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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

\ ;Jigjiea 3oo:SfeM«es<. ""-'' -'' -[¦ ¦ . ¦ '¦ — Fron the\Loncton Timet. - y SIR ISAAC NEWTON/ ' ' v ¦•• •¦ T' ^~~ - '' .''•-; Thfecommod idea of Newton is very vague. In wri.tbjif vto the earliest of his biographers, Pope expressed, a desire to have 'some '" memoirs, and character (if him as a private man." The' desire might'still be expressed. We have ho, "mtimhey with Nrw.lun.. Fevy persons, if asked to describe the clhiraeter. of the man, could sav more, than this—thfit^e.Avas exceedingly abient, a!nd that he. was Impe'rturbable almo'-t to insipidity^ pei;hap« quotiikg as an .illustration or" the latter characterestic theapocryphal story of .the.'philosopher-and his little»drg -f Diamond."' This is not say- ., mg much, and yet the half of it is- incorrect. .- The cijiternporkries of Newton described "him as any thing<bjjt imperturbable on cerfiin pc casi/o.ns." Lf>cke declared that he was *' a nice main .to deal w;ith,'" but "a little too apt/to"? r...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

MY8TEBXES OF THE AIR Let a maiyfoli a little air in his inouth, and' what isahatj^! Let Napoleon twist it, between' his lips, and all the world isaf war; give it to Fenelpn, and ho shall so manage it with.bis tp|gue that there shall be every where peace; it [is but a little agitated air that sets all manlfind in motiunfr«s^f we ^ could live without air we could not talk^S^tng, or ^ear any sou.uds without it. There Woihld be a blnzingisun in a b[ lack sky—there would be everywhere an awful silence. There is less< air in the upper tpan in the lower regionfe ^of the atmosphere; the bottom crust of the air is of course, denspt. .Saussiire fired'a pistot on the summit of Mount Blanc, nnd tha/feport was like thesnapf»ing of<a stick. There is a well atSuldi|t|n-i*c,hundccd palms deep ; throw a stone down it, and the noise it make* in its descent wil| t>e like the* firing'of a park cannon. It goesfdp.wjjn among dense air, and also it reyerberatAsj " When a man spe...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

^||e ^djs^S^t^ . ; d±.RE4£* ?. ff. FJUZiEJt, EDITORS JyT- ': MONTROSE^P A. j • X'lpiii^day,/ F*b^AVy 31««» *»for . Hon. G. A- Grow. Ultis nofafor ttie purpose of vindicating thej character or political consistency of the gen-j tfenjan whose name standa'at the head of this; article, that wc reply>»1he attack upon/hjn^ in-the last Montrose Democrat. His course*? in bjilWliis and the last Congress, we have nqtk. doubt is/ most heartily approved by jr iore-thap nine Tenfts of the voters of this Conbressjonal' .district; and when the1 time shalfarrive for a-pOputar expression of theirjdp'in,i6P upon the subject,; prp Slavery Hunkerism will' hardly mistake the verdict of the people." But our design, is h expose some of th0Vbrrors—to callthem by/no harsher name —{-vjhirffe-the article in the Demperat was designed to promulgate*aj» facts. . Since 18)18 * there has been 4 schism in-the jD«7,io<Ta.i||j»arty .of.thisj Congressional dis-3r4c» From the jtirmr of the intro...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

_. : - •y ; ::¦', v " . i ¦ About that Indictment. . ; *>- ' As usual, E. B, Chase glories in his own shanie when btf exultingly asks the Bradford Reporter rf^d the Tioga Agitato? to tell their readers bmvTie escaped being indicted, at pur last Courier .1 liBel on Judga Wilmofc^T He owes, his escape to.William C/ \J»'iird ^ > of New Milford, the Foreman of the Grand J urv. When the bill was brought before the Grand Jury^jt was soon discovere'd' that enough were in favor of finding o^tic bill to carry it, although.the Foreman and one or two otheAi who perhaps AM not understand the nature of the oath"they had taken, tried hard to. have'"it ignored. After a much ioti^ ger time than is usually spent in considering a bill, twelve or more still being iri- favor of indictin;' .Chase,' a Juryman called for 1 the vote, and was seconded, but^iFqrtf rejused to \ put the void.' The Foreman then urged an [, adjournment till (he, next'day, but was an-! swered that a vote pri...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

