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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

: A EKESH SIJFWLY! rriHE. undersigned has just returned from X ib« City with a large supply of FRESH GOODS, which he is prepared to sell at prices which' cannol be beat. His stock consists of tlKOC ERIKS, nfall,!(inds, Sugars, Molasses, CorTees .Teas, Fish, Salt, Crackers, Cheese, Pickled CucumberSj &c. Also, Fruits and Confections * » Oranges, Lemons, Pigs, Raisins, Prunes,&Ci —Also, Powder,- ShM, Tobacco, Segars, Gail's, celebrated German Smoking Tobacco * and a variety of other articles—Also, a ftrstr.i to assort men: at tlie best qualities of LIQUORS. Wines ano Brandies, of ' different kind's, N. K. Ruin, Holland (Jin, Old Rye, &c —all t>f which can be had on llie lowest terms at the Store of the subscriber, in South Baltimore street, next door to the "Star" office. . .(j^r Also, always on hand a variety of. Stone Juts, &e.—Give us a call. EMANflEL ZIEGLER. Gettysburg, IVlay 15, 1854. ——Cheap Watches & Jewelry, "TTTFIOLKSALB &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

WATCHES, JNVELKY, SilVKi'W ftre fir Ffttiri/ Goofffi. |®~A Choice Assortment of the Finest Qual-. ' ity, for Sale at .the Lowest Cash Prices, at Wm. B. liltonhead's, •' NO. i84~SQUTH SECOND STREET, Between Pine and Union, West side, 1'hilad'a. rilHR assortment embraces a Large and 6' e--JL led at'>ckj>f Fine Walthex ^ Jexittlty, Silver Ware, Jilbnta Ware, plated with fine 6'1/rer, in Spnnru, Forks,' Ladles, $rc.—Jet Goods, F.ms and Funcy Articles of a superior ' quality, deserving the examination of those who desire to procure the beslgmtds at the Lnwesl Cash Prices. Having a practical /enow-ledge of the business, and all available facilities for Importing and Manufacturing, the subscriber confidently invites purchaser*; believing that he can supply them on. terms as favorable as aay-oilier ^8iabtislmiftntr4n-ei4her-of4he-Atkwtie 4''nies, O^rAII kinda of Diamond and Pearl Jevvelty and Silver Ware manufactured to order, within a reasonable time. ' <¦ .., ' (£7-...

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

1>O YOtT WAKT A WELL MADE AND CHEAP - f1|nTU T !1'fW SUIT OF WISTER CL09KS ? HTF so, yon can be accommodated by calling _L on MARCUS SAMSON, who ha* just opened and is row setting rapidly at his Store in- , -York street, opposite the Bank, a very l.rrge, choice and cheap assortment of Fall and Winter Goods to . which he invites the attec'ionof the public. They have been selected with great care in the Kastelrn cities, have been bought cheap for o;*sh, and will be told cheap for cash—cheaper than at any other establishment in Gettysburg. Mis Stock consists in part of BJack, Blue, Olive and Green CLOTH COATS, with frxick, dress and sack coats; also Tweed, < Cashmere, and Italian cloth ; also a large^tock of.OVER COATS, which can't be beat m variety, quality or price, out of the cities; also a -v ery superior stock of PANTALOONS, con-Mstinfj in part of excel'ent and well made l'rench Black Doe-skin Cassimere, F»ncy <'aflsimeie, Satinetts, Velvets, Cord, Linen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

r *Tt;rE ~ S'rUTJY~TO ~FVEJi$E" For tho Fall and Winter Campnign o( 1854-55 . HATS '¦%' CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES. THB subscriber invites the attention of the citizens of Adams county, to his large and-splendid stock of . ¦ SILK, WOOL AND FUR HATS, varying in prfce from 25 cents to 64; Fur, Plush, Cloth, and Glazed Caps, from 12 J to $-3.50; COARSE& FINE BOOTS, (>^n '« and Hoys') from SI to S5 ; Buffalo and Gum Overshoes, Gentlemen 's and Ladies' sizes; 'SHOES,. comprising every variety of Gentlemen's, Boys', Yo ' nth's 'fLadies' and Misses' Shoes, of Country. City find Eastern manufacture, which he offers for sale on the " rfinsl reasonable ternis "fnT(Tasli, or on the uhiial eredtt-ttr undoubted prompt paying CDSton.ers. — Peel if" 1 t>rHteful for the many f.ivors alrendy bestowed by liis friends, Iib slilK hopen to share their patronage by ' unremitting attention 10 their calls. KELLER KURTZ. U@**The subscriber's connection with the Book and Stationery b...

