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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

P'O ' YOV ' WAIVT A WCI.I.MIOE AND CHEAP SUIT OF \\1\TER CLOTIIIXGf IF so, you can be accommodated by calling on MARCUS SAMSON, who ha? jus " opened and is now selling rapidly at his Store in York street, opposite th«j Bank, a very large, choice and cheap assortment of Fall ami Winter dioods to which he invites . the alier'ion ofnhe public. They have, been selected with grtval c-ire. inthe. Rnstern cities, havo been bought ch«»ap for cush . and will be sold.cheaji for cash—cheaper than at any other establishment in Gettysburg. Mis stock consists in part of Biaok, Blue, Oliveund Green CLOTH COATS, with IroclfT'dfpss and sack cojus; also Tweed; Cashmere, and Italian cloth; also lUaxgfi-Slock of OVER COATS, which CHn'l.be beat in variety, quality or price, out of the cities; also a very superior stock ot'PANTALOONS, consisting hi part of excel'ent and wi?ll made French Black Doe-skin Cussimere, Fancy t'assimeiP. Salinotta, Velvets, Cnrd, Linen ntul Coitonade. The stock of VESTS compr...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

MARRIED. On the 21«t instant, by Ilev. D. P. Rosenmiller. Mr. GEO. IIIIiTGllBRlCKor Carroll comity. Md.. to Miss MAKUAKKT K.. daughter of Mr. John Meli'ing of Adam* county. Uu tlie 24tU ult.. by r!c». Henry AunuiJ, Mr, HE.VHV 11. WOLF to Mi»s MA11V II YOCNU, all of thi< omtity Ou the 2d inst., by the Mine, .Mr. IUCIIAlti) l'KTERS to Miss MAGUALKN'A HKIKES. all of this Cfluuty. Ou the 7th iost.. by the .same. Mr. S. UL'NTiiK to Miss£. J.tCOli 1 * , :il! of this ' enuaty. OntheStli init , bytlif same, Mr. HICHAM) TRIMMKK to Mins MATILDA SrAXOLKR", allof tin* countr. On the a.th ult.. livTlloniito C. Miti-hail V,^ \tr <' ,Vf> ECKKL. of Eatnu, 1'rclile ««., Ohio, to Mit* MAKV W. HOI'KINS, of the smile aiunty. -On Thursd.iv week, .it the Conowapi C'linpcl. l»" l$or. F.ithfr Duuijitsr. Mr. JOHN C1IKISMOUK to " Mists SlTrAX. daiuliterof Mr. Ge'trgu Cotlori. hoth of tl\is place On the 6th ult., bi' Kcv. S Soutiimn, Mr SAMt'LL WM, II.MIN to Miss SARAIX A. SI. S. 1IANKK...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

lfolloway '' s Pills.—An arlinir.iblo Remedy for the Cure of Bile, Fndige>tion, and Liver Complaints.— \n American lady, the widow of an officer, in itte K. I. C. Service, had heen residing many years in Calcutta, where her liver and stomieh lind become so deranged, that she could with difficulty, digest any kind •of food. She suffered almost unceasingly irnm-tfick headache, nervonsnpss, and lowness of spirits, the results of a debilitated constitution. The medical aid she had there was of no avail, and her friends advised her to take up Jier residence at her sister's, in Savannah, Georgia; the laitpr lady persuaded her to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, which in about six weeks, restored her to sound and perfect health, to the astonishment of her benevolent sisttjr. who had <_;iven up all hope of her re-£l)c ittnrlfcts. Corrected fromthe latent Haiti more. York&IIanover papers. ' B.U,TIM0RK—Fkidait t-isr. Flour, per barrel. §8 37 to 8 50 Wheat, per bushel...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

Important from IJavana—1 Popular Rmn<r JJnhcipaled in ruhtt- New Orleans, X«»- 21.—The stoamer Black Warrior, from Havana, with dates lo the 16th, has arrived. . . The Delta announces, having received information from an authentic source, that the inhabitants of Cuba are in the wildest state of t-nthuMrt.sin, and contemplate an important rising in a few days. The same paper al*> publishes » bold and energetic proclamation issued from the Cuba Club of Terrorists. The other papers of this city, however, have no infoimaliou iu regard to the matter, and dis credit the report. The governor of Tiindad is reported to be a prisoner at Havana. Toe Escape kkom the Sjstkrhood at Emmitsbl'KO.—The Frederick Citizen has the following version of this affnir, the first account of which appeared in the Examiner: Miss Bunkley is from Norfolk, Va., and a convert to the Catholic f.ijth. She went lo the Sisterhood about two years ago on a visit and " to make a religious n tv.it. She rh...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

