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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

allies were about to fire upon them from new batteries w^h. red hot balls. «- As the British and French forces have been much cut up by disease an} losses, reinforcements wee urgently called for from England and France, and they are forthcoming. The reinforcements made so far to the UriUsii infantry in-lhe Crimea number 3O.(K)O. The French reinforcements are on a much larger scale. Russia has 200,000 men facing the Austrian frontier, while Austria has em battled along her frontier from Cracow: to the Danube 200,000, and 25,000 moie in the principalities. Both sides show great activity. The latest news with regard to Prussia is, that on the 25th ui-

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

T~r Edmund Butke. of New Hampshire , it is said, has become a Know Nothing. The secret of this change i;: . that lie wauled a bi ^ . Cut ollice from l're.sidint Pierce, ami diJn't ! •'«£ , i: J Other changes may be traced to the »anie'j identical cuust. j — - .... . .. _. - I TIT^The ^V>^^]lillJ;to!> I'ninn says that "the true jxisitiou of the Democratic ' p:u ty is m/icompromising in i/.i hw.liiitij In I he (Irdcr uf A'ii"ic .Vi/.'/i/ufx. 1 '' I)oe> llu-s biok like taking "backward^ steps," or doi_-> it "exhibit sytirp-*—loins of turning Native American f [T T ' ,^ Know Noiluim Council of colored per- : sr>!) ^ ivj< o[«ned at Khnira, New Vi'ik\ l:i-l ivfi'V—5'fjn ' ilit- M.'liiL :ii ;li,i: >¦ .»;t .; y. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

<JIlic Bcpublkan <Hompilcv. gettyssitrg7~pa. .. MONDAY MORNING, NOV. 27. 18*4.

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

sian ambassador at St.. Petersburg. , A Rusian. victory in Asia is reported—Gen Nicholas over Schatnyl, near Frosrwia. The withdrawal at the order prohibiting Mr Sbule- from passing thro' France, is continued

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

To Km, ¥u>viv. NVn-n.—The-Tvng l.i.-li rovvriinnftit b*» ineHy contracted with a London waiHifocltirev fur thirty-five tniltkni cainM.:c-^ tid fifi y ?tvii tVi<Mv-Mnl !mmtif»-st»< * i - -?. Ji t\;]] iakea \<mi !<• cpM' - .V.t; ti'e oo?¦Hill that an answer should be addressed to yourself. -j—About 2 o'eloek on tb<MT<«mififf-o£th(» 2d itist.. a rno.st painful and appalling accident happened { | to the train going west, on the C. & R. I, It. R. ' I T|ie cause of the accident appears to have been ' , ' from running.on to a horse. There were in the ' train, in addition to the engine and baggage j car, five first class passenger cars. The en-; gine, after striking the horse, by some strange cau.se, was completely reversed end for end, and full clear of the track, and.was passed by the tender, bnggnge car and the first passenger f ear, the second car was turned up partly sideways and stopped, resting on the engine : and as" the...

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Fixed up in the New! Come and See Us! Head all this, and say whether it is nut right. NEW BTVI.E Of BUSINESS ON THK CASH PRINCIPLE, "QUICK SALES AND SHOUT HU0F1TW !" THE subscriber has just returned from the City wiih a very largo and fine assort ment of ' Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, of every description and fashion, which he w|ll sell on good terms, for Cash or its equivalent. I have done a heavy Credti buhincas" for nearly 24 years, and (he consequence has been a heavy loss on_§aJ*;s. I now in!end lo derote mjjvhole ^ tnne to;rny.Store,jyjdJ$.«!£|U* lar-ge assortment of HATiSand SHOES, and sell them as chtyip aa any body else cun, for Cash or its equivalent, payment in a short time, andfor Country Produce punctually delivered when wanle/1—and entirely destroy the old habit of long credit. By this plan I can keep up my Slock, and sell Goods on better terms. Cwme and see the Goods and judge for yourselves. Gentlemen's and Ladies' Gaiters, Buskins, Jenny Linds, Oxford Ties, &a...

