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

Xo the People of gnsqncauuus !• • Connty. .-"% s. :•• -k .-... ..: BEING one of the greatest sufferersx by tho recent' destructive ffrc.in Montjose, having lost mr ' | store-house and nearly all of iny good*; I have not ¦ however given over to despair, but ,have/1aken » v. j store room in the lower part of tlie town, first door V ;" | north of-Krceier's Hotel,into which I nave placed the ! ! small stock saved f rom-the fire, and will in the course ! | of a very>hbrt time fill up the store with an entire 1 j new stock of goods. In my present new location, t\.. j will ,be happy to see an^l wait on my old customers \ ¦ and the public generally who will favor me with a \ call. I liave.resolved u) "nrvnjfavjdlki tktp.n -*\ K >Iam determinecHb keip a DRUG STORE, and "to \.' i keep a good assortmcntlof Drug*, Medicines, Paints, j Oils, Dt/e-*tnfs,GT«<xrfe*,Glats-ieare,JeK<!lrff,Ptr- ' v fuintry, Yankee Jvoftchx, and all sorts" of Fancy; ! Goods, Ac; Ac., such ...

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

' _HBTW4PICT*JEE&; - ." '¦ - - .'- - —i> ________ ^^gSg^gg^ g WSmMmsssmsmmimummummm , ^ifeiijpoqsi ;.vv:! - , ' ., i' ¦ -W—' ' f i * I — ~- ______ ,—, I . ¦ I—• - , : '.Proin the} Genius ofthe West. " >;:•''- "-•;" BY CbATSS-KjlXXEY. "" .."'!-" Battle of liikermann!' ; ! " Asvine day came up; strtigglinir with the gloom of ctoudtS:.the vanguard had given a-I'Stm of that onslaught, which lieliire the day was done, should in ike jiikertiiiin second only to Waterloo. Through the foggy, drizzly dark,; had burst the blare of liug)es, andi dtums, and fifes, and rattling musketry.; and the .transition from slcefp t» haul* had been a transient interval of consternation Vnot the consternation of cowardice; however, but bP siidden surprise. j *To arm*! To the; summoning martial musics-drums, whose ibjur^cd roll, and fifes, whose thrilling shrieks,1 inakes the'blood boat and-surge in the veins^—to the glorious, ninrtial music, man after, man. column after, colum...

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

A Methodist Clsirgymaa, .and how he1 cast 6-taDsvil. '. - We are'indebted to nurifriend.-J. M. Ellis, of Marietta, Ohi<t, fori the ifollowing" graphic sketch. 'We are! assured that the facts1 transpired, substa-u4J«i|ly as narrated. ' - j j , 'A Mit'.olist clergyinan who h:w been laboring in this vieimly, wiis not loti^ .Since, preaching to his people oil the inirjac'ulous jxiwer of the Apostles- oyer" the demouiac spirits'ot their day: As he was pursifng his theme, the audience were 'suddenly Ltartjed by'a voice'from; Mini- one in thecougfegaiion Ueiiiaiuiiiig in a half querulous, half aulhoritative tone, ' W.liy don'tiprcaclu-rs do sueh things now.a di.ys.-7 .; In ati instant, every eye i 111'the house was turned upon the individual ! who had .the eflrontery thus.to ihvade the t_ J credness^of their] tanctujtry. , The speaker • paused lor a nionit-nt, and-fixed his pchetra-! ting gaze full upon, the face of the que-itioucr. \ There- was :in interval ot (intense silenc...

