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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

. ; The Snake StoryJ : ] It seems ?the .n| oiulcr. snukeidiscbyered a febor't tiiiiejsinco. in Silver Lake>, and which has created :so much excitement in the Wcstr em part of j the State, has not been taken after all. (hough there are person]s in the vicinity <f the lake who appear to think there]ls no doubt liiWtliere is a serpent thejo yet.4-One Edwinj Fautiiug makes'affidavit" thai oh Wednesday evening, the 15th j insh, he saw. the creature, whi.ch now appeared to be about one hundred'fuct. in length, with a head afojjit in diarnctei- :ind body in-proportion..- The story purporting-to be.from a correspoiidoht of The Bvftalo Republic, is supposed to" have originated"u-ith the local editor.ot that paper, who, it i$ surmised, occasionally "sees pretty large snakejs in his boots.' We dare say he had. a glinipsc of a monster Vrlien-he elaborated the iiioustcr story; but so far from having captured the creature! , the creature had captured him. ' \ • ¦ > i P....

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

Petition of Passmore Williamson. ¦ j ! The following is]the concluding portion of the petition of Pasjfimore Williamson to tho Supreme]Court of Pennsylvania, sitting in full bench, at Bedford. .Believing] thevprci po-iiiem-jihcrciu stjt rforth ' to be correct, wc u-k->ur naderrs t)»;give them a careful-per-, us-il, licariii" in mfini the eircuinVtaiices under which Mr,Wiilianisini was imprisoned I'tor eeint«:jnpt,.'by Jjiidg" Kane of the U. S. District Court, and the sub.^e'quent refusal of a writ of habeas jcorpus in his behalf, by j Judge?L(-wis,'.if tljjj supreme Court of Peniipsylvania; and to cpliMu'cr whether, if the ceinj diicXof the: two Judges'referred to-js to be sustained, we. -.arc pot all liable-to be impris-; oned, at the di-crqiiou of One man, without | i having committed! anv oflenen. (., ..! - I ¦ " \ , .''On' th;i hearing there will be endeavored io.be cslalilUlu-d.lni lichalf of your petition er on. ubiiijchiiit'griiund of reason and "author ity, th...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

\ Eepnblican State Convention.. Wp publish in another column a call for a Kepiibfjcah State Convention, to be held in the cjty; of Pittsburg, oh the 5lh of September, digricd by a number of persons, formerly identified with the different parties lately existing in'this State. The objeet as setforth, is to: je-Uect amnion of the voters of this Commonwealth opposed to the "aggression*.of Slavery.- Wc hail -this .as'.a movement fR the i|ght direction. There is in Penjisylva-. nia uj large riiajurity of her voters opposed to the Kansas-Nebraska bill and the outrages which are.the legitimate-'.consequence-.of the Repeal of the Missouri Compromise. Some ! expedient should be resorted to togive exprcsj sion jto the sentiments and feelings of her peo-| pic. I We need, ait .drgauiaition and^.a.plat-!.ibnii upon which all the friends <>f Freedom, j • regardless of former party names, can. stand i in c<|imnou, and not by. e%; i.-ie>n Miffur tho ! voiei" of. Pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

Kansas Legislature- The correspondent of the St. Louis Democrat, writing from Shawnee, says i <: During my absence last week, a bill making negro-stealing a capita! offence, was. passed by the Council, and is now in the. Iwnus of a House Committee. When it is recollected that in such discs tlie evidence ol' negroes is admitted, this act will, excite wide spread astonishment. The lives of no citizens are safe against the hate, of any slaveholder .who chooses to instruct his negroes to commit perjury. Unless extraordinary pains arc taken in trials for such coses, this act •mav yet lead to many cold-blooJeJ official murders." , ' "" . A correspondent of the Boston Atlas, writing from Lawrence, Kansas, after speaking .'of the disabilities iniposed by. the I.tgislattircofMas«ichusdt.semigr:iifts;s:iys: ¦ ¦ "The"Massachusetts men are becoming men of mark, and the free Siate men from other sections arc euvu-us of lhenv and but few persons can be found now that do not fc.iilf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

