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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 15 January 1855

T^CE NOTICE. 1 !?f B iiflde/si<£in-<l . w. ishes ^t jvho are |«- . .joVWfi to hiii) by iw . ia, of,b*>ok,account, ' 'O; ,call nndjiijyj -'Hv ' o'i at before j lie tirti-dqy-cf ' t'tbruaty ne^t:\./i'UobK , ;w,hu di6r«?gsrJ ; /&« nolii't! tviii find tfieir ;iccu«iiiw in the ha<)d« of a& officer for.cpllwtion,. . • _,,!., — ;., J.n:. I, 1855,, . ABll'M, ARNOLD.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

Sut Lovengood's Daddy "Acting Horse." ¦ ¦- BT ———, OK TKyXKSSKB. "Hold, tbnt ere hr$s down to the yenrMi.," "lie's a spreadin'-his tnil to fly now."—"Keep him wiiar he is.'. ' "Wo. Slmvcfnit." ''OeV a a*nncin£ a jig." These mid Hke oxpirsstons, we^readdressed ton mien* lookine. lnnsr lt»i»ffp ^ short bndit'<lriwian "headed, wlwtc haired, hog eyed, funny sort of a genius, frqshjlnoio somp bench leprpod clothinsr ?t"rp. afur^mbtinteil ' on "TarpoUe." a nick tailed, how-necked, long*-poor Iwirse, half dandy, hnlf dovil, nnd. enveloped 1 / »H_ovc_r . in a perfect net-worfc of bridle reins, cruppers, martingale*, strnps, circinples, fthd red terretin. w-ho-had-reined up in front of P*t Nnsh's" grocery. among- ft crowd of wild mountaineers, full of tight and .mean whisky. • ' . ¦ "I say, you durned nsh.cat^,.-jist kecip yrtiVf shirts on ! Yon never see«l a rale h'oss till I rid up; Tarpokfl is jist next., to the best hos*, , that ever shelled nubbins, an,' he's dead na a stil...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

. From the Wanlifngion l?n»>n. _ A High Example, Dedicated to the American piergy« "7 hire rpuken npenly to the wnrltfj T have always taught,in the Synagogue, whither all the Jews resort; and ikskcret have I spoken xotiiixg.—Jesut Christ, Johnsrvh'i. There is such comprehensive pertinency in this grand and impressive sentiment, that we hesitate'w'hetherto regard it in the light of an invocation to liberal nnd public action, or as an appeal cf heavenly inspiration against.future intolerance. It refers undoubtedly to the past, but it may also be reproduced for the present. There 'was a significance in the circumstances that led to this declaration. The Saviour was alijtut to suffer and dhfnr his belief. ¦ He was offered up as a sacrifice to a relentless religious proscription. Inflamed bigots demanded his life.upon weak and wicked reasons. They noerawetl the civil ptrwer, and compelled* conviction against justice and law. Be had unc.msritntnly tiffendcd a pmscriptiw and cru...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

Select filtsrellimn The Sight of the Dying. . The late Abner L. Pcn'.land, of Pittsburgh remarked, when he was dying.—"Mother, I can see a great distance,!" " Doubtless this is the experience, beautifully expressed, of every one \\ .0 comes with a chastened faith to a calm de ' ath-f" d. In his progress through ordinary life, the vapors that tloat in the menial atmosphere render the visioniinperlect, and he cannot see far off: but as he draws near eternity, the air grows purer, ¦ ahd the light brighter,-the vision clearer, and serenity pervades the whole being: the vista of futurity opens the eyes of the soul; he beholds the gates of heaven, the river of life, its. glad waters kissing the footsteps of the throne of God ; the glories of the new world grow brighter and brighter upon him. With Stephen, he beholds Jesus at the right hand of his Father; and,-as lie dwells with rapture, on those enlivening sights, the earth and all its scenery grows* dim .about him, and like Eli^'...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

