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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

MARRIED. ! In Towaads, on the 80th ult, bv tie Rev. Mr -Uirlms, Mb. Thsodo«b A. Ltoss of Montrose and Siss Elih. JL Dbjxi of the former place. On Tuesday, 15 ult, by,the same, Ma. Gianxsa Bon., of Montrose, to Miss Eiscr* N. Maanx of lister. - "•'. '-. ^-^_ ' DEATHS In Great Bend, »n the 18th of May ult, of Commmp-SSn Bow"' **)".*: ,i)nBo5'E^" ^ At 1Harford ^ o^ittie 9thinst,M«l AaaiB. Miitra, *J< tf £ev. A. Mflkr, aged 47 years. ¦ ^

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

_je^ Jl^ertise^g,: A WP^ASSOBTMEHX;OF STAPLE Bat'?i ^ Pry -Goods, Groceries, Hardware, •Kg'• fe""*1 Shoes, Wa Tsfer, Drugi fc£"1 l!il,'tt' *hich;wiObes^as cheap Vvbei^h T'pw ^or <^'»'«PPrOTed credit by ^ ^^JanelsyiBSS. ' ,; H.M.JoifEg. MLACK GrodTiuune Sflks of excellent quafitT ¦RiSnBir- H/M. JONES'. 'fewmsmffl, by i H.M.VONES. tADT made clothing at low prices by : ^«SH-part for Wool by: HTTTjOMffi^ /Tni ¦ Harford. Jnn>W, Isr.« (JASH paid for Dairy Butter by " :—: ~ 1—JLa '- H. It. JOKER. ^^"»WmeH^5 oot8 ,ndg hoei rt . ^ &,.,., v—~—s—_____ H. M. JONES. : WSSirl! ^^^^-nm Li Ribbons at ^ H vB _JS?__i,d V ^^^^^ p^^^ —L__ ; i' H. _.' JOKER Mb«OI_ERING and WindowTTrap^SsifV ..._"*_ford. June 1st, 1855. . H. M. JONES. Auditor's Ifotlce. jwque/tanna County ss. !" . PHE undereignedv an Auditor appointed by the ia„0rp ,ha,S Court " ¦•« toun^to «s«b«to S_* •*?Hei™ rf Th»«B*e ri«^ ie>«__eAS ^tThio^ *^ totte Mes1rlS?S»fci <1*"of t . °ffi * m Mon»«»«.I»n Ba...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

OBIflSRAJ. FIJaUVISBIIICl STOBE I ¦ :.->¦}.'¦ Aim ""' ' '• ' ! TaUorlAff EstabUsasstent ¦I" • "'f: ;« !¦ Q: ¦ s. [_•' 80BO0MAnWa DKPOT. T ASHER 4 Coj would wspectf-Hy aaoonnce to O their friends and t_e public genetaliy, that they keep eonstauUy onib|nd ajfoll assortment af Ready Mads^k«hing,Bovtt and Shoe* , Bs4sa_dCapa ,aQd •very thing else necessary for men sad women* Wear We Would particularly call jthe attention of country Merchants to our large «tock of Ready-Made CtoUilag, of ouijows m»nufact_re , whfch we offer at wholesale , at prices that will sMM mat inducemeaU to cum and short-time custouSers. ¦[• A Urge stock of Ootlw, Cassimerea, Veeti_M,tc. kept cjmatantly on haftd, fo| persons deaironsoTbaving clothing made to ^tder.| - Ordin punctualfyi a^tendU t* £?£l *• SS^' K 4 '- ASHKR _ Co. _Susq^eIiaM»l»e^P_ J Msy 1V1US. I ^TOTTCE is hereby preaj that letters of admiolrtra i«2 Jfi T" *_? ^f** ^QCBSHOM BUNNELL, ««lr « to^PPfeAubWo>ce_sed , bare been SW ,to »• ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

