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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

To Iht Honorable the Jwfges of the Court of (hmmim Fkas of Adams County. "\TJTE, th« undersigned, duly elected Auditors'lo settle and adjust the Pulilic-Accounts of Vt the Treasurer and Coui' missioners of said County, having'been sworn or affirmed agrwaftly to.law., r«'p<)ft :lie following to bea jjeneral statement of said account from the 5th ijay of January, A. '1) . 1^54, to the 2d day of January, A t U., 1850—both days inclusive. GEUUGE ARNOLD, Esq., Ticasurer, and COMMISSIONERS, in account with tho v, County of Adams. MMmmmBM* a^i»©a% DB. I . CR. ... ¦ . Doll«, CUJ - ¦ ' ;. Dolls, ctn. Cash from T. Warren, Esrj., late By out-standing Tax for 1850, 5 ?.} Treasurer, ,, $2,509 58, " " J8.V2, 81 15 Oulstanding Tax and Quit Rents in ?« " 1853, 52!) it; bauds of Collectors, 4,416 24' " ?' Ifl51, 4955 71 Atu't of Cou Tax assessed for 1854, 90.214 87! tl Fees for 18i0, i>7 (i;j Loan from Bank and sundry persons, 2^9*3 33 " , ' " 1851, (is (Jo Abaleiuem onSt^io Quol...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

=—I €uti fnrrJUU ROLLOW.-tY-'S «1^TME?I'T ritizem nf the Union,— . "T^OU have done me the honor aa with one X voice, from one end of the Pnion to the niher, 10 sintnp the character ol my Ointment with your approbation. -It is scarcely two ypsir*-since I mrideit known to you, and already it has obtained more celebrity thnn anj oilier medicine in " so shirt a period. THOMAS HOLLOXVAY. 2$, corner nf Jinn #¦ Nassau sts., New York, ASTONISHING CURE OF SORF, 1, ' KGS, AFTKH NINE YEARS' STANDING. Uopy i>f a Letter from Mr. J. W. Lfiii^U.y. of HmiNville, Vuit&incu.. X.jrtli Curolinn. date.1 Nov. l»t- 1^53. IUi.\p HI«s OVVS . WOHDS. To Professor Hom.o\va-y : Sir,—It is not my wish to become notorious, neither is this letter written for the mere sake of writing, but 10 say. that your Ointment cured me of one ofthe iijost dreadful cutaneous diseases that flesh . is heir to, and which was considered by alt who knew me, to be entirely beyond the reach of medieine. For nine yea...

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

'2$0 Market street, rtfmvc S/h, i'ltiladd pkia. V. I. KnsJi & Bro., I'ropriefors. rj^lllS House has a e-eniral Ir.t-atcoM, mi one JL of the principal thoroughfares of ihf: ttily. No ell'urt Sj>ared lo make visituis couil ' ottablu. S1.00 per il.iy. June 12, 1851. ly PAPER-HANGINGS. IV H O L t: S A L K .>J A' /; R E TjI I A. r jP!I \<] -*iib^:-rihers arc daily add ing to lln'irex-JL tensive ii-«-.ortmeni i fjf I'silK't'-GSsill^- isi. ^'Siind BSoi'<!cr.W, some new am! lieviu-:tful styles for their Spring sales, to which liicy-ask the attention-at " tin- tr.nle rind thejuihvi.; in gi'in'r.il. The :i>.-,orlnnT.l fnihrnci s new DRAW IN tJ ROOM DECORATIONS , ir oolfl, p lain and riclu^rt^r^ rils o. hnixlsome <!f>ililis for I'.issiiiicS. l)liuiT7 ~t' v7T(TuTS7^ Snr : Also, a lnrg« varii-ty M " conininn anil ini'dium quality Sntin and ^ Comnir.n Pap»Ts, of new and tasteful tU.-sigiis. £ rj;. < Our ciivain! country liienil...

