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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 November 1855

suggestions for tne 1 araiers. Si ^_J ' ... [Fron the;!Germantown Telegraph.} Fki£kd Editor :—\Yith your permission,, T. -will oiler a few' more'stiggestions. . .Plcsvikg.—In plowing, see that' the work; is well done.' [Letthe furrow slice be fairly! turned that tbejdecoinposabieniattcrcoiitain-«d in the'roots!; may be perfectly inlr.inied, and secured fniim the wasting effects of the air. This is very 'important. If you apply dressing before breaking up too much c.ire cannot be exercised in accomplishing this ¦ work.as upon its efficiency will depend, in a great measure,;! the success of ihesubsequc-nt crop. N© baiilks should be passed over; ¦ what the phiw share leaves unturned, should be turned with the hoe, or hand, "Many plows perform this work imperfectly. In the first place they do not detiiCh't'he furrow slice at the proper angle, and then instead of fairly inverting it, they either stand it on the edge, or break-it into pieces. Implements of this character are wor...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 November 1855

KACil.E FOUNDRY. 1 SAYIffi/BBSTLEYfrPERKINS having purchu. edof Wilson 4 Co.: the Eagle Jouriary.^re no* i prep»red to fill orders from the trade, aiid do work in i their line with skill and despatch. They will keen < constantly on hahd PI me*, (b,e«t kindaj). Stones, (*» \ kiudi?,)1 Cultivators, Straw Cutters ^ Ciym Shelters I ' ite.ie.-ite:- "¦ ':'-. .. ....' ' ' ; We invite particular attention. to the Plows which l we manufacture:" Wc manufacture and ,keep for eala* _.'- The Celebrated BIqtehley Plow. f i we have porvhiiged the cxclosive right to numnftc- ' l nl if"?v"^L !n this county, Wayne, ^YyoBung nr.d •BiAdfordj.a5-AV/tv Patent Iron Beath.Plow.6 The '! sJZgz ':^ ^«^ ^4h -a 4 , .T,. 1 "-'M-VcUlN-fcRY of all kiiias manuEaclnrcd rmii -, • »j t. -. • ed machUieslK. .: ^r*P!U1'cd »>y iwpenmc^ Sttam lyighies. Gearing ,„M;u s/ .^ ^ ' .,|. chine*, dx. drv. •"' • j Among the'Stoves, which we wanu&Ma-o are tha> Aeyslond Cooking Stone, Rough, and Read...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

^¦Jfytft'e-ow?-- "¦¦ "¦¦ ^^J^^r^r^t^ forKov^nber-. f i; THE HAMPERS. -, ' j. ^-,.'0 !..Ju;i I')'(lie .s'ii'ro. b5" ,,le fll0rCi '- 'ir i'.,'„.'. '-fn-iUirf va« Jond nn3 the aea-gnll cried , , '.'"' ' -¦.' -ijVfceel to the rliytliM of its-roar, '- . \ '"5 Vv.^icra'i'o;! in the arms of tho tide. r.,.,,-, &._• ft-m-ekes sand, ¦ ' ¦. ''.:":v'.'n]; r ill" limitless blue, • •' ¦ -„ ¦ ' ." . ij!,. J^cnn-rhriifmi tlievjan d, I !1 •.-.""rjt'V.iii bi.-tily to manhood they gr'exv.. - . ,- '.,! :.i tiis.-v follow whore die plow -. " T . ,^. :('|u;J tin- field at the oxen's heels? . ,-.','¦ .Vp:,' ': j^i¦*>' .c::i'!«' frith'-n'sickly brow, m ".; ••;. ::!r.d iK'Oiiuter, to reckon up their deals ? - ?..j <h i!i>E;uth, but she frowns c-ri her child? J'-'-,' .'"•-.-.:..!! i» the Se,i,*an«kfce smiled as of old :. . ' ."•. - Ik' p.".il of the breakers xvhite and wild, ' Vr »,',. --. :' ¦¦' 'i !'"'•' land, with its 1)ftfd»; gc an'd gold! *'"J' 1.' ' '- :i ¦*•-* v.-'-,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

