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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

The Kane l^pedationfThrilline Advenlhie _ Some. -f the episodes encountered I during \Dr. Kime'sj search, have wild interest. At one time it: became necessary to send » fatigue party with provisions, to assist the-miiin party under Dr. Kane, in an atterhpfied passHge aeross-Smith's Sound.: This.partVwas under the command: of Mr. Brooks, first office/ of.the expedititm. He was accompanicc by Mr..Wilson and other,.volunteers.- Du> ingtheir travel they found the ice complete''t inpenetralile, nnd'a snowdrift at last'swep' wildly over thfc.foes and iri the midsVof r" heavy gale from the North, the thermrimet*r to their dismay.,sunk to fifty -seven degrees' below zero. Human nature could not tup. port the terrible cold. Foiir.of their ' paf£v including Mr. Brooks arid Mr.'Wilson^'Were priisf rated witlirr..zen feetv and with diSkjli!. ty three <'f their: companions, after encounter mg great suffering, reached the ship arid, ant-¦bounced the .condition of! jl.-ir con...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

A STORY FOR LITTLE ALICE. bt mouxs dcsk English; ¦ - . * . . - .., .-- 1 recollect a little girl, Whom in tlie'way I met; To shut my eyes and. look wiunii, 1 plainly see her yet. IT^r eyes they .bad ar. azure hue^—Oar wildlirig.TioIets'not ihore blue—Aiid from her gipsy hat's duress .... -'A1 single brown and waving tress Escaped, and on her rfioulder flung • A.shadow, where it careless hung. Art ai t!ess»happy deaf was she, ' Ai eyes of man would like to see. I stopped the tripping, pretty maid, And. in a jesting humor said—- . ' Sweet, will you be my wife, .-\ *Tjo bless"and beauthVtny lifef • Ilam too Httle,'now "said she; - -. 'Wait, Sir, otntil I older be;* No! further wouldthe darlina; say; „ . -But, archly smilingj ran away. Teli years had passed when 1 sat down peeidea lady dear; TO spoke, more love by eye .than, tongue, Heard more by eye than ear. / Coon her checks a mo lest glow-Kelpt moving faintly to and fi-o; •" • ¦ Eaph dear blue eye'lay shify hid Beneath its whi...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

ji7JB>epeftdei>f typtjtiiaip. CHARLES F. READ A5D H. H. 1TRAZIKR, BDI>^| . } JMONTROSE, PA, . ; - >: |' ThMsdjay. October 9S, ISCft. ^

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

..'¦!•' City and Conntry. There is one folly that we trust the people of these northern States are. pretty well cured of, and that is, looking to the cdurseof the majorUy in the large cities, or the generality.xtf "city papers, (especially those that circulate most largelyj in the cities,) for political guidance. ; Almost the whole strength of doughfaceisni in th)e NorthY*is in the cities and large towns.: This was the case under the old party organizations, and so continues. Silver Gray or Doughface Whiggery was scarcely known i out of New York,-Boston, Philadelphia, and the other cities. The Know Nothings of the North, though generally Free Soil in the" country, are in the cities as generally pro-Slavery!! This fact has shown itself more or less in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and recently'm Cincinnati and the otherprincipal tdwnsjof Ohio, which give large majorities againstjChase the Republican candidate for Governor.. And in our own State, at the recent: election, Phi...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

I Pennsylvania Election- j j Correspondence of the N. Y- Tribune. j I PitiLADEiPitiv Monday, Oct. 22,1853. The Official Returns of our-election show that Arnold Plumer, the candidate ot the sham Democracy,' is elected Canal Giminissiorier by a minority of the votes polled. Th-Republjcans are thereforegreatly ehcounlged, and are sanguine of success in 1836. p-Our reasons for gratification at the r:sult are four fold: ' I> V('e have compelled.Hindooism to acknowledge its weakness, by withdrawing its own-candidate and voting for Thomas Nich-' olson, who was an avowed Republican, and a member of the Republicau State executive committee. H [ II. We have given to Passmore Williamson, notwithstanding his declination of tinnomiuation, and. the formal withdrawal [of his name from the canvass, a heavier vote than the united voles of Henderson, Cleaver, and Martin- J ¦ j. j. III. [Although our organization was exceedingly, jniperfect; the work of the campaign having been;delayed t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

