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PA ID IS Alll A 5( R,
'Will &tare the • Ileglilar Visit of
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to tht Some aay Family in the County.
ITS PERUSAL WILL
, Agortt Inetruation and Amusement
lionlm, BROTHERS AND SISTERS,'
OLD AND Yurso,
MALE AND FEMALE.
7. flimsily should be without the Compiler.
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rlmanner than by subscribing
te "ComrstAn," which will furnish
you with all the news of the day, the
markets, the marriages and the deaths
occurring in the community, with choice
selections of literature, poetry, wit and
humor, and all that will go to make up
a first-rate Family Newspaper. Ad
dress the Editor and Proprietor, Hamar
.1. STABLE. May Is,
Carriages, Buggies, &c.
GOOD AND 011E.4P!
undershmed would inform his friends
sod the public generally. that he con
tinuant the CARRIAGE-31A KING BUSI
NESS. in all its branches. at his establish
neat, in East. Middle Street, (near the east
end.) Gettysburg. Pa., where he has ~n haul
first-rate lot of work, and is prepared to put
up to under whatever may I,e desired in ins
line, viz :--Roeltawey and Boat-Rudy -
Carriages; Falling-Top, Rock
away dr Trotting Buggies, oSt(plr ,
Jersey Wagons, dv.
Withgood wurkuien aud good materials, he
min Pledge his work to he of the best quality
—sand his prices are among the lowest,,
afi'Repairing done at short notice, and at
reasonable rates. Country produce taken in
aseinuige fur work. Cull !
shoe 15, 1857
TO THE COUNTRY.
HAVE rented the Foundry for the
and am prepared to make the
different kinds of Castings usually made at a,
Foundry. I will keep constantly on hand the , REGISTER & REC4,III,Eas.
different kinds of PLOUGHS, Points. Shares, I
Cutters, Ac.: Pots. Kettles. Pans. Washing , PO the Voters of Adams county:—At the
Machines, de.; Stoves and 31aChinery • Por- solicitation of numerous friends, I offer
Alas. Verandah's and Cemetery Fencin;
I myself as a candidate for the office of Regis
and put up with dispatch. f ter A Recorder, at the next election, (subject
All orders will be attended to promptly; , to the decision of the Democratic County
but being. without capital, and mone y b e i ng Convention.) Should I be nominated and
necessary to carry on tie lousiness. 1 will be elected. I pledge tucself to discharge the du
e:impelled to sell fur cash, but on all country ties of the office to die best Of my ability.
work 5 per cent. will be deducted. Suitable Wll. OVERDEER
trade will be taken, if dc;.rercd at the time Bende"Tille. June 8, 18:)7
of purchasing. Give us a call.
E. )1. WARREN
Gettysburg, June 1. 125.117
Attention, One and All
.NOW IS THE TIME
To Hare Your Picture Taken.
SAMUEL WEAVER haying. provided him
own' with in entire new and splendid SKY
LIGHT DAGLIERRF.AN BOOM at his resi
dence in West ?diddle street. opposite Prof.
J1100V4.., one square West of Baltimore street,
wbeii be iv now prepared to furnish
Atubrolpes and Daguerreotypes,
in every style of the are, which he will war
rant to give entire satisfaction. His long ex
perience ■nd superior apparatus give him
advantages seldom furnished by Daguerrean
establishments out of the city. He has a large
number of apecin►ena at his Gallery. in Chain-
Lembo rg street.w here he will continue as here
tofore, which the public are requested to call
o"C:bar g es from 50 cents tr. 1110. Hours
of operating from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. Gold
Lockets, Breastpins, suitable fur miniatures.
always on hand, at the very lowest prices.
c"Children will nut be taken for less than
AMBROTYP ES taken from one dollar
mind upwards. and in the best style.
July 20. 185 . 6. tf
Bzingman & Aughinbaugh,
WE are just receiving a new lot of
Hale. Caps, Hoots & Sh orel 1 . 1
—of the very latest Spring styles, And
intend selling at small profits. Call and see
them berme purchasing elsewhere.. It...mem
ber the place, Paston'a old stand. Chamliens•
berg street. March 23.
Hanover B. Railroad.
IrIRA INS over the Hanover Branch Railroad
JL how run as follows :
Twat Train leaves Hanover at 9 A. x., with
Pitsmottert for York, Harrislmrg, Columbia
and Philadelphia. This Train also connects
with shit Bsprvas for Baltimore, arriving there
Second Train leavesat 2.15 e. x ,with Pas
sengers foi• Baltimore and intermediate places,
and returns with pa►rengera from York, 41. e.
Ang. 3. J. LEIB, Agent.
Removed to Hanover.
PRANG'S J. WILSON, late of the Wash
ington Howie at Ahhottstown. bad taken
HIRSHEY'SOLD AND POPULAR STAND.
ni Restorer. where be will be happy to enter
tain all who may patronize him. Hid Table
ix supplied with the beat the market and gar
den can afford, and his Bar with the choicest
of liquors. flit Stabled are com motions. and
attended by careful Odtle *N. Give him a call.
Tod will Cwaye find FRANC. on the /mot.
mti ly and wining to make everybody mut!
furtalsle. [April 27, 1657.
Cigars and Tobacco.
A LOT of extra fine Cigar", of choice
brandy; very Pu pe rior Casindieb, Con -
grave. sad Notural-leaf Tolavvx), for Pale by
ntri:g74lBlli ARR. Cedar.wa re and endless
n varkty of Household article*. to be had
levy cheap at FAH NESTOCK BROTHERS.
fItrRENSWARE. China. Ohm and Stone
waro—a large assortment and selling
dump. at . , Comsat k Parrox's.
AFM:N.—MONEY SAVKD by buying
your Hata. Capa. Boots and Shoes at
Bringagast é Arghi4lfrasegies.
~~BN'S And Buys ' Boots ,. Shoew . Gaiters
acid Slippers, of .sU kinds, sad sT ell
pram, as *haw as tie cbcapefit, at
COBEAN in PAXTON'S.
AIrUSIC.--IViolins, Flutes. Guitars, Ae
ourdeuns, Ilarnionicans,—in short, from
a buraphina down to a Jaw's Harp—now on
hada and fur sale at SAMSON'S.
