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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

.V:: J;' i -;l^Wl^'lliM»Ti«- • • .- •• ¦-• -'¦ "-'dF'" ¦ "¦ •"'*'>''¦ :; ' :•* \ post, cooper *Tt;d» HENRY DRINKER, : ^ 1 MONTROSE ^AXc^pSCO fEB *pW % ™* DRAFTS orfilrew Vorlt'City and Philadelphia.-Collection^ Jiromptif made and rcmiued,; Office hours fySiii 1» A, ,»l. to H. ' f )U»&a. '.Allen A- Paxton, N. York. REFERENCE,.1) Samuel C. Morton, Esq., Plul'a. ' J Ifoir. \Yilliani Jessupi liontrose. MILIINERV'ATNEW MILFORD PA. Mrs. H.I>. "Ward Y\T0LTLD.respectfully giyenoticc to the public " that die has again presumed hc^ business at Millinery at New Milford, Pit. She has anangcmcnU by which she will receive "from Xcw York the latest styles of Ladies' arid Misses-' Hats and Bonnets of every description, and also to procure on short notieo any article, of the kin4. tliak" any person loigtit want; From such ajraiigcmcuta itn4.frpr|i her past ,'oxpcriencc^shc hopes to pteise all whojuay favor her with their custom... AU kinds .of • rouitairting and repairing d...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

-; SW I I ji "« «l ; * 1 ' • * I « « ^^^^ .^pared to fill o^oM^TnnTo ^rkt 'Jhcir lino with skill and desoateh'¦ "rST. int t a instantly on hahd ft^ffi?kfcrl??7 ft ffl M*?> hwkuieators, ^SaSK' fa; 40. ^C. : ••: -.. ,t;> 4 ,.; ...... , ,-., ] . ) • "Wd ln V'e P^'wum «««*tiptt toihri Plown -»hui w-c miu.^fi4ure We mann&c.ure and *£&*& ., , ( The CeleHrottd BlalchUy Ptor~ ' We b»Tc.').', SJJ"n«e«' tb« exclusive right "to tnmnA,/ tdrcMind sti « in this eototy, Wayne^ WyoS it« Plow in madcr tn.^urd j/.o/non, excepting the hahdles It4s:oe.Iebra.tea:JU.'' .''..its easy draught, being onMh.vi easier than ah.v no T "> use, while Its strength and ila. rability are greater'!- t , I j « l 1 I I < I i <r v ": MACHINKRY of all 'kinds nuioafactntOd.and repaired by eiperienced niaehinegts... '. (" • Stcant, Engines, Getting,-Jot Mill; SMngU j/t. "¦¦ :'.'¦ •.- thine; d't. eke. .. •" Among Jhe Stoves wi;ic|i ^<; msnnfaemre; an tie E...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

- ¦*¦>"-¦'— J1W' r^. r^— ... . -,_ - -— , .,-: . THE Irf^NP^REWBLlCAN. r .* pcntisHKD KVEirrrmmsDjir.iioiwiso, at mostiiosk, Pi., AT fl,50 rXUJLXSVM. IS AJlVjiXCK. l'^.,:';'\ .;''3Ba»ei'oI'.ASTj;rU*lii>T»".-.,: }. X One square (IB.lides or less) one week,.>...>,. .$r},50 Oueiquarel"- •,, ." .-:' two wciks,,,, ..,.Qfl& Qne.sqtAre'i •" three weeks,..-....f,00 Onesquare ." -; oiie nionth,'v, ,i,,.l,'25' Oue.squore: . .'.".-- \ ; two months,...,.,2,25 Ouostfuaro f ".,' |-lhrecmontlis,Ii...S,<)0 One square -. " : sirtnonths,.-.;... 5,00 Qne square " ^ one year, .^..:... • 8,00 For two or more squares,1 inserted by tho year, a dednction from the above prices is made. Yearly; advertisers will-have the privilege of altering or.chang-.j tajT^eir'advcrtisenierifcj without additional cjiarge." BnsSnibss card.-, riot exceeding five lines, "inserted at $2,00 per annum. - . .,, 1' Job Work. ,This office is supplied with a good assortment of Jobbing mat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