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Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

.subscrilier, can have the i rusp ' sent to iinv address, by remitting Fin- f)i>/lrtrs for the single Truss, oi Tun for the double—with mea.suro round, the hips and stating side affected It will be exchanged to suit it not filling, b y returning it sit once, unboiled. For sale only by the Importer, CALEB 1$. NEEDLES, Cnr. Twelfth d~ Hare .Sin., J'hit<id< tphin. 1J.5-L wiie*, rei|iiiring the benefit of Mechanical Supports, owing to deranijement of the ln-Ier11.il Oryan^, iiiiliicinu Frilling of ilie Wr.mb, Vocal. Puliiiouary, Dy^pepiie, Nervous an.) Sjiitial Weiiki.ess, are inloriued that a conipetrm and t'Nperient' .ed Lftiiv will be in 'attendance at the Rooms, (. </¦/ apar t fur their exclusive. .«.-> '¦.) Nw. HI TWELFTH Street. fir»t "iloui In-low R.ice_. [July 3, 18')1. ly LOOKIXd GLASSES . B'itJjJio ! r;int<'s, &.c. ¦Y^^E invite llii; public to- exnmine mir suy f peri.ir stock • '( I'i.iin and ()ni:m'ifnl.il ( Jili LOOKING...

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

MATCHES! MATeflE JOHN DONNELLY, lUANL'FACTUneR AND INVENTOR OF Safety l*a<eut Square Ipriglit Wood Box 31alclics, i\o. 10G North, Fourth St. (above liace,) Phi la. MATCHES having 1 become an indispensable article in housekeeping, the subscriber nftera 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 Matches are generally packed in paper, lias by the aid of New Steam .Machinery of his own invention, succeeded in gettino-up a SAI' h 1 Y PATENT SQUARE UPRIGHT WOOD liOX ; this box is far preferable, in as much that it occupies no more room than the old round wood box, and contains al least Two Hundred "per Cent, more- Matches, which Jo kbi/iprrs is considerable advantage.; it is entirely new, and secure against moisture and spontaneous combustion, and disp-els all danger on transportation by means of Railroad, Stea...

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Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Choice and Valuable Books., I HAVE just received fmm Philadelphia and Ne.w York, the best English ana American editions of the beat Authors in every department of Literature, known as st.iudard Anthers of value, and BOUND IN A MOST SUPB- -R 1OR BANNER, in the - chohcest library styles of calf extra, half calf "gill and antique, Turkey Morouco, &e. &c, torining altooi'ther the most superb collection ol Books which I have ever.liiul the pleasure of offering to my numerous friends and customers ; and TAUAiRIXii; . T il. SI\ KLLY-respeclfully informs his • old ' nu ' stomci'? anil the public i/enerally, ihat iie ' rnniiiiues'lthe TAILORI.M; liUSl-. A'/V.V.S', at his old stand, in South Baltimore Hir^ei, wlicre be will be hnppy toacoo . innioiiam ;tll \tlio may patronize him. Allwork t-n truHtud to his care warranted lo fit aii.l "be of most substantial make. , Thankful lor " past favors, lie solicts a continuance of pubjic pa-¦trun.ige. teo '-The New York Spring and ...

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Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

-NOW 18 TIIETlMi^ S WKAVHR • respectfully announces to » the Larlie.s and (ii-ntjeinen of Cleitysiiurg and vicinity, :bat 110J1 .ns resiiiried thp.Daguerreotype btrf.iuL'R. i .'vit ibe old stain}, in Olmtnhr-rsburg street, where he will be happy to receive visitors desirous of sec.iiring pp.rfect D-iizuHrreotype? of the'nselves or friiinds. I' , ing jjnrnished with an enrirely new and costly afipnratus, h« is prepared to take pictures in every style of the art and insure perfect satisfaction. Jlrjynbarges from SO cents to $10. SrvyHo'ira of operating from 8 A. M. to 4 t P. M, £Sa>"-Fn dress avoid light, red, blue, or purple. Dark dre.ss adds much to the beauty of the picture, Sept, 18,1854. tf - "" LET THE FACTS BE KNOWN!" rpHAT ABRAM ARNOLD has jusf re-.JL tJirned from the Kuwtern cities, with the largest an-1 best selected stock of goods for Men and Boys' Wenr ever before offered,which heis new making up, at the Old Stand, where hi! invites all who wish to purchase CLOT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

