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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

Mr. Robiaon KNOW NOTHINGISM EXPOSED! The Whig candidate for Congress stumped a part of this county last week, but from all we can learn , his eloquence was not calculated to stir up the old Whig fire to the boiling point—too much rant for that. As an evidence of the windy character of his speeches, he( is said to have, declared at Millerstown that "not one Democratic Congressman will be elected in Pennsylvania.this fall?'—no, not one! That's another way to boast of a man's own chances. In his speech at the Court-house, on Friday evening, he denied that he was a Know Nothing, but would not say a word against that order. The Democratic candidate, Mr. Reilly, hnd-denounced them in_strong terms, but he (Robison) would let them pass without hindrance. He is evidently vert/ anxious to get their votes. " But let viexamine Mr. Robison's denial of being a Know Nothing. The last McConnelsburg Democrat contains a full exposure of Know Nothingism in Fulton county,by Mr. Wil lfajft Con...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

<Sl]e Eepttblitau 4ompilct ^ gETTYSBUBg, PA. MONDAY MORNING, OCT " g, 1W4. Democratic State Nominations. : FOR G0VKBXOR, , WIL.LIA$[ BIGLER, ofClearfield Co. - ^/^aijBj^jWB OF SUPREME COURT, : _ - JEREMIIh & BLACK, of Somerset Co FOR CANAT. COMMISSIONER, HENRY S- MOTT, of Pike Co. - ''¦ --- Conyrfjw, WILSON KETtLT, of Franklin county. Democratic County Ticket, —, : — : — ¦ Jft * i-mbt y,—— . HOSES McCLEAN. of Gettysburg. Commi**ianer, JOHN DUTTERA. . of Union. Director of the Poor, JOHN PFOUTZ. of Franklin. • Jiwiitur, ¦ THOS. A. MARSIIALL. of Hamihonban. Vnr.mer. Dr. J. W. HENDEIX, of Oxford. Sheriff, - HENRY THOMAS, oi Siraban. Prtithanalrtry, ROBERT McCUEDY. of Cumberland. • Register and Rtcorder, "WILLIAM F. WALTER. «f Butler. 'Clerk if >ht (' "tirts, JACOB BUSHEY. of Hamilton-.

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

to be cheated by thiseombinaiion ofWhiggery and Know Nothingisin.und we advise every voter to be on his guard against the dark plots that are being hatched to elect the Whig Know Nothing ticket. ' In Franklin county, the same system of "bargain and sale" is being practiced.. The attempt has Ken made to force Mr. Crawford, one of the Whig noniuses for the. Legislature, to decline, so a.s to make room for Mr. Stain bach, who tried ftut couldn't get the Democratic nomination, and "who would yield a ready compliance to all the requirement of the coalition nnd do its dirty work with a hearty good will." Mr. Crawford was quietly told to -get out of the way," and in a moment of alarm, lie v/rote a letter of declination^ But a prominent "old line". Whig got hold of it before it reached the public, and convinced Mr. Crawford that he had committed an error in penning it. And thus this first attempt failed. But they have biought out Mr. Siambach as an'independent, nnd will most probably ...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

Our Party all Safe. The Whig presses arc endeavoring to prove that the Democratic party is about being annihilated. This, however, has been the case almost- from time immemorial. Immediately preceding an important election, we hear the old cry thai the Democratic party will be dead after the election, but it has-still survived, "and, says the Piltsburg /W, is " alive and kicking," nnd is going to live a thousand years yet, if the world continues so long. Those who .indulge the silly belief that the Democratic party is to be broken up, because a few loud mouthed sufferers, failed to get office, or because a comparatively small portion of the party disagree with the majority on a single question, will live to see the utter absurdity of their hopes. The destruction ofour party has been predict* ed during every election campaign for half a centurv. Yet two hundred thousand Democratic voters in Pennsylvania attest that it is still alive and safe. Other parties, that have no principle...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

. Democrats of Adams County, Be up and doing! Your ticket is a-good one —you have seldom, if ever, had a better—and it becomes you to give it a hearty and aciive support. Let there be a. full turn-out at the polls, and let no Democrat suffer himself to be. cheated into the support of anything but the Dcmocntic ticket, as it will be found at the head ©four columns. This is the only safe course for all lovers of the Constitution and the Country. The Documents. [£7*The £tar cautions the public against lying documents, which, it says, are being spread all over the county. We did not expect to See that yaper take the stand it does in this matter, wrlien it is toe// known that one of the Whigkadcrs, the other day, took a carriage bos ¦full to Links town, and it is not doubted that oU>er places have been equally well supplied. -But, most likely, the Star is trying to play the " j>iop U»id" game. It won't do—in this in-«tan<5e at least.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

