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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
^ ' p I j ; i j closed in t Repackage. Tlie accused: nad?excited fstfspicions against Mm by the elegant style ia I which he lived, little in accordance with tho j amount of salary received, and also by his de-I posits in the Savings' Bank, ameuntrng;to over-S3,000. He has been committed for trial. 1 j ( ( r ] c The Eighth of January Convention at Washington-.—The- veterans of the war of 1812; are alreadybeginning to get ready to meet at the seat of our federal government on. the 8ttfc of January. As the convention will doubtles* be numerously attended, it will be necessary for the railroad companies to make the usual arrangements as at the inauguration- of-tho Presidents of the United States, and issue excursion tickets for the delegates fiom all parts of t&e cottntry- . [J_5='It would be wise during, these times of magnificent bank failures to- refuse all suspicious paper-money. The failures are so numerous in the West and East that we cannot pretend to even give a re...
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
j Robbery ix the. Baltimore Post Ospicb-_xd Artiest.—We Tearri from the BflltMBore-Sun, that one ofthe oldest clerks i _ tna/Baltim ore Post Office has been detected in robbing themails. For some time past, a considerable, number of letters, containing cheeks and money, have been missing from the Baltimore Post. Office. In some instances, letters containing funds for the adjacent Post Offices in Maryland,. ; ; i j : j have never come to hand, whilst remittances for Baltimore have also failed to reach their destination. A speeial mail agentmade up a package and sent it off with a view of discovering the thief. He followed it from Baltimore, but i at the next Post Office discovered that the depr , redator was i_ Baltimore!* He returned:and arj rested Wm. II. Martin, the chief distributing •clerk, and found on him the money he had en¬
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
. ( , ' , ¦ i j Mysterious Disappearance.—The Harrisburg Union says: "One of the smartest tricks of the season was played last night. A fellow came to town who professed toperform a great many wonderful slight of hand tricks, and other things worth seeing. Wyeth's Hallwas procured for the performance, and well filled. ThefTfst wonderful trick was to be a ' mystenons disappearance,' and it was well performed, as when the hour arrived for the commencement, it was found the gentleman had 'mysteriously disappeared,' taking with him the proceeds, and leaving tlie anxious audience? minus their 'quarters'' "
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
: gation into the cause of the loss of the New Era, bv which over two hundred souls have been sent into eternity. There have been charges of gross misconduct/made against the officers, which, if they hare any foundation, would require an instigation. [£7*The Indianapolis papers state that a wagon . load of the notes of the stock bank? were returned one day last-weekupon the auditor of the State of Indiaua
Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
UEADY-MADE CLOTHING. George Arnold HAS now entered in 1 he Clothing business extensively, and has : EXPERIENCED WORKMEN in his.employment, constiintly cutting out nnd ; making up, out of bis own cloths, Orpr Coats. Dress Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Monkey Jackets, &r. &c. All kinds, of Clothing: made to order, on short notice. Constantly on hand and for sale : a great vnriety of Clothing, of his ow .n inauu-1 facturing, us cheap as the cheapest. Call and see. them. We cannot be beat. October 30, 1854. I fdll Drn ©oobs, full Stock. I^^ V^^-^^^N^^TLv-Fmrrt h and Ak-Ii J Sts., Philaiielphia, will bo able to offer j exira inducpinenls to Country Buyers this , Fall, as their Stock of Good-* will be very full, and bargains from the New York and Philadelphia Auctions, daily received. Full ~ ass ~ oftiiiefir~orilie following: ¦ ^ ~' SHAWLS, FLANNELS, , NEW SILK, MUSLINS, F. MERINOES, LINENS, WOOL PLAIDS, TABLECOVKRS, " M. De LA1NES, BLANKETS, CASHMERES, QUILTS, &c. O...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
! Suicide.—Mrs. Jenkins, says the Winchester Republican of the 24th ult.. the wife ol Jonathan Jenkins, who is absent in tho West, was so affected at reading the accounts of the recent railroad and steamboat disasters, that her mind became unsettled, and lejL-hcr to suppose that her husband was lost. Early on Friday morning last she quietly left the house, whilst all were asleep, and a few hours after , her lifeless body was found jn the mill-race 1 near by. Some years ago Mrs. Jenkins lost a ;. son .by an accidental death , and it is thought j that her mind never recovered from the shock then received. ' Sv ^It is estimated that 100,000 souls will \ hp nddpd to flip population of-Iowa this-year by immigration. [£7"At the Portsmouth (Va.) Navy Yard, 1,400 men are now busily at work. ffjJ9' Three children of Mrs. Brown, rpsid. ing in Pine street, St. Louis, Missouri, by a mos; remarl«ine^oTrrcWfnce7were scroi'ulous-Jy inclined, the eldest (Jane) most particularlyso, and the mother ...
