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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 February 1856

^ Books, Book*, Books! /VT'tHE: MONTROSE BOOK SptE. THE'subscriber would infi)rm his ft-.ierf<is and Uie public generally tliat .he lias on bund the largest ami best selected assoitirieiitj'Of Books and Stationery.' to be (' mind any where iii Susqnebanna county, which jhe will sell for ready pay at prices tliat cannot fail to I suit. '"•'•', -;'¦ ¦: .; ¦'¦' ''* j Aniong the miscellaneous :Bdbks ma^ l>c found the Life of Washington, Jfrckson, Taylor,* Isaac T. Hop-! per, Horace Greeley, .1* T. Barnum, and others; ?tar j Papers, (ReecbL+.y'lTjiteanitjy' in the ICity, (Cliapin,)' i Bell Sihith Abroad, MyCourtshlpandUs'Consefpiencf 6S, (Wykoff,) Ruth Halt. {Fanny- Fern,) also Fern • Leaves" first and saeondj series American "Agitators • iiind Reformers, fiioYights'.iiuo Things at Home ami j I Abroad,'Gettingr Along, The Old Innf Hood's Works, I ! Stajihopc Burleigh, The News Boy, |L; Pow's Comi plet_e Works, The Slave of the Lamp, The Escaped j Nun, Lewie or the Bended ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 February 1856

• :- EAOi,B: J-OtJIHMtt*^, ^' ' SAYRE, BENTLEY k PERKINS having pttrcbas ¦ odof Wilson k Co. the Eagle Fonhdry, are iiow yX> prepared to fill ortlergfrom the trade, aiid do.work i'n/ ; their Ilia with skill and despatch. They will keep/ onstantly on han<l I'toies, (best kinds,) Stones, u.l/ ; kinds,) Cultiuators,. Straw Cutter*. 'Cvrte ShctUH d-c.dc d-c 7 - ' i>- 7. 7 7-: \ ".' i Wc invite particular attention to the iMews Thiers • wc manufacture: We manufneture and keep for sal*' - J -- 'I!}ie:Qe.lebratc.dBlutchleyFlov: - L ' We have*purchased the exclusive riglit to- matiufacture and sell in this county, Wayne,: Wyoming arid . .Bradford. &f"Richl» Patent Iron Be ajh iVow-.; The' Plow is made entirely of iron, excepting the handles. . It is celebrated for its easy.draught, being onc-thii-ti i. \ , easier than any now in use* while its strength and dut rabilitv are greater. : ' ¦''.', / \ 7' .-;.-'¦' MACIIINJMiY / ¦''•'!¦ '/i j of iilpl kinds manufactu...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 February 1856

' ^' - THE INDEPENQ^NTJ REPUBLICAN^ ¦' ' ¦ '¦' 1 ¦ ^ X • - ' ' fCELISnEn KVF.nT TIieKSIUT 3(t0EXI,SGfAT ilOSTttOSE, PA., >T ^l,50;lfEU isXClt, IS ADVAKp-. •' ' ¦ U ' j" ' ¦ I ;• "! . Rated of Advcrli.siug. One square (IC lines or. leis) one' week,.. J.. --$<>,C0-Onc square ' . "'-J I two weeks,. J. ....0,15 One square 7' \? !- tliree weeks,;.... .1,00 One sqiiare . "j i j one month,. J.... .J.25 One square .',:. [two months,.].' .... 2^5 One square ' ."**!: 1 three months] 3^00 One square ¦'.. "¦;. } tat months, -ij..... 5,00 One square , • ". ' ' l one year,,.. S...... 8,00 For two or more Rquare»,';inseriedl.by the year, n deduction from the above prices is made. '! Yearly advertisers will hi-ve |tiie"pri|irilege pf altering or changiiig their advertisements without additional charge; Business cards, not e^peeding- five'lines, inserted at *i,0(r hof nnntm. | . i . ,* ! at $2,<rtV pof nnntm. ' I i . \ \ ' ^ ^^ ^. '¦ Job Work. 'J' |. .':••--1 Tnis off...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

