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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

HAS his Office onedoorwest of the Lutheran church, in Ohainbersliurg street, and opposite Grannner's store, where those wishing to have any Dental Operation performed aTe ^ respecffuny^nviied to call. ~' REFERENCES: Dr. D. Gilbert, Dr. C. N. Berluchy, Dr. D. Horner, Rev; C. P. Krauth, D.D.,Rev. H. L. Bauaher,D.t):, Rev. Prof. William M. Reynol«ls,Rev. Prof.M..Tacobs, Prof. M.L.Stcever. Gettysburg, April 11, 1853. if

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

late and Important from Europe., "I Jn-" mI^iiht Pacific nrrived at N<uv York, on Tii urn day, -with Lm.rjvwl dates to ilie I3tli in-trtr.:. — ,' T!i<' Bailern qiiesiioii has a^siunpil an enlirvly ufvt and tirost important phasn. Thft Cz-ir lias arct>|ii*>(t net only 1 he four points of llif yuarantcp, but also the.interpretation ihtreof as ex jiliiirifid by I' * ii<r l;in<1. Vranee ami Austria;, but no iirmfstieo lias been granifd, and consequently liont Kitit^ rominHe unabated. It ja yet douInful whether Htissia's said acc^ptanre is unconditional, or ; acconnpanitHi with in no rum I cxpi'driiitiona. • ¦ - . | | 1 ; , j j ! , J I Ouinr I'asha lia'» gone.to the Crimea, 'and . the Ilii-iaiaiiB havH re-ciossi-d the U-iniib«, ininvaded ihe-Dohmdscha ^ and re«;aken the citie* ufTuMschaand Balada^h. ' Tlie 'siege of Sihastbpol was uncbanjjed up : to the "id, although-there have been repeated . rumors of its capture.-' Tlie reported loss of th...

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

i«j tii ciijui - ,^ The Storm of Sunday Night. | |^ «.-».<.^:. -* -"vuoWj «Ajw-n«.'i>.. i uii" i"*rgion; !|rir -wmny^yeiiTK/^ciirred , on SuniUy , «igj|tt. jftiej2lkt jinstMit, and great nlamt wi»« eattscil tfK'iib y- :\\ was iicconijaoicd by "' * rery treaytr rain, several . flaslips of light; ' ¦ wing,'and an cqjiiiil nimibor of tfumfkr-clapw. ; 'l* he Iwlni of Jilr. •James Pierce, «u Baltimore street, u-as unroofed, Mr. Sweeney'« bath house overturned, ami a part of the xoutb battlement of ihe German lleformed Cliurcli blown dow'n, i be^idesi any quantity of fencing prostra ted throughout the neighborhood. We nreinformcd that five outbuildings on -the -fnnn uQcupied by Mr. Daniel StaHr<iiiiih. a .short distance- below town, wore either unroofed or blown down, ' arid niVtc!rd«inaj^41tMitHBiHfeiH}i rig. Th b-barn of Mr. John Biipp. in Keating township, was prostrated, covering five horses in the ruins, only one of which , however, was badly injured. " A w...

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

€l|t Ucjjtiblkau Compiler. J{rss»yM, trill iteccpt «nr thank* for Congressional flfwmi^nts. Ateo Mr, McCuun and J>r, MttMJijifiKK, fiw i ^g is'aJive favor*. Wjj ^Viijtk. um. h»s Fi-io-Mulierml us in tlto same n»y. _ J t . ; : _ CwpxiKUKhirs.—We understand that <juit« * HUiobtf of ouantcrfoitson various Ptiuiiiylvanift fend Eastern Bank* have mode their apjK-arance jij th# comi'ry. Pt-nmtiN had better that it i* -all rijjbt.! 'i " • ' c, otl /, eounicrftit &5 notes on tlie Farmers' and Mtc^ni««' Bank i* >f Fredt'ricit art in circula ikm in BflUimore—No- 273 »ith the date pi IHy im 1854; \V. Tyler, cashier: Tbomiw W. Morgaii, jjtesatnt. The wmu* of these tvn gentlemen should be revenjvd for the office* ihL'y.filUaad iht'cor t-u farm* on the nburia that of Pennsylvania instead of .Maryland- It ~BeBo btF* »1\^Tibvc a sharpvnitch 1 fur them. <Uold Dollars,, well executed* art; also in extensire ^circulation. l<ook out fur the Hulv ICT'S...

