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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

IEDIAN FABMIMG tS 1620 The com plant was unkndwnltill the discovery of- America, where the fiiigrim fathers foiind it extensively 'grown'by tpe Indians.— Indeed; if it had not'been, they would] have suffered far rhjore' severely ihitnt they did, for food. They! soon learned .jitjs uses, as w«H. as its 'method of cultivation frqm the Indians. It. is I interesting to 1<>o!v back.two and a quarter centuries,.'tp.'-lc$rn ho>v the Indians or rather litjiiaws,-'. raided coi]n—as then the .staple! agrieultunvl prbdtiet. of the country. 4Ve !gather our.iiifoj-matioti from Prof. "Flint's report-to the .Massachusetts Board-.of Agrtcultiir«|| ¦ " ]¦ ' ! Zli'c fartviing j>f the natives, asj well as most iff the'other'hard woj-k of the natives, fell to -the lot of the wonienl assisted sometimes, by oid m.en and- little boys. Their tools were •very imperfect, as ftliey" cotisi^l ed of rud^ hoes lijaGe by tyiugjthe sliouidjir blade of a deer or bear or a large cla...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

gBiiaBaiiiaia BaiaiaagaBiaigr' iiiiiMii.« I ],.'. A SELECT STOCkV . j '-• ¦ ":'1' f piJ3kMfitt' «nkWW-iT"'r,''"i. ¦ ;;;-;:;:|];, t.t^^^QQ,:;AhX%xr \X/ fi ho>- oht tO.$be pttWic.tho most choice anil T* 'the]latbst srvf-KS of GooiU to lle l,ad anv #here'fti?!the country, find for the very lowest"pt ces without th'rhrtlon. if -.-'¦ -",' -,"-"" ¦:-.-: XhEA:DYMADE CLOTHING; ¦- M SUMMSU STYLKS] I. L.,Post & Uo. h»r« ijUBt inad!c] a largeMdition to their stock of clothing, consisting ;now of .cvefvthing desirable for tlie hiiyer at Shch praccs as are mire tO'suit.- The' goods are made first]rute, and wis warrant the work to be e'rj' uiil if not mirierior to may ever before offered in this.tnorkcL, p.iffljlgtock compijises Coats, fine bliickrFrslnch S.vcks,'FMcks and Bujeiness v Tweed, Cassimere and JeanS-ick? and Froeks,: iilso brown' ohd white Stammer plain rand twlllexli ' .Visrs—WJife and' colored Marsailltpj V"alcntia,'liastinR,.lipired Barathea, ffenred-silk aitll Sut...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

! ' FfrritsImpfoTed by ksepiftg Sheep. J I ! , Citizens of w«iol-gro-»ving <3t^t]riet-s, a< i-hrt I ] of Vvn-iiinu'tun I tni]d Fuvcttc Ifontities, are-, - -f.imiiijir ,M.'ith ll.c r.-tpid iin|,]roveii-ici;t. i'f] ' "She<|:]) farms."'Iy sheep.graz] :ir alor.e. It ] lis tlie:l>eiie,f of 'man r whose'Wlj>ui!<>:is h: vc j | been. lijniiiiJ-by-ohscrv':itii>ns aiul experience. 1 j tliatUjy jihiL-ijig-iis liirjic a fluck-]uf shcei) oil- :t i | j-.oor jiirm us] the lipd will tvlstain, in five! - ycursj withoijt ;my tjlhc-r iTie;ui!i, 'the la id will j ¦lie. comparatively rich. W ere^thts fact more ] I generally ktinvn.! it might change the hus- ] ! hiai.-dry of considerable: portions t»f this State, ' . the Ikiids of wlrich are bolter auajjted to wo<*l • growikig, thali grain-growi'.ig, io-ta-y nothing: i (if the; rcinoteiuss froiil! prin]iicci]iuarkets.—' : Tiu: (jiliuwiiig quot.'ttioits from the Transae-:tioiifs:of the'"...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

