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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

®l)e -Hqrablicah '' Compiler. ~ ffSTTYSBTTBG , PiL "~ MONDAY MORNING. SEPT. 25. 1854. Democratic State Nominations. FOB GOVKBXim, WI&LtAM BIGLER, of Clearfield Co. -- - FOB JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT, - - JEREMLAH S. BLACK, of Somerset Co. %OE CASAI- COMMISSIONER, HEX^Y S. MO ' TT, of Pike Co. Can»reu, 'WILSON REILLY, of Franklin cpunty Democratic County Ticket. i Jtstrmhly, MOSES M&LEAN. of Geiiysburc.

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

out? We are anxious to serve up for this piebald candidate one of the nicest political dishes he has ever tasted ; but before doing this we desire to.have him in a position to convict him of a most gross moral perjury. We have been told from Various quarters that the intention of Pollock is to deny this charge iu each county a few days before the election, so as to prevent the" possibility of getting the proof before the people. Against such.an attempt we caution our friends. Pollock has now been charged with this crime against the Constitution, more than six weeks. lie has had more than ample time to deny . it. Again we say to him, deny "the charge, if it is not true. We are aware that the Jules of the order permit a member to deny Ins membership and count it no falsehood. Still we say deny it—but do it in time to permit the evidcnce ' of the falsehood to be disseminated. An eleventh hour denial will not do. It will not satisfy the voters of this State.

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

Correspondence CaA3iBERsi5cno, Sept. 15,1854. Dear Sir—At a meeting of the Conferees of the Seventeenth Congressional District, con? veneel in tins place to-day, yoo were unanimously clrosen as the Democratic Candidate for Congress, in said District. It is a source of' pleasure Jojis personaIh/,tOL be,the medium of thns communicating to you the result of the Conference, and to assure you of our highest respect and esteem. . T. B. KENNEDY, . JOSEPH W. TATE, JAMESNILL. ¦ To WiifSOS Reilt.y, Esq. Chajibeushuug, .Sept. H5,1854. Gextuoien—Your polite note has been received, informing me, that at a meeting o^he Conferees of the Seventeenth Congressional District, convener! in this place to-da.y;_ I was nominated as the Democratic Candidate in said district for a seat iu Congress. I accept the nomination thus- kindly tendered, and t>hd"O -

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

The Nebraska Bill. Pending the discussion on the^bill to organize the Territories of Nebraska and l\aa>as, the North American was loud in denouncing the members of Congress who supported the bill, and predicted their political banishment, and equally emphatic in foretelling the public honors which awaited the memfiers whoopposed that 'measure. ' Among those . whoranged in opposition to the Nebraska bill, no man in Congress labored more zealousty to defeat it, and rendered more^flacient aid to ihe opposition than Joseph R. Chandler, the member from the Second District of Pennsylvania. He was the only member representing Philadelphia who ' voted against its passage, or opposed its progress through the House. Yet Mr. Chandler is unceremoniously thrust aside for another candidate, and not even honored with a vote in the Whig Convention for nomination, and the Nurth Jimtrican sheda no tear

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

'K7*Hon. Geouge-Darbtk, the opposition can- , didate for CanaL Commissioner, said- in the Senate last winter, that "I'enntyhania h ad an hnneit man in the pertott nf her Chief Executive ^ William Bigleb." Gideon J._ Ball, one of their ablest men in the House, and we know him as* a most honorable man,; once elected State Treasurer by the opposition, during the administration of Johnston, said last winter that tkGuo. Bigler wa$ one nf the purest and safest men-who ever filled the Gubernatorial Chair." The Whig press are striving/very bard to convict these men, as well as their own candidate for Governor, of uttering falsehoods.—Who will you believe ? ~ .

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

¦ Vnmminnoner, JOBS DUTTERA, of Union. .. Director of the Poor, JDHX PFOUTZ. of Franklin. Auditor, OlIOS. A, MARSHALL, of Hamiltonban Voranfr. Dr:i. W. HENDR1X, of Oxford. . : Sheriff, HENRY THOMAS , of Sraban. ProthoMlnry BOBERT McCURDY. of Cumberland. Register and P>order, TVILLIAM F. WALTER, of Builcr. : Clerk of the Cmtrtt, JACOB BUSHEY, of Hamilion.

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

[C7*Tuomas Bluciikb. Jwq.. requests vs- to withdraw his card, and state that he will not he« candidate foH?rothonotary at the coming election. Messrs. Lekper and Hall, who had announced themselves as candidates for the Sheriffalty, also request the withdrawal of their cards, and Jons C. Elms. Esq., a candidate for the Assembly, makes a similar. request. JamesRU33KI.L, Esq., also discontinues his announcement for Cleik of the Courts. These gentleman are therefore no longer candidates. IIt.W'm. Youxa, the Prohibition candidate for Assembly; has also withdrawn.

