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Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

LOOKING GLASSES, ¦¦ictorc Fra:ucs, ^.c. 1TT . E invite the public to «»x.inline our mi-Y V pi'riur sluck i>f Plain ai.d Ornamci.t il ( iilt LOOKIN(J (J LASSES. P()|{ PR \I'I' AM) PICTUKK FRAMES, WIN DO a COUN1CKS, lUMCKEl 1 TAHLES, &<:. We are iuaiiut<iRlurtn<r every description of Gill H'urlc.anrl tuucif Wixnl /' 'mines, on the must p lt ' -isinit terms. AUo, Importers of French and (ierm.iii Looking (ilas.-: Pl.iles. Old work Hc'Giil with neriin">s and despatch. £ rggf~Persons visiiinu D.iltiniore will do weil to e.x.iuiine our assortment. Orders Irom the country will be attended to latltituliy antl promptly. M. BARRETT V NRO.. Gihhm, ^2 tfttwat-l St.. cornert*:ir;itojru, ttpi«j-ite ¦• \\ extern lli>(«l," U.iltiinoro May 8, 1854. ly

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Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

DIAMOND TONSORS. rpiPTON & BROTH KR, Fashionable Bar-JL hers and Hair Dressers, ran at ail jin-m ha found prepared to attend to the calls o» the p»ople,at Ihe Temple* in the Diamond, adjoin-Ing the County Building. From long experience, they flatter themselves thatthey can; go through all the ramifications ' of tiie Tonsorial Oeparfmeiit with such an infinite degree of skill, as will meet with the entire satisfaction of hH who may submit their cliins to th#keen ordeal of their razors. They hope, tberefoK, that by their attention to business. —and~adesire torpleaaivlhey-wi+l-nieril-as-wel! as receive, a liberal share of public patronagel The sick will be attended to al their private dwellings. Gettysburg, Jan. 13. 1851. tf

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Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

DAYID WILLS, Attorneys at Law, "TTTAS taken Mr. Stktbsson^ office,, North JX West Corner of Centre Square. JieferenecA-miloa. Thaddeue Stevens,. Lancaster. - Gettysburg, January-2, 1?54. E. IS. IM B^filEJK, ~ . ' &TTBMWI If UW, "TTTILL faithfully and promptly attend to \j all busin*js entrusted to him. He , iptaka the .Gctiii/tn language. Office at the s B'tine place, in South Batiimore streer,war -Forney's Drusj Store, and nearly opposite JDaoner & ZiegWs Store. [March 2a.

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Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

NOW IS THE TIME S WKAVEIt n'sper-tfully announces to o the I. ' afli.- and (^'iilletiien <if-f»e!lyshurg and vicinity. ;liat lu; Ins resumed the D-t«uerreotypc Jms.inesx. :tr the old stand, in Oliambornbiirg strei-i, where he will he happy to receive vUiiors deiirous «' se(;»ritij; perfect D.igiierreotypes of thu/i'ScSves or friends. Belli" furnished with an entiroly new and Tosriy^paMtiis, li« i s p re pWrFdToTainrpl t-tn res in everv style of the an and insure perfect saiisf.iciion. £ii¥"< Ihnrges -from-50-c«nts-lo-$l-0^ ^gj^Ho'jrs of operating from 8 A.JVl. to 4 P. M. . g®"Tn dress avoid li g ht, red, blue, or pnrp le. Dajk dress adds much to the beauty of the picture. Sept. 18, 1851. if t

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Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

B. M. RHODES, -^—General Commission. Merchant, -— 123 W. LOMBARD Street, near Charles, BAI-TiMOHE, MD. I PERUVIAN GUANO, No. 1, furnished fit I theG(jrvernuie.nt minimum price »f 850.00 for the Ton of dSlO lbs,, with a charge ol #1 commission, purchasing ami forwarding . 1 be same rate of commission will prevail, whatever may be the established government price of the anicle. " * Mexican Guano furnished at the importer * price and at ihe same i«ie ofconiiiiissioii. ' April 10, 1851. ly

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Id=207 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

BU10i3Jffi T il. SI\ELI,Y rfspectfully informs his • old cu-il'iiuefs and the public generally, llwl- he c.nMinies the 'I'.l ILO lily H HUSl-XESS, at his old strind, in S-mib Baitininre street, wlieie he will In'happy to accommodate .ill who may patronize him. -All work entrusted to hi-* care warranted to fit and be of most substantial make. Thankfuj t"r past fa.vr.rs, he solids n contmuancelTJfJl pulilic }>atrou.ige. _ " ' ' .. -i^ 'J'he- Xew Yurie Spring and Summer Fashion* are received. C.ill and see theiu. Gettysbutg, M.iv 1, 1851.

