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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

B. M. RHODES, General Commission Merchant, 122 W. LO MliJMD Street, near Char ten, : . 1IAL.TIMOKK, -Ml>. PERUVIAN GUANO., No. I, furnished at the Government minimum price of .$50.(Ill for the Tun of 22U) lbs., with a charge ol #1 commission, purohastngariu forwarding. Tim eame- rate of commission will prevaij, what'ever may be the established (rovuriniicui prict of the article. Mexican Guini'o" furnished at tho importer's price and at tlift same tale of commission. April 10, 1854r~ly

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

TO TSIB JMI!<M*'l2ttV TRADE. • ' - JOHN STONE &SOXS, , ' 1MPOKTEKS AND DCAI.EK-S IS FRENCH MILLINERY^nODS, Ifo; 45 SoulA Srcnnd streeli Philadelphia, JL- RK now prepared to offer their customers ~ii\ra ' nd thc-intde, nn unusually large and well eelected assortment of KIBIJONS, SATINS, VELVETS, " FKATH EliS, FLO W EftS, 'T.7XX'ES^^iiif~ evefy~W'ticle~BppertSi' niiig~tO the ^'Millinery trade. , * * ' Q^7"Our stor k being of our own direct importation, offers greatadvantages hothin styles iand prices. . f Sept. ^ IS. 2in

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

r |^ ! I E subsc ' rilicr, than!, t ' ul for ]>a>t fivers, j[ respectful l y in (onus the pu 'i'ic that be continues ihe I'n .ch-iii-ikmn luisini'-*. im aj I its various hr.incbt-"-, ;it fu-<(),ii Sim.l, in York streei, (lornicil y «> ii'liiaiili.i in * s,) \\ in re lit h,r- on ii inil, and will manufacture t,. . order, aoolcaw-iy and Boat-body Carriages, iti(;!: u>. ji-:k«i-"y Witjox^nic, rill of tlie best riiv.eri.ils . and by the best o( vvorLuien. Call din! jud're-f.ir yoer>elve«. LE0 ' \ r AUD " '5T0L'GlJ. - Geitvsburg. A:>ril U, 1(?1G. Shoe-in.iki'ra, Saddlers, and the public generally. Our.-jtoc.k- having been selected with great care and purchased for Cash, we guarantee (tor the Ready Money,) to dispose of any |mu ol iton # as re-isonable terms i:s they can be purchased any wh^re. We p.uticiil.irly r. RqiiPst a cull from our friend.i, and uarue-sily sjlicit a bbare of pubiic favor, hS we are determined to establish a cha...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

: &S££303AQ CK)V3i, No. *240 Pratt Street, Baltimore I.SKAEL KNODK, Proprietor. JO H iV C.. K N O I) K, Superintendent. -May 8, 1854. Ij TH E subscriber hereby gives notice to thfse /. ' who have promised him WOOD on account, that he is in want of it, and iliat unless 'it is delivered forthwith, without any further notice,the Accounts will be placed in tlie hands of an officer for collection, and the iimney r. - quired. T. WAKKKN.

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

HAY WANTED. gJEKSONS having Hay to sell, will .in we!" a. 1.v c,t!lir;g- on tlie subscriber, in Ci.-tivs. burg, who is desirous (if purchasing. 'I'hr Iughe-T-mark.-t prici" will hf ji • i>I ,;i ,:'! tunes, U' ^. 'As he intends Irivinir ;|ie I f:iy. • alter h.-iii ' j , i.ickc>l, h.iuied eil.'ier to Il.iiMvcr or IS-' .ii i .uore. tin! preleri'iice tc Ii.iii I \; i ','. be » uen to those from whom be in iv jmreha-sc. SOLOMON POWERS. D-n. t), lP,")- 2. tf , ' \i) M E () N {¦: ! CO MI". A I.L !-Tu s^ thoVe V. I cjieap (iouJsjUt: rtClivid by Oct. v > . ' A. ARNOLD.

