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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

THE DEAD AUVE. ;¦'. police 6pi|Hg. ' j AT TUK TOMBS. After the usual reprimanding and fining of a ?core of drunken persons, therc.was a c^ise of rather peculiar nature came up, which may bo called ' i' • THE DEAD ALIVE. . 'J]:-|This case wastjnc in which Owen Shaugneksy, Patrick "Mulliolland, jjichael O'Shea,, Titnothy Lealiey, Dennis Maroney.j Dermot MeDermott, Phelim FlatmCgan, Bridge iO'- Kcefe, Mary: McfirJdge, Fllefa Dougherty ajiiJ Bridget Casey were the defendants. |As the Judge cajlcd out their names the prisoners severally responded. They were.all,; as their names would indicate, of Irish birjth; the men evidently laborers and the woihen servants, though on the present occasion they were dressed in their best garments and presented,' so far as their clothes were concerjicdj a -very respectable appearance. Their garments in some instances, however, were torn and in other ways disarranged and soiled! The men, and in one or two instances the women, showed bruises about...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

' Hon-J3. J. Ettljrop. . The name of Mr. Lathttip was inserted among the candidates for! Representative op-,?|!^^0-wA*i&«porjaibiUty^ ^eoause wo presumed he would be a candidate for re-election. Hi* course in"" the Legislaturd, itst winter, was eminently satisfactory to his oonstituenta, ajjfNri^do uof^oubt \&at fij' would he ful|y sostainid at tl» polls..1 His yot^' for Uuifcti States Senator are an JjHdcRce tkat th*ques-Uon now befott the people is. t^e paramonbt question withtJMm.; j Ho laid;-aside all other questions and j issues, and voted constantly and uniformly for a known and consistentopponent to the aggressions of Slavery; Such intriguing politicians as Simon Cameron found no favor; with; him, and the pro-slavery candidate presented by the Democratic party did not receive;his support!! His course in a i I legislative capacity accords' with bis principles and profession*, and jis justtHe course that would receive a triumphant'vindication from the Re...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

beppJblicah iromHAnoy. I e* for Oanal Gonmi$si<Mtri ¦ h>f -\^\ PASSMORE WILLIAMSON, , ' ' _ II Of Philadelphia.^ [Now ia Prison for Loving liberty and Justice.] :. Cabal CoiOdBSiosER.—We raise the name : ofPassmore ; Williamson at the head of our columns this week, as the Republican Candidate for Canal Commissioner. The nomination is received here, asjn the Convention that nominated him, with a perfect outburst of enthusiasm. Other names were talked of in the Convention at Pittsburgh, bnt when once the name of Passmore Williamson was mentioned, it leapt through that vast assemblage like an electric thrill, and the living .mass swayed before it like the waves of the sea. So has ft moved the hearts of the people throughout this great Commonwealth. 'The fact is ptoo apparent to admit, of the question—Passmore -Williamson is Hie Peopi.K's'ifSittrDmATE.l They accept him as such without stopping to enquire what party may have heretofor^ claimed him. He belongs to the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN: . ' •" • *i - • ¦ ' , CBARLEB V^RXAO AND U. H. ERAZUtB, JtDJITOXS «¦'"' --.'-- " " ' : MONTROSE, PA. Thnndar September 1& J#t?» ^ - .;¦ ' ' /-'; ' \t-f j- ¦ < ! ¦¦ ' •'>• '*!

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

EBPTBUOAH STATER CONVJENTIOlN. i Pastmere WilhamMon dominated/or Cartel Commitiontr t—BnOm*<9 tHe Meeting—Ohio vtllRcp reeentefc-PlatfobK Adopted—The Republican Party Organized—Elpovent Hpeihet. " The Rcpublitan Sute Convention met at; City Hall, P^burgh,o.n W«dnesdayi Sep-; 'temberiBthj;*'.!" j" Whsn theJio|ir of eleven had arrived, Hon-Gaorge] Darsisi of Allegheny, called the assemblage to order, and stated that the convention about to be organized had convened in accordance with a call signed by ¦'a] number of prqminerjt citizens- of Pennsylvania, which ho read, as follows:. •.' .. .. .¦!-.-" The citizerrsj of Pennsylvania, without regard to former; party distinctions, who are willing to units ]in a new organization to resist the further Spread of Slavery and the increase of the Slave power, are requested to maet-iii Mass Convention at Pittsburgh on Wednejiday theSUi day of September, 1855. at U.o.clock AIM;, to :organize a Republican party in this) State, which sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

