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LisT • HEB,CILANTB.—Within the
.t Adams, returned and classified
by thegned, Appraiser of. Merentile
Taxes, • .rdacce with the several Acts of
Assembly,' tbr the r 1867-68, of Goods,
Wares and Merchandise :
Fahnestock & Bro.,
Danner & Ziegler,
J. L. Schick,
Hop , & Woods,
F. B. Picking, .
John Forney: 7
S r& Mary ,
S. M. GamMartin,t,
44 " Shoe Store,
Miss H. MdOresry,
S. S. McCreary,
A. D. Buehler,
Jacobs & Brother,
A. Scott & Son,
Dr. Robert Horner,
Was Mary McAllister, '
Hendricks NVarreri, '
Boyer & Son,
A. ft Fiestel,
Wm_ J. Martin,
Bittle & Benner (Warehouse),
McCurdy & Diehl; "
Culp & Earnshaw, "
C. H. Buehler,
Guinn & Reilly,
John M. SWan,
Duphorn it Hoffman,
Hebert & Elliott,
George F. Kalbtleisch,
Wm. & Henry Meals,
Jsim Warner ,
. H. M. Axton,
J es Pierce,
Gorge H. Swope,
S. G. Cook,
Geo. C. Strickhouser, -
Wm. T. King,
Joseph Wible & Son, Cuhnzinpro.
H. Paxton Bigham,
Tanghlnbaugh & Neely,
Adam S. Myers,
J. & D. Howard,
Epley & Hoopes,
A. T. Wright,
Jacob Pitzer & Son,
C. D. Elden,
H. S. Penrose,
Wm. A. Elden,
Burkholder & Hoffman,
Martin Overholt zer,
Stank ct Bro.,
J. J. Diehl, .
J. Frank Gardner,
Hartman & Sadler,
Lewis W. Heikes,
B. W. Ziegler,
Samuel A, Miller,
John W. Reitzel,
Francis X. Smith,
J. C. Neely,
Wm. D. Emmert,
, Abraham Sheely,
R. RI Foutz & Bro.,
Fran ells - Sherman,
Sarnu4l Hoffman, _
Augustus J. Smith,
John Graft, jr.,
Brougti & Myers,
Taint & Spangler,
Steffy ' & Diehl,
outiEt: & Staub,
Crouse & Bro.,
Wm.' M. Hoford,
Snyder & Son,
Samuel Little, -
Weikert, Starr & Co.,
J. W. Dratera,
H. S. Klein,
J. H. Hinkle
Harper, Rider & CP.,
Maring & Lefever,
A. F. 'Barker,
George W. Wortz & Hinkle,
Sull*an & Son,
Dann'er & Shields,
S. M. Brenaman,
J. & E. Miller,
S. G. Lawrence & Co.,
E. D. Potts,
Wm. A. MeSherry,
, BERWICK *Boa.
Dysert & Wivill,
David E. Hollinger,
Dr. 'Pfeffer & Goehenour,
Gubernator & Sneeringer,
Martin L. Miller,
Plank & Spangler,
Henry W. Witmora,
A. Little & Bro.,
A. L. Rhoads,
S: J. Klein, _
WM. Wolf, - 's" -
Dr. J. A. Armstrong,
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Geo. =doe, 14
John badman, 14
John Norbeck, l4
Gems] . l4
Geo. Wt 1 13
'P. & gA i r g . -
Daniell Delon, . ' ' 1.4
. pommamas )3nEwsteL "
Adam Dllll. ' . 5 00
John Heindig - 5 00
APPlak-=Nothasis herebySlTOD in 92 00n
cane' shontrehtiatofdasathadon, that,
I will d 4 A' i ;at die Gonamiestosene
Oakeeiloneut akkthe 150 a otJUNE Ma,
• -bet* 9 4, ; 11: men p-. 11L, 'Walton Per
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Y. WAifilla t
Appraiser of Mamas Taps Stor Mum cox 1
MOWER AND REAPER
AWARDED the Special Diploma and
Onnd Medal of Honoree the beet combined Mower
Hand-Raking Reaper and Self-Raking Reaper—on ex
hibition at the great lair of the St. Louie Agricultural
and Mechanical Association October Bth, 1888.
OHIO AND BUCKEYE PATENTS
At the great trial of Reapers and Mowers at Auburn
N. Y., in July last by the New York State Agricultural
Society, this Machine vas awarded the preference over
all °therein Class No b. This class was the most im
portant of any as it embraced Mowing and Hand or Sell-
Raking Reaper in the same Machine:
This Machine has been awarded Medals and first Pre
miums by the Pennsylvania and lowa State Fairs, und by
hundreds of County Faire in all parts of the country:—
This Machine took the Seat Premium at the Adams Coun
ty Agricultural Fair held at Benderaville, September
Ball's Ohio & Russell's Screw Tower
Both first-class Machines, having sold a number of these
klaOhines in the last three years. They have given gen
eral satisfaction wherever used. We ask farmers before
buying a machine to call and examine these machine!,
before purchasing elsewhere. as they will be Ole to
make a better selectione. We could produce quite a
number otoertitlcates from some of on beet Farmers in
the County, but deem it unnecessary as we warrant
these machines to give satisfaction with a fair trial, or
no sale. Insured for one season.
Extraa always kept on hand. We hers made frran ge
mente to hare repairing don's) when needed at any time
and on moderate terms.
With the above we have fur sale a number of rat -.able
SULKY CORN PLOUGH
Can banged fur ploughing and cutivatiag corn—finish
lug one row at a time. Can also be need fortoosening
up corn ground or putting in seed.ng—by rsing the
front shovels it can be used for marking out corn ground
—marking two rows at a time. A Cornplanter can also
be attached, planting 2 rows at a time.
For crushing corn in the ear or shelled
STEEL COMPOSITION BELLS
For Schools, Churches, Farms, Am
STEEL PLOUGHS S:_11 YT S TEXT.
An article every Farmer should have—the best iu the
market. Hand or self-discharging
GRAIN DRILLS, (WillougL by's Patent) with Crowell'.
Harrisburg GRAIN PAN (Reynold's Patent) consid
ered the beat mill ever in use in this county.
Any of the above machines can be had by calling en or
addressing the subscriber '2 miles from Gettysburg, on
the Harrisburg road, where specimen machines can bl
seen. W.M. WIBLE, Agent,
April 4, 1867.—tf Gettysburg, Pa. :
rrFIE undersigned lire ageritsfor this
celebrated Combined Self raking keeper. and3lower.
TVs Machine has two driving wheels, hinge-Joint and
folding bar. is very simple In construction, and Isiicon
idered by thews persons who have need them to he equal
in difficult gram to any light nischinematle for mowing
only, WOI cub any kind of grass standing or lodged wet
or dry can start anywhere without hacking, for the truth
of this amiertion we will refer to those who bought of no
last year. It cats 4 feet 8 inches in gram, and 5 feet 6
inches In grain, Is a rear-cut, side-delivery, can finish a
field without bindmg'a sheaf, and does the most lathe.
factory work in lodged grain, to beked by two
horses in grain or grass. We claim this W law U
raker to be
the best in existence. We will give our reasons.
Ist. This 9.1 f raker has four rakes (no blanks or fans)
which all fall into the lodged grain as low a• the knife
and several fact' In front of it and rice gradually after
the grain is on platform. and continue to revolve until
you have &sheaf then the driver mires It small lever and
either rake will sweep the platform. by this, vim will see
that you can always have a full sheaf; thereby saving
binding, gathering and dividing sheaf. '
2nd. Ityon wish to put the driter on the horses, or
the . rin is one thickness that it4lll permit to makes
ah each revolution, without aid of the driver. Yon
can oso by simple drawing one bolt, and still keep all
the rakes on to drop Into the lodged grain and bring it
up before the knife reaches it. Hez e is one point we
wish to call your attention too. Take notice w4iere all
these rekies strike into the grain and then compare them
with blabke on other Selfltakers.
3rd. If you wish your pats on a swath, tie your lever
fast, and it will do its were perfectly and yon will be
safe for wet weather. 1
4th. It is a Well known fact that in lland-raking fleapit
ere that the reel must be changed for different kinds o
grain, and also necesaary for Self-rake to make perfect
- work In extreme tall or abort grain, this rake track
works in a ptvit. and byo,,h,rioging two bolts, We have
this most desirable and indispensible improvement over
all others. With a combination of these four desirable
points, it has been unanimously acknowledged by all dis
interested and practical machinists to be decidedly
simpleand durable in Its construction.
At thetgritat National Field Trial, held at Auburn,
New York, last July, which Is conceded to have been the
largest and severest trial ever held in the United States.
lasting several weeks, under the entire management of
the New York Slate Agricultural Society, this machine
was awarded the Gold Medal for the best Combined Self
rating Reaper and 3lower,(Clase No. 4.) Since the great
trial, different toachines are claiming Medals, and , mast
persons are In 11l fog about it. Over fifty machines were
entered In the different classes for the different medals.
