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Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
SODA» Sujrar and Water CIUCKKRS, Ginger Nuts, "Scotch and Jeriny^tin Cakes, fa new article, and not to be beat,) for •ale, cheap, by the pound or less, at AfifiLBt. . . GfLLESPIK'S. either bv Gunning or oTKerwileT^'ireyTre determined to enforce the law to its full extent ajriiinst all »ho disregard this notice. — Jacob Hershy, David Hmgy, Samuel Harlzel,, Susan Harizcll, David Schriver, John Hamilton, George Starry, Thomas Scott, ¦ Thomas d> Henry J. George A. Keckler, Miller, Jacob Hankey, -DavidKcckltr, Henry-F. Minnigh ,^ haac Dearitorff, Frederick Herr. Jan. 1, 1855. 3t —
Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 8 January 1855
FO R CHRlSTMAS.-£TAe Great Double Brother Jonathan.—200 copies received. Price 12J cents, or 10 copies for Si. For saloat KELLER KURTZ'S Book&tuia, s, , |-, r<ra» tions, and other Kemetnbraiices, to do those things-w-hieh-tf»Jli«iir-office8-aiiiLiii_thatJi&h3jf appertain to he dime, and also, they who will prosecute Hgainst the prisoners thut are or then shall be in the Jail of the said County of Adams, and to be then and there to prosecute against them as shall be just. HtSNRY THOMAS, Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, Dec. 11, 1851.
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855
MESSAGE OF GOVEMMTBIGLEH (CONCLCDKD i'KOM OUB LAST.) - The adinimstratkriof QovernofShnnlc corntioenced tlie cancellation ' . of ihe relief issues; ali '4 that.of my immediate prPoVceasorarrestftd the process, leaving S65O4G3 00 of thisimsightly.currency in circulation. In the spring of 1&53, (lie-policy of enncelUition . was again resumed; arid , up to this date. gfH85,3S4 88 have been received into the " pjnkin ' g fund, :a|>- pticable ' jo that purpose, leavrri<r.tiu> tneajjre sum of §151,773 12, to provide for. The gr,atifyiug, frict .is apparent, tlieieforn, that without any furtjifT legislation on ihN subject, the entire outstanding balance ^ of relief iwtes can be withdrawn from circulation arid destroyed during the c . urrent .yearv-r-Ii'is true that these issues? have " not come into the Treasury as rapid'.y as the funds, fur -their cancellation have accumulated, and that, consequently, a portion, of the receipts have not been invested; ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855
~ teems: of the compjiee. ^ B^* -/' Ae Hep'tbficati XiifiipUer is published every ,Monday ; morning, by Pe.nju- J. Stahus, at S1.75 p er unnuruif pa,id/« advance. —&^,0(J per anjium Jt" not paid, in advanced No sub; scriptiou disfipatinued, unless au the option oi the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. ' Adv-biitisj4mj-:.>-ts inserted atlTie usual rates. Jo» . ,>Vt)tiK ' doue, .neatly, cheaply; and with cUspatck. .,' _ ' 1 ¦¦ , :¦,, " pi^rOffice on South Birlrimn™ afi ' -opt , r 1irt»c.K Iy oppositcWaui pler' s Tinning Establishment, one and d~ half squares froni the Court House.! .
