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limy, mon. ,
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, 1— L: Cw. Wisconsin. which him for
' given a strongßepubiican majority,
my”; elected the en tire Democratic
filcket by nearly three hundred majority.
“Brick Pompmy" must have been )olly
when the returns came in: '7 ' '
- AAoiored man at Cincinnati sued the
judge at an election for refusing his vote.
_flo claimed ion thousand dollars damn
gea, end the Jury gave him one cent,
- The Toledo Blade (Republican) saga:
”Univenal suffrage would be m; unmiti
gated curse to the country. The negroes
pow congregated in the District of Co
}nmbia am fully up in tlie average of the
man it; We Southern Btatosfhnd how ufiy
pm: haying any knowledge of them can
you: to put the ballot in their hands, with
pa ,fllrthcr’ptcynration, paesc‘s our under
mndlnxl’ _
-9 69417 won’t answer whether he is
“opened to ne'gro suffrage and equality,
- The Hon. Henry J. Réymond, 6f the
fiew you; 11mm, believes that “the nu
;lon has done so much for the negro, and
At such cost, that it does not feel Justified
Just now to do much more ;“ and he is al
pogl' PM opinion thiit “there can’t here,
noubpthp; the country in tired and dis
fillfiM with the entrcxno and extrnvngant
ptyle in which the c'laixns of the negro
have been pressed." ‘
-- Josh Billings says: “I could never
find the meaning 4)! the word ‘collido’ ini
Worcester .0! \Vebster; but riding the
ptberday on the New Yon; Cehtral nail-i
road, I saw it ”n, It isj‘theigttcmpt on
rpm; thins to pass each other on n‘slugle‘
track, It I remember correctly, if was a]
NEW failure.” ' \
~ It le‘but a short time sine}: we were.
told by the presses of “the Union party," i
that then» was no rupture between the:
I’mflidcntnnd Republican party, and that i
there wu golhgto be none.’ . There seems
to be a great deal of trouble in the “Uni
py” ranks now. What is the matter '3—
Ha! there been a rupture? Will some
’ll] ion" Journal please inform us ?
j’flw President recently remarked to
#1143.0n oi’ a Union officer that he did+
not consider Clement C.Clay as gulpnbie
pa Timid. Stevens and his clnln. »
".-. The moat ‘ extruprdinary instance of
patience on record. in modern times, it's
Ithut of a Judge, who listened silently for
pwogays, while a couple of wordy attor
pcys ‘coutendod about the construction of
tn; not of the Legislature, and then ended
the controversy _by quietly remarking,
I‘G‘eéntlemon, me lay—[s Lepgnlcd." m
“”1 A mnn‘who had been 15an several
weeks in succession fqr getting drunk,
poolfy proposed to the Judge that he
[should 'mke hlnéay the year at a rédur'ed
Tam:
—At a railway station an old Indy said
to d 'very"p9mpous-Imkiug gentleman
who was talking about steam—cfi‘mmupl
cation: “Pray, sir, what is steailn ‘.‘”
“Slam, ma’nm, is, nh!——steam is, all!
51;! item in steam !” “I knew the chap
couldn’t tell ye,” bald n rough-looking
_lellovl' sanding by. “But s%“:sz a,
buckej. 9! water in a. tremendous perspb
ration." ' >
1800. Spring Mllllnory 1866.
' AND FANCY GOODS. A
.ISS H. McCBEARY’hu just received e
large end beautiful, assortment of new
ll ’ .
'Y eney Bootlegs, Grapes, a
“ new do. . Melina,
my Hats, Buohel,
hate; floodl, Ox Frames,
ibbone, Nets,
Flowers, Pins kc.
s‘l“ I figure} nseortment oflLadies’ TOI
LB _GOO , consisting. in port. of Embroi
dered Fenc; Heed-dresses, Plain (10., Linen
ind Thread Luce Collars, Paper «10., Thread
act Fancy Combs, Dressing‘doq Hair Brush
es, Perfumery, Soaps, Powders, Corsets, Hosie
ry, Glover, Linen Handkerchiefs, Hoop SJdna,
and “demands. .
Theqkful for the liberal patronage sfie has
eceiyed in seasons psss, she hopes m receive
iroui her lady friends an early cell.
wßiouuets bleached and dressed in the
best. menuer. Gettysburg, Aprii.3o. lii;
fimdklns 'l‘obaccoe.
OMBIHINfi NICE! ’
WM. H. BROGUNIEE,
at McS/ierryglm, Adams caunly, I’m,
glnnuhetnrer mo dlfl'erenp grades of SMOKING
V.OBAOCO,whIch cannot be beat. They-ere
ild seamleamnt, all the poisonous mite be
fig extracted, end yut the fine: is (ally pro.
aen ed. ~‘Smokers, give them a. trial, and you
will be pleased. , ° ‘
Orders from a distance solicited.
rep, go, 1866. t: . . \ .
yardage: and Buggies.
Xrza c U L P ~
‘ ‘ M 9 now building a. variety of
ooAcH w o R K
of the latest and most approved styles, and
constructed ofthe Best mnterial, to which they
invita the nttemion of buyers. Having built
9111' work with firm can and of material
peiected with special reierenca to beauty of
style and durability, we can confidently re-;
commend the work as unsurpassed by any,
pilher in or out of the citiel.
All we ask is an inspection oi our work to
amino moan in want. of any kind of vehicle,
that. this is the place to buy them. ‘
REPAIRING in every branch done at. short
potion nnd on rensoniblo terms.
Give us a can, at. our Fa‘ctory, near‘ the.
garner of Washington and’Ghnmoérsburg
guests, Gettysburg.
P. J. TATE,
( gar. 19, 1865.
; Po'ndrote!
(sixty-u YIABS run run. I)
PEYSSON, PHILADELPHIA.—POUD
, 1151313, $2O 0C per ton, uken fromtho
M: or, loose, or 50 cents per bushel, and
$26.00 pa; ton in bags, delivered at Steam
boat md Railroad Depots, in Philadelphia..—
llaquffl-blyy. Gmy's Ferry Road, above the
Amend, .hilgg’q. Depot. Peyason’l Fur-m,
GlouceSter, N. J., Woodburynmd.
Office—Library Street, No. 420, back of the
New Fist OMGo.‘Philndelphh\. Beaters.
.‘. ‘ ' FRENCH, RICHARDS A: 00.,
' Fourth & Cullowhill Sm, Phihdelphin.
Much 5.1865. 311:;
Lndles’ Oyster Saloon.
[IE udflemgned has the phuure of an
, warming to his friends that, in confiec~
lon With his CONFECTIONEBY AND ICE
{MBA}! SALQON, he has opened an
OYSQER sun. LaOON,
yifih I SEPARATE DEPARTXENT FOB
LADIES. Ladies and Gentlemen vxsiting this
Saloon mm" fiud‘zhe accommodations all they
pqnid 'desj‘xe.’ Oysters In“ be sewed up in
_fiy Ityte‘alnq iq ggupefio: manner. Call and
yes. 1» ’- _ JOHN GBUEL.
