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- NOW . ISA TITEA I
0 WEAYER, ..fiisltfally announces to•
O. the lardivettrid Geitilenten of Gettysburg
and vicirrity; - zhat habits vastmed the :Daguer. I
=xtrutrineits, itt the old stand,in,Citam-
VrOodi where, be-wittbe happy to re
. visilers desirous of securing perfect
'Pairuerreoripes of themselves or friends. „
B4itfurritified'ivith . ‘ an 'entirely trew, and
'Caftlfappitatin. he is prepared t otal e pictures
jii'every style of the art and insure 'perfect
•::. ' 1 'Charges' from 54 'cenvi-toilltlO.
~, Itonns .ocoperatin g froni - 8 A. M. to - 4
o ily. ,
• may* dress avoid light,:rett, blue, or pur.
44.,.);1ark .- dAss adds 'much to `the beauty of
Akifit"S li t'T , _ . sePt 1% 1-1354-7-if-'-
1119,- - I , OV."'WANT A WELL 311. ADE
AWI) citEA? • .
'SLIT INAINTEIIILOTHING t •
7y Octcan he accommodated hy calling
on mA - R - p - us -- sinso N', — who has just
,opened,and is r.ow' selling rapidly at, his Store
Ige, choice and cheaPassortinent of
'Fall. avid - Winter Goods,
do which he inviteirthe attereion of the public.
Thifitive been selected vrith great care in the
'Eastern cities. have been bought cheap for
,cash, and will he, sold cheap'for cash--cheoper
`than at any other establishment in 'Gettysburg.
Hic stock cinisists in part of Black, Blue, I
Olive and' Green CLOTH COATS, with
'frock. dress 'and sack coats; also Tweed,
Cashmere:an-4 Italian cloth
,; also a large:stock
ortIVER (. 0 tTS; which ea niche beat in va
riety, quality or prtie. out of the cities; also a
very superior stock,,of PANTALOONS. con
,tn- part of - extnAtent and well made
Fremil; Mack Doe;skiii Cassitnerec: Fancy
eliminate. Satinetta; ; Velvets. Cord, Linen
nali,Cottonade t ,-.The stock of VESTS corn
pliant every variety of manufacture—fine black
- Velvet, Italian Silk, white, fancy
and butt Marseilles, Summer Cloth. &c. Also
-. cOristaritly - onband a large lot of TRUNKS,
nits; Carpet B gs, Umbrellas, Boots & Shoes,
Witidow. Shades; Violins, Accordeoria. Gni
-tam-Flutes; :Fifes,. Melodeons,- Mirrors, Ra
zors, Spectacles, Spoons, Watches & Watch
Guards, silk and .00tton Handkeroliefa, ra
'Suspenders Gleies; 'Stockings,' Spring
Stittlis;Shirts; a nd Shirt Collars. and a splen.
• II; • ; •
Issortmen o - " . - .
16 the. way`of Be 's and Men's furnish . -
(11ririt-rate Chewing Tobacco'slways on
band-a rare article,. which chewers are re
November 13; 1854.. tf
r -- 7111 - OST
-- F T bran . ESTABLISHED 'FACT that ma
ny persons-lost 'money by not pnrchasing
Goods at the well known CHEAP STORE
•of Abram Arriola, at ilia old: stand, on 'the
South East oorner of 'the' Diamond, where he
is now receiving-the . cheapest; prettiest and
lbest-nleeted Stock of .
and Winter Goods,
e ,o,re er to . the citizens anis
Acounty v consisting, in part, as follows
- Pack.: Blue =apd -, Brown French Cloths,
Finc,y, Felt and Beaver Cloths for Over Coats,
(Newest i Styles.)) ,B),ack and Fancy Bassi.
meres, - Tweeifi. JeanW p Cassinets, &c. &IN for
-Metes wear; Silks, Mous de Laine, Alpacas,
Merinos Plain; anti, Fancy Sack. Flannels,
'also I beauiirul issoiimerit,'Of Satins an4,Silks
:frir-11otinitit;213onnet: mkt _
of otho rii rtielea; all cif -w bicii the public
titti-ttopectftillyrecinetitod to call 'and . examine
'forlinimsetveshibeliezingllitit it is only necessi
-473i to sieif oritgoods, price them, and eraMinP, to
induce persons to parchnie. A large lot of
Trunks ofao'receivet4 which will 'be sold low.