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

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

" : l«»i*0«*c0_^ «» Wo CrOaD^TtwO' - GKEATPe„^_S«JTlt»N 1 ~ • GrM RWh^r^i:keie Good, 'WSSf fti ^£^'miCE.mmJi£ii:' ^HBl*rtc«f^fl*%^r^tatoc_;ojf Jancf.jaB^e^ • X tic anu St*Hc,0«(od» eyer brought into SMfltiCif, haiuiacotirfty.!'"Wie-fa'fi'dM' _k_ Dj^'Gp^i' coni*' pristae in peui sis lbll6w*:J"; ¦' S.'. - 'ti*v=">«su«i"' Rlc-C_^jjiJite8UkB,,y'^:Fa8hioti«bte8a ' ".Vm}: '» ?';. •= . i.Px^cJj-piuraeitrr^V. ^">!BlacV! . * " ' r^P'^WMet;^"* ,Glawa-_ormcV;" •*¦'¦"'¦"'"'•"':' ; f" ""^"•-'Toorffi*'"- •Bonn«SirtMii,i ^•<-i-}r"::-\wv&¥^\V*ti^> , All wool Detniticv f v -; ¦ :• - VelverDrjB* Onttouni via* PiUMiafi.,,; do, .v , f; ,,FiR, tJL._colrJd.Y*tfbl»^Bi',' , Plaid de Cosra, s. Fitly Bay Statc,aa«avT-, Clouded de Bcrge, "Coshuiere ":".'.-'' Aa\:v'\ , Ehgl_H;Meriiioc*,_":' ' Brocha i. "'j7T dot-& j ; i Pararhetto'Sj ¦ --•••.-:,- :- '': >'6_k;'--,;T-'<'i-->'.-:li' 'd»*-W5 0. k Ljomwe'.ClolliSv - ;: ' • Gloves, Howery; pt_;; &am...

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

,; busin'Bsss -ckkos... .' ... . --.- ----: ,.- -.-:• . . ..-> ?. }i- ;,'-.-- i!---1 ¦ ;°- ••'' - ---^-- j. - '•'!.''-'- ''_.'¦&E, Baliiwin, - -.; ";- <;'• -,-•'.-MANUPACTlIBERSi OF SAI)DL!ES , HARNESS, Trunks, Whips, _e., in tlie Basianent of Searle's Hotel, Montrose, Ta. .-I, .:.'¦:..:! (I ¦ . ¦; " " i ~— *'± 'J- ^-'^'.i'-1 ,<' -Ef -rh-% -V- r~ ' • €^saa_pjjs;!;;* .\t%-_ BOOT AND SHOE MAKXR. IBhop first door ea«| of Odd Fellow.' Hill, Turnpike-nt.,, Montrose. .. ¦ / -" • '-^, wTlfi^eto_;|:': }' ¦ }/[/ ' GAN now be found at his new stand oa Owcgd st. two door* west of Igearle's Ilofrl, wliere_hc effectually repairs with ydispateli Watches, Clocks, Jcwclrv, Guns, and cverv.descriptiriu of Machinery. Whecrcutting; Gun arid Watch; materials supplied to thd trade. >.'¦' 'u- -. ¦ y I : - J "' • . *_ -7~~~~~y~ jj„ fi. Bmitlij !i : S1JRGE0N DENTISTj MoiitnKvira., at.SearleV _ Hotel, Mondays an(t.Tqesdays of each week. "'-", ' ' Henry|-S!__£|pp^ ..'".•...

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

' _nibM>«r*'HBB„M, Y OU have juft aAle^aXig^l itriumtdii-On thd bloo-Hets'field flfrrfeafce, ;Mrith' - Frocaom./or vottr'watchwoW and wi f| rjerror' of Kmpn-for ybir iwttfe-axe.jyou havewwtjglit fcfevblirfioh whicn W the Old, Wprld'wouytlijlvei shateri off the crown, if not trie Aratf of eycty';deSiJot,'arid burled him beneath the'shattered?, rnfna'bf litis own throne: "And Vnow amid your! high rviofcitigijand the jnMUiiit slrouta 01 victory on.every.hajid,! breech you rbrget hoVthdse humble c^npanic^y" rhOTclutiRtovoirr gtandards in theday'offowr adyir^t|ahd defeat; aria who are witn ybu now-in pre>r}pbty atiri; success, espcdallV your, old patriotic frie'ttdtfrir. Drktist,' •"'- -'-'"' "¦ WhO on tlie siinhy heigbts'offar'fimcd tfotiHtvu'e,:"-[' Has met vrjlur deadliest Cficmvand wOii the victory too. 4 1 Eritrenehed.within his ga|09'of pearl' upon' his eboii •' .thrtmes, i'S"t'i/' ' ' ' • ',' ": ' ": ' '[ ' He wears.,ti ciown of acliiiig ncn'cs, and -speaks in hi...

