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Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

HAIIillOAl) MEETING A MEETING of the Sn>ck holders of the ./jL *'Gr.ttyHburj{ Railroad Company" will be held at the Court-house in the Borough ol Gettysburg, on Thursday, the 2'2d of February next, at 2 o'clock, P. MM to consider the proposition in regard to the building of the. Road, made to the Board of Directors by Mr. Pat-Ricr O*Reu.r, of Heading—also the propriety of contracting for the grading and bridging of said Road. ttgr'Phe Directors are requested to meet at the Court-house, on the_ Baine dny^ at I o'clock, PTTlT By ^ or3e7"ofTIi»nrTiiroT Jin.-22, 1855. R. M'CURDY, PrefL s _ SH AWLS.—A big lot of Bay State Shawls, Lonsr and Squarft; Uroche and Thibet Shawls—a splendid variety, and ^ going at the cheapest riles, at SCHICK'.S C1OMEOVK !COUE ALL!—Toseethoie ) cheai» Goodsjuat received by Oct. e. A.ARNOLD. Q " "Veens war r and groceries. — . A. AliNOLII i< now receiving a large lot of Que»nsware, which he will sell low. Call and 3tto. - Oet. 2.

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

e m% WAY~?ms way, NEW ESTABLISHMENT. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. rpHE undersigned lake* pleasure in inform-X i»g the citiiens of Gettysburg and tha public generally, that he is preparpd to furnish GARMENTS of all kinds, for GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, at the shortest notice, and in the -latest possible style. Having openad a Merchant Tailoring establi*hmenu in Oliainbershursf street, opposite the Lmherauchurrfc, and secured the services of experienced workmen, he feels confident of pleasing all who may favor him'with their patronage. Country produce taken in exchange for work, ; J. S. GRAMMER. December 4,1854. LOST. A PLAIN GOLD RING, with two initial* within, the finder of which will tw liberally rewarded upon leaving it at thin Office. ASHES for sale Gettysburg ¦ Mill. - • - -

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

mentary Trustee under the wiU- of Thomas Bittle, Sen., deceased, of Henry Biltle, Peter Br.tle,"Thomas Bittle. 5. First and final account of AlexandVr Cohean, Administrator of Frederick L. Smith, deceased. 6. First account of J. J. Kuhn, Administrator with the will annexed of John Diehl, deceased. 7. First and final account of Alfred T. Horman, Administrator of Conrad Wagoner, deceased. 8. Third account of Jacob Diehl, ttuardiaji of John Diehl, Lavina Diehl and Daniel Diehl, minor children ol Daniel Dielil, di c'd. !). Second and final account of Christian Schriver and Lewi* P. Schriver, Administrators of Georire L.Sctirtver, deceased. 10. First and final account of Martin Thomas ' , Guardian of Henry P. Q-iickeland Mary A. E. Qnickel, minor children of Ueorge Quickel, deceased. • VVM. F, WALTER , Register. Register'? Onine, Gettysburg, ) Janua-y 27, 1855. \

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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

NOTICE TO FARMERS! HUSSEY'S..KEAPER. THE undersigned respectfully inform* the Farmers of this, and thn adjoining Counties, that he continues to manufacture more extensively that ever, O. Husaey'a celebrated Reaper and mowing Machine, now so generally in u«e, at hts Slvnp^ }. of a mile North of Hanover. Fartnera wishing to engage a Reaper, or a Reaper and Mower combined, lor tlie next season, can have their orders filled, by sending them on immediately, with promptness. ' . • . T-iie.prices for these Machines are an follows: For a Reaper, ' lillflO Fur a Reaper and Mower, from $105 In $125 CONRAD MOUf,. ~ ggfAdrlresH me through tlie Hanover Post Office, York county, Pa. January 22, 1855. 5t

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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

LAST NOTICE! -w IN retiring from business, the «ubRcribei desires to mum his grateful acknowledgments to his friends, and the public generally, who have so liberally patronized liim during a period of a quartpr of a ceniury.and solicit for his Sons, in the New Finn, thegeuerouB support so long extended to him. _ A? ¦ ' ts nfcesnary that his business be clo^'-o , he hereby givpsnolic« to all persons knowing iheirftelves indebted to him by note or otherwise lh<tt liis accounts have been placed in the hands of It. G. McCreary, Esq., for collection, lo whom all persons indebted will please make immediate payment. He hopes this will He tin; LAST NOTICE required, as ihe long indulgence given them should prompt them to discharge iheir obligations Immediately. ' SAMUEL FAHNESTOCK. Jan. 15. 1855.