Letter from Mr. Lathrmj. C. F, Read, CA'n. Repuiliean Uommiltee: I see by the last !Kepu]blican U^tiay naaie lias b«en suggestec to^<ju as.s!candidate for nomination ftr Ripresebtatirel Such stig. gestion has been made fnrithout my.knowU «dge or consent. Alth<|igh I am determin. ed to withdraw iny nan|e wholly irom the Canvass, jet I feel u deep! interest in the election to,the United Statefe.Senate of a man who is an open aid consistent; opponent of the extension of tJaverjj, and shall use my influence to secure ]the elejjtion of Represent. aUves who will vote onif fotisaek & candida* ,. . ¦ • 'f-', iQ.ilAmioy

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

^. ^.^v. f.. .... . i - ¦ -; ¦ - - 1 ". !"" • ! ¦ ¦ ¦ —~^-\ _" _ '_ i .--1-IlL Songh and Beady Take Notice. , c mcrabers of the Botifrh and Ecady Fire Company No.; 1, are hereby notified to meet at the Enpne house next Saturday at-0 J o'clock, p. >c. !i '¦'!. ;' ' | T.F.-Foster, Se;cV. . •XOTljCE.' ¦ ^ Wairren ( ^,"tl'ier Xo. t!-,f .i, «ill meet at Moutro.-=.', Thut-sday Sept. 15th, at J Fj M. GEO. L, STONE, H.!*. y "•'. HAESIED. "'1 r Beptcmber 10th, by Rev. i' 0. Warren, Mr. C! D. LArMuqi' to Miss Joakna. RpniRLK, all of Montrose. V'la St-. MatthewV Church, Pike, Bradford jco.," on Sunday, the 2d inst., by the! Kev. Geo. P. Hopkins, Mr. AmIkew Macomber to Miss Jane E. Kktsolds. [__§p ^dbejr^iselpeofopT" S - -! CIDER ItllM.S. -j JTTIO^OCK'S IMPROVEDfpOBTAnLE (?IDER ILX MIM.S for sale. Intjuire at the office of Bcrit-?ey 4 Fit?h in Montrose, or at! the residence bf thi Subscribe*, in Ararat, Susqu'a Co., Pa. - | '86w4*L | ! A.BL' .SIfXHr-L. ' L / "ChAiBAlttWIST. T- T^i/IIOL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

:"' ' ' ¦ ''' !*- ' -¦ r-. ..,. .¦ , ¦.,-¦ , ( '!':"' Chang*; oi Time. DELAWAfe,TLACKA'WAN>-A AND WBSTEB , KAII.BOAl>. 0H arid after Monday, May- 7thj 1855, the Mail Passenger Train will depwt frorjj Bcranton atf 10.20 a. H. J?uo at Great Bend at 1:2<0 i. it. C«rfneeffn^ witli the Dunkirk E&preWjWeal ou the S. Tf. & E. R.R. Passengers tilting 7t^is trjiln will arrive in Dunkirk at HtlS'P. m., and itt Notv'Tbrk at 11:16 r.-«. '.'-.' ' •¦'•' j' j- ' Returning, wiU leave-Qreat Bend at "A e. u.'t dua atScranton itil:4fi T.V. ..... ;i .{-... > '. iThe Freight Accorhmodallbn Train, .With passenger caratta'died, wiljfeive Scran tori at 1 p.m.; due at Great Bend « « r. un cbtineetibj^ with the Mali Train West, and the Night' EipreKB Vitan .East. Pajscngeri taking this train and! tho JPtfii Exp.reas West,, wilt jiriire in" Dunkirk at'12 jh., or by'taking MaU Train West, will arrire at DunEIrt at 6:45 pM. Keturuiijg, willleave- Great Bead, at t a'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

• -\ ' $pwk\ ifojices.)--; [ \ »u«4inehnnna Countr Fair and Cajt' ¦ '¦' ¦*l< ii.« ' "! Mc Sho«- " The following persons have been appointed Judge* ' "v ,h ,t th! „u!"3 F,iir ard CattIe aw«'» <° take place on tlie l]th Octriber, 1S55. .' ' « ^"M* ?",**"?{* and C««m—Thoiiaa P. Phinnev, ; David Wakelee, C. .1. Hollister. , . _Jndn*.*on Work-in? Oxen and llir Ten beet pair from am Toiais/itp—Jania Kasson, F. H. Hollister-, iDillis Justin. ¦ '• .-- . ., Juc.net on Best Matched Steer? and Fat Cattle, three aiig l)no years oW—Arad Wakelee, Garry Law. C'J. GuJtis. ;- ..."'¦ j .1 ¦•.'¦' Judneif.oii Yottn? Stock--, including Heifers, Year-Uijgs and Calves—Rnfus Smith, Stanly Turrch, Almon Stc«enS. • ¦ * , ' Jitdgei on Sheep—-Joel Turrell, Jno. S. Bircbard, William .jSIiles, . " ¦ '.' ¦ •' 'iM^gei.ioti Stcine—Henry Bailey, E. G. Btibcock, \IansonjMain..-MlgcsfoniJlorses—William'C. Ward, Daniel Searle, Beiyan.irf'Ayrcs. '•'¦"•-. 1 ' .Judi/isipii.Poultry—William IL'Post Jonas J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

