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Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

LOOKING GLASSES, Picture Frames, &c. TT7'E invite the public to examine our su-* T perior stock" of Plain and Ornamental Gilt LOOKING GLASSES. PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAMES, WINDOW CORNICES, BRACKET TABLES, &c. We are manufacturing every description of Gilt Work and Fancy Wood Frames, on the most pleasing terms. Also, Importers of French and German Looking Glass Plates. Old work lie-Gilt with neatness and despatch. fifcaT'Persons visiting Baltimore will do well to examine our assortment. ,Orders from the country will be attended to faithfully and promptly. M. BARRETT.& BRO., Gilders, 82 Howard St.. corner Saratoga, opp'isito''WcsternHotel," Baltimore, May 8, 1854. ly

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

LET THE FACTS BE KNOWN! rpHAT ABRAM ARNOLD has just re-I turned from the Esi ' sterit cities, with ihe largest an I best selected stock of uonds for Men and Boy«' wear ever before offered,which he is new making up, nttbe Old Stand, where he invites all who wish to purchase CLOTHING, made ol Q^ao aaJl '^Q aaac&D^asi llj) and by good workmen, to call and examine his slock before purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined to undersell any clothing Store or Slop Shop inthe town or country. Having secured tho services of one of tho best LUTTKllS in the country, lie is prepared to make, un clothing at " the shortest notice and in the best style. His motto is Quick Sales and Small Profits. Ootoher 2, 1854. tf

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Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

' Coie for Heaves. Take some weed commonly called smart •wced,,Jb.at grows.fllong the roadside, .or in the iiclds Jn4ow placesl; uteep ittn boiling water till the strength is all out, and give the horse «me quart of theliquid every day Tor eight or ten days. Vjtfix if witb 'brnn or shortsif he will eat it,-if not pour it down him with a bottle.— Give him a cut of green feed wet' tip with wa« ter, daring tho 'operation; and I will warrant a core. HofseS witb y heaves will be irotrbled with it about as baoiaotky wenther, as they ¦will inthe spring of th^yetuv This medicine is so simple and easy to be obtained, that some Thay not think it worth their while to try it, hot simple medicines many limes prove more effectual than those obtained at a great expense. ' . ' , Hauvkv Roskcuatz^

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Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

Baltimore & Susqnelianna Railroad. Gt H.ANG. K-bf HOURS—VVaV Pa8spng«r } Train le^veft CalverlStrition at 8.15 a « Arrives nt Ynrk at II ^ am AcconimoJaiiun Train leaves Calvert Station at . 4.25 p M Arrives at York at 7.42 pm KxpreasTriiinleaves Calvert Station at 10 p m Arrives at York at 12 r u HBTUriNINO. Way Paispnger Train will leave Harrifilmrg at 1.45 p M Arrivirio at^York at 2.15 p »t Kxpress Train leaves Harrisburg at 8.45 a »j Arriving at Ynrk at 9.54 a im A. P. WINCHESTER, SuperU. MarcliSO, 1R51.

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Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

, ... Fall Plowing. _A writer ,in the "Country Gentlemnn" is tnuch in favor . of foil plowing. In .such dry reason* as we have hud for two years pant, his crops endure Ihe drought much better.-— T. hecornleaves rolled up ten days sooner on spring plowed hind. The sod rots earlier, and gives the crop,a vigorous *lart, HiuHhi.N' enables hjm to keep the weeds in mihjccllon. I>avt ^ ear j>e had a tiVldof. corn, eight acres.: a little more than ball was plowed in the full, tho rest iii the'spring. When harvested, the falljiia .wid f ground yielded nearly, one-third more lhari-tlie, othvri a great deal heavier growth of .stalks aiuljangcr ears. We are greatly in favor of'Xlie practice when done as, and at the time, it should be. •

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

• There is room for thc ' exciciRC of Woman's Rights in it direction which is certainly overlooked. "We _ mean in pefeoting, the art of cookery. Our American cookery is,' much of if, wretched. Wonteri k-arn tocook one or two kiniU of meats, ranke a loaf of bread, a pie nnd six sorts of cakes and preserves, nnd think the science of cooking exhausted. If any improvement is mentioned, the probability is that it refers to' some new kind of cake. Why caniu>t we have more good common dishes, say of soups, meats, and especially of vegetables ?—Will the Rights women indulge their genius in * that direction ?—[Prairie Farmer.

