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Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

' J[cky°Tn dress avoid light, red, blue, or purple. Dark' dress adds much to the beauty of the picture. Snot. 18, 1854. tf

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Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

MUS LIN'S, tfneus-and Tiekinss, for sale at • SCH.ICK'8.

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

DAILY LINE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

Select iftiscellcmn. HERE SHE GOES, THERE SEE GOES The following amusing and well told story was published in one of the city, papers of Gotham, about a dozen years ago. It occasioned at the time a good deal of merriment: Not long, since, two stylish-looking persons put up for the night in the upper part of the city. Ou the morrow, after ordering their bill, they sent for the landlord, who was not long in waiting^on his aristocratic guests. "I wish tp purchase that old dock up stairs ; will you sell itV asked the elder, while the younger lita ^ cigar, and cast his eyes over the columns of a newspaper which lay upon the table. The landlord, who had set no great value upon the clock, except-as an heir-loom, began to suspect that it might possess the virtues of Slartin Heywood's chair, and be tilled with coin ; and almost involuntarily, the three ascended to the room which contained it. "The fact is,"- said the elder, "I once won twenty pounds with a clock like that. "Twenty ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

JKfev Grip and Salutation of the Know Nothings. The new grip and salutation adopted by our 1 Know Nothing friends is as follows : The challenging ^arty lays his right hand qponjiis left breast,jvjth_alLthe_fingers <>xlerided " except the little finder. Which ia turned inward toward the palm of the hand. The answer is by holding up the ri ght hand • with the first and middle fingerextended upward and the third and little finger bent towards the palm, the thumb being placed over them. ¦ i • ' .--. ' . The grip is then exchanged, consisting of an ordinary shake of the hand, with the exception of a doubling inward of the little fingers, tho little finger of one " party crossing the littlo finger of the other. The party challenged asks, "Where did you get that ?". To which the answer is, "I know." Then the former asks, "What is the word T" The answer is, "I will divide it with.you," "Washing-," says tho one party. " Ton, 1 ' says the-other.. The meaning of this being Wash...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

The Elephant Show in Paris. A.Paris correspondent of the Boston Post, gives the following account of the really extraordinary performance of elephants in that city: "Sinc<> I saw an elephant stand on his head at the-circus.in Paris, I have not been more amused than I was an evening or two-stttee-fttths Cique del.'Imperatrice, at an animated ladder. The elephants were evidently young and docile ereatur.es," and appeared iii the immense area of sawdust and tan to be somewhat smaller than usual. They were handled by a mus¬ cular fellow, who had more control over them than any mahout I ever saw in India. They waltzed, danced, promenaded and walked on their head. I never laughed niore in my life than at this singular performance. To see the trunks and tusks plaoe themselves firmly on a small raised platform in the ring, nnd then to hold the huge slouching legs and diminutive tail gradually elevated, the act disclosing a vast expanse of dirty, tawny-looking belly, was in...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

Extraordinary Case. The Paris correspondent of the Columbus Journal translates the following extraordinary and-incredible story from late German papers. A very rich old lady, the Countess de K , had by her' first marriage,'two twins sons, whom she loved fondly. After having trembled a long while for their existence, sho decided to quit Germany, her native country, where she possessed, independent of a vast and magnificent chateau, an immense property under rent. She traveled, consulted the most eminent physicians, and finally fixed her residence in Italy. There, under the influence of a beautiful sky, the two boys grew up, but they preserved the excessive nervous impressibility which had, since their infancy, put their Jives in peril. .The two boys had between them a rvinarkable resemblance; they both engaged in the culture of arts, but especially to f ainting. ' At sixteen years of age, they were already cited as masters; but at this epoch a new crisis appeared : the same sy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

