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Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

LOOKING- GLASSES, B'ictlire Frames, &c. "VS"TE invite the public to examine our su-? *' perior stock of Plain and Ornamental Gill LOOKING GLASSES, PORTRAIT AM) PICTURE FRAMES, WINDOW CORNICES, BRACKET TABLES, &e. We are manufacturing every description of Gilt Work and Fancy Wood Framcx, on the most |)k>:i sini' terms. Also, Importers of French and German Looking Glass Plates. Old work Jh-Gilt with , neatness and despatch. {fcjy-Persons visiting Baltimore will do \veil lo examine Our assortment-. Orders from the tioniitry "will be~ attended~ta -faithfully and promptly. M. BARRETT & BRO., Gihhrs, S2 Frnwiiiil St.. (•¦irnerParatiijn. - cq)ix«.ito "Western Hotel," Jlaltiuio ' re May 8, 1854. ly

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

KO"\V ]is mti TiMJi; S'•'VlfKA V RR ri'ftp^tMlully announrps to • ihft l.ailit'^ Jt rnl GeuiU-tiion of'G«>iiy«l»uig a»id yicintly,_that lie hns resmutd ihe l)a»uerjreotypetiu(*iftf»s.e , at th« old «t*nrf. in Chambersborff street, wh«re be will be happy to r«- feeive -visitors desirous <»l spcyrinjj (lerfect Dagti/rreofypes of tlminsplvps or friends. Being furiusbed with an entirely new anil coBtfy apparatus, b*is pr«-|>arc<( to lake picttirt-8 in eVfry style of llie Uri and insure perfect satisfaction. B£jf=Ohar«»es from 50 cfints to #10. g^-Hours of opeMiin"- fro m 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. fi @"lti dr«*«s nv« ' u\ lig ht, red, blur, or purp le. Dark dress adds nuu'h to the beauty of the picture. . Si*|i. t, 18,-185 -{- lf

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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

PAPER-HANGINGS. IVII 0 I. E SALE .9 N1) li E TJ IL. riMl E subsirihers are d.illy add ing to :heirex-JL tensive assortment cf Papcr-IIailgf tig's and BtordfM'S, some new and beau-:ilul styles for their Sprinsj sales, to which they ask the attention of the trade and the public in "eneral. The assortment r'lnbraccs new DRAWING ROOM DECORATIONS, ir jroltl, p lain and rich rotors; also, handsome designs for Passages, Dining Rooms. &c. Also, a l.ir^e. varii-ty of common and medium q uality Satin and- (!oramnn Papersof new ami tasteful designs. f^>' Our city and coi'in* Irj- Iriends are invited to view the assortment, conl ' uli-nt tb« v y will find it Uie largest in the ciiy. and prices as low, as we have ijieatly iurreased our ! ' <teilities, by introducing many new

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

4iv4 »r»v^um;iiis_iu_uur_f-iciory. . HOWKI.L .V BROTHERS. ^07 lialtinmro St.. bsluci-n Cluirli-* and Light Su, May 8, IHJI. ly /t(> M E ON E ! COM E A Lf, !_ 'Fo - .<ree those \ I c.be.ip Goodsju&t ri'ci'ived by ' Oct. 2. A. ARNOLD. "I" «<!5f > s' Orrss ei<xnls. of every style, \.J blk Aipacra for 10^ cents; Cashmere 1-i A; O.'hpif-s from 16 to 37} cents; dli<-ne$ (roin , r i to 10: Mu«.li'iR from " > in l^f; w\\ ev-rv t'lin" e!~«-1ti |T'>|iiiin-jn, at tiif N« » Sir.r,-.,t " Oci lli. J. S. GKAM.MER.

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Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

2Sft Mtrkr.1 stre,:t, above Httt, Philndrl phiti V. 1. Slitsla & BSro., l*ro;>rf<Moi-s. ^S^HI^ House Una n central location, on on« L of the princi p al thoroughfares of iherity. No effoii sp.ired to make visiicrs comfortable * I -00 per day. June 12, 1831. ly

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 22 January 1855

A LARGE addition to our stock of TlarJ-^. JL ware;- (J'arriaoe Trimmings, &c, has been mai e, and those, in want of any article in that line, suould not fail to examine nuf stuck. We pledjjn ourselves to soil cheaper than the cheapest. Come to FAHNESTOUKS'. October 1«. 185-1.

