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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

.-X' FINNEY'S PEPPER BOTTLE, j -\ A Tempenace Story. ' Wo^have a nice town here,* said Mr. Piriney. [ :'\ ' ':'"¦¦-•;'*'.": .* A very gritty;; village,'' I replied. 4Ydu have knowu it fiir many years?' ; . ' Yes, I came ' out west' from old Connecticut when it was all woods here.; deer arid wild turkeys were as plenty then [as sheep and chickens, inow.' \ . * 'You own large tracts of land; I presume, you had money in your purse when you immigrated ?'. : . ,'~ ;" 'Not five dollars in the world,' answered Mr. Pinney, as a shadow crossed his features, which seemed to rne to be cast from an image .of sorrow^ tjwt dwelt in his. heart. I dare not ask leading questions, and there was "a pause in the conversation. . I was riding with the richest man of-— trmnship,' in one of the northern counties of Ohio. He had reined in his horse at a point neari the village where he resided. Whilewc conversed, we looked down upon a valley along which lengthened shadows were creeping and dying, wh...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

I SUNDAY IH THE CAMP. ;, Wei find thefoliowing picturesque and striking passage in a recent letter from the Cri-' iiiea :!'Yesterday, being^Sunday, the routine wiis broken by.the impressive ceremony of an open air church parade,. Each division, on, thesefoccasions, has divine service performed by jts own: chaplain. Ours was drawn up on the rising ground, jiist beyond the tents,!in a dense holjow square. * The cl- rgyman and officjirs iicciipied the centre. Every .one iwaa Covered. " Sonie of the men wore forage-caps, tor lack of shakos; and pn dit that the: loss of these, st-HTiuid ugly varieties of head gear it subinitted to with great resignation' by i the line generally. The chaplain, with his dark velvet skull-cap and black moustache [and beard, reminded me* 6ft a foreign padre in canorticnls. - ; • - ; ' We were scarcely placed in position, before the loud ru->h of round-shot froni the fort was heard, again and again in our ears,'cam - ing sundry j dislocations o...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

rt'f1 ~"»—^^^-~—~*' ' " ——-- - . ;; , Kansas Election. • In spite of the precautious of Gov. Reeder anSrLjhis honest endeavors to have the recent ;'.action-fairly conducted, fraud and violence have been again successful, and the pro-slave. rl candidates arc almost or quite all elected in i [Lisas. -To effect this result, thousands of Missouri Slaveholders went over into Kansas, : Sped to the teeth, remained a few days,-dcj. ofsited their votes in favor of tlie:1 peculiar ' . lltitution,' and then retimed home. There in be Utile.doubt/that; of the bonajide residents of Kansas, a majority are opposed to ;'. livery, but their territory miist be invaded rial their rights trampled upon, to cany.out . lib * plans of the South.: And this is the kind • i' popular sovereignty* that is to decide the ^aestioif whether Kansas shall be free. To Mtiepar»the way for such an outrageous vio-' alion of the laws arid" of the rights of .he people, was the Missouri Conipromise_re-Jaled! The result...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

-...---^i^i^'*1^'.; .¦-7-i»»»r**F..--<rr*v- »«iw; .-.-.t-«>*q7?e75pno£j^ The Bank Mania, WT c published, last week aif|irticl<5. fitofa the HarrisburqHeraldt showing the astotabming^m1bcT«rif new !Bdnks asked,'ftf. Sir preset^ legislature. The Leg^tuf$ sht&s a disjr&sitioti to uiicorpQrato nearly of quite all tip '4$> ask^.for|fnpt^i|^tanl|ingldie consequences must be disastrous if not ruinous to the interests of tholStatc. Members know very well that so many Banks are not needed, and that their actfion in creating them; is odious in the eyes of the people; What, then, are their motives ? TJiey; are various. Sonic who arje interested in the establishment of Banks iri ihcirjjown neighborhoods; have been led to maKij corivbinatjons with otherssimilar'y situated.jto help each,bther'sbills through—a log-rolling system prodUetive of much roischiefin legislation. Cameron's partisans, embittered by his defeated breathing vengeance againsj;|...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

