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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

. ',1 ...',' "¦ !'. mijna^waas^lsssisssasi BtJSIlk£SS CARDS. - ^ _p_— __ . _ j= __ T.3J. Orchard, SI- D-. PHYSICIAN 4XD SURGEON, JucksOn, Sasquehanna county, Pa. Residence at the Postoffice. ,. Hall & Lamb, CABINET MAitERS, have rocepllv opened a wareroom In NewjMilfbrd, Pa.,, and will keep constantly on hand all jcinds of Cabin>Mvare; nbo Readymade Coffins. Funerals attended with or without a hearse. Ware-rO^m nearly opposite J. E Ickernian's Store. . i : j . . \ New Milford, Mav 15, 1855. 20—ly Al & E. Baldwin, j MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, HARXESS, -Trunks, Whips, Ac, in the Basement of Scarlc'a Hotel, Montrose. Pa. ' C. H Simmons, BOOT ANTTSnOE MAKER. Shop first door cast of Odd Fellows' Hall, Turnpike at/, Monlrote. ~ .',;'¦ IwVSirigleton''[,¦ j' CAN now be fojind at bis new Stand on Owcgo st. two-doors w^St of Searle's Hotel,where.be effectually repairs (with dispatch. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Giias, anil every description of Machinery. Wheel cutting;...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

A PEIfnit SAVED WORTH TWO ' EARNED. ¦ 1 X WITTENBERG & BRO.,'Montrose,! Pa:, take • this mctbodof advising their old friends And customers and the public at large, that tliey] have just received and Opened the largest, prettiest and cheapest, stock of RE XpY MADE CLOTHING ''ever bro't to this place, Which they offer at a small adyanc from cost, thereby offering purchasers the rare Opportunity of obtaining; goods at about two thirds j the usual' price. -.-• :["[. - . • : - Also a Urge,assortment of Dry Goods, comprising for Ladies Wear, \ new styles Brocade, Stripe, Plaid, Plain a'ud changeable Silks', Delaines, Muslin, Do Bage Borage delaine* of new And elegant designs. All the latest st} ten of Ladies Dress Goods,. French Lawns, Prints and Ghighame. A handsome assortment of Dress Trimmings,; EmbroMcd Sleeves, CollArs Cuffs, clcl Jaconet arid Swiss Edgings and Insertirtgs,Glovcs Mite, Hosiery,[V^ilsand Parasols. i, . Their-assortment of ShawU is very .large, embracing ever...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

iMMatMasMaMawia^MM^^^g ,,^ DobTORi H ARBIS, HOMEOi* ATIIIST, G RADUATE and member [of tho Uuivl-riaty of Xew " York,, will be in Montrose on the 6th, 7th arid I 8th of each month, and may be, consulted at Hatch's ¦ Hotel, for'thrte days, tipoirall discasesr iiicldentalto the human syWm, viz: CONSUMPTION, «„,„. j chilis Innamalion of the LnrujpyThroat, Liver; Pleura,' Kidneys and Spleen, Dyspe-ptsiii^^/jiJi^Miioji,)' Liver] Complaint, RuEUMATisi, Scr<jfulaV ^ Eruptioris, Spinal, Complaints, Diseases .'of. the; eye Bind,'ear, NervOus: Weakness, Ap., Ac! Particular1 attention' giver! to the diseases of Females and 'Children. The varioui affections^ of tho Uterus radically, cured, •-¦'¦;; Dr.. Harris is well acquainted'with both Hbnieopathy arid Allopathy, having been in constant study and practice for the last twelve years, and having' first introduced Homeopathy into [BinghHiiiton.N. Y.,'in 1847. His plan of treatment is mild, safe and <rfic<ieioiis, and differe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

