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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

! Sheriff's Sales.' . i - Bv virtue of a writ of Fieri Facicf*, issued 'outmf the Com't of .Common'Plena oi" Susquehanna county and to me directed, I will expose td sale by public vendue, ;at the Court House in Montrose, on Saturdiy tpe 4th^ny of August noxtrat orie jo'clock r. u.,il All thateeftiun piece or parcel of rand'situatc in the' tQwttshir] of -Oakland in «iajd cd-imty, hnd bounded its ftltfe-Wii, to wit;: Beginning at an oak sapling on. the norih bajik ofjthe Siisquehanna Rivef; thence rioi-th Jidtgreii cast; 349 perches to a yollow oak saplini; tlieticc south fjO| degrees cast 104 ami R-lOth percjie* io-a white oak^rce; Thence southj} degrees weit 28f| nnd iG-lOth perches to the centre o. the highway; Uiciice north 71 degrees east, 26 and!4'10th perches t<!.istake; thence south } degrees tfcs't St perches to the Sasipiehanna Rii-er; thence down said rivdr as it winfis ami turns, lo. the place of beginning; containing 2f53 acres, more br less, with the appurtenanc...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

1 ' ' n " "' ' ' "~l ¦ --..-• f»TB;AY*E».-.-:.|" I i-.-l "C7W)M the enclosure of the subscriber in Slve'r X ; Lake about the 20th of May last, four yearling One>hitersided jmB, two heifers, one pale red. this other brindle, «ne red steer. Whoever fill give any information of the above will be liberallvl rewarded. I ; THOMAS nARTOETT.T !• Sijvcr Lake, Juno 18th, 1853. ' |, 25-W3. '¦ -1 -¦ ~"T: «Iioo ~ R'E*yAR'b^1lT]~,''''" I OTRAYED or stolen a nver-colored Pfhter Dog. 0 The above reward will be paid to an v one returning him to tho store of ... A. LATBROP 4 Co. | Montrose,Juneiath, 1855. I 25-%8 l! =1 i : 1 -- ¦ - Ii '; Haying Tool*.' I ; -'. | Aigood osisorrment, Scythe^Snaths, RakcsiFork4 j —and 2 kinds of florae Rakes—and superior ;RftVolviBgRukc<at F. B. CHANDLER'S S ' June 20th, 165a. p ' ,3 ij !":¦ 'r -w TPalntaand Olla.-J, 'i ¦ \ i "7">"K Paint, Blakes fire Proof Parnt, Linseed and fu. I*mp Oil, Fluid and Phosgene sold low pt : ' 1 .;' i;--- ¦ '-' - ' "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

4Chaiiffe oi Tinie. DELAWARE; iACKAVrxmA JlSD- WESTERN -.- .'•'!• KAIIiROAD.; . GN and after Monday, May irth'.UgSS, the Mail; Passenger Train will depart from Scranton a"t: 10.2<» a. «. Dae at Great Bend at T:20 r. m. Con- i nectmg with the'Dunkirk Exprcia West,«n the N. Y. ': &E. K.iR. Passengers taking.this train will arrive; in Dunkirk at 11:15 r. M.r and m NeiwTork at 11:15 '•¦v. .-":' . ,{¦'• ¦¦/¦:- -'.' - i : ''..' :" •" ' Returning, wHI'leare-Great Bendjat 4 t. si., due ; at Scranton n't 6:4B *-. *• '." f.' ' '. The Freight Accommodation Traji^. witlf passenger car attached.'wiB leave Scranton-at ^. r.-u^f due ait Great Bend ai 6 p. M,, 'connecting 'with' the Jiai] Train Wejt, and the Night Express Train East. Passengers taking this train and tliej Night Express West, will arrive in Dunkirk at 12 nV., or .by taking .MailTraiii.VuMjt, wH!anivcat DunKirlc«ip:45p.m; Returning, will leave Great Bend pi 7 AJw-onnr-. rival of Cmcinnati Express East, Due at Scrtfnt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

