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11114110b0pros of rartiiiirahlp.
CoTartnership existing between the
!Bntatoribtes has been ilissolsetl this day
, 4401111 lioraugit, ' '
r - I ns
We are much 'obliged to our friends and
the Public for." the liberal support extended
to :U. _
Oar Books are placed in the hands of Alex.
• •andet Cobean for collection, and we ear•
‘.Ptistly request those indebted to us to call
i end , maktt. immediate payment, ne we de.
,_•.stite,l"rttle-the business of the firm without
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yti;: ‘ ,.. ~....,• , . v., W. PAXTON,_
'"'. ,g •
,: ,, ,,sepi.• 14, 1855.—a • •
11 - 14FORHS his friends and the public goner
ally, that he. Will continue the Hat it, Shoo
'Basin* at Ida old Stand, and will always
•••' beotbd hand it large And splendid assortment
• of' OOTS dr, SHOES, HATS & CAPS of
' . Crory:variety of style and prices, which be is
• 2 •determinctl to sell low for , Cash or Country
' THE Subscribers would respectfully
announce to their friends and the
:public, that they have opened a NEW
HARDWARE STORE in Baltimore at,.
adjoining the residence of Davao &mart,
Gettysburg. is which they ate opening a
•arge sod Poiret aeeortment of
" IRON, STEEL,
Cutelty and Coach Trimimsug,
Springs, Axles, Saddlery,
• Cedar Ware, Shoe* Findings,
Paints Oils, &Dyestuffs,
n geaeral, incuding every descriptioa of
• articles in the above line of business—to
which. they invite the attention of Coach
-I,!;nutkers, Blacksmiths. Carpenters, Cabinet.
makers, Shoemakers, Saddlers, and the
• Out stock having been selected with great
, • cam and purchashed for Cash, we guart
anikte,(for the Ready Money,) to dispose
of Fury part of it on as reasonable terms as
thiy can be purchased any where.
''We particularly request a call from our
friendio.nd earnestly solicit a share of
/labile favor, as we are determined to es
tablish e - character for selling Goods at
Ow price and doing business on fair prin.
JOEL D. DANNER,
ty GeDburg, tine 13.1851.—0.
t, Tti 1S . wity FOR BARGAINS!
IBMAIsiLJEL ZIEGLER Iris just re
itimutl'from the city with the largest
lot:of GROCERIES he has ever helot.°
°kited, to which he invites the nurntion
,o 1 all, convinced that he can offer RARE
~,,,RARGAINS. He has also a fine lot of
Hams,- Stuvild.ars t Ac., Shad,
';Mackerel`in ',ackertl and Herrings,
Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Fig*, Dates,
tlinontie. Nuts, Candies of all kinds, To
, haccp,• pe g ars, Snuff, Brooms, Brushes.
Blacking, with a general assortment of
- variety goods,. Give us a call if Non want
to bcry cheap and good—next door to the
office, Baltimore Street.
' l'Oettyaburg May 11,1855.—tf
ikTOTICE;is herebygiten to all Legateeiand
. 11 other persons concerned, that the .ldmin=
• ':-teiratton Accounts hereinafter mentioned will
- 'be;presented at the Orphans' Court of Adams
county, for confirmation and allowance, on
) 1 Manila!, the 19th day of November nezt, viz
80. The first and final account of Bernhard
,- . - 11eardorff; Administrator of the estate of Lud
--,Wig'Gminter, late of Franitlin tp., dec'd.
" 81. The - account of James Russell, one of the
Ekticutors of the Estate of Peter Wagner, late
'ofßutler tp.. dec'd. •
82. The first' and final account of William
Swartz Administrator of Catherine Shisler,
letiOrCenevrego tp., dee'd.
S. The account of Samuel Beam, Adminis
trator of tho Estate of Christina Snyder, late of
'Straiten tli.; dec'd.
- 84. The first account of Sanniel Taykr, one
• , seethe Executors of the Estate of GeorgeTay
'"•lor; tarn of Menallen tp., deed. •
85 The first account of Wm. B. Smyeni, Ad-
Ministrittor of the Estate of Jacob Stayers, late
'of 'Huntington tp., dec'd.
The first and final account of Wm. M.
, l-Bightirti, Executor of James Bigharn, late of
(-Freedom township, dec'd.
' 87.. The first account of James' Feceer, Ex-
' . .ecuttriof the last will and testament of Jacob
; :Nese; hits' Of Germany tp., dec'd.
• 88:1'he first and final account of Samuel
Efertiian, 'Executor - of . the Estate of Joseph
-}lenianate 'of Straban tp., dec'd.
Thlefirst and final account OfJohn Stock.
alager, Executor of the last will and testament
,pf,Ann Stoner, late of llountjoy tp., decd.
, 90: The first and final account of Peter Epp--
T of, .of the Estate of Lydia .I!del
hetas: lite of Cumberland tp., dec'd.
91. The second and •final account of John
Deardorff. Administrator do bonis non earn tes
tament) Valero uf David Wereary, late of Stra,
ban townskip, deed. • ' • -
92. The firstand final account ofJacobEioh
tiolte;Adrninistratoi of the Estate of John Both,
tinted Butler tp., dec'd.. •
. i ,93.•Theaeoond account ofJaeob Myers_ j
flunistrator of the Estate of George All'erst
'A. late , tatintore p., dee l d, settled by John
Myers, Executor t of the saki Jacob Myers,
rri " 1911; F. WALTER, • Register.
