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Id=228 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

BA¥ID WfLLS, Attorney at Law, HAS taken Mr. Stktenson's office, North West Corner of Centre Square. Reference*—Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, Lancaster. Gettysburg, January 3, 1854. E. B. Bt?EHLER, WILL faithfully and promptly attend to all Business ' en 1 rusted'-to him. lie speaks the German language. ' 'Office ' at ' the same place, in Sooth Baltimore Street,- ' near Forney's Drug Store, and nearly opposite Danner&'Ziegler' B- Store 1 .. [March 20. W M. B v M OC L € L L A N ^ Attorney at Law. % OFFICE on the south side of the Puff Square, two doors west of the Sent- . office. Aug. 22, lBfiS, — <>* -!» W. A. M'GIKLEY, ATTORiVKY AT LAW. OFFICE* in the south-west corner of the Square, formerly occupied by D. Mc-Conaughy, Esq. Will attend promptly to all business entrusted <» his care. Gettysburg, May 15, 1851.

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

2000 LADIES ARE willing to certif y that tha HATHAWAY-CO9KING STOVE is the very best Stove now in use, inasmuch as they will do more Cooking, Roasting and Baking. ' and doit with less labor,and last aalonrrajruinas any other stove now sold. These celebrated stoves are constantly, kept for sale at a very reduced price, at the . GettysburgFoundry & Machine-Shop where the subscribers, feeling determined to suit till persons, have also the PaTlor, Sexton's Baltimore Air-tight. Peakskoli, and Cabinch Cook Stove, and Air-tight and Ten plate Parloi Stuves, of the most beautiful patterns. The Seylar Ploughs, which cannot be surpassed for lightness. o£ draught, otJn the character of their work, are, constantly on hand for.sale, and in view nfihf fact that the Mouidboard ofthese Ploughs is one fourth heavierthanthaiof otherploughs, it is decidedly the cheapest that can be ° obtuinfStr^** <KT WITffBRO W PLOUGHS and other ' s, Cnsun«js for the Woodcock.Plough, Windmill mach...

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Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

¦• ¦• • ¦•^SICO.TAS. I HAVE REMqVED from 122 West Lornbaid street to the n$wr a "d conniiudious Waretiouse, " No. 141. W&t frail «/re«/, near IAghl, opposite the Malihy House, and will continue ray GENERAL COMMISSION £USSINE$S, for itha ^le of TOBACCO. GRAjN* and POULTRY PRODUCE, of ^11 kinds v and will attend to the execution of orders 1 fur purchasing. . " . _V shall cominue rny. Ouafio Agency, having increased faciHiTes for supplying/the best a,rticlej as usual, at the government's ^6*es( v rir*C6—thfrton of 2240 lbs.—with a moderate charge of commission for purchasing and forward ing. . , .lam haying mannfactured Phosphate Of Lime, a.-superior artick. which I will warrant to be«pure. f I have connected , wt^h ' rnyi business, and shall at all times be supplied from the most celebrated manufactories in the Union, a large supply of Agricultural Implement)*, of every description, warranted, to which, I auk particiilHrly tlie attention of Farmers and dealers. Trusting, b...

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Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

in Yoik. street, opposite the Bank, a ver large, choice and cheap assortment of Fall and Winter Goods* to which he invites the atter'ionofthe public They: hsrv " ebe<»n selected with great care iii the Eastern cities, have been bought cheap for cash, and will he sold cheap for ca$h—cheaper than iil any other establishment in Gettysburg. His. stock consists in part of Black, Blu«, Olrre andGr ten CLOTH COATS, with frock, dress and sack coals; also Tweed, Cashmefe, * ani Italian cloth; also a large stock of-tmSW C O-VTSi which cnri't be beat in variety, quality or price, out of the cities; also a Very superior stocks PANTALOONS, conent and well made •istinff in part of excel' French; Black DrktWii Ca9»ime. re, Fancy Caesimeie, SatioBtts, Velvets. Cord, Linen *^C ottonade f The stock of VLSIS comprises every variety 01 manufacture—fine black Sktin, Silk, Velvet, Italian Silk, white, fancy and buff Marseilles, Summer Cloih, &c. Also «Q08ttntIy bniiand a {arge lot 01...

