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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

- The Cameron. XoremenV _ - - - .i- ¦ - • ._.. i _ . ¦ . In the last Montrose Democrat,!!!,: B.Chase tries by various expedients to evade thefcrce of public opinion that is settling down upon him as we paid agent of Simon Cameron.— It will tiot do. The .ijvidences.are too many and eonvjnemg. j To begin jwith last ^winter. It will be re-1 membered that Cameron was nominated in a Know Nothing Caucus at Harrisburg, for U.S. Senator, but on his nomination a large body of members " bolted." A great struggle, folliiwedj and Cameron was barely defeated in the]Convention,by an adjournment till October! tnst. Old, line Democrats, among them Piatt from this district, kept gradually going over to Cameron, who was well known to employ the most corrupt means to gain art election. While the struggle was going onj Chase was in! Hatrisburg. We had information at the time directly, from various sources, that] he was 'working hard for Cameron the Know Nothing Candidate, among the members. That ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

^'¦'-:';:. Thomas Hicholwn. ir-^.. .-, . ... ,' . ,,-.,.;. «-#.".,l.^J..-.-u»I..|lii^S!SsS??l -. For the Independent RepwbiieMn. ;Ei»»; RKPOBucAj»:-[rr hatt freqoeptly been inquired of as tomy personal knowledge of TjiouaS NicnotsorT, the new candidate for Canal Commissioner, since his name has been announced upon . the Republican Ticket in place of Passmore Williamson,— I will therefore say\ through your columni, with your permission, that I knew Thonn-Nicholson as an able and influential hieniber of the Legislature from Beaver County, ^du. ring the Session of 1847, when I was acting as ajTranscribing Clerk for the Senfte5 ; aiid from his reputation then and there, "(where he had served 'dtirtog several sessions) lean most cheerfully recommend'him to ihe cor dial and hearty support of all Who want man of the right kind of §tuff oh die Cant1 ! Board.- Such were his industrious and per. severing habits, and such his reputation, fbfinanciat skill and ability that he was sele...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

Calm and Dispassionate Seasoning npon pie Question now at Issue- The principle contained in Jefferson s ordinance cjf .1787, which prohibited Slavery North of the Ohio, and the principle contained in Wlilmot's Proviso, which proposed to exclude Slavery from the Territory acquired of'Mexico, is deeply rooted in the hearts of the freemen! of Susquehanna 'county. . It is the carrying out of a" settled principle in Common Lajw, a principle old as -history, that Slavery is a creature of law, and cannot exist without positive enactments. • Under this principljfc, so long and well established, Slavery caniot. and ought not, to exist in any country I until the-Legislature thereof, peacefully aiid quietly; assembled, shall decide that the] soil or the climate, or the best interests of [jthe people, require the institution of human jslavery. By "such an act Slavery would be legalized; without it, Slavery is a fraud end'legal crime in any country or in any territory. The ] declaration of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

' •¦¦:.-J'. ¦'¦. .-¦'' "' -M '; ¦'-"-¦ wypming.-County._ ¦_;.('j"-"¦-.; The (Jountyijot Wyoming contains aoout, one third the papulation of Susquehanna, and consequently it that proportion should be represented in-jthe councils of the jStbte.— Yet since the jast apportionment the representation of Wyoming, has .been greater than that of Susquehanna, having either a] Senator or Representative every year but bnej and last year, both; while Sullivan standing in about the. same relative proportion to Wyoming as that County does.to Susquehanna, has been represented btit two years; since the organization tjf the County, and although Wyoming County had both the Senator, and a member of |he other housej last year, she claims both,t|his year, while Susquehanna with three times the population, nasJ bujt one, and Sullivan hone, if bur friends in Wypining are to have their own way. Lastyeajr the candidate froni Sullivan, was withdra^nf in favor of Wyoming, with an understapding all roun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

' .- ' '¦ For the Republican. Messrs. JmiroK*:—ftrmit me to say a word of admonition trt every hqijest Fre*. Soil Whig who may he inclined to throw\i-, way a vote on Col. Smith of Wyoming. I am not going to say atiy thing against the man, nor Will I impugn- the motives ofthoso wto have lent their names to the call for him to run. " Some of them have personal grotfiidt on which they are opposed to Mr.-Hempstead; and some I hear fromgotid sources never really gave authority fbr such auseof their naraet Only think how wofuliy [disappointed and mortified we all were list year at the course of Maj. Sturdevant of Wyoming in persisting in the supp'uort of Cameron for U. S. Senator, in spite of onr most earnest, remonstrances & entreaties !. Is it any wonder then, that the mass of the Free-Soifcrs in.this county- Whigs as well as Democrats, should be jealous of any Wyoming Whig, especially cm put forth merely by the .Know Nothings!—This our conferees dared not do, while oar ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

