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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

CAYOT, BENTLBT &;PERKINS having vbti) O odof Wilsou 4 Co, the Eagle Fonndrv, & prepared to fill orders from the tt»de, and .do Worfc?. iheur hne.with skul and despatch. Thev will t onstantly on hiM-Pfotes, (best kinds,) * ®*,., f,? *inds;) Cultivators, Strait Ciiiters, Corn Shjir" ie. d-e. die. -- '- . *> We inrite particular attention to the Plow »v:, ^.we mahufketure. We manufactnre and keen fn. "''¦' The .Celebrated Blatehley Plov. w' We have purchased the exclusive rieht to n",r t ture and sell 5n this county, Wavne, Wvorr'i^r; -Bradford, 1^-Rich't Patent Iron Beam Plo,"e i"' mSEZS** *?? «/,>o,i,.«cepting tbehsJZ. ZZVSX?'*ta*ife e«.T draught, - beins- 6Bc.,iV, SytS %l™ in .^ -vbik4s Strength ^ nf 11 v 1 "' ^HIJ'ERY Among the Stoves which we tniumfc^,,M Keystone CrtKngStO^RoughaTdn^^ est Queen do., Premium do.; and other kiw},''-,'. ranged for burning wood or coal. Also <•>'¦ /'¦ '" tator, Parlor Stove,'Cottage Parlor do \:,:n:' two ....

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

THE INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN. rcoLt ;niai evkkv tiicbsoat uormso, at uoxtrose, t PA..,- AT JlSjOO PER AX.VCJf, I'S-iDVASCE. . j Ilatcs of AdvertiMuc. One sjquarc (If. lines or less) one iweck,.: . .?tl,60 One square |" ' twojwoeks; 0,75 Onc4quarc 3 " .. threeweeks, 1,00 One ijquare L "¦ onemonth,] 1,25 One Square . -j " two month;!, 2,125 One square . 1" three.montlis,..-. ..3,(10 Oncfquaro ^ " six" months, .^.5,00 Onejquare )""- one year, '...8,1X1 Fop two or niore squares, inse*rtj>d by the year, a deduction from the ahovc prices is made." Yearly advertisers will have the privilege of altering or ch'anging.their advcrtiseincnts without additional charge. Bdsiness cards, not exceeding five lines, inserted at $2,00 per annum. .; . j " Job Work. '• Tljis office is sapplied with a good assortment of Jobbing materials, and all kinds of Job W6rk,;such as Cards, Posters, Pamphlets, kc' ., will be done neatly and promptly. ; ' MEW JflLFORD, Shawl A Dresa Good* Emporium, Fob thk F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

:| ¦ '4 ^ -6o^eh" ^ FortktSqxM*"*- ¦ ¦ \ )|- Tbi ©jr irtmsaFtower. j I : nV t- r. t"l»ot, M. D. ' 1 icU«j «4in ***"* p*1*8 rf lho °<mn?ry'ta PcX4l«r«a ^arWu-ly, that there is a certain nW , rth«t Spring" up and Wosoma on Christmas Etc, at mi4"S'lt!but di4,PPcar8 tetote sunrise the following morning, j , ' '• ' . Christmas flower, golden flower, iThpu. hast sprung up In an hour, Through the hard and frozen earth, Come to jirovq a Saviour* birth ! . ¦ i ! ; * " ' fhtistnias flower, golden flower," Thiu dost ojrn a'magic power; . . S' ot like common flowers bound, jhy deep sno*s and~frozen ground. tluistmas flower, flair and bright, rhqu wilt neVcr see the light, Fori before the morning Sun | .. .--. jjanjaks the Ea?t, thy work is done. I'hnstmas. flower! tell us why . ¦ Thou .so soon dost fade and die?' t Fairy ftower|t Why not Istay , - Jill'is usTiertdin the day? ; ' ¦ Christmas flower, 1 will raise < ."Unto thee mv warmest lays; golden flowfer! thee I'll sing, W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

