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NEWS 0 WEIGELEORINGCOIIN'ETES.
At an 4:lectiOn for officers held 4n Saturday,
May 18th, 43y,Ithe tot - holders ofilMt. Olivet
Cemetery, * Ha4over, the followie gentlemen
were - elected to serv'e for the ens :ng year :
President-' 4 ,-HeniST ";.C. Shriver. = • •
drecrstary—L. F. Meleheimer.
Managers--Henty C. Shriver, Edgar Sla
gje, • Edward A. Etzler, John R. Stine, Wm.
J. Young, Henry Winebrenner, David Wertz,
David M. Myers and L. F. Melsheimer.
The Hanover Spectator says the sight of
the wheat and rye fields in that section does
one's heart good. As far as the eye can reach
the fields of wavinggreen stretch away until
lost in the distance, rich with the promise of
an abundant yield. The wheat never looked
stronger or better than it does this season,
and the same may be said :is regards the rye.
The farmers are jubilant over the prospect of
once more harvesting an old-fashioned crop. •
At an election for officers held on Friday,
the 17th inst., by the members of the Hano
ver Horse Thief Detecting Society, the
lowing gentlemen were duly elected to fill the
respective offices :
Secretary . —Wm.'J. 'Young.
Treasurer—Henry C. Schriver.
Managers—Jacob 3f. Bricker, 3 years ;
Isaac Loucks. 3 years; 'Charles F. Eichelber
ger, 3 years ; Amos Lefevre, 3 years ; Oliver
Warebeim, 2 veers.
Auditors— . -Peter Flfekinger. 1 year; Rufus
Eichelberger, 1, year ; Abner: W. Forney, 1
year. , • '
Last Saturday while Geo. W 4 Kuhns, of
York, was traveling in a buggY iu llelfam
township, along thelroad leading to Glatz's
Ferry, John Wolf, tvho resides in that tow
ship, asked to riLlx in the buggy, and his
prayer was granted:-; After proceeding a short
distance, Wolf attoulipted to search Kuhns,
when a scuffle existed, and three other per
sons suddenly assisting the tbrmer. the latter
tied. On the
: return of Kuhns with assist
ance, the rot Ors had disappeared, but his
horse, vehicle and coat were left near the
scene of the outrage. The coat contained a
pocket-book *ith a little money, and this was
A, gang of horse-thieves have been operatim
on a large scale in York county. Last Wed
nesday night a bay mare owned by Mr. Be
shore, Sen., near Liverpool, was stolen fron
his stable. lle valued the animal at ;l:;20o.__
The same night one of Samuel Shelly s'horses
at Emigsville, was stolen from his stable.—
His horse was branded "U. S."
A mare belonging to Mr. eopPenhaffer.
near Liverpool, hail lice': taken out of the
stable the same 'night, but when it was dis-
covered that she had foaled only a day or two
previously, the snimal was left run on the
A few weeks Since some thief made off with
one of George Beari horses. of tim same
The York Poing!,lranian says that a pi
with two tails. eight legs, and an unusual]
large head, n•,as found in the stable of ails.
Rauhauser, atLockport, York county.
A new German Reformed congregation has
been organized in York, taking about sixty
families from] the old church. The T cror
inocivt says "the principal cause for the
division is the difference of opinion in regard
to the ritual."
The Triennial. Synod of the Moravian
Church met on Wednesilay morning at 11
o'clock, in ° the Church id Litiz, and was
opened by the venerable Bishop Jacobson, of
Bethlehem, Pa. A permanent organization
was effected by the election of Right . Reve
rend David Bigler, as. President. and Rev.
Wm. 11. Rice, of New Haven, Conn„ at
Secretary of the Synod. Favorable and- en
couraging reports relative to the success at
tegding the various ,operatiams of the-past
year were -read by Rlv. F. F. Heagan, Secre
tory, and Rev. Sylvester Wolle, Treasurer of
the Provincial Board of Control, and Rev. E.
de Schweinitz, editor of Thv'Moravian.
The Lancaster Expreas says that on Satur
day afternoon last, a German shoemaker re
siding iu North Prince street, in that city.
made a desperate attempt to terminate his
earthly career by ihiowing himself in front of
a railroad train. A freight train was approach
ing from the West, and when at the junction
of Prince street anal the Railroad, the mail
deliberately walked to the middle of the
track, and in a m'omeut. would have bet n
to death bit for the fact that his
movements were observed by some of the
neighbors who dragged him front his perilous
position. He struggled to get loose and finally
succeeded, when he made, anotiwr rush for
the train and attempted to throw himself un-.
ger the wheels, but was struck by a bumper.
knocked down and stunned. It appears thy
Man was under the influence of liquor at the
time, and would give no further explanation
Of his conduct than,-that he was tired of litk:
and wanted to die.
The Waynesboro /,'..owd says that much
of the fruit in that region, such as cherries,
pears, peacheA, etc.; have been very much
damaged by the late frosts and heavy rains.
The prospect for an apple crop is ood, how
The same paper says that the earlier wheat
Is already beginning to head. An aged farm
er remarkqd the other day that he had not wit
nessed in, the last forty years better prospects
felr a good wheat harvest.
A-painful "accident occurred at the Machine
Shop of Messrs. Geiser. Pric?? Co., in
Waynesboro', on the Illst h . young
man named Bowman, was engaged a•cworlt at
or ncair the spoke machine ; when it ht'oke,
pies t of casting striking him in the flee and
wounding him vary severely, but nbt fatally.
the, grain crops throughout the County
promise well: * .Many of the farmers are al
ready engaging hands td harvest it, anticipti
, ' •g a very heavy yield.
hief of Police, Barney Campbell, of Har
. sburg, passed through Chambersburg one
day last week, having:in custody a man named
John Duncan, charge lith robbing Samuel
Wiggins, of Scranton, Pa., of one hundred
, diglars in National -bills. Duncan was ar
rested in 'Waynesboro'.
RouEirr E. CROOKS, formerly Editor of the
"Pilot," at Gultneastle, died on the Midi inst.
in Venango county, aged 27 years. lie ser-
Ired his country faithfully and creditably du
ring the whole war of tlie
Within the past Itn days quite a number of
Pennsylvanians, hailing from Lancaster, 31if-
Huntingdoil Centre col:Julies, hare
been passing through Etagerstoiin rn route for
the Valley'of Virginia. They come in groups
generally of fioth four to .eight,land travel by
stage or in private conveyance to the Valley.
These men are seeking 'investment in real
The Frederick Examiner says that the
Directors of the Farmers and Mechanics Bank
of that City, last weeX declared a Dividend of
eight per cent. for the six months. ending the
.18ths inst., and having declared a similar divi
dend for the previous -six months; it makes
sixteen per cent: for the year.
- • Pulazi[
There will be - a Methodist cadtikMeetl ll : l !
commencingAng. 30, on the Ridge ice, two
miles sot* of Bloody Rue.
The Oil mltnia in Fulton still continues.
Boring is gding on; at the Oil Wells in,,Vethel
lownabip,i and at WarfordAurg—the opera
totireellevangulne of success.
The ltd}inhAitcfn says that considerable
excitement and prosiAmting is going on in
Belfast towr )p, over alOgetlillerevories of
iillywr sad gout
ON Wednesday evading bat, at the Mount
Holly Paper CoMpany's mill, a most serious
accident occurred. PARKER, the foreman
of the mill-was adjusting a band on one of the
large rolls, when hi's arni was caught between
the band and the cylinder and his body car
ried round the shaft for several minutes at the
rate of sixty revolutions per minute. When
assistan'be arrived and Mr. PAVIKsa had been
extricated,he had become quite insensible ;
his arm was terribly crushed, the }gone having
.in five places. 'The injured
man is about sixty years of age, and the shock
to his system has been so great that he is in a
very critical -condition.
0$ Sunday night last a very fine horse be
longing to Prof. EGE, of Mechanicsburg, was
stolein from the Professor's stable., On Mon
. y evening the thief and horse were captured
at Landishurg. I N.
