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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

. | { . j i j [ 1 1 J j j ! j , ' 'i . Penusy^ama 73. J?y reference to thu Duclnt-atinn of rndopoudence it will be seen that nine Ilifprescnuitivi'S ; from Pennsylvania signed that document. How deeply their patriotic constituents of lhat : era were imbued with Know Nothiugisin may hp judged from * lhe fact that of those nine, four were not born in this country, viz:—aobert i .Morris, who was born in Kngland, .lanu'S Smith, and (Jcorge Taylor, who were hum in . Ireland, and James Wilson, who was horn-in Scotland. Of the remaining fi\e. at least two, Benjamin Franklin, and John . Morion, were children of foreign parents,.—so thirt six ont of the nine signers of the Declaration of Independence from this State did not possess the Know Nothing requirements, ami four of them were downright furefi^uers.' The people of IVnnsj'lvania at that time seem to have had none of the new-fangled, church burning "-Americanism-" whatever in their composition. What a pity the shining li g hts of Know...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

Already Tired of It! The great city of Philadelphia is now completely under the control of Know Nothingtsm —its policy is the policy of the Know Nothings " -and its credit and fame is in the keeping of that-pioscrirttive order. Its policernen—its* school teachers-^its street viewers—and all its executive and subordinate officers are of that stripe. Philadelphia is a miniature commonwealth, and if Wei wish to ascertain how Pennsylvania would flourish under their rule, we have only to look how the great consolidated city flourishes now ! The people of that city have already seen the evil eifects of choosing officers to posts of responsibility and trust upon, qualifications, which have nothing to do with astrict discharge of their duty. In their zeal to secure the services of "native born and protestantjajitizens," they failed to remember that men coniing up to that standard are not necessarily honcs.vand that an officer might possess both these " requisites," and be still igorant ...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

, ^ . \ ' ) ^ 1 , j , ( c ,Eavage8 of the Cholera. CoLOfiiiA. P,i..\Sgpt. 10.—The chorera h ^ia broken out here, atjijLraged with uniisnal verulcnce. No less thiii' i sixty deaths have occurred froni that fatnl mahidy since Friday morn-. ing last. It is still roging violently. Among the deaths were Dr. Cochran, one of the oldest physicians of tho pliice. ' '• - - • ''. PtiiLADKLi'iitA. Septi 10.—A despatch from. Columbia, Pa., signed D. Heir, says that there were over twenty deaths from cholera, in that city on Saturday. A committee of citizens were about staiting for Philadelphia to confer with our physicians. ... Coitx, Chop At t»k ; Wkst.—The Chicago Daily Tribune of Monday says ndvicm from the corn crop throughout the West and.South-, ate coining in more.favorable. In the western portion of Ohio, including . the Miami and Seioto bottoms, and all tho northwestern part of the State, the corn crop promises -well and will yield an average crop, la ' thc northern porlion of Indiana...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

"Religious Liberty. Tn the establishment of.religious liberty and equality by the. Puritans of New England, the Catholics of "Maryland * and the Quakers of Pennsylvania, the founders of ibis government, saw the permanent records of their final judg--mcnt-iipon-Uiat-question^--It-was- no longer with them a matter of experiment, but a matter of ascertained and dearly bought truth, that legislation respecting matters o,f religious belief Us essentially prejudicial to a Stale,, as well as unjust to its citizens. The policy thus adopted and universally sanctioned gave daily proof of its justice and expediency. Christianity once more drew, closer between men the bonds of good'WtII and charity. Men learned to tolerate, and not to control differences of opinion, and acting.in obedience to the precept "that whatsoever yo would have men do unto you, that do you also unto them," they became good citizens as well as Christians;. The ample experience of the past had convinced the whole peopl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

^Ijnictvjpactvi}. THE BELEAGUERED CITY. HV T (ivi:l.-i.'l , nw 1 JiWQ-reaiJa-saine-aUl-nmrYaUuuiL-tiJe, y»)me le^ouil sivunty aiul ,v;ipi«, Th:it ;\ niiilnislit lii^t of s|iert.-<H palo H«l<;;i!fiierv;l tlio w:>lls 'of I'myiio. Ili—i'lo tho MoMunV ru.shin. ' stream, Witli tin; wan mom) oYe")i*'.\d. TH,-re Ntudft :i.s in nx{ nwfuL dteaiu, Tlio army <vf the iload. ¦\Vli ite as n son fo<r, laiijw.iii! t>oun>l , Tin' sjirch-rtl dinip »'.i< t-(>.-!T. Atiil.- with a Mirniwfiil. ili'pp sn(in<l( Tin. ' rivi-r lluirui bufwvt-a. Ko other roiro or. honn<l,n-iui therc^. Xci drum nor sentry's ji.icc, * 'Tile mist-Iiko bannoiw cla>iM'tt tlii> air . As clouds with cl»u<K embrace. But vvlicn \he ratlio<tral holt Prnclatuiuil tlie * nu»rnii>'^ prftycr. Tin* while p.i\ illic»iw ru^c :ui'i lull On tlii^ alaruifii aif. Down the broad valley fu-t ami far Tin 1— triuiliU 1 '!—army jlu-l ;...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

