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Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

€\)t ^liHErirnn ' s/npiiJi! S0LL07TAY»3 PILLS. To lh* Citizens of the United States.-1 MOST litimbty and sincerely thank you for the immense patronage which yo;i have bestowed upon my Pills. I'take this opporj tunity of stating that my Ancestors were all Amerjcan Ciiizei 9, and that I entertain for all lhat concerns America and ihe Americans, the most lively sympathies, so much so that I originally compounded these Pills expressly to suit your climate, habits, constitutions, and man n e f~6 f 1 i v i ngTi 1 rTteifd f h jf. ' ! (fls tab ITb Ifm y s&l I amonsj you, which 1 have now done, hy taking premises in New York. THOMAS nOLfcfrWrt¥i—38, f ornernf Ann and Afyusau Sts.^ New Yor k PURIFICATION OF THE BLOOD, AND I.fVKR A NO BIMOyg COMPLAINTS. The citizens of the Union suffer much from disorders of the Liver and Stomach, scarcely any are ff«e: frotn these destructive maladies, lienfie life wears fast. The fair awe, perhaps the most handsome in the world, up to a certain per...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

¥««!, T' H. SKELLY respectfully informs his • old customers and the public generally, that be continues th'e TAILORING liUSINESS,at his old stand, in South Baltimore sljeel7where he " willbeTiappy toaccommodate all who may patroniflR him. AH work entrusted to his care warranted to fit and be of most substantial rrmke. Thankful for past favors, he solicta a continuance of public patronage. BSS^TAe New York Spring and Sttmmer Fashions are received. Call and see them. Getiysbuig, May 1,1854. TAKE NOTICE. I^HE undersigned wishes all who are indebted to him by note or hook account, to call and pay up on or before the f ir.il day of February next. Those who disregard this notice will nnd their accounts in the hands of nr. officer for collection. . Jin. 1, 1855. ABR'M. ARNOLD. " SPOUTING! SPOTTINGT" C1 EORGE and Henry Wampler will make JT House Spouting and put up the same low. for cash or country produce. Farmers and all others wishing their Houses, Barns, &c spouted, would ...

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Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

AMERICAN AETISTS' UNION! ri^HE American A rti sts' Union would re-X - fipectfully announce 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 Eugnviiigs, Sy the first Aitists of the Age, they have determined, in order to create an extensive sale for their Engravings, and thus not only give employment to a large number of artists and others, hut inspire among our counlryniPn a laste for works of art, to present to the purchasers of their Engravings, when 250,00(1 of which are sold. I 250,000 GIFTS, OF TH E ACTUAL COST | OF $150,000 j Ench purchaser of a.One Dollar Engraving, ¦ therefore, receives not on!y an Engraving ; richly w<>uh the money, but also " a ticket i which entitles him to one of the Gifts when they are distributed. For Vive Dollars a highly finished Eiiirraviujr, beautifully PAINTED in OI...

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Id=224 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

PROCLAMATION €ir tjje Citijtm nf (grttysbitrg. Pnlvermaclier's Hydro-Electrle /CONSTRUCTED to be worn next to the vy skin, producing a constant current nf p tt-INTERRUPTED KLECTKO MAGUKTtSW effecting IMMEDIATE RELIEF, FROM ALL ACUTE PAINS, and a Permanent cure vf Neuralgic Diseases! Pulvermanhcr ' f s Electric Chains wero first rrsed in France, three years srnee, for the curef of Nervous Diseases, anil after being submitted to the most thorough trraf, in every hospital in Paris, b y lhe most lear.jae«! professors ir* that city, they were rerommen^erf ro the Government of France, who granted a patent for the discovery. During she yea»s 185T-2, they were introduced in Germany, Austria, Prnssra and England, and one year smce, rntrodaeerS and patented hy the UnttrtJ States Government. Must Astonishing ( ares nf Jthe«matrsm. St. Ti "tns r s Dance. Pninrnlnntl S-v«»If«r Joints, Pnlpfiati'onof tlio rTesrt r Neu ralKia of th<> Face, Ppriwlfcat Hradaeho. IVnfnfvM. nrin&am...

