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Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

DIAMOND TONSORS. rpiPTON & BKOTHER, Fashionable Bar- ' JL bers and Hair Dressers, can at all times l>e found prepared to attend to tbe cnlls ^ of the p»o|i|e,ni ihe-1 cmple, in the Diamond, adjoin- ' < ing the County liuilding. From long expenVnce, they Hitler tliemselves that they c<m «'O through ail tde ramifications of the Toiisori;ri I>i'_w5\s-{ltit v nt with such an infinite degree of skill, as will meet with the entire s.itistiiction of nil who .nay submit their chins to the keen ordenl nf their razors. They hope, therefore, lint -by their attention to business , and a desire to please, they will merit as well as receive, a liberal shnre of public patronage. Tbe sick will be attended to al their private dwellings. i Gettysburg, Jan. 13. 1851. tf 4 SUES <~ n r cale. at ihp Gettysburg S^am ' jtTaiiii. r i

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

Jail Svn (Soobs, full Stack EYRE & LANDELL, Fourth and Arch •St*., Philadelphia, will he iible to oiler cstr.i i.niuceinV-nis to Country Buyers 1I113 Fall, as their Stock of Unods will be very full, antl. barg'iitiH from the New York and Philadelphia Auctions, daily received. Full assortment ofjjie following; SHAWLS, FLANNELS, ' NEW SILK, MUSLINS, F._MEK1NORS, J.INKNS, WOOL PLAIDS, " TAHLP. COVERS, M. DeLaINBS, BLANKETS, " CASHMERES/ QUILTS, &<s. Owing'to the excess of Iniporim'ions, we shall be daily in receipt ol grrat jobs, from Auction. EYKE& LANDI5LL. Fintrtk aiid birch Sts., Philadelphia. Q^-Terms Net Cash, and prices low accordingly. . Sept. 11, 1851. 3m

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

%0W IS THE TIMEJ Ci WKAVER respectfully, announces to f^W eXadiefcaiid (J.Viiiifimen of Gettysb'tug ' iA* } 'vieini*j f ; ' t) l >it hHins resumed the -Dajjuerrcotyf ^ busfnesfes, at t\tn bid stand, in . Charnbejsbnrg' street, where he will be happy to recfjve visUprs, desirous of securing perfect liaeuerreoffpe^ of themselves nr friends. . ' Being furnished with an entirely new and costly apparatus, he is prepared to take pictures tin every style of the art and insure perfect satisfaction. . 50 to —^ggfCtrrrrges from eerily 9 . I0T ¦ ¦ ^SfHo'irs of operating from 8 A. M. to 4 P. Af • ggfln dress avoid li ght, red, blue, or purp le. Dark dress-adds much lo the beauty of the picture. Sept. 18, 1854. if |

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

n a> o \ a ii. J. LWViMiNOU HILL, M. D., nA S hisOfiice one door west-of-tJuvI^iUwran clnirrh, in (!'liaitil;rrshiir<j-slreet, and opposite (JraiiMiier's store, where lhoso wishiuj; tohaveanv 3>i > lt*sii Ol*i*i'iti toil perfuidied arc respectfully inviied in call. II E V E It I'. -\ C K S .' Or. 1). fiilben. Dr. C. N T . H< rluchy, Dr. Vh Homer, Rov. C.I 1 . Kr.>uth,.D.I)., Rev, II. L. Bat her, 1). I)., Jfev. Prof. -W illiam M. Rcynolds. Hev. Prof. M.licobs. l'rof. M.L.Sto-vJr. (• ¦ ettysliiir'r, April 1 I, IHo' .i. tf

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Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

LOOKING GLASSES, I»icis:a-<e S?ri\tncs. &.c. "\\7"E invite tin; public to eta mini; our mi-TT - perior stock of Plain and Oriiauicnt.il Gilt LOOKING GLASSES. PORTU.XlT A VD PIOTUU M FR \ M ES, \\" IN 1)0 \\ ' CORNICI^, IHUCKKP TABLES, &c. Weare maniif.i<:iuriii^ eveiy di-scri|i'i>>u of Gill ifurlc and (•iinrtf U\,nd Frtunex, on ihe must ji!«^sijig term*. Also, l-n|nirter-i of French niul Germ.ni L^nkin'jr (ilas-= Phiti.-s. Did work Ile-Gi,'l wiili in-;n!i»-.s and dpsp.urh. ;.-3^Persous visiting U lUimore will du we" .I X" Mdtnine our ii^Ditmi-iit. Orders from il,c r. \intry will be •.ittftudfd lj faithfull y ;inj

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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

ra»M TH. SKELf.Y • ri'Spi-cifiilly informs his • old customers and tlie public ijiMirr.illy, thnt h« coriliuiii'H the T.'Ul A)lif.\'<i IUJSIJVESS, at his old stand, in S miiIi Baitimori' street, where lie. will he happy in accommodate all who may patronize him. All woik ontrusted to his care warranted to fil and t>u ol most substantial iinkc. TImiiMiiI f"r p;isl favors, he solids a coutinuuncu of p ublic patroiia^e.

