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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

E0BBBT OF LINCOLH. , | ¦ F- . I, .¦ -. 1--. • P. [From Putnam's Magazine for June.] | j wrvyainv tctLix tiKTjarr ",; t -. Merrily gwingiiig on briar and weed;" : - «, Near to the nest of bis KlUq dame, :'*)[: j Over the mountahi-sidi orjpcad, i .- ' f ! Robert of Lincoln fei telhf|g hia mime: j J ¦ | Bol>-oMink, boU-o'-lihk, | . ;| Spink, spank, sjpink \ ' - > ! f '' ¦ Snug and safe is that nest of ours, [ , . \ i Hidden among the summer! flowers} I [. Checichec; chee. | ¦' \ i • ¦ vuue,tuiee-viiet?j ' J ? ' , , " Robert of Lincoln is gjifly drest, j' -! \ "Wearing a bright black wedding:coat; \\ White are his shpulders and white his cresi,\ Hear him Call in his merry note; i Bob-o'-lihk, bob-o'-link, j i, Spink, spank, spink; ¦ .[" \ tjook, what a nice new coat is mine, \ Sure there was never a bjrd so fin^. . I. ! CheeL chee, chee.] |. Robert of Lincoln's Quaker wife, \ ; | . . Pretty and quiet, with plain broWi wingSj Passing at home a patient life; \ A Br...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

Hew Hampshire ^legislature. ; |, CoNcouD, June 7. (jwyerhor. Mctealf was inaugurated to-day atiio.on,|and delivered his -first'message'ti> the Legislature. j • | : He iTecomnends as jittle legislation as possible a but that ngricu! turp should i be encouraged as a'preventive to Western emigration ; ndjvtses a guarded action in relation to corporation p rivelcges, and recommends certain changes in the management of the pub lic schools, us.well as Ut^ ^establishment o!f a Slate ReformjSchool. Tt^| Governor denounces the liquor, traffic as a! public nuisance, and recommends jthe enaetm^Ot of a prohibitory law, with provisions for! la limited dissemination of.liqaors iu certain ca^es. His niessage is elaborate upon tho subject, of the! foreign born andjtheir influ^ce upon the religion and politick of the Gentry. The repeal ofthe Missouri Compromisc,.and the passage of the Jpbrajika act are Emphatically dendun-«cd as/vio'.ittions of plighted faith, and a ^great wrong jupon...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

JLBMJCCT STOCK Ot '-'," stnmnEB GOOB8 AT ;' j;p.vowkffi:yi; V" '"_ TA^K now offer to the public tho moet choice tnt ~ v v the lantst sttlm of Goods to be had ant where In the country, and for the very lowest price? without variation '. : READY MADE OiOTUlXQ. SUMMER OTttEg. L L, Post* Co. have \^ made a large addition to their stock of clothing consisting now of ererythtag desirable forthehnjer atsuchiprlccs aa ate swb to suit. „The ^ods are made first rate, and we.warrant the work to be eotud Ifnotsuperi«;to any ever before offered in ihis market. , Our stock comprises Coats, fine Waek^Frcnch Socks, Frocks- and Bmlneas; Tweed, Cassufaere and JoAti Sacks ahd Frocks, also brown and white Summer jJWin and twilled. Vests—White and colored MarsaillH. Valentia, Lssfing, figured BaratlieS, figured silk awh&ain, and every variety, good and cheap. : PaSTS^-^8 ^^^t'll*sancre» docgldn, col.tweed, j Summer stuftt^fineh: drill, cbttonade, stripe, phun, . I check and plaids, lo cheap as...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 21 June 1855

BUSINESS CARDS. f -¦-¦-—--•—- : ... :.. --¦TT .-¦¦-, ¦ — *¦ -.- ¦--J-i ,. .'-¦ —-^77 . T. R Orchard, M D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Jackson, Susque hanna county, Pa. Residence at the Postofflcc, Hall & Lamb, ' . CABINET MAKERS, have recently opened a warct room in.New Milford, Pa., and ;wlll keep constantly on hand all kinds of Cabinet-ware; also Readymade Coffins. Funerals attended with or -without « hearse. Ware-room nearly opposite J. Dickertnau'fe Store. ' New Milford, Hay 15,1855. ' 20— ly t' A. & £ Baldwin. MANUFACTURERS .OF SADDLES, HARM3SS, Trunks, Whips, &c^ in the Basement of Searte's Hotel, Montrose, Pa. ; '0. M. Simmons, BO OT AND SnOrfMAKER. !Shop first door cast of Odd Fellows' UaU, Turnpike St., Montrose. ~t~ ~~~ W. Singleton \ dAN now be found at his new stand on; Owego 11. two doors west of Searle's Hotel, where he effectually repairs with dUpatch, Watches*, Clocls, Jewelry, Guns, and every description of Machinery. Whccl'cutting; Gun and Wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

