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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

Crimination and BfrCrinuniiion. John M. Stockdale, one] of thjj old liners -who left Buckalew for Cameron, jn the Senatorial Convention, having been called a ' traitor' by the.Ptnnsylvanian for so doing, retor ts! in the Democratic Fhionjby making awo serious charges againk the editors of the Ptnnsylvanian. first,«That that paper, while It makes loud professions of Democracy, is secretly allied with the pppositibn, and endeavoring Vpreate disaffection, in the. party to which it purports to belong,' arid secondly, ¦ 'That the Pennsylumiin was pccuniarlV intercsted in-the passage jof a bU| which was •before the las* Congress^ andlhat its position was governed by ths(t interest' Mr. Stocfcdalc excuses his votf, by saying that 'Cameron's election would jhflictdefeat, schism, and confusion upon the (opposition;' .a truth which some of thej' oppo^ition^rnembers appear/to be tooinvieterate jKnow-NotKihgs properly to appreciate, or t ^ oo reckless -and unprincipled tobc'inHuencedlby. ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

Parties in Indiana-I Mr. Pettit, of .Indiana, said in a speech in the United States Senate, the other day, '1 believe solemnly as I believe that I' exist; that the Nebraska till gave the Denjjferatic paVty strength iri Indiana-41j& we got more National WhigS with us in the cc*f|st there upon that question, than we lost' Deln'ocrats upon It; but that the real groundjjj? IdefeSt-^t is said, and it was stippistd'to'te a defeat—was Know-Nolhingism.' ¦"! <5reeley"s Whig Almanac itclassifies the Representatives elected to the?iext Congress from Indiana^ as follows: Nebraska Demo-, crats, 2 ^ Republicans, 9. : i There's a 'muddle* for you. -Hie Nebraska Demberacy are defeated,- and! the Republicans}or ahti-N«bra*ka iirien aije elected, and vet the men who defeated; ih&Demoeracy * ' - - ¦*'¦¦'. .' i "i - ' * ¦ »re the pro-slavery Kripw-Nbttubgs! There ¦ must be a little mistake somewhere ^ Who can tell what it is^ '-; '_A, |',"¦"¦ jST* The charge made by the...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

CORRESPONDENCE -j i; For lht Republican. \ VBatcn'8:HoteL"7 " Gamblers hi ve never yet boasted of having our company in their midnight "hells.'-— Respectable, j G jd-fearing ¦ men cannot be found to say of «!«, that we habitually indulge in the most blasphemous profiinity in trifling conversationJ and that "at of her limes we. put on a sanctified garb, *and quote .scripture like ah angel of purity. Our room at Hatch's Hotel was never stenched with the fumes of rum, nor were wc ever called from j a bed of debauch there, | to enter our Courts of Justice, prominent in! its administration."*—Montrou Deruocrat. '.! ;./ ;¦/ ' / MessSs. Editoks:^-^The Democrat of last week publishes a mast; infamous attack upon the reputation of the Hotel kept in this7 place by Win. K. Hatch. The house has long been considered one of the best in the County, and the least thought of its being s/Gamblisg "Hell" and a H<|rsE.OF^DEBACtu,"never entered the heart pf the inos^suspieious until the c...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

FHEEDOM'8 STRUGGLE IH KAHSAS fo tiik FkiksdS'OF Fkeedom :—^The great Piiekney proclaimed but plain and simple tritlls ^ when he stated, In the Legislature of Mjirylarid, that slavery was contrary to the eterfml principles of natural justice, and that the tnost fruitful soil must ever wither belicatt toe touch ofthe unpaid slaye. The.observrititjh ofcevery tnati^ who has enjoyed opportunities in the. older States rif the South, confirms this, declaration'; aiid yet. the ct>ncojetprsjofthe Kansas-Nebraska Bill have expitksl tiriwand ii!imeiwe,,aod naturally fertile ai^d dutiful tracts of territory to the tread of] slnveiry. But one of the provisions of that Bjllj hojwever designed to operate, has left it inj'-'tjh.o | power «if .the friends of Freedom to secure Ktitisas from the grasp of the spoiler by lettling- it with such; emigrants as are alive to the evils of slave-labor, and the advantiiges.of free-labor—not with emigrants frliini' the free States merely, but from t...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

