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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
Tiir Last Blast.—J. W. On;, the man who is styled the Angrf'SabTiel, sailed from New York,on Saturday, for Glasgow. He gave the parting^salute with his how from the deck of the steamer, and bade adieu to an unapprecialive country, (C7"The Washington correspondent, of . the Pcnnsylcanian say* the Democratic members of the Senate have had sevcr.il caucuses in regard to the Know Nothing question. A series of resolutions have been unanimously ndopted. The only question which now arises is as to the expediency or necessity of publishing tnu&u resolutions.
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
Seriout ' Occident rom Coal Gas at the Moya~ ntemint! 1'risun. PinLADBLTUiA, Jan. 151.—Owing to defects in the furnace for heating the Moyainensing Priaonjn this,city, last night the gas escaped into the air chambers and lilled the cells above. This morning some twenty prisoners, were found quite oveicomc by the effects but so far only one has died—a man named John llyder, committed a month since for stealing. All ihe re*t, except three, have entirely recovered, and hopes are entertained that they will recover. Tiio prisoners had closed the ventilators , which caused the serious effects suffered t<y them. 7ty«/ JiuilriHiii Disaster. Pouti-ANd, Jan. 20.—The morning train
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
French Spoliation.—The National House of Representatives, on Saturday, the 2 7th ult., passed the French Spoliation bill by a vote of yeas 110, nays 79. It differs somewhat from that heretofore passed by the Senate. The bill, we believe, provides for tho appointment of thres commissioners to adjust tho claims, and of an, attorney who shall defend the govern • xnent against unjust applications for relief. The commissioners are required to sit two years, and five millions is made the limit of the expenditure for the object proposed. Mr. Russell voted for, and Mr. Kurtz against it.
Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
Death on tite BbtdalDat.—The Baltimore Sttn of tlie 22d contains the following: Dr. Cunningham, coroi>er, was,on Snturday morning. called to hold an inquest on the body of a gentleman who died umter very peculiar circumstances. Mr. David Thomas (aged about CU), who resided at No. 248 Aim street, was. married on Friday night, and retired to rest with his bride, in about am hou-r afterward,. she heard him breathing rn- a singular and unusual manmr, inducing her to think something was wrong. She arose to- see what was the matter, inasmuch as he replied', to noquestion, and found him breathing hm last-The jury rendered a verdict of "Death- from organic distase of 'the heart. 1 "
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
! T7*Thc Senate Committee on Canals and TnlHinl Navigation Imve. n- 'fouiinended the passage of the lull offered by Kii K. Pi ice. authorizing the Governor to sell the Main Line of Public Works for Eight .Millions of dollars, jiavalile in twenty annual pavmeiHs with interest at the rate of tive per cent, jkt annum. Should the bill.pasx,.the public iuieresis will be -shamefully sacrificed. [HT" Beauty and goodness should ulwajs go to^etiiU'. Ibcydwj' i iLuuirli.
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
I'oACTiCAii PaiCAiirnaypr.—A y«ung studtsut of theology ia Nvw York bis <liligentlv set to work, during tkc Uvt few weeks, providing coiofartaUe botues for ut»uy destitute pe raoasui some of the thriving towns of i'crmsylvMtiat wbere he belong*. A considerable number bare already beea sent. This is be-£?uausfi witk chanty At the right cud.
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
Stkaxboat Strss—Tiiiutv Lives ScrrosEB to kb Ia»&t. -Tlrt Strainer Eliza was suuk at Slum Point bend, below Memphis, last w**.!», * ui R is fcoitd Uiut thii ty hv to v;uv luit- ¦J27*~Tber<-is already an open ruj-ture among the iChow Nothing* in New York, and "the Mgnit of the times" promise a widening of the breach. c In-Massachusetts a similar state of things i& developing itself, and the curses whii)ir-th . e Know Nothing triends and opponents of Gen. Wilson are hurling at each other, are becoming very loud. So, too, between the Northern and Southern Know Nothings. Tho Slavery question iu wedging itself into the new party, and the chance of a national organization is becoming "smaller by degrees and beautifully leas." The order in the North aoquired-strength by secretly representing that Know Nothingism was calculated to strike down slavery—whilst in the South it was prcaohedjLipJas _ a^National party, opposed to Freesoiligm ! These antagonisms are b...
