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PAGES CLIMAX SALVE,
• FAMILY• BUNGING TOR 2 CINTS
It heels without soar. Ka Ituolly.aboultl44 without It.
we *arrant it to cure • Sierr;iWa, Sores, Salt Blume*
Chilblains, Tatter, Pimples, and all Eruptions of the
Skin. Bar Sore Breast or Nipples, Cati,ElFaina, Braless,
Barns, Scalds, Chapped Hands, kc., it maks. a perfect
I t bee been used over Ilfteenyearsorlthoutoue &Aare.
It hag eo parallel—bait% perfectly eradicated die:
ease and beefed after alt other mastitis had felled. It
is a compound of Arafat with many other Katmai sad
Balsam, and put up hi larger bane tban any other
Sold by Drag%lets everywhere. White e Howland
Proprietors, 121 Llbertj Street, ;few York.
Merellll,ll367 ; —ly
DR. SCIIIINCIPS PULVONIC SYRUP
This great medicine cured Dr. J: H. Scums, the Pro
prietor, of Pulmeary Centenmptinn, when it bad aseum
ed its moot formidable eureka, and when speedy death ap
peered to be inevitable.. His physicians pronounced Ids
case incurable, when he commenced the nee of Shia simply
but powerful remedy. His health was restored in avers
Alert time, and nee retuisi of the disease has been appre
hended,for all the symptoms quickly disappeared, and
his present weight is more than two hundred pounds.
Since hie recovery, be has devoted his attention exclu
sively to the cursor Consumption, sedthe diseases which
are usually complicated with it, and the cure* effected by
hie medicines have been very numerous and truly won
derfo I. Dr. Schenck makes prof nsketal visits to -
al of the larger cities weekly, where he has a large con
course of patients,.and it is truly astonishing to see Seer
corissimptives that have to be lifted ontof their carriages
and In a few mouths healthy, robust persons. DR
SC ENCIC'S PCLMONIO SYRUP, SEAWEED
AND MAIiDRAHR PILL/3 arogenerally all required In
curing Consumption. Full directions accompany esch
ew that any one can bake them without seeing Dr.licbenck,
but when it is convenient it is host to see him. He gives
advice free, but for a thorough examination with hie Re•
spirometer his fee is three dollars.
Please observeywhen pm chaffing, that the two like
nesses of the Doctor—one when In the last stage of Con
/emotion, and the other as he now is, In perfect—are on
the Government stamp:
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers. Price .61.3.0 per bob.
tie. or $7.00 the halfdosen. Letters for advice should al- .
ways he directed to Dr. Schenck's Principal Offce, N 0,16
North oth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
General Wholesale Agents ; Demise Barnes lk Co., N.Y.
S. d. Hance, Baltimore, Md.; John D. Park, Crinclnnat
Ohio; Walker Taylor, Chicago, .UL; Collins Bros., St
Louis, Mo. [Nov. w e m ly.
CONCENTRATED. FLUID ZIMACT .
Eradicates Eruptive and Oceratire Diseases Was Throat,
Now, Eyes, Eyelids, Scalp, and sin,
Which so disfigure the appearance, Purging the evil
effects of Murcnry, and removing all taints, the remnants
of Diseases, hereditary or otherwise, and is taken by
Adults and Children with perfect Safety.
Two Tibleepoonfulls Of the Extract of Sarsaparilla,
added to a pint of wetes i. is equal to the Lisbon Diet
Drink, and one bottle is equal to a gallon of the Syrup
of Sarsaparilla, or the deCoctione as usually made.
An Interesting Letter is published in the MediccoChir
urgical Review, on, the subject of the Extract of Samoa
rine, in certain affections by Benjamin Travers,'?. B. 8.,
etc. Speaking of those diseases, and diseases arising
from the =CMS of mercury, be states that mo 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 applicable to a state o
the system so sunken, and yet so Ir; liable as renders
other substances of the tonic class unavailable or injur
CONCENTRATED EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
Established upwards of 18 years. Prepared by
H. T. lIELMROLD,
Druggist and Chemist, 594 Broadway, 14. Y.
air Sold by sit Druggists. Apr.3o
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT
Is a certain cure for fiseases of the
I3LADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROPSY, ORGANIC
wEARNRas; efiraiALE COMPLAINTS, GENERAL
and all diseases of the
whether existing In
MALE OR FEMALE,
from whatever cause originatingand no matter of
ROW LONG STANDING
Diseases ofthese organs regeh e the ine ore. diuretic.
If no treatment is submitted to, Consumption or In•
sanity may some. Our Flesh apd Blood are supported
from these warms. and the
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS. "
that Of Posterity. depends upon prompt use or a reliable
HELMBOLD'I3 EXTRACT BUCHIT,
Eestabl Med upwards of 18 years, prepared by
H. T. HELMBOLD, Druggist,
504 Broadway, New Rork, and
104 South 10th st., Philadelphia, Pa.
Feb. 28,1887.-1 y
The REV. EDWARD A. WILSON will send (free o
charge) toall who desire it. the pre.cription with the di
rect ions for making and using the simple remedy by which
he was en , al of a lung affection and that dread d WNW
Consumption. His only object is to bezeht the ahead
and he hopes every sufferer will try this pniscription, as
it will cost them nothing, and may prove • tolinaing.—
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. 165 South Serum. st., Williamsburg. New York
ORIOIN AND HISTORY OF THE
BOOBS OF THE BIBLE.
BY PROF. CALVIN B. STOWE, D. D.
A wnrk of real value, and an almost indispensable com
panion of the ilible,show ing what thit Bible is not, what
it is, and how to nee it; answering Ail the objections to
its authenticity urged by modern infidels, and tracing
th. authority cif each book up to its inspired authors,
giving a vast amount . of Information heretofore locked up
in very rare and costly volumes, making one of the most
popular books ever publishyd.
1000 AGENTS WANTED.
Experienced agents, clergymen, ladies, schoolteachers
and others should send at once for circulars giving fur
ther information. Address.
ZEIGLER, DicCIIRDY if CO.,
601 Chestnut it., Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. 2-3 m
GRACE'S ,CELEBRLTED &ILL
From Mr. E. Trcxxs, Depot Master at Salisbury, Mses.
"I have been troubled for ; years erith a bad humor;
sometimes outwardly and sometimes inwardly. During
the past summet It =elicited Itself more than usual out
wardly, and I used your Salve. All signs of Ohms since
disappeared, without affecting Me inwardly, indicating,
I think, the eradicating nature of the Bala. "
BYITH W. BOWLS d BON, Boston, Proprietors.
.Sold by Druggists at 25 cents a box. Beet by mail
rlr II cents. [Oct.
COLGATE COLGATE & CO'S
• ac CO'S ERASIVE SOAP.
E B A S I V E le manaLctured from' PUBIC MA.
TREIALB, and maybe eotuddered
the STANDARD OP EXCSIL
SOAP. LENDS. Nor sale by all Grocers.
May 16, 1661.-1 y
lIELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATZD EXTRACT BUCHII
Is the Great Diuretic.
Is the Great Blood Purifien.
Both are prepared accorling to rnleaof Pharmacy and
Chemistry, and are the most active that can be made.
I nforuiatien guaranteed to produce a luxuriant growth
of hair upon a bald head or beardless face, also a recipe
for the removal of Pimpkedllotches, Eruptions, etc, on
theskin, leaving the ante soft, clear, saa beautiful, can
be obtained without chargaby sddressiag
11305. F. CHAPMAN, etemiet,
June b,1667.-1y ' .893 BroadwiY, New York;
V o ivitto of flu WAA .
Baltimore, Thorlay lfortsiar.
10 00 @ 10 ISO
11 00 11, 50
2 813 . @ 285
1 50 @ 165
72 0 73
SuPE.B FLotz, .
Hocs, tlloo lb6.
Bssir Csims, 11100 lbs.. ) . 0
HAT, 00028 00
GOLD, Phil& 444
Gettysimus. Orals ima pprvisions liarke4.
WHTIT WELT, ..:....
CLOVER BUD, :.
LARD,..... 4.• • &• ••••
BLOON, ....... ... . .
ALLEN--OonzAn.-00 nit., at DD
ninon, enteif,Ord l catonm, e Rev. Geo.