«»u6^[uehaniui County Fair andCat-,.','-'¦¦:,.! lle *how. The tbLo'wtug jiet-MMis have beeu appointed Judges ai the ensufng.i:''iUr.and CatUu Show, to take place on lie iJOiOctdfeullSSS. ,:-' . -, jlvd^et'onMttUf and Cotes—^Thomas P. PhiiwcT rt.ayid TVakcIee, Ip. ,h BblCsier. t -\ . .%y}' jcs on, Wirk' wy Oxen and ilte^Teii. best pair from city TbimjA/jj-^-Janjes Kasson, F.-Di-Holu«teT, • Biuis.jiistto,,;.' J ¦ -"-.,:.".:' " ' ;." .-. Jiulges oij Defy Ju'atched fitters and Pat CatiU, three, end ttto viirs o!d—rArad W^kelee, Garrv Law, & J.pir&r; ,*.4-,_-' -. -:....-' .¦"*. -"'.: .y 'A . I Judpeson Yvmg Stack, including Heifers, Yearlings 'and t'a/tTipRufus Smith, Stanly- TurreU, A4 inojStevens.,."'| . , ,' ".." " "- ;.'.'' : J-.tdrirs on Shiep—-Joel Tbrrell, Jno. S. Btrchard, WiUiam Miles. ,|. [".'.. ; - ':.::', ¦ J^tsroxyBxftif—-Hrhry Bailey, 2. G. BaWlock, ' •itiwsit 'sf*»,--'- :''" "" ¦'.. '¦ .. - \ „...-¦"" Judges on Hotits—WffiiamJC. Ward.'DaideiScarle, ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

Stearii!* and IUarVinrs Fire-Prodi r«-,T,t.. «' -, '.r(SaiP>.- ? ' • ri^HE. subscribers rrave-.made arrangements tofur--A tiish to. persons wliomAyoejnWaW.bftSen.tlia aboven'amed invalualjle Safes, at the same prices for' which they can-be Obtaliied at the manufaijtiirer's--Having, experienced the-benefit bf such an artiiciedu'. rmg thu.btu conflagration ourselves; we-WQiild'eanicstly recorrimend'to ofchcrs having yaluablebooks'stid ?*P*««.-'tho'pr<i««rvingof which would biibfirnmense importance to them, not to do without one. "'Itn»?T ™'& r,0,n *30 '° *J!0i>,'and"we" can exphla lie she ° *",hiB J5 ^ P^W.-tfio difference in rice wUh th,"-": *C'V "d."'*™** 'n^™ on short no' chaser ""^ arra«Pen'«nf to/suit jhc W Mmv'trose-h,, V BENTLEY A RlAD. i. .- Slontrpw.;,Dcc.enih« 10,-1864 . »«» Goods, • T !Ho«K Ac Rros.'aVe now>oi. • •'" .it . ply of Spring aud - Sura^S'^fffP' convinced of the advantage of htwl9','""1 ¦b*8 rieterinibed to sell goods fit s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

[-AYErRlMS. A NEW arid singblarly.successful rcmeilyfor Ihe J\. cureof all BilHoasdisco*s^-Castiveness, Indigcktion- . Jaundice, Diopsy, Rhe pnatisra, Fevers, Hurobrs, Gout, Nervousness, Inita >ility, Iurlammatiotis, Headache, Pains in tliejBreast, i- ide, Back and Limbs, Female Complaints, Ac. Ac. jlmlced, very few $rc the diseases iu.which : a Purgalive .Medicine is not more or less requirt4,;ririd muc'i sickness and suffering might bo prevailed, if a |i irniless. but effectual cathartic y.cre more |reely used 'No person can feel weO while a costive habit of body prevails; besides, it soon generates sej-ipus and, often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided by the timely And u'djeious use of a good purgative. This is alike trbo of. Colds, Feverish syrnp'toms^.-nd Billious derangements. They all tend to becoiii: or prudiice tho del-p seated and formidably distempers which load the hearses all over tnellaml. He: ice a re.liable family physic is of the-first importanc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

