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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

State Officers of the Common Schools: ¦ : A brief visit to Harrisburg, a few dayssgr> made us personally acquainted, for | the fir^^ 'time, \jith the State'.Sup(?rintendc]jit. ' T^e *'" result is a belief that Che cojipinoti school sys-' tern is in good hands. ; ' --Col. Curlin. has been^ for; many years,"an. active and effective Director oflCommon Schools of Bellefonte, when he resided. In \ that capacity-it was our good fortune-to correspond with him and to learn his devotion to . the school interest. , This is a good beginning which a personal interview'induces ithe belief ' will .lead, tp a good ending.. •; - .-'. Mr. Ilickok seems' to be clear minded. . energetic and devoted to the ^ork before him. Good service in the goo<f cause, may be cxpcefe^ from him. We hope to chronicle muchprogrcss in the system during the coming three yea^s. The new officers take charge of it at a most inter- 'i esting and important junctu-re." If .they content themselves, a-i we ha...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

F0BE1GHNEWS. ^^fc^tehmship Atlantic reached New York fjebisuary 9th, from Liverpool, bringing nfiW3 frt|te~]Bi|rope one week later. The]Quecn0f S^iniaMs dead. Lord; John Russell has re. ^'^<i-S''P05t- ;'a?.,o*<J*r. ?f- the ministerial paffir q| the House of Commons] and the dpilK^ieemcd to prevail that the [ministry gvjgl&p out. ,' Affairs before Sebastopol are unchanged. The British nririy is in a wrctchY ed TOnditicm from mismanagement. The Swedish army is immediately to be placed on a war footing. Numerous.failures are reported in Liverpool, but the amounts vyere exaggerated. Accounts fronr various parts of Spain indicate an approaching Carlist insurrection. 'Chinese advices to December. 12th ' report that political affairs *in tliej south of ,Chhm ^re'citidfe; critical tlioii ever] Trade was ^onipletely suspended] and the Canton authorities' have officially; applied. Yto the American apd English Consuls for assistance. Considerable!. remf> rc...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

\For the Iieriullicah. Mfjssrs. EiiiTilns—I perceived in" the last Republican, that Some oilc has had a 'dream? upon the [Teacher'* Asso&ation, ind in his interpretation thereof, concludes that there is more ' bogut thai) genuine 1 about !t-- • ;Y ''(¦'¦ '.j-. - '. Wonder if he lias not seen aud( liuown tlmt l>efore 1 In that respect, ire, of the association, claim to be in the adj-ancc. Wje are well aware that there is much l ' bogus* iu the elements of that Society, just-afi there Li in ever)- department of educatibn, in politics, in nicn'tf Sever; profession, in religion. < But we claim, nevcrtjjieless, that it U doing vastly more gooi than none, i The dreainer, it appears, must be prepiircd to render hjl testimony to tliat fact, since it has been instrumental in arousing him from his slumbers. : i ' The conclusion lis; that bis main objection to the association, is based upon the fact, that it is not really n ' mint,y where.the gruuinc gold dollars ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

Tfnow SothlngismiinCongww.!. Y ir "frnm the speech of Hon. & A. Smtlh £x Tte\Zk dcl'^'4 * thi Bouse of flXtalivk^^^-l-.j-Tho remits of l*e late elections in the x- Mir-™ States are well calculated to cause ¦ i We ofthe South to pause- and reflect , ' E entering into bonds with this new sect! .iTjCnow. Nothing Look to the record.r-i j7u v have revolutionized Maine, and sent to. to the Senate of the United States an open, avowed, uncompromising abolitionist in the place of Bradbury, a National Democrat;^- iukI to this House (with but one exception) I hey have returned abolitionists, or^-what aniountsito the same in the North— Whigs-And thexild Bav State— which stood \shmlief to shoulder with the: foremost in the, «"ys that tried .pen's souls; whose sons gaVftaeir time, means and talents to 'h°V«^n??„ ' ^^^^ss^S^ sz ^•l !^7 rh S,tve c<niman«kd there-Ln.tcd S^^of the whole couiitry-T^ fA^ In her recent elec-• ill nien of enlarged and statesmanlike ""«¦* were displac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

