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Id=252 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

DO voa want CHEAP GROCERIES? Goto FAHNESTOCKS'.

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 6 November 1854

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

' TEBMS 0F THJS fOtfi*ILEB. 8@T '/'Ap Itepub-icnv < .unpiltr is published every Monday niomin . z,' by IIexky J S.-aiiuj, at »U5 pcr'annuiu if paid in 'trimmer—? 2.'MI -^per =anrtmn—if—not—;miil in advance. No sufr scripiion discontinued, unless at the option-ol ~the~ptrblfshn*; trrrtfhrtt arrearages are paui. Advkkthkmems inserted :>t the.usual rates. Job Wokk ^ ionc, neatly, cheaply, and with dispatch. fisgr-Office on South Baltimore street, directly opposite Wain pier's Tinning Establishment one and a half squares from the Court House. Cfpicc ' jJactv]). AWAjCE. Arise! for the day is passing While you lie dreaming on ; Tour brothers are cifie I in armor, And forth to the Split are gone: Your place in the r.inkit aw.iits you ; Each man h is a pirt to play ; •Tlurpast and the futile are nothing In tbe face of the .stern to-day. Arise from your dreams of the future—' Of gaining a hard-fought field, Of storming the airy 'fortress, _ . . . Of bi'idinj; the giant' yield...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

£!)C Republican Compiler. " GETTYSBURG, PA. MONDAY MORXIN'G, NOV. 13, 1854. 'C/ ^The November Court of this county commences on Monday next. The Cemetery Opening aad Sale. [C^Thc opening ceremonies of Svkr Queen Ckmjstert took place on Tuesday last, on the Grounds, attended by an unexpectedly large number of ladies and gentlemen. The exercises ' commenced with a prayti—liy-4leyj Mfv-^iEftkER—^ihciL music by Prof, PxrHEB? tield's choir—address by Rev. Mr.- Dosii.— musics-address by D. McCox.uGrtv. Esq.. President of the Association—music-prayer "b y BtT. Dr. Kuauth—ransic—benediction by Rev. Mr. ti err art. The -addresses were appropriate, the* music good, and the exercises throughout suitable and entertaining. In the 'afternoon, a public sale for choice of lots was bad. The bidding was quite spirited, ^evincing an earnest interest in the enterprise,) and resulted in the sale "of about 120 lots, realizing abdut §100 in premiums. At the ' conclusion if was announced, that another ...

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

;, "Fur the Compiler To the Editor of ~ t5e ~*' Star." ¦ Dear Sir :—Tn yonr Tast -you again rpsnrt to j-onr woiited w-atch-Tvoras, Catholic; Foreign vote," et cetera ^ You could not- niform your readers of the simple fact that a new Postmaster had been appointed at Een<Jer.sviIIe. without implicating and ridiculing the Catholics 1 Is such a coarse, snch appeals, manly, or liber:tl, or j'l.sf? Do not the laws ofthe Kind guarantee to the Catholic all the rights-lhat are errfoyej by his Protestant fellow citizens ia this Republic? If so. then why the necessity. wby the absurdity, aad why the iiriberaQty.of this constarrt ranting about the Catholics, the C' atRoIic vote, and so on. as if Catholics wero really bug-bears, or something worse ? Tell usnhe reasosw why CatB«l.ics ' shonrd" belhussingled out—thus distinguished and designated! by their religion, and tm»s proscribed 3 far.having acted ro accordance with your commands, >n voting" as their "conscion-ee and ju...

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

From the L»o*asi«r Intc-lligoucer i Look at This Pictnre I , i "We invite all our readers to look at tfe spectacle presented .below. _ If. after such an ' expose o( JCnouf-jXatfiiiiaixm, this secret politi cai organization can any longer blind the honesl and nnsuspectir g-people to tbedangeronscharac' ' ter of its doctrines, then is the dispensation ol justice a mere sham, and our Conr-t.s a positive evil, alike dangerous to the citizen and destructive of the " glorious principles of our Con-, stitution. Such a Society, should it be permittcd t<") go forward unrebuked by the peo' pie, wil'r prove -a terrible engine of d ' estmdjen I to the Republic. Well might the learned ' Judge, in descanting upon the, conduct of the , witness, exclaim—»'tbis is a startling revela-[ tion that-men lake obligatioas in secret socie-1 ties, which are regarded by them asof bicker \aulhiirily titan tkvse administered in. Cvurt l n ! But to the article : Fiom the Lowell Advertiser, Oct. 28. ...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