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURES OF ADAMS COUNTY, FOE 1854. A (5REEABLY to an-act of Assembly, omit led "An Act to ' mise Ooonty R.ite.B and I^e-/\ vies." requiring tht; Coumiissioueis of the respective cnuiiti^s lo publish a-Stntenifint of tht- Receipts and Expernliturt's, VVe, the Coiniutssion'TS of Taxes ot said county, do Report ns follows, to wit: from tiie 5th day of January, A. D., 1851, to tlie Sycond day ol January, ATDTrTSSS^-UoifrilSys inclusfvi-. GEOHGE JRXOLD, £sq., ' Treasurer, and ike COMMJSSfOyER&, in account with the Cvun.' y ' if Adams, as follows: DR. Doll* CU. To Cjish from T. Warren, late Trea-6im<r, - 2500 58 To outstanding Tuxes and Quit Rents in hands ot Collector!} at last settlement, . 4416 24 CMttnty Rates §flsevle* assessed fur 1851. - Borwigh-of-UtfttydbtH-g,—&W38-OI) — do. Quit Rents, ITS 50 Cumberland township, 1181 02 Germany " 802 25 . Oxford " 97-2 08 Hmuiiigton " 1159 60 Latitn«ire " 760 2S HHiuiltonban ?» ¦ 1435 25 Libert...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
DR. , CR. Dolls. CLi. Dolls CU Cash from T. Warren, Esq., late By out-standing Tax for 1850, 5 73 Treasurer, $2,509 58 " ' " 185-2 , 84 45 Outstanding Tax and Quit Rents in \ « " 1853, 529 4G hands of Collectors, 4,416 24 " •» 1851, 4955 71 Am't of Co. Tax assessed for 1851, 20.214 87 " Fees for 1850, 27 63 Loan from Bank and sundry persons, 2, - 292 33 " " 1851, 68 60 Abatement on State Quota 1654, u'lU 33 •' " 1H52, 103 60 Dividend fiom Water (Company, 24 00 " " 1853, 704 38 Additional Tax <or 1851, 18 52 » * ?' ,1854 * 90 26 Cash received from John Scott, Esq., «' Exonerations for 1850 * 5 53 late Sheriff, lor Jury fees and fines •» «» 1851, 12 23 for 1854, . 94 00 •• ** Ifl52 * 38 31 Casli r«cpived from L. Deila , fine, 20 00 " •« 1853 135 70 Tax refunded to State, 185 12 " *? 185 j 16 23 "~ *3u74»!5 ~ 99 P^hurfements on County orders, 20,'27i» 58 ======== Treasurer' s Coinmissiuu, 305 00 Cash in hands of Treasurer , 3.103 5(5 ^g!. *J oT465 99 WTE ' lhe ""^rsi gnod, Aud...
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
The Turks in tlic Crimea arc to be increased * 00,000 troops, during January. Russian t ^5* rce JMent.i! areadvarcing at forced marches. lvJzk weather is frosty ; and the snow has retarded the besiegers in their operations. . i Private Vienua letters say tha t Gortschakoff is instructed to accept any terms, except a reduction of the Russian fleet, or occupation of the Russian Territory. The approaching Congress of X.itions is more and more talked of: and good results are anticipated- if—the United States takes part in it. -Bavaria has almost coin pitted jipr-preparations for war; and letters say that the Snveiiish army will immediately be placvd on war footin" , reinforced by Co.UOO troops. " Russia is preparing foi the Spring campaign by re-organizing her army. The latest dates from the Crimea are to the 10th inst. Affairs are the same as before. — Reinforcements. are constantly reaching the Arrival of tke Steam sr A^ica. -. Halifax. Jan: 30th.—The el»t:fj»<?»-s of int...
