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

•10,000 OP NEW GOODS great Attraction t Great Rush for the New Goods at £aton's ONE PRICE STORE!. , , THE largest and cheapest atock" of Fiuicv,-Doin^ tic and Staple Goods.ever bronghf into 8u«qnt. hanna county. One hundred cases Dry Goods, coin. . prising i|i part as follows:'. .' -.' Rich Changeable Silks, Fashionable Silk nnd Pat. V, Stripe; , ¦': "" ' ¦ ; , [Bonnttj1 "PLMd. • " !. French Plmnct .' "" I " Black " ¦ j SOO.pieces Bonnet Rib- =j Olassa Bomict " ' f, - . [bon3 4 Bonnet Satrns, 1,100 pes. Fancy Drew io. | All wool Delaines, j Velvet Dress Cuttbns, I Par isian do | Fig'rd. & coIrU Velvets 1 Plaid de Oissa, ! Fiftv Bay State Shawk"' I y«"Wcd de Bage, .: • ( Cashmere. do 1 English Kennocs, Brocha . do'. I Paiametto's - - fj;^ - do •• "I Lyonese Cloths^ "> Gloves, Hosiery, etc 1 Cpburya -.v -.-'•-' •' -- Clotiia, Cassimercs, 1 Foench ehanhle de Reive, Vostings, I Embroidered Robes, . Flamjeln, ,'Y E Ginghams and Prints, ¦' , .Wool Blankets, ¦ ' . | Scotch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

laies w §fe^^s Prom Ballou's Pictorial. MRS. filODY CHANTICLEER, THE EETOBMER. . . . i— ¦¦¦¦!. ¦ ' BV ALICE. CARETl o ; Tmran! tha sunset of a mild autumnal day, in the year lS54^ two sleek, plump, i»nd motherly-appearing hens might havebcen seen with their heads close together, and exchanging looks of exceeding great wisdom,- as they stood, a little aside, in the barn-yard of John Moses. Oldstyle. The .precise 'local habitation' of the aforesaid John Moses matters not to the interest of our story, as it is with all his pretty chickens, and riot with himself, that we have to do. No- fnrmer in the coun try, perhaps", ever paid greater .attention to the'rearing of fowls-! than he, and probably hone, up to the day mentioned, with more uniform success and satisfaction. A more commodious hen-roost was nowhere to be se*n.'nrul rtp jsordtry /*m]d be found, better provided with straw, corn, water, gravei aiWf all other things needful for the comfort, and convenience of reasonable he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

TEACHEE8* INSTITUTE . From the Delaware County Jtrmtblicml ;¦;;. •.. ¦ [ByBn^ft-il: ", ' i 'Maiu>»i JASOAhlraath ^ ieBS. I;:Mb; C. W. Deass :-^At the li^te session of the Teachers' Institute of Delaware Cbuntyi; Hri unanimous resqluti«>n wasjpassed, request; ijife a copy of your admirable j^ssay on the f Teacher as a Student," for bttfelicatipn; "'' ' Uh' seconding this -re&luti^AU'allow me to add, that its'publication will.mo|doubt confer the same gratification and .profit upon: the much larger uumber!that:.w(ll Ihus haire th« pleasure »f.reading it,?fhit.tlie,\hearin» of. itf did upon myself in, common with the m?mbbrs of the histltute'generally; i' !^ Very respectfully,! C. P{ HART, Sec, ' .¦¦ THE TEACHEE AS AjfJTTJDElfT. : :,'i' !bt c.-w. DBAKS. i - . ¦' if The jUisk of presenting ty an assepbly a Cbllectibn of thoughts upejn ft particiiljir. subject of inquiry, though always a somewhat 'delicate and responsible one, becomcp peculiarly so, when we...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