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

sa-pnHBOHppnpaa ' .mMmdsm^m^ii ' l.-.i'l •"1,: -^StI9iMlJ4P%Ml*«^?_i^i; \?'i , ll ,..=,.. >»,.,, J;t:#b,t;_wK;i:!.;^rrl!M I* r _! now -oiulr' t© fliepublib the most choice inVf Vl; the U.ttbilk*ixa -t*•'6ood* „. bei had any ? rho'tfein the coiStitrv; and fer tbe-veirto*<wt p>ite^. ' rithbutvariation; • "¦' :-':•"-.,^.V; v, <-'!j-- 'f-' 'tt"T BEAv\rMADK^CLpT^f.y} I 'A'!- SUMMER STYLES: I.'X?'P&t"&'Co.:!htrf• jufl! ' made ahrxg 'b addition :tb"tBelr Bto^o^dbthlnfe, ionststhtg now tjfeverytliipg u^rfrAble.(blithe bttjer, it.subh-prices | )i'«rc sure:' to'sflit,1' Th^ gopjfi'fifes , nade first ratci^-.fre^Vhiu^t^ji r^rfcfft'be^uM; f'tibt Bnperibrrprjany eyerbeforfe'offi^ii yh'tajsmt:' ,. let,'; Our stock? comprlaea Cbat^mehlitcKjFWrijlth. Nipks, Frocks Ibd'Busfnciis.;' Tw'eed, .-CU^nue.rW*wi-i leaii Sacks atfiflfVbcks, alsV^tirbwn'j and .wJilte^Siini-i nicr.pl.-lhT'imdi*rillcd. Vksts—Wlilt4 a'pftl coloreil,-Ma'paine*, Yalifi tin. Lasting, fi...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

LOVE A&D MONEY. ; J^ies qijb §k^W. A STORY OF EMS. * '/. Ems is a charming, place. . It lies about twelve miles to the south-east of Coblenti, in the valley of the Lahu—that miniature Rhine, all bordered with orchards and vineyards, and steep wooded hills. Nothing can-be more romantic than the situation of the town, which consists of one long irregular/line of hotels and lodging-houses, with the mountains at the back," the river in front, and long double rows of acacias and lindens plante&a't each side of the carriage-way. Swarms of donkeys with gay "saddles, attended by drivers in blue blouses and 'scarlet trimmed caps, loiter beneath the trees, soliciting hire. The Duke of Nassau's band plays alternate selections of German, kalian and French music in the pavilion in the public garden. Fashionable invalids are promenading. Gaming is going ' forward busily in the Conversation-Haus alike daily and nightly. Ladies are reading novels and eating ices within heari...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

%sm M$m. ^m^ j. -- |i i|-U,KXTRACTOFR0M-A:-, !' | '.'•¦ iSPEEC^OPHOir, 0. ErfiiHGIiE^ON, .. j, ]| |, pr Mississippi,. ,. -,;' | ', : ; ; W'b**'nocMo*,'lErBESE!frATivEs,! I '[¦ ' [ f[j[ February 22, f 855.- ' -; [ '.' | Before I jprococd'to considerjthisfsubject I \jfish to premise what I may sajy;. is|intendcd to a|>ply; !to the organization as it exists in' the States: where its character land §onduct have be^Uj^tfv; elopcd in the recent elections. l"6r, as yet,!! have no!sufficient evidence that it exists! tci j|ny considerable extent in the South; §ri ifjit do, that there are any foelings, or opinipnjj,|i.common to the orderjr iu fhe two sections ibf the Union. ; | jFirst^then, what lire the constitujent elembuts of tHis» grand congloinenitje ? So far as hi secrets ;have been revealed, bolitipil and religio-finatical Abolitionists s6em to be its controling;spirits. Is thb propositibp called in question?! If so, 1 shall oftl^ an ^rray-of lis - .latiuiouyjiu support ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

