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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

I Frand and Deception. . Chase professes to be opposed, to Arnold Plumer, th,e Hunker candidate for Canal Commissioner, he refuses to raise his name at the head of" his paper, and declares, both in public anil inlnrivate, that he\shallnot support him; .and ,'yet wc have been assured, in a way m which'we think there can be no mistake, that when t ^ hc tickets are printed the name tk ArnoldPlumer will figure conspicuously ftt the head, and by that means many of the '"Free-Soil-Democrats will be lead to Ruppoii the Pierce and Douglas nominee for Canal Commissioner. \ ¦' I ,' Quite a portion of the party honestly supposed that the Little Democratic ticket formed on the'first Meriday in September, was really a Free-Soil;ticket, and that the repudiation oi the State and National parties was intended to be carried out at the polls.-— From;oit knoyrledgc of many of the men who were pulling the ropes, wc had no confidence \n their professions of freedom. There were some honest and ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

mf— 'j - AmmhbsV; ';; .-¦*; I- - TbfrHK, YkmpSou. Voraas or Scsqujuujjna .: U i_: ) v [COBKTT. -] ,-'.""-".'i".'.' Tluj.Gounty Committee of the Republican party, in view pf the near approach of the diy of election, and of the impoi^ce of austauiingt tha party which they f|iipresen^;"begh * t0 urge[upoutbeJFreeson nam:of th' a County, their duty of supporting the jjandidates of the Republican \ party. : The daring encroachments of the NaUonal Executiyf upon State and iindfviduai rights, unchecked by the| reimice of thej people as the'laM GeneralEK-ctiVnare npvr sustained by ajpartiiean Judiciary^ both of the State and Nation. In this ^ ebunty-.altiiougbuo psrty dares to place can-' didates in nomination whose "princijplcs opcrily eolricide "if ith tfibseof the Admlnlstratlrin or theadmin'tsiration party of this Stat«,lhere has been placed in nomination by a party aking in unison with the friends of the Administration, a ticket composed of men of doubtful political faith. In con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

Another Trick- We dnderstand that a certain uMj.inin:>sj' Clique' are busy trying to get up an" 'jold-ii'fi.e "Whig ticket "in this County, for the purposb pf defeating the Republicans. The chief leaders in (he movement, strange to relate, are also the leaders of the sham Democracy in this County. Our readers, will easily understand the object when they reflect that these leadersjof the sham Democracy are lawfully frightened at the prospecf of another defeat jthis Fall, and can think of np other possible jway, of preventing it, than by dividing their joppenclits on false issues, as was lately doric i in Maine. Such experiments may j succeed j in sections where 'Silver Gray ' or! pro-slai very Whigs exist—as they do in small nurri-; bers in! some of the Nbrtti—but will! fail ut terly, and ignpminiously among the [freemen of Susquehanna County, who have no incliriation to! aid the sham Democracy, either directly pr indirectly, in preparing the! way for the election of a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

The Republican State Nomination. We see few, comparatively.ot tug Newspapers of the State; but we find the name of Passmore Williamson at ftie mast 'head- of the following: Pittsburgh Gazette, Lewisburg j Chronicle, Norristown Olive Branch, Bradford Reporter, Bradford Argus, Tioga Agitator, Coudesrport People's Journal, Conneautville Banner. Many other of our' exchanges sympathise with the nomination,':aud would like to see Williamson elected, | but are awaiting the turn of events. 1 Thej Re* publicans of Sullivan County have; no newspaper organ, but endorse'd the nominatioT. of Williamson in their Connty Convention. Tlie people throughout the State have a deep feeling iri favor of the victim of judicial oppressionj but Philadelphia seems restrained by some unseen Influence from coming out bold ly and heartily in his favor. The cause of this | may perhaps be correctly guessed at from a remark of a Philadelphia) Merchant recently that "Williamson ought to be hung forgetting up ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

' 1 Hon. G. J. Lathrop, j 1 > j - :..^__l_L-_l-,-. f.< ;:.wj»-i-n,k: ---- '• •• ¦¦" i. --V.-., = h- >=...'.- ,7..i'- -i-:j. .; '-j i'; ! for the Republican, ""..j i i AKD BOMB PERBOKAL MATTKH*. '.;{Jam-"jplace4.^--U» lasV^wrao^A^t tho; AeW of the Republican Party. in oonsoqiience of-.tho slight honor pf beingyppeMed,'^kt the; suegestipri of iwri^friend, to the county Republican:Coin;mittee. ¦ As a'member"of that committee, it f will ."not.be improper that I sliould c»rn-ctl the willful mistatcments^and falsehoods of '{ho Honorri ble (!) E. B. Chase^ ulpeciiUly as my name stand* intimately a»j spciattkl with them. The following is an extract from/tlie leading editorial of the last Democrat.. I . - ' 'I' "• } u Jle (G. Z. Dimock): wrote the article (sustalniug Mr. LutbropV action in the Leg islature) and took it to.Mr. Lathrop, telling, him that if hii would decline running and lot Mr. IIempst4ad. be nominated, that article should be published in the. Repu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