6ofresf>o.)Je.)ce Cor' retpcndcnee of the Republican. Travelling Kites of an "UntravelledTrav leller."—Hog. PECATOsjtCA, Winnebago Co, Iff., June IS. Ei"8.'Ri!PCBt!c}*!«_:—In my previous letter I promised to give youUomc of the general impressions n&& 1 have received from my as yet very limited ¦ yiticctf the' VI est, and also to sketch a brief outline picture of that grand central point of western trade and traffic—that grand half-way-house of emigration /rom tie East, the rapidly progressing city of Chicago. STo-thc inhabitants of an eastern town, where growth and progress are so slow and steady, it seems almost incredible that the towns and cities of the west should advance with such wonderful rapidity. • No'better illustration of this-astonishing increase can be given than in Chicago, where, in 1840, there wcrelcsstban . '.fin't inhabitants, but now, in 1865 we behold awidcfpr. afiinjr city teeming with a population of ovtfcSOr ' Itjs not, however,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

——— ... ' for the Republican, _ ' i Beminisoeneet' The happy fccnes of childhood days Are in mv inemory still, The farm-hquse in the blooming vale, Below the rising hill, The spreading tree that near it stood, Where, whetj school-hours were done, T «ported Jong in cooliug shade, Hid from the setting sun. The orchard; near the farm-boose grew, The cherry trees were there; •How oft 1plucked the golden fruit, Luxuriant and fair—The garden, (too, jn memory lives, The rose-bush and the flowers,. v •The dewy patfts I often trod tn summer's morning hours. ', '*', Tliat verdant grove remembered, too, Where jouthful accents rung, .:l". -••' The happy children there that met—" The merry songs they snng. ''...-. Tn as wheri^ the crystal river flowed, A long and winding sheet, ; • The waters murmuring gently by .'" That vcrdiint, cool retreat. '; • 1 Oh.the greengroves! thathappy timet The "loved one "too'was there; Her smiles can never .be forgot, Her form jso dear and fair. .'..'•&g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

LETTEE FEOH SYBIA-HO. 2 '^ BEIRUT, Sviua, April 9,-1855. Forjiseveial days past I have been promising .myself the pleasure of writing to you, and now I have just return'ccjS from a week's excursion on Mount Lebanon, with, ttiv head so full of matters atrd thitigi that if I RhouUjI spread them all out on paper, thev would fill more fetters than I could find time or patience to write, i I will hot attempt at present to give you an account of this excursion, but will state some particulars rcjativc to our manner of living in this far-offland. Since jpc'arrived in Beirut we have been boarding at Mr. Waiting's, Who is one of the oldest Missionaries in Syr>. The houses here are all built of stone stone being much more abundant and therefore much cheaper than wood. A large proportion of thc'peoV pie of fecirut, perhaps one-third or one-half, live without th£ city walls in the siiburbs,'or gardens, as "they arc called, wlicre grow' hirge groves ofMuIberrv, Orange and Fig trees....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

; A Dltt. AT MAXUfG BOAiS. JJ^|.n^ SUeici^s. i j FronJ Mborc's Rural Xew Vorker. [As a scrikon:tl.I<>, pcrtinont,.and!sprightly descrip£i.m ofihv way our Triads hre worked, wc frj-ve pljiet*, to "the fi.dIow.ing Isohlcwhat lengthy arli4l*f Aiijr tiiie.'wlio lias "Worked out ?o niiicbas a"p<>Il ta.\" bn .i- count ry Itighwaj,- will liable to appreciate flte life like sketcli.-^E.Ds.1 ' "i ; » '' J j A glance |vt jjotir artk-K .entitled * JJoads atiil Hbad Mhkjiift' sudden!V suggested t,ti my recollbotion jf^f fnaterials of aiskeWh Wltich I had frequeiitlj- conteiiipiaU*! on that; sulrr jeet, and so tjmiiiently f arcicalj ns you! suggest, is the \v! ole process of aiiuuanv molesting inother earth in rural-«n: mds of drivers and diggers, tli^lt you will pardon mc for,carrying] out a neglected intentjon.:.' I j need scarcely go sp far back as the town nnjeting proelaiiiation,wljich EstjtiireSon'u'bodv makes from the top| op a barrel invoking the £ood ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

