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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

MARRIED. v Onthe28thult.,byRev.Jaco1>Ziegler.Mr. ENOSBROWN, of 7 Quntor«to»n. to Miss .ELIZABETH M BERCAW, of Mountjoy township. On ttae'Jfith iitnt, bv Be». 3. n. C. Dosh, Mr. WILLIAM E. MAUKBY to Miss SAKAH J. CLUTINtiKK, both of (Jettvsburg. On tha Sith ult, by Rev. D. P. Roienmiller, Mr. WIl"- LIAM H. STOCFFtKto MissELLKNOBAF. FRJJYBUIM1-KK, both of <i»ttysburg. " • . "™ N ™^ ' • "" At Harrisbure, on the 26th ult., the ITon. WILLIAM N.

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Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

CLERK. OF TUB COURTS. FELLOW-CITIZENS:—At the request of rnany"frien<l8, 1 again offer myself as a candidate for. tbe next CLERK OF TUB COURTS of Adams county, and respectfully solicit your favorable consideration and sup* port, pledging myself if elected, to discharge the duties of the office with punctuality and fidelity. - a J. J. BALDWIN. Mountpleasant township, Nov. 14, 1853.

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

QUEENSWARE AND GROCERIES.— . A. ARNOLD is now receiving a large lot of Qiit-ensware, which be will sell low. "Call and see. Oct. 2. STOVES—STOVES i ON- hund antf for sale, a gmat variety of C f *OK STOVES—very cb^p. Call and see them: ^g fiO. - AJt.NOLD. — Sep 'iemler 4, 1S51.

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

M4RIOA HANGERS. YOU will meet for parade at the public bouse of Moses Raffensper«er, in Vliimnrrtsbnrsf, on SuLurday.lhc Ht ' h of October next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. t with arms and accoutrements in complete order. A full attendance is requested. By order nt the Criptato, G«R?^KtHiS^A4^*^E4^T-Y^0^^ October 2, 1354. /

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

Sheriffs Sales. Sheriff Pcott will eipono to I'nblie Sale, on SinutruT, tbb 7tii o?Qctobbk inst.. at ^ l O'clock, P. M., at ttarCourtfcouse. iu the borouijh of Gettysburg, the following property, to w it: A Lot of Ground, situate in Reading tcmnshig, coqi^j.^nffJl^iirpK. more or less, adioinine lands of the heirs of

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Id=217 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

oominonwealih, or any other funds arising; under a revenue law now existing o-that may be hereafter enacted, so far aa the same may ba requi»ed to pay the interest of said debts semiannually, and annuall y to reduce the principal thereof by a sum not less than five hundred thousand dollars, increased yearly hy compounding at a rate of not less than- fire per centum per annum; the said sinking fund shall be invested inthe loans of the Commonwealth which shall be cancelled from lime to time in a manner to be provided bj law: no portion of the sinking fund shall ever be applied to. the payment of the debt of five hundred thousand dollars mentioned in the first section of this article-, but the said sinking fund shall be applied only to the purposes herein specified. Section 3. The etedit of ihe Commonwealth shall not in any way be given or loaned to or in aid of any individual, company, coc>- poration or association, nor shall the Commonwealth hereafter become a joint owner ...

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

HOLLOW^T'3 EILLS. To the Citizens of the United Stales .-I MOST hu 'nib!y,and sincerely thank you for the imflMfnae patronage which you have bestowed upon my Pills. I take this opportunity of stating that my Ancestors were all American Citiaei s, and that J-entertain for all jhat concerns America and the Americans, the most lively sympathies, so much so that I originally compounded these Pills expressly to suit your climate, habits, constitutions, and. manner of living, intending ".o establish myself among you, which I have now done, bytaking premises in New York. THOMAS HOLLOWAY, 38", Corner of Ann and Nassau 67s., New, York, PURIFICATION OF THE BLOOD, AND. LIVER AND BILIOUS COMPLAINTS. The citizens of the Union suffermuchfrom disorders of the Liver and Stomach, scarcely any are free from theae destructive maladies, hence life wears fast. The fair sex, perhaps the most handsome in the world, up to a certain period when, distressing to say, many lose their teeth and good looks.,...

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

PROCLAMATION €d iljc .(Ditijrns nf (firitijslmrg. Puivcrmacber ' .s Hydro- Electric ¦ tf i)i?&i.u;iy %/&MMb 9 C10NSTRUCTED to be.worn next to the 1 skin, producing a constanl current of unlNTERUUPTRn KLECTUO MAGNETISM effecting IMMEDIATE RELIEF,, FROM ALL ACUTE PAINS, and a - Pe'rmtnent cure of Neitralgic Diseases . ' Pulvermacher's Electric Chains were first used in France, three years since, for- the cure of A' trviMs Diseases, and after being submitted to the most thorough trial, in every hospital in Piris, by the most learned professors in that city, they were . recommended totheTxoveminent of France, w-hd granted " a patent for the discovery. During ihb years 1851-2, they were introduced in Germany, Austria, Prussia and England-, ami one year since, introduced and patented' % by ihe'Uiiitfd States (inveriiiu'ent. Most Astonishing Cures uf RhouinatlJin. ft. Vitus's D.ihco. l'.iinfulan'l SwellH .Joints, I'lilpiutinnof tliv Heart, j^ Neuralgia of the Face, ...

