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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

.:rrEMsi':" A;-- I —W. IL Seward was, on Tuesday last re-<e ieeted U. S: Senator from New York| he receiving 87 .votes—a majority plj'lT-overjall others. -—A mine of tin ore, which promises to be. i extensive and valuable, has been liscqvered in Paulding county,^Georg|a. ¦" —The Key. Mr. Good\wB, the EjnpV Noth- • ing candidate, was on ^Tuesday "last elected State Senator of*New York, in the XXIX Dis- . triet, former'y represented by Gov. Clark. —A bill is befiire the Pennsylvania Legist latiire to abolish] tli_e Canal. Boar4, and" the probabilities are that it will pass, both Hous-.. es by decisive majoritie5'. " -!*.-¦ —A petition was recently presented to our-State Legislature,; from citizens <|f CoudersT port,jPptter county, to increase, their taxes-Queer fellows out there. ( ; —The Ivnow-Nothings of NewjHaihpshrrc liave nominated Ralph Metcalf, of Newport for Governor of that'State. He -.ha? former- -' ly belonged to the old Jin.e'Democracy, but , more rec...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

-• NOTICES. ' **—.— -)' CSTRcv. A. O. WarrcH will preach in Ne-rMiFford tho3d Sundav in February (18th) instead ofthe .fourth.. - ; "; - ',* .-, ,.... !,_. ] - -., \-_ [ . -gr I expect to bo at Great Be-td on Friday, Feb. 10, and should like to meet the teachers at some con-, vonient place in tho evening.. Oh Saturday .evenings Feb.-It, I.wiU moot tho teachers of Harmony &c at Laneshoro. AH persons.-who fecljan intorost are respectfully solicited to Attend. I have obtained a quantity of Blank Reports for teacher*. They wertf furnished to me at two icents apiece. Teachers caa have thero at the name price.. --•: WILLARD RICHARDSOX, Co. Sapisrintendont. " : . -- '¦ -/.I. r -¦¦¦¦— •* E*g"0n aceount of the inclemency ofthe Weather, The Susquehanna Co. Teacher's Association, adjourned to meet in Jackson <in Saturday, February 10, »« 10 o*clock, a. m. An attendance |of all tho tnorat^i*" is desired, for the annual cleettonf of officers.- Bcav luiions will be onered ;on the...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

_¦•';•.'!'¦ - nrdTicBlT"-. ¦'.¦¦, •"" . ¦ THE annual meeting fbr the; election of afficers for the Lackawanna Railroad Company »1» be held at the house of Vfm'.\Vf,; Rronson in «h>-clty « Carbondalel-on Tuesday, Marcht8tb,1856j>-;; By order? ; D. W. jtATHROP.'Secy. Carbondsde^ Fcbniary 1,1865] ¦;_ "**, • ' • •'' '. ¦ '(. \. '

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

_^**Our readers will find this paper i communication from our correspondent,' Cayenne,' explaining his remarks; made a short tixBfi siaoe on the position* of Mr. Grow, in 1848. . It will be seen that Cayenne affirms that it-was at. the so-called Democratic .parly, and not at Mr. Grow that his blow was aimed, and as he is abundantly able to c efend himself from misrepresentation, we shall let him do so, and leave our readers to jud je of the merits of the case for thcmsel ves. Vre are not disposed, at this time, to enter it to any controversy upon the subject, neither do we feel oursetyes called upon to find faijt witii Mr. Grb-»| for the course pursued by h m iii t648. Since the passage of tlie Fugitive Slave Law, and the attempts to extend Slavery into new Territories, new issues halve come before the people, anct a great portion ofthe North have become! better acquainted with the term " Popular Sovereignty," than they were at that time. Wc repeat it, it 4us not our purpose to ma...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

