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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 29 March 1855

•X?»r*iW"OP JOBH* GOODS. ,;,;. rG|?^Ai*!ATOAM<MF.lr-:; t • Qr<a!¦&#&&"th* itiew- lGoods alMt^a _.,:>. . :ojhePKicjEf^oiiii:}r'^'^'-V-'. T^'tt ^.^*<^»^-Of''jr'^,; i)oi»ir.--VL. ric and fctaple Goods: cyer-br oilght intKjSri^i^ %w T1 ^'%«^Hr*^"^^ My Good^coni-, Prijingin part as follows: ¦ ¦ ¦•-•<-....• \A-;*:n x - I ^™^f Seab le Sijks; i'FwhionaMe^^ggj;;. • vm ¦¦ • ¦ %xxx ^^^cpT^ -;.,: G^amt ;¦$•'¦¦¦?¦m ^ ^^ ¦¦¦ 1 ^S^^rffirr^''' •" '"1'¦'10° ^ TaBC * D«ssdo! . Allwo«D«^lne^ ?] Velvet Dress Cittorj-V - Sf^1 ?1 n- ^; !'"' ^^ '* CoVd. YeWete. .::.. Pkid[teGoeM,,; ; -, . FaV Bay;.State,8haWbr Clouded de Bto, 1 Cashmere- 'do EnglUltMcrinops,. . Rrochsr '•" do'* r' Pararitetto'ii-'.': V ' ?'")¦'" Silk. ."•-..' A-', .do-; i^,' j Lyonese Cloths,-\ I Gfoves,:Hosiery, etc.4~ I CpUtir>-»: .'«:y . V-j'.-. ,Owb%C4s^^g ,r: I French charifilo do Scive,. .yeptings, • ."« • • g Embroidered Robes, \J -,'. ! Flannels,. ' -', •"¦'"/.-' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

The Boneasaand the ^odensee.' •fedeeil^J"'-" IKisSLAWD THOU TUB OKK1I*S.OF<3CSTAV SCHWAB. The horwman rides' thrpugh the Talley bright, - On the mow field shimmers the clear sunlight. TliroiighVd>c chilly snOw in haste rides he, Yet to-daydinugt he reach the Bodensee; To-da7! "'''' his horse, in a boat, pass o'er, And land, ere night, bti the other shore: - ~ On hi? toilsome way, over thorn and stone, On hi* stalwart steed he jounieya.alone. From the mountains out in the level Und, The snow he seoth spread Out like sand. Behind him far sink village and town, ' The way is level and smooth like down. Neither Will nor house in the plain of white—Ttc trees aiid the rocks they fade, trom sight. A,mile; and twain, thus he specdeth .by—Hc;hearsinj the air the snow-awauV cry; . Tp flutters Ithe water-hen in fear—>*o other sOund breaks on his ear; - - Ko wanderer can he descry, - *" To point hijn the way his path may Be.. As o'er, velvet,' the path o'er the yield...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

HEWSPEOM MAJOR JAtgjDOWJCliJiG I^ies ^.fSk^il^- .¦ Private Despatches to Gineral Pierce. Not to bs -give cpto Congeess it thet call foe it. Aboard the Fillibcster Scnooxix Two Follies, off the '• Hole in the Wall," near the middle ol March, I foiget the day of the month, 1655. : Dear Giueral:—— We^are skuddin round here aiid hildin on to the slack, waitin for rhore help to come up, and yon may depend. ¦on't Cuba's w it to take it. We; dont "never give up the ship. A fast little clipper jest come along, gtiin to Baltimore, and the skipper said he'd take my, despatches to you in three days. And you can send to" me by the Skipper your notions about things; for he's only gciin to stop long enough to wood up, and then he's coming right strait back to jine us. He made me promise to hold on and npt take" Cuba tili he.come, for he was_very anxiou^ to be in at the death. T '¦ > ;¦;.That Cuba's, a fine^ country. We've been havinga glimpse at it oneeina while with our ,s,p.y -gl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

SKETCH OF THE LIFE 6P THE CZAB. The New York Courier, which|doubts tho report of the death oftba Eniperbr, g'nes an iute'njsting sketch of his life, front whi jh we quote: |; ,- I . '^e youth of Nicholas, was What may b« said to be moral. In j the ga^ant'Oiurtlofhis bnither, the Emperor, Alexander] he appears to have kept himself marvelously free] fmm intrigues, and to have concentrated ill his " pleasures on military exercisesjand ajnusemenR In 1814 Nieholaa .left theCuurt of hisifirother for a toqr abroad. | He visited Fratjee, Germany,England, and Tarioui; other countries, and returned ju»m£ early inri817. ?6n the 13th of July, 1frl7 | being then hardly twenty-one years pf ag^he married Mana Charlotte^ ehfe-st danghtet of tlie late King of Prussia, The bKa<-; wa| abo it two years younger thin the bridegroom; The marriage was solemnized at. St.g Pete rsburg, ' and'the bride, in accordance witfii'Rus-iijan law, althbugh she came of a Protestant family, adppted Uie Gr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

