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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

PoIiUca in Maine. | We learn by the D)tily ^ TWAnnstliatatthe municipal elcbtion; in Bangor, Maine, March 12th, T. R. jffaywood, Know-Nothing, (alsb on the «tiken^' ticket,) was chosen M ay or by a vote of 1,866 for llaywood, and 756 &r WI H. MillsgTliiKHow-Nothing Ajldermen and Councilnien were also elected in the same ratio. 1!he position of the Order in that section, on thje great qjtestions of the day, may be toferrodfiHom ihc following which we find in bur exchanges: !¦ '•¦ ¦'- . ¦ " KATiri A^ERICAKISM, AlfTI-SLAVKBV, ASD . I '! ';'.. -TKKpiRANCB.- ' i BANoo^Felby l,fl855-CocsciL No; 5.! 4 Wbkrex's, Secetit developments in the political action of thi4 order indicate a disposition, in some pisccs^ to ignore the questions of slavery atjd temperance, considering them as side issues,, having ino political connection with our oi-gHnissation; this Council, .wishing to express it# disapprobation, do unanimously adopt theifollqwing resolution's, viz: ' \ \Resolvedi}h Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

Springville Canon Leagne- A meeting of the Stock subscribers' of the Springville Carson League for the purpose of organizing was held at the Lynn School House: oii the evening of the 16th inst O. Lathrop | was elected Chairman, and H. H. Phillips Secretary. The Chairman then, stated the objects of the meeting, showing the abuse of the present License Law> after which the following officers ;were lelected for the term of -one/year. [<!..• "',".. ;¦• l£ H. Phillip*, Presidfent; Miles Prichard and Wm. Belcher, Vice presidents; Oliver Lathrop, Secretary ; Ml S. Handrick, Treasurer; Clark Btirr and D. J. Owen, Prosecuting Attorneys;': W.; B. Handrick, A.j Johnston and C. Vt. Baird, Committee to draft Constitution and Bye-Laws.. Resolved, That the Committee report at the next meeting, i . j ; Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting be published in both of the County papers, ,|r--; -, | ¦'..¦ .. -j Moved we adjourn until tbe evening of Saturday, March 24. ; ' ¦ ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

: Tariff Andy and " Sam." - At an ATnc.rican meeting in Fayette county, on the anniversary of Washington's birthday, HoB.Andrew!Stuart, formerly a uiem ber of Congress from that district, and familarly known throughout the.state as "Tariffi Andy," delivered a verj able and, interesting address |n;:advocacy of the American "pro-(cri ptibq and ipfolerance," preferred against im by the Democratic and Roibish pressesi " Sam "; is charged with " proscription <ind nloleranci" j This charge is false. He ii !iberal and just. ¦¦ fle invades no jman's rights, Ic accords to bis enemies all the rights hi laiins for his friends, to vote asi they please o join his"American" or their "Foreign!f standard, j All men of all parties are left free and equal-; Catholics and foreigners equally with Aiiicricans, hav the right to. run for any office, and'be elec);ed too, provided they gel votes enough—-[Lhughter] but fhey haye no more right to your votes than!you have to theirs, fn this respec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

— — — TJT5ATH OP EMPEROR NICHOLAS. Latest from Europe. \ T : ~— r ;- The Africa>a.rrived^at. Halifip, bringing, dates from Liverpool jto the 3d inst. The. news is of the greatest importance,; the chief item being the death of the Emperor of Russia, which took place, on the 2d, andiiad been officially, announced in the j English .Parliament.'' .!'¦¦¦;:•. ¦! ,!'.. ". •'.' It was surmised thatj, the Emperor died by ; the hand of the assassini but the cause as^ :;i sigiied, (pulmonary apoplexy,) was generally I credited.. The effectNof this startling an- •¦•',< nouncement, in political anq.monetary mat-_.. 3: ters has hot been developeq,^ ana-lrisr'trnpos-* sible to say what it may prbduceJ Itcreat- ; j; ed great excitement. . '¦ - "THE WAR...:,- .'' " ' ;'!'- :i The advices from the. Crimea ar"e of the -;' 5 same tehor as by the last few arrivals—both- Z ;; ing of moment having transpired. .-*¦ ,-.¦: ¦.. } On the ;13th of February, the Russians"'-J made a sortie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