{ letter from Daniel Hawes- » For thi Revubliian.' Esq. Gliddbn : 'Sir .--^—I liave noticed that you have got out another performance in the Democrat, bringingjforwardftwo or three individuals to prove yoiur integrity. I think it a pity! you should be [obliged to to take any of.Iberia from Bradford Co.- 'I would ask' them what they kn|)w in regard to the facts ebneerningthe ' horrid transaction?! If testify ing before a court of justice they would probably answer, nothing. \ This looks very much like a Magistrate giving judgment before issuing a sumriions. I think the Squire deserves credit for rectifying one mistake.— Try again,.Squire, and yoajwill find another mistake, and yet again, aijd you will find still another. j : Mr. Northrop certifies that lie was informed that Miss Birdsall's sickness ' Was wholly caused by the hurtishc received by Hawes.' Probably he was not informed of the fact that Miss Birdsall j was sick with a severe cold, and could scarcely cat. or slee...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

Teaehers'Aasoeiation- »^--.l-T-.—-r7.=-----:..f ... -. '---:-~-'. •-•-.-..-.-. -•.,. .... For tkeJiejnihlieaK. Eritioas Republican :—I wish to .call the attention; of you|*«wr^ to the report of the Tcaebera'-Ass^i^itir^ recency held in Springvil!e,l publlshedln Jf<'rir paptr, which" j cori-*; sider vb!^ impjsiffectJii|id-ev]dentiy intended to mislead the publie-inind. Milking all reasonable allowances for youth and inexperienc*!, the Secretary, Mr. Gerritson, wno hovered ncWath the wing of the redoubtable Superintendent in every discussion ofthe meeting,Ms given tic public a very partial amr[ imperfect account ofthe proceedirigs. . Doubtlesitiif the teachers' association .be properly; corlcliicted it \ will promote very much the educational interests of our county*; but if it is (p: j become the tool of Prof. Hiehardson and[ hjs parasites, to bolster up the office of S couj]fy[ superintendent and its incumbent, ii is tjim^ the people should knpw i t.[ As aincmber of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

a.:- ~-v- - -:- — --.-»t-.>f--..j .-..-...I'm '-...-.;-;-.*.' I ' ¦ E0MA»18|LI j'-. . Spread of Popery in America, j ' j The following brief histo[ry of the spread of Popery in America, bis been abridged for our paper from the letter of an American J esuitin the"CatEoIio] ^;an Italian newspaper, published ai, Genoa, in the kingdom ofSardinia.;' ,-F..; ' .-^ .-.^./ 1 ,.';: :- Cj ! "[, ¦ \ " The existence of jCnitho icfty lijitTne Dnitb* Statesi comiiienced, propab[|y, in 1032 whleri Lord Baltimore, at the hi ad of a; body [of English Catholics, compelliid to fly from Eiig. laud, settled in Maryland, - arid [ founded the first church, comprisihgiasinanyconfessorsiof 1 he faith as members, under the direction of two JcsuitsJ The cdloriy was quickly enlarged by' Cathi lie refugees fro m Ireland, Frante, and Gcrmariy. Frorii jtnaj time[tilljl776, the same [laws that restricted the English Catholics from the exercise of their reiigious rights, were I in full operation in the ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

¦ 1 j . ii i r 1 .Latestfrom Europe. \ j The stiamship Baltic arrived at New |Vork April G bringing later :new"s[ from Europe. A'tjthe seat of war Lord llrigUn' had sl-riti a meWiig^r to Sebasto|H)1. to; [[aiuiouncc; the death of the Emperor Nicholai, [and atEupatoria, Omar Pacha had[ also i^nt a mess^ngtr to fuinou|ice the sa|ine event to| Prince Radzivil^ the Rtissian ctinuniinder iiri ,that quarter. A continual fire wlas kept up |at Sebastppiil, between the French and Russians, but! the FrL-ncb lave not reriew;«y their attack on the Russian.works n^ar the Malakoff towt»r, which are, therefore, nearly coin'plcted. | The Russians! have greatly | strerigthtmed [their works opposite the mptr points, of the' jillied attack, and some'of thflir works in. progress aril in such a position that iti is j thought the allied Generals will be|oblige|l!to order an attack. At the council of \talr] held by the alliedjcOiimanders on the fourth, it wins resolved to commence active opiei^ation...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

