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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

Jfcom £hc Boston Traveller. Kemarkable Freaks ofT-i ghtniiij^Ag. NKWuuim'onT, Friday, Sept. 8f . *^ | OntT of the most, remarkable feats of light- 0 nin ~ gn>Ver~ kTidirinn ~ _firs^ singular wo ever road of, happened in ByfiteW, on WednesdHy evening last, during the>thnndcr storm.- ^Ihe house of Mr. Ilonry, Rogers, located npon a Hlight eminence, entirely free from trees and shrubbery, was struck < hy lightning and almost totally destroyed, without the slightest-injury to the inmates. As nearsa we could judge, tho lightning entered the roof, near the centre, nnd tore therefrom on each sido about oncrthird part of the whole surface. The house was one story, and directly beneath this place was ft bed on which were sleeping threo children. So near were they to the roof that the bed posts of the bedstead came within a foot of'the boards, which were thrown to the ground, north and south. The charge then passed tc< the east part of the house, tearing off th...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

Select illisdlcttnij. ^ _ __ From the True Flag. THE ELITE GF ElITOWK; Or, FASHIONABLES vs. FACTORY GIRLS UrC.il'.L C.\ NT.1B. "Tn every country village, whore Ten chimney smokes perfume the air, . Contiguous ton steeple, Great gentlefolks are found, a score, Who can't associate any more ¦ With common country people. "Miss Faddle. lately from the wheel, Begins quite lady-like to fuel, And talk's affectedly genteel, And sings some tasty songs, too ; But my veracity impeach. If she can tell what part of speech Gentility belongs to." Ell town was a simple country villnge until an enterprising visitor to the place discovered the value of its water privileges, and immediate]y set up a large cotton manufactory. All at once, the place, which for ten years had been stationary, began to grow. Around the great brick factor}', with its continual wuii linjr. rose up. in what seemed to the staid inhabitants, an incredibly short space of time, a dozen boarding hotlfts, which ii» a small count...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

[t_?*T!ie (Jermnn cure for jaundice is said to be the sudden-stir of the bile by an arousal of .indignation. \_TiIlis, in oneof his lcttersfrom Idlewild, mentions the case of his brother,who called in a physician when prostratvd with tho jaundice in Leipsic, Germany. "The doctor left, promising to send in hjs prescription.— Meantime an old woman entered, who accused my brother o ' f-'Stcaling, spat" in his face, and ran out of the room ! This was tho medicine —immediately effectual—for with the vigorous start of the Wile commenced a rapid recovery." KIT*A chap out West was invited to take a hand at a-ganie'of poker—a fashionable game' with the gamblers on the Mississippi—but ho refused, saying: y_No, .than * V ye._ I played poker all one surairrer, aud had lo wear nankeen breeches all tho next winter. I have had no ^ taata for tho amusement since." ' • _ • £ OCTIn virtue's eye the good are always great, t_nrgreinri_wra_wT^-^ oi)ar ^~~

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

M*ny-\vhoiir\ve luvedare-living ——In a better world than this ; And some among.us still are giving Toil and thought for present, bliss. Let's sit down and talk together ; • Though the flowers of youth are dead The ferus still grow among the heather, And for us their fragrance shed. Life has a thousand blessing.siuit Even for the aged man; And God has hid in every minute Something we may wisely scan. Let s sit down and talk together ; • Boys we were—we' now are men ; We meet awhile, but know not whether We shall meet to talk again. Parting time has come : how fleetly Speed the t'rioments when their wings Are fann'd by breathings issuing sweetly From a tongue that never stings !

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

€\)o\tt Poctri Let's Sit Down and Talk Together Let's sit-down and talk together, Of the things of olden day, When we, like lambkins loosed from tether Gaily tripped along the way. Time has touched us both with lightness, Leaving furrows here and there, And tinging with peculiar brightness, Silvery threads among bur hair. Let's sit down and talk together : __ > Many years away have passed, i\nd, fair and foul has been the weather Since we saw each other last.

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

TERMS OF THE COMPILES K§g~Th,e Republican Lumpilcr is published every Monday niorningf by IJexrx J. Stahxe, at SI,75 per annum if paid, in advance—§2,00 per annum if not paid in advance. Xo sub: scription discontinued, unless at the option of the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. " Job Wouk done, neatly, cheaply, and with, dispatch. Sa5~Office on South ^aUtWQp street, directly opposite Wampler's TjIpllllJEstablishiiient , one and a half squares fronr1l||Court House..