Application of Passmore Williamson for a i f ! Writ of Habeas Corpus. " ] . . Hedmrel. Pa.. Aug. Id. The application of Passmorc Williamson for a writ of habeas corpus, came upto-d.iv .•n-fore the Supreme Court, iindvva- .•irmied by ihe Hon. Charles Gilpin and WilHaiii M. . Mercilirh. Their speeches ocrtimi-.l vhe Court fur three hours, and were rno-t di!,: ar«ujiiLtits,: All the Judges'were'pr»'-cnt',. and seme tiiiie was speni in con-uliatioii. Tlie Court, finally, without'Coining to a .dec-won with] reference to tlie application, adjourned tffme-el iit Suribury on the first Mo'i-.l.iv iu (jctt'il'iT next. .-. _ '• .: Importaxt from Kansas.—Amoi:g-i other acts passed by the epiasi Legi-datuivif Kansas, is one requiring that settlers from Massachusetts shall-take an e[;uh of allegiauev -to the. Constitution and laws of the. I'liiu-i States, the fugitive slave law and lhoW^.mic act eif Kansas Territory, -included? m.d that. itlicy should support the laws enacted hv.ihc iTerr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

I iiooKs, i5ook«. Books! .' AJT 1|HE iMflNTPiOSE BODK STORE. r|">HE subscriber wocld hifoim his friends aiid the JL. nubile generally th:<t L:.' h't- o:j hahil tho largest and bi-st si lett'rfi a-.-=ortm.-n.t nf.Bi.oks and Stationcy to.be [nun:] anyjv.hore jirS!H'!u.-!i.i':m> county, which" ho wiij, sell fj.- .rpady pay at piiee-r that'cannot f.iil m suit, r : - i' !- Ainbne- the ui;sc?Ila:>oo..:s r.nnU' mav be f.-und tho ; Lily ...(' Washington; J.j(:!;s»-.i. Taylor.' Isaac T. lle<pi per, Horace Unieh-y, P. T. B.uiiu'in, ami othe-s: Star , Tiip"!f; (.BeecU'j' .'.j.lIeuiiuuiry in the C5:y. iOiapfci.) Ii-11 H»iiil» Ai)Tt\ .'! .liIv;to'jrrs!iip ais'l its Cor:Vequt>ncc-s, IWyiiaT,) R.ith IL!!. c'-K.m-.iy Kei-ri.1 aim Fern , L.;ie-cB, first -anil, secocJ -c:nr:, Ajnerican Agitatoi-s ¦ :i:.d Iij:-fo-nieif, ] frljr.a«rht< cc--i Tilings -.\t Horn.- stwl - A!>ro:j'l, Qtttiii- jllon" Ttic Old Inn, Hood's Works, ?ta!ihbpu''Bu;li^h, T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

f PRETIII.TI LIST, ' or 7|tK .stjacjuinansa coIpntt aokiccxtltial . ¦ !] • SOCIKTT. ' I-nlr aud Cattle Show lo beheld iu I HlontrOne, Oct 1 lib, 1855. „ '.-' I ' . XKAT-ClTTtr.- ' • . For the best Durham Bull, Wo veais old and up. wai1»,-••;:¦?. v .l ..:...... «s.ort 2d;be3t,.;.....,'.. r......... . sm For the beat Devon Bulk do. ......, ~ '."""'* . '^ •Sdibest,.;.!. j ,' , "" ,'^ For the- best Grade or Mixeet ..}...!!*.5|oo 2dibost ' ' ,., J :-.......! ]si)o For best Co<v, as rcgard^forni and nppcarence.Voo 2d:bcst,.;........;.. ..I" .. , : onn l'or (ho b'H milch Cow as appears from results, 5,00 2d;best,. I ; inn or. the best two vears old Heifer .- 500 •Sd-best,'..........;....!...„; i;.;.^ 3d;best,.........,....]...., J..2,00 For toe best lot of store Calresi, not less tlian five, 5 00 Sdjbest,,! . , Voo 3d;be?t,. L I ...: .200 For ^e bc st!pair ofWorkiugi Oxeu,.......... isloo 2d;beat,.;. _ i. 3,00 Sdibcist,.. '... 1 , 2,00 For\he best pair two year old Steers, fi,00...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