WaaUngim a^Aaerleaaiim. ^ '.'¦ ^»Wowh«g liters fromSbark', public*, «pn i<the Washington papers', eoncluwvtiy sncf^jtM platform <>n which the greatest ,rf ou«)|eflrthers st«jjod, relative'to tbedoctrine "o,#advtt?, *d bi tn« American Party. TMg«f tjt&e so base as to profene the haroe «f Wasbuigton; yet the Frtthcrj of Our Conn. IfXJiefein teachesus, that it is dangerous, un. just and inpoliticta confer po^er oa forei gneres. ¦ |We especially commend thesubjirfned extracts to those who have forgotten, or been ignorant of the fact, that pure"unadulterated American doctrine was unequivocally and eniphaticUlly ad\ocated by hiiri>h<» was "first in wa^, first in jieace, and first |n! the hearts of countrymen." To Richard Henry Lee, -;-?'... ": I Moebistows, May W, iTH. ' ¦"' " pEAs Srii':' f take thelibe ^y'ito^ask you whatl Congres."! expect/ .1 am « do with the many foreigners they have, atWfterent times, promoted to the rank of field p...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

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Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

''.. Corraptionsa* Washington- . )Under this head the New Y|rk Tribune gives a summary of the votes, oijj what it dosignates as the great bribjery riieasures ofthe .last Session of (Xmgsetk These measures !are: the grant to the cjllinsstjamers, giving $858,000 a year .for; six yc irs to these steamers for a service which res]}onsible parties offered to do for less than ha f, that suin; the Texas/Debt bill, granting to the holders ofTesas scrip, two. andjthreo quarters millions-of dollars,'over and above i former np'propriation of five millions; th<{proposition -to extend ColJ Colt's paient for | making revolvers, by which|he has already gained an -enormous fortune; and the French Spoliation, bill, which, though grantee! on a just claim, was nevertheless parried through with a lavish use of bribery, like the pthers. Mr. Grow voted against the C ollins Steamer bill, the .Texas Debt] bill, aiid the Colt's ^ Patent bill. When thej vote tiras taken on the French Spoliation b...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

netriluineonKnow Hothingitni . The Rriow-Nbtbingsclaim to: have carried ill before; thenj fin the late muhcipal elections ia Massachu»*.etsand Maine, arid to havabeeu. generally^u^ees sful in the otherStates whfte ! elections pave .been recently held. Thq New York Triliurie^ys the victoryyin Maine wis achieved! jiyitbe/old Free-Soil party, Whigs aiiti-Nebr4^a Democrats, and j- Know-Nothliigs, all octipgitogether under the name ht Republicans' arid therefore 'thej K' now-NouSings oughV not to claim it as exclusively a jrictory ol'their: Order. ,\ ! ¦ -| ¦ I Mr. Greeley j seems to have discovered at last thattjie'Gr^er at the North, outside of New York, jsj not pro-slavery:; To • show; fthatare/fiis1 present views on.that spbjwt; , *e copy!itiie^ following from the Dailyj Tri-' aune of J^iirck 9th: - '' "' 'H ' Howl far! the Pro-Slavery Know-Nojtbmgs )f the Stajth n& justified in relying on the co-; >lieration*rof the mass of Northern mep who; uve allowed themse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

About the Two Orders! of Know Hotbings in ;i j" ¦" ' Hewtorlt ' • 'Ill '¦ From America's Own. M: i. Editor :4-l am ideeply interested for the s iccess tit \\i4 Ameriein cause, and do not j wist* to see American (principles majde subservi .'ut to -political trickery to ^secure the sudcess of old party tnin. \ I voted ifor Mr.! UHlnaiL, worked|for'Mr.! Ullman, and did everything in my power to insure his election, although 1 waa not in favor/at that lime, of the; American party | making a distinct nomination, becau^ I thought w*e were not strinig enough to carry; the! State. If the Hards and Silvt r Greys had no: united with us w; c would have polled a slim vote. - The American party wWe deceived, as td their strength, by the. leader's. This was wrong, decidedly wrong, and showed bad judgment,: as it only tende*j to infuse a spirit of jinactivity in the niuks, each man considering that it was not necessary for him to make j much exertion. But nothing else could be expected -fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

