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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

(GgS^ing ypott an saying, that a lie : pertinaciously adhered to is more likely to be believed than a weakly supported truth, the Stnr repeats the assertion "that t'wo Democrats have become members of the Know Nothings :in the same time for every one-that has left." Why% then, does it not give us the number? We challenge it now, as wedi<) fast week—and a-cpeat, that we wiJl publish the number of those - who liave withdraw r, if our neighbors will .tg, state explicitly the number of ihostnuiio have l "vsnicejoined. And we are not to be backed out w_uU tkt unmet «itl»er. If it conies to lit it, oui w-itb them, and n» dud ^ ina! Uu will find us "about," to accommodate . kui. Bmif tl«s editors of the Slur refuse to prop their sweeping ?ssertaons with pacts,- they must «ot lind fau3t with the public if it brands thwafiiUithc design m tmisrepfcscnt&udcLaxce ' " 'Produce 4u bag J"

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

¦ tt'f- — . " - *¦' _ the tJemecvatic people. ;Tbe itnpudchce bfllte insertion fh&trany portion of "the American people "obey tlie vrijl^. their master," only proves the bent <ofhis own mind. «. Aed <A« man asks tlie people to wake him '^Governor of Pennsylvania ! ®j)V Republican €ompilcv. MONDAYMOBNIXG, 8BPT. U, 1^54.

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Reduction in.the Price of Guano The following letter,- which we cheerfully publish, furnishes the gratifying intelligence that the price x>f No. 1 Peruvian Guano has been reduced to 550,00 per long ton : , r" Baltjmokb, Svpt. 1st, 1854. II. J- STAnr.E. Esq., "Compiler," Gettysburg Dear .Sir—-It affords uw great pleasure to announce lo-ypur agricultural communi-ty, that in consequence o ' f the protracted drought which has bci-n " visited on ou-r land, the Peruvian MiuiHtcr has directed Messrs. Barreda & Bro. to reduce the price of No. 1 Peruvian Guano to 850 00 the ton of 2240 lbs. I am furnishing guano at this rate, for any quantity, at " my usual charge of §1 00 per ton Camuiitision, purchasing aud forwarding. By publishing this you will oblige, Your ob't. servant. B. M. RHODES, Guano Agency, 122 \V. Lombard St., nearChas. V. S.— I Hare in store White and.Brown Mexican Guano, selected cargoes, and rich in Phosphates. Yours, &c. B. M. R.

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

[Cr-The contrast between tlie l)«nocra.tic and Whig parties. Brtysth^JVest ^ ChesterRopnblieanJs striking and peculiar. ' The Whig Press is everywhere either openly advocating the Know Nothing order, or it is timidly silent on the subject. In tho Stat© of Pennsylvania its standard bearer for the high office of Governor, is a member of the order. He has voluntarily thrown himself into the organization, either because he approves of politically emasculating his friends and neighbor, or for the less honorable purpose of gaining the votes of men whose principles he despises. We rejoice to point to the contrast between, not only tlie parties, but the candidates on this question. Our position is one founded on jastioe and. right. The. other on the shifting sands of bigotry and religious intolerance.

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

tC?*Wc asked our neighbors of the Star, last w^ k, to give us the political-complexion of the pe^Whs who originated and opened the Know Nothing council in this place. They put in an evasive r*:{tlvj..by saying ihat -'a Democrat" organized it, Ac. This is not answering our question. It takes some seven or nine, or more, to open a council,'as the editors of course know. They know also that our in¬ quiry was not made in reference to one of them only, but to the whole opening party; and their u-fusjil to answer is significant. ^'ejfeiH P lU the question in a different shape : Y\ eft they not all //"/%/»» but one, and thai one a seeker. cither directly or indirectly, after the "Umv.cs and fishes" of oflice '{ Our neighbors c.it\ inform tlxeinsclves by simply making iiujuiry auioijg those they a re con? lantlj caucusing with.

