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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

_J:i!SHli-:i -' • T. B. Orchard/ll. D-. • •¦'!( 13HYSICIANAND SU li.fi'''"N, Jnck»oiii Suscjuet j . hanna county, P*." Re.-idence at tho Postofficc. \ •-"HfiU & Lamb, Ci ABl.N'ET MAKERS, have recently opened a wnrc-¦ ; room in New Milford, Pa., . and -will keep constantly on hand all kinds of Cabinet-ware ; also Ready •«, made Collins. • Funerals ar.cnded with or without a j hearse. Wardroom nearly opposite J. Dickomnui'a i Store. ••"-'. i Nw Milford, Mhy lu.lfiS. 20—ly. j Keller & Stoddard. ! DEALgfiS IN* BOOTS. & SHOES, Leather & Find-1 loirs, on Mahie S.., Inil'door below Seailc'i Ho- ! tcl. ! Montro.-e, Jan. 1, lf.-.p. • f ; C.;H. "Jmiaons,"',' • " . \ BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Shop first door cisl j of Odd Follow s'.Hail, Tui noike st., -.Vo.vrr... '.-. j W. Sindet-on- j GlAN now be found al bis new stand on Owego st. i ' two doofs'weM of S. aile's -Hotfl, where he-./- | fccOial!;i- repairs, with dhyaielt, yftxlchte, Clock's, \ Jewelrv, fiu:is,.and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

\ -'g^v --- __ lj Evelynjfope. From Robert JJrotcmny'i X**> Pooh, "Men aid • ' r Wpmen.v. BcantifolEvelyit Hope is dead! ; Sit and watch by her side an hour.. That is Iter book-shelf; this her bed-; Phe plucked that piece of geranium .flower, Bcginmntr to die, too, in the glass. Little has yet been changed, I think , The shut :crs are shut, no light may pass, ¦ Save two long rays through the hinges' chinlc. v "I : ' - ; Sixteen rears old whenjJie diedl- . -; VertiapS she had scarcely heard my name-It ivas not her time to love;. beside, Uer life had rflauy a hope and aim,'# Duties enough, and little caress" .'/' And now was quiot, now astir,. ¦ Till God's hand beckoned unawares, ¦ ''.-' Aud the sweet white brow is-all of Iter. •-;'.; v Is it too lale, then, Evelyn Hope?—_£. Whrit I your soul was pnre and tnie, ; * ¦The cood stars met in your horoscope, . [ Jlade you of spirit, fire, and <K'W— . And just because I v.-as thrice as old, And our pathsin the world di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

I^Je§ 3od S^eici]C<s. | THE BLANK HOME. . . A Hew Year's Story. ~~ ¦ . ' ' ' ' ' . .BT^fR'-S.-LCCKE.y". - ¦ -- 'o 'Here, James,' said Mr. Urner, .'It is five o'cloek^and nobody will trouble us after this hour. 'Take this, my boy, and a happy New Year to yoti .ami your sister, and mother.— And, James, you/n'ced'nt tome. down at all to morrow. Don't "'thank rue. Is the shutter heavy ? Here let me help you;' and John Urner bustled about the shop, until everything was closed atid tarred; and after bidding James good-night, -with a pght heart the man of honest sonl wended his way to his Tittle home.- I His little home,!/ Yes, itfwas a little I home, but in the same manner, that «» flTe J j feeUen frame contained a heart large enough j to fill the universe and dispense, happiness ev- . erv where, the sou! of that little home was , his life, and more than the gaudiest palace to j him: . i What were the outside movements of the j world to him, save so far as that he heaved a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

The Newfoundland Dog's Vengeance ! r.Y OLD CUAY. - i was always loud of dogs. Goldsmith, in his tou-.'hijig and eloquent plea-tor the dog—wluTo/aillidiiig to a sort of mania for d«>g killing, which prevailed at the time.of which he speaks.! in c<«ii>i ipji-neo ofaiHinrcasonable apprehension 'of hydrophobia—r-says, among otiier fiue|thinss,'tli:ii the.dog is the on!y:auimal which.wiir'l,.nvu his own1 kind voluntarily, to tallow ui.in. v •" It is tnie, and the truth should bind man to be the UogV-pri-tector arid frieiitl. _ "* The-American brig Cecilia,CapuSymines, on one ofjher voyages, had t>n board a splendid ¦ s=pecijirien of the Newfoundland breed named Napoleon,, and'hi* magnificent size and proportions—his isitt !iigi?nt h> ad—broad white chej-i, wliite feet and while-tipped tail—the rest qf his glossy body being black, made him as btiautiful a> his peerlees namesake—who would, lio doubt, have been proud to possess him. ¦. ¦ Cap...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

