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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

Av Assessor Fhosbcutkd. —We notice that at the lAte tern, of <;OQrt j n Lcmgh county. Judge McCarthy liu^d <i o ,ifrc y Wierbach. the AsjseRBia-o f Upper Saucon township, S50 and <5.>sts, lor wheeling to attend the election as A Million and a Half in Treasure. »The steamship George Law, Lieut. Fox, U. STN7, comniariderr left Aspidwai Iron thel6th alt, and arrived at New York on the afternoon of the 25th. She brings the California mails of the lst/ult., 81,461 t 464 in treasure on freight, and 224 passengers. " Mr. Perkins, of Lexington, Ky., and three other Americans, and one Swiss, had dug a monster lump of gold in Calevaras county, weighing 1004 pounds and valued at 826,262. It has been sent on to New York. The San Joaqtiin Republican says of this "big lump:" "The length of this immense massis about 15 inches, and its width from five and one half to six. As one side is extremely irregular and uneven in its formation, it is difficult to arrive at...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

Who it Eight?

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Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

THE LONDON QUAHTKRLY (Conservative). 2. THE EDINBURGH REVIEW (Whig). 3. THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Eree Church). 4. THE WESTMINSTER KEVIEW (fciberal). o» BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE (Tory). TH E present critical state of European affairs wilt render these publications unusually interesting during the forthcoming year. They will occupy a middle ground between the hastily wriUen news-items, crude speculations, and Dying 1 rumors of the daily Journal, and the ponderous Tome of the future historian, written after the living interest and excitement of the great political events of the lime shall have passed away._. It is to these Periodicals that readers must look for the only really intelligible and reliable history of current events, and as such, in addition to their wellestablished literary, scientific, and theological character,we urge them upon the consideration of the reading public. 0^7"Arranijements are now permanently made for the receipt of Early Sheets from the British...

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

FKOCIjAiflATlON. WHEREAS the Hon. Rodkrt J. Fisher, President of the sevcralCouits of Common Pleas, in the Counties composing the 19th District, and Justice of the Courts of Oyer and Term ' mer, and General Jail Delivery, for the trial of all capital and other offenders in the 8n;i district,and Namuel. H. Russet,l and John Magini.ev, Ksqs. Judges of the Courts of Common Pleas, and Justices 1 of the Courts of Oyer and 'IVrminer,ami General Jail Dilivery, fur the trial of all capitals and other offenders in the County of Adams—have issued their precept bearing date the 2+lhdriy of Novembpr.in the yearofou<LoHD one thousand eighthundred and fifty-four, and to me directed, (or holding a Court of Common Pleas, and General Quar¬ ters Session? . of the Peace, and General Jail Delivery, " and Court of Over and Terminer, at Gettysburg, ori Monday, ihe iSlhdaynfJan'y. next—Notice is. Hchebv Given to all the Justices of the Peace, the Coroner and Constables wiihinthesaid Cmrnty of A...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

DEER'S HOTEL, AT PillVATE SALE. THE subscriber, wishing to; remove toHhfl West,, uffere at Private Sale," that truly situated in North Market Street, Frederick City, Md. The improvements consist of a a ^L large and substantial Two-Story Jfa^L _ BKMCK HOUSE, ©JsM fronting on Market Street, ftfty• flNHPHflt rive feet by thirty-six feet deep; attached is a brick Back Building, sixty feet deep; these are also a Brick Smoke House, Hog Pen, and other out buildings; a large paved wagon yard and a Stable; capable of Stabling forty horses, with a heverfailing well of excellent water adjacent and a pump stock in the same. The main building was thoroughly repaired two years ago, the wood work beingentirely new; the bar and kitchen are supplied with Hydrant Water and the first floor with Gas. There are good, dry and airy cellars, divided into three apartments, under the whole build, ing. Attached to the above property is a large and commodious . ' STORE BOOM, fronting on Market Street...

