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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

-8rfT^8**-, the following Real. Estate pi said deceased, viz: J-[\, * ' ¦ ' ' , 1 '•- <£±. Sa0 si a? 33a ^ j- \ Iflte the Home Place of Mr. Ferree, 'situate in Tyrone township, Adnmst rouniy,"adjoining (lands of Amos Myers, Jacob PVrree, Jacob ArJilsberger, and others, containing . 252 ACRES, MORE OK LESS, having largp proportions of Woodland and Meadow. The improvements. consist of A TWO STOft 'V WKATHEKUOAIIDED ^ jf^fSSk soTr.sB, sBBfe A Stone Bank Barn, StBgRSBBk Wagon Shed nnd Corn Ciib, Spring House, TENANT HOUSE, Stable, .&<•., with a neverfniling spring cf water at each dwelling, and an Apple Orchard on the premises. Tl]is has always been admitted to be one of tbe best grain-producing Farms in the whole neighborhood. Persons wishing to view itare requested to call upon Mr. F. Ficlces, residing thereon. As tlie Farm is susceptible oi convenient division, it will be offered in two parts or in whole, as purchasers may desire. Sale to cornrnwice nt I o'clo...

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

AT PUBLIC SALE. IN pursuance of a pluriija.Order of the Orphan's Court of Adams county, will be offered at Public Sale, upon the premises, on Saturday, the 28/A day of October next,* a portion of. the Real Estate of JACOU MYERS, late of Hunttn<rton township, Adams county, deceased, consisting of A EPEi ^ SJ.^P ^ 'JP a. or Tract of Land, situate in said township of -H-unlington, containing 73^Acres aiid-rfH-Ret ches, more or less, of Patented Land, adjoining lands of Isaac Sadler, John Plank, Mary Wha'rionyChristian HuinineUr.iugh nnd others. The improvements consist of a Two-story Log . ^j!^ Dwelling House, Mi Double Log Darn, n Stone Spring House and Wash House; a good; Orchard of Apple and Peach Jrees. There are about 5 acres of good Meadow—10 acres covered with good Timber —the lesidue consisting of farm land, in n good state of cultivation, part having been, limed. Sale to commence at I o'clock, P. M., on said day, when attendance will be given and terius made known b...

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE THE •ub8criber, intending to relloquWi farming, offers for «ale, j. ".yfytfifr a g ^ j yvn^ nrH f \a on which he resides, situate in CuinberUuWl township, Adams count;, near Homer's Mill, and near the road leading from Gettysburg to Tanpytown, adjoining lands of James- Black, Dr. John Runkle, £11 Horner, and others, containing 153 Acres, more or less; about 40 acretare well-timbered Woodland, with a due proportion of Meadow. The improvements are a one and a half story L og^j&gdL DWELLING HOUSE, Ml a double Log Barn, with sheds all around ; Wagon Shed, Corn Crib, and other outbuildings; and a well of neverfailing water at the ' . door. Rock creek ¦ passes along one side of farm, and. a small stream, which never, falls, along Ihe other. There is ~ a Voung- r #i^B»rtJ J» of choice fruit on the premises. The land is under good fencing and good cultivation, s considerable part having been limed. If the propeity is not disposed of at Private Safe befor...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

VALUABLE FARMS, j tiouwrjtijr J.rf.vu, AT PUBLIC SALE. THE Subscribers, Executors ol GEORGE DEARDORFF, deceased, will offer at Public Sale, on Friday, the 12th day nf Oc/oher next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., on iu6 premises, part of tbe ic-iLsraioiT.jjLKic, of 8»id deceased, situate in Latimore township, Adams county. Pa., on the State Road, two milea from Petersburg, <f£Y. S.) adjoining lands of Henry Lerew. Jacob Livingston and others, containing 15O Acres, more or less, about 40 acres being good Timbcland—the whole under srood fencing, and the arable part in excellent cultivation. Lalimofe creek passes jlnotigh one corner of the tract. There is a . OneSlory DWELLING, a never failing Spring of Water, and a first rate young bearing ORCHARD, on the premises. ' The tract will be offered in one or two parts, as may best suit purchasers. -- - ' Also, at the same time and p lace, will be offered the following Timber Lands and Town

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

From the Ro.viin^ Oazette. TnE Darsie RESoumox. — We stated last week, that the late Whig County Convention refused, or omitted, to pass a resolution in favor of Darsie, the regularly nominated Whig candidate for Canal Commissioner. This is literally true, notwithstanding tlie proceedings, as published * !)* the Jnumal, contain such a resolution. We can produce the testimony of more than twenty persons who were present, to profe that neither that resolution, nor nnothing like it, was read or passed hy the Con.-vention. The resolutions that did p.iss—or that were iiffered, for we believe no vote was taken iifxjn them—were published in the Prex* of the following Tuesday , and, while I?ollock and Smyser are conspicuously mcntionedT Darsie's name is not in one of them. 'It was not until after this omission was noticed, and remarked upon with dissatisfation by certain old fashioned Whigs who happen to have boen born on the " same foreign soil with Darsie, that the Darsie resolution, ...