mmmmmmmmtm^mmBtama The Bemlt of : TJnlon. The rree-opif men of Ohio have sbttred .their brethren in, tunny o[f the oldetHState*, 'ejjjj'set |^^m^ofj|iVi<j^th^|[il ^nuldmiike has* to $£tll«s>. j&if victory- i&ere^ i ¦ -' * -4 '¦ \^ '*"t vis tlw ' v seems to JpointOo Spar, j Cheic, tte feWly? enpeted ^vernp|4ut tbe ItipubliW -CandW date for President. -||lew York hasber Sew, ard, and Massachusetts her Sumner and Wil-^on, but neither jS,j^,,c&4 show the solid jar. ray of Free Softer* thatj Ohio can, apd new ther has the same claim !to the candidate-^-r ft will be difficult for any State to overmatch" v the Buckeye in her present proud position ^ . : The Cleavelmid (Ohip), Leader (Republicait)ihus announces flic result; .j ! "* We'bave elected a T?epubflcafi[ <TOvernor: 4 We have elected a Republican Lieutenant Governor. |. .• ... •-,•(:.. ,'¦ * We have elected a Republican Auditor., : 'We have elected a Republican Treasur. er. . . ... ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

} Centiral America. ! v» e naveji narcn ot reports just now- winch look very bad forjthe prospects iif Gd. Kinney. According tii the New York Tribune, there are letter* iri New York from San Juan, slatingithat thy Colonel has abandoned his grand qxpedtiiiVn, there being. Only .two men of all hi* company who stand by him.— He is said ;to be expected home in the next steamer, lit appears to be beyond a doubt that the llj S. cornmerieal agent at San Juan, Mr. Mason, has- been dismissed Hy President Pierce for[ackhowl- edgiu<; Kinney's" ursurpat'on. . Hisj succesiior, Mr..Cottrell, ha's been already appointed and sent out to faipersede him. A eo.rrespiindcnt. of the. 'Wfislirngtoti Star, who [writes from San .luan, under date of'the loth nit.,.says that tinly three real residents at d property owners of the town, be sides sonic Jamaica negroes, wefe present at the meeting which el.-cted Kinney Governor. Another letter, ftont the sanie place, to the same papyr,saysj that K...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

Came* of flwBenlt in PennsylTani*. , Fronieie^huailelphia Enquirer. ?,: " It is, Jimiap», idle to speculate at pjiy gi^IerigaiJS^p' Ihe result o/the receft,^:-tiotti T^ ^|osition, it is C^*>, hMei-fifed def«ptedjj*n4' 'ch.ivfly because the|pni.i^ which wlfeso eaVnfe^jrdesired, and | l]bichpra»1sii ea^ential bkjiieccss, was notN^peoceo^. The effort made to accomplish it, came too late, l^fie causes-ofttefeat on the State ticliet ^ inay be briefly summed up thus:— 441. A mulplieity ot candidates for Canal Commissioner. There were, in .fact, no less thawfivein the. field in addition to Plumer. True, Mr! Willisttnson. Mr. Henderson, Mr. Cleaver.and. Mr. Marfih, were nominally withdrawn, but all were voted, for to some extendi" ««r;am partaof the Common wealth. aiid these; v«>fes, it is" highly probable wilf pnive ini (amount greater-than;Mr. Plurrier's majority;,. .. ...... . " 2. T^e ; neglect or p.sitive refusal of. a large body of conservative, voters to attend!...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

State Election The returns of the late canvass in o'ur State «r£ remarkably, sliiw c< iming in, so that we atp unable to give the majority.(if any) for Plumer, or the exact, majority of the Democracy in the Legislature^.. The attempted union upon Nicholson, altl ortgh sought with the puresjjk motives,: wa5 evidently too late, as it confusld the canvass very seriously in nearly every county ; and tlousands of votes have been cast for Henderson, Williamson, Cleaver, and Mariin; and other thousands ofanti-slavery votes were not, cast at all. From returns, it would seem that the vote, on Canal Commissioner is 5!0,000 t» 75,000 short of last fell's-vote, and therclorc is only a test and proof of the. superior activity of the friends of the Jepeal, of the, jug law. The Liquor League has done up its i usiness as slily and its clean as., the Know Nothings did theirs last fall.—Levisburg Chronicle.. l i General Peussier.—Extract of a private letter dated before Sevastopol. j 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

