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

DAlUYJIEX, TAKE NOTICE I THE subscribers having secured the sole right to ! DAVIS' AD.rUSTABLE CHl'RX AXD IBCTTER- WORKER, for Susqnehanna and several i adjoining: counties,-respectfully invite all Butter maklerii to examine and'test the merits of this new and j valuableiJDvL-iition' l!V propose to furnish each and , all of yoft with a Cticr.x that will produce as much j butter in as short a time as any- other chum—one that will 'complete!11 expel the buttermilk,. vash and vork in (the salt, diffusing it perfectly through the butter atiil fit it for use. without removing it from tbe chuni. This Churn in simple in its construction, scicntific iu.itdjoperatiou, and easily cleaned and kept in order, find can be easily attached to any propelling power. .! - I " i " . For further particulars, applr personallv or bv let-,ter to JAS. C. BCSHNELL and J. X. BROXSON, Ararat, Susquehanna county, Pa. A- A pujips : pimps j The Greatest Improvement of (he. Age!—C. IU Williams'' Double-Acting Ba...

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

TO A WOUNDED PTABMGAB. j geiecf ?<^HJ HT DM A. Hunter of the hcrblcsspcaki—Habitant 'twixt earth and sky—4 - Snow-white bird of bloodless beak, Bushing Wing and rapid eye! Hath the fowler's fatal aim Of thy free-born rights bereft thee, . And, 'mid natures curbe4 or tame, Thus encaged, a captive left thee?—thou who, Earth's low valleys scorning, From thy cloud embattled ricst, Wont to catch the earliest morning Sunbeam on tny breast! Whcic did first the light of day See th<*> bursting from thy shell? Was it where Ben-Nevis grey Towers albft o'er flood and fell? = Or where down upon the storm J'taided shepherds gaze in wonder, Bound thy rocky sides, Craingorm! . Rolling with its clouds and thunder? Or with summit,'heaven-directed, Where Benvoirlich views in pride, All his Skicy groves reflected In Loch Kctturin's tide? Boots.it not;—:bnt this we know, That a wild, free life was thine, Whether on the peak ot snow, Or amid the clumps of pine; Now on hig...

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

THE MIDNIGHT CRUISE. [ J&iesj^J gitefefjes. ; > i Front OieatonU Pictorial. \ U j A Sketch of the Ia«t War ! .'I BY SVLVASCS COBB, JR. It waialowery day, toe 16th of July, 1814, so said an old ipori, from whom we had the particulars of tie incident we are about to! relate; On a pjiiut of lend at the mouth of Saco River, which makes out beyond a basin of water known as 'The.Pool,' stood two men. | They wejre | roughly dressed, and the cut and rig of their, garbs showed them to be insberinen, or, perhaps, lumbermen and coasters, TKe elder lof the two was a stout, thickset mfii, somewhere about fifty years of age, and wearing upon] his face the marks of a bold, fearless person. The other was several years;younger;j and though.not quite so stout jib his build, yet showing enough of muscle to entii^;. him to the respect of one jvho looked for nianhood in physical strength. The fif-st—he of; die most years—was named Sam Latham, atjd everybody about the coast kne...

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

THE LITTLE ANGEL. ' '! 1 ! 1 Is ¦ ; :' Fr*m Gleatorit rictorikb \ .. BY MKS. CAROLINE A. SOUJ.E. I 'May I go on the «?ommon to play? I've been ,a good girl to-^Iay,' warbldd the dear, little pet, Isabel Lee, in a voicl that was sweetl as; the song of j birds at sunlight; and up and down the stairs she went, {singing her childish ditty, and searching . eagiirly for her mother that site might obtain the desired permission, 'Say yes, jdo now, that's a dear f;ood xJtaother,', she ekcluimcd, when she £t ength found herself ifi the arms jof.the loved one. j;'Miss Jane says I've been!a very good girl, ipdeed ^ and she [say s,. too, tljat air and play will do me much good. And there's no place in; all the world; where 1 lojre.sb well-tip play as on that deir'pld commonlof ours. I c;Ul itjour little countr^, mother,' 'eause there ain't nojljouses there].]nothing btt.gfassand trees nnd: .water.' | I : 'And birdlings from'humanncjsLs,' isaid the mother,'as she'lovingly kissed tliij dar...