EN'S and Boys' SUMMER (EATS of all
1111. kinds, hi vit:—Straw, Chip, Braid,
Panama, Otter Skin, Fur and Woof at all
prices, according to quality, nt
May 18. COBEAN & PAXTON'S.
Aftssgs , and Children's Flats of all kinds
.11.1. and at very low prices at
COBS. S it PAXTON'S.
FRUITS and Confections, niee and fresh,
fret feisai the city, t4l h' bail at
GILLESPIE it THOMAS'.
LA DIES'LIGIIT KID 800 rs.—A fine as
'sort/tient of Kid 13oo:s both for Lathes
assollitiitses. just reLvired and for sale by
July 20. It WM. BOYER.
WALKING CANES, for gentlemen, of ra
rims kinds. just receivial by
Branyllaws J Astylitstbaugh.
CANDLES AT 16 CENTS.—A first rate
article of Mould Candles can be had, at
Ib oents per puuud, ut NOKBECK'S, Kerr's
FLOUR, CORN & OATS bought at all times
kr J. NOB tufruer of Baltimore
pod Nigh streets.
rikAOCERiES--- 1 fileali supply of ifolaa
kit es; SaigiK awl Cures, j_ust received and
for amia E. 11. MINNIGU.
AMES :Gaiters. Busitina, and Bandies
fur nab "sap at
.1 Ostuttiata3Nt ALIGHT:CO.OOII"S.
141111E11111 7 A LTIV.
/111) the Voters of Adams nounty;-ICassinr
aged by numerous friends. I offer Myself
sea candidate for the office ot SIIEKIFF at db.
next election. sgabjert to the decision of the
Democratic County Conyention.) Should Ibe
nominated and elected. I perdae myself to
giisebarsv e . the duties of the office with prompt
news and fidelity
IS,I Ars LIGHTNER
lliountjoy tp.. April G, 1857.
FELLOW -CITIZENS of Adams county:—
I offer myself as e candidate for the ufßee
of SHERIFF at the October election. (subject
to the Democratic nomination.) if I should
be so tacky as to 14 ooruinated and be elect
ed, I Isbell pledge myself to cli.charge the du
ties of said office with sobriety and fidelity,
Mountplessant tp.. April 20. 1857.
10 the Voters of Adams county : Encourag
ed by numerous friends. I offer myself as
a candidate for the omas of SHERIFF at the
nett election. (subject to the A merican •Reputr
lican County Convention.) Should Ibe elect
ed. I pledge myself to discharge the duties of
the Aim with promptness and fidelity.
Cumberland twp.. April 13. 1857
IMOTHONOTA K Y.
are aothorited p, annovinee that Dr.
V C. r. GOLDSBOROUG 11, of Hunters
town. will he a candidate for the office of
Prothonotary-4ubject to the decision of the
Democratic County Convention—at the en
June 15. 1g37.
filo the independent Vetere of Adam* Cl,.
i I Fellow Citizens :--The nnilersigned offers
hitnself to your consideration ea a candidate
for the °Tice of Register and Recorder of
Adams county, (aubject to the decision of the
Democratic Convention.) and respectfully co
hefts your support and suffrages. Should Ihe
! nominated and elected. my endeavours chill
he to discharge the ditties of the office with fl
deity and impartialitv.
JOIC4 L GUBERNATOR.
Conowago tp., April 27. 15.57.
REGISTER dc. RECORDER.
.1 - 10 the Voters of Adams County.—Fellow
I_ citizens: Being encnuiaged by numer
ous fnends. I offer myself to your consideration
as a canditlite for the office of Register and
Recorder at the next election, (subject to the
, action of the Democratic County - Convention.)
And should I receive the n Niiiriation and be
electedi shall duly appreciate your confidence,
• and promise to discharge the duties cf the
office promptly and with fidelity.
Your übcdi.•nt servant.
Tyrone tp., April 27. 1857.
• REGISTER AND RECORDER.
TO the Voters of Adam county :—Fellow-
Citisentl—Enoouraged by the solicita
tion', of numerous friend., I hereby announce
myself alt a candidate fur the office of Register
and Recorder, subject to the decision of the
Union County Nnvention. Should Ihe hon
ored with your confidence en I elected, I
pledge my best efforts to a faithful and im
partial adminiptration of the duties of the
office.* DAVI!) MCCItEARY.
Gettysburg, July G, 1857.
REGISTER AND RECORDER.
rilO the voters of Adams county :—I hereby
announce myself as a candidate for the
office of REGISTVAL AND RECORDER, sub
ject to the decision of the Union County Con-
vention. Should. I be nominated and elected.
I pledgemyself to a faithful and impartial dis-
charge of the duties of the office. _ _ _
ALEX. AN OF:It COBEAN
Gettysburg, Aug. 3.1857.
CLERK OF THE COURTS.
PO THE VOTERS OF ADAMS COUN
TY.—The undersi,tned. at the solicits
tbms of numerous friends, offers hivaself to
your consideration as a candidate for the office
of Clerk of the Courts, tit the nest election.
(subject to the decision of the Democratic
County Convention.) f Should I be nominated
and elected, the people may rely upon a faith
ful discharge of duty on my part.
Cumberland twp., June 2,9, 1857.
CLERK OF TILE COURTS.
T the solicitation of 'numerous friends, I
11 offer myself as a candidate for the office
ut Clerk of the Courts, subject to the decision
of the Democratic County Convention. Should
I be so fortunate sts to receise the nomination
and he electea. I pledge myself to perfurm
the duties of the uffice to the best of my
ability. HENRY G. WOLF.
Gettysburg, Aug. 3, 1857.
CLERK OF TILE COURTS.
MO the Voters of Adams county:—l offer
1 myself as a candidate for Clerk of the
Courts. Should I be nominated a►.d elected
t.ledge torself to a prompt and faithful dis
charge of the duties of the office. _ _ _
Mountjoy twp., Aug. 3, 1857.
Win. B. it'Clellan,
3tternrii at las.
OFFICE on the south side of the Poblic
Square. 2 doors we of the Sentinel otßee.