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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

LOST/ i SMALL D AGU KIIEOTYPE Likened 1/jL of-Mrs. W.YMPi.ER, deceased. The porsdii having it in possession will be liber.illy rewarded by sending it to the undersi«ned. Oet.'J3. . GKO. WAMPLER. ' IIAY VV ANTED. IJEH SONS li;;viitg H-.iy to seil.willdo well by calling on tho subscriber, in Guttysliurg, who it> desirous of purchasing. The hig hfst-markrt prico will Iip paid at all times. lt^7~As he intern!-; having the Hay, after heiii' j (taeked, hauled eilhtx- to Hanover or liriiiiiuore, the preference to haul will be. given to those I ' rom whom he may j>nrchase. . .SOLOMON POWERS. Doc. 6. l>i - ) '2. tf * — V^ODA , S,,._r;ir and Water C R \T K llltS, VJ (linger Nuts. Sc-ilrh and Jaw// l. ' r.ni (' .ikes, (a new arliele, rmd tint to he heat.) U>( Bale, ctie.ip, l>v t!if j>oiiii(I or !i-s->, at April 01. " < ;ILL!-:SP1E*S. Jtslji's* BJr.rs.s {; <);>;2s. of erery »:yte. lJ Mk Aipacc.i i ' orl-J ^ cents; (' - ....

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

2000 LADIES A RE willing to certify that the HATHAil WAY COOKING STOVE is tho very best Stove now io use, inasmuch as they will do more Cooking, Roasting and Baking, and do it with less limor, and lust as longagnin as any other stwve now sold. These celebrated sttrv &r-,uresx) nstuirtl y—kepPfoir-sate-aMF^very reduced price,-at the - G3ttysburgFoun3ry& Machine Shop where thft subscribers, feeling determined to suit nil persons ^ havealso the Parlor, Sexton's Baltimore Air-tight. Peakskell, and Cabinch Cook Stove, and Air-ti^ht and Ten plate Par loi .Stovps, of the most beautiful patterns. Tl&c Siiylar l*luugli«i, which cannot be surpassed for lightness of ( Irau»lit, or in the character of their work, are constantly on band for sate, and in view o! the fact that the Mouidboard of these! Ploughs is one fourth heavier than that-of other ploughs, it is decidedly tlie cheapest tliatcan l>e obtainfd. rjO-VVITlTEROW PLOUGHS and others, OrtsVmgs for the W...

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

THE WAR GOING ON! rpHE " within' Europe is largely engrossing X public attention, and prices .generally are going 1 up. But the undersigned wooTti sug!;r3t to his customers and everybody else tlr.-.i lie iiai just returned from the city, wiili the dieapett and best Block of _ WMMM% fmri ?9' rTuU, Confectionary,, Pancy Soaps, &c, iii" has ever before offered. Call and judge f'.ir yourselves, and if you do not pronounce liin goods among the cheapest and best you have-ever looked at, then is he greatly mislH j^ l V His 81 °ck coinprisi-,in part. Coffees, .Suffars, Teas, Chocolates, Syrups, Molasses. Crackers, Oranges, Lemon*. Almonds, Palm Nuts' , PeaNuU, English Walnuts, Filberts; <- mife*5tionary, of a handrail uorts: Pepper. Cinnamon, Cloves, ijoda Saleraius, WasliTii-^ Npd.u a large variety of Fancy Soaps, and cvc'ryihing else in his line. or 0^7-Cash Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods. The Flour and Fec^bisine* is continued. Highest market pn<-...

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST r f"^HE undersigned has just returned from JL- Philadelphia with a largeand fashionable which he wil! dispose of at VERY REDUCED PRICES to all who may favor him with a call. His assortment consists of the following: ' " • Shawls," » r Flannels, Plaid Silks,- Muslins ^ F. Merinoes, Linen, M. Delaines, Blankets, Wool Plaids, Quilts, Dcbeges, Cloths, Cashmeres, Cassinets, Persian Cloths, Satinets, Calicoes, Collars, Ginghams, Handkerchiefs. Ribbons, Yeiis, &.c—--Also, a lot of Grocflrrea aod Qneensware, which were bought low anrf wMl be sold low for Cash or country produce-. To punctual customers a credit of six months. J. S. GRAMMER. October 1G. 1854. tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

Jljf Mnnmn's ftim i HCIiLC7rAY s S P1L1S. To the Citizens of the United States r I MOST humbly and sincerely thankyoo foe the immense patronage which yoa havebestowed upon my Pills.. I take this opportnnity of stating that my Ancestors were all American Citizei 9, and that I entertain for ali lbnt concerns AmeEicaand the Americans, tho most lively sympathies, so much so that I orU ginnlly compouuded these Pills expressly to. suit your eluuate, habits, constitutions, and manner of living, intending to establish my self among you, which 1 have now done, by taking premises in N«-w Y»jI; . THOMAS HOLLOW AY, 38, Corner of .inn and Nrmnu Sis., New York PURIFIXATIONv^kf 1 THE BLOOD, AND LIVKK AND BILIOUS COM FLAUNTS. The TfLtiaeri3 of the Unioa sufferiouah front d-isorders of ih« Liver and Stomach, scarcely any axe free firora these destnucttie ajaladie8>. henre life wears fast. The'farr sex, perhapa the iaost handsome in the worW, up to a certain period, when, distressin g -to ...