'; ¦cjc)i)i:i)FJme^iio»75. *- I'jT lh-Ji-'pahlUan. ^-. •• Ar.I God Said -let there be Light" ;.. . , .,::^u.s> eovercl all th'a earth, for ' ;•., Y'i. 'lhe >ky thtit-we" liehnld, each -.: 1'li.T >¦ •» ln-'suleonslv iibo've.-'a saph " .. ; ,.;,iiu;> willi 1:hius:i;iJa of-siiverv-,!,'::. -:..:f. was then 'all one ebon . pall, r. ; -s "a|i<l st.tvle. -«s,- ovefsliadowi'it^- th e f .V. 'v'i jlji-p sopuh-lir.-i! gl'i.-itn. Bjt"uir'w U-: :"'.fr ¦":. 'lijiy ol' tlto cr«a:ion was tibout to ['. ¦..:?. „i,.. K-. i:h"irs 'Xffiiing. ft -ne-v woij-Jcr k ! .'. ¦¦:|.i;r ;n the licnvens. As.vet nu ,, ., ¦-'jiv.ir eye vif any' c:irlh-bor» crt'ti-;."-.: v..;. t.&M-e. to vbiw the advent of this. ". '¦: -r tft ry of the skies. But' wc .may - .--¦ ¦ :.¦)'' ¦ ¦ .:i| i/tidit artgelio forms, a'ltircd by" ' .". ' "1 ...:ii';i i.f the new crfattort,. descended : ':¦..!¦!:;::¦ ^'.iveuly sbodev.and".hovered on 5' '¦ v.'ii •!'- aatid \\w ulwm, wailing to wit-:.t-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

STAETLrNQHAERATIYE OFCEIME. AJButdtrptitTrto—-Powerful' Memory>vf>'* •;-/-- -'•¦.' ¦.--¦" Murderer.: , --" • ¦-'¦-;/^> •; -PromtheS«nftaneiseoHerald,Ocfc-6. ' %: ;, Some: months ago, a large section of: th« interior country, embracing portions of tiijs counties of Calaveras, El Dorado and Placir, was the theatre 6f a; series of horrible and mysterit>iisi murders, attributed to Mexttan' banditti. In tnoit cases, the victim was * miner, kndwn toJiave been wQrkiDg"a!gold claim, and situated in a locality where, in caso of attack tjy robbers, ha-would h^ve Httle chaaco of Escape, 'and still less of assrstaiici from neighbors. - In several Instances tnan were murdered and. their- bodies burnedt;bn Ctke spot} and upon making saarch for. the missing, the only ground for. suspicion that "the party sought for had-beet i murdered,wa» in the\fa "et that bis tent or cabin bore traces of haviW been rifled and evident hasty departure of the occupant.. The officer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

iiligceiiakoMg t! § election? ¦ THE MASSACRE OF Sf. BARTHOLOMEW. " Tlie tyrannous and bloody set is done. The moKtorch dceid of [iiteous^massacre That everiyet this land vas guihy of." i " Ah-thcii-aiid tharc was hurrying to and fro, And pit lering tears and. trembling of distress.'' j' Two hundred and jeighty years, ago tO-uight, J (Augii-t 24. :lo75,) jbegah tlitit dreuufifl scene | styled in history, tite JIassacrcof St. Barlholi omtw.l' . | '.]'¦): • j ' That gre.at!event known nk " 1'eformation ".. ; commenced at the dawn of tpc Sixteenth l>n-I tury. 'Still.i ]ir«vioiu> lo^l ^ jtt period, iii the j year 000, we believe,-si setfiof people began ! to study th.':scriptures in jiheir'purity, and i worship Go $ in a manner different from that j .of the'Cathojic Church. - | Slowly, nrjder the darkest circmnstanccs,' j the Anti-Pafiiil creed arose |roiii the a larcliy Land ignorar&jp so preva!ent|n that early iige. >."It flh-kered like a faint, iiev^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

