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kFRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, ADAMS
QlBo4* to 111 the Sts2 WI, (Me = volaatasta, '
at Vie-.......,...... .:... . ... ..-.-..—.-.—. $5, 5 60 00
Mk laaa 6%161,0100
It ella% ' ' 000 00
-Nteaos Ike tWiaateers — • t 122 00
Italf pot omit. fir Tr005tr0r........... .............. - ~; - lo I*
Two per esiat.lBr allotting ! 78 20
Ittaaeratlata4. 74 04
Tax aallacted.- :
Per capita tax
Bond to ilsebar
Bakst , * carried forward to secoo4,call
Quota to ell wood suit for 11164, amount paid
torn volunteers. at PM ullsk ' , y . • $1.0.800 00
jib" 44111 4 9. 8 or Hentratelotaa's duplicate. 464 40
Amount brolsOt leeward (rote ant call. 1,859 89
Twaddle. elmw VA 66 allowed 125 90
Now paid tor sourips.„ 800
Half per east. I* Treasurer r 25 91
Two pow seat. for oollectlaa, H. Hartman....,. 103 66
Two per rent. br ealleothig, .1. Deardorff 146 95
Treasurer, ballper cant 36 73
ffirmaratkee au J. Deardorff's duplicate...—. 47 95
Amount ..f tax aima;aaad Jan. DM
Aninnnt of= assenned Jan. 1666
April 12th, 11167, bialance carried for second
Amount paid BR volunteers, at.RlOO each 515,200 00
AMNIA giftied forward from second call • 1,040 45
Ripeness *Rowed for Wing quota 525 45
Stamps and Intenet 142 50
Ralf per cent. paid to tresenter— 29 58
Paidauditors and r00m........„........_8 50
Interest plead od bende---....,...... 2,836 lb
Refunded money to Fleury fl tray . 216 27
Amount e4llected.on dtAplktO• oflBM.
&YOUNT COMM= I! sosscurvionr.
.iecond cslllBo4-16 volunteers cost $6,129 00
Arnaud subscribed. 4,291 00
Daaciimay on second call
Amount not collected
Amount subscription for 3d call, robs i $5, 4 11 00
33 volunteers cost by subscription 3,530 00
Amount not coUeettql
Amount Drought down Om second cart
Amount paid for intara4 and collection
Balance in hands of Treasurer by Pabscrip tion.
We, the undersigned, Auditors of Franklin township,
havtng audited the Bounty Accounts, do certify that they
are correct to the beet of our knowledge and belief.—
Witness or hands the 15th day of June, 18017.
H J. BRINKERHOFF,
July 17, 1687.-3 t Auditors.
13 . 0 t Y ACCOUNT.
STATEMENT of the Bounty Ac
count of OXFORDDISTRIC Adams comity, Pa.
LICHOOL DI itECTORP.
To cask received from AllivOCiadOLl of enrolled
men of E 1.712 SS
from toast& citizens on amassment subse
quently- legalized by act of Assembly....
1884. - CR.
By erh ;mkt to-43 Tolanteere credited to dir
Erpearr tanned in securing v01unteer5...... ...
Mrs Plasuing on note
H. J. Kuhn, S. Xellenberger and X. Slagle,
Paid to Traasurrr per D4l. ?dye/v..
A. 11.11 ELY, TRZAI3IIRER.
To cob per IL 7011 x, coLloctor's duplicate,
N 0.1., .......... V.,064 01
A.,10111%, collector's duplicate. No. 2.
Solomon Brown, collector's duplicate, No. 3,363 86
D.ll. Myers, 8evy...... 13 09
Jim. Bead, ......... ..... ........ 600 09
By smith refunded to association of enrolled
ken............... $2OO 00
Paid toTremarer of bet . il . ty fund for voln.n.
Jacob Hull,* Leeds Millar, volunteer,
Diehl, for substitute, principal and In
H. B. Myers, for substitute. principal and In. -
Jos. Eitudgi,lxpenses o( election, -BoUnty or
C Elan, tax yetanded.-
Jacob Martini, Hotel
J 4 Bheey, stamps— •
Mceihtira i Chritakan, searching Military Re
II & W, YeOlean, mussel fees...
H. J. Stab* printing---.......
H. J. Ekthaiior service. In full to date, Jan.
11, UM. ' 45 37
P. A. M.yen, limey 16 FRI
' If. id 11;, hes as collector, In . fu11...... 41 51
A. Wig, a " " 57 93
:8. Droves... ; " . d 66 t 95
&11beely, Triesnrer's fees In part..... 58 di
'--- - "Ils and Interest thamou 6,548 17
'Bak* * due Treasurer
Per dna Troisuat..
Making bawdy debt. of diskict which f i doe
Treararse..—.. S5l 1
The eadandased, 'Auditors of Oxford township, have
exambed the above ecoeuate and And them correct as
pet vosahers tow exhibited.
JAMES K. ROBINSON,
AlawOxibed, Juno 26,1147.-3t-Jnly 17. Auditor"-
`` gtiit~ttui Nutpituunts.
. AND CLEANDR.
/11011nderigned would inform the Agricultural
pebble thitt lie has purchased from the Pittentoe,oi
this extraordinary machine, the Patent Alight for
the Stales of Pennsylvania and Marylatill.
Brbakerbors Cora Sheller, Separator and Clean
er, is proacteneed the but machine of the hind in
this eenntry. And in proof, it may be mentioned
that the "Advisory Committee appointed to select
Laplemeata for exhibition at the Universal .11x
position in Paris, in 1887, have selected this
Sheller as the best in America," and at the request
of J. 0. Derby, U. 8. Agent, a machine has been
sbipgad to Paris for exhibition. One important
feature in this machine is that it will shell sari
large, small or crooked, perfectly clean, and
separates the sob sad eke from : the Corn ready
The fast may also be stated that at the great
trial of Apiesataral Implements, at Auburn. , N.
Y. 4 fa July last, under the auspices of the New
York State Agricultural Society, the Brinkerhoff
Cork Sheller, Separator and Cleaner was reported
by sae of the most competent Committees as the
best Oera Sheller oat. They say, "We have care
falliesawinid mid thorOughly tested this ma
eitini,ind kayo no hesitation in pronouncing it
-4.4 s bodi Own offleUer we ever saw." The ra
portbeigned by seek men as John Stanton Gould,
Presiding N. Y. State Agricultural Society; B. P
Johnson, Secretary to same; Solon Robinson, Ag
ricultural Editor N. Y. Tribune; S. Edward Todd,
Agricultural Editor N. Y. Times.
Fria among many complimentary newspaper
'oboes, the fellowing, from the N. Y. Observer,
b domed sallisient : •
"Among all the Hand Corn Sheller* made in
New York sad Albany—and one single Irm
tlfeeteten more than 10,000 annuaUy—not one
an MAW the drab with the Sheller just invented
by J. Briakerhor, Auburn, New York. It shells,
separatei sad clOases. rapidly and easily, atone
operatioa, as fast as the ears esti be put in the hop
The dusersepiea is now prepared to digest!. of
GOUTY RPGRTiI. He will have SRELLERS
madly tor in the course of a month's bun.
All haters to be addressed to
• WM. WHILE,
P. O. Bok 248, Gettysburg, Pa.
Nat. 14, tiff.
GEXAT =AGO: MILLS.
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ups or Irmo RAM%
TY Wing riioool4 sail
biwidelititZ4Cliastlt ag Walnut
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fit= Mello wieb ausest=.
millindifior ?Aar imb i arAte i lv i tig
Millillogim " day of 0, 4
4 1 4 NW, I wiry
ea did 4itiollimit :a
asiis. ha ap mama' aa am
a Millie listest %r.. A
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iliheleateime Cgs tap, —v.
Air Ilmov e r m tblPAlll wisW 4 , l 7 .ll r Z th i
lbw ° tar am"
- Ila iss,
• ..-.. • bovilliosalikle roe
. ter pot MM. ill/ W m , OW°
JOHN SWAN -
Hai lost 'tecelved i splendid assattisont 0t.f100311
GROOMERS, at !diatom on the corner pf the public
The finest lot of Bagarinver brongkt to Gattynnurg, and
HlsCoffee Is superior to soy Offered in the place: If you
dem'kbelleas it come and see.
If you want the beet Syinps and Mohave' In town yuu
Will nod them at Bwan'e.
se "44 39
His stock of Queenswars. Dishes, Lamps,kc..is full cheap
and good. itvery style and prise.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Ills Cigars and Tobacco are of superior quality. Ac
knowledged by goodjudges to be the best in the market.