A d,abid Dog was killed a few days ago near
Bloserville, in Cumberland county. Reports
say that there were several' killed !recently in
J. M. Weakley, F.sq., has been appointed
Commissioner in Bankruptcy, for the Isth
A little child very narrowly escaped a terri
ble and perhaps flaill fall, on Thursday, in
Harrisburg. The little one was leaning out
of a second story window, when it by some
means lost its balance, and fell out head fore
most. Fortunately its arm struck and knocked
the prop from under the raised window, and
the window fell upon the child's ankles and
heldit till help arrived.
On Sunday a Buckeye poult7 dealer having
in charge a car containing nearly three thous-
and chickens, passed through Harrisbarg.
The chickens had been purchased in Ohio
and wcrc•cn rout(' fur the New York market
Altilitb) of tlzt Aaricts.
GETTYSBURG GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET.
G.ltyshurg. Wednesday Morning.
F1,.0r.._512 00, 13 23 ; Apples:',...so 00(1.0 00
Extra 13 500 11 00 1'48[04 6552,,
Rye ..... 00, SOO Butter-44.
Whit.. Wheat, 2 50N, 9 60 , Lard
rd Wheat 2 600 . . 2 80 Eggs
30 •• H§ou liters
Bu. km I •• It, ... • s s 0 Pox).
timt,tto 50 Chem.,.
Clover b 00 A pplpfi
FI.LX real2s Bl:wk6erriun
I.,tris,. 17 SU soap.
ll~p; t 16 1.:1• 1 , - J15 OO Ta 11".,.
BALTIMORE PRODUCE MARKET
HAITIMORE, Monday Morning.
Ft.uun cont4nues languid and pricas are
an tin loWer. All high grades of Flour aye
~ e ntA lower. And the market generall
s inuda depres-ied. We hear only: of mina
ales within the range of ,1 uotation4, whit
we revise as follows: Howard Street Super!
and Cut Extra ;•310.561 :7311.75 ; Standard Ex
ra e3172.50(a..;731:3.50; 1.141 rade ;
..:15.50Kry. 7 31i1.50. Rye Flour at
Corn cal:"..).00(a 85.70.
11A IN.— Wheat.—Receipts :',511 bushels
white and 200 bushels red. The market is
very weak and drooping, pind prices have a
very decided downward tendency: We note
- sales to-day as follows: 46 bushels choice
Maryland red at 310 cents ; 315 bushels
medium do. at 355 cents ; 250 bushels
Vir , ..tida Valley red at 275 cents, and 300
bush6ls Frederick county Maryland red at
- .!52 cents. The latter was a mixed
4,:0rn.-IZeceipts 42,933 bushels white and 16,-
727 bushels yellow. White sold at 11001.113
cents. Yellow at 107(1..113. Oats are 3 to 4
cents lower ; receipts 6 230 bushels ; sales
100 bushels at SO cents, and 1,200 at 77 cents,
PTl , YisioN.S.—The market is very inactive
but prices are not quotably lower. holders
are generally Min, stocks being much ye
•duced. We cote 'sales to-day of a do bids.
Hump Pork at ,$15.50, and 10 lib's. clear Mess
; Mess is scarce and is held atj5:!:3.754
i-1. Bulk Meats are held at 9 cents Mr
Shoulders; 10“' ,- .11 cents for Sides; Bacon
10(4.10.} cents for Shoulders ; 12(9 ) 124 cent
Mr rib Sides, and .12( 121 cents for Clear rib;
Hams 16 ,, ,(51 17 cents for sugar cured can
vassed, and 15i(6,1ti cents for uncaiivassed.
Iritd 'early et 1.4i41312 cents for Wetnern:
FINANCE AND TRADE
The transactions at the Baltimore Stock
Board to-day were very small. In Giqd 00
$5,000 ('hanged haartls at 137.
For Government securities there was very
little d emand. 5 20,4 of 'll4 sold at luoe, and
consols at his}. Itailroad stocks wore dull,
and the rniscellaoous list was entirely ne
BowEas—BossEamAN.—t in the 3d inst.; by
Hey. M. Bushman, Mr. Amos F. Isiowers
Miss Catharine itasserman, both of this co.
IlimmameND—UntsuonFv.— On the 22nd
ult., by Rev. M. J. Allen - lan, Mr. Thaddeus
M. Hildebrand to Miss Mary C. Orndortf,
both of this'county.
I...soEn—SElLEn.—On the -16;11 ult., by
Rev. Jacob Scalier, Mr. Andrew Unger t.
Ml* , Eliza Seiler, of Hanover. .
;:rii, - ()l,itilary notices 3 cents a line for all
over 4 lines—cash to accompany notice.
Cuis4ELL.—Un Thursday last, in Strabad
wuship, Mr. Jacob Criswell, aged 42 years
month and 19 days.
at the Ist inst., Mr. Daniel Fid
ler, of Straban township, agad 56 years 1
month and 13 (lays.
SwEElfEr--AC Jacksonville, 1 . 11.,-on the
27th tot, Mr. James Sweeney, son of Mr.
David Sweeney, of this place, in the 3-Ith
year of his age.
WARNEIL—Near nerlderSaie, on the 25th
ult., Mr. John Warner, in the 56th year of
lIELMBOLD' S. FLUID EXTRACT
Is a certain Sure tot diseases of the
BLADDER. KIDNEYS, ORAREL, DROPSY. ORGANIC
WEAKNESS, FEMALE CIICIMPLAINTS, GENERAL
and all di:willies of the
whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE,
real whatever cau,e originating and no matter of
110 W LONG STANDING
D ke.:ses of these organs reqdlie the gee of a diuretic.
If 11., treatment is submitted to, Consumption or In
enuity engine. Our Flesh and Blood are supported
fitap th, 801Irceg. and the
lIXALTII AND HAPPINESS,
that of P4.kerfty. depends upon prompt use of a relialle
REENDOLD'S EXTRACT RUCHE,
EestablishedupWalds of 1:i years, prepared.by
R. T. HEl.MBOLD,bruggist,
064 , 11 roadway, New 'Rork, and
104 south 10th et., Philadelphia, Pa.
KNOW THY DENINY.
MAl:lilts:E. F. THORNTON, the great Xingfish Astro
Clairreiant and Psychometrician, whobaB astonish. d the
scient int classes of the Old World has now located h cr
eel( at Hudson, V. Y: Madame Thornton possesies each
wonderful powers of second eight, as to enable tier to Im
part knowledge of the greatest importance to the single
or married of either sex. While in a state of trance, she
dellntates the very features of the persan you are to
marry, and by the aid of an instrument of intense poa er,
known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees to produce a
life-like picture of the future husband or wife of the ap
plicant, together with. date of marriage, position in life
leading traits of charactergstc. This !Ono humbug, as
thousands of toetimonials canaesert. She will send when
dealted a certified cagLificate, or writtet guarantee, that
the picture is whit:Pit purports to be. By enclosing a
smalttoik of hair, and stating place of birth, age, disposi
tion and complexion, and enclosing fifty cents and stamp- .
ed envelope addressed to yourself, you i will receive the
picture and desired information by ratan 1. All
communications sacredly confidential. Addr in con-.
fidence, Manama N. F. THORNTON, P.O. Box.= udson,
New York. [Feb-.28,
A YOUNG LADY
returning to her country home, after a sojourn of a few
months in the City, was hardly recognized by her friends.
In place of a course, rustic, flushed face,- she
. 04 a sof
ruby complexion ofalmost. marble smoothness, ,and in
stead of twenty-three she really appeared but eighteen.
Upon inquiry as to the cause of so great a change,abe
plainly told them that she used the CIRCASSIAN BALM
and considered it hit - invaluable acquisition toany Lady's
toilet. By its Useany lady or Gentlethan can Improve
their personal appearanbe an hundred fold. It is simple
in Recombination as Nature herself is simple, yet cl
-1 surpassed in its edam) in drawing impurities from, also
\healing, cleansing and beautifying the ekinand Complex
ion. By itadirect actioion the cuticle it draws trom it
I its Impurities, kindly hearmgcthe same, and leaving.
e surface as Nature intended, it shou f l , d_ho, clear, snit
smoo th mol.besatifht. Price la p sent b Manor spress,
Oft reutptgts¢ order by
W. L. Mink k C.o.*Cheiniatt l
X o 3 West Payette Strest,llyrecusel N. Y.
lumpily American Agents for the sale of the
' , MLR NS ROES UNPLEASANT AND IINSA RE
DEDV _unpleasant and dangereeem t r,
Helm d's Eitract Bache and Improved Rae
Feb. , 4.881.-11
A Clear Smooth Skin and Beautiful
XX Con plaxico 'fallow, the use of HebnbOPS OW.ft.
trawl Sitr forkilpirint.
it no " , moomporis, phoplet end sll eroOlogi Yf
the rk;l. '
This medicine, invented by' Dr. .J. ScnES ye. Of PLI:A
de/Phia, is intended to dissolve the food obit make it into
chyme. the first process of digestion. by cleiining the
stomach with Sc bench's Ma tilt rake Pills, the Tonic ,riltn
restoreelbe appetite, and fend that could net he eaten bye
fare 'lcing it will lie easily .digested.
