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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

TEEMS OF THE COMPHEK. HSrTks Republican. Compiler is published every Monday morning, by Hexsy J. Staiile, at "$U5 per annum if paid in advance—82.00 per annum if not paid in advance. No subscription discontinued, unless at the option of the publisher, until all arrearages arc paid. AdveutiseMexts inserted at the usual rates. Job Work donenjeatlyr cheaply, and with dispatch. » 8®*Offiee on South Baltimore street, direct-*.' ly opposite TVainpler's Tinning Establishment one and a half squares frorn^the Court House. €l)ouc JJoctrij. PALESTINE. • " BT J. O. WUITT1EB. Blest land of Ju dea! thrice hallowed of song, Where the hoIfostofmemorieRpilfrrim-likp throng; •In t^e shade of tinr, pal ms, by the shores of thy sea, On the hills of th/beautymy heart iswitlithee : , With tho eye of a spirit, I look on that-sliore, ¦Wberepil grim and prophet hare lingered before; With the glide of a spirit. I traverse the sod - Made bright by the steps of the angela of God. " Blue »ea of the hills ! in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

Select JHiscellmii). 51 JUST CHAEGE IT. A SKETCH FOR NEW BKGINNBUS IX LIFE. "Charles, what did this peach preserve cost?" "Tin sure I don't, know, Hannah." flkk • "But you bought it this-morning, didn't ¦P you?" . v y "I know I did, but I didn't ask the price of it." "Did you not pay for it ?" • ,.No# 1. - - "Why not?" vO, because I don't stop to make change. I have opened an account with Mr. Waldron. and shall hereafter settle once in three months." This conversation was going on at the tea table, between Charles Ma thews and his wife. Mathews was a young mechanic, who had just commenced house-keeping, and as he was making excellent wage?, he could afford to live pretty well. After he had made known his detcrmination to his wife, she remained some time in silent thought. " Charles," at length she said, in a very.mild, persuasive tone, ' V I think it would be better to pay for things as you take them. You kuow you receive your pay every Saturday night, and you could pay as y...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

simple--black-cord which he had worn before. At length the"end of thequarter came around. The first bill paid was the rent, which amounted to thirty-one dollars. The next was the butcher's bill, which came to thirty-six dollars. Charles was astonished to see now " the ' meat bill'"footed up. Bat when he saw how many steaks he had, nt seventeen cents per pound, the-pause ef wonder was at an end. Next he paid the hakeris bill, which was thirteen dol-

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

. ; _ GiTTYsf^^l £ "j RE^^ ~M9&frP §ft thsc.^% ssstj '' IC^fft. ^- ** Rcsskll and Hon. Wm. ' H. KcKn^SSPp lease accept our thanks for valuaSle^fi^p fessionaf docnmi'nts. - " -"" ¦ " RsauEstath.—Mr..Lamrknck Dictz offers for salFWs valuable S: ore Stand arid Farm, in 5I<JontJoy-t°** nfci ' li P- See advertisement. " tt^An Exhibition by Mr. Austin's School, to^|f.-pla5(?,at^Ici.\njaughy.VlIuU, on Tuesday evening last. The attendance of ladies and g^lenTieirTrm-very^argcr-and-the'txhiWiion highly creditable to bot h Teacher nnd S jhbfnrs. The "Philharmonic Band "fu rriisheil the music ' 0 and thereby greatly contributed to the iuiercs -ofjthe^>eeasion.. „ — The "Singing Birds," under the Tutorship of Prof. A-J. PottehfiKld; will appear in a Floral Festival, &c, at the Court-house, on Nevr-Tcar's tight.- A" rare treat may be expected, andTve advise "all to go. tt_7""Putnamla Monthly" ranks nuiong the Tery best-literary. periodicals in the country. This ...

