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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

TEEMS OF THE COMPILER tg&'The Republican Compiler is published every Monday morning, by Eenky J. Stable, at SL.75 per annum if paid in advance—$2,00 per annum if not paid in advance. No subscription discontinued, unless at the option of the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. Job Work done, neatly, cheaply, and with dispatch. jSgrOffice on.South Baltimore street, directly opposite Wampler's Tinning Establishment one and a half-squares from the Court Bouse.

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Fancy Articles ^ —To see . a. fine collection of Fancy "ariiclos", at very reduced prices, go to Fahiiestocks 1 , where you can select from a large assortment, including Sewing Birds, Port Monaies, Cabas,Fans, French worked, Sw|fs, Cambrk:, Honotonand Bohinett Collars,-Topand vSide-CofnbB-&c.^&<%, all of which can be purchased at ihe lowest rates at the^n oi the RED FROST.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

CCT'Saw-Dust Pills would effectually care many of the diseascs^witri-which.mankind are afflicted, if every individual would make £ib own saw-dust.

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

CC7"A theatre, to cost §300,000, is to be milt in Philadelphia.

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

LOOKING GLASSES—all size?and pri ces—at . SC HICK'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Know ffothlngr Secrets. The PhiladelphiaPennsyhaniah,somewee]is ago, predicted that the Know Notbingswould 1 change their name, passwords and grips—those .first used by them having been exposed, —and* sure enough, the thing is being done. That paper says: The new name is "UNTTETJ ORDER OP THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER." Their eathSr principles and nbjeclsarestiftcontinuedL the satne._a_<i. Jaxrs Pollock fe stilt considered as having taken, the two degrees in this: order under the S?wajianie > _ana' as such received" on Friday _i £frt, the 25th of August,, at the lodge or council in Northumberland, where he lives, 52 rotes out of 56 polled, i votes feeing giicea fer Bradford. : Ihe pKoceedings i» this lodge are somewha* eunous. It is composed o£ about ene hundred: J5. e . »!b j![?' amongstJW._oui_are,_ a. -few-Demo--erats, who-.ha.ve bee» gul&d into the belief, that both, the old political parties were to beset aside by this-order. When, however; they came to tak...

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

yp^/'istraws show which way the wind blows." This is generally regarded, we believe, as a maxim founded in truth. It caa be applied to the business of mankind: in every relation, and to all manner of persons. Wo propose t^apply it. to the course of our neighbors of the Star. W r hen Know-Nothingism,began to show its hand, they patted it on the back, in a fond and winning way, and evinced «n exceeding satisfaction in giving publicity to its growing power—in reference to the secrets of the order ", they , nf caurxe, "knew nothing!" /i'hen, ¦when those stevcts were exposed by the Ptimaylvanirin and other papers, who so lustily defended Know Nothingism, a$ the editors'of the Start—using, pTticisely, the same kind of argumentation that was in the mouth of every Know Nothing who denied the truth of "that expose." A little farther on, in time, and we hoar that a number of Democrats, who had suffered themselves to be.deceived into the snare, are quitting and denouncing it- Who more roun...