' "tfe^lilioan^lleflresCT^tive Cmitvtam. At ameewgbf Republican Representative. Conferfee^fbi the District composed' olIthe (Aunties, of Susquehanna, Wyoming, and Sullivan, conyenedat ^ Lacey vill^Septeniber Slst, 1865, tnana»et'ng was xaliedjto OJder|b y DfD. .^ameri and Amps WilHsms was pla. ced in ihe cnair^and H. E. Sfiipmao?«JLfctea'" Secretriry,^ „..'¦'' ;L »." _.." Tlie following named gentlemen presented credentials-and were admitted to seats ; D. D. Warner, Amos Williams. R. S. Davis, John Young, from Susquehanna ;H. E. Shipman and Ai E. Wilber from Sullivan—Wyoming not being represented. Thci Cpnferencethcnproceeded to.nominate: Candidates for Representatives; whereupon Johri/Yourig nominated Orlando G. Hemp.' stead, and Al C; Wilber nominated Thonnu J. Ingham, and ¦ the vote being taken; they were unanimously nominated. ' , The' following resolution was then.adopted:' ': """•:•¦ ";.-;,,' ": ¦'; ¦;¦ !;v Resolved/ Tliat we will use all honorable means to-secure the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

1 REPUBLICAlf COHVEHTIOH. Sullivan'County•- A Republican Convention asscinbled at the Corirt House, in Laporte, 'on Tuesday, the ¦iStJi. The following persons were elected: officers:, . ' . . President—:Hcnry Shipman. Vice Presidents—Joseph Woodhcud, John G.(Bartch. ¦ Secretary—rJohn S. Green,, i O" motion, the Convention proceeded to nominate a candidate lor Representative.— William Collins nominated II. E. 'Shipmaiij Esq. Mr.. Shipman aro-e and expressed.his thanks for the honor intended, and in a brief -fnid appropriate speech declined the nomination. .„ ¦_.' . ' . _ After which, on motion'of A. C. Wilber, 'the! following resolution was" adopted : ' Resolved, That we have full confidence in the integrity of H. E. Shipman, Esq., and would cheerfully* support him for Representative, if he so desired; but as he declines a nomination, we will proceed to nominate some other candidate. . . Mr. Wilber then nominated T. J. Ingham—nri other nomination being made, and a vote being ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

A Law needed in Pennsylvania- . Totht Editor of the Sea York Tribune; '¦: . Sin i-^-ln view of the recent decision of» Supreme Court of the State of PennsylvsA in the case of Passmore Williamson^ the isquiry-, 'what-can bu done to prevent a repetition of this act of tyranny t* naturally a'ri* among those who "sympathise with tha: t> timof a cruel and wicked despot ,1 will "J to answer, this .question briefly. Let the p* pie of the State rally and pass a " person liberty bill" somew.hat similar to the om* cently passed in Massachusetts,; and to • one in Pennsylvania which was repealed f der Wm. Bigler, in obedience to the dictate bf the Slave power,. Had-the statutwot'w" State contained such a provision its is «»* in Section 40, page 79Q, vol. .2, of otirreti^ Statutes, the writ wbuld have been g"11*1 without hesitation. And hadthelaws oftW State also contained a section forbidding^ of the jails, prisons, penitentiaries, policef1, ces. &c, of the State being used...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

CLEAR THE TRACK, ED.R I am in a great hum}! Whv, ivhat's the ,:matU;r now? 0, nothing, only" Billiard orer Uicrpat UicPostoflicelms just received l>y Railroad Espfces*, « new lot of Hook? inil Stationery, and I want some before they are all tone. JW, //ut/a *>! Conjcon.firhe has got M.iry Lvndon, The Hidden Path, My Bondage and Fieedoiu\(F. Douglass,) Hertha-jknd Lillie, Hood's Choice Works in sou of four vol.* kc. &c„ Young Folks' Glee Book, A varietv. of popjilar Son; Book's, and a largje addition to his stock of \f riling Paper, Envelopes and Ink—alllof the best quality, and cheap for tli<« iiea'iY, at thelPostolhVe first^door. north of L. Senile's Hotel. ! l^wtitise, Sept. It), IS55. -. A. X. BUIXARD. 2 FALL TEADE, 1855. j I BF.fJ leave to invite the attention of mvi oM fiieml* hnd customers to the VERY LARGE STOCK of liRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE CROCKERY, BOXXETSA SHAWLS, FURS ffA?Sk;CAPS. PAlXTSSO!LS,CT.<)THIXG, ROOTS it SHOES <f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