BEPtJBllCAH PAETYIHMADJfi,, tion ,.-.. ,.- „. *e.-vc.-»|.--.|jk »- • --. -,: - . .•r' A.Jvr-.v—jJ:,• ivk^,. „-.•*-* From the National Bra. ¦ AopcaTA, Ma., March 19, 185^1 • Permit intit^ call your ^^^ ltopiie rei61utiott»afl6|»tedat our Statd Corrvention, on[the2^ |5 ti|,:',: : '":& -; |'^: V^hat giy|a.them special importance is the fact that thefConvention represented a large majority of tho[; people of this State. Hon. A. P. Morrill, [who was re-nominated as candidate for GjpvCrnor, has long been a prominent Democrat! Hon. Franklin Clark, formerly a Democratic member of Congress, wassoho of (hejIVice Presidents, and many other Deiro|ra[ts of like standing took part in the Convention. ¦'/'¦"• :. • ;Ex-Gove'r[|iqr;K<'nt, twice selected,by the Whigs, years dlgo, and Consul at Rio, under President Taylor, presided, and every Whig paper in thej;State supports the movement.-'*We, th<| people of Maine, members of the Republican Party, assembled [*in State Co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

-: 1 ...'.V-. .-.'•• . J—.- '. ..- :• [ r^" The Cincinnati Biota. 1 Excited State of thtsPcblic Mind, *vr/ Excesses orowino out of t«(e Election.— The manifest dispotition in the Eleventh' and Twelfth *}Vards, whose votiers princip ally speak the [German language, [ilo. allow nona-' ' live bora [citizen to vote Or [remain on the ground-without exhibitions of their national • prejudices, and indignities of imanuer, and to persons, gave' offence to tliimiriorityi Wid' hence ensued hot blood and angry, conflict, which resulted in excesses ^ arid finally the[ destructiiin of the ballot-box ana;, tickets of[ tho \ Eleventh [Ward polls. f ;[ . Ni ] Angry retort^ criminations and recrimina- .; tions, scci ional jealousies and violent dbjeussions prevailed both lielow and above tm ca, ' nal, night; before last and yesterday morning. - At noon yesterday, while the.officers of the i 12th Ward election were still engaged count- [ Ing theirjballots, a few persons entered; tho - room and s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

¦¦¦- ¦-¦ ! —^ ———^ss^asst —4^. . .1.,. ~l .. ---I1.11 .'U'^!. .1. JUL J.. J vt u.* ..... DEPENDENT REPUBLICAH; RLK3 F. READ AND H. H. FRAZ1KR, EDITORS. ,1 ' ;* '. ' - -' " ; '""' -. ¦|, montrJose, pa. £ Tfinrsday, April 19, 1855. *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

4, ^4.^.-...^H^^.•¦.^<¦w-Jt=?>. - _i- .-.-- ,.^..-.f.+, • Tha Academt- ' The second term of the current -jeaihas just closed. ' Tbeexanunatio[n$tbe'sey«|fa! ^atec^as hfehbjrj-- gi^fying t» those who a^nifcd, rMectihg,irefy genei-allyi^mrich cprJitpin ,U» pupils fbr thbir^diligencej in aWdyPaS ujpOT^the |T«|chera lor..; the .'thoroughness of their Insrtruction. \ Tlie next term will coihmence on [\yednesday the. 18th Inst The Trustees are now preparing a.roorii [for a chemical arid Philosophical laboratory which-will be in readiness at; the commcrice ment of the coming] terra.' [ The apparatus with which it will be supplied will furnish facilities for an extended course of instruction to pupils in these important branches of NaturaLSciehce, and ahIppportunity to the Prim cipal to give occasional public lectures illustrated; by experiment*. There will also bo an important addition to the Library, for which! any contribution of suitable books' from the friends ari...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

