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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

TBS 80X0 OF THE SWORD ScM fodts MTiilo Cinnbn are thundering hi the Crimea, and grim-risaged War wears his most awfol front in Enropff, lct <?ur m*»* happily removed from all the appalling scenes of bloody strife between nations, read Hid ponder " The Soap of the Steord," an admirable and most forcible • parody of Hood's '"Song of the Shirt:" ¦'••';-'-..'¦•. ¦"•• Weary, and'wounded, and worn, Wounded and ready to die, ¦ -' A soldier they left, all alone and forlorn, On the field of battle to lie. . The dead and. dyfnjr alone Could their presence and pity afford; While with a; «ad and terrible tone, ' He sang the Song of the Sword. ''FiffhtL fight! fight! Though a thousand father* die; • . Tight!,fight! fight! . Though thousands of children cry"; Tijpu! fight! fight! ' Whilst mothers and wives lament; And fight! fight! fight! While millions of money arc spent. " '•Fight! fight! fight!, Should the cause be foul or fair; ¦ Though all that's gained is an empty name And ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

IHE PAST AfiB PBESEJJT OF HAPO- j ieoh m. IJje T^oty^ee of jfisfoNj f From the London ficonomitt. •;' J Few men in any age or any rank, have bad ! more tips and downs in this life thanthe present Emperor of the French. F«ir few men have ihe oscillation^ of the pendulum had so wide a sweep. Iftbe Sovereigns had so much influence as is generally imagined over the destinies of the nations over, which they rule, ihe French ought to be. the best ¦ governed <eciple in Europe, for the five! last "moiiarehs rim have sat upon the Gallic throne had a raining in vicissitude and experience such as •arely lulls to the lot of crowned heads. Na">leon had known the sad struggles of pover-J and the hard toils; of a^ro&ssiori In fore the arvcr of fortune .was opened to bira ; and h» ung studied , ass poor lieutenant, the char-«tet and wants of ffranee, before he Jed her innies or climbed up her throne. Louis XV1H. and Charles X. eat the bit er bread of exile for five...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

The Papal Power in aa Araericaa JAghi A^itholio Critic oa Chandler's f ; i \ i . Speech. .. - 1 -. We copy the following interesting article from the ! Dublin [(Roman Catholic) Tablet: I:! M '!¦{ .. ;¦.:'¦ ., .' 1" ¦ • I f i ¦ i I ¦ : ' • ill The Know Nothing sect in America seems to have scattered dismay among the Christians of the great republic Mr. Chandler,i| respected memberof Congress, has been urged by his friends tttjdefend the Church in the House of Representatives, and he has doij'6 so. On the 11 th of January, his fellow-rcpl resentativ>s seem tojhave listened very '.wj. spectfullV tb his exposition, which was ; veriv elaborate, and from-bis point of view, quitp conclusive.! In Europe, however, the exppi sition is like j'tol bit | criticised; and j though people mayj respectj Mr. Chandler, praise hjs motives and! intentions,, they will hardl| agree with liitrv, supposing him to have maSfo tered thevpri^ciplesj involved in his speech, w It is not a pleasant ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

HYDROPHOBIA IB DOGS i ! ] It is no pleasure to a dog to get mad.— Quite.the reverse. Dreadful as hydrophobia may be to the human being, rabies is jworse to the dog. It makes its approach j more gradually, it lasts longer, and is more intense while it endures.. Thft dog that (is going mad, feels unwell for a long time;prior to the full development of "the disease.! He is very ill, but does not know what ails him. He feels dissatisfied with everything; vexed without a reason; and greatly, against his better nature, very an; ppish. Feeling! thus, he longs to avoid all annoyance- by being alone. This makesjhirfr seem strange toy those who are most accustomed to him. ^ The sensation induces him to seek solitude. S But there is another reason which decide]/ his choice of a resting place. The JightyinnVcts upon-him intense agony. The siui is tiyliim an instrument of torture, which he therefore .studies to avoid—for his1 , braip /aches,! and feels as it werea trembling jelly/ This in-...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