THE OLD, OLD HOME- - !* i — ".. foei'f 6otyei\ ""; When f fong for sainted memories, - Like afigil troops they come, . If I fold iby arms to ponder On the] old, old home r" The heari has many passages; * ; -, ' ' ' / Through which pure feelings roam, Uut its middle aisle is sacred,, To thoughts of old, old home. Where infancy was sheltered,' jj,ike rclse-buds from Ithe blast, Where boyhood's brief clyriunj, Injoydjusness was past; To that"skect.spot forever, As to feme hallowed dome, life's rMirrrm bends Ws vision ; 'TisM:|*1 ld,'<»ia$K>me." , ." A father eat how proudly By thai dear hearth-stone's rays, And" toldlhis children stories " . Of his early manhood's days, And one [soft eye was beaming, \ From child to child 'twould roam; . Thus a Mother counts her treasures In the (old, old home, ..-..-•' The birtlWay gifts and festivals, . v The blended vespct<riymn, (Some doar ones who arc. swelling it, / Are,with the Seraphim,^ The fondl " good nights " at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

;GoJFie?j>oif|Deii}6e Extract from a Private Letter from Syria. ir Ats Zehalta, Mount Lebanon, ) • j August 5, .1655. x'- S , My pear Brother: Your late kind letter was truly welcome; you will not know how welcome, until youj yourself shall receive letters ini Syria front your far off home.' f anti - now quietly settled .in my summer residerjea in the mountains. This moving buck |nd forth every year is a great inconvenience to,the missionaries, but there is no alicnu.tiye Tor those stationed on the sea coast.(the heat on the plain being, during the sumn|er months, almost insufferable. The Mf>et!j<e of moving is, however, small. In tran.-iUfting to this place such of my effects 'as wi-re necessary for the summer, I ernploy ed four men, four mules, and two donkeys, the whole expense amounting to ten dollars. The distance, moreover, from Beirut, is twenty-fivfe miles, all the way ascending, and over a road rougher and rockier than'you can form any xilcar co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

Jalcs anS Bfeeicbe? A. KtsaKT-aVSTZB. *« J»J.-• AB.A.GTIAJ {From the Correspondence of the X.'Y. Post.] !! SaS "JCAS DKL.NbRTK, Sept. 10. " Arncmg the various- eorhmemorations of Col. kinney's arrival in thjis country was a sermon preached la«t Sunday, by^ Rev. Bciij. Smith, a colored Methodist clergyman, formerl'v of New Orleans, w.ho combines, with his ecclesiastical function's, the office of a publican; His Boardinp-house, which is advertised? in the Ctntml American v% the ' elegant, spaci*1"* and well-ventilated Central Aroericiiu Hotel,' where 'every delicacy is' furnished irj its season.' is used, in the absence Of other Becfiinniodatious, as the church of his ministrations. On the occasion referred to, the rjfoin, which is provided with a fc\v chairs andian unpainted pine berch and table, and separated from the kitchen by a cotton cloth, or, technically speaking, a '.California' partiiirin, was crowded with seventy-five or more people. Ithadbeen given out- that Mr. S. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

THE fEOmSSORY NOTE. . i ¦ —L—r~ A German Baron, Von D , at preaent residing at Paris, w.as some few years since living in baronial ease at his castle of F——, situated in a Somewhat secluded, but romantic disttict of bfs native land. ' On the the score of;worldly possessions, Fortune hsid 'smiled most favorably on tho hero of our narrative: b^t, by Way of amends. Nature had been prdportionably inauspicious as regards his pehotial appearance, and the adornments of hiv outward man. In truth, the Baron Von D -^was the ugliest man that German; • had produced ror the last Century and a half, at least; so ^ ungainly,indeed, his appearance, that, with a full consciousness of his jaiferiority in this'respeet, he lived in a tnrkiiner seclnded from society, to mix in which"his rank and-station otherwise fully entitled him]. Like his storied prototype, Prince Ricqiiet willr-the Tuft, however; our Baron's rttdej exterior/iras but the husk that covered'a lender heart, sensitively alive to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

