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

j A Bream-Pictnxe. BV T. WESTWOOB. • -: 1Jfy eifts make picture* irften, they are-tlttif.V ?|e lay asleep in the shadow iOf the branching palm, ;by the side - the noble river that rolls" for ever; . Its broad " abounding-'tide, r irough thc heart of Egypt's sands,, amid: ,. IJ|d tomb and temple mid pyramid. . . -. •;' : Sije slept in the palm-treeja shadow, " - jUnd over her riiouldsrsfiur,-;.. : Ls^e the sunset's glow on Alpine snow, ' |Lay the web of lier golden hair"; Afrd ever, as Cur and freely ':' _ jper bosom rose and fell, Fipm its white caress one wandering tress IBlole. forth, as if to tell; - '- Tl|.it a dearer sonnd than the river'*, .. ',-- jpr the wind's in the waving tree, \m ebb and flow, jdid^come and go, Tilerulse of that eager heart below, . |That throbbed so tenderly:. . Mp she lay asleep in the shadow pf the branching palm, but afar:: " II|r thought roved free, in its fantasy, . Beneath a.northern star. ¦"-' £§& ever a happy smilv would throw ' O'e...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

\rf-~--v -s- --.- -..- - ¦¦ •,-«fl«>»..-r*i->.-'-'*~-'fyS***- ""i'"'JC' '" •: j fodefteq Sfeft ^^qbli^ l^ OTAKL38 r. BEAD AM> H. fc-jwaffl* »g*»J, . -' ' ! ¦ ***• * f

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

^^l^^SBf^' NKBBA«a ltaw^T.~W census»owt the total population ot jbeNafrask^rajhto ry .t \ te-^S^;. ,J, ^^6pS ^#^Uf ^ : 'Set^-Imfa*^^ thefFlwinglfe CWM£W t'Ml # ^ mail, who cr,urted I# ^' ja^Ycr th« firn,' hat been mblctedTli fcajMMf damages for breach of promise. *' ¦ . j J! . Tire JoKcnds CakaL between Elmini and Towanda, is cotapletedj and j in! navigable order. When the North Branch Canal shall be completed; Which it| probably w|Il be next spring, there will be a regular communication between the finals of New j York jjud those of Pennsylyabw. . .j. • ... jtl .-"'..; ! ANew StIH—A new -star isflikply to : b*added to' khft Amerjcadev«MB|1!ation. — The legislature of M«*»g»»; has fpassed an act providing for the format on of a|pew State, or 'territory .bf Superior, i Michigan gives; .part, andVWif eionsin another to forth tbo now Commonweal n. .; | StAYK.EscLjpE.—Marion county! Virginia, located near the Pennsylvania line,!|which never had more than fifty elavas at anjy*ime,h...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

-^-.-r^y -^TvT-^ 4iXlTaaT'¦TjtMJtJII'l- "' i IIBIISwa Mwwr - Mr. and Mrs; L. V. H. jfiHgnff1 ^ at Bloomer T$\ fc tbi.Pl|e, jq^eaday r ;^S~ ^^^t%l^^y-3j£iMii<ii1 fnHhl a^S;arv %uc-Sna-1"^^?* #*J»^ xm^rM^^^^4^ i**- They recentty-iung in;Springfieid, Mass.| and the Republican,!a paper pot^ accustomed to laud concertirM^' uhlefiTibeydeserve « says of them •. j ; j .'.•/¦' j . HMr.-Crosbjl fc;a capital"-singer, andi possessing a native; vein of humor above ordinary performer^ 3s! always) enabled to make his entertainment interesting and enjoyable.!; As a composer of ballads, he is Winnings gofd-¦ •.ttfc'»pnl«teht'ifadW^'*w8«-*,, »•lt",alr t9',,,' .fingers is snapped up by publishers who are willing to pay ^ {handsome, copyright J He has recently performed at Chicopce, to ihouses literally crammed, and has recently returned from 4 five weeks' engagement ,at Washington, which was aceompanicdj with entire succcssJ' . ... :, i ; , ;-. i