.: States; and Territories—38- ¦; Alabtma—Formed out of terfidory ceded to the TJnited;States by South Carolina and Georgia. Admitted into the Union Decern* berljitk 181SL '¦ ;¦; :) • Arkansas—jFormed from territory ^jeded to th^ pnited States by France. Admitted June 115th, 18^; Ca/t|bmta-4-Formcd of Territory ceded byiMeiico. Admitted Sept. 9th, 1850. Carolina, Korth—One of the original thirteen.] JRatined the Constitutionjof the United States November 21st, 1789. A ' Carolina, South—One of the old thirteen. Hatined tlie Constitution ofthe United States MayS^d. 178S. ' './'.%': Conhecticut--One ofthe old thirteen. Ratified! the Constitution, of the United States JniiiWy 9«h, J788. • '\ " V ' Delqwdre—-One of the thirteen. original States.! Ratified the. Constitution of the United Stages] December 7th, 1787.: y/oA'Ja-r-Foi'med from territory,ceded to the United States by Spain. Admitted March 3d, 18J15| |; Gjeotgta—One' of the origjnal thirteen. Ratine)] the Constitution Of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

i THE INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN. | rcuiisurt). EVicr.v iiicr^s nAT xornino, xi vontbos'i:, . : -' T;A., AT $1,50 TKR AN'SVU, IS ADY.MJCE. , *; Rates of Adrvrtisint;. One Square (1C linos or less) one week,. $0,S0 One square " two weeks, 0,W One square . " three weeks,...... i-l,Qf) One "square ",' one mouth l,i!5 One square *' two mouths,..... .2,^5 One square . " throe month:',.. ...3,00 One Square " six months, 5,00 ^ One square. " one year, 8,^0' For two jor more square?, inserted by the vesica deduction fi-om the ahove ptiees i? made. Yeailv Advertisers will have the privilege of altering or changing thcir-advertispments without addition il ehnrg<;| feijsincss cards, not exceeding five lines, inserted at $2,00 per annum. ,-' -'• . "¦ Job Work. . j This office is supplied with a pood a.« <prtment ?of i Jobbing materials, and all kinds of Job Work, (<uch as Card.-i, Posters, Pamphlet-*, &c, will b< t done neat-Iv and promptly. • 1 ,-i YJ/ejjr ^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

jH' NOTICES. .-'.-j ! :. • -- m ! HJ~Rct. A. O. Warren will preach Jn| New Mil.; ford the 3d Sunday in February (18th) at 10 o'clock,; !&. ii., instead pf the fourth ^ ', ¦' :|9l There will be a meeting of (ho Suiqnehann* Teacher's Association at Harford Unirernity oh Sat* urday, Feb. 24, at 12 o'clock M,. It is expected there "¦will he an evening 8cs.«ion. ; : At the meeting held in Jackson on the 10th inrti the; election of officers was postponed till tin? meeting appointed abovoi - Per Re-u Sec'y. .';'. To the Editors of the Indrpcndeiit Republican: j; Ii Gr.sTLEMES:—Permit us, the subscriber j, through! Jour paper, to express our thanks to the C IBccrs and IDirectors of the Farmers' Union Insurance Company^' for'the prompt and liberal manner in which our loss; .es sustained" by the late fire nt'Montroae have .bceti .adjusted and paid: and wc do recommend!said Com-Jpaiiy to Ihc favorable notice of"all who may have propf prty td uisure. j . * ?- ¦ Their Agent, O. S. Beeb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

:: AdmLBl#tra(ioBl«oU<^. : , [ ' ¦VTOTIUE iahweby given Uul|ett«sof kdinmistt** JLl ,ikm,iupon the estate «r David N/Lswis late of Hcrrick township deceased, nave been! granted the undtjrsJpjcd, and all [persons indebted to will egtate will' plcasic make immediate payment, odd those! having Ckinw will pretent the same duly 14ttvested for JMAUijfacU> T ! HANNAH LEWIS ;; Homck Jan. 27.;iB5* v J- __- -If 1 |-6w6 THE LATEST HE-r7S BY THE 8TEAM-: -Y-i |r - 'BRBABB,-, ¦ fi } ¦['¦ .; THAT ithe Spanish Court has decided jibt to sell the bland of Cuba, out Joseph Wittenberg 4 Brother haviiectlnily decidcfl to open a new sprb, iri the building bf h. Bearlej afew doors east of Post's itor*, Ofip^iteWQson'sdstriUng .house, cornetbfjChtjstnut and Owego streets, where they will keep; oh hand a splendid .assortment pf Ready Mode Clo&mjs; also in ladditltioi) to this, a good assortment of flrdjid Cloth, Cassitnere, Kentuckiy Jeans, *c.; in sbpVt,!*, general assortment ofGend...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