H .".-, V HOUIE LABOR! ' " WOODRUFF &ELD&EJ> AVE rem^TC(l^«|w burnt dfatric^ where tbar wiU be glad to (wo all their old ewtomera and «» many new ones aa please to give them • eafl.— They intend to keep.a.general oasortBenl of Stote* of. the best kind and quality, among which maybe oun.1 PV(E1?1Xand PARAGON AHtm Qmk THREE STATES AND ORAKGJB COUNTY AIRTIGHT, PREMIUM. STAR OF THE WEST ELEVATED OTEN: AlB-TIGHT, CZXN%OK and WESTERX OVBX. Tlie Horated Oven Stores all have double fire-place*, which makeji them for superior to the single flrt-place Stoves. Ve keep cori itantly onhand ageneralasaortmerit-ofy/AlfM^i* of* first rate quahty, for borne trade; 'also,-Well and Cisteni^umpg, Pomp Chains and Heels, Lead Pip* of all sizes, Jappanned .Ware, Ac. Ac., nil of which they promfse to sell cheap for ready pay or approved credit. Joh\work dOne with.despatch and in order. ' • 8. A. WOODRUFF; > 0, B. ELDKED. Montrose, M*> 30, lgssi; ,: . jteyt - ¦¦ -+~~...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

SLAVEBY. fjteorge Wa-ohington, theraiherof hiscouiu irj-j. in a letter,to Li Fayette, written in l"?98r the,|ye«r before his death, 'spoke;of the, iustitulior of Slavery as follows. 'I agree with vou cordially, in your views in regard to N^ro slavery. I have long considered it a most serious ,evil, both socially andjpo)'tic:"%» and il should rejoice,in. any feasible scheme to rid our States of sucii a burden. The Congress of 1787 adopted an ordinance which forever prohibits the existence of involuntary servitude in our northwestern territory. I consider ,it a wise measure! ; and thotmh'it was introduced by a gen-, tleman frotnNew England, it met with .the approval and assont of nearly allHhe memiMirs from the States mors immediately interested in slave labor. The prevailing opinion in Virginia is against the spread of slavery into our new country, a*d I trust that mw &ty ultimately have a confederacy of * ree Stated. I would, at any «inw>, gladly relinquish the&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

i f _ . . Notice. . . Tie Teacher's Association of Susquehanna County will ijnee'tSthe Borongh of Stfrnuebannh, ,on.S.-.turday.SepC 29th., at one o'cloek P.. STi TTie School Dire<ttore of said Borough, extend anJ rnviL-ition to all the Teach cr» of the- County fo meet at their new Sclio )1 Honse at that time for ihe purpose of discussing the topic of School Govcrhment Religions Iiotice. Rdv. K. Doopttle will preach at the Uuireiealist €hurlch,.in Sfontrjpse, Sundav Sept. 30th. ":¦ —:—-_i_L-t ? I- MARBIJD. On the Gth Inst, by the BeV * . T. Tliomas Mr. D. W. Gum>E!» ofFriendsville, to^iks E. Tckbew. of Forrest take. ' i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

—f—^ ~^4r— l — BALDWI3f*l'ERKI*R1 Wholesale and Retail dealejjs,in Flour, Salt, Pork, ileal Grain, Feed and Candles. Cash paid lor OaU andllye; - ' . - , . !" ' On Chestnut Street,—East jend of Lyons &:Chan"oJers Store, Montrose Pa. ! j AliFRED RALDWIK. . I - ' 1 SILAS PERKIKS. ~ . ¦ ¦ Family Pill*. THE best >o town can be had of J. LYOXS k SOK. Aiiv family needing can pare them on trial; if they- def hcU answer tho purpojie, no ebarge. . Montrose, Sept 18. ' I .. ""¦ ^~~~ ... PEUIT TBXBB. ,1 ' ¦ ¦ ," .". Pi'RSONS wishing an Orcliaid. would do well to call at TURRELUB NURSERIES, 2* mile* soutli-east of Friendsrfllej whira Apple- trees, of ihe most approved kinds, of goodim«e and iquality', such as ar e sold by agents for 25 cebtf, can be bad for 12 centi each. ' . •(...; Also; a few Peach, Pear, PlCun, Quince,and Itountain Ash tree*, at reasonable price*. Particular Mgard b had to accuracy of names, and to making a good selection of- fruit for: the different scasc i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