¦H .''¦-.. Ingratitnds, 1/ [ I take no part in politics,' and a wor thy young man to [trie, repentiy. The; same remark is often heard, and from the mouths of t|ie best men in the community.}. And a ye-' ry large class act on" that principie, .though they inay^not avow it^ Now are riot all per'- swns souiewbat ungrateful for thle: blessing of bur free institutions, if they tail][ ia¦¦ dp wlmt is in their power:.'."to- purify; and Strengthen Uw>«oinstitutiousI Do^aiaik^deserve to liye in a great arid glorious;cpuntrj^likethis, w*ho d-HjIares Ms ihdiffercri^[Ip|theJp^Uticar rneastircs \vluch raise pigsink -tbliScoiuritTy ? Men who refuse to taiw^pM,in[; politic^ .piight to leave, the natioriTand settle under a European despotism, [where tfiair rules wil 1 kindly relieve tlierii pfallsharerin the government .Tjjujy^vilJ riof— in Russia: or lt--a!JT» foT »Mt»4i«3^be; beared tv^ papers and speeches, calls to caucqsses, and appftds to'5get their names pri the [check list' arid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

Moral Snaiion vsl Corporal Punishment I . f: . j! I , , For the Republican !., "!i ^ cliooi:«ovcrnroeht seems to have hecn the subject iinih-r tliseusaion at the mcetinK of the [Susquehanna Tff^-rsi-^wintioii, May 25th,; 1855 ;' ami from the re^0rt off the Secretary there seciuf. to linvebeen btit <>iijy.!i>[ic|tii;g roice to the total nbolishhicut of 'cpr> Jiq'tal pjunishriicnt in schools. !•'.'! |i ' K?1T |!t[is surprising' hat the TeaehereJ—"Wise meli frohj the East," and perhaps font the iXorth, South nnjli We«{—should denounce the wL«dotii ofSoIoinon, «l|!ch .-ia.ts, "spare the rod and spoil the child;'* anil cv|-h denounce the gre it and futidameiital principle of jtovej-nment, whichladiu Orlp'n in | the Deity alt tli<j (oundntifan of the *orld,and has been the only effifitlic iirjnciple in the Divine and Civil government frojir thttjtitne to the presont—to end in cfEcacy only wiili oto i iiity. The ver y Urst Diviiie command shows th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

: MOfnROSE.PAj v,, J;|? Ttaunday Morning, J"*^ *® ^221 ^•The rewiliibc no paper issued firom this office.next week.! j Reason-Fourth of July and Job Work, j \ ' ¦ ¦ -"¦ : - we ! ;»^%evcraf communications Which intiendeddiould appear without fail, this week, 1 M^unavoidably: deiayecl(tiU our; nex tfissiie. Our f«enda .mrislihaveipaUej^^ ^-.f>io^el;'Kirin^'^6se^[;'namo;b so frequently before Ae^ttMi^>8«t.forn.lii'To^ waBdai'Br^dfo td Coririty, Poland U the,*on "«fSiinoh Kinney ^i formerly a lawyer of *xfenswe nwi^cei In Bradford County, but whotMleaintasifas^re, and/r|movj>a to I jheffiert many years ago.,,;,."'_ -,..-' .-[•,:. ./-, ;-: *-^r* Oliver; the [Boston correspoijdent • of the -N. X. 2W6«ne."kys tliat the rcs|it of the split in the K^ N. Convention will^e, to Massachusetts, the formation of a Republicar party, that w!H *ompriso the Frec-Soilers /tnosi of the WhTgs, and a large portjpn o -IheDemocraJs, arid will control the.politic •of thc.Stato by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

| SiaU -w/ii^l'H^^wjIiJulSL ,.. ¦ :¦; ,/[l|l^^?«|rt^S^|^_«^ % ^^^Pi?^;; ^Iv|r^^^^e9 wlch: it|fp^^ i j 1st, ..'•''TWf^ea.rsyaiokithj^..:*^^^®? principal ooliticfit partie^whjchaV ftolf ,j\a* tjioual ConVentir|i9, arid riomihated candidates; for the Pircsidencv hi 1853;; to wit: The liPcia«i5Pft\<s,, .t|e 'Whig,' and «Free-Soil ; K -2d. T)F thesf! parties^ only ono^thc Dcriv: ocratic, rmw. exists in an organized 8$atc.; Although jit hasjibeen greatly weakened/by i the same causeAvyhicb, have .oyerjthrowni'UiS ! Urganizatibnpl the ot^er't^o^vet^wayiibe^ tog- -nnfSwsentfdry^P having.it* chiefi^trengthiiri' thejsputh;where t.hcse dis&gariifjipg/^ tri'thasaf-e exient, arid[liay)rif[a!so ftejp i«ession[oft&e National Government^,and being kep^[togetu>r by [the ':cbbcsiyo/pp*cr[of ' p^mib/fm^'iit .haskept up ^rfie.fsho^ bf vitality.'' ''"':J -! ////¦''-"'" .'¦:////;'=/;i:?[// :'?ii'^ 3rd. |The whig party is irihttutteiiy dts* organized stat|, arid[there...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

