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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

SUJCMEBFRIEHPS. .. -~ ,f^ i-^ eh V; ' • ' • flV.rREDKHICX.S. cozzes. When spring the fiejdsin daisiesi dressed;' And fished thc.wpods with.maple buds. I spied a little bluel«rdV nest. '' • , Witliiii a cedar's branchy; studs. "J:" " It old grey grass, ^huaid with hair'-' - ' ': ''"'• Tlie summer's gun had withered ud ' ' "" Andautumns acorrisstiUwere thereT' • ' ¦ Though^ows had brlrianed its tfeV^np., , 'Wb»t then» ulheardipagrfa hyain . „ And haJfibrgavfethe Jong neglect • ' • » hen perched upoj, the thresholdVki ..-".. A hide feathered architect... And straw by straw thi walls ife wrought And hair by hair, tho ,3oorhe spread • And when hfs.-bme-bird Wifcrhc brought They slept within the nupaal bed. ' '*- ' •. f . , ' Oh how I loved my pranteome ffuest' -„Jf«h?-r,0Tcah5«'^matctob,-." ¦ With jealous care Ifenced their he.<^ > And watched them u they sang or Be^ \ So April, passed^ and gentle-May •' 1 « ent.murmuring b"y with.leaves and bees: And two .small blu...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

_ ¦ I^^f>|ai(e^eiS. l^rom Ballou's rictoriaL hi cousnr from the countey. I - W MRS. il.A. JDEM80K. A tall YaAee told the story; a man Lonv hard-featured, yet upon whose front J the A mighty had stamped genius in unmistakable characters. .'¦¦¦' Said he: When I was a young man I was , awkward, m- lv believe all young men are, whose styitire outruns their .vcars. I had . ¦ grown sd f-ist that people where L'Jivcd lo k-. ed up tolmc, and I of course, as was natural, . looked |own. upon, them ; but. 1 was not ; proud, net at all. ¦ I had! a cousin then, a sfn- i •-gi:.ar;y handsome man. Whose'face to me was - always ajdeliglnfal Uudy. He was not of i sudi ungainly height as myself/but- his hair ' ; was brown and curling, his cheeks tinged .;;. , with, red; his ey«s flowing and. sfiarirtina, I Ins manner commanding, and above all he ' ' -vas a m&ikter. Now in those davs, minis-1 tersv er.Qj.Very nearly made idols ol! and con-! soqucj,iiy were often spoiled. Mv cousi...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

IDDEPipf REPUBLICAN; CHARLES P. READ AND H. H. FRAZIKR, HnjAOIl^ ¦ ¦ •' .•- . ¦ ' I ' ••'**!-, . MONTROSE, PA. * - Thursday, May 17, lB5*i' K. - ' ;c=^=^- i ggfThc intelligent observer of the signs of the times will not fail to seo'(lhat since the demoralization of the old political parties, great changes are constantly andjrapidly taking place, and it is now very difficult to define the position of any party. Especially any party that claims to be National and sctks to unite Northern and Southern men, at this time .of intense excitement on the slaveryquestion, must expect to have its every movement watched with a: jealous eye by the friends of freedom. Judging from the acta of the party called Know Nothings in almost uniformly supporting Free-Soil candidates, we have believed that they were for the most part Free-Soil men, and they were denounced long and loudly, as such, by the organ of the National administration at Washington, and by the presses: and orators of the Soo...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

] TheHs^nnix^x>roscriptive. ' The Natiorial Era looks upon slavery as a great and darig«»B»evil,-snd counsels not only the election of atiti-slavo;ry men to office, to the exclusion of those of (opposite priricj--pjei, but also| thc removal of pro-slavery men frohi office, as in.the case of Judge Lbringpf MaUachusetfci. Wpivgrpe" Mrith. the Era* in lh' i*,and;with it wej bold the slavery question paramount to all o'hers; but wc also believe that .the suprbinacy of the Pbpe of Rome over his faithful lieges in;this country is 'tyrannical, incompatible.with National sovereignty, rinti-Democrntic, and bitterly revolting tq the instincts, education, habits, arid iiistitutions of a lai^c majority of the ci|ijcens of the Free States,'.and wo therefore prefer not to do any thing to increase; or streiigthcn the Papal Power.-'.. -.'! .;-." -j j -- ;' That eminent ririd tmelfriend of American, freedom, Lafayette, said, |"|If ever, the liberties of the United States are ruined,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