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

&*&**T^ y^SEMm- ':" i ' "¦" *-'¦ We l*ve'dates from Portland to O^.b-r 11, and flomlCTescent City (Cal.) tojpt, IS. ".' -J^t, jCbj^taivWai^C ".K^fe. \Yitnke^#ibwin^f fr"#AWt'f|of; «#• areftdslted toMr. 0«lbpthr|Jbe Cresofi t CiM E&resa, #r the^.IWwinfrigarticu^rsbfrteopeblng-of an In8|an war in Rflgnc riverj valley. As to tho leading causes, of this outbreak, the massacre of the miners on,thkJDnpcr.Klamath,• j, obn.,Jattejr Mr t of July,! the murder ot several pacKers, teamsters, and travelers on the different routes hear (he Oregon boundary line, and more recently the killing of two wagoners and their i ox teams near Cottonwood by tho Indians ;j all these must still be fresh in the; recollection of bar feaders." The miliary* at Fort? Jjta»i O.Ti.JReatrtcd^o be powerless in cith' er restrainirig or punishing the ^ innrauders, and the troa^cd population wereal last compelled to rise fijr their own pnitectlon. Mr. Galbraith left Jacksonville oil luesday...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

wab -'.:'- . '"Jlffiuxt.ln K«o*w-.. - - - i -,-,< - Great ExcrrEiiEJrr at Dohh-han—the commesced.—jyVe take the following; from ThiSqitathr Sovereign extra:. ¦ . - u X We learn frbrri Mr. Newman of Dompnan that Samuel Gojlins of tliat place was killed this morning ajbout sunrise by Pat Lai ghbn^ As far as we Have been able to learn, the cir^ ciimstaiices are as follows;, Mr. IiaughUn recently made an exposition of the niidniglU organization existing among the Abolitionists in tho Territory call,ed the " Grand Encampment and Regiments of the Kansas Legion." Collins, it seems, was colonel of one ofjthe regiments and determined to force Mr. Laughlin to a retraction or kill him. In accordance with this determinatiim he and 'some; twelve brother Abolitionist's proceeded thjs mbrning, to seek out Mr. Laughihi, audi deniandod an unqualified re traction bf bis( recent 9>»nfession, and upon Mr. L's refusing fy make any confession whatever, Collins iriimediately snapped hi...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

Shipping of the World. The immense increase of the shipping of the U.S. furnishes one of the strongest and most satisfactory criteriotis of the magnitude of our comnierec.audtheunparalled prosperity of the cotinirv. It will doubtless surprise most of our! readers to1 learn, that djoth in number of viassels and tonnage, the L. S. are ahead of Grjat Britain. The following table shows the comparative strength jof the commercial marine of the principal liatiojis ot the world in lri54: -Vessels. Tonnage. United -States .40,500 5;661s416 j | ' " . - " '- -f- -A (\t\ti. „ ,uesi • • • • • • .•>"•"— ^ OtaoJO Fi-ance,... 1...,-.-..... .14.354 ifnUoO Spain,..... I, 7,986 " {379,421 ! Sardinia, Tuscany, Naples, j Sicily and Papal States,17,066 !546.Q2r Greece.'.., 1..' 3,970 ^atM^Sl Turkey,.. .1 2,220 182,000 Holland,.. i 2.090 ] 450,4(12 Hamburg..! - 397 ; 119,884 Bremen, . \\',...' 500 160.006 Prussia. ..\ 1,990 : 368,729 Denmark,.!. ' .'. 4,789 ! 208.190 Norway.!. ..., 852 ;36...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

ni is The Late Pacific Bsilrftad IrMjftiit -1 ¦-.-•.. .'¦• '.-.-¦ '¦ ¦ -1. 'A. l:J_^i?_i • . ? ^7^^^Stm^^m^^^t^,^im ~ -*7': ''¦ l The bridge across ino wtscona^p ;« |boufc*ine ^i»w! fbni Jhirnian£ «id abx«t fhirtfgjre | #^l#<|ff-. ,f?e bridgej| apdl«»c^|by a#inh|itk^nt thirty feetlBgh, prhieb termpfc^ afJfnassl«e stone a&tmeW^rty #W8 "W^he abutment, land just.iit«the edge{ «>f the river, another staunch stone pi?lt|r, three moic of which reach to the other side of the stream.support tbebridgei->3W«v«rtts.abont two hundred aiid fifty yards wide,!- end the bridge thirty feet high, at least.•;„ The pioneer locomotive had crossed /the strbcturie safely, and was waiting on the other jside to sec the result of our attempt; There was{ no fear of diinger,. and-ho apprehension" of peril. We slowly moved along the embankment, and came on to the bridge. Th^'h'comotive liad passed the first span, and l^ ad its furowheels. above the first pillar^bey|«id the a...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