K .^ . . ' BUSINESS] CARDS. ; X'&^Biiawin, MAXUFACTrRF.RS OF ^ADDLES, IIARXEPi?, Trunks, Whip?, 4c, iirtlje Basement of SearieV Hotel, Montrose, Pa. ¦ /.] . • ,r -! ' ' '' 0. M. Srminons, BOOT AXD'Sll'OF. MAEFiR. Shop first door caal of qdd Fellows' IIull, Tunipike st., Montrose. ~ ~~~ W. Singleton CAX now Tie fotmd at- his. how stand on Owegp st. two doors -\\-c>t of St'aile1!; Hotel, where he effectually repairs with dispatch, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry", Onus, and every diaoription of Machinery. Wheel tutting"; .Gun and Watch materials supi>lied to the trade. •]'!'" it. H- Smitii, SURGEON DEXTIST, Montrose, Pa., at Searlc's Hotel, Mondays and Tuesdays of each wcvkv Henry S. Enapp, M OXTROSE, VS., with Rinr, H'otdruf Id- Car-. tcr. Wholesale Grocers] and Commission Merchants, Xo. 173 Washington! street^ hetween Courtandt and Qey streets, Nw 'iffk. Caleb Weeks. - Q ADDLE,.UARXEiS, TRUXK MAKER and Car-K? riage Trimmer.' Shop jit! his [dwelling house, early oppo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

A" "T '' 'TP'l^'I.0^cifrai2l^r;;"' "V70U have just achieved: a Signal triumpht On. the i-bloodlet'sjv^eW: of Peace, with -Freouora" fcr your watchwoijd'iuidithe 'iterroisof Kings" for your hattlcraxc, you; havewronghi a revolution which in ' tlie Ipld World^irtiiilii'have stjaken off tlie crown; if not ihe head ot tkcij desi>ot,ind buried hfth; benea ;h i the iBhutteriKl .WiVni!;:of las own throne; I And -now j amid' your hlgiiWjolciiigiraiid the jubilant shouts bf j victjiry on e'veifjr liand,l by*eeth you forget riot thoie huntbic compaciqns who clurig to your Standards iu the |dnys of youj-adversity arJA defeat, *nd who arc witll. you now:iti prosperity knd succefts; especially yout- old. patriotic friend Thk'. Dfntist. j- -i•• Who on the suhnyihNidus of %» famed Montavue, ¦ Hasjmet yonr dyadlieiitetiemy liud won the -victory topi retrenched-within,bis g.it*sw pearl upon his ebon \ thronesj;'[,: -!--. - :' !; " J f ¦ 1 He jrears a crefwii ofWhiitg W)rves, and speaks irih...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

^T']- ,>- -]:-¦-¦: -\.-:r.1. ._-;-.-:^ ]-"; -.:.". .'.VA^-' .;,•". -'^^Si.-i-Kii'i IS? i :'. '*"^->*,. ' i •' /V-V.-'v'-;'::'-^'"it'.4^1! ^; .^''^|T^\'-"! '-•j. . ¦.;'?4-rt1"''^^\*-:'-f.»^^^%'^frs%«:. ' \' "j! '' • ''"¦i-i >- ' C ' 'i- *"!—*- £V'*'a*iw. ! ¦ .:.-]: >4^,^^•^^^^*r^^g^i^i ¦ '"'j] J' ¦¦|SaSfess*^i«p^i^-^ ..^:j]t^Yfl ^R#''Pi•|I'4' '•' I tOli ALL.TUS'.PtiUPO.S^sloF.^ ¦;..;• .1; '¦_ "FAmiii«iE»iiirsic. ! FT1iikr!e lias long-existed a-pnliliy d!emaiid'foranef - Iji fettjv^purgative pilliwhieh cv^} W relied on as ' sui]p afnl perfect 'in its'0perat,i3n,i |,This has been J prcpatcii to meet the dgutand, a id, all (Intensive.!tri- I aT^fits viititcslhas conclusively sljmtawirhwhatf^c-j ceffl it ace jrnpliahes the purpos< s deitSned. It is ea-'j sv io niaki a pbysical pill, bnli ot cjjsy to make tho 1 lie-lt o'tlllkuV/a^-ono woicoshotld] hftvc-.non'c of the oliKCtio^is,'but all of the ailvunlsi gets <|f every other.-— Tlils has; been i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 March 1855