UNINTERRUPTED FIGHTING IN T1IE CRIMEA. _.. SEBASTOPOL FOKM ALLY IN VESTED. The foreign papers from Liverpool to the 6th inst., brought by the Africa at New York*, have como to hand, and~cloarty ~ stRJw~that~tbe~falI" -of Sebnstopol is utterly false, though alt tile . latest dale thejillies were investing it. The next steamer frqtn England will bo the Washington, sailing tlnntce on the. Ilth. _ ' THE WAR— HIE CRIMEA. Various fragments of intelligence has arrived at London on the Gth, preceded j^jr. a dispatch from Viscount Stratford de Rutcliftb, tho English Ambassador at Constantinople, which, while showing. Sebaslopol was. not taken to the 28th September, also show that the allies iu the Crimea had made a movement upon Balaklays, which is sonic ten miles south of Sevastopol, while Alma and the other points at which they had previously met the Russians, were considerably north of that fortress. " The. indications, therefore, arc that the movement, to Balaklays was part of a genera...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

The Poor Boy's College. "The printing otlice," says the New York Globe,- "has indeed proved a better College to manj' a poor boy, has graduated .more useful nnd conspicuous members of society, has brought more intellect, and turned into practical, useful channcU. awakened more mind, generated more active and elevated thoughts, than many of the literary Colleges of the country. How many a dunce has pa sscd through these Colleges wi'-h no langable proof of fiuicas other ilmn his inanimate pure of purchuient ^ himself if possible more inanimate than his leathern diploma! -There is something in the very atmosphere of a priming ollice calculated to awaken the n.in'l and inspire u thirst for knowledge. A boy who commences in such a school, will have his talents and ideas brought out ; ii tie has no mind to 'be drawn out, the' boy himself will be driven out." ¦ - - SkM' Govkiinjikxt ok Cnfi,DUKN'.—A ftiodern writer says:—'I know nothing mote touching than the efforts of self-government...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

Wittv J'HiLAXTiiitorv.—An Irishman on trial pleaded " not guilty, and the prosecuting attorney proceeded to call Mr. Furkisson as, a witness. With the utmost innocence, Patrick turned his face to the Court and said, "Do I understand your honor that Furkisson is to be a witness forenist me again ?_" The judge said ic seemed so. "Well, thin, yer honor, I p!ade guilty, not bceau.se I am guilty, for I am as innocent as your honor's suckling-babe at the breast, but just on account of saving Mister Furgisson's sowl." —23^"riuiPafrai(l," said a lady to her husband "that I * am a g'litig to have a still neck." "Not at all improbable, my dear," repjjedjier hpou.ie, "I have .m-cii .strong *yiq^- _ loins uf it. ever since we were married." r JZr ~k'i go through my work,'' as the needle said to the idle- boy. "But not till you're tiUrd pushed, T ^as ihe idle boy nn.nl to the needle. ¦ "£7-"The man behind the age was overthrown by the advancing civilization of the rising generation.—Boston Pus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

From the Philadelphia Merchant. MY WOESHIP. BY AttCB CARET. I hare no seasons and no times To think of heaven—sometimes at night 1 go up on a stair of rhymes , And find the journey very bright: And for some accidental good Wrought by me, saints have near me stood. I do not think my heart ia hard Beyond the common heart of men, And yet sometimes the best award ' _ Smites on it like a stone; and then A sunbeam that may careless stray > In at my window, makes me pray The flower I're chanced on in some.nook, r "GTTTng~its" wild~hearf~toTthe ~ bee ' , ' , ' Has taught me meekness like a ' book Of written preaching: and to see A cornfield ripe, an Orchard red, Has made me bow in shamo, my head. Of stated rite and formula, A formal use tlio meaning wears ; . When mostly in God's works I see And feel his love, I make my prayers,— And by the peace that conies, I know Jly worship i« accepted so.

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

Seven* Miles in* Five Minute ' s.—Mr. Godard, an JEronaut, ascended from New "York, on Monday, irr*a r bhllo*fnr~aml~was-caTrr cU~by~~a violent gale seven miles in five iuiuutes. when be thought it time to descend. Difference Bktw 'ekx ••Now " 7 ASD"TffEvT" —A woman said in the police court the other day that, before marriage, her husband pretended to fife much struck with her, but now ¦she-wa&.every d;iy struck by him. [E7-Tskender Bey, a colonel in the Turkish cavalry, of whom frequent mention is made in the present war, is described as eighty-three years of age, of medium size but powerful frame. ' - ^ \ -

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

TEEMS OF THE COMPILER S&" The Ileptcb.'icau (umpiler is published every; Monday morning, by Henry J. Stahle, at S1J5 per annum if paid in advance—S2.01T per annum if not paid in advance. No subscription discontinued, unless at the option Of the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. Advbiitiseme-Vts inserted at the usual rates. Job Wohk. done, neatly, cheaply, and with dispatch. A&rOffice on South Baltimore street, direct-* y opposite Waropler's Tinning Establishment, one and a half squares from the Gourt House.

