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Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854
BOUNTY LANDS FiRSONS entitled to. Bounty Lands under the acts of Congress of " the U-- ^'¦riited Stales-can have tlfeirclaims promptly and efficiently attended to by application either personally or by letter to the subscriber, at his office in Gettysburg. Claiinajus-whose applications have been suspended on acconntof deficiency in proof may find it to their advan« tagH to call. ' . - 0^7-The fee charged is $5 ineacb case,payable upon the delivery of the warrant. The subscriber will also attend to claims for Pensiuns fur Be yulutiuijary or other-services and the location of lands. The sale.and purchase of Land Warrants attended to, and the highest cash price paid for the same. R. G. McCREARY, May 17, 1852. tf. Attorney, at law.
Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854
NEW — HARDWARE STORE THK subscribers would respectfnlly announce to ihnir friends and.thepublic that they have, Opened a NEW HARDWARE STORK, in JiaJfirnitre Street, adjoining the residence of David Zitgler, Gettysburg, in which I hey are opening ' •—A LA I(O IS AND GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF .*" HABDWARE, IIS0»^\ ^ ' ; . ¦ - *rfgfe^3ii\ CUTLERY, COACH TRIMMINGS SPRINGS, AXLES,
Id=222 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! VBRAWI . ARNOLD has just relumed from the City wii'i the Largest, Cheapest, and Best Selected Stock of Spring ami Summer CJoods, ever before offered to' the town or country, consisting in part of German, French and Domestic Cloths, Bind; & Fancy Cassirneres, .Salin & other Vestings, Italian Cloths, Coats, Ginghams^Tweeds, Ky. Jeans, B.ir ' ege De Laiuesl'M. De Laines, Prints, Ginghams, and a great variety ol " Goods too numerous to mention. Alst/, a-large assortment of Bonnets, Parasols, &cv-O^ T-C-.vIl and see, as I am determined to undersell any establishment in the Town or County. April 3, 1851.
Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854
NOTICE TO ASSESSORS. rilH K_ Assessqrs . elecird at tlif B 1ast ¦S prjnjj JL Klection ace hereliy notified'to attprid at the Commissioners' office, in the Borough of Gettysburg, to receive blank Assessment DuplicnteS arfd the nfce.ssary 'inairiictions, as .lol ; lows: The Assessors for Union, ConowaijK, Durwick, Oxford, Hamilton, Reading,.Mountpleasant, Germany, Siriiban, arid " Mountjny, un IVetlnesday. ' theilth uf Uctabpr wit; and, the Assessors for the Borough, 'Cumberland ^ . Ffpp' Hn ' m. f.iberty. Hamillunban, Franklin^ Butler, Meiwllen, Tyrone, Mimtinirtoh and Laiimore, on Thursday.the I2>hif()cti>bcr next. By order of the Commissioners. J. " AUGHINB" AUGH', Cl'k. Sept. 11, 1851. td
Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854
TH E subscriber hereby gives nolire to those who have promised him WOOD on account, that he is in want of it, and that unle>s it is delivered forthwith, without any further notion, the Accounts will he placed in the hands of an otficer for collection, and the money required. '1V4YARREN. . / "^ rocerics ^ and Qiiccns^vare.— VJTJ. S. GRVMMER defies the town o: county to produce clic'ijier and better Groceries arri Queeitswarptrian he is now'selling. Sugnr oflir^t rain quality and ir-rrd to bVat, for on ly a F/Pn pound, and everything else in proportion. ~ " ^Aji riri t).
Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854
^ it<H' i',2caivS! 4,;siJfrC£<:Kii<s: l\ r r? have just received the largest slock >> of GROCERIES ever offered in the county, comprising 05 11 lids ot prime SUGAR, (,0 H.irrels of hest N. U. .MOLASSES, C hbds of finest quality of SYRUP, tngether wilh a large assortment of COF*FKni RICK, TOBACCO, &c, to whit-fr-wu inrite the aitentinu of purchasers, either wholesale or retail. Now is your time for cheap and desirable. Groceries; the pl.ice to furnish them i« -, FAHNKSTOCKS', -May 15. ' -- Sign if the Ihd Front. '" '¦TrlTy ' ''"4**.""^-'w.^ff Mf f 1 ' '¦ Vjrwm "± -u*" vrwj-"-~-¦.,- '- ¦ - ^ . ¦¦ «,;¦ - **=¦ ¦- BE MO TA t,. ' , J. LAWiiENCE^rrLL. -M. ^. TT"AS hi30fficeonedo_oj^^8jjoXth _eJ. .uJhjwai jj^FriTrHiT i rrCTntiriwraWrg-afrfcetr-and-opposite Grammet'sBtore, where those wishinj tohaveany l>eillJri Operation performei are respectfully inviied to call., REFER E.JJC E R : Dr. D. Gilbert, Dr. C. N. Berluehy, J)r. D Horner, Re...
Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854
||||k. :v^xuable $A W> j$P^ ' -- : '¦ ¦fcVB'UG'.&AVeS&ifm W ^ ; '- ."TN ¦p trrenanflVof an Order r of the «pian-s ' JLiJoarisQf Adams enflnty, ihe-snbscMJIjflfViip* p»iritadrrni8tee for the sale of the KiHHte ofWENR Y M KALS, deceased, will ¦ 3»£i&fel jiubluysale, (in the " premises, on Salur ""$^KM 30/h da&o£ September «ear/, tbe,/otlowiu$,ivp? uabte IWafJEstateofsaid deceased, viz : . y *'
Id=223 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854
- amaasa? 133333, 280 Market street, above 8/A, Philadelphia C. I. BuhIi & Rro., PropjleSors. rj^HI-S House has a central location, on one JL of the principal thoroughfares of the city. No effort spared to make viaiters comfortable. SI,00 per day. .Itin^ 1-2, 18" ) I. ly (^ LOVES and Stockings, :i!1 sorts and JT sizes, at " .S CHICK'S.
Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854
^^: ¦ I'AIKliA ' .WS ¦¦ E rrr r a tb.ni. ' Ay * cy> ' ~*~< ] 4- n . • <*• -\ - ~ a^-g 1 * /i^kl^^jg^ Sold at their . (. ^^^^^•Warehouse, 225 Market St, ^^Stji g^^^ I'HILADELPni.V. Railroad, Hay.Coahwd Farmers'SCALES, set in any part of the country, by experienced workmen, and at short notice. April 10, ISal. Gm
Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854
/. ADJOURNED COURT. "VTOTICE is hereby given that an adjourned JLl Cuuit of Common Pleas will lie helci at fieltysiiufg, on, Monday, ihe,"2d day nf.October nixt, at iOo'cIfick,A. M., when arid where ail parties interested, are rpquesied to be present.. JO UN ,«C OTT, Sheriff: ; > Sheriff's Officp, Gettysburg, ) . August -28,-lfi54. td ( •
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854
PROCLAMATION , "TTTHEREAS, in and by the Act. of the 1 TT Generai'Assembly of this State, entitled, "An act to ' regulate the General Elections of this Commonwealth," enacted on the 2d ot ,[ _.- July, 1839, it is enjoined on me to give Pubs'- lie Notice of such Election to be held, and to ; enumerate in such notice what officers are to * beelecied; I, 4. OHN SCOTT, Sheriff of the ( County of Adams,Jo, therefore, hereby give this" Public notice ro tlie Electors of the said County of Adams, that a. will be held in said County, on the Second :. Tuesday of October next\l he 10/A.) in ihe-sevcral Districts composed of the following Townships, viz r In the First district, composed oftheBorj ough of Gettysburg and -the township ot t S^&ffierlahHT^t the Court-house in Geitys; b r < W'the Second district, composed of "the • township of Germany, at the house now occu-4 pled by Levi.Creps, in the town of Littles' . ' town, in the township of Germany. ¦ - h ,. In the Thir...
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854
(T7*non, Gkouck Dajisik, the opposition candidate for Canal Commissioner, said in the Senate last winter, -that "Penmylvanin had an honed man iti the person nf her Chief Executive —William Bieusn." Gideon J. Ball, one of their ablest men in the House, and we know him as a most honorable man, once elected State Treasurer by the opposition, during the administration of Johnston, said last winter that "Guo. Bi gltr jvruone i> f the purest und safest men who ever filled the Gubernatorial Chair." The Whig press are, striving veryhard to convict these men, as well as their own candidate for Governor, of uttering falsehoods.—Who will you believe ? Progress of tub Yellow Fkvkr ix tits South, &o—(>»/umAta%. C, Sept. 23—Nearly the whole population of Augusta has quitted the city, and the country for miles around is covered with tents. The fever was increasing The Post Office was closed, and the mails delnyed, there being no one to distribute them. Np Southern papers ...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854
^S" nEiiEA8, AH lans to be efficient should havo the approbation anil sanction of the 1'enple : And WherciW, It is represented that a large nutniier, if not a majority of thp citizens of thin Commonwealth , are deeply impressed with the necessity of the passage of a Prohibitory Liquor Law: And whereas, It is imjwssible to obtain a certain indication of popular sentiment relitinn thereto by means vf petitions and retnon^trmices : Therefore SkctiosI. He it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General An«embly met. and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That the qualified voters of thin Cojnmonwe<Utli are hereby authorized, at the places for holding the general elections in their respective wards, boroughs and township*, on the second Tuesday of October next, to vote for and aguinst a law which shall entirely prohibit by proper iuvl constitutional.regulation* and jienalties, the manufacture and Bale'of intoxi...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854
Taxpayers, Read! [T7* The Commissioners of the Sinking Fund havo made a report of their.operations during the last'three years, from which , we learn lhat there hns been paid and extinguished of the pnblic debt of this Commonwealth, five hundred and eleven thousand, one hundred and fifty-nine dollSfslind tliirljPBneTSESirts^wid the certificates of . stock representing that sum have been cancelled. In addition to this, the sum of two hundred and sixty-four thousand. une unu louy-uouya -rcue notes have been cancelled aud d^feo3'ed, leaving a balance in the liandr. of tliPState Treasurer, applicable to the same purpose, of one hundred and twenty-eight thousand, six hundred and forty-eight dollars and eigth-foui cents, making in all a reduction of NINE HUN DUED AND THREE.THOUSAND,NINE nrxnuED and fifty dollars and FIFTEEN CTS. of the public debt. Think of this, tax-payers, when you come to cast your votes on'the second Tuesday of October. The State debt reduced nearly one million of...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854
