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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 September 1855

1 Choice Blooded Stork.! M1E subscriber will offer for sale, at public sue-, tion, <U his residence, otte mile west bf Sum. mcrsville, «jn Thursday the 18rh day of October, 13 head.of choice Devon" Cows and Young Stock, and 1 very extra ipevon BuIL 5ale! to commence' at 1 o'- clock' . Sixjiiiontbs credit on approvfd notes. ¦'••; ¦ ' - |GE0. HABRISON-. Kew Milfbrd, Sept. 18, 1855,. ! sTw3 sew i^i^^^Itier goods7 latest styles of Dress-Goods, Boots & .Shoes, Uppe. Leather & Findings,. Groceries 4 Provisions. At the Red.Hag Store. HENRY MCKIXNE?. Lodcrsvi]le,Scpt. 6, 1855 35w8. i CIDER ltIIf.L*i. ! *-' HICK0CK*S IMPROVED PORTABLE |CIDER MILLS for sale. Inquire at the office of Bentley A Fitch Sin Montrose, or at the residence,of the subscribe!, jri Ararat, Susqu'a co., Pi. -j 3Gw4« i . A. BrSHXJBLL. v IC. A. BALDWIN. ~ . \\7 HOLKS'ALE and retail dealer in Oil, Camphene, '* Muid. and Hall Lamps, Girandoles, China and Flower Vases,. Crockery, China, and Glass! War...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 September 1855

Pennsylvania magistrates* Law l.t> f .. -. . brary. i> ,- j %IBW8 3VBTICE. \ ' * ND . ¦ ' / * Bti«£tte«s Mon'k Xejal GnldeV New ftnd'-Sixth Edition, bringing the La^i . j ¦ dowh to 1855i A treslise tin the office and duties of AMermen.aod Justices! of ibe Peace in <he Comrconweslth of Pennsylvania, including all lh«f requirerf i'orma of Process and Docket! Entries; and embodying not only whaf may be. deemed valuable to Jutticcs of the Peace, but to Landlords, Tenants, and General Agc&ti j 6uP making this volume what it purports to be; A Safe Legal Quids for Businett Men. By John Bina, late Alderman of'Walnut Ward,Sn the City of Philadelphia. < The Sixth Edition. Revised, corrected, and greatly enlarged by Frederick. C. Brightly, Esq., Author of "A [Treatise on the Law of Coma," "Equity Jarisplgdcnee," "Kisi Prius Repor ts,'' Edito.- of "PuroorTi LJigest,1? tc. In one thick volume. Octavo. Priei only |4,00. , ¦ } ¦¦ >.¦¦ Also,) Companion t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 September 1855

PEW Q00B8 A0ATJT. At the "Uxchnuge," Broohlfn. ;. THE subscriber tales this opportunity of thanking his friends far: their yery liberal patronage the Past season, anil of .saying to them fti a<ftfition, that,' haying just received fresh Intoices of Reasonable Gobds of varlou-i descriptions, he I* still prepared to supply almost any article usually called for at acoitntryl«tore.' His a cortment i? now conipktoraiid being the largest iu town, offers the greatest inducetoent to purehasi»rs, either for Cash, Barter,-w ffoo<f 0»«}ftcd!t. Call andf see. i , . ¦ ', v O.G.HEMPSTEAD. Broofclyni August 20, iSfitl.- *. Medicine* and Drug*. AYRfiS" Chtrr^ Pectoral—acknowledged to: b« the best! Pulmonary Remedy extant—Pond^ Exlract of Witch Haftl—ati eiccedlualy valuable remedy for ffivcr* ills—Dr. Baker's Compouna—a' grand specific for Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera Mot*. bus, 4c.—AyresVJayne's, Phinney'a and Wright's Pills, Merchant's Gargling Oil, together with a great variety...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 September 1855

