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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Destructive Fire. On Friday evening, 6th inst., between 7 anci 8 o'clock, our citizens were startled by Lhe alarming cry of "Fire !" It was found to proceed from tho barn of Mr. George C. Stiickliouser, on York Street, which in a few moments wa« in a blaze and pa.stsaving. It was entirely destroyed, together with all his .grain and hay, two horses, and a calf.—The " fire had progressed so far before it was discovered, thnt the animals conl(l not be reached. ITie fire extended to the Rtnblcs of Mrs. Schick and Mrs. Herritcron the east, a . ndr Mr. Kuriz on (he west—all of whicti'werc destroyed. A snwill building of Mr. TroseP.s, next to Mr. Kurtz's, was partially injured, and there the fire was nrresk'd.—Among other property destroyed in the buildings, was a valuable Carriage of Mr. Andrew Schick, together with a large amount of Carriage stuff. The evening was ' perl'ec'.ly calm— whii-h w:\s a- most fortunate circumstance/ We learn that Mr. Strirkhouser had efiected an insnnince ...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Majorities for Governor. The returns are very incomplete. The following only have reached us: BiuLitu. Pollock. " vAdams, . 31 Alle<rheny, . 5000 Herks, " 3100 Hurks, . 100 Blair, ' 1000 Oarbon, 200 Ceiitro, 3(0 Chrstttr, 1500 Clinton, ¦ / 300 Columbia, 800 Cumberland, . 1000 Dauphin, . - liJOO Delawig;, 7" )(i FnmMin, 870 FTuuiJn^iion, R00 Lancaster, 6000 Lclianon, 1000 l.Hiiuh, '200 Ln/.ernp, . 00(1 Lvc<>iiiiivr 4 300 Alunftr oinory, <f00 Moniiur250 ., Monrof, 1-5(10 Northampton, 400 Northumberland, 100 Puny, ' " 8(Ki Philadelphia. ' 31-23 Pike, 500 .Scliuylkill,, . 1600 . Susnut'ha ' una, 700 Union, . 1500 Wsiynp, 450 Wes'iiKireliind, 800 York. ' ¦ " 70 Pollock's probable majority is variously es tjinatcd from 12,000 upwards. Motl's niaj reach 75,000—and Black's will be large. The Legislature is in doubt. The Demo' crals lose a number, but gain others—whcthei enough remains to be Seen.

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Democratic meetings. The Democrats of the Borpugh and vicinity rallied in their strength at the Court-house, on Friday evening, the 6th inst., and organized by calling Josiaii Bennkr, of Straban; to the Chair; Capt. Isaac Lihiitnkr, of Mountjoy, Samukl Spangler, of Mountpleasant. II. A. Hager, of Emmitsburg, and Solomon* Pow"krs, i of Gettysburg, were appointed Vice Presidents; Ross'White, of Freedom, and Jacob Siibaiw, ¦ of Geltylfbnrg. Secretaries. The meeting was addressed, by Wilson" Rkhj.y, Esq.. the Democratic candidate for Congress, and Capt. Jacor Zlw;i-EK,of ilarrisburg, in a most eloquent and convincing manner, eliciting the hearty applause of their numerous Democratic listeners. The speeches were on all hands pronounced "first rate." . • —The Democrats of the ISnrough assembled at " the house of II. 1). Watti.es, on Monday f±cvening last, to make arrangements for the -election: Jacou Ctn.r Chairman: Jacob Kaufman*, Dounr^vs Taylor ^ J<)skpii' hisiiKn, and Sa.mi...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

A Good Riddance. "VJJicn we look upon the colunwi led by Wm, Biki.kk. in the last canvass, and sec how many true men have stood firm in the tempest of fanaticism, we feel proud of ottr noble part} 7 — prouder far than if the flag of dishonorable victory had floated overits ranks. But. we feel proud for another reason. We have been relieved from the pestilential association of a few reckless, dishonest, and corrupt men, who aspire to be leaders in the Democratic party, and who have at last shown the public the treachery they have long cherished in secret. We allude, now, to such men. as Jleaft Frazer, of Lancaster, and Duvid H'ilmtifa of Bradford, the one the avowed and pledged all}' of the Know Nothings, the other the volunteer friend and advocate of Pollock, the Whig candidate for <Jovcrnor. We thank them for their candor— the)' have at last relieved the Democracy of a burden. No longer can they be quoted against a part}" they have betrayed, as the advoc.ites of the men ...

