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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
treasury system upon commerce and all monetary operations. - The experience of lUe last j ear furnishes additional reasons. I regret M say. of a painful character, for the r^c ra nemlation heretofore made, (o pmvi.Ie for i.a-reasintfthe mihiary force employed in th* territory inhabited by the InrlUns. Tlie s-eCtlers on me frontier have suffered much from the inciirsioni of predatory bands, and large j.arties of emigrants to our Pacific possessions have been m.issaered with impunity- ''' he recurrence ol such scenes can only be prevented by teaching these. wild tribes tiie power- ot, and their responsibility to, the United States ' . From the garrisons of our 'frontier posts, it is only possible to detach troops in small bodies; and though these nave on all ' occasions displayed^ a gallantry and a stern devotion to duty, which on a larger field would have commanded universal' ad;ntration, t | iey have usujily suffered severely in these C0I1flicts . with superior numbers, ami have s...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
<El)c Republican €cimjrilcr. ~ GETTYSBTTRG, " PaT Thursday, December ?, .lS54._-_ President's Mtessage. We anticipate our usual publication tiny, in order to lay the President's Annual Mc&sngo before our readers at the earliest moment. The Message was sent in lo Congress on Monday, and read in both Houses. It is a statesmanlike effort, calm, clear and determined in its tone, and vigorous in its language. The patriotic sentiments of the President will be responded to by every citizen who loves his country and values her republican institutions. We commend it to the careful perusal and consideration of all, confident that it will be found eminently judicious and consistent with the principles of our Government. To show in wnat lignt it is estimated in Washington, we annex a paragraph from X's^ letter to the Baltimore Sun: The President's Message, the more it is analyzed and considered, is producing a must happy effect in both Houses, of Congress. Senators and memb...
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
DERR'S HOTEL, AT PRIVATE SALE. 1>HK suhscriber, wi.sliinjj to remove to the . West, offers at Private Sale, thai truly ' situated in North Market £ireet, Frederick Ciiy,.Md, The improvements consist of a large and substantial Two-Story . J^^a tttzrvH Biousi;, W^uA frontintr on M.irhet Street, rin y-j^BBBf^^ rive ft'et hy thirty-six feet' rfeep ; «itaohed is a brick Hnc.k Building, xifcty feet deep; there are also a Brick Smoke House, Hujj Pen, and other out buildings ; a larjje paved wagon yard and a S' .ahle, capable of Stabling forty horses, with a neverfniling well of excellent water adjacent nnd a pump stock-in the same. The main building was thoroughly-repaired two years ago, the wood work being entifely new; the bar and Kitchen are supplied with Hydrant Water and tlie first floor with Gaa. There are pood, dry and airy cellars, divided into three apartments, under the whole build* inpf. Attnclied to the above property is a large STO11EROOM, fronlinfjon Market Str...
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
ICT'Thc Superioress of the Sisterhood at Emmitsburg has written a letter to a gentleman in Washington in reference to- the escnpe of Miss Bunkley, which is published in the Star of that city. She says: "Miss Bunkley was with us ten months. She came here for the first time about two years ago to make a retreat, and then petitioned to be received, but was advised to wait. A year after, she renewed her petition, was received on trial and has always appeared to be happy. $Vc were greatly surpfised when she was found missing, and much pnined that she should have left as she did. It is well known that we do not desire to keep any one here who has not a desiro to remain; and had Miss B. expressed'such a wish she would have been sent home immediately. We felt uneasy about her, when we heard from the neighbors that such a"por«on was seen on the road about daylight, and fearing something might happen to her, we sent our overseer ID make some inquiries, when we learned that she was in Crea...
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
P?nil ESo;ul i:i<*clion. rpHK Stockholders of :he "(Jettysbura Rail X Road Company," will meet hi tho Courthouse in thf Borough of Gettysburg, on Monday, the Hth (I a if of January , A. D. 1855, at 2 o'clock, P. M., of said day, to choose, by a in;ij<)rity of the votes present, a President and Twelve Directors for the *>nsuintr vnar. JAMES G. REED, Set'u. Dec. II, 18M. te Jurors jfor January Court. Guano Jcrt. Mention—JTohn Burkliolrler. Wlllhm VeatL*, Jacob Groan IlamilWnUan—JaincA II. Marnhitll, Jo«eiih Kittlnger. Ilutle.-—(iwi. ».. Hewitt, Branoid W. Knouw. lt»ruui;li—(Jorge ¥.. liriutcumn. Willinm (Julp. lierwick—lUnifl S. ISaruiU , William ( iitt. Oxford—Kli.i» hlafele. Franklin—Virt.ir K. Mclllieny, Jacob Keckler. Liberty—I,«wi» Wtirtz. Latimorc—Mirhael Shriver. Heading—Janii!. Ucltyii, JohnL. Taughinhaugh. Fre<"!rmi—lto»M WJiito. H:»i»ilt<>n—Daniel EUreli»rt, Samael Miller. (' uniiicrlami—Uasil HeaRV, Oco. Uushinan. Straban—Samuel...