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
DO YOU Wi\T A WELL MADE AND CHEAP SLIT OF WLVTEIICLOTHIM? IF so, yon can be accommodated by calling on MARCUS SAMSON, who has just opened arid is now selling rapidly at his Store in York street, opposite the Bank, a very large, choice nnd cheap assortment of Fall and Winter Goods, to which he invites the atter'ion of the public. They have been Delected with great csire in the Eastern cities, have been bought clmap for cnah,and will ' >e sold cheap for cash—cheaper than at any other calablitihment in Gettysburg. His stock consists in part of Black, Uluu, Olive and Green .CLOTH COATS, with frock, dress ami sack co.its; also Tweed, Cashmere, nnd Italian cloth"; also a large stock of OVER COATS, which cnn'i be teal in variety, quality or price, out of the cities; also a very superior stock ot PANTALOONS,consisting in part of *»xcel'ent and well made French Black Doe-skin Cassimere, Fancy OassimeiH, Saliiietts, Vi'lvers, Oord, Linen nnd Cottonade. The stock of VESTS compri...
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
A Great News Depot. At Mr. Ilolloway's establishment, near Temple Bar, there is the most extensive, the most complete,and the-most extraordinary collection of newspapers in the world. Mr. Holloway.it should be known, advertises his Pills and Ointment in about 2,000 Foreign newspapers, and in nearly every English paper. Probably the year of the Great Exhibition, and the calls of ioroigners from distant climes, first gave him " the idea of collecting the papers sent him; but, be this as it may, it is now carried out by his own private enterprise, in a ma-nner compared withwhich.thecoliectionof the British Museum is a mere ridiculous farce. In a suite of lofty apartments are the newspapers of every civilized country in the world properly and systematicall y arranged in convenient portfolios; and it ie'Slrattgerin London, whether from the United States. New Zealand, the Cape, Australia, China, Hindoostan, Persia, or elsewhere, may, by visiting Mr. Ilolloway's museum, at once become ...
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
The Faith of Know-Nothingism. An election for Trustees in one of the Methodist Churches of this city took place a few days since, at which was demonstrated the pernicious i nfluence of the Secret Order of Know-Nothings. Oue of the candidates was an estimable member of the Church, and among the most liberal in its connection in a pecuniary poinLof view; but he had the misfortune to be born abroad. If we mistake not, he held the official position in the Church at the time, for which he was again a candidate, and had given the highest satisfaction by his strict attention to its duties. Within the last year, however, the fell spirit of proscription had entered its congregation, and a determination was manifested to ndve him defeated. He was supported by the more intelligent and respectable portion of the membership, and would have been elected had it not been for the iasolent aud unwarrantable conduct of one of.Mayor Coxkad's Police Officers,w hobel ongs to-the-same^denom i n .-vtio...
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
MONEY LOST! IT is an ESTABLISHED FACT that many persons lost money by not purchasing Goods at the well known CHEAP STORK of Abram Arnold, at bis old stand, on the South East corner of the Diamond, where he is now receiving the cheapest, prettiest snd best selected Stock of . , Pall and Winter Goods, ®il5T_hj?foregoffered to the citizens of Adams county, consisting, in part, as follows : Black, Blue and Brown French Clolha, Fancy, Felt and BeavrrClothu forOver Coats, \Ne\vest Styles,) Black and Fancy Caaaimeres . Tweeds, Jeans, Cassinets, &c.&c, for .Men's wear, Silks, Mous de Laine, AJpacas, Mermoes, Plain and Fancy Sack FlannVls, also a beautiful assortment of Satins and Silks ^r-Jloiw^aT-fl^imel-^Wmrtr^mHr-jjrcat-ra?—riety of oih«r articles, all of w^ich the puhlio are respectfully requested to call and examino for theinaelves,lbnlieving that it is only necessary to see onrgoods, price them, and examine-, to induce persons to purchase. A large lot of Trunks also ...
Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
Fixed np in the New! Come and See U»! " RediTaiTfhis, and say whether it is not right, NEW STYI.B OF BUSINESS OW THE CASH PRINCIPI,K, "QUICK SALES AND SHOUT PHOFIT8 !" r|lll K subscriber has just returned " from the .L City with a vary large and fine assort* uient of Hats, Gaps, Boots and Shoes, of every description and fashion, whiclrlie will sell on good terms, for Cash or its equivalent. 1 have done a heavy Credit business for nearly 24 years, and the consequence has been a heavy loss on sales. I now intend to devote my whole time to my Store, and keep a large assortment of HATS and SHOES, arid sell them as cheap as any body else can, for Cash or its equivalent, payment, in a short time, and for Country Produce .punctually delivered when wanted—and entirely destroy the old habit of long credit. By this plan I can keep up my Stock, and sell Goods on better terms. Come and see the Guodsand judge for yourselves. —- Gentlemen's and Ladies' Gaiters, Buskins, Jenny hinds, Oxford ...
Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
^tiHHSE^h flEf^DB ^^ ^^ V^. For tho Fall and Winter Campaign of 1854-55. HATS * CAPS, MOOTS & SHOES. npHE subscriber invites the attention of the __L citizens of Adams -county, to his largo and splendid'stock of SILK, WOOL AND FUR HATS, varying in price from 25 cents to f 4; For, Plush, Cloth, and Glazed Caps, > from 12 j to $2.50 ; COARSE & FINE BOOTS, (Men's and Boys*) from $1 to $5 ; Buffalo and Gutn Overshoes, Gentlemen's and Ladies' sizos: ¦ SHOES, comprising every vtiricty or Gentlemen* * , Hoys', Youth's, Ladies' and Misses'Shoes, of Country, City and Eastern manufacture, which he offers for sale on the niosj reasonable terms for Cash, or on the usual credit to undoubted prompt paying customers. Feeling gralelu) for the many favors^!ready bestowed by his friem's, he still hopes to share their patronage by unremitting attention to llieir calls. KELLER KURTZ. Ifi^r-The subscrihor's connection with the Book and Stiiii'oiihry -business is still co...
Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
REMOVAL. I HAVE REMOVED from 122 West Lombard street to the new and .commodious Warehouse, No. 141 Went Pratt street, nor Light, opposite the Maltby House, and will continue my GENERAL -COMMISSION BUSINESS, for the is-tle of TOBACCO, GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE, of all kinds; and will attend to the execution of orders for purchasing. 1 shall continue my Cinano Aprency, having increased facilities for supplying the best article, as usual, at the government's lowest price—the ton of 22-10 lbs.—with a modpraie charge of commission for purchasing and forwarding. I am having manufactured Phosphate Of Lime, a superior article, which I will warrant.to be pure. I have connected with my business, and shall at all times be'supplied from the most celebrated manufactories in the Union, a !ar<re supply of Agricultural Implements of every description, warranted, to which I ask particularly the attention of Farmers and iIp.iItrs". Trusting, by strict alleniion to ali ' hiiMness confined to ...
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
The Way it Works. - Mr. Meachim. of Vermont , just elected.tc Congress, is a Congre gational, and Mr. fc>ahm Ins colleague.' is a Baptist Preacher. Mr. Knowlton. of Maine, is a Free Will Baptist, and Mr. Milliken a Universalist Preacher, ftev. John J. rearee, from this State, is o Methodist Preacher. Added to these we mighl say that the Kcv. Step hen Miller is an appli. cant to " Mr. Pollock for. Flour Inspector 61 Philadelphia, with good hopes of success; while the Rev. Tiffany, of Carlise College, is among the aspirants for United States Senator. Will any man tell us that Cleiicul gentlemen arc no aspirants for political honors? Do we rot find in these facts abundant proof wh y Preachers have lately espoused with so much zeal the cause of "Know Nothingism," "anti-Is 'ehraskaism ," and every other ism? Instead nf being «t home ntlending to the spiritiinl welfare of the people. and~battling againsttne onward inarch of infidelity, we find them hunting after seats in Congress...
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
]NW GOODS AGAIN S3EXGZ nAS just opened one of tho largest, prettiest anil chmpest stocks of FALL-& WINTER GOODS ever brought to Gettysburg, and ^ TiK invites the public to cbII, examine and judge for themselves—no trouble to show Goods. His new slock embraces a very large variety of Ii-Mlic*^ Dress Goods, such nB Silks, ' Titre Satins, Mous Delanes, Houib;i7.int's, French Mt'rinues, DeBanes, Alpacc:iR, Cobtirg Cloths, Ginghams ' , Calicoes, &c. &c. &c. Jn the line of Gcntleilieu ' g Wear, he has selected a choice lot, of all btylea and prices : Cloths, "Gas? mTfiresvVestiii^ar^iialinets, Kentucky Joans, &c. &c. Mm 8toek of FjiXWGOODS is also very fine, and too numerous to enumerate. Call and see. "Thankful forpnst favors, SOHICK solicits a continuance of public patronage. He will always endeavor to deserve it, by selling good Goods, at the lownst living prices. " Quick Sales and Small Profits," is his motto. October 23, 1854....