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

Formation of Ameriean leagues. .1 The ladies of New York ore signing an bbligatibn by which they agree riot to purchase atty articlelof foreign triariufacture -to weajr for\a year to" come.! This;is not the only instance where public attention has lately: been strongly directed; jblthe-liriportance of increasing the consumption of American fabrics!,' and of giving to the destitute industry-anct skill at home tliat employment which th^ consumption of luxuries and of riiany necest sary articles in this.couritry now furnishes to the labor! and 'Skill of [foreign-lands. The" Providence Journal most pointedly says:—r "The same papers that £bme to us.ffeightecl with accounts of destitution and want, of great- workshops closed,. and large numbers of mechanics thrown out: of employment, alj so bring accounts of importations, by inillious in a single vessel, of articles that cah either be manufactured in this country, or can: be Wholly dispensed with. That the true chariity is employ...

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

Edward Everett on Benjamin Franklin- The Printers ofMancHester, N. H., gave a festival oh the anniversary ofthe bjrth-day of Benjamin franklin," and atnpng the letters received, wks the following from Hon.: Edward Everett: "; v •••.':..'• Bosiok, Jan. 16, 1855. Gentleriien:—rl have recieved ;,our favor ofthe 13th] politely inviting me to attend the celebration of the aniversary ofthe birthday of Franklin by the printers of your city. It "would give me great pleasure to be present with you on this occMisiott, but ^ it is not iu my power to leave ;%me. The name,of Franklin is one of the brightest hi bur history, and his eventful life is', fulljof interest and-instruction for men fpf all pursuits. He ^as a first rate printer-Uan industrious arid methodical man of bu»ine«s, ah active citizen, a self-taught man, but a! friend of education, a master ofthe English language, as agacious observerpf nature, a bold scientific theorist; us a patriot, intrepid though cautions, and fiiithfu...

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

TOTTED STATES SENATOR The question of the election of a Senator .from this State, at the latest advices from Harrisburg, had assumed on exciting and to. us most unexpected shape. Simon Cameron, Nebraska Democrat, appears how to stand the best chance for an election. If the telegraphic reports-arc correct, he was nominated by the Know-Nothing caucus on Friday night last, not, however, till a large body,of the members had withdrawn from the cau cus.* The Democratic caucus, composed of 20'members, nominated C. S. Buckalew, and the Whig caucus,, comprising 8 members, nominated Thos; Williams. Tuesday last was the day fixed by law for the election of Scnator,v and. according to the telegraph, on the first ballot the vote stood, for Camerori 58, scattering 73; on the Second ballot, Cameron 59, scattering 71; and a motion was then carried to postpone the election two weeks. We have not the particulars cf the vote, but believe tliat the. Members from our own destrict and several nei...

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

The First Maker of Paper from Wood.) The West Cheker Republicans sp;akiiigjof the discovery that good paper can1 be madefef bass wood,-sas's:!: • ' I . No'great discdycry was ever made without somc| one stepping in, arid f rj ing to boar away, the'credit. So we conceijvd it to pe with Mr.JBea'rdshc, He seeks |toi appropriate to himself an honor'which belongs to'ho [ other thin jhat pugnacious frijurid of ofur. I youth, TfiE Hokset. Tlmt jhttle gentleman, l'a veritable knightidf the Gar|ter, if one might J judge frohi the stripes which adorn his person, is the I'cny firstdiscoverer 6f 'ike art of making paper from wood! ; And very go id 'paper tod does ho' make. To beJ.stire ho 1 as not discovered (he-bleaching' process, but that Mr. Beard41 cd is welcome io,.but lie must leaye our friend, the Hornet ithe merit of first making paper from wood. . ft was only the OtheV dtiy we heard a ¦ gentlcmjin setting at] defiance -the entire skill iyf American Mechanics, by stating the mos...

