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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

T« Ike kteeplei «l 8ii»q«elaaau»B Cottiity. . - 1 •. BEING one of the greatest sufferers by the recent destructive; fire in I Montrose, having lost my store-house and'nearly ol] of niy goods, Inave nof hffwever gives lover to jilc^palr, but have taken a store room in too'lowerpart of the town,! first dooi north ofKeclcr'i Hotel, intd which I have placed, the small stock sav«a from the fire, and will in the course of a very short time fill inpitbe store with an entire new stock of goods. In j my present new location, I will be happv to see and. wait on itij- old customers and the public jgeiieraliylwho will favor me with a call ¦ I havo resolved to \'never give up the iMp."—lam determined u> keep a DRUGSTORE, ahd to keep a good assortment of Drugs, Medicine* , Paint*, OiU, Dye-xtHjf*i Groceries, }plass-ware. Jewelry, Per fumrry, Yankee Notion*, tnd oil sorts of Fancy Goods, Ac. At, such as I kept before the lire, which devonrvd the earnings of a Gfe time in an hour. Montrose...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

i'toi* miis. I TOE ALL ^HE PURPOSKS OF A . | •'iPAIIIIJLlf PHYSIC. '- a -i .' ; .. " • . . . Tnins has long existed a public demand for an cf fectfvc;purgative pill-which could bd relied on as sure and perfect in its operation,. This has been prepared to meet the damand, and an dxtensive trial of iu yiriues has conclusively shown- with what?»uccess It accomplishes the purposes designed. It is easy to mskejja. peysical pill, but not easy to make the best of all pdU—one woico should have none qf the objections, ijbnt all of the advantages of every other.— This lias be>n attempted here, and with whatsueeess we would ribspettfully'submit to the public decision. It has bperi" yofbr tunate for the patient hitherto that almost ^vcrylpurgative medicine is acrmonioua and irritating td the bowels. This ia not. Many of them produce so.much griping pain .and revulsion in the system as to more than counterbalance the good to be derived frotrrthem. ! These pill* produce no irritation or ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

7~' JWINTER CLOTHINBl ; ; ffiosiATr4 bli©^ra©^ AS we arcjanxioaSto close out our skock of clothing to make r twtn foe our Spring]and Summer purchase we are selling it at greatly ret need prices. Call, as now is the tlmci to buy cheap. . Over coats trom *8i00 to |18,()a ;Dr« ss, Frock and Sack coats* gqVMpjttterns and new styles, Pants from ?1,60 td fj8,0|). /Vests of every Style. Genu. Fuiulshlng Goods of every kiri^/ , ALr/[wpOl, LQNG SHAWLS 15 per cent, cheaper than Aver offered In Montrose. ¦'/¦"{ -delaines.; : I '/ ",' Good quality and n'cat patterns sclluig at 'cost for casK ' . ; \ A. LATHROP A CO. /Fcbroaryl;, 18«5,|"' .[ M ]j" .; / T*lBf*ME!IVTiifllS" WOT1CE ! ~ THE subscribers having secured the sole right to DA VIfr ADJUSTABLE CHURN AND BUTTER- WORKER, for Susquehanila and several adjoining counties, respectfully invite all Butter makers to examine and test tho merits of this new and valuable invention. )We propose td fui nigh each and all of you with a Cfltnts that will...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

'" ' f'k'ituibritnofc' xsr'. [¦"¦' -' ' '. • - strnaiER GOODS AT LL. POST & CO. TIT E now offer to. the pnblic the most choice and » f the latest 8TYLKS of Goods to be had: any where In the country, sad for the rery lowest prices, without variation. . '¦ ¦¦ } _ '¦¦' READY MADE CLOTHING. CUMMER STYLES. L L. Post A Co. hare? just ^J made a largo addition to their (took of clothing, consulting now of everything desirable for-the buyer '" Jv* pricc• »¦ are sure to suit The goods are - ^?fim ^, and we waitant the woA to bejeW if notsupenor jo „, evertefdre Offered la thli nftri '- o lL^lf, ?>ck c 7m>ri «,e « Coats, fine black firench ^tJ^" F$ B«4»ew; Tweed, CsssiB»er> and Jean Sacks M«/rocks, abp browTBid wWui Sum. merplam wd twilled. y«rrs_White and colored Marsailles, Valentia, Lasting, figured Barathea, ftaured silk and Satin, and every variety, good »n7iheSp. Pasts—Fine black Casnmere, doeskin col. tweed,' Summer stuff, linen drill,:cottonade, stripe,Ip...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