• . - 43cieber '4, 1854. - if
• . . • • ~ ~ • .. , . -
T. RAI 7 E - REMOVED' fro m 1221 est Lom-
X-hatd Street to the new and cant Muclious
iVarehouie; Mi. 141 Ifical RraU eilre4t, near
:,/441, opPosite - the Maltby [-lease, and will
.eanhatte my: Pk:NE[4AL 'COMMISSION
- .BLISINES,S., for the - kale of 'TOBACCO.
and COUNTRY PRODUCE, of
441 'kinds; and will att.:Md . to-the 'execution of
`'order's for Purchasing. •
J„shall continue my. quail° AgeracY,
itivlng increased" faCitiirea for supplying the
.best article, as usual, at' the government's
itnivest ' price—tha lon , fif :2240 Ihs.-.—with a
moderate charge of commission fur purchasing
and forwarding:. • - 1. . _
haying manufactured' phosphate
of Lime, a, superior ant, which l•will
-warrant to becure.
I have Connected with :mi, htisiness, and
shall at all times be supplied , from the most
'crilehnited manufactories in the •U rtion, a large I
supply of .higaltitalttiriaill limple me ntm,
,of every description, warranted. to which I: ask
_particularly Ate attention of Farmers and deal
ers: Trus i ting, by strict attention, to, all busi
ness c onfiqed to my charge,'l shall tnerit the
_patronage! p f 41its public, . . .
B. M. RHODES. '
Bart.,L.4 Nolembet 27, 054.
-•-.......5.-- .1..:1-___ _____ _
l over .Braneh Rail Road.
1:411 1 ,
- - i rad; vog • OF HOURS
4 4 ,1441 S. over the • Hanover. Branch road
now rut, as follows :
Ist Train Will leave Hanoverat 0.155 A. M.,
With - Passengera for York, Harrisburg, Colum
bia ar4 Philadelphia, and • return to Hanover
with... Passengers from. 13,altimpre at 12 M.
;11;4! Train connects„also with the Express for
'faith:time- arriving there at 1 P. M., stopping
at - Gienroelf, Parktpe:A:nd .Cockeysvil le,
... 2d Train *will leave Hanover at 2.15 P. M.
witb Riersrtgellii for Baltimore. arriving there
at - 6
30 i arid - return immediately 'with Passcn•
gers from Ylarit,&64..at 5.45=,P. M.
,- - ld•Train will leave Hanover at 4 3-4 P; M.
with Pasiengers for York; and r..turn with
Pagserrgers from Baltimore„ at .8 P. M.
The. Monday morning exihrtiain will leave
for Balthamro at 5.30,; return at 7. A. M.
• . EDWARD E. YOUNG..Igent.
Hanovei. Qct. 16, 1854. , ,
irllCOßAltiiiiit Henry Wampler will make
11 1.j1 :HOOsetipouiing and pet lip the same low,
for cash or country pro - 11step. Fermi:re and All
others wishing their Heitse,a, Barns. &r.
*pouted; would dp well to give them a call.
April 18; 1854:
• is - 4E- H'i :
.. # • ,
280 Market *free,. ahave:Bl*. Philadelphia.
- 10; 1:1110M1111t.
a'eeriiraflocati6O; on 9oe
• principal thoconlifarra of ihe city.
No effect lipitred to make vi‘tteta comfortable.
V`o9 per:iti4 4 . • • • •
-Joao 14;44354. IT •
lrY) 'yOu waiit qfP.AP 11}10Cr$:10-Es
I_l Go to
1-1 1,00,1F1S lad Scot An d
41zatfat ' . SCHIC
- LiTTHE TUTS Bt 'KNOWN!
rip arr. 44 $ 1111 A 111144 D- l 'has'.just re
' 1. ibirapd from theXsetern cities, 'with the
largest and best Selected .stock of goods. for
Nlerrand Boy's' wenr ever before offered,which
he is iicw anakingtili : at the Old Stand. where .
he invites alt wfio wish to - purChase CLOTH
ING' made' of
03.4 D =al tZ23. l 2Clistr a itierta9
and by good workmen, to call and examine
his stock' before purchasing elsewhere, avhe
is determined to undersell any clothing Store
or Ship 'Sh - op in the town , or country. - •
Having secured the services of one 'of the
heat CUTTE ftS in the country, ne is prepared
to make up clothing at - the shortest natio:wand
In the, best style. His motto is Quick Sales
and Small Profits. • _
October 1851. tf
WATCHES,J E WEL R
Sil verwure 4 -franc?, Goods.
iiar.A Choice Assortment of the Finest:
ity, for Sale at the Lowest Cash Prices; at
NO. 184 SOUTH SECOND STREET, -
: e f t ,,iers - Pine:and - Unioni - Weal - side, - Philadtcs.