' Change of Time .""-No" ¦*<¦ delaware, lackawanna a^d westb8 1 ;:'-.;:. railroad. ; •- .}";• '¦* ^ ON and after Monday, May ?th, f855,jthe M«l Passenger Train will depart from Stanton at 1<>;2<) 4. ». Due At Great Bend at l-.20f .jm. Connecting with tho Dttnfcirk Express West pn the N. Y.' &E. B.R. Passengers taking this; train willarrlTO ift Dunkirk at 11;15 ft *.t «o& m New Yorif at 11:15 ' Returning, trill leave Gnat Bchd at 4 i. *./ Iw atScrantouat6:45 p. V. ,1 The Freight Acconimodatli>r<Train,.wHh passenger ear attached, will leave Scranton at I r.m.| duo. at Great Bend at 6 r. x., connecting with [tho Matt Train West, and the Night Express "Train East. Passengers taking this train and the Night; Express West, will arrive in Dunkirk at 12 m.,-0> »' tjttiiMf Mall Train West, will arrive at Dunkirk at ?:iS p. m\ . Hetitming, will leave Great Bend at 7 a.;*, on arrival of Cincinnati Express- East. Due -at i Scr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 September 1855

»^7 T „_;". ^^•**u^**^*^'**^'***^ms^m^m'^^u^m^mm*^uumm^ f PROCLAMATION. GENERAL ELEpTION. IN rjnrsuioice of an act of t^e General Assembly of thji Coifcnonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled an Hact 4tclatirig V> the Elections pf tiie Commonwcaith,,, approv-cd-tfte secbutl day of July A. i}. one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, J, F. P. II0LLI8TER, HigfiShvriirof tire County of [Susquehanna, in said CoonnlonwutUth do hereby give notice to the electors of tho jcouuty aforesaid that a General Election will be held in said county on the second Tuesday of October next, (jt being the 9th day of gaid month) at which time State and County officers! are to be elected as follows, to wit'^*^ -j- • Oneipcrson to fuTthe office of Canal Commissioner of the Iboard jof Pennsylvania.' r Two persons to fill * the office of Members ofthe Housemf Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania!' for the District composed of the counties of iSusquthanna, Wyoming and Sullivan. Onei pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 September 1855

-;; Plonghinc iriatcb." The Ploughing Matcmof the Susquehanna County Agricultural Society will take place at 2! o'clpck in the afternoon of Wednesday the 10th of October, on the farm of David Post, Esq., in the rear] of Henry Drinker's premises. ' 1 f For the Best Ploughing, (Horses ouOxcnU $5,00 l "dbest. ' * A ! 4,00: ;3d best " - •«•[. 3,00 4th best ¦ " " i : 2,00-5th best " ,i, "- j •" 1,00! ^ To eviry unsuccessful competitor a Badge of the Society trjll be given as a recognition of merit In coming forward to further the great cause of agriculture.: .--' TUG'S. NICHOLSON. ) I I" A..BALDWIK, k tEx. Com. ' , ''•-"• THOS. JOHNSON, J j ! . j !,:•-——+~-—-— ¦ -1 . Z3T The following premiums have been recommended at a meeting of the Agricultural Society to be added: to those already published:. ' | >, Fw this best sipgle Gelding,.........;... 5,00 ' For Uie best lot of Cows, not less than five, 5,00 ! For the best fat Ox or Cow, '.... .1.. 3,00 1 For tbt best Single or Dou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 September 1855

OYER'S ;PlLm 1? A NEWT" and singularly Successful remedy for the cure !<of all Billions! d seasesyt'ostiveriess, Imli; < ciestion, Jaundice, Brop*y {Rheumatism, Fevers, Uu- ' nW Gout, Ncn-o'usnesa, Irrit^ihty, Innaramatioiis, j ireadachei-Pftins iu tlic BreWSide, Back and Limbs, • i i «•¦_.. i_:.... i-« i../ IiuWcl, vprv few arc I laints& iimwive jew ^ ¦ ( Female Comp , c. Ay. , ry the diseases in which a Purgative Medicuic is not j riiore or less required," and much sickness and suner- 1 iU might! be prevented, }f a baniihv* but effectual j cathartic were morc/rcelyused. No. person can feel welt whilo'i ft costive habit;of body prevails; besides, j I'tsoon Kt-nemtes'seriousVaiid often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided by the timely' ami Ucious use/I a good purgative. This is alike true of Cold*,'FeWisb symptoms, and Billions derangements. Tiiev all tend to become pr produce the deep seated and formidable distempers which load the hcawwUU-over t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 September 1855

