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

'¦:•! Backing Hoase ."1. "¦!' ., ¦<S;,-.,i.8(. - .''.'. j P0ST, ~'C'OOPEn.J& CO. , UEJJRY. DR'IXKEB, I'-' ' i/ov37»ovi-' •' WMJ HUXTTIXG CtiOPER. \ s^ha'tEh-is ISAACL.iPOST.. J**"! r ^m°' DRAFTS!oiijfcw York City ir»l Philadelphia.— ;,Collections prmi;ptlytuade.ktid.reaiittcd. Office hou.rs from 10-a. u. to S-. pi • I 1 Messrs.' Allen i-iPflxlpn, X. York. REFEREXCE, vSamncl 0. Mortoo| &q., PlnTa.' ; r„ ¦ ¦ .) Hon. Williaiu JcAiup,.Montrose.-MILLINERY A?NEW lv1l|Fj3R0 PA, , . [ Mrs. If. », Wajrd \\7 OULD; respectfully give notrbe to the -public •f. - that sthe has. again .resumed) her-business at J MUliner'y at > *eiv Milford, Pa, f?bo has anangement-i ' by which slid will receive from Xeir York tlie latest < styles of Ladies' anil Misses' Hats and Ronhets of «v-l ery description, and also to-riiocurp on short notice J any at tide oi, the kind that any person luight want. ' From such aerangcineut3 and from jher pa^t cipericnee, she hojies to ple...

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

Save Ybiir JSacbn. A" LL who.bre Indebted to the gutiscribcrs, eifher jCJL'liy note prmceonht, arc urgently ret/vetted to. call and'/inv »<P, or the consequenceNwiil bo a s—ioti the lit of January next. MJ i- E. MOTT.; ..iir«tiUfeic,.X6T. 20, 1856. 7- Military Noticcr '7 ';. IN pursuance of orders of the .4.ljuliuit General, to roc directed, notice is hcrtiby given to the Captains of the several Military Companies 6f Susquehanna county, that they arc required to.ijeportto me the names of all persons who "have done duty In their companies, who are now .under the a'ge of forty-five years. Said report lo be made as soon as possible. Tlie several Captains .in tile differc'nk townships wjll please consult-together, with their rolk, aud perfect their report. ASASPJCER, . Brigade Inspector 1st Brig, loth Div. P. M. Inspector's office, Hatford, Nov. 1, 1S55. ' 45w3 Notice. Mfcisus. Eorrons—As it is necessary "to aim at laying irn-oad and deep the elementary foundation upon which ...

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

.v;.;,;C:.A^ER!S: . :J , Are curliiiflhe Sick to an cxtcnfi ietl^; ,• _ before know u of any Medicine. l ^ 'IMiLIIlS, RliQlSB JUDGE FORtQflRSSMIS. -.; Jt7t.ES HACEt, Ki«,, 11m, well known ..perfumer, of N CJuwtnut Htr«.t, rtiUndclpliia, wbose clioice product* . »ro found at almost evfiy toilet, sir*: »'t am happy to «ay of rnnr'Gmtixtw Piiii, that I fclurp fiwnil tlicm * bfitcr hm.ly owdiclne, for comtmiu ' «•?, ttiao.ativ other wittiio ray komvlwlgc. Many of my ftifudj have rentlM.1 tnaikwl tjeotftt. rrum them, and coil tai-iiife wltli me iiiilwlieving th« ttrtypos«*<.oxtn.i,idinar}- vir(n'e»fordrh-iir|M>"t dhica-*^anaciiriiigth«aick. Ti«y en out out}' rffechial, hat fih ami )ile.t.an« loTw t»km—<iu.i!itics Vliirh iim-t niate'tkcm valued liy the public, whim thry aro Jtuuu-n." ' - ,;..''-'¦¦.-•riw venerable chancellor WAttULAW wsitei (rom &0-liimirv, 15th Apia, IkH : ' - ¦ _,„ _.. '•Iin. i.e. Avtn —Slrtl b^ve IsJcmi yotur PilU With f.tD3\ ticneOt, for...

