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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

<£[}£ Hfjmbititih Compiler. ^ETTYSSVRG, PA. »-¦' ' MONDAY' MORNING, N«»V 6, 1S54-. {£7" We iclurtiour thanks to Hon. W«. il. KrjiTt for A valuable and beautiful work, entitled "The Constitution." Much of the politics} history^of the U.. States is contained in it. - It is* goidbook for Tefere nee.- ~~~~ - ~ ' ¦ ". Ever Green v Cemetery. O^The Opening Ceremonies and Sale of . JLots of thjr'fiow Cemetery will take place to-XOH&ewon me Grounds—the Opening ex-. erci^es to begrn at 10, and'the Sale at 1 o'cljk. ..It is hoped that the oitizensof hoik toivii .and. . : cojmtry will evince their interest in this great *, public enterprise, by a general attendance and purchase of lots. The exercises will doubtless "= be.interesting, several gemlcmen having been invited to deliver addresses, while the music . will add tq the attraction. Our "people have entered into it with a spirit and seal which ensure a gratifying success. A more approprh j . ate location cannot be found in ...

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

Terrible Eailroad Accident [ET^-A horrible acadent occun ed on-the-Nt»—\ agara railroad, in Canada, on Thursday after--1 noon week, by the collision betweeoa passen-¦ ger and a gravel train, 13 miles west of Chat-| ham, by which 25 men, 11 women, and H ; : chUdren were kilied ; and 21 men, 20 women. ; andcbiWren badly wounded , one halfprobably ¦ fatally! Such a wholesale slaughter has beeni rarely equaled in the history of railroads. The Detroit Free Press, ' of the 28th ult., referring to this accident, says: ''Up to the hour when we receiwl'o'ur latest ! information, fifty-seven persons had been taken-: out of the wreckdead. or had died of the wounds i received. Besides these, it is ascertained that [JJiirty-innewe__M\_3u___ed_,_and_it_isJenrcd that ^ffia ~ ny : orihes(» will be added to the fatal h' st of- - the killed.—About thirty-five were men, and the remainder women and children." The Detroit papers contain many additional painful particulars of thi $ terrible acoidin...

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

"WE STUDY TO PLEJ3E > For the Fall and Winter Campaign of HJ54-55. : HATS * CAPS, BOOTS & SUOES. \. rTIHE subscriber invites the attention of the _J_ citizens of Adams county, to his large ; and splendid stock of ri Silk, Wool and Fur Hats, f ( varying in price from 25 cents to $4; Ear, Plush, Cloth, and Glazed. Caps, from 12J to $2.50; ! COARSE & FINE BOOTS, * -(Men 's " and Boys') from $1 to $5; Buffalo and Ruiu Overshoe*, Gentlemen * * and La-— r die8'--8itea-;~. - SHOES, comprising every variety of Gentlemen's, Boys', Youth's. Ladies' and Misses'Shoes, * of Country, City and Eastern manufacture, :, which he offers for sale on ihe mosl reajorta* B ble terms for Cash, or on the usm.il-credit io 3 undoubted prtmipt paying customers. Ljj^ litgJgnUeXn J Jor-th e -hm tij^fa v«r s-a I ready-, f bestowed by his friends, hu still" hopes to ' share their patronage by unremitting attention j .to their culls. ¦ „ KELLER KURTZ. * Novembe r^ , 1854. B KEADY-xMADE ...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

