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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
PUBLIC SALE QF VALUABLE REAL- ESTATE. TT / ILL be prTnred at public sale, on the IT prutnises, on Saturday, the. 71 h day uf October nexi, the Real B Estate of PETER F1DLER, deceased, consisting of sitimtp in/I'yrono township, Adiinis county, abou&nne mile . from New Chester, on the road leading 1 from Hanover to Carlisle, adjoining lands of Joseph Hill, Jacob March, Ezra Myers, Jacob Fuller, tuid others ' , containing 1MO ACH.US Or PATENTED L,A!VD niore or less, about 50 ncres of which are well covered with Timber, and about 20 acres are Meadow, aiid- more can-be made. The im> provenietiisare - ' ^A&BGl. A TWO STOHY Ui<3 DWELLING ^^ | |)A hctj^^5 mm Bank Barn, Wagon Shed, Corn'Crib, Grannry, Carpenter's Shop, anil other outhuildintjK; two never failing wells of water onthe premises, also an ¦ - &?pp oscmp , • und Peaoh, Pear, Plum and Cherry trees.;—The IhikI is underwood fencing and excellent culiivaiion. The Farm will be ofTWeil in ...
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
mm m OF REAL ESTATE. _ IN pursuance of an Order of the Orphan's Court of Adams efmnty, the'subscriber. Adiministrator of JOHN STUMP, deceased, will offer at Public Sale, on the premises, on Friday, the 29/A day if September next, the following valuable Real Estate of said deceased, viz : "* n A fam A»a "P .^rtf\ caw a .fa jp T\?!» °P .ft vr"n\? JTi &'£l!blb?&. V* hsl&V&fg Containing 96 Acres, more or less, situate in Butler townnhip, Adams county, near Fisher's mill, adjoining lands of-Ad;nn and Wm. Gardner, Jeremiah Diehl, E-iq. John LmiII, and others. The improvements are a Two-story .Frame Weatherboarded Jhrijk fY\ ' /- ^ ' r-w—v /—. i k I 5 S 8 III! Qaosa^ ¦ . J"* & Kitchen, Log Barn, Corn Crib, and other outbuilding's ; ' a well of never<failing water near the kitchen door, and a good thriving APPLE ORCHARD. ' The land is under good fencing and excellent cultivation. Also,- . A Tract of Woodland, containing 14 Acres, more...
Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
Spring House, with a neverlnilincr spring of waier, and all necessary out buildings ; there is also a good House and Stable for the Miller. There is likewise on this Farm an excellent MERCHANT MILL. The Mil Ms 60 by 40 feel* three stories high; the water wheel is overshot, 24 feet hi<;h, running 2 pair of Bjitis, 2 pair of Chopping Stones, a Smut Machine, Plaster Breaker, and all other necessary apparatus belonging ib a Merchant Mil!, all nearly new. 0 &&vm* situate in said Gefm^ny township, one quarter of a mile distant from the above, adjoining lands of Jacob Best and others, containing 75 Acres, more or less. The improvements are 2 Two-story Dwelling " ' 4$ . ' HOUSES ' , ;; ' - II a good Barn and Stable, and an excellent spring npar the dwellings.- 20 acres are good -V\-oodland T 15 acres r Mradow,-anrf the remainder jrnod farm land.. . There is a hank of IRON ORE on this propRrty, supposed to he of good quality. Also an Orchard of choice fruit, and A ...
