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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

'.. Gentlemen's and "Ladlea* Gafters.BnsTnrTs, Jenny Limls, Oxford Ties, &c, "aiid Children's Shod always on hand. Boots and Shoes made to order,whaheTer required, Philadelphia make of Stilt Hats, Citizens', Cuban, Know Nothing, Wide Awake, Kou-8lith,and old men's Fur and Wool Hats, together with men'.8, boys' and children's Hats and Caps, of all kinds and sizes. \V. VV. PAXTQN. Gettysburg, October IG, 1854. •

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

- YORK—Frumt i. or.-Flour, per bbl., from stores, : • S8 25 Do. ¦ •' from wagons, 7 C2 Wheat, per buahel, 1 50 to 1 70 Rye, " 1 10 Corn, " 72 Oats, " . 45 Cloverseed, " 6 00 Timothy. " 3 50 Plaster of Paris, per ton, 7 50

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

Wood Wanted. Those of our patrons who intend paying their Subscription in Wood, aie requested to "bring it along" as soon as they can. We are out. £lK illarkcts. . Corrected from the latest Baltimore, Yorkikllitnciver papers

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

' , bJCT'In manj"- localities of New Hampshire siiow fell freely on Sunday. " —i : ^ *> O 'A mammoth hog, said to weigh over 2,000 lbs., is now on exhibition at Louisville. " IC7*Potatoes are plenty in the interior of New Hampshire, at two shillings a bushel.

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

Enw. VVai.n, E*q., No. 2 York Building, J. L. Husband, Esq., No. i} Sansorn Street. Attorneys at Law, Pliilddelpiiia, Pa October 23. 1H54- lm

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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

PROCMMATIOW Cu tlje i£iiijEE5 nf d?rtttjskrg. PulvernoacSicr ' s BIydfo- Electric mi/fmm mm% • CWNS'MIOCTCD 10 be worn next to the ''skin, producing a constant current'of tis-INTERRUPTKn ELECTKO MAGNKTISSI efFt-Ctlllg IMMEDIATE RELIEF, FKOM ALL ACUTE PAINS, and a Permanent cure of Neuralgic Discasrs ! Pulvermaclier's Electric Chaiifc were first used in France, tliree.ye^irs since, for the cure of Nervous Diseases, and after being submitted to the most thorough trial, in every hospitat in Puris, by the .most learned professors iit ihat city, tlirry were reeommended, to the Government of-France, who ^ granted a patent for tin? discovery. During the years 1851-2, they were introduced in Germany, Austria, Prussia and England, and one year since, introduced and patented by the United States Government. Most Astonishing.(urcs of Itlipmnarieni, St. Tittw ' x Dunce. I*rcinfill anil ^ ^vellctl Joints, Palpitation of tho HeArt ^ N«ur;tlgi.i nf the Face, Periclical Headache, l>o.t!f...

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Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

CVpy "f n. Letter frohi Jtr. 3. W. Lao?\ey, of Iliint-riill ^ . l'udkittco., North'Carolina. JaleU Nov. lot, 1!>W. KliAU HI.5 OlVS VlOiiJJ^. • To PiiuFES'sou Hoi.i,oway : Sir ^ —Jtisnot niy wish to become notorious; neither is this letter written for, the mere sake of writing, but to say; that yourOiniment cured me of oneof lhe most dreadful cirraneous dise.ises that flesh is heir to, and which was considered by all who knew me, to be entirely beyond the reach . of medicine. For nine vears I was afflicted with one of the most painful and troublesome sore legs that ever fell to the . lot of man-j and after trying every medicine! had evertjeard of, I resigned to despair all hope of Being-cured ; but a friend brought me a coupte ©f large pots of your Ointment, which caused the sotes on my legs to heal, and I entirely regained' it" health, to my agreeable surprise arid deliglii, and to the astonishment of my friends. (Signed) J. W. LANGLEY. AN EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF A -BAD B...