! BEAUTIES OF SLAVERY. i': T. \V. Brow», of the Cayuga Chief, wjio 'lias recently returned fri>m a Winters .so... Ijourn in Wisconsin, gives the following thrill- s i ing description of a scene that he wi tnessed I on board of a steamboat, while on hts way^ homeward: -.-.-. In the (ore part of the evening there was. a spicy. discussion between a live Yankee freesoiler from Ohio, arid aSoailiern shivcholder, » The slave,holder was then in pursuit of . -.., a runaway tliat- hevsaid was worth- fc2,000. He deicribed tlie slave as well educated, nearly white, and ''worth mort thftn i herd of ¦¦ the common llack eus*ti\V. He further .said . that there iwaiCnot mone(jr enough at the North / tobuy biml; that he was' six feet and four incti./ - ches in height and proportions faultless. As \;/ I sat on the bench in thev cabin of I the boat/ looking carelessly into thfe crowd, my X^V suddenly leaps into my throat andfl rernefnbcr the slave-bolder and hjs .runaway-There, 'iii the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

. • Valuable Receipt*. To become• rtth-^bave^ybttr money and ecar yotir o^flscierice;J ;'i; ( ; ^ '-;'-."'';!'v J,('-(* ;*(, i To becoriie "ivtserT-EAti'|lee'p.a,n(d[(sjyri^pthi' inc. '/'<(.: '.,'['¦:•¦:¦ "v.'Vvi' .!-('.A \- '¦l/I/^'Ui-^i Io become fopuiac-—Join the strongest church, andTill t iiu secret tis^wiaUofls. ^ - -^'f To becpm\j Res^tRide^-Say. y es to «(v|^ other niah** opir tons,- Slid have npriti .^f^0vif own.'. ';.,;;;!; ...; :!,.-\..J-„\ •' ..(((..vii;-t" -KL' (To becom"^cx nlie.d'|o; a lUtleT'office-jr-Be ready at all tim'efi'to'wt as? a IUkjIfi to*'!( oij| tnfehV \J¦;¦>•!•. -:- :;^i6;$>.-*?*T^n$\ 5«V .To:Ilc^&M>'poor-TrBehrjncatand joid of suspicion... - ¦" '- .-;¦-?"*-;V;!"' -f.'- ;-;."'':Jl"-'""-"- To become insane—Speak your s^pti^ets. without consulting the oracles. ( j To becop-je uitfortup^<e**»!PrhJt your t«6tV. -N- ••(.' .r {/¦ ¦ :¦. -'-/--' '-::•].--

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

V; AH^t«;.-Tw*-'-/': j- :--"-.----v- Never, make use of an honest woman • name in an improper, place,:at a iiUpropcr time, or in a mixed company. - Nev«jr makfl assertioiis about her that you think ?a|e untrue, or allusfons that you think -she!1 herself would blush tojhcan^sWheniyou rrieWwithmen who do not scruple to make use of a woman's name in a reckless and unprincipled manner, shun ^hem, for they are tbje very worst mcinbers of the community, men/lost to every sense |b£ honor, every feeling of bri'- manity. Many a got>8 and worthy wiimift'a character has been forever^ ruined, - and her heart.broken bv a lie, inunrjfnctured by sorn» villain and repeated where it should riot have been, and in the preseuce of those whose little judgment' cbuld not deter( them, circula-( ting the foul an|d bragging ^report!, A slan. der is soon propagated, and the smallest thing derogatory^ to.)i woman'scharacter,, will fly. "on: the wings pfthe; wind, and!, magnify" as it circulate^ u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