m vWhvivM 1 u ni^^^Mij itWto^KS F. REA» ASD It:' B^ JU^^^=

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

The Pnsi1ioii of tiie Bemootatie Party- V ' .T6e following facts rind expressionspt opin- i 100,1138^001160163 and proraiscously thrown tosether^wiU give some idea of the! present position of. the Democratic party on the] Slavery question. It isevident that any7par- i ty that gets ahead of theDemocxacy insnbscr- i Tiency to the South,a has got to get up early I [hi the morning." ;' '• '.;-'• j V i ;! .1 .1 s/ A / First we give the platform ol the Georgia -u -democracy, 'as reccutli^adopted ^ iri a State j Clonvention, as follows: .- | • 1/ The trniori—but the Onion as sewnda- S , jy to the reserved rights of the States.'- n ' H. The total non-interference with Slavery, p anywhere, in tfhe States, in the Territories j .and at the District of Columbia/ :: j» • /:>-% [The mamienance^Be-TOgWrc Slavei * [/iiw.just as|5t/ ^ without amendment and f ¦ '..«jthbrit repeal! i!-^ -.¦:'-"'• '.. •.'•'- ¦'._ "/• * :r'^--i'^\T!be^prJiruarfe»': established by the Ne- -ji teasha-Kansas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

tnat me Mm^ ,^^^^^ Our friend, 3. 3., %, writcf^a pe- , ruBril, in a late nuirijier of th^; tlepub|ican, of thri letter from a R^mnnj Ca tholic Uj. H.' «• j^,p, recalls to^jnd 'tfTf^^ experieneeof Ksi&iu M* M aaaressed acrpufl1**of«5seh| jbl inNwMih^rp,'trrthhr *ountv, and shortly; after[ received fi oni th« place V letter, which, with his reply, we ^ give below, 8uppressiri|[tholnamcs of both par; [ties.' '-.. -V.ilj " i ¦ •_,-, ',oro I iJeoio | New, MiWoanr^nu .,-.,o.; Mr. —— Sir :!-How. surprising !—tliat,J ) at the piesent day;,r-an aa<*Ve«-phrpprt.ng ; to be-dcr,vered,^to the Pupils ol/a/country , school,—should btl;tinct;urcd so.dcfp—with the Die commoidyi used by "'t.^^S crivious Prbtestatit.4, in .the collorini of Catholicism. :'], ]' [ • . i .; ionie nsivis It appearea ;wunc —''.v.. tcntively to your ><lddr<>ss -that th> common slang-- Roiriish [Church^ W.h Inqu.-sition," &c &c.,-f coupled with the,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

mmmmmmiimsss^ ¦ mmi^^^WSB^^(mr< ¦ I . ¦ -' -I ^ipBP^Woft^^^r^^gave-se: .-' .-^'^S^^^^^^^^ant0^'!it for ^^^^^i^^i^^^^^^^^^^'^c-'' ^^E^|3g^-'|ME%6r8.- .'[Th^-Govcrriorj: ¦" " »T^K[^^^p!I^fi^<|^i^epaU es,V and other [ ^f^ffp^i^rilfflyS^f J^rA^e^tt^ ; [,[?.i^It%^entibn# ;m; l4)f^^ . 3*jthaf:ifora^ - e^fM^an9>iand:a|ttih^ pji,-.'on-..J^o^i9^f a)n%o^-A SOTt^%^lio1 had ;*feint a Iwoirk ofart to .the' Now Yotk:%rygtal ;Pa!a»^^^ti^P«nat;disTai^ -. - ';.£^e%jg^^ -'' fiw/nnembargo on the-jfrif^rtotipn^pf such w»s»ii8eaia^^ < ed to^: a«[:t^tii^lM#!l^ ^^ Ma^^^^^y^j^^ ^v^1^ \ ^M^Ba^t fat^^.^.^^//?//^!:'^///;:^v:,^-/-:^!i/^/;.= ^ '•' j !j -^-Ritbsia is a^jpareutly^repart«g,:for a -j Ibrig \var//;Thei ^OyeffiSie^ISs crimtriCHced the construetipri,pt&1r[o^^ Fintaiid to Sweden^wouhd:thk>h#^^ feriiity of'th^GriilfOfBoUriligl^we^ of [ whi<mRiM|sta••thay ' ¦ ¦ flt^&t^?9vg&-;a\l j "the m^t^^p^w^h/thc^lo^^fi^ I getting intorBn^i^i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

