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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

PROHIBITION.! T OFFER my sel fas a candidate to represent ' -A-» he-^rti«W8 ^^^ <hHiia^oofttf4n-4h«-ne«ll. LEGISLATURE. Should I receive their 'confidence and be 'elected, I shall endeavor to reiai(i their confidence by faithfully represent* ing them to the best of ray ability. WILLIAM YOUNG. Mountjoy tp., July 31,1854. ASSEMBLY. 7~"' To the VuUrt of Adams county t THE undersigned, at the earnest solicitation : of many friends, has consented to be a candidate lor ASSEMBLY, at the next election. Should the Freemen of Adam* county honor me with their confidence, it shall be roy aim to serve them honestly, faithfully and to the best of my ability. WM. B. WILSON. Menallen Iwp., Sept 4, 1854. ^-^-c ^. . ASSEDIBL¥. " , :~ Totke ^ Independent Votert_ of Jtdamu ea. YI ELDING ta the constant importunities of very many friends, Whigs and Democrats, I hereby announce myself a candidate for election to the LEGISLATU RE, indenendent of patty considerations, and respectfully solicit the ...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

VALUABLE FARMS, JIMOViXTJItJV Mj.l.Vtt, AT PUBLIC SALE. T HE Subscribers, Executors of GEORGE DEARDORFF, deceased, will offer nt Public Sale, on Friday, the 13/A day of Vetoher next, at 10-o'clock, A. M. t on the premises, part of the MA-irsiotfr farm, : of said.deceased, Ritualoin Latimore township, Adams county, Pa., off tho State Road, two mil«£ from "Petersburg, (Y. S.) adjoining lands of Henry Lerew, Jacob Livingston and others, contatnincr . « l.^O Acres, more or less, about 40 acres being good Timbe'lnnd—the whole under good fencing, and the arable part in excellent cultivation. Latimore creek passes through one cornfir of the tract. There is a One-Story DWELLING, a never failing Spring of Water, and a first rate young bearinjr ORCHARD, on the premises. The tract will be offered in one or two parts, as may best suit purchasers. AlfO, or the tame time and p lace, will be.offered the following Timber Lands and Town Lots; ¦ "i- 25 Acres of Good Timber-land, more or leaa,...

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

"Prom the Baltimore Sun of Wednesday last. Democratic Mass Meeting in Exchange Place. In accordance with previous announcement, a very large and enthusiastic meeting of the Democracy was held in Exchange Place—it was the largest meeting held there for several years, the square from Gay to South street being completely filled with people at one time. A neat stand, decorated with national bannei\ and lfghts,_was erected nearthe head of jCommei-ce .-<treet, and the display of flags, banners and transparencies from the several wards wasTvery fine. The meeting wa«x»lledtoor^ der by Mr. J. G. W. Marriott, chairman of the committee of arrangements, and. the following officers proposed and unanimously elected: president—Hon. John Nelson: Vice Presidents—1st ward, Col. John T. Farlow : 2d, A. Adams ; 3d, Henry R. Lauderman ; 4th, Won. H. Hiss; 5th. Hon. Joshua Yausant ; 6th, Wiu. Giltnore : 7th, Thos. Gifford : 8th. P. Gorsuch ; 9lh, Dr. F, E. B. Hintze : 10th, Benjamin C. Presstm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

Tit the Voters of Adams county. FELLOW'CITIZSNS:—At th« solicitation of nnmercus friends, I offer myself to your consideration as a candidate for the office of SHERIFF, at the next election. Should I be elected, it will be my aim to acknowledge the favor by endeavoring lo discharge the duties of the office promptly and with fidelity, HENRY THOMAS. Straban township. Dec. 19, 1853. Ffllowdtizen* ofjthe county of Adams > THE undersigiifed, encouraged by solicitations of numerous friends, announces himself as .a candidate for the office of -KHEclIFF, at the neit election, and respectfully asks the anpport of his fellow citizens. If elected, 1 shall endeavor to discharge thai duties ofthe office with fidelity and impartiality, v ISAAC LEE PER. Cumberland twp., Jan. 6, 1854. TjfELLOW CITIZENS:—At the rpqaestof X many friends I again offer myself as a candidate for the next SHERIFFALTY of Adams comity, and pledge myself, if elected, to discharge the duties of the office satisfacto...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