SHOETSEBMOHOHTHETOtES. A venerable colored gentleman, who calls himself * Professor Julius Cesar Hannibler ? holds forth weekly in one of our papers, and" sometimes: mixes considerable satire in his pe- \ culiar discourses; -The following is the tt*to~) fessorV last Lecturer J|? , "-".•,: :; ' r -"¦ ' Mr Dear Gbumblkbs:—In'cordance wid , my.proinise, I will spoke to jo'u dis ebenio'.' on de prewailin' epedemic* ob de day; !Ydu=sXwill find iriy text on.de ,tongs ob ebery.body i in de.kbmunity from BiirA^tor down to de iimekill mlin. It am written in unmistakable characters and deep lines on de phizes ob de px>r-—and in de anxious faces ob do rich.^^ ^ It am none as Habd Tntp."i; - ' ' It'js hard <i'mM,VUn^ de merchant's lady,, as she alights from her carriage decked in twothousand dollar set of diamonds, thousand" ° ' dollar furs,^iundced dolltir dress, and delicate - opera cloak. It's, hard tim&—-husband couldn't afford ho greater display, times are so,be...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

f Select ¥otfcS>' ; thos. CtanpbeU on the American Flagi t'Diled States, your banner bears T«?oemblems; one of Fame, .' ~ Alas! the other that iLwcara, • .! Proclaims your nation's shame. • :: Your high renown in glorious types, ; Is blazoned by your stars, ! . But what's the meaning of the stripes T l They^meon your negro scots. RErLT TO TUE ADOV« Bt GEORGE tCHI, OF MASS. ': England,"whence comes each glowing hue '.*< i That tinto your flag of "metcor'/.h' ghtr j [ The Plrenming red, the deeper blue, : Crossed with the moonbeam's pearly white T » '/.'., \The blood and. bruise—the blue and red, , Let.Asia's groanmg millions apeak; ¦ The white, it tells the color fled s From gtarving Erin's pallid cheek.

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

The Hew Hampshire Election. The Citadel, has yielded, the last stronghold of the Bdughfaced Hunkers at the North has been carried by storm, and the nag of freedom waves in triumph over the old granite State.-' Pierce, rTouglas &Co. saw the ¦ torm.at a distance, and exerted their [whole powers to avert the threatened calamity, but all in vain. Tlie State that has for the hist twenty-five years stood side by side with N. Carolina in her endeavors to crush out free Northern sentiments ^ has come up, yrith a bound,* and.arrayed herself proudly liy the side of Ohio and Massachusetts, Illinois and Vermohti! Despotism has been dealt.a blow in the home of her chief, that will' be felt through every part of her foul and withered carcass, and the sound thereof will ba received with a shout of exultation, wherever there exists a friend of freedom. , Some nine years since, John P. Hale was placed, upon the Democratic ticket, a* a candidate for Congress. He was known to be a true a...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

The Democracy Vindicated-fThe Know* I HoftingiVjOtiafar.l In the course of a spirited debate in the lower ^ House, of Congress, ; February 27th, Mr. Letcher of Virginia, indulged in a tirade against! the Know-Nothings^ accusing them, among other enormities, of paving defeated the Democracy and elected! anti-Nebraska men wherever elections have been held at the North. When!ho came to!speak of the result in Pennsylvania, Mr)9jtr itte, a Representative from the fourth district m this State, (whose scat will be filled in tijjs next Congress 4»y a ' Native,') interrupted;h)m for the purpose, of defining the position of parties in Pennsylvania, which he did| as follows: " Will the gentleman from Virginia permit me to make a remark which bears upbtt this point of his tpefech f It is this: that there is not one rinde member from Pennsylvania who will c<jmc to tbiS House in the next Congress; for the first! time, as an anti-Nebraska man, who has not been elected by a combinati...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