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

¦ > ; Fu-I! pjjrtfcT'.Isrs' cf tao Dis.-'OTrry oi' t' m . RzTa&iiLi of Sir John Franklin p.na ' Jii ; i Tarty. ' . ¦ ^ (.,*.-,,..., .1 /¦ ».,« Ol Tl.^ ^ T^..*..,w.l If, 1,1 : ' < - < , ' i | j j . * j < - ' ' < ' ( , < : . (. ij ¦ 1 ' ' . ' ' ' , , | ' ' . i . ( , '' ' ' . ¦ ; ' . ( I ] j J'oflhi.s morning lias the following: i "In our extra of vesterday cyehiii;; we inform-.; el iij(" [uiblic tli.it a rumor «¦««; .oun-ontin to'.vn ; that the n-m:iins of .Sir John Fritnnn ' nauil his ; crew anil tlicir shijis had been discoven-'d. ¦ ^ ••We .iiiiiiiediati.-ly do.-patcbeii a special mfs- Kenif'T to tlie Hudson l£av Coinpany's buns': at. Jv.'ubiiK 1 , iu ' i'1 lliroujrh tlio kindness of t'ic 'iov- crnor, Sir (ieorg e .Simpson, are enabled to lay before our reailcts the following uuMinc of a (It:- sjiatch received b y him ycj>terilny fiom JJr- ]£«(¦ : - . - : "Ur. EaeJias been absent.on the coast sinof 1 tbo first of the mou...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

JCPlJEMn" 'JiK'MAS.-hsq., who will inaKe.-ui €SCcHeiH "?S]ierTff. -ha.s " tnto'iypfisstswioiv of the County Prison. _and John Sjoit. Esq.. die late Sheriff/has gone to the Poor-house — to take the place of Mr. Cobban *. who. has resigned the Stewardship, in consequence of bad hcalih. — The County Commissioners organized'on •Tuesday last, by appointing John' .Mickj.by, EsqT, ^ President, and re-appointing Jacob AronfSBACGH Clerk. Mr. EhfKViin- was lhe retiring, uuu .ur. >>• oV b> "- JBlSSiOBer— = = Jppointtiient by lhe Postmaster General. "Wm. Oyerdkrii toTie'Postriiastcfat Benders-¦ville, Pa., vice Wai. B. Wilson, removed. UZr "lt is Rn invariable,rule with publishers Of newspapers, not to insert cominuiiicalioris, unless put in pos session of t!ie real names of the authors. Several articles on our table "go over," because this rule liasnpt been complied irith. - [CT'The Board of Canal Coinmis.sioiicrs will meet at Harrisburg on- -Tuesday, the Mth of Novem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