POSITIVE SALE OF VALUABLE MI-NEB A L_ EANDS. THE undfrsijrnpd, Eveoufor of the last wall of ABRAHAM B1EHL, late of Union township, Adams county, deceased, under the direction df the Orphan's Coii . rt of snid counly, will offer at Public Salp, on the premises, on Friday, the iQlh day of September insl., the Real Estate of said deceased, consisting ot containing 96 Jcres, more or Uss, situate in 15-nion tp., adjoining lands of Clark, Zell & Co., and forming a part of the Trad from wliich that was purchased-in consideration of the valuable IRON ORE upon it, and several hundred tons of which have already been, mined by those gentleman; it also connects with ihe lands of Enoch Lefever, and forms a portion of the •same Ridge from which there is now being taken, on both sides of the Farm, an abundance of as rich-Iron Ore as can be .found in the State. This tract shows every indication of possessing great quantities of rich Iron Ore. The improvements consist of, a &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

— - .mt^HI^^^^^^^W^BB iSsgMS^SSS^S — vdi^wii^ LrJf^ ¦¦ ^^ 'SagMlM ' NOW IS THE TIME! S WEAVER respectfully announces to . _ • the Ladies and Gentleman of Gettysburg and vicinity, :hat helms resumed the Daguerreotype business, at the old stand, in Chambersburg streetpwhere he will be happy to receive visitors' desirous 01 securing perfect D.iguerreolypes of theniselv-£S or friends. UTTng furnished with an entirely new and costly apparatus, he is prepared to take pictures in every style of the art and insure perfect satisfaction. jg^fCharges from 50 cents to §10. gg^Hours of operating from 8 A. M. to 4 4»^- M^ : . ™— -— 8®"In dress avoid light, red, blue, or purple. Dark dress adds much 10 the beauty of the picture.. Sept. 18, 1854. if New Oxford Collegiate and medical Institute. VALENTINE SCHEER, Professor in the C^llegiaie Department, M. D. G. PFfflFFER, Professor in theMedica! Department. THE Winter Session, in the above Institute, will commence on Monday, the 9/A of October next...

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

<2Uie ittatkets. Corrected fro m the latest Baltimore,Yorfc&IIanovor p.ipen BALTCMOKE—Fmdat L ( 8T. Flour,per barrel, §8 37 to 8 50 Wheat, per bushel, 1 50 to 1 65 Rye, " . 1 08 to 1 10 Corn, " 72 to 80 Oats, " 45 to . 53 Cloverseed, " 7 00 to 7 12 . Timothy, " 3 50 to 3 75 Whiskey, per gallon, 41 to 42 Beef Cattle, per kuncL, 4 25 to 7 25 Hogs, " 5 50 to 6 50 Hay, per ton, ]8 00 to20 00 Guano, Peruvian, per ton, 50 00 to51 00 IIAXOTEU—TiiURsrur LASt Flour, per bbl., from stores, $9 50 Do. " " wagons, 8 50. Wheat, per bushel, 1 60 to 1 80 Bye, " 1 00 Corn, . " ' 80 , Oat*, " 50 Cloverseed, " - -- • • 6 00 Timothy, " 2 50 Plaster of Paris, per ton, 7 00 YORK—Fat»Ar Last, _ Flour, per bbl., from stores, §9 25 Do. " from wagons, * 8 50 "Wheat, per bushel, , 1. 87 to 2 Q(> Eye, " 1 05 Corn, " 87 Oats, ." 45 Cloverseed, '* C"w? Timothy, " . 3 5o Plaster bf Paris, per ton, 7 50

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Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