; .. .Citjf-Police-Report,, ' -----'- •-,-; Th% War in; Europe autdtwt-— Trtmmriuua Exnltnirnl in /W/ser's .f ' Viiirf.—The ;most productive source of quarrels among neighbors, is the practice of keeping pet animals. ¦ ¦ In Felt/.tr's court, reside two families— honest well'brcd people of congenial tastes anil habits, except that.the Hopkiusos, who reside at NW. 5, hase a partiality for dogs, while the. Wilsons, at No* 8. show aTfccidod^preference-for-eatsr-^—We huve observed that Ahe poorer people are, the more pets of this ' , kind .they choose to keep. -As mere chroriiclorsof (Massing events, we state the fact, and leave it for philosophers toi>nd out the why .and wherefore. ' .-'"-.' The Hopkinses keep f«mr dogs, of various sizes .ages nnd sexes. . The Wilsons entertain six cats, embracing, as we suppose, similar varieties. At first, the human portion of .the two families were on the best possible ttrms, but the cats and dogs, having a constitutional antipathy to each...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

lorsets are bccmning t<> owltr f » t»rr<tri»I , sh'ov^ in ih c' tfiUinery. ' . ' wiiii d^**: ! SuVit^ ^a»sT» ! ' ai-e VXhibitcd in'the ntW ; tsi ; WypHli*' , gadiivci* ' ouii^groro-yard looking^dnrlingNvrisif fhf f») n» ' T iriictipn of tno yHal, purijon .§;of, tbjj L pdy^mh"! i i cnteil seijse. or pntricimi oniujn. . 1 Vot,.^ T^vl years past the use of corsets Dak' iWcti r^jiafi- ' Hl«d, tntldi."fn«fetd f . c to the" brrirlii, Wk^iioAl and<pb^mc«U ¦of th* ffdmlt; pujiHtfitiniH li j»> ,-tb bo- rt'Ctctti'd ,that \\w sillimss.cf (iishion fa-j (6 stin" aiid l ' now ep u>"l>i our'jnioilu'rjj and fii- Into mdthcrijihe^felfghtbf'awt^rs anil'niidvV-'" tnkttrit, J!»f tho ¦ figure »«ipf«fi'd Ity 5 »Mng ; pinched-jn>at' ,lhe . ,waist;?- .^iDuvii 3iny n>nt, ';Tti)i!- ,t * liuye thn^supU Uj siflrtum of : the frnnm,%" .U*-M*";¦> crenso the ' matrimonial attraction T No one but * tstkipid igntjVnriiiiti wonhi r o«tiiiWe ! s...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

Rather Suspicious.. ¦ . , ; Sam.—Juliuw, when you missed your dog, how did you find out whnr he-went " to?, " /t</r«M-r—W|iy,,you sec,,,Suin f I wa.s. i\«fi»|kin at de north end. de odder dny, nnd saw a large string uii sii.shengcrs hangin outsiJe du door ob a bmciiW'K shop.' I walked by tivo or three timt-H, and de fourth time I whiiuled—andHorr gosfi1 o'uiiglity, SamTde way dtinTKasseiigers " curlvd up was n knushun to thin child. I didn't wniit to hurt de man's feelings, but I knew vvh. ' it had bekoine of dedog. ' Poor Hoy's ('om,ktjb.— 'l'he Prinljng Ofllce has inTIeed proWrTS beuer toiii-ge 10 ninny a poor boy. lins firndiinfed more iiW'fiirandcon'. spio ' iiofis tncmbi'r' s of society, Tiari brongljt out »n.or«' ititollert nnd 1 urncd it into j^rnctical, useful channels." tvvvtikc'tiv'd nioro mtiid. g' onerattid more active aiid elofn'M thottjjfit^ than ninny of the liti'riiry colleges «>f th'e . coihitiy. ltinir mnny a diincy has passed through these' colle...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

