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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
Amrrican Volunteers fob tiie-Russian Service.—Mr. Rosevelt, a lawyer of New York, who sailed in the Baltic last week, en route for St. Petersburg, it is said, is to be raised to a Generalship in the Russian army. Several other Americans, it is reported, went out in the Baltic to proceed to Russia. The N. Y. Sun says: "Mr. Rosevelt has been engaged for the last two months in sketching the plan and calcu¬ lating the costs of a campaign—all of which are reduced to paper, and capable of being rolled up into a compass sufficiently small to enable him to secrete it on his person without fear of detection. There are several persons of standing in this city who are familiar with the plans, having got their information from Mr. Rosevelt. They state that it is the intention of the Czar, in the spring, to open the campaign on the most formidable foundation, and to carry the war into Great Britaiu itself."
Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
ame county, on the premises, ¦CPQac^ JjPdDLOpaaa o of snid deceased, situate in the township nforpsaid, adjoining lands of John Budy, Melchor Wolf, John Bender, nnd others, contxining NINETY-EIGHT ACRES, more or lean.— - The improvements area Iwo-atory J^ij TU B.o^ I>weliiiig, HwHIIIB with a Stone Kitchen attached,a «W!s5RBBLog Bnrn, and all necessary outbuildings. There is-a well of water near- the door, and an ORCHARD of choice fruit, ol oil kinds, on the premises. There is a fair proportion of Meadow and TimHerland. 3£gf Attendance will he given and terms made known on day of sale by J. H. BOWERS. JOSIAH BUWERS, Dec. 4, 1854, , * • Executors.
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
T2I§ WAT^tfESS WiiT0 " UEW ESTABLISHMENT. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. THE undersigned fakes pleasure in informing the citizens ef Gettysburg and the public generally, that be is prepared to furnish GARMENTS ol all kinds, for GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, at the shortest police, and in the latest possible style. Having opened a Merchant Tailoring establishment, in Chambersburg street, opposite the Lutheran church, and secured the services of experienced workmen, he feels confident of pleasing all who may favor him with their patronage. Coontry produce taken in exchange Cor work. [ V J. S. GRAMMER. December 4,1854. •
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
A Good Family Horse for Sale. rriHK undersigned has for sale a good ^^r J^* JL FAMILY HOUSE—dark brown,/^ six years old next spring, -gentle, and sound as a dollar. For further information apply to Dec. 18. 3t J. L-LHOLTZ WORTH. NOW READY. KELL-ER ^ Ky.RTZ'S Holliday, Stock of Elegantly Illustrated ^ and Standard BOOKS, adapted for Christmas and New Year Presents, the Drawing-Room Table, &c, are now ready for examination. Also, CHILDREN'S BOOKS, in endless variety. Kurts's is a perfect storehouse of tlelij»h\ lr<r the little ones, where they can purchase from the simplest Toy Book up to the most expensive colored edition. [Dec. 18, 1854.
Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
open Iront; supported by cast iron pilasters, info which the shutters l\M. There is also a dry cellar under the whole store. The advantages, tlit) whole of ibis property possessea over all others of the kind in this city, are well known. Located in a square where them is a larger amount o£bjisjness done than in any other; commanding the travelling trade of the whole Nmthern portion of Frederick and Carroll counties, and the niljnining.entin* ties of Pennsylvania,and at ibis tinia doing a successful businese, which can be increased from twenty-five to fifty per cent., by u Bin«H additional investment. This Property being so well known 1 deem further comment unnecessary, as persons wishing to purchnsn can call nnd satisfy themselves of iu numerous advantage!).