Medical Censors- A out ts now- oetoro tec Legislature of tins Sate entitled "A:i Act for tlie .Establishment of.a Boatd of. Jlodical Censor*." This.bill provides, for the .'appointment by the Governor of three persdns. who shall be grqdwrlts of a college of-medicine of the Allopathic or regular deiioui' uiatJfoiK whoso duty it shall be to hold sittings oiife a year at; the county scat, for the examination of all; -physicians, surgeons, and obsl^tricjaus, and others practising specialities, (or Cfjmfiningjtiio.mselves to the treatment of on'p or a. given number "of diseases, and to grant certificates of merit to such tis'shall in (their 'Judgment be deemed' skillful aridofaifStfji'iit:atta^imeliU; said certificates to be. relieved, nn$ costing the npj'l cant' $25 each! yeir; atiq-any person not. pos-essed of such eertifieaUH shall have no recourse .in the. IaW for the collection of.a bill rendered tor surgical, tncdica!( or obstetrical services, or for services rendered in trea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

anwgwtrr^ trTitancu nTBlfw mi iwiWlfrftfatlrt - - ¦-¦ ¦ ^ "'--'- "^-'-w=« j Kicnoisos, Wrojuisa Co. Pa., Apr. £7 1855. [Hessbs Editors :-~Mi quill h»a*> |oiig$'m(! lain Idle that it raoves with some relu^iince(!«aa ihcre Is Jg6t w much tlia.t iifMtcirorth/lp eirp^bjMt. The *>^ <W ^^w'ofjf riMpSfcr so gjic*oa»?» winter, ife»ody;JsM'SJhnd^fe^lrciidyM Wlit-» winter k |his|§t<t pall bafbeea fc^ytlie poor!—provisions at ^-^ih0^^HC ^^?^^^^*lfiHd " ibnt f he*utTo»g?Occ*^ned fcv tlie fiigb prices of food may hkTOh*in crcater in the Cities than iri(thc «lUDtry, yet there h^vc been a great many families throughout Hju^Ul^, »Uo ha»c 6>r. U»e past £s« months jived on a. ViJit short allowance. Man and Boost faro alike-; there arc empty granariea and -«imptj barqs aliiwtjtlverrwhere, and* ulilcs ' we are !(les.ted with an iibmjflaitc harvest, the prospect ts rflooniy enough. . • j '. ¦ . - j I am still in the rbprn I have -loOg occupied/' birt &e I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

¦!(!;(( The Africa's Hews- "! By the arrival of, the Africa, at Halifax, we| bave| news from England to the 14th inst. AtLtheseat of wa^ up to! April, 8, nothing decisive hM (Kcurred, but the belligen-iils were proceeding with their preparations for attack hnd defejice, the. (allies lieing ; feady, thcJy reported, to( commence the bombardmtjntOfSebastopol at any .moment. (j Thev were cxpe»tiiig large "feiiiA>rcemcn'ts^ from EffyPNI Sardinia and France—as mtfny as 10Q.000 men from the Jalter, phice. ¦ !' The Baltic fleet had reached Elsinor.S The CzaHvis concentrating 200,000 men {n the B;dt.ie Provinces, and the feeling at Petersbun; was tliat the war mus't proceed. { '., The.'fjoiiference.'at Vienna on the 8th last^ edjonly tor ah hour. ibe'llussiniildjploiriAii.sts not hav;ing received 'heir inMructi.onsJ The qui-ftioin . of the ' war-expenses ' payment was deterred, The Turkish represifllutiyc as.«cnti|d, on the part of, the Sultan,! io (the Protectorate of the great...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