Consumption cannot be cured by sel,,ibcki s
Syrup unlios the stomach and liver is made berth by and
the appetite restored, hence the Topic and Pills are re
quired in!Awl) , every case of ciinitimption. A halfdozen
bottles of tit e SEAWEED TONIC and three rir fiur boxes
of the MA XIALAK.k: PILLS will cure any ordinary cafe
Dr. Schenck makes professi•mal visit, in New. Turk,
and at his principal Office in Phi
week. See daily tapers of each place, or I i, pamphlet,
ou c,ninnipt ion Fir hie days for visit:L[l,4i.
Pleage observe. when purchasing, that the two like
nesse, of the Doctor, nno when iu the last -tags of r,,n
niption. and the other as be r.ow in. in er1... , t healtu
are ~n the Government stamp.
Sold by Druggist. and Dealers. price ;1.!•,,, por
27.59 the Lalrdozen. All letter. f.,r ninere ttlt••1 is
he addre..ed to Dr. llicherick's Principal
North 6th street. Philadelphia. Pa.
tielt.. lal IVllt,leaa le Agent.: Dern.i. ne. N. V.
Md.: John D. Parke. Clarinet
Woo.; Walker k Taylor, Chwago, ft,... t't
Loul,.' Mu. iOct.lh, 1166.-xetnly.
lIELMTIOLD'S EXTRACT lICCIIU end I..WPROVEI, Rose
IYasticuresseeret end delicate ili , ordersinall their linger,
at little expense, little or no change in diet. no inconerro
enceanil no exposure. It In plea•otnt in tact. and odor
Immediate in ita action. and free from all injurious pro
p-rties. t Feb. 24 I y
.ERA,SI 1 'E
ti A v ct a n nT n i , : r, ra l n PURE;MAi
the STANDARD OF EXCEL
LENCE. For gala by - all Grocers.
lIELMBOLD'F. CONCENTRATED EXTRACT BECIIE
Is the Great Diuretic.
A. 113 ~ )N, L NTRAIEI, EXTRA , : SU, tylrrt:,
Is the t;reatßlo ,,, l.Puryier:
Id.th are prepared according tt, rude. ut l'harnedt nn-0
Chenliatry, and are the 1116 it art t hat ran de made
A hoy of about 15 to years r,f age, of
good habits. fair intelligence, who desires-to
Learn die Printing business, ;an grt a placc
by applying-at once at this °Moe.
THE books of BIDDiE STRICK
norm hncp heenplacedin my hands flo collection.
All claims not settled by the first of July next. will Im
mediately thereafter hes tosed by suit.
June 5, 1867.—Zit
A. J. COVER.
HA Ts OAPs:, FURS.
S. S. Mc - CREARY
Has just opened a new assortment of II A T S aid
CAPS. of the latest style and Ilighion, which he is pre
pared to sell at reduced prices and lower than the same
goods can be had in the city. Call nitd
stock, at his UN establishment on Chamherslitirg street,
opposite Buehler's Drug Store.
Gettysburg, June 5.1867.-1 y
FRAMES OF EVERY KIND,
for Large Pictured, Marriage Certificate*, Church
Certificates, Missionary Certificated, kc.. very cheap at
S. G. SHEAF PEWS
Nem Gallery, Hanover. Pa.
June 5, ISC7.-11•
T. 13 AR\ ' S tPatenti
ELASTIC STRAP AND BUCKLE
PANTS, VESTS and DRAWERS
This little invention is just oat. and as it is no "hum
bug" is meeting with a rapid sale. It can be applied in
a moment to any garment, by any person, cawing it to
Its elasticity prevents tearing the straps and hulkles
off the clothes, and also allows perfect fret - Audi of the
body while working or taking exercise.
For sate by tailors and the trade generally. Send 25 eta.
for strap, circulars, tarma to agents and the trade, to the
BARNUM E. 8. & Si CO.
6LO Broadway, New York.
Agents Wanted in every county
June fi, 1867.-17
FARM AT PRIVATE SALE
I offer for sale my 'PARS! situated 'in Straban town
ship, two miles east of Gettyeburg. on the turnpike read
ing to York, and known on the old Troetle Farm. It
contains 151 ACRES of good land, and is in a high state
of cultivation. It has been thoroughly limed, and is in
good repair. The fences are mostlY of good locust posts
and chestnut rails. There are about 20 ACRES In good
Meadow, lying in three separate parts. There are also
about 35 scree of thriving timler .and good spyings of
Water in every fled except one. There is a dew two
story BRICK HOUSE, and a Bank Barn over 100 feet
long newly covered. There lean excellent Spring near
the Rouse; also a good well o‘dr ater near the Barn.—
About 6 Acres are covered WlClPMExcellent grafted Fruit
—Apples and peaches.
.h?-Any person wishing to purchases good Rome will
do well to view this sung little Farm before purchasing
elsewhere. .1108$PH TROSTL.E.
June 5, 1867.—tf
FARM AT PRIVATE SALE
I offer at private sale 'tray residence In Tyrone town
ship. one mile west of liebikenborg, oa the Menallen
road, 100 ACRES OF GOOD LAND. on which-are a tan
nery Log House, weather.bbarded, and plastered Stone
Kitchen, and Bank Barn, There is a good well of Water
near the /louse; also two streams of never-failing water
running through the farm. About 20 Acres are of young
thriving TIMBER, with a never-failing Spring of, run
ning water thereon. There are ab00t,25 Acres of gOod
Meadow Land; also a gOod Lime Kiln on the farm, and
,a good ORCHARD OF FRUIT. The. Farm has been
limed threetimes within fifteen years. It lain a high
state of cultivation, sod is sarroanded with Mills and
Marches. There is a good School•house on the farm.
1121—Aoy person wishing to see this Farm," or that on
. the York tumplke„orill find me at home at all tithes.
June 5. 18131.—tf JOSEPH TROSTLE.
U. INTERNA4. REVENUE'
• TAXES.-Notlce Is hereby iiiYOU that Appeals
will be received relative to any arrogates,' or Onceiwire
valuations or aniessments returnel Wilda °Ora in. the
annual list of Iriternal Rectum. Ticteiribilllff, on Saha ,
day, the IWh day of June • inst., it tier nem or.T. A.
Neely, in Gettysburg, for persons residing in Adams
The piste and asteuments will be open to the *spec,
Lion and elimination of all parties bilktmkitti4. from 10
o'clock, A. bi.„ until 4 dolor-14P. M, otriddl,clay, •
AllayPallbi are required to la * yfritft, NO, intuit
specify the particular mule; nigger or UN* respecting
Mach h . deaden is requestai,ll6l atil• Puiscotinileor
of liner complained of.
TAttl.Nicrin, Taus 5,1657.- 4118"Nr 1
2I 411111.4 .