___ v-ESPUBLICAH MASS CONVENTION. . foKftejj -ti( S^foA : _ ir^ ,' Pursuant to a! puVilislied call, signed by a large nutiibet • of'persons, the .Freeman of Bradford Coiintj, without regard to former parly associations, assembled in the Court House,™ Tolvaijda, on Monday evening, September 10thj 1855, for tho purpose of organizing aRepubliclin party, and placing in nomination a Republican County.Tickct. • The Convention Was called to order by Allen McKean, jiipon whose ^ motion the following; name 3 persons were elected officers: President—JUK0N Chubbuck, Esq., of Orwell. ¦ | - ¦-¦ . ' Vice Presided fa-^M. H. Codding, Peter Sterigcre, NJ'-CJ Harris, L. S. Kccler, S. W. Park, Hansen Spalding, George Terry, Geo. F. Hor ton, John. F. Long, N..T. Dickerson, EarlNichold, J<)sephus Campbell, Jehial Mc-Kean, Perry B.I Pratt, Wm; H. Vandyke, S. H. Newmani Sllephen Bullock, Ulysses Moody, RobcriJJulf, Wm. Blake, J.: M. Martin, Benj. Saxtorji Harrison Ro,ss, Geo. W. Elht)tt, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 September 1855

A PENIfY SAVED WORTH TWO A EABXEO, , : T WITTESBERG 4 BltO., 'Montrwe, Pa., talce J • this uicthoa of njdy&iog tlteir old friendB and ce?toniers and the paWi,C at large, that they have just teraired and opened thte lai-ficft ,iret,fet and cheapest Mock of READV UADK CLOTHING ever too t to this'plicc, whicli tWy" offer nt a small ndvancp from, cost, thereby offering pprcliasere the raw 0PP«rtum; ty of obtaining goods. at about tw6 thinls the usual ''" Alio a lariro asfortment of .Dry Goods, comprising for Ladies Wear, hew, styles Brocade, Stripe, Fluid, Plain aud changeable S Iks, Del*i»cMlu?lin, De Bagc Berate delaines of hc^-aml elegant dcsigtw. All tin. !ate«tstiles of Ladios B'ress Goodi Irench Lawn? Print* and Ginghantt.^ -A l.and,omo -.awortni c»t of Dftas Trimmings. En.broidud Sleeve*, Collars Cuffs etc. Jaconet and Swisn'.Edftihgs and InserUnp,Glo\e3 Mils, Ilosicrv, Veil-f.and Farasols. Their a^or'tmentof Shawls-is verj' largo, embracing cyery thing that is ricfi ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 September 1855

' ¦']¦ ...-¦:-- ^ 7~5pCTOB HAtmiS* |BrOM£30TPATIfBST, G RADUATE fttidmember of tljelTniversityofS'Ow T ^York willbd in Montrose on the Otb, 7th and 1 Rth of each mouthi and may be cpnsoltcd at Hatch's ! Hotel, tor'fliroc'aMye, upbn:all di«Mises mttdemjl to , the humwf'svsten?, viz: CONSUMPTION, Bron-, chiUs.IiiflalniHioh of the Lungs, Throat, Liver, Pleura, j Kidneys aiTd^pleOn, Dyspepsia,. (Indigent, on J Liycr . ComphundRnEeHATiSM.Serofulfl, Eruptions, Spinal Complaint*, Diseases ol the eye and ear, Nervous Weakness- Ac., &c. Particular; attention given to the diseasts.of Females and Children. The varioui affections of the Uterus radically cured. . . Dr. Hawis is well acquainted with both Homeopathy and .Allopathy, having been in constant study and practice Tor the'last twelve-year*, and-having liist in troduced lUomeqpathy into Biijghamton, N. Y., in ' "1847. IIjs p'an Of treatment h?' fi>ild,\*afc. and rftica- 1 cion*, and dinVrdnt frbm that of any other' phys...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 September 1855

