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Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

The citizens of the Union suffer much from disorders of the \, vr and Sinriiach, scarcely any. are fr^e from ' these destructive malarfies, hem-e lile w' rars fast. The fair s*x, perhaps

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Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

t>!I.V\VI,S.—A hi u lotol Bay -Sute Sluwls, ^ L ':\z <tnd Sii'iare ' ; Broche and Thibet si lr n'l—v splendid v irlrn, .ind join- ; > ~ al '' the . . .:- s; r :ej. ^l ' bCH10K.'S.

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Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 13 November 1854

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

IEBMS OF THE COMPILER. ggfThs Rtpublican Compiler is jiublish"c< every Monday morning, by IIbxhy <L~ Staiu.k at Sl, "5 per annum if paid in advance—$2M per annum if not paid in advance. No sub scription-dnscohtinued ; unless at the option o -tli p publisher, until all .arrearages are paid\_j _.\.DVEimsEMBXTa inserted at the usual Tates -JoirWoB*. doae, -neatly, cheaply-, and- witl dispatch. jjigftOffice on.South Baltimore street, direct ly bavkHc Wampler's Tinning Establishment o " ne.-«? f ti a half squares from the Court llouse. €l)aicc |ppjctrn* PADDLE YOTJR OWN CANOE. BV HB3. SiKAli T. BOLIOM. Vojagor upon life's sea, To yourself be true, An'l whure'er your lot may bs, 1'aiMle your own ciuioe. Ke\er, though the winds may .rave, • Filter nor look back, : —- __ ^^ But upon the darkest ytrvfe" ^"~- --Leave a shining truck. i ' Nobly dare the wildest storm, Stem the hardest gale, Brave of heart aud strong o^ arm, You will never fail. •''- "¦ ' When the world is cold ...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

-—-—r—~Agri<adtural45iweys. We live in an age when the whole world seems ultra, and thus we find Congress spending thousands of dollars for improvement fn" the telescope, and nothing for the plow.. Our state legislators will vote half a million of public funds for a geological survey, which ls ~ but remotery ~ applicatilc"lo~T3ie purposes ^ of -tbp fnrn^''. yghi'n an ngriVftiinrn] su n^y, ™<1*~ ing a much less amount, would be more immediately usefuL ¦ It is true that the fanner, from a geological survey, may know the rocks, the debris of which has formed the soil, and if every farmer would rend it, and every * geologist so write it as to render it applicable to his use, he might abstract this best of in for hi ati on from it. But we all know that-farmers do not read geological reports, and we equally well know, that they are not made in such a manner as to render them suited to their use ^ They are so scolaslic in thTir character, and - so general in their applicati...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

^A-Cteed-^etort A clergyman who .was in the habit of preaching in different "parts of the country, was not long since at tin inn, where he observed a horse jockey trying to ' Ukc in a simple gentleman, by imposing upon him a broken-minded horse foi a sound one. . The parson knew the bud charmter of the jockey, and talcing the gentleman ~a^dt^c>W~hifiH;t)-be-eatttious-©f-t4M!-pefSouJic was dealing with. . The.gentleman finally declined to purchase, and the jockey, quite nettled, observed — "Parson, I had much rather hear j'ou preach, than see you. privately interfere in bargaius botween man and man, in this way." , "Well," replied the pnrson, "if you wore where you ought to have been, last Sunday, you^might have lueard me preach." "Where was that?" inquired the jockey. "lathe Statk Piuson," retorted tho.clerj gyman. . ~ yGreat Sale of Choice Fowls. A large collection of rare foreign birds and poultry, which Imd boon on exhibition at Bar-! num's museum, in New York, during th...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

A Great Sliot. The "best shot ever made," that wp'h ' av< heard of, was that of an old hunter, who toll j us the story, but for the perfect accuracy o ¦ whose statements we will not vouch. . Our friend, the hunter, .was-standing on th 4KHvk-H3f-^e^fefli4-^4^epr-r4fte-4H—!mnd,-iui( ji pjcdjm^hejo^^ij^e^ hoj-ejij^ bj^ decr ^ u poi which he fired. At the instant he touched tin trigger, an enormous fish leaj>ed from the wate and' received the ball through the gills; "~ th j deer dropped dead in his tracks. j The hunter took a canoe, which, as fortun< was in a smiling mood, happened to bo near secured the fish, which , had ceased to flouno -and was floating with the current, andlandct at the shot where his prize—the deer—hai fallen. Oii examining the animal he foun< that the ball had passed through him, am looking in the direction it had taken, he dis c>v 'ed a dead deer, also slain by the indonii table bullet, and presently saw that it ha< bur...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