, . , ..-.-\:r......-» -:.T«f-- i»v "-.!¦ .;'• -jKSISBS^-.. ;- ["'''¦'¦'I '^ SSmsmmism ^mmmmmmmmm, \ " ¦ PBEnnrPBi£|$V,'; I pT TUK SrSQt'EniNK* COUK|TT AOBICWtTtrttAX !¦- ; - -" 'SOCIKTT. ':'.¦•"¦ - . - ¦)" Fair and Catqc .SJboVr- to Itchchflil I Montrose, Ocu Hi,, j §55. , I ' M--AI c*m«i ¦".' j l|or the best Durham. Bull, xwo I ?1<srS o!d"i ah"©!'^ i»f*' ••• '•••' •.....¦'-..'..'... I'. ;$5;00 i 2d best, .¦;...-.. .t.. .s,,*, Fpr the best Devon BnU, do. .. J..:...:.. .1.. ,8/V) ,\ 2d best, : I....... };i.'. .3,00 For the best Grade or Mixed,.. .1./... ,-,\ . g 06 '2d best,... .........,....'.!..; .l.-.'sloo For best Cow, as regards form and appcarence! 5.00 J*****. ....'..v:.. l.:....,.]...^ F<»r the best milch Cow as appears from rewihs, 5,00 !2d best,,..... J .-;.'. ¦ ..;.. \...Sfi6 For thc beat two years old Heifer!::... ...v...5oft r ?d »>«», -..-i..'•:•..:. ¦ ...••!...3jl)fll .'dd.best, .......; {.';...;... .t. .-.2;6o For the liest lot of store Calves,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

Pennsylvania naslstrates^lAwXJt BunrsiusTicE; !; ' BitKincss IHan'sj Legal Guide; New .'arid, Sixth Edition, bringing, the: Law ""'; ¦ ; "-• "¦ 'dowTi'W 1S55. ' VP MJti-caUse on the office and-U31''**^ Aldermeii and • TustJc'es of the Peace in ihelCoraraoiiwealth ofjPeBtifylvania, including all the njquired Forms of PyOc'ess. aijd Rocket Entries.; .and'e^nhodying not_only, what tniy b& deemed valuable to Justices of f/m jftaet, hut to Landlords^Tenants, rind General Agcntai.ancV miking this volume what it! purports to be, ' AJSaM Legal .Guide for Stinutss jhn. : Bv John Binh^Bte Alderman of Walnut Ward, jn tho fcitv of )Ph|ladelphia. The Sixth Edition: Ke\-iged, c'orrocteilL land greatly enlarged by Frederick C. Brightly, Esqii |Aii^ thqr of "A Treatise on the IJaw^JlSsts," "Ijquity Jurisprudence," "Siai prius Kepc-rts," ^ditb^ of ""Purdon's Bigest," Ac. In one thick volume. I |Oc-.JUiyb. Price otdy ^1,00. s .'1' ¦ ' .-.'¦' f I. -¦ Also, Companion'to\Binn's Justice, j-,2-u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

NEW GOODS AGAIN, Ai the "Exchange,'' Brooklyn. ^IHE subscriber takes this/ppoHunity of tUanking - his friends for their very liberal patronage the past season, iand of saying to tli*m .in a,ddido", that, having juit received' fres.ll bivoicts of Si!iisonable Goods of yai-iou-i ilescriptions, he is stiB prepared to snPpl? tibriost any at ticle' usually called for at u country stoie, - Hj/as«ort'mctit. is' now comrllcte, and beiug the. largest in town; off.-rn the grebtost inriufce-«eut to pureliaseh,, eitfier for Cash, Batter, of Good tehorl)' Credit. Call and see. M -, -i - - , '" !' '.,.."; .. O.G.jHEitiPgrahU). :'BrbdHvn, August 2ff, 1856. ~ ! '-: Medicines and DrugM. A YYLE&' Gherri/ Pectoral—aclthowledged to be xjL- Uie'best -Pnhiionarr Remedy" extant^—Pond's Extract ,of;Witch.UaEeir*<ui'escoediugty' voliiabli remedy for. divers :ilIsr^-Dr. Baker's Compound—a grand specific for Diarrhea,.Dysentery, Choleril.;Jforbus, &'e:-^-Ayrea*, Jaync's, Tliinriey's...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

