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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
JTOTiCK. 1 SI have rpnted out my Foundry, to take J\_ effect from and after the 1st day of April next, arid being anxious to close up the business of the same, I hereby give notice to all persons having claims against me, or the late firm bt "T. WARREN & SON," to present them for settlement, and those knowing themselves, to be indebted to me, or said firm, in money or trade, are requested to call and make settlement by that time, as after said date I shall be away from the foundry. I intend this to be the only notice I shall give, and aH persons, interested in the same, will do well to give it their immediate attention, as after tfieTabove date I intend to place all my claims in the hands of an officer for collection. Jan. 1, 1855. T. WARKEN.
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
HARD WAKE. A LARGE addition to our stock of HanJJ\_ ware, Carriage Trimmings, &c, has been made, and those in want of any article in that line, should not fail to examine our stock. We pledge ourselves to sell cheaper than the C heapest. 0 Come to FAHNESTOCKS'. October 16. 1854. - MO ROCCOy— Those wishing to select from a lar«e assortment of Madras and Boot Morocco, Pink and Lair Linings of a superior quality and ai low prices, should call early at the cheap store of FAHNESTOCKS. A SHES for sale at the Gettysburg Steam i\rMm;
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
TEEMS OF THE COMPILER fQjrThe Republican Compiler is published every Monday morning, by Hbnkt J. Stable, at $1,75 per annum if paid in advance—$2,00 per annum if not paid in advance. No subscription discontinued, unless at the option of the publisher, until all arrearages are paid 1_^ Advertisements inserted atlh^gtsoaTratesT Job Work-done, neatly , cheaply! and with dispatch. BQfOffice on South Baltimore street, direct-! ly opposite Wampler' s Tinning Establishment, >>• one and a half squares, from the Court House.
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Raileoad Law.—A Mr. Crocker brought a suit against the ' Norwich and New London Company, for putting hitii outef a car, whereby his knee-pan was broken. The fare for a ticket between the two places is fifty cents, without a ticket live cents additional. Crocker endeavored to procure a ticket before the train started, but the office was closed. He had but fifty cents in his pocket, and so could not*pay the additional five cents. The conductor, according-tcrtheTTiles-Tjf-the coiupany-in-^iicrr ca&es, put him out. The jury awarded him 36,500 damages. 4lj#eiJPactra
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
NOW READY. KELLER KURTZ'S Holliday Stock of Elegantly Illustrated and Standard BOOKS, adapted for Christmas aad New Year Presents, the Drawing-Room Table, tie., are now ready for examination. Also, CHILDREN'S BOOKS, in endless variety. Kurtz's is a perfect storehouse of delight fcr the little ones, where they can purchase from the simplest Toy Book up to the most expensive colored edition. [Dec. 13, 1854.
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
LOOKING GLASSES—all sizes and pri ces—at SC HICK'S. Butt0l) pcrioMcals. EARLY COPIES SECURED.—PREM1 . UMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS. LEONARD SCOTT & COTTNew York, continue to re-publish the following British Periodicals, viz: 1. " THE LONDON QTJigTERTvrjDoSerfative). 2. . THE EDINBURGH REVIEW (Whig). 3. THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (FreeCburth). 4. « THE WESTiimsrEB REVIEW (liberal). 5. BEACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE (Tory). TH E present critical state of European affairs will render these publications unusually interesting during the forthcoming year. They will occupy a middle giound between the hastily written news-items, crude speculations, and flying rumors of the daily Journal, and the ponderous Tome of the future historian, written after the riving interest and excitement of the great political events of the time shall have passed away. It is to these Periodicals that readers must look for the only really intelligible and reliable -history of current events, and as such...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
rr7-"Time is money"—be saving with it A Western Wedding Pee. Administer, settled in nn» of ^ frontier vil ' ^_ Iages, in Iwhich the primitive manners of ' % " pioneer's life had been smoothed and polish- - ed by refinement and cultivation, was wated in his stndy one day, endeavoring to arrange the heads of his to-morrow's discourse, when his atten tion was called by a knock at the door. __The visitor* proved to be a ull r ft*wkyf shambling countryman, evidently arrayed in his Sunday st)it, and a stoat girl, attired in ». dress^f-^^d-^tcor^tdti^i^th^HreqtreBt—and the complacent glances towards it by the fair owner, was considered quite * magnificent affair. "Won't you walk in 1" asked the minister, politely. "Much obleeged, squire ? I don't kw>w but we will. I say, you're a minister ain't you ?" "Yes; " • ¦ - '¦ . ¦ - ¦ ¦¦ ¦ .:.-"I reckoned so. Betsy and »»—that's Betsy.; a fust rate sort of & girJ, aiiryhor-^-" "Oh, Jonathan," simpered the bashful Betsy "You a...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Stye Hepubljjcan <fo»mpiltt; I gETTYSiBUEQv PAw MONDAY MORNING, JAN. g, 1R551 Free lecture. Dr. " A. C OnKENEjOf Philadelphia, propose* io deliver a Leettws _ on the «ie. abuse and flrucfvrt t»f the i5ye» gnme evening this week, probably Tuesday or Wednesday. The time find place may be known l>y posters. Being designed to benefit the public and enlighten Jl»e4».|mujUjJL*BJ.haLya!lL^]0 sense, the eyesij$k hj^I«j£tnjre»jftrei piip v «o that all may aitendL The-Lectute is of a moral ami inatruc live nature, and the Lecturer, Dr. Greene, the press say, is eloquent, and hnnd(c9 his subject wkh great ability. Let all tittend. E7*Wo *™-.u5?Hw obligations to Hon. S. L. RuJsgtL for valuable Congressional favors. lE?"Qn Tuesday last, the Directors of the Faer~»ppoiatcd R. S. PAxyeyH3terkT-fp^-&&n> of J.;J. Baldwin, resigned. Ai.kjun'dkb Cobean was re-apjointed Treasurer, and Joh.v Scott, Steward. (CTVacob AuauvsBAVQIli Esq., has been reappoinlod ...
