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

'' AU ECCEHTRIC-PEIHCES^ , ¦ ; ' ' X3nurtsi have their trenchcrpns Irjentw as well us. crises, anfl oiib,<if tin Sexire|ili.efiHis ' friend* has! Uetrityjed the aecn-ftifihe-jdehiy in llie journey of uU-ni*nc<l hc.id (thd['kiiijj-»if Sardinia !)"'[• whuse] intentioii was to h^vV paiil it* an antitmttal ,v*f=tt. in order to ctijoy t"ie" pleasure* nf the cjihse jin-the imperial ..fiin^ts with the inipi-ri'nl I If^ts. This tlelaj' , finely attritiutciii to ill health bv tlie innncem, is a— - \ cribed by rCport;f«. doiti-.-sttc perplesity '>cct-Bumed" liy tlio vjigaries <>f a ino.mper nf his family. ;oWhom hy.ia miich .itlaehpd. and, for wbo.-tc-- copduet lie c?>n*iders himself in some degree re<p!»nMblif, Thniyrtiinir^ady' iii qnesti«»', perhaps the only one in Europe bol<l cnoiij»h.f'» claim li'er independence,-lini };iv«'iiher relations miid-h di<q«iet«de by her dt-ci*. i»n to reniain iiiiywined. to travel where &...

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

AP13WWY!SAT*Bl>iira>Il'rH TWO "•s-ki -*m iii* w.BAWMSlK-.v!,ri,-;; .crf •?;•„••. J> j illPXtTEXBEBft ASB^tJfeniWW^ P*., take • this' iiietljcid of tu*vfetna.theW!$*^fo8d*i-ind *ustbmers and the pftttieAt *»rg«tJhat^'y.ha¥» jiitt ' rcceivBd^aiidionenedtha largest; prettiest "and cheap-. est iflockefBKADY MADE --CLOTiUKG -evarJwo'f. to this place, w[hich Jth'ey eflkratWs&sf advance from !COM|'*diereb<£ o^eiing purehasera the! rare opportuuitv of obtainUig! goods i iit about two jtlu'nto., the usual .pIlCC.;C. ¦ - ¦••!- <f ¦:) _;.; ., ; l'. •. •-". a> .'.-i. ' ". .".:'¦.': '- AltwaUrgeias«»rBi<}nt«f:Dr.y Gbod^,comprising forJjidies'VYetr, .aewirtyl^BroeajUCi Stripe, Plaid, MatftaudchanguablfePi k«c Delaine's'. Itlttslhi, Dc»ttgo Berkge Ueliiti«s* oC.newtand elegant jdeslgiuk Allthe iatektst; lesoffIndies Dees* Ocids, \. Freuch. Lawps, Prints and Gittghatnr- . A hsnilaoaw wsortmout of Drc^sTiinimings^EmbroidtidSleeyfisj Collar...

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

Great AHrarliou -.- ¦ -... it .". . i i "QUAfl fS'rO:AH." ! THE subscriber wouldfagum announce to bis customers aud -the public generally that he las receiridY large assortmcift of BOOTS AND SHOES, which ; he nileiids seHinglfor Ready PayWatly per ; Cent, cheaper than ea» b4 bought in Ass inaikct, (the Gcnuine..Bo6t imd. Shod Store down :Tbr,n or the Raire ChanteHir Bargaiuii, up town, not eiceptcd.)—^ ft $'Tl>m?J' U5fu'#<1 Ihe *wttl]mr East of th» °a*.'*«H?# IJ"."; Tundikc strccj, fiixt floor. Although not i^uite. so botftniodmus as some "stoahs " vet it answers .our jHirjMjse very wrll flvr-tbe pre^eVr. Neithercapi we prorfitf* oni--eti-stoiiierjc tluitoiir 'c*- tabliahmeiit" wiU jiot be "sui p;isseJ"f by any in tbe country si^oji,' bat we mil] p'mmisc c.ol«:u4oa:icrs tint we will s.jU Boors mid *"hoe s toiuitf in 'qiulity and price.; Ojir" stock cfubmcc*-a-jteneriil variety of,nCw and tlegiint styles of Ladies' aiid Orjitlcmeir« wear, smong'yrlHch are Ladles' Silk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

