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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

Personal Appjearances of the Apostles. from '•ThcjLifc and EpUtles of St. Paulr n by Cony; '.-.!; ¦ ". .beare. I From St. Pair's expression, " before all," (Galatian^ ii. 14.) it is evident that his rebuke! of Peter took place on some public ..occasion." ; : '¦ J:'' : . ,;The seen?, though slightly mentioned, is one of thejmost remarkable ;ih sacred history; and .Uib triind naturally! labors to pieture to itsijlf thejappear.ince'pf the two men. It is therefore, at least, allowable to mention here that ge'nenjl! notion of! forms and features of the two apostles which has been h;ihded down in.'tradition, aiid. was represented, by the;earlyiiirtist*.. iStj Paiil is set before 'us as! having the strongly marked and prominent jfcaturb* of the .low" yet not without some cif;th' e fj^cr lines ind'ica'tive tifGreek thp't. ilite statu|re wa* dimiiiutive, and his body disfigured by some lamieness or distortion,which jniay h'ive provokv^ thecontemntuous expression 6f his enemies. His la-...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

[ [From the liichmond Penny Post,} \, Ibe Editor of the IZitfmond*'Anscigtr ( a jGerman paper published in this citv and to i whom I am in no way responsible,)"in his is-S6ue of Saturday, tbe24tl|of March, liad the jjmpndence to select me from the entire forjfeign population of4bis ci' V, (to use his own jpolite expression)-^ thb only fool amon« fthem—and,to assert that; I was under the in ° - jflu'oncc of a certain gcntWman who had first jjiiade me a Whig and thi[n a Kuo\v,Nothing. |,! U is certainly true thatJI am a Whig, and'V ;topcct to remain one, buH will inform the Jeditor when and how I- became, a Whig. It :%as when I was living in Baltimore, and when Mr. Van Bnrcn was a candidate for the Pre*. ;|dency, and before I ever saw the gentleman illnded to as exercising i control over my judgment and action ; and it was because I beard a .number of Germans who'had come ^o this country, as I havjj done ;(for the reason that I could make mqre money here than ! could at home*) i...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

Position of Parties. INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN. • ¦* - .. - ¦ zzz CHARLES F. RKAD AKD II. H. FKAZIKR, EDITORS r MONTROSE, .PA. ^ Thursday, May 10, 18*5. Is there a pro-slavery party at the North 1 There isla party that, instead of' ignoring the slavery question,' has long been and still continues the active auxiliary of tho Slave Power; that approved of the Nebraska bill; that, s ince that act has made Slavery the great issue before the people, has generally nominated and supported Nebraska men for office; and that has been met'and defeated by the people on that issue, throughout the Free States. Facts, then, point out this party, the sham Democracy, as, at least in practice, the pro-slavery 'party of the North. Nor do they generally deny that this is their position, * but openly advocate pro-slavery measures, except in a few localities where policy dictates a different course, to conciliate the Free Soilers. ' . & ¦ To call off attention from their own position, so e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

: The Philadelphia "Election- It seems a little problematical who haVe the greatest.cau$c to rejoicd over" the result of the recent mrimcipal. election jn Philadelphia. {Some ofthe DerpoiroticJjiopcrs have been crowing ov'er the result, as though tkey bad something to rejoice at. Their tornier arrogance seems- to | have been effectually whipped out of them, and they arc now thankful for very small favors. •The election for City Treasurer was close, from the fact that the! Democrats sMpported Mr. Haggcrt, the Whig candidate for that office, thus" for the occasion uniting both the old parties against the Know. Nothings* And yet, notwithstanding'this fusion, Morton, the American ;candidate,jwas elected by 322 majority. ' At the October election, the Democrats of Philadelphia-gave Judgb Black 25,-446 votes; and; Thomas H. Bairjl, the American candidate, had 28,104. Now, the united Whig and Democratic vote for Treasurer, is only 22,038, w^ilo the American vote is 22,458i Whichf par...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

