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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

Speaker of the Senate. I Tn announcing the elfction of Mr. Iliesfer, as ! Speaker of-the Senntc r the Inquirer says: "Mr. ¦ Diirsie. a Whig member from Allegheny, strangely enough, voted for Mr. Hiester. The ' 1 course of this gentlemen has excited much stir- I prise." It would indeed have been a surprise, j if Mr. Darsie hnd voted for the Know-Nothing j candidate, Mr. Ilendricks, after the occurrences of the few past months. Mr. Darsie was nominated by a Whig Convention, nnd yet at the command of the Know-Nothing faction his ' name wok dropped from the ticket tacanse ho was not born upon the soil. The Inquirer assented to this despicable trick, nnd yet affects a .surprise that Mr. Dnrsie should not kiss in meek submission, the hand that smote him, through the agency of Know-Nothing agitation. We have no intention to bespatter him wuh praise. He is a Whig, aud we nre Democrats. But of one thing we are certain, the Senator from Allegheny will act boliily and fearlessly in that pa...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

A Sox ok tub Gukat Napoi.kon Bkfoke SeiiASToi'oi.—It is said that General Canrobert is believed to be the son of the Emperor Napoleon I., nnd of Madame de Raincy. He passed the early portion of his life in the enjoyment of the ease aud inmncinnce which a large fortune can bestow ^ and it was not until called from his life of dissipation to attend upon the dying bed of his mother that he learned the secret of hjs birth. Immediately, notwithstanding the accession of fortune suddenly acquired by his mother's denth, notwithstanding the habits of idleness and luxury he hnd indulged in ever since his birth, he declared that, with such blood in his veins, he should scorn to remain inncti vc. He instantly set out for Algiers ns a volunteer in Uie Chasseurs, and has risen by slow degrees to the station he now occupies. The moral effect of his relationship to the great Nu|H)leon has been immense upon the troops under his command and enabled him to obtain an ascendancy which St. Arnaud cou...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

ICT'A decent Sundny has just been enjoyed in New York, for the first time in half a century. "The new Mayor, Wood, astonished the denizens of Uothnm.hy having closed up nearly all the grog shops, and forced those which remained open, to look as if shut. Mr. Wood was nut tlie'-temperance candidate for Mayor. •—Gir- Ttlegrnph. Ominous.—The publication of the Standing Slant, the organ of Know-Nothingism in Huntingdon county, bus been suspended for the want of support, i

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

Renewal of the Erie Troubles. F.kie, Jan. 8.—The Lake Shore Railroad, at Harbor Creek, was torn up, to day. by a mob, bv order of the Commissioners of Highways, and they were this afternoon engaged in tearing down the bridge over State street. Judge Miles and .Sheriff Vincent wt%x pelted with snow balls ami stones, for interfering to prevent the work-of destruction. • PiiiLADKi.i'iiiA, Jnn. 10.—In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania this morning.a writ of assistance warranted, nnd ex-police Marshal Keyser \vs»s ordered to proceed to Erie, and enforce the decree of the court. He will start this afternoon.

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

Ixdki'Kndkn'Ok Moxi'MKNT.—In the North Carolina Senate, at the last dates,.a bill had passed tirst rending, similar in details to those which have passed the Legislature of eight of the old original States, to contribute their quota-towards erecting in Independence Squarcr l'liiliulelphin, a monument to commemorate the Declaration of Independence. Should NoCil) Carolina enact the bill into a law, the requited number of States, nine, will have signified tlieir readiness to contribute to the erection of the monument. Good !

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

&ljc ttqAiblirqit €omptlcr " gETTTSBtTitCr, PA. ^. Mrt?w^Y^ KmSI2«3 T^IA2«.-lSr-lSi r >. r ».--

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

PUBLIC SALE ... or Valuable Personal Property. PTHH E Subscriber, intending to (jilit farming, X will sell nt Public Sale, ai his residence, in Union township, Adams comity, Pa., on Wednesday and/1'hureday, Ihe 2Ut and 22d nf February next, the following Personal Property, »iz: • . Seven Cows, Nine Head of Young Cattle, Hogs, two Narrow-tread VVa«onn,(one nearly lJew;)~one~Graiir Di iHv-Penno«k'a4rnprovKdv nearly new; Lancaster Winnowing Mill, nearly new; Grain Rake, Roller, Corn Sheller, Rolling Screen, good as new; first-Mte Cutting Box; Wood and Hay Ladders,Stone Bed; Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Corn Fork*, Grind Stone, 2 Jack Screws, an excellent Cross-cut Saw, ;i lot of.Shop Tools, Horse Gears, Log Chains, Sixth Chains * Cow Chains and Mailers, Breast Chains, Butt Traces, (a good article.) 3 Spreaders, a firstrate Feed Trough, Rakes and F'»rks t,T all kinds, with many other Fanning Uiensila.— Also, a large variety of Household ft Kitchen Furniture, viz : a large Cook Sto...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

