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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

fall ®xti (Boote, full Storii EYRE & LANDELL, Fourth and Arch Sts., Philadelphia,' will be able to offer extra inducements to Country Buyers this Fall, as their Sto'ck of Goods wifl be very full, and bargains from the New York and Philadelphia Auctions, daily received. Full assortment of the following .- - . SHAWLS, FLANNELS, - NEW SILK, MUSLINS, F. MER1NOES, LINENS, WOOL PLAIDS, TABLE COVERS, M. DeLAINES, BLANKETS, CASHMERES, _QUILTS,_&c.

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Properties are requested to call on either of the Executor*, the first nainpd. residiufrin (ieuyabiirg, and the liiat named in Liberty township. fli^jfKale to commence' at 10o'clock, A. M., on said day,-when nitpmiiuiCH .will bo given and toruis ur.ide known by JOEL B. DANNER, - WM..L. McKEE, Executor t. B^"*lf the above Farms and Mills are not sold on said diy, they will be RENTED at public outcry, fr.r onu year. August 21, 1854. la

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Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

ASSEMBtY To the Voters uf Adams county .• THE undersiarned, at the earnest solicitation of many friends. Hag consented to be a candida ' tfi lor ASSEMBLY, at the nextc)ee> tion. , Should-ihe Frwrneri of'Atfam? couhty honor me with their confidence, it shall be my aim to serve them honestly, faithfully and to the best of ray ability. . , WM. B. WILSON. Menallen twp., Sept 4, 1854. •

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Owing to the excess of Importations, we shall be daily in receipt ol great jobs, from Auction. ._ EYRE & LANDELL, ' Fourth and Arch Sts., Philadelphia. 05"Tebms Net Cash, and prices low accordingly. Sept. 11, 1854. 3m

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Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Clerk of the Courts. THE undersigned will be a candidate for the office of CL'KllK OF TH ECO URTS at ihe next election. JAME.S RUSSELL. Franklin twp., Sept. 11, 1854.

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Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

payment.of the debt of five hnndred thousand dollars mentioned in tbe first section, of. bis artiele, but tbe aaid sinking fund shall be applied only to the purposes herein specified. Sbctioh 3, The credit of the Common* wealth shall not ip any way be given or loaned tu or in aid of any tndrvrdaat, company, corporation er association, nor shall the Coroaonwealth hereafter beeomeajqj.it owner or stockholder in any company, association or corporation in this Coa.monweal.il or elsewhere- , formed for anyj>arpo3*». . . - - SECTiot.~4r-TheGommonwealtl.8naO never assuTje the debts of any coonfy, ehy, Borough or township, or of any corporation or association, unless such debts shall have been contracted to repel invasion, supp-essinfurreetion, 01 to defend the State in war. PHOPOSJTJOW 2f TO St ARTICLE XI. ¦ Prohibiting Municipal Subscriptions, - ¦ - The Legislature shall never authorize any county, city, borough or township, by fore of its cttisans or otherwise, to become a sto...

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Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

. €\) Slinnirnn's ^rirni!! EOLX^WAY'S- PILLS. To the Citizens of the United States- * I MOST humbly and sincerely thank you for the immense patronage which you have bestowed upon my Pills. I take this opportunity of stating that my Ancestors were all American Citizers, and that I entertain for all lhat concerns America and the Americans, the most lively sympathies, So mncu so that I originally compounded these Prlls expressly to suit your climate, habits, constitutions, and manner of living, intending *.o establish myself among you, which I have now done, by taking premises in New;York. THOMAS HOLLOWAY, 38, Corner of Ann and Nassau St»., New York PURIFICATION OF THB BLOOD, AND LtVER AND BILIOUS COMPLAINTS. The citizens of the Union-suffer much from disorders of the Liver and Stomach, scarcely any are free from these destructive maladies, benrce life wears fast. The fair sex, perhaps the most handsome in the world, up to a certain period when, distressing 1 to say, many lose th...

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Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

PROCJLAJUATIO2V Ca w £i%ns nf <0riti|5ircrg. Pulvermacher's Hydro - Electric C ONSTRUCTED to be worn next to the skin, producing a constant current of uninterrupted ELBCTBO MAGNETISM effecting IMMEDIATE BELIEF, FROM ALL ACUTfi PAINS, and a , . ., Permanent curt of Neuralgic Diseases! Pulvermacher's Electric Chains were first used in France, three years since, for the cure of Nervous Diseases, and after being submitted to the most thorough trial, in e»ery hospital in Paris, by the most learned professors in that city, they were recommended totlieGov eminent of France, who granted 3 patent for the discovery. During the years 1851-2, they were introduced in Germany, Austria, Prussia ancT England, and one year sitice, introduced and patented by the United States Government. Most Attonishine Cures of Bheumattam, St. Vitas' * D-.voce, Painful »t»a SweIIe4 Joiata, Palpitation of the Heart, Neuralgia ot the Face, Periodical Headache, Deofnent, Blindn««s, Paina from Indigest...