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

! Bailer Coanty- Butler county is coming up; The citizens of tliat cotinty can now bbitst ofaCoji-t House equal in architectural beauty and i lside capacity.withjany. iu Western Pennsylvania, excepting thiit of Pittsburg. The building has been something -over two years in progress, arid cost! about'$3GJ,000. The last court of the! county was hcld^in the new building, and in feferriiig to;it in his charge to tlie Grand Jury, Judge Agnew j quotes from !o work' entitled " liccdllectionJB of thp Westj" the.following paragraph, descriptive of tl|e first court held within the corporate limits of Butler: i -' ;'¦; ''• '.X ' " A log cabin jus|t raised and covered, but without window Sash or doors or 'daubing, was prepared for the hall of justice. A carpenter's bciich with three chairs upqn it, was the judgmerit seati The hall was barely; sufficient to contain the bench, the biir, juraijs and constables. Itiwas on thisf occasion, He soys, big John M]Jjuhkin stocid astride of tile joi...

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

I ¦ True Dignity of an^ditori j . Messer, of the Sun bury > (Pennsyl .;ania) American, is a bit of a. wag.' In the last liumbcr of his paper he saysjthat titent^r-one years ago'throe young gentlemen'of Smith--field county, and one from a neighboringJown, \jrere examined together by |ja comiuittee of: twelve lawyers, and the nc'xjt. day adn'iitted to practice at tlie bar. One of,the Voting'! gentlemen, after.! a career o|"usefulnes| and distinction at the barf scrvedfs'everal sessions iii Congress with'great credit'to himself, and hbw occupies, the impertanttjind proud 'position ofG vcrnor elect of thisi great Common*, weath. The sccondwas'alsbfone ofthe inost distinguished members ofthe -bar^, repr4* slbuted the county in the Legislature; with distinguished ability. Subsefjuenty ho located himself in Schuylkill countV,, and is" now President Judge of that, important district. The third is now a- distinguished lawyer in western Pennsylvania. I'he fourth!—but hbrc we mu...

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

i. ¦ ¦ ii. ¦ '!¦- Applicants for Office., ijThe -Lcwisburg Chronicle containcs a lett tijr from Harrisburg, written, we presun|e, by Mr. Hickok, the New DeputyiSuperintcrident of Common Schools, from whjch wcnial^c the following extract, in relation- b).the doiijgs of tlie office seekers and the Governor:. t j;"Gov. Pollock.has been atp>ely besieged by throngs of applicants fi^Ioffice. They have been as persistent as gad-flies in thc| dog diiys, but have thinned off \\|itnin a. day or tyi;o. There are over l,000>fapelicanfts foi; the 20 offices at-his disposal. iiSdme ofthem have discovered by this time that lie possesses' firmness and independence iqi character, as well as honesty of purpose, aijd warm-hearted cordiality ; and that he is«iiot disposed to shrink from the responsibilities, thrown upon hini, or suffer the helm to pass from his'own control. Circumstances have:also developed the fact, that he will not knowingly, appoint aiiy inebriate, or any. prof...

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

A New Tarifll- |i A Washington letter writer^ undicjc date off February 8th, says:'- ' : \ .'. It is.supposed, that the tariff agitation is^ concluded for this session, and the Democrats; assert thiit Mr. Houston, their ostcri>ible lead-. er on the que>;|ion,i3 vary glad.of it. j. He was all the t'ube afraid that' he-should stit-ceed.—- The singular course of the Massachusetts delegation has naturally elicited miichifeeliiig.-Three of their; number were ^absent,; the others voted, seven forVevisingithe tariffto oneagainst iti A humorous member from Ohio has given thepi notice that he shall, 'on the first day when it shall be in dvder^ jbring in a bill to annex Massachusetts to Canada.-— A -Democratic- member from Pennsylvania, well known for his general concurrence in Southern policy. dcChires that, if the'subject comes up again, and Mr. Jones, of Tennessee, proposes an amcndmjent.fbr free irpp,"-as he is expected to do,'He (the'• P-Jnnsyiyaniah") jwill move an a...

