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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

$L\)t Ucpul?]kaii <£amjriler< frBTTYflBP&fr, PA. MOSJUY ijtMxiSG, 1'fig. M, 1855. fJv'-Eiefisril poii'ledick." the story on our first page, will be found imc of the most enttrtiiining that, has "gone the rounds''/p* tunny-»-day. Its iffect uiUKt cvrtainU* lie for good. 33*Gfn. Cass still remind hi* wonted vigor i ami clcsiiittw, as will he seen by a report of a i j fcceni jiiHtclj made ly him in thcU. S. Senate, < to be found in another column. Such speeches cannot ' but ••tell !" —|Uiu«iAP-WEKmi&J?osiED>u.uj^=jriic RaiUi load Mcfiing, called for the 22d inst., hu* been : jKwtpojicd to the Oth of March , at which time i it ist-specttd that Mr. Stkvkxs will be present / end address the meeting. i Postponed.—The distribution of the "Cosinopolitan Art Association," has been post prmed"tD~tto^thTOfifebTmrry; — _ • 57*Do«'t forget the Jllpint Keclure» of Rev. Dr. Morris, in Christ's Church, on Wednesday nud Thursday evenings next. Doors o...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

_3I7 > Hoii. Lyma.v Trumbum- has been elected United States Senator from Illinois, in place of lien. Shields. He is an anti-Nebraska Democrat, and was elected to Congress last "fall, lien. Siuklds has been announced as the Democratic candidate for Congress in Tuuasuull's district. £C7*A man has been arrested in one of the upper wards of Philadelphia, supposed to be Kaiser, charged with being an accessory of the Skupinskis in the murder of the boy Lehman, at JtCichuiond, a few .years ago. Steps have been taken to ascertain whether the suspicion is correct. 2*ew Yokk, Feb. 14th—The steamer Northern Light arrived here this evening shortly before six o'clock, with about 200 passengers and FOUR UUSUBED AND EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS in gold. ,(C7*Tbe rumored assassination of Santa Anna is not credited. It is, probably, premature. But it way foreshadow an event likely enough to happen, upon the overthrow of his power in thu Soulh. Advices of rvcunt daic from Mexico show that his...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

The Railroad. The Stockhoidere of the Gettysburg fiailroad Company *ne roquestcd to meet at the Courtbouse, on the fith da}' of March next, to consider certain propositions.made . for-the construction of the work, by Mr. O'Beuxt, of IU-ading. It is not our purpose now to advocate this or that plan proposed, but " to call tbe attention of oil interested (nnd who is not ?) to the importance of attending this meeting. Much, very much, will depend upon its action. It may be that ujkhi the decision which will then he-had, will depend the early commence¬ ment or abandonment Tor years of the project —a project th»n which none of greater moment has.ever commended itself to tbe earnest, ac"tife and literal support of our citizens. YVo will not repent, for lfi<? fiftieth time, the innumerable advantages which might reasonably be expected to flow from the construction of a Railroad to this place. They are by this time '•familiar as household words," and repetition would be adding on...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

A.ppointments by the Governor. Governor Pollock liar, made the follow ing appointments for tho city ol Philadelphia. &c: Harbor MaRttr ftt. Philadelphia—Georgo R. Grnhnm, Philadelphia. Senler tif Weights- and Measures, >nte city of Philaik-lphia—Abraham Myers, Philadelphia. Bi»r)c-Inspector, Philadelphia—William D. Baker, Philadelphia. L»7,nreito Physician—Dr. Henry Pleasants, Pfiiladclpbia. Port Phybi'cian—D. Howard Taylor, Chester county. . ' Quarantine Master—Jaoob Pepp«r, I3«la\vare cwnlv. Health Officer—J. \V. T. McAllister, Pliiladulphta. Master Warden - Joseph B. Ilearncd, Philadelphia. <" Keeper of Powiier Mogaainer—Anilrew M'- Leiin, Philnde!{)ih\iV. - . 1*1 our Inspector—Itev. Su-phenMiller, Dauphin county. Whiskey Iiinpector—John W. Cowell,Buct;s comiiy. Whiskey Inspector—J->lin II. Seltzer. Berks county. ' ' » Cr;tin Measurer—Thos. E. Pollock, Philnda. Bui ter niul Lard Ins ector—Gtor^e Metaguy, Pliiliidulphirt. Lumber Inspector—John i. A...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

