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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

¦ v.-,:-- ;.?-.-;---Cha»ge-(»t-sTCIinc*-\-ir.'.:p.s<..:^. DELAWARE, XACKA.WANNA AND WESTpEBH ¦ ]iiiliBOAp.--,':-:-'.~' -.?*; ¦ - 0TXi«n&. «ftcr"Monday, May ?tb, 1855,, Uie' jMail Passenger Train will depart from Scrooton^ai - 10.20 a. if. Due «t Great Bend at HvDkx. \ Connecting witli thb Dunkirk Express Wftrt on the SJ Y. 4-E. B. B. Passengers taking this'trsln willjrnvo SADnfikirk fit 11:16 1?. 11; ahd in New Yorkut llJlB -HeturoinJSt *B1 leave Great.Bend sk-%.r. si,',' due atSenwton «t €245 P.M. ¦ :..;,,-,¦ :'s-."-.-.' ¦¦ 'id. -i ^^TheFi?eieht Accommodation Train,- with passenger Cteattaclied, will leave Seranton at;1 k-*.';jlna at GresJ^BeJid at^'r/'M.',-.'connecting with^'W M»u Train West, and the :Night Express, ^iain East. Passengers taking this troiri and-the Night Express West, will a.riiv-fttn Dmdiirk fit12 m., or by -taking Mail Train West} will arrive at 'Dunkirk, at C:45 ri: ro'.- ~: Returning, will leave Oriiat Beiid.at?]-*.; »i-.ori ar- rival of "Cl...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

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Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

Sotice. Wiren Chapter No. 180 vtflll meet at' Montrose Thwsdav Aug. ieth at-1, P. M.. Gr.o. L. Stose,H. P.

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

llc^s•Jt5-lvanl!i-TlIagi«;trate», Law Ri- i lirarv. 1. BIHN'S JHSTIGE. i : AXtt rUisiiips«( Plan's Xegal duidc. Xew aiiil Sixi)i.Et]tii<m..l>riiigiiig .thoj Law ., '¦]-': <!o\vn tn 1855.; ji A treatise on-thij'ofiicR'and: duties Of Aldcrnicn and.] .li's'.ices of the Peace in the Comiiionwcaltli ofPenn--j frylriini.i; iiieluding all the required, Foiins of I'loccss and Docket Kn'tii'es; aud eiiittodyijig not only what may hi deemed- valuable to Jwttlcet of the Peace, b.:t jt'it Tvitiillords, Tenants,'and Gciiefal.Ageilts; and maljiug'this voliime. what -it purparts to be, j.4 Safe }.-•,:•' Quid' for. B.uiinesn Men. By John Ri in, late Aldermaii of AV'alnut; Waul, in the; City of'Philadelphia. ¦ Tho Sixlji Edition. ; Ri-visefl, correct(d,/aBd givat'y'enlarged by Frederick C. Brightly,. Esq., A«- ! th.oi- of ;'HV Treatise 'o;i the Law of Costs," f'Equity ; .Inii-ptiaieiice,'!' "Xisi Pi;ius Reborts," EUito.- of i -Peidon's Iligej.t,"'4c. In one thick vbluijje....

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

SefeiteJ articles SAVE YOTO 8TJD& - ; J, ,. "A penny saved 'is as good as a penny earned." In tlie form of-soap-suds there runs from tho kitchen fertilizing matter enough to ' .supply the family with garden vagotonics.— How can it be saved and applied ? Let me ipuji£jt*t. As ofteii ~jis washing day conies, 1 of nil" the suds be carefully saved in atuVor '/recopta'c'lo kept expressly for that purpose. After sunset let it-be applied to whatever in th,? garden needs ft most. Cucumbers,squashes, and melons need frequent application-? nf it- while small, and it will do them as much good as guano or superphosphate, having thW advantages-it costs nothing, and is/always at hand. Tomatoes, cabbages, beans, peas, corn and potatoes, and. even weeds, will all bc grateful, for small favors of this kind. Your grapevines should occasionally have a pailful ; the Oftener ahd stronger the better. Py the way, yineinoed frequently looking after at this season. Useless shools' and suckers....

