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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

] ' I l ITEMS.' ',-'!'¦ j 4—Ex-Governor Bigler is said to be at the hertd of a coiiipany of monopolists who are endeavoring to obtain control of the lumber triH lj" i ¦ ¦¦ :, M :'-: ¦ -!'-'¦': |r-A dc-spatch from Washington says that ScirejaryDlvis and his friend and tlassm|te,|Atchispn/will settle the Kansas afiair iiijt their1 bwjt way, without hindrance from the President. » * , ;!" I—Twb; brjothcrs named Linderman jwere suffocated' by the gas from coal in a canal b4at jying a$ the wharf at Maueh Chunk, on, Monday last: 4S' ". ' ' i ' .1 • !' I ! ' '¦' ' - ' ! 'i ' |r— jt\ ^ revolution, it is reported, has broken oflt ijn the Rio Grande, Mexico, and fifteen lntndied mci), headed by Caravajal and othefe, liad crossed the river..: . i :l »- : I '- • i , j;— frhe,1 Providence Post says the ipublic n|ay kl ways know where to look for the Democratic party. Vjust-now, however, our cotemporaijy" caniiot tell where it is to ; be jaunii. \ I . -,.•-.'' -..•;; j' I —JjA bite - edit...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

From, the LondonCorresgondenCo of.tijc'New York • I . j " - tribune, May *th. ,-! ! Papal Power in Europe.v j The result of t! e Sardinian Alliance with France and England/begins to be<fclt at Turin. Napoleon is the Lord Protector not ohly of England but likewise of the Pope, ahd accordingly the French Alliance.has considerably strengthened the ultramontane party in Piedmont, l The ministry^ seeing the approaching storm, have had to resign, and a riew administration, less hostile ,to the temporalities of the ftoman Church, is forming. jn Belgium the so-called Catholic, that is to sjoy Clerical party, has likewise; lately displaced the Liberals, and the Pope is now Stronger than ever, if his power is to be ! measured by the way in whichihis views and pretensions are favored by the leading powers of Europe. France and Austria, Pied-|norit and Belgium, as /represented' by their governments, are entirely controlled by -Kome, and England, so long as Lord Paljmerston must rely ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

8PE AKTNO EIGHT OUT A Roman Catholic, who has taken in higli dudgeon something that a correspondent of the N. Y. Times has written from Rome writes in part as follows to the Times.: I "VVill you allow me to inquire if you cajinot find enough to fill your newspaper with, in abusing that great and good man—tlic patriotic Pierce—in glorifying niggerdorfy and what not^^but you must descend to lower depths still, by uniting- with Brooks, arid such like damnable hellhounds, in coyer'ujrf with your slime the most ancient, the'.mo«! populous,, the most holy, and the truejsi; church that exists, or ever did, or can exist on the face of God's earth 1 Has; the once glorious Republic-become indeed i>a bestial, so damnably depraved, and sb.blasphemouls^ ly and outrageously and unblushing degenerated that one's holy religion must »"e held up to ridicule for the purpose of cateringjjto its appetite? Now, Sir, be warnedgin time —there is a point bevond 'which.'patience ceases to be a...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

KANSAS AWD MISSOUBL I \Ve find the;'foflow, ng important state. merits made, upon Ithe authority of an eyewitness, by the editor ol tic Cincinnati Demi * . i . - ¦ ¦ - .i ocrat:— ..- ;¦- ii ; .j 'l|he scene of the riiost I ijttcr slate, of feeling -in reference to tiieietlliiiiipiit of Kansas, has beep located in the six counties of Atchison, Nodaway, Holt, Andi'e.y,; Buchanan and Platte. Thesfe ciouhties lorni a triangle, extending from the junctin of the Kansas river iv'tth the Missoiirij riveiJtt) the north line of the]State, the bas'e | res'tir|g upon the south lin^ of Iowa, ^'lieiierri t<jii"y of hind compris-. ing! the six couutics/labc *'d named, was once frejj, under the'.Missouri! compromise, and va.s laid open to shivery through the agency. of|leuton, by act 4f (>ingress iii 1837, and wn&'tbe first viblaii'ori c>t ithe "Missouri compromise. '-. j.j 'j:"-' It is composed! of a very fertile, rolling country, and contains »>rhe of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

