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

] An Old Joke- | ..,- There is.many an old jtnle and 010 epigram which, after ly ngbyfor years, ijornes _p like the bowstrini in ". Wa«te not,j^ant not," at very appropiiate f mcs. Among tho talcs applicable in these ai|ti-Catholic V»»es, we rccal that of a pWi» Scotch Protestapt farmer, who had suffered mnc]h and desired relief from his landlonjl, a Catholic noblbman. Going to the sub-deputy-steward's clerk's assistant, he was|ungraolbusiy;referred from one autliority wanotheri until'he with difficulty reached, the nobleman, who^ when heJhcard his story, at once gave the required re»ef-—, Uoinrr strbek with thcfremarkable intelligence all and wit of his tenant; thtflord shewed l^ini j his castle, until they bamc to a chapel iniwhich were pictures of53in(s,the\ irginMarv^ Christ, and the LoW. "Whkt'sa' yon fiilltP tpquir-. the farnrtr. "They afe the saints who Inke my prayers to the Virg^in.'V replied bus ^ ldrd.--"And what does shS do wid 'em?•'«Shg tnkes then: to our Savio...

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

iI;J* j i • DOCTORHARRIS, HOMEOPATHIST, G1 RADUATB and tmimber of the Vniverrity of New W York,will be in Hontroso on tho 6th, llh and 8th of each month, and may be consulted at Hutch's Hotel, for three dajs, upon iMJ}™*^^*** *° thebirattn gvateni, Vmf CONSUMPTION, Brpn- \ chitis Inflama'tion of tho Langs, Throat, Liver, Pleura, j Kidneys and Spleen,' Dyspepsia, {Indigestion,) Liver, Complaint, RurxKAtisv, Scrofula,; Eruptions, Spinal Complaints, Diseases of the eye and car, JNervpus Weakness, &c., &c.! Particular attention given to the diseases of Females] and Children. The varioui affections of the Uterus radically cured. , , Dr. Harris is well! acquainted with both Homeopathy and Allopathy, having been in constant study and' practice for the last .twelve year*, and having first introduced Homeopathy] into Bipgbamton, N. Y., in 1847. His plan of treatment is mild, tafe and effita- fioi(», and, different frqra that of any other physician, j and cures nearly allfev...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

••• ^cU U a|;. From Putp*m'« UontU * for An ^t- '"-'.', j!:' jcr iost tooth. .//./ j Often Itbfefc of the beautiful town ;>,, J, I That is seated by the sea; .'( Often in thonght go up and down f The pleasant streets of that deaf old town,' . [ Andinj youth comes back to we, ¦ j' ' .And a verse of a Lapland song Is haunting any memory still: ,. ' . j-¦ '.'A boyV will Is the wind's will, And the. thoughts of youth are long,-long thoughts'." . i '-- ¦ -.- ¦ ..... '. . \- ¦ \ can see the shadowy lines of its trees, And catch, in. sudden gleams, ,-' The sheen rK the far-surrounding seas, And isSauiU that were the Besperides, Ofall my boyish dreams. - • And the. burden of that old song, ¦ ' . . It murmurs and whispers still: .*< | ."A. boy's will is, the wind's will, And the thoughts of "youth arc long, long thoughts." I remember the. black wharves, and the-slips, And the seasidesi tossing'free; And Spanish sailors with bearded lips, • And the beauty and mystery of th...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

DEMOCRATIC LAW 1 .The writ oliMazs corpus is the great-writ !of personal liberty, and its-design was to (¦serve as a shield to.cvcry individual citizen {against false imprisoumenf, or an' improper ! detention of his person. Every/man has a right to claim if, arid when he can show that ;he is illegally restrained of- his liberties, he ; is entitled to a discharge. As the name of the writ rmports, it is a command to produce in Court the body of the person or persons held in durance, and is always issued at the instanee'of those who are interested hirestoring the prisoners to. freedom.-'': Hitherto no Judge authorized to issue such a writ has felt at liberty to refuse it, whett: asked for, reserving to himself only the privilege of re-;j fusing; to discharge the prisoner, if satisfied : -that he is legally imprisoned... ' I In Philadelphia,-however,; under the legal ; ; I ' ' ; ! < reign of .such men as Katie "and Letets, nil this has been reversed. Judge Kane iksties. a...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

