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Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
LIST OF LETTERS, Remaining in the . Post Office at Gettysburg Jahuary 1, 1855. Armstrong Mary^f " Kerns Emily M. Beininjrer Marc. Latshaw Peter Bream P. 2 Miles Catharine Mrs Beisely Geo. Milter Elizabeth . Bell James McLellan Capt. Jno CofTmian Jacob H. Heirs of the Late Cotton Emily H. Muser Geo. Chambers Rebecca . O'Njel Peter Cuvld Lavinia Powell W. S. Deshon, Daniel Read Daniel Di£gs Sus;in " Schierenbeck Mr. 2 Deitrich Wm.H. Sohriver Margaret Dorr Abraham Slonaker David Dotlnrar M, E. Staufler Abner K. Hngy John - Swartz Hiram Hager Mr. Tate Robt. HamMton Elizabeth Wnrings L. T. Hartzell Mary E. Wierman T. T. Hnrman Sain'l. Wetherall Wm. E. Herman Jacob Wilson Mary Heriter Jacob -Zittle Horatio Huffman Louisa German letter. Kazenmneyer Matiaa Claude Beget Monsieur Keiffy or Heiffy Sally WM.GILLESPIE. P. M. in fj^7* Per8ons calling letters abov e List will please say they are advertised. , January 1, 1855.
Id=207 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
PROTECTION 4<iAI\ST LOSS BY FIftE. THE undersigned informs property-holder 3 that he has been, duly appointed A"ent of the PERRY COUNTY MUTUAL " FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, and that he^ts the »nly Agent in Adams county for the same. He will take original and renew old Insurances for snid Company, which, since its Incorporation, in 1843, has secured the perfect confidence of the people of Adams and the adjoining counties, (it beine authorized to effect Insurances in any part of the State.) Its integrity and ability have been fully and satisfactorily demonstrated. The gradation of rates of Insurance is adapted to the mutual interests of the whole Company and the class of the insured propprty. Every person insuring becomes a member of the Company, and may act in the selection of officers and in the direction of its operations. .ftSr. Hon.. Moses McClean represents the members in this county in the Board of Managers. C. Ruth, Jr., is Presfdent, and John Campbell Secretary. Office...
Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
NEW GOODS AGAIN ¦S0HI0S-' HAS just opened one of the largest, prettiest and cheapest stocks of FALL & WINTER GOODS ever brought to Gettysburg, and he invites the public to call, examine and judge for themselves—no trouble to show Goods. His new stock embraces a very large variety of s. Ladies ' Dress Goods, such as Silks, Turc Satins, Mous Delanes, Bombazines, French Merinoes, Deliajjes, Alpaccas, Coburg Cloths, Ginghams, Calicoes, &c. &c. &c. In the I ine of Gentlemen's Wear, he has selected a choice lot, of all stylesand prices: Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans, &c. &c .. His stock of FAMY GOODS is also very fine, and too numerous to enumerate. Call and see. ThankfuLfor past favors, SOH1CK solicits a continuance of public patronage. He will always endeavor to deserve it, by selling good Goods, at the lowest living prices. "Quick Sales and Small Profits," is his motto. October 33, 1854.
Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
¦———— J —^^ . HAS h'sOffice-onedoor westofttye Lutheran church, in Chamberaburg street, and opposite Grammer's store, where those wishing tohaveany Dental Operation performed are respectfully inviied to call. KEFERC.VCES: Dr. D. Gilbert, Dr. C.N. Bertuchy,Dr.D. Homer, Rev. C. P. Kraoth, D.D., Rev. H. L. Bangher.D. D., Rev. Prof. William M. Reynolds,Rev. Prof.M.Jacobs, Prof. M.L.Steever. Gettysburg, April 11, 1853. if DOCTOR JOHN -A. SWOPE, HAVING located" permanently in Gettysr ______.Kiirg. offers his professional services to fhe ^ puBTic. Office ~ arid residence in TToTlf street, opposite the Bank. Gettysburg, April 24, 1854. ly
Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
PKOCLAMATION. WHKRE AS the Hon. Robert J. Fisher, President of the several Courts or Common Pleas, in the Counties composing the 19th District,and Jnsticeof the Courts of Oyer and Terminer, and GeneraL-Jaii Delivery, for the uiaXjif ^ ajl^arjh^l arfi3_other offehders in the saU district,and Kamuel R. Russell and John Maoiklky, Eso\s. Judges of the Courts of Common Pleas, and Justices of the Courts of Oyer and Terminer,anu General Jail Delivery, for the trial ot all capital and other offenders in the County of Adams—have issued their precept hearing date the 24th day of Novemher.in the year of our Lord one thousand eighthundred and fifty-four, and to mo directed, for holding a Court of Common Pleas, and General Quarters Sessions of the Peace, and General Jail Delivery, and Court of Over and Terminer, at Gettysburg, on Monday, the ICttAdny c/Jnn'y. next—Notice is Hkheiiv Given to all the Justices of the Peace, the Coroner and Constables within the said County of Adams, that they b...