Moonlight on the Se*. ''gods' eomr.- Frost Ae Musical World and Times. X) come at night, when «u la calm, Then, dearest come with me, That we may feel the witching charm, . Of moonlight on the sea. ' The stara arc on the deep below, •> And in the skies above} ": . O come and thug shall be the glow > That lights oar world of lore. * - 0 come amid the hnsb.pt night, Then, dearest, come with me, -And you shall taste'the sweet delight Of moonlight on the sea. So billow curia the ocean's breast, No'cloud is in the sky; ¦, O come and thus shall be the rest, V. For which our bosoms sigh.. „ - 'O come,in such an hour as this, . .. Come, dearest, come to meq There is a sweet and tranquil bliss In raooiSiglit on the sea. ' " When stars are on the deep below, And in the sky above; Then come, and such shall be the glow, That lights our world of love. '-.

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

Xnies' \\)b §fte. cites'.' Jxom SartairCi Magazine. THE XENHEBEC CAPTIVE. . BVT BEV. JOHN TODD, D. ». Some of the most, beautiful scenery to be found in this or any land is to be found in the State of Maine. _ Her river* arc gfcat and numerous, her mountains lofty and imposing, her sea-coast iron-bound and rough, boldly looking out upon old Ocean, "as he sweeps along with tides and storms, and say ing—' Come-on, sir, and I'll give you a hearty welcome;' her inland lakes- still sleeping in the wilderness, are large and magnificent, her valleys are warm and fertile, and her forests have yielded to 'none in the world for the abundance and goodness of their timber.— Even now, her rivers send out salmon and lumber for the use of every part of the nation. At a very early period in the earlv history of our country, settlers began% push up her beautiful rivers, and drop down singly, or in small groups as they liked;. She was a wild province of Massachusetts then; &ad her popul...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

First Trip of the First Locomotive in America. . William Wgrts, esq. of Carboridale, Penn. communicates the following paragraph, clipped from an old newspaper, to the Carbondale Transcript. This paragraph confirms the statement of R. F. Lord, esq. published in the Port Jervis Union, a few weeks since, and apparently settles the question as to whom belongs the credit of having run the fiirst locomotive steam engine on the American continent: . , - Mojor Horatio Allen, the Engineer of the. New York and Erie Railroad, in. a speech made during theiccent festival occasion^gave the following account of tho first trip made by a locomotive on this continent: /"When was it? .Who was it? And who awakened its energies and directed its movements ? It.was in the year 1828, on the banks ofthe Lackawaxenr at the commencement of the railroad connecting, the canal of the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company with their coal mines—and he who addresses you wasthe only person on the locomotive. The...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

CTftt POLITY. front tht Ohio Journal of Eameatlon. It is highly important that some instruction should be given in this science, at least to the older pupils, in all our schools. The following is an outline of the introduction to the l^mirse which has been given for some time past in the Public High School of Columbus. Civil Poutt teaches the elements of political science. The elements fif this, like mast other sciences, consist mainly of definitions, "which must be thoroughly learned arid clearly understood. rj L LiBKRTr.—As the . term is here employed, liberty is freeedom from restraint: it is classified as natural, civil, political, and religious liberty. 1. Natural liberty is freedom from all restraint except such as the laws of nature impose. 2.. Civil liberty, is freedom from all restraints except such as conduce to the public good. .---f' 3. Political liberty is that degree of security with which a government guaranties to its subjects the enjoyment of civil -libert...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

The Sunshine Song. BT rLO&KNCC PERCY. A little child of three bright years, Undimmed by care, unstained by tears—From whose pure saul was rotycl riven, The music of its Dative heaven—• Implored and pleaded, oft and long, "Oh, mother, sing the Sunshine Song." The mother sang full many an air, The gay, the gad, the sweet, tbe rare, But none could please the listening child. Who shook her head; and sadly smiled,. Jls one who chides a grievous wrong—"Oh, mother, sing the Sunshine Song!" "Alas!" the mother's voice replies. While tears dropped-sofily from her eyes—•"I know it not—I never heard The Sunshine Song, my singing bird!" Yet still she pleaded oft and long, "Oh,' mother, sing the Sunshine Song !n Spring came, and ere its reign was past, Tje child's sweet life wag ebbing f*st; And through her long, delirious hours Her dreamings were of bees and Bowers, Mingled and saddened,' all night Jong, . With pleadings for die Sunshine Song, Hours passed :_and on her nntkor's kne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

