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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
PUBLIC SALE, Of-Heal l'*'oi>erty. IN pursuance of an Order of the. Orphan's -Court of Adams county, the subscriber, Administrator of PATRICK BALL, dee'd., will'ofler at public sale, on the premises, on Tuesday, the 31s/ day of (Jc/nber instant, the iTillTT\viTig ~ u ' ' uscrrbed^RTj»l—Estate— uf-'Said- "deceased, .viz: A TR . 4CT OP I, i\D, # known as the Mansion Farm, adjoining lands of Lawrence, Schreflline, Joseph B:ik«r, Abraham Myers, and others, situate in Kranltlin township, Adams county, containing 89 Acres and 40 Perches, in good cultivation! The improvements /ire a '. £__ ...^ two srnnv t,oa fllj •¦ ?n a^pwaa ^aiDSMsiu ling Barn, &c. Tfierf is a good Ori'hardj-and an excollent spring of water near the house. This tract will be sold entire, or in Lots, to suit piirchasers. Alsu, A TRACT OF LAND, adjoining the, ahovo described Farm, and containing 21 Acres and 100 Perches. Persons wishing to view the property are requited to call upon the AUminiMratoi, r...
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
2\. ~ r ^ >, Containing 96 Acres, more or less, situate in Union lownsh . ip, adjoining lands ot Clark. Zell & Co., and forming a part of the Tract front which that was pinch i«e<l in ennsidcration of tb« VALUABLE IRON ORE upon it* and several hundred tons of winch have, already been mined by those gentlemen; it also connects with the lands of Enoch Le(ever,.and forms.a portion of the Rid<*e from which there is row being taken, on both sid,,es of the Farm, an abundance of as rich Iron Ore as can be found in the Smte. This Tract shows indications of possessing great quantities of rich Iron Ore.— The improvements are a Two-story iifejjjjL DWELLING HOUSE, Hi* a large LOG BARN, Huy and Straw Shed, Wagon Shed, Corn Crib, and other outbuildings; convenient to wilier, nnd the laud is in a good stale ol cultivation, having been well limed. There is a valuable LIME¬ STONE QUARRY on the place, and an Apple Orchard. JBfesF'This Tract well deserves theattentio...
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
Fo the Honorable the Judgei if the Court of Quarter Sessions of Jldums county. THE undersigned res^ecifully represents, that she has heretofore, hw\ engaged in keening.an Inn or Tavern in the town of New ONford, Adiuns county—that she is well provided with stabling and with hoiiee room and conveuii nces, for ' the lodging and accommodation of strangers and travellers. And sh* prays your Honors, to grant her a license to continue the same. .. - ELIZABETH MILEY. We, the undersigned, citizens of Oxford townships, Adams county! being personally 'acquainted with Elizabeth Mtley, the above petitioner, andaifco having a know ledge of the house for which the license in prayed, do hereby certify, that such'ltouse is necessary toac» coiinnfid.ae the publiu and entertain strangers or travellers, that.she is a person of goof repute for honesty and temperance, and that she 18 well providedwith house room and conveniences for the lodging and accommodation of strangers and travellers, and that...
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
TOWN PROPERTY, AT PIUBLIC Sif-E. "fT^ILL be o ffered ai Public Sale, on the 7 T premises, on Saturday, llu ll/A day of November next, ¦ ' . A ISnlS" Ijot «f «round, situate on the South side of Middle street.be ' - twe^n Baltimore and Washington streets, in the Borough of Gettysburg. The improvement constsfof a Two-story Roughcast 4-r: ^ck Dwelling House, Mil Back-buililingr, a <r"od STABLE, &r. Sale to commence at I o'clock, P. M., on said day, wh«n attendance will "be given and terms made known by J. B. DftNNER,. jJi^e ntfor Marg&rel Iruiin October 23, 1854. " ts ; 1 " t ~* %%&, NURSERY TREES EOR %^ SALE. ^^.^s LOW PRICES. A ' PPLE. Peach, Pear,. Cherry, Plum, A-(iricot, Almond and Nectarine, carefully selected. Latoe s ' z % Grape Vines, Strawberry and Raspberry 5 Plants, Silver Maples, large and straight. Apply to JAMES S. PETERS', Omevidville, Del. co.. Pa. October 23. 1854. Im
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
Fixed up in the New! Come and See tJs! Head all this, and sayivkelher it is not right. NEW 8TVMC OF BUSINESS ON TUB CASH PRINCIPLE, "QUICK SALES AND SHORT PROftTs!" rilHE subscriber has just returned from the I City with a very large and fine assortment of Hats, Caps, Boots and Skoes, of every description and fashion, wliich he will sell on good terms, for Cash or its equivalent. 1 have ** done a heavy Credit business for nearly 24 years, and the consequence has been a heavy loss on sales. 1 now intend to devote my whole time to my Store-, and keep a large assorlment of HATS and SHOES, and sell them as cheap as any body else can, for Cash or its equivalent, payment in a short time, and. for Country Produce punctoally delivered' when wanted—and entirely destroy the old habit of long credit. By this plan I can keep up my Stock, and sell Goods on better terms. Come and seethe Goods and judge for yourselves. ¦ ¦ _ ' . , .