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Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

Fixed up in the New! Come and See TTB! Reqd all this, and say whether it it not rig&t. wtw RTvr.E or business on thc cash priwci-PLK, "QUICK SAbCS ANOSIJOHT PROMTS I'?; THE subscriber has jtisj returned frob Alia City with,a wty large end fine.as»ortment of .. , -. . ¦ ; -* . ¦>• ¦ .-.m '¦ -" . , >¦¦ . r. Hats, CapB, Boots and Shoes, - of every description and fashion, which he ^Jl sell on good ierm8t for Cash or Us equivalent. I have done, a heavy Cre(lil b||{DCS*: frt nearly 24 years, and the, consequence ^» been a heavy los* on sales. J uow inten3 to devote my whole time to my Store, andJteep;a large assortment of HATS and SHOES, pnd sell.thetn . aB cheap «b any body else can, for Cash or its equivalent, payment in, a, ahorl time, and for Country Produce punctually de-1 iveted; ™ #befi% w;«nted--«n«l .entiielydestroy ihe clif fi»hit^)f- 1h' r4g-ewdit^5^y^w>{fi-p|a«-I - can keepi up iny Stock, and tell (Jowls pnjfwfller term*. Come and bap the Gp...

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

GRAND FLORAL CONCERT. ONE HIGHT ONXr. ' THB~ "Sinalnif Birtl«," assisted, hy the "Philo-Harmonics'," will give a Concert of Vocal and Insirument.il Music, on New-Year's ni^ht , {January 1st, 1855.) at the Court-House, on which occasion will be presented a MUSICAL FESTIVAL, in three actt, entitied, "Flora's Feast,nf Fltnurrs,nr IRe Crowning of the Queen of the Fairies" Representations of the Fniry Land, with Forresters, Nyriads, Ntmea, Zephyrs, &c, participated in by upwards of 60 children. After the Festival, a pleasing variety of Songs, Glees, Chorusses, Catvhes, &c. flS?"Particulars in small hills. . :, jj®-Arl mission 25 cts^—GhildrPn half price. OaSrThe "Singing Birds' " last appearance for at leant one year.. . • A.J. PO'ITERFIELD, Dec. 18. tc ' ¦ Conductor NOTICE TO HUNTEES. r liHIS is to notify A\ persons) from t res pass-.L ing on our premises, (bf-in^ in Strnbar lo'A-nship.) by ^unninij or otherwise. We therefor« are determined to enforce the full exte...

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

CHRISTMAS & MW YEAR. Choice and Valuable Books. I HAVE just received from Philadelphia and New Y.oik, the best English and American editions of the beat Authors in every department of Literature, known as standard Authors of value, " and BOUND IN A MOST SUPERIOR MANNER, in the choicest library styles of calf extra, half calf gilt and antique, Turkey Morocco, &c^ &c, forming altogether the most superb collection of Books which I,have ever had the pleasure of offering to my numerous frienda and customers ;• and which, together with an unrivalled Block ol Elegantly Illustrated Works, /HlfflljSL ¦ IS 2111} Ei 13 tS a , dttsslr Prayer and Hymn Books, Superbly Bound Bonks, and best Editions in Library Bindings, now displayed in tempting army on numerous loaded counters, form altogether an endless variety dom which to ^ selec^Cliristnias and New Year Presents, as »o"fully keep up our well-known reputation of offerinj; the finest assortment of desirable Books in ...

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

The Democratic Union. SEMI-WEEKLY during the session of the Legislature at Two Dollars. The. Democratic Union will, as usual, be issued twice a week during the coming session of the legislature. No energy or pains has been spared to impart additional interest »«> its columns, and to rualio ita f-iilhf.iI and efficient chronicler of passing events. The services of able ajid competent reporters have been secured, who will not fail to give Ail I and elaborate reports of ihe daily proceedings c( both branches of ihe Legislature, and sketches of the most im poriantdebaie8,ontirely free from partisan feeling. The installation of the nnw SMle Administration will give rise to many n«-w measures and the establishment of numerous laws, which will undoubtedly be of great importance " to every one that feels an iniereaf in watching the movement and management. Those who desire to obtain faithful accounts of-all that transpires, will Attain their object by subscribing for the Union. ¦...

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Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

LIST OPIiETTERS,-ii_ Remaining in 4he-~Ptisl Office at Gettysburg, " . January 1, 1855. * r Armstrong Mary Kerns Emily M. Beimnger Marc. Laishaw Peter Bream F. 2 . Miles Catharine Mrs. Beisely Geo. Miller Elizabeth Bell Jamns McLelian Capt. Jno. Coffmanjaoob H. . Heirs of the Late Col ton-Emily H. Mtiser Geo. Ch;u»bers{ Rebecca O'Niel Peter Cuvid Lavinia ^ Powell W. S. ? -^ Deshon Dauiej Read Daniel Diggs Susan Schierenbeck Mf. S Deitnch Wm. H. Schciver Margaret Dorr Abraham Slonaker David Dottarar M. E. Stauffer Abner K. H«gy John -Swart * Hiram HagerMr. Tata Robt. ' Hamilton Eliiabeth VVaHngs L. Tv ~ Hartzeil Mary E. ' Wierman T. T. Harman Sam'l. Wetherall Wm. E. . Herman Jacob Wilson Mary Heriter Jacob Zittle Horatio Huffman Louisa German Letter. Kazentnaeyer Matins ' Claude Beget Monsieur Keiffy or Heiffy Sally WM. GILLESPIE. P. M. ©^" Persons calling for letters in the above List will please say they are advertised. January 1, 1855.

