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Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

PUBLIC SALE ; OB'VALUABLE i^i^almJiaiss-i rriHE Subscriber, Kxecnlor of the last will JL of ABRAHAM BIEHL, late of Adams county, deceased, under (h6 direction, of the Orphan's Court of snid county, will ofl'er at public sale, on the premises, on Saturday, the 4th day of November ntxt', the Real Estate of said deceased, consisting of A FARM, , Containing 96 Acres, more or less, situate in Union township, adjoining lands of Clark, Zell & Co., and forming' a part of the Tract Irom which that was ptiichrised in consideration of tlie VALUABL' K IRON ORK upon it, and several hundred toi^s of which have already been mined by those gentlemen; it also connects with the lands of Enoch Lelever, and forma a portion of the Riiliie from which ibere is now being taken, on both sides of the F.irm, flu abund¬ ance of as rich Iron Ore as ciin be found in the Slate. This Tract shows indications of p^issessing great quantities of rich Iron Ore.— 'i'he improvements are a Two-story - •'—-JV...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

VALUABLE REAL ESTATE At Public Sale. IN ,pursuance of an nlias Order of Ihe Orphan's Court of Adams connty, the snbscriher, AdminiRtralor of JOHN STUMP, deceased, will offer at public sale, nn the premTsp«, on Saturday, the 2Bth dny nf October iiMant, the following valuable Real Estate of said deceased, viz: ¦ A TRAS3? OP LA1TD, containing 96 AC!RES, more or leas, situata in Butler township, Adams county, near Fisher's Mill, adjoining landa of Adam Rnd VVm. Oiirdner, Jeremisih Diehl, Esq, John Dull and oihors—a du»- proportion-is Mnadow^—THa improvements j»£e ^ a Two-story ^ JaSijfc. WEATHEHBOABMO " - ~ | 'Sf Mf ' and -Ivitchen, Log Batn, Corn Crib, and other outbuildings;, a well.of never failing Water near ihe Kitchen door, a ml'A good thriving Apple Orchard. Tlie land is under good fenc'ing and in excellent cultivation. AIno, A TRACT OF WOODLAKD, containing 14 Acres, more ot less, situate in Tyron<*.township, Ad;ims county, adjoining lands of Widow Eckenrode, and...

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

VALUABLE TAVERN .. STAND, AT PUBLIC SALE. IN pursuance of an Order of the Orphan's Courl of. Adams county, granted on pro» ceedings ip partition, the-Subscriber. Administrator of SOLOMON AlAiKR-IV-deeeasedr will offer at Puhlic Sale, on the premises, on Saturday, October 38/A, 1854, the following Heal Estate of snid deceased, viz: situate in the ttfvvnol Hampton, Adams county, and known as Lots Nos. 49, 50 and 51-, fronting.on the Hanover and Carlisle Turnpike road, and tunning back to anflley. The improvements consist of a ^gj iBSSL Two-slvry FrameiVealherbimrdcd )§!"§fTTldl . house, mm nnd Baclibuilding, commodious STABLING, anil all .necessary outbuildings; 2 neverfailing W/vlla of water, one in front and the other in the rear ot the house. There is also on the premises a choice variety of Apple, Peach, and other fruit trees. 'The property has for many-years, been occupied as-a Tavern, by Mr. Albert and others, nnd is now occupied as a Store. The improvements are upon l...

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

VALUABLE FARM, — AT PUBLIC SA1E. THE Su!»sp»Jber, Executor of PETER FERREE, deceased, will offer at Public Sale, on tlie premises, on Ffidny, November 3d, 1854, the following Real Estate of said deceased, viz: { ( ¦ ^£l. I^aciapiioag, ¦ ./ f late the Home Place ofjVfr. Ferree, situate in Tyrone township, Adams county, adjoining lands of Amos Myers, Jacob Ferree, Jacob Arnlsberger, and others, containing 252 ACRI2S, MfrRE OR JLJ3SS, having large proportions of Woodland and Meadow, The improvements consist of A TWO 8TOHV WKATKKKbOARDED j-J$SBJL HOUSE, WM A Stone Bank Barn, tSfSBKSKu Wagon ShedLand Corn Ciib, Spring House, TKNAVT HOUSE, Stable, &c, with a oeverfai'.ing spring of water at each dwelling, and an Apple Orchard on the premises. This has always been admitted to be one of the best grain-producing Farms in the whole neighborhood. Persons wishing to view it are requested to call upon Mr. F. Fickes, residing ib«reon. As the Farm is susceptible of convenient divis...

