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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

CLEttGrMEN" in- Cokgrbss.—There will be a good sprinkling of clergymen in the thirtyfourth Congress. James Meacham, from the tirst District of Vermont, is a clergyman, and so is Alvan-Salin, from the Third District. Kbenezer Knowlton, from the Third District of Maine, is a Free Will Paptist preacher. John J. Pearce, elected in the Fifteenth District of Pennsylvania ; Robt. B. Hall, in the Fifth District of Massachusetts, and Mark Trnfton, iu the Eleventh, are ministers of the {aOipt-1. [C7°"Judge Edmonds is out with a letter, in which he describes his interview with the spirits of those who were lost on the Arctic. The Judge would obtain more credence if he had made his revelatiojis earlier—before the calamity was known in the " regular" way. H7*The snow wus one foot deep at Kalama-800, Michigan, on Monday.

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

MARRIED. On the 21«t instant, by Ilev. D. P. RosemuiUer. Mr. GEO. HILTEflBUlCKor Carroll comity. Md.. to Miss MAKUAltl'T K.. daughter of Mr. John Meli'ing of Adam* county. Uu tlie 24tU ult.. by Jic». Henry Aunuid, Mr, HEXltV U. WOLF to Mi»s MAHV H YOCNU, all of thi< cimtity Ou tin-ad inst., by the unie, JUr. KICIIAItl) l'ETERS to Miss MA6U.\LKN'A HKIKES. all of this c«uuty. Ou the 7th iost.. by the same. Mr. S. UfNTiiK to Mis.sE. J.tCOIt^; :il! of this ' enuaty. OntheStli imt , by tlie same, Mr. KICHATU) TRIMMKK to Mi^s MATILDA SI'AXGIjKK", allof tlu» countr. On thcaith ult.. IivTlioniito 'tV ^itMioll K*^ ' Mr <:ff> ECKKL. of Eatwu, freltle ««., «7iiio, to Altbt, il AltV \Y. HOI'KINS. of the Kiime i-uuiity. -On Thursd.iv week, .it the Conowapi C'liapcl. !«• Ror. F.ithfr Di-uiiter. Mr. JOHN CHIUSMOUK to 'iliss SlTrAX. (laiuliterof Mr. Ge'trgo Cotlori. hoth of this place On the 6th ult., bi- Kcv. S Soutiniin, Mr SAMULL W,M, II.MIN tu Miss SARAIX A. M. S. 1IANKKY...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

IC^There are said about three thousand Negroes entitled to vote in New York city under the provision of the State Constitution which requires a colored man to have been three years a citizen and possessed of freehold estate of the value of $250 over and above all d«bts and incuinbrances charged thereon, and upon which a tax shall have been paid.—Saturday Express. This is true. And it is also a fact that the Know-Nothings (to whom our neighbor is said to belong) would exclude a white man, who happens to have been born out of the country, from voting'until he has been TW. ENTY-ONE years a citizen . ' What a beautiful commentary on Know-Nolhingism this is.! A black man may vote upon a three year's residence, but a WHITE man must serve an apprenticeship seven fimes as long to entitle him to the right of suffrage !—-Lane. Intelligencer.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Bank of Gettvsbukg, " ) ~ _, Nov. 7, \8Si. J THK President and Directors of this Institution have this d.iy declared a Dividend of Three per cent., payable on or after the 13th instant. J. B. McPIIERSON, Cashier. November 13, 1854. 3t OA f\(\(\ IjBS - PORK, in Decembor jL,\)*\J\)\J next, for which CASH will be paid. Fanners who have the article for sale, will do well by calling and making engagements, with the. subscriber, at his Flour, Urtcon and Grocery Store, m West Middle street, Gettysburg. GEORGE LITTLB. „ November 13, 1854. 4t

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

~\I ACKER EL, Codfish, Salmon, Herring "; X'i J' ork, Hams and Sides,Shoulders, Lard ;ind Chetse, constantly on hand and for snle by .8. i'almer & Co., Market Street IVkitrfH' IIILADELPHU. Ociober 9, 1831. 3tu SPOTJTmG! SPOUTBTG! (~ < KOlUiE and Henry Wampler ' n-ill raaka J House Spoutingand put up the<;auielow, foreash or country produce. Farmer-sand all others wishing their Houses, tt.ims. &c. spouted, would do well to.L' ive ~ iliRn-a-«alI . __ 1 U. &. II. WA.MPLER. April IS, 1853. riilCKlNGS. MUSLINS. &r.—^'in'tnnra JL of those <-.he:it>-Tici.in^<. MiikIiii^. ice. ,.n->e bei ii j^i- t i\n. i '. t -V. Ali'NOLD.