«i..«MtPMaidentialCaayMa, , B=,~~~ /Vw»the National Era. > « , * East Rivkb, Earn Co., N.Y., I ' ^ February 14,18S5. j ''m,,rempcracce questiohis ( tJca). the/far-^Lion is probably obsolete, leaving K(?reat national subjects, Slavery and l^riNothingism, before the people, one or SVhichshould be decidedly the elec-,to1 of'56. In view of those subjects and of tU election, what course ought an independent voter to pursue ? . If he believes it not only just and politic, buV also the thing most necessary for our Government to do, to'exclude from * £ nil those who have committed the;»»^1™" able crime of being born beyond .*£ ™ j-™t .r of pmbracinrj relicious "P'»ons M uv'--i r' " , , «*. . u;_, bv all means, yond our creed, tben let lb.m, ^ - ^ -^ regardless of h» ^gfg tickets. If, on j?^b °^^ ^ ic most necessary the other hand ^ ^ ^ d|WB iJ^^*«*«**;KUm j? •aa Ahj ti Know Nothing organization, mid support its nominees. If he is most especially desi-^us.of"saving the Union...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

Got. Pollock and Bask*. The Philadelphia Ledger, and- several Looofoco papers, are sorely exercised that Gov. Pollock has signed some half dozen of Bank Bills, out of the eighty making application, apd has vetoed but two. They are not willing to.presume that those most needed were the first passed the legislature, and that the Executive has approved about all that are likely {o*eceive his sanction in any event. It is a little remarkable that these same journals em dorse es-Gov'emor Bigler as a model, antibank Executive, when it is well known that during the first year of his administration, he approved the charter or re-charter of s-ven Banks,"a portion of them with a much larger capital, than any that have received the sanc tion of Governor Pollock. It was during his administration, too, that the Gira'rd Bank, of very " doubtful reputation," had it« charier renewed. That was a Democratic administration, and'no complaints were heard. But the present American JSxccntive dare ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

i. .. , ' . i .j ; NOTICES. i :¦ "" i ¦ ' ,' -. ¦ • i -t i Hotice-—A meeting of the Susquehanna County 'Agricultural Society will be EeldF at the Court House .in Montrose, on Tuesday evening, April I7tn, 1855. i j S. F. CABMALT, Rec. Sec.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

.tf ; i! MARRIED. In Montrose, On the 11th inst, by Rev. IT. A. Riley, Mr. Assit J.' Steakxks, of Harford, to Miss Ass Ml BbewstexJ of the former place. / In Forest Lake. March 25th, by Rev. Exekiel Maine, Mr. Josathas Were* and'Misa Eiizabitu 8. Pattirsos,1 both of Jessup, Sus. co. y In Bridgewiter, April 5th, by Rev. A. O. Warren, Mr. Wiltoko A. Tiursa to Mies. Jajji Dctchib. ; >? ' -'!! DIEDj In Brooklyi, March 31st, Amos G. Bailet, aged : 15 years. '_ •• - \ i ^ In Lanesboro, on the 15th March alt, S. F. Mc/ '\ Kcsc, Esq., aged 47 years. Mr. McKune was an act-: i.e.ljasinessimau, ani his lo»» will be grcatlv/altin ;,the community in whicb.be Bred. For tnaity years ; he has been jdie adviser of many vf hi* neighbors, in. t their various,bu3inesa transaction*, ana; in whose , judgment they had far greater confidence than in '" their own. But in the prime of life be baa been cnt : down, and removed from their miwt, and ha* left an interesting fauuly and many/tneUdii to dep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

