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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 February 1855

^^^^^¦¦¦¦aMapBBBMBBBMB ^ ; - WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERitl ^ ¦ . #ec.;.*c. *c. - ^v., G OLD ojd gnvcr Patent Lever, Anchor and Lapine Watches, just received and for sale by " }; BESTLBtfeBEAiD. ;-.--""""^ Jcwjelryj Jewelry. . ^:3p-:~ "- A GOOD assortment ot Jewelry, consisting of Ear' Rings, Ear Drops, Breast Fins-, Finger Rings, i Ac. A-c, justreccivpd at BESTLgy> KBAO's.'; , = Silver Spoons. -' 7^ ~~' ' '¦ | Tea, Table; Desserti, Sugar, Salt, &c., warranted puri, ' for gale by . f BEXTLEY k READ. } Boot* and Shoes. - An unusually good assortment of the best make, •"¦* • j freth and perfect for sale by. BEXTLEY & READ. ^ j ~ : : Dmgs and .Tledicines. A fresh stock genuine'Drugs and Medicines, Patent ! Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dyc-stufli, &Ci, for.sale by. ¦ Dec. is] ' BEXTLEY kREAD. ; NOTICE. WHEREAS my wife Sophia is reparated froaa my.bed and board, and has Jb'ernhare pf al - property, This is to forbid all persons1 trusting her . ;' on my account, ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 February 1855

L '•'"¦ . ¦', 'NOTICES.- '_ ¦ -'.: ' " |'1: : Rough A Ready.-—Thcncxt regular meetT ing will be held on Saturday,.March 3. A full attendance, is requested. D. SAYRE, Sec'v.i ; ' -¦¦ Feb. 19. . "I j Rough; dc Ready Fire Company will hold its semi-annual meeting for the election :of officers onMOndav, March 5. " - ' j ' \ \ i Feb. 19; i ' D. SAYRE, Sec'y> ;! '! - '.-" ]' i'- ; gp^There will be a meeting of the Susquehanna; Teacher's Association at Harford University on Saturday, Feb. 24, at 12 o'clock M. Itisexpectedtb&e, will tw «n evening session. - | f ' : At the meeting held in Jackson on the 10th Inst, tbe election of officers was postponed till the meeting appointed above. ,. Per I ^c'Sec'y.|y ¦ ¦ ¦; ¦'¦ >—; :—— - ." h\ Eeuublican Meeting. }.. i There- will be a Mass meeting of Republicans at the Hotel of Elliot Benson in Susquehanna Depot on Friday evening.next, ( Feb 23d. )Wm. Skuart, Editor OfBinghamton Doily Republican, Chas.BaIcom.Eiq. aud Leon.1 P.'...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 February 1855

A ' Take Notice. \\. ¦ LL persons iindebted to A. Ac.E. BALDVris, by note or boofc accounts are respectfully [reminded that- it Will berjvery acceptable to us to hare' the same paid soon, j A. k E. BALDWIX. Montrose, Xovebiber 20, 1854. I | • • !. ''STefSri:8!}sT6vi:s'! ¦ "j •,, THE subsrribiTH beg leave to inform the citizens of Brooklyn! iuid vicinity tlwt they hav^i just received ; a lot of &lpt<et, which they ofler for sale as low as (hey can be purchased elsewhere in the countv. A LSO—A lot of STOVE PIPE and Elbois of the different sizes, at manufacturers prices. ,\ • ¦ WAXTED—Q\a Iron, Copper, and Brass, in exchange^ for Stoves or other goods. } , IJlW stock! of Winter Shawis"just receivedand for sale low; by SillTH k HEMPSTjEAD. i 'jivAWTED, Tf ''¦. 5,000 bushels of Clats, ^4,000 bush. Dried Apples, 2,000 hushcls of 'Vn, 1,000 bush. BuckWicat, 1,000 bushels of five, . 500 . " Bcaul,j and any quantity of Partridges, at the highest market prices, iin exchange f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 February 1855