Mr. Ingham's Ant>Kebrfts^^aesol-jtions. Ihe following is a copy (<t the Resolutions relating to the Tcrritiiries of Nebraska and K^H&as, iutrodiiced into the Pennsylvania House orVRepresentati' ves by oar; member, Mr. Ingham C^\r '-'"'' ¦Whcreasim: ConstitutlinMjf tho Uuited Suites proviiles thajxdonprops shall have ~p<?wci-to dispose of, lijvd make ail necuTal ru!e-> and ni^iitations re.-pecting tfbeTcrritortJielonginp to the United,Siates. ', And,rf|»S?a.-< irrcgalajity and disorder to the great injury ^ owthe people,.e\ist inthe territory of. Kansas —attracting the attention of the nation and dcn:andinc the immediate action of Congress, Therefore * . Resolved, That our Senators be instructed; ^ atid the Representatives in Congress from this Slate requested, to vote for the repeal of tbc^ct organizing' the temtsries of Kansas and Nebraska—substituting in pla^ethereofau Act similar to tb^ Act organizing the terriforv of Oregon; and...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

OJii unnKkitte ^..j,.,. ^e House Coiojnitiees. -V ! e standing 'ea of the House/ - < •; wefe^ahhoiinced yesterday by "the Speaker. Mr/. BUriks/has worked long and earnestly to > •' render the^ efficient and acceptable, and we/ " [ -thiolfefic has/generally succeeded,-though there .=**s*v, miisif*of:qojirsb be some mistakes ^n placing /-^s ^' i ^30 menf^wo thirds ofi them new to public' f T iifet*'""'.; - '- - 'j[,t '.?';;," ;-.;.. :¦. -.,x Of the Committee .bf Ways and Means j^;. v.:i/r Mr. L. D. Campbell bf• Ohio is the -Chair-' ' ¦ l;'.' man, with"Messrs. Hfiward/'S^ge/Campbeli" ' f - I of Penu., and De Witt,; Republicans.; Mess- •'. .'{ rs. Howell CbW,an4Jones ofTenn:,|j Dem. : : "''1 | Slavery Extensionisfo, and Davis qf Md.r : ' i ' South Americnri,,as-members. . • , ./. ;. -; '"'¦ .. The Committee on iElections has for ;its> * '.'[ Chsinnim Mr. Washburne <if 5ien a sjlaunch, ; ; Republican ; tbe other members are Messrs. : 't Watson; Colfax an...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

The Speakership-; -. I ,"' Nine [weeksacif the Session,.Ad/'hundreds of thousands of dollars were spept in a frliitlesg attempt jto*iect a Speaker androt^ize [thfellonse, a^d it w-ashot-untillthe allies of thlfljjorder Ruffians in ^he Hottse supposed thit lU|iey.could elect a Speakerjof their «wn faithl that ^hey permitted one^tb be chosen.-; On the assembhpg of Congress theold Hun-" ker .Democracy held thetr^aucu^, nominated Richardson, who had been the/jefeampipn of the Weimsla Bill and Slavery in] the last Omgress, ..^UiaU candidate for Speaker, coiib-tru :ted tbe/n^sttiltni pro-slavpry tmd Ajiti; ''Know' No^^^platfqrm. and_jresolved that they, .with thtlr cajhd'idate.-'woujd Uund upon this platform and ^ght the ba^rtB to\he ' 6t'fterknd? After A few days^fUinsucccisful ballbtings, it became apparent ;to every one that!; a Speaker could not be chosen unlcsstho plurality rule wer i adopted, and a proposition, to tiat ciaUjt was soon broughjt, forward by one1 fronfthe Repub...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