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

TOiTim PUBLIC '.--.. I fpHK. subscriber would tender his thanka for *«' ji liberal patronas6 bestowed upon him thu» ikr ; timing tlie season,'and at the fame, time announce ! thatbtj has just received a new stocR ol Goods, wak--x ! ing hi* assortment vei;y complete in alljts varioua^ ' hrancncs.'Wid would gay farther that for ready pay | and on short time: to reliable customers, his good* will be sold as loir as they caii be bought atahy nth.-1 or store In the coubit, rieaw; call and examine:-. \ "... .; '.:.:> .- '-!,;! S>~8.IXGALLS. ¦ \ : Gibson.j)ctoborl3,18oS^.. .;'! , I TN addition to'a very good asaortoicnt of iWttt Drtn; I X GootU, there still'rcmains a quantity of Dolainea, ! Poplins, kc~ &c, of tne"pjd stock, tb be sold at bar-I gaiiis, without reference to cost; also, WTntcr BOn; 1 nets, JKool, Broeha, and several oiher. kinds of ! Shaw Is at low prices, for sale, by¦• , . S.S.J.- . j £y«^S,"coiiTpared"" wltli|th^ prfc?, can b«r l)0 fo'iina vory'low...

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

' - i' ¦ ;, -itotlce.! -.' ; j - -,» HpHE Baptist Church at Anburn, near Anhum four Jb . Corncm, wilt b* Dedicated,Dee, Stht Services ! to romnienec nt 11 o'clqclr. ! j.; . J -^',. .. *'i The Public rife invited to utctiiL ¦ ' ::' *; :'. | 1- ./'-^ /:: -,. . V-S.;-BKrNDAOE. -' j-• f Auditor'sJfoUccf | ''%".;! The undersigned.an auiiwii nppointod by" the * Coijrt of Comhion Plea? of Sushuebaiuia! County to \ make distribution "of the fmid arising from" the ShcriffsiSale of real cstatocf Milton! Tiffany, Hvill Attend to the duties of his appoinfnient'at his ofBce in Montrose, on Wednesday the 2 day of Jonjaary next at 1 .o'clock In the afternoon, at which time and place all persons interested will presenttlicir claims or be forever barred from coming in upon said fund. .. i : ' , HIANKLIX FRASEB, Auditor, j ¦.. Montrose Dec. 1, 18S5. -j '¦¦ i 7f'"r"":"~'tosT : M "'"' ¦ "~'[ 1}^ Mtr-cmos*: , on Monday,'November lOtli, =a ; . Gold Pencil, Chain, and'Locket—much valued.ias , a Hiemcnto...

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

' ¦—*—p^wr^—a— —-^¥===. |. - . ptrrrafg do^j butjbe. When butter I is doignied fur keeping sev-, •rnl months, it ks of thai highest importance that it should lie worked free from a!! remains of buttopmilk. iture butter is an oil which will kocj equally jas well as' lard or tallow; Butteltnilk, on j the contrary," <*mtains casein, a nitrogenous, compound, which decays very solm when iii contact with air. Were impossible to remove every particle of the hutterWiik, and a'l traces of impurities or foreign substances, mi salt'would be re quired, nor ,woj ilJ it be necessary to jmck butter From tbe air. ! , \ BALTIxjj. '•''".-Iu sailing b'u; ter, the spit itself should be of the purest k nd, and It should be so thoroughly worker! in that every particle of the remaining buttfrmilk boj left iu direct contact with a par]icl(jx)f salt. A very simple method of purifying salt jfor butter or cheeso i?s to add a pint! of boiling water to tour or five pounds of salt; stirithem well no...