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Cu "1- p. .fa Mt '•? , W <& h & U <L ' IV il/ o Ritnli or f;«f tj'Mlmrg. ) OCTOBCK 9, 1H.' ) J. J "^"O TICE is lipreby given to the Stocki.-%-hol<l ^ r«-Hi-the B-in k- fif- Getty-jbur^rHhat fin Elation forTHIUTEEN DIRECTOItS, to serve om-yeur, will be held at the Bankingh<ju-ie, on Monday, The 'JO/A day of November wxl. ' •; J. B. " MoPHERS'JN, Cmhier. A(lBiiiitiN$i'»l(>i* * K Hoticc. DR. DANIEL BAKER'S ESTATE—Letters ol ' ad/ninistration on the est.ile of Dr. D.inii'l Baker, lrfte of East Berlin, Hamilton towiiKhip, Adams county, deceased, having been grained to the; undersigned, residing iu the same place, he hereby gives notice to all persons indVlileil to said estate to nvikr iuiuie-<li?ite p.iyment, and those having claimsa^aiost Ihe frfini-lo pri.'uenl them properly authenticated for settlement. CEO ROE BAKER, Adm'r. October 1), 1851. ot STOVES—STOVES! ON b.ind Hnd for «.tle, a >rrHat variniy of OOK STOVES—...

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

(abe ittarkefs. Corrected from the latest Oaltimore,YorkA;IInnovor papers BALTIMORE—Friday i.fsT. _ rifiux4ier_bAiirdI _ ._ S7_87..tp 8 QQ_ ¦Wheat,-per bushql, 1 55 to 1 -80 ~R ye7 " :"' — '1 0()-to-l-r5 Corn, '« 78 to .7 .9 Oats, " , -44 to 50 . Cloverseed, " . • G 75 to 7 00 Jiinothy, - " . 3 50 to 4 00 Whiskvy, per gallon; t 37, to 38 •Beuf Cattle, per htrnd., 4 50 to 8 25 Hogs, " " 5 25 to G 25 -Hay, per ton, 18 00 to20 U0 Gtrano, Peruvian, per ton, 50 00 tool 00 HAN'OV13Hi-TKCHSIMlM..iST Flour, per bbl., from stores, §7 75 Wo. ". " wagons, 7 12 Wheat, per bushel, 1 40 to 1 60 ' live, " ' 1 (JO Corn, " ' 7 0 Oats, " 50 Cloverseed, " G <)0 Timothy, " ' 3 00 Plaster of Paris, per ton, 7 00 yoilK— FitiiMV i.-ST. Flour, per bbl.,fn;tn stares, ' §8 25 Ho- " from wagons, 7 00 Wheat, per bushel, 1 50 to 1 70 Rye, " 1 10 Corn, . " ' 7(i Oats, «* - . _ ;")|J Cloverseed, " 6 25 Timolhy. - " • H - r >(> Plaster of Paris, per ton, 7 50

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

u ^iU jtf&wm ATPBBLIC SALE. IN pursuance of a phuies Order of the Orphan's Court of Adams county, will be offered at Public Sale, upon tli=» premises, on Saturday, the 28/A day vj October next, n portion of the Keal Knum «f JACOB MYKKS, late of Huntingtoii township, Adams oouniy, deceased, consfsling'of ''. ~4±-3P Ili^Jb!!rJlJ^u^.H _@_ SI.9_ or Tract of Land, situate in sirfil township of HiJTJliYrgtTjnrcoTitai~nirig r 73~A"cres and ;)!» Perches, more or less, of Putenied Land; adjoining lands of Isaac Sadler, John Plunk. Mary Wharf on, Christian HiHnnielbjtagli mid others. 'I'he iinprovuiuuniG consist vWa Two-story L ° " . Mrvri g Dwelling House, ||jJL Double Log Barn, a Stone Spring House and Wash House; a good Orchard of Apple and Peach trees. There am about 5 acres ofgood Meadow—10 acres covered with good Timber —the residue consisting of farm land, in a good slate of cultivation, part having been limed. Sale to commence, at I o'clock, P. M., on said day, when attend...

