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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

Let us Have It . Mr. MaxweMj asked leave to submit a reso lution asking the President of the United -States to make a statement to the House of the number of foreigners employed in the different departments ' of the government, and the number which have been appointed since the : 4th of March, 1853 ; leave not granted. — , ff'anh. Union. i We hope that some such resolution will be ! passed. A great noise has been raised through' out the couutry about foreigners holding office, and we should like to see the matter settled by an official communication from the President himself. We feel confident that the national administration can - exculpate, itself fronr ail blame, and we wish it done. The public press of the country, opposed to President Pikrck, has liecn dealing long enough in generalities, and it is time to let the truth be known. We would also suggest, that the resolution' embrace the inquiry of how many preachers are in office, and* to what persuasion they belong. Thi...

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

Communicated. At a meatlnp; of Ofittrn U*\&>. Vo. 1^4, 1. O. O. P.. on Tuemlay evwiinj( la«t. the follnwinj; preamble and rexoiutions were iiiMriiiiiotMly adopted : WitKRKAS, it li.v> pleam~1 Almifrhty Kod to vinit u« appiln with axevere diH|wn»»tioii o.' IUh Divine rro»i.lfn«e. ill eallinK from time to eternity lin>. (J-KOIUiK HAKTMAN. who but a<hort time, ago luvl cnnnticteil hiinnplf with our Order, anil li.-vl acarcely time to become itcqtniuted with iu proceptn. anl re.-ilir.u it» intrinsic worth, when he was niliniiioiieil to clmnt^" III" nieniljerxliip from a terrontrisil to u celeilinl Order, wherene trust he ix now enjoying tli« rout tint ivniuinetli for the ]ie >ple of <Jntl.—Thim " li>t>ciii<.tt|irn of I'rovi. dence should te.ieh us t>> remeuil^r the p.iKHKe of holr writ, whicli xayn. k -be ye al»o rewlytfor in «neh nn Iniur a* you think not the son of man co.iieth."" lie it therefore, ...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

A Curtain.Curb for Sr;Rom.A.—Nicholas Longwiirlh, the famous miUioiuiiro and winegtower.of Cincinnati, publislics thu following cure fur ncroful*:—- ' '* " Put 2oz. of aquafortis on a ptate, on which you have two copper cents. Let it remain from 18 to 24 hours. Then add 4 or., of clear, strong vinegar. Put cents nnd all in a large mouthed botile. and keep it corked. Begin by putting 4 drops in & teaspoon full of rain water, and apply it to the sore Make the application three times a way, with a ?°ft Hair pencil, or made of soft rags. If very pninfui, put more water. As the sore heals apply it weaker. I request editors, in all parts of the Union, and abroad, to copy this, and to re-publish it quarter yearly; it may save many lives. N. LOXGWOHTIL finctntio/t, Ohio, Nov. 18, 1854. —P. S. Capu Uarkness, ef our city, the first person cured by ibis rerncily- applied it without water, and he informed me that he thought it would burn his leg off; but the nest day it was cured. H...

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

. . MSSCLTTPXOWs^ rrMIR partnership heretofore existing fie-_|_ /tween the SnbscHours, under lh« name and style of S. Fahnestoek & Sions, M this day dissolved oy limitation. All persons indebted in «» will please call andseitle. as it is necessary that our books should be eloped immedMlely. Euher meinlier of ihe Finn is authorised to use the names of the Firm in settling: their hiisiiiess. ' . SAMUEL FAHNESTOOK, JfAMES F. FAH.NESTOOK, H KNIIY J. FAHN ESTOt'K. Jan. I, 1855. CO-PARTS ERSfllP. THK undersicneti have " this o»y furme<l a Co partnership, under the ntumnn«tsi«lH of FAHNESTOCK, UttOTHKUN,- Ho^rnj; for n continuance of the liherul pairou.i^u h ' tsrv!- tofore eximi<red lo the old FirmT they wfll in return do their utmost to merit the confidence reposed in them hv the public. JAMES P. FAHNBSTOOK, „ H EN«Y J. FAH NESTO« ?K, EDW. G. FAHNESTOCK. Jan. 1. 1855.