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

IHDEPEKDEN'r REPUBLICAM. ¦ -L.— ' " : ^ CUARLES F. READ AND H. H. FKAZlKB, KDITOBS MONTROSE, PA. 1'; Tlmrsday^ I*ebrnari 15, -1 »»••

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

-pr. . .-i,..;f-...-..^-l-'----i--* --"-«¦• - ¦;» ~ : ^r~ Y TheCircnlationof theEeDublican- ;¦' Not long since we mentioned our intention to publish a statement of the Aiimberof sub* scribors we hare obtained since January 1st, 1853. jWe uoifcproceed to redeem pjir promise, and ajso fo|give srich details as may be of iriterfet fct*. our padcrav The Dumber of new subsctiwrs to fjie'Republican Is 314]; In this ibumbcr we dd riot include newspaper exchanges, nor fiver persons to whom the pi^per was feent by mist. "ik|fr, on pur part, and by whom it was refused.!! ' " ¦ \ j? The principal portion of our new.list has ¦ been made up ;iat offices in this county menjtion^d below-, Sthe .balance being scattered lamoiis niany! postoffices in this; aiid other IStatcs.l-. J.ii - ' ' .Postofficei. i; | Xeu&ubi. Ararat, 1..... ij.ii. ..,....,. 3 Auburn iCorneri | 1 2 WrooUyii,..., 11..;.,....:.,,....... i...... 7 tfhnockil X .s.'.. i... -. t 2' ihintUuT,! I-.....]. | . ^J *• iBIkLak...

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

L , . . t - ¦ rT — -V-, Robbery at Susquehanna Depot. Fburperspns, a mani and three boya/wcre lodged in the jail of this County, on jl!onday lastv It apppars that on Sunday night last, the store of D. L. Kimbcr, at Susquehanna Depot, was broken open and robbed of clothing pork, &<?., worth some twoor throe hundred dollars.! The perpetrators of the act were trackecl to their houses, where the etolcn {irlicles Iwcre found.: The consequence was that the Smon, Chilson, a younger brother of his about. 11 years of ago, "and two; other boys named Quick and Dibble, were farrcsted. All atjfirst.asserted their innocence, exl ' 1 ' ccpt Quick ;| but when they found tpat he had confessed his guilt, the others did the same, iind thereupon they were all committed ...-' -'"' ?' toinil. | • .. gig^A llarrisburg correspondent |of the. Bradford Argus, writes to that paper as-fol-_ *- . • . lows.: i . ¦ .? '..!' A letter from! Judge Wiltnot, addressed to B. Laportc^ Esq., a memb...

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

ii-ii ¦"¦ -;! |j ' CAMER0K. . jY > ' '••Gen. Simon Camekon, of Middletowr, was on!Friday! night last—or rather at pp eiirly hoiir on,Saturday morning-T-nomiriatild for ¦tf.iiS,;; Si-iiator fr^m" PciinHylvunuyl jy n <^6iibUul;iiiinjoritv of the American or.fKnow-Ndtliing'Ypaucus made up of 91 oft the 132 llt^mbers composing the Legislatur^ Sol* that Stite. ¦ It: is reported that, on the! [.second ballot, 92 votes were cast in the CaiJcu^, and that on ojae of these ballots the' extra] .vote tlnjs fraudulently cast defeated the nohiinatlori' of Oil. A. G. Curlin, (formerly1 Whig.) (adv. Po|tpck's Secretary of State X\i ail eVcntsjCiihin had 46 votes on..oiio}l{iiHot, while Catiieron.-was finally nominated] by 44 tt). J 3 forjrt! I others—most of those np^osed td-iho noti'iliiec having retired. The cHeetion is; to tiikei place to-morrow, and vr| [shall then sec Ijow much Gen. Cameronj's! ihardvrpri nomination .will avail him. It lis very probable, that he may obtain ...

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

¦ -i i!>raEKH0W-H0THIHG8J ; :>¦-. - ' . J 1 AnnitdliScmon New York State fOauneil, ' Heli%t Schenectady January lQ^irf 11, [¦i$5$l.r, . ., ;„ ; , f'r\ •:A. ; Y;Tlie|&mmitteeto;whoi ^ wo^cfetr !d thf State President's Annualvltepd#, j|ri: cnttd M-in^a^frtlanea \vith tlie ]apirit-thc fcci: — the j foiloW&i|YR^»olH&ns,'which wcrojadopted hy anTalmost unanimous vote; and the State SccretAry : was directed to hove the sr'iiic printed xt iid forwarded to Deputies pf poun* ties and. Presidents of Subordinate Qouncils: I 'Rci&lyejd, Tliat Slavery .like Papacy ^s i moral, social'and political cvil-r-at variaticc with ¦the s|>ifit of our republican institution;, and ;rcpugnant to the principles of freeiWcn ; that )( is itmrSluty to resist its extension],Jan I that 5*V0 <a»|not as Americans consent to ticadr iiriission to the Union of any new.Statps vhose .<jo]nstit|ufion recognizes human bondflgcy ^ liyReeohjeii, Tliat n...