flaies and §k^ehe§. j|[from the Albany JEreninj Journal ] , ¦N ROMANCE IN 1HE POST OFFICE- . Mr iljol brook, the well-known Post Office speeia. {agent, has published a b<x>k froin whick|ve make the following extracts: rnEAijfilc the cleugv—ax ikoksious.trick. ". A | e»son of good standing in community, Who laifr claim not only to, a moral, but a re-Vigioul character, was visiting in a large town oa th|. Hudson river,-about midway between Xevv¥prk and Albany. This person owed a clergv'man. living in New Haven, Connecticut, ijhe sum of one hundred dollars; and one d|iy he called at the house of another ciergvma:i ofiiis acquaintance in,the town first li^entioned, and requested to be allowed the privilege of writing a letter to his clerical creditor,in which the,sum due that gentleniaii te to be inclosed. Writing materials were furnished, and he prepared the letter in the st|dy of bis obliging friend, and iu his prescnjjse. Milt he had finished writing it; he said t...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

A THAHKSGIVIHG DINNEK. i f'rvm " The Uldduflfedott Paperf? ' Elder Snilllc&i hawiig.preached the Thanksgiving sermon, was 'invited to dine with Mr. Magujre. EL.PKUJ; SNIFFLES VXDEIt PECCLIAB CIRCCMSTAN-\ '.' ' ' ' " CESa ; " ' . I ' Elder Sniffles, let me give.you jlnother piece pf the Turkey." .,j * l'f|i obleeged. to you, Mr. Maguire; you probably recollect that l remarked in my discoursei this morning, that individuals were too' prone to indulge in an excessive' indulgence I in creature comforts onj thanksgiving occasions. In, vjew of the lamentable fact that the: sin ,of gormandizing is carried to a sinful ^xcess on this day, I, as' a preacher of the (jdspel, deem it my duty to be unusually absterriiotTs on such occasions; ¦ nevertheless, considering the peculiar circitnistance* under whichjl nm placed this day, I think! 1 will w*aive iobjections, and take another small portion of the turkey.' ! ' That's right Elder; what part wiH you take now ?' ! f ' Wjcll I'm ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

DECLAfiATION OF IHDEPEDE5CE. j Many popular impressionsc. concerning 'lho Declaration of Independence' are derived . from Fourth j of July oratioi.s . i|nd. pictures, ; both of Which are as apt to mislead' as does the picture of' theFirst Prayer |h Congress.' ; Nine out ol teii "suppose thafl somewhere jjbOut noon on the fourth of July, 1716, Congress passed the vote affirming' the Colonies independent, and that the old bell-ringer in the steeple of; the State House, receiving" the intelligence of this event, was seixed with a sudden enthusiasm to swing thetSjld bell to ring out! the hews; to the people in such a loud, joyons manner, as put the quiet citizens of Philadelphia in a wonderful excitement. In fact, I once heard a [Xcry intelligent mcifiberiofa Presbyterian ;General Assembly, met in that city, work fills incident into a telling paragraph in his speech on slavery! Then there,\ras the signing of the Declaraiion, wc havet a picture of that too,, which teaches; us how...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

THE STRANGE CAT Matthew Maloney, better known by the boys at the mill as4 Father Mat,' on returning trom work one evening, was met at the gate by Biddy, his better half, in a high state of excitement; ¦ -' Mat,' says she, ' there's a strange cat in tihe cabiih' -.-'.._... ' Cast her out thin, an don't be botherin' me about the baste.* •¦".'••• ' 4Faix, an' I've bec strivin' to do that same for matther of tin nsinits past, but she's jist beyant tne rachc behint the big rid* chist in the corner. Will ye be afther hilpin' mc to dhrive her out?' S 4 To be sure 1 will. Bad luck to the consate she has.for my house; show her to mc Biddy, till I tache her the respict that's due a man in hw own house—;to be takm' possess ion without as muph as yer lave, the thafe o' the world!' Now Mat had a special antipathy to cats, and never would let pass an bpportutity to kill one. ••.. t This he resolved to do in the present case, and.he instantly formed a plan for the purpoise. Perceiving hut ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

