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Id=227 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

Wl% 'WM^tm§ WAI, NEW ESTABLISHMENT.-C3-OT2aBSi« J>IAI3>C TO ORDER. ri^HE undersiirned lakes pleasure in inform-_l ing the ninzens of (Gettysburg and the public generally, that he i* prepared to furnish (iMiMKNT. ^ of ail kinds, tnrttENTLEMKN'S W EAR, at the shortest no/ice, -tn ' in the latest possible jiyle. Having open«-d a Merchant Tailoring establishment. inC!hamhersl urir street, opposite tlie Lmheran church, and secured ihe services of exp< ri«*nced work men. he feel* confident of pleasing all who may favor him with lheir patronage. Coun-Irv produce taken in exchange for work. J. S. URAMMER. Decemlier -1, 1854.

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Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

3altimore S Susquehaniia Railroad. CHANGE OF HOURS!—Way Passenger Tr.iin leaves Calve " rt Sution at 8.15 a m Arrives at ,York at .. . H a iu Accoinmnditiion Train leaves Culvert Station at . 4.'25 p m Arrives at York at ' i-A'i p m repress Twin leaves Calvert Station al l» p m Arrives al York at 12 p.m RKTURNINrii Way Passenger ,'i'iaui will leave Harriwliur^ at ' J.45 p m Arrivino :it York at . 2.45 p m Express T/ainleaves Harrisburg at H.15.A m Arrivinjj; nt York «t 9.->\ a Si A. P. WINCHESTER, SupcrU. March20, 185K

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Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

§ «tb-$oil I : toughs, OF the l^rrt quality, always on hand, and for sale, in Gettysburg, "t the Fo.sin_ 'l ry_o_ T. " WAKREN <iu. SON. QUEfiNSWARE AND GROCERIES.— . A. AliNOLI) is now receiving a larije 1 "t of Q'lepnswjrc, which he will sell low. Call and see. - ~Oni. 2. SHAWLS.—A hiijlnt of Ray State Shawls. Lon;; und Sqn.m-: IJrochi* and Thihet Shawls—a splendid variety, an«l <rr>injj at the cheapest rites, at . " SC1MO ~ K'.S p i»t E ON B ! C0MEJU.L !-To see ihoie \ . ' .cli 'ilp (rOL'dfljUSt [ICtivirl »>V Oct. 2. A. ARNOLD.

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Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

BEA:PY-MA1)K CLOTHING.. i .,.,...,. ,,- George 4ArnpW , ; "Iif-AS now entered ip;4 he Cloiliingbuairiess JL jLft^n^fl Jy' -«n«i k»< 3. - T . . .. >.-. JEXPBmKNCKix VVORKMKN, in-hisiprnployrnent, conRtantly ciijtlnjir put and making up, QUt.of his .own cloths. Ov^rConts. Dress Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Monkey Jackets, dw» &c. : All kinds of Clothing made to pnler, on nhort npUce. ,; CotTWantly.-Kn, haml and fur sale » great variety nf'Cl.othinsj.of his own inannfacturirjgt i& chtrtp' jit ihf ehefiptiil. Call and »ee them. We . cqnnot . be. beau October 30, 1851.

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Id=221 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

TFfflllM JH. SKELLY respectfully informs his old customers and the public nenerally, that he continues the TAILORING BUSIN£SS,~at his old stand, in South Baltimore street, where he will be happy to accommodate all who may patronize him. All work entrusted to his care warranted to lit ami be of most substantial make. Thankful tor past favors, he solicts a continuance of public patronage, i H3§~The New York Spring and Summer Fashions are received. Call and see them. Gettvsbiiijz, IMay 1,1854.

