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

I; The Canitalof Haine- Under the-influence of a Temperance Governor, and a Temperance Legislature, Augiista promises to become undistinguished for order and]sobritty as it has previously been tor intemperance a!nd its kindred vices. The LegislatWe is now in sessionj and a gentleman -iiirtung frpm'Portland thus speaks of his visit to that place!: H^jl wasjdejighted with my visit to Augusta. Thei cliaiige there is very great • Formerly it wias alljrum and profiuiity, from Governor dowjn to door-keeper. Now it is till Temperanu? and jTeetotaiism, from the highest to the lowest. Governor, Council, Senate, all Teetotallers, jmdj. warm Maine I^aw men, every one' ,: the Ili'ibse—not a drinking man there so ljir as I co'uld learn ; and the red-faced Outsid«|rs and lobby-members were all gone, not one] left t° remind.us of Uie'genenttion. * ¦4.: * j* ] When I began to, visit Augusta fifteen yearsjag<>, in rulati-m to a liquor law alljwas iiiitn, runij everywhere, and n...

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

WSSSB^^ >—¦ wm* *m«—i '.'-:¦:M0{ pMM ' ' • /r. READ AKU II. 11. FRAZtKB, EDITORS MONTRpSE, PA. Thiirfitlav. March 1 ^jjs^*

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

•Have You Heard from 'Eoosh.'. AVe think it cannot be denied that the democracy have triumphed in Rush. Kiel - Tupper,'aarles B.Pcrrigo, and the other .successful candidate*, we believe are pretty good Democrats. The defeated candidates, however, *ill'doubtless be surprised to learn : 4hey were on. tlie wrong side,—on the anti-Democratic ticket, in fact,—rand will therefore *-\ Kt themselves .right by going over to the other side, as soon as| possible. N. D. Snyder, for instance ^ who thought ne was the ' regular Democratic'! candidate for Assessor, must have, had his eyes'opened when he received but 10 votes. Or, if he still thought the Democracy was beaten .in his person, he learned better 'when became to read the news. And the! Irishman who was so highly incensed at the ¦ result of the election, as to Uweaten.to.burn the house-s of some of his neighbors, who] he thought had coptributed j to the result, .will no doubt cool off. whefthe ' learns that the tDimmeycrats' have tr...

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

—. ¦-. .- j ' ' I; 1 THISTY-THlED COHGKESS. ( -j - ¦ . SECOND SKSSIOV. j.- ' . . The bill to protcjit officers and other persons acting tinder the authority of the United States was token up February 23d. ' « The bill !proyides that if a suit be commenced in any State Court, against any officer of the United Stttes, or other person, for any act done under law, or color of law of the. United States, the defendant!may remove such suit to! the Un ted States Court, sitting iu that circuit, and if there is no circuit in the district in the; Coutt clothed with circuit powers.; /- ; • . • . Mr, Wade considered this bill aa designed to again introduce the agitation of slavery into Congress. Mr. Douglas—The Senator from Ohio regrets that tlie s=cssi<in couldn't pass by-without agitation. There is not a word or line in that bil| having aiiy reference to the Fugitive Slave act .;'¦•'' Sir. Badger—Ye i, there is. The word color in the phraas " under color of law" [laughter.] The ...

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

i RESOLUTIONS. ( Relative to] tlavery and its extension over territory now free, Thjj; following is a copy of th^e resolutions introduced irito the. Pennsylvania Legislature by Mr. L<itt. ] ¦ _ Rejsolve' dlytic,, That our Senators be instructed hnd our! Representatives earnestly requested to oppose the admission of any new SUitui as a]member of the National Union unless Slavery or involuntary servitude, except tor-crimff be prohibited therein and to urge upon] the National Congress the adoption of <Sueh;lmeaKures as will effectually prevept" the holding of human Ixiings in bondage and as chatties iii > the territories of the United ¦States. ! ' '' ¦¦.-•-, : Resolved, That the Governor of the Common]wealtii be requested to forward a copy of thjese resolbtitjns to the Senators and.Itepreseritatry! s of the Commonwealth and people of Pennsylvania in the present Congress, of tlijc United States. '.

