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Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

«ia asaornneni 01. jn*x num—m wvcrj thing'in the. way "of Boy's and Men's furnishiOjj tin&- , : ' , ' 1 (&-Fir«t-fate Chewing Toba&coftlways on hand—a rare article, which chewers are re-«nested to try. ' > MARCUS SAMSON. November 13, 1854. tf

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

1W> YOU WANT A WEtl MADE • ¦ ¦:•>" ' " ;• • ' ¦ AND9HEAP ' ¦ •;. ; - . sfflm fffla i\mm I P.,so, you can he accommodated hy calling > wlffAiRCtJ^r«7a^O ;N1r>yho ha» just openedand is r.ow selling r-ipitlly at, his Store

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Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

Also, a lot of Groceries and Queensware, which were bought low and will be sold low for Cash or country produce. To punctual customers a credit of six months. . J. S. GRAMMER^- Octoher 16, 18M. tf

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

M ACKEREL, Codfish, Salmon, Herring, Pork, Hams and Sides, Shoulders, Lart] and Chefse. constantly on hand and for sale hv 4. Palmer & Co., Mar/xt Street IVhnrf, S'lllLJOF.U'llLl. October l>, liJi. Ziu ¦

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Id=218 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

MOROCCQS.—Those wishing l0 select from a lanre assortment of Madras and Boot Morocco, Pink and Lair Lintnjrs of a superior quality and at low pricps, should call e^rly at thacUeap store of LWILNKSTOCK. * . IN pursuarjee of the Act p( Ascjetpbljc passerfthe 27lh a *ay of July, 1842, the followingstatement ia hereby - prjbfti'hed by the CditWnissioners of Adams renniy, which exlnbiu tlie amount, description, and value of the Real and Personal Property,. Trades, Occupations, and Professions] made taxable by the several Acts of Assembly of this Commonwealth : - , - ?•_ -• ...... • = t - "it' i^jwpmiuTT Borough, ! 191832; 5951 1 6u759; 57l9SJ59^ji && • t300! 2501 1475 ' S27 0(> Cumberland- -—{r-2 ; >7. 'J64f 18330-I83l5j|j|35i 6&0 | ' 134 | !' ^j 2780 : 3 OO Germany, i 44-2732J. 834& 2«i«32; 72^51 f J80 iooof j 162rv 5 0ft Oxford, j 15i»«8: IOI70 «3856 | 6970 . j isoo " I j inn 1362! Huntiugton, - i 2177601 1C407 fiOO5o; -12440 j ' . ' ...

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Id=233 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

T OOKING, GLASSES—all stzes and.pri-JLj ces—at SCHICK'S. 1 SHES foe sale at the Gettysburg ^team ^.1. Mill.

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Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

DO you want CHEAP <*HOOtfUlKSt Goto ' PAHNESTOOKS'. efctt VRS aad Siockiii»-s *M *>«.»u- j, nJ ^i»iir*» SCHICK**. npHAT ABRAM ARNDjip'-.W 'just re-JL jUttned from the^Eastern cities, wi . th the largest and best selected.stock of goods,for Men and Boys' wear ever before offered,whlch he is tfew makingiip, at the Old Stand, where he invites all who wish to purchase CLOTHING\ made ot .. .. . ' ,G&oi>abfaEi s^2esD.aaB» af»a€»ii 9 and by good workmen, to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere, ao he is determined to undersell any clothing Store or Slop Sho|J in the town or country. , Having secured the . services of one of the hest CUTTERS in the country, ne is prepared to fnaka up clothing af»he shortest nottooand In the best style. His motto i» Quick Sales and Small Profits. v - J OetobeT37TB5ir~lf^ ;— ; = Jurors for January Court. Graxd Jtmr. Monnllon—Julin BurtliuUl«rWlUlam Yeatt«, Jaqob Qroup.. Iliuniltonbon—Jnuie* II. Msmlia...

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Id=212 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

QdEKNSWARE AND GROCBRIES.-. A. ARNOLD is now receiving a larj lot of Quernxware, uliich he will sell lo\ Call and see. n ct. 2.

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Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 1 January 1855

p(3 M K O X K ! CO M B AI. L !~To *ee llwe I \ J Hi»mj» Goods-just recciTprl i>\ { °€U " A. AKNOLUJ as welfas the adulu and are always ready for use—never get-out of repair, and are as much an article o| ornament, as they are a valuable means of cure. Caution.—Ladies who are encitnteure requested not to wear them. The prices of the Chains are $3 and $5, 18 and 30 Links, and can be senl by mail, to any part of the Slate, by addressing S. H. BUEHLJCR, only-Agent-for-Gattysbu rg. I. STEIN.ERT, 568 Rroadway, N. If., General Agent. For sale in all the principal citjes in the United States. July 3, 1854. ly .