FEOJt BABBISBUEO. Adjournment!sine-die—Meeting relating to the return iix October—Mr. PiatCi election as Speaker'df^-the Senate—Mr. Speaker ffiester—+Mr.iSpeaker Strong oftfre House. "'¦ • . •] OtlAniusncno, May, 8,1855. Both hpusjcs j adjourned tine die at 11 o'clock to-day, aftpr a protracted, exciting arid important! session. Already most of the members jiave 'left, and the streets of this, borough are tcsn&ring their wonted quiet The adjournment has been sine die; not to a day certain, and that day the first Tuesday pfOctobcjS as the friends of Mr. jCameron desired. [Their^dcfeat in this, and the final sine die adjournment of the Legislature,, will deprive of all semblance of legality; any attempt at frefConvening the joint Senatorial Convention, bn jthe day named, but it is not at all certain that the friends of Mr. Camer on may ndt undertake some such high-handed procedure;" j A movement looking that way took place oh.jSfoiiday the 7th, when notices were posted...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

The Irith Archbishop of Hew York and H SenatarrBrooki. . | We hitye not found room in oirpaper for the vobjminpu?JcttersiotjArc|ibh bjop Hughes or the replies bl Senatbr/Brobka jbut to giye such of our renders aslhave,not latrned from other ^rces,^sorne idtja.'oif hiiw^he eontroveray; jhas hitherto I; p'fogreswd .find with what res;ults, we"publisl| the follrjwing' comments of the newspaper iprcss ot: the subject Only 4 few Catholic Btjd Jesuit (papers take sides with the Archbishop.- Thiq- riumber of our extracts might be! greatly 'rjiultiplicd if wc cottld spare the robih for them i I'FrpmtheChritiidnJiitelliff-iie' fr. 1 Jolts; HcanES lir A hx.—w| jielieve it was Burke who said that therp m as.jiomething in the!vicious nature of; cunning!,] 4rhich was sure to defeat its uwri ends.! j | | ;f Jphn has. bqeri; generally i|esteemed a shrcwil,:crafty, adroit ^cheraerj ari|d while it Is altogether probable that he js such in his political manceiivres ,Whhour Ajrrio! ric|n demag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

j-r-r- ¦;. - .. ' D1P0BTAHT FROM KAH8A8. , Fruits o/<w«|fter Sovereignty—*FatalAfrag at JfrfrZeavenioorta—Lynching. <03fr: , )Park^-mtue Burning and Stp^ds^ More1; Amlstu Excitemehl^-fTat<i %A,^y. lterd&e;St.I*ui8DcmcKn^MafiuH^ . " We ieate py, the bfficers of .the*teatndi:s Genoa.anpEdipburg, which arrived at this port frowltlicitipper Missouri River yesterday evening, that great excitem.enlK.was prevailing iri jthe cities of ^Leavenworth and Weston dri account of the.murder of Mr. Clark, corhpiittcd in ^the former city. Mr. .Clark, a 'prJo-slavcry man, was shot and instantly k|lfcd by a lawyer of Leavenworth named MjcCrea, an anti-slavery man. The quarrel originated at a squattcr ^n)ecting held sr|; .Leavenworth on Tuesday-morning, May] ^st, on which occasion the parties had somc|ahgry words. McCrca called Clark a liar; /Park strublc hi'm, whereupon the former drew; forth a revolver and shot bis ahtagonisjt|dead on the spot. McCrea then attemptef...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

rasra --;• ~There are, withm a> small fraction, five million ^ Sheep in the State of Ohio. !,.|p-Th(ft Canadian papers notice theebntinu-C«F»rriva» daily of-large riumbers of escaped slices from the United States. ' -, < *T 1 '"--¦»;-.••'•'' - - ¦ .- ¦ ' .-'¦' i.3SP*ePn' Hi8® was expelled from the . Massachusetts House bf Representatives ori •J? nday last, by a vote of—yeas 137, riays 15. —Among the acts of the last Utah Legislature was one called the" " Gift Liw " by which the "faithful "are to vestalltfieirreal and personal estate in Brigham Young. i —Prof B. Silliman, jr., has,beenj testing the Rock Oil, or Petroleum ^ obtained in Ve--nango county,. Pa>, and, finds that it ^scffual in illuminating powers to almost all the gase>, as fluids, commonly in use, and superior to most of them. '*-...'¦» . i -rA nrtiriicipai efectiori in^Providence, R. L,hiw resulted in the election of i Kriow-Nothing Mayor, by 821 thajority, and the W,h™ ^ f the.,soven A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