• ' -'i^oWii^^lioM' "J • ; -G^EATATf iJA<?EJ0$IJ:,' A. ..".- - Great Rush for the: New Goods at JSalon** ONEPPJCESTOKES;; ¦ '' -^ \ rpHE largest and cheapest stock bf Fancy,- Domes- ^ X. UcindStapleGood* evier brou^t.intciSttsqiw- : \ hamiu county. .One hundred! cases Sfy^ Goods, comprismg in part ais follows: ! - ". ' "' "AA '^" ' /' . Rich Changeable Silks, - Fashionable SHk and Sat. ." i^tripe " j [Bonne*|, " jPlaid ; « French Plmriei; r , - . "j Black . ¦"' 200 pieces Bonnet Bib- ' Glasaa Bonnet "•'¦'. ; [bons, Bonnet Satiruj, . 1<X) pes. Fancy Dressdd. Ail w.ool DeUines, , . yelvet Drew Cuttons; - , Parisian, do '' Fig'id. & colrU Vcltets, Haid de Cosia, jlftv Bav State Shawls, ' Clouded de Berge, Cashmere do '; English Mcrinoes, - Brocha do . . • Parametto's "-,' ., Silk . . - -.-'y,v^,, , '! ': Lyoiiese Cloths, - ¦'¦'.- Glovia. Hosiery, etc. , „ Cobiirys ... ' : Cloths, Cassimcres, '•'. - „"" French chanlilc deReivev. jVestings, "- -:'¦--. Embroidered ...

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

,MY THREE CONVERSATIONS WITH MISS : CHESTER. -^ ..i • Seiqf'IsiJe. ';'"' '\. . From'PvtiuBn'tJfontklgA ; . I • . CHAPTER^ I. ';¦ x . I was at a! parly ;j Avhere,;is none of your business, andimmaterial to the fallowing relation; On iecond thoughts, however, as. localization increases the interest of a narrative, I will!say, at New jYork,-in a Fifthi-Avcnue palace;. ' ¦¦ ," r- ."•'"' i ¦ . ! Perhaps it would be well to say sojnething ii.troductory j iiIkjui myself. I Was tweniy-fivi—betwi-cjn you and me, tar reader^ lvSjii] not so very ji much <ifder;now-^—(all, web-formed, j-trong imd active, both meiitilly and physically, and iiu extensive omnivorous ' reader and >tndeiit. j The: <»nly trait of liny ^ character which has!any special significance, V * relative to the matter in hand is, that 1 have *;•. cunsidiTAblej of thai magnetic power used in throwing !' cciiMlives,* as they are techni cally! termed, into jthe mesmeric, state, although 1 very seldom,...

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

r" 'fortHc A' cpuW'can. V LIHESBYKATE. | \ r mqi^s^] Thoaf*:"lbers may miR of the " beauUWl west," So li'te the unbounded sea,. : ''¦-.]. . • ¦ 0/ its " W">g g'ory," by (ill confessed,. j ' I.t is ii )t the song for n;e. ; | | I know tliat this land is most beauliftJ—. ,,- , . \yhcn Snmtner uplifts lierwaid, . r An iinriiilled coquette, she blushes and smiles, .1 ,' By tK sflken winged z*pbyru$ fanned,'; • Above «^id below,'how expanded her vision, j Wlrilc'jthc heiivcns and earth are soft blending i And Hesperus gleams above •shadows Elynati, As th« night like a qinjen ia descending. Tet these wide .spreading fhades, and ocean-like plains, . AH so glorious, breathe not of health, .j Let we rest in the life-giving goddess' doniains, i T«cro a boon fer more precious tlmn wealth. ; Aye give me to breath 'mpng the cloud-kisaing hills "On m.y own "Susquehanna's side,'.'' ¦ | " Arid ever to drink of her bright gushing-rills, ,'' Where the " witeK " of the west can't abide....