; Pennsylvania United States 8enator. ' ilAafiwbviui, Fsb. 12.—There is much cau-~C4ining in private circles ngaint Mr- Cnrneron's election to the U. S- Senate. . Much bitterness is evinced by some of the Ktiow-Nothjngs who bolted the caucus. .Amongst lho.se who evince the most determined hostility are Messrs. Frnnklin, Witmcr, Hcrr and Bull, of tho Hou«e, and Ficnniken. Tnggnrt and Jordan, of the Senate. Whether ihe ojtpot.itiuu wilJ nrn»Uf>t to Biiylhin^' is exciedin<:Vy doubtful. furlh ' i-T than t(i diMiigauisi>, dis'iaci :m<l weaken the Know Nothing organization. Those who. voted for CutTieion in caucus will stick to birn. besides whom he has some few friends who support him warmly. The Democratic Know-Nothings threaten jo desert "Sam" in a holy if the bv/Hers prove recreant. There is an effort making to concentrate the opposition'to Mr, Cameron on a new man: Hon. Henry M. Fuller, of Luzeine, is spoken of as likely to command the united vote of t...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

[from tho Ueport of 1). \i\\U. Es^.rCo. SupH.] SCHOOLS. Nnmber of Jistrictsin A<lauui county, 'il WIkiIb number of srhonln, • VH Nnmbcr y«t rpi|niru<l, t> Av«*tugc uumlivr of imnitln taught , 4m.!iSii. TKACIIKR3. Nunibwr of innle \ea<~bors, J.'?2 Nuinbsr of t'vumk- ti"iii:lH v r*, -11 Avftriigesularies of mules por month, - 817 ti" Average Kalarien of feiu:ilos per niunth, 10 09 S>C1IOI,A118. N'niiiber of malt K<:lii>l«ri4. 4.01fi Nuuilwi' of fehiale scl>o).ir» f ^ , 251) Number l»*.U"nlirg ( Jorinun, Avorago number i>f whulamutttndinKiiohool, 4G CuBt ol'te.ichin/ L'ticti Kcholnr p«r ino'itli, 4"e. ¦ HElIKll'r.i . Amount.of tax lcviwl fui-scliMol jmr(i««en, 812.011S 5S Do do building jiurjioaes, 4.')S ini Total ninount levied, 12..V2T 24 Rpei>iM«l CrumStite !\)>],n>pti;»tiun, 2.1U1 '.\t from rof lectors of .ichmil tax. 10,UU] 44 EXI'KXDITUKfSS. Cn<t of iiwtriictlon, SH/2-0 25 Kunl iintl ...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

The Westminster Review. The January number of 7'Ae ff'rttmirufer Review has been, received. The articles, in this number are on the following subjects: The Anglo-French Alliaifce ; .Ballads of tl-o Peop le^ Prussiit nnd Prussian Policy: The IVitixonraiib—a Glimpse of Saxon History ; Poland—Her Histoiy and Prospects: Cambridge University. Reform ; Austria in the Principalities: and CoiAt^mporary_Literatn)-e. Messrs. Lkoxard Scott & Co.. No. 79 Fulton street,New York, publishers of these American reprints, ofl'er the four Reviews and Bl.irkwood's Magazine at $10 : nnd when four copies are sent to one address they are furnished at £150. The postage on all is eighty cents; Blackwood's Magazine. WftckuwtuPs Eilinhtirg Magazine for January is also on our table. Its contents are: The Conduct of the War—Civilization : The Census, Education—Zaidee: a Romance, part Tf.—Rural Economy of Great Britain and [reland—Mr. Thackeray and hiH Novels—Peace nnd Patriotism : n letter to Irenj&...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