www ppj«» u nn^mrww yj 1ja**" »;w"» .!— ,'»^— l ».u. .j» WATcTlES ^ J4rVft}MBr kfiit' .rtv.Kre *V Tattrtf (ioo' fs Rkif".\ ( .'lioicc A-isortmont of the Finest Qual ily, f<>r Sale at the Lowest Cash Prices, at Will. IS. i;non!i<»a<rs. N(). 181 SOUTH SECOND STREET, - Between Pine and Union* West side, PhiUid^a. fjPHE assortment cmbincesu 'Lurne and Se-I. bet Stuck nf Fine Watches. Jewelry, Silver \l'rire,Jllbala Ware, plated with fine Silver, if\ Sj)ijimx, Forks, Ladles, d<"c.—Jr.l Goods, Funs and Fancy Jlrliclcx of a superior quality, deserving the examination oi tbose who desire to procure llic best goods at the Lowest (' ash Prices. Having a practical knowledge of the"business, and all available facilities for Importing and Manufacturing, the subscriber confidently invites purchasers, believing that he cansupplytbem on terms as favorable as any other establishment in'either of the Atlantic Cities^ 0^/ -All kinds of Diamond ami Pearl Jewelry a...

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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

riSSOL^JTIOlT. rpiIE -partnershi p heretofore existing be-X tweentlie Suhscritiers , under the lianiu and style of S. Fm lines lock & Sons, is this day dissolved by limitation. All persons indebted to us will please enll and seal,. , as it is necessary that our Books should be closed immediately. Hither member of the Firm is authorised to use the names of the Firm in settling their business. SA M L! FA. FAUXKsTOOK JAMKS'F. FAHNKST OCK HENRY J. FAHNKSTOCK. Jan.J, 1855. Fi\<'cutoi** ' IVoiicr. JOHN- DELLONK'S KSTATK.—Leiiers testann-nt'iry on the estate of Jo'in L)e|lone , I.ili! ol ' Hamilton township, Adams county. 1I1 certse.l, h.iviuo been- granteil 10 the uiulcrhsjiikI. residing io Paradise towiir-lii ji, Yr.fk county, ihey hereby give notice to all [>"rsons indebted u> ,s;ud esMle In 111.ike Unmt-<l|,iie |inyiu«Mit, .mil ihoKe having <-.|.liins ;ii^:.uisl ibe i^.iiik; to present them properly aichciilKMU-d for seitleiuent. ' pktkr d.i...

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

RAILROAD MEETING. *' MhM^ThNC; of the Stockholders of the j\_ »-Gi'tty«b»r>j Railroad Company" will lit> lield at the Coujt-Jiouse in the Uoronirh of Gf Itysbiiff, on 'i'kurxdtry, the 2'2d i>f February fieri, a! 2 o'cbjck,.t*. Ai., to ' cunsiilfT fin* proposition in regard to the. buildinsrof the K'oad, in ide lo the linard of Directors b y Air. I'atnicK lX"ttEiUY,of: Rending—also ibn propriety nfyomracting for the grading and bridging of said Roid. 5 £3j~ThM U5rt-<nor<» tire>.'f]M<»stpd to meet at • ' it- ( 3<»iirt-liou>e, on the-saim- day, at 1 o'clock, P. M. By order of ih.. li,,;,ril, Jin. 2-2;lR55. f{ . M'rnitDV, / J r«V. AGRICULTUPvAL SOCIETY 4 SPKCIAI, MKKTlNfJof the Adau,K Z\_ Cminty A-rririiliura ! S<>ci<*iy will ul<- •. ...-! .' at llie. C'ourH.otl^, i () <;*>Hyh1riir ii, .11 ' r : nir«tbiti.Jftr ¦2'2tl ii/ J-'Jj^aUO ./clock . A.M. 'i'.,t' fv.iMiinaiion «)l the t."''....