VSsTt^f r^SpS; Lou «a am, aSfv^th ,m f®°* GoodTit the $$£ , MfirWAfr ff^.^.stocfcof^GoodswhS * * L'~.?^' i CW IfrtTT T^^a, IWtUJW lor c*e ahiUmg; Uwas, fosi THIT UOHTlfUfO EXPRESS t Time Saved !—fare Reduced {—Through byDaylight! -l-.X¦¦ HAWjLETi' As JENKS | J AVE formed a partnership in Montrose, for the SWItStT*^ **n? ««*«»<>*'• BLACKu Jc ^ •?.**M,t»nd' new feeler's Hojw/iar* lurf;Pnnjh«ed an entite new stock ot YZl ^"P.™"* s full aaaor tment of all kinds, direcUronrthecity jWe riuU keep coustonti7 on bsod^ m^rouud and Muare Nail Rods, Cast Steel Toercprk Rods, Refined Tyre Iron, all sizes. Band \ ^ SK% , "vS-1"*" essoAnent of malleable Iron, Con Chains, Carriage Bolts4c * , c. ^ .WAGONS AND CARRIAGES lT S*^^ a shor t notice, and stock found,1 or made to order throughout, aa may best suit our patrons. AH business transactions must be seitled once a year. Short settlements and long friends is our motto. • ! ABy strict attention to business we hope to receive * "...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

'- '.-"&--•• i.^>? For Preset, -.- !-,.--! MR. CHASE, OF OHlfJ. j".-': : For Vke President, J,;. I MB. WILMOT, OP PK».«YLVA1S1A. More New Ctoodb at tne ResI Fla« Store. ! T , HENRY McKDiNEY. I^rirjaT^ May 15,1855.: j; | 20—W3 ' J! if ChanicolTlmeT ~ DELiWARE, LfCKAWANNA AND WESTERN ' ¦ ¦¦ ; BAIaLBOAB. -¦'.. ON,and!aherkonday. May rth,- 1855, tho Mail .! Passenger Train wiD depart from Scranton at 10.20 x. w. Due at Great Bend at 1;20 r k Connecting with the Dunkirk Express West on the N Y 4E, R.R. ; Passengers tokihgthb tram wfll arrive in Dunkirk at 11:15 r.a., and in New York at 11-18 r. ai'i;,'.- r , j 1 - Returning,' will leave Great Bend at 4 p V due atScrs>tonat:6:4'5 r. m. ! . j : "* The Freight Accommodation Train, with passenger car attached, will leave Scranton at 1 r.a.^due at G«est Bend at 6; r. a., connecting with the Mail Traia.Weet, andjthe Night: Express ^^ Eaft Passcrtgcrs' Ukini this train ahd the Night Express WestJjWill arrive in Dunkirk a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

'. ' -,*,-. !i,- .. - ..Mk ¦¦¦¦¦.:<¦.;;]• JOsirBSTIJaSi'B . ¦ .''J.; With an entii4 new akd Brilliant Equipment. This ISrSS^S fe 1M^^ °° & 9*j£ Jttne lOtn, lQ50i.afternoon and evening;^ £cor, open « aa and fit o'clock r. „. PerformSce ^sn hour sfterwards. Admission 25 cents. I J^A^^&ty***** «ort^elegs»» ,BbT eUyaad variety of ito fin^ruanJaenta; T^J j E«B*,«?1«»?*. OyUnaatic, sxsttt Panto MONS. NICOLO and his throe'Juvetiile WoadL. Alphon^Sabistian, and Alma, togethTwuTtileir twowonderfuBy trained and bighlylnteilectua! Dona, n&"?' ^*%.<ta? *•%"»*»*> Comfo>e^S Olvmpic, Psn^Theatrfe Royal, - Drnry Lmie, 2nd fi£ LmW AmP"h^. ^i«. iranconi's iHip^c drome, New York, 4cJ A "f MR.|DAVIS JlICHAtes, the wDdEeeeatrfJirejs^ man wiDappeir with his untamed PRAraiESTElTO mhis.Dare^eyil Act! without saddliT orSe! jumprng hurdles, leaping fcnces,4e. This is the most o*nng and wonderful ict of horscmanaeip ever witnessed. I. ;. I; _ . j J wt!?i.^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

— - ! t . - .-* " '-. ' ! ¦ • - - TOE BIT1LIKMJ* "* ':f.'i" Mfeceii^^ikcic^ The-Butt'Dbg is tho tndft brutal and the least intelligent of hisses; its, depressed foreheadi'.Jts'undcr.hangi.igjjaw8ind.bloodahot oves; unite in forming fb^rfomncat.on of tticsavage.: Although capable ufsoroe attachment: it cannot be relied upon as afrjenfl. So utterly without intellect is the wurageol the bull dog, that it will attack anything that. giv<?s ofience. Tins d6g hasinjvctbvcri a pet - in tho United States, but iu England among a large class of citizens, it }s carefully raised and employed in bolbbaiis. In |these bnll-; baits the dog, while fastened to the hose of some unfortunate bull, has!one leg!auer. tinother cut off with a-knife to test its courage; .ind tWs display baa been hailed by the piiuir Jits of,the rural population, arid tho eheoiiragemenVof the scions of "tlie ftobjlity. 'History-relates that Alexander once' witnessed a bull dog attack a famett lion, and being wil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