' \ ifOTICEK ! ,; ; The Book*, Notes, Leases, Contacts Ac, of the Subscriber, will he left tor the*prcgentSrith J! T, Langdon Esq.; to whom all payments thercon^niay be made during bis absence Unless a " Greeting', U« sent befote pavment is offered. • . >.' Montrose Mitr. 1$, 165S. M. C. TYLER. ; Sheriff** SnlesT !~\ BY vir tue of a writ of -Fieri Facias issued out V the Court of Common Picas ^of Susquehanna county and to me directed, I will-expose to public sale at the Court House in Montrose, on Saturday the 31st day! of March inst., at one o'clock in the afternoon-1—All that certain three story framed building; situate on the south ride of the street opposite the] Depot, in the Borough of Susquehanna, in the conn-! ty aforesaid, containing a front on said Depot street! 80 feet, and in deapth about 94 feet, and ihc lot or piece, of ground and curtilage appurtenant to said; ^building, said .lot being bounded north by the street,; ' .east by tot of O'Laughlin, south by lot ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

ITEMS. Vuiieb Gavazzi, npw in London, exj % to return to this country before man*/ inc-nths. ,i . ,' • ',i' ¦ i-1-Tbe whole Americaii ticket was elected • Maucli Chunk by haiidsomo majoritics.-: Ditto in Scranton. . -\ | =. . _ . ¦ ' .4: the late BorpugVi election in Young*- •jj^Pa., the Know-Npthings matfe a clean ' &eep, electing 'every officer by lai*ge major- [ i!it». - ,- -,.; —The result of the election in Baltimoro, Jld., is indicative of theidecay of KnoW-Nothingism in the Monumental city. _=A -vvuiter; in the New York Herald states thai Bishop Hughes holds propert.y in Ins hands belonging to^the Catholic Church of New York, ifmountifig to $25,000,000. —The election in o/rboiidalc was held on •Indav last, and rcsulfcd 'id the election • of anti-Know Nothing officer*, Mayor, Common , Councelmcu&c. bv 200.nmjor.ty. y . * _Ij, IJeKiii'g. i>a-' iBaird, the American csindldatcii'rMuyor^as^edbyia, vote of 1,544, to 840 for lounge Democrat. The whole ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

' NOilCES. - -' t! »' ¦¦.—' ' ' ' ¦ - Notice. Iii pursuance of the recent act of Congress no letters canbe mailed after the 1st of April next, without lire-payment of pojtageji '•', ¦ ;!'''" . ' " - Notice. j -A meeting of the-Susquehanna County Aj-ricultn-! ral hocietr wilt, be held ht the Court jflouse ii Montrose ou Tuesday evenia?, April Hth, 1855. - March 12, 1JJ55. • : | .;F. CABMALT, Rec. Sec. Carmou League. • A meeting will be h Jd at the Court House on Moiv! -day evening, April 2,1855,to elect officers for.the •ensutngyear, by the Montrose & Bridgewater Carsoti lieague- . All that are at all interested in the weal oi wo of their ueighljors, ire invited to attend. , . i |i f • B; Cbakdles, Sec'y. f ", ¦ ' TAKl|'roiTcis.- "*"" !•'; Many of tlieffire coati* belonging to members of th^ Rough ai:d Ready Fire Company, are missing; this is! v therefott! to give notice: to all persons having, any of the kwiM in possession,|that the dwners deaue to liave theui reuu-ned: in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

