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

P6nWvania Politict^The; E^nWiean > '. • j .. iNrty^' .; ¦ f.:--th ' .a!.-s V BtAift C^B^^. Biai.rsvi^.e'^»«^«» cordially seconds the Wvenjkcnjt foraKttc* wcas State ConveUti^n.] « The nevr parly?* it says, «tmects thojgtieut want pf the times—and ifits progress pines up to; the measure of which itsistart gives promise, jit is bound to be a power in tne- icxt Presidential elec-. « - . ! J Hon. ! ¦ . i • Beaver CouxTY.-|The Nevjrj Brighton Record conimnsVcMfar * RsevBLicAS County Convention] to be field on the ^O th of August to nominate-a Coring ticket, jjlt is very numerously! signed]by Free S^crs, Whigs, democratsi and :me!n who wore formerly Know Nothings.' Tb! eRecord;;says:] "Ofthe probable result bf this coalitio^ the most favorable hopesaire enbrtaiuedibf its triumphant success. The hojnest masses arc with themovement, and jwill jindignantjjy repel the influence of old pdrty leaders whose interest is to preservb tlnlir ancient organisations in tact." -, " i f- :...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN CHARLES F. READ AKD H. 0. FRAZIKR, EDltOKS "~~ * MONTROSE, PA. Thnwday, An»'ngL^i.il?^L=^= j^=We are unde,r the necessity of urging those who arc indebted to ns on subscription or otherwise, to pay up. immediately. We : nevcr needed money more. Those wbo cannot pay before, should bring or send us something "court week," without fail.. The CosvEimoN.—At the Republican Convention to be held in Montrose, on the evening of August 20thf among other business, will be the election of delegates to the Republican State Convention to be held at Pittsburg, August 29tb. Hbh. David Wilmot has been invited to address the Convention in Montrose, 'and it is hoped that he wiU do so'.- Let there be a general,turn out among the people. . R j^» Elsewhere this paper will found some account of the Republican 'movement now going forward in this, State. In many Counties, conventions have been called to form a Republican organization, and to elect delegatesto the State Conve...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

The'Free Democracy of Hew York- | The FreePeniocratic Leagueof the city of New York, have Issued an address signed by John Jay, President, and Wan. R. King, Sec? retary, in which they "respectfully recominend to their fellow icitJBens rthrougbout the JStet«Lthat no distinctCoBvention be this year .called on the part ofIbe Free^ Derooerocy for the nominating of State officers, but that theycbrdially unitb ;with others in organiz'ng ^County^ <JonvehtioiiB for the election of two delegates to &ppB&St each Assepbly Dintrict in the 3&eppbTican xConventioh to be held st Sy^racuab^tiiie 26th of September .^for jibe ?<§afjbn tiBjiit^he, Republican party has ]bp^y!jM5i^med.it«]adherenw the the great principles of the Free Democracy on the question of American Slavery;^'¦:._ ¦¦-- v The friends of Freedqinin New York are BC^gMfoa the motto "In :uiiion there Is atrength.'' -'¦ ,;.. .. .;-.-]]' .1 ¦» i, ¦ . .. .... " ', . ''jggrA Tunnel under Niagara n...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

' For. the Republican. . \ j . Messrs. Editors—Spine comments were j made in tbe last|issuc of the Republican upon the action of jthe Delegates ft 0m Susque- j hanna county in? the 'latcj Democratie State Convention. In? doing soj it was-not' cohsid-. ¦ •red i-«•>•""«'.-***-"»^*""«»'-«»k1 : ct-itieijo tho ! oooduot of a public servant while acting iii ¦ his official capacity. In tbls froU^-^ufy >»' ours, which'rejoices, in the liberty of the Press, to maki| commeutk uport the course pursued by public men is customary w'tb journalists and f'scribblers," and is a right always conceded to constituents. In countries ! less cnlighteneil, peihap^, than bappV, free | America, the -base is very different. In France, if a-.journalist or "scribbler" comments freely upon the official nets of public servants, he is. sent to the Bastile or Guillo tine. In Russia, he is Sent on a- long mis- sion. to the coldiregions of Siberia. In Mont- j rose, " private transactions in life...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

