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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

[lEPEffil f'WfaN; - MONTROSE, PA. ; ^ I - - . • - ¦ • ( Thursday Morning, June T, 1855. Western Correspondence of the Republican. Dixos, III.-/May 14," 1855. In my last I promised to give your read--vra'a flying description of this-town, together with such other sober, funny, strange and inu-testing mailers as might come under my, ;j!Oticel • •? ¦ '.There was a military post here.in the time a if the Blackhawk war, and from that time n ; .town has been gradually gathering here, and %l- itow; claims twenty-five hundred inhabitants, though I suspect they count at least five .. hundred dogs to make out the number. . The town takes its name from a _Mr. Dix-* ?n who used to carry, the mall and dispatch; v* to and from the military post, in the time «>.f the Indian troubles. He was a favoriteof the Indians, who called him Na-Chnsa (the 1 ale friend.) Twenty-five miles above here « n the river in those days occurred a speedy ¦ > ictory. Lieutenant Stillweli; and a par...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

* BUSINBSS; CARDS. ¦ : ' . ¦ *'- ' ' " ¦' i T. B- Orchard, M. D-J PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON, Jackson. Suaquettanna county. Pa. BeaWenc* at tVPoslonTce. ZtsnsaXAMV I flABINET MAKERS, have recently opened a irarcr Vy room in New Milford, Pa., -and will keep constantlyjon hand all kinds of Cabinet-ware- also Readymade Coffins. - Funerals attended with [or without a heansei Ware-room nearly opposite J. Dtckerman'a Store. | ¦ •- ¦';¦' - New Milford, May 15,' 1855. 20—ly A. 4 B. Baldwin, M ANUFACTURERS OF SADDLE?, HARNESS, Trunks, Whips, Ac^ in the Basement of Searle'a Hotel, Montrose, Pa. • ", ., : C. X. Simmons, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Shop fint door cast bf Odd Follow*' Hall, Turnpike sti, Montrose. W. Bingietori Ct AN now be found at bis new stand on Owego at. / two doors west of Searle'a Hotel, where he tf fectH&Uy repairs with | dispatch, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Guns, and every description of Machinery. Wheel cutting; Gun a^d Watch materi al s supplied to the trade. . | i. ¦ \ ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

¦-^il.^,' -*!^..J J^L' ^-f^M..-V;^,.^.. ' .--. 5- _•¦•-- j- . , ¦:> - ; Union Point, Lima Co., Oregon. ' Wlo arc hcrojin thk;end|s Vf the enrth; do g\vo <» «omo Hgpt; powt many Judges of the Supreme Court n«e;tt»jrc< «nd where do thpy,come from 1 How niatiy ?tcprw»entiitives in Congress frjtn the slive States? How much wouhi it cost to send all the blneksto Liberia 1 Skmioofthe Democrats here say if every ihuti ih the United Stat a would give twelve and a\ half cents, it wou d be enough to serid all) the colored people, lo Liberia.' . I' ¦; * ' ¦ "fherc arc niiio Judges df^tfae Suprenie Giurt, five from jlhe^fuM States, four firojn tho/ree, nlthough the latter contain twice lis .many, free people as the forfner. Their names and places of birth or residence arc jis follows: ". r ' ¦¦ i . \"\ |". Kogcr B. Taney, Clhief Justice, Marylanjl. John McLean. Aisociatef Ohio... > j; - James M. Wayne, do. , (J^orgia. < j John Citron, l d». Tennessee. ^,...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