Triduun in Honor of the Immaculate Canception. The sovereign I'ontitr has, by an indult, dated 2 2d January, • 1855, f granted Jo the faithful of all dioceses and ipoiftbfie vicariates, in which shalf be celebrated ^ a JVt'tfuum or Thr$epay'sDevotion, on occasion of the solemn definition of Immaculate'f Conception of the;JrjverBlessed MotherJaf(j^ic\' -the.follpwmgiiridulgences;' !-,"*? A'partial Indulgence of se,ven years and seven quarantiries for all who shall piously assist at such devotion for any one of the Three Days; and for those who shall assist thereat during the three days, and at the last cri^s^^ree^ y-Sjfeviri^ireceived the Sacramerits: of Penance and. the Holy Eucharist shall pray for the intention^ of his' Holiness, a Plenary Indulgence. T^ese indulgences may ajso be;applied, by way of suffrage or intercessions, to the suffering souls in Purgatory. ¦ ¦ .-..,y:'...'"".'. ¦ , v..-''-.;.".. ¦ ... Ili? Holiness has also granted the privilege of celebrating one Mass...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

. I; How shall Hotels be Sustained- The Village Becard regards this animportanlti-question, now that rio licenses are any loifeer to be granted to hotel keepers I to sell liqiipr, affecting riot only landlords but the pujbjic That houses of. public accommoda tion; are essential :tb, the convenience of citizens; and to the w;ants of travellers, is adthittetj [by all. Heretofore, the owners and proprjejtors have looked tdmost exclusively to th^jprofits upon the sales of liquor for thcifl remuneration ^ an|l .comparatively few houses even when kept ^ temperance^ principles ba|re been able to make a respectable living merely by entertaining strangers and traveltes with food and lodging. * : ¦ . j llit is obvious that the necessity for hotels, to! Entertain strangers and travellers, wiir be i'usi as arcat as river. It is ritrht too. that thnjjsc who are sq essential to public aceom raddation and whose hospitality is extended to, fill—should have a fair and liberal remuneration. -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

i a w.t*inK» Keepi Off ' 1 Worsld of Freedom puts forth The &«}«* m to all ^^,,8 wno the fo'dowing ^ (o T^mn the--scenes-at nay be dispj^ wulted in the destruction Parkville, r1' gg — of5W LU 3 by the rioters in Parkvillc, on *:1 It That the destrrictiqn of the Lumin'**f^' was designed' as an example to *?£fSdTto verfknowmg ly hinted that "Kill moot with a similar fate. .Very «,nl w" have concluded to gWe any number rfneiswhowishto perpetrate such an i ofSly.a fr« P883 to tkinsdom .con,°' sua Weogc them every assistance in our wfr Probably rnanv of them, never took ^Tinware Tourney, and would like to try l^in^ oAaing on .W-»f gj Sol Ja coupfe *^rfj^ft5& -dedlt an opportune ^ou ^ ^ vfe have not a niem»*rm our p j ^ «,f ncluded, who ^^JjLii cfe **- Trl^n favor rarefy to be_met with. !K» be invaded for the purpose of destruc-?£¦ wc cive this timely warningtoa?!, both IS J«».thAt uj,,ess f°y rwl9h ? 'fe° n'lev h^d better keep aloof from itsim-Xdiate vicinity, for...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

T THie^DCWOAJFrACAsiEIIfi: .' he Proprietor, Mr. Ricbasd Hoouhax, respectfullyinforrii* the public that he hat taken una Institution with the design of fitting Young Ladies and Gentlemen for ^he Profession of Teaching, according 4o the'Normal; Mode; or for fitting-Young Men for any other jbuiincss of life. This Institution is.situsted in tho pleasant, retired, and healthy; village of Dundtff, Susquehanna County, Pa., and U unexposed to the many temptations arid vices that are detrimental to the Intellectual and Moral advancement of Students. Tbe Prceptress, Miss M. J, Swart, a highly educated and accomplished Lady, will take entire charge of the Yojring Ladies both in and oiitiof school. Nor will they,.bo allowed to attend panics, or any place of smu^ment, without tbe express permission and attendaniee of the Teachers. Miss Swart will give lesson* aUoin Ornamental Keedle Work, French. Peitcillinjr, Cravonine. Ac. One of-the-prinie objects of thb; Institution, has been to cjUhUsb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