Is a-Free Negro a Citizen- ok the L kited States?—A highly important decision was made on Thursday last in the U. S. Circuit Court for this Slate, b y IlisJIonor Judge Drurnniond, in the case of Joseph Mitchell, free negro, plaintiff, vs. Charles H. fcainar, defendant. The pjea tiled by the defendant alleged the plaintiff to be a free negro, and-jnot a citizen of the 0lifted States, eTititledTo maintain a suit before the II. S. Circuit Conrt.--T.he plea was sustained by the court. We also learn tbat Judge McClean coincided in the Opinion delivered by Judge Drur.iii.uond.—Chicago Times. f£7*The Bedford Gazette says:—"Judge Daugherty. who received all the Know-Nothing votes in this Legislative District, denies most emphatically, in a Later to Mr. Robinson, of Fulton, that he ever consented to the use of his name in this connection, and he will be found arrayed against them on every measure tending to abridge the right of conscience, or affect the rights guarantied to our adopted c...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

Cleiigs-men- in- Congress.—There will be a good sprinkling of clergymen in the thirtyfourth Congress. James Meacham, from the tirst District of Vermont, is a clergyman, and s6 is Alvan-Salin, from the Third' District. Kbenezer Knowlton, from the Third District of Maine, is a Free Will Paptist preacher. John J. Pearce, elected in the Fifteenth District of Pennsylvania ; Robt. B. Hall, in the Fifth District of Massachusetts, and Mark Trafton, iu the Eleventh, are ministers of the Gospel. O'Judge Edmonds is out with a letter, in which he describes his interview with thespirits of those who were lost on the Arctic. The Judge would obtain more credence if he had made his revelations earlier—before the calamity was known in the " regular" way. H7*The snow wus one foot deep at Kalama-800, Michigan, on Monday.

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

IC^There are said to be about three thousand Negroes entitled to vote in New York city under the provision of the State Constitution which requires a colored man to have been three years a citizen and possessed of freehold estate of the value of $250 over and above all debts and incumbrances charged thereon, and upon which a tax shall have been paid.—Saturday Express. This is true. And it is also a fact that the Know-Nothings (to whom our neighbor is said to belong) would exclude a wltite man, who happens to have been born out of the country, from voting'until he has been TWENTY-ONE years a citizen .' W T hat a beautiful commentary on Know-NolhingLsm this is .! A black tuan may vote upon a three year's residence, but a WHITE man must serve an apprenticeship seven times as long to entitle him to the right of suffrage !—-Lane. Intelligencer.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

Sbockuvg CAWrTrEN' AecwEST, ;M}n Saturday evening week, in Allegheny city, Pa.wMr. Hersb requested his son, a small lad, to liold-a lighted candle until he could fill a lamp with cantphen oil—While complying with the request, the boy by oversight let the light come in contact with the fluid, which exploded immediately, burning the child who held the candle in such a manner that he expired a few hours after the occurrence. Two other children were severely burnt, as also were the parents while attempting to save their little ones.

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

Borough pern of the Uorou^h

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

-;:moiuey.lost!. . . ]T is an KSTAIUJSflEI) FA('T that run ny |>prson8 lost money by not purrhasifi; (ioo.is ,11 the well known CHEAP STORf of Abrain Arnold, at his oM stand, on tin South. Kai^t enrner of the Diiimond, where h< is now rcceivinjr the cheapwst, prettiest aiu best selected Stork of Tall sukI Winter r;no<ls, pqor before offered to the citizens of Adams county, consisting, in part, as follows : Bhek, Hhie and " Krown French (Moths. Fancy, Kelt and BravrriMolhs for Ovtir Coat^, . ^ Newest Styles,) i{|aok and Fancy Cassi. riieres, Tweeds, Jearis, Uassinets, &o.«fco., 101 Men's wear, SilksrMoui de Lame, Alpanns. Menrioes, Plain and Funcy iSnVk Flannels, also a beautiful assnrtrnont of S*iins and Silks ^^-t^iVHH^s— l-i"awe t Rilthoiu^iti'1 a <jre,it vn ^ riety of oilier articles, all of which lhe. publia arP " res peel fully requepteil to call i*ml cvacnine lor thPniH«'lves.jl>i'lieviinr thai it h only neces?rt. ry to^+^e our ijro...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 December 1854