8r- * J » Stearm and Marvin'* Fire-Proof - '¦ . Sale'*. .'. fpnE subscribers have made arrangements to fur* X nish to persona who nwy be iaTantofthem ^tho nlxive named invaluable &*/**;. atr the- «amo prkea-for; which-they can be obtained'** the maiiBfaciurcr's.*- Uavin'g experienced the benefit of such.an article ddt ring the late conflagration ourselves, wowouid carnestty recommend toothers having valuable book* and i papers, the preserving of which would bo of Immense importance to them, not to do without one; . Prices range from $30 tq $500, and we can explain, to any one-wishing to purchase,' the. difference -. in style, size, price, - &c, and furnish thein.! on short mh tice, with the internal arransrement to suit the purchaser. BENTLEY" & READ.. - Montrose, December!?, 1804. .. "V ' New tfoodSi J- Hl0»S'&-Br0S^ are now receiving their Btrpi. f • ply of Spring and Summer G'tods^nd-being'-, -onvinced of the advantage of having ready .pay, ar«...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 September 1855

\ - '. BBSINMSS.i CA'RDS ^]^. ¦ — ¦ r- —^^JH^-r-: : ."" ^ t n tirehn-td, M- D-. _ -w-kirv-^nr^VA^VD'SUROEON, Jackson, ftisWc P?an^* ^JW^^.!£!^ r-t ABINET MAKERS, have recently opened a yriirc-CToominKew.ilillrd. A., and will keep con-JtanUv on hand allkinds of Cabinet-ware; also Rcady-SSaCoffliis. Fnnerlls attended with or without a hearse 'Ware-room jiearly opposite J. D.ckerman's Store. i! , . an ,' New Milford, May lj5.1855. ^ :^~}L ~~~~il 's$B. Baldwin, . '. j MA\rF\CTrRERs or saddles, harness, Se"ASfcc.,*. the Basemen^of SearV* Hotel, Montrose, Pa. f| j ' . i ¦¦ 1 :. —"' c. ll. Sinimons, I j BOOT AND SIIOEImAKER. Shop first door cast of Odd FclWfciiM^P^^ " ~ "Wi Singleton ,± rMX now be foun4 at his new stoud on Owegb st. KU t«odo6M west pf Searle's HineLwl^re U effectually re^irs- wrtdj dispatch,?** «¦ Ctoclj,-Jcwclrv, Guns, and jjvery description of Machnierj. Suutting; Ourij and Watch mttwata; supplied to tho trade. ' j : ¦ '. _.. !__——"~~ 'DVu. Smitn, ¦ ' , QUROEON DENTjSr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

!y ¦ -" „__——¦_¦!•. : i : jr. j^pm ' tAe Ci«ciHnati ff<aette. . ! j XHOJIAS TYITE. : w. nr m llTfHOB OF " TR4KATOPSIB," " ROBERT Or j Liiicowri" Axn wsoa jweks. yittttcring>nenxmsly hero and thcrp; Bbundlhis lady bird, odd Kttle elf: Kow on «n iron-weed, now.in the air, Thoma^ Tyttc is describing ijasself. Tom-tit, iom-dt, Spit, spat, spit] ." .'.. I and my i^^t *" ^^ Iwo trbe, » :.\ Lire as jolly as ever you see! ' . ' | Feedle, dee, deo! f. Tyttc, Esq., is.drest in bine, uke evfery other high-born Uti With a yellow vest, and chbafcer too; • You'll hear him crow, if yon listen.* bit: Tom-titj tom-tit, . S|pit, spat,.spit!' •„.--Examine this coat aud vest of mine,. ; I'm rather a buck in the tora-titlinc, • ' Feedle, dee, dee!' - Tbc wife ojf Thomas, meek and brown, ; A simplf creature," afeard of boy?, • Sits all diivj in a high-necked gowii, Laying (ijggs, without any noise!, A Ijom-tit, tom-tit, " , .._.';*' Spit, spat. Spit! • . " '"'. ¦' Layori, my dear; r.o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