A Hide Behind the SapwPlO'w .'Among)''ihe" things which I havej always longed to ^ee is the work I of a itunr plow; driven along the covered track, throughheapedi'snows,;drifted into.deep cuts.- TJ^ial.haye at "length seen. The train came to .W.atertoWn frorii Cape Vincent,'; N. Y., with two engines and a show plow; When" we reached Piermbnt Manor,-tfie eoiductc* kjiridlyai;- ceded to my wish to go forward and take a_ berth with the engirieer. i was soon in pbs-I itiori. !Eor two days it had been storming. The air was murky and cross. The'fnbw was descendinginot pcacefillly and dreimiiy, but whirled and made wild by fierce winds. The forests were laden .with snow and the jn. terior looked.niurky-and dreadfulasa witch cs den. < Through such winds I began to rid^ upon the plow-shoving;engine. The bnjji: rieer and firemen were covered- Avith snow from heftd to foot, and looked like millers who had never.'brushed their coats for a generation. -The floor .on' which we stoo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

j v |j; Jefferspn'f Opinion. ;. ' • It is a singular fact that most of the sages of ' the revolution, as with prophetic vision, foresaw dangiir threatening our liberty from foreign emigration to this country. -No; great statesman! of^the Union has failed to leave a r ecord bf his fears-and to warn his countryman of coming evil. The following is! from ' Jeflersdii's Notes on Virginia,' and was written during the Revolutionary War.. Theau--thor assupied a period of twenty-seven jand a q|uarter! years for doubling our population, by natural!increase, and in speaking of tpe importation of foreigners, says: | I j ." Butltb^re are other iriconvenierices to be thrown ijftb the scale against the advantage expeetcdiVrom a multiplication of numbers by [he inipo%ation of foreigners? It is for the happiriess of those united in society to har--jnonize Us much as possible in mutters which they must of necessity transact together.—- Civil ^vernment being the sole object of iforminglsocieties...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

7: x tSE OAB.VSS WALK. :-•:¦- Seiecifocitfr :.,. VMm.tored Jown the gardea wait, _ MTJierc she beneath the Jree8 w(as sitUng, * The ftint ilay shadows round her Billing, . As some leaf moved upon ite stalk. The apple blossoms, falling stew,''. Jlad nestled raid tier sunuj tresses, - ; Till it seemed wondrous such caresses Did never melt such seeming snow. ghe read n book upon her kivee, - . I knew Hwas mine. One white hand listless . Prooped o'er the page with croee resistless,' ' As she had died^o till eave mc! * ¦¦'' .About her fell, half gold, half gray, Shadow and sun, through young leaves sifted While she, with delicate head utilised, Seemed some unblossomed bud of May. ' ¦ ' / , ' ' - x - ¦ ' ' The vcrv birds themselves were dmrib, And through the foliage peeped in wonder, i At that fair student shape that under In search of quietude had come. . • ' I stepped upon the soundless moss ^> -And crept behind with muffled b cathihg. My fingers o'er her eyelids wreat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

"FUSION" . - Not a Know-Nothing, Whig, and Free-Soil !' Fusion' but a real old line pro-Slavery Hunker one. It is said "misery makes strange bedfellows;" so do politics sometimes. Our Pierce and Douglas friends, who have bc»n deploring their ill.ltick, and venting all kinds of denunciations upon their enemies, who appeared banded together for^heir. utter overthrow? have suddenly recovered somewhat of f| their-spirits, with the idea that they can turn A their enemies'weapons upon their own heads; and instead of being startled from jtheir inidy night dreams at the thought of fusion, they arje nowj*ady to fuse and coalesce with any v and every thing that holdout the faintest prospect of enabling them to avenge themselves on their inortal enemies, the* Knownothings. An amalgamation with the fi gendsofall parties is eagerly sought, that they may, by any means obtain a victory—not a Democratic victory, but a Whig victory, a Fusion victory,.or any other kind of a vicfo- / I ry, so ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

:;'.¦'• Gov. Pollock's Bank Veto. ' ;In, another column'^ill' be found' Gov Pol ,*¦ locals, veto of the biiltb incorporate rheBank .v:Of Ppttstown. The niessage is well written, ¦ __ .and Meets great credit upo„ thc wisdom - °rtnP^S and honcstyof purpose of the Exec' 1^T; ^ WehoPeit*il!«^^nie effect ip allayaiig.the Bank mania that, seems now to Perv^fhe Legislature/ Th£^iririjority .ih thathody, b^fe ^^ ilis creaiing^ew hanks ; ^ numbers unwarranted by the wants of community are passed ;with most unwise fa--cihtyi may her^r'rjridgood cause to repent]* their rashness, ^t is true, that the • old hne Democrats are! found both votin-TJ^-inA ^ *«*¦ UUs-> butth^ ,part^WinT>enottd;M.|essWdv on that ,,. ?™?T^B£^™<>^ Present i .Legislature, ln, $^ ^ b oapr tal,as an evidence^ th^dangerous col I • ¦* . ^^^^^^^^ofgovemmentin ¦ Ptber hands than iheii-Vn. And/s-.en an .;. argument would#.have iriuch force 'with the | .-:• ., peopfe a large proportion ofwfcom ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