• ¦-¦ i \i ' i ; ! ! '¦ , ; Cireat Attraction "OU AHA S^QAh;" :'¦:• THE subscriber would again announce to his enstomers and the public gencjrnilv'tljat he l*s reerfyed a large assortment of BOOtS. AND SrlOES wljicb. h^ Intends selling.for Reniltpay twoatv per cent, cheaper" tlmn -!«n bo Itought in this mat fcet (the Qeiimne Boot and Shoe Store du:ni Town or. the v^e Cbaucofor nargaiiis, uptown, not excepted.)—•Ouab WW .-may.be fodnd the first door East of the Odd Fellows Hall, Turnpike street, first floor. - Although not quite so commodious as some "atoalw," yet it answers our purpose'very well for the present Neither can we promise our customers that our%establishKcnt" will not be "surpassed" by any in Ithe country soon, but wo will promise c.u* customers lhat wo will sell Boots and Shoes' to suit in. quality and price, • Our stock embraces a g«neral;yari»ty of new and elegant styles of Ladies'and Gentlemen's wear, among which are; Ladies* Silk Fox Gaiters, Colored tiairem, Enam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

Poautylvniii;: ^logl'.trati's'' I,axv Li' •. - ' brary. j ,]¦ ' ' 1- j BTNN'S-JTJSTIpE. • •.•¦'. . . ANn i j I I Business JIau'§ Lrgal Cuidc. New and Sixth Edition. Iiriingjng the 'tnw •' down to 1855.! j - j-, ;A treatise'on the office and dut'us of Aldermcri and 'Justices of the Peace in tlie Com nonwealth of l'v'nn-,syli-uiiia, including all the required Forms of Process |and Docket Entries; and emboiiying not only what [may. be . deemed valuable to Justices nf the'l*eacr, ibut tii Landlords, Tenants,; nnd Gcncial Agents j and iiinkii><; this volume what it purports to he, A $afe il^r<j>rl Guide fnr .Btfsinru Men. j By John liinn; late Alile;?nan of Walnnt Ward, in tlie City of Philtidelphia..! The Sixth.Edition. Revised, corrected,' and gi-catb" cnlaigcd by Frederick C«iBrightly, Esq.,; Author of ''A-Treatise on,the Lawbf Costs," "Et^uity Juri"Ppjnideiice," "Nisi Piius BJ-ports," Edito/ of ."Piit.|on's Digx'st," kc. Iti one jlhtck volume. < O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

PHILADELPHIA SLAVE CASE- . -..fiefetteJ articles.; . . A'lsomcwhat- novel case has come up in the U. Si Court at Philadelphia. Mr. John II. Wheeler left Washington on tlie 18th, under art orjjer from Government . to., embark at New York for Nicaragua, to which country ho is the accredited Minister of this Ri-pulilic He had with him three colored persons a woman and two1 boys, whom he sty let! his servants. The party*.reached Philadelphia, and went oh board a boat which' wa*...jnst starting for New York. While the boat wa<" lying in the river, a gentleman' named Williamson went aboard, and.._ having been told that the colored people desired to" bo free, he -approached the woman, asking her"'* if she; ¦ knew her rights—if:' she knew that by t£iw she was free 1" Tlie diplomatist objected to these proceedings on the part of Mr. Williamson, and stoutly declared that the colored lady did not-desire freedom, though she asserted the contrary.- While the dispute was going on...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

I Delaware Lackawanna & Wcaterh-E. B. j k Company- ; Our.advertising columns contain notice oi i an auction sac bv Mr. pr.iper on the 2l*-t I hist., of *G0(,o6b. Bdtid.s of the. Delaware i Lnefcjiwann.1 & Western KaHrmd Company, "-being the reiiioindcrof the issue of $1,000, - ! 000 lately in tile by that Company,; for thy j completion of tho'iEiisfcrii extension of their 1 road froiu thin d dial niiries in the Lnckawati' na Vallov t!ijvnr<.V N-.iw York—-the stockhold-I crs h:iv:i * i: liih'etc'lore faken $000,000 thorcid", i'ii.'se is!^r>r!s sn- secured by a first inort-1 gag'-; ,., -ji"u '-'"/ "'•••iii,. '»n<l •''¦ 's'',-y iX ^hiking i tun-'. !"iv wli'.'.i j. ;j.>\ "ts.io:i is made by seiiii-;:aii!;'.;.:i payi'ni'.'iis jo ilio .United States Trust j Company.'::- si-i«l:^i«»n]to .which they have the ; privii-lie --i ¦- '.:• "ji'siotl into stock. The.ternis j of sk!,: ¦ are iv-y'.f.-r purchasers, being only I 10 per'vita in cash iiti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

