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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

!'-'H0iSfJSOl?J*'|g|8rT'r - J^\ RADlJATO^^ ^mk»iB»'tfwVulvendtypf>' ewj IT i'orkjwittbs ln.l(|>nt^on.thc6th,'Jt%and the^man- &m$ i^\,C W&^r™~^W c>!tla luffiiiSttonof (Wty?&®^%*t& &pin'vRa^i^«M,W!^^M^^" ConSi^'DJscJuws t* the^rand-eir^Wervotts W^aEiS^sl^iiCu PidicuIiir- atte^tiottjgtven to a^^^moW^^i^^^ fl^i*??; 5tfi«ctions of 0k JJtejnxi.radically euTfdr- ^' ^TZ'. <£*., aKa^- MwWiy, h«viiig Voftlnwuatant study^a ¦ praeUcejl5W|Bi»st ittpjfve ^rsj^ffbavm^ W« mirodu^ed; Hoi«*papiy jJnlS Btiia^aj#ojV, J«i. Jt, ,!*¦ 184T. nisplaViof ^eatmanf fs-toita^ao/ranrfjffictt-. eioiM, a^d-dlfferent from that^f an^ ether phywcWni and cttr<*9^'heart^Wt caspTlfraJVstages of thefflseaseT f«-Dr. Harris has teatiinonlalanf chataeter, -abjfe itf^i-'»«ft,'''from"^iniin6er::tt^e^th^emTnetit m'edicdmeri iii,.the^clty,of ^ewjYork^ongthem; . -thccefebtated'Dr. jValehrtne Mtitt. ~/-*-_'^ -;¦' y^ ¦ Persons wlshliigipronipt relief.or ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

-' J^^J&^SS^^^^^tSw ^^n^S^P ' saMaV * ^^H^^^^^Bi^BB&P^BE^^^^^^' '" ^ti&$$m t&* n^^feJ^PSSSSflSions. geaS^^tf^wfSV^<Back and Qnibv. F^SlH$roplat^.*c,:l:c. ;ij*a ^ <W. «« thedbjei^s.tnwhfcli a-Pu"Vg>Uke. -'Medidn*i 1*.^. more oiltaMtrcqulrtdd; injl much rfckiiess and sufferitnrmiglit he prfevented,;« a harmless, but *««&** fithartie were more fieelv used.- No person can feel well wliffc a costive habiLof l*dy prevails; brides, it soon rgene«t«^*if :a'rf|t«fi«''- «"al <hscases, which iHgntnave-.ocen,p6id4d: by tlie;timely and 1udiclbto'infe of it good iJhfgafSre."- Tlrfsls (dike true «f Colds: feverish STmjitoftisilftm! Billions derangiifocnts.: Tliey-all tend tdibccoi'rtc or prudiicetheilcep geeted tand formidaWe |istcmpers which, load the i hearscaalt over Ao lanBr v;H|sii«» a rtJiaWe ;family hnbrslc 1' of the first importance to jthc/pnmic ^iith, I tad this pUt has b£cn;petfe«cd with consummaft ikill tofmect thatd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 30 August 1855

! " ^^^SRS^^^f S^mer.:5WW* ASi|^*^ T?ig {' Reived «nd oriened the hn«»t,'l»»««»«st «"»d COT>* to tS^«HVwhi^ife ofTa|at« sn^.«dvam;nj«>m W% otitaning goods'; at ahoW t*«tMra*^th»Ji»aaIj pAati'r ... j .-.[ ..- A-'- --^JijL: -A^m^ - AU»,» large asbrtment ot Stf < ~^^^S' f 3 «>r Udles Wear, I hew jtyfesBrocado, Stnpej_PM*j plai^WJdctaiajaihlelEal k^pfW^H^^^ l.S2at< ha of LadM Dtea« <Hipds,.^r«a» - U» Mj, i StcTiseonetanlSwiwEdgtngaand J^serUngs^tavcs; Mltfc Hoalery, Mcils!and Parasola..;. , j^,-,„„ erory t»hg that;is,rich andfashionable, hoth. fotelgn ""iSno^et Penitmont bVlt fffung:-. completef -irateaciiig the nryW«t styles, with. Trimmings- U> fA^estenrfveiassjjrtment of'-'W* Ifnens, ^apkius toweling, table coveps, curfains &c. . ... :-¦ - . > Wcfitve also: a supplv of Shirts, GcntlemciiV Collars, Suspendersi Cloves timhrallaa and a good many o*er aiticlea Wo ijUmcMus to mention. For bargains the publU? is respectfully...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