To tk« i»e^le,«>f/;Sl«»4«e»iann» B /COHUtlft-:. EKO one of *e «*ife*t auffcrcm by the recent deatrucdve/ure P Won"^. "".'"A1"-";"'? rtowhouae »^y^<^^i*LfI?P5d?1 *?? W bowcrer Btve/overj-o dc^ah-i but nave takeni r store room ^tl»Ic^* | tet.!WjU>e ^, fi»t dooi north of Keoter'a Hoti, into whi^h I have placed tht ""^l Stock saved fioiatho; fire, and will In the course of a Tei> shor t time Al up the ttoro with an entire new atock of goodi^ |« ,jny. proscntl new location, I will be happy to aec aaHjirill oh my old .customers and the public gencwJlyjwho wilt favor me with a call~ I have rcaolved'tolWrryieelvp the sUpS-l lam determined to keep V DRUG STORE, and to keep a good assortment of &*g*, Medicine*, Paints, Oils, Dyt-stoifft, Groceries, Cbss-teare, Jevtlry, Perfumirg, Yankee Notions, *a|-:aH feorta. at Fancy Goods, Ac. Ac, anrh as, I keiilierorfe the fi^e, wnich devoured tho earnings uf a ll»t|me in an hour. Montrow, Xov. 23,1854-1 ABEtTURBELL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

i';--* ¦ , : ';.-. ! I ¦.-•NA%u. - ¦ - ; •.,! BOCGl-^Rw. - 'r ¦ -.{' '-. ' eb^;i_J ^ Li?=^TLL_-^t— , - Gibson,^ctobcr_l1, 1854: ¦ •* --jr-~ —I-»aii«.. "icioilis, •Sassiiheres andlV' estltags. A large assortment and at prices lon-pr than jwe have ever been enabled to offer them hor^tofcre. |' Gibson, Oct. 11, 1854.! I j :j ¦ j '¦ /' : \ DressfGoodsTj '¦'.- •! ~ A great varietv. and bcautifid atvlcsj-and almost as cheap as could" be desired. - C. BURRO H'SA CO. Gibson, October 12, ltt54. L j \ -!.-""¦¦¦'-' A. BlacteySillt.s ':"• '>-s . -. A eoott qualitv for dressca'at 81 ccrits per yard. . October12," 1854 ^ _t 5j_B£5?i>WSjtCO._ !""""¦' ShliTvls,; j,'-7*"-'- ..' • ' ¦ ¦ IjOiig and sijuarc, wool, Aroche, andj sTlk, very lianp-. some styles and at «trttoelj low^riccs.. . ' ;„ October 12; IBM. f\ V. W ^ W*±*Qi_. T*T; "6ro«ic-'ShaW'>s.! ^ _j,. Clieapcr than ever bjfforfc known; bcau»lrut[ patterns and fine quaKty of S4. Brocbe Shawls, Lupen's man-^&cture, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

< - s. . ; - \..,. ¦•'.. lotel, lor q^^F^M Hise^ rncidenW^oV^ «ikH!l^fi«I^WAT8 VMPTION, Bton- w Waint,«uLu*Tlf i ^^«^^l . ^mplaintt,-Di»eases:i>f th* A?e ^Pf^^Sul rVe2w«I[A«i,Ac. Particulan^k'?' ' J°™£c lie S ofiTemalea. and ChUdl^^f^".^ « iffectioms Of the Uterus radically eitrTSL^ Tanoul Dr. ^Harris faf well 4«tualnted with hotfi^jB^. . : . Ihy and Allopathy, having been in constant jii^*: . practiceftjrihelaattwclve years; and having 6NML\ trounced jllotucopaUiy into Binghamton, N. Y.,^ 1847.. Hjs plan of troatraeiit is miW, safe und efficaeiou*x'ind ?dinprcrit'[ffom that of ihy other, physician, and cures[ neatly ollcas^s in all stages of the disease. . fgf Dr. Harris baa testimonials of character, abitity and skill, from. a j number of tho. most' eminent roedical'men in thocity pf New York; among them the* celebrated Dr."Valentine Mbtt.' .;/'.,' Pertonk-wishing p'rompt TcHef or-pennahent cores will do well tolcsll wlthoutdelay. Charges moderate: Consukatioiifreo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