THE INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN FTIRV THCKSDAT M0RSIS0, AT JIOSTKOSI, rcBUfnw'. ^ -jij^,'pKnjisscii, isioviscs.' Bates ol Advertising*. - ¦ ,,-iiv (16 linos or less) one week,....»;. .$0,50 °"'mm> " ¦ Wweoks ...0,75 'f'nnrc : "' three weeks,......1,00 ^ lave ,- - • one month,.......,!1,25 n„c'square "' two months 2,25 Oae-iquarc. i " three months,... ..8,00 JOneisquarc' : ' " , *=« raonths, .5,00 One square'.:."- • ! ""<= year, ........ 8,00 for two or more square?, inserted by the year, » "eiluctioh IT-oiii the above prices is made. Yearly «<*- Tcrtisers will have \he privilege of altering or ^S* ing their.advertisements witSout additionalc?T__^* ed Business'-c^yd*. not-exceeding'five'¦"¦«*» at'^jOP-pcrannuui. ¦ . - ¦ ' ¦ • . Job WorK- \ ^ ThisoflleejissuppUe^..."^^^ !^^$&^7**^™* ly, and nro'niiitlv. ¦ ¦ *n miamm ^^mm— •^m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

: llc^ C^bei-fetyeote,-. -?^"~~'-["!^Tfw woods! ~ I-' __ WE ntv receiving ih'is week a lot of New Goods, just riurehascd iwUio city, which renders our assortment complete, and which w<? ofler on the most/ai orable trrjs. at the Hew huiUfcig, one'door above thc.Post Office. ^ BENTLEYA READ. Montrose, February 8,. 1855. . " ___EvOl.E Peatlier, Upper (io^CaifSkihs, and iPatna, !• Kilis—a-new supply, just received and fpr sale h?"- BENTLEY &REIAD. ¦ jfTT^h supnlv of- Silver Spoons, Watches, Jewelry, ¦ic.' ke., just feeeivHl. BENTLEY & RFJAD. _' " i " ] "VEWGOODS. SPLENDID Prints aud Ladies' Broadcloth,-B;lanes, &c "&e!, Ijust opened and for sale by ~ j j J. LYON'S & soy. ; ' ""r[J Axes CHEAP at our Store. J. LYOXS A SOX. [Montrose, February T, 1855. ' ; : --.-'. .Administration IVdtlcc. r-a.-^pTlt'K is hereby given thatjlcttcrsof adm'histra-^\ tio:i upon the. estate of _David X. Lewis late of He'rriek township deceased, have been grant:d ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

BtCIIPTS MB KMiaWIWHS 0 SISQHIA1IA IIQ1TY, !I.'': :?]• ^^Tio^iiiif ®f Made aac\ Ipiiblished in ptirstlanco of an Act of jAascmbl-f of 15tK*April, A. D. 1834. ' ?¦ c6UNTrOFSUS4ti%BANNA. Balance of Collector.' AcconnU for 1843, 18M, and 1M4. ^i,~K**^r>TrTPo*wnshtos^'~^np6oii^^ TlVc'uieTA^rdneTYiir n Alir? " Auburn 1^7 '\\ 182^7 1848 S'R^berts %\ do. 26,59 \ J2.12 6^3 17J4 1853 L' A. Townsehd! Brooklyn ' 33,39 .115,54 17,85 B L. Ganfield ii- -MiddletovAi 19,04 12,86 5,50 10,88-N H. RoberWI Aubiirn ; 653,03 P0953 17,00 26,80 1854 W. Boffum ! Apolacon 273,78 252,52 7,97 13,29 Samil'Wiinainir. Ararat 156,99 'M&.15 .3,15 7,69 D. H.O>on Bridgewatcr 1,111,65 1,040,24 15,83 55,58 A.E.Tewksbury Brooklyn ] 536,43 506,84 2,92 26,67 A. Burnea- *¦ Cliflord 685,04 -300,00 19,60 .33,31 332,13 B. Clark : Choconut .362^8 8r42;23 2,87 17,48 CM.Tingley! Dimoclt 561,51 527,88 r5,85 27,78 J. B. Slowim -i Dundaff 175,82 110,00 65,82 B. Sherer j] Forest Lake 396,10 372,30 4,21 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