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

LET THE FACTS BE KM0WW ' rpiIAT ABItAM ARNOLD has ju-t re-JL liiTnml from the Eastern cities, with •''" largest and best selected stock of goods for Men and Boys 1 wear i;v»:rbeforeM ' eri'd,which heis new making up. at th<! Ol' Stand, whjTe hi' invites all who wish to prichasc tLO 'l'H-/A'Gr', made ol ' ci^cam fit •1 ^?^j.asiT a 3. ^2.Il 3 and hy good workman, to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere, hs h* is dcleruiined to undfrsell :iny clothing Store ¦or Slop Shop " in the town or country. Havincr ^-enrfd lh>- services of one of thn best ( CTl'E /tS intlie, country, lie is prepared to inal<« up clothing at I he. shortest notice ami in:jirt beststyle His inottu is Quick Sales arnJ >»niall Pr"lits. October i, IS.'/I. • tf

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Ifolloway's Pills.—An admir.iblo Remedy for the Cure of Bile, Indige.->tion, and Liver Complaints.— \n American lady, the widow of an officer, in lite E. I. C. Service, had heen residing many years in Calcutta, where her liver and stomieh hud become so deranged, that she could with difficulty, digest any kind of food. She sotfr-reo almost unceasingly from sick headache, nervonsnpss, and lowness of spirits, the results of a debilitated constitution. The medical aid she. had there was of no avail, and her friends advised her to take up Jier residence at her sister's, in Savannah, Georgia; tlie latter lady persuaded her to have recourse to Holloway's Pills, which in about six weeks, restored her to sound and perfect health, to the astonishment of her benevolent sistt-r who had ytven up all hope of her re-

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

^¦MBifflfflflgE FOR CAPITA1.1STS! rriHK1 Subscriber, being1 aged and desirous .JL to retire fiom business, offers at Private Sale. tl.R following VALUABLE REAL ESTATE: No. 1.— That tcsll knnnn and desirable FJJiM and MILL PROPERTY, known at 'tlllROLLSBLHG MILLS," situate part in Liberty township, Ad.im* county. Pennsylvania, and part in Kmmitsburg District, Frederick rounty, Maryland. 4 miles southeast of Fn-irSeld,- and 5} miles west of Emintt-thurg. ¦ The Farm contains _ " —

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Important from Havana-.* Popular Rmng Anticipated in r»ba-New Orleans, X«»- 21.—The steamer Black Warrior, from Havana, with dates lo the 16th, has arrived . . The Delta announces, having received information from an authentic source, that the inhabitants of Cuba are in the wildest state of «. -nthut,i:isin, and contemplate an important rising in a few days. The same paper al*> publishes a bold and energetic proclamation issued from the Cuba Club of Terrorists. The other papers of this city, however, have no infoimaliou iu regard to the matter, and discredit the report. The governor of Tiindad is reported to be a prisoner at Havana.

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Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

I.O.OfR.lI. ~\7""OU will meet every Fiiiiay evening, at X <>i o'clock, in ^ he Wig wain, (McConaughy's H.ill.) Punctual attendance i« requested. AUG. SCHWARTZ, C. of R. BsiTPersons wishing to connect themselves wiih this Tribe, will please «pply to any of the members. Gettysburg, Nov. 13, 1 S.I 1. f>:n '. Wanted Immediately. . i TKACHKR lo hav^.cfiar^fof ihe School XjL of colored children in ihe Horough of Gettysburg, duruig \.[\e co^jiinjr winter. " Apply t» k. g " : Mcckkary, Oct. 30. Prti'l if Board nf Directors.

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Snb-Xoil I*Ioiighs , OF the beet fjii.ility, always on hand, and for sale, in Gpttvsliurw, at ibis Foundry ol T. " WaRUKN & SO ^ N. QUEKNSVVaRE AND GROOIvRIKS.il A. ARNOLD U now receivimja lar^e lril of Qn«-fnsware, which he will 'oil low. *^ Crill ami s«-e. O<-t. -J. DO you want C UlTW -T7TH\T VMIKS t Goto FAllNKSTOCKS'. ~\ I I'sl.INS, I-in»riis and Ti'-kin"-, for *n\e

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Landholders, Take Notice. ri^HK Morris Claims, (of :ht> la»e Rohr-rt _L Morris, Financier of ihe War of the licv. olniion.) will he sued out. Occupants and others can have Confirtgptory, Quit Claim, and Pee Titles, Ly early application to John Moss, Sole Grantee.. No. 50 Walnut St. How. Wai.», Esq., No. 2 York Building, J. L. IIi-'rband, Esq., No. 2 San«om Street, Attorneys at Law, Philadelphia, Pa. October 23, 1854. 1 in

