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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
JOfl N W. TlPTON, Fvihtonhbte -$dW ber and Hair Drtfter, nait'-'aV.jl^ tJ nOm^ be found prepnn><l to attend to the caltirBf lto"» people,at the Temple, in the Dinmond, adjoin*/ ing the County'Building. Prom long ejtpe- ' rience, he natters himnslf that hft carf go through all the ramifications of the Tohso« rlnl I>ej>».r4nicntj»«th ^udv=»n i»6«iwk degree of skill, as will meet with the entire, satisfaction of nil who may aubmit thftlr : e . hina to the keen ordeal of liis rhzorn;' He hopes ' , therefore,, thnt by his attention to huolneM, 1 and a desire to plonsf, he will merit as well; us receive, a liberal share of puMic patronage,-The Rick will be attended to at thfir private dwellings. - ' . '"' " ' . " Uettyeburir, Janl 8,1855.. tf : "•' ' ;" ' i ;: -
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
A "Bravb" Enomsh Nohlkman'.—-Lord Forth lias returned to England from the Crimea. It is said hi-! return has created great indignation. The London correspondent of the New York Tribune writes: He is a very 'young officer, a minor, and, as itpeems. not much of a hero. In the battle of Alma he threw himwlf on the ground, and screamed—' I am frightened, I can't fight." Lord Rnglan sent him word that in the next battle he was expected to distinguish himself liy Ins gallantry, that hi* cowardice might be forgotten. But at lukermann he again behaved as cowardly: two officers, therefore, were sent by the General-in-Chief to cast away his epauletu-s, to break his sword, arid kick him out of the cazap. He returned lo England a disgraced man, his family disown him, and the clubs are closed against him.
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
| MibRRIED , U On tho 20th alt., by Be».L.aorhtet,kr.jB8S*i)rBBrt to Miw SUSAN HEB£H,—Oje.formM of iJonnlplnnant township; mxl Jhn latter of Tyrim* towmhip, Adatnn eouotjr. On tlio4th hiKt., by Rev. Jacob 7.i»gtor, Mr JACOB W. Ba\V.MAN, or Mountpleamujt toniwliip, to MiM BABV ANN KINOof Moanyov township. T. t On tho 21st alt., ntDiilsborg, by KeT, J A. Morr»T. Mr. ELI MO1WET. of Cumberland county, to BHu CAROLINE VICKJiS, »f A<iam« couuty. - ¦ "• ¦• ;, . . \ > , • On tho 5th ult., by Hov. Mr. Bndem, ITr. PKTKR NEIDKKEK to Mlu NANCY MAYKK—botL ofCoiJOITiigOtOTO ililp. , On tho i:th alt., by the wuae, tit. ibvtft KnttWto Mrs. EMZAUETHMAYKlt-botli of thl» county. ' On tho asthalt., hflho Rev " JTUlrtcbr Mr: JACOB 8TEVKNS toMiu ELlZABKTn ANN COTIT-«ll of tbia oonnty. • *.£?*£"' 2lBt "'*••' ** ** r - p - ¦Awtodt, Me. GBORGfB TROSTLE to PI1KUY MAODALKNA RKNNJSL. both of Strnbnu township. - ¦ • ' - »??• *?* . 2 « th ult- bT thB B"'- D - «wta»n. Mr- 8AMTJKL Wn.l.UMS . nf Aaa...
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
AtiKir Paopehs and Chi utSAL9.--The const mittceon commerce in thu House of Reprosen-Utiveshaie prepared, and will noon report a rery important dill on the Rubjcctof alien paupers ami criminals. Under the provisions of this bill, it is said no foreign passenger kHaN here* after be admitted into a port of the United Staled unless hq shall ha»e the certificate of the Arnerican Consul of the place from which he comes, that he has not, one year previous-to his departure, been an inmate of a jail or workhouse, and that he has not for four years previously been convicted of any criminal offence except nuch aa arc designated political crimes. - If any cap * tnin, shall bring such persons without the " required certificates! he shall be liable to fine and imprinoimfent. The vessel in which such per-Bons arrive shall be subject to forfeiture.