^; J;.v;*^MMMtdl^ ;The Rev. TJr. Ley Writ: who has^^ recentlyr visitedvthe %\anini'otlirjCaV\' tntts *t^9^si : the «atl m one ijf its subterranean ri«w,W'¦¦ . tbei^»^ftrt«M,^fwbicbbeisthe^'itd^ ; rf?^'i&«;.^n^en^:im>i^{M^.We:«ta^<ill'.i. the banks of what the Rutdes call,«Bcho BijL. *r,' thhugh it ^-sip.-.-mlUy^fird^W^n^ ' a continuation >T\the LetH? Mat rlwfiow*5 disappeared, 'andsSkpfieir had; iwleielts%8 v^T thefiaUbtntonwhichwehademr^rked. Tn»" hrtHpejcfcof c*he voyagej*^w nptjlpiting^-.^ Thecotirse'**f*tl | 'e stream led^ atonce wiaej^; soHd;ceiling of 'rocfc;^n'i^^y ^'o^f ov^'fli^' fjferiabCive' the;water.' -"Stoo^ng^ «9'ioWfj M'! pr>»ible, the boat glided altmgmitil in a few'i minutes we reached a point where the afeb oyerhead was elevated tasome' five ,or six feet from, the syrface V .tfie'.strjwnjr-}isdfor, three-quarters of a mile this extraordinary navigation continuer). We were 'tSi!ee^bmPv!, i dred and twenty-fiye feet below the...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

THREE ADYEHTTTBES BEFORE MIDHIGBT I^ic3 W$ §Keici):s.; I have had more than one adventure in ^ihose East India Jungles^ among which so rnatiy of my early year« were spent, but not one that possesses more oftrui.n and less of the appearance of it than th f- which, hefel fny friend Chir.sbolm. For many years he was my brother officer and chum.' We art rived at Madras together, .haying shared the problematic comforts of. the same cabin as passengers on board the David Scj>it. a vessel of which the only distinct recplhjctions 1 retain are, that it was freighted with young ladies, cadets and horses; and commanded by an uncouth no. sailor, with whom I was. incessantly getting into all sorts of scrapes from which the .cool, manly, affectionate bearing of Ghrisholm was as ince-sanily vx:r \ tricatiug me. We: were posted to do dniv with the same regiment.. drilled togt-tbej. ¦, quizzed together as the most, enormous -and ! ineontroverti; ly green griffins that ever quit-; te...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

THE YOUHQ BRIDE IN THE PAESON-¦I-.'' AGE. .1 . ! . . _ * - j ; I*rom the Christian Advocatiil-and journal. The spontaneous soliloquy which issued from the heaving bosom of thejyouijhtui bride, as shp sat-jsolitary in ttie par or, tiiay excite a smjje in thosse who never; knew such sorrow ; but {now. as well as in I he dkys ofSolomori, * the heart knoweth its jWn bittitrnes s.V She had but recently left-her! -lather's house and removed to.the-pttr«on'agf',anji the parson (!) had gone to make s itje p.jsloritl vis« its. She mused upon the pa.it anil the present when her thoughts ii-suhied ajforin like the following : ' I cuiiiint say' that I am really happy in niy associations !ht tljis place.— 1 have been accustomed .to polite bnd refined swiety, niid oftehsigh unde'rjjn stfn-se of my loss. The manners of tiur society here seem rough„;and almost vulgar /jtheyi talk very well.upori religion ; but thens{we dotft expect to' be always talking about t|t:it.' The.elock aroused her ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