. Party! Aspect! and 'Prospects- Nothing] ciould be more appropriate or truthtul than the; following remarks of the Sew- York Daily \ Tribune on the recent' Fusion ' triumph in New-Hampshire, j We commend them to the carefulj consideration of those men- of Susquehanna county—we believe just one iu number^-—*ho having opposed the Dei locratib party ill the days of its greatness and glory, may« feel inclined, by humble appeals from its trembling [leaders, to come to its rescue now,; in the day of its weakness and degradation; The hardihood of those wbq can make sjuch !an appeal to j Free-Soil rich, in favor of sa party ,organiza- ! tion whose base pandering to the Slave Power has roused! up the North to destroy it, is most astonisl ing, and" shows the disorganization and weakness of the party, and the consequent desperation of ifsronce insolent and overbearing leaders. ' I —But heai what Mr. Greeley says about the duty and prospects of Free-Soil men_;. ','; -"«°^|K5'ffi* kEwJH...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

The Hew Editor- ! TorlhisJlepublican, . Messrs. Editors t—\Ye are much amused down this way to see the; pitiable state of excitement the Democrat has been in ever since election. Few copies4of the Democrat come into our neighborhood now, but several of us enjoy a good laugh over one epp'y to see.the desperate effort that: is made to find oufcwhtit hit them. Six, eight or ten columns of original matter is ground out for every paper.— It seems as if every individual Democrat that is left in the party had gone to writing political articles. Gre v heads and beardless chins * T " t , - are pressed into the service and made to work for dear life. ; We .never[saw so great an effort made on the eve of an important election. A sere w must be loose some where, for the excitement is running to the highest pitch. It is hard telling what Would become of the poor creatures if t|iey were not occaslonally cooled off by a ;wet sheet like the election of Wilsqn to the United States Senate a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

CHASE'S ATTEMPT AT EXCTILPATI0H. | ! ¦¦ Friar tUfe Bradford ' Reporter. j It is an inevitable arid natur^ consequence of a departure from the tiftth sof trutli and rectitude, that the erring find themselves speedily entangled in an end less maze of falsehpod and. cuplieity, plunjftng! deeper! and deeper into i he abysai of dissimulation and aiid deceit, until finally, falsehood will; answer nolongtr, and the! wrctc^'.beconies an object of con :empt and scorn, criisb' ed beneath a! sense of guilt and infamy k or it. may be, if hardened ana seared in evil-doing, defiant of the! judgment and contumely of a discerning and correctly judging public, jj j! i i Our, quonpany friend- (lias^, is experiencing this truth, equally apjlicaple in a political as well as a moral sense, o% the last numtieir of the. Montrose 'Democrat, abupdantly, testifies. Convicted before thbi-world, of altering a private letter, "jchnigiiig its language ajifi perverting its tnCahitg, jTie meets the charge ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

WESTBEK POirUCS '-'"'V'" CBssppolis, Cass Co., Michigan, 1 • m^ ir *W"" ' M<*™* V, 1855. f To ffte Editor of the Natuinal Eta: ' - a I feel the impbrtance of sust^ning Anti-Slavery papers, and have felt that your paper was doing good", service in the cause of * Liberty and Republican principles'; but recently much space lias been devdtedto Anti-Americanism, instead of Anti-Slavery. Now' sir, when you oppose the Americans and Republicans, and favor t'he Catholic influence you do jusj what is done by eveiry Locofoco '- PP*1"in the country j it is, in fact a Locofb. co hobby. And the I^ocofoco party in the North being now strictly a Pro-Slavery party, therefore I do not think it proper to patronize any paper that plays intoj.tbeir hands. -Now, sir, suppose the FixVSoilers in Penasylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois,! Iowa, Wisconsin, and Michigan, should take your advice, 'and draw off frpmthe; Republican party, it would so divide the party, in all those? States, as to put th...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

1NDEEEHDEHT REPUBLICAN. CHARLES F. READ AVD R. U. FRAZIRB, EDITORS ; MONTROSE, PA. , Thnrsday, march 99, 1S55. ' T _ ' ' '. ' , i ' i r i ,;•»—¦

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

^B!" The proceedings of the Republican meeting held at Susquehanna Depot, February 33, will be found on our fourth page.— They are interesting, »but would have been much more so,if they had appeared at the proper time, ^e wish our friends, if they j expect us to, publish reports of meetings, j would send thep to us directly, instead of j starting them off ou a trip to York State, and leaving us to huftt them up in an exchange, a week or two after the meeting is held, as happened in this case.

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