Mr. Wise taken Aback- | 1 We have a very gooil- authority for ihs ;S correctness of the following -anecdote:—Mr. S Wise, Accomac Pilgrim, was jaddre^ing a .) large'assemblage somewhere in Virginia fe ,i other" day,. and *n his characiteriatia stile i abusing the Know Nothings, fls there one U of that secret, traitorous' clan here" present/' M he exclaimed,' if so, let him show.. his fw.' M No one rose." Vociferous .cheering andislioa;. p ing! Mr. \Vise, gathering' fresh vigor: an: |': vehemence,' if there's a Know Notiiing .is 1; the room, 1 challenge, liim to stand up like a ; mah,'.' Corigf-ecation . remain scatedi4 Trc-. ;1 mendous' apijlaYise and vociferation*, -ilr.' Wise, brim-full of gall and biti?nies?| charg.. ing round:'. SStand; up ye lousy,^odics, j christless set; stand up, I defy ye, if there lV'! j| one here present V~ An old gentleniari intie g rear of the room slowly rises, 'an\l blahdh § remarks, ' Sam! get up !: whereupon tva-E: thirds of the assembly spring...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

I- , -: -*j J 1 Beauty of Slavery. j .j! Cincinnati, Monday, May 21, 1855. s Elijah Wilfiams, a rich planter of j Barns , yille, South Carolina, arrived ih thisiCity to-'r day with eight negroes4 , one of wh^ij was: his wife, sis his children, and the.o^lier hist wifo's rhothbr. The object of his visit heieli was to manumit the whole and settle] them y in this Statj:. Just, however, as he I stcppeJ from the steamboat into a carriage he fill p dead._ Thi negroes having been fbrougblO here are of [course freei, under our State Iot* % Mr. Williams had previously willed tt; ^ whole of his estate to the negroes. I. • .3 The meeting at Leavenworth, ctalled :¦*'. lynch McfJrea for the killing of jMalcola: Clarke, passed a.number'.of very vii>Ientrfr olutions, after finding it impossible to fi possession Jot McCrea. Their spirit is, tis.^ no "person shall be permitted to reside infe Territory who entertains or expresses "seat; -: ment opposed to slavery, which thdy decla-e" t...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

The " Blue; Book" and an Independent For* tone lor Chase aiid Hollenbact j For the Republican. ' . We are hsppv to learn that Messrs. Hoi* leiiback St Chase, (we do not know which one's charafctcr and- responsibility will entitle him to tho ionor of being senior partner in this enterprising firm) have entered into a copartnership (tf Birds of [a leather flock together") for the, publication and sale of the my£ terious " Bjuo Book " ot- Kpow Nothing Manual. By t^iis arrangement Mr. Chase confidently eipects to coin money nearly as fast as'in his late lucrative; office, ("Lobby member for Cdineron.) .> ¦ The " B ue Book," procured at great rtsk (from the wcket of the owner), by Mr. -Hoilenback. aid publish«>d at great expense (cost nearly a cent apiefee) by Mr. Chase, hap pens to be the sitme; as published by the Peunsylvanian last August, and by the Democrat a few weeks agoj By publishing it in pamphlet form and prfctending it is something newChase calculates to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

CTTIIKGFEIXOV 18 VIOLENT. Viom TW'Squatter Sovereign, May 3. rr \Vm<K OF THE ABOLITIONISTS CoMMKK.CThEa lovrnmi Citizen-Mubuehfo in Cold £D ^-On Monday week last, at Leaven-Bl Toiy, Malcolm Clark formerly of SjSe enmity, Mo., was murdered .in cold ,,fl 1)V an Abolitionist nariied McCrea. SwweVedLputing,^ ^H% r- Ch* iaa'in'.ihe act of turning, proWbly to go ¦".war McCrea drew a pistol, and shot him through the heart. He died immediately. He did not speak one word after that fatal shot. The murderer escaped ;his pursuers and succeeded in plachg himself under the nrotcction ot the troops of the tan. ™ S not Hve to be tried. Ah outragedI peo-> pic arc anxiously awaiting an «W^"*£? d P ea!«.nfsummary punishment to dieM —er Hanging is a death entirely too good tor - . -Fi • » im him be tortured, and such a villam!. Le¦ > £ h,s ^ _^^? 1'2ie-.lSoftl,/law for one ^-Should he t«h"^'* Brfcrer -ft,r a while to I W £C oftdignation which already I exht^ in the hearts of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

Latest front Europe—Summary of Hews- ! The steamship Baltic arrived at'iNew lo.rk. from Liverpool on Friday last, bringing news from Europe one week later. From Se bast oped .the news is that the Aides'havo captured the Russian outworks.— ^ni? fighting lias been despetW. and the can''nona'de. terrific, but tlib-Allies had not made sufficient progress to .warrant a peneral as-<ault-. They have slackened their fire in or: dor to economize arriliiunifiori. There are said to be WO.OOO Russians outside of Sebastopoi; and they wore drawing -their ^ de'fences stronger around the Allied " The siege mslces so little progress that there is a .talk of its abandonment ^ and the employment of the allied army in subduing the interior of the Crimea, so as to cut off the Russian sup plies. ' . I An insurrection has broken out in the I .¦Ukraine, anions the Russian. peasantry, who s-uffer terribly from the oppressions of the ' war. In Poland, .also, the excessive ".levies had created ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