' v-: ^-~.y\pnocLAMATioir.', \-~ -i^:^ i GENERAL ELECTION. I : IK pursuance of an act of the General jAssemply of (he Commonwealth of Pennsvlranlaj enritfcd an' '- act relating t6 Ac Elections of the Conimonwealtb,', approved the second day of July A.-.D. One thousand eishtliundred and thirty-nine, I, F. P. HOLLISTER, High Sheriff of jthe County of Sasqnehinna, i* said Couimonwcalth, do hereby give notice taptbe efectore of the county aforesaid that a General Election *ill bo held In said county on the second Tuesday of October next, (it being the :9th day of said month) at iirhich time State and County officers are to be elected aa follow:",' to wit 1; ' . '"' I - : One person t^> fill the office of Canal Commisjiioner of the board of Pennsylvania. |- I '. • • Two persons to fill the office of Mernberg <>f the nbose of. Representative? of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for the District composed! of thejeounties'ofSusnuchanna, Wyoming ar.d Sullivan. : of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

reiUHirlraatm "Hactetratct* Uw £I« brary. . lr i BUM'S JUSTICE. :' / • j"' ': i ' 4SD- • ' '. i Btisincm IVan'a Xt^ral Guide. ! New and Sixth"Edition, bringing; the Law - "j ' down to 1855. A treatise o:i the office and duties of Aldermen and Justices bf die Peace in the Commonwealth' of Pennsylvania,!tncludtag;aIHhe required Forms of Process mid Docket Entries; and embodying not only what may be deemed valuable to Justices of the Peace, but to Landlords, Tenants, and Geiieral Agents;'and making this volume what it purports to be, A Safe Legal Guide fur Bitsituu Men. Bv John Binn, hitc Aldcrtnah of.Walnut-Ward,-.in the Citvof Philadelphia. The Sixth Edition; Revised, corrected, and greatly-enlarged by Frederick C. Brightly, Esq.. Author of <j'A Treatise on the Law of Costs,'' "Equity Jurisprudence," 'iXisi Prius Reports,'' Editor of "Pnrdonts Digest,*, &c. In one thick volume. Octavo. Price only $4,00. {¦¦ Afyo, Companion to Binn's Justice. ' .', " 2- . "I GBAJnxnrs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

- MEW GOODS AGATJi". < I At tnc "Exchange," JBrooklvn. mHE subscriber takes this opportunity of thanking jl.: hu.fnendsifor, their yerylibcral ritrmiage the past season, and of saying to them, in addition, that, J*ving just received frcMi Invoices of seasonable poods-of various t»escriptions, fia U still prepared to •epply almost any article usually called for at aVoni-«T store. H&jrassorttueiit Is now complete, aiiu\be-' u>B the largest hi town,1 offers the greatest induce-! wnt to purchasers, cither for Cash, Barter, or Good (short) Credit- Call and see. / 1 ¦'->"' ^ ],„.. . ,. - 0. G. nEMPSTEAD, Brooklyn, Angott 20,1855./t . r - OTcdjfeine* aiulDrug*. ~ J A YRBS' CArrr.v Federal—acknowledged to be if 1. the best Pulmonary Remedy ostant—Pond's Extract of Wjtch Hazel—a.ti. exceedingly valuable remedy for divers ills—Dr. Baker's Compound—a grand specific for .Diarrhea, Dyaenterv, Cholera Morbus, &c.—Ayres', Jaync>, Phinney's and Wright's...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

PASSMORE WIXLIAMSOHV ~" T|ie ununinioas noniuiatjoli of. Passnxore Wiljliarnsoii for Canal Gomiiiisshinor, hy the RerSublicnn P/tatc CMnv/Mitifn, vill rnatt]"ral!y exci|Le inqiiiry as to-his .oh.iracter aiid antccedenijs. ' ..." ..'..'.'¦'" •' : . Wc are informed by riur well-kuovvn fi-.llcivrJcil!7/.:ii, Solomon W. 'Roberts, Esq., • engineer, that he has been well acquainted with Mr] "NViliiajnson for years. He is a nephew of \jjTilliani Vi'illiamson.'if We^tchester.at otic time Spep.k;?r of the Senate of.Pennsylvania; tail the eldest son Thomas Wiiliarri'son, one' of the rfio^t eminent t'oniryancc-ps in Phila-. r de'phia, and a man distinguished for his high character and extensive knowledge . of land titjiis in Pennsylvania. .' Irassmore Williamson'is now about thirty^ fivtjyears oi age ; ho has a wife and several chi|dren ; and he has been brought up by his fttier ^ aui-l'has been in partnership with'"Kim as |crt\-uner and conveyancer. - Mr. Rolieris inform us that Mr. AVi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