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Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

CUEAT ATTIUCTI0N! Q FAUNESTOOK&SONShavejnstre-IO« ceived anil are now opening ohh nt the l;ir<£e«t & most complete ;i.-)sortiiiciilH of Sprluir and Sumiiiei Dress Goods evur offered 10 th« public Our solection having been made tvfih jireat care, and our stock purchaned at reduced prices, we feel prepared to present iiitluoriiinnts such as are r.irely b flu red. Our slock of Dry Guoda has nevor been jsiirpassied and ¦with ihti addition nf our last purcliase, i-oinprisinir us it does (Jloths of.all priors anil (jualittes; Cassimeres,- Vestiny-a, Ivuntucly Jeans, Plaids lor Children, Be.raije IJe Lain« j K, M. l)e Liiines, Uerages, BenisrH Alpac.19, C;tlicneS i Ginghams, SHAWLS, (Caslunere, TliibeJ-autl While Crape, of e.very variety,) we challenge the county to produce their equal, as regards quality and price. Having added * largely to our. variety ol firocerlON-, we ate prepared to lurni>li Lite fiimst qnalitiesof Syrup, Molasses, Su^ar, &(&...

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Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

KKMOV1L. J. LAWRENCE HILL, M. Dj HAS hisOffice one door westof the Lutheran church, in Chamhershurg street, ami opposile (J ninTuurf^BTjSTRT-wirflTtr-tlrnsF-irrshhr" tohavH any 8>eillitl Ppcradouperfurmed are respectfully invited to ralL . references: ' Dr. I). Gilbert, Dr. C. N. Utrluohy, Dr. D. HnriwTt'Rev. C. P. Kranth, l).U.,Rev. H. L. Hatiglier, I). D., Rev. Prof. William M. Reynolds ' ,Uev. Prof.M. Jacobs, Prof. M.L.Suever. . Gettysburg, April 11, 1853. tf 2000 LADIES ¦ VRE willing to certify that the HAT1IAWAY COOKING STOVE is tho very best Stove now in use, inasmuch as they will do moie Cooking, ' Roasting and Dakiug, atid do it with less labor, and last as longagainas any other sUive now sold. These celebrated stoves are constantly kept for sale at a .very reduced price, at the Gettysburg Foundry & Machine Shop whore the subscribers, feeling determined to suit .11 i persons, havealso the Parlor, Sexton's Baltimore 0 Air-light. Peakskell, and Cahiuuh Cook ...

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Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

*t|1TJLL fee offered at.£«[fel«« wile, -<wvlb« Y f preuiisfcst unrStHiurda^ -Ute^tk-daj/ -vf t)cfd»P&£f. ' . ' $# -Real Estate ofPETlStt i^I DL Jffo. deceased, consisting, of situate-in-Tyrone township, A«iaios eounty. ;Hfcout one m . ile from New Ciiesier, on the road l.-adinj* from Hanover to Carlisle, adjoining lands of Joseph Hill, Jacob March, Kara Myets, Jacob FWler, and others, containing ISO ACRES Or j»ATI3XTE» LAM) more ox Jess, about 50 acres of which are well covered with Timber, and about 20 acres are Meadow, and aiore can be ' made. The improvements are ¦ ^ JhjjjA , A TVfO STOBT hOO DWEtUHO ^9j|||A Bank Barn, Wagon Shed, Corn Crib, Granary, Carpenter's Shop, and oilier outbuildings; two ~ never failing wells of water-on the premises, also an - ¦ ¦ ihWPi fe VfV Q, **S?A$> f* pnd Peach, Pear, Plom. and Cherry- trepfi.— The land is under irood fencing and excellent cultivation. ' The Farm will be offered in two parts, if desired :-100 acres, wit...

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

ww mm» MARCUS SAMSON HAS opened and is now selling rapidly at his Store in York street, opposite ihe Hank, a very large choice and cheap assortment of SUMMER GOODS, to which he invites the attention of the public. They have been selected with great care in the Eastern cities, have been bought cheap for cash, and will be sold cheap for cash—cheaper thannt any other establishment in Gettysbtirg. His stock consiois in part of Black, Blue, Olive, and Green CLOTH COATS, with frock, dress, and sack coats; also Tweed, Cashmeret, Italian Cloth, Linen Lustre, Check, Gingham, Sea Gra«s, Duck and Summer Cloth Coats; also a-' superior stock of PANTALOONS,- consisting in' part of excellent and well made French Black Doe-skin Cassimere, Fancy Cas*imere, Satinetts, Velvets, Cord, Linen, and Couonat ^ e.—The stock of VESTS comprises eve^p*variety of manufacture-—fine black Satin, Si!k, .Velvet, Italian. Silk, white, fancy and buft Marseilles, Summercloth, &c, &c. Fly Nets!...