;* too panrnJAi.! ;! [The hour was fast approaching for the departure of the New Haven steamboat from Mr berth at New York, and the! usuaVterowd of, passengers, and frituids of passengers; newsbdys, fruit-venders, cabmen and Idock loafers, were assembled on arid about the boat.— We were gazing at the motley group; from thp foot ot the promenade deck stairs," when oar attention was attracted bjr the singular action of a tall, brown! Yankee, in an immbnse wool hat, chocolate colored coat and pantaloons, and a faincjr vest! He i stood near the starboard paddle box, and scrutinized sharply every female who came on .board, e\erv now and then consulting an enormous silver bull's eye watchj which he! raised from the depths of a capacious fob,- bv means of a powerful steel chain. [After mounting: guard mithi s manner* he dashed furiouily do;vvntho gang-plank and up the wharf, rc-app>.iring on; board almost instantaneously, with flus£ edi face, expressing thejmost intense unxi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

TH£ M0E1|0M CITY OFiNAUVOO. .ITie editor of| the Keokuk Gate Citv thus descr'bes Nauvoo, Illinois-, the former city of the irprmons, as' it appeared to1 him on a late visit:;. '¦.;!•• ! ' ' "Putting up at;the Nauvoo {Mansion,' the! former residence <)f Joe Smith, and the ren-i dez^'°V^^_of his!clan, wei found it a cool, eoun-' tryfied hotel, surrounded by shrubbery cv-' cry thing neatly ;kept and cared for, and'imparting a fresh, wholesome air. The hostess was the former wife of Joe, who with heri presetit husband, and children by her former spouse, still resides on the premises she en-1 tcred jvith the prophet, when the Saints first! Jounded the city, j She informed us that she,! na* resided jn the 'inansiou' far sixteen! years.,' During that period she has witnessed the origin, growth, and decay of the city • the .inception of^a new religion, the most strange conglomerate of truth, fanaticism, su-! perstiuon and arrant cheating that was ever I inaugurated in ajciviliz...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

1 •goefg. oohfch-,: . Fr'din 1'Hfnamt MonVihj for Sfptemhcr. SITKKEN TfiEASUEES. Whcn-ilic uncBsy Haves uf lift-'subside, 'Ami the «>Dilici3 oeuan sleeps in.glussyjrcst, -I --,-.;, tuliiiicrg^d 1i(i£<>:iil or sloim or tide,' '. . ' "Tlie troayurc? «.uhi>red in its £ivedy bi-east. Thore still thoy shine, through the,translucent past, Hr doswi on that forever q-uiot floor,' ' \i> twrec ui'ihtav.-.l itf th'o doop shd! cast ' Them baok-^-no ware shall l?ash th«:i to thc-h'orc. 1 «v tbom pi-iiming, bcauimil'as Mhcn '' . Eiviihih; :h.>y floated, convovs of niy-fatc ¦ Tin1 l'ii:k=oiW\oly tvohm!, noi.Io.men, ' '. J-ull-faiU'd ijith how-, slid ttoTeH with lore's out Ircmht. Tii3.!-!ii-.!:eii von:u;-.-s"<ir!i-.T h^:ul s.s weil Li;-.k i'.p to mi", a--- povfee! , ¦ !« ri; dawn'; * JlypolJeii p:ila.x-.lioave?.bei!ca(h JhesVeH • '' , To isivet lily lout-h, and is a^ain withdrawii.' ' Jhi'rc f'e.-p ;I:o oarly lrininp!n,.c?ieaplv won. That le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

.-. GOtNG OVER THE FALLS. . . J'roin fetii'r.-on's Maj.r.l?. in'c '. t IV e.'lATlI.ES J. I'ETBf.SO.T. Wl-s;.. .jv-lat the Qilaraet Il'iurt'. -•' Tivo.l v, .lit llu'ig travel, covered with'dnst. a::ii •iis;if---;.;i::o.-i at iior gciting anibin lacing tile rapid-:, my ri>i;ig irrl'abiliiy calininatej, when 1! w:'.s >in,\vii ini.i aT chttmU-r. up >ix pair i.f stairs iwxt ^ Jor.f (•) wliut'.soemeJ .a tn'isy i;iitii,n-nii!l. "" .- > - ' c •This iB a>.ni;n:ib' !'"."-'l sai.l. eivivsly. when i loRiir] mysolf alt.'iie with my a>iii;>aii!i»i). "s:'liming jennies at N./:lt;r. ".i !' ¦ . '• ¦'¦' My chnipatiion biir.-.t oirt. f;:iiLrliiiit?. ' ' 'Spinning jennies ! iiV till-- sctmd of.the raj.i.V; l^sunj. - v - ' , i • - And t-lirt rapids it.-vrn,s. B;i' to my dv-ing oay. / v. :>; .-n.ui.talin-thi; the 'fir-l. -"v.C.ui <;f Xiti^.ini,- abtitit which .v> mueli hiv- been"writ-l U-ii ai,.l- ,n j.i.L.-ticaiiyr is like j!:...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

