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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

S [ 1_a, esLBtrir.'s'rbci'oi' *. ' .'¦ SUittSf ER GOODS AT; [ ; ',';. '.. I. L.[PG*ST &[ipo. :[\:[ ¦ .,; WE no* offer totho public tho most choice and the tATKST arvtss of Goods to be had any where In the country, and for'the very lowest prices, without variation. .-: ' ,. ' i - y'"' * ""; . p^Dr^jnFE^orHixoT~^7~ SUMMER STYLES. I. L. iW & Co. have .'just made a large addition to-their stock of clothing, consisting now of everything desirable for tSc buyer at such prices as arc sure to suit. The goods*.are rriade first rate, and wo warrantjthe work to he equal if|notsnpcrldl\tp any ever before offered in thisnutrkbt. Our stock; comprises Coats," flue black Ficnclr Sacks, Frock» iind'Business; Tweedy Cassiuicre and Jl-.au Sack* and Frocks, also brow-nniid white Sum-, nicr plain arid twiUed^-.YiSTs-i-WhitB and- colored MarsaUles, Valentiii, Lasting, figured Barnthea, flgured silk and Satin; 4nd every variety, goqd and cheap. 1*ants—Finis blaclt Casshncre, j doeskin, c...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 11 January 1855

; [ • i [ 1 | ] 910,000 OP IVEtV GOODS I • . :; ; ' - ¦¦ GRfiAT ATTRACTION! \. ; Great BmK fbr ' J(hWrNe\ GdoW at Salon's ' .*:':.. ¦'/. 'p^.'tiH^;STpB^[!'.v''':,-'- THE tar^st And Cheapest stock of.Fancy, Bonus." tic aba Stt«plej(looda~ cTey brought. Into Susquehanna county. pnb;J>ohdrcd'fcflsc8 Dry Goods, comprislngiu part as'foltbwaf '• j • ¦ * .'..,'; : Rich Changeable, Sjllis, FasuionnblegUkandSat. ' " Stripe '.¦ "1 '..'-."tj ...... ,-•;.'....',. fBonnets. •" " PUid : !'M French Pinnies,.... . ".Black ¦;¦ (-<,].• . 2CiO pieces.Bomici^ih- - GJasua Bonnet [ j"! -¦¦¦ • >}- ¦¦ '' ¦ '- [bona, Bonnet Satins,- J i ,[ ¦ : lijo pes. Fancy Dress do! AH wool DtLauiesj ii VMvot. Dress Cuttons, Parisian . do j ) |i' . . F&'rd. & colr-d. Ydvets, Plaid de Cossa, r-'; ;j Fifty' Bay State ShawU, Clouded dcBergei.lr . C&shmcarc do English M<-rfhb<[s,j |j ' Bjrbcha *'- do . Parametto's 'f j. j;." . S»k - - ;" ;* ' do, ., Lyonese Cloths,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

PASSINO THE ICEBERGS- Bttyt ptity BV THOMAS BCCHAN' AS BEAD. ¦ A fc«rica« shape of brave device, Our vessel drites through mist and. rain. Between the floating fields of ic© The navies of the northern main. . ITieso arctic ventures, bu'iidlv hurPd, The.proof of nature's oWenJbrce,, ¦like fiiagtnenta of a crystal world •'• l^iJgsaaV^'dfromite ski^y-course,— , These «rc tie. buccaneers ;that ifright The middle sea with drteam, of wrecks, And freeze the south winds in their flight. And chain the gulf-streiim to their deck*. At every dragon-prow and helm ¦ ¦''—' ;J—~-r There stands some Viking as. of yore; ^ Grim heroes from the boreal realm, Where Ocjin rules the sjlcctral shore. And oft beneath tbe sun or moon' • Their swift and !?ager fidchious glow; While, like, a stOnn-Tex'd wind, the rune I Comes cha6ng throiwi some beard of snow And when the far North flashes tip With fires of mingled red and Roidf They know that many a blazing cup • Is' brimming to the" absent bold. Up...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