1 Great Battle Between the Russians an J -i Jellies. —T The Royal Mail steamer Asia arrived a New York, on Thursday morning, 'with ' Liver j pool dates to Saturday, Nov. 4th, bei ng thre days later than per steamer Atlantic. ' The news from the seat of war is quite im portant, and shows that hot work had beei j progressing. A force of 30,000 Russians attacked and tool the forts of Balaklava, the headquarters of th English troops, to the south of Sebastopol when a great battle ensued, in which the allies were finally successful and; remained master j of the field, with a loss of 500 men and elevei 1 cannon; - —T4>e^ngH«4»-frtoni»edHbur-TedotrbtS;—T-hre< regiments of English light cavalry were e. ^ posed to a cross fire of the Russian batteries and suffered immensely.. The French positior was attacked the following day by 8,000 Rus sians, but the latter were repulsed with great -slaughter. _ The siego of Sebastopol was progressing favorably—two Russian ships"hadbeeh de...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

<£l)c ftepublican Compiler Q^TTYSBUBG, PA. 7 MONDAY MORNING, NOV. 20, 1854 " (CP'Court commences to-day. !H7"Thursday next has been set apart by th Governor of the State, as a day of thanksgiving prayer and praise. Surely, 'his fund has heei highly favored, and should he deeply grateful . KIT'Congress meets at Washington on thi first Monday of December, and expires, bj constitutional limitation; on the 4th of nexl March. The Legislature of this State assem Lies on the first Tucstlayr(lhe 2d) of January and the inauguration of the Governor takes ~ plac^ohTthT^O iTr (TTu ~ e¥dliy nri^thyoTthe same month. * A legislative, provision fixes the election of U. S. Senator, which it requires to tak< place on the second Tuesday of the same month: and that of State Treasurer on the Monday preceding the Tuesday of the Inauguration ol the Governor, by the two Houses meeting In Convention. Two Sales This Week. It will be seen by reference to our advertising columns, that two publi...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

Hr. £crale's Expulsion from France. BIU tXItSJ) STATES MINISTERS. "The New York Times contains several let--¦Hff^'-tn-w l.« tnkm find rans7~pvinp;~TKe pnf= lie !«rs of the expulsion of Mr. Soule, the .Ainnicnn Minister to 5pnin. from France, and tl.c =ubst>q>icnt action of the American Ministers in L< iidovi nnd Paris. A letter dntod London 4>ptdlier 27ih, gives the annexed account of tbic ••expulsion:" Mr. Soule, having spent two days inl^ondon, pet outlast Tuesday for Madrid, via Fiance. On his arrival at Calais, lie was.asked to show his passports, and, having done so, was requested to step into an inner room of the Bureau dc Police. Here he was told that he must leave the country by, the next steamer, and that he would not be allowed in the meanwhile to gc any v» litre out of Calais, beuTg7tn~facT7 placed under surveillance. •iThere'must be a mistake, sir." said our Minister; "do you know who I am ?" ••There is not the slightest mistake, sir,' 1 was...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

I be gratiOed if he. (Mr. M-) would privately ! j>n.-v«-ht Mr. Sonic from coming to^ Frnnce. Mr. Mason-naturally <li(l not accede to the re-; quest. Last Thursday, being at the Ministry i upon other business, nnd yet ignorant of the : stoppage of-Mr.-Soule, he ask«d-M,-Brouyn da L'EInys why he had desired that Mr. S. be advised ' lo avoid France. The Minister replied that they had proof of his having expressed hostility to the piesent government of France. , On returning home he hi-nrd of the forcible interdict placed upon Mr. Soule's movement*. It isconsidereo at the Embassy that this position, if not receded from, must lead to a rup-; tu're. and a rumor circulated day before yesterday that Mr. Mason had already demanded hi.s passports. I may add that the opinion of our ministers nnd of Americans generally, is—as I mentioned on.rny own account in my last—that there was not sufficient cause to repulse Mr. Smile. unl"ss f sr.mng rl<-sire to do it had pre-¦ viou...

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

Rommanicated. Proceeding of the Educational Convention. . Pursuant to the call of the Counfy Superintendent, a Convention of the Teachers of Adams county, and the friends of Ration met m " the Lecture Room of St. James Church in the Borough of Gettysburg, on Saturday Nov. 11, at 10 o 'clock. A. M. . . . Davtb YVii.ts ,Esq., County Supenntendent, called the Convention to order and, after prayer bv Rev. Jacob Zieglbb, briefly stated_UiiLftbiect of the convention. The following is a list of the Teachers present— W,;B. Thomas, P. A. AlcDermad, Jacob Lott, Solomon Orner, Theo. R. Ditterline, W. N. Hellar. John A. Wiernian Henry II. Orner. Levi Chronister, Robert A. L ittle, J. A. R. McBride, F. W. Orner » J. J Biesecker, C. H. Austin, T. F. Grammer, ?f fl -t;n Mickley. C. W. Writy. T^i Mint™- J L'arbaog h, D. K. Snyder, R. S. Paxton, John ¦A: Young, Aaron Sheely, Levi W. Lott, James Jjttle. John McKnight, Rebecca Wright, Maria C. Thompson, Cynthia Powers. Ann McCufdy, II. E. McCrea...