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CANDIES AND Norrims
Par i ,
loular attention paid to this department. A full
sup lj of Candles, lints, Fruit. Soaps, Fancy articles. in
v 1 any and everything usually found in a drat ;lama
ocery. •In laying ki my stock I *as oilteful to know
what I was huying, and OM now prepared to sell not on
ly-GOOD ttroceriew, but to a#ll them very cheap. Give
we a call and judge for your elves .
WM. BOYER & SON,
IjEEP constantly on hand a splen
did sesortomont of
Sugar, Tea, Syrups,
Spices, Flub, Bacon, 13411. Not ions
andeverythinKconneccted with it FantllrOrocery. We
will always keep up a lull supply of goods and Bentham
et prices which cannot fail to please. Oalland see we at
on 4taud in York street, oppoelte the Bank cAGettys•
bn 11 kinds of country produce taken in ex.
chin for dn.
May , 868.
HENRY OVERDE E R.
Oa gir Hall in Bain:Ore Street, Getlyslmeg, Pa.
ii.As made arrangements to get
fresh supplies every week from the City and is de
termined to sell cheap. He invites all to give thOm a
all, his stock consists of Groceries, Notions. Flour, Corn
Merl, Choped Feed, Corn, Gets, Fish, Bacon, Lard,
Cheese. Crackers, Tobacco, Cigars sod Snuff. Sugar, Cot.
fees, Teas, Syrup, Molasses, Candles, Coal Oil, Fish Oil,
Tar, Best Cider, Vinegar, and a great variety of Notions
Candies, Lc.. &c.
iin.The cash or trade will he given for County:Pro
duce such as Flour, Corn, Oats, Butter, Nggs, Potatoes,
Rags, Lc. [Buy 29, Pl67.—tf
NEW GROCERY STORE
TELL. EVRYEBODT THU SEE THAT
b 0 00
- • GILBER.T,
JUST above the Cdurt-House, ana opposite the Onspi
ler Office, will sell you everything in the GROCERY
AND PROVISION Line cheaper than you can get it
Sugar* C,orees, Molasses,
Candies, Onal!Oil, Symp. Brumas,
Bnckets, Tubs, Tobacco, Cigars,
Notions of all kinds, WOLFISH, OYSTERS, VEGETA
BLErt, always on hand. ti Iva me a call, as I am deter
mined to accommodate. - BUTTER. FAGS, and all kinds
of Country Produce taken, for which the highest cash
price will be. given. Don't forget the place--two door.
above the Ccgirt-House. Don't pass without calling, as
I solicit your patronage.
675 0 ,
TO ALL PERSONS!
11 EN D RIC KS & W AltßEls.l have
O-A purchased the 14tore situated on Tort street, two
doors east of 'wows llotel, formerly occupied by .1 A.
drimes, and latterly by G. H Swope. where they will
keep constantly on hand a complete assortment of
including Syrups. Coffees, Sugars Teas, lhicou, Flour,
Peed, Rice, Potatoes, Salt, Tobacc o, Ac., with every arti
to be found in a first-class Grocery. Also CONFEC
TIONS, NOTIONS and FANCY ARTICLES.
They hope to receive a share of public patronage, and
earnestly solicit a continua.. .ell of the custom heretofore
given to the establishment.
Gettysburg, May ^.7,1887.
New Grocery, and Flour Store.
MEALS & BROTHER,
HAVING opened a Grocery, Flour
and Vegetable Store, In the Acorn formerly oc
.;npied by Geo. Little, on West Middle street, they et
tend an Invitation to all buyers to give them a call.—
everything in their line, fresh from the city and cons.
try, will be kept on hand. They are determined to sell s
si cheap as the cheapest, and as they only ask the lowest
dying profits, they hope to merit and receive a liberal
.bare of public patronage. MSAUS & BRQ.
Grocery_& Liquor Store.
LARGE assortment of fine
teas. Cotters, White Sugars of all kinds, and Brown
Sugars, camp, prime new crop Orleans Molasses. and al:
trades of Syurps; MESS MACKEREL, beet in market..—
.ill kinds of
LI Q 130 S ,
wholesale and retail,prime Wine, Brandy, Rye Whisky
lc., to medicinal and other purposes, in any quantity.
afa-B. Mien ler's !tern Hitters. and the "greet Zingarl
d itters." WM. .7. MAKTIN,
M a y 29 1 ti Balt.more at ,Oettyaliar,c.
COAL and FISH OIL of the beg
quality for salla by WRCBOYER k BON
FRESH - supply of Groceries, No
- Mons, Tobaccos, to., constantly receiving and for
tale b . WM. BOYER k BON.
farriageo, Aarutos, &c.
AT THE'OLD STAND
IEisTABLISILED IN 11117.)
I have associated with me, in business, my son, Jong Y.
hicCasaar, under the firm and style of D. hicCiretiv
& Sois, and I desire to say to my old friends and the pub.
He generally that. since the war, the manufacture of
Saddles, Hun ass, Collars, 3c., hue been revived at the old
established and well known 'stand on Baltimore Street.
one !quire south of the Court House, Gettysburg, P.•.
Having bad an experience of 40 years in this establish-
Went, I feelassored. that, with renewed attention to bus
iness, we can 'till further merit and i eceive a fell share
of public patronage
With increased facilities for conducting oar business,
we are better prepared than ever to satisfy the wants of
all those who may need anything in our line. We espe
cially call the attention of Partners and others to the
superior quality of onr
Plain or Quilted Seat Horn Side Leathers,
Saddles ' Humes, all kinds, with or
Plain or Quilted Seat no without faatenlngs,
Horn, • Housings,
Plain or Quilted Beat Bide Scotch Collars(leather),
Saddler, " (ticking),
Plain orPancyfladdleClothsNo Seam Collars,
Wagon Saddles, Beet Welt Harness Collars,
Riding Bridles, of all kinde,P aten t Leather Collars
fair or black, rounded or etitched or unstitched,
fiat, Beet Leather WagoeiVhips
Martingales, 4,4%, and 5 feet long,
Carriage Rawness, alletyles,Pllted Team Whips,
silver or black mounted, Trotting Whips,
Heavy Draft Harness, Ladies' Riding Twign,
Blind Bridles, Whip lashes,
In short, everything that pertain' to &first class genera
horeefnnoishlng establishment constantly on hand or
made to order promptly, of the very best material, and
by the most experienced workmen in the country, (two
having worked In ails establlshmentfor the last thirty
Wea re now manunictnrlng an excellent let of Heavy
graft and Harness Collars for those ho prefer our own
tb city made work.
Repairing of all kinds doneat abort notice and on rea
All ace cordially tnyltedto call and examine for them
selves as our work cannotfall to recommend Itself.
Feb. 1 , 1866—tf.
- NEW SADDLER SHOP.
ON "the Hill," Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, Pa.--Con
'tautly on band, o made to order, all kinds of
WAGON BAD DVSS,
0 ARRI AGE HARNESS,
• - RIDING BRIDLES,
ELT NETS, Ac.
u low as the lowest
May 29, 1807.-tt. .
C taiRTAGE-wr A-RING RESUMED.
The war being over, the andersig9ed haverainmed the
at their old stand, In East Middle street; Gettysburg,
where they are again prepared to pat up work in the
most nishlonablii, sataitantlia, and superior manner. A
lot of new and seromiland
• OLUZIAGNA, 213411611118,
an hand, which they will dispose ofat the lowest prim;
end all orders will be supplied as promptly and setialao.
bray as pooh's.
Ikea with dispatch, and et cheeped Wee.
A Lap lot of new endold ILLlXlidlli band Aar sale:
Thankful ibr the liberal yotrumsge heretolbre enjoyed
br them, they solicit lad willendeaver tad/sem a large
shore in the Mama
My 29.4 f
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CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.
Ar• maw bakftli a Of OMR WORE Of th e
"111 mad gm* "Pj soil wishreeted dee
impearowelah el wane theet twat* the attention 4 bey
sys. Navin bat oat welt with great or., apt of .s
teetel eideetad with q.efdrAwerew. te busty at style
ame n =
b it; elw ous i the the
we ask is 'a laspestio 7 s Vase wwir, toe essiviese taws Is
went any kW di Vas that , this Is the pine*
#.44IIIWIDIS la miry keit& &welt shottsepee
sad estwisesible totem
Ott as ii. I e! wig liiiirmy.iteeeiti rieele
JOHN M: SWAN
Horse Blankets, Itc., to
DAVID MeCRZARY I SON
J. M. ROWS
DANKILE i PIGLIIIR.
TATE & CULP
thit4 - at: I
M~3 E~R, &.COAL;
N I MM.E NSE. , STO STOCK!
