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Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

|^rv FAI !J IMi\K^ "/a n ¦ ' ' ¦ f^' ~ r^ a virw -"a^ -^- l g {Mj^MjssSfri Warehouse, 1 225 Market St., =*®fei'i^)U'ffe ¦ • ; i'tilLADEU'IU-C Railroad, Hay, Coal and Farmers' SCA LES, set in any part of the country, by experionced workmen, and at short node* s-April 10. 185i. •¦- 6m

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Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 18 September 1854

August ,M, 1851. ly ;; :;ADJ0UimEp count "B^rbTJJCJE is here by giveri that nn adjourned-JbV.Ooim of Common Pleas will lie h.-ld at Gettysburg, on 'Monday, the 2rf diijj nf October next, atU) o'clock, A.< !M., when and where all parties ? interested svre requested to he presenli:, 1 i.U :¦ . ..1QI1N S,UQTV. t Sheriff-.: Sheriffs Office, 1 0-Uyahnrg, ) August 28, iffSf. id J

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

ADDilESS OF TUB STATE CENTRAL COM^HI^EE. -So. 4. To the Penpfyrvf Pennsylvania .• Fki.lowtCitizexs —There have Leen antag-OTTrstical TirinciphJS^Tind an tngonisticalrparties in govurnni eotij, ffoni their, first institution to the present time The one, taking from the people all power of self-government, and inof lect denying tneir ngnc as well as their capacity to govern themselves. The other, claiming in the language of our Declaration of Independence, "that all uien ^are created equal: that they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights : thnt amongst these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That to'secure these rights.governments are institu-. ted among men, deriving their j ml powers from the consent of the governed,- that whenever any form ;of government.becomes destructive of these, ends; it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its ...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

Hfe^rA Eare, Chance for Capitalists !,©ar ¦¦ " ¦ . VJUjUAOLE HULLS AND FARMS AT PUBLIC SALE. THE subscribers, Executors of WILLIAM .LOUDO ' N, deceased, will offer al Public Sale, on the premises first namtfd, on Friday, the 29/A day of September next, die following Real KsUte of said deceased, viz: situate in Liberty township, Adams county, Pa., disjoining {rinds of Gregory P. Topper. Samuel ftlcNay, the Company Mills, and others, containing about76 ACHES of Land, having thereon ^ erected an entirely • ¦ ¦with two pair of Burrs and one pair oFCfionpi'ng—Stunes, with room—for-aneither pair of Burrs: The machinery is all of the moat approved kind, and the Mi'lV calculated to'do a large business, ' which, the' neighborhood affords. - A good SAW . MILL is attached. The improvements are, a,'Jarge Two-fcit'ury t—. —^ ' * r3"' Ill _ . ._ ' *'* IBRIC'K H0USI3, • •p^«[1 Frame Back,Building, Cooper Shop, S|j|ijgii,' LOG BARN, Wagon Shed, Corn Ciib., Stone Spring House, an excellent Wel...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

•Executor ' s IVilice. MARY MeOONNRLL'S ESTATE—Letters testamentary on the estate fF Mary McCo'nnell, ht* of (iettysbnrg, Adams co v decM., having been gnntpil to the undt> rsignrri, residing-in Tlton ' ntpleasant twp,!ie hereby gives notice to all persons ' indebtpd to s.iid estate to make immediate payment,and those havrng claims against the same to present them properly authenticated for settlement. - WM. 11, LOTT, Ex'r. Au<rust 21, 1851. Gt AtjAjiinislra<i*ix!s Hfoticc. HENRV CHAMBKRS'S KSTATJv—Letters of administration on the estueof Henry l^tiiiinhers; lnte pi^loMntpl«^5 r7i township, Adams county, decease'!, li;ivin>r Tm?rf granted to the tinder-igued, r«si'linj in tliK sajne township, she hereby gives notice m nil persons Vndpbted to s " lidVstntV to miKe iinniediafe payment, . and those having cl<n ' ins against the sdmeto present them properly authenticated for settlement. • — r t\-N-V-MARf-f*R&T-eHrVMfiERS; August 21, 185*....

