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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 19 July 1855

(Jood Seasons f6r j^eing Slaves- i * ¦* . 1 ! Tho, Washington Sentinel in a lafiored dc-; fence' of tlii^ inst tutit.i ol'Slavery, says': 1. Name th" Stat2 or coijiitry where !lit: hea'rli '-if tho,laboring classes js better, "or as good, as'that'ot'jilaves; .?!i, i ; 2. .Name the Statu "fjr-;|.coJ!ntrV in which the laboring classes ti-c' niorci siober, or as much so, cd slaves 1 ' ! j I ! - 3. . Or ahy c((itnnuj:iity ainring wiioni there; are so f<;w Imiatjic-rtis among Mayes? ' '-1. Or in" wl^ ich so many children are biirn ¦and safely live ;o maturity?; 5: Or iii which tlierc arcj so few riots,-' murders, assaults or burglaries as among.the slave population? ! 1 {''.''.. 6. Wlu-re is the;. laboring conithnuiTy yyhich is so tareu for in sii-kntjss'and: old ;ige as atnoiig »htye:i '?• ' j 7. . Where U the coirmjitmity tliat- em app'roachla coinparisou betujecnithc. ifttit'usil attadimcttt of ma -ter and; slave |{ • S. Are t-her^nut ii! linhdr.f.l. aye, a thou"-.'., san...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 19 July 1855

| 1Q^^Mmms9t^kmmt**stmm^ ^^^ i . t^ ¦:' !BUSiyAfeS OAftPS.,-;.'- 1 T. B- Orchard, M^D-. ~ ' o. 13ITYSICI.VX XSO -31TIUJKOK, Jackson, Sustinc-. banna county, Cn.;i Jtesidcucajat Uie Foatofficc. ~T~r. _T? S4ll& Lamb,;: ' '. CABfSET MAKlStS, have reccnily opened a wareroom in New JUHbrd, Pa., nnji wiU keep constaHtitoii band allkindi ofCaliitict-ware; also Readymade^Conins. fiinchus attended with or without a hearse. Warc-rooiiilnqarly opposite J. Dickerman's Store. . \ ' ¦ - '!„'.-, New Milford, May\i *r, 1855. . . _J 2D—ly ^ 4 E. Baldwiii, j; M ANCFACTL'n$H& OF SADIiLES,! HARSKsS, Trnnks, >Vliipj, kc, in the Basement of Scarie a Hotel, Montrose,P.i/ i __^j' ' '; ' - C. !& Simmons, BODT -VXD SBOK MAKER." Shop.first door east of OiU Follow* Hall, Tanipikc at., Aruntrodc. -. ~7_'¦ "\5r.¥ingieton C AX now lie foiitjd nt hu new rttand on Owego st. two doors we*J of Searle's Hotel, where he c/- ¦ frcfnalhf repairs *Willi dispatch, i.Watchcs, Clockf=, Jeweln...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 19 July 1855

THE ^EPENDENJf REPUBLICAN. • j rcnuf-UEty Ev>:nf tiidrsdat xbesneo, at aoyTtosc,! PA., A# f I;00 M-B AKSrif, IS IsVASCE. .- j RJttoK of Adrcrtfeiug. i One xtpimrc (SO linos or less),one week, -,f0,50i One square - i " ! two weeks, .,0,"J5; Onesqusrc j - ¦¦" ( ! three weeks, .>l,0O; One square, s : " ; oiie month,;,......1,S5; One square . i'.' i '** . two months,; 2,25! i)nc square 1 ; " three months, 3,l)o; One square- |, . " six months S.tjiff One square j • : ." , - " otte year, g/Kji fA^-'ortwo o^'more squares, inserted by the yisirJjii ' acduction frofn tSc $ hove prices is made. Yearly -uN vcrtiscrs wHl|haif'e t ic privifrze of jdterinjr or chanjgJ nig their advertisements wij|i*ut additional charge.| j "V Bu>ines« ,cards, tot excec«Bng five lines, inserted "at S2,00 peiClnujim ¦ '-%'. ' ] ¦'* n«^ „ "t '¦ •»»»>-Work.'. >. ' .N -. 'j . This o!Uee| j is .suj pliud with, -a fwod assortnieitt |of Jobbing materials, ind all kluds of Job Work, Ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 19 July 1855