were pUiu, ummu'o a . >e price was acknowledged upon all hands to be a fair one, and why then was the purehasS not made ? An overweening anxiety to accomplish a particular purpose, will sometimes .become itself an insurmountable objection to its accomplishment. This was the case in this instance. The desire manifested by the Whigs to take from the Democratic party its strength,led them into all manner of extravagant Assertions. They denounced the Public Improvements as worthless and a heavy burthen to the ta,x payers of the Commonwealth. They asserted that they would never, and never had paid any tiling like the interest upon the capital invested in their construction, and that therefore it would be much belter they were sold and the State relieved from theirmanageinent. " On the contrary, the Democrats contended that they were a fruitful source of revenue to the Coin nionwealth, and argued that it was wrong to depreciate the public pioperty. especially when it was desiro...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854
Sale of the Public Works, LET THE PEOPLK REAP AND JUDGE . toil THEMSELVES! . For many years the Whig pnrty of this State has been clamorous for a sale of the Pubjic Wbrksv-nlltging as-a reason, that they are a burthen to the tax payer?, and that they will never be a source of much revenue to the ' Commonwealth. Although this reason is piit forth m me w ing presses.- it is pretty genernHy understood. thut were the Works controlled by Whig officers the utility of a sale would be a matter with them of exceeding great doubt, and it is still more doubtful whether they would ever sanction a bill authorizing the sale The Democratic party, however, governed by the principle which recognizes aj; all times the soicc of the people, and wishing to satisfy what was declared to be the public will, had passed at the last session of the Legislature, a bill authorising ' the. sale of the Main Line for ten million of dollars. The Whigs rejoiced .that their favorite measure had been successful — W...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854
Warn the Committees. . "tViarn the committees to be vigilant" were the dving words of one of the greatest patriots and statesmen which our country ever possessed, and we know of no more fitting'season to reiterate these words ig the ears of the Democracy of the Keystone State trfan the present. The Whig leaders have now no public principles to discuss before the country ; they abandon all the issues presented to them by the Democracy ; and have resorted exclusively to the power of money, secret organizations, secret circulars,-.and traveling emissaries. In one county they,circulate documents prejudicing the people, against the Germans; in another county they assert that they are the bone and sinew of the country. In one county they"cater io the prejudices - of^rotestants against,catholics; and in another they court the votes of all. In .short, they ate all things to all men ; trimming their sails to every breeze for the sake of expediency; but in case of success the cloven foo...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854
From the LancoHfar Iiitellijfenrer. - Inconsistency of Know Nothingism. Strange as it may appear, _it is nevertheless a fact, that the Know-Notliings7rt7»«j» UtTntTinc conspirators of this City, whose creed consists in a totnL proscription .and exclusion of nit forfcigner«Trom every public trust—who would pirtrthe badge of odium upon them, and entirely repeal the naturalization laws—have the unblushing effrontery to ask a portion of them to assist in their own degradation by vVning the ticket that has been agreed upon by the Know-Nothing Order—and this in the very face of their defeat of Mr. KiiAWr, a Protestant foreigner, at the last School election in Lancaster ! The impudence of these men now, in t'heir approaches to foreign Protestants, is unparalleled. In accordance vritWtheir lying tactics, they tell this latter class of men thai they are only making war upon the Catholics—not foreigners in general—and invite their help in such a cause. The Father of Lies himself could not...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854
^ UOCEBUES! <*Rm;fl<;Hi*,$! "W7~K have just received the largest stock \\ of GROCERIES ever offered in the county, comprising 25 Hhds.of prime SUGAR, 60 Barrels of best N. O. MOLASSES,, 6 Hhds of finest quality of SYRUP, toaet her with a large assortment of COFFEE, RICE, TOBACCO, &c, to which we inviie the attention of purchasers, either wholesale or retail. Now is your time for cheap and desirable Groceries; the place to furnish them is FAHNESTOCKS', May 15. Sign if the lied Front. RANDOLPH & LATIMER, PRODUCE 'ly UUL'ik'WmiJM &i&A tf'XTsLA^ i t>r Ao. 6G South street, ii A LTIM OR E; ATTEND particularly to the sale of Flour, Grain, liny, Cltitcrsecd, and all kinds of Country Produce, and aru prepared to furnish ba<xx to persons wishing; to consign to them. November 7, 1853. lv I^aucy Articles.—To see a fine collection of Fancy articles, at very reduced prices, gi) to Fahnestocks', where you can select from .i lar^e as...