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
TiiB Maine Law. ix Bostox.—TKb enforcement of the liquor law gives a great deal of trouble in Boston.. .In sni months there were 455 violations of the law- and the offenders prosecuted.- Mayor Suiitlu in his jnaugural address on Monday, remarked : . "Those familiar * with the working of selfinterest in these prosecutions, to crade the penalties of a conviction, represent that there is a.fearful amount of hypocrisy.misrepresentation and wilful perjury committed, indicative of ^ a stale of demortvHzadon so tvulyj>ainful. ob to lead many of the staunchest friends of temperance to lament, that the attempted suppression of a vice destructive to reputation and the body should sometimes peril the soul by sins of a darker hue."
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Uniiisaltht PiMSTKRura.—Acommunication in the New York Journal of Commerce asserts that the hair used in plasttr for new houses is very frequently, ho'dirty, ao to emit unpleasant effi tnrttr. atitr tal cnlnif il io 1c*cp~a- I TOotn-urrheal •- thy for years nftcrwards. The writer «ay»: "Hair used for mixing in mortar should be thoroughly washed—re-washed,and dried, nnd thus deprived of the putrjrl matter that often ndheres to it. The lime in moruiris not sufficient to cleanse the hair. It will generate an unpUasantrickly efltyvia whenever thtrootii is heated, until, after *a long time, the mortar is converted into nitrate nf lime, or so much of it as Is mixed with tht animal matter incorporated in the mortar." • -
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Russia.—In seventy-seven years'intervening between 1772 and 1849, the Kussian empire increased in population from fourteen millions to upwards of sixty-six millionfuor at the rate of about 'fourteen millions in every twenty years. This wonderful increase is chi«fly attributable to the enlarged area of the empire caused by the addition of Poland, Finland, and the Caucasus to its domains. If Russia should conquer and annex Turkey, her population Would exceed eighty miflions—almost equaling the combined population of England, France and the United States.—New Orleans Iluile.Ua.
Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
jttra—UI.UKT—1AI1AUITAA v<—rnvre ra nuyr living in Washington county, Va., a lady, who is perhaps the oldest person In Viiginia. * Mrs. Mary Collins, residing about seven, miles from Abingdon, beyond the Middle Fork of the Holston rim, the Abingdon Democrat says, is certainly not less thannme hit wired and twenty years old, and is bvltcved to be near tint hundred and thirty. Although Mrs. Collins h»s reached this extraordinary age, she y«t attends to a great deal of work about the farm of her son, with whom Rho resides, and our informant states thai a short time back he saw her carrying a heavy bucket of water up a steep hill.
Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
What is a Ton Wbiuht '<— The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania recently decided that, under the lanr of 1834, the legal weight of a ton in this Slat* is 2,000 pounds, and not 2,240 as practised, until lately, among the eoal dealers, or 2.208 pounds, as fotmerly allowed among the iron men for a ton df pig metal. fH7*An affray occurred in Fannin county, Geo., lately, in which two men named Miller and Nash were shot dead by another named fJunter. *~ r
Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
[Jv -WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!—We want wood —hickory or oak—nnd the sooner il comes the better, this cold weather. Will not those of our friends who have the (by u», at least) much-needed article to spare, bring a supply ? OThc Ittavkcts. Corrected from th« latest Haiti more, Vork&Hanover papers.
Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
Coixatrral Ser:jrit7.—Banks in Arkansas manage business in a rather primitive manner. Some one writes there that before he could get a -550 note di^counted, he had to deposit* as "collaterals" two cook stoves and a cross cut saw. An TNotGRSTTBLH Mgai. —An immense anaconda reoently arrived in Boston from the neighborhood of the Congo river, in Africa. It is said that his length is between twenty and twenty-five feet, with a girth of thirty inches in the largest part of his body. Just before leaving his.native land ho took a hearty meal of a. dog, and no other food was oaten-b y him for sewn months after. ' After the first of October this king of snakes arrived in .Boston, and was lodged in, a, large case with very strong glass walls, and. a doublp English milled blanket, folded inco four thicknesses, furnished for his bed. On the 20lh of November Mr. Sears, the.proprietor, .thoughtit waa full time No tempt his nppotite. and therefore introduced la rabbit into Ins den just at ...