*^£ mSSER Y TREES FOI Wm>-,,- .:¦ ¦ ¦ ,: SALE. ¦-- , : Jjdi^^ IJOW PRICES. ' V ^""" pPf,K. P»T!c!t, Pear, Cherry,_?Jum, A prii'nT; tlniond and Npcnrrnie, earvfulh i-eltM-ied. Large nize Grape ¦ Vines. Straw berry »t»l raspberry Plants, Silver Maples Janje ;ujJ sUsUglit. Apply "¦»• = JAMKS 8. PETERS, Cvneviclvil/e, Del. Co., 7*0 October -J3, 1854. lw " WATClIESrJEWELRY ~ Silverware *V Fancy Goods jfcsg^A Choice Assortment of the Finest ¦Qual ity, for Sale at the Lowest Cash Trices, at Tlin. It. Elionliead'.x, NO. lS-CSOUTH SECOND STREET, ~ J Jelween Pine and L'niun. West aide, l'luLtiTa rilHfl assortment embtaoes a -lAir^c nhd Se _!_• led S. ' ttelc nf Fine Watrhe ~ * ,Jtn>clry, *ih'r }l ~ are,AUi'itu Ware, p hled irithjine silver, i Spoons, J" '</rkx, Lndlcis, <$'C.—-Jtl (Jowls, F.m and Fancy Articles of a Mij>erior i|iinlilv, ill eernng the examination nfihosr whodi ' sirc i procure i\w best goods al llie Limit-t>l ' .«»/» I'rtat Having a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

©elect Jltiscellanw "Some Things may be Done as Well as Others." Miss Fredericks Bremer communicates the following story to Sartain's . Magazine, for the truth of which she is ready to vouch-: In the University of Upsula, in Sweden, lived a young student, a lonely youth, with a great loye for studies, but without means of pursuing them. He was poor, and without connexions. Still he studied, living in great poverty, but keeping a cheerful heart, and trying not to look at the future which looked so grimly at him. His good humor and good qualities made him beloved by his young com- Tades. Once he was standing with some of them in the great square of Upsula, passing away an hour of leisure, when the attention of the young men became arrested by a very young and elegonCiady, who at the side of an elderly one walked slowly over lhe place. It was the daughter of the governor of Upsula. living in the city, and the lady was her governess. She was generally known for her beauty and for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

The trinter'8 Love We love to see the blooming rose, In all its beauty drest, . We love to hear our friends disclose The emotions of the breast. We love to see the ship arrive Well laden to bur sflbro: We love tosee otimeighbors thrive, And love to bless the poor. We love to see domestic life. With uninterrupted joys; We lovo to see a nappy wife, . With lots of girls and boys. -We love all theses—yet far above AH that wo ever said,. We love what every printer loves, Xo Have Subscriptions Paid. (CT^A certain-British Banister wrote three hands--all different. He wrote one hand which he could read and hia clerk couldn't: another which his clerk could read and* he couldn't; and a third which neither he, his clerk, nor anybody else could read. rX7 ='"They manage things funnily in California ; military funurala, ibr instance. After burying the defunct, tho bund comes back and serenades the widows"—Atlantic Editor, Slander, sir ! slander! (C7*"Haveyon said your prayers yet, John?" ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