T.m > - , , ¦ c: ' — _ - l.'.'f ' All Ilight1 Again. Ill'- , '¦¦.: \ (DOTS St SHOES, READY MADE AND MADE ] 5 Ji TO ORDER. |ji. ¦ I^tlE suh.«criher would respectfully announce to his . ;cu»tomcrs and the public in general] that he is igaili prepared for the Boot and ShoejHusiness.— «ving:j[ust received from New York a ehoite lot'ol Jble aud Upper Leather, Calf Skins, KidlRkins, Ac, ill oak-ianned. Also, an a.-isortmcnt of Ketidy-niade itork, consLsting in part of Men's Thieii and Calf Boots, Boys Boots, Children's Strap BooUy Women's Bnatnclcd" Tnion Boots, Polkas, Kid Bjukktns, Silk Usting.Fox Gaiters, Goat Lace Boots, Ei ihicled Peggeili.Boiits, Misses Kid Lace Boots, Cliil^ren's Roan Boot», Ac. *c.—which will be sold for cash cheaper than can be bought elsewhere in ttiU nferlict. Repairing done neatly. J'i. ¦' ;i Please call andexamine. Store first jdpdr cast of the!Qdd FeUows Hall . jit"'. !-' fiusinctt hours from " the time to •vork" until the jhnje for "rest" and "refr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

, jTIlfelW:I>EPEXpEkT. j" ' The Largest Religious Paper in tlie W yrld. Edifed by Pastors of Qongregat onal Churche* in New- YbrK and Vicihty. Among the . contributors to hs Columns are. Rev,! Henrv-Wiird Beecher.Uev. Georgn B- Cheexler, D.j D., MrJ Charles L. Brace, Mrs. Harriet Beecherj Stowe, f' Minijie Myrtle," and many other celebrated r writers.1 ; !' , ¦ , , Correspondents f-oni all Kectiousof the "Pnionj; from; England, iFrance, Gcrmaiiy, Swilzei landj Ital r, and[ the Holy!I^-iutl, contribute to enrich the coliripns ofi this journal. ,i . ' . -. In addition jt'6 its being the largest, it; is' abo the; cheapest rclif-ious paper in the woild ;i and beings pubUshbd.k-olely with the view of advancing thi'ejiusci of religious trull} it is solil at the cost price. Ijts'pro-; prietors arc entirely independent nf the!paper as a means of support, ("being engaged in mercantile busi-; ness) ahd are- determined to spare no! expanse ic make ii -unsurpassed either in the variety...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

|, Jtaluable farm fob sale. nhllHE subscriber offers foriSale tho valuable Farm A and Hotel recently owned^nd occupied" by Calvin Summers, deceased, and long known, as tho" '! I *'SUMifERS PLACE." ' iBaid Farm is shtiatcd in tho township of New MilfoM. Susquehamia -county, .Pa., directly on the line of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Raihoad, four miles froni its junction with thc'KewYorkA Erie at Great Bern!, and H miles from the Depot at Njftw Milfortl. It contains about 240 acres^—180 acres iipprovcd, (50 acres* woodland. It is well watered, has a lasting, stream running through, and a ncverfailing supply of water convoyed, in lead pipes to the house, barns, and cattlc-yarils. It is well fenced and ' under good cultivation, is well adapted tograin growing, and is" peculiarly fitted for-growing stock or for dairy purposes. It has upon it the-large and convenient dwelling now occupied as a Hotel; two orchards of choice fruit trees ;two large hprse. and carriage barns; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

