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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
A Enow Nothing Government. Mayor Conrad, of. Philadelphia, is claimed to have been elected by the Know Nothings, and his government, so far, it is well known, has been conducted in accordance with their principles. By a fair logical deduction, it may be.sa.id that the government of Philadelphia is a Know Nothing government. Let us see, then, what it is. Already, and the election onlv took place in June last, the debt of the city has been enormously increased. The whole dabt ofthe city now amounts to nearly, or about Twenty Millions of dollars, or about one half of the Slate debt of Pennsylvania. Offices of large salaries have been constituted in great numbers, and the greatest extravagance has taken place,—so mueh so that the citizens are already becoming weary of consolidation. A writer in the Gcrmantown Telegraph, shows that the taxes have increased nearly 50 per cent., actually 48 per cent., within the last year. "By their fruits ye .shall know them," and if you judge a Kno...
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
Pi>r tliu Cumpiler. To the Editor of the "Star." IDear Sir :—I have a few words more to say to you concerning your "Encyclical Letter' 1 •of the 22nd ultimo, addressed to your "Catliolic Friends." when I shall dismiss you, at least for the present, on this" important su>>jcet. The hope that you received my last in that good will and well intended spirit that pervaded the breast of your humble servant while he penned and put forth the same, has given me the assurance of odd re -sing you "another of the some sort:'" while your antecedents iirc-** sufficient guarantee that it will meet with a like reception ajid a sitnilai fate at your generous hands. / In the Oth 1 of your letter already referred to, nntl which is the subject matter of riiy communications, among other important and impettineht rejv'elatjons__a_nd impoiUiniiiesily. ou puTTorthTvo' .i caution your Catholic Friends "Of one thing to ho fissured, and to lafte warning from tlie assurance—the deadlie...
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
WHO IS IT ? ' [HT^WIiat-classof men do we find most nnxious to defeat (iuv. 1jk;i.gu and the Democratic Ticket ? Whig- and Know Nothing leader's, who are ambitious of holding i/ffice, and who have started into life a new order of fanaticism, to catch up unwary Democr;Us>^g"t?t>4(hi:ir votes for Pollock", suul then Uugh at them m their sleeves, to find out how easily the)' had been duped. Look around you, observant reader, and you will find this no exaggeration. Won't Decline. /"It was stated in 6'urlnst, than an effort the regular Whig candidate for the Legislature, to withdraw from the field, and thus give the iL'hule. H'hii; vole lo the numiriee of Iht Know Nothing Contention for Ikat "jjicc. If any one had doubted this information, a few hours of sight-seeing about the Square, in this Borough, on Monday last, would have clearedup all uncertainty. The way the Know Nothings beset the Colonel, urging him to withdraw, was a caution-;Jim/ he woitl4.it 1 1 decline, ...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
-AN HONEST EXECTITIVE7 Is (iovernor Biui.KHnot entitled to the gratitude of the people for the noble stand which he has taken in defence of the purity of legislation ? The Executive who watches with sleepless vigilance the interests'of the people nnd so shapes his administration as to promote tlieir prosperity and welfare, is entitled to the favorable consideration of the public. Ob¬ jections may be made to him because he does hot coincide in opinion with this clique or that faction, but the peoplo have no favor for such objections. What they want is an Executive who discharges his thuyas a faithful and honest public servant, should, and such an one they have in the person of (iovernor Bru.eu. During-the whole campaign not a word has been said against the present State administration * and even the bitterest enemies the Governor has, dare not impeach his honesty or integrity. Why thejushould the people desire a change ? They have no such wish, and the .second Tuesday of Octobe...
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
Bear it in Mind! Let all who do not wish to be handed over into the opposition, hear in mind, that Know Nothingism is-onlyan Anti-JJascnicWbig trap, to catch unsuspecting Democrats. Tt is true that the above is denied by. the Whigs and Know Nothings when speaking with Democrats, but when Anti-Masonry was on the carpet they acted precisely the same ' way. They declared that they only opposed the -Masons, and had nothing to do with<politics. Yet in a year or two, the whole Anti-Masonic party was over with the Whigs. So it is intended to be now. They make opposition to foreigners and Catholics the groundwork of their organization, and expect to catch the unwary by this means; but in^be end tho Whig party is to have the benefit of the movement. Mark what we say. The only safe course for all lovers of Democracy and the Constitution is to stand by and vote for the regular candidates ofthe Democratic party.