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

The Doug-las Meetingat Chicago. It appears from the. Chicago papers that Judge Douglas, in defiance of the fanatics'and rowdies of that city, did deliver a portion of his speed), in defence of his action touching the Nebraska bill. lie spoke for more than an hour, when the uproar became so great that he quietly retired lrom the stand. The Chicago Press says: "There was a great amount of groans and cheers, but there was nothing like a riot, or any approach to it. He said some bitter things against the press of Chicago, and did not cotnplimeut. the intelligence of citizens in very pleasant terms. They refused to hear him on these subjects. Towards the close -of his speech they became so uproarious that he was obliged to desist. The plain truth is, there were a great many there who were unwilling to hear him, and manifested their disapprobation iu a very noisy and disrespectful manner. We regret exceedingly that he was not permitted to make his speech unmolested. That would have b«...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Democratic State Nominations. \ , *OB GOVEltSTOH, WtLLUMBtGLEB, of Clenrficld^. - pob jcdgs op sppiiemk oouiiT, JEREMIAH'S. BLACK, of Somerset Co FOB CA5U*. COMAflSSIOXKB, > HEXRY S. MOTT. of Pike Co. {£7-The Annual Commencement of Pennsylvania College, will take place on Thursday, the 21st irist. Jobs T.^l(>RR'3. Esq., of Baltimore, will deliver the Alumni Address, and the Hon. Samuel Hkpbdbn, of Carlisle, the iJrinajaaAddress.on the preceding Wednesday. The closing exercises of the Tbeologicnl Seminary ' will take place on Tuesday evening, the 19th: Rev, J. Oswald, of York, delivering the addre ss to the Alumni, JE7*The Agricultural Fair at York is tocompicnce : on the 20ih of September inst- An intcrestirig exhibition may be looked for. Tim CossimvTiuXAL Festival—Tire Democratic Executive Committee of Philadelphia have resolved to celebrate the adoption of the Federal Constituribn by a mass meeting, in Independence Square, on the 17 tb inst. Some of the ablest...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

The Signs of the Times. The fret that the Whig candidate for Gov¬ ernor is . bound byZ&n oalh to disfranchise one portion of the citizens of the- Old Kej'stone pn, account of the birth-place of their fathers, and another because they worship Qod at a. different altar from their neighbors', vdll not suit the honest yeomanry of Pennsylvania., They are too closely allied with the patriots of the Revolution, twatiy of whom were from'the Old World, to allow their fathers to t>e insulted by this species of ignorance and intolerance. ¦ Old men, whose whole lives have been spent on the soil of Pennsylvania, who have eniiched her soif with their labor, and her history with their virtue and intelligence, are to fall beneath the axe raised by Judge Pom:ock and bis Know Nothing associates. Young men, in the full ' jloom of life and usefulness, are to be overshadowed by the dark cloud of .Know Nothing interference, because their grandfathers were not born upon the soil of ...

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

The Names Won't Come. " OC^Tlie Slar is famous lor making bold assertions, but call for pri>"f,and it cither dodges or becomes double-faced.. Ten days ago it was loud in the declaration that tlie presiding officer of the Know Nothing Council here was "an active, infltienli.nl Democrat," and expected to make some capital by the assertion. We denied it, as we deny it yet, and called for the name of the indivitTunfTso that all might judge as to his political character. This was surely nothing more than fair. But is the name given ? 01k no'. As the Indian said when cornered, ."that's too much question." The editors .of the AV.vrknow they have made a declaration they cannot sustain, and hence their refusal. ' Their . .statement was ninde with a view to prejudice the Democratic party—("a most Inme and impotent conclusion")—and if what they say were true they would not.hositate to back it up ; for since when, let us ask, have "active, influential Democrats," become such great ...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

i'ruin the CIiauiber.sburg spirit. lost in the Fog*. . At this season of the year fogs prevail " extensively along the Susquehahna, and particularly in Northumberland county, where -the Whig candidate for Governor lives. We have no doubt that to this cause may be attributed Mr. Pollock's failure lo come out and meet Gov. Bigler before the people. After the bragging of .Mr. Pollock'a friends, it is not to be supposed, even for one moment,'that Mr. Pollock would'voluntarily shun the face of his competitor and- the people. We are therefore bound to believe thai he has got lost in the fog and cannot thid his way out. We suggest that the Whig State Central Committee should, with a view of saving his valuable life and restoring him to his disconsolate friends, the Know Nothings of Philadelphia, immediately dispatch a fleet of fast sailing flat-boats up the Susquehanna, with strict orders to the crews to scour-all the_ country they may find overhungJbyJog;_LTIie rL ' C0Iin°!s;inces ' u...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