WATCHES^EWElRY, SILVERS^uOribf " -..!¦•- ,--.' A;,c«-a%c« -aVBiry --•«;-¦;. ???. '.-..,- . GOLD and Silver Patent Lever, Anchor and Lapine Watches, just received and for sale by . ','--:, BENTLEY A READ. ~" ~ Jewelry, Jewelry. | A GOOD assortment oi Jewelry, consisting;'of Ear Rings, Ear Drops; Breast Piris, Finger Rings, tc. Ac., justrecetved at BENTLEY A READ'g. ^ ¦¦'.-¦ Silver Spoona.N I : "" Tea, Table, Deaicrt, Sugar, Salt, *c., warranted mir*, for sale by - ' BENTLEY A READ. .Boots an* Shoe**. | - V An unusually good assortment of the best make, aS fresh and perfect for sale by BENTLEY |A REAP. Driiga and iWedleinea. . A fresh stock genuine Drugs and Medicines, Patent '. Medicines, Paints. Oils, Dve-stufls, Ac. for sale by.. Dec. IS,] ¦'••-• BENTLEY!*READ. , ' ¦ SoTTCT? * ¦' I ' "^ WHEREAS my wife Sophia Is separated frooj my bed and board, and boa her share of aM - property, This, is to forbid all persons -trusting her ¦'¦' on mv account, as I will hereafter pay no; debts o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

" « < ¦ - , "'-is--.. , . ^ 111 i _ - . , . ,'- ¦ :- "I '•''•' ¦¦\- Xjs;tl^3r>l>,»|Stoa^o-.! j !i; EAST SIDE OF PUBUC a|eNUE| JT\VO Dt)0RS FRO^I i^OSTS SfTORE . i X\T here we shall be glad to see;sail onr old customers^ and bo happy to wait oa all j 5* V: those who will give us a call, feeliljgconfident that from pur large stock and extensive ; assortment of Igiiodi, wb can suit all those who will call slid examine them. :•-[ ' • ., "; • [ jJ.yp.'jr.RaKr, I "'Aim ' ?! ! A. LATHROP. ' ;:-0.»D. Larnnor, J l;iv - . . i . ;. i\ \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

AH AFPEAli lb AH3EEICAH W0MEH. jfje E^^ J^^^ ^^ g^g^l^^' MOTHERS, tVAPOHTEhS, SISTERS, BEAD, RKrLECT ¦\ :¦¦'' - - . *AXD ACT. -..-.. The following artlcie.from tho Bostou Trap' script is thought to present, in soderfaiigtn the real cause ofthe pecuniary difficulfies^n-:der which the country baa been- so King sutler, inc. that it has been, reprinted for f&Mjnl circulation in-various forms. The remedy-lies in a general system of re'renchvient, and i-specia!ly, in the eneoiir-*{-einent «f homeJ-manufactures If ench individual will determine to do his. or her duty in the--Jtemises, relief, permanent relief, and an avoidance of future evil, may be safely promised! But no tuereljy temporary check to importations will answer the purpose.* The victim of gluttony or jintenipcrancc must maintain habitual caution, if he would (recover strength of frame and vigor of ' limb. .Editors of papers are earnestly re? quested to copy this appeal, and all trjie patriots arc enjoined to p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

. '{ ^The^oatracker. Tlie Latin pame' for Goatsucker, the bird sometimes called the Night-hawk, is Caprimulgus, and .Ithcy are among the Passeres what theiowl-i are[anr.ong the birds of prey. These birds lire i very closely related to the Whip-popr-will. IndecJ, 1 regard them as belonging to the same family. They fly at nlglit, or twilight ;:they have soft, loose, thick plumage, which docs not make any noise whpn the birds arevon the wing, and they have'large round eyes and long wings. Their beak openstp such a width that they can takje the largest insects into it, fixing them there with their glutinous-saliva, and when (helnir ctiterl, it makis a humming noise,; like thafc^of a; largo siied spinning-whee}.-:— Their bostrilsfnre like tubes; their great toes turn very; milch forward, and the hail of.tho middle toe is notched like a saw. This is said to be a provisi n 1>y which they are better able] to svize theii-prey; but some persons declare it is to cbmb the bristles,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