—H IT ~—~ : ! Teachers' AMpeUttoa. . In pursuance of notice, the Susquehanna County ..Teachers' Association met at the large and tomrirodiou^bujlding known as the Methodist Meeting Ht|risd m Herrick Centre, on Thursday,: lj|tay 3d||lSS5. The President not beiBg.prej^ilrt , lhe|ueetiin; was called to order by Thmiiae D.! Reese, and on motion H. H. Ellis, "r^.Wai elected Chairman pro tern: The exercises vf ere opened with prayer by ProE Rich£rdson4 Miss Charlotte Ellis, a distinguished! teacher now engaged m teaching in Wayne comity, being present, was called upon to "give a description of the course pursued in teaching iri tbnt county, which1 she did. in a very jijlcar. arid interesting manner, and it proved conclusively that the true friends of education |vero thoroughly waked up in oat; sister cOuniiy, j Prof. Richardson made a few appropriate remarks on the deplorable condition of many bt the schoolbouscs in this county:—that in many instances he found that appropriate sca...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

MIHISTEE8 BECOHIHQ P0LITICIAH8 Corietrtonitnee of the Kational Era. jrRjmioiii)', N..H., April 25.j 1855. ' In past-titneij^jsay'twenty-five, years ago, and morojtbe Me^tbodist, Baptist, Free Will Uaptist, Christian, arid Univerisalist ministers of this! State, embracing not far from twothirds of t)he;WWore number in the State, were mostly! Democt&ts in politics. The Congrcgationalisis,:; Presbyterians, and Unitarians, were tuos'tly; Whigs. In those times, many ministersfof the Democratic party Jwere active politicianx|; j They discussed politics in the circles th«y mct^.voted at the pdlls ^ were often choleri ipgftlators, made fervent prej-ers for the perpetuity and spread of our glorious liberties at military reviews, Fourth of July celebrations, atidj at political eonVeritions.— When Jiwk8ori,:"Van Burcn,and otljers, were cahdidates fori the Presidency, sonic ministers attended meetings at which political addresses wer.e givieri, and offered, prayer. So late as 18...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

The Confutation. '\. Akotukb National CstEBBATioK.-Wegwe place, in another: part of our pa. ; pei^ \o the ivery. able report of our to*n3. I man,.'Hon.\J. K. Tyson, 'made to the Il,v toricir Society, on the subject of fixing a day.! for the celebration of the adoption of tho; Constitution of the United States. .There is siich> manifest propriety in this movement,! that the. wonder only is, that so many ycarsi of happiness and prosperity have been pcr^ milled to pass under' this admirable instru/ ment without a movement of this kind. . Thd great bulwark of our liberties—the .sheetW chor of all our hopes—it is by it only that we can live and exist as a nation'of freemen; and in these days of recklessness of powerTwhe^' the spirit of unscrupulous effort for gain and territorial acquisition stalks abroad from one end ofthe landftojthe other, and when inconsistent elements ^rje to be seen on all sides, we ma^ well joinj in the effort to qukken-the minds of the people in refe...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

Causes of Crime- . I In a late number of the North American, w we find an instructive article on the sources If of crime in this country. The writer says i?5 m will not do to charge all the crime, vagrancv, m and pauperism of the country to one produc- A ing cause, as some of the Temperan'fe pa-. §M pers seem disposed to"do; but that they are | " a attributable chiefly to the following causes; §Ja l.^Intemperance. 2.—The Importation of mi swarms of foreign conyicts and pauperi. 3.- ^ Orphanage, at an early age. 4.—;Watijt 6( a ||| trade. . 5.—rlgnoranco of the commbnt rudi- ^k meuts of education.¦ 6.—The peculia^ con- W& dition of the negro races, especially e'Jcaped }M or liberated slaves., ,; . {• \ SM From among ^ie statistics adduced by tta i^M writer to sustain his position, we extrict the ;|f| folloiving': .-.; • : ^ = jis In-the Western Penitentiary, of Ptiinw^i'-IM vania the majority of the convicts are ihtetn- J^ perate.' Of sixty-three convicts reeei^td in-'l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