Clam No I ight Mowers; N 0.2, Reapers , Hand Rake
(Ibr grain o ily)' No. 2,, Reapers, Self-rake, (for grain
only); No. 3, Combined . kimper and Mower, (Hand-rake);
No. 4 Combined Reaper and Mower, (Self-rake); N 0.5
Combined Hand and Self-raking Reaper and Mower,
(thrown out on account of inferior work.)
At the Field Trial held by the Centre County Agricul
tural Society, on McAllister's farm, last July, Illubbat d's
Combined Self-raking Reaper and Mower was awarded
the highest premium for the best work In grain and
grass. See Pamphlets for report. We have machines now
on hand and invite farmers to come and see them. We
warrant them to give entire satisfaction In all respects.
Extras always on hand. Branch Shop at York, Penna.
Address Granite Hill Post-office, Adams county, Pa.
ifirAlso Pratt A Smedley'f Patent Horse Rakes on
hand, built by Geo. W. Grant & Co., Columbia, Pa.
• HENRY THOMAS & SON, Agents.
MESSRS. WILLIAMS, WALLACE & CO.—Dist harvest I put ,
chased one of your Combined Self Rakers, and I pro
nounce it a first class . Machine. Can cut any kind of
*nuts wet or dry, at a very slow walk, and never chokes.
The Sell Raker Tut very well. I believe that it-can
,„bring up lodged n that no other Machine can do with
blanks, and can b changed for different kinds of Grain.
which is • great advantage. Yours truly,
BiZSBRB. WILLIAMS, WALLACI I CO.—I bOlightt Otte of
your Combined Self Raking Reapers and Mowers, and can
nitommend it as a splendid Mower. Never chokes, and
of light draught, and the Rake does all it is recommend
ed to do. It Is a great advantage to make the sheaves
she you wish, •
Meseta. WILLIAMS, WALLACI te Co.—We, the undendin
ed. having need and fairly tested the Hubbard Combined
Reaper and Mower, (Hand Raks,)can.recommend it as of
light draught, and free from side draught, and believe it
to be the mast durable Machine in our locality', and has
given us . gieneral satithiction. • Yours truly.
JOHN G. BRINKERHOFF,
ISAAC F. BRINKERHOFF.
GIIIKART TowNten., April 24th, 1887.
Iassue.WALLUKS, Wett.scs A purchased one of
your Combined Machines alter going to see three differ
ent Self Rakers working. I immediately put it to the
test in grain that leaned away from the Machine on two
aides, and It gave entire sa. fraction. I then cut my Oats
crop, and cut a large quantity of Gnus, and will say for
the Hubbard that it will not choke in any kind of Grass,
wet or dry, standing dr lodged, at the slowest gait your
horses will walk, Is free from Ode draught, ne weight
on horses' necks, end is light work for two horses. The
Self Rake is w Rhone a doubt the lbt sti3elf Raker out. It
has four Bakes, (no blanks,) and can bring up lodged
Grain that no Hand Raker can do, and can regulate the
sheafas the elleyou wish—changing the Rake for any
kind of Grain . Mat it will maks nice work in the tallest
Bye or the shortest Clover seed, and it the Grain is one
thickness, can make a sheaf each revolution of the Raker
without any aid from the driver dia MOO Math Oats,
which is another greet advantage no other Machine has.
Yours truly, • SAMUEL WRANT.
011111 WIT TOwwelrin, April 24th tier.
![seas. WHIMS, WALLACI A Co —I purchased quo of
otuglomblued Self Rakers from year Agents, ftalLY
Self, and can consistently recommend It ass
eery good Howe rof light draught, and the Reif Riker
ftn bring up Orals that is down better than any Hand
Baker can do.
I eau endorse the above reeemmendition of Mr. Ring,
u I have one of the seine Ilaehinee.
CORN SHELLER, SEPAR,MCOR
The uhderigned would In forin . the Agricultural
public that be has purchased frog the Patentee of
this extraordinary machine. the Patent Right for
the Mates of Pennsylvania and Maryland. •
BriliktdilOrll Cots Shell 'Separator d Clean
er, is - pronounced the bat aachineof the kind in
g u m cowry. And in proof, it may be mentioned
teat thi "Advisory Oommittosopointad to soled
eats for stLltitttloa at Go
MOO /RIOT Towriemp, April 24th, 1867
!TERRY W. SWARTZ
Cam Autumn Towxsair, April 24th,1867
• JOHN SOCKS, Fr.
JOHN BOOBS, Jr.
&MAUI TOWSSHIP, April 201,1867
position in Paris, in 1867, have sfilected this
Sheller as the best in America," and at the request
of J. C. Derby, 11. S. Agent, a machine has been
shipped to Paris for exhibition. One important
filature in this machine is that it will shell ears
large, small or crooked. perfectly clean, and
separates the cob and chaff from the err ready
The fact may also be stated that at the great
trial of Agricultural Implements, at Auburn, N.
'Y., in July last, under the auspices of the New
York State Agricultural Society, the Brinkerhoff
Corn Speller, Separator and Cleaner was reported
by one of the most competent Committees as the
Lest Corn Sheller out. They say, "We have care
fully examined and thoroughly tested this ma
chine, and have no hesitation in pronouncing it
the best Corn Sheller we ever d(171'." The re
port is signed by such men as John Stanton Gould,
president N. Y. State Agricultural Society; B. P
Johnson,.`;'ecretary to same; Solon Robinson, Ag
riculturaliFditor N. Y. Tritiane; S. Edward Todd,
Agricultural Editor N. Y. Times.
From among many complimentary newspaper
attices, tbeJsllowing, from the N. Y Observer,
Is deemed sufficient:
"Among all the Hand Corn Shellers made in'
Nest York and Albany—and one single firm man
ufacturers more than 10,400 annually—not one
can enter the circle with the Shellet}ust invented
by J. Brinkerhoff, Auburn, New York. It shells,
separates and cleanses, rapidly and easily, at one
operation, as fast as the ears can Le put in the hop
The undersigned is now prepared to dispose of
COUNTY RIGHTS. 11e-will have SHELLERS
ready for sale in the course of a month's time.
All letters to be addressed to
WM. W IBLE,
P. 0. Box 246, Gettysburg, Pa
Mar. 14, 1867.
The National Reapers and Masers,
THE N'o. 1 Machine has Two Driving
Wheels Hinge ..14.int and Folding Bar. making it
very convenient to m , ve from one place to anotlrer ; is
very divide in its comitruotion. extremely light draught.
and durable, cute 4 feid lo inches in grace and 5 lest 2
inches in grain: is a Self-Raker andvery, arid ii
capable of cutting a whole held without binding a sheaf,
and doe, themoist satisfactory work.
This Mnchine can also be used as a Hand Machine
without injuring its qualities as a Heap,. The Ma
chine Is 'warranted to cut grass as welt as any B.iigle
)tower that curl for iatter• width. It is a strong two.
horse ?ital'hillt , --.111 . can be ii-ed. if required, In
OREAI' IM PROVI3.I R\2s I..are bevri made
00111 i II g
The is perf,tly m,zht on
the /107,4 . necks in 31 , •Nii,4 Gear n:e,
Alwaym remember that at the M.,a trial la•t Sum
mer in tietty•bu7g. iu cami,o.t:an v ith u -the, It..o:ing
the u! ,v • : Is is its the
First Pi emlr.in. ‘k,trl? the
N0.:4 .t:t . ...re7;tl)
cortstrUrt. , l..•utt,,L and in front
\\ ii r!,. r.t
The ditt,..1...0 in the x i ah ..1 cut j,
The t.lufti ug lover and tin• raising toil lowering' levers
are both at the driver's right mule, and with hi. tight
Grit upon a I,lal and Inn lett upon a foot step. he has the
power and Vnl/Irnlnf the whole machine. he rate rity, to
kwer the plat Germ from tl ie to fourteen inches. cat,
throw the machine out of genr.and regulate the rake so
as to make the sheaves i tege or moult, and all this at
the Cattle time awl without retarding the ur.tion or
speed of the machine
Keep it I,eflre the people that at a ftir uwwiu tiixl;
different leading .31achines were present at Dill,trorg,
,York, co., last Summer and the National Machine was
awarded the first premium.
AIL Machines warranted to give satisfaction !. For fur.
ther Bolopnatioo apply to
LEWIS BUSHMAN, Agent,
3 miles south of Gettysbur
March 14, 1403Z.—tf
NATIONAL SETT-DISCIMOING STEEL S?RIN‘ TO,TH
_Horse 13.ake v; .
Fittcnt!cl .414. 9a, 1'.62, all./ Re GA. S.W .
THIS Hake is an filep - Mlent steel
.spring 7.oth Rake. and ha. pn i. O itarif he the
most portre,lloltE RAKE 11.... iu With tb,
Itake the lloNe does all the work, b•db the Dakqng and
Discharging, by tin. Driver inuring a lever a few - inch.
Pa, which throws it i?itti gear. and ns the brse incises
forward it raises thole...ill sal ilLseharzr, its toad. and
then !Mitts unt of gear iNelt. the' teeth di ppilig down
ready to rake aga:a. Ito this Opontli..n it 1,1,6 easily an.
derstisiti that the Re ~ ..r 1,1, hardly cm:, teeth to •1".
