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

. Attack on, a Steamship. \ The 'steamship!,St.ir of the West, ofhhe Nicanigua Ithe, jl'hejitrtfs Miner,' esq., commander, arrive-] At. quarantine on Saturday i»(ternoon,.xvith 320 passengers, and $100,000 in treasure mi freight, lireiujiht doxvn bvjthe, steamship Unole. Sj5nrn from ^5lln Francisco on ^he 5lb! ult., via Mnuzanilla to-San Juan !eiel Stir: j' j , j On Iter outxvar^ passage lo Punla Arqnas tho Star ofthe Wje.st cajled iu at Kingston! for ce>als, hringtng tbej umijiJ ihails ihi*r«friim,and j lvlt the feirmei- port fur N«xv.Yt»rk direct*, on jibe? morning ofthiSoth'ult. -' I . j The. Mcainliei.-it Ban Carlns with, the Ni' -xv-¦Yeirk paivsengers llv tliisisliip, on arriviiiglbe-' |fiin>, the fiirt ttt_t.iie| pmet.iem eif the r»"er iijiaii | J nan and lake Nieitriigna xvas eirek-rrd; tisjii-s'jiial, to come to. tiiiei while Ixitig s:i xvas fired [intii.xvith a thirty-i xvo pound s|M>t iVotn tin* " ifort—killing. iiistailtly ajlady and ohild, j&am...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 November 1855

j Veto f$bepsb»}e)rf$. ¦ '¦ !' : sew dooDJs.'"-"""'"^ Fatjbion^ %Varr^n««dLTivo Months. ALSO, Cppcr Leather t. tidTiiiding?, Boots and iShoes, Hats and Caps,lGrocefie3audPi-oyi/ionH, and ej-crv thinjj cl^e' in niy ] inc. '• ¦ WANTED—Fur?. Pelw, Dried j Apples, Bcesw/ut and Produce at the Red Flat' Store*. - 'r - HENRY McKINNEY. GreatJBend Depo;, Na>. 8, 855. ¦ 41 w 10 _, \ NOTICE. ! : rl H3E copartnership heretiifore existing under the J- name of Wickhain 4 HosforiUU this day diisoJued by,inofuaI consent. ]rf<e notes and accounts arc injthe'bandB of A. Wiclbara for i»nn<diate collection. . A. WICKUAM. „.; ' ]" j,J. HOSFORD. F-riendsvilIe, Oct. 13, 1855 j . .-'. .. .. '• P. $. The subscriber wodld sax^ to the public that he ha* jant received « rrerierall (i8«irtnjent of Fall aiid WinK* Goods, which he offljru for) sai» vrp tote for cash or produce. j. J. HOSFOKD: Friendsville, Nov. 3, 1S55J j- 4«wt» ! -wow uiisiou. * MEN'S Thick 5oot*--do, h^iry Kip do.—do....

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

1 PQSTKCR[RPT. '¦ I NEW Y0&K STATE ELECTION, j "e \Vc have a iarg,' titunbi.'1'and varit'tv Wf aitWitional.iu-ttirns i \>m the. inland counties in' -Addition ti> [Uo-it* gi.t-n iti (>w, first edition.-j—Tlnitigh in;! ceiK-'jijlivi*, xte 'nuisr say tIn]y xicar an uupreiiuisinjr |i,„ki .The'Iviuixv-Xulftitjig triuiiiph iii UirkimOr ip.ui.ity,—xxju-K' sjii'h tuxvns as-tiL-riiian Ffutsjnppi'ar to haveginitj; ox-cr lieielilv—jviii Mirprise evcrx one.-U <J>xvt'ge., Je.'fil-rs...ii, Wayne,,' Breie'xiiu, Clit'- iiiuiig, C>rango, Tt'ogji, Catinnliigns, appear t[«• have dime liisfly. \V'c ajipreheitd, howisver, trjat ihe-iiiiiiii:iiM* K'toxv-Nniliing plurality ijn t!je viti'-s I'unuoi be ixeirovmu-. Aimiliyr elaV' x»i^!l pn.ljiilily' reiiuivf all id.nibt.-— 2'he Ke' tc ¦ Tork Trilniue of'yov. ' ith. \ ' ;