Gettysburg. August 22. 1853.
3tturar; at Dui,
(Mee removed to one door West of Bathler's
Drug t Book-store,Chatn bersburgatreet,)
Attorney &Solicitor for Patent.
BOCrNTY Land Warrants. Back-pay sus
pended Claiut,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. Agents engaged iii locating warrants
in lowa. Illinois and other WeNtern State:.
•..kpply to him personally or by letter
thuyburg, Nov. 21, ltss3.
Edw. B. Buehler,
3ttatata at t aut,
WILL faithfully and prnmptly attend to
ail business entrusted to him. lie
speaks the Gennan language. (gat* at the
same place. in South Baltimore street. near
Forney's drug store, and nearly opposite Data
ner 4 Ziegler's store.
Gettysburg, March WI.
J. Lawrence Hill, K. D.,
lIAS his Office one door west of the Lnthe
ran church. in Chi inbersburg street. and
opposite Gratntner's awe. where those wish.
ing to have any Dental Operation perform
ed are respectfully invited to call.
Rarsitssess : Dr. D. Gilbert. Dr. C. N.
Berloclty. Dr. 1). Horner. Rev. C. P. Knuth.
D. D.. Rev. H. L. Baugher. D. D.. Rev. Prot
William 11. Reynolas, Rev. Prot M. Jacobs,
Prof. M. L. Stcever.
Gettysburg. April 11. 1853. tf
2 000 PIECES OF WALL PAPER jest
f rectove.l and for ask at
COBEAN & PAXTON'S.
:arm UT sEASOIT
Ar/ Virg* OCT nr LIMO(
17 4 1 AR:IIKRS, rend this. and then come and
_E buy. fur we still hnve"n for more left !"
The odibscrilrer tnkes this roatlio , l of (-ailing
the attention of the puLlic in general to that
piece or machinery, sty led
Sent. l'atent lily Holster and %azure
Ilaring the right of all Ma'am eatioty, he
will sell either machines ur township rights.
11. G. CARR.
*rm..). at the same place. you can be an
ectuainda.ted with a• fine BUGGIES as can be
Rut up in the State for the same money—con
stantly kept on hand.
-Repairing done, neatly and cheaply, at short
antice„kll kinds of ouuatry produce taken
in exchange for work.
Gettysburg. Slay 18„ 1857. fin
Alex. Frazer, Watch and Clock-makes, .
HAS removed his shop to Carlisle street,
below 11 oko's store, where he will
always be happy to attend to the calls of eivi
bitilere. Thankful fur past favors, he hom ,
by strict attention to business and a deeire to
please. to merit and receive the patronage of
Gettysburg. May 18, 1857.
Ftasr Boon of the Rational System of
Eng eiranamer. 25 cts.
Tns SICOND Bo st of the Rational system
of English Grimmer. dviigned to teach the
promo of Analysing the Eltgliab Language
with sound judgment ; and the art of using it
with grammatical propriety. 31 chi.
These works are now used in the Public
Schools in the First School District of Penn
Tits Titian linos of the ltational System of
English Grammar, tleaignetl to enable the
learner to be. nine Told thoroughly acin.lintrd
with the nature and use of the PREPOSITIONS.
and may be read by him either in or out of
memo!. 50 cts.
Batowx'sGILAMMkTICAI. RKADICIL This Book
sets aside the old Grammars. expoges their de
recta. detnowitrates the little use of attending
to them. and presents to the Teacher the un
erring and only way to the Grammar of the
English Language. 37;
For ssle by PICTICa GRIPPES., 118 ARCH
March 2, 1857. Gin
And all Dixeaselit of the Letnyx and Throat ,
are Poxitively Curable by Inhalation,
WIIICII conveys the remedies, to the
cavities in the lungs through the air
pulsars. and coining in direct contact with
the disease. neutralizes the tubercular matter,
allays the cough. causes a free and easy ex-I
pectoration, heals the lungs, purifies the
blooti. imparts renewed •i'ality to the nervous
system. giving that tone and energy so indis
pensable for the restoration of health. To be
able to state confidently that Consumption is
curable by inhalatiun, is to me a source of
unalloyed pleasure. It iv as much under the
control of medical treatmeut as any other for
midable disease: ninety out of emery hundred
cases can be cured in the first stages. and fifty
per cent. in the second : but in the thirdstage
it is impossible to save more than five per
cent for the Lunge are so cut up by the dis
ease as to hid defiance to medical skill.—
l ven. however. in the fast stages, Inhalation
affords extreonlinary relief to the suffering
attending this fearful scourge. which annually
destroys ninety-five thousand persons in the
United States alone : and a correct calculation
shows that of the present population of the
earth, eighty millions are destined to fill the
Truly the quiver of death has no arrow so ,
fatal as Consumption. In all ages it has
been the great enemy of life. for it spares ,
neither age nor sex, but sweeps OIT alike the
brace, the beautiful, the graceful and the
gifted. By the help of that Supreme Being I
from whom cometh every good and perfect
gilt, I am enabled to offer to the afflicted a
permanent and speedy cure in Consumption.
The first cause of tubercles is from impure,
blood. and the immediate effect produced by
their deposition in the lungs is to prevent the
free admission of air into the air cells, which
causes a weakened vitality through the entire
system. Then surely it is more rational to ex
' pect greater good fmin medicines entering the
cavities of the lungs than from those admin
istered through the stomach : the patient will
always find the lungs free and the breathing
easy. after Inhaling remedies. Thus, Inhala
tion is a local remedy. nevertheless it acts
constitutionally, and with more power and
certainty than remedies administered by the
stomach. To prove the powerful and direet I
influence of this wine of administrat on,
chloroform inhaled will entirely destroy mensi•
bility in a few minutes. paralyzing the entire
nervous ey-tem, se that a limb may he d am. I
putated without the slightest peke inhaling I
the ordinary burning gas will destroy life in a
The inhalation of ammonia will mete the
system when fainting or apparently dead.—
The odor of many at the medicines is percepti
ble in the skin a few minutes after being in
haled. and may he immediately detected in
the blood. A convincing proof of the consti
tutional effects of inh I
lation. t is the fact that
sickness is always pr od uced by breathing foul
air—is not this positive evidence that proper
remedies, carefully prepared end judiciously I
administered through the ti;IS should pro
duce the happiest tom:tit! liunng eighteen
years' practice. many thonilaikds totaling
from diseases of the lungs aid throat. have
been under my care, and I have effected many
remarkable cures, even after the sufferers had
been pronounced in the last stages, which
fully gatieflea Inc that consumption is no
longer a fatal disease. My treatment of con.
