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Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
NEW HARDWARE STORE. THB subscribers would! resoect.uJ.y an-• noonee to their friends and thepnblicthat O.py hare opened a NBW HARDWARE STORE, in Baltimore Street, adjoining the residence of Daoid Zjegler, Gettysburg, in which they are opening ¦ ¦ , i. LAROK AND OENeSAI. A-80RT41ENT OV HARDWARE, CUTLERY, COACH TRIMMINGS SPRINGS, AXLES, Gffi. "&- &VBI33_ )" tti - IB:IB-^rd ~ T^ Cc&ar-tparr, 01)0- Sftn&cnge Faint*, Oils, ana »ye.»tuff«, in general, including every description of art! cle« in the above lines of business, to which they invite the attention of Cbacb-jnalieM, Blacksmith!,' Carpenters, Cabinet-makers, Shoe-makers, Saddlers,, and the public gen-
Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
14* You Want » First-Rate CARRIAGE, GIVE US A CALL! THE undersigned would most respectfully inform (heir friends and the public generally, that.Uiey have entered into partnership for the purpose of pursuing the Carriage-making business, in all its various branches, and are located on Washington street, one lot south of .Ohambersburg street, Gettysburg, Pa.— They have on hand, and will constantly be prepared to put up, at short notice, Rockavvay & Boat-Body Carrlag-en, Cliarloteet*, Hnggi*sn, Square Carriage*, $rc. They feel safe in giving the assurance that their work cannot be surpassed by any other establishment in the p}ace t having' none but the best workmen emp loyed, and using none but the best materials. They invite calls from all who desire to purchase anything in (heir lino—their work and terms cannot but please. Repairing done, cheaply and expeditiously. Country produce taken in exchange for work. MICHAEL MISALS, B. G. HOLLEBAUGH. Sept. 26, 1853. ly
Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
A FRESH SUPPLY THE undersigned has jtisi returned from the City with a large supply of fRESH GOODS, which he is prepared to sell at prices which cannot be beat. His stock consists ol * <;roceri£s, of all kinds, Sugars, Molasses, Coffees, Teas, Pish, Salt, Crackers, Cheese, Pickled Cucumbers, &c. Also, Fruits and Confections, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisins, Prunes, &c. —Also, Powder, Shot, Tobacco, Segars, Gail'a celebrated German Smoking Tobacco, and a.variety of other articles—Also, a firstrate assoftiiieht of the best qualities of LIQUORS, Winee ana Brandies, of different kinds,N. K. Rom, Holland Gin, Old Rye, &c— all of which can be had on the lowest terms at the Store of the subscriber, in South Baltimore street, next door to the "Star" office. O^" 1 Also, always on hand a variety of Stone Jugs, &c.—Give us a call. KM AN IT EL ZIEGLER. Gettysburg, May 15, 1854.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
STAUFFB. Rm& HAHLliY. Cheap Watohes & Jewelry, ¦\TTHQLESALB & RETAIL,at the Phit-I T adelphia Watch and JewtJry Store, No. 96 North Second street, corner of Quarry, Philadelphia. GoM LerorWntchen.fallJowolod, 18carot ciwes, $28 00 Gold i-opino*, in carot, • • • - 2i 00 Silver Lover*, full jowulod, - . .12 00 Silter LoplDui, JcwuIb, . • « 9 00 Supnrior Quurtiors, • • • • 1 00 Gold tiractaclpa, . • • • • 7 00 Kina Silvar <to. . • , 1 50 Uo|i! HrncoleU, ... . . . S 00 Iditlv*' Gold I'enclU i • . .100 Silver Tb» 8po<mn, trat- • .6 00 Gold Ponii, with 1'tmcll and Sllfor U«W«r, • -2 00 Gold Finger Kings 37 j cents to $80; Watch Glasses, plain, 125 cents, patent 18J; Lnnei 25; other articles in proportion. All goods war* rauied to be whanhey are sold for. — . — STAUFFER& HARI.EY, Successors to O. Conrad. On hand, Rome Gold and Silver Levers and Lepjnes, siill lower than the above prices. August 29, 1853. ly
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
THIS WAY. JF TOV WANT A VEHICLE THAT , CAN'T BE BEAT I THE undersigned, having purchased the . Carriage-making establishment of Win, "Graham, respectfully informs the public generally that he will continue the said business at the old stand, in Washington afreet, half a square from Chambersbiirg street, where he is prepared to manufacture to order, at *h ort notice. Carriages, Rockawayg, Baggies, .-. SULKIES, JRftSEYS, &c He flatters himself thai Ma vi ork is a little ahead of any turned out by any other establishment in the place—having none but the best of workmen employed, and using none but the b«st materials. His prices are moderate. j®-REPAIRING done at short notice. ¦ Country produce taken for anything' in his Una. J. BARRETT. Gettysburg, March 13, 1854. tf
Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
PAPER-HANGINGS. WHOLESALE AND RETJIL. fl^HE subscribers are dally adding to ;heir ex-JL tensive assortment of Paper-Hang* lugs and Borders, some new and beautiful styles for their Spring sales, to which they «ak the attention of the tradeand the pubtic in general. The assortment embraces new DRAWING ROOiM DECORATIONS, in gold, plain and rich colors-; also, handsome designs for Passages, Dining Rooms, &c. Also, a inrge variety of common and medium quality Satin and Common Papers, of new and tasteful designs. fiteirOur city and country friends are invited to view the assortment, confident they will find . it tae largest in the city, and prices as low,a» we have greatly increased our facilities, by introducing many new improvements in our factory. HOWEKt ic BROTHERS, 30* Baltimore St., betweou CUurka aod Light SU. Ufay 8, 1854. ly
Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
1VEW STEAiU SAW XlUA,. 1*HE undersigned have in operation in . Goldsborough, York county, Pa., one of the largest and most complete Saw Mills in the country, and are prepared to cut to order, any siae, quantity and quality of WHITE PINE AND OAK LUMBER* and have it delivered at any point on the Baltl«iore " and"S«8(iueHanna" andflanover Branch Rait Roads. They have also on hand an assortment of White Pine >1 BOARDS A\» PI.AIVK, Hemlock Joists, Scantling and Fencing, Also Ash, from 14 to 4 inches thick; Shingles, Laths, Worked Flooring, and Weatheiboarding 1 , &c. &c. • '""" . fl^AU orders addressed to ~ " Small, ST3rnnfc ^ Cojri?orkT~PaM — will be promptly attended to. KILUA.V SMALL. WM. H. 8TAIH. June 19, 1864. &n
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! 4 8B.A*M. *. &KOLf* toa just returned A. (ram the City with th« taP gaU Cieapttt, and Bat Seteeted: Btocjk of Spring and Summer Good*, eve? tof«» offered to the town or country* cotti.Unfr. to part ol German, French and Dojneslie Cloths, Black & Fancy Cassi meres, Satin It ot&srVestinfs. Italian Cloths, Coats, GingJniBV, Tweeds, Ky^ Jeans, Barege De Laines, M. De Laines, Prints, Ginghams, and a great variety of Goods too numerous to mention. - Also, a larg» assortment of Bonnets, Parasof b, <feo. — ^•Call and see, a« I am determined to undersell any establishment in the Town or County. : April 3, 1854.
Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
SPOUTING! SPOUTING! fi EOUGE and Henry Wampler will make \JT House Spouting and put up the same low, for cash or country produce. Farmers and all others wishing their Houses, Barns, &c. spouted, would do well to give them a call. G. &. H. WAMPLER. April 18, 1853. LEATHER. FRITZ & HENDRY,\ STORK, 29 North 3rd Street, Philadelphia, Morocco Manufacturers, Curriers, Importer*, Commission and General Leather business,- Wholesale and Retail. JJ^*Manufaistory 15 Margareita street. August 29,1853. ly
Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
$$ft$ft*E)£12i}!M* THB subscriber, thankful for past favors, respectfully informs the public that be continues the Coach-making business, in all its variuuB branches, at his Old Stand, in York street, (formerly Buchinghatu's,) where he has on hand, and will manufacture to order, Rockaway and Boat-body Carriages, nuaums, jersey >vagoxs,&c, all of the best materials, and by the best of workmen. Call and judge for yourselves. LEONARD STOUGH. Gettysburg, April 6,1846. —
Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
OKOCERIES! GROCERIES WTTTiave justTeeetved-the-largest stock of GROCERIES ever oJTered in the county, comprising 25 Hhds ot prime SUGAR, 60 Uarrcls of best N. O. MOLASSES, <i Hhds of finest quality of SYRUP, torrether with a larpe assortment of COFFER, KICK,TOBACCO, &«:, to which we invite the attention of purchasers, either wholesale or retail. Now is your time for cheap and desirabie Groceries; the place to furnish them is FAHNBSTOCKS', May 15. - Sign of the JUd Front.
Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
(SuTBtocirhaving been selectedTwith great care and purchased for Cash, we guarantee (for the Ready .Money,) to~4ispose of any part oC it on as reasonable terms as they can be purchased any where. We particularly request a call from our friendt, and earnestly solicit a share of public favor, as we are determined to establish a char* actnr for selling Goods at low prices and doing business on fair principles. JOEL B. BANNERS DAVID ZIEGLER. Gettysburg, Juno 9,1851. tf
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854
£^4.JLare Chance, for Capitalists 1.^3 -^ vAl UA ° ti L E -MILLS AND FARMS ATTPUBLIC SALE. • *• " " ' . ' .. - TflHE ¦iuhsr ' rrrWs, Executors of WILLT.^M L LOUDDN, dece ' aU&J, will offer ai Public Sale, on the jffPmises first named, on Friday, the 20th dtt'f of SUfttember next, the followinu Real Es:attrof 4ffld deceased, viz: situatft in Liberty township,' Adams county, ¦ Pa,,-rtdjoininu: lands-of Gregorv P. Topper, Samuel McNay, the Company Mills, am! others; containing about 76 ACHES of Land, havini; thereon erected an entirely my aausff imlil, wiflr two-pair of Burrs and one, pair of,Chopping Stones, with room for another pair of IJurrs. The mac.hinerj' is all of the most ap---pfo-vpd liind t nnd ' t ' he Mill is cnlctiln 'tpd to'do a laroe business, which the nei<ihhor!iood»Hf' fords " . A good SAW MILL is attached. The improvements area large Two-Story .f ^-—-* ' JtKICKIIOETSK, Slftl Frame Back Building, Cooper Shop, ^^i^.. LOG BARN T , Wagon Shed, Corn Crib...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854
A VALUABLE FARM, AT PUBLIC SALE. IN pursuance of an Order oTthe Orphan's Court of Adams county, the subscriber, appointed Tiustee for the sale of the Real Estate of HENRY-MKA.LS, deceased, will offer at public sale, on the premises, on Saturday, the 30/A day of ' September next, the following valuable Heal Estate of said deceased, viz : A FARM, Containing 132 Acres, more or less, situate in Tyrone township, Adams co., adjoining lands of Jesse Group, John Ebert, Joseph O'ine and others; abeut 25 acres are ' Woodland, part chpsinut, and about '20 acre ' s AJgadow. The improvements are ' ^JfegzjL TWO ONE-AND-A-HALF STORY ^$?j TTijl " •^aTQQi D^r ff» , (one of them a double house,) a good Barn, Wagon Shed, and Corn Crib," Spring Hoifse, &<;. There is a never failing sprinj near ttie house, and water in nearly all the fields; an Excellent Api>I« Orcliarc * , and Peach, Pear, Plum and Cherry trees. The -land is under good fencing and excellent cultivation. Person...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854
The Democratic Party. Tho Democratic party has sometlung to do for the coming election ; ?n>re, perhaps, than ever before. Had wo only the old and well "known Whig parly, we would have readily ascertained what,4vnd— how^much we had to flfintentl against. . But unfortunately, not particularly for the- Democratic party, hut for individuals-, we are forced to make wnr against, not only the Whig party proper, but against a secret political Know Nothing society, tho members of which carry their certificates' of membership in their pocket-books. We have, in-the first place, io write in legible characters, the principles of, the Democratic party—characters so plain, thalHliosc who " run may read 1 '—principles, the duties'of which are political and religious freedom. With such a basis, it is very wwy to ascertain the style of ¦ the column to be 'thereon raised. It is Democracy ; and such Democracy as our fathers foughtTor and the present Democratic party sustain. Such principles...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854
Political,: Axkcdote of Lakaykttb.—During tlio revolutionary war, Gen. Lafnyette being in Baltimore, was invited to a ball. He went as requested, but insteadpfjoininginUienniu.sejnent, fis might beespfcted'ifTf a yotirig Frenchman of twenty, he addressed the ladies- thus: "Ladies, you are very handsome, you dance very pretty; your ball i.s very fine—but my soldiers huv.e no shirfx.". This "appeal was irresistible. That ball ceased : the ladies went home and went to work, and tho next day a large nuuihier of shirts were prepared by the fairest hands of Baltimore, for the gallant defenders of their country. I j ! j ! j | [ . ¦ ¦*, <: ; That young Frenchman, and the majority of his shirlless soldiers, who fought bravely—not for their own liberty, or the freedom of their native land, but—for the liberty which-Aiuer-•icans -now enjoy, were ftircigtifrx. But, in spite of all their self-sacriticing devotion to our cause, could these gallant foreigners revisit the scenes of their...