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

' ' • . l ' '¦ ¦¦' - ' '7:-|; ]¦" : !TElIfl.-' -. —Slavery has been abolished In Peru -by the new'jjPrCfldent. ; ., / . —Th^ California Legislature has adjourned i««etf«, jthus defeating the election !bf a Senator! {¦' ¦ ~~ .{;•' .- ¦':,.-•",. --H' ~Thi House bill to modify the rates] of Postagtl wai takcn ~ up in theSehateiFeb.27. OneproVisiOnrcquires prepayment of letters, always |by stamps, 'after the firstjbf January, 1856. j Another prbvidesfor. the registration of lettef-s. After some consideration the bill was parsed; / . ' "—In] the State Legislature, on Saturday, resolutions passed both houses, requesting our Congressmen to resist the passage of the bill allowing a credit of three years for duties on railroa|l iroh. j —According to the Utica Herald, Major Hall, if Brooklyn,;declares th ^ at!of the eight hundred persons licensed to sell liquor in Brooklyn !last year, only thirty-five were Anurkan born citizens! .—"Jhe Law to prohibit the sale of liquor on th<! S...

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

¦-; ;-^A»EC»cra'<»'llE:rlA^^^ Mr. Jay had become aware of ^ a growing evil among his brethren, arising from a cause with which' he being familiar, determined upon nsbukjng and denouncing it, jWhenin the midxt of bis discourse' he said-: ! ;*lfy y?ung brother, it is to be regretted thattnany;; enter the ministry after they, have been educated, to'whose services the church has» claim, they look round nhd select a lady for their wife, but they;are careful she.'pos^ sesses a fortune. After a time they begV i to get weary in well doing. They take coll, It results in a coiigh, they are so weak that they cannot attend to the duties of their office.—- They resign, and live upon their wives* for. tune. I know five cases of this kind,mw it never be your Jot' , /. ' . During the delivery of this keen rebuke, there was a young minister, or rather an exminister, who did not seem very comfortable, After the service was closed, the merits of the discourse were canvassed,' and the ge...

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

. The Investigating Committee. The Committee appointed by thi Legislature to j enquire, into the alleged corrupt rqeans etnployed 'to secure^the election bf a Stnatorj are prosecuting their labors. One of the witnesses, a young lawyer of Harrisbnrg, was particularly examined as to what hj>. knew) of a certain letter of which' the. following is a copy: ! ;] j Satcedat MoKxufo. i Jacob II—--.Esq:—Last night Mr. Herr placed in your hands $900, ifor which you -pledged] yoijrself to certain: things. How tfiese things were done for Dr. Jane it is unnecessary to say; but sir, you will rem'embcrjyoii made the proposition;- Now sir; Dr. Jane repudiates and. condemns this transaction.! I- do not resort to; threats ; but 1 desire y!ou to return $400 to Mr. Herr before 12'o'clock to-day—-the $500 you can remhi. There mav not be anv resort to law if you do this; but another and more effectual means bf redress. I .make no comment on your conduct under the circumstances; but sball w...

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

The Senatorial Quegtion. H arrisburg, Monday, r eb. 26, looo. In the House thislafternoonj.Nthe majority of the Committee to investigatethe charge of bribery,, in relation to the Senatorial election, made a partial report, after being called upon to do so by the/rest)lution of the House. The report stated that twenty witnesses had been examined; that four or fiye could hot be found, and that many-yet remain to be examined ; that the testimony is fmperfect arid unsatisfactory, and in its. present shape' should) not be published. It also stated that no testimony, thus far, had. been-developed, calculated to fix on either candidate for Senator before the Joint Convention, any attempt- to obtain the nbinination and election,. by 'corrupt or,- impr oper influences. .• Mr.: Jordan, the Chairman of the Ctrtiamittee, and Mr. Browne refused tb sign the report, because they placed a different estimate, on the endence adduced.: - ¦":"?'¦ American C' iti/.kss.,Born Abroad.—An act has be...