*K«e Evidence cgtintt Ctaerox. -1 • : .. - 3 \ • .1" l ; . i , j ir | Rvm tkh Uarrisbury rbrresptndtnce , of the PMCa. : '!, -., | h A' orth American. ,. / i Soma, pf Mr. .Cameron'^ friends bave attemptoi'jjo ca^i;^; i^^saftHi tbot the; ptro-slateiry and^nU-Am4iciiri re»61utions of-#> Septimber]/Da^p biri Cootity Convention <3ip riot dwlaro^is,ml senUinenbi; bat! the i«iestion|is settfw;;,by ;(|*|fftillowii^ letter from a leading citizen of Harrisburg, whose character! is above suspicion, and whose testimony no; one will dare; itnpeach. It shows precisely! where Simon' !Cafneron was in September, 1834,'arid proves .his hypocrisy m now pretending to bold! opinions of an entirely opposite character. It is well ! this should be made known, that the public—Amcricaim particularly—may be warned of the character of this niali, and take early and effectual j steps to save! their party the! dis-5race "which would inevitably, attend the plecon, by !the next Legislature^ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

r^; tias oaeelof 8enU«he ilM*efere ™ j/ / .. JM«l»otBTo«r. -.-.;',-. , There!>s a. clause of the present law. from wnich some of -Mr. tJameron'a friends are dritring a hope $tat they will yet have anoth-' «. pnpor tunity this session to olevate their!! ftTonte tonplacjebii is not fit to fill j |»ift veryj ^jllaciously. Itlis in these-words:¦.'.'.-> Whenever a vacancy, by resignation oft otherwise, shall tappen '" the represehtttion ofthitSute iri the Senate of the United States,1 the Legislature,; if in Session, shall, within eight day^after being informed of the same by the Governor, proceed to supply such vacancy by an election,! conducted in the rnanncr ncreinbefofi prescribed." ' •! This section cannot be construed to spply: to seats becoming vacant by lcgii'»f-'ve ?5! or no information from the governors would, be required. A vacancy by expiration of^ term is not required to be made kno*n by the GovWnor to the ^"'tt tore, which body with the term ia primed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

Important to Postmaster* and to the Public r We are requested to call especial attention to the law just; passed by. Congress, modi; fyihg the rates pf postage,&e., partiularly to those provisions requiring that all letters petwecn places [in the United Stnte^ shall be prepayedfrom and after the first of April,1855 by stamps or otherwise, and that from and after the] first day of January next postmasters must place postage stamps_upon all prc-Gid letters ii|x>r, which such stamps may not ve Men placed by the writers,! X)r which may not! be inclosed-in stamped envelopes] j 1 From; and after the 1st of April, 1855, the postage to be charged on each single letter for any distanccHn the United Statics not exceeding 3,000 miles, is three cents, and over 3,000 miles 10 cents. I The law doesjnbt change the existing rates Or regulations in regard to letters to and from Canada or] other foreign countries, nor does it afTect the frankiug privilege. ! The provisions in reg...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

•j/ito |[^beHige^gf*ij5, Glover and Timothy Seed for sale by i i . H. BCRRITT. ! New _uord,''March 8, 1855 / .' .-1 SOLDIERS' RIGHTS. if To all whom it may Concern. '<! By a recent Set of Congress the Bounty -Land law has'been extended to embrace almost every case Of of military service, r_ All persons who have been engaged in Military Service ofthe United States, for a period of fourteen days or upward*, are entitled : to one hundred and sixty acres of Laird, if they have not received it, and if- they hare received less'amOunt they are entitled to sufficient to make up 160 acres. „• . j Revolutionary soldiers, and soldiers of any and all vara in which the United States have been engaged •see, and if deceased, their widows or minor children, are entitled, j; Officer*, Seamen, Marines, Clerks and landsmen in the Navy, their widows and minor children, are alio entitled. """" - ' I! Wagon masters juid teamsters, employed for ihe transportation of military stores, are also euti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