;. M; ___ ; - ",, ..- \[_ ;fa..-- , I -' ¦\ •'¦'" ;A8I?WaeT;iJBT0CB;0» ''';V R'i"'s," lR--A ^\ *sv^M¥m9>mm^^r ^ -'' SSs^Sss^^ ^^V^-: ¦: > SS^S^lf msisung noVjrf <^*~toStT the goods are, '. .,; such price* «ft, r2S-S?2i work tobeequat ., ", «lo flnt rate, ^.-•SSSSSffi^fl*^ notsnperkujo ^ a^W h^^^,^ FH!ilcll , . ai j. Our »^ ""S^^Tw^ed; C^toere an*^ ^jb acka andJrt«M. ^^rhite and: colored, ^S ^e^UVEaaSB"^ BMathPf. 8gurr Piirt»2J^klVjkcaadmere, doesWn, col. tw«», Simmier «€.««„„» drill, eottouade, atnppv P«wf» check and;ptaNS^che(Hi w to be sure of sal* to all[who dcalre to>^ ^ , ^ )l GLOr^5^VJ9j^^^y^LadJe»and Qento R whiW arid colored Ko<5i0Tes of the" best quality warranted. A large assoru^o tof all kinds of blue, brown and;slato hose, and | hb% Rents'and ladies, cotton, Lfete thread, Berlin and laV Gloves, Black and colors { a large resortment of bGleV silk and lace Mitts, long and short. -, POSS k CtfS.;' -'. t BOOTS AND SHOES—New fine Boots, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

Zansas Settlement Meeting- Dr. J. E. Snbdgrass, Vice-President of the /_meri(Jan Settlement Company, addressed 'i-h'c citizens of Montrose, in the.Court House, -[-.!' Wednesday! evening, 5t-ty 30th, aud at' . ;,c close'of his able and intcfesting lecture ;.;e following resolutions were unanimously ..Copied: . i Resolved, That we deeply d cplore[the high /. Landed outrage .Mhat^has lately been perpe-: rated in the Territory of Kansas, in whicli ;.;ie r ights ^ of freemen have-been trampled ¦ pon and the purity of the Ballot "Box vio-. "J.:ted...R- ¦¦-.'¦ j" j ;'•--..' ~-"-~^iesb%ped, .That we-highly approve of the tiurse pursued bv' our fellow-citizen, Gov ernor Becder, and. tender hini our'thanks for' ;ie noble stand' taken by him in attempting •-.» preserve law aod order and to save the . lective franchise from} being desecrated and j destroyed by ruffians and outlaws. " -I . Resolved, That Qpv. Reeder is entitled to J Hie. warmest thanks of every lov»r of bis~t j oiintry, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 June 1855

HALLOO, D ALXOO, THIS WAY. THE subscriber would inform ihe citizens of Montrose and the publip generally tltat he has bought tbe Grocery? formerly kept byF.l H. Fordbam A Ox, in Lyons and Chandler's building on Chestnut street, iu tbe borough of Montrose, where.he has a fresh assor tment of Groceries; and ;*u1 keep constantly on hand, Flour, Oysters, Ct leese, Sugaraj Synip, Moluset, Mackerel, Xata, Candidi, Toys, Oranges and Lemons, Pigs; Prunes. Sardines, SOaps,' Vinegar, Coffee,[dried Peacheis and Pluins; E erring,! sack Salt, Res, Cakes, Beer, Yankee Notion*,; and other things too numerous to mention,- which wHl be [sold cheap fbr cash or; most kinds of countrj .produce. . Call and tee. A i share of public patrooajge la solicited. 8. S. MOTT. Montrose, March ?, 1855; A«lmiul*t ration Ifotlce. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of adminiatra tion upon tlie estate of JOHN HAM), late of Apnollacon township, ilee'd, have been granted to the[ undersigued, and all pensons indebted ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