! PROCI.AHIATIOIf. WHEREAS I have just received a new stock of Winter Goods which have been bought at the. lowest prices, and whereas I am iu great want of Cash, Woolen Yarn, Com, Oats, Butter, Eggs, Wood, (four feet long,) or anything else lb keep a poor man from Starving, I, am bound to sell goods at a very low figure for any of the above articles. Just call and take a-look, that's all! \ S. A.LYOXS. 1 Lancslioro, January 1, 1855.: fOROCHE and Scotch Plaid Shawls, French Meri-Xj nos, Paramettas, DcLains,--tc, at. I Lanesboro, January 1,1855.] 8. A. LYONS. -, "mTs. Avii.sbif a »o?i -• :n\,f AY be found in S. S. Mulfoi^'s old store, East LLTJL side of Public Avenue.1 {- ¦ - Montrose, Xoveraber 16, t86i. FACTS FOR^His'i'EbpTiir7 THE subscriber is carrying on the CHAIR MA KIKG JIUSIXESS in all its various branches at the Chair and Ware Shop in Harford, where may be found a greater variety of Windsor and Rocking Chairs than at any other establishment in the county; ' also Flag and Ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 February 1855

1 BEAUTIES OP MOBMONISM. j J]JfeceiMeoi|§ §eieeito^ A Washington correspondent ot tne n. ,. tribune, speaking of Mormons and polygaihy, says : ^ • Apropos Jo this subject I .subjoin a curious and striking, extract ol a private letter from a lady, which has fallen into iny hands, that touches upon a point mine social relations of the Mormons, of;Reding interesV which, in the hands of a capablewriter, mightvbe expanded into a tale of surpassing power. A pursual of the graphic; and removing extract referred to, will show; that I allude to the internal struggles of the early and devoted Mormon wife, with the fell influences of the religous superstition that holds her in its fatal graspA . i , I It requires nogreatlinsighttoperceivc that it is the leaven of the'womanhood of modern civilization among tbe Mormgns, carried ttaithler by them,-which preserves that body from the feculence of utter corruption. It is an influence which is hourly growing weaker, as a matter of course,' an...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 February 1855

HOW MUCH THIS CSOUHTSY OWES- It is a favorite boast of Americans that their Goycnlm'ent is almost tqei only "one in the ciyilized .world, which is nojb deeply plunged in debt. |So far as it relates to the United States, in iljs Federal«capacity, it is well founded. But.so (irri as it relates to the one and thirty Commonwealths of! which tho nation is composed, itlis an absofutc absurdity, since the majority of I these latter are deeply, if not inextricably, ih debt. jWe hear this bit of braggadoeia do! frequently that. it is worth .while to devote) - a, few- moments to showing its folly. . ; ' ! In iEngland, France, Austria, and all other consolidated nations, there isj but one cxr chequer to rtieet every want of Government There is, consequent!)-, but ouo national debt When we.say that Great Britain owes nearly eight hundred, millions of pounds, or four thousand millions of dollars, the whole story is told. But if we should assert that the en tire debt bt pthe. United State...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 February 1855

¦ -1" FELLOW CITIZENS, YOU have just acljio ved a signal triumph. On the btoodlcts fieW of- Peace, with Freedom for your watchword and'the '? terror of Kings" for your battle-axe, you have wrbugut « revolution which, in the Old; World woiild.hiivfc shaken off tlie crown, if not the] head of «v'cry/jle«pot, and buried him beneath the shattered ruins of his own throne. And now amid your high rejoicings aad the jubilant shouts of victory Ion every n'anrt,! beseech you forget not those humble companiajjjs who clmife to vour standards in the days of your adversity and defeat, and who* are with you now Iriprnepcrity and success, especially your old patriots friend irHS'-DCTTisr, Who on the sunny height? of fiir famed Montavue, • Has mei your deadliest enemy and won the victory too. Entrenched withfiphis gates or pearl upon' his ebon thrones, '',!|j" .;' - • | - ') < Be wears a crown; of ochihg ri' erves, and speaks in hi 'man'groan^ '-\ ¦ i ! ¦"¦ Hollows beauty's round cheek, clo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 February 1855

: fio,<KM» or MEto dooms !i. GBE^Airr^jcrrtoK! * Great Ruth for the New Goods at Eaton?t f ONE PRICE STORE! ' THE West and cheapest stock of Fancy, Domtitic and Staple Goods ever brought into Susquehanna county. One hundred .cases Dry Goods, com* prising in part as follows: ; i Rich Changeable Silks, Fashionable SUk and Sat .i " Stripe !""-.•• [Bonnets. I " PlaW i ' « French nmnea; . ¦ L " Black ! -«'- -200' piece* Bonnet Bib. Waaaa Bonnet " [bona, ^ Bonnet Sarins,,,. ¦. 100 pes. Fancy Dress do. [AU wool Detaihes, : Velvet Dross Cuttons, iParWan \[do FigW. k colr'd. Velvet PlajddeCosw, • Fifty Bay State.Shawto, Clouded de Berge, > Cashmere da \. English Mcrinoes, Brocha a> Paranietto's; -: ' Silk ¦'-.... dojLyobese Cloths, ."';•' Gloves, JBokiery, etc. Coburys Cloths, Casgimeres, French chan'ble de Beive, Vestings, Embroidered Robes, , Flannels, Ginghams and Prints, ' * Wool Blankets, ! Scotch Plaids, - ' ,' Linings, " J White Goods, TicldngB,-., WroughtChinii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 February 1855