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
\ TAX APPEALS. rj^HB) COMMISSIONERS of Adams coun-_ \ _ iyr hereby give notice that they have fixed upon ihe followfrignirnes for the holding of appeals fur the several Boroughs and Townshi p* of Adams county, at the office of the County Commissioners at Gettysburg, when and where iliey will attend to hear appeals, between the hours of 9 o'clock, A. M., ami 3 o\slock, P. M. For the townshi p* ot Mountjoy, Germany, Union, Conowago, Mountpleasant, Berwick, Oxford, Straban, Hamilton, Reading, and Tyrone, on Thursday, the With of January next. For the townships of Hcintington, Latiinore, Menallcn," Uutler, Franklin, Hainiltonban. Liberty, Freedom, Cumberland, and the Bo* rough of Gettysburg, on Friday, the 20th of January next. JOHN MICKLEY,jr., ) ? JA.MKS J. WILL8. 5-f—GBORGE MYERS, ) , - Jlttest^^liJLuaaiNJA^u.QH^JJiiirkL. Dec. 18, 1854. td
Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Mf tiia&ua aiwMi, No. 240 Pratt Street, Baltimore ISRAEL KNODE. Proprietor. JOHNG. KNODE, Superintendent. May 8, 1854. ly Second-hand Carriages. - A FEW anod second-hand CARRIAGES and BUGGIES to be had for Cash or PPJiDiiy _Pl9iuce, at C. VV. HOFFMAN'S Coach factory. August 14. Dissolution of Partnership. THK partnership heretofore existing between TIPTON & BRO., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be continued at the old stand, in the Diamond, by J. W. Tipton. Jiinuary I, 1855. pOMK ONE ! COMB ALL !—Tosee those Vy cheap Goodsjuat received by Oct. t. A. ARNOLD.
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
TAKE NOTICE. r|1HB undersigned wishes all who are in-JL dnoted to him by note orbook account, to call and pay up on or before the tint day of February ntxt. Those who disregard this notice w itl find their accounts in the hands of an officer for collection. Jn-.. 1, 1855. ABR'M. ARNOLD. STOVES—STOVES! ON hund ami for sale, a great variety of COOK STOVES—very cheap. Call anil see them. GEO. ARNOLD. September 17=T85T. "~ A Good Family Horse for Sale. riiHE undersigned has forsalea good ~>-/^ JL FAMILY HORSE—dark brown.THS six years old next spring, gentle, and sound as a dollar. For further information apply to Dec. 18. 3t J. L. HOLTZWORTH.
Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
NOTICE TO HUNTERS THIS ia to notify all persons from trespass, ing on our premises, (being in SttahftB township,) by gunning or otherwise. We therefore are determined to-enforce the full exlent of the law on all that disregard thia notice. . Joteph Wible, John Herbst, George Howard, Daniel Spongier, Peter irosClc, Christian Banner, William Spongier, Ephraim Deardorff, Daniel SlalUmith, John M. Brinkerhoff, DavidS. Shfffer, Daniel Benner, Henry Monfort, Wm\ Wible, John Wible, J. B. Leas. John Bender, Daniel Lady. J^ S5 ' l854 ! _ *L_-_ —— WflCB TO «UHF* liBSr pHE undersigned herebyijfrtify all persons LiaoainaLJfu g nassinfir on their premise*.
Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
NOW IS THE TIME S WEAVER respectfully announces to • the Ladies and Gentlemen of Gettysburg and vicinity, :hathehas resumed the Daguerreotype business, at the old stand, in Chambersburg street, where he will be happy to receive visitors desirous of securing perfect Daguerreotypes of themselves or friends. Being furnished with an entirely new and costry " apparatTis,Tie is prepared to take pictures in every style of the art and insure perfect satisfaction. igy-Charges from 50 cents to S10. flSy-Hcwrs of operating from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. Jgy-In dress avoid light, Ted, blue, or purple. Dark dress adds much to the beauty of the picture. Sept. 18. 1S54. -tf
Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
NEW ESTABLISHMENT. CE.OTI11MG MADE TO ORDER. ri^HK undersigned takes pleasure in inform* JL ing the citizens of Gettysburg mid the public generally, that he is prepared to furnish GARMENTS ot all kinds, for GENTLEMEN'S WEAR ' , at the shortest notice, and in the latest possible style. Having opened a Merchant Tailoring establishment, in ChambenPurg street, opposite the Lutheran church, and secured the services of experienced workmen, he feela confident of pleasing all who may favor him with their patronage. Country produce taken in exchange for work. J. S. GRAMMER. December 4,1854.