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855

"W itcpubHcatTj&ompilci Meeting of the State Committee. -There was quite a full attendance of the members of the Democratic State Committee in Philadelphia, on the 26th ult., and the proceedings^ were conducted with spirit and unanimity. Mr. Bonhatn presided, and E. B< Chase, of Susquenanna, acted 83 Secretary pro lem. After a full and free interchange of opinion in relation to the present position and duties of the Democratic party, the following resolutions and address were unanimously adopted: ' _— - Resolved, That the immutable truths embodied in our principles, which have been faithfully and successfully carried dut by the Democratic party, and by which the glory, honor, and prosperity of the country have been upheld and secured, forbid and preclude the possibilit, of our making any treaty with error, or forn ng alliances for the sake of expediency, or temporary party triumphs. Resolved, That the allegations against the Democratic parrj' of using influences...

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855

Arrival of the Atlantic ONE WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE. New York, Dec. 31.—-The steamer Atlantic arrived here this afternoon about 5 o'clock, with Liverpool dates to Monday, the 18thjnst., having been compelled to return a few hours after sailing on Saturday, owing to an accident to her rudder head. _ The war ncwa is wholly unimportant. " ' THK WAR. The dates from Sevastopol are to the 4th instant. Up to that time nothing further could be dotfC, as owing to the heavy rains the trenches were all full of water, and the roads had become impassable. Omar Pasha was at Varna, engaged in embarking nineteen battalions for the Crimea. Private letters say that the ratification of the treaty with Austria was exchanged at Vienna on the 14th. If the negotiations now pending do not produce peace, Russia will call out 16 men per thousand, equal to one million of men, to take the Held as early as possible. The siege of Sebastopo] was at last accounts still progressing, though the weather was very...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855

~Jadging^bBfore Bu ying. — r - AmericiTiK ore an independent, seU-tftHant people, fund of judging for thenmeWes. There is no doubt ol this. We had an instance of it yesterday. A gentleman, evidently from the rural districts, uncontaininatcd by the vicious refinements of any large city, cnlltd at the establishment of Mason Brothers, enquirdi for "The New Singin' Book the Hallelujah." giving they in the last soluble it ' s lull Hound. "I hcarn tell it was considerable ' good, hut I'm in the hftbit of juilgin' for myself, I am." The book was presented. Our friend in the felt hat und homopun looked at it carefully on one side and tlien nn the other ; then on each end and side. At last, with dub deliberation, he opencdit nod read the title pngc. Next he turned to the record of copyright entry, and read that. So he went on, page by paf;e , thrwighthe^lemcnta._JQejyj»siBSiikvuIyj!»Jbout to examine the work for himself. Through the elements h6 went paragraph by paragraph. An hour passed...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855

Sad Effects of Poveutj.—Suicide and Star vation.—John Murphy, an Englishman; arrived at New York, in August last, with his wife and five children, and obtained employment until recently, when he was discharged His family have lately been in a state Of great destitution, and it had such effect upon him as to bereave him occasionally of his mind. H» refused to apply to the relief committee, but on Friday his wife started out to Bee the oomroiueo. The Post says: ^ i ^ She soon returned to hlpRidence, No. 396 Water street, where, on entering the room " , f-ho heard a noise in the bedroom, and inquir¬ ing of the children where their father was, they said he was lying down in the bedroom. She went to go in, and found the bed just in front of the door, and oil looking in one corner she discovered him upon his knees, with his bands together as if praying, and his throat cut in a horrible manner. He could just manage to speak, and on seeing his wife he cried out, "O, Sarah! O Sarah V r S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855

PUBLICISE OP ¦' _ Valuable Personal Property THE Subscriber, intending to quit farming, will sell at Public Sale, at his residence, in Union township, Adams county, Pa., on Wednesday and Thursday, the 21sl and 22d of February next, the following Peisonal Property, viz: Seven Cows, Nine Head of Young Cattle, Hogs, two Narrow-tread Wagons,(one nearly new,) one Grain Drill, Pennock's Improved, nearly new; Lancaster Winnowing Mill, nearly new; Grain Rake, Roller, Corn Sheller. Rolling Screen, good as new; first-rate Cutting Box; Wood and HayLadders, Stone Bed, Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Corn Forks, Grind Stone, 2 Jack Screw3,an excellent Cross-cut Saw, a lot of Shop Tools, Horse Gears, Log Chains, Sixth Chains, Cow Chains and Halters, Breast. Chains, Butt Traces,- (a good article,) 3 Spreaders, a firstrate Feed Trough, Rakes and Forks of all kinds, with many other Farming Utensils.-— Also, a large variety of . . Household & Kitchen Furniture, viz: a large Cook Stove,...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855