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

, nun me surviving the deceased the expression of our tiuuere Nymjiatuy, and hereby direct the K. S. to couvey to them this assurance, together with our cheorful testimony to his personal worth and exemplary deportment «bilewith us. Resolved, That the Hall be put in mourning for the space of thirty days, as a token of our regard for the deceased, and that his namo be entered upon the obituary record of the Division. liesoived, That these proceedings be published in the papers of the Borough. PKANCtS A. McDKKMAD. R. .«

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

t iSmyers, late of Huniington township, Adams county, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, residing in the same township, he hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same to present them properly authenticated for settlement. WM. B. SMYERS, Jldm'r. November 13, 1854. Gt

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

YOHK—F*: >iv i..st. Flour, per bbl..fro:n stores, SO fRi [)o. " fr<>;n wagons, ^ 8 <>& Wheat, per bu.>hul, 1-75 to 1 'j!> Uye, '• 1 10 Corn, '* ^ " 715 Oats, " - 45 Clr>ver>eed, " C 00 Timothy. " ' H • ' >• " > fill '1 :rt f J'jr 1 -?. :<-'rU>«. 7- ~ v> Shockixg Caupuek Accident. WQn Saturday evening week, in Allegheny city, Pa.^Mr. Hersb requested his son, a small lad, to hold-a lighted candle until he could till a lamp with cantphen oil—While complying with the request, the boy by oversight let the light come in contact with the fluid, which exploded immediately, burning the child who held the candle in such a manner that he expired a few hours after the occurrence. Two other children were severely burnt, as also were the parents while attempting to save their little ones.

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

Second-hand Carriages. VF KW ff"f>d serond-hand ('AURIACES ainr lHTGtJIES lo he. ha.I fnr Cash or C.M.n-ry 'Pro.hiCe, at C. W . JUXFKMA N'S C-r.M-U F.ictory. August I 1. \S11KS fur s^li 1 at the Cultv-bury; Sixain M.'i.

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

(J^jfl'irsl-rale Chewinp Tobacco always on hand—a rare article, which chewers are requested to irv. MARCUS SAMSON. November 13. 1851. if

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

A<l3iiiiii»tr:itor ? « Notice. . ACOB SMYERS'S ESTATE.—Letters of administration on the estate of Jacob

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Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

iFffimm -. TH. SKULTiY respectlnlly informs his e old custoiiiers and the .p.ublic jienenill.y, that he continues tho TJlUAllUNC ISUS1-J\'/JSS,ui his old stand, in South i'.iltiinoru street, where he will hi! happy to accoinmodaiti rill who may patronize hiu . i. All work en. trusted to his caru vvarrnntod to fit and he of most substantial make. Thankful (¦ >r ]i:i-,l favors, he solicts a Continuance of public patronajro. B(r "..>'"7'Ae 1S"i:w Yur/c Spring find Summer I' 'n-nliinns are received, (.'all and Bee them. ( Jettysbmg, May. 1, 185-1. (fljo Slintrlrnu's ,fnnl\ H0LLC77AY ? P -PILLS. Tu the Citizen* of the United Slates . ¦ I MOST humbly and sincerel y thank you for the, immense patroimgi! which you have bestowed upon my Pills. I take this opportunity of "station that my Ancestors were nil American Oiiizei s, and ' .hat I enteriiiin for :tll )hul concerns America and the Americans, the most lively-sympathies, so much so that I originnlly compouiuk'd these. P...

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 27 November 1854

Baltiniore"&"Snsquelianiia Railroad; (" tUANGE OF IIOURS;—Wny_ Passfinger, J Train le;ives CaWert Statioi) al 8,15 a m Arrives at York^at - Ham Accommodation 'J'rain leaves Culvert oStation iit , ¦ ' " - '. 4.25 p m Arrives at York at '7.-112 p m ExprebsTr.ii ii leaves Calvert Station at lu p m Arrives at York nt 12 p -m BKTt'UNING. Way PiiHppngpr Train will leave Ilarri.sburg at 1.15 p m Arrivini; ;it York at 2.4.") p.m Express Train leaves Harrisburg at 8.15 a w Arrivinij-,it Yorkiit 9.-J4 a m A. P. WINCHESTER, Super't. MarchSO, 1351. Hanoyer Branch Kail Road. VUASCII-: 0l<\[HOURS. ^STRAINS over the Hanover Ikanch road J_ now run ;is . follows : 1st Train will leave llanoverat 0-.15 A. M., with Passengers for York, Hiirrisburg, (, 'oltun-Ij-irf'-mid Philadelphia,-and return to Hanover with Passengers from Baltimore, at 12 M. This Train eminectVsiKo vvitii liie Kxprfss' -for Maltiiiiorc*, arriving there at 1 P. M., stojiping at (ilenruck, Parkton and Cockcysvil...

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