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

A-LOT OF GROUND, AtPublic Sale. IN pursuance of an Order of the Orphan's Court of Adams- county, th« subscriber, Administrator of JOHN HOTH,. deceased, will offer at public sale, on the premises, on Saturday, /Ae'30//i day of September ner!, the following Real Estate of said deceased, viz 1 A fcOOEJW GRttUNip, containing 8 ACRBS7~lrrofe__or _ lt>ss, situate in Butler township, Adams conntyTiTi-Uie immediate vicinity of iMidillptown T adjointn<Kja,nds of Francis Knouse, William. IJrp.im, Henry Hartzell and others. A portion is in Timber. The improvements are a one and a half story Frame Dwelling, v&^k Frame Stable, whli Threshing Flo°njjjjfff attached, Log Shop, and oilier out- -if™* 1 buildings; an excellent Well of water ne;ir the duor, and a first rate young bearing Orchard. QCT" Arsons wishing ¦ to view the property are requested to call .upon the subscriber, residing in the saint; lown.ihip, or on Mrs. Itolh, residing on the lot. Sale to commence at 1...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

- Kicking Out! —We learn—froni-tlie^Fulton—StfrnoeraZ-thafe-^—Wiluam Lyox. Esq., late the Whig.candidate for President Judge of that Judicial District, made a speech at the Whig Meeting held iii. * Bedford on Tuesday eveniug. the 5th inst.. in which he declared that he would not support David F. Rouisox " . Esq., foTCongress. " Freemen of Pennsylvania, Bear in mind, that ev . ery vote-cast for James Pollock is a blow against the constitution, - which guarantees to all men the right to wor- . ship Almighty God according to the dictates of conscience! ' ' Voters of Pennsylvania! Remember, that James Pollock stands pledged to sanction any prohibitory liquor bill which the next legislature may see proper to pasST regardkss tlf if* ctnutiltt!ioiiaiiit/. lii.-i Irieuds duiu uot duuy: i-Li^ ! ——

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

TEEBS OF THE COMPILES 8S-g~7'A« (irpubficau Compiler is published every^Monday morning, by IIkxrv J. Stahle, at Sl ' ,75 1 per annum if .paid in advance.—§2,0(1 per annum if not paid in advance. No subscription discontinued, unless at the'option of Ih"o *publish er r antiVa 1 t~ af rearagfes are pautT"7" *Ai)Vbrtisbmbnts inserted at the usual rates. Job Work done, neatly, cheaply, and with dispatch.

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

and terms niaUe IuTow ~ rTby ' > JOEL B. D ANN Ell, WM. L, MuKKIO, Extcidors. ggf-lf the above Farms and Mills are,not sold on said day, they will be RENTED at public outcry, Tor one year. August 21, 1854. ts

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

Bfjg-Otticc on South Baltimore street, direct ]y opposite Wampler's Tinning Establishment one and a half squares froin the Court Ilouse.

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

1 r,imtiiiirgs to suit, for sa\p • •h»'.)p M April, 3. .GltAMMER'.S Sew Store

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

The Know Nothing Ticket. It ^ was stated in our iast that tho Know Nothings of the county had a Convention, in this place, on the 15th inst., for tho purpose, it was supposed, of nominating a ticket. TJie names of the candidates are, of course, not to be made known before the election, except to those who -have sworn fidelity to theoider. but it seems to have leaked out—at least so rumor has it—that Win. B. Wilson was set-Ued for the Legislature, George Myers for Commissioner* John Horncr for Director, Abel T. Wright for Auditor, Dr. W. R. Stewart for Coroner, Daniel Minnigh for Sheriff, Chnrles or KobertMartin for Prothonotary, Win. F. Walter for Register nnd Recorder, and J. J. IJaldwin for Clerk of the Courts. Five of these are on the regularly nominated Wljg ticket, but it is intimated that that i t is not enough, and hence the current report—which is not without shadow, if "tile flocking together of Wrds of a feather" means anything in these times—that the loaders of Wh...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