I [ \ ! ; j . < \ wltsWKt \Wsimkwms^' ^ri^kWmkWsWSs9MsW ; ¦ v;;' .¦'....¦ «kx '. :. ? v i' i \\ '.' . ^^ . AYEirsj|i»i]Liis..-!A ¦ ¦ ¦ NEW aiid singularly successful remedy for the ii.: cure of all Billions diseases—rCpstiveiiess, Iudigestion. Jaundice, Dropsy, Rueuinatism,iFeversvHumors, Gout, Nervoustjess,; Irritability, Inflammations, Headache, Pains in tho Brcastj Side,Back; and Limbs, Female!Complaints, &c. &c. • Indeed, v^ry few are the dwcascs in'which a Purgative IMedicinoi is not more or less required, and much sickness, and suffering mi-jht be prevented, jf. aj harmless bnt cft'eetual j ciath' arffc were more freely1 usicd.. Nopcjion can feel j -*frell while a costive habit; of ibody previ-iis; besides,] ii sooaj fjenerates'seriousi aiid often'fatal diseases, which might have been avoitled by the. timely and judicious use of a good purgative.: Tliis( is alike true qf Colds, Fcvcrisb sytnptomR, and;Billions derangementsi; Thev all tend to becOnie or...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 19 July 1855

g-Twrrraf, -r jr ¦¦ rmsmstssspmmmmismstsmtmst^smm x • ! ' -.A8^KCT!iBTatflcby"';:H-: * - ' nnEKGOODSAT I.LrPOST&CO.i;i •;...' •] jffer to the 'public the inostjchoico anj r-*ST BrtU"3 of Goods to be hjid and | ¦onutry, and for the very lowest prices, j ion. . .- - " ' ' '-'.-' '-.''¦ READY MADE CLOTHING. ! QUMMERf STYLES. I. L. Post & Co:, have just ; O made a large addition to their stock of clothing, •! fconsiatuig m|w of everything desirable for tho buyer. ! rat suc'i Prices is are sure to suit. Thd: goods are ! made first ratto, and wc warrant the work to be cuW j if not supcr% to any evcrlicfore offered In tm^mi:; kct. Our stock comprises Coats,: fine bfack French ! Sacks, irccks and Business; Tweed, Cassiinere and Jean Sacks tad Frocks, also brown and: white Sum-' tnerplaiir ahd twilled. Vr^rs—White and colored Marsailliis, Talentia, Lasting, fipvrc<i Barathea, figur. ed silk and Satin, and every variety, good and cheap. Pan'tst-Fiu ; black Cassimcre, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 19 July 1855

' | -T U0MB flPATIMST, RADJTATlS.-uf<lniember.9ftheUiiivcrsityofNcty York, will bcl in. Montrose on the Cth, "HI, and 8th ofeaeji month,! and may be consulted at Hatch's Hotel foRthrcolday!-, upon all diseases incidental to the human sysjictui, viz: CONSUMPTION, Bronchitis iiifllmatiOlfof tlie Lnnga, Throat, Liver, Pleura, Kidneysi{bd S-Slce 1, Dyspepsia,'{Indigestion,)'Liver, Coroplainf, Ri«iJitAris«, Scrofula, Eruptions, Spin/J Complainis, DiK-ascs* of tho eye and ear, Nervous Weakftesl, Acl; &fc.. Particular, attention given to the diswiis of jFeihalesaiid Children. The variou-= affectioiislof thje Uterus raiRcally cured. ' Dr. Rafris isfiwdl tic(jtui!ht(i(t''with bothnoinoopathy ahd'4-HopinIiyi having been, in constant study and practice fbr th^i lait twelve ycars,.:<md having' first introduced! Bonicofkitby into Bingluuuton, N. YU in 1811. llis plijp of treatment is mild, safe and efficacious, anj{-different-froth that of any other physician,, and curei[...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