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Id=219 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

rauaaMa7 aswrai, 2Rf) Mirket street, above Blh, Philadrl phia, V. I. «nsh & Bro., Proprietors. '1 "^HI S« Hon«c hns a centra! location, on one i of tha principal thoroughfares of the city. No effort -spHrHil to make visitcrs comfortable. SL.00 per ilav. June 1-2, 1854. I.y PE!JFP"M ERY of all kinds will be fnnni at. SCHICK'S.

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

.,, .,_ Croup. A medical correspondent of the XewIInmpfhire Jmirnalt>j'Medicine states, that for three years: he has ufied alum \\\ croup, and in all vlmt lime has not seen & fetal case which was treated with it from, the Ijeginning: He ukually gives nbont ten grains, once in ten minutes until vomiting is induced, u-sing at the same time tartar emetic or. the hive Myrup frsuly—the latter, subduing tho iiiliiimuintion, while the aluiu has tuoro of a convulsive action.

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Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

To Keep Piokles. Keep pickles only in stone or woorlen wares —anything' " that -has held grease " will spoil pickles. Stir them occasionally,and if there are »nv Roftpnes take them out. SoaM the vinejrar and" pour it hot over the piefces that are in a solid state. Always keep enough vinegar on them . to cover them well. ' If it is weak take fresh Vinegar and pour on hot. Do not boil vinegar aud spice over five minutes.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

Cure for Palpitation. ¦ ¦ AJndy al>out forty years old, snys the Jmirnni 'ofHealth, who lias suffered severely from periodical attacks of palpitation of the heart, from tike age of twelve years, has found immediate and permanent--relief from the Use of sodn water. It appears from experiments since made, that caibpnic acid gas is the active cuxalive agent. ', . ,

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Id=222 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 29 January 1855

HARDWARE. A LARGE addition' to our stock of Hardware, Carriage Trimmings, &c, has been made, and ibo>ein want of any article in that line, should not fail to examine our stock. We pledge ourselves lo sell cheaper than the cheapest. Come to . FAHNESTOCKS'. October 16,1854.

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

TERBIS OF THE COMPILER. tgg*Ths ' Itepub/icnu Lomniltv is publisher every Monday morning,-by llExnv J. Sj- .vulk at $1,75 per annum if paid in advance.—S?2.u( per ainrum if .not paid in advance. No sub scription-discontinued, unless ai the option o the publisher, unlil all arrearages are paid. Am-KRTisrciiK.vrs -inserted at_the_usual rales " Job Work done, " neatly, " cheaply, and will ''' "Patch. fs&pOffice on South Baltimore street-, direct •'jvSW» osile Sampler - s Tinning Establishment one and a half squares fiont the Court House. ¦ FEAHKIIlf AND HIS MOTHER. Tt was an idea of Dr. Franklin ' s,, if not a ) settled opinion, that a mother might, by a kind . | of instinct or natural affection, " recognize her f i children, even though she had lost"the recollection of their features. And On a visit to his native town of Boston, after an absence of' ruany j ~ years. hTTlIeteriniTfed to ascertain by eXperF merit whether his theory was correct or not. On a bleak and chilly d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

| | ! ¦ ¦ ¦ ' . • Fnun the Vulliiy Spirit. "A SoutK-side Vi6w of Slavery." The above is the tiilt- of,a book' which vn have rend iviih no little inteicst and stuisfno' tion. The ' work gives us .a view of slavery " m il really is-, and not ns it is represented to lie b) ';exctleii abolitionists who have never seen iu '! workings. If extensively cireulated nnd read ¦ j il caiuibl. fail to do i> vasl amount of goovl.—i\ I will do.good at the North, liy correcting false I linpfessions in regard to the treatnient experi -!'-.7iice. d by slaves: and , it will do good at ttn ; South,"by showing Southerners that tlie hostil j ity d^p laycd towaids thut section of oir Unioi ; by sc.ne Northern men. 1ms arisen from a mis ' - 1 appieliensiun of fuels, and not from a settled j vindicative determination to make war on ib< ! South, regardJess of justice. The author o ! this work is Nuiikmiaii Ai/i.ims, D. 1)., of Hos i ton. Mr. A i> Aits, before wi iu ng his book.spen 1 j ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

