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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

Candidates in the House. ¦ Nathaniel P. Banks, who receives the rrce Soil vote for Speaker of the House of Representatives, is from Waltham, Massachusetts. He was elected by the Free Soil Democrats in 1852, and rc-ejlected last Fall by a combination of Free-Scil Democrats, Whigs, and Know Nothings. He was President of the Republican State Convention that nominated Julius Rockwell for Governor.. He.is a sound and reliable opponent of Nebraskaism in all its phases, and fitted by parlimentary tact and experience for the difficult post of Speaker.- - . . Coh Richardson, the Democratic nominee, lives at Quincy, Illinois, and represents one of the districts on the Missouri frontier. He is a warm personal ind political friend of Douglas, and was the "Engineer "of the Nebraska bill in thejHouse. His election would throw the committees and the control of the House into the jiands of the Slavery extensionists. ' - - I ¦ ' The Democratic candidate for Clerk is an editor of a Virginia...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

JTEW8 AFD N0TI0H8 "I,.... The New,York Life Illustrated says| "Skkocss U a di»gnicB. " Consoling to Invaliit. [ j ...*.* Ill take your; part j'as thet.dogsaid^ toi the cat, when he.robbed her of ^l her dinner, li \... Ths depth ofthe Niagara River;under: the suspension briJgev is seven hundred feet—being the deepest running etrenn kuovr».; ¦ ¦ i ¦: - v' i- '' '" '' •I..-.. A little girl, after undergoing tlicdis^ agreeable"op/ration of vaccination!asked, "Now t won't hare/) be baptized—will I?" , !¦.... ^German writer tlfifiks the Amc* eons cod^nmctuoro tobacco and blow up more Steamboats thtni any other-five aationsL' j ? 1 .../ The Bradford Reporter, notiecsithc arJrival ot the first boat-load of coal, on the Xortti i?randh|af'Ihat place recenlly.- ft came from Scranjl ton via. Elmini. I '•- j | ! ....Greeley writes frpni Washinjjtprii that tlio only line of division,in the JIIoiisc, is NTcbrasi} ka. No one asks or cares anything for the Americati issue. If a member is rig...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

Speaker* of the Home. j ; /( Tho present warm contesi for the Speaktfsbip of the National House of Rept«sentaives renders appropriate the publication at ^his time of a list of the Speakers of that t>ody, since .the organizatiori of government under the Federal Constitution. ':¦-, .-' C0S*8 .YEAH: 1st, 1789—F. A. Muhlenberg, of Pa., Fed. 2d,:17»1—Joua. Trumbull, of Conn;; Fed. . 3d, 1793—F, A. Muhlenberg, re-elected. 4th, .1795—Jona. Dayton ^N. J., Fed. 5th, 1797—Jona. Dayton, re-elected. 6th, 1799—Theo. Sedgwick, Miass., Fikli .. 7th, 1801^-Nuu Macon, N. C.J Detn. I 8th, 1803—Nat. Macon, re-eleeted. 9th, 1805—Nat. Macon, re-elected. 10i.Ii, 1807—J. B. Varnum, Mass., Dem 11th, 1809^J. B. Varnum. reelected , 12th, 1811— Henry Clay, Dem. 13th, 1813—Henry Ctav, re-elected; . 18.14—Langdon Ciievcs.S. C, Dem/ 14rb, 1815—Henry Clay, re-elected. 15th, 1817^-Ifenry Ciav, re-elected. 16th, 1819— Henrv Cluv, reelected. •1820-^John W. Taylor, N. Y ^ Dem. 17th, 182N-P. P. Barbour, V...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