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
JBS^'Z 'u Persons out of' Employment.Jtg& AGENTS WANTED IN EVEIIV SECTION OF THE UNITED STATES. heninst Elegant and Useful Volume ofthe Year SEARS' GREAT WORK ON RUSSIA. TUST pnblishpd, an Illustrated Description of the-RUSSUN EMPIRE. Being a Physical and Political History of its Government sand Provinces, Productions, Resources, Imperial Government, Commerce, Literature, Educational Means, Religion, People, Manners, Customs, Antiquities, etc., etc., from thn latest and most authentic sources. EuihfllWIied with about 200 Enirravin^s, and .Maps of European and Asiatic Russia. The whole cornj)lett. ' in one largo octavo volume of ah-iiit 70:> pa-jes. elegantly and substantiall y bound. Retail price, $3. 'I Ins work has been several years in preparation, and will, it is believed, meet in the fullest acceptation of the Word, the wnnt so universally felt for reliable information on Ihe history and internal resources of a country occupying so large a portion of Hip Ea...
Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
PROTECTION AGAIXST ,' i LOSSp (FHtl^s TH E undersifned inform* property-lipideri that he bat been duly Bttpniniefl -Aiffittof the PKRRV COUNTY MU W*h FfRK INSURANCE COMPANY, and that kr h the fnlj Agent in Adams county for the sania. He will take original and . renew old Insurances for said Com pony, which,: since its Incorporation, in 1843, has secured th* pprfrrt confidence of the pfopl« of ^ Adams hiid tltw adjoining couniips, (it bring iiiiiboriied to effect Insurances in nny pstrt of the Stain.) . Its integrity and ability have been fully lard satisfactorily demonstrated. The gradation of rales of Insurance is adapted to tlie mutunl interests of the whole Company *»" the class of the insured property* Every pmnn insuring becomes a member of the Company,- and may act in the Bekction of officers and hi the direction of its operaliona. - ;. : --; 0^7"Hon. Moses McClcaw rppr^»eiits tbe members in thin county in the B^ard of M»nagers. C. Ruth, Jr., is President, and J«'Ht» Campb...
Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
DO YOU WANT A WELL MADE AND CHEAP SUF OF WINTER CLOTHIM ? IF so, you can be acrommorlatpd hy calling on MAHCUS SAMSON, who liaejust opened and is now selling rnptdly at liU f-'uirn in York street, opposite the 13ank, a very lurgu, choice and cheap asoortmenl of Fall and Winter C«ood«, to which he invites the attpr'ionofthe pub'ic. TKpy 'have been selected with grnai cafe in the Eastern citieR, have benn bought ch"ap for cash, and will be sold cheap for cash—cheaper than at any other establishment in Gr.tty»burg. His stuck consists in nan of Hhtck, Blue, Olive and Gr«nn CLOTH COATS, with frock, drpss and sack coals; also Tweed, Cashrnpre, and Italian cloth ; al«o a Inrgestock of OVER COATS, which can't be beat in variely, quality or price, nut of tlm cities; also a very superior stock n\ PA NTALOONS, consisting in part- of ttxcel'eut ;nu! w«ll made French (Hack Doe-skin Casuimere, Fancy (' assiniere, Saline tin, Velvets, Cord, Linen und Cottonade. The stock of VESTS comprises eve...