Sale of the Public__Woris \Ve took occasion, says the West Chester Re , publican, sometime during.the last campaign 1 to warn Democrats not to b<fled from the sup , port of Democratic men anil measures, undci the delusion that the opposition were favorably to the sale of the Public .Works and the Democrats opposed to it. We bad no faith in theii loud professions.of selling or qivina; away tin P u blic Works.—W« feit very confident tbat il .the)' couUJ keep the works so» as to make any political capital out of them the people might whistle for tlxjir sale. It appears now that the Tck-jya pk at Harrisbiirg, is suggesting, instead of tlve sale, tbat the canal board be abolished, and that tlte niotley band of hungry office-seekers have n change at the spoils. Just as we expected, and we undertake to say tbat before three years have expired, the people of Pennsylvania will any, better to have left well enough atone. ' — u —~—Passengers ill Raili'oad Cars. A suit was recently...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

«• . • _ Late European J«je3V3 The steamer America arrived-on Thursday with one weeir's—laier news from Europe There is ' nothing decisive from the seal of war Sebaslopol at the.hist accounts was stilj bemp bombarded by the allied army, but it had not b«>cn taken. The c-uuion of the allies opened j upon it, on the 17ll). from the laud anil froui i the-Sta—involving a loss on that day of fl'Xl ! Russians in killed and wounded. The bombardment was continued on the ISth. Ibc Russians marie frequent sorties. j The allies number 110,000 men af Sebasto-| pol, with r,00 c.innon, and it is said .that after j a few days' firing an attempt will be made to { storm the garrison, which is estimated at 4.0.-000 men. ! Austria and Russia arc on the-point of ' actual war. Mr. Soulc, the American minister, was re--fiiscd-pcrtnission-to-pitssthTOiigh France on his * -rt4tmv-froni EngliwlJojJ yiin ^^^ Jireadstufr 's have considerably advanced. California News. Later California news has be...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

New York Election J The Empiie"State is coming out very well j especially considering.her "mixed ap" cbarac j ler. -It seems certain, that SEYMOUR, DcmO' 1 cn»t, is elected Governor, by a handsome »•>»• jority. VV')O!), the Democratic candidate foi Mayor in New York city', is also elected, in spite ofthe desperate .and unscrupulous efforts of I lie Whig and Know Nothing allies. Tn the State, the. allies or fusionisLs have carried some twenty-five of the Congressional delegation. HlinoiH, Michigan, Wisconsin, and New Jersey, also held Uteir elections last week, ami ntl exhibit tl»e effects of the fimion'now prevalent W hen the .smoke clears away we shall know all about the result. - , O*The Butler IJerrtld, edited by Capt. Jacob.Ziegler, than whom no public sneaker can more delighta Gettysburg Democratic audience, says of the.political somer.-ct ot iiKAii Fkazkh : —"Ala ' si Itow liavti tin: Hii»My fallen! We arc informed that as soorvas the result of the election was kn...

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

J> R O-S P E XL3UJ-S1—L S-5-4—!5 THE GLOBE: The Official Paper of Congress, and Kews-~~ paper for the People. Lord Bkouoh ^M , in his "Historical Sketches of Statesmen who flourished in the time of George the Third," gives some remarkable examples, showing the great loss sustained by England in the history of its Statesmen, aud r»f its national progress, through, the imperfect state of parliamentary reporting in farmer times, He opens the life of Lord Chatham thus : "There is hardly any man In modern times, with the exception, p«rt]ap«, of Lord Somers. wlm fills ro l»n?o a span; in our history, ant) of whom wo ktiovr.no little, ai Lord- Chilthum; anci vOt ho is the p^won to whom every on« would " at once point, if desired to name the most su""- cewfiil ftntcman and most brilliant orator that this country ever produced. Of Lord Somcr*, indeed, we can Kcarccly be said to know anything ftt all. That ho was a person of unimpeachable intnffity. njud£oof Kivat rapacity emd li...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

Tell the Truth The Whig papers are charging Mr. Baker, the Superintendent of the Columbia railroad, with discharging a number of mechanics and laborers from the Parkesburg shops, because he suspected -they were Know-Nothings. The true cause of the "proscription " of several of these men was drunkenness ; and they had been several times forewarned of the consequences, if they persisted in the habit of getting drunk.—Heading Gazette. MARRIED. On Thursday week, by the Rev. V. Anstertt, " Sir. EMAX1 - tEL WEfKERT to Miss MA.RIA SCU11EIBER—both of Cumberland township. On the 26th alt., by Rer. E. II. Unflfheins, Mt. JOHN BOLLto Mrs. POLLY KOON—both of Vork county. On the 2d inst.. !>y the same. Mr. L. WESLEY HEAUY to MUafilKY ANN MARCH—both of Hamilton township. On the aGth ult., by the Rev. Mr. Ilcilly. Mr. BENJAMIN P. ANDJIKW to Miss SOl'HIA IIOMKR—all o£ Baltimore. At Friends' Meeting House, on Thursday week, nenr York Springs, Mr. JOEL. BKOWX, of York county, to Jliss (JRI...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