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Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

(ItitS MABCUS SAMSON HAS , opened and is now «ellihjj rapidly at bis Store in Ybtk street, opposite the Bank, a very large choice and cheap assortment oCSUMMEU GOODS, to which he incites the attention of the public. They have been selected with great care in the Eastern cities, have been bought cheap for cash, and wilt be sold cheap.for cnsli—cAenpcr than nl any -biher establishment in Gettysburg, His •tocW consists in part of Black, Blue, Olive, mi Gre«m CLOTH COATS, with frock, dress, and sack coats j also T«wd, Cashme* iflt, Italian Cloth, Linen Luetre, Cheek, Gingham *. Sea Grass, Duck and Summer Cloth Coats; also a superior stock of P\NTA-£.00 NS, consisting in part of excellent and well made French Bi<tck Doe-skin Cas.iniftra, Fancy Cassunere, Satinetts, Velvets, Cord. Linen, and Cottonarfe.—The stock of VESTS comprises every variety ot. manufacture—fine black Satin, Silk, Velvet, Italian Silk, white, fancy and buff Marseilles, Summercloth, &c, Fly Ket...

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

fM0WSOR FROJ^852ff4 Amendttieiifs to tbe Constitution of tbe Commonwealth. ^ Section I. Resolved by the Senate ahd Bonn of Representative* of the CofnmonwealtA of Penn sylvania in General Assembly met. That the following • amendments be and the same are hereby proposed to the Constitution of the Commonwealth, under and in accordance with the provisions ofthe tenth article thereof, to wit: PhopoamoK l,>ro br abticlk si. Suction J, The aggregate amount of iebia hereafter contracted by the Commonwealth shall nev«r exceed the sum of five hundred thousand dollars, except in case of war to re¬ pel invasion, suppress insurrection, or to redeem th« public debt of -jbe Commonwealth, and the money so raised shall be applied lo the purpose for which ibe debt may be contracted * or pay such debts, and to no other purpose. SffirtoiLS. .To pay:_the public Vlebt of the Commonwealth, and debts which may hereafter be contracted in ease of war W repel invasion, suppress insunactibfc a»d Jo...

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Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

BOUNTY LANDS PER SONS entitled to Bounty Lands under the acts of Congress of the C-*"»• nited States " can have their claims promptly and efficiently attended to by application either personally or by letter to the subscriber, at his office in Gettysburg. Claimants whose applicationsitave been suspended on account of deficiency in proof may find it to their advantage to call. O^rThe fee charged is $5 ineach case,payable upon the delivery of the warrant. The subscriber will also attend lo claims for Pensions for Revolutionary or other services and the location of lands. The sale and purchase of Land Warrants attended to, and the highest cash price paid for the same. R. G. McCREARY, l_May.l7-,l€f53.—tf.- . Auorney.atlaw^ DAILY LINET FARERGDIICED! TIE subscribers announce to the travelling public that they are now running a —D: AI LrY I rl -N E-O*-S-T^ tt-K S ,-between Gettysbuig and Chambersburg, leaving Gettysburg at? o'clock, A. M., and returniH^yfT^€t(^^rPr^jr°f~ Siime ~^ a y...

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Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

TIMBER LAND, 2FGD1B S_&M8o THE subscriber W atill a few more Jots of TIMBER LAND for sale, which will be dispose&of reasonably. For information apply » f ¦ ¦ " * ¦ ¦ ¦ J.l>. PAXTON. Also a lot of LOCUST POSTS for sate. Gettysburg. May 15,1854. tf 4 31EETWG OP TUB "KNOW NOTHINGS/' THB "Know Nothings" will meet at the store of J. S-GRAMMER, not to gander former parlies, but to examine bis extensive stock of ; ; " . Kew Spring and Summer Goods This being hi« Second arrival, which consists of jbadies' Oresa Good*, such a* Silks, fiereges * Berage de Lain, Jaconet and French JLawnfl i Debage Alpaeca, Alpaceas, Linen Lnstrft, natiftc^a^jginghams , Chambria Ging« liams, Cambricando'wiss Muslin, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Collars, Sleeves, Black Lace Veil*, Edgings, Gimps, &c. For Crentlemen:—Cloths, CasRtmeres, Italian Cloth, CagJtroerftts, (of every color,) nnd an assortment of VeatingBi Cut:onadea t Lineca (of every kind) and also a fre9h sop* -which wi...