>; Lemon Juice for Acute Rheumatism- • The'treatment of acute rheumatism "with lemon jsjiccj a4 rcc-ommetidcd in thqj Scientific Jftnericdn moi'c than a year ago, having been succjesslully; pi-acticcd in .Europe^ has been tried hete and: found to be a very effectual remedy.! ,Dri TJ.--D.-Lee, of this rcity< has communicated! his' experience to 'the New \ \ wk Journal] of Medicine. ITc "cites ' Uvo cases, oho a hihlc aud the other a female, Who hadj betnj subject to severe rheumatism, fttr a nun-.hcr of years, and who were often i troubled .withjacutc pains, severe swelling,! it"d eoul 1 find ho effectual remedy.! .He gave] the lemon juice !from froh lemons, iiKjuaiirj jjijLtcs of a tabic! spoonful to twice the qinuitity of cold water, with a liltle sugar, every hour. The:effect of lbiriou juice was ¦ ilmbst i:wtansaneous;i iii f.cii days the wor.-t case was cured; jpd iji seven.tlie other w;a's ableito go out, and there wash flexibility of the joints ofthe {¦tire...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

\rb£;Mvw£~nmt6s& iri% *>^ A '/;'•': ;.",l'' FAJOI.Y T»OYSIC.f'' "Hi i •¦!,, t'.*;i ¦ . ' i fT^atae'nas long existed a publicdemaiid for "an ef' Xfectivje pii'Tgativcpin which eo'iiW bd relied oi as sure and perfijct in Tits 'operation, j This has bqen prepared to meet t"re<d»inand,*;shd:an dxtenilve- ^ri al-Wf Its virtues haa cdnclujjjCly nhown w}. rhf»»hatft>uccess it ac^omp;li!'hea the purposes dtViSned. j Jt fa easy, to mafce a peyaical'pill, but.not easy td.^iuake.ibe best of all/)i»»-^-oftoyoicoshoiild-liave rtohe of tbo olijection-i, but all of tbeadvanhifceri of every other.-— This 1ms bcen!attcroptcd,here^an.dn»'ith whataufieps Ve wou"il}respectfullv submit t« the; public decision. It lias .bwhvofortubato for tho patient Uiiherto that almost evjerv jiurga'ti-re medicine ti aermbnions a id irritatiiig to'thb bowels.-'-' This} is not. Many of tWm produciTO'inucli griping pain and] revulsion ini. Uic sv«tem aS.to uiord thin Coiintorbahiice the goo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

;... -'S-USINESS ,C4llI>S.r,,,-^ ¦ . ': A'l ' "^eVWedri.! '- ¦"¦'¦•^¦ ^\ OADJjLE, HARXESS. TRUNK MAKER and Car-K? riagc Trimmer^ Shop at 'his j dwelling houses nearly opposite Henry prinker's, j ^t A. & E. Baldwiii, M ' AXUFACTCRERS OF SADDLES, HARHESS, Trunlcs, Whips, ic, in the Basement of Searie's Hotel, Montrose, Pa. 1 • '- C. H. Sunmoiu,: TTJOOt AND SHOE MAKER. Shop first door east Xj of Odd Fellows' Hall, Turnpike St., -Montrose. '.——; u W. Singleton; ' . CAN; hbW be found at his new stand on Owcgo st. two doors west of Searle's Hotel, where he effectually repairs with dispatch, Wa"tches, Clocks, Jewclrv, tijikns, and every descriptionjof Machinery. Wheclcutlling; Gpn and Watch materials ^ supplied to. the trade. 1 ! ; Dr. H. Smith, SURQEOK DENTIST, Montrose, Pa., at Searle's Hotelf Mondays and Tuesday p. of each week. I j Henry S. Knapp, , M0XTR0SE, PA., witli Rote, Woodruff d- Carter, Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants, Ko. 173 Washington street, bet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