IniLs , rtarit inipr, , vrixent• harts Urea mats ;of late.
making it V.•ry siwplr nod flurtl/le in its ronstrurtiod.
Thunsiattibi of then, tact. been sold in the few lhat yearn
and given the best kind of satiafaction.
wri_eircirlars p.ving, a fuller ileserit.tion cf three
Machines Can be bad by applying to the Agent
March 14. t f
SL WING .MM A. lINI
THE very beet and lateet improved niechine in nee, fo
sale at the CLOTHING STORE of JACOBS it 11110., in
Chanibeisburg street, Gettysburg, where you can bn,
the hest and cheapest Cloths. Cassaveres and Vetting,
and every variety ,/goods in the line of
lIEN AND BOYS WEAR.
You can have them cut out and Made up fn the very beet
style if you wish,at moderate pricea, and without any
risk whatever. GEO. JAMS k BRO,
Aug. 16, 1666.
THE GROVER & BAKER
THE BEST IN llsE.—These Machines have becom
so well known that little need be said by way of recoth
mendation. They have taken the first, premium at all
the late State Fairs. and are universally acknowledged
to be the BEST in use by all who have tried them. The
"Grover & Baker Stitch" and the Shuttle Stitch" are
points that have been attained by no other Machine.—
They are the only Machines that sew and - embroider with ,
perfection. These Machines are peculiarly adapted to
Family use. They are almost noiselessoiew directly from
the spool without rewinding, and are simple in their
construction. They are easy to manage, and can be
worked by almost any child. Every family should have
one. They save labor, they save time, and theysave money.
and do their work better than it can be done by hand.
The undersigned having been appointed Agent for the
above Machines, has established an Agency in Fairfield,
Adams co., where he will always have on hand a supply.
Persons wishing to buy will please call and examine for
Needlei and Thread will also be stnplied.
J. R. WITH EILOW, Agent,
Ang.lB,lB66.—tf. Fairfield, Adams county, Pa.
THE HOWE MACHINE CO.'S
699 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
These World-renowned Sewing Ma
chines were awarded the Highest Premium at the
World's Fair, in London, ant six First Premiums at the
N. Y. State Fair of 1866, and are celebrated for doing
the beet work, using a much smaller needle for the
same 'thread than' any other machine, and by the intro.
(Motion of the most appr 'red machinery, we are now
able td Supply the very best machines iti,the world.
These machines are made at our new and spacious Fan.
toty at Bridg4mrt, Conn., under the immndiste *super
vision Of the President of the Company. ELPS.S HOWE,
Jr, the original inventor of the Sewing Machine.
They are adapted to all kinds of Family Sealpg. and
to the use of Seamstresses, Dress Makers, Tailors:liana.
factorers of Shirts, Collars, Skirts, ','oaks, ManHiLle,
Clothing, Hats, Caps. Corsets, Boots, Shoes, Harness,
Saddles, Linen Goods, Umbrellas, Parasols, etc. Thev
work equally well upon silk, linen, cotton or woolen
goods with Bilk. cotton or linen thread. They viii seam.
quilt, gather, hem, fell, cord, braid, bind and terform
every species of sewing, making a beautiful and perfect
stitch, alike on both sides of 'the article sewed.
The Stitch invented by Mr. HOWE, 'and made on this
Maine, is the most popular and durable, and all Sew
ing Machines are subject to the principle invented by
him. Sandlot °implant. .
SIBLEY A STOOPS, General Agents,
March 19,1867.-1 y No. 922 Chestatittn, Phila.
"LI MPIRE SHUTTL :EWING MA
-1:4 CUIL and E 8 superior to -all other* for FAIRLY Ann
sallnee ma one.
Contain all the pst improvements; are speedy; nolie
less; durable and tnwork.
Illustrated Circulars „free. Agents wanted. Liberal
dismount allowed. , No consignments made.
Address EMPIRE B. M. W.* 616. Broadway, New York.
Sept. 6, 1866.-ly
No. 704 A.rch Strgett
SILVER' AND PLATED-WARN
Oar Noe& are decktedly the cheapest In thOON7
PLATS, A No. 1.
LEVIIk X. Ai. , :«nt.
mile.: south ”1
Manufacturer and Doane in
AGIJA DE MAGIOLIA.
A toilet delight. Superiorto any cologne; used
to bathe the face and Orson, to tender the skin
soft end fresh, to allay inflammation, to perfume
clothing, for headache, dC. It is manufactured
from the rioh Southern Magnolia. and is obtains
log a patronage quite unprecedented. It is a
favorite with actresses and opera singers. It le
acid by all dealare,,at $l.OO in large bottles, and
by Dames BARNMS .k Co., New York. Wholesal
SARATOGA SPRING WATER, POW I.y all Drugitla ta
Vl' For Pale by Dr Robert Horner and S. S
Persons of sedentary habits troubled with weak
ness, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack o
appetite, distress after eating, torpid liver, con
stipation, h.e., deserve to suffer if they will no
try the celebrated PLANTATION BITTERS
which are now recommended- by the highest
Medical authorities, and warranted to produce en
immediOte beneficial effect. They are exceed-,
ipgly agreeable, perfectly pitre, and must super
sede all other tonics where a healthy gentle
Stimulant is required.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate..
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and
They strengthen the system and enliven the
They prevent' miasmatic and intermittent
They purify the breath and acidity of the
They cure Dyspei;idia andeonsuwption.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous
flay make the weak strong, the languid bril
liant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer
They are composed of the celebrated Calisaya
bark, wintergreen, sassafras, roots and herbs, all
preserved in perlectly pure St. Croix ram. For
particulars, see circulars and testimonials around
Beware of impostors. Examine every bottle.
Fee that it has our private U. S. stamp unmutila
ted over the cork, with plantation scene, and our
signature on a fine steel plate side label. See that
our bottle is not re-filled with spurious and dele
terious stuff. Any person pretending to sell.
Plantation. Bitters by the gallon. or in bulk, is an
impostor. Any person imitating this *tile, or
selling any other material therein, whether called
Plantation Bitters or not, is a criminal under the
U. S. Law, and will be so prosecuted by The
demand for Drake's Plantation Bitters, from
ladies, clergymen, merchants, &c., is incredible.
The simple trial of a bottle is the evidence we
present of their worth and superiority. They are
sold by all respectable druggists, grocers, physi
cians, hotels, saloons, steadtboats and country
stores. P. p. DRAKE ie CO.
SARATOGA SPRING WATER, Sold by all Druggists
Ir/3r - for sale by Dr. Robert Romer and S. S.
Hale yeu a hurt child or a lame horse? Use
the Mexican Mustang Liniment.
For cuts, sprain', burns, swellings and cakesi
breasts, the Mexican Mustang Liniment is a cer
For rheutnatism. neuralgia, stiff joints, stings
and bites, there is nothing like the Mexican Mus
For spavinedhorses, the poll.evil, ringbone and
sweeny, the Mexican Mustang Liniment never
For wind-galls, scratches, big-head and splint,
the Mexican Mietang Liniment is worth its
weight in gold.
Cuts, bruises, sprains and swelling!, are so
common and certain to occurin every that
a bottle of this Liniment is the best investment
that can be made.
' It ie. wore certain than the doctor—it covet
time in tending for the doctor—it•ia cheaper than
the doctor. and chou Id never be diepenced with.
"In liftinv: the kettle from the fire, it tippede
over and scalded my hands terri,ly. x • •
The Mustang Liniment ex tree:to' the pain,eaused
the sore to heal rapidly, and left very little sear.
Cif AS. FOSTER, 420 Broad et., Phila.
Mr. S• Litchi, of Hyde Park, Vt., writes: '•fly
horse was considered worthless, (sparin,) but
since the use of the Mustang Liniment., I have
sold him for .0150. Your Liniment is doing won
•lers up here."
All genuine is wrapped in steel plate engrav
ings, signed, G. W Westbrook, Chemist, and also
has the private U. S. stamp of llamas BARNES A.
Co: ever the top.
Look closely, and be not deceived •by
Sold by all Druggists, at 25, 50 ets , and $l.OO.
SARATOGA SPRING WATER, sold by all Druggists.
-For sale by Dr. Robert Horner and S. S.
It is a moat delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicatee Pcurf and dandruff.
rt keep the head root and clean.
It makes the hair rich, soft and glusey
It prevents hair turning gray and falling off.
It re.tures hair upon preen - aturely bald I,eadit
This is just what Lyon's Kathairon will do.—
It is pretty—it is cheap—durable. It is literally
ld by the car-lrad. and yet its almost incredi-
Or. demand is dailya increasing, until there is
hardly, a country store that does not keep it, or a
family that does not use it.
