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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

Four Yocng Ladies Seduced!—A young man residing in Westvilie, Conn., who has been employed in the factory of Wales, French, & Co., is reported to have, seduced, under pr.on> ise of marriage, four ypung ladies, two of them residing in Wood bridge, and' two in Seymour. He has decamped, and was followed to Bridgeport, but has eluded the vigilance of the officers, having escaped, as was supposed, to New York. A Costlv Honor.—The Charlotte Whig says that in the late contest in the Richland District, S. C, (in which the city of Columbia is situated,) between Messrs. Preston and Adams, for a sent in the State -Senate, to which the former was elected by something over onehundred votes, Mr?-Preston expended about $40,000, and Mr. Adams about 830,000. Americans at the Table.—Robert Chambers, in bis recent volume on "Things in America," remarks that a person accustomed to visit among the middle class in Great-Britian, is astonished at the profusion at table in all quarters...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

..8Z7"It is said that the scramble of the horde of office-seekers after Judge Pollock is positively disgraceful. So hungry a set were never heard of before. The new Mayor of Bal ti more is also beset at every corner by scores of hungry applicants. Office-hunting was sufficiently, over-done, before, but since the advent of Know Nothingism it is far ahead of anything ever dreamed of—enough to disgust all sensible people. O"The Know Nothings are in a quandary over in Virginia, ' the laws of that commonwealth requiring all elections to be held viva vote. The new order can't vote secretly, and are therefore in despair. The Boot ok the Othhr Leu.—The whig and Fusion papers are circulating the report that Archer is chosen to Congress in the 7th Illinois district by one majority over Allen, present Nebraska Democratic member. This is a mistake. The fact is precisely the reverse. A despatch from Springfield, Nov.28, published in the Chicago limes, says, "the official vote o"f Jasper co...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

^EjCffYSBqBg; PA . M ONDAY MORNING, DEC. 13, ;18S4, ' ; SyvCujA** U- W»iwn. Bsq., *>f the J>ga tion at jLonijon, has placed us under obligations for late Paris papers. We are also ' indebted to Hon. W . M. 9- Koutz. r-for,Congt«ssional favors.,. * ? * 5 i Oc^rspR.—An excerdinjjly pretty story, a whole column of entertaining "odds and ends," , pnd so on, will be found on our first page ; and V&jr turning " in the fourth page, the reader will " Ifinil an article on "barn building," hy Hon. -"1?. Watts--.another prescribing a remedy fbr ~~ chickens that ea filler, eggs—and another shenv-. ing that uiwktd (bod is more profitable in feedjng hogs than cooked. Jtead all, and you 'U bt>, •'if not a better, a wiser intui." t > j I ! ' ' . f£7*G-KorMrLXuMAK " ¦&"OoT-Tiavc disposed of the Harrisbm' B ' Cin'oHlu C'apt. Jaouh&kqurRi of Butler county. We are right glad of thu, ^he^8ptairrhas;bad a long experience as ~ editor, and is as tru...

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

IIosESDALE, Pa., Tuesday, Dec. 5, '54 A Judge against the Know-Nothings—Wagnt Guunty '(Pa.) Quarter Session*—I) ee. Term. ; At the present terra of our Court, " his Honor; James M. Porter, President Judge, offer recapitulating the provisions of the Constitution of the United States , and of this State, in regard to the rights of conscience, and other civil rights of the citizen, whether native or naturalized, proceeded in " an able and lucid manner, to strongly charge the Grand Jury j against all combinations of persons banded lo-i gether by vows, oaths, or other obligations, { for the purpose—whether accomplished or not-<-^ j of depriving any citizen, native or naturalized; -j of any right or rightb, given and secured to him by the Constitution and laws of Pennsylvania, or of the United States. His Honor told the Grand Jury, in strong and decided language, that if they, or any one j of them, knew of any such combination, or if j complaint should be legally made to th...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

s-Tite Effects of OnLOKOF.onM.—The case of Dr. Beale is eliciting many interesting facts in relation to the singular efFeets-of chloroform. The Syracuse Chronicle, referring to the trial of Buale, says: Besides the case in proof before the court, ¦\ye have heard of a similar case in this city, in which the la<ly was under impressions similar to those of Miss Mudge, during an operation, but which were known to be erroneous, as the room was full of people. A writer in the Newark Advertiser mentions a patient suffering under "delirium tremens," with a great nervous excitement, but with a clear mind, and adds: I poured a teaspoonful of chloroform upon a white cambric handkerchief, and for about three minutes applied it to his mouth and nose. Insensibility was the immediate consequence, but aftqr the lapse of five minutes he.recovered, and declared himselfc<\raplelely exhausted from a chase of a half-.mile that ht supposed I had given him: I could not convince him thatj...