‘N0v.6,1865. If
“33F
LW snack of
GOLD AND SHEER WATCHES,
1 mad with especial care but warrantgq good
iqo-ktegmfiqgt nosing gnd ior nl9 f
_ 'u‘ .. LBE‘VAN’g,‘
L.._£.; ~9pynl§gt§g Bung 939 mm.
MORE ‘ G S'D cc DENTS in thg
'Tm‘vnisgmséaahs Gamay
51333930,: If; 1;;qu “010', gm!
whamdflfi a, .. . ,
S~°’Qmenuwgf§§9 9° :: 9n ‘ _
\ 0:43: in hmby given to ll] begsfltud
’l‘- . ration guano hotflngfloremenfiomd
vm M preunhd n flu Orphtn’l. Gout. o!
Altuu‘couulyJax-conflnwbn nnd allow-nu,
on TUESDAY. the 23nd day of HAY. wag, a
10 o’douk, A. 31., viz;
286. m Ind final «cent of J. C. Guinn,
Executor of Louis E. Buick, cleansed.
287. The hand final accounc ofLevi Chron
ialer, Esq" Mministruéor of Mary Bruugh,
deceased.
288. The In account of Punch Coulson,
Bxeeumr of me Will 0? John R. mu}, dec’d.
' 289. The account of Henry H. Orncr. Ad
miniuruor of Burial 8. Omar, downed.
290. m le final wmnnlol Jonah“ Bow
er, Execute: of ch. hut Will and Testament of
Joseph Miller, been“. ‘
291. The amount of Benjamin Chroniuer,
Administrntor o! the «Late of Bnmuel Chron
ister, deceased.
292. The 1“ account of Job- Wnlhay. Ex
ecutor (game 3331 Will and Testament of Ben
ry 80:“, Leaf .\lq'nnllen twp.. Adana: co., dec’d.
293. 82ch (mount of EsLher Feeser, Ad
ministrntrix of John Feeser, deceased.
294. The in! and final mean: of Josepli
Camp, Adminiszrnzor of John Camp, deceasel.
203. The 13: nd final account of Peter M]-
ers. (of P.) Administrator of time of Adam
A. Myers, deemed.
296. First And final account of Samuel S.
Denrllorfl', Adminisunwr 01' David B. P. Qw
dorff, de'ceused. '
297. Second and End mount of Solomon
Miller nnd Adam/J. Miner, two of tthxecn
can of the lust Willud Testament. of John
Miner, deuued.
298. Accountof Henrietta Scbriver, Admin
istrntrin 0! Geo. W. Schrivet, deceased.
299, Fint account. of Adam S. Myerl, qu.,
Admmiurnlor wlch the Will nnnexod, of Dun
lel Myers, deceased.
300. The accnnnt. of James Lurch]! 3nd
Elizabeth Am rcws, Executor: of the last Will
and Testament ofJohn Rhea, deceased.
a3Ol. The account a”. A. Gardner, Gnu-dim
of Anderson 0. G. Brandon. ‘
302. The flu: and final account of Michael
“yen nnd Eliud Albert, Execnwrs ol the la."
will and telmm'ent ofSarah Albert. dec’d.
303. Themccount of John Krnmrine, Exec
utoroflhe Will ofJncob Starner, deceased.
3Q4. The first account of Elias Johnt, Execu
tor of the Will of John Johns, rlecemmtlf _ -
305. The second account, of Geor'go W.
Want: and Snmuel’Swope, Executon ofHem-y
Wantz. deceased. ’ ~
308. First and final account of John‘l‘roslle,
Administrator of Jonathan Gilbert, deceased.
307. First and final account of Major Jacob
Mi Bollinger Adminiecmtor of the estate of
Jacob Lobr, deceased. 2
308. The first and final account of Alexan
der Oobeen, Esq., Administrator de bonis non
wanna Will enacted of James Major, de~
ceased.
302. The guardianship ufconnt of 'Andrew
Iliie,¢Gxx-u-dinn'ot‘~ Jeremiah Stump, minor
child of John Slump, deceased, ‘exhibited by
Geo. Throne, Administrator oLnid Andrew
Rife, deceased. - ' . ‘
310. Firstnndfinnleecoungof Francis Bream
and George Bream, Administrators of Henry
Bic-am, deceased. , ‘
311. The firet account. of Joel B. Dunner.
Executor of the estate of Zephaniah Herbert,
deceased. '
‘ ' . SAMUEL LILLY, Register.
Begiawr’l Office, Gettysburg,} '
Apnjn 16, 1866. td ..
Forwarding Business.
CULP & EARNSHAW’S LINE
AVING purchased the Warehouse and
Can heretofore owned by Samuel Herbst,
the undersigned take pleasure in announcing
to the public that they will tun e
biNE 0F FRElGil‘l‘ CARS
from Gettysburg toßailimore everyweek. The]
are prepared to convey Freight either‘wty, in
anyqunulig’. They will e.ttend,ifdesired,tothe
making of purchases in the city. and deliver.
ing the goods promptly st Gettysburg. Thoir
ears run to the Warehouse of STEVEN
SOX A: SONS, 165 North Howard streetjnea;
Fronkliu,) Baltimore, where freight w'l be
received at any time. They invite the attention
of the public to their line, assuring them that
they will spare no efl'ort'to accommodate all
who may patronize them. <
Having purchased the buildings and lot on
the Northeast corner of Rnilrond Mid North
Washington streets, Gettysburg, their Depot
will remain there. Any person having busi
ness in the forwardingliue are respectfullyin
vited to call. CULP & ‘EABXSHAW.
Auz. 7,1865. . -
TRICKEOUSEReh WISOTZKEY
S Rafe removed their establiehment to the
west side of Baltimore etreet, a few doors
above the Court-hog“, end nearly opposite
the Post office, where they willcontinue busi
nole on a Inger scale than ever.
slimy: to be had in their season, wifl} Sweet
and Irishf’omeos .po.pla Beams. Hmy,aon kc.
Also, RAMS, SHOULDERS, AND SIDES,
Mackerel and Herring, Butter and Lard,
Cheele, WIN] all other articles in this line.
Also, Raisins, Almonds, and a general assort
ment of Confections. Smoking and Chewing
Tobaccos, Began, Pipes, and a great variety
of Notions. ‘ .. i i .
They ask cells} convinced that they can a}-
wny: sell a cheaZp as :be cheapest. As they
run can to the any regularly, their opportu
nities for keeping" up their stock are unusually
good, and the ptiblic can rely upon getting
everything fresh :16 nice. '
BTRIEIKHOUSER B WISOTZKEY.
April 9, 1886. tf
Flour! Feed! and Groceries!”
'l‘ THE CHEAP STORE ON THE HILL.
A lfyou wish to buy any ofshe above grli
cles cheaper and better than you can get. them
anywhere else, go to the Grocery Smre of the
undersigned on the Hill, in Baltimore street,
where cytomers can always b'é accommoda
ted, nnd’where all are invited to cell and see
for themfilves. The public will always find
a full‘and choice assortment of
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SYRUPS, MO
- TOBACCOS, CIGARS, SNUFFS,
mm, BA. ABB 888888, BRAC-
GLASS-WARE, CHOCKERY-WARE.“ NO
TIONS. &C., GOAL'OIL LAMPS. FISH
~. OIL, AND FLOUR AND FEED,
ALWAYS 0N HAND.