I - Wettqm ^ orrttpondence. j ! Lancaster, \y is. Dec. 10th, 1855. ! MEssaa EpiTonsI:—For two weeks tho -! I }- i ' . ¦ ! .' weather has been as Hue as could be. at this season. So oa the sixth, I took parol leave Jbr a trip to they North West.j Taking the 01d Telegraph rpad jfor Galena, I passed as fine a farming country as a man could ask to see. Mt. Carrol, the county seat of Carrol County, was the firs< town of importance I passed. It is built on a steep' side hill, at the foot of which rutis Straddle Creek. On 'the top ofthe hill are a Seminary, two churches, and the Court House, at the foot of thp hill are a grist mill and distillery, j The distillery feeds one hundred cattle,! two hundred Berkshire hoes, and no one knows how'mar. V human porkers.:, On the seventh I took up jthe line of march for Galena.!, If there ,are any farmers iii Susquehanna;j Counf.y who dare not come to the Wr est for fear of the >hock of descending from hills to dead level, they ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

t Ho Speaker—*nd Why. v Editorial Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune. WASuwoTOs,Sat iEve,i Dec. 15,1S55.. Two weeks of steady balloting for SpcakV er ih ths House havejresultcd in no choice, and, Congress remains unorganized for tho transaction of business. The state of our Foreign lielations—in central Ameriai especially, but with (jireat Britain and with j Mexico as well-^requires investigation by 'Jongress; the: multitude of Indian Wars:! breaking out on every sidp invites discussion;! the condition and.perils of Kansas imperatively demand action. Should American hands j bo there reddened with fraternal bloody the I disorganization ofCongress may be one main cause of the calamity. A simple declaration by the House in favor of the Free-State majority in Kansas would go. far to disperse the invading force of border ruffians now threatening to burn Lawrence!and annihilate iu inhabitants. Why is the House unable.to make such a declaration ? ; Ask those Members who will not per...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

Removal. - M. S. Wilson.' has removed his Stock of Goods into his new Store (in the Brick Block) at the foot of Pub-, licitve'imc where the Mercantile business will be continued under;the Firm of. if. S. Wilson t Son. ; 'Ad-, ditions to their present Stock will be continually made and particular attention giv-cn to keep up a, general assortmonti—especially in tho Hardware line. ''. ~ 'CaeWord More. : r*rr-T T I want to remind those indebted to me, that-I have been under tho necessity of rebuilding a. Store House and• consequenfly must-urge payirent—hoping all will attend to it without further notice. Montrose, Dw. 19, 1*55. M. & WILS^ ON. Turnpike Rolice.-The stockholders of the. Lenox antTHafmony turnpike road Company, will hold their annual meeting On Monday, the 7tb day of January next at-10 o'clock A. M. at the house "of Joel S^cenback in Gilisou to elect ofBcers for said, companv fbr.the ensuiuc vear. By orderof the Board. BEN J. COMFORT. Secy, Lanesboro, Dec. 16 1855...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

• .." - idasWalc Ball. . ¦ ;• . ,.- At the large Assembly Rooms of E.'K. Bacon, in S-iSoUin, Wyoming Co., Pa., on the 27th of Dec, fne company of these that are fond of Cotfflfon Acii>£> respectfully ..elicited. i ji:usic. „ '- ' Vr-~v„ ......Cook. I* Y'ol,n' r '" ....Gorhem. •^d. ilGO.-..*»-.'.J..-•••**'" h Clarionet,, 1 \""" I Bu7 >4,00._____ 'i . -' ItaVtlce. '-- " ,"'. Ihe Susquehanna County Teacher's ^«~^? - JtJk .t-Dimc^ k cSrners on Saturday, the «A insi at i o'clock F. M. | V general attendance! is desired. . ' S1By order oljthe Executive Committee. ' '¦ ' Slip Sale*. - „ - The-Slips in the Prcibytcrian Church in Mon«»e, Jbe rented for the yfcar 1866, on Monday Dec. 31, ls55. at 1} o'clock, P. |M. -1_^MM ——