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Trouble Among Them. TT^ie Whigs of the second district, Philndelpliut. have refused to re-nominate lion. -Joseph—Il>-flj»ndlcr-f(>F-CoHg»*Sr bc<^iuxc-he is a member of the church proscribed "b y the Know Nothings, and have placed Job It. Tyson ou the ticket iti Uis stead. Mr. Chandler's friends havecnlled a town meeting, and intend '• to bring him out as an independent candidate,, [The action of the Whig convention in rejecting ¦Mr. Chandler, one of tlie foremost men in tliat party, jg another of tlje thousand and one evj-¦dences -of ibe strong A.-!low feeling which exjsl 1 . between (be leaders of Whiggery and - Jvngw..N«thingism. —But-]>robub]y- tb<r S/ur umJJ fi|ikiiu it au-av. '

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

Pollock's Organ in Pavor of Know Noth iagism. The Clinton Tribune, the paper which denied Jndgc Pollock's connection with Know Nothrnpitfni~and from which tlto Slar and other Whig papers copied—comes out-flat-footed ia •defence of the Know Nothings I As this paper was the first to speak for Judge Pollock on the subject, it is "but fair to presume that it holds a quasi-official connection with him. And it is also a fair inference, that Pollock, -discovering that he cannot deny his membership as a Know Nothing, is more than ever determined to make all out-of the Order he can, and induce it to concentrate in a body upon himself.

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

Comiuunicati^J "SINGING BIRDS'" C0KCEBT. Sbpt. StU, 18M. j, BY D. £". I. JI£HBINO. 8ire»tly and merry, Hlteddinjc Its iaflo«ne» .. BLithef}' and gay, Over the air, V>k« A njiriUi blue tyrd, Fatting like sUrbglit W^rblioc in May ; " Kvofy where. 8»nsiiUefs;r"i:!ii|£i!iKlJtrds > ; ' .... vTintimaaBdrrce, " Memoriw of cfeiMbootfa Itoivatttarxljoyrrt, InnoreutJw.un.. A* )»JfUi cat.!«,. Manhood', ini'ifiest J illOfisoaiin^ IlowerS ; Ye«. thrir j|Ia<J veicefl, ThrillM rn» witk jiIimkui-s,. KingiiiS itujleo, • £« modi tiail I 'Jica. 6<*Mir<l:i ncli ¦• Cborua TVi.«hed to Iivi- over' Uf ZejjLviV-' tome, 51 / cbililiioud ajjaia. HcrnJhv tla- breeze, Of «¦ •at«!Ipht Kiting tile, leaflets l'«u-ive aud nai, Of II««w» aad; trees. E '5(< ¦¦» »i» moinory TUo»e voice* w> glad ^ Anil tlie soft rnelud . v . Often whilst *U<eynv^ H<i«t> tovvard the sty^ - Drann I tbfir gleo. GcWl ^ v <Jispcrsto^, D.-uifiiig Ukwinoonliiilit,....

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

"Neither of Hie editors of (his paper are eonnpciert w'Mh the 'secret. association organized for political purposes, commonly called Know Nothings. '"—Star. J^'Xeiiher of them, ch ?" Recognising the rule that "men are to be judged by the company they' keep," one is led to believe that l>o//i are Kncfw Nothings—but the rule may ml in cxrry case hold good. If it be true, however, thai -neither of »be editors of the Stnr are Know Nothings, how came it that one of them ajlowed himself to be seen at Know Nothing meetings ¦ ' to-this Borough? This is aJ pUin question: There niny have been (what Know Nothings call) "traitors" about!

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

: .- ^ gjj^gjrt^ CI7*Tfee Star toviwg ixxn nicely caught in i falsehood in reference to the proceedings of tuc l)einocratK5 : C«u«Ly C« ~ inuriUee, tries lo sneak out of the fidrapc- 4iy stating that " the source of its information is precise t-woiigb nnd responsible enough ior its purposes"—bvit bUnliwisl y refrains-fromgiving«aid "source." Wdl, vve lake it-thai ibe •¦soupcc"iJt i cd not be vert/ "prc-•cjse"-or very *'re(^blJ5ible"'to-suit the •purposes «ii N ih«t-pajM»r. it can niisr^pncsent «vcrjHSij« ^ Ji^iJs_ojijk)soi1 -1q— WJjiggery"~and Know I\ ' utiwi'^s^tii Md vc*y /iuc^LmmuUJc - auiixcii v-

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

^Yellow Fever the Soiith. - Cmmmhia, S. C, Sept. ' 6—There were five deaths at Charleston yesterday from yellow fever. * The panic, at Savannah is ^ increasing, and business is in a great measure suspended. There are ninety-six stoves in the city closed. yAVAXXAii, Sept. (i.—The interments at Savannah yesterday were 23, of which 13 were victims of yellow fever. The interments for the t-mire week were 123, of which 2-i were of fever. Coi.l'Mbia, S. C:, " Sept. 6.—The deaths during the-week ending at noon to-day have beeni 41), and of yellow fever 26.