Ir HE assortment embiacma Large and Se
x /eel Slunk of Pine Walehes,Jewelry, Silver
Ware, AlGala Ware, plated wit4fine Silver, in
Spinns, Forks, Ladles, ¢'e.--Jet., Guilds,:leans--
and. Pansy dirtioles of a superior quality; de
serving the examination
,of those who di,sire to
procure the best goods at the Lowest Cash Prices.
Having a pradicalicnowledgt of the busi•
ness, and all available facilities for Importing
and Manufacturing, the subscriber confidently
invites purchasers,Aielieving that he can sup
ply them on terms u favorable as any other
establishment Is either of the Atlantic Cities.
0::(7A:11 kinds of Diamond and Pearl .Jewel
ry and Silver Ware manufactured to order,
within a reasonable time:
0r Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware
, WM. B. ELTONHEAD,.
No, 184 South 24 St.,
s row doors above the 24 St. Market, West Side.
'Erin the South Window of the Store, may
be seen the famous, BIRD CLOCK, which
commands theadmirdtion of the scientific and
curious. - --
October 2,' 1854. 1y '
Jurorai for January Court.
GRA NID JURY.
lliamiltonbori.4 ;nes H. Mariholl, Jooopli ' Kittinger
jjocier—Geo, H. HowitL Francis W. Knuaxe. - •
Borough—George g. Bringnian, William Culp:
Helmick—Daniel S. Barnito, William Oitt.
Frionklin-4Nlctor K. Hallway, Jacob Kookier.
Gittys, fridiu L. Taaghinliiaug4
Cumberlanil—DaYttl lkieagy, (leo, Busbmau
T 3 17111h1 ITT/77n
Mee:What —Mous; Smith, Jonas Routzahn.
Oxford—J(lM House. ,
P, Young. David Sell, Benjamin Forrey.
Moo ntpleasant—i% nthony Smith ,JlLlues Po ist, Solomon Toot,
David . Claps:o4lo. . •
nansiltonban—Robert Blythe, Joseph Culbertson.
Stmban—Yrancis Monfort, tiantool W. Hoffman, Jeremiah
Borough—Franklin D. Picking, George H. Swope, john
Weigle, Henry 'Meals Peter Johns.
Mouutjey—.Jesse Ob,pivUlAlle, Watson Barr, Henry Benner.
Liberty—Jacob Shover. '
Franklin—=Jacob Lower, John Hartman, of . J., Moses
Itallensperger. . _
Huntington—Juiries Davis, John D. Docket: e lan:ma Townsend.
Butler=L'harlei S. Wright: •
Dec. 11, 3854,
THs undersigned has just returned from
the City with, a large supply of FRESH
GOODS, which he is prepared to sell at prices
which cannot be beat. - His stock consists or
of all kinds, Sugars, Molasses, Coffees, Teas,
Fish, Salt, Crackers, •Cheese, Pickled Cu•
cutobers, dtc. Also,
Fruits and Confections,
Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisins, Prunes, die.
—Also, Powder, Shot, Tobaeco, Segars,
Gail's celebrated German Smoking Tobacco,
and a variety of other articles—Also, a first
rate assortment of the best qualities of
Wines tine Brandies, of different kinds,N. E.
Rum, Holland Gin, Old Rye, &c.—all of
which can be had on the lowest terms at the
Store of the subscriber, 'in South BaltiniorL
street, next door to the "S tar " office.
4-'•!Also, always on hand a variety of Stone
Jugs, 4o.—Give us a call.
Getty ;burg, May 15, 1854.
- Cheap Watches & Jewelry,
LESA & ft ETA IL, at the'Phil
ade%phia Watch and Jewelry Store, N o.
9t; North Second street, corner of Quarry,
Gold Lever Watches; full jeweled, 18 caret ca.sea, 828 00
Gold Lepiners, 38 caret. - 24 00
Silver Levera, full jeweled, - • 12'00
Lepineki. jewels, ' - • - • D 00
Sukarior Quartiers, . 7 00
Nine Silver di). ' ~ . ... . 150
Gold Bracelets, • . . ' . 300
Ladies' Gold Pencils,• - - • - 100
Silver Tea Spoons, set, - . - . - 1600
Gold Pews. with Pencil and Silver Holder, - - WOO
Gold Finger Rings 37i cents to $80; Watch
Glasses, plain, 121 cents, patent 18i; Lunet 25;
other articles in proportion. All goods war
ranted to be what they are sold for.
STAUFFER at, HARLEY.
- On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers and
Lepines, sill lower than the above prices.