; .. . .1 Catlin's Presence of Mind.., - i Catjin, the famous American traveller and ! collector of Indian! curioshiei, has passed! ¦ ; through some stirring scenes in the course! /Ot his adventures. The following is' related, j by.'a: fellow ..traveller, who gave Catlin thej soubriquet of * Governor:' , - [ One day, when we had landed, and most I ¦ _jo( our party were lying asleep on the boat,.! • which was drawn under the shade of some i , large trees, the Governor and I had collect- j ed some, wood, and made a large fire.on the i bank, two or thr«-e' rode from the.boat, over j which'we were roasting a fat pjg, which 1 had . shot from the boat during the morning. I was; squatted down on one side -of the fire, i holdiug a short handled frying pan, in which j we had made some very rk'h" gravy, which j \he Governor Vas- ladling ' out on the pig; with an Indian wooden spoon. All of a sudden, I observed his eye fixed on something over my shoulder', when he said to me in a very ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

.' Qwrs&&&sijjB v-':'"- B^ff.wJLosdisnow. .-?'• -', : '-: ,-„.'-'(¦-•¦"• .-.Tr-TT^Ji >.;-."-;".: ^-': ^l ,. In,the.V«teyof;theVlre , -, ¦,¦,:/¦.* K..& Still is keen an ancient.mill, ;; . l'-1' Witl|,i^tabji*quaint and queer/' Ahd beneath the window ail), „ ,ri-,. ' ,. . ~ *'~-:' ~0ltiie 5tonc:" ["¦ ".... • ; '.,... i;.' r^ ¦'.'„• " ^Tgci ^ lKOras alone, " '," i,,, '-" Oliver Basaeuhlivedjhcre." ... ... J'., . Earabovi Wi on the sleep,*: :". ..;..; '-|~ ; ^RuiriMSJandsthe oWCbatcau; / . '-. NbUiinebtttthetloipJoii-keep ,-,. "V L, iLeft. Tol- shelter or Jot show. ,:.-., ' / . .'' (' :. Iti ?acaht eyes i ''¦}.' ." i'v\Stoi)eat'tneskifas -. -. , .. - ^ ..- ' , Stare'at the valley, grcim and deep*.' ' J-| . Onceac«veni,oldan^Wwn, . ¦ =-':' -il .tookcaV butpht it looks no more, . -.. v I - ;. From! thej acighboring hillside down ;. : - '..'. Qn'tbeSrnshingahdtheroar ,-':|. ,i-,. .!¦; Of the stream-1 V : !'-.""' '*"' j V?hose sunny $cam | ' Chee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

HlAdtfJ^aM^f^^f^ofNew \JR York, Vill.be hi iMc^Jae on ftp Oth, 7th and Sth bfeacb monfti.'and ^Sfbe wmtjilted:« Hatch's Hot ^W^^W^^ItV^awe^imaaem^lo tKS fujmm ^^' ^p^m&MPTION;-Bfd& chhflir»feniiKlmTOiHh|»;i^njg i»;-Tlir^t^'^^ KM iU«rs ahdiSpleen, -l^spep^, *W%e»«»<>ti;)tlVe^ OoMplalhfc:SrtEWA*h^,lfcroralft-!^r^« CeriblaihnV, IWseaSes' c*Hb*M^::'ewr,;- *efv<»us. Vltm^r' tti!, 4e^'^!Pariie«m> * S'ttewHdh r^rreii" to* theSiseaserfJof^emaTeft arioT ^hfloVertr 'Thi^i?aT^N;, anwio^' stWtBaiiT«e^us'''^i^f/yVww.•,"^^ '""ft '" iff. Ilarriii is well acquainted^tlrb^h'Tfo^bjJa thylina AUdifathy, hairing l>een'In'constant sfinrrand. p™«*i"eefor flie'lartsrWclve yeaiW.^ihd Brfrln^lfl^tln* trojjiccd Ilonicopath^ iiitovBibgTiBliiton,, iNii'T;;.;W 18-t|f. . llisplan of trilatnierit.t yiihTMj-kdftfajs&' tnga-<rfM*,''ond di/Terent fr^nrthut'ofahV- other: phyiwisn, aii4|enres'ne*rl^ all casps in all utages of the AieweV $5gr Dr. Htb^^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