A LOT OF .-GROUND, At Public Sale. IN pursuance of an Order of the Orphan's Court of Adams couniv, the subscriber, Administrator of JOHN ROTH, deceased, will offer at public sale, on the premises, on Saturday, Ike 30/4 day of September nex!y the following Real Estate of kaid deceased, viz LOT ttfL«ROUNB, containing 8 ACRES, more or less, situate in Butler township( Adams county, in the immedtate vicinity of Middletown, adjoining lands of Franris Knouse, William Bream, Henry Hartzell and others. A portion U in Timber. The iinproveinents are a one and a half story Frntne Dwttlllnsr, - JwA Frame Stable, with Thrashing Floor^JjOT attached, Log Shop, and other out- . l ™" buildings; an excellent Well of water near the door, and a first rate young bearing Orchard. (£7- Persons wishing " to view the property are requested to call upon the subscriber, residing tn the same townahip, or on Mrs. Roth r Hresidiflg-onthe-lflt, ——— ^ -*- Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M., on said day, when...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE npHB subscriber, intending to relinquish I farming, offers for sale, on which he resides, situate in Cumberland township, Adams county, near Homer's Mill, and near the roa3 leadirigfrom Gettysburg ,to Taneytown, adjoining lands of James Black, Dr. John Run hie, Eli Horner, and others, containing 153 Acres, more or less; about 40"acres are well-timbered Woodland, with, a due proportion of Meadow. The improvements area one and a half story Log Jkn^. DWELLING HOUSE. Ml a double Log Barn, with sheds all. around ; Wagon Shed, Corn Crib, and other outbuildings; and a well -of neverfaiinig water at the door. Rock creek passes along one side of farm, and a small stream, which iieVer tails, along the other. There is a Young Orchard of choice fruir~on-the premises. The land is under good fencing and "good cultivation, a considerable part having been limed. If the property is not disposed of at Private Sale before Saturday, Ihe 141A day of October next, it will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

REAL ESTATE. IN pursuance of an Ordei of the Orphan's Court of Adams county, the subscriber, Adiminisitrator of JOHN Si'UMP, deceased, will offer at Public Sale, on the premises, on Friday, the 29th day of September next, (he following valuable Real Estate of said deceased, Viz A: " TMW ®£ IMB 9 Containing 98 Acres, more or less, situate in Butler township, Adams county, near Fisher's mill, adjoining lands of Adam and>Wm."Gardner, Jeremiah Diehl, Esq. John Doll, and others. The improvement* are a Two-story Frame Weatherboarded JkajL m n*. -k linjm Ijj \y lii \5 5 q j—&*¦». & Kitchen* Log Barn, Corn Crib, and other outbuildings; a well of never failing water near the kitchen door, and a good thriving APPLE ORCHARD. The land is under good fencing^ andcxceHent cultivation. Also, . ^ ...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

TO TOE MIL.l.IXEKy TRADE JOHN STONE & STgS, ~ " - IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN TRENCH MILLINERY GOODS, iVo. 45 South Second street, Philadelphia, ARE now prepared to offer their customers and the trade, an unusually large and well eelectH assortment of RIBBONS, SATINS, VELVETS, FEATHERS, FLOWERS, .LACES, and every article appertaining to the Jdillinory trade. 0^P" -£>ur stock being of our own direct importation, offers great advantages both in styles and prices. [Sept. 18* 2:n " A"^ ES f«w sale atthe^Gettysburg Steam A-Milk : : L_

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

DIED. On the 30th of Asgttst, Mr. DAVID GRIEST. of USraors township, in the SOth year of his age. On the SUi iest.. at Mill Creek, iluntington county, Pa., Mr. GABRIEL MEALS, o/ tUis place, id the 04tU year of fain age. ' *¦ Ou the 15th insL. Mr. JOSEPH HAUMAX, of Sijftb«i township, " geil 52 years 1 month . ami 22 day*. ^^p* Od tlie 7th init.. is Oxford township, Ad.uus countr. afler a few days illueiw, Mrs. MATtY ANN, wife of Col. David M. Myers, and daughter of the late Michael Shigle, deceased, aged 36 years 6 nuiotliH and 24-dars. Sweet is the scene where Christian 1) die,— Where holy souls retire to rest; How mildly beams tire closing eyo ! ( How gently lieaves th' etpiring breast! At "York Springs," on Similar the 3d inst.. j»ft«r & lingering illness of several yearn, Mia* CATIlARINE JtE.SSIl.RING, (formerly of Westminster, Md.,) aged 47 jears aad 13 days. At We»tminst«r, on the 6th iost., AUGUSTUS, only »oa of John K. nnti Sallie IjoncrweH.aged 5 years and 7 months...