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

C27'The Whig and Know Nothing candidate for Mayor of Baltimore, has been chosen by a majority of 27-11, and the Councils contain a majority of the.same stripe. The Whigs had no"//7/jif candidate, but all fell into the support of Know Notliingism. Ct^ 'All the Know Nothing nominees"for Congress in Massachusetts arc either ]f'hi^s or Frie Sutlers. The entire cloven foot is now sticking out. "All who run may read,' without excuse for error, the /n-i»of of the position taken by the Democratic presses, that Whiggery and Know Nolhingisnv are one and the same. ~ But, never despair ! "T,here is a good time coining." The Democratic party may, once in a while, be defeated, but it will ng.tin rise up in its strength, and master every foe. We have confidence in the "second sober though' , ot the people. It has always heretofore broiTght-rhcuiTightrnml it-wHl-do-so again. "Trust in God, ajidkeep your powder-dry." [Cr"lt is ascertained that the I toys in -Brooklyn, N. V., have been in the h...

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

The Pennsylvania Election. Piiii.ADKr.l'in.v, Oct. 12.—The returns from the Slate indicate the election of the following members of Congress :—First district, Florence, democrat; second district, Tyson, whig : third district, Millward, " whig; fourth district, Brooinc, " whig and American ; iifih district, Cadwalader, democrat; sixth district, Ilickman, democrat; seventh district, Bradshaw, whig ; eighth district, Jones, democrat; ninth district, Roberts, whig : tenth district, Kunkel, whig; eleventh district, Campbell, whig; twelfth district. Fuller, whig : " thirteenth district, Packer, democrat ; fourteenth district, (irow, democrat; fifteenth ' 1 district, Pearcc, democrat; sixteenth district, Todd, know nothing : seventeenth district, Robison, whig ; eighteenth district, Cuvode, whig ; twentieth district, Knight, whig ; twenty-first district, Ritchie, whig; twenty-second district, Purviiince. whig; twenty-third district, Allison, whig: twenty -fifth district, Dick. whig. Al...

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Fatal Accident. On Thursday week, as two laborers, named Shk. U.KNiiKiKiKii and Smith, were engaged'in a stone quarry on the land of Aiiraiiam Smith:, in Washington township, York county, immediately on-the Adams county line, an eTiibankfnent caved in, completely burying Mr. ShtllenbiTger beneath, and killing him" instantly. His. lifeless bodv was taken out about two hours afterwards. Mr. Smith was also severely injured. Serious Accident. ^Vy As the procession of the Opposition, on Friday evening last, was passing along Baltimore street, the horses attached Mr. Fkhcl"- son's bark wagon ran off, and the driver, Mr. William 'IVkxkk, was thrown violently to the ground, and very seriously injured. [CKtv- Dr. ScriMiTKKK, for many years pastor of the Lutheran church at York, (father of llev. Dr. SchmuckiTof this place,) died in "Blair county, on Monday last, at an advanced age.

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

CC^ TA't it be kept in mind that in the late contest the Democratic party had . to contend against every faction. Whi ggery, Xativei.Mii, Know Notliingism, Fiee Soilisin, Abolitioni.sm, and every other i&in tlmt could muster a vote against Governor Bk»li;ii. [L^Leading Whig Know Nothings now admit thatoiic of their principal objects was the defeat of the Democratic party. Keep this fact in tnernOiy ! C/ "K' v(. 'ry Democrat who allowed hiaiM'U'to l>e cheated into voting for the Know Nothing Whig candidate for Governor, allowed his vote t« couut ju.st tWfj a^jainsl the "^oo d old Democratic cause." tC? The bbip t>. t>. Bishop Tocently cleared from San Francisco, California, for N. York, with 12,000 bushels of wheat and barley on -board , u»d mother Vc-^1 took about the s^.ne •quantity to England. This promises to be air imiiitnse trade ere long.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

,. rwa_r S^E^?^s. " ; v: - ~" ^^^^KBSjBpB^B^SSSSi" j ',^i$^v t-S5^§k ¦ ' driic Ucpublican- Compiler. GETTYSBURG, PA. ^ MONDAY MOKNIN'G, OCT. 10, 1854. [£_/ => \V.c are under obligations to Hon. Wm. II. Kxtktz, for a copy ' of the Smithsonian Report 0__7*Mr. Jacob Littlk, sen., has been appointed Postmaster at the Two Taverns, in the room of B. Snyder, resigned. , . .