There is Flack in Kansas. We have the Platte-Argus of the 5th inst. in which an account is given of a public meethig.held at Leavenworth, on the Kansas side of the Missouri, and a little below Weston, where the Argus is published. This paper gives the pro-slavery view of the matfer. The Argus says, in giving an account of •the meeting spoken of: " We arc borry td say the meeting was,a faihire. Quiteanuipr ber of our most efficienfT^tizens went down to aid and assist, and^not to' counsel and direct our brethren of the territory. From them and from others whg came up.yesterr day, we are enabled to give"a true statement of the meeting, &c The meeting was called and held, and Mr. J. Alexander Hamilton, Esq., as chairman of a committee, repbrteo a string of resolutions, of the ' law and order' ^character, almost like the Free-Soil citizens' meeting of last summer in this place..' They were unanimously adopted by the citizens of the Territory—none of .the Missc ^ urians taki...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

ijifeb) .|Sberti8ch|ci]te,. ' "-¦'\~\ ~r^"~i ' '¦ ? ~ ~~' - ¦ CjEfLF-HeUting Smocitliing Irons for kj | pile by - j % . - 3. LYON'S i SOX." rHHsiI PAli> FOK W«Of.bv \:/\\ ¦ , ¦ . ,| • il. L. POST & CO. ! YfORE-JiEW GOODS at • j -JJJLi May °±] }| . l\L. POST k CO's. i j \\\ T i;is. Orchardl 31. Di, TOJlYSlCUJf ASD SCBGEOX, Jackson, Susque- i JL ; baiitia countv,!P«. Residence at the Posfoffice. ; 'U4-4-—4--J——-^-c ,— i ¦[ ;| \- ./¦[ Sow Goods. . ¦ ' 'I ;*] "j ;i?I<j*« & Bros, arc now receiving thci^«up- j ti ¦•; ply of Spring and Summer Goods, and ^being t ecnjvtiiced of the advantage of liaving ready pay, are j d( tciTnined to sell goods lit ?o low a rate as to con- , viafcer their customers and the public generally that tf ^ilj b4 to their advantage aa well as ours. Our j st >ek' consists in part-of Broadcloths. Cassimeres, : K .¦Mucky Jeans, Summer stuffs. Delaines,. Lawns, C;ilicocs, Ginghams, Print*, Bonnets Ribbons, Parasoljj, Shawl-i and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

¦ •[ MONTROSE PRICE CERENT; ~ T^ ~ r~r. ; 1— '' _ f^"Atiy of the articlf mettliourd in thr following list, vili be rctehrd at tits offiee on subscription^ at the current market price. , • j Flout "$ barrel, i..... ..I .$10,50 <§ 12,00 ,Wheat ¦$ bnsliUl,. 2,00 jCpra Meal jP hilddrcd, 2,50 ^rn ^ bushel;.'... 1 . l ,25 Rye # bush; . .U.......'.'.. 1,25 RyejFlour ^ hundred,..-..- 4,00 Butter f lb.. i.... ..4 i 20 Cheise ^3 lb,:ll. ; .i... 10 @ 12 Eggi ^ doz. [ 1". .!..... Hi Maple Sugar $[$>.'..' , 8 @ 10 Pojt^toes ^J bushel,.., '... .'JS Appjes ^» bushels,". •., 50 Dried Apples ~$ bushel ;........ 1,50 Oafcf # bushel,:...'"., r.so Beahs.^buihil,.; .'...-. I..:..-.. 1,50 Uan^ y fb,.. J... .1 ..;.;........... ¦ .j.io @ 12 ' ji ¦ i—- ¦ r. ¦ '"1 —;. "¦ r-r=4-^—:—: . ; .: The Jledicikl Society Of Susquehanna County will hold its semi-annual meeting in LodersrUle, Wedrfcsdav, June 6th, at 10 o'dickx, M. lG: Z..DIM0CK, Secv, • ; I i. . Notice-' :i . j. The Susquehanna Co. Teac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