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855
For the Itepnbllcin Comprjer To the Editor of the Star. Dbak Sib :—Recent events have rendered it proper for me to resume the i-pisiolary correspondei>ee which had Ixt-n suspended for a considerable length of time between us. On ordinary occasions, it giTeic one pleasure to renew nnd revive the social intercourse that an inter* change of sentiments is calculated to produce between congenial spirits: but in the present instance, I am sorry to confess that this happy result is not likely to crown oor correspondence. For niy own parr, I am ready lo meet you half way—but you ' setro .to be uncompromising, unsocial, and unwilling, to make any restitution for the past, or any promises for tho future. I thought, when I last addressed you, that matters would take a more favorable turn —that.tinie would bring, abont the cure of tlie distemper that seemed to be the offspring of impetuosity and impulse r ami that a little sober reflection, together with the suggestion* and stati...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855
\ Abolition of the Cana! Board. ' A bill has been read itvplace by Mr. SMrrrr J of Philadelphia, and referred to the appropriate ; committee, to abolish the .Canal Board. To .;4htA- measure -we raise our .objections. The policy ' advocated by the Whig party one, two ! and- three " years ago, was to sell these improvements, and thus rid the State of what | thej' termed an "incubus."- The policy contended for by Mr. Pollock , during the last political campaign, wns that the improvements should be sold at any price, and if nothing could be obtained for them, then lo ff»re them away. To thin policy we intend to hold those who have by such means obtained power. It is too late now to charge front, and refuse to do what was so faithfully promised. Mr. Pollock made the sale of the public improve- - nients an issue in the last campaign. The Democrats had nothing to do with it. It was lugged into the contest to bring victory to the Whig party, and if the result of that contest, is to be reg...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855
iC7"!Ion. S. A- Douglas, Hon. Jons L. Pawsos, Hon. iS. L. Rcssrll, Hon. Wm. H. KrRTZ,Hon. J. Glaxct JoKKs.and Hon. Mosrs JIcCleax, have placediw under obligations for Congressional and Legislative fnvors. Prof. Stcevkb alsohas our thanks-Tor a copy of Judge IIkpbpbn's Address More the Liiiwean Association, in St-ptcmlicr last. - The Governor 's Message. Gov. Biouui's Message Is concluded in this ^ay 's issue. The doctriiic^wr-forth-are -tinr «.nly advocated wirh great ability, but are sound to the core in themselves—such a» will 1« endorsed by <.very true Republican, and when the present fever of political anil religious excitement shall have passed away, by the great body of the people. The Governor leaves \}w tSt**** "ffnirsin n prosperous condition, and it would be_ffifill for bur Commonwealth, if his policy " shonTdT be adopted by Iris successor. The Message gives, a very satisfactory exhibit of the financial condition of the Commonwealth ~I Th£T«ii£fites~ffiF^ of the p...
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855
Pen, Paste and Scissors. —-J3££biirt commences to-day. f£7*Shad are plenty, thus soon, at Savannah. (r7*Senator Buckalew has taken bis seat in the Senate. StT'Tbe application of soda will <?&re snake and insect biles. . ¦ K7"Prof. Tiffany, of Carl isle.College, is delivering Know Nothing lectures in Pittsburgh. OC^James llarlan, anti-Nebraska Whig, has been ilucted U. -S. Senator by tlie Legislature of Iowa. [C7"A toper has been killed in Connecticut by drinking excessively of essence of peppermint. 017* Prussia is much alarmed. The people arc decidedly in favor of the ' Western Powers, whilst the King and Court are Russian. [CT'The Kansas Delegate, Mr. WhitfiVld, has written a letter for publication, in which he considers his election as solely a trjuuiph of the principles of the territorial bill. (E7*Mr. IX' Bow, in his late compendium of the Seventh Cewum, estimates the deaths in the year 185(1, throughout the ' United States,, at one in fifty. JET^To; make...
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855
the Cat Oat of the Bag. Jf^—eaun»eljoi4 the abanifonment of a sfn qh Whititencl, but only urge a cotirse which wjjf, first, effectually expel the Goths and Vandals, andfl.TIMATElV, PHOBABU" IJOJKDIATKr.T. UKsri-T i.v pi;ttin« Whig meascbks asjo Whig TtttACY-wrttK ascksoast. We, therefore, respectfully and kindly suggest tojMich of our friends as entertain aVish for a convention, to abandon it at once—at lenst for the present. If unforseen circumstances should hereafter arise to render one necessary, March or April will be early enough to consider the matter.— Richmond Whig. We long supposed that the ultimate object of the leaders of Know-Nothingisrn was to place Whig principles in the ascendant in this country, ami the above extract from the Richmond Whig, is pretty cotwinnive that wo were rightr7^Titi^Ma>ionry^onD"its ~ shaTrof~work in driving many from the Democratic party, and making them Whigs, and the secret order of Know-Nothings is designed for the same purpose. Bu...