-JflPfti.- ' ^^^^Te»"r^"'^;'A'"" - rifw^T™o aepuoncan, pruitea in the ml W&$± - ,e '"G*'fgia, which boasts a £f H 'M10 9ayH h,J *'" y«' v*"A« roll of - lJrV< llr,he fcwt 4,f Biinker-Hill monu-Tl11l hair its'mpressionofthe 15th inst., the wftbt^g advertisement:: .'¦ JigftieWABD.—RUNAWAY from the snbseri.' bet- on the ?.2d ult, my Jfegro man ALBERT, who is 27. years of age, erry while, to muck to that he rouid" nofbt mtprittd 0/ being a Nrgro. Ho* blue eyti and very hght hair. Wore wben he left, a longthh) beard; and rode a common chestnut sorrel hors* worth about |70 be'ongirg to himself. :' He is about 8 feet * inehes high, weighs abonU 140 pounds, has a hnmble and meek appearance,canneither read nrr write, and U a kind a-id amiable" fellow, speaks much like ilw country ncgrt: He : has no doubt been led off by some mUcrable wretch' during mv •bfenc* toi New-York- * ; - -,. .' 'tlie above re**rn*/*fifl be jisld' forhis'deuV«ry W me, or ta lison,A Mackay, Sufaiuta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

ITEMS —The; Republicans:havei carried Tit.2i Couitty by 400 majority, and Potter b.fSOO. j—The population of Illinois is about l,l5ll 000,-1-being an increase of some 300,000 i:i five years.: s; - —Hon. Joshua R. Giddings is propoiicd"a< the. Republican Candidate for U. S. Senator, to be elected by the Ohio Legislature*. ! —Gov. Biglvr;is~ta'.ked of at the Den* cratic candidate for U. S. Senator froin.Pcresylvania. ' :: —Sitnta' Anna is said to. be now.in IVa-iingtoti, keeping himself very close, hut'buMing 5 frequent conferences - with Prcsidtn; Pierce. ' -—The American, party are successful v California, haviiig elected their GoverucraD-l a majority of the Legislature; They:W«» U. S. Senator j to elect. . |i ; -. - - .' - \ !¦•- , ¦- - '¦ —rTh'e Governor of Pennsylvania'siped, on the 9.h instant, the bill passed! hr a« last Legislature respecting the.cliartejf of a Erie.and Northeast Railroad Company. •—Dates from San Antonio -Texi5, *-. port that it is found by the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

Ohio Election. In Ohio the Republican State ticket is «uc-Cessful-j—a result attributable to the wise*and conciliatory course of the leaders of the anti-Nebraiks forces in thaf State. Let us go back ibid look at the circumstances under which ithat ticket was nominated.. In the first place the Republican State Convention adopted a eood anti-Slavery platform. Then; followed) an exciting struggle between those members of the-convention who wereKnow"Nothings and those who were not, for the nomination fir' Governor. Some thought that if Brinkerhoff, whom the Know-Nothings presented as their choice for Governor, Was sot nominated, there would be a split, in the convention.. Before the nominations were made!, each, candidate took a pledge to support; the nominees. S.^P. Cbise was then nominated for Governor; and among the other nominations were Thomas 'H." Ford, (the I same wbo mad£ the great Free&til Breech in the Know-Nothing National Convention, at Philadelphia,) for Lieut...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

'. For tk* JttjmlHcm.^ j, .- ..?- . '. j THE PAUL Vi^J. The 11th ot October, has fussed by, and our A&oalJf^ftibjB^ .bem|eU^1|prfdreds feof' 8i|4#«^|^ «ur|f f^wd btoonuog daoghiew flocked in|^ ^tn|ss the eabita|tiW;.: a|idVii>^'n^ 'e^^ o¥^'S ^ whether we epnaider the things to be looked at, or the crowd that came to look. Some one should writo a description, for^he benefit,, of those who!were not th^re, But to some other pen be the burden of such a |ask-^ou!rs is.not at all 4qual to![the subjects ) We write for a differen| purpose. ! In so much as regards the'main! features of the exhibition^ and the awarding of the larger portion of'the premiums, we wduTif'lnot express ourselves as otherwise than well pleased; but when premiums are offered and paid for articles manufactured out of. the County, while others; of home production,] and equally entitled to credit and encouragement; are passed by With butja brief notice from the committee-^we are quite disposed to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