A Third Bridge Gone on the Pacific Bail' L .-)• i road-• r , 1 : Fatality! see,ms to attend this road. Tlie terrible loss iif life and the large number of wounded by ihe {falling of the Gasconade bridge had! scarcely been reported to lhe;city before a train was;dispatched to the relief of thc sufforer.s. By; the earnest, energetic efforts of a^'W lirave liien who remain ed at the scene of disaser, the suffi;rers were relieved, and the dead were taken out from the wrtck of cars. Scarcely!, however, had the mournful procession bearing the mutilated bodies proceeded half way on its return, when on reaching the {bridge at Boeufftreek, amidst the darkness of night and the bori-ors attending ?uch a progress, when that also was swept away by the flood just as the uninjured: bad passed Novcr, and while the cars containing the wounded were in the act of going upon the frail structure. A wonderful Providence seemed to have protected the sufferers. {The tide carried everything before i...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

¦'¦''-:"'.' .".:." mAnTROSeVpA. - l .-;i , "- TiiMs4aT,{|Wbve«rt»«r 1» Mpf' rjosMOPottTAsi Art AssocuTio*.—An advertisement for the second year of this Association will be found in bur columns this week. The Association was first organized m June, 1854, aid the first-distribution toqk ^aceinJanua^ 1835 ^ at Which time it will he remembered- thatthe{ world-renown^ Greek Slave and several.-'-'hundred>altrab|> «bronte sWpe^ pamtings «^.v~were dtstriba* ted among the membeis.,\Vv 7. 7. ' , ! , I . > jar Havingfbeen informed by a resideujL. of Tbpeka, Kanjsas, ttat the editor of the ffoa-«u%eitmn,'njjFree State pap>r recently cs, tablished therej would like to exchange, with ns, we have accordingly, setat our paper for some time past {to the JWrinan, but haveTnever received a nW.ner of that paper. There has, however, l|een sent us from Leavenworth City, by sbme| unknown hand,,tbc J&tntat Herald, which ffficms to beedited by a "proslavery fanati...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

: ft,. TndfuTv War in frreeon. Major Hitler Surrounded by thr fudiani—Ode Tkoutand Men necessary Jot his relief—Several oj hi* Command Killed—Recnfb' rcemenls sent out. .. We take the ifollowiug from an extra of The PiorCland. Standard'of the 9th October : "The jjelle has jusi; arrived, and brings the startling news that the~troopsunder command of Major Ilaller have been surrounded b* tlW Indians at a point about tweptyfive miles.from the Dalles. Halier's p|»sition is upon a bill" with ravines and brjush aroujid him. His troops and animals hive been! without wa'er for. forty-eight hour.^.— The Indians are constantly firing npon tlrsm. He Was enabled to send a messenger through the rank? of the Indians in the. night, and he reached the Dalles Monday evening at ejght o'clock, i The steamer Wasco left immediate ly Jpr lllie •ctscnuo'i, uinl tl»c Bulls brought the fxpress to Vancouver forthwith. She arrived, thlre to-day about l\ye've o'clock.. Immediate^- «n the arrival of the ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

I^'ffWwMrA^iS^J ^';' , ik tntmivc apmmt 14U4mjhhukjuv vj inwyy . ' 1 have-learned from A sti^e whwh - leaves.. 10 doubt as u> the truth of the statement that Kimetime before the famous Col. Kinney left or Nicaragua he proposed to the Russian ninistcr, M. Stoeckl, to involve the United States in a difficulty with England about Cutis, Ore element of bis proposals was that ihe affair should be brought to bloodshed. — M. Stoeckl promptly and decisively refused Ihe offer. { ! ! . .'.".';-, . !. * Commodore Paulding, commander of the hotne 8quadmtit;K«che4 thUcity.to-day,baVf ing been telegraphed by the secretary of the navy to come forthwith. The 'commodore, in conwiaitd of ah augmented fleet, will soon be in the gulf, i aiid T»ill c&sely watch the English cruTsers;l': Secretary Davis is in high g)ee, produced by the news from Miss'wsipi. He has a dispatch froni Jackson, dated the 10th. announcing the ehtire success of the" Den»ocinacy.-i-Gov. McRea it reelected hy t...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