What is the Crimea? Homer calls it the. lanbVpf-the Ltesbrygo- . nians,. who were giants and ate men's "flesh,, and from whom the Imuch enduring Ulysses escaped with some 'difficulty. The Crimea is also known to. tragedy as Tauris, and ithe custom of sacrificingjall strangers upon its altars, which then prevailed shows, that from the earliest, ages ryvas a dangerous place for ' •foreigners. ThenltTjwas called Cimiherla~ the lancVif darknessi To the sun-loving islanders ibfihe Egean, night and storm and eternal winter dWclt;bpyOnd that Euxine sea which only a few adventurous mariners dared * to penetrate.7 Cinimeria! there is a meaning in that name. It is only. Crimea in its full developement. It was one of the halts of the Caucasian in" their first western migration.^- The Tartars (Scythians they were then called)' drove them out, and on they went, these wandering Cimmerians. They called themselves: Cimbri when they arrived in Earope. A portion of them in Wales, w ^ lth fant...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

i ! THJE MAUDES OF a '•ci - i .• - | .'¦ j. sot an pok. It was some two or three months ago, ' | Iii this Know Xothing town of C, ¦' -JIi.it aiiiaiden I saw whom you may kno«—I Bitt you never will know from me, iinl this maiden she lived some fifteen miles - 1 From this beautiful town of C. -:L i .'--'-".-. : Jin.-i* in lore, an3 she was in love, 4 (.it )cnA shn was said to be) .1 Biitjshc lovcil with a double and twisted love lAifcllow romc'Tniles from C, - -,"-¦' \ \"nh .1 l.ore that I and tbe-,boys in town li Siipposed Was intended for roe. . - . I I- - ! , &' ""- '' --•¦:.. .tedjthis is the rea#on;;«orae"wet^ago, ._¦-•¦¦ < ' jin this dull old town^ofjCij \ _"¦., "^ '¦¦- '- ,-. Ttt.iuliis fclliow came into thisyillagejrobing {Toe m.iideji so worshipped by mo-—". •/ <>»ilv ncoiug and winning her away'from town, t.vlifl worst of all, from me*—Tf> shut her up in his new log-house ' • ' iSiiruu,fifteen miles from C. .11 '-:..'"¦ '-¦ . Tti.'i ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

Itje. j«>9e|^J6^epqbH^ C. F. READ i\ H. H.< FRAZTER, EDITORS. , iv," .* iY. MONTrjOSEj PA. m.'-i h-t>s *. gnmnteri fJeceraber a», 18SS. :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

. . ¦ - - i- ¦ The Breach Still Widening. The Sham. Democracy are evidently arr ranging their programme for the next Presi: dential contest!* It is perfectly evident, from what has now .become the settled policy of toe party, that its candidate will be placed on an extreme- pro-Slavery platform. Since the Nebraska pill Was introduced, *there has been no swerving oii the part of ;tbe leaders from the course, of pro-Slavery policy to which that measure so. pointedly committed them/; and recent indications "show that- the league between the Slavery interest and the Sham Democracy is to be maintained inviolate, and the party- candidate for the • Presidency is to be ^selected from- jsmbrig those willing to yield mpst tp the demands of the South. But who shall that candidate be ?—This-is a grave question, that has been come time under discussion.', Pierce is, by the knowing, ones, at oncej/4/f to be out of the question. Th j whole jgerie'ral - course/ of. his administration, frfira ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

IHew Pablicatipnj U..-/". Kale Wetlon,orTo Will and to Do: by Jennie De Witt, De Witt and 'Davenport, Publisher*, 160 Nassau st. New Fork. This is an interesting Temperance story, the scene of] which is laid in New York State. The characters arc well drawn, vari;ed, and distinct, and tap plot] is such as to preserve the interest! of the reader uhfltgging to the end. ¦ The inipral of the story is good, and we. can safely commend ft to. the perusal ofistpry readers. ".;; ',~ ' '-j '.-Tlit Hiintt' r* Feast I; or Conversation* Ar-* ound iKe Camp fire. By • Capu Maync Beid,AMhorof"t:h e Rife Rant/trs?LThe Scalp Hunters,' <t\c, De Wilt and Davenport Publishers, 11 GO Nassau st. New ¦ fork. •'¦' ¦ - I ' - --j '¦-,' This wojrk comprises a scries of! thrilling tales of .'hair bread tl | 'scapes' in the western wilds, toldiin the spirited style for Which its author is so well known. In this {book the reader will find bear, deer, elk, mPose, buffalo, wolf ind squirrel hunting adve...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