WANTED. —Flour, Corn, Oats, Bptter, Eggs.
Bacon, and Potatoes, for which the highest
market price will be paid, either in trade or
cub. ‘ -.
IQ-Being determined to conduct my busi
nels in l fair and honorable way, and to sell
cheap, I invite all to give me a. call. ,
WM. E. CULP.
April 9, 1868. tf
New Goods at Grimes’s.
AMES A. GRIMES, in York ski-eel,‘Get
‘ tysbmg, has just received a large lot of
new GROCERIES, to, which, having bought
for cash, at the latent reduced priées, he is
prepared to offer cheaper than they have been
sold beta for several years. His Maorhnent
ls very full,embmcinz thermost choice articles
in his line, to prove which he asks his old cus
tomers and the public generally to call and
examme for (hemselves. His
COFFEES,’TEAS, scams,
- ~ . snaps. MOLASSES,
mum's, NUTS, co‘nrs'rcuxs.
TOBACCOS, SEGARS, &c., km,
he in certain will please all who may try them,
and he therelore asks purchasers, from town
and country, to give them a. trial before bur
ing elsewhere. He Aig dstermined not to he
.nndersold by Any other calibliahment.
His lnrge stock of,
FANCY? ARTICLES
is kept full by caytam additions, and every
thing in tlnt line can a: all times be had good
and cheap. Indeeli‘ he flatter: himself that
his Store, containing as it does so large 3 Va:
riety ofGoodl, all new and in the best condi
tion, cannot but be lookei upon as among the
moslattracuve in town. By attending closely
to business. and selling at mall profits, ha il
€895,118 n handsombusiness. and will Ipm no
o rt to increase it by giving sagisfaction in
.11 cases. [hlm-ch 19,1866.
TRY Dr. R. HORNER’S Tonic find‘Altem
tive Powders, for 31188158 and CATTLE
Prepnwd and told only n his Drug Store. ,
Janna“ 25. 1864. , .
A SUPERIQR utility.“ the heat Louden
Dnu EMQ‘A, with or with)!" fatten
m for we 6: 9.. man 4‘ ma
Register. Notices.
Itemovat
OYSTERS AND FISH
KERS, BUT’DER, EGGS, &c
-A L E 0—
HEN RY OVEBDEEK
1m Good-x QheapGood-X
HIILACE TO GET THEM _ A .
‘*~ W ‘f"" ‘nr 8130733!
e hereby inform the “Linn: of York Ind
Adams commas, the: ‘we the nuhllshed, n
the mutant corner of Centre Square Ind
Beltiuore street, HANOVER, formerly occu
pied by 0. I. 8 T. 'l'. Wire, 3 Brinch Store,
(the principal business houses being located
is lew York Ind York, Pn.,) where we will
keep as 11l times 3 regulu‘nssonmnt of Dry,
Domestic and Fancy GOODS, also, a well se
lected assortment of CLOTHS. CASSIHERES,
CASSINE’I‘S, COTTINETS and CORDUROYS;
China, Glass and gueens-ware, Lndiee’. Misses‘
and Children's 8 0E8; 3130, a nice and full
usurtmenc of all kinds 0! CARPET, Floor
, Ind Table Oihcloth.
‘ We have also established in rooms ndjoxning
ithe Cenlrnl Hotel, a CLOTBWG STORE,
i where we will keep constantly on hand A well
selected assortment of Heady-made Clothing,
of the Meat styles, and a full assortment of
Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods, such on Hats,
Caps, Boots, Shoes“, on, which we will sell as
reduced prices.
As our motto is, nod always will be,‘“qnlck
sales and small profits," we hope to recelvo I
shun of the patronage of town And coun
try. Our connection with the large wholesale
houses in New York City and York, Pa.,where
I” always stored on extensive stock of goods,
which we sell inf-wholesale and retail, enables
us to supply our old friends and such ‘o{ our
new’customers as will give us seen, with the
very best. marketable goods, at lower rates
than can he purchased anywhere in the Sum.
Call And see for yourselves, ‘
‘ JOS. LEBACH & BRO.
Honover, June 26, 1865. 1y '
i Nothné&Confecuons.
A WORD TO THE PEOPLE OF TOWN AND
, COUNTRY. .
HE tublcfibu hams Notion and Confec
tionary Store on Carllsle "not, neuly
opposite the Railroad Station, Gettysburg,
whore he has constantly on hand, CANDIES,
NUTS, Figs, Rafi-inn, Lemons. Orafiges, &c.,
Tobnccos und Began of all kinds} Pocket.
Books, Sulpouders‘, Neck Ties, Collars, km;
Soap: and Perfumeries; also some GROCE
RXES, Sugara', Qofl'ees, Rice, with the diluent
kindl of Crackers., Ice-cold MEAD at all
times. He invites custom from town and
country, aid'uellstot amnll profits.
LEWIS STEOUSE.
~ Aug. 7.1865. ly
Cumberland Coal:
A LARGE Inpply of superior
nLAéxsm'ru COAL,
now on hand 3: reduced price. This Con] is
superior to all other Coal in the United Sfiutea
for welding and other blacksmith purposes.
For sale by P. HS’YFER,
City Coal Yard, Frederick city, Md.
June 19, 1865. ly’ ,
Carriage-making Business.
HE war being‘ over, the nndérsignefinve
resumedjhe ‘
CARRXAGE-M‘AKING BUSYNESS,
at their old stand. MEnsMidle street,
GETTYSBURG,
where they are again prepared to put up work
in the most (ushionable, substantial, and supe
rior manner. A lot of new and second-hand
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, £20.,
on hand, which they. will dispose of at The
lowest prices ; and all orderl will be supp! ed
as promptly and satisfactorily as possible. .
WREPAIRING 1‘
done with dispatch, and at cheapest rates. '5
A large!“ of new and olng HARNESS on
hand for sale. , ‘—
Thankfpl for the liberal patrodnge ,hereto
fore enjoyed 5y them. they solicit. and will .eu
denvor to deserve a large share in the future.
BANNER, & ZXEGLER.‘
July .10, 1865. mt
Money Saved
Ijsuo‘NEYuADE.
casu sysrmr Amman,- \ '
AND rmces REDUCED!
The undersigned most respectfully invite
their old customers end the public generally
to cull and see their Goods at the new prices.
We huge -
A FULL AND WELL SELECTED STOCK,
which we have concluded to run oil“ at the
lowest pnsible prices. We intend doing what
we say; therefore'nll persons desirous ofmukiug
money In the easiest way (by saving it in their
purchues} will not fail to give us‘s cell, as
we ptcmise than they shall not be disap
pointed:
We are thankful for the past vbry liberal
pnttonnge we have received, and trust thot we
shall merit a continuation of the same; and
near-n: we shall me our best endeavor: to
please fill who may (ever us with a call.
{Q‘Don’t forget the place.
‘ ‘ BANNER e SHIELDS.
