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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

Huge Badisii and iuruips Kaiaed with 1 -. ,, ¦ -.. . , ; Guano. , „,.._-,., ' _ We received yesterday from Baldwin cpnnfy the following note, " with the ¦ac- 'oiDp'aHj'ine vegetables. Thvy speak for tiutuselved: ' ••£ send you a tunitp und a radish taken, from: poor,,'pineyjwood lands, with .a,v* ry,slight : sprinkling; of guano. The turnip measure* twenty-two BiiU.-a hnlf inches, and the radish two feet in circumference. I do lict remember till' nnnieHr Tht- seeds were: Kent ' to me by-friend Mc(.!iurc. vyho obmined.-thtm:, from, the Putvnt oilic.p.'' ..The turnip is shaptcl like tlie But Dutch, liut.is nibre regularly and smoothly formed, atid' ik greenish on the np]*r surface. * - Th« radish ill its huge dimensiuiis id ,\rit)iout its likeness in this region.—-Mobil* Tritiuney Ounuary'7. ; (f7*Wc recommend a careful and thorough trial 6f borie-dusron a consideruWe portion of the old pastures. In this, as in nil other cases, let a portion of each 9eld be left unmunurcd, and mark ...

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

Rudene3s and Gentleness Tn a certain,town are. two boys of nearly the same age, each the oldest of a family of children; but as opposite in disposition as you can conceive. Samuel is the tyrant of his -family. ..His little brothers and sisters always run when they see him coming and hide their playthings as qutakl y ntf ' pn usiMi. art^ii fh»y W bi« noU y and lawless " footsteps. If he passes them by without breaking their .playthings they think themselves fortunate. He insists that ns he is the oldest " , he must be obeyed, and so he often obliges them to do little favors for himself which he really has no right to dvmandr Is H-strange that none of the chijdren love him ? Adin, on the other hand, is a very different boy. He, too, is the oldest of his brplhersnnd sisters ; but he never thought this a reason for making them fear .ind wait opon him like so innny slaves.— He is always welcomed with delight to their little circle, for ho directs and assists them in their sports, a...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

Barnum. on Advertwing He rhxs—-" Advertise, yoivr business. Do not, hide your, lig ht under a bushel. Whatever your occupation or cnllin ' g may berif it needs support from the public, advertise freely and efficiently. I freely confess that what success T have had in my. . rife.«iny;fuirJy 1 . be attributed more to the public press than to nearly all other '.causes, combined'' There may,possibly l>e'occupations that do not require advertising, but I cannot well conceive what they.art*..( Men, in business will sometimes tell you that they have tried advertising and that it did not pay-This is onl y when advertisingIk'don'e'Sparingly nr inV grud"irigly. Homatpn thic doses of advertising, will not pny perhaps-r-itw half a.jio. ;tion of physio, making * the patient sjck, but effecting nothing. Administer liberally, and the care will bo sure and permanent. Some, soy 'they cannot afford,to advertise:' they .mistake—they cannot alford not to adx'ortise. lnthis country w he re ...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

ftron i neara suppressed sous,-ana someone whispering-+n-a-sootbing"tone. ^ __ '•\our father wilLpardouns, I am confident," I heard whispered. "Oh. no, he will not, when I have treated him—so unkindly," sobbed-oat a feminine voice; "oh, I wish I could return." "Dear Lucy, we shall return after we have heen to Boston, and been married," said her companion, soothingly. "Ila. ha! an elopement," thought . I, and my curiosity was excited to know wbo-tttey were. Accoidingly, I cautiously shifted my position in such a manner that by slouching my hat over my face, I could watch them unobserved What was my surprise to see the young gentleman who had come aboard the steamer at the eleventh hour, caressing the lady who had been so anxious for his arrival ; queer brother and sister. By the drift.of their conversation, T learned that lie had persuaded her To elope with him from New York .-where they lived, and proceed to Boston, and there get married. Slie had consented, but when aboard the ...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