mmsBsmtiammemmmsBssasssm . {1 OXEIf I|OK It AJLTE. nPBE subscriber has twenty-ftva- pain of Oxen for L sale.to which h* wlahes to Invite the attention of purchasers:- ¦'! ¦';''.'' . ' ' One pair at 0. Hj Cooky's, m Auburn, at.....|100 On«pauiir tB.W.Oogfweir» W do St.......lt0 0ns pair |t Jesse Hines'. • do: at........... :A%6 One pair «t J. Rltenbury'a do: .......110 Onepairst Julius Brown's do .............ljo One pairit A. * M, Wilcox's ,do .....,. ..„i*n One pair at Stephen. Wood's op ~.,...;....\\0 OatwtktJM.ConWs ool ...,;.., 1*0 One paW's* ***m- F**! *» -i- '<'••......105 One'pal*** Hancock 4t Ooodwih' s, iu Rash, at. .115 OpepairiatE.HortonV do ;.-... ......1*0 OnepauialA,AMSnV do .........1)5 Ope pair at Wm. D. Dunmore's do ..1|0 One pair at A. B, Lathrop's, in Jesiup, at..... ,115 One pair at JJ. CoW dp ..;'.. ...115 One pair at B. Otis' do, ...A 120 One pair at B. RussellV do \....... 185 |0ne pair at E. KeDy'a, hi Middletown, at ..no One pairat AsaFeasenden 's...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

! [. " . NQTICE- ! TO TUB jWHOLSSALC OSALCSS XSD DKALIBS IS MtK-. CHASDISB W1TBIK Tttt COCJJTT OF SCSliCCnASSA. In pnnraance of the JUrts of Assembly «t* this Cominonweauii, viz. the Aclt of the 4th day of May, 1841, entitled; "an Act to provide revenue to meet the demands upon the. TreasjirVf and for other purposes," an Act Of the 18th of Aprils 1845 entitled "an Act to increase the revenue and diminish" the Legislative expenses of the Commonwealth," an Act passed the 23d day! of April 1846 entitled "an Act to provide for the reduction of th6i£ta!e debt," and an Act passed the 10th day of April, 1849, entitled "an Act to create a sinking fund, ¦ and to provide; for the gradual and certain .extinguishment' of the debt of the CommonWealth.t' The undersigned, Appiaiscr of Mercantile Taxes of Susquehanna County has-prepared a list of all Merchanta trading; within said County, and placed eacb of Said Merchants in that Class which to. him seems right and just according to the provision...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

"]..;,. j; A CABJb.. I Ijwould take this method to! express my sense of £ri<fe and sincere gratitude to the large majority of lerfchants and dcalenviri good old Sasq. Co:, who have kindly patronized me In] New Tork, as well as to the many others, in the diffbrent sections of the country, and woukl most respectfnllvajka continuance of theV (ayora, as;, well as those; who hare not as yet found it convenient to call and become customers at SI 5 Pear t St., (See business card.}; Very Respectfully,; :! M. C. TTLER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

-1 j j| ! IfOTI^E. " "-'it? JlM^k ^l«^'^^ '*«.. of.ithe' ^sertk^fr, wfflhs left tor tneWient with J. T. Ung, ?°. ,!%P*i wn0,n * ** psjfmento thereon may be made t^^sS8* f***** .;•*{& I | Montro>jMar.l6;l855i j i" Upl TTLEI^!- '," ;X^„ J- !' MiertlT. ftrtles. "~~ Hi ' X>T vlirtne of s writ of l>sWf fucia*issued ootflf ¦ MJ the; Court of Common!Picas of Susquehanna county and to me directed, I will expwe to public isUe at the pourt House in Montrose, or Saturday the tJlat day of March Inst., at one o'clock in the afternoon—AU that certain three story framed btiuaW situate j» the south side of j the street opposite; the pepot, fa the Borough of Susquehanna, la the cprinty aforeskrd, containiug s front on said Depot street 80 feet, snd in deapth about 94 feet, and the lot -or piece of Aground' and curtilage appurtenant to said buiWing, aaid lot being bounded.nor th Ibv the street; last by lot Of O'Laughlin, south by lot] of B. Nichol, Snd west by! lot of ....