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

_. TIIE GREEK SLAVE, Bacchantc,Ycnns,Flora,Hebe, & the Dancing Girl! rTTHE above celebrated Statues, together I wilh Fifteen: Statuettes in Bronze, and several hundred Magnificent Oil Paintings, form the collection of prizes to be distributed among the tnembets of the Cosmopolitan Art Association at the fiist annual distribution, in January-next. THE COSMOPOLITAN ART AND LITERARY AS¬ SOCIATION, Organized for the Encouragement and General Diffusion of Literature and the Fine Jtrts, on a 'new and original plan. Tbis popular Art Association is designed to encourage and popularize the Fine Arts, and (lisaHuiinale wholesome Literature through' out the country. A Gallery of Art is permanently founded, aud.will coniain ~ a valuable collection of Paintings and Statuiiry, for the annual distribution of each year. The best Literature of the day, will be issufd to ihe subscribers,consisting <it the popular Monthly Magazines, Reviews, &c. The com millet) of inauaget...

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

DBEADKUL ACClDKNr OK TUB READING RAILBOAD.—On Fvklay afternoon week, the locomotive Wisconsin left Richmond for Pottsville, with a train of empty coal cars. When the train was approaching the Manayunk tunnel the boiler of the locomotive exploded, blowing out the end over the firebox, and rendering the engine a complete wreck. George Long, formerly an engineer on the rond, but recently living in Baltimore, where he leaves a family, was on the engine at the time of the explosion. lie sprang to the, ground, but was so badly scalded that he died in a short time. John Lynch, the fireman,.was much mangled, and so severely scalded that he survived but a few minutest Lyuch lived in Dauphin county, where he leaves a family. Charles Miller, the front brakeman of the train, had the top of his head carried away, and was badly scalded. He died instantly. A lad residing in Reading who was on the train at the time, was badly scalded, and had a leg broken. He was sent to Phil'a. on the passenge...

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

PUTNAM'S MONTHLY. A New Volume. ^ New YortK, December 1, lt>54. W ITH the present Number, ends * the Fourth Volume, and the second year of Putnam's Monthly. In commencing the undertaking, the bji | }ier3.were fully aware that in a time tional c< M )Vr 'g ' lt fi|ji| B|^flHP* works of the best i" reigUjr aj£^H^^&> be had for ihe taking, ^M^^^HI^V , bf founding and su*tln|||«B|^Hw gazine, at once universal in its sympathies, and nation a in its lone. j& ***" The continued and increasing favor with which the Monthly has been receiv-l ed, is the best possible proof that the task has been in some degree fulfilled. The Nrw Volume of the Magazine commences under the best potsible auspices. Its position is now assured. Two, years have demonstrated the extent ol its circle of friends, and that circle is constantly widening. The Magazine has not only the sympathy, but the actual literary support of the most eminent authors in the country. The greates...

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

THIRD SALE OF i.\ tv£:tt c;ki;i:iv cemctcry. 17 .QS- the ncrommoiliuinn of citizens of town md country, who are not yel supplied, there wil! he iinot!ie.r Public S.iIh <>( Uurial L»t«, on Mntutaif, Neu)~Ycar * * dny, 1855, at 1 o'clock, P. M., on the CemniHry Grounds. Alrendy nearly -00 Lots haveimeu sold.— SoniofjiS.OOO in stork have been subscribed.— 'I'h<5 f-nierprixt; is therefore entirely succtsssftil. This will be ihe last b.iIo during the present winter. D. McCONAUGHY, fm't H. J. Stahi.k, Sec'y. [Dec 11. READY-MADE CLOTHIKG. George Arnold HAS now entered in the ClothingbusineBB extensively, and has EXPERIENCED WORKMEN I in his employment, constantly cutting out and making up, out of his own cloths, Ovr-r Coals, Dn'Ks Coats, Pantaloons, Vest», Monkey Jackets, &.<•. &c. All kindrt of Clothing made to order, on Bhort notice. ConHt^ntly on hand and for sale a gre;ii variety of Clothing, of his own manuficttiring, us cliea/j as I...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