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Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

HABBWAEE STQEE. THK subscribers ' would resnectfuny " announce to their frierfd * and th«'p«iblic that they have opened a NBW-HAKDWAKK Sli'0RK,-«» Baltimore. " Street, adjoining the residence of David Zicgler, Gettysburg, in which tn«y are opening AXAROB AND OENERiL A88OBTMF-NT 0*' HARDWARE, ^_ _ - 0 _____ STKKtb ^ - K ||_ hB CJltlJCF.RIlCS. ^^-^ CIJTLEBY/ CO KG H TRIMMINGS SPRINGS. AXLES, /g^ fflA-IE)_B>aiIBlB'2 > 9 5^** (Hciav-iyai'f, 01)ocr~£ tilings 1'alntN, OIIm, and I>yc-stufl8 v in general, including eve ' ry description of arti ole« in the above lines of business, to which tb .ey invite the attention of Coach-makers IJIacksmiths, 'Carpenters, Cabinet-makers, Shoe-makers, Saddlers, and.the publio generally. • •Qurstook having been selected with great oare and purchased torCash, wegaarariiee(for the Ready Money,) to dispose of any part of itonas reasonable terms as they can bepurchaned any where. We particularly request a call from onr friends, and e...

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Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

A FRESH SUPPLY! r|1H K" undersigned, has just returned from J[ tlie. (y 'nv with a large supply of FRESH (i()O DS, which he is prepared to sell at prices which cannot he heat. His stock consists of U It 4M BO 81 S ft* S , of nil kimls, Sugars, Molasses, Cotfees, Teas, Fish, Salt, Cr.ickeis, Cheese, Pickled Cucumbers, &c. Also, ' • - Fruits and Confections, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisins, Prunes,&c. — Also, Powder, Shot, Tobacco,. Segars, (Jail's celebrated German Smoking Tobacco, and a variety of other articles—Also, a firstrate assortment of the best qualities of LIQUORS, Wiijes ano Brandies, of different kinds,N. E. Hum " , H.ilUud Gin, Ofd Rye, &c —all of which can he had on the lowest terms at the Store of the subscriber, in South Baltimore street, next door to the "Star" olfice. ' --jfj-J-Also, always on hand a variety of Stone J'ii"s, &c.—Give us a call. EMANHEL 2IEGLER. Gelty;burg, May 15, 1854. DAILY LINE. FIKKKUDICED! ffl^HE subscribers...

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Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

situate in Mum in as burg, F,Mnklin township, Ailarus conniy, fronting on the turnpike, adjoining lots,of .Widow Sionerand olhors, having an alley.in the rpar. The Improvements area-One-and-a-Jialf Story $t!rk i, o « house, m(ui\ Log'SfcibleriiOf^lifcfprwkha ,VVcll of 5f0i!£ water near the door. The lot .has a variety ol irhoice Fnftt Trees on it. Sale to commence at 1 o'clocl; .in the afternoon of said day. Attendance given and terms wadeknown by , JOHN HOY Ell, Attorney in fact for Uie-Ucira. September 11, 1854. ts » TIMBER DCNDT~ - ' . .....\S 1 tes&iLii3o THE subscriber hap still a;few more lets nf TIMBER LAND for sale, which will be disposedT>freasonably. For information apply to > J.l>. PAXTON. Also a lot of LOCUST POSTS lor sale. Gottysbqrg, May.15, 1854. tf Administrator' * Notice. CONRAD VVA . GONKfrs ESTATE.— Letters of administration, on the '-stilts of Conrad Wagoner, bite of Tyrone township, Adams ¦ county, deceased, having been grante...

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Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

NEW ARRIVAL AND A GREAT GATHERING! ALMOST everybody is attracted to tlw? . Store of Ji L. SCHICK V ih'the. Three-Srory building. South West-comer of th« Diamond * to see the large and splendidstock of he has just brought from ihe cities, and he fs of course making any number of sales. But "the more the merrier," and the busier bets kept the belter he likes it. His assortment embraces Toadies' Ores* Goods of every description, such as Silks, Baregu de Laines, Challi Barege, Lawns, Drap de Beisie, Alpaca de lieige, Alpacas, Bombazines, Silk Down, liinftn Lustre, Calicoes, Giivjhains, Chambra fJinghams; Swiss, Jaconet and Cambric Mus-Iius," in every variety; Grape and" Cashmere SHAWLS; Laces, Edgings, Gimps, Dress TrimminffP.and Buttons, &c. For the Gpntlemen he has Cloths, Cassimeres,Cashiner(it, Italian Cloth, Drap de Ele, Vesiings.(a large and beautiful variety,) Cottonades . Linen Checks, Cray Linen, (something new aiid first rate,) Handkerchiefs, Cravats, Suspenders,...