: bu sigfjqsg-o^vrps. .j_ j f . t.B-Orchard, MD.. J I IDHVSICIAN'AKU SURGEON, Jackson, Susquc-; liaunacouuti.rai ReaJencc at the rostofficc. —-- r—rj- jj^ ^ J.jjnb, C\ UJISET iUKEltS, tiave rccotitly opened a ware-•"rooi'n inNewiMUfowl, Pa., »nd trill keep con- ; stantlv on hand all kinds of Cabinet-ware; also Bctta.v- ' riiadc'Comng. Euncralg attended with or without a 1 hcarec. WuTCrrot)!!! nearly oppodte J. Dickermlin's j Store'. '' I I ' "¦ ¦' -'" ¦ 1 ,Xi«w Milford, tyv 13, 1853. i 20— ly ) "' ; 7~ t% &E. Baldwin, : ! MANCTACTlJilEUS- OF SAODIJ^,! HARNESS, Triinki-, "Wliipj, ic, in the Basement of Scariu s j Hotel, ilontnise, fa. . j j ~ - I C. M.'Suamons, ! | . j BO OT AND SfjOE MAKER.. Shop first door east of Odd Fellows' Hill, Turnpike St., Montrose. ' I - T i.W. Singleton ¦ Ct AX iio\v"iie iOuiiil at'his new stand on Owcgo at. / two!dooi-s west of Scarle's Hofvl,-'*hcre hi* <-/- feetuaUg* repair^ with dhpateh, Watches, Clocks, Jcw-elrv,k' i:ui«, niiil everv ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

abmammim^mmmmmmmemmmm^ilim^ ' A SKtfeCT STOCK OF -StrMIttEtt OOOJKS AV 1. L. POST &^0. - WE now4, offer to the "public the most choice ant ; the latest sttli-s of Gooda to bis bad «jid i where in the country, and fc> the very lowcrt prices. without variation. . . •' - i» i READY MADE CLOTHING. • i OUMMEU STYLES, t Lf Posr.A Co. have rasl { O made a largo addition to their stock of clothing, j . conaiHting now of cyerythhig desirable .for the Wyer i at such pr ices aVarc iiure to suit Tlie goodsjuc 1 ina.t)e first raU;, arid we warrant the work to be equal 1 if not superior to any ever before offered in this mar. } k«t. Our stock comprises Coats, Sne black French ' j Sucks. * rocks and Businesa; Tweed, Casfdmere and' 4 Jejm Sacks and Frocks, also brown and whitcjajn- | mcr plain and twilled. , Vwrra—white and 'colored Ma'rsaillcs, ValcWja, Lasting, figured Barathea, figur- j ed silk and Sarin, and every variety, good and cheap. I Past.*—Fine black Cassimere, doeskin,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

WATCH, MOTHER. fodty. - | Mother!' watch the little feet, . Clunbing o'er the garden wall, Bounding through the busy street. Ranging cellar, shed and hall, " Never count the moments lost, Never mind tlie tinie h. costs; ' Little feet will go astray, _ Guide them, mother, while you may. " Mother! watcrj the little hand • Picking hemes by the way, Making houses! in the sand,' Tossing up the fragrant hay. Never dare tlie-^uestion ask, " Why to mo this weary, task *" • "Those snmelittle hands may prove Messengers of light and love. Mother? .watch the little tongue Prattling, eloquent and- wild, * What is said and what is sung, By tho happy, joyous child. Catch the -word while yet unspoken', Stop the vow before'tis broken-; ' . This same tongue may yet pj-oclaim Blessings in a Savior's name. Mother! watch the little heart Beating soft aiid warm for yon; l Wholesome lessons now impart; Keep, O keep that young heart "true, Extricating every weed, Sowing good and precious seed; Harv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