Connecticut Legislature—Election of Govi ' _ ' f: - ! -'jl ; !'. liAUTFORD.Cohn, May 3,185o. j- The Legislature of jthis Sw this morning Selected \Yrii. T. Mim|r, Aniorjcan, for iGovsernor fot f.he ensuing year. ] The vote was as ifoltows: Minor, 177 j Ingham;peril., 70,— iTho other State Officers were! also elected.— JThjo' Governor delivers hjs ;Mcssage this afitornpoii. ¦ j,' ¦¦ I _ ! -.(.'I - - - . - • The Message of thfe Goy^ijnor was delivered this afternoon. [ He -rc|pmmends tbat lhj> proposed 'amendment to ihe Constitution —[extending the jrighi of suffrage to colored pcrsQiis, and requiring pcrsops to be' able to rejtd and write before being adniiUed as dectoi-s-^-be allowed to [go to j the people. He recommends-an (ipprbpriatio|i in aid of the State Agricultural Society ; says the income ofi the School Fund tho past yvar has been $128,108, making a dividend of $1 25 for each scholar, and thinks it id the duty of the Legislature to encourage education in ever...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

A White'-Womanlijlung for Freedom. The New Orleans iDelta publishes an nc-»unt of a suit: whic.hi;has been commenced n that city on behalf of Josephine Smith, who alleges tliat she is ; wrongfully and illegally claimed asi a slave oyjLionel C. Levy, of New Orleans, arid Joseph Qihen, of Charleston, un-!der an alleged ;purchajle made at the succession sale of the late Jndah Barrett. In her petition she declares that when she lived in Barrett's house, she; resided there as a free white memberjjof his {family, and was known j to the worldi and acknbwled by Barrett as his j daughter.! She has; fiiways associated with vvhite persons, ;was ed ucated at schools where colored pupils are nqt admitted, and has of , ten sat in the dress |cf -cles of the public thea ties, where none Butj> rhite^persons are allow ed to be seated. Sh;c has enjoyed liberty and passed for a frxkj!-white person,for mon than ten years-, which! gives a legal right to freedom.: ¦¦ i V ' I Several years p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

"'lb :;:; ttHSIBLE:- , ' x '¦/ : If " " . from ti' i PottngeCounly {Ohio) Democrat, a Know .'J' 'Nothing paper. ¦ : '-.'. ;. *,,U » Nevertheless, we will crave the liberty i'to aayj-tbat, iri our judgment, the Aiiti-Nclwfaska issue cartnot be riioro'clearlydcfincd, jnor the jjreat rights off man IniUer chamj loned, In the present conjiiticture, than with the fearless, incorruptible',' and ableex-Scnatjir Chase, as our Gubernatorial nominee and standaredybearer. And this idea, -werioin : — — — . ., . * ttce, i*| very prevalent with men of all former politioitl parties, "who now purpose to act tofethc|t|in the great Democratic Republican , e°p!fs movement. . His Congressional actions ire known.. Prompt, active, indefatigable, atile, on occasions powerful, true to every internist, consbcrated to the rights of humanity, opposed to all oppression, and to the corruption and assumptions 6f doughfaces and slave ftolders,'no man's Senatorial career can prcsffjt a brighter record. H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

•.j Arraigned for Slave Piracy. i .James D. Darnari, the Captain of the".brig. Grey Engle, who was arrested in August last, on: the charge of taking on board his vessel, at; some port on the coast of Africa, 500 nc-> ifrbes, with a view to make them slaves, is Siriw on trial at Philadelphia. . ,The allegations are that.; the Grey Eagle i|vas ati American: vessel, aiy owned by Geo. Marsdcti, Samuel S. Grey,, John A.. Macha-;lp, or by some owner or owners unknown ; iiild that the negroes were taken on board the-vessel on the 1st of April, 1854. '. i| The defeudent bus been in prison ever since bis commitment: by the Lv.S. Commissioner ti> take his trial:.". Thi^ negroes were-.*landcd on the coast of Cuba, nnd:upon the arrival of unc of .'the c-njwjat Havana, lie gave information to the- American Consul, who sent, the Witness to New jYork'with such 6ther informal ion-'as he w;\3 able to pro'cure. in order to scciire the arrest of the defendant, who had escaped from ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