The South can''nnite to Defend Slavery. - [ The Raleigh Register gives a report ot a I speech by Hon.-John Kerr,latc \Vhig ineinber rtf Cpngress; at a Democratic mass meeting recently ; held in North Carolina, from which wc extract the following,,showing thut hoWevei wrongi sectional, and dangerous, it may be held for the freemen of thjs North o unite in support of the cause of freedom, ill parties at the South are a unit as regards su pporting the interests of slavery, and preparid to act together for that purpose i ' For hiniselfjha Was still a Whig on all of the old issues ; but those issuesi had eitliei b'ei-n. settled or had been abandoned by] his form jr i associates, and hew ones had been presenteil; i As against the; pestilent isms of the Know Nothings, and on'the great questions of slavery, the Constitution and the Uuibn, he wjas with the Democratic party ; he' was with that party because he was for his Country and for the perpetuation of the tinion according to the c...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

mamm^ mmmttsammBmBgsssm , HEWS AtiL ionoHs. ....Baker is. ttf be tried again fpifj.t§e ilgipry c»et|^iMf| T& are «ljOT,<|», #»feh %» xl&rc than jgiijice. ttlarje as the Mai ijji the.'cijr-:reai&dm^k>of"piesrl ^ \gl,,. ^#".i - .... Dr Kane's potfle-ifi relation to his last explorations in the Fjolar'acgipmi, is expected next month. It i* to be a five dollar book, and profusely iUustrated. - . - {. .;>.*. .George Law is said to.be carrying all before-hira in the elitc'tlon of Know Nothing Delegates from Kow. York I State i» the Presidential convention-to bo held at Jrhiladelphia the 22d of Fetj. f ' ;../.]T^.feSprJr^e.(^irftj|)f;-\lie sevorjth Judicial Djitiict of New York, has, decided thatjhe Prohibitory Liquor. Law of that ^tate is cpnstifutihnal, and ptosecutiotia'njidcr tlie taw wilt be' 'cbmmeiiced in Bocaentor immefnately'; ' l | : . ...Tberaisingl of .the pay of witnfts^es and jurors; we see, i» agitated throughout the State, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

Impolicy of Fuller's Course- Independent, the well known and able Wiishington correspondent of the Philadelphia Nprth- ;-4f7»ei*tc<)B#,jwho-wa3 b'i.Hiself in favor of Fuller for Speaker at the commence-, merit of the session, writes to that paper as follows^"-.,- i-'-:- ¦¦-.•' - --; ' '•_-„ ¦- :."'' '¦¦-¦ - • - ¦'' '";• • '-;¦.:- ••; ¦ ¦¦- : ¦ '• -*%' ¦ "¦ - . The South ^ will take no nun that does not square to its standard, and in voting now daily for Mr. Fuller^ they claim ojienly to have: had every cause of exception rciriovcd by his per.-onal comniitlals. Surely they* should concede this privilege of requiring assurance*, to tliiise on the otheriside of the linei. They have voted, it is, triie, tinder tbe'se alleged-obligations lor Fidler. but not a inun of them will vote when the tc.-ft triay cpjjie.cp prptfet the inainifacturiug.interest, of :I\jnnsylyiUii;y On. lho coiitmry, every man of Jtheih, 1 veiv to re. "to predict now; will. be fniiiid steadily. and zi'...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

¦ From Kansas. . We learn from Mr. Wiliets, who arrived in towti yesterday from Lawrence-,- K. J., ; which place he left on the 10th hist.,, that; • <ii)veriior Shannon had discharged his army i of Border Ruffians, who had returned to their • homes; and that peace and quiet once riiore. I reigned in Kansas- Tiie ruffians were very ! much exa>perated at the Governor when 1.1 hey ltsirned.tbat he had concluded -not to ; use them in ah attempt ts subdue the people | of Kansas to the vassalage of Missouri." They 'charged his Excellency, with "perfidy,7 and. j, threatened to visit him with their very partic-; ular .vengeance at some future titife.. The j ruffian .""army, 1,200 strong, while stationed \| at Franklin, made prisoners of all thai passcd that-way, either going to'or. coming froin ijawrcnce, aim as a rule, runm-a tticir j>nsoncrs of such articles of value as they happened tp'possess.' They stopped the United States. Mail, and made a.prisoner of the...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