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Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

JSEW GOODS AGAIN SaHICK HAS just opened one of the largest, preltiest and cheapest stocks of FALI>-& WINTER GOODS ever brought to Gettysburg^ and h* invites the public to call, examine and judj»e for themselves—«no trouble to shjw Goods. His new stock embraces a very large variety of ' Ladle*': .Dress CJoods, such as Silks, Turc Satins, Mous Delnnes, lionib.iziiie.s, French Meri . noes, DeUa^es, Alpaccas, Coburg Cloths, Ginghams, Calicoes, &o. &c. &c. In the line of €«cntlciii(Jii 7 M Wear, he has selected a choice lot, of all stylos nud prices : Cloths, Cassitneres, Vestinys, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans, &c. &c. His stock of FJ1NCY GOODS is also very fine, and too numerous to enumerate. Call and see. • . - . . - ----• ' Thankful for past favors, SCHICK solicits a continuance of public patronage. He will always endeavor to deserve it, by selling good Goods, at the lowest living prices. "Quick Sulcs and Small Profits," is his ...

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

mONEY LOST! IT is an ESTABLISHED ^ FACT that ma-113' persons lost money by not purchasing Goodsatthe wull known CHEAP STORE ot Abram Arnold,-at bis old stand, on the South East cornRr of the-Diamond, where he is now receiving the cheapest, prettiest and hest selected Stock of Fail mid ?tinier i;o<k!s t Cfjer before fiflfured to the citizens of Adams county, consisting, in.part, as follows-: Bl-itk, Hlue and Hrown Frunch Clo!hs T Fancy, Felt ami De.avrr Cloths fiir Over Ooats, . ^ Newest Sjyles,) Ulack ami Fancy Cassimere. 5 !, Tvv.h j <Is, Jeans, Ca-ssuiets, &c. &e., for Men's wear, Silks, Minis de Laine, Alpacas, Menuoes, Plain aivl Fancy Sack Flannels, also-a beautifu-l assortment of Satins and Silks for lioiiuets, IJunnet Ribbon, nnil a great variety of oilier articles, all of which the public are respectfully requested to rail and examine for thcinscl vtis ^ ht'lieviug that it is only necessary to sefMjurgootrs, price thorn, aniiexamint-, to ind...

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

No. 240 Pratt Street, Baltimore ISRAEL KNODK, Proprietor. JOHN G. KNODE, Superh*tet>de»). May 8, 1854. ly COL. R. -COHEAN, AT THE GETTYSBURG STEAM MILL. ri^HrJ subscriber has completed hrs new JL . Steam Mill, anil is now prepared to SAW r TIM HER and CHOP GRAIN at usual rales and short notice. Farmers and others can have Sawing and ('hopping done at any time. 0^7"Hanover [.rices in Cnstvwill be paid for Rye, Corn it£ctJ)ats t at the Steam Mill. (J3~Feed constantly on hand and for sale. C. W. HOFFMAN. Augast 14,1851. ly —

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

trm WKr^t^m in NEW ESTABLISHMENT. CI.OTIIIIVG «A»E TO ORDER. rj^HE undersigned takes pleasure in inforni-_j. ing the citizens of Gettysburg and the public generally, Uiat he is prepared to furnish GARMENTS ol all kinds, for GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, at the shortest nntice, and in the latest, possible style. Having opened a Merchant Tailoring establishment, in^. liambersbnrg street, opposi-ie the Lttiheran'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.