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

- ' \ .v Shcrtfrs Sales. -"' By virtue of Sundry w.-ita iesueilouMif^the Court of Common Picas' of Susquehanna • cottnty! and to. me directed, I will expose to-public Sahrat the Court House itv Montrose, on Saturday tho 29th day of December Saw.,- at one ©"clock T. M.: AH that certain piece <k parcel of land-being a building lot," situate lying shd being in the borough ofSusquehanna De> pot, hndwn and distinguished as being Lot No. lOas the same laid,down and distinguished on a map of part ofkhc borough of Susb.nehanna, being 60 feet fiom, by» 20 feet deep. Containing 7200 square feet ofland,Vith the appurtenances; one framed dwelh' ng House, and all improved. ' -• ' • A LHO, One other cerUm peico or parcel of land situate as aforesaid, and bounded as follow*; to wit: being the northeast half of Lot No. 5 as laid; down on a map of part of the village of Susquehanna Depot, by William Went*, and recorded in Deed Book No. 21, page! 096. Containing 860 feet with the appu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

1. B. IY0HS 8: C9„ ; S . I.A}tl£8I10lsO. • •.• "¦¦•"L'.rh' Bee, 1855. ¦ ! HAVE on hand a general assortment of Drv Soods, Groceries, Har-l-warei Kn-ware, Stovcvrsre, Wooden iware, Looking Glasses, Crockerv, Carpet*,- Boots hnd Shoes. Haw and Caps, Glass, NaiUvPju'nte, Lamp and Linsi-ed Oil, Doct Jaine's celebrated Family Medicines, Books and Siationery, Carpenters' and lloiners' Tools, 5000 yards Shccu'ng, Cotton and Woolen Yams, Cooking, Parlor and Shop Stoves, Stove Pipe, Zinc, &c. *c. .A» we buy for cash we are disposed to sell for cash, a little cheaper than the cheapest. Call and see. ! .'¦,?•' [ B Jfc LY0X5 ft CO. S "ALT7nBuR and PORK, by tho pound, sack, bartlcL or bj the load. B. B. LYOSS 4 CO. Laae&borb, Dec., 1855. :. IJ*1VB paundslToung Hyson Tett>r*)r one dollar, 1 at B, R. Ltoss & Co's. Twelve pounds! good Sugar for one dollar, at B. R Ltons&Co's. . . i i' I ' Thrc8j gallons ! Molasses for one dollar, at B. R. Lroxa ft1 Go's. .:'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

' _'','':" Jtotlcc.'.,' \'i'."l, |,.,-., THE Baptist Church a* Auburn, near Auburn four Corner*; will be Dedicated Deb. 6tb. ; Services to commence at 11o'clock. \ The Public are invited to attend. |_ | -^ ' kpfrTOjUQE. ¦ T~;"*' Amlllot^rXollclc., ':.] •;..: The undersigned an auditor appolate'ill byV'the Court of Common Pica* of Susciuehanna County to make distribution ofthe tond arising from tfce fiheriff* Sale of real estate of Milton Tiffany, will attend to the duties of his appointment at bis office, in Montrose, on Wednesdaythe 2 day of January next'aM o'clock in theaftrimnsn, at which time tuA.'plsee.att .persons interested will pre«ent their dalms or he forever barred from coming In upon said fund. - FRANKLIN ERASER, Auditor. '. Montrose Dec! 4,' 1855. ' LOST l \ j IN MOsraosE, on Monday,' November loth, a Grfd Pencil, Chain, and Locket—much valued as | a memento. The finder will confer a favor by.leav- j ing the same si this office. ' . i •'".'' CAUTION. '.'. j ALL pers...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

