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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

TKE FIRST FALL OF SHOW Seiee/ fodHj . ' BT JAMES BCS3KU. lOWBU.. . The siiow had begun in the gloaming, And busily all the night, ; Had been heaping field and highway With a silence deep and white. Every pine and fir and hemlock, , Wore ermine too dear for an Earl; And the poorest twig on the elm tree W«s rigged inch deep with pearl. '¦From sheds new-roofed with Carrara, Came Chanticleer's muffled crow; .. The stiff rails were, softened to swan's down And still fluttered down the snow ^ ,. I thought of a mount in "sweet Auburn, ^ Where a lifUe headstone stood; ' tftw tf\e flakes were folding it gently, . At ¦did robins the babes iu the wood. i ¦ Up spoke our little Mabe),-&tring, "i'ather, who makes the snow; tn And'I told her oft*>e good All-Futher, Who cares tor us below. " - Again I looked at the snow fall, •''"-. And thought of the leaden sky i That arched o'er our first "great sorrow, When that mound was heaped so high. I remember the gradual patience •...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

i^i^--w".Si{.cfl»fe THE HOUSE IK THEFOBESX- "N. A TALE OF SECOND «IGHT.\ \ I Abridged from the German of Stoliicg. *' It is nearly sixty years since the events I ;n'm-now about to relate took place. I was . ilien'in" my third year at the University of iGottingen. and a^ merry, idle, thoughtless lad :I was. Of course I had my acquaintances: |both among the'students 'anrl the .townsfolk! ! jbut .there were only two whom I could coiv j fide in ; one of them was a Scotchman, named I Macdouald—theothera" German, named Lau-1 irenberg. They were both students. -¦ ! , It \vas\a summer vacation, atid we three I ; resolved \ p luak&a pedestrian tour together. jSo, aftersome discussion, we dicided on visl ;iting the great Thuringien forest, and one fine morning off we set. We had scarcely got beyond the town, when Macdor.ald be«an to urge us to return, insisting that one- at least of the party would never see Gottingcn a^ain His evil prophecy seems to have been founded upon wha...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

PEB80HAI, APPEABAHCE OF WASHS ^Tihgto*. ; From "Tlie Republican Court, or American Society iu the Days of Washington," the following is copied: \ ' ¦ From thb note-b«w>lv of the late Mr. Horace B.mncy Wallace, of Philadelphia, I am permitted to transcriy a record of some con versations yrith his mother^ Mrs. Susan Wnllace, in which that lady, so eminent for whatever u beautiful^ind noble in her sex, disclosed her recolletitions of Washington's Jiabits, and manners. ;On the jremoval of the Government to Philadelphia, Mrs. Mary Binney, mother of Mrs. WallaceI.resided in Market street, opposite to jGeneral Washington's-^- the door of her house a few paces further east. It was the Gene'al's custom, frequently, when the day was fim, to come out to walk, attendby his secretaries, Mr. Lear and Major Will tarn Jackson—o ie on each side. He always crossed dinietly over from his own door to the sunny side of the street, and walked down. He was dreised [in black; and air three w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

THE INDIAN STEATAGEM. i J |At the time of the French and Indian.Wars, Jtjhb American army was encamped on the ; plains of Chippewa. Colonel ;St. Clair, the j^immander, was a brave and meritorious ofH-!^er, but his bravery sometimes; amounted to j rashness, and' his enemies have! accused him ; Of. indiscretion. In the present instance perhaps he may .have merited the accusation, for the plain on which he was encamped was bdrdered by a derise .forest, from which the inidian scouts could easily pick! of the senti-;ne,ls without: in the least exposing themselves ;<di danger. ' ' . r ' i j j iFivei nighis had passed, and every night the |e|itiiiel who stood at a loiiely out post in the yipinity of the forest, had beclir shot; and ^hpse repeated disasters stru'clc such dread sjinong the remaining soldie^that no one would come forward to offer to iake the post, arid the commander, knowing;itwas only throwing men's lives away, let if stand a few nights unoccupied. * ? j ,} ,At ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