FOR CAPITALISTS! THE Subscriber, being aged and desirous ~ to retire floin business, offers at Private j Sal*. th« following VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE: No. 1.—'that well known and desirable FJ1LH and MILL PROPERTY, known as "CAlOLLSIiLRG MILLS,"-.,.., situate part in'Libetv town^l'i p , Adamscoun-My, Pennsylvania. ' and part in Emtnitshurg District, Frederick county, Maryland, 4 milea southeast * of F.iirSeld, and 2 miles west of , Eminhsburg. The F.irm contains with the following improTements: Apommo-| dious and comfortable Jfr ^g & • ItonHDoiflling 13ansr, TO|Q -wiijii_ Rai.>.hiiilHinoQ nttnrhed, n JHBrlffWBp '[' BANK UAUN. 100 feet long and 50 deep, i_wiib_alLneceasaj:^- oui-buiUlin ' g-s. : v®£ ©aiii/ - ¦ is entirely NEW, finished in 1854 r and of superior structure in every respect for a Merchant and Grist Mill, being built of g ood materiaia and on (lie latest improved plan. It is driven by Tom ' s Creek, which prissea nearly centrally through ihe Farm. There is al...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

W. A Mott. . Darsie. Spicer. Adams, 3 * 052 1153 Allegheny, 10,191 4627 490 Armstrong,- 3580 811 Beaver, 2319 1236 309 Bedford, 2609 156-2 Berks, 11,225 2375 Blair, 3303 720 Bradford, 4598 2020 Bucks, 7717 2S70 Butler, 3576 1613 Cambria, 1940 1174 Carbon, 19&0 . 247 5 Centre, . 4481 391 Chester. ¦ "7181 " 3715 Clarion, 3994 139 Cleatfield, " -2036 3R2 - Clinton, 2077 316 Columbia, 3018 415 Crawford, 4235 1667 Cumberland, 463G 1115 Dauphin, 4658 1506 6 Delaware, 2304 1528 Klk, '708 4 Erie, 3364 1875 Fayette, 5346 101 Franklin, 4847 1500 Fulton. 1202 330 Greene, . -3219 215 Huntingdon, ' 3315 634 Indiana, 2416 1416 Jefferson, 2243 128 " 122 Juniata, 1542 791 Lancaster, 10,441 5596 Lawrence, 1896 1611 Lebanon, 2875 1463 Lehigh, 4342 1749 Liizerne, 8012 962 L yenning, 4639 291 McKean, 490 275 Mercer, 3317 1531 Mifflin, 2245 625 Monroe, 2179 178 Montgomery, 7235 3280 Montour, 1350 297 Northampton, 6135 675 Northumberland, 3084 737 Perry, . 3364 150 Philadelp hia, 40,0...

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Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST I THE undersigned has just returned from Philadelphia with a large and fashionable 8TC&32 -Off . 3^1)5)3^ ¦ : '* which he wilt dispiiseof-flt VERY KKD(JOED PRICKS to nil who may favor hint with a chII. His assortment consists of the following: ' , ' Shawls, Flannels, Plaid Silks, Muslins, ( F. Merinoes, Linen, yi. Delaines, Blankets, Wool Plaids, Quijts, ., ' ' , DebeCloth ges, s, Cashmeres,, Cassinets, Persian Cloths, Satinets, Calicoes, Collars, Ginghams, Handkerchiefs, Ribb6ns, Veils, &c. Also, a lot of Groceries and Queens ware, which were bought low and will be sold tow for Cash or country produce. To punctual customers a credit of six months. J.S. GRAMMER. October 16, 1851. tf

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Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

MONEY LOST! IT is an ESTABLISHED FACT that muny persons lost money by not purchasing Goods at the well known CHEAP STORK of A brain Arnold, at his old gtniid, <>n tli« South East corner of tlie^ULtinond, wheraha in now receiving the cheapest, prettiest niid hi«si selfipted Slock of ' Fait and Winter Good*, rqer before o(T«red to the citizens of Adamt county, consisting, in part, as follows : Black, Blue and Hrown French Cloths, Fancy, Felt and Beaver Cloth* for Over Coatt, V Newest Styles,) Black and Fancy Cassimeres. Tweeds, Jeans, Casainets, &c.&ct» for Mfln's wear, Silks, Mous d« Lnine, Alpacas; Mennoes, Plain, and Fancy Sack Flannels, also a beautifullissortmRiit"of Satins and Silk* fnr Bonnets, Bonnet * ktibhon, and a gjeat variety of oilier iirtieleH, all of which tha (tuhlio ore respectful ly requested to call and examine for thfHiiHel*ee,;believinc that it is only necasstry to see our goods, price them, and exauaiiif-, to induce persons to p...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