Fairfleld, Adams county, Pa:
‘N. B.—We are Agents for Miller's Superjor
Family Flour, and Johnson's celebrated Blast
ing Powder. {Fat}. 26, 1668. if
Bafiroad House”,
EAR THE DEPOT. - " ' h '
HANOVER, YORK 00., PA. '
The undersigned would respectfully inform
his numerous friends and the public generally,
that he has leased the Hotel in Benover, nenr
the Depot, formerly kept by Mr. Jeremiah
Kohler, and will spare no elort to conduct it
in a manner that will give general satisfaction.
His table will have the best the markets can
afford—his chambers are spacious and com
fortable—and he ‘has laid in for his here full
stock of choice wines Ind'llqnorl. There is
stabling for horses attashéd to the Hotel. It
will be his constant endeavor to render the
lnllest satisfaction to his guests, making his
house as near u home to them as possible.—
He asks a share of the public patronage, de
termined as he is to deserve ninrge part of it.
Remember the Railroad House, near'the De
pot, Hanover, Pa. A. P. BAUGSEB.
Oct. 2, 1803. tf “
Gettysburg Railroad.
HANGE 0F CONNECTIONS—On and af
ter Monday, November 20th, 1866, Pos
nenger Truins will leave and arrive at Gettys
burg, and mnke connections, as follows:
FIRST TRAIN 'will leave Gettysburg at
7.45 A. ht, with pusengers for York, Harri:-
burg, Philadelphin, Baltimore, and the North
and West, arriving at Hanover J nuctien with
out change of cars, at 10.25 A. 31., connecting
with the Fast Line South on the Northern Cen
tre] Railway, and arriving at Baltimore at
12.30 noon. Also connecting with Mail ’l‘rnin
from Baltimore north, arriving in Harrisburg
at 1.20 P. M. Arrive M Gettysburg 1.10 P.
35., with passengers from Harrisburg, York,
Baltimore and Washington. '
SECOND TRAIN will leave Gettysburg at
1.20,“ P. 35., arriving at Hanover Junction at
3.15. and connecting with muil train South.
Arrive at Baltimore at 5.30 P. M. Arrive at
Gettysburg at 6.15 P. LL, with passengers from
Philadelphia, Harriebmg and the North and
‘West, and also with passengers from Baltimore
and Washington by the last line north, which
leaves Baltimore at 12.10 noon.
Passengers can leave Baltimore ini‘ihe Mail
Trein at 9 A. M., and arrive in Gettysburg at
1.10 P. M. Or leave Baltimore in the fast line
at 12.10 noon, and arrive in Gettysburg n‘. 6.15
P. M. But‘onn change of cars by the first
train, either way, viz: at Hanover Junction.
The fast line on the Northern Central will not
stop at any local stations, except York, Hano
ver Junction and Parkton. Connections cer
min. . R. HoCUßDYhPres’t. V
Nov. 27, 1865
Cooking Stoves
F every variety, including the “Mable
Cook," "Royalcgék," “Wnnrly,” “orn~
mental,” “Oriental.” &c. Also, Tin-ware,
Sheet-iron-wnre, Hollow-ware. and every va
riety of Kitchen Furniture—including a varie
ly of Luntrrns. A 450, a. new and much im
proved Flour smer, for sale by
. C. H. BUEHLER, ‘
Corner of Csrlisle and Railrond 30.5.,
Feb. 19, 1866. Gettylburg, Pa.
CEDAR CAMPHOR
FOE use Igiinst. NOTES 1)." CLOTHING.—
Beat. In Muntsgem—Efficiencg, Econ
°mli impnm "we: odor to the clot en,and
Inn to last through twelve months. But;
gammy. n. Emma QCEAPXAN,
' g 7, .867. In; . _ fioltoqg
Schick Call Ahead!
. :wsamaodmumm «“3“ -~
1250 UMON 11v PRICES!
l.anOchK
would reapeczmly gay to tho citlunl of Gob
fiynburg nd vicinicy, tbs: he in now receiving
st his store A Iplaudid
STOCK OF SPRING GOODS.
Tho stock con-int! in put of Funcy Ind,
Staple DRY GOODS. or awry delcription.
SILKS, MOZAMBIQUE, CHALLXES, DE
LAINES, BOMBAZINES, ALPACCAS,
LAWNS, CALICOES, ‘
of all qualities and choiceu styles, vhfch will
be lold at PRICES T 0 DEFY COHPETITION.
FURNISHING GOODS
of all kinds, including Silk, Linen and Cotton
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, chkingl, kc.
Also, a splendid assortment of RKBBQNS,
[Aces and Edgiugs, Umbrellas and Parasols - ~
My stoukof WHITE GOODS will be found {all
and complete, and ”customers may rely upon
nlwnys getting good good: at the lowest possi
ble prices.
Gentlemen will find it ti) their advanugo to
cull and examine my stock of
CLOTHS, GASSIMERES and VESTINGS,
at all qualities .And choicest styles. ‘
April 16, was. J. L. SCHICK.
New Goods! Large Stock!
EROHANT TAILORING.
M ‘ JACOBS a; 830.
have just received from the cities 3 huge stock
or goods for Gentleman’s west, embracing a.
variytyof ' _ '
ILELOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS,
C nets, Janus, km, with many other goods
for spring and summer weer.
They ere prepared to make up gsrmenu It
the ohm-test notice. and in the very best man
ner. The Fashions are regularly received, and
clothing made in any desired style. They al.
ways make malt (its, whilstflwir sewing is sure
to be substantial.
They ask a. continuance of flue public‘s pi
tronsge‘, resolved by good work and modern.“
charges to earn it. , I
Gettysburg, April 7, 1862
Hardware &' Groceries.
HE subscribers have just returned from
1:": the cities with an immense supply of
ARDWARE & GROCERIES, which they ate
ofl'ering at thieir old stand in Baltimore street'
at. prices to SP“. the times, Our stock consists
in pelt oi
BUILDING MATERIALS,
CARPENTERS TOOLS,
, BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS,
r, ' COACH msnmas
SHOE FINDLNGS. .
CABINET MAKER’S TOOLS, I
HOUSEKEEPER’S FIXTURES,
ALL KINDS OF IRON,&e.
GROCERIES OF ALL .KINDS,
OILS, PAINTS, km, &c. ‘There is‘no Irticla
included in the several departments mentioned
above but what can .be bed at. this Store.—
Every class of Mechanics can‘he accommodated
here with tools and findings,snd Housekeepers
can find every article in their line. Give us I
can, as we are prepared to sell as low for cash
as any house 0 t of the city. I
z JOLL B. BANNER,
DAVID ZIEGLER.
Gettys'burg, May 16, 1864.
The Great Discovery"
F THE AGE.——lnflsmmstory and Chronic
O Rheumatism can be cured by using H. L.