TieRepubiicanfPartyi I We a*k the attention .jfjour renders to the following, being the coi.cIhmhu .If the lending bditoriaUinthe list N' nlhUal Era. - The Republican Party iji.-i¦: fairly'taken, the field in Ohio. Know, Noiiiiiiiri>m.is ignored il-Freedom:-alone'>ec.igiii>fd. -All issues, | l]ut those raised by ' the Slave -jPower, are tiirtist aside; and now, in Obi.?; there are.but 'J wo Parties—the Admi.jist ration I nrly, or 1 I ho! Party, of Slavery; the Peoples Party. ! >r the Parti- of Frecidomi N- Anti-Slaver. I'mau.-noone who' de-iresl sincerely a union '¦ loii Libert v| will h.j'Mlateio e"hill himwlfin ! ihe1 ranks of the latter—and no Mi.'h man will '! iviKxTiiise f.ir jin instiuit tlie conflicting c!.-uui> , = „{ Imiv other Party.! Thi- m.jvehicjit in UU.o , isbku. to those which liave 'already ta>(yli place in VJrmont. ilaiiuf.Michigan,and Wis- j eob*in. Ifiwe undei^tand the ntatteV, an hon-l | est, open Republican Pai'...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

Susquehanna, Bridge Company: Pursuant to notice, the Stockholders of tlid. Susquehanna Bridge Company, located at; Susquehanna Depot, met a | the office of Li P. Hinds, Esq., iti'said borobgh, July 2Cth last, and agreeabiv> to their chhrter organized said-company. \-,s- ¦ /¦ ' j ' ' I Dr. Thomas Japkson, of Blughamton, v as elected President: - . • i ' ^ ¦:"¦! | Li P. Hinds, Esq., of Susquehanna Depot, Secretary. ¦' | ] '!'; ¦'. ! Harvey Ci Godwm, Esq., of Binghamt m, ; Treasbrer. , .' !' . i . ¦ \ > \ Levi We>tfall,.Esq., J..B. Scovill, William j W. Skinner, IlarA-ey C.Godwin, Esq., LP. ] Hinds arid F. A.; Wanl ^ Esq., Miinagers. j The next meeting of the Company i s at the offic4'of''L.: ,lt.-Ilinds,!Esq., next Frieay, August iOth. '] ' ¦ ] .1, '! : , SouTnEBN Political Movement.—Sejnaor James C. Jones,-.of Tennessee, has writtj^nj a , letter in! relation to the current sectional e|x-¦ciiVrnenj, raging- in the political htmosftl: ere. He argues that th...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

1 Mr Bueluulan'»i?l«» offered to Governor j ¦ |;,; li Eeeder. .,..".. '¦ •-!' Corre»ji«bdavi4oofdicN. Y. Tpbuno. ; > ; • W^iwoton, August]6».1855^4 ' MMiy^mpbrtahlfacts have transpb-ed ^ith; reference tofthe: d is'rnissal of Goyr< Reed<jr^; but there ark bnq.br two more, of whose.^uthcnjlcity^ifcan-g)Ve you the most positive as»ufanee v|hich yet require to be brought to the notice of an tidmiring world.. No.soontjr had|the Governor conirniinieated with-Mr.' P,'uf be, after he bad arrived in the Eastern Statek] from Kansas,, than the President"besougbt him to resign, in order to relievo thq] Chnjt,] Magistrate of the Union from this embarrassment in which he found himself, fey wfrj- of inducement the President proposed tb; confer on Governor Ue.cder tiie'apnointmeiil'of Commissioner to China, .thei^leanl by the return of Mr. McLane.— This the Governor promptly declined ^ This pniffer h'iiv'mg tbus proved msumcient, | the President biade a higher bid. lie ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

-[-B'eal Bote's Case"..' An iili-ffli! Corohers inquest wjis caiicu u; interestedTparti,es.i uponabe body bf^bbb'ms, the rioter, sifter a first? iriqu'eWt had sat uprai. the case, This was a p|rtisan jury ;'itbrougtt in iv verdict, throwing the responsibility ot the death of Rdbbins upon Mr.-Dow mid those who. acted ! with him. TJie board-ot Aldcrnian. of-the city of Portland, had meanwhile appointed Or. tho. Olh ofSjuno, a,Xom; mitrco-to-invcstij|ate the case fully and i.av partially. ;This Committee consisted of lo person^,"frdm the1 mos.t respectable citizen; <.f Portland. William \Villis.an experienced lawver, was thp Chairman.' Dr. W.J. D wight was a member of-It; and among .IB other members were/Joshna B. Osgood, T. C. Churchill, Nabaniel F. Deering,. William Woodbury!, Harvey ] Chad wick,: and -other.. men of thS sameltighj standing. The Hon. C. S. DaviesAvak also a member, but w>* prevented: by;Ill health' friiiii "attendance tor a lar«e plit't («t the;...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