THE VKffOW NOTHINGS" HAVE KICKED UP A]TERRIBLE MUSS!!—But, very fortunatelyi tic earth is not throws from its orbit, and. the sun shines on as before; enabling the " Pir ture; Man " to>ork at his trade of fight and shade in his usual Mt|«4"*tft«7' tn»nt)<»r His New Stock, just purchased, comprises everything neat and desirable in .jt <c Dagucrreotvpo line, and he asks that you win not forget to calL " He has also some; recently! published Books, which will be sure td please those who wish good reading. '. "!. . ¦ ii''-! fV' 'W.^.DEAN& Odd FelloWs'; HaB, Montkisc Pa. fjf* W. B. D. oiiet not take yiclures for 25 or 60 cents, ttotetrhokitk turk troth must go elsewhere. John Orbwes* AdrerUsecncnt. AS nature, who furnishes .the birds and beasts with an extra coat for winter; baa not made a similar provision for maiki have oooclddcd to take it upon myself toattend|to that department; and therefore I think proper to announce that all shivering male bipeds, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

"* FIELD FI0WEBS. foci's &ty«ft> T* who courtly beauty pnxe, 'Cist not here your scornful eyes—NttureYlowly children wc, . ¦. . , Bred on bank, in brake, on lea, Bt the meadow runlet's brink, ' In the tall cliff's craggy chink j On the sea-shore's arid shingle, On bleak moor, in bosky dingle; On old tower and ruined will, By the sparkling waterfall,"" • )?ot a hue of gaudier glow, Jfot a streak to Art we owe: •' Never hand but Xature'g own, .' '•'¦>• f'-Saturc's sweet «nd conning one,") Path imparted charm or grace To oar unaspiring race All her elements of might. - fjommim Wr Snd'cthtfrhOri light • .',- " Shower and. sunshine, mist and dew, '.-And his laborers, (blithe ones too!) All unhired for love she finds, Bees, and birds, and wandering winds. Courtly scorners! not for ye • '" . Bloom our tribes of low'degree, • Stately Aloe, Tuberose tall, ! Finely deck baronial hall; 1" Flaunting in exotic pride, ' •' ; (Sculptured nymph or fawn beside,) ; From ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

TEE FIBAIE OUTWITTED. I^te ^d Sifefcfjejs. AS ADV&STCRK OF A TANKER .CAPTATK. " & ' ¦ ¦ - It was in the year of 1840, that I found myself on board the good brig Mary Ann, of Portland, bound for Kingston, Jamaica.— There were some twelve or fifteen passengers, mostly young men,1 some of them Creoles returning home, two English officers who had butfi cm a visit to relations in .Canada, and were about to rejoin their regiment, and the rest made up of passengers, iu to whose business it was none of mine to inquire, so Jong ss they made themselves agreeable compagnonsdu voyage which they all happily were. Our Captain, was a shrewd knowing Yankee; principal owner of the brig, having on board an assorted cargo which he was taking down to the. Spanish main for speculation. The l»»engers he had .picked up at Boston Were a .god-sena, and had induced him so far to altff his original intentions as to steer- for **??*> ^ Ya Ui»» !*»**» of them were bound. Leave a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

!' ! CHURCH PBOPERTY Wp haye again read the spcecli of Eli It Price, in the State Senate, on the bill restricting]'.the i accumulation of property in the hands of ecclesiastic*, for religious' and charitabjjh purposes. It is an able Speech, and musjt hu^e weight with every reader as'it will carry, to every unprejudiced mind a conviction if hat it was delivered for no mere party .effect, from ub ambitious motive, but because the Apcakfcr a!s an honest man and a prudent legi^latorifeltj that some . restrict! in had become necessary. , '¦ »'¦" There ^ mny be those among obr readers both Know- Nothings and iinti-Kno* Nothings whojlookjat this qiiestionns one of very little iipportanep except as it bears upon party, and' las one arising out. of the anti-Koman Catliplic dxeitiement so generally [pervading the ^onnti;y. It serves the. aims of partisans - whp'jtlesire the Catholic votes, to attempt to create sympathy for the' followers of Rome andijrry put against every movemjent-aspe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