Pennsylvania Electum-^OfficiaL r SUVBXSBrJVDQS BUck. Smjwr. B*ird Adams, JJM JJJ .- J»« Beaver l " «« 1I( ' 7 1290 Bedford, * 2053 1228 . 836 5!5£ 8356 2m 2794 !*f r ' 1445 487 2205 14 lair " »-»-» *^ *w« akmw - SSdlTord, 2-/01 2014 1885 Bocks, • 5H8 - 2818 2666 Ruder 2374 1656 1189 Ca-nbria , «05 761 810 Carbon, 1229 231 784 Centre. 2133 340 2341 Ch ester, 4564 3726 2670 Clarion. 2JLO3L: _ 95 .—1984-CTearfield, 1391 382 900 Clinton, 918, 305 1149 Columbia ' ,' 2147 431 720 Crawford, 2609 1660 1744 Cumb erland, 2651 1068 2018 Daup hiu, .2292 1401 2553 Delaware, 1581 1379 Klk. 344 I 373

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

"KrWi 23B9— TZ—RS* T6M Favette, 2354 73 3377 Franklia, 2761 1467 2114 Fuhun, '* ' 877 308 387 Greene, . 1972 204 13;-J5 Huntingdon, 1416 585 1977 Indiana, 1223 1356 1140 Jefferson, 945 120 1447 Juniata, 1176 814 359 Lancaster, 4738 5676 5564 Lawrence, 996 . 1560 . 902 Lebanon, 1590 1401 1209 Lehigh, • 3092 1725 1251 Luze ' nie, 4297 1030 3573 Lycomingr, 2274 J -260 - 24*0 WcKean, 469 284 30 Mercer, 2513 1541 851 Mifflin, 1292 641 940 Monroe, 1894" 213 223 Montgomery, 5530 3140 1954 Montour, 948 295 388 Northampton, 3785 679 2242 Northumberland, 2185 806 945 Perry, 1462 143 1893 Philadelphia, 25,446 5872 22,104

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

£££& NURSERY TREES FOE dfea&t, LOW -PRICES. APPLE, Peach, Pear, Cherry, Plum, Apricot, Almond and Nectarine, carefully selected. ^ Lai ge size Grape Vines, Strawberry and Raspberry Plants, Silver. Maple*, large and straight. Apply to JAMES S. PETERS, Contvidville ^ Jicl, eo. L~P0± October 23, f854^ lut 7 Landholders, Take Notice. rpHE Morris Claims, Cot :he late Robert JL Morris, Financier of the War of the Rer» olution.) will be sued out. Occupants and others can have Confirmatory, Quit "him, and Fee TiVles; 1jy early appUcatiou to John Moss, Sole Grume*. No. 50 Walnut St. Eow v-W-^bWv-l'^^^V^rH^¥orfc-^ H(dingt J. L. HiisBASD. Esq.. No. 2 Sansom Street,- _ __ . Attorneys at Law, Philadelphia. Pau. ~~Q5ioSer23, ltto*. l^g *

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

274,074 83,331 1,244 Mott's majority over Darsie, 190,743. The totals may be succinctly stated as follows: GOVERNOR. Jame3 Pollock, Whig, &c, 201,068 William Bigler. Democrat, 167,001 B. Rush Bradford, American. 1,503 Pollock's " majority over Bicrler, 37,00f. CANAL COMMISSIONER. Henry S. Mott, Democrat , 274,074 George Darsie, Whig, 83.331 B. M. Sp icer, American, - y 1,244 Mnit's majority over Darsie, 190,713. JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT. Jeremiah S. Black, Democrat , 167.010 Thomas H. Baird, American , 120,596 Daniel M. Smyser, Whi-j, 73,751 •Black's majority over Baird, 46^414.. PROHIBITORY LIQL' OK LAW. Against a Prohibitory Law, 163.510 For a Prohibitory Law, 158.342 Majority against a Prohibitory Law, 5,168.