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

The Senatorial! Election—Adjournment HarrisbC-bo, Tuesday, Feb. 27,1855. Tlie<tw<[) Houses irtet in joint Convention' this morning, and resumed balloting for U. S. Senator, with the following result: 1 Simon Cameron, |55; Buckalew 23; scattering, 52.' No choice.' The above shows a slight falling off among) Cameron's] friends, he having had 59 votes at; the previous trial. -.* Second] iballot: Cameron, 54; Buckalew, 23; balance scattering. Third ballot: Cameron, 55; Buckalew, 23. A motion to adjourn till l\ o'clock, iiivas lost—63 to 66. A motion tp! adjourn, tothe first Tuesday iri Oc tober nextj'was agreed to. Yeas C6: Nays <&' !j }¦]. '..-•! - ¦ ¦ ' ' [I ¦ : Tlie action of the Convention is virtually an indefinite postponement, and gives Gov. Pollock the] ppwer ofappointingaSeiiatorto act until an; election by the next Lteislature

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

CORRESPONDENCE. , letter from Judge Wilmot ¦': ToWASDA,«Veb'j-, 24, 1855. To tJit £<ti'ort °f tht RePuoiiean •' rKfrii"ra: I have just read, in the Montrose ¦ n^crtt of the 22nd inst, a letter purporting to v.,, teen written by meto Simon Cameron. > ,fto letter an published is gabblkp and FALSE.— lit that part blazoned in capitals, there is a' mott ma-(trial omission. Mr. Chase in hi* insane desire to do me an injury, his gone far to verify the truth of the portrait drawn of him last fall by a democratic cotempornry. It will be recollected, that ope'1 of the papers published a« the State Capital, zealous in the support of Gov. Bigler, presented a daguerreotype under the one ol " ROERBACK"—a name the very impersonation of falsehood. The effor ts of Mr. Ch«'« to misrepresent to his readers, the position of Gov Bigler on the Ac braska question, obtained for himtbis complimentary notice, in the columns of one of th^Governor's metropolitan organs. ' '• '... r , ' ' I ...

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

Stuqrtehasna CcnutyTeaehers' Association. The Susquehanna Co., Teachers' Association held a meeting in the Baptist Church, at Jackson]Corners, on. Saturday, Feb. :10th, 1W5. The • President not being present, J. W. CargiU, was elected chairman pro' ienu \ ¦ % - The Chairman called for-the-report of the committee, appointed at a]| previous, meeting, to report on the benefits to be derived.from the office of County Superintendent . ] v ¦ j B. F. Tewksburyj]beirig the only member of the committee present, said he bad not expected to report upon this subject, and therefore had not prepared himself—he had; supposed the duty would be performed by ^he Chairman of the committee!; but he would,not object to ioffering a few remarks In regard to it, that the subject may be placed in a tangible shape for discussioni ^ He could see no good reason why we should not have a general superintendent in the school department—the same argument that would abolish the jbffice of county Superintend...

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

Hi '--] .j DIED. .;,'. T; On the feth iinst, at the residence bf her father Geo. Backus,] in Bridgewater.Susn-aehanna co Pi.' Lcea A. ^ifeiof Geo. W. Kck.'mJng. t' JShq has] been a consistent member of the Baptist Church at. Montrose, for five vears; and leaves an in^ tant son, iwitii «large circle of warm friends .and acquaintances, : > jWe terderito the husband and friends, our kindest ^vjur-.athie]s, in their affliction. '.' Cow.i i |

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

1 Nfi#j fi^bertiseh|ei7fe,'.'|l vK iACCTIOH SAI.E^- I The subscriber having leased his Farm'situated ;in Forest Lake, jW mile from the Post Office kept bv Mr. El'tsha Griffis, will sell at public auction on Thursf day the 2>th idayNjf March next, sale to commence af 9 o'clock A. M.]\die following described stock Jic^ i 1 Span ;splendid Ssycar old Mares. 1' very good; 7 year old Mare, 1 veryVood 2 year old • grey Colt,!2; 3'year old Steers, 2, 2 year old Steers, 1, 1 "year oldi Heifer, 5 yearling Heifers\ 2 yearling steers, 1 Bugi; gy Wagort,-^ 2 Horse Slcgh. I single Dutch iHarnesi 1 Plough,; 1 Stove and Pipe,\ j .] = Tekms oif Silk.—All Sums under $5, i:ash'; all sums; over $5 arid under (50, 9 monthk and all sums over (50, 12 months credit with interest and approved Sep cjlrity. ' -i BENJAMIVCOCKAYNE-i i j March 1st; 1855. \J dvily 1~ [ PUBLIC VEXDIJeX H^]1 \\7fll bje'sold at PubUc Vendue, on Saturday, thi Jf T 17th1 day of March, at 12 o'clock A/M. the Farm now;, occupie...