A WHITE MOTKEH FOB SALE. Mr. C, a dry goods merchant of Boston, was' with me at the little city of M.,-where he went to.visit a partner in trade. He had not been in a Slave State before and was bitterly opposed to emancipation. Two tuerchants—Slaveholders—had bic.n iu our company on the way totlie city. Whenever Slavery was talked of, Mr," C. uniformly "concurred with them. The nest morning after we arrived, we saw a haudbilkin a bar-room, in which four female slaves svere advertised for sale. Stepping out into the rtreet we found those girls sitting on the sidewalk, At the further end of the row was a very beautiful, girl, apparently perfectly white, and neatly dressed. The moment Mr. C. discovered her, he exclaimed, " What do you think that whitegirl is sitting there with those.negroes for?'; " Lpf**-"" ""^^ '—"--i-^'-4««AJi_—r" That ain't be !" replied Mr. C. t'just look at her! Why I.never saw a.prettier girl in my life." ¦ ' ¦''.') Now, Mr\. C: had heard that likely &am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

Annie Laurie We give below the words of ".Annie Laurie, -now the most popular ballad in die British Cainp. It-was aung by the Second Battalion of the Rifle Brlgkde,-the nightprior to the attack on tho Great Redan.— A correspondent who was present on the occasion; writes: "Hundreds of voices; in the most exact time and harmony, sang together—" 'And for b«>nnio Armie Laurie, I'd lay me doune and dee.' "The effect was extraordinary; at least I felt it so. I never heard any chonis in an Oratorio- rendered with greater solemnity, j The heart of each singer wns evidently far over thelsea. It was more like a psalm than a ballad; for at such a time, on the eve of a great battle, a soldier only thinks of his love and his.God." - ; " Makwelton braes arp bonnie, ' . Where early fa's the dew, Aud it's there that Annie Laurio Gio'd me her promise true; Gio'd me her promise true; | Which ne'er forgot ;will bo ; And for bonnie Annie Laurie I'd lay me doune and dec. Her brow is like th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

BAD ENGLISH If the publication of grammarsand the Incessant- repetition- of grammatical' rules'in school could make a people acquainted with the language, they speak, we, the people of the United States, should be the-most grammatical of nation-:. But we are^ not. We speak villainousEiigli-h habitually,.and write worse. • We use too many words, and we use them ineUgantlyvand incorrectly—a fact m hicti we.atuibute to tho practice of compelling puiuls'to expressideas("in compositions") before they have any ideas to. express.— •VWords, words, words" said Hamlet, when Holoni'us asked him what hewas reading, and the remark is an ai:curato description, of a majority of modern books'. Our literature is lost in words t our his.tor'y is—a fotirth-of July oration in countless volumes. But this is-nothing.to our present pnipose.-Burgess & Co., of tlus city,"have published a little volume cajled '^Mistakes of Daily Occurrence in Speaking, Writing and Pronunciation, Corrected,", ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

%^:- ¦ ' awa^a.Tm^.:... t^t^ ?** ?* ^8° tWort lived oniba bank of, d ^f^^^feeag7an eccentric old " -,' y man p>.*9^m ti& MWfirtuneand *i^P^ih.i^-^^ .-j£^m^- ¦ / u^y.tJm».!t^^mmTaxa ^^^^t_: had a..syinpathy;;forr | J#ac<a»y<4i^c |^r - •-;•. aiid weronct dispofeejl to ^ fciseW,^,^ -,. .wliat erratic,^^conduct \fith much.^^porticuiitti^ Moreover, .whatever >lher^ajjir^ he.htidf- ' .^iOld. Bodge" was-V. tnaii; ]pJ0irij.tfe;^ There '. wa« it tlieory that he vould spmetinjas steal, -bill'he sooftied a lieC'',-".^Diis.^jis^distincttoii upon .4yhieh he &'!«?<• w||h ^ 50^hing like pride. '• ' ,, -i, v>;.*.:-j.-..-. .% ( ; .: ;;'-- ' ¦-.;. .-.< ¦ • j ^ ' 1 9nc summerVrajftarnoon1 ^therecaraty up ¦ '< . iipo"n the lazy tide, the old schootfer^hich:»fl<S ': -' then the chief «K»mmunicat|qrt ^iih the <", 4ct!rt)po;lis, ahd:ampng,the;cr^w)d^^ .-b^iys vvaiting her,^tirrl val pii. the shore, was ~. ourfriend...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