'Stearns and. Marvin's, Firc-Froof •'[ ; ;58afe'»i-' - ¦ f ''I^HE sulwcribers have made arrangements to fur-^L nish| to persons who may lie iu want of tht-ni, the above named invaluable Strfeti at the sams priqes for which th^y can,be obtained utjtho maiuifactunjr's.—- Having experienced the benefit of such an artieje during the late conllagration ourtclvcs, wc wouid earnestly recommcnU.to others having valuable books and papcm, die ]irescrving of iv liic ¦ would be of imjnenae unptffton.ee to tliem, not to do without orie.' f " Prices|range from $50 to. $5 X>, and we can explain to any one wishing to purch isc, the difiercijce in style, size, price, 4C,, and furnish them on short notice, with the internal arrangc^iient to suit the pur chaser. . . ! . i Y BEXTLEY 4 READ, Montrose, December 10, 18i4. '} ; •".'.; --.' PtiaTLtc saxe. V' \. - Will be exposed at Public Sale on the premises of the subscriber, :in New Milford on tiie 15th day of Fubruary nextj at 10 o'clock1 ^. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

!i TAtiffABLE FAK7IFOB SALE. THOS subscriber offer* for safe the valuable Farm and. Hotel recently owned and occupied by Col*, ivin Summers, deceased, and long known as the ] ¦ ..'.;j.4«UMMEfS'PJjACE.,,Y>'...!, Y •: Said Farm is situated in the loivnship of N-jw Milford, Susquehanna -ctiunfy; Fa., j directly on the lino iof the Delaware, Laekavftnina k Western Railroad, four miles from its junction, with the New York * iErie at Great Bend/and IJ- mile^ from the Dtipot at ;New Milford.* It contains about 340acres—180acres improved, 60 acres woodland. j,It is well watered,' j has a lasting stream wnning through, and a.neveN i failing supply of. water conveyed: in lead' pipes to the j house, barns, and cattle-yards. It is well fenced and I under good cultivation, is well adapted to grain growing, and is peculiarly fitted for growing stock or .for idairy purposes. It has upon it the-large and coniivenicnt dwelling now occupied;us a Hotel; two or« chanls of choice fruit trees;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

IWATCH^^EWELRY, SOERSeIoN^ ";c •¦>".'{¦!:"', 'H "-i *««. *c.;*C.V: i-Yt-'Yi L "' fiOLV aiid,Silver Patent LOTcr,'Anch"drl'ana&. \SM pine Watches, just received- and ft* safe W ¦"-; i '•'. -1 .--.". BENTI^YJ4^EA0. '-/ '" .- '. j Jewelry, Jewelry.. ,j.. ., ¦ -*: -\ f A GOOD assortment ot Jewelry, contistingof Ear - A.. Rings, Ear Drops, Breast Pins, Kiigir Rings, 4c; ^c, jiistreccivcd at ' BEKTLEY 4 READ'S. " ." Silver Sjpoon*. j ;].;'.";-''" Tea, .Tablej- Desser t, Sugar, Soft} 4c, warr tnted"p»r«I--forsileby t BEKTLEY 4 ^BAD.-.-i. j-- •; ¦ Boots and ;jB"hoc»i;.-. |--:-, ¦•--•-" ¦" / An unusually good assortment of: the- bestmake, $3f . ' .-Jrest and perfect for sale by BENTLEY M BEAD; _V / y ' ,¦ Druffs afidYlteilLic.tnea.5: ¦,¦.•¦.¦¦¦ ¦/.'/ A fresh stock genuine Drags and Medicines, Potent-. -'' Medicines, Paints, Oils, Bvcrstufls, 4c,ifor side br^.' / , Dfc 13.] " BEKTLEt * IfEAD/Y . ' HOTICE.'' - Y "fYY- /'• •¦-. »Y WHEREAS my wife Sophia Is separated fiW my bed ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

: Independent Order of Good Templara. j; j. FOB* OF APPUCATIOK FOR CHARTER. ; Hie undersigned inhabitants of—j ? believing the Independent Order of Gtmd' Tebiplars well calculated to extend |the blesj sings of Total Abstinence, and promote th^ general welfare of mankind respectfully pei tioa the GRAND LODGE OF THE I. 0, OF G". T. to grant to them a Charter to open!: a new Lodge to be called— ——-Lodger-No—-ofthe I. O. of G. T. to be lijicated uj -~- and under your jurisdicl ion. •¦. \ Y We pledge ourselves, individually and col.: iectively, to be governed by the Riles and' Usages of the Grand Lodge. *; j; Enclosed in the charter Fee, $5. Worfc>- jng Books, $1. Three Degree Bool;3, |2. Y i g^*"Applications to open new Lodges; should be signed by 12 persons, in goxl stand-; ing in the commuhity and sent free of pos-: tage, to S. B. Chase, k D. G. W. p. T. for £usq. Co. Great Bend, Pa. I - _ -J]