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Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

NARDWARB. A LARGE addition to our stock of BarJ-_£Jtr~ware,—Carriage—Trimmingsy-&c/; ,—-haa been made, and those in want of any article in that line, should not fail to examine our stoefc. We pledge ourselves to sell cheaper than .the cheapest. Come to FAHNESTOCKS'. October 16. 1854. - 3&333QB9? WmiS* 280 Market street, above Bth, Philadelphia. €. I. Bush & Bro., Proprietors. I^HIS House has a central location, on one of th« princjparthotonghftires of thecity. No effort spared to make vUiters comfortable. $1,00 per day. June 12, 1851. ly N>. 240 Pratt Street, Baltimore ISRAEL KNODE, Proprietor. JOHN G. KNODE, Superintendent. May 8, 1854. ly

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Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

THIS WAY. IF YOU WJINT A VEHICLE THAT Ctl'TBEBEAT! 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, m Washington street, half a square from Chambershurg street, where he is prepared to manufacture to order, at short notice, Carriages, Rockaways, Baggies, SULKIES, JERSEYS, &c. He flatters himself that his work 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 best materials. His prices are moderate. 8£g"-REPAlRING done at short notice. Country produce taken for anything in his line. J. BARRETT. Gettysburg, March 13, 1854. tf

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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

Hanover Branch Rail Road. CII.INGK OF HOURS. riTRAlNS over the Hanover Branch; road I now run as follows : 1st Train will leave Hanoverat 9.15 A. M., with Passengers for York, Harrisburg, Columbia and Philadelphia, and return to Hanover with Passengers from Baltimore at 12 M. This Train connects also with llie E^prpss for Baltimore, arriving there at 1 P. M., stopping at Glenrock, Parkton and Cockeysville . •Jd Twin will leave Hanover at . *2.15 P. 1\I. with P.isiengers for Balliinnre, arriving there at 6.30 ; ami return immediately with Passcngt»rs from York,'&c, at 5.45 P. M. 3d Train will leave llnnoverat 4 3-4 P. M. with Passengers for York; 'and return with Passengers from Baltimore at S P.M. The Monday morning extra train will leave for Baltimore at 5.30; return nt 7, A. M. ED W A R1) E. V O VN G, J^enl. Hanover, Oct. 1G.1351. fectuaHy remedied by continuall y keeping theblood pure " , and' the Liver and Stomach in a. healthy aeliun, when life will flow smoothl...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

street, (lormerly IfuRliiuiruam s%; where lie lias, on hand, and will manufacture to order, Rockaway and Boat-body CarriageSj BIJUfJIUS.JliKSKV W.-l(;ONS,iSsc, all of the best mn:eria!s, and by the heat of workmen. Call and jiftlsje for yourselves. LEONARD STOUGH. Gettysburg, April «, 18-16. DAILY LINEr F A It K R E O V C E D ! r HTJE siibscribprsannounce to the travelling JL pub 1 ur thai they are now running n DAILY LIN E O F S T A G E S , between Gettysbuijj and (/hamhersl>ur!>, leaving C-Jettysbiirji at 7 o'clock, A. M., and returning by 7 o'clock, P. M., of same day. Fare each way §1.50. Stn"e ()ilice in (.tettysbnrjr, nt the "E:i<rle H oteI." G E11R, 1"ATE & CO. Aug. Hi, 1852.

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

devote my whole time to-my Store._aird keep a large assortment of HATS and SIIOKS, anil sell them us cheap as anybody «l.«e cun, for Cash or its equivalent, |i;iyment 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 <<e!l Goods on better terms. Come and see the (iouds and judge for yourselves. Gentlemen's and Ladies' Gaiters, Buskins, Jenny Kinds, Oxford Ties, &c, and Children's Shoes, always on ¦hand. Boots and Shoes made to order* whenever required. i'hiladelp hia make of Silk Hats, Citizens', Cuban, Know Nuiliing, Wide Awake, Kosstiih, and old men's Fur and Wool Huts, together with men's, boys* * and children's Mats and Caps, of all kinds and sixes. W. W. PAXTON. : Gettysburg, October 16,-185-1.