'.'liYifiSt filis, .• ' ¦ FOR ALt TUK ItIrPOSES OF A '." FAMILY PBTY8JIC." ' Till nt has long.exlstcd a; public demand for an effective purgative pill wljich coujd bd relied on as sure and; perfect m- its operation, ji This has been prerlar 3d to meet the damand, and ari dxtensive. trial ofltk firtucs has conclusiyely shown wirh whartsuccess it accomplishes the purposes desiSned. It is easy toj 1 ia|tts a peysical pill, "but not 4isy ,;to make - the best ol'a1l/»7/*-i-onc woico Should-hjivc none' of the' objections, but all of the advantages ;of every other.— This3i is,been attempted here, an<^ With; whatsUccess wo Woujft respe'tjtfully submit to thejpublic decision. It hasjbiien vofrirtunate for the pati|jnt hitherto that almost every purgative medicine is, iacrinonious arid irritsitiiifto thopowcls. This is not! Many of them produie so much griping pain and; revulsion in this system & to more1 than counterbalance the good toibe dcriyed frorathira. These y«H« produ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 February 1855

1- A SBXECT STOCK OF ; •! ¦¦ '¦[ VMMER OOODS AT - "I I. L.JPOST & co.j '-j..: -. .i- WE ndw offer to the public the most choice and thejiarm stjom of Goods to be had any where in the country^ and for tbe very lowest prices, without variation. ; •'.''¦ ,'i i' , 1 -' S kSADTMADECLOTHING. . i' UMMBR STYLES. I. L^ Poarr 4 Co. have just made la large addition to their stock of clothing,: consisting now of- everything desirable,for the buyer at such prices as are sure to suit ! Tho goods are made first pte, and we warrant the work to be equal if not superior to any! ever before offered in this mar- ket Our Istock comprises Coats! fine black French Sacks, Frocks and Business;- Tweed, Cassiiriere and Jean Sacks and Frocks, also) brown and white Sum- merplain| andtwille\l. Vbsis—White and colored Marsaille8{Valentia,|Lash^g, figured. Barathea; figurcd.silk and Satin,;and every variety; good arid cheap. Pasts—Firie black Casslmere, doeskin, col. tweed, Summer |tun*. linen drill, cot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 February 1855

BUSINESS CARDS. "Z"-::."",r"'~"t:'T"''ii' "•• "" "™: ""r*"r r ""'"" ~"- A. & E Baldwin, MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, HARNESS, Trunks, Whips, 4c, in the Basement of Scarie's Hotel, Montrose, Psii ; ; ! . 0. IK. Simmons, BOOT AND SIJOE MAKER. Shop first door cast of Odd Fdloirs1 Hall, Turnpike St, Montrotet ' ¦ ' ¦ '' ' - - | W. Singleton CAX now be fout)d at his new stand on Owego st. two doors w^st of Searle's Hotel, where ho ef: fectually repairs with ditpatch, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Guns, and, every description of Machinery. Wheel cutting; Gun and Watch materials supplied to the trade. j ;' : / ' JTJJr. H- Smith, STJRGE0X DENTIST, Montrose, Pa., at Scarie's Hotel Mondav* and Tuesdays of each week. flenry S. Knapp, MONTROSE, f A., fwith Row, Woodruff «fc Carter, Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants, No. ITS Washington {street, between Courtandt and Dey'streets; IJVcib Yirk. . i Caleb W^elu. (Q ADDLE, HARNESS, TROjNK MAKER and Car-O riage Trimmer,; ;Shop at his dwell...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

x THE JEW. ."" I, - 4C Ivies' ^J, §i(ciii)cgi A TALE FROM THE KCSSIAX. I was at Vienna a few" years ago. After trying several tabks-dhole, I established myself at a hotel ill the Judenstrasse.- frequented by a select society. Mr.., Muller, master ofihis establishment, did its honors with thorough German gravity. Perfect order, ex-. treme and -conscientious cleanliness, reijnied throughout the house. Unc might pass thro' the servants' room, and even through the kitchens, w.thout meeting*\7ith anything by which the sight was in'the least offended.— The cellar was as well -arranged! as a bookcase, and the regulations of the house, as regarded hot h the service and the hour of'meals. , were as punctually observed as. they could have. Weu in a seminary. "If a guest came in , late, though it were but len'mjnufes, he was served--apart in an adjoining room, that the ' comfort of all might not be sacrificed to. the convenience of one. ' .' In the conversation at. this table-cThott th...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