' What are the Sotuid Dues. >The Govcrmbnt of .the United States is engaged in a negotiation .'with Denmark, 'dative to the tribute- levied upon commerce passing thrtptigh the "Sound."- It is .attracting gi-e.it attention even in Eurbrte. ' The-last foreign [icxvs states' that Bfemm.ark has proposed a' Congress of Stations'-to settle the qilCStjOTl] ' j. ' .1 t As ihfae dues may possiply gix-e'rise 'o a serious dispute be.txveen the United'States and Dciiuiurk, it be. will interesting to. know wibat they are." 1 The "Sound" is a narrow straight laying betxveen the Island of Zeal ind| belonging to the Diraejs, and the Sxve Jish coast, and-gives? entrance to the Baltic Seii.-— Tlie fortress ofl Cronhtirg Castle eommiitids the paiwftgis anei exacts a payment from;, ,ali vessels, cjitering! tlie.'Baltie.; the ships of Denfij^rk. herjeif have to pass, asxvell as foreign ttftinage.'i ' j"'•; ''¦'.'' • ¦ ¦' Eiiglnbd, France;-Holland mid Sweden pay a-jduly of one'per centvcnovc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

SLAVEEY IN A FREE STATE. 1 To the EtlitoroftMmY- Tribune..• ,. . Sm: I have no-ambition to obtrude my personal history dn jthe attention.of your readers,.but as.my, name baa already,-without any desire on my part, been placed before the public,' I avail myself—rby advice of friends—of my brief sojourn in your city' to offer you such a statement offsets as may place me iri a right position before the public; and I hope the narrative may serve to illustrate the bearings of Slavery upon' the personal security o'f the citizens of free States, and upon the civil I and religious liberties of the American people.; j I am a native ol Kentucky and was educated there, butt tdrthe'hcmor of my parent^, . who were» not slaveholders, my education xvas wicb as to ineiTiieJ me against Slavery.-{- About.txventy;yea|rsi since 1 became a miiiisi-tor in the '.Cumberland Presbyterian church.' I Tliis ecclesiastical body is located at the Southj west, and its "men -here Jiave been, from the beginni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

1 1. CHARLES F. HEAD ASD H. H. FBAZIKB, EDITORS MONTROSE, PA. Thursday, afoTembcr 8> }*&*r -¦ —

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

PASSMORE WILLIAM80H EELEA8EDI - In jano£her column we give a report of the proceedings of the United States District Court, by which it will be seen that justice, although in this case remarkably tardy, has at length been done to an injured man, and Passmore Williamson released on the order of the same Judge at whose command he was imprisoned, r In reviewing the action of the Court, the Tribune says: ¦ : L ^ \ " If the incarceration of thi* innocent man, against all law and every shadow of-Jiistice, proves that even under a democratic system the private citizen is not secure against arbitrary! power and violent malice on the part of magistrates, his release equally demonstrates that under such a system the force ot public opinion is sure at last to right'the utmost wrong, and to humble the most bold and reck less contemner of justice and official duty. \ "On the 19th of July Passmore Williamson Was brought before Judge Knne by virtue of a writ of habeas corpus, commanding hi...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

jnSSIOHAEY C0HVEHTI0H. To the Editors of thdjJRepublican.—>T\M delightful exercises of the Missionary Convention held in our villageiciri Wednesday and Thursday of last week, deserve a passing notice in your newspaper, j 1 At 10 o'clock on Wednesday morning, under a clear sky and the [roost auspicious cir cumstances, the opening i exercises began at the Presbyterian Church."j Many distinguished'strangers had gathered from abroad, and ten i different Presbyteries'and Associations i [ " 1 j. j ; | werie represented by clergymen from them respectively.' ' '( ,. j The presence of the Rev. Dr. Cox from Owcgl ; Rev. Geo; W. Wood, See'y of the A. B.l C. F. M., formerly'a Missionary to Cbhstantineiple,"and.Rev. Joel Parker D. DJ, frorn jpexv York City; Rev. Samuel'Bonney.. a misiionarv1 of the-Board recently .returned from .China, with several distinguished clerjgymeu from NewiYork State-and many from our own immediate vicinity, promised to the assembly a rich intellectual ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

| . Mori) About the Fair. :\ji'- For the lUpublican. Mksshs. Editors—Being one of thi»; parties !particularly referred to in.youriasties of October j25th and November 1st, it" may-not be considered unfitting for me. to say a few words, not only, to prevent a inisapprchensiih of my own position in the matter, but to correct any-crroneo»s( impr&ssions which mjvy have been entertained in regard to my .brother artist; Mr. Hollis, whoso name isassoc&ted with my own. { . ¦ lam sorry that two such commendable vittues as "Justice" and "Truth/' should become thus openly aVrayed agairi' sf each oiher; and :l regret atill more that!'? Truth," [after calling upon '• Justice" to give his real name, should have entirely forgotten (or"intentionally neglected) to mention his owni-j-Thk, Mr. Truth, came xvith a~ decidedly lad grace,'and was hardly in keeping with he character you had assumed; .As to the main point and piincip]e_«m- bodied in the remarks of "Justice," ijdo n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