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

OCT'The Boston Telegraph, a • whig paper, which gave encouragement to the Know-Nothings at the last election, now discovers the evil that must necessarily spring from their further continuance, and opposes them without stfnt. The poisoned chalice has been returned to their own lips, and they find its bitter ingredients bot1i ~ nauseating ~ and destructive. The Teh' graph now. says :— "The only chance forany permanency of power, is to make nominations for office respectable in themselves, arid satisfactory to the great body of; the public-. If the Know-Nothing organization is to turn out like so many oilier political organizations, a mere combination of selfish and hungry schemers, to climb upon each other's shoulders to official heights,^ which by their unassisted individual powers, they would never have cg&cjied, its members will.find,"we apprehend, as many farmers and housekeepers do this season—their apples rotten before they are ripe." ,

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

How a Nbw Yoke. Defaulter Squares Up. —The New York Evening Post narrates a singular circumstance. A cashier of a bank, not a hundred miles from Wall street, found his funds $200,000 short,.at a time when his accounts were about to be examined. He consulted anattovney friend, who discovered that he had no property available to convert to cash to cover-the deficit, and advised him to take $200,000 more, then, when the discovery took place, he would have something to negotiate with with the directors, and induce them to retrain from a puhlic expose. The cashier took the advice—and the money. The discovery occurred; he compromised with them for S100.000, and neither the stockholders or the public knew anything of the matter. Resigning his situation, he lived, respected by all, on his fortune, ihe other $300,000, and died during the current vear.

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

State Finances.—The fiscal year of the Commonwealth ended on the 30th ult., and by the politeness of the State Treasurer, Josk 'ph Baily, Esq.. we are put in possession of the receipts and expenditures of the treasury for the year. We are glad to find that the exhibit is altogether satisfactory, and that it shows the treasury not only in a healthful condition, but the Commonwealth rich in resources. We find on examing his account that the resources of the treasury during the year are $6,706,944, leaving an available balance on hand on the 30th, of $1,240,928, against $724, 417, at the close of the fiscal year 1853. being an increase of §516,511. This-speaks well for Democratic management.

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

"Americans Must Bule America;' This is the captivating yet specious motto inscribed upon the banner of the new prescriptive party which glories in the cocnotmn of "Know-Nothings, in order to swell its ranks from the ignorant and unsuspecting m the community. Now, at the first glance, this looks very iairood patriotic . : but did it never strike any one that behind this rallying cry of the new organization wss concealed the most aristocratic principle ever promulgated in this free land—that within the petals of this fair rose lurked and rankled the deadliest poison ? Be it rem embered thatl v the whole meaning of the-motto—"American^ must rule America," upon whicMUfk new party is founded, is the exclusion wPSopted citizens from office—nothing more. The opinion entertained by these patriotic gentlemen then is, that those vhp fill the various offices in this republic are the rulers and not the servants or agents of the people ; that the office-holders are our maulers and their ...

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

DIED. On Tuesday last, Mr. SAMCEL WITHEROW, (Ploogh maker) of thin borough, aged about "O^years. Onthe9th inst., v«ry suddenly, Ool. GEORGE ICKES . ol Al)bott-Hti)wn, ai;cd about 65 vears. On Thursday week, Mr. WILLIAM WALKER, of Mountjoy tovnisutpjjta the Tlstye.ir of l»is a%e. .On WeandHny week, in Mouutjoy township, A>^ STtyXRU. iijse'l 80 ye;ir»5 inontU " 3 »nd.l4.)lay».. ,„ Suddenly, on the 3d last.; at Letvisburg, Virginia, Mrs LIZ/IE K., wife of Bev, Win. Harden, of the'Baltimori Annual Conference, and daughter of. the Rev. Henry Slicor, .aged 21 years and 8 months. On the autu ult., in Adams connty, LEANNA, infuu daughter of Samuel Brown, aged 5 uonthsand Qdnys. Oommunioatkd. On the 4fh inst., at Martinsburg , Vn., JOHN J. W., sor of Alfred'and Mary AnaM. Milter, (formerly of this pLace,] aged 2 years and 'in days. The victory now is obtained; lie is gone his dear Savior to see ; His wishes he fully has Rained, He is now where he longed to be. Then let us forbear to...