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Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

A. MEETING OF TIIE ' ¦ KNOW NOTHINGS." TH E "Know Nothings " will meetat.the store of i-.ti. GUAMMKR, not Io sunder former parties ', but to examine his extensive stock of "" * """"; " New Spring and Summer Goods This being-his second arrival, which corfgiflts of Laclte»' Dress CJoodN, such as Silks, Borejjes, Berege de Lain, Jaconet and French Lawns, Debage Alpaoca, Alpaccas, Linen Lustre, Calicoea, Ginghams, CharnbHa Ginor* harn's, Cambrjc and "Swiss Muslin, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Collars, Sleeves, Black La,ce Veila, Edging, Gimpa, &c. % For Cirentlemen:—Cloths, Cassimeres, Italian Cloth, Caslimerets, (of every color,) and an assortment of Vestinjja, Cottonades, Linens (of every kind) and also a fresh supply, of which will be sold very low. His stock of goods have been selected with gifcatcare, and bought exclusively for cash,and he guarantees to dispose of them on as reasonable terms as they 6an be purohased elsewhere. Terms; Cash! or country produce—to punctual...

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Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

immm ioh *mm®m%--Aiuendmetits to the Constitution ot'lEic €J«miMonwealtl». Section 1. Ites>i/ved.by the Senate onJHinua of Rrprtsentativts of the (JuiHitwnwealth »f I't ' nnsylvania in General Assembly mir/,"Tliai tho following amendm«*nis-bejbiid__the same are hereby proposfjLj^-rtie ^ Constituiion—of the Commonwealth, under and iu-aceoidam- . e with the provisions of the tenth afliclr iheivuf, to wit: PkOPoSITION 1, TO BE ARTICLE XI. Skction K The aggregate amount of ctebta hereafter contracted '' by the 'Commonwealth) shall nem exceed the" sum uf five hundred thousand dollars, exeepvin case-ofwar to repel invasion, suppress insurrection, or to redeem the public debt of ibe Commonwealth, and the money so raised shall he applied Io the parpose for which, the debt may be contracted, or pay such debts, and to no other purpose. Section 2. To pay the public debt of Jlifr Commonwealth,; and debts which may hereafter be contracted in case of war to repel invasion, suppress ins...

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Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

THE WAR GOING OK! rpHK wiir in Kurope is largely engrossing JL |wblic attention, and prices 'generally are going up. But'tbe undersigned would suggest to his customers an>l everybody else that he has just returned from the city, with the cheajicst'and htst stock of \* ^ii )cy ¦&xa<& . s 9 £-&via, t^ Nut3, Confectionary, Fancy Soaps, &c, lift has ever before offered. Call and judge for yourselves, and if you do not pronounce his goods among the cheapest and best you have ever looked ajU.then is lie greatly mistaken. His slock comprises, in part, Coffees, Sugars, Teas, Chocolates, Syrups, Molasses, Crankers, Oranges, Lemons, Almonds, PaJm Nu'.R . 'Pea Nuts, Engjish Walnuts, Filberts; Confectionary, of a hundred soris: Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, Soda Saleraius, Washing Soda, a large variety of Fancy Soaps, and everything else "in his line. fj^-(/as,h or Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods. The E?loui* and Feed Juiciness is contin...

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Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

ANTI-NEBRASKA , Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. C1OME ONK, COME ALL, and tell your J neighbors to come, to the Store of the j "Two Extremes," and se.e the splendid stock of HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES.' now opening, of t,he latest style and of every variety, suitable For-the Spring and Summer j season, for Gentlemen, Ladits and Children. 1 havi; inatle arran'jeiiients to ^ have Boots and Shoes made to ordpr, by the best of work- , men. and of (rood material, in the quickesl possible time. . W. \V. PAX-TQN. " 1 Gettysburg, April 3. 1851. -,-^totios-IS hcrrhy [riven, that the Partnership hpretn fore esistinsj hiMvier'TTTi'iioMas Warken and Gcohok VVaiircx. trailing umfer tlie firm of T. Warren and S.in, is thi^; day dissolyed by inulnal consent. All persons knowing themselves indebted tosniil firm ar** requested to call and settle with the subscriber, at the Foundry, or their claims will he. left"with W. L. CaMTliEl.i., Ksq , for I'oilrcliun. April J., loJl. T. WAI?REX.

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