SooItAMAIA: •: 11 411.: t_Ot• aslesiuw-
Minot, ter ht., diughtiirnf Robert -
Cobean, formal" of „
Rev. Samuel Yingling Mr. Washington
Holub; of Silver Run, Carroll county, Md.,
to Miss Catharine Raer, of Berwick twp.
LoEicliourr..— n the Wilid inst., by
Rev. E. Breidenbaugh, Mr. Henry A. "Lott
to. Miss Sue e t Mellott's; both of Cumber
Pgrups—ArrnE.--On the 13th inst., in
Littlestown, at the Reformed parsonage, by
Rev: J. M.lllemens, Mr. William :Philips
to Miss Jolt= Attar, both of this county.
.slllKobititary notices 5 cents a line for all
over 4 lines—cash to accompany notices.
BLAIR.-01111 the 20th inst., in. New Oxford,
of typhoid fever, Maggie Blair, aged 5 years,
;daughter of Utast and Susan Blair.
Farewell Sisters' Brothers all,
From you a St- ter Christ doth call.
My stay on earth was short, yon see,
Prepare the way and follow me.
My nwther dear, to you. farewell,
Pm going to heaven with Christ to dwelL '
My stay with you was short, bat still
It was my heavenly father's will.
Dear Maggie, thou art gone to rest,
We'll oft times think of thee;
We know that thou art with the blest.
Where thou can't happy be. (WY
K.nurpsa..-In Tiffin, Ohio, on the 10th of
September,. Mrs. Catharine Kieffer , wife
of Rev. Dr. M. Kieffer—formerly of Em
COSHUN.-On the sth inst., at Johnstown.
Pa., William F. Coshun, aged 32 years, son
of John and Nancy Coshun, ibrmerly of this
A Hon will be glean at BOYD'S SCHOOL HOUSE,
(Newell's road, S miles from town) . Saturday erewieg,
Noe. 90t, for the benefit of the S. S. Libra 7. Ticketkat
the OM. [Oct. 80.-2 t
TO THE LADlES.—Having
chud BiEs. hteums's Pattern Stamping gerbils.,
lam prepared to stamp patterns for all kinds of EM
BEOIDERY AMD BRAIDING, On reasonable terms. Ite.
sidence on York street, adjoining the Bank.
Gettyeboxg,,Pa.,Oct. 30.-3 t
HE now Methodist Z. Church at -Petereburg,*(Y. E.)
Pa., will dedicated on Sunday. Nor. 10th, 1887.
Rey. Dr. lITAX Of Baltimore, MeV. Mr- /barn of ChM •
bersburg, Rees. J. A. Rom, W. G. Fumnikm. D. C. lus•
stab and other ministers are expected to be present.
J. M. CLARE,
Oct. 30.-2 t ' Pastor in charge.
NOTlCE.—Letters of Administra
.L tion otitb• estate of iIiDEP.ICK 91001131.10211, late
of Iffanklia township, Adams county, Pa., deceased, har
ing boon granted to the undersigned residing in the same
township, thehltereby give notice to all persons Indebted
to said estate to call and make Immediate payment and
those baring claims 'against the same will present them
properly antbinticated for settlement.
1 A. I. sroCKgLEaga,
I. J. STOCHSLY.MiIft,
NOTlCE.—Letters of Administra
titleon the estate of Gums Toni, late of Hamil
ton township. Adams county. Pa., dammed, basing been
granted to the undersigned residing in said township, Ike
hereby glees todloe to all persum indebted to mid muds
to call aml make Immediate payment and' those having
claims against tbe same will present than properly au
thenticated tar settlement. DAVID YOHE,
Oct. 30. Adm'r.
HE following appliaitions to keep a restaurant have
been Sled in my office with the requisite number of
signers, and will be presented at the Court of Quarter
tleadons, on Monday the-18th of November next.
• William H. Small, Conowago township.
Lawrence Brant, Littlestown borough.
Conrad lox, McSherrystown.
Oct. 30.—St A. W. MINTER, Clerk.
SABBATH SCHOOL CONTENTION.
COIIYeAtiOMOr the friends of Sabbath Schocls in Ad
lIIIIIICOUIIty will bo held in GETTYSSUILO. the fourth
week In November next, commencing on Monday muting.
the 26th eaM eenthmlug through Tuesday tend Wednesday.
the *Rh and 27th. The occasion will be one of great in
terest and a largeattendance is expected.
• Rev., ALFRRD TAY LOB., Secretary of the Penna. State
Sabbath School Association, - Rev. Dr. WTLLITTB,
Cloy. POLLOCK and other distinguished and ekg wont
gentlemen, from Philadelphia, and elsewhere will be in at
tendance and take an active part in the proceedings.
Pastors, Superintendents and friends of Sunday Schdols
throughout the County will please publish this notice'
and take proper measures to secure a full attendance.
A programme:Of the exercises Tinto prepared for dis
tribution before the day of meeting.
The following Committee of Arrangements has been
Supertnten d.ent Chris g Church, Lutheran B. School
Einperinteialent M. E. Sabbath School.
Superintendent St. J mime Church, Lnth. S. School.
. Superintendent German Reformed Bab. School.
Superintendent African Sab. School.
JOHN R. HERSH,New Orford.
J. A. OARDNER, Philadelphia.
NEW OXFORD, ADAMS CO., PENNA.
HERSH & BROTHER
HALE taken the Ware-houee recently occupied by
They are now paying the HIGHEST PRICES for
GRAIN & PRODUCE.
Constantly on hand
CHOICE - SELECTIONS
LUMBER, COAL & GROCERIES.
New Gifted, Oct. 30, 1867.-3 m
SEVEN•THIBTt BONDS convinted Into M9l-TWEN'tY
DUDS without charge.
COMPOUND =toss! NOTES CASHED.
The DIGHIST'PEBNIUM paid on GOLD rind SILVER.
STOCKS sod BONDS, of eU dabs, bought kw perms,
Interest on 211910L111 DEPOSITS adeaneedlper cent.,
,t 6 PEE 'OUT. for 3 -year, • -
-4 PER CANT. tir 6 months,
PXR CENT. foci Inciatha. •
2 ps 0. 270
8 00 @ &25
19 @ 20
17 @ 18
14 @ 15
Parsons writtioiriatlthtLaioa fa reprd to 11. 8. Bonds,
Lail Stock. of all Mods, are Invited to givens a call, and
we will give all informal:loa cheerfully.
Gettysburg, Oct 30, ise-tf
• ".. W5O
.. 220 210
2 10 2 25
mostly tit him On miadhworali - dm
90 1 16
- 7 50
--r.•:••.. WO - . 60 .
At ?Brno vci ivcr rem
oplidvarbramirpmg•br loanehill4o4 _
:4:kt. 111110.4 ,".
REV. C. A. HAY. D. D..
Pastor of Christ Church, Lutheran.
• REV. R. BREIDENBALTOH,
Pastor of St. James' Church, Lutheran
REV. W. R. IL DEATRD
Pastor of German Reformed Church
RET. 0. W. ROUSE.
Pastor of M. E. Church
• B. 0. McCREARY,
Superintendent Presbyterian Sabbath School
A. BURBLER.; -
J. L. SCHICK,
BONDS, of all kindo, BOUGHT and
witiret CIUSGING C 0311118131011.
onus PRO PTLT maim.
i op;) ARNOLD
La now emelt n LARGE STOGIE of
COATS,, PANTS* VESTS,
Ia purseemea of a writ of. Vsii Mil ditl . Dished
- out of the Court of Common Pleas of-Adams *CF•O7.Da ,
and to me dh acted , - w be exposed Public it the
Court House, in Gettysburg. on katurday the 6th day of
November nest. at 1 o'clock, P. N., the following described
Real Estate, Ws: •
A TRACT OF LAND, situate (n Dotter townetrifx, Ad
ams county, Pa., adjoining lands of John Ruiner, Jonas
Roth, and others, containing 120 ACRES. more of less,
improved with a one andw.halßstory 103 HOUSE, a Log
Barn, with Sheds attached, and_other outbuildings; a
young Apple Orchard, and other fruit trees. About 25
acres of the farm arerin timber,-the balance of the land
is clear and under good fence. There arb two wells of
water near•the buildings, with a pump in one.