I^ks $i)8'. SHefohes MAIJCOLM WAREEN, • ¦ ok,; ... ' ...'.' ' . THE OLD MAX:S LESSOS.-* Malcolm, I wouldn't go out to-uigbk—Come,'stay with me this evening.' , . ' Not this evening. Alice. I have promised to meet some friends this'evening, and I must keep my word. I Yr.!l be at home in. j;ood reason.' - 0 _ - 41 had hoped that I should have your com, pany this evening.v Gjme. why can't youl try and see if I cannot make you as happy as those companions whoni you are to tneet ?—Just thisoRce, Malcorm-, , O, this once!' 'No, no. Alice, I am going out. ) Whtt—"crying! Now w hat?s the usij of that ? Can't s fellow so but once in a $ht!e without leav ing a crying; Vife ¥ ' I can't help it, Maleol m. But here—iiss ineheforc yon go.1. . . ¦• Thus spoke Malcolm Warren and his yc une wife^ Malcolm was a young man', twenty" seven years of age, and a carpenter by trade. His wife was one1 of the sweetest disposliioned girls in town, and she made one of the best of wives. She loved her hu...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

' ;!i -.. j .— ——i-}. | i .: ; Speech of Mr-Zachariah Spicer Qn thequetlion, Which enjoy* thtgrtateit amount i) ofhappiuctt, tht bachelor or the married man V \' ' . ' • - i -' ^ ; l |; Mr. President find Gentlemen—jl rtscjto ad--yocltte the cause of the married man. \ And why should I not ? I claim to kjriow ;sonie tiling about the Institution; who snVs j do not T L,etJ)im; accompany mehumc. il+ot'roe coiil front him with my wiAi and seveutteii chilitlreli, nnd decide. ' -I ; i' 1 ' !' '!•;High-ns the Roiky Mountains tower nbovi ihe Mississippi Valley, does the character of the married man tower above, thatpfiliq bahelor^ 'What is a' bachelor.? r Wlfcitiwis Adam before he got acquainted witijjEve?—>V'hi»t but q poor shiftless, helpless, insiignifi. StinVcreature! No more to be- epiajwred With! his afterself, than a mill-dami to the great roaring cataract of Niagara, [Applause] j [ GlntTemcn,- there was a time,1 1 blufeh |to CS> lti|Wjhen I too'was a bachelor: ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

j WhatisaMinieEifle? '!'!'"' Every-act-ount received from the, war,! in the Crimea jis loud in praise of the ' Miinie Rifle.' t ' ;¦ : Thes;e;fire arms hi\ the: bauds of 4rof'^ marksiiieii deal certain destruction at an inimensc distance, and the wholesale slaughter of ,thejKnsaan. gunners at the batteries of Scbast^pol, has won for this!'weapon of death the soubriquet of 'King of Fire Arms/l So dreadful jis this'fatal ball that the Russian gunner gtks to bis station at an embrasure as to certUin death: \ . ' : Thu barrel of a rifle has, running the length ofvits iiiier surface, spiral groovt-s or-channels—hen.ee the name of rifle, which moans a rifle-or! grooved gun. One object of a rifle barrel is jo give greater precision to the kill, by cnrtmjuii Seating to it ..a rotary motioi-r-This motion, it receives on its passage out of the] gun, provided the bt^ll isjso.ciowde'djiinto the. baijre af to fill up partially or. entirely the grooves-; and the. more perfectly.the: -tntll ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

Our world and, what it is composed of. - Owing ttfthe indefatigable investigations oi' the analytical eheudsfs. atid to their zeal ir the cause of science!, there' is scarcely a. sub stance in the world-ihat has not passed througt thei ordeal of their irncibles and test tubes.— From them we learii that our world is made . up of but comparatively few substances, so tew, indeed, that we are struck with all wonderand astonishment, when we consider the va; riety of form and character into which thos c elements are eapablb of being moulded. We tia\ c aii ihe animate and inanimate creation, the nlants. ths hninis'a - v.-i%>iavf> »bp rnnlta tin earth, the air; the \^ater, in all] t'.u»ir endlesi variety : and yetthfe substjance^-'of which the» are compesed Ho mjt exceed ai.vty. On tlose'i examination our wOnder increases, as welearr rtiaruft»rc«!«,i«^,„3it«.jna]lcss than forty-sis are metals, in the ordinary sense]of the word five are gaseousj bodies like the air, whi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

JolmMitohelIandouriraturalliattottl«w* Itrom Jphn Mitchell's if. T, Citl^en^]--... I will avow at oncei my opiijionV that the naturalization^ laws of the Efrnhd StqU»\ require changer—\.hn\t^ however, peedfui J.heymay have bjsen for promoting population and introducing: labor hi time jtet,- tkley art too liberal note: md that nobody in the world would be entitled to complain in thet least if Congress shoujd at any sessionTlimit within atiy bound it might see fit the cteatiott ofcitt-2ens by adoption. ;, The new la* would sjoon become known -and then nO fbieigriers coming here for the future; would run the risk of being cheated;.'-. .r -•.;_;. ' / • It is plain !enough: that in]cyiry:t6r*r*&n\- Sla'te tlie nature of its hoturaliz itiofi laws (if - it have any) inust forever lie within its own" jurisdiction; and .that their conditionsougHt to depend upon the. exigencies otthe country for the time Heing; »njd if I were a citizen of the United States, -whether native or ad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