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

Arir^^I^iLETTEBL A late English paper contains a letter pur-»>ort:ng to have: beSfi v,-r|tten by^a yourig. gardener to a lady whom hejloved,and whom hu wished to wild.' Whether exactly such a letter was positively /written^ and sent by the g;irdcner, we li^vo not thejtncans of knowing, nor is it of inuch conseqnence. .The letter ia ah ingenious one, by|whatever.mejns It came to see the light. It] reads thusi ."* 11 Mr Ross, SJart—As jrou are the pink of perfection and the blossohi of May,'1 wish to tell you thi.t my hearts case has been torn up by the roots, and the peas of -my holm entirely lestroyed, iiincej I began to pine after yew. F My faame is William Budd. At first I-was poor, but by shooting in the spring and raising a! carnation fast, t obtained a celery, and! by a little cabbagin g, &c, 1 rose!to be master (though ^ something like a creeper) of the'whole garden. 1 have now full command of the stocks! and the mint; 1 can raise antenirine from a penny-r...

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

A PEUHYJATED^OBTH TWO % ¦ EARNED. ¦ '-'I ! "I* WITTENBEBO fc BKO., Kditrote, Pa., tike \ ll • this method of advising their old friends and; CUstonwra and the public at large, thatthuy hareJust :-received and opened the.birgtat,,hretttfest and chc ap-J cr t stock of BEiJlTTI^E^LOtBING ever b}o*t: to thin place, wMch thcj<ff«r!at a small adiranc« from: eos*t,,thercby offering pnTehnserftho rare opportuni-i ty of pbtairuug goods afc'aboyt two thirds the usuaf ^rice. ¦ • ,! ",. ¦ -j» ^ ! '- -.;. " ' *<j F Abo a large assortment of iDry Goods, compriung'! jfor Ladies Wear, new styles! Brocade, Stripe, P Wdi' plain aud changeable Silks, DcUincsTMuslin, Dc Bagd .Borage delaine* of new and elegant designs.' All thd latest st; les of Ladies Dress Goods, French Lajn-ngji rrints and Ginghanis... A handsome, assortment of Dress Trimmings; EmbroidediSlucves, Collars. Cuffsj' etc. Jaconet ana Swiss Edgings and inscrflrigsl'G ores. Hits, Hpeiqry, Veils and Parasols. '."•'""!! . Th...

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

. . A- Ga^catOkttracUon J ¦ r ¦ *; ,:' "; . ;.- :•»¦:•':-.••- "OUAJI STOAIJ." . rpHE subscriber wqnld again announce to his cus-JLtomcrfi and the public generally tbitiisjeasVc-Mired akrge assotteent of BOOTfTAHD^jOES, which he intendS selling for Readl /"at/ twenty per cent, cheaper than can be bought in this market, (the Genjnno Bpot und Shtefltpre down Town or Ao Rare Chance for Bargains', up town, not excepted.)—4l0uah Sttwh14 niay be found the firstt door East of the Odd Fellows' Hall, Turnpike! street, first floor. Although not quite so commodious, as sortie "stoahs," yet It answers our purpose viry well for the present, -Neither, can we promise oar customers that our 4'cs-Ublishmcnl" will not bo"surpassed" byauyin the. country soon, but we will promise c.ir customers that we will sell Boots and Shoc| to isuit in quality and price. Qur stock embraces ja general variety of new aud elegant styles of Xadies' and Gentlemen's wear, among which are Ladies' Silk Fox Gaiters, Colore...

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

:v-'-- EAGLE FOITSDHY. SlYBE, BENTLET & ftERKIK»fi»ving pnrcnM 1 odof Wibon A Co. the Bagta Foinirlry, are now prepared to fill orders from the trade, and do work ht their line with skill and despatch. .They-wIM' keep onstantly on band P/ott*, (best kinds,) Stoves, (»a kinds,) Cultivators, Strav Cuit^s, Cofn Shellert id <te. 4"c. ' ..'- '.'¦''' - ' "¦'-: :'''' ' ' We mvite particoW'ittcniion to the Plows which we manufacture. We manufacture and keep for sale ¦:-H,'v.; The CelebratedBldtcMty Tlov. ; W«"harlre purcliased-th«r' exclusive right to m«rjufIc t"r0»n,i Bclfr in thiscounty-rWayne, Wyomirig »nd ^radford, J^rRuhu pattnt fnn £eam plov *n% t low is made entirely 0f wonjescepfing the handles It » wlebiatedTroritSeaay dr^aght; Tieing one-lhud easier than any imwto use, whttcita strengtli and d«- rability arc greater. : ° ¦ ¦ r-; .,'-' MACHINERY '-J-' SSBST^ Steam Engines, Gearing M MitU; Skingls its-- emnet, are. d-c,.,,--.' - Among the Stoics which we maniuactu...