Register's Office, Gettyaburg,
October 19, 1865. I
Hanover B. Railroad.
'TRAINEE over • the Hanover. Branch Rail
road now runts follows : •
birti* , Train leaves, Hanover at 91, A. M.,
PASSel!gt*d for 'York, Harrisburg, Colum
-I,4lind.Phdadeltihia., This train also con-
I noicts tlxpresit for Baltimore, arriving
"'there M., stopple' g at Glenrock, 'Park
ton and, Cockeysville.- '
theond Trait: leaves at 2 P. M i with Pas
sengers for Baltimore and intermediate
places,. -and return; with. Passengers from
Y°ork, c. f,. .
y • -
I;lyfili f 1 855.:1
" itt ..• ' '• .
Xgb Jaw from the residence dart .
au ber, ut Gettysburg, on the Bth of
Elettplaber livt t a Dark brown HEIFER, with
14'hinifiteti, whale bellr, and white at the end
ef ite tats. Eger age is about a year and a-
NUJ bat a very large for that , age. Any
girialtsid Warning • ha; brgiving information
get bet, will be liberally rewarded.
till #:it7 t<- .SOLOMOIi
mnite eu..p4cpolitsric GOODS ever
=ltl 0"/6r Cage slidJu*
MINE subscriber offers at Private Sale, on
very favorable tcrrruf, the following lteal
Eatuto, to wit :
"situate in Bittler township, Adams county, Pa.,
on tho road lending from Gettysburg to Car
lisle, adjoining lands of Jacob Trostle, John
Doll and others, containg,
130 JereS, •
of which about 110 acres are cleared—the res
idue in fitsbrate Timber. The impicivemcnts
are a largo -
with 10 Rooms and 2 Kitchens, calculated for
two families; n good frame 13arn, vrenther
boarded, corn-crib, wagon-shed, and other out
buildings; an excellent
of choice Fruit--Apples, Pears, Peaches,
Cherries, There are two %ells, one in
front, the other in rear of the house; a fine
stream of running water, through the Farm.—
There is a good proportion of excellent
MEADOW. The Farm is convenient to
several Churches, Stores, Mills,.
A NOTH ER F A RIVI,
adjoining the above, containing 100 'ACRES,
on which are erected a '
HOUSE 1 . 1
Log. Barn, wagon-shed, corn-crib, and other
out-building. There is a Wagon-ivalcer's shop;
alio, renderiugit very suitable for that or any
other mechanical business. There is ncver
failing water on the premises. There are a
bout 15 Acres of fine. Timber, and a propor
tion of first.rato MEADOW. Morels a fine
of Apples, Penehes, Cherries, Arc.
These two Properties. lio in the fnrks be
tween Conowngoaud Opossum creeks. There
have been about 11 1 000 bushels of Lime put
upon the Farm, which is now begining to op
erate, and renders the land highly produc
SER.For the terms, inquiry may he made
from the subscriber, residing on the first men-
tioned Farm. Persons desirous of purchasing
would do well to call and examine the proper
ties, as I am determined to sell with the view
of removing to the West. •
Ang. 31, 1855.—tf
By virtue of an Order of the Orphans'
Court of Adams county, the midi:yawned,
Administrator of the Estate of Cornelius Mc
elation, late of Liberty . township, Adams
county, Pa., deceased, will sell at Public Bale
on Sueuiday Me lOtedayof November next, at
1 o'clock, 1 ) . M., on the. promiees, the , yal•
' Reed Estate
of said deceased, situate in said township,
bout one mile from Enunittaburg, 'containing
93 ACRES, more' or less, adjoining lands o
Maxwell Shields, James Bowey, Samuel DT
horn, and others. The improvements consist
of a tWo and whalf story
LOG WEATILE ILBOARDED .t g g
Stone Spring House, with two Springs' o
I never failing water near. the dwelling, a good
Log Statile, and other out-buildings. About
I 5 .Acres are in good
and the balance cleared, and under good cud
tivatiog with a lhir proportion of meadow,
' Persons 'wishing to view the promises; can
call on Joseph 31c4'iTtled, residing on th e
same, or on the sahscriber, residing - iler- -
Attendance will be given and terms made
known on daY of Sale by
JOHN C. 314.1ALLION,
Oct. 12, 1855.:--td
MOLE PROPERTY AT
THE subscriber will offer nt Public sale, on
.on Friday the ilia of November flex!, at
1 o'clock; P. M.; on the premises, one mile
east of Gettysburg, a number of
and also CLEARED LOTS, - from ,
Ito 5 Acres each .' The Timber will - he sold
off the Lots; or with the land, ',to suit put ,
chasers. - '
1191...1 will also sell at Private Sale, one
of the following properties, which lie near the
No. 1.--The grick House,
on the TorlfTurnpike,li miles from Gettys
burg, with fram 20 to 100 Acres' 'of land, as
the purchaser may desire. •
No. 2,,--The Property at
present in the occupancy of Martin Sheeler,
near the aboro, with from 20 to 7i Acres of
land: The impmvements are a Log, House,
Batik Barn, Hay Shed, Wash House, Spring
No. 3.—From 50 to 150 . a.
Acres of Land, of the Farm late the property
of John, Stallsmith, deceased,. with the im
provements, which are a Log limise, Brick
Kitchen, good Barn, two Hay Sheds ; a good
spring of Water,; first:ratateadow.
stily-If one of the above properties be not
sold.before the 16th inst., it will be offered for
RENT from , theist of April next.