OONXIt. Or, OARLIBLE ST. AND Tat RAILROAD,
GE'MYEBLTEG, PENN 4,
1N orde to give the public something
Je- Ilk. an equate ldea of the Immense stark of Law
her, Coal, In es. Tia•ware , dc., kr., on hand and ll* sale
by the undo limed. at his establishment, In Oultele a,
across thee. (road irom the Passenger Station. be
• would en to an far as the limits of a newspaper a&
vortigement'will allow :
IN TEE LUMBER LINE
Boards and Plank of every grade, from kullitute to panel.
Joists and Scantling, pine and hemlock, Siding, planed
end unplened, flooring, Shinglee,Shingle Laths, Plaster-
Tog Laths, Pickets, ready-made Doors and Sash, Blinds
and Shut tersi—in fact, everything used for ballding par
IN THE COAL LINE.:
Shamokin White Aah and Lykens• Valley Red Ash,
these tf: v varietlea helps( the purest and beet Inc all
domes a beet ooese. Alan tie very bt Parood•top and
Abenh ny rinttb Coal.
.For particulars of Storni. Tinware, key see adver
tisament cruder head of Stores and Tinware..
LUMBER ! LUMBER !
NEW LUMBER YARD IN EMMITS
WE would respectfully inform the
v public that webere established a LARGE UM
BER YARD in itromittsburg,
LUMBER, SCANTLING, PICKETS AND LATE'S
FLOORING BOARDS, WINDOWS, DOORS,
and every description of Building Limber furnished at
the lowest cash, prices, by
Jane 21, 1866. tf Agent for Potter a Co.
NEW LUMBER YARD.
THE undersigned has opened a LUMBER
YARD, on the Railroad, Near Onion A
Reilly's Lime Kilns, Oettyeburg and asks the public to
give him* call. Big assortment Is one of the bast ever
offered here, coo his prices afford only the smallest living
profit. He has WHITE PINE PLANK, inch and halt
BOARDS, SLIMING, PALINGS, de., tc.. and is con
stantly adding to his . stock. Come and ezamine for
j..A supply of Shingles, at low prices,alweya on hand.
Nov. 1,1866.—1 f. JACOB SHEARS.
SHINGLES.—Prime Shingles, the
best in the market, for sale at JACOB BREADS'S
new Lumber Yard, on the Railroad, adjoining the Lime
kilns. Getty'Eery. (Nor. 11166.—ta
Lime & Coal.,
4UINN & REILLY have erected
two addition's' Lime. Kline, nn the Railroad, and
are therefore better prepared than -eer to supply the
beet of LIME, In large or small quantales. Farmer/. and
others can hereafter look fore more prompt filling of
their orders, and are invited to extend and contitin
their favors to a firm which is making every effort to ac.
commodate them in the best manner possible.
They will lieu continue to keep on hand, for sale, •
goo! simply Of the different kinds of COAL, which they
will sell at small profits.
Coal and Lime deliverelanywher *ln O ettysburg.
June2l, 1886 —tf
Moro, tintrart, &r.
TIN-WARE AND STOVES.
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
TIN-WARE IN THE COUNTY,
S. G. COOK'S,
(Formerly Indrew Polley's); II 11.0 some of
THE BEST COOKINP4TOVES IN TILE MARKET,
among. which arr thr
NOSE:V. COOK, •
BARLEY SHEAF, Ac.
Also, many other articles for kitchen use, which will be
sold as low as at any other place in the comity.
TIN-WAREJ &C., &C
T B, public are invited to call and examine my Im
mense Mock of goods
IN TILE STOVE LINE
Waverly, N4le Cook. Royal Cook, Barley Sheaf.. Orien
tal. ntewart's Cook, Ornamental, P.xcelsior, Prince Royal
and the Emerald Cooking Stoves, all for coal or wood.—
Thum varietlee are a selectioß from the beat and inlet
popular Cooking• Stoves the market affords, and are all
warr.nted to give entire satisfaction. Also, a very large
variety of Parlor, Saloon' and Shop Stoves. for coal or
wood, including the celebrated Morning Glory. the Vul
can, Oval Meteor, Round Meteor, Dial, Violet, Gem. Re
gulator' Colima., kgg, New Egg, Parlor Cook, /lc., kr--
Pire Brick and Grates, for coal or wood, always on hand.
TriE TIN-WARE '„INE
The sesortfnent embraces e . veryth Ins necessary for
kitchen or household purposes. including a large num
ber of meet:dent yet cheap axticles of new design which
must be seen to be appreciated. The stock is so large
and varied that those who.luifve not visited the establish
ment have no conception of its extent. In addition to
the ordinary kitchen utensili, it includes Bathing Ves
sels, Toilet , Chamber Elets,tlaiti and fancy, Chamber
Buckets, Bread and Spice Bo es, Tea and Coffee Canis
ters, Deed Boxes, Spittoons, mbler Drainers, Bill-head
Boxes. Waiters Ale Carriers, Water Coolers. Slaw Cut
ters,Nurse Lamps, Jelly Illoalde, Pudding Moulds, Pa
tent Nutmeg Craters, Comb Clumsy ben. Great Plots, and
♦ B Plates, Ash Buckets, Flour Sleeves,Bird - Cages,
Spout Heads,Coffee Mills, Lanterns, Ilatiog Spoons, ,
Large Porki.Candle Sticks, Caudle Moulds, Copper Dip
pers, Wrought-iron Frying Nue, Smoothing Irons, root
Scrapers, Coffee Roasters Waffled Irons, Snuffers. Dinner
and Auctioneer Bells, rig Beaters, OilersTrinted rap
pels, Coal Sieves. Clawi-top Fruit Cans, Plale-tcp Fsnit
Cans, Self ewialing Jars, &c., to. Tin-ware made to order,
and repairing promptly attended to, by the best of work
IN TEIE HOLLOW-WARE LINE
Cad-iron Pieta, of every else and variety, for stoves, Por
celain Ketees, kir cooking and preserving, Tin-lined
Kettles, for ditto,Cast-Iron drew Pane,
of every else and
variety, Porielain and tinned, with rithcraitand and one
other articles Impossiblets enumerate in an advertise
Attentlends specially directed to three valuable pa
tents tor whleh be is agent, and about which there is no
humbug, se can be attested, by scores who have need
them,Ha: HE UNIVERSAL OLOTIIES•WRINGSB.,
noTr s WASHING MACHINE, and the celebrated
The public are tnvited to tali and examine goods and
priest He guarantees to sell everything in his line at
exceeding low figures. Come and see, to gratify your
curiosity, if You do not want to buy. No trouble to show
goods. C. H. BIINHLER.
July 3, 180,—ti
gears and 4totaursuts.
WM. E. MYERS, PROPRIETOR.
THIS is a new House, and has been
fitted up In the most approved style. Its location
is plessant and convenient, being In the most hi:einem
portion of the town. Every arrangement has been made
for the accommodation and Comfort of guests, withiunple
stabllifnpga attached. With experienced servants, and so.
comsodaciogClerks, we Ash use every endeavor to
please. This Rotel is new oprn RR the (famishment of
the public, and We kindly solicit a share of plc bllc patron.
age. F lta7'2Y,lBr
The larpee and must ecdomodkmui In
coma or.eamereasinAte Ain) weinsaaria own,
JOHN L. TATE, Proprietor.
arm & °Mathew, lbe Pinneyees and Sempip, rue to
the Iknot, a 4areival sad depittare afield Led bide &
peeethi es, mad reavonalde cheeps.
E. P. iIITTINGiCE., PROPItiNfOR
13FAVING gis oboe wollWalema Bow. sad
Merle mil I.
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6:tr!ITSITLIRG ' ;Lilt ROAD.
CHANGE OF CONNECTION&
On and altar llimany,Novouabor 10th, 11116,1 0
Trains will lam and kerb* at (I Ottyaharg, aid
FINST TRAIN will intro fiettyabarg at T 116,
wltk panto*** ibr York, Simias'', lelliklaalidain
Bunkum% and' th• ktorth owl la ost,arroangl nu
Jauttion wittooit shwa or cart, as 10 06 ,•
pectingwith the Yu* Lino South, on the N
tral Railway, aid arriving at italtimora art! SO,
Abe; 000natetleg Irlth 'rata freak. Is Itlaixr• north,
arriving in Ihirriaborg at AO, Y. M. Atrkro at °My,-
bung In, P, orkb pumeasigerstrom Re rrisbarg,Tork,
Beltlmorisonid Washlngtor .
ORONO TRAIN will leave Gettysburg at 1 to, P.
arriving at Hanover innetkin at 3 Ili, and eenneethm
a dd, mall train (oath. Arrive In Baltimore at i SO, P.
M. Arrive at Get tysburg at 6 15, P. 11., with pasmingen
from Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and the North and West,
and also with pussugern front Ilaitintore and Washing
ton by the Vaal Line North, which hares Baltimore at
19 10. noon.