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

i „ Legislative. ! ,In"'the Hoiikc. «t llnrrisiiiirg. on Monday iriKt^Mr.m'Cl.K-iN' presented the pHitiim «.| sundry pitmen* of Adnm* eoniity. asking for tlie CKlrf'»li«liiiieiil of (ho'office' of State "Agri" eii ' ltnmi Chemist. Referred to the Committee .on Agrjftolturo. ' „ 7: Mr. McClean nlso rend in plate, a bill relative Jo a certain Billiard Room and Bowling Saloon in Adams county. This bill authorizes the proprietors of "Culedonia Springs" to take out a license for the portion of the year in which «aid moms. &c, are in use. Mr- McClean, from the Judiciary Committee, reported b bill,relative UKexieuding jurisdiction of Courts iu cases of divorce," with umendmentw, ' -. - ¦ ¦ —, • ¦ - Mr. <JroK« read in r plaoe, a bill to repeal'the three hundred dollar exemption law. Mr. Steele rend' in place, a bill for a new county out of parts of Lancaster; Dauphin and York, to be called "Conowago, " - Mr. fciross hag introduced a bill in tho House for the ereotlon of a~ ...

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

A Chapter on Pkoxcxci^tiox-.—Sebas topol is pronounced as if wrftten ' -Srbftil» p<>l, with the .accent on next to the last syUa' ble. Varna like Warno. Scutari, like &wo ta-re, (in Turkish, 'Is-lfoo-dar.**) The Crimea in Russian, is Krim. Tfie river that enters the sea at Sebastopol is the Tchernaif, and th< cape at its mouth Cape K/ttr-so~ne$e. Th« -Black Sea only-goes by that nanie in English—and Turkish ("Kara Pengis)"—most other na> tions calling it the Etatine, (Greek, meaning "hospitable.") Conrobert is Can-ro-bair, as nearly as can be written in English, and Mcnschikoff is pronounced just as writteni! Educatioxal Statistics.—In the United States there is one child- attending school to every five persons. In Denmark there is one to every four. In Sweden one to five. In Prussia one to six. In Norway one to seven. In Belgium and Great Britain one to eight. In France one to ten. In Austria one to thirteen. In Holland one to fourteen. Ia Gree...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

. Putting the Documents at Him. Mr. Sollers, of Maryland, delivered 1 himself of an after-dinner speech, a weekor two ' since, in the House of Representatives at Washington," in favor of Know-Nothingism. A correspondent of the Washington Union writing from Baltimore, thus puts "the documents" at himr . - ^Baltimore, Jan. 5, 1855. To the Editor of the Union.-Mr. Sollers, one of the members from Mar ' v-. land, seems to be taking a leading position ' in favor of the new organization called know-nothings. 1 infer from the report of his speeches that the main object of the organization, in hi* opinion, is to restrict materially the privileges of immigrants, and to deprive naturalized citizens of the right to hold office. Mr. Sollers at limes is a lively sneaker; andj what he says is usually meant for the popular ear, aud is most frequently »qt without effect. . £& ' In NovembefPl850, a convention of delegates assembled at Annapolis to frame a new constitution for Maryland. Mr....

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

Tub Great Snow Storm Dowx East,—The fall of snow on Thursday afternoon week and! the following night, in the upper parts of Mai no and New Hampshire, was one of the greatest known in recent years. The Portland Advertiser says: J "From Paris to Berlin, there was a depthr from two and a half to three and a half feet on a levd. During Friday, all communication on the highways, even for the shortest distances, was wholly obstructed. The passenger trains, on the Atlantic road, between Paris and Connecticut river, were worked with four engines, each, and though somewhat delayed, did not lose a trip." ^ The Manchester Minor of Saturdaj"- says; "Here the snow fell to the depth of about twenty inches. But. to the north of us{,.« stories told of its depih are incredible. It \ras telegraphed to this place Irotn Dunbury. this State, that the snow was six feet deep! It would seem that a much greator quantity b;id fallen at the upper part of the State than ' here, as the train over the Northern...

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

Letter from Harrisbcrg-. . Oone-Tondence of tbe'Y^IIev Spirit. . . -HAttBism. : B«.'Jnn. 17th. I^; "j 5. Messrs. E«lii«rK:—Politics in and about Harrisburg " hay.e, of fate, become t>6 complicated, that it requires a man ©f more than ordinary experience and tact to be able to steer his course clear of the many rocks and quick-sands. The question of the election of a U. S. Senator is tbe all absorbing twpic at present—Simon Cameron ani ex-G'overnor Wm. F~ Johnston being the two Biost proniinent candidatts., Both are osing their Vk»st eiiergh-s to» secure success : and it is hard, to tell which of the two trill "come in." Cameron's rnance, lio'Wever, being-generally eonsidm-d' the best. > Loth are veiy able, u;e», that is, in peculiar' circumstances—the one as' a drinker of bad 1' , whiskey anit the other as a poTiticartriekster. There is a third roan iivthe field, feoweter, wh» ' will leave no stone unturned. Tbe Jtmt-Wr. Tiffany, of Carlisle, has been traversing the ...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