The Sentiments_of "Washington. Gen. ' "Washington, in an-address to the Catholics of the United States, written in December, 1787; acknowledges their services, nnd testi lies to their devotion to the cause of American liberty, in tlie following language :. — "As mankind become-more liberal, they will be more apt to nllow that all those who conduct themselves as worthy members of the community areequally entitled to the protection of civil government. I hope ever to.see Ainer-©ajunyng the foremost nations in examples of justices aiul liberty, and I presume that your fellow citizens will not forget tho patriotic piirtwhich you took in tho accomplishment of Uieir revolution and the establishment of their government, or tho important assistance which they received from a nation in which the Roman Catholic religion i.s professed. „' ' • '•I . thank .you, gentlemen, for your kind conrein for me. While my life and my health shall continue, in whatever situation I may be, it shall he my. ...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

TERMS _ 0P THE .-COMPILER tPZPTke Itr-publican Compiler is published every Monday morning, by Henry J. StAiiui, at 81,75 per annum "i^paid in advance—$2,00 per annum if not paid in advance. No subscription discontinued, unless a), the ' option of the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. AdvkktijSKMKn-ts inserted at the usual rates. Jon _\Vojtc done,-neatly, cheaply, and with dispatch./- , ' ;, : S-iS-Offlcc on South Baltimore street, directly opposite "Wainpier's Tinning Establishment, one and a half squares from the Court House. ; f i .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

PEOCEEi)INGS — 7— orTHB DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONTENTION ' The Delegateg chosen b} r the Deinocrati of the sweral townships and boroughs of AdaiD3 county, met in Conv*-ntion, in the Court-bouse^ at Gftly«l)urg, on Monday, Sept11,1854, and organized by appointing E. W. Stahi^e Chairman, Joseph Woods and Ahhaiiam Kkise Vice PresidtJi£s,rand Dr. J. W. IIexdkix and II. J. Myeks Secretaries. 0 The Convention was composed of the following Delegates: . G'ettysljurg^-J. B- Darrner, Moses MoCIean. Berwick T.— Jacob Hull, Joseph Kcpner. Berwick B-Wm, Bittinger, Fred'k Wolf. Butler—John Eicholtz, Aarori*Wisler. j Cumberland— Geo. Bushman, John Slyder. ; Conowago—John Busbev, Sr., Joseph Burk' ee Franklin—Anthony Deardorff, E. W. Stable. 1 -freedom.—-Abraham Kriso, Andrew White, 1 Germany—Martin Steffy. Jacob Klunk. Huntington—Isaac K. Wier ' man, Peter Miller I Uainillpn—Jpst'ph Woods, Martin Getz. Hainiltonbaii— T. A. Marshall."DanTSiiyckTi Liberty—Joseph P. McDivif, Geo. H, Kri.se. Menal...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

A Bew Name .Ont is said, Iind no doubt with truth, tha the, Know Nothings now endeavor to get Dem/ erats into the ranks, by representing that it i not Know Nolhingism 'they would have then join, but the "Order of the Slar Spangled Ban j ner." We «ay to all. beware!—this i* tin I enme old trap, under a new name. Jt is Know Nothingism oat and out—but the lenders, find ing that their efforts to gull have not produced the results they expected and! desired, fee! themselves, in their-desperation. forced to mak< a new move, in order to client the honest and unsuspecting into their oatiwsound society Let our friends' in the country, as well as ir town, be on their guard against the old euo-| my, under its new name. The Democratic party needs no othor than its old time-honored name and organization, undbr which it must triumph or fall—but as Truth will ' prevail, so will it. Therefore let none allow themselves, to be carried aw«y by the new-fangled oa^h-bound* secret political ...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