"The Four Points." This is quite a familiar phrase .in our Foreign news, as much so, almost, as the four csrdinul points of the compass, and yet many are unable to define it. Tho four points are. first, tlie free navigation of tho Danube: second, the fife navig ation by all the live powers (Russia, Turkey, Knglnnd, France nud Austria.) of the Black Sea ; third, the abolition of the Russian protectorate of the principalities : aiul fourth, the abandonment of Russia of her assumed rig ht to protect Greek Christians in Turkey. Haiu> to Svtisj. 1 y.—Heretofore the complaint most prevalent among ice-dealers has been that the ice was too thin, and a scarcity would ensue. This year we notice that in |iost«n the ice is-spoken of as provokingly thick. On many of the ponds it is said to l>c a foot aiul a half thick. ' "¦The ice crops are nearly harvested. Xy ^Tlip I'iiisfourji A'lHTicnn Ravs ilr.it tlm r tu.-tt in L;nv rtTn-i- and Arnmiroi:<; fuiiiilii'.s, I'.i., i&am...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

The STATRTiiF.AsrRRH Aruestkd!—A Goop j ok.k.—On Monday morning last an affair occurietl in the Rai\rtiaii rrvrs. while stopping at I' otthtown, which is entirely too good to be lost. It appears that a short time since, a person who lodged there over night h;ul carried away wi' .h him a valuable gold watch, the property of another. On tho morning above named, as the passenger train was passing through the town, a pet-MMi answering the descrip tion of the culprit was discovered sitting in one of the cars by that iniK-fatigaMe otliccr M. B. Missi iiiit. Jle thereupon immediately arrested him. The gentleman remonstrated, but in vain.— He was trtkev. to one of the hotels, where a si-arch was about being instituted, when some one happening to drop in. recognized in the supposed thief. our ~ »iriWy shixen Slute Treasurer. Mr. Slifor ! It is needless to say, ih-itthe officer wa> piofn»c in cxplanniions and npi>lo-¦ r ie>. wliich Mr. S. took in gno'i part, an.i cons...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

More New Counterfeits. We extract from f?»V«ie//*s Reporter, the following list of new counterfeits : Bank »f Chester (' tainty. West Chester/Pa. 20's, alteved from 5's?"" Yignette. milk'tnnitl, farm house, cattk, &c. On either eitd a medallion head. Mirfknnts 1 Bttnk, Lynchbtrrj;, Va. 5's, Kpuridtis. Vignette, two female figures, child, shipping. <io. Sliip on right einf. iMilk -snaid «n left end. WclL'a.ood. . Banks A Co.. engravers. These noies have been ivJteieil to all the " .Merchants' Banks" m the United .States. Jinnk of Ciiinmfrcc, Baltimore. 5's, spurious. YistwHte. female nml shield—over the istU'r tli-e words Agiicuijare find Commcvcfe. Fcmate on rig ht and snifor on left end- Impression dark. These notes liar* lieen wltt-red io "VJank of Comment;, j'hilaili'lphia, "' 'Bank of t'unmierce. New York," :tml probaMy nil institutions of this title in tW fiuted States. Farmer, ^ $~ Mechanics '' Bnn h* Phi'Indel phia. i> ' s, spuriiviis. Vi^r wue, Petm...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Heart-Rendiivg Calamity. TrTKRB ClttLHTCKN' 1>F A WlIX;W Bl'RNT Tf> Dkath.—Oi> Wcdiw!«ii»y mglit. one of t!\e daughiers of widow Tardif. residing with her six children in a small house at Cape Blanc, on the Cove road, went to the garret in search of something, wiieu .a._sparfc~fv!l from her caixlle nml Tgnittnl a nnanthy of oakiim- IT'Tng ot> thefloor. The inothor and oire of the chiliTren, »grd eleven years, threw themselves upon the flames to sniotber them, but ii>. vain, ami ihe entire garret was soon in otic binze. Seeing no means of extinguishing tlw ennflagmtion, and thinking they were alt doomed to-(lie, tho frantic mother seized her infant from Mm; cra¬ dle, ami, hugging it in her arms- , fct herself and child fall on the floor ' together. The daughter nged eleven enibraced one ofjioryoung sistersr und at once foltovvefi the mother's example. Providentially at the same moment a younger child, aged only 3 years, rushed" out and nlanncd t...