TTpS^fi iMAE^TElV *" ~~~r~~- v -Q4jhjBt88flt of Notseteber, at SumrnersvuVby the Rtv. George B.. Reese, Mr. Lthasi James Holeo of Biiighamtoh; N. V., and LtiSia MaiiT, daughter of Ira Summers-Esq., of the fonncr place. ^In Ararat on the 13th inst^by the Rot. O. W. ^Norton, M r. Horacb Rarsks and Miss Sarah E. BUn.Tos,tK)thoruil)soptPtfi' ,0n Hi*Rth ,,lfi'..*>v the Rot. J. B. Hc'Crcary, », •J, -"1 ^ Jowsswii, i|fi"d Mi,s HtLKN Stitc, Daughter of C ' pa^ U vago'tj0,h of Franklin, Susquehanna >»!ln Hsrford, oa jheHath uwt-lij: Hie Eev. A. Mu-SSfeS^.^^ * ^ In Pike, Bradford Co.* Dec. taa, hv Rev Jam« Hodge, Mr. m*$ fm^%TsJ™2 Swekt, tormerljcof Cliflord, fensquebsuina Co Mipilnles. -,-.," The Slips in the, P»esbiicrian Chtiicb in Montrose will lie rented for th'^. V^af 1*56, On Monday Dec si' 1855,. at IJ o'clock, ^1-il^ ;"¦' -• ' ;_••.; Uledical Society. '. THE Utdieal Society of Susiraehanna Co., „||" : hold lu twentieth annual 'raeeting in Sew Kitford, onAVednesday, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

mu^BB^BBOBB^aiWB nBBmmmmmam Good Templars of Pennsylvania- . We obfervc, that the annual session >t«f the Grand iMgo ofl. Owof <* T. wai^d in the city ogErie^^*1^19th^d!|0ajv mst., and^largBiuf||>er o<«prosint||vfi8 ip attendttee. Mwpj»ssion | | sa^l'^lave Been ah^osua^ interestlt^and ^ p^KabW one. ¦ j ." The following is a list, of the officers for tb»enauiitg y¦a«,ia.v...,l.-. r^,. ^ <*~-^-oj..-«waw:-¦ 4 - ELKCTIVB. j Bev. Charles^erkins, Gr' W. C. templar, UradfordCo. . 1 ¦'4.-Lydia E. Wright, G.W. V. Templar, Potter^O. ..»-''. •;• . „ i t ' ' ' i,--]- ' ¦»',!" * JS. K Qhastfe G. W. Secfetory; ShsqileMaBruvC^,- - '-1-- ¦ - i- - - - '-•- •- ¦ !¦ J. L. Hoard, GVW. Treasurer, Tioga Co. - Appoisted. -j- ¦¦' -•;' Rev. L. L Rogers, G. W» Cliapjain, Tioga'^Co. ;. '-"':'-" ¦'¦""' -i " . ' '- S. Merwin Smith, G. W. Marshall, Erie Co.' "-: -'"' :'¦ - -= " -•-:-'-- "I" • ' ' . >. Lucy Snyder, G. W. D. Marshall Lycom-¦ ¦ ingCO.- . -'''.-' '. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

The law of Njawspapers. -•-'.'¦• ! ''!.' Subscribers who do'not give'express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. --.. ;ji '' > ¦ -',; *.,;,.-.' 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their newspapcra the publisher may continue to send them until alt arrearages are paid. 8. If snbscribe!rs negleci or refuse to take thcir newspspers from Ithe office «b which tbey*ttre directedji ftey «re held responsible until they have settled tbiU bills and ordered them discontinued. . 4. If subscribe'rs remove to other places without informing the publishers, fnd the newspapers are sent to the former direction tber are held responsibU. 6. The Conrtsihave decided that refusing to take newspapers from jthe office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for is evidence of fraud.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 December 1855

x~ ±®&< ^AITOEAM^ ; ' I'. - fs^r ihe ; Fnnorama of the f Invasion of Buff'M&tbe Allied Powers," wjll be ex. hibitcmhis^liursday) and Saturday evening-, at BIpjpnie-fHall. -

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