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

!.]!•/¦'- "Is Sheriff's Sales.- i'f. J- "I BY virtne of sundry writs, issued out iof the Court bf Common Pleas of Susquehanna cbuntjy and io me directed, I will expose to public sale !ai the Court House in Montrose, on-Saturday tlie seventeenth flay of March ficxtat one o'clock in'the afternoon—.AH that Certain piece or parcel of land situate, lying fcnd bc]ing!in the township of Lalhrop, in saidl couity, bounded and described as follows, to wit:'. ! Beginning at'the end bf a wall on the east side of theiLaCkawanna & Western Railroad and in the "north! bank of [the brook that crosses near the Hopbottom BfepotJ; thence north 64 degrees east, 9 <t-'10th perches up the brook tSb'a post, oh the south side; thence south 5)jdegrees cast, 12 3-1 Oth perches to a post east side pf the tarhplke;]thence north 50 degrees west 5' l!^0t]h'peaches to;a pojbt opposite the bridge, north] I83J degrees west a perches to a stike east side of Railijoad hnd turnpike crossing, in range w...

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

'!-. ] '' -' ! |'Tttke Police.' ¦ • ''•!' ¦ A IjL persona jbidebted to A. A E. Batnwni, by: xl. note or book accounts are "respectfully reminded that It will be very acceptable to us to] have thc; same-paid soon; i A. A E. BAM WIN. i Mo! ntrnsc, November 20, 19M. r ' \: i : ' •—- ¦¦"¦! jj v.: !-j——-: \. 1 i -STATES! STOVES!. " |' "! rpHE subscribers beg leave to inform the citizens ¦ M- of Brooklyn and vicinity that they hayo just received a lot of] Stoves, iwhich they offer for side as low as they au\ be purchased elsewhere in the county. A ISO—A. lot of STOVE PIPE and Elbows bf the Querent fizesyaifnanufactHrers prices. | WAMEDi-Qli Iron, Copper, and Brass, lh ox-l change for Stoveisi or btber goods. > | A!NEW sto^kof Wmlc7s "h«wlsjust recei^' and 1 for sale lqw|by j SMITH AjHEMPjTEAD. . | , ~mm^ a ,XTTED ™~^i I 5,000 bushels df Gats, } ,000 bush. Drit d Apples, 2,000 bushels rifCom, 1,000 bush. Buckwheat, 1,000 bushels of Rye, - 500 .«'« Beahs, 1 and iny quantity j&g...

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

ssaa»ssssaBS«ssMBssaMssasssaasasasssaasaaasssa«swMras» ¦f-. vninyMjAtoATi^^'t' -'f^^ WHEREAS I haxe just received aInew stock of \Vinter Goods which have been bought at the lowest prices, and whereas I am in great want of Cash, "Vyoolen Yarn, Corn, 0at< Butter, Eggs, Wood^ffour feet long,) or anything else to keep a poor man from starving, I nm bound to sell goods at a very ilow figure for anv of the abovo; articles. Just eaU and tiiko a look, that's all t -,'"!'. S. A. LYONS. Ijnesboro, January 1, 18jC V BROCHE and Scotch^Plaid Shawls, French Merinos, Paramettas, DcCalns, Ac, at..... ] Lanesboro, January 1; l$65.j S. A. LY0S& ! • ¦ Mr^wii.«blTi^oJr~T^r ~\f AY bejbund in S. S-Mulford' s old store.i East J.TJL side of Public Aveuue. I Montrose, November IS, |1854. I IpACTS^ FOR^lfElpEOpEE. THE subscriber iscarrvlng on the CHAIR it A KXIXQ Bb'SINESS k all its various branches ait trie Chair and Ware Shop ;iri Ifarfofd, where may be found a greater variety of Windsor a...