; <El)C £ ' \atmev's <!lolumit; : / D •sr^^.r z^r.rrr.-rr^zrj^T,, ¦: ::. i i,vj^j.^; —;cL^rr^ri--^:T:. i rr=r j ;T:rrTr, - ~; M 2 The XTse. of tiie Roller, . / I We..lmve freqnently conTt-rscd , witbTfarmery ^ who fel t disposed to n.se"tlie roUer in their" 1 3 farming operations-.'but \th& xrere deterred -by^ the fact that their ignorance of the propertJm^; -—w. hcn it should be ' npplitti, the kinds of^tnl to ' whict> its use was partieularTy f aclHpt,cd, niigiit ' possible by prochictiTe of ntore harm than good.'- 3 Dr. Wilson, who bus given.the, .subject.ifluc^j * attention, thus points out Us value, a»Kl in his *, -owp clear itnchforcible style, smtes the parlicii-'- lar circumstances undw which it may be used ' with advantage: . ; ,-.- , . ¦ y-AiUr . "The heavy, smcotTi rolling of pasture land 1 is hig hly beneficial uiyler a variety of condt-' ' tions,'-and particularly when the surface, ha» '. bqeu rendered uneven by, the trending of cat" tic, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

The Will and the Way. A young' culU'jiian, itinerating in the Slnte of Vermont, fell in company, and hi.so love, with n very pretty girl, the daughter of nn old curmudgeon , whose brains were mode of sawdust, .hojr 's lard and molasses, hjit who, o» account of the spaciousness of his/iinn. hsul Im.cu for ninny yours at the bead ofthe School < _'oni : loittce iti the Ui-strict. '^. 'hc collegian's attunlinvnt. |o .Snlly (for that wns the nnine of the old ff-Ho'v ' . «, daughter) wns sdoverp(ivvi'rin<r,<hat all the logic find philosophy nr-bM'l li*nr»jt'rj in theschool-was, coiiipnrc'1 'o !hr fnrrc nt' hi^ «rgu-: nit'iits, as chaff in a hiinicano. . Uul not hating. I lie where-with-all to winter in the country without rcKort to employment, he intimated) to Sully that he .should like to keep.the Hdioul iu thill " district : when the' kind hearted girl informed him lliiU her father was the Ooiniiiitteiuian, and she al^o informed him \vb» ' t questions: would f&...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

Wholesale Marriage—Michigan Domes' ,' : - tic Institutions. ¦W o find in The Detroit.lvtfuhr.r of tho OtV the following miscellaneous marriage : . V,u'onAX, •WlHioitrKi-' and 1-avham—Jonx ; ston, YAUHiMiTDN and l)it.\K.K—At the Mar I shnl llou.se, ih Mfuvslml, by the Rev. L. 11. JJoorerat a single coremouy, Messrs. Viuighan Woodruff, nnd A, J. r^p harii, nil of. Emmett nnd JITsses Fanny A. Johnston, "Tletsey""A" Yarringlon. n ' nd-Miiry Ti> ' Drake, all of Leroy It is- not of much consequence to, the public we presurnc. hnt it wonld be rnther intcrestinj to know whe-ttier each ' man married all thrci of the women, or whether -first come firs served," or "how." Michigan is a smar young State, and there is no telling what in stitutions 6he will grow up to one of thes (JayK. - ' • ¦ " ¦ - ' ... '. —By the wny, hore is another Michigai ninrringe "institution. :" ¦ - ' . ' "Mahuiud, and yrt had n*o Wife—Tw< t'l.AIMANTS Ff)H T1IK S.VME I/AttV-RBJKCTlON Ol Both.—Not long .s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