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

DIED. On the 31st ult.. Mrs. MAKV M \<iI>AI.E\E WERTZ. wife "f Ueary W ortz. of Sl.nh.tn tonn^iiip. .i^'...d <" i^ jean '. rrmnth« au-t*ii d<y. [ITjii'itf r p.t;n-i> j. 1 *-:i—«- r ' i,\,\ i>a th* ult.. J \('*>li \\\ ' \Inliti-T, of <\i*-r"l! <--mih'v, SW . (formerly .if Ada n» ¦¦¦ ni'it>.) .r_'e 1 T.» iv.n s '2 nit.ni!i. *n i 'Id *l.tv^. flT^ r.itn\;H* w^f-o -.hl'T^'ed .it lli.:)pt.>n •*» \h» - " th. Her. ^.iiTPFel Mill-r ]ne.tr!iiu^ the fiiiieml »erniou. f"''"i M:i(t. \ . 7. S "^ AGEICULTUfiAL ^ SOCIETY. VSPKOI AL MHKT1NG of the Adams (' oonty Ajjriculiiintl Society will take place at the Con ri-li"i:-;e, in <ieUy<sluir^, on Thurndny. Hie iid <>f /•' < />.. at 10 o'clock, A. M. ''tie examination "I tin; sulij^cr. "the application of Lime to l,ui(i," will lie eontiniifd. JNO. McUlNLEV, ; j r»V. H. J. Stable. -9fe * y. Jdiiu<try 29, 1855. id

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

_^_NESf_ST QRBaL _ FARMERS,look to your interests. If you want to get hack the money you lost, just call at the Northweat corner of the Diamond where you wilt save at least 25 per cent, and get the full worth of your money, and where you will not have to pay for; those who don't pay. Don't forget to bring your money.,- Also bring along anything mid everything you have to sell—such as BUTTER, EGGS, BACON, LARD, RAGS,and everything you think will sell—and I will buy at w"ftat they are worth. Just call sit the People'tf Store. ' • jg^-The Stock consists of Dtl Y GOODS, Groceries; tMotlniiir made tos©*ik*, &c. JOHN HO KB. Gettysburg, Jan. 15,1855. tf

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

UyilolxowwY's Oixijiknt vxi) I'n.i.s, the best Remedy for Bad I>ej;s. and all kinds of Wounds.—The surprising sale «f these iuvaluiible medicines iu every part of the civilized ¦ world is one of the most convincing proofs of their efficacy in curing bad Ic4s. old wou 'uds. scrofula, and diseases of the skin. Tlkeusite 1h of jxjople who *u(fcie.l from these dreadful in. ' .ladies, have been cured by their use after every other remedy filled; oud i t is * fact buyoud dujmte thai there is uo <liseano, however ob.-ain.ite, but that m,iy be shortly eradicated by these wmderfui mediciucs. therefore the afllicted should try IIolioway' H Ointment aud l'illa. £O*TttR Habits of thk lira in II we form a very interesting matter, of study, and a well-habited man is always tvortby of aditsirn&iuu. e>)>ecialiy amon;; the ladies. Tlie btMt place in I'kilrtdelphis.. or indeed, in any other city, to «ecure a first rate fa>Uionable uttd genteel suit of clnt...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