^._^. . I " J, . <—' ^&S^§j^i'^ '^ -,'a !;%5" ~' . ¦ ¦ • "j ' y#| #|ggfTE|tStEpM BEV. J-VIYOTB. Zl:\ ^&tM^^':' ;. ; , J BeiriJt, Jan J8,1856. ' ¦ •' "'¦, On.the 2tith of Dec. wefhad the pleasure, *'! 0f welcoming Mr. and Mrs. Aiken to our , missionary field. /They sailed in the latter i >p'art of Oct., had a rough, though not a long j passage, and have reach us in excellent health L and spirits. Two ^ays alter Mr. Aiken arj !' -rived,.we-, started off together to visit some !•' of the nearest missionary stations. We first! v,i>ited Sidon, ancient Sidon. It: lies'25 ! jnilcs sOuth of Beirut, and for the* greater jparOpf thefway the.road winds along the sea coa.su The -shore "Is very, level, and many times as we rode along we were so near the water,that jthe great swelling Waves-from the sea dashed] up around our horses' feet. \ We per%riifed j the journey in seven hours, and daring the,List four hours rode.in the rain, "-fctik-thanksto o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

SPEECH OF HON. GALUSHA A. GROW, Stffelfrs ty \wm- - j OF pexxsylvaxia. In thi House of Representatives. ' . ¦' )¦ Mji.Rcn 5, 1656J Tlie IloiJse "beir.g in Committee, of the Whole on tjie state iiC the Union, and having under consideration ,^he President's annual message, ^ ... i - . ¦ Mr. GROW said: ';. \- . Mr. Spe'akku: ' Rumors of a prospect of civil war in tlie Territory of -KansaS have reached us, ,and filled the public mind with gloomy apr reheusion. The President in his annual mes sage informed us that "in the Territory of Kinsas there had been acts prejudicial"to good crdcr," but neglected . to tell what these acts were t and at a later day he informed this House by special message that "there had leen'acts, plainly against the law,'' which now threaten the £eaee not only of the Territory 6f Kansas, but of*the Union. It becomes the imperative duty of .Congress, then, to injquire into the causes of this state of things, and devise if possible some means by which to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

| Eepuolican Association.' ¦ The meeting called at the old Court House on Tuesday evening lasjt, to forin, a Republican Association for Montrose ,nnd Bridgewater, was—for the accommodation of many who" dc-fircd to attend: the Musical .Concert held here on the siimfc evening—adjourned to Fridrt]/ evening next, March 2lst. at the featne place. j A full! attendance ol(those interested is/requested jat that time. I - "• ;¦ f' . :-j,__„_ ¦ . '.' i ^jsT" The recent Deiuocratie State Con veil- j ; lion that declared unanimously for Bucbaii- an. and adopted unaniiiously a, pro-Slavery, j Pierce and Nebraska platform, was-presided-j over by" that distinguished Doughface, II. B. Wright, of Luzerne, wjio when the Nebraska ; bill was before the House, labored as hard i and spoke as long in its'favor as' Mr. Grow " • did against it. The dblesatt-s to this Con' vt-njion had all appareijlly been carefully se-, lected as staunch .old "Hunkers, and therefore \ 'there was no difficulty jin ge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

From Harrisburfe- ; • .[Corrctporitkrt'eevfthe tirajforIKrjinrtai] IlAKursnVnci, Ma-eh 0, 1830. Beinir a spectator at the DeilioCralie. State Convention held-here on. the -4i fi instant, I have concluded jo give-'you a rep >rt ofivpoi-•tion of the, proceedings thai (.iocs hot' fully appear in the official.account.-The chairman'of the' State Cetitral Co.mmii'lee caiU'd-tihe Convention t > order, when Qui. Piolict moved that J. P->rtj-r Brawlcy be ti'ii'ipprary ch'airiuai;," wliicl- v,;is' carriei). Coutcsti-d seats were ii.-xt e Jliridoivd, and (the main ijno-.t!<|n secnicd't<> .n; which were the best Buchanan men. .Ii:dg; ^oneX ol Sullivan c'ouiijy, cohfestid tie st'-afc of Dr. John V.. Sniith,. of'Wyoming, ,ijnd made a warjo spee<-li <llcjjfilj!'i<-!iigjljyap«B4linicii''y-' of .Mr. Smith as ini^^ij^^^^L^ilu claimed fin-Sullivan the (-i-cdi^'tif J.ySrr<|rf!'el'n tlie only 'comity . in. ihij! ^ d^fh tha t n f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

The He'xt President, . Snsctal r-iipatch to the.K. Y. Tiibune. . ' \V--AsinxGTON, March lt>, 18">G. ,The Kansas debate will continue for "several days. Messrs. Galloway, Howard,- Kelscy, 'Burlir.gamH, Ohio" Campbell, Granger, and W.mon are yet to be heani. Douglas is openly annoiiiK-ed as. a candidate in tne Presidential election, and he says himsi-lf that his name will be before.ihe'Cincinnati ConveiHioh. Fi-eniont is not a Catholic as reported, but is of Huguenot decent, and was long since coufiriiii'(d as a member of the Episcopal Church. Letters favoring-his nomination are flowing in ff-.oin all. quarters.—- •Mis friends urge fotir p/diits in his fiivor; he is a new hian, fresh' Irani the people ; his jiast life shows''him to'h\e.possessed of backbone; beds opposed to Siavery iiggressiotnand is, in favor of Free Territories, and he favors the Pacific ' Railroad. Banks, declines the nomination. Seward is earnestly advocated by many persons, buj it is doubtful ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