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Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

-A-mESH-SOTPL¥F THE undersigned has just returned from the City with a large supply of FRESH GQOI)&, which he is prepared to sell at prices which cannot be beat. His stock consists of CJ It 0 C 13 RJ IS 8, of all kinds, Sugars, Molasses, Coffees, Teas, Fish, Salt, Crackeis, Cheese, Pickled Cucumbers, tic Also, Fruits and Confections, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisins, Prunes, &c. —Also, Powder, Shot, Tobacco, Segars, Gail's celebrated German Smoking 1 Tobacco, and a variety of other articles—Also, a firstrate assortment of the best qualities of LIQUORS, Wines ana Brandies, of different kinds,N. E. Hum, Holland Gin, Old Rye, &c—all of which, can be had on the lowest terms at the Store of the subscriber, in .South Baltimore street, next door to the "Star" office. O^rAlso, always on hand a variety of Stone Jugs, &c.—Give us a call. EMANHEL ZIEGLER. Gettysburg, May 15, 1854.

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Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

rriBONE1M:©ST! TT is an ESTABLISHED FACT'that ma">JL or pefsonslost money by not nnrchaaing Goods at the well known CHEAP STORE of Abraro Arnold, at his o!d stand, on the South £«6t corner of the Diamond, where he is now receiving- the cheapest, prettiest and best selected Stock of - ¦; Fall and WI nler Gpod*, eger'before offered to the citizens of Adams county., consisting, in part, as follows : ;, Black,; Blue and 8rowi>. French Clorhs, Fancy, Felt and Beaver Cloths forOyeT Coals, (Newest Siyles,Y Black and Fahcy Cassi. meres, Tweed ' s, Jeana^ Gassinets, &c. &c,, for Jtfen's wear. Silks, Mous de Laine, Alpacas, Merinpe^ Plain; and. Fancy Sack; Flannois, also a beautiful assortment pfSatinB and Silks -fdrfidnneu, Bonnet Ribbon, and a jjriBktJsa riety of oth*rarticles, alf of wliich the public ai*-Jie«pec»f * tilly requested to caf> and examine forthem8eWes,|belietinc thnt it is only necessa-Tyto^se^ out good s, price them, aiid examine, to ...

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

WATCHES, JEWJDLHY, Silverware tf Fancy Goods. ag^A Choice Assortment of the Finest Quality, for Solent the Lovrest Cash Prices, at " Wn irH7~Eftonrli«ad»», ——NO. 184 SOUTH SECOND STREET, Between Pifsrvnd-GnionHVetMdt rfhiiad^^ rilHE assortment embiaceg ^ a Large and Se-J_ leel Stuck »f Pine Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware,jHhala Ware, plaUd with fine Silver, in Spoons, forks. Ladles, fa.—Jet Goads, Fansand Fancy JrHoles of a superior quaHty, deserving the examination of thase who desire to procure the best goods at the Lowest Cash trice*. Having a praeiicaLftnowtedge of the- busi* ness, and all available facilities for Importing and Manufacturing, the subscriber confidently invites purchasers, believing that he can sapply them on terms as favorable as any other establishment in either of the Atlantic. Cities. . {£7-All kinds of Diamond and Pearl Jewelry and Silver Ware manufactured to order, within a reasonable time. ~~

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Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

©iiiU£^J& Si #? ¦Sil i*iy& la Cheap Watches h Jewelry, WHOLE SALE & BETAlL.at the Philadfllphia VVatch and Jewelry Store, N o. 9(5 Norih Second street, corner of Quarry, Philadelphia. »old Le»er Watohoa, full j»weted, IB caret case*, S2S 00 Gold I.epino*, IS caret. • • - - 24 00 Sliver Levant, futt jowelod, " - . ' • ¦ 12 "00 Silver I.oiilneH. jaweln, - • - - O 00 Sniwrior Uunrti«nt, • • • . 7 00 Gold Spectacles, - • . . T 00 Pino Silver do. ' * . . . . 1 60 lh>\4 Draool?ts, . . . . 3 00 Ladies' Gvld Pencils, • . . . 1 00 Silver Tea Spoons, net, • - - - iOO Oold I'eiM. with Pencil and Silver Holder, - -™00 Gold Finger Kings 37£ cents to $80; Watch Glasses, plain, 12$ cents, patent 18j; Lunet 25; othnr articles in proportion. All goods warranted to be what they are sold for. STAUFFER&HARLEY. Oji hand, some Gold and Silver Levers and Lepines, s;il| lower than the above prices. Sept. 25, 1854. ly