POETRY YET IH THE WORLD i Tnmdiked/roi* Uu French JPaptrt for the Ifomt ... '}."''; . : Journal.- ¦[[,.• . '¦ f The, winding-up of a romance in reaj life has recently taken place in the quasi-official world iof Paris. Thiisruns the s^ory," < , At a 0>urt>bali, some twenty years sjnee, ayouiig tfficer of the French caValry jnet, .and was ^harmed by a beautiful English'girl. He obtaijied an introduction, and danced with her as'often as he could, without eliallenging the repial-k of Si* Ghost, the yUng lady's papa. I Our. hero was handsome, amiabl^,witty, ondih every way a person jto wip the ^ood wil} of the fair sex. ' He Was of good family, aiid had the^aristocratic as . affixed to his namej, although he could boajt no patrimonial. estate". ! ; | , . I K ¦ " Thtybung lady^was of England's privileged cla4s-pboth noble aiid wealthy. This, ho* eyer|, our lover did riot know wheti first , he bi>weU before the charmsof her be.iu\y.:— I Love begets.love, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

8PEKCH DF H05 E. BRODHEAD. giiuoo^ii^ j^ •, ¦ 11'' -¦" ¦ - iii i ¦ n ¦ ¦- ¦ "I ¦' ¦'!' ' " 'fl—' EXTRACTS FBQM K ; of Pennsylvania. In the anate, Febrosry8, 18SS,! to; reply to Mr. Jones, bf TenneMe, on the subject of Duties on Railroaii Iron and Tariff Policy. , Sir, t lis is a proposition for class legisla- tion to juild up the railroad interest at the expense of one of the great manufacturing interest* of this country, which, it seems to me, is i ot sustainable on any ground' of justice or policy* It is a violation of one great t principle of taxation—to impose the burdens of the . Government on all alike; Why should you make the poof man who wears broadcloth or woolen goods pay duty on those a-titiles, and not tax the gentleman who rides oi railroads?. This proposition is unjust to those who hiive heretofore constructed railroads; because;it will enable those who constrict them now* to derive advantages' which lave not been extended to others.— Iron ct n now be bbtajne...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

| EEPUBLICAH STATE COHSggTIOS. We arc glad to learn that thoJSroids of j- Freedom in different parts of Pennsylvania . i are awakening to the importance of speedily I effecting the organization of a Kepublican par-Is ty throughout the Stare. ^^\J i The succe-ss.of the Republicans in other ' States, wherever -they have organized, has | been mosLreiri'irkahle, and demonstrate'** the I determination of the people to effect a refortn-; ation,in the .politics of the country. The i right feeling and the right,, principles exist j among the people of Pennsylvania*; and there I is little doubt that the Iriends of Freedom, if . ; firmly united and acting inconcert, can hereafs ter control the State. But while ibey remain | m Uieir present, tinorganizt-d condition, like ! sheep without » shepherd, they will continue j liable Jo become the prey ot corrupt politi-| cians, as has'heretofore sri often Iwfalleiv ; them. The people'.-must take the control of • State affairs into their own h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

;,." Etc Oarooadale Yictoiy. [ The Carbondale Transcript, in eommenfijngon a telegraphic.'..despatch to tlie N. Y. Tribune, announcing the recent anti-KnowiNothuig victory in Carbondale, sets the position of the respective jiai-ties and candidates right, before public The Transcript says the whole a;iti-Kni>w-Nt»sbing -ticket, with but ope'or two exceptions, are pro-slavery advocates, or at. least labored with might, aud ir iaisr to MiMiiin Wright in his vote for the Nebraska swindle; liesides they are opposed to\the Maine Law, and all sanitary measures foir\ the snnj'r6.<si< m of intemperance. On the contrary, the.men on the defeated ticket are inlfavorlwf free territory for free men, and the Maine Law. The candidate supported by, the Anufteans forJ Mayor, is ?i"n anti-Nenraskli rnaa,^*. Free Soiler, a 4 Higher Law' man, Maine Law man, and a member of no secret organization, "Know-Nothing' or other.!' ; '.¦_.. A correspondent of the Scranton Herald. wri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