j j The Testimony of John Wesley. ,ij prove uits by a'plain argument (let him sanswer it that can)-j-tliat no Roman Catholic doeslor can give security for his allegiance or peaceable behaviour." I prove it thusi It is a Roman Catholic iuaxiiu.-cstabiished not ..by private' men, but bv public couDdil, that'iNo faith is to! be. kept "with her. etiei.. Whether private jpersons avow Or disavbw it, it is a fixed maxim of the Church of Rome. But as long as jit is so, nothing can He more plain, that the! members' of the church can give no reasonable security to any government for theirallcgiance and peaceable^behaviour. Therefoi-e| they ought not to be; tolerated by any goi-ernment, 'Protest ant, Mohamedan or Pagan.! You say 'nay, jjut tpey take?an oath of allegiance.' True,' five hundred oaths; but the maxim.'no faith is to foe kept With heretics,']sweeps them all awayj as a Spider's web. j So that still no Governors,; that are not r^oraan Catholics,, can hbve any security of their ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

The True and Constant Heart . For the RtpuhlicanJf Oh, keep your bouses and your lands—. . Though^poor, I crave them not; I only ask for one true heart To share my humble lot Oh, what is wealth and what are lands Ifl sickness and distress? Be sufe a true and loving hear t * wP ^Tms morc bappiness. Give%je.» true and constant heart, To' share my weal and woe-^. Content to follow in my steps Wijiercvor I may go; A hejart from whose deep, inmost cell Fond pity's tear will start,. WTi'cpJipen's ingratitude shall mal;e \- Mj-Tjpsorii pain aad smart. Away with wealth, away with lands, But little joy they bring,. AniJ often, like a serpent, tliey Will ohann us but to sting. An honest heart, if true it'be, Is worth a world of gold, And brings its true possessor joys L'utliought of and uutold.. I woiild not sell the kindly word That from a true heart sprit. <^i, • ' . • For all the pomp that clusters round The greatest of earth's kings. Men still may strive for wealth and la...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

-., Progress of the Daeuerrean Ait ^ ehaye a distinct rem^brance of the; first Daguerreotypes takenkiri this eityi^V They were but famt, leadeUuetl sketches,] and yet they were considered; triumphs* of"' art. And so, indeed, they j were, when - theT exquisite power of which they were the open- -* ing fruits, are duly estimated; They .were: the first achievements we had beheld in j an'' art which, it was known, coitldjbeso hir.^erfeeted as to furnish us with life-like portraits of those we love orrespecti iFor a considerable time those Daguerreotypes remained" unimproved, and some ventured to donbt whether they could ever damage the value of painted miniatures. Slowly, but surely the art advanced, however. The first improveihent was by.a -liew-^iemical process, to render the picture more durable. Then came the Talbotypes, or portraits transferred s froih the plates to paper. Finally^ after ' years of patient expeigment, i we hare, the almost perfect paintings |>f the sun...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

| Thej Democratiti Convention- . ¦I ". ' ' i. j "• ' ".' I :!, . ¦; For the* Republican. - ; . | ^Vjith ihc interest a man Wiild naturally feel for Jic party ho n'afc acted juithi far a'series >f .'years, j took! my seat a'n the Old Couft Room, last-Motidav, to iritti'e.~-s the proceeding i of- ihe^Democratic ConvoitilontCastingjmy'cye o rcr tlie assembly,/! wasptruck ; ajr the varict^.of," stripes') presented by the' del-1 rgates.-" Delegates of fprcjdiar «tripen were there, mid |sott;c ofi very pcdflit irUtrips? (Mr. Little especially,) niul there wcrejsome \iubitiluted Delegate*!1-It was a motley crowd iof all ttriprt. Old Hunlters, hartt as,adainant, were jittered, thickly, through that crovird-J-theyUhat. bcliavo ihit Slavery ought to be protected wherever tl^o Constitution .of- the United States is recognized, a6d that thai slaveholder.has a Constirutionai right t|> carry his! "property "with him1 into-anypaitof tlife. cojirtt'ryli ^ epleases. A softer ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