An Exciting aad yainfo^Scene ^ Spwikingof the recent loss of the Schooner R. li. Johusoa, theCfcwIand Phindealer says: At Chicago, whence the jU-fated vessel last sailed, €apt Snellher owner and commander tiut her in chaise of tlw mate. \y ho was with tiirt brotherand left her to make her way down the lakes, while he took the railroad for the purpose of getting a special insurance upon her in Buffalo. She weathered tho stortn, passed over the flats and beat her way down to this lake, when the big North-wester of Snnday caught her this ride of the islands. The next seen of her was at daylight, Monday morning, about two miles*west of Fairport and twenty benchedand the rods from stew, , men hanging in her rigg ing, ffie lay broad side to, and every s»*oweeneeFher over so as to bring her masts ioMjfe^iter, and of course immerse the poor fellows clinging there for life. She was tifsrdiscovered4>y-*-family-of-farmers-living opposite on the bluff which overlooked the wreck. They...

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

8g@ > *7A<ae Maltha ore WJJUHJINTED to be superior tit anyt/tine heretofore offered to the Public. . JOHN DONNELLY, 106 North Fmitth St., Phiiatfa. December 18,.1854. $8. . Kail Bond Election. rpHK Stockholders of'.be "Getlysburji Rail X Road Company," will meet at the Court* house in the Borough pf Gettysburg on Monday; the Bth day if January, A. D. 1855, at 9 o'clock, P. M., ol said day, to choose, by a majority of the votes present, a President and Twelve Directors for «he ensuing year. JAMES O. REED, &c'y. Dec. 11, 1854. te - , , Administrator 9 * IVotlce* JACOB SMYERS'S ESTATE—Letters of administration on theesinte of Jacob Smyers, late of Huntington township, Adams county, deceased, having tienn granted to the undersigned, residing in the same township, he hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and those hairing claim* against the same to present them properly authenticated for settlement. WM. B. SMYERS...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

YiUilLlBU STORE STW1I Wll FlIHI, J1L PUBLIC SALE. THE undersigned intending to remove to ihe City of Baltimore, will offer afPublic Saje, on Tuesday, the 2d of January next, A Very Eligible Stoie Stand, together with 45 ACRES OF LAND,situated in Moiintjoy township, Adams county, abuut one mile from the Turnpike: road leading from Gettysburg to Liltlestovvn, 5 miles from the former ajid about the same distance from the latter'place ; the road'from Emmitsburg !o Hanover passing the Store, and only 9 miles from the terminus of tho Hanover B. R. Road. The improvements are a two story £—^ nritiTiDnii! iw nrr»n«-'DT»'pr» nnrrav H:~ WEATHERBOARDED HOUSE £| ;| H «I WARE HOUSE, BARN & STA-liLI-H BLE, a good well of water near the door, and a fine stream of water running through the tract. In the last 5 years, 1:200 bushels of Lime have been put on the land, and is moreover well set wilh " clover. There are on said tracl about 7 Acres of good Meadow and 8 Acres of excellent Timber...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

m-r i^r/^.-..- .^, « ,T_,W ^™ . ~ ~ by J. L. Scliick's Store, with a well of water CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR. ' 1 "" 1 olhe« improvements upon the premises. Choice {and Valuable nooks IJ^ Gh.bert s pared no expense in fitting up I xmaxtu- • j r i»i 1 iii- , I tiie House, nnd enclosing and improving tho H AVhjust received from Philadelpliiaand grounds wilh cnoice Wee » vj JStc > TUere New Yoik, the beat bnglish and Amen- £. a per|>6tuai insurance in the Franklin Pire can editions of tlie beat Authors iB-every de- j in8urance Oompany of Philadelphia, on this partrn.ent of Literature, known as standard | properly. T)lis preseill8 a nire ^nanre ,0 9e ^nt'o.AD 1 ";;?!??^- 0 h u A ? ° . Cliren residence perhaps the moat desirable in SUPERIOR MANNER, in the choicest! lhe Oorou^h. ' library styles of calf extra, half calf gill and antique, Turkey Morocco, &c. &c, forming'' altogether the most superb collection of Books which I have ever had the pleasure ...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