A ThM&Bgfrririg Tarkey. ^ ; ~A emitrivci"of- wayfi^nnd ' moahs residinfr. DoivHiEn.tt, ;Honic,s*caj:sago, buiiid/in ivantj:of; a turkey > v.]iei'f>vi^K to l^e thnnkful according, ¦to law, on the .last Tlinrsdiiy inXbvcmb' i'r, '.«i«fl' hits wits to t\oik"to procure 6iiowithontlftl(or; ; ^ ove^rjWootoy*^-$4«Jct^«M>tMarcrjd)»Miy_kn«>V* n 10 fond Qf appffs and ;applp..Uee.H , for. tlwir couch, and our f lH;ro. going, '" tno stiDnesaf'of the night', singled wit a fine tht'goWiler .froiii n tree"imH, bC'loiV ^ iiig ' b < to f -(W-of hi» neighbors. While reconnoit««i1s the.ioost. bs.botird thv fea^ 'j ered ,bincd - S r >.ji8y(. cfistipctlys "qitil', ' /, quit! quit!" Uut considering Uuise ns ' wow ' of course, he did not rcgaVd 'tncnr nfeatncf, but inking « bjt of'md-yarn from ' his pocket ho tn«do, it f«8t(-t». the kg .of, his ri ii\t^ndrd, pme, and retired witlwnit furtherwlnriiiing tlie brood, or at all disiurbitig the oWiier*/ 1 •¦...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

CCPThe number of processes through which a needle goes in its manufacture, is as follows: 1, wire received ; 2, weighed; 3. guaged ; 4. cut; 5. rubbed: G. connjed : 7, poin'ed: 8. washed : 9, cut back : 10, pointed at the other end ; 11. examined; 12, counted : 13, washed : 14, weighed : 15, annealed ; 10, stamped : 17, pressed; 18, spitted ; 11). piled : 20, broken : 21, heads piled ; 22, oil burnt off: 2:5. softstraightened: 24, eretfed : 25; counted; 20. hardened : 27. evened : 28, stropped ; 2 ( J, tempered; ?>(>, weighed : 31, examined : M'i. pu;ked for crooks ; 153, hard-.straightened: 34. counttd: ' 6n, scoured with seven emeries. washed and evened between each ; 30, washed and dried;'37; weighed; 38, evened; o'J headed : 40. weighed ; 41. ground at the point 42, weighed - 4-'5, scoured with one emery and glazed ; 44, weighed : 4H, washed and dried 4li, weighed: 47, evened: 48, headed; 4'.), picked for waste set; 50, weighed by count ; 51, set: f>2. e...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

^Kie-Rai^y^ofrt^Jmte4-ft^ i irit: Thv jyereiiants 1 Magazine containsfiih claJ^r orate article in relation to ihe railways of tim I.nucd Siates, aswcll aninf the wofldw F»i»m i*v we,learn Hint: «ho m\ni!>er of.mU*> ' f/f rail* way now ' in oprratinn upon tin- surface *>f ilii plohe. is40.3'14. <>r these; .11^. aiiTint lie ea.s^rJrt, and.23.3?4.ar« in the mwtcrii hemiV P 1 , 1 ^-, f hey arc distrilinn-d as " follows; Tn 310tniles•:wFrance;2!'tSunuleiVt inlJfel<*iHm, ' ¦ ' - 5S2 nnfes :(iti Kussi* 422iiBili)!*i!Talthlj...l70 . uiileji ;j.n Syv^Un. 75 mile.1: in ^tir^ny^ 42 mifes : in r Spdin. CO miles rinAfiica ^ 25 mili'sin Fh'tfa; ; )lKVtaili'S'; In the l*nr. ! fd"St*t ' e»;-'il ^ ! 528 usH y s! irt"\h* BrilMh a^ctliicWj' 1^27 ' niilcs,; in ihg IjJand; of Culm. 359 milw),:; in rana j mn.,50,jn i M | es sin 5ou|h^ijmrici»,=6p#niU*., THe longest railway in 1 hi- wurld U fbt IIFfndfs'l^rit/wbiiBti; 1 wfth'fisr hfnntfft'ii: fa ?!!i miles in ...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