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

MIGRATION OF PLANTS. s—^r^ . - - /ftf«#i #'IfeiPireiSiJe.' ¦ '¦ _,¦ From PvtnanC* Monthly. it is the Caucasian races alone who have caused the migrations o( the most important plants from their original home, whcreverthat may be, to the four quarters of the globe.— Europeans have, by degrees, transplanted to their 6wn land all the'characteristic plants of other races. They ha vs. fetjlied the finer fruits, the almond, apricot aW peach, from Persia and Asia Minor; they *nave brought the orange from China, transplanted rice and cotton to the shores ofthe Mediterranean and carried maize and potatoes from America to Europe. But the influence of-these- races iri Changing (he natural distribution of plants is even more evident in the colonics which they have established abroad. These they have endowed not only with fhefr own vegetables, but also with those which' would not flourish in Europe, but might thrive in more favored regions. Thus wc find all European coroplants in eve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

^-.. ¦ .'¦ The Oregon Pei Wc received a snfiall sample of this pea, last sjprjiig. from a friend in Mississippi, where it flourishes well, and/yields ojh poor lands, a very large amount;of fodder! The gentleman who sent us tjiej seed csfcerns. it very, highly, both for food and as a Renovator ofthe soil. Wc planted'our seed fon good soil, wi^h.A southern exposure. Tlie seed came up well, and grew: luxuriantly early in the season.!-They continued gre|n through the drouth, but gave no signs of fru.it or flower. Wc see from the 'Rural New Yorker, that other cultivators have had «n|ilar success.—¦ It will bo a long wjiile, we.think, before Indian ciiirn will find a-rival as anlarticle of fodder. ! ,¦'/,"! .;| w. c. ." Glowing accounts have bi|en published of this hew plant, and.considerable inquiry elicited for further information. £For a southern latitude if. imy-bcjall that js claimed j for it. But hereabouts those who undertake |ts cultivation, we opine*; will be iniikh mista...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

¦ iThe Little Woifd •Hue.' One 'hour lost* in-the ihoigning in lying in bed, will put back! all the business of the day. One hour gained by rising early is worth a month of labor In a yeaij. | One ho|(^ in a.fence will cost ten times as much-as it will tobfbt it at on§e. One unruly aniinalvvill le|ru all others in companyibM tricks, and the Bible says,' One unruly sinner destroys much jgood.' r One drunkard will keep a-family poor and make them misc-riible. - ;| ¦ ' ' One w'ife that iis always jjelling how fine her neighbor dresses, and bijiw.little she can get, will look; pleasariter u she will talk about something jeise. | Ope husband that is pen | ri<ins and lazy, and deprives his- family of I necessary .comforts, such as their-neighbors) enjoy, is" not as dtsirable as he oiight to be. % One good newspaper is ope gold thing in every family. ' ' . I . - Statistics 0E:0i:n A'cE-f-Tlie census of .1850 j-hows us ,4hat Tthe o!d|>st person then livinglin the Unite...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

"¦ a Yikii^ CfiiIlsy : rori Ait.fiiEipurposes oy a <L*' -;iJAM^ if -pinrsic.' j • tptnEEK has-long e justed a public demand for an ef' L.fective purgative pill! Which could bd relied on as sure and perfect in ; its Operation, , This has been prepared to imct the damnnd, and an dxtensive trfal of its virtiiealias conclusively shown wirh whatfuuccess it acqoDjplishesjhepurposesdesi3ncd. It iseasy to make a poysical pill, but not easy to make the best of all pills—ion^ woico should havp none of the objections, but all of the Advantages of every other.—: This has been!attempted!here, and with whatjsucf ess we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It has been v6fortmi|itB for1 the patient hitherto' that almost e^cry pui-gat^V^ medicine is acrmonic us' and irritating to the l>owcls. j This is not.: Many of them produce so much griping pain and revulsion in the system as to liioro tliku counterbalance |the go^lto be derived from them. ¦: These pills produce no i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