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Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

EA1MD0LPH & LATIM mi^ PRODUCE ' " ^ r>. , - \ -w - v'"?(-,. r..v - \ t -^^ - -r-i-,- ; ' ¦ -. '-••v A i 'ivJn L/UJidJilOUlUlH ibl^itb/J.JJl^d.^ t'j So. Gu Suuth . " itreel, BJ .1 E. T IMORE. VTTEND particiilirly.tt* the sale of Fl.mr, Grain, U'-tif, ( lovcsfcd, and a I! kinds of Country Produce, and aro prejiared lo furiiish b;i^> to peisons wishing ie co.isign to liiem. November 7, 1S.">3. Iv

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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

nets, Kmiljick} 1 Jc;ihs, &c. &c. - His stock ' ol'pjfrtV CQODS is also very fine,, and too numerous lo i-nuiner.iti;. ('-all and see. Thankful for past favors, SOHIC ' K solicits a continuance of public p.itroiiiige. lie will always endeavor to deserve it, by selling good (ioods, at the lowest living prices. " Quick Sules and Small Profits," is his mutto. October -22, 1851.

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

SEISMS QS3I33, S8Q Market street, above Hlh, Philadelphia. C I. BuNti & Bvo., Proprietors. ri^ HlS House hat) a central location, on one JL of the principal thoroughfares of the city. No effort snared to make visiters comfortable. S1,00 per day. i June 13, 185 k ly U

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

V LARGE addition to or* st ,, c | { of Hnnfware, Carriage Triiiiiuiii^^ f ee, lias bi-*i-it uiade, and those in want of airj article in tiiu line, siionld not f.iil to cxMinini- ».r stock. \V e (iled^e ouTselves to soil cli.'aper idk,, t | l(. ciifiijM'rjt. Oometo FaHNESI'OCKi-, ' Piani..T 1*51851.

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Pelween Vine and I must, cst side, 1'hi Ltda. rilHfl assortment embiaoes a -i.ariic. and Se-_!_• lect Stuck nf Fine )l~ alrhe*,Jtii>clry, ^iivrr Il ' nre, AUtntu IVa re, plated u-ilhjine silver, in SpLiutts, J?'nrlcx, Ladles, $'C.—-J'J (Jiiuds, F.inx mid Fancy Articles of >\ Miperior ((unlity, deserving the examination nfihosr who tli ' -'-irc lo

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

T--artl«N ' Ore.ss t»oods, ofenry style, Xl ' "!*¦ A;;Mi-ca for 12J cents; CasUmero l-_ >f.; D ",.iie._r.'>. |roi,; 16 to 3"i cents; Calicoes from 5 iii i »; M u-i! ks ftorr.) 5 !o 18^;and evi-rythina ti><- ui j«",<.*fUou, at the New Stor^ *•{ i>ct. 16. . J. S.-CRAM.MEIf. October 2, THE WA1I ( JOlMi ON! fPHK war in Europe is largely engrossing X public-attention, and prices generally are going up. But illp undersigned « oul.i snggp.-tt to his custoiniTS and everybody else ibiit he has iu>;t returneil from the city, with, the clLrajic^t and bent stock of c.-r> r. r..\-,,-)•;, -r<.. ^ ^ .¦ry-^^T.ta r* ' U'.uij/t/^. 'XcC j'Vyj, ;y, <.:u::.:]. V', Nuts, Confectionary, Fancy Soaps, &c, hfl has ever bei' ore offered. (Jail and judge for yourselves, and if you do not pronounce his- goods aniorig the cheapest and best you Lave ever looked at, then is Uc greatly, mistaken. His stock comprises., in parl, C...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

"Then we should be mutual confidants,"] observed : "I have been* very frank with" yoi and T hope thnt you will reciprocate." •"Butonr relations are not similar," she re plied archly. "We are not responsible foi 3'our curiosity, you arc for ours." "ITnw, sn?"T * cricd. ; "It was forced upon us." "Indeed ; and w-srs-" not mi no-forced upon me in such a manner, too, as, left me no choiei but toseek out the mystery ?- A truce to this bandying of words : you will not take ndvan tape of frankness for any other purpose thai to reward it with full explanations,"' She looked at 'inea moment, ns if question' ing my apparent honesty, and then said pleas amir— . - «•_ . "Well, as you have been so good a patron ol my apple stand, and have taken so much pain, * to know the romance of my history, if you wil' promise secrecy. I'll tell you." . "I'll accept nny conditions I can fulfil," I answered, eagerly. . • ^ "Walk with me into the garden then," sale the girl. We had i\ plensnnt scat under a r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