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

SPOTJTINGr! SPOUTING! /"I KOR(1 # K and Henry Wample.r will make \ T House Spoutiitjr>iiul jnit up tbesaaielow. lorc.ash i>r oouiury prpilue.H. Farmers and all others wishing their Houses, Harris, fee. spouted, would do well to «ive them a call. U. &. H. WAMPLtilt. April Ifl, lR5n.

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

THE YOUKG REBEL. A Tale of the Carolinas. BT J. JI. SANPRRS. In a pmall farm-house , towards the close of the yt ar 1780. sat an old man, his wife, and an only, son. The 4ace of the father appeared troubled; at times he looked thoughtfully on the floor, and then he wonld gaze long and ^ riirtfrilly-at- his son, a fine, manly youth of twenty. Atrlength he said—"David, this is disastrous news from Cnmden. God knows what will become of the country now ! ¦ Congress needs every arm that is capable: ah ! me, I wish this, old wound I got in the French war had not lamed me : but . [ L j ' ¦ ; • for it, I should be now . shouldering my musket and marching to defend my country." Both son and wife looked up at these words. Tho old lady ceased knitting and gazed inquiringly at her boy,.and it was evident, from tlie expression of her face, that patriotism and motherly affection were at variance in her bosom. " The son. however, after encountering his father's gaze for a moment, turned confus...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

A Deep Farrow. - i^- - a 4 >?$} Judge Coulter, of Virginia, when first ^ apr pointed to the bench ^ hud jurisdiction oyei o»e r/ of, the mountain counties. ' ,,Tht ' district ' Wa« v * made up of many wiM and tHiroiy WldwN. ? Oneofih© Judges flmt acts wtfs to impojse. .*^ heavy ftneT by way of example, »pj;n. a ^ugjWand hardy backwoodsman, for ,cttM>ttteVly con- '' duct^-A*^eiimnjwix4eSv!r^ in charga of an officer, he turned ' andaddrv&s^d': theJudger- •.'- '"- ¦ ¦ ' .; .,* ..- - .,. ' ,.. . ;> . / [¦ * i>r t f "Xour name is Coulter, is it no^T 7T~ ' ••Ye*." '" . " 'J ' .:-. ' ' /\r;; : '•'• "Well, all X have lo say; is, that you aVe seti ting your oeuller rather too deep furawan who ? In plowing new ground^' " ~ " ' :, i^ ; It is recorded that the fellow's wit saved th* ' ' BlW. ¦" •.• •. _ ' '•', ¦ . ."..„ - , !• .. >\: ' ti - 'i' V^" . -T ' ¦— IIIIII H ^»!¦«¦¦¦¦ «l|« ¦*.¦¦¦¦¦ ¦ II HI .11 I A 1 *» 1¦ * ¦ ! ¦'¦«ij)-i¦' ¦ - ¦ J '¦**¦ i ...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

_ r- Tlie Heart Goes to School. Think not that your work, is done and your contract fulfilled when you have made your pupils expert arithmeticians nnd skilful grammarians; the heart has come to school to you as well as the head, nnd takes h'ssonsus regular, and often mor« impressive nnd abiding, than ' those you assign to -the intellect. You yourself feel the conviction of this daily stealing over yon. Why is it that you almost involuntarily suppress the careless jest, the look of luvity, or the scurrility you, alas, may ols« where indulge in, and put on the air, at least <>1 candor and virtue, in the presence of thos * little children ? Is it not thut you fuel tlin eyes bright with fnith and affection arc scan ning every moment your actions, and imitative nnd impressible hearts arc continually drink ing in the manifestations of yonr jntnd an< spirit; that your very breath, if In-lcn will profanity, would stain their souls with quid un<) indelhble pol...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

