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

APE^SVSAVED WOBTBTWO ;. '/.-t.vPA-tlfiai^'.,---.' J; WITTENBERG A BRO., Montrose, Pa., take • this method jit tdvuihg their old friends and customers and the public at Urge, that they have just received and opened the largest, prettiest and cheapest stock of READY MADE CLOTHING ever bro't to this place, which; they offer at a small advance from cost, thereby offering purchasers tho.rare opportunity of obtaining goods at about two thirds the usual price.'.- ., ' :\'- ,i '.-.- - ¦:•'¦¦.. : ', Also a large tissortment of Dry Goods, comprising for Ladies Wear,- hew styles Brocade, Stripe, Plaid, Plain »ud changeable Silks, Delaines, Muslin, Da Bags Berage delaines ef_tew and elegant designs. All the latest st; laK-oWjadies Dress Goods, . French Lawns, Prints and Ginghaoir. A handsome assortment of Dress Trimmings, Bmbioided Sleeves, Collars Cufl's, etc Jaconet and Swiss Edgings aud Iusertings.GIoves Mits, Hosiery, Yeil^ and .ParssoK , .-.'-. -'¦': ¦ .-Their a«sorttucnfhfShawls is've...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

AYER'S PUIS. ¦ NEW and singularly successful remedy for th.fi ' jCJl eureof all Baiious.;di8eases-»-Costiveness; Indigestion, Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fevers, Humors, Gout, Nervousness, Irritability, Iiih-niniationa, Hcadaclre, Pains iii tho Breast, Side, Back and Limbs, Femald Complaints, Ac=Ac. Indeed, .very few are lite dist-iwes. in which .il'uigative Medicine isno^ hiore ojr le*1 required, artd much.sickness and sufTer--(iig ni"4;htvbe prvvwttedj il nharnilfss but ell'ectuaU Cilli;irije » er-i more frei-ly Used. No person can feel Veil wliil,' a costive haliit iii' lioclv prevails; beside*, It SD.iuj generaies serious and often fatal-llUeases, which might have been -avoided by the timely. and judicious use ot'a:good purgative. This is alike true bf Cold's, Feverish symptoms, and Billions derangements.; The? all tend tqi become or pruduce the deep seated; and formidable ilistempers which load the hearses all' over the la nil. Hence a reliable family physic; is of the firs...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

JDOOTOB, HARRIS* j .: ¦ .;¦•; nQMEOPATHIST, fr (1 SAiDyATEwiduieinber of tiieUnlTersltyofNew j York, will be in Monfrose on] the 6th, 7th and Sth ifeich iiionlhj and may be conkuhed at Match's Hotel, lor three Uays, upon all diseases incidental to the lraimm «tstim^ vis:. CONSUMPTION, Bronchitis InfUmatioji of the Longs, Throat, Liver, Pleura,, Kidneys and Spfeen; Dyspepsia, (Indigestion,*) Ljvcr, Complaint, RnKCUAltiS-, Scrofula, Eroptionsr Spinal Complain-, Diseases or the eye ahd ear, ,Ner>ous Weakncssj'Ae.,Ac Particulate attention: given to the diseases of Females and Children. The varioui aftectiona of the; Uterus radically cured. . .. ,-. ,..: \, ; Dr. Harris Is Jrell acquainted with both HomtfOpai tiiy and Allopathy, having been In ionfitant study and' practice for the last twelve years, and having'first'io* troduced-Homeopathy into Binghjsmton, N. Y-., in , 1847: 'His.plait of treatment is mild, soft and ekca,--eiMw, and different from that of any other, physician,....

