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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

(CTTwenty-eight of tbe thirty-two Know Nothings who seceded from the Legislalive cnucus-for U. S. Senator when the nonrnation of Gen, Cameron became evident, have issued a circular to their constituents, justifying their secession on the ground that Cameron is too fresh n Know Nothing, and ready to turn with any current that will elect him.

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Adams County Common Schools. (£7*fn the Report of the State Superintendent of Common Schools, (for a copy of which we are indebted to D. Wills, Esq., 1 ) wo find the following statistics of Adams county, for the school year ending Aunc Irtfvfct

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

From the' Cincinnati Commercial. January 30 ^ A Double Baby, with Two Heads, Two -Pairs of ArmsTwo Chests, Two Stomachs, Two Hearts, aud Two Pairs of Longs. >Ve stated a few days since, that a strange - case of -malformation .had occurred at Lancaster, in this State, find promised a more full description of the curious production, which we hoped to gain at the hands of spine of our medical friends. From the tower extremity of the breast-bone of the two ^-he re the junction bodies takes Til ac e—upwards, there are the upper parts of' two perfect and well developed infants—two . heads, two pairs of anus, -4,wo chests, two stomachs , two hearts, two pair of lungs and two livers. From the same poitn t ' . o*n wards, the blending of the two systems into one be- [ comes more and more intimate, until it seetns ' alm ost perfect and complete. The intestines, < and all the lower organs, are in common with, common tenuinii, and the le^ made up of the rig ht leg of one ...

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Administrator's Notice. CLARA E. 30YKITS ESTATE.— Letters j)f ^ administration on the estate Clara E. Boyer, late o f*~ "Cumberland towTv ship, Adams county, decease.], having been granted to the undersigned, residing in the same township, he herpby gives ¦ notice to all persons indebted to said «state to make immediate payment, and those having clai;ns aoatnst the same to present them properly authenticated for settlement. JACOB BENNER . ' Jfc/mV. February 19, 1855. 6t Gco. Richardson, No. Ml N. Howard Strat, finh'mnre, IyV YS and sells FLOUR, GRAIN, If AY ) STRAW, and Country Produce crpncr^l ly- Has also on hand a larire stock of (3RO CHRIES . vi-hnlesalu and retail. Feb. 19, 1855. ly China, GSass and <i«eensware. Geo. TV. Bnkee, Suc.ces$or tn J. C. Bukec tj- Co., TMPORTER ar.d Dealpr in CHINA, GLASS and QUEENSWARE. 41 i\nrth Howard Street, (brtwten Fay eft e and Lrxifi !*- ton streets,) Baltimore, Md., respectfully invites the attention of Dealers to an exnmiiintion...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

every spectator in the yard to shudder and turn away his face in horror. The agony of the sufferer must rnmrbecn intense. His legs and arms, although fifniily tied behind his back, writhed nTjout for at least ten minutes. The veins rif his hands increased in size. After hanging about fifteen minutes, Dr. Sabustier pronounced him dead, and his body was cut down and placed in a rough coffin, and soon the ghastly,-lifeless form of the child slayer was forever hid from mortal gaze.. . , but without avail.—The wounds were bound up with lint and linen, but it was with great difficulty he could be kepi alive until the day of execution. It appears, however, ~ he ' walked to the gallows with a firm step. So soon as the cell. His windpipe had been cut; and his thmat. from ear to enr. had been Hacked with a desperate, misdirected energy, which left it a complete mass of mangled flesh. He had also stabbed himself in the side, and attempted to butt bis brains out against his dungeon walls. ...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Important from Havana—Supposed Attempt lo Murder Capt. G. en. Concha—Arrest of Conchit's Secretary and Two Jimericans. >?bw Orleans, Feb. 14.—The steamer Empire City arrived here today from Havana, ¦with dates to the 9th instant. .It was rumored that an attempt had been mssde to take the life of Concha. At night the palace was illuminated for a public reception, but at eight o'- clock the gas was suddenly turned off, when it is supposed the conspiracy was discovered. Eig hty arrests were made, including Concha's secretary and two Americans. The Cubans ate extremely apprehensive of a descent of filibusters. Nkw Okleaxs, Feb. 16.— Advices from Havana si&te that a squadron of Lancers had rev 'lied ai Pinar .. del Rio, and ilie Island was in g ea! excitement ajid confusion- Numerous a rests had been made and bodies of troops were moving in all directions. Okigin- ok the French Spoliation- Claims. —There is still much speculation afloat as to whether the President will...