¦ Old Berks. AH ' th^Uotnocratjc no minees of Berks county sign a pledge "solemnly declaring that they aye-ne^r-dfrc'ctlv-or-iiidireclly-T-con-neeted with any Society, Order, or Lodge, -known a.s, or commonly,., called ;Know-Nothings,' or 'Sons ok tub SiKEi of 70,' Or having any oilier name or organization, one pf tho objects of which is to prevent any citizen or class of citizens of this country, from obtaining office or public trust under the United States Government, or that of this Commonwealth, because they were not born in this country, or because oPtheir religious belief; and have not assumed anyTJUltgalion to aidTn "effectit)g these objects or any of them ; and to the truth of this declaration theyMlo severally pledge'their sacred honor?" ,

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

"There is now a fair chance for a Whig majority on joint ballot, [in itie Legislature.] as Philadelphia, it is thought, will stud a. full Whig mail Native delegation."~.4cfa/i<3 Scntiiitl. f£7*Hcre we have tlie open declaration that "Whiggery and Nativism are to out-strip the Democracy on joint ballot in the Legislature—and yet the Star pretends to say that tiw \Vhi«- party h*s had nothing to do with "developing the Native American party 1" In their overanxious desire to humbug their readers, the opposition editors will some limes "catch them-«elv«-s in » snap." .: (XT^l'iie tUrctiott day is close at hand, and We therefore oVvote the greater portion ofour taper to th<* discussion oi" political subjects. In a few owkw we uhall agmia give our annul %*,. < ->>» autl «'** interesti ng tbui ever-' .

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

Caution. We would advise our Democratic friends throughout the county to beware of the slanders and falsehoods of the opposition, which will, doubtless, be freely circulated between this time and the election.. The Federal party always resort to these weapons for the purpose of misleading honest and unsuspecting Democrats. Look out, therefore, for slanders and defamation to be- heaped upon iho Democratic uomineeB, as thick as blackberries in June, irom now until to-morrow week. The enemy are desperate, and"they will resort to desperate measures, to defeat the Democracy.

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

EreaK up. A Know Nothing Lodge in York county broke up and burned the books and papers. This is the beginning. A secret order based upon hiich intolerant principles,cannot last. It is prescriptive beyond all precedent, and it is so out of all American character, that the common honesty of motr will not long uphold it. We have heard, of numbers of other ••break ups" in various parts of the State. The Whig cloven foot is beginning to stick out a -leetlu" loo far for Democrats, and many arc leaving it in disgust. It was,n nice scheme for Whig politicians to plav.—They made one mistake, however, they played it a little too strong.— Plulfurm.

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

JCf "The Lancaster Independent Whig. Thaddcus SFcvcns' s paper, takes the part ofTKnovi Nothingism very warinfy. Think of it!—The organ of the great leader of Anti-Masonry de> fending swornly-secret Know , Nothingism Funny—or disgusting ! r^'Saditiel IIiiikt> is ihe caiidHaie' of tin K»(/* Nothings for Mayor of Baltimore.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

CJood News.—The Meredith (N. H.) Democrat slates that the price of potatoes has fallen from-?I to two shillings a bu.ihel. These vegetables are still growing in that region, with green vines. Tlie Hartford (Conn.) Ojuranl says, in thatseclion potato rot has not been heard from, and that the crop is pIcnnTuPanJ prices falling. Tlie MaineyieM is also underbtood to have been c&s^llent. " £onn>iu>ieated. Ta the Editor of the Compiler, SiE—In the last Star I find an appeal to the Whig Catholics of Adams county, and to that appeal, I, as one of that class of citizens, fed it my duty to reply. I have watched the movements ofT tire political parties for the last few months vyith an anxious eye. and with" sorrow. I have ' seeu the Whig party, which I once loved to serve and honor", which once was governed by principle and guided by otir Constitution.amt which once recognized Catholic Whigs in ' no other Jiglit than fellow citizens, departing from- itaesalted posit...

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

I TO THE FRIENDS Of PROHIBITION IN ADAMS I; county. Fellow Citizens: The undersigned, in behalf of fl committee appointed at « meeting ofthe friends of Prohibition, in Gettysburg, on tbe 23.1 inst., beg to address you a few words upon the important duty devolving upon the fiienis of Humanity at the approaching election. It may not be unknown toyuu that the Legislature, at its last session, passsedanact providing Tor an expreKsion of. the will of the voters in the Commonwealth in reference to the passage " of a Prohibitory Liquor liaw. la accordance with tiiis act, therefore, it will be expected of each qualified voter, at the coining election, to deposit a billot either cor or aqmsst Prohibition. Feeling conv inced that the subject thus prosunted to your consideration and claiming your suffrage, far transcends in im|x>iL-i aefl the ordinary questions decided at the ballot-box, ww respuct-J fully ask yoa.to weigh the matter calmly aujikeriously before ' casting your vote. We...