itilralfflffffl CHARLES F. RKAD AND H. B.<FBAZIKB, EDITORS , _ , ;' " * ' I, ,. ' ^ .1—^ MONTROSE, PA. \% ' Ttnmmj, Aagnst 30, 19*8. /J;?, . Correct ion.—In the list ofTownship Comtnitteesoftbe Republ'can party published by us last week, New Millord was accidentally omitted. The mistake is rectified this week. '¦"--?-' *• jg^To call the meeting last Monday evening at the Old Court House,» Free Soil meeting, would be a misnomer. R.B. Little, Esq'., recently known as a leading abolitionist in this county, declared that. Know-Nothingism was to be the only issue in this Fail's campaign. So we have discovered what party it is that is in favor of igaoring the Slavery question, and. leading the minds of the people off from the real issue.—« Mr. McCollum assured his hearers that old party issues were not dead, and referred exultingly to the recent Democratic triumphs at the South as showing that his party still lives—and we suppose that''it is Free Soil. Bela Jones, Esq., alt...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

Freedom in Kansas- '-';*! . : '_ - - .-" - i , • • : i .n i_ i ^ that gang of criminals called the Kansas Legislature, have alr< ady d ri \en Freedom' out of the Territory, as far *ts tht ir legislatiorican doit* These men it must be remeirib|red are pets of Pierce's administration, some of them supported by government patronage, and it was at their demand; that. Governor Reeder was removed for beShg "a clog to legislation." The clog having been removed by the embodiment of modpni. Democracy, Franklin Pierce, thellegislatfyejmachirie goes ahead, and grinds out such lawtj as the follow ing:- -y ] , - • j -jij . . . Sec. 13. Ifanyfae person, by speaking or by writing, assert or maintain/ thai person have not the right to \hold sloped in this Territory, or" shall introduce into Kansas, print, publish; write, circulate, or ^buse to be introduced kto this Territory, ata^book, {paper, magazine, pamphlet,' or! areufar"' containing any denial <>f the rights of P...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

I Tu! Eepubliean State Convention- j The indications aret that this. Convention will be! largely attended. Tbo distinguished speakers who lire" to jbe p resent would of themselves be a {sufficient inducement to bring together a large; concourse, to say noth ing of the importance jpf the occasion; Tlje Pittsburg Gazette informs us. that Senator Chase of Ohio, and Hftiry Wilson of Massschusetts have promised to be there, and Senator W*de and Mr. (Biddings of Ohio are ex| pected. j Invitations have also been sent to Daniel Mace, of Indiana; Lewis D. Campbell, Thomas II. Ford] and others of Ohio \ David Wilmot, R. G,| White, John C. Kunkl el, Thaddeos Stevens jand others; of Pa.; Wi H. Seward and B. 'F. jBiitler of N. Y.; Johtf P. Hale of New Hampshire, and Cassius Mi ClayofiKv/; .' ¦'-I " \] ! , Tlie Convention is |likely to {effect great good .in!the State; but all 'depends on th^ counsels that prevail ui it If it is made to serve as a means of dividing and distracting the ant...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

¦ For' the Republican. The Democratic Keetlne. The "great unterrfeedn havfc at last held their long looked for jCOnvention, that is, | if the concourse that filled—not uncomfortably full—the old Court House on {Monday evening last, could be called a Convention.of the oldMine Democratic party-^-biit in our opinion, if we except a feW of its proceedings, an unprejudiced person ,'would have pronounced it a second edition revised though not im-;proved—of the Republican Convention that {met one week previous; and to prove our assertion we shall give a synopsis of its prbcejedings. • >; j {The Convention wis organized by the election of Bela Jones E^q., Chairman, and A.J. Gerritson and O. Si Beebe, Secretaries.— Mr. Jones, on teking' the Chair, favored the Convention with a brief, pointed address in which he gave an outline of the struggle now being waged between; the hosts of Liberty aiid Despotism in all quarters of the world, and closed his remarks by observing that he f...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