Seised and ta <en in execution as the property Leah
Stainour. PItILIP H. NN, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Gettysburg, Oct 30-ta
gal.. Ten per cent. of the purchase mousy upon all sales
by 04 Sheriff mast be paid over immediately after the
property is struck down or upon failure to comply there
with the property will be again put up for sale.
CAPITAT.TSTS LOOK TO
J. , C. ZOltK, REAL ESTATE AGENT
. NEW OXFORD, ADAMS COUNTY, PA:,
HAS TWO NO. 1 STORE STANDS. for Sale or Rent, with
`Stack of Goods, dole r • Ann-rate bunny's, situated near
a Railroad, In splendid :ill/ages, healthy locations. A
good chance for those wishing to engage in the business.
A rare chance is offered if applied for immediately. Pos
'mission given any time.
Also, 100 Farms, Mills, Country Seats, Foundries, Ma
chine Shops, Town Lots, Sc., in Pennsylvania and Mary
land, for sale. ranging in pt Ices from $BOO to $lO,OOO.
sare ny person wishing to purchase property. as well
as to sell through my agency, will do well to . call on the
subscriber, or address by letter,
.1 • O. EDUCE, Agent.
Address—New Oxford, Adams county, Penna.
PUBLIC SALE OF A VALUABLE
The undersigned, Trustee appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Adams musty, Pa., to sell lands late of lisser
WOLTZ. deceased, under proceedings in Partition, will es•
pose to sale and sell at Public Vendure, on Saturday. the
911* defy of November next. at 1 o'clock. oo the pre
misee, the tbilowing described TRACT OF LAND. situate
in Liberty township. Adams county, about two-and a
half miles south of Fairfield, near the road leading to
Miller's Mill, adjoining lands of Nathaniel Grayson, John
Clark, and others. now occupied by Andrew Donaldson.—
It contains 11 1 /r, Acres, more °rims. and is improved with
a one and a halt story LOO MOUSE, a good Stable, Hog
Pen, Corn Crib, and other outbuildings. There are three
never-failing Springs of water convenient to the house, a
flue youngorchard of choice fruit of all kinds, Including
Pears, Peaches, Cherries, Ac. A small stream of water
runs through the premhes, sufficient to run any kind of
tuna II machinery.
.Attendance will be given and terms made known
on day of sale by ADAM C. MUiSriLMAN,
October 30.-ts Trustee.
A NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
J. C. ZOITCX & Scr-N'S,
We have just returned from the C , ty where we bought
a very large and well selected MOCg of goods suitable in
our line under the late decline. Our stack consists in
part of Plain all Wool De Leiner. Challie De Lathes, Cali
coee, Plaids Bleached and unbleached Muslins, Cap-i•
merge, Cotiona , 'es, Kentucky Jwme, Linens. A large
lot of Ladies' Delmore! Gaiters, plain and tipped ..Voroc':o
A complete assortment of Groceries at low rates, Hard
ware such as Tire Iron, Spring, Shear. Blister and• Cast
Steele, Horse Shoes, Horse Shoe Bar. Nail Rods, Ham
mered Iron, Nails, Spikes, Shovels. Spades and Forks,
Door Locks, Pad Locks, Latches, Hinges, Screws. Table
eq. Pocket Cutlery, Grindstones, Paints. Oils, Ohm,
Potty, &c., China and Queensware by the set.
We [write the public to give us a call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere as we are determined
Thankful fir past patronage we hope to merit
the same in the future.
June 12,1887.-Bm . J. C. ZOLICII k SON.
PROCLAMATION. -WHEREAS the
HOD ROBERT J. Ftsuaa, President of the several
Courtaof Common Pleas, in the Counties comprising the
District, and Justice ofthe Courts of Oyerand Ter
miner and General Jail Delivery, for the trial of all cap
ital and ottieroffendere in the said district, and law
E. Pe lEansi and ISAAC ROBINSON, Esurs . Judges ofthe
Courts of Common Pleas.and Jnetices of the Courts "(Oyer
and Terminer andGeneralJail Delivery, for the trial of
all capital andother offenders in the County of dams—
have issued their precept, bearing date the 21st day of
Aug-, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty•seven, and to me directed, for holding a Court
fif Common Pleas. and General Quarter Sessions of the
Peace and General Jai I Delivery and Court of Oyer and
Terminer, at Gettysburg, on Monday, the ]Slit day of
NOTICE IS LIMIEST GIVEN, to all the Justices of
the Peace, the Coroner and Constables withit. the said
County of Adams, that they be then and there in their
proper persons, with their Rolls. Records, Inquisitions,
Examinations. and other Iteinembrances. to do those
thingswhich to their offices and in that behalfappertaln
to be done. and also. they who will prosecute against the
prisoners that are orthen shall be in the Jail of the said
County of Adams.are to ba t hen and there toprosecut e a
galnst them as shalibejust
Sheriff's Office, Gettysburg, l e
Oct. 30, 1867. 1
N OTICE is hereby given to all
Leitateen and other peptone concerned that the
A.dministration Accounts hereinafter mentioned will be
presented at the Orphans' Court of Adams county, for
confirmation end allowance, 013 MONDAY, the 14111 day
of NOV sktßsa,4lm, at 10 o'clock, A. M, viz:
92. The first account of Jacob K. Lerew, Daocntor of
the will of Jacob Lerew, deceased.
83 The first account of A beiT. Wright, Administrator
of the estate of Samuel narlan, deceased.
84. The first and final account o f William Bittinger, Ad
ministrator of nichael Miller. deceased.
85. The second and final account of Dr. D M'C.'White,
Administrator of the estate of Dr. Charles Blish. late of
Hampton, Reading township. deceased.
86. The first accountof John Blocher and Eli 'Bloch er„
Kxecutors ofJoseph Blocher. deceased.
87. The first and final account of David Slagle.Gnsrdian
of Lydia Ellen Slagle, a minor &slighter of Soiomon
W. D: HOLTZWORTII, Regirster
JURY LIST-NOV. TERM
Hamiltonban. John Waugh. Foreman.
Huntington. Philip Myers, Henry A. Steak
Berwick tp. .1. G. Wolf.
Gettysburg. Jeremiati-Rowe, Win. Salient?.
Franklin. George Settle, Dr. John Carpenter
Cumberland. Adam Butt, Abraham Plank.
Menailen. Noah D. Snyder.
Union. Daniel Sell.
Latimore. P. Andrew Myers.
Mount,. My. Henry Bucher.
Littleatown. John Diehl.
Berwick bor. George Baker.
Liberty. - Oreiory P.Topper, Jacob Krise.
Monntpleaaant. Peter K. Smith, Samuel Siva+
Germany, Hamilton Forrest,. .
Straban. William L s . Thomas, Jonas Hebert.
Oxford. Franklin Peters.
Hamilton. Abner S. Hildebrand, John Heiselman, Sam
uel Alwine, Entail Spangler.
Gettysburg. Edward Menchy, Jacob Brinkerhoff, Amax
Ilamiltonban. Daill.l Bieaecker, William Cnlp. James
.Mount Joy. Hosts Hartman.
Tyrone. Jesse Group, John Bolen.
Franklin. Conrad Thomas, D. K. Snyder, Philip Cut,
Berwick bor. F. J. Wilson.
Ccnowago. Jacob Little.
Oxford. Ephraim lleagy. Jacob Slagle, Jeremiah Diehl-
Straban. John O. Brinkerhoff, John H. Eckert.
Huntington. Benjamin Gardner. Jer. Spangler, Jacob
Zag, Waltemeyer Ziegler, Cyrus G. Beals,
Littiestown. Henry Diehl, George Yount.
_Reponse. gamete Grater, Isaac McConley, Henry Ep
pelman, Enoch Rousezahn. •
Butler. Josiah Weaver, Jacob Peters, Sr., David Toot.
Reading. Jacob Miller.
Freedom. David Rhoden, Jr.
Mountplesaant. Michael Levinstine, Daniel Lawrence.
Germany. Jacob P Hoer, S 'onion Menges.
Latimore. George L. Deardorff, Chits. W. °Hest.
Cumberland.. W llllam Boca, George Spangler.
Liberty. Reuben Shover.
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=TRACT or k LZTIII3 ROY BASON SOLOMON BOMB MUM
PAM, Bth April, 1E64, q.. 5 Rue Fanby,S.t. Honore.