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

Pennsylvania Legislature—Session. 1855 • SENATE. 1. Philadelphia city— Eli K. Price, W. A. Lrubb. 2. Philadelphia county—W. Goodwin, Levi Foulkrod, N-. B. Browne. '3. Montgomery—Ii. Fricti. 4. Chester and Delaware—/. /. Lewis. 5, lk-i ks—W. M. lliester. 0, Bucks—II. K. ' Sager. 7. Lancaster and Lebanon—J. W. Killingsr, J. G. Skiiiunn. 8. Northumberland and Dauphin—David Talari, " y * . y. Northampton and Lehigh—Win. Fry. 10. Carbon, Monroe, Pike and Wayne—J. . II. Walton. 11. Adams and Franklin—D. Mellingefy ' 12. York—Jacob S. Haldeman^. ¦ ¦ ¦ 13. Cumberland & Perry—Samuel Wherry. 14. Centre, Lycoming. Sullivan and Clinton -J. \V. Qnig-le. 15. Blair, Cambria and Huntingdon—John Cresswell, jr. 1G. Lirzcrne, Mpuntour and Columbia—C. II. Buckalew. 17. lhndlord, Susquehannaand TWomirig-t-W. M. Piatf. 18. Tioga, Potter, McKean. Elk, Clearfield, Jefferson, and F«irest--B. D< ilainlin. l'.t. Mercer, Venango and Warreu—Thomas 211. Erie and,Crawford—Jame* Skinner. 2...

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

Prohibitory Liquor Law. We subjoin the majorities For and Against a Prohibitory Liquor Law, as far as received-— Eighteen counties remain to be heard from. The vote will probably be close : For. Jlgainst. Schuylkill, * . 289G FraiTFTIin, 702 Wayne, ¦ n. . . COO Northampton, ^v 3692 LeJ j igh',. T . . ¦ 3957 L^n'on ", ' 1C93 Curabt-iland, • 884 Dauphin, ¦ . 078 Bucks, 2101 MitTHn, 416 Philadelphia, • 4860 Huntingdon, ' 875 Chester, 1678 Northumberland, . 756 York, 3508 Lancaster, ¦* 3433 Centre-, 567 Perry/ 633 Betks, ¦ - 7988 Allegheny, 5980_ Westmoi eland, 110 Washington, 2000 Union, ._ 1174 Delaware, ' 129 Adams, . 1318 Montour, 38 Fayelte, "" 2090 Su.sqtiehanna, 1115 Bedford, 1109 Fulton, * 400 Carbon, 414 Blair, 1110 Bradford, 2G81 Erie, 1260 Monroe, - 1144 Montgomery, 1970 Cleaxtield, 3<53 Venango, * 1014 Beaver, 864 Lawrence, 1022 Armstrong, * 032 Crawford, 849 Columbia, , . 37 Greene, 594 Cambria, 33 Total,- # 314o3 40886 Present majority against, 9,433. Congress...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

Serenade to Governor Bigler At about 10i ojclocfeoirMondny evening, a large parly of musicians and citizens assembled in front of the Merchants Hotel, Philadelphia, '' for the purpose of serenading Gov. BiGLBE. and disco . u rsed most excellent music. After singing in a very excellent manner several soul-stirring airs, the Governor was introduced to the audience, and 'de livered an nddrcssi which, though sliort. ' was, remarks the Penmylvanian, one of the most appropriate, effective and eloquent speeches we have" ever heard, and was frequently interrupted by loud demonstrations of app lause. The Governorjlinnked the audience for the demonstration which appeared before him. It was a very common thing for a successful candidate-who bad honors to bestow, and a long official career before him, to be thus greeted, but it wasWisual for one who occupied his position, which was rather that of a setting than a rising sun, to be thus greeted. He bad endeavored to . discharge his off...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

[CT'Col. Hknby S. JjrlbTT.—Read the manly and convincing letter of Col. Mott, on our first page. It knocks the charge of Know Nothingism preferred against him by whig editors "sky high." _ ¦ JCT^A ttention is directed to the advertisenient, in another column, headed " Landholders, Take Notice." fCT^On the 7th of November, New York, 3$e ~ yr' Jersey, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin, are to elect 54 members of Congress. tE7"The Governor of Kentucky, like the GovernorofMaine, has designated the 30th of November as Thanksgiving day. [CT^The Washington Monument Associationhave exhausted their funds, and require immediate assistance, or the enterprise will be abandoned. Snow in Canada.— A gentleman from Montreal* via the Atlantic ami St. Lawrence Railroad, reports that in the vicinity of Sherbrook Canada, on Monday, -the snow was four or five inches deep, and somewhat impeded the progress of the cars. 0 > TheWoinansHight.s Convention was, last "week, in session in Philade...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