¦¦QfrYeipoiikiifa-; •; " For t$e Republican. " OLEXWOOD TO CZIFFORD, . ' ¦ . \ ¦ ' " VIEWS AFOOT. Ho. 2 My friend, whom I met at Glen wood, is an employee of Mr. Kinney, a brother-in-law of the (Jrows, and; we had quite an interesting conversation in regard to the fortunes of the founders and almost sole owners of Glenwood. There are four brothers now in the .firm, and one brother-in-law, (Mr. Kinney.) G. A.: Grow was received into the firm last fall and attends loall thelegal and various other business of the Company.; Edwin manages the mercantile business '. in. Glen wood; -also superintends the buying, and selling of stocks, produce, &c Mr. Kinney attends to the farming interests, while Prederfck 'carries on . a large mercantile establishment, in Carbondale. They, last fall, disposed of their large V and commodious hotel .toVMr. Swdver, and TSamueU, who had charge of it, removed to Connecticut, and is now engagedxin an extcn sive Cotton Manufactory. Thus all these...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

f: fj"i: /^¦BEtTBD^AGOOH. ..-'.; [|!i| j ^eJeci Sf^Je. i'. ;;; i iJhlthelDutcii towwof M-i there resided ; 4t the close of the lasV century, an aged iwidow, known by the name of Madame Anidrecbt j The only occupints of the house, [wilich was'the] widow's property, was herself iarid a inkid'servant of about the same age.— ' fAftjtne Willow] .was in a: precarious state of ihealtb, she kept no society, and did not leave ;he{; ^ooro f or Weeks together. Her only,rec-[rcat'^m wa s, that she went in spring,Hvhen the weiuierlwas settled, to visit her son,' who fe-Isijlbd ini'a neighboring village, and on thc«ie jexcu^sioiiSflheTras always accompanied by thcr. Servant,* who was accustomed lo her tem-; per, land; was the only nurse she would have ; aboiirt her.'. During these absences from town ithftliouse vvasj, uninhabited, and .though care'fullyi looked up, riot guarded with any special !attetltion.;!• * | \\ ¦ . \ ,-j' -''' • " -• " Tne widow j returned from her i annual excursio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

HEWS AffBHOTIOHa. —Within a few days nearly eight hundred . emigrants have left New York on their rev, turn to Europe. - ' —Three hundred Sharpens rifles have been\ - ,sent but from Massachusetts to Kansas, at theirequestoftheNew England emigrants, ;to enable them to defend themselves. | •' -L~The grain crops.of all kinds, throughjthe , \yhoie.of middle and upper Georgia, are rep-. JTesented. as being excellent Wheat is already I iit jjftir the sickle. , .!! —The Herald states that' Tom Thumb, the »i-cclebrated little great man, was married at ^Webster, Mass.", on Thursday last, to a Miss ;. Tinton, of Bridgeport, Ct' , ; /' —Democratic eannonadings in honor of the ; j/ A7irginia .victory arc numerous in all direc-^"^'lions.. At one in Rochester, N. Y., a fatal / liceident occurred by the bursting of a cannon. .killing one man. ^ —Several deaths are'reported as occurring frorii the absorption "of washing soda, tlie ' sal soda entering the system through some scratch on the h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

: THE LOJHC OTlBOME! "' \ PP^^pllir" ^^Fte^^Wr&i ^;:«'|NTfisE,«.l-| ' —A few weeks since, during the Anniversary week in NewYjofk^ the!anriual Commencment of the Union; Theological Seminary was held in one of the cily clnifches Addresses were delivered by several ;young men of the graduating class upon various subjects, one Of which was an Address by HkhrY H; Jkssurt.of ..this, placej, ugrin the " Bible andjthe Koran." ! u'" \ \ -, .-..'" •-'-*- .--. We find iri the report of tho exen ises published in the New Yppk DWIy papers of May iSlh, an outline of the different addi ¦esses, to gwhich^ny of our readers may refer, who feel ?an interest in the foljbwirig communication.' Mr. J. in speaking! of tie future of Mahbmmedanism, held Chat since the religion of Islam arose as a pifotert'i against idolatry and outward forni, it could never be overthrown by tho religion o|f the TEJofnish Cliurch, whose idolatrous tendencies and imige worship are regarded with detestation b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