L. THOMAS LYON, Chemist, N. Y.
SA RATOG► SPAJNG WATER, sold by all Druggists
,Ver Ry sale by Dr. Robert Horner and S. S
Who would not be beautiful? 'Who would not
add to their beauty.? What gives that marble
purity and distingue appearance we observe up
on the stage and in the city belle ? It is no kinger
a secret. They use Hagan's Magnolia
Its continued nse removes tan, freckles, pimples,
and roughness, from the face and' hands, and
leaves thecomplezion smooth,transparent, bloom
ing and ravishing. tilike many cosmetics, it
contains no material injurious to the skin. Any
Druggist will order it for you, if not on hand, at
50 cents per bottle.
W. E. HAGAN, Troy, N. Y., Chemist.
DEMAS 'BARNES & CO., Wholesale Agents,
SARATOGA SPRING WATER, Sold by, all Druggists
Ilitr For sale by Dr. Robert Horner and S. S
Heimstreet's inimitable Hair Coloring is net a
dye. 411 instantaneous dyes are composed, of
lunar caustic ' and more or less destroy the
vitality and beauty of the hair. This is the
original Hair Coloring, and has been growing in
favor over twenty years. It restores gray hair
to its original color by gradual absorption, in a
.most remarkable manner. It is , also a beautiful
hair dressing. Sold in two sizes-50 @opts and $1
—by all dealers. C. HEIMSTREET, Chemist
SARATOGA SPRING WATER, sold by all Druggists
041...F0r sale by Dr. Robert Horner and S.'S
LTON'S EXTRACT OP PURR JAMAICA GINGER-.
for Indigeston, Nausess i ineartburn, Sick, Read,
sake, Cholera, Slorbus, Flatulency, to., white
warming stimulant is required. Its careful pre
paration and entire pttrity make it a cheap and
reliable article for culinary purposes. Sold eTery
wirre, at 50 cta. per bottle. Ask for "Lyon's"
Pare Extract. Take no other.
ARATOGA SPRIER WATER, sold by all Druggists
'For sale by S. S. FORNEY and Dr. R.
HORNER, Druggists, Gettysburg, Pa.
June 28, 1368. —eewly
'TO LADIES.—If you require a A
liable remedy to restore you, and remove Irregu
larities or Obstructions, why not use the bait ?
Thirty years experience has proved that
DR. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS.
have no equal for Removing Obstructions and Irregular
ities. No matter from what cause they arise. They are
rate and sure in eve ry case. Price. One Doflar,ner box-
DR. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PILLS,
Is %, remedy four degrees stronger than the above, and
intended for special MOB orlon standing.
Prit e, Five Dollars per box..
A Ladies' Private Cfrentar, with Soratinps, sent fre
If yon cannot „Ist the Pills of your druggist, send the
money to Pr. J. Bryan, 819 Broadway, New York, and
they will be sent free from observation by return o
/or sale id Emmlttsburg, Md.. by .T. Mein & CO.
A VOID THE QUACKS.—If you are suffering
'lli from the iffects.of Youthful Indiscretion
and halo Seminal Westin®", Ilisheloss, de., will mad
Ytmarte et charge, lukorumtiou *ld* If followed will
cure you wfthout the lid' f Vicinse. Address
IM MIX , Station D. New Nark.
Jan. DI, 1857,1 y
LOVE AND MAT :‘ ONY.—The
affeetkes of tb•Oppoidt• wsz be pined by fol
lowing simple flaw sad all may happily, It 4e
sired, without regardeo wealth, age ut • sy. awed di
rected envelope and ler pistil:ol44 to
Nadia LINILIZID" Bible N New Tort
' Jan. 104801.-1 y
DR. D. BRYAN, 0 ,, 1 , 1
. 819 Broadway,
SPIKIALTIRILI In ell omen et a
Scasal, Urin aryellt sad Narksa Mews kit nab or
Almon Ink 1 04 1 94 /9 1 / 89.991181991it
Jan. 10, . • • .
/CAM . If
THE GREAT CHOLERA
L 1866. L
frtm, WONwERFUL REMEDY was discovered an
11 troduced about twenty years ago by Dr. 6. Clieup
sus. an eminent Egyptian physician.
Ile had long seen and felt the want of come remedy
which would stelae at the root of disease, and so pre
vent Much of the suffering which the human family was
then compelled to endure.
This great question was presented to his mind every
day in vividcolors as he moved among thesick anddylaik,
and observed the inefficiency of tearly all the remedies
then in use. Thus he was led to think and experiment;
and after ten yetirs"study and labor, be presented to his
fellow-man the wonderful Zingari Bitter*. The effect of
this preparatieW in the prevention and cure of disease,
was so uttrvellotir and astonishing, that the most flatter
log marks of royakfavor Were bestowed upon him who
discovered it. Ills name was placed upon the Roll of
Nobles, and a goldinimial with the following inscription
—Dr: B.oheopints,' the Public illnefactor—was presented
to him by the Viceroy.
The preparation bas been used in several epidemics of
cholera, both as a preventive and curative measure, and
with such great success,that it has been introduced into
nearly all the general hospitals of the old world.
The obi saying that an ounce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure, applies with mariellous force to cholera,
and therefore any remedy that Mill protect us against
this terfible disease ehould be freely and persistently
All pathologiate now agree that thecholeta poison acts
on the system through the blood, and that any combina
tion which acts On Lilo-excretory organs, and keeps them
in working order, must prevent *sufficient accuninietion
of the poison torten itriterrible effects on the organism.
This is true not , only of cholera, but of nearly all other
maladiecespeclally the different forms of fever.
The Zinged Bitter' la just such a remedy ae the above
conditions regnire, It acts on the organsof excretion
and secretion, keeping up a perfect balance between
them. This Bitters is composed entirely of roots and
herbs, so nicelyconnoctedthat every organ is acted upon
aria put intone. its taste is pleasant and its effects
Numerous cases nf the following disessm, have hneu
cared by it: Cholera, Diarrhcra, Dysentery. dcrufula,
Typhoid and Typhus Fever, Fever. Ague, Nervous De
bility, Anaemia, Female I rregularities,Dyspepaia,Flatu
lency, Colic, &c.
Price One Dollar per quart Bottle.
Principal Depot at the Walnut street wharf, Harris
Sold by DruguistoAlotelkeepersandOrocersgenerally.
lift,DEO. F. KALB 1 , LEI li sole Agent fur Gettysburg.
P. "[MITER, Bole Proprfetor
May 2,9 1887. Harrisburg, Pa
IMPORTANT TO ;INVALIDS ! !
From Pi/Imam:try 'Aissas,s, _Verrone Debility. Female
Wed/messes.W Chronic Disorder, of any na
ture, and all Who's Vita( Forces are
depressed, rendering necessary
A Nervous 'Tonic and Invigorator,
- Are earnest ly recommended to see
H Y POP H SPH ITE S
LIME AND SODA,
THE SPECIFIC REMEDY 1..0R
Para/yak Lox of Appetite, ch1,,r 0 4. 1 ,
Marasnius, Wasting. Liver ,ail
neY ()implair, Rickets, In , bg y
of Nursit and Pregnancy,
• .4 , ttyt ail
DISORDERS OF THE LUNGS
4 - This Lerned y. has been test,' for ten years, r itb
"HE LILTS C 7 PARE LLEL EL IN THE ANNA LE Oi]IELICIY L" Its
notion Is TWO-FULD , and SPEcI TIC: OH the e bard. N
CREASIN, THE PILININYLR that con 4 titutea N ER VOUN EN
EKGI and On tilt.; 'other. are the )1(19T POWERFUL
BLOOD Si EN ERATiNt; AGENTS ENJOIN. By a timely
n.. 0 of it In the incipient stages of Consumpti..n . "Cure
he the fine. sad perath the Ex,epti. , a." THY IT.-4.t1
109_,PRICES: In 7 and If—oz Bottles, it atd
or six. inuall Bottitm for $3, by expr,..
44 Circulars and Advice Free—f r
Sold by all reepe,tahle Drngnistx,und xt tho
Sale Deptt in the I..Thatal State+, by the Matilasetueore..).
WINCIIF:STER d Cu.. s'; Ji , Ln .t., NC., t,. wh m, nti
urorr. +holi id t114,1:,,,,d
Marl 14, 1667.-1 y
PER MANENTL eui:1•:l' 1"
Sheldon's Dyspepsia Troches.
A Permanent Cure or tile .11 , , iLey I,Y-f un ded
THESE Trochee not only give immediate relief
but are soru to effect a permanent cure for
Llyepepsia. They are nut a purgative, awl therefore,
their use does not create a necessity fur the habitual use
of Cathartic. Thely calls- 00 sickness of the stomach. or
griping, of the lidireile, and are perfectly tvernilese to. the
They will immediately correct a sour stomach, cure
flatulence, heartburn. sic kn.,' to pain in the stoned,
contiveneas, b.•lchiug of wind. liver complaints. headache
and In fact all those disi.tcree ado and dangerous symp
toms of this disease ; which unfit one for the ;down en
and duties 14 life.
Weak and delicate per.d, who hare been injured I.y
the use I.f powerful .tinink nt• and put gat', es w ill And
theta a mild, safe and sure restor,r e.f the dl,zoea ye or.
guns to their original strength ni,l vigor.