6oJtesj)o*)dej) Far A* R&Mic**. ¦ - ¦ ¦ \f • ^ • '\ Messrs, Editoeb:,—It was with general Approbation the remarks <*" A School DW rector " upon the last reported acts and defers |of <he "teachers' Association"" were received at this part of our county. I had contem plated to review their wonderful system, and scan their acts and designs; and now, with your leave, I wUl do so. And here let me say, if I had good evidence to believe that they are free from sinister motives, and that self-interest Is not their ruling passion, and which their own-reports seem, to declare,! should have nothing to say. They have already received several admonitory hints that it was believed they were doing no good for the schools—that their purposes, it was believed, were of a -sinister nature—that their reports were not received with interest by the public, but with jeer and jest, being fulsome, wearisome, and nonentertaiaing—even disgusting—yet the have sedulouslyfpersisted* i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

. . _ I W AH OTMlBrOI. ; ? the IastnuiB|e?^. tl»«;N^Xo*Qn«fc $A point of ^naeinfluM^s^pji. (^ ^ ifejt^^ta «^^S^« 0btton thla jearth. From, the it%wjfew jteauaUd. It spears ^me .scientific men Jiavo come to the conclusion tot the wooit exercises naini fluence whatever on the\ weather; cwRt't* anything else on the earth, ^Ki |« ott^ Pos.tively affirm thatit does;?^ opralons or popular belief of dmrent ,»mtiffl»*-«»tage and civilized—with respect;to theraoon^ influence, is something very. r^' arfiaW—Almost every natiqjr belives^ 'the moon affects the weather, the crop>, the cattafifeaf: timber, the decay of fish;;and tiei heaM^ man. In many places in England it ia a .common belief that persons never die of sickness .when the tide is>iinning, in, Jn. South America the* natives pay strict attention ^1 the lunafijjrfs in sowhtg Hieir ^6'ps*: ft;,'«* pretty well settka now, we beliaytf thai fish and flesh" decay more rapidly when exposed to the moon s rays than when cov...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

THE BASEF0QTB0Y. J; .- ¦:. $dc?#£oty&K - ;• \s or Jons c. wmrriEB. ' ..[' » Blessings on thee, little man! Barefoot boy, with cheek of tan! ". With thy torncd-up-pantaloons, And thy merry whistled tunes—' *¦¦ With thy red b' p, fodder slifl, Kissed hy strawberries on the hfl1—With tbcennshine on thy face' Through thy torn brim's jannu grace; From my hear t I give thee Joy—I was once a barefoot boy I Prince thou art—the grown-up man Only is republican. , Let the mOHon-dottared ride— f _ ¦'.'" Barefoot, trudging at his aide, >* ;" ' . Thou hast more than he can'buy, - ' In the reach of ear and eye . Outward sunshine,' inward joy; Blessings on thee, barefoot boy! t Oh! for boyhood's painless play, Sleep that wakes in laughing day;! - . Health that mocks the doctor's rulesi; )'. . Knowledge, never.learncd of schools, . ¦ Of the wild bee's "morning-chase, ! ¦ Of the wild flower's time and place, Might of tKelowI, and'habitudos^ .\, Of the U'riarits of the wood, - !...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

foJIiicai I A GREAT SPEECH, PKUVKBKD AT PHILADELPHUinr THOMAS II. .•'<- iFOBD, OF OHlOi. - j fhin Speaking—Sl avery Denow cek—Jtay. i Mr <t Co. brought to the Concessional—I iPo^Ud Ittu4tration—Xorihtr\ i fonhkiee i^"&»onK»i»M J?e/fn«f. 1 L :?{%cfoJfowiiic.is a correct repprfl of the fiS^S.-^9^.F°$>of °hl0« * *lh* j» | h0 Philadelphia Know Nothinj; Convention, It is moOf the most truthf il.comprehchsirc and bluntly eloquent Steeihes ve have ever read :—Atb. Jour I | ;Mn. PKsinKNT:—I feel much mibarrassjnpnt when I reflect that I arise to nWesent Pe views of the mighty West on Ithii veved question of Slavery, now under dlJculsion — } would to God that some gcntle riah more competent to the task had undertaken it—gentlemen from other States have s|oWn a ^ trong disposition to discuss party p^kics in Jhjs debate.. With the dirty detai s if piu-t v • Politics we have nothing to do, in Oiiid. Our principles arc patriotic ami pure, oiirhurpos-<^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