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

A Tract of Woodland. ^ containing 14 Acrea, more or less, situate in Tyrone township, Adams county, adjoinin" lands of Widow Kckenrode, and others. Itis well covered wiih Chestnut and .Black Oak Timber. . " PorBons wishing to view the premises are requested to call upon the subscriber, residing In Butler township, or upon Mr. Abraham Hurnt, residing on the tract first mentioned. Sale to commence at I o'clock, P. M., on said day, when attendance will be given and terms made known by • JONAS ROTH, Jdm'r. Dy the Court—Eden Norris, Clerk. August 28, 1851. is

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

MARRIED. On Thursday last, by Rev. P, Anstajdt. Mr. WILLIAM CULP to Mrs. LYDIA KKINEKERboth of thin Borough. This mornim?, bv the Rev. Robert Johniton. Mr. A. J. POTTEIUXISLD to Miss MARIA WEIUA.NDT, bothol this Borpuglu

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Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

-^WcKMHh—Cheap Watches & Jewelry, WIIOLKSALK & RKTAlL,-atthe Philadelphia Watch and Jewelry Store? No. 00 North Second street, corner of Quarry, Philadelphia. • <iuM I,«vur \V:tti-U<>«, full |(UVulml. ]3carut enact , ? 2S 00 (iulilLvpiiiiM. IKciu-t, - - ' - - a» <>(i SihiT l-evci-H, lull jewi-lcil , - i\i W ^ilwr Lo pim-H. ji-wiils, .- • " • - • (i 00 - rim- <ti'I iii'. • ¦ - i no Superior ^iiiJirt mr.H , • -' - - ' n|J (i..|.lVpt.i-*.aiin« , - ' - , - - 7-lllt V'uw. >ilvt*i- il«r. ... 1 f)0 (i.,l.l l:i-.v.-itl.-iv, - .-.- • . :; mi l..nlii^' (i'it.1 I'fPlL-ilfi. ... 1 (1(1 Sll. mi- Te.i S.p'ii - 1114, M«t > - . ¦ - . 5U0 <;<il<l I'miH, with IViinliUnl Silvnr llolili-r, ' " - -100 -O.ultl Kingi-r Rinys 37i fi-nisto $80; V\ uic-b (il.isses, pi.tin, 1'jj c-euls, patent Irt^; l.iinet '2. '); utlmr articles .in proportion. All goods warr.luted Lo be what they are-sold for. STA [J KF E It A...

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Id=217 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

. ¦ % €%u far ail! WLOIAAiXV\IT'S O5.\TMEST ; Citizens.of Ihe Union, —' YOU have done me. the honor as with onevoice, froia one end of the Union to th» other, to stamp the cKaracter ol my. Ointment with your apprdbafion. 1. h is. scarcel y two years since I made it known to you, anif alread y it has obtained more celebrity, than any other medicine in so slu.rt a ^ pennd. , THOMAS HOLLOW AY. 3S; corner if Ami. $- JVaffsuu »U., Xete ' l~»rR. ASTONISHING CURB OF SORE LEGS^ -AFTER NINE YEARS' STANDING. Cop.rof a Letter from,Mr. J. W". Latt^Trr. of RunfMvilte YatOciu ci>., NwtU.<;iu-feiiaa. diiU-a Xvv. lit. Ioi3^ . ' RHA1) HIS OWN WOK I)*. To Professor Hoixowav : Sir,—Il' is not my wish lo become notorious, neither iSsthis letter written for the mere sake of writing; but to say, that your Ointment ermo * me of one of the most dreadful cutaneous diseases rfujt fiesh is heir to, "and which was considere \ y alj who knew me, to be entirely beyond the reach? of medicine. Fo...