Ohio Politics. ,' Ci.vcis'Kati. Jan. 8.—The State Democratic Convention for the nomination of State officers met at Columbus to-day, when the motion to defer the nomination until next summer was lost by a large majority. Governor Medill and the present State officers were re-nominated by large majorities, A resolution was adopted denouncing slavery and know-nothingisiu and Senator Adams 1 bill amending the naturalization laws: and endor.-ing the Baltimore platform of 1852. The proceedings were calm and orderly. ron»en/»f>n. of Know-Nuihins Seteam. Schkxkctauv, Jan. 10.—A Know-Nothing convention of 125 delegates, composed of seceders from the old lodges, is in session here. The object is to effect a thorough organization to counteract the political influence of the Barker wing of the party, which, as is charged, he is exciting against Mr. Seward. The convention met-this afternoon, and is now holding an evening session, but nothing important has been done. ' . tree Bankin...

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

2)3&2501Sf5).TO253Oa JOHN W. TIPTON, Fmhimmble Barber and Hair Uretwr, can nt all tinted he found prepared to attend to the calls of the pooi)le,n» the 'Iemple, in the Diamond, adjoining the County Building. From long experience, he fl.uiurs himself that he can go through all the ramifications of the TonKO* rial I>cp:irlnion( with such an infinite degree of skill, as \riI! meet with the ehtirr Hiitislaution of all who >uny subiniv their chins to the keen ordeal of bin razors. He hopes, therefore, that by his attention to business, and a desire to please, he will merit as well as-receive, a liberal share of public patronage. The sick will be attended lo at their private dwellings. Gettysburg, Jan. 8, 1855, tf DO YOU W A BT T W KM. M 4DE —T^VNB-ettEAP SLIT OF ttlUtll I'UlTIIIUf IF so, you can be accommodated hy calling on MARCUS SAMSON, " who . has Just opened arid is now selling rapidly at his Store in York street , opposite the Bank, a very large, choice ...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

DERR'S HOTEL, AT PRIVATE SALE. THB snhscriber, wishing ' to rtmnye to ihe Went, offer* ' -nt Priviiie Sale, that truly M&$&£lll&h&d:lj<l,&h i - , sifnnted in North Market Street, Fredrrick Crty, Md. "The improven>ent« consist of a htrgttnnd sabstnntial.Two-Story _>Mft nnuu house, @jj|# frontimr on Market Street, fifty- flHhVflfc five leeth y thirty-six feet deep^ attached.is a hrick Hack Bwilding, Hixty. fed deep;1heie are aim a Brich Smoke House, Hog Pen, and other out bnildinja; « large pnved wagon yawl and a S:nhle, «t«rmhle of Stabling forty horses, with a tw»«riHiling well of. excellent water adjacent Httdu pump stock,J. n thejwiine. The main building was thomugitlj repaired tvro years agq, tlwwooit work being enurwly new; the hnr and kitchen are.supplied with Hydr.int Water and the first floor with Cias. There are good, dry and »iry ceUarn, divided into three apartments, under the whole build* ing. Attached to ...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

TnitKK dm.iJitRX DiunrxBO my Tift: Ijukakixg of ick.—Late on Saturday afternoon three children, two girls and a boy, were seen to fall through an air-hole in the ice, opposite Ugden & Copp 's commission house of this city, and were drowned. The unfortunate children were those of Mr. Owen McCallen. The girls were aged respectively twelve and seven—and the little boy about five years. The c!dest is supposed to have lost hcrlife in her affectionate but vain attempt to save her little sister and brother.—liurlingtun (futon) Telegraph, Jan. I. BcRSTiNd of a Modn'taiv.—The Fort Smith Herald, of the Itiih tilt., savs that a mountain about five miles from Waltlren has exploded three times during the last week. The explosions were very loud and terrific, causing the earth around to quake, throwing up stones and earth, and filling the atmosphere with clouds of dust and smoke.—The report of one of the explosions was heard in the vicinity of that town a few mornings since, a distanc...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