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

GameroaajidtheOldLineDeniocraey. The old Hunkers are trying-to make some capital for themselves j out of'[the fact that "such a man as Cameron was supported b*y a portion of iheir opponent*. If) Caineron is undeserving of confidence and support^as we believe, let us examine the facts, and see if the ' regular Democracy' are fnot flivolved in; the infamy of the attempt tofeleetlhini. !Mr. Maxwell, we suppose, isjto be classed as;a regular Democrat, as he. voted j in Convention uniformly fijr Buckalew, thd regular Piercc-Ncbraska Democratic candidate, aiid ytjtjthis saute ¦ Mr. Maxwell I was| in the, 'American' -caucus and voted yqitli the friends of Cameron for the secret ballot, and undoubtedly turned [the. scale jjy hyjvotein foji'or of Cameron ovtr Cnrtin. | After doing hik appointed work; j in this '' fiiidnight conclave.'—where it appears he gained admit taiice.by fraud—he did not afterwards make even a show of supporting the man b!e helped Ui nominate, but voted thrbugh...

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

ing_tcandidate. * ' " . j- ' I Uow this favorable state oft feeling toward Caiheron was brought about, .whether by j orders from the Slave Power, byjdireet purchase, on "Cameron's part, pr by the influence ofi his paid ' borers,'j (see Laporte's | letter in this paper.) ive an] unable to say. I But the fact is manifest, and confirms, us in our belief that President Pierce's pro-slavery; adininistra) ion has not much choice between; Buckalew and Cameron, who ^ ilike;labored faithfully in favor of the Nebraska bill, and would be the pliant tools of--slavery. CaoieronV letier, pledging himself to Free-Soil: principles, we consider as only, a part of the game; and writ. teh merely to deceive lfre^-Sjiil .men into'his support.- If Bigleti and a Hunker Lcgfslature\ had! been elected, who can doubt that CamWoiV would hayc been just as ready to pledge :himself the other way, pointing to his labors in behalf iof the Xeiiraska bill, and the action of the Dauphin County Democratic Conven...

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

r^-K^^H^Jit-^ - •-"—R: ...1 ,-L " ¦ 't : r- ; «~ ¦ . . ™. Wj would call attention to a notice in another part our paper ;of jt$is week for in meeung t<» be hold ntjthc Cpijrt House next Tuesday evening fotfthci puj-jjose 'of fonninii a Carson League, i j.We understand a suliscripUon for capital Stock subject,to taxation to "defray the-uecepary -expenses of'the League, has beeh unnieniiisly: signed by m-iny of the leading citizens.of the Borough and _. , . - -- '-~.J.j--*^*-ii'r"-^.\ti -i— s *• ¦ " -.-. -: *.~\ Township, who arc expected jto be present to contribute their ifidi.ind influence in the formation of the brder^i Others who have-not yet done so will theri lutve ttti opportunity to subscribe to the stock and become metnl>er.s. An order of this kind has Iteen for »mn months in operation'i»t Great Bend, and its influence lias been widely felt and in the highest degreejsalutary||ns is ^yideoc«,d by the fact that at the last Edl electjiim. upjiii the prohibit...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 March 1855

COBRESPON DENCE. 1—',: i * ¦ .' i ¦ * ¦ .For. lhf[ Jlrpul/ticiiM. . ~ " Tariff lor|iReveime Only.'" At this par:iciila| time,-Jwhen Judge AVil-„ mot's speeches.uj oij the tbiiffare uiubr discussion, and when (|5ingref.4 hits been cinitemplating trie repeal ;bf all -duties on certain classes of miinufiicftired Iri»n, (a project ruinous to the Iron Ma-ferspf Pennsylvania) it will not be inappropriate, to inquire what aetion the Deinocratji;-' party, of'Su-ijiicliMiiiia County ha-? taken tipon libit subject. Now,-when the party'is trying bi makei capital by a great.outcry raised ag;"")'*.! the course which may, or may not, have, been pur>ucd by. a single individual, infreference to the Iron interests of the State^if mavibc well enousli to inquire what] the party itself ha? been doing in reference to tlnsj same!-Subject If it is right for the party jo denbjmce a man for a course taken ycar*;}igo, e-Jjjeeially alter it has eiidorsed.lhateour.se over!and over again, it will...