( I ' ^^CMaeoTlW JW^-teffim'fiir'?" Among the Roriian; .Catholics^ and (mombers of the Greektphurji|i there has ever been i a great, even a supersiiiioiis regtmiXior the H»ly iLandV tQi$ \ in \ parUcukirimt. .placei. dci'mfed specijiHy %ily,ffoV example the place of Christ biftti njaid tojjiui'J Oifer ea$i, as it Js supposed, a; ,€hujxrh';.if||erected ¦& commemorate tlw( event.?,.: tn«}i(e ar« eighifW called 'Holy places:! bu^thif(church where was the ; .stable at Bethlelicjn, w^ith a silver star hung— ' good Githolics and CJr^cks think—oVer the (pre»u»»«pojt^4lAifi4jk;i»,r?*l!;birth; and the church-built by "the Kijnprcss Helena on the supposed place i(f liis( Jomb, arc considered peculiarly saoredj| Tiii: R.minn Catholic ami' Greek Chlirchiis ^-cre||iindivided.until A. D. 802. llvnce,|up ito Itbiil tiiiie, Gr»;ck and; Lvtiri .Christ inhs V>getfier visited ths Holy! Land, though ihelwestcrtr nations even be-i fore that time; had sortie difficulty in niaking(! t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

ITEMS —It was seventeen years on last MoncLr since the first Atlantic! steamer farrived in New York. The Smus.Giptajh Roberti, who was subsequently lost in tfie( J] resident, nrrived-early in the moming, and (a few hoars afterwards the Groat W'estera. —Rev. Mr. Balm of Chicago, Illinois, inserts a""prayer of his own in the Olive Branch <»ffhjif!cityj which riius (thus: '(Oh, Lord! have mercy on our * special revivalist pieaeher^;' mercy a^id. gwdness, we. 'humblr hseech thee keep t&m from taking ladies who become converts on their knees, and ifulding them in their arms and kissing them:' —-'My son,* said Mr. N;, 'how could,jm marry an Irish girj V ' Why fatheV,' said -tie son,' Firi not able to keep; two ; women—li I'd married a "Yankee girl, Pd have had to hire an Irish girl to take care of her.' —rA city! editor says thata rnim in New York gi»t hiiriseir in trouble by marry it; two wives:—A. ^''-sterti; editor; .replies, bj assuring his contemporary tluit kg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

INftPSrr^rfttGtt «MAnLK8 F.; READ ASI) JI. H. FRAZtRR, EDtTOUS MONTROSE, PA. '?! ; Thnrsday, Klay 9, t85*» ^¦ ¦ i '-...' v $§sr W^J liave received a |H>em entitled *' The JphnnyaCake," which wc can't think of publishing. If the writer, had seen fit to aing its praises, we, might possibly have published her effusion-notwithstanding, the limp-. ing and other'blemishes of her Pegassus, but / a phillipic ngaipst the Johnny Cake must ecek daylight through some more aristocratic medium than our column*'.. 'Ihe shade o( Joel Barlow^: mother «f * Hasty Pudding,' would rise up. against us for giving aid and comfort to one who speaks so disparagingly of our great agricultural -staple. Tlie writer evidently does not understand her subject.—? We Will endeavor next week to publish a recipe for making Johnny Cakes that woiit ' take,' aiid hope A. will' try her hand at .making them, and succeed better than she docs in malting verse*. ' f^^Ir. snother column will be found the 'part...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

^in^i mj^ata AXOTHJSll 'JUDGE "DABBLIXG tXPOLI-¦ ' ' I ( : - Ticsr \l ¦ ¦?¦¦ \x It has recently been considered stleh teety gsjewpu*Mence Vnr Jf^rote%ar{tmiiM tv cxr| Biss h|s pifliticiil p^eferenofei, th|K w^tave concluded to |olilUhithe follo^ng^ttc||rom Juijc!B|yle,fith iwp&JuJJIr. Cldfee^jl wire Vis^tMo^udgeWliahdl and tcachj him better than to lie;'dubbling in politics."; I j The adjourned (Court referred tp was appointed at the request of JutlgcBoylc, especially;for( the naturalization if foreigners... .The letter?confirms ciu^tjtatcmeiit that Cat holie (foreigners, as a gene alrule, are not Frve'-S<fiWt;'';*j. .- j .'¦; :..\ r-.y/y ' -}¦ ' i J^P^s, Au^ 3Q th,J^il.j.., ( "L CFRLEr'Esq.—My\ D'ar Sir: f wish to apprise you of: a desperate move made in liolitics this wcek( in this place. On Monday night of this we^k:' We Mere harangued fill midnigh#tn the dourt House,)by Wilniot-.aiid Grow. They delivcn«d (themselves of two violent abolition jspccchci*, Wilmo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