; household words! ' ¦" .' "". j" -: AUGUST. ¦' ] i ." i ,.. CONTENTS OF NO. XXl)C: i 'The:Toady Tree-Mother and'S-.cp.Mothfcl- (Conefuelcd)—Cfclp, Brimstone—Poultry Abroad The Story of a King—A Laviathan Ind.-e* d4i.Mecharucs bx Uniform—Poetry em the - Railway _tvtat the Landlord Believed—The Wind—Australian Carriers—The Roving EngJUhman, Rastchuck, th0 Pa?s.i<*2 of the Danube—Doctor Dubois—Cheap Patriotism Vesuvius |n Eruption—Strictly Financial—French Love—Strive, Wait and Pray—India Pickle-j-Pctition Extraordinary-i-Specimen of the Alchemists two chapteh-s—The First Death—A Very Little House—Quite Revolutionary—By Rail to Parnassus.. j -.j [Terms.—Three Dollars a year, or Tw'entvifive Cts. alnumlwr. Those remitting Three DoIlafsJwill receive the Magnrine fret of pnstwjr.'\ Outis—Two copies, Five Dollars; Three copies, Sixllolhns; Five copies. Eight Dollars and Serenty-fivb Cent^. Put-«jn^'» Monthly and Houiehold Bonfc,' Five*Dollars i -'. "- DIX&EDWARDi ( . . 1....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

Pcumylrnnlu magistrates' LaWxi. I - . ibrarjr. ' /* ¦ 1- I ji SINN'S JUSTICE. / *] i 1- *sn-; f '¦' /¦:¦¦¦'¦ Bttslucss Mai*'* Lcgul/Caldc. New a|el Sixih ?diti..n,jljringing' the Law ; J- el«i\vii to 185i3. A treatise on tho office and duties of Aldermen and Justices pf tho Peace in the/Commonwealth ofPennirylrnnia^jincbiding ail tho/fecjulred Fotnia of Process and Docket Entries i and embodying not" only what may be ilecm^d yaluablo to] Jusficct of the Peace, but to Landlords, Tiihants, aajJ«tJeiicral>Agentt; *nd faking this vqlumii what ifpurporta to be, A Safe Legal Guide ^Business Men. BvJohnBinn, btc Alderman of >Yalnue Ward, in the Citv of Philadelphia. The Sixth Edition. /Revised, corrected, and greatly cidaVsud by Frederick C. Brightly, Esq., Author of'IA Treatise on the Law of Costs," "Equity Jurisprudence^" "Nisi Pritis, Reports," Editor of "Purdotij* Digest," Ac. Iu one thick volume. Oc ts.\6. Pj-ice only §1,00. ; " / -Also, Companion to Binn's Justice. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

¦ Chansc'.or'Time^"1''""^^-. DELAWARE, LACKAWANKA AND WESTERS ¦" RAILROAD. ¦ '''¦'• Gff.shd aR«r^ndsy"^y'7th;- 18S«, the Mail Psssenger, Tratawiir depart from Serantofl #t 10,20 A.x., Doe at Great Bend atT;20V.>. Cottnceting wlthihe Dttntirk Eirpress West on the N. jti A E. R. R. 9 Pissengers taking tills train -will arrive inDunkirKat 11:15 r.51,, and in Kew York at H;|8, "p.m. '"- ;. .- ¦¦- 1'. ;-•';' '¦; .'• ¦ ';-.-; ¦" J: • r~} .Setqniing,: wiflfcavei.Grest Bend it 4 r. v., due stScranton irt 6.-4S. P. K. ' ' " - - ,. The Freight Accommodation Train,- with pasienge ; car attiched, willieayo Scrantoa at 1 p. if.; due at Great Bend at 6 >, M., connecting with th© Mill, Train West, and the Sight: Express:*Tr*iii: E^stl Passengers taking this train arid the Night Express-West, will ariive in Dunkirk kit 12 m:,or by taking \ Jail Train West, will arrive at Dunkirk at 6:45 p. tn, 1 Returning, will leave jOrcat Bend *i.l:.ji. ,X. on ar-. rnral of CiuciniiatiEsprpss' Eas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