Sclcrt Jllisccllann. From thfi Star Spangled Banner THE STEAMBOAT ELOPEMENT. The last bell of the New York nhd Boston steamer had just ceased ringing, the mooring had been cast off, and the huge wheels were beginningAo revolve, when a fashionably-dressed young gentleman came rushing down to the river, shouting for the captain to hold on and take him on board. He was followed by a stout porter bearing a trunk on his .shoulder, while a number of ragged, juveniles were flocking around him, laden with a hat-box, valise and-umbrella, and yelling for a shilling. ••Hold on, arid 111 pny double passage !" he anxiously shouted, when he observed that the captain look no notice of his hail, and th;it the boat increased her distance from the wharf. "Give iriL-a sln!lin ' ,sir,u shilin' ," vociferated the ragged crew. '¦Clear out, you little devils ! he exclaimed, seizing Ins chattels, and swinging his carpetbag round, keeling them heels-oxer head. •1 was leaning over the taffniil, looking...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

tdljokc }i)octvi). "The three sisters were buried side Iiyside; white roses . lay upon their breasts, anl the coffins were crowned with flowers." , , .. O.! bev them to their re-it ! • White ro.se.-. ou their breast* .uid"in-> theirhands ; Through slumber deep and hU-st They pass in beauty to the eternal* lands. Thaim was no outworn life Of failing liopes anil imreiiiu.nbercd vuwb ; The worM ' jf n.i<] care unJ utrife 'Had traced nu surruws uu their msuule bcoWB. O; call them. not too youiig! God's peace was on thuir Uirf—their life wan love. N ITodg w.id their stay—tou lon^ • - For angola who had left their homes above. The weeping Spring shall. conie, Ani spread the jiiths- thay' loved with glint'ning green; The jay .slnll buiM her home In a.-biur.-) wlie.-c tlu-ir favorite ncata have been. Tha . v 3U.U1 co.ne bick no more: Morning -ihill mixs tlieir gl-U, sweet smiles, and deep Th"e pine'.-. pevpelu.il ro^r BreaJc u'er the spot where .side by side they sleep. And ...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

TEEMS OF THE COMPILER 8gF*Ti? Rf.pubh' cau Compiler is published every Monday morning, by Hkxky J. Staiu.k, at 51 * 75 per annum if paid in ttdvancr—5>2,U0 per annum if not' paid in advance. No subscription discontinued, unless fit. the option of. th<rpublisher. unrUjall arrearages art paid. Job Work done, neatly, cheaply, and, wiili dispatch. 4®*Office on South Bnltinforc street, directly opposite Wa hi pier' s Tinning Establishment, one and a half squares fioni the Court House.

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

BY J. D. P. BROOKS

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

The Great Snow Storm at the Northwest. The Chicago papers brine: ns various nocounts of "he recent terrible snow storm fn all that region of country. Of course there was it total Ktisprnsinn of . travel. Locomotives and whole trains of cars were buried in snow, and the passengers suffered mnnsely -fn>mc«M and hunger. The Chicago Journal of the 20th ult. says: ' _ Advices were received late .Saturday ereningto ibe eflect that the train wlfich'left TSpring.-fkJd earl y last week, on board of ¦which was the Sjieaker of the House, the members of the* Legislature from this county, and almost a «{ii .orumofother members, the clerks of the two Houses. &c. ' . were in imminent peril. ' About 40miles from Wilmington, it appears the train came to a spow drift, about 15. feet in deptl*. The locoiaoiivfr being nearly out of water, the engineer andcoaductor proceeded tojjVLPext sta tion_t^«i^t_^pp > 3L^MLfeen-iih-ari_ riving the tank was found to be-f-roiehv so4hat tlie e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

i»)NrAVirajitCi^ "S.T2,,1855. (£7 Tfic wenllier during inKt week w»s fxm-nuri y roJd. On Tuesday the mercury .ii.'od at 5° below ztro. and oa Wednesday W i»ii)g 1* *Ih«».v A severe Bnow-slorm l» rcv»iki! on Wednesday and Thursday, and the sleighing is exeollent, ' Tliose who are rt'g!»rd |c^ *>f col d "noses cud tost-j." are goin^ \t with B r»u» h ! COU> WkatjHJR — Therp|M»ru of the state of "Ifw^vsTWrartfie Notiii ttmT-UvstrTnrTties*- *l ay, s]»uw it to have beu\ extremely cold, as jtoi-ruinly washi this region, ' At Cambridge V» jvt*r.sity, in Boston, the " mercury fn the graduated.instrument fctood 10J dug. below j^rc, imlto&iiug the coldest weather had there for tire last fifteen year*. The Charles rivor -->r*s-efittr*ly -frogen - ,-ov«\ -The 1 thermometer w.w beliw zero at Ogdensburg, N- X, 33'deg.; nt Buffalo, 2U di'S^; at Rochester, 18 dcg.; at variants towns in Maine «nd New Hampshire at from 13 to 20 deg.; *t Quebec, 21 deg.: and at St.-Jo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

