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Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
Landholders, Take Notice. THE Morris Olaims, (of :he la»e Robert Morris, Financier of the War of the Revoltiiion.) will be sued out. Occupants and oihirsrc-iri have Confirmatory, Quit CMaim, and Ffn Titles, by early application to Juiin Moss, Sole Grantee. No. 50 W'alnut^St. Eow. Waln.'Ksq., No. 2 York UiTilding, J. L. Hukba.vd, Esq., No. 2 Sansoiu Street, Attorneys at Law, Philadelphia, Pa. " October 23. 1854. lm I^ancy Article*.—To see a fine col-; !<*ction of Fancy articles, at very reduced prices, go to Fahnestocks', where ; you can select from a large assortment, including-Sewing Birds, Port Monaies, Oabas .Fans, French worked, Swiss, Cambric, Honotonand Bo6inetl Collars . -l'op atidJSide Combs , &c. &c., all of which can be purchased at the lowest rales »t the sign of ihe RED FRONT. HAY WANTED. PERSONS having rf»y to seUywillrfowell by calling.on the subscriber, in Gettysburg, who is desirous of purchasing. ~ The highest market price ^vill be paid ...
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
and splendid slock of "— SILK, WOOL AND FUR HATS, varying in price from 25 cents to $1; Futi Plush, Cloth, and Glazed Caps, from 121 to $"2.50; ee^V ftSE & Fl NE E frOO- TSr (Men's and Boys') from $1 to $5; Buffalo and Guin Overshoes, Gentlemen^ arid Ladiea' sizes; - SHOES, comprising every v-iriety of Genllemen*9, Boys', Youth's, Ladies* and Misses' Shoes, of Country. City and Enstern mannfar-turn, which he " otters for Bale on the most reasona-¦hla terms'Jar Canh^-oj—on the asuai-credti- to undoubted prompt paying cuitouiers. Feeling grateful for Utfl many favora already bestowed by hit* friends, he still hopes to share their patronage by unremitting attention to their culls. KELLER KUKTZ. ggT-The subscriber's connection with the Book an<l Stiitionnry business is still continued, and he earnestly, invites the aitiMiUon of purchasers to his present unrivaled stock ol Miscellaneous nnd School Books, Stationery, &c.,,&c. (Nov. t>.
Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
EVERYDAY ACTUALfTIES. This is another^seri&a_o£attide9_peculiar-to this Magazine. Every one ot these articles is illustrated with at least eight or ten of the finest-wood engravings. This department is very interesting, conveying information in an agreeable form, suitable fur ladies and gentlemen, that cannot be obtained elsewhere. The expense of one number " of the Lady's Book, including steel engravings and literary matter, paid for, not taken from English mag-Bzines, far exceeds that of any other Magazine published in this country. We make no exception, and are willing to have tiie fact tested. TERMS. One Copy one year, 8»3—two Copies one year, or one copy two years, $5—five Copies one * year, and an extra copy to the person sending the. club, $10—eight Copies one year, do. $15—eleven Copies one year, do. 8*20. g£g°-Godey's« Lady's Book and Arthur's Home Magazine will both be sent one year for $3 50. To insure what you order to be certainly sent, address L. A. GODEY...
Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
LIST OF LETTERS, Remaining in the Post Office at Gettysburg November 13, 1854. Annston Elizabeth, McGaughy Robert, Ainmeali M. Bernlmt.Maring Margaret, Blocher William W., Miller Isaac, Bremn Fraucia, 2 Musselcnan D. Si P., BoznuinJ.lv., Noel John, Brown Sarah, Peters Miss Mariah, Butler James, Reusa Mr., ' Burrell John, Ron.dthaler C, Goldsmith Roseann, " Saddler Mr., DiistiiMiui K' aspar, Sdr<reant Moses, Frazer Win., Scliiernnbeck Mr., Graham William, 2 Snoit,David It., Hart Miss Lizzie, Scott-Abraham jun., H<iines W r rn. B., Spanjf/ur Abraham J Harner Sus.in, Steven? Thomas, Homer Elizabeth A., Seijrer Prter, H«:reier Isaac, Tolan Jamei, Hoffman David, Toot Sus;inna It., Rooms J. W., Wert Berkhen, Lohrie Leah. Weaver Philip, Loister Angeline, White Paul. WM.GILLE.SPIE. P. M. in
Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
I.O. of K. M. YOU will meet every Friday evening, at t>i f o'clock, in ' he. Wigwam, (McOonanghy's Hall.) Punctual attendance is requested- AUG. SCHWARTZ. C. of R. Sc^Pcrsons wishing toconnect themselves with this Tribe, will please apply to any of the members. Gettysburg, Nov. 13, 185-1. 6rn Wanted Immediately. A TEA ('HER to have charge of the School of colored children in the Borough of Gettysburg, during the coming winter. Apply to R. G. McCREARY, Oct. 30. Pres't of Board if Directors. Sub-Soil Ploughs, C| F the beet quality, always on hand, and I for sale, in Gettysburg, at the Foundry ol T. WARREN & SON. DO you want CHEAP~6.!W)GERrES ~ ? Goto FAHNESTOOKS'. MU SLINS, Linens and Tickings, for sjle «« SCHICK'S.
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
per bushel. Add to these the value of the fodder taken from the corn, 120 shocks at ' 15 cents, the price for which it sold, and we have a total of $264 75 as the product of three .acres, or 88 25 per acre. The corn was planted three feet each way, three stalks to the hill, and the turnips were sown in the corn at the last plowing." Stoiimt Winter.—-It is predicted by the weather-wise, that the ensuing winter will be unusually stormy, marked with heavy falls of rain 'or snow, or both. The prediction is based upon the fact that about the same, amount of water falls to the earth each year, and as much less than the 'usual proportion has fallen during the last six months, the balance is to be made up this-winter.—PortfrenA, Argus. O'Wood is selling at »6 50 a §7 50 a cord at Charleston.
Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
LET THE FACTS BE KNOWN THAT ABRAM ARNOLD has lust re-Hirncd from the Eastern cities', with the largest and best selected stock of goods fur Men and Boys'wenr ever before offered,which he is new making up, at the Old\Staiu), where he inviios all who wish to purchase CLOTHING, iriiide ol nnd hy good workmen, lo call and examine his slock he-fore purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined to undersell any clothing Store or Slop Shop in the town or country. . . Having neciired iIir services >of one of the hest CUTTERS in the country, ite is prepared to make up rlolhinn; at the «horiest notice and in'.he best style. His muito is Quick Sales and Small Profits. October 2,1851. tf
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
AMERICAN ARTISTS' TJKIOS! npHE American Artistb* Uniopt would re-J_ speclfully announce to the citizens- of the United Slates and the Canadas, that for the purpose of cnltivatinjf a Wste for the fine arts thmuirhout ihe country, and' with a view of enabling every family to become^psseased of a gallery of Eugrivinps, By the first Artists of the Age, they have determined, in order-to create an extensive wile for their Engravings, and thus not only-give--^irtploymerit to a large number of artists and others, hut inspire among our countrymen a taato for works of art, to pr^ent to ihe purchnsera of iheir Engravings, when 25U.O0O of which are sold, 250,000 GIFTS, OF TH R ACTUAL COST
Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
^ nO-K-KE-E-GlTlOKE ^Ps, will be sent; or Five Dollar* worth of splendid Engravings can be-seleetmi-froTir thc^^nstogT^^iH^SenT by .return of mail or express. A copy of liin Catalogue, together with a specimen ol one of th« Engravings, can b«seen >il the office of this paper. For each Dollar sent, an Engraving actually worth that sum, and a lii/t Ticket, will immediately be forwarded. A A ?& "CT fiO a 0 ; „/- - £i 'ta & iv -a, ©2 . • 'The Cominittpe believing that thp anrceos of thia (Jrkat National Undertaking will h« materially promoted by the energy and enlerpristf of intelligent and persevering Agents, have resolved to neut with such 011 the most liberal terms.— _ - ... _ • - — - . ^
Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
BURIAL LOTS, IN EVER: GREEN CEMETERY, On Saturday, November 25/A, 1854, at Ont o'clock, P. M. CITIZEN S, both of lown and country, should avail themselves of this occasion to purchase* Lots ^ as they will hava a larger field for selection, and this inay.be the last opportunity before the closing in of winter. fjJ^-ALSO, on Thursday, the 23d instant, at the Kjiecial request of many, there will be a Sale of Lots, at 1 o'clock, P. M., if the weather allows. D. McOONAUGHY, PresU. H. J. S"ta»U.e, Sec'y. November 13. 1854. td
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
(S^T Persons caHingrTdrleiiers above Li«t will pli-as« say they are advertised. November 13, 1854. SeeoncUkancl Carriages. A FEW [rood Kecon<i-hnMd CARRIAGES and BUGGIES 10 he had for Cash or Country Produce, al C. W. HOFFMAN'S Coach factory. August 14. alJEKXSWARE: ~ AND GROCERIES^ A. ARNOLD is now receiving a large lot of QiK'fnHware, which he .will sell low. Call and see. Oct. 2. SHAWLS. —A big lot of Bay State Shawls, Lonff and Square; Brochn and Thibet Shawls—a splendid variety, aJid going at ibe cheapest rates, at SCHICK'ST "
Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
reidytMade etof ni m^ George Arnold ¦ HAS now entered in fhu Clothing business extensively, am) has • EXPBRIKNCED WORKMEN - in his employment, constantly cutting "nland making up, out of his own cloths, Ov?r Conts, Drees Coats, Pantaloons, Vests * Monkey Jackets, die. &c. , . ,, . - ~ . -i : .\ All kinds of Clothing made to order, on short notice. Constantly on hand and for sals a great variety of Clothing, of his own hinnufacturtnir, at cheap n» the chcapttt. Call and see them. We cannot be beat. October 30, 1851.
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
Jlolhway's Pills.—For the Cure of Sick Headache, Bile, and Weak and Disordered Stomachs.—These wonderful Pills have been the means of restoring to health many persons pronounced incurable by the faculty in the UnIo1i7as ~ w ' eH as abroad. They may be taken with perfect safety, and a certainty of effecting a cure,, by persons suffering from general debility, sick headaches diseases of the stomach, bile or liver complaints; and those who are predisposed to dropsy, cannot use a more effectual remedy lhan Hallo ' way's Prlts, for acting as they do upon the main spring of life, disease cannot easiJt resist their influence. Their effect is mild, yet speedy, and as a family medicine, are unequalled.
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
££$??<> NTJBSERY TREES FOB ffi^ . SALE.. . '1 • ^ J^,^, tOW PRICES. APPLE, Peach, Pear, Cherry, Plum, Apricol, Almond and Nect»rine, carefully selected. Latgn size Grape "Vines, „Straw* berry nnd ilttttpberry Plant*, Silver Maples, large aud straight. Apply to ¦ -.' ' JAMES K. PETERS, Conevidville, Del. eo.. Pa. October 23. 1854. lm
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
One Week Later from California. The ' sfeaiuer^Northern Light arrived at New York, on Tuesday last, bringing California dates to the 24th ult, about 450 passengers and 8564,400 in specie. The time made by the passengers by this arrival is the quickest yet recorded between that port and San Francisco, - being only twenty days and twelve hours !
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
— "TLe product'of llxiee ncrcs-was-Tncasurca last week, and made a little over two hundred and twenty-five bushels, or about seventy-five bushels per acm. Upon the same three.acres were also produced 140 lbs. of broom-brush, worth §8 75, and 13 bushels of seed therefrom, worth S5; also? 8 bushels of turnips, sold for $1
Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
BE.VUTIFUL PLATES, Line or Mezzotint, in every number. Godey's reliable Sie.el Fashion- Plates (colored) in every number-i-the only Fashion Plnte3 that are considered as.authority. -._ -B-A3«: -~ss-o axj AT PUBLIC SALE. "TTTfl.L Be ' offered at Public Sale, at the TT Court-lrmse, in ihe Borough of Gettysburg, ou Tuesday, the 21st day of November inst.iiii, IT Shares " of Stock In tiie Bank of twettyMltnrs, belonging to the estite of Miss I.Piitia McNeely, deceased.. Sale to corinner.ee at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. MOSES McOLBAN.ZiVr. November 6. 1854.