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Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
T TTy uiem on terms as lirvwjaTnB <>•any oilier establishment jh either of the Atlantic (flit's. fj^~AH kinds..of Diamond and Pearl Jewelry and Sijver Ware manufactured to order, within a reasonable Him 1 . fjy Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware faithfully repaired, \VM. B.ELTON HEAD. ¦ : '- r-ynT-m-f'»uH< -M St., . "*¦ » f«w doura alxive tl>c 2.1 St. Market, We.-t M;lv. —&ay*ln the .Soutn,-W-J4»l'j-W-ul-Uni-!Si(i rc-aua.y be seen the famous BIRD CLOCK, which commands the admiration of the scientific and ourioas. ' . . October 9, 18M. ly . ' .
Id=218 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
3DA3JJ-aA2i-iJ3a "B^III'. sub^frtber, tbiinklul mr past favors, i respocifuMv informs the public Ih;• 1 lie coiv iiii!ies ihe Co :ch-inaking hiibinese, in ail its variot;?. lir iiiL-!ie ; , ;;t liispltl Stand, in York slo et. ( fur.Hi--! v L>i!'"i^>sfh.iin " .s ,) where lie ins mi :i inii, .it;d will manufacture to or<ior, Rook.iway and Boat-body Carriages, a '; uf the bet-'. ':r.:.'') i's. :u:l M' t!,t J iicst of t. ilntu, Cj' vl .i:i: i '^e I--. - • ,iit:i« ' i-.\e^. i.i:'t\ \ i; if ^ r, m!.;j. I,. •• - .'. .- < \ •... " !,. I - if. lt-lter wrinen for the mere sake of w riling, hut •lo say, that your Oiniineni cured rue" of our of the most dreadful cutaneous diseases thai tVhis heir lo, and which was considered by"all, who knew me, to be entirely beyond the reach . of medicine. Fox nine years I was afllicted. with one of the most painful and troublesome bjjre_.ljigg_tliai-£v^r-fV-il-to-th«-J^t-of mai tt^md.— after trying every medicine 1 had e...
Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 20 November 1854
20). IS* . SOUTH SECOND STREET fatween /•'C a*>d Univn. Went side, F&ilad'a. fiMiE . assortnjent ecnbiaccs aJUrrte and Sc-J_ tectSlush " f JPin* Watehea, Jewelry, Silver fi'are, .fibula Wart, plated with fine. Hiiver, in Sp'i'tn*. Forte, Jfodks, pc—Jet (roods. Fant pud Famy Jlrtides of a. superior .quality. <\e' s«TVurg the examination of iliose w hn d*tiire. to imicurft thebetlgoudt al the Lowest ilash Prices. Having a practical knowledge.of .ihe husipess, and all available facilities for Importing jmd Manufacturing, tliejsubscriber confidently invites purchasers, believing that he can sup- ! i • ¦
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854
Select illiscellanih Selling Dry Goods. People generally think that it is a very easy matter to stand behind ft counter and retail dry goods; but a week's experience m that business would convince the cleverest man that it is much more difficult and laborious than the task of turning a grindstone twelve hours per "diem. The office of salesman embodies, in its duties, necessity for the shrewdness of a politician, the persuasion of a lovef, the politeness of a Chesterfield, the patience of Job, and the impudence of a pickpocket. There arc sales¬ men who make it a point nevcr-to lose a customer. One of the gentlemen who is in a store in.Chatham street, not long since, was called to show a very fastidious and fashionable lady, who "dropped in while going to Stewart's," some rich silk cloaking. 'Every article of the kind wasTexgpsed to her view—the whole store was ransacked—nothing suited. The costly was stigmatized as trash—everything was coalmen and not fit for a lady. She gues...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854
IXT'Ao man can avoid his own company—so he had best make it as good as possible. From the )lnliiii|tii! Mlru*r'h Ilt>','i-<ter. Know Nothingism-—Letter from a Methodist Clergyman. AVu.nsoF Ciikcai;qck, (Iowa) Oct.", Til. My vkiiy Uk.mi Fiuhxd : licfore [ left Duburpie, yourself and several other gentlemen of various Christian churches, requested the publication of my sermon delivered on the 4ih inst. A long habit of speaking extemporaneously has made me careless of the preservation of either sermons or speeches whi< h T am call¬ ed upon to inakc from time to tune. Therefore, to give you my language or to transfer to paper my allusions to civil and religious liberty- would lie impossible. But with eveiy possible desire to be brief, t shall give my n/n ' nifim to yoiirst'lf in regard to the right of every man worshipping Cod according to the diet a ten of fits own conscience, and just as freely express my fears of, and opposition to, every organization, cither...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854