gumption is original, and founded on long ex
perience and a thorough Investigation. My
perfect acquaintsoce with the nature of tuber
chem. &c.. enables me to distinguish readily,
the various Ames or disease that simulate non •
gumption. and apply the proper remedies, rare
ly being mistaken even in a single cue. This
familiarity, in connection with certain patho
logical and microscopic discoveries, enables
me to relieve the lungs from the effects of con
tracted chests. to enlarge the chest. purify the
blood, impart to it renewed vitality, giving
energy and tone to the entire system.
Medicines with full directions sent to any
part of the United States and Canadas by
patients communicating their symptoms by
letter. But the care would be more certain if
the patient should pay tne a visit, which
would give me an opportunity to examine the
lungs and enable me to proscribe with mach
greater certainty, and then the cure could be
effected without my seeing the patient %gain.
G. W. OITAIIAM. M D..
0 . 0**,1131 ("Id ,Vo. 1 09, )belute Lea,
July 20, 1857. ly
Bounty Land Claims.
MBE undersigned will attend promptly to
the rollection or claims for Bounty Lands
under the late act of Congress. Those who
have aln:ady received 40 or SO acres, can now
reoeive the balance, by caking on tho subscri
ber and making the necessary application.
JOEL B. DANIiER,.
Gettysburg, March 12, 1855. tf
Flour for Sale.
IF you want a good barrel of Flour, call at
HOKE'S STORE, as lie has made arrange.
meats to have always the best, which he will
sell at 25 cants advance.
Candles mid soap.
SPERM, Adamantine, Patent and Mould
Candles, Ca•tile, Olive, Iluttio-inada,
Eureka, Variegated, and Itoein Soaps. for +ale
by • E. 11. MINNIGII.
ALWAYS ON RAND.—Bilk and Soft flats
:IL of every description, and for sale cheap
&Maga Institution of Adams Co.
rpglITS Institution receivesdeposites for which
1 it pays interest is follows :
For over 1U months. 4 per cent. per annum.
For 3 and not over 10 months, 3 per cent.
per annum. For transient deposit's, not lea*
than 3 1 1 dap'. 2 per cent. per annum, payable
on demand without notice.
A joint fund (capital) of $lO,OOO iuia been
For loans apply on Wednesday.
Sums received on deposits u low u a dime.
Interest to be allowed whenever the deposiies
&moo nt to $5.00, and on each additional $5.00
Oface in South West Corner of Public
Square. next to George Arnold's stars. Open
daily from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.. and for recriv.
ing deputies every Saturday, from 9 A. M. to
6 P. M.
John [trough. John Horner.
- Samuel Durborarr. George Arnold.
.14. Heintz.!man, Jacob Mussilusan,
D. McCreary. D. lieConeughy,
William Culp. •John Mickley,
Robert Horner. John The one.
April G. 1857.
New Hardware Store.
THE, sulsacribens would respectfully an.
noiinoe to their friends and the public that
they have opened a llardvrare Store.. in Balti
more street. adjoining tSe residence of David
Ziegler. Gettysburg. in which they always In
tend to offer to the public a largo and general
Hardware. Iron, liteel, Groceries,
CUTLERY. COACH TRINIIIINGS,
LO Lk 11).. Sr
Tabar-marr, Blloc firbings,
Paints, Oils, and Dye-slugs.
in general including every description of arti
cles in the above line of business. to which
they invite the attention of Coach-makers,
Blacksmiths, Carpenters, Cabinet-makers,
Shoe-makers. Saddlers. and the public gener-
ally. Our stock . having 'been selected with
great care and purchased for cash, we guaran
tee (for the ready money.) to dispnse of any
part of it on as reasonable terms as they can
be purchased anywhere.
We particularly request a call from our
friends. and earnestly solicit a share of public
favor, as w e are determined to establish a char
seer for selling Goods at low prices and doing
business on fair principles.
JOEL B. DANNER.,
Gettysburg, June 9, 1451. tf
With a Larger Stock than Ever!
JACOB NORBECK has just receiTed from
e , the city a large stuck of GROCERIES,
FISH, largest he has yet offered to
the public, and which he is now opening, at
his new location. Kerr's Corner, on 11.1Itimore
street. Give him a call! You will find his
Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Balt, Teas,
and ererythinE, else, the best and the cheap
e.t to be had in town—he hawing bought at
low rates. and heing determined to sell fast
at 4mall profits. Recollect, Kerr's old outlier,
Baltimore and High Street.,
Getty.burg, May 11, 1t4.57.
TE undersigned respectfully inform their
1 friends and the put , lie in general. that they
have commenced the Cabinet and Chair-making
business. in Baltimore street. near Middle.
where they will manufacture all kinds
of FURNITURE. such as Dressing
and Commou Bureaus. Tables of
nous desc ipiion.c. Bedsteads. Wardrobes,
Stands. and every other article in then
ALL of the best workmanship and good ma
fermis. which will enable them to warrant
their work. Also, every variety of CHAIRS.
ComNs made at short notice, and in the
House Painting and Papering attended to,
and done in the best manner.
Their prices will be us low as the lowest, as
all who limy patronize them will NekllOWledge.
U'Liiinher and country produce taken in
exchange for work.
NORFIECK & REILLEY
Gettysburg, Feb. 23, It's 7. ly
Health or !Meknes.'
CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM
Pills.—The blood furnishes
■ the material of every hone, muscle. gland
and fibre in the human frame. When pore. it
secures health to every organ: when corrupt.
it necessarily produces disease. llot.t.elwar's
P tt.t.s operate directly upon the elements of the
stream of life, neutralizing the principle of dis
ease, and thus radically curing the malady.
whether located in 0 . . e nerves. the stomach.
the liver, the bowels. the muscles. the akin, the
brain, or any other part of the system.
not.t.owaes Pius are equally efficacioux in
complaints common to the vrhole human race.
and in disorders peculiar to certain climates
Dyspepsia. and derangement of the liver.
the source of infirmity and Buffering. and the
csoe of innumerable deaths, yield to these
curatives in all canes. however aggravated,
meting as a mild purgative. alterative and ton
ic they relieve the bowels. purify the &Ili:is.
and invigorate the system and the coast/station
at the sante time.
GPneral li - sobwm--Nerrons Complaints.
When all stimulants fail, the renovating
and bracing properties ofthese Pills give firm
ness to the shaking nerves and enfeebled mus
cles of the victim of general debility.
In met of the fracture of bones, inju
ries caused by steam exp!oxions, Bruis e s,
Burns. Scalds, Rheurnatiam, Stiffn e ss of t h e
Joints. and contraction of the sinews. it is em
ployed and warmly recommended by the fac
ulty. This marvelous remedy has been intro
duced by its inventor in person into all the
leading Hospitals of Europe, and no privaw
household should be without it,.
The Medical Staff of the French and English
Armies in the Crimes have officially - signed
their approval of Holloway's, Ointment, as the
mom reliable dnasing for sabre outs, stabs,
and gon-wounds. It is also used by the SUP.
pone of the Allied Navies.
Beth the Ointment and Pills should be used in
the following Vises:
Malawi Sittraiaatima Pore Throats
Durum Starisom Sono at all klub
Muffed Iliad. Salt nose Spralas
Calltolakam &nada Stiff Joists
Fistula Ski. Simms letter
Moat Swelled tilattits U lairs
Lasabsan Sore Legs Yeast's' Pores
114 seer's' ItraptioaaSors Brestts Rosati of all klads
Piles Pore u•ad.
• • •Sold at the Manufactories of Professor
Hoi.Lowar. SO Maiden Lane. New York. and
244 Strand. London. by all respectable Drug
gime and Dealers in Medicine throughout the
United State tend the civilised world, in pots,
at 21 cents, 62; cents. and g 1 each.
CJ - There is a considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes.
N. B.—Directions for the guidance of pa.
tients in every disorder are affixed to each pot.
'l7 - Caution I—None are genuine unless
the words "Holloway. Neer) ',lrk and London,"
are discernable as a toaleP-otark in every leaf
of the book of directions around each pot or
box ; the same may be plainly seen by /sold
isy the leaf to the ltyht. A handsome reward
willbe given to any one rendering such infor
mation as may lead to the detection of say
party or parties counterfeiting tkie medicines
or vending the same, knowing them to be
Sept. 1, 1856. eowly
BOXES Oranges and I4emons, in &ore,
h i . arid will be auld atteaper than anywhere
eln. Cell and see at
E, IL MINNIOIrS.
JUST 1'120.1f TIFF: cur,
AND SEW FIRM
tried Throtwhina the Worbi!
Alarming Di mrders
TO 174 w) virm.
XTRA ACCOHNIODATIONS.—Tbe on.
dersigned returns his thanks to the public
for tha encoursgi went heretofore extended to
turn, and takes pleasure in announcing that be
has completed al rangemenut by
which TWO DAILY LINES of v e ,- 0 2,
Coaches Will run between Gettys.
burg and Hanover, to connect with the traitut
to and from Baltimore. York. Harrisburg,
Philadelphia, kc. Persons desiring tickets or
information will call on the undersigned. or on
l'itsatus Tars. Ticket Agent, at the Eagle
Hotel, in Chatubentburg street.
Ir7Speeial attention given to all packages,
&c.. or other business entrusted to the under
signed between Gettysburg and Hanover,
winch will be promptly and carefully attend
undersigned has also effected sr.
rangements by which be will be able to supply
Catches. Stages. Au., for Funerals and other
occarions, at moderate charges.
Gettysburg, April 13. 1857.
Statifftr & Harley.
Cheap Watches and Jewelry,
IL~TIOLESA LE and Retail. at the Philadel
phia Watch and Jewelry Store. No. 90
North Second street, corner of Quarry, Phila
Gold Lever Watches, full jeweled, 18 carat
cases, 128 00; Gold Lepines. 10 carat. 52-1 00;
Silver Levers, full jeweled. $l2 00: Silver Le
pines.ewels. $9 00: superior Quartiers. $7 00
Gold Spectacles, 37 00: fine Silver do. $1 50:
Gold Braceleta. $3 0 . 0: Ladies' Gold Pencils,
81 00: Silver Tea Spoons. set. $5 00: Gold
Pens, with pencil and silver holder. $1 00.
Gold Finger Rings. 37i cents to 880: Watch
Glasses. plain, 12i cents: patent 181: Lunet
25: other articles in proportion. All goods
warranted to be what they are sold for.
STAUFFER & EIARLE,Y.
On hand, some gold and silver Levers and
Lepin e s. still lower than the above prices.
Oa. 20. 1856. ly
Removed a Pew DoorsSoutb ofth e Old stand.
JII. SK ELLY respectfully informs his old
• customers and the public generally, that
he continues the Ti IL I) ir !Yu B 1 ISES
near his old stand, in South Baltimore street.
where be will be happy to accommodate all
who may patronise him. Al) work entrusted
to his care warranted to flt and be of most sub
stantial make. Thankful for past favors, he
solicits a continuance of public patronrge.
Sew 11,e k Spri 111111 Sommer
iii4hiosts are received. Call and see them.
Gettysburg, April 9, 18;5.
10 Per Cent. rnterest.
A NEW SAVINGS INSTITUTION —IF
you want; to invest your money with a
certain return of good interest. and at the
Caine tune furnish to your families thnt which
wii! he profitable and eseful—buy all your
Goods at Fahnestocks' Cheap Sto-e. They
have received, and are constantly adding
every thing new and desirable to their stock.
April 27, 1857. tf
"ItIISS LOUISA KATE LITTLE wisheii to
inform the Ladies of,towit and country.
that she it; now prepared to execute
in all ita branches. in West diddle street, a
few dour* below Mr. George Little's *tore.—
Work done cheaper than elsewhere in town.