WISTAR'Sll : ll.gi t il I WILD
This remedy has loag been Cherished by the community
for its remarkable efficacy in relieving, bealing_aftd cur
ing the mosiobstinate, painful and . long-standing cases
of Cough, Cold, Influenza, ,Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
If"harping Cintgh, Croup, Atthnia, inflcimmation of the
Lungs; while even Consumption Itself has yielded to its
magic influence when all other means have failed. Its
whole'history proves that the past has produced no re
medy o l f equal value, as a care i for the numerous mad
dangerous pulmonary affections which 'prevail all over
From Asinw Anna, EML, of Fairfield, Me
..About eight years since my son, Henry A; Archer,
now Postmaster at Fairfield, tiomerset Comity, Ile., was
attacked with spitting of blood, cough, weakness ul
Lunge, and general debility, so much so that our fami
ly physician declared him to have a "SLaTeD COrtSUMP-
Tiox." He was under medical treatment fur a number
of months, but received no benefit from it. At length,
from the solicitation of bimselfand others,l was induced
to purchase one bottle of WISTAR'd BALSAM OF WILD
CHERRy, which benefitted him so much I obtained an
other bottle, which in a short time restored• him to his
usual state of health. 1 think I cad safely' recommend
this remedy to others in like Condition, for it is, I thini%
all it purports to be--rut CHEAT DING BOUCOT YOH
Thin I The above statement, gentletnenils my voluntary
offering to you in favor of your Balsam. and is at your
Prepared by SETH W. FOWLE & SON, Di Tremont et.,
Boston, and for sale by Druggists generally.
June 5,1861.—1 m
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE
ANZIIIIIIBT, 3.lAss., 0ct.13. 1867
Air. Grace—Dear Sir:—Having been afflicted grievous
ly for several weeks with a severe abscess upon my side.
I used several remedies for its eradication w ithout re
ceivin any relief, until I applied your salve, which ef
fected a Fpedy and pi•rmanent cure. I therefore feel
happy to certify my confidence'iti its virtues.
I certify to the truthUness of the above statement
• 11. S. DCAP.BORN,
Strii W. FOWLS k SON, Boston, Proprietors.
*old by all Druggists, at 23 cts. a box. By notien cis
The advertiser, having been restored to health in a few
weeks by a very simple remedy, atter having suffered
fur several years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease Consumption—is anxious to make known
to his fellow4mfferern the means of cure.
To all who desire he will send a copy of the pre
scription used (free of charge). with the directions far
preparingand using the mune, which they will find a
sung crag for CONISCMPTION, AsTUNA, Raoxctttrts , Cu 1.4111
Cocotte, and all Throat and Lung A ffect lode, Ihe only
object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription is to
benidit the afflicted, and spread information which he
conceives to be inLalnable, and he hopes every sufferer
will try remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and
may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription,
cats, by return mail, will please adds Leis
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg. Kings C. 5., New York.
J rt . r. : , 1 Su:
T'. T. 141 - mum's (patent; .I::.tavic STRkI . AXD Duckt.s
for Prints, Vests and Drawers is a little luvention which
will commend itself to every gentleman %vim
good tilting clothes without feeling reit , ained in his
movements. and to persons who tear the straps and buck
les from their garments it will be worth double the cost.
These attape are very qurable, neat, and eta variety of
styles. colitis and prices, to allit nil. An agency for the
sale of them here would he very profitable. See
SCHENCK'S SEAWEED TUNIC
oLGATi: COLGATE S; Co'S
WM. C. STALLSMIT
CARPENTER tir, CONTRACTOR,
Keeps constantly on band and manntactqraa to cords
DOORS, SHUTTERS, BLINDS, SASH, DOOR AND
WINDOW 'FRAMES, CORN/CS , DOOR AND
And any other Article in the Building Line
Seasoned material constantly on band, experienced workr
men always in readlnow, and work exeented with
Orders promptly attended to
June 5, 1867.—tf
AT PRIVATE SALE
The subscriber, interrding to leave' Oettyebnrg, offer 4
at Private Sale, the HOUSE in which he now resides, in
Baltimore street. It' has been thoroughly repaired;
painted and papered; is furnished with an abundance of
soft water, and with gas. The property has a front of
Seventyeight feet on Baltimore st., has a spachms.yard.;
with a number of choice Fruit Trees In it. and a large
Barn in the rear of It. Possessiot, given August 15th,
1867. F. A. 511.1HLENBERG, Tr.
June 5, 1867.-tf
DR. R. lIORNER'S
DRUGS, STATIONERY AND NOTIONS,
ilk own preparatillllll are all guarantied to aninirer the
Dr. It. ll.rner's A nti.Cholera and Diarrbom mix
Dire. for all diseases of the stomach
and Lawel s.
Fragrant , !yrrh, for preserving and Ileantify
ing the tee: h, and fo• all diseases of the
11k Ton IC and A I terit ire P6wderoi, fur Iluraee and
Cnt tle, are Elper kyr 1. any in the market.
$ fur wrJital use. Pre,riptiOlls
Medi, al itdrict without charge
A GENERAL STATEMENT of the
2 4- Bounty Arroyo of UNION TOWNSIIIP...Adarue
rvuuty, Pu., made the lytl, day of April, ISC.7.
Year ISC,.;.—SAMUEL KEW:Br, Trearurrr.
T. T. rrr•;ved
By Berma. SI tmrb matooitiltt..
•• Chart, S l .au g ler's ••
Lewi. Man Ar's
Anditor'i. reee and .tatiouary
•• Not, and itlterefgt
Balance iit lixii,l,,fTrert,nrer
T, balance Hs Laud, of Treasurer S , '. 43
Tax receiNo4 fik,ns Jahn HPller,bergnr, Collector.. 100 00
Thu received trim ilarlll , lll St ri n• r011ect.r........ 000 00
'• '2.50 00
•• •• ..
.- 100 tlo
and intereet Paid E. , 31.atiu Gr0ve......... P 21.5 41
Jootylt L. Shorb,.... 1,304 00
Paid Lewi.Malm. •!.1013 00
Notes and in ter. st paid to Geo. lbuteboar 380 00
'. Harman Strine 530 00
Money paid to Jacob Basel:war 5 0$
Auditors' fees 3 00
Money paid BeaJaralud•'orry 310 99
. John Spangler 10 60
Treaenrer'e fees 37 99
Trxr 1 , -
To ',Alai., frAn former Trear.firer
Tax a.re,3ed for 1S0;
Note Anil int..r.,t to T. J .)IcCl,,in $3lB 00
Einich Lefever, Commit tee 6 60
Jar it., M Bollinger, .' 3 00
Samuel I'. Sign ng, •• 360
John Kerennerger, Cnilect, . '.l 16
Eri i n er a ti ii iis............... I.'. 40
Auilitoro'rees 3 00
Clerks' foil. 00
(7,4 lectors' Nis. Sane: el Hecker S OS
Treavarer's feem 2 'A
Corn mitt fees . .
Bainn.^. in of Trea.nrer
the undersigned, Auditors of Union township.
harinc audited the Bounty Accounts of the shone nAmed
Treasurer' do certify that they ere correct to the beet
°rout huow ledge and belief. Witnees our hands the
19th day of April,ll"U7.
]NEW SADDLER SHOP.
ON.,".`, l :,e,„"oin" . b"„nnadl,"„ini . QSetrt"o ote'r"ratukrign;l l s . a„TCon
FLY NETS, &c.
as low as the lowest.
May 29,1867.-If. J. X. ROWE.
C ARRIAGE -MAKING RESUMED.
The war being over, the undersigned have returned the
at theirtild stand, In Kant Middle street, Geltystiurg,
where they are again prepared to put up work In the
most fashionable, substantial, and superior manner. A
let of new and second-hand
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, AC,
on hand, which they will dispose of at the lowest prices;
and all orders will be supplied as promptly and satisfac
torily as possible.
done with dispatch, and at cheapest rates.
A large lot of new and.old HARNESS n hand for sale.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore enjoyed
them, they solicit and will endeavor to deserve a large
share in the future,
May 29.-4 f
NEW ,F I R•AI I
AT THE OLD STAND.
[EVABLISHED IN 1817.]
I ha associated with me,in business, my eon, JOHN F.
-a. 11l ava.r, under the firm and sty le of D. MoCtzaar
& 8 , and I desire to any to my old friends and the pub
g uerally that. inure the war, the manufacture of
Biddies, liar ness,Collars, kc., has been revived at the old
established and well known stand on Baltimore Street;
one square south of the Court ilouse,Gettysburg, pa,
Having had an experience of 40 years in this establith
ment, I feelassured. that, with renewed attention td bus
itleallywe can still further merit and-teceive a fa li share
of public patronage
With increased facilities for conducting our bushiest!,
we are better prepared than aver to satisfy the wants of
all those who may need anythingth oar line'. espie•
dally call.the attention - of Farmers and others to tie
superior quality of
Plain or, Quilted Siust HorialdelLeathere.