MILLER’S CELEBRATED RHEUMATIC MIX
TURE. Many prominent citizens of this, and
the adjoining caunties, have testified to its
great utility. Its success in Rheumatic sifnc
tions, has been hitherto unparalleled by any
specific, introduced to the public. Price 50
cents per bottle. For sale by all druggists and
storekeepcrs. Prepared only by H. L. MILLER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, East Berlin,
Adams county, Pm, dealer'in Drugs, Chemicals,
Oils, Varnish, Spirits, Paints, Dye-stufi‘s, bot
tled Oils, . Essences and Tinctures, Window
Glass, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, kc., he.
.fi-A. D. Bnehler is the Agent in Gettys
burg fdr “ H. L. Miller’s Celebrated Rheumatic
Mixture." i [Junev3, 1861. tf
Cémcter Bemvals.
HE nndersigned,bein the authorized person
to make removals {EEO Ever Green Ceme‘
tery,hopes that such as contemplate the removal
ofthe remains of deceased relatives or friends
will avail themselves of this season ofthe year to
have it done. Removals made with promptness
—terma low, and no effort spared toylease.
' ‘ PETER THORN,
March 12,1’60. Keeper of the Cemetery.
Sale Crying.
W. FLEMMING continues the business
, of SALE CRYING, and solicits theeon
tinned patronngc of the public: It is his con
stmfi. endeavor to give satisfaction. Charges
moderate” Residence in Breckinridge street,
Gettysburg. ‘ '
P. S.—He is a licensed Auctioneer, under the
Tax Law 6f the United States.. .
Nov. 24, 1882. .
‘Luncuter Book Bindery.
EORGE WIANT, ‘
B 0 0K BIND ER,
LID BLAIR BOOK lAXUILCTUBIR,
LANCASTER, PA
Plain and Omnwntal Binding, of qvery dei
Icription, executed in the most substantial and
Ipproved styles. . _
BIFIR!NCIS
E. W. Brown, Esq., Farmers Bank of Lancaster
W. L. Peiper, Esq., Lunéaatcr County Bank
Samuel Shock, Esq., Columbia Bank?
Samuel Wagner, an., York Bank.
William Wagner, an.. York County Bank.
'l'. D. Carson, Esq., Bank of Gettysburg.
PeterMnrtin, an., Proth’y of Lancaster 00., PB
Geo. C. Hawthorn, Es ~ Register " “'
Geo; Whitson, Esq., aeemdef “ “
April 15, 1861
N oah‘ Walker (2 Co.,
opormnns,
WASHLHQTON BUILDING,
165 m) 16'! Burma“ 81min,
» , B A_ L TI 1! 0 R E ,
keep constantly on hand a large and tell as
aoned stock of all kind: of goods at modmga
prices. « *‘
They supply arderu for tho fine“ to filel
lowest priced articles, either ro'ndy mode or
mode to measure, to any pnrt of the country;
They keep also an yxtensive stock of FURN-‘
ISHING GOODS, cmhrnclng every article at
Gentlemen'a Under-tear. Also, MILITARY 1
CLOTHS and every vanety of Military Trimw
mings, Bl well u an assorted stock of READY
MADE MILITARY GOODS.
. Baltimore,Feb. 22, 186,4.
New Bakery 1
NEWPORT & ZIEGLER, Mechanical Bak
ers, South Washingtoii street, hall square
from the Eagle Hotel, GETTYSBURG, P 334
Constantly on hand, the best of BREAD,
CRACKERS, CAKES, PRETZELS, he. Per
sons wishing fresh Brand will be served every
morning, by leaving their name: and residence!
at the Bakery. Every efi‘ort made to please
Give us a. call! ' [April 20, '63. tf
\ Still at Work 1
HE undersigned continues tie
’ CARRIAGE-MAKING BUSINESS,
'in all in branches, at his old stand, in East
Middle street. Gettysburg. ‘
\NEW WORK ymdn to order, and
, a BEPAI B I N G
done promptly and at lowest prices.
Two first-rate SPRING WAGONS and n
SLEIGH for sale. JACOB TROXEL.
,Dec. 7, 1863. ‘
Notice..
OHN HILBERT’S ESTATE.—»Leuen Jen
mmenmry on the estate of John Hilbert,
late ‘of German] township, Adams county, de
ceased, having been granted to the underaign‘ad,
residing in Union mwnship, he hereb *givea
nofica to all persons indebted to “it? tame"
to make immediate payment, and thou having
claims Against the same '.O pregent them proper I
1y authenticated for settlement. i
JESSE HILBERT,
Apri! 13, 1866. St“ Executor
Do Yoi Wish
O preserve a GOOD likeness of yourself
T your ‘children, or your friends? go )1
once to MUMPER’S GALLERY, the best place
I: the county to secure first cluspictum.
Picture Frame!»
GREAT variety of PJCTUAE “LAKES,
A with plgin and convex shuns, for “10
q], omer’u Drug and Vnrietv Bkm.
{uh 30. 1885. . ~
‘ ' A. 09mm. n.‘
Mia-math“ _suh‘n‘cs comm
hoomuru, Inn 18, 1851.
Onlcnl.
President—Gear 2 Europe.
Vice President—gonad R. Buull.
Secretary—D. A. Enabler. , ~ 1
Treuuror—E. G. Fohneetock. ‘
Executive Committee-Robert lccqrdy An- 1
drew Heintzelmsn, Jacob King. -
Minimum—George Swope, D. A. Bnehjer,
B. Mchrdy, M. Eicheiberger, S. 8.. Bunsell, E.
G. Fabneltogk, A. D. Bnehler, B. G. HcOrury,
Gettysburg; Jacob King, Strnban town-hip;
A. Heinizelman, Franklin; Wm. D. Bimol,
New Oxford; Wm:‘B. Wilson, Bendersvflle;
H. A. Picking, Simona township ; John Wol
ford, Lntimore township; John Picking, East
Berlin; Abel T. Wright. Bendenviiie ; Abdiei
F. Gitt. New,oxford; Jna. H. Marshall, Hom
iitonban tow’ hip; John Uunninghmn, Free
dom townshfig John Homer, Mountjoy town-
Ihip; Wm. Ron White, Liberty township.
WThin Company in limited in its opera
tions to the county of Adams. It has been in
operation for ““59 than 15 years, and in that
period has made’but one assessment,»boving
pnid losses by fire during that period amount
ing to $13,088—-$6,769 of which have been
paid during the last two yclrs. Any person
desiring an, Insurance can npply to any of the
} nbovcnnmed Managers for further information.
i S'The Executive Committee meets at the
oflice of the Company, on the inst Wetlan
day in every month, at 2 o’clock, P. M.
l Oct. 16, 1865. n
Cannon's
MARBLE WORK'S
out -eut Corner of the Diamond and Bum
more street, nearly opposite the Star oflice,
GETTYSBUBG, PA.
Every delcrlption of work executed in the
finest gtyle of the art. ,
Aprl 17, 1865. M
New Warehouse.
' BUSHELS 0F GRAIN
00 000 WANTED.“ thenemein
Ind fro3uco House, in Guliale street, adjoin
ing Sheadl & Buehler's establishment. The
highest. mrket price will Alwayl be pnld in
cash for :
GRAIN, of all kinds. ,
_ ‘. FLOUR, SEEDS, to.