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Robbed hy a Gipsy.—A colored man named Charles, living at tho Warm Batri Springs in Virginia, was robbed a few days ago of SI .200, by one of a gang of strolling gipsies. It appears she 'old him that if he would let her have $l;200 in specie she could make it grow to a bushel full. Charles produced the money; t was locked up, apparently, in a trunk ; the woman mumbled and made some mysterious passes with her hands, and then left, to return in four days, during which time the trunk was not,to be " opened. She did; not appear again, and when the trunk was opened it was found to contain, instead of a bushel of specie, nothing but pieces of lead and copper! A Poor Housk Opened with a Ball.—A new poor house, in Cook county, Illinois, was recently inaugurated by a grand ball. The idea is indicative of progress, and the example may be useful. Opening a poor house with a ball "This is a great country." (E7*The free soilers assembled in Boston a few evenings since, for the purpose- of de...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA Five Bays Later from Europe. Sebaslnpul Not Tnhe.n—.fustria's Ultimatum litfu*e.d — Both Armies Reinforced — The Czar Determined to Fight it (Jui. Halifax, Jan. 3.—The royal mail steamship Asia has arrived here; bringing dates to the 23d. which is five days lator than the advices per Atlantic. The news, though of an interesting character, is not very important. The English papers continue to be tilled with the details of the movements of allies in the Crimea. Fnglivnd -is making every effort to conciliate the German Powers. /X , It was reported in London that the Czar had refused to nccopt the ultimatum of Austria, and it was supposed that Austria would now attempt to roerce Russia into it. b rorn the Crimea there is little news but what has already been published. The weather was very severe. Two or three storms had taken place, and caused much suffering among the allies. The investment nnd bombardment of Sebastopol continues. There had been some skirmis...
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Fruits of Democratic Rule The Mexican war created a debt of seventy millions of dollars, and although peace was.decjared, and the country had resumed its peaceful aspect before " the Filltuore administration came in, yet no diminution of ihat amount was secured during its existence. It was the policy of that-administration, nays theAVte Observer, like all other anti-Democratic Administrations, to spend the public money as fast as it came into the treasury, and trust to ihe future to provide means to meet the liabilities'of the general government when they should fall due : or perhaps, adopting the idea enunciated by one ofits leading exponents that a public debt is a public blessing, it did not desire to see the liabilities of the government reduced. Hence, when the present Administration began itK career, it found the debt of seventy millions remaining. The Executive, in his inaugural arid rcssr expressed—a-de.£erminftliftn-t<>jconduct the government upon econ...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Biennial Sessions. The Ilarrislmrg Palrint advocates biennial sessions of the Legislature, and asks the opinion of the press throughout the State. We are decidedly in favor of the proposition, and convinced that a very large majority of the people of Pennsylvania desire it; indeed shere are those who think that biennial sessions would be too frequent. We hope ere long to see a move in the legislature tending towards the accomplishment of this object. In speaking of theproprie ty of the measufe the Patriot says:—-?• We maintain that there is not the slightest necessity for having an annual session of onr Legislature. We have before us the volumo'of-acft passed . " the last session. The whole number is seven hundred and fifty-five, and not one fifth of them are gcneml acts-acts which affect the interests of the entile Commonwealth. The expenses of that session amounted to over onchundred thousand <1i- > I1;h-m ' , nm1 yet vet- cnnn"t s?P that our people are wiser or ...