Sept. 25, 1854. ly
ARE 'Wallin to certify that the !7I ATHA.-
AY__COOKING STOVE is the very
best Stove now in use, inasmuch as they will
do more Cooking, Roasting and Baking,•and
do it with less labor, and last as longagain as
any other stove now sold. These celebrated
staves are constantly_ kept for sale at a very
reduced price, at the
Gettysburg Foundry tr. Machine Shop
where the subscribers, feeling determined to
snit all persons, have also the Parlor, Sexton's
Baltimore Air-tight. Peakskeli, and Cabineh
Cook stove, and Air-tight and Ten plate Par
lot Stoves,'of the most beautiful patterns. • •
The Seylar Ploughs,
which cannot be surpassed for lightness. of
draerght, or in the character of their work,
are constantly on hand fore sale, and in view
fthe fact that the Moii;dboard oftheseTiou
is one fourth heavier than that of otherploughs,
it is decidedly the cheapest that can be ob
Ozy. ERO W PLOUGHS and other's,
Castings for the Woodcock Plough. W
mill machinery, Castings and Hollow-ware;
with every article usually mad eat Foundries,
tan he obtained here. _
(r:rillacksmitlaintt and Cho* Mnkine 58
1:14110. T. 'WARREN & SON.
if - 10 M 1 4 : ON ! COME A kielhofe
. 1 ood spat received by
Oct.:. ' A. AIZNOLD:j
To OE eitijgas, of tittiplittrg-;----°—
J Palvernitatlier's Hydro!. Electric
OONSTR6CTED to be worn, next
N.,),skin, producing a constant current of ' nrt
iNTRRRUPTer) *l.MeTito maorieTtait---effecting
IMMEDIATE RELIEF, FROM. ALL A
CCTE PAINS, arid a • ; , .
Permanent cure of Neuralgic Diseases!
Pulvermacher's Electric Chains were first
used in France, three years since, for the cure
of Nervous Diseases, and after being submitted
to the most thorough trial, in every 'hospital
I in Paris, by the most. learned professors in
i_ that city, they were recommended to the Gov
ernment of France, who granted 3,patent , for
were introduced in Germany, Austria, Prussia
and England, and one year since, introduced
and patented - by the United States Government.
Most Astonishing. Cures , of
Rheumatism ' Rt. Vltun's Dance,
- Painful and Bi:relied Joints, _ Palpitation of the Hurt,
Neuralgia of the Face, • Periodical Headache, .
_Deafrillettiness 2 Pains from Indigestion, .
Hysterics!, Dyspepsia, tunic Palm,
' 'Every Disease, termed Nervous,
itoptintrly - trrid - rapidly Cured,- by simply wear
ing the Chains for a few hours. each day. ,
Theehains were first introduced in the city
of NeW,Yoile, where they were exhibited to
-Prof. Valentine Mott,•Ven Ouren, Post, Car
nochan,-. and others, who readily discovered
that they possessed
,Strange and:Singular Power of Inaletotly •De-
whenever applied, and by their 'recommenda--
don and-influence, they were , introduced into
the different ,liospitals of New Yo rk, and are
now . in daily tore in those institutions. in the
treatrilatit and core of the above named diseases
; ' No Other Meeh'anical Agent„
in The world. can produce so many well
thendcated certificates of cure, from scientyie
Physicians and intelligery Patients, as may - he
found in each pamphlet, which may be obtain
ed gratis at the Drug Store of S. H. BUEH
LER, who is the sole Agent for Gettysburg,
and 'who will explain the manner of nee to all
who may apply.
> In the city of New York, at the General
Office, 568 Broad - way,. there are being sold
daily, from forty
. to sixty CH4INS, and the
.sale and demand in Boston is as great in pro
portion to • the population, although they have
only been introduced t hreamonths
The Caams are easily worn, and are equally
as well as the,adult„ and are . always ready for
ine—never get-out of repair, and are as much
an 'article of ornament, as they-are a valuable
means of cure. eAUTION.—Ladies who are
emirate are requested not to wear them.
The prices of the Chains are $3 and $5, 18
and 30 Links, and can be sent by mail, to any
part of the State, by addressing S. H. BUEH
LER, only—A gent—for_Gett_ysbu rg.
I. STk;IN,ERT, 568 Rroadway, N. V.,
General Agent. For sale in all the principal
cities in the United States.
July 3, 1854. ly
- Citizens if the
YOU have done me - the honor as with one
voice, from one end of the Union to the
other, to stamp the character of my Ointment
with your approbation. 1 t is scarcely two
years:since 1 made it known to you; and el rea
dy it has obtained- more celebrity than any
Other medicine in so sh6rt a period.
38, earner of Ann sr( Nassau sts., New Turk.
AST_ONISIIIN 'MIRE OF SoRE LEGS,
AFTER N IN E YEARS' STAN DINO.
Copy of u Letter from Mr. 'J. W. Langley, of Huntsville,
Yiulltin co., North Carolina. dated Nov. Ist; 18'43.