",Tb.at Proportion".' !Cr *The Sttir asserts that fifty-seven of the Bemocrntic voters of this Borough are Know Nothings. Compared wifh the tail stories circulated by otlier Whigs, this computation is moderate; but we arc informed by a number oi pet-sons, whose veracity in political matters is moro reliable than the StuS*., and whose recent connection with thai order enables them to-sptak by the book, that nut the half of fifty ' seven Democrats of the Borough belong to it—that several of those who still aro there will withdraw ere long, . but only remain to watch its-designs- and that the editors of the Sfar jcxow they are uttering a falsehood when they fix the number as high as fifty-seven. Now, how is it on the Whig side of the house / ^ Tlie Sfnr is very catitious not to say one word orrUiat-siload-i>f poles :" but it . has "sown the storm" by its disgusting trickery and low cunning, and must "reap the whirlwind." Whilst'it is not true that fifty-sqyen Democrats of th...

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Iowa Election. Notwithstanding all the whig blow about a " victory in Iowa," it appeals the Democrats haveefected four of the State ticket—Attorney General}- Secretary of State, State Treasurer and Auditor of State. The fusionists huve -elected their Governor—Grimes; who unaoubtedly was elected on tho popularity of the «lder. Grimes... a universally esteemed old gentlemen, deceased some years since. The Legislature; it is thought, will be a tie *pn joint ballot. 3^7'We are informed that a number the ^country school-houses throughout the county *re made places of meeting by this _ Know .Nothings. Whigs are seen taking the by-pnths to these places, at night, about once a week—we can hear of no Democrats being among them. TheSe meetings appear to be regular Whig concerns. Opposition' to ths Know Nothings.—The Churchman, (organ of the High Church Episcopalians,) published in New York, comes out in a strong three-columned leader, denunciatory of the Know Nothings, and calling upon ...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Comijju cicatedC —At-» — nieeting - of the j reioperance~County Committee, hekl ia conformity to-public notice,, the following resolutions, were adopted, and ordered to be published: Hmilved, That in view of the fearful- ravages of intemperance throughout our land, and the failure ofaPl partial measures heretofore adopted to arrest the" evil ; nothing short of an efficient prohibitory law wilt rescue our country fxviii rbis dreadful enrse. tiesolvtd, That, as the evfts of intemperanceeffect the- spiritual interests of men. as weVl a* those that are temporal : and as. Holy'Wrrt informs us that no drunkard shall inherit the kingdom of ' God, the influence-of gospel ministers ' may justly be invoked iu behalf of the cause of prohibition. Mtsidvtd, That the ministers of the gospel throughout this county are hereby respectfully requested to preach to the people of their charge- on this subject, in view of the important issue referred to the people at our next election. hesi/hed. That...

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

POSTSCRIPT Democratic Gounty Ticket. The Democratic County Convention, which met at the Couri-house, (o-day, placed in nomiaaiaon the following Urst rate ticket:- - - - Jharmbhl, v MOSES MoCLEAN, of Geiiysburg. ' (' iintmiimiiiner, JOHN DUTTEUxl, of Union. ¦ • Direcliu- of lite Puorl JOHN Pl'OUTX. of Frenkliiu Jiudilor, THQS. A. MARSHALL, of Hamittonban. Vorontr, Dr. J. W, HENDRIX, of Oxford. Sheriff, ' UENJJY THOMAS, oi Straban. a . I'rothonoloru* ROBERT McCCHUV. of Cumbecla ad. Ifeict»(er and Jiecrrder, VILUAM F. WALTER, of BuiJw, Clerk uf Ihe Cmirlt, JACOB BUSHKY ^ of ilamihon. Senatorial Dele/rate to Slate dm^entiim, Hon. JOELS- DANNER, ofOltysbwrg. /{representative Dek^ale, THOMAS A-. ^ AKSIJALL, of Ilaiuiltonban. JosEi»o»i>uouB^JosEPir p..5foptvrr and II J. Sxaulb, Were appointed Congitssioiuil Con ferecs. • '