TEMPORAL POWER OF THE POPE. . •-. \ .- PLAIN TALK. Prof! Brownson'si Quarterly Review is published with the approval and the formal authority of the Pope, as will be seen by the following letter: j:'j ;; "PIUS IX, POPE. 'EwjoTBB Son : Health and apostolic benedic^iw. Our Venerable brother, John, Bishop of Boston, brought to us your letter ot |h>^th pf last Becember, in which you offercd us several works'written by you.-fHe spokp to us^ith merited phrase, pf thpse same books of yours, and therefore we] are in ft greater degree rejoiced and consoled by your sentiment of truly filial devotion land piety! toward us and the Holy See which youtj letter expresses throughout. With; our suppliant vows and prayers, w e beseech! the God! ojf Mercies and Father of Lights !that with his celestial protection he may cherish and g<Wd these sentiments, which we trust you will always preserve. And as a token of so ^reat benignity, and as a pledge of our gratitude to you for the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

i I Where ia Gen- Atchison? ' ¦ '' \VJiat has become of David R., Atchison, the former Vice President, by courtesy, of the )L/nited States—the wagon-orator; the man whq contended with Stephen A; Douglas tor the honor; of haying repealed the Missouri Compromise—the boozy backwoods speaker,' who, in his maudlin speeches, blackguards better! find greater men than himself and speaks pf John Bell as a.' miserable devil'—whore is he? He left his seat and duties in the. Seriate, arid came to Missouri, before the. clo^e of the Congress, to get himself elected to the Seriate for ascconcftcrm, but ho didn't succeed. .''•'. . Rumors have reached us°of treriicndoiis threats made by him in relation to1 Missouri an<^ Kansas, and we should like- to knpwj if hol|s going to carry them out. Wo understand arid believe that David-R. Atchisoh'is of at^he bottom all the troubles that have affljeted Kansas, and is the chief instigator of the^meetings, mobs' and cabals, threats arid exettemc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

'"- '¦ ATillaW-'SiiooP^^&J^ penoia yonder simple Kuildinmiii^g? crossing of thevUlage roadl* |^0s«Sp|ttu^?j ofruderxmstruction, butititwdshij^NSr^ j ant and quiet spot. A magnifi^t-: o|plw?1 spreads'its broad anns abofe;;'anp^^^^^li lean! towards it .as a; stripnjg ih^'helas^tb' shelter arid protect a chirdJ A brpc* r6h» ; through the meadow near, and hard by there is an orchard—but the tries have sufiered' and bear no fruit, except upon the most remote and Inaccessible branches, froth witftv' - in its walls comes a busy b^tti, ''oiciir*s''wu, may: hear hi a disturbed bee-hive. Now" peep; through yonder wiiidd^ aM yibn Jwsll see-a hundred chjldfen, with!rosy cbeefcr,;; mischievous eyes, demure faces, alt engaged' or pretendiac to bo so, in »e»r UttiftTessttBS>*. It is !the public .Mhool-^thepee,. the common schobl—provided by lawj dpeh to all, claimed from a community as ajrigh^ not accept- • ¦ ed as a. bounty/. '...;¦: ' ¦ ¦¦'.¦¦7-'- 4 Here the children of th...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

! Senator W Ison on Slavery. | j Senator Wilson, of Massachusetts, s<ems to understand himself and the temper of the! times a greaf dtal better than some ojf hi4 Know-JNothing pptE-mporaries. The followl ing extract! from t le Boston correspondenc4 of the New-YortT ribune, under date of Mav* ¦: - i 1 ' ¦ ¦ . '» *l 17th, shows! where the General stands': ji [ "Gt-neral Wilson addressed alargeaudii ence of Know-Nothings at Andoycr last uigbtj ite denounced in the strongest manlier! thq attempts whicn.ar< being made to induce th(J 'American' party to take a position fayp^abld to Slavery, or to ti ke at least a neutral post) tion with regard to it. -He declared that the only firm basis'pi which; the party cpuld, stand,-the drily ;ho)e it bad of avoiding the fate of:the Whig purty, was the Anti-SIaVc'r« ground—that Freedom is national, and (that Slavery must not be tolerated uuder thjj ju{ risdiction of the I'ederal Government. [! Ho said.that the Slavery agitation ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