- ' '.Saws .lour Bacoit.;' 1 -- < ALL who a^. - 'indebted to tlie suliseribers, either by note jar account, are ,*rge*tl$jwhu*ted to call and pay. wn, or ihc consequence wifl wp a»>i*-4 oa tho lst^of January next. : M. ft E. MOTT..:? Montrose, Nov. 20,i 1855. _ : l_ii ,-!;¦¦.,,.,.; U_ _,. . ^HililaryMc*.;^^ IN purauance, of orders ofthe ^ldjutanj; G( nerai, to . mo Uircctcd, notice U hereby given to Jie Cuptaios bf the several Military Companies of Su >quebanna county^ thatithey are requited to rcpopt to me the names of all pf rsoua who have done dutv in their .companies, who arc bow under the age bf forty-five years. Said report- to be made- as soon las possible." The several Captains, | in the different toh-uships will please consult together, with their rolls,-and perfect their report. ! j j ASA SPICERJ. j' Brigade Ltspcctor 1st Brig. lOtq Div. P. M. IiLipector'g office, Harford, Nov. 1, ISaS. 45w3 —-^ Li—j. :...:..;.—,„,,.,.[,, let,— ' j. Notice. '; . .....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

i'>^--lLtIW|™r^- hr0*^^-^iM^ Wk WSSt^F^SSubr9&^- S.'^^^^^K*^Sn^r ' Lm. '. .ar rnasrl I J^/^Kr?\ I EiBaiiaff' <re ' tJH^attl MIVT r*fBtfV >A s. Ai£R%m^3i vm^aaM^sr^allcaf' Rim,- K,BVf^rTSBM|£WLJM Eli' Hw/ BHWy L l^kt«KKriM|||MnBsUHK_9BsssH rj*-—J*iBS"lBS>*WSS«iS*HsS^ OATHAIlTie[pi^LS OPERATE by their powerful influence oa the. internal viscera to purify the Mood anctsthtmi latb it into healthy action. They remove the: obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other. ontaus of the body, and, by restoring their irregular it'etion to health, correct, whereveTjthey exist, such derangements as arc the first, eanies of diaea*e. An extcnsi« trial of their virtues,'by Profcssors,-Pliysiciacs, and Patient-;, has showir cures of dangerous diseases almost beyond belief, were ihcy not »iiu-.tantiatcd by"perf«ns of «eh ipsalted position im-1 «haracter;.as to forbid thesuapieion of untruth; Their certificates are published inury American' Almaiiae, which...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

g^gL^itiiiia-v^;-''- \r ¦ r 1 Bonktag Hoase ,:.- ..':-:- " ^ : - -' ' ¦ ¦ ' <*¦ ¦ ¦ •' ¦ " - ' : ¦ ¦ -:- . 1WWI?» JJOOPEB & CO. HflKItY DRTKKER;J ] ;V uoxTiiaw m. JTOSTTmGvCOOPEE, \ ij0?°Z;*%*f*.. ISAAC. L. POST. j -November IS, J868. DRAFTS on JSFey York^Ciiy" an J PWiadelphia;-. Collfectionfpnrmptly made and rcnilttea.' "' Office hours from 10 a. M.tb 3. ; >. •'-. : 1 Messrs; Allen & Paxton, N.York. REFERENCE,} Samuel,C. Morton, Es^., Phil'a. -. 'w ••) ^n* WilUam Jessup ^ Montrose. j ; MIIL1NERV AT NEW MILFORDiPA. \ h 1 V '.¦¦-'. Mii H^:». Ward ,.;. T17TTOULD respectfully give,notice to the pubuV 1 y v 'that she has again resinned- her business "at Millmery atKew Milfbrd.Pa. Slie has anangenieirts by which she will receive.from New York the latest Styles of Ladies' and Misses' Hats and Bonnets of eviry description, ancRjlso to procure on shbrtnbtico: iuy jartlcle of the kind that anv person wight wtijt. From such arrangements aud from her past" ex...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