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
©olsamlc €otialb 0nrup WD Indian rjcuMiFcas. l» tiamborn, M. D., Proprietor. H IVING purchMed ihp ar»ov«> Mprlicineii to generally known and Jnnily eetfbiatfrf, tbe underniered take* pt*«¦•> '?«; . rn^ Bfatijij? Jo the. Public, that he has fitted up an extrn«fv« Larobatort, and Is now manufacturing tftem on a mnch lar(r«r ««?e tbun ever .before, in order to supply theronaUntly merenningdemand Havlnp been extensivel y find snccesvfully engaged in the Practice of MfiUerne fcrr rear* —and having visited all thp principal Hn»pit»l« and Medical Inntitoliona in this coontry and in Kuropp, and become familiar with Ihe Prescriptions and Pieparatinn* oi«pd h? \h« practice of the.most Eminent Physicians »n* J^ofeiSArA. ofJMisdbiniLamwpbo«iWheV\"<»Tld, he has no hegitation in assprting lhat lie has found no Medicines so uniformly efficacious in the dispasp« for which they are recommended. A fair and impartial trial is all that is reeded. Tbe Medicines recommend llien...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
EVEH-GrREESr CEMETERY. LJSV AOTWE TO SUBSCRIBERS OF . STOt K. rjPHK lastiiistalment of the subscriptions to JL ihe C.ipual Snick-it- now-due,-and iuiuietlwte pnynirn! in all easts is required in o r der to tiie couipleiiou of the iiapruVi'ineuU conteuipl.itcd. and lo tlie meeting of the engisgei«VHis ~ of-|lie Coto|i,Tuy. Alexa.ndkk CiiBEAS, appointed Collector of the unpaid sub^rriplions, u'iil cat! ii;>un all in arrears; and it it* Imped that ihts rt-spunse will jiirtke.uiv fnrtiier steps unnecessary. Deeds are ready for delivery to all sueh purchasers of lots as have not yet paid purennse, money, and it is requested that they make payment nnd lift " them. The tlmnl.B of the company are tendered lo all who have already made payment. I). arCONAUGHY;-, iW/. H. J. Stahi.e,ySec'y. Feb. 5, 1«55. tf Adibiinistrazor's Notice. ¦ /1KORGE HARTMAN'S ESTATE—\X Letters of administration on the estate of G.orjje Hartman, formerly ot Adams county, Pa., arid late of Cass County, in t...
Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
€l)c itlavkets. Corrected from thelutert llaUinwre,T«rk& Ilanover paper BVI/TIMOUE— Voiuat i.vsr. Flour,per barrel , ^8 50 to 8 C2 "Wheat, per bushel, 1 9-5 to 2 05 Kve, '• 1 15 to 1 20 Corn, " 83 to 88 Oats, " 5 2 to 54 Cloverseed, " • . « 50 to 7 00 Timothy, " 3 25 to 3 50 " Whiskey", per gallon, 34 to, .36 Beef-Cattle, per huiul., 4 50 to 6 00 Hogs, " " 7 50 to 8 00 Hay, per ton, ' 18 00 to2fl 00 Guauo, Peruvian, per ton, 50 00 tool 00 HA.XOVEU-Tnousii.iY Lisr. Flour, per bbl., from stores, . ?8 75 Do. " "- . wagons, 7 87 Wheat, per bushel, 1 85 to 1 90 Kve, " 1 1<> Corn, " 77 Oats, " *> 47 Cloverseed, '* ' 6 <j Timothy, " 3 00 Plaster of Paris, per ton, 6 50 YORK— F:uniT i.vsr. Flour, per bbl.,from stores, §0 00 Do. " fiwa wagons, 8 12 Wheat, per bushel, 1 90 to 2 00 Kve, - 1 14 Corn, " , 78 Oats, " 50 CloviT.secd, " 6 50 Timothy. ¦" 2 50 Plaster of Paris, per ton, 7 50
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
2DI3SCLTTE1O2T. rpHE partnership heretofore existing be-L tweeu the Subscriners, under the name and style of S. Fahuestock & Sons, U this day dissolved hy limitation. All persons indebted to us will p|pK-*e call and sptti. ' .as it is necessary that our Books should be closed immediately. Either member of the Firm is authorised to use the names of (he Finn in settling their business. SAMUEL FAHNBSTOCK, -JAMES F. FAHNESTOCK, H EX R Y J. F A US KSTO CK. Jan. 1, 1855. LAST NOTICE. rriHE Uooks and Accounts of A. H. Kurtz _| h;ive liepii plm-ed in rny hands for ininiPilifOircTjM'^FTtfiii, and nonce is hereliy 'rivpTilo^^i j persons indebted \<> in iko. pnytnent . rm <>r before T/tursrl"!/, the 15'A i. f Ftbrwtnj in-jl—.i\- ter which (Lite all uhskiiIitI ace.hues will >e put in swit, without respect to p»Ts=MW. J'"- --- i'i R. G. McflREARY. ^ODA, Su^ar mid Water CRACKHU-S O (iinger Nuts. Scotch and Jrntn/ I.itni L'<ikes. (h new anic|p ,a...