Nov. 1855.—td - . .
Mn= RAZZ AVAIDEBM
Three milei lfreqofilarrishurg,Pa.
/TIHE tenth session of this Institution will
IL commence an Monday, the sth of Novem•
ber nest. Parents and Guardians are, reques
ted to inquire into its merits. Instruction is
given in the ordinary and higher . branches of
an .English Education, and also in the Latin,
Greek, French and German Languages, and
vocal and instrumental music.
Boarding, Washing and Tuition in the Eng
lish branches and Vocal Music per sea•
aloft of five months, $OO.OO
Instruction in each ofthe Languages, 600
Instrumental Music, 10 00
ItOrFor Circulars'and further information
B R arriwL4trg, Pa.
Sept. 14, 1855.-2 m
ETTERS of Administration on the Estateof SEA Rl' CATITARLNE SAMSON, late
of Gettysburg, Adams. county,' Pa., de
ceased, having been granted to thti subscri
ber, residing in the s o me place he heti
bi gives notice to persona indebted to said
Kagae, , to call and settle the :Maine; 'and
those having claims are requested to , present
the same, puJperly authenticated, for settle-
JOHN LiaIOHLIN; .4.duer.
Oct. 1; 1855,--4t -
JUST reCeived,lua assortment of OROCE-
U RIES, wbich will bo sold low for cash'or
country produce, at
et 1,0 4 41, A.B 81 1 111 8 1
ES, ' A
e S I V-
N E TTS, Lc., if you Want bargains.
TUST.roceived lairandi ien d ; (1
14 " 1 •I't qinag.SflVAttP . decoct-
• ' , "i9RA•MliXtil
fi FFICE in l'hambersburg street
I 1 one door West of the Lutheran
Church, nearly opposite Grammer's store,
where he may be found ready and Willing
to attend to any case within. the nrovince
of the Dentist. Persons in want of full
sets of teeth are invited to call. •
" D. Holism". Prof M•JAC01111, '
" 11.8. fitIPIR, .. )1. L. DAVOIIER .
"-D. OIL HIRT. .. RA.14(7111.1* )11,11111
ROY. It .1011 NIIONr. I " M. L. BTrovr.si.
July 7. 1848. -'. ' '
D. ItIPCONTA UG-I$Y,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(Office removed to ono dour West of !Nettie
Drug & Liook•Seore,Oltambersbuig tweet.)
.11lorneif and Solicitor fur
Bounty Land Warrahts, Back-Pay sus.
ponied Claims, and all other claims against
the Government at Washington, D. C.:
also American claims in England. Land
Warrants located and sold, or bought,and
highest prices given.
Lands (or sale in lowa, Illinois, and
other Western States; and Agents engaged
locating Warrants there.
`Apply to lam personally or by
Gettysburg Nov.ll 1853.
Attonivir s►t ''
O , . .
r,FIGE inuChambersborg street, Get.
tysburg, two doors from Geo.. A
rnold's store. will attend to filing claims for
BOUNTY LAIsiD, under the lute Aets
of Congress, Pensions; dt c.. -All business
entrusted to his hands will receive prompt
April-fl, 1855. •
Attoiney at Law,
AS tAken., Alr.t STEIVENtION'S office
North West Cotner of Centre
REFERENCE.—Hon. Thaddeus Stevens,
Dec. 30, 1853. .
roTHE undersigned will attend pmplly
fto the collection of claims for BOUN
TY LANDS under the late act 'of Con.
/Fess. Those who haie alreaq received
40 or 80 acres, can now receive.the shal
once, by calling on MO subseriber and mak
.irig the necessary application..
JOE 11; - 8.", - DANNER.
Gettysburg, March 9.1855.—tf
BOUNTY LTD ACT-OF 1855.
.... F ILM' d_ undersigne ia now-fully preps
^ red to file and prosecute 'Oaks to
Bounty Land, for soldiers of the Revolt)•
tion, of the War of 181.2, and of Ara. oilier
Wars in wide!) the U. Suites have been en
gageti—and for their tlidotes and minor
children. The new act enibraces them
all, In addition to his long experience and
suecess, . he. would add, that, in all the
many claims <he has hitherto filed, (he.
tween 100 and 200) lie has carefully pre
served, and has now every thing necessa
ry to establish the rights of claimants—as
also Rolls and Lists of Companies, and fa
cilities for furnishing proofs in all cases i
that May bo entrusted to him.
He is now rapidly filing daims. lie
has made complete arrangements (or loca
ting warrants in. the Western States.--
Warrants bought.;—.Warriints. sold. Ap.
ply personally or by letter to
, D. M'CONAUGITY.
Getysburg, March 9 1855.--tf
3102UMOIM) . I:4laViko
_TOHN W TurroN, Fashionable liar•
er bet...and Bair Brewer, can at all time
be found prepared to•attoud to the calls of
the people, at the Temple, Li the Diamond,
adjoining the County Building. From
long experience, he flatters hiinself that he
ban go through all the ramifications Driller
Tonenriat Dv partmeni
with such . an infinite degree' of skill, et
will mkt with the entire satisfaction of all
who may submit their ehMs to the keen
odeal of his razors. He hopes therefore,
that, by his attention toimainess, and a de
aim to please, he will merit as well as re..
ceive, a liberal share of public patronage.