/11 QBo fepB^J^f &ffJa^^Mi^ v,.;.-Ji .^tys^^^^^^^^xWr^M --"^-|t;lapgiBr^£yj^oiK.w^^)^^^^w$^ to I nbmina^.'dil^g^ii'^^^l^^pSWt^ StJ|6c Conventibi^tel^^ thl l2tii'bf^y^S9^gJl^i]u^^ ealfchad.beiritpnWr^ anftbeE 'l(>r^W^.^i#'^i^^i.# ' ^Ir tent-'.pre'piled' ;t^iSMTOr^^W fu#y,«ft>et^^iH ! w|a Silti*8iel¥^*e Vtl&tilier#ah«^ ;ti|Knos^^ii^M;Sh^^ 1^|ortc4;.hy t^[^^wwt8js-Co^t^f ' j cMlra^al^ &;:V

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

New YoAk.—The State Gomniitlee'of the republican party in New Yoirk h« jnst issu> 'i, circular taking ground against the^ea-«rr.ii of new slave States, and recbmmBndtng ,hi citizens bf the State to confei/no .publifi ffine upon nnv oriesin fevor of such creation ^ °Z.to reject all minor differences jn?order iTat New York may present an unbroken front against slavery, the circnlar~adds that a State Convention will be called in the month of August next, to present a State ticket. Th s circular is sent out in order to secure co-oi«ration in the selection {pf delegates. This party elected Governor Clark at the last i lection. * [¦'-•

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

S-*---—f iT7'=TT7^*-"i''«'---' •S.^l«->?W«o»pSiB«^S=K5S ¦\ •¦ ¦¦: yqTTOEs:.fc: ¦¦ :}•;^ " ' ^ bbath ^tao«lCelebr|rl!tIa>B. . .' •*:«'-">'" ORDER OF EXIBCIStS. /I/!/-1." /,•-.. ChlMiW,[Teachers, and Friends.will-nieetat the Baptist church at 84 o'clock A. M. ' -.! . [,-, ; ; Fro«!8sion to be formed precisely at'iiine under the' directkmofWro. H. Jcssup Esq.—Marshal for1 the dsV—and march to iho Speaker'* stand—where an •ddreiifwffl be delivered by R. Q, PARDEE of'New York city, whwtf distinguished services, in behalf of sabbatl schools, have given him a wide rcputatibn as a Philanthropist andOrator. -"'..'¦'/:' '"'- IThe Slontrost Brass. Band wfll accompany the procession. ¦ .;. , ',, .]: Aftett the Address the .procession tig again to be, formed and inarch to the Grove for Rcfreahnients—provided for Children, Teachers,and invited guests. Mire WorktinUieEvening. Nori.—The friends of the school out of Montrose arc des^ to contribitte refreshments and other aid a...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 28 June 1855

=—twt-:—=—. -. ..: ;^^j*M«r«a-Af»WMrtl«^..:.^^i?;,., !- : .t|«N^'}tIT[A ST<5.; ATI.''-/ ;v-TU£isulk^»iber would again anjiouuee. tohUcus-, -..toijicrt jmd.the public gcnernllv that he Bos re-^ eelved a lair^e aWoitmcnt ^f BOOTS AND SHOES, which, jic:iaaends" selling for Read,; Par/ tiventy per cent, clicapt^ thin can be bought in this market, (the Gcnuin<) j^ojjt.arid Shoe Store down Town or th.e Knre CUanCq for Bargains,- up tpvru,,n!Ot,cxccptcd.p"Ottah.Stoati" may be found the first door East of the Odd Fellows'. Ha}l, Turnpike street, first floor. At i" though ;nol; t)uito so commpdious as sum* "stoahs," j yet, it aiiswers our purpose very-well for thepresent: ' NettliC^ cajiiwe promise our; enstmriers'that par "es-d tablislimcnt^will not be "surpassed" by anv in; the/ countr^ sobji.'birt we will protiiis*d our customers that • we, will sell Boots ondShpes to suit ii» "iiualTty and \ price. . Oip-j stock embraces a gct'ienil variety .of new nnjlelcgatitstjleiof.La...

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