: ,0ur Adopted Citizens and AbolitioMsm- • / . Fortlit Rfpubiican. '¦ .„,, ¦' ! The following is on editorial from .the Coi-Icinnori-jBnOMirtr.'in.^eply to an assertion niade by ilic Louisville Jotirriai, tliat our "Adopted";Citizens we^e Abolitionists-i-tliat they acted arid |sy mpaih'ized with ; the Free-Soil.men of ,thi' Nortji.- The editor of the Inquirer is a s(.und Dc-mocrat, and I suppose J. his opinions arfc corrcl-t, although they] differ !i froni Mri Chafe's on Unit sultjcct. The way 1 . j l account for" tlie diffoCeilce .o.f opinion is, that there are; less]Free^oii Democrats in Cin- cinnati tljan Stisquehiitina county,:and ¦. possi- j bfy it irlay be- 'policy. But hear wljat th.ir-; Inquirer jsays:;.... .' ; ' : v j' j -." Whtit a whopper! is contained-, in the as-; sertion we. have italicised. The-doiiinal is ; uapardobabiy igiioniiit upon ..the.point to wbich itjalludes, or else it is willfully decciviiia ils readers. .Theiimist conservntiye part ofthe populi...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

Thefliave BescdeCaae- : .-,- ? The «N. Y, Evening Pjist,' takes (ground ageing the decision « Judge4 Kano,|in be mitt^r or"the slaveireseueiin JP^hilidelpibia.—- Its Philadelphia , &>rr^>bnde!it pblilishes some} interesting facts]connected with the 'casctwjnch hayo not bejh stated: \ ' F'rofissor Williamson is alman, I should think, of about thirty-five! yea'r|i of age. quite tall, md! rather slightly built; ;aud w>s carelessly dressed iii light ijiiinirier clothing.-— Thei'e is] an iutmisfakable lobk of inflexible will about the compressed lines o1 his mouth and jthe I whole bearing of; the man indicates' that lhe has lhe-' grit to j endure almost any ainoiint! of pFitatioii fori:principle's;-sake.--At the same-time thereiis ]imthing terrible . or filar-inspiring in his physiognomy, as the. friends and admirers of Col.' Wheeler would have us to suppose. He is evidently a peaceable! man—a -man of the, Utjuost purity of character, as his enemies e...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

EepubUcan Bally in Maine, -.i^.- | Avgreat itepublican demonstration is to take place in: Portland, Maine, on the 14th of August,;ati which be following speakers ' are lo be] present-jind address the people:^— , ;Maine--Wm,:P; Fessenden, Anson P. Mor- . rill, Amos Nourse, Samuel Mayall, John 5. ¦¦'¦; Perry-, J. Washbiirn.EdwardrKent, Samuel P. Benson,' F. H. Morse. New Hampshire ,—John P. Hale, Daniel T Clark, James-BelU Connecticut;— Ex-GovernbrCleveland, • , ¦ Truman Sitiith, New York—B. F. Butler,] jJohii A. Dix. Tlie,call for -the meeting ! states that itsjpbject u " to take counsel, and ! ! determine -oh-such aeourse of. action as the. j love of freedom arid sound patriotism demand. The Slave. Power in tins Nation has '.. so strengthened itself by. this forbearance and: | j j reriiissnes.fof.tbe'North'and West, .and the -'-¦ Treachery.of some of ] their representatives,•;,, that it is iio longer a'question-, whebet Africans ar.d their dependents shall be enslaved, but w...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

nouscnotto words. j .[; AUGVST. ,'¦ contents! OF NO. XXX,."¦.¦ the Toadv Tree-JaWr and Step-Mother j (Con, rimlnl*.—Chin Brimstone—Poultry Ahtoa't-ryiiie Cluuiu,-—wmp, "™^~.r, nnTnj„ 'j_Meolianics in Story offtKlng—AUvMhanlnaiiu -j Uniform—Fo&ry 0n the llailway-tt hat *b ^j™- <.•¦¦••.•>• - \ j , _»a»tra an Carrier*—The i^^fr^ " . r. • Vs ctrictlr F iiaticiah—Frcnch Love—v.us. •a^P^Tf^ii.di.' Fickle_Pciil56> Ex-Strive;,^^Wm*£ i, the Alchcnu8Us two chap-&SVlrft'Death-l Very Little HousciQuit n ]7.i.inriarX-Bv Railiito Parnassus. ? Eo^„"" __TJjre«Dollai|. year, or Twenty-five Cu. a number, Those remltt ng Three Dollars' *ill leceive ,the Magazine 7>^te of post ate. Club*—Two copies, Five Dollam; Three copies, Six Dollar*;1 Five copies, Eight (Dollars aijjj Sev^ntv-tfivc Cent*ji Putnam's Monthly and I/oih<ho!d Words, Five Dollars. j • {iDIX:4 EDWARDS'! . • J - l|;?iuk Place, -Sew York. ; . ^MOMl!1 AGAIN." ' r|*,IIE Wcstjis a "greu^ ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