¦ ' bll,;, : —— : ^«^y4jj^ jEentMity otvy oaigy •"-' '¦ N I 1 : ' - - '- - - j W0MKS TOI\Tt'BED HV A WOMAS. . j A c(asc (illustrating the debasing/and un-i christwijijiiig . iijifiuenccs of sjaycry^ has i»4 cently^M-^tir^il ^^eptneky. (A cfairge wn^ brought ['.Wfwc a' Grand (Jury (of; Bourbon' eouiit^(dga(it^tLk: Mr. AJphifi Leiis ahd Ala'r^Jrel^luV>*ff«| fors^ie! treatment;: and. torture oif their Klavcs. The accused belongto the." {best flimilie*, and are among the wcalthiQstiuliaUuuUoJ'the.^-ounty, owning a large OMule. and living in style in a handsome house. The mibtress of this beautiful liomei aj. woman whose mother is a professoj" of religion, and whose ycx and position in life s»hoiiid ^nhkc her "gentle and pitiful," bejcomes "so'uhscxed and brutalized, by. contact with toe vile-system of human slawry, ;v» to be gitilty (if cruelties the Iwrc mention of which makes a person of common sensibilities shudder. Read the following account ii the .doings of this Kentu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

: 1 . Virginia Democracy Exemplified. Hon. James M. Mason, one ofjthe' Democratic U. S. Senators of Virginia, and'as fair a specimen of haughty, imperious, purse-proud aristocratic as it lias fallen to our! lot ever to behold, made a spcet-h rccetitlyi at Petersburg. A. Jiidsoii Crane,' Esq(, an Amcri.tm candidate for the Legislature, and'one of the mo>t popular orators, hi the Stitc( happetilnnto be present, was called upon to reply to Senator Mason, but was not per'niitted to do so on the ground, according to theSouth Side Democrat, that Mr. "Crane is sol inferior to Mason, " that it would have been] disrespectful to that gentlematij tor his ptVmon as a Senator, and to his reputation as a Statesman Rir'the President of the Democratic AssoeV iition to have permitted any such; discussion its the one proposed;" The Petersburg Intelligencer thinks this one of the greatest specimenS;ofpi»litical pride and arnjignucc that it has ever seen. = It does not follow that because ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

",''!j'*' >- ^——"¦$*& '' " T-r*" -•- ''"'; ^ITb^BB«tEeBlTtollr*(aianum " jDuring^tho recent session oflCongress, M]r. Joseph tt. Chandler, the ntmable and accomplished gentleman who represented l'-hihidulphia in the national councils, delivered;u speech in defense of Romanism,! intended, especially; to counteract the notion that that form of religion wu>r unfriendly; to RepOblKnnnm, and denying that the Pope claimed to iiuerfere in the temporal concerns of States and Kingdoms. This speech seems to have been very skilfully prepared, Ai.tftS pre sent a very plausible appearance.; It has been attacked by a host; of assaihrntk in all parts of the country and in very different ways. Some of these replies, as for exam pL tljat of Dr.' Berg, well-kuowii asanjAjax in every form of the Roman controversy, have beeli exceedingly effectiv-e. ! ]i But there is one whicli far surpass^ all the t r^s , which law been unconsciously made, which every Protestant will admi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

