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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

JMtical Address of the State Central Committee. CONCLUSION OF HO. 3. The Missouri line was never a favorite measure with the old Democratic statesmen. It suited a temporary purpose, and quieted agitation for a time, but it was manifestly wrong in principle, and legislation of a dangerous character, calculated to divide tlie country into geographical sections, and create dissensions and divisions among the States and the people. Thomas Jefferson onco said: ••This Missouri question, by a geographical line of division, is the most portentous one that I have ever contemplated." — In 1820 he wrote to John Holmes: " "A geographicnl line coinciding with ft marked principle, moral, nnd political, once conceived and held up to the angry passions, of men, will never be obliterated. Jnmcs Madison said: "I must own that I hnve always leaned to the belief that the restriction wns not within the true scope of the Constitution." James Monroe said: "The proposed restriction as to the territor...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

The Old Clothes Dodge. The ~~city ^ournBls"teetn with exposures of the rnanifold devices by,which knaves prey upon "* and defraud th9 unwary *. but we think the following, which came under our notice a few days ago, a "leetle" ahead f>{ all precedent: The Old Clothes Dodge is confined exclusively to West street, where, at almost any hour in the day,; it may be seen in operation alter this foshiori ; : „ ' A dirty green looking fellow wanders np and down the street, with a bundle of black wearing apparel, tied up in a cotton handkerchief, under his arm. His appearance would lead the superficial observer to suppose he hrcd just landed from an emigrant ship, entirely Ignorant of the ways and manners of the people he had bo recently come among. He looks with an air of confiding ignorance into the face of every passer-by, until his eye catches one whom lie deems suitable for his operations—usually some countryman. Assuming an air of earnest inquiry, he accosts the gull with "H...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

ADJOURNED COURT. "VfOTIOE is hereby given that an adjourned JA Couitof Common Pleas will be held at Gettysburg, on Monday, ike 2d-day of October next, at-10 o'clock, A. M., when and where all parties interested-are requested to be present. JOHN SCOTT, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Gettysburg, ) August 28,1854. td ) D. M'CONAUGHY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Office removed to one, door West of Buehler's Drug & Book-store, Chambersburg street,) Attorney & Solicitor for Patents and Pensions, BOUNTY Land Warrants, Back-Pay suspended Claims, and all other claims against the Government at Washington, D. C: alsoLAjnerican ^ cJaimsjnEnghvnd. Land War¬ rants located and sold, or bought, and.highest prices given* _ ^ ; Agents engaged, in locating warrants , in Iowa, Illinois, and other. Western Stales; and lands for sale there.. 05~ Apply to him personally,or by letter. Gettysburg, Nov. 21, 1853. ly JNO. A. MARSHALL, Attorney at Law, Office No. 79 South Fifth Street, below Walnut, ...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

From the Harriaburg Patriot Was Gen. Jackson an "Infatuated Executive 1" One of the great acts for which posterity will revere tlie memory of Gen. Jackso. v was his veto of the old U. S. Bank , and his^rmness in crushing the monster. When even Clay and Webster shall be forgotten—when all the bright names of that era of great men shall ho more be remembered—when the name of James Pollock shall no longer appear in book or uponc paper—patriotic hearts will beat more warmly as they extol and hear extoled the great name of Akdubw Jackson : and while his memory survives? so long will he be applauded for hid veto of the U. S. Bank. Yet our Mister Pollock—Jafice Pollock—» then just crawling from the hip of luxury and wealth—gave £h.e public the benefit of bis opinion uponfBFPank. as well as upon Gen. Jackson and the Democratic party generally, by a toast at Milton, on the 4th of July, 1834, as follows' . ¦ "By Jambs Pollock.—The minority in the "House of Ilepresentati ves of the Unite...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