Boyal. Swindling. , , It has recently been stated that the Ming of Naples! was likely to embroil himself in a war-with {England. The King had committed one of these petty acts of moan swindling that a despot can lawfully practice. The whole plot is thus clearly developed : King Ferdinand of Naples, it appears, pr. dered a splendid set of carpets fnnh an Eng-; lish manbflicwirer, which were m tde to wizti,: and ornamented with the royal arms. The . "manufacturer .accompanied his giiods'to Na-1 pies, wldeh were refused, on the impcriir.eiit ground ttiat they were never ordered, although he produced tibe order hi writing. He" Was told to sell thwn, but -tliat was iuipossible, as they had; the j royat.orms on them. He was { coiiuiianilcd u» put them on board ship and ,{ export iJieiW.: H<> did ship them, and had m i{ pay expivrt duty.4-The-vessel-was then re fused-a-elearuiice, and the carpets were land, ed. Ha was then told to sell them by auction. A1 very tow bid...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

ITEMS, -^-In, Mississippi the Democracy are triumphant. —^Wisconsin the contest; is very close, between the Republicans and the Democrats. {—lli Maksiwhuselts the Kitow Nothings have carred the day. Tlie Republican party is next strongest in the stale. The National { Deiuocrals and Straight-out Whigs make but a'poor show. -; beaten $"i$'9&^J^^*XS?tJ!?}l & Softs are;new feeble factions, Democracy having ino^tiygont! south. -^It is said that six thousand Irishmen, aside from other latmrers, pert' lied in the construction, of the Panama Railrjoiid. — It is said that the French lost only one man iii their tittaek 011 the Malakoff before they took possession of thut work. —A Western editor says tliat many ofhis patrons would make good bor!ses—fbey hold, back so well; -;.' r ' ¦ —An article in the Dublin .'University Magazine suites that-the present war with Russiii costs England and her Allies a quarter of a iijilioii sterling per day. —A fire in hedwelling houseV&a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

BAvages of the Yellow Fever in Portsmouth- Recent letters from the acting Mayor of Norfolk and the sect.etary of the. r elief Committee, of that city.-say that of the four ministers pf the gospel who remained there during the pestilence, three have died, Christian heroes in the discharge of their duty tb their Divine Master. They are the Rev. T. Dev. lin, Roman Githblic; Rev. Mr. Chisolm, Episcopalian ; and the Rev. V. Eskridge, Metho dist I The Rev. Mr. Handy of the Presbyterian church, remained until siricken down by fever{, and after a protracted illness attempted to resunie'duty, but. was urged by his medical Attendant to leave. Of the eleven native physicians, four have died, two of them leaving^ large families perfectly destitute. Of thirteen physicians front abroad who came to the relief of the city, six died. About fortyfive {orphans, wholly without means, have been! taken in charge by the Relief Association.: There were about 1400 men employed in the Navy Yard, They...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

;; JTJ^TJST. : Drawn for Noycm'bcr Sessions, 1855. "'":; ir:«RASD JCROBS*; ¦-.¦¦* Alonzo Abel, Harfiird; Willafd Austin', Harmonyj,!!Lyman Becb^,:FfanUlin; Clark Burf, Springviile; !<Jhester Bliss;.Choeonut; Enons: B. Cojiley^ Bush ;' Ji Wv Carpcuter> Gibson; James Davi*,-Silver Lake;; Cliarles Foster ^ Montrose;, Charles French, Jackson j Ansel Gay, Auburn ;,George GcWtt;, Gibson; Jonatluin'Jelatt, Thomson ; Isaac Hancock, Rush; John Haiicock,Jessiip;* Daniel ?k'mtner, I^cnpx; John McGrath, Abolacon; Daniel Rob' eirtWin, Jessup; J..B. Stephens. Harmony ; Nathaniel Waller, Great litind ; F. M. Williams Montrose ;' Ed. Wybb, Bridgewater ; Harry Wilbur, Liberty; William Witter, Thomson... ,V„ .-'..¦••. TRAVERSE jrjROaS^-FIBST WEEK. -! f Elijah Ailanis, Auburn; J. B.!Bcaidsley,| do.; Harry: Barney, Apolacon; Griswold Bill, Gibson; Edward.tfurk,Chod.init; Obc diah Bailcv, Brooklyn ;!Roht W. Breed, do.^ Ashcr Burclicls!Herriek:;:;L<)reiiZo Beetlij Bridgewater; Ge...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