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

Tjunnio r> agoner, are lyrone ;ownsnipj Adams county, deceased,, having bei-n granted ' to the undersigned, residing in the same township, he hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said . estate to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same to present them properly authenticated far settlement. ALFRED T. HARMAN, .A/otV. August 28, 1854, 6t

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Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

tiroinpily May 8, 1851v -Jy M. DARRBTT-& RltO.. GiUUr*. '_ S 2 HoK.tnl ^t . r»iiiMri! »r:rti|.j:i . opni'H-le •¦ \VtbteruIloUil," lialtiuijre DKfiSS GOODS, of every slyle, De B.i^ ;Barege dcL.iiues, Silks, Lawns, with rriiftmin^^'lo suit, for snip rheap at April 3.— GRAM MEN'S New Store.

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

flr;'i rsprtng m; •nr Fu.ihiiiwi are reci'ivcil. (!,ill aiid sen ilium. (Ji'ttysbuiyr, M.,w 1, 185-1. New Clothing Store. I LL kinds ol ' KEADY-MADE CL0TM.

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Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

Administrator's Notice. GONRAD WAGONER'S ESTATE.— Letters of -administration on the estate of A FRESH SUPPLY! fT>H B undersigned has just returned from "A li|e City with a large supply of FRESH GOODS, wliich he is prepared to sell at prices which cannot be beat. His stock consists of of a!4 kinds, Sugars, Molasses, Coffees, Teas, Fish, Salt, Crackets, Clieose, Pickled Cucumbers, &c. Also, Fruits and Confections, Oranges, Lemons, Figs,.l{aisinsrPrune<3,&c. ¦ —tVIso, Powder, Shot, Tobacco, Segars, Gail'a celebrated German Smoking "Tobacco, and a variety of other articles—Also, a firstrdte assoitinea" , of the best qualities of LIQUORS, Wines ano Brandies, of different kinds,N. E. R.im, Holland Gin, Old Rye, &c.—all of which c'an bu had on ihe lowest tcrnis at the Store of tbe* snbscriber, in South Dahimore street.'next door to the "Star" offi^n.

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Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

Ei KKPDHERYof airlands wi'.l ' befound ^t , - &QHi(IK^U_ office. . Aug. 2'2. 1853

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Railroad Sketch. Some time since, on one of our roads, a road iu which all attention is given tu tlie comfort and safety of the passengers, one of the most rapid trains left a city at its regular time, and all having care of the train were satisfied that all the movement was ordinary and right. There was no peculiar jar—no sudden change of sound. The wheels went round rapidly as a facer could require, and the well known blow of the wheel upon the rail, succeeded by the roll when the continuous rail was reached, assured that all was right. A short lime after the train had started, one of the workmen employed at the station came to the superintendent, bringing him a piece of a long bolt he had just found- upon the track. / It was, he thought, something pertaining 'to the cars. The superintendent, with a thrill of feeling, recognized it as the king bolt of one of the carriages. The train was-too far gone—m3eed, as several minutes had elapsed—gone far beyound recall or reach. These ...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