;limes, all kinds , with 'or
Plain or Quilted Seat no , without Ilteteolugs, •
Plain. or Quilted Seat SideSOßtcb Oellersaelether), I , '
Saddles, " ttittiring),
PlalnorFancySaddleClothe No Seam Colin*
Weacia Saddles, -Seat Welt Ilartneetziokare,
Rid lug Bridles, o‘all Ittude,P,ret • ue,jite4bey Adler;
Zitr Sr ,Witek, rounded or ', tohdd titietteNette
flat, Beet Leather ;Wagon WMpii )
tg i, t rrisi rtli g tgalee, .404 ,1 04 and bAluttiong,, •
silver orllack 'mounted, ,TretQasWhip,
nervy Draft Beruees„ t Suetiolenediattl!wige,
Blind Brldlek , • , Wlelpistettes,„ • •
la.hart, averythiztWx.ertsfasto a errtetata gnaw
hone fairolahing ment cooralonftpon hoopt
miohNioo ardor prozikriliT: ft! the 17 1 er Degripa
bythfe. Solt orethrfehtictorotlorofthi the toil • '
havinorhiktilla tirliiiihibliMotoittiox'thifl • • •
tire now manofOniiikilin le-416e-416
Drottlitlit aortal; MOinfirAhodi, who pan• W ill
title=lllolloolllVt - . 0)
I turn*. • ir k, _ ---74b3ta
All • o rtitlltedto
WINDOW BRACKETS. •
REBERT, Tr., surer
!011 N BA C 111.117. Trea.urer
DANNER & ZIEGLER
gooks, grugg, Zffitdicineo, kr.
Drugs and Medicines.
underaigned havingitaken charge of Skis
old sad popular Stbre, takes pleasure in in—
fanning the public that he is constantly receiving fresh
supplies of all kinds of VlttiGii AND MIDICINES, from
the most reliable houses, and is prepareed to accommo-
date his customers with any article In his line
NEESE fIVOS AND MEDICINES,
ofevery description, al) the popular PATENT MEDI
CINSId of the illsy,withia toll supply ot chemicals. Per
turnery, Paints - Dye Stuffs, Varnishes, Fluids, Tarpon
tine, Nair Oils, ' Extracts, Soaps,. Braehei, together with
a great variety of Fancy articles—in short, everything
lousily found in a first class Drug Btore—constantly on
4FirPhysicians supplied at reasonable rates, and pre
scriptions carefully compounded and prepared at all
hours of the day and night—Sunday not excepted. •Be
ing determined to sell cheap, he would ask a liberal share
of ',Wylie patronage. Give nes call and nee for your
selves. JOHN 9 FORNEY.
Aug. 9, 1866.
• A. D. BUEHLER
THPLOGICAL, CLASSICAL AND MISCELLANROUS
STA TIOSER Y,
PERFUMERY OF ALL KINDS,
Chawthereburg street, ncar Dictinopd.
MAy Z, 1667.-ly
lital . (tatt Salts
The uudersignud having quit housekeeping, will s' I
her FARM at private sale, situated in Mountjuy town-
Ld, A me county, near the road leading from the Two
Tavern o Taneytown, about two miles on the former
place, containing about
_155 ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
The improvethents itiea one and hal /story House and Log
Hare, with Wagon Shed and Corn Crib, Hog House, Car
tinge House. Spring House, and other necesoary outbuild
ings and a never taiiing Spring of Water near the- door,
and all kinds of Fruit on the farm. The land is in a good
state of culti sufficient with sucieut quantity of Wood Land
and Meadow. The lances are in raxid condition, with A
great many bestaur Sidle. The property is convenient
to School, Church, Market and Lime.
4,i-Persons wishing to view the property are request
ed to cell an Mr. iiVilir MUMMEII7' living on the farm.
May 29, Isit7.-:tte CATUARINE STONAIt.
ItS...Vork True Democrat insert to amount dl $3 . and
charge this oni,e.
T IMBER LAND
AT 3 17.8L1C SALE
The subwril.er., Exacubila of the Lat will ano tefta
:mint of Joh u Dull, deceame4. will alter at Public Sale, on
Saturday, the 15t/1 day or Jun , next, on the prealites, a
PRIME TIMBER LAND,
s iik ,., -3
situate in MenaHen township, Adame county, about no
mile north of Bereleresille,iin the road leading from that
place to Holly l'afem Mill, adjoining lands of Ja-ob He
bert. Isaac Wright, William McCreary, and others, con-
3 - 89 30
ABOUT iN ACRES,
'laid MT in lot. of from .5 to 9 ACRES, and roverl4l with
dllred•rate White, Black and Rock Oak. and Ilickory
• The lots, with hot two erceptions, adjoin the public
road and all . are of say seers, Persons wishing to view
the land are TNT:esti/4 to call on David Dull, residing
ak•Sale to at 'I o'clock. A. L., on said day,
when attendance will be 4.: en arid terms Inade tialorri by
. 1 E St: LULL,
.1114 y 29, 19;7 3t
FARMS FUR SALE
I will sell the Farms
No. 1. Lying on the Ilarrisburg
rad Gettysburg road boiwc4o York Springs and if eidfterr•
burg. containing 12l ACRES, with improvements, now
occupied by James Miller. Price 525 per acre. '
No. 2. Lying on the Carlisle and
Nev Oxford row!, between Heidlersburg and New ho.-
ter, containing 145 ACRES, with good improvements,
Sow occupied by George J. Shank. Price ssi; per acre.
Term': One half to be paid on the delivery of the
fiord: the Waage to suit the purchaser, either in cash
Or,in first .'slgment Bonds of sot less than $2OO for No.l,
*nd $4OO for Yo. 2. to DJ paid annually with interest.
iris-These farms ars patented, lie handsomely and have'
beim limed: W. P. BONNER.
May Ir, 1667.-tf
~ 017 4
THE undersigned will sell at Private
AL Sale 3 Book Ca.4e.., 1 Marble top 'Dressing Elarean s
Bedstead, 2 Tables. 2 Rocking Chairs. I Cook Store and
Hi tur,s, and meters] other articles f r hon.ekeeping—
tnl In good order. J. K. WARNER.
May 29. 1867.-tf
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GROVESTEEN & CO.'S
O.4NUFACTO.R-Y, 499 BROADWAY,
HE attention at :the Public and the
trade is Invited to our Nsw&l.t.s 7 OCTAVE 80814
WOOD PIANO FORTES, which for volume and purity of
tour are unrivalled, *say-hitherto onered in this
market. They weigh' 411 the modern improyemente,
French grand Upton, Pao Pedal t lon Frame, Over
;irking Ham, att.; and eaditastrument being made tinder
the personel savershdon et IL flaw/sauna, who
line had a practkalexperience of over 35 years In their
of 'aientifectnrerietplipwarranted in emery fartionhir.
p i a "9rolstitsift Piano Fortes" ren?bret, the award
AT PRIVATE SALE
YE s s
JOILN W. FORNEY,
Editor and Proprietor,
t no 4 foundry.
maigubicriber would Inform his caatomm andotbors
that ha still manufacturing various kinds of Cos.
tiny acid Icacbineit, made to order, on short notice, such
THRESHERS AND POWERS,
(See differ-WA sizes of Powers,) Clovereeel Hullers and
Cleaners, COO Sheller, and Separators, Corutodder Cue.
ten, Straw and Hay Cutters, Ploughs, such as Cam's
Ploughs, Barshear Ploughs, Side-hill and ' Corn Plonglor;
• WIRE•SPRING KOREY RAKE,
the latest. improvement; also Mobil Screws for Cider
Presses, Iron Rpiiing to Cemeteries or. Porches, with
everything else n hh line , all It low prices.
FOR BALI—A light Twahorse Viagon, a. On•-horse
Wagon, all new. DAVID STERNER. 1,
• GETTYSBURG FORGE.
r r ilE subscribers respectfully inform
the Pnbllc that th ey have erected a Forge in con
nection frith their steam ADD, and are now manufactur
Forge-Hammered Iron ,
finch as Plough, Horse-shoe and Bar Iron, and respectful:
ly invite Blacksmiths and Dealers to give them a call,
feeling satisfied that tLey will be able to please as to
quality, finish tind price.