HAEM0BI0TIS ACTION ' , The "West Chester Village Record whicli stl'l adheres to the Wli'g" organization,, gives the following- cd vice; to, tl:e. opponents of tho administration: ' The administration of President Pierce iu violating the notional faith hy repealing t"C Missouri Compromise and establishing Slavery in Kansas and Nebraska, has been justly oondemiied by the lovers of freelloint^ratighout the world. The Missouri 'Compromise ¦ was a wall erected against .the inarch of the slave power. It was 3' boon • to freedom.— Wierfi'« that wall now 1 Razed', to the ground! For the overthrow of this. wall ^ Us authors have entitled themselves to the" pjkcratton of the entire NoftS—-and thclafe elections have manifested the firmness of the: purpose to resent it at the ballot box. There t are none now to defend or justify it but those j who are bound to the car of-party,-and who 1 are willing to support dy their votes while] they condemn. Hence, we see even.the stron- ;• :a..;st ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

TjHE: INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN, :.. rcn.Lisp.il;r.vKny tul'ksdat horst.n^, at uoNxnoSr., . fi., AT $1,50 PER A.VSCM, «i ADVANCR. ' Rates of Advcrt|»iug. One square (10 lines or less) one-week,'.. *».. .§0,50' One square •" . two.wc^ks,.....i .0,75 One square " threeW^eks,..... .1,00 One scfliariiS " oiie month,.......1,25 Ones.i'iiarb- ¦ .." tivo months,....-. .2,25 One square , " three montlis,. .i,.S,0(> Onesquare -.;¦" i .-.•... s^pjonths,...»;. 5,00 One squarie -.-.".¦ or* year,.. i.....8,00 i For f*iO or mope squares, inserted by the year, a dejection from the above prices Is wade. Yearly advertisers' will have the privilege of altering or changing their advertisements without additional eluH-gc. Business cards, not exceeding five lines, inserted at $*i,^K) per annum. | - _j -i , Job Work-, j v." Thia office is supplied with a good assortment of Jobbifeg materials, and all kinds of! Job Work, such as CaWs,1 Posters, Pamphlet?, ic, win be done neat-; ly.and promptly. / j ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

¦ A rJEHHX *AVJE|» W«M'p.«m «.**»« •'EARNED^..; I' - J ^Y^, ^^E^"BI:Ra & lilto:, Montrose, Pa., takd • this Tncthijd of advising their old friends and customers and-top public it large, that!thcy! have just received and opened tlie largest, prcttjest and clicapt eststockofRKADYMADE CLOTHING ever bro't to this place,' which they jufierat a small ad>-ance fionj cost, thereby offering purchasers .the rjarc opportuliijty of obtaining goods -at about two thirds the usual prici. ¦ ¦ - ; i .. '; i ¦'. ! AMa. a large atisroi tu,ietit of Dry Goods, coinpr iHing for Ladies Wear,1; new stvles Brocad<>, Stripe, Plaid, Plain aud changeable $lks,.Pelaincs. Muslin, De Bagb Borage delaines pf ne» and elegant designs. All Uije latest st; les of Udics Dress Goods, French Lawn^; Prints and Ginghams-, A handsome1 assortment of Dress Triinmlngs; Embi oided Sleeves, Collars Cuffs, etc. Jaconet and.Bivis^ Edgings and Inserttngs,Glovds Mils, Hosieev, Veils and Parasols. I • "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