I . - - - -j- — r — ¦ ~ -: I i :- -\ HARBIED. Bv Rev. ILIa.'Riley,l July -tth, Mr. Bknjaxiis A. .1 - JoiM'sos- and MissLoCiEA Roukrtk, both of Sprinitj ville. - i.., j . ' d % -i m the satiiii, AJugust 5th, Mr. Fiuyt'is W. Nixon q of'Avon, N. Y., .ind ..Miss ALrcc' S. WoorMiCEP of DuiiAek, Pa. { j : j /' • j- '¦ BIED. - I '. Iii Jackson, 10:1 Monday the lith instant, -Eld.'"J. B. .'Woi'iisy, in the tHJfchtoar of hi.- ige. A more! ex--; tenj-d notice of his-^ath, and aljo a biographical . sken ii coneieet!cd. irit'i li,:s funeral sermon,' will be ;,piibis.-hed soon, • ; . t \ Com. : At Senmto.i,' P' l, Tuesday inor'niSig, the 14th'i:ist. Ella, daughter of R. C. S";mi,5o!i, \u the -fth vear of her ago. J' • . ' ' ' Bi ^iCS fcJMiaM

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

J— ... pJff?-UlJU ,.«^.g«m ,g J^I**J^ BiSgjy^gwcw ¦ ;¦'" '. fe^-.ffibcH^c^,:'. \Sti\ B;iJivi-'s Colobv.'Joii VojreJabla I ' I -; Compound, :-A so,¦er.-igu icniedy for Dysenterv, Cholera Morbus .•thon.-ii-liiSiiituni or Summer complaints—ciitiielv -.vegei!ibli\:i:itl has never fiih-d in a sini-l,. instance o'f pif.di oing the desi ed ef.W-t. Fur sale'-in bottles at .oOeefitsaiid?!.. ;' ¦ RENTLKY & READ. I !' Maiitiose, Aiigi:k--2, IS." .. ' • i '-! -' ''' '., ] • -'- '. ' " ' - '! ! ' 1 .ExjeftiJovs' Xctft'c1. i All |^rso:is iii.-iohu;.! ,te> th.'o-Mte't.f Eld! J. B. ' AVonhMt, I.ito ofjtho' toi-.-i;.-hip di" Jack.- 0:;, deceased !i! , are h -reby ne>tlfifd t<>tnii!:j;::i:n.;0;.,ie paytnettf,- ini,if .'those having dnjms :'.g liust sai-^ i.-state will present's t'.ielajtluly I'.iitheiiijcitci! for sett'.sjinent. • . : Ai 0, tt'.i pev.sd^.s having'l-.iv.iksi in their possession ' b.'lotviug lo thejlati Eld. We>;deh are rei]'iested 'to' rctu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

Republi< ail Primary EleViioais. • %^i ifoii:^;. -. At 11 meeting of the County-Committee of' llie R:;-' piihlican Baity of,Susquehanna County the foilovvireg ;icr,<ons wl're appointed lo superintend the electiori of Delegates to the Repttblitim Conv'ciitiim'to Lj held at the Court Hous<>, in Mpi.tiote, or. Monday-.tlic-lTtli : of September next, at one.<i'c-.'nrk r. v.: j.l;,a7i7«i«—Harry Dai?ey, I/ewisW. Battoe. Johtv' Kimble. ". .. . " . •; -irnrar—W. W. Stearnes, • Gilbert -Williams,. Edward Bloxham. ^uiurn—John Te-wtsbury,, IIorace'Davis.-J.-iseph;' Spencer ^ . 5n'</(7r^a/(T-^-Pern'n'"lVe31s, L. I?>Oanjsev, John!] Harrington. - ' ": JH.v.klijm—1. S. Tewfc'sbuiv, Dan'ic! Yeomans,' II. VT-R-at. ' "'¦ ; O'i/orJ—C. N. Miller, Thomas D. Hels, Edward' ¦ ! , |; , I Oran. . . -.'' -. 'CS«cot»?—ftimuel F.Cirmalt, -Lettis 'ChambcrUn,-j.-.', .(-Tmrfes-Neal. ¦ ¦ ¦ • ¦ /).'jwo<-X-—Samuel Shcrer, Abel Cafiedv, Wiliiam' ti. Any...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