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

DERR'S HOTEL, AT PRIVATE SALE. / fpHE subscriber, wishing to remove to t|ie X Went, offers nt Private Sale, that truly situated in North Market Street, Frederick City, Md. , The improvements consist q( a -S» ^^mLv large and substantial Two-Slory ; , ^^ URUK HOVSti, jSf^ fronting on Martet Street, nfiy- ^mB|9^ five fret by thirty-six feet drep; atiached i«a brick Back Building, sixty feet deep; there are also a Brick Smoke . House,,Hog Pen, end other out buildings; a large, payed wagon yard and a S;ab!e, capable of Stabling forty horses, with a neverfailing well of excellent water adjacent and a pump stock in the same. The main-building was thoroughly *epair<*d two years ago, the wood work being entirely new; the bar and kitchen are •applied wiih Hydrant Water and lite first floor with Gas. There are good, dry and airy cellars, divided into three apartments, under die whole building. Attached to the above property is a large and commodious : ' STOREROOM, fronting on Mark...

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

BZ7*CHRis«iAs re coxnra,..that good. old jollv time, when everyone's heart in supposed to expaait.iritti kinilynynipatoytp all mankind, and to one's special friend* in parttealar. Everybody likes to receive presents at thai kindly se.tsob from his frienJn, Mid in return h<» expects to tn&ke «ome. Now KkilbuKcrts knows that, «n4 in order that there may Wno excuse for those unwilling to invest, and no disappointment to those who are anxinaxAQ-do so, and no obstacle in tho way of tho*e not overburdened with, "this worWBgooda," he has provided! hfmsetf with asetect, beautiful and OBRiP assortment ofbooks and fancy articles. Thug, h» has variety for those who oro hard to ple 'sap-—he cwi supply the genarouR, and almost give away to th« poor. Just call in and examine hit stock, anil under the expanding influence of the season, thebeauty and taste of his goods, and their axtuuishiag cheapness, he in sure to sell. HoLUKvur's burrXKNT.—A Miraenloun Cureof Ulcerous Sores.—Aug...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

VALUABLE STORE SMD AXD FARM, AL PUBLIC SJLE. THE undersigned intending^to-remove to the City of Baltimore, will offer at Public Sale, on Tuesday, the 2d of January next, A Very Eligible Store Stand, together with 45 ACRES OF LAND",'situated in Mountjoy township, Adams county, about one mile from the Turnpike road leading from Gettysburg to Liltlestown, 5 mil^s fro m the former and about the same distance from the latter place; the road from Emrnitsburg to Hancver passing the Store, and o.nly 9 miles from the. terminus of the Hanover B. R. Road. The t iwo t -. me improvements are a siory - -* WEATHSRBOAfiDED HOUSE fpf WARE HOUSE, BARN & STa-&!!&!;> BL K, a good well of water near the door, and a fine stream of water running through the tract. In the last 5 years, 1200 bushels of Lime have been put on the land, and is moreover well set with clover. There sre on said tract about 7 Acres of good Meadow and 8 Acres of excellent Timber land. The underpin...

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

Administrator '* Notice. JA COB SMYKRS'S KSTATB.—Letters of administration on the estate of Jacob Sinyers, late of Huntington townsliip, ,Adiiins county, deceased, having , been granted to (he undersigned, renidinir in the same township, he hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and those having claims a<jainut,the same to present them properly authenticated (or settlement. WM. B. SMYERS, Jdm\. November 13, 1854. Ct Collectors, Take Notice. THE Collectors of Taxes of the different townships of Adams county, are herehy notified that they will be required to settle their duplicates on or before Friday, the 29tft day »f December next, on which day thflCommi8sioner8 will meet at their office to give the necessary exonerations. JOHN MICKI.BY.Jr., JA-AHSS J. WILLS, GEORGE MYKItS, Cumin itsiuners. Attest—J. Ai'ohinbaugh, Clerk. November 27, 1854. tf Notice to Trespassers. THJS is to notify all persons from trespassing on our premi...

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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

PUBLIC SALE ON Saturday, the 30lh of December imtani, at 1 o'clock, P. M.t the undersigned, Executors of the estate of Hbnhv Bowkrs, late of Mountjoy township, Adnma county. Pa., deceased, will sell nt Public Sale, by virtue of an ord^r of ' the Orphan's Court of Adams county, on the premises, * , of said deceased, situate in the township afore* shuT, adjoining hinds of John Biidy, Melchor Wolf, John Bender, and otharfl, containing NINETYtEIGHT,ACRES, mprn or Irss.— _ The improvements area two-story m ^mt| * * 'OS Otvelling:, ^ b mi JUm Wlt *' a ** tone KUchen attached, a M^SgSBaS Log Barn, and nil necessary outbuildings. There is a welt ofwniorneur the door, and an ORCHARD of choice fruit, ol all kinds, on the premises. There is a fair ptoponidn of Meadow and Timherland, JSjayAttoiidance will, be given and terms made known on day of s«le by J. H. BOWRRS, JIOSJlAH BOWK»S, Dec. 4, 1854, - Executors*