A COBNISH METHODIST IH CTraA^imE nrauismoH. / \, _j . ^_j^ .^ i. - j. Some years isihee, a fcweiiterprising Iln'glishmen mrmed a company in London, Jo work acoppcrmincin the island ofCubt.-f-Thitheirthey.sent a largo number of Corivsh miners; and very profirable, it is's&id, lias their speculation proved. • I i, One of the engineers, a warm-hearted M ;Aodist, lately gave us a graphic description .of the trials these mcu.sufiercd, in losing ttt^ir religious privileges, and going to a landj if idolatry; for every -one is aware, the Ron irt'b ists have undisturbed sway throughout the Spanish possessions^ Their first taste of fjie Rouiish priesthood was iin mediately aftjir laftding. They were cited to appear before thcanthorities on a charge of havingsmug--gled Bibles into Cuba. Rich of them had, of course, as a Christian man, his own bookj ami'they stated, With all simplicity,'Ihat tiey were Wesleynn Methodists, and haA always had the Bible to read; that they on|y wish...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

1 ^.:.H'-: •:.; ^'Xta-1tttrH»IJa:*Juq£r>^^ :-'?'*~,™,*!™1^--*?«^v-'wtoa-. '»ie«itpf<itt«ii I ordinary speed and endurance. Like most rijre animals, whether human or brute, she wpeccentrieinher habits, ft/matters not who owned her at the time of tho incident we are nljout to relate, suffice to say her owner was a^cnsiblcman, and n thorough, horsemani; his predilection For horseflesh, more tluui ariythjng else, haidng driven him into the livery business. Next to the wife of his bosom he loVed the Nicholas marB^a fact of which both females were sensible, without being at aH jealous of each other. For this reason! the mare was Wredoaly to par ticular customers: and, whet, let, the party hiring w«s always cabfu ly instructed as to peculiarities olf the ammal. A particular friend, unacquainted wjth the animal or her habits, and troubled w^ th an impediment in his speech, as well as a native infirmity of temper, which prevented hii exercising any charity for living crea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

BOSTOHBEOWH-BEEAD. Ao make this article, take) of tie best iel low cbrh-mcal, two parts: of unbolted ryt--meaV (tber ryO should be screened before grinding,) one part; partially wet and mix the corn-meal with hot waWf, ffien add th> rye and the yeast, (hop yeast, one .pint to nine quarts of meat,) .and j 1 thorough™ iBai^ with more warm water, tfheoeisaiy, to make a mass neither hard nor soft,: but1 stiff enotnrb **'«* tjansfentjed with care by t^ hand from the foeeding-trough to the pang thenTie* It stand till it begin? to show «i*« of risimx; put it in. the panaj and M, ftf !st*atfIfor a' few minutes.il it is; not rising too' fesl' then1 put it to bake; it in a brick! ©sen six hours* will be none to many j If in a common store or range, care mustbe taken not toimrn.aod bake from three to six Iron, according to thesize of the )oa£ Toe heat should be moderate after two hours, bbt steady: keep up a scalding neat after the outside » browned properly; ' -.= . •¦ - .„ ¦ j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

uBtumTTPAW nnihrrr COMMITTEE. The Republican County Committee of Susquehanna County will meet at Montrose on Friday, the 2<Ui day of July inst., for the transaction of business preparatory for the Fall election. The following persons conatftate- the Committee: Charles F. Rea.1, Peter Decker, Gilbert Warner, B. L. Canfielu, Amos VTul iases, William Foster, William C. Tiffany,, G: Z. Dimoclc. A ftal attendance is roqested.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

j The Democratic State Convention- j j- itTi—f r _ '.- ' .*: ! .;: For the Rcmtblican.' - S , jiiEssBs .;x.prroRs.—jWe have at length read the proceedings oflthe Democratic State Convention];; as published in tho Monttoso Democrat, and also" the;. editorial comments thereon. That pa'per, lUiug the organ of the party in this opiniiy, is; presumed to sjicak the sentiments of the Democracy. Tlie position which Jt takes, and the action of the delegates itiptl o State Convention will be the criterion by* which we can judge the-sentiments of the party in die county.-. Wc arc informed thje convpniion was composed principally of* inbstiliitedldelegates" of a ': peculiar slripi."l This 'county was represented by E. B. Chase} and A. jLathrop. Chase Was a "substituied.delegate" of a very " peculiar stripe." Mif ijatlu-op'sStripe" wassufficient-! y " peculiar" jto satisfy hi8 constituents rod ho was therefore permitted to attend the convention iiijperson. Resolutions expressing undimini...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