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE ^ The Boston Alias commenting upon the ridiculous pretensions, of some-of the Presidential "aspirants whose names are in to;i-rt--body's mouth, hits them ofl'in the following " style. The way. to the Presidential chair . must certainly be a path of p1e:isniitiicss;ml«ri,ng from tlie number s-eckiiig its retirement': Is it strange, tlicn, -that politics are becoming' a joke and the newspapers only daily comic almanacs ? Wc have no tiint* to speak •of the different manifestation- of this hiiuror-•ons spirit, but pern'aps tliat ot President p'.imanating is the most notable. This is the Jieight, the apex, the crown of the. comedy.— The; method is to find out sonic poor foul (o whom grudging Nature ha"; given only half a handful of brains, who has'been hopelessly crazed, by the whirling masquerade 61 tin; | . times; to treat, him, in his raggedness and . idiocy, not only as asensible tiling, but 'as a jgreat man; to raise him up a<? a candidate for th...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

lEeTOluMbAaiy iemini»oences. , . Eleaier Johpson, haying been born in 1718. and living to 1792, ,wa$ In thoipri.nw of lifts when]English! oj>press| oiis of.the Colonies, commenced, and bis s4is were old enough tin be pcrticipatoifs iu the revolutionary struggle.; The ship carpenter* wdre among the .mnst;a(j-'.! five of the patriots', aijidiEleazer Johnson yaa one ch* their leaders. '- mdevd the ship-yardjsj were jhu liot-bjedsi of tne revolution, and"'Jwte; are not ccrtaiuj. that tha first aggressive acts against t|ie authorities were not ithcre conr! j wived j aiid by| those men put into; execution.-; { It was tb'e tiic'tj thfit ReV. Mr. Parsons' soeic-i i ty wa* priijeijialiy oujposod; of t)iem, lh;it; made him" ihe iimst active of that time, in defence' uf lilu'-rt;,-*, so thil a't a meeting of ladies at his hoi se he fiijuished what, was'then called "liberty tea,1' aiid at the close of ore of his sermons trailed for volunteers to steji j forwa'ti iu ihei-hurclii-lbr...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

I <•• f . . i lE^sistiiig Law? - ji Mrj Wi'liii n )Biirii|gh recently, made a speech at a Pn)h|bit«ir| Law meeting in New York.fin whicl. lip said)': ' j "But it is objected t|:at;tho law wiil.be re- j si'stedj espec-ia;!y| lg New York. I should \ wonder if it wis-jiot. |I>uring my brief res-j idencc here"! have oks^i-ved no law of cither ' God or man, that has uot ibeen rented. It j isnotiii new thing tlir.|aw| to be disobeyed. re.-Kted. violated* in N<|w Ynrjc : why, dtirmc ] the'pijst year ;,(>Qr muij-dc.fs here'have aver- ] aged One a wetk|from |hejfir-t day of Janiinrv 18*)4.totii^ fij-st ,da|'. li.l.-iiiuary .1S<.j,i.^- i That is a inatterjof reebr.ll and !iine-tei'ith< <f ;' those imurd.-rsj w|-re traceable directly to the ] gto_>shops l,t i| tho-l.iitintstersof e'vilM-at- i teri;d thickly <>v<jr the |:ily|. which' stare ii;:i,n you from all yoiff pttpiiliti^s streets, friun nil ; your pu-'tile...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

BTJSIfJESS; C-feRPS], •[.';, T. B- Orchard, X- D^ i. PHYSICIAN JvND 8UBpEON,^J«ek«on, Stwitichamia coWtj-.T*.: -Rertdencc at the Poatoffice. .-- .' ' r-,'®l&;Iam>V ... ' \ ,. C ABINCT MJlKEBS, have rccemlv opened a ware-, -roora in Key Milford, Pa., and will keep constantly on hanii oS Wntls of Cabinet-ware:; nl?b Headvmade'Coffins.' FVweraU attended with or without n beaiW. Ware-rgom nearlv opposite J. pickemian'ii StorerV ."¦ .: S i^ .;¦ > . :. Kcw Milfoid, ^lay 1 5, lSf>3. {'_ 20^1y ""'•'•. i iL & E.iiaTdwin, ! HAXLT^.'UTtfnEr.S Of SADDLES, HAltXES$, Trunks,1 Whins A.o., In the Ihisomcnt of Searle'* Hotel, Maiitrt>se|P.i. . . i - _ - t C. J4. Simmons, -^ B OOT AND SPOE MAKER. Shop first doff%ast of Odd Pclidw*' Hull, Turupikc St., Montrose. "' ; I W. Binglctoh CAS now lie found at his new stand on Owcgo rt. two doois -JteRt of Searle'd Hotel, where he iffectually repaii-I with dtiimlch. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, (iuns, ihd every a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