Please call and see.
April 21, 1.85 ti. _
Jon's W. TIPTUN, F,,rhitoivible Thrber
u 1441 /fair Dremyer, can at all dines he found
prepared to attend to the calls of the people. at
the T.-,ank. in the Diamond. adjoining the
County Buildinz. From thug experience. he
4.1 litters himself that he an go through all the
ramifications of the Tonsorial Department
with such an infinite degree of ski,l, as ia ill
meet with the entire satisfa!tion of all a ho may
submit their chins to the keen ordeal of his
tors. He hopes, therefore, that by his atten
tion to business. and a •lesire to please. he will
merit as well at receive. a ltheral share of pub
lic patronage. The sick will he attended to at
their pirate dwellings.
Gettysburg, Jail. 8, 1855. tf '
lITILL find it to them :vivant/14:e to call at
F i thne4to e k Brother.. and .4.te their
large and die.tit stock of Silks, Phalli,, Lawns,
DucalA, Tatilartilte.4, Llelitille4,
halm, iu., which are vlienr. tit
fn qol4e lied /''son[.
April 13, 1857
THE undersigned continues the Flour
neas as heretofore. 1k sells by the barrel
or any smaller quantity. By taking SMALL
ruoms he can buy as high and sell as low as
anybody else, and by always endeavoring to
keep none but the best. he hopes to nierit and
receive a continuance of liberal patronage.
At the Post Office.
Oct. 8, 1855
••• THE LARGEST
Chair & Furniture Establishment
IATI1101" , 8 GAY ST. WAREROOMS,
25 Aura Gay serer!, near Fayette,
where are kept always on hand, or made to
order, emery style of Freneh TETE-A-TETES,
in Plush, flair, Cloth or Braztelle.
French Full Stuf and Medallion Parlor
ARM CHAIRS, in Plush, Hair, Cloth or
French Fall Stu, Carved PARLOR
CHAIRS. in .ets, with Plush, Hair, Cluth or
SOFAS, half French Spring Mahogany, and
Walnut Parlor C HAIRS, in /lair, Cloth or
ROCKING CR AIRS--rarious designs, in
Heir, Cloth and Plush.
Staff Spring LOUNGES--a large assort
ment always on hand, or any pattern made
or covered with any goods counter.
CII AMBE Ft SUITS—in Mahogany r
Walnut, corpplete, from $34 up.
CANE CIIAIRS and Booking do.—the
largest assortment ready made in any one
house in the United States—from $l2 a dos
Bar Room, Offire and DininellAlßS, in
Oak. Walnut or Mahogany, with Cane, Wood
or Stuffed Seate--an assortment embracing
over 50 dozen.
Wood seat CHAIRS and SETTEES and
Rocking Chain—over 100 dozen.
A. ItLITILIOT, 25 North Gay Street,
Dear Fayette street.
May 18, 1857. ly
EIGHT -DAY, Thirty-hour and Alarm
Clocks and Time-pieces, Watches, and a
fine lot of Jewelry, at SAMSON'S.
ROOTS AND SHOT S made to order, of the
beet material, and by good workmen.—
Call at Br/aortas et Asigkiabasigk's.
SILFER.—A fine lot of Silver Spoons and
Silver Forks, as low as oity prices; now
to be had at SCUICK'S. Call soon, as they
ALARGE' lot or SUMMER OWTLEING,
selling at very small profit s li t
COBEAN & PAXTON'S.
To Those Who Want Farms.
A FARM. WITH IN
, TUE REACH OF
MLLE RIDG WAY FARM COMTANy,b as
made arrangements by which all who de- i
s i r e t o settle or purchase a home can do so. I
The Tutus consist of the hest limestone
soil of the most superior quality for farming, I
in a rapidly improving . place, into which an I
extensive emigration is now pouring. The
property is located in Elk county, Pennsyl
vania, in the midst of a thriving population
of some 10,000. The climate is perfectly
healthy, and the terrible plague of the western
fever is unknown. It also has an abundance
of the best quality of Coal and Iron. The
price so boy it out is from $3 to $2O per acre,
payable by instalments, to be located at the
time of purchasing, or a share of 2.5 acres en
titling to locate the same fir $3OO. payable
$6 per month, or 12} acres payable $4 per
month. Discount for every sum of sloo and
under, paid in advance, a discount of 5 per
cent. wall be allowed, and fur over $lOO a dis
count of 10 per cent.
In considering the advantages of eitilgrating
to this locality the following &represented:
Fir:l—The tail is ayilh limestone, capable
of raising the heaviest crops, owing to which
this settlement has attained its present great
Sseond—lt is the centre of the great North
West Coal Basin , and is destined soon to be
elms one of the greatest business places in the
State. It will supply the great I; ke market.
(according to impulation and trate' the great
est in the Union.) It It is fire workable veins
' of the best Bituminous Coal, amounting in
the aggregate to over 22 feet. which makes
122,000 tons of coal under e t acre. This
will make the itnd of inestimable value.
The eminent state geologist. Dr. Clots T.
I Jackson, of Boston, has made a geological
survey of the land, and analyse I the twal, the ,
I iron ore and the limestone. This report to-1
1 gether with maps will be furnished to in-'
Fourth—Three railroads are'l-tid out thro'
I this property. The Sunbury and Erie Rail- '
mall gives us a market for our coal to the
lakes—it runs from Erie to Philadelphia. A '
large part of this rood has been finished, and
is now in running order. . heavy flow is
now working from Erie towards our land in
the western direction, the means for the com
pletion of which have been raised—it will som\
be finished. The Allegheny Valley Railroad
connects 114 with New York. Boston and Pitts
, burg. The Venange Road connects us, with
There are already good Turnpike Ponds
running through this property, various other
roads have been opened to accommodate the
emigration and settlement which Ilias already
There is no opportunity equal to it nowlf
feted to the man who wants to provide himstlf
a home in an easy way. and make a settlement
where he can live in prosperity and indepen
dence in a climate PERFECTLY EALTII Y.