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Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

DOCTOR JOHN " A. SVVOPE, HAVING located permanently in .Gettysburg, offors his prpfessionaPsetvices to thts public. Office and residence in York street, opposite the Bank. ¦ Gettysburg, April ai, 1854. ly._y. " ' • RKMOVAfc, J. LAWENCE HILL, M. D., HAS his Office one door west of the Lutheran church, in Chambershurg street, and opr posite Graminer's strn-e, where those wishing to have any Oentsil Oa>eration performed aro respectfully -invited to call. K E KE'B B SCE S : , Dr. D. Gilbert, Dr. C. N. U&rliiehjsDr. D. Horner,JRev. C. P. Kranth,.D.p., Rer. H. L. Bangher, D. l>.. Rev. Prof. William M. Re,y f nolds,Rev. Prof.M. Jacobs, Prof. M.L.Stcever. Gettysburg, April 11, 1853. tf "~ w m7 bTmcTc l l l an i* Attorney at Lawr——v^ OFFICK on the soutTi side of the Public Square, two doors west of the. Sentinel ? ffirv> ^ __ _ • -Vu . tr. t3>. 1R53. _ DAYID WILLS, Attorney at Law, HAS ta!;en Mr. StkvcSson's otTice, Xorth West Corner of Centre Square. " ...

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Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

GREAT ATTRACTIONS S FAHNKSTOOK& SONS have just re _ • ceived and ace. now opening one of llitj. lurcest & most complete a.ssortinefiU of Spring and Suinnio Dress Goods ever offurrd xo tin: public. Ourseleetinn having been made with g reat care, ami our stuck pure based at reduci-J prices,-we feel prepared to presnnt iuducfnienis suc:ti as are rarely offored. Our stock of Dry Goods bus never been surpassed and with the addition of our last purchase, eomprisinc as it does Ckitbs of all prices , stud qualities; Cassimeres, Voslings, Kentucky Jeans, Plaids fnr t'lliiUlren, Uer.ige De Laines, M. Do.i.ainHsi, Beriiga 's, lieragtt Alpacas, <_* ;*1—i«of>s f'• '¦ OihghuuiH, SfjAWLS, (Oaslunew. Thibet and White Crape, of every variety,) we -cliailengo the, coiinty'to produce their equal, as regards quality and price. " Having ii<ltleil largely to our v.iriety of (aroccrj ' f'.N, we are prepared lo lurnish the lines! qualities <if Syrup, »V1 ohisse...

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Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

,1'ROCIiABSATBOJV . €n fyi (Citifttts of jPcttqshurg. PulvermaCkaer** SBydro- EHecfric /CONSTRUCTED to be worn next to trie \y skin, producing a constant current of un;- i\TERRUPTEn Ei.KCTtti) magnetism—effecting IMMEDIATE RELIEF, FROM ALL ACUTE PAINS, and a - Pcrmanent cure of Setifahj^ie Diseases ! Piilverma'cher'a Eleelrin Chains were first used in r ranee, three years since, for the cure o? Nervous Disease*, and . after being submitted to the most thorough trial, in every hospital in Parrs, by the most learned professors in that city, they were recommended to the Gov ~ eminent of France, who granted a patent for the discovery. During the years 1851-2, they were' introduced in Germany, Austria, Prussia and'England, and one year since, introduced and patented by the United States Government, Most Astonishing Cures' nf ¦ " Rlienin.itiKin. £t. Vitui : s Dnnee, I' uiund iiml J<wellivl Joints , l'ulpit.-itiiin of tlie Heart, Xeiiral-riu ' of the K»i-e, l'i;ri<»lii-al...

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Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

If Yon Want -a First-Kale CARRIAGE, - • GIVE US A CALL! THE undersigned would most respectfully inform their friends and .the public generally, that they have entered into partnership for the purpose oi ' pursuing the Carri.ige-rnaking business,'in all its various branches, and are located on Washington street, one lot south of Chambersburg street, GettyhUurg, Pa".— They have on hand, and will constantly be prepared to put np, ai short notice, Elockaway & E3oatf-&lo<3y Carria--osC2»i»riotecsfsaggrics g , , , Square Carriages, §rc. They feel. 'safe in giving the assurance that their work cannot be surpassed by any other establishment in the place, having nous but the best workmen employed, and using none bait the' best materials. They invite culls from all who desire lo purchase anything iii (heir line—their work and terms cannot but'please. - Jlrpuiring done, cheaply dnd expedkiously. Country produce taken iii exchange for work. MMI1AEL MEALS, " 15. G. H...

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