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

A^-a B-S^MMMMtaaaa^^^ga . ' Glad TIdlaws ' :¦ r TO OLD SOtqiERS!! BY slate law of Congress all Soldicra, toanwtera, and their widows, or minor children/are entitled to IfiO acres Bounty iand. Those who hare received Warrants for less than 160 acre* , areieutitied to have an additional 80 or 180 [seres Warrsrit Those who bar* been simply mustered into "(service and paid, get 100screa land. '. }:> I '.-.- .,T . .;; I am still engaged in the Bounty Land, and Pension Agency, at Montrose, snd win obtain new Warrants for ail Danville claimants, PR BE OF COST OR CHARGE OF AA'T Kti?D.\ All other cases rherery. for foes. And I [will pay j the liigh'est market pricei Jn cash, for all warran ts. ] > j if I am at Scfrie's Hotel, snd in case of riiy absence tit any time, D. R. Lathrop, Esq.} CountyJTrcasurer, ifill attend to my business. ;;.':. jf ¦ ; ' i J0H&H.DtadCK. :¦ Montrose, March 8,1855. ; H ;t •• A»CTIOIli*il^E. Jfc. ' -The subscriber having leased his Farm Ssi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

'J j.-' i'j ' '! j.- .. ¦ . ;• - ': ...'I'l^ake. *«oUccJ ,. A U» jIHsrsotis indebted to AL AlF^ Bainwis. by f\. note or book accounts are respectfully reminded that it will be very acceptable to na to have the tsnte.psJd soon. A. tclt BAM>WIN. MonuW, November JOylftM.,-T ¦''¦¦ •]_ ' | ! STOVES' 9TOTES! 7-fjlHE! subscribers beg leave to Inform the citizens A of Brooklyn and vldnitv that they hare just received s lot of: Store*, which tb>y[;oner for sale as low; as they can.be purchased elsewhere in the county. ALSO—A lot ofSTOVE PIPE and Elbbwg of the different sizes; at vutnufactHrers prices. : i WAAT*Ar-Old Iron, Copper, and Brass, In ex> change for Stores ot other goods, j . NEW stock of Winter Shawl* just ireciveTand for sale ldw by! SMITH A HEMPSTEAD. i '!.-. ' « WAHTED, I- - • 5,000 bushels of Oats, 1,000 bush. Dried Apples, 2,000 bitsheb of Com, 1,000 bush.- Buckwheat, 1,000 biishcls of Rye, 50O |* Beans, snd any quantity of Partridges, at the highes...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 March 1855

'." '.\'. "!,... v..:., fcaSn To Persons out of JUmtloymeiiL -iJ*% -;^'vAOB*m%ApC0. '-.-. I* BVBRT BECTIOK OF the united states. Tntm&mt^tand Useful Votoriu eX.m Tedri 8EAB8* (JREAT WORK ON EtJ8«lA ' JUST published, ah Iflnstratodi DcWripttotkof the RUSSIAN EMPIRE. Beint a physical anXPo*' latiesl History of its Gov.emmentt«idiVovmce=K Productions, Resources, Impcri.il. Government,1 Commerce ^ Literature, Eilucutional Means, Religion, People, Manners, Customs, Antiquities, etc. etc., from the latest and most authentic sOirrces. Embellished i with about 200 Engravings, and Maps of European and Asiatic Russia, ; The whole complete in one large j Octavo, volume of about ?0fli pagci, elegantly and sub-• stantially bound.' Retail price, ;ja. j> j Thli work1 has been several years In preparation, j and will, it Is believed, nieet, in tho fullest acceptation, ofthe word, the want so universally frit-for reliable information on the History and internal resources of s countr...

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