a penirr saVeo wortii two ¦¦•.-< JEABWEDy.;-;'! . - '¦ v J iWlTTEKBERGi&BBO^ Mantle, Partake,; • this method of ftdvising their old Mends ahd : customers and ^ho public at large, that they] have just, j received and, opened the largest, prettiest and cheap- j est stock of READY MADE CLOTHHjQ ever bro*tt' to this place, which they offerat asnialladvancefrbnv j cost, thereby offering jiiirdiaaeni the rafc opportuiii- • ty of obtaining gpo.l» nt about two thihls the nsiinl j price. ,- .- -' ';. ;. . -j: '¦.-.. j ; '; j Also a Urge asiortnicnt of Dry Goods-comprisiiigi j for Ladies Wear,! ; new styles Brocade, j Stripe, Plaid, j Plain and changeable Silks Delaines Moslin, De Bage i Bcrage delaines orMie* and elegant dengns. All the latestst;les of LajjicsiDrcss Goods, French Lawns ; Print* and Gingham^ A handsome assortment of: Dmss Trimmings^ Embroided Sleeves, Collars Cuf&J, etc Jaconet and-Swiss Edgings and Inscrtings.Glovcs ; Mits, Hosiery, Yeils and Paras...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

¦; DcfeECrt* HARiirs, ' I HOMEOPATIIIgT, ¦^^F'L^?r,1,mo«bcrqfthelI«'iVe«,tr'>f^w \ J(\-Tprk, m to in^ Montroso oft the 6th, tth and 8th qf each liipnth, snd may bo eonrolted at Hatch's Uotol tor thrpe days, upon all diseases inddental to thefumau sjstcm, vi>: C0N8UMPTI0X, Bronchitis ItiflarriatioH of the Lnngs, Throat, Liver; Phmra Kidt|.ys nn<| |-p!ecn, Dyspepsia, (Indigestion,) Liver' Comilaitit, R'ricrMATiSM, Scrofiihl, Emptions, Spinal Com ilaiiits,'{l)iseasc8-pf the "eye and car, Jiervoni We:wiiess, ijflR.. titu " Particnlar attention 'given to the diseases; of Females and Children. The variou; affrdtionsofjtheUtcri' .N radically cured. -. V\l Ilanie |s wd! .'icqeamted with Imth'HonTriopa .thy iiml AUOi-jathyvhayinfr ht*cr\ in' consta:it study and practice S.n-jtjfc Iajttyeiveyearn, an<l having first fnb-od|i'ccd^IIoh--;eorfti.hy'-.into.lJin- sh3i!!ton,- N, Y., in 154|. IP- Ji|nn of treatment is wi'd, rafe aiid (jjiet% ciovi, and different fixun th...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

'-. \ '-% SELECT STOCK. OF SVtiWBiL GOODS AT < I;L/P0$T&eOli WE now offor to tHepublie tbe most choree ii, the txrsBTt sttlIcs of Goods toW-hsd IS' where in tho cotintry,.and for the very lowest p«!~ without variation. :-.-'. \ ¦ ¦ ' • *^*i ¦¦' ¦:, AEAJtrMADEcr.OffffS'ai SUMMEk STYfcES:i:.I.^lTpostkCdiuixt inM made a large addition to] thdr stoci of demt consisting now of. everything desirable for He hn^ at such prices a* are Sure to suit. The Mods tn 1 ™T fir" f110' and ^ wr«Pt the work to be eoS ; fnot superior to any ever before offered in this w : ket. Our «ock comprfe ."Cpats/fiw black F^ I ^ ackH« 5'^ cks «"d Business ;!Twe»I, Casslinere <J : Jean Sacks and Frock | , also brownyiwd white Sam •mer plain and twilled., Vbsts—White.and eoS i^arsaiI!esJValentia,L&ting,;fignred Barathea, fim,. f=vd silk and Satin, and every variety good and chein I PANTS^Fi|ne black Cassimere; doesSn^ col; twerf] t Summer stuff, linen drill, cottonane^ tuiBe,^ 'check ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