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

. „'"' ' j .-J-aj-e-g-gag-egBa -. Ste-rux li-id Mnrvlnr4 * flre^Proo. ¦"' - rj- .:. i -. -,. Safe'** .- •' ' - rpHE snbscribcrs'have nude arriiftgemehts tofot»; JL t_^h'toi»rson»T»ho_aybehiw_ntofthein ^th6 ¦''¦ ¦ above nnmed inralaabte Safes, at the same prices ibr* whleh tiiej can be obtained at the manhfacttirer'*.--- ' Haying experienced the benefit of such an article during the late conflagration ourselves; we wouid carnV e»tly recommend to others having valuable books ondT papers, the preserving of which would be of Immense; unportance Wlhcm, not to do without one. >;.?<;;; . Prlees ran^s from |50 to fSOft, and wo can explain to wiy;oue wWiing' to purchase, the, difference in style, sue, pjice, ka., and furnish them on ahoH'no: Hce, w'tb the iptcmal.arrangcment to suit thepur!. ¦ - C _™L*_in_. ' *.'"¦ BENTLEY A RBAD. ; : Montroso,;Deceiubcr 19,-1854^ ; '¦ -¦' •;•>••' -.-.- -;¦:] -New,-Goods..--- "w\i T ^^*.Bro ^a 0 rCT ^^civ_g their snpel.. ply ofjSprin...

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

' : ; ¦;'. ^BEaoiJai list, , or TttK eCSgU-UANSA COUKTV _GWCC_TCRA_ •'".".-'•.-• ^.;'4'i' :bocieijt.- .-----, - ¦'-'"-'.''¦',."• Fair i_n4CWttlc Show to bebeMln OTd_iti«o«c, Oct IW»>» 18*5- ; . x .'-.-.".-.''.-"¦': ,\!j' »K*f Mini. . '' ,,.;sV.-'-. •",. For jthe beet p_*4m Bull, two years old and pp. wards...,. M;.l>v...^ ,,...... _.• .|5.w 2d best,.....ji...... • ........8,00 For the best Devon Bull, do. ... i...... i.... .5,0Q _d best,.....[...;.... • • •... .-^...3,00 For the best Grade or Mixed, ; ....5,00 2d best,...;.-.....-.. ......3,00 For bcstCow.ias regards form andappearencc, 5,00 2d best,..'. i.L..- .'...; 3,00 ForHho best tiiilpxi Cow as appears from results, 5,00 2d best,... J.4¦-*-•¦••¦•< ¦ .'.•••..-... ...........3,00 For the best tifollyears old Heifer...'.......'.. .5,00 Sd best,...?4..;.... °.ii.... ......L..8,00 -3d best,,....':.. ...2,00 For. the best.lot ejT sjtorsc<tiv<»> not less than five, 5,00 , 2d best,.............

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

' j FARMERS - - - j »!."VIOX ISSiBASCE tOMPAJfl", | OFFICE, ATE1BSS. liliADFOKD COUNTV, I^Aj .;! CAlPITAL, 8200,000. - : - .j| Secured by Blind tnd .Mortgage on the. Real Estate'^ ; lo/ the Stockholder*. ' ; 1 Iivsure* against I ?ss by Fire, of Houses, Stores, and!; other buildings, JGi ods, Wnrca, and Merchandise, on] | as favorable tenjis as any similar Institution. Losses .', promptly adjusted and. paid'. ! • DiRKCToR-s.—Hoi. HoraceWilliston, Athens;,Fran- ; cis Tvler, do.; <i\-o T»e A: Perkins do.; J. T. D. Mevr'r, i do.; Ci. N. Shr.-iki 1"; -I... ; 0. V. Welles, Jr. do.; J; E; Canfield do.: Ilp-r .h)hi!L.ip,.n... Towanda; 0™. H. I WakemaT.,.L:!Ci|>:v;il-: <*¦¦<>. M. HolL-nback, Wilkes^l; barre; Mieli.n-i.*! > i¦ rr' l.aport". P.i. ' ' ' - ' I OmoERS.—Ij.v . 11,rat i- Wiliiston, Pn>-i.iovt:. i'',j i F. Wells, jr.,- V. '.'tes: and Treas.- ; ,!.'_. Casilifl.'l.ii Secrer2irv. . > . , 1. . Agent * 0. S. Be*iik, Montrose. Pa. ...