READ lIIIS OWN WORDS.
To PsoFEssoa Hom.owKir : Sir,—lt is nat
my wish to become notorious, neither is . this
letter Written for The mere sake of writing, but
to Say, that your ointment cured me of one of
the most dreadful cutaneous diseases that flesh
is heir to, and which was considered by all
who knew me, to be entirely beyond - the reach
of 'medicine. For nine years 1 was afflicted
with one of tl:e most painful and troublesome
sore legs that ever fell to the lot of man; and
after trying every medicine I had - ever heard of,
I resigned to despair all hope of being cured ;
but a friend brought me a couple of large pots
of your Ointment, which caused the sores on
my legs to heal, and I entirely regained my
health, to my agreeable surprise and delight,
and to the astonishment of my friends. -
AN EXTUA.ORDINARY CURE OF A
BAD BREAST,.WFIEN NEARLY AT
'MIK POINT DEA'rH. •
Copy of a Letter from Mr. R. Durant,' New Orleans, No
' vember 9th,
To - PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY, 38, Corner of
'Ann and Nassau StreetS, N. Y. Dear Sir:—
It is with hear:felt gratitude I have to.inforin
you that by the use of your Ointment and
Pills, the life of my wife has been saved.
Por seven years she had a bad breast, with
ten running wounds, (not of a cancerous na
ture). I, was told that nothing could rive her :
she was then induced to use your Ointment
and Pills, when in
,the short, space of three
months, shey .effected a perfect cure, to the
astonishment of all who knew us. r We ob
tained your Medicines from Messrs. Wright
& Co., of Chartres-street, New Orleans. 1
send this from "Hotel des Princes," Paris,
although I had written it at New Orleans,
'before we finally left, at 'hat time, not know
ing your address at New York.
/- (Signed) R.'D URA NT.
The Pills should he used conjointly with the Ointment in
most of the following cases :
Dad Lep Contracted and Lumbago . Sore-throats
Dad Breasts Stiff Joints Piles , Skin-diseatNes
Burns Fistulas itheumatistn Scurvy
Chapped Lamle Swelling* Sore Nipple* Wounds
**• Sold at the Establishment of Professor
Hot.Lowsr.'3B, Corner of Ann and Nassau
Streets, New York; also by all respectable
Druggists and Dealers in Medicines through
out the United States, in Pots, at cents,
87 cents, and $1,50 cents each. To be had
Wholesale of the principal Drug Houses in
frrThere is a considerable saving by tak
ing the larger sizes. _.
N.4l.—Directiong for the guidance of pa
tients in every disorder are affixed to each Pot.
July 3, 1854. lyeow
LA(37 - avitars
THE subseriber hereby gives notice to those
who have promised him WOOD - on' 'ac-'
count, that he-is in want of it, and that unlesa
it is delivered forthwith, without any limber
noti ceitive - A - cc - anuts - w i Wire- pl ace d in the hands
of an officer for collection, and the money re
quired. T. WARREN.
OF the beet quality, always on hind, and
—for Gettyshorr,' t the Found ry Jot
T. WARREN & SON.
N[ A P C o li rk Eß H E rti ( i:s ,
Canodd fis h ,
aidesS at on ,tl
Shoulders,t. r rin g.
and CheFse. Constantly on hand and fin , sale
by J. Palmer 1 1 / 4 , Co., Market Street
jr - horf, P I 111,.11)F: II 1.1. ,
Uctvber .9, 1654. -
LOOK TO. YOUR. INTEREST!
rpHE undersigned has just returned tram
, Phitade!ptiia with a large and fashionable
" UCTI-2 (0 1 1R14
which' he'will dispose of at VERY 'REDUC
ED PRICES to all who may favor him with'
a call. His assortment consists of the folk
SHAW - 1. 2 _ FLANNELS,
PLAID 'MKS, M USLINS,
F. MERINOES; LINEN,
M. D E.1,..A IN ES, BLANKETS,
WOOL PLAIDS, QUILTS,
D EBEG ES, , CLOTHS,
PERSIAN CLOTHS, SATINETS,
GINGHAMS, , HANDKERC'FS
Also. a tot •of groceries - and Queensvvirre,'
which were bought low and will he - sold low'
for Cash or country produce. To punctual
customers - a credit of six months.
• J. S. GRAMMER: — -
October 16, - 1854. tf
$1 Curt for 311!