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

MONEY LOST! IT is an ESTABLISHEDFACT that many |»ersons lost aioney by not purchasing Goods at the well known CHEAP STORE of Ahram ATnold, at ibis, old stand, on the South East corner of. ihe Diamond, where he is now receiving the cheapest, prettiest and best selected Stock of ,. Fall and Winter Goods, pqpr before offered-to the-citizens of Adams county,.consisting, in p.irt, as follows : LSl'dek, Blue and Brown French-. Cloths, Fancy, Fell and.Beavnr Clothe fur Over Coats, ^ Newest Styles,) 13lack and Fancy Cissimeres. Tweeds, Jeans, Cassinets, &e. &c, for Men's wear, Silks, Mous de Laiue, Alpacas, Merinoes, Plain and. Fancy .Sack FInnneis, also a beautiful assortment of Satins and Silky for Bonnets, Bonnet Riu ' ion, and a great variety of other articles,- all of 1 which the public are respectfully requested to call and examine for iheuiBelves.jbelieviiifi that it is only necessary to see our goods, prrci; them, and examine, to induce, persons to purchase. A ...

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Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, Al Public Sale. PT1HE subscriber will offer at Public Sale, J. on tbe premises, on Saturday, the lilh day nf October next, the following Real Estate, to wil • ' ¦ A FARM, situate in Cumberland township, Adams CO., on the Chambersburg turnpike, 2 miles from Gettysburg, adjoining laridit ul John B. Mc-Phf rson, Henry S. Miimigh, Abraham Plank, and others, Containing 180 Acres, more or less, between 60 and 70 acres of which are Timberland. The lmi<j is under good fencing and good cultivation. The improve- .JCfftA merits are a Two-story Brick i$%ft*aA L\]liU\ ilUUii:, MeM wi:h a Two-6ftry Brick Back-butldin", two Tenant Houses, a new Bank Barn, Brick Stable, Wagon Shed and Corn Crib, Blacksmith Slipp, two wells of water, and two >'x)im;i_beaxiiie;_Qrcliard8, _ This_iij_ojie^o.f_the

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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

Lots: ' 25 Acres of Good Timber-Iarid, more or less, situate in tiaid Latimore township, adjoining lands of Joseph Fickel, Henry Fickel, Warner Townsend, and others. 8 Acres of Timber-Land, situate in Dickinson township, Cumberland county, adjoining lands of Jacob Sipe, Francis Coiilson, aud others. THREE TOWN LOTS, situate in the town of Peteieburg, (Y. S,,) near the West end, find bordering on the Carlisle Turnpike. The lots are well calculated tor building purposes, and one of them has a never failing Spring of Water upon it. Also, on Saturday, the Hth of October,next, at 1 o'clock, t. M.% on the premises, will be offered, ¦ ¦ *£Z* I^»J^ I32 :S}££ O situate in Hunlington township, Adams county, one mile from Heidlersbnrjr. on tbe ojd Carlisle road, nrfjoinhig lands of Peter Wilier, Michael Fiasel, Jolni ^ Bolehiraffd"UltTers, cort-

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Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

Henry Overlioltzer, Elijah Spnngler, and others. The impro vements are a one and a half story log Dwelling-HouRS, a log Stable, and (tome Fruit Trees. Seized and taken in execution a» the property of Jacob S. IIildelrasd. Alsor. a Tract ot Land; (situate in Cumberland township, odjoiningliinilnof George Wilson. Ludwick Essick, George Plank, Emanuel Filter, Bank of Gettysburg, and others, containing 273 Acres aod 77 Perches, more or le«i. The improvement* are a two Ktory Log House, frame Stable, and other Out-build ings, a well of water, and an Oohard.— Seiied and taken in execution M tho property of JUcHiEt C. Glabeson, witU notice to J ames Ooofee, and other terre tenonU. JE?"That portion of the above tract of land which has not been aliened by Jan, Cooper, Esq., will be first wild; then the part last sold by him, and so on in_tho inverse order of the dates of purchases, until sufficient money has been realiied to satisfy the judgment on the mortgage. Also ' ,'OS MOXDAT, THE &a...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