KEI8S-KRINGLE AND SANTA-CLAU8. . From; the Morning Herald. mr. HiDitor:—-it would- perhaps be inte* resting to some of your.young reader to know who these personages are, and howthey came to- bear such tilled They arenone other than our Savior and pur great id*. versary I ^ ' \ Kriss-Kfingle is -an odd way.of"spelling the German, term Christ-kindel \ (more prop: erly Christ kindlein) which sigiiifles The little-child Christ. In almost every German family -you m^iy find at thisr'season a christmas-tree glittering with spranglev )ianging full of papers, and little angels made ot flour and sugar—under it are spread around all ^ manner of presents"'for the children, and in the midst there is a'¦minature stable, with sheep, cows, and a manger, in which lies thtr veritable Kr'ss-Kringle—by no means'"»• fabulous personage.*' - Hard by,: upon a frowning eminence,-you may observe a flock: of sheep with their shepherds.. Oh Christmas eve the papers are lit, and by the ringing of a bel...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

SPIEITTiAL COMinrHICATIOHS. i' DoesticU«r has nad a visit iromitne sptin <;f his- deceiscy dog, Pluto, accompanied i y the ghpstsi of [divers members of the! canine, and fej.tnpj rnW. The mysterifjtjs visitaht .was en|lvw;ed with,the powers!of!speech, ai d discoursed jto his astonished qubtiddtu mastir .as follows ?• I •; - • i_' ¦ -[ i . • [¦ ; _" KtTow,;'ji|ieh of earth, that shadriwy horses still throng;yqur streets, harnessed to intangiblc drags' iaijd to incorporeal express wag->ns, and;stijl|toilfully draginnumerablc threScent' stfigesj^-they stil live in! vottr stablfis, jgraze in yqur; pastures, and drink at yo|r Spumpsfi-diHers. malignant though tmsedh, still Ias!|i tjiL>ir[uhfea] sides with their cutting whips,ulitiljtjhoy become overcoirio with ghas^ ,ly ire, |4nd;lviciously kick, over! their spectral* traces-ffdefuhct racers still hatint the scenes of their, former triumphs—skim with feet uTi-;sIkkI; round' \h$ inside track, and scornfullj-. tu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

To the Patrons of tlie Eepnblican, - j Aj was announced r.sveral veelcs cj'K-N »". l»e i lWpectns for the publication; of a new weekly paper \ to tie called the L>d-p.>ut,:<t,/lep,c'AieaH, the sub- j scrib'or has assc>ciat.is0u.nsc!l>hh Mr, H. II. In :Ur ; i:i 5:s editoiial ni.i«3fi.-inent. and custom requires a formal .introduction and « bucf" 'statement of his VioWS. " . , : r '' „v ; It is well known, that he ha.* aUv,iys-.iR!tod with the Democratic party tn this county',' having for several years-published a Democratic paper, and over since labored with zeal and honesty! of purpose for thejadvanecraentof those principles which he believed to be just and conducive to the honor and prosperity-of the country. But an important crisis lias arrived^- ; the recent elections have decided that the old parties, tinder whatever name thev niav have-Imcn Organized, are all.superseded, and a new and'distinct brganjralion is required by. the people.) ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

CORRESPONDENCE. ; ^ |^«U"'M^. " -_ I ¦ A Word in Behalf bf the PoorCbiiaren!of •i ,- ' |r ¦. "New York- : I i ' ; It i* a|>t easy for tho.je who enjoy the comfort* of |a quiet llbmc in the couiitry, to appreciate. tuci*4nts •and suDSSings of the pojir in our grMt citie».J This , 'is ecpepifuy true of po^r ./aWnn.rWc hciu| that ijjhousand's of strong, abje-bodied mechanics arc dis-" Ijciiarged fiorn cinplnymohr, and, after wandering fjad-|}ly and without sticoess lor a whole day in questi)f la-;lrio>, that'tliey return to their uomea to.uipuru. ; Such jltales fill tour hearts 'will; sympathy. Wo'lamcntMhe i"hnrd tunes," and notuM fain give them emplo.Vmvnt. (But who' think* ol tlie e/nlitrei^ t The little l)oys and J' girlst, tod tender to bear exposure to the storms of 1 winter, and vet living almost without fire or food or clothingi-rinany. of tlierii wand|'r homeless and friend--less thrqitgh the streets, shivering with the winter's cold, and pleading in tear...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