Burning oLaTerryiBoat, . -•'•"; From thp'Pliiladelphm I.^fcor extra. ' One of the most foitrful'disii]!-,.,-,, wjjich h*s lhappeped upj;n;ilie Dejawarc «i,,cc th* \mr'i nig of the William Penn, .SO!nei20 years av0 occurred on Saturday-night; betweeh 8 -info o clpck. ,.. ' i • -. , ^he. Ckmden ferryJboat, "Ne«^ersev» beb ngmg to the PWladelplua ^ (Jaindcn Ferry O-nipanvswnh psissengers i? tiif"ii'uin lier.of m?*iy 100, iai,stly. res;<]c!il,.lJf;Nt.w' Jersey, started for Caindcti.' "i ' ' .. ' The, boat'was headed j;,r th& Canal. Kut on reaching that point, Captain G|>r><in diseovfcr. ed that the ice was so jammed between1 the banks, that to go through would be iilmost aijimpossibility. . i v ' , . ;:. . j^hCboat .was then turned .northward, •(, 03 t ^^oss ^° l,iu' some 'distance !abo»e SmilWIsland. When nearly! opposite Arch street wharf,, the boat wits discovered to be I on fire near-the smoke stack. I An. effort *¦•&. iiiiid-3 to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

i - ' i : . ' jlije Iqfopcyfoijt ^epqbiie^}. j C. F. READ <fc II. II. VRAZIE& ,' EDITORS. \ .';.'" MONfROSE, PA," " ! » j J Thhrsiday, Ularch 30th» )^856.. !ftEPiBLIGiMj|SSMEEtI(I -%l A Republican Mass Meeting will be held at the old i Court Hj&iiseiti Montrose, on Monday evening, Apiil j\?th, beiilg the'first Monday'fof April court Jt is cx-I pectcd'that topics of grdat .interest wul be then disi enss-ed, wiii that citizens of the county-will be well re-1 paid Tor |ieir attendance, f . , ' >•'"•.-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

ITEMS . r. .Ameetinsrofthe National. Uepublican Committee has been called at Washington ob the^Gthinst. | ' ; : ./-'.. .'." * .[A deputation from Sussex County, N. J., is expected !to leave soon. tojsiKell ,tho ranks cjf the Free State men in. Kansas, i: - I^TfKnnsas Meetings are beingiheld in all parts-o'f tho North, for the purposej of raising menabd funds to aid!onr deeply wronged fel-Io\v-«\jt?zens in Kansas. . Shall we not do something in Susquehanna county j? y ... J AniH h-'is passed the Oregon Legislature, siibfiiitting the question of a State .Government to the people at a special election; in ApribricxV • ! r j . -• The three prominent candidates for a nomination at the Cincinnati Convention, are Buchanan,' Pierce; and Douglas. The platform will be the same, whoever is successful,as the South will control the Convention! and own the candidate, „ ' !' ' ... .lit is said that some of the Kjiow Nothing leaders at. Washington entertain, doubts whethif r Mr. Fillrhor&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

The Know-Nothing Vice Presidents! Candidate oa' Know-Kothingism. , ¦:J, While Amikew- JACKsqs Donelsoji was editor of the Washington Uidoii, the fiu'qwing:editorial'appeared in that paper. . ^ : "iMMioitATios.—LTfie Republic of Wednesday contains a loiig article on immigration to the United States, it portrays in vjvid colors ihe n<pid and unpariilMied increase in tho ' numbers of those wli^> are seeking our shores. The: Irish emigration is ,-;o great that the court journal classes it atnong ''the phenomena Of history." ! \Ve (Andrew ,l;i<;kson Donelson.) arc glad to see eu' ugration, from tlie Old World. Ii'brings to ns ^physical force we /iced to fell the '/Ureal and h fyuihl our Imjirovemcuts. IToj have yet itndfieill fiuite for many lung years scope and ntnge Enough for their industry and enterprise, j But it is liot our intention to dbCu*s this lii-a'iieh of .ihe subject at the present time. The native partyis now pros!rule, and,it.will be lime enough...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