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

MIlLINHRy AT NEW MILFORD PA. _ . [ Mrs. H, 1>. Ward "\!\rO^LD il'.ipectfully give notice to the. public 11 t£a£ she has again-resumed her business nt MiUineryjat New Milford, Pa. She has ari-angementi by which she will receive from Ne»w York the latest styles of Ladies! ' and Mines' Hats and Bonnets of eveiy description; and also to procure on short notice any article,of the kind that any pcrsejii might want. From such arrahgemeuts and from her past experi-. once, she, hopes to please all. who may favor her xvith their custxnn.. iAII kimls of re-trimming and repairing elone bu short notice. The publieare respectfully invited; to call and examine (or themselves. ,' .,-"' Tli.-inlifjil for; past favors, she reipectfullv solicits further patronajre. \H.D. WARD. New Milford, iOct., 1855. .' x a«>m(j This Way—Jf You Plcater. rPHE Sabscrib>r bej?! leave, to call' public attention I tobnci of th*} largest, most diversified, best selected and'-btst bo'urft Stvek of ...

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

¦ i ' i ¦—t—i———Hi i lite f^h) mf -^ fiireriJe. »x- ' . . . ]—: " From the Plough; thi Zoom, and the A nvil: C0UHTRYH01JS|S. Mr. Editor r—One* of the "most common features in tho housosjot the country is the xrant of taste, visible in all sections of tlie country'.. These dwellings are most! vy the homes ofdiefarmer,L«wid8eolioxT little time is spent in itaprovingfiem and makinfl; them l.-ok-as a farmer'? home should. Most of >}u*m were placed dole to the highway with a door-yard perhaps iji front, of twelve by U-eaty'feet, fenced off from each corner of Ute house and running to the street knee.— H<?nce this yard comprised all thex "grounds" the house had, and sometimes even this was wanting, as in raa,ny ojwes these houses were ««t directly on tha street. At the present time a Httle.mpre Usle may be shown in the buildings'ot1 heijjises tjhan formerly. But in the situation of the farmer's house and tin*. grottnds around, very little, if any improvements have ta...

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

Hints for| the Parmer- ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ¦ { : - .: ¦ . - . - - From the Gertitantoicn. Telegraph, Deht.—Avoid debt . -is you would a pest, house. The farmeij who is perpetually increasing hU liabilities will always be hampered :—be «ian nevi>r! exert,his energies to good advantage, andj oppressed by a sense of his helplessness, xviIE.rarely attempt to do so. It should oyer be an object xvith the farmer to ' live strictly witijiu h's means.' All that is required for the support, comfort and con-" venieneM* of his family, he should endeavor to produce from thej farm. With luxuries, properly so cal'ied, Be should have nothing to do, because'he is better off. and more happy without them. The simplicity of .primitive times afforded a most delightful picture ol rural life. All the j members of. the household'were then united and banded : together in pursuit of a coihiiipn object—happiness, and this they senigfit and obtained by the adoption of the mbst homely and rational means....

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

Change of Time. ELAWAIt E, LACKAWAKNA AND VTESTER "'''!.'" BAIX.UOAU. O ' X and after Monday^ May lib, 1855, the Mail Passenger Train; -vill depart from Scranton at 10 20 a. a. Due at Qrcat Bend at 1;20 r. u. C«»- ¦ nectini* witlMke Dunkirk Express West on the N. T. !&E It. R- Passengers taking this train will arm* in Dunkirk at 11:15 W i«., and in New York at 11:15 ; r. v. - • - ' i' Returning, will leave Great Bend at 4 r. «., duo ; at Scriinton at 6:45 r.jx. ' - The Freight Accommodation Train, fin passenger par attached, wiU leave Scranton at.lr. ¥.; _due at Great Bend at 6r. it., connecting with the ^ Mail Train West, arid the1 . Night Express Train East. Passengers taking this train arid the Night Express 'West will arrive in Dunkirk at 12 ui:. or by taking Mail Train West, will'.iurive at Dunkirk at 6:45 p.m. Returning," xvill leave Great Bend at 7 a. «. on arrix-al of Cincinnati Express-East, Doc at Scranton 1" 10 r. v. } • "passengers for Willicsbarrc, Pitts'on,...