j- : '•.-';leap,'Year.,. ¦ ' . The recurrence of^ap year has caHetToi t many interesting reminiscences of'.the-privileges "of the ladies. Among other things of the Kind, it is mentioned that—- "By an ancient act of the good old Scottish Parliament, passed in the reign of Margarejt, about 1288, it was 'qrdanir/tbat; during ye reign of her maist bjessit Majestic, ilka mai'jleii ladee of baith high and low estait shall hae liberty to speak ye man she likes: gif he refuses to take he*; to bo his wife, he-shall be i^ulot in the sum pfK bondrity piindsorless, as his estate may be, except: and «!»¦*« $\f he can make it appear that he is betrothit to anither woman; then he shall be free.'" | Frohi the Sieur do Beauj Jan's "Dcscriptit|n of the Ukraine, including several provinces of thcXiiigdom of Poland,'? published at Rouen, in 1662, it appears thaf, at that period, the Gossack damsels also made proposal?.of-marriage,; M. Beauplau says: ':,. t, "Here, then, contiary.tb'the custom o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

"\6opgty$3^r. HROEOWS POSITION. . Remarks of Mr. Grow in (he House of Represcntatives, Jang. IS, 18a6. - Mr. Clerk, I have refrainecitfrom participation in the debates of tins Ilalbmt.l an orcanizatiou of the House should f?e effected, tod I do not how propose to say anything in reference to the legitimate legislation- of the country until the attainment of that result—But a-, to the responsibility for t\ic organization of this House which has bee:* raised here this morning, 1 propose to say a few words. Tho rosptufiiifeiiitv, sir, should rest on those who have produced th3 state of things we find in this Hall and tho country. It. is not a question of figures or votes, whether this or 4thatvTrian couldhave been elected by transferring t'wtes froni this or the other candidate. .What has produced the present state of •things]? Why cannot this House organic * At Jhe opening of the last Congres*,;P*-?ee Teigncd in every quarter of tho country, and men-eame 'here from every section...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

! Principle tb. Party- Iije l^er/dei)! 1{cJ)tjbiie^.) . ¦ -1 ¦ ' C. /: READ d- If. II. -FRAZIER, EDITORS. MONTROSE, PA. ': m Thtarsdny, Jnnnnry 31st, 1850. :TIfC|'Sham Convention of the Sham Democrats <|hat met here 'the 21st inst, lifter resolutions in .favor <-f ITuchanan, passed the following, introduced by A. J. Davis, of Susquehanna Depot: j '" Reiolerd, That the vote of Hon; G. A.,Gro«\ for Mr. Batiks, a well knowii Know Nothing and Uepu!>- licinn, fijr Speaker ol thelllouse of Representatives at WlMhinigton, meets our disapprobation, nr.d we hereby request him to vote for an anti-Know Xotbing D^mociat for that posiiiju." :TIio! meeting that passed the above resolution, was oflicered , as follows; President, Vf. C. Ward ; Vice Presidents, M. J. Mumford 4"d Edward Clarke ; Secretarv, E. 13. C(iase.i Wc understand that the officers constitute^] about half qf the persons present.— And these: halfa-doztjn office-seekers-have the audacity to attem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

Court Proceedings- Commonwealth iVs.II. N. Picrson. Indictment for disjx>s|ng of his property to defraud creditors. .jLc/dict, not guilty;' but that defendant pay the costs. Commonwealth vs. Ira Belcher. Indictment, for assault and battery. JSTolle prosequi entered, oh payment of costs, by leave ofcourt. . I . • Commonwealth vs. Elias II. Wellman.— Surety of the Peace, on complaint of Jacob Wellman. After hearing, the Court direct that the -'defendant Elias II. Wellman, and the prosecutor each entei into bonds with surety in the sum'of $200, to keep the peace &c, for one year. Each party to pay his own costs. . Commonwealth vs. William P. Houghton. Indictment, for Malicious Mischief ccc. Verdict, guilty, and defendant sentenced to pay a fine of fifty dollars, and undergo an imprisonment Jn the county jail for a period of four calendar months. ' -John A. Smyth vs. Isaac Lyon. Appeal. Verdict fur plaintiff fbr four collars and costs. Ja'coi? Wellman vs. Elias H....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