S-*40«tiK_Ha Teacher*' lattltnto. v^i In^h_fVInstitute wiU be held in the village of Hew Milford, theisearions of which wiu>mmence on thejvenlng of Hondav tho laTh, aniTcloae on tbc morhing of baturday ihe 20th 4av of October next. I» central locaUon aiid facility of acce« render il oneiDT the most tarorable oppbrtunitiw for the 250 Teacbers.of Snsqnebanna county to asseniblo for itistrufttioti and mutoal lmproTen>e:it that-conld be offered : allthe northern, southbrn, and western portion* of the county can-reach it either bv gtace or railroad, ^here being two trains on the railroad carrying pawengcra each way moriiing and afternoon. Ainong the eminent instructors are, Dr. fcalvraCutterttf Massachnsctts, Prof. Stoddard ol Wavne cotut ty, Prof. C. W. Sanders, the author, Prof. J.'P. Wick-" ersham of Lancaster, and Prof. 0. It. Cobum of T<*-: wanda . An able corps from the above list will bo present to conduct the cxerctsqg, in addition to which wfll.be Prof. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

Judges on Horses*- William C. ^VarS, Dahtej |carfc,, Benjan-to Ayrcs. -'",'."•''"' A"'- ,''';,T',"- Judge* on Pou/irir—William IT. Post, Jorilft Mack, N.0.Warner.'.-.' ."-. |¦. .' " ¦'' ' .'." 's.'-'. ..Jitdoes on Butter and Gfiteit—Isaac L. P^st,. Joseph B.Drinker, Abel Caasedv. 1 ' j." Jadgct on Vegetftbles,Fruit, dud Honey—I). D. Warner ^ William D. Cope, p. A. Jfewtoti; r. ,. ; Judges on Farthing jmpleMents-r^eb ;C»anill, WilliamJessup, John Harrington.'¦ -. ..',!... ; . Judges en Singlf and.DoQdt'Carriage—?\ jconard Searle, £'_. Diinock, James McMillan. . , j!.-. - jud ge* o* Leather—Wn_ li. Vaughn, 0. M. Kmmons, Charles Stoddard;•;![ "'".' - - -.-"' j ^ Judges on Hqrntsi ' antf I Saddles—J. H. Jutphin, Samuel Bard, Ileitiy CJemons.. I \ .. Judges on Cabinet Work—Lorenzo Beach, JS. Backus, Wm. M. Boyd. • ; ¦'."'-- i'' ¦'-.'' . • ' '-'.' . Judges of Be»t Results front any Farm, and on P Grain and Cider jPin^aiv-X—ae . Baker, Rodney Jcwett, Daniel McCollum. i ',-'.. ' Judge* ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 27 September 1855

i BUSiN^sp": lpAiir>s.| . ?¦¦¦ ¦ '¦ — ii " ¦ *',¦...' : i—+ r ¦ .» T. B.'flrohatdKlt »•• .. J fpUYSTCIAK ASD SURGEOK,. Jackson. Sisquc-JT hanna'county, ^*aJ ; BesSdenee at tiePoskoffice. ;. Hiillj* lamb, ." ¦ j -." €ABIK_T MAKEiRS, havo recently opened a^warerooM to New Mlltofd, Pa.,' and _«U keep icon-StaBtlvotihaindallJ-OdsoreabineNware; also Readymade'Coffins. Fundrab attended with or without a hearse. Warts-roofiinearls opposite J. Dickerman'a Store.- '-. .; -; ¦ -' fi.; ¦ .- |-.'- - " - | ;" XewMaibrd,May^5,!l859. ___!____ ! £'oVk^aidwti" ' ! ^TrtTJpAXGFACTDR^RS OF aADDLES, HARNESS, ItJL Trrmks, Whipf, te-^ in the Basement of Searle's ffoH" Morose, Paj ;; -, ':'-i I - - —u, __^ J__J : r_-j—;.. ; -"-—_, ¦ ¦ ; ¦ ; C. H. Bimmwu, ¦ } TJOOT AND SHOE MAKER, Shop Brst door cast J3 of Odd "FcI!ows[ Hall, Turnpike st, Montrose. ¦ '• ¦ :—i, i s. .^ .¦' '!":("• - - • - -; - " ^."Singletqii '. OAN now bo fouijd «t his new stand ori Owego at two doors Trest, of Searlo's Hotel, wher...

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