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

A PEHHY SAVED \VOBTU TWO EARH£D. J WITTENBERG & BR0.L Montrose, Fa., take • this method of advisingjthcir Old friends and ensto aers and the public at large, thai they have just received and opened tho largeHt, prettiest and cheapest stjock of READY MADE CLOTHING ever bro't, tp this place, which they offer at a small advance from cost, hereby offering purchasers the rare opportunity of obtaining, goods at about two thirds tho usual price, ! ' ' I • . .. Alio a large assortment of-Pry' Goods, comprising for Bidics Wear, new styles Brocade, Stripe, Plaid, Plain! and changeable Silks, Delaines. Muslin, Dc B. age Berage delaines of new and elejgarit design)'. All the lates ,st* les of Ladies Dress, G^eids, Frew* Lawns, Prints and Ginghamr. A handsome assortment of Dtes* Trimmings, Emhroided Slcevesj Collars Cuffs, etc. Jaconet and Swiss Edgrngp and Iiisirtings.Gloves Mitsj Hosiery, Veils and Parasols, j Their assortment of Shawls i* very large, embracing every thing that is ri...

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

AYEk'S hlLS. i.SEW. and srnmilarly sucesessful remedy-for. the x\-curo of all Bullous diseases—Co.niveness,'Indiijcstion, Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fevers, Humors, Gout, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflammations, Hcidacfie, Pains in the Breast, Side;Birck and Limbs, Fi*!imle Complaints,. i4c. Ac. ' Indeed, yery few are e.be diseases iu which a Purgative Medicine is not more or less require*'], anel much sickness and suffering might he preveirted, if a harmless but effectual cathartic were morcjfreely use*d. No-person can feel well while a costive habit of body prcx-ails; besides, it soon generates serious and often fatal disease.'', xvhich might have li'ecii avoided by the timely and udicious use of a-gowl purgative. This is alike true of! Colds, Feverish symptoms, and Billions derangements. They alt tend to become or produce the deep seated and formidable distempers which load the hearses, all over the laud. Hence a reliable family phvsic is ofthe first importance to tho publi...

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

S EAOLE FOUiVDRY. AYBE, CENTLEY- ft PERKINS having pnrcbaged of Wilson &.Co. the Eagle Foundry, are now prepared to fill orders from the trade, and do work in their line with skill and despatch.' They will keep constantly on hand Flotrsj (best kinds,) 'Stitves, (all/ kinds,) Cultivators,. Straw Cutters, iCorn Shelters, etc. efce. <t<*. ¦' ; t\7e invite particular attention* to tlie Plows' which we manufacture. We manufacture and keep for sale -¦ -The CelebratedBlatchlryPlmc "SYe nave purchased the exclusive right to manufacture and sell in this conntv, Wavne, Wyoming, and .Bradford^S-fT'-RieA'a Patent Iron Beam Plow. - The Plow is made entirely .of iron, excepting the handles. It is celebrated for its easy diaught, boitig. eme-third easier than any now in-use", while its strength mid durability aire greater. •.'• irAGIIINERY • of all kinds manufactured and repaired by cx'pcricuc-' cd machinests. * ' Steam Engines, Gearing for jMills, Shingle Machines, ate. ...