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

I»O YOU WIST A VTKJLl, MAOJC AND CHEAP SUIT OF W1XTER CLOTIIIXG? IF so, you can he accommodated hy callim" on MARCUS SAMSON, who hae just opened and is r.ow selling rapidly al his Store in Yurk street, opposite the Hank, a very hirjio, choice and clinap assortment of Fall and Winter Goods * to which he invites the aiter'ionof the public. They haveheen selected with great care in the Eastern cit'ea, have been bought ch";i p for cush,and will he sold cheap for cash~—cheaper thnn al any other estaJjlishatenl in Gettysburg His stock consiHis in p-.ut of Black, Blue, Olive and Green CLOTH COATS, with frock, dress and sack eoats; also Tweed, Cashmere, and Italian cloth ; also a largp ' stock of OVER COATS, which enn'the beat in variety, quality or price, nut of the. r.ilieu; also a very superior stock ol PANTALOONS, consisting in part of excH'ent and well - made French Black Doe-skin Cassimere, Fancy Cassimeie, Satinetts, Velvets, Cnrd, Linen and Cottonade. The slock of VESTS comprise...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Kew Firm in the Shoe and . Hat Business. PJiXFON-ip - - COBEJIN HAVE commenced business at the well known stand of VV. W. Paxton, which lias lately been fixed up anew. Business in be done on the princi ple of >k <juick sales and short profits," for Cash or Produce. We will keep a tjood stock and sell cheap. To siiiisly yourselves, call and -see-our-asaortment.— We intend to give.our constant personal attention 1 io_the business. Our stock cons'i stsin part ot Gentlemen's $¦ lAidics 1 GJiITBRS \ ^ . Buskins, Jenny LinJs,Ujford Tus% ^9 X. j ^- c, Children's Shoes, jj-c . ~*- ^-^4^ | g^-BOOTS a nd SHOKS made t/> ord«r whenever roquirfldTiuxn short nnticp ; Philadelj - ^ft_ _|>)iia make of SILK IUV% Citi-I KiH zens'; Cub.in,. Know Natliintr, ' rfiti&ikl W''* e AwaUp. IvossuUu and Old L . "Sign's Fur and \Vcml H.»ts, toaetiier wilh Glen's, Boys', and Children's HATS and CAPS of all kinds andames. w.w. paxton ALEx'r. 'cobkan: February 19, 1855. j Noti...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

PUBLIC SALE OF TalnabBe Personal Property. ri~^H E Subscriber, intending to quit farming, JL will sell at Public Sale, at his residence, in Union township, Adams county, Pa., on Wednesday and Thursday, the 21 a£ and iirl of February next, the following Personal Properly, viz: -/a33 333333, Seven Cows, Nine Head of Young Cattle, • FIFTY HEAD OF SHKKP. Hogs, two Narrow-tread Wagon",(one nearly new.) onf Grain Diill, Pennocl;\ Improved, nearly new; Lancaster Winnowing Mill, nearly new; Grain Kake, Roller, Corn Shel-|p r. Rolling Screen, good as new; first-rate Cutting Bos;-Wood and Hay Ladders, Stone Bed, Plows, H.i*rnws, Cultivators, Corn Forks, Grind Stone, 2 Jack Scn-w.i, an excel-Iftjit Cross-cut Saw, a lot ofShop Tools, Horse Gears, Log Chains, Sixth Chains, Cow Chains and Haltprh, Brpast Chains, Butt Tmchs, (a good article.) 3 Spreaders, a firstrat* Vnfil Trough, R^kes and Forks of all kinds, with many other Farming Utensils.— Also, a lar^e varipty of Household & Kitc...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