A Secularised Clergy. It is njiingular featufe of the present state of politics in this country, that ho.-sts of clergyjiu^j^o^l^t4jg~rcljuxuyl__ a^jnjembej^tjufl^ te Legislatures , or of the national Congress, and some are even now we believe candidates for Governor, ' It has always been a grave question how far a clergyman should interfere in the exciting politic.it questions of the day.. lie has certainly all the rights of any other citizeii, and may e.xercisu those rights in such ' a , way or manner as may seem good to him. His great mission however is to win men from sin to holiness, and to make his influence fc-lt, he - should not excite in th& minds of those with , whom he comes.in contact, prejudices such as , would tend to destroy his usefulness. He is to ' jeware of placing a stumbling block m hi.s brother's way. It is well known that political animosities are exceedingly bitter and hard to eradicate... Xo clergyman ' .can _gs_i.nto_the political arena, particu...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

Registration Aet. ThTLegislature has passed ftn act which repeals the registration law enacted during Ciov. Johnston's administrntion. The repeal of this law was demanded hy public opinion, as well ns . by every principle of justice and right Tho registration law oost the State about Ihir ' ty thnuMnddallari, and it would have beeiTnuiolvhcfterifThiarwrountrofwraneyimd been appropriated towards paying our State debt. It would havo reflected more oredit on the Legislature. But «o it goes. A*k an appropriation for a really meritoriena onuse, and the cry of economy is raised at once. It stands no chance. Humbug has more virtue now-adnys tbnnlegttiinnto projoots.— llnr. Uninn. Horkihlk Dkatji.—A man named John Rassel. residing near Orrstown, Franklin county came to his death on Thursday week last, in a shocking manner. lie had been engaged in burning lime, and was found next morning upon the top of the kiln, dead : his lower extremities burnt away, and his body vt-ry much charred. I...

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

Mechanics and Laborers. The ^ following act of Assembly which was passed at the last session of the Legislature is not generally known. We publish it for the bcnirfit of those for whom it is intended -the mechanic and laborer. Sue. 1. Be it enacted. &c. That in at! assignments of properly, whether real or personal, winch shall hereafter be made by any person or persons, or chartered companies to trustees or assigns, on account of inability at the timu of the assignment, to pay his or their debts, the wnges of minors, mechanics, and laborers, employed by such person or persons, or ^ chartered coinprvny, shall be the lirst preferred nnd paid by such trustee or' assignee, bcforV any other creditor or creditors of the assignor: Provided, That any one claim thus prefered shall not exceed one hundred dollars. Itathmid Jleettlenl. Pni!;ADKi.pniA. Feb. (1. — A freight train on the Columbia Railnmd ran off the track aliout thice miles west of the Schuylkill this afternoon. All ...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

rv(jr-Kxfti.VtVi. " K'Jiiu:.—The Pottsvillc (Pa.) Hus'sttr has the following account of an apparently unquenchable fire in the Silver Creek collieries of that county : Foui years ngo, what is now called the old Iircaker, at 'Thomas & Ui-aty ' s mine, caught fire from an explosion. The fire was communicated to the "dirt heap*" around, where it has been secretly burning evi-r since. It made Us appearance again about five weeks ago, in the immediate vicinity of the new hrcakci. The mine has stopped, as well as every other mine in the neighborhood. The coal mountain in this State, which has been on lire mnee ISi'.T.will piobably soon .be. extinguished, as the tire is approaching a point which can bo submerge!! in ~ water. A mass of coal has h?on coitsumwl three-eighths of a milt? long, till feet wide, and ;>00 jeel deep, eipial t<» 1,421 UK'O tons of con I. Tiik MBiiciX .Minis.—One million, three hundred and iifiyciglH thousand and lifty-live dollars were coine...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