The sick Will be attended to at their'pri
sate dwellings. • .
OF THE PEACE, has opened
Jan office in the front room of his residence
iu lialtirriore street, where he will be prepared
to attend to Scriveniag, Conveyancing, and
collecting claims, promptly and punctually.
Gettysburg, April 20.--ly •
ABRAM.. ARNOLD •
INTENDS removing to York, and mast
therefore settle up his business. All per
sons desirous of saving costs, especially those
whose accounts are of .long standing, can do
so by calling immediately and PAYING 17r,-
Unless this be done without delay, suits will be
instituted without respect to persons ra simi
lar appeal to them having been utterly dis
regarded. No further indulgence will be
ifidiTHe is now selling off at cost.
June 8. 18. •
ATLit ARDS. RENTUCKY LEAF
TOBACCO, 20 Bake Hav!ins,
23 do Sagua. 20 do• Si. *Yak°, 20 Cases
Seed Leaf. Just received and for sale by
• W3l. BUEHLER, ,
No. 157 Franklin street.'
Nov. 24, 1854.
fIOBIEBY.—A now article of SILK and
WOOll 'HOSE, and Silk-11130 HOSE,
• Sign'of the Red 11-01:
Oct. 12, 1555,
• IRISS SOPUORA C. HOWARD
/1101)30D rel t veutfolly inform the Ladies of
V V Gett_p_l) that Alm intends iterrimei.
du .g NFJIY,-BUSINF T .SS r an_ Me
inSouth Baltinioreetreet, at the reel•
derive of 'Mr: D. Trimmer. She boa inadvar•
rangemente to have regularly the treflavass.
Sept. 7; 7 41. • ,
Dr. J. Lawrence Hill,
NOW e hlt MGM!
NEW SUPPLY OF FALL Ji WINTER
itirARCUS SAMSON has just returned
from New York, Philadelphia, and .Pnl
timore, with the largest and best assortment of
RF,ADI AU DE CLOTHING, ever brought
,to Gettysburg, made up in magnificent styles,
and most approved fashions. In regard ,to
Workmanship, they,catil be excelled by any
• Having enlarged my plhee and Moak, I am
able to sell
Rendy node Crolhing
(id - every description, cheaper than ever of
fered before in this or any other place this side
of the Atlantic, My stock consults in kart of
of all siz e s, prices, colors and ki&ls, made up
in a superior manner.
of the latest and malt fashionable styles, and
every kind hfganhtsuitable for winterwear; also
BOOTSifi EILOES, end a lare assortment of
Gentlemen's and Boys' Furnishing (Imxisti con
sisting of extra quality linen bosom Shirts, Sus
penders, Gloves, half Hose. Collars, neck and
pocket Handkerchiefs, and an extraordinary
assortment of Black Satin and fancy Self ad
justing STOCKS, and various tither fancy '
ticks, together with Umbrellns, Trunks, Car
pet legs,' Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes.
My Goods are selected and purchased un
der the most favorable circumstances. Quick
tales and small profits is always the motto I
am determined to carry oat at the Money Sav
ing Clothing Emporium In York Street.
A personal exaniinatico can alone satisfy
customers of the comprehensiveness of my
stock, which I am selling at least 20 per conk
lower than can be found anyof my compe
)101...1 am also prepared to ell wholesale to
country merchants desiring toielt again, Ready
Made Clothing at CHEAPEII HITEE THAN CAN DE
BOUGHT IN THE CITIES. lf,y n. doubt it, cell
and examine for yourselveri t
MAR US SAMSON.
N. B. All Goods bought f me will be ex
changed if they, do not pro e4 satisfactory.
Clettyaburg, Sept. 2R, 11,c
GREAT A ACTION
AT THE. SAND 871 NE FRONT !
• Ready Made lothing.
.. .. ---
C E-Ei a C lE' AR:RI 0 IL 0
TiAs just 'now finished' eking up: and has
-RA on hand as large a . - Ck of Ready
Clothing, Auitable for the 'll and Winter sea
son, as has aver been off d to, the ptiblic in
this place. 'His , . ' '
are all of his own man acturing, and well
made of the very hest ut crial, and none of
of your CITY MADE' ASH, which have
been put together in a h ,by crushing the
poor seamstress with a are pittance for her
labor, , or done with the kip stitch of a• sewing
e, hich if one lifeh-=gives way the
whole seam- is gone. pe give fair wages,
have our workmen donthtnd made of the hest
.materials, and our voun ladies come in with
the garments with sail g countenances and
cheerful heart% -
WE HAVE NOW, ON. HANDS—
Coats °fall grades and *la from
.. $1 to $2O
••Pants, " ; t. " ' .50ets to $lO '
Vests, " ' ' " 62/cts to $7 1
made of all holors and acre variety of style.— '
We have experienced I% rimen employed con
stantly cutting out and king Up . alCkinds of
Black, Blue, Olive, Cla Green, Brown and
Drab Cloth . Coating, i siniers, Satinetts,
Jeans, and Vestings, Dr ens, Shirts, &c., &c.
Having just returned in the ]Mast we have
,now . on hand, in connect 't with our. Clothing
Siore, n very:large:stocked* chenti 'Cloths, Cus
.Cassinetts,COntaga, &c., &e., of ev
ery variety of colors: 1 4 have just received
the Fall and .Winter Fasions, and ifive cannot
please you in n gaimentMule Up we can at all
times take your measurtand make up a gar
ment.that will please yet on short notice.—
We will not make the. IA
will sell at 25 per cent. ':.•heaper than any bo
dy else, but that we wil sell any article in our
lino as cheap as the I!heapest, and a little
cheaper, and a good dal better.