"Tm Snake Scbtched, not Killed." From yariousiindibatroris w*£re led life, lieye thatjCamerLn if secretly §arshalingjis &r^K$dMK dc^tepbrt.torsoSre ihis ejection to M Serine beM tho*dja«>n ^ent^th^Legaituiie|?rt isgiin outat tfai-Tislmtt U^ bef ,n9y?candid|re, aod there, fore IhejiriembM areiard to bo more favor ably inclined to £ reconsideration of their action in adjourning thej election till next October, and they wiR perhaps hold another Coiivention f..r the ejection of a Senator before adjourning. .Shduld Guefi a thing occur, we predict that Camtroh [will be on hand again; with a large increasePf Hunker Democratic supporters. ;¦.-'.: * .- r •• '.;; By Am way, we see that the Lehigh Vat--fry Times, which wasjjiscreetly silent pend ing the late Scnatorialj struggle, for fear, as the editor says, that hi might have been sus' pected of being bribed^ now comes"out boldly in Civpr of C-itherpn,. and thinks it was a mean trick for the 'Whig Americans' to bolt be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

The Catholics and Oojmhon Schools. some idea of the man'per in wh^h the Roman Catholics would cbbtrol our Common Schools, it; they had th(j[power;ipay be obtamed fronj the following extract from the report, of the County Sujierintendent of Elk county to |the State Superintendent,; It is the duty of, the Supcrinte;ndent to mnriect the teachers and to visit thofisebools; butiin this case the Catholic School directors would not permit MrJ:Gillis to do^ther; but his ,,h.ce was supplied, in violaf ioii?bf the law, i> a RovumCalAolic priest/ $o grbss an abuse should be corrected at cMce, rind the public money be nb ;Ionger misapplied. Wc annex the pa^sagorfrbm Mr. Giljjs' report!: \ ! i A dyTiculty^of three J-ears'Standing, between the directors of Penzinger and sfchdry cUi«ns of tl.« h! ?' ^ 4^raa>"ied a sehfeol, Wh;dh>ag denied ho^h IS » b ?- "*rtf- J ^ P^«Ioned, and though I had noauUiority whatever in the matter the case the entire afternoon, Succeeded in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

; I • 't • r^- Pawage of the Anti-License Bill The bill to rjjpeal the Tavern License laws of this Corambiiwealth, passed the House, March ldth;.by| a vote of 47yeas to 30 nayjs, both of bnrnieihbers voting in theaffirmjitive. The billj nW goes to the Senate^ arid its Cite iri. that body is uncertain. The bill is a stringent one, arid dries away with tlie whole license system. The following synojK sis of ir|provisions we take from ithe Harrisburg Hjerald: .;.- i ! "Thii biil prqvldes for the repeal of aH laws rc)al!irig to;inns, taverns, arid rctailerk of vinous brj spirituous liquors, arid makes it unlawful tio keep br! maintain any house. roon|i or place' inhere venous, spirituous, inalt ojbrewed Jiqifors or! any admixtures thereof are sold or drank, | Any person or personl who shall keep for sale, or sell in Connectiorl with any .bther business, vinou.s 'sniritiunw malt orbrewed liciuors, by any measure, or yoluntnrilv afTord > plac-e or my. other con ycnienee dr;i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