K • . a card: ';,."'; "'; J Fbr the Republican. ¦ -"> ¦ The Democrat of this week, publishes an anonvnjious letter, to prove that Chase Ts not guilty jof deliberate falsehood. Mr. Chase may"write a dozen anonymous letters, but they will not be received as proof. He must eilhericftir to his falsehoods or bring positive evidence. .. ' ,, ¦ ' ' He a'ittempts to prove, by an anonymous letter Ivritten probably by himself, that his statement in relation to C;-J. Ln'hrop and myself!' is conrect. I have pronounced it false I Mr. EWred Was the only pereon present.* .tet him prove his, statement by G. B. EldrejJorby Mr. Lafhrop h.mself, or acknowlldge that his statement was false. HcLTngs the same evidence to prove that ¦u-tofW^*™^™ »**« hVh* 1 Coanc I'" &°°mr n"]l' Ihav e na?", ^d S1 * gentlif'" ^'Wh °m *m*J°ri tyof'!B ^ cnin' HeJmefe madeLet him bring them to «»u is ukui to ^-. . niittee!were maue. ^^ um. prove the statement is incorrect. J have said that the! Counc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

letter from Passmnre Willamson-_ i.. ... . T. ,.:.. ¦ The following letter irom t'assmorc \v illtanispn .will speak for itself to the people,. irtosc v arm sympathies are with him in his imprisonment: No 2$, Philadelphia Cockty PrisosI) - I September 2Sth, 1855. ' j Drur!|'5ir.:—I duly received your communication [of the 25th inst., officially informing me that [the Republican Mass Meeting asisein; bled at Pittsburgh the . 5th inst.. nominated me as their candidate for Canal .Commissioner*\ thfe approaching election. . . ' The nomination has bewi for some time known tp me ;¦ and although it was made without jconsnliing with me, and without any expectation or desire on my. part, yet, not aware of any provision having been mrtde by the Ma?js Meeting for the selection of another candidal^ in case of my declination,.! have passively submitted to the use of my-name. I n,Qw] learn, with .entire'satisfaction, that the nomination >.of a candidate, on '-the basis of (Resistance ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

1 For the Republican-I The Hew Whig Leader. > TAtssts Read & Frazier: Things mu-t have ,ci>me;«)] a strange pass.if Cha;se has become so i-indlV concerned for the Old Whig Party ¦ "*'f0 §4 UP candidates to-keep Jt "alive'.- aiid ticking.- Whtggery which-' he has killed so many times, if not really dead,-must.be awful sick iwheu he has got our good friends. poctors|Patriek and Park (who agree hardly in anything else.) to work might and main with bejWsin hand to blow the breath -of life into the old carcass, which they ncvefseemed io care much about before. I understand'that the bringing out of Col. Smith for thewhigs is a job of which Chase alone, is boss—Ec and his clique w-cr;e alone consulted^—his organ announces his nomination, and prints hts-,votes. Now I have .always been a whig asjlong as the organization could do any good! for I would never blush to own fh„- name under which my ancestors fought for Liberty Jj .But when,'fFhiggery comes to be in the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

PASSMOEE WILLIAMSON. -™. . . 6 _ ! . . ,,' . f '. h : <-! i'i '• From the Philadelphia San. ihe folluwing flmaks tor iw-ff and needs no coii'inu-nt. Ii| this coiiinumity no man is more respected ifuui the [j.ue now in Moyamensitig Prison, | y the outrageous tyranny of Jud«e Kane, i W" question much whether that functional- could [obtain such an endorM-nj'ierit from |so many of our respected citizens, for his f ' trutliliiliiess and upright character.'-' No jone' knb'yrs Passmore Williamson, who can!for a moment doubt his integrity], and we lfave yet,to find the first detent man in this city who believesi with Judge Kaiie that-he made an evasivve return to "the w-rit of Habeas Corpus -.-'- V 'I- I ' i .. ... TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF. IpASSftOBE WILLIAM--'.,[¦¦ .i . 60S.' I' - .' - As Judge Kan[«, in iniririsoning our fellow citizen] Passmore; Williamson,.fbr an alleged contempt, ussumes that lie has not TlVade a correct and full jfcturn toithe writ issued bv' .the..Gjiu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