. Give us a call and eamine and judge for
yourself. 'Caine one, :onto all to the Cloth-,
nig Emporium at the ; •
Sand Stour Front of
IVIIEREAS the Lint, Romney J. FISHER
V V President of the pveral Courts of Com
mon Pleas, in the .Counahs composing the 19th
District, and Justice oche Courts of Oyer and
Terminer, and Geuerakplail. Delivery,ofor the
trial of all capital
.itrigtaber offenders in the
said district i and SAJWII. R. Russet. and JOHN
3POistv, lusqrs.,,Judget of the Courts of Oyer
and Terminer. arid Galeria Jail I)elivery, for
the trial of all capital ail otter offenders in the
County of Adams—ha , issued their precept,
bearing date the . lBth
, Y Of April, in the year
of Our Lord one thous'eal eight hundred and
fifty-five, and to niaiiirvieed, for holding a Court
of Common Pleas, oak General Quarter Ses
sions of the Pence, ri'sd Jeneml Jail Delivery,
and Court of Oyer and nrminer,at Gettysburg,
on Monday the 19th of.lionembei next--- , -
NOTICE IS HER Y GIVEN to alltbe
Justices of the Peace, ' . Coroner and Consta
bles within the said - co I!) , of Adas, that they
be then and there' in t err proper ' . persons with.
their Rolla, Records, anntsitiona, Examina
tions. and' other Rem ' brancea, to do those
• things . which to their °Nes and In that behalf
appertain to be drine,ind'also. they who will
prosecute against the pritoners that are or dial
be in the Jail a f the mid Dounty of Adams. are
to be then and there la r piosecute against them
as ihall be just.
• ' ' • HENR , r THOMAS, SherT.
Sheriff's Office, Gettysburg, 't , ' . •; '
- 1 ' Oct. 5, 1855. - ; - I tc
~..C, HE A p #oOD 8. : .
FAIINESTOCK BItOTIIERS, have just
received their man' large and handsomel
assortment of Fall snd Winter Goods,. to
which they invite thd Attention of the peptic, I
consisting of every clieription of Dry Goods,
Hardware, Saddlery;Queensware, Groceries,
Ceder. ware, Iron, Oils and Paints, &e.
Give us an early call, and we will show you
the kurst, prettiesti and cheapest stock of
Goods in the Count',
''. '. ' PAHNESTOCK BROTHERS.' '
Sign of the _Red:Foil,.
' ' •
Oct., 12, 1855
ILL. IND, s#E,
4 7 EW.ST ; 11 7 „ •
Xtrg. T. KING respectfully announces to
V Y his friends and the public generally
that lie continues the TAILORING BUSI
NESS in the room adjoining the store of J a i
Lawrence Schicit, and fronting on the Din-1
mond. = He has made arrangements to receive i
regularly the LATEST FASIIIONS, and
it will be his constant aim to give entire snti4=
to those whet:l3oy favor him with, their cuitom.
ter Couutry produce will be taken In 'ex.!
change for work. ' • -
• WM. T. KING.
Gettysburg,' fiept. 105.. . ,
1:-ADIES-Whitt,-Blackr 'end- colored KID
PLOVES ut.621 ceutuotorth 87}. Gen
tlemen's do. at 76 cents, wortll.sl'26 7 -just re
ceived.frnm Now York Auction b 7
. Ir e dlWEBTOCli B110Tf1$R8:
,VANS & WATSON, No. 20 South
A-j Fourth St., Philadelphia.
Great fire, Chestnut and Fifth Streets,
Friday morning, December, 15th, 1864.
EVANS & WATSON'S SALA.MAN
, DER SAFES TRIUMPHANT, as they
always are when put to the test.
r .Putianstrai., DEC. 16, 1854.
Masses EVANS &. WATSON,' No. 20
South Fourth St., Philadelphia.
GENTLEMEN I.—We lake much pleasure
in recommending your Salamander Safes
; to Merchants and others in want' f a se
' eure'means of preserving their bookie, pa
! pent, from fire, as the one we put.-
chased from you about seven months since ,
has preserved our books, papers and cash
in as good a condition .as they were
when put into it , before the great fire of
this Morning, which destroYed 'the entire
`. block of buildings corner of Chestnut end
',Fifth weal. The safe was in use in our'
I office,' on the second floor °tour building;
from which' place it "fell' into the oeflir, and
remaitied there until the fire' Wes
The Safe was then removed and, opened
n the presence of at least 1000 person.,
who witnessed the.,goturecindition of the
contents. Will you please have the safe
and locks repaired, as we intend to put it
in use again, having perfect confidence it:
its fire.prpof quail let ,
LACEY Si PHILLIPS
Evans,4Waison' - take .pleasure in re.
lerring td ifie following, among ihe many
hundreds who have . had their Sales in
use :—U. S. Mint, Philada.: Farmers
:and MechaniCs' Bank F'hilada. Samuel
Allen, Esq.. High Sheriff, philada. ; John
.City .Controller; Caleb
.311pe.44 Co., 'No.. 1.93 Market St. ;,Rich.
and Norris & Son. Locomotive buihlers,
Philada:;l3aticroft & Sellers, MaLhinists,
corner 18th and James Sts.; Ft tmklin
Fire Insurance Co., Philada.; Pennsyl.
violin Railroad Co., Philada.; Lacey &
Phillips, coiner fifth and Minor Ste.;
Sharpless Bro., No. 32 South Second St;;
Jams Kent .iantee, 'No. 147 North
Third Street ; W. H. Horsitnan & Son's,
No: 51 North;Third St.; Sniith, Williams
& Co., No. 87 „Nlarket St.; J. St. R.' Orne,
No. 185 Chestrnit '.