-'¦!'. •] f • PCIIE Timothv'and iClover Seed, at j [! F. B. CHANDLER'S. Clover ants T4Jmotta*r Seed for sale bT^ - 'II H. BURRITT. . New Milford, March's, 1855 i, GARDEN SEEDS. 'T'! ' \! KHE?II lot of Shakers*, Rochester, and Connec -iX„tirut Garden Seeds /ust opened and for sale by. ^ Miieh ¦><). ¦ "jj ¦-,-''.. 3. LYOJi^ ; Administration tfoUee. | . "VTOTICE is hereby given that letters of administra.-| ; 11 tion upon tlie estate of JOHS HAND, late <>f Appollacon township, dec'd.TiaTc been granted to the ¦! . uiideMgned,! and all persons indebted to said.estate;! . will please make immediate payment, and those' hav.- V ing';elaimi< will present the Rainc dulv attested fori! Bettlemtfnt. | ¦ -r -. WILUAM HAND. -.-:! AiipoUacoh, March'27, 1855. . ¦ 12^6;] *T^S«E Sprine Good* now being re-«ridit\ m'^i*1 7-A. P0ST*W*. are desirable in' j !iuaist\, style and price - : ¦'tig'!**"**,'. \ Collar,, Sleeves, k ¦ '^ f'^^^re,, vb^'I ! l( futf-Vootb,-,. and/...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

. •-' - i-..; "v r.'- ¦¦.,' ALL RIGHT. A Fine assortment, of pew goods just received at the Fanner'* Store! Call and see <bfr yourselves.— Co« vou nothing to look Land but little to buy. ¦': r ;; j 1 b.tiiayre4co. Montrose, March 10,1865. .- . f: SUcrifrs Sales.; ; BY virtue of ajwrit tfend. Fx. imurf out of the Cour t of Common fleas of Susquehanna county and to me directed, I wiU expose to public sale at the Court House in Montrosi, on Saturday; the fourteenth dav of April ncxtHt ont o'clock in the afternoon—'All that certain piece or barccl of land situate and being in the township of Ajiburn, Susquehanna County, bounded and described as follows, tq wit; On the north by Unds of Daniel jSwackhammer, on the cut by lands of James; Hote1jiahd by the public highway, on-the sonth by lands ofj James Rittenbury, and on the west by lands ;now occupied by E. N. Seelcy, containing J.09 acres, .more Or less, together with the appurtenances, one framed liouse, one corn house, one l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

\A SOLDIERS' ItlGHrs. V| v i T* all when It may €on<*«rn. \ By a recent act of Congress, the BounljfLand lav has liecn extended to embrace almost evi'jrr case of t>f military service. ; j j ; All persons who hare been engaged in Military Service; of the United States, for a period of fourteen ilays or' upwards, are entitled; to one hkndrej and *irty: acrt* of Land, If they have not received it, bji5 if they hive received less amount they iwje entitled tosufficicnt to make up 160 acres.' ' j j j ; Revolutionary soldiers, and soldiers ofj any and ail ( wnrs\in which the United Sta-tes have been engaged iBincc,and| if deceased, their ijridows orniiuor chil-' jdren,arc%iiitlcd. . -.'":¦: [X : ¦. T ¦ Ollicers, Seamen, Marines, Cterki and landsmen in the Navy^ their widows and minor children, are also entitled. 5 \ r .- ¦ ¦ \\ ¦-. v i Wagbh masters and t^afflster^ employed for the transporUtioa of military stores, ore also entitled, in like manner. ' \ ¦ j i I : I ani stil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