One Week Later'from Europe. Halifax. Feb. 14.—The Royal mail steamer Asia arrived here this morning, with Liverpool dates to Saturday. February 3d, being one Week later than previous advices. Thenews by this arrival is quite interesting, and politically* highly important. As predicted by the last arrival, the resignation of Lord John-Russoll has been followed bv that of , the entire ministry, and up to the latest moment prior to the sailing of the steamer, no new cabinet had been constructed. Lord Derby had been sent for and invited to form a iicw ministry, but he was unsuccessful. Lord Paliuerst<uv Russell and Lansdowne are all spoken of in connection with the formation of thts new cabinet. The greatest anxiety prevailed in reference to the matter. From the Crimea the accounts represent that no fighting of importance had taken place, but supplies were arriving and the condition of the troops improving* A slight triumph has been gained by the diplomacy of Prussia over Aus...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Ever CJa'cen Cesnetrry. LJ1ST NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Ot STOCK. THE last instalment of thp subscriptions to the Capital Slock is now due, and immediate payment in all cases is required in o'der to the completion of the improvements contemplated, and lo the meeting of the engagements of the Company. Alexander Cobean, appointed Collector of the unpaid subscriptions, will call upon all in arrears ; and it is hoped lhal the response will make any further stpps unnt*ces<ary. Deeds are ready for delivery to aUjsncb purchasers of lots as hive not ve.t |Mi<) purchase, money, and ii is requested that th«y make payment and lift them. Tlio thanl.s of the company are tendered to all who have already in.i()n payment. I). M'CONAUGHY, Prese t. H. J. Stable, Sec'y. Feb. 5, 1855. tf "^ 5f*«-«H¥-«-A* K KRS. — ~\ 7"0U will meet for parade at the public I house of M'jites Raffensiicrger, in Murumashurg, on Thursday, Ike -2-2// <f Fehnuiry ar 10 o'clock. A. M., with jitidh and accom...

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

REGISTERS NOTICE, "VTOTIQE is hereby given to -.ill Legatees X^ and other persons concerned, that the Adminia' .rttlinn Jicctunts hereinafter mentioned will be presented at the Orphan's Court of Ailams enmity, for confirmation a rjl al Iowa rifle, on TuesUTfifrtht 2~l/i of February next, via ' : 3. Second account of Jacob Sheely and John Sheely, Executors of the last will and testament of Nicholas Sheely, dece:i-ed. 4. Second account «f Thomas Bittlc. Testamentary Trustee, under the will of Thomas Biltle, Sen., deceased, of Henry Bittlts, Peter Biule. Thomas Biltle. 5. First ii . nd fin/il account of Alexander Cohean, Administruor of Frederick L; Smith, deeeaspfi. 6. First account of J. J. Kuhn, Administrator with the will annexed of John Diehl, deceased. 7. First and final account of AlfrndT.Horman. Administrator of Conrad Wagoner, deceased. 8. Third account of Jacob Dichl, Ouardian of John Diehl, Lavina Dichl and Daniel Diehl, minor children •>! Daniel Di<*hl. d&...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

<iil)e ittavkcts. Corrected from the latest Baltimore. YorkArH.inoT<?r papers BALTIMORK—i'aiDiT I. vst. Flour, per barrel, §8 44 to 8 50 Wheat, per bu»hd, 1 0u to 2 Uo Rve, «• 1 15 to ] _2U Corn, " 815 to 90 Oats, " 52 to 54 Cloverseerl, " 6 i<2 io G 75 Timothy, " 3 31 to 3 56 Wui.^lu-y, per gallon. . 33 to 34 Beef Cattle, per hund., 3 50 to 5 37 Hogs. " 6 50 to 7 50 Hay, per ton, 18 00 to2ll 00 Guano, Peruvian, person,50 00 to51 00 IIANOVEK—TifL-KtuAY Lur. Flour, per bbl., froux-storcs, S8 75 Do. " " \ragou*, 7 87 Wheat, per bushel, 1 85 to 1 90 Rye, '• 1 05 Corn, " 77 (int. a 1- CIoviTMicd, " . T) 2o Timothy, " 3 <>'» Planter of Paris, per ton. 7 00 Y0U!\ —Ft-.ruiv i. ?t. Flo'ir, per bhl.. fWmi ston-.- ., S^ 00 l'i>. •• from wayiiis, 1 8 12 Wheat, per bushel, 1 90 to 2 Oil Rye, •- 1 J4 (' i>. n, ¦ " 7- -i ( ).lt S, " , r ,n (" n«!rvH, " 6 . * » it TiniMtliy. •• ' 2 50 Pin>ter af Pan?, per ton, "> 7o'J Dead Ho...