.-' '• The Fair, Ho. 2- - For tlu Independent Republican. .. -tJur hrst article, it seems, has arouse] :.r, slumbering -lions. - Ifwe had anytiw)gi,j:M '-anonymous" ceirpus.xve might fear to untied.'as if we had no friends. . We.'lmdiM sterest in the axx-arding ofthe [vrerniua-.j! exhibited .nothing on "Fair day" i,u: ,r faee. Henee the charge of "disapp.mi:»;s:: and spleen" is poiniless. By the eonimjr,.?> tions in answer to ours we find that "\r« *;( miserably ignorant ofthe design of tit? '$»% qehanna Giunty •Agriculturai.Socicty.'itil arc tixld that productions.frpm other!»C!i,l may be exhibited under certain resfoap copied nov doubt, from our Natbrr.s^t laws. Now with all due diffenmeej tua wiseiom of the Society we xvould respeii ly urge that.at' least, foreign articles x -d be allowed to compete with foreign _«&« and ^ domestic .productions with domfe;;i-There should be two classes of pramca one awarded to productions out of the cjj. ty, and the other t...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

1 , -zzz — r—_ wnfli) AGAIN t Otra call for wood has brought us a little enpugh to,last a few days, for which we are duly. thaiikful; but our woodpile still makes a poor show for the winter Weather that Is approaching. We hope those who inend Ito pay. us in wood, are not waiting for thi tjws to grow.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

ftctos of % Week. ! /- CASE OF PASSMORE WIIXIA1ISOH. HIS RELEASEHT THE COURT. From the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin of Satur-<foy- •. ... -' This morning Passmore Williamson appeared in the United States District Gourd accompanied by Messrs. Meredin, Gilpin and Hopper, his counsel, and offered the follow ing petition.; .. ' '-.'.' {- .' PETITION. iTnitcd States of America vs. Williamson„' District; Court of the United States, Easteri district of Pennsylvania! To the honorable the judges of the Districl Court of the.Uui'ted States jfor the Eastern vdistrictofPendsyhaiiia.' j The petition of Passmore WiHiamsOin re ¦ specUuliy showeth:. That he desires to purge, himself of the contempt bti-aiise of which he is now attached wd to that end n/willing to make answers to such mterrogatorie.i as may be!addressed tej hiih by the ciurt touching the matter heretofore! inquired of him by the writ of habeas corpus to him directed at the relation of Joha H. Wheeler. ! | , Wherefore...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

THE WAIL OSE WEEK tATER FROM EUROPE. The fortress of Kinburn resisted the allies by a very heavy fire up to the 17th on which day at noon the allies entered the place, j ' . Adyices from Marseilles state that great exertions were making to Complete the embarkation of a division of l6,000 men under General Laubet. The English hax% fqand in the Karabelnaya immense Russian stores of ammunition and clothing valued; at £70,000. ",'- Diiily news says that Gen. Eyre has been recommended by Gen. Simpson as his successor, but that Government will not accept Simpson's resignation. , " : The caValry affair at Eupatori,i ,.bricflv alluded to fyr telegraph in the last despatches, is thus described by Marshal Pelisier.s in a dispatch published in the Monitcur. '•A brilliant cavtifVy engagement took place on the 20th September at Kar2hal (five leagues tiorlh-east of Eupatoria,) in which the Russian cavalry| under! G«n. Korfl^ xvere completely defeated; The ntti »n In.iuguraies vcryi aiispi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