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

To the Honorable the Judge* of the Court of Quarter Session* nf Adams county. r~|Ml.E undersigned respectfully represents, JL that she has heretofore 8een engaged in keeping an Inn or Tavern in the town of Nevr Oxford, Adnms county " —that she is well provided wi\u stabling and with .houf.e _roomjuid. convent! rices, for the lodging and accommodation of strangers and travellers. Ami slid prays your Honors lo grant hera license lo continue the same. ,i ¦ ELIZABETH MILEY. We, the undersigned, citizens of Oxford townships, Adams county, being personally acquainted with Elizabeth .Miley, the above petitioner, and also having a knowledge ot ihe house fm which the license is prayed, do hereby certify, that such house is necessary toacclrmifioilriie the public and entertain strangers or iMvrll'Ts, fliat she is a person of good * r»« pull l.,r li<uie«ty and temperance, and ihat she is well provitlt'il with house room and conveniences for the lodging and accommodation of siMjigers...

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

following described Real Estate of said deceased, viz: • * » A TRACT OF I/tTO, known as the Mansirtn Farm, adjoining tanda of Lawrence Scboeffline, .foaepH Baker,~ST>rahiim Myers, and others, situate in Franklin township, Adams county, containing89 Acres and 10 Perches, in good cultivation. The improvements /ire a j - «. TWO STORY LOO I j- ~ » wanw® ^w&JIsm Log Barn, &c. There is a good Orchard, a ad an excellent spring nf water near the house. 'I his tract will be sold entire, or in Lots, to suit purchasers. _ Alsw, A TR1CT %F I. ISO, adjoining the above described Farm, and containing 24 Acres and 100 Perches. Persons wishing to view the property are requested to call upon the Adminifltratot, residing in the vicinity. Sale ' to commence at 12 o'elock. M., on said day, when attendance will bu given and terms made known by JOHN BRADY, Adm'r. By the Court—Eden Norris, Clerk. October 9, 1854. 18

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

MONEY LOST IT is an ESTABLISHED FACT that ma* ny persons lost money by not purchasing Goods-fft the well known CHEAP STORK of Ahram Arnold, at his old stand, on lire Suuili East corner of the Diamond, where he is now receiving ihe cheapest, prsltiest and best selected Stock of Fall and Winter Good*, eqer before offered to the citizens of Adams county, consisting, in part, as follows : Bhck, Blue and Krown French Clolha, Fancy, Felt and Beaver Cloths for Over Coats, i v Newest Styles,) Black and Fancy Ojusimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, (Jissinets, &c.&c, for Men's wear, Silks, Motis d« Laine, Alpacas, Merinaes, Plain and Fancy Sack' Flannels, also a beautiful assortment of Satins and Silka for Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbon, and a great variety of other articles, all of which the public are respectfully requested to call and examine lor thfiinsel ves1(ljelieviug that it is only necessary to see our goods, prictt them, and examine, to induce persons lo purchase. A large lot ...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