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Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

HOSXOE IS hereby given, that the Partnership hereto fore existing between Thomas W«bhkn and Gkokos Warren, trading under the firm of T. Warren and Son, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said firm are requested to call and settle with the subscriber, at the Foundry , or their claims will be left with W. L. Campbell, Esq., for collection. -April 3,1854. ^ _ T. WARREN. _ ~~~ ' ^NTI-NEBRASKA Hats, Caps, Boot? and Shoes. C OME ONE, COME ALL, and tell yom neighbors to come, to the Store of tht "Two-Bxtremes," and see the lendid stocfc of hats, caps, Bo ' oTSiraTrsHirEJ? now opening, of the latest style and of evrrj j^ u^^^ aitable^arJJi^LSpjdsS^BA. S u m m e i season, for Gentlemen, Ludiesand CTuRTfea I have made arrangements to have Boot; and Shoes made to order, by the best of work men, and of good material, in the quicker .f.o$sibie time. W. W. PAXTON. Gettysburg, April 3, 1854. js /^ rocerles and Queenswarc—AJT J. S. G1UMMER defies t...

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Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

GEEAT ATTRACTION! S PAH^ESTOCK&SONShavejiwt re-• ceived and are now opening one of the largest & most complete assortment* ofSprirrg and Summer Dreas Good, ever offered to the public. ' Our seleetion having been made with great car_, and our stock p urchased at reduced prices, we feel prepared to present inducements such as are rarely offered. Our slock of Dry Goods has never been surpassed'.'and wiilt the addition of our last purchase, comprising as it does Cloths of all prices and (jualiiieB; Caasimetes, Vest ings, KentucVy Jeans, Plaidc for Children, Berage Oe Laines, M. De Laines, Beragen, Berate Alpacas, Calieops, Ginghams, SHAWLS, (Cashmere. Thibet and White Crape, of every variety,) we challenge the county to produce their equal, as regards quality and price. Having added .largely to out variety oi Groceries, we are prepared to lu.niah the finest qualities of Syrup, Molasses, Sugar, &c, &c, at red need rates ; our stock of Molasses and Suga...

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Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

TAILORING. "TACOB SH EADS respectfully informs h ' u fj friends and the public generally, that he continues the Tailoring- business >£ a in West Middle street, south side, a few ^Fh doors from Baltimore street, where he-—Lawill be happy to accommodate all who may favorhim with their custom. Thankful for past fawr^J^^oUcita-a-contiiioance of public patronage. Sgf-Country produce taken in exchange (or work. • , Gettysburg, August 8, 1853. ly HAY WANTEa 1JETR SONS hiiving HayTO-sBitrwrlW^nveH .- by calling on the subscriber, in Gettysburg, who is desirous of purchasing. The Tug RSsTmafterprtee witt~bB-patd-at-aH 7 timeai c Q^rAs he intends having the Hay, aftej bpiuy packed, hauled either to Hanover oi Baltimore, the preference to haul will be given to those from whornhe may purchase. SOLOMON POWERS. Dec. 6, 1852. tf CLOTHS , CASSIMERES&VESTINGS; —The Gentlemen are respectfully invited to call and examine cay stock of Cloths, CassijjneTes add Testings, direct from the ...

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Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

NEW AnUIVAL AND A GREAT GATHERING! ALMOST everybody ia attracted to the Store of J. L. SCHICK, in the Three-Story building, South West corner of the Diamond, to see the large and splendid stock of he has just broughTTrooPUie citiesTana^BeTs of course making any number of sales. But "the more the merrier," and the busier he is kept the butter he likes it. His assortment embraces Ladies' UretfN Good* of every description,- such as Silks, Barege de Laines, Challi Hareje, Lawns, Drap de Beige, Alpaca de Beige,^Alpac>»s, Bombazines, Silk Down, Linen Lustre, Calicoes, Ginghams, Chambra Ginghams; Swiss, Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, in every variety; Crape and Cashmere SHAWLS; Laces, Kdgtngs, Gimps, Dress Trimmings an<H5uttons, &c. —— —'—1 For the Gpbtlejijen he has Clothfi, Cassimeres, Cashmeret, Italian Cloth, Drap do Kte, Vesting8.(a large, and beauiifuJ variety,) Cottonades, Linen Checks, Gray Linen, (something new and first rale,) Handkerchiefs, Cravats,...