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
precisely who was to be their candidate for a post like that of Speaker, .until tho matter should 1>e determined among themselves, with the recommendation of their ' "constituents. But in tho instance of which we now speak, everything was previously arranged in the Lodges of the Know-Nothings, and the .members directed to vote for a particular candidate, without a question as to its propriety. No exercise of judgment is. permitted—no preferences acknowledged. The Secret Council has spoken, and its mandate must bo obeyed. To question its authority, is to draw down.the direst maledictions." The Senate, on Tuesday, proceeded with the balloting for Speaker, and having got as far as the 18th ballot without a choice, or change in the vote, adjourned. Nothing of importance transpired in the House. The Senate organized on Friday, l>y the election, on the 29ih ballot,of IIou. WILLIAM II. HIESTER, Democrat, or Berks county, as Speaker, by a majority of one, over Mr. Skinner,...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
C7"Tlie Know Nothings of Baltimore are having " quite a time of it" over Mayor llinks's nominations for city officers. Nor is this to lie wondered at, when it is considered how inordinately hungry the crew.is with which he lias to deal. AH who had ever had a chance at the public tit, and had got the taste x»f office, as well as the hundreds who had spent their lives in the hunt of place, but ••couldn't come it," hope-fully calculated that the election of Mr. Hinks would be the certain means of accomplishing their desires ; and as there were pn»l>ably twenty of these hunters after the same bone, the race was unusually animated, rind the disappointment to nineteen of them unusually great. Hence expressions of iudigdatioii are loud and deep, because all the Know Nothings have not received appointments, when they have a Know Nothing Mayor. Some <>f the Mayor's nominations are oljected to bicause they are unavailable and inipopa-Inr—some an- 1 charged with not be...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Mb. Buchanan The Lancaster (Pa.) Intelligencer says that from letters received by friends of Mr. Buchanan, in that city, it seems he intends to return home in the month of October next—and not in the spring, as stated by some of the papers. He will then have remained abroad more tharr*two years, the period he expected to be absent when be left. Mr. Sickles, his secretary, who returned home in the Atlantic, tendered bis resignation before leaving London. Died .of his Injdribs.—Mr. Samuel Plntts. of York, Pa., who met with a severe- accident about a month ago, on the railroad, by which both his legs were very badly crushed, nfier suffering extreme pain, died on Friday week. He leaves a wife and ten childreu. Oua Mkdiatios —It is stated that Lord Elgin, during his late visit to Sew York, expressed no confidence, or rather an entire want df confidence, in die efficacy of any proposal from <he-Uaked States to mgditte-oetweea-the-bet ligerem powers in Europe. S70G,<$Q ...
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Ax Important Law.—The following sectionsof an act of Assembly, passed the 12th day of January, 1852. do not seem to be generally known. The want of a knowledge of the existence of the law ofieu subjects parties applying for letters of administration, or letters testamentary, to inconvenience, inasmuch as the Register is forbid to grant such letters without first registering the birth of the child: Sec. 6. That no letters of administration or letters of testimony, shall be grunted by any Register, upon the estate or effects of ar.y person—hereafter—dying within this State,-or—if eranted.shallhe valid, until the death of such person shall be duly certified the said Register. in order that the same may be duly registered according to the forms and provisions of this act, or as strictly in compliance therewith as it may be in the power of the party so to do. Sec. 7. That no appointment of any guardian of the person or estate of any minor hereafter born, by any Orphans'Court within t...
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Horrible Accident an.il Death. A inost melancholy accident and death occurred in Westminster, on, Friday, the'29th ult., -which resulted in the death of Mr. Joiiu Wyinert. - Mr. W. went, down into a well for the purpose of cl caning it out, which he.had accomplished nnd expected to go up with the next bucket, but unfortunately before the last bucket reached the top of the will, the well gave away, nnd" 15 or 20 feet-of llio top wall fell in upon him. The news soon spread, and in a short time the premises were crowded, and all seemed horror stricken at the probable fate of the unfortunate .man. Every ellbrt was made lo hoisUtUe sloiie as^rapidly_afi_pussiblc.,_ thinking Unit Iih miuhi *till he ii!ivo, lint ilic process wj» a slow one, aud a!l(;r t>i<>lit hours hard woik his body wr.3 recovered ; .when found his face was turned up, liend !>;tck aj»ain9t the walI in a half reclining position, ami hail a couple of very severe wounds tn tlie lu-ad, eilhci ...
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Bbctish Periodicals.—The attention of the reader is directed to Leonard Scott & Co's. prospectus, in another column, entitled "British Periodicals, " embracing the London Quarterly, The Edinburgh, The.North British, and The Westminster Reviews, and BlackwnniTt Edinburgh'Magazine. To adopt tho truthful language of the pnt>lishers!-*-These periodicals are the critical censors of the British (scholastic anil literary world. By their criticisms, they aid readers in the selection of standard valuable books; and hy-ihe epitomes which they present, often obviate the necessity or con¬ sulting works too voluminous for general axarainalion. Th^fiirsplaw^winch^ATncrtcan magazines cannot supply; for they discuss topics relating more strictly to theiailairs, political, religious, scientific, and literary, of the continent of Europe. They are conducted by the best talent of Great Britain; and arc engaged with the most important questions which interest or agitate the civilized ...