I A large assortment o' the above Safes
always on hand (warranted to stand a
least 10 per cent. more fire than any Her
'ring'..s Safe now in use.) EVANS &
WATSON, also manufacture and keep
for sale, Iron Shutters, Dun Doors and
Iron Sash, for making fire-prdbf 'Vaults for
Banks, stores, public and private buildings.
Seal and Letter Copying Presses ; Patent
Slate Lined Relrigiiramr?,. &c. Please
give us a call;at No. 26 South FOURTH
St , Philadelphia.'
April 6, 1855.=-1Y
F. H. SMITH,
POWr,MONNAIE, POCKET BOOK
DRESSING CASE. MANUFACTURER. .
N. W.cor . ofFourth&Qhestnutata,Philodelphia
A LWAYS on hand a large and varied
Port Monnaiis„Pocket Books, Bankers
Cases, Note Holders,
Port Folios, Porla
ble Desks, Dressing Cases, Work Boxes,
Calms, Trundling Bags, Backgamnton
Boards, Chess Men, Pocket Memorandum
Rooks, Cigar Cases, 4.c.
Also, a general ,assortment of English,
French and German FANCY GOODS.
Fine pocket Cutlery, Razors, Razor
Strops and Gold Pens
Wholesale,Second and Third Floors.
F. H. SMITH. ,
N. W.cor. Fourth &Chestnut sta., Philadelphia.
N. B.—On the receipt of $l., a Superi
nr.Onld Pen wig be aent to any part of the
United Steins, by mail ;—describing pen,
thui.,tne(liitui, hard, or fat.
arch 30, 1855.-1 y
IL D. CLIFTON Si, SON,
EN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING STORE,
North East corner of Second and Dock ate, Philo
To the Catzens of Gettysburg, Pa. and
YOU are , respectfuily invited to exam.
. ine the extensive and varied assort
ment of MEN'S & BOYS' P LOTH ING,
at the store ol the subscriber, where may
always he found a full supply of READY
MADE CLOTHING, of all sizes and de.
scriptions, were by men and boys of all
ages and sizes, made by experienced work-
men and of,,tlis very best Jmaterial, the
make. tit, and appearance surpassed by no
establishment in the city. Please preserve
this notice, and give 'flea call, and fit out
yourselves and song in . a manner worthy
: ef" you and them. Remember. the North
East corner rif, Scinitranti 'DOA Streets.
!,. R. D., etArro'N.*SON.'
Apif ;3, 1860.--Ily
Rook it geode, Wanted.
A GENTS WANTED in every Town and
CoUnty in the United States, to canvass
for the most popular Historical and other mi
nable and saleable books published. The
works are particularity adapted to the wants of
the people, being 'beautifully' illustrated with
fine Steel and Wood Engravings, and, bound in
the most substantial manner.
:Agents now canvassing for us, find it a pro&
table employment. :" ' '
Our list also includes the best works of T. S.
-A-RTITUS. . Over i 00,000 volumes bee., • .en
sold the past ye In and their sale is • di 8 '
We have just-'added several
.c, t‘ur l; -1 by :nost . populei '
shall add others the ensuing fall and
We think we Navellie.best list fof Aga.
the country. Send for it and- judge for y.
selvue. Few full:particulars and list,.
Address J. W. BRADk,Ey,
• ablisher, '
40 ,North,Vourth Street,
FRITZ, HENRY it
No. 29, North ;I'Eittp street,; .PHILADEL'A.
4~itlitOCCO lanuracturers, Cnirierp,
andimparieraot F'RENCH CALF
SEMIS, and dealer in %le and OA,
SOLE. LEATITER:dt KIPP.
Feb' 2 ? ,1855--1 y
TRUSSES I TRUSSES ! , TRUSSES!
2Z6 C. IL. NEEDLES,
Truss Bracc Estaillishment,
"a cos, alyrtrra! Ravi , STREWN ' -
- IMPORTER of foie French Truilec e o rn bi:
1 :ling enlreinc lightness, ease and durability
with correct construction.
. hernial or ruptured patient& can be suited
by remitting.mnounts, as below: Sending num
,aeq °finches round the hips, and stating side
affected. Cost of Single Truss, $2, $3, $l, and
$5. Doable—ss,s6, $8 and ;$lO, ;Instruc
tions nd to wear, and how to effect n oure, when
possible, sent with the 'Atm. Also for
in great variety,
Br. Banning's ['vented Patent Badg . Braet,
for the cure of Prolapses Uteri Spinal .Props
and supports, Patent Shoulder Braces; :Chest
Expanders and Erector Braces, adapted.to all
with stoop shoulders and weak lungs ; English
Elastic Abdominal Bolts, Suspensoriei,
iuges—male and female. - . •
ROOM, with .I.4dy itttendanta
Augist 3,185.1.-1 y , .