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

JJlSiltCl. . . .{fcJ-The Reports, as above, have just been publised, in handsome style, and the subsoriner trusts will meet the approvaUof Teachers and School ^Directors. _ ^_ J J^ELLER KURTZ. November 13,1854. : , . _^__J.. ¦ -"T——*- ¦...-— ¦¦¦¦ ., , ¦ ¦¦ ¦ — The llew Cemetery. TIIHE 8nbscrih«>r takes this' method of re» X spectfully informing those persons who intend removing the remains of their dead from present locations to Ever Green Cemetery, that lie will undertake snch removals at moderate charges, and feels confident that he will meet the satisfaction of all who may emp loyhim. He has a vehicle for the conveyance of bodies and tomb stones—and can bo found either at Powers's Granite Yard oral his residence, in Breckenridge street. A..W. FLKMMJNG. November 27, 1854.

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

" WtIG3S- fQ T«CHlirs, VpHK junction of TVaclwrs'is directed to i >he S(!ih sVctiori ofUhe new School L»w. ^icl* reads «b follows :—'It shall b^ the duty «.|f^ery Teacher employed under ihe juovittH>ii< ; of thW Act, in make out and fil« with the Bnard of Dimciors or Controllers of the Disiricl, at the end of each month, a Report, setting forth the whole number of pupils attendischool during tlia month, desigiraiiisg ng whether male or female, the number of day3 each attended, »he books used and branches taught; and until stich Report shall have been made, it shall not be lawtul for the Board of Directors to pay such Teacher for his or her services. The Reports made in pursuance of the foregoing provisions, shall be regular!V filed by the Secretary of the Board of Directors or Controllers, and shall at all times he subject to the inspection of erery citizen of the

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

LET THE FACTS BE KNOWN 1 rjhHAT ABRAM ARNOLD has just re-X turned from the Eastern cities, with the laVgiest and best selected stock of goods for Men and Boys' wear ever before oftered,which he is new making up, at the Old Stand, where tieJiivilas all who wish to purchase CLOTHING, made of . 'Cg>CS>CE> (£L S>£2eCVil(3&33f»a >3i.a 9 mid by good workmen, to call and examine his.stock before purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined to,undersell any clothing Store of Slop Shop in the town or country. Having secured the services of one of the best CUTTERS in the country, ne is prepared to'make up clothing at the shortest notice and in :he best style. His motto is Quick Sales ;mrf Small Profits. Octobers, 1854. tf

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

DAVID WILLS, Attorney at LaWj TT'AS-takrn Mr. Stevenson's otlice, North £ J_ U'e.-.t ('orner of t.'entre Square. li-t ' t-.renee. — Lion. TujddtrusQ&levens, Lan-ClMrT. Get:vshnrrr, Jmunrv C. 1^51. / 1 viwrvivs an«5 ({;ii>eii*j\vare.— i % .I. S. GRAMMER defies the ti.vvn ^ oi cuiniiy t<> jiroduci- cliiMperand better liriScpTirs ai'il Qietn^ ware ilidii !:e (• > now selling. Sugar dt ' tir^i rate quality mid hard to l)e.it, fur i":,' y a J-'/i'n poundj and every tiling else in proportion. [April- 10. 4 10 ME ONE ! COME ALL !~ —To see those \ en^.ip < ii.iOiisJUtit received fiy -'Jet. -J. . A. ARNOLD.

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

A VALUABLE PARM, Conlaininsritlft'Acrcs, sitting in "Carroll's Upper Tract," Adams County, adjoining lands of Hugh Culbertson, Benjamin .Marshall and others. The improvement* cunsist of ' aeoitjforlable ' ¦ $$T& Dwelling House, $$$/ BANK BARN, and all necessary out bnikU infjs. Tiiere is an Orchard of select Frui* trees in finebeatiiiir crfndition on the Farm, and a due proportion of Timber. No,3: A TRACT OF WOODLAND, Containing 50 Acres, adjoining lands of Jrhn Flolir, John Mclntire, and others. It is ln-avrly timbered with Yclluw Poplar, Ruck Ouk, VVhite Oak, Chesnut, and othor valuahlf

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

I). M'CONAJJGHY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Oiiicc removed to one door West of Buehler's Drti£&Book-store, Chambersburg street,) Attorney & Solicitor Tor Patents and Pensions, BOUNTY Land Warrants, Back-Pay suspended Claims, and all oilier 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 in locating warrants in Iowa, Illinois, ami other Western States; and lands for sale there. O^j-Apply to him personally or by letter. Gettysburg, Nov. 21,1653. ly

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