3^^: ^PnMllnJnWlatr If*^i' ..Venaima Depofc * ^ * our*vX. Tlt -the factof -Mr. BalcoInJ ?|S?^erteW, ^and s ^; P»t ihf lo ? tmg at S««1uoharri4a' «"Ujtiryer at thai p^l V°Mng, a"^"^ «rf0f6-0f a schsatioi, t©-ift7l ??uoe f/^N. ticipatcd. : w-«-«iad humbly an-_The last two numbers5 of tl,r. \r [ Democrat have contained articles *»« ¦ wh-7'^""rJmU Snsqnehnniia' ?? uch Mr. lljndsis attacked as an an lin I ettifogger.&c., and tlfc size and inipo>* of the meeting sadly berated. With *f ° consistency and want of- concert, genc^ cJniracteriz.na such politicaLand £&»»/?. _ ™.!?V™..»^ writF fover the modest^' fbrmidrtbfe ;s gnature d «M,iusr[ m;£? mously adipits that -thereW^A^£' s<uis at the .rieetirig, all told, "while the S ,' writer wit „ot allow bu^^^eaker; 2 a . -As the, i^mtin,which- ti»0:weetir1<r U fe.d va.s ««njec4d with rind:,,pe„ed i,,^ Uar-lluuni, Avhlch wa« a|s„.Tiilfbf bconU niay be; .that; the last writer riiaycEi-V first writer wi* ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

CHARTS F. RKAO AND H. nl FHAXIRR, EPITOR: MONTROSE, PA. • Thnrsday, TlnTrVh 80, 1855.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

Mr. Hawes on the "Horrid^^m»»aetion., ^^^^^^SBSSiS^^^^Hii^Mi 1 ' 'i! fortheilitmblUan. I " ^^XX ~:iEsQ» °F If"iENDBTOLl*V-SiK 1 ^#f vn|»PP«i?riirily of scclng.yoor;co.n mkinie»t]ouift the Democrat, lost week, where y. Ou aricuse ihe of strikipgriiy hired girl, Miss ¦ .^i ^^ <«^'r^.W<A im «K,«B.||*B^ht of-.he ISthoFMareh.J I think it necessary' that such aiscaridulous. fiilsehood should !be contradicted^ I care nothing about such reports at horni ^ where flieir falsity V'known, but abroad they might be believed. Miss Birdsall wasjhotatmy bouse at all on the night of the. 15th of March, nor at any time since the 13th, when! she went to reside with Mr. Johnsonj; StoneJ While at my hbuw nbewa snevef struck: with an axe or othfei deadly wcaptjri by nle or any body else thL I am aware of. She could not have bclr very 'seriousljr hurt* on the 15th, as she wis at a Singing sphool nt the Baptist Church in Middletown, ^n the ev enings of the 16th and 17th, and took an ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

,>;!; Apnl'Coum--/ ' t- ,= -.-U a ,.' * _ : '¦ - as & ' ' . An act iias been recenSy passed by the Legislature, changing the time of bbldhi" the ... ^ urfjof.Susquetianna'ooUnty,fromtie'thirdi ^ ^n^tothe.first MbndayofApril,theactto take eflVct immediately.:> But jurors have heen summoned and proeelses made returna-Wefi.r;tbe present year, on the third Monday as heretofore. Consequently but j-ttle business; will'probably.be done at the approacb".gTerm, and the cases ofl! the trial list ¦ 3 Wlile«ferall. v go ow to August Term; un- • Jess the 'powers,that;be" make some other ' «nange|in the programme. ; It *«pr0ppiea I : to-get the act amended so as not to take ef-1 ; feet UIJ|next year," but we hkve not learned that it has been done. Hcxprt L0G,c._The m« of reasoning in ^ogue among the OldSHurikersofthisre^on "^ru ^ if«<<very logical. It reads something m this way • The Republican parthe Republican party and the Know Nothings; are also ide...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

Teacheri' Asso&afioa. For the,,Iirpx,ifican.. Ihe Susq. Co. Teachers) .Association met m Sprinfivillc <m .Saturday! March 17th The President being absent, the me' eting was called to order by the;Sec., and Oliver Lathrop was chosen Pres. pro. tern. Prof. W. Richardson opbncd! the exercises with prayer. The £ea read the proceedings of U^ e meeUng held kt Harford University on tno JJ4fh. ' . ! f Theamendments to the fconstitution, llaid ov«r from last meeting, were read, and on motion, declared to bejadopted. The following resolution was then'proposed for discussion^; • Resolved, That we! believe females to be as well adapted to;! governUuri schools as males. : -...;;' '•:-'' ... It was discussed pro and con by Professor Richardson, Wm. !!Jelcher| Geo. Lathrop Abel Cassedy, Jno./Comptori, A, Beardslev E-q., D. T. Handrick, O. Lathrbp, and others, with a considerable degree of interest. It was generally conceded; that, in primary schools, female tericliers Were...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