., ' pillage Aristocracy. Many are the follies and weaknesses of human nature. But mine are more contemptible than those acted out by the scrub aristocrats of our towns and villages. These are to be! fourid.in'airtbe relations of life. | A young man, whose father was a hard wot-king mechanic, either has a moderate fortune left him, orjhe, marries a few thousand dollars—and forthwith he puts on ain», and assu nesan importance perfectly disgusting to all who. are acquainted with the circumstances 6f his ' rise aria progress,' in tho world. Such young mki regard as beneath their dignity, the vocation of their parents and not mifreqirently avoid letting it be known that they sprang from such sources. We have met with some who have looked upon the vocations of an humble mechanic, as beneath the dignity ofa gentleman, forgetting riieanwhile that the iiint of the father attaches to the son! Pride of this kind-never finds a renting place, save iri a weak brain, and manifests itself in...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

IRELAND ;.. From the London Times Correspondent. „ Dcblis, Monday Morning. i TftE Irish is America.—The Roman Cath-Jolic Church in Ireland, through the voice of her clergy and in the columns of fhe press jdevoted to her interests, is just now straining every nerve to stay the tide of emigration to the United States, The Taum. Herald, which notoriously reflects the opinions jof Dr. M'Hule, is instructed to announce a jprogressive increase' in the counter-current jof home emigration, and alleges that not a Iweek passes without witnessing the return jof some few of the Celtic population. The i numbers, no doubt, are small, but great stress is laid on the influence they exert over tho minds of their friends by the dismal accounts they are said to furnish of the state of social and religious life in the Stites. The M'Halc-inspircd writer then proceeds in this strain :— •' Before many years elapse,;iinless the tone of American society becomes essentially altered, Irishmen who set ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

From the Forth -American. PASSM0RE WILLI AMS0H. i The communication wefprint below is a'sig-' nificant iridicatioxLof the spirit which is begin? ning to prevail iri Pennsylvania on the subject of Passmore Williamson's imprisonment.' It is not necessary for us to say that, so far as it seems, to imply that popular violence may be resorted to; we^ dissent entirely; bttt the very, fact that such a suggestion comes from such a quarter, shows how deep must be the feeling that prompted it. The. writer, who signs himself Pennsylvdnicus, is among the foremost men of this Commonwealth.— He has' been distingushed in politics, science and literature,;and now .in the. ripeness of matured-age enjoys the- respect and esteem" pf a community everywhere remarkable for its intelligence and integrity. He is, mor> over, and always has beenreminently conservative in his opinion's.. He was a Democrat: when Democracy was something more than a name. He has been a Whig from the time of Ciay o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

. . ! EVENING. Dr.- 0. Wendell Holmes lias thus clearly conjccturtd what a tailor, poetically given, might saj- of the twauUes that cluster about the closing day. •"Day U»ta put on his jacket, and around His burning bosom button'd.it with stars. Here willjl lay me on the velvet grass, ; That is like padding to earth's meagre ribs, ' And hold ||comtiiunion with the things about me. Ah me! how lovely is the golden braid . That binds the skirts*of-night's descending-robe! The thin leaves ouiveritig on-their'silkeu threads Do make ja music like to rustling satin; , As the light breezes smooth their dowriy nap. ii'- ' "' " - " ' -" Ha! what is this that rises to my touch, So like ajjcu-ihion? Can it be a.cabbage? ^ It'is! it «s that deeply' injured flower Which bjivs do flout us with; but yet I lore dice. Thou giant ro.«e, wrapped in greeo surtout." Doubtlesi in Eden thou didst blush as bright. As these thy puny brodiers; and thy breath Sweetened the fragrance of her spicy air; . B...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

I^ejpcuiden}! ^efiiibiie^. r- ' ' -,y ¦ ' '. ' '. .;-.- •HARLES F KKAD A5B H. Bi FRAZIER, KDIT0R9 j MONTROSE, PA.v . ¦,¦¦ >:; :*' ThniffidajyOdtobct' 18, 1855.