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Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

A. P. WfNCHBSTER, Suptr'ti March SO, 1854. ¦ * ' Hanover Branch Bail EoacL CHANGE OF II(WHS. fl^RAIN.S over the Hanover Branch road X now run as follow* : 1st Train will leave Hunoverni 3.15 A. M., with PftRsenffera for York, Harrisbtlrg, Columbia and Philadelphia, "»ml return n> Han<>v«>i with Passengers rronv BMitiiurirtt at 12 M. This Train connects hUo with the Espres* fur Ualiimore, arriving them ni I P* M., flopping m Glenrock, Parktoii and tlorkeysvilln. 2d Train will leave Hmiover nt 2.1& P. M. with P«8fengers for UttJtiumre, arriving ihere at C 30;' and return immediately with Pusscng«-r« from York, &c., at'5.45 P.M. - 3d Train will Irave Hannverat 4 3-4 P. M. with Piissengere for York; ami rVturn with Paunneers from Baltimore »it H P. M. The Monday morning extra twin will leave for Baltimore at 5.30; return at ?, A.M. EDWARD 12. YOUNG,.?-«»/. ¦H anover, Oct. 10, 1854.

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

The Crimes ^Casualties the Past Year. We find in our exchanges tabular statements of the crimes nnd casualties in the United States during the year which has just closed. The footings up are as follows: The total amount of property destroyed Hy fi re is estimated, in round numbers, at twenty-five millions of dollars. : The number of persons whose lives have been sacrificed hy burning buildings is put down at one hundred nnd seventy-one. : Tle.e have t«een one hundred and ninetythiee railroad accidents, killing one hundred and eighty-six persons, and wounding five hundred and eighty-nine. . . . There have also been forty eight steamboat accideuts, killing five hundred and twentyfive. During the year six hundred and eighty-two murders were committed, and eighty-four persons were executed. In the State of New York alone there were seventy-four murders and seven executions, and in California sixty-four murders and fifteen executions.

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

Death*of Martin* Van Bi-rbn' .-—It is with no small degree of regret that we announce the death of the celebrated lion Martin Van Buren. He died a few nights since in the menagerie Rooms of Raymond & Co., who are wintering their stock of aninials in this city. The lion was presented to Martin Van Burn, during the time he-was President, by the Emperor of Morocco, who also sent the President, at the same lime, a pair of full blooded Arabian horses. As the President of the United States is not allowed to accept any gift from a foreign government, these animals were sold at auction in the city of Washington, soon after their arrival. Raymond & Co. became the purchasers of the lion, and ever since that time he has been known only by the name of Martin Van Buren. This lion at the time of his death was about thirty year 's old. He was. doubtless the best trained animal that was ever exhibited in the United States.— Auburn (N. F.) Advertiser.

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

JIARRIEB. ^ At Oak Grove, SpaMing cuiintv. On., on the evening of the'JlKt Dec. lant, by the Her. John <_'. Kimutohx, Mr. It. D. I.OTT, of Adam* county. l'iv.. to Mi" MZXIK JANK, daughter of John 3. l-ott, dee'd.. i>fAuximti\, Gn. In Baltimore, on the Oth inxt., t.v Rev. A. W. f.Mlv. Mr. HKCBEN F. KUi'jrtoMiM JANKI1. ALLKN-all o ' f that citr. DIED. On . the Sthlnst., Mr. JACOli W1NTBODE, of thin Minnty, ajcwl 63 yearn 1 nwnth and U7 dayg. ' At the rexidence of hi* uncle. J.iol Wiurman. near York Spring, on the lltli ult.. TITUS HILTON, (on of William and I'hfleb.; Kiltun, of Uordentown, N«w jermy, «koJ 14 rear* and 14 day*. On the 5th nf Octolwr, niiitr Salem. Ohio, HUTU HAM' MOM), (ronnurly of thin county.) in the 83d yearof her *%». On the 4th in«t.. in Henrl.!r»villo. .VUmit county. Mi-«. CATIIAUINK KVSTKK. relict of Jacob Ey.ter, ngod 60 year 10 inontlis and '20 day*. On the l»t inxt., nt the reaidence of hi* Ron. in fowlxbcrry York county. Mr. JOHN HUNT, form...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