T".r • '.-'= - ; . 1.. - : r j TWoCbapknieil *<!<^j«-.. . ^-- - Menagerie dc«>ir- rSlP" i • Tj ?; S.B. HOWES, iprop'r.i ' j a! // ' Myer.i r£* JMadigan's, tak," Mt& ' CELEBnaiii) . V%tf|A. •EQUESTRIAN TKOUPE; &SJSS " ;Wlthout Extra; Charge; fornunl VmSjJMibT i ; 2 ESIIIBITIONSilN' ONE. vfvf'^l ;For One Day Only.—Aftcrnodi 0fl\ifll :J.: M. NIXONl Dh^orof thj |f\lrTUlI ;.) Combined Exhibitions. ,- { S^f^KtinffS At Montro»c on Saturday Haf kSSSaBBB /In this Exhibition jKiSi be foun 1 .^H^3"* j the two greatest Living' Curios - ^<«tfli ; ties in the Aniinal kingdom, vix: ^^^Efjt f* ! —aUVING GIRAFFE, and » „/Sf/>3 I / LIVING RHINOCEROS, '/^/^-Ss^_ I besides a full collection of otht rM^sjsjH Wild Beasts, all in the .moat pe w B^^^^^^^-* fact health and condition. ' • ,:: THE CIRCUS TROCPE, |" . <nn| -^ . Coruusto of the fallowing an- ^^fiW^^i MisaRbsE'lUblGAN^T1 ^HHIThe fearless, graceful and bri)- IfigBBHiSS . llant Americau A...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

" "' •'* iD^ED... "; ' ¦ April 14 th, at the-residence of Frederick Dayton, in jesaup, Pa., Mi.riLpa C, daughter of Curtis E. and Hainah A. Thompson, aged 16 years. \ ;f Middletown, Pa., of Typhoid Fever, on the 4th 'nsi., in the 17th year of his age, Fatsos K. Birch-**i, sun of John 8. Birchard. He endured his protrjttcd and severe sickness with much patience. He »»t a proniiring'lad; amiable sad obliging; strictly ttwal and attentive to-the institutions« religion, Wa uir some time before his death- gave .good eri-A^we.of a change of heart and hope in Christ » - In Middletown, May IStli, Mast Euusa BisOSELL, flatehter of Harvey RSnJsel) by his first marriage, *Ep8y'care. '"'¦ '.'.,.. > • |a Harford, May 30th, Mr. James Aimum, aged V6. >ear 30 years since Mr. Adams cams from Ashbumhahi, Mass ^ into this county, and took up his abode ingarford. Herehe.had^^ered the cemfortsofs hoae and lived to see all ins children settled in life. «;. Adams was one of our most wo...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

¦ - ¦ I ¦¦ . ,-, - , : ' M0NTROSE: PRICE CURRENT.: . ' j. —t^;a .'.-'. :--t-—» 53g~Xn|/ of the irttclet mentioned t» the[ following listy teill bf receieeji tit this office on subscription, at the current market price. " 1 - i- i.; . - , _ __.._..__ ' FWur?>birreji..,..); .$10,61) @ 12,00 Wheat 9 bushel,^..L ,...i....\ ,.'.;..2,00 Corn Mealjf* hundred: » .'•;... 2,50 Com fi bushel, ..;,*... .j .[;... 1,25 Rye $ bush, ... 4 . j: . 1,05 Rye FlourfS hundred-,'..- -.'... 4,00 Butter a lb,. ...L.'.»...;.'..¦ ......20' Cheese 1*-jlb,.... .i. .U ;...l'.10 @ 12 Bggs i^dox. ......i..... -.J 12A Maple Sagkr ^ tt>i *., ...L..8@ 10 Potatoes «bushej,.... i ..,.1.. .75 Apples \4 (bushclsj I... L .C. -'.. 50 Dried Apples $ bfushel, \.. j . 1,50 OaU.?».bifabcl,.,J.-i..:....; ...........50 Beans f bushel,. t. -.. j; ..; .1,50 Ham %1 H^ J; '.,..!....¦ .. .10 @ 12 vTHS INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN. rCDUSHKC EVEHTJ TnCfcSOA.T VOKSISJ;, AT MONTROSE, TA.( AT f.lfSO rKRASSCJl. IS iUVANCK. Rates ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

—^—BS Msmsmmsamam^mmmsmmcsm i^nm^—msi^ ; ^cirol'aJbcHfeehjeofe !¦-);'.. Hotice ..; • The Susquehanna Co. Teacher's; Association, wiU meet at fie Methodist Church on Gibson Hill, ou Fri- day. May 25, at;i;1 o'clock A'. M. The public arc in- vitcd to attend.;. • . • Per order. . - .' '}' , ' JACK.SO-V •' Musical Convention and Festival. A MUSICAL CONVENTION AND FESTIVAL' will be held at the Bjptist Mating House iri Jackson Centre, Pa.j under the dire ition of Profs. GATCBJELL d: CUUncUILl, of New Yo'rk, commencing on Tne&fcv, June 12th, and continuihgthree da.vs—closing :witha CQXi'hilif ^ . The object of tWs Jfu«ical Cphvc ltiojn is, thc,advancement of Sing«rs,in Musical KnawlcdrP, by the study ana practice'of! the dilferent =tylcs of Vocal Music, coinbined wjth familiar Lectures and Criticisms. Teachers' , Cftorfctcj^lIcraV™ of Ulipirs, and all lovers of mJisic,-wTll -derive pleasure ahd benefit from these exercises. ' | '.'.-'!. . The principal Text Books used wil) be thc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