Will you be kind enough to base forwarded to me here
200 bottles of your Intro Liniment ; ii you will send at
the same time the account, I will forward you the amount
through Meters. Emmons t Co., New yo. k.
MOON BOLOZOA Emma= having recommended to
many of his friends Major LANE'S LINIMENT, and they
toingdisitousto procure it, he should advise him to
establish a depot in Paris.
Y, relieteter ready; as • killer of pain. taken inward
ly, or ontwaral y applied, has no equaL Iforthe relief and
cure of RAessmatfc and Neenzigic ..tifedicom, Sprains,
Braises, de., itis unequalled It is also most iffileselous,
taken inwardly, in the care of Choiera, Orampeand Pains
to the Stomach Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Mokpo ilerbet,
,Cliatera Aftention. de., and Is without exception the most
smack/fat Panacea the world affords. No dually should
be without it. Every TRAVELER by land or sea should
bare a bottle. MINERS and PANNIERS residing at
distance &fen Physicians should keep it constantly on
hand In mule of ACcidenas, and trodden attacks of
StionathCosirdisinte, - its value cannot be estimite&
quire fir Mellor LANS% LLNIMIINT, and take
no other: Pl'lo'4so els. par bottle. Form idst whotemle
an d „ ta n by Naos ' !Meisel Co., 21 rk RoW; New
Yott; halo ßobinson,' 196 Greenwich et, New York;
P.O. Wens A Co_ 192 Ilulton - st., New York; Charles N.
Dritcandwo, ES 6th Ave., New Tort; and by rbipectablti
Druggists throughout the world. None. genuine tmless
olgned - by Jose Taos. Lows, and conwersignedby J.ff.
LAMB A 1:10., Proprietors, 161 i Broadway, New P o rlr.
uuk.Send for Circular. . ' [(1et.410.-4t
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One ortwo dale' time will same s pod • Sewing , Mat
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dn. The Is all Granite mil, and in a state of
.THIN IS ONS OP THE BEST WHIIAT AND GRASS
TAINS IN TES COUNTY,
sad weald waiver Well bra Deb,. There a» three wells
of eerie-tants' water, mad a ratudag strews through the
farm, throlshlog usver•talllog water in nearly all the
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berg street, Settyvbarg, which is a very desirable pro.
.S.Atty person wishing to view the properties will be
shown them by the subscriber, living in Gettysburg
Oct. 23,11107,tf R. MKIIIR6Y.
The anbecriber will seU at Public Sale. on Friday. the
1601 day erNemamber, 1667, at 10 o'clock, 4. 1 L, at his
residence In Hipland township, Adams canary, Pa., cm
the road leaning from Millerstown to GingelPs Mill,
hal !mile moth of the Mill, the Mowing Personal Pro-
perty. to wit: 2 HOBBIES, one of which is a Brood Mare,
3 Ruth Cows, 3 heed of young Cattle, 2 Bows and Pigs,
Farming Utenslis, l two-horse Wagon, Wagon Bed, Hay
Llarrialta. Plow, Double Shovel Plows, Cultivator, Bur
rows, Double and Single Trees, 2 sets of Hind Gears, 1 set
of Plow Gears, Slidgb and Bells, Mattock, Hoer, Yorks,
Bakes, Shovels, Hand Saw, Angers, Hatchets. set of Shoe
ing Toole, Halters, Cow Chains, AMIN., Riding Saddle, Side
Beadle, aldbg Bridles, Blind Briar, Ao. Also, House
hold and !Mohan Furhiture, consisting of Tablet, Chain,
Bedsteads, new Cook Stove and Pipeand all the/I:tures,
Teniplate Stove;Buckets, Tubs, Cider Barrel, Meat Ves
sel, Churn and Churn Buck, Beatles. small Brass Set
tle, Corner Cupboard, HalEbnabel Measure, Crockery, a
• lot of Apple Butter,and a great variety of other articles
too numerous to mention.
ritteeidizice will be given and terms made known
on day of sabs by WM. F. WKIILUT.
Mire= OULDET, Auctioneer. 0ct,23.-ta
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
On Thursday ths 141 A of Now:other neat, at 10 o'clock, A. Al
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of Ad.
sons monty,the undersigned, Executor of the last will
and testament ofCirmirrun !ULM, late of Straban townr.
ship, Ada* , county, deceased, will emus* to Sale by
public outely on the premises, the valuable FARM of dr
cedent, situated in Straban township, Adams county, on
the public road leading from Hunterstown to New Wier
tel, 2 miles from each place, an4adjoining lands of Jacob
Shull, Jacob Ousatt, John Rawirsticl4 and others, con
taining 66 ACRES and 128 The Improve•
meats are atwretory DWELLING HOUSE. pert brick
and part waatherboardwi, a Frame Barn, Wagon Shed,
Carriage Ronde, Wash Rouse, and other outbuildings,
with a nmerfalling well otwater convenient to the house.
There is also a Aba Orchard of Choice Fruit Treat, of av
*ay variety. There moon the premises about acres of
WADI person wishing to •iew the premiss before
the day aisle. will be abown the ume by calling on
George B. Mille; residing thereon. Tams made kirawn
on day aside by GEO. fr. BRANDT,Ex'r.
PRIVATE' SALE OF A
The tuniersigned,intending to quit farming, offers tlx
sale his PARIL on which he now resides. near the Car
lisle pike,one mile from Round Hill P. 0., Ind three
miles Gote -_ York ifutpbm• Springs or Hampton, Adams
county, Pa, mrotaining 101 ACRES, more or lass,on which
is erected a new two-4story LOG HOUSBortth back Hitch
en-liconse,24 by 2$ feet . There lea pump of never-fail
ing water& the door; Apples, Peaches, Cherries, and
other fruit trees, an the premises; a good and new Bank
Barn, built in 1806, with all other outbuildings. Four
thousand bushels of Lime have been pat on this farm in
the last three years ;al -o fire thonaind ever Galls. There
are about 30 acres of heavy Timber of White Oak and,
Ifickou. This firm bee produced 200 bushels of Wheat
and 500 bushels of Oats this mason, with abundance of
good Hay. It also Ilea convenient to Churches, Mills,
Blacksmith Shop, Stores, and Poet office. This is a good
chance, as the farm is in a high state o 1 cultivation.—
Price low—half ..Aish, balance in payments without inter
est. I. R. SHIPLEY.
PUBLIC SALE OF A
The subscriber wiU offer et Public Sale, on .Sztetrday,
the 160 day olNocember, his VA LOA. BLit FARM , eituate
In Monntioy township, three miles south...est of Getty,-
burg: near the Baltimore pike, containing 181 ACRICS OF
LAND, with the necessary Improvements, with • large
portion of Meadow and Timber; an Orchard and other
fruit. It is well watered, with a Spring near the boom
Spring Howie, Sc.
fel, Persons desiring to parchment or view the premises
will call on the subscriber residing on the property.
...Attendance will be given and terms made known
on day aside by WILLIAM YOUNG.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
The subscriber, wishing to gire op the Tanning buai
Deem, offers at Pr late hate, his valuable TktiN MY.
situate on South Baltimore street, Gettysburg, Pa., In
cluding Brick Beau Shop with 1 pool, 2 limos, and ifs
handlers; Brick Cur Ting Shop; Brick and frame Bark
Mill House; 38 ay-sway Vats on the yard, with S beeches
and room to add any additional number--coustant run
ning Spring water. never-lkiling, In tan-yard and shops.
This Toomey is located In a region whore good Bark Is
abundant at teasonebleprices. Possession ofttie Tannery
will be Ores to the purchaser immediately. If desired,
a fib a •apply of bark to run R.
There is bedded a large Twoatory BRICK DWELLLIG
on the property, • ith Spring House,Smoke House, Wood
Shed. Bans Corn Crib, Wagon Shed and other outbuild
ings, with s well of water and also hydrant at kitchen
dour, with running water through Spring House. There
ls a warielyof beet quality of growing Grapes and Pruit
on the premises. The property Is In good condition, and
In every resinect a must desirable residence and business
Also, will be sold, A LOT OF GBOTiND adjoining: a
bove, contaising 1% Acres, more or lees, with. an Apple
Orchard ends drat -class Spring and Bathing Establish
ment on It.
„ Also, A LCT OF GROUND, on the leamittitntrg road,
one.hall mil, frulo town, containing 8 Acres, which the
purchaser can also have, It desired.