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

^ ^^^t^i^tJB^^^^^^ - l<i ^9 following letter of Oen.' Cameron,'' WrAtet^W one'of the Free-SiMI member* of Uief Jloii^ of Reprcsentatitcs; previous to the J»|>|"t«|pt.to elect a U. 9. Senator^ it will; tie^eVntlimtains strong ant't oilavery pledges, Xty&ffl hw: iinteet dents-did'not fi.rbid the idea/»f trusting him, might lafTord some ex-| cus« for those wh(t yielded him their support;! buithaiit was well uiidersto^tbat theRe-feeereti pU-dgea Wvre giv.-ii merely to win FreetloiV votes, arid not with any, intention that tlwj' pk^dgw shiaild be kept, is evident enou^; from the fiict that the pni-slaveiy Democrats ^ both by.;fheir diryet,vote» W;thif w.nventUjn isiMfe^^-^5^5*^^^^^; by iiitiiilit-rs. labored to, tflect Oanierou'selection. •,;;"Z"['~ -''/'t" s.j-/:-;'^);'".'"/. ¦' . Hahrisuurg, Frid«y,|jFek 9,1855.,.-:. ' / Dea^ Sm; i have, at 12'vY-iock, riCeivcd? your letter ^^f:l^Wsiui6riIHlg;^rid reply to it iinmvdiately. : -. =;..,- •.:•¦'.[...... :: .; r ...

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

INDEPENDENf REPUBLICAY. —j— ¦ ¦- v ,- - -£..,; r- -•¦ . ¦ "¦¦ '""———- ¦¦ [...——¦-,. ,. ,-_..,,, i . , - ! "¦ -• I! ." i ¦ .. '¦ CILARLES F. READ AXDt H. II. FRAE1KR, EDITORS ¦ ¦¦ ——, ~4F^±.^Jii- ^=^; ! MONTjkQSE„PA. . Thursday, inarch si 1855. '. : -, ^ ...-:., - 'ii ,—.-^—-j— . - ¦ , .,—-

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

The 'Ejaraisi'—Letter from the iHon. Bi, f |. Liaorte. -; !• , ¦ I - . . !"-.; From the llarritbnrg Daily Herald. IIpCSE bFjREr-RESENTATtVEs. Feb. 24j 1855. JMr. SfEPnEk Millek—Dear S}r.—X<u day'smai|br!ngs us the Montrose Democrat, conducted! by u* Speaker Chiise, eijintaiuirig what purrSorts to be a letter written lly Judge Wilmot ti) Simpii Giins-ron. A seiiteiice in stariiig/capitals is made to aimounct; Mr. Wilmot'ssprefereriivfiirSimon Cameron over all his ri\|ils. iWhen Mr. Cha-e w-is here sob-e twiijweeks since,.! learned that he whs' rhj< custodian of a private letter! of Judge Wilmot's^ us he exhibited it to cmi at least of otir'Niifthcrri Delegation,.in «irder"to iiidiice us 'to vote for Simon Can enin. Yet Mr. Chas«claims to he an anti-Cameron man! Tliat lettep was afterwards haiidul about in the caticujj, andjMajor Sturdevnut wjis ntliiide>d;an opportunity,to copy it. I have just st-en tlmt?copy;;'it corresjsiiids \,-ith my reeolleciioiijof ...

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

^^"==v - .1^1===' =aa«c= C^*~- ;iwttd'St»ttt;8«Mtor,-=-»»^-v. The; members of the Senate and House of Tt >oreseiwtii;M assembled in joint convention v2«sd.iv,iFeliruary 87th,pursuant toad-Lrotnent'f'*lh ,e P«fP«^"f e'«tinga U.S. " Setiatt'r 'P- J * W' "'a, * le8 t-'"0Ps>r» who* terin expired on the 4th; of March ¦ _£. Long! tiefore the hour for the meeting ffibe ijoliverition, the Hall of the House was crowded to its utmost capacity,'aud the most intense intem*t was manifested. At twelve o'clock the Senators were escorted into the Representatives' Chambt;r,ond theconvention was called to order by the Speaker of the Senate, who! presided. (It will be remembered that at the first m'reting of the convention tw!o-ballots were had, on the second of which Gen. Cameron had fifty-nine-votes,. Mr. Buckalew twenty-seven, iind"iBeba,"n fe:*catferine.) ' The conveiiti<«' f>"«ccded to a third ballot,! with the folh^ing result: Messrs. Crabb, Cn^well, 1-raz.T,....