D. M'COMUGHYs atto&n&y at law, (Office removed to one door 'West of Buehler'a Drug & Book-store, Chambersburg. street,) Attorne y &.- Solicitor for Patents and Peiisfous, B OUNTY Land Warrants, Back ^ Pay subpended Claiiiis, aria air other claims against the Government at Washington, D. C: also Awericanclaiinsiii England. Land Warrants located and sold, or bought, and highest . jnrices given. "==-• ^^^AacniB engaged in locating warrants in HH^U, Illinois, and other Western Slates; and ^Tands for sale-thce. 0£T Apply to him personally or by letter. Gettysburg, Nov. 21, 1853*. ly ~~J " E. B.BUEH LER^ ' AtfORNS? kt ims WILL faithfully and promptly attend to all business entrusted to him. lit _ spzaki.tht German language. Office at the same place, in * South Baltimore street, near - Forney's Drug Store, and nearly opposite Danner & Ziegkr's Store. [March 20. ~ WM7b ' .HmcCL E L L XnT ^ Attorney at Law. OFFIC E on the south side of the Public Squ...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

Leisure Hours. In what way can your leisure hours be filled up, so as to turn to greater account, than in profitable reading ? Young men, do you know how mush is depending on the manner in which- you spend y.our leisure hours? Ask the inebriate where he first turned aside from the path of sobriety, and if his memory be not gone with his reason, he will dwell with painfnl recollections upon the hours of leisure he once enjoyed. Ask the victim of crime when he took * the first step in his recklcas career, and you will probably remind him of the leis¬ ure hours he enjoyed in his youth. On the other hand, do you see a man who was once it the humble walks of life, now moving in a sphereofextended usefulness? he husbanded his leisure hours. Multitudes whose names look bright in the constellation of worthies, owe their elevation to the assiduity with which they improved the interval of leisure they enjoyed from the pursuits of the plow, the awl. -or-the—am'4k—-£liey-subatknte d the stu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

from the Sentinel "(NTH EDDY!" ^ BT B. H. HUNT. ** ' (In Ever-Green Cemeterv may bo seen a tojnb wtth.tli« simple l>ut Iwautifuliuscriiition "OUU ED0V !" It speaks to the heart. It may be, the beauteous child wait tlio nnlj bud of a mother 's hope—tlio solace or a father' * care. Ah ! 'tin indicative-of* true tui'l tender heart tukub to sigh in sadness and weep the tear of sorrow.) Alii E ddy , sweet boy! thou art dead, (Jut down in the pride or thy bloom J The dove from our bosom hath lied, And ulecp.f in the cold quiet tomb. We loved theewe"loved thce, how dear! Tet monrit not, for thou art atT'ei.t, Wh«re grief Khali not come with a tear, Nor sorrows inhabit thy-breast. Bat mem'ry unto ns will bring The tinppincKS past that " was given. And Hu|ie with bright pinions will wing . Our. thoughts to you, dearost, in heaven. SweeJ Heaven! abode of the pure.- _ Bright- mansion of bliss and of truth—For griefs nnd for sorrows a cure, • ' Thy guerdon perennial youth. . 'TIs t...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

learn all you Can. Never omit an opportunity to learn all you can. Sir Walter Scott said,that even in a stage coach, he always found somebody who could tell him something he did not knovr.— Conversation is frequently more useful than hooks for. purposes ol knowledge. It is, therefore, a. mistake to be morose and silent, among persons whom you think* ignorant, for a little sociability on your part will dnw them out, and they will be able to teach you something, no matter how ordinary their employment.. Indeed, some of the most sagacious remarks are made by persons of this description respecting their particular pursuit. Hugh Miller, the Scotch geologist, owes not a little of. his fame to observations made when he was a journeyman stone-mason and working in a quarry. Socrates well said that there was but one good, which is knowledge, and^one evil, which is ignorance. Every grain of sand goes to make a heap. A gold-digger takes the smallest nuggets, and is not fool enough to throw ...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

