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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

GROCERIES! «ROCS:iU 2 * I ~\T7~E have just received the largest stock iy of GROCERIES ever offered in the county, comprising tJ5 Hhds «t priuieJ^UGAR, 60 Barrels of best N. O. MO " LASSES , . ' » 6 Hhds of finest quality iff SVUf'P, toij-Mher with a lar^e assortment "' ' COFFEE. RICE. TOBACCO. «fcc. l<> uhii-h we invite the attention of purcli.i«<-rs, eiliifr wh.iles.ile or retail. N'iw is vur time for elienp nnd desirable G r o<.-eries; thp p lace tn (¦ .mien ihi.-m is . FAHNESTOCKS', , May 15. " Sign ¦/.'//< lint Front. " aaaama a^wir Xo. ~iu Pratt Street, Baltimore. ISRAEL KNODE. Proprietor. ' _ --*,»'• •»•. _ ., . JOHN G. K.NODE, Superintendent. L-CLEGARS^ui May S, 1834. ly i a , ^J"fi- A RSianrl O to be had at VALUABLE FARMS, J9M017. \ T.-iM. V £,.#. V#>, ' - •-A-T-FHB4.1C-SALE. * - tf _____ THE Subscribers, Executors of GEORGE DEAKDORFF, <{eceaseil, will offer at

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

To my Friends and Fellow Volets if .Mams en. IN accordance with the wishes of numerous friends, I offer myself as an "Independent Candidate" for the office of REGISTER & RECORDER of AJams county, and respectfully solicit your votes and'influence, at the next General Election. Should I be elected, every exertion on my part shall'be made to evidence my sense of your confidence by a faithful and impartial performance of the duties thereof. JOHN L. GUBEKNATOR. Conowago twp., August 21, 1854. fTMiE undersigned will he a candidate for JL the Office of RKiilNTKR & RECORDER, and pledges Itiinsdf ", if eleoied, in discharge (lie duties of ttie office with fidelity and unpartiajiii-y. ^^ TACOM FFLWEltER. Franklin township, April 31. 185-1.

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

IkT^A combination of Know Nothings and Whigs elected Win. I». Shepherd, (Know Nothing,) Mayor of Louisville, a few days n<>o. Coalitions of this sort are. the order of the day, although Democrats arc told that I hoy may join the Know Nothings and still be Democrats ! A move palpable client never was invented to gull unsuspecting citizen-*. We advise ali, to be on their guard, ami not suffc-i themselves to be imposed JH>'>n , )>y such devices. The whole a'i'nir will turrV'oul just as anti-Masonry diili—pass over to the Whig party. - —D emocratic Kno-W- JJothiasfs

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

UDA'SJJ-iLmja, r |TI E subsc'tibiT. thankJ ' ul for pa«t f.ivor«. 1 _ re*p eciftj|l y informs the pub In- liiat he con tiniies t!ie_ Co ich-makinn Ijusi t,fy~\ in .ill'iti various branch*'-, at hi-i Oid fii-jiiil, in York street, (formerly liitvhinijh-ini^) where ht has on band, and will manufacture lo order, Rockaway and Boat-body Carriages] BU«(;1<>. .1 Kit sky W \<;<»X«.,itf., all of the haft materials, and bv the best ol Workmen. Call and jinlire for yourselve-- . li:0.\ ~ \|{ D VrouMj. Cettysbiir^, April (3. IS 10.

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

£ I adics' I»r«s^ ««ooUs.—L.Kiu-«, ' ii.. _j you wish li.indsoiiie drebses, for Sjiri'-g or >umuir'r ? Il so, c.ill im.iieiiiately ;it ti».-long established chi*api. Store, where we are (irepared to e.xhib ' n the rno-,1 biMinihil vari^tjnnil pretiiest patterns of Dress Goods ever o[»*iiH.i. Dojmt defer tlif rrniier too long, nor I'.m- tii" opportunity of selecting from th'i entirr> M><-<oriniHrtt. If 3'oii wi<h to save moii: j v--iii.l -it i!i>* srne time, secure <or yujr^pl I " the pri'ltKS: .ijijr.t ' rfl vvorn . j'i! l.nme liH»-Jy at " April 31351. FAI1NES£OCKS' . T^'t ia ccQ ! f 1 ' 1 fl ¦gr " 1 ^ ^f A pr ' i ' ces GILLESPlK'S. PUBLIC SALE , |'iipeuv «u^, snunjf—m Cnniberl»nd township, Adams county. l J a., four miles from Gettysburg and one mile from Homer's Mill, adjniuinir lands oftlie heirs of Andrew Horner, heirs of John Black & others, Containing 128 Acres, more nr less, about 28 acres of which are ...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

EAND0LPH & LATIIvIEU, > P II O 1) U (. E A' O' 65 South ulrect, - ' . II ALTIMORE. .4 TTEND piriiiMihrLy to the sale <,\ Fl~Zr j\_ (Jrai'i.)H ty, < lovTsred, ;iml ai' |,ru'J.- > ". ! Country .Prodii'TP, and are prepared to furnish hart tf> pprsnn^ w.iqbinp to consi gn 'P (hem. November 7, 1853. ly

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

tf^UHL «F TIE a CGtSS. FEIA.OW-CMTZENS: —Atthe request of many friends, I auain oftVr mvself as a candidate for the. next CLERK OF TJ1K ClOURT.Sjof Adams conn-ty, and respectfully solicit yi4>r-favnrable consider.itioii and support, pledging myself if elected, to discharge the duties of the office with punctuality and fidelity. J. J. BALDWIN. Mountpleasant township, Nov. 14, IHo'i.