Is... Persons dedringte view the premise', or ascertain
further peril:elan, will address the subscriber, residing
In Gettysburg. Pa. JOHN WINEBRENNER.
COWING 1 CO,
Seneca Falls, New York
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE A PERSONAL PROPERTY
The undesigned, Executor of tbe Estate of Lieut.Jona
Soma, tate cf of Cumberland township, Adams county,
Pa, decauel,wUl sell at Public. Sale, on Thursday. tat
31st day of OdoSer Incl. al 10 o'clock, 4. Y., on the pre.
!nisei, that rideable FARM lying on the State road les&
log from Gettysburg to Emmittsburg, about two and a
half mileitfrom the farmer plane, adjoining Muds of Geo.
Hose. John Slider, Michael Bushman and °there, contain
log 80 ACHES, more or lass. To • Improvements consist
of a two-story LOG HOUSE. Double Log Barn with Wa.
gun Shed attached, Oorn Crib. Hog Pen, and other out
buildings.. Thar la spring of.yra.ter on the premises; a
fine young bearing ..aish Cherries and Peaches.
The farmla In good etoadition std under good fencint.--
There is slugs quantity of Moer and more con be
made. and 3rom 30 ta,35 ofgood Timber, soma 12 to
16 acres °INV& sate sold in lots all or 6 acres, or ah
together, M may, best wait parshaerds.
the Flinn Isnot sold unthe4ay oral's it will then be
At the wane tile will be sold Ore Personal Property of
said deceased, to wit:
ti TWO HORSES,
a No.l Sadr, Cott,l Mich Cow,will be fresh about the
time of amia, 1 Heifer, heavy with calf, 2 yeang Cattle,ll
gimes), 4 big Hap, 4 Shot's, 1 Wagon for two or three
homes, Spftg Wagon, Nay Carriage, Pleir, Harrow, Corn
York„ &MO std minglaTreee, Harness, Saddle and Bridle,
Cow Chaim, Crop-eat Saw, Corn in the ihockorith many
surAtteadases will 14 Olin and terms wade known
on da7 441110 b3* fIAktIIICL prrz ma,
' /twit *our, D. of D., Auctloner. Executor.
FA.RNI AT PUBLIC SALE.
4SLe nwiprsigned, Committee of Dam J. wiU
ern. oisMisecial thtlitli dog Nosember at I <idea,
P. b 7 *dor of Wm Court of Common Pismo of Adams
county, tht nut of ssidDavid Smith, situatain Mount
pleasant ilwnsliip, Adams county, Pa.,adMas,g lands
at PatricKldaberry, John Miller, Abraham Senn. and
others,idttainhig 50 ACRES, more or Da. The fin
;movements amidst ofTWO DWELLING ROMP •
cue and stailar-oneof Ewan stem, and the othem
tr r if i zith br i t
i cuild a=w % 4 4Dr id ed. a goo4= , Barn,
There ie wf good water pear ths oth d i sn h :b and con
venient the bun; a thriving young of choice
thaw( Wade: About inn' Acres are In good Timber
—the • cleared and under cultivation, with a hair
of good Meadow. The /arm is all under r ee l •
fencing, in good cultivatke—part of it having
limed the year. Immediate possession will beVven,
EarAtiludancto will be given and term mode known
on day edlele by . DAVID J. *LINN,
Oct. 16.ree Committee.
Taunt RIINDRID mama.
AV.IIIBY VALUABLE FARM AT
, ' PRIVATE SALE;
i.uwi :nue. seat of Bannittnourg directly on Public
!Load lend from Mectisnienteira to Plank Road. The
Aupi.con us VSO diatl6B of land, 60 dorm of exoelleot,
timber, of Illisdon Wad; all Winn he
end under good Onto et cultion The buildinp am
idst of BRICK SOUSA WO Diriek Dank Barn, 96
by 00 teat Wagon Shed, Carries:a Homo, Swim and Dry
Home, gmd Winti Roam with* geolftgring near by, 9
Wellsonoverliiii Water, pod Orchard Choice fruit.
convention to Ch -1 antletzt WU and smithshop,.%
mile to od Public Rowe, and everything con
venient and desimble In, perms* wishing to buy a good
. o t t i i
. n d v ie i e pretao. .
rs r antwald Warm i itwa
l e S
IS , Uwe!' and 'domes this:
istapung to Lwato tbo noiwitborlsood.
Iran bi=llBl4.' tat two Batas ItilleDINON
sitottal of tikoltatwotiest to itrodonitillio-olie nits
u l dri otlkrwlWon Room .atit Work Obey. Tama
lOW. of tbe•wadeisigood.
. • WM, DLDIN,
~; ' ; ,, 1031roite , iF
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se west :
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geal ostatt 4410.
Ima s iats ,t.zi - D MILL ..i.V ' . •
. . ' ...VI:I2We SALE.
, .. , .
utiod, Attorneysln tact ii:e the. Iletri o f
1111101 late of frankli utownship. 'Ad
ams musty, Ps:. decesetd, win Ogle at:* Public Bele, en
Saturday, Me 9tl clay of November, 1887. at 9 o'clock, h.
M., on the premises, the following vslusbJe Real &tate
of said deceased; to wit : ' •
No. I.—The Mansion Farm, situ
ated in Franklin township, County and State' aforesaid,
near the mad I trom cashtown to Feist old, about
2 miles month ot the er place, adjoining Moth of John
Mickley, 'Frederick Diehl. and Other*, coattail Ifni sillo
ACRES, more less, having thereon erected a little Iwo-
story MOOS, Part brick, large sank Barn, (hat , I /ad
summer,) Wagun Shed, Otew,) Carriage House, Ho` Pea,
and other n outbuildings. There Is a never-fail
ing Spring of excellent water near the dour of the &veil
ing , also, an excellent spring -house with a never-falling
Spring of water in it. There is a variety of choice FWD
trees on the r remises, consisting of Apples Pears. Peaches,
en. About to Acres of the Tract an in excellent Timber.
mostly White Oak. A fir proportion of the hind is well
set in Meadow, the rest M a 1141 sate of cultivation,
nearly all having been limed once and some twice, the
Umeutone of which was obtained on the property.
No. 2.—FARM; lying in Highland
township, on the public road molting from Caahharn to
Pairileidot mild& north of the latter place. containing
about 270 Acres. adjoining lands ofJoseph Hebert, Aisne
ham .Wickley, Wm. Walter and others. This improve
ments area twostory doable Log Mouse, agoon Bain and
other outbuildings. There is • SAW MILL with good
waterpower on the property. About 70 Acres of this
Tract ara in Timber, consisting of Locust, Oak," Sc., and
plenty of good Meadow. Ths land is of an excellent
quality and in • good state of cultivation, about one
half having tomb Limed. There tea well of water at the
door with • primp in it under roof. The above Warms are
wall-watered convenient to School Lioness, Churches,
Ac., and are n every respect desirable properties. No.
2 will be offered in separate Tracts to snit purchasers.
,No. 3.—A valuable Merchant Mill,
known as Herring's Mill. with 12 Acresof Land, situated
In Hamiltonbad township, Adams c. fsty, Pa, on Little
Marsh Cre• k. near the road leading from lisitfleld to
Cashtown. It located Ina fins vein growing country
and commands wart of the custom of .CarrolPs Tract:—
The Mill has two Overshot Waterwheels 18 feet high,
two run of Burn and ooe Chopper and all Hateres ne
cessary to a good Grist Mill in good running order This
is undoubtedly a desirable Mill. •
13. Persons desirousof viewing the shore properties
will be shown the same by calling on the subscribers re.
'Winos' Tract No 1.
103-Attendynce will be given and: terms made known
on day of sale by A. F, STOCKSLEdEd,
1. J. SIM/ULMER.
JACOB Slinusr, (D. o f D.,) Auctioneer. [Oct. 9.-ts
VALU..4BLE REAL ESTATE
OFFERED FOR SALE.
The undersigned offers to sell. at Private Sale, the fol
lowing Real Renate at New Oxford, entire, or in parte or
parcels to sat t purchasers :
No. I.—Half an Acre of Ground, front
ing on the turnpike, with the intprovements thereon,
for the last .72 years the homestead of the undersigned.