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Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

MK (n(NKl FOlt CAPITALISTS! THE Subscriber, being aged and dpsirnus to retire fiom business, offers at Private Sale, the following VALUABLE REAL ESTATE : No. 1.—7hat well known and desirable FJlRAfaUnd MILL PROPERTY, fawwn at "CMIOLLSItP MILLS," situate part in Liberty township, Adams county, Pennsylvania, and part in Emmitsburg District, Frederick county, Maryland,4 iniloa southeast of Fairfield, and 2 miles west of Em in its burg. The Farm contains 700 ACRES, with the following improvements: A commodious and comfortable ' JfaaA ~§>\m Startling Jionsr, §9?I jlg wWt-Back-bttildings-attndied^sHsftfelift BANK BARN, IOO feet long and 50 deep, with all necessary out buildings.. viaa JoniLtL is entirely NEW, finished in 1354, and of superior structure in every respeel for a" Merchant and Gri>l Mill, being built of good materhiia and on (he latest improved plan. It is driven by Tom's (" reek, which passes nearly centrally ihrou»h the Farm. Ttmrtj is also A Saw III ...

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

Teachers Wnnled. 11HE School.DirPCtors of Strabun township will meet at ih« public house nf Jacob L. Grass, in Iliinterstown, on Saturday, the 25//* day if November instant, at 1 o'clock, P. M., to employ Te-ichers to take charge of the several Schools of said township. A. TAUGH1NBAUGH, See'y. November 13. 1851. trl Administrator '* Notice. JACOB SMYKUS'S ESTATE—Letters of administration on the esUle of Jacob Smyers, lute of Hiintington township, Adams county, decease-), having been granted to the undersigned, residing in the same township, he hereby gives notice to all persons ind«tvted to said estate to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same to present them properly authenticated for settlement. WM. B. S5MYERS, JtJm'r. November 13, 1854. Gt Agricultural Society. THE Adams Cnunly Agricultural Snciety willmeet in the Court-house, in Gettysburg, on Tuesday, the 21 st dm/ nf November inst., at 1 o'clock, P. M. Members and all others interested in the ad...

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

MARRIED. On the 14th inut., by the Rev. 3nn. H. C. Donh. Mr. ISAAC M. ' OtEHL, of Monntjoy township, to Miss KLIZABETH C. LOTT, of Mountpleasant township. On the 14th inst.. by the Rer. J.Sechler, Mr. DAVID GRUMIUN'E. of Hanover, to Miss LOUISA ATJLABAUOU. of MeSherrystowu, A<lams comity. On the. '20th ult , hv Kev. L. Oerhart. Mr. LEYI TtOBLITZ to Mis« MAKY H.UNKS, both of tka vicinity ufAbbuttxtnirn, AdaiiM county. On the Gth inst., by Uev. Fiither Denigor, Mr. FUEDERICK WASSON to Miss THBUESA TZAY—both of this borough. DIED. Communicated.—Died, on the 17th inst., at Mi residence, in York tyring*) Mr- JOHN JACOB PFEFFKH, in the Sid venr ' of his a^o. lie was a most worthy nnd respected citizen. Kind, generous add noble-hearted, he wa" universally beloved. A consistent Christinn, he wns an example worthy of imitation. But an the fairest (lowers fa<Se before tha blasts of autumn, so the voting, the loved and good, fall uudm- Mm Msstol dioeatie-. - SlrHWeffOT^weit-t...

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

JRauR of ftettyMtuirg', ) Octobek 9, 1854. 5 "I^TOTIOE is herehy given to the Stqck-Xl holders in the H.ink of Gettysburg, thut an Election for THIRTEEN f)l liEofOHS, to servp on«^ypnr, will t>f> held at the Hiink'ingnouse, on Monday, the 20th day if Xuetmlter next. J. B. " McPHERSON, Cashier. i)A AAA LBS. PORK, in December J*\J*\J\ r\J next, for which CASH will ha pnid. Fnrmpra whn hage-tha—article fur sale, will do well by calling and nuking, engagemenis-w-hh—the- subscriber, ut -htflrPlniiTr Bacon and Grocery Store, in West Middle street. Gettysburg. . c GEORGE LITTLE. November 13, 1854. 4t "^ NOTICE TOTeACUERS. THE attention of Teachers is directed to the 36th section of the new School Law, which reads as follows:—"It shall biMhnduty of every Teacher employed under the provisions of this Act, to make out >ind file with the Board ofDiroctors or Controllers ol the District, at the end of each month, a Report, set. ting forth the whole number ot pupils attend...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

