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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
EEGISTEirS NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given to all Legatees and other persons concerned, that the jidministration Accounts hereinafter mentioned will be presented at the Orphan's Court of Adorns county, for confirmation and allowance, on Monday, the \5thitf January next, vizi 1. The account of Jacob Hankey, Executor of the last will and testament of Phili p Schriver, deceased, who. was Administrator of Wm. Hartzel), deceased. • ' 2. The first and final account of George Chrilzman, Administrator of Henry Hollinger, deceased. ¦ WM. F. WALTER, Register. Register's Office, Gettysburg, > December 18, 1854. V
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
THIRD SALE OF JS—EVER— GREEii—CEMETER*- \ T^OR the accommodation of citizens of town V and country, who are not yet suppled, there will be another Public Sale of Burial : Lots, on Monday, New-Year's day, . 1855, at I o'clock. P. M., on the Cemetery Grounds. ' Already nearly 200 Lots have been sold.-~ SomeS3.000 in stock have been subscribed—The, enterprise is therefore entirely successful. < ' This will be the last sale during the present Wlnlef ' D. McCONAUGHY. PresU. H. J. Stahce, SeeV [Dec 11.
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
JIEADY-MADE CWTHINQ.: George Arnold HAS now entered in ihe Cloth ing business extensively, and has ' EXPERIENCED WORKMEN in his employment, constantly cutting oat and making up, out of his own cloths, Over Coats, Dress Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Monkey Jackets, &c. &c. ' ' ¦ ' ' All kinds, of Ctotblnf made,to,order, oh short notice. Constantly on bahdand-for sale a great variety of Ciolhing, of hltf own manufacturing, as cheap at the cheapest. Call and Bee them. We cannot be beau October 30. 1854. ' ;
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
TAKE NOTICE. THE undersigned wishes all who are in* Sebted to him by note or book account, to call and, pay upon or before the feint day of February next. Those who disregard this no« tice will find their accounts in the hands of an officer for collection. Jan. 1, 1855. ABR'M. ARNOLD. Dissolution of Partnership. TH E partnership heretofore existing between TIPTON & BJtO.. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be continued at the old stand, in the Diamond, by J. W. Tipton. - January I, 1855.
Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
NOTICE TO GUNNERS. THE undersigned hereby notify all persons against trespassing ' on their premises, either by ' Gunning or otherwise. They are determined to enforce the law to its full ex* tent against all who disregard this notice. ' Jacob Hershy, , , David litany, Samuel Hartzel, Susan Hartzeil, David Schriver, John Hamilton, George Starry, ' Thomas Scott, Thomas $r Henry J. George J. Keckler, Miller * Jacob Hankey,-David Ktckler, Henry F. Minnigh, . Isaac Deardorff, ' . ' . Frederick Ilerr. Jan. 1, 1855, 3t
Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
?sr on Irnnsportatiiin by means of Railroad," teamboat or an* other mode of Conveyance. —These " Matches are pffetneflTo~that'one gtroiT or more rnay be Shipoed to any part of the World with perfect safety. They, are the most desirable article for^ Home Consumption, and the Southern and Western Markets, that have ever been invented. ' __,.. ' DEALERS and SHIPPERS wilt do wejl to call and examine for themselves. ' ,. JpSfcfAese Matches are WARRANTED, to be superior to anything heretofore offered to ' tit Public. " JOHN DONNELLY, . | 106 Norlh Fourth St., Philafp, December 18, 1854. ,Q&. ,, '
Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
NOW READY. I^ELLER KURTZ'S Holliday Slock of ^. Elegantly Illustrated and Standard BOOKS, adapted for CJiristma-j and New Year Presents, the Drawing-Room Table, &c, are now ready for examination. Also, CHILDREN'S BOOKS, in endless variety. Kurt3's is a perlect storehouse of delight frr the litlltj ones, where they can purchase from the simplest Toy Book up to tha mon. p xvuil^ si ve colored edition. [Dec. IS. 1S3J.
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
MARRIED. On the 26th ult.by the Rer. J. CIrich, Mr. CYRUS G. BKALS to Miss,.Et,T/ABKTH SHAEFFEB, both of York Springs, Adams county. On the 26th ult,. by the Rev. S. TV. Seibcrt, Mr. WILLIAM B. YOUNG, fonnerlr' of this vicinity, to MissMARGAftET A. BliASSER, eldest daughter of_Oeprge Blaaser, Esq., of Shrewsbury, York county. On the 21st ult, by Kev Mr. Beigle, Mr. EMIRAIM FKJKES to Miss SA.U.IE A., only daughter of Mr. James Wilt, all of this county. . On the2Stti Jilt., by the Rot. Jacob Ziegler,Mr. MICHAEL DEATKlCK to Miss CATHARtNK E. f DRXKY, both of Mountjoy township.