.-".: Take Xotlcc. '- ¦'!' !l LL' p»rsona>indepted to A. A E BaldwJih, by | XX note or book accounts are respectfully reminded that it will be vary acceptable to ui to have 'ihe same paid soon, i ;' A. & E. BALDWIN. ~ Montrose, November so, 1854. •!;!'¦ — U—1—_i—ri_ : . : i |_^. STOVES! STOTES! -"j1 i THE subscribers bej» leave* to inform the citiiens of Brooklyn and: vicinity that they have just received » lot of SiovSs, which they offer foiTsaleas low as they can hje purchased elsewhere in tbcicountv. ALSOj-A lot of STOVE PIPE and Elbows of tlie different sixes, at manufacturers price: .--' i WAXTED-yAi. Iron, Coppert aud BrasaL fn;ex. change for Stoves J or other goods. • [.-A NEW stock of Winter ShawhTjust received and for sale low by SMITH 4 HEMPSTEAD. . ¦ ., ¦ ¦ iWA&TEDT"' T~^~ 8,000 bushels of Oats, 1,000 bush. Dried Apples, 2,000 bushels of Corn, 1,000 bush. Buckwheat,-1,000 bushels of Rye, 500 . " Beani«, i. and any quantity of Partridges, at the hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

J^T" To Persons out a_Emj.lowment. \^i_li ' -.' ACEJITS jSrASTJED' " -'-. j.IW KVI8T 6ECT10X OP jTIIK- tlSlTKU- STATES. fhe most Elegant and U»eful Volume of the Year. ! 8EAHS' GREAT WORK ON RUSSIA. ifrtJSTpubm-hedianllliistrated Description of the il RUSSIAN EMPIRE. [Being a physical and! Political Histbry of its GovemlBent^and Provinces, Productions, Resources, Imperial: Government, Com. tncrcC, Literature, Educational Means:, Religion, People, Manners, Customs, Antiquities, etc. etc.,-from the latest and most authentic sources. Embellished *rith about 500 Engravings!, and Maps of European and Asiatic Russia. ]! The whole complete in one large octavo volume of about 700 pages, elegantly andsubsUntially bound. Retail price, ftS; " ^ j This work has been sevpral years in preparation, knd will, it is bcliovid, meit, In the fiillesf acceptajtion of the word, the wantleo universally felt for rt'li' .' able information on the history and internal resources jof a country occupying so i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

WATCHES, ]JtWlLRV/8lLVEn8RTON? ":'{*c.'4f.c;*Jkiei ;-•.-' G OLD and Silver:Patent Lever, Anchor and Lapine Watches, just received and for sale by ,-,: BENTLEY A READ. Jewelry, Jewelry.' ! A GOOD assortment ot Jewelry, consisting of Br»r: -«¦ Rings, Ear Drops, Breast Pins, Finger Rinn, Ac. Ac, juatrcceived: at, ¦; BENTLEY A BEADV ' . " Slltrer Spoont. " . ~~~ Ten, Table, Dessert, Sugar, Salt, Ac., warranted pvrs. foraalc-by •'-..:'il ! BENTLEY A BEXp. , .." ' Boot* and Shoe*. . " A - An unusually good assortment Of the best make,?! fresh and perfect forsajolij BENTLEY * HEAD. , ^^ ! Drug* find .'aedlelnet. : Afresh stock genuine Drugs and Medwines, Patent Medicines, PainUvOils, Dye-gtnlBC-Ac, fw sale bv. ' ^!!li3^l_J__ " • BECTLEY t fc^AD. , Charles^'Tillman, Barber. HAS removed his shop from its former location ia the basement of Searle'» Hotel, to tl e room in the same building: in the rear of the bar-room,.whera hh customers will be waited upon by that cxquislto artist, Profisso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

1 ' ' AMERICAN HUMOR, j . ¦•-''"*•]•.' - -¦ . f ¦";' ' Mfeeeii(|neoi}5 ' ' -tttOM J.'lt. LOWELL'S LECTCES ON-IICpiBRAS. ' 1 Coleridge, with ndmmihle- aeuteness, has _said that 'there is such a thing as-.scientific 'S*wit.' Therci'irc pure wit sometimes .'gives. °an • intellcctiistl pleasure without 'nulling us '.laugh. The wit thaiinalics tij-'jausli timst frfely, is that which instantly accepts nnoth-: er man's premises, and draws u conclusion ;'/from'them in its osvn fav«rii A country f gentleman was^ oncc showing'his improvej ments to the. Prince E>e Lignc,. and among other things pointed out to him a- muddy " spot wiiieli'.ha c&llcd his lake. * It is rather shallow, is it not ?' said tbe Prince. '1 assure yon, Prince, that-a man drowned him-¦ i.. self in &' ' '-iii, he. must liave been a flat * * terer then,' answered De liigne/ Of the saiiie| kind "s the story told of on%< j of our old Massachusetts' clergymen,: Dr. Morse. At an associati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