A Costly ¥u>wkh. ' — The Xew' Vork \firrof snys: 4iA Fifth avenue young ltidy,- wtll k no \\ ji in fasliiunaWe sociVty, was l)»e rccipifir t. on JSrw Year's day, of the most vlvgatit Howti;- gift.wu have ever seen in tbjw.;or any ofltfir country, it was nimle in tli^lwpc of fcn'i'laboraiely wrought table, witli^rociagotiatbasis enclo.sirg a canary bin! .suspended under (he central linsketin a beautiful cagu. Thu flowers were of ihe richest nnd rarest -native mid exotic—and ive *i« told itiat thv cast ofU«« KtipRine pic-ca^lQlty_w^^ ^ iujuly_g.2(iOi_^ri4C party who sent it is rt-pjiuif to Ik- a ittt.irici ' vr of decided ability hnd large Unded hrtTi-sth." — TIr'Threc hundred aniKiwvmy -siy-IU. volutic-.nary Pensioners diedduring the past year. The iiuinlier now on tUc pensiuu foil is .0110 thousand and sixty. ' . CC7"A Yankefl in" low/a luisjiist tnngli>-dnck» to swim-in hot water, and with stic-li Miriysu thai they lay bojlfd eggs. Who say.«t this is liut an ageof...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

^- t&ljotcc J3 actrtj. .ALL'S FOR THE BEST. Bra. r. tctpkr. .All's for tllel>wt! he sanjrulp* and cheerful, " Trimble and sorrow are friends in ili-'giiino. Nothing bnt folly (roes fnitliless aii't feiuful; Cmi nitre forever iHliajipy ami wi*o. . AlpRfur thehost^ if uiHnwniiltl lmt know it; I'loviitcnre vrislic* us :ill t» be blent. This in tin itream for tho imtilit or jweU Henrim w gracious , :Uul all's for the bent. .AH" * Tor the bout; see this on ynnr htiindiird, Sul<!i«ritf Kiulne-t »r |iilg;imul'!nve, ^ Who t<» thn nliores of <lt-ft[i:iir ni:iy lt.iv*> wnmlered, ~?f(\.\ w.iy-«-o;inc<l iw,illfivror licirt-strickim Jove. Al'"- - ,l'or tlie.ljost"! ha :i man Imt rnnft'lini;; I'riivitlcuce teute.-ly governs t!i« ie*t: And.y<y fr:ul b.irk (if liis c-i-p.itin-t' K guiding - A\ isely nnd wearily all for the best. All's for the be^t; then Ilinpr Ayrny terror . Meet all your fo;irsantl your foe*"ilithe van { AnJ, in,the midat ...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

A Gkkat Fibk in J,*favktte. I.vw.tv.y. -f Tu», Men JJurueii to f)e<t ' H. ^ '~On Sjoifa«£ ; night'week a fire broke out at Lafayette,- liidi-' nna. in .the block of buihlings oc«'Uj»!c'd by. Messrs. liose & Son and K.M. Wtaver&,'to.,! which destroyed the'wareholisea of iho^egeiW ileinen, and the atoresof two or Ihree otlwr, persons in Ihe same bjock. ,Tho Hareliou(M.« Avere full uf produce, and thedajnnge to pro j if rty caused l»y fire, it i« tlmught ^ cxtinot ftilf short of SSO. OOO. ; 3Ir. Rose, the proprii'tor of one of the warehouses, and on.Irishman, at. taclied to this estahlj«bniei!l«f AJeswr«.-, >Vta>'«f ifc Co., are reported to havc.pvrisheij in . the flntnes. lJoth were in their stores n ' t the nine ihe fire broke oat, but were unable 10 eHect their escape. - . ., . . n

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

TERM& OF THE COMPILER. $gg-Thc_ Republican Compiler M published every Sunday morning, by Ubxjk J. St.viile, at $l ' ,~5 per annum if paid in advance—S2.00 per annum if not paid in advance. No subscription discontinued, unless at the option of the publisher; until nil arrearages arc paid. ADVRRTtbBMKV'Ts insertcd-at llit' usual rates. Job Work done, ' neatly; cheaply, and with dispatch. ¦ ,: - jgSTOfflce on South Baltimore sti*et, directly opposite Wamjiler's Tinning Establishment, one and a half squares from the Court House.