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Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

THIRD SALE OF IN KWAl CJRKE1V CEnCTEHY. FOIt the aocommodation of citizens of town and country, who ar« not yi»t supplied, there will tie another Public Sale of Burial Lots, an Monday, New-Year'/ day, 1855, at I o'clock, P. M., on the (Jetnutory Grounds. Already nearly 200 Lois have baen sold.— Smne$3,000 in stock have been subBcribed.— Tho enteqirise is therefore entirely successfuL This will be the last sale during the present winter. D. McOONAUGHY, PresU. H. J. Stahlb, See'y. [Dec 11. Hail Bond Election. r*pUK Stockholders of »he "GeUysliurK Rail JL fioad Oompany," will meet at tlin Conrtliouse in the Borough of Gettysburg, on Monday, the SM day 'if January, A. D. 1855, at 2 o'clock, P. M., of snid day, to ohoone, by a riliijority of lh« votes present, a President and Twelve Directors for the ensuing year. JAMES G. 11 BED, Sec'y. Dec. 11, 1854. te

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Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

TAVUItft sMCBOVSi;. IN THE MATTER of the intended application of Johk A._ Dick9, for License to keep a public house in Hampton, R^Hdin^ townnhip, Adams county—it being an old stand. The subscribers, citiifna ofthe township of Reading, in the county of Adams, recommend the above priiuoner, and certify: that the inn or tavern above mentioned is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers or 1 traveUers r and-that-the petitioner-above-named is of good repute. for honesty and ten-perance, and is well provided with house-room and conveniences for the lodging- and accomnaodation of strangers and traveller!*. John Miller, Andrew Brnugh, Jr., Sarri«iel J. D'pardorff, D. M. C White, Jacob Smith, Michael Hanes, Henry _Alhert, John Baker, Cornelius -Smith, JJenjamin ' Chronister, Jacob Miller, Jonis Ohronister, Gibson Myers-Deceiubur 4, 1854. 3l

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Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

ESTiiAYS. CAME to the farm of the Bnbscrfhi«r, in : Hamillonhan township, the I ist of October, TWO BULLS—onestipposed tobnabmit two yexrs old, red and white spotted, with a siiihII bit cut out of the under pnrt of tlm t\f>hf ear—the other *iippo»«d to be ih ' rpe years old, h reddish brindle, with some white ' spots, no ear mark. The owner is reqnestpd to coiiio, forward, prove property, pay charges, and tako theiriaway. DANIKL SNYDfiR... December 11, 1854. 3t - J.O. of It. iff. YOU will meet every Friday evening, at 6£ o'clock, in «he Wigwam, (McConaughy's Hall.) Punctual attendance is requested. AUG. SOHWAR'KZ.CofR. . fi^°" Pe rsons wishing toconnect themselves with this Tribe, will please'apply to any of the members. Gettyaburg, Nov. 13, 1854. 6m

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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

1PBB8 Wj&T«-TSI8 WAT. • NEW ESTABLISHMENT. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. rriHE undersigned takes pleasure in infolrii. " J. ing the citizens of Gettysburg and rho ^ public generally, lhat he is prepared to furnish G/fRMBNTS nl all kinds, for GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, at the shortest notice,.and in the latest possible style. Having opened a Merchant Tailoring establishment, mOhainber 'gi'urg street, opposite the Lutheran church, and spcurpd the yrvjcettfof experienced workmpn, he feels confident of pleasing all who may fnvor him with their palrunagp. Country prodftce taken in exchange for work, J. S. CRAMMER. December 4,1854.

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 December 1854

To Prevent Horses from ruunlng ait L.arge. BE it ordained by the Town Council of the Borough of Gettysburg, and it is hereby ordained by authority of the snuie, that any person or persons permttlngany Horse, Mare, Gelding. Coll, Mule, Jackass, or other beast of burden, to run at larjjo upon any street, alley or public highway, ir. said Borough, slmll upon conviciion thereof, forfuit and pay foi the use of the Borough a sum not less than two dol-Ihts, for every such offence, besides coPta of prosecution. R. G. HARPER, Durgeu. Atlest—R. G. McCkkaiiv, See'y. Dec. 11, 1854. 3i

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