Darsie Overboard . 0I7*The"^Whig^onventiQnrBerks-county 'on the i)th inst., passed resolutions endorsin] Pollock and Smyser, but Darsie was silenlL panned over ! This it> another indisputable evi dance of tho -existence of a BARGAIN betweci the present leaders of the Whig party and th< Know Nothings—and must be so considered unless satisfactorily explained by the Whij presses.*- Will our neighbors down street tn their hands at an explanation ? - !£7*rn our last, in commenting upon tfo Star' * denial that the'edttors of that paper be longed to the Know No ' things.-we stated that "judged by the company they keep, both are,' bijt the rule may not always hold good—am concluded by asking the. question, "how i came that one of the editors allowed himself t< be Been at Know Nothing meetings in thi; place?" - The question was a very direct am plain one, and demanded nothing more noi less than a plain answer. But what have w< in reply ? Whyvtbat it is a "co...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

The Democratic Ticket/ • - The Delegates chosen_by the Democrats of the several townships and boroughs of the cotinly, met in convention, ~at the Court-house, in this place, on Monday last; ngreeably to the call^cWig. Siandijig ^°»L m itltl?L?Iltl_Pl I)( ^ <L!I L nomination the ticket given under pur editorial head. That this ticket is an excellent one, we need not say, the candidates being generally and favorably known. Their names are a safe guarantee that if a majority of votes be given them, the duties of the offices for which they "have been, respectively, nominated, will be ably and honestly performed ; and, it may also be said, that they-form a ticket which will compare favorably with that reguhuly placed before the people by the opposition, or such as they may bring out through their new secret ally, or in any other shape. We challenge the comparison, confident that the result will be immeasurably on the sido of .the Democratic candidates. The Convention did not o...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

Later—The Cholera still raging ! Monday morning—& o'clock. The passengertraia from Columbia fejust in * bringing several additional familiesfi ying from the scourge. We have bad a visH Goiq a resident of Columbia, formerly oi iorK, who brings with him all that is left of his little fiknify. Ho reports the number of deaths^ u-p- to* Sunday night, to be 52—scarcely a single case-recovering. The number of ascertained deaths, up to. 8 o'clock, on Monday morning, wa^66«-among; whom he names the following: Dr. Richard E. Cochran, Joseph Strickler, Edward A. Howard, Robert Spratt, (despatcher») Francis Bradley, Mrs. John Shuma . m, Misa Fisher, (daughter of Henry Fisher,) Mrs; Win. Hippy, Mrs. Win. Dickey. Mrs. Clark, (wife of the_gatekeeper,) Mrs- ffm. Re e%; William. Wade;H. H.Xichty, innkeeper, and'higSs^^'' Mrs. Jaeob (Sritbb, . Mrs. Morgan Bays ' Dawitf Welsh, Mrs. Richards, (formerly of York,)Miss: Ann Harnler, Mrs. Robert Dick, Peter Remley, a clerk inC. Kaufman's store*...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

Pollock at Butler. When Pollock addressed the people at Butler, he was laughed at by the disinte'rested, and even his warmest friends hung their heads in shame. We have this information from a reliable source. One little circumstance occurred which shows the effect of his oratory upon the people. After he had concluded his dry know-nothing harangue, and his traveling committee,, the chairman of the whig state central committee, had let off a few of his stale jokes, Mr. Sullivan came forward to thank the audience for their attention. Upon the supposition that he was going to make a speech he was received with applause, and one sensible whig, who had been bored into a fever by the previous-.speakers. called_put aloud,'"Now, genUern_en, we shall hear something that we can sit and listen tn." -Complimentary,- this, to Judge Pollock and the whig chairman.— Dem. Union. ¦ A Family Blticned to Death. " —On Tuesday night the house of Mr. Baldwin, of MoriahTEssex county, N. Y., was burned...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

From the York Gazette of Tne«d»/ la»t. . • , Cholera ^ at Colombia. _- _^J_ Much excitement was caused in our borough on Saturday, by a report that Cholera had commenced its ravages in Columbia, (about 12 miles east of York, on .the Susquehanna river,) on the. previous day, andr that tho eases wero numerous and unusually virulent. Various reports readied us. during the day—but we indulged'the hope that they were greatly exaggerated by the panic which the visits of this horrible disease are so well, calculated to pro- ' duce. The evening train of cars, hovreverf brought full confirmation of the worst that had: been reported. Up to the time when the cars left Columbia on Saturday, (about 6 o'clock * P. M.,) there are said to have bsen more than forty cases, of which ntarlu all had resulted. tatalty f ¦ . fhe disease has been pronounced by the physicians of Columbia to be the Asiatic Cholera in its most malignant form. Some of the victims were seized suddenl y while walking in the ...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