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

a call. His assortment consists of the following: SHAWLS, FLANNELS, PLAID SILKS, MUSI.INS, V. MKRINOKS, LhNKN, M. D-HLAINES, BLANKETS, WOOL PLAIDS, QUILTS, DEI)SOt;ES, - ; CLOTHS, (WS11M ER ES, C ASS1N ETS, PERSIAN CLOTHS, SATIM<ri'S, CALICOES, COLLARS, GINtJHAMS, llANDKKRC'FS RilJliONS, VEILS, &c: Also, a lot of Groceries am! Onren«\van\ for Cash or country produce, lo punctual customers a credyr of six months. « J. S. GRAMMER. October 16. 185'K tf

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

FRENCH TRUSSES WKHJiii.vC; i.i:ss rm.v 2}.i nrsi'KS. For the (hire of Hernia or Rupture. - V C KNOW [.EDGED by the highest metrical authorities.of Philadelp hia, iricompantbly superior to any oilier in use. SulTerers .viil be» gr.itilipil to learn that the occasion now offers to procure not only ttte fighte.it and jmtst. (ti n/, IjiU as ilurablc a Truss as any oilier, in lieu ol tlie cinubrnus and inicoinfiirtit/ilc firti-: ¦, ¦ usually sold. Thrreis wj tlillicuhv atten-

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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

<im;i ihe lilting, am: w nen me pat) is lorati it will riMatit its position without ehunge.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

The Beauties of Know-NothingiBm. We call tho special attention of bt»r readei to the speechof iIr.JLiltlejolin, the Speaker i Lhe New York Houso.of Representatives, un| the subject of Know-Nbtbingism. Tts beat ties are faithfully set out, and forcibly prc sented: • ¦ Mr. Littlejohn (the Speaker) hadsiipposci that when he laat addressed tho House it woul be the last he would have to say on this ques l4on. But since then nothing but charges apo charges had been made upon his character-a t man. As to his connexion with the KSomj Nothings he would till all he knew of it. Las March, while a member of this House, ^ome o ns friends asked him to attend a lecture. II< went with them to a room, where be was as >ured by the officers of the Sooiety that, hi > vas to dn nothing ngninst \vh\o)\ his conscience ivonld revolt, lie was asked to make a prom ise. He did not make the promise, but if hit recent course was treason, make the most of it If he had perjured himself, mak...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

~ Moscow BTever Burned, d Senator Douglas is said to have made the :, discovery, while traveling in Russia last year, 0 that the city of Moscow was never burned ' . i- ! Tlie follovying statement of the matter is from »f I the Musca ' tine (Iowa) 1 Inquirer : '?Coming up on the boat a few days ago, we ;. i happened to fall ; n company with Senator [) I Douglas, who came on hoard at Quincy 1 oa hi.s way to Warsaw. In the course of a very in - foresting account of his travels in Russia, much ,, | of which have been published by letter-writers, he stated a fact which has never yet been pub-. : lished, hut which startingly contradicts the received historical relation of one of the most extraordinary events that ever tell to the lot of history to record. For this reason, the Judge said he felt a delicacy in making the assertion that the city of Mot-cow was never burned ! He said that pievious to his arrival at Moscow he had several disputes with his guide as to the hurning of the city,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

A Political Joke. . In a neighboring county, one of the politico parties 1iad, for over twenty years, been in th habit of holding their county nominating con ventioris at tlie house of Mr. 0 . He happened on a recent occasion, for tb first time, to be in when they .had h'nishei their business, and heard a little delegate fron R. move that "this convention do now adjourr sine f/;'«." "Sine die," said Mr. G— , to a peisoi standing near, " where's that'i" "Why that's away up in the northern part o the county," said the neighbor. ''Hold f>n, if you please, Mr. Cheerinan, 1 said G., with great earnestness and emphasis "hold on, sir. I'd like to be hoard on thai question. T have kept a public house now for aior'n 20 years, ami 1 am a poor man. I'vi always belonged to the party, and never splii my ticket in my life. Tliis is the most central location in the county.and it's where \\6MJJen held our cauCuss.es. I've never had, or 'linked nn office, and have worked night and day for t...

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