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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
Fixed up in the New! Come and See Us! Head all this, and say whether it is not rig ht. NEW STVl.E OK MJS1NESS ON THE CASH PRIN'CIPLK, "QUJCK SALK8 AND SHOKT HlOMTS !" TH K subseriber has just returned from the City with a very large and fine assortment of Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, of every descrip tion and fashion, which he will sell on good terms, for Cash or its equivalent. 1 have ' dohn a heavy Credit, b 11 sines'* for nearly 24 years, and thw consequence has kM*n-CT-4wiv-v—lo«nt-iHi-Hn!t '3 .—I-fusw—interul tt>
Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
ITOTiaH IS hereby given, that the Partnership hereto fore existing between Thomas Warren and George Wakiien, tradin>r under the firm o* T. Warren and Son, is tins day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said firm are requested local) and settle with the subscriber, at the Foundry, or their claims will be left with \V. L. Campbull,-Esq., for collection. April 3, 1851. T.-WAKREN. MOROCCO S.—Those wishing to select Iron) a larirti assortment of Madras and Boot Morocco, Pink iind Lai: Linings ol a superior quality -and at low prices, should call e.irly at the cheap store of FAH N ESTOCKSj
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
Baltimore & Susqnehanna Railroad. CHANGE OF HOURS.—Way Passenger Train leaves Calvert Station at 8.15 a m Arrives at York at 11 am Accommodation Train leaves Calvert Station at 4.25 p m Arrives at York at 7-4'2 p m Express Train leaves Calvert Station at 111 p ji Arrives al York at 12 p si RKTt'UNISG. Way Passenger Traui will leave Harrisburg at 1.45 p m Arrivinc at York at 2.15 p m Express Tramleaves Harrisburg at 8.45 a »i Arriving at York at 9.54 k m A. P. WINCHESTER, Super't. March20. I85i.
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
RSH0TA1 T HAVE REMOVED from 122 West Lom-X baid street to the new and commodious Warehouse. No. HI West Pratt street, near lAzhl. opposite the Mai thy. House, and will continue my GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, for the s-ile of TOBACCO, GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE, of all kinds; and will attend to the execution of orders for.purchasing. -I shall continue ray Guano Agency, having increased facilities for supplying the "best article, as usual, at the government's lowest price-^-the ton of 2240 lbs.—with a moderate charge of commission for purchasing anJ forwarding. - F n,rr-j rei>i.»<^ mgmifantii:rgt<^l>ln»« «lui«g
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
J. LA WHENCE HILL, M.D., HAS Fi's Office onedoorwestof the Lutheran uhuri'li, in Chambersburg street, and opj/o^ue Gr.iiiMiier's store, where those wishing tohaveany R9cntul j^pcu'ittiuil ' p erfuniitid are resjjecil ' wlly invited to call. K E F E RV N OES: , Dr. I). Gilbert, Dr. C. N. Berluchy, Dr. D. Homer, Rov. C. P. Kranth, D.D., Rev. H. L. Banghi ' r, D, D., Rev. Prof. William \I. Reynolds,Rev. Prof. M.Jaeobs, Prof. M.L.Sloaver Gettysburg, April 11, 1853. tf
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
MACKEREL. Codfish. Salmon. Herring, Por!». Hiiiiis and Sides. Shoulders . Lani and CliefSf, constantly on hand and fur snip bv .f. PalllK'P & <"O., Market Slreei IVhnrf, }>IUL.HnELVHIA. October y, 18;'>4. 3tn ~~ SPOUTING! SPOUTING! ~ C^ EOlUJE and Henry Wain pier \vi II make X Hmise Spouting . 1 ml ;>ul up the saint- low. fur cash or country produce. Farmers others wishing their Houses, Barns, &r, spooted, would do well to aive them n r.ill. G. &. H. VVAMPLER. April 18, 1853. |
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
of lilme, a superior article, which I will warrant to be pure.. ¦ i-Jl . : . ,1, have connected, witti^my business, and shall at all times be supplied from the most celebrated manufactories in the Union, a large bnpply of Agricultural Implement*, dfevery description, warranted, to which I ask particularly the attention of Farmers and dealtrs. Trusting, by strict attention to all business confided to my charge, I shall merit the patronage of the public, V " * B. M. RHODES. : iBalu, November 27, 1854.
Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 December 1854
14. IS. ISUEIILRR, JTi L .J. Uialyoii/ X Si A hSi. t'l/ 9 TTT'ILL faithfully and promptly attend to * Y all business entrusted to him. lie sp'.aks the German language. Otlice at the samo pi.ice. in South U.ilUinore street, npar Forney's Dru^ ' Store, and nearly opposite l).inuur& Ziegler's Store. [.March 20.