DERR'S HOTEL, AT PRIVATE SALE. THE subscriber, wishing to remove to tbe .West, offers at Private Sale, that truly B 1 ^& XX? A JOf $£ JGf A^®^' 8 ? j&tataJfitjcJiyJiS SuiM-j ¦ eitnaterr- in N.ortli Morkpt Street, Frederick City, Mil. The improvements consist of a Two-Story 1 i»d|l large anil subslantral 1 wo->tory .JptfL a kick nvust ';, 4§K7jt f froniinur wi Market Street, fifty- RgiMHl» five leel hy'ihirty-six " feel deep ; attached is a hrick Back Building, sixty feel deep; there are also a Brick Smoke-House, Hn<i Pen, and other out buildings '; a Inrge paved wagon yard and a S:;»ble, capable of Stabling forty horaes, wilh a neverlailing well of excellent water adj icent and a pump stock in the same. The main building was thoroughly repaired two years ago, ihe wood work beitijj entirely new; ihe bar and kitchen are"8»pj>lie-d with Hydrant Water and the first floor with Gns. There uro good, dry and airy cellars, divided into three u|KUUuett...

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

MATCHES! MATCHES JOHN D0NHELLY, MANUFACTURKB AND^INVBNTOR Op " Safety Patent Square Upright Wood Box Matches, ~~ i\V>. 106 North Fourth St. tabove Jtace,) Phila. MATC HES having become an indlspentabin article in housekeeping, tbe sub< scriberafteragrvataffcrj/fce of lime and meney, io eniibled to offer to the Public an article «t once combining Utility and Cheapness. The inventor knowing (he danger apprehended on account of the flimsy manner in which Mutches are generally packed in paper, l.asby the aid of New Steam Machioery of his twn invention, succeeded in gelling up a SAFETY PATENT SSQUARK UPRIGHT WOOD BOX; this box is far preferable, in as much that it. occupies no more room than the old round wood box, and contains ot least Two Hundred per Cent, more Mulches, which to Shippers is considerable advantage; it is entirely new, nnd secure against moisture and spontaneous combustion, nnd dispels all dan* g«r on transportation by, means of Railroad, Steamboat or...

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

PKOCLAllllTtOif AS J ^XT" ERE Hon. R urkrt Fibhke, i T President of the several t ouits oJ Common Pleas,, , in the Couiilies composing the lUih District, and Jnsiie«of the Courts of Oycr and Tenninur, and Geneial Jail Delivery, for the trial of all capital and other offenders in the sairf district,and Samuel R. Russki.l and John Maoimey, Esqs. Judges of the Courts of Cominon l'le»s, and Justices of live Courts of Oyer and 'f'erminer, ana General Jail Delivery* lor the trial ol all capful and other offender* in the County of Adams—have issued thei? precept bearing date the 24 th day of November,!n life yearof our Loko one ltiousaiid«tghtliundred and firiy-four, and to roe directed, for holding a Court of Cominon Pleas, and General Quar¬ ters Session? of the Peace," and General Jail Delivery, and Court of Over nnd Terminer, at Gettysburg, on Monday, ' ike XtithdayofJany. «ex<—NoTicE is HutEBY Givkn to all the Justices of the Peace, the Coroner and Constables within the ...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

£L'&J?tI (y U in J, U aft. Is i) 0 to ' l&i & I o Special meeting. A T the last meeting of'the Adams County jCjL. Agricultural Society, it was resolved that suijjrctsconnected with Agriculture be discussed at the meetings of ihe Society, and that the first topic for inqiijjyy be,-"The application of Lime to land." A speca! meeting was also ordered, to take place at the CourJ-hoiise, in Gettysburg, on Ike fi'sl Saturday in Januaru next, (being the tith of ihe month,) at 10 o'clock, A. M., at which time the above subject will be taken up; and it is expected that there will be a general participation, particularly by those who huve used lime, in agricultural processes, and whose observation and experience have furnished ihemjyilli facts of a chnracler more or less valuable. The meeting will doubtless bo an jntpp*8iincj and instructive one, and all are invited to it. By order, JNO. McGlNLEY, Prcs'l. H. J. Stahle, Stc'y. * „ December 4, 1H5J. td ______; HPICKING...