A Hypothetical Case. Some years ngo. an awkwnrd chap in western New York , who obtained hi* livelihood by / 'iiriiiry, in a blacksmith's shop, hired a horse one day to carry a load of wrought nails to the next town, a few miles- djstant. Through his own awkwardness, and thai ol the horse, and by the united exertions of the two. a vevy pretty catastrophe was brought about. While descending a steep hill, the smith gave, his animal a few extra cu!-', thinking t> ac-eler.ite his speed in a pi nee where gravitation .seconded the motions of the whip, but the slued stumbled, floundered into the dit' -.h, nnd ki>:lu'd-lhe bucket. The- blacksmith, upon turning the body ovemiifcovered that the anatomical harmony of the beast's neck was destroyed, that his spine wVs dislocated beyond t lie "bone-setter's art, ami that, in fact ', the "lioss" wus' r di-;id. '"With a rueful countenance, he repaired to the owner of the nag, and asked him whnt was to be done. The reply was, "You ...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Short Letters. If "brevity & is tho sotil of wit," the following correspondence form models, we should think: • The Memphis Englegives thefollowing.lctter from a Hat boatman to his father. Ho and his brother "Bill" had Hatted a load of com to New Orleans: Nu Orleens, Gone 5. Deer Dad -Markets is dull corn is mity lo and Hills dead. Your affectionate son, J. Ii. This reminds us of the celebrated correspondence bciweeti a stay-at-home mother and her absent son : .,. Penobsqot, Maine. Dear John—Come home. A -rolling stone gathers no moss. Your loving mother, The answer was not long in coming back, nnd was not long when it got back. * . lied River, Texas " . Dear Mother—Come heio. A setting hen never gets fat. Your loving son. And here is a still shorter: The editor of the Bradford (Vt.) Inquirer had inserted the namts=of"Abel Underwood in his ticket instead of the coalition candidate. Whereupon the following correspondence ensued : Wells River, Aug. lfr. 1854. Robert—Take...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Select illiscilcam Singular History. • C. F. Clarkson, formerly editor of the Indiana J)mericon\, who is now traveling in Tennessee, narrates the following story in a letter published in the Brunkoille (Ind.) Democrat .-Let me recite to you the true history of a man whose farm we passed over yesterday. About fifteen y^ars ago a Presbyterian clergyman of New York had a wayward son. We have his name and location, but choose to wilhhold-it at present. Before he was seventeen he became so reckless and unruly that his father could no longer control him". He left for the wicked and corrupt city of New York, where he BEcame a clerk in a drinking saloon, but his character was too bad to be retained there. He next was si bar keeper in a theatre, hut was dismissed. He went lower and still lower, until he slept in empty cellars and on the wharves of the city, a perfect nuisance and a disgrace to his race. At this stage of his .career an old college mate—for Our hero was a graduate of...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Self-Sacrificing Father. VZo hpftrd n g oor * one a. few days since, of a mayor of one of the neighboring cities, who seemed very anxious to prepare his family nud fellow-citizens to meet the anticipated dreadful ravages of the cholera. He would allow no food to be eaten by his family, hut plain salted meat, fish, bread, &c and whenever any of them wished for something a little extra, they had to sli}' over to an obliging neighbor where they never failed to get a fine slice of excellent pie, cake or pudding. Previous to this, however, they could boast o! all these delicacies at home. Things thus went on for a week. The mayor, it was noticed by his worthy half, did not have a very good appetite whenever he came to his meals, (for the good reason, probably, that there nre many good eating saloons in the place.) and she thought that good rhubarb pie would do no harm, but rather give her husband a relish for his dinner. She accordingly placed one at his side, when he sat dow...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Effect of Imagination. Many years ago a celebrated physician, author ofan excellent work on the effect of-tfie imagination, wished to combine theory with practice, in order to cortfinn the truth of this supposition. To this end he begged the minister of justice to allow him to try an experiment on a man condemned to death. The minister consented and delivered to him an assassin of distinguished rank. Our navant sought the culprit and thus addressed him :—"Sir, several persons who are interested in your family have prevailed on the judge not to require of you to mount the scaffold, and expose yourself to the gaze of the populace. He has, therefore, commuted your, sentence, and santions your being'bled to death within the precincts of your prison ; 3'our dissolution will be gradual and free from pain." The criminal submitted to his fate : thought his family would be less disgraced, and considered it a favor not to be compelled . to walk to the place of execution. He was conducted ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

DC/ Many a true heart, that would have come back, like a dove to the ark, after its first transgression, has been frightened beyond recnll by the angry look and menace—the taunt, the savage charity of an uuforgiving spirit. OCT'Excuses are the pickpockets of time-— The sun does not wait for his hot water; or his boots to be blackened, but gets up at once. [£7*"Ilave you much fish in your bag?" asked a person of a fisherman, who was returning home. "Yes; a good eel," was tho slippery-reply. [JIT""VVhen you feel a little blue, take to philanthropy, dumb-bells, and giving quarter-dolr lars and old clothes to poor people. Nothing like agitating the brain; muscles, pulse and heart. , 'T. " /"l - »ood manners is the art of making those persons easy with whom we converse. Whoever nmkes the fewest persons uneasy is the best bred in the company. "" TT'The Hindoo law says :—"Strike not even with a blossom, a wife, though she be guilty of a thousand faults." TheEnglish law would let y«»u "...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Life is New• Yokk.. — Eighteen thousand people in ihe city of New Vork live under ground—that, is lo say, in cellars, vaults and holes. So Uev. Mr. (Jiiyler asserts, and his information is said lo he derived from actual invests gnlion. He tvlls of one neglected quarter —a single lodging room or den—in which <uie hundred outcasts of both sexes herd together; indiscriminately, every night. That may be called life in New York underground. Post-Oi-'kick Items.—A postage stamp, cut from a stamped envelope, cannot be used for postage.-A postmaster, under no circumstances, is allowed to open ' a letter not addressed to him. When letters are missent, it is not lawful to charge postage for forwarding. All newspapers having words written on or in them, are subject to letter postage. To entitle papers to be . sent to bona fide subscribers at hall'a cent each, a full quarter's postage is required in advance. ¦ It is improper for deputy postmasters to reiiiove the wrappers of public...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

'Cholera at London. A correspondent of the Boston Post says this dreadful scourge is greatly on the increase" iii London. The published accounts give you no idea of its terrible fatality. In the neighborhood of (Jolden Square four hundred persons are said to have died within a Caw hours. This is a part fff the town formerl y' and for nearly two hundred years—until built upon—used as a receptacle for the dead in the prevalence of any fa'al epidemic. Hove, in a huge pit, llu: dead bodies of thousands were thrown during the ~1;im great plague. In some excavations recen.ly made for improving the siwer.s here, the mould was a jet black, and grea^ numbers of human bones were thrown . out. Whether it be possible, for infection to have been' retained within the earth for nearly two hundred years, or whether the excited fears of the population residing there have acted as * an incen tive to tlie cholera, certain it is that its ravages there, at the ' present inom ' ent are {rightful. Man...

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