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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

PROTECTION AGAINST TT^TLOSS BY HUE. THE' undersigned informs property-bolaVrJ that he has been duly appointed Agent of the PERRY COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, and that he is the «nly Agent in Adams county for the same. He wilt take original and renew old insurances for Mid Company,which, since Ha Incorporation, in 1843, has secured the perfect confidence of the people of Adams nnd . the adjoining counties, (it being authorised to effect lnsnranees in any part of the State.) Its integrity and abil/ty have been fully ard satisfactorily demonstrated. The gradation of rates of Insurance is adapted to the mutual interests of the whole Company ami }h« class of the insured property. -Every por^on insuring becomes a rnenihejr^f the ^ Cojnpjiny^antL may act in tho selection of officers and in the direction of ila operauana. fj^Honl Moses McOlkan represe nts 1he members in thin county in tlm Board of Man* agers, C. Roth, Jr., is President, nnd. John Campbell Secretary. Offic...

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Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

,t public attention, ana prices generalIjlJffe going up. . But the undersigned woula«ugg«st to his custoroers . and ?everybody eUe : that,,h8 has just, returned. from. the , city,..with; t^\e cheapeti and best stock jof ,,. ; " „„. ., : ,,. . ,;.L.-,> " SnU, Confectionary, Fuicy Soapi, >£c., he has ever bei ' ore offered. Call and judge for yourselves ^ and ' if you j do not pronounce his , goods among thei cnenpe¥t.and.b,est jtou have .ever looked at, then t» he greatly.iwstaken. Hts slock comprises, in par I, Coffees, Sugars, Teas, Ohbcolates, Syrups, Mo)ass«js, Chokers, Oranges, Lemons, Almonds, PaJm N ii^ , Pea Nuts, English Walnuts, FilbeW; Coniectionary, of a hundred sorts; .Penpef, Cinnamon, Cloves, Soda Saleratus, ^fyathing Soda, a large Variety of Fancy Soapsi arid everything else in, his line. ; ' '' " iv;; " * ' ,0^"Oa slr or 'Country Produce takeh In exchange for Goods. ., . '!"" < The Flour and Feed business is continued. : ¦ Highest market pr...

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Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

THIS VAY, ; IF YOU W4NT p VEHICLE TBAT ¦ , CAI'TBEBEIT! , ¦ rriHE ondetsigncd, having .puTcbased the •*¦ Carriage-making establishment of Whi. Graham, respectfully inforrhs ^ the public generally that 1 he will continue the said business at the old stand, in Washington«treel, half ft square from Chambersburg street,.where he is prepared to manufacture to order; at short notice, . ' r ,,- ^r Carriages, Rooltawayff, Baj^fes, . SULKIES, JERSEYS, &e, ,.,,, He flatters himself that his work is aH|Ie 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. ^-REPAIRING done at short nbti^. Country produce takeo for anything; in hl« line. J. BARRETT. ' Gettysburg, March 13, 1854. tf

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

€he Jtlarkcts. _ Corrected from th«UU«t B»ltimore,York4.H»no-»er p»j*rs BALTIMORE—FbidaT last. Flour, per barrel, $8 62?to 8 75 Wheat, per bushel, 1 95 to 2 10 Kve, " 1 20 to 1 35 Corn, " 85 to 98 Oats, " 54 to 55 Cloverseed, " 6 87 to 7 00 Timothy, " v 3 25 to 3 50 "Whiskey, per gallon, 43 to. 44 Beef Cattle, per hund., '3 50 to 4 75 Hogs, " 5 50 to 6 QO Hay, per ton, . 18 00 to21 00 Guano, Peruvian, per ton, 50 00 to51 00 HA^OVBR—THCRSDAr LAl»r. Flour^p el: bblr, from stores, $8 75 Do. ." " wagons, 8 37 Wheat, per bushel, 1 80 to 1 95 Bye, . : ^ .. 1 20 Corn, " 85 Oats,- ' " 5U Oloverseed, " • 6,00 Timothy, . " 3 00 Plaster of Paris, per ton, < — 7 00