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

Act. 17th April. 1832, Stc. 1st, -Ths Gettysburg Gymnasium was erected into & Coll«ge." See. 2. The style and title of said College bhull be "PennsfWania College of Gettysburg." At a stated -meeting-of "Ths Bourd of Trnstcen of Pennsylvania C(»llege of Gettysburg.", held Sept. 18th, 1838, it was, unanimously, //«W«erf, "That thin Board hereby establish a Medical Department in Penn-Hylraiiia College." A Faculty was elected and authorized "to give instructions in the city of Philadelphia." By the Act of Legislature of March 6th. 1840. this action of the Board of ; Medical Department of Penn'a. Collej;e7 , ' .. AT* ane cn-diMy infonned lha I n wcrrl effiirt is. lujng^put forth f<»r tlK- ptrrjioiie of <teWt fny^ r' inp the present organisation' of flie Mkoical . DKl»AiiTiK»T of Pennsylvania Golk'ge. located at--Philadelphia. The: nunei of -t he real . ^ atithor.s of this mischief do not> nntli.we pirsiuiic, will not, appear. • They have ninnnged to decei...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

The, Court. •The Jannary (enn of our County €ourt commenced on Monday morning—Hon. R. J. Fjsiibr, President, and Messrs. Rusrbm. and MqCJiNr.KV, AH."«ociatcs. on the Bench. The following'cases were disposed of: ;. QI'AIITKB SESfltOKfl. Commonwealth vs, (atorge Hons.—Assault and battery upiin Daniel Yetttt. Verdict, guilty—and di'fendunt tscntenccd to pay a iiue of 010 and costH of prosecution. ! Cotnmonwealth vs. Andrew Hartmnn ami John Gallagher.—Wrongfully arresting fugitives, from labor. Verdict, not guilty—county txLpayjioots, _ ¦ i '_j._ 1 ¦ _ '. ' .li -. Commonwealth vs. Cbarlen AVe«Ter.—Malicious mischief—shooting a do^, property of Mrs. Shultz. Verdict, not guilty—county to pay ~ costfil Commonwealth vs, William Coe.«--Larceny. Defendant-pleniluuilty, and subinittud to the Court. ' Sentenced to pay S^finei undergo foui months' imprisonment in tlie Coiuity Jail, and pay costs of prosecution. ¦ ComqionweaUh" vs. Oertrtide Utz.~ Larceny. Verttict. not guilty— county to pay ...

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

.JV>i» Hnntpxhire. Politic*. " CoscoBD.Jnn. 17.—The Know-Nothing Convtntion for nomination of Slate officers, which met in this city yesterday., nominated the Uev. John Moore, of the Universalist church, for Governor. Elder Pike was nominated for Congress from the first district: Mr. Tappan from the second, and A. G. Cragin from the third. There isi much excitement among the defeated aspirants for political faino, aiid-many openly threaten to bolt. Concord, Jan. 18.—There is considerable excitement and amusement here ^ving to the discovery-of-the-ftvct-that^Ir.-JIoore-nominated by the Know Nothings for Governor is ineligible, as th« constitution requires a residence of seven years, whereas tlie candidate mavediuto the SisUo within fivo years. AY hat nre we coining to ? Xy*In the U. S. Senate, on Thnrsdny, a message was received from the President, transmitting a letter from the Secretary of War on the Indian hostilities,' representing thst vigorous-measures anymore men wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