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

Collateral Inheritance.Tax. STATEMENT of the Tax on Pol lateral Inheritances received by Danirl Plank, Esq., Register of Adams county, during the year ending Nov. Ifi), 1854. Additional tax from Estate of . John Duncan, deo'd, $255 fi4 " " Letiita M'Nccly, 8 1 !) " «• Sam 1 1 Miller, . 15 00 Am't " Sam'l Smvth, I'J 13J ?' " II. OverholtzHf, ¦ 100 25 •« . " John & M. Patterson, 103 50 " «• John Dicksnn, 5 00 " »» Marg. Runkle, 2R 75 " •? James M'Barron, 12 50 •¦ '• Harriet Biehl, 45 72 " •' Julia A. E"-keiirode, 1 97 " •' Pt'tor Kitchen, II 96 " " Mary M'Connel, • 95 00 " •• Joseph Kitchen, 142 50 844 4M Attorney fe->. paid for services in collection of taxes, 15 00 5 per cent, commission, 42 22 57 22 Net balance, . 787 19j R. G. M'CREARY, Auditor. Feb. 5, 1855. 4t

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

A Sxakc ix the Sxow.—It is no unusual tiling, we believe, to discover "a snake in the grass." But a snake iu the snow is a rarity worthy of Barnum's consideration, iveverthe-Icss, we learn rrom the Reading .Idler, that on the ^ytli ult., Mr. Israel Ruth, - as he was going along the road near the residence of Daniel Billman. Esij., in Penn township, found a black snake, .4 feet H inches long, lying in the .snow, and killed it. The reptile forsook its winter quarters too soon. ]C?The local Editor of the Buffalo Republic has made liimsolf one of the immortals by the publication of a discovery which he hns recently made, of great importance to mothers. It i:> an inlallihli; iiicaus ~ oftfee " piTig ~ iT?mi( .s, from two to ten months old, perfectly quiet for hours. Tht i/wiiti* operandi is as follows: — '¦As soon as the pqualler awakes, set the child up, propped by pillows, if it cannot sit al'ine. anii sinearjts finders.with thick molasses. Then put half a dozen feathers int...

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

Tne w»ar Going Ont " TI^HE war in Europe is .largely engrossing _L public attention, «nd oric.es genehlly are going up. -But the undersunied wouln suggest lo his customers and everybody else that he has just returned from the city, with the cheapest and 6r*j-stnck-«>f- - — XS M? hr&Sil%> O 9 j£ Xhlj il $ 9 gats, Confectionary, Fancy Soaps ^ &a, he" has ever before offered. Call and judge for yourselves, and if you do not pronounce his goods among the cheapest and best yon have ever looked at, then i<* lie greatly mi *- laken. His sioi'k compri.if. «, in pan. Coffees, Sugars, Teas, Hhocolales,-,Syr <H' K^Molass<!s-, Crankers, Oranges. Leinon*:, Almonds, Palm Nit's, Pe,i Nuts, English Walnuts, Filberts; Coitfeciionnry, of-a hundred sorts: Pepper, Cinnamorr, Cloves, Soda Salerasns. Washing Sodii ^ ji lar('e variety of Fancy Soaps, and everything else in his lin«». 0^7- Cash or Country Produce taken in excliauyrrTfi ' ir (5<&am...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Diamond Tonsor. J OHN W. TiPTON, Fathumahk Barbtr and Hair Drener,.can at all times i»e found prepared tn attend to the calls of the poo|ile,at th« Temple, in Ihe Diamond, adjoining the County Building. From long experience, h« flatters himself, lhat ho can po through all the ramifications v of the Toiifcorial Department with such an infinite degree of skill, as will meet with the euiirt? satisfaction of all who ,nay submit their chins to the keen ordeal of his razors. He ' hopr-* ' , therefore, that by his attention to busine** , and a desire to ptoa.se, h« will merit as «••!! as receive, a liberal share of public patroiuiut-. The sick will be attended to at their privata dwellings. Gettysburg, Jan. 8, 1855. tf ~ STO YES^-S TO VI^S! "" ON h.ind au'i for i»a 'e. a urna! variety of (JHOK STOVES—very ch««a/». ¦ (' all an') rhh them. GEO. AU.\OL1>. Sepieuiber 4, 1854. TICKINGS , MUS!.INS, fec—Sompn^-rn of those cheap Ticking*. Muslin--. , *> <¦ . have br n reeeiv...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