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Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

Pikes ——-63-1- 88 *t Potter, "639 460 214 Schuylkill, ' 5377 896 3451 Somerset, 1451 1406 1H8 vSusquehanna, 2133—. 1059 1-398 Suliivan, •< 407 114 16Q Tioga, \ 1402 782 ° 1474 Union, 1842 2010- 709 Venanao, 1413 285 1259 Warren, 1048 , 722 543 Washington, 3509 .1931 2322 Wayne, 1769 515 709 Westmoreland, 3927 1069 2433 Wyoming, 857 237' 765 Yorlc, , . 4612 731 4044 Total, 167,010 73.571 120,596 Black's majority over Baird, 46,414. Black's less than Baird and Smyser united, 27,157. Caxab Commissioner.

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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

LET THE FACTS BE KM0WW rpHAT ABRAM ARNOLD has just re-J_ turned from the Eastern cities, with the largest and best selected stock of goods for Men and Boys' wenr ever before ofFered,which he is new milking up, atlhn Old Stand, when he invites all who wish to purchase CLOTHING., made of , fr^ari ap rSl "i^ OSitt^apil ^Ilg) and by g ood workmen, to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere, as lia is determined to undersell any clothing. Store or Slop Shop in the town or country. — ^ Havin? secured Ihe services of one of, the best CUTTERS* m the country, tie is prepared to make up clutliinjj at the shortest notice and in'.he best style. His motto is Quick Sales and Small Profits. r October 2.1854. tf

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Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

IL-li\S-1?Sia-33^®3!33 WE are pleased to announce to our many friends and customers, that we are prepared to ofler the CHOICEST ASSORTJVLENXXlR-GO&D&ever-opened in the co«Bty. We have been enabled to. purchase oflr Fall Stock at such prices as have never before been heard of, and we challenge the county to * produce a larger & more general . assortment of Fall and Winter Goods, jorat.aa.low a price aVwe offer—them -to the public. For quality «nd cheapness, we assert that our present stock eannol be equalled in the county, and to prove our assertion we iiivite the people to coin* and judge for thpinsel ves—confident that their verdict will sustain, _ua in our efforts to furnish them with the

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Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

NEW GOODS AGAIN i .. SOHIOS HAS just oppned one of the largest* preltifst and cheapest stocks of FALL & WINTER GOODS ever brought to Gettysburg, and he invites the public to call, examine and judge for themselves—no trouble to shaw Goods. His new stpek tin braces a verj large variety of . . Ladies' Dress Goods, such aa Silks, Turc Satins, Moae Delanes, J^iubaimeji ^ -JErencli—Mwinoes,—DeBajiear—Alpaccns, Cohu . rjr Cloth'a, Ginghams, Calicoes, &c. &c. &c. }• "" .. .. In the line of Gentlemen's Wear * be Has selected a choice lot, of_ aU -JijJ§8_ Jild __

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Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

CHEAPEST JND BEST GOO US. Coburgs of all colois, French Merinos, cheaper than ever known; Debage Alpaccn, ^Iou9 Delaine, Cashmere, Alpacca, Mohair Lustre, Brocader-cheapest Black Silks eve' oHWed, G'njliams, Chamb m S|iawU, »qi. r p an^ Inner Buy SliitP, Broche, Cashmere; Dress ' Trim-JidnEs,_&LeMLe^_\tVl ork ^ Swiss-aud—Jri ' co«ien,-K«Ji»ing; and Insertion, Flounciiig, Frenck Worked Collars. Uonnei Ribbons, &c. FOR GENTLEMBN—We have a choice assortment of Cloths, CiiNMlmerN , Over Coaiinn;, Cassinets, &c. Come early and feelect your goods—look before yon buy elsewhere. . Don't forgit the Store at the sign of Ihe Ked Front. ; S. FAH N ESTOC K & SONS» ; October 1G, 1854.