Select ittisrtUanri. Wonderful Sport. We won't say where the following took place. r>nt that it did occur there is little reason to doubt, if we may believe the "Coiconl (N. 11.) Daily Patriot ' . " fi om which paper we quote: A gentleman invited a city friend, whose gunning had been unhappily contim-d to the frig htening of "peeps," sparrows and siTch ^iii all frv, to his place in the country, where. he said.Vome tine duck .-.hooting was to be had. On the morning after his arrival in the rural district, the cit proceeded before his host waout of bed, to the bike in the vicinity of Irs fiiend's domicil, where seeing half a dozen ducks taking their morni::g dip m the oool de-nuit-for ' there was no ice at the time, he levelled nnd let fly at lhel</r, when four of thin; gnvc up the ghost bv the iuipul.Mon of ihc lirst shot. The other tu ' o ducks flew towards the land, and both were winged by the second discharge. The host came to the spot by that time, and saw his old...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

THE PHANTOM. Again t sit within the mansion, in-tl,a -Qij--familinr - scut; And sh.i'le Janrt hinnhiiip cimse encH other O'er the cirjict at my feet. JBut the sweet-liper'h atms have wreatled upwarda Iu tlie Minnner? tlint ~ aie piwr, Aui the- willow traiU its b.-iUK-iiu.i lower ThiUi when I «.i\v thcin laat. They Ktrivp to ahut tho «uushine wholly d'riiiTi out tho Iiiiunted room; To fill tho. home that once was joyful, With silence JinJ U'itli glouui. An-! ninny kind, .reiiieinb»i-e-i faces, . Within the doorway come— t Voice.-,, that wukc the ewceler uiuiic (if one tlitit now i-, Uiimb. They hin;;. in times an triad n* ever, The hi'ii^--. sho loxpd to ht. ' .-tr; They tiraid lllo nt*o i>\ Mimincr garlands, Who-e itowur.s to liBi 1 ->\ero de.u'. And still, hpr foot^teiis in" tho 1'assage, Her blui-lie-* at Uiu door, llur ti.ni-l \vo:ds of iii.ii'lvn welcome, Come lj.ick to uio once more. Anrl all forn«tfnl of my sorrow, Vninindftil of my pain. I think -.ho h.is bnt ...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

For the Itepnblieau Compiler. LINES TO MISS ELIZABETH i\, OF BAIiTO. • To give taste unto life, and mnke it complete, „ - ¦ Its sceno.-j nre decreed to vary hikI Hitter j Moments of joy are assigned as its sweet. JVhilut moments of sadnoss make up tlie hitter. Linked hand in hand, tlu-v form ;\ v;tst chain. Wherewith we are drawn " froin ••dust unto dust; " The succesx of the one. to the ntliur i.1 gain, And the aloth i)f the oue, to tbu other is rust. Thus the natural mind is doomed to partake. Of thought that are constantly wafting' a change ; If. they slumber'n moment, it "isbut to make, Au'l find their repose unguarded anil .strange. 'Tit , by reason of this tlj.it sweet recolK-etmus Oft" fall from their lofty etlie.Ut .shrine.; — Whilst their powers aild a sting to the bitter reflections, That causo the foud heart to droop and repine! ; Monjj the pleasures and »orrows on memory's scroll, There are some oft ' more rtBi ^ hty, by fa-, tlinu the rest ; And those which are deares...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855

JC7*l'^f Ab e 1?2 iniMnbers . composing the Legislature, only 35—a fraction more than onefourth—adhere to the old line 'Democracy. ' " —jiiiam* Sentinel. . How many "adhere to old line Whiggtry ?" Say ! Has not "old line Whiggery" in the Legislature been entirely twalluwed up by Know Nothingism ? Say, nguin ! O*dov. Pollock hns appointed O. II. Btrjcni.Kii. junior editor of the A/ar,nn Aid-de-C'amp, with the rank of Lieutcnaiu Colonel. Heuds up! (C7"T1jc Lock Haven Watchman, a Know-Nothing paper, edited by T. Martin, late of this place, hns placed at the head of its column;; the name, of Sam Houston, of Texas, as its choice for President, and Uuit of James Pollock, for Vice President. [O^Agnculture has been introduced as a subject of study iirrkg public schools of New Hampshire. Books treating of the elements of that science have been ordered io be supplied the pupils. This is a good movement. Tho practical operations of the agriculturist will be all the more intelligently per...

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