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

RaUjRoaii Accident.—Jacob Smyser, lumber merchant-of_ this place, and Mr. ilifler, were-killed-y-csterd.iyby--the—breaking of a car-.axle of one ot the burthen cairs on the Ywrk and Cumberland Bailroad. near York IJaven.— The as.kof one of the * forward cars in the tuaiti broke, aud the speed at which they were going, preci'pitated the cars and lumber Upon the geniluinfen we have named; killing instantly and shockingly mangling the former ;' tbe other survived about an hour. Several others upon, tho train were injured, but only slightly.— Yurtt Advocate nf Tuesday. Killed b-v Liumuixr *. —Mr. I'cteii Mickley, during the storm on Tuesday eveuiug last, was struck dead by lightiiing. on his lami, near (Jrcenca&tle, It is not two years since Mr. M. was married and'left his father's home inthe vigor and bloom of youth, with, fair prospects lor the. future. We further learn that on the same evening, a chiLdoi ' u Mr. JKogcrs, near G'reeucastle, lost Us lile from ibe same cause...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

- (Cr^At the meeting of the Democrats of this Borough, at Wattles'.*?, on Saturday evening last, Reid for the purpose of selecting two Delegates to the County Convention, the candidates to whom the Know Nothings threw their support, received twenty votes, all told—and even of these quite a number were not Know Nothings—whilst the gentlemen who received ihe certificate of election had one hundred and one The Whig leaders, for some reason or other, appeared to bo vastly concerned about the result, exhibiting an ill-suppressed anxiety, altogether unaccountable io one not posted as to their real hopes and designs. It should tench them, however, thai the Democracy of this Bortnigh are fully able to regulate their affairs to suit themselves, and intend to doit. Whenever the advice of the Whig and Know Nothing leaders shall be wanted by tho Democrats of ltu ' s village, they willjbe regularly informed. In. the meantime, they need give themselves no further trouble to get up hypocriti...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Another Steam Engine. As an evidence of the increasing enterprise of our citizens, we had, the pleasure, a week or two ago, of noticing the completion of a new Steam Sa,w and Chopping Mill by Mr. C. W.. IIt)FFSi«c— The shril I~w1iistle"tliat ~ eclioed through our streets last week, announced the completion of another new engine at the tan yawl of Messrs. IIbxky and Jtuix Rvvv, in the Southern part of the towa. These gentlemen, at considerable expense, have put up a bcautfc ful engine, manufactured by Messrs. Davis & Fokney, of York, to supply the power recjuisite in grinding bark, rolling leather, breaking hides, &c. The engine is fed entirely by the spent tan, hitherto a. useless article to the tanner and an incumbrance to the tan yard, thus saving the eutire cost of fuel. The furnaces can be supplied by a boy,—the apparatus for burning the tan being an ingeuous. yet simple contrivance. The engine itself is. a beautiful piece of workmanship, and the entire imp...

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Frhjittfi'i. Steamboat Fxplosjo.v—Up. WARDS OF TWE.VTV PKRSOXS KlLl.KI). —A few days since, just after the steamer Timour, No. 2, /iad landed her passengers at Edward' s Yard, JeH'eison City, Missouri, her boilers exploded, scattering death anil destruction around and leaving the boat a total wreck. At the latest accounts, six persons were lying on the shore dead, and it \yas supposed that fifteen 01 sixteen others were thrown overboard and drowned. Owing to the confusion and exciteinenMlie--e^act^»niber-t^frkillwl-could~rrotrbe ascertained. About seventeen persons were scaWed and otherwise injured. The injured men are_ principally deck, hands. Two of the boilers were thrown oiithe railroad trnek. and the other.iuto the liver. Many pieces of wreck were found half a mile from the place where the explosion occurred. The hull was breaking up, and but few of the goods on board would be saved. The entire upper works are destroyed. The engineers of the boat Charles W. >Vcord and ...

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