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Kuow NothLag" Inconsistency. To show tlie hypocrisy and inc"r*4isteney of the pretens,i<ms of the Ivnow Nothing party, nothing more is necessary than, to take"~ ahy one of the articles of their creed, and constrast it with their conduct. Take, for itvstance, the following, which we find in tlte Know Nothing and JJntencan Crusader, published ia Boston, Massachusetts: "Firm opposmox to the roLrrrcs of bexi-GIOX AND THB KELKJIOX OF POLITICS. " The parly professing to staml on that platform, has elected upwards of sixty preachers to tbe Legislature of tbe little Stale m which the L'mxader is published. In our own State, tbe editor of the organ of that pai-ty—their most prominent candidate for the United States Si-nale— the renegade Democrat elected to Congress from this district—a dozen or more of tho members of our Legislature—all, or nearly all, the canting bigots who, for months past, have been wandering through the country, organizing know-nothing lodges—and a larg,e port...

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Conference of the United Brethren Church: The Pennsylvania Annual Conference, of the United Brethren in Christ, met in Chambersburg, Franklin co.. Pa., on the 19th of January. —Bishop J. J. Glossbrenner, presided, assisted by Hcv. J. Erb. The following are the appointments 'made for the coming year: York District.—Rev. J. Erb, Presiding Elder. Baltimore. Station, Rev. S. Enterline: York Station, Rev. NY. B. Raber : Philadelphia Station, Rev. J. P. Bishop: York Circuit. Rev'ds. J. Clineand J. W. Bird ; Liillestown-Circiit, Rev. S- Ij- Minnidv : .letlerson CiriMiit, F. Grim ; Manchester Circuit, Rev. II. W. Rehok ; BuUimore Mission, Uev. XV. Altman; Lisburn Mission, l£cT:-T. CJrider : Agent for Philadelphia, Rev. J. S. Kessler; York Springs Circuit, Rev. W. llumbevger. Chiintbenhurtr District.—Rev. J. Dickson, Presiding Elder. Cbnmbershurg Station, Rev. Z. A. Colestock Shopps Station, Ri:v. W. Wagner : Oreencastle Circuit, Rev'ds. J. S. Wents and J. Weidler; Rock Spring Circuit, R...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

(HT'The present Whig and Know Nothing Legislature nppear determined to mnke the most of their present chance at the Suite Treasury. A bill is pending in that body to increase the salary of members from S3 per day to §500 for the session, and 10 cents per mile for every mile traveled to and from the seat of government; Under the old per diem al« lowance, (even a four month's session) the pay of each member did not reach S400. [£7*Mr. Pratt, a Whig Know Nothing, hns been elected Stnte Senator in Philadelphia county,.to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Mr. Foulkrod, by about 2,000 majority over J. Murry Rush, tbe Democratic candidate. Pratt was, uf course, supported by the Whigs and Know Nothings. Mayor Conrad\s police were on the ground. stenJing Democratic tickets, making those who would drink ' drm»k-, und intimidating poor voters. Know Nothingi<-ru will have u»any election outrages to answer for.

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

Legislative. On the loth inst., " the House passed flnatly Ihe bill extending ' the jurisdiction of the Courts in cases of divorce. - The Judiciary Committee of the House have reported adversely upon tho bill to authorize parties to contract for the payment of a greater rate of interest than six per cent. The Speaker of the .Senate, on WethiesfJnr, announced that he had appointed Messrs. Joidon, McClintock. and Browne the committee on the joint resolution adopted the di\y previous, to inquire into the rumors of corruption, 4c relative to the election of a U- S. Senator. Messrs. Eyster, Thompson and Sallade, were appointed on tbe part of the House. The House passed finally the act in relation to & bowling saloon at Caledonia Springs, and the act permitting Josinh 6. Oyter to peddle in Adams county.