.^^^¦^jkmMtiuf'-KanMMi.- -""-" To show ithe trepidation] or rather the desperationj that has has come upon the Nehraslt.i Deniopraey sincolthb utjter route of their forces'- throughput the North, we "copy' the following; paragraph from the Harrisbnrg Democratic Union, a papeit which has long bt«en distinguished ft|r servility to the-slavery interest, and for its iiisiilting taunts and bitter denunciations (if-the ' Abolitiiiiiists,' under which head it haS' always heretofore in cluded G )»•. Sewaid.' himsfclf, and men of Free-Soil sentiments|!in gent'ral.^ To see this unscrupulous advocate of Slavery and Rum come out now in favor of a-man possessing so inaiiy good qualities and • right principles as Gov. Seward does, for the next Presiden-- - ' ' M ! • -,' ' ' cy, is certainly cheering, as an indication that the-reign of slavery ijf over; for when the corrupt political trimmer discovers which way the tide of public opinion is setting, he is sure to steer his course according...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

,;. Great Bxcitenxent in Greensboro, G> \ Corrcspondpuce of the Jfcw York Daily Times, An AboMiattitt Hwe on a Jioil, Blocked and Sent.from-Tomi oii' ithe Cars. - Grecnuboiy,Ga.^Siitiday/March 18, 1854. Iherc wa«f a di-graceful mob hi»re tin SatuWayj "the iI7fh.'] I"i was attnqt-ted .by a criHvd oh ijie principal street. Oil drawing ntar, I saw li young mart, of uliout 22 years standing in the midst of the crowd; They w6re asking his name^which it appeared he declined giving. I inquired of a bystander wljat the excjteniittit was.; He informed me the| young uiiin "had deejareil himself ah abolitionist, and it not agreeing with the sentiments of the people, they had a notion to jiWb him." 'llle was told to leave the place, but he declined. Some said, " Hang him !" **T| ar?md feather ]ii in p ; "Ride him on a rail PV Others, more iuodemte, prop'osed to send him \' run\ town, j Ail were in fiivor. of his leaving ; and thtise rtltut were the least excited advised him to le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

, Changes in the Senate. ^ Of the Oid Liberty Gu-inl^ noiie is now left in the Seii.tt'e. Mr. Cl|;ise retireji.' Mr. 1 Bniincrd ,wilMiejMic<eeded}by Mr. Colinnir, j an Auts-jSlaveay Whig, biit- representing, ire f are informed, the; Fusion Phrly in Venuotjt. Mr. Gillette, will jhe followed, by= Mr. Fo-teri, also aiiiAnti-Slayery Wliiglol whoso vieijis re-specting the re(-"n*triietiifri of' |i.-irties, ufe are in tlie dark. jTheold Conservative. Wliiig Party"if'.let! witljout a represeiitativ- fr.i'iii Hew England in the Seu/ite. Henry Wilson, who fcikles the pla'f-e of Mr. Everett, secedtil from that party iii 184S, isja ijian ofiheinaskses, of riulicil audi "ieti>rmatoi*y Views. M-lr. FesMetideii, of Miiine, is iii: communion, w(;e believe,[with the Morrell or Hepublic-an P-i'rjty of that State.! Mr. Foot, of Vermont, ; syrujiathizes, it i.4 uiider.st.>od, with the n«fw jiirderuf* things jnl hi* State. The result of [ihe late election ih Now .Hampshire, n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

OHE WEEK IATEE FEOM ETJEOPE. [ \ Arrifal of the Atlantic. The Czar'fUeoth Omjiriitedts-Alexander on thd Throne of Ru mia. I i : . ¦ V ."': - „ Thij steamshif Atlantic nrrived 'at^Ncw York*|at art early hour March JW,wiih liiverrajol dates of the 10th. : i ¦ i Hef iidviccs ciitifirm the difath of tlic^zar Nicholas, and ai'uoiirice that": on 1 lie 2d insi,, the Etnperer Alexander I he Sewnd-ascended the throne, having peacefully! succeeded his filthciv -! . : ' ' lie has issued a mauifesto itating that he will adhere to. the policy .of his father Nicho-I! . 1 . ' as.i _i ¦ ! •!; ¦¦ . ¦ . Th»>: steamship Atlantic I eft] Liverpool at twojo\-loek on the nfternoon oftlie 10th iust-Sheiai^ivudoffthe Li^ht Shiplal^iutliiidniglit, but'diji not.'come in till daylight. She. encountered westerly giles during the entire piw.*age. She brings U4 |iasseiiger.s, among wlnimiare Archbishop! Huglics, Bishop Neuuiiii»n,i&e.. ' m ¦• : 11 ,;. '<- '¦;¦. j ¦,.; » llheX'air's d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