Eeajon for Par ting Company- x ^^^^ss.j- ...... ¦ ; -- ^ ¦- :¦ '.' .*. For the Republican. ' ¦E. B. Chase in, the last Democrat, speaking of Mr. Grow, Writes :r—" We/have*>fen^o accustomed to take the-pen la eulogy, ^o|/ln' . condemnation, in defengc^'not i)i',rebufe, fifiaH we would now-gladly escape wlwt we feelra/ dutv. But we (now p:cabnot (any long^f^ j escape it" -*": *^: y: ^ ' '. . ' ' ' The administration has paid us our price, in the shape of material aid, to. the tune of sotMc^fiiuT pr five hundred dollars for the smal i job of p rinthig^A few' Extra De mocrats,' and we should beisfso to every principle of honor Jshquld- we hesitate to show our devotion to- certain nigger-catching officials. But here my dear Grow and ,we part, ungratefully^ (as, wc say) on his part, because; haviiig been nursed, as wo allege, and Uained, as' we siip--posed, for Southern! service, inste ad of quietly resigning hjmsofr to their management'(its wo-feel bound to do,) m subjec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

Ji views win ihj The Laws that are to be Vindicated-W . . • -... ..".-;¦ .- :. ...:n u-_^.. S«, ' i nicrtaining mese , u uc unperafive duty, to exert/, the^vhole powc r" of _* the Federal Executive to support pubUe/or^^ der in this Territory, (of Kansas) to v^pdicate^ v' its laws, whether Federal or local', againsj;'all ajtempts of organized re'sUtaueev-^-Pierce's . £<isl Mcvsage.} . -/• * . '.- ' -jx • It is proven beyond'all possibility of iucccssful d-ni/a!,that the laws made for the ^cir-" • ritory of Kansas, 'wede made by aii. arqied mob from Missouri, under the name aniLti- ' tie of a (Legislature, in which' the. people qf . Kansas [had no part or lott and. thpjacts^f '.'• which hajve no binding force upon themy j^e have before published the infahinus'sta'tu^iri relation to Slavery; as it came from the hrinds of the B.Trder Ruffians/; but wc cannot resist the opportunity here offered, to agiiri remind .:.-, our rc'adetii 0/the/real character of thejlaws which the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

Important Bill. . A bill m regard to. Kail Koads,;wI)ich has pa^ed;^e;;H<iase, piovides—1st,'That the En-irons Girn.patiies ot the" Commonwealth "snail. vnTHiri nine months,' erect' good- and tiitli'jient fences along/theiir roads whenever !ii-ce>sury to the protection, of prK-atc proper'tv.and the prevention of accidents, together .fflih'such ic&ttlc guards and other erections ' .:is iire n quired in connection with such fences, and .upon default of the company 'to* erect «5a-.;h5'f'iiee's. &c , it; shall pay treble' damages for'anv. injury to. person or property*., "occaii.enod by: mch default. 2d, Upon, petition "ui ifc;G>uitofG.imiao'iiPleas.of^'^c(aVn .^, "^ai;ii^ forth a necessity for the .fencing Orany railroad in;Svsid coiinly, the Court shall ap-•v>oii!t.'nvc competent .-inj 'd' lMnterc&ted v.iewov.i. j.=ih^e-repfrt may l}c confirmed by the X:p:;ri. or l>u revised by other viij-.wer/s, or'tip--on.cf'iiiirinati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

. . .-: ] .J-'.'- . :',' '-..." ShcMtriSale. .< gl>Y. virtue of'a writ of Lev. jft. Issued, but of the K & court of common Picas bFSusquehtona Conner nad to roe directed I iriU sell at pnblic ven4ne, it the Court-House hi Montroac on Saturday the 22d ifMarcli, aextlt otic o'clotk t. m.—All that certola piece or pirc'ef'of land [situato In tireif Bend tdwasqip and in the county of Susqueh^tina, bounded iuid described as fouowsj to tjit; Beginning nt the eoutlnrest corner thereof at the lipe of Lowre Green, and on tie nortli line of thfe Depot GroundVpT the 5Tcw York & Erie Railroad yo:; thence by said company's grotode sout_lfi»>l degrees east -60 feet thence by other lands of saidlBrj-ant norU> 51 degrees ieast 2QS feet, to t!ip sooth ijde graveled path of the old tu&pike road; thoncc by' said road north 26 degtees westodfeet.to to. the.corner of said Green's line theiicd south 51 degreed west. 232 feet to thebegining, cOataining...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