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
A LAST WORD Now. then. Democrats of Adams county, a final word before the election. If you are attached to your principles—if you desire to see them prevail in the Government—if you want to avoid another mal-admiiustration of the affaire of the Commonwealth, such as characterized the .administrations of Kitrier and Johnston—if you wish to preserve our glorious old; Keystone from the euibraee of intolerant factions and coalitions—go to the Polls, and cast your votes for those stem and imdeviating Democrats. < • Bigler, Black and Mott, ' and the entire Democratic County Ticket. Oar candidates are all ' feoMest and intelligent Democrats, each one of whonTis ' worthy and deserring every vote in the county. Once more, thttn, we urge you to a fauLM discharge of your whole duty at the Polls.
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
EUM0ES. Look out for any number'brfalse reports on the-day of Election, put in circulation by the Whig Know Nothings, or Whigs and Know Nothings, and all calculated to damage the Democratic candidates. They are already at it, but the beauty of the matter is, that their ¦" rumors" are so palpably false and ridiculous as to fall of their own weight. Any candid man acquainted with the gentlemen composing thp TIciiKirrntin tir.Ui't. tnu«f nrlmit. fhnf (hf^v arc all honest, able and meritorious, against whom slander would hurl Us shafts in vain. They have all giv?n their word of honor, over their individual signtnnnuals, that they are sincerely opposed (o, and are not connected with, the order of "Know Nothings," "Sous ofthe Sires of 7G, " '-United Order of the Star Spangled Banner," or by whatsoever other name it may
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
be called. All reports to the contrary are, therefore, idle, arid of ho weight. The Whig and Know Nothing leaders having concluded to splice fortunes, are resolved on winning at every hazard; and fearing the strength of' the Democratic ticket, they are endeavoring to drag it down to tfieir own level. Hence, they hatch all kinds of rumors, to suit differentTocalities. In one place thi.-j, and in another that, i.s said, the stories being vastly conflicting, and us foolish as false.. But they won't work—the thing has been too often attempted'befoie. The Democratic ticket has the confidence of the people, and is admitted to be the best in the' 5 ' field. Let voters remember this at the Polls, and pay no attention to Whig and Know Nothing "rumors."
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
State Debt. The proclamation issued by the Governor in relation to the amount appropriated towards the liquidation of -the State debt, shows the gratifying fact that during the three years of Governor Bigler's administration, nine hundred and three thousand nine hundred anil fif. ' r/ dollars andjiflten cents of the Slate indebtedness has been paid. If we take into consideration the fact that nearly Fnur Millinrw nf Dollars ofthe people's money had to be taken to finish works which were commenced under the Whig administration of Governor Johnston, the amount of debt paid is certainly a strong and convincing proof, that the present State administration is governed by the most rigid economy.
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
'-The Compiler -^ which by its gross personalities and utter disregard for truth andjairncss, forfeited further notice on^our part,''Itc^-Star. fC7"Well. "did you ever?" The Star hammered away at the "Compiler.'" "C<.'»j;»7er. ' " in almost eveiy line, until we exposed its-duplicit}' and utter recklessness, by charging home upon our neighbors that "one of them allowed himself to be seen in Know Nothing Council meetings, in this place," and knowing that the authority upon which we made the statement could not be successfully contradicted by them,—"¦presto, change !" and, all at f/nfr,."further notice from them is forfeited .'" Fact is, thuir's is about the flattest "back down" we have seen for a loag while. But "Trirth"i3 micrhty, and will prevail.'"
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
_ ZD 'Mr. ISAAC NF,l-:i.V requests, us to say that he is no longer a candidate (or ShuriiF. ^ If ot True. It wns stated in the city papers, a few d.iys ago, that on Saturday, the oOiW ult., a Know Nothing Mayor was elected in Louisville, by DoO majority—of course by a ' combination of Know Nothings and Whigs. It now turns out that no election at all was held in that city, on that day, and that the hoax was started to have an influence on the Pennsylvania election. This is the lowest kind of tiickery, but the public may look for more of it.
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
Up and at Them! Up, Democrats of Adams ! Up for Bigler, and l'.lack, and Mott! Up for the County Ticket! Charge for.all of them from (iovernor to Coroner ! Let the cry of Bigler .ami.Democracy ring from one end of the line-to the other . ' —Koute the Whigs and every other faction and ism opposed to you. Remember you fight for Democracy and equal rights. Let there be no faltering—no wavering, while a foe is in the field- Up, Guards, and. at them !
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
TUEN. OUT .' "j^JVt hope every Detnocratjn the county will turn out, and vote the whole State and Coinity Tu'ket. from top to bottom. The candidates are all worthy, and should receive t,he wites, not only of Democrats, but of all who wish to see a fair, honest, economical and cihVient disch.irgv of ' ttuty in public officers. Remember, To-moukou-, . (.Ti : i;soav, OctOBKU 1Utu.)is Tin: lur ok ki.kctionT "
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
£_/ t-iov. Bmii.ek has so far recovered as to allow him to address his fellow-citizens on the issues of the campaign. His speech in Philadelphia, a itw evenings .since, was received with the most deafening and unbounded applause, and in a manner which most unerringly and clearly demonstrated the powerful hold which he has upon the affections of the people.