BEKkioi C00P1H AHB STITFT.SB The f• Harj-isburg Correspondent for the Pittsburg IThion,' Viator,' describes the rippearancejof Senator Cooper while on a visit to- the;Sbnaite Chainl>er;one. day - recently, which is decjdedly rich: !] ] "~ ; . "THw afieinopt, Senator James Cooper made His appearancein the Senate Chamber of the Capit.il, liMJiing^sbland and winning as a Fiienjch dancing master, ana d^ised verv much ip-theja la Beau.Brummel style. '.'His coat aiil jir'esl were of the finest texture, add made tip jtoJrhe top of-the fiishion a la Paris1. But the Itufnes on his wrists, coming down to. the knuckles of his1 hands were the most decidedly killing little things you ever saw.— Well, the truth is, these ruffles took every body dovn.i Even Mr. Crabb, who'dresses exceedingly Well] and with much' taste,'too, when brought in contact with the dandy United Sfiites jSenator, didn't look, the" least French. I cannot say that I dislike ruffles when Ij sde them on a lady of f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

| j! \ Duke of Cambridge Crazy. -•'. ; locdon Correspondence'Of the Boston Post jIIIS <JCEER COSOtCTl OS THK FIELD. OF BATTLE. | XEPOTlSM IS THE BRITISH AKMV. I, London, Dec 15^ 1854.'-iThe lakt steamer niaythave taken oiit some rumors regarding the p^uke of Cambridge whicH were then just begihning to be current, j As theylhave n'o^ nssuhicd an intelligible form, though not pub-Jwlylrepeated, and as tHe Duke has left the army invalided, it nS«y biB-inteTestihg to state Mhrtt they are. The.Duke's appointment as h general of division w«s not a popular one. He |s hut a young man-~only 35—for such h position,. has sesn no service, Has never! fcomnanded excep; lit ChObham (last vear.! tinil .»» fl.rt T*..!... ..tf WT. li- i. . J_ - il. . V j. '- i ruu" ""= ^«*«.«| »»«'ii«gtons pageant tuneral, and has no fitness for military life be-" ^•ond a kind of obstinate courage iiiherentin till t|ic descendants of George1 111.,] But then ^ic, is the Queen's o^ rn cousin, and as he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE Tuesday. Jan. 9.—The sevjer.il officers of the Senate were qualified by the Speaker; G; W; Hamniersley, .(WbigJ)>,Chief Clerk; Henry Pettiboiie, (Dehi.) Assistant Clerk; and{ Nelson Weiscn, (Pem.)^ohuM.! Fuller, John Ewing] and John W-ijKerr, (Whigs,) Trnnscribing;Clerks..: ¦': ] [[V;<.f.. V-A\ ,.' J rI;he Secretary of the Comj^.RW,ca]tb^, 50|«c !h'i|pducetl,;nrid presented "the returns of the election Hcl'd.in the. sevcrul reoinitics of the Common wealth fof Governor; -- ''•:.<-•'' .After the transaction of sonic miscellaneous bus lieis, the deatbof Senator Fouikrod; Was announced, and tlio custoihttry resolutions adopted, when the" Senate ndjdumed. . !: . liv^he Ilp.usCf.the.Spejikeirj announced the staqdingCommittcesi C, jji- Lathrop-is ]qn the]Coinniittcc; on Agricultii^e, and also on Roads, &e.: Maj. Sfcurdcyattt. is on the Commitjtee'on Canals and Inland ^Navigation]- Sir Steele, offered a;r5solution for; the ap; i ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

- The; State of Ming* Before Seiastdtoi . ITie; following graphic descriprionsaie taken from the Ii;ii|di}ig "'article^.' nut jthe correspondencc of the principal j.6nt on papers • and fr^ra 'pr-ivajc jellers lately a -rivtd -frQia the Crimea; |:.! - ;' - " ! '•-,". E xtrac^ fi oln the Ifailing tirticb otthe 1 'imcs>, Dm 2?a , There is:no ii'se'disguising the matter., Wc ' arc not speaking Trum. our own ]corresponv .aence.jonly. )}% are not .saying'.what we .think alone: Wc say, on.'} he evidence of every letter that has !l^>ea received'in t'iis country, and wc echo the opinion of almost every experienced soldi'eji' or .well-informed gentleman, when^ve sitylhdt (he noblest army thalEna. laud ever sen (from these shore' s h is.been tacr rijtccd' f' j the grossest misuianayenieut. Incompetency, lethargy, aristocratic h'aitcyr«.official indifTcifence. favor, Toutih' e,prcvfci sement and stupidity "reign,; revel, and riot in the camp, before]iSevasto^ol,;in the harbo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