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

ZINC PAINr. One-third Cheaper thun^WirittrLza d, dnd fret from all I'oisonuus Qualities. rpH E N EW .1EUSEY Zl N C 0O M PAN Y _L havtug greatly enlarged their works, and improved the quality ot their products, are 'prepared to execute orders for their Superior E*iiiii9ti, dry, and ground in oil, in assorted packages-of Irom 2i> to 500 pounds; also " . Dry, in barrels, of 200 pounds each. Their White Zinc, which is sold dry or ground in oif, is warranted PUltEand unsurpassed for Body and Uniform Whiteness. A method of preparation has recently been discovered, which enables the Company tc warrant tlieir paints tu keep fresh and soil in the kegs for any Reasonable lifine. fn this respc;ct their paints will be superior to any other in the market. Their Brown Zine, Paint, which is sold at a low price, and can only oe made from the Zinc ores from New Jersey, is now well known for itsj protective quuiiiies when applied to iron or other-metallic , surfaces. Their Stone Color Pa...

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

VALUABLE REAL ESTATE At Vriblic Sale. IN pursuance ' of an alias Order of the Orphan's Court of Adams county, thf subscriber, Adinimsirator of JOHN STUMP, «Jecease4. will offer at public s.ile, on the. premises, on. Saturday, the 28/A, day of October instant,. tlie following valuable Real Estate o£, said decease^, viz: • (£ CEAO^ OF LA1TO f containing 9G ACRES, more or less, situate in Butler township, A.tlaijis county, near Fish-«r*ft^MHliTidjoining landa;of rAdanrand—VVmr Gardner,' Jeremiah Diehl,, E.sq, John Dull and others—a due' proportion is' Meadjuir. ' The improvements are a Two-atory *2feg«jt . WEATHEHnOAflDED iS§j!T fit A and Kitchen, Log Barn, Corn Crib, and oilier outbuildings; a well of never failing water near the Kitchen door, and a good thriving Apple Orchard. The land is under good fencing att in excellent, cultivation. ... Also, A TRACT OF WO©2>L,AHJO, containing 14 Acres, more or less, arlmiin in Tyrone township, Adams county, adjoining lands of Wid...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

9f ififtiVQti ' jj0n&m AT PF3LIC SALE. . .: IN pursuance of a pluriea Order of tlie Orphan's Court of Adams county, will be rffered at Public Sale, upon the premtie's, on Saturday, the 28/A day of October nrrf, a portion of i' lie Heal Estau? of JACOB MYERS, late of Hunlington township, Adains couniy, deceased,-consisting of " A JFJEs i^ #..& IF 2 © if s> or Trait of Land, situate in said township of Huntingion, containing 73 Acres and d' J Perches, more or less, of Patented LantL-^uljoiniqg Ia .nd9 of Isaac Sadler, John Platfk,* Mary Wharloi). Christian Huininplbaugb and others " . The improvements consist 1 of a Two-story Dwelling House, .ffl jl DjMible^Lojj Barn, a^stoue Spring; House and VYijsjrHouse; a good" Orchard of Apple and Pe:ii-ii iivesi. . There are about 5 acres of good Meadow—10 aews covered witli "rood Timber ¦—tlie 'tVsiiW consisting nf (arm ln»u U in a good State of i-uHiv.uion, part hu ' vingiieen limed. jSale.to comrne.nco at I o'clock,...

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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

COL. II. OOBEAN/ AT THE • GETTYSBURG STEAM MILL. 1'^HE subscriber Im ' s completed his new •Steam Mill, and is now prepared to SAW TIMBER and CHOP GRAIN at usual ra.M and short notice, .{farmers and others can have S;iwinjfand Olioppin<r done at any time; GO"Hanover prices in Cash will be paid fur Rye, Corn and Oats, at the Steam Mill'. . 03~l <"' e.ed constantly on hand and for sale. _ C. W. HOFFMAN. August 14, 1851. I y ¦ ' *Hr - '" ¦ * FAllill'lNK^T Js \*l ' PATENT /y^^~ r '~^K Sold . attheir L0&'^0$h Warehouse, S25 Market St., Riilrcv.nl, Hay, Coal and Farmers'SCALES, set in.any part of the e.ountry, by experienced workmen, and at sliort notice. April 10, 1851. Gin ' SPGUTINGM PGUTI KG! t GEOIRJ E and Henry Wampler will make I louse Npoutiifrr and put up the same low, lorctish or cioijntry 1 produce, Fanners and all others wishing their Houses, Barns, &e. spouted, would do well to sjive them a call. G. &. H. W AMPLER. April 18, 1853. (...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