;tmxm&imm <teT*am , It is well understood thagdiia body ^ has been; in session in Philadelpjp, }c>c^»_week ^^^rdjg togie rpp^ts j l^e paittenpt t&* orJ»nize.Jjfelav«% Is^ne one irea? qucwoir tbataraittes 114 4«»4es the members of tW cpnnfttibri,*%nd Tsoempl^tically is this tl» paramount question with/the Southern mernbVra, that they strenuously advocated theafafflsrfmrofthft ddegatea from the Louisiana councils, which throw outthejCaiAo-Hc test, and admit Catholic members. One of the Louisiana delegation openly declared thatj he was a Roman Catholic. , A Virginia delegate'ooarsely attacked Masai actuwUs and Senator WilaoiH. asserting ibathis course liad defeated the Know Nothings |ia iVirginia;'whereupon Wilson replied in ja bjold and manly declaration of his FreejSoil principles,; and assured the South that ! the freemen of the North could; never be made to ignort the issue between Freedom and Slavery, or to advocate the latter. It is said to h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

For the Republican. The Democracy in Secret Council.—More 1.Talk Exposed. At a late hour, on the night appointed, the j Democracy, Who had gathered from all jpafts of the county,r' holed? in the same back I room. I reconnoitred the premises and found [Ithe key hole stuffed with paper, tbe/windoW, ; blinded with an old cloak, and/tin umbrella thrown down inn the floor/to stop the crack under the door. A serttinel had been placed, outside tojwaicb/tbe movements of your reporter. Fortunately, he had seen 'Sam' somewhef|, and immediately conducted me to a scat in the front room, directing me to 'make my escape before they caine out. I heard distinctly all that was said, jbut saw bo one. Having rib light, I could take no notes, and must; report from memory. When I was in a;pbsjtion to listen ^ I heard Ebenezer * going it1 He was 'giving it' to the Know Somethings awfully, j He said they were * men destitute of merit, having no pubHc virtue on which, ti) r^ly.' They were ' political...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

ivrmn yrovl stria. / '. ' Jj | Bbirdt, March 10 ^ 1855/ ; Yob have probably received long ere this the litter ijiifhicH 1 wrote the latter part of January, giving an account of our voyage acrosi theiAtlaniic and arrival at Malta. We spent! three days at' Malta . with some missionajres j^ho ^ere residing there for their health. With therii we visited the celebrat ed Palac| of the Knights of St. John, and rode to S;. Paul's. Bay, where the great Apostle suflercid shipwreck, as recorded in the S^7th 4»*d 2cjth of Acts. This spot was ot\ course pecuHarly interesting to us, and gave rise Jto many thoughts which I have not time now |to express. We could hardly realize that we \fere standing upon the samegrpund wherp the . first missionary to the gentiles stood 18$C y«4rs ago. We visited several other scepes an!d objects of interest upon the islanil, arid on the 3d of February, after bidding! adieu to-the ihissiouary friends, who had kindjly crit'jrtaiiied us, we once more set.sail...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

Teacher's Association- r The Susquehanna Co. Teacher's Associa-; tion met pursuant to notice, in the Church ori Gibson; Hill on Friday May 25,1855,- at l'0..'clockjA. M. , ! While waiting for the arrival of the'officers (none being present) the Teachersaridothers assembled, listened to an address .by Prof. \V. Richardson upon the duties ofitheieaeh-. eV—f-the iriiperative demand for better^eack/ ersi—and ihe necessity of teachers doing all' in their oower to iiriprove in the art oftoachfe' '¦ ['¦'' '-- ' " ' ''' The Association then adjourned to meet at one o'clock P. M. / / I Afternoon sessiori*.—The Association again assembled aed organized" by Uie election of Win. T.Case Pres. and B. F. Tewksbury Sec. pro tern. . " ••' On invitation Prof. Richardson then opened the session with prayer.. On, motion, the subject of school government; and the best mode of instruction was taken up for discus- . Prof. Richardson said a young teacher labored under great difficulty on first 'goi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