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

We saw it stated a K-w days ago*, that tha-Rev. M<x>iiK. who had- been, nominated by the-Know-Nothings tsf New IJan?p»hire-, as their candidate for OJovernor rand who was ineligible r not having reside<l ia the State the requisite length-of time, is dead. We-may well ask if such a result is not cnotx55.lv to- cause men tostop in their inad ciieer ? 'I'laa-Revenend gentlemanforgetting his dlrrty Be» th<U .religiom wbrd^ he pi-eaclx'di—forg. eUiiigW&iktfjrtO'thai God wlv>se doctvincs be professed] to< taachv stepped fro«i> the pulptr to-th«-political!rostrurn,-and sought to obtstin a civil- oilxv Uirough: th«- means oC a secrut organiaat' .oiv. Who cara doubt tbe ar»xiety of such a-nwin-'a mind:? It was doubtless- evmi greater thaa would have; been- that oC an ordinary politiciaru And tlwrn,. after halving worked s<> hard for it a-nd obtaime<l tlve nwniivaiioifc. to- find life could not serve,, poor hii'...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

(J^What a purifying thing Know Nothingisin must be. The "ennnylvanian. sny.s : "The proceedings of tbe Know-Nothing Lodges have always been open to us, because there aie hundreds in the orgnmY.ation who only liecatnc members, in order In get the secrets, nnd then dispose of them at such prices as they could obtain. In fact, the secrets of mnnv of the Lodges have been a drug in the market, and can now be purchased at as low a price as lion dollars a Lodge !" And yet the<e very purchasable feUovvs ^ are no doubt lo:id«-.«i in prating about the ''corruption c»l the oil jurties J" Truly, the developments at ' Know Nothinjrtsiu hi<cowc in.ire and mo-e sickening. X3* I'he agricultural bureau of the p.itriu office lias just received fiim the tVipc of i'it,'nl Uu\\>-. l.j- tlic Jap.ii) ex;>e<lilion. <]u mli-^i*> . «.l " «-«i m ul' siir}«»-,»ni,. 'iim?!(, ,>• «>M^ <^ '-1-1 •!!• ¦• ¦ •:. ¦ ii..':biiiivii

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

"In reply to the inquiries of our neighbor of the 'Compiler/ we mention that we are not ' ¦booked up' as to the strength of 'Old Line .Whiggcry' in tlie Legislature —no demonstration having been made to indicate its w.afcneas, ns has been done by the 'Deiuocracy.' "—Jiilams Sentinel. As we expected, onr neighbor is not "booked up"—of course, not' . Whiggury, '>/ itself, in the Legislature, seems to be in a predicament akin to that of the old horse, who was "ho weak to draw hie last breath. . Haurisbcro, Feb. 13.—A Whig caucus, composed of eight members, was held last jiight, and Mr. Williams nominated for U. S. Senator. The caucus assembled only because the Know Nothing nominee was not a Whig Know Nothing.

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

(C7*Tuesday last wos one of the "big days" in Harrisburg—being the occasion on which a U. S. Senator was to have been chosen in place of Mr. Coopkk. The Know Nothings bud nominated Camkhon, but the opposition to him was strong enough to postpone the election after the second ballot, which was ns foilwwR : Cameron 69, Bnckalew 27, Wihnot 11, Willinms 8, Veech 8, Jones 7, scattering H. Mr. McClban voted for Mr. Buckalew, the Democratic nominee, as did all the other regular Democrats.. .Dr. MfcixmaKit did not vote, although he had attended the Know Nothing caucus.

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 19 February 1855

•is in this: and ibis is the ~ 'Jinn upp-iiilton" of know nothingisin "In the reli^i'/n " f pitliJics and lf,e pii.'itics of religion.' " Take any other pl*ivk-Hv-t-heir-]^«foww-aauLcQ iu^u;ejjiuir_ae^_ tioiis with it, and their hypoeiisy will be 33 apparent as il i^ m ibis.—'V/u/.m i)>.iiu>csai . ' . " 3T\\ Clock isoiVexhiOitiou in New O.-lpans w'licU. it is - ~ -vid, te!l< tlvi time in L'>;i-li>u, I'.iris, Xl-w York, New Orleans,' Mexico and .S:in Fi-iiHCi!-cr». Tr • >; au-'aa;es maileof u-d Hannel. boo tjacks, and lue huvl <jh.ii icr.-» of ;i uighuu.ire. arc good fin-—lho3e \\iu«li!»C V-iu. Uiit uc never iii<l tan-< S V nn " -' .V r.,1c 1 :>'.' -i r ' .i - . . ! : \. ,,, .i.,j,]e ? - I'.. . .--. j-.a-:-...t.u ..x fail ofima. '

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