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Id=236 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

207 nat'iri. rv St.. l»:wa Clurlrs ami I.' git stit .May S. lh5J. ly SBiREtWAKR. 4 LM'fiK addition ir> mir st<-ck nf Hnrif-± ~\_ ware. Carriage Trimmings, c\c. lins been made, and t!io.-e in want of any ariiclp in that line. *li.:nlii n->t f.iii lo examine our Mn ' ck. We piedge ourselves to «e!l cheaper lliat. ilio cheapest. Come to FAHNE6>TOCKj>* October 16, 1854. PERFUMERY of all kinds.vi!' br , - ,., ind ai SC HICK' S.

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Id=218 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

]i will he PNchainji'il to ^nit not fitting, h y ret'irniniT it »t once, tinsiiilcil. For sa ' c only~!*y the Im|>nrter, CALEiLIJ. NEEDLES. Cnr. Tn-clfth. 4' [t'ace Sis., Philadel p hia. (V^ I..«die*, r«'i|uiiins: the Senefit of Meehnnirnl Sttvpnrfa. owint; lo <l<>r;inor Ptnfiit o! ih* 5 Inlern.tl Orjran 1 * , incl>irin<_r Fnllinrr of ihe YV oinh, V«.cal. Pi'lmonary. Dy<pe|iiic. Neiv.ius ami Sfiinal Weakness, are. tn'formed 'hat a competent and experienced Ladv will be in aliendnuce at the Rooms, (*rt npirt for their exclufirf W.) N". <U TWELFTH Slre.-t, 6r^t <Jn. , r t'tlow R-icr. ' .l<ilv 3, \b3i. Iv

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Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

<¦' ( • • ' ' 2^S^s|5 *i5^ TTi'AS'fci'OffirpnnrHoorweR! of the Lutheran IjL-chufcIt, in Qlmii.liersiiurg street, ami opposite (frammer's store, whore those, wishiti " loliaveany DenlAlOperationperfoimed nre=respectfully inviwd io rail. i,-i }¦ ; BE KE K B \C E R: ' . , ' " Dr. D- G 'tlben, i>r. C. N. Berliirby.Dr. T) }!on»er, Re.v. '<*<. P. Krauih, D.l>.,Rev. H. LKangher, I). P-, H«?v. Prof. William M, Reyj.oUls.Rwy. Prof.M:.lae<>bs. Prof. M.L.Suev«r. Gettysbiirg,:April 11, ItfujS. . if

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Id=220 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

most desirable article for.Home Consumption, and the Souther n and Western Markets, that have ever btren^rnvented. < DEALERS and SHIPPERS will do well to call and examine for themselves. ; Qot'lhcse Matches are WJftiRANTED lo be superior to anything her el tf ore offered to the Public. JOHN DONNELLY, 106 North Fourth St., Philad'a. December 18,-18M. $8.

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Id=234 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

aii5a^ v i 0(313313^ 280 Market street, above Slh, Philfidelphia. €. I. Bush & Bro., Proprietors. ^j^HIS House has a central location, on one J_ of llie principal thoroughfares of the city. No effort spared to make visitors comfortable* ftl'.OO per day. / June 12, 1854. ly ©

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Id=222 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

TAKE NOTICE. THE undersinrned -wishes all who are indebted to him hy note or book account, to call and pay up oh or before the I'irtl day nf February next. Those who.disregard this notice will ' find their accounts in the hand* of an officer for collection'. Jan. 1, 1855. ABR'M. ARNOLD.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