^^ jon^ . I Tram Putnam's Mb'iitbr/. ' '] • Ihespbeus.'-. "**¦¦; Aiiko.O bciuku! Hcspenw I i«-ake!fortheJay is done, Vn$ the roral purple curtains are drawn Bonnd the couch of the sleeping sun; ThJk is a hush! on the blooming Earth, jtiid a bush oil tho beating sea, A.-3 silence too.j in thc>coiirts of Heaven, fyr the stars ail irait for thee, Hesperus! i . jjii thiugs beautiful wait for thee t •Tis the hour for fancy's fairy reign, . Yftien the glowing, brain is fraught r-ji i visions ofteauty, and bliss, and lore, T fat Icarc no room for thonght. Wit i the light of warm and glorious dreams r Tiiis narrow chamber is bright. And I need but thee to sing with me ' o swecu-st poet of night! ! - j Hesperus, -_'"•' 0 ien. thy volurne of golden light 1 Xh{ [e may I read of the youth of old ¦fljiho clambered the mountain height, \ Andjtalked with (the stars in the midnight hOun», Till lie failed tipm human sight—Till M* brow gre*r bright with wonderful light, Aiid away from th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

Inks q$ Sfeftfy^s From Chaniber't Journal. MS. BB.OWFS LAST ASCEHT. Osii fine summer morning, a few years since, there was a wonderful exciteru-ent in thelrklrvillage of Balleydooley. All the ' •He tun, t fmnen :and children iiv the neigh-' iurhoki^-jeoinpreheuding about nine tenths 'sf'the.J'inhabitant*—were assembled on the. large, level common, which -erved as. a race fyurfcj and howl'ng green ; and-all thronged twr»rds some object in the. centre, which formerl the nucleus of the crowd. ' Yes, then,.whatps the name of it ail, at all ?'. demanded cue raj^aed gossoon. 'Is it tied to thjj tail of it he's s;oing to go up ?' asked another. ' • * AiU, dona be ifoolish!" exclaimed an old aisa^ie-1- soc-so. calmer' of the district: ,don't \ou iveptig long ropes he's going to .bold on '-Wtrli, well,' groaned an old woman, tak';r.; tier dudeen, oi*' short black pipe fronvber roou'.n, and sticking it, lighted aslt wjas, withoi tie /T>ids of her crossed-barred neckerchief, liheh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

I - ¦ i :— ' , " . x The AmericaaUational Council in 1858- I LojvisviLtt, Nov; 28.—The following p.roc-1 lamatioii to the American Order of the United i States, has.just been issued: ; - . Natjoxai. Americas CocNca Executive Office, Covington, Nov. 28—At the annual meet(ngof the National Ccuncil, held in June, 1855] 4}ie following resolution'' was adopted : Resolved, That the Convention for ifie purpose pf nominating candidates for the. Presidency-and Vice-Presidency, shall be held in .the city of Philadelphia, on the 22d day of February, 1856. to be composed of delegates' elected by the subordinate councils, one from each [Congressional district,- and two from each plait Council.. . ^ . In,ijonsequence. of this resolution, it is hereby prWraiined that the councils of each Congressional District, in each State shall elect delegates as aforesaid, and also two alternates for each Congressional audSt^te Delegate. . f Signed, E. B. Bartlett, President of the National fji)iincil. A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

THACKEBAY. ,'\ 'r'::": !/ . Ihccke'ray w.is born in India' (Calcutta) m the year 1811,and c6nsequentljr,will now be just forty-four yjears, of age. His father held a high position i"u the East 4ndIajGorhp*ny. which gained for his son the entrepotths best society, and enabled him to afford Onr!author i most liberal eiducation, for which jSy,rpdse he was sent tai England^, and his schooling days, with the system of fagging and balhi' ing so common in our large public schools, gave htm a plot for one of his first essays-— viz :4 Dr. Birch and his Young Erierids.* In this.the big boys and the master all came in for a share of his revenge;. and the general Sing he has at schools, in the; opening of his 4 Vanity Fair,' serves to prove that h|s early days" jicrc subject to a nussrableif jaot tyrannical restraint. ' ¦ w !, ! '^r H. ~'. ; Be coinpWed'a. full course, .at Cambridge, his companions being R. Mbnckton jjjdlnes, the-biographer of Keats,, and now" an Mi P.; King Lake,the auth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

-' . DeonmtktjratiMiol InttUigtncrr.> . ¦ ' -The'ro" is, .^e arf? -porsaaded,*not !oap oloiir whole circle of readers whohave in idaysgone by read in the these column* the intensely interesting papers entitled " The CJpsti*' -Eeoollections of- Washington," emanating periodieally from the penj|his'distingui:shed.5, ehitivej G. W; P. Custis, hut will hail 'with.delight the following essafrfrom the^anle venerable hand, minutely | 6«cribing the traits and personal attributes (rf the *4j Faiher of his Country:" 4* " " . 1 I^rtraittire of |ffa«biiigton. ' Being\an Appendix to \the- Cuitis¦' Recolltciion' s and Private .Memories, &c. " It is assuredly both desirable and proper that there should belong to the American people iind„deseend to their posterity a faithful Portraiture of llieir Washikotox. They have in their own country alL thej tnaterials requisite and necessaryjfnr sutilia Work ; nor Deejl they to go abroad^' to ensure, its, most happy execution, they havin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