nkw STvr.K or business on tub c,\H» phinci-PLE, '"QUICK SALES AND SHOUT IMloKI'l'S !" niHK subscriber has just relumed from the JL Ciiy with a very large aud tine assoritlifcllt of Hats, Caps, Boots and.Shoes, of evyry description and fiishion, which he will sell on good lernis, for (J.isli <ir.its equivalent. 1 have done a heavy (' redit business for nearly 21 yenrs, and the consequence ii.is been a heavy loss on sales. I now inlc'iui lo devole my whole time to'my Store, and keep a large assortment .of MATS ami SI 10 IvS, and sell them as che.ip as ;my body else, r,in, for (/ash or its equivalent, payment in a. short time, ;ind for Couiitry Pruduce punciiiiill y iJe livered -.vlien wanted—and entirely destroy the old habit, of long credit. Hy ihi« plan 1 can keep up my Stock, and «H1 (.'nulls on better leruis. Coino and see tin? Goodswud judge lor yourselves. (ifiitl<-inen's and J/a<lies' Gaiters. Buskins, Jenny Limts, Oxford Ties, &c, anil Childr...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Hanover Branch Kail Road. VllASUE OF HOL'liS. rj^R.MNS over the Hanover Branch road I now run^iK follows : 1st Train will leave Hanovr.rat 9.1 5 A. M., witli pHssengers fm Vork, Harrisburg-,'(' filiiinbia nnd i'lnladelphia, and return to Hanover with P.is--engf*rs from Baltimore at 12 M. Tun Train connects also witli the Ktpfs* for |{ iltnnore, arriving ihern at I P. .\1., sioppinir 'Ll AL' ''J± rl>l} f?iL.'ii l -T ( >.L'L'li ) .'l'! AI ockwy.s vu 11 e,. _ . •id 'Train will leave Hanover at-J. 1 5 P. M. wtih I'.is-engfrs for IJ-.iltiinore, arriving therB ;itG.30{'ind return iiui/ieiJi.uel y willi-P.iSsf.firrtii ^ from Yolk, &r;., ' nt 5.13 I J . M. S'l Train will leave Hanover at 1 3-1 P. AI. with l J assiMig«-rs for York;- and ri-turn with I' .i-iicnir.TS from IJ llli.iiori- .It HP. M. ' 'Tl.i^Monfl.iy iimriu pg e\tr.i tr.iin will leave for H.illiinoji' .n 6.30; reiiini it 7, A. .M. III) W A il i > I - :. " V ITU X U,\)gmt. Hancvr-r, Ojt. 16, 1S51. ...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

LET THE FACTS BE KNOWN! rji ' HAT AliKAM ARNOLD has just reT I liiriied from the Eastern ^ cities, with the l.irgest an.I best selected stock of goods for Men and Boys' we.ir ever before offered,which heirs new making up. at the Old Stand, wht-re he inviies all who wish to purchase LLOT11 INU, nude ol s££i-32><3£>'i! ¦ .-' ..£QiiiCS»Il<»3.C£iIl 3 nnd by good workmen, to call and examine his slock hefnrti |iiir<'h:ising elsewhere, as h« is determined to undersbll ;iny clothing Store, or Slop Shop in the town or country. Having secured t|>e .services of one of the best (.UTTIiliS in the country, heist prepared to make up clothing at ihe shortest notice and in :hc-best sty If. Hie motto is Quick Sales and Siu-rill Profits. October 2, 1854. tf

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

DIED. After a brief illness, at the residence of her son. in Blair County. Pa.. Mrs MAUY WAMI'LEKof tiettysburi;. nife of Christian \Vum|>ler. deccxs^. at?ed 72 years and lfi days. Mrs. U" . was one of the earliest residents of thin liorduC'h, and was resjiecteil ami bcloj cd by all who know her for her ainiatilo ami Christian character. In Knnx countv, obin, on the 6th of September Mr ED-\VAUI> FLETCIQJU, formerly of this county, in the "Sth year of his age.- - - On the 21st. of September la«.t. at Galen.i. Indiana. Mrs MARIA 1*011 I.MAX, wife of John T. l'ohhimn, anl daughter of l'etor and Catharine Gintlinjr, of Cuinborhtud towivsbip, Adams county, n^ed '2 4 years «nd 9 months. - Onthe'!th inst.. in Oxford township, Adams county, "Miss EL1ZA1IETH. daughtur of Jacob.Slagle, nged 27 " years 9 months aud M days. OnthSSth inst, in LiUlestown. (?ATHARINE LAVDAii.-. i < H, aged t>7years, 2 months and 27 daysp~ - , " "i! 'lie 14th ult , iu Ileidlersburg-, A...