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
CARRIER'S JDDJi£SS fo 2&E PJt ¦ ^TSOySOFmSE^SEFffBUCdN 3 mneiLER, " Jan. 1,1855. Kaxo Vja&k&t-r ttSOixrief withthis brief *ddress No^gwets tott P*tnftns of the Press--This tribute rtyonr feet I lay, And wish you »11« happy day. Since-last to you my call I paid And kind congratulations made, . Tb& wheel of Time kept rolling on. Andbow another year is gone. Gone with its pleasures and its cares ; ", Gone with its hopes and joys and fearsY. Gone to Oblivion's gloomy main ; ^^jrwiaae^ifi^ritBiajagain; Tbeaged^ts rapid Qourse regret, But soon their taio regrets forget; The young wish for the old year' s flight And h*a the New Year with delight* Remorseless Time«Chus glides away. And in his footsteps leayes decay. He oh bis ruins smiles, andjtew Ceases his onward natrcbrforever.^— The past year many changes made. Itsmar on every hour is laid; _It dimmed-the . bright and flashing eye. And cmshedfotid hopes.as it passed by; It. passed o'er plains where ba...
Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
JL with Fifteen Statuettes in Bronze, and several hundred Magnificent Oil Paintings, form, the collection of prizes to be distributed among the rhembeis of the Cosmopolitan Art Association at the first annual distribution, in January next. THE COSMOPOLITAN ART AND L1TERART ASSOCIATION, Organized for the Encouragement and General Diffusion of Literature and the Fine Jlrls, on a new and original plan. This popular Art Association is designed to encourage and popularize the Fine Arts, and disseminate wholesome Literature throughout the country. A Gallery of Art is permanently founded, and will contain a valuable cnjWiinn nf Paintings and Slatuarv. for the annual distribution of each year. The best Literature of the day, will be issued lo the subscribers,consisting of the popular Monthly Magazines, Reviews, &c. Thecommittee of management have the pleasure of announcing that the First Annual Distribution will take place on the 30th of January, 1855, on which occasion there wi...
Id=213 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
HOLLOWAl'8 OINTMENT. Citizens of the Vhiou,— • YOU have done me the honor as wftft one - voice, from one end of the Union to the other, to stamp the character oi-aay Ointment with your approbation. It is scarcely two years since I made it known to you, and already it has obtained more celebrity than any other medicine in so shr.rt a perioo. ° THOMAS HOLLO WAY. 38, corner if Ann $r Nassau sin., Neva Yorl* ASTONISHING CURE OF SORE LEGS, AFTKH NINE YEARS' STANDING. Copy at a Eettw from Mr. J. W. lanuley, at Hnntarillo, . laufcia co,, North Carolina, dated Ho*. IM, ^ 1853. BGADHM OWN WOKD3* To P.KorestfOB Hoi.lowav : Sir,— It is not n>y wish to become notorious, neither is this grA of igitgJLJMUJj^foM^edM-s ake- - ^^ lo say, thai your Ointment eared ' me bf one of the most dreadful cutaneoas diseases that flesh is heir to, and whteh was considered by all who knew me, to be entirely beyond the Teach of medicine. For nine years I was afflicted With- one of tfce most painful aod...
Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
BOUNTY Land Warrants, Back-Pay suspended Claims, and all other claims against the Government at Washington, D. C.: also American claims in England. Land Warrants located and sold, or bought, and highest prices given. Agents engaged in locating warrants in Iowa, Illinois, and other Western States;and lands for sale there. O^r Apply to him personally or by letter. Gettysburg, Nov. 21, 1853. ly BAYID WILLS, Attorney at Law, HA S taken Mr. Stevenson's office, North West Corner of Centre Square. Reference.—Won. Thaddeus Stevens, Lancaster. Gettysburg, January 2, 1854. JU. B. BtTEHfiUK, AW0&H8T kt &AW9 _ v WILL .faithfully and promptly attend to all business entrusted to him. lie speaks the German language. Office at \\\e same place, in South Baltimore street, near Forney's Drug Store, and -nearly opposite Danner & Ziegler's Store. [March 20. WM. B. McCLELLAN, Attorney at Law. OFFICE pn the south side of ' the Public Square, two doors west of the Sentinel o...