JTJ"To Persons oct or Employment.—Shah's Pirrnni *L Works kor 1855.—The attention qf tlie reader is solicited to tlie iidviiitieeumnt of Aleuts »*utel for the aeries of l'ictorial bouks issued from tUt- press or Mr Fears. Thc*e books have met. and are mooting with a lurge s.ile throughout the TTiiiou, and tlic three latest publications, ••Kussn iLLUii-TRATKD , " "CHIA ' A AND IN'JIA." and • ¦ ThUILLINU IKCIDKXT3 is the W.itt3 0FTnE TJsitkh fTHES, " are iu everyway equal to the other works in point of attraction atxi interest. What he wishes to obtain Ucompetent .Aleuts in every section of tha country. The rewliuess of their sale offers great inducementsior._i«rsons ^ to embarkjii.tu.O'ir. duinoKil, and an they are of a hi^h moral and unexceptionable aharacter, there are uoue but who can contwientii>u"l. v cuulribute to their circulation. Any person wishing ti> embark in the «nterprine, will risk little by sending to the Publisher S25, for which he will receive sample...

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Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

Household & Kitohen rurniture, viz ; a large Hook Stove, Pipe, &c, n ten-plate Siovp an«l Pinn. Tal»lH3, Bt' .da nnd Bed»tea«fa, one KitchenCuphoard, Iron Pots and Kettles, Men* Stands, Tight Barrels, and other articles of Household and Kitchen Furniture too numerous to intuition. Also, a quantity of Applebutter—and a lot of seasoned Mill Cogs, (a good article.) " . Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M.. on each of aaid days, when attendance will be given and terms nmde known by AMOS LEFEVER. J. F; KrEHi-EB. Auctioneer. _ January 1, 1855. is

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

, R. G. M'CREARY, Auditor. Feb " . 5, 1855. 4t ~ registe1vs ~ k6tice. "V r OTICE is hereby given lo all Legatees jLi and other persons concerned, that the Administration Accounts hereinafter mentioned will be presented ' at-the Orphan's Court "f Adams county, forconfirmaiion ard allowance. on-Tuesdi/y, the 27lh «/' February »ie.r/, viz : 3. Second account ol Jacob !Slieely and John Slteely, Kxecutxrs of the last will and .testament of Nicholas " Shttely, deceived. _. 4._.SecoxuLaccoujUj2f T,|ioinasJIiu]<i» Testa-

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Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

CO-P.4nTI\CRSIIIP. H|^HE underpinned have this day formed a X Co partnership, unrler the name and style of FAHNKSTOCK, BRO'^HERS. Hoping for a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore extended lo. the did Firm, they will in return do their utmost to merit the confidence reposed in them by the public. JAMKS F. FAHNESTOCK, HENfliY J. FAHNESTOCK, EDVV. Q. FAHNESTOCK. Jan. 1. 1855.

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

MARRIED. On the-38th ult., by the Rev. J.i * K. DurUrow. Afr. JOIIXMl'MPEKt" Mis^ SARAH J.VNK. cldi^Nl umiityr of \lr. Henjnniin Gardner^ of I^etf-r^hup^. V .V ' In Iudiamip<ili9. Iniiuna, <m the iiHirnin^ oT DcccmN-r 27th. bj fuo IU-v. C.C^. Mcl.e.in. U U.. Mr CIlAltl.KS X. TOOD. ' of the Indiana Kfnmlf.-Kinin.irv. to .Mi" MARGARET McLEAN. daughter of the ulficiatirw clerpviuau.

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

V8S>liat OM? XttyViUGU, ^ ¦ -£¦ ¦ ¦:'{,.€ &*& .VlBtISXOJhy<b-::;Ji-.v. " .- --Ttfnt-rMM. f. & OO^rSKOONP QR RAT-" J>«1FI V f)l«TKI«OTIUN'.i-iKv«*rv. pers.«ri .- Jiantfg a 'Ticket gets'an -Engraving ""^•*vilK 9Hr ;* " T ^ ~ .• " ' " . ""»"" . ¦ -¦ - -»— . --r - - ^ :?I1& proprietors take srrnni pleasure innnuntinHiiirni \h«r citizens? of rtw-U-nioii, ihtit in <-..iiS<*f*r*hc,i*'f>f tn* 2 rtBU satisiiodoiijOianifrfiii >thy' thfcWket-ht>! durst of-orur^firsl ffrfNtt IHsiriftftiiprt.and ttwvmany thousandsoliuUiiitotis Jrniri-aH ^iiirts -of tiltviiduntry, inirelatinti ,lo-M-liWh'i'? w«eintend weHrng air^iibtWiDtetriliiilibti' f»t T <5 Sirs f.»r llift r peoj>f«,- u ' aaj bave-, sifter iiit iiiUmiise outlay; Keen .e.nablt-d to'offer to r4ftlion*ft»<iy «>f patron* iht? following -vnlna* l>Ji«, ' nra^niftrtfTt, and itnnr^. cpdi'nted BlULr ~1 ;jtNTS(TH'KM1»^ o1igifetrTb...