No. 2.—A lot containing a quarter of
en Acre, with ►he improvements thereon, adjoining the
No. 3.—A lot of Ground adjoining New
Oxford on the east, whereon is erected the building of
the NEW OXIOED INSTITUTE, and laid out in 38
Building Lots, containing one-fourth of an Acre of ground
; each, fronting the turnpike:Lai High Street, and extend
ing the town eastward.
No. 4.—Five lots of Ground, contain
ing together 16 Acres, mote or less close to New Oxford,
and fronting on the turnpike lea ding to York—every
It accessible from the turnpike.
The Property is alt Ap a prime state of cultivation.—
Penton' inteoding to locate at our increasing and pros
pering town are !netted to call, make their choice, and
'offer their bids—.wh lel will b+ accepted It not too far be
low the common market prices here, FOR I WILL SELL
M. 11. G. PFEIFFER.
New Oxford, Sept. .1,1661.-.3m'
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of Ad•
amp county, will be exposed at Public Pale, on Saturday,
the 16th day of .Norestber next, at 10 o'clock, 4 11.. on the
premises; the Real E.tate of CHILIeIt/A3 Altrearxitsx, de
ceased, consisting of several tract. situate in the toe n
ahipa of Ramiltonban and Liberty, as follows, to wit :
No. 1, The Mansion Tract, contain
log TEI Acres, more or lees, adjoining lands of Maj. John
Muse Dean, Joseph Reed, Michael Kngler.and others.—
The Improvements are a large two-story STONE 110U2E,
Stone Bank Barn, Wagon Shed, Corn Crib, and other
out•buildinga, with a well of water near the door, also
running water in the Barn-yard; a SAW MILL, and also
an excellent Mill Seat with good water-power. There is
a large quantity of fine Timber, Locust, Poplar and Chest
nut. There are several qearries of excellent limestone
on this tract. The land la in a good state of cultivation,
with a good Orchard, and alarge Meadow. Tom's creek
runs through the tract. There Maim, a Log Dwelling
donee and Log Stable on this tract.
No. 2 Tract contains 200 Acres,
more or lOW adjoining lands of Maj. John Masse'man,
Jacob%ready, John Sanders and Tract No. I. The Im
provements are a twostory Weatherboards' House, new
Stone Sauk - Bare, au excellent Spring of water, two Or
cbu da,oite of which is new, a Log Tenant House, an ex
cellent Meadow and a proportion of good Timber. Tom's
el eek runs through this Tract.
No. 3, A Tract of Mountain Land,
containing 19 Acres, adf oining Jacob Knead', Geo. Emith
and others, ourered with Chestnut and Bock Oak.
No. 4, A Lot of Mountain Land, ad
joining loads of H&j. John Mueselmen, James Watson
and others, containing 9u. Acres, more or lees, covered
with Hickory, Oak, Chestnut and other timber. The
first two tracts will be sold in parcels to cult purchasers.
05,„Attendance will be given and terms made known
on day of sale by
JOHN HIISSELMANd Adm • n.
DAVID STEWART, J
By the Coart—a. W. Hum= Clerk. [Oct. 16.-ts
AT PRIVATE SALE.
A valuable tract of land of 16 ACRES, nxwe or leas. on
the ditilerstown road, being the wart aide of Seminary
bill and commanding a view of the battle held. The im
provements are an excellent TWO STORY FRANZ
1101381 t. a large Garden with gd select Apple and Peach
Trees, perpetual right to the use of a never•faillag well
of eacellent water, an orchard of shout 60 bearing Apple
Troe,a Barn and several Sheds. The house is beautiful.
ly shaded by the adjoining grove of ()Acres, and near the
Alm; A TOLL LOT WTTIi A TWO-STORY LIOLSE,
stable, ABU sr.O of excellent water, on' Middle street, ad
joining the boon of Henry Utz.
811 w, ten Acres adjoining this tract, and 38 more, if de
sired, at a very cheap rate.
113„,Y0r terms apply to
AT PRIVATE SALE
The febecriber offers at Private Sale his valuable F ARM,
Situated In Freedom toenehip, Adams county, Pa., con
taining 127 ACRES, more or lee, on the road leading from
the Nunnemaker's Hill road to Mlllerstawn„ adjoining
lands of David Bossennan, Valentine Frock and others.
The improvements are part Log and part Stone Dwelling,
and in good .condition. There are about 25 ACRES in
Food Timber, and a sufficient amount of good iseadoW.
The farm Is wen watered, and be recently been well limed.
It is under good fencing. There are TWO YOUNG OR
CHARDS on the place, In thrivlag condition. drool
honks and Churches are convenient.
It3.Pert me desiring to eee the properly will call on
the undersigned residing thereon.
FARMS FOR . SALE.
I will sell the Farms, '
N0..1. Lying on the Harrisburg
and Gettysburg road between York:Springs and Heldler..
burg, containing 12L ACESS, withimprorements, now
Ensured by lame Miller. -Prim *2 per sere.
No. 2. Lying on the Carlisle and
New Oxford road, between Ilitidlersbarg and New Chea
ter, containing . 1* ACUES„ with good improvements
now occupied Ny George J. Biumk.' Price ESC per acre.
Terms : One half to be paid on the delivery of the
deed; the balance to snit tbs purchaser, either in cub
or in first Judg m ent Bonds of not lees than Vie for N 0.1.,
and $4OO for No. 2, to ba paid annually with interest.
fis.These !tunas are patented, lie handsotnely and have
been timed. W .N. BONNER.
Nay 19, 11167.—tf
A DESIRABLE HOME FOR SALE.
The undersigned offers at Private Sale, the property
sow occupied by her in lifountjoy township. on the Balti
more turnpike, adjoining lands of, Jesse Reesman and
Abraham Gomm. It monists of Ono Acre of Lind, on
which is erected a .Two de BRICK 001181, with four
Rooms below and Ste above, and &large Stone outbuild.
tag, Carriage Mine and Stable, de., two Wells of water
in the loe,and scene good fruit. Tke property is &nous-
Sortable bode, and is adapted to any public budness. ,
Oct. 2, 11167,—if ILLBN STMT..
TAMABLE PROPERTY AT
V PRIVATE SALE
The undersigned will sell t Pritata Male, on very ad
vantanoons terms, his valuable Tann. situate in High
land township, A dams county, about are miles from Get
_O4O AHRX2, more or has, of which
hum 70 bello AMA= ass htheitvy Timber. Thilmprovo.
manta are imgeitedeonvenlent. thersisi, largessonnt
of Meadow on the farm, which is second to none in Ow
township u a trait farm. It Can be conveniently divid
ed to mite two Mums. WM. WILSON.
41•4. 211,3m0 '
A FIRST CLMEIS FARM
Am • 1 , AT PRIVATE SALE,
Within two miles of Gettysburg, on the Harritel ,
burg road, with all nece improvements.
tuidln prime order. I will' sell ssity
from 100 tdlBo
Acres, to soh pneehasers. Terms reasonable.—
For further inforrustion, apply to
Sept. 18-tt Gettysburg, FS.
/urn sell/ AMA, mare or, jeas—or 100.. ACRES,
more or leu —with
ti m i sitarankanti; or ray entire
rum, containing MA • abate, on tha banks of
Kirsh Cralkothire• wise otoottp imrg, with
all tha Intproveatents, two sets of' buildings, be. /or
terms apply to JOHN S. GRAWFORD.
Gettysburg, Pa., Oct lb,*
F.O R: ..:,'S A.:L ,E,,..
A Valuable Mrslloll-A.NT - MILL,
IA Ma MILL ejtd SAW 10114 with 40 ago
oi.tiase: , tam,. 41 511040irtilnk " entlialva Creek
bit .loA rip antio44,lo 11111110$13k
titooloierpogemthembluli ARA IFNI% 400;047.,
4 Oitir 11111, 4 with
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VALUABLE -PERSONAL PROPERTY'
, AT PUBLIC SALE.