Be Kind to the Loved Ones at Home Be kind to thy father, for when thou wert young, Who loved theo so fondly , an ho! He caught the flr«t accent " that fell from thy tongue, And joined in thy innocent glee. Be kind io_thy; father, Jot; now_he_is_pld, His locks intermingled with gray. His footsteps are feeble, " once fearless and bold, Thy father is passing away. Be kind to thy mother, for lo! on her fcro\r Many traces of sorrow be se«"n ! Oh woll nmy ' xt thou cherish and comfort her now, For loving and kind hath she been. Remember thy motherfor tbee will she pray, ¦ As long 1 as " (jod giveth her breath; With accents of kindness then cheer her lone way, K'en to the dark valley of death. • v " - Ke kind to thy brother, his heart will lyive dearth, If the smile of thy joy be „ withdrawn; The lloweih of feeling will fade at their birth, If the clew of affection be gone Be kind to__tliy ' brother, wherever you are . The love of a brother shall be An ornament purer and richer by fa...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

TAX APPEALS. rjlHK COMMISSIONERS of Adams conn-JL ly hereby give notice that ifoey have fixed upon the following times for the holding of appeals for the several Boroughs and TownsHina of Adams county, at the office of the-County Commissioners at Gettysburg, when and where they will attend to rtesw-appi^ls, between the hours of 9 o'clock, A. M., and 3 o'clock, P. M. For the townships ot Mountjoy, Germany, Union, Conowago, MountpJeasant, Bprwick, Oxford, Strabaa, Hamilton, Reading, and Tyrone, on Thurtday, the 25th nf January next. For the townships of Huntington, Latitnore, Menalleo, Butler, Franklin, Hatniltonban. Liberty, Freedom, Cumberland, and the Borough of Gettysburg, on Friday, the 26th of January next., JOHN MICKLEY,jr., ) « JAMKS .!. WILLS, ~ | GEORGE MVKRS, ) » - Attest—J. Aughjmbadgh, Clerk. Dec. 18, 1854. td

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

JY0T1CK. AS I haverpnted out my Foundry, to tnke effect from and after the 1st day of April next, and being anxious to close up the hu«i. ness of the same, I hereby give notice to all pe»sons having claims aoainst inp, or the late fire* of "T. WARREN & SON." to " pi^nl thea for settlement, and ;ho9e knowing themselves to be indebted tome, or said firm, in money Or trade, are requested to call and make settlement, by that time, as alter said date I shall - be away from the foundry. I intend this to be the only notice I shall give, and all persons, interested in the same, will do well to-give it tUeir immediate atteniion, as after the above date! intend to place all my claims in the h»nds of an officer for collection. Jan. I, 1855. 'f. WARREN. tH7"0n the wane—Kdow Nothmgism.

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

DMIOTB ?®K,30& JOHN W. TIPTON, Fashionable _ Barber nnd Hair Dresser, can at all .times be found prepared to.attend to the calls of the people,at the 'Jemple, in the Diamond, adjoining the County Buildiujj. From long experience, Jie flatters himself that he can go through all the ramifications of the ToiittOrlal Department with such an infinite degree of skill, as will meet with the entire satisfaction of all who .nay submit their chins to the keen ordeal of his razors. Hr 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 to al their private dwellings. Gettysburg, Jan. 8, 1855. tf

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

NOW IS THE TIME. S WE AVER respectfully announces to • the Ladies and Gentlemen of Geitysbutg •35^ vicinuy, :hat he tins resumed the Daguerreotype business; at the old stand, in Cliambersburg street, where he will be happy to receive visitors desirous of securing perfect Daguerreotypee of themselves or friends. Being-furnished with an entirely new and costly apparatus, hr is prepared to take pictures in every style of the art and insure- ' perfect satisfaction. figg-Cbarges from 50 cents to S10. SSg-Ho'jrs of operating from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. fi^-In dress avoid light, red, hlne, " or purple. Dark dress adds much to the beauty of the picture. Sept. 18,1851. tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

TEEMS OF THE COMPILES. tGg*The Republican Compiler is published every Monday morning, by Henry J. Stahlb, »t SI,75 per annum if paid in advance—§2.00 per annum if not paid in advance. No subscription discontinued, " unless at the option of the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. AnvKBTiSKMEXTS inserted at the usual rates. . Job Wont donef-neatlyy cheaply, and with dispatch. ' •JBagN)ffice on South Baltimore street, directly opposite Waniplcr's Tinning Establishment, one and a half squares from the Court House.

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