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

f0ml 'SwiUdfa Address of the Democratic State Commit* i- " -jj ' ' tee. \ As the editors of the Montrose Democrat »re ashamed of the principles of their party, and endeavor to conceal them from.their nvidersjjns much as possible, we think jt ad. Yfaable at timesrtopablish sotiie authentic ard aotftiritative Democratic documents, so that it may not be forgotten where the Democratic p^rty stands on the questions of the day. The Democratic.State Central Comyttee oj Pennsylvania, have issued another tidfess, dated September 18th, 1855, and dire^' 1*° ^ people of Pennsylvania," t fhki) will be read with interest by the people of tbiji section; It might be expected that t)K party] organ here would publish the address for [[the strengthening of its readers in the Democratic faith, but as it took no notice of the previous,one, we fear it wjil treat this in the same way, and therefore' we publish as much of ifas we can make room for.— TVe ask our readers io examine it carefully, and ...

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

- .! I ;" ' j Compare the Platforms- Republican-Slate Platform, adopted at Pittsburg, Sejit, 5, 1855, .1 Whereas':] Tlie founders of this Republici in the'formation of this government, proclaimed this]great truth—that all men are endowed by] ^heir Creator with 'the inalienable rights at life, liberty, and tl|e pursuit of happiness, and that our government M-as constituted to secure these :rightsi to us; and whereas: tjie National Executive, in his inaugural addfess,Vir tually denids these doctrines, in th$|expression of his opinion that domestic slavery is based upon the - same principles as! |other recogiiized riffhts. and that our federal igovernment is bound to sustain the institutipn of slavery ;; and whereas : the President ofi the'United States, iarid the political party-which sustains him, have endeavored to overthrow the principfesjof civil liberty proclaimed by our revolutionary fathers, by-extending!the bounds of slavery into territories exprjessly consecrated to fre...

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

KAHSA8 ! From the Rational Era. - ¦ j Yes, m|y friend, for hope, and courage, and consolation, it is yainj to deny that the world is looking to North America; and North America to Kansas and Nebraska. In spite pf sneering tourists and sneering natives, it has been true for a century,' and was never more true than now, that we inhabit the land {>f promise. Any emigrant ship, any great railroad station, wilL tell you that In [the face ofhei- slavery, her polygamy, her social Vulgaritvv and all her faults, America is still ^be magnet to which the weary, the poor, jthe desolate, pf every nation, are irresistibly urawu; aiid still the asylum upon whose mighty b^som, like chaplet wreaths upon a votive altar, all the hopes and aspirations of the niueteWth century are flung. - j " Our heart* and hopes »re all with thee: Our tiekrU and hoped, our unites and teats, 1 Our faiUi triumphantTTer our fears, ! v Are all with thee, areall with thee. i. i It takes;only a lew columns of...

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

Speech of GovernorBeeder in the Kansas -Free State Convention- After the adoption of the platform and resolutions at the Big Springs Free State Con? vention in Kansas, the proceedings of which have been previously given, tlie Convention proceeded^ nominate a Territorial delegate to CongressX Mr. fjonway moved that Andrew jfl. Reeder^ thejiate Gpvenior of Kansas, be our nominee.. The ]motion ttas seconded and ciirried by acclamation/ Cheer followed upon thecr at the aimoiJucement. l_AJpersbn was lost m jthe confusion. a"-^eV- of"Reeder! P.rfiSW**;—-CHelate", Governor appenreo upon iiie stand in;answer to repeated caH>', and at the moment appeared deeply moved with-this unexpected outburst 6f enthusiasm. Gov. Rccder proceeded to thank them for their encouraging and strengthening friendship) that such applause arid approval would repay all the injustice that might be heaped upon any man; that every man there would do him the justice to say that his nomination had been gi...