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

•'['.'; - ' • t. "What a Poor Farmer CanintAffora. .in an addreijs toNthe Annual Fair in Erie County, Hon;. iHorace Greeley marie sundry very sensible observations. We mote two or three 'of ^ts specifications on -the suhject taken ^for our ¦' captfbn, on "which we would tnake a'few- Euggestions. Among other Aings, 'he said;' . |; '-¦'¦ . 4"No poor min can afford to be a poor farm\ er. .No poor |tnan can afford to cultivate h\s land in such alrnanner as will cause it to dcterior*te in value. N(i poor man can affurd to produce wfed?. Farmers cannol afford to grow a CTrjp on' a soil that does hot contain th» naturjil. elements that enter into its composition. !! No poor' farmer, can afford to keep * fruit trei|s toat do! not bear good fruit, nor to work Wjith poor implements." 'A1I'4his-is,^ell,:.it is'true. It is perfect I v undeniable. ..But it js ionly one side of the story. Somefother.^injJred truthstare equal ly obvious. Tlmt poor cripple at the curner cannot affjjird to w...

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

1 / ~ . i l—1 c hbw^ooMft AOAaor. £t tho "Exch»nge,r' Brooklfn. rprTfe aubacriber takes this ppportnnjty of" thanking , Ii-.. hU friends for their very l&eral,"patronage the past Reason,- and of saying to tlitm In addition, that, having just received fresli Mofcea of seasonably Goods of various description. *, hie is still prepared to supply almost any article usually! called for at a country [store. iHia assortment U npwcbmpltterafld being the largest in town, offersithe frreateStinduce'-. ment to purchasers, either for Cash, Bart«r,7or Good (short) Credit. Call and sec. v ^ j / ' " - , O. G. HEMPSlrEAD. Brooklyn. Angnst 20, 1855. J Kfcdiriucs aud Drugs. " jtYpXS Cherry Pectural—«cknowlc"dgcd. to be 2*..'the best Pulmonary Remedy extant—Pond's Extract of Witch HazeU-an exceedingly valuable remedy for divers ills—Dr. Baker's Compound—a grind specific for Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera Mdrbus, Ac.—Ayres', Jayne's, Phinncy'a and Wright's Tills, Merchant's Gargling 03, togetlie...

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

;' 'BT^SINgSg ctarjjs. .{ -, ,. ——¦..— ¦ I..¦ ¦ - ¦¦ 1.1 . fp ^ ' " '" - -' * , ' " 't - IT. B.«brdiaTd,JI<D-. -.„ 7 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Jackson, Susquehnnmti eonnU, jfta. Residence at thePpstoCce. CABOrBT MAKERS, have recently opened a wareroom in New Mllfbrd.Ta., and will kem^mrtantlyon-hand allkindsofC*binct-wsre; aboReaBf. made Coffins. Funefals attended with ^%^> hearse. Ware*oon».5nearly opposite J. Dickermruts fi ^"w Hilibrd, May |i5,1855, ¦"'; ! 20-1? r_—— aT& E. Baiawin, . ¦ MANUFACTUB'ERS OF SADDLES, HARNESS, trunks, Wbip^ Acn' in the Basement of Scarle a Hotel, Montrose, Pa.|. :¦-; ¦ . ' j , ' • ¦ C.M.Simmons, . j BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Shop first door cast of Odd Fcllqwa^flall, Turnpike st, Montrose. Trf. Singleton GAN now be founa at his new stand on Owego St. two doors west!of Searltfs Hotel, where he:effectually repairs! wjth dispatch. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Guns, and pvery dcscripUon of Machinery. Wheel cutting; put) and Watch materials su...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