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
STOVES—STO VES! ON hnnd and for sale, a great variety of COOK STOVES—very clu'np. Call and see them. GEO. ARNOLD. September 4, 1851. ' " . For .Sale, v«'»\y Cheap : OXK of GARDNER'S PATENT CLU-¦ "• -VER HULLEU.S, together with"the ! lii^ht of .\Io(iuipl«MSiint, McMinljoy, Genihiny, Union and Cmnmajo twps. If in>t aulil, I will , give the Machine to be worked on the bhiires ~nrall,"or either of the above townships. J aEO^A4i-N4^LDv—Getty sbu rg^-Sept^.4^- Ift51. ~ : Kxeculor* ** IVolice. M ARY McOONNELL'S ESTATE. — JLejrers ips'-""<»n'-" i y -»" ' ht *'"gt-.ite ff !M:t ry Mc('.»rTneTF,-Jatc of Gettysburg, Adams co., dee'd., Imviiicr been granted tolhu nniiersi^nHn, ^ residing in Mounipleasant iwp.tie hereby <rives notice to all persons indebted lo «aid estate to make immediate payment,and those having claims aoainst the same to present them properly authentic,-.tpd_ fjQJ^£ttlexneju. WMnpLOTT, £xV. August 21, 1854. ~6t """" ^ "\ ¥ UfcJLJNS, LinenB and Tickings...
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
VALUABLE FARMS, MOVJVTJtM.lT Jj.iLViP, AT PUBLIC S4LE. THE Suriscribere, Executors of GEORGE DBARDORFF, deceased, will offer at Public. Sale, on Friday, the 13th day of October next,ai 10 o'clock v A. M., on th6 premises, part 'of "the M < j i : ' MANSION PA^. ? of said deceased, situate in Latimore township, .. Adams county. Pa., on the State Roacl, two miles from Petersburg, (Y. S.) adjoining 4ands of Henry Lerew, Jacob Livingston andoth&rs^ containing 15O Acres, more or less, ,-about/40 acres being good_Timbeilandrrihe whole under good fencing, and the arable part in excellent cultivation. Litttmore creek passes thjough one corner of the tract. There is a One-Story DWELLING, a never failing Spring of Water, and a first, rate young bearin"; ORCHARD, on the premises. The tract will be offered in one or two parts, as may best suit purchasers. "Also, art the same time and place, will be of-
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
£@r A Rare Chance for Capitalists !«@3 ; VALUABLE - MILLS AND FARMS AT PUBLIC SALE. THE sunsrribfirs, Executors of WILLIAM .LOUDON, deceased, will offer al Public Sale, on the premises first named, on Friday, the 29th day oflSeptember next, the following ReaUE8tete of said deceased, viz: situateirf Liberty township, Adams county, Pa., Adjoining lands of Gregory P. Topper, Samuel McN/ay ; , the Company Mills, arid others, containing, about 76 ¦ •A.-CJIES of Land, having thereon erected an entirely with two pair of-Burrt and one pair of Chopping Stones, with room for another, pair of Burrs. Tim machinery is all of the most approved kind, and tha Mi!l is calculated to do a large business, which the neighborhood nffords. AgondSAW MILL is attached. The improvements are a large Two'Story /¦' -* BR1€K HOUSE, gplij Frame Back Building, Cooper Shop, BLjLBii!
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
THE undersigned will be a candidate foi the Office of REGISTER & RECORDER, and pledges himself, if ejected, to-discharge the duties of the office with fidelity 'and impartiality. JACOB FULWEILEfi. Franklin township, April 24. 1854. Ariininistratoiite Notice. [ Z^IONJU D —WAGOiN rjIps ^-JTATE.— ^ \J Letters.of administration on the estate of Conrad-Wagoner, late of Tyrone township,. Adams county,.. ..decease J, hiiving been granted to the undersigned, residing in the same township, he hereby gives notice to alt persons indebted to said estate to make' immediate payment, and those having claims against the same to present them properly authenticated for settlement. . A L FR ED T. HARMA.N, Jldm'r. August 28, 1854. 6t _ - ' "TUST recelTvidaUmTsTore " of EMANUEL _| J ZIEGI^KRr—nwt—dooT-t«> the "Star"— Office, a large supply ot Baltimore-cared Hams. ; ' . July 24.
Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
VALUABLE _ MILL PROPERTY, A.T PUBLIC SALE. THE subscriber,. Assignee of THOMAS B1TTLE, will offer at publio sale, on the premises, on Saturday, the 30th day if September isist., the following Real Estate of said Assignor, viz: - < l:fiR .M, of Patented Land, situate partTy in Germany towhship/ Adams county, Pa , and partly in Carroll county, Md., 2 miles south of Littlesto.wn, on the Baltimore turnpike, adjoining lands of Pliilip_Koh|er t and otii-ers, containing 150 Acres, more or less, of which about 40 acres are covered with Wood, about 20 acres of good Meadow, and ~ th~ e ~ remaTnder arable land, in a good state of cultivation. There are strong indications of the existence of COPPER and IRON ORES on this tract. There is also on the same a young thriving Orchard of choice Fruit Trees. The improvements consist, of a Two-story ' Roughcast r - 4$HfH Dwelling House? Mil
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
To the Voters (if Adams county • •. ". ("^ RATKFBL f or the favors and fitidence* JC of confidence heretofore extended to nie by my fellow citizens, and ftm-ourngen'-by numerous enlidtHtionH and friendly assurances, I inn induced to annoiir.re mysulfnsa nanilid.:ii' for the . office^/ PROTHONOTARY, pledginqf my8e|f| if elected, -to-di-vote my best etfuits to a fiiitfilti! atir! impartial discharge of the duties df ihe .pfTnie. JOHN PICKING. East Berlin, Dec. i'2, 1853. \ To the Independent Voters of Adams it). I7 V-ELLO W C1TIZKNN t—Tim iindersiarnpd will be si cnnuidiite for lh« office of I'HOTHONOTARY, at tltH n^xt election^ subject to the Hiillut Hux.—Should I be -so forluiuito as to be ejected, 1 pledge mysulf to disclni'ge thn'dutie8 of the offief wiih fidelity aitdimpartiality. . THOMAS BLOCHfiR. Sutler twp., April 3, T854. . I To Ihe Voters of Adams county t THE undersigned will be a candidate for the office of PltOTHONOTARY, at the next "election, and lespecifnlly soli...
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
fered the following Timber Lands and Town Lots; 25 Acres of Good Timber-land, more or less, situate in said Latimore township, adjoining Iand9 of Joseph Fickel, Henry Ficliel, Warner Townsend, and others. 8 Acres of Timber-land, situate in Dickinson township, Cumberland county, adjoining lands of Jacob Sipe, Francis Coulson, and others. three ^pownr ; - situate in the town of Petersburg, (Y. S.,) near the West end, and bordering on the Carlisle Turnpike. The lots are well calculated 1.1 building purposes, and one of them has a never failing Spring of Water upon it. Also, on Saturday, the 1-Uh of October next, at I o 'clock, P. M., on the premises, will be offered, situate in Huntington township, Adarns county, one mile" from Heidlersbunr, on ihi» old CarHsle road, adjoining lands of Peter Miller, M ichael Fissel, John—Bolen, and others r contaming
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
TO PERSONS OUT OF EMPLOYMENT. $500 to $1,000 a Year. A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY AND DO GOOD. Book. Agents Wanted. THE subscriber publishesa numberof most valuable Pictorial Books, very popular, and of such a moral ? and religious influence that while a good men may safely engage in iheireircuiaiion^they will confer a public benefit,and receiveafairctimpemtiliunfoi their labor. (£j~To men of enterprise and tact, this business offers an opportunity for profitable employment seldom to be met with. to in 0^7"Persons wishing engage their sale, will receive promptly by mail, a Circular containing full particulars, with "Directions to ¦persons disposed to.act as Agents,'* together with the terms on which ihey will be furnished, by addressing the subscriber, post-paid. .ROBERT SEARvS, Publisher, 181 William Street, New York., Bgjt^-Tn press, and ready for Agenis by the 1st of October. lR51 ~ > 'Sears f~ Itlustrated Description (if the Russiaji Empire^? For further particulars address...