Patience smiles' ott Pain- Mr.; William Payne, la. very good fell lbwy was a teacher of music in a pleasant tow;n in Massachusetts; ifnd: in his school. Jonejwhiter, was a pretty girl, some twenty years old, named Patience Adams, who, hav: i rig made a strong impression upon Mr. PaVne, he lostsno: time inj'declaring his attachmeiit, which Miss, A. recipn)cated1 and aii engagement was the result; Just as. Mr. P.'s attentions became public, and tjie fact of an crisagement was generally understood, the school being still in oberation, and all the" parties on a certain' eveping present, Mr: 'Payne, \yithout any thought, of the words, riamed as a tune for the Commencement exercise, ,l Federal Street,' in that excellent cpllection lof Churoh Music 'jthe Carolina Sacra/ Every jorie loved Patience, and every one en! tertained the highest respect for Payne; and with ahearty good will on "the, part of the" School! the chorus commenced:! ,¦'/.."''!.. . "See gentle Patience smile on Payne...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

•«^-. , ' ¦==== .1 THE VnMJIHIA ELECTIOH. I |iflBlFREMBLlCffi| '" . 11 ' • ~ ~~ •HARLES .tV-RKAD AND 11. H. FBAZIKK, EDITORS ¦ »-}—-! —:— —.—j=^~- ! montrose;, pa*.\% Thursday, May 31, 1855. ; j The Democratic, party, is still victorious, j tat the South. The election that has just taken place in Virginia, shows that tlie influence which has defeated that party in every Free State; holding a general election since the passage of the Nebraska bill, does not extend South of Mason <& Dixon's line. Henry A. Wisp; the administration candidate, is elected Governor of Virginia by a large majority over! his Know-Nothing opponent. His majority (will not be far froni 10,000. Wc have/ here an indication that the so-called Democratic party is not only still strong at the SootSi, but stronger than all its opponents combined; Compare the present condition •adj.strength of thatparty in the two sections bf the Union—for example, in the two States which have long been the..Gib...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

AH0THEB OUTRAGE DIKAHSAS A Citizen Itfdnapped-^The truth of the;Mc-Crea eyfatV-— What is needed in Kansas. Correspondence of the ST. Y. Tribune. Leaven vorth, Kansas, May J 8, 1855, Yesterday1 another outrage was inflicted upon our demoted territory by the Missouri brigands. Fourteen of these ruffians crossed! the river and 'seizing lit. Wrp. Phillips, one of our, most intelligent, energetic and respectable citizens,; carried hint back with them and landed safety.on the opposite side of the river before jthe people of] the place hodj collected.together! to. determine what to dp, and then it Was too late/or pursuit of an unknown number of ruffians and ; bandits, the greater portion having reniained on the Missouri side of the river.j Thus poor Phillips was.left to the mercy: of a ruthless! mobf who took hirii several milekinto'thataccursed land of chains arid Slavery, and there, having otherwise insulted him, shaved one side'of his hend,stripped alibis tjlothes off'arid tarred ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

TERRIFIC TOBHAD Tliree persons killed—Ai house carried up in the airi Never before has it been our duty to record so awful a calamity-as that to which wc now. sit down to writc|j Tlie scene of the tragedy is still before oiir mind's eye; the wrecks of the tempest are still lying scattered about i but were it riot for the unimpeachable character of our informants, eye-witnesses of the dreadful calamity, w| should be inclined to believe that they had! been laboring under some mental hallucination, and that what we are about, to relate was but a dream of the imagination. The reality, however is too true. The bodies of-thrce victims and- the wounds of the other persons constitute evidence too palpable to be set.aside.; Our readers will remember the violent bnil-storm that took place in this city yesterday afternoon between 4i: arid 5 o'clock and the oppressive heat the rest of the afternoon. At the same hour tha events to which we allude took jplace in the town of Jefferson, nea...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