Kansas Afiairs. Extracted'from -Corretponitac* of the 2fetB' York '-\ . Tribune. A large M«ss Meeting was held a*:.Lawrence, onL,Saturday, Jnny. 13th, to consider the.present stats?"of national politics in their waring^ on the interests of Ruisaa. "A conif taittcc of five, fef which Col.. J. H. Larfe, hitherto a BationarJt)empcrat was Chairman, was appointed to draft, resolutions ; and they reported the following, which was adopted with loud applause: Rrtolred, That in vietr of the determination on the part oftbe iSlave Poncr to destroy and to take away the rights which as American citizens belong to us, it is our duty to unfurl o<rf banner to the breeze and adopt as our motto: A Free <Statc Government in Kansas without delay, emanating from' the people and responsible to them;. uon-intcrference vrith sty-, very in the States where it now exi'ts, and opposition to its further extension. Col. Lane made n speech in support of this resolution iii which hc-Tepudift...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

EEPUBLICAN COMMITTEE The Republican Executive Committee of Susquehanna County met at Montrcse Jan. 28, 135G. In the absence of the Chairman of fhe Committee, I. P. Baker was called to the Chair pro.tern.,'and S. Fuller appointed Secretary. After due consultation—the following Committees of--Vigilance were appointed in the several'Townships for the enitiing year : Aiilnrrn.—Thos. Adams Esq., John Tfwksbury, Sain'l. Tcwks'niry. Apo'aeon.—Harry Barney,Reuben Beebi*, L:\\ is W. Barton. ' __ Ararat.—J. C. Bushnell, W. W. Stearues. Edward Bloxham. Brijgeicaicr.—Perrin Wells, A. C Luce, Harvev Tyler. Brooklyn.—0. ,.Gfl Hempstead, J-.liu II. Chapman. Daniel TJwksbury. Choconvt.—Lewis Chainberlin, jr., S. T. Lee. Cha-i". NVal. a;jr<>«f.—Tl'.i*. I"). Reese, John Halstead. O. Severance; pimock.-—John Young, George Gates, Urbane Smith. , --"¦' l )i;nd„f.—ii. B. Wells, J. B. Sloeum, Ira Goodrich. .' .!. , Forest Like. —Oitnge Molt, Channcv Wright, J. S. T«.wn. •' : Franklin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

Governor Beederia repJytatli8;Pre«ld«it ! Totlie Editor of the N. T. Tribune; j Sm :.vThe8p«>cial;Messageof the President of the Uni\eff States," cpmrnunicated yesterday to Congress, assails not oiily myselfVperstolIy^l>ut,al"«o my crmstituents^ \vboin incnnatiotfas^el.^as duty impcriptisly"4cmands o|mo b)>justify and protect. Entirely sati* fiMl as I ;ara with the course adopted, up to tola timej4)y*theipeople of Kiiusas--C<.>rivinccti tbat it has been dictated be a desire to preserve the peace, the reputation and glory of our country—knowing thst it has, at every stage, been characterized by the most ecnservativeinoderation and laudable regard for the rights of others—having seen at every step the plainestmanifestation of the. anxious desire to avoid even the semblance of encroachment or aggression, ! should be false to every manly impulse.and every sense of duty-rif I .allowed, the aspersions of tbe Message to pass unnoticed. , Unless th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

HEWS AHD H0TI0 SU ^.^^m ^H ^ P' ^s< 3' ¥s been appplnted,,by Gov. Pollock,,a Not^-Publie ror Susquehanna counfv. I i ! : ^..Buchanan » certainly coining home soon, and the English mission his been ten-' dered to ex-Vice President Daltas, and will doubtless be accepted. ''-"'. -i ,•>..Mexican affitirs arxrstill very unsettled. General Coinonfort's effolts to please all parties prove futile. Insurrectionary movements arc quite prevalent in different parts of the country. ....The Rochester Lemoernt publishes the marriage of thfe.Rev.Antoinel tcL. Brown to Mr Samuel Q: Blackwcll of feneinnati.-Irobably the Rel. bride availed herself of the priyilcgw of kjap year, to ge, a'husband. #..;The intelligence received from Honduras seems to indicatekhe speedy success of General Walker's1 party. The people generally are reported to be willing to recogni«§ his sway. Gold discoveries in this re»io»v cause eonsiderable excitement. - ** —rA Chippejwa chief recently said m Boston,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