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
Rail Road ISIrclion. r|"1HE Slockholders.of ".he "Gettysbure Rail X R"»'- Company." will meet at tho Courtdouse in the Borough of Gettysburg, on Monday, the fi/h day of January, A. D. 1855, at 2 o'clock, P. M., of said day, to chooap, by a majority of the voles present, a President and Twelve Directors for the ensuing- year. JAMES__G- REED, Sec'u. ^Dea. 11, 1851- te Bflccbantr . Tf ddx, Plara, Hthr, & the Dancing Girl! THE above celebrated Statues,. together with Fifljten Statuettes in Bronze, and several hundred Magntfceni Oil' Painting form the collection of prims to be distributed among the membejs of the Cusmopblitan Art Association at the first annual dislrtbutton, in January next. THE COSMOPOLITAN ART AND LITERARY iS- . 8OC1AT10N, Organized for the Encouragement and General Diffusion of Literature and ihe Fine - j?r/», on. a new and original plan* . This popular Art Association is designed to encourage and popularize the Fine Arts, and disseminate wholesome Lit...
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
PE KFUMERYof all kinds will b<» found at SC HICK'S. - manvfactur«r and mveHToa or. •. . ; - . Salbtt f»afent Sqaara Vprlvbt - . ¦ . Wood Box Matetaei, No. 10G North Fuurth St. f jalotc Race;) Phi la. M ATCHES having become an indlspehm-• ble article in housekeeping, the subscriber after a great sacrifice of time and mc ' ney, is enabled to offer to the Public an article ' at once cotifbining Utility and Cheapness. The inventor knowing the danger, apprehended on account of the flimsy manner in ' " which Matches are generally packed in paper, has by the aid of New Steam Machinery of hJ9 own invention, succeeded in pettine up a SAFETY P A.TEN:r_ SftUAREJJmiGHT—W^O^D BOX v thte boot-is far preferable.jfcr«a n«h that it occupies no more room than ihe old round wood box, and . contains at least Two Hundred per. Cent, more Matcher, which lo Shippers is considerable advantage; it is entirely new, and secure against moisture and spontaneous combustion, and dispels all dan- ...
Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION riTH E~AMtff tic*N~ARTiSTS*-UTnoN-v(roffld^re-JL 8pectfully*announcc to the citizens of the United States and the Canadas, that for the purpose of cultivating a taste for the fine arts throughout the country, and with a view of enabling every family to become possessed of a gallery of Engravings, ' . By the first Artists of the Age, they have determined,*in order to create an extensive sale for their Engravings, and thus not only g ive employment to a large number of artists and others, but inspire among our countrymen a taste for works of art, to present to the purchasers of their Engravings, when 25U.O0O of which are sold, 7 350,000 GIFTS, OF THE ACTUAL COST OF $150,000 Each purchaser of a One Dollar Engraving, -therefore,^^receives _no_i_pn'y an Engrayjng richly worth .the'money, but also a ticket which entitles.liim to one of. the Gifts when they ar« distributed. . For Five Dollars a highly finished Eno-raving, beautifully PAINTED in OIL, and FIVE GIF...
Id=215 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
PUTNAM'S MONTHLY. A New Volume. New York, December 1, 1854. WITH the present Nnmber, ends the Ponrtli Volurne,' anti the second year of Putnam * a Monthly. . In commencing the under taking, the Publishers were hilly aware that in a time of immense inielleciual activity, and in a country of great and various literary rivalry, where, it) the absence of an. international copyright,- the choicest works ol the best foreign genius aie to be had .for the taking, the task'was nrJIeasy, of founding ant) sustaining a Mngaztne, at ohce imiyj^sal inAt s ^ syiropMM^LAfiJlaalional in its tone. . The continued and increasing favor with which the Monthly has been received, is the best possible proof that the-.task has been in some degree fulfilled. The New Volume! of the Magazine eommences under the best po»sible auspices. Its position is now assured. Two years have demonstrated the extent of its circle of friends, and that circle i» constantly widening. The Magazine has not only the sympathy...
Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
-AFTRK NINK YEARS' STANDING. Copy of a Letter from Mr. J. W. LiHiglo . y , of HuJitsvilln, Yadkinco., North Carolina, (IuUhI Nov. 1st ' , 1S&}. ¦ HEAD HIS OWN WOK JUS. To Profkshor Holloway : Sir,— It is not my wish to become notorious, neither is this letter written for the mere s:ilie of writing, but to say, ihat your Ointment cured me of one of the most dreadful cutaneous diseases that flesh is heir to, and which was considered by all who knew me, to be entirely bpyondthe reach of medicine. Por nine years 1 was afflicted with one of the most painful and troublesome sore legs that ever fell to the lot of man ; and after trying every medicine I had'ever hearJ of, I resigned to despair all hope of being cured ; hut a friend brought me a couple of large pots of your Ointment, which caused the sores on my legs to heal, and I entirely regained my health, to my agreeable surprise and delight, and to the astonishment of my friends. Signed) J. W. LANGLE AN EXTRAORDINARY CU...
Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
pulverniiicher's Hydro-Electric /CONSTRUCTED-w be worn next ;to the \^ /.skin, producing a constant current of un-JNTBBBUPTBP VIX. CTR0 MAGNETISM—flffeCting 1MMKDIATE RELIEF, FROM ALL ACOTE PAINS, and a Permanent cure of Neuralgic Diseases ! Pulverraacher's Electric Chains were first used in France, three years since, for the cure of Nervous Diseases, and after being submitted to the most thorough trial, in every hospital in Paris, by the most, learned professors in that city, they were recommended to the Government of France, who granted ? patent for thr-discovery-.—rDttFHig-tlie^ars^dSi-^-they were introduced in Germany, Austria, Prussia and England, and one year since, introduced and patented by the United States Government. Most Astonishing Cures of Rheumatism, ' Bt. Vltuo'» Dance, _ -Painful an<l Swelled Jolnta, _ Palpitation of the Heart, Neuralgia of the Fuee, - Periodical Headache, . J)eafnflaaJ81ii!i[ne?fl ! Paiiw from Imilgfeation, Hy«loj-jcii, Dj/ipvimia, "~ ...
Id=221 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
COL. R. COBEANv At THE , GETTYSBURG STEAM BULL. THE subscriber has completed his new ¦Steam Mill, apd i$ now prepare^ »p SAW ^flMBER and CHO P GRAIN aV Msnai rales and ¦ short notice. ¦ Farmers; and others ear* have Sawing and Chopping done at any time. 0^" "flanover prices in. . Cash will b« paid for Ryei Corn and Oats, at tHe Stear^.lSlilf. " 0^7"F eed constantlyon hand and tor sare. C. W. HOFFMAN. Asg9Stl4, 1854. Ij HAY WANTED. PERSONS having Hay to sell, will do well by calling on^the ^>bscriber, in Gettyaborg, who is desjroas of purchasing. The highest niaxfc^price^wi Miii^p^id _aXa|\\Jirges. . O^-As he intends havirig the Hay, after ^t^' -^e Vetr^^yv^i^-^rfmisttr-dt Baltiffjore, -the prefer^ncfe totaiiliwi'! be given to those frorh whore'He ma-v" purchase. SOLO.\fON P . OWERS-. Dec. 6, 1852. tf .: J. LAWEENCE HILL, M. B., HAS h'sOBiee one door westof the Lnttieran church, in Cbambersburg street, and optoosue_Granimer^iLStorej where those wishing 10 have any Dent...
Id=207 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
Hi3RDJCASSTjOEE, THE subscribers would respectfully announce to their friends and the public that they have opened a NEW HARDWARE STORE, in: Baltimore Street, adjoining the residence of David Ziegler, Gettysburg, in which they are opening a targe and general assortment of . HARDWARE, Iron, Steel, Groceries, CUTLE RY, COACH TRIMMINGS, SPRINGS. AXLES. *^^* (Jct Jttr-iwavc, Q\)Qt ^itibuigs, PalntN, Oils, and Dye-staflft, nrgeneralT4ncl<»ding-e very^des&H pi iorvofar licles in the above lines of business, to which they invite the attention of -Coach-makers, Blacksmiths, Carpenters, Cabinet-makers, Shoe-makers, Saddlers, and the public gen* ers»lly. Our stock having bpen selected with great care and purchased for Casly we guarantee (for the Ready Money,) to dispose of any part, of itson as. reasonable terms as they can be purchased any where. ' ¦ We particularly request a ' call from our friends, and earnestly solicit a. share-or public frtvor, as we are determined t...
Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855
FRENCH TRUSSES, WZ1OB13Q XESS TBJiX 2>f 0PSCK8. * . For the Cure of Hernia or Rupture. A CKNOVyLEDGED by the highest rned-J\_ ical autfiori|ies of Philadelphia, incomparably superior to any other in use. Sufferers *i!l be gratified to learn that the occasion now offers to procure not only the lightest and mmt easy, but as durable a Truss as any other, in lieu ol the cumbrous and uncomfortable arfi~ tie usually sold. There is no difficulty attending the fitting, and when the pad is located, it will retain its position without change. Persons at a distance unable to call on the subscriber, can have the Truss sent to any address, by remitting Five Dollars for the single Truss,or Ten for thedouble—with measure round the hips and stating; side affected. It will be exchanged to 6uit it not fitting, by returning it at once, unsoiled. For sale only by the Importer, CALEB B. NEEDLES, Cor. Twelfth & Race Sis., Philadelphia. O^tLaoies, requiring the benefit of Mechanical S...