GLEASON'S PICTOBIAL FOR THE YEAR 1855. MM. BALLOU, who has edited the • "Pictorial" from the commencement, having bought out the late proprietor, Mr. F. . Gleason, will conduct till? popular and widely circulated paper on his own account. The new volume will be radically improved in every respect, and will be published on finpr paper than ever before, which quality will he continued henceforth without change. Many new and popular features will at once he introduced, and the literary department will present an array of talent and interest beyond anything it has before attempted. The illustrations will bp finer,and by better artists lhan have before been engaged upon the paper, and altogether the publication.will be vastly unproved and beautified. Arrarigpmpnt3 have been made for representing during the year views of the mos". notable buildings and localities throughout the United States, as well as giving likenesses of the most prominent characters, male and female, of aitist...

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

IF so, you can be accommodated by calling on MARCUS SAMSON, who haojuxt opened and is now selling rapidly at his Store in York street, opposite the Bank, a very large, choice and cheap assortment of Fall and Winter Goods, to which heinvite8 the atter'ion of the public. They have been-selected with great car« in the Eastern cities, have been bought cheap for caah,and will 'ie sold cheap for cash—cheaper than at any other establishment in Gettysburg. His stock consists in part of Black, Bin*, Olive and Green CLOTH COATS, with frock, dress and sack coats; also Tweed, Cashmnre, and Italian cloth ; also a large stock of OVKlt COATS, which can't be beat in variety, quality or price, out nf the cities; also a very superior stock ot PANTALOONS,consisting in part of excellent and well made French Black Dofi-skin Casuhnere, Fancy ( Jiisaiinefe, Salinetts, Velvets, Cord, Linen nnd Coliouade. The slock of VESTS com pit!<esevt-ry variety of manufacture—tine black •Satin, Silk, Velve...

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Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

Any porfion wiphinr/ to bpcorhn an Agent, hy sending (post paid) <l|, will receive by rturn of mail, a One Hollar Engraving, a GIFT TICKET, a Pmspettus, a Catalogue, and all other nectfdsnry information. ,'' On the final completion of the sale, the Gtfvs will ho plured in the hands of a Com-MITTKjC of the 1'UHCHASEUS li> be DISTHIBL'TED, dm; notice of which will hn given throughout ilie United States and the Canadas. ¦or oifu: 100 Miirblo VuVtH of AVunlilngtoti , at filOO 810.000 loo—¦"—» cisv, — ; iwr~ iDTo&o 100 " » Wolistcr, ' 100 JO . 000 100 " " Cnlliouii, - ¦ 100 10,000 60 ok-pint Oil Pnlulln^. In\ Hp\eniid Bilt" fraiuen. »l*«3x*/i«)it encb, , ' 100 6,000 100 oleKaiil Oil i'lxtallnyi, '2x3 feet eneh, ' ' 60 8,000 500 uttfi Jilat« Engi-avingn, brllllivnth-cnlprwl In (ill , rifhgllt frames, ;Mx30 iu. ci.ich, 10 6,o<K> ir, 00() eli>KAi)t itc*! plrtto Kngrairln««i, cojiir- . ' oil lu oil. of the Washington Monuitioiit, ¦ 'JOi'JI incli...

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Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854

Fixed up in the New! Come and See TTs Read all Ihis, and say whether it is nut right. NEW 8T1TI.K OP BUSINE88 ON THE CASH PRINCIPLE, "QUICK, SALES AND SHOUT PROFIT*!'' rriHE subscriber has just returned from the J_ ('ily with a very large and fine .assortment «f . Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, ^f^vejxdejc^pjiojnjuiiLfashLon^ wJi ichJiajti U sell on good terms, for Oash or its equivalent. I have done a heavy Credit busincti? fur nearly 24 years, and I lie. consequence iias been a heavy loss on sates. I now intend to devote my whole time to my Store, and keep a large assortment of HATS and SHOES, and sell them as cheap rs any body else chii, for Cash or its equivalent, payment in a short lime, and for Country Produce punctually de livered when wanted—and entirely destroy the old habit of long credit. By this plan 1 can keep up my Slock, and sell Goods on butter terms. Come and see the Goods and judge for yourselves. Gentlemen's and Ladies' Gaiters, Buskins, Jenny Linda, Oxford...

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