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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

wen near me noor me aweinng. This property is -admirably calculated for a business stand. - " Persons wishing to view the property ' ^are requested lo eaJfupSxi the subscriber, residing on the first mentioned^ Sal« to 301umen.ee. at I o'clock, P. M., on said day, when attendance will be given and terms imiiie known liy FKKDRHICK HERR. September 25, 1854. ts-Tairupike Dividend. 1 and Gettysburg turnpike company have declared a Dividend of One Per Cent., p.tyable on or after the 2Sih instant. GEQ. SWOPE, An"I. Trtas. September 25, 1854. 3t new oxwra collegiate - cal Institute. VALENTINE SCHEER, Pr-jfessor in the ..Colleoiaie Uepartinent, M. D. G. PFE1FFE-R, Processor in the Medical Department. «. ^ THE Winter Session, in the . above Insiilute, ¦will coininence on Monday% the 9th of October next, and continue till the last Monday in March following. Tuition Fes in the Collegiate Department $ 15 00 - Cimlin' stnr.its I 50 " " " Medical Department 20 00 * Ihnlingcnciu 2 50 Gtrman*Z...

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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

leading.from H uioyer to Carlisle, adjoining, lands of Joseph HiH, Jacob March, Ezra Myero, Jacob Fidler, and others, containing ISO ACRES OF IMTI2NTED Li!VI> more or less, about 50 acres of which are well covered with Timber, " and about 20 acres are. • \1eadow t and aiore can 'be made. The iuiproveinontH are . - Jt~»TdL A TWO STonV LOO DWELLING ^ftffflA ho'j ^ , m&m # Bank Barn, Wagon Shed, Corn Crib, Granary,- Carpenter's Shop, and other outbuildings; two never failing wells of water on the premise*, also an . M>?U WMM£lZJ} 9 and Peach, Pear, Plum and Cherry trues.— The land is under good fencing and excellent cultivation. .The Farm will be offered in two'parts if desired : 100 acres, with the buildings, making ¦ >ne part, and 80 acres the other. Each will haVe about 30 .acres of timber. - Persons wishing to view the propp^y are requested to call upon the subscriber, who will give all necessary "information. Clear title will be (rjvpn, and posse...

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE r P H G subscriber, intending to relinquish I (arming, ou*Ws for sale, ' . . . on which he resides, situate in Cumberland township, Adam's county, near Horner's Mill, and near the road leading from Gettysburg to Taneylown, adjoining lands of J<im#s Black, Dr. ..lyhn Runkle, Ell Homer, and others, containing 153 Acres , more or le.sa; about 40 acres are well-iimliered Woodland,"with a due proportion of Meadow. The improvements are a one and a half story Lqt^—L DWELLING HOUSE. Ml a double Log Bnrn, with sheds all around ; Wagon Shed,, Corn Crib, and other outbuildings; and a well of neverfniting water at ihe door. Rock creek passes along one side of f;irrn, and a small stream, which never foils, along the other. There is a Young Orchard of choice fruit on the premises. The"land it under good fencing and good cultivation, a considerable part having been limed. If the property is nr*t disposed of at Private Sale beAore. Saturday,/he 1 A/h day &...

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Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

- y .M drAtttf*. situate in said (" »erunny township,one quartet of a mile distant from the above, adjoining lands of Jacob Best andyOllyera, containing 75 Acres, more or less. The improvement!! are 2 Two-story Dwelling * . ~ ^f» | HOUSES, - Mi a good Barn and Stable, and an excellent spring near the dwellings. 20 acres afe good Woodland, 15 acres-Meadow, and theremainder good furm land. There is a hank of IRON ORE on this p 'roperty, supposed to be of good quality. Also an Orchard oFehoico fruit,.and A Carding and Fulling Milt. BSfOapiialists wishing -a bargain, wijl do well hy attending Jha sale, as the property will be sold on the day aliove mentioned. Persons wishing, to view the property will please rail on the subscriber, or on Thomas Bit tie, residing on tlip first mentioned farm. Sale to commence at I o'clock, P. M., on said day, when attendance will be given and terms made known by AMOS LEFKVER, Assignee. 0^7~Also, at the same time and place, a qunniily of Hay, and a pa...