Prerattreil 1.4 , 1r 1y by the Prl,prlet , r,
N 71's Ninrkr•
IMA D. Buehler, Druggist, Gettysburg, Aft
or Adams Co. ,June'_', 1.0,65.
N) moRE hi'Ll) HEADS:
ELECTRIC HAIR RENEWER.
IS pronounced by all who have used
it the very best prepar.tion for the Mir." It 18 a pd
'Rive cure for lishin”.s, eraiicutee Dandruff and Humors.
stops the hair from falling out. And speedily restur,
Gray Loiitt to their original hue and luxuriance.
Itofterates on the secretions, and fills the glands wit h
new life and coloring matter. Thin, dead, faded or gray
hair will always be brought bac!: by a few applications,
to its youthful abundance, ettallty and color.
It Shakes the hair ooft, glosayl fragrant, pleasant to the
touch and eaay to arrange. •tr wiry, and intractable
locks become moist, pliant. and digested to remain in any
desired position. As a hair drhssing it has no equal.
The sales are enormous, and It is a universal favorite
Wath old and young Loth sexes.
Sold by Druggists thrhughout the :United States. Ad
dresellill orders to ZIEGLER R SMITH,
SolePinprietors,l3l North Third Street, l'hiladeiphla.
Dec: 19, 1867,-1y
G OOD NEWS FOR NIOTIIERS !
, • ~
THERS, are you otilareeseti with anxiety fhr your
little ones? Are your sionibere and heart* broken by
their cries? Do ;you wake in thWrnorning nnrefreehed and
apprebenelve? I feo, procure at once a bottle of Dr. Le
on's Infant Remedy, and you will hitv no more weary
hours of watching and anxiety
DR. LRON'S INFANT RRII.RDY
has stood the test of years. Thousands amines and 310-
there bear witness that it never falls to give relief if need
in ammo. It Is a mild, yet sure and speedy mire for
Colic Cramps and Windy Paine, and is invaluable for 'All
complaints incident to Teething.
Sold by Druggists throughout the 11. States. Address
all orders toi Ilk GLER SMITH,
Sole Proprietors. 187 North Vird Street, Philadelphia.
plarch 19, 1967.—Stn.
YOUNG MEN, the experience of
past ten years has demonstrated the fact that re
Rance may be placed In the efficacy of
BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS,
for the speedy and permanent cure of Semites] weakness,
Emissions, Phyeicil and Nervous - debility, Impotence. or
want of power, the result of Sexual .Excess, or Youthful
Indiscretion, which neglected, ruins the happiness, and
unfits the sunset. for Business, Social Society or Mar
riage. and often terminates in an untimely grave Make
no delay in seeking the remedy. It is entirely vegeta
ble and harm lei on the syateni , can be used without de
tection or interference with business pursuits, and no
change of diet le necessary while using them. Price, One
If you connot, get them of your druggist, send the
money to Dr. J.Dryan, 819 Broad Way, New York, end
they will be sent free from observation by return of mail
Private Circnfart to Gent/emen sertfireetn application
For sale in liMmittsburg, Md., by A. T. Stein k Co,
Jan. 10, 1887.-ly
FOR THIS CURS OF
PUTRID SORE THROAT, INFLUENZA,
if not of too loot statiding. Also, SCARLET7EVER.—
THOIiSA.NDS OF OASES,
In differentparteoftbeconutry,and hasneverbeenk flown
to taint takeniltime andaccording to directions. It is
warranted Oen e. Giveit a trial audit will speak for it
self. &very ho ehold should provide tifemselves with a
boSofthismedicineandkeep it on hands. Thee urestbat
it hu effected are truly marvel Ons.
.Prepared and told by Islam, Yount& Co., Getty's
burg,Pa.,or by theiranthorised agents: Norealeat neer
ly ellthe Stores in Adantscounty.
mar. 804886-tf Isuen YOUNT & CO.
ITCH! ITCH ! ! ITCH!! !
soßATetri SCRATCH I SCRATCH I—WHIIATON'S
OIN'TIONT will cure the itch in 48 hours. Also, cures
SALT RHEUM, ULCERS, CHILBLAINS. end ail =OP
TIONS OF THS SKIN. Price 80 cents, Air sale by all
Druggists. By winding 80 cents to WBRII. A' POTTER,
Bole Agents, 170'WasItington street, Boston, it will be
lbrwarded by mi4ll, free ofPostage, to, , any part of the
United States. i -
E . ‘
parEsi D. PAPE, M. D. ,
Broadway New.Tork laving foe yelllll made db.
mass of women speciality in Study l a nd practice, with
marked prof . . . I success, devotee IA time fl ow mostly
to odic, practice , correspondence with h numerous
patrons tbsou , • . t the United States. es can con
fidentially sddr him on the most delicate initilect, and
~ d prompt reply. Exollose stamp for pos.
tolls. (Feb. Sil..-3m
°lran , I LD'S Extract! Sarsaparilla
alarm . renovates the blood; instills the vigor
into , e syitem, and purges oat the human
r the tip ng months, the system man
s change, and lielmbold's Highly
otßarsapstils ts in assistant at the
"roast tabu. •
larEtsitth D'S Conceuttated Utraet
jut; • • is thseteat Blood Punier. i
RING'S VEGETABLE AMBROSIA
FOR GRAY HAIR.
RINGS To RINGS
RINGS Restore RINGS
RINGS tirity•Rair to its RINGS
RINGS Original color, Erad- RINGS
RINGS lento Dandial and RINGS
RINGS 1 VensTAALa A bIBROSOL RINGS
IS WARRANTED. J RINGS
RINGS - 'lnward trein the RINGS
RINGS 5e...11. and pre- RINGS
RINGS sent Baldness. RINGS
RINGS TRY A BOTTLE! RINGS
. RINGS RINGS
This is the AMBROSIA that Bing made. •
This le thiiture that lay
In the AMBIVINA that Ring wade.
This is the Man oho was bald and grey,
Who new has raven Tucks, that say •
He need the Cure that Lay
In the AMBROSIA that Iti4gronule.
This is the Maiden, handsome an gay,
Who married the man once bald ind gray
Who non. has raven locks; they say.
Ile used the AM OHO:AA that thug Made.
This is the Perron, who, by the way.
Mairiod the Maiden. handsome and gay,
to the Mau once bald and gray,
But who now has raven locks, Clay sty, s.
Because he used the Cure that bay
In the AMBROSIA that Ring wade.
This hs the Bell that Huila away
Tuaruuse the people, sad mud gay.
Unto this tact which here sot. lay--
It you would out be bald or gray,
tee the A 3181t0,1A [bat Ring wade.
E. M. TUBBS Proprietura. Peterberu . N. II
TLIE GOLDEN TABLitT
AN INFII,LUILSKENIEUV VOlt
Salt Rheum, t.3ysipdas, and all t'atuneoal Erup,
lions . ; Old 501 . t.10 GiCeTA, Sore Lips, Sore Epc.:,
Sure Niptslea, r.S.is.fugy, Pimples, Burns, Scalds,
Ulcerated Virltat, l'iles, catarrh, Poison
of ti l e fry, qsa, Sumach, (I.e. .11so for
LIXCORRIIEA, At ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES.
This is one of theAie, t ez-eruordinary Remedies ever
salecovereil , pr.iltl: ' wonderful resullt in all coast
Where it can be need I tertian) , or internally, as a lot,ion,
injection, or gargle., i Lencorrhea it ads lad magic.
coring the worst cam nn a few , Jaye, -or its many pre
ventive and curativl- i t a render it twit.rpensaitde to Peery
adult perxon ,WU . 0, _P for which See the Circu
lar. seal J roe ta all. :
Price $1 A Lox l 6ii ' zee for V', by mail. Sold by the
Proi.net,rs. J. WIN ESTEIt a Co. S.A. :Id John lit,
N. 1. , to n horn all . 6 elluuld be lohlrealed.
Nl:Lich 14, 1 , 7.—1" ,T.
E L N "' , 13 U L D. ' S
4 a _
CoNCEN' ED FLUID EXTRACT
SAIt . 'l'Altl I, L A
... ,: I •
Erri.licy les lirupt • r.- 1 : 4 f':,. rel.'', Dis•ds” of llie Throat,
Nei', Eye dlidi. ..Sc.ilp. and S:, n,
%1 loch ... 411.1i,,n41.'1;i.• :,1,1,,,trar,,, Pa rr.and the evil
41— •0 o 1 Men-cry. allol ormL,' , ia 4 4.! tarn' . .. the remnant..
1.1 Dr-ease,. l&redifet' -) ' ,ir other% i.e. and 1, taken by
Adults and ChnerertAvitii perfect Safety.
'D.,. Tableop.. , utille of the Extract of Saraaparillu.
added to .... 1/111l ufi water, is elual to the Lie bun Diet
Drink, and tme I..atVe ialeltial t., a gAlll/II of the Syrup
of ~ ,a rdaintrl I la. isr tki dq..tivn , an 11411eilly Towle.