. VALUABLE - -' TAVERN STAND ;, r—'AT PCBLrC SALE. 3'It f porsoanco.of an Order nf the Orphan^ 7CooT« of^Attams comity, granted on proreVding. « it» partition , the- Suhscrihfir, Ad'iiinixtr-i-.r "f SOLOMON Al$USRTdpceas«*d, -,v ; : i.RV- at i?«-Ulic.y*l«, . on^he premises, on c ,,, . r:T ,.y i ' 0c ;: ' ' :er . ' C*'/i. ' ! 1^54 ^ the following P--- . 1 Ks'tuo of s.ud <>ec ' ensed, viz.: . , --,.-"iilarce JLoIs of ftround, ~itm tp-jir-tbeitmv-rtot; Hr<*nvj>torn-Ait iyfs^eojmtvi-nnd known,:)' * L«ts N<«. 49, 5 . 0 and 51, fronting on ihe Hanover " and Carlisle Tarnjiike Mad, ' and running buck to an a 11 «y. The jinprftvernoiits.consist of a • ^. -jbSEjSL 'I'tuo-story-Frame IVtathtrhoarded ' P<a|fflijR ',.-:;-if.pusE; : : mS)m •ml BaekbuiltHng, commodious STABLING, ,inil'ill necessary outbuilding*; 2 ueve.rfailing •.m'11s> of water, one in front anJ the other in liieirear "t ll;e house. ; Tnere is a-lso.orv the premise's a cho...

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

2d Train will leave Hanover at M.ia . M. with Passengers for Baltimore, arriving there at G.30 ; and return immedj/itply with Passtngers from Yorkt&c, at 5.15 P. M. 3d Train will leave Hanoverat 4 3-4 P. M. with Passengers for York; aiid n-turn. with Passenffprs from Baltimote at S P. M. Thn Monday morning extra train will leave for llalliinore at 5.3(1 ;• return at 7. A. M. EDWARD E. YOUNU, Jlgent. Hanover, Oct. 16, 1854. Baltimore & Sastruenanua Kauroad. CtHANGBOP HOURS.—Way Pas^pn^er / Train leaves Calvert Station at J8.15 am Arrives at York at ' 11 a.m Accommodation Train leaves Calvert Station at - 4,25 p m Atrives at York at 7.42 p m Express Train leaves Calvert Station at 10 p m Arrives at Yorltsat ' . 12 p w RETOBNIXB. Way Passenger Train will leave Har- , risbur'' at 1.45 P h iinuiii^ ov x.'i^t r a, , [ Arriving at York nt ' .' 2.45 p m Express Tr.un leaves Hajrisburg at 8.45 a m t Arriving at York at 9.. " >4 a m I - A. P. -WINCHESTER ' , Sup...

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

July 3, 1854. tf new ' jiiuiirjirTJixh A GREAT <U r M ' l£KJJ\ T G! ALMOST evfrybmlv I* attracted lo the . Store of J. L. SCHICK, jn the Three-Story bniWing, South Weal corner nf the Diamond, to see the large and splendid stock of bo-has-jost-bronght from ihe-cities, and he is of course making any nurnbnr of s»l«9. BuT " .the more tliH merrier," and lhe, busier he is kept the, better be likes.it. His assortment embrace* L,:t«ilc<s ' I>reHf(* fcJootJsof yvery description, such as Silks, Barege do Laines, Chiilli Harege, Lawns, I)ni p de Beige, Aipaca dfi Beige, Alpauas, Bombazines, Silk Down, Linen Lustre, Calicoes, Ginghams, Chambra Ginghams; Swiss, Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, in every variety; Crape and Cashmere SHAWLS; Lacfs,-^Edgings,- Gimps, Dress Triinniingsand Buttons, &c. For the Gentlemen he has Cloths, Cnspinieres, Ciishmeret, Italian Cloth, Drap dfi Ete, Vesiings.(a large and beauliful variety.) Cottonades, Linen Checks, Ciniy Linen,, (s...