Ahnyl on bud and [or sale, at. the Imullea!
profits, 3
GUANOS, , s '
SALT, FISH. ' '.‘
GROCERIES, km,
thlesale 3nd retails?
TRYJUSI We shall do our boat to gin
satisfacuon in all cases. '
McCURDY t DIEHL.
Gettysburg, May 11, 18653. 1y ‘
Great Attraction
T BR!NKERHOFF’S CHEAP CLOTHING
A AND FURNISHING STORE, at the North
astCorner 6f the Diamond. The subscriber
is copdtautly in receipt of fresh goods {rain the
Eastern cities. {His stock of _
READY-MADE CLOTHING
is one of the largest and most attractive, as
well as the cheapest establishment of the kind
in the country. You will there find COATS,
PANTS AND VESTS, made up in the most
fashionable styles, and of the best materials,
of all sizes and prices, for men and boys.—
Gentlemen’s furnishing goods ot‘every descrip
tion, Wool lSliirts, Muslin Shirts, Hickory
Shirts 31nd Blerino Shirts, Merino, Wool and
Cotton Drawers, Hosiery cfevery description
Buck-skin, Merino and Cotton Gloves, Hand
kerchicis, Neck Ties, Grants, Linen and Paper
Collars, flirts, Cups, Boots and Shoes. Um
brellas, Trunks, Valiccs, Carpet Bogs, Clothes
and Shoe Brnshes,Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Shoe Blscking, Pocket and Dressing Combs,
Ivory Go'urhs, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Guns, Pistols, _Violins and Violin Strings,
Soaps and Perfumeries, Stationery of all kinds,
Pocket Knives, Smoking and Chewing Tobac
co, Pipes, an extra quality ofSegnrs. In fact,
his stock embraces everything usually found
in a first clue furnishing store: I invite the.
attention of all to come and see for themselves,
as Inm determined to sell goods lower then
any other establishment in the country. Don’t
forget the place. Corner of York street and
the Diamond. ' JACOB BRINKERHOEF.
July 4, 1864.
Fresh Arrival.
‘ ATS, cusaoors s SHOES.
D cums e co.
l havejnst received and opened another splendid
assortment of HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and
SHOES, for Summer wear, which they'nre
selling at very low prices considering the
times. The latest styles of Summer Hats and
Cups, of every description’ and price.
‘ Boots and Shoes, of édperior make, nnd’w
‘ warranted to fit, always on hand. Work
”made to order and repairing done on shortno
‘tice, by experienced workmen. Also,
9 HARNESS MAKING,
carried on 'in all its branches. Persons want
ing anything in this line would do well to call.
5 'lQ'Dou’t forget the old stand in Chambers
bu_rg street, if you want Bargains.
COBEAN k CRAWFORD
June 19, 1365
Pianos! Pianos !
lANOBl—The underfiigned would respect
fully inform,the public that he can furnish
lANOS of the following manufacturers, or
those of other make, if desired, at the lowegt
possible prices: “
» CHICKERING & SONS.
DECKER BROS.
HAZLETON BROS. 2
HAINES BROS.
GEO. STECK. >2 .
A.H. GAHLK tCO. ;
STEINWAG & SONS. . ‘ :
K WPanicular attention is given to‘tbe le.
lection of Pianos; and when I 0 seiectefl, in ud
tion to the manufacturer! guarantee, We Phnos
are guaranteed byane. ,
MASON a; HAMLIN ' ~
CABINET ORGANB AND MELODIANS
The recent improvements in these instru
ments Ire such as to fully warrant saying they
are FAR SUPERIOR to any other make. One
ofthe beat evidences of their merit is, that
gir- improvements are imitaled by other
makers. The new style, four atop organ, have
n Sub-Bug 3nd Octave Coupiet, making it an
instrument‘especinlly adapted to Church and
Sabbath Schoorpgrp'oses.
DESCRIPTR’E CIRCULARS
viii be sent by mail Roberson: desiring tho-In.
Pinon tuned regularly. Pianos taken in ex
change. PETER BENTZ,
No. 30 East Market St.,\¥qu, Pn.’
June 12,1865. 1y \\
Blncksmlthlng.
BE undersigned would most respectfully
inform the public that. he continues the
BLACKSMITHINI} BUSINESS,
at his shop, lntely Philip Doersom‘s, adjoining
Troxel's paint shop, in East Middle street,
Gettysburg, where he will at all times he [um
pared to do Blacksmithing work to Carriages,
Buggies, Wagons, kc. That he knows how to
do nlljohs oi the kind will nothe questioned
By those who have a knowledge of his long
experience a: the business. ~Como on with
your work, and you will be satisfied when you
mkeit Away-and for which he will receive
Cash or Counuy Produce.
' AD) ‘
Nor. 20, 1865. tf
ADAM HOLTZWORTE
John W. Tlpton,
ASEIONABLE BARBER, North-east cor
ner of the Dilmoud, (next dom- to He
lellnn’a 1109.21,) Gettysburg, Pa. where he
can_at All times he found ready to attend 113 11l
bumnes‘h‘ in his line. He has also excellent as
sistance and will ensure satisfaction. Give
him a. can. ‘ Dec. 3, 1860.
ATTRACTING ATTENTlON.—Theanperior
Picmrea' taken. at MUMPER’S SKY
LIGHT GALLERY, on We“ Middle EL, are
Attncting universal attemion. Goodquges
Pronounce them superior to any ever taken in
thin place. Call and examine for yourselves.
JED. 16.1865.
URE SILVER WARE and
SILVER PLATED WARE
of We very best qumy, a new usortmenfius;
received. 0511 and no it. J. BEVAN,
' Opposite the Bank, Gettysburg.
OLD, SILVER, STEEL, and other
-BPEC'I' A C L E S 1
mm: :11 ages, alqu on hand, and fitted to
light. I. BEVAN,
Opposite the link, Ganylbntg.
ADIRS’ DRESS mamas, in c n.
L 13°“: ‘.‘ 30555;;
W .I’HWPIBU.‘
1 THE OLD snub. ‘
Ah - [urnmmo xx 1817.]
"e unociued with me, in business. my
non, thn F- NcCrnry, under the Inn and
.ler of D. Hchry t Son. and l desire to
All to my chi friends nnd the public generally
the! guanine war, the manufacture of Saddler,
amen, Collin, to, he: been revived nt the
old uttblinhod Ind well known stand on Bal
timore street, one square south of the Court
1 Home, Gettysburg, Pa.
‘ Having had an experience of 40 yam in
i this establishment, I feel nssnred, that, with
renewed attention to business, we can still
further merit and receive a full share of pub
lic patronage. DAVID McOREABY.