. . . _—irremit»"UfflrtrtHiii8rIfstrfoi:— Pollock's Demagogueism. Tf James Pollock's deninpogueism is not sufficiently established by tho fact-that he "hied away" to Philadelphia, as soon aa fad was nominated for Governor./yr the purpose of attaching himself to tho order of Know-Nothings, with no higher or lower motive th»n to attach their voles to himself,—if this and other facts with which the public is acquainted, does not sufficienly establish " -that he is ft thorough demagogue, tvo ask attention" to, bi& course on the prohibitory liquor question. In the Legislature of 1853, Northumberland county was represented by 8. A. BergstressiT a whig, who voted against every thing that had the least leaning towards a prohibitory law, or'which was likely to bring the snbject before tho people, no watt as hostile to any such project as the most ultra Lager Btcr seller in the State could possibly be. lie wan nominn'cd for re-election. The T)ernocrati<f caluli* <lfU...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

OtT^The following is considered by old and experienced farmers as a pretty sure remedy for the "potato" rot: Select a suitable piece of ground; plough to the full depth of the good soil, and, as the old farmers say, so as to "turn up a leelte yaller dirt;" then subsoil; manure as highly as possible—it doesn't matter much with what, so that it is rich and enough of it —and, when you have done all the rest—plant with Indian corn. (O^At a small town up the river, a young lawyer who thought himself " some," made certain proposals at a' town meeting, which were objected to by a farmer.—Highly enraged he said.io-.Jhe farmer, "Sir, . do, you know that I have been at two universities, and at two colleges in eaeli university?" "Well, sir," said the farmer, " what of that? I had a calf that sucked two cows, and the observation I made was, that the more he sucked, the greater calf he grew." Q3r"Mrs. Hollyhock thinks it "ratner queer" that the rising of a little quicksilver in a glass tube ...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Caution to Dahk Eves.—That the color of the eyes should affect their strength may seem strange ; yet that such is the case need not at this time of day be proven ; and those whose eyes are brown or dark colored should be informed that they are weaker and more susceptible of injury, from various causes, than gray or blue py es. Light blue eyes are ueteris purihus, generally the most powerful, and next to these are gray. The lighter the pupil, the the greater and longer-continued is the degree of tension the eye can sustain. Aoe of Fishes.—Pike and carp, in artificial ponds, have been repeatedly-found with gold rings in th?ir fins, and other kinds of labels, on which" were also found dates, that proved conclusively that one hundred years had etapsed since the inscription was made. Gesner speaks of a pike that was known to be two hundred and sixty-seven years ojd. It is affirmed by some of the French writers, that several pike are in a pond, which formerly belonged>to the du...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Select fttisrcllani The Cunning Thrush. There is much more intellect in birds than ¦ pe6ple"supposV. "~ Aninst anceof that occurred the other day at a slate quarry, belonging to a Triend from whom we have the narrative. A ^hmsfiTnot aware of the expansive properties ofSjifffnpowder, thought proper to build her nest on a ridge of the quarry, in the very centre of which they were * constantly blasting the rock. . At first she was very much discomposed by the fragments flying in all directions, but stilL she would not quit her chosen locality.—She soon observed that a bell rung whenever a train was about to be fired, and that, at the notice, the workmen retired to safe positions. In a few days when she heard the bm^ste, quitted her exposed situation, and flew down ho where the workmen sheltered themselves—dropping close to their feet.—There she would remain until, the explosion had taken place, and. then return to hcj nest. The workmen observed this—narrated it to their employers...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

- .The Swinetto. A Western chap, who went to New York to purchase goods, &c, was invited to one of those fashionable parties so common in large cities. He was clearly a western original—but said veryiittle, until he found that J.he party was about to close without an attempt to corner him. At length a bevy of laughing girls, by the merest accident in the world, found them¬ selves about said western green one, in a most animated discourse on music, and city playing. When all this had progressed just far enough, one of the damsels, with head more adorned without than within,and in that peculiar drawl; which fortunately no type can present, accosted the observed of all with : • - '¦Do the ladies play musica. t the West, sir?" Original saw the game, and was resolved to win. "O, very universally, miss," was the cold reply. - ~ "Indeed! Why, I was not aware of that. Pray, do they use the piano, mostly ?" " "Never, Miss :.the only instrument used out our way, is the Swinetto,...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