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

Barn Burnt. During'the storm on Tuesday afternoon la^t, the line large-bsru-belonging to Mr.-. David IJowninu, situate in the vicinity of Hanover, near the York road, was struck by lightning, :in<\ so rapid were the flames that before any assistance could b« had the entire 'barn, containing all bis cr«p of grain, hay, &c-, ^ere consumed. So great, was .the heat that the tire soon communicated lo the wagou shed and corn cribs erected a short di*tance from the barn, and were burnt to the ground. The loss from what we can learn uiusi be _overj53,000_; aiTH uc undcriUuJ'tlicrt; uas au iuauiauce Jt il, (M>. • ¦ . '

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

__EC?JMr. _Johx_ Ckkss, of Straban township, in ilii.s county, had a brood of chickens hatched by one ofbis hens recently, nvo of which, before they were 2-i hours old, Stepped oui and criitrfrf4ustily '.

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

vjUje itlmkets. Corrected from the latest Baltimore, York-fc Hanover papers BALTIMORE—Fjudjy ljst. , Flour, per band, $S 75 to 9 00 F Wheat, per bushel, 1 60 to 1 90 ! Rye, " . 1 08 to 1 15 , Corn, ' " 4 ' 80 to 86 . Oats, " 4f> to 50 s Clover.secd, " 6 75 to 7' T5 Timothy,. " 3 74 to 4 00 _ "Whiskey, pergalloTi, 39 to 40 ;¦ Beef Ca ' ttle, per hund., 5 50 to 8 25-i Hogs, ¦ " 5 50 to 6 75 ~ Hay, per ton, 18 00 to20 00 [ (iiiauo, Peruvian, per ton, 51 00 to52 00 ' . HANOVER—TainiSDAV LAST. i Flour, per bbl., from stores, $9 50 |" Do. " " wagons, 8 75 Wheat, per bushel,- 1 GO to 1 80 I Rye, . « - 100 i Corn, " 80 I Oats, " . . 5 ^ P C'loverseed, " 6 00 r- Timothy, " 2 50 » - Plaster of Paris, per ton, . 7 00 '" -'' _ YORK—FitiDAF Uisr. ;'- Flour, per bbl., from stores, SO 25 *; Uo. " . froiu wagons, 8 50 ; ' Wheat, per bushel, 1 85 to 2 00 : Rye, " '- 1 05 ' Cora, " __ 35 ' ¦ Oats, ' " - -. ¦ ¦ '"" ^5 i Cloverseed, " \ . ' p £0 ¦/ Timothy. " "" ** ?~- * Plaster of Paris, per ...

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Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

ASSEUBLY.; To the Independent Voters of Adams fo. -.-YIELDING to the constant importunities of very many friends, Whigs and Democrats, I hereby announce myself a candidate for election to the LEGISLATURE, independent of party considerations, and respectfully solicit the support of the Freemen of Adams county. _. JOrfN G. SLtliS. New Oxford, Sept. 4, 1854. PROHIBITION. t OFFER mvsiilf as a candidate to represent X the citizens of Adarns county in* the next LEGISLATURE. Should I receive their confidence.and be elected, 1 shall endeavor to retain their confidence by faithfully.represent' ing them to the best of my ability. 1 WILLIAM YOUNG. Mountjny tp., July 31,1854. - " •-, CLKUiiilF THE COURTS. F ELLO W-CITIZKNS :-At the reqnpst ot many friends, I a|fiitrw)ffer;myself aft a candidate for the next CLERK OF THE COURTS of Adams county, and- respectfully solicit your favorable consideration and sup* port, pledging n>yself if ejected, to discharge ihe duties of the office wit...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

From.the Ctj&Me Volunteer: An Outrage by Carlisle Kno# Nothings. On Tuesday ni ^ ht last, a3 the members of the Know Nothing order of this borough were sneaking, with stealthy steps, to their place of meeting (Education Hall.) one of our most respectable German citizens happened to be passin* saH building, when he was accosted by a half-dozen of cowardly ruffians, who demanded what he wanted ? The German, not knowing the character of the men who surrounded him, replied he "wanted nothing," then seeing the hall lit up'he .inquired what was going on 1 The Know Nothings who held him a prisoner, made no . answer to the inquiry, Lut asked him, «'what is your name, where do you live, what do you follow ?' J at the same time taking hold of the German by the shoulders. Receiving lio satisfactory answer, they shoved him violently froni them, ordered him.to be gone, and then pelted him with stones. Four times was he-strucklwith.stones, once on-the head-and three times on the body,...