David F. Robison, Esq. This gentleman having proclaimed in a ~ pnblic speech in this place that he would not answer questions, propounded by "Locofocos," we presume it would-be iisel'ess"fo"r"iis to ~aslr him whether he does or does not belong to the order usually called Know Nothings. • We have reason to believe that Mr. Robison is not free of nil connection with Know Nothingism, and we would like to have his position on'that question authoritatively denned. We don't want Mr. Kobison' to get into Congress under false pretences. If he has joined the Know Nothings, or has whwpered into Know Nothing ears his approval of their proscriptive principles, for the purpose of getting tlieir votes,'the public ought to know it. It is not enough for him to say that his sentiments in regard to secret societies are known. His sentiments may have undergone a change.—lie may not trunk and teel now as he thought ana felt three months or even_ three weeks ago. At any rate, he either approves or...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

^ During Whig party, with bul^occiisional exceptions, has moved steadily forward, contenting itself'with a firm and constant denial of the base charges, and relying upon the honesty and judgment '-f an intelligent people ultimately to do them justice."— A'/ar.. ;SC7*'Tlm" Whig, leaders have always Ueon very profuse in "denials"—just as they now tlcny, in localities where it is deemed expedient by them to do so, their sympathy or connection with Know Nothingism—just as the editors of the Star deny the same change, when it is known that "at least one of them allowed himsell to btf'seen at regular Know Nothing meetings in this place," and took upon himself the obligations of that sworn society. To deny is with the demagogue an -easy matter—but to establish his denials in the face .of opposing rlACTS.-is a-ve/y.diflerent .thing. ., When Cain luid imbrued his hands in fraternal bloods he was asked " where is thy brother?" and he answered, "I know not!" yet he was none the less guiltx...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

Wood Wanted. Those of onr patrons who intend paying ihejr Subscription in \Vood, a»e requesteiLie vbring it along" as soon as they can- We »re out. '• . Democrats, . Are you Assessed? . If yon neglect this you may lose your vote. Let nothing prevent you from making iv personal application: to the Assessor ofyourborough or township, at least ten dayvheforc the election which is on the 10th of October, W«. B. JIeaLS is the Assessor for Gettysburg. Gov. Bigler. It is now certain that our distinguished standard bearer is almost restored to his ¦wonted health. He Will soon resume his campaigning labors, and with unabated vigor npain-wtll appearjis the earnest and stalwart advocate of democratic truths. From most reliable intelligence we are ^assured that the massive and powerful blows lie has been dealing upon the pie-bald crest of the opposition are producing the happiest results. Democratic Meeting. The Hanover Gazette announces that a meeting of the Democrats of York and Adams...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

[n7°The Democratic Standing Committee of Cumberland county has adopted a resolution to interrogate all the candidates on the Demo .--cratic ticket, as to whether any of them are Know Kothings. The Democracy of <lOId Mother Cumberland'' Will not. support any -candidate "who is in any way connected with that Order; (£7*TJie ' Democrats of the Fifth Congressional District, composed of Montgomery county, ¦and a few Wards of Philadelphia,, have nominated John Cadwaluder, Esq., of Philadelphia, ^as their candidate for Congress. C3r"The cholera at Columbia is abating. The cases in the hands of private physicians are generally doing well. The number—of -denihs hns been 120. H?*The Third Exhibition of the Hunterstown Classical Institute will take-place, on Thursday Evening. Oct. 5th, in the Church. The public are cordially invited to be present. . (C7*Mr. PEEar J. Tatk, of this Borough, took the premium at the recent Fair at Hagerstowft, in the carriage line. The article he exhi...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