__ ___ SHALL UTAH BE ADMITTED LNTO THE ' 'it A iONIONt ' f • - . L4l i-^l: -.-___J Tlie niemlipr Of Congre?s who mu^t vote on the .admission of a Sttte^ musti'iask himself, if it| becohies lecessary, Has this applying Stat<j;a rejjubliam form of government 1 And thub; wejaskj do the Mormons form a! republic[? yThis jliads to another question;! What Ms| a j-cpublic? Dictionariiis," which liardly ^ver jgiye definitions, but;! merely strive to| indijeate the sense'Of the word, are1 of no use; to ujs ii) his case, and in a i inquiry^ which, iff suei'esifiil, would furnish ttuthorityj for the ;Iexicogra >her, but- cannot take tbej lexical, explanations as a. standard|i Abov<j all, we areb4uud to tyke the word Republic in the seiise i(i w;hich it was usually tKken at] the tinitj: ofi the framing of our .C;nstitul tion, and in >vhieh we know, orN hive good; reason to believe, the framcrs to hive taken iU ' c-'i ''. M ¦ - ' u" I A State isjuot n republic,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

PEACE AND WA&- :^M^P^\ •¦-¦ Freri> the London. Daily N' ews. StNiiiT, Nov. 5th. - lie village tells were ringing Bv the bonlerof thg sea; • ' Th< robin I>lith?ly singing, Chanted in the holly-tree; From the elms about the hall—^ ; Trdm the mill beside the \veii>—••' Underneatli the church j ardwU—- '<• Came the gathering groups to pravcr. ' Then they softly closed the door, And the people all-arose, " - ' 'Mid the knights upon the floor,. -• - Who had Saracens for foes; ' , Andythe simple psalm was sung, And the children turned to Dray. Where the baron's hateliiuent hung,-* "• . And the gripi .Crusader lay.- • In thacarved chancel stalls, ' ' ! " Knllt.a maiden in the j-un, ;. ... ; And the marble on the walls Told of fields her father won. ^ - . ' She was pleading iri her love, ¦ " ' Thatlier lover mi ^ lit not die; - Ahd the augcls wept above—For they heard his dying cry. , . The #weet chimes from the steeple .'. Reached the'sai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

\ WiKB AHDSEA. ; From Piilnam\* JfontMv. V :j. ¦ i 1 __ ¦:, . i ,! : . 1 , :The:.se« 1$ ajovid comrade, ; ' \ -Be laughs wh erever he goes: \ ; His mtjrritiients lines in the-dimplinj'iiuo, . . \ Thatl'wrinkles his hide repose; ; \He ffiy^ himself 1 lown at the feet of the Sun, ; \Ajid shakes a 1 over with glee, • f . ..' AnJ. the broad-backed billows fall fktnt on the ifv short),! J /.< . A. ¦ . / In the m'trtlf 6f the mighty Sea I / i. But til: wind is?sad and restless, I J A^fii cursed with an inward pain;! , ] " . Touj lit iy harftsaj you will, by vallei; or. hill, . But you' heiil-jhim still complain."; ¦ He ijvajls on. tliejUaiTen mountains, ^ And shrieks (ill the wintry sea; f Hesolfs iii the ^edarvaiid moans in (the pine, j And shudders all oyvr the aspenjtrec. . Welcome arc; b^th their voices,. j '. And I know not wbich is^?eat—J. : -.The|laugh.icr;ih|<t slips from the Ocean's lips,;! Or the comfortless winds unrest. / A There's a palig In all rejoicin...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

A STAGE EOUTE TO CALTFOENIA Gentlemen of Str Louis and elsewhere are5 endeayori ug to establish a daily 6r weekl/ line of stages bettveeb Missouri and Galifbrnin. 'They, wish to organize a company, with capital ai sustain the line a yeah The means 1 . being, made sure? of, the Company would ob-' tain a .fon^Lnf men, stages, and horses, adopt a line across the phi'nis and .through the moun- . tains, and locate stations fifteen, twenty," or thirty miles apart, as the character of the country might admit,;and improve the sanie \- by jieimanent tenaments, stables', and inclosures, with men at ea^b station to guard the property and take care of the stock, and suffiV cient'horses or mules for changes and'rel'ays. Ten through passengefs daily, at $100 each, w.ould prtfdnce $T20,ObO. The way-business would adito this, acclirding to to the .states ment of Mr. Mitchel ^ and an immense amount of gold would pass ovir the line at a heavy .'-¦ freight. The mails, thby say, could be carrie...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