-¦>. FBAG1TE1T& r , ¦•- — ¦' ,.;!.. • ''" For the Independent Republican. Why need we wholiarc immortal, monm over Matted hopes. We were jnot made tor time alone. Eternity with iu fund of illuminated knowledge is before ns—"Far beneath 'ai soul immortal is mortal joy"—"We live in deeds|/not years; in thoughts, not breaths. He most ljves who thinks moat; feel* the noblest, acts the bestL" When this beautiful earth wan young, and budding .flower* Brat rejoiced jin their existence, then a voice winged its way through the air, and the mind sprang forth, to meet it. In the still night it "fell like a faffing star—Excelsior." / And ages rolled away, and yet it sounded on. Jt aroused Genius, and bade lofty minds tone their harpi to a glorious theme. And'yet it .is ringing, tt speaks in the flower, the whispering winds; it sounds in the roar of the Ming cataract, it murmurs in the gentle rustling of the leaves—ever, erer crying, high-*; erl higher! | ¦' •, -. Life i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

BUSINESS CARDS. T. B-Orchard, i TJ-. • PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,; Jackson, Susquehanna county, Pa. Residence at the Portofnce. . -'¦¦&--.: S-H = — Hail* Lamb, CABINET MAKEftS, have recently opened a ware- room In New Milford, Pa., and will keep constantly on hand all kinds of Cabinet'.ware; also Readymade Coffins. Funerals attended with or without a hearse. . Ware-room nearly opposite J. DIckerman's Stare. 'i '' •' j' !j New Milford, May 15,1855.: J 20—ly . 1 ¦ — -i ^-r-'j A. 4 B. Baldwin, MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, HARNESS, Trunks, Whips, Ac, in thc Basement of Searie's Hotel, Montrose, Pa.; !! '!. ' . ' j C. JL Simmon*, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.: ghop first door east of Odd Fellows': Ha", Turnpike at., Montrose. ••' ' •! W. Singlrtop. CAN now be found at his newistand on Owego St. two doors west'of Searie's Hotel, where he ef. fectually repairs tilth dispatch; Watches, Clocks, Jewelry-, Guns, and every description of Machinery.; Wheel cutting; Gun and Watch! materials supplied to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

!\ A PEWIfY SAYEP, WQBTH TWO | -_". ' -'-"•' KAKlteD. ; J WrrTKNBKRG « BRO., Montrose, Pa., take •«¦ '• tms method of advising their old friends and Customers and the public at targe, that they have just received and opened the largest, prettiest and cheapest stock of READY MADE CLOTHING ever bro't jto this place, which they offer ot a small advance from jcoat, thereby offering purchasers the rare opportunity of obtaining goods at abput twp thirds tlie usual jp'rfcc. ¦'.'•. ¦ ! - I j Also a large assortment of Dry Goods, comprising Ifor Ladies Wear, new styles Brocade, Stripe, Plaid, : Plain and changeable Sfllffl, Delaines, Muslin, De Bago Berage delaines of new and elegant designs. All the latest styles of Ladles Dress; Goods; French Lawns, Prints and Ginghams. A handsome assortment of Dress Trimmings, Embroided Sleeves, Collars Cuffs, etc Jaconet and Swiss Edribgs and Inscrtings,Gloves ! Mits, Hosiery, Veils and, PiarasolB. Their assortment of Shawls is very large, embracing ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