: -Affefs'pjim. \ A NEW and singularly succeisl'ul remedy for ilio' cure of ali Billilius diseKsiti-r-tVisiivi'iiess, Icdi* gestion, Jaumliee. DjApsv. Ri.iuniatisin, Fevers, llumors, Gbiit, Ne,i-vousii>.-s, Imtaliiljiy, tnfhimmations, Ileadachii, Pains in tip; IJ'i-a-i, ^i.je, ilici.; unil'Jbimb.i, Female Complaints iJtC; Ac. Ir.}ltvd, very.fuw are the diseases in whicji; a Pui'-galife Mt dicing is not more or less required]and luuchifickne'ss and suffering might bc preveiited, if a hiiijniless but effectual cathartic cwere more freely used. ' No' person can feel well while a costive habit of body prevails; besides, it soon generates;»erious and often fatal diseases which might have been avoided; by the "timely and judir iousjuse of a good purgative. This is alike true of CHildsi Fevciishsvmptonis, aiid Billions derangements. T'1C.V a'l \*-'M to bcconie'or pniducf the deep seated aiid foniiithibie dLstenipAs which load the hearses all over : the, hind. Henie a reliable fami...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 16 August 1855

\ toWspoi^eiijce. For the Republican. . A DREAM. - On the eve of the fourth day of August, A. D. 1855, weary and worn, I sat down,,and »oon became oblivious to surrounding Objects. ¦Jn an unquiet slumber, as it now appears, J dreamed that I had journeyed long and far • 'tbat I had passed the boundaries of civilization, and was in the wild wastes of the far off Westfroaming over the trackless prairies—icar the close of day my eyes were greeted with the sight-of an Indian village. I was kindly received by a chief of the tribe, and sheltered within his ample wigwam. I was made to feel that though among untutored savages, (to me at least,) they were friendly: A bountiful store of .smoked-venison and wild-fruits was -spread 'before me, upon which .1 feasted w,i{h a relish'far -better than that of many whatsit down to tables loaded with the choicest dainties. ¦ The repast over, the tinkling of a small bell gave notice of a gathering of theVibe at the Great .Wigwam, or Gmncjl House...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 16 August 1855

TAKTHG THE CEH8US. In endeavoring to {take the'eensus for the government, the Marshals occasionally meet with such difficulties as well, nigh deprives them of their senses. ! The following colloquy is said to. have taken?place the other day in ¦ —street; ¦'¦> { ]¦--'- - . * Who is the headjof{this family?' •Thatdepends VPpncircumstances;. If before eleven o^clock, it's me husband—if afther it's mefelf.' '-' • ' : !¦•-¦- ' Why this division?' ',.,...' 'Because afther that hour he's drunk as a piper, and unable to take care of himself. 1st alone his.fkmily.' , . ---' What islVis ai-ejj- { ' Coming nixt Michsejmas he will lack a month of being as bwld{ as Finnegan. You know Finnegan?' • .-'.'•.- r t \ No, I don't know Finnegan ; and if I did it would not help matters. Is your husband an alien ?' 1 • Och, thinr he's ailing ihtirely. He has rheumaticsVworse nor.owld ©onnelly, who was tied double with them.' - : ' How many male members have vbti fri the family?' j . ' 'Ni...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 16 August 1855

A Hegro's Excuse for SteaHni. > ' } Tom,' said Dick, '.you're been stealing massa's turkey.*. ' ,;.; y. • '". \t' ,... '1 'aint no such thing; who say I tukinasi sa*s turkey ?*' * I say so,' said Dick, 'for I seed you go into de turkey house land come out with de turkey head sticking out of ft bag.' 'Oh, Well,' rejoined Torn, 'if you did see me sure enuffrDick, den I did take it; and if you won't say nothing'bout it,'111 give yon the druri|stick|; dat's all dat's left.' Dick KWde [ no promise, but the mastet who had ^overheard, the conversation, soon had the delinquent Tom before^him. . 'Tom,' said he, ri ,: ve just heard you confess having stolen my turkey.' ' '-' Well, massa,' says Tom,,'since I'se eotched, I'll just own Ijtuk it; I watftigoing to dehy-it, no how.' '\' -' - ¦¦'*vV. = - *?v / ; No^i Tom, you know I don'jt allow: stealing on my land, and 1 must punish you for this.' ' ' :-...,„. 1 Pray, massa, don't let ] the overseer flog me; for, massa, (a sudden th...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 16 August 1855