The Progress . Of Gov. Bigler through the north has been one of . uninterrupted triumph. Everywhere he has been cordially received, and everywhere he has satisfied the people and made fast friends.—Open, bold and honest, he has no concealments, but "speaks, right on, and tells them things ' ," which, when uttered, carry conviction to every heart. There is nothing like candor in discussing question 1? before the tribunal ofthe people, and this virtue Gov. Bigler possesses in an eminent degree. This gives him a decided advantage over Pollock, who has no"principles to advocate, who is the mere tool of different and discordant factions, and who, in consequence, is afraid-to speak boldly for fear of offending the right, left, or centre, of his motley army.. We do not hesitate to say thfltt4f-w.e could have the two contending candidates together, face to face; before the assembled people of the state, the superiority of Gov. Bigler as a speaker and as the champion of sound, liberal an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

, - Democratic^state N-oniinatione. FOR GOVKBSOK., WILLIAM BIGLER, of CIcarfleid Co. FOftJODGEOFSUPttEMJECOOET, " JEREMIAH S.,BLACK, of Somerset Co. , • FOR CANAL-COMMISSION Btt, HENRY S. MOTT. of Pike Co. - CongrciSi WILSON BEILLY, of Franldin .county. Democratic Connty Ticket. .• '-'" • ' '. Assembly, MOSES McCLEAN, of .Gettysburg^ ( \immimrioner, „ • JOHN DUTTERA, of Union. Director of the Poor,' JOHN PFOUTZ. of Frrfnklin. . ' . Auditor, TH0S. A. MARSHALL, of Hamiltonban. Coroner.' Dr. J. W. HENDRIX, of Oxford , gp ¦ ' . Sheriff, . HENRY THOMAS, of Siraban. ., l J Tolhonnltify, ROBERT McCURDY. of Cumberland. Remitter and Recorder, WILLIAM F. WALTER, of Butler. , r/rrk nf the Courts, TArWD TITTOMCV nf HnmilirMi.

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

Temperance Convention Scene. Philadelphia. Sept. 12./_There was a rich scene in the . Tcmperan>i\. " Convention to-day. After nominating Smnuvi Hamilton as their candidate for Senator, a, protest was presented by one of the delegated/against the nomination, on the ground that,Vie-was unfaithful to his pledges—in other' words that he was still a paruker of anjtnt spirits. tH7"J'dg^r Brow.nson, .in accepting the "Hard 1 " nomination for Governor of New York, expresses himself in favor ofthe fugitive slave law arid the principles of the Nebraska bill and adds: " ' "Whether such sentiment? are now popular or not, 1 entertain ns-doubt that they will ultimately be approved by a great majority of the people of this State-. Error and fanaticism may triumph for a time, but reason will prevail in the. end." -2IZCol._B^ntgn:s wite die<l in JVAsbiofitoa city,od Suudiy niormag week.., '"'

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

PROCLAMATION. ~ "It"" : 1 ' -fTTHEREAS: in and by the Act of the YT General Assembly of this State, entitled, "Art^act to regulate ' the Oensrnl Elections of thi-< Commonwealth," enacted on the'3d ot July, 1839,-itJs enjoined on me lo give Public Notice of such Election to be heid, and to enumerate in such notice what officers are to be elected; I, JOHN SCOTT, Sheriff of the County of Adams, do, ' therefore, hereby give this Publir. notice to Hie Electors of the said Counly of Adams, iliat a . • — §»il^ E^raOT' will beheld in said Coun'y. on the Second Tuetiiay if October next {the 10/A.) in One sevoral Districts' composed of the following Townships, viz: . - In the First district, composed of the Borough of Gettysburg at>d the township ot Cumberland, at the Court-house in Gettysburg. "*'*'' ¦¦ In the Second district, composed of the toWnsli.ip of Germany, at the house now occupied by Levi Creps. in the town of Liiilea-~ town, in the township of Germany. , In the Thi...

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY AT PUBLIC SAK.E. THK subscriber, Assignee of ' THOMAS BITTLti, will offer at public sale., on the premises, on Saturday, the 30th day if September tint., the following Real Estate of said Assignor, viz: . _ ' ' : . a... p am., ~ of Patented Land, situate partly.in Germany township, Adams county, Pa., arid partly in CarYoll county, Md., 2 miles south of Ltttlfis-, town, on the Baltimore turnpike, adjoining lands of Philip Kohler, and others, couiainfng 15Q Acres, fnoro or less, : uf which -about 40 acres are covered with Wood, about 20 acres of good Meadow, arid the remainder arable land, in a good state bf cultivation. There are strong indications of the existence of COPPER and IRON ORES on this tract. There is also on the same a young thriving Orchard of choice Fruii Trees. The improvements consist of a Two-story Ro.ughcast . .-, ¦ ... ^ J5~*j Dwelling House, ;JRjl and KITCHEN, a new BANK BARN, a Spring House, with a neverfailing spring of water, and al...

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