*"'* CtiOSSIBfoTlIE FOafti-(Frote A^plefoh's Gems of British Art.) , I begar»] life by ^uho'ng away from homeV Boileau we"'are told ^sa*.driven into his careerby the handbtfift, and the peck of a: turkey. !|AttiU was started in life with no' other cause or capital than an old sword, which he was adroit enough to palm off for^ the divine weapon orXfars ; and Robespierre owed his political career to wetting his stockings. He look refuge in a club "during the ran*, for llje purpo.se.jOf,drying the. stockings aforesaid, and there -heaird,-'",-the words that burn^'1 which fired his soiil, Sjad aeteVmincd his cbtirse'in life.ft. My.i unnmg away\ from home arose from a minor mprtificatiofi, caused by carrying a prettj* girl.oyer a.brook. ;' ¦*_ Donald Lean arid myself were goct^friends at fourteerf years of age,and we4>oth regarded with a little more than friendship pretty Helen -Graham,4 our eldest girl' at school,,3J?je romped and danced together, and this lasted for such a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

Jjje - Ufaptqtetiti" i{epi|bJicj\o „'.' F. kKaD <fr If. J/J FRAZIER, FDrroii 'k M°NTRPSEPA| Thursday, i>cc^uibcr 13, 1855. " i—— ~r~~~ 7~:.: " * I The Breach Widening-Many; men who at jieart cherish Free-Soil principles, have hitherto adhered to the organization that claims! the. name of National Democracy, in the jhopc that that party would at last retrieve- its .character and vindicate its/title to thft glorious name if bears We would ask sucli. deliberately to survey the present"state of public affairs, and then judge whether there;' are any grounds on which tojbase such'a jhope. The law opening Kansas and Nebraska to slavcrv received the emphatic condemnation of tho people of the Nortjh, without much distinction of party. Subsequent events have only increased the opposition to that measure and the false and deceptive doctrine it is based upon. The violation of tho most sacred private right* and of the fundamental principles of all free government which have...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

Ho Speaker Ytt Ou the last ballot; on Tuesday, the .vote stood, foif.Banks10fy Richa|d»on 74> Fuller 4 27, and t!ie balance .scBtterii|{. The Pennsylvania Free-Soilers almost all vote for Banks. Two thirds of' Fuller* * vote is from the'South, but it is'thoughtpthat nearly the whole of the Southern Vot& will unite on Richardson, if it is ncccssarysto defeat Banks. NAMtsi of Tow ASIA.-]-A good many years ngq,a controversy arosi about the name that should U given to the County seat of Bradford County. iSome of the inhabitants were dl* satisfied'wjlh'the old name, To wanda, and several new ones were proposed. A Mr. Means) a.man of some consequence in those larts, wanted it named, Meansville, and to forward his plans had ..guide boards put up a.various points telling the distance to Meani ville. On {the other hand, Mr. 0-yerton, perhaps qi^ite as great a man as Means, hid a fond desire that the place should bear his own name. Others proposed the name of. Raymond.....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

HEWS AHD HOTIOHS. .... Aycspatch from Jefferson itates that there will be no" elccUonof V. S. Senator to Missouri this winter.;. ,'•---.'!-' .i'r ..'-'.-.Cliibs arc forming, in Nctf-York for theVuiiporf! of Senator jinnter of, Vi^giaU, for Prcs-UcDt. nndjAtiguatus Sclidl, (Hard Shqll). of New YorVforitjicc President.! ... Aryoung lady from Burlington had her pocket picked while crossing the river at Jersey City, recency, losing a purse and ^17. She refused, to give her jnarne, as slie snid the folks sihome would langh at hc| for not being wide a*«ke Then so nesr, York. .'!-'¦' The Bradford. Argus says:!4l It gives is pleasure {ito contradict the reported death of Mrs Conovcr.fhiji tady srtwtook tlicfirstprlzc at the N. Y. State Fair. ]. A letter from a gentleman fn Syracuse, states fli»t lje has keen her lately, sad that she was in her usuathcaltli./ It Is not perhaps generally known that the sending; in .tho mail of letters in one, envelope to two persons, i? a penal offenc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