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

^^md ^maf^^Si " BUSINESS CARPS.'.j . T. B.ibroiard,'M-''!>..'•' " „ - | PHTS1CTAN AN4D SURGEON, Jackson. Susquclfanna couuty.Pa. jRcsidcnce at the Portoilicc. B^ll ek Lamb,, CABINET MAKERS, have recently opcncdawjirc-*£ in New Milford, To., and xvrll keep constantly on hand all kinds orCabmct-warc; -also Readymade"Coffins. Funerals txttemded with or withot-t a hearse. Warc-rodni nearly opposite J, Dickei-man s Store.;" . :\l { ... i Kcxy Milford, May 15,1S55. . _ :__ J°~^ ~*' ~~"~ ilj& EJ Baldwin!, ' I ¦ \f ANUFACTURERS !OF SADDLES, HARNfeS, i?L Trunks, Wliips, .&e^f in the Basement of SeaHe t Hotel, Montrose, Pa. \ ; [_ Ci SL Bunmoas, . BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Shop first door cast of Odd FcHowb' Hall, Timipike st, Montrose. ~ fWySingleton CAN now be folinel at; iii? new stand on Owcgo st. two doors wcH of Searle's Hotel, where h{ effcetually repairs i'jvith idisrxiteh, Watches, CleA-ks, Jewclrv, Guns, and every description of Machinery. Whccf cutting; Giin and...

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

. | | | Trtcoppfabt Htnrt Kfrom. ] Don't be. forgetful, frieniip, one atid all— ' ' T j Aged or yoalthful, great'pr small^— j ' -•-'. * (If not too small,) :: Thst at OddjFellows' Hail Is the place to call, ;.-* |i ' To get voir faces done up talk " 1 , j|; "-W. B; PEAN3.' : - MonU-ose, August 15, 1855". r 4-= —\r r! '—\ C. H. BAMMVI*. WHOLESALE and retail dealer in i>iL Camphemt*. Fluid and Hall Lal"npil Girandoles, China and Flejwcr Vases, Crockery, Cliina, .and! Glass Ware. Plateefari'd Fancy Goods, alsojCiunphebe and Fluid at the lowest e*ash prices, at fis Boxx-£jir, New York ClTT.; •' . Sj - ,; 3$m*' ; Remorcd. . C. D. Yirgil Dentist has t*>ken rooms ovcrFi B. Chandlers' store, where it will be his pleasure lei! see J his friends as quie k-as possible. C D. VIRGIL. May 2,1855. "!•'-. '«.' Resident Dentist j Pateput Horse Rakes. FOR sale at th); Farmer's Exchange bv j ! . SX. LATHROP i Cp. June 20..' V. I . . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ '<. 1.1.. _ .L ._j-: ¦_+_¦ .__ j_ -s g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

Mary's Death. ¦ \ lfiet»'/^&£fM;. for the fndept»de*t Republican. -'"*.; . Ah, can it be.that^*^ dear '¦'"' Sleeps with theteilentdead? ' *"! And has she gone, forever gone,, ¦!¦'.-•¦ ¦ 1. Ah, has the spirit fled. ;...:•;••?'•..¦ J When yesterday her smiling fice '.7 "':" 4 \ Bcaim'n,:; with beauty rare, '' } '¦-¦"-'¦) Seemed like the blushlngi dewy rose, ui , As fresh, and bright, and fiurr. . ,; . ! Yes, she his left the scenesi ofihne, ': < Her face no more we see, • '-_; Her scat is vacant in the charch, • •'•:¦>--:•''. ¦ And evermore must be. ; ; 0 cruel death, by thy cold hand,.. -;'" . | Like a sweet and severed Bower, ..', Fdl our young (jneen of loveliness, - ; A victim of thy power. -; ¦ \ i Her bible and her pencil lie - |. Still in the study room, '-"'; ~ ¦ < ~'"; And ciad as in * mourning pall, 1. The paintings wear a gloom., I ll'ow lonely seems the long, long day, j Since she no more ia here; ¦--- ,! } Peep sorrow fills the sinki...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