Republican State Committee. The Hon. Winl Jessup, President of the Republicaii Swte JGinven'tort, at Pittsburg, has issicd the following[circiilar, announcing the .ajp»f»intment[iof tb'e Republican State V>OI9^5J1pli.t?B Z ^ i[ j . s, -Sy diroctipu off; the Republican State ConvetHioii which assembled in Pittsburg, I have appointed the following State] Gimmkiee :— Davij Wilmotj of; Bradford, Chairman; Eli K. Price, of Philadelphia;] Win; B.' Thorn-, as, do.; Anson Ii<«od, do«> B«MJ. Malone, do.; Robert lredell,'of)Miihtgoim^y ; A R. Moll vaine, of Chester; John Bank", of Berks; Thaddeis Steven^, of j"'LhnciUter;" Prof. Mc-Clintocl:, of GimhSuriaiid ; Japi'^s M. Sellers, of J unin U; A. C.MIiester, Pf Dauphin ; D. Bradgettro, of Northumberland ; Samuel F. Carmait1, of Susqoehanna; A. W. Benedict, of Huntingdon ; John jCoV'kijj, of VVestmoreland ; Johfi W. Howel of Crawford; George Darsie, of Allegheny; Thoiiias J. Bigham, of Allej,;heny ;. ThW Nicli»i4&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

Vf'.'.']• [MARSliED. .-;'•- — By Ehi A. L.'Post,'in Mojitrose, on the 2nd..IrwL L. F. Fi^ch, Esq. and Miss Maiiv Wilson, both of Montrose. ' •Also, dn the Sd.in Hridgo.\rnteryMr. .f.'L. GntFriN of \ew Milford, an-dMisa Elizaiietii Jaxe GarpknRii, of the foiiner place. \/Also,oh the4th,:inMontrose, Mr. alirnaci. Brows, of Binghimton, K.]Y. and Miss Catharine Mann-iXc, of Bridgewater. ;j " j "; IVotlrc. A. M. Spangler Esq., of Plliladclphia, Editor of the Progressive Fanner, will deliver the address before the Susquehanna County Agricultural -Society, at the Annual Kair, Oct. 11th, 1855] " " 1-. HENRt IiRIN'KER, President.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

^eto 8tdbeiri• sein> ';,' :['' ¦ jlcVA^TED. Spcks^Egg-", Butter, Lard.jciieese, Flinnel i?. in any quantity in cichange for Goods at Cish piices-. Montrij.se, Oct. 4,1855. C. XV.MOIT-—. - r^l^w^ojODsT"]"1 '.T~ G Wj.Mo'tt has just Teci^ved a lot "of Xew Goods, . Fall Styles, such, as Delar.es, De Bilges^ Parainettas, Alap;icas, Ginghams, Meriuoes, Prints '• and Shaw-ls. ;In fact a general us;qrtinent of Di-y Goods, which will be sold low. Jlcw Goods. 1 .- ¦-'• i ;i FOR THK FALL TRAPE. .BEXTI.EY. 4' READ, hare just recieved a lai-g-i and well [selected .jSloek of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery^ Hardware, Drugs, iMedicines, Paiirts", 0:is, Dyestuffij,.Roots & Shoes', TcAspoons, flats & Caps, -« atchosj1 Jewelry] Silver Spoon?, Ac., whictj thev offer on tlie most favorable teniis.' " " _Mo«ti-osc, t|et. 1, lSy.-). j Long.ind Square Sliawl>, rie Laii.ef, Figured, :uul Plain, A g^rcnt Quantity of Paramottas, and oilier D;ess Goods, f^r saJe'chcsp by I . ;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

PROCLAMATION. I ; " j GENERAL ELECTIONT;X pursuance of an act of the General Assembly of [ tlie Commonwealth of Pennsjivania, entitled an '¦act relating to tile Elections ofUie Commqiiwcallh," ! ariprore'i the second -day of July A. D. one [thousand ! ciftht hundieil and thrMy-iiine, I, f. p. HOIXtSTER, HfgbSbetilVof the County -of Susquehanna, in- said Conimouwealth do hereby give notice to this electors ofjtlic county aforesaid that a Geneml'Electibn will be. hold ia said county'on the second Tuesday of-Octpber next, (it being the-9th day of aaid month) at which tittle State and County cCiccrs are to be elected as •fojlows, to wit: i ;0ne person to fill the office of Canal Commissioner of the board of Pennsylvania. -J ]Two pursons-to fill the office of Members of the House of Representatives-of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for the District composed of the counties of Susuuehanna, Wyoming and Sullivan. - "One person to fill the orficB of Coiiuty Commissioner;of the comity ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