The stibeerWer will sell it6Werbitc Bale, ow Tiotsciay the
Dilthday 4f ifforestbeP test, at his :residence in Camber
load township, ghost But ad* south of :Gettysburg,
bet Ween the Batinfttabuig sad 'rampart" roads, the !al
lowing Personal Property, to via:
3 KARIM two 5 years old, one a pod Family Mare, and
one • good Brood Ware, I Colt, 6 Mach Cote*, Sof which
will be fresh by the time of sale, 2 Sails, 3 Heifers, fat
Hop, 6 Shoats, 1 good Sint-honk Wow), Lisne.Pfd, Hay
Carriage, AC., - olle•horlie *high sod Beils,i poll Sled,
Carriage and Hamer, Plawsand Harrows, -doable and
singlenhovel Plows, three-horse Double-Tree, two-horse
Doable Trent, eagle Week Spreaders, dc., Dunsitoardi,
• lot of Planlc, I holler, Huila Del H, en excellent Wheat.
Faa, Wheelbarrow, 2 good Grain Cradle... Mowing Scythe,
Clover-seed .Cradle, Mattock, Pick, Shovels, Crowbar,
Axes, Maul and Wedges,. Hoes, Forks and Beta, Horse
Gears, inalnding 2 sets of Rreechbaads,2 sets of Cruppers,
Collars and Bridles, foor-horse Line, Plow Lines, Wagon-
Saddle, Whip, Bidin g Saddle ' nearly new one, Bids Saddle,
Riding Bridles, Hartingales,Halters, Log, Cew and Breast
Chains., Butt Traties;l3 Scups of Bees, Cor- by the Shock.
do. A leo, Household and Kitchen Furniture, such as
Bedsteads, 2 Bureaus, Wardrobes. Corner Cupboard. Dres
ser, Sink, Tables, Kitchen and Dining Tables Chairs,
Carpets, Looking-Glasses ,Ten•plate Stove and P ips, Cook
Stove with Pipe and all the Fixtures, Chests, Iron Ket
tie, Copper Kettle, Spitting Wheel, Heel, Butter Churn,
Vinegar, Meat Vessels. Tubs, Buckets, C icier Barrels, Tin
ware, Crockery-ware, Smoothing Irons, Wood Saw,
Grindstone, Cut !tide, patent Quiltlng-frame, and a
great many articles too tedious to mention.
IllirSeve to commence precisely 9 at o'clock, A
when attendance will be Peon and terms made known by
the undersigned. The sale will be continued from day to
day until all is sold. NICHOLAS SKLTZKIL
JACtle Minstar, D. of D., Auctioneer: (Ott. 16.--ts
14 1 0 R SALE.
A very desirable YARN, containing 97 ACRES, of good
land, situated on the York pike about one mile from Get
tysburg, Pa. The land is Ina high state ,ot 'cultivation,
beautifully located, and well adapted to raising grain or
grazing, Improved by a DOUBLE TWO-STORY BRICK
DWELLING and Back-bbilding, one half new, and the
other part recently put in thorough repeats to match;
Leautiftilly situated, overlooking the town and surround
ing country , Barn, Stabling, and all necessary out-build
ings, excellent water and good fencing. 10 Acres of Wood
land and fine Meadow. Also, a thriving young Orchard
of the choicest selections of Apples and Peaches, resets
Orchard now bearing, Pain and small fruits in abun.
dance, on the premises, Apply to
Sept. '25, 1867.-tf tiIIEPARD STAMMERS.
In pursuance of a Writ of Fieri Facies, issuing oat of
the Court of Common Pleas of Adams oottnty and to me
directed, will bees:posed at Public Sale,on Thursday, the
ith day of .IVorifeber, 1867, of 1 o'clock, P. N., on the pre
mises, the billowing described Real Eget°, sit:
A VALUABLE FARM,
situate in Latimoro township, Adams county, Pa , adjoin
ing land' of Jacob KYLerew, Jacob Livingston, George
Hakes, and others, containing 100 ACRES, more or lees,
10 acres ofTimbec and a due proportion of Meadow The
farm Is under good cultivation, 'rod fencing, and ha.
water in all the fields but one. Ibelmprovements are a
Two story BRICK 1101 BE, with a One-story Back-build
Jug, a large Frame Barn, with Sheds attached, a Hog
Stable, a Shop, a Spring House with never-tailing spring
is it, a Smoke House, and other outbuildings. There are
TWO ORCHARDS of choice fruit, of all Studs, on the
premises. This le a very desirable property. Also,
A TRACT OF TIMBER LAND,
ID the eame township. containing 10 Xeres, more or lees,
adjoining handsel Wm. F. Bonner, Abraham Livingston,
Sir Seized and taken in Execution as the property o
John C. Iftecht, and to be sold by me.
PIIILIP HANN, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, Gettysburg, Oct. 23,1867.-ts
gfirTen per cent. of the pur:hase money upon all !ales
by the Sheriff must be paid over immediately atter the
property is /track down, or upon fatlorOto comply there-
with the property all' again be put up for sale.
TAS E NOTICE :-- The Col lectUre of Taxes for 1866 and
previous years, in the different boroughs and town.
chip, of Adams county, are hereby notified that they will
be required to nettle up their duplicates on or before the
18th day of 3430tEMBER next. on which day the Com
miaidoners will meet at their °ince, to give the necessary
The Collectors of the present year will be required to
pay over to the County Treasurer alimonies which may
be collected by the November Court.
N. WIEP.SI AN,
Commissioners of Adams county
Attest—J. M. WALTZ), Clerk.
Oct . =.-tc
AN Election for Managers of the Gettysburg and Pe
tersbOrgTurnpiteCotapany will be held at the Get-.
tyeburg National Bent. on Monday. the 4th day of Yds.
tiest,lB67. JOHN H. McCLELLAN, Treasurer.
11on the estate of Jens Socks. late of Cumberland
township, Adams county, Penna., deceased, haring been
granted to the undersigned, residing in the said town.'
ship, he hereby gives notice to all poisons indebted to
said estate to make immediate payment, and those hav
ing claims against the came to present theta properly au
thenticated fur settlement. SAMUEL, PITZER,
Oct 16.41 Executor.
on the estate of ANN DOOOl4ll. late of Gettysburg,
Adams county, Pa.. deceased, baring been gra , ted to the
undersigned, residing in the said borongh, be hereby
eyes notice to all pampa indebted Weald estate to Make
immediate payment, and these baring claims against the
same to present them properly anthent Wiled for settle•
ment. WIS. DOUGLAS, E.x'r.
NOTlCE.—Letters of Administra
tion on the estate of Joa Tscontwasuott, late of
Straban township, Adams minty, Pa., decessed. haring
.been granted to the undersigned, residing In the same
t..srnahip, be hereby gives notice to al; persons indebted
to said estate to make immediate payment, and those
having claims against the same to present them properly
authenticated for settlement.
Sept. 25.-et JACOB 0. mem:LENNY, Adm' r.
Testamentary on the Estate of Ilssisn • stun%
late of Cumberland township, Adams county. Penn.. de
ceased. having been granted to the undersigned residing
in Mountjoy township, he hereby gives notice to all per
song indebted - to said estate to make immediate payment
and those having elidms apinst the same to prevent
them properly authenticated for settlement.
Oct. 2, ISC.-Zt
The undersigned having been appointed by the Court
of Common Pleas of Adams county, Committee of Diva.
J.Sarrn, Manntplessant township, Adams county. Pa.,
he hereby gives notice to ell parsons indebted to said
Smith to make payment to the Committee, residing in
Oonowngo township. All persons bnring claims will
please present them. DAVID J. F.LINE,
Oct 16.—ti Committee.
P HE partnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned under 'be firm of CI Alf
HER It BROTHER, of Petemburg, Y. 8., le hereby dis
AD persons Indebted t i said firm, will' please make
payment without delay. Hither partner is authorized
to nse the name of the firm in the setttement of theba•
rinses. J. A. GARDMIE,
J. 0 ARO N ER.
HAVING disposed of my stock of
Merchandise to Mews: Hartman d L'isdier, and
in retiring from & successful business career of nearly
tightest pars, 1 hereby return my grateul acknow
ledgements to my, friends and customers for their liberal
patronage, and chiertilty recommend to their generous
eacouragement, my successors, Messrs. Mertman t Sad
ler J. A. GARDNER.
1867. WINTER 1867.
MIS k S,McCREARY
HABjust returned from the City with alarm mace
ment of new style
BONNETS & HATS
which ebe le prepared tosell -at yriceewhich will defy
competition. Also Bonnet and Hat trimmings of all the
atest styles., and FANCY GOODS of every variety
air Bonnets made to order,at therehorteat notice.