• . . ' .- j » i . • . .. . . ; —i—rr-T ———-, - - .. Enow Nothing Split in Illinois. According ,to t)id Chicago Democrat,'the Know Nothittg Sfate l Council recently held in that City, ifter a stormy session, finally split on the S^av^ry question. . They arc divided into the ' Jonathans-' and 'Sams' of whom the former are said to be anti-Slavery and ant't-Cath;>licj and. thelattcr anti-Catholic and anti-Foreigri.: Tlie Sams are said to sympathize withfJudgc Douglas, and to be chiefly jcomposedj of old Hunker Whigs and old 'Hunker JDerhocrEts, men of pro-Slavery tendencies. »Dpriglas attended as-" .a lobby member, and exfercised all his skill in pulling the wires forithefpro-Siavcry division, but the result Was tbVir complete discomfiture. The Free Soil division were completely victori ous, and their opponents—those who did"not come.over arid loin the successful party—left in disgust, -j | '.« . .. • "This is another illustration of the corisequenqcs that ,miist follow ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

; 1 /-, ¦!i(/Voin He, London\TimeiC) i [ .. .'?lftUe Americans can shbwi.us the way to take Sevastopol,jsre should bb qilitojrcady to learn, and to give them 'every creditfor the lesson." ; Here, now, is a capital opportunity for the exjercise of whatever surplus" chivalry" and " military glory" our Yinkecfijllibustcfs may' still have on hand, uuappijopriatcd. Instead of going to lie down and die under the hot suns, of Central America] a.journey -to the CHmca,-raccording toj contract,—it {strikes u4 would jbo the much irioce sensible proceeding,—especially at this season of the year. Then again as everybody knows thp Rnssians arejgoverhed quite as despotically as Cuba is,- would-it not be quite as.patriotic'to set " the people" there ifree, as to be fiilibustering about " the ever faithful isles"; whOse people (by the way) usually, manifest their gratitude to us, in helping to shoot uk whenever Wc;chance to fall into their i hands, prisoners! | Besides, would it not be the gre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

Riot at Womelsdorf—The Militia Ordered ' (hit. i J READnro, May 4. A riot! has occurred among the Irish" at Womelsdorf, sixteen miles northwest of this place.' The rioters burned several houses and barns, and ten to fifteen horses and mules perjshed in the flames.'- The Reading Battalion are on their march to the scenes ofthe riot. 5^* Spain tho Roman Catholic Priests yet continue to refuse Protestants both the right and the rites of burial—that is to say, the use bf cemeteries, and the legal performance of religious ceremonies over the dead. By late advices iff appears that a Protestant Minister in Madrid, assembling with some of his British countrymen for the purpose of divine worship, had been brutally outraged..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

=&r" LATEST FBOM STOOP* SItMJIABV OF HKWO. . mchin Atlantic arrived .'at -Ne* . .rr^. soam.h-p^^^ ^^ Europe. York. ^Y-ter ' Liverpool dates are to the nine days» 'Vicntm- Conference held Nonly 22a,"!Uions, and has broken up, Russia ^•V rejected the demands ofthe Allies.— ^English and French plenipotcntartes have , A Vienna. There are strong indications £ Austria will refuse to act, against Rusif The bombardment of Sebastopol was Suiccfl on the 9th by the « *™s with 500 guns, and continued until the JStt-It is the intention to storm the -place, if P^ 3 bTe, but the impression is that this » not ' ract cable. The French Emperor and fcm-{ ss have been, in England «* •«*rIg?' Sew British loan of sixteen million'«tcrl mg, for thirty-years; has been taken, b, the ^ Kot» ^t, ^ 1 ^ M*S£- spirit creased, as also the ^ Br.t.SU and ^ ^ ^ tea, coffee and, g£ N ^ taki the have assen^^ m . the Crimea; i re Sebastopol-Jstates that during the two f -st days ofthe |rotiibardraent, the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

: .', , ¦ „ ¦ ..- ¦ V; : . . ' ' - • THE DlffDAFF ACADEMY. Thj Proprietor, Mri Richard HootiniN, respec'tfully informs the public that he has taken th{s Institution with the design of fitting. Young Ladlei sqd Gentjenicn for the Profession of Teaching, according to thfc. 5Corin.it Mode; or for fitting Young Meh far any other bii«!tiess oflife. .'j . Ttiis Institution I* situated in the pleasant, retired, nndhenlthy Village of DiindafT, Suj-qtiehsniw CojantT, Pit., iuld Lr unexposed to tbe many temptation^ and vices' that arp detrimental to tho Intellectual and Moral advancement of Student*. The Prceptreaaj Miss V. 3. Swart, a highlr educated and accomplished Lady, will take entire charge of the Tonne; Ladles both iii aiid out of school Nor will they be allowed to attend parties; or any place of amusement, without tho atxprc«i permission and attendance of tlie T'cachern.'i Misa Hwiirt will give lessons also in Ornamental Ncfedle.Work, French, Peiicilling, Cravohin'g, &e. On...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