REAL ESTATE, At Public Sale. On Saturday, the I6lh day of September next, AT ONE O ' CLOCK, P. M M ON THE PREMISES, TH E undersigned, Executor of the estate of JOHN STEWART, deceased, -will sell at Public Sale, The. Desirable Farm of said deceased, situate in Freedom township, Adams county, Pa., adjoining lands of Abraham Krise, James Bigharn, the heirs of Geo. Toot, deceased, and others, containing 148 ACRES and 59 PERCHES of Patented Laud. The improvements consist of j £ ~ -«i a two-story H:! r «I : Q1K32' SBQB3* MM Brick Kitchen and Brick Smoke House, a never failing well of water at"lhe~KiTchen door, a large and convenient BANK BARN, built of stone and frame, Wagon Shed, Corn Crib, and other out-buildings ; also a good TENANT HOUSE, with a weil at the door, a good Stable, a thriving Apple Oichard and other Fruit Trees. About 40 acres of the Farm are in Timber, with a fair proportion of excellent Meadow. to Q^7" Persons wishing premises will call upon the subscriber. Attend...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Highly Interesting to Agriculturists. A correspondent of the San Diego (Cal.) Herald.relates the following: Conversing the other day on the effects produced by different kinds of pasture on the quantity and color of butter, an estimable and witty friend of ours*in San Diego, who has lately turned his attention to rural and agricultural pursuits, mentioned a singular fact in exemplification, which'Occurred in a churning of butter from a cow belonging to his mother. In this case the butter was found to be red, with green stripes—and was traced to the circumstance jof the cow having chewed up, the day before, a piece of carpet containing those colors. The most remarkable feature of this incident was, that the carpet was green, with red stripes, while the butter was red, with green stripes.—Now, although I can readily believe this unusual color for butter to be caused in the manner above slated, yet I find it very'difficult to account for the arrangemerit of the colors, in a differe...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

JDceirabic JJropcrttf, AT PUBLIC SAI.E. WILL be offered at Public Salo, on Saturday, the 16th day (f September next, Bt 10 o'clock, A. M.,on the premises. A LOT OF GROUND, containing 7 Acres, situate in Butler township, Adams county, 3} mile3 from Gettysburg, on the Bendersville roadrat the.forks ot-*rte">joad leading to Arendtsville, adjoining lands of John Hamilton and John, Carey. The improvements are a -. " • ^^fes^k Frame Dwelling , #§| || U (well situated for a business fHataSS EtanH,) a Barn, and other oul-SJBjeSSSKffl buildings; a good well of water; and an Orchard. There is an opportunity to purchase more land adjoining it. & iliy-M/ 9 ii^'aiiiv^a hij & 9 adjoining the above, and containing 5 Acres, on which is a twosloiy FRAME SHOP, and an Orchard. Also, A tot of Tvro'Acres, Bituate in Cumberland township, on the road leading from the State road to Hen's Tavern, adjoining lands of Isaac Deardorff and Robert Sheckley, on which is a one and a hal...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Executors ' Aotice. npHOMAS KHRKHART'S ESTATE.— I Letters testamentary on the estate of Thomas Ehrehart, late of Straban township, Adams county, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, (the first named residing in Straban township, and the last named in Hamilton township.) they hereby give notice to all persons indebted io said estate to make immediate payment, and those having claims agairist~the same to present them properly authenticated for settlement. GEauGE EHREHART < DANIEL EHREHART, August 7, 1854. 6# Executors. DOCTOR JOHN A. SWOPE, HAV ING located permanency in Gettysburg. _ offers his professional services to the public. Office and residence in York street, opposite the Bank-Gettysburg, April 24, 1854. ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