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

LOOKING- GLASSES, Picture rramts, &c. ^T ^"E invite the jiublic to examine, our suif peril.r ^lock «>f Plain and Cro.ttueiit.il (;ui LOOKINtJ tiLASSKs. PORTRMT AND PlCTl'UE VtfAMKS, WINDOW (H" )KN1CES, BRAlMvET TAMLES, &<;. We ;ue ui.inulaciiiriui; every description of Giit l\ ; ,irk and bniicy Tom/ Frames, mi .the most p luiMii'.; term*. Aiso," istiiioriiT-i of French aiul <. ! ¦ rm.in Lookiixj (Jl.is- Pi.itt-s. Old wmk lir-ttf.' t with in ;itii--s ami drsp.ur-h. j,-U>"Persi.us! vUiiiiiir li.iitiumre will do weil to ex imine mir a-'sortnient. Orders from tlo c'. - nuitry will b<; attended to f.iit-iifully aiid promptly. "" TTTTTXR RK'JT \". i5 !rD7r?777S7rj ~ S- il"* irl^t.. corru-r >.i.r.iti!i:A, oj'jv.-iie ••U' L-aii.-raiiulel." Baltiuioro May 8, IS51. ly 1" :»m<".v iftielt's.— To see a fine colleetimi of I' .iney ,irlic-lrs, at very reduced pru-i's, 1 40 to F,ihn. 'st"cks\ where you can selrci l:^ui .1 lar^*1...

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

•2000 LADIES 4-RE wiHin^to ' certify-that-the HAT-HA-¦TL VVAY COOKING STOVE is the very best Store now " in irse, inasmuch aa they will do . ijfcte Co.ikirijj,-Roa^ting and Baking, smd do it with leas labor, and last as lonirafrain as w\y ufhi-r siove n'»w spld. These celebrated sto*es are constantly kept for sale at a very teduce.d price, at the Gettysbur-gFi)Uiidry & Machine Shop where thn Hubacribnrs, feelintr, determined to suit <tll persr»ris,-liavea(Ho the Parlot, iSexton's Maliimore Air-ti j^ ht, Peakskell, and Cabmch Cook' Stove, and Air-li^ hf and Ten plate Parloi istoves, of the most beautiful patterns. Tltc Scylvor FloiiKlaH, which cannot bo surpassed for lightness of draught, or in ttm-character of their work, are constantly on hand for sale, and in view of the- fact that the M on ill board of these Ploughs is one fourth heavier than that of other ploughs, it is decidedly the cheapeut that can be obtained. * - , 0c5-WITH GROW PLOUGHS and others, Hastin...

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

and (;r<:en CLOTH "CT) A^P !S7~ w"iTirTr.Tc "R" , dress.and suck ctmts; also Tvyeed, f!,;-tli:neret, It;ili:in Cloth, Linen Lut-tre, Chetik. Gingham, Sea Grass, Ditrk and Summer Cloth Cunts ; ^*o -a superior block of P\NTALOO.VS, cnusiAlin'jr in part of excellent and well marl« Frenr.h BUck U^e'Skin Caesiutorfl, F.incy (Jus-iiiirtre, Satinetts, Velvets, Cord. Linen,.and Cotionar ' c,—The. stock of VESTS comprises every variety ol manufacture—fino black Satin, Si'k, Velvet, Italian Silk, ' . white, f.incy and buff Marseilles,- Sumineroloth, &c, &c. Fly Nets! Ply Wets! of a.good quality, excellent nianuf-tc ' tore, ami offered.at low pc4c«s. I haven!ready disposed of a Urge 'number of these,,articles and nlvvays to the satisfaction of purchasers. Also on hand a large lot of TRUNKS, Hals, Carpel B.iijs, Umbrellas, Boots and Shoes, Window Shades, Violins, Accordeons, Guitars, FJutes, Fifes, Melddeons, Mirrors, liazurs, Spectacles, Revolving, Sihgie and Douiile...