Two Teachers Wanted. THE School Directors of Hamilton township, will meet at the Public Sclinolhouse in the lown of East.Berlin, en Saturday, the I4/A day of October inst., at 1 o'clock, F. M., for the purpose of employing teachers, to take charge of tlie town schools., . . B. HlLDJgBllAND, Sec'y. October 2, 1854 td : LET THE FACTS BE KNOWN! THAT ABR-AM ARNOLD has just returned from the Eastern cities, with the largest and best selected stock of goods for Men and Boj's''wear ever before offered,which he is new making up, at the Old Stand, where lie invites all who wish to purchase CLOTHING, made of nnd hy good workmen, to call and examine his stock bfifore purchasing elsewhere, as lie is determined to undersell any clothing Store or Slop Shop in the town or country.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

- Barn Burnt. On Thursday evening last, between 6 and 7 o'clock, the large brcfc Barn, upon the prol^ rty^Bli^oBy-MttHbKR^roi . les fast oLGetL tyshurg, on the York pike, at present occupied by Mr- IJkmi.kb, "eras destroyed by fire—the entire contents, compr^ng tire.whole crop of the present season, with a large amount of old grain, being consumed . The. fire, it seems, originated ™ the mow. Mr. Hctnlec was in the barn at the-time, feeding ^ and the, first intimation he had of thV-fi . re, was the alarm given by members of the family from the house, a little distance off. * Mr. H. had no light with him, ko that the cause is sotnewfiat. mysterious; probably the work of an incendiary. - -The barn was one of-lhe largest and best in the county-It was insured, we believe, in the Cumberland Valley Conipany.—Star.

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Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

ifkWm ®2 H&RS,2&7. Cheap Watches & Jewelry, TTTHOLESALB & RKTAlL,at)he Phil. T T adelphia Watch and Jewelry Storr, No. 96 North Second street, corner of Quarry, Philadelphia. Gold Lover Watcha<T. full Jeweled, 1$ c&r«t cues, "t$23 00 Gold Lepinev 18 caret, • • • • '24 00 Silver Levers, full jeweled, . • -12 00 SUrer Lepiaes. jewels , ft. - - 8 00 Superior Quartiern , - - - 7 00 (JoM Spectacl«», - _ . • -7 00 Fine Silver do. - V" . " - - 150 Gold llracelots, - - • • - 3 00 Ladles' Gold Pencil*, - - - - 1 0& Silver Tea Spoons, Bet, - - - - 6 00 Gold Peas, with Pencil anil Silver Holder; - ~ - I 00 Gold Finger Rings 37$ cents'to S80; Watch Glasses, p lain, 12J cents, patent 18 ' f; Lunet25; other articles in proportion. AH goods warranted to be what they are sold for. STAUFFER&HABLEV. On hand, sortie Gold and Silver Levers mi Lepines. stiinower than Uie above " pricai. • " Sept. 2571851^ Ij

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

NOW IS THE TIME! S WEAVER respectfully announces to • the Ladies anil G^ntlf-men of Gettysburg and vicinity % ihat he has resumed the Daguerreotype business, at tbe old stand, in C-hambersburg street, whpre he will be happy lo receive visitors desirous of securing perfect Dawuerreotypea of-tbeoiselves or friends. -Being furnished with an entirely new and <ostfy-appftratms-h. eis-pw'a rrrlj a jg kejjictu res in every style of tbe aft and insure perfect saiisfiiciion. fi®*Cbarges from 50 cents to S10. S«?*"Ho'tr8 of operatHig from- 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. ggs»fc^(Jress avoid light, red, blue, or purple. D^k dress adds much to the beauty -o f the picture. Sept. 18, 1854. if npiCKI\G _S, MUSLINS,&c—Spmejnore "X of those _cheap Tickings, Mu'slinst &c., have bean revived by A. ARNOLD-

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Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

To my Fn'tnda and Fellow Voters of Adam* co. I N iiceordance with the wishes of numerous i'rienflrt, 1 offer myself as, an '»Independent Candidate" -far the offire of REGISTER^ RECORDER of Adams-county, ajtd respectfully solicit your voles ami influence, at the next General. Election. Should I be elected, every exertion on my part shall b<r made lo evidence my sense of your confidence by a faithful and impartial performance of the duties thereof. JOHN L. GUBERNATOR. Conowago twp., August 21, 1854. TIHE undersigned will be a candidate for _ tbe_Offiee_of_REGlSTJ^lt & RECORDER, and pledges himself, if elected, lo discharge the duties of the office with fidelity au& impartiality. JACOB FULWEILER. Franklin township, April 21, 1854.