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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

VALUABLE . . MILL PROPERTY, AT PUBfrIC SALE. . THE subscriber, Assignee of THOMAS "BITTLK, vviil offer sit public sale, on the premises, on Saturday. Ike 30th day of Stptent~ ber^irw/,, the ..following_ReaLEsUte_oX said Assignor, viz: ¦ . , of Patented Land, situate partly in Germany township, Adams county, Pa , and partly iri Carrol! county, M'L, 2 miles south of Littles.-town, on the Baltimore turnpike, adjoining lands.of Pliilip Koliler, ;ind others, coiiiHtning '" 150 Acres, more or less, of which abdiit -40 acres are covered with Wood, about 20 acres of good Meadow, and the remainder arable land, in a good state of cultivation. There are stron« indications of the existence of COPPER . and IRON ORES on this trtrctv—'l-lnfcr-hr-«rbo—on the-same~a younjr thriving Orchard of choice Fruit Trees. The improvements consist of a Two-story Roughcast , » Jjjtety t

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Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

Liots: ^ & * - 25 Acres of Pood Timber-land, more or less, situate in said Latiinora township, adjoining lands of Joseph Fickel, Henry Fickel, Waruer Townsend, and others, 8 Acres of Timber-Land, situate in Dickinson township, Cumberland county, adjoining lands of Jacob Sipe, Francis Conlson, ana others. - ^ . THREE TOM \ LOTS, situate in the town of Peteuburg, (Y. S.,) near the VWst . end, mid burdering on the Carlisle Turnpike. . 'Hie lots are well calculated (or building purposes, ^ and one of them ttas' . a nev^r failing Spring of Water upoa it. X' Also, on Saturday, the lith of Oetober next, at 1 o'clock, P. M., on the premised, will be offered, *¦ . s l^^ ijs ^jtisaasaae-- • situatflin Huntington township, Adams county, one mile from Heidlersburg, on il»« old Carlisle road, adjoining lands of Pe'er Miller, Michael Fissel, John Bolerrrarid others, contaming~ _ ¦ _ —¦ - : 1 . — ' -

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

_ At Pnbllc Sale. fT^HR -Subscriber, Attorney in fact for the _L Heirs of Feronica Hoover, Magdalena Hoover and Sarah Hoover, deceased, will offer Ht Public Sale, on the premises, on Saturday, the Tlk day uf October next. \ Lot of* CiroiiiKl, situate in Mtimtnasbur<r, Franklin lownsliip, Adams coumy, fronting on the turnpilic, ad joininor lots ot Widow Stonpr and others, having an alley in the rear. The improvements are a One-and-a-half Story ' £$& LOG I1OU8E, Elm] LotT Stable, Los; Shop, with a Wol! of Wit water n<'ar the door. 'The lot liiis a variety ot choice Fruit Trees on it. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock MtUbfi afternoon of said day,. Attendance given and terms made known by JOHN HOYER, Attorney in fact (or the Heirs. September 11, 1854. ts

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

The Personal fiqqpjTfy . of said deceased, to wit: 2 fin* Horses, 2 fresh Milch Cows with " *Calves, Young Cattle, 3 Fat Hogs, Sow and' Piga, narrow-tread "Wagon, " with bed andhay carringe. Winnow; ing Mill, Ploughs, Harrows, Cultivators, Carriage and harness, Horse Gears, a lot of Bugs, a lot of Tools, Grindstone, &c. Wheat, Rye, O.its and Corn, by the bushel, and Grain in the ground. . Also, Household-and Kitchen Furniture, such as Bureau, Budstnads & Bedding, Tables, Chairs, Clock, . Carpeting, Stove and Pipe, Cupboard, Copper and Iron Kettles, together wiih many other articles too numerous to mention. - Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., on said day, when attendance will be given and terms made knowp by " " " JACOB HANKEY, JS*V._ September 25, 1854. ts '

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

The Cholera at Rttsburg'. Pittsbctsg, Sept 20.—There is no abatement of the. cholera to-day, as confidently expected yesterday. Thert have been 56 deaths reported since six o'clock last evening, and the panic is consequently increasing. Pittsbcuk, Sept. 2lst.—There - is still no abatement in the ravages of the cholera. There have been sixty deaths during the past 24 hqn rs. Today has been generally observed as a dav of fasting and prayer. • Phptsbuhg, Sept. 22.—The Dispatch issues an extra this afternoon, and gives seventy-four deaths of cholera yesterday , and up to noon today twenty-two deaths. The total number for eight days since-the commencement of the epidemic is five hundred. "[SECOXD DESPATCH.] Pit*bbur<i. Sept. 22, 9 P. M—There have Wen sixty dtvtth* of cholera to-<Iay, and there j s no abatement jn the disease'visible yet.