TheKaaswEebeUIon. - Tiuth, like justice, is accustomed to jlimp a little, and—espeeiallv since the jnventicaj of the telcgraph-^is often outstripped by FaKehOod. However hi the long run s{h« is apt to win the race, and (thaT\she liow seenis likely, to do own in tho caselpf the famous Kansas rebellion, of which we give to dky a full account in the letters of our special Kan-, sas correspondent and in extracts fron the Lawrence papers. ' - The disturbance, it n°w appears, ¦was begun by the shooting in ccld blood of!«,'i»ung man named Dow by one Coleman, at Ilickory Pcint,ap!ace twelve miles south of I>awrence. The young man having got into [;6me altercation with a party of border ruffians at a blacksmith's shop, left them, when the opportunity was.taken by Coleman, to fchoot him in the back. {The murderer fled W Lecomptou and put {himself under the protection of Gov. Shannon, probably with Ufo lie fn his JBOuth—which has been telegraphed through the whole1 country—tliat a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

* . ' f' HAEItlED. - In Auburn, Nov. 29, by the Boy. George Atkinson, Mr; J. T. AVaexkr -to Miss'EuzABKtn.Titrnr.e, both of. -Auburn, Susquehanna.Co., Pa; - On the 4th inst. by the. Rev. J. L; Staples Mr.' WJaLiAM McMillan of Rridgewater, Susf|.' Co., -and Miss Marv A.nk Lee, of Sterling, Wayne County, Pa. ^ On the 8th ¦Inst., by the Rev. J, B. Mc'Crcary, Mr. Jauks TowSsesd, anil Miss Heikn Mar, Daughter of Dr. C. L. Brundage, both of Brooklyn j SaAauthauna Co., Pa. '-'.'.:'.-- ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

At it,,. i,'^» ?»*»*»»« Ball. ' iHdunsdi W,™?"* Roonis «f•*• »•' B»co», in JnehoUou, Wyommg CV, !>«., on the «^th of I)ee,. «, The, counianv of ihoai- tv., . »" . * >, .-„'. dancing' is respectful); ,oUclwd "°(°"d °f . °^"m i '• MtStCi.-J.-. 1 1st. Violin, n i fl 2d.- do..V.. .'.... "y~i££°k I 3d. Clarionet........ -.'..,. V.V m"'-'- | -'..'¦' Bill £i,0O. .'"!'"'••'• Notice. The Sunnuehanna County Teacher's AaWu,' ¦- will meet at Dimock Corners on Saturdar iL'.,7,n inst. at 1 o'clock P. M. -» "'- ,i<j. - -- A general attendance isdetired. "x By-or.der of the Executive. Commiut, ' ¦ ?.- '--—^ ¦— ~-—^_ j ' ':"'.' Slip,Sales. ,-..' ¦ ¦ ' ¦ . , I'. • The Slips hi the-Presoyteriah Church in Mont-oi will be routed for. the year 1S5C; on Mondav D« il' " j 1S55, at li o'clock, P. M. . ' ""¦ ; si^spai liTsiwioafis; Bcntley &. Read HAVE the pleasure of ahuouniiinj. to their oU customers, and the puWic generally ihat'iV . j-bave COMPLETED their FEWBJilfJKSTml '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

lain \ Ibvernor Bhaanon's War. |S \, From the bt.Loui», Up., Intelligencer ot uie *Jhcre i» sottietbirig. ludicrous itiwading, n««r, tfc« VVcs^eri* ^isgatehes^ and Wol^g how the w*fe!es»,forayjbit w^k threateti*|a Kkn-•as rwrished, fj«tlj | >y hirukte waaRntjs* and partly by being brought up against the rock of joinmoh sehsef-an aliundant artiqe in evtoy'Aiiglo-Sa^wo community. A despatch ,that the Repuhjtcitn presented, yesterday will servo admirably to [illustrate all.th4 • ptiinU we faaVe made! in this article.. ' • jj \ ¦ ". j tsDEPENDEKCE, Dec. 3. AVeihaye'jujJt received reliable iiitc|ligence from Kansjis Territory., tchieh increi^teg the excitement hert.\ You arc doubtless-;apprised of the origih of the. difficulty—that yf the rescue jot'a prisoner jin the hatitln of the Sheriff, by! a party of fourteen to twenty!! of the citizen^ of Lawreuee and its vicinity, and their refusal to deliver anv coiicenveiiil up to th.eloiTieersbf the territory unless it be the&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