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

James Pollock a Know Nothing. Tho Philadelphia PennsyWaninn says : — There is. scarcely-a Democratic paper in the State that does, not'charge J a mks Pollock with being a member" of the Know-Nothing order. We have said we would give the most incontcstible proof of this allegation, if he would dare deny the charge, and have waited for some time for that denial. It has not yet been made. Tho leading Whig papers of this city have kept a studied silence on the subject. Why do they not speak

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

n^T'Russiii refuses propositions by Austria preparatory to opening negotiations for peace—and declares her determination to retire behind( Pruth, and there await the course of "events, ' whether .hostile or " peaccable. A special meeting of the Austrian Cabinet has decided that this refusal is not casus belli against -Russia,-"-consequently Austria wiH"*maintain w ht?rprcsent position, awaiting the result of the allied attack on Sebastopol. Ne"\v negotiations are hatching between Austria, Prussia and the German States "with the view to peace. [£7*The following is the pledge adopted by the Democratic County Convention, and, as will be seen, has received the signatures of all the candidates: ' To the Democratic Citizen* nf.idam* County, Pennsylvania .• The undersigned, upon his sacred honor, hereby declares that he has no connection whatever with the secret society commonly.called " Know Nothings." or " Sons of the Sires of 76," or " United Order of. the Star Spangled Banner." o...

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

" If after alLthat the Whig party has done to ward off this religious antagonism, it finds.itself deserted and betraytd by those fur whom it has endured so much—the day may come when it will be necessary to change its ground and array itself openly, fearlessly and firmly against those who array themselves against it! Should the day ever come, this fuult will nut lay-ftt-lbt^door-of-the-great-conservative—Whig party of the Republic."—Star. O*What has the "Whig party done to w,ard nff this rplipioi'g Antngnniain V ]j>t iis * «<*?.

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

[C7"WhfB Know Xothingism sUru-d in this region, a few Democrats suffered themselves to be co«xe<l into the concern, by being t<dd that it w*s not designed to affect the Democratic party—oh no '—or have any influence upon parties «s they stood. Wonder if, they don't see through the game by this time! Surely n<!<HKCJiu f:iil 'to see that Wwiggery " sticks out * {«* '" in «v«cy Kjmw Nothing move. The j^;^.w *'- . * \2«-ft*i<I©oe,twl if.ooti: VtAa^iarcuL Great Democratic Gathering 1 30,000 Freemen in the Field—Jl Glorious Sight ..' . fnrSweh-at Love' the. Oinftitulion. A tremendous assemblage of tlie Democratic Cinz'-ns of Philadelphia, took ^plnce, irt Independence Squnre, on Monday evening last, to celebrate ~ lhe anniversary of the adoption of the National Constitution. \Thc Square wan beautifully lighted up, and the banners and transparencies of thevarious ward processions contributed to. make the scene grand beyond descr iption. The meetin...

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

DCT^II. Thompson, detr.., was elected a councilman in Allegheny city, Pa., on Tuesday, over Gray, whig, and Derby, know-nothing. Xy^Tn the New York . Whig State Convention, last week, the Know; Nothings were largely ahead, and controlled everything. ' JC7"Tt is a curious circumstance that not a single representative in congress from Maine, who voted against the Nebraska bill, has been re-elected. ~~

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

Question fdr the Whigs. Let every whig, whose father, uncle, brother, or friend, was born in a foreign country, ask himself this, question before permitting himself to vote tin.- whigticket thnVfiflt: ••How can I vote for men who are sworn to disfranchise my fcilher, my uncle, my brother, and some of the best neighbors and dearest friends I have ? "

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

A Carpet of Ivory.—Amongst the cur iosities to be transmitted from India to the great exhibition in Paris next year, is a carpet of ivory. It is twenty feet long by six feel brond. and-made of long stripes of ivory, platted like matting. The price tixed upon u ^ XoOl*. Th«- first degree in tho Arts was conferred ttpoo tlifr members oTthe graduating class, and that of A. M. upon tho elws of ISM r to wit: L. J. idl; W.A. Cjotlouiaa; Rev. J. S.Crum6aufe'h;«eorg»Eyatcr; Wm.tt. Georgfc^ter.C.n.. Hersb; J. A. teCever ; B. Militant ; B.VJSba rretto; I. SprecW ; T. A. Stecker f A " . Travor and D. Win. Th» honorary degree of 0. D. " was c»nferr«l opou tb& Rev. D. F. Blttle, President of Boanoke- College-, Virginia. The innsfc, fornii'lied by a corps of amateur, musician*, trader the direction arxl leadership of Prof. U. Kehlman, was not tlie least interesting feature of the exercises, ani elicited hcartr jinl general applause. Mr. D. has few equals. The proposition to remove-t...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

myself to use all fair and honorable- means to secure a ratification of your choice at the ballot bos. Respectfully Your Ob't Servant, WILSON RKILLY. To T. B. Kkx.vkwy, Esq., Joseph \V. Tate, Esq. and James NiiX, Esq.