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION ri"UTE Amekioam Artists' Union would ro-|^ sjieetfully announce lo the citizens of llie Uniied States aud the Canada ' s, thai for the purpose of cultivating a Inste for the fine arts limiujfhout the cuuutry, and with a view of enabling every family to become possessed of a gallery of Kn^ravin^, By^the-firetrArtists of-the-Agre^:— they have determined, in order lo create an extensive sale for their Kngravini>s; and thus lioi only give employment'to a large number of arlisid and others, but inspire among our countrymen a taste for works of art, to present to the purchasers of their Engravings, wbt*n 250,000 of " Which are sold, " 250,000 GIFTS, OF THIS ACTUAL COST OF 8(150,000 Eich purchaser of a One.Dollar Engraving, therefore, receives not only an Engraving richly worth the money, hut also a ticket \vhi«h entitles him lo one of the Gifts when they are distributed. For Five Dollar* a highly finished Engraving, beautifully PAINTED in OIL, and FIVE G...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Godey's Lady's Book for 1855 Twenty-fifth Year of Publication by the tame Publisher. ri^HE only Lady's Book acknowlfiilgpA hy X tlio Ladies of this country as worthy of its name. Principal Points of Atlradiunfor 1855. It contains 100 pagen of reading in every month's number—not beginning with a lart^a number in January, and'deereuoing throughout the jear. BEAUTIFUL PLATKS, Line or Mezzotint, in every number, Godey's reliable .Steel Fashion Platea (colored) in every nutnher—the only Fashion Plnte3 that are considered ns HUtluirity. Knitting, Netting, and Embroidering printed in colors. Music—two pngos monthly. Easy Lessons in Drawing ore given monthly. (Jodey' g Invaluable Receipts, worth alone Three Dollars n year—for Cooking, ihe Toilet, Sick lioom, Nursery, and Miscellaneous House-keepiiijT Receipts. Diagrffms and Plans, with full direction' s, for Ladies to cut llieir own drevues. P,iiti<rns fur Children's d/esses, both male and' female. MODEL COTTAGES. ^; Grea...

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Graham's American Magazine, rilHK Patriarcli of A r »i_erican_,;n,QiitJll.ipJj I now in its tw^nty^ ninth ye»r, during which time it has never ranked second loany jH-riodieal in the world, ofl*er9 for 1855 attractions superior to those of any fonrieryear. 'The best American Authors fill our columns with the fifuits of their g<>niiis,vv1riist paxllltistraiinirs, (which, on bot)i steel and wood, have heen proncHinced by tlie press to surpass.those published in any other periodical i« America,) are designed by American Artists, and engraved by Ameiican Engravers. In addition to the former liierary attractions 1>f .'the Magazine, we shall hereafter have an EDITOR'S TABLE, which will be enriched by short contributions, correspondence and poetry, variously grave and humorous. We have also added a FASHION DEPARTMENT, which will be under the chargfl of Madame Julie de Marguerites, and will contain the latest Paris Fashions, Fashionable Chit-Chat, and matters of ge...

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Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

-JOO ' ACR^SSi with the following improvements : A commodious and comfortable ' _^MS&. Itnitr tolling itansr, - fBTinI with Uacl<-hnildin»si att.ichmU a ^^g^l BANK HAKiN, 100 reel long and 50 deep, with all necessary out buildings. * - %%* .lafiii is entirely NEW, finished in 1851, and of superior structure iu every respect for a Merchant and Gri-st Mill, being built of good inatpri.iis and on the latest improved plan. It is driven by Tom's-Creek, which-passes-nearly centrally through the Farm. There is also A Saw Mill and SUII-IIoiinc, convenient to the Mill, and FIVE f&" , on the premises j "| —also an excellent Apple Orchard and J|Jj|}]iL a variety of the choicest Fruit. About 400 acres of the Farm are cleared land, laid out in convenient fields, and the balance heavily Timbered. There is a on the Farm, and n portion of the land is limed. For beauty of scenery, abundance of pure water and pure atmosphere^ it is one of ihe most desirable locations in '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

GLEASON 'S PICTORIAL FOR THE YEAR 1855. MM. BALLOU, who has edited the • "Pictorial" from the commencement, having bought o'it the late proprietor, Mr. F. Gleason, will conduct this popular and widely circulated paper on his.own account. The new volume will be radically improved in every respect, and will be published on finer paper than ever before* which quality will he continued henceforth ' without change. Many new and popular features will at oncf> be introduced, and the literary department will present an array of talent and interest beyond anything it has hrfore attempted. The illustraii'ons will be finer, and by better artists than have before heen engairpH upon t\,n pajmr ,_a.tuf altugTTther-ihe- puhlicationwH Be vastly improved and beautified. Arrangements heve been made for representing- during the year views of themos: notable buildings and localities throughout the. United States, as well na giving likenesses "f tins most prominent characters, male and f»- . ...