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Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

TAX APPEALS THE COMMISSIONERS of Adams county hereby .give notice that they have fixed upon' the following ' times for. the holding of appeals for the several Boroughs ' and Townships of Adams county, at tlie office of' the County Commissioners at Gettysburg, when and where they will attend to hear.appeals, between the hours of 9 o'clock, A- M-, and 3 o'clock, P. M, For the townships of Mountjoy, Germany, Union, Conowago, Mountpleasant, Berwick, Oxford, Siraban, Hamilton, Reading, and, Ty rqnf, on Thursday, the. 25/A of January next. _F-oxJhe townships of Huntington, Latimore, Menallen, Butler, Franklin, HamUtonban. Liberty, Freedom, Cumberland, and the Borough of Gettysburg, on Friday, the "26th of January next. , JOHN MlCKLBY,jr., ) S> JAMES J.WILLS, GEORGE MYERS, . ¦> j? Attest—J. Aughikbaugh. Clerk. Dec. 18, 1854.: td

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

J%~OTMCE. IS] have rented ont my Foundry, to take JLV. effect from aud after the 1st day of April next, and being anxious to-close uj> the business of the same, i hereby give notice to all j persons having claims against me, or the hue 1 9 o|»T. . WARREN & SON," to present f v >m for settlement, and those, knowing them-Ives to be indebted to me, or said firm, in J Jjney or trade, are requested to call and ritak ^ <lk>n»ert by that time, as after said date I j •fall be away from the foundry. I intend . ttiis to be the only notice I shall give, and all , Jk persons, interested in the samp, will do well.. s^to give it their immediate attention,' as after, j the above date t intend to place all my claims in the hand9 of an officer for collection. Jan. 1, 1855. T. VVARKEN.

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

YORK—PatDir Last. Flour, per bbl.,from stores,; $9 00 Do. " from wagons, ; 8 25 Wheat, per bushel, 1 80 to 2 00 Rye, _ "-. " 1 22 : Corn, ~ s ~ " S3 Oats, " ¦ " 50 Cloverseed,." ¦ - 6 50 Timothy. " 3 00 Plaster of Pans, per ton, 7 00. -OTemale Complaints effectually cured by noixowAr's Pills.—Mrs. Mary Pearson, of Market-street, Missouri, (aged 43,) about two years, ago, was tSrowa on a bed of sickness for several weeks, her arms and legs became much swollen, and it appeared to the medical men whom she consalted, at this period of life, that she was dropsical ', ^he gradually grew worse, until all hope of her fceing cured waa abandoned by her husband and friends. At this crisis Mr. Pearson persuaded her to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, and by persevering with them for six weeks, she waa perfectly well. They are nn excellent Medicine for young females, with obstructions in their health entering into womanhood. PUBLIGSALE or Tala&nle Personal Property. TH E Subscrib...

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Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

¦mumm - mm*. No. 240 Pratt Street, Baltimbre - :i4_4SRABL:KNP&Ei-/?r^e/or. JOHN^CJ-KNOBBi SaperinttrtdeKr 3-May 8, 1854. \y - • ¦ " ^ Second-hand Caj, mages. , v ¦ A FEW good second-hand CARRIAGES and BUGQIES to be had for.Citsh or Country Produce, at C^ W. HOFFMAN'S Conch Factory. . August 14. Ladles' Dress Goods, of every style, tblk Alpacca forl2$ cents; Cashnje;«l^,' Debeges from 16 to 37£ cents; Calicooa from 5 to 12; Muslins froro 5 to 18j;andjBverythir» else in proportion, at the N«w Sforeof Oct. J*- J- S. GRAMMER.

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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

3S2§ WjaT^TsIs wk L NEW ESTABLISHMENT. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. THE undersigned takes pleasure in informing the citizens of Gettysburg and the public generally, that he is prepared to furnish GARMENTS of all kinds, for GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, at the shortest notice, anil in the latest possible style. Having opened a Merchant Tailoring establishment, in Chambersburg^treetropposite-the^lnftheraTr church, and secured the services" of experienced workmen, he feels " confident of pleasing all who may favor him with their patronage. Country produce taken in exchange f or work. J. S. GHAMMER. December 4,1854.

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