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Prohibition. The following are reported and official majorities on. the question of Prohibition : Fun. Aua 'ixst. Adams, 1348 Liineiihter - 2000 York, ._ . , 35GS l'lnladclphia, 5500 Clfesier, • ( J, r »0 Delaware, 227 Franklin, 702 Dauphin, mi() Northampton, • 400.0 Beiks, 4; - )U(j Lt-high, • io(){) Cumberland, 11(1(1 Westniortdand, -iuoil The majority ngninst a Prohibitory Liquor Law in the Stale, will, it j h supposed, be very heavy.

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

i Dkatii of Mks.Stkvkxs.--Mrs.Surah Stevens," , mother of the .lion*. Thaddeus Stevens, of Lan-j caster, departed this life at her residence in; tl'eacham, Vermont, on Thursday week, in the p 'Jth year of her age. j [T7 f The <«overnor of Maryland has appointed Thursday, the 2od of November, as a day of Thanksgiving. - Skvkx llrxnr.Ki) Siikkp Drowxep.—The Ilarrisburc Ilernld states that on the 3d inst. a drover undertook to drive about nine hundred sheep across the. Susquehanna river, near Li vcrponly-Pa r and lost.seven hunt(red of t hem. The citizens went to the rescue with boats, and with a great deal of dillieulty succeeded in rescuing about two hundred.

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

[CT'Thc Know Nothing Whigs had a sort of a procession on Friday cvuningTast, and on their banner was inscribed "Frieild-tof Civil and Religious Liberty"!" Truly, this was addinghyfncrhy to insult. Satan inTeproving sin did not act more despicably false. Af ^ ter marching around the town, they halted in front of Capt. Kurtz's residence.. The Capt. addressed them, and so did Mr. Campbell—Wm. B. McClellan did the same at Shively's. The speakers, we arc told,,appeared >. -e/» a.nxious to show, in the Isicc ' Tof overwhelming facts to the contrary, tlmt the Democratic paity. which has so earnestly fought the Know Nothings, is itself the Know Nothing.parly! lint that humbug w&s 'lon shallow, and wouldn't take. ~ ^v-y again, gentlemen. - 4*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Opposition Trick. Tho following, in the shape of a printed handbill, was posted up throughout the town of iVtfrsburg. (V. S.) on the morning of the election. We publish it just to .show the reckless desperation of the Opposition in that quarter: • < .'•!_7~1>EM«>CKAT! '. I-OOK AT THIS! •^M<)^1¦;^ iMcCl.KAX "Ts pledged to vote for tiie bill authorizing the Commissioners of Ad:un-s countv to guarantee the bonds of the Gettysburg Itailroad for SlUO,-Ol'O—all of which wilj have to be pa^f by- the property lioldeij; in the coautv." "Democrats. £_/ =*V(ite for Wilsox, "aud all's right;''

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

J?lon4d, Election: Coi.fMniA, October 10.—The returns from Florida indicate a complete Democratic triumph in that Slate, ' by"increased majorities. Leon r:ounl3 r gives Giles Maxwelf, the Democratic candidate for Congress, 8G majority ; Wa-Iulla, Maxwell "36 majority ; Jefferson, Maxwell 242 majority ; Madison, Maxwell G8 majority. The entire majority for Maxwell is about 500. The Legislature is strongly Demoeratic.

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

[fj-'O]\\o and Indiana have been carried by tho Whigs, Anti-Nebraskaites, Free Soilers, Know .Nothings, "and so on, and so on !" There seems to be a storm of fanaticism and intolerance prevailing; but as a calm is sure to succeed the hurricane, we are Bopeful of a speedy redemption.' Samuel (Jalloway, Whig, formerly of this place,' is elected to Congress from the 12th district of Ohio.

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

<;<>i.t> in Vkumoxt. — The Vermont Mercury snys that during the past week gold has been wa*hed from the sand of a strcn-.n in Plymouth, and the yieldof the washing has been so considerable ns to render it probable that a -profitable busfness may bc_niade on t, of i t, . rT^'Morc specie going!!!!!!"—Jdams Sentintl.