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Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

_ prices: Cloths, Cnesimeres, Veatinga, Satinets, Knnlucky Jeans, &c. &c. ¦< -^^s-»toelt-oH'?ifiVfcy L ^6K3^S-ts- ai8 0 -' vm fine, and too numerous to enutnnrate; Call and see. " ' ¦ ' "¦ Thankful for pnst favors, SCHICK solfdft a continuance of public patronage* - He will always ondeavor to deserve it, by sellins good Goods, at the lowest living prices. • " * Quick Sales and Small Profits," is his motto. October 23, 1854.

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

A Fat Hkn.—Mr. E. Goff. of this city, reeently found that one of, his hens, from which he pn>curt;d an egg a day, could not walk about with facility, and on the 6th instant she came to a stand and rolled. She,could no longer run about. So Mr. Goff cut off her head, and, on Stripping the feathers, he found almost a solid mass of fat. Her claws were even puffed out with fat. She was small in.site, but so solid in grease, that she weighed, when dressed, gerea and a half pounds.—Hartford Tintit. Thanksgiving Proclamation. "FEtB>wr~emzKN " s:—A sincere belief in the existeoce ofGnnVand a^iist enncep-! lion of His attributes lie at the foundation ¦of true religion and civilized society.—; ' The free declaration of this belief becomes a Christian people. | This Almightc and Beneficent God has greatly blessed the Cuniinnnwealih and | her inhabitants during the year that lias just closed. An humble acknowledgment oi his goodness and mercy, and an open manifestation of gra...

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Id=212 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

; HAECUS SAMSON, HAS opened and is now selling rapjflly a! his Store in York street, opposite lht : Bank, a very Istrge choice and cheap.assort-\ tnent of SUMMER . GOODS," to which he invitea the attention of the public. They have been.selected with great care in lh» Eastern cities, have been bought ohrtap for cash, and i will be sold cheap-for cash—cheaper than'at | any other establishment in dtttyaburg. Hie ' stock consists in part of Black, Blue, Olive, [iiud Gr«;en CLOTM COATS, with fro«k, dress, arid saclj coatu ; also Tweell, Ca«li:neret, Italian Cloth, Linp« Luslre, Clx?c!r, VAn^- -ham,—Sna—Grass,—Dn-nlt- and -Summer-Cloth Coals; ulso a superior stock of PANTALOONS, consisting in part of excellent and i well madti Kreiish Black Doe-skin ('iis-siniHre, j Fancy Cii . sstmere, SatineUs, Velvets, (Jord, r ljinVnrwnd-Coitonstfess^l'ijB-fitock'of" VESTS coinprisos every varifty ot manufacture—fine ^hlaclTSiitin, Silk, Velvet, Ildlian SrtIvTwhTTFi : fancy and buff Marseilles, ' Su...

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Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

OKENtKG EYEii GHEEN CliMETEHY ANP - " - #r Sale of 3Jnri;il Mte* * ^ Or* 7/4 November, 1854. THIS President and. Mananors are gratified 10 be Jible to announce ilr-U the OPEN ING CEREMONIES of-Ever Tureen Cemetery will oecur on Tuesday, the "Jlh day q/ November next, ^i 10 o'clock, A. M., upon ttit Cemetery (grounds. Addresses will bedeliv. ered. and there will be other exercises appro priate to the occasion, Tlie Mus.ic will he under the superintendence of Prof. A. J. Pot-—TERfi gr,p,-wnl>-4her aitl-tjf—itis-yocaLcorps, On Ihe ' same </ayraF"T~o'clock, P."ST., there ¦will lie a Stile of Lots. The ' Company have .had the services of an pstoellent Ruxa.1 Arclu-¦ _tecl, vvtio has furnished a complete and beautiful-pl'in, and laid o.ut the Grounds into'A venues, Walks, Lots, &c. About 1000 Lots have been ajark-tiiL upon, the mound*; tlit . Cent»etery presents many attractions—it is "" conveniently situated 7* and very commodious; the view is very extensive—the...

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