''i- '. ¦ -'''VaE^B6T.sW>CKbF- '' ..! SVMMeR/'0001WI''AT-'- ..'-J- lilLPOST&Cq. '¦';. WE nosT'oifef to'the public the most choieo and -SthotAtssTSlTies of Goods, to be bad |ahy wherijln the connfry, and for the very lowest prices, without variation.'•¦*¦¦ I READY MADEQliOTHtm: SUMM1R STYLES. I. L. Post 4 Co. have just . made a large addition to their stock of clothing, consisting how of everything desirabh? fdr the buyer, at such prices'"as ar il sure- to suit. The goods; are made first rate, and we warrant the work to be equal if not superior to any ever before offered in this market. Our:stock comprises' Coats, fine black French Sacks] Frocks and Business.; Tweed, Cassimcre and Jean Sacks and Frocks, also brown antj white Summer plain and twilled. Vksts—White and colored Marsailles, Valcntia, Lasting, figured'Barathea, figured silk and Satin, and every variety," good and cheap. Pasts—Fine black 0assimere, doeskin, col. tweed, Summer stuff, linen drill,' cottonade,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

T Y FEttow CrrizaBmr;- '»'-!' OU have Just achieved a signal triumph. On the jbloadlesa [field of" Peace, with Freedofljfer your'ivatchwonl and the *' terror of Krags" for'fxojur battl^axe::yonifcare wrought arcvohltltm whlcfi [In the Old World *ould hare shaken off the croife,! If not tlie head of j; very despot, and buried him beneath the sfiattejred rnlna of his own. throne.,- Andlniw amid lyout high! rejoicings aad the jubflant shoiits[oi victory oneyerv hand,! beseech yon forget not thtee htnnbfc ewnpftnKBui who clung to your Standards Jin the days of your adversity aiid defeat, and wh^ ;£e with! you now >tn prosperity and success, especially your eld pabiotic friend Tuc Dxumut, . |j. Who on tlie auiiny heights of Tar lamed Monuvocj Has net your deadliest enemy and won the victor^ tbo. Entrenched within his gates of papA upon hisfieboa .. t f^thueinea,!]1 -.- ' .' -V ¦ . ¦• ^t .p-i He weana trpfn of aching nerves, and speakcinhu ¦ : H man.griijins, -, . .'[•) -f , . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

JBTJSIl^ESS CARDS. " '' '¦ Caleb Weeks. SADDLE, HARNESS, TRUNK MAKER and Carriage Trimmer.! Shop at his dwelling hone;, nearly opposite Henry Drinker's, ; A. &E. Baldwin, ~~ - . MANUFAOTTRERS OF SADDLES, HAIIXES^ Trunks, Whips, 4c, in the Basement of Searle's Hotel Montrose, Pm C.K tfunmonf, BOOT AXD SHOE MAKER. Shop first door eak of Odd, Fellows' Hall, Turnpike St., Montrose. fT I . W. Singleton ; CAN now be found at his new stand on Owcgo st two doors west of Searle's Hotel, where' ho' ef. fectudlly repairs with dispatch, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Guns, and'every description of Machinery. Wheel'cutung; Gun'and Watch materials suppled to the; trade. ¦" ''. '-'.': I Dri H- Smith, '.'-'" -. SURGEON DENTIST, Montrose, Pa., at Scark's Hotel, Monday^ and Tuesdays of each week. ; Henry S. Knapp, MONTROSE, PA., with Roie, Woodruff d- drier; Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants, No. (173 Washington street, between Courtandt and Dty streets. New York. Miller df Fowler, ATTO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 15 February 1855

YlfifEWSTOBE! HEWiaOODSifY '";' j-:. j: .-| :nf.XEW MILFOIip. \ '.{*'•:' T^nE^ subscriber having leased!the Store :«ol the X; Meisrs. j'ratts, formerly occupied by lifS. Llttle,'in'fends to; locate pei-manently in. New Milfoiil. And-lie would take this method of infonning the inhabj|jints of? New Milford, and; adjacent towrjs:, that he liaSjust returned from New York with ala^ge and splendulistoclii of fresh and-entirely new Gootlsl consisting <$ DRY* GOODS of almost everv conceivable; varjiity, GROCERIES as jow as the lowest! ilardvaref'trriiekefty, Boots i/nd Shoes, Hats and' Caps, Bonnets'o( every style, 4c. 4t'^ which he offers for sale oh! the most reasonable terms, for cash, emmtry pi^jducbj or reliable credit. lie-would also sayi iii this coimectwn, that he has added to the establishment, thd;. nj^nufac^uring of Ttn, Sheet-iron,^and ! fi$ppcr icaf.e \nl' all i|s varieties, in which he is ,prepWcd\ to cxojcufejall kinds of jobs, by thevery best.wMkmen and; on; the, nj...

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