J. W. LANGLEY.
Salt Menu► Sore-heads
T HE .subscril3ers would respectfully an
nounce to their friends and the public that
they have opened a NEW i-lARDWARE
STORE, in"_Baltimore Street, adjoining the
residence of David Ziegler, Gettysburg, in which
they are opening ,a large and general ,aseort - -
Iron" Merl, Groceries,
CUTL E RY, COACH TRIMMINGS
G 3 Tb Ilt lIE
tebar,mare Shot Sinbings,
Paints, 01Ilty and Dye-stuffs,
- general lc le ding-e very-Ale pt iort-of-ar ti
dies in the above lines of-business, to which
they invite the attention of -Coach-makers,
Blacksmiths, Carpenters, Cabinet - makers,
Shoe-makers, Saddlers, and the -public gen
end ly. • - .
Our stock having been selected
care and purchased for Cash, we guarantee i
the Ready Money,) to disposesof„any part. of
it'Am as 'reasonable terrnsas they can be pur
chased any where.
We partiduiariy request a' call 'from our
friends, and earnestly solicit...a.sliare,ot public
favor, as we are determined to establish a char
acter for sellinii:Q6aa`at low &ices and do
ing business on fair principles.
JOEL B. DANNER, -
Gettysburg, Jane 9, 1851. tf
AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION!
TIM E AsigiacAN — A - zwaTs t- U - storr - weirld — re
spectfullysannounce to the citizens of the
United States and the Canadas, that for the
purpose of cultivating a taste for the fine arts
- throughout the country, and with a view of
enabling every laMily to become possessed of
a gallery of Engravings,
By the 'first Artiits of - the. Age,
they have determined,' in order to create an
extensive sale fur their Engravings, and thus
not only give employment to a large number
of artists and others, but inspire among our
countrymen a taste for works of art, to present
to the purchasers of their Engravings, when
250,000 of which are sold,
250,000 GIFTS, OF THE ACTUAL COST_
Each purchaser of a One Dollar Engraving,
iherefore,rec_eives not only an Engraving
richly worth the 'nioney, bat also a ticket
whir) entitle& It rin to one of. the Gifts when
they are distributed.,
For Five Dollars n highly finished
Engraving, beautifully PAINTED in OIL,
and FIVE GIFT 'no Kiirrs, will he sent; or
Five Dollars worth of splendid Engravings
can be selected from the Catalogue, and sent
by return of mail or express.
A cdpy of the Catalogue, together with a
specimen of one of the_Engravings, can be seen
at the office of this paper.
For each Dollar sent, an Engraving actu
ally witrth that sum, and a Gift Ticket, will
immediately be forwarded.,
The Committee believing that the success
of this_IGRKAT NATIONAL UNDERTAKING will
be materially promoted by the energy and en•
terprise of intelligent, and persevering .Agents,
have resolved to
-treat' with such on the most
liberal terms. •
Any person wishing to become an Agont,
by sendintes (post paid) $l, will receive by re
turtvof mail, a One Dollar Engraving; a GIFT
TIC KET, a Prospectus, a Cataiugue, and all
other necessary information.
On the final completion of the sale, the
Gifts will be placell in the hands of a Com
'HITTER Of the PURCHASERS to be DISTRIBUTED,
due notice of which will be given throughout
the United States and the Canadas.
CM of Gifts :
100 Marble busts of Washington, at
100 •' •' Clay.
100 66 4 Webster,
100 o 1, Calhoun,loo 10,000
50 elegant Oil Paintings, in splendid gilt
frames, size 3x4 feet each, 100 5,000
100 elegant Oil Paintings, 2z3 feet each, 50 5,000
500 steel plate Engravings, brilliantly colored
in oil, rich gilt frames, 24x.30 in. each, - - 10 fi,ooo
IC,OOO elegant steel plate Engravings, color- ..
ed in oil, of the Washington 3lonument y
20x26 inches each, 4 40,00 e
237,000 steel plate Engravings, from 100 dif
ferent plates POW in iiossession of and
owned by the Artists' , Union, of the mar
ket value of from 50 cents to $1 each. ' 41,e00
141rst-clams Dwelling, in 31st st., N. Y. City, 12,000
22 Building Lots in 100 and 101st ate., N. Y.
City, each 25x100 feet deep, at 1„000 22,000
100 Villa Sites. containing each ten thousand
feet in the suburbs of Pico' York City, and
comManding a magnificent view of the'
Hudson Hirer and Long Island Sound, at , 5,000
20 perpetual loans of cash, without interest,
or security, nts2l . lo each, 5.000
i 0 It t‘ 11 100 4 . 4 5.000
100 41 41 " 50 " 5,000
250 ti ii 11 20 LL 5,000
I 2000 II 1/ as 6 ii • 10,000
U Ice nt
Reference in regard to the Real Estate, F.