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Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

O TtBti lllflLB^lNflKY TttADU JOHN STOKE & SONS, I.MPOKTKIIS AND DKAl.KKS IN FRENCH. .MILLhmY GnODS, iV<5U45 Smtth Second street, Philadelphia ^ ARRji ow pri j j)a ' red to offer their cus'nmers and the tr<iite, flu unusuiily large and°weli selee'.edassortment of Rl' HBONS, SATINS, VELVETS, FEATI.IERS, FLOWERS. LA(3ES, and evtry article appertaining to the Millinery trade. ¦ - - Q^/ ~Our stocl; being of our . ovvn direct tmporlation, otTers great ad vanl.i«f>. bolhin styles and prices. - [Sept. 18. .'Jm

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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

<3®&3Ghm30SI3 rjlHE subscriber, thankful for past favors, I respectfully informs the public- that he continues the Conch-making business, in hII its various branches, at his Olil Stand, in York street, (formerly ¦Bu chingham's,) where he has on hand, and will manufacture lo order, Rockaway and Boat-body Carriages, BUGQIUS, JI3RSEY WACJONS, «fcc, •all of the best «na;erials, and by the bent of workmen. Call and judge fur yourselves. • LEONARD STOUGH. Gettysburg, April 6,1816.

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

EANDOLPH & LATIMER, PRODUCE No, G6 South street. BALTIMORE. A TT13ND particularly to the sale of/V.mr, _£jL Grain, May, tlover ' seed; anil alt kinds of Country Produce, and are prepared to furnish bass to persons wishing to consign to them. November 7, 1853. ly

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Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

HAY WANTED. r>ER S()NS h.iviiig Hay to sell, will do well by calling on the. subscriber, in Gettysburg, who is desirous of purchasing. The highlit market price will be. paid at all times. (jC5~A-» lie ii.tends having the Il;>\ v , after being picked, hauled either to H.mover or Baltimore, ihe preference to haul \\ ill be given lo those iVuin wliiun he mav purchase . SOLOMON POWERS. 1)PO. fi. ISIS'T. tl

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

rwilVF, subscriber Ifefeby wives notice to those JL who have promised him ")V()OI)* on account, that he is in want of it, and that unless il is delivered forthwith, without any further notice, the Accounts will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection, aud the money required. T. WARREN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

THE GREAT PLAGUE. In Dicken's Child's History of England, vol. £,, we find the following respecting the Great Plague that prevailed in the city of London, in the seventeenth century: "During the winter of 1CG4, it had been whispered about that some few people had died here and there of a disease called the plague, in some of the unwholesome suburbs of London. News ' was nqtjjublishcd at that time as it is now, and some people believed these rumors, and some disbelieved them, and they were soon forgotten. Buff in tho month of May, 1664, it began to be said all over the town that the disease had burst out with great violence in St. Giles, and that the people were dying in great numbers. This soon turned out to be awfully true. The roads out of London were chokSB up by people endeavoring to escape from the infected city,-and large sums wore paid for any kind of conveyance. The disease soon ^ spread so fast that it was necessary to shut up the houses in which sick people were, and to ...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

ther's money. Didn't you notice how they looked around ?" , "Yes,".... • " • "So did I. : If we should tell father what we think;, he would only laugh at us, and tell us we ' wWe perfect scare-crows." "But we can watch 'em." "Yes, we-will watch 'em, but do not let them know it." ' - j_ The boys held someTuxther consultation, and then going to the dog-house, they set the small door back, so that the hounds might spring forth if they were; wanted. If they had desired to speak with their father about their suspicions, they had no ohanc .e, lor the strangers sat close by him all the evening. At length, however, the old man signified his intention of retiring, and arose to go out of doors, to see the state of affairs without. The three followed him, but they did not take their weapons. The old lady, was asleep in the chair. ' "Now," whispered Philip, "let's take two of father's rifles up to our bed—we may want them. We are asgoodasmen with the rifle." ¦ . Daniel sprang to obey, and qui...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