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Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

AMERICAN AHTISTS' UUI0¥ rB^HE American Artists' Union would re-X spectfully announce lo the citizens oftl# United Stales and the Canndas. tJint for tlie purpose of cultivHting a taste for the fins arts throughout ili« country, and with a view of enabling every family to beconie possessed of a gallery of Engravings, By the first Artists of the Age, they have determined, in order to create an extensive sale for Uipir Engravings, and thus not only give employment to a large number of nrti>!s and others, but inspire among our countrymen a taste for works ol 'art, to present to llie purchasers nf their Engravings, when 250,(HH) of-which-Jrrcr-sorldT-' '- '250,000 GIFTS,OF THE ACTUAL COST . OF 8150,000 : E\o!i purchaser of a One Dollar Engraving, therefore, receives not only an Engraving richly wo.th the money, ' jut also a ticket which entitles him to one of the^ Gift s when they are distributed. For JTSve ItoiSars a. highly finished Enifr 'aving, henntifnlly" PAINTED in OIL, ...

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Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

. 'a'tot tar 5111! OOLffit \V t Y'Sf «li\TMFa\ T. I 'ilizm* if I fie Union—" V^",0U Juiv^ iione me the hon%r ns with ono JL vptcB, froui :<>i»e tVnd of tlm . Ujiion' to the otlu-r, to stiiinp, the cjyiict>*r oi :ny Oinlmenl wild your approbation. It is scarcely two year* sinei' 1 irtiidi' it known to you, a-nd-alfrt*--dy it Iv.is ohiaiiied mure celebrity than any other medicine in so slw.rt n period. THOMAS HOLLO WAY. 3fl%, ' ew»>rr of .Unix <J" NaxMtu s/»., Nru) Yih-k. ASTON'ISHJNG WHY) OV SOUK l.Kd'S Al"n<:i^ N1NK A'KAHS' STANDING. Oop . v riT a I.i-ttiT from Mr. 3. W. Lnn^lvy, of riiintivilln, Vadkin cu., Xuctli C'tiroJina, il.iU'il Nov. Int, ISOi. i:i-:vi> ins «m*x iV(Yi'us. To Phokessor Hoi.i.nwAy: Sir. -*»it is not my wish to bocoine iJii^ojrmuiU.'ie iiher is this letter written for ihe. iuVre siTke/nT wrhilitj,"bui io nay, that ynurOintment cured me of ojieof , tits iiwist drenilfnl e.uiiineons5lise(ises thut nSSjf' is he...

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Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

€n ilfp " .<Giti?ptis " of dorttys&nrg. . Pulvcrmachcr's BCydro- Electric U Uh " I IU ' y ¦&£JL£LZ£ii£> 9 CONSTRUCTED to be worn next to the skin, producing a constant current of vxrvTFRni'PTEn elkctkh magxkthm—i-ffi-ctinor IMMEDIATE '-RELIEF, FROM ALL ACUTE PAINS, and a Permanent cure <f Xexirafeic Diseases. ' Pulvermacher's Eieciric T'hains were first used in France, three ye<irs since, for the cure of—AVrttf-m JU' sentte», and after being submitted -toTThe most thorough'trial, in every hospital in Pirn, 'by the most learned professors in that city, they were recommended to the Government of France, who granted a patent for the discovery. During ibeyears 1851-2, they were introduced in Germany, Austria, Prussia and England, and one year .since, .introduced and patufitetl by the Oniled States Government. f Must JlstonjsMntr .ures of nhnuinntlnra. Sfr. Vilni's l>ance. I'.ilnfiil.ari'l SiVfllli*:! Joiat.s, 1'aIpit.itioRof- tlu-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