'- .'- ¦ CiHARDi'Ak'S SAJLE."'•/ ¦'¦ '! NOTICE is hereby giveii Uuxt by Virtue of/4n Or-,! der of-Sale issued to me from\he Orphan's Cour t of Susquehanna! couiity, I- will, on Siiurday theV fii^t day of MarcS next, at; ore o'clock A. ii^^exposeto pabhc sale or vendiA, the interest ofjttarion Seely, a minor child of "Sarah Scjly,, deceased, in ¦and to-thc foHbwihg described pi«cc? or parcels of. landyj the first piece situated in Gi json township in said county, bounded as follows : •!• Beginning at a stone comer' for John Bennett 2dJ|and in Jacob Denny's line; thencejjy said Benntttli! land north 45$ degs. west 87 perches; to a stbn!e corner for Daniel Evans in "said Bennett'sjine; thta>cii by land of said Evans north 44 i degrees east 2ftl$ perche^o stones corner for said Evans in Joseph Washburn's line; thence by laud of said Washburn foiith 45}<degrees east R? perches to stones corner iofl] Preserved Pickering's land in said Wiahburn's liiie % ihenqC by land of/S...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

v WAtr * ,--:'. War witli Great]Britain! THE Central American question hvnot vet settled; but GVfTEKBERG'ROSENS A UM& Ca. arc finally settled in their .new store in the' East endof the New Bnck Bloclq where soldiers-who intend to enlist for the' war can be supplied with regiment-S nd all sorts of Clothing, an|d those who desire to their wives with them, can also be supplied with jest of materials for ladies'jwear, from a Stocking up to\Boiinet,"either ya soldier or citizen style. { Knowiqg the citizens of Susquehanna county to hie brave an if patriotic, we are sure they intend, to be prepared forlhe coming struggle, and therefore advise them to call oh us and ekamine our extensive stock ^ which we are assured we can sell as low as •any other firm this ride of Kew York city. . j * 0\ir sfe>ck, which we have, jrcry lately purchased and with great care selected, comprises a fu'lLassort-1 incut of LADIES' tTEARi :y-\ .\- such as Sliawls, from 'Hl'up" to |30; Dress "Go...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

BOOT AHD SHOE EMPOsUVH ! fl3 B, SIIII08S, ^pHE subscriber has^lmov^d his Boot and 8ho» J|. Store Into the ; t|ctldJng, Kjcetitly occupied bf Messrs. £cntley k fe»<f, Piiblicj Xt«rae. trst1 efoVf the Post-office, wlwrei notwithstanding the n^fxe et^ te of politic?, thejsfrhtgencT ?f Ao mon^ni«aet,: the "Npugh $unthJfe, ¦ , Rail Ro^d Mbnoplolies, Jack-O-Lantcrn u^dnccment?, and t^e great! drouth, aar ; one- cxtrcmefbltows another, in all huttian probablE-¦tyl we shall have a cold, wimijer. ';In'yltiir of IBS' state of things the subscriber bees leavo' Us say that hois prepored ia meet this ^hts ^jS|iB6ot and Sh|oe weariiig-puWic, with good and1 suMtai^l -raMe;«es of Boots and Shah pf Eastern '-' or Home Manufactnre, wanjnted equal (if uoi better) ithan any of fered in thismartet. His; stock embraces a general varietv of Ladies SitK Lastiko, Pat. Fox HeelSid^ tors, Silk lasting Congress GaJft«;'French Kid Cob* gress Gaiters, Morocco Gaiters, Ladies Marshall Tlea, City Made B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