Corn Eodder for Cows and Stibsoilin?- Our friend Geotge Walker ^ of Susrjuehan' na county, one of the best farmers of in.brth . era Pennsylvania, writes us, as follows respecting the advantages of feediufr (J)r com fodder to his cows. It agrees with other experiments tri. !d else--where, and where the profitable results are , so obvious, and within the reach' of all, it Ls , only surprising that so many farmers should ' continue in the wasteful'hahV, of feeding their fodder in shcav.es.) and in the open yard.wherc . , not less than one! half is actually Ibst. ! Stock ', will not masticafemijch but the leaves and ' tops, unless it-isjcut and crushed-, that the ¦.' stalks contain valuable, nutriment has been , fully settled, and'the practice of letting them be trodden under foot,for manure, is humore . . rational than to throw out. hay for manure ( without first yielding ius nutriment in passing • through the body of the animah The letter •say-si : ' Last winter I; kept our cows...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

^ , — : - : p ¦;,, Eepublican Meeting a| Stuquehanna Depot, : Pursuant to notice^ a large and respjectable portion of the citizens of SusquehanniijDeppt and vicinity, assembled at the Hotel of! HarHs»n Benson, in said Borough, on Friday ovciiingllast, . George VV. Custos Esq. wailehosien Pres't., Simeon Woodrufl* Eiios Bryant. H. A. Whitney and J.I B. Scoville, \^ci|-Preii.. dents, and.'Wni, AV;'Skiubcrjand Abriihajiu Ckioii, Secretaries. . On motion |ot:L. P.jHinda.'ii committee of three were appointed.by.the- President to lieport resolutions,, expressive of the sense of the meeting. . The President appliinted the hallowing persons on the^aforcsaid 'Committee; L. P. Hiiids, Itidstin! C<;>ok and Simeon WoodrufT. In the absence.of the committee, Win.' 'Stuai't, Esq*, iif Binghiimton, N. Y. wasintn|>- duced to the incetingaiid proceeded to addrejis the people :n a clear, kuecinct aud qloquerit speeeh,in whieli ajust tribute of respect wa!s paid \o the.inte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

¦ I -/^v*:r'':''*^^':i-M«!rA;--":--':- Vx>""' " A?'^^r,*^i-.jf5ji6.'^t*q-T.-n\ I':"': i' ;' '";*:'\k l^?:'>|.s-i;-'r^*,l» '' - .¦ !;'-'--' k- ' \.\ 1;jv;j--"-..,vi^' - .' . . .• '--:• ~._t^i...-.)«;.V.---4—t"-—"*" ¦ ^ ¦ V '' * •¦. •'j'^i^ ] >: \ik%W E "Ct ' i'i: -', KOIl AtLTHK Pl|ltrOiikii OK A- ! ' ."FAlttlliy PHYSIC. ! I tlLF-RE has long existed a piiblli: demand for an ef . L fuciivc purgative plU'wiiich could bd relied on as iure^ndperfect in it« operationj .Tliis .tins been prepared to meet the d^maiid, ftiidau dxtensive tri-3d of iis virtues has conclusively elijown wirh whaft-uc-^:css ii accomplishes the pui|po«es.4esUined. : It is casy.tojniakc a peysicalpill, Initnoieasy to make the hest pf all pills—one wpicoahould have none of tlie pbjecjioim, hut all of the advantages of every other.— ':This.!l jai! been attempted hcrej and with whit success jn-f would respectfully.submit to tlie public ; decision. 3t ha;j b<!cn yofdrtuiiate forjtlie patien...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