-M-i;.'- '.' v- HOTIOE. "-";"'. ^^m^ss^im tqg^^ V3W,:.--y,'j ;v :;***%¦* Si- 1't . xJi*** *4oA»i' &y;- ¦ >^-' h.1: MNtLSrd RBAlf Ssr^^^s wsjr, or on approved credit — ¦ ; < "> [Montrose, May;!; 1865/, •;-,......". BROADCLOTHS, Ke^eylnc^rSea^cVj^ jSummer Stufft, ted. a general stock of Staple Dry Goods, just received arid for sale right by <!) I' , - ,1 BBNTLEfiREAD.¦ SH?"f* P*ito». Lawns. CnaBies,' tfmgbaffl7 KJj.Merrittsc andCocheco Prints, kc 4c.for jsle byj :-j mammZm iB: K^N ?Sk. JUS?0M' Jewels, Sammet Shawl* AJ Bkck Sifts, Dress Trimmings. Ac, Ac for sale br . ; / arartmrtREAD.; Sk?tK','ur' ^l^orn, Panama,, Strsw- aiid Palm Q Hats, Umbrefiss, Satchels. Window Paper 4c **¦ _ BENTLEYA READ. UT^^temr& TJtKUGS; Medicines, Paint*; On^Dvestnns^aadTi ±f general assortment of Patent Medicines, jmjt in and for sale by BENTLEY * READ. SOLE and Upper Lcathtr, Patent Kips, CatfSWnT . *nd a good supply of Boots andfaoes conatant-T?-*™?L .Baitn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

a: ¦ ]:iSiSS^ A. SEW and ringulirly successful remedy for the ¦ fX- em* of allfBDUoni^eases^ostivenek' Ina-«MUW Jaundice, Drop^, Rheumatism, tMstftuigP^^uvNervousnew, Ir^tability, rnflg^matibm ^KUehe. Patas in tho Brvaat, Side,U?iek awl LimbZ FemaTc Complamta, 4c] kcl Indeed/ve>y. kw -ui *e diseases in which a Putative Medicine ill not more or less required, and much sickness and suflfertag.might be prevented, il a harmless but effectaai ef*h»rtic were more frefely uSed. No person can feel weU^J Ue a costive baljit of body preTaW: bcsideiL %Sn^tXSST m-^k^' ¦M'Wksii' fiS3 daeases! o^cXlw^°°d r"****- T"-« ls»S. ^.^TrS^'«*? "^l*""*. »««1 BUlionsderangS* ^?m>r ^l "B tend to become or prudude tt»dSi' hearses aJI over the land. jHencc t< reliable smSr physic is of the first importinee to the put&c hwltlf and this pul bms^n perfected wit^coWmmate sbn U> meet that demand. , An extensivtSonta TMe» by Physicians, Professors, and Paienta, has sEqwn r&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 14 June 1855

Fotirth o«f July Sabbath School Celebration! \ meeting of the Sabbath School Teachers of Suscnehanna County and -others was held in the Acade-•er Hall June 9th for the purpose of mating airan'gcinentj-for a general Sabbath School celebration on !io 4th of July, to be held at Montrose.! v Committees were appointed to obtain an able speakvr.pnod music and refrethmentti • - Committee of Arrangement*. Mr. L. F. Fitch, " ' Miss M. J. Mo«,.j " A. Chamberlin, ' » M.C.Wilson, • " ,J. Riley, < " S. Lyons, •' Geo. Pickering, " F. Read, ' ^"o. Lewis, . " Elizabeth Biddle, • Henry Dnnfcer, « Eudora Kceler, ffiss J. A. Dunmore, Mrs- George Lewli, - rrmmittre.on Finance.—Daniel Sayre, Saxon Wflwn„ SamuelJessup. Committee on Speaker and Afuiic.—I. L-'Post, Charles Foster, H. H. Jessup. The names qfthe Committee on Refreshments will 1'C given next week. % The several echools of the county are invited to r aeet.i.n the Academy Hall, at 4 r. jl of each Saturdav tin the 4th, to practice music...

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