WOOD! WOODJ WOOD! We have had to pay rhoney for Wood rer eently, and are already nearly out again. If those. Who intend to pay for their paper in wood, knew how. hard it is for us to get the money, [ theyji would certainly bring us the wood rfghYbff, ot else they Tire not the men we take tiiem-to be. ;- »=,,. ^7 .,- . ' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

,. "ou Amis ^>&tt;' 'pHE subscriber, weald again tsdtmi^^-^bUeas^ JL - timet* sp4,tflS.puulic generally thai he las' re-' ^Ved «lar& ftitabrtmentrof BpOT£A;-<tf?!flOES7 hleh heintcnds';seuln^1«4r 'Jl*i4itiPa$tireniT<(>4t> Jient Cheapet. ihaa*«* -pcsbougkt In thatmai-ket ,(iImi Ocnutoe Boot anifeSooeStore dewni.Toiyn or the . Rar»Charicsi forBar^i^,i«pyw|^uoiei«puHl.>T--i •HJuab 8tosh'' insv be found the first dobr Ea«\offheJ Odd Fellows' Hslf, Turn-pjk'e fctrect,'.«nr!fi<»'-- :" Although not quite to commodious »s some .•••stishs.V:l yet it answers omi purpose very, well for the present. | }f either can we promise onr ebstenteHf Ifest 6u> "csv tablrsbmcnt''will not b«'"jurpaaaed'! by aiiy in the country soon, but we will pr»raisag«r,qi^qa»ers that'1 wo will sell Boots and Shoes to ^uil.in fluality "arid,] price.-, Our,stock embraces a" general varMty, of.rieW j . tShd elegant styles of Ladles' and GeTitlertWs ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

| ttooUii Books, 1 ! ?? ^wfrtrwirJwrw T HE subsoiberjRQuld uift(CD>. hi > - pubKcgc«ewfflT'.Aat'f^i(i»on . .^ andbeat selected assortment of Bool, "- ¦ . to be found [juiy wherein Susquehann. ....... wlitcV-" } je will sell *br rcofly pay at prices tS!ft:t*nii*M'fall to sait. -? g>iR'jO!S[S ¥.ij."^i(:-i?HIIW«aZA[H ¦ /¦ Among the miscellaneous Books may.oe found ttiV ¦ jafe'of'washmgfori;'Jacfeoa;Taylor. Isaac Tv JUtf'i pcr,»AHo*alee Greeley, 1». T.'Baroum, sad otbemi Sjat-, Paperfj (Bcecher.) Humanity In the City, (Chap^UiT BelliSmitb Abroad, My.ConrtshipshditaConscqtiences, (Wykbfr;) Ruth HalL[ (Fanny Fern.) also. Ferr.1 ; Leaves * first and second, series • American- Agitatori ' sndltcfbrmers, Thonghtsarid Thlngs*tHom« and Abroad, Getting Along, The Old Imi, BoodVWoriw, Stanhope Bin high, The News Boy, L. Do*V .Complete:Work's, The Slave) of the Lamp..The Esea'pecT Nun,, Lewie or the Bended Twig, Membii* Of the Countess Illessington,: 2 vols. Goldsmiih"* Ani...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

niKsionarf Convention a}nd Ordi- j ! nation.i ) A Mi.-sionaryCpnveirttou will be held at Montrogo, - Pal), to'coinmence on Wednesday, October .31st, at , lujju'ckick a. if., and to continue through Thursday. ; Tule onluiation of Henry II. Jessup will take place ] oaiTburaday, r. M. Mr. Jessup is under appOiiitioent vt A. if. C."F. M. to Syrian Mission. The ordiuatson Aejcioti will be pit^tChcd by S. H. Cox,.D. H., and <w| cfiargi. given ^>v Rev. Joel Parker D. D. Geo. H-)Wood, Kl-c. A. B'. C. F. M., and Rev; Crouae fiom *hj ^outh S.-a Mauds, and B.uv.Ht.. Bonuey frwra Gbi-¦ a will be present A meeting ot much interest is ) s»jWpated. The friends of Miasious are invited, to : wfoiil. Those from abroad will be provided • with '¦ A^amodation. ; H. A. RILEY. ¦ 1 *", " " — . ,.| ' '.MAiRIED.' :,. - j)n the 4th instant, at the Methodist Parsonage iii: I Brooklyn, bv the Rev. Johii L. Staples, Mr. Obvills '¦ Vfr*x-T, of Dimock, and Miss Sakab Jass Giedis-E«j of Gibson. • ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