HEW Q00TJ8 AGAIN. . At the "[Exchange," Brooklyn. ' TltE subscri!j-.ir takes this opportunity of thanking, [his [friends for fhc'rr very-liberal patronage the! p.ist ,«cie-:bn, Biol of <jnying.to-tb.«.-m in ajlditiiit". that, j having j^sn received fie.-^h Invitee* of aia-onablc i Goods of yarioii'i iiesciiptions, he is still prepared to ' supply almost ]«>:$•-Biticle usually called for at a conn- ; try store'.! "His asso; ticant is ii.qwc9mpU.te, a;i<l'bc- j iug the largest in tdwik 'offers' the^reatiat induce- ! ment to pufchasfrs, oiihvr for Cash, Baitaf, or Oood i {.short) CradJtl : CaU.aili sec: .-.-.- ' 1 ","¦¦ - -J'-'' i- - "" * 0, G. HEMPSTEAD. Bi'ooVtyn, A"8«8t,g)!j8J5. i Medicines aiia Dras«> ^~ VYRES' Cherry; Pecl<,ral~-,acknowledged to he . th-b best Pulmonary Remedy extant—Pond's Extract of Witdi Hazel—.an exceedingly valuable, remedy for. divers. Uls-rDr. Baker's Compouiid-^—a grand specific] for Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbas....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

IIOMELAROR! WOODRUFF & ELDRED, HAVE removed to the burnt district, where thet* will be glad to see alt their old customers ana" as inany new'tnt'elt as please "to-give 'them^a. call.-— 4'hej- intend to keep a genj^jsKfftrSraToJf Stoves of the best kind and tmjiBtjrfaiiiong which may l>si ound PlKENU^tirPA RA OOlf AIR-TIQET, THREE ST A TES AND ORA KOE COUifTT. AIR-TIGHT, PREMIUM, STAR OF THE WEST ELEVATED OVEX AIR-TIGHT, CLINTOK, ami WESTERN OVEN' . The Elevated Oven Stoves all. have double fire-places,.which makes them firf seperior to the single fireplace Stoves. • \ife keep constantly on banda general assortmept of TINWARE . of ii first rate quality, forborne, trade,, also, Wcll;aml -Cistern Pumps, Puinp Chains ahtlReofi, 2><u/Pif« j of all sizes, Jappatmed Ware,"&c. Ac,, 'all of 'which they promfito to sell cheap for'ready pay,ar.approrsd credit. Tbb work^loneVlthdespAfcnrmdih order. . S.~A. WOODRUFF. :; ,G. B. ELDRF.D., ' Moiitrbae. Mai S0,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

'¦ -i ' : r^—: [ Still Another Falsehood. Thc Hunkers must feel, awfully, or they Srould.nfet so ninny bf them resort (o JownrigKt./a&rAoo<i to-help their cause' J. B. Mc-(bllum.jninior editor of the Democrat, is circulating a report that votes for Elhanan Smith have bain printed nt the Republican office.— All we have to say- in regard to that is, the sUienicrft is as false as the heart of the man who fabricated it. Wc nave "printed no votes lor Elhanan Smith arid shall print none. We leave it for the purd Democrats that hover around E. B. Chase, t|> print and circulate the votes, as they did] the card and handbills, of the 'Whig Know-Nothing ' candidate with whom-they are so hugely Uken ..hecaiise he and Chase 'labored1 together iu the same cause at Ilurris"Jiurg last winter.. [[