Standard Lutheran Books.
THt: Lutheran Manual, on Seript?ral Prin.
'ciples or the Augsburg Confession', Illus.
trateil and inistained, chiefly by Scripture
proofs and extracts- from Standard Lutheran
Theologians of Europe atal•America---togeth
er with the Formula of Government and,Dis
cipline adopted by the General Synod of. the
Evangelical Letheran Church • in the • United
States, by S. S. Sehmueker, D. D. otie Tel
12 Mo. ' • •
Life of Martin Lather, Edited by T. Stork,
1 vol. Bvo., elegantly illitstrated:'
Knrteielliantial °fettered History, translated
by. Rev, C. IcBehaffer, I.vol. 12 me. , '
The Sepulchres of our Departed, by, Rev.;
F.,W. Anspach, 1 v 0142 me. , • ;
Life idThilip Melunethen, translated froni
the Garinhri, by Rev,'o. F. Krotel. ,
' The children of the No* Testament, by Rev
of the loading Book ;Publishers, regularly re
ceived, and fin sale at publisher's pnces. The;
following just received.
Family Prayers fur each morning and even
ing in , the year, with reference to appropriate
Scripture readings, by Rev. J. Cumming; Cunt
mine Sighs of the Times'; a large , assort
ment of School and Miscellaneonit Books, 13i.
bles of every description, Blank Books, Wri
ting Paper and Stationer, for sale at low pri
ces, at the Book Store of
May 18, 1855.
ILLNIEYER k,SMALL, York, Pn., have
-LP in conneetipn With their CAR BUILD
IN,O, commenced the unnnufactnre of
0,12.0 1 111 a 4 1 9,) ZihObILWO
SHUTTERS Ap MOULDINGS
and all kinds of light workused by Builders
in the construction of Houses, &e.
We keep constantly on baud an assortment
of SASH, which will be sold at low priet.s.—
They con execute at the shortest ,notice bap
Orders for any description of DOORS, SITUr-
TERS, &e. Our work is of the best kind, and
and will be sold on the most moderate
Enquiry or orders by letter promptly atten
Aug. 24, 1855.-3 m
"LAS just returned from the cities with a
large 14 of Dry Goods, Groceries, Queens
ware, •Ready-made Clothing, Ladies' Dress
Goods, &c . ; among which are English and
French Clothe ; Coatings, calsimprs, Satinetts,
Jeans, Blankets, Flannels, and au endletA va-
Ladies' Dress Lands,
together with almost every nrtielt; in his line
of business—nll of which will be sold as heap
if not a little cheaper, than any other estab
lishment hero or elsewhere. And as to Cloths,
Cassimeres,.Satinetts, and Readymndo Cloth
ing, .we challeego competition. Having. now
furnished you with goods for upwards of 40
years, I have at all times endeavored to pur
sue a straight•forward course, and furnish any
and every article in my line .of business upon
the very best terms, and will continue to do
so. Give us a call.
Oct. 12, 1855
THE UNIVERSITY'S FAMILY
Issued under the Seal, sanction and authority
of THE IJIIIVERSITY OF FREE MED
ICINE and POPULAR KNOWLEDGE,
chartered by the State of Pennsylvania, April
29,1855, with a capital of $106,000, mainly'
for the purpose of arresting the evils of Spu
rious and worthleas NostrumS. Also, for sup
plying the community with reliable remedies
wherever a competent physician cannot or
will not be employed. This Institution has
purchased- from- Dr. John R. Rowand, his
Rowand's Tonic Mixture,
knoWn for upwards of twentvfive years as the
only safe and sure cure for lover and Ague,
&e.; and his inestimable remedy for Bowel
Syrup of Blackberry Rool,
which highly approved and popular remedies,
The University's remedy for COMPI...UNTS
OF THE limos ;
The University's remedy for DYSPEP
The University's remedy for COS'i:VE
Also, the UNIVERSITY'S ALMANAt,
may, he bad, at the Branch Dispensary, or
Store of ,
• B. W. RILEY, & CO.,
• • Ilcidlersburg, Adams Co., Pa.
Oct. 12, 1855.—55
T BE Subscribers, having bought the stock
-of •Roots, Shoes, :lots and Caps of REL.:
LER KURTZ, purpose t.. 'tinning the busi
ness, at the old, established stand, South Dist
Corner' of . Centre Square, where' they have
just received a fiesh supply of the above goods
from the cities of Philadelphia and Baltimore,
• vniiiising all the new and desirable styles of
Mens, 'Boys' and Youths' Silk, Fur,: and
• SlOnch HATS. Men's, , " '-
reys' and , Youths', Fine ; •
Calf, Kip, - ard. , Grained
BOOTS AND SHOES,
.. ' w,th a large assbrtment
of Ladies', Misses'' : and Child' s
Walkiog and Fine Dress . SHOES, GAITERS,
tc. Gum Dress-Shoes, Buskins . and Sandalls
in every variety. ' . • ' .•
We walla respectfully
.announce to the
citizens of Adams. County, that we have an
earnest disposition to please the particular
taste of every one, Who May favor us with their
patronage, 'and respectfully ask all to call
The heftiness will bo conducted under the
Firm of OOBEAN & PAXTON.
MILE subscriber having disposed :of his in
. • terest in the Boot, Shae r Hat' and
Basintes:toltessrs. COBHAM ,PAXTON;
re.speetfully asks the continuanVeofhiefrionde
and customers to patronise the' New Firm.