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Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

One.Register & Recorder ; One Clerk of the Courts ; J One Commissioner; One.County Auditor: One Director of the Poor; and One Coroner. Particular attention h directm! to tho Ant of Assembly, passed the 27U> day of Febrti-;iry, IBID, entitled "An »<u relative to voting itt elt!ctio(i(i in Adams, Dmiphiu, York. Luncastcr, Cumberland, Urtdlurd, Centre, (ireeue, und Erie, viy.: - , - '•Si'rtioii 1. Ilo It Bini"to.l 1>y, the PocmW kxA ttnnne of itcprosunUitivoH of tlto Ooinnionwexltli uf 1'cniiKvlvmilii In Gpuural Airfivubly unit, .ml it it In'.n-liy enacted iiy tin' nuthorit . v of tliu H'lntc —tli.it It uliill bo l.uvful fur tlm qunlUlBil votcrx of (hi) countluri of A'liiniH, IjnucaMtor, l>tiiipliiu, Vork, FrniiUliu, Ouail/orlan I, lirmlfool. Conlro, Oreciiu. nii<i Krlo, fro111 :unl .ifto. - tho )»tmagc uf tliiif act. tu v«t« for nil cumlidateH fur UiK viinuu.s iilllcera U> be tllleit nt any elwtioii cm uiioHllpur tickot: Vrovldcl. Tl...

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Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

which shall have been given for each candidate for the different officrs then and tfiere voted for at thfir resppctive districts, shall niret on the third day after the election, which shall he on Friday, the 13/A of October aforesaid, ;it the ,Court-house, in the Borough of Gettysburg, then and there to make a fair statement and certificate of the number of votes, which shall have been ffiven ai the diiferent districts in line county of Adam* for nuy person or per« sons For the offices aforesaid. JOHN SCOTT, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Gettysburg,. ) ; Sept. 18, 1854, * ta .) , ASSEMBLY. , Tu theVotenitf' Ada mi county ' ^ rt^H K undsrsiirned, at the earnest solicitation JL of many friends., has ,coo8en. ted.Jo be a cflndidate lo ' r ASSEMBLY, at the next election. Should the Freemen of Adams county honor rite with their confidence,.irshall be my aim 10 jwrve them honestly, faithfully and to the best of.my ability. . ; , :. ' , rt^ VVM. 11. WILSON—Menallen twp., Sept A, 1854. $ ...

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Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

sH. jfisiiffyjftjKre ^ . • -; THK uiider*'iirned,encour.irred by the Roiioitntions of uuinernu<i friends.' auiioiinces liimxelf as a candidate for tbt> ofrire ' of SHKKIFF at the next election, and respectfully asks the support of his fellow citizens. If elecieil, 1 shall endeavor in discharge tha duties of the office with fidelity aud impartiality. ISAAC NKELY. Freedom township, Dec.2f», 1853. To the Voters of Adams couniu. . ¦ FBLI.OW.CmZKNS:—At the Holicila-- iron of 11 nmereui friends, I ofier iuV8ilf to your consideration as a candidate lor, the office of &HKRIFF, at the next election. Should I be elected, it will be my aim to acknowledge the favor by endeavoring to- dincharye the duiiea of the office promptly and with fidelity. HBNRY THO.MAS. Strahau township, Dec. 19,1853. FELLOW CrriZKNS:—Attbe request of many Iriuuda 1 again offer mvself aa a candidate for tht* next SHKRIFFAhTY of Adams county, and pledge myself, if elected, to discharger the dut...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

n^7"The yellow fever increasing in violence at Savannah and Charleston, and at Augusta, to an exieul unparalleled in the history of those cities. Surpmjs \V iiBAT in Ikuiaxa—A correspondent of the Oswego Times, writing " from Laport. Indiana, says that from 6,000 to 7,000 bushels of wheat per day are being"received at that place, and that there cannot be less than $1,000,000 worth of surplus grain marketed in that county during the present season, - Valuable Crop o*1 Potatoes.—The West Chester Republican states that Joshua N. Pierce, of Ncwlin township, has raised this season 500 bushels of splendid Mercer potatoes from two acres of ground. ,. A profitable crop, at present prices. \ j Paper from Straw and Corn Stalks.—A mill has been started atSkaneatales, N. Y., for the manufacture of coarse^paper from straw aud corn stalks, according to the new process. One Thousand Lives Lost !—The clipper bark Mermaid, arrived at San Francisco from Hong Kong, brought news that two ships bo...

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 25 September 1854

YORK—FniDir Last. Flour, per bbl.,from stores, $9 .25 Do. " from wagons, 8 50 Whcait, per bushel, 1 80 to 1 90 Rye, ;, . ". 1 05 Corn, ' . " 85 Oats, " 45 Cloverseed, " . - 6 50 Timothy. " 3 oo Plaster of Paris, per ton, 7 50 PROTIlO3n»T4KY. Tn the Voters of Adams county ; ; TflHK undersigned is a candidate for the X officeof PROTH.ONQTARY.and solicits the support of his fellow citizens. Should lie be elected, he promises his best efforts to discharge the duties of the office in a satisfactory wanner. ROBERT McCURL> Y. Cumberland tp., Sent. 25, 1834. Executor's Notice. DAVID G MUST'S ESTATK.—Letters testamentary , on. the estate of David driest, late of Latimore township, Adamscn., dee'd., having been granted tuthe undersigned, residing in the same township, be hereby give ' s notice to all persons indebted lo s.rtd estate to . make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same to present them 1 properly authenticated for settlement. ? JOEL GRIKST, £*V. ...

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