THE FTTCtTEE XIFE. ^~" » WlLUiM O. VKtVM.. How nhaU I know tbee In tho «r*6T« which keeps Th« dixombodiad opfrit* of tlie d««d, : 5r*e»^tl^f--4hee^bat-tln«MM»«kM«ltUM-jUeepa,— And perishes among the d«tit wo tread? • For-* 7 shaUf- feeMU>e-»tlng-of-««wIc*m piila _i_l If there 1 meet thy gentle presonce not; Nor hfor tlift voice I love, nor read ugala In thy' Boreuont ayon U10 Under tUou' gEt. Wfll not thy onrn meet heart demand me there?. - That heart whose fonileat throb. , to we were given My name on earth w»» e»er in tby prayer, • And must thou never utter it In heaven t In meadows fanned by heaven's lilo-brestltiug wind In the reH|>lemicuue »( thivt glorioua nphere, And larger niovammta uC the unfettered mini, Wilt thou forgot tho love that Jollied u« here T The\>ve,thi>t lived through all tho stormy past /Ind meekly .with .my bomber nature bore, Ami dinner grew. »nd tender to the hut, Shall it expire with lire and be no mure? - A happier lot than...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855

Where Cork Comes From. . Cork is nothing: rtore or less than the ]b»rk of evergreen oak, growing principallyin jSpain, and other' countries bordering on the tyerJiierrancan ; in English gardens it is only k-enfios. ity. • When the cork-tree is about fifteen'year n s old, tho bark lias attained a thickness *n * d quality suitable for nranufacturing purposes • and after stripping, ft further growth of eight years produces a second crop, ' and so 00 at in- ' tervals, for even ten or twelve crops. Tho bark ¦ M^U^ped&omJth&limiiL^uei:^^ in thickness, of considerable length, «nd of , such width as to retain the curved form of the trunk when it has been stripped. The baric peeler or cutter makes a slit in the bark with, a knife, perpendicularly from the top of the trunk to the bottom; be makes another jncifion parallel to it, and at some distance from tW former; and two shorter, horizontal cuts at-thV top and bottom. For stripping- off the piew -¦ thus isolated, be uses...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855

Statistics of Muscular Power. Man has the power of imitating almost every motion but that of flight. To cOuct this, he has in maturity and health, sixty bones in his head, sixty jn his thighs and legs, sixty-two in his arms and hands, and sixty-seven in his trunk. He has 434 muscles. His heart makes sixtyfour pulsations in a minute, and therefore 1,840 in an hour, 02.160 in a day. There are also three complete circulations of his blood in the short space of an hour. In respect to the comparative speed of animated beifiga, and of impelled bodies, it may be remarked that size and construction seem to have little influence, nor has comparative strength, though one body giv¬ ing any quantity of tnotioti to another is said 10, lose so much of its own. The sloth is by no means a small annnaW and it cart-travel-only fifty paces in a day, a worm crawls only five Thebes in fiftyJ^onds^uJ^alady^ir^can^y twonty million times its own length in less than an hour. An elk can run a mile and a ...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855

LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST! THE undersigned has just returned from Philadelphia with a targe and fashionable 8V032 (SOT Warn* which he will dispose of «t VERY REDUC ED PRICES to all who may favor him with a call. His assortment consists of the following: SHAWLS, FLANNELS, PLAID SILKS, MUSLINS, F. MER1NOKS, LINEN, M. DELAINES, BLANKETS, WOOL PLAIDS, QUILTS, DEBEGES. CLOTHS ^ CASHMERES, CASS1NETS, PERSIAN CLOTHS, SATINETS, CALICOES, COLLARS, GINGHAMS, HANDKERC'FS RIBBONS, VEILS, &c. Also, a lot of Groceries and Queensware, which were bought low and will be sold low for Cash or country produce. To punctual customers a credit of six months. J. S. GRAMMER. October 16, 1854. tf.

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855

THX^WAY^ IF YOU WANT A VEHICLE THAT BE ^AIS'T BEAT ! fpHE undersigned, having purchased the ¦*¦ Carriage-making establishment of Wm. Graham, respectfully informs the public generally that he will continue the said business at the old stand, in Washington street, half a square from Chambersburg Mxeet.where he is prepared to manufacture to order, at short notice, Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies, SULKIES, JERSEYS, &c. He flatters himself that his work ts a little ahead of any turned out by any other establishment in the place—having none but the best of workmen employed, and using none but the best materials. His prices are moderate. BgyREPAIRING done at short notice. Country produce taken for anything in his line. J. BARRETT. Geltysburg, March 13, 1854. tf

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855

SPOUTING! SPOUTING! / " I EORGE and Henry Wampler will make vJT House Spouting and jmu up the same low, for cash or countryvproduce. Farmers and all others wishing their Houses, Barns, &?. spouted, would do well to give them a call. G. &. H. WAMPLER. April 18, 1853. aiisaasw caom 280 Market street, abnve 8th, Philadelphia. C. I. Busb & Bro., Proprietors. fllHIS House has a central location, on orre _|_ of the principal thorough farrfslJThw^iLty. No effort spared to make Waiters comfortable. $1.00 per day. June 12, 1854. ly A ' LMANACS FOR 1855.—HajrerstowrT, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Christian, Farmer's and Housekeeper's—at — Dec. 18, K-CR-TZ:S-Bnofc8tore_

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