The Pledge of Patriotism. IJifore the ndjnnrnment of:he recent National Convention of the Soldiers of 1815, the following resolution was offered ' b/- C A. Grice. of Portsmouth, Va.. and unauimously adopted and carried into efli cfc: * k /{ts»b&t, Tliat when this convention adjourns, 1 hi; members thereof all join hands and solemnly renew our pledges, in weal or ' in woe, ever to support the constitution of tlie United States." . What an imposing spectacle it mnst have been, tojsee these veterans all joining hands and solemnly renewing their pledges of devotion to tlie Union and the Constitution MaiL

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

A "Man of Extraordinary Enterprise. Our readers have iso dnut.it heard "f Piofi-ssor Ilorjr/nvAV. for \i hot her we go to the crnlincs of India, tho ili g^ ins of Australia or ( ''alifornia, the «Mlds ofOivgon. the empire of China, or in Tact,, to " any oilier part of !hc woiIuY'HmIIoway's Medicines are khown," for in every language and in evcrv newspaper in the world) of any note his pills and ointment arc advertised. It would scarcely be believed that his advertisements appear in thirteen hundred papers in the Union alone;-andagain, few would scarcely credit thajt he has expended, in different parts 1 of the world, the enormous sum of two millions of .dollars for advertising. -* Hollo way's establishment, in the Stiar.d, is one ofthe lions of London, and should be visited l»y every sojourner in the modern Babylon. He has now one in Maiden ' Lane. New York, where his medicines arc - manufactured, the Professor himself being there for a few months; and as they arc. no longer impor...

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Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

$300,000 Capital €l«y Ar<-lnlou, < COLUMHUS, OHIO. BURNRLL & CO'S. SKCOND GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION—Kvery person having a Ticket gets an Engraving woiih $1. ' '" '• - , The proprietors take great pleasure in announcing to the citizens of ihe Union, that in consequence of the great satlsfictinn manifested liy the tirkf*t-hald«*rs of our first great Distribution, and the many thousand solicit;!lions from all parts of the country, in relation to ;- » het her—w-e-i niend-get ti ngf-u p-a tuithe-r-OJstn bution of Gifts for the people, we have, after an immense outlay, been enabled- to offer to our thousands of-patrons the following vnlun« ble, magnificent, and unprecedented BRILLIANT SCHKMKS,»o be distributed as soon as the ticketvaro sold : List or Gifts to- be distributrd hy the Managers o| the Capital City Art'Union. TICKETS ONLY ONE DOLLAR! And every one entitled to a handsome Engraving, and a share in the distribution ' of the following valuable properly :¦ ' ¦...

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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

. AGHICULTTTRAL SOCIETY. A SPKHIAF. MEKTINOorthB Adams XjL County Ajrricu!tttrnl Snrieiy will lake p' nce at tins Court-house, in ( Jettyshiirg, on Thursday, the 22d of Feb., at 10 oY.loek, A. M. Tiie exniiiirnriion of the sulij^et, "ihi! application of Lime to land," will hi; continued. J.NO. McGINLKY, Pret' l. H. .1. Rtnhi.k, Sec' y. January 29,1855. td ~ REGISTERCiXOficC "VT0T10K is hereby given to all Legatees jj% antl oilier persons concerned, that thn Mminit'ra/inn Jtcounts herciiuiftiT tnpntioned will be presented sit the Orphan's Court of Adams county, for confirmation and allowance, on Tuesday, the 2~tk "f February next, viz : 3. Second account of Jacob Sheely and John Sheely, Kxpcutore uf the last will and testament of Nicholas SliPf ly, dfren-ed. 4. Second account of'I'hoinas Hjitlc. Testamentary Trustee under th<* will of Thomas Bittle, S«n., deceased, of Henry Bittle, Peter Bntlfi. Thomas Bittle. 5. First and final account of AlexanderCohfsan, Adtninistr.Uor of...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

P.vtbxt Bkkgi.au Proof.—The Philadelphia Ledger gives the following account of an invention recently put in operation in that city, designed as a proof against burglary. It says The first was in the house of M r * . Paul, Fifth street, above Brown, and since its introduction a second and' third has been put up by Mr. Daniel Wells, the inventor and patentee, and by a brother of Mr., Paul. . The principle upon which it operates is a combination of wires aiid leverages, acting upon an alarm similar to those-used in the omnibus registers. An examination of the ' proof," yesterday, in two of the houses mentioned, exhibited the fact clearly, that a window sash cannot be raised, nor a door opened half an .inch, when the proof is set at night, without starting the alarm, which strikes upwards of one hundred times. The springs required to. be arranged in the sash and doors'communicate hy wires wr!i tiie alarm, and the least disturbance starts it going. The alarm can be placed anywhere in...