of The .1! Eruption of Mount Vesuvius- CoifrespoBdenc^ Baily News." I Naples, Wednesday, May 2,1855; . Everything in Naples is for tlie present exiinguislied by one great fact-—the eruption oftVesuviusJ King, ministers and policemen in their iscvenil spheres, lire all scorched;1 shrive lied up into nothingness, larndispojjcd to think that's. Neapolitan might how w|ar a girdle round his waist, or a beard, or a wide-awak^, so all-absorbing in the eruption ofifVesuvius." We have been expecting and lot)gingifor it for some time. The wells at/ R|s|na hnd been dried up. ' More than once si|cc 1830, the mountain has thundered and sni' ok'edj and in the beginning of the year a a pprtioh of they,craler fell in. Great numbers of grangers, have, therefore, waited till very late in the season,in the,hope of seeing this extniordinary spectacle, and have just taken thtiir leiiive, when the,mountain, as in "despeito," breaks out. The pricipal guide vho is'called Bozzalimo, reported on the.mo...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

Secret Political Organization. We jclip'ithe following Telegraphic* item frtirn the Pehnsylvhniam ;., RAtTiMOBE. Mayx10.—^The second public mijeriniot the Catholic Provincial Council wj.s heTd this moniing. There was an irami-nse Sudierice, a sermon was preached by thb Rey. Dr? j McCaffrey oiixthe deceased prela es^siriee tpe last council."'\ " ' ' ! The Second public meeting lorsooth! and why is it th:jt the Peonsylvaniari\is silent as to|the private conclaves of this council-'?'. It pmfeWes to be specially hostile-to secret oath; bjl>und| political associations; and has presented,us with evidences of its sincerity-, by 'paying two dollars per night, for a\cofr#i:t and faithful report of the treasonable Know-Nothings' It is known to that Jprirriai,asWell as to every hitelligent school-boy^ in! the ^country, that our Catholic Bishops w|thpu^ excqpti6n,have taken the most solemn oaths to!uscjtheir utmost exertions, to extirpate anil crush every heretical government in rx...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

' mmsmms^ T|ffi LEAVEHWOETa MA»8LATJGH-#"" ; V ; ".-'TBB> . . i! "" f\ ^ -\J?nm The Chicago Tribune, M»yj22. !|^Ve^e permitted to publish thefoliowing ^mate*|etter.,from C. Metres, j^Esq., the tri*|i wjiVshot Malcolrii Clark a few weeks since, j^Fort Leavenworth, Kansas Territo->t3r C ' ¦'-•' ¦ j\\. ¦¦ Fonx Leavenworth Guard-House, ) , i Kansas, May 8, 1,855. f = Dkar Father : Before this nptC; shall have/ come to harid you will doubless have heard of my misfortune by the papers^ though I fear not exsjetly accordiug to fact i The ques« tion of Slavery here has come to such a pitch of excitement that we ore on! tfieeve of' .a civil war.|aiid it.has been my misforture to 'striko the first fatal .1>fow at a meeting relatrro-to-claitbi.wbiciitook1 "a strong?j»ar tyCurn, iis everything in this devoted Territory does. I was beird by the bully and leader of th» | opposition to call spme of the proceedings a fraud, (i. e. deciding'a vote agajhstj 2-3) he rushed at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 May 1855

Hon- A- H Stephens of Georgia on Know-Bbthingisnv / Mr. A. H Stephens of Georgia! has written a characteristic letter on the Know-Nothings, Mr. Stephens declines to join or represent, the Order, and lias withdrawn from the canvass as Represenative to Congress. Mr. Stephens is opposed!to Know-Nothings be-, cause they prpicribp tha Roman/Catholics, who, he. says, areijetter friends (to Slavery than Nonhcm Protestarits. But his; leading ground, of.hostility to the Order, ^eems, to be an'inipressiori that he has dern-ed from the 'I action of the Know-Nothings of Mi[>sachusetjs, that the new party will aot assume diptinct Pro-Slavery ground. Upon thisj-point Mr-: Stephens mak^soirier^rpmarks which! show him to be a man of sense. He adjnUa that there can be no solid basis of a pWty organ- N ¦ ization at this day, except by anj agreement bmoiig its members on what he acknowledges to be the paramount question of jthe day.— , He adiflits that the old Whig pa^ ty went to pieces o...

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