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Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

DAILY LINE. FAR GREDVCBD! rB^ HE subscribers announce to the 'travelling -B. i)iil)lic that thoy are now running a DAILY LIN K O F S T A G E S ,. between Gettyabuig and Cbarnbnrslinrg, le.nving Gettysburg at 7 o'clock, A. M., and returning by 7.o'clock, P/M-Vof name day. Fare each way $1.50. Sugii Oifice in Gettysburg, at the " Eagle Hptfi." GL'HK, TATE& CO; Aug. 16, 18,02. Baltimore & ' Susriuehanna Kailroad. 7Tl TS"N"G"ETJF~nDTTR S^Way Taispnger

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Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

TO THE MII.I.IXERY .TRADE. JOHN . STdKE & SONS, IMPOItTERs ' ANDDBALKRS IW FRENCH ffilLLmERY GOODS, No. 45 South Second street, Philadel phia, AR .E now prepared to offer tbeir customers and the trade, «n unusually large and well selected assortment of ft Hi BO NS, -SATIN'S, VELVETS, FEATHERS, PLOWRRS, LACES, and every article appertaining to tlie Millinery trade. 0^7~ Our stock bejrig of our own direct 1mp6rtation, offers great ad vantages boihin styles and price9. • [Sept.-18.- 2m

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Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

L. A. GODEV. No. 113 Chesnul street, Philadel phia. 8^3" Specimens sent when desired. November '20, 1851. 3t ("^1 rocorlos and Qtippaswaro. - JT J. S.>(JR\M\IER defies , the t., wn oi county to produce, che.ipcrand better Groceries ai'H (J-ieensw.sre th;in he is now selling. Sucr;ir ofrir^t rate quality and h'rit to Jn-at. for onl y a FlPi. pound, anil everything-else in pmp()f. lion. , [April 10. AMEEICAN ARTISTS' UNION rpHE American Artists' Uitiotr wotrld re-X spectfally announce to the citizens of th& fUiiied States and the. Canadas. that for Ihe purpose of cultivating a taste (or the fine arta ihroughout the country, and wild a view oC enabling every family to become possessed of a gallery of Engravings, - :By the first Artists of the Age, they have- determined, in order to create art extensive sale for their Engravings, and thus: nu» only give employ menf to a large numberof artists and 1 others, hut inspire among our countrymen a taste for works ofa»,t, t...

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Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

280 Market street, above 81k, Philadelphia C. I. Bush & Bio., Proprietors. rrTfrIS~Tlotise has a central !«eatron7TnrTm JL of the principal thoroughfares of the city No effort spared to make visiters comfortable Si,00 per day. .-.• - .. June 12, 1854. ly

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Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

3'J)A.3«l * !a) ^ Q.3 THE subscriber, thankful for past favors, respectfully iiiforntis the " public that he con> tiiuies tliH Coach-iimkin" business, in nil its various hnncberi, at his Old Stand, in York street, (formerly , Buchingham's,) where lie has ou hand, and will ' manufacturc to order, Rookawrayand^Boat-bodyCarriages, HU«(;ii:S, JEKWBY WAGONS, Ac,

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Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

¦with the following improvements: A.cpmrnodio.us,and comfortable . . •Jfe'HJW ' ItV &nHlmg xww, ." .f||jljl with. Baclcrbuildings.atiijch f d, a ^^M^sS BAN R, ,BA'RI^7"100 ffe*V lon g and 50 deep, ™-ith nil npopsaarv out hiiildincra.

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Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

faiIhjully repaired. 'r WM. B.ELTONHEAD, No. IS-l Soittli 2d St.. a few doors alxire the 23 St. Market, \Ve*t MJe. J^f^In the South Window ot the Store, may be seen the famous BIRD CLOCK, which commands the ad ini ration uf Llitr scientific and curious. October 2, 1854. ly

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Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

No. '24D Pratt Street, Baltimore -ISIt-A-RL KNOD ^ ,~PrJrprietixt JOHN G. KNODE, Superintendent.-May-8, 1854. ly " • •

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Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 4 December 1854

v-itmn-a-reasonable-t-Hiirt.- - —+-j~ 0^7" Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware ¦

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

TEOIig^ted Scholar. ~ Cases like the one I am about to relate on much too frequent in our country, and they an such, too, as should be.guarded against by al who have an interest in education. The incl dent was brought to mind by hearing a com plaint marie hy the parent of a poor boy, whe had been grossly neglected by the teacher of the i-viUflge-Pchool ,- ne^ lt^ted sintpl vbecauseheTraE I poor and comparatively friendless ! Many years ago. when I was a small boy, 1 at tended a school in the town of . .Among ! the scholars there was a boy named George i Henry. His father was a poor drinking man. j and the unfortunate boy had to ' suffer in conse-• quence. George came to school habited in rag-| god garments—but they were the best be had : j he was rough and uncouth in his manners, for he had been brought up in that manner ; h was very ignorant, for he had never had an opportunity for education. Season after season, poor George Henry occupied the same seat in the school room—it ...