€\)Q\tt JJoctrs. k When Shall We Meet Again ? When shall we meet again? Meet ne'er to sever? When will peace wreathe her chain Hound us forever? Our hearts will ne'er repose Safe from each blast that blows In this dark vale of wqes—" Never! no, never! When shall love freely flow Pure as life's riven " When shall pure friendship glow Changeless forever ? Where joys celestial.thrill, Where bliss each heart shall fill. And fears of parting chill—Never—no, never! -3 Soon shall we meet again, Meet ne'er to sever, & , Soon will peace wreathe het^jhaja ^ Round us forever; Our hearts will then reposo Secure from worldly woes. Our songs of praise shall close Never—no, never! . ,

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Jpmj Ity! flan. Up ! TH E undersigned will place his Books in the hands ot an officer for collection on the 12th of September next. Those wishing to save costs will call before that time and pay up. - AB'M. ARNOLD, AucTust 21, 1851. FAIR NOTICE. A QUANTITY of Iron Was recently stolen out of the barn of lite subscriber, and he has suffered in the same way on foruier occasions". —He therefore- gives- tlfis fair—notice, thai a discovery of \ the person or persons caught stealing his property will lead to a prosecution by law to its fullest pxtent—they can expect no quarter. * T. F. FRAZKR. Sub-Soil Ploughs, O F the beet quality, always on hand, and for sale, in Gettysburg, at the Foundry of T. WARREN & SON.

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

smmsm GKwraa,-280 Market street, above Hlh, Philadelphia. , C. I. Bash & Bro., Proprietors. T HIS House has a central location, on one of the principal thoroughfares of the city. No effort spared to make visiters comfortable. $1,00 perday. Juno 12, 1854. ly * RANDOLPH & LATIMER, PRODUCE j No. 66 South street, BAL ' TIJHORE.. ATTEND particularly to the safe of Flour, Grain, Hay; Cliiverseed, and alf kinds of Country Produce, and are prepared to furnish bags to persona wishing-to consign to them. November 7, 1853. ly

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

RE MO VA L. J. LAWRENCE HILL, M. D., H ASNi'sOfficeonedoor west of the Lutheran church, in Chatnbersburg street, and opposite Grammer's store, where those wishing to have any Dental Operation performed are respectfully inviied to call. references: Dr. D. Gilbert, &r. C. N. Berluchy, Dr. D. Homer, Rev. C. P. Knuith, D.D.,Rev. H. L. Baugher, D. I)., Rev. Prof; William M. Reynolds,Rev. Prof. M. Jacobs, Prof. M. L.Stoever. Gettysburg, April 11, 1853. if

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

d3>QaSi2Q.<S> dQ.£E?©!2iC^ S f * B. M. RHODES, General Commission Merchant, 122 IV. LOMBARD Street, near Charles, IMUT1M0RE, J1D. > ^ ^*- PERUVIAN GUANO, No. 1-, furnished at the Government minimum price of S55.00 for the Ton of 2-240 lbs., with a charge-of #1 commission, purohasingand forward+flgn—T-hd same rate of commission will prevaif, whatever may be the established government .price of the article. Mtfxic<tTi Guano "firrnT5hed~Mntie"infiporter's * price and aj the same rate of commission. April 10^1854. ly

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

T H. SKELLY respectfully informs his • old customers and the public generally, that he continues the TAILORING BUSINESS, at his old stand, in South Baltimore street, where he will be happy to accommodate all who may patronize him. All work entrusted to his care warranted to fit and be of most substantial make. Thankful for past favors, he solicts. a continuance of public patronage. OSfTThe New York Spring and Summer Fashions are received. Call and see them. Gettysbuig, Mav 1, 1854. ID* "Star " and "Sentinel" copy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

GOL. R. COBEAN, AT THE GETTYSBURG STEAM MILL. T HE subscriber has completed his new Steam Mill, and is now prepared to SAW TIMBKR and CHOP GRAlN.at usual rales and short notice. Farmers and others can have Sawing and Chopping done aj'any time, fr^r Hanover prices in Cash will be paid for Rye, Corn arid Oats, at the Steam Mill. ft^r Feed constantly on hand and 1or sale. C. W. HOFFMAN. August 14, 1854. ly

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