and makes no comment at this signal defeat of an able an influential Whig member of Congress and stern opponent of the Nelmska bill. —I'hi/a. Jr/rus. _^_ Voters Remember, That the whole fabric of know-nothingism is built upon falsehood. Every member, in the first oath which he takes in the council, swears that he will lie upon all subjects connected with the order, when interrogated in relation thereto, even in courts of justice ! Death of Gkokgk Kremkr.—The Hon. George Kremer died in Union county-, Pa.#*bn the 11th instant, in the 80th year of his age. As a politican, Mr. Kremer was well known throughout tlie Union. He represented the UMon county (Pa.) district during JohnQuincy Adams' administration, and was reputed to be the author of the charge of bargain and sale against Mr. Clay. He was a man of strong native intellect, but somewhat eccentric at times. [C?"Yellow fever is said to be gradually increasing at Xew Oi leans, and the deaths in tho Charity Hospital average abou...

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

The Mountain in Labor! The absurd stories which hare been set afloat by the Whig press abont boxes of fire-ari^ being s«-nf to" Ehe Cnthofic cTefgymen all over the country, were revived in foil, force in our own Iioroi»gh last week. It appears that a bos came up from Pittsburg, by stage, directed to the Rev. Mr. O'Branegan. of Crossingville, to the care of ojie . pfoiir citizens, who knew nom«}re about it than the man in the moon ! Tho box was left at the Stage Office and it soon began to attract attention. Whig editors, and curious idlers, men and boys, gathered about it, read the inscription,. ' lifted the box. and evinced the greatest anxiety to have a peep at its contents. The editor of the Journal copied off the direction, and, it is said,' measured the mysterious looking box, evidently intending to make a large .amount of political capital out of the aliair. The excitement increased—men of all parties visited the ollice and took a squint at the bos. Many left doubtless ful...

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

Whon Native Americanism lifted its. head amid the surging waves of political excitement, who but the Whig party "took the * seent*and followed its trail, " to divide with it the spoils of officeJ?—and who but the Whig party, when Gen. Pierce was nominated for the Presidency, endeavored to stir up a fierce " religious antngonism,11 because the Constitution of New Hampshire,of which State he was a citizen, contained a religious prescriptive clause ? And now, all former expedients having failed to im¬ pose uponand deceive honest and peace-loving j citizens, the leaders of that party are, actively though secretly, engaged in fanning the flames of a more dangerous " religious- antagonism" than any the country has ever before witnessed. But—mark-it!—there is a threat contained in the paragraph above quoted—a threat that will prove as impotent as it is bold. Are men, free men, to have their feelings outraged and their-rjghts deniedi ~ audJhen be compelled to "kiss the .rod that smites ...

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

Commencement , The Commencement exercises of Pennsylvania Cotlege last week, we.-e UDUMually welt attended. President Riutflie^ delivered the Biiccataureate AMtva ooSablnth iimruinj;, in Christ's Church. On Toewhr cvaaing ' the- Tht-olojical Seminar;- exercises came off, Meaara. P. Bergjtrftwier. or Selinsgrore. Pa.; C. F. W. Unp V e t of Hamiretv\;^r m:mT . U. V.lteLy. of WaybesWo ', Pa.; awl Davhl " Swuj " .«,of (Jot .-trsbprp. delirering addre&iea. The .Uuioni were ad4rc*>«t by Rev. J. Oswald, of York. ' . On WcdneaUjr afternoon. Jt*?geTIei>Win*. «fCarE»l«. ad", droned tlie Lininnn Association; ami on WednMtfar i-renitijj John T. Morris, Esq.. rf-Cattiniwe , aJJi-esaurf t&e- -ttumnt of tbcColIege. "^ .• On Thurmlaj morning the C#tiMneoc6tnenJt eserai«e« ot tUeColfegetooIcplace, as follaws : Pra>-er_By Rev. C. F.Sehaeffer. D. ».. r,f Kaxtoa. p». Latin Aiiutatorr-rBy Adam Long. Reidjburv.. Pit. ' tJi-^lHti Sul utatorr—with "-Thuuglit Imuer...

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