No case of the fever ever having been
known to oeeur in this settlement. It is not
like going to the backwoods of the West,
nutting perhaps intolerant pople, where there
is no swiety, churches, or schools, where the
price of land is high.and where the emigrant,
after being used to the healthiest climate in
the world, has to endure sickness and pain,
am: perhaps ruins his health and that of his
family. But here is a thriving settlemmt
having three towns. eiintaintug elutrehes,
schools, hotels, stores. saw mills. grit
and everything desircil. There is a cash
imirket at hand. The lumber trade last year
amounted to over two lott.dred million feet of
luml)er. In• a short time, owing to the coal,
it will become still inure valuable, as a num
ber of iron works and manufactories will soon
Ise started ; they are at present starting them
extensively at WiNen. Even for those who
do not wish to F n there, the payments e
such that they can easily .buy a farm to sat e
their rising families from want in the future,
or to gain a competence by the rise which will
take place in the value of Look. By an out
lay scarcely missed, a substantial provision
can he male.
I'er4osivld make early apnli t ion . ap
ply or write to E. .Jefferie4, Seeretarv,
Walnut Street. lielovr
Lmerm tutrefullly answerel giving
Shares or tracts of land enn h o bought or
steered by letter enclosing, the first instalment
of five dollars, when the subscriber wilLbe
furnished with trstks. maps. &v. Warrantee
beds given. Persons can also purchase from
Out A 4eitts.
'urn fronn PhiTnilelphtn to Tyrone on the
Penti-vlvaitia Central Railroad, and thence
by Sta e to the land. This is a delightful
yea+ttn to viikit St. 31nry'A---the hest hotel ne
e..mm.elatioe iK atiorde.l. Eropiire for E. C.
S; hnitx, Eq., the Agent fur the property ut
June 8. I)QT. 3m
TILE FORGER rOV►7rTEA.
JOON S. DYX IS THIC
‘N , ho has had 10 years experience as a Bank
s: er and Publisher. and au►hor of
g A Series of Lerhirex al the iieuadsray Ttl
when, for 10 enreewnre nigh•e, over
50.000 People _CB
Greeted him with rounds of applause. while
Fhe exhibited the manner in which Coun
terfeiters execute their frauds. and the
surest and shortest means of
Detecting them !
The Dank Note Engravers all Pau he is the
O greatest Judge u( Paw Money living.
O • GRE (TEST DISCOVERY
OF 117 K PKINICNT CRNTrItIr FOR
O DETRCTING CUUNTKRFEIT DINK NOTIP.P.
Deberlhing every Genuine 11:11 in existence,
and exhibiting. at a gimice. every
X Counterfeit in ei-culation!
0 .. Arranged NO ndmirably that sarsaascs Is
sAgr AND DICTSCTION INSTANTANKOVS.
17 No index to examine ! No pages to
hunt op! But so aitoplified and arranged
0 that the Merchant, the Ranker and Business
man can see all at a Ulauce.
Pirwth and Ormuz,.
TM'S EACH MAT READ THE SAMS IN MS OWN
me N /MITI TUNUC C.
g mon PIUMICT LINK SOTS LIST 114.11LLSUID
as Also. a list of •
Au. mg hni,s Itassiss n ANIMICA !
A Complete Summary of the Finance of
.Europe and America will be published in
:each edition, together with all the impor
taut News of the day. Also,
ra A SERIES OF TALES.
From an old Manuscript found in the Haat.
i g It, furnishes the most Complete History of
ce Describing the most Perplexing SitaatiOns
ve in which the Ladies and Gentlemen of that
al country have been so often found. These
o lla Stones will continue throughout
the whole year, and will
,Itl!prove the most entertaining ever offered to
72-Furnished Weekly to Sabecribeni
p only, et El a year. All letters must be ad
JOHN S. DYE, Broker,
Publisher and Proprietor, 70 Wall street,
April 27.1857. ly New York.
300 Dos. Knives and Forks.
HAVING just received of our own impor•
tation, from England, a large and ex
tensive assortment of Cutlery, we invite the
attention of those in want of any style of
Knives and Forks, Carvers, Nut Pies, to
come and examine. We will sell at such
prices m will defy competition. Also, a large
assortment of Table Forks, which will be sold
separately. Don't forget to examine the
stock at FAH N E STOC K S'.
Country Merchants can be supplied at
a small advance. May 18.
TRUNKS, Carpet Bags, Velices, &e., of
best quality, and low rates. at
SALT ! SALT!! SALT Ill—Just received,
in One order, large and well-filled sacks,
fur sale at the bast rates. at
E. U. KINNIGH'S.
Do You Wish liarkains?
It thrl, GO TO
SCITICK'S CHEAP STOIC?,
Coriter of th e Diamond and Baltimore street.
TL. SCI lIC ti. has j sr. returned fronPhila
-01 • dolphin with a full and complete /assort
went of Spring hoods, consisting of Black and
Fancy aulured Cloths and Canimeies, of all
styles and patterns ; also Satinetts, Jca nw ;
Cottenades and Linen floods, for Men's wear
and Satin, Silk, and Marseilles vesting : a t. ) .
SuNlenders, Cro vats, handkerchiefs. Hosiery,
and Uloves,at prices to snit the times—which
gentlemen wishing a complete outfit, 'Kook!
do very well to examine.
n. Tux Lsoits,—.Just received a superior_
assortment of Black Silks, which will be saki
low ; also , Berer,,e de Laines, Giegbams,
Brilliants,Calicioes, Irish Linens, Swiss. Book
and Cambric Muslin., Dotted Swiss and Plait
Gloves, Ribbons, Collars, Drees
Trimmings, Ate., dtu. , which for variety, ex
cellence and cheapness cannot be surpassed
in this market.
J& Recollect, that although there is ts
great rush to Schick's for bargains, all can he
socemmodated. No trouble to show Goods.
Therefore call in, and examine the largest,
richest and cheapest stuck you ever laid your
Gettysburg, April 13, 1857.
New Goodx.New Firm,
A'.Vl) THE CA.SII SISTR.V.
V ROM; I.; AR MOLD ti CO. have just receie,
k. ll ed from Philadelphia a handsome awn
went of Gixids, suitable for the season. Our
and all Goods in that line, is extensive. Cheap.