T-HEJSERF MARRIAbt;. jii jics 3r$ §keiel)C$. 'An Illustration of Life in Bussia, A oitoui* of girls were collected-round the door of an isba, or log-hut, in the village of Gork|, belonging to General Petrpviofr.-4-They Were, all dressed in the national costume pf the government of Touja, consisting of a long wljite gown, over which they wore, a plaid worsted tunic, short and iiarrbw,while a li>w bodice, with narrow shoulder-strapsj confinpd a loose puff white muslin chemise.— Their hair){was combed off the facje in .one long plait.- from which hung a profusion of ribbons of all colors down their backs; a quantity of bright colored glass beals hung on e.-Kjh side of their faces, and. round their necks | the^c formed the more orramental items [of their dress, which was other wise oni ly coriipleted by a very thick and serviceable pair of leathern shoes. i Byihe e'arncstness of their gestures, and the apparent interest of their omverkation.'it was-easy to see scfmetlii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 16 August 1855

THU EAGLE'S DEFEAT. .The Eagle, you know, has got the rejrataction of being the Kbg_of birds. I do uoit feel disposed to dispute this title to supreme command in the air.' -I will grant that he has it all hTJTown way among the feathered trlbel But it seems that when he leaves his proper element, *nd undertakes to domineer in the watier, he docs; not always get along quite so smoothly, as the following anecdote, which I have on the best of authority, will shew: A western^Indian, by the name of Beach, whp lived on the shore of a small lake, carefully watched a pair of eagles for several years.. Every: year they came and occupied a nest on a pine tree, only, a feVv hundred yards from-the Indians hu^inVd 'the old hunter became very much attached to them. One day; however, Beach came very near losing one of his bold eagles. He was lying at anchor,^fishing, when he saw his favorite bird high up in heaven, slowly .sweeping round and round m a huge" circle^ evidently awaiting the appr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 16 August 1855

The Eepuhlicaa Convection.. Although the Republican Aieetmg nii>ioiuvpse, on Monday evening next, occurs in rrhaying time,'' it is expected that many of ihe farmers, as well as others, from the different townships, will find time to attend it. The spirit of resistance to the aggressions of olavery, lives and grows, with abundant aliment, nrnong' the freemen of Susquehanna r&uhty; and it is*desirable that they should, i'roni time to time, meet and take counsel to gether respecting the best course, ot action i-'»r them to pursue, as a portion of the peot le on whom devolves ihe duty of resisting ; hose aggressions. As the Republican patty, ..hose'mission it is believed to be to roll !;aek the rest&ss tide of Slavery and 'confine it to its present limits, -must bo formed by a i.uion of all who believe the Slavery question ,>.e one great issue, andare willing to act as . .> believing, all such, Without reference to i". rmcr party connections,...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 16 August 1855

>j«r th* Republican. j £3gp-Captaii| Cuttle was the proprietor of a fine watch:* "Set 'cr for'ard 'alf an'our in the forcnoon| and a 'alf an 'our in the arternoon, and "shet\yas n Watch as would do any man credit." \ The Captain was very much attached to the old-watch. So certain captains in politics, that recently published an address, arc; of claim to be, proprietors of a party: The did thing is a slow time piece. Individuals thdt govern themselves by its index havelatteHy been discovered getting up t<io late in thelmoruing. But still a few fos-S " ¦ P. sil remains—dried up, old ones, and withered young ones, venerate the old time piece. By setting her "for'ard a 'alf an 'our in the mornjng- and 'alf an 'our in the arterrioon" they expect to hobble along as fast us a conservative jackass ought to travel. i .' - Like the Vienna Coi»fer«iee, they nave framed four points, and from these {1 have been taking ah observation upon the recent address—have-! attempted ...

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