Southerners Going to K-insis.: ...; : Cuaulestok, S. C, March 15,|lS0G? A large mooting was held; iff-this'jcity; la.-it night, to-proriio.te'emigration t<>. Kansus.?^ An address and rt.^t>Iu.iio'n -jiynrc ad'i^ited,declaring ,'.S!ave;j- to \i» a "polili.ual idbnifnt ¦»' , the coufodenacy, in separable-from the. pi%;sept system <>f governnieni, and.claiming the rig(if to proniote eini^":ition to Kaiisas n~ private-iiK.lividuals. buidi-ejaimingany Si-i!c attempt at armed jnterveution4ii the'affii rof K:in,^is. Conui'-iitCecV were appointed.' U. colleeTFunds',¦&.;•. 'V •'• " -| ',;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

'> "-SfOTriCE.". „ "=.| •'! ['!- Min p. Sekk will '.commence ber third terltiJof ¦ School oh Monday the ii-lth irt?!., in the room former; , , ly-occupietlby her in Bioomep-IIa'll: > ' \ Montrose, .Mai-ch IS, 1i?-C6:. - ! . •' !. ' , ¦ . . :. ,. ¦ ¦ ¦• ¦ ' : : ¦ !¦ ¦ ' . • . .:¦ NOTICE; _ : '.-!'. ' Rev. A. 0.. Warren will, preach.in the IJniversalift Church, Montrose, next Pundayi Sahject in the J'. M., "Life iii the midUlaofthc stream aud risk iUM , '. -\ .; '.. ' :iV*TI€S*: .,' ' " I Tlie School Directors of -Bri-'lgcwater Distrirt jwilj. meet in Montrose oh Saturday, April Sth, at I o'clock, p.m. ' Per order-of the Board, j • ' !' C. J. Curtis, Sec'y. ! -:._.;;'' '" "WOTicEr" I " "._.'!'. We,: wboje names are heieuhtosiibscrilifd, befievr ing thijt a," Fair" to bo held inoutlily, for) the benelit of those wishing to buy or aril Stock, might l>e niude a great convenience to such persons, do .agree to use \ our iiffluenc'c and contribute, to sneh'cnterpr.ise...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

¦ }¦ r- " MASRIE0. - In I>oiiox; on Saturdav, Marcli 1st, at the.residence of the! bride s'titharl by Eld. B. Towcr^ Mr. Damw. J PKLi.\M,%f Abington, Liaerneco.i'to Mij» Mary K. j'PKItRtRpIV •.,'.' ¦ . ..! ' " [¦* At (lie" Bi-viwt House; Grciit'iBenff, February its'. • j liy Bev A. 0. Warren, 'Mr. .I.\\ik3 O.-Case to Miw ! B.H00A A. WiLMARTlI,'all.of'ii^;ilrt}ttomj i rr^^7^\iy^f'^^?^^ ' i^ I iKXTON'S VKfiETABLE tlEALIX'' BALSAM,'-, J u lii-t i'att> article for eoii^Iis-iiml colds just received and for sale by. liEN'TLEY ii B£AD. . Montrose, Miireh \% 1§:.i">. ! \ - > "_ ,;_ l , . iit. ,__ - ^'SiwsSislstiiiiis* -¦ '..•: - JLiKle & Oasirdins - '•& RE now reeui.ting.!tIarge|stock"of' K-ew Goods ¦ ¦ £& fur tli» Spring trade, aiid.aotu'UUtaiiding the - present high pi ices of many articles, are'bound to ¦ sell- th'woi clnmp, to uwkei-oo^i for their Sumnicr stock, which will he! on hand ii| alrouf-.i'-p'ioimtlw..'' TI10 peopl* any that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

SOAP MMFACTORY* THE subscrilvr keeps -constantly bii hand for sale at his establishment:"! Montrose,-, the best quaU ity ol SOFT SOAP, manufactured from the lye of Wood ashes and grease, in the old fashioned way, and not-bv ariv patent process. - •• _ For those that furnish th>grease, he manufactures the snap for£1.50 a barrel. Warranted in all case? to be a eood article, or the Soap may bo returned and the money refunded. . i j -.__" . PRICES. Per barrel .... A.: -..'.....-, \.......:. .Ufiti-. HalfBarrcl .: _. ." 2,50 Gallon,'.....• • -.-•/?; - ?a • Wholesale dealers will be furnished—if delivered at the Ashcry in Montrose—at the rate pf ten barrels for*45, or at! Scninton af ten barrels for $50. . ' "¦! I JOHN'HENRY WARES. Montrose, March 17, j856. ' r . 10vl 1 M NOTICE. -,' PJTBLfO t^oticc is h6reby given that S. A. WOODRUFF is receiving a nov lot of. Stoves and Wares of all .kinds usually kept in the Stove and Tinware line of business, among which may be found a bett...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