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

thereon. JESSE SHARRE'ITS. ~ Sept. 18, 1854. ts asseiubIly. To ihe Voltrs of Adams county r TH E undersigned, at the earnest solicitation of many friends, has consented tof fie a candidate tor ASSEMBLY, atjhe next election. Should the Freemen of Adams county honor me with their confidence, it shall be my aim to serve them honestly, faithfully ' and to the best of tny ability. WM. B. WILSON. Menallen twp., Sent t, 1354. • SHEKIPPALTY. To the Vntgrs of Mama county, FELL OW-CITIZENS :—At the solicitation of numerous friends, 1 offer, myself to your consideration as. a candidate for the office of. SHERIFF, at the next etacuon. Should I be elected, it will be my aim to acknowledge the favor by endeavoring «o di»» f^targo tie duties of ihe office promptly and with fidelity. HENRY THOMAS. — Slraban township, I>eo^l9,lfi53.--- ^~/- FELLOW' CITIZENS. ' —AtHie request of many friends-I ngnin olffer mysolf as a candidate for tlm mott.SHKRrF-FALTY of Adams county, and pledge myeelf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

JACOB A. MYKitS. JOHfiB. M'CKEARY, Sept. 11,1854. 18^ JSxtculort. PUBLIC_ SALE7 •'l^HR subscriber, Executor . of PHILIP 1 SIIRIVER, deceased, will offer at Public Sale, on tbe premises, on'Friday, tiu 13/A day uf October next, A FARM, late tbe property of said deceased, situate, in Ciimberland lowrtship, Adams.county, Pa., four miles frotn'Gettysburg and one mile from Homer's Mill, adjoining lands of the-heirs of Andrew Horner, heirs of John Black & others, Containing 128 Acres. more or less, about 28 acres of which are Woodland, with a due proportion of Meadow. The improvements are a Two-story Jj^dk BKiaK 1EOTJ3% • M» with Back-building, Bank 3:irn,CKKUmm VVa^on Shed, Corn Crib, Spring Huuse, Carriage House, and oilier outbuildings ; n fine Apple Orchard, and other choice fruit; a never failing Spring of water near (be hoose,* and a neverfailing strejim through the Farm. Persons wishing to view the farm are requested to-call upon Mr. Win. SnoufFer, residing thereon. J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

VALUABLE TAVERN STAND, AT PtJBLIC SALE. IN pursoaiyjo of an Order of the Orphan's Court of Adams county, granted on proceedings in partition, the Subscriber, Administrator of SOLOMON ALBERT, deceased, will offer at Public Sale, on the premises, on Saturday, October 28th, 1854, the following Real Estate of said deceased, viz: Three I<ol$ of* Ground, situate in the town 0/ Hampton, Ailnms connty, and know.tfas Lots ~No s. 49,50 and 51, fronting on the Han ' oVer and Carlisle Turnpike road, and running back to analley. Tbe improvements consist of a ^SXAk. Two-story Frame JVeathcrboarded WB|ny| and Backbuilding, commodious STABLING, and all necessary outbuildings; 2 neverfiuling welle of water, ' one in fmnt and the other in the rear nt the house. There is.also on the premises a choice variety of Apple,' Peach, 1 and other fruit trees, -— L -~- --The property has for many years been occupied as a Tavern, by Mr. Albert and others, and is now occupied us a Store. ' Tire impro...

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Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

most desirable properties in (he count;, and should command the attention of capitalists. Also, A TRACT Or L/i!\l>, adjoining the above, containing 60 Acre*, more or less, ahuul5 acres of which are Woodland., It is improved with a Two-atory Frfime House, and a .Stable, with a neverfailing well of water at the door. Also, A TRACT OF 1,4 1* 0, adjoining the above Farm, lands cf Dr. Hall aud John Herbst, containing 44 Acres, more or less, about 14 acrea of which are Woodland. Also, A TRACT OF L.AJVV, on the Chamber<burg turnpike, adjoining the above Farm, lands of Henry 8. Mmuiirh, John B. McPlnTson, and others, containing 16 Acres, more or less. The improvements are a-Two-Story ^feSJk TbjcCI &time Bnnsf, ii^iffl. vv!tli " Bapk-biiildin«, "~ Fraine Barn, Wagon Sfi»fd and Vurn Crib, a Blacksmith Shop, Car- 3 • ri-ige Wood-worker Shop, Trimmer Shop, and 1 oth " er buildin<;8. 'There ia a thriving ycunn Orchard on the premises, and a neverlailing ' well ...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