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Id=207 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

F^EUCH T RTJSS ES, WKIGHl-IO LKS3 TU IX 1*' t OOfCKS. Far thu Cure !>f /icrnia nr Jiuptur*. 4 CKNOWLEDtJED liy the hi?h«-ft med-_/\_ i<:al nnih<>riii»-« . of Philadelphia, incfim» p;iralify superior to any oilier in «**•. Sufferers will be gratified to-l«arn-that tlie-oc«a«i»m now offt^fji to procure not only the iiiiktexl and mmt eui>tf, but as durahle a Truss as any other, in lieu of the cuntbrnu* and unemnfnrtitble article, usually sold. TbrfpTis no difficulty attending the fitting, and when the pad in located, it will retain its position without change. j Persons at a dntance unahle to cnll <>n tho i Rtibscriher, can hnve the Truss s^nt to any , ndilrexH, hy remitting Five l)ullar» for the sin- j p ie Truss, ot Ten fnr ihf double—with, meas- j lire rrmn. rf- the hijt«-and staling- «ido affected. | Ii will he. exchanged to suit it not fitting, by , retnmiriiT it at once t uni«(»i!ed. For sa'e only bv the Imporler, ~ CALEB B. NEED...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

" HARDWARE STORE. THE sobscri'iers would respectfully announce tothi'ir friends and the public that «hey har« opened h NKW HAKDVVaKK STOItB, in Bn./timort- .Srreet. adjinninn the residence of David Zit«lcr, Gellg*lhi?g,in which tltey are opening a large and general assortment of HARDWARE, Iron, *lecl, fiiro€«'rie*, CUTLERY. COACH TRIM MINGS, SPRINGS, AXLES, . *§*"« (Ecbar-marr, Sl)oe inking?, PalntMy Oils, and Dye-stuffr, in general,-including every dexcii|Uion of arliclt*H in the above linen of business, to which they—invite th« alteritrun of Coach-makers? Binckamiths, Carpenters, Cabinet-makers, Shoe-makew, Saddlers, and the public generally. Our stock having been delected with great earn and purchased for Cash, we guarantee (for the Ftpad y Money,) to dispose of any part of it on a* reasonable terms as they can be purchased any where.-—VVe-parHculariy-request a call from our friends, and earnestly solicit a share ot public U vor, as we are determined to establish a character fo...

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Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

MATCHES! MATCHES JOHN DONNELLY, - . . MANUFACTURER AND INVENTOR OF -=-Safety Patent Square Upright Wood Box 31 at dies, No. 106 North Fourth St. (above Race,) Phila. MATCHES , having become an indispensable article in housekeeping, the subscriber after a great sacrifice of time and meney, is enabled to offer to the Public an article at once combining Utility and Cheapness. The inventor knowing the danger apprehended on account of. the flimsy manner in which Mutches are generally packed in paper, has by the aid of New Steam Machinery of his own invention, succeeded in eettinffiip a SAFETY PATENT SQUARE UPRIGHT WOOD BOX; this box is far preferable, in as much that it occupies no more room than the old round vvjjbd boxand contains al least Two Hundred^er Cent, more Matches, which to Shippers^fcons\Aenb\e advamage; it is entirely new, and secure against moisture and spontaneous combustion, and dispels all dang er on transportation by means of Railroad, Steamboat or any other ' m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

C.IRISTMASrfeireW YEAFl Choice and Valuable Books. Ill A VK"jtiii received from Philadelphia and New Yoik, the best English and American editions of the be«t Authors in every dep nrtmeiit of Literature, known as standard A:itln>r* of value, and BOUN R IN A MOST .SUPKUIOK MANNER, in the choicest library styles of calf extra, half calf gilt and antique, Turkey Morocco, &c. &o., forming altogether the most superb collection of Books which \ have ever had the pleasure of offering to my numerous friends and customers ; and which, together with an unrivalled stock of Elegantly Illustrated Works, /SJjMtjBL 2S3l' 2£QilS9.9- && Trayer and Hymn Books, Superbly Bound Books, and best Editions in Library Bindings, now displayed in tempting arrxy on numerous loaded counters, form altogether an endless variety~ TTdra which . to select Christmas and New Year. Presents, as to fully keep up our well-known reputation of offering the finest assortment of desirab...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