Our Paper. If we can luececd in making the Independent Republic tin cqutil (he sanguine expectations of our fi'lend*,! we shall be abundantly satisfied. ; Tlie substantial evidences we ore daily receiving that thtxproposition to estajjlishan indejcndentjFree-Sbil paper is fijyrjrably'receive I by the people of Sijsqtiehannn County, .-ind the friendly tiotic,c ofjour brethren of tlio Press, are alike gratifying to us. Your kinjl feelings and good wishes are i pprecintctl, gentlctiicti, aud wc will jtry to m<:rit their cotitinuaiicc., | From iitnohg tlio noticjs ot our; criteYprise wc select tlile following, the first two of which, being from bapeti published iu the 'Wiltrot District,' would seem to indicate that the tide ¦' J "¦ ' ' is setting strongly in favor of a union ;of fi;pc- lAen, thrtmgho.ut thjc District. - J r \ r t . New Paper at Montiioste.—Messrs. C. ¥.- !•' Read and H. II. ErtAziEii have issued a pros-'j j pectus fiir :, newspaper to be publishctl. atj i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

HOMESTEAD BILL. ¦ ' The fallowing is the: bill of which Mr. - Dawson, of jPennsylvahia, gave notice in the House of Representatives^ early irt'..the, pre> ^ ent Session,!by tmaniinotig cowscnV'vthat he ^ [should offerin the nature of a substitute for ¦ the Senate houicsfciid bill; when itslniH conic up tor consideration : , y-< . * .-'" r . ." . . \.' \ ¦ Strike out all after the word " that,"- int . the first line of the Senate amenduicnt,-and\ N insert the following : '0-.'j '-'..;'- ; ':.'\'. Any free, person who is the head of.a fam-'" \ ily, or wlio Ws arrived at the age of twentyone yetirs!, and :is a citizen of the United States, shall, from and after the passage of this act,-lie: entitled to' enter,'at the rate of fourteen ijind one half cents per acre, to be paid at thcJ expiration of five years from, the date of such entry," one quarter-section of va- < •.cant and unappropriated public lands, which may, ut the time the application is made, be /...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

! The Republican Party. | L The results of the Several fall elections-go ! to shew" what men can do when they dare to ! think and act forthetiiscUes on great public questions; and, if we ini-takc not, are an eariiest of what x\icy ¦ . terllt]t>, wli.cn completely emancipated from the ignoble bonds imposed by party leaders.' ; ': "-In rawing a'-weight,' it; is good policy to keep what 7s.gained. In fact how ean'success •be expected otherwise? 'h wno 1 ss importrint that the North sfh«.niUl JioKl fiwt what has been gained for Freedom in tlie late contest. But it cannot be dtnie withi.ut' a permanent { brsianizatioti of the anti-slavery forces. There i must be a caHing.togcih'cr of bold protcs'tants ! a"aiust the prostitution of the freemen's lar-! itage'to the enriching •¦f'cr.e class while an-¦ other groans under a burden-.of chains aiid | scourges. - \ j . . ' Organization must be itict with organic- tion, turning the engine of party ngaitist itstjlf. and foiling the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

lpPiDEHT JEPlii: ClIAULEB F. Ufc.\D AMI 11., 1^ VB AJIKB, EDITORS. .Thnrsday. January 1, 1S5S..-; y

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

j1 '»• Jn ukon t|iere Is Strtngth" Whoever labors to fa'.cnt a umop *i mo opjp<inciiU of S!avety-citct?sioti, Japqrs, in cflcct, to pro- j mote the fttrtlipr rjrogijpss of the Slave Power. This j no one w^Oaripre^ates the vaioc oforganiratioB, anil the nntare anil extent of the «5>mbinaUpn that Frcc-8Dilcrs laivc to oppbee, wil^'deny. A^gltuicc at the history irf th§. jictioit-of ou||pUon^l ^rernracnt for the Idst ISm yi«ttrp,;irai be ^dBnient toahW tba t the Soutli is acting on aircguUir nyetem.ar.tl that, when ncccsiaryifor the accomplUhment of the purpose lor whtcii,thatsralcnt was dcifiscd, the whole power cf tho; South can be coiiccntrpteii, rmnost as one .nion. Tho Bcqn'isitimi of, evtctisivp tenltoiies, in the. s.uric 1:it!ui<lci as the Slaicl^tatosi the violent opposition of thfc; South to the tVilmot proviso, and to the aJtiiisgioh pf!California.b.'<"a,ricc[State, the passage of the Fugitive Slave la-nf, the violation of the Missouri Comp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