Puma pre ow Imre Baltimore In tki trail., at 9
A. M.. and arrive In Glettyaberg at 1 10, P.M. Or leave
Baltimore in the Fast Lino at 12 30,noonotal arrive In
Oettyebeitt at 0 10,P. M. Dot one change *fears by the
first train, either gray, viz: at Hanover Jenelloa. The
fast line on the Northern Central will not stop at any
local mations. except York, Hanover Jissetion,sad Park
ton. Connections certain.
ITANOVER BRANCH RAILROAD,
and after MONDAY. Kay etb,lBel. patasaipr trains
On the Hanover Branch Railroad Will leave as *Howe
(which maim commotion with the trains on the North
ern Central railway at the Junction,) will hare Hanovir
at AIM A. M., for York, Baltimore, Harrisburgoind bier
mediate stations. Tkis train arrives at the. Jaunt= at'
9.15 A. M., centutoting with the bat Line South, on the
Northern Central Railway, which arrives at Baltimore
at 12 80 P.M.. and also with the Mali Train North, which
arrives at Harrisburg at 12.55 P.M
got..Thiberg at 1 s train re
M. to turn, Hanover at 12 M. and amino
c. n. aisnLlß,
Leaves Hanover at 2.20 P.M. and arrives at the /suction
at 230 P. M., connecting with the Mail Train Bona,
which arrives at Baltimore at 6 P.M. Paarenwra by this
Train for York lay over at the Junction wan 0.112. M.
-Thls Train return* to Hanover at 4 P. M., with
paaen l4.. gera for Hanover, Oettymbarg sod Llttlestonn.
Passengers leaving Baltimore kir Ihutover,Oettyaburg
and Uttlestown, will take either the Mall Train at 80
A. M., or the Fast Line at 12.10 P. IL
Mar. 29,1.197. JOSEPH LEIB. Agent.
Great trunk line from the ' , North and Northwest tot
Philadelphia, New York, Reading, Pottsville,• Tana qua,
Ashland, Lebanon, Allentown, Easton, Ephrata, this,
Lancaster, Columbia, te n Sc.
Trio a leave Harrisburg for New York, as follows : At
3.00. 8.10 and 9.36 A. M., and 2.10 and 9.00 P. M.,connect.
ing with similar Trains on the Pennsylvania Rail Road,
and arriving at New York at 6.00 and 10.10 A. N., and
4.40, 530 and 10.26 P. M. Sleeping Cara accompanying
the 3.00 A. M. and 9.00 P. M.. Trains without change.
Leave Harrisburg for Reading. Pottsville, Tamaqua,
Millersville, Ashland, Pine %ova, Allentown and Philadel
phia, at 8.10 A. M. and 2.10 and 4.10 P. N., stopping at
Lebanon and principal Way Stations; the 4.10 P. M.taak
ing connections tar Philadelphia and Womb la only. Por
Pottsville, Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, via Schuylkill
and Susquehanna Itali Road, leave Harrisburg at 3.20
Returning: Leave New Yoik at 9.00 A. M ,1200 Noes
and 5.0 d and 00 P. M.; Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M. and
.„2.30 P. 11. Way Paasenger Train leaves Philadelphia at
7,20 A. M., returning from Reading at 6.30 P. M., stop.
ping at all Statiou; Pottsville at 8.45 A. M. and 2.45 P.
M.; Askland 8.00 tod 1120 A. M. and 1.06 P. M.: Tama
qua at 9.85 A. M., and 1.00 and 8.66 P. M.
Leave POttsville for Harrisburg. via Schuylkill mid
Susquehanna Rail Road at 7.00 A. M
Reading Accommodation Train: Leaves Reading at
7.20 A. M. returning from Philadelphia at 6.00 P. M.
Pottstown Accommodation Train: Leaves Pottstown
'at d.:A) A. M , returning leave Philadelphia al 624 P.M
o told* Hail Bowl Trains leave Reading at 7.01) A. M.,
and 6.15 P. M. for Xphrata, Litz, Lancaster, Columbia,
On Sundays: Leave New York at 8.00 P. N., Philadel
phia 8.00 A. N. and 3.15 P. N.. the 8.00 A. N. Train run-
ning only to Reading; Pottsville 8.00 A. N.; Ilarrisberg
0.3.3 A. N., and Reading at 1.2) and 7.* A. N.lor
burg, and 11.•11 A. M. for New York. and CZ P. N. for
Commutation, Mileage, Season, School and Excursion
Tickets, to and from all points, at reduced Rates.
Baggage checked through; SO pounds allowed each
'trailing, Pa, May 29,1867
W. E. BIDDLE. • H. S. BENNER
100,000 Bush. Grain Wanted.
NEWFIRM AT THE OLD WARE
HOUSE. Whi. E. BIDDLE& CO. would informs tke
public that they base leased the Warehouse on the cor
ner ofStratton street and the BolirOad, in Gettysburg,
where they will carry on
TUE GRAIN AND PRODUCE BUSINESS,
in allies branches. The highest prior will always be
Paid fur,Whaul Rye, Corn, Oath Glover and Thad!,
Seeds, Plaxseed, ,
Sumac, Hay sad Straw, Dried Putt-
Nuts, Step, Huns, Shoulders and Bides, Potatoes, with
everything else in the country produce Ilse.
GROCERIILi.—On band, for sale, Coffees, Sugars,
Molasses, Syrups, Teas, Spiess, Salt, Cheese. Wows',
Soda, Mustard, Starch, Broom's, Buckets, Blasting,
Soaps, kc. Also COA ROIL, Fish Oil, Tar, es. FISH ef
ail kinds; Spain and Nails; Smoking and Chewing To.
They are always able to supply • first rate articled
Flouf, with the different kinds ofFeed.
Also, Ground Plaster, with Onsets; and other fortbi
tors. COAL, by the bushel, ion or c arload. •
They will run • LINE Of FREIGHT CARS from Get
ty,bnrp to Baltimore once every week. They are C.
pared to convey Freight either way, inany quaint st
REDUCED RATES. They will attend, it desired. to •
making of purchases in the city. and deliveriag Elte
good, promptly in Gettysburg. Their cars ranted*
Warehouse of Nathan &op & 4;0, N 0.128 North ikelenni
street, near Franklin, Baltimore, wharstreight VW be
received at anytime. They invite the attentiolvof the
public to their line, assuring them that they wiarpare
no effort to accommoaste all who may patronise
Apt 1119.11168.—tf BIDDLE .1k BENN t.
M'CURDY & HAMILTON,
FLOUR, GRAIN, GROCERIES, •ke
THE undersigned are paying at their Wareehooss, in
Carlisle street, adjoining Buehler's Mil, the lb ghee t
FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS, BUCK WIEAT,
CLOVER AND TIMOTHY-SUDS, PO.
TATOU, AC., ito"
and Invite producers to give them a call beim soling.
They have constantly on hand kw sale,
A LARGE SUPPLY- OF GROCERIES,
Molasses, Syrups, Coffees, Sugars, to with Bah Fish,
011s,Tar, Soaps, Bacon and Lard, Tobacina, Sc. Also the
best brandsof /LOUR, with PEED of all kinds They
SEVERAL VALUABLE FERTILIZENS,
Soluble Pacific Guano, Rhodes' Phosphate sad A A
Whilst they pay the highest market prices Sowell they
buy, they sell at the lowest living proSts. Shirt& a
share ofpublic patronage, resolved to
in every case.
WM. S. MOULTON.
July 3, 1837.—tf
AND COMMISSION HOUSE.
HAVING purchased the extensive
Werebonae,Mrs, be., heretofore owned by Mona
Herbst, we beg leave to inform the public that we are
continuing the business at the old stand on the owner
of Washington and Railroad streets, on a tome extensive
scale than heretolbre.
sod zlg u r of h p ighest market prim ter flour,
G and Feed, Salt, and all kinds of Groceries, kept
oo neatly on hand sad for sale, cheaper than they can
had anywhere else.
aster, and all kinds of ferti li sers, constantly on
nd, or furnished to order.
lira regular Una ofht Oars le Ulleareour Mare
hoopery TUMWAY M 6. and accommsumosa
Ul be run u Mali= may requir4this ar•
gement we are prepared to convey at ill
U es to and from Baltimore. AU business this mug
trusted to na, will be promptly attended to. Our cm
to the Warehouse of Stevenson All ilomi, Mil north
11 ward street, Baltimore. Being determined to pay
prices, sell cheap and deal billy, we invite eviii7-
y to give us a call. GULP a WitN1111•11F.
. Aug. 9,1866.
SILVER'S WASH POWDES. 7
SAM Tina Labor, Nosey. Nakao %Wog a pow
tire.. nod iloo o t i thativaL Sold evorywhete. Try It.