SHERIFFS SALES. 1>Y virtue of pimdry writs issued out of. the Court > of Conm-iop Pleas of ^usquebanna'cbunty. and to-, me directed,-jl will expose to sale by public' vendue, at the CoUrtHouse in Montrose, on Saturday the 5th day of April next, n't one o'clock >. m., the following described pieces or parcels of land, to wit: All that certain.piece or parcel of land situate and being in the township-of Apolacon, in Susquehanna County, bonndetj and described! as follows, to wit:— Beginning oii thje Milford & Owego Turnpike road at a cherry tree, a-jcoriier of a lot o? land h^ncrlv surveyed for DavidjClements; thence south S" de>gi-ees west 100,pcrchesjo a corner; thence south 5:f degrees cjiSt SOperel'es lo a beech cdmer; thence nc ^ rth R„7 degrees east 80 perches to- a post by the lurnpiko; -thence along the same the following cburs"' cs and distance)?, to witi North CO degrees," west 45 perches, north 31 degrees, west' 30 perches, iiorth 12 per...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

SMITH, F<toDIUM & €0., -j, ¦'¦':_;i Cabinet ITInkeiS " ! j TAKE pleasure in oRerin'g to their customei-s, in addition to their usual large stock of eAintsKT Wohk, the-largest and best assortment of CAKE, FLA O, AXD WOOD SEA T CIIA IRS over offered for sale In Susquehanna county, alt of wbidtj were mamifactUL-j-d expressly to their ord>r, and.they!can warrant thqm to be a superior article. Call at!'their Ware-mpmi, foot of ^Mainc street ^ and examine i for Tourselves.! • ' , w. w. sjirrii; ! • v i E. c. rOUlHIAM. Montrosoy Feb. 27, 5G.] a. smith, jb. ' FIRST AWD-I.AST CALL ALL indebted tb R. Thayer & Co., Thayer A; Cfan-. dall, <ir R-. Thayer individually, will pleasj; take this kind admonition that wc are in want of puf dues and musfhavo those olrf accounts settled up. ISiow, if you call and settle with us, and pay us when you can, we-wifl be satisfied. Otherwise we shall boiundcr the neciessity of leaving our books with a Justice of the Peace ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

H4YBII 8R0fH1BS, Sew lailford, JPa > TVTOtJI.D call the attention ofCouptry.MerchaiU v> > ahd Peddlerl to' k!-.eir stock of Yankee No-_ tions, Jewelry, Watches, jGerman Silver, and Plalel* Ware, and a general assortment of Fancy Gtiods. Our Slock being fresh-from Importers and Manufacturers once a month, will enablri us to give pur cnstomei-s Xew Goods and New Styles, -at all timei. MERCHANTS AXD POPLARS will find a stocicof Goods suitable9 to their jt3<felat Xew York Jobbing Prices Our goods-are b(5ught\of Manufacturers and Importers direct}.; .1 N. B. Cash paid for Furs. ' ' i WM.| JIAYBEN. ''•' JOBSTIAYBEX, s TRACY HAYDEN. GEO^HAYDEN. New Milford, IV, Jan. Jst, lsf>5. \ SOU RHYMES rtlt THE TIMES. OXCE more a hyight now venr. With its blessings and hs chaer, . We have gladly welcomed,here.-Now, as your, plans you fix, And aa earnestly you mix In the scenes of fiftv six—- ¦ ' }¦ '¦' Pray give yourselves the pleasnre, , A.t your earliest hour o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 March 1856

WW" War-wltb\6iSc Britain 1.-r j^HE Central American question is not yet settled, X bat G VlTEXBfiRU, ROSENS A l/Md- CO. are finally settled 14their flow.gtoieihj the East end of the New .Brisk Blocks where soldiers who intend to enlist for the war can be supplied with regimentals and alii sorts of Clothing, and those who desire to Uke their wives with them, can also be supplied with the be,st of materials for ladies'wear, froin a Stocking np to a Bonnet, either W soldier or citizen style. Knowing the citwens'of Sasquebanmicountv to bo, brare and patriptic, wi are ..sure thev intend" to bef prepared for the comfng struggle, and therefore advise thctn to call on us and examine our: extensive stock, which we are assured 'we caii. sell' as low as any other firm this side of New York *ity. -.'."'' " Our stock, which we'have' very lately purchased and with great care selected, comprises a full assortment of : 1 LADIES' WEAR, /such as Shawls, from $1 up to £30 i, Dress Good> Jfro...

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