•} - __[_i__l^_^_——«^M I ', fO»BW»sHBWl;;r-..[r.';.t Pf the arrival at Ne# York orthesteamer Atiifefrom Liverpool, we have ww^fr*>ni e3oS« Week later. 4t issaid «^^ G,ir1sebalton i« to become the Russian mii-SXf War, and to be s.rcceeded by r,e,teral MXviod as commander,", the Chmefcearned-.«, with the greatest vigor. Mosco* SU Jy that 193,000 me,,, hav, W,^ d^ t;,the,,.ii.ury«..^^;;;;nvJre> French cavalry, »«*« .^g''^..rin ..n the detUte^lhc Uussians^ b«l 29t u ^r'T. «^.S «»J 27 *-'«ndoiicVs.. -1 rem-h. o-« . .„ a dfe>patch da. ed'i'.P ^Tj;° s Ifit .he allied fords to the ted-J.be ^y^^QQ „1HJt. in ineffectual move-^l^^,.?l«V tett flank. The Uidon S«,Xsays: .fthesc.nnvcments: : ••iiis plain frmit these operations on the J «jxtr«mt"s "f 4,UJ H"**"1" position, that ihe-iillied generals finding the entrenchirtetits f the enemy V"» strong to be attacked in fninL are seeking for some, mode of turning his ilanks, and so fitrcing him to abandon % uostuou which he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

,; j [Brooklyn School If otfee. . - There, win be a meeting of the Board of School Dii^tmfs^fBroOldya ^ai the Cfehtte School Houac, on &tui^ay>Kov?)l,^«a4 at one o'clock PvX.. The C\wnt!y Sbperinteirti»twal be present Jbji*he essm-Ination of Utose«^eepn^4obo emptotedbi teaching in tie! District d6rtngteeni«u^W[juter ,^ de~ slridimdexpecWtWTeacfaarawul have been aeleoted for the ililfcrent Schools previous to that time. ¦ By[ord«:,<>f *«t.J?<*r4-v :-/-¦'. vl ^ ' /* ;r —^ « g !'" i "- -''^'IK. fy C ™ * ¦ "' ' ' ¦ -!¦ "i 1 ¦¦ 1 [ iHLUNElVATNEW MILFORD, P«; •.- '¦%'¦ --"'.M(*s;-e. Di-[w»t>*k A A'' J TXT^QtriiD iw*jeetfully give notice , to.the publk i.? „T L[''*»***•] WJ:^lil"B resumed her business at MtlHnbr at NewfBBford; Pa. ghi has artangemento by wWcB she wfllreetin! from New Yd* the latest styles] of Ladies' and Misses' Hats snd Bonnets of every djpserirrtion,jjand «l»o to procure on ahort notice jnyjKde of tlfe kind tint any person-mig...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 25 October 1855

. -y-u.. --f^i!- -°'.''Jl~*^y:' y^^w^jv-:-~v^^e5» B»f virtue offunttrs '*wiu Issued out of the ItSqii' '.W.c°B«n<>n! Pliesso df/Suiq'. Cp^ and to me di- j recteO. wifl expose to .sale'bt public vendue at the \ Court House in Jfobtroie, oa'fsa^urdav, the 17th day of Odober. next, a^pKe o'clock P. M., the foKofiringB^E^,,to>lt^~Alt that certain piece of Und jsUnato.and being[In thef.township of Jackson, in tb« county; of Susquehanruti, and bounded as follow»,;to wit:—On (he itbrdi-ekst by lands«f Thomas Noiris; on the south-east bv binds of Moses B, Wheaton i ]ou thesputh-weat bv tends of Nathaniel Aldrich; and north west by lands ot Alvah Rounds; containing 52 acres more or lesa, wltli the appnrtenances, one Board.Shanty, one Birri Frame snd about two seres ) hnpioved. ,-; '*;- ¦'.... :'[ ' - - ¦¦ | :! Taken in execution at thesijtvttf Henry BurreU'aw. BJlejr. Curtis 4 Iia Curtis. / -: *-tS0., All that certain piece or parcel of land Sit- eatein tne iown'sbip o...

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