TERMS OF THE COMPILER. fgg*The Republican Compiler is published every Monday morning, by Hkxhy J. Stahlk at &LJ5 per annum if: paid in advance—S2M per annum if not paid in advance; No sub Efxiption discontinued r ii»l»g s at the option o the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. Advtebtisemk.s'ts inserted at the usual rales J ob Wokk done, neatly, cheaply, and wit! dispatch. , B^Offlce on South Baltimore street, direct ly opposite Wai ' npler's Tinning Establishment one and a half squares from the Court House. DEFERRED ARTICLES. U. S. Sekatqrs.—Robert W.Johnson, Democrat, has been unanimously elected by the Arkansas Legislature, as U. S. Senator, for six years, from the 4th of March, 1855. Hon. D. S. Reid, Democrat, has been chosen U. S/Senator by the Legislature of North Carolina, for the same term. The Public Works. ^ . ' A movement is now on foot to abolish the Canal Board, and instead of three Commissioners, to create a Superintendent, who shall exercise the functi...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

Select ilVi0cellawj. Fioni CoggcihaH's recently pul»li«In*'l ''Tali";." The Pretty Apple uirl--A Cincinnati Story, Some years ago. when I was a rambler through the streets of Cincinnati, for the purpose of picking Up trifles to interest the renders of the local columns of a ci!y paper, 1 often purchased apples, mils, and candies of a young girl who had a stand near the junction of-two business avenues. She was not handsome, ki the common ac« captation of this much abused word, but there wa,s an artlessness, and }'et a winning graco, in her mnnner.s, which convinced me that her station in life should be above the one she then occupied. She wore, invariabl)', a close fitted pink calico dress. I felt that her parents must be.very poor : :\nd, as I saw her day after day in the same attire, I had my suspicions thai her wardrobe could not be so very extensive: 3 ret, as she always appeared soupulously neat and tidy, it was a great mystery to me how this striking neatness was secured, ...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

€l)oicc Ipocttn. The Little Boy's BuriaL BT WJI. Cl'U.ESf BBY.1XT. Two dark-eyed maiiis, at shut of day, Sat where a river rolled away ; With calm,"saij brows, and ravenlinir, .And one was pule, aud both were fair. Bring flowers, they sqng, bring flowers unblown Bring forest bluoms of ndine unknown : firing budding sprays from wood and wild, To strew the bier of Love, the child. Close softly, fondly, while ye weep, Iliw eyes, tuat death may seem like sleep; AaA fold his hands iu sign uf rest, His waien hands across his breast.. And make hi* grave where violeti'hide, Where star (lowers strew the riviilet'nside, And blue-birds, in the misty spring. Of cloudless skies and summer, $111;. Place near him, as ye lay him tow, His idle shafts, his Inosene8 buw. ~ The silken Gllet that around His waggiab eyes in sport ho .bound. But wo shall mourn him long, and miss Hii> ready smile, his ready kiss, Thepiattle-orhis little feet, Sweet frowns aud stammered jihrases sweet, And graver l...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

Os On Advice. Advice, in these tiim>Si is just about the meanest ns well as the cheapest commodity in the market. It's bad enough nt any time : and. indeed, whenever we feel desirous to bo universally hated, avoided, nnd despised, the n.s are uiwjiy.s our power. Nc have foul to advise, and the consequences are infallible. The. fnendshipof—twn-yoinrgiadreaztiToTTgl ¦I apparently founded, upon tho rock of cterna j. attachment, was terminated in the following l manner. On a certain occasion, one rcmarkec to life ' other: . . "My dear friend, I don't think your flguro i: particularly suited.for dancing ; and as a sin cere friend of yours, I would advise you to giv< it up in future." The other, nntnrally affected by such a mart of sincerity, replied : "I feel very much obliged to you, my denr for your adcice. This proof of your friendshij demands some return. I would sincerely re j commend you to relinquish your singing, ai some of your upjKT notes resemble the melo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