BY CHARLES DICKENS . ' 3. (Capital -: Storm From the Christmas Number of "Household Words." RICHARD DQUBLEDICK; A POOR TRAVELLER'S STORY In the year one thousand seven hundred ai?d ninety-nine, a relative of mine came limpingdown, on foot, to this town of Chatham. I call it tin ' s town, because if anybody present knows to a nicety where Rochester ends and Chatham begin* it is more than I do. He was a poor traveller, with not a farthing in his pocket. He sat by the fire in this very room, and he slept one nigiit in a-bed that will be occupied to-night by some one here. My relative came down to Chatham, to enlist in a cavalry regiment, if a cavalry regiment would have him ; if not, to take King George ' s Shilling from any corporal or .sergeant who would put a bunch of ribbons in his hat. His object was to get shot; but he thought he mig ht as well ride to death as be at the trouble of walking. Mv relative's Christian name was Richard, but he was better known as Dick. He dr...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Stati6tia8 fi>F tfre Pa&t Year, .„, , .; The papersHnTvariouSi direcUons. arc^filjwl with Hlniistjea of the past year, giving tlicromarkabie events 1 , accidents, I'nridentsV'flrdsV Re,-throughout'the eotmtry. Tho entire liwsj. : from lircM, throughout the United State*,;lor.., the year, is estimated at about 525,000,000. " There ' were, also, eighty-three 'fires hi which loss of life i-nHtied, the number «f victims. Ireing 1 one hundred and Hcventy-one. , ,; , y, ., The niimbcr of rajlroad accidents was one . h undred n»d ninety-three, killing onehunqied ' »ml eighty-six porsons' r nmt wourtding ' fi\-d ' hundred nnd eighty-nine. In l8f)3:tH«jrower© only one hundred and thitty eight similar ,aq- cidents, but attended with the hiss nf two hundred ' nti<l thirty-four olives,! besidta foiir hundred and ninety-six wounded. , .-• The steamboat accidents of the year bavo nlnrmingl v increased—the * totaVmimber reochin^ forty-Viglif,'with' t\\d Wsof live hundred ...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

€\)out ipoctrij. - - For tho*Kei>til>Iiciin Compiler Musings at the Family Altar. UV CAXTATA. All, holy shrine! with jny T greet Tliy old fuitiilhu- face once more ; And wjatuil humbly .it thy feot, Thy favor once again implore. I oft', ujjbti ' this gracious feat ll.ive wopt and Jinilfl with those I love j ^- A nJ often, in thoir cmli'nce sweet, >Ilave liitod heart and voice above. But now, those sounds have sunk to rest, Within the dark chautic ]»L->t; 'Ami fnrais tluit then around thce pi'CSa'J, Are fading from tliy presence fast. J.et it be .so ! tho' ev'ry scat Should wall their dreary vacancy;—1 Ktill willlingur at tin- feet, And offer up my life for thce. Thy comforts yet abound in wealth; «. Tin- plenteous hand y«t freely tf ivus; And thcjii hant yet the nweets of health For each, who neath thy shelter lives. , ,I love to henr. each whi«perin;r;. 1 love to hear e.ich gentle prayer—That daily from thilie linage winjj Thuir Hlght to loftier, highe...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Hot so Very, Green; *, . A young and apparently yerdant slip.-wjio gave his hailing pine© os : "»)<J Yaniiount,'* found himself sWroundcuV ' npon a 'ccrurirfo ' eensitm, by a crowd of quiring upntarls, yrho seemed bent «pon (jj.spltty.jng their p ^ wn smartness, at tho expense of tho Yankee. "Hello, Jonuihuh !" ; siiys ono, "where are you bound?" : " r ¦ ' * "Deoun to Boslpg, on a little trump," was the replyv ' . ' " "What's your bnRinipssJn'BostonV* continued the inquiHitivu gentleman. . ., . "Oh, il'm deoun aricv uiy pension.money," responded greeny. , • . ' "Pension money !'*cjflC»iTfltcd frhisfceree; "how much do yon get* and what arc you drawing pension money for?" "Oh . l " answered the coiihtryman, "I' get four cents erery ye&r^-tew to-tnind my. own business, nnd lew to let other folks' business alone!" , ; ,,..„,, Tho crowd had no more remarks Id offer.— Th« answer .wa»enlircly.«otislttct(ury.. «;