$oo,ooa J.M to,'/ & © 9?W' &. it Mk> X&W' flvho Capital City Arl-Iitfon, COLUMBUS. OIDO. BURNKLL & CO\S. SECOND GKKAT -mfT-mynuirPTioN — Every per.-sim having a Ticket gets an .Engraving WOMfl $1. The proprietors talte great pfpa9nre in annonnefnw Jo the citizens of ifie Union, thai in consequence of the great saiisfrtftton nianifpstp d bj tire trclft't-rn'fStrs of onr <5r?t jrrrat F)iatrifmtion, ahrl the tnanj thousand solirrinirons from alf parts of the connfry, in relaiinn io> wherhir wp intend apfling n|> anolhpr Distnbuttnn of Gilts for the people, w« have, after an immense outlaj, been enaMerf to offer to onr thousands of pa<rou» ihe lollowinjj vnltta» ble, majrnifierpr.i. Tint) nupr^cprfi-nferf BRJLLIANTSOH KftlBS.ro be " ili»!ributeaa8 soon hs the ti'-kcH are. sold : FjIst or Gifts to be dis-tribnifd hy the Managers of the Capital jOity Art-Union. TICBKT9 OSTI.T OiTE DOLLAR ! And every one entitled to a h...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

Si;!tMOK,^\VcJcarn that q Ati-SjOuoyK. living near UrcencnHtle, c(«mnitted suicide on friday week. 'Two iiieinberjj of hei family died midettTy sbuietihio'previous, which l)'erea.vmeni it in s^oj iposed ^ cuuisf^ ihwuiily. ^^he ^as ^ foiLnd 8iwpend«l Ky Oie utck, fk-adi . . ¦ ¦ Ip**n6x. l > ,ikBB«. .Si)L*l.K has resigned , his office a.s Alinititcr to 5>puin, auu lion, JoitN C Brkckbkkidok, • of KiMitncky, has' been appoih'tt'd hiiil ennfiriut'd his successor. This is «n>eXoJlen|,.sflection, ' -, , .,. ., :. ^Si toiitiBi/l}K.iTM : op Jilit. MAs^tx.—The Kew Yorlj. T / ibunt. pays that: ,lh« government has Jcu«ived a dispHicb irum the Consul at Ilnyro, Vy-tiwj Biiltic, ;! ni»H6uticing' the death of Mr. iliwon, tlie American Mininter at the Court of France! A; u^i-graphic, dispatch from t\Vashi ington dcnieN this aHSt ' itibii. • Thelant advices avc«itvd We ' re dated Dec. 28th','5 o'clock. P. Jl., whicli ivprcsented that Mr. Mason was in a very critical posi...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

A Terrible Calanuty.—Tbxee Young Ladies Burned to J)eath.: ' .\ The residence of Mr. John Appleton haven, at Fort \Ynshington, (lenmilcN from ihe New-York Citv Hiili. krown ag '-Weldenfield,") was totally destroyed by tire at four o'clock on • •'•ttlij uiwii jiu u, ui^ «ty twin- u t llCn OH e ,,,, . ., ttf.L J« V I ...— ~« Satunln v morning. Three of his daughters, fore '*?'*?»* iA * I3 ' A ^ '«*"""* t>r*t-.,U M.rv. P.r»h and Grace Harm. Wibcir Iive«. Ier "^ 'K" »" unsH>lt ' d m * M * ""» ba - One perished in the ' flume?,-and-two were P uf . '" ^" ' wl»howl "^ l »ffi l ,Y RHlfocuted. The New York Post of Saturday , ___ **- J 1 * U * G __' ... ..L. afiernooii has the following particulars of tho ' .» . r . hA , 1 »"" ¦»» i^ii-fi'fA'/i sadnffair: I H A I \i\{\ )A D fll&li 1 liMj. The family retired to rest ab»mt eleven o * - ! 4 MKKTING of Jhe- Sfae-kboWew *f tf»» clock l»st night, in good henUb. TIm; young : J\. ^Gettystwrg Kailtoa>> X^utftpan...

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