J. Visscher & Cu., Real Estate Brokers, New
York. Orders, post paid, with money enclos
ed, to be add teased.
.1. W. HOLBROOKE, Seey,
505 Broadway, N. Y.
The Engravings in the Catalogue are
now ready for delivery.
November 6, 1854. 6m
Baltimore Baltimore fk. Susquehanna Railroad
CH ANGF: OF HOURS._ Way Passenger
'Train leaves Calvert Station at 8.15 h. M
4rrives at York at 11 hi
Accommodation Train leaves Calvert
Arrivo. at" York at
Eitirre - s - sl'rahrte - a - v
Arrives at Yolk at
11 11Rfil i NG.
Way Pnsgengei Train will leave Har-
TiSbli rg at 1.45 P m
Arriving at York at -- - • :2.45 P m
Express Train,leaves Harrisburg at 8.45 Ara
Arriving aEl'ork• at 9.54 A M
A. P. WINCHESTER, Super't.
(4 U A E P A LI' V o - A t R n E i A NI) ,, GRO . C i ERIE I S i - r — ue
i nt o f glieenNwate, %hid, he will sell Inw.
I:411 and see. Oct. 2.
A T 3 3 \
Are - s - C'aivertStalion at lii P 3 . 1
12 P M
JN ursuarKeof the, Act of AtAv_ern . by.y, "passed the 27Th day of !illy, 1842, the fol.
JR. lowing statitnent is herithy - pitbflehed by.ttie COMmissioners of Adams ecooty,
which exhibits ihe -- ,amonnt. descripfictft and value of the Real and Personal Property,
T rades, Occupations. and Professionaj made taxable by the several Acts of Assembly
of this Commonwealth : •
IZ I — ct "CO "1 -'• r• I ' 0 a .. 1 - '1 „." . F., .., c4 "P, • 0 c 0 ...
• , ---- 9 . = 2, 1 ,, •-• 41 *5 °l:= 0 - 0 'l5 'd -, (/' -• 4 4, - ;-
c. '- " I •f-t . 11 ' - •" • I W I :, I 13 ri' - ' , . Th c.,._-.- 2 'or , A:*
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. :. 0.......5,.. 5 .,..,.., 0 .a- oz ,c. _ ,_: g rA ....,
~= _, ex e"L- 0 a- a . col -, 0 , 0 t . z i •-• = 0 r.r.:
g: ' .:.,..,p...r . = . 3 .,g , = 4 l. ....l i • .•,,, . 6 . , -• rP,.
il • . z- - :91 ..-,-..:a I E I ;-- I F -,‘) - - s 'I - ri: :- ,f,,, jPt`` f 'f
C - a l
El (ii ri .1
.Fr • in 1 cm t 0 1 ( C., F . t-r; .4 ; - .Fl t'l -
--------, ,- . . ,----. 4
Borough, 5931 60759 1 5 719515940; 45915 ' . I 'l3ool 2501 1475,927 00
'nurberland-7- ----_ - Y--'2-.173641 18330 -18315; - 81 251,6301, 134 1
,i 3501 2'7801 3 011
Germany, • -' 142732 1 . 8346 , 26052: - 7225 i 180 10801 J : 1825! 500
Oxford, • f . 159478 1 10170 038561 • 6970 i 1900 11 1 ' log 13621
Huntington, • .i , . .. ,
2177601 16407 611X%69; '0445 , . - _ 32W ,2 00
4 , ._
Latimore, 138809 i 11962 308591 5620. -, ... 0 ,
Hamiltonbruk 290851, 19373 238461 1 105*
.. 340 70 ; 30
Liberty, - . 139354; 9145 107491 :_4050 • ..
~,,,. t , , :.
20 212 15 3i1 9 . 0 50 0
12601 1 00
Hamilton, I 7: - )v, i 1 8119 D 2i71101 -DlBo' ....
, • 1959i
Menallen, . : 160264' 16114 195141 ; 738,51
~ , .. 2615 1 i
13iiiiten, 2515881 19882 192531 , $10.5i.
~ 175 ._ 402191 " 100
Franklin„, :2 , 59'2271 ...4 4 60 . .. 3269 05 t 1 0810 t • .-, 2 6 0 - r' - - - --- - 3147; -.' 250
~ • e I
k 3 •' - • ' '
4 ,' , 4 17,7 °' . . • 134 9 1:3 2 ;;'': 8 97 1- 0 3 2' . . 1 6 6 15%1 ;9 ' 4 3 '51 . ':. . ---. l6BOl 200
21 1 46 5 6 6 7 4 ; 1 .