• • . KELLER KURTZ.
LARIES, if you want handsome and cheap
DRESS GOODS, call at
Sig* qf the Bid FVolti
Oct. 19, 185&
A NEW FIRM.
HE undersigned, havink colored into
- 11 E portneship to carry to dic Fotinticy
ainess limier_ the firm of A liitEN &
SONS. hereby, niSke linbwtt to ;he citi
zens of Atistne and adjnimile ltpuntice, %-
that We are prepared to 19403 . eVeiy,l h ing
in our litic •of • yvir have con
'straitly oh • hafid, the H.tTHiAWAY and
CIO 0 KING ST 01ViEs,
the Parlor airtight, and nine plate Stoves,
of various styles and sizes,, Pots, Kettles
and pane, and all other Iron , Cooknig
Utensils, Waffle Irons, Washing Manhines,
Ash.plsies, Boommrapers, dre, „Castings
for,Milln end other Machinery,,PLOUGH
CASTINGS .of every description, kr.—
,We make the Sey/or, Blocher, end differ
ent kinds of Wit/Arrow, Ploughs. We
have also got different patterns of
FENCING. & RAILING
for Cemeteries, Yards' end. Porchss,,rhich
kiin't" be beicfor'beauti or cheapness.
. 190./01,the sbove.articles he sold
Cheap for Cseh or Country. Produce. .
IrriILACKSMITHINO still 'con
BRASS CASTINGS and every thing
in nur line Mak to order.
77MESH/NG gtiCIWVES repair
ed at shortest 'notice. Vein *
Ouraelvei, we will dti'oor work,Mol4l%
'THOMA,S WARREN ' ,
MARTIN WARREN, ,
THOMAS A. WARREN.
Gettysburg, May I I, 1855..--t1
I tit '
NOW IS THE TIME.
1 111Rn . otSinceWs E t
ti lt thell E lj
i6elisP r esp e ct f ully
'i Gnn i s le t :
men of Gettysburg
_and vicinity that. he
has .resumed the Daguerreotype business,
at the old stand, in Chatilliershurg Street,
where he will he happy to receive visitors
desirous of securing perfect Diguerrets
types ni themselves or friends. •
Being furnished with an entire new sitol
costly apparatus. he is prepared- to mite
pictures in every style of the art - intl. in.-
sure pirfrot satisfaction.
to,Charges from 50 cto to 610 00.
ticr.tiourti of operating front 8. A. M..
to 4 P I.
1- 7. dress avoid light, red, blue, or
purpic Dafk dress midis mull. , to the
beauty t.. the picture.
Jitne D, 1854.—tf
Removed a few doors Routhof the old &and.
SKRLLY resprcifolly informs.
AL) his old customers and the public
~ enerally, that I.s enntin
les the TAILORING
`USINESS. at hie new
land ! in South Baltimore
!rec, where he will he
lappy•to accummodate all
'lto may patronize him.
II work entrusted to him
re warranted to fit and
be 01 mos; substantial make. Thankful'
for past favors, he solicits a continuance of
cy' The New Fork ; Spring and Surn
mer ...PvISMONSire received. Call and
'April 27, 1855.-0 •
6T - 1 F.O. E. BUEHIER informs his
1,1 friends and ousiopers that . ha has a
;ery large assoilinerit cif ,
on hand ready tor the , Spring Ode, wide
by experienced workmen sind'of good ma
terials, which wi)l be sold hi for ,CASH
or COUNTRY-PRODUCE. str Call
and see. • • • • • '
Gettysburg; March 10; 185*--
CZEOHGN.entI Henry AVempler" will
7- ^ ,Make -How SpoutingVand put lup
the same low,for,, cash ore - cowry ,•pro
duce. Pirmers anti all. others , Yrishing
their" Houses, Herne,'Azo. I pm e d, y ou 'd
'do well to; ivei thein',4 eel):
• • *AMP!
Walt• PaiPerd '
•K ELLER KURTZ' irivitaii'tba'-rittentiOn Of
Housedceppera Auld , others who intend
tilting up their house,' this,Spring, to his stock
of Side, Ceiling and Border Paper. , , ,
100 S CONtztlEoi3
TOBACCO; in /unit ! ! 1,, , ,
ealiv . by . BUM:ll.4l . t t •
NO: lief !Ult.
Nov; 24, 1854.
Is published every . Friday' Evehingi Bald.
•mOre skeet, in the Ahreo story build
• . ing, a few doom above Falw, •
estoeks Store, hy , ,
D. A. & C. H. BUE111:Elt.
If paid in advance or within the year $2 Per
annum-14f not paid within the' Year $2 CICIA.
No paper. discontinued until all arrearagtis are
ppid-- 7 ,etteept at the option of the Editor. rSlir
gle copies 6} cents. It failure ko, notify die t .
continuance Willbe regarded 'atinew enffe
, a ag
went. ' ' - • ' •
~ A4sertissments not exceeding a Squab
serted,three times for $l,-every subsequent
insertion 26 cents. Longer. ones pn the Rama_
proportion.. All advertisements not .specially . -
ordered for a given time,Will contiouestun,
til fdrbid. •A` liberal reduCtion will tm .
to those who advertise by the year.
Job Friptirg. of. kinds ; ; o ePteel:ltetnY
lOW ptContstly, and on Ceasoiiibli term&