.: BUSINfeS^f dARDS. ,i A. $ E. Baldwin MANtTFACTUREBS OF SADDLES, HARNESS, Trunks, AYhip?, Ac;, |ii the Basement of Scarle'fl Hotel, Montrose,Pa.r jj'. .... '.-.- . ¦ - \ C, iff. Sifdmoiis,' BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Shop first .door cast of Odd Fellows? Hall, jTurnpike St., Montrose. \ "¦ " r Iff- SiiigleW i; CiAN how be foutid at his new stand onOwegp st ) two doors west of Seatfe's Hotel, where ho rf: fectually repairs, with dispatch, "Watches, Clock.v Jcwclrv, Guns, ami 'every Uescription of Machinery. Wheel'cutting; Guti And .Watch materials supplied to the tnule. -ij-.. | j . "- ¦ ¦ ¦-,;-• - -luVS^lmitli,'." i-SITRGEON DENTIST, JT-mtrose, Pa., at Searle's Hotel, Mondayslond Talisdays of each week. j ~ . .,'.'. HenrySjKnapp, MONTROSE, P.ii, !wittj!iiW, Woodruff Jc (*rf ter. Wholesale (irocerp and -Commission Merjchants.No. IV.t Wiishingtoii street, Iwtween Cqurtandt and Dey strcet>, £ev{ }' ork. ;—, r~.i ' ¦ .; J i ^: Caleb Weeks. SADDLE, HARNESS, TRCNK MAKER, and Carii ri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

' -• \ I 1;| i i f ; : ;;! : . ^EtitiofT'ciTJaflEws/ -' ill ["•^OU hi jrieJMt Achieved », signal triumph. On the \i ¦ JL. hloodjfef fieid of Peace, with Freedom for Is your watcji-irord and the ". terror1 of'Kings" for Your (S tiattle-axej ijoji haHro wrought a revolution which in P ith^ Old Wtjrit* wpi)ld have shaken off the .crown, if]' hoi the Actid of every despot, and buried him beneath"] i ihe.shattt^lsl.i ruius of his own throne.1 And now ;; nmSd ytiurjiigh irgoicings'nud the jubilant; shouts of ¦: yirfory onfejiery lijlnd, ! beseech you forget not those" hiijublo conipa!nioris who chuigto your standards in' j the days of^vpiirlailversity and defeat, and who are '» with you >ri/>w. iji prosperity and success, especially j yoir old patriotic;friend Tuk Dkxtist, Wlio on thejjsuniiviiieights of far famed Montavue, ! 1 I!a ?mctypur denilliest enemy and won the victory too/ ! J Enirenclie«|swllhlnlhis"gates of pearl upon his fcbon< l thrbiie.s, - '-; ' - ; ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 March 1855

; e- ' }'• '.-'..:.-..-.. ' 1 • >! - . \ '-.- I !,¦ ' A 8EIE0T STOCK OF ! • ! SKiTlIHER GOODSl AT ; v . j j . ¦ •.•L-POST&Cp,-!';- flirE|no-v oflcr to the priblic the most choice and I » * th6 latest sn-tE8 of Goods to be had anv ivhero ii| the country, and for the \Wy lowest prices, withoutjMiriatioh." "; ¦-]",.¦! I READY MADE CLOTtflXG.-SUMTtfER STYLES. I.,L: Post & Co. have just ' majSd a large addition ta-thcir-stock of clothing-, consisting now of everything desirable for the ijuver at such fpriiics as are sure to suit. ' The' goods "arc made fitjsfj.rate,- and wc warrant Ac workLto be equal if not superior jo any ever before offered jri this market Ojr| stocK comprises Coats, fine black French Sacks, Frocks and Business; Tweed!, Cassimerc and Jeati Saplis and Frocks, also brown jari'ii white Summer plnjni and twilled. Trsrs—White and colored Marsailles, Yakutia, Lasting, figured! Barathea, figured Silkirid Satin, and every variety, WxHl arid cheap. PAN...

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