' ' i [for President, j j mi. chase; of Ohio. j ! For Vice President, \ j MB. WILMOT, OF PEN ISYLVANIA. MoreNcw Goods at the Red Plum Store..! OEXRY McKINNEY. j Lodersville, May 16, 1855. J 20—w3 . jiACKSOX. ¦ Musical Ctavention and Festlfal. A MUSICAL pNVENTION AND FESTIVAL will be hclij at the Baptist Meeting House iii Jackson Centre, |*a.,* under the direction of Prof* QATCUELL& CHURCHILL, of New York, commencing on Tuesday, June 12th, and continuing three days—closing with a, COATCKRT. The object of this Musical Convention is, the.advancement of Singers in Musical Knowledge, by the study, and practice of the different styles of Vocal Musicfcombined jrith familiar Lcctores and Criticunjis. Teachers, ChorUters, Members of Choirs, and all lovers of music, will derive pleasure and benefit from these exercises. } . ! • The principal Text Books used will be the Shawm, the Metropolitan! ahd Alpine Glee Books. Members having copies of j these books will please bring them. Ea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

J, i:.s j .hotice. rpHK person who took a barrel of. salt a few eve-A niigs) since, and forgot to call and *r«/f, can pay .fori thf same by sending $2,25, or rcplacing.tho salt, and uo questions asked—otherwise will be exposed, r ' i j • .•' I ¦- .- ¦ c. B.-F. Montrosp, May 7, 1855. i ,; - j '-¦('¦; ' j HEW GOODS. 'I ; •"1 ¦"-' \BkNTL3Y\dkREAD ., ARE now receiving their usual supply ©f SPRING \ AND SUp MER GOODS^Uch they offer to their] Ct|st6mer8,Eandithe public generally, on the most rta-i tokable tetmi, tor Cash, Butter, Egg*, Grain, Bees-1 was, or on! approved credit L \ 3 ^¦Moiitrosi, Mjiy 1,1855. ! ¦'.. ' ': ,' ¦ l|>R(>AqCL()THS, Kerseymereii, KemucYy Jeans, ii J^ Summer Stuffs, and "a general stock of Staple] Dry Goods, just received arid (or sale riefit by Ii .< '¦ .-, 1 \' ^ ^LgfflT^p ^EAP- t QTJMMER De JJuie^"Lawn^ ChallJesFGrnghams,!! OMerriuiacland Cocheco Prints, *c ic'fbr sale! h^"__-t A _\ BSNTLEY i. REAP. ."; BONN'E^TsTrRibbons , Parasols, Su...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

| 1 TiiiB mrffijyjtfi1 academy. 1 The Proprietor, Mr. RiCUarb Hoouhan, respectfully ihforin* the | liblic that he has taken thu Inftitution with the desi, ra ol fitting Young Ladies and Gentlemen for the Prifcsiion of Teaching, according to the Normal Mode: pr for fitting Young Mtn for any other buslnesaof iifc); I ¦ I • : This Institution is s tjaated in the pleasant, retired, and healthy village of Djundaff, Susquehanna Cpunt|r, Pa., and ii ufiexpbscd to the many tcmpUtibtis and vices thai are detrimental to the Intellectual and Moral advanc|menfof StiijJchtsi The Prceptresi, M^sj M. J. Swart, * higlily -ducatcd and accomplishjed La- ] dy^will take entire chij'ge of the Young Ladies bqlh: in and out of school [jNjor will they be allojeedtoi attend paities, or any ^Uco of amusement, without ! the express pcnmssioi | and attendance of the Teach-; era. Miss Swart- will give lessons also in Ornament-1 al Needle Work, Frenchj Pencilling, Cra*oni4g, 4jevj One of the prime-objecU of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

. "•.' T85IS-6. -'•¦!'!' -i ItOYT dc BEVAIfS.j. ¦ K ail Road Freight Line between Montrose and New York. The subscribers will continue their ounection of the past year for Selling i Sus<iHeiianna' | !o. Produce on commission. j "., 'I j Matncw J. IUbbisotok, will receive and furward rcight for thiscotrmantat the MontroseDcp<!t EVE*- IY TUESDAY. ! Thankful for past patronage, and being satisfied hat their arrangements for disposing of produce of !very kind will enable them, to give general satisfacion, the aubscriberft trust that Ncw| York prfces,; irotnpt returns, and their usual strict attention to the rasiness, will insure to them a continuance of favors leretofore so liberally bestowed upon them, '¦ The returns will be promptly paid In current money sy Mr. Harrington; who will also niakej liberal advan-:cs on consignment, when desired; { Oar marking cards hare been left With the Rail Road Fricght agent Mr. Case who will attend to fortrarding goods consigned to lis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