A Hoft War at tjib Wbst.—The western part of Jersey county, in Illinois, at the latest aocounts, was in a state of civil warfare, occasioned by the residents of the prairie driving their swine into the woods to feed upon the nuts and acorns, which are there in great abundance, against the wishes of the residents in that sec tion. The parties are designated by each other with the significant sobriquets of "swamp dogs" and ''prairie wolves. !H7*Thc failure of Gen. Larimer, the banker, at Pittsburg. seems ' to have caused considerable excitement there. On Saturday a female who had deposited S200 with him attracted a large crowd around the baliking house by relating the story of her loss. They subsequently, however, quietly dispersed on the appearance of the police.

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

.YOTteti. AS I have rented out my Foundry, to tnke effect from and after the 1st day of April -ne^ ^-awMmmg anxious to cI oa; up th e—4mhhne*tj of the xame, I hereby give notice to all persons having claims a<>ain«i me, or^the late firm ol "T. WARREN & SON," to present ftir>m for settlement,and those 'knowing idemselves-tu be indebted to rue, or said firm, in money or tr.ide, are re<|nested to c<tll and make ^eille.-iieut by that lime, as alter said date I shall be away from the foundry. I intend ttris-t^te^the-otily-nottce-1-fihatl g ive, and~~a1l persons, interested in the same, will do well to «ive 11 their immetiinte attention, as after the above dale 1 intend to plaue. all my claims ju the hiiirls of an ofh>rr for i:<>llKriirui. Jan. 1, 1S55. T. W'AKIih'V.

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

READY-MADE CLUTtlllSG. George Arnold HAS now entered in ihe Clothing business extensively, and has ; EXPERIENCED WORKMEN in his employment, constantly cutting>ntand maktnjj up, out of his own cloths. Ov-«r (' oats, Dress C-oais, Pantaloons, Vtm«, Monkey Jackets, Sir.jSlc. ' ¦ ' All kinds of Clothing made to order, on short notice. Constantly on hand and fur sain a "rc;tl variety of Clothing, of lite own manufittUiring, ai cheap at the cheapest. * Call nnd see them. We cannot be beat. October 30. 1854.

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

Baltimore & Susquelianna Railroad. CtHANGK OF HOT}RS,—Way l*a«^n V*r / Train leaves Cnlver* >Sl<ition at 8.1ft a H Arrives sit York at Hah Accommodittion Train leaves Culvert ' Siation at . 4.45 p w Arrives nt York at » 7.42 r m KxpresB Train leaves CalvVrt Station at IU r M Arrives ut York at Ii r H RKTl'RKINn. Way Passenger Train v>ill leave Hart riaburg nt - I.-IA p m Arriving at York at 3.4ft n» Express Train leaves Hnrriahnrg at ¦ MSm Arriving at York nt 9.54 am

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

A Giraffk Drowkrd—On the 30th ult. a monster giraffe, belonging to "die menagerie of Mr. Van Amburg, while being removed from thfr steamship Philadelphia at New Orleans, fell overboard and was drowned. It is said to have c*st $15,000. IIollow»t'8 Pili.8.—Debilitated C«flwtltution».—-The woittlerful power pmwewed by <lic.<-e Pilh, in irach. tli.it UVjr perform the montivtonixliing cures liv restoring health wImhi all other mean* foil; case * of <let>ilitatod constitution* 1'V their une an completely invigorated, the delicate and wenk are made Htnmg. The daughter centreing into wumnnhood, or the mother nt the turn of life, alike derive unspeakable Wnetit by the n«e of this mtifhty medicine. It in alv> roceiiimeDded "to the Citiiem of the Union M an effectual remedy for general derangements of the pystein.