LIST W LUmilS, - Remaining, in the Po*t OJficr at Gettysbttrg, February 12, 1855. Boncan Oalvih Mrs. Police, of fJeilysburgh Brand Berffhard Paxton Isaac Bell Mary Mrs. Peason Mr. Bighain William Pnigne Elizn Mian Bushman Amelia Mrs.Rnndolf Nathaniel Commons R. S. Rode Tobias ; Cary Jno. Rumple (le.o. II. Cury Andrew . ' Sunday Cornelius Cary Elizabeth Shilmon Wm. Cunningham James SSmiih Peter K. D.innei James S. Tutsi Wm. E. . Gump Gabriel , Walker Wm. J. Gruegory .lame* P. Watson Henry Grtsoom W"m. M, Warim/ui Niukolas " Hill C. Mr. Weaver, Mr. Hartzell Barbra Mrs. Wisler Conrad ' Hoffman C. W. Wiermstn Ellen Miss Johnston Benj. or Win.Witiner Geo. . Morrison' Yeagy Leonard Mitedoll Uriah G-rman l.ttttr. Minter Daniel Srhindler August WM. GIL LBS PIE, P. M, 0^7-Persons callin g f«r letters in the above List will pleasn say they are advertised;

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Melancholy Case of Crime.--Tn the Bucks county (Pa.) Court of Quarter Sessions on Tuesday week, Henry Carver, a vrealthy farmer, of nearly sixty years of nge, and the father of a family, of grown up children, was placed upon his trial for the alleged petty larceny of stealing corn from his own tenants. The offence was fully proven upon him, and the jury returned a verdict of guilty. £ur ~Too tbce TO be QCKSTinNKn !! Magio and Hon.ovat'8 Ointment .\si> 1'ills.—Tln.-'e extraordinary medicines have just effected another astonishing cure on a tad. of the name of Archibald Thome, agci twelve . venrs, ('"in of William Thome, Oalvestou.).for ei R ht years the poor little fellow was covered with scorbutic Hore.s; it became distrpssing; to his parents to bee him suffer. They despaired of his ever beinp cured, and it did look like it, until they tried Hollnway'a Ointment and I'ills, which like Aladdin'x Lamp, merely, required using, and the wishes of the wisher weru obert-d, so the...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Indiax Hostilities in the Northwest.— Prospect of War with tie Sioux.—The last mail brings to the delegation, in Congress from lo'va tidings that indicate a warswith the Sioux Indians.—The immediate scene of hostilities is near the mouth of the Big Sioux river, in the northwestern portion of-the-State; but, from a letter received from the Governor of Iowa, it appears that about 500 warriors, of the Yanclon and Siston Sioux have also encamped near Fort Dodge, on the Des Moines river, in the centralpart of the State. The Washington Union says: , It is represented that the Sioux Indians are claiming that they still own the land lying between the Little and Big Sioux rivers, and that they intend toToccupy the same, and plant corn there during the coming season, notwithstanding that portion of the State was long since purchased by ' the United States, and is now occupied by -white settlers. It will be recollected that the Black Hawk war originated under a precisely similar state of a...

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