jfeJcS %$ . ;§i(cfcte.';¦, - From a California MonOJy Magazine. A STEEPLE CHASE OH THE PRAIRIESTin-1 ret of June, 1849.' . Six- years ago J 1W stjranacr than" fir tion.it seems that on., ti is <h i}intiive.rsary.of thatevehtftil day, after ;rhvcrb;jiir,all the vicissitudes of experience,. after )i"kmg the t-ompass of life's stormy sea, and staking imnds with every extremity of i'J"aiie.||l >!wuld be stated at last ill tbis'qui-«i iittiel sanctum.; the hum of that" mighty <-'"'.v. wljicb was then the goal of our hopes, wn<Hi.l Jtic.'; the-wil'd freedoufof the iiiimi.tar tie pra|rje-, exchanged forthe confines i.f » a"'"^> ..'(pee; my snorting charger discarded for ihis|<ii<J art0. chair; Jhe badge of the pioneer m:| u-kle for1 a: more peaceful bat might' •-' «ea|.(,n.. this ''gray-goose quill." '"""; }cS -;| Six long years of stern experience,. "• •<>•• ¦¦<¦' ¦ j wanderings, of ever-changing, never-..vasiij t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

From China—American and English En-i I'gugements with Pirates.; i j The Washington Union of Saturday, has t^e following :; . . . " j ! Ad vices.have been received by the Secretary of trie- Navy from th-j East India s<piad-j r<jn, dated Hong Kong, August 8, 1855.—| An engagement had taken place on the 4th of August between divisions of boats froinj tile United. States steam frigate. Powhatan, and her British. Majesty's stoam sloop Hat-. i/jfr, Commander William A. Fellows, and aj lairg'e fleet of piratical junks which had in-; f jl/ted t^e neighboring waters, and commit-! ted e.xteiisive depredations on commerce for; sonic time past The Powhatan's boatcxpe--djtion was in dommand of Senior Lieutenant! Rj. B. Pegram;; that.of the nattlcii was com-' manded by Commandbr William A. Fellows himself j The; fight was severe, and ended in a complete 'rout of the pirates. Captain Fellow! having engaged a large war junk with. his gig's] crewj and five musketeers, Lieut, j ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

; l' T'i MEMOEAiELE 9IE0E8! :f- - Thelire^ jof Bsv&S^t-ytm, ^^rahUijfe!;xme oPthe-greatest whlchhas ocoirr^lti1 the!an-T nalsiif njational'warfare.^"T^e^'naVe^KBcni siegek at which, probably, the aggregate loss of iify has been greater; such, for example, as the siege of Jerusalem, brTitnsi when,1 according to Josephus, the Je»-s~who to- spite of, intestine uaioos and the ravages " of famine, contemptuoualy-rejected all propositions for surrcnder-r-lost onemilliononehun-. dred thousand, and had one hundred thoiisand taken prisoners. :.- These,figures aret thought to be exaggerated, but^npt.-wilfullyi sjp, by, Josepjiuj.'who; is generally considered an/adihentic wriier,,but probably: originated! from} >the errors Jot s the4 copyists; of-ancient" MSS., wlii>se.. style; of rymresen.ting numbers' by letters renderedsiich iiiis*ak!s?;citroinJBty: prbbaole. ' ,Subseo,ueii.t..trust^ aa% .jiowcyor, cojicu.r.j.'.iti.',' believing that .thef number ".who.; perished...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

¦ ' .-' -—¦•; '¦' ¦ ..—" -:.--1 " -: f i Hurricane at Dovlestown. P* ! ; Oh Sunday last our toWii was visited by one j of thb highest winds knows in this vicinity for I some time. It arose just after.sunrise, aM byn Q o '^lock had become so fierce that old f4ncos twisted and tin roofs rattled considerably. In a short time the'greatag ricultural exhibition building began to weave, circles in the ail and rock1 to and fro lite a huge vessel on tlie.wa-; ter. ,:AHen o'clock the;wind haisp increased; as tbpstave in. the north .side of the west *ing,-.' one hundred feet long, and down it'ca«e with I a crash that was heard to some di'tance in the1 couniry., , In. a.ahort-time; the east .wjiigi ;one: hundred; feet long, began to show signs o|gi v.; iug up the ship; it reeled and rocked and jreel. ed in; the air like soincthing.cra'zy, and at last it,fell with a tremenduoaH;crash--a cloijd of dust and smoke risnig in triumph! over;', the ru'ms. The center wings on the north,|and sout...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