Aaron all to duo Nano
Oboodota sod Wholsealoirmilehy
187 Naeth Third etreat,Ptdhowiehis.
H. F. DEERING & BRO.,
FREDERICK CITY, MD.,
RESPECTFULLY info= the pub
of istylea, modern ar sasimit watt wed
tor g rZos as to taiis4, eusbiliti mai ihasesea
No. 704 Arohl4treett
. PHILADELPHLi s
sum= *ND l' l, 4l lo „ivAluk
*War n rill°
April Bth, 1867.
0 A. NIOOLI.S.
tima r ding 1)oust0.
FLOUR AND FEED.
GRAIN AND GROCERIES
. . ,
MIMI 'mono britalluk
Cbriqs. df Ansi' mod EL Clair Streets,
The. Largest, Cheapest, Best
ACTUAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
IN THE UNITED EMU.
the past tea years leptearde of
l I I VEIN 'THOUSAND BTUDIINTI3,
Sepresioattag wog Stat• it sh. onion, hav• Grata*.
A COLLIN'S OF AOTVAL zinnias,
Supplied with Boats, Stores. Post OMs, CoesiaLudoa
Brokers' Insarsase. Railroad, Steamboat, and
Tolegrapb Offices, he., coatidahsg
THEORY AND PRACTICE.
Students area thoroughly lustruetoll to all Or breaches
PRACTICAL BUSIASS EDUCATION,
lonlading Book•Itoopla , Petnuiehip, Arithmetic, Cm
eioreisd Lew, Political e, L 111111111165 Ournispood
ewe, the Art of Detecting Ootinterfelt Xoney, Itellroad•
Ina iltearaboating, Telegraphing,
PRACTICAL BANKING, Ae.
STUDENTS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME,
Lad eamplida a fail eau* h oft um to Tann weelul.
4 171171^ DOLIAItd
Peps ill exposes. In Tultton; Hooka, Blanks, sod Wil
NO IXTRA CIL&RONd •
Int Penmanship, litisintioattng, Nalirosdlog, Basking
or Diploma, rln rhos Collegoo. /sat loonnoss doily to
Punmatuddp to all students hi the Commercial Depart
706 CIRCULARS, tivior ton information, and cow
Whim a complete oat o} of our "Wens of Practical Is
stars idumtion, towstbor with .
from Ptsetkal laminae' Men, Merchants, Bankers, Book
Address the Priadpsis,
dMITH a cowtsr,
Dec. 13, 1866.-ly • ' Pittsburg. Penna.
AT CARLISLE, PENNA
'HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO YOUNG MEN CONTEMP
LATING BUSINESS EDUCATION,
TO know that this Institution em,
ploys none but competent Instructors in every de
nse:ll,4nd a sufficiiitt number to Minim individual
instruction to all of Its etndstata, and being connected
with “Dlckinsou College," enables it to present combined
licilitias of the highest order, while the torrent ex
panses attending a COllllll/0 here,' are from 50 to $lOO lees
than at similar teeth:akar in large cities. We think
that/whoa those hots are properly undimmed by those
who aoalomplata enteadag as intonation of this order,
they will not be long In Inh In favor of Carlisle.
Tke knowing mum
of Taitmetion 'beak! commend
'Hoeft to all, who desire that kind of information mat re.
glietto to prepare them for any of the busisest portions
Mottle and Double Entry as yplial and practiced in
the various departments Of Trade and Canonry*, and
Making Honore ally country.,
Pnitical mad Ornamental of superior
epochal attention to proper movement, In the formation
and oulabinetion of letters, and thereby Insuring to ev
ery student a good Current Hand.
Including the meet approved and here adapted methods
AN all business calculation/a—Mental and Written.
?melt with menial retinues to correct composition,
without which uo student wilkbo qualiiind to mamas the
duals at a drat clam accountant.
Taught in amok waher "Dean's Traatiale sr • Sett
Doak malemelas the mom important Iregal laturaiatlas
tau • beldam mass to prewews.
70INS AND 008 , 111SPONDENCI,
ire daily praetimd to the Aetimi ihteheam Dspartmeat,
where the stadasta In maim Ike with their dude. tow
dad as aztaid•• aotrappaadruca, and make oat all
foram Dome flaatipt, to apeditment Nut..
at abort Hand Writing, Ornamental Pam
TahkgraPala& immoral Milken.
piky, Geometry, Algebra. U., Ac.
We Invite an Impardal investigation of our fatilltild,
Ant imparting wand Mammies is the tomtits* enumer.
StadeaM s e)aterat any Una, and parinetbetr warm
4/or farther partienlars, write and reecho" blzonlar.
Adeatem A. Y. Tltlll:Milt,Outlale, Pa.
lob. 21, 111117.
BRYANT, STRATTON & KLMBERLY'S
CORNER Ws AND CHESTIEST STREETS,
prepared be the Contain- Room end Business lit. I.
.THEORY & PRACTICE
combined by mama of Basks, Baudoosa 110101.11 and tb.
oso of all k We of Such... Paper.
L endorsed by dui loadlitg busthase men of the City
ITUDRNTS RICITITD AT ANT TIME
COLLIN:Ii OTEN ALL THE TEAL
FOR PA, RTIOIILARII BUD FOR CIRCU LARS
earptntern anti +butt/Wag
WM. C. STALLSMIT
CARPENTER is CONTRACTOR,
Name csootostly on hand and E6authetureo to order,
DOORS, SHOTTKR6I. BLINDS, WM, DOOR AND
WINDOW PRAXES, OORIIIOI, DOOR OD
Ist any other Artiete is ,the Bleadioty
Illsoosed iestartal cemotsotty'es hoed, oxportoosod work
out slime is essilsese, and work ozeostsd oda'
16,,OFdors Yeisstot4 attended to.
Jew 6, 16117.-i-U
I. C. s. tr, 'Rom
Ibm tbo rlkt• Ir mi =loomM th e
WlLool li go aro prmstri to do aay =
ot bodmotiott so nomomblo assay giber NM
w. 100. Mkt ottoottint tot ottom to mob •
don of pitramp. s
Na • 1147044 SOM.
TO THE :BUILDING
AziaPALy., OTHERS -
11INO vizor() 110)110171.
ibrepublb be AM eeetbmiee
• 4 SI3MSS T
si on Via imediseledy
.„ :, 4 n
.. j ,
J.l l l . Bradley's celebrated Patent
DUPLEX . ELLIPTIC
(OX INFITIL6 SPRANG)
ICS WaINDILPIL. PL ILMILrry au/ great Ceti/caw end
Pinaellitil toasty Lazy wearing th•Dirturi 31111110 Blum
will be etperienaed particularly Is all crowded AnieW
ntifi3Ortici, Cnataan , RALIALLD CALI, ClittlCil
Mut Cattas, PitoirsilAns ad lioon Thins, ea the
MEMt caii be scion w bum in use so *minor a smell rust
as easily statinnesintly as a 811.1 or MUMS buns, an
isiabiable quality in crinoline, not found in say single
A LADS having enjoyed the PLIASUIA, COMPORT, and
gram anriminamoit or wearing the DAPLAI itturnedvigi
lot s initeut OAT, will never afterwards
willingly divenee with their 0.40. YorCannaaa. Mums.
and Toone Imams they ate superkw to all others.
They will nut sun or sasac like the Single Spring.
bat wilt PILISSIVZ their PSILFUT and 011/10/90L SADA
when three or !our OtIgNASIT guava will have been
strtors ASIDE manses. lioore are coveted with
DOOM ADD TWINED TIISIA.D and the 110.10 X RODS are not
only double springe,hot twice (or double) OOTAZICA• pre.
venting them from wearing out when dragging down
stoops, stairs, Se.
The ttorplex iv a Iry eat favorite with all ladies
and Is anivareally recommended by thv PASSION MAO.
Amu as the rTANDABD AUNT OTTER rAdiIION A
To enjoy. the following Inestimable advantages in
Crinoline,TlSt turmoil QUALITY, Plantes stanUTeetttt.
Britten snags and mum. mattuititTY. emissary', cow
TORT and sconontr, enqulrnfor J. W. Bnmares Dunn
lturesc, or Boob's Spring liklrt,aud bconire you get t he
CATITION.—To guard against IMPOSITION he Aar
titular to NOTICE that skirts offered es
have the red ink sgmp, frit 11 1 . Bradley's Duplex
illlptle Steele:l ,"aspott the waistband—tome others
are genuine. Also otlce the Hoop will admits
phi betty passed through the centre, thus revealing the
two (oruble)sprinp braided together therein, which'
la the secret of their naxisturi and STRZNOTR, and a
oconbluatiOn not to be found lu any other Suzy.
!OR SALE In all Stores where FIRST CLASS Wile
are sold throughout the United Buttes and elsewhere.