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

TTAS Uls Office one door went of ihe Lutheran iL church, in (5hau derslmrg Mr»-rl. an«l opponite Grrtiitmet's store, where tlione »itliing tohaveany Duiitul Operation performed nre respectfully invited io<-all. ¦ . . HiriHtKtii: Dr. D. Gilhen. Dr. C. N. Ui-rliirhy.I>r.!). Horner, Rer. C. P. Krmuh, D.I).,Ht»r. H'.'L? B»>i»ghpr, D. I)., Rev. Vmf. Willm ' hi 'M.'Jtyi nolik.Rev. Prof. M. Jiicobn, Pr«if. M.L.Stiever. Gettysburg, April II, 1853. if

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

Fixed up ia the New! Come and See TJbJ jfieuii all t !«' * , nnd my whether it is nut right, NEW 8TVI.B OF' HL'SINKSS ON' TWE OAfiH PHINOJPl-K, "QUICK *jVLCSAN0 SHOUT PROFITS!" r|if!K subscriber bus lust /relumed froin tlia J. .Oily with a very large and fine as>sori» ' In* fit of . Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, of ev«ry uF,s«ri|)ti(ni -and fashion, which he will s<«ll oh good terms, for (lash or iis equivalent. 1 liavo (lone a heavy-Credit'business for nearly 21 y«rs, ami the consequence iins l>H(-n a heavy loss mi s.iles.' I now iuifiitl to dovnie my whole liuie to my Store, and l;<'fp u lar<;e assortui4nt of HATS and SHOKN, ami s«ll tlrein us aheap as iinjr body else ouu. lor Casli'or itsffjuivalent, |iayuu>ut in a slmrt limp, and lor Country froduce pnnrtually <le--livertd wlie'n wnutpd—'and entirely destroy life old habit of lontr credit, By tlii« pUm 1 can keep up my Stoclt, cjnd. sril Goods on b«'tter tt-rins. -Come and see ...

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Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

.aaB2!i3Aa'jjiQffai, '- No. *240 Pratt Street, Baltimore. 7 - IJJttA-Kl/K-N-OD-K-rPronriWw. - JOHN G. KNODE, Superintendent. May 8, 1854. ^ 4^. - . (Tljt iliiirritnu's /ricnii! HOLLO WAY'S PILLS.. Tit Hi* , (itizem oj the United hates: f .MOMT lunnbly and sincerely thank you for th« immense patronage which yoa h' ave bestowed, upon my- Pills. I lake this opportunity of st.itin" that, my Ancestors were ail Amt'rie.iii VA\ ' vm\ s, and thai I entertain for all th.it ciincern.s Aiherica and the Americans, the utKSl lively syiupalh'es, so niiicli so that I mi-¦fin.illy compounded these Pills expressly t;> suit your climate, habits, constitutions, and m inner of living, intending :o establish myself among you, which 1 have now done, by taking premises In New Yorki THOMAS HOLLOAVAY, 3$, Corner of Ann and Nn-iviii $!*., A'cw Ytirk PUKIFKJATI ' ON OV THK BLOOD, AND I.IVEH A.NU I1II.IOUS COMPLAINTS. TIik citizens oflhe Union sutfer much from disorders of Ihe Liver nnd Stomach, sca...

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

AMERICAN AKTISTS? UWIOlTt r|THBAMEKiCAH A\trrists. * ' VstflH wnnli re-JL ^iSiwrtfulij aunoonc* lo the eitii^ns of tha-UtiiU'd. Stales and ilie Can<#is,tiwt .foT tlte . ., puftfose t»f cultivating a taste fox the .fina aj-is ^ ihronrjhoHt thjs eoHBtry, ¦aiid : ' .wMb ? a. «U'-v oir ' e/iablint/every family to bteojpe possessed ©g- ' agalleiy-«»f EngHVHigs, . : . t mL. By the first Artists of the Age * - Ihfey have tfrterioined ^ 'in order to creatP ffh extPn$i«e safe for iheir Eh"wv.iitgs,.antl' ih'ua; n»i' rtiil j %tr*. .vinploy rariti to- a torge niiinbeif of arti^s ami 'oihers, &ut inspire aiucirtgout* edfttifty'iiiea a Kjste for wnrkswFa'rt; to present t» 1 tli«' '^ rn"n«p« ; ria'b'f'tBm'E'n2rav.iiig8,'* hfcni' 2^XU0* ' of'»'iiinfc I arpsoldv-' : ' ; ' i a^V^ GiF'jfC^rth e icn:ir.iL. cos'^* Kich. {MtwA^asitof tuUn e Ihitiar Knewi"?* ther»fti|«c wic*ftv«?»..L*o^ only a« . Knjfravin^ ric»il.y/ ; Kjri»rill ilie nwiurtt . Hut aJi^o- a. tickets vvhWi euiWtf»hm toie...