'^['ifotftfGom"',.'.; for ttf /ndtpendfnt Republican. , • Lineson the Death- of Anna Williams. - BY KEplLOPEZ. SIic lias gone, the beantiful, the good,,' Gone to that far-off spirit land, : Xo more to dream; inlthe forest wood, ; Of those who have joined its mystic "band. "' I \ : -•" '.'¦ Hers fas a mind of brilliant light—A flower fair—too ^ail for earth. In Virtue's garb of srkrtless white . Shej died—to inherit iinmortaLbirth.' !, Untold the sorrow of juSat heart [ That loved her—Heaven knows how well. Alas'the agony when called to pari,— The tcarfol sigh—the. last farewell.. Farewell, oho of that.student baud, j-^ ,. That oft hare;roamed these classitfhalls; Farewell, thou hast gfcme to a better land, ' Ko more we shall meet thee within these walla . I •" -j' ' . . : | Yes, thou hast, gone, no more to roam i Amid the silent shades of eren; ! Death on dark wings hath swiftly flown, j And borne thee home to Heaven. Harford, 1855. ' ' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

JOB LLTnTS HVEL fWhen the old frigate Brandy wine lay at Gibraltar, the American Consul, Mr.Sprague, came on board with a man who wished to jom the ship, and after some consultation—said man was received by the captain as a sort of stewaid, ho having agreed to work for hii passage on board, and some slight consideration besides. His name was Joe Lattit,' anil he was a regular specimen of the strolling Yankee; but he dressed well, and was remarkably good looking, jthough there was in I; his face a peculiar look which indicated fun, allowing, however, that the fun had some sense in it. The moment I placed my eyes upon the man, I knew that I had keen him before, and when 1 had an •opportunity'to sppak with him, I found that he had been a pdrforni.er t>f legerdemain and ventriloquism inj the United States, and' there I had seen hifn. He had traveled through England France, and part of Spain, with h\a implements of deception, and had just brought up at-J Gibraltar when our s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

THEWAEINKAH8AS Corrttponiene* of the KtK York Tribune. . LAWKKNdK, $. T.,*Friday,| JfOv. 30, 1855. , Last night was an exciting one in ' Lawrence. Ruhiors of a startling character had been comingjin all day, and although there, was reason tp believe that they were-exaggerated by the fears of some and the love of the marvelous in others,'\i wks still certain that armedinvaders from Missouri were approaching Lawrence from several directions, and it was bblieved that an attack would be made during the night. VeHterday the sham Sheriff Jones was 'n Lawrence. I believe he had some business, but tt was the general impression that he was h^rej to spy out the latid. It w a|s well known that he and his friends were| making greai exertions to bring a Missouri ihob Upon the! citizens' here; yet such is the peacc-hoving cliarjieter.j of the- intelligentjpeople. of much-abhsed ]Lawrence, that ho and the others weiit and cjime unmolested, wereeven treatedj with civility^ The instructions ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