!•;'.! :-| A'Card. " } {' • «58^R6i, RgAn.-& Fraeikr:—Under the bead of^impbttant disclosures': the Demit crat of last week contains ah article in which the edit^ claim to havethfl proof that Jurjgp Wilrijoti was iii|tia! tcd into tjhe secret, orfler called Know Ni.)things hist fjill when attending Court jin this place,' in j a certain iupter roornpf^eirle's Hotel in this Village/ ! ( ^a,a^ye statement is a|io« faliricatim having no foundation in truth, r '¦ }. 1 hajve; placed fifty dollars in,tlio hands of C. Avpry Esqi^to bo paid hy him to E. B; Chasejwheh he proves by 'ihe most respect fi&'and Vtheniost reliable witnesses 11 at1: Judge;VYil|not or any oth°r man was initini; ted into the Kjiow Nothing order in any pj rt; of Scarlets Hotel last fall <jr at any other' time- ! !!'! ¦¦''¦; I?. D.Searu.1 •[ Montrose, March 28,1855. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

lH to i i L ,„ ¦ gggggBgaggggBgaggaaW 60V, POLLOCK'S VBTO O^ ,, ^ INCORPORATE THK Bjd* OF . ¦ - j foi^6|roWN'. ' -' 4f lihc??^^§R^ntotIvcsiI ^' i ^ entle*en-$ he>riwith iTctuta t^ th mtc|d, bffl No. 276, ^titled « Ari Act antho nzn g to mcoporationj^>he Bank of p"^- A i T m K «»t>J^M» to the same.-Ski?0 ^^J*i"md *** «n.*nt bndl?ig ,CaP ,''al in i'^:rVato b« ^^enscd ? and if so, to what extent, and in what local,. SJ?<J"^, !,ms :h:ft :^rve, and should rm-he a careful and «riidi.d consideration. -, in iiC ""• l*?°nsil ^crests are permitted KErr-1"*!^^^^, the answer will mX* ? »Cu . nusu ^Bn J extraordinary r iunrber °f application* for; bank charters now ^T" s ,n ltne J^gWature. But the Hi ^ ^""'"b ci ther::the wishes or.the vnuilf. ot the community I.i„ .his reganl.-Their number, and the pertinacity with which hey;are pressed, have Juiced and alarmed the piblie mind; nor hjislthe fl.vo.able ,nc tnm-of the Legislature in granUng these demimuVserved ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

The New Htunpahire Election. line Aew ;lork £veniit9 Vri,;. which- ha. King Utij one. «,f lite miKt Influ^tial'- and ably conducM De.riocratic papers in the cluntry, sbeak.hg of tjhis election sav*: TT" ^t-'H1 | P r,<?^ Section" in New Ixampshxre sh,„jld notjbcalh.wed t.,pa<s with-;«|t remark. (The new partv of Know No.hr| nds of the ..dm.mstrati.jn and the whi"«. n.leed, th.j only wi^» riis.ance which thev met was tpun |the diinv^nitie organization W numbers ofthe ^hig.having desert^!; lie Know Nothings and the Freesoilers having been a most enti'tely absorbed into the majority by vhiefiythe'eleetions hrivb been cained. \ - ¦ T.• "' nnw?ed ^Ha ^"Ceof fM freesoilers as a party .,, tin* election-is a proof that the sue ee^ sfu candidates were regarded by them L perftx-tly orth^ox on he s avery question.- Of the democratic candidates for Conirress i iw - „-naa voted against the Neftraske bil^ bu U was understood that^^^ they Were disposed to acquiesce in that mea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

¦ The Sunday Iio>or Law. I ih,^^.?w P|;"f,,l ?,t !nS thd sale of liquor ion the SabbatVday.g^ into effebt on tV first «te lJn<H,his aw; any tavern keeper, beer house kc^rtifipld 8hop kS f or keeper of any eating h.iu'se/fhoP se1l^ knowmdy permits j any spirituous or molt liquor, w.ne or cider, to'be drank on his folh^r ¦* ^ Wt ^"aCne hS to .he ...former and t!he. other half to th" J^K a?- ^'^ *n»: viator may also .n addition to?he above penalty, beS r^itim N^MaK^iel ^ r!ta J0 P°T W«re than #100, aqd be impnwned from t^; to, ti^ydTv»; -T

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