What they Think at the South- i Iho Kichmond Enquirer, which the National Era informs usjs'tW leading journal of the South, is opposed to' the organization of a Southern party—thinks it will break rtv. last hold of the south on thenortb, by destroying.the Sham Bcmocratiq party. The editors pay: the following questionable couipii. incut to their Northern allies:. .-','«The Democratic party; at the North \{s drilUid from boyhood ;ih the principles! of Southern Pvcpublicanism, aod of Opposition to Abolition. Sectional" feeling occasionally misleads its members, but they oftenevin^e. as in the case of Wny^of j the Softs, adispo^ition to return to the faith of their fathers and of their youth; Whilst ^ on^thc hautl, even the conseryaTivevJ portion <5f>the Whig party '; of the -JJortb,"the SilvejK Gray aid' Webster men,, have beensft/indoctriiiati'J with liatrjetl the South, that/they; will notal.-f. with us; to acHievO aconYtoon jobject; ] ' ""Aj large port|bn of tj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

INDEPEHDINT: iREPOBLICAH. CHARLES F. RBAD ATXJS H. H. FRAZIKR, F-DITORS :" tt'--1 v " v: —: ¦ i: ¦ — * ¦ ¦ ¦ ".•';,"' "**, \ MOrlTROSE, PA. TUnrsday Morning, July ae.^M*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

Position and Prospects of parties. North and Soma. -,.v- At the South, there seem to be but two parties'in existence, the Democracy and the Know-Nothings ^s both of which profess' precisely the same principles on the Slavery question. Each party claims to be more pWsiavery than!its antagonist, but ther^can be no doubt both are 'sound' in that respect. In Georgia, fo?•example, tho Democracy have hifejy adopted* platform in which they ^eelare that b refusal to admit Kansas iiitp the 'UniWas a Slave State, will be considered by w>rgia a sufficient ground for dissolving the Union. Tho Know-Nothing State ^Council of Georgia has since met, and u'nwiiling to let 4he Democracy get the start of thsm, har adopted, so far as Slavery is concerned, precisely the same platform: Tlie same platform has also been adopted by the Democracy of other Southern States; and indeed it seems to be the doctrine of that ¦ party'; every where, that the Missouri Compromise lino must not bo restore...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

! The Democrat Mid Free Soil- i;- '-- For ihc-past-yearj bur neighbor of [the Democrat has professed to be deadly hostile to the repeal;.of the Missouri Comprotnisc, and ifti ifo^exlerisioii ofslavery^ovcr tcrrjtpry nowjfreo'-jy that compjict; andV during that period mi ny-"wel 1'writf.cn articles-have, from time' to tine appeared in that paper, advocating Northern interest1', and in opposition to that Southern and doughface policy which has so long directed and controlled the poli cy .of the country. ; i . Of the 5000 voters in this county we have no doulit [that more than four thousand are, to say fh(i least, professedly free soil. The old finer1 * in, their Convention. kjst winter," took; thCjiriost radical free' soil .ground^ and setting as de those who went for the resolutions, as they said, for policy, it; can hiirdly be disputed that a majority of; that party woulePpVfer to stand upon a Northern j platform ;¦ th'v Demperat but a shore time since taking tlw ground, thr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 July 1855

Dinner at thp Academy Hall- ! Fvr the. Republican. - - \ , ;: :lne younger stiidents of the Academy were greatly disappointed because the'Exhibition was not to bej held at! the close of the term, and they! determined'to-have some'enjpyment. On [Friday morning they provided an excellent dinner at the; Academy Hall. The tables were loaded withievery thing nice and desirable, and the young ladies who furnished them gained great credit to then> selves. The Teachers, (for whose special benefit the dinner was prepared,) the Trustees, and some j friends werti present, beside the scholars. After |ample justice had been done to the eatjfblW and the tables cleared, first Samuel Jessup jwas called upon for his Iiatin Oraiion, which; he had prepared for the Exhibition. Itiiinigiit have^been- well if he had made previous, arrangements with some Uf laugh at thOrigKt time.! However, tho niost smilfd to| think they dfdn't know what he said, and others, laughed because they couldn't h...

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