Manufactured by the Sole Owners of the Patent,
WIIISTd. BRADLEY A CARY,
97 Chambers and 791181 Heed* Sec , New York.
628. HOOP SKIRTS. 628.
"ixw SPRING STYLES, “Clar own make."
VMSKAIMILI every New and Deeliable sky, etyle awl
Shape of Plain and TraP Gaup Skirts.-2, 2.4
2%, ; 3%, 3 . 3 4 3% and 4 Yds, round, every length and
aim waist; au every reirpvet Fleet Quality, and especially
adapted to meet the watts of Pint Class and most Fash
Uol awn wake," of Ifixio Sk , rta, are lighter. wore do
rable, and Really Cheaper than any other nuke nt either
single or Dvoble Spring Skirt in the American Market.
They are Warranted iu every teepee!, ■nd wherever In
troduced give general satiehiction. They are how ex ten •
Nively mold by Retailers, and eve. y LADY au..,uld try
Ask tur "Hopkins' Own Make," and see that tech Skirt
Atamped "W. T. HOPKINS, MANUYAUTUKER, n•2B
ARCH street PHILADELPHIA." No others are Genu
ine. A Catalogue containing Style, Size and Retail Pri
ces, seut to any address. A Uniform and ilmrst I
count allowed t- 3 Dealers. Orders ny Milli or utherwiaq
prou,ptly and carefully filled.—Wholesale and Reta•l, at
Maori lector, ■nd Sale-moms, Nu. GM Arch ~t reet, Phila.
Skirts made to order, altered and repaire.l.—Tx.Rme
NET CAI4II. ONE PRICE 0..
D OTY'S CLOTHES' WASHER
THE BEST 12%," .11ARKET.
HISAO THE FOLLOWING 110111E.TESTIMONY
litirTrAAvaG, PA., JAu.S, It , 06
tiering used DUTY'S CLTOIIEF Wat 4 ll ER, and ther
oughly tented It, we have U. esitatiocin endorsing it cc
the but Washing Machine yet produced. It is sirupie in
counructlon—iseamily worked. and does its work well,
without injury to clothing. An ordinary tr,,shing, re
quiring usually 8 to 1.0 bourn labor at the ifseb-tub, emu
readily be done with the aid of Doty's Washer and the
Unissersal Ckithu' Wringer, in tut...third the time—
economising Ume, labor, soap, ltiei, /lc ,—avoiding the
necessity of wash.tuhs, Mid enabling t working
Vigo through with a washing without wetting thorn
selves alt the Loot. It really merits .11 the good that can
be said of it. We do not think that any (tautly, site, fitirl,
ttsting it. w0,.1d dispense with ft.
Mrs. D. A. BUEHLER.
• E. G. YAHNKSTOCK.
- A. M. IJUNTk:R,
W. C. STALLSMITH.
R. D ARMOR,
FROM REV. L. SCOTT, BISHOP OF THE M. E
C January IS. ISrk.
It. C. Bitowsigia.—Dear Sir;—We like our Machine
much ; could not be persuaded to do without it, end with
the aid of Doty we feel that we are masters of the post
tiuus. On on. occasion, the clothes were prepared, but
the wuherwomon failed us. We were not to he defeat
ed that way. I tdok hold (which of course I should not
hare If we Lad had no machine), and le 23.4 hours we put
through elem. , * dozen pkves, otany of which were sheets,
and they were well done, toe. We wish you great sac.
C. 11. Buehler. corner Carlisle end R R otreet. is the
agent for the sale of the Universal Wringer and But)'s
W■ehing Machine, in Adams county, Pa.
TIIK anderyi,tn•d offer+ fur sale, the TOWNSHIP
11.10117.8 of Adams county. for DE LONG'S PATENT,
which la the deaths; lIMPLI:ST and Kist 'Waseca that
1.. yet bees offered to the public. The Rights will be
gold on reasonable term'. This lea tine opportunity for
energetic men to make GOOD WAGES =annul/ring or
selling them machines. A sample machine .111 be far
fished any person who purchases • Right, If desired, at
cost. Cal at the more of Daphorn k Iloffman,N. W. tor.
Square, where the machines may be seen and tried.
Oettyabang, Jima VI, 1867.-0
G stwing Viathinto.
FINKLE & LYON
The only Machine so perfected that entire satisfaction
i. guaranteed or the purchase money refunded.
When we bare no Agent a sample Machine will be sold
at very low price, and a Local Agent appointed on the
most favorable terms.
N. B.—Scud for circular. Traveling Agents wanted.—
FINKLE & LYON S. M. CO.
687 Broadway, New York.
July 3,1867,6 m
THE very beat and latest Improved machine in use, to
sale at the CLOTHING STORE of JACOBS & BRO., in
Chambersburg street. Gettysburg, where you can buy
the best and cheapest Cloths, Cased:wee and Vesting;
and every variety ,fgoods in the line of
NEN AND BOYS WEAN.
YOu can have them cut out and made up in the very best
style if you wish,at moderate price, and without any
risk whatever. GEO. JACOBS k BRO.
THE HOWE MACHINE CO.'S
SEWING MAC.H INES,
699 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
These World-renowned Sewing Ma
chines were awarded the Highest premium as the
World's Fair, In London, and sir First Premiums at the
N. Y. State Fair of hid, and are celebrated for doing
the beet work, wing a moth smaller needle for the
same thread than any other machine, and by the intro
duction of the most apprfted machinery, we are now
able to supply the very bed machines in the world.
These neschlnes are made at our new end spacious lac
tat at Bridgeport, Omn i under the immediate super
vision of the President of the Company, ELLtS ROWS,
Jr., the original inventor of the Sewing Machine.
They are adapted to all kinds of Family Sewing, and
to the nee of Samestramm, Dress Makers Tailors, Mum
aware= of Shirts, Collars, Skirts, laieks, Mantilla;
Clothing, Rats, Cap, Ooraete Boots, Shoes, Harness,
Saddles, Linen Goode, Umbrellas. Parasols, sta. Thar
work equally well upon silk, linen, cotton or woolen
geode wit* silk. cotton or linen thread. They will seam.
gam, gather, hem, SU, cord, braid, bind and perform
every species of sewing, making a beautiful and, perfect
stitch, alike on both Ake of the article sewed.
The Stitch invented by Mr. BOWS, and made on this
Machine, is the most popular and durable, and all Sew.
lug Machines are addict to the principle invented by
him. Send Ilbr Circulars.
81)11,11f A STOOPS, General Agents,
March 111.11102,-1,- No. 5t2 Cheetnnt St., ?Alla.
THE GROVER & BAIMR.
TSB BUT IN 1181.—Them NashLim hare beam
as well knows that 11111 lensed be sod by way of roma.
mendatkm. They hale tabuar; Int premium at all
the late State lam nad are UNIVSIII■II7 SCIU3OII/14fted
to be tbelllST to use ball who hare tried them. The
"Grower! Baker Stitch+ , and the .... inrittle Wash" are
Fthat. have beim 4Mballed by no mWwlisubine.—
, are the only Machines that imivi.W - erabraider with
. Thews llifariMaes ani penflarly adapted to
y am. theyaraMmestildielmisorEW directly from
tit spool without rdutadlag, tad are idiot" la their
oonstreetSon. They an WV to maallse• aid as ba
worked by almost aay child. Drerellindly should have
sine. Sim *tee labor, thy seeetems, end &Swam giOaffi
aside their work better than It tab be &Me by hand.
The eindesulened baring been appointsid Arms Am the
above Noddies, haeastablNhed an Avail In Yeirteld,
Adam ow. wlsmulur will shwa. hare an band a supply.
Permisa*ahOg to buy will please all and stimaine fat
lllMlfeeilleesad Th read WlCatiolAimppUsd
_ b. , ON,•bilus. •
Aug. I.ll , mum-or. Nattield, Adman eenaryrza.
Elf m = SHUTTLE SEWING MA-
Nipstior 4o al Nikon; Air "'wan AN)
IIioNIN UN WINSh .spnw_mmtil stowiy; solleo•
INC Altat im tatid. Mord
B.A. , RRETT'S
Tra, BEST VEGETABLE
TO WHICH WAD AWAINDIND
A SILV.ER MEDAL!
The Flights( Preitiunt at the New Hampshire Hai; Phir.
IS now conceded to he superior WAR others for rimpr•
lug Gray Hair to its
This Preparation relieves the hea-.'of Dandruff. Hum
ors, and all unpleasant Burning or Itching of the scalp,
supplying to the roots of the hair the required nourish-
ment for the promotion of its growth .
IT IS A BEAUTIFUL DREBSII4O,.
leaving the scalp, cool. clean and heafthy.
B EVERY BOTTLE WARi c trTED.