Au I uterg,tlng Lotter, il pllblibillta to the. Medico.k.'llir-
TirgTcal Rev lew. On ar 60 J,L ,. f the Extract of &:A
nna, in eel lam effrcii... by ISesijarmil Traver.. 1. E. S.
etc. StA,Alilfl.: of flier .101 , liallb, And 11111tAVNS arising
from the ex. can of niurcury, h, states that no remedy is
equal to the En tact ,1 Sat eaparilla : its power is extra
ordinary, noire so than ally other drug I am acqlllllTlt
ed with. It ii. to the .trictr,t truce. 4 [...ac with this
invaluaLle alt rl Lute. that it I, nppixable to a elate ui
Ike 'y.11,, m. , ellllktli, AL.I vet so :ratable as y eyelets
o ther sut,..t.-inces of the t,r.it . otao , Utia'ailable or thjur•
CONCENTRATED EXTRACT I'AItz'..tPARILLA
Establtsbed upwards ~ f lY years. Prepared 1.,
uz.e.et 4, 1 1.1. /1.1%e ty.
elfirS..l4 1,1 1 4 , le. --ty
WTINCIIESTER'S SPECIFIC PILL
A ttrmie.l 1/. Inv pt.I. , T•E r rlthriv nr
nn/y/ Ft/ i/ •••/ tt,d. ?••••••• ••• ./g1; 111 Chart.,
ter three ynorr./inr enr”lai,nt whir!,
are Ile orow•illeorrs nt - :.-recirtc
PILL con tam, FP. M.roury. Ir'u, Cantharnieg. or any in
jurlon. U-•. 1 In c.,ljunctinn lb.. By
rophotphifte. I: a ill r.—lore the ("anti , Potter , all Cares
Of Irnjo•i , ~ r.ol •/1-1•
CS - A N V,"11-1 EATIS E.
Giving the Ile ••t , 111 t • ~f
CAL DEL:II.Ir 4,1 .ilflererei ul
either sex. •
Prcr,si t•• 5 fur I:. 01.1 by
zy, , t , y the PT,,pl teter, .
I:llEz'T.}:7t Lt CI t. addrrsirti
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Sup: - .11,1 St , ,ren. l'uat Other, Commission
BrnkerN . Insurance. Itailroall, Steamboat, and
Telegraph Others. &c., combining
THEORY AND PRACTICE
Students sir th , roughly in,tructed in all the branches
pit A (17 U.SI NEs.s 4 D T LOA;
Including 110.. k 1. ,, ep10g. Penmanship. Arithmetie.Corn—
morcial Law. P.ditical Economy. Luniness Correspond—
enre. the Art of Detecting Cunterfeit Money, Railroad.
ing, St eaultsuati ng. Telegraphing,
PRACTICAL BANKING, &c
STUDENTS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME,
And complete a full course in ftoni II , IIIT toiwzlTZ weeks
Pays all expenses for Tuition, Books, Blanks, said Dip
For Penmanship, Steambriating, Railroading, Banking
or Diploma. as in other College, FRU LIStIONS daily in
Penmanship to all stndentii in the Commercial Depart
FOR CIRCULARS, giving full information. apd con
taining a complete outline of our system of Practical flu
idness Education, together with
from 'Practical Business Men, Merchants, Bantam, Book
Address the, Principals.
- - - -
Dec. 13, 1866.-Iy.
AT CARLISLE, PENNA
HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO YOUNG MEN CONTEMP-
LATINO A BUSINpa EDUCATION,
TO know that this Institution em
ploys none but competent instructors in every de
partment, and a sufficient number to insure individual
instruction to all of its students, and being connected
with "Dickinson College," enables it to present combined
facilities of the highest order, while the current ex
penses attending a course here, are from 50 to $lOO lees
than at similar Institutions in large cities. We think
that when these facts are properly understood by those
who contemplate entering an institution of this order,
they will not be long in deciding in favor of Carlisle.
The following course of Instruction should commend
itself to all, who desire that kind o f information most re
quisite to prepare them for any of the business pursuits
'Single and Double Entry as applied and practiced id'
the various department/ of Trade and Commerce, and
Banking HOllllO6 of the country.
Practical and Ornamental of imperlor Style—giving
special attention to proper movement, in the formation
and combination o flatten, and thereby Insuring to ev
ery student a good Current Hand.
Including the most approved and beet adapted methods
for all liminess calcalatione—Mental end Written.
Taught with special reference to correct Composition,
without which no student will be qualified to assume the
duties of a drat clan accountant.
Taught In classes, using "Dean's Treaties" ars Text
Book, embracing the most important legal information
fbi a business man to possess.-
BFBINESS FORMS AND COWLS/WORD/MOIR,
are dilly practiced In the Actual Blliirlelle Department,
where the students in connection with their duties eon
duct an extensive correspondence, and make out all
Porms from a Receipt, to •judgment Note.
Phonography or Short Hand Writing, Ornamental Pen
manship, Pee Drawing , Teiegrgphing, Natural Philos°.
Phy, Geometry, Algebra, Ac, ao.
we invite an impartlalinvestlipttkm of our facilities,
lbt imparting sound faurction in the blanche, enamor
air Students enter at i ray time, and panne tbete mares
ir r i t r in f tn iki lenli ee Pti parti ". calm, writs and the Circular.
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chart, written out, wit all inquiries answered and like.
nesti enclosed, sent by mail on receipt of price above men
tiohed. The strictest steresy will Le maiuMined, and all
correspondence returned or destroyed. References of the
highest ordez furnisbod those desiring them Write
plainly the day of the month and year in ...re
burn, enclosing a 511.11 lock of heir.
Add, eel, i 'MADAME' II .t l',: It RIG,
Throw away your fat., frizzea. your .w your wig—
DeAtructive of comfort, and not worth a fil.
route itged, acme youthful. corny ugly aiol
And rejoice in your ow., luxitriaut heir.
REPA It? TOR CAPILL I.
For tcs[uring hair noon loth! Iseabi from whatever
Cause it may have fallen out and furl nags grew tit of
hair - upou the face, it has rail equal. it will roue the,
beard to gr..' Upon the Aur.othest in front five to
eight weeks, or lino- upon bald heads , In from two to
three months A few R;tiffrant practitioners have aiwort
ed that there 14 uothaig that will force or hasten the
growth of the hair or beard. Their ssaerthirla are Wise.
se thousands of living wit fleeces I tro:u their own experi
encejcau bear witness. But znaoy w.lf any. how are we
to distinguiali the genuine from the spurious? Itf cer
tainly is difficult, as nine•tenths or the different PreParne
lions advised fair the hair and beard are entirely worth
lean, and you may have already thrown away large a
mounts in their purchase. To sacs we would say, try
the Reparator Capilli: it will cost you nothing unless it
fully comes up to our repreeentatione. If your Druggist
does not keep it, fiend us one dollar and we will forward
it, poetpaid.together with a receipt for the money, which
will he returriedyou in application. providing entire sat.
isfaction ii not given. Address,
W. L. CLARK A CA, Chemists,
N 0.3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. Y.
For P,trling the Hair of either ..x into Wary
owl Gt0. , ..v Itinglet4 or Ifeuy—,
.31 , mx ee Carts.
this artidm La di re and Gentlemen can beau
tify [lwo, sel vt— x the usaud lerld. It is the only article in
tae would that will ~orl straight hair, and at the same
time ;five it 0 beautiful, g losny appearance. the Crimper
Coma not only ,•orla the hair, but invigorates. beautifies
and demo., it; in highly and deligtatolly perfumed, and
in th e article of the kind ever offered to
the American punlic. The Crisper Coma will be sent to
any and peetpaid for
Addre, all .order• to
L. CLA IIK k CiL.ChemieLs.
No. 3 West Fuyet to rttrceLL , yracuse, N.Y.
Feb. Su7.- y
, XCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR !
TO ally. this invaluable depilatory re.
coalmen... it —ll4O. being au almost in iln.i.ensible article
to female t eauty, eavdy applied, does not burn nit injure
the akin. but acts directly CoD the roots. It i. warranted
t remove .I.perfluou, hair from low forebeadc or from
any part of the tedy. completely, totally and radically
extirpating the tame, leaving the bkin soft, smooth and
natural. line 1, the only article used by the French. and
is the only real etl•-'tual depilitory in existence. Price
75 cents per package. tent poet-paid, to any addreaa, on
receipt of an order. try
LIERG lOt, SHUTTS k CO., Chemists,
2f.5 River St., 'troy. N. T.
When by the JoisviLLE's ELIXIR you
can be CUrrdi perin.theritly, And at a trifling cest.
The n4ton iso ing MUCCI.,I whirl, Lan attended this inval
uable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weaknean. Gen
eral Der ility ar,d Prostratian, Loma of Muscular Energy,
frupotency, or any of the cure+elueuces of youthful indts
cretin. renders it the most valuable preparation ever
It will remove all nervousaffections. depression. excite
ment, 1141paCity to isto.ty or business, loss of memory,
confusion. thoughts of self-destruction, fear. of insanity,
&c. It will re.tore the appetite. renew the health of
those Yr ho have destroyed it by sensual excessor evil prac
Young Men. be humbugged nn more by '•Quack Doc
tors- and ignorant practitioners, but send without delay
for the Elixir, and be at once restored to health and hat,
pines.. A Perfect Cure is Guaranteed in every instance.