• To Take Bust out of SteeL Cover th<? steel with sweet oil, well rubbed on it: m two dwj's nse unxlaclverl lime, finel y 7'owdcred, to ruK * until the rust disappears.— . To take iron stains out of a marble chimneypiece :—Mix in.a bottle an equal quantity of 1W-h Kpirit of vitriol and lemon-juice ; shako this well: net the spots, nnd. in a few mh\- utes. rub with .soft linen until they disappear. To Pw.vbxt Cctlrhv prow RcsTr\-<j —Case Tinives. ¦WRirh chains, and other smull articles inndeof Kt«e1. may In- preserveil fiom rust, b y V-in» carefully ' uri|ied after u»i\ and then _ ^ vrm»ped jn w»rs«brmvn papervjllie_ virtue_of *-hti-hisstt*h. that nil hardware goods from Shvffi«4d aj»>l other reuowm-d jilaci-ri of ruauui*ctum, *»e always winpin-d j n the same. To 3!«r Otuwiw WATua.—Take one ¦qnartof Bicohol. aud to it add of ..i| of lemon Jiud «Tl <«f iKisemnry, * ^itariex. of an ounce <-ach : «il Atf lnyi-niier, out- <irachm : oil of ciu-•...

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

NOW READY. KELLER KURTZ'S Holliday Stock of Elegantl y . Illustrated ami Standard HOOKS, adapted for Christmas and New Year Presents, the Drawing-Room Table, &c.; are. now ready for examination. Also, CHILDREN'S BOOKS, in endless variety. Kitrta's is a perfect storehouse of delight frr the little ones, where they can.purchase from the . simplest Toy Book up to the most expensive colored ec'itton. [Dec.18. 1854._ Se6ond-hand Carriages. V FEVV good second-hand CARRIAGES and BUGGIES to he ha«! for Cash or Country Produce, at C. W. HOFFMAN'S Coach Factory. Augu6l 14. M ACKEREL, Codfish, Salmon, Herring, Pork, Hams and Sides,.Shoulders, Lard and Cheese, constantly on hand and fur sale by J. I'aluicr & Co., Market Street M-'barf, PHIL-IDELPUIJ. October 9, 1S51. Sin DO you want CHEAP " ' GROCERIES 1 Goto FAHNESTOCKS'. a ^ UEENSWARE AND GROCERIES.— A. ARNOLD is now receiving a lar^e lot of Queensw.ire, which he will sell |i>w. CalJ and ses. Oci. -J.

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Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

C)t fnw «<rtnsfbtfjifr. . -. ,..:/ Use of Lime-( T^rfrfc tii)'«! % " shout"!" wrW lie «sr><1 $ir«omWy»Vi«>ri it-it)* fltiiuini ti>«u<t:«s. When in con-*:i<*r irit'lJTMlu-nn it wt* ' llu'ir ammonia free, jrjid5i»p*ir*. «sy. destroys, the eftjuaey of such i is .iiMiri's.' Jlild lime, or lime that b»s te-1 * ln*i>rt«.<4 this eairbonie s«id which bus hcen ^ /liivt'H off iu the process of burning—marls. | Hif!U. - "" atrtrf aftd shell-sand, being carbonates, j <lo hot " ftcert: tbc baneful influence jnf quick Jiino, and n»ny riverefore *ery advantageousl y i>c iiNcd in connection with orgunic manures. ;M»rts; 1« every farm, way also he tfsed. with linrij-yarU and stable ' " jnaTmres; or any other Jdrid contninuig ftminoimical compounds, as the Jiiuv i« them, lieing carbonate, cannot exert nny injurious influence upon, them. Marl jnSg ht he used, with gntkno. - the most oonecnuAiciii4^{Laub»:il mannreg, 1 a...

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Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

THE WAll GOING ON! nnHE'war in Europe is largely engrossing |_ public attention, and prices generally are going.up. But the undersigned would suggest to his customers " and everybody else that he ban just returned from the city, with the cheapest zndbest stock of a®spii^9 rmn9 Nuts, Confectionary, Fancy Soaps, &c, he has evor he lore offered. Call and judge for yourselves, and if yon do not pronounce his goods among the cheapest ana best yon have ever looked at, then is he greatly mistaken. His stock comprises, in part, Coffees, l?ugar8, ~ Tea8VO1idcolates, Syrups, Molasses, Crackers, Oranges, Lemons, Almonds, Palm Nuts, Pea Nuts, English Walnuts, Filberts; -©tmrecttoTTtrry-, of a hundred -sortsj-Pepppr; Cinnamon, Cloves, Soda SaleraUts, Washing Soda, a large variety of Fancy Soaps, and everything else in his line. or 0^7-Cash Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods ^ - The Flour and Feed business is continued. Highext market prices paid. WM. U1LLESPIK, Jn York...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