BRING MAN & WARREN.
N. B. The highest market price paid for wrought
scr tp Iron , & W.
(rani,. lumber, Time, k.
NEW LUMBER YARD IN EINIMIT
WE would respectfully inform the
V public that we bare mtabl istied aLA IttlE LUM
BER YARD in Ellituittobut g, Md.
LUMBER. SCANTLING, PICKETS AND LATHS
FLOORING BOARDS, WINDOWS, DOORS,
andoivery dewcrintion of Building Lumber furoblhed
Juno :11, Aceut for Pottor k Co.
NEW - LUMBER YARD, -
TAE undersigned has opened a LUMBER
YARD, on the Railroad, Near Guinn &
Reilly's Lime Kilns. Gettysburg and mks the public to
-dye him a call. Bic assortment in one of the best ever
offered here, anu his prices afford only the smallest living
profit. He has WHITE PINE: PLANK, inch and hall
BOARDS, FLOURING, Ac., and is con
stantly adding to his chock. Come and examine (Jr
you reels - es.
lE~A supply of Shingles. at low prlce,niway4un
- Nov. 1, 1055.—tf. JACOBKM/6.
Lime & Coal.
GUINNk REILLY have erecte
two additional Lime on the Railroad, at
are therefore better prepared than over to supply G
best of LIME, in large or stuallquantities. Farmers am
ottiera can hereafter look for a more prompt- filling
their orders, and are invited to extend and coot")
cheer favors to a firm which is making every effort toe
iiotnmodate them in the best manner rossible.
They will also continue to keep on hand. for sale.
good supply of the different kind s of COAL, which the
will tell at small profits.
Coal and Lime deliveredanywher 'ln Gettysburg.
June2l, 1866.—tf .
beat in the market. fr,r %ale at J1C01;
now Lumber Yard, 00 the, Railroad, adjoining the Line
..Ntry. 1 561,.-ts
TL\-WARE AND STOVES.
THE largest assortment of Tin-ware
in the County At S. ti. Coon's , formerly kndrew
Polley's; also !wine ~t the boit Coy king rdovee in the
CoM Pito3llS E.
(the latter bidng one of the latest and best Cooking
stoves out). Ale., many irt her article, tq . kitchen use,
which will be •iuld a, low le at any etherplace in the
April 12,1566. G. COOK.
COOKING STOVES and Tinware,
at reduced prices Alec, Bridge's Doable Fire
Chamber, Patent Fire nice Stove, a near and superior
invention. Call andsee it at S. 0. COOKS.
NOTICE TO' TAX-PAY
rte County Commissioner ; e thie ) triethod of inform
ing the Tax-payers of Ada county that the State Au
thorttiee Du longer all abatement for early payment
~f State.Taxra—bn aria flue per cent. to the quota ut,
each county th cies not pay by the let of August. The
Commissiotrei's therefore give notice that in order to
meet this demand, Tax-payers throughout TOES county
will be expected to pay cm or before the 15TH DAY uP
JULY NEXT—otherwise sue per cent. must tee added
by the Collector+ in all Ca,-a.
By order cf Comm imfloner..
.7. 'l. WALTER. C...r1;
T o BRIDGE BIALDEiIs
rrope , alr will he received by the Coinufhotioners
Adirois cutely. until THURSDAY, the'Jntli day ofJUSE
next. for BUILDING A COVERED WOoIiEN BRIDGE
ACROSS OPOSSUM CREEK. at Bricker's Mill. on the
road leading from Bricker hi II to Bender's Church.—
The Bridge is to tie built after the style of ...Burr's Pa
tent." one span one hundred and three feet long—TO be
bulk of the beet, mountain white pine. Stone can be
bad near the site of the Bridge.
Plans and specifications an be seen by perams wish
ing to bid on the day of letting, or by application to J.
M. NVal ter. Clerk to the Commissioners.
ABRA HAM &RISE,
!May lith ISiI -td
A ttrtg WALTER, Civrk.
V • •
OTICE.-- , —Letters of Administra
tion no the estate of Jour T. 31cIturrots. late of
tiettysburg. Adams county. Pa.. deceased, haring been
Canted to the undersigned. re iding in the same hit.
onigh, the thereby gives noti 70 to all persons indebted to
said estate.to make immediate payment. and those hay
ing claimragainst the same to present them properly
authenticated for settlement.
NOTlCE.—Letters of Administra
tion on the estate of Jews RICE, of Menallen town
ship. Adams county. deceased, havini been granted to
the uudersizned, residing In the !tame township, they
hereby give notice to all persons indebted to sail estate
to make immediate payment and those having claims
telnet the same will preseni them properly authenicated
:SIARTA A. RICE, Addz'z.
LEANDER 11-, RICE, A dm'r
the estate ofJaisits WlTHEasroon. late of Nreedom
township. Adams county. deceased. having been granted
to the undersigned, the first named residing in freedom
tdianship and the last named residing in the borough of
Oettyehurg,they hereby give notice teal( persona indebt
ed to said estate to make immediate payment, and thOse
having CIAiMB against the sane to present them properly
authenticated fur settlement.
JOEL B. DAN:six:l,
Testamentary on the Estate of Jane Waimea, late
of Ilenallen township, Adams county, Penna., deceased,
haring been-granted to the undersigned residing in laid
township. ha hereby gives; notice to all persons indebt
ed to said estate to call and make immediate payment
and those having claims against the same will present
them properly authenticated toreettlement.
NOAH D. SNYDER,
tr HE partnership heretofore existing
11 etwoen the undertrigned under the Arm of GARB.
NER & BROTHER, of Petersburg, Y. 8., to hereby die
All persons indebted to said firm, will please mike
payment without delay. Either partner is authorised
to use the name of the firm in the settlement of the bu
siness. J. A. GARDNER.
J. W. GARDN.ER.
HAVING disposed of my stock of
merchandise to _Mews. Hartman ,k Sadler, and,
in retiring from &successful business career of nearly
eighteen years, I hereby return my grateful acknow,
lodgements to my friends andcnabansors for their liberal
patronage, and cheerfully recommend t 4 their generous •
encouragement, my imcceseors, Ileum. Hartman t.l3ad
ler. • J. A. GARDNAIR.
April 18. 18137.-If
FIVE HUNDRED. AGENTS,
To canvass or sell by subscription the Portrait of ON.
THADDEUS STEVENS, 'Which we areaboot to
Thu Portrait is from a Photograph bit the We IF;
Eberman, and is acknowledgpi to be theriart, of
this distinguished Statesman that htia ever be en
The artist, who stands at the head of hie argils to
has defe. red a trip to itnime expressly to ex iii rz tide
great work ofart. Thu s picture ofone of the liv
ing Statesmen, will be one of the beet Stet 'Arid
Portalts eyemprotinced in this imentty, and *e ".
abled to offer in tincemetita th agents toteake Mon/may, ,
as are rarely offered anywhere. Excited,. territory* ~
be given to good and reliable men in 'illt Srir i tlX
United Stater. Personi Wishing . *A ; -*elk
to call in person or address ti i n ally, . tilett .
all the particulars will beim e known., . „, - •
T. .16:-.14%,E, • 1
May 29.-Et - No. 6 East King st; t irkeeltrwe, - ,
- . . _ . .
SW()der Month attd
PaW, Male orremale:Agaats,
duos *M r AND; womb jiViIaNTICUSA6L,
utility In Geary household. Avail prptwing tO work
on Commiadormiant earn. froffi 120 .11* w. per thy. for
fa l particulars enclose stikrap, sad address.
W. G. WILSON 0046311"5t.', Plain., Pa.,
Mars l 4: 22 4 l Wit -- • • - • • • • r •
abut Ms damp .4t =ad. Thaii
w am, a larteTrastTty gandlopitice stan4klirt
• . •
First Nitional Bali of Gettysburg
ALLOWS / •
.T.. 1" 7' E L'.s'T 0-V DEP()SIT,
GOVERMENT S9C , UR I TTES,
6! 0 1, D S I
. 1, T" F. ,
Convert.; 7-30 ._1 ( "0/c..3 into 5-.20 L'ond4.