i Season in Urates.) Tt<j ourana-outarp, without being taught, will-do. what a dog cannot be taught to do and untaught, can not think of doing; he will twist or unravel his chain or+icdrd. If the dog is chained,, and the. chain Kipomes in any way jammed between things lying about, or twisted upon itself, the animal drags hard ar it, away frcmthe^oint of entanglement, perhaps incre.ising the evil—becomes alarmed —cries out, and ^ jiever thinks of slackening the ehninj anchretiirning back to see what the cause of the irigonvenTence is. Not so with tlfc ourang-outang-, thomoraent such anac. cident occurs, he deliberately sets about putting niatters to rights. ; He does not drag away froin the point of resistance—does not insist on running forcibly counter, but instantly slackens his.chain, as a human behur would do under the. likejcircumsjances, and goes back to see whntr occaMons .the obstruction. If the chain has got entangled witha box or any other article of furnitur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

Ji]e Ji]depeii)Dcii)f r|ejMjbKcQi}. <?. F.'READ <£ II. It. FRAZIER, EDITORS. ' '" --¦-' ¦ MONTROSE,'PA,: " } Tttitrsilaiv February i&th^tysfo. ¦' ¦'"" The Election of Banks, The election of Mr. Banks Is justly regarded by the friends of freedom a* a very great triumph, and as' tho harbinger of n new and brighter era in the history'of the Slavery question. Almost for the fifet time in our history, certainly: for the first,time in many years, the North has taken, up the gauntlet so' contemptuously throw uJ&ow-n by the South, and won the field. In other wore!*, for the first time the South bus failed to secure the aid of enough doughfaces to enable her. to win,. .Nor was this defeat:of the South chused^by-any division in the. Southern ranks;! for, as usual where the Slavery question is.) concerned, the Southern members forgot their j quarrels among themselves, uud voted in a solid body for the institution. Sham Demo- j crats andTwclth-Scctthn Know-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

The Luzerne Korse-Thieves. We have received another lette'r.-from Mr.-.lolai Stewart of Old Forge. Luzerne Connt'v'. Pa., giving''us further information of the extensive gang of horse-thieve* whose.. 1'icado.uarters were established there.; and whose operations extended-frwm. this corner of oiir State to the Central New-York State line/ Three persons suspected'of" being leaders hi, the [i.irty have been'arrested; one is under heavr b'ail, finothcr is in the Lancaster Prison, and the thud (John lJuttar) is in .Our Jai! on a charge of stealing, a horse in'Westmoreland County. A warrant .has! been issued for a fourth, whi has thus far tludel arrest.... | This break in iheir ranks arose from.a correspondence with our. paper, caused by our publication of a letter from Mr. Stewart 'o Mr. Postriiaster Lintiart, at Carrick; in this county—since: when Mr. S< has received-numerous letters of inquiry •relative.' to sttilen horses from various States—and has found owners for four...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

One Week Eater from Europe. . j Peace Prvapcr.U Improving—Rumured Ar^'¦' nris/ire for ThreeMonths—Hostilities¦ Susr j .teiidol in the Crimea. . •¦ I * .1 Tiie new steamship Persia, ol the British ami North Amt-rieaii Line, arrived at'New Yoi.k, on Saturday, [with Kuropean news tf> ihe '20lh uf January. Previous to her leaving Liverpool, a banquet was given on board to a select company,.Mr. Doiald t/Uirie,'of the Cwuard liiie,-occupying the -chair, in the absence i/f Mr. Charles .Maclver, the Liver-' Jmol manager of the Coinpairy. . | The Belgian Transatlantic Navigation C«;m- j pany"sinew screw steamship Belgian;,' Cap- j taiii.T/iel:; put baelv to Southampton, at whi«-h'j port sUii arrived on Thursday night, the 34ih. j The Belgique left Antwerp"on the Slsfc ofj December, but, in consequence «>f a' uisar-: raiigement- in hci- machinery, was detained | afSauthiiiuptoii until January 'Gth, on which j u;iy she K-f;, but owing to a second accident, j was ornrcllcA t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