i/ v ; DrED. '. '! : ''•' •/ In Lee, Oneida Co.N. Y., of hemorrhage ofthe lungs, Wm. Riciim'oxd, iuthe.28th year, of his agel-It Ls an oW proverb that "Death lover a shining mark,'' the tnith of this proverb seems to have been completely verified in the present instance. It has selected as its victim one whose prospects of a life of usefulness arid happiness are seldom equalled. A Utr tie more, than-a year ago he graduated from Hamilton College, where by' his correct department and studious hsbtls he had secured tbe esteem of his teachers aud classmates. He. soon entered upon his chosen professlon/that of teaching, at Montrose, Pa. On the 31st of hist Dcccrftb^r he was inari-5ed:tr> Miss M. C, Coracs, who still rannins. to inoirr ti his loss. ¦ His .career was brief, bot not so brief but that he had, secured many -warm/friends arid had learned the val-¦ jprotthe Christiaii's hope. JF^sstudeat's Iifewiworio of unwearied labors and riobtc g'frltings for ^ that fiitellectu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

Another Warning ^Voice. - One I. M. lluekman, etminored of the glories that encircle the editorial ' we,' and satj.^ fiod tliat '"the wants of ou^'flouTishing town' demanded.4 another paper,J»set u"p The, Balance, at Mansfield, Tioga! Co. Pa. Eor a while he went on swimmingly, wll» 'ot ? °f subscribers and unpaialleled success. What was the surprise of his ' numerous patrons' mider all. the'siickumstances,' to read the following humorous biit honest Valedictory, which doubtless came upon them ' like a clap cf thunder in a clear shy'.' 1 With this No., of the- Balance, pur coii-, nnecti.on as Editor aniL Publisher ceases.— Oiii'-coiifse has been very brilliant, but very short. Since the. 1.1th of July, we have been editor, proprietor and devil of the Balance^ to say nothing oi the untold honors heaped upon"us by the Admiliistratmn as Post Master. We'may now settle V.ov.n with two prefixes to our name—ex-Po\t. Mailer, ex-Editor. .We suppose we're politically dead, because we d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

Wanted. I- A IX kinds of country produce, old Cast k Wrought iTV Iron, Coal, Lumber, nod a tprinkling of cash, fin exchange for Sleigh Shoes, Plows, Iron, aiid tfrass. fetii.es, Mill Work, and Machinery fittwg, «t th? ll anc4.oro" foundry and Machine £hop, «y*re "«. jtubscribers comiuue tbe Foundry and SUcmuery business ;-and with their present facilities lor despatch. U work, they fJcl confident they out and will ' ^^^^^^%^^^at. ''line to give them a call. A. & .*> "• -BAKbKb. Lar.esboro, Dec. 12, 1SS5. ' : i»lo\vs: PIowsTPlows! Kn toproVcd kind at the Lanesboro Foundry call \ J\ct one wdbc roadyfajprtng. *8*8. . \ "' ¦' ¦ '. Ammor3?. Xolicc. ¦I -' The undersigned having been appointed by. the hsrnW CV»'rtof^.jiu'ba"i'«..County an amhtorlo Kto lunds ii ilfc'h.imfa of the admrnistralit o 111- estate of John J. Wbi«n»«>, deceased .will lor u u.e y" .. .j ar),)0munent at his • aneud t« the duties ofhuj* J of January office iu Montrc-e, ¦n >A^ « J ^ ncxt....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 13 December 1855

' • ¦'.":.- 'Change of Time, -j '" DELAWARE, LACKAWAXNit AXD WESTKRN ftAU<ROAt>.' WINTER AkRANfefcMENTi * / \X ond'after TliuredU, Dec.iCtfe, 1S5.% the MaH \ J Pataenger Train \M depart ftom Scrantoh -at 11.00 a. *. Due at Griat Bendjit 2tl0 V. U> Connitti'tig with the Dunkirk EspresslWeat and the Kcw Ybtk Express Eas», on tt« J^ Y. St E. R. R. Pasaehgere taking this tralh will *rfirc in Dunkirk at 11:15 r. it., and in New [fork at 11:1.1.p. v. [Returning, will lcive Great .Beiid at 3 p. M.; due atScranton at 5.50 P. v\ ' ¦ i (The Freight AccommqdatioirrTrain, with passenger ca> attached, will leave Scrartton at 1 P. v..; due at Gj-cat Bend at S.55 p. y., counepting with the Mail Tiain West, and the flight Express Trains both Eisf and;West Passengers taking litis train and tlva Klcht Exnrfss Fast, ifill WWr» In Vow Vnrb nt 1«:05 A. 1*.; "V taking theiii^it.Exprjss West will arrive in Dnnl;irk at 1|8 St., or ity taking the Mail. Train West, will arrive...

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