J. R. BARRETT k Proprietors.
Manchester, N. 11.
457-Sold by Dr. R. Horner, Gettysburg, Pa., and by
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS !
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL MEDICINES IN THE
videos, and now used throughout North +Ana &asth
.a . yerioa, with more pleasing results thee any other
Medicine in cases a diseased Liver, Blood or Skin, I adl
gestkin, Costiveness, Bilious Complaluts, Rheumatism
and Fe•er and Ague
detailed accounts of perfect cetrrt effected by these in
valuable Medicluee. They reuu late the eyttern and pot
al I the functiene of the body in a healthy condition
Succermorn to Dr. John Moffat and Dr. W. N. !dot% t, 'New
R ING 'SVEGETABLEOIIt3I(I3iIitATI
BLOOD ! BLOOD !! BLOOD
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD.
An eiTcetnal remedy in curing: Scrofula. Salt Rheum,
Tatter, Ulcers and Sores. Blothrs, Pimples, Tumors.
Bode, Pustules, General Debility, Dyspepsia, Loss of AD
petite. Female Irregularities and Complaints, and, in
general, all diseases !teeing tbier origin hi , an impure
condition of the Blood, or a disorderedstate of the nee•
TII is medicine, the result of skillful and scientific coin
bination, is a purely vegetable preparation, free from al
'DJ urions Ingredients.
As it. name indicates it renovates the Blrod, minor
out the corruptions that breed in it, restoring its healthy
action and vitality, and striking at the very seat of die.
ease eradicates every trace of it from the green, and gives
bloom to the pallid cheek, and health and vigor to the
frame. Many diseases and much suffering are directly
traceable to the impurity of the blood, and it Is of the
greatest importance br all that the blood whit]) courses
through every part of the system carry no poison or cor
ruption with it. To suffer with hideous sores, pimples
and eruptions and other diseases arising from impurity
of the blood is no longer necessary, as the Blood Purify
lug Agent insure and gale in its effects. Mothers having
ehildren suffering from eruptions of any kind will find it
especially effective.. The Proprietor has many testimoni
als from Clergymen and leading citizens of the county
where the medicine is prepared certifying to the wonder
ful mires effected by it.
Prepared by Dr. li. D. MAIZE,
Depot Gilbert t Royal, Wholesale Druggists, Nos. 309
and 311 North Third st., Philadelphia.
agt•ltor sale by Dr. Robert Horner and A. D. Buehler,
Druggists. Gettysburg, Pa.
June 19, 1867.-3m*
FRANK D. DUPIIORN
CONCENTRATED PLUID EXTRACT
Eradicates Eruptive and Clearance Inseams of the Throat,
;tae, Eyes, Eyelids , Scalp, and Skin,
Which. so disfigure the appearance, Purging the evil
effects of Mercury, and removing all taints, the remnants
of Diseases ' hereditary or otherwise, and is taken by
Adults and Children with perfect Safety.
Two Tablespoontulis of the Extract of Sarsaparilla,
added to • pint of water, is equal to the Lisbon Diet
Drink, and one bottle is equal to a galloopf the Syrup
of Sarsaparilla, or the decoctions as usually made.
An Interesting Letter is published in the Idedico.Chir
urgical Review, on the subject of the Extract of Sarsapa
rilla, in certain affections by Benjamin Travers, F. R. FL
etc. Speaking of those diseases, and diseases arising
from the excess of nrurcury, he state, that Do remedy is
equal to the Extract of Sarsaparilla ; its power is extra
ordinary, more so than any other drug I am acquaint
ed with. It Is, In the strictest sense, a tonic with this
invaluable attribute, that it is applic able to a stale o
the system so sunken, and yet so irritable as renders
other substances of the tonic class unavailable or injur
CONCZNTRATIp . RXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
Xstabllshed upwards-of IS years. Prepared by
H. T. HNLIKROLD,
FOR THE CURE OF
PUTRID SORE THROAT, INFLUENZA,
oranyotberlngsnunatoryorinwarddlseaseoith e Throat
uotof to 9 long standing. it Iso,SCABLET ?SYBIL—
Thlenredleinebes Leant riedin
THOUSANDS OF CASES,
I u differentpartsafthecountry,andhasneverbeenknOWll
to bulif takenin time andaccording to directions. It is
warranted to cure. 0 trait • trial and t will speak for it.
self. Everyhousehold should provide themselves with •
bazottlitemedicinsand keep ltottitands. Theourestbat
it has effected are truly marvekots.
iggs...Pnvaredandsold by Ilium, Yount& Co., Getty*.
burg.Pa.,or by their authorised agents. torsaleat near
I allthe &tomtit ldamsconnty.
mm. 30,18664( ISRAEL YOUNT it 00.
TO LADIES.—If you require a re
liable remedy to restore yent, and remove Irregn.
larities or Obstructions, why not use the beet?
Thirty years experience bas proved that
DR. HARVEY'S FEMALE'PILLS.
have no equal for Removing Obstructions and Irregular.
Mee. No matter from what came they arise. They are
safe and sure in every case. Prim. One Dollar, per bow.
DR. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PILLS,
Is a remedy *me degrees stronger than the above, and
intended for special eases along dandle&
Pri. e, live Dollars per box.
I Ladies' Priests Oirmaisr,with Jlmperisom, ssst fre
Ifyon cannot zet the Ms of your drouist„ send the
money to Dr. J. Bryan, 819 Broadway, New York, and
the y will be seat free from obbarvation by return o
[Jan. 10, 1867.—Ty
For sale In Bmmittsburg, Yd., by A. F; Stein h Co.
• FREE; TO EVERYBODY.
A large 6 pp. Circular, gieleg hatortuatioak of the
greeted Importance to the young of both sexes.
41 teaches howpecte the homely may become beautiful, the
resd, the fonalum loved.
4 "l uoung lady or aod
gentleman should WI to mtol their
Address, and melee loopy post-pabi, by retina mail.
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
Neb. St, MIL-4a. Prey, N. T.
EOT a few of the worst disorders that
itlllet =Wand arise from corruption of the Wood.
lio Itttraot airemazza is • reanadi of th. st•
LOVE AND 14ATRIXONY.—The
arketlana or tha aprons saz Day bortlasoll r
tbo strapicktt dto inclt% iuml an lay Darn baDolli
Surd di •
otrod, wt lipi wo* or
marl ear= stump Ibr Wars to •
LJ IM.* Bi
' bb ilooloona , Taft
tr ice EleoWittract
W W I
die blood, Yew
gail pope 00 MN
AND PIICENIX BITTERS
Iratablished in 1835 by one of our .110.1 EntiLeut:
Thousands of certificates are in our licameasilou. kiting
Bold by all Druggist,' White & liowbtod, Proprietor
RING: , RINGS '
RINGS To RINGS
RINGS Restore RINGS
RINGS Gray Iliiirto its RINGS
RINGS Ori:zinal Color. Erad- RINGS
RINGS Mate Dandruff and RINGS
RINGS ( VEGETABLE AMBROSIA 1 RINGS
RINGS j IS WARRANTED. j RINGS
RINGS Humors from the " RINGS
RINGS Scalp and pre- RINGS
RINGS vent Baldness. RINGS
RINGS Toy A BOTTLE! RINGS
This th.• AMBROSIA. that Iting mad.•.
Tb ix in the Cure that lay
lu the .1111t1i0S1 A that Him; made
Thie k th• Mats 'rho tem hall and zrav
Who new' Las raven locks. that may
Ile heed the Cure that lay
ID the AMBROSI that Icing made.
Ilia le the Maiden. handsome and gay,
Wt. marrie.l the man once bald and gray,
Who to,a Ilea raven lurks. they nay,
Ile tiled the ANII3nOnIA that itanK note.
Tl.is hi the Parson. wRu, by the way.
.Married the Maiden. lundautue and guy
10 the Man once bald end gray.
But who now has raven lucks, they say.
Because Lensed the Cure that lay
In the AMBROSIA that Ring made.
This is the Bell that rings away
To arouse the people, sad and gay.
Unto this (act Which bereenew lay—
If you would not he bald or gray.
tee the AMBROSIA. that it inionade.
K. M. TUBBS st CU., Pruprtatora, Yeterisugo' N. Li
MAIZE'S BLOOD PURIFYD:G AGENT
Druggist and Chemist 594 Broadway. N. V.
Air &ad by all Druggists. Apr.3o
TOE GREAT CEOLERA
WONwieftrUL ItEMDDY wee discovered an
Introduced about twenty years ego by Dr. B.Cheop
omen eminent Ugyptiatt physician.
Ile bad long seen and felt the want of home remedy,
which would strike at the root of disease. Sod eo
vent much of the guttering which Om human Rustily was
then compelled to mince.