1 Great Rail ilMtdSlangbter. i t Terrible Accident 6n the Camden arid Amboy Rail Rond—Tth\ntjj tuo \Pert\ons Silled aiul Mighly ifoundkty. -i | Th^ciFL-uinsfauccjj'of the datastroplie are Vritflyas follinvB> . :x ; ' . • ¦ TUq lOo'dock traia-ftonUViIaJclpbta left punctually o^Wetliiesday mornihg, aqd cop-, sisted of five passenicr-ciirs; b:iggage-<»r, and locomotive. IsraelTAdajmsiwa* the engineer and Isaac Van Nostrandjthe conductor. ITio train reached Burlington] station5 |a fevf moments past 11 o'clock, ijndM-aited tho arrival of the. New-YoSt tr; hi from five to ten minutes. The up ^rainjnot making its appearance, the Philadelphia train moved onw'a.rd at a moderate rat*—the engineer keeping * lookout for thfs other train. It had progrcssed^bout a mile and a-half, when the expccted^iin canic iu s>ight[ and immediately gave, two loud< sharp blijws of the stcaniwbistlc, which' is this signnjl fojr the brakes and to reverse the engine. The engineer ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

lMEPESDEMyg§L||l. CHARLES F: EBAO An| it. H. FhAZlRtti ED1T0KS MONTHOSE.pfc •¦¦¦¦ • ¦¦ 1 ¦ ¦ : ' : ;- -I-H-' T' , ;¦• .-. Thursday Morninjf, Sept. Hi 1855.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

The Sham Democratic Hominatloas- Tlie sham Dcmocfacyjjof Stisquehianna county mc. in Convention at Montrqsej on Monday last, anil placed in nomination the fillowtog ticket: For Representative, Oliver LatKrop of iripringviUc; for Treasurer, Henry F. Turrcll of ^lontrose- for Commigsioner, ^orraan Foift of Xcw Slilfo rd ; for Audito r; Reuben IWclUofBridgcwatcr.. ] j ' After making its nominations, thb Convention adopt - cd for its platform the resolutions-adopted at tlir mcetirig of their, party m ttis couiity iii January last. These resolutions asseH that the opponcnU of the Democratic party have Jilways botn in tlie wrong oh every question of natlijiial impoitancc,.(likc tlie K<- braska Bill, for" in'staiicf;) tliat they wiil sustain the organization of tho iid'iuocrntic party; that slavery i cannot legally exist ini any territory till established mien by ' popular soveitignty.;' jhat the .general government should not ejitcud or perpetuate slaver}1; that the Xcbnxska ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

Deciaon oa the Liquor Law r ¦- 1 t '• llocamr^Rf Monday, Sept. 3, 1855. Judge Humphrey charged the Grand i|ury of Mourye County, to-^ay-that tho Mairie Liquor Lair .Yds constitiitiohal—that imported liquors qame within itji restrictibnsr and; tliat tlie Jury Vvas uot- to judge of its constitutionality: --.I; ; ' ' -- - .i;j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

Startling Scene in the Slave Case—Peaasylvania Aroused. Special Dispatch to the New YorkTrribune. Philaoewhia, Thursday, Aug. 30th, 1855. Quite a ibriHing scene took place in Judge Kelly's Court to-day during the trial of.the colored men charged by Col. Wheeler vrilb assault and battery, at the time his chattel* availed themselves of their, legal rights and left him."- Yesterday the counsel of the' Comrnonr wealth had it aH their own. way, and th«ir testimony went far to show that tho woman Jane was forced away against her will-^-that of Col. Wheeler was especially full and eir-" eumstantia), to this e fleet: In" the ^absence of the woman, the only person competent to testify fully to the question of voluntariness, the Colonel could atlbrd" to be j particularly strong ; but presto! in: thfr midst of procecdings this forenoon Jane Jolmsoii appeared in Court. She came in escorted by an officer and accompanied by^iMr-. Mott.Strs. MeK' nr, Miss Pugli and: Mrs. Plumby. She was put ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