J MARRIED. ! i-Oii tlie 2Tth ult., liy Uev. Ti Tliomas, Sir. .TrnsoN S^onf. to Mrs. CATUAEtsi.R'.Sro. siE, nil (if JliiMletowii.i 'Also, liy the piano, o i the 3l^t, Mr. Peurv RiRrtsEtt to Miss Jclia (inKooRT, iill of Forest Lake, j tit Pike,'B.adforfl cmlnty, Ri., Sovetntirir 1st, Itj Uiv. Geo. }». HojiKins, -Mr-'MofeoAN- Bat.uwj.\- of Coicltf-tor. GapaJa "V»\;st, jaiid Mbs Sali.a Julu Sti? v^ns of the formei place:. i * j . ' , ^^ ]_ _' . ! ,.V- -'¦' MED-; ¦] in Warren, BraaforJ eonntv; Oct, 21st, GaLkb Gi Titer., iii tho "4th^rcar df hisii^e. I Jlr. Tine emigrated frpm X«'A Hatnpsliire about S(\ yeins ago to the place ol' his lute rcsidi-nci- then an uiijiroki'ti wiWernea?. Ue and; his compiuiRin now; lb jug, etidiircel. t. e hiirdpjip.-i ik-iJ,.-iit to a uew «it-j tlL-iuent. By iudiiitiy in d pt-rej-x-cfance ho managed to f.icara a ccini'pcti'iice, hesidt-.o l-.xvi:ig'a v.-ihaWc! properly to his children. :Mr.%ue'g ]io«pit.iMe mae-; sioji was ever open.to i!i<;',{&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

Sberifrs Sales. BY x-irtueof sundry leritt itsnei ont of the Court of Common Please of SiisqJ Co., and to me directed, I will expose to sale by ptujlic veDduei at the Court Ilouac in J/bntrose, on Salnrdav, the 17th day of November next, at ono p'cloejk r. "x., the foliowmg Real Estate, to wit:—All that certain pfece of land situate and being in the toWnship of Jackson in the county of Susquehanna, aj,d bounded as follows, to xrtt:—On the noruwawtlliy lands of Thomas Koms; on the south-cast byjandk of Moses B. Whe;aton; on the; south-west bv lands of Nathaniel Aldrich; and north west by lands ot "Alvah Roomls; icontain-Ing 52 acres more or less, with the appurtenances, one Board Shanty, one Bxrn Frame a!nd about two acres improved. Taken in execution at the suit eif Henry Burrctt vs. Riley Curtis * Ira Curtis. ALSO, All that certain piece Or parcel of land situate in the township of Lenox, in the county of Susquehanna, and bounded and described as fohoix-s, to wit:—On the North ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

J TO THE PUBLIC, fPHE sabwrrioer would tender hiathaplur for the X libera] patronage bestowed upon him thus far during the season, nnoVat the same time announce that he has just receivoej a new stock ot Goods, making his assortment very compMe in all it-i various brahejics, anel would say further Uiat for ready pav and on short time lo reliable, customens, hU gooei will be sold as low as thev can be bought at any other store in the county. Please call and examine. -J „ ¦¦' 8.S./XGALL8. . <Jioson, October 12, 1655. TN^dluSij^al^i y^ooda^ X Goods there still remains a quantity of Delaines, Poplins, ic. &c. of the old atock, to be sold at bargains,, without reference to cost; also, IPinter Bonnets, 1 (fool, Brocha, and several other tkinels of Shawls at low priced, for sale by "», 5, / SUGARS, compared with the markoTr«TCe7ou)l) found very low attire gtore of' S. S. T.' C OOKING, Parlor, and other kinds of Stoves- and Stove Pipe, for sale cheap as the cheapest by 1 - ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

¦ ¦¦;''. Great AUratetfoir y "OXJAH A STO*AJH." -"-. THE subscriber would again anmsoritja to his customers and the public generally *h%.he has re-^ ccived a large assortment of BOOTS Ami SHOES, which he intends selling for Ready P&fpviftiy per cent, cheaper than can be bought hlWsirjalket ,(the Genuine; Boot and Shoe Store eiowii lowtt or the Rare Chance for Bargains, up town, Mt.czceptei'.)--*'0uah Stoah" may be found the first door Etuf ef th«t Odd Fellows1 Hall, Tnmpike etreeti first floor. Although not quite so commodious as some "stoahs'.f yet It answers our purpose very well for the present! Nciuier can we promise our customers that our "e»i tabUshmcnt"-will not be ••surpassed* by any in thii country soon," but wq will promise o;er customers that we win sell-Boota and Shoes, to suit In qoality and price.." Our Stock-embraces a'general vaitety of new Md elegant styles of Ladies' and' Gentlemen's xrear,-among which are Ladies'Silk Fox Gaiters, Colored Gaiters, Enamele...

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