Early Says of Silas Wright. AX INCIDENT. A friend, who was' an old acquaintance of the late Hon. Silas Wright, related to us an anecdote of that distinguished man, which he received from his own lips, and as we have never seen it in print, although it may have been, we give it to our readers: Mr. Wright left his home at an early age (6 "seek fortune," having, by way of earthly possessions, a fine horse, saddle and bridle, a pair of saddle-bags, a small stock of clothing, and five hundred dollars in money, which was in bills, and was deposited in his saddle-bags. He took a westward course, and in traveling one day, he overtook a man with a wagon and furniture, and an old span of horses, apparent¬ ly emigrating. There was nothing particularly attractive at . first view in the person or equipage, but upon a closer inspection, Mr. Wright discovered the daughter of the emigrant; a most beautiful young lady, evidently refined and intelligent. " They journeyed on,-ward toward Genev...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

A Trap fob a Troublesome Tongub!-— Sheridan was ono day much annoyed by a fellow member of the English Houne of Com» ! roons, who kept crying out every few minutes,. "Hear! heart" During.the debate he took occasion to describe a political contemporary,, that wished to play rogue, but had only senso enough to act fool. "Where," exclaimed be with great emphasis, "where shall we find at more foolish Ho%e or a more knavish fool than he ?" "Hear! bear !" was shouted by the troublesome member. Sheridan turned round, and thanking him for the prompt information, sat dovrn amid, a general roar of laughter. Trre Great Saw Mines iw rag Mor/NTAirifs of ViRGiNtA.-~The State of Virginia is moving in the great work of internal improvement , and is making a railroad that will reach the great salt mines of their mountains, and in a: few years that salt will be distributed over the whole of the Eastern States—its sujperior quality will insure for it a ready sale everywhere, for it is better worth...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

VMIBLE KToilE MUD AND JARS, AL PUBLIC SALE. THR .undersigned intending to remove to tbe City of Baltimore, will offer at Public Sale, on Tutaday, 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 Littlestown, 5 miles from the former and about the same distance from the latter place; the road from Emmitsburg to Hanover passing the. Store, and only 9 miles from the terminus of the Hanover B. R. Road. The improvements are a two story ^ - ^ Hirri mn «mnve'Dn i vnvn tfnrrev : WEATHERBOARDED HOUSE I ji I Kf WAREHOUSE, BARN & aT»-'B 8 l 8t l BLE, a good weH 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 are on said tract about 7 Acres of good Meadow and 8 Aeres of excellent Timber land. The unde...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

A Horsb Pistol,—A new pistol has been patented by Messrs. Peak & (irillw, of Hew Uaven, (Ut.,) which discharges twenty-one shots in the same time Cult 's can six. IC7 > "A drcadfnl little ior a shilling." said a penurious fellow to a physician, who dealt put an emetic ; "can 't you give more i" The Trotter Olt-tiwttkp.—"Do you keep matches?" asked u wag of a retailer. "Oh, yes, ail kinds," was the reply. "Well, then IT lake a (.rotting match." ffj ~ Narrow souled people are like narrow necked bottles, the less they have in them the more noise they make in pouring it out. (£7"Tbereis a piece of road at Winchendon, Mass., ko narrow that when two teams meet, they have both to get over the fence Le&>re either can pass. ' Jy^'You owe me five dollais for that opinion you had of me," said Squire B to a client. "Xo, I don't." said the man, "for I never had any opinion of yon." dl/'A high wind the other night blew over the spire of Mr. Wivthingtou 's churc...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

Jtterj) baluabie llcal (Estate AT PUBLIC SALE. ON Monday, the lit day of January, at 1 o'clock, P. M., will be offered at Public Sale, on the premises, in Lhe Borough of Gettysburg, the very desirable ¦ ¦ .TOOT P^§HOT«.. of Dr. David Gilbert, now occupied by Messrs. J. F.& H. J. Fahnestock, consisting of a full Town Lot, fronting on Baltimore ana East Middle streets, and immediately opposite Fahnestoiks' Store, having upon the corner A Large Two ^ ^A A Large Two Story Brick ^fasflk DWELLING HOUSE, mjm with extensive Brick Bact!&uild-4fl@gHBHi ing oo Middle .Street. Afcq, a TWO STORY FRAME BUILDING, fronting: on Baltimore street, part of which was formerly, occupied by J. L. Schick'sTStore, with a well of water and " othei improsemtsnts upon the premises. Dr. Gilbert spared no expense in fitting up the House, and: enclosing and improving the grounds with choice trees, vines, &c. There is a perpetual insurance in the Franklin Fire Insurance Company of Phila...

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