A HEOEO MEBTIH6 -The' following exquisitely -itrotttfiit Wd ludicrous account;df a negro^nieeting; ia from, the December. number of Pumam's monthly ¦ Mngazine:-" ',"¦¦ ."..'¦!•¦!!.',' '!'!;%•=. -: :-"f-v:.:f-'^;> Some^eople ,hav^„ hot' ueen ^to a negrd. meeting:—some liave;—.! Kate, and cheap as. was the noise made,,a)id, tomnjpiia*,wia»nthJ theology, it Was genuine and unaffected,'nasily»untaught;5and ^joye3j««'f*ey^drtne freoi rollicking styl#f»f giving' way t^ th*i sense -ofithe'^ruorn w.t ^^ jand;dBou^ingt orr.danc* jrig,'or .rolling: abputTas,, ^e impulse ie|' ized ,tfiem—v *" ':'.'¦ ""' ~'"-:;*'^ "; ; -„"¦ ,• •;- J,;*i'Oh; Godt ^^^ prdl'Shoutoda vrohi^ I'niiarnie^-"•"-•-'^¦'¦f .y-^:*t"$i& oA;-.**i*-rt ^'OhrLord'^ * *. .p^-; * £?-; ---,-: .\ t.ii'^_ '. : ;^Sei me.upj: _..,;;'";; :i;:i vi.:«:,C.":''--'r:i'->>''''-: -.';Set,-me .o^,rte^i^:i„^; ^ -y/;,;.>].,,x; - fSet meon.the rock edgtf^vays! !-^— .>¦ "'lOhlLbrdr ';;" • ,';/','; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

T ikks qt$ §kck\)k. l_l_—— . ,'¦—..:. • " .-^- j WfiONG SIDE (HTTWABD: f ¦ : , —°r—TlJK DlFFERKSCE BETWEEN CaSHMEEE AKI) I - - x Calico. TDid I tell you abojit it Eunice V . , \ About what V- -~ 'My going to the city wrong side outward. '. •' What do you mean ? said Eunice. ') Ob, I see you" have; never heard the story, soil will tell you. Two years agd I spent a jeirweeits with my friends ^ tiie Wilmots, near the.:'city of A 2-T In die family were tv.n: young ladies who found it necessary fo do a great deal of shopping and not' a little visiting in the pity, and of course patronized the railroad 'connecting their, little* village v:fib the Green Street Depot, to no trifling extent... - ' • I'.Now you shall see1 what a handsome and gentlemanly conductor we nave on this route,' said Bell Wilrriot as 1.took a luxurious cushion in a crowded car ftir the first * miscellaneous'trip to A ' ;:' - ji'lle is n^ beau ideal of a-conductor' added; Kate; 'let the car'-l|>'e evc-r ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

Iffe lfffopti[fof\ i ^efrgbHcgfl. C. F. READ & mO. FRAZIER, EDITORS MONTROSE, PA. '.,. 4 ¦ Thnrsdar, December 90, ISM. r: ,' - f - . . -~ t^ *" We are requested to mention that the illumination of the new Store which did not come off.on Saturday evening last, on account of a failure [to procure lamps enough for the occasion, will take place on Friday evening, January 25th 1856. g3gr*> A letter from Alexandria.states that the Egyptian government has recently put into operation the decision relative to the abolition of Slavery. Not only is it no longer allowed to sell slaves in Egypt, but all those in the hands of private individuals were informed that £hey ,*ere free. J^" The condition the farmers Susquehanna County has greatly improved within a few years past. The soil they cultivate, though not the richest, is naturally good.being unsurpassed for grazing and dairy purposes, and producing fairjjerops of grain. Their butter and cheese take premiums at our" Stat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 20 December 1855

- Error.ofI^rs. " Don't say " .laf " for u lik" • The indrriduai who say«,; *•! want to lay! atllli" "<i:*m laying under a tafse," is quite likely to jbe taken for a goose. Many writers of considerable merit hay* tain trader tjjiis imputation, and many still liii under it, f ' - Some writers, instead of "unknown" say ? unbeknown "—» most inelegant and ridiculous corruption. Gray's Elegy would not be greatly improved by reading, "Here rests bii i head upon a lip of earth,. f A youth to ft rtone sad \ o fima unbehup**. " Let this corruption be unknown fn your ^vocabulary. i \ Some very fastidious young ladies are in the habit of saying, ''she looks beautifully," " I feel miserably,"" She looks sp sweetly," &&, thinking, no doubt, tint they speak with remarkable aceur icy. Tbis,_so far as we can learn, is a;recent inuovatitn, and to-ould never have been introduced if the young ladies, when at school, hid studied their Grammars carefully. In that/ case the...

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