' I - W13JIV GOODS. , ? j The subscribers tia|-e taken and fitted up the new; building on the welt Bide of Public Avenue, two dbora| above Searle's Hj9tijlJ|and arc now receiving a lirg^ and well selected assortment of V Fnll niid Winter Good*. Their stoVk is alro^.t entirely XEVT, having sjved but a very few godilsj from tho late dcstnictfve Jfirc| and comprises their usual variety otDRY GO(WS^ Groceries, CrockeW , Hardware, Drugs, Medici nes^ Jaints, Oils Dvcstuflk Boots, Shoes, Leathers, GJassj gwcIry,|Watchcsj^»ilvcr Spoons, Clocks, :Ya»ke«} Notions, tic. 4c.| fwic are thankful for the putronag* hitherto bestowefl jUpon us, and trust that our fcusi ^omers, and the pubUe generally, will not fail to glvd us a call | In our .>*»>» W»n, confident that weTcati 'supplv them with goods on as favorable terms as Serci [loforii. ! niji - BENTLEY&REAto- | I Montrise, NoTCtnbcr SO. 1851. . j ; j ¦ , . ii , ' ' ' ' ' ' '" , d j THE iPEOPLFS STORE. S j; HAYING recent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

MONTROSE PRICE CURRENT. CSfi-iWy of.the artielomeMtitfird in thefolloxciny ¦list, will h'ereceived, al thil office ion tubeeription, at the current.market price. /.I Flotfr W barrel,... i-.l ,i. .^10,S0 IS 12,<MV I A\"hcat ^ bhsliel,. *'. i "... j ... \. -. 2,W Corn Meal |) hundred, ...v.,.,.; .....: 2,50 Corn V bushel,.. J. ¦<...) : 1,25 Rvc ^ busn, ; > ">..,..:..... 1,25 Rve F our "p. hundred, ..'.,•.....;... n 4,00 B"utlcr %i IU, ;.... i .'..,. a .. J 20 Cheese V'W-.•[••'•••••••' i- '..10 @ 12 'Egg's "ty do*. .... L.i-. i.. 12 JMaple Sugaj- ^> %... 8 @ 10 Poutocs ^Ibushlel, •.•••••;- - •!• ......'.75 Apples "P bushels,;. V..;... *.";-.'..:. 50 DriedJApples ^4'bushel, ;.'. 1,60 OaUi^i bushel, .,!. L.... v 50 Beans f? bujshel,i'.i -.-..: 1,50 Uamj V lb, J....]. :v - \« ® 12 "TrHE INDEPtNDENJ REPUBLICAN. j rCBLISHED KVElif .tHL-CSDAT MORNl.Sf;, AT U0XTR0ST, j ! PA., AT ?li,5i) rKn-AXXCJI^ IS ADVANCr.. j R;ito«of Ad\ertiMHR. One square (.IB lines ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 May 1855

J..- lirtARRIrZln: In Bridgewatcr, on the 2d inst, by the Rev. Be- . Witt C. Byllesliy, Mr. MATiitw |JaxJes Hakrisgtos and':Hi;s Ersict C. Gahdseb. j j,. ; -:/•:.. 'j |; DIED.""! - . - : I] Ir: Clifford tosvhship, Susquelianriai co., on Thurs- j day the 19th April, 1«55, Riiokes Remit, aged 54 vAi New Milford, April 22, 1S55J Mr. Fekexas Badgf.r, aged J72 years; and on the following day, the 128th, his relict, Mrs. Mart Badger, aged 66 yean. iTheir <inifonn sedateness of jlife, and correctnessof cottvereatioh -is their highest panegyric.— While both lay prostrate with disease, their firm faith in the Redeemer was unwavering^ calm, and conscious, andl they looked forward in ;blissful anticipation^ of Hhat^rsiwfer which would induct them to a participation in that heavenly" rest which remains for the people1 if God. Their end was!peace, and may their heave nlv enjoyments be eternal.

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