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

PROTECTION AGAIXST LOSS BY FIRE. THE undersigned informs property-holders that he has been duly appointed A"ent of the PERRY COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, and that he is ihe only Agent in Adams county for the same. He will take original and renew old Insurances for said Company, which, since its Incorporation, in 1843, has secured the perfect confidence of jfce people of Adams and the adjoining cotflps, (it being authorized to effect Insurances in any part of theJStaie.) Its integrity and ability have b«en fuily 'and satisfactorily demonstrated. The gradation of rates of Insurance is adapted to the.mutual interests of the whole' Company and ihe class of the insured property. Every person insuring becomes a member of- the Company, and may act in the selection of officers and in the direction of its operations. 0^7-Hon. Moses McClean represents the members in this county in the Board of Managers. C. Roth, Jr., is President, and John Campbrll Secretary. Office in Bloomlie...

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Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

tax: appeals. rruiE COMMISSIONERS of Adams mun-X ty hereby give notiuti that they huve fixed upon ihe f»ll.>\viri<r limes Tot the holding of appeals fir the several Boroughs and Townships of Adams county, at tlie office of the County Commissioners at dettysburg, when and where they \v Jl attend to near appeals, between the hours of 9 o'clock, A. M., and 3 o'clock. P. M, For the lownxhtpA ol Mountjoy, Germany, Union, Conowago, Mountpleasant, Berwick, Oxford, Stnb.in, Hamilton, Reading, and Tyrone, on Thursday, the 25th if January next. For the townships of Huntington, Laiimore, Menallen, Butler, Franklin, Hainiltonban. Liberty, Freedom, Cumberland, arid ihe Borough of Gettysburg, on Friday, the 26/A of January next. JOHN MICKLEY,jr., > 7 JAMES J. WILLS, \ 1 GEORGE MYERS, > f Attest—J. ' Aurhinbavgh, Clerk. Dec. 18, 1851. id

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Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

l.O. ofR. ML YOU will me6t every Friday evening, at 6i o'clock, in the Wigwam, (McConaughy's Hall.) Punctual attendance is requested. AUG. SCHWARTZ.C.ofR. ©S"Persons wishing toconnect themselves with this Tribe, will please apply to any of the members. Gettysburg, Nov. 13, 1854. 6m MARION U4HTGERS. YOU will meet for parade at the publio house of Moses Raffensperger, in Mummasburg, on Monday, the 1st of January next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., with arms and accoutrements in complete order. A full attendance is requested. J. P. BAILEY, Captain. C. DAUGHERTY.O.S. Second-hand Carriages. A FEW cood Rpcond-hand CARRIAGES and BUGGIES to be had for CH»h or Country Produce, ul C. W. HOFFMAN'S Coach Factory. August 14.

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 December 1854

GRAND FLORAL CONCERT. ONE NIGHT ONLY! THK "Sintiinsr Birds, " assisted by tho .4 'Ph<io-llitriiinnic3, M -will givt* « Concert d( Vncal and Ins'ninieiiU)! Music, on Ntw-Year's night, (January 1st, 1855.) at t!i« Courts House, oil wliicli oce;ision-will be presented a MUSICAL FESTIVAL, in t!m-« acts, entitled, "Flora's Feast of Flowers, or Ike Crowning of the Queen vf the Fairies." Representations of the, Fniry Lund, with Forrester*, Nyriads, Fairies, Z«|iliyrs, &c, jiarticipated in hy upwards of 60 children. After the Festival, a pleasing variety of Song*,. Glees, Chorusses, Cali-hes, ' &c. -fl@*Particulars in sm;ill bills. ' . , JBgjf-Admission 25 cts.—Cliildren bnlf prSop. 8@*The "Singinjj Birds' " last appearance forat least one year. A. J. POTTER FIELD, Dec. 18. to Conductor. ilcvn -brim-able Ucal ^©tatc AT PUBLIC SALE. ON Monday, the 1st dayjaf January, at 1 o'clock, P. .»/.. \vriFbVoffV-reiTnf Ptiblic Sut<», on ijn* |rrcini>»es, in ...

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