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

Gods Mark to Orukk.— A queer expression, to be sure ; but it only describes a line of business carried on extensively in heathen lands. Here is the translation of a Chinese advertisement : . ¦ "I will execute to order idols from two feet high to the size of a luannosset monkey, or the' biggest and liiost hideous monster that can inspire , the human mind with awe and reverence for religion. If the idol is the size of an orang ouUng, the price will be $700 :one ofasphynx Size will be turned out for S400 ; one the size of a bull-dog, with horns anil hump, SG50 : a buffalo size £800 : a dog size S2uO : and the size of an ass, in the attitude of braying. 81,000." _ " _ 0^7-Tfie large burn of Mr. Shade, 9 miles ¦north of rieadfn?, was entirely destroyed b y fire, with nenrlyall its conlmts,, on Wednesday night week. Steven horses and twenty - two head of cattle, (b«>iri<r the whole of his live-. Stock,) together with a considerable quantity of hay, grain and fuming 1 'uten...

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Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

LOSI A PLAIN GOLD KING* with two initials within, the. finder of which wjl) he liberally rewarded upon leaving it at this O(lice. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. A MEETING of Ilie Adams county Teacher*' Association will hn held in the Lecture. Room of thn German Reformed Church, in Gettysburg, lo commence on^f%«/•«/«//, the 1st tl'ii/ nf February next, at 10 o ' clock, A. M. All ilie Teachers of ihe Oounty are earnestly solicited to be present. An interchange of sentiment on the methods ot teaching tlm various branches must nunessiHly result in thu mutual improvement of all who attend. It is expected . tliat the Directors in this county—as they have done in oilier coun'ies, will grant the Tcarhers the time thr.y spend in attending this meeting. DAVID WILLS, Pres'l. January 15, 1855. 3t BSxoculor* ' Moticc. TOflN^ DELLON H\S ESTATE.—loiters tf tnstamf ntary on the estate of John Dellone, Ialu of Hamilton township, Adam* county, deceased, hnviiig been granted to the undersinned, raid...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

, ' ¦ - ; - Tiie Military. ¦ ' - Mr.¦i\iu.T\ - «Kn,-«f the Sena'e, has offered a resolution m<iTn-tinp tbe ;Committee on the Judiciftrv io in-miiic into t!-e oxpeuYcwy of reporting a bill-to disband all . themilitaryconitAnics in Hie Stale, compost of citizens of fore-ten birih. Jlr.vCnAnu. of (he city, ofti-it-d an amendment, to ihe fffeel of instructing ibe cointniltee to report a 1'ill. This, system has U-en adopted in Massachusetts iind the Governor of that State has issued his o ' rdor disbanding all sucn companies, and directed the ¦ 'Adjutant General to receive all tftc State arms lieluuginp: to such companies, aiid place thoui in the State arsenal. The ob-?eef r-crtns to be. in tins rnarujeiivre. to destroy that distinct nationality which it"is said the Irish' and Germans krep np in this country, and for the purpose of Americanizing them. This is all -well enough, but as the Ledger says, ttc would like to know how men are to he .Americanized , when the very effort...

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Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

DO YOU WANT A WELL 3I4DK AND CHEAP . = -, OTOFteTEttlMpfe IF .so, J'«i cum be accommodated by palfinjy on MAUCUvS SAMSON, who l . »a» j"*t opened and is now selling roptrily at his^Sti.f in York street, opposite the liank, n fury large, choice aud cheap assorlinent of ; . Fall mid WiiUor 4*oo<l«, to which lie invites the ntterMon of tjie |»n,b f ic. They have been selected with great carehilliB Easiern cities, have been bought cli*iip j«ir cnsh,nnd will *ie sold cheap fur cnsU—chmjier than at any other establish men I in Gtttynhur<r. His stock cimsifltft in part of Black, Blur, Olive and Grew CLOTH COATS, *i;h frock, dress a ml sack, coats; albo * TvfW<!, Cashmere, nnd Italian cloth; nl*o h large stuck of OVER COATS, wliinli cnn't hi- Win »»- riety, quality or price, out of the cine*; alm» h of verj^ superior 8tock PANTALOONo, ron-«iating in part of exc*l'ent ant| well milt French Block Doe-skin Cii8i»iiiierp; Faiiry Cassimete, Satinetts, Velvets.. Cor...

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