•'¦mffittllOF THE RECEIPTS: MDEXPENDITORES , ' ¦ . -, !-»> . ^ -. ^ ' ' ¦' 3Ia3e titid pub]i|bed in j.owuance t>f an-Act. of Assembly of 15th April, A. D. 1864. ... i .", ._!_. , ,!'- 4 . "' ^i V - X-: ¦ '-i-::.-.„. .'vafa Susquehanna countv. \yyy"^ Balm 'ce ot CoUccfri' Accy«Mto lor 18»A a»d A8M». X ColCr$ Name*. \ Townships. . Duplicates. An». Paid. ££»*. iPrc'tag* Am*, ihfikjTear* ..Burns,....... aifforf,.... ,332,18 332,13 ^' IfS . B. Siocomr,.... Dundafl;.... x OS.KJ 65,82 ;: ^ !' l|g| William Buffum,^ Apolacon,... 322,46 302,16 ,4,40 15,90 * 1855 l.L. Swisher..:. Auburn,.... 625,02 571,78 - 23,15 30,09 do. .CBushnell,/... Ararat,.?... 173,41; - 164:59 s 16 t 8,66 ' ¦ ¦¦£..*, do. lob'tEldrldge;...»Brooklvn,... 663,31 \ Q27,50 : 2*59 :8S,02 j do. [.Sjroud: ..iBridgc'water,- 1,314,69 M.22838 J>1,13 64.68 r do. Idm. W^s,....MClifford, ...X 732,33 I 691,73 4,02 36,40 do. l.CIark,.1 ^..x.]ph6conut,... 406,64 3S0£fr 5,69 20-65 do. J,M.Denisbn,.\.tDitnock,.....

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

•: Th« Wild Man of the Wesl- Another Brobdiokao.—A wild man, *--ey feet high, i/said to be roaming through the swat Mississippi bottom^n the State <A Arkansas. Numerous travelers and hunters tevc assorted that* they have sce^bmi, but w„e have »ever been al.le to get near enough ipgivc. parlrculanT'concarning- this sn.-gitlar ^i'Sis a misrakc: When Albert' I Pike was last on a stumping tour he approached the 'BrobaigT'Sg' ne!ir enouSn to hea^tlh?,ntter «WessyWhe..was'the man who originally nomiiiat5®j»hn Tyler. Since that he has ^vec-n- like Ncblcha.dikzzar .'.out at grass.'—¦Yahoo Seniinei' (¦ '-. " • '- ¦ .-'• \ "We suspect thai this Brobdgiha'g was the oriciiiiil of Pike's 'Arkansas Gentleman;'—bonder if ho "coppers-on the ace.?"— Cairo Delta. '-. -'--.-- -". .-•" w * . Latest advices state that BrobdigRag in. ieti^s to vote' for Pierce' on principle and riot froni intct;e£.t.,i Me must be crazy—rihat's a Ml"-— WashingloiSjJhion* . / ,. -"?. "., - . I "Yes,/ that's ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

r-": Hotice. '.-.-'. ' x The Bcv. GeoiwXmidon will preach iff the It. Ei tnurcli in MontnW on Saturday and Sandar the 23d a'"t -4 th inst. ., 1 ' - - A - Hcfftce. - Tlic animal meeting of jjfjifor Stwjuchanno County IfQch'r't Attociation, will he held in-Jessup (near l>!-: Corn.!lPs). on Friday th'e 29th ina't at precisely ¦: ic <« cloCk.p. m. A punctual attendance of ali the '•"Itiutjcfct is deaireH. A Lecture maiv be expected in ^. e voning-from'Rev. A.O.Warren. . ¦ - : «} order of tha Executive Committee. 3H)ntro«<. . Feb.' 19th 1856. _ ¦" Exerutpr's Notice. M 0T1CE w herebv p»ea to all persons indfebted to ^m . t^V « 'on afia-i C Sherman late' of Jea *ip ta»iuhip deceased to make payment to: the un-ST r ,'and *" Pfem,ns h"-in? demands Jigoinst A Jh-Sfel i7 ****** -XT iPresent the i»me duly •• ,u-""V«*i-ror »«sit!ement.- ' T " x ' V",S ?ERM ^>, T' - > ^cenrotoof j. C. ^Jg^BEXILEY, jSherman decs*., iHljci'f MYSW? ™S*-n ¦ «*i*» W .^eoii o^ W^-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