ErAS returned from the City with an assortment or
the latest style! o f
BONNETS & HATS,
Iteedrinade aormirs Wino on hand.
Who' Black Cope zed Etesd.dreseee made and for sale
Feathers cleaned and'esuried equal to n e lf•
4il work in the Millinery line done at abort notice.
ATTENTION, ZOIJAVSS -
TTNTIL fgrther-ordece, the "GET
MIMEO 8011AVE8' , will meats!, their Armory
for hneueotand driiIEVERY WiIIIgtUDAY EVNN/80,
at. 0.49,M, mut in ems. torMo7HIBD 81.1080.,
DBl of mob month et , le o'clock, A. M.
tt • By order of thiptain,
Oct. 9.,•tt • -. WS. 11-11iTSTEB., 0:8.
T WILL be in Ebittpining with 81iwr...444 every MON
-1 DAY Ind PRIMLY la.Mcfi week. Penang who 'may
desire me toturnish.them with Mbar Flour or Fimiti•sui,
witi larre tbittroroltre, eltbr with John Olinger or Den •
..u if Zenist, ststfisethe 'kind and quantitY wanted,
w ben 4114 rams
/*Oh 12 47.41 - - . IROT
FOR BALA—CHEAP :
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itsi W it - cr e w :.
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tiothing, gab, jihato, at.
H E u A keT tit4o
At N 011311S' STORE, is the place to get your
CHEAP FOR CASK
you want it chap Oyer coat,
I F you wants goad cheap Droop Coat,
• go to NORltti•
F you WROt • good ETeryday Coat,
I F yon want a good ric of Pant•,
F you watt good chap Tat,
17 you want a FASHIONABLE HAT,
, go to NORMS'
I F you wand a late Fall Style Cap.
IF you want a gixxl pair of Boots (wigwam,
go to HURLS'
IF yon want a FASHIONABLE ramna,
' go to Noiuur.
F you wants good French Calf Gaiter,
' r go to NOItSII3'
F you want a good Umbrella
you want good Paper Collars,
I F yon want a faabionable inn ofClothea,
go to NORRIS'
IF you want anything in the Gentleman's Lin*.
Ito to NORRIS'
I F you want a good gYdOKE,
/.1.. ou want good HEAVY UNDER-CLOTEIING
go to NORRIS'
Also—A large stock of CA.SBI3LEENE IA TUE PIECE.
Personspreterlng the goods to Reeds made Clothing, can
be accommodated at the lowest cash price.
Oct. 9, 1867: tI THEO. C. NORRIS.
PICKING SELLS COATS CHEAP
PICKING SELLS PANTS CHEAP
PICKING SELLS VESTS CHEAP
PICKING SELLS SHIRTS CHEAP.
PICKING SELLS NOTIONS CHEAP.
PICKING SELLS CLOCKS CHEAP.
PICKING SELLS TRUNKS CIIEAP
PICKING SELLS VIOLINS CHEAP
PICKING SELLS ACCORDEONS CHEAP
PICKING! SELLS VERY CIIEAP.
CALL AND SEE HIM
July 24, 1867.
NEW BOOT & SHOE
NEW AND GOOD GOODS
rr 11E undersigned has opened a new Boot and Shoo
1 Store, on WIG LIMORE STREW, one door south of
the Presbyterian Church and nearly opposite McCreary's
Saddler Shop where he offers an attractive aasorttnent
of goods in his line, all new and selected wish the great
eetcare. He has
LADIES' CONGRESS GAITERS,
LADIES' BALMORAL GAITERS,
LADIES' COMMON GAITERS,
LADIES' BALMORAL BOOTS.
IN LABOR VARIETY.
GENTLF.METS CALF BOOTS,
GENTLEBIRN'S KIP BOOTS,
GENTLEMEN'S CONGRIFIS GAITERS.
G' SLIPPERS, ALL STYLES
GENTLXVIN'S BROGANS, &e.
MISSES' CONGRESS GAT:ERS.
rsca RALM:IRAL GAITERS,
WNW MOROCCO BA.LISORALS,
&c, le., &c.
BOYS' CONGRESS GAITERS,
BOW BROGANS, ke., 4.
All will be sold at the lowest living profits. Buyers,
from town and country. are invited to call and examine
goode and prkes before pan:dmb* elsewhere. lam de
termined to sell cheatt--a little cheaper than any other
house in the county. By strict atteliti - 11 to bnaineee r asid
dealing fairly and squarely with everybody. I-hope vi
merit and receive an encouraging shire of public patron
The MANUFACTURING of Bouts and Shoes pill be
carried on, in all its branches. Boots;Shoes mei Gallen
made to order Also, Boots and Shoes able owe MM.
facture constantly on hand. Repairing done on short
notße—and no effort spared to est seitiatiertfon. , None
but first class workmen employed. Having a Weed:toe
experience at the businees,l feel. confident that I can
plea,e all who may call. D; If. RUNOBL.
Gettysburg, July 31, 1867.-tf
NEW AND CHEAP CLOTHING
STACKS OF THEM!
BRINKERHOFF, corner "of the
Diamond and York dryer, loudest returned trenn.
the city with au unusually attractive eaeortarentof
CLOTHING HOR SPREIG t STILILER WEAR,
which he will sell it such prices as cannot fail to bat
them off very rapidly. Mail and Judge for yoursehts...-
To look atlbe excellent material, tasteful cutting. and
neat and sabetantlat sewing, and then to get his 110 W
prices—callers cannot help Put buy, when they me it so
winch to their Interest to do so.
He has Conte, Panto, Vests, oral] styles and materials;
Hato, Booty end Shoes ;
Shirts, of all kinds, hosiery, Gloves Handkerchiefs,
Neck Ties, Cravats, Linen and Paper Collars, Surpenderi,
Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas, Pocket Knives, &seam,
Smoking ana Chewing Tobaccos, Pipes, Stationery. Se. ;
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, with a thonsan and one
other extickte, entirely too numerous to detail las news.
He WM the attention of the public to hie new dock.
confident that it will please—aud no one can or will sell
cheaper. Don't forget t °place—corn ero f York
and the Diamond, Gettysburg.
May 29, 1867. JACOB BRINICHRHOFT.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS,
and other materials for Men's Wear, farnlalted and mad
ay, to order, on short notice
Work also solicited from Customers, o purchase thalr
W. T. KING,
Yerk etyma, oppceite the Bank
BOOT AND SHOE-MAKING.
Respectfblly Inßerme hit Mends and the public generally,
that he has built a new Shop, on West Biddle street,
GETTYSBURG. a tew doors from the Court-House, and is
now preperedprptnatly to execute all orders for work la
his line. fleollsatess, ladles . and Child/en requiring
BOOTS, BROM SLIPPERS. de., are requested to
him a call. He superintends all work made in his
And will guaranty satisfaction, both as toptices and quail
ty of work, • • •
Of all kin dl promptly attended to.
Aiwa) , pkilfitt • •
FALL STYLE .OF HATS
• s C REAR
HAS jut received • fresh and general uoortment of
/.1 HITS, incindlnettle very latest style of fine Silk,
C a n= 80BIRtlr o latg, and also a, large amply of
SouW HATS 'and CA P 8 for Men and
BOYS. Ile invitaahlv &Inuit' and the public to glvo him
, 11 tall ' !Sept. 11:1867.—rf.
y ,tt wish to limy good and cheap
L Goods, call at JACOBS i sttO e. BLARE; near Sty
ers'ain Chiunberstarg street, GettystpurA.
lust* ery boa eatectlon. °Woes, uprottue
sig;TWgittis, it,the muter San p7ro=ii.
and are detenntned to eet/ them am cheap al out be add
anywhere In town or country. Any person wishing to
have than rut ont, can have it demo tree of o u rs
To o n doarifor cods ma nit up, sirs also be acetnamodased
We warrant the beet work and the beet Ate to be hod
'anywhere No humbug In what we say. •
We have on, band the very best meet durable SEWING
MACHINA& 'end &realise)" taliOthe as pa se
ma. fulteatiallction given eeto operating
call and eaegaine. We warrant time tee, the
, • 1,••• • • JACOB w 111114
go lo :iViUI/8
go to NORMS'.
go to NORRIS'.
go to MORRIS'
go to NORRIS'
go to NORRIS'
go co NORRIS
-AT LOW PRICES