- !.. - ' :¦¦ . -~ : T -, < -I- . " ; : -The Southern Convention. ; |-. '].- NewfOrleans Jan 30tH185& ! ' :\ At this Convention, being held here tO-day, ¦ ' resolutions wxr^ offvircd i'i' hd Jrefefred, declar- ] ing the'acquisition pfCiiba. necessary for the protection of the com'mercei and jfor tho socurijty of the Southern coasts, and! urging the itjn mediate actiotf of Congress up m~ the sub. ject; also,Tecommehding a reciprocal] treaty between Spain and MexjcO: for.the repeat of ,N the "laws supprcsainff the slave Xh ido | a|so in ] fiivor of arailroiid fromNorfolkit> tHeriio«fh ."] of the Ohio river. ; ] s f , ] ]] .'; Mr.: Marshall] of Mississippi; j rcau^ a Ibttj»!]]. report about the, ihstiftttion ofSla rery, sJio%;]]y iiig the Value jto ihe Smith; [cod; s>v«jj[»J;]]; speeches were made by others,:'©!'' thePacifio, ;] Itailrbad 'project.;. '.".;'! '.]'•' ^ ]' ']..]];; ] . vJanuary* 18.rr-The convention pa«^?]|to.iK Ahy\ itii'.;;res6iiitibns...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

' j ^ IJMWMMaCTMiM*^-^^^31 *"^ IDElimilLMPIlBLICiip, ' : •"' -i CHARLES F. 11EXD AND II.- ill FKAZ1KR, EDITORS I .". MONTROSE,PA j,.;i, TIinrB«iaVj January 18*. 1 SSS.-i: - -; -":''']*;'

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

EEPUBLICAU] laEETIKGv]-,..$- ! , , ' I! i ] i: ii j On Monday evening latf, January 15th, an adjourned' nioeting'pf the Republican .par-,! ty of .Susquehanna coitniy, was.lield in;ihe ,' Court House, at Montrose.'- A large nit'm-! ber of citizens were in attendance. The meet- ; ing was organized/by the appointment of ihcj tbllbwing officers: ;-, [ Robert Grilbs. President,; James W, Qiap- j man, John' Bradslmv, Isaac P. Baker, and ! Hon. CiiarlesTjngtcvi Viec%-Presid«tts;.-.and i O. G. Hempstead and Hi H. Fra?ier, Secrc- j tanes. .'-; ., Tire Committee appointed at last meetii g. not having finished the preparation of the s' ddress to the people of this State, wascontinucd, to report at an ndjounied meeting to lie held on the fin>t Mondny evening of next April Court. , ¦'<•/* .. On .motion, 'a'CentrarCoiinly-Comnilu^e waS'.appointtjl by the Pro.si|clent,-viz: Ch'arlk F. Road. Peter Decker, Gilbert 'Warner, B. :' ' I L. Ganficld,. Aiims Williams, Win: Foster, ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

Greeley on Sham Democracy. The Jfcic York Tribune says, in its issue of Friday last,." That whitcU sepulchre which calls, itself the Democratic party, has become the abject implement aiid servitor of flic Slave Power. Virginia; the Caroliiias, Aiiii ¦ '¦ i ¦ ' ' i' bama, and Mississippi, select and nominate fhe Democratic Presidents: those Presidents know who: made them—those who want to be Democratic candidates hereafter know: also that tlvey must square their opinions and their vo'.ps by the Soiilii Carolina standard, or there-£s no chance. So lonjr as the Slave Power, .r.itting through tlie Sham Democracy, shall mhltjo our Presidents and control the Federal;Patronage; we shall have Millieijs after Mictions squandered'on purchases Of slips oi'; desert or jungje" on our Southern frontier^ on forts and armaments, on ships and batteries, but nothing, or'next to nothing, upon improvements to-'advance Industrial prpsperi iy or promote the arts of peace." ! We lv>T-e."thi«f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