This great question eras irresested to his mind every.
day In vivid colors as be moved among thesick muddying,
and observed the Inefficiency of nearly all the telnedles
then in use. Thus he was led to think and experispeat;
and after ten years' study and labor. he prorated to his
fellow-man thellsonderful Zingari Bitter*. Tile effect of
this preparation In the prevention and Cure of Meow,
was so nisrvelionrand astonishing. that the moat dotter
log marks of royal favor were bestowed upon him who
discovered it. Rig name wag placed upon tbs Roll of
Nobles, rod a gold medal with the following lioicription
—Dr. B.Cheophis. the Public Benefactor—was preheated
to him by the Viceroy.
The preparation has been used In several epidemics of
cholera, both as a preventive and curative measure, and
with each great success, that It juts been Int 'educed Into
nearly all the general hospitals of the old world.
The obi saying that an ounce of prevention I. worth a
ponlid of cure, applies with irtarteltous force to cholera,
and therefore any remedy that will protect um against
this terrible disease should be freely and persistently
All pathologists now agree that thecholera pawn arta
on the, systemihrongh the blood. and thatany combina
tion which acts on the excretory organs, and keeps them
in working order, must prevent a itufitelent acentanlitloh
of the poison to exert Ito terrible effects oa the organism.
Thi, is true not only of cholera, but of nearly all other
mial,iit,..,pecially t h e different form. of foyer.
The Zinger' Bitters is just such a remedy de the elm% e
conditions require. It acts on the organsof excretion
and secretion. keeping up n perfect balance between
tbeni. 'llll4 Bitters is composed entirely of roots and
herbs. so nicely concocted that every organ is acted npoll
an.t put in tone. Its taste is pleasant and ft. effects
pt.mpt dud lasting.
Numerous cases or the following Mecuee have b•eu
cured by it: Cholera, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, 14cratnia.
Typhoid and Typhus Fever. Fever, Ague, Nervous De.
bility. A ratelli la. Female I rregnlarfties, Dyspepata,Platn.
leucy, Colic, tr.
. Price One Dollar parquart Bottle.
Principal Depot at the Walnut street irked, Danl..
Sold I,y Druggists. Ilittelkeepers audGrocers generally.
s 68Q. F. KA LB FLEISH sole Agent for Gettysburg.
F. RANTER, Stale Proprietor
May 2,9 1367
NO MORE BALD HEADS:
ELECTRIC lIAIR 'RENEWER.
IS pronounced by all who have used
it the very bent tereintration for the Mfr. It in a pi,
Will, cure for Rabin..., eradicates Dandrufl and Humor..
stop. the hair from filling out, and speedily notion,
Bray Lockii to their original hue :tad luxuriance.
It operates on the accretions, and fill. the glantla with
new life and coloring matter. Thin, dead, faded or grni
hair will always he brought hack by a few application.,
to its youthful nbuudance, r.talitr and color.
, • .
It makes the hair soft, glossy. fragrant, pleasant to t hr
touch and easy to strntose. Dry. wiry, and intractable
leeks become moist. pliant, and dispiased to remain in am
desired position. As a hair draining it has no equal.
The sales are enurrnons, and it 14 a nniserall favorite
with .1,1 and )oung • t both sexes..
Sold by Druggists throughout the 'l.7tilted States. .1.1.
drawl all orders to ZIEGLER & SMITH.
Sole Proprietors. 137 North Third Street, Philadelphia.
Dec.l9, 1867.-1 y
GOOD NE WS FOR MOTHERS
muITIERS, are you oppressed with anxiety F,r your
little ones! Are your slumbers and hearts broken by
their cries! Do you wake in the morning unrefreslied and
;Lpprehensise? If so, procure at once a bottle of Dr. he-
Infant Remedy. and you will have no more weary
hours of watching and anxiety
DR. LEON'S INFANT REMEDY
has , tood the test of years. ,Thousa•.ds of none. and Mo
ther. hear wltnes• that It fever fails to give relief if used
in season. It is is mild, yet mire and speedy cure fbr
Colic Cramps and Windy Pain; and is iurainidle for all
complaints Incident to Teething.
"mid by Druggists throughout the U. States. Address
all orders to ZIhOLEIt rt. SMITH,
Sole Proprietors. 1T; North Third Street,
March 19, 1007.—bm.
YOUNG MEN, the experience of
pike ten yeary has iletuonstrated the fact that
Wince may he pinced in the efficacy of
BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS,
for the speedy and permanent curl of Seminal weakness,
Emissions, Physical and Nervous debility, Impotence, or
want e power, the result of Sexual Rates', or Youthful
Indiscretion ' which neglected, ruins the happiness, and
unfits the suiTerer for Business, Social Society or Mar-
Hags, and often terminates in so untimely grave Make
no delay in seeking the remedy. It Is entirety regeui
ble and harmless on the system, can be used without de
tection or interference with business pursuits, and nu
change of diet is necessary while using them. Price, One
If yon eonnot get them of your druggist. send the
money to Dr. J. Bryan, 819 Broadway, New York, and
they wilt be sent free from observation by return Oswalt
Private arcula refa Gentlemen :retiree- applku fiats
- For sale in Ernmittsburg, 31d., by A. T.Btein t Co,
Jan. 10,1881.-1 y
DR. J. BRYAN, Consulting khyei-ian,ia
819 Broadway, New York.
SPECIAL TREATMENT in all eases of Seminal,
Sexual. Urinary and Nervous Diseases In male or female.
ADTICZ Feu and correspondence irrtiCTLY po‘nDrm AL.
Jan. 10. '
and have Seminal Weaanees, Emissions, de., I will send
you, free of charge, inibrinatiota which if followed will
cure you without the aid of utediciusa. Address
HENRY L'ESDEN, Station D. New Ydrk.
AClear Smooth Skin and Beautifyl
complexion follows the use of Helraboltro Conceit.
tntted Extract Ba7aapaxilla.
It retnavea black Spots, pimples cad all ernpt(one of
the akin. .
YOUNG LADIES BEWARE 1-
Of the injurious effects of Face Powdereand Wash
es. All such realities close 12D the pores of the ski., end
in a short time aware, to complexion. If you would
have a fresh. healthy and youthfu. appearance, use Ihdro
nold's Extract Bazaaparilla.
THOSE who desire brilliancy of cow
plexion must purify and enrich the blood, which
Helmbold's Concentrated Extract of Sarsaparilla invari•
ably does. Ask for Behnbold's. Tak no other.
HE LMBOLD'B Concentrated Extract
Baroapanna, bo the Groot Blood Portlier.
QUANTITY vv. Quality. Helroboid's
Ext , act Sarsaparilla. The doee Is entail. Those
who desire a large qhantity and large dosed of medicine
IN the spring months, the system natu
rally undergoes a change, and liehubold's Highly
Cosceutrated Extract 01 Sarsaparila la an assistant of the
iffy and tonudrg.
THE subscribers respectfullyinform
A the Public that they have erected a Forge in con
nection with ttualr Mown Mill, and are now manufactur
such es Plough, Horse-sbee sad Bar Iron, and respectful
ly invite Blacksmiths sod Dealers to give them • call,
feeling matiefied that they will be able to please as to
quality, Habib and price.
HEINEMAN s WARREN.
N. B. The highest market price paid the wrolight,
ter sp Iroo. B. & W.
T HE subscriber would inform Lis customers and others
that he is still inanneetoring various kinds of Coa
tings and Machines, made to order, on short notions, mash
THRBSE KIM AND POWNII3.
(five different sizes of Powers.) Olover-eeed Ihtliers aswt
Cleaisen, Corn /Mailers and Separators, Cornibdder Out
ten, Straw and Hay Outten, Plondta, sixth as Out
Ploughs, Barshear Ploughs, tilde-MIL and Corn Ploughs :
WI.IIM-SPILING HOMO MALL
the latest Improvement; also Metal Screws km Cider
Presses, Iron Dania* for Cemeteries or Porches, with
everything *lse la his Ilse, all at low prices. •
IOS BALB-11. light Two-home Wagon, • One-haree
Wagon, all new, . DAVID STIIIMBIL
r - •
MAUL! WORK S
OORNIR OP DALTINONg AND Neat MED
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VIZ FINIIBT STYLI OP Till Al?.
G ETTYSBUROF MARBLE YARD.
, MAW SRO.
la Bart York Street, Gettysburg, Pa. Where tbay
errs prepared to fungal! all kinds ot work in their la..
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ILAWRIM &Oft ela.
at the shorten mike, melee cheep ei the cheapest,—
Age Jive us a cell. Proclaims anus to excheage ilu
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to Lally tle aad %Modem.. 14 Nakao it 'Wok alike olt
both Woo. Pike ootr ==gg DoLLABa. kora,
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