j A Marihal ef the United State*. Ajhong! the Ameift-ans whoattendedjlhe late^hall given "at the; hotel de Ville, Paris, tras-Jack] 3piccr[ ot Kentoclcy. Jack rushed the ,8ress ii somewhat strong, and sported epaulftts on hi* shbuiders large enough to start four Major Generalsiih btrsiness. Jack .wfas the phst-r\ t-d of bill observers, and got mixed op with a'party jthatjhis Mends couldoot account for. WneVeve^the tharshals 6f^?ranfee went, there went JacJ{^ and When ihe niarsbate "sat down, Jack jdid the same, always! taking the host Of honor.1 "The day after! lh4 ball, Jacs ealiud on his oljl acquaintance, Mr. Ma-6onJ"fear.!!ltmster fo(>Fnmc«, ^0 started tip a little co i versa ^oh In the following manner: ' I hear^ Jack^ yoii vere^at. the hall laist night?.¦ ¦::.:-•}. ¦ -,- ,_ ,. ^jhwas, air;;'«jd bad a high old time.' ; * iPor'i ti^V^pu^i-e indebted", I suppose, to the j high old coxiipany you . got m«ed up wi41 ¦ ¦ ¦ By tiie »ajrv how come you astocja tedjwitb^mttr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

AS AMOROaS AEEOHATTT. A late Frthch journaj relates the following well-invbnted story*, !which,. it will be seen; isJ Frjeuch all of et:—' "\Vhile Mons. Godardiw as!-filling an iuuutaise balloon in the Chajnp or Mars hejamnscd the spejeta tors bykending up the imall figure of a man, the perfect'{seiiiUauce of M.j Thiers without spectacles. The little man -being filled with ga| rose majestically into tbe;'-air, and was sodri lost to vievr amoiig the clouds. His adventures, whlchj became kttbwn,rthc next da]\ j»-ere curiousij Thanks to a strong and favorable gale,, whii-h impelled him on his coucsej t^ie little;balioon-man arrived ;the in tne oi same anemoon Slgnl |a nne couniry house ip ' thje neighborhood of Bievro., It wasne4r tbjSbour of difiner, aid the ladjr.of the hiansioij, who natijhilly thought hcrseif perfectly" safe, was occupied "in the mysteriiBs of her-tiiik-t. lt.'was.a| vrarm!.day, and she 'had opened one of thelHrindowls which lodked out up4n the: park, and] ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

. - „, - ....'¦¦^ •" ¦ •¦ ¦¦¦¦ -.'-—^-j '':'.:¦!,Y..': T. B-Oraliai^d, ifc D-. ,'.'.',„ ,1-.-PtrfglCIAJf AXD SURGEON, Jackgon, Susque,-hahha county,Pa.; j Residence at the Postoffice. '¦"¦¦ ,:. ¦ .-"";¦ Hall & Lamb, '.'-." \: GAjBINET MAKERS, bavo recently opened a warf ' . room ia Kew Miliro'r<l,.:.Pai, and will keep fcoor stantlylon h'anilslt kinds ofCabinct-ware; also Readymade Coffins. '.Funci-als attended with or without 5a hearse; Ware-room nearly opposite J. Diekcrmanjg Store. '("•• ',! . - IKewrMiirord, May 15,1855.. 20—ly i '. ¦ ¦ f , A^ & E. Baldwin,' | MAiSTTACTtTRERS OF SADDLES, HABXESS-,. Trunks, AVhips, kc, in the Basement of Scarle'a ITotc!, Montrose, Pa., ;"" ¦' I ! c. Mi Simmons, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Shop firs.t door east of Odd Fellows' Hall, Tuntpikc St., Montrose. I ; ,___ ' __.J *^ '; J ; ¦;.']- W.:Singleton ' |' G.KS now be found at his new stand on Owego'st two doors west of Searle's Hotel, where he.e/- feetuaUy repairs with dispatch, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