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854
God and the Infidel Suppose thorp is a person to whom yr have given existence, who depends entire ] upon you for his station, position, pro.spe.ct the mean 's of living 1 , the oir. he breathes, tl .' fw>(l_hc cats, jhc vejy inoscles, sinews, tone npsh that completes his imSyT tlfo Cac«iUfi thai form his mind, tin; sense of honor and jhi honor; right and wrong, pleas ' u ' rb nnd paii who bnen devoted all theso'gifta to your bittei est nhoi most inflexible ' cne ' my-~w r hnin _yo have in spite of himself saved from the inevitt ble 'consequences " awaiting his madness, an reinstated with more glorious prospects tha lie" possessed before, Vif renown nnd . li ' jippinc** Suppose such a person, when you spoke.dis credited y.oiir word, 1 that ho hadiin faith'1 your honor or intentions, and that he was re solved to act as he pleased without consulting your wishes on any subject whatever in ^h remotest degree. Would not such condiic convince you that such a person's ' nnture ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854
TEBMS OF THE COMPILER. $3g~Tke Republican Compiler is published every Monday morning, by II&sbv J. Starle, at 81. 75 per annum if paid in advance—§2,00 per annuinif not paid in'advance. No subscri ption discontinued, unless at the option ol the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. ADtBUTiSBMEvrs inserted at the usual rates. joft Work done, neatly," cheaply, and. with dispatch. ¦ ¦ . BgyOffice on South Baltimore street, directly opposite Wampler's Tinning Establishment: one and a half squares from the Court House. $l)ouc jpoctri). ' . ' • "' . SOUG. BT ELIZABETH ELLET. Come, fill a pledge to sorrow, The song of mirth is o'er. And if thereVsiinshine in our hearts, 'Twill light our theme the more. ' And pledge we dull life's changes, As round the swift hours pass—Too kind were fate, if none but gems Should sparkle in Time's glass.' The dregs tfnd foam together ——Unite to erown"the cup- --And well-we know the weal and wo. That fill life's chalice up ! Life's sickly revell...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854
Specie ix the U. S. Treasury. —The statement of the U- S. Treasurer, published in the Washington Union of Saturday, shows that there is at present in the various depositories, subject to draft, the sum of §20,248,1 HG 40, of which £5,849.^)3 i* at New York : S4,orj.lJ52 at Huston: S4.f>!)7,51.> at St. Loi.is; .*3,2»»2.-Oliii at the New Voik Assay Office : $:UH8.-854 at the Mint in Philadelphia; .?} .GHfi.DSD at the Mint in New Oili-siu*. and smaller amounts at oilier places of dcj>u-,u.
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854
. — ' —AgncttHttre; r ^~~ * The following is communicated to the Compiler by one of,the uiost intelligent and success , ful farmers in the ixmnty—-one who feels an honest pride in his calling, and who acts upon the prinoipto that there is looni for odeaMKinent in Agrioulture, as.in all things else. We hope to hear from him again and ^ ofien, and that others will follow his example. Nothing would give us mo:e roa] pleasure than to bo able to publish, every week, communications from our farmer friends, detailing their expericnoo and observation, asking and answering questions in referenoe to farm operations, etc. We heartily join qur friend in the hope that the. meetlng of tho Agricultural Society , called for the first Saturday in January, will be attended and ac-~ Trv^l y^|jaT^ic1 p^l^1n^^ol1~*h^"fc«;l^oncerned j in the cultivation and improvement of the soil; -) —and, indeed." unless our information be vastly at fault, we' 7 iijay predict that the meeting will be a large one. An ...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854
Acquitted.—Dr. Thompson, who was on trial at Christiansburg, Va., for the murder of Miss Agnes Pharr, has been . acquitted. How the " ju^y rendered such a verdict, we cannot divine. Dr. T. was wealthy. He has renewed his slander suits against several of the most prominent men in that section of the State. —A—New—Candidate. - —The Boston Mail "hangs out its banner".with the name of Edwin Forrest, the actor, as the Native American candidate for the next Presidency. One of the reasons it gives is that he is big enough and strong enough to bear their baunur to the breeze. Bad Business for an Ei-i>er.— On Saturday in the Boston Police Court,-John J. Adams, formerly noted as the -'Mormon Elder," but who has more recently renounced that doctrine and professed to become a convert to the Methodist faith, was fined S3 and costs for being drunk. J^pRobe rt Sohiiyler, the great defhnlter, it is statt'd, has bought a place on the Rhine, where he now resides, and has sent for his famil...