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
r--?»Pc opIe w-ho send money to the newspaper ^ office, with a request to "send the paper as long as the money lasts," are respectfully informed that, generally speaking, the money doa't last long. _C2Z"Eight tickets arc already in the field for Srafe otlirers in-New York. . >
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
Iiie l'uosi-Kcr.— The iLwXra^ Democrat say.s that in the ensuing ejection the North will do her whole duty, and more too—that Susqiiehanna county will give dov. Bigler 300 iBOFC-of-a-uiajorJty-tlian she did in 1RT>1> "' j. DEMOCRATS 0? ADAMS COUNTY! The time is upon you when you are to de-| posit your votes in the BALLOT BOX. This ' is one of the glorious privileges scoured to you j by the blood and toil of your Revolutionary j sires. It is a RIGIIT ^ iucstiinable to Freemen, and formidable to Tyrants only. Would -you exercise your dear-bought privilege in such a way as that it will servo to perpetuate and strengthen our Republican institntionsjn their pristine rigor and purity, then cast your votes for WILLIAM BIGLER, the Raftsman of Clearfield, who by his own untiring exertions and strength "of intellect has risen from being a POOR PRINTER BOY to the Chief Magistracy of this great and glorious old Commonwealth. If you desire to have the government-ofthe State...
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
^Friends BIGLEiff see to it that all arc "right and ready," to deposite their ballots /or, the W^WHr^»It>eihVl l te-TtCK:ET. DEMOCEATS, AEE YOU ALL READY? Go to the Polls early, and, let every man secure his vote in time; and that no vote may be lost, let those who have leisure see.that their neighbors are prepared to go to the Polls. AND IP YOUR NEIGHBOR Has no conveyance . to go to the election, lend him a horse, 'or get your wagon, and take him there, ^f a. vt rv irn r* *"vr rriTTrnn - AND WHEN THERE, See to your tickets. Take care that yon are not deceived. The .ticket at. tbe bead of this paper is the regular Democratic ticket. AND THAT YOU MAY NOT BE DECEIVED, Examine your ticket with care. Let no Democratic vbfer band bis ticket to the Inspector without first having examined it closely, and ascertained that it is"tterTegular Democratic ticketr - - - - . i SEE THAT YOUR NEIGHBOR Gets the right ticket, as spurious tickets m abundance, will be afloat. LISTEN NOT...
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
In the Nitith district, composed of tbe township of Fraukljn,'at-the bouse now occupied by Jacob, Stullsuiitb, in saiJ township. # .* In the Tenth district, composed #f tbe township -of Conovvago, nt the house of Jolio JJusbey, \u MoSherrystown. In the Eleventh district, coir.posed of the township of Tyrone, at the house of Samuel Surlier, in Hoidlerabarg. * , In the lVelfth district, composed * of tho townt-hip rif.Mouutj'oy, at tho bouse of Geo. Suyder, in suid towuship. In the Thirteenth district, composed of the township of ¦UounrpletiHiuit , ut tbe house of Anthony Smith, in said township, situate ut the cross roads, the ono leading from Oxford to the Two Taverns, tho other from Hunterstowu to Hanover. ' ' In thoi-Four-teeMtli district , composed of tho township of Itending^ atr the house of Jilrs. Albert, ' .in Hunipton, In the Fifteenth district, composed of tho Borough aud township of Berwick, at the la the Sixteenth district, composed of t.he township of Freedom, at t...
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 9 October 1854
A. TWO STOKV \VKATHEHBOARDED Jltk J^SSSk. a w Li v» jb 5 giSlliJS A S<o»e Bank Barn, G&c&rcS Ea Wagon Shed and Corn Olib, Spring House, TENANT MOUSE, Stable, &.•., with a neverf.iiling sjiring of water at eac'i dwelling, and an Apple Orchard on the premises. This has always been admitted to be one of the best grain-producing Farms in tlie whole neighborhood. Persons wishing lo view it arc requested to call upon Mr. F. Fickes, residing thi-reini. As the Fa/m is susceptible of convenient division, it will he offered in tw(dparts Sale to commence 11-1 o'clock, P. M., on said day, when attendance will be given and terms'made' known by JOEL B. DANNER, Ex 'r. 0^7~lf not sold on Siiid day, the Farm will be Uented for ihe term of one year. October Q , 185-1. ts " LET THE FACTS ^ BE ^ KNOWWT" THAT ABU AM ARNOLD has just returned from ihe Eastern cities, with the l.irgest an I best selected stock of goods for Viei, and Boys' we/ir ever before offered,which h...