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
dwmhm% , To Prevent Blor^ci* from running at Large. BE it ordained by the Town Council of the Borough of Gettysburg, and it is hereby ordained by authority of the same, that any person or persons permitingany Horse, Mare, Gelding, Colt, Mule, Jackass, or other bp.nHt of burden, to rniiat largfc upon any street, alley or public highway, in said Borough, nhall upon conviction thereof, forfeit and pay foi the use of the Borough n sum not lean than two doll.irs, for every such oiTence, besides codiu of prosecution. R. G. HARPER, Burgest. Attest—R. G. McCkkarv, Scc'y. Dec. 11,1851. 31
Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
REG [STEMS NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given to all Legatees and oilier persons concerned, that the jidniinis:rati(»n Accounts hereinafter ineniioiied will be presented at the Orph.m's Court of Adiiifis county, for confirmation and allowance. on Mond'ty, the. \Z>1h nf January next, viz : 1. The accuint of J.icub M.inkHy, Executor of the hist will aud le-luinent of Philip Se.hriver, deceased-; who was . Administrator of Wml HiirUell, deceased. ' ):•. ( . 2. The first and final accoilnt . of Georg* Chritzman, 4dmiuistrator of Henry Hoi linger, deceased. WM. F. WALTER, Register. Register's Office, Gelivsburg, ) December 18. 1851. t
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
MARRIED. On ToeMay evening last, bv the Rev. P. Anstajdt, Mr. WAYKRMHT ZIEULER to Miss ELIZA JANE, daughter ofEpliraitu Martin, all of this place. On tbe Slot irtst., t>r Itev. D. P. Rosenmiller, Mr, JOSEPH BOWEH3 to Miss SCSANXA, daughter or Jacob Harrier, both -of Adams" county.-On the 19th in-st., by tbe ReV. E. H. Hoffhieni. Mr. JAMES H. RfclGLE, of Latimore township, to Miss MARY HURTING, of Mountplensant township, Aduoscounty, P», DIED. On Tuesdav morning last, oearOracehtm ^ Md., Mrs. SUSAN BEITLER, wife of Sir. Samuel Beitler. (formerly of thin county.) aged 52 year* 3 month* and 27 d<ir». On Wednesday, tbe 13th iust.. at ^Prospect Hill," his residence, near Frederick, Md., Col. LEWIS KBMl ¥ ,inthe fSSthyear of hi«age. On Saturday morning, the 16th imt, in Hanover, CLARA ISATJELLtA, infant daughter ot Hey. J). I'. -UosenmiUer, aged 11 months and 7 days.
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
NOTICE TO HUNTERS. T HIS is to notify nil persons from trespassin:; on our premises, (being in Slrahan township,) by gunning or-otherwise. We therefore are determined to enforce the full extent of the law on all lhatdisregnrd this notice. ~nJnseph—Wibtei ; Jofrn-Herbrt , George Howard, Daniel Spangl^r, Peter ' I rustle, - Christian. Benner, William Spangler, Ephraim Deardorff, Daniel htallsmith, John M. Brinkerhoff, David S. Sheffer, Daniel Benner, Henry Monfort, Wm. fVible, John Wib/e, J. B. Leas, John Bender, Daniel Lady. Dec. 25, 1854. 3t
Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
. Also, ai tbe same time, that large ^?-^ Frame Dwelling*House, JHjjJ two stories and an attic, fiontinjr on West High Street, we_si_of_the_CalhoJic Wuircb,and nearly opposite ilie Associate Kef. Church, with Lot of Ground, and outbuildings attached, having an alley on the North. These properties will be sold upon accommodating lei ins, which will he made known on day of sale, and also to persons who may meanwhile enquire, by D. McCO\AUGHY, Attorney in fact for Dr. D. Gilbert. December 18, 1854. ts
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
1jj ~ HoLi.ow.jT.'sJEir.LS, a certain core for der»ngenient» of the Stomach and Boirels, Lirer Complaints, Lou of Arl«tite and ISiliuu.i Disorder*.—These IMltx-have a wonacrfui effect upon a dixirganized «vst«ru immedutelv u|>ou tbo flaid«j thus the moxt impare blood becomes totally changed. Persons who use, them for a few weeks caoout fait to meet vith a care of any of tho above case*, and those vhu ntay be unfortunatelj affected with disagreeable or offensive breath, cannot do better than avail themselves of these Invaluable I'ills.
Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
PUBLIC SALE ON Saturday, the 30/A (/ December instant, at 1 o'clock, P. M., ilia undersigned, Executorx of the estate of Hknkv Uowkhs, late, of Mountjoy township, Adnins county, Pa., deceased, will sell at Public Sale, by virtue of an order of Ihe Orphan's Court of Ad-
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
%he '£iwiw^~& " - ' -,!\ ' . ' Will Acorns Kill battle? _ ' . J -ftnrny*«wi s-uperfloous to ask this qties- j tion, at thfe<3::y, Ja a country where cattle, had \ trioitJ Of less kc&isa ttrthem every foil for a-J ' hundred alnd fifty years, yet we put it in att-se«-j i iousnets, end ask any of our readers having a ] knowledge of the «ubj<ct- to coinmunicaie to i I us. Oar-rcnron for oiakhig th« inquiry is to ] ascertain*' if ijos.si»>le, the truth. . Wo ape > prompted to it at this time by the fnct, that; Mr. Richard Lowborn, a Highly tespectahle farmer residing a few miles from this place, recently lost.fourteen head—seven osetKfour cows, and three steers—nndi'Fpii. 'euhar circnnv-" stances; and the concurrent opinion, of himself, _bJSJlgJEb-bors. jind L iicighbniing physician!; who took an intertstin tfieisubji-ct is,that they were killed byekting excessively of acorns-.The facts of the case are smfcRlaiuially this. One of Mr. Lntn...
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
| i—^lMiW^B4SSESiiMEA ' LMJ [F 8dl " r . '¦'- •• • ¦ ¦' _ _ " . " ¦ » - - ' SN | iirsu^nce of <lie A'-t of Assembly ikihsk.I the 27th day of July, 1842, the fol-. lowing statement is iu;w.by publu-lind l>y l)i> ' ('oinjrtis^ionfirs of Adams rcnnty, which exhibits tlie amoimi. t!i!scri|»iion and value ui the UeaV and I'prsonal Property, Trades.,Occupations, and IVk-ssious, in.i-W uxMa by the. Aeveral . Acts of .Asaembly of tliis t'diiuiioii wealth : . __ ^ . 1 ~~~ * ¦ ~ zz ? ~~~ r/ JT Ti~ ~ * ~^ f? l~~ 2 sT * ]->.¦% , %l\ is g§; |2. ' .-.^ S. 1-3. ° v, *-3. §• "3 • • E *co:-_&5,"= ol '-" =r :? *- B •O £^'S'-' ) -c.? a * * I . " s*j sr j ~ ; " " i ol ¦ cTJ ? r j r sr pj r*i ? L^Bfltunj^" _._. . [ i»tS32 J_- SgilU^fig ' 57IWS04O 1' U>$F> \ 11300! 250 j M7'> ' fS7 0(» Cu.ntwrlnnd T2.'>7:?cV 18^30 !»;1T 7! RT25rnQ5|j 1 npri \ u -r5-(T-S78tf-3-W <«<r.n.inv ~ 5 H-J732 ' 8D40 2i'.O52 ' 7->2!3| | 18D lOOOi...
Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
H0LL07fA7?3 PILLS.. To Ike OUizens of the fTriited States . • 1MOST humbly and sincerely thank yon for the immense patronnge which you have bestowed upon my Pills. I take this opportunity of stating that my Ancestors were all American Citizers, and that I entertam feral! that concerns America and the Americans, the most lively sympathies, so much so that I originaHy compounded these Pills expresslyi to suit your climate,, habits, constitutions, and manner of Jiving, intending to establish myself among you, which I have now done, by taking premises, in New York. . - .• THOMAS HOLLOWAY, 33, Corner of Ann and Nassau St»., New York PURIFICATION OF THE BLOOD, AND I.IVEK AND BILIOtfS COMPLAINTS. The citizens.of the Union suffer much fro m disorders of the Liver and Stomach, scarcely any are free from theae.destructive maladies, hence life wears fast. The fair sex, perhaps the most handsome in the world, up to a certain period when, distressing to " say, many lose their teeth and goo...
Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
E>t> ¥OU WA!«T A WELL 31AEKAXD CIIKAP ' Mil Ur. WLUtiU iLuhllASi • IF so, you can be nnciminodated l>y cnllin;r on MARCUS SAMSON, who h.i<just upened and is r.'»w seliinjf rapidly at his Store in York struct, opposite the Bank, ii very large, choice and cheap assortment of C' 'jsSI »Bid WaaaJea* ^' oods, to which In" inviies the atter'ion of the piib'irv They li#i vi; heen seleciwl with yn-;i t cire in iIk Kastern cities, have been-bmmlH rlunip lot c;i»h, and.will 'ie sold ehe.i|> for cash—cheaper t/uni al any other cxluhltehmenl in Gettysburg. His stock consists in part of Black, Blue, Olive, and Green CLOTH COATS, with frock, dress ;md sack coats; also Tweed, Cashmt^e, and .Italian cloth; also a la'rjje-stock of OVER COATS, which can't be beat in variety, quality or price, "u! of tilt* riliw*; also a very superior sMclc ot PANTALOO N'S, c-jnnisiin<r in part of escel'ent and well made French Black Doa-skin OasMinere, Fancy (' .issimei...
Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
mm -asraaas WE are pleased to announce to our many friends and customers, that we are prepared to ofler the CHOICEST ASSORTiMENT OF (iOODSever opened in the county 1 We have been enabled to purchase our Fall Stock at such prices as have never before been heard of, and we challenge the county to produce a larger & more general assortment of Fall and Winter Woods, or at as low a price as we offer them :o the public. For quality and cheapness, we assert that our present stock cannot he equalled in tlie county, and to prove our assertion we invite the people to come and judge for themselves—confident that Uieir verdict will sustain us in our elforts to furnish them with the CHEAPEST J1ND BEST GOODS. Coburgs of all colors, French Merinos, cheaper (twin ever known; Debase Alpacca,- Mons Delaine, Cashmere, Alpacca, Mohair Lustre, Brocade, cheapest Black Silks ever offered, fJinyhams, Cham bra Shawls, square am< lontj Bay.Suite, Broche, Cashmere; Dress Trimmini's, Nee...
Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
THE WAR GOING OK! rjMHICwar in Europe is largely engrossing JJ_ public attention, and prices generally are going up. But the undersigned would suggest to bis customers ami everybody else 1 "that be lias just returned from the city, with the cheapest and bis! stock of r+ ; O ' ~\ r.i - -r- - ." > '?-rti !-4 a *ST> i r?- - ,- > i5iaft " Xaf i i U &£.'iiloii'-^o ' £ £>. ' ' J 1 ci ^q Nuts, Confectionary, Fancy Soaps, &c., he has ever -before olfered. Call and judge for yourselves, and il" you do not pronounce his goods among the cheapest and best you have ever looked at, then is l<e greatly mistaken. His stock comprises, in part.(w .ftVes, Stiijars, Teas, ''hocolntes, Syrups, Molasses, Cr.irkers, Oranges, Lemon*. Almonds, Palm Nu' .s, Pea NutSv. English Walnuts, Filberts; Cnnfeclioisary, of a hundred sorts; Pepper, Cinnamon, (.'loves, .Soda Snleraius, Wasiiina Sod.i. a large vaiiety of Fancy Soaps, and everything else in his line. ...
Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854
Fixed up in the'New! Come and See TTs Read all this, and sat/ whether it is nut right. NEW STVI.K OF BUSINESS o " Nt THE CASH PRINCIPLE, "Ql'KJK SALES AND SHOUT PROFITS !" ^* ^ll.i' 'j subscriber has j-ust returned from the JL. City with a very large and fine assort-Illt 111 of Hats, daps, Boots and Shoes, of every description and fashion, which he will .sell ' oij " food terms, (or dshorits eqaivalent I have donu a henvy Credit business fur nearly 21 year-, and the consequence iias !mtii u Ihmvv loss on si$js. J^^*' ! ^ |. J. ( ' u> devuti* my wlip^j tiineitiSjiony S ' t2"riB^an<ll v lfee p a L.r.re HswixtiUffl&R&fflS and SlUf^KS, and ^' 1 '>><'"' - ¦ i mmMmM*y-.i><:' ]V el-^-dan, for Ca-U or its^^^^^pyment in a short lidic iuul for ( Bj ll^ yiici; punctually de live red vv lie "^I^HHw 1 '' re ' .V destroy the old liahit. o f^^^9Hm^Pr3 y this plan I can keep up my StoelfJifTUl sell Goods on better terms. Come an...