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Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

ZINC PAINTS. Ont'third Cheaper than White Lead, and free from all Poisonous Qualities. THE NEW JERSEY ZINC COxWPANY having greatly enlarged their works, and improved the quality ol their products, are prepared to execute orders for their Superior Paints, dry, and ground in oi), in assorted packages of from 25 to 500 pounds ; also Dty, in barrels, ot 200 pounds each. Their White Zinc, which is sold dry or ground in oi{, is warranted PURE andmnsurpassed for Body and Uniform-Whiteness. A method of preparation has recently been discovered, which enables the Company to warrant their paints to keep fresh and soft in the ' ke<T3 for any reasonable time. In this respect their paints will be superior to any other in the market. Their Brown Zinc Paint, which is sold at n low price, and can only be made from the Zinc ores from New Jersey, is now well known for its protective qualities when applied to iron or other metallic surfaces. Their Stone Color Paint possesses all the proper...

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Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

LOOKING GLASSES Picture Frames, Ac. WE invite the pablfc to examine our superior stock of Plain and Otnaiuemat "Gilt LOOKING GLASSES. PORTtt UT AND PICTURE FRAMES, WfXUOtV ._^ORN1CB8 ^_ BRA€KET TAB1.KS, &c WeSe naattfacturing every lessen jition of Gilt Work And f' amy Wood Frame* , on the most pleasing t«ra_t>. Also, Importers of French «nd Germaa Looking Glas- Plates. Old Work Re-Gitl with «eatn«i»m and despaieh. i®-Per8<»8 viping Baltimore will do well to ej*arnine _o*T Hswmmenv. tlrderti frontHib <country y ' wiH be. attended ts faitbfuHy »ni w_ea_»tly. _ . JfcHS A RfltETT&rBROTrefifefjr-8S R«wrt «., MrBeT awT a.^ *pe*<f!U! M Western Batel ," B*(Umoift Btay 8,1854. ly .XlkIlESS"G0OOS, of erery sw!t, De Bage JL/" Baregft AeLaines, Silks, Lawns, with TrimoiinffS-ta nit, for sale,c«cay at . Apfiia. ¦ GHAMMERS New Store. r_JT »«ile»M[*ress Good*,—Ladtes -who 71T4 airel* wartt of a tpiendti assortment ol tt&ES8 CrQfMS, vn\\fin...

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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

2000 LADIES ARK willing to certify that the HATHAWAV COOKING 8T0VK is the very best Stove now in use, inasmuch as they will do more Cooking, Roasting and Baking, and doit with, leas labor, and last as long again as any other stove now sold. These celebrated stoves are constantly kept for sale at a very Yeducetl price, at the Gettysburg Fouudry & Machine Shop where lHe ~ sub8criber8ffeeliiiu~determined-to suit all persons, have also the Parlor, Sexton's Baltimore Air-ti g ht, Peakskell, and Cabinch Cook Stove, and Air-tight and Ten plate Par. loi Stores, of the most beautiful patterns. TUe Scylar Plough)*, which cannot be surpassed for lightnefts of draught, or in the character of their work, are constantly on hand for sale, and in view ofthe fact that the Mouidboartl of these Ploughs is one fourth heavier than thatof otherploughs, it is decidedly the cheapest that can be obtained. 05-WITFfEROW PLOUGHS and others, Castings for the Woodcock Plough, Windmill machinery, Cast...

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Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

THE WAR GOING ON! npHEwar in Kurope is largely engrossing JL public attention, and prices generally are going up. But the undersigned would suggest to his customers and everybody else that he has just returned from the city, with the c&eaptst and bekt stock of ya <r> ,t\ .n» ?& 'o vfA © »aTO Tf Jf^® - jSiw«i'(y^-irtlaO©9 tf*4U*&© 9 Nuts, Confectionary, Fancy Soaps, &c, he has ever before oifrred. Call and judge for yourselves, and if you do not pronounce hia goods, among the cheapest and best you have ever looked at, then is h« greatly mistaken. His stock comprises, in part, Coffees, Sugars, Teas, ' /boco'ates, Syrups, Molasses, Crackers, Orangws, Lemons, Almonds, Palm Nuts, Pea Nuts, English Walnuts, Filberts; Confectionary, of a hundred sorts,' Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, Soda Salera.us, Washing Soda, a large variety ~6f Fancy Soaps, aud everything else in his line. ,(CT*Cash or Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods. The Flou...

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