Postage ander the Hew Law- I, ¦ By. the following it will be seen that there are exceptions to the rule Unit all letters must be pre-paid: j j . ¦ ¦ > Postc;ffice, ILutRisncna, |_- ; April'4, 1S55.: .- JTo the Han, Speaker and .Members of" the House of Representatives of, Pennsylvania: Gextlemek :—I jjjpi directed by-the Postmaster General to [.say: "That the State of Pennsylvania having, provided by legislative enactment far tbcp^ynient ofi/postage, upon nljl Mail matter sent to or from the Legislature, and these facts being known to the De? partment, all Letters addresscdito said parties, without the ^-Postage being paid at tho Miiiling office, should not be classed as unpaid Letters, but must, be tated .with a/proper anioiipt of Postage-to be paid at Hiurisburg where provfsidn fpr snch payment hasbeen ihadeii-?' . .-' .'¦"'' ,'¦',¦ 4'- \ Respectftllly, '•'-'." Your obedient servant, JOHN H. BRANT,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

Course of the Banks Ken Endorsed, At the American and Republican. Legist lative Caucus,; on .Saturday evening last, the following resolutions''were unanimously adopted. ¦ Their caucus was .nearly full, and. WC doubt not. that the resolutions express the sentiments of the great mass of the opposition to' th'a National Ad min istration in Pennsylvania: "Resolved, Tliat we approve of and cheerfully endorse the course pursued by that portion of our delegatiprt in Congress who have steadily adhered f<> and continue to support \ Mr.'.Basks for Speaker of the House of Rep-1 rcanntativcf!. , "Resolved, That the above' resolution be signed by:the officers and a"copy forwarded1 to our Representatives at Wiishiugton." j ffarrisburg Telegraph, i Jg^Texas lias I increased very rapidly in population of late; years. In the year 18SQ tbe! censuS'gave Jt 2)2,692 ithabitsints. At tho.presidisntini elecltonln 1852 the total vote vote cast was 18 ^ 547. As the population bad incre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

i iuent liercc A Border EnfEan Message- l re^ . -, apparently tor the purpose of crirryi'ngJiivor.with the South, toiaid hint in securing a re-iibmination, has sent to Congress a special message on the Kansas difficulties, in which he takes strong grounds in favor cf the, Border Ruffians and bowieknife sovereignty. The editor of the Tritan.e.givcs tho purport and substance vf the message—which is too long for us to publish—as follows: About Kansas: F. Eulogizes the Kansas-Nebraska law. II. Assails Gov. Reeder as guilty of malconducl. i ' ¦ '< - . III. Abuses the people of the Free States who favored , Anti-Slavery emigration to Kansas. -. IV. Admits the "irregularities"'corn(flitted by the Border Ruffians iu the elections of Kansas, but tries to cloak them by assorting that they1 were approved by Governor Reeder. V. Insists that tbe transfer of the seat of government by the Legislature iu defiance of Governor Reeder's veto, does hot invalidate the acts of said Legisla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

agKci|ifqtyi. Susquehanna County Agricultural Society. The Society met on Tuesday evening Jan. 22,1856. Henry Drinker President in the Chair. *r» ' On motion, a preiniumjbr the best single horse, was awarded to It. B. Little, $5,00; and for the second; beet-Stallion to Stephen Hoag—$3,00, omitted at tUsulast meeting by the Committee on Horses, ]thc premium awarded to,D. F. Roe'for 2nd best Stallion being intended fo*4 2nd best single Horse. The report of the Executive Committee was read as follows, viz: •¦¦.¦¦ . The Executive Committee of the Susquehanna Co. Agricultural -Society beg leave to report, that they have examined the Treasurer's accounts and find as follows: i RECEIPTS. , . Balance ree'd, from Geo} Fuller late Trcas's., #30,00 Donation from S. C. Morton Esq., 100,00 ," " From Win. Lea Esq., 20,00 .State appropriation..;...".- 100,00 From individuals on Fair day, 813,00 « i ' ° $563,00 EXPENDITURE. Paid M. C. Brewster for lumber and labor,.. .$46,07 " Keg of butter...

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