There will be donation tneai11 ,.\ ' ¦ Donatiou. . a given m -a. . .. Colored Church in Montrose, on !the aftcrncxin pi evening of the 23d inst, for the benefit of the Uu-f. John Anderson, pastor.of the said Church, ill friendly to the cause will please" donate according ro their ability. CnAai-ES HiitsioND, Pres:. ; Asbsew WasmsGios, Sec'y. ,'-'"

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

4 - DIED-! In. Tunkhannock, Pa., October 17th, 1355, Mutha A. Corkhi, daughter of Doct. K". P. and Aeeda Cornell of Jessup, in the 19tli year of her age-She was respected and beloved by all who knew b?i. Her prospects in life-"were highly flattering, and sit bad no spprehengion-that de;ith was-standing atib dooj. But she was taken rick with a fever- irt« terminated1: in death in a short ;tiiner But in Irf sickness she was convinced'that she could not Mover, and she appHed^toths Great;Physician of-iW' to heal and save her. And she; became reco=f5--i and1 rilling to die. She requested her father to. u& her home to be ¦ buried, and that Eld. D. Dim«i -should preach at her funeral, which: was.all comfM with.. And the season.was dreadfully selema, w interesting, arid especially 6> her relatives, who w« overwhelmed in grief. . Arid a >sry large assfm'.;? deeply sympathised with them, the parents parncs larly. . ^ - Weep not for your daughter, Weep not, X would ...

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

MHi{{nxiroUce.V IN pursuance of orders of the Adjutant Genera!.» .'me directed, notic* is hereby given to the Captains of the several Military Companies of Snsqi»A»- naetmnty, that tii^y are reipiiied to report to mettf names of all persons who liave done d ity in the companies, who are now. under, the,age of ¦forty-fit* years. .Said report to be" made as twin as posrfte The several Captains in the different townships «¦ please consult together, with their; rolls, and perftft their report. ASA SPICER< , . Brigade Inspector 1st B>ig.""Wth n'T-° ?; . Inspector's office, Harford, Nov. t, 18S5. *>V Look to your ..DeejuK All those who have had their;' Giadr-l>^( ^ ded by tne duriig the year past without ;j»yi"?u / Us and fees in advance as.law- requires, or tilling * get them and settle forthe same promjnly tince, «. requested to improve tna.opportunity of ih°- * ct,a3r l Court.weeks by. doing tlmt good deed ..ik.°-• '" State must havteher taxes bajdl thos...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 November 1855

. <r«- _L^v^uuwUaiBi'i Sale*.X.^.' ..-^v P^lfBTAN^lTdHTOS GuaHl iui W Mary ifc, A ,r Van^ .Boi^ntba wnTexpesetOPaUicSaJr, at' thjj HohfOoTlrY. ,W[hiic, ft the* tOsisMp of Rush, on paturdiy. thejl'th bf November iicxtat ^ pne p^clock P.. II. iji pursuance «f an order cf thet)rpban's Com* of¦; Susquehanna, ¦ Ciju'ntj, -.the t BjUmHi's- described "prc'mltej! tiiluafcd in the township of Bush, bounded oritlic | ortlt by liuids Lite of CV CarjnoR, on thc]cas» lty uupi* of John Ilradehriw. on. the south by"-land* ot \V. T. White ami' Rebecca White, and on" the west by lands of Alice Baker and C. C'aimalt, being one hundrpd' reds in . length and/orty-eight rods in breadth, .containing thirty acres a part of which-is improved. '¦ ¦ jVrnis niadekriown on the dav of Sale. ,. ' > "'. I PETER VAN1,HOUGHTON. .'..October 13.1853- . . ',;-¦ ¦ ¦. !; I Administrator's Sale-NOTICE is hereby givren, that in pursuance of an Order of thc Orphan's Court of Susquehanna County, there will...

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