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

. ¦}<M^eA^ih,mih. Hc|«iiraljle previajon, in 4ttis is,iinn<>, ^bf*wi«s Bkop«j*| Uf fj wlio, from ¦ u£b?t«KDr-4na$jvj5,;|>f ,un<fcr. .whatever pre» ? *(S*^ fi riier. op e«ty j-ffHudiuto auy of. i|s^ ¦}>iy5B^"p»ot'isi«bj, ^ <)r, covertly .retreating,. *W4r 'fctte ? cioifb'»f » ¦' fSocrcfc organism fani ^^Wjf^ rta its'spirit; ; tr avoid e*>Ti)pli-^ Sce^fJti7T<s^c ; tc2rr7 ( ^t )e.sTs^ dirrtmtrrir^ttie - ^I^" p|jlh4^-Jf^li c^ k. an<l^eio iy tlicirJWJv palpable and solemn oblig ations,. I*pt erfaining.fcl»«5Be<vi<Mvsvia<>w *" n ¦ tt "J <A>. ni ? r .'* «an -patriot•ffegiirtd,-«i»k tjteleaaj; d>£rco of rhmpliicenjC*;, tlig.continued nii'l embitter* . anpf ed excitement k>f joiie 'section /if theCounf ry jagaig^#4^»«#tl«?jnift(t«tiig«^O!f her; *ti?}the qipj&xeqeui jtrgtimz-iiiqu f£ f*?0!'^1 societies UiVoogbOttUlie Unifln, basr.d up'Mi tfoott-i^gfc of exc...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

f he riaid Times , ;tOQe- i> ofv.Uie Button jouruals.^he Eveniiig Xvaflfi^P1 - !»!»!> i|iscoyereil I hut (lit-cause of (he preseut hrird unie(* in the L"uiU*«| Sffties is this, i,h»t ^England 1t(is teen growing re. " 1 i^t ourtx-{>»jns© and accuiuulatiu^ bcavy balaiict'.s uguinst * is- ' " •; ". . " .,. " . - .••', ,. " " ¦ .. . ¦ ..tVjgfiirttuiately fothifi tlieory. it liappotisthat the tiines ^ aie as ' . hand in,Eiiglund as they are )iere A ,H«kivjr failures hrive taken ;plmx> there as. well as with us. ,Tlje iuoiwy : . market, in t!je figurative lanjjuage of Thi cadnccdle street, is timid; it palpitmes with pcrp«tMiilra|ipre hciisionsr; there isa general want of conn dencti; enterprise stanil^^nll; Uhing s. ore in sucli a .sta^e that the borrower caiinot count uyon the forbearance of the lender, and louns jimde on the beSt flwjuridcs, such as pledges of public t.U)i;k, aie liable to be lecalled. at any iiioment. (Joldstil! flo,ws inco \ )wi coun...

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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST! ri^HK undersigned h\\s jnst redirned trom JL Philadelphia with a ltirge and f.isltionable " (!? ': ijoi33 mMZ >a, which he wiJl dispose of at VEUV ItEDUOEl) PKlC-RlS/ro all who may favor him with a call. His assortment consists of the following: SHAWLS, FLANNELS, PLAID SILKS, MUSLINS, F. MBUINOES, LINEN, M. DELAINES, BLANKETS, WOOL PLAIDS, QUILTS, - DEBEOES, CLBTHS, CAS H M EK KV, C A SSI N ETS, PEK.MAN CLOTHS, SATINETS, CALICOES, COLLAllS, VIN G H A M S, H A NI) K EUC'FS , RIBBONS, • . VEILS, &«.. Also, a lot of Groceries ;md Queensware, which were bought low and will'he sold low for (Jauli or country produce. To punctual customers a credit of six months. .1. S. GRAMMER. October 16. 1S51. tf II .4 HDWAUK. 4 .LARGE addition to our slock of Hanfjfr\_ware, Carriage Trimmings, &c, h;is been made, and those in want of any article in that line, should not f.iil to examine our stock. We pledge ourselves to <ell cheaper than the ch...

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