. 4^^u»' ffi f''n | c„,hecton Turnpike Boad A 9«a ^fb n A^uhe Lu,k House in Great ^Tl^^Lcord WWnertay of January next, at BCv1bi' * l ^ tbl election of officers, Ac. ? 0 doc* a. v., >»t npSRr DRINKER, Sec'y. """~~ A e»uM Game. 1 im' ci""1 upon by i sense of justice. to tnysolf . .fc.'nublic to exposni the intrigue of the leaden •'? %$to Clique,'wW«4 I fhall call the BUcksmith .' 1'' * :.plnthe first place1 fbratuching my name to I tSn handbills that are| in circulation, the object of <*rcli' seems 10 be to inform the public that all the m Ik'wSths in this.Coun^r have raised their prices i-Vori^ .«wne.twenty-five per cent. Aemy natne j<'connected with others spoh the above named vrSfls, r w!y wisQ to ^fo"1**0 public that it was J;rej there without *ny consent. Being in the cm-?f 0r j|es.-rs.0 Hawley ^ind Jenka at "the first. meet-T';,^ tli?Blacksmith fcsigue which was at their Si w cnarje I was presiait. The meeting was held (7-tcVi!'Pd?c of forming resolutions...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

-rl ~«fT—r—-—-—~ r SHELTER CHEAPER THAB-" FODDEE" Notwithstanding much that has been written during a few years past, especially in the agricultural journals, on the true principle* of \vh|ter protection and feeding of domestic nuiuifiis, there is'stiil a great amount of costly; igjifbiance on tbjs subject. ; Last Winter ie.,cfianeed tipon the iarm;of a niari who possessed a fair share of iutellijTence|upon general jnatters, and wc were not a littlfrsurprised tolfind'hjnWstill clingingjtu the ol|l opinion, that his stock Wintered better wlicn exposed |p. cold, than if warmly housc|. He kept no account of the amount of food consumed, but his observation had taught^ him—hnd truly—Chat his sheep, :for mstanpe, consumed more food in a cold Winter than in ono'ot moderate temperature; and hi reasoned that if they ate more it indicate!" better health, and,a faster grawth- of flesh jjirid wool, and;, of course a greater pofit. Pollojwing'out thisi opinion, he kept a flock of sheepf in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

A longHight with WUd BeaaU- ' On the4tb of SSoyeihber,' 1855, Arvine Clark, of Jersay iShore, w»» exploring the route for a new road tjo tho settlement ofthe " Fanriiug and Ljn^ Associatjo^, " a new colony Jnear the a\& of the famons pie Bull settlement, in Potler county. Wht-n evening drew on, he commenced retracing his steps, but lost his way, in a denao forest at least eipit miles from a settlement. An old man, tired with walking, he! sat down, on a log to test a moment and coetemplate his situatltjn.j His attention was suddenly arrested by] a rustling in tlie bushes clqse by, and on looking arbund ^ he saw a huge bear comini towards him. To draw t*j) h'^s; trustyrifle aud shoot, was the Work of j a moment. Bruin cave a fearful roar, which awoke the echoes jof the glootny solitude, and then was still. Feariag that he was only, wounded, Clark hastily re-l^aded his rifle, with two balls, the last in li.is pouch, and ^discharged them into the bodj1- of the bear, when h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

BtJSINESS OARDS. I T. B-Orehaxd, Mi|D.| j, PHTSICIAJJ AND SURGEON, Jackson, Susquc-:hahna county, Pa. Residenbe at theFostoffice. "^ i Bail ft lamhj I " ¦ ' . -' ¦ CABINET MAKERS, have recently opened a wareroom in Ncir Mtlford, Pa., ana *fll keep constantiv on haad all kinds of Cabinet-ware; also Readymade Coffins. Funerals attended with 'or without a hearse. Ware-room ncarlv ojiposita J.' Dickerman's Store. .) !- - I , ;' " -: -" . New Milford, M»y 15,1855. ] ; 20—ly •' j A. 4 E, Baldwin, i \/f ANUjr'ACTDRERS OF SADDLER HARNESS, IfX Truaks, Whips, Ac, in the Basement of Scarie's Hotel, Montrose, Pa. . j j. 'I CM. Simmoiui, • BO OT AND SHOE MAKER. Sjiop first door east of Odd Fellows' Hall, Turorike stl Montrose. I W. Singleton I CAN n^w be found at his new stand; on Owego st two doors west of Searle's Hptel.iwhcro. he effectually ^repairs. witlij dispatch, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Guns, and every description of Machinery. Wheel cutting;. Gun and Watch materials supplied to tbe ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