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

_Boots and Shoes rniidu to ord^r whenever required. l'liiiiidel p hia make of Sills Hals, Citizens', flulirfii . Know N"ihin;r, \\ ide Awake, liussiiilt. and old men's Fur and Wool ll.tti, logelhfr with men's, boys ' and- clulilreu'a Hats and (' <ips, of all kinds and s-ir.es. W. \V. PAX TON. Gettysburg, October f (j , IM.j 1. ll..tK3>WAffEI2. ~ " A LARGE addition to our stock" of flanlv^are, (Jarringe 'i'rimiiiiug-., <^C Ims hi-en made, and those in w.ir.t of any iirtich* in tli.il line, sh'.Mihi nrjt f ' .ill to examine oim" stock. W e pledge oursi'lvks to sell r.lie.iper than tht cheapest. " Cometo F.VfJ X ESl'OCK.S'. October IG. 1-J.51.

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

— T-^bVRRffiD: - On Thursdar. theXJth in>t.. at Dillor'sHotel, in Hanover, by the ttev. 3. 1\ llost>ninil!er. T/UBODiHlK T. TATK. M. 1)., of l'rint\et<m. Imva, (roccntlv of Uuitr:.l>ur£,) to M'ss MARY ELIZABETH, dauehter-JfDr. J. SI. SunUi. of Butler township, Adams eountr. Pa. ' On the V. 'th fn<\ . bv tliv Kev Jacob Zieijlor. >fr. JO.HX R.SWKXKY to Miss FLOHEXCF. lft. IJO . W1CN, all of (Jctt ,> >l>ur;r, On the 10th of'Auguat last, in Champaign county. Ohio, liy the Hi'V. V. ThoiUiis, Mr. KLI.VS THOMPSON, (fonncrlv of thi< jilarpO to .Miss MAKY AXX HL'NTJiK, till of Cluing n . ^ n countVw'"'"'*''^ 11 On the 1st nist ' ., by Rev. D. P. Rosonuiillor. Mr. JOHX MYKKS-to SIis» ELIZA A.NXSTIER, bcth of the vicinity of Litth-stuui) ' On the »1 inst.. br Rev. Mr. Uennessv, Mr. JOSEPH 3NOUPPKK to Mi»s THKRESA E. WU1TK, both of Kmuiiteiiurg. Mil. On the 13th inst., by the Rev. Jacob Ziegler. Mr. JOHN FLfcCK to Miss SALL...

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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

in fin etober 9, 1854. 3l ExecHtor' s IV of ice DAVID URIEST'S ESTATE.—Letters lesUimenlary jjn the estate, of David driest, late of Latimore township, Adamsco., dee'd., having been granted tothe undersigned, residinp in lhe same township, he hereby gives notice to all persons indebted lo ' said estate to make immediate payment, and those having claims agaiust the same to—present them oronerlv authentic&ted tor settlement. K * - - JOEL GRIEST, Ex"r. September 25, 1854. tit. SHES for sale at the Qetty«barg inn " MllL ~? ' ~~

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

STARTLING EXPOSURES DEMOCRATS. LOO. K AT THE PICTURE AS DAGUERREOTYED ! *" - * The Protttdinz* of the Gfnnd Council nf the Supreme Order of the Star Spangled Banner. Commonly called Knovo-Nolhingt. which Met on Tuesday week, and Adjourned on Wednesday Night, at Twelve O'clock: The Philadelphia Pennsy lvaninn lays before the public a complete exposure of the proceedings of the Know Nothing Convention which -ftssGBibled_in_that city on Tuesday week.- The

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

DRIB'S C.OODS, ofrvpry style, DeB^ge U<ir> -«e <JeL--unes, Silks, Lawns, with Trim in mo-d to suit, Tor sale Hipnp at A ,»ril 3. « It AM M i:»\S New Store. 1! K KNS WAI.' iy . A N D (TltOC KRIKS^Z , A. ARNOLD is now receiving a hir^f -| ,.|...f QiMOUMf^ whirli h>. H -j|| ^p|j J^i^ Gill and see. Oct. 2.

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

PUBLIC SALET , Of Real Property. IN pnranance of an Or<W of the Orphan* * Court of Adams county,- the Buharriber, Administrator of PATHJCK BALL, dee'd., will offer at public sale, on the premises, on

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