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

The Eesult in the County. By thejtable. we publish in another column,. it will' be seen that all tho Republican candi-,, dates' forj County offices in.tbis county ;are elected by respectable majorities. Probably we ought! to be satufied with the result, but we cannot help thinking how much better the Republicans might have done if they had tried. The fact is undeniable that our antag-. onists turned out to election much more generally thkn our men did. For example, in Dimockj the Hunkers, polled just 52, votes Fall, las j Spring, and this Fall, while our majority there is now but little over half as great as last Fall. In Harmony 23 -voles were allrthey could poll for Bigler, and this fall they:polled 19, our majority-there also being cul: down nearly one half by the sliniv ness of tliev Republican vote. In several of the TjowUhips it was much the same. The voters, however, arc there, and will be on i- -'.'.¦ ¦ ' . hand to help elect a Republican President 'next.year. Where th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

( The Eesult in the State- •Although we have the official returns from but jjfew-counties, .we. have-, sufficient news fromjjthe State to make'lt apparent- that\ Arnold SPlumer is elected Canal Commissioner by n |arge majority, and that the Sham Democracy will have control 6T"T>oth branchesof the Legislature. ' Various causes contributed I to produce this .to us unexpected result. The Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Harrisburg papers, and most others that we have seen from the middle and'Iower parts of the StijtcJ ^ attribute it mainly to the Liquor League, a secret oath-bound polj^feal organization, which has became very powerful, and whiclj used its whole power iu most sections to promote the success of the Democracy.— The Philadelphia Ledger says the League polled a very heavy vote there and succeeded in! -defeating every man' on the county ticket who took the- pledge to sustain the prcscw liquor law. Anhther cause of the defeat of the anti-NebraskiB forces, was thei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

'.! ¦Hon. George Darsie. - As, a Pittsburgh paper is said to contain a dcnialjhy'Mr. Darsie of any-one having been authorised to put^his name to the Gird published! ni our paper, it is .'proper to explain how it taiiie to'appear there. On. Monday, Oct. 1st. we received froni^Mr. Samuel F. Carmalt, then in ^Philadelphia,! a. letter enclosing a printed Card, having the;names of Messrs. Darsie, Thomas, and Cariiitilt attached, with a request from Mr. Carmijlt that we should not publish it before his return on Monday or Tuesday evening. As we intended to publish two issues of our paper that week, the paper was m type and partially printed when" Mr. Carmalt arrived, on "Tuesday evening.— He .then: narrated to us the proceedings of the Ilarrisburg Convention, stating that Mr. Darsie, Mr. iThomas. and himself acted together throughout, strongly opposing the withdrawal cifPiissmore Wjilliariisori. After the nomination df Mr. Nicholson, Messrs. Thomas I i and Curmalt—haying become sati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

| agrici|iiu^l. T", ; | • I SCS^UEUAXMA COCpiTV EAIB AITD CATTL^ SHOW. The Annual Fair and Cattle Show was held in Montrose on Thursday, October 11th, and in.lithe variety and extent of its display fir excelled any previously h.'ld by the Society, lij is, indeed, a Subject of congratulation with those who were tie first to establish this! Society that at: no t me has the Exhibitioriof any year fallen behind that of its predecessors, either in "the interest manifested by the citizens of the c'ountv arid their families, or in the display of farm froduct^. The fiddress was deliv]erei^ by A. Mi S]\in gler, of!"Philadelphia, this Kditor of the Proffressivi Farmer, and was »n eminently practical and useful production—- it the cunciuswn of whic^i the following resolution was offered Mill adopted : ' '- • Resolved, That the tliauk * of tin; Society be presented to Mr. Spanglcr for his excellent adSress, and- that ajcopy of it be solicited (or publication, and ihat-he be elected an h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 October 1855

i Latest fromPeansylyiBia^:.r ^;' The Is;. Y. Tribune of \V cdncWay say*- :— "So far is we can judge from the returns and repor ti 'yhich have reached lis from ninctenths of: the State, the...great pro-Slavery DcmoCritic victory is no; victory at all ^ so far as the:popular vote is.conccrnea. : Plurncr has some Ten Thousand plurality, but this votes cast jagainst him will probably outnumber those cast in bis favor."' ThcN is. a, rumor, here that a telegraphic despatch from Ilarrisburg says Nicholson is elected bvlOOO majority. ; Probably riot so.

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