Camn Meetluk Xoti<-o. The Churches composing the State Road, Fan-dale |fcouth;-Auburn, Apalachian, Candor, Union, Tioga aud Athens circuits, Syracuse Conference, arc makinga-. nrngemeuts to hold a Camp'Meeting.'to commence ••eptember 10th and continue tin the foliowing/ Mon''«¦. The camp is to be located tcti miles from tf I?C ^ ^at ' ^i8 «P^; !-«d that «hV Pledge « our brethren frpm the Roerjester conference; thit Tt n^°bce,n fIth ^ *m be redeemed, so that «f ^ •"! no ^ lack of Ministerial help. IfeX .^d that Bros., Lee and MaUackf-wi^ manv 'ST/rr ubW|J,ren, °ithe ^^^CoWrenCennd !Si ,ey °f the 2^<Z*ta*c*; wiil be i«fcam^V¥C r^^n^ arebeingmade ! '•aehbrtS. n he L ?rd' for ibe *ole Pvpose of ad^ I . «>6r»ce Bibl,- ehnstianitv. In riew of anrronnd ingiircumstaiiiccs, aot a word need bo said.to you td urgi the importance of, making a united and njighty clK'«n God'fchajno, and in behalf of crushed and polliited huniiuilty. /It remains for aUioncemod to say^h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

j |- '¦ Creat Atl^tJdM^T;":^ I j "OUAHSTOAHi" i fpiIE subscriber would again announce to Ma cW i-t ; tomew and the public generally -that he ra» te^ ceiyed a Ur^e assortment of BOOTS ANDSaOES. which he intends celling for Rend,/ Pay twontv pet cent cheaper than eon be bought" in thistnavbet (the Gcnhine ]B00t :t:,d Shoo Stow down Tofan or tha wT^t^c t,, B«r8BiI1!,. «P K>wii, not excepted.)—ft13*1 ?1 ^8 ?'"' Turn?ikc ¦*»»," «"t floor.: Although nbt-quite so commodious as some "stbabs,<* yet It an^rcra our purpose very weU for the present ^either can we prombe our customed ihat our "estaljliahm«nt" wiU not be. "surpassed" by any in the country soon, but we will promise ear customers thai we .Will aell Boots and Shoes- to nuitf Ih qnality and ' jirice. fljur stock embraces a general variety of new i iltid-elegant styles of Ladies' and Ocntlcmcn's wearj timopg which are Ladies' Silk Fox Gaiters, Colored paiters, Enamqled Gaiters, Black and Bronsed Kosf suth] Boots, Ename...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

BUSINESS CARDS. —_ .—--•-—; .*-. . T. B Orchard, M- D-. . , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Jackson, Susnuelianna county, Ffe. jRcsidence at the Postofpce. ~~ Hall & Iamb, ! CABINET MAKERS, have recently opened a Wareroom in New Milford., Pa., and will keep ton, stantly on hand all kinds cf Cabinet-ware; also Readymade Coffins. Funerals attended with or without a hearse. Ware-roo^i nearly opposite J. Dickernian's Store. , -:'| ¦ . New Milford, May 15,1S55. . 20—ly ^ ~:r~~ A. & Ei Baldwin, j V]r ANUFACTITRERS-OF SADDLES, HARNESS, j tYL Trunks, WWp3,4(S., in the] Bascmcntof Series , Hotel, Montrose, Pa. j!^_. _ ¦ _, | J C. M. Simmdns, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,] Shop first door1 cast , ofOdd:F^ow8'nttJl,J^r^ik^t ,L^ww:_ ,——? ;- ^"gjngieton .' ! i^AN now be found ^ hisneyv stand on Owego st. O two doors west, ofCarle's Hotel where he effectually repairs with ;tol« , Watch?,, C ocks, Jcwclrv, Guns, and 'ewjrjr description of Mach ner> jWhe-eUutting; .('...,. a|d Watch iftateua...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