J, TheNewTanff- - ° > ' The House {of Representatives, on. Satur--' day last, adopted'an amendment to" the Gen--: eral appropriation bill, reducing the tariff on brandies and all other distilled liquors from • 1Q0 per cent, to SO per cent, ad.valorcm; on wirtes,. tobacco^-cur; glass., mahogany, and-^tJier fancy Wood, from--40 per cent to 33 per cetifnd valorem'; on iron in all shapes, ' cotton fabrics,! woolen do., (with exceptions,) carpets, arms] ale and beer, clothing, coal, v cutlery; furniture Jiats,-hemp, jewelry, linen manufactures, silk rnanufactuers, wares of brass copper, iron, tin, «fcc, from 30 per cent. to 24 per cent; salt, dyestuff, seeds, ice, and animals of all kinds, to be henceforth Free; : and most other articles to. pay 20 per cent Jess than they have hitherto done. . •: We believe this tariffis in some respects an' improvement on that of 1846, but. while it will benefit a portion of the States, it must, prove most injurious to Pennsylvania. This-St...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

jr^dom'al^ch»<mwaxd- Since the- passage _©/ the Nebraska bill, elections hale been hel'd iii most of the] Free States. The general result of those elections is the best evidence of the present state of feeling at tlie S[brth, on lite Slavery question. Every Governor that has!; been elected, Is an avowed anti-N^braska -man. A yeryigrsat majority of the Representatives elected to the next Congress, are alsb Free^Soil men so that we are sure of aSFrcc-Soil Houslr of Representatives, during the session succeeding Vne one that-passed the Nebraska bill.— Withinlfhe last year,' the Legislatures of eight States have elected [United States Senators1 , ai'-follows-: Maine; W, P. Fessenden, to fill a! vacancy; Vermont, Laurence Bernard ; Massachusetts, Henry Wilson, in place of Edward Everett; Connecticut, L". S. Fos-. tcr; New York, Wm.H;Seward; "Wisconsin, -Charles Iburkee, itf place of Isaac] P. W Talkcr; ~ Iowa!,-Jamesl|iarlan, j in place of A. C. Dodge;!Illinois, LynSan Trumb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

AN ACT To Prevent the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on the firtt day nf the week; commonly called ZSunday. : Sec. 1.; Be it enacted! &t, That from and after the.fifstiday of April next, it shall not be lawful [for any person or persons to sell, trade or barter in any spirituous or hialt liquors, winelor! cider on -ithc. first day.of the week, eom'mdnly called ['Sunday, or for the keeper or keepers of &ny hotel, imi, tavern, ale-house, beer-house, bi, other publictiouse or, place, knowingly to hllow or perfnit. any spirituous j or malt liquors, wine or;eider, to be'drank oii or within^ljje ptemises!br liouse occupied <ijr kept by sucjh keeper or; keepers, his, her, of- their agents or servants, on the said first day of the week. j; Sec.,2 That any person or persols violating the prbvisions of the foregoing] section, shall' for eaeji and-every, offence forfeit and pay the sujn of fifty dollars, one Raltjof which shall be p;jid|to the prosecutor aiid the oth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

Senator Wm. H. Seward. The Kennebeck(M^iune) Journal, an ablyconducted Free Soil piper, comniehting upon Mr. Seward's xc-e ection to the United States'Senate, trusts that his friends will not misunderstand the sause, and the ineaning of his triumph'. ,l His election (argues the Journal) is not the success jj or the defeat of cither of the old I political organizations]. (His bitterest and ablest foes t are among) those who claim to belong to-thjy party with which he labored froWi its formation to the hour • of its final overthrow, "Msfny- of his -] ablest and most devoted friends;: and supporters have belonged to the ^Democratic party. In reality his election has been secured by that party which jhas been gaining numberjs and strength frpm all former organizations] which has arisen a- yoiing giant, soon to be tlie Hercules to drive the monster from the national capitol. and tramplejundcr its feet the serpents and j vipers which have alarmed and bitten the Sons of Liberty; an...

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