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

Important to Eoad Viewer*. ¦ Purdon's Digest, Edition of 1854, Fees of Jurors, Sec. 55, page, 367, contains tha following: "And the Jurors attending a view ahalliif addition to.their pay, >ejsllpjr£dljnil«ijnj Jn, th5 ^BS^MSftSrEhtn^Ieage sixa^j^ ter cents for each mile he shall travel going to and returning from the same. Gkaphic.—The Poughkeepsie' Jd&gle Uwuf reports the doings of the Democratic County Committee in Dutchess * ' ' ' " The County Committee of theiw6sectioti< of the Democratic party met at Rutxer's Hotel, in this city, on Tuesday last, for the pnrpose of planning a mode for harmonizing. —f But it would network. j The Softs turned ) j TheHarda imtti towards Gen. Pierce, f \ towards the Soutl And off they marched—each faction beat, ot* going to. destruction its own way I % Hardening thk CoNarrruTJou.—Men talk about 'hardening their constitutroW,' and with" that view expose themselves to summer's heat and winter's wind, to strains and efl...

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

Appeal to Pennsylvantans- I From the X. T. Tribune. A very'crave and flagrant wrong was recently perpetrated on the soil -of your State, which in its'effeets and consequences strikes at the rights and liberties of all. . One onlv of your number'Was. and still i«, the immediate victim ;! but any one of you having an unscared conicience and a humane .'spirit might have stood liii his place, and [may be called at any time to-suffer as he is suffering. Though the facts ars already known Ito most of you wh& will read ihis appeal, we restate them in the hope that they may make plain to you the path of duty, and impel you to pursue it. ¦'. - !.'. • ' ¦-.. : John H. Wheeler of North Carolina, appointed Minister to Central America, recently arrived j.t Philadelphia on hid way to the^ Isthmus, bringing with him three slaves—a mother an 3 her two young boys, whom he designed W take with him on his mission.— The intclligjent mother had some general notion that h«jr removal to ...

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

l ohaiu.es f.Lao xsd h. n. ru-axim,r ^^& Xmontrose, pa. ¦ | | Thursday October i, ISSSSf j^ t RBl^BLICAS HOMIKATIOHS. i' «> clean victory or a clean «^t-— ^ "Tlie allies ofthe Administration must be struck; town in every State, County, and District.' . ;. _ , Jwye ttilinol. - ' h ¦ ' \ . -¦•-" • For Canal Commissioner, .,'...,.-,•• t:- ,;; tH0MA8: NICHOLSON, : "v ..._,. .„.., .-J :-.~,.,„,---,.. :,^f:BeaMKiem»»Hh *"r;_"*L .'v.:V ¦ I ~:»*;" .... v^ - -^> " For ItcpmcmaUve. „ ,, ''¦¦'¦ ORLANDO 6v H6WPSTEAD. ^ :"; ' Of Suiquclianna Coynly -:[-:>' IrHOMAS 4. INGHAM,;:, '/V :¦::-.¦.:¦:" '.'." OrS.ullivan County. iffer* Oumnis-Honfr,' ;;:fI;[[V:i[! VyiLL!AM[T.XASE ^ JP5»> TrwreuriT.' "¦•' "..'•'•. . '""; . ¦ - SILDEN A. WOODRUFF, ; /:[-[' v .-•'-,i'. f Qf itontrosf -For'Auditor ••' ; OAVIO 0. BROWN, .^.. -..':|.'.' ¦ -'' - OfFriendtrilh Election—October 8th, 1855. . - ;