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

Turnpike Dividend. THE . President and Managers of the York and Gettysburg Turnpike company have dec I arFd~a~Dtv id etui ofOne Per Vent.j payable on or after the2Slh instant. (JEO. SVVOPE, Jlss'l. Treat. SeptemlVek 25, 1854. 3t Kxeciiloj'^ Notice. DAVID GttlEST'S ESTATE—Letters testamentary on the estate of David OrieHt, late of Latitnore township, Addinsco., dee'd., having been granted to the undersigned, residing in the same township, he hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said estate t " o make immediate payment, and those having claims against ihe vaine to present, them properly authenticated for settlement. JOKL UR1EST, Ex'r. September 25, 1851. Ot

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Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

Halloicay's Pith, a certain Cure for Asthma. —These Pills have effected several wonderful cures ol these complaints. The following ia one out of five hundred : James E<unshaw, of Philadelphia, suffered with asthma far fifteen months, lite continual cough completely shook his system, caused him to epii-hlood', and at times almost choked him/ Everything he ate he vomited, and be became the mere g host of his former self; Holloway's Pills, fnMhis instance, were, as usual, efficacious; (aided as ihry were by the Ointment, which he well rubbed into hjp chest.) and in seven weeks hy these remedies, he was cured; he has since regained his wonted strength, and warmly, recommends Holl'.iway's medicines to his fellow citizens.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

iai n tng ¦= 75 Acres, more or less, with good proportions of Timberand Meadow. A considerable part has been limed. The improvements ' /ire a ; £• »^. TWO STORY LOO, * flj » jj {jj wsmi aa j> ^j w, I-si A Good Barn and&eds, »n excellent Young OrchardTnnd a never-fuiling Well pi Water near the door. Persons wishing to view the property, are requested to eflil upon the first named Kxecutor, residing in Hunlington township, two miles West of Petersburg. Attendance tfiveii and ifertim mada known bv

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

Judge Ikvixk wns one of our most esteemed and respectable citizens, lie i ecei v e I a Lieutenant's Commission in 1S0S. and remutnod in tlie Army of the United States until the clone of the War of 1S32, after " which he commenced tlie pmetice of law. He was for several yeiint Deputy Attorney General for the County of D.tupliin, «h<l in the years 1S10-20 a reprexenUitivt) of thi* countr in the Legislature of l'enn-B^'l vauia. H« was appointed" by tiovemor 8hunte Prenident Judge of the several Courts of the counties of York and Adams). For the la»t two years he has been residing iu Hnrrisburg.—Item. - On Thursdny last, Mr. BENJAMfN WISLER, of this ' county. On Saturday last, " in this Borough, Mrs. McCURDY, relict of James McCurdy, deceased. . " At MadisunvilLo. Teuncssee, on the 28th of August, Mr. JOHN AU-NEW, Jr.. aged 55 years and 6 months. At Westminster, on tho 10th ult.. JENNIE, eldest daughter of John K Lon£«'ell, Esq.. aged 1] years ami 10 raonUm. Ou the aftth utt., ...

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

' DEMOCRATIC RALLY! A DEMOCRATIC MEETING will be held in Gettysburg, ou Friday Hvenlng next, October fiih, at 7 o'clock. WILSON. RKILLY, Ksq., the Democratic candidate for Congress in this District, and Gapt. JACOB ZIEULEU, of Hiirrislmrg, are expected to address the meeting. Let. aix comb, and hear good old Democratic truths, us they have stood since the Independence of our country, ancl as they wilt stanJlliruughoDt.aH time. COME! . Oct. 2, 1854.

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

best CUTTERS in the country, lie is pn-pared to make ifj) clothitijr at ihe shortest notice and in :he best style. His motto is Quick Sales and Small Proliis. October 2, 185*. tf " yaluXble farm, AT PTIBLIC SALE. THE Subscriber, Executor of PETRR FERREE. deceased, will offer at Public Sale, iIip . premises, "Friday, NlWtmbSf oHie, Oil IIIP . premises, uil rnuuy, crtrecmucr

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