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

j BewareWyour Strength. Ihe greatest danger,that ni^w threatens to so reduce the Republican iri4joritf: this year is the iver colifi fence of the party. The lurjje nujority <of last year, tuid the knowledge th it it «h»ul<i be increased, is a "source of lituifitr that Republicans fhould guard a. gainst. Those of t» ihst ha»e "been Wbias can remember the campaign of 1842, when we .held] great meeting*, ] stu mped the State nli ovcH; sung songs, loud and glorious!v.sihIhad 'altogether & gortd tiikic of it; but forgot /o.tv/e.|' Tlie consequence w«'s a most woeful druHing. [The Re :ml.licans this year have ihjirc votes to lose, before they come to a defeatE,; but tllcy cau I e greatly mortified, and*suffer loss p{their iiflucnce'in a]grati ,dcgree,|by trusfihg now to last year's ma-3°r'^y-- I: Our diity now is to work as] if we expected[a single vote; necessary to carry the election; The election of our candidates will not require all bur strength, but the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

i In the Comntoa Pleas. TAKE NOTICE, that the money arising from the sale of the Real Estate of EJJjqt Benson will be distributed imong; the proper creSitois by A. Newton, at his olfibe in[ Montio<e, 0:1 Saturday ihe 8<J d.iy of Nove nh< r nexti at one o'clock in the afternoon:— All persons who have an interest in said fund are requested to 1 ppear jand present their claims or forever be debaireol thcrefiom. X-NEWTON,-Auditor. Montib> Octobers, L.S55. .-] ' "¦ -" Public Sale of Real and Personal Estate at Aactioa. RARE CHANCE FOR PURCHASERS. THE; pu isfcriber havihg made arrangements to' chang! jlis location and business, will offer for sale at yem up, on! the. premises; on Tuesday the Idth day of Qrttber Inst,, commenciofc at 10 o'clock A.m., the fol!pwirg[dcscribcd Real.and Personal Estate, to wit:. ; !: " ;' - ] ' '¦ • ". ''' 1. Hu Farm of 110 acres or thereabbuts, of good land, siiuats iin Franklin township, Susquehanna co., Pa., on[the Sjiake;C.eek...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

¦j a^it^i.; .;, Xr~,'.\[ premiumlist, ' •if tHB.ntSQCSnjlirSA.'COCSTT. AOBICCXTCTIAL .,.",[' " ¦ ; SO'CIETr.. -' ¦¦' Fair" and Calttlc Show to beheld in v [Montrose, Oct 11th, 185*. , :.'r',' -. ¦[. ¦ SEAT CATTLE. For tliobest Durham Bull, two years old and tipwards. . .1..'.';.... -. „ .".$5.00 2d best,-..! V -. •] • •.... -8,00 .For die bi-st Ty-vou -Bull, do. .-., J-.......... .5,00 2d lirs-j... i. ..[.., . '3, 00 For the 'best 'Grade for Mixed,...; i..., :. .5,00 ' 2d bistV [ -., .[.;. .8,00 For best/josy, as regards form" and appcarence, 5,00 -2d tout;, -;. .v..) ; ¦ . — ti.oo For .the-b^sfmi^} vow as-appears from results, 5,00 2d best]......-..,!... -3,0li For the bb-t two yejirs old Heifer. 5,00 2d best,.- •...-. J .......' .'..'..;'..... .'3,00 . Sd best, !•]...: , 2,00 For the best lot of s't! arc. Calves, "not less .than five, 5,'X) 2d best,..;...'..]'..-.,..,.., , .3,00 3d best-,.-...:..;........» ' ; 2,00 For the best pair of Working Oxen, \ ;. ..5,00 ^Sd best,-? ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 October 1855

/ CWaiisc of Time. | DELAWARE,. lJacKAWANNA AXP WESTER RAILROAD.- . [ '[- GX and after [Monday, .May 7th, lSr.S,]: the Mail "Passenger JTrain will depart from Scran ton at 1.0.20 a. ;m.- Dutj at Great Bend at 1:20 r.Ui. Connecting with the Dunkirk. Express West on [the N. Y.. A E.. R.R. Pai-pngers taking this train will arrive in Dunkirk at 11 jl!5 r.»«., and in New Yor| at 11:15 P. M. . .ji ' ,i -,-¦ .t " ; ¦' Retunring, will leave . Great-Bend at 4 r. *., due nt.Scranton at fir-l* r. a. ¦:¦ [ The Freight Accommodation Train, with Lasscriger car attached, will;leave Scrantbn at 1 p. mj; due at Great Bend at'^r. M-, connecting withrthe Mail Ti-ain. West, and-the Night Express TrjLin East. Passenger? tikinj; this tram aiid the Nighf; Express West,.will arrive!in Dunkiik at 12 m., or by taking Mai! Train West.] .will arrive .at Dunkirk at|6:t5 p. m. Returning,; wilj leave Great Bend at 7 At ir. on arrival of Cincinnati Express East. Due at? Scranton 12,10 P.-;M. "Ii ., -' I Passenge...

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