With increased ftcililics {or conducting our
business, we are better prepared thin ever to
satisfy the wants of all those who may need
anything in our line. We especially call the
snention of Fumers and other: to zhe unperior
quality of our ‘
Plain or Quilted Seat‘Side Leathers,
Horn Saddles, Illnmea, all kindl, with
Plain or Quilted Seat. orwithoutfuteningl
no Horn, Housings, '
Plain or Quilted Sell Scolch Collars leather
Side Saddles, “ “ gucking;
Plain or Fancy Saddle No Seam Calla",
Cloths, Best. Welt Harness Col-
Wagon Saddles, lara,
Riding Bridle-I, of all PawnlLentherCollnrs,
kinda, {air or black, shtchedorunatitched
" rounded or flat; Bed! Luther thon
Hurtingfils, Whipq, 4, 4} and 6
Carringe Harness, all feel bug,
nylea, silver or black Plaited Tenn: Whips,
mounted, Trotting Whips,
Heavy Draft Harness, Ladies' Riding Twigs,
Blind Blidles, Whip Lashes, ‘
Girtbl, Horse Blankeu,
Orgppgrs, . . h... kc.. kc.
. _ , V -.., ..o,
In short, everything that pertains to o flrlt
class general horse furnishing cstobl'uhment
constantly on hand onunde to order prompuy,
of the very best. mnerial, and by the most ex
erienced workmen in the country, (two hfl
rug worked in this establishment for the last
thirty years.)
We are now msnufocturing an excgllent lot.
of Heavy Draft and Harness Collars for those
who prefer our own to city made work.
Repairing of all kinds done at short notice
ond on reasonable terms.
All tn cordially inr'ied to call and enmino
for themselves, as our work cunno‘ mil to
recommend itself.
‘ D. McCREARY a: SON.
Feb. 5, 1868. u . L‘ .
CHOLERA PREVENTIVE I
' ' x. 13160. L
THE GREAT ZINGARI BITTERS.
HIS WONDERFUL REMEDY wn diachr-
T cred and introduced about twenty yell"
ago by Dr. S. Cheopsua, In} eminenl Egyptian
phiacian. . 6
He had longseen and felt the want of some
remedy which would strilge M the run of dia
eaae, and no prevent much of the suffering
which thehumnb inmilywas then compelled to
e’udure.
The great question we: presented to his
mind every day in vivid colors as hemoved n
mong the sick and dying, and observed the in
efficiency of nearly all the remedies then in
use. Thus he was lead to think and experi
ment; and after ten years of study and labor.
he presented to his fellow man ‘the wonderful
Zingnri Bitters. The ed‘tct of this'prepnretion
in the prevention and cure of dileuse, wee no
marvellous and astonishing, that the most
flattering marks of royal favor were bestowed
upon him who discovered it. His name was
placed upon the Roll of Nobles, Ind ngold
medal with the following inscription—Dr. S.
Cheopsns, the Public Benefnctor—wu pre
sented to him by the Viceroy.
The preparation hes been used in several
cpidemiceof cholera, both as a preventive and
curative measure, and with such great success
that it has been introduced into nearly all the
genernl hospitals ofthe.old world.
The old saying that nn ounce oi prevention
is worth a pound of cure, applies with mer
vellons force to cholera. and therefore luy
remedy that will protect us against this terri
ble disease should be freely'nnd persistently
need.
All pathologists now agree that the cholera:
poison acts on the system through: the blood,
and that any combinatihn which note on
the excretory organs, and keep: them’in work
ing order, must prevent a sntficient accumu
lation of the poison to exert its terrible etl'ectl
on the organism. This is true not only of
cholem, but at nearly all other melodiel, upe
cially the different forms of fevers.
The Ziugari Bitters isjtist such a remedy u
the above conditions require. It nuts on the
organs 0! excretion and secretion, keeping np
a perfect balance between them. This Bitters
is composed entirely of roots and herbs, so
nicely concocted that every organ la acted
upon and put in tone. Ite taste is pleasant
and its efiecte prompt and lasting.
Numerous cases' at the fo'lowrng diseues
have been cured by it: Cholera, Diarrhoea,
Typhoid end Typhu: Fever, Fever, Agna, Ner
vous chility, Anaemia, Female Irregulartiel,
Dyspepsia. Flotulency, Colic, Scrofuio, to.
Price, one dollar per qnnrt bottle.
Principal Depot at the Welnut itreet Wharf,
Harrisburg, Po.
Soldby Druggiste, Hotel-keepers it Grocers.
F. RATHER,
Sole Proprietor.
‘fi-For sole by Wm. J. Martin, sole Agent
for Gettysburg. -
April 16,1866. 1y
628. Hoop Skirts. 628.
OPKIN‘S “ OWN MAKE," Manufactured
and Sold, Wholesale and Retail, No. 6'28
Arch Street, Phllndelphio.—The most com
plete assortment of Ladies’, Misaea’ and Chil
dren’s HOOP SKIRTS, in this City ; gotten up
expresniy to meet the runs of nun-cuss
Tuna; embracing the newest and most desira
ble St} [es and Sizes of “Gore Trails," of every
length—from 2} to 4 yds. round—2o to 56
Springs, at $2 to $5 00. ‘ Plain Skirts, all
lengths, from AM 3 yards round the bottom,
at $1 40 to $3 16.
Our line of .\liesea’ and Children's SKIRTS,
are proverbially beyond all competition, {or
variety of styles and sizes—u well as for finish
and durability; varying from 8 to 33 inches
in length, 6 to 45 Spring: at 35 cents to $2 25.
All Skirts of “OUR OWN MAKE,” are War
ranted to give satisfaction; but buy none as
such, unless they have, f‘Hopkin’s Hoop Skirt
Manufactory, No. 828 Arch Street," Stamped
on each Tabl, ,
Also, constantly on hand, GOOD Sun-rs,
Manufactured in New York, and the Eastern
States, which we sell at very low Prices. A
lot of cheap Skirts—ls springs, 85 cegu; 20
springsfsl 00—25 apriugs,sl 16—.305pringg,
$1 25 and 40 springs $1 60. ,
kSkirta made to Order and Repaired.
fink“: CASH. 0n Pawn Om.“
March Mass. 4111
Che -- 3 Tobacco“
“ fELSH, DELLI 'E t 00., at Hanover,
Pm. continue If. manufacture of the
ditferent kinda of CHEWL ~ TOBACCOS, on
elm-gs unle. Theirfncilities rmnnulnctnr
ing Ire ample, and with the on men Lent,
and best and moat experienced work n n, they
cannot fail to turn out Tobaccos of flu mou
desirable and popular grades. -
Orders from ndisunce solicited, and prompt
ly attended to. The merchants of Aden“
county cannot do better than by buying Mm
Welsh, Dellone & Co.,‘nt Hanover-
Am! 33,3993.”
Howard Association,
HILA‘DELPHIA, PA.—Diseaaea of the
P Urinary and Sexual Systems—new and
reliable treatment. Allo the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Essay of Waning and Instruction,
sent in sealed envelopés, free of cbnrge. Ad
dresl Dr. “J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, How‘rd
Association, No. 2, South mam Street, Phila
delphia, Pn. [oa. 2, 1865. 1L
1866. Philadelphia 1866.
W A L L P A P s R s.
HOWELL k BOURKE,
Mlnufncturers of pawn HANGINGS and
WINDO SHADES,
Comer FOURTsI & MARKET Streets, -
PHILADELPHIA.’
N. B. Always in More, a large stock of
LINEN & 01L SHADES.