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Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

Hanover Branch Bail Road. •""'* * \ r.llANGE OF HOURS, JfJTIR,AJKs oyer; the Hanover. Branch road -JL npjiffuija*! follows :. • . ; 1st Trdln wiW leave Hanoverat 9.15" A. M., With Passengers for York, Harrisburg, Coluui-.biaaud Pljiladelptiia, and return to Hanover with .Passengers frqtnv Baltimore at J2 M. Tjii p. TrajniConnecis also wild the Kxpress for Baltitttbrei arriving thfre at I P. M., stopping at ' GlViirocJf * , Parktpu:?rnd.Cnckeys»tlle, , > 2d Train will leave " Hanover at 2.15 P. M. witty JPifijsengfJ-s f<?r Baltimorearrivuisj there atfe 30; ifidf rentrn irnmediately with Passengers from York,&6., at 5:45 P.M. 3d Train will leave Hanoverat 4 3-4 P. M. vrith Passengers for York; nnd return with Passetrgers from Baltimore at 8 P- M. The.Monday morning extra "train will leave for Ualtunore at 5.30i return M ?, A. M. :¦ :. , EDWARD E. YOUNG, Jgent. Hanover, Qjc .t. 16, 1854.

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Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

S WEATER * jMapfetlfoHjr announces to-» the IiadW*tia tfcnilemen of Gettysburg and vleirtity;*hat: heha8W»wn«l th» Datjaer-*WimH» bVBinew *t the old stand, in Chamberaburjistwti where be willbe happy to re-<*i« visitors desirous of securing perfect "Paeuerreotxpes of themselves or friends. „ *" v fibril YuirnisW with' an'entirely hew and ^ o&lf apniratn*, h« is prepared to take pictures •iii"ip*eVy " style of the ait and insure perfect ' iaSatection. . '• • fCfiarjgtes from 50 cents to wlO. Hours of opera tins fronrU A. M. to 4 " " ' ife^tn direse avoid lightered*, bine, or pur* iyleC, ..Dark dxess aiffds ' unfch to the beauty of ~l^ p1^nie ' . 7 , ^Sep**,}% WSefcrr-tfy~

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Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST! rtlHK undersigned has just returned trdm _|_ Philadelphia with a large and fashionable which he will dispose of at VERY REDUCED PRICES to all who may favor him with n call. His assortment consists of the following: SHAWLS, • FLANNRLS, PLAID STLKS, MUSLINS, F. MERINOKS v LINEN, M. DKLA1NES, BLANKETS, WOOL PLAIDS, . QUILTS, DEB RGBS, CLOTHS, CASHMERES, CASS1NETS, -, PERSIAN CLOTHS, SATINETS, CALICOES, COLLARS, GINGHAMS, HANDKERC'FS RIBBONSr VEILS.&c.

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Id=227 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

B. .M'CONAUGHY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Office removed to one door West of Buehler'a Drug & Book-store, Chambersburg street,) Attorney & Solicitor Tor Patents and Pensions, BOUNTY Land Warrants, Back-Pay suspended Claims, and all other claims against the Government at Washington, D. C: also American claims hi England. Land Warrants located and sold, or bought, and highest prices given. Agents engaged in Tocatinjj warrants in Iowa, Illinois, and other Western States; and lands for sale there. 0<7~Apply to him personally err by letter. Gettysburg, Nov. il\+1853. ly

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Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

a*OTratt&! SPOtTTING! i^i KCMK3E and H«nry Wampler will make VT HobseSpouiitijand ^<it n|> t in; name Fow, for cash or conntry pTOTlnne. Farmers and all others wishing their H<iu*es, Barns, &c, sponied, woutd do w«11 to give ilicm a call. ."«v " ?. ' " ¦ ••- (S - ***»« VV AMPLER. April 18,185?. — - .Mmssssm^mmr 280 Market ilteel, oAore 8/A, Philadelphia " "C. I. Bnifli;"8t Uro., Proprietors. 11 \H K .lf dilseiias' a'cerilrafiocaUon, on f|np '!_•' of tite prfneipa! thrtrrt^ghfarBS of the city . No pffr»rl spared ttj make vUiters comfortahl* ?t.OO p^rMajr. . * • J«*o 4», 1654. Ijr