[,:.{ [I X . Ji- , Jjs^-i j T1?f M<n'W r.¥TBfflE1lr*|lUl<aiM<itr jDjiOlf JHtre just achlev*id*-Blghil*tiriunipl|r!Oh the Ji,,bluets fi*'d.«rf-PeaceH.w^!F^6m for jfOifr tratchWra aha the "terror oTKliigtHifor your baitle'ate, vou hsve.wrought »rpr<?luttoi f*hlcb<;i« tbp>0|d iVorld would have shaken' bfif tlittrowp, *T riot the head of every despot,in(I buried htt) beneath tates-miMicred ruins of his dwn\throDe. .^ii^.wj* ii^d'.lyoiir high rejoicings and tI»jubilailt|-bouts,ei| vj'efbry ad every hand,! beseech .you forget pot those limbic companions who clung to your standards In tji'ijdi.ys'iof your adversity and defeat, and |whoj.are WM) you now in prosperity and sutwf-s, ispecially y«nr; old; patriotic friend! Tas DRSttst, [,iT ., r "vy;hb tm['thd suiinv heights of Cir famed Mpntavne, - Ifasmetybur deadliest enemyand won the yietbrytoo. Eiiireneljed within his gates'of pearl upon ibis ebon ¦ \.;j;.;' thrones, - - \ i \, . Me wear? a crown...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

|":*H-id VES AXD HOSIER Y—Ladies wi Gents VJT white and.colored Kid Gloves ofthe best o,nall-. ty warranted, ii! large assortment of all kinds of blue, browp.and slate hose, and J, hose genfc§;!and ladies, cotton, Lisle thread, Berliii and silk GloVes,- Hlack ahd colors; a large- rssortment of black i«flk and lace Mitts, long and Short. j- , POST&CO'S. BOOTS AND OTpES^Xew .'fine Boots.' Coarse Boots, Ladies fine Gaiters, Bootees and Buskins, a full assortment of Cheap-,Shoes,,Children* ^nd Misses'Shoes and Bootees, Ladies fine silk-linen Slippers, at. "' :"" L L. P. & Co's,: WHITE GOODS—All styles and qualities; bleached Shirtings, Pillow Cotton, Jac. and Cambric Muslins Swiss arid Book Mhslins, Barred Muslins, Bishops and Victoria Lawns, Ac, figured and dott. Swiss Muslins at *. i .' P-lfcCo's.' S ^ IIINGLESAXD GRINDSTOXES at _.'•'¦' I.E. POST t.Cto'S ^ '. (N ROCERIES—of the best and cheapest kind. A !T- t of Sugars surprisinglv cheap at I. L, POST kc< . ; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

'•'', New York City H ' :' _- .IJfSfJBAIfCE COmPAJIY. - B OFFICE 9 WALL STREET. J ¦ CAPITAL, IX CASH AXD APPROVED; SBCClI. I TIES, 8500,000. Insures against Loss or :J)amage by Firt, I directors. j ¦'"• • I A. Q. Stebbins, l{tS Broad-street; PetCrlCi Baker I 1 Spruce Street; Gi'ard Banckcr, Hi* Broadway' I Thomas -Andrews, 186 Cedar street; Samucf Q. I Southmayd, 37"; West street; Albert L. Conklin 810 i. I Greenwich steet; James A. Crosby, 113 Broadway; .-'• I Cha's. Lent, Kingsliridge, X. Y.;' Lambert C. HalL I Chicago, III.; f Sinith Hobbie, Rochester, X! Y.; 1 ¦ William W. Leland S'ew York; Peter R. Roach, 188 | ¦ Bank street; Staajpf S. Bell, conier West and Laighi i 9 streets f'John L. Been, 7JS Water, street; D. Via | .9 W'ait, '118 ' Broadway;' Horatio N. Galbip, 'corner i I \Vest.and Barrow streets; Peter H. Foster, corner H GansevOort and Welt; Reuben Ross Jr., 48 Eighii \ 9 Avenue; Stephen Cfomweil,' Uamden, N. ¦ Y.; Atbk I WadlCigh, PhUadelpbia; Dextar.B. Brittam, 4? W...

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