^^^[^^mti^^r^ / ^^^^^K^fWK^raE?: ^ fffnijB|SB '' I ^^^^pfflav fAlS5^ILl^Hv : 4 NEW^ahd singiiWrly successful remedy_for,thxj J\. - cuni of all ltilhous diseases—Costivcncs's, Ii*.di- j gestion, Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fevers, Hu- j inOra, Go^t, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflammations, Headache, Pains in the Breast, Side, Back and Limbs, , Female Complaints, Jfcc. kc Indeed, very few arc the diseases in which ajPiirgativc Medicine is not more or less require^, arra much sickness and suffering might be prevented, if a.harmless but effectual cathartic;>erc more freely used. No person can feel well while a costive habit of body prevails; besides, it soon generates sci-lous and often Ijatal diseases, which, might have bijen avoided by th\ timely and judicious;use of a good purgative. >Thuni alike true of Coldsj Feverish sjvniptonis, and iBiltious derangenlcntii. . 'Slicy all teijd'tO become or'pruduce thp d.cep seated and formidable distempers; which load the hears...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 2 August 1855

bOOTOR HABRIS, r IIO^IEOPATIUST, C 1 RADUA'fE and memlier of the Gniverelty of New' IT Yjork, trill bb in Montrose on the tub, "nil nnd 8th of dftch WphtfLn.ud may ho consulted at Hatch's Hotel; lor thl-ccdpj's,. upon all disease* incidental-to the human Jjstciy' viz: CONSUMPTION, Bronchitis "Siuamajtion of the Lnng?, Throat,Xiver, Pleura, KidncVs anilSplcte."* Dyspepeia, (Indigeftion,) Liver, ComplSnt, RiiECVAttsM, Scrofula, Eruptionn," Spinal . Conipl^ihti', diseases of the eye and car, Nervous Weakness, $c, }ic. Particular attention given to srtie diseases;of Females and Children. The varioii: aflections of; the IJtcrus radieallg cured. Dr^jjlairii ia Well acquainted with botli Homeopa- thy aMkAllopathy, having been in constant study and j ¦ practice fbrrfbe ljist twelve years, and having firetin-! trodutfed Ilomeopathy Into" Binghamton, N. Y., in 1847-li nis-pfiisjof treatment is wild,' safe-and eMca- I <-i'ou»,?and different from that of any other physician, j and cttr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

A WOHAFS SELF-SACRIFICE. Sadden sorrow. Seem- to saythas—sotna gooj thing Mm^s to-tuo ¦ - Oncm^hi kive__t!ift:j^h>. tb>>.picturehid -been stuJif-.l, so ar^uu ^^ tint <>f the fun lr ff asvjnIJ...J „rs .},n n„r;;c;, «,f .\.,rth \rr- u"1 "' WaS-a "V>:'; <if ^'^ '!av : ";d Jlr. itherwood. fo:l ofth* airs and'wlinis of. an ultimate valetudinarian, n-clinin^in an imnxwe chair, cushioned to.th? cxfresnj- -f luxury his dressing-gown- ot richly quoted damask folded round his stoopine ai« attenuated limbs, and bis long er.-.y Vir Mlmti | oeneath bis velvet cap, and mingling with the transparent ruffles that covered his towonM-i too also was the position of his gentle dasher Lucy—his only child—Aunt Lu she was caued to distinguish her from a younger irjieritresa of the name. She was kneeling! at liis side, a lovely, devoted-looking -wnnW and smoothing his fleecy white stockings,! the w.i^k of hero wn fair hands, under hi? |-mbroidcred sl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

DESTBUCTION 0F: THE UTaUIsiTIoJf . ¦ , j - . j OF SPAIN. ¦ ¦ 1. I to $ ,1 V - ^ bma,n<'«% iRo. attached to that portion of Napoleon's arm v which wal ^.ged ih W .- While in U3t^ said M. L « i used to apeak freelv Hnionfe the people about the Priest* a„d JCsuin|, an! ¦¦Ot- <IVO IlKJUl.Ui..^H --I-. L~i-J ^„_,,. if' ^^ the / Einpetor ;Napo!eon that ttuTln.uuJsUiofi and Afn'nas'tcrLes should, be supprcssedf; bitf -rnp^t^rrxncp'ionio of the Jaws enadted i|i this <hmntry, was iiot-yet executed.; ifonthl had passed away, but the prisons of the li quisijion were still unopened. One flight abom> ten or eleven o'clock, as! Col. U wal walking the streets of. Madrid, two Irinel men Sprang from an'alley and made I fur* ous attack; He instantly drew his vLordt put himself in a position of defence, and whibl struggling with them, saw atadistnnee th| lights.of the patrols—fterieh soldiers nliounfl cd. \v]ho carried lanterns, and rode th|ou4 the streets of the city ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