-> Pbpuljr Sovereignty. j * the ciushir.g weigl t of oppoMtion that is bi ought j to bear iipon .ativ Soi.thern rn.inwl.o dares'give* ut-) j . t,T«jico tn tb<r natural t.-ntimcnts of tlie heart in Civor j i of freedom, has'pinvcd too liir.ch even for Col. Re::- j i ton to lrfTu. Re his .inn-frndervd to tlie PUvoiy-t I citensiotatt', cl.d. i< w rccogniies the p ir.ciple of I popular! snvoaigr.ty, as esfoundtd by Douglas and-['his a,.'.ieji,-to''i%<Lfmleft cstetit. In fact, he goes furj j titer ;'.i:vi die;- litiVe. <jv.r.done,and declares his opini 1 ioii that'." Kaiisis wili V^-i.litied to adaiissior.—havj i ing ti.a otherrcc^isltes—with or without slavery a^ •! she pi 'a-icsi .-:!U thii r.ot by virtue ot any act of Conj I 'tcss r.or liveii bv vi. tue of the Constitution, but bt ! ; j | • f ! vit tue ffaiighi anterior and superior, both, to Conj- j i gress and the i'Constitution—^the inherent right of j State Sovercigijty, possessed before ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

*To tic xairous cf tie Iiia^endcnt'ILetii'b- - In assut-ui::g 'rr.y-r.u. -itien as one of-the E|li:-pr='ol the'Republican it may If ipropcr briefly to fUii'de to the causes which have, led1 to its [.ohlication, iind also i ^ fomc-dv^ee to indieat^ the course of pol tical act^of!, which, ir.'lrTe present'tiisis of pbiitical ifTiriis, I det-m it lr.y du'y to j.ursne. The Constii'-.Uon.of thi United .States is without doubt one of' the noblest productions of huS ban .wisdom, and we fondly point to the operation i of cur Govc-rnmeiit and the growth of our Country undcr.it, cs an.eviue.nce of Us pciA.ctiort. 7-Bt!t an impartial examlaaiion will show (hat the action of the Government has changed ^ somewhat since th-; time when: it was administered by the patiiots of the Resolution, and the growth of tlie country has been lttended with more than an equal growth of a great cvi I, the'existence of which our fatrTers deplored, and whose ex ' tent they curtailed ar far as lay in thei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

Movemjnts ofthe EussianS on the PJacific-. The; increase laud extent of power fin the! ]-;irt of llussia within the pttst forty years, ; lvis li-.-i.'i: scmvoly any greater tdong thi Hue ; ' of the Daniihiiiii" i'roviuces. and in the dii-ec-.' tion of the C;i.-|riau, than iii Northeastern Asjia; ; and it is a wcil,M;iio\vu factv that filir 'many ;• ycarsj pftst there, has been a coutihued migni- tii'niof juloilists from Uchotsk to .the shores ; of the; J apanesf Sea. This progre-s^ c/f. Uu.s-; sia in Jissin^witliin the past Ave or ten years, , ha-ibecn sucli.a* to rival in extent t^ic spread of our repubiiean sway on the opposite shores j of America". . Kussian steamers ply! u loujthe sea ofiAral, :m<l upon the Ozas, Uussan :en- •iiiiceii; explore Mongolia, between Thibet find | the \\ A\, and build forts along the fcjteppc--. ; and iiissionariesi'h'ave jwossed into Mach^ria, ! and it! s said, Svith designs ivhiclitlicy dojnot attemj t to conceal. It is1 the intci tioij...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

Governors of the States and Territories—f 1868. - J: '•; j Statu. Uoveritor,. Term expiret. Hat*. Ulabarua, Jon. A. Winstonj, | Dec. 1«55 «2,B00 LArkaniwii, EBais K. Conway; Kov. 18S6 i .4,800 Caluohiia, " JohnBiglcr, ; ..Dec, 18155 10,000 Connecticut, Henry Duttpn, j Maj,.l85S j^oo ¦Delaware, Pctct F: Clausey,; J.att.l8B6 1,333 jFlorida, Ja». E. Broome,\ i Oct 1S57 ;1,600 ;Oeorgia, Her. A"..lohnsoti,; Nof.1850 ja.ooo 'lllitlois, .ToelA-SfattOsoh, Jan. 1857 '1,800 ! Indiana, Joseph A. Wright, Jan. 1 fe56 - 1, 3oo Iowa, - James W. Grimes, Dec. 1856 1,000 Kentucky, LazarusW. row;cll,Aug.l855 2,500 • Loiusana, Paul O. Hcrhcrt,1 Jan; 1850 6,000 [Maine, .': An»on P. Merrill, Jay. 185G 1,500 Maryland, ' T. Watkina Ligoti, Jan. 1858 3,600 Uassachuaett;, Henrv J. Oaidner, Jan. 185C 3,50d j ! j 11 j ' -i ' ' Michigan, King'y S. Bingham Jan. 1857 .1,500 Mississippi, John "j; Mclteaj^ Jan. 1856 3,000 Missouri, Sterling Price, f Dec. 1850 2,fifM) N. Hampshire, Nath'l B. Baker; June, 185...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