D. A. BUEHLER. Adner
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
A. OF GETTYSBL'RG will cash 5-20 and 10-40 L. S
Bonds, also 74;0 and Compound Interest Notes
~,GEOROS ARNOLD, Cashier.
GOVERNMENT BONDS OF ALL IISSUE\St
.IfirINTIVREST ?Wowed on SPECIAL DEPOSITS at
3, Ifinad 5 per eent.i according to length of time of de.
T. D: CARSON. Cashier.
DR4XEL & CO.
34 89UTII THIRTY STREET,
. - tS". 7 •PCY .
:Without charge, sad at o►aemtt „with& PftOFIT to the
GO VEIL , •
comromnolwrsnasr 7rorpt WANTED.
ApPlWan Irby mull Willreca: r erpamitattaitiou t uall
all tufo lop: oksorluftl,
Stocicilicr.)xyiktit Audi ou conks:W*oou b
or la We fr. • OritaroailiCitud,
. Tab. SI. .
• • •
LTA T E LOAL
..irgAg, STAIX CO UMAXR
" - u mCwAL TAXATION,
in Tro 4111121'0d ilignams ton% ou atiplleawn to tie
neavie& pink or. Banker; kW b; Mar
' , Piths ellthiniairo4.l '
, - •• - JAY •CIIVIAA i k
• • ?:
F " , We 'MAIM , k/ CO.,
WANTED iiu-Iduskittit lend MO*,
• - ol k i t gel.
1' 0 R W. IA ft D .j. N
7 t •
AND COMMISSION' HOUSE.
7 FI.OUR ;AND FEED.
GRAIN AND GROCERIRS.
. .. . . .
HAVING . pur sea the extensive
Warehouse, thits, heretofore owned by Samuel
Herbst, we beg leave to the pablin that we are
continuing therbordneseelL the old stand on . the corner
of Washington and Rails.* streets, on a moretzte n shre
scale than heretofore. ".,
Wears paying the hig mik market price fir Flour,
piiGrain end all kinds of mt.
Plonrand Feed, Salt, anall kinds of Groceries, kept
constantly on hand and fo sale, cheaper than they can
ha had anywhere else.
Plaster, and all kindsof fertilizers, constantly on•
.hand, or furnished to ord er .
WA reguier line ef Frght Cal's wil I tears ow Ware
house every TUBS i. , AY NIBNING. and 'accovetioslatiOn
trains will he run as occasion may require. By thia_ar
rangement we are preparied to convey Freight at all
times to and from Balthnolle. All businesa of this kind
entrusted to us, will be priimpt ly attended to. Our care
run to the Warehouse oildtevenson A Mum 105 north
Howard street, hattintort. Being determined to pay
good prices, sell cheap and deal Fairly, we invite every
body to give us a call. 1
CULP L EARN AB AW. •
GRAIN AND GROCERIES.—The
- highemt Market price' ,aid flrftrain and all kludge(
Produce. Groceries, Penni er!otc.,conetaotly nn hand
for Bait et the Ware-lion, of
Aug. 9 MI6 1 CUI.P a KA IiNSTIAW.
-- - •
W. E. BIDDLE. H. S. PENNER.
100,000 Buslls.r Grain Wanted.
NEW FIRM AT THE OLD WARE
, HOUSE. WM. E. Bit:IDLE& CO. would inform the
public that they have leased the Warehouse it the cor
ner "(Stratton street and 41 r. Railroad, in I ivitysburg,
where they will carry o n
'NIP: GRAIN AND 1 4 1:013CCE BUSINESS,
in alias branches. The r hitliest prices will always be
paid fur Wheat, Rye, Corni Oats, Clever and Timothy
Seen . Yhixseed, Surnitei..Jl.oy Strove. Dried Fruit-
Nuts, Soap, Hams, Shoulicerssiand Pulatotili, with
everything else in the country preiture
GROCERIES.—On handi tor •Coffees, Sugars,
Molasses, Syrups. Teaii, Spaces, 41t.
Soda, Mustard. arch. Blacking,
Snaps, Ac. Alsn CoAE 0114 Fish 1311, Tar. ,te. FISH inl
alt hinds; Spikesand Sails; Sm. and Chewing To•
They are alway, able to itzroply l first rate article o
Floor, with the different kiiids of Keed.
Also, Ground Plaster, with (eustnine and other fertili
zero. COAL, by the bushel, ton oP car load.
They will run LINE OF FREIaIiT CA RS from Get
. tyst urg to Baltimore once every w,oh. They are pre
par-d to convey Freight either way, in any quantity, at
REDUCED RATE. They will atteni, it desired. to the
malting of purchases in ;the city, and delivering the
goods promptly In liettlyMurg. Their care run to the
Warehouse of Nathan !loop No. 12S North 11,vard
street, near Franklin. ItAllimore, wherefreight will be
received at alytlme. They invite the attention of the
public to their line, neniurinz them that they will spare
DO effort to aeConilleeetate all who Dray patronise them.
Apt ill 9. 1866.—tf BID - DLE et BENNER.
THE EAGLE LIVERY,
SALE EXCHANGE STABLES
iret , ,hington .S.trcct,
ADJOINING THE EAGLE HOTEL.
THE undersigned would respectful
1, iii`urin the punlie that he boa opened a new
LIVERY. SALE AM) EX - CHANGE STABLE in this
place. 50.1 is prepared t; olio superior Occur m<alat i•f111
at this Jibe. He has presided himself with litigates, Car
riages. Hacks, Light Wagon.. Ac , of the latest styles.
sofflcient to meet the pohli demand. Iles horses are all
without spot , •r and per - 1 . 0(41y reliable.—
none of pair •'old cripples: . but all of the Order.
Riding part iec ran altars and com
fortable equipments furnished.
Parini., large or 911:11fl1, eau ''t ;at they want on
the DI. terins.
Visit..rx to Ibis tattle field politely /Wended t, . and
reliable drivers furnished if deei red.
Part lea conveyed to and from the Dep..t upiat the ar
rival and departure ..f every train:
Horses bought, sold. exeliangesl. and always a
chance for bargains given. Our motto is -1..1r play and
litt.l'articular attention paid t.. furrii-hiu; Vchb it•
.inil flacks for Funerals. •
Alliir-We flatter ourselves that by charging rnoileratel)
and by furnishing superior BCCOMITIOdAtiOLIS, we (sunk,
fail to please every one who patronizes our establish
neut. T. T TATF:.
SALE & EXCHANGE STABLE.
T HE Proprietor of these. Stables,
feehngtbankful fulfor t he liberaipatronage heretofore
received. beast eave to inform thepublic that hecontinuee
the LIVERY PCSINESS at his °Wound on Washington
street,Settyiburg.llear the Railroad, where he la pre
pared at all times to accommxiateperao7.withaurthing
1101L 4 ES,COACRES, BUGGIES,k.C.,
uruished at short 11.0tiCe And on reasonable terms. and
competent di avers sent along ildesi red. Persons will he
conveyed to other towns. or to any place in the country.
Ilia stock'and Coaches are of the first class, and no pains
will be spared to make passengers comfortable. He is
prepared at all times to furnish moieties for funerals:
and also to parli h esdesiringi to go over the Battle Field
1r to rizi t 111 Vinr..
A LSO-1-110 ISES AND MULES
will lienoult irtid tld stall times. Personsdesizingto
,inrchasesto k will ; nil it to their advantage to call on
in nnileralqed, asihie stock is Warranted to be as
resented or o salb. Ile has a tine let of Horses rind
'stales at pr. tint onlisnd which will be sold nu reasonas
tile terms. hey are eiiiina and free from disease, and
ars cnaranti dto vrork as represented. Persons will
End it to the r tilvantage to callat the old stand before
hiring or pn ha!incelseu here.
Aug. 3, 18 5.--i-tt NICHOLAS WEAVER.
'l' H 1.
flot,±,B and .5 . ‘11.; eakKinN of
In? - Orders - olieited and prcrnptly at
April 11. 1567
Oct 11, 1866
,Gettysbt.trg National Bank
CO3fPO UIJ) INTEIZEST NOTES,
bought and wild
Ordete thr prirtbese . and vd Of
STOCKS, BONDS AND COLD,
OttrintES: /LAST? AND ('9ESTSIT. )
B. A TtZ. bt* ,
GOVERIPIENT SEQIIR NIES.