-- ¦ ^"- .¦¦.. 't!-' . -r . Pehtuylvania Legislature. ! We give a brief synopsis ofpsome of the doings vof ouf Legislature, likely to be of interest to our readers.' • ..-. Il ' ' 1 A hill for tho unconditional repeal of tiie J Liquor Lair of last .session, h||S: passed the Jl^uW-iif RepvesentaTrv.es, bu^i will hardly ,fpass the Senate. -Of the R|presi;ntat<\-es from this_District, Mr. Jnghanwoted against' the repeal and Dr. Smith fir \L '• A~Tesohu:on \v is, ofTered ii\ tho Hou«c to [ inin-uct the Judiciary Coinmit^be to enquire j jf further lvgislatiLn be'nol necf-ssary to pro-, | .4.ect the personal, libcrjvnjf^clizc-ns of this Commonwealth, sgainst the fljrbitrary proceediug-s of the- Judges of theiJQnited'States Courts, exercising jurisdiction'in.ibis State. This resolution wis losf.^ Mr.ftnghain voted for it and Dr. Smith against it] / A resolution wa 3 introduced ifito the House instructing our Suiators tii|d requesting our TRejrresentntives in Congress tj &...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

) JXA tuller Tatolat Aikraf ^ 1 Wo stated in bur (ast that Henry M, huller had voted, fof Wihinm A^ken, the South' Carolina,: Nullification, Fr*e>Tradc, ^hiim bemojratic'cahdidate'for Sprier, and asked wheiheKthe PKlAde/pliia Daily Netes would longer defend^Fiillcr's conrsfe The gentle-" m'anfv* editorjof-.jho News ^appears -terribly disthrhed by the question,.and t>> escape from the necessity of answering it, vehemently pronounces our statement'that Fuller so voted, a'Mic.7, If a palpable misstatement of fact :con»tu tutes a '-liar," it is only necessary to refer to the record' to show "to w horn that character . belong!*, . Among- .the! proceedings ol the iioiiso) on Friday the l|t * ins't", wc find the following,"%s published in tho'Washington Globe, the official organ or"Congress: ^ The followhigTesnluIitin'iWas presented by Mr. Cobb: • -'-. "> \ . ' , Resolveil; That the Hon. Jniliam aikcr, a Bcpresentativc froni South Carolina, be, and he in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

H0TICE- ''¦'¦ | At a meeting of the Susquehanna County '. . Agricultural Society on the 22d ult., the following resolution uas adopted and the un-! dersigncd appcintrd a commitlco to carry it j into effect. | . 'Resolved, Thai, the President appoint .a Comrnideeto take such measures as they may deem expedient to obtain .impermanent place tojhold our annual exhibition, and ascertain what amount can be obtained by subscription from tbe inhabitants ofthe Townirhip'or Bor-: ougli where it cui be located, and .report to J our next meeting. | Agreeble to the foregoing resolution the j. undersigned wqnid respectfully call the at-'. tcntiou of the', citizens of tho several Boroughs i and Townshipsin the County, who may de- j sire to have the knnual exhibition located per- < manently in their midst—that is to hay, wliat j sum can be raised towards procuring and fitting grounds for the Fair ofthe Society. . The committee would remark that it isdc-1 slrablc to obtain a location with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

TftsT -ScAint % An entirely 'Original Qiiarf tcrljt Exporitor of the Lavs of Health and Abu*- . n 'of Mtdietne and Domettu-Life. ESited'by Edward H. Duos, il. D. ':'.-.',' .,-,. Dr. Dixon has our thanks for tho January nureher of hh>^valuable Quarterly, and we hope.'to be entitled to receive it -regularly her^iftcr^; Th^.Doctdil is a:bold and^oinc-\vhat eccentric w'rit*er| but ho wields a p»>w. erful pen, tliat wheni he chooses, cuts as keenly, we'.\cnture to say, as any ^ul•gic«Hnstrunient in his possession. . lie hi a^reatfoeto humbug, cant, fashionable follies, and hypoc risy, and although wc cannot agree with, him ; in all things, we find much to admire in his ¦, ! character as exhibited in the pages of his ! i ¦ ¦ - i ! Quarterly. ..." r '". '¦ i '"?'•- \ The Scalpel not only iii.Mrjucts..unconcerning the laws ol health, in language that all i can utider«-tand,but also draws with.a daring] hand vivid descriptions of life among ^he t rich and the poor hi city a...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