March 5,1866. 3n
NSURE AG_ ‘5l ACCIDENTS in the
TRAVEL“! ~ INSURANCE COKPANY
ot. imm-pop. It. hu updd-xp «pm! of
wt. million, 1* I pill: surplus on"; ,g
mm M dwwlM- ‘ ‘
.. .Y... ,i. m _ , ’
some (:an
;N THE CITY 0? HIV YORK,‘ * ,
I highly respectshle cltisen, weilklo" to
the Mercantile community. 3
DB. JRE. scant I.
run an" [.qu nooro: or muslin".
Omce N. Y. snd Gsleno Lend Co.,
No. 28 Nsusu St., N. Y., June i, ’O3- }
Dr. J. H. Behenck—Desr Sim—For over
fifteen yemi hue been troubled with I see
vere cough, and usually two or three times}
yes: with more or lels hemorrhage, which to
gether, (or thelut few years, has kept me thin
in flesh and too weak to do business of my
kind without Inflerinx. in August int I bed
is very severe hemorrhage, and. according to
Mjudgment old good New York phyelelnn, i
l was classed as beyond the ranch of medicine,
and was advised to be prepared, so hr as
property mutters were concerned, to leave this
world at short notice. The physician and
my good friends) said thst the Srst celdl it
must prove fetal. Early in honey i took s.
severe cold, and fortunately wolf occupying
rooms at No. 32 BOND STREET, directly over
your ofiice. ”i think about '.he l6th of Jenner-y
1 procured a bottle of you: Pulmonio Syrup
end eommenced taking it freely. My feet and
limbs were very much swollen, and All the.
symptoms of e speedy desth seemed to locom
puny my cold. I sent tor my former physician,
and stated to him that l was taking your medi
clues, and utter showing them to him, I“
hnviug tasted of them, he, he replied: “You
can inke them if you like, they will do you no
harm." He said: “You le'now whnt i to“
you lust summer, and l snytho some now, if
you have my business to close up, do not put
itofl.“ He snid to other friefids that he.“could
see no hope {or me,” and my‘ friends and rein—
tions concluded my time had come. At this
time i wns tnking freely of your medicine,hut
had not seen you. The doctor called n few
times, and lound me (much to his surprise, he
said,) improving, and he could not understand
why. My faith was increasing in your medi
cincl, andi had it wish to hnve you examine
my case, and see what you hnd to my. When
you first. came to my room and made the ex
nminntion, you gave me but little encourages
ment, buton the controry,expiessed sod doubts
of my ever being helped out of my than seem
ing ditficullles. The second time that you
called; finding me still gaining, you gnve me
encouragement, saying, ‘tmy symptoms wero
, improving; the Pulmonie Syrup, Sea-weed
‘Tonic and Mandrake Pills hod acted like A
chermz" My circulation, my cough, my appe
tite, nil begun to improve, and i could walk
about my room s little. You visited me
nesriy every Tuesday, sud found me improv
ing, end told me not to go out o! my room un
til the first diiy of May. I took no cold while
under your treatment, my appetite hecsnio
first-rate, and you told me to out everything i
wished of n nutritious nature, nod to exercise
about the room As much as possible. i lul
lowed your advice, and to the surprise of my
old physician and frien-ls,i seem much better
than i have been {or several years, and breathe
better than i ever expected A person could with
one long, the left being completely dried up.
I feel very grateful to yon,jn.d consider your
advice and medicines invaluable.
Yours, truly,
Dr. Schenek—aDenr Sin—About two years
ego I was taken with a very troublesome cough
and 3 pain in my breast ; eeven or eight menthe
passed ewny_ without my doing anything ior
myself. Thenl applieo to I physician, who
attended one for about three months without
rendering the any service. I ello obtained the
novice and treatment ofn physician in one of
our hospitals, and also haul the advice and
treatment oi two other phyeicieus, but all to no
purpose. During this long space of time I
was nearly deed; eererul times my iriende
came to see me and witness my exit into lhe
spirit-world. Imus confined to my bed two
months at one time. lily breathing Wu! eh
ceediugly short. I_ gave up several times all
hope ofgettiug better; and ae regerded getting
well, that was entirely out of the question.»-
And to think this day i am well and hearty!—
I w.” advised by some of my friends to try Dr.
Schenck's Medicines. I nocordingly bonglit
bottle ni‘ter bottle, until i reached the ninth ;
then! found I decided change in my cough
for the better. isulrered severely tram palpi.
Lotion of the hurt, and two wet-ks after 1
command tnking your medicine this diiflcui.
ty sensed.
When [first went to Dr. Srhenck’s office it
was with difficulty that [could get up into his
reception room, l mu so wenk and so HWL‘llEd ;
my skin was so nllow as though I had the
jaundice; I felt dull, heavy and sleepless. Dr.
Schenck, nfter'exnminlng me, snid both my
lungs were alfeeted, and gave me but little
hope; but his medicines, in about two weeks,‘
took right hold ofme; it seemed to no right
through my whole system. The Pulmonio
Syrup. Sen-wetd Tonic and Mandrake Pills,
all took right hold in the’right place. The
Pills brought lway grent quantities of bile
and slime; tho Syrup loosened the matter in
my lungs, which come all very free; the Sus-
Weed Tonic gave me an appetite, and every
thing seemed to taste good.
To 'show what great power the medicines
have in purifying my ay:stem,nnd to show how
had [was diseased, beside all the bile thut
passed my bowels, and the great quantities of
phlegm and matter I expeetornted. I broke
;out all over In large boils, that would continue
3 to gather and run for about six weeks, and l
i had at one time over twenty-five boils. lhnre
nothing ofthe kind now,and leel like another
person altogether. I can safely say thnt l
‘ line not enjoyed such health lor five years as
‘ l do uow,nnd cannot praise you and your
med' 'lnes enough. May God abundantly
Hashim preserve you, is the sincere desire of
one is 0 has been so wanderfully relieved
through your ngency‘, nnd‘ilmny one desires
1 to know with regard to the truthfulness at this
report, if they willcnll upon nny of my blinds,
or upon me, No. 4 Dryden l’lnce, near Thomp‘
son street, below Cadwnlsdcr, Philadelphia,
they will be perfectly sntisfied with the valid
, ity of the case. Yours, with much respect,
MARY SCBNMDT.
I The above case, as described, is perfectly
correct. I know it to be true. Yours.
’l‘. B. MILLER,
‘ Pastor of Hancock H. E. Church.
,Dr. Schenck will be professionally at his
‘ principal office, No. If) North Sixth street,
corner of Commence, Philadelphia, every Sul
uadny, from 9 A. 3!. until 4 P. 1L; No. 32 Bond
street, New York, every Tuesday, from 9 to 3 ;
No. 38 Summer street, Boston, 31:136., every
Wednesday, from 9 to 3; and every‘otber Fri.
day at 108 Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md.-
All udvlce free, but for a thorough examine!
tion of the lungs with his Reapirometer, $llO
charge ll three dollars.
Price of the I’ulmonic Syrup nnd Seaweed
onc'l‘,l each s'. 50 per bottle, or $7 50 {er
half dozen. Mandrake Pills, 25 cents per b x.
For sale by all Druggim and Dealers.
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