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

TERMS OF THE ^ COMPILER $gg*The Republican Compiler is' published e *ery Monday morning, by Henry J. Stahi.e, at $1,75 per annum if paid in advance~*2,QQ p er annum if not paid in advance. No subscription discontinued, unless at the option of the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. Ajjveutisements inserted at the usual rates.

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

r piIE I'.'f^i.lf-iit iinfl Mrtfug.-rs of the Yorl i suiil Getiybiirg Turnpike coinpany bavi ;.-ci-art-<l -I Dividend ..} " On- 1'ci <'cut., j< ,ya!'l( ¦ 111 oraft«-r the 2Mb in-trtiii.. (JEO. SvVfH'E, .Is'I. Trtw. September "25, lrtfil. 3t ' "'

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

THE subscriber, Executor of PHILIP JL SHRIVER, deceased, will offer at;Pnb-\\r. Sal p , on the-pceoiiisesT-onStiday^-tht-yZUk day of October next, A FARM.

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

A Full and Complete Exposure of the Know Nothings! The annexed Exposure of Know Nothing i^. m i« given in the hist McConnelsburg DciiTnrrnt.

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

JitiiceTtrnnrke this avowal, is irulyaiiiazing : and must be put down as. one of the natural curiosities cif the day, and the wonder and admiration of the nge. .Before thia unexpected edict assumed the formof a standing, visible and expressed fact, the more sanguine and impetuous ol your Catholic Friends held out lustily that you had recently made loud and repeated professions of love for them and their religion, in siiiuliy articles published in the last three numbers of the •Star. And they pretended to prove (he tnflli oft his assertion, by the illustration of the logical rule adopted by Ro^y O'More, in the explanation - and inteipietation oil Kathleen's "dhrnmes"—"hi/ cnnlhruritx, mi/thar!" This novel suggestion of your "conservative nnd uccus'ouifd' friends induced nietolo.se no time in the institution of an examination of the numbers in question-, and then only did llie logic and the aptness of Rory ' s nile appear evident —together'with the necessity of ji pplying-it to yo...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

Correspondence of the ^omjiilor. > letter from Bedford. Jlobh<7n '$ Jiecpliun nwl Spetc/i a Fiiilnre—Wilson ' Reilh , in the Field—Cordial Iteceplion—Ma Spr ' cch at SchelUburg—Knlhusidslie Meeting at Bedford ^ ^now Nothin^Um, Srptkmrbk £7Tn, 18547 ^ • • Mb. Editor:-—The contest for political supremacy in this county goes smoothly on. Mr. Robison, the whig nominee for Congress, was here, "in the hand* of his friends," for the period of a full wetk —during which time* no pains were spared to inform the dear people of ~IHs presence^ and if possible get up a suitable demonstration. Printed handbills pointed to "Wednesday evening, the 20t.h inst.,' as the ti*ne, and the Court-house , a.H the place forthc exhibition. But lo, " F-arluriuent motitis nasce/ur ridiculus mm* /" . - One man only from the country was in attendance,: and a number of democrats, curious to hear—a few wings and a -parcel of boys, raade up tlie "crowd !" But. the speech of the Congressional orator ...

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

CCr'Govcrnor Biulke has administered th& public affairs of this State faithfully and well-He has stood by the interests of Pennsylvanians, let them reside in whatever corner ofthe State they may. He never forgot that he is x Pcnnsylvanian, aDd_that_it_wasJiis duty—toprotect*the interest of. his own people first, before he lent the aid of his station to those of other States. - He deserves the support of every voter. K7TAX-PAYERS, bear in mind, that the-State debt-has been reduced 1 nearly ONE MILLION OF DOLLARS during the wise andl economical administration of Governor BIGLER, and that the finances of tbe State werenever in a more- wholesome condition. These are facts which none dare gainsay, and they speak well for Wm. Bigler. WmiuitAWAL of Mb. Gossi.kk.— The Philadelphia Inquirer publishes a letter from J. LGpssler, Native Whig,, withdrawing his nameas a candidate, for Congress in the Second District. This withdrawal is the result of Mr. Gossler's defeat in the Know ...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