j The Ftffiily of the late Ctkt. }¦''¦¦ . l-he-Eni|ierorfN-.cho!as leaves the folio-wins liHioeroiiifaioityvHis'wifeiilieEinpr'essAlr^ aiidr.i, b'ed roviw. (Formerly called Fredri.,, cn-Liiui-ii-Ch;irr|itte\V'ilhe^minii,) daughter of' tjiA late Fnileric-Williiiin IILKiug of Pnikiio; *4-as Icirn July 13, n'l>8,iatid is in very wes^' health.-'.The-is-sucotihis marriage ore:! ' i First. Alexiiniler, NiwIiiivitchCesarovitri tlie present EiiifK-ror; l»orii April 2d, 1R18 •' niarrieil April !i8. 1841 ;1 Maria, AlexmiurofJ n|», iIao present.-Sttipress, (formerly Mwiiifilieniie-Wilhebniua-AiJgiistaSiipiiiii-Maria,) b)irn May 8, 1^24, daughter of the late L011U Hi Grand duke of Ik^e. Issue of this marrijige: Nichoins,-Alax.-nidrovitch. 'the present Crown Prince, horn SeOtemh'er 2ft l&lfl- VhUtiniar, Ale-cafidnivitilh;' born April 3122, 1S47 ', Alexis, Alexandfdvitch; born. Januaray, 14.;!850;_! : . . .. j, -'.,: - j : Second. Maria, N'tehojaievna,- born August 8, 1810;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

ITEMS —The British station for enlistment • of •fiiod fi'_r powdi-r' ti).sei%eiii the Crimeaj; which was recer/Hy opeiieiJ irr Ni w York, Has been- closed-,; and 'the. rectuits who arel described as the. varicst scum of the alien 'population, dislmiuhd. x . ;-. —^Governor Plidlock ha- issued an officia* order »hat hereafrer all application** fir pardon uitist tie. {"receded by at lea-*t.,five davs» notice to the IVistrict Aitoriiey of the locality '•oneerued, and ten day: 1 notice in. a new«- paper. '\ "' -v,',' :/¦ -v . _.',;¦ —From some unexplained cause, the New York Prohibitory Lk-uor Law seem* to hang tire in the . Senate. I Of cdurse, the $40,000 known to he in the hands bf the lobby ageuta of the ljqnor dealer-i has nothing to do with the delav. '•¦ -. .1 -i ---77i« North An ertcan] Phalanx, in New Jersey, has failed. - ^Thisn- sociatioir was partly organized on the pririeip es of Charles Foiirier; but it appears that tlijy lacked in' the nnmliers, money aiill capacit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

¦: April Coniti. i>y a private letter Iron* our Kepresentative, C. J. Lathi-op,, ve leiini '.that the act amending the act fori hanging the time for holding April Court in Susquehanna!connty, had passed the H»Hise,|andjwouldi no doubt, speedily pass the Seuaife.. {lb that, case, our April Court will this y|ar l»j| held<fn the third Monday «>f the rnonth,ias u$ual, at>d hereafter on the first al<'nday. j! !' j CossEcrictr ElectiostJ—At ¦ the state election held .in G«>nnt4ticiif, Tuesdav last,the Know-Nothings aiid Vhigs made almost a •' ' ' x ji li ,• clean sweep'.| All the 'Know' Nothing and Whig Coiigrcssincii^ are elected ;,'<»f the 21 State Senators 20 are jcloimed by. the same 1 . -|. x,.- •¦• J< part es, and dbnnt:twn| thirds of ?the Representatives. There is np choice f< »t| Governor. Miiier, K..N.;, will'be |:lected by t^heLegislature- ;-,'!' ¦ ;; Y . Yermoxt.—So far ss refnrns nave been received of the e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