¦ i ^?4i!S-.:'U;jHwtt^tr^-4/'. -!f "I It Wasjthought that women's fnilurc losing Ikiss! «]oii1d terminate all1 further attenipts <in their^rt 4emulate the meii in .the *"4us!1* er waTk^fSiif]jinuaic. ].Buti faifingt to rcadh souhdoigs iji;so deep! 'water, ihev'vnuvcUguj't \ . \ I' ll *•¦*; j > 'i • *" '.,' *.^ -_' -." ; '• *,'" 'l":-\ i *", ttteir5|jpail to, tho windward, and |it w.oit ild seeih|^ith bittcr];suc>jes &;!'¦ ''A] Female|CTornct B|id) (says the Cleveland Herald'}Coippos<Jtj}of the Misses! Maddcrin sislelrs^ aiid youpgl Tadic s of high respectability, Hnve-.rccen|||st%i(:d;' hi "Buftlilo!'as'Vconcert trouj^, nndih.iva]beMi playing to crowded and fashionabiv iiudicticcs in that city and iu Detroit. The; company number eight performers! aijd their invention.-'is said to be . remorUttbly perfecf.*':--!' : .-"V -¦:¦ ''': ' ' -.:' 'j-.l: -¦•-'"Wjlitiift'^tarfling^Jnhoeittoft. to he '"jfurdl Our] pectiliar prerogative to deal in ''ssou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

[ The Governor's Message Is-too long for [insertion in our paper:this week, anji wc must therefore content ourselves with .a b»-;uf iknopsis: ' jl' Acconliugi.o the Metengc, tBereliable rovenucs of ahe State are a million or dofiars above .the ore inary expenses, consequentlyrit is' iuferrtjd' that the State, debt .can"be paid, provided .no. new'work's lie commenced,, without any jiucrcasc jbf taxation, or any"change in the iegishtive p&liey of the State. 'l\ionet profits of the public works for the year were 7o0,G0i dollars. As to the sale of the public, works, the Governor thinks this should depend entirely upon the price offered.. He is opposed to a sdle except at a fair rate. ! .. The Gover lor is decidedly opposed to the repeal o\' the ton^ge duties on articles,trap'sported -\jivei-t lu.Is'cnna. R. R.. as this tats -jis according to the j stipulations of the charter, and the i re've iucsi therefrom are needed by the State. ' . . -j . Tnc funded debt of flic State ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

;: know-Nothingism and the "Peculiar In-: -; l: ;!' i] ! r stitutions-'!, . . 'I' r i Exlruct*from[tkt Sperr!, of Hon. L. J/. At.itt, t>/ ; •Sc/utii Ciirolini, in the House of Rcpreunfativit, j JanuaryS' ,! ^55. : '_..;'¦ ] .,» i S|r^ I .-'said Know NotliingKm is a iiond,e-.script;thing.; Is it not? Scarcely more aiid ; •moK^variaiitVcIeinents were mingled t •gethe-r , 'bv :the great dramatist in the witch'es'vc.itifrdroiijilhaii hiive been fu«ed .together in ..this Kik>w>Nothing organization. If it evejr I 4-; !consisteiicy, lit-will be the fiery consist epcy of Al«)litioiiisni. 1. will not. discuss -'iti'jWir th-; place]:'butflw]ili exainine.it in its " early breath ingjr^jand also when- its stature was <irow]n ; 1nnd the baptismal water had been poured ¦ j : ¦ ij.. V 1( . . v i -i <ttK)l> Uu brow.: f ! : I think; Mr] Chairman, it is an e-i|orto siip]pojbc thiit iKtiow-Nothitigism is i. hne?eeruptioiibn jthe surface. It -penetrates...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 18 January 1855

— COBBESPO^DENOE. _*—'— f6r the Independent Republican. • New' Yoek Cirri Friday, January, 12,I8$5. . '.-MKSsnsf Editors—Your kindness in g vin-J publicity to my. recent plea in behalf lot tlie poor'children of NeW.^ork, lias already brought joy to hearts Uiat, were once desolate, and provided a home for1 the fi-iehdlcjss \a«d destitu'te^an-appeal to'the beucvole it ' ''could hardly have evoked a more generous " "•res'voiise. Fourteen applications have bcCii! received, andjscyeral' others are expected, in a few days, from sonic of the most intcUigctit nnd'upvight citizens of Susquehanna cnuntyj; and thjU morning at seven o'clock, wo. sent thc aiystter to those applications, in 'whit miirht be termed without impropriety, "¦lortg | epistles." ., A ' 'i ' - .Your readers would have been interested In the motley group who assembled at the Erie.Railroad Depot, previous to their dt^ parturc for thc country. Some had never been away from, home—some had no home. Some of'.the yoaiige...

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