, <J , THE i^EPENJ^ENT REPUBLICAN, y fCBLt'sHBD ETERfWaSDAT HOBSISO, AT KOSTBOIt, pa., ai ti,m «*¦Asstrii. tir>iivA5CK. •-': .'"'"""V :'-B^»e«fof-AdvcrU«iuB. .'." ], One square'<l6 li¥s or lcs«)one weeV,-v..... .?<V3<) Onesquaro ' - "F ,: ^ weeks,.. X. ..0,75 One square \/" - U»«cweeTts,...,-.-.1,0ft On«; soMM \ ". . one month,..:..... J,-» Oae'square % " .¦ . . two months,. • ••;--,-Onasqudra^a " three months,......3,00 Oafraquagjf ""'.'-:•._ «? months, .-..... • 5,00 6aos<&® . ¦ <" ¦ - •:«»W5»,--• ;•• -'¦ W? 'For two tot * more squires; inserted by the year, a deductiontroWthe above prices is made. > early advertisers will have the privuegc of altering or changing their advertisements without additional charge.^ PBusinep cards, not exceeding five luiea, inserted H^**rM" j^ woru. .: -t ' » This office is supplied with a good aswrttnent ol iJobWng materials, and all kinds of Job Work, such as.Carto, Posters, Pamphlets...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

x\ Bb B> w^Nfe et»* •, ¦'•¦'• lAffEfBOP0"."^ ¦¦'•" ^'-i ,.: ' V Dec^iawT -f:' -: HAVE on hand a general asrort<pjnt of Dry. GoodsV-Gro<tcrl'e< ttard-ware. Tinware, Stove-;, ™-e, U' ooden. ».»re, Lookhig Gl.ssc-4'Crockery^ Carnef' ¦,Boo«'a"n'a,";Shops.; Hats and Gibs, -Glassy., Knil« P«i»t.s iL.mip ar*Lt!««ced Ol', »oc'- Jainea celebrated F:iiVii]i(iKdtcines', Botks m& SiaUonery;; Cat' pentiii'*" ni^vohiers' T6ol*,:SOOO'yards Sheediig,1 Cotton f\n-\Sr<§>\-4i\ Yarn's, Cookii|g,.Parl6r and Shop Storos, Sjflvc Pijio, Zinc, ki: kc. . As ye buy lor cn^li.H.e afre{dispbsc4 to sell for cash, a little cheapce th*n-the'chc«peat.-- Call awf.see. .: ;.:. '-¦' ¦ [ B. B. LYONS 4 CO.» i QALT, FLOUR and PORK, bjr the.pound, sack,/ ¦0>barrel, or-'by. the load.- B. It. LYONS * CO. : - Lanesboro, Dec.j ,j:855.' | ! ' ' m '¦' , i ^iWpomids Young Hyson Tea; for. one dollart" ¦ -I; at B. R-Lvoss & Co's. j ••¦"-.' ':t- .^ Twelve pounds g...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 February 1856

¦.":" ^BUSINESS 1GARDS. '¦: - . ¦,.- ,',-,',. ^-_L_. ¦— -. 1 ^^r r—: : ; iinf Orcharil, M-V-l..' „ '.'¦ TL>HYSICIAN AND SURGEON, JackSbrl^Susquedt hanna county, Pa; Residence at the Postoffiee. ~77~ \ HaU & Eamb, CtABINET MAKERS, have recently <speucd a ware; ' room la New Milford," fen.,, and will keep con^ stantly on hand all kinds of Cabinet-wai-e ;>also Beadytnade'Coffins. Funerals attended withor.yfiihouta hearse. _ Ware-room nearly Opposite J. pickemjan's Stonv - x "' 'X ' - - - Ne$ Mllfora, May 15,1955. t 20—ly .". Keelef & Stoddard. DEALERS IN^MTS k. JSHOES,Lcathet KFlodings, onMSueStl, first door below Searle's Ho-Montrose, Jan. 1,1S5C. X ' -I - - - :¦':— r .;' C. 1L Bwiinons, i BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Shopjfirst dopreasl 'of 0*1 FeUows' Hall-Taropike St., Montrose. . " ~ '.' W-Stajwetott , i ; ' -". V1 GAN now bo found tr tbuVncw stand on Owcgo-st. . two doora west of SeaVle's Hotel^> *»«re.ie </f /¦ ecltwHy'wpal're-with ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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