if" i j,—r— j .. -... . : Koop it beftnc* thi People i Thatiriatty 8ii»w»<»mmHtedlnthetuune; bfArnericanisrh. Tlta^trueAmertcariismop-; •poses nvXvik as'well a4 foreign rowdjes—all; who viofate; thelaws of the land, andaUemptl to ride rough-shod over the institutions of the Republic, i i i That true Americanism ts, equal and exact justice to ail pen. That tr'u| Aroericanwm is, that while we; afford an asylum to the oppressed of all lands, We oppose th^ir ruling us. We give them a I home, but^thftyshall nut become our rulers. I : That true Americanism "tolerates-all religious creeds, put opposes any interference of scctarianisrji With poiitics. That it only opposes-Roman 'Catholicism in. its attempts to promote ibja temporal swny of the Pope and its interference with the established InstitutionsoftheiKcpublic j : That tru^ Americanism is for making all nations respect the flag of our country, and ; rebuking every insult offered to it. No matter whether, such insults come...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

I THE INDEPENDENJ REPU^UCAN.; I ; TOSUSMD ITSBT THOaSDAT atOEliniO,! AT MOKTaosi,: fa., at $1,60 rn AurcM, ia AflrAicc. ;M Bstiea of Adrertlsaltf. One square (16 lines or less) one week,..,.... .10,60' One square " " two weeks, 6,7S: One square " three weeks, '1,00! One square " one month, .^SS; ;One square . ": two months, .8,26; :0ne square " three months,.. ...8,00; iOnosqoare " six months,...... 6,00 One square , y " one year,......... 8,00; : : For two or more squares, inserted by the yeatvjs deduction from the above prices is made. Yeariyja&; :Ter tisers will have the privilege of altering or cnang-: ing their advertisementa without additional charge.: ; Business carda^iot exceeding five lines, inserted at $2,00 per annum. - ¦ \..t Job Work. j i ; This office is supplied with a good assortment of : Jobbing biaterials, and all kinds of Job-Work, such as Cards, Posters, Pamphlets, 4c, will be done ntat-I y and promptly. |

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

$ti® 8i3beHlseh)ei]f5, jj " Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given leap persons havingde-i mands against the estate of Silas F. McKune,. Esq., late of Lancsborough, deceased, to present the: same duly attested for settlement, and all persons io-: debttd to said estate wiU please make payment ImV mediatelV to the subscriber in Harmony, township, to; whom letters of administration have been duly grant--ed. , ;T BOBERT McKUSTB, : \ \ 15wC Administrator of S. F. McKune. ;; Administrator's Notice. M NOTICE is hereby given that letters of admmi£i trafibn de bonis non upon the estate of Lafay-'j : ette WmBartli^ deceased, have been granted to tbfe| : sabscriber, and all persons indebted to said estate I will please make immediate payment, and those yet having claims will present them dnly attested for set J dement, ORLAKDO GDNXISO.VJ : ,: Jackson, April 9, 1855. ".. 15>rf JKWELRY. > : ' ! • MORE hew Jewelry just arrived, direct from the manufacturers, and Consisting...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 12 April 1855

1956-6.^.' \'l ¦¦'-. U. HOYTdkBETANS. T)sil Bead Freight! Line between Monttoae and JLii New York. The lubseribera will contfaoe thair connection of the past year for aelliug Susquenanna Co. Produce on conunlnsioa, i; i :; MiTRKW J. Haaamotos, will Kodve and forward Wight for this company at the Mentrote Depot EVERY TUESDAY. • ¦ -,'! ' : frhankful for past patronage, and being satisfied thkt their arrangements for disposing of j produce of every kind wiU enable them to give general satisfaction,: the subscriber* trust that New York prices, 'prompt returns, and their usual strict attention to the business, will insure to them a continuance of favors heretofore so liberally bestowed upon them. . [Tlie returns will be promptly paid in current money by Mr. Harrington, who, will also make liberal advances On consignment when desired. /\;,' i t' ¦ .Our marking cards hare been left with the Hail Road Frieght agent Mr. Case who will attend to forwarding-goods consigned to us on other days...

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