Price, $l. or four bottlot to one addreso3.
One bottle is sufficient toylike( a cure in all ordivar
ALSO, DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for the
speedy and pediment cure ilGnmurrhea,Gleet, Urethral
Divher;; es, Gravel. Stricture. and all affections of the
Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected In from one to flee
daye. They are prepared from vegetable extracts that
are harmless on the system. and never nauseate the
stomach impregnate the breath. No change of diet is
necessisry 1.5 ile using them, nor does their action in any
manner interfere with business pursuits. Price, SI, per
EitbAr of the abuse-mentioned artlcles will be sent to
any addrepi.closelv sealed, and p.ot-paid. by mail er ex,
receipt of price. Address All orders to
BERG ET:. SIICTTS .4k CO.. Chemists,
Feb. 1567.--ly No. 5.5 Rivet Street Trcty, N. Y.
There cometh glad tidings of to ali,
To young and to old, to great and to small.
Tice beauty which once was no precious and rare,
Is free for all, and all may be fair.
By the we of
For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion.
The moat valuable and perfect preparation in use, fut
giving the skin a beautiful pearl-like tint that is only
found in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freeklhs, Pim
plea, Bldtchcri, Moth Patches, Sallowness. Eruptions, and
all impurities of the skin. k indly healing the same leav
ing the skin white and clear as alabaster. it. =eosin not
be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a vegetable
preparation is perfectly harmless. It lathe only article
of tbe kind us d by the French, and is considered by the
Parisian as Indispensable to a perfect toilet. Upwards of
30,000 bottles were sold during the past year, a sufficient
guarantee of its efficacy. Price only 75 cents. Sent by
mail, post-paid, on receipt of an order, by
BEIiGER, SHIITTi & CO.. Chemists.
Feb. 29,15567.-1 y 255 River Street, Troy, Y.
WHISKERS AND MUSTACHES !
F ORCED to grow upon the smoothest face in from three
to five weeks by using Dr. SEVIONE'S RESTAURA
TEUR CA P I LLAI RE, the most wonderful discovery in
modern science, acting upon the Board and Hair in an
almost miraculous manner. It has been used by the elite
ot Paris and London with the most flattering anccess.=
Names (Jail purchasers will be registered, and if entire
satisfaction is not given in every Instance, the money
will be cheerfully refunded. Price by mail, sealed and
postpaid, $l. Descriptive circulars and.testimonials mail
ed free. Address BEROER, SHUTTS k CO., Chemists,
No.:MS River Street, Tr y, N. V., Sole agents for the
United States. fFeb.:.*3,1887.-ly
SMITH 1 COWLEY,
Auburn, Golden, Flaxen & Silken Curia,
pRODUCID by the use of Prof. DEBREUX' FALSER
LE CLIEVEUX. One application warranted to curl
the most straight and stubborn hair of either sex into
wavy ringlets, or heavy massive curls. Iles been used by
the fashionables of Paris and London, with the most
gratifying results. Does no injury to the hair. Price by
mail.sealed and post-paid, $l. Descriptive Circulars mail•
ed free. Address BERGER, SHUTTS a CO., Chemists,
N 0.285 River Street, Troy, N. Y., Sole agents for the
United States. [gab 28, 1867.-ly.
H. F. DEBRING & BRO.,
FREDERICK CITY, MD .,
ESPEOTFULLY inform the pub
lic that they ire prepared to FRESCO CHURCII•
E 9, HALLS, PRIVATtAESIDENCRS, kc., In the most
approved styles, modern o'Sancient. All work warranted
to give satisfaction as to take, durability and cheapneas.
April 25, 1867.—em
D OTY'S CLOTHES' WASHER
Otrevsetrao, Pa., Jan.B, 1808.
Having used DOTY'S cvronEr WASHER, and thor
oughly tested it, we have no esitstiemin endorsing it as
the but Washing Machine yet produced. It ie simple in
construction—biessily worked, and does its work well,
without injury to clothing. An ordinary washing, re
quiringennally 8 to 10 hours labor at the Wash-tub, caa
readily be done with the aid of Doty's Washer and the
Uninerrai clothes' Wringer, in one•third the time—
economising time, labor, soap, fuel, 2o.,—avoiding the
necessity of Wash-tubs, and enabling the person working
to go through with a washing without wetting them—
selves a the floor. It really merits all the good that eau
be said of It. We do not think that any family, atm Wit
tcsting it, would dispense with it.
Mrs. D. A. BIIBEIRR,
B. G. PAHNBETOOK,
A. M. HUNTER,
W. O. ETALLEMITR,
R. D ARMOR,
. M. J. BARBI:STOCK.
FROM REV. L. BOOM RUMP Or TRH M. B
R.C. Itiowtram—Dear dir;—We Uke oar Machine
much ; could not be persuaded to do without la end with
the aid ofDokmwe fail that we are muters of the posi
tions. On our occulott, the elms were prepared, bat
the wuherwoman Ogled us. were not to be di
ed that way. took bold (whi of course I- should n• t
have if we had hid no machine), and In 2M hours we'ut
through eleven dozen pieces; many of which were I
and they ware , well date, too. We wish 7 00 5 " .
C. H. Buehler, corner Carlisle and It R is the
gent ibi• the sale or the Universal Wringer and Doty 's
wmhin a t Macaty ,
ine. in Adams coun, Pa.
BROOM, HANDLES FO SALE,
Wbolatali of Ratan, at the Lam ; Yard of
MADAMS H. A. PEII,RIGO
P. 0. 1 rarer Yu. Radar. , , N V
Oh: .he W. beautiful and fair.
W!th starry es. and radiant h air.
Win,se c tailing tendrils poll. entwined
Ent hairiol the very heart and mind.
11.41 R EXTERMINATOR 1
Fur Re. wiring .S'aperfluous Hair.
.S' UFFE R MORE
WHITE LIQUID -ENAMEL,
TITE BEST IN MARKET.
READ TUE FOLLOWING RadE;TEETIIdONY
J ULES JARED'S
'•EMAIL DE PARIS."
THE NEW BEAUTIFIER OF THE SKIN.
Testimonials from Celebrated Lad ! :
The secret of beautifying the skin being known only to
Messrs. Jared £ Rene, they honorably stale that it differs
from all other peparations. It gives to the ; most harsh
and freckled skit both the texture mid color of polished
Ivory, remov in all disco4oratlons whether appearing as
freckles, tan, merphew, moth, or Madmen= specks, and
is especially successful in smoothing oat the marks left
by Small Pox.
The agents of L'Entail de Paris" most confidently sub•
mit,to the pnblit the earnest enderseminta of inch dis
tinguished ladle* m
SIGNORA RISTURI., Mlle FELICITA VESTYAII, Mies
MAGGIE MITCHELL. Mrs. D. P. SOWER.". LH-
CIi.LE WESTERN, Mad. PONISI, Mrs. Fano. •
WA! LEE, LUCY RUSHTON, NOEMIE •
• DE MARGUERITTES, MN AG
and motor others, whose high standing in the profession
gives the stamp of truthfulness to their intelligent and
The. Beautiful Lucille Western says :• 4 ••
find that the "Email" prodaces all the brilliancy. of
rouge and filly-lhl tit. with the great and pecullaradvan
nine oftotal hartalesoneas. It really adds to the softness
cod beauty of the akin..
The Magnificent Vestvali says :
I have suffered so much from the virious white loticins.
Ac., which my theatrical profession obligee me to use,
that I consider it a perfect benefazilon to find ■ prepare
t iou • hich glees the neceseary wh4ettessto the skin,and
leaved the skin cool and smooth.
Mies Maggie Mitchell says :
I ill",trial the (Orin beautifier, +1; Email de Paris."
and found that ittnetantly iniparts'a nntural.blootu
trshnes to the complexion.
'•Jnral Entail de Paris," is used as a deli Cate beaUtlfier
of the skin f.r•Theatre, Saloon or Bail Room. by the most
relined and .crupulous ladle.: producing all ;he beauti•
f. ing effects:tit - taiga and lilly white, without their vulgar
re or inquiry to [ha skin.
Sold I.y all II rst-claas Druggists, PTrturners andtadiee
1.. Imbeao Broadway; Den:int - Barnes Co..* and F.
C. Well. Sew York, and Eugene Jon lee. 111 South
Tenth Stt eet, and Johnston, Ilulluviay & Cowden, Phila
delphia, Aoenta JARED k RENE,
General Agents and Importers, New York.