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
iBlie . Jllarkcts. Corrected from the latent Baltimore,York It Hanovor paper; nAVriMOUB—Vbidat List. Flour, per barrel, $8 12 to 8 25 Wheat, per bushel, 1 82 to 2 00 Rye, • " 1 12 to i 23 Corn, " - - 75 to 80 Oats, " 47 to 50 Cloversecd, " 6 25 to 6 50 Timothy, " 3 2f» to 3 50 Whiskey, per gallon, 41 to 44 Beof Cuttle, per hund., 4 50 to 8 25 Hogs, " 5 50 to 5 "5 Hay, per ton, 18 00 to2() 00 Guano, Peruvian, per ton, 50. 00 tofll 00 nAtfOVKl ' l—Tiiimso.nr I.*ST. Flour, per bbl., from stores, $8 75 Do. " - " wagons, 8 00 Wheat, per bushel, 1 70 to 1 8U Rye, " 1 12 Corn, " 75 Oats, " ' 45 Cloversecd, " C 00 Timothy, . " - 3 00 Plaster of Paris, per ton, 7 00 YOJHf— Vmuir La»t. . Flour, per bbl v frpin stores, 89 0D \)o. li from wagons, 8 00. Wheat, per bushel, 1 75 to 1 ' JO Rye, . » • . ; 1 12 Corn, " ' •- 75 Oats, «• 47 Cloversecd, " " 6 00 Timothy. " l 3 50 Plaster of Paris, per ton. 7 00
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
• PUOCIjA ill A TIOIV. WHKRKA.S ih« Hon. Robrrt J. Fibber, President of the several Ooutts of Common Plgas, in'tlie OouittieB composing the 19lb District, arid Justice of the OourtsofOyer and Terminer, and General Jail Delivery, for the trial of all capiul and ' other offenders in the Bikid aistrie«,and Nami;kl R. RyssKi.i, and John M aoinlev,, Esrjs. Judges of the Courts of Common Pleas, and Justices of the Courts of Oyer and Termitier, ami General Jail Dt livery, for the trial ol all capital and other offenders in the Oouiity of Adams—have issued their precept bearing date the 24th day of November.in the yearof our Lour! one thousand tjijrht hundred and fii ' ty-four, and to me directed, lor holding a (Jonrt of Common Pleas, and Genera ) Quar¬ ters .Session? of the Peace, and General Jail Dfilivery, and .Court of Over and Terriiiner, at (iatysburg, <ni.Mjqldayf the \5th day nf Jaify. n'xl—Notice is IIekebv Given to all the JiiHtices of the Peace, the (/orone .r<a...
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
IF YOU WAST A FIRST-RATE CARRIAGE, SS&' OWE US A CiLL^g&i fpiHK nnderstg'fierl'would roost respecifully J. inform their friends and the public generally, that they hnre eatered into partnership fur the purpose ' of pursuing 'he Oarriage-.ijakittg business, in all its various branches, and are located on Washington street, one iot south of Chamberaburg street, Gettysburg, Pa. They have on hand, and will constantly he prepared to put up, fit short notice, Rockaway it Boat-Body Carria¬ ge*, Cliarlotccff, Bupgles, Sijuttrt Carriages, &C. They feel safe in giving the assurance that their work cannot be surpassed by any other establishment: in the place, bavin:; none bat the best wurirnen employed, and using none but the best materials. They invite calls from all who desire to purchase anything in their line—their work and terms cannot but please. , .'. ' -":-' -•- ' Repairing done, cheaply and expeditioiisly. Counixy produce laken in exchange,for work. MICHAKL...