Trial Li*t—August Term, 1§55. • " FMST WFE'Ki . .] . , ,1 vs. fasc«T Lathrop vs. Sca'rlo et al iy,r"v- Vl-.ins. •' Lrons vs. Scovill. rS'rvsT;ivlor.- Ball vs; Clark. I'".-!., A- So:i"vs. Scovill. Roberts Vs. Roberts. ;'.-"':,,.'Va.'Saiith, Benneit vs. Lcuhcim. U,"'U" " SKCOXD WEEK. i.s'vV5 Ciiae. ^ Arnold vs. Stevens,' " j "V'ool; ¦ - Colstcn vs. Brvant. *,4r vs.'-Seoviile. ' Bell vs. Wiln.arth. . •r'pnfa-i v« Wellnian.- Bell v*. Wibnarth. !]]-!r T5. X. Y. 4 E, R. Carmalt vs. Stone.' ';','(-n -.' Young vs, Brackney. •wart vs. Tiler. ;. DrinkeY v*. Henry. -rllnvs. I'etkins. i Carmalt vs. Worden. vs- vg T | v "' ¦ '•-irii'rh. vs. Barnes. ^A^I Bramard. . ,^ti? vs. Tliiwias. Wlufcoinb 4 Xewman vs ¦iirh-vs.' Mv.l'ir.ex. '. . Page. ¦ _ . . svi-oa i Llovd vs. Brv- Comstock vs. Smith. *.];'' "' ] "Phelps vs. BceheetT. T. V/sia? vs. €olcman. Handkinsc* vs. Teively, -!]n v-. 13,an!slee. iGarnishce. C„vs.X.Y.'& E. B.'. Dean vs. '" " 'JU','. Sterling vs. " ".. war. 1.-. Payton. - Ke...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

money Wanted. .>»' Persons having money to loan, will be informed ,of t safe place for investment, bv addressing " A. B. C, Hontwse, P. 0., ; * Susq. Co. P«--Ang. 0, 1655.

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

DIED. . _ v ' K : ,'- James Et.T>iirriaE STEOCD,'eon of Billings and Caroline E. Strrtud, of Bridgewater, aged S years and!2 Months,-on Monday-July 30, of poison, hy eating cold t that had been procured for killing flies. .. '''

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

^cb filbertisei«)ei)iS', Flour and Salt By the loatl, barrel, satfcor poind, bv [August 3, 1855.] F. B. CHAKDLER, S.S. bolt's Temperattce Saloon and Grocery . T) EMOTED from the rear'of. Lyons & Chandler's -«-L building to Maine street, opposite • the Farmer's Store, where he intends to keep on baud a good stock of Groceries, for sale cheap for cash. Cash paid for fe- s;s.mott. Montrose, July 25, 1S35. . : - Executor'* Notice. ALL persons indebted to the estate of Thomas i Whcavcroft, tote of Forest ji,te township, deceas.id: axe bereby nmified to mike immediate pavment, and loose naving daJma.Rg1,vnst said estate w'iU present thim duly autiicnUcated for Kettlemcut. ' ' ;- MAIIY WHEATCROFT 1 ~ , '• i W/LIJAII BOOTH fElra- i Pto-est Lake, July 31..1S55. ' jy CIEBK WASTED. AX active and intelligent young man of about 17 years of age, wanted as clerk in n store. One wishing to aajtarwhelrasineslfand disposed to make himself useful, -.ill find good encouj-iigcuieut i)V' appl...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 9 August 1855