to-morrow. Hon. .Arnold Hummer will probably~tie nominated and supported by the Democrats. [C^Anothcr arrival from Europe—the Atlantic—but no war news of the slightest moment. The Russian General, Menschikoll', is reported to have said—"Our troops may rest -rGenerata January, Ftlruary and MrtreA will fight our battles far better than we can !" Lord John Russell hasresigned^bts position in the British cabinet, and Palmerstpn, it is said, will take his place. O*llon. J. C. Breckenridgo, in consequence of the continued illness of Mrs. Brcckenridgc, has declined the mission to Spain, and Hon. A. C. Dodge, IT. S. Senator from Iowa, has been appointed and confirmed in his ste:id. !C7*We are again underobligations to Messrs. RrssEU, and Klrtz, of the National House of Representatives, and Messrs. McCi.kan and Mkm.ingkr, of the State Legislature, for acceptable favors.

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

- — - ^ A Good Biiu-ksqcb ok 1vxow-Xotiiin<;t«m. —The following excellent hit upon the ridiculous notions of Know-Nothingism was given by the City Council of Roxbury, Mass., which, u|K>n the last night of its session, passed the following ordinances : ••Ordered, That the Superintendent of the Almshou.se be, and he is hereby directed to sell nt private sale all the horses attached to the establishment that may 'Je of foreign Mood ; also, all the oxen and cows of the Dm-haii) .shmthoru, Ayrshire nnd Alderney breeds: also, all the swine known to be of foreign extraction, and supply their places with native lirveds, whose pedigree can be trace*! with absolute certainly as far hack as Shav 's Rebellion. ' "Ordered, " That the measurers of wood nnd bark l.e directed to examine all the fruit and forest trees in the city, am}; to dig up their roots and make into fagots all those of foreign origin, of apples, peaches, p lums. &c, nltio, all the English elms. Europea...

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

JC7"A distressing casualty happened on Saturday week, above the Dam on the Schuy'.Lill river at Philadelphia, resulting in the death of Mr. Siiiniii-1 A. Sliinn. Druggist, uged2f> years, and Miss Russell, ngiil '2U years, both of that city. Mr. Shinn was skating aiuLpashing Miss Russell before him on n .-led on tbfe ice when without being aware of it, they came on sv thin place nnd were both drowned. The-bodies were recovered, hut loo lute to restore the vital spark. Truly lliis i.s nn aJHiclive event. Biiu.K .BfitNixis—A week or two ngo, the Frederick Examiner published nn article to the effect that Mr. Elder, a Catholic priest nt St. Mary's College, near Kminilsliurg, had burned 11 liiltle which lie found in the haihis of Mrs. IlarlAugh, at Sabillnsville. In the lust p»per it i.s acknnwledgedghnt the whole matter was a fabrication, a uinii named Samuel Valentine hnving made a false certiliuate—and the Editor retracts the allcgaiion.

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

Legislative. On Friday vock» * -Jbiil fixing-the pay of on-mbem of the Logistatiireat $. r i00 for t1*e sri:-«ion, with an aHowauce of ten oe»it« a mile for every niflc travelled, p*twcd tbeSeoafe, 18 to id.- " ¦ " . •:• ' • . ¦ ¦' In the House, a supplement to the Act relative to Pennsylvania Medical Collie nt Piiiladelphin, wbb reported by Mr; Mengle. This in the bill which we alluded to; a week or two since, or having been- secretly got up to affect the interests of the College. It was referred to the Committee on tlie Judiciary ; and on Friday that body reported adversely to it.

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

Pkacticr vs. Prmckpt.— I'he Providence "out places strikingly in contrast the course ol (jm\ Clark nnd Mayor Wood, of New York. The former was elected under the claim-that—he represented all the virtues, and after a few days in office, even his former friends charge his administration with corruption. The latter was chosen in the face of the most foul charges against him, and has so conducted during his few days in office as to carry popular opinion universally with him.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

country. C7 The New York hoard of emigration estimate that &>0.0(iO,lH)0 in money has bem brought to this country in the last year by German Emigrants. » 3T7*The lirst legislature of Nebraska territory \uui met ftiul organized. The choice t.f officers is said to l>e friendly to the administration.

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