Jan. 24, Pitl7.-tlin
The i 'HINGABORA TOBACCO grows from the rich soil
of the —ORIENT," and is possessed of 1 peculiarly delici
aus flavor entirely unknown to the tobaccos of all other
climes. But itn unprecedented popularity has sptupg
(run the fact of the entire absence of that deadly pot-
Nicorin, which permeate.. every other tobacco, and
which to the tine and sole cause of the distressing tier
voos diseases. dyspepsia. &c.. whigh moot invariably,
sooner or later, 'follow the indulgence of the pipe sod
rigar. At the recent analyzation of tobacco from all
parts o fill(' world, at the Academy of Sciences, in Peri+.
the renowned Chemist, M. LAMOCREAtI, declared that
while European and American tobacco OW/tined fully
per cent., and the purest Havana tibost4o from two
to tire per ceut.of Nientoi. the CHINGA KORA did not
coo trio one discoverable particlauf that deadly .potion.
a drop o I which. extracted. will destioy life.
Our Agent at BOMBAY has slipped us large quanti
ties of the CUING A ROKA during the past tyro years.and
although we blare Lee❑ pressed to supply the demand fur
this delicious luxury t• the vetenm smoker. yet we are
now prepare.' to offer it in unlftnited quantities, at a
price much lower than some American tobacco of a fur
A connoiseur has but to smoke the American tobacco
and segars, which are invariably chemically favored, to
be disgusted with the medicinal taste which leaves a
nauseous, ociheitithy.coating in th, mouth, and in time
seldom Cid , . to shatter the nervous system.
The natives at the '•ORI ENT" smoke the CIIINOA•
KORA front courts till nigh:. from youth to age, and are
happily fificfiliscibus of the wild, distressing fire which
courses•thrbugh the'veins of the inhaler of the fumes of
tobacco ct undoing N . /vain.
We invite every brier of the 'seed VI , try the CIIINGA
-1:011A and guarantee unprecedented pleasure In its de
lieu ii flavor. it
everwhere. . _
EL) Hs; M. COOK k CO.
SA? Age On and impofrri of the
BACCU /4.U.! Cntrod Salt , / and Canada',
and Dmitri! in an Aind." nj
Hay aria and American Segarm and Tobacco
• MAIN DEPOT.
197 DUANE ST., NEW YORK
G REAT CONUNVAGO MILLS.
1312SUEL9 OF WHEAT STE')
The unlersigned i having remodeled and improved
his mills near New Chester, ( firruerly called -Walnut
B r ove,” but now "Great Conowatto 311116"1 is prepared
to do all kinds of work in hie line with inusuel dispatch.
coneienOy on hand. for sale or exchaNgerthe very best
,inalitie,f.,f Super, Katra, and Family FLOUR, also Rye.
C-ru and Buckwheat Flour, with every variety of Chop
and offal of a heat.
Having, a SAW MILL attached, he in prepared to saw
all kinds of lumber, at the ehortent flatlet.. A farmer iti
need of lumber and Sour, can put a log upon his wagon.
throw a few bushels of wheat on the top. have the wheat
exchanged for ttmr. Anil the log sawed, thus saving a
doable trip—and all because of the new awl perfect ma,
chluery n.,w employed in these mills.
Having the best of workmen he will be able to please
every body. Thankful :or past favors he hop. fur a con.
tinuance•of the same. IL J.
New Cheater, Apri l rid. IS6 Iy.
J. W. C. SEITZ. H. F. T. BUCKINGHAM
J. W. C. Seitz & Co.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS k MANUFACTURERS OF
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF,
No. 164 Fran - kin St.
BETWEEN G REENE AND PACA STREETS,
"QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS!"
S;irSuper;or IMPORTED CIGARS, tine CREWING TOBACCO,
and LEAF ~v ery deacrlpt ion. wit h a general aasortnient
of tpes, Snuff 13,,,xeat, Fancy Articlesotc.
The bemt and rhealpest for the consumer ere there man
Shingling. Lathing. Clem and Broad, made of the ba•et
cast-steel and warranted an good or better than any others
made in the United States, and sold at much lower prices
than other really brat-class hatchets. They are temper
ed by one of the firm, 8. J. Tongue, who poesesese a
peculiar faculty that might be called
STEEL ON THE BRAIN,
which has given his tools a great celebrity in these parts
Nos. 33 and 35 Richmond street ; the red cars up Third
street cross Richmond, tear the works.
May 29, 1567.--$3
SILVER'S WASH POWDER
SAVES Time, Lahr, Money. Makes Washing a pail ,
time. and Monday a festival. Sold everywhere. Try It
Address all orderstu the Manulacturera,
ZIEG LIM AND SMITH, .
Chemists and Wholesale Druggists,
137 'North Third Street, Phlludelphis
QOMETHING WONDERFUL for
the MILLION—:aII may be rich, wise and happy.—
Agents wanted. Enclose stamp for particulars. 11. Catty,
14 Bleecketst., NeW York. [Bel).
J. W. Bradley's celebrated pent
(OR DOUBLE SPRING)
Tai Woanzerut Puma:till and ,gleat COMPORT dull
PLEAS ulz toauy LADY wearing the DcVd.a Eturvic SKIRT
VIII be experienced particularly in all crowded •ssas-
BUM, OPERAS, CARRIAGES, EA/LROAD CARS, CRURCH Paws,
Ass CHAIRS, for Psostssans and Hones DIME, as the
Sitar can be FOLDED when In use to °cruet a small PLACE
as easily and conveniently ass flux orMustin Dams, an
In valuable quality in crinoline, not found In any Single
A LADY having enjoy ed the ri.teetritil, CONFOIT, and
great Commix:we of oaring the DUPLEX ELLIPTIC Snit
ePHINGI Sitar for a SINOLS DAY, will never afterwards
willingly dispense with their use FOTCHILDRION, *MTN
and YOUNG LAMB they are superior to all others,'
They will not BIND or 13eZdI like the Single /Spring,
but will P zzzzz VA their PARATCI and osAcuriii, ours
when three or (our ORDINARY SKIRT& will Ave been
renown Amos as camas. Toe Iloorsare covered with
DOUBLE Aeri•rwierio TEZZAD, and the SoTron&ons are not
only double !Wrings, but twice (or dotible)ooVlMED: pre.
venting them Irma wearing out when dtgsing down
stoops, stairs, Ac.
TO e Duple; Elliptic is a vest favorite with all ladles
and ienniversally recommended by the F•autou 111. to•
ALINES as the STANDARD SKIRT orrifs FASHIONA.
To enjoy the following inestiglable advantages in
Crinoline, TIN :IUPIIIIOI . QUALITY, PERPACT NANI/PACTURZ,
STYLISH CHAPS and FINISH, 1/LRIPEAD/S, DOLLS//n; COS*
FORT and RCONOXY, enquire for ,r. W. BLADLIT'II Duns:
&Lorne, or Double Spring Skirt and beau?' you get the
genuine article. '
CAUTION.—To guard ag..,..fn ' st IMPOSITION to par
ticular to NOTICE that skirts offered as "DUPLEX"
have the red ink stamp, vi J. W. Bradley's Duplex
Elliptic SteelSpringe, 'n n the waistband—moue others
are genuine. Also Noti that every Hoop Will admit a
pin being passed thew the centre, thus revealing the
two (or double) sprig braided togethsh ., therein, which
Ii the secret of their FLEXIBILITY 154 erIINOTII, and a
combination not to !band In any other ilinur.
FOR SALB In alYStores where PLUM CLAMS skirts
are sold tbroughrsit the United States and eisewlAre.
Manufactured by the Sole Owners of th• Patent,
WESTS, BILADLST k CART,
I, ,L bers and 711 A 81 Riede Sts., New Turk.
62,8.: HOOP SKIRTS. 628.
NSW a nn.il STYLED, "Our own Mae."
- L , , MB G every New and Desirable alas, style
-" 8 pe of lain and Trail Hoop 81tirta.-2,
R 3 N, 3 1 eland 4 Yde., yreund t every lava an
Mew wales ; n every respect lint otusaityo l nd oppw a n y
adipted to Met the wa sja of /Int Ol& at and mat lash- • 4.
. • Tradet, . • ,
~ O ur own__ make," °Moot; Skirts, ers lighter, more du, f
table, and EtfallyChesper than any other make ofelther
Blitele or Double Spring Skirt In the Amarkon Market,. 1
They are Warranted In every respect, ,anrhprherembe tn. .
traduced give general Ilitielbetilet. They as *omelette.
lively "old by Retailers, and eve. y LADY sitinid try!
Ask for " Hopldn'a Otis Make," and see thareadt akfrt
le Stamped "W. T. HOPIIIIIBi MANGIAOTOBEit, e2s
AROH Street PHILADELPHIA.* MOethetw are Genu
ine. A Catalogue Containhllt M r l . l,
i ftMe sad Retail Pri
ces, sent to any address. A Us aintli /Aber& 1 Ms- -
count allowed to Dealers. Orthes by Maille' other wise,
promptly and carefully Alleul—Wr aid Kea% it
Manufactory and 13ale..rooma, No. Arelvatreit,Phili. I
Skirts made to order altered , repatred,—THAM/1
PRIQ* Olflot , .
March 111.-104 lOU T. aOPKINILI ! /. \
NE, k 1867.
JENKI,NB & TONGUE,
S I R.T
Wedgy.' • .:
ratet,i to be
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any MIT • •
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our line of buil.
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at ht obi OWL
at all limps to •
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, L $ 0111x1