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Id=211 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

Baltimore & Susquehanna Railroad CHANGE OF HOURS—Way Passenger Tiain leaves Calvert Station at 8.15 a m Arrives at Y<*k at 11am Accommodation Train leaves Calvert Station at - 4:S5 p m Arrived at " York at ".42 p m i-lx|>r«ss TrnTrrreaTfexCalvefrStation aTTfTp^vT Arrives at York at 12 p m Returning. Way Passenger Train will leave Har-T'3 blir & at 1.45 p in Arriving " at Yorfc at — " , g-45 p »i Express Tnir^Jeaves Harrisburg at 8.45 a ai Arriving at York at 9 54 K M ¦ A. P. WINCH ESTER, SuperU. ' March'20, 1851.

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Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

Gknkbal Juby. Menatlon—Mojos Smith, J<maa RouUntin. HainlHon—O.ivid Uollingor. Oxford—JcitmMouoo. - ' . ITniio—Samuel I*. Young. Dnvld Pell, Ronjamln Torrey. " Mounlls'.wv'iult—Anthony Smith ,Jaiue» Polst, Solomon Toot, UavSdClainiii'ldlD. • . n*nilltonten—Robert Diytlie, Joseph CuibortsoD. Straban—Vraoci* Maofort, Samuel W: IloSinaD, Jeremlnh Shriver. . ' Oorougb—Franklin D. Picking, Qeorgo H. Swopo, John We)i;le, Henry Meat", Peter Jnhnx. ' - Mounijoy—Jemie Qtiipunddle, WaWon Ilarr, Heury Bennor. Liburty—Jacob Shover. Tyrone—Solomon UoutiMin. FrankItn—Jacob I/Ower, John Rutroaa, of. J., Monea UaSenxperger. , . Germany—Dnttiel Oroune. Runtingttih—Jum ' et Darix, John D. Becker,J»mea Townstod Oaniberliinrt—Jnoob Uenner. Freedom—John McCleary. Butler—Charles S. Wright:' Dec. 11. 1834.

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Id=232 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

T« JH. SKELLY respectfolly informs his • old customers and tlte public generally, that he continues the TAILORING BUSINESS, at-hia old_ stand, in_South Baltimore street, where he will be happy to accommodate all who may patronize him. All work entrusted trT his care warranted to fit and be of most substantial make. Thankful for past favors, he splicts a continuance of public patronage. flSF-TAe New Ynrk Spring and Summer Fashions are received. Call and see them. Gettysbiug»..May J^,J854.

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Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

% €m far 311! HOIXOWAY'S OHVOlEttT. Citizens of the .Union,— YOU have done me' the honor as with one voice, from one end of the Union to the other, to stamp the character of my Ointment with your approbation. It is scarcely two years:since 1 made it known to you, and already it has obtained- more celebrity than any other medicine in so shr.rt a period. •THOMAS HOLLOWAY. 38, corner of Jinn $r Nassau sts., New York. JISTONJSHINGC<LRE OF SORE LEGS,

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

THE subscriber hereby gives notice to those who have promised him WOOD on account, thai lie is in want of it, and that unless it is delivered forthwith, without any further noticevtiiH Accuuutywitfbe-placed in the hands of an officer for collection, and the money required. T. WARKEN. Sub-Soil Ploughs ? 0| F the beet quality, always on hand, and .. . ^-forsale,'in Gettysburg*, ' at the Foundry.oi T. WARREN & SON.

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

(K7~ Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware faithfully repaired. ,- WM. B. ELTONHEAD, ' No. 184 South 24 St., « Tow door* above the 2d 8t. Market, Welt Side. J6?*In the South Window of the Store, may be seen the famous BIRD CLOCK, which commands the admiration of the scientific and curious. "" October 2, 1854. ly

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Id=217 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

HARDWARE. A LARGE addition to our stock of Hardware, Carriage Trimmings, &c, has been made, and those in want 01 any article in that line, should not rail to examine our stock. We pledge ourselves to <sell chfap«»r than the cheapest. Come to FAHNESTOOKS'. October 16.1854.

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