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
The New Cemetery. fl^HE subscriber takes this method of re-I spectfully informing those persons who intend removing the remains of their dead from present locations to Ever Green Cemetery, that he will undertake such removals at moderate charges, and feels confident that he will meet the satisfaction of all who may employ him. He has a vehicle for the conveyance of bodies and tomb stones—and can be found either at Powers's Granite Yard orat bis residence, in Breckenridge street. i A. W. FLEMMING. November 27. 1851. Administrator ' s Notice. ""JACOB SMYERS'S ESTATE.—Letters fj of administration on the estate of Jacob Smyers, late of Huntingdon township, Adams county, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, residing in the same township, he hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same to present them properly authenticated for settlement. WM. B. SMYERS, Jldm'r. November 13. 1854. 6t
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
buildinETS. There is a well of water near the door, and an ORCHARD of choice fruit, oI all kinds, on the " premises. There is a fair proportion of Meadow and TimHerland. Sfej^Attendanre will be given and terras made known on day ofsale.by . J. H. BOVVERS, _ ; ,-uos-i-vH-UO VV ERSr-Dec. 4, 1854, ' ^ Executors. & &U-S>-wJi I w " & h&S uv si i o NEW ESTABLISHMENT. . CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. npHE undersigned takes pleasure in inform-J^ ing—llie—citizens of Gettysburg and the public o-enerally, that he is prepared to furnish GARMENTS ol all kinds, for GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, at the shortest notice, and jn the latest possible style.— Having opened a Merchant Tailoring establishment, in 6hambersbtirg street, opposite the Lutheran church, and secured the services of experienced workmen, he feels confident of pleasing all who may fnvor him with their patronage. Country j-roduce taken in exchange for work. J. S. GRAMMER. December 4,1854.
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.-rriHE attention of Teachers is directed to JL the 36th section of the new School Law, which reads as follows :—'"It shall be the duly of every Teacher employed under the provisions of this Act, to make out and file with the Board of Directors or Controllers of the "District, at I he end of each month, a Report, setting forth the whole number oJ pupils attending school during tho month, designating whether male or female, the number of days each attflnded, the bonks used and branches taught;.aiid until such Report shall have been niiide. it shall not be lawlul for the Board of Directors to pay such Teacher for his or her services. The Reports madejn pursuance of the foregoing provisions, shall be regularly filed by the Secretary of the Board of Directors or Controllers, and shall at all times be subject to the inspection of every citizen of the District." • (]c5~Tlie Reports, as above, have just been publised, in handsome style,.and the subscritjcr trusts wi...
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
\\7" P nre p'eased to announce to our many T T frieno's and customers, that we are prepared to ofler the CHOICEST ASSORTMENT OF GOODS ever opened in the county. We have been enabled to purchase our Fall Stock at such prices as have never before been heard of, and we challenge, the comity to produce a larger & moregeneral assortment of Fall nnd Winter ftoods, - ' or at as low a price as we offer them :o the public. For quality and cheapness, we assert th.it our present stock cannot be equalled in the county, and to prove our assertion we invite the people to come and judge for themselves—confident that tlieir verdict-will sustain us in our efforts to furnish them with the WfpJtPF.X-T Ji\n URST GOODS. = Cobnrgs of all colors, French Merinos, cheaper than " ever known ; Debage Alpaccn, Mous Delaine, Cashmere, Alpacca, SJohatr Lustre^ Brocade, cheapest Black Silks ever offered, Ginghams, Chanibra Shawls, squn'e and long "Bny ~S tSfis BnfcheT Cusliinere; I>ress-'Frirri...
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854
LET THE FACTS BE KMOWM! rriHAT ABRAM ARNOLD has just re-X turned from the Eastern cities, with the largest and best selected stock of goods for Men and Boys' wear ever before offered,which he is new making »*p»-aub« Old Stand, wher* he invites all who wish to purchase CLOTHING, made ol and by good workmen, to call and examine : Jiis stock before purchasing elsewhere, as l»e is determined to undersell any clothing Store or Slop Shop in the town or country. Having secured the services of one of the best LU'VTERS in the country, lie is prepared : to mak« up clothing at the shortest notice and Mo :hw haftt-sty-1*. His motto—ig-Quicfc-SaJes—i and Small Profits. I October 2,1854. tf