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Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
DAILY LINE. F i It K it i: DICED! ^I^lIE subscribers announce to the travelling JL public thaj they are now running a DAILY LINE OF S ' T A G E S , between Gettyshuig .ind^Cjhamhersbiirg, leaving Gettysburg at'7 o'clock, A. M., and returning by 7 o'clock, P. M., of same day. Fare each way $1.51). St.ii'e OiHce. in Gettysburn-, at the "Entile HotelT" GEHR, TATE& CO. Ausr. lf>, 1B52. P'j'^HE subscriber hereby gives notice to those JL who have promised hiui V A"OOD on account, lhat lie is in want of it, and that unless it is delivered forthwith, witlfout any further notice, the Accounts will be placed in ll;e hands of an olliucr for collection, and the money required. m T. WARREN.
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
TIMBER LAND, EPJKSi £Alu!flo- --TH E subscriber has still a few more Fots of TIMBER LAND for sale, wl»iol, will bo disposed ofreagouably. For information apply to J. D. PAX'I'QN. • Also a lot of LOCUST POSTS for rfate? Gettysburg, May 15, 1854. tf STOTJCE IS hereby given, that the Partnership hereto fore existing between Thomas W an ken and George Wakiikn, trading under the firm ol T. Warren and Son, is this day dissolved b y mutual consent. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said firm are requested to call and smile with lh« subscriber, at the Foundry, or iheir claims will he left with W. L. Camp-BKi.b, Esq., for collections April 3, 1851. T. WARREN.
Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
A ItlEKTIIVCJ OF THE "KNOW NOTHINGS:' CTUIE "Know Nothings" will meet at the JL store of J. S. GRAMMER, not to sunder former parlies, but to examine his extensive stock of New Spring and Summer Goods This beinghis second arrival, which consists of IjadlCN ' Dress Croptls, such as Silks, Be.rege8, Berege de Lain, Jaconet and French Lawns, Debase Alpacca, Alpaccas, Linen Lustre, Calicoes, Ginghams, Chambria Giaghams . Cambric and Swiss Muslin, Linen Cambric HandkcrchiRlB, Colliirs, Sleeves, Black Lace Veils, Kdgings, Gimps, &c. For Cicntlf tiiien;—Cloths, (Jassimerps, Italian Cloth, Cashmerets, (of every color,) and an assortment of Vesting, Cotronailes, Liners (of every kind) ajid also a freah supply of
Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
LOOKING GLASSES, Picture I'ranies, &c. \T7"Ivinvite Uie |iuhlic. to examine our su-IT perior stock <>f Plain and Ornamental Gi4t LOOKING GLASSKS. PORTKAlT AND PlirrUHK FRAMES, WINDOW CORNICES, BRACKET TABLES, &c. We are uiainif.icturini; every description of Gilt IVnrk and francy II'nod Frames, on the most pleasing term. -' . Also, Importers of.French and German Looking Ghis? Plates. Old work . Re-Gill whli neatness and despatch. fls-i 1 "Persons visiiing Baltimore will do well lo examine our assortment. Orders from the country will be attended to faithfully and promptly. M. BARRKTT V 13RO., Gilders, <2 Ilmv.ir.l St.. rnriinrSiinito^.i, o]i|Hi>itu ¦'Wustcrulliitul," Ihiltiiiiura ' May 8, 1854. ly
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
15. B. itlJElIT.ER, h 11 'i/-iuV ^ I si 1 Mi w ? WILL faithfull y and promptly attend to all business entrusted to him. lit speaks the German language. Office at the same pUce, in Soivth Baltimore street, neai Forney's Drug Store, ' and n%arly opposite Danner &-Ziegler'a Store. a> [March 20. ~1)AYII) " WILL8^ Attorney at Law^~. : , H AS taken Mr. Stevenson's omeje, North West Corner of Centre Square 1 . Reference.—Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, Lancaster. Gettysburg, January 2, 1854.