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

»O YOII ' WAKT A WELL MADE AND CHEAP SUIT OF WHTGB CLOTKf IF so, you can be accommodated by calling on MARCUS SAMSON, who has- jtm opened and is now selling rapidly at h-isStore in York street, opposite the. Bank, a very large, choice and cheap assortment of Fall ami Winter ttoods, to which he invites . the alier'ion ofnhe public. They have, been selected with great c.iTeinthe Eastern cities, havo been bou«ht cheap for cush . and will be sold.cheaji for cash—cheaper than tit any other establishment in Gettysburg. His stock consists in part of Iftack, Blue, Olive , und Green CLOTH COATS, with ffock^rdress «nd sack cojus ; also Tweed, Cashmere, and Italian cloth; also lUargfi-Slock of OVEK COATS, which citn'l.be beat in variety, qualitv or price, oul of tlie.cities; also a very superior ran « Risting hi part of excel'ent and w£ll made French Black Doe-skin Cassimere, Fancy ('.is c iniere. Siitinotte, Velvets. Cord,—Linen und Coitonade. The stock of VESTS comprisesevery variety o...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Tlie x^' civ ftJcasictcry. 1"^HK subscriber takes this method of respectfully informing those persons who intend removing the remains of thi-ir dead from present locations to Ever Green Cemetery, thai he will undertake such removals at'moderate charges, and feels confident lh.it he will meet rhe satisfaction of all whohiay emp loy-Uiin.—lie has-a vehicle-fur--the-Conve-y--ancu cfbodips and tomb stones—and can be fuurid ei'.herat Powers's Granite Yard oral his residence, in Breokenridge strict. - . ' ~ ' . A. VY. FLKMM1NG. November 27, 1851. llEADY-MADE " CLOTilIi\G. George Arnold HAS now eniored in thu Clothing business extensively, and has EXPKKJHNCED WORKMEN in ' his employment, constantly culling outnnd making up, out of his own cloths, Ov a r Coals. Dress Coats, pantaloons, Vests, Monkey Jackets, <fcc. &c. ,, AlFKftHis' of CSothfll^ made to.jorder, on short notice. Cnnstanlly ou hand and for sale a great variety,of Clothing, of his own manufacturing, us chea...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Toe Escape kkom rriK Sjstkrhood at Emmitsbl'KO.—The Frederick Citizen has the following version of this affnir, the first account of which appeared in the Examiner: Miss B'uiikley is from Norfolk, Va., and a convert to the Catholic f.ijth. She went lo the Sisterhood about two venrs ago on a visit and " to make a religious n tv,n. She rWn petitioned to be received, but on beinp admed-lo wait and consider the mailer maturely, (ii heing a rule of the soc*e * to admit imn ' e unless there is * strong .issur.moe of marked vocation,) $p? Went home. A year -after she renewed ^jf r.Jijiplicaiion, and was admitted, on trial.— in this capacity, as a mere probationer or novice, and nut a sister, Miss U. resided at the Sisterhood fur tlie last t«ii months or therealiouts, and was engaged in teaching, .&c., until Tuesday morning, the Dili instant, a short time before tfie morning bell, when she got out of the window of lier chamber and departed. It is presumed that-she contemplated t...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

NOTICE TO TKACHEIIS. " ^I"1H I? aitention of Teachers is directed to JL ihe 36th sfdion of the new School Law, which reads as tollows :—••It shall be the duty of every Teacher employed under ihe provisions of this Act, to make out tind file with the Board of Directors 6r Controllers of the District, at ( he end of each month, a Report, setting- forth the whole number ol pupils attending school during the month, designating whether male or female, the number of day3 each atliinded, the hooks used a 'nd branches taught; and until such Report 'iiall have been made, it shall not he lawlul for the lioard ol Directors to pay such readier for his or her services. The Reports mado in pursuance ol the foregoing provisions, h h a 11 he regularly filed by the Secretary of the Board of Directors nr Controllers, and shall at all times be subject to the inspection of every citizen of she DUmci." - O^j-The ports, as above, have just been publised, in'handsome style, and the subscri-Htsr trus...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

DIED. On the 28th of August, 1S54, in Delaware county, Tn<lianaof bilious fever auil congention of the brruu, Mr. JOlIN SA.Ml'LK. ajreJ C3 years 9 uioiuhs ani 1J day«. C'OMMlNIC.tTKD. " - At a meeting of -'Gettys Lodge, >'o. 124, i.O. O. F.. !1 ou Tuesday evening last, the folloiving preamble and resolutionh were unanimously adt>pted : Although fiequcntlycallud to mourn the decease of valued fricnrlH anJ worthy members of our brotherhood, and to give expression to the sorrow consequent upon those mysteritniH dispeiKations of Divine Pro\ ideuce which thus call from our midrit those whom we have learned to respect and love—the peculiarly lUIlicting circumstances attending the sudden death of liro. Wit. C. L-AL' CIIILIX and liis interesting f.uuily—called froiu,time toeternity without a moment's warming, by one of those frequently recurring accidents, which, many-social—cire!es- r afur-fTotn-ijome7^a'n!t"TvitlntT)ni5~but" strangers to minister to their wants ...