The, New Comers. • ¦ ¦ The A. Y. Express, says: Japan, jO»o 01 these days, will -to ashing to he '-ndihitted into the'Union, jn'st its the Sandwich [Islands are doing now. Tue treatment of the jofficcr* and erc'\v of the steamer -Mississippi, j ^s set forth in the iuter^tiiig account wo gajvo the other day of tliat vessel's -"'visit to bimoda, manifests a kmdIy1 disposition oti the part of tliat sh-angc peopje towards us, that v e never looked for ou. sor^hbrt acquaintance. -What, is wanted in Japtimnow, are'sqme Ajnericnu missionaries, anota few Yankee whalemen to 1 crowd out the Thitch." In the course of a few years, civilisation and Christianity will coine along, and then make jway in the'Capi tol for the honorable member from Jeddol The 3 apanese are M ougol'mTis. l>y are not exactlv white ineu—hutnevernitud-they arc whiter than the people of Polynesia .wfc. arc letting into qui; family circle... Besides, it i* not recorded that tlio Japanese weref in tho habit of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

!'' jNjSWS AND !Jjo(riO^S-. ! '_U;is said that all ihej'ladics whoisweep j thj« st^eetslwith long driibesjliave lig tcct and lliick tinkles. j; ¦ \ i. . 'j' ' | | ! | I \ j j i | II " ' —The liritish "niirisojis are bcii'|j with- j drawijjfrtim the Wesi hiclics. to augnlent the j aljiedj(i.rci?s in the Et^t, i ; . ¦ \ j •'i—- l,ii Mexico, the iece.it cleei ion 'resulted , alrroif unanimously in favor p(Stuittji Anna, 1 who U, ofvourt-e rc-mcctI'd President,.-\ ^-T% New York M'irj-or sity? :—I { *«.''«'•« Russians i)i\y and ni«ht in the JL'rime'a; So it|would seem, if we take! the lamouiflibf ,-hiyine into co'tisiilcratiot). ' ' | : i—tJevi'.l'oulk'rod, jiiieiiibcrjofj the Pennsyl-' vAiiiai Seiiate fixun the. J'liurtli. District «f 'PciinSvlvHn':s».died at liisii-cMtlence ii|lfrauk-(o'rl, 011 Thursday, aged about 33 jeitrs. '! —illiolheciprocity. Treaty ;will soo)i go into operafton, when free j trade |will ,bo subxtaiitt:lllv!,'cst.'il>li>lu<l lictween t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 4 January 1855

'.]'¦' .'\\ Sheriff^ Sales. ''!'{! BY virtue of sundry writ* of .R. .Fa. issued cut of : the. Court of Common Flew of Susquehanna county and to me directed, I will expose to publfy sale at the] Court House in Montrose, on Saturday th« 20th day «jf. January next: at dne o'clock p. *., '*¦' that certain piece or parcel of (arid situate, lying anil being in tike township of Auburn, Susquehanna courtly, Twundcd and described; as fallows, to whs On the north by land of Samuel Swaekhanimer, on the ea*t by lands in possession of Ewa Kennedy, on the south by lands In possession of i Philip Swackhamrner and Henry Carter, and on tho west by land in posscsrio* of HeuryjCartcr and John Brown, containing about SCO ttcrea more orless, together with the appuitensriccs, joncj framed bouse and barn, one log house, some fruit; trocs^ and about 200J acres unproved, late the castite of Daniel and Frederick Swaekhammer. Also, another lot situate iii Auburn township, bounded" north by;lands of William ...

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