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

. Nominations for U..S- Senator, f ¦ \ . Thcrsday] Feb. 8, 1855.! In the Senate, %h. M'Clintock subinutocl a reisoultion that U1? Senate tricot in«bri'vention. iq; the flail dft^||lpttso<^e>l^ciitetivUj; on Tuesday next,]ai 12 o'clb^k, M., for fba purpose jof electing]! Unite^Staies Sennt wrj and autlWizin^tl^; ' appointoent;bf ft ;tcl er cjit its'part;- r.m&L ) 'y ^N- • ^-;^ .'"' ^. The Senate prdi%ded toj nominate catdidates for U. S. S6na|or, as follows: John Robins Jr. l!". Thomas Williams •¦' Wilson M'Candlcfes John'Strdhm ' \ Simon Cameron i . Wmj M. Meredith I II. T. Oinrad 'j Jos. X. M'Lanohon! Arnold Pliimmerj Wm.l Bigler ¦ Wm. F.I Johnston ] Seth Clover ' John Ctlvuokel. ] James Todd \- II. D. Foster r,' G. W. Wrdodward AndrcwjG. Curtinl J. KjMoreheud -f.-. James Cooper ,-:[]• ITenrV Chapman | Daniel M. Smyscjr John |D. Stylcs Wrri. Darlington jj Thaddeus Stevens James Vjcech _ it ; David Wilmot Chos. R.jBuekalew Henry M. Fuller ¦ ¦ '-!.-' i T'l...

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

ITEMS j —-AboutjfOQ emigrants for Kansas] will leave Phtshilrg^ in the spring | t ^ i ^A f^te!10 ^ Ii?u?r % Pass ^ 6 In-#0 AlseiPar on Friday^B^, a^p-iilioW t» la\v^f |b#JSt. 'tte. A pJ^hlh' itor^ la^ilso pjisedfiiojfllinois Senate on t&sa^s d|y] .] ^—It^ stafccTthat the Ma$sa|ouse^s d«fcga-' llcfi in the loyer House ot'iCongt^, are" j-eady to>gdfj(rthe induction of thetario. \\—The bill appropriatirig ^ 30,000tonpen the mouths of the Mississippi,,passed the ,U.S. Senate, February 6th.¦ [".''. '- ? ^""Leap-years are those that are exactly divisible by 4, and also by |100, and not by 100. The year 1900 therefore will not be i leap-year. ' -, |,'v !¦'''• I —Two more Know, Nothing- victories .ore announced, pne in Binghaintdn K.Y., and thp Other in Lancaster, Pa. In Lancaster a fifsidn ticket was formed to defeal the Know Nothiriss, bbt-wasurtsiiecc'ssfuU « ~' •' i i —The editor who wrote his editorials with stolen.chalk:0.n the soles of his shoes, nhd]went baref...

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

Senator Wilson's Ahti-Slayery Sentiments. ! 1 he.following may be laid, down .-us the/ platform of the newly-elected United States Senator, Mr, Wilsoii, of Miissachtrsetts, who succeeds the Hon. Edward Evere'tt j: .--.' ' l»t, repeal the Nebraska bill; 2d, repeal tlie Fugitive Slave'Law I; 3d, abolish'"Slavery, in the District ofColuriibia; 4th,aboli4h the In-, ter-State Slave trade;'next' be would. <lc-' clare that Slavery should not 'spread to one inch of the territory of the Union ; he would then put the Government .actually land perpetually un tllC. sldclof fivc«lfM»». Uy imhifih h« means that the bright eyed boy of Massachusetts should'have as! good a; chitnee! for pro-. motion, iii the navy lis a boy of cine of the first families pfA'irginia. He wouldjhav.e our foreign Consuls take nicies: with the noble Ko*siithj and against the Papal-butcher"113ed:. ini'. • lie would bavfe judges: who believe in a higher law, and an anti-Slavery Constitution',, an anti-Slavery B...

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