' : ' i= . i' .. i -. i-r ; ¦: 'I To the Peoalo of - SBsqnchaoua .¦HjY>^oi(»tf.,;r •- .-!- BEING one of tbe;grcAl«stsmTBrcrs by the recent desirjictiTit j fag; hi Mmrtrose,. haying lost my stererhouw and nearly all", of.mylfioods, I have nol. however, ^vcft. over' to despair, but I have' taken * stor e room. In the lower paxt of (be town, first dooi north"of Kecler'a Hotel, iilto which I nave placed the small itock Bavc4<j-onv,tlie,fire,a»d will in the course of a very, short tiuie fill liji the store'; with an entire new Stock ofgbbds. 'Tii jny jirescnt new location, I 'will be happy to MS and .wait! 60' Sty old customers and.-tho-publio' generally iwho will iavor mo with a calL iv f {iave resolved tji:\lneter jApe up the skip. ' -r^ i;iun) dcfcrniiiwl to||c«p SDRuri STORE, and tin.". keep a good as^' runcntof Drnys ^ MediiiniitfP.aiAts, Qi&PycT*iujfriQricfcr:ier, Glats-wdre, Jnodry, P*r fumer' y, Taiiies Notioni, and all sorts of Fancy Good*, kc &cY...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

^i^^Z^amemmmgm& ' '^kt3\^-^itii=*fti^if^r^ife^^^i BOUGHT fhhelb^ftoHctt? inwHrtl^e spMfts% cbralngrfY | tf. BT7KB0WS i <». | . Qftwrn; ocfeb'cr ij, rtftiHj-" ¦¦- !,.'."'!/:"!,.,";, - ^lofiislCasslmcrc^ nud Y«>Un|f«. ..' >, A Urge assortment and at prices lower than wehava ever b^nenaWedt* oWBf |theipl heretofore. lY^ Yl ' oibso?vOcjt.ii;i8M..-j'- itf^"'-' ¦:'.••-'t --*:¦ : ' Dress Goods. ',./'';. 'Y,r ,.;/¦!' A great variety and bcautjifuljl styles, arid'almpsfas cheap!a»-couI4J>edesiredp;a ^ByRRO IFSjtf.CO. Gibsbti^ October tg, 1851. '"' "' . ." '. „, '.' ¦¦ ". Black Silk, ' ¦' -¦ ' ¦ * A good qualitv for dresses1 Stj81 "cents per yard.' October lyisfrsf: _J_ r?iJ?HJ^y VSA'CO._ -.-:v"Y: , ..-'-i :'• .-iSliajwiW: - ,-''¦ s'- 'JIT Long ami icptnre, wool, brocbe, and silk, Tery.lialKit some styles Snd at eitremisly tow prices; 3 H%'i *Ki* October 1-j, 18M|_.. £ C< BDRRO1FS k.W. ¦: ¦ ¦ - " Brorneisttnwls .t.-.r.w CheapWthan1' ever before iki...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

in J."»sr;xJ I, 't\ apt^CT^OOfCbF -L -; I,A. ' '¦" ¦ ' - •nh^BSVmOUBU «<KH»» AT ,:l^r . I .ntoi'f&H Hif»ii^.po^c&ieo^-> •-. - -!'; ... I ¦ ^^inw'cflWiothefdbncten^ S ts rjthetAissTHirijtg-oi Uoodr^to'be had ia« B where i»*becotintry, snd for the verylowe&t prftu. m with'o\n-variat<oftr .,r-> ..-; .-. ¦:..,.:¦vt..,t.; ... .';• Wm Y READYM^E-tiofiif^G. ' 1 H QUMM1R STYLES; L'LVPosrif'CoVhave W. Wt ^ madcS*rgeaddhlc«lt6;ftei*sloc1f<if olothin,, fH consisting now of everything desirable for the baVet - jm atsucb.pricfl a$ are sure toeuiUf..The goodsf»re YlH m^^rs^jatc^anu wp.wWranttb^FOrkto^'eeij,^ "- Wt ¦","I#**'1Iv?*»* to any e.ver'b'elor^'offered iii ihis ifj,."" TM set! 'Pur's«*k;:comprtses Coats,- 8ne bket FrAifh S Satin?,5 Froek* and BotincM 5 -Tweedy C^salilMr^tof - - * ¦ JilStBaoeMJBnd-Frbcks.-.^l&d.brtrarti.ahd wldtcSwi^ S mi»ptw,And twillcdn YEST^Wb^ and/colirM K Mirsailli;s„ TaleritMi,'Lasting, figiircd Bara...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