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
Mon Law in Alabama.—In the town of Tuskagce, Alabama, lately, a Col. Benj. W. Walker was sent to jail for icfu.siiig to obey an order of court directing him to pay over 817.000 which he held as trustee of an estate. At the next session of the same court, some of bis friends broke open the jail, and took him out and carried him into court, where he demanded a rc-hearing. The Chancellor refused it, and after several " fights had taken place in court, Walker went back to jail. A few days afterward, Col. Reynolds, commander of a rt-giment, mustered his men, and marched to the jail, accompanied by a canon, and canying banners inscribed "Walker." and "Alabama will protect her citizens." They broke open the jail, took Walker out, find bore him off in triumph on a platform, after be had mide a speech declaring his determination to conform to the will of his friends! A clergyman also made a speech encouraging the riot. Walker was then borne to his own bouse, where a hundred men remained ...
Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
I? Jti/2ift liiv ii/& 9 To Prevent Horse!* froni running at Large. - I)E it ordained by the Town Council of the y Borough of f'Httyjibjjxgi and it is hereby ordained by authority . oftire same, that any person or persons permitingany Horse, Mare, Gelding, CoU, Mule, Jackass, or other ben*t of burden, to rimat large uponany street, alley or public highvray, in Raid Borough, shjtll upon conviction thereof, forfeit and pay for the use of the Borough a sum not less than two dollars, for every 3uc_h_j&ffence ^ besides costs of prosecution. , R. G. HARPER, Surge*. AMest-~R. G. McCreakv, &c'y. Dec. 11,1854. 3t
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
THIRD SAliB OF O3^aa^aaall reArwv.i g«t a IN KVER GREKS CEMETERY. FOR the nccomroodatKin of citizens of tnwa and country, who nra not yet anjolvd, ihere will be;nnot!.pr Public Sale «>f Burial Lots, tin Monday, A'tto-J ear's day, 1835, "hi t o'clock; P. M., on the Uerneiery GVihumIs: Alrendy nearly 200 Lots have b*»en sold. — Soine$3.000 in stock have been 8ubscril»wl. Tlie enterprise is therefore entirely snrcrt»sfi»l. This will be the last sale during the present winiec. D. McOONAUGHV. fWsU. H. J. Stamlk, Sec' y. [Dei: 11.
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
r£7*At a recent election for State Senator in New Orleans, the Whigs and Know Nothings again amalgatcd, And carried their man. The district was Whig. SCT^Gov. Bigler has had another'altack of liver disease, but is recovering. K7*Edgar Conklin, of Port Jervis, " N. Y., after eating a quart of walnuts and partaking frrbly of oysters, recently died suddenly. No wonder. CC/ ""Moiicy matters arc becoming somewhat easier in the cities.
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
ESTRAIS. (lAMR to the farm of lha Hiih^rriripr, ; n J HHinilioMbaii townshi jMlie Usl of October, I V\O . BUl,l,S~oiK»siipprised tob*> (1Iw ,t two years oW, red and while spolted, with-a small bit cut (Tin of the undnr part of the. rifrtit ear--the other supposed to he threR years old, a reddish brindle , Wuh some white " spots, no ear mark. The owmt is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take thein away. Da Ni BL' SN YDKR. ¦l*. ' cti mheF-m-tHS^h—3t :
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
MARRIED. On Tlnirc/liy, tile IlOtlt «itt., t>>-- the ttov. Ja«»H Pwhter, Mr. JOHN IMvXItV KAH IKllto Mi«* DAItBAKA K. IMSii, iHttliuf l.lrili>>o»i>. Ailuius county. On Tue~l,iy, Oct. Ml, \>y Hev. James Pelon, Mr. AJ.EXANUKH M'f LVAIN, formerly nf Ailanw counti-, I'd . to Miin MAItV M. KKUIt. formerly of Cumberland county, l ' a. lloth reiiilo in . "'t-iicc.i cuuiUy, Ohio. DIED. At York, on Monday last, Mr. MARTIN JEIJEttT, ago*l about Oli vi'am.