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

—TEEMS-OF-IH^aMlTiEE--— " jg&'The Rtpublicau Compiler is published every Monday morning, by Hb.vry J. Stahlb at $1,75 per annum if paid in advance—S2.0li per annum if not paid in advance: No subscription dise^onUnued ^ iin2essjaj 1_^ the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. Adveiitisbmen'ts inserted at the usual rates. -Job- -WoRK- ' -don . e—nea Uyr^heaplyr - aW-witt dispatch. ¦ jaB^SH^fBce on South Baltimore street, direct-^^ ^opposite Watnpler's Tinning Establishment, •one and a half squares from the Court House. PUBLIC? SALE. ON Saturday, the 30th of December instant, at 1 o'clock, P. M., the undersigned, Executors of ihe estate of Henry: Bowers, late of Mountjoy township, Adams county, Pa., deceased, will sell at Public Sale, by virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court of Adams county, on the premises, ""£L!?OO>CE? OiPSiQ^DOQg) of said deceased, situate in the township aforesaid, adjoining lands of John Budy, Melchor Wolf, John Bender, and others, containi...

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

Great Railroad Speed. '"" ' TrxuEE IIuxnitKD Milks pkhHocr.—A paper was lately read by Judge Mcigs, before the American Institute) "Farmer's Club, at New York, upon the subject of rapid railroad travelling, in which he said : "I have, with othors, admircel the progress made in velocity on railroads up "to even one. hundred miks an hour on straight rath, which -has~beerri3ono in~Enghrnd^ BuTiTeTHer4.airF views of railroad velocity far beyond any yet ventured to be ejEpresseeT The Kmperor of Russia has taken the first gre>at step towards what I deem the ultimatum of railroad travel ' . "Instead of cutting a narrow alley through the country, or going around eveiything in the way of a " straight line—he has cut a broad way five hundred miles, from St. Petersburg to Moscow—ho has made it all the .way two hundred feet wide, so that the engineer sees everything that comes on the road ! "Such is part of the future: the railroad from point to point a mathematical line : the rails te...

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

0clcct illtscdlonn. An Eccentric Will. ; Mr. Railing, of New Hampshire, England, -wmr^an(Tong~ihe"vir:tims"of the laKtrrarlroadno^ cident, between .Brighton and London. Ilia heirs, after having paid him, the customary t'uneral honors, did what all heirs do in simitar cases, opened the will of the deceased to ascertain what share each was to have in his posthumous liberalities. As be had never given a penny to either of his relatives, during his I lifetime, they expected to be the richer now that he was no more. One may imagine the surprise caused by the first line of the will: "This is my testament. I give and bequeath all my goods, present or future, movesible or imnioveable, in England or on the continent, 1 to that railroad.company on whose road I-have the happiness to meet with death—that blessed deliverance from my terrestrial prison." Further on, the testator give 's his reasons for his bequest. " The idea had taken firm possession of his mind that he was destined to die...

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

Compensation for the Summer's Drought. We have no doubt the long continued draught will result in the utter e xtermination ol my. riads of insCcts, worms, animalculse. &c, throughout ^ ejitcnsive^acctidns^ofUhe-lJmonr wTlTTcti have hitherto proved highly detrimental to our vnlunhlc crops. A southern paperssvs that the joint-worm has * been annihilated " in many whent fieldii. having become elried to powder before nrriving at maturity, and shedding their pestiferous brooel for another season 'h ravages. . This is one way that our farmers mny be compensated for their short crops. If they nre further taught economy in feeding what they have only tr> animals that can ' best 3igest and make n suitable return for their food, ind in nn economical manner, if it will further teach them to plant early, and have their fieltk Jeeply plowed, wvll pulverized nnd manured, so as to afford a continued though partial supply of moisture from the atmosphere during ;ven the driest time,...

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

XT'The Clinton, N. Y. Cournnt snys that the people of that ricinity who believe the sec--oitd-eoining of our Lord ia at hand, Iihvu bumi selling ihi'ir property to pay their debts and prepare for the event. " OT'Tt 5?Tcon tern plated £6 tunnel" tnc"T)17io " at " Louisville, Ky.,and JefFersonvillo, In., and thus unite both banks, while leaving the navigation r ree—as jn the manner of the Thames tunnel. %y In Russia it is found tlmt if powdered chnreonl lie mixed with the tallow before it is made into candles, the light is found to be greatly improved. This is a plan worth adopting. QT7"Therc is in New York an asylum for drunkards, where, conscious of their weakness, they voluntarily undergo a wholesome <;rder of discipline and life. OTT'The Swiss have, comparatively, more telegraph wires at work than any country in Kurope. They convey them in leaden tubes, underground. . "^ ?T7tt & remarkable that of all knowledge, the most important, the knowledge of ourselves, is t...