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

BALTIMORE—FaiBXT cast. Flour, per barrel, $8 00 to 8 CG Wheat, per bushel, 1 50 to 1 65 Rye, " 1 08 to I 10 Corn, • ' " 78 to 82 Oats, . " 49 to — 53 Cloversecd, " " 7 00 to 7 12 Timothy, " 3 50 to 3 75 ¦Whiskey, per gallon, 40 to 41 Beef Cattle, per hund., .' 4" 25 to 7 25 Ilogs, ' ¦¦" " 5 50 to G 50 Hay, per ton, e 18 00 to20 00 Guano, Peruvian, per ton, 50 00 to51 00 II AN OVER—Tnnnsn.iT UST Flour, per bbl., from stores, $9 00 Do. " " wagons, 8 00 Wheat, per bushel, 1 40 to 1 GO Rye, " 1 06 Corn, » . 75 Oats, " • 50 Cloverseed,." - 6 00 Timothy, " 2 50 Plaster of Paris, per ton. 7 00

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

fall Dtn <3oob$, full Stock. EYRE & LA~NDELL, Fourth, and Arch Sta., Philadelphia, will be able to offer extra inducements to Country Iluyers this Fall, as their Stock of Goods will be very full, and bargains from the New York and Philadelphia Auctions, daily received. Full assortment of the following-: SHAWLS, FLANNELS, NEW SILK, MUSLINS, F.MKRINOES, LINENS. WOOL PLAIDS, TABLE COVERS, M. DeLAlNES, BLANKETS, CASHMERES, QUILTS, &c. Owing to ihe excess of Importations, we shall be daily in receipt ol grkat jobs, from Auction. EYRE & LAN DELL. Fourth and Arch Sis., Philadelphia. 0^*Terms Nkt Cash, and prices low accordingly. ~ "-JSepi. 11, 1854. 3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

TsOW JS THE TIME S WEAVRR rRspectfufly announces to • the Ladift;: and Gentlemen of Geityshurg and vicinity, ;hat he has resumpd the Daguerreotype lnisirwsi, at the old stand, in Cliam-J^ershtirg-sireet,-where he will be happy to receive vfsitors desirous of securing perfect Daguprreolypes of th«vnselves or friends, i Being furnislied with an entirely new and costly appHratns, he- is prepared to take pictures in evpey style of the art and insure perfect satisfaction. J&3?*{'harges from 50 cents to 810. JB^°"Ho'irs of openitinjx from 8 A. M. to 4 P. SJj L _ . _ ^f* Tn dress avoid light, red, bhi<*, o . r, purple. Dark 'Jrnij ^!d? " much to the beauty of in> pictured = he r t IP, I^M tf

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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

] Sept. 25, 185 i. ly ! Administrator ' s IVolicc. CONRAD WAGONER'S ESTATE.— Letters of administration on the estate of i Ornirad Wagoner, lute of Tyrone township, ) Adams county, deceaseJ, having been granted lo the undersigned, residing in the ! same township, he hereby jrives notice to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, aud those having claims against the same to present them properly authenticated for settlement. ALFRED T. HARM\S,Jdm"r. ¦ August 28, 1854. 6t MUSLINS, Liiu-iis and Tickings for'nle -^ : ^—-fcCniCK'SV— POSITIVE SALE Ol? VALUABLE MINERAL ^ LANDS. THE undersigned . Executor of the last will of ABRAHAM B1EHL, late of Union township. Adams county, deceased, under the direction ' of the Orphan's Court of said county, will offer at Public Sale, on the premises, on Friday', the "2Sth day of September inst., the Real Estate of said deceased, consisting ot .ska i25^ ifcL t£x 'iiiJT ^ containing 96 Acres, more or less, situate in Union tp....