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855
1 One Week Later from Europe. Thc.Amcrican-wteanisWp-Bartic^vrith-fciTer pooi dates to the 30th ult., being one wee* later, arrived at New York on Thursday. iThe propeller Sarah Sands had put into Cork foi rcpaira.. - - — -— —. : The event of the week is Napoleon's speech to the Legislature. It is warlike in tone, but makes no mention of any prospect of peace. It was immediately followed by a loan of 500,-(V>0,000 francs being promptly voted. The attitudes of Austria and Prussia-are unchanged. Affairs before. Selmstopol had not changed. Sorties by the Russians are continued from the ciiy, and one has been made from the harbor. The Russian bulletins generally claim important advantages over the besiegers. It is rumored that the Russians made a sortie on the 12th. and were repulsed with a loss of seven hundred killed and eleven hundred prisoners. A well directed fire from the Russian fortifications interrupts the enemy's works. The Russians had received large reinforcements. ...
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855
AJJuii.n Kii.lkd by a Rat.—A most singular and fatal occurrence took place at the house of Mr. B. M. Morris, at Richmond. Va., about two weeks since. We learn from the Post that about six months ago, a negro woman, in the employment of Mr. Morris, heard her child cry, in the room next to her, and went in to see what occasioned it. She Saw as she entered the room a large rat running off from the child, who was lying on the floor, and upon approaching the infant, she found a bite upon its cheek, which bled profusely. The mother thought nothing of the accident, and about two weeks since wivs ag.iin called into the room by the crying of her child. Upon getting in. she saw a large rat leap from the bed, and taking up the infant, which was about seven mouths old. she found that it hnd been severely bitten on the mole of the head. No attention was paid to the matter, in consequence of the^rifling character of the wound, and a few hours afterwards the child died. Dr. Wilson, who had the...
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855
DIT'J. J. Naiixk. Esq., of Hanover, has been appointed Rc-cl ' or of the Preparatory Department of Fmnklin and Marshall College, at Lancaster, and will enter upon its duties at the opening of next session. Distressing.—On the 1st inst., a dwellinghouse was burned in Pnlatine, Marion county, Va , and an old lady named Brumerage perished in the flames. The house, its contents, and the body of the old lady were entirely consumed. Napoleon Boxapahte in* Congress.—On Friday week, the new delegate from Nebraska, appeared in the House of Representatives ami gave in his name as .Xapoktm Kwnparte Giddinus. Tht report that he was a Bt-nton mun is contradicted. He is said to be a friend of the administration .of Gen. Pierce. Mail RomiKiis.--Within the last two months, something like twenty mail robbers-have been arrested in different parts of thw country, and about half of them havu been tried and condemned to imprisonment. The department appears to be exercising great vigilance in ferretl...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855
Know Nothings Defeated. Moigan, the Know-Xothing candidate for Mayor in Pittsbnrg, has been defeated by Volz. the Citizen*)' candidate, by 473 majority. The independent ticket hns elected a majority of Counciimcn, thus totally defeating the Know-Nothings . Adams, the Independent Candidate for Mayor in Allegheny city, is also elected over the Know-Nothing candidate. $Z7"A. Boston correspondent of the Xew York Evening I'nsl says that the Free-Soilers of Massachusetts propose that anew Know-Nothing party should be formed , on the basis of opposition to fnlkn/ieiiim and to Slavery, while all foreign Protestants shall be treated as native-born people. Their State-Committee arc in favor of keeping up their present organization in order to bu the better prepared to further this new movement. "Every day brings something new V Itjk Forces in tiik Ckimka.—According to n correspondent of the Ismdon Times, the combined forces landed by the allies at Old Fort, in the Crimea, on the 14lh of...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855
Tiik First sham, hk Last.—The Evansville (Ind.)y»ur«ia/says that an old gentlemen aged sixty-five years was married a few dnys ago, in Knox county, in that State, to his ninth wife, and he has only marriedJfoe women. His first wife is liis last wife, nnd she is now in her forty-fifth year. She has been married three times, and her first husband is her last husband. CoKiiKCTioN. — The accident which is reported to have occurred on the York and Cumberland Railroad, lately, <fc »y Iks supposed by many to have been on the road between York and-IIarrishucg. This is, however, incorrect; the accident occurred on the York and Cumberland Railroad, near Portland, in Maine. O~0» the 8th of December. Pope Pius IX, in the presence of the Cardinals and Princes of the Church, declared it an article of divine faith, that the Mother of Christ was conceived without original stain. 1T>~ilie tax >if N. Longworth, of Cincinnati, is SS(l.:>2'J. ¦ There is some comfort in b...