EepnbUeah Meeting in Phfladelphia--tAFo 1 )¦ ".¦) sionContemplated. " . ,;/; A meeting of citizens favorable to the organization bf a RlepublicapjParty,- for Philadelphia county,, was held ht Clarkson Hall, on Tuesday e*enirig;^lst ..iriitJ,- The Chair was takierijby ^j[r. Chiis. C. JAckson, and Mr. Jos. M. Truman, elected as SJEcfctary. ; Mr. Wjlliam! B. Tholmas said, as! there were a number of strangers in the room, he would state that the object pf the D^inocratic Lejigiie ivas. to prevent ihe further spread of slavery, jand labiiring to'place the Federal Goyernment on the side of; freedom, instead of prostituting it to slavery. He hoped all those present- wpuld'participate in the proceedings in viewjof a moWj extensive organization, and that they would, speak freely their opinions. Ho moved that all have this privilege of vojing on nil questions brought before themi' "' | | -M- • . j. Agreed to. • ! , i'l The Chair stated that tails had been issued to eli^t delegates to ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

8AS The Legislature of ibis. Territory, has passed an net admitting the Shawnee Indians to the rights of citizenship. They are all slaveholders. A correipo ident of the St. Louis Republican*says that be session is drawing to a close, and that tl c Legislature is doing up its business fiist A railway ,from Leavenworth to. Lecompto i has been incorporated. The various acts >f the Legishituae have entirely disfranchised. I he free State^settlers; ¦one of i these gives to the county courts the election officers. The county courts are all pro-slavery. ' Another act allows any man to vote without regard to residence, oh the payment of a dollar an i the taking of certain oaths. This adriiits a11 Missouri, or, in fact, people from any wher 2 else... But the various enactments respec ing sjavery make felons of all the free State riien, and thus deprive them of the rights of citizenship. The oaths required of them are.to support the Kansas bill and enfor;e the fugitive slave law,...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

The County Convention. Ihe Democratic County Convention which meets at this place on Tuesday evening, Sep. tember 4th; will assemble; under circumstances widely different from previous occasions, and demanding at thehanjds of the assembled delegates an unusual degree of discretion and; judgment. The power of such assemblages to control the action of the voters has passed away, and they will be useful only so far as they truly and faithfully represent public sentiment. We may get together as -usual in "the Court House, place in nomination a foil ticket; hurrah as we please about "regular nominations," invoke tot our utmost party names and party organization, and yet, if the candidates are not acceptable to the voters, not a dozen will support the ticket because the forms of a notniiiaticjn have been gone through with./ ' / v A new subject of consideration will come -before the Convention. : We. allude to the proposition made by! the Whig County Committee, viz: "¦'An union of No...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

. Free Soil Convention in Kama*- ' ' St.Louis, Aug. 23. / The Free Soilers of Kansas held. a. mass meeting at Lawrence on the. 14th inst. It was attended by six hundred persons,'- and resolutions were adopted denouncing the election held on the 13th of March last, as a great outrage, denying the legality of the Legislature, and pledging themselves to resist ita authority. They also recommend the election of delegates to a Convention, to form a State Constitution, witfi a view to an immediate. State organization, arid application to the next Congress'for admission into" the Union. A resolution of thanks to Gov, Reeder was'also adopted; In pursuauce of the resolutions, -a. State Convention is called, to meet at Big Springs on the 5th of September next, to form a Slate Constitution. The Convention i» to bo composed of five delegates from eacH representative districts Fall Elkctioks.—Elections have jet to. be held this year, we believe, hi twelve States. In most of them. Legisla...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

| ¦ Court FroeWdlnga, Angnst, 1SS0- FIRST mi. \t •• *• Commonwealth vs/Micbaej Calnan. j k» sault andrBartery. I^fcndant pleads goiltyj and is se)itcriced t^paV iJfin^ofTfive.djillan to the CommonwewthJ with c4stsj>f pwiseCn* 6on, and stand commijted; ti 11 ftbe sentence!-b complied with. ";!?"."- -^ '¦-•'' ]''"" .' ¦ "r |r.-' Commonwealth vs. jWiU' iairt M. Sherwood. Indictment for adultery and bastardy. True bill. Verdict guilty. iSentofjced tb pay a fine of one/dollar to thje Commonwealth, aiid the=cw|jHifi ^ w|ese«iti'on, to jundergo ^hree months' imprispriooent in the county jail; and the Courtborder that be pay to the Supervisorsr of Auburn township thofsum of thirty dollars, to indemnify said township for. the charges and expenses incurred in the support of Harriet "Bennett and Iter child, and further order that ho pay to Milton Harris in trust for Harriet Bennett and for the support of her said child, the sum of seventy-five cents per week from the present time ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