TlIK ItHSCLT 1N; FPlUI.ADEU'llIA. KllOW Nothings are fast declining in Philadelphia. The Democrats appear to have beaten them in a fair fight, while the Whig " putty has been completely absorhed in the new organization. Nearly all the county offices have been filled by Democrats, while it is evident, from a comparison of the various votes, tha't the. Know Nothings-voted for the Natr^ eriutd Whigcandidutqs for every oiKce. "*"*' It will thus appear that the movement is going out of date in the East, while it is just beginning to bo the fashion here and in the central counties. It will hardly last longer than the'full style of hats, even in this region. The few members of the order, who have-found it their first and last step in the wny to power, have been peculiarly fojrtunatc.—Valley S pirit. (CT^The people of this State will, before many months roll round, curse tho miserable dema¬ gogues who have deceived them at ihe late election, and induced them to forsake that tried frie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

3Ei)C Republican Compiler _,_, — .GETTYSBURG, EA MONDAY MORNING, OCT 23, 1854. , Latest Kews. ! BT SATURDAY SIGHT' S MAILS. — The steamer Africa arrived at New York on Friday. She brings the extraordinary intelligence that Sebastopol is not taken, and that the reported destruction of the Russian fleet'is false; but that ISebastopol was being invested by the allies, and that the Russians are hemmed in all sides. — Ii is reported that the remains of Sir John Franklin and his companions have been found, to the northwest of Fox River. They were starved to death in the spring of 1852. — The complete official vote of this State shows a majority of 3,000 Against a Prohibitory Liquor Law. — Gov. Bfgler has appointed Thursday, the 30th of November, as a day of Thanksgiving in Pennsylvania. * *' — The Catholic pr iest who was tarred and feathered at .Ellsworth, Maiue, has since died from the harsh treatment. Aneffort is being wade io bring the guilty parties to justice. — The Cholera ...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

The Arctic. The latest intelligence we have . in regard to MgUig * jfate of,.die passengers-and crew of the IplPie , is 5 that Captain Luce and nine others were picked up by the ship Cambria and carried into Quebec. Theuarrativeof^CaptrrLtice is very affecting. When the ship went down, lie sank with bis son in his arms, arose to the surface, and again sank. Before reaching the surface the second time, in his struggle upward, he had lost hold of his son, but the child also arose, and when the captain was in the act of attempting his rescue, he saw him struck by a portion of the paddlu-box and killed. It is believed that ever woman and child on board perished.

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

A Mistake.—The Penmyhaninn classes the Member of the Legislature elected in this countyas "Ind. Dem." This is a rank-blunder. ' Mr. McClean was the regular nominee of the Democratic County Convention, nndnlueted as such. The Whigs and Know Nothings wore combined against, and left nothing undone to defeat, him—but "it was no go." Will the Pennsylvanian .please correct ? The election of Democrats is so rare in this county, that we don't feel at all disposed to be robbed of the g lory when we do succeed. "Little Adams," recollect, is one of the "greeu spots in the desert'' this season.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

TlIH OCTKAGE " O.V A t. ATHOLK" PKIi-.ST IX U\ixjs.—The Bimgor Men-my confirms 'he tU-fjwtch announcing that the Rev. Mr. Bupst, a German Catholic priest, had been laritd and feathered and rode on a mil, at Ellsworth, Ml-. He is stationed at Bangor, but was on a visit at the time to P^I Is worth, where he-was formerly pastor, and where lie had been engaged in a controversy aVxiui the public schools. The Mercury s-ays the cuiU-sige was committed by a few of ihi' tiio.st-uotoii(>i:.s rowdies of the citv, au^rai-rrrHJrc-TUiqx'rtable citizens indignantly denounce the auihojs oi'it. Highly Important from Europe, i SEVASTOPOL CACT(.'KKfhA.\D7N Ff.AMES.—liREArj-FI'I, LOSS OF MFi{. TWENTY-EIGHT THOUSAND KILLED. f£7"The ' American mail steamer Baltic arrived at New York on Monday last, with three days' later advices from Europe. The accounts are of the highest and mogr. thrilling- importance. Trfe allied forces have attacked and carried Sevastopol, ' completely routing the Russi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

sd>\v steamship Osprey, from St. Juhn.s-, N. F./ihe 17th inst., contrary to general expectation, brought no fuithcr.tidings relative to the passengers of the ill-fated Arctic. The only remaining hope, therefore, is that some of the missing passengers may have bci-n re.scued from pieces of the wreck by pasMiijj vessels, which have not yet reached any port,, or that have gone to Europe. /