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Ax FiAHTHQtAKK IN Vuirtixi.v,--TJie shock of an earthquake is said to have been felt in several places in Virg inia, on Fjiday week'. The Kichmrtnd I'nxt snys : At Clnrksville there was a rumbling, rattling sound, which resembled somewhat the noiso made by a four horse conch in rapid motion. Or u wagun wiih an^-mply body, running rabidly; down .1 n.i,»h hill. Crockery standing on the table was \ isibly shaken. At Wvlesburg. the houses wete shaken, and oi.e gentleman was waked up by the Hrvere jur .iml noise:" Alarmed by the cracking sounaot his house, he jumped out of bed cbnsidem.hly fVi^hk'ned, nnd ran out to see it his house was not on lire at the top. In Prince Edward, wo learn tlie shock was still greater. In Halifax, it wa9 sufficient to wnke persons from sound sleep. ..Wc.-a.ro surprised to learn that no person in Richmond was aware ol an earthquake in thisTegion nTfaTT.

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Hau . d Times and Wants.—Virtue wants more ndmiiers: wisduhi more suppliants; truth more real friends: and honesty more practitioners. The tradvrwants more profit,and less envy of his more fortunate neighbor. Religion wants more said about the theory, and more done in the way uf practice. 1'hilanthropy wants a residence, and . .fidelity an asylum. Love, charitv and our banks want to beiu bettei civdit. Vride wants to be discarded, and modest ditfidence introduced. Kve^- old Baolielor wants :i wife, and every girl of sixteen a hu.sbiind. Every creditor wants his bill paid, and every debtor wants wionty to pay it.—fitk, [C^s ' -The pK+suie of doing good is the only 011c which decs not wear out.

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

TERMS OF THE COMPILER XSgy'/Vie Republican Compiler is published every Monday morning, by Iluxjty J. St.mh.k. at £l> "o per tunuim if paid i« advance—§2.00 peranmim if not . paid in advance. No subscription discontinued, unless at the option of the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. . AiJVKimsKMHXTs inserted at the usual rates. — Joir^Vwttr^onerTrcatly7i;lieifp1y7^inlv\ -li{r dispatch. id^Office on South Baltimore .stxejeiolirectly opposite WainpkrJs Tinning Establishment, — one and a half squares from the Court House.

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Speech of General Cass [C7"Thf Know Nothing Legislature of Michigan has passed resolutions instructing the Senators and requesting the Representatives from that State, io use their best exertions to procure the passage of an act by Congress, to prohibit the ~ introduction or existence of Slavery in any of the Territories, especially Kansas awl Nebraska, and to introduce, wifhout delay, a bill for the Iait«T purpose, and'also to procure \\\dimntciiinte rrptnl itfthi act of 1850—known as the Fu;ilivf. SIiikc l.nw. Those resolutions were presented to the American Senate, on Mowlnv week, hy the lion. Sir. Stuart, one of tho Michigan Senators, who, with Gen. Cass, will treat them as they deserve Io be treated Gen. Cass addressed the Senate, at considerable length, in relation to these resolu-ions, and the party«at whose msrrmet. ' t)iuy were passed. The old patriarch putsntVest tbe sil• ly report about bis being a Ki'iuw -Nothing. It was a base si a ml er upon ;i true American. M...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

A Rapid Falling Off In June last, an election was held in the city of Philadelp hia for Mayor. Mr. Conrad was elected bv over eig ht thousand majority. He received the entire tvnow-Nothing vote, and the result, was regarded as the real strength of the secret order in that city. At ihe October election, so. great bad been h: chvn'^ e of public opinion, that Gov. Pollock was only .able to ohtain a majority of tk!rly-eii>ht kunire.it. Ilera was a falling off, in the short " " space of four months, ofofer/oitr thousand. "S;u»"crow :d > to he sure, hut it was one of those "crows which indicated that he was in rather a sickly condition. (i>iv. Pollock received in the city of Pittsburgh a mJtjorj- .y of near fourteen hundred, and in Allegheny.-city of near twelve hnnrired. An election was htW in boih ifco^e cities last , month, for .Mayors. Voiz. the ami- Know -Xothing Candidate in Pirisburg. teat Morgan, the Know-^ot.hiag Camliflate^ over Tow humlred. whilo Ad...

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