A PEWIT* SAVJEB' WORTH TWO - SABRED*-. J *1* WITTENBERG i_ !BB0., Montrose, To., take . this mcthotf of idvising their old Wends and customers and the public at Urge, that they have just received and opened the targesVprettiest and.cheapcst stock ofREADY MADE CLOTHING ever bro't to this place, which tbjjy offer at a small advancc from coSLthcrebv offering-purchasers the rare opportunity of obtaining goods ! at abom two thirds the usual p( , Also a large assortment of Dry Goods, comprisinc for Ladies Wear, new stvles Brocade, Stripe, Plaid, Plain aud changeable ^ilks, Delaines, Mushn, Dc Bago Berage delaines of nc^r and elegant designs. All the fittest s^les-pf Ladies iDrcss Goods, French I^vns, Prints and Ginghanisjj A handsome assortment o Dress Trimmings, Embroidcd Sleeves, Collars Lulls, etc. Jaconet and Swist4 Edgings and Iiiscrtmgs,Gloves MTts, Hosicrv, Veils and Parasols. . Tlielr assortment ofShawls U very large, embracing everv thing that is rich and fashionable both for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

aaiuniBy«jBt»«*ca_e*Bx;*rM__ *_*M^^ ' ¦:¦'- ¦','.' i, I ] AfER'S flELS. ,'-l A- NEW and singuLirly successful remedy for the XX euro" of nil Billious diseases—Coativeness, Indi- gestion, Jjiundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism: Fevers,Humors, Gout, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflammations, Headache!, Pains in the Breasi Side, Back and Limbs, Female Complaint^ Ac. Acf Indeed; very few are the diseases in which a Purgative Medicine is not more or less requirca, and much sicknees and suffer- ing might be prevented, if a harmless ,biit cfiectual cathartic jwere more freely uied. No [person can feel welliwhilc a costive habit of body prevails; besides, it soon generates serious and often ] fntal diseases, which might have been avoided by the timely aiid udipious!use of a good purgative, tpls is alike true of Colds; Feverish symptoms, and Billious derange-, ments. They all tend to become or pfu'duce the deep seated and formidable distempers which load the hearses all over the land. . jllence a rc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

a select; STOCK OF '.-¦- SIIMiTIEK GOODSA* LL.PO^T^CO.- , : T WE now offer to the public the most choice an) the iii«8T BTTLts jof Goods to"be had and , where in flie country, and;for the very lowest prices, without variation. ] . READYMAPE CLOTHING. SUMMER .STYLES. -1." L. Foot k Co. have just '- • made a large addition to their stock of clothing, consisting now of everything desirable for the buyer ." at such prices] as are sure to suit. Thcrgoods ate made first rate, and we warrant the work to be equal if hot superior to any ever before offered in this market- Our stock comprises Coats; fine, black French , Sacks. Frocks and Business; Tweed, Cassimere and ' Jean Saclis and Frocks, also Brown and white Summer plain iind twilled. Vests—White and colored _:;'. Marsailles, Volentia, Lasting, figured Barathea, figured silk and Satin, and ev^ry. variety, good and cheap. Pasts—,Fine black Cassintete,. doeAin, coL tweed, Summer stuff, linen drill, cottonadc, ttripe, plahv, check and pl...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 23 August 1855

i/ UHE M0H6TBE SHAKE TAKEH-, _. \ fa% mb;.$#.?*. ? Corw«pon<fene« of the Buffalo -o«y *«y»««- Tmr Vit-tAos, N. Y., Aug. 18,1831^ This part of the country lis wild with excitement. The immense snake, with various descriptions of which the papers have been crowded for two week» back, is at length captured You hive undoubtedly hearfl all the parUculars of his appearance, the many doubts and sneers as to the existence of a lusus «alurde of this character in a lake but fournulcs long and not quite ihreerquarters of .1 mile wide; Daniel Smith, an old whaleman, came here about two weeks since, after hearing'of the appearance of the creature, and while here bad the good fortune to see htm. He immediately sent to NewYork for an old shipmate of his an^ h» " 'ron^ an^°n ?"¦ day last both.arrived with harpoons, cordage and everything necessary touted the monster. Many strangers who arc stopping nt the Walker House in this city, attracted to this part 6t the country by the excitem...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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