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

VALUABLE REAL ESTATE At Public Sale. THE^ub scriberjwilLJjflEVrlat Public,Rale, on the premises, on "Saturday, the lith day of October-next, the followingKeal Estate, to wit: . - ¦ A FARM, situate in Cumberland township, Adams co., on the Chamhersbtirg turnpike..^ miles frmn Gettysburg, adjoining "lands of John B. Mc-Pherson, Henry S. Minnigh, Abraham Plank, and others, Containing 180- Acres, more or less, . between 60 and 70 aerfls of which are Timberland. The land is under good " fencing and good cultivation. The improve- __ 4&*wi

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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

Also, A TRACT OF I.4\E>, adjoining the above Farm, lands of Dr. Hall and John Herbst, containing~44 Acres, more or less, abouT^l -t acres of which are Woodland. . Also,. A TRACT OF LAXD, on the Cliaml>er*burg turnpike, adjoining the above P;irm, lands of Henry S. Minnigh, John B. McPherson, and olhfrs. containing l(i Acres, more or less. The improvements are a Two-Story &Z$k stout Jmm, - ., -ISM with Back-building, Frame Barn, Wagon Shed and Corn Crib, a Blacksmith Shop, Carriage Wood-worker Shop, Trimmer Shop, and other buildings. There is a thriving ycuna Orchard on the premises, and a nevurlailtng

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Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

7& Acres, more or les§, with good propoitions of Timherarid Meadow " . A considerable part has been limed. ..The improvements wiw a . A*!, J ,,*A two sTopr loo - fl:! •• -n mmt asb sa^lIM A Good Barn and Shed*, an excellent Young Orchard, and a never-failing W'kII of Water near the door. Persons wishing to view the" property, are requested 10 cailupon the first named h'xecutor, residing in Hunti.ngton township, two miles West of Petersbur ' Lr. Alieiiduiice given and lerms made known JACOB A. MYEUS, JOHN 0. M'CHEARY, Sept. 11, 1854. ts — ttcccuturt.

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

norner s«HHI, ailjoiniog ihiios oi mejieirs Andrew Horner, li,eirs_of John Black & others. Containing 128 Acres, more ,or less,' about 28 acres of which are Woodland, with a due proportion of Meadow. The improvements are a Two-story ^ggj^ - .brisk HOtr^ , If m with Back-building, Rank -3arn,«BB(ES Wagon Shed, Corn Crib, Spring House. Carriage Houseand other outbuildings ; a fine Apple Urchanl, and" other choice fruit; a never failing Spring of water near the house, and a neveiTailincr stream throtigh the Farm. Persons wishing to view the" f.irm are requested to call-upon Mr. Wtn. Snouffer, residing thereon. JiUothe placewill be sold Jko, at t/u same time and place, win be sold,

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Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

A Iiargre T.og Barn, ' Hay and Straw Shed, Wagon Shed, Corn Cjib, and other outbuildings; convenient to water, and the land is in a good state of cultivation, fiaving been well limed. There is also a valuable LIMESTONE QUARRY on the place ^ and an Apple Orchard. . 0^7-This tract well deserves the attention of Capitalists, of those particularly who are engaged fn the Iron business, and of Farmers generally. ', >¦ . . Sale to commence at 10 o'plock, A. M., on sai<t day, when attendance vii\\ be given,and terms made known by .-. " ¦ * JQSEPa DYSERT ^ ^V. _ September 4, 1854. ts . " ¦ . .,- : .

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

Dwelling House, Hit and KITCHEN, a new BANK BARN, a Spring House, with a neverfailing spring of water, and jil ^ l necessary out builil;ngs; there is also a good House and Stable for the Miller. There is iikewise on this Farm an excellent MERCHANT MILL. The Mill is 60 by 40- feet " ,.three sJirries high; the water wheel is overshot, 24 feel hi<jh, running 2 n;iir ot Uuns, 2 pair of Chopping Stones, a SmurMahnthe, Prasler'Breaker, " and all other necessary nj>paratu9 belonging to-a .Merchant Mil!, all nearly new. —-also —: -

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

(aj^a mmirmM with a' Two-siory Brick Dack~-butldin<>, two Tenant Houses, a new Bank Barn, Brick Stable, W.igon &RWand CornCrib, Blacksmith Shop, two welts of vvateri an ^ lwf) young bearing Orchards. ' This is one of the most desirable properties in the count}, and should command the attention of capitalists. Also, A TRACT OF LAID, adjoining the aijove t containing 60 Acres, more or leSM,ahout5 sicres of which_ art » Wood ^ land. It is improved with a. Two-niory TVame HoifSe, an«l a Stable, with a neverf ' ailiii g well of water at the door.

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