WANTED. . OA AAA LBS. PORKin December Z\)*\JV)\ ) next, for which GASH will be paid. Farmers who have the article for sale, will do well by calling and making engagements with the.subscriber, at his Flour, Bacon and Grocery Store, in West Middle street, .Gettysburg. - ¦ GEORGE LITTLE. November l3TT8o4. 4t . Bank of Gettvsburg, > Nov. 7, 1854. £ THE President and Directors of this Institution have this day declared a Dividend of Three per cent., payable on or after the 13it: instant. J. B. McPHERSON, Cashier. November 13, 1854. 3t ? Teachers Wanted. npHE School Directors of Straban township I will meet at the public house of Jacob L. Grass, in Hunterstown, on Saturduy, the 25lh day of November instant, at 1 o'clock, P.M., to employ Teachers to take charge of the several Schools uf said township.' A. TAUGHINBAUGH, Sec' y-November 13. 1854. td A<laiiimstratoi''s Notice. JACOB SMYERS'S ESTATE.—Letters oF-adrninistratiph on the estate of Jacob Smyers, late of Huntin...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

pap. ers that copy tins prospectus an often as " thretj times before the meeting of Co' ngress. Those wbo publish this prospectus should send a pnpordirected . "Dail y Globe,"Washington,,!). C," so marked withla ' pen as to direct attention to it. ' It is expected that those pipers which published the prospectus for last year, and have been receiving the Daily Globe therefor, nnd desire, to receive it the coming year, will publish this prospectus. I desire to employ agonts, who can produce good recommendations, to obtain subscribers. JOHN C. RIVES. Washington Cirr, October 12, 1854. . BANK .SE09Z. JIT PUBLIC SALE. WILL be offered at Public Sale, at the I? . Cutirt-h'iusi!, in the Uoroujrh of Gettysburg, on Tuesday, the 2l,t/ day of November instant, 17 SliarcN of Slpck. In flic Bank of «elly«iMurj3f, belonging to the estntft of Miss Lelitia McNeely, deceased. Sale to commence at I'o'clock in the afternoon. MOSKS-McGLEAN , Ex'r. November C, 185-1. Wanted Immediately. ATE AC! H ...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

in_this_ or_any_other-country,-and yet-they aro-[- sold to subscribers for one-sixth of what any other debates are sold for iij this country, and onerelevetUh of what the debates of the British Parliament are sold for in England, where j paper, reporting, type, and type-setting are, j , each and nil, much cheaper than in tluscotin-r; try. The liberal subscription by Congress j enables me to sell the debates so low. And < Congress,Tor the purpose of enabling the peoj; pie to obtnin them at as low a rate " as they can bo afforded, passed the following joint resolution, authorizing them to go free by mail: Joint Resolution providing for tho dlitriouHon of tho Laws of Congress and the Debutes thereon. With » view to tho cheap circulation of " the lows of Coujiross M>d tl>o del>ate* contributing lo the true Interpretation thereof, and to mnku freo tho communication between the representative and constituent imUiea: Bo it resolve.) by the Senate and llou*o ...

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Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

DO YOU WANT A WEtl, MADE AND CHEAP SLIT OF WATER CLOTIHAG / / IF so, you can be accommodated hy calling on M'ARCUS SAM«ON, who ha? just opened and is now selling rapidly at his Store in York street, opposite the Bank, a very large, choice and ciieap assortment of rail and Winter. Goods * to which he invites the atter'ion of the public. They have been selected with great care, in the Eastern cities, have been bought cheap for cash, and will be sold cheap for cash—cheaper than at any other establishment in Gettysburg. His stock consists in part of Black, Blue, Olive and" Green CLOTH COATS: " with frock, dress and sack eoats; also Tweed, Cashmere, and Italian cloth ; also a laro-e stock of OVERCOATS, which can't he beat in variety, quality or price, out of the cities; also a very superior stocky of PANTALOONS, consisting in part of excel'ent and well made French Black Doe-skin Cas.simere, Fancy Cassimeie, Salinetts, Velvets, Cord, Linen and Cottonade. The stock of VESTS comprises...