1 KEW GOODS AGAIN 1 ~ nAS jiiRt opened one of tho largest, preilies ' i anil cheapest stocks of FA LI/ & WINTER GOODS ever hmuglu to (Jettysiuirjr, ahd he inv«t«H ttm public «o call, e.JWiaine and juHge fur them selves—-no trouble to eliiw OoiiiU. His ' new slock embraces a very large »urjety of " Ladies' Dress Good*? Bimb a« Silks, 'Pure Siticm, Mous Delanen, BonibHzioes. French Merinot-u, I)el«a<:es, Afpaccnu, ' Cohiirg Cloths, liinghams, CalicofB, &c. &e. &e. In Hie line of ftcnll«nien' « Weir, he. has selected a choice lot, of -til style* and prices: Clothsr C«»«f»im»-fes, Vtsstinga, Satinet*,. Kemncky Jearrs, &c &c; His stock of FAMY GOODS is also very, fine, and too nunierou* to enuine.rate. Call sini^v; : Thankful for past favors. SCHICIv solicits a cmiinuHnce. of pubijc patronage. He will always endeavor to deserve it, by selling good Good* , at the lowest living prices. ••Quick Sales and .Small Profits," is his motto....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

mOlMEY LOST ? Tisan ESTABLISHED FACT that m, I riv ' persons lost money by nor purchasing (too«8 hi the well known CHEAP STORE ot Abram Arnold, at his o!d stand, on the South East corner of the Diamond, where he is now receiving the cheapest, prettiest an« best selerted Stock of Fall and Winter Gnods, eq«r before offered to the citizens of Adams county, consisting, in part, as follows : Black, Blue and Brown French Cloths, Fancy, Felt and Beaver Cloths for Over Coat3, (Newest Styles,) Black and Plncy Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, Cassinets, &c.&c. for Men's wear, Silks, Mous de Laine, Alpacas, Mennoes, Plain and Fancy Sack Flannels, also a beautiful assortment of Satins and Silks for Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbon, and a great variety of other articles, . all of which the public are respectfully-requested to call and examine for tliemselyes,jbelieving that it is only necessary to see oiirgoods, price them, and examine, Jo induce persons to purchase, A large lot of Trunk...

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Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

A FRESH SUPPLY! nrHIB undersigned has just returned from X «he City with a large supply of FRESH GOODS, which be is prepared to sell at prices which cannot be beat. His stock consists of GROCERIES, of all kinds, Sugars, Molasses, Coffees, Teas, Finn, Salt, Crackets, Cheese, Pickled Cucumbers, &c. Also, Fruits and Confections, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisins, Prunes,&c —Also, Powder, S,bnt, Tobacco, Spgars, Gail's celebrateJ German Smoking Tobacco, and a variety of other articles—AIbq, a firstrate assortment of the best qualities of LIQUORS. Wines ano Brandiufl, of different kinds,N. E. Rum, 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. 0^7- Also, always on hand a variety of Stone Jugs, &c.—'Give us a call. EMANITEL ZIEGLER. Getty s burg, May 15, 1854.

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Id=221 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST! rpHE undersigned has just returned {Tom JL Philadelphia with a large and .fashionable '&mz -w mm% which he will dispose of at VERY UEDL ED PRICES to,all who may favor him wiJ-^ a call. His assortment consists of the following: SHAWLS, FLANNELS, PLAID SILKS, MUSLIN'S, F. MERINOES, LINEN, M. DELAINES, BLANKETS, WOOL PLAIDS, QUILTS, DEBEGES, CLOTHS, CASHMERES, CASSINETS, PERSIAN CLOTHS, SATINETS, CALICOES, COLLARS, GINGHAMS, NANDKKKC'PS RIBBONS, VEILS, &c. Also, a lot of Groceries and Queensware, which were bought low and will be sold low for Cash or country produce. To punctual customers a credit of six months. J. S.'GRAMMER. October 16. 1854. tf