Race for a Husband. - There lived in Gloucester county, New Jersey, an old widower, named Pjter, who was an odd compound of whim and caprice—his circumstances were not affluent nor yet indigent, but was considered "comfortable." At no great distance from his farm, resided n buxom widow, about four feet r in height, and it was said tint her altitude wai near the true guagcof the circumference of her waist. In the same direction, though further from the residence of "Peter, lived another widow, named Amey. These ladies were-compctiiors lor the favorable regard of the widower. Peter's mind was long undecided which of the two widows should have the preference ; Amey was beyond doubt the most beautiful, but then Christina was corpulent^, and of course there was " more of her." Ik at last hit upon an expedient lo bring t-he altair to. a conclusion—he wrote a billet to each, purporting that he had also sent for her competitor, and was resolved to marry the one who should first arrive a...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854
Fallen Greatness. \Vc have no disposition to exult over a fallen enemy, nor stir the embers of a supposed fire.for the poor purpose of burning an edifice already half-consumed. The Democratic party in tho State was defeated at the late election, but wo liavo no sympathy with those who now find themselves in an unpleasant predicament, from having contributed to produce that result' All men of mature age are responsible for their acts, and it is no excuse that traitors plead provocation for their treachery. £o true party man will allow his feelings to control his actions in the support of candidates selected in accordance with usage. Ami there is'another rule which must be applied to partisans. The higher a man ascends in the confidence of hia party, and the more honors he is made to bear, to a stricter accountability should he be held. It sometimes happens that those who receive ilu> most favors full the easiest into temptation, <md apparently sink from their high...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854
Sometmnrr Good. "Wo ^ lake the following Id . " be'a recipe ' for making an excellent, lir.st-quality, busruit :— A quart of Indian meal; a pint of sifted win at Hour: a very small teaspooufulofsiilt; three pints of milk : four i-csrs. Sift the Indian nnd wheat jnc.il into n pan. and add the salt. Mix them well. JJoal ' the whites and yolks of the eggs si piiratoly. The yolks mii ijt be hchifii until very thick nnd smooth ; the whiles to ' a still froth that will stand alone of itself. TIuti stir the yolks gradually, (a li.ttle at a liim\) into the milk.— Add by'degrees the ini-al. Lastly, stir in the beaten while of egg. and give the whole a long and haid stirring! Butter a sullioient number of etips, or smatl deep titisJ— n<ar!y fill them with batter. Sot them immediately in a hot oven, and hake them fast. Turn them out of the cups. Send thorn warm to the.table, pull them out, and eat them with butter. They will pufl'iip finely, if, at the Inst, you stir in a level te...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854
Raw: Birth Days.—Under this caption the Portsmouth Journal recently chronicled the Heath of an esteemed citizen of that place, who was born on the 29th of February, 1780, and consequently had but eighteen returns of his birthday in his long life. The publication of this fact lias elicited many curious circumstances of a similar character. A venerable man is on 'Change in this city every day who was born in 1T70, and vet he hud but nineteen re¬ turns of his birth day. — Iwo public olhccrs of this city, whose duties an; the same, were both born on the 2'.'th of February. One of our friends, the President of an Insurance) Company in Suite street, was born on the 29th of February, and his eldest, grandchild was born on the same date. Why rot call a meeting on the 29th of February, the next leap year, and invite the attendance of those whose birthdays are not an annual occurrence.—Boston Transcript.