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
Kxecutot'M ' Notice. JOHN DELLOMi'S ESTATE.—Letters testatnenlary on the estate of Jo!m Dellnne, late of Hamilton towrmliip, .Adims county, deceased, having been granted to the undersiirned, reKidinjr in Paradise township, York county, they hereby g ive notice to all person* indebted to s^id esta te to make immediate payment, and those havingf.liiius against ihe same to present them properly anllieducated for sellleuieiit. PKTER DKLLONK, KREDEUIC ' K DKLLOXE, January 15, 1855. 6t Ertcutors. -.. ¦1 3xecniop«' Notice. 1OHN HULL'S K.STATE. —Letters tes-_tawnj'iry__on the estate i»f John Dull , late of Buil^r township, Adarn^ cotinly, d«. ceased, liaviiiirhfen <;ranted toIheundersigned , rt";:Hiii(£ in the same township,they hereby give notice to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate p<iymenland those having clrims a^.iinst the same to present theiii properly authenliccted for seltlpineiit. CONRAD DULL, JKSSB DULL, January 8, 1855. 6t Execntnn. " 1^0 It C...
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
RBH-OTAL. I HAVE REMOVED from ISSWniLombard street to the new and con.inodious Warehouse, Ntt. 141 West Pratt slritt, ntar Light* opposite the Maltby Housp, and will continue my GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, for. the tnle ol TOBACfcP, GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCK, of all kinds; and will attend to the execution of orders for purchasing. ' ¦ "' ' ".",/ : 1 shall continue my GoaAo Agency, having increased facilities for supplying ihe best article, as usual, at the government' * lowest price—the ton of %240 Ib*.~wilh a moderate charge of commissionfof purchasing and forwarding. \' ' / 1 am having manufactured PfiONphale Of Mme, a superior article, which I will warrant to be pure. * ^ ] ' • ¦ 1 have connected with my,business, »nd shall at all times be supplied from the 1 mom celebrated manufactories in the Union, a largo supply of Agricultural liunl^mfiifM, of every description, WJirraiited, to frhlchl auk particularly the attention nf F«riiier« afnd drat« era. Trusting, by strict atten...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 February 1855
Collateral Inheritance Tax, STATEMENT of the Tax on Collateral Inheritances received by Daniel Plank, Ksq., Register of Adams county, during ihe year ending Nov. 30, 1854. Additional tax from Estate of John Duncan, deo'd, $255 64 *» * *S Letitia M'Neely, 8 49 " " SaniM Miller, 15 00 Am't " Satn'LSmyth, 19 13? " •" H. Overlioltzer, 100 25 •' " John & M. Patterson, 102 50 " " John Dickson, 3 00 » . *» Marur. Hnnkle, 28 75 " , •* James M'tJarron, 12 50 /« "• Harriet Bielil, 45 72 " " Julia A. Eukenrode, I 97 " *' Peter Kitchen, 11 96 " . ' " Mary M'Connel, ' 95 00 " ' " Joseph Kitchen, ' 142 50 . \ 844 41^ Attorney fee,-paid for services in collection of taxes, 15 00 5 per cent, commission, 42 22 • k~ oo Not balance, 787 19 $