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
REGISTERS jNOTICE. TWTOTICE 18 hereby given to all Legatees _i.l nnd other persons concerned, that the jidministratitm Accounts hereinafter mentioned will be presented nt the Orpiian!a_i>oii_rt. of Adams county, for confirmation and Hllowance, on Monday, the 15/A of January next, viz : 1. The acjUfct oi Jacob Hankoy, Executor of the last «||^nd testament of Philip Scliriver, deceased, who was Administrator of Wm. Hartzel), deceased. ii. The first and final account of George Chritzman, Administrator of Henry Hollingef, deceased. WM. F. WALTER, Register. Register's Oftine, Gettysburg, ) December 18. 1854. <
Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
THE subscriber, wishing to remove to the West, offers at Private Sale, that truly situated in North Market Street, Frederick City, M<l. The improvements consist of a large and substantial Two-Story ^^hm^ BKiCK HOUSE, fljgjgfl fronting on Market Street, nfiy"0MBtaBt five feet by thirty-six feet deep; attached is a crick Back Building, sixty feet deep; there are aho a Brick Smoke House, Hog Pen, and other out buildings; a large paved wagon yard and a S:ahle» capable of Stabling forty hor8esr with a neverfailing well of excellent water adjacent and .a omnn stock in the same.
Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
HEADY-MADE CLOTHING. George Arnold HAS now entered in (he Clothing business extensively, and has - EXPERIENCED WORKMEN in his employment, constantly cutting out and making up, out of his own cloths, Over Coats, Dress Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Monkey Jackets, &c. &c. # All kinds of Clothing made to order, on short notice. Constantly on hand and for sale a great variety of Clothing, of his own manufacturing, as cheap as the cheapest. Call and see tht'm. VVecannoi be beat. October 30r 1854..
Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
COL. E. COBEAN, AT THE GETTYSBURG STEAM MILL. • THE subscriber has completed his new . Steam Mill, and is now prepared to SAW TIMBER and CHOP GRAIN at usual rates and short notice. Farmers aod others can - have Sawing and Ghooping-done-at-any-time^ (£7-Hanover prices in Cash will be paidfor Rye, Corn and Oats, at the Steam Mill. (tVFeed constantly on hand and for sale. C. W. HOFFMAN. Aueust 14, 1854. ly
Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Q(!)&9lj)»(£M(3-()(2}3 fW^HE subscriber, thankful for past favors, J_ respectfully informs the public that he contimips the Coach-making business, in all its various branches, at his Old Stand, in York street, (formerly- Buchingham's,) where he has on hand, and will manufacture to order, Roekaway and Boat-body Carriages, BUOGIKS. JIiHSEY WAGONS,&c, all of the best ma:erials, and by the best of workmen. Call and judge for yourselves. LEONARDSTOUGH. ¦ Gettysburg, April 6, 1846.
Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Fancy Articles.—To see a fine collection of Fancy articles, at very reduce ed prices, go to Fahnestocks',_wJiere you can select from a lar<je " 'assortment, including Sewing Birds, Port Monates, Cabas,Fans, French worked, Swiss, Cambria, Honoton and Bobinett Collars, Top and Side Combs, &c. &c., all of which can be purchased at the lowest rates at the sign of the RED FRONT. MUSLINS7*Efnen9 and Tickings Tor sale at t SCHICK'S.
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
: GJSUSL JiESS ^ Al hw old stand, in Souih Baltimore street, where he will be happy to accommodate all who nmy patronile him. All work en-SruBlea H lb~1its care ~ wafraritea' lo"~fiFand ~ be " of most substantial make. Thankful for past favors, he solicts a continuance of public patronage. tSfThe New York Spring and Stuamer Fashions are received. ' Call and see them. Gettysburg, May 1,1854. '
Id=217 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
MACKEREL , Codfish, Salmon, Herring, Pork, Hama and Sides, Shoulders, Lard and Cheese, constantly on hand and for sale bv J. Palmer &. Co., Market Street Wharf. PHILADELPHIA. October y , 1851. 3ia