^ FliEStl SUPPLY! fBMlE undersigned has.just returned from X the. City wiih a lar»e fenpply- off FRESH ffOODS, which he i.s prepared lo ae.ll at prices whiiih cannot be beat. His stuck consists o! OKOCKRI 13 «, of all klflds/Stigars, MoJasg(»s,CofTw«. Teas, Fi,:(i, Salt, Crackets; ^ Chcesf, Pickled Cucumbers, &c. Also, Fruits and Confections, Oranges, Lftinoiis, Fig8,"J4aisins, Prunes, fee —A'li<o,_lP«j;-Wder,_SlKit, , Tobacco, Se^rs, Gail's celebrated German Riiiok ' fflg Tobacco, and * varieiy of other articles—Also, a (kstrafeassoitment of thetbest (luaiittfes of Wines and Brand ii>», of different kinds,N. E. Itum, Hiill-nid (;in,' Old Rye, &c—all of whiuji can bo had.on .the lowest Uittfmal the Store of the subscriber, iii South Kdltimore Ktrt-et, ueut doar to the " .Star" office. , [fir Also, always on hand a variety of Stone .Iu«sr,<Sf.c—Give us a call. ,KMANHKL ZIEGLER. Getty ;burg. May 1,5, 1S54. HARDWARE STORE. fPHE subscribers wou...

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Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

— «VO TiV-S-Y. •'-4 4 SI-tin ve rented ont my Piinnory, to-'inJto. XjL.^fi*''! ! fr>»in and .i fti'r the 1st day of April •fii-xtVanil heincr anxious to ftlo-M* up the bn^i--fiV'^af'ofi tfrd »amn, 1 iietvUy »ive notice lo all ; j*erafortafhHvinnr,-clninK against me. or the late linn of "T. WaUIIK.N &.SO.V. " \n presi»m •l!ie»n for seMi«meni,anil tho?« knowtriv thrjn-%«!v»»<ru>JiH ¦indebwd. tnine,_or ».\u\ firm, in money or trade, are. reijiu'sied ' -tw onlt-nnd make h«ttl«i:neni hy that, ti'rtie, aa Jitter said da'to I >-hall be aw fay. /rm)i,.tln* f ,f(} i nndry. I intentl ihis to be ilm-oejly notice I shall k 'ivp, anil all :pert)«iiis, inU?re!4ied in the eamc., will i\,i well ln.i»i»e. it Ihe.ir immeiti"le anpnlion, as nfior this above date I intcn-l to place all my claims in Hie' li;iiul-i of an otlicer for cull«i-iinu. Jan. 1,1835. "¦ ¦ .T. WARHEN. , Hanover Branch Bail Road. v CU'JISGK OF-. HOURS. ^piRAlNS orer the Hanover Branch road * ...

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

l.O. of R. Ifl. - "\7"OU will meet every Friday evening, at J_ Oi o'clock, in 'he Wigwam, (McCorciuirhy T s Hall.) Putu-twal attendance rs reluested. AUG. SCHWARTZ, C. ofR. . £fesy-Persons wishing tocormeeithemseives with this Tribe, will please- apply to airy of ihe members. • ¦ Gettysburg, Nov. 13, 185-1. 6n> ITAY WANTED. PERSONS hi.vins: Hay to seli,wifIfToweII by calling; on tlie subscriber, in Gettysburg, vvl.o i» desirous of purchasing. The highest market price will be paid at ail times. Q^7*As he intends having the Hay, after beit);/ jwekeri. hauled either to Hanover oi Baltimore, the preference to bawl will be given to those from whom he mnv purchase* SOLOMON POWERS. Dec. 6. 1852. tf No. '240 Pratt Street. Baltimore ISRAEL KNODE, Proprietor. JOHN G. KNODE, Superintendent. .May £, lrt.01. ly COL. K. COBEAX, AT THE GETTYSSURG STEAIS MILL. fS^llE subscriber has coni|i1ptpd his new J. Steam Mill. r»nf! Is noxy prepared to S \ W TIM HER and CHOP GRAIN »t usual ' ra...

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