Cloths, C 4 Asimereq.Catihmeretta.Drap Detate.
Linens, Vestings, Drillings. &c., Le. Call and•
see us. If we cannot please you in a garment.
ready-made, we have our Tailors constantly
cutting out and making up, and can make you
a garment upon hhort notice. and in the very
best manner. • Our pri - be beat.—
Give us 4 Mill. 3),'J7,
P. S.—l have given mu an in.;
tereat expressly fur thi settling• up•
my old business. I he operating!
37 years and have nevi letermined,
to settle up my bus ii iy. Those
therefore who are in( , titter ty
Dut!, Note or Book please ea 14
and pay the same. ',NOLO.
March 30. 1.857
llover'm Llgt d Hair Dye.
THIS HAIR DYE eds only a trial to sat
isfy all of its per vtion its a Dye. and tbo
following testimonial rum that eminent Anal-
Mtic Chemist. Professor 1 Booth. of the U. S.
int. will , only contirw khnt thousands !novo
previously borne testimony tn.
"LASUILATOHT FOIL PRACTICAL cirtItIIISTIM, -
ST. STIP111t1 • S
Philadelphia, Feb. 17th, Is;7.
"Being well acquainted with the substance*
composing /hirer s Liquid Mar .I),ye. I aln set.
ii.tied that by following the simple directions
given for its use, it wil: not injure the Haw or
Nl:in, but will give a manna u•id durable (s.for
to !Ise hair.
JAIiK.9 C. BOOTH. Chnnijd.'•
HOVER'S WHITING IN iiS. including
Ibrer's Filta, and Iforer's ladnlitle Inks, lie
too well known and introduced to require any
additional testimony of their characters The
sales have been increasing since their Brat
trttnluctiun, giving evidence that the articles
truly posse's that intrinstr werit claimed at.
first for them by the Manufacturer.
Orders, addressed to the Manufactory. No.
41G RACE stieei above FOL:ItTFI. (old No.
145.) Philadelphia, will receive prompt atten
JOSEPH E. /1()V ilisnufaciurer.
April 13. 1857: ly
TIIE PERRY COLNTY MUTUAL FIRE
fIAPITAL 6139 586 effects insurances
kJ any part of the State, against loss by tire,:
prudently adapts tt4 operation 4 to its reirour
ces altords ample indemnity, and prtimptly
adjusts its Issas. .
,conoty i. represented in the Board.
of Managers by llon. MosKs McCi.itaff,
WM. 1,.(1,1"; 1N ..I , Tot,
Office or SI do W
May 26. litSti t
CIIOICE 1.1.1111 .14ANDS
I NHE Illinnia Central 11.1ilroail Company"
is now prepared to sell' about
1,4'00,000 Acre* of
t'%Y f\.? ' l % l, C+ - 2n A 4 'WI` •" n 4
ii fat I 21a:1' A .
in truct:i of aiMut FtiafT ACISKA, uit lunj credits
aml rti loft. ralex of inforexix.
These lands were granted by the Govern
ment to aid in the construction of this Bumf.
and arc amotie the richest and most lirae in
the world. l'hey extend front North INst and,
North West. through the middle of the
to the extreme south. 'and include every satie
ty of climate and productions found beta ten
those parallels of latitude. The Northern
portion is chiefly prairie. interspersed wither
hue grovts and in the-middle and Southern
gee( ion.; timber predominatea. alternating with
beautiful prairies and openings.
The clrnate is more healthy, mild and equa
ble, than any other part of the country—dm
air is pure and h acing. while bring streams
and springs of excellent water abound.
Bituminous Coal is extensively mined, and
supplies a cheap and dosimble fuel, bring fur
nished at many points at $2 to $4 per ton . —
and wood can be had at the same rate per conl.
B u ilding Stone of excellent' finality also,
abounds, which can be proctired for little twirl
than the expense of trans:Kinn.
The great fertility of tl ntla which Ore
a black rich mould from two to life feet deep.
and gently rolling.--their contiguity to this
Road, by which every facility is furnished for
travel and transportation. to the principal
markets North. S.outh. East and West. and
the economy with which they can be cultira-
Led, render them the most valuable investment
that can be found : and present the most fa
vorable opportunity. for persons of industrious,
habits and 'mad! nteans, to acquire a comfort-.
able independence in a kw years.
Chicago is the greatest grain market in the.
world—and the facility and economy with'
which the products of these lands can be
transported to that market, make them much
more prufitable, at the prices asked, than
those more remote at government rates,— as
the additional cost of transportation is a per.
petual tax on the latter, which must be bur*o
by the producer, in the reduced price Le re
ceives to his grain. &c.
The Title is Perfect—and when the final
payments are made. Deeds are executed by
the Trustees appointed by the State. abd in
whom the title is vested, to the pnrchasers.
which convey to them absolute- titles in Fee
Simple, free and clear of every incumbrance.,
lien or mongage.
The l'rires are front itti to .3O; Interest
only 3 per rent. Twenty per cent. will be.
deducted from the credit price for Cash.
Those who purchase on long credit, give
notes payable in 2,3, 4. 5 and 41 years after•
date, and aro required to improve one tenth
annually for five years. so as to have one•halt`
the land in culUvation, the end of that
Competent Surveyors will accompany those
who wish to examine these Landis, free of
charge, and aid them in making selections.
The Lands remaining unsold are as rich,
and valuable as those which have .beao
ceelional Maps will be sent to any ono. -
who - will enclose Illty cents in Postage Stamps.
and Books or Pamphlets, =taint% Woe' ,
one instances of successful fanniag, ivied, by
respectable and well known fosse= hating iq
the neighborhood of Railroad Lancia, th roug h.
out the State--also the cost of terming. pr i
of cattle, expense of bppreAtiesg. tbreshlnt,
etc.—or any informatiow--will be c t ieer k,r,
!Oven on application, eithex persomdly or by
letter, in English, Eronallt or German, addres- •
sed to JOHN WILSON,
Land Coannindoendsdibe Mao% Central II Ce.
117 1 480 e in Illinois Central Railroad De
pot. Chicago, Uinta*
April al, 1857. Lim