SCitoOL GOVBEBTMEBT. j \Forlli* Rtpvilican. ') l'or the behefit of Teachers, who are in-1 dined to discard ya resort to coijporal punishment in alt estses, in the government! of Schools,, iheyjare cited to. the following lextracts from a Report on School Discipline, presentcd at tlie-jkte meeting-of the State Teacher's Association at Pittsburg, by ithe prober committee chosen to prepare jt; I the whole of which rerjortiwe heartily j approve and wouid earnesi'y recommend jts^readin"! to every Teachejr. It may be fojund entire! in the Ponnsylvknia School Journal. I It is with no desire to provoke angry discussions, or! to detract in thej least from the good !we sincerely hope may Result from the organization* of fho Susmicha'fana fCoanty Teachers' Association, that we now broach this quekion. But the subject is one of vast importance and well worth the attention and • cjareful consideration of every " American cipzein. There; fore 'let us fcasori together.'. ItJ is a trite obs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

•! EXTEACT V ^ j 5ili3cei^l]eoq5. ¦ Of an Addrrtf Ufurt the Alumni'of Harford Unirtfsity, at the Antohertory of July 3d, 1855. Of the niany; vicissitudes which beset the pathway of huinan exlstenc that of separation, of bidding adieu to friends and cherished-associations jcomes with the most fhcloncholy ^ ye t inflexible mandate. When the tender ties arc "to be severed, which link us in active arid mutgal sympathy with those we have learned tq: regard as friends arid co^labtirers in a kiriilred cause, there is not a heart among us, so sjont that it will-not feel the calm, still waters of earnest regret, welling up from the quiet recesses tffitsmmost depths^ arid soothing, ^ith the limpid wave, the, stifled grief of a sorrowing soul. Ii is natural, it;is proper thk we", upon a time like, this, should give uttferanco to words of mutual consolation. But ,Sn the performance of this porlion of our duty, we should not forget that we. hajve another duty to perform, equally as impei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

PASsilOEE WiLLIAMSOBV The man whose name heads this article, is now the victip of profiijrate and corrtipt.Judicial proceedings. He has been'robbed of Vis personal liberty, and incarcerated in a Peimsylvanuuprisoi), for no other reason than that Vit informed a poor and yet liberty-loving vomantnitiAt and.her children, by the laws of Pennsylvania, were free, and afterwards refused to make a return false in fact, to a wrii unlawfully issued by a 'U. S. DiMrict Judge. ; | ¦ . ' In this roblpry every Pennsylvanian has a ^PJpterest it stake.' What Pjssjnore Williamson suffersj.every man, entitled though he be, by birth right, and by the laws of the noble Old Commonwealth to persorial liberty," may be called to suffer, unless this exercise of BDJustapd arbitrary power be at oncerebuk-.edand stayed by the people's voice "or the people's arm. ! in the case of Passmore Williamson there is not only a robbery of personal libertyjSut ^striking down of the great writ of personal liber...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

A Chapter In the Book of Chronicles^ 1. And it came to pass after these thingV that King Franklin, the First, in the thir.i year, of his reigri, appointed brie John whos,-surname was Wheeler, to the office of Ambassador-to thej land of Nicaragua. .2. And John had a bondwoman, whoscname ,W«s Jane, and he said I will take her, with me that she may serve me whitherso^ ever-I.go. • | ¦"-;;'¦ .-•", ¦:¦.-¦:.: — 3. Arid he departed,.taking with hirai Jano" and her two sons, and | went unto Philadelphia, intending to. sail for Nicaragua. I ; . 4. Now in the country .where PhiladeipbL* is^ there is no slavery, and every one coram"* there is free. -" 5. Now there lived in Philadelphia a mar arid righteous man. whose name was Pass; more. .. _;• ¦ .; ..' -. „, . * 6. And he hearing that Jane was held iiibondage in the city; determined to releWo her, and he went unto her and told hei ah.-' . was free.: -." ¦ "- 1 -¦--:¦ 7. And John was angry, and wodlq no!; let h'm have Jane, but he feared...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