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
Hc^i^St'r A: Recorder. To the Independent Voters of Adams to, ' . ' HAVING oeen solicited by numerous friends through the county, the under* signed respectfully offers himself as an Independent candidate for the office of REGISTER AND RKCORDER, at the Wt >l«ciion.— Should I bn so furinnnte as to be elected, I pledge myself to discharge the duties in such a manner as shall give general satisfaction. W. F^YALTBR. ButlJul101854 er twp., y , . % 'IT — ' • To my Friends and Fell ow Vot0s # Adams co. IN accordance with the wishes-of numerous friends, 1 offer myself as an " >Independent Candidate" Jor the offic-e of REGISTER & RECUR DER of Adams county, and respecU fully solicit your votes and influence, at tha next General Election. .Should I be elected, every exertion on my pnrt shall be madeto evidence my sense of your confidence by a faithful and impartial-performance of theduties thereof. JOHN L.GUBERNATOR. Conowago Iwp., August 21, 1854.
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
liUU HAKtV, V\ agon Shod, Uorn Crib, Mone Spring House,.an excellent Well of Water, a good Orchard, &c. — A h 8 O — ¦ <£^ OP^^O3.S3£2 ft . ¦ . Containinar 165 Acres, more or leNN, in the immediate neighborhood cf tiie above, about ono half- beinsf cIPH'rml. and the balance covered with excellent Timber. The improvements areji Two-Siory ifej^L -> i *.* T?s»nn $hm Ibmisf, iiiifflL Stone Bank Barn,^nea'ly nsw,) WnjronShed, (]orn Ciil>, and other out buildines. There are lour ' never failing Springs on the premises, our of thmn bfiinjr on thn edge of tiie barnyard—and an excellent Orchard. — ai. so — A Tract of Woodland, sitiiRte in Liberty township aforesaid, ndjoiriiiijj lands of (Jrejjory P.. TopperJames Moore, and othflrs, coiit-<ii«iu^ ahout 25 Acres, about 6 Acres of which have been-cleared. fit-iS"Persons, wishing to '«i«w__the:_al»Qve
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
At Public Sale. THE Subscriber, Attorney in fact for the Heirs of. Feronica Hoover, Magdalena Hooverand Sarah Hoover, deceased, will offer at Public Sale, on the premises, on Saturday, the 1th day of October next, \ Lot of Ground, situate in Mummasburg, Franklin township, Adams coun'iy, fronting on 'the turnpike, adjoining lots of Widow Stoner and others, having an alley in the rear. The,improvements are a One-and-a-half Story $4§F>k log house, Mj;;iJ Log Stable, Log Shop, with a VVell of fiaSiiiL water near the door. The lot has a variety of choice Fruit Trees on it. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock in the afternoon of said day. Attendance given and terms made known by JOHN HOYER, Attorney in fact far the Heirs. September II, 1854. is
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
DIED, Near Frinleburp, Carroll county, Md.. on the 31stult., IA'IHA JlcDKllMOrX, wife of John MeDeruiott, aged 37 y*?&rs: Oq Wednesday morning limt. WILLIAM HENRY, infant son of J. /. tnd II. M. ilolleusuigli. of this Borough, agefl i iiiunllH sim - .29 days. " On the 7th in»t.. MARY OLEVT A, daughter of Henry and Ann Hughe*, of this pl.ice, a', r e<i 10 months and 1 day. Oh Monday last, UEOltUB IIOVVAKJJ, son of J. G. Frey, of thin place, .-igtjd 1 jrear 10 months ami 25 day*. On Wednesday last, at the re.M'dcnce of Col. J. D. Paxton, in this place, FK.VNOIS HKKH1.XG, infant son of Itev. Win. M. I'axtoii, of Pittsuurg, aged 3 months and i days. In Fulton county, Indiana. AG.YKS JHLLBK, daughter of William MuCrvury, aged-id years 2 months and 10 days, formerly of Admits county. On the 2d inst., Mrs. HARBAKA KECKLEU, wife of Jacob iCec-kler, Esq., of Areudteville, aged 72 years 2 months and U davs. On Saturday morning last, after a short illness, Mrr JOHN POIU'EU, ...
Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
NOTICE OF RULE. IN the matier- of the Inquisition on certain Real Estate of .SOLOMON ALBERT, late of Renditig township, deceased. At an Orphan's Court, held nt Gettysburg, on the 2Uh day of August, A. D. 1851. On motion, the Court gr.tru a Ruin on the Widow and Heirs and legal representatives of Solomon Albert, late of Reading township, dre'd, to appear »t the next Orphan's Co'.irt to hp held on theSGih d.iy <>f September, A. I)., 1851, to accept or refuse the Real Estate attlio valuation made thereof; and also should the same not be taken by said heirs, then and there to shew cause why the said Real Estate, or anv part thoreof, should not be sold agreeably to the intestate l;iws of Xhia Commonwealth. Attest— EDEN NORRIS, Clerk. Sept. 4, 1851. id " , - "
Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
75 Acres, more or less, with good propottionsof,Timberand Meadow. A considerable part has been limed. The improvements Are a . ,. ^-- : -^ TWO STORV 1,00 • |7j j: " ams ma m^JML J Good Barn and Sheds, .' an excellent Young Orchard, and a never-fail-. ing VVell oi Water near the door. .Persons wishing to view the property, are requested to call upon the first named Kxeculor, residing in Hunlinglon township, two miles West of Petersburg. Atlendancegiven and terras made known by . JACOB A. MYEItS . JOHN B. M'CREARY, Sept. 11, 1854. ts Executors.
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
NOTICE TO ASSESSORS. TH~E~Assessors elected at the last Spring Election are hereby notified to attend at theJ^mi]nijsioM!!i'_ .o ^c - eJ».- '?^Aj?9J[ oJl& " " ^f. Gettysburgr, to receive blank Assessment Du- I plicates and the necessary instructions, as tol- ; l0Ws:—The Assessors for Union, Corrowago ^ Borwick, Oxford, Hamilton, Reading, Mount- \ pleasant, Germany, Straban, and Mountjoy,' on Wednesday, the IMfrof October next', and j the Assessors for the Borough, Cuninerlaiiil, j Freedom, Liberty, Hamiitonban,.Franklin, j -But'er, Menallen, Tyrone, Huntinijton and Ladrnore, on Tkursday^the I2lkaf October iiexti By order of the Commissioners, J. AUGHINBAUGH, Cl'k. Sppt. 11, 1851. td |
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
HIT" A riot : occurred at.Newark, one day last week, between a "Protestant Association" procession and a number of persons opposed to them, when one man was killed, and a Catholic Churcn-almost demolished by persons belonging to the procession. [C7*The Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Ohio and the adjacent States has passed a resolution not to admit to church membership any person belonging to secret societies." . MARRIED. On the 2-HU ult., by Rev. J. Ulricli, Mr. GABItrET, S5IITH to Mrs. liARBAltA. H.VRBOLD—both of this county. ' On the sjine dayi by the same, Mr. JOHN SIIUt'F to Miss CATHAIUAK WALLET—both of this county. On the 31st ult., by the sa:ne, Mr. JOIIN LEHMAN to Jlisa JLl'DIA OKNSLEH—both of York county.
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854
TO THE PUBLIC ' \\ f E, the undersigned, Hotel keepers- m ! J-K—-the—Borough_of_Gett}'sburg i _find it ' necessary, in order to sustain ourselves and '. enable us to keep up our houses, to raise our j priees, owing to the lar<ie advance on all kinds [ of provisions and produce. Otherwise we will be obliged to shut up out houses '. Therefore . we have agrepd to publish a list of our prices, ; r which the public can see by reference to the I / bills, and thus guard against advantage being taken of them. G. VV. M'CLKLLAN, \ H. D. WATTLES, JOHNL.TATE, - ¦ ¦/ " B. SHRIVEK. Sept. II. 1854. 3t