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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

Fixed up in tlie New! Come and See Vs Head all this, and say whether it is not right. NEW BTYMC Or BUSINESS OK TH.E CAfilf PRINCIPLE, "QUICK SALES AND SHORT PROFITS 1" rilHE subscriber has just returned from the I City with a very latgu and, fine assortment of Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, of every description ami fashion, which he will sell on good terms, for Cash or its equivalent. 1 have done a heavy Credit business for nearly 24 years, and the consequence tuta linen a'lieavy loss on sales, j now intend to devote my whole time to my Store, and keep a large assortment of HATS and SHOES, and sell them as cheap as any body else cun, for Cash or its equivalent, payment in a short lime, and for Country Produce pondAially delivered when wanted—and entirely destroy the old habit ^ of long credit. fBy this plan I can keep up my Slock, and sell Goods on better terms. Coino and see the Goods and judge for yourselves. Gentlemen's and Ladies' Goiters, Buskins, Jenny Linds, Oxford Ties, ...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

For the Fall and Winter Campaign of 1854-55. HATS * CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES. THE swbscnber invites the attention of the citizens of Adams county, to his large and splendid stork of - SILK, WOOL AND FUR HATS. varying in price from 25 cents to $4 ; Fur, Plush,. Cloth, and Glazed Caps, from 12J to $2.50 ; COARSE&FINE BOOTS (Men's and Boys") from SI to $5 ; Buffalo and fiuin Overshoes, Gentlemen ' s and Ladies' sizes; S EB O !• S, comprising' every yatipty of Gentlemen's, Boys', Youth's. Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, of Country, Cit}' and Eastern manufacture, which he offers lor sale on the most reasonable terms for Cash, or on the usual credit to undoubted prompt paying customers. Feelirg irratefiil for the many favors already bestowed l>y liis friends," he still hopes to sh^re their patronage by unremitting attention to their calls. KELLER KURTZ. ES«**The snbscnbp.r s connection with the Book and Stationery business fs still continued, and he earnestly invit...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

arnrn is not-Cut-lQ-pieces^JWe have elected our State General, but lost our Chief Judge—iurier elected our Canal Commissioner, and nearly saved Wilson. When 'early in the caii-*as' we found poor Necly coul.l not run on the track, and that he had " too much pnde or patriotism to be run offhU and we conceived the idea of bolting, we plainly foresaw the difficulties that stood in the way of electing Wilson. Those diffi culties we could not publish at the time, and they were the more difficult on that account- It did not become our columns or our Banner to openly and fearlessly proclaim' for Wilson, lest we should drive the Catholic ond Foreign vote to Jenco. That we did not wish; and since Wilson could not expect votes from that particular quarter of our army proper, the only hope of saving Wilson from his enemies , and Neel y from his friends, was the here tofore unwed stratagem of manoeuvering the Catholic and Foreign fire indirectly against Col . McClean's battery, and slantingd...

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

WATCHES. JEWEL SHvP.vtcttve A' Fancy liooda ©SyA Choice Assortment of the Finest Qnal ity, for Saleut the Lowest Cash Prices, at Wm. II. t:a ton head' * , NO. 184 SOUTH SECOND STREET, Between Pine and Union, Weal side, P/ii/dd'a. npH K assortment ernbiaces a Lar»e and Se-X lect Sloc/e of Fine Wukhts, Jewplry, Silver Ware, Jllbata Ware, p lated with fine Silver, in Spuam, For/rs, Ladles, #-c.—Jet Goods, Fans and Fancy Articles of a superior quality, deserving the examination of those who desire to procure the best good n at the Lowest tJash Prices Having a practical knoivlrdge of the business, and all available facilities for Importing ' and Manufacturing, the. subscriber confidentl y invites purchasers, believing that he can supp ly them on terms as favorable as any other establishment jr either of the Atlantic Cities. fj^7-All kinds of Diamond and Pearl Jewelry and Silver Ware manufactured t o order, within a reasonable lim J . 0^7" Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware faithf...

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

^v+tli-all-necess^-OTirbTrttKtnvSs; : is entirely NEW", finished in lt?5-l, and of superior structure in every respect for a Mer- > chant and <»rist Mill, being built of gnod materiaia and on (he lutest improved plan. It is driven by Tom ' s Cre.ck, which passes nevirl y centrally throfigh the .Farm. There is also A Saw Mill and Silll-IIousc , convenient io the Mill, and .FIVE &fr"L TENANT HOUSES,on the premises Hj;;| —also an excellent Apple Orchard and pilgj'lL a variety of the choicest Fruit. About 400 acres of the Farm are cleared land, laid out in convenient fielris, and the balance heavil y Timbered. There is a on the Farm, and a portion of tho land is limed. For beauty of scenery, abundance ot pure water and puce atmosphere, it is one o! the most di'sir.iWe locations in lite Ni;ile. The Wayne.sboro', Greencaslle and Mr.rcersburjj Ttunpilip. passes through tho Farm? immediately m front of the. improvements, and intersects the I'liiiik Road leuding thr...

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