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Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

&R£ffl3Mt SrDiMa, No. 240"l'ratt Street, Baltimore ISHAEL KNODE, Proprietor. JOHN G. KNODE, Superintendent. ~ May -8, 1851. ly 280 Market afreet, above 8th, thiladrlphia. 4,'. 5. S6ijs!i &. Elro., £*ropriclors. rBTHIS Hoiisehas a central location, on one ¦|_ of the principal thoroughlan-s of the city. No effori sji irod to umke vistlcrs comiurubie. $1,00 per day. - June.12, 1854. -ly TO TilE »ii2LTTi\'?] ' 3rv ~^ l'UAI>a:. JOHN .STONE & SONS. l.MI'oHTUKS AND DEALKKS IN . FRENCH miLLmY GOODS, Nik <15 Smith S-carid street, Philadelphia, " A .RE now' prepared to offer theirnustrimers XJL and the trade, nn unusually large and vvell selec ' en assortment of KIRBONS, SATIiVS, VELVETS, . FEATHEltS, FLOWERS, LACES, and every artikle appertaining In the Millinery trade. ' ftC?~()ur stnH; being of onr own tt j met importation, oifcrsgreat advantages b«thi» styles and prices. [Sept. 18. 2rn

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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

NEW HARDWARE STORE. PTMHB "' subscribers^n'o nld rrsnr-ctfully an-J_ - niiuiiCH to thi'irmemls and th< pnhlio thai they have opened a N E W " H A KDW ARE STORE, mj Bit Hi more Street* atijoining the residenceiif DnviJ Zic^ler, Gettysburg, in which hey are opening ' A LARGE AND OKNKRAI. A SSOKT.M KNX OF JIAltDWARE, URSMJUKI S-ISi-ftSsaEfc CUTLERY. POACH TRIMMINGS SPRINGS, AXLES, PA * ^ '^ "^ll - '^' ¦£ '^2 *£*«*;£ jj uv-Aurc, gijjc fii'Mugs 1'uiiiSs, <>s!?i , ami Efyv-stutlK, in g<-iier.il, iiicludiuir every description of arli cles in the .ihuvp lines ot ' business, to which they invili- the htieiitiou of . Coach-makers, l&lacksmilhs, C.irpvnters, Cabinet-makers, Slioe-makero, S.i<liHt;rs, and the. public generally.

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

THE WAR-GOING ON! rjlHEwar in Europe is largely engrossing JL public attention, and prices, general ly arc going up. But the undersigned would suggest to his customers ;md everybody else that he has just returned from the city, -with, the cheapest and bent stock of fu «o ]" \ f^ x^o t c^ <px%b rr-f-m r* is£iij¦Wj^/t.l 2j V 9 X ju U1 ^ 2 9 Nuts, Confectionary, Fancy Soaps, &c, he has evor bet ' oru. offered. Call and judge for yourselves, and if you <ln'.-not pronounce his goods among the, cheapest and bust you have ever looked at,-then is lie greatly mistaken. His stonk comprises, in part, Cell'i-cs, Sugars, Tuns, Chocolates, Syrups, Molasses, Crnckers,^.Oranges, Lemons, Almonds, Palm Nii'.h, Pea Nats, English Walnuts, Filberts; OniilVctio * riary, of a innnlre.1 sorts; Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, Soda Saleraius, Washing Soda, a largo variety of F.niiry Soaps, and everything ulso in his line. 0^7~C,ish (Jiiun '.ry Produce taken in exchange, for Goods,— . . ...

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