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
Educational Convention. THE Teachers of Common Schools in Adams county, and nil the friends of Education, are easnestly solicited to attend a Teacher's Convention, to be held in Ahe Lecture Room of St. James 1 Church, in the Borough of Gettysburg, on Saturday, the \\thday,of November next, to commence at 10 o'clk, A . M. Hon. Thomas H. Buhrowes. of Lancaster, the great champion of the Common Sclfnol system in Pennsylvania, and its first Siute Superintendent, will be present and nddress the convpntion. Other addresses may be expected on the art of imparting knowledge, teacher's duties, &c. •We sincerely hope ihat no Teacher in the county ivilJ 1' a.U to be in attendance, and thus evi . e iheir interest in their profession and tlimr desire to-elevate itio a rank deserving of its responsibility. '• - We urge upon Directors and all others interested in the great cause of Education to encourage us with their presence, and thus aid in elevating thestandaid of educationby Commo...
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
MOFdEY LOST! IT is an ESTABLISHED FACT that ma-. ny persons lost money by not purchasing Goods at the well known C41KAP-STO*E of Minim Arnold, at his old stand, on the South East corner of the Diamond, where be is now receiving the cheapest, prettiest and best selected Siock'of Fall and* Winter Goods, eqer befoief-offered to the citizens of Adams .county, consisting, in part, as fellows : Black, Blue and Brown French Cloths, FancyjJFeli . aii_d-_Beavsx,Cloth8 for Over Coata t (Newest Styles,) Blaek.and Fancy Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, Cassinets, &c. &c., ' for Men's wear, Silks, Mous de Laine, Alpacas, Mennoes, Plain and Fancy Saek Flannels, also a beautiful assortment of Satins and Silks for Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbon, and a great variety ofotlipr articles, all of which the public are respectfully requested to call and examine for themselves, | believiii5 that it is only necessa. ry to see our goods, price themyffiul examine, to induce versons to purchawS. A large l...
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
0^ 7" Watches, Jewelry and Silver Wan; faithfully repuirtd. VVM. U. ELTON HEAD, X». JSJ ,-ouf/i lil .«t . & few doors above the IM St. .Murki't. Mt—t M4i-. f.^yln the South Window of the Mr>re, may be seen thj^JXuio us BIRD ('LOCK, whicli commands the adtniTrfTfon ofttie tcieiTti1ic- tm<) curious. October 2, 1854. ly W. A. M'GINLFY, ATTOK^SiY AT t*AW. OFFICE in the south-west corner of the S'lUrire, formerly ocrnnii'd by I) . Me TToliaT7]<1ry7~E^T[: U~iH-g1tei)il p roniptlj , ' to.ilt btisin.'Hs enlrn-'teil to his rare. (;(-iiy«liurir. M.iy l. r >. l-i." >t. / vUEi-;.\.swAin<: and groceries — \^, A- ARNOLD is now receivings large lot of Qu-ensware, which he will sell low. Call and see.- ;,_ ¦ Oct. 2. GLOVES and Stockings, all sorts and sixes, at SCHICK'S. LOOKING GLASSES—all sizes and prices—at SCHICK'-S.
Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
Bxecuior ' s Notice. DAVI D GRIEST'S ESTATE—Lettera testamentary on th« estate of David Ciriest, late of Latiinone townehij), Adams Co., dee'd., having been granted to the undersigned, residing in the same township, he hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to saU estate to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same to present *lhem properly authenticswd for settlement. JOEt GRIE8T,£rV. Septembef'SS, 185.4. 6t ^ . Administrator ' s Notice. DR. DANIEL BAKER'S ESTATE.— Letters of administration on the estate of Dr. Daniel Baker, late of East Berlin, Hamilton township, Adams county, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, residing in the same place, he hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and those having claimsagaiust the same to present them properly authenticated for sttUleititiiit. GEORGE BAKER, Jdm'r. October 9, 1854. 6t
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
RANDOLPH & LATDtER, PRODUCE No. 66 South street. B^-fc^T^MH-G-R-I^, 4 TTEND particularly to the sale ofeWonf, J.\. Grain, Hay, Lloverseed, and all kinds of (' ountry Produce, and are prepared to furnish box* to persons wishing to consign to ihfin. November 7, 1853. ly l ~ tt.iUDWlTRl^ T A L^RGE\adJition to our stock of Hanf-X\_ ware, Owrriage Trimmings, &c, has been made, anffShose in want of any article in that line, should not fail to examine our stock. We pledcre ourselves to sell cheaper than ihe cheapest. " Come to FAHNESTOCKS'. October 16, 1854. . . Sub-Soil Ploughs, OF the beet quality, alwayi^h hand,.and for sale, in Gettysburg, at the Foundry of T. WAKREN &S0N. -
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
or a , t as low a price' as we offer Uieiii :o the public. For quality and cheapness, wt> assert that our present stock cannot be equalled in the county, and to prove our assertion we invite the people " to coin*) and judge . for themselves—confident that their verdict will sustain us in our efforts to furnish them with the - CHEAPEST- AND BEST GO&DS. Coburgs of all colois, French' Merinos, cheaper than ever known; Drbage Alpacca, Mous Delaine, Cashmere, Alpaeca, Mohair Lusire, Urocado, cheapest Blank Silks ev&<" offered, Ginghams ^ Cham bra -Shaw Is. 1 - square-anc! -long-Hay State, Broche, Casliinero ; Dress 1 Trim-, mings, Needle Work,- Swiss and Jneonett, Eiiging and Insertion, Flouncing, French 1 * Worked Collars, Bonnet Ribbons, &c. FOR GENTLKMEN—W> have a choice assortment of 4 Ictlix, ft'i>ssiii«ers, Over Coating, Cassinets, &c. Come early and- select your goods—loo ' rt before you buy elsewhere. Don't forgot ...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
. IlaiiK of €;of tyslMirpr. ) Octobkk 9, IH5L 5 "^T^ OTICK is hrrpliy [nveii_j[ojjitf Stock-; ^ L^l holders in the Bank of G<'iivshur<r. tlTTTt : an Election for THIRTEEN DIRECTORS, ; to serve on''y<*ar, will be he\(\ at tlir.* Ban!;ing hotise, on Mtmdtt-i/, the' 20lfi day of Norr.mber \ ntxl. . J. B. " McPHERS'» ' n; OzjAiw-. Second-hand Carriages. 4 FEW ' _rood second-hand CARRIAGES hal for Cash —f-V—mn+—RfffWrl--- ha<l for Cash ~ ^l Jl and B-fHrtH-ES-io-be < or -Country Produce, at -C W. HOFFMAN'S Coach V.ictory. - August _ 14., . MOR OCCOS.—Tlinse w ' rshtrig to select from a lari' e assortment ot Madras and B;>ot Morocco, Pink and Lair Linings of a superior quality and at/low prices, should call early at the cheap storjfof FAHNESTOCKS. / 10 ME O NETCOM E A L L !—To see those \j cheap Gtjodsjust received by Oct. 2. A. ARNOLD-
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
Holfoway is the Largest Dealer in Medicines in the World, and his Pills and Ointment are among the best in the World. The fac: will be attested by the numerous certificates from every section of thi3 and the old Country. Their popularity i.s entirely owing to their efficacy. He expends upwards of S-200,000 perannnm, in _. ' _ placing his business before the people in every Landholders, Take? Notice. quarter of the Globe, and keeps upwards of! .-I-.,,,, m • ,X1 ¦ , r [, , r> . 2,000 foreicm. newspapers at his kauMiX T 1 " ' ™"T '"'% 4^ '* «¦ , i> ™ ment in London, in each of which his Adver- f . Ah " l8 \f. '™" cle '/ "•« W _ ar ( ' f t( »' «" ; tisoments are inserted, a proof that the virtues ! o1 ""™.) will be sued out. Occupants and the medicines possess, are appreciated in every , "lhl'™ c?n h ; lvp Loiihrinatory, Quit <.laun, and quarter of the (i\obe.-Alb*ny Trannripl. \\ e(> ' "'^ b" ¦ »}? ^.p lication to n J r —~— i John Moss, vSoie (ir-itiitu-...