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Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

Cure for Burns. The American Agriculturist Sflys, "of all applications tor a burns, we believe there are none iqual to a simple covering of common, wheat JIuur. This is always at hand, nnd while it requires noi skill in using, it produces almost astonishing effects! The moisture produced ijpon the'surface of a slight or deep burn, is at onee : absorbed by the flour, nnd forms a paste which ' tdin ' ts out the air. As long as the fluid niaUer-s continue flowing, they nro absorbed, and thus prevented from producing irritation* as they would do if kepi from passing off by oily or resinous applications, ulnle the, grenter -the*rbonnt-of-t«ese-irtiRorbt"|- 'by-thc-flonrrthe thicker the protecting tovoiing. Another nd-¦v.intage of the flour covering is. that next to the surface it is kept moist nnd flexible. Tr can also In. readily washed off, 'without farther irritation fn removing.'. It mny be occasional-Jy washed off very carefully when it has become matted and dry and a new covering...

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Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

Cheap Watches & Jewelry, WHOLESALE ^ RETAIL, at the Pl.iladelphia Watch and Jewelry Store, No. 9G North Second street, corner, of Quarry, Philadelphia. OoM f/ovurWatehcn, full jowelod, IS caret canei, S'- S CO Uol.l I.epinw. lKcim.t, • - - -24 00 Si(v«r Levers, full jeweled, - - . - 1-UU SilvtT l.tt|iiiii'». jowulv, - - ' • . 0 00 SujioriDr tjnrtrtt«rs, - - - " • " 00 (Inlil Siof-icliiK, - - - - - 7 00 l'ine Silver ili>. - - - - - - 1 ill OoM Itiurolcts, - - - - .3 Oil !.aiti»<' ( iiiM I'ciicili, - - . - - 1 00 Silver Tea S]x>nni, »c't, ' - - . 6 00 (rold I'un.s. trilb I'oncil ami Sllrpr Holilor., - - 1 00 Gold Finger Rings 37^'rents to !?flO; VVatch Glasses, plain, I2J cunts, patent J8J; Lnnet^5; ntliiir articles in proportion. All goods warranied to be what they are sold for. STAUFFER& HARLRY. On linnd, some Gold and Silver Levers and Le|unes, still jovver than the above prices. Sept. '25, 1854. ly

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Id=223 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

PAPER-HANGINGS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. rPHE subscribers are daily adding to iheir ex-I tensive assortment of Fapci-IBang-Ingsand Borders, some new am! beautiful styles for their Spring sales, to which they ask the attention of the trade anil the public in General. The assortment embraces new DRAWING ROOM DECORATIONS, io •fold, plain and rich colors; also, handsome designs for Passages, Dining Rooms, &c. Also, a large variety of common and medium quality .Satin tind Common Papers, of new and tasteful designs. J8§T 1 Oor city and country friends are invited to view the assortmentr confident they will find it t«e largest jn the city, and prices as low, as we have greatly increased our facilities, by'intTo'duci' ng liialij r new" improvements in our factory. HOW ELL & BROTHERS, 207 Baltimore St., between Cltarlw »Dd Light StUi May 8, 1854. ly.

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Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

Hanover Branch Bail Road. — -rtMNG ' E of uacits- rPIRAlNS over the Hanover Branch road jL nnw rn '< as f"H"ws : lm Train will leave Hnnoverat 9.15 A. MM with Pa«senjrnr« for York, Harrifibur^, Coltimhiii nnd Pliiludflphia, and return to Hanover with PaKspfifjfr« from Baltimore at 12 M. This Train connects also with lite KxprPBP for li-altimore, arrivins there at I P. M., stopping at (ilenrock, Fiirkton and Cockpyeville. 2d Train will leave Hnnnwr at 2.15 P. M. with P-Mtongrera fojt Baltimore, arriving there .it 6.30; and return immediately with Passengers from York,&c, at 5.'lft P. M. ,, 3<I Train will leave Hanovorat 4 3-4 P. M. with Piissenirers for York; and return with Pa«spn!rpfs from Baltimore at R P. M. Tlin Monday-morning extra train will leave for Baltimore at 5.30; return at 7, A. M. ' KDWARD B. YOUNG, Jlgent. Hanover, Oct. 16, 1851.

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