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

and the church a worthy and consistent duistian. Kesolved, That while we bow with humble submission to this afflicting dispensation, which has thus so suddenly removed from time to eternity, our late brother, with a loved and loving wife, children and mother, regardiiv it as the will of Him wlio >-doeth all things well," we receive it as a warning, bidding us all to remember how truoit is, that "in the midht of life we a.-e in death. " Jtesolved, That we teu ler to the surviving friends of the deceased Brother our deepe s t_sympathy, an! hereby direct the Secretarj' to convey to them this assurance, with a copy of these resolutions. Resolved, That the Hull be clothed in mourning for ninety days, und that each Brother wear the usual mourning badge for the space of thirty days. Published by order. ' - WM.B. MEALS, Sec'y. ' COMMDN'ICITKB .. At a meeting of Adams Division, held November 20th, 1S54, the following resolutions wuru adopted : Kesolred, That this Division has lear...

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Peterson's Magazine. Great improvements will be made in this capital Magazine for 1855. The readingmatlur will bo inc reused to nine hundred pages a year.. Each number will contain a steel en* graving, a coloreikfashioii plate, and between twenty and forty wood eneravirps. The fashions nro a 1 ways prettier and later ifv "Peterson" than in any other magazine. Mra. Ann S. Stephens, the celebrated author of '•Fashion and Famine," is one of the editors, nnd-WT-it£8_exel usi valy^fot- J t,-assisted- 4\y- a II the best female authors. No other magazine has such stories as this: and morality and virtue am always inculcated. The terms are a dollar less than those of other magazines of similar rank, viz: $2,00 a year instead of $3,-00. To clubs liie irrmsnre cheaper yet, three copies being sent for $5,00, five eopies for $7,50. and eight copies for *10,00, with a splendid premium to the pwon getting up the club. Address, post paid, Charles J. Pbtehson, No. 10*2 Chesnut street, Philadelp...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Is a-Free Negro a Citizen ok the United States?—A highly, important decision was made on Thursday last in the U. S. Circuit Court for this Slate, by IlisJIonor Judge Drurnmond, in the case of Joseph Mitchell, free negro, plaintiff, vs. Charles H. fcainar, defendant. The p!ea tiled by the defendant alleged the plaintiff to be a free negro, and-jnot a citizen of tfifTTTiTTted Stales, entitledTo maintain a suit before the II. S. Circuit Court.--T.he plea was sustained by the court. We also learn that Judge McClcan,coincided in the opinion delivered by Judge Drur.nt.uond.—Chicago Times. K7*Thc Bedford Gazdte says:—"Judge Daugherty. who received all theKnow-Nothing votes in this Legislative District, denies most emphatically, in a letter to Mr. Robinson, of Fulton, that he ever consented to the use of his name in this connection, and he will be found arrayed against them on every measure tending to abridge the right of conscience, or affect the rights guarantied to our adopted citize...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

£l)c ittnrlfcts. Corre«;t«il fromthe latent Haiti more. VorkAHanover papers ' B.U,TIM0RK—Fkidait t-isr. Flonr, per barrel. §8 37 to 8 50 Wheat, per bushel, 1 75 to 1 95 Bye, " . 1 12 to 1 20 Corn, «? ' 75 to 80 Oats, «< 46 to 52 ilorersred, " 6 00 to 6 50 Timothy, " 3 50 to 3 62 "Whiskey , per gallon, 43 to 44 Beef Cattle, per hnnd., 5 00 to S 2o IIo-s. •- 5 5(1 to <> '2'> H.ty. per ton. us o(i to'in >«> Gu.uio, Peruvian, per ton.oH 00 to.il 00 ' 1UX8VB! — Tki'hsoit Lisr. Flour, per bbl., from stores, g£ 73 Do. " •' wagous, 8 25 "Wheat, pur bushel, 1 70 to I fcO Rye, " i (iri Corn, — " - 75 Oats, " • 40 Clovorsced, " 6 00 'i'ini'tthy, " 3 00 l'la.sler"uf Paris, rvor ton, • —7~tJ0

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