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

¦ i llBFLIOF[PEiP,AH ^' - ' TO THE - -'-::. . '"" -~..~ • ,.•-. ^^vpubucan pnriy,. nnu. wc •-The:V?ni*' -/:i»aving each nominated a candidate Ajint-office of Catail Commissioner,Jt.bccanie-aiipMenl that sfach a division of elements of opposition to -the "Natitjnal Administration and the Nebraska Fraud wouldlne vitality lead to tbc election of Arnold JiuBicr, the fero-Slavery, Nebraska candidate. . In "Vilwof thesi facts, a meeting of the Central Qoniinittece of slid parties was held at HarrMmvg, oa Thursday the? ttth of September, 18?5; arid the nora--iaees httTihg^ecEned and been withdrawn, THOMAS HKBOL^ON, o£ BkaveS CoCstt, was nnanhnously HQtoirmed aa[ the candidate of the said parties, for the jnirpose of concentrating the votes of the anti-Xebrasl ¦ Jck party mil one man ; and be. isjhereby parnestl} rocomnieriaea to nil the lovers of Freedom in Pennsylvania as « capable, honest, anditree-heartednian, -rho is worthy of the confidence and support of tin people. | '--. JO...

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

| Money ae "Argument" Jt is a fact that the opponents to the Repub-. lican'Tiilk'et.are using the "-.money argument''' to makej voters believe that Cliase is a.polit--ical god Whence it came is still a matter ai speculation, but the conviction is quite general thif it has been'furnished.by the President of tlie Middle'town Bank. At all events. it'is in .the county, and is being "jwured out .like.wiser" l»y Chase and his adherents. A gentleiiian from Lathrop informs us that -he; was- offered../?« dollars, by V certain -Tavern 1 Keeper in this Borough; a few days ago, if lie would go and electioneer against Mr. Hempstead. And Chase has. likewise been acj^ng^as disbursing agent of a'-pretty ' heavy find[ la the eastern section of the ebun-¦ tj-: 'H ' " ."'' ':'V;-' •'- ; Voters! look you to it. Never was corrup ¦ tion more busily. engaged than now. A, migbtyfissue is at stake^the isi'ue between freedoijji and [ slavery—between patriotism and goljl—between God and Belial. JVhwh ...

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

i ! '- . AWhfgCandidate. ; .: j Just nnw, thtire ire'it set of-^ii^n, who -are.; '¦extremdlv anxious'toiiave a Whig.candidate <, i f . ¦¦-.- ° ¦ . • i lin the fileldin thisili-jt.ri; ¦. Tlwy cannot bear ; the ideal of bavins tha. Whis; paftv disband- i - . -. $ - *' ' '" i cd, andLyct there is not-one ainong. the i whdje ; bumbcr; as fur as 6ur*knpw!edge ex-.i I tends, khirit intends to vote fora\Vhig,s.hould i jone be' brought into.the field, butfbeir whole! ] object isito ileci the Hunker Representative i ! ticket- !Adav,;-or two since .a-gentlemen • jejune iuto Montrose.from an adjoiuing-couniv, who hadi formerly been a AVnig, and as sunn ; as his arrival was known,'<he.was surnnmded < :' - ,: - . by the Clique of Chase &¦ Co.. and every in-: ducement held out to him to run as an independent! candidate, on the ground that Hempstead w.jis'd Democrat, and at. the same time, not a mjm among the whole Clique but voted for Pierce three vears ago, s...

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

¦~^-"!'-;|*(^gBiHfOY'- Chase, th-c pink of ensistrncy, is pttt with a long»ru|le endeavoring -to showithat it jis ; ,o ific3stlteh^filr. tffg>P**e*? to>recei^e j the vofe tu-^ichan^tfcuntyjBanlc men. i Mr.' Chifeel foj^ctilthat it'js oaly one ye^r j since. ^ a8v«jate|. thc eI#c^on[r;of'[^' Iinjk Stocktoldejr/' Bank Director, Baiik' Ageut, ; Bank Attorney, and Bank. Assignee. Per-1 fcctly consistent for iff [phase to vote fa iJank'' nVenrtut'very inconsistent 'f»r'Mr. Hempstead toV«.e»>«"th«-;yote» of Bank inch! •; But that is not all of Mr. Chase's consistency. HJ° not only advocated the election of Mr. Tufrellr-who bad more, to'do with, the !• Bank1 than any other wan;!but he nprfosp } -the; electron of Hcmpstca»rwho opposed thb j Bank to the,utmost of his ability. ..Mr. I :Chase proyes-thnthi* opposition to the Bank gdis nb fahher than his interest leads himlj jio is;«jpp»e3 .t0, ^e.pr681?"1 State.admlniu^r^onbsVau^Q; [it'created one of two n^w -bonks;...