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

Apple Molasses. The juice of the sweet apple, it is probably known to most of our Teaders, makes an excellent molnssts. The article; when properly made, is pure, possessing n vinous or rather lirandicd flavor, which renders it greatly superior for mince, applo or tart pics, to the best West India molasses. If it is made from sour apples, a small qu&ntUy-of . imported molusses tuny be added to modify the flavor." Beer made with it, possesses a brisk and highly vapid flavor, which common molasses does not impart. Four and a half barrels of good cider will make one barrel of molasses, costing in ordinary seasons, about $5.50. One who has had considerable experience in manufacturing this article, says: "I make little cider; my apples are worth more to . feed my hogs, than for cider; but I make a practice ol selecting my sweet apples, those that furnish the richest, heaviest liquor, and make a cheese from them, using the ciilcr thus obtained for making apple or quince preserves...

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

How a Coat was Identified. In a justice's court in Boston, a case was recently decided in a novel wny. A coat was in dispute, and the evidence wns direct and positive for both claimants : the parties were Irish, and full of.grit, "ready to spend oil they hud rather than login; up beut. —Tim affair had been carefully examined, and the court was in-^R_^UB.nda.r-yv^-not-knowiTig-«-ho-had-the~bost-I claim on the garment. However, a moment before his Honor" was to sum Up the evidence, Patrick Power, one of the claimants, made the ; following -proposition for settling the affair. Said Patrick : "Timothy Sullivan, now you say that coat belongs to yourself entirely. I say it is my own. Now mind ye, Timothy, that both iv us will take the'eoat an' look it all over, an' the man that finds his name on it shall be the owner." "Done," saiel Timothy. - ' ' "An'yo'Il »t.ick to the bargain,"said Patrick. ( "To be sure," answered Timothy, and "yes," rejoined the council on both sides. "Thin look at...

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

To Make Hens Lay Perpetually. Keep no roosters ; give the hens fresh meat, chopped up like sausage meat, once a dny—a very small portion, say half nn bunco a dny to ' ' each hen in winter, or from the time insects disappear in the full till they appear again in 1 the spring. Never allow any eggs to remain in the nest for, what are called nest eggs. When the joosters do not run with the hens,. ' and no nest eggs arc left in the nest, the hens ' will not cease laying after the production of ' twelve or fifteen eggs, as they always do wlicn ' roosters arc allowed, but continue laying" per- ' petually. If the above plan were generally ' adopted, eggs would bo as plentiful in winter ,as in summer. One reason why hens do not ' lay in winter as freely as in summer is the ' want of animal food, which they get in sum- ' mer in abundance in the form of insects. When ' the ground is covered with snow give them access to lime and pebbles, from which the egg ' shell is formed.. "' - Pumpkin Pi...

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

vslijoice iJoetr-w. s The Old Farmer's Elegy. | BV JOSIAIIT. CUTCjgitS ' On n green gnuj<y knnll, lir fho hanks of the brook. That so Ion? and so (rlteti lias waterfi liis «<>rk, ' The <ild former resti in b^ limir Mid last sleep, I - While the w:iters !V low, lajisin'i lullsiM- keei>. -r-nc~ha!rp!ntnrlred-hi^-hr<t-fnTnnr. hn*< ^reaped—hiirlaBirgnriin X« jnurn sball awake him to labour agaiu. Yon tree that with frajrrance is filling the air, Pn rich with its blossoms, so thrifty nnil fair, Hy hi 1; own hand \va~s planfal j :ind well did he say. It wnuM live when its^lantur had mouldered away. He has {iloujslied his Ia«t furrow, hus reajied hia last grain, No rooj-ii dhall awake him to labour again. There'a.the well that he dug, with its waters so cold, With its wet dripping blickot. so mossy anil old, No more from it^ deptli> l>y tin; patriarch drawn. Kor "the pitcher is brokec." the old ^ man is gone. He has plouf...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854

"RBSIWITS'IBSSMF. Gentlemen of the- Stnr.tt and Home of Representatives v The feist has been (in eventful yrar, mid ,whI be hereafter refci red to as ii ^ marked <epoch in the + fci3tor v of tie wrM " "While we have heeW' bartfrtJiy preserved from rUo calamities o.Lwat;, our (Junirsfic prosperity lifts not Lec'U einirdy utiiferrnpted. 'JIjo .crops, in portions of the £<'uutry, have been neaijy cut <tff. Disease has prevailed •to a greater extent th-m usual, and the sacrifice of iiumaji life, ilirmigh casualties by seaand hind, iswithouta parallel. liutthe pestilence lias t-wept by, and restored sa'lubrityiii.vites tbe absent to "tbeTF homes, «ti«l the rottim of business to its ordinary ~~^ channeJs. If the earth fins rewarded *Ik j^borofber. hus-bandman less bountifully 4han in preceding seasons, it lias left hue with;ibun<tnncje for domestic wants, and a large surpJjUB for exportation. In the '¦{>rescut,-fl)erefrire, asin the past, we find ¦am...

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