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

To the People ol Mit^ekaairih'e i BfitSG one of the a^atesfldlerers by ^JC ]j keP?'* . i ! < destructive fire in Montrose, • hav*e- .Bat lit storediouse and nearly aH of nvy goodcho - in'ev 1 tab! 1'' however ;gjven over to despair,JiJTive inoves. 1 aaj-ft&^''^':»; )nstnaD stock saredfrora tii»«> unseasonabloand pro-; of a rert short time fill 3 caft bardlyasscrt that I new stock of goods; Jk voluntary exorcise of my will hehappy tosej- fecujti^ suci,. ^^ tfie e>:-A I' ^Sfr*™**?*' ^^t-lqufe. I am determined<itlme be,nS» ?*¥ I"*?* »ia my, keep a good aacin dreams of delightful memory, Oils, Dye^tama] , though ¦ groundless,' yatlcinafifntjy, FoH^these were suddenly shattered it;- %?£> ^i4%" ^ » 9P*»m or blow which V.: devoured the-e*:.- - -,r ., .. - 1 >. Montrosej JP°me mysterfous way through an ^ _'-=—: ^rs of my bemg. I looked up, ar.i; r^J TJ '"'Hed'. 'Miss/Jbesteritdod erect beby se^dtgto^'^^^^^'^^rea.l November 24b anger and: &...

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

A MAH) BECLIN^D BESIDE A STSE AH -' '•- -. i' !; . ¦ ' ¦ '-¦'".: —:::v. ~!..^rn Jb-—-=-=;—==•-—- . :-; i^wliVrie DwWi'n University Magazine, ' * -.; A maid reclined beside n stream - • -.''/ At fall of ijjunimcr day,- ' -'.'.-.'. . "^ And half awaku <it*d haiCsl-drouiri, She watched tlie ripples play.v •: -. She.-markedjHhejwafvrsfidl and heave, .The decpiiig shadows throng,-And heard, jis darkened.down die-eye,'-.--That riveris bajibling song.' Aiid thus it jfuiig, with tinkling tongue, That rippfelV*7i shadowy liver—;- - : "Youth's bright.'.-! day nit! fade-away •- \ . Forever aiid forever,-!".: i • The fwiligluijiast, the moon at last •Rose, broaftly cfcrtlie.night; Each ripple gleams beneath her beams •; As wiotigljt irijalver brighti - • ' .'-. . The ke^vingwa'teVs glide along, i .. . . But, aiinghnjr'ivith their voice, j - Tne nightingale ijow pours his song, [ And makeis the' shades rojoipe. ¦N';' :. And thus he^sutig with tuneful tongue,! I That bird besid...

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

mT ll. THETiCEITlTISS; -J ' ¦ ' ! the Dei*. '* ^^ i^ . j .."*' ".-LOOK BEFORE TOtt ,I.EAP. ' A learned *»* f^rban hostilitv depends on truit news. AudtW.^-t Jr the. most (Litter incensed at the fcja.into contact, how much threaten to burn |he j would be chastened neighbors, who he tho^ mutually amend I **^^-**is*£KS j learns that the* D>mmcycr^sb.mf.fui -,.{,„. j ed, after all. i]W6 hope thfe.v mid be forjofirrtbjMl fec-1 enc-oafaged to pers£ *h|M, J^ ajalj j^rtfcg approve tlbout seven AJiT —-i—!— 1 in the fam "The New TanfM in a black The House W-j EepresentatP in the hot dayiast, adopted] an amending ^M -m7 eral njipropriatio i bill, "*if$J^J™* ; - brandies and all j>lher distilled>vit,- mi air j ,100 percent, \a 80 per cent. &au inipress-* "wines, tobacco, cuf^lass.n spite, of the other fancy \v!ood, from'^^P". to'-'»y . 3 , „-¦ <-'n I louse, after cvper cent-ad valorem;. , ,):ld; t!l0ught ,itt!e cotton fabrics*; wools* age'of eighteen,...

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