NDlPEffilf ifflPUBLICAl ¦ . ¦» ¦¦¦¦ • • - • . ' |! ' CHARLES r. ItKAD AHO H. H. FBAHKR, KDrfOBS } MONTROSE, PA. | ! Tiinnday September 9T« ;!'""*•• BEPTJBLICA1T HOUTHATIOOT. " A clean victory or a clean defeat., \ ' I ¦ Judy* Block. "Thesuie/of the Administration must be struck soirn in' every State, County, and Dhtrfct" , ' Judge XTilmot. . For Canal Commissioner, PASSMORE'WILLIAMSON, ^ ...... Of\£hiadel piaai, ...„.-, ,~ -, [How inPrison for Loving Liberty arid Justice.] .: j'- \fbrBeprttc+tat xve., ¦ • -.. ^ ORLANDO: 6.HEMPSTEAD. '¦ ."'••' [Of BiiMpuhanna County. THOMAS J. W8HAM, V f Qf&iBirjui ^ CounJy. . . 'l for Commissioner,-j WILLIAM J. CASE, ' ' I- Of Gibson. .F<W TVttfWKb.-.-8EL0EN A. WOODRUFF, I <yMontrose. ' - I ' - ¦ ¦ - ' ¦ ! . .'. For Auditor. . .... i DAVID D. BROWN, ]' 0/.fW«ufot>yfe. Election—October 9th, 1855.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

: CAHAL COmHSBIOHEB- There are now at least four candidates in the field f<|r Canal Commissioner in this State -r-PaBsmojre Williamsdri, Republican -J Arnold Plumed Administration; Joseph.'Henderson, Wtjig; and Kimber. Cleaver/Native Americah.il 'On the great issue of/the day, judging from the platforms on whicn they are nominated, the candidates stand, Williamson and Henderson opposed to slavery extension, Piuriier in favor of Slavery extension and Cleaver njwhere. Cleaver, yit must be remembered; is not the candidate of the Know Nothing, or American party, but of the old Nativeists, who see fit wholly to ignore the Slavery question. Tho Republicans, the Know Nothings and the Whigs have each declared emphatically against the Nebraska bill and inlfavor of restoring Kansas And Nebraska to freedom; and, if united they could without dbubt carry the State by a very large majorityon that issue. But will they unite? and, if so, on what candidate 1 ? If they belieje. as they...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

'*'" Tiiilta^-iiBMtiok ""r'",~ Our Hunker friends are msWag fhemserveJ quite marry over their vfctorj^in; Bfaln sV M tbey,«all iL\Tbe rcsdt, in nearly, tta whole ^at^i is i^bBo>s £ Morrel^B ipWJlcan) . 518,714; #*ll^?Hun1wand^4);4^2a9; %et&mMi9& 1^»N*R^ablican andWfiuiiriajoritjroflS.'ieflfc Tb>LegIa|ature stands, Kibe House, 61 *Eepublicaris, C7 DemocWts, and 21 Whigs; tbejSenate, as for as heard jrpm; stands 15^Demoffratt aa* ¦10 WhigS^ giving a Whig and Republican majority &C 16 on jjuiut ballot—and yet It «* claimed a^ a Hunker. Administration -triumph. Y?hen the Republicans made t^eir nominatipri, they took strdpg and high ground infcvoc^frecd^a^^ The Democrats to^k similar ground to the party in this county. Thoy refused to (indorse the Administration, wiere opposed to Slavery extension, btit dealt j .so m generalities that tho most ultrtk Hunkers found no difficulty in go ing their *hqlo length for the tiefket, as the result, if s...

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