; The Party Man- * Tor ttit Indepm<bnt ' Republican. The Party Man has associated his ambition,-his interest, and.his affection with n pal*, ty. He pn fcrs doubUess that hrsside should be victorious ty idie best means and under the chanipionshin-of good.men; but rather thari fbsc this victory, he'.will conseiifto any means, and folloy nny rnan. Tlius, with a general i1e.-ire to be upright, the exigency of his party pushes him constantly to dishonorable deeds. lie opposes fraud by craft, lie bv lie, slander by'counter .slander. To be sure it is wrong to misstate, lo distort, to suppress, or color facts ; is is wrong to employ the evil passions, to f,vt 'class against J""V —---- i.-;- -/.... : ¦ ! ! j J i j | | , , I class, the poor against the.rich, tho country j iagainst the city, tiie farmer against the mc- j | chautcv one section against another section, | | but his opponents do it, and if they will take | ! advantage of men's corruption, he must not j ! lose by h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

l: I Besistanes to Border Enffianism- - 1 GOV. CHASE OS KANSAS. ' r' From The Ohio IStat'tman Feb. 6J J . The following Message was received from,. the • Governor,- containing .'*r communication •from'ccrtnin civil'iqflicers in Ivansai^ which wa.* read at the Clerk's deste": .i%' < ^ ' v ' ' ¦' .WAR—UBS8AGK OF 00V. CHASB. \ '..' j To the General Asittnhly of the StaUof Ohio: \ j I transmit for tlieiconsideraiioii ol the Gen- : ' I eral Assembly a.communication'from certain ' j .gentlemen holding official positions in Kan-1 ! Stl.S. ' . ' •• i ;. The. urgency of the appeal, made by the] j communication herewith tran-iinitlcd,.indue- j j ys me to lay it before the.Geneial Assembly j i. without delay. ; ] It is .authenticated by, the signatures of ' j j' \ [ I ' t! ! ! ; ' James H..Lane. Chairman of the Kxecutive C<iiiiiiiittcc of Kansas Territory,' of Charles , Robinson, the Governor, and George W. i Deitzler, the Secretary elected by the people., tinder the rece...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

.: ITEMS- - -....The Kepublicans have elected'tiieir candidate for. mayor, in Detroit; '"_ "'.'¦:• ... .Mr. Marcy has again, declined' to. re' ccive Parker IT. French,-'as a minister -Co.ik Nicaragua'/'--. '-',.-, .... ... .Slaves are escaping in-g.-eat-'numbers from Kentucky, on the Ohio river,"which » • now frozen over. '¦'•'... .-The ehairninnship of tho "ctimmittee on waVs'.and me;tns_ has been-tendered'to Lewis D. Campbell of JOhiri. i .....The telegraph .reports from Wash •in'gtbn that Mr, Grow will probably be chairman, of the committee on Territories. . ...>Gen. Gasshas Iiad a full; in Washing Ion, which was at first supposed io have injured.hitn severely, but he wa*not so badly hurt as was supposed j at«l is. doing very well. .. i .Col. Forney, late. Clerk ofthe House has been sick.—supposed to be in eonserr'-tcne* of the protracted labors devolving oa him dirring'the.struggle'for tho ISpeakership. He : is recovering.. _.. ' -' ' p " ' , j ... Jn Bingharn'ton...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 February 1856

White Slaveryi ¦ I j ; \ I ' j j . The Richmond Enquirer has thrown offal! disguise, and tiowjiipeuly contends that white i slaxjvry is right, and,that freedom is a failure, j Free laboring men and women, read this dcs-1 pot's argument, jmd say whether you will ' a1h|w this contemptible slave-oligarchy to ! convert you into cattle, and your children \ into b'rutes. I '{Nkouo Si.avekv and tub Cosstitutiox..] Until recently, the. defence of Slavery has la- \ bored nmder. great difficulties, because its apij!ngists(for they were intrc apologists) took half-ivay grounds. . *¦ "They con (iii ed the defence of. Slavery t* mere negro Slavciy ; thereby'"lying,.up the Slavery principle, admitting other forms of Slavery, to bo wrfitig ijnd yielding up the authority of tho Bible, and of tbe history, practices, and .experience-, of tsKiiiktnd, They: almost admitted tho Bible to be feilse, because it .ordained, authorized, tuid enforced white Slavery, which they asserted pas.morally wron...

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