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

A-LOTOFGS0BN© At Public Sale. IN pursuance of an Order of the Orphan's Court of. Adams county, the subscriber, Administrator of JOHN HOTH, deceased, will offer at public sale, on the premises, .on Snturduy, the 3Qth day of September next, the following Real Estate of saiu deceased, viz : 4 LOT OF <»Ri»UiVl>, containing 8 ACRES, more or less, situate in Butlertownship, Adams county, in the immediate vicinity of Middletown, adjoining lands of Francis Knouse, William Ureain, Henry Hartzell and others. " A portion ib in Timber. The improvements are a one and a half story Frame Uwellinpr, <fc&> Frame Stable, with' Threshing FIoo rj||jjjfH attached, Log Shop, and other oiit' 1 ''^*' buildings; an.excellent Well of-water near the door, and a fust r.ite young bearing Orchard. (r^Persons wishing to view the property are requested to call iij.nn the subscriber, residing in the same township, <or on Mrs. Roth, residing o» the lot. Sale to comm...

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

A. VALUABLE FARM, AT PUBLIC SALE. IN pursuance of an Order of the Orphan's Court of Adams counfy, the subscriber, appointed Tiustee lor thesnl«tof the Real Estate of HENKY MI'iALS, deceased, will offer at public ts.iie, on the premises, on Saturday, the 30/A day uf S/plembtr vt'xt, the following valuable UtMl.Esute of said deceased, viz : A FARM, Containing 132 Acres, more or less, situate in-Tyrmie township, Adams co., adjoining land* of Jesse Group, John. Ebert, Joseph (' -'ine and others; about; 25 acres are Woodland, part chestnut, and about 20 acres Meadow. The improvements are ^ fcgdL TWO ONE-A.ND-AHALK STOHY W ftj* ]& i^3 il j 'J ' jl ':, MOl (nne of thnn a double bouse,) a good Barn, Wagon Shed and Cum Crib, Spring House, &c. . There is a never foiling spring near ihe iiouse, and water in nearly all ttu? fields: an Excellent Apple Orchard, and Peach, Pear, Plum and Cherry trees. The land is under good fencing and excellent cultivation. — Persons wishing...

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

32333703*3 SM3 rg^HE subscriber, Executor of HENRY -B- TROSTLE, deceased, will offer at Public Sale, on the premises, on Friday, the iid day if Sfjitemlier next, the following described Real Estate A of said F deced A *ent R , viz M: r situate pnrl in Franklin and pnrt in Cumberland-township, on the Miimmasburg turnpike, 3 miles from Gettysburg, adjoining lands of Jacob Hankey, David Beecher, Jr., ° E. W. & H. J. Siahle, Widow (winding, and others, . Containing 142 Acres. about 50 Acres of which are Wnodl.md, with a due proportion of Meadow. The improve-Two- Jfsttnfk. ments are a 1 wu-ftlory JferpsSk Double Log- House, ]«m^L A GOUD BARN. AND SHEDS : jlffifija a never fiiling well of water near the dwelling, two excellent springs on the farm, also sj-i Orchard, together with Peach, Pear and Plum trees. CjCj~Persons wishing to view the firm are requested to call on the Executor, residir. "'1 in Mounijoy township, or on Mrs. Trostle, resiiling on the farm. S-ile to comm...

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 11 September 1854

POSITIVE SALE OF VALUABLE MINEEAL . LANDS. fj^HE undersigned, Executor of the lasfwill _L of ABRAHAM BIEHL, Jate of Union township, Adams county, deceased, under the direction.of the Orphan's Court of snid county, * w,iI{ offer at Public Sale, on the premises, on Friday, the -2.9th day of Septemffer rmt., the Real Esute of said deceased, consisting of containisig 96 Acres, more or Uxs, situate in Union tp., a<fjoinin;r land>« of Cl ark, Zell & Co., and forming a part of the Tract from which that whs purchased in consideration of the valuable IRON ORE upon it,and several hundred ton* of which have already been mined by those gentlemen ; it also connects with the-lands of Enoch LefevBi, and forms a portion of the same Ridge ^froujwhich there is now being taken, on both siefwof thw F.irtn, anabundance of as rich Iron Ore as can he found in the State. This ttact shows every indication of possessing great quantities of rich Iron Ore. The improvements consist of ...

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