rSnerlfPa Kales. | BY virtue of]; sundry wriU issued out of the Court of Common Pfcaa of Susquehanna county and to'mo directed I will ^xposo to sale by public vendue at the Court House ioj Mpat«»e,,on Saturday the 18tri day • of August nest at one o'clock P.M., the following' Real Estate, tbjirit: .:.!,' .'.,; i: ] Allthat certain plcje oj- pirccl'of land sitjiate; Iv- 1 ing and being jln the township'-«f SptingviHe, in said ' county, bouudid and'described us.follows: Oa the north by Jand/Jof MUea Pnchard arid William B.| Handrick, castby^the Episcopal Parsonage, on the south by the road leading from Springville to. the Tmikhannoek creek, aijd on the west bylatids of Ezekiel Frits, containing one acre of latid -more or less, on Which is situated on! dwelling house, tlie whole belngiinprovef '..-•[. : - i - - - \ ' . j.-Taketi in execution at tlie suit of B. Sayre, asaigaed to John F. Drinhiore, vs, I). V. Hollenback. \ J> ¦ ' ^/»o-^-All that ceruin Saw Mill, Mill Yard and a...

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

'- "-VV']Shir«A*TEliV'. ¦¦"•'¦-' FROMj tho endbsare, of • the subscriber In SUvcr Lake about the 20th of May last, four yearlings, One white-iiJed bull, two heifers, ono palc%cd the Other brtndle, one r«d sjeer.'<.; WihoeTer willffve any information of the above wl3 be iliberally rfwarded, j ¦ - - . I ] -| THOMAS HABTSETT. ; SilveriLake, June 18!h, 1856,! .. .25-w3. ~""^l"".-i>i,4o'KEwAiuv., :±~~~- STRACED or aiolea k Hver-cblerod Pointer Dog _ The'above reward will be paid toanv one return; ing him "pa the store of; A. LATHRpP & Co.] Montrose, Juae:12tb/1855. j - ] 85-w3" HaYlng .Tools. • A good assortment, Scythes, Snaths, Rakes, Forks, . —«nd 2 kinds pf BOrse Rakes—apd superior Revolving Rakes,:at; I j F. B. CHANDLER'S June'20th, 185,5. ! ! ; . ¦ I • -..- t-- / Paints uud (Oil*. ZINK Paint, Blakes fi'tjc Proof Paint, Linseed and Lamp Oil, Fluid and! Phosgene sold low bv {'. • .--.!¦'¦ ; I F. B. CHANDLER. JunclSQth, 1855.; : j ' ' j ¦ . . ~1 ' F^onrJ - ...

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

' . [ ' f Slicrifl's Sales. P.y virtne;of a writ of Fieri Facias, issued out of the 'jbqnrt of Common Pleas bf Susquehanna county and'to me directed, I will expose tp sale l^y public vendue, at t,he Court Houno m-Montroiici bn statunlay the 4th dayibf August next, nt one oc|ock P.U.,— All tWt ceriain piece or. parcel of land situate iii the township of^Oakland in.said county, and (bounded as fo!lo»-f, to wit; Beginning at an oak sajding on the liOrthVank of the Susquehanna Ri'ver; itlience north f degree east 349 perches to a yellow bak, saplin"'; thence south 80+ degrees cast 104 and 8-10th.perch-<?s lb a white oak tree; Thence south t|dpgrees west 250 apd 6-lOth perches tb the centre b the highway; thctice"north 70 degrees cast, 26 and 4-lhth perches to a stake; j thence houth.J degrees weit] 34 perches :tothd Sn!s({uehanna River; thence down said river ;as it wiridsiand turns, to the plice of beginning ;.conjtainitiz 233; acres, more or less, with the jappurtenan ces, ...

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

;..,.: i. . . - «"!'~^'.' ...'-ti •j } - ¦ i Oreat Attraction :-r- < j U0UAH%OAU" THE si|bscri!y:r would again aar.otfnce to hfit cus-^iomtSrs and the public, generally that hel^s re- c^lyed a |irgq assortiaenl of BOOTS AXD SiiOES, which ; he| intends selling for RtaJy Pay Hvfit-ty per ccgit cheilpcr Uniucon be bonght in this market; (the-Genuine ftoot~ a-il -Shoe Store down Tov.n or tlio Bire Cha|ce for ISargah' is, lijt towni rioteiceptedili"Ouah Stoah" nia> lie-found'the first door East of the Odd Felkpvs' HaR, turnpike street ^ first flbbr. Altl|ough. n^t quite sb commodious, as porno "utoahs^" yet It answers Our pWrpose very well for the present Neither c|in we promise; cinr Customers- that ow "es» tabfishmentM will not bb "snrpassod" by any in the country sbon, but we will promise c;ir cnstoiu'crs that we will ifcll Boots ar.d Shoes to suit in quality and price. Our stock clnbrn'ces a general variety 'of new i and elegant styles of Ladies'-ar.d Gentlemeii's w...

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