- ; DGCTORH^lmiSr K . HOMEOPATH 1ST, G. RADUATE auduiember of the University of New York, will be in Montrose on the Gth, 7th and 8th of each montb^and may be consulted at Hatch's Hotel, for three days, upon all diseases incidental to the human) systcto,j»i*:. CONSUMPTION , Bronchitis Inflamation of the Lnng», Throat, Liver, Pleura,-jKidncys and Spleen, Dyspepsia. (Indigestion,) liver, Complaint, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Eruptions,.Spinal {Complaints, Diseases of the eye and ear, Nervous Weakness, A«v, Ac. Particular attention gi«:n to the diseases of Females anjd Children. Ttfe vWiom affections of the; Vten^ radically.cured. ].',..' Dr. Harris is well acquainted with both; flom.eopa- ' thy and Allopathy, having been in constant Study and practice for the lost twelve yeajrs, and having first In- ¦ Jtroduced Homeopathy'into Bbgbamton,KN. Y., in 1847. His plan of treatment is mild, safe andejfica-'. 'ctout, and different from thaf of any other physician, and cures nearly all cases' In ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

^ .-|j;'-."'. .MARRIED. MayJ 20tb, by Rev. Henry J^. Riley, Joseph B. -BiRr.o^v of Xei« Milford, and Miss Mart E. Ketch am of Hri|gewateri j i - " -« j. |: j, .DIED] j-In Rush, orilthc 2?d"mst-, Joris B., son of R, S.4 E. B^ Shoemnk'cr, in the 15th year of his ago. t In Middjetown, April 30th, Mr. William S. Ross, sor|of|Olis!Ond; Betsey E. Ross, kged 16 years. TheJ following resolutions were;pa$scd by the Lodge of feood Templars of which the deceased was a memj berj: { - i .. j I ^Vht?reai it has.pleased Divine Providence to re-| mdve!|from{ our" midst, by death, !Br. WillUm S. Ross, thils-ijecply afflicting us, therefoi-e. . Reaolvcd, That ii; this event our Lodge is called to moiirrj, havingjlostcjlie of its molt worthy and.faithful mctnbL'rs. j I- ! i . Resolved, That llbe sympathu|3 of this Lodge be tcnderSed to the bereaved family [and connexions, and th'a,t We manifest onj; respect and love for the depart-| ed byiattending his'/uneral, wearing a proper badge } of mourning. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

FE0MKAH8A8. . "'. ' ^i3eeii^co(|3 Selection. TH«' LATI OCTRAaE-TsATCHtSON—STRIKOFELtOW—GOV. RKEDKB. . j f - * 'i Correspondence of the Nets- York- Tribune. . Kansas Territory, Tuesday, Moy 8, '55. Amid all the remark arid discussion which the "Kansas question" has provoked irf the North since the. overt acts of last Falj, I have been surprised that I; could find no statement of the case embracing the direct causes of the Violent proceedings of the ^ Wesf ern Missourisits; ana feeling that.suchja statement should be made, I am induced to attempt it myself. In what I shall say, you will please understand that I do, not speak from mere conjecture, but from' information derived from different classes of Missourians with whom I 'bare mingled freely for the last six months. Among thoso from whom my information is derived} are some whose nameswere 1 at , liberty to use diem here, would amply guarantee their knowledge of Missouri politics. The present contest was not commenced as ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 May 1855

BUSINESS I CARDS. A.&EBaldwln , MAKOFACTURER8 OF SADDLES, HARNESS, Trunks, Whip?, &c, in ihe Basement of Scarie's Hptal, Montrose,Pa.; ' j |! . ' ¦ . : - . C. K Simmons, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Shop first door cast of Odd Fellows' Hall, Tnfoplke st, Montrose. ~~~ W,Bmgiton "¦ ••?¦. CAK noir be found at lib new stand on Owego st. two doors west of Scarie's Hotel, where he effectuall y repairs.with dispatch, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Guns, and every description of Machinery. Wheel cutting; Gun ani Watch material* supplied to the trade. ;j. ir. H- Smith, SURGEON DENTIST, MoDtrose, Ea., at Searlc'a Hotel, Mondays and Tuesdays of each week. . , ' i Henry B. Knapp, MONTROSE, PAn whh Kate, Woodruff A Carter, Wholesale Grocers land Commission MercbanU, No. .173 Washington street, between Courtaodt and Dcy, streets,' New York.. Caleb W*eks-SADDLE, HARNESS, TRONK MAKER and Carriage Trimmer.: Shop at his dwelling house, early opposite Henry Drinker's. Montrose, Pa. ~~' Miller &a...

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