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
[r.7"The Soldiers of the W'ur of 1812 are getting ready, in various pans of the country, to attend the Convention which is to assemble at Washington, on the 8th of January, the anniversary of the battle of New Orleans. The veterans in the District of Columbia are maktngT5XU*TisivennriTnigeinencrfoT-thei r^reception, aud _ thu meeting promises to be an. interesting
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
Expenditure over income, Sl.7-55,321 Tiiis shows a 'Iiiniuution of deficiency ^oaipared \i\i\x Lst your of iJ,6i,1o6. tn7"Confrresa,re-nKsombled on Monday last, nt;d both Houses having quorums in attendance, they proceeded lo UuftinvHH. Mr. Atchifion lmvinp; rcciigni-d as Speaker of the Senate, Gen. (?ass, the oldest Senator, wat choserf in his siead. Ovn. C . however, not desiring to enminue in tbe rhair, .Mr. Bright,-of Indiana, 'a jvk elected oti Tuesday.. Tbe vacancies in the S>anding Comuiitlces of both Houses were lilled. ¦ . In tho House a motion to instnietjfthe Coramiltec on Ways and Means to bring in a bill reducing the duties on railroad iron was laid on the table—97 to 71. A discussion was had in the House, on a motion of Mr. Sollers, of Md., cnlling upon the President for information . in regard to the reported convention of American ministers at Ostond. The House adjourned without coming to a vote, but it was thought the resolution would be floored al-xl...
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION THE American Artists' Union would respectfully announce lo the citizens of th« United States and the Caiwdas, that for I hepurpose of cultivating a taste for the fine artsthrmigbout the country, and with a view of 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 are exre.usive sale for their Engravings, and thus-YJoT only gi^ ve employmcnf to a large number of artists and others, but inspire among «ur countrymen a taste for works of art, to present to the purchasers of their Engravings, when, 250,00Q of which are sold, 250,000 GIFTS,.OF THE ACTUAL COST OF $150,000 Each purchaser .of a One Dollar Engrawngy therefore, recei'yes not only an . Engraving richly worth the money, but also a ticket wliifib entitles foirr* to one of the Gifts'when they are distributed. For FiTe Dollars a hijrhly finished Engraving, Iwautifully PAINTED in OIL, and FIVE GIFT TICKETS, w...
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
PROCLAMATION Cn tjje (Citijcus nf dprttijshnrg. - Pulvermachcr ' N Ifiydro- Klectric •WAT' OP "if 'fi 'ft "W A fW flv Wi fiLhftto -^zm±M-i> 9 /CONSTRUCTED to be worn next to tho V^ 8kin, producing a constant current uninterrupted ELECTRO MAGNKTISM—HfTeCtin" 1MMED1ATK Rt iLIBP,. FROM ALL A^ CUTE PAINS, and a . Permanent cure nf Neuralgic Diseases ! . | Pulvennacher's Electric Chains were first used in France, three years since, for tfte «Mire of Jfervous Diseases,and after being .submitted to the most thorough trial, in every hospital In Paris, by the most learned professors in that city, they were recommended to tho Government of France, who granted a patent for the discovery. During the yearn 1851 -2. tliwy were introduced in Germany, Austria, Prussia and England, and one year since, introduced and patented by th« United States Government. Moat JlsttmtHfiini? ( urrs of Rhoutnatismi, ¦ St. Vit»«'n 1)men, Pniiifutaml Swellwl Joints, P;il[>itiitii>nof tho IT...
Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
¦ FOR €/iP1TAI,I$TiS! ; j rj'iHE-Subscriber, being aged and desirous j_ to retire fiom business, offers at Private Sa!e. thn following VALUABLE UEAL ES'I'ATE : IVo. \.~lhnl well known ond_d_esirnhle_ iF'JltMurid MILL PR()1 J EHTF, knoun ut , "CAIIROLISBEIIG MILLS,". Pitiintn part in Liberty township, Adams oniinty, Pfiuisylvania. and purt, in Enmiiulmrg J Uittri^-t, Frederick county, .\Liry l.nul. I miles 1 snnthenKt of Fairfield, and 'i miles west of 1 Eminit3burg. The Farm contains - 700 ICJESS, . f-wHh-tb^rfoftowiTrg4trrprovetrreTits^—A-tromnrm dious and comfortable Jhst^L. iftuiiE Smelling Unttsr, ^fflfe I with Uack-bnildin«s attached, a ^^^w^i^§ I BANK BARN,, 100 feet lonir and . 50 deep, ! with all necessary out buildings. —HjMja-is-ia-Ei-art-; - - . is entirely NEW, finished in IRS-l, nn<l nf»n. perior structure in every respect for a Merchant and Gri-st MilK buinij built of (jood inateriais and on the latest improved plan. It ts driven . b y. Tom ' s Creek, which pa...