Reading the Future by the Past. There is a truth made memorable by unvarying history, says the Washington Union, that no ism, no faction, ever rears its hend iru this country that is not hostile to the democratic .party. And why ? Because in every instance, with instinctive sagacity, the democratic party denounces all isms.—Look at the long procession of factions which have arisen from the disappointments of politicians, like deadly miasma from decaying vegetation, and, like the pestilence itself, have succeeded in prostrating .many a true and heroic defender of the truth.—Against each the democratic party raised its stalwart arm, and, after a brief struggle, each has been consigned to . merited oblivion. Behold! llartford conventionists, national republicans, anti-masons, conservatives, native-Americans, abolitionists, ultra temperance men, and now inlolerants and abolitionists again. The dhly antagonist of these, factions, as one after another they rose into be-.ing, was the d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

LIST OF-LETTKRS, Remaining in the Post Office at Gettysburg October 2, 1831. Allison Francis flcely Miss Margaret Arendt David O'Nejl Junes A. Armstrong Sarah L. Piank John Peecher, Hoover & Co, Powell Miss Mary Boll J. M.2 _ ^ Schiuz H. Black William 2 Scott Abraham Sen. Byer Jacob Steinhotir Henry Bnston K.irls or Wm.Stewart David Campbell Study David Ur. Ctry John Slothour William Clu'id Mi-»s Sarah Stern Jeremiah Fikely Win. Shaner Catharine Gibson Joseph H. Esq.Shriver Sallie Miss Gintling Peter Sterrett Miss CI«m Hart Miss'Mary Stombo BiHsy, dee'd., Hursh Miss Angeline lo the heirs of, H'lldeman Henry Smith S. B. Herrintf Michael Slatah Mrs. Hewit G. B. Ksq. Slyder Matilda Hi«ronymi Anton Snyd<sr Miss Hannah Horner Kli Thomas MissCatlfaririe Hunter L. Trostle Jacob B. irfshtner Nathaniel Vo<ieX~F~. Lnnw Henry ^ _ Walhers Alexander M. LotfiVf if»s Kliz-ibeth C. Waitman John Lott Willi.im H. Weikert Jacob M-iyer W. H-. Wentz J"hn McGuircC-il. M. W. 2 ...

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

$l)e Jttarkcts: Corrected from the latest Baltimore,York&Hanover paper £ , : BALTIMORE—Pkidat last. Flour, per barrel, S7 06 to 7 12 Wheat, p«y>by*h4, 1 30 to 1 60 Rye, C " ' 1 10 to 1 12 Corn, " 71 to 75 Oats, « 50 to 53 Cloverseed, " 6 87 to 7 00 Timothy, " - 3 50 to 3 68 ¦Whiskey, per gallon,- 40 to 41 Beef Cattle, per hund., 5 00 to 7 75 Hogs, " 5 50 to 6 50 Uay, per ton, 18 00 to20 00 Guano, Peruvian, per ton, 50 00 to51 00 HANOVER—Tatfiispiur last. Flour, per bbl., from stores, §9 00 Do. " •' wagons, 8 00 Wbeat, per bushel,. 1 40 to 1 60 - Rye, " . 1 06 Corn, - " " ¦ ¦ 75 Oats, " • .50 Clov-ersoed, " 6 00 Timothy;'" " 2 50 Plaster of Paris, person, . 7 00 YORK—FltlDAT L«BT. Flour, per bbl., from stores, ¦ §8 75 Do. " from wagons, 7 75 Wheat, per bushel, 1 50 to 1 80 • Rye, " ~ , 1 10 Corn, " 75 Oats, " 50 Cloverseed, " a- 6 50 Timothy. " 3 00 Plaster of Paris, per ton, 7 50

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Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 2 October 1854

WATCHES, JliWELHT, Sitwirw. 'ire A* Vatiri/ 4moodtt, BsirA Choice Assortment of the Finest Quality, for Sale at the Lowest Cash Prices, at Wm. B. Ultonliead'N, NO. 184 SOUTH SECOND STJIEET. Between Pine and Union, Went side, ThiUsCa, rp^H K as sortment embiaces a Laru e ajid .be-I led Sloclc of Fine Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Jtlbata Ware, plated wilhfine Silver, in \ Spoim.1, -Forks, Lad Us, d*"c.—Jet Goods, F.ms j and Fancy Articles of a superior- quality, «1p- j sFrvingTlnreYaljTinatiorTbTTliose wlicrdFsJr^To" procure the best gund* at the Lowest Cash l J rices. ! Having a practical know ledge of the business, ami all available facilities for Importing anil Maniitacturiii" , tlie subscriber conhdenily invites purchasers, believing that hr can sup- : plytbetn on terms as favorable as any other establishment in either of the Atlantic (-ilies. O^T-'AII kinds of Diamond and Pearl Jewelry and Silver Ware manufactured to ordsr, within a reasonable , tims. / (j^7"\Vatclie-s, Jew...

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