:^ NOTICE. rpHE person who took s barrel of salt a few ere -.L..mnjrs since, and fyrgot to call and settle, can pay for thc;aame by sendrng |2,26, or repUeing!the salt, and, no jquesUonrsjiked—otherwise wm bo exposed. -:.•;":;•-'. '!. C B -R- ¦' KontroscjiMay) 7, 1S516. • • " ' '* ! ;-|i ItEW;GOODS. ' ' T- bSNTLSY <{- READ . »?nn STr?^f^ the(r usual supply of SPRING/ AND St/MUER G0QD8, which thev offer to their customers,' and: the publk generally, o*' the most wot^MbUfyrmi, fox Qtahi Butter, Eggs, Grain,-Becs» wax, or on-approved credit Montrose, May 1, 185^. • BROADCLOTHS, Kerseymeres, Kcntuckv Jeans, Summer fluffs; and a general stock of Staplo Dry Goods, lusi received and for sale right by j '•!; ¦' ' -fc" BENTLSftREAI). SUMMER Dc Lanes,] Lawns, ChalUes, Oinghatns: Mertimac and Cocheco Prints, 4c. 4c for sale b-T ^-1.:.'!. J " ' ' !¦ ' BEXTLEY k REAP. BOXXETS, Ribbons, PawoLs, Summes Shawls, Black Silks, Dress Trimmings 4c *e. for sale by. i ;i BBXTL8Y A&EAD. SI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

\^ ¦-••!¦* ¦ :• * ;:.X855-G.-:': <:.,-.-;-'''¦"' - .. 1 I . IIOVT& UKVANS. .;•- ¦ - ¦'¦ . T> ail Road Freight Line ^wecn Montrose snd AV| |tew York. The subscribers will continue their connection bf the past year for selling Siisqife'lianria Co. pjtoducc on commission; .--'.., Mjjiinrw J.-'IIarrikotiis, will leceive and forward freight for tills nirapanr at the Montrose Depot EVERYTTUESDAY-. ...'.- . A,^ Tjliaukful for.post.pati'Ouage.iUid beiiig salaried thai their arrangements fih^ disposing of produce of cvc|-y kind will enable them to give general; satisfaction, jthe subscribers trust that New York prices, prompt returns, Snd their usual strict attention tithe Dusjnpss, will insure to them aeontinuance of favors, heretofore so liberally bestowed upon them. ' . Tjle rotm-ns will be promptly paid in current money bySlj-. Harrington, who will alio make liberal advon-•Cesfon consignment'when doircd. ,, Out: maiking cards have been left with the Rail Rojld,Fri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

SMBaEMna n^^MH^aaaai DOCTOR HikttRIg7 ; noMEOPATHIftT, G RADUATE aud member.ofthe University of New "Ybrk, wittbc In Montrose on tlie Cth, 7th and 4tlj,ofeachmonth, and may bo consulted at Hatch'* Hotel, for three days, upon alt diseases incidental to the human' system, viz: CONSUMPTION ,^ Bronchitis Inflamation of the Lnngs, Throat; Liver, Pleura, Kidneys and Spleen, Dyspepsia, (Indigestion,) Liver, Complaintj'llnErxATTSit, Scrofula, Eruptions, Spinal 'Complaints, Diseases of the eye and ear, Nervous Weakness, 4c, 4c. Particular attention given to the diseases of Females and Children.» The varttnn affections of the Uterus radically :eured. / . ^Dr. Harris is well acquainted with; both ,Korneopathy and Allopathy, having been in constant study arid practice for the last twelve years.land having first introduced Homeopathy linfd Binghamton, X. Yl' , In 1847. Hi* plan of treatment is-iniA^ safe andefficaj etout, and Jiffcrent from that of any other physician, I and cures nearly all c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 17 May 1855

MARRIED. lij Jackson, on the 8th instant,.by the Rev. J. B. Kink Mr. Jcnsos M. Cook, of Susquehanna Depot, to ffiss Mabt, daugh& of Wm. H. Bartiett, of Jack-.sonjra. ' ¦ ' ¦ \ '

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