THE BOY^HEHOES. A SKETCH OF EARLY WESTERN LIFE - When Kentucky was an infant State, and before the foot of civilization had trodden her giant forests, there lived upon a branch of the Green River, an old hunter by the name of John Slater. His hutrwas upon the southern tank o f the stream, and save a small patch of som<e dozen acres that had been cleared by his own " axe, he was shut up by dense forests. Slater had two children at home with him—two sons. Philip and Daniel—the former fourteen and the latter twelve years of age. His elder children had gone south. His wife was with him, but she had been for several years an " almost helpless cripple from the effects of severe rhcumaiism. It was earl}' in the spring, and the old hunter had just returned from Columbia, where he had been to carYy the produce of the winter's labor, which consisted mostly of furs. He had received quite a sum of money, and had brought it home with him. The old man had for several years been acc...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

The Laborer and the Warrior ,' BY EPPES SAROKXT. Tho camp has had its day of song ? The sword, the bayonet, the plume, Have crowded out of rhyme too long The plough, the anvil and the loom! - ., O, -not upon our tented fields Are freedom 's heroes bred alone ; The training of the workshop yields More heroes true than war has down. Who drires the bolt, Owho sliipes_the steel, May with a heart an valiant' Hmile, As he wjio 1 Bees a foem.in reel - la blood before his blow 6f might; ' Th« skill tliat conquers space and time, That graces life, that lightens toil, May spring from courage more Miblime Thanpthat—irhicbrmakes "a~Teaim-its"spoih let labor then look up' and" see

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

. His craft no path of honor lacks J The soldier's title yet .shall be ' X.ess honored than the woodman 's axe; Let art its own appointment prize. Nor deem that gold or outward light Call compensate the north tlint lies In boasts that breed their own delight. And may the time draw nearer still, When man this sacred truth shall heed, That from the thought and from the will Must all that raises man proceed; Though pride~may~iiold our calling low, For us shall duty make it good ; AncTwe from truth to truth shall go, Till life aud death are understood. Select JHtsccilcmi)

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

Advkrtisemexts inserted at the usual rates. Job WottK done, neatly, cheaply, and with - dispatch. e@^Offic^^TrS0Uth^BalEiuT6re ~ sfreetTdifect 5 ly opposite Wampler's Tinning-Es ' tablishment, one and a half squares from the Court House. £\)om lHoetru.

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

TEEMS OF THE COMPILER ' t £g*The Republican Compiler .is published ? every Monday morning, by Hexry J. Stahi.e, at §1,75 per anrinm if paid'in advance—§2,00 \ per annum if not paid in advance! Jho sub-|. scription discontinued, unless at the option of ; the-pttblisherv-ttntil all arrearages are paid. —

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

A , XTniteii States "Sens tor. ' j . It being settled that the Whigs and thei j Know-Nothing,allien will have a majority " ii ; tli« nest Legislature on joint ballot, a vloleti discussion bus fl!iea«ly^aiiscn 'ae~to who shal ; have the honor of representing ihe State in the j Senate of the U. S., for six years from the 4th of March nest, in place of the Hon. James (>>o per, whoseHerni of office expiies. at that time. I F,_-Gov, Johnston appears to huve the run at ; the present time, but in the disancc may lie seen looming up several smaller fry, among whom are Gen. William Larimer, of Pktsburg, Alexander E. Brown, E^q-, of Eastern, Hon. Robert T. Conrnd, of Philadelphia, Thaddeus Steven.s, of Lancaster. David Wilmot, of Bradr.ford. Henry SE nins, of CJiestcr, <fcc, &c. The. family fight is already becoming quite interesting to the Democrats, who are corning along • in theKecond train and enjoying the fun amazingly. How the farce will terminate nobody I...

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