i ^vv».nvinuivc -1;l:--.THE;w|'i^<|^i» ^giM^ "'.'. n ,! ' ¦'. -: >- uU;; smoKe rusnmg up into • :*Mrfi «^pa^»-«nto^ «*«twtH«1rinigf|;5Jhen :tottpVHfamfmdidl reportUke^hjat of «pme; gtaht;drum^-andihen"ronieVthV shrill screamTof ¦¦$&mimitdescrftes'tt* 'fi'Ul%M^^<i?^^''^fr 1ocitr;;rncrea> jng rapidly avery instant tililt expires willtthe.pe^liar noise of 4" blast" just as it reaches ithe ground, t Atjeast it ^ ou^hi/- 'toL;,do:•|^.;/'fiat'to%y, 1 ¦ wktcned. the, shells ohe' aftbr" anbtSer, and only! two "out! of thteVshuret ^^^ "flight were beautifully accurate.. '< The Eusi'sian fusees, ari bad, but their grtilleryiften are not.,to be) wceUed!;whenjtheir priacUce, is undisturbed.^ ;'Jt'!wasinf«j^h^~ju^VaB''lbe' man of plejisire' Irf Lwretiui tiked to" see' Ihe sett^^ra^ewhenh^'waVBot *rii boardtshi p^-to see the shell droppbjg, and to see our active -little allies bcampentig away .to,their.eover, -and adjustin|.thepselvesto theclosest ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

t • -From Bizarre. | » ¦ ! NEY AND MACDONAI.D. • All readers of history knowtbult Napoleon's niarshiils were a btnly of men, who, as a.wholc, diffe ed from and towered above tbeniajority„of.othor tnen, in very muchtnesaino manlier, if not to thc same extent, as did Napolw.»n-himself. I ; In ikat, I have always esteemed it one of the most demonstrative proofs of the Eniperqr's peerless genius, that he- was able. to. select, out ofthc jumbk-d semi-chaotic aggregate, precisely those individuals who could best subserve the special purpose for which he required them. t To the kiudlicr, softer feelings, Napoleon rarely pave expression in wordsTthouch thoir access was plainly enough visiblp in his face. But to his approbation of heroic deeds; or his admiring sympathy with high qualities; ho d|d give verbal, though brief expression, followed usually, by some raore.tarigible and enduring lokeii of his good-will. JAn advance iii.military rank, or tlie cross of the Legion of I|onor, or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

Kri«hiM Eailrt^ Aeddflnt^0^ of ; " :.^V>'./,--;il^pr«fer.-l*lTO !lO^.!!.;;-.,v;,*'-v-- !;; !S^]wpi^ipynS7T-Tb©, ieicursipp ,traif of eleven cars which deft here y^^id'iyi^ ieel *b[rate the opening of the P^cifi^RatbMadl to !Jefierson City^Rjet wjtb.a most frigbtfui 4fe\t. •dentatthftG^nada riverfc 100iip.Ue»c)W«>fe iof Jh»icity, v A* $>* trah>iwrts,oro«aih^, abe | brWgf}fellr"pj^cipitatii»g teu4>i the «araJ.^Ub to;ib^j;asseng«r#,pe>»rly thirty feet; into the ¦riy^r.;>,Thero wore apwardabf^cb^ndred i»ej|«nf onU|»",.tMt«i4 incluiii^tnanyjw-our J^'f^^l--^jiyt'^i0^^!^M^»^^ iaj;Vttled j aiad f^b^^w^n^jto;? ^ wounded^, rThs^;^ eer of the road, was Wiled, .^l^eWwcj-e few, if any-strangers, on tho train, " '

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