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

the paddle bos in company with eleven Others. One, however, aoon left f»r another piecei anj others remained until relieved by death. We stood in. the water up to our knees, the sea frequently breaking over us. \Ve separated from--our friends of the wreck, and passed -the night, each expecting " every hour to be his last. . The morning came, but not a living soul could be seen^utour own party,consisting <»f seven men. About noon Mr. S. M. Woodruff, of New ° York, was re¬ lieved by death, and all the others now be^an to suffer severely from the want of water except George L. A.llen and myself- Night at lasi came on, thick and drearVi <yithonr mtnr|« tmrte up that neither of us would see the light of another <lav- Very soon three more of our suffering party-were relieved by death, and M r; Allen, a young man and myself, wer,e a |l that were now left, and were much exhausted. We slept lor a while during the night, and became somewhat refreshed. ~ "About an ho...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

OPENING OF EVER GREEN CEMETERY AND Sale of Stiii'ial ff.ols, Onllh November, 185-1. npHE President and Managers are gratified JL to be able to announce that ihe*l>PENING CEREMONIES of Ever Gr.-en Wernetery will occur on 'Fncsday, the Ilk dug of November next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., upon ih« Cemetery Grounds. Addresses will be delivered, an j 4 there will t»e other exercises appropriate to the occasion, .The ' .Music will be under, the superintendence of Prof. A. J. Potteiikield, with Urn aid of liia vocal corp?. On the same dmj, at 1 o'clock, P. M., there will be a Safe of i.uis. The Company have had the services of an excellent Rural Architect, who has furnished a complete and beautiful plan, and laid out the Grounds into Avenues, Walks,-Lots, &c. .Vbout IO0O LotH have been marked upon the grounds. The Cemetery presents many attractions—it is conveniently situated arnl very commodious, ihfi view is ^ very extensive—the scenery ilie finest in this region, -embrac...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

COURT PttOC8j.-t Tl \TI*»IV.. \\rHEREAS the lion. IJobkkt .1. Fisiibf. . T ¥ President of the several Con us ' of Common Pleas, in the Comities composiit" the 19 th District, and Justice of the Courts of Over and Tenniner, and General Jail IJ<:livpry, for the trial of all capital and otht-r ofTrmiers in the sa;<{ disirici,and Samuel H. Wus^ur.L and John Maginley. Ks<]s. Judtics ol the (' ourtsol (' ornmon *PI(M»,'and Justices of Uif Couris ot Oyer and 'IVnniner, anu tii'iier.il Jail D. livety, for the trial ot nlI capital and other olTViuiers in the County of Adams—have issued ilteir precept bearing, date tli<j 23d day of Au<r«ibt. in the year of our Loud ont UiousandKiuh t liuixlrtid and filiy-lbiir, and to me directed, lor holding a Court of Common Pleas, and General Quar¬ ters Session? of the Peace, and General J.til Delivery, and Court of Over and Teniihier, at (.iaiys\nTrrr,~OTi-Mvnday-. ~ tkc-2Wli dity nf A'<-». next—Notice is Here...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 23 October 1854

VALUABLE- FARM AT PUBLIC SALE. THE Subscriber, Executor- of PETER FERREE, deceased, will offer at Publiu Sale, on the premibew, on Friday, November •01, 1851, the following Hoat ¦julalti ot said deceased, viz: late the IIowe Place of Mr. Fcrrce, situate in Tyrone township, Ailiinis county, adjoining lands uf . Ani.ori Myprs, Jacob Ferree, Jacob Arntsbetgcr, and others, containing 252 ACB182S, .^iOIlK OR L.KSS, having largo proportions of Woodland 'and Meadow. The improvements consist of A TWO 8TOHV WKATHEIIBOAHDED i^T^L h o tj amnk Mi . s> ; av uj *» 9 B&liiiSfc A Slojie Ilunli Il-.urn, W?$*mM , Wa«ron Shed and (' orn (' iib, Xprinf House, TENANT HOUSE, Suble, &c, with a ncverl'.iiliiig spriug-Rf-watRr at eac'r dwelling, and an Apple Orchard on the premises. This has alwayt been admitted to be on« of tlie best griiin-produciti}! Farms in (lie whole neighborhood. Persons wishing to view itare requested to call upon Mr. F. Fiuki'H, residing thereon. Ah tlt...

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