! The Slot in Parkviile, Missouri. ( - From the Platte Argus, Extra, 16th. TJtt Luminary Press thrown into the r»V* i-tfr editors driven from the lown—Afobo. cratic Meeting—Tar and/bathers threatenti— Violent Resolutions. : -.' Parkvillk; Mo.^Aprit 14, 1855. The spontaneous uphcavings of ari indignant, and outraged community were manifested here to-day, in a decided manner. To telliyou that the 'Industrial Lurrrnarr,' a newspaper owned by George S. Park and VV. J. Patterson, in this town, is a Free Soil sheet, and has been aiding and abetting the Eastern Abolition societies in their aboTtive ! attempt to abolitionize Kansas, .for- the pas: year, is to tell j ou what vou already know. You] are also aware that Park lias a large hotel in this place, kept by a. Free Soiler, im. ' port]cd from Illinois,and devoted to the same ibulipurposc. It] seems that certain men in the neighborhood determined to "abate (the- nuisance.'—- Ho* they managed to notify, so many, and to keep it q...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

r-'T ' •; Chauffc of Tluit. yf' '-"- ¦ • 1 ,l>fI4W-lBE, LACKAJteA AND WESTB W >¦ tv»'•' ' «AII«IaOAD. U •-.»¦;» I I l!L*n,J "ftw TbnrsdsT April in leri,) ,v' » ¦.„ . | \J ^wnger Tndn will d^irt fi'onfS''i£$lJ*" , j.U.'OjA. -». Due-u Ores Send « ttoj^^r » ! l£tT **p"n*irk *****w^rfc £r. ; ,.Kctrirnii.jr, will le«r? Great Bend 8 "0 Q' * „,„i djie atScranton 6 r. lit j v> T "• "f1" ' j The AccotmnodaUon Freight wm li>»r. aL.„,„.' . Jl r. *, due at Great Berilat cVTSl^ T-rith.lho Steamboat Exprew ^ iafl'fflttS* jyW^^l-^'"^^^^^ j I^turning, wUl leave Grlat Bend at 7 i W Wr. ¦SEW. *f nM*Eipf ^ ^ ^V-ti^X |l-^_^.!!lJ)0 ^RE M»P«= rintj,acn t.%' ! J."' .:•' - IVoutrosc stages! PmS.°??? *®J?*P*V* at Se«fci Hofi Leave at 6* A.'ST. Conhecunc with the'Froia,t Train, tWGr*at Bead; fori^nS,,, *?('««•» sffiftl**.fwG r **>S *,^fS$- iT'(-. 'v' T ' .:. - RETpRSLVG. ' . l! ' ' | lA»re Dep6ffor Jlontmse oin arriVil'of all the above (^i^Depot, except F^iglaUrain g^ S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 May 1855

L»i. ¦ ] t*ew-T6rk'-Pric«4N''''--• - ^mmmm mtr^^M. ' - !.¦ 1' ;.r "• hotice, •' """ >nSv V W ?l0 ? "may c«ttccrn. I "H«£tf^ia Sd *?** accou"t* "f EJwin Tifikny * .sfiSPIsss-rs TiftSJ - ntfJ SUCh M"e»'debted to the sai w Sai «n1» "In°^0r hoo]i "WWt, that die will call on be subscriber without dcUv, and .rr»hS • bSIE * ^^.deUy ^; REUBEN O Mllrig Brooklyn,;April 27, 1855. I8w4 BY-VirIt^^I""*^" ~ UiW'w *H.of ^"»"-f*«.«*. issue. t,.n„ i . thei ^rf Cowmon Pleas of Sasque tev^Kr' f"1 ,10 me directed. * "'" "Pbse1 ^ Mle by public Vendue, at the Court House uVMon ™ ^Li '"fi^ernooa-Alt-that certain piece or parcel; ofsUu.d situated in LodertviUe, in tireat Benditownahtp; and in the county of Susquehanna, bounded and d^ciibed as fullows, to wit-BeguiumB «t a pomt in this south-westerly Une of the Great Bend * Cochectoii turnpike, the south^asteriv side of a large cheiUiutlree at a corner of land heretofore conveyed to the ^ New York A Eric Railroad Company • thence aouib til, degree...

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