TX>MoSl-RA'RItISs; HOIflEOPATHINT, G RADUATE and member of the University of New T York, mil be in Montrose on the 6th, 1th' and 8th of each month, and may be. consulted at Hatch's Hotel, for three days, upon all diseases incidental to the human system, *«: CONSUMPTION, Bronchilis Infiahiatibriof the Lungs, Throaty Liter, Pleura, Kidneys and Spleen, Dyspepsia, (Indigestion,) Liver, Complaint, RjiEiiiuTiB*, Scrofula, Eruptions, Spinal Complaints, Diseases of thtf.eye and ear, Nervous Weakness, Aei, Ac--Particular attention given to the diseases ofFemales and Children. The varioui affections of the Uterus radically cured. Dr. Harris is well acquainted with both Homeopathy and Allopathy, having been in constant, study and practice for the last twelve years, and having first introduced Homeopathy into Binghamton, N. Y., in 18A7. .' His plan of treatment is mild, safe.and ejjias: ciaus, and different from that of any other physician, and cures nearly all cases in all stages of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

xl;atwfc-V*^ | f _JJ8¦TTtrfW'tf^S ' '" vKH^BSKauB^B^^^^^sSH^aW illt'S pills. I A NEW and singularly successful remedy for the! cure of ail Bilhoua diseases—Costiyeness, Indl-; gestion, Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fevers, Hu4 mijrs. Gout, Nenrouanesa, Irritablfity, Innammatiou% Headache, Pains in the Breast, Side, Back and Limbs; Female -Complaints, Ac. Ac. Indeed, very few are the diseases' ir| which a Purgative Medicine -is not more or less required, and much'sickness and suffcrr ing might be prevented,|5ff a harmless, but effectual cathartic were jmoro freely used. No person cab-feel well while a costive habit of body prevails; besides, it soon generates serious and often fatal diseases; which might fiVve been avoided by the timely and udicious use of a good purgative. This is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and Billious derangements. Theyjall tend to'become or produce the deep seated and! formidable distempers which load the hearses all over thc land. Hence "a .reliab...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

«'••-.'. j TOBACCO, From the Christian Advocate, AS AN EATABLE. A SMOKEABLE, AXD A SXUF .' ¦ . . ' '[ FABLE. " _. ' .'i Whew! what j» vile subject for a composition. But befoijc I write,! must go to cpnfession. I once used tebacco. When, emerging !into my teens I tried to eat-it as others did. I might as well have tried to eat Lobelia. Then I sniffed a little, and succeeded better. That isj, I did not get so horrid sick, and! it was a sljiade politer to snuff than to spit! Oh'!—liben.I tried the, pipe,—cigars • were not as plenty or fashionable in those old-times as thiy are now,—and—sucked away, and puffed away, until I was <juite smart a, the foul business. J feel penitently asham--«d of it, and beg the reader's pardon for presenting myself Jn such a fix. O to think of it! ]And how I must have looked! In my best estate tod ij" homely "to be in danger with the ladics,!| thdugh, by the way, man never, succeeded better in getting that " good thing" of which! Solomon sp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

Our ICniftera to Hicaragna. borne utility seems to hang over that unfortunate mission to Nicaragua., A black shade rests forever mournfully upon it—Our Ministers to Nicaragua seem predestined, to collisions ^rith fiegroes—collisions in which they also seem destined to come off second best- ' - - ¦ | As Mr. Solon faoirland, in all the conscious dignity of a Minister of the United States on a salary of ]$9,000 a year, is enjoying the sweet evenirigr air in the City of Grey town, an insolent negro flings a bottle at his head and puts his nose out of joint; The fate of Mrr Minister Wheeler is still more deplorable. He gets into a squabble with a negro woman, by name Jane Johnson, out of which be comes, ifjnot with a broken nose,. with what is stilt worse—a decidedly damaged reputation fijir truth and veracity. The testimony of Jane Johnson given on the late trial at Philadelphia fully con vicU Mr. Wheel er of havingon previous occasions, and among { others that Jof the traversin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 September 1855

Stcarn* aid fflarvia'a Xire-Prooi -';"L <'¦' -\ 's»f*'"'.' ¦''¦ ¦ .'..--v.-- -•. TRK ^ahscribers have made arrangements to fur-; nlshj to persons who maybe In wantof them,.th« above najned ihvaniahle «4/>«,; at the sahib prices for which th^y can beobtained at the maiitifacturer'a.— Haying experienced .the benefit of snch ariortk-le daring the jatc conflagration ourselves, we wouid cam. cstly recommend to others having valuable books-auj papers, tjio preserving of which would be of immeftje importance to' them, not to do without one. Prices] range from |50 to |500j and we bah explain to any 9ne wishing.: to purchase, -the difference i„ jS^'Jut?' T^> &c-< and ft"™80 them on short noftiee, with the internal arrangement to suit the pnt. ^'g0'-! . BENTLET & BEAD. Montrose, December 19,1854. ," i ¦i - I • i »«W fiaods. ' 'i Jf"1?* Bros, are now receiving their sup! . ply of jSpnng and Summer^. Goods, and being convinced ofthc advantage ot h...

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