Dr. JT. B. Marchiai'a J CELEBRATED CATHOLICOIV, roa th* BttuKv im coas or sfrriaiso rikitts. ' WMtulI/f "* stands pre-eminent for its f$™MW/ {' .M cnrBt'T8Pow*n,lh-all[tlie.dis-Mi&zZSm^ cases for which it is recommen-JKf^ * ] B FEMALE COMPLAINTS. , ^HBfi^*^^ Of these srCPr olapms Uteri, -M^^P^e>^^ or falling ofthe worolr|; Fluor f^tfffffffffffV^^^^ Alctts, or whites; Chronic In-^^J^H tftifln fiamotion -and Ulceration of flSjt£2i5«»mm^# orrhage' ftKFooding; Painful, ^^^^^^^ ^^• f - Suppressed and irregui ar Slenstruation, Ac, with all their accompanyirg. evils, (Cancer excepted,) no matter how severe 6i of how long Standing.. This, medicine has never been introduced jby emptv puffs, and misrepresentations, nor is it' intended' Uiat its present popularity shall be.su«t«inci3 by any medium but its merits and the approbation of thepulilic. - . REFERENCES. I feci it a duty incumbent upon myself th declare publicly the 'great blessing Dr. Marchisi's Uterine Cathojfpon has...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

A PEIf BTT SATED WORTIf TWO J -"! % EARITED. ?-A -: ¦ WrrTElfBERG^ft BROw Monirc«c,tPa., take • this method of advising their old friends and customers and the public at larg6, that they have just received and opened ihe largest, prettiest and cheapest stock ofBEADY MADS CLOTHING jiver bwH to this, place, which they offer; at a small adtanre from cost, thereby offerihg{purchjisecs the rare opportunity of* obtaining goods; at about two tliirdsf the usual price! -.! "; -. ".' I Also a larKc;assortfnent of Dry Goods, comprising for Ijadies Wear, new styles Brptadc, Stripe, Plaid; Ploiil;aud chahgeuhle Silks, Delaines, Muslin, De Bage Bcnjge dclainca of new anil elegant designs. . All the lati^stales of;Ladie4 Dress Goods, French Lawns, Prima and Gieghamf. A handsome assortment of Dress Trimmings, Eiiibroided Sleeves, Coflars Cuffs, etc. Jaconet and-Swi£s Edgings aud Inserungs,Gloves Mif, Hpsiety,! VeilsjnVitl 'Parasols. ' t Their assortiticut of Shawls is very large|. embracing every...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

«rcat Attraclion " "bVAH !ST6 AH " rpHE subscriber would-again ahnoimw. .1 ut 1- tomera and the public^neSS y'ih,! tfC0S" ceived a large. assortment; of BOOTS AND«dOiSr which he intends selling for Ready Pay twenty per cent, cheaper than can be bought la this market (th«v Genuine. Boot-and. Shoe Store down Town or the Rare Chance for Bargains, up town, not excepted W "Ouah Stoah" may be found "the first door. East of the Odd Fellows' Hall, Turnpike street, first floor. Although not quite so commodious,as some "sloths," yet it answers our purpose very well for the present. Sfcitlier can we promise our customers- that our "establishment", will not be "surpassed" by any in the country soon, but we will promise our customers that we will sell Boots and Shoes to Suit in quality «nd price. Our stock embraces a general variety of new and elegant styles of Ladies' and Gentlemen's wear, aniong which are Ladies'Silk Fox Gaiters, Colored Gaiters, Enameled Gaiters, Black and J Sronsed Kossuth...

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