Governor Bigler's Address. Let every voter in the-Commonwealth read the.trnly, excellent and candid address of Uov-Bi(ii.ER to the people of Pennsylvania, which we issue in the shape of an extra. It is truly a gratifying fact for the Democratic party to know, thftt they have a candidate for Governor who has moral honesty enough to. declare to the peoplo his opinions on the subjects touching their interests. What a contrast is presented between Governor l>i<;f.i:u nnd Ja.mk. I'ni.i.oc'K ! While the former is before the people - in an address, which will commend itself to every intelligent man, for candor and fair dealing, the latter is visiting remote parts of the State, stating one thing in out' place and another thing in a different place. Cun it be doubted which will succeed ? Ciov.-Bini.Bii.it is well known, was taken ill in thu town of Waverly, on the New York State line, and for some days his lite was despaired of. A vigoious constitution, together with the ...

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

"THE DAT IS BREAKING." Such was- the inscription-on-a barmer carried. ' by one of the delegations to the -great uiass meeting held in Independence ^ sqjiare in the city ot Philadelphia, on. the evening of th* 18th ult. How significant it hi of the result ©f thispolitical campaign. Foi> weeks and monthshave the clouds of gloom and de&pondency hung over the Democratic- part y, and threatened a disastrous defeat,, but, as the banner said K "The day is breaking"—the clwafeare being " dispelled by the warm and Invi gorating raya of the sun. of Democracy, aid all now lookswell. On the 17tb uft., our gallant Chief Magistrate, on. the northern borders of this. State, was lying prostrate on abed of sickness —wrestling with the power TDf death; and onj the same day he., overcame the enemy, and through the interposition of a kind Providence * triumphed. On the 18tb ult., a few hoars afterwards, the people ofPhiladelphia. at a oieeting to proclaim attachment to the gloriouisp...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

<&\)t Ucpublicau €ompilci ~~ gettysbitIsgTIp a^ MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 9, 1«54. ' EXAMINE YOUR TICKETS! O-DEMOCKATS, BE WIDE AWAKE, against nil sorts of devices to deceive you on Election day. Know Nothing Whiggery will approach you in every shape. Men.pretending to be Democrats will ask yon to vote as they do, and probably hand ,you Know Nothing Whig or mixed tickets. Against all such wo warn you. Before depositing your tickets in the hands of the Inspector, EXAMINE EVEKY NAME, and see that thev correspond exactly wtt^-tbe—tkjfcet annexed. The Opposition is desperate beyond all former years. They resort to every expedient to defeat the Democracy, and they will be as bold and unblushing as they will be busy on the day of the Election --Know Nothings and Whigs working together and assisting each other to bent down the Democracy. We sny, then, watch them—watch them closely—and at orice expose them,- and counteract their base * dibits by the Truth. VOTE, WATCH AND WO...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

fctr ev. er belonged tp tbe sound democracy—shv from 10. to ]5 at most—perhaps jot so wiuv, Thdr present course is a cUar, decided " find Btremiptis effort to elect the present whig candidate to office- Pollock is their cry, .and a wonderful set of wbig maeiiin.uious have fcieii invented to drive hiiti into office -They «re pretending to support Mow in order to reconcile DeruocrAls^ MongiJi<r to their order, and are doing the saint with Baitd iti order to .satisfy the Natives. ' . 1 want every free citizen iji our land to read and ponder over the oaths winch I hnvc revealed to " you- an ^ without any comment from \ne to judge for themselves. , . .' ko As i think I have cleared up the ground as,to show that their 'baths are destitute of all obligatory force. I hope that many more, from both political parties, who are now" restrained bv tliese oaths, will come out fearlessly and express their sentiments. I know of a number entertaining exactly the same views with royjselftw...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854

MOTTto AiiOLT! — WilKiiES POLLOCK* JFrotn t. l io i'onn^vlvatiuiu. Col. Kenry S. Mott. • ^ — TVeare grutifiol to learn thaX-thc utter'falsity of the clsiirg*- which has been vaguely made against 'iIiin giiuleuian of a connection with the Order c.hiuj^aiIv called Kiiow-Xothings is now general IV uiijerston'l. ' \V< 1 know Mr. Molt well. [ je K n Deiimcrat from sincere con • viction, warmh' attached to tilt* principit's of i our party, ,unl we do U'»l believe lie wmiliT J prostitute hiui-x-'lf b} - joining ^uc!) an org.uii- ! zation to l>e tk-'tcd to any oiQicL- in the n.iiion i He is made of -it'tiu'rstutf. and with those w:i'> ; kiiuiv him imitiiu ' .ely, -aiul kih>w how anlnr'y ' and sincCKty iso i\ ib ever l>ecn attached to ;::; 1 : how ihoroi £ '.u\- his whole nature is imV.L t ' ¦ witii, Uemocr:iiiir"seniiuients. anvsucli alie^n j i ' hjii again.-i hun U .-inu>!y ridiculous, 'flie charge was ik.h-u- stneenl y made by the Whi g i ji...

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