.:r . ^ .t , For tHr JUimblican. i i. ' •'- Ens. RxPUBLicxk >—I attended the Convention held in Montrose on Monday evening, and was much surprised at the tone bf the speeches. The great {effort seemed to; be to show the vast superiority of our fbreigh born population over Americans born. The spirit of patriotism secm(jd]t<i have no existence in. the hearts of the speakers. The comparisons they drew were certain! v not favorable to our Republican institutions. If the institutions of the monarchies of Europe, are so ¦ t j i . * i i much more favorable,to human devjelopement than ours that even their most ignorant and debased serfs, on being transplanted into this country, at oijce show thejnriselves models of intelligence, purity, and patrjbtisiri, more obedient to tie laws, and better! qualified for law-makers; than native born; citizens, we had better change «iur government into a monarchy at once; j If !a large- portion jpf the most intelligent and virtuous of...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

ITEM& —The Burlington Free Press says the Know Nothing Council of Vermont adjourned without nominating a State ticket The contrary h«d been asserted. —The news fipem the Mormon country is that the third crop of grain has been destroyed, and the prospects of. famine are imminent- - -aW^^R . —The Tribune has a telegraphic'despatch (torn Washington, stating that the; policy! of the government respecting the acquisition of Cubs remains unchanged, although itls' well. known to the administrationtba^|tfjfcis now hostile to. the cessionTjrtSKHjj. \ —A little girl fell inbaufcaayelT""itrLafesingburg, a day or two since. A man, who was standing by, was implored, by the mother to rescue her child, but refused'on the plea that it would spoil his clothes. The girl was sav. j. ed through the heroism of a little barefooted school'bey.—Troy Times. —A letter was presented to Hie Court, Aug. 24, by the physirian of Passmore Will, iamson, Dr. jWilson) asking that Mr.-Will: iiunsbii&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

gi^y Important Mexico-Abdication <*y . Of Santa Anna. NewOrlkass, Aug. 25,1855. Tlie steamer Orizaba has arrived here " with dates front Vera Gruz to the 22d inst. Santa Aniia left the City of Mexico on the &tkinst. with an escort of 2,500 men and signed his abdication at Perote, He embarked on the 17th at Vera Cruz for Havana. ' Two days after he left Mexico 700 or 800 of hi* escort revolted, killing one or tWo of their officers. They, then joined the insurgents. ' __ •' v - The Alvarez platform has been adopted. General Carrie is Provisional Presid^H of Mexico, and La Vega Oimmanderrin-Chief of the army. All the State prisoners - bad { liberated.- " i A mob had gutted a large number of hous es, including that of Santa Anna's mother-inbw. - " - r ' Tli- appointment bf Senor Vidal as Minister to lift.United States (who comes a passenger in the Orizaba) is revoked. A fight occurred at Vera. Cruz between two'revolted battalions and a regiment that continue faith...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

The Presidential Succession. in is to error that Mr. Atchison is vet a cetnberof the Uuited Suites Senate.."'His erra expired last-March,\and Mr. Jesse D. (right, who filled the-chair of the Senate for ome time p'revionas to .the adjournment, is .'w the presiding officer of that bod v. Mr.-Iriglit would become the Acting President i the event of the .death of <Jen Pierce. it provisions of the law upon the subject of accession, are these-: The Constitution (Art. - Sec. 1) says that " in case of the removal t the President from office, or of his death. fc%nii<m, or inability to discharge the powfi asd duties of said .office, the same shall fcvoUv on lhe Vice-President; and the Confess may by k* provide for the case of imovaj. death, resignation, or inability, both rt«e Preadcnt and Vice-President, deelar-. ig "-hat offcer shall, then act as President, f ?1iI.? fficer sfw11 act accordingly,'until te disability be removed, or a President ull be elected.' This is all ...

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