.: 0 1e 0 di
MountioY. • 1723031 11121 12279; • -38991
Mount lease . 1 ,
247606!, 16110 271661 - 59101 . .. •-- I. . 21881 -• "
Rending, ' . - 223455 1 14074- 283321 561 -
Berwick; .98961; • 5460 2129'Z 4795 - - 1175' :4 tit,
Filmdom, 81106 4655 10667 1 ' 23101- - :96 -- . • 60Z.1 '
Union, 210703' 8906 45520 40701 ; 80 --.- )84 1 .
Butler, 150411 1 13436 1 4 X4 4 '5760' - - - 1 2495 , .
, —........., —. ••••••••••••••, ••••••••••••••• ..., •m••••••••
•••••••••••• •••••„„..„. ,„....... = 1
Total, 9995234'260821 57098818613 3 65901107E01 . 430,1369 I.sr.) 43291457 50
Attest—J. AVOIIINBAUGH, Clerk.
'December 15, 1854._ , •
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4%42 P .P.l
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that line, should not fa il . th examine our stock.
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‘, AT :THE ,
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mil El subscriber has completed his new
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`(Feed constantlY - on• hand and for sale.
• C. W. HOFFMAN.
Arrgest 14, 1854. ly
PERSONS baying Flay do well
by caning on the -s6beeribet, in Gettys
burg, who is !iesiroas of jinutilasing. The
highest market .rice -wilt be'-laid at all times.
13—As he intends having the Hay, after
iiicelcel; — liailled"'"eittarlfr•RUbr'er-tir
Baltimore, -the -preferfiiien tolgenrw ill be g,ivel3
to thOse froth wii6M" he &air 'Ouretase.
-." SO 1.0140 N W ER S.
Dec. 6, 1852. tf .
J LAWRENCERILL, M. p.,
AS his Office one door west of the Lnth eras
church, in C harnberstiarg street, and op-,
vosite Graarmer's store • Where those wishing
to have any- Dental Ojperajiwiperforrned
are respectfully invited to cart.
Dr. D. Gilben, Dr. G. N. Berieetty, Dr. D.
Homer, Rev. C. P. Kraut)), D.D., Rev. H.
Daogber, D. TY., Rev. Prof. William M. Rey
rxold s,R e v. Prof. M. Jacobs, Prot M.L.Sicever.:
Gettysburg, April fl, 185,3. tf
• • DOCTOR
JOHN A. SWOPE :
TirAVING located permanently in Gettys
burg, offers his professional services to
the -public. Office and residence in York
street, opposite the Bank.
GettyShurg,, April 24, 1854.
- AT RNEY AT LAW,
(Office removed to one door West of Buehler's
Drug & Book-store, Chambersburg street,)
Attorney & Solicitor-for Patents
BOUNTY Land Warrants, Back-Pay sus
pended Claims, and all other claims
against the Government at Washington, D. C.:
also American claims in England. La nd War
rants located and sold, or 'bortht, and highest
Agents engaged in locating warrants in
lowa, Illinois, and other Western Mates; and
lands for sale there. -
Kr - Apply to him personalty or fry letter.
Gettysburg, 'Nov. '41,1953. .ly
DAVID , WILLS,
Attorney at Law,
HAS taken Mr. STEVENSON'S office, North
West Corner, of Centre Square.'
Reference,—Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, Lan
Gettysburg, January 2, 1854.
' E. 11. .1111JEUILER,
IVILL faithfully and, promptly attend to
all Business' . ent rusted=—to him. Ile
speaks the Geiintue ktnguaoe." • offie '3t:the
same place, in SOoth'Baltimore Street c :near
Forney's Drug Store, and nearly opposite
Danner At ‘Zieglees Stors., , ' • • [March' 20.
WM, B . : NI.aCLELLAN',,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE on the south side of the Pii??
JF Square,- two doors west of the Sear
office. Aug. 22. Fkfit,
W. A. _ AI / GIN - LEY '
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(AMOR in' the south-west corner of the
‘_.l Square, formerly occupied by D. Mc-
Conaughy, Esq. Will attend promptly to all
business entrusted to his care.
Gettysburg, May 15, 1854. -
JH. SKELLY respectfully informs his
. old customers and •the public generally . ,
that he continues the 719ILORING BUSI
NESS, at—his old__stand,_in South Baltimore
street. where he will'be happy to accommodate
all who may patronize him. All work en
trusted to h is
. care warranted to fit and be of
most substantial make. Thankful for past
favors, he solicts a continuance of public pa-
nee-The New Yark Spring and Summer
Fashions are received. _ Call and see them.
Gettysbmg, J.Vlay_ 1,1854.
T 00 KING, GLASSES—aII sizes and .pri
ces---at SC HICK-;•_;.
STIES foe sate at the Gettysburg .team