K. B. RIJi:HI,l Ur ; «jioie.fi v « n)*^wf»' »(p » a wr . -ii 1 I \j£jM& I ¦¦& &> is-ii vr 9 „ TVTILL fiiiihtully and promptly,atlend to TT , all business entrusted to him. . II* * p:akt Ihe GeriwHi7 language., Office "" il: ~ the mime' pUiire. in South llaluinbre street * n«ar Forney^s Drug Store, and nearly ' oppo«il« Dinner <t Xieg W* Siore.; [March 30. WM. B. McCLELLAN/ Attorney at Law. OFFICE on the south side or the Piiblie Square, tvro doors wesl "of lit* Sentinel office.. A og. 22^.1853.: I). M'CONAUGHY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Ofike removed to one door Wtt»t of Bncliler'« Driig*Bo^.8t»re7CrM«inSr*burg »tr«f^) Attorney & Solicitor for Patents aud Pen»lont«, BO UNTY Land Warrants, Mark-Pay suspended Claims, ami all othrr claims agiiinotthe Government at Washinginn, D. C.: also Amerirsmdarms in England. l.and Warrunts located nnd sold, or bought, and highest n rices ffiven. •. Agents engaged in [onnttng warrants in Iowa; Illinois,...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

Law Decisions Judw Thompson lately deckled that-where a married woman re-pnblishes a will made by her before marriage, lie will must be pw^nt.and the same fonnaiity observed "«"*•* *"'* was then first executed. The act of 1848 requires that such a will »* «eenw*W" the presence of two witnesses, neither c! winch shall be the husband. ' , i Judge Hare lately suspended an attorney from practice six month*. for speaking to two iurors upon the subject of a case aftcr-fteCourt tad committed it to them to form a verdict Judge Sniyser recently charged a jury that where a store-keeper or landlord sells lipitor to young men, whom by reasonable inquiry or fce tnihjibave known suspected iud"Wtiit gor to be minors, he runs his own risk of a prosecution if they prove to be under age. Their decl arations of their age are no excuse to him. In the ltep»rts of decisions by the Supreme Court we find among others one by Judge Knox. that occasional acts of drunkenness will not constitute the per...

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

The Senator from Boston. The Nashua (N. H.) Gazette—referring, we suppose, to Dr. Barker, the recently-elected State Senator from the Boston district in Massachusetts—gives the following specimen of the stuff from which know-nothing dignitaries are made: "A native of New Hampshire, he early 'left NeW Hampshire for New (Hampshire's good.' A veteran office-holder, he clung to the -spoils with the tenacity of death to a deceased African. He must have been cousin-gennan to the man who. when asked how he contrived to hold office under all changes of government, answered, that 'an administration must be d rd smart to change quicker than he could. The vicar of Bray was an absolute know-nothing to this political weather-cock. A* professed democrat on the eve of Polk's election, fancying that Clay's chances were best, he joined a Clay club, and as a reward for his eleventh hour apostacy was deputed to go to the whip; head-quarters to get the result of the voting in New York, which it was...

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

NEW GOODS AOALN ! sanies: HAS jost opened one. of the largest, prettiest ami cheapest stocks of FALL & WINTER GOODS ever brought to Gettysburg, and he invites the public lo call, examine'and judge lor themselves—no trouble to sli iw Goo<ls. His new stock embraces a very large variety of I^adie*' Dress Goods, such as Silks ' , Turc Satins, Mous Delanes, H<iiiib;r/,irie/«, French Merinoes, De8a«;es, A'paccas, Coburg Cloths, Ginghams, Calico*». &c. &c. &c. In ihe line of Crcntlemen'N Wenr, he has selected a choice lot, of all styles and prices: Cloths, Cashmeres, Vestiugs, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans, &c. &c. His slock of FAXt.Y GOODS is also verv fine, and too numerous to enumerate. Call and see. Thankful for pant favors, SCH1CK solicits ; a continuance of public patronage. He will always endeavor to deserve it, by selling good GoodK, at the lowent living prices. " Quick ' Sales and Small Profits," is his motto. I Octobe...

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

].o.ofR.in. YOU will meet every Friday evening* at «J o'clock, in Mie Wigu-ani, (McCon-Hughy'ij H«tll.) Punctual attendance is requested. AUG. SCHWARTZ, C. of*. 03?"Persons wishing loconnect tltemselves with thin Tribe,, will please apply to any of the members. Gettysburg, Nov. 13, 1851. Cio HAY WANTED. PER SONS having liny to sell, willdo well by calling on the subscriber, in Gettysburg, who is desirous of purchasing. The hig hest nmrkrt price trill be pni.l ai all tiiues. O^-As lie intend* having the Hay, after lirinj. ' (lucked, hauled Kitfier to Hanover or Baltimore, the preference to haul tv ill bvgiven to those from whom he may purchaRf. SOLOMON POWERS. Dec. 6, 1852. tf ~ LET TffiSiPACT3 BE WoTwnT THAT A Bit AM ARNOLD has jn«l re. turned from the E iislern citien, with the largest anl best selected stock «>f goods fur Men and Boys* wenr ever befote offered,which lie is new making up, at ihe Old Stand * where he invites all who wish to purchase CLOTH' ING, made ol . ...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