Id=215 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
/CONSTRUCTED to be worn next to th© \J skin, producing a constant current of vsiNTERRUPTED ELECTRO ' MAGNKTlSM-^flffecting IMMEDIATE RELIEF, FROM ALL ACUTE PAINS, and a Permanent cure of Neuralgic Diseases ! ¦ PuJvermacher*8 Electric Chains were first used in France, three years since, for the cure of Nervous Diseases, and after being submitted to the moSi- thorough trial, in every hospital in Paris, by the most learned professors in that city, they were recommended to the Government of France, who granted a patent for the discovery. During the years 1851-2, they were introduced in Germany, Austria, Prussia and England, and one year since, introduced and patented by the United States Government.. Most Astonishing Cures of nhcnmutium, St. Vitns's Dance, Painful nnd Swelled Joints , Palpitation of the Heart, Neuralgia of the Face, Periodical Heaiiacbe,' Deafnesa. KiindoesH, Pains from Indigestion, Hysterics, Dyspepsia, Vteric Pains, Every Disease, termed Nervous^ is quickly and ...
Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
The main building waa thoroughly repaired two years ago, the wood work being entirely new.; the bar and kitchen are supplied with Hydrant Water and the first floor with Gas. There are good, dry and airy cellars, divided into three apartments, under the whole build; ing. Attached to the above property is a large and commodious -¦ - STOREJSOOM, fronting on Market Street SO feet, with a depth of 40 feet. — Thin building waa erected two years ago by myself, of ihe best materials and possessing all the modem improvements requisite for making it a superior room for any Mercantile branch of business. It has an open front, snpported by cast iron pilasters, into which the shutters fold. There is also a dry cellar under the whole store. The advantages, the whole of this property possesses over all others of the kind in this city, are well known. Located in a square where there is a larger amount of business done than in any other; commanding the travelling trade of the whole Northern po...
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
HARDWARE STORE FSU1E subscribers would respectfully an-X; nounce to their friends and the public that they havti opened a NKVV HARDWARE STORE, in Baltimore ^ Street, adjoinim; the rctidcucc of David Zieglef, Gettysburg, in which they are opening a large and general assortment of HARDWARE, -. Iron, Steel, Groceries, CUTLERY, COACH TRIMMINGS, SPRINGS, AXLES, lB (Sj^L IS< 2 9 '- TP™* tfrtar-mirr, Sljoc Jii'uinga, Paints? Oils, and Dye-stufft, in general, including every description of articles in the above lines of business, to wdich they invite the attention of Coach>maker$, Blacksmiths, Carpenters, Cabinet-makers, Shoe-makers, Saddlers, and the public generally. Our stock having been selected with great care and purchased for Cash, we guarantee (for the Ready Money,) to dispose of any part of it on as reasonable terms as they can be purchased any where. We particularly request a call from our friends, and earnestly solicit a share oJ public favor, as we are de...
Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR, Choice and Valuable Boobs. IHAVK just received from Philadelphiaand New York, the best English ana American editions of Uie beat Authors in every department of Literature, known as standard Authitrs- ' of value, and BOUND IN A MOST SUPKR1OR MANNER, in tho choicest library styles of calf extra, half calf gilt and antique, Turkey Morocco, &c. &c, forming altogether the most superb collection of Books which T have ever had the pleasure of offering to my numerous friends and customers ; and which, together with an unrivalled stock of Elegantly Illustrated "Works, J^JfiJiL 3BU lg iLifl £ 9 - OKiS^ Prayer and Hymn Books, Superbly Bound Books, and be*l Editions in Library Bindings, now displayed in tempting arrny on numerous loaded counters, form altogether an endless variety (10m which to select Christmas gfd New Year Presents, as to fully keep up our well-known reputation of offering the finest assortment of desirable Books in the richest...