¦ flSDEPJiNT JPUBLICAN. f CHARLES F. KKAH ASH II. n. FltAZiKB, EDITORS |: MONTROSE, PA. \ Tlinnday, April 5, 1955.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

j tteBailuMdthe Legljlalare. 1 ; A FriMn tlie ITamsburK Herald. I ThejrWkless facility with whieh the.Legj^ iature"luf iPenpsyivaniit—and I c*«pcdnlly|ibf! H«Hi!*«,pri?-^i*e-* entatlvc!<--thrustt^W^ the appIicntiiMis fnf new lianking iiistitutij>n«, has al-jriricd Jhe \ people, ««tnrtTca the *|im iuerib»3 comtriunity, and astonished everj| tvflecdhft citizen 1—otir , legislators, ino|rIed tyraiitif niid ui^riipuloua^moiiopolisrs excepted. } And is there not cause for trepidation? Thei"e ar e aUjut-cigh'y^^ applications pendjiig and ^ re ariij'credibly infiirmed that the Crrnimitt'ie ion Banks in the lower House, soi far 'a* the hilhrth-i^e been reached, have rej»rii|t-i( favorably in every instance, and that With-.out ajslngje ciceptMHi that liodyhas , pask*d. eyery.bank, bill that has come before ill—'Alreiidy it has; sanctioned an increase of lour or fivie millions to our banking capital,—and unless the' pe-ipl* aud the prew speak fmt upointhe' subjiict we ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

SMfrWoodfttper—TbKntDwlTr~ I It is hunl in these days of rapid ipr,»-»^' I «»>:? ™1' tliiciig.»./»«w, 10 discoveri-unihu ' I 'new liuder thej sun,' and bass-wood ^ "'8-1 does noi:%em to |m „u exception to-thtv,; 1 Mian's maxim. We didn„t doubt,- whet,-2? I atmoitiiei^iient was made' s*»me weeks i,-,,,^ ft of ihe dracovery ..fa pr<MHjs< fi,r the maninV % ture-Vif jiaper from wood, that it was ehfireW S original; butIhe letter of l)r;" pQnnrn«t*Ju ¦ which we present below, seems to e5ttab]jsjj 9 the fact that very good bass-wood paper wa. Wt made fifteen years jigo in Peiinsyl*£-inht, \„ a a gcntleinan named Miles, liow'living-at'SjtVr 8 ling, in this State; We> have before .••.,' A B rather course Kpeeimen «»f the article ii,an„ H factiired at. that tiine,"J^^rjiXassured ^ H tnueh fitnt sample*; were made, but urij*ir-u. B nately wet*e destr<iyed by the burning of n,e H mitt, tii which reference is ihade f»y burj Cot. m reswindetit: '¦ ¦ ¦ i--...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

Cirsca lveagne-. , . p" .-*•- j JT- - V • ; . j HirthcJltpvllican. , , The annual iu;jttiiig of the' Montrose and Bridgewater Carson League was held, at the Court House on Monday evenings April 2, 1855, The League waVeallfed to order by Ben}. Sav re, President. i - .-•' .-i ;i' '-. On motion, \Vi II. Jessup was appointed Sec pre tern. The miuutes «!*f the last meet-! ing being read and accepu-dj;on tnotttm, B. & Boitiey, E.C iordharh, fc. C. Hoilister, MrC. Brewster aiid VST. II. Jessup were appointed a Committee to nominate officers for the ensuing year, j ! ' JThe Gmimittee reported the Allowing ticket, which was vniuiiitiously adopted: ; President, Charles Fj Itt^; Vie* Trcsrfieats,Sctii Mitchell, \Y.au Foster, Merrill Molt and John F. Deara.; Sec, Alfr ed Bald win-, Treasurer, F. B. Coandler; Directors, S. H. Sayre, E. C. FordhaWaiidSarn. Banlj The League was tbenjadyressed by B. Si I Biaitley Esq,, A. Busno*l^L. F. Fitch and Keir.A.L,P0it.;; -= I L-\ , ¦:-:¦'¦' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 5 April 1855

¦¦ ' notice. "¦ ,]Vi • DOCT. R. THAYER, takes this wctbod^*f saying t; to bis fj-iends an3 customers, that be W anin resumed'thc practice of medicine, at htsold stand at Montrose, where he may be found at all; time* unlesa professionally employed. He would aav- to>}thoae>|ndetyedio him, that he will deduct U*enty-five pet* centj on all, accounts paid before the first (of April next/ (or lfianv poor like rovself I will iledoct fifty.) Mpntrose, Feb. SOj 1868. . •' 'j!-4 '- '- -"¦ HALLOO, HALLOO, THIS WAT. ri^OE subscriber could Inform the citixens of Mont-1 [rose and the public generally that hehaa bought the Otocery formerly kept by F. n.Tordhatn 40o., in Lyonsand Chandler's building on-. Chestnut street, in tbj* borough of Montrose, where bo bis a fresh as'sortiflent of Groceries^ and will keep oDnstanth^oh hand, Floun Oysters, Cheese, Sugars, Swop, Molasses, Mackerel, Nuts, Candies, Toys, Oranges iuid Lemons, Figs,iPnines, Sui dines, Soap*, Vtocgar, Coffee, driad P...

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