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854
^./" '"Please, mister, give me a bundle of hay." "Yes, my son. Sixpenny or .shilling bundle?" "Shillin'." ' --It, ii fur your father? ' 1 •'No, guess 'taint—it's for the hoss.V C^7" ""A fellow in jaii wishes lie had I he small pos, so he could "break out." lie has tried everything eNe. '^y'Wwi best defence of lying is Charles Latn'/s remark, as related by Leigh Hunt, thai ¦¦Truth is pieciuus and not to be wasted on every body." _ -- ~T~ r"Y\\e great race between the night-mare and the cloil.ei-horse (distance from pole to (iolc). came oil'yesterday, the two parties corning in neck and neck. "' y^'-Pollock's Cuurse of Tiiiiu"—Ab>>ut r'.n.r Vi_aii\
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854
XT'M. de Balzac was lying awake in bed when he saw a man enter his room cautiously, and attempt to pick the lock of his writing-desk. The rogue- was not a little disconcerted at hearing a loud laugh from the occupant of the apartment, whom he supposed asleep. "Why do you laugh ?" asked the thief. "I am laughing, my dt-ar fellow," said M. dc Kal/.ac, "to think what pains you are taking, arid what a risk you run, in the hope of finding money by night in a tesk where the lawful owner can never find any by day.'^ The thief •evacuated Flanders."-at once. [T^Dfbbs saj-s would have d : cl of the. cholera, in August, if it had not been for one thing—"the doctors gave him up." ' Two days afterwards he says he was a \\"etT man, indulging in succotash.
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854
SiN'<;ri, \it Ocn;nnuxcK.--In Louisville, Kentuckj' , a couple of foolish fellows having a lot of knotty savvjogs, butts of trees, &c, which they could not chop, saw, nor split apart, got them together in a pile, on Thmsday evening lust, at the corner of Twelfth and Main .streets, bored a hole in the largest log, filled it with powder, and blew up the whole lot with an explosion which caused the splinters to fly in all directions. One chunk went through a wagon standing- on Main street, killing two men who were standing on the "sidewalk, one of whom was much bruised and his clothes near¬ ly torn from bun. 1 ho prune sphnicr also knocked a hole in the door of a bouse, and n nother fi agment demolished a window on eacii
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854
"Cease," she said,"thy strain-of sorrow Mortal, turn thy looks on me ! I am daughter of To-morrow, And my name is Remedy. "Nothing is, that is without nio ; I was present at the birtll'' " ¦ Of the Universe about me ; Mine is heaven ; mine is earth !" "Sphere," I cried, " sublime of action ! Yet a doubt suspends my breath : For disgrace, despair, distraction, What thy "cure!" She answered, "Death "That," J cried, with bitter feeling, "Is from w-oc to woe to ike — Say, for death itself what healing !" Sb,e replied—"Eternity!" [Household Words
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854
TEEMS OF THE COMPILES. t'-lf 'I'hz Republican Compiler is published every Monday morning, by IIexrv J. Staiii.k, at t-L.75 P«r ahnuiii if paid in advance—82.00 p,.r annnnf if not paid in advance. No subscription discontinued," unless at the option of the publisher, until nil arrearages are paid. AnyJiKTJsKMK_XTs inserted at the._usual rales, Jon Wouk. done, neatly, cheaply, and with dispatch. ge^rOlfice nn South Baltimore street, directly opposite Warn pier's Tinning Establishment, one and a half squares frolu the Court House. Great Yaelrts, &c. — M. W. JJaldwin, Km ' ),., of Oxford ' town ship, 20dwr.nl of Philadelphia, raised oil"of i measured acre of ground, this season, one bun dred and four bushels and two quarts of shell ed corn. A selected acre in the field, he be