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

to the "Order. They Were instructed" to Keep n diligent watch over the polls, and tosftestroy all the Uemocrntio ticket they possibly can. . The returns of the ballot ting in the Lodges of the State are as follows : For James Pollock, over Bradford, 32,000 jtrajority. " . .^JFor H exrt S. Mott, over Spiceb, 6,000 majority. / . • . " For Thomas H. Baiod, over Smyser, 2500 majority. . • - The pass-word.to obtnifl admittance to the Stnte Council, during the session , was "Ticon--dowiga.'' l^ie-^i^e^P^-sid&at-faniisheiL the delegates and sitting members with the password. - ' The new pass-words for the Subordinate Lodges were furnished to the Presidents of each Lodge, or a proper member of each Sub^ ordinate t/idge delegated to receive them. They are as follows :— "Tn place cf "TR-ATTORS," as formerly published hy the Pennsi/hanian, is substi ' tut<?d "P.EACE." At the second doorfmpT3ee"fif v 'BEAV ARE," is "FOREVER," and "BUNKER HILL" for "21." Second degree, in plac...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

Convention ', it will be perceived, adjourned from one place to another in escape the repucler of the Pennsylnanian; but it .seems he went with them—and no sooner had they separated, supposing everything to have been done snugly and secretly, than they .were startled by the anncarancc of nn Extra Pcnnsylvaniau, with the subjoined EXPOSURE! . • ~ - The Grand State Council of Know-Xothings met in this city on Tuesday, the 3d of October, 1854, at 10 o'clock, A. 3J. After several unsuccessful attempts to organize, the Convention adjourned till 1 o ' clock, P. M. a Ai-cEiisoos Session, 1 o'clock, P. M.— Convention re-assembled in the Franklin Hall, in Sixth street, below Arch. " ' A member stated that it was necessary to adjourn to the room of,the American Mechanics, inasmuch as there misht be a- dozen reporters of THE PEXNSY.LVANIAN present; that the disclosures already contained in that paper, were of such a ^ character and so near ihe truth in their details, that it has become a m...

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

vzii timmi TT7"E are pleased to announce to onr rnnny TT frit*nds and customt-rs/ lii.ii w . « iire pr, . ( ):irpd to <,fl(.r the CHOICEST ASSORTMEN'I* OF ( iOODS ever opened in thecminty. We have been-eii:il>l«d to pureli.ise our Kal! Stock iit sucl) prices as have never Ijrfor'p be<»n lieitnl of, and \vt: clialli-niji 1 tlie county to produce a larger & more general assortment of Fall iisid Winter €>iou<Ny or at~ffs low a price as we offer them to the public. For quality and cheapness, we assert that our present slock c.iimot be <<ju;illed in the county, and to prove our assertion we invite the people to come aud judge forllii'inselves—confident that llieir verdict will sustain us iu our ellons to lurnisli them witli tlm - CHE.-iPKST JNII BEST GOODS. Coburgs of all colois, French Merinos, cheaper th in ever known ; IJebage Alpaccr), Minis Oeliime, ( ';t«!iinerp, Alpacca, Moluiir Lustre, Urocyile, ciieipest Ulitck Sil...

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Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 16 October 1854

OPENING OP EVER GREEN CEMETERY ^ AXD ¦ Sale of* 1Iuri:iI t.ots, On 1th Nutemher, 1854. I^HE President and Manasiers are gratified . to be a .ble to announce tlr.it the OPENING OKRKMONlKSof Kver tireeu tow te : ry JwJJl^ccjLr__oji_TuM(/«yj_/Aejr/A AiyJif November next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., upon the Cemetery Grounds. Addresses will be delivered, and there will be other exercises uji|>ro~ prmte to the occasion. The Music will he under the superintendence,of Prof. A. J. Pottehkield, with the ;ml of lijs vocal corps. On the same day, nl 1 o'clock, P. M., there will be a JS.iletjf Lots. The Company have had the services of an excellent Rural Architect, who has furnished a complete and beautiful pl. ' .n, and laid oui tlie Grounds into Avenues, Walks, Lots, &c. About 1000 Lots have been marked upon the "rounds'. The Cemetery presents many aliraclionR—-it is conveniently situated and very commodious, the view is very extensive—the scenery the finest in this region, emb...

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