NEW STORE. FARM KUS, look to your interfPts. If you want to get back the money you lost, just call at the Northwest corner of the Diamond, where you will save at leant 25 per cent, and gel the full worth of your money, and where you will not have to pay fur those who don't pay. Don't forirei to bring your money. Also bring along anything and everything you have to sell—such as BUTTKR, KUGS, BACON, LARD, RAGS,and everything you think will sell—aud 1 will buy at what they are world. JuYt call at the People's Store. SsS'The Stock consims of DRY GOODS, Groceries, Clothing made 10 order. &c. JOHN HOKE. Gettysburg, Jan. 15,1855. tf Executor* ' Notice. JOHN DKLhONKAS KSTATE—Letten f ) testamentary on the estate of John Del lone, lab- , of Hamilton township, Ad;im» county, d.-cea8P<{, having bnpn granted to the undersigned, residing in Paradise tovrn»hij>, York county, they hereby give notice to all persons indebted to 8?id estatts to make immediate payment, and th...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

LAST NOTICE IN retiring from business, the subscriber desires to lelurn his grateful nek now lodgments to his friend*, and the public generally, who have so ' liberally patronized him during n period of a qunrter. of a ceniury, nnd solicit for his Sons, in the New Firm, the generous support so long extended to him. As it is necessary that liin business be closmf, he hnreby gives notice to all persons knowing themselves indebted to him by note or otherwise that his accounts have been placed in the hands of It. G. McCreary, Esq., for collection, to whom nil penons indebted will please make immediate payment. He hopes this will be the LAST NOTICE required, as :he long indiiluence given them should prompt them to discharge their obligations immediately. SAMUEL FAHNESTOCK. Jan. 15, 1855. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. AM BETIN Ci of liie Adrinis county Teach, era* Association will be held intho Leo* ture Room of the German Helonnod Church, in GeUysbur<r, to commence on Thur»day,the ...

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

€bc Jtuivkcts. Corrected from the Uteftt RaIMmore,Y«rfcA Hnnoyer pnpern BALTIMORE—FRriMT list. Floor, per barrel. $8 75 to 8 87 Wheat, per bushel, 2 05 to 2 15 Rve, " 1 20 to 1 35 Corn, " 91 to 94 Oats, •" • 50 to 55 Cloverseed, " 7 00 to 7 25 Timothy, " 3 25 to 3 50 Whiskey, per gallon, 35 to 37 Beef Cfattlc, per hund., ~3 25 to 4 75 Hogs, ¦ " 6 00 to <i 25 Hay, per ton, 18 00 to2l 00 Guano, Peruvian, per ton, 50 00 to51 00 IIAVOVKR—Tiicnsnjtr i,*UT. Flour, per bbl.,/rom stores, $9 00 Do. " " wagons, 8 37 Wheat, per bushel, 1 90 to 2 00 Rye, " ' 1 22 Com, " . . *. , ,85 Oats, " 50 Cloverseed, " 6 50 Timothy, " 3 00 Plaster of Paris, per ton, 7 00 YOltK—Fnimv i,»»t. Flour, per bbl.,from stores, $9 25 T)o. " from wagons; 8 55 Wheat, per bushel, 1 95 to 2 10 Rye, " 1 22 Corn, " 85 Oats, " 50 Cloverseed, " C 25 Timothy. " " 3 00 Plaster of Paris, per ton. - T 00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

"Barwan" opposedto.the Know nothings. If iherv is t»nc man in the United States whose sincerity in opposition to Catholicism is unquestioned and unquestionable, it is the. Rev. Dr. Nicholas Murray, of New Jersey, whose books and periodical articles under the" signature of "Kirwan" have earned a world-wide reputation. Whtn. such a man. therefore, takes ground against the Know Nothings, his position challenges attention ami respect. In a late work entitled "Parish and other Pencil* lings," he puts himself jn decided antagonism tb that secret organization. He devotes a chapter to the coasideralion of "Popery in the United States," and after viewing the subject in all its bearings, he comes to the conclusion that Protestants have no cause for alarm on account of the Catholic emigration to this country. He savs: "I^t;the frish and continental papists come: we have roonj for them all. We would have no objection' to the coming of the Bof* himself. Unless he can o«t-preach _««« we haw n...

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