i • - : (E!)c Republican Compiler. ' ' GETTYSBnftG, PA. MONDAY MORNING,! DEC. 4, 1854. f 0"7 r "Congress-'meets to-day, and there, will I doubtless be a quorum in both branches, judging from the number of members who have nlre=uly r^o^u'd 'bp Rpat of (Jovprnment. The I President's Message will be delivered at the ; usual period—about noon to-morrow ; and it ' will not be dispatched from Washington until j after it has been communicated, to Congrc-ss. 1 This course has been adopted this yeaMn order that the message may be kept open until the ^ last moment, to incorporate into it any lato JTnfo7maTioTrTjoncCTmn "g~ouY~^ that may be deemed necessary. - - Tub Messaok.—A Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun says, thafall clouds and apprehensions about the President's message will soon be dispersed. There will be no new shift, no contrivance, no effort, to suit the evanescen t taste of the times. The President's message will show General Pierce to stand where ho always stood—on...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

FOCB PAYS LATER FJWSI KfRO «• GREAT MmM FOUGHT. Eight Thousand Eussians Sailed-—Five Thousand of the Allies Killed. New YoiycNov, 2&.r-Tho American R(cninr fillip Baltic arrived here this morning with Liverpool dates to the I5lh. being four days later than the previous advices. The Russians attacked therein of the allied forces before Sevastopol on tfie 5th. A great battle ensued with terrible loss on both sides. The loss of the Hussi'ms is; estimated nt 8,000 nnd that of the Allies at 5.000. The battle lasted an entire day. Immediately sifter the Russians made another sortie and nttoeked the left wing of the Allies, composed of French, who repulsed them with a loss of about one.thous-—Sfld;—^eJtw^KW-acwmU^aj^hey-cap t n red one of the enemies batteries, spiked theirguns, and repulsed the French w ilh terrible slaughter. Despatches hare teen sent to England for reinforcements. Every steamer which was —avilable-was taken lip (including the Cunard steamer Europa) to tran...

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

^ ' Saksaparilla MoXitment.—Ihe New York Journal of Commerce gives a description of th& new palace residence of Dr. & P. Townsend, the "original" sarsaparilla man, on the corner of Fifth avenue and 24th street. It has a chapel, gymnasium,picture gallery, &c. The entire cost of the building and ground is estimated at $200,000; the contract for stone ts about S30.000 ; fresco-painting #6,000. ; plastering from §8,000 toSlO.OOO, and the carpenters' contract is about $30,000. It is such extravagance as this that makes tight times. , \ * ( A Good Old Age.—Died at the Trappe, Montgomery county, Pa., on Wednesday morni ng-\\ ; eek,-Mrs.-Mar^arctJ>Ioseiv_gedJ04years 4 months and 17 days. She continued in the enjoyment of her faculties until her last moments. .._ ._ OCr -Rev. F. Rees, a Baptist minister, was killed at Louisville, on the 21st ult., by falling down the steps of the Walnut st. church;. [ Hl!?'Ten "thousand bushels of corn per dayare required...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

j ! i Kansas a Free State., ! Hon. James A. Campbell, of Ohio, who has just returned from Kansas Territory, confirms 1 [ 1 ! ' the opinion held by every Northern man who ! supported the Kansas-Nebraska bill, that Kan-^sas will become a free Stale. This is the T judgment of every roan who visits that region, and yet the Whigs and Abolitionists, who oppose the principle of self-government in the Territories, are falsely misleading the public ¦ by appeals to their passions and prejudices,on the question of domestic servitude. The North- Jfmtricon publishes the statement of Mr. Camp-^ bell, and, at the same time, inveighs against the Democracy for introducing slavery intothe Territories. Admirable consistency, but. .perfectly on a parallel with-th&Jiistory; of Whig. opposition to alt movements that took towards, placing power in the hands of the people. This is the point objected to byr t&e Whig Bartv" The slavery question is a mere blinds-a mask from behind which ...

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