; i v The legion'&JBmm^;C:.fc-- }-ders that had ever been crea^i,-either In an" i cicnt or in .modern times, thej-e i& not^a which has^been of such ad vantage to itafottMex-as the Legion(of Honor. \ft » my handiwork-.and. my masterpiece. ;^o^ one eitber [ now or in future days, candispafe my rigb.t | to the glory of founding it. I aV' mdebted to ; it for m >re t!nn nilf mv victokci.? Napoleon stated what was perfectly^ true. The hope of obtaining the cross^ has been the parent of incredible acts,of; valor, many of \ylncli:are still unknown to thelvbrid. -Hare w one among otlKrs,k chief (f escifdoii he used to take particular delight in relating. a | -i In tl#;caurse of tbe night which preceded tIlc-W t{ie pf Austerlitz,"one of my brigadiera wagered his watch with one of his cbmritdes that he would gain the Cross of honor the following day. In fact, in~ a brjlliani charge against a very superior force, he pehetrated theenemy's squadrons, killed five men w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

.' USES,-. ' For the Republican. \ On wemg the angiuWbf an aged, forsaken parent, \ whDeiisiening to an eloquent plea iii-bclfalf ofl Jindooi -' ¦ .rcifjionf. ' ,^y . - A ¦ ' - "C>h, haste," the mksioaaries cry, „.t "Andbear<ieS0-<ii>i.'Ilo. the'land '• i Whereag?d Hindoo parents die, ¦¦ ~ \ • . Placed near its waves, on Ganges' stroijl. - i '.'WTien worn with sitinea, toil, and calc! - -J>o longer able to proT^le, - •- I . Their ft-eble limbs tbeir ofispiing licar j - To meet death in thj^r, elling tid#. l 'j - "" "Let tender ph.vmcv^TO'ur breast;1 ;' . Oh snatd; them from the SB-effing'flood1 : ; , l.o, tell then of a future rest, ¦ h i And point them to JKe'^aaili of God.T I! " ^a.r. star," a Christian parent cries, ' i I "And, ere so far anil wide vc loans, ' r Try joarcn: kia-tohnmaaize,- '. . And turn the hearts of tliose'at home. ;i "For I aRurcai r. old, and grar, " ¦'i' And plr life's bu.=v Utek no jnore; | Uroffi^ringsaj-, ' old m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

. ¦ ' ; "".; ' fpet'z¦Gefci#. . To Jfrs. A^troud, on the D.eath of her little " . - ' , ". -Boy. ¦ i .-"Amoundis in thegravejard, •--'•' _ A abort and nirrow bed; Xo grass is groning on it, . And no marble at his head I Yojnay go and weep beside it, Bntye'H find no balm for sorrow I in tbe cold and silent clod! There Is angnigh in the household, ._• «is desolate and lone, " * F°r_* fondly cherished nursling .':--,' From the parent nest has flown. , " TjA little form iamissing,. A heart has-ceased to beat, And the chain pf lore lies shattered At the dcsolatorV feet, - Remove thecbair now empty, His clothing put awav, " And all his little playthings With yonr choicest treasures lay. Strive not to check the tcar-drpps . ¦ ' 1 That fall like summer rain,: For the sun of hope slunes through them—- . Yc shall sec his face again! Oh, think vhev :« rests vour dailinjj' t Not in his utile bed,' ' -' \ Xot in the distant churchvard, With the still and mouldering dead ¦ But hi o heaven...

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