' r . ; Kansas News; . '. . ¦ 7H\ Chicago, Saturday, Sept, 1; Ic'1-'' I'Judge -Elmore hasfwViUen a letter t<j^ Hon. Caleb Cush'mg, dated Shawnee Mis*"5 ; Aug -28dj in which, he states he'lw**^'' olated a single law of Congress or: <\r<k;'l'; the Department, and that he,i3.sati*fii^.^ his. etise is~prejudiced, and that his rei#* is decidedly^-on-the ground of policy.. i;e also savs that bvth'e-37ihsectron of the W^ sas-Nebraska act, ho JioMs his ofluW'it* years, and gives -notice' that he will restft^- action of the President through the <-f['; -The last unmbcrof the Squatteri^fy doubts the reliability of Governor M«??» ^ in regard to the Slavery question. j - Ohio—No oue: seems-to doubt the V^- in iOhiov The only ground of.spcculut:|";* \ . ns fto the character of the victory—whW^ ¦it.will bens Jargons that of last'y^j< ^ whether circumstances may not cnt rtp ^ a few thousands. Wo are gnititicd t?>. ¦( a letter from Mr Campbell, enip...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

i • Snsqhehanni. County,Agricultural Society- j ; ¦ ' | : j J j ] !¦ TCKSD.Whvc. Aug. 2Slli, I The Society iict' at the Court IIi>u?c ami was eallc.l ¦ j to'order by i]c iry b'rir.Ucr Esq.. ^i-c'5. W. H. Jtf-j jr.p sa< ii],ipiiliif ted Secretary pro tern. Tlie premium j . list was reaillofcr and ¦•discussoil, nnd .scvpr.il addi- | tiona made tllcS-cto, including the bc*td;t of Cvi?*, not . tcii thunfr^aiulthc best /?/? vf'fnt cattle. "On motion'; 1 qfTliontajJcllijifon, v\zor, liitlirop wiO- elccicl Tre.is- j ; urer to fill t'hii yacmiey cansed'by the removal of: ' , Geo. Fuller fet). On motion adjourned. . n~ j ,' . '"w*. H. Jessup Sec. j - ' £W The V >rmont State election was held on Tnes-I day last. Soii.r ashe.-inl from the Republican or | Fusion- ticket! is successful by alioflt 3 tq.1. The: j Sham Dcmofcr^cy arc overwhelmingly defeated. ,.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

i Senator Sumner. . , 'Tliis'geti leinaii, who has just returned from Lake?:superior, bas written a characteristic letter to Passmore Willhiinsoh, expressing his in'd giiat.ion at the outrage upon freedom aud fit .inanity. We regret that Mr. Sr was iio't oil hand, to-act as his counsel. A speech frotn him on that fruitful theme is just tlvi.thrug d.'inaiided by the times. The people lar'e lifit yet. fully uw'akc to the ojitrage which Fnjtdom has sustained in 'that' fyraun'tra! tiflaiK We believe that the thing >va. - ; delibcratcily' plaiincd/in concert with thu Gov ! erniiieht fit i'c at Washington, syith a view te ¦ overridotte Constitution and laws'. Wheel I cr's pltm.Jbacked by the Admini'-tratioji, \v:v ; to [«<s tlii-itig'i Pennsylvania, NirW Ji-rsey and New;1 'ork, with iiis slaves, and to sai fur the frei ¦ State of Nicaragua with'.tbJ-tn, nl undef color ofthe undefined immunity rof Foreign 'Minister. He is an exees{>i veb weak"mall-—as Mr. Benton ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 6 September 1855

" ' " ttutoigti ot *|«|b. ---• v-.:-. - n» DELAWARE, LAqKAWANKA M KD *Efe"iEB " - itAltKOAiill'v'; ' ; OS" and /after Monday; May Ttrr|j fasS, tho ilaJt Passenger Train .will dcu'aVt.fromScranton. &' 10.20 A', if. Dtfo at'SrCiu 6eud !xt\\30 K;«. Con/ ncctfngwklrthc Dunkirk.Kip-ess Wfest'on the K.'jy[ k E. K. R' . Passengers taking this train will a^rivo' in Dunkirk at 11:15 1W*., and in tfiw Yo* M/flrlf-' r.«.'" .-: . .-: .-'[I¦:•¦ ' / .:.. Returning, Will leave :.Creat Bent List-4 >. m., due a* Scranton at 6.41V p. JI.,-' j y '--. '. The Freight Accommodation Train, with passeng W car attached, wOl leave Scranton ¦si**, it.; due at,, Great Bend at 6 p. m.. cotmectjifg with the. Mail Train West, and the Night E&iga* 'Train East-' Passengers taking this train arid the; JCght Exprev.' West, will arrive in DunkiiVat 12 m., or by taking" Mail Train Westywill arrive at Dunkirk «t 6:45 p.m. Returning, will leave jdreat Bendl'St 7 a. »r..on «¦ -.. rival, of Cincinn...

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