¦ . B , For tho Compiler. : • Trt t,?;R- J^fl- ' tnr n-F iha «*ot ~ * - ; ' ., . ' . ' t : , . j- , ( s ' | ( s ' j j ' c ' ¦ ; a , „ : ^ 1 ' j, ! j ' f - {, ] a -•. q fj ] ^ ^ jj ,, ^ v ' ^ *j j ( . ( ^ ^ j^ y :. Q . c jj , ^ ^ j ;, 4, .. s . ^ () ' #l ' ^ ^ . j. ^ -\ ( \ { j-( i ^ | ' V }, s / ( : ii ' ¦ ' g -^ *' ., c ' | ^ ' [ ( „ s ,r rv _ ^ t. a q * ' ' * s • ' |- ' ^ lr vi " 1 ¦ Pea?. Sru.:—It is impossible Tor mo to bid you n linil n.cli«'ii. ' until f sav n fay voH ; more 7 to you on tho tho subject of J'olitjcs and Catholics. It sctur* you cannot, get the word Catholic out of your, brain. ,It haunts vou ; nij;ht and day, like the Ghost of Morgan dfH ; so:ue of your particular friends not long a.;*o, wjicn they went it with a perfect rush against "all secret societies." But as you are now i on tbe other side of the "order of things," your memory i.s treachcroffSl and, of course, you cannot be expected to say much'about that ! particular '*horn of the dilemma.'' "Catho...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER NIAGARA Three days Later from Europe. The Siege of Sebastryjol—Desperate Ctmjlici Ex> .. pcct£d-rr/l!heJl usiians^EzcparMigJa Sink their - Entire Flett in the Harbnr. Halifax. Oct. 25—The Royal Mail Steamer Niagara arrival here this morning, with Liverpool dates to Saturday, 14-th instant,-being three'days.later than advices received per steamer "Washington. ¦ • , . FUOM THE SEAT OF WAK. The news by this arrival from the Crimea, tlie present seat of active hostilities, is of a, highly interesting character. Sebastopol,- at the last accounts, was invested by the allieson the south and east,.and the guns of their fleets and batteries were playing upon the wall* o f the fortress of that famous stronghold of the-Czar. • It \vas supposed that the siege artillery of [ ' : ' ' the allies would be mounted on the batteriesaround Sebastopol on the 4th instant, the bombardment would commence on the 5lh. and that an assault was expected to be made on the ...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

Jurors far November Court. G.HAN!) JURY. "Monntpicnsant—Gourde Hairermnn. Heading—William Jones, Peter Moritz, " Jolin Ji. IJrenizBr. Ilamilionbati—Win. Douglass , ' Thomas Newman. Borough—Ilmry Clippinjer, Michael Newman,Joseph M.mfn, Henry Chritzmail, Henry Cmnlorl. .Oimiberland— David lleag-y. Stralrin—Wm Vanorsdel. Hamilton—George sSchwarlz. Liberty—-Jacob Krise, Abraham Krise, Eh U. A. Moore. Fraukiin—Frederick Stonkslager, Frederick Diclil, Joseph Wickley. Freedi)m—Andrew White. Union—Jucob Sterner. - " j^ Hiiniiii'rtoii—Jam.'s II. XpM }\ & Laiiniort:—Abraham Livin^-Mon. »• GENERAL JURY. Litimore—Cyrus IJeaies, David Johnston, J'-tciib Myers. Liberty — Einarnipl Ovorholtzer, James Bowey, Edward Mclnlire. Strahan—Joseph Leas, John _K. Mcllhear. Franklin—Hezekiah Lntshaw, Solomon Hartmati, James Ewintr, Ge'-inany—Henry "S ,>aiding, Josej>h O. Thomas, Aifre I Starr. "Iluniingion—Joseph Taylor, Warren Tnwnsend, "Slicob Meals, John R. Sad-]e rr . Iliiniltonh...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

- : ! |T- ~ - ~ H - - - - ~ - . ---^ — ^»^^| -j ARRIVAL OF TIIS WASHINGTON- . 1 ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ! Four Days Later from'Europe. ¦ isms fif itrt-AHii* a! th * . ijttUlenf.Jllmri — f .haj)ir e ' ", ~ of the Plun of' Opera!im^ Ji^ainst Sebastdpol'- ¦ ^ —.y/ie Hnmbardmenl Commenced—Death of j -Marshal Si. Jmau f. j' 'Sandy Hook. Oct. 24.—The steamer 'W ash..-: irigton, from Bremen via Southampton*, with Liverpool and Lomion dates to the 11th inst., . four .days later than the advices by tlie steamer ^-Africa. =¦ niOX- TIIE SEAT OP WARXo ^ ofTlcial dispatches have been published relative ta tiie battle of'Alma. The English. : lost 2000 and the French 1-ffiP. The allies had:-j changed their plan «f operations and-were te> ' attack Sebastopol from the south, where it was found to be weaker.. The base of the operations is lialaklava, where the eavalry and the : siege ai-tillerjr have landed: - After tbe battle of Alma the. Russians burnt all the .villages which they have passed through in...

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