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
LET THE FACTS BE KM0WW! rJMIAT ABRAM ARNOLD has just re-X. tiirrutd from the E istern cities, with the largest <ind best selectetl stock of goods for Men and Boys' wear e-ver before offered,which heiVri'.w making up, at thu Old Stand, wliere In; invit'-s all who ' wish to purchase CL0T1I JXG, ui'nJe ot ,J~L r ^D - -2^ HI . ' _£! SJ.2 2S I2=»Q. ^iUj and hy good workmen, to call and examine his slock In-fore purchasing elsewhere, as be is di'ierrninitit to undersell any cloth ing Store or Slop Shop in the town or country. HavtiH/ secured Itte services of one of the best (JJ't'TEHS in the country, lie is prepared lo make up clothing at tin- shortest notice and jn-rhe bc«t style. His motto is Quick Sales nnd Small Profits. , October 2, 185-1. tf ! £j ' -h te'U I i JU iVo
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
m\\ T GOODS AGAIN HAS just opened one of tho larjTfst, prettiest and cheappst stocks of FALL & WINTER GOODS eve.r brought to (iettysbun», and he invites the public to call, examine and'judge for themsel'ves—no trouble to show Goods. His new slock embraces a very large variety of Ladies ' Dress CJooils, such as Silks, Turc Sdtins, Mous Delane9, Bombazines, French Merinoes, DeUairps, Alpaccas, Coburir Cloths, Ginghams, Cali¬ coes, &c. &c?. &c. ¦ - ' In the line of <Ucn1lemen ' s Wear, he has selected a choice lot, of all styles and prices : Cloths, Cassimnres, Vestihgs, Satiuaets, Kentucky .leans. &c. &c. - - His stock of FANCY GOODS is also vPry fine, and too numerous to enumerate. Call
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
BALTIMORE—Friday hut. Flour, per barrel, $7 87 to 8 00 Wheat, per bushel, 1 (!,:> to 1 S8 Kve, " 1 00 to 1 15 Corn, " Co ' to 75 Oats, " 44 to 52 Cloverseed, " • G 50 to 7 00 Timothy, " 3 50 to 4 (10 Whiskey, per gallon, 37 to 3.8 Beef Cattle, per hund., - 5 50 to 7 25 Hogs, " 5-50 to G 50 Hay, per ton, 18 00 to2L-00 fchrano, PeruvkinT-per-ton-r50 00 -tail 00 IIAN'OVER—TlICKSDlT LA3? Flour, per bbl., from stores, S7 75 Do. " " wagons, 7 12 Wheat, per bushel, 1 40 to 1 CO Rye, " . 1 UG Corn, " 70 Oats, " 50 Cloverseed, " G 00 Timothy-, " ~3r0n Flatter of Paris, per ton, 7 00
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
SQ&SauEJ&E& npHR subscriber, thankful for past favors, JL respectfully infornis ~lhe public that Iip continues the Coach-making business, in nil its various branches, at hi» Old Stand, in York street, (formerly Buchingham's,) where he has on hand, and will manufacture to order, Rookaway aad Boat-body Carriages, liUKUlUS, JEIM#V W*G(>SS,&«., nil of the best ma:eria!s, and by the best of workmen. Call and judge for yourselves. LEONARD STOUGH. Gettysburg, April 6,1846.
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
V xv i± PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE ~ '- ¦ TOmi>])^ ¦ rilHE Subscriber. -Expculor of the last will JL of ABRAHAM BIEHL, late of Adams county, deceased, under the direction of the Orphan's Court of sn»d county, will offer at public sale, on the.premises, on Saturday, the 4th day nf November next, the Real Estate of said deceased, consisting of A f A DM
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
DIED. On Wednesday last, Mrs. SUSAN' TROSTLK, wife of Mr. Micliael TruMtto, of Moantjo.>- township, aged 53 . rears 3 months and 29 days. ' ' . On tli« lOtti lust., in Menalten township. Adams county, or typhoid fever. Mra.MAUDA.LEXA KXOUSE,(late flank) wife of Mr. John Knous, agtvl 47 ye:irs, 11 mouths and 5Uay8. A few ilavs asfo, at Spring For^e. in Yotk countr, Mr. JAMES TO ' LAXD, formerly or this ptcice. On the Sjh inst.. iu Uttlesluwn, Adnms county, EMORY CALVIN, infant of Philip Lonjj, uged 1 year 7 months and 28dav«. ¦ On tho 13th inst,, in Adams county, RLIZA ELLEN, infant of UicIiHrA Simpson, aged 1 jv.ir 1 month and -7 days. On tho 13th ln*t.. in Adnm< county, LOUISA SELL, aged 8 years 'I months and 13 days.
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854
• - LOST. - A SMALL DAGUEREOTYPE Likeness of Mrs. Wampler, deceased. The person having it in possession will he liber.illy rewarded by sendin" it to the undersigned. Oct. 23. GEO'. YVAMPLER. - The Dorcas Society of Gettysburg, TT^ILL meet in Miss McCreary's School-Vt house, on High Street, on Monday evening, November Gth, at 7 o'clock. A punctual attendance is requested. Oct. 23. O. POWERS, Pres't.