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

i .....'.. Riding Two Horses.! Chase,aiaf mg despaired of defeating any part of the Jlepublican County Ticket in an even raccj h& hit upon thehonoribje expedient of runni|gV.poW of, it undef-^Uie B«p> «oaan^iy^^>%.getting a. tkirA £<#% lnt°- the field, nimely,' tlie Know-Nothing. 'M ^dingily,. tn [-. connection witlr aj ibevy of Doctors, Patrick, and Lathrop of , Spriugvilie, and' Webb; Hatch, and othef original. Kiiow-Noth(ngs in Montrose,) he ijss, r«^ ssys,'.VnrfH^<f\Eiynat..Sr aith/ofWypm.iyg, to take: tu4field as,a Kno^Nothii^.^jdatc 'persel In this twchorse-jactijudguig from his last, paper, he feels as sure of vietory as he did over Hollister last fill. We h;r,e our r^iftWffc^S^ £"> s !?lSS c, iiei^tally,abjure8. It is all straightahead work| and in perfect harmony with his character. ?Ha Is the mortal fo: of Know-Nolhiiigistrti and can denounce it as flippantly and. as[: bitterly" as the mejat absolute Papist; -bui still, he h...

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

I Messrs. Ltnthrop & Smith* The qtic^ti-m i<'v>ften asked.! who the.Uiase nc.miiii-es fi»r Representatives'jire-in favor of .for L. S. Senator.' ; We canif't tell. Tliey of course will-support I ho party nominee, no matter wlik he mav 'be. To ex peel any thing different-Wonld be io expect them to ignorex I their own (position..- They are''upported-by j the:party,!auJ in turn "uist support'the parj ty themset' kes. '• One jthing is quit*' certain, they i are.not a going to support any Free- Sailer, for a FreeiSoiler, irt the'1 Demccratic-' party of Pentixyjvawia, "would bo abuil as great a curioMty ;ks° can ' Jie coiicelvid.; The last State Convention at the State Capitol clearly settled this poir^f— only six Delegates, being 'found tolvote for anything like; Free-Soil J'doctrines In1 their p>tfor.m ! Let the honest 'Free-Soil'voters, who are asked to support 7-1-' -^.,4 •.._. « —-.^^..j.;^-... WJiat i Free Soil iinan is likely .to take the nonnna-[...

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

I - •• !i -"OniBoth Sides." v [ v' - . . ». ¦; [ Chase ij) intensely cxereised lest Mr. Hempstead 'shojald be ' on both sides' of the Liquor question, [after the [example of [his illustrious self, on a[forriier occasion". When he was a candidate ha traveled from house to house begjging totes;—to Mr. A he gave eonvincing1, proof that he ^belonged to the Sons of Tcmperahce, and pledged himself to vote for PrAhibit^in :— to Mr. B. he exhibited his famous >' '[fithdraval Card,'' surreptitiously obtained, aiid swore1 positively he would vote aJii'ii!* ^Prohibition. He , therefore infers ths.t all men, and especially all ex-editors of the ' Defnocrat,' are as dishonest as himself. Bi: t does' the fellb^ believe bis own allegations or surmises ? . Not a bit of it. He knows it is false. He knows Mr.- Hempstead isnot tlie kna|e to cheat men of their votes, by pretending [to-be on.all sides of all questions.— He only states such a suspicion for effect, or perhaps|to provoke Mr....

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