"';" foeft Go*!*' SHOWERor nrx. r*lph hqtt. In a valley that I know— .• "' Happy scene! ". ' There arc meadows sloping low,... There' the fairest floWera blowK AH serene I ^ - • . • '. But the sweetest thing to see If yon ask the dripping tree,'., ' Or* the harvest-hoping twain, - In the rain. . ' | ' ' ' - . Ah, the dweller? of the town,' How they sigh, How ungratefully they frown < When the cloud'king shakes his crown, And tae pearls come pouring,down vr|rom the sky! •'_."' --They descry no charm at all ' Where the sparkling jewels fall, And Rich moment of the shower, Sieeras an hour. »,•-•¦ ¦ > | . ••» Yet there's something very sweet In the sight, . ¦ ¦"', . Whei^ the crystal currents meet, In the dry and dusty street, And t^ioy wrest le with the heat, In their might!-. ,¦ . While! they seem fo hold a talk „; With |the stones along the walk, - —-*id rcmindnhe'm of the rule, ¦ ' To "keep cool!" .v But within that quiet dell, " ." . _ r . Ever fair, ' ' Still t...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

I v - ' • TraTeuisg Votu of an' UntraTelled* Traveller- gl^fcfres Xfebeh i j -——. . Coirespondenco of the Renublican. . , Chicago, June 4, 1855. Ens. IiEriBLiCAN:—In" this day of stir and ste/un'/when' everybody travels, and every publie journal heralds forth what everybody has seen and/ heard along the way, when "notes of travel" have become so abundant and eomrrionjthat even the sketches of eminent tourists arej perused by but few really interesu-d readers, how can I have any reasonable grounds to expec^tKat the readers "of the Republican will give, even a passing glance to my r andom scribblings. But, in order to comply with your kind request, and to afford r.m a pleasant pastime for some perhaps otherwise unemployed moments, I will ^briefly liote some of the incidents, observations, and irapressioris^of mj* trip irom Montrose, to Chicago. | ' . . ' On Saturday, Mty 26th, I took my departure in friend Hatches line, for Kirkwood.— Persons go'ng West by the Erie Rail Road...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

| THE 1RQN SHIlbUD. J Seieeiec) I^ie. ¦ The castle ofilhc Prince of.Tolfi was bi ilt rtnithc surriniit of the towering j and} precipitous rock of Scylla, in all its grandeur. Here, during the wars of Middle Ages, when i.he fertile plains of Italy were devastatexlby f-.astile; fhcti(>ns, those prisoners were conTined for whose ransom an enormous price was ^demanded.) Here, too,;in adun.geon, excavate! dtep in the solid rock, the miserable victim vas inirnured whom; revenge pursued—the da pk, fierce and unpitying revenge of ah Italan h«srt.'. _ j. -. " | I-. • ¦Vivenzio, thu.noble and the generous, ihe fearless in battle, arid the pride of N^aplcs in her sunny hours of peace, the yoimg, ihe brave, the proufl Vivenzio fell,beneath tns .subtle and remorseless spirit. '¦¦ He I was I he prisoner ofTolfijand he languished in that re ck encircled dungeon,, which stood alone, and whose portals never opened twice upon n" living captive. |: ] I It had the-sejnblance of a vast ca...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

¦ ¦¦¦ ,; ' t ¦ y^^gg TheKnow-Nothin;Hational Convention-EwflilBr • Proceedings-r-Split between H. aid^uth. ¦ f . ^;.:f ) ]\ . By thcsktest intelligence previous to I our lastViisstte, HWill^Dc^rjemembcreayttro reports foid| b|en supm^cii io th^Crinyeh^nn on the: Slajvcjr* !qai$stion^&hiaJQ*fty jroport strongly pro-Slavery- and #|&eo^pH.Jwn^ity report Thdj nriribrity rcportiwas^fiijst'acted upori and Tejettei|d'by|a vote of 51 Yeiw to 02 Nay si—The-i ultra pro-slavery resolutions were itheu carried l>y S.vote bf|bfX Nays"tc^SO- Yeas?—On thj! adoption^of the pro-Slavery platform, the Northern members—all but New rqrk—as tlieirr duty to thctnsclvps and their Constituents'demanded, promptly repudiated tWae; tion of the. Convention, and,? in -the- words of Gov.Gimlner,of MassacJiusetts ,shook tbedust frorii ioff their feet ai a testimony agains; the minions of Slavery, r ;- This pro-Slavery: platform was adopted on the night of June lath, and on the 14th the ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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