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

ITEMS. —Governor JVlock hnii signed the Sunday liquor (aw,! Jt will go into effect on the first day of April next. ; - ¦ ¦ —Thd Albany Register! states that the Americans nave carried tweiity-<me of twenty-five tdwns iniCbautauque coiintv, and nine of fourteen towns iu Courtland .county. —Grant Thopurn has s»-ttled himself apparently luf bis life in the town Winsted, Litchfield county, Ctj, and amuses himself l,y writmg lettef-s to the Mountain County Herald published in that town. —Judge Oak jy has recently decided, that an editon » nt>t puhjeet to indictment for libel, when he merely states that "a report is iu circulation thi^t Mr. John Davis, had com i milled firgery aiid absconded,"provided the report was actually in circuUlion, though it I be without foundation. i —The Uniti-diSuites Agricnltural Society; is n<»w in sessiori, in Washington. Twenty- j six States are represcuted by State and Couu-1 ty Agricultural jSocieties, and "there is like-I wise ...

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

Ii Teachcr»s AssoclaiioiiTf " l " '-Ml Susquehanna Countv Teachere' As.-oci«tion *fll'nieet iiiSpringriUe, on Saturday, March l?tb, 18S8,»tlOq\Jbck,A. IL ' Per ordcf [ : !-' Carson League. : ] ' A nieeti.igof.tho stock fubjeribers of ihe Montrose and BKdgewatcr Carson League, for die purpose of organiringand adoptinpa Constitution, will! beheld at die Court Houm ion Tucsda.v evcuing next, at "7 o'clock. A full flttendnico of all inteie-.tediin Tempcrance reform in desired. The object aud operations of ihe League will be there stated and expluiued. March 6th,; 1855.! •'"'}' . ' .V y IHOTici. ' '-" f :-..-¦ ^fH? School Directors of Bridgewater Dutirict, will X moel« tbe-Coujt Bouse iu JBonntisj, ori Fodav, March! 16, at ion<i o'clock PI M., bvoitferortbieBoaril. " > ': i ¦':'!' C. J. CURTIS, Secretary. Bridgewat^r, Marph 6th; 1855. ' -y-; j ""• I j/ MARR1KT),: J7^'"' In BridgeWatcr, ija,-, on the 1st instant, bv Eld. A. L. Po«t, Mr. Umbos L. SrosKof Moittrosc/and iliaa...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 March 1855

\ ¦ "- ¦ - ti' AUCTIpM.SAtfS.. I' "• J " i The jubscriber having leased hi* Famnfituated In Fdrcst JLaJte,' r-4 mile from the Post OlBec kept; by Mr. E%ha! Gijms, will sell at public anctiori onThftrsaiyth^ 29th day of March, next, ¦ sale WfcomiptBce m u p*«lo^c A. 3L, the following describeiji stock Ike. 1. I 5p|i!i!ispiendid 8 year]old Marcs, Ivitry good 7 iyc-4r.t>lu Mare, 1 Verygooid 2 year old g^y C*lt( 2, =3 y!e«rjol'i|Steers, ^ 2 year old Steers, 1; jl ycai- told ;!leifer, 5 pearling Ht.Jfersji 2 yearling steers, ljBugfty/Waton, i,H Horse Plcgb; 1 single DutQJ Harness Il Plijut1i,f]l Stove and Pipe, T T'i | TkioiI or Satfc—All Sums under f 5, cash; all! sums ovcriga ajjd under £50, 9 months, and nil sums ejver jfcsiii'li months credit with Interest and ariprovkligejcuHty.r f BENJAMIN COCKAYNE. S. lt<rc|h tst. 1855. . .' -; -' .': i'''j?|»4, i ~ A'D Hi IX IsrirATOHsilf O-l-IC KJ IT; .(itdersiof AdministraU'i|>n of the Estete.tif Hannah ilLU Bolloi, late ...

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