• -, 7-30 s,
JUNE; JULY, AND A I'/; UST,
• CONVERTBD 1N1Y)
.. . . --,--.
THE\ 11,dcti' Nit of Jitiv IWiti c t s ,..
.I. TreatrriAr eibOutp irilit*Str Otti: .
more, In the tartiktp itildsnos *i debt a III4I-
S preeented to tai Iberenuoinadostat , • ,
Re Aro climes kiiiiieitirigh4abb _ .• •
'froze sutiecritkx...: ....,-,' .......„.,... 60.
Cash borrowed at ergitreirryrir....'......oo
Tai duplicate of itlareb,lBfia... ..... ..... MI
Balance due Tremmrer ....---
Accountant claims credit for cai•Vpsfd 'Lau
D. Woriey,llsq.. Geo. B. Brandt and Daniel
Larew. Committee to procure recruit. to op
the draft of the Spring of .18114—furgottting.0...
Amount paid them fur expense@ in attending 11
to those dudes.. ........._.....„ .. t „ » » .....y 348
for payibg Samuel C. Stevens, a recruit
Cash paid tit the Gettysburg 8ank....;05Twk..8ank....;31: ”
Paid to several parties in liquidation of their
taxes and otherwise--
...... 2,496 42,
For unpai4 collections yet to pay by 172 el
Cash on note at Bank 1
Exoneratione on tax duplicate.,' • 233 54
outstanding tax on
.... .... 77
WU. e hove granted an order on Treasurer. to I. •
Worley, Esq., fur serricee dais matter.. 21 00
One to Daniel Larew, fur 18 days' werricea ..... 27 00
Wm tooeu. B. Brandt, for ditto service* • 'lB 00
Allowance to treasurer (or colleCtloll and OM
bursting the funds
SECOND.ACCOUNT of Johti WoWord, Treasurer' tor the
Ile charges himself with cash received of dlf•
fei en t parties aa,llaa
Gteh lwroweil at Mechanicaborg Bank 14,900 OS
Caabi , ,irrovred at the first National Back of n
szr - 110
Cash received .if /towel:). Myer.; collector of
boon ty.tax f,r the years 1886 and 18156 —,..... 11,156 Tti
Coati received of Michael Sehrlver, collector of
holm ty tax ~f INO7
Cash received eri towtiahlp
Acrutintant Claims credit for cash paid Isaac
D. ti%urley, Esq., and Warner Townsoud, to
pay for 29 recruits . 414,540 00
Other expenses, stamps, At. 16 OU
I••,kih paid eau curtailment of notes at 311)ehan
Discount on ioqes
stamps ial [lutes
Cast to the First Nlttlull/11 Bank of Gettys
Discount on saint
School Dire tors' order to I. 1). Worl 73 48
School Directors' order to I. D. Worley,l4 ey, Esq ..... 00'90
q..... 20 99
School Directors' order to Warner Townsend— 36 00
Aeditors' order to I. D. Worley
AMOS C. 51yer5.......... ....... . 3 fss
. C. E. 31yers 13 65
A , ctiouteint claims fur trouble and expense for
going six trips to Gettysburg and di trips
i.. Mechanicsburg. 31 50
Trouble andextense for receiving and disbars.
log funds '
Claims credit fur balance duo hi n first ac
A urlitors• and Clerk's fees ...... "
1141411 C, ILI bands of Treasurer 1p to May 13;
P.EsuElo 'ES OF LATI3IO RE TOWNSHIP,
Tax a....,e5e.1 for 186:,
AD,,ttht paid 1 V cyliectors
Outstanding In hands cif cidlectors
Annaint in hands of Treasurer
Arnount of resources
Balance due by The township over and above
the askets. but no exoneratlons to CollBC
tam Tpn dophcntes
LIA if ILITIF.4 or LAT/114Rf. TpW2II9BIP.
To Ma. firth icaburg Bank ' 84= 38
TO private indi viduala , 3,398 12
TON nsnip lainif, ...... ..' 2,218) 00
the undersigned, Auditors of Latin:tore Win:whip,
Adeavrcii.. haring audited the above account of John
Woltrd. Treasurer of the bounty fund of wild township,
rete.rt the same correct, as above stated, to the beet of
our jndginent sod tirlirf.
BOUNTY ACCOUN T.
A GENERAL STATEMENT of the
liwitity account of Menallen township, Adams
Peur.a. mad e tele lath day of May 1887.
l'ear Account with John Cline and Wm. Blocher,
Collectimi elawl paid out
Expnerat ions and Errors
Cash on hand at set ti..triont, paid to township
Yk-nr aunt with Jonas Rauazitabu
Amount paid out
Oval on h.4illl:ltYrttlennent
Year 1)466, Affront with Joni! Ra.nanzahn.
Money It. , rr..wed
Carat re.-eil..d nom ti.wn.lnp TresAnrow
Amount poll out fur bounty purposes
Percentage , letinote‘l
geonerati , ,na f r”ec who were service
Trego , nrer's perr,yttage on $44,617 03
We. the im‘let%igned.abditorm of Menallen townithip,
tdamo havin, Audited the bounty accounts of the
am, name,' caller tors and t ressnrar do certilytbat
tre eornrt. t. the bet °four knowledge and balitot
Wlttte.• ..ttr hand. the Nth day nf Nay, OM.
SA AWEL _WEALS,
WM. A. ELDEN. rAndltorai
H. N. MINNIOH, I
HON. S. R. RUSSELL, Treasurer,
in acc , ,nnt with the Borough of Gettysburg. (Blown- .
To amount collected by subscription
First Draft $1,488 00
To amount collect./ by subscription
To,arnotrut collected by subscription
Nett amount realized from Tax 11u
Nett amount realized from Tax Du
Nett amount realized from Tax go
plicate, 1e66 5,069 64
itala,lco 4)1 llountykl),LA ittipuid
Balance outataudiug on Duplicate
The Debt is due as follows, Getty.
burg National Bank,
Jape/Dickson and Sister
Mrs. S. Wvlt
By mwmat paid du men
o IntereatN . •
" T immure r N:and Clerk's Salary
By Itllltllllllt mad 41 men ...... ...
4' , P 4 . 5 substitutes
", " .' MxpPnaes --.
n? '4, " Intareat it Stamp 848 68
"its 4 Treaanrer and Clark'a Salary Sz.
Hy ninouu I paid 31 rneu...„............ 111,560 00
" - 4 sedlntrtntts 1,21/0 - 00.
" Interest if Stamps 1,31 " 33
. ' Tr 4,401 2
e' endeenneed Auditarm appointed by • the Tower
forth' toreogh ol Gattyabarg certify , that - the
e ia a ceir•ect atatemept of the Houtty'Aterewei 'at'
Illotatighla per vouchers athibilea • -tone. ' • '
1 .0 .., . ' EDW. 0. TAAINEETOtt: •-
, A. J. DIVER, • .
lgit' l9 , iset.--,se , .
: -; .1:-' - r
1 :1 • . , 4
I' , Yalirig TO EVE RY.1)01):t.
i,.„:ffripilTa4lM ni 4, lit •• . Ilik
, '- . !PM the hetnety etey become t7ett l' ttil p 'qui -?:
1 r , tee toneken loved. 'ta . 4 ~,,,
.14:i . ,i !PP daMal! Obonal.fitn-tq ' A N A L
1 -•- - 3-' ,,, .., ...._ .*r.AWkrik l a
i *ftilit,:tailitleaolv • ") • .1 "
it.: , 1 .A.: -'l'''
iiirothigelisiaorES q , • --. • - - t. _2:
volvioutiss«a_Wailiti - -•. • • ,I A - ~,.
, Airsuch r•as 1 ... 4 1PH . . : 6 ' 144 1 .4 0 , :'''' •• '
5 a 1 . _:,,,, •,,„ 714111%
i1 1 = 841.4917 . - '''''''• . , :', ....' 7 . lila "11% . '
- $6,007 :6
- 4,001 61
- 4,606 61
I 626 •5
I; RORG E L. DEARDORFF,
DANIEL F. BTITZILL,
$3 . 4363 57