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
I). M'CONAUGHY, . ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Office removed to one doot- West of Buehler's Drug ^ Book-storc, Chambersburg street,) Attorney & .Solicitor Tor Patents and PcukIoiim, BOUNTY Land Warrants, Back-Pay suspended Clatiijs, and all other claims against the Government at Washington, D. C: also Americarfclaims in England. Land Warrants located and sold, or bought, ancUhighesl prices given. Agents engaged in .Locating warrants in Iowa, Illinois, and other Western States;and lands forsale the r e. 0^7" Apply to him personally or by letter. Gettysburg, Nov. SI, 1853. ly
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
(i rocerioi and <itnenstv;irc.— JT-1 - S. GR-VMMER defies the town 01 county li) produce die.iperaud lietter (iroceries and Queenswareihiin he is now selling. Suijai of first rate quality and ii.ird to be.ri, (of onl y a Flfn pound, and everything else in proportion. [April 10. 280 Market street, above 8th, Philadelphia. C. 1. Bush & IJ10., Proprietors. rilHIS House has a central location, on one JL of the principal thoroughfares of the. city. No effort spared to make visiters comfortable. $1,00 per day. June 1-2, 1854. -ly -
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
ri^ HE subscriber, thankful for past favors, I ~ respectfully informs the pubjic that he con« tinoes the Coach-making business, in all its various branches, at his Old Stand, in York street, (formerly^Buchingham 's,) where he has on hand, and will-manufacture to order, RocSaway anOoat-body Carriages, BUGGIES, JERSEY VVAGOSS,&c, all of the best ma:erials, and by the best of workmen. Call and judge for yourselves. LEONARD STOUGH. Gettysburg, April 6, 1846.
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
R E ^TIFT A I* . J.LAWRENCE HILL, M. D., TTAS h's Office one door westof die Lnthpran JL JL church, in ('hambershurg street, and opposite (rr.iii.iiner'.s store, where lliuse wishiiiLI to . haveany a>e«lssS O jMUiSSaoa jicrfonned iro respectfully inviied to call. « e kk » enoes: Dr. D. GilhirTT. Dr. C. N. ilirluchy, Dr. 1). Ilonier, Rev. C. P. Kranili, D.D.. Rev. ' H. L. Ha;i;rl,.T, I). I).,-Rev. Prof. William M. Re.y nolds,Rev.Prut " .M.J.iRob.-i, Prof. M.L.Sm;ver. Gettysburg, April II, 1S53. tf--
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
SPOUTING! SPOUTEffG " /" ^ ¦EORGK and Hvnry \V ampler will make \ K House Spouting and put up the same low, fur cash or country produce. Farmers and all others wishing their Mouses, Barns, &c. spouted, would do well to trive them a call. G..-&. H. WAMPLER-. April 18, IR53. S ODA, Su^ar nnd W ater CRACKERS, (iinger Nuts, Scotch and Jenny Lind Cakes. (.1 new article, nnd not to be beat,) fox sale, cheap, by the pound or less, at April -21. GfLLESPIE'S.
Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
RANDOLPH & LATIMES, PRODUCE _ iy'Ullilil-i-dpS Ul4 liL£; * t. &£±£i.±M J, t) } No. 65- South street, ' ¦ BALTIMORE. A TTEND p articularly to the sale of Flour, J\_ Grain. Hay, Clovcrsecd, and all kinds of Country Prod uce,^nd are prepared to furnish bais' to persons wi^kin? to consi gn ty theui. November 7, 1S53. ly
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
L^ancy .-truclcs—Co see a line cullection of F.incy articles,-at very reducetJ prices, go to Fahnestocks ', where you can select from a fanre assortment, includingSevving Birds, Port Monaies, t;rtbas,+\ins, French worked, Swiss. Cambric, Honotonaiid Bobinett Collars, ' 'I op and Side Combs, ~kc: ~~ &c, all of which can he purchased at the lowest rates at the sign of the RED FRONT. S EGARSandTobacco .nllflavorsarfu prices tuba had at . GlLLEisPIE'S,
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
HAY WANTED I3EK S0NS living Hay to sell,willdowell : by calling on the- subscriber, in Gettysburg, who- is desirous of purchasing. The highest market price will be paid at all times. 0^?-As he iutends having the Hay, after being packed, hauled either to Hanover or Baltimore, the preference to haul will be given to those from whom he may purchase. SOLOMON POWERS. Dec. 6. 1852. tf
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
Second-hand Carriages. V FtlW good second-hand CAKJUAGES «JX and "BUGGIES to he had for Dash" or «,untry Produce, at O. W. HOFRMAJSi . '.S Oonch Factory. - Aui'\ist 11. A rOROCCOS.—Those wishing to select j.»X. Irom a large assoriment of Madras and >> ..n Morocco, Pink and Ldir Linings of a suji' -;n<r <jiji»lity and <it iu ' w j»ri<-<»fr», sliould cull t . ,,i, :it thechc;iii storu oi V\ QN E-S '1'0 CkS.
Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854
-; <jg%12> X£XC*S>X&>I£*flGt2> J23 B 7" which will be sold very low. His stoo 'k of goods have been selected with gieat care, and bought exclnjH^ely fur cash, and h« guarantees to dispose ' ofHUem on as reasonnhlo terms as they can be purchased elsewhern. Terms: Cash or country produce—to punctual customers, a credit of six months. J. S. GRAMMER. Gettysburg, May 22,1854. .
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
Political. From the Pona^ylvanlani COL. HENEY S, MOTT. - A NOBLE VINDICATION. We invite the . earful attention of our readers to the following correspondence.. During the lato canvasswe on several occasions spoke of Mr. Mott, and denied in the roost JQpphatio terms the imputations of his connection with the Know Nothings which were published in the opposition presses. In doing so wo relied not only upon his manly letter, but upon our knowledge of the man. upon tbfe assurance of the sterling Democracy ' of the region in which he resides, and upon the fact that ho was making strenuous exertions for tho success of his colleagues upon the Democratic State Ticket. The action of the Know Nothings in making him their nominee, however, and the fact that they have voted for him, (although they were evidently induced to pursue that course for the reason that Mr. Darsiu 5 his opponent, was an adopted citizen, * nnd because they wished to blind Democrats as to the real,object of tlicir ...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
G FIGKT INFROGTOWN There is\an excellent moral in " the following story, whioVis told with great skill. Ii shows us How a wliVle village, or a'whole church, is sometimes tQNi to piecesoby a tight between two dogs. ¦ The most remarkable- doir fight on record came off at Frogtovvn, on the frontier of Maim*, some years njij.' h-engrossed tin-entire emuinuniiy in one general mehe, iiuotmuiable law suits or suits of lawsuits, dislra_iio"_r"&f the town, its downfall and ruin! A fanciful genius named Joe Tucker—a man about town, a lounger without visible means of support-, a -'do-nothing, loafing, cigar-smoking, good-natured fellow—owned ado£, a slick, intelligent, and rather pretty beast, always iU, Joe's heels, and known as well as his master, and liked far more by the Frogtowners. Oiie d;iy Joe and his dog were passing Bunions grocery store, when a great piebald, ugly looking dog, standing alongside of- a wood wagon", bounded on to Joe Tucker ' s dog, knocked him heels o...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
Charcoal for Pattering Tuvkies. A correspondent of the Germatitown Telegraph, who had frequently seen charcoal reominendcd for fatteiihiganiinals, but who was skeptical as to its value,sati.slied himself with the following experiment: ''Four turUies-were confined in a pen and fed on meal, boiled potatoes and oals. Four otliei' sfofThp same brood, were also at the same timcco; fined in another pen, and fed daily on the same a-i tides, but wilh one pan " of very finely pulverized charcoal with their .mixed meal and potatoes. They had also a plentiful supply of charcoal in their- pen. The eight wore liilled on the same day. and there was a dilference of one an<\ a- halt pounds each in favor of the fowls which had been supplied will the charcoal, they being much thu fatest, and ttie meat greatly superior in point of tenderness and flavor." . A Good Tempkii.—In marrying a wife,.this is a vary difficult thing to ascertain before hand. .Smiles arc cheap 1 : nnd, besides, the fro...