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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

TirrJ!?!? MB 8MIS, Js^jsawfcsraftisa do.—Boys coarse boots—Toutl.s coarse Boot.*—Miss es thicfcL.cc Boots-Misses Enam^^-L^Ues do. do.-Ladies thick do.-rChlldren'S Shoos d alt k.nd ^ Ladic , Fine Gaiters md We^A? witl, a ^ complex ..assortment of Ladies', Gents arid Misses' Rubber Overshoes and Boots. * ^s.^fei-^^hV isthe ^»s&^^^ fa. this section of country; and aa we sell for^dylV /bnn<r»-an<f J/ec/ianfes are parOculirly reouested to make a note of the above, and not make their Fall purchases until they have made us a visit" _ '-¦'" LITTLE 4 HARDING. Tonkhinnock Depot, November, 1855. 44tv4 NEW MILFORD STOVE EMPORIUM In Fkill Blast. f-_/ Two Hundred and fSeventyF.1^ Stoves for i salt[by Dickelrman & Garralt. T\7"E are in receipt of the largest stock of Stoves • V "A* 11 iH Northern Pennsylvania, consisting of Cooking, Pmflor, aad Six-plate, boA for wood and coal j^Ljo, <t full assortment oi large sizes, for Stores and Churches. - ' Would caU ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

"* 1 "¦"- . -f -.-¦- ¦ ...., ., .. . ..'.... * ¦**¦< Banking Rouse'^ -or .-- - ,- . ,, ^ r°*r* COOPEK'.dk CO, HENRY DRINKEK "y „ mi; HUKTTIN'6 COOPER, i ,.• XOXTROSE, ISAAC L/POST. povember ii, j^t DRAFTS on ifew York City and Philadelphla.-^^ Collections proropUy madcsBd remitted. Officehourttfrom 10'^M.-.tolT! ^ •¦ ) Messrs. AIlen"4.PaxW. N Torlr-REFERENCE^ Sin.uel ^Morton, Esq,' Phfl'a? J Hon: WaUam Jessup, Mbhtws«: MILLINERY AT NEW MILFOR^aV; „' . Mrs. Jt. D. Ward YYj OULD respectfiilly giva notice to the public' tv tbat she has again -.resumed her business it bv w*Jfr"l "i^'pfortrPa. She to* errengementt ttvfc.rfT-Ji' *'n 7? "•WSt«»* theltte* erldSttf a!*d ",ss,a %«• and Bonnets<tfe>. aSartictP n?;,&n l daso , toiProc«re on short no^r rJ™ ^of tl «'k»^ tliat inv person wight want From such arrangemeuts and from her ffexS ScttorsA°uteaJ! **4i5feS5S . 1ne1rcustOTO.AU kinda of re-trimmfrie end renelrng done on short notice, The pubUc13S. Thankforfor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

iWuttoa Tialt. The friends of Rev. H. A. Rn.tr end Ionr ere Int ' vited to attend • Donation Visit at bis house, on . Tuesday the 8th of January, afternoon and evening. wnak\ ¦ A Conference of the Susquehanna Association or ^ TJmvcrsalists wiU be held at Sterlingriile, Wvotnini . county, on Wedneadav and Thursday, lfith and 17*1 of January, at which* time the Uairersatist Churtlf recently completed there, will be dedicatcd\to the ' ^ worship of Almighty God. Friends and brethren from abroad are invited to come and enjoy with Ut a • rich feast Per order.' . >« CASH paid for "Wool and Pelt* by { WOODRUFF 4 ELDRED. ] Montitise, Jan. 1, 1866. j N Administrators' Notice. OTI^E is hereby given that letters of administration upon the estate of ABEL RICE, late of Harford j township, deceased, have been granted to the subscribers, and all persons indebted .to said «state will please make immediate payment, and 1 .those hiving claims against said estate will please '" nrescnt Jbcm ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

THE INDEP^NDENlJ REPUBUCAffe ' fl'-jLISnGB EVERT THCBSBAT MOBSlliO, AT HOSTnOeS, TA., AT $1,50 PEJt S.NM.-V, IS ADVAKCK. Rates of Advcrtisiug. Oue square (16 ljnes'pVlcss) cae week, $0,?0 Om square "•=["* t vo weeks,.. i.... .0,75 "Onesiprare ". | three weeks, 1,00 One square '"-' I o'ne month, 1,25 One square «' tiro months, ..2,25 Otic stpuvre, '".;' t|iroe:months,.,-...S,QO Onciquaro '" ' :«jx months, ,.'15,00. On? square , •'" j cine year 8,00 For two or more Iquares, nscrted "by thc year, a deduction from thc above firicca is made. Yearly ad-, vertisers will have>*b!«; privilege of altering or changing their advertisements without additional charge. Business cards, hot exceeding -five lines, inserted ^2'00r?raDn *fJ^W«rk.: . " This office is supplied with a good assortment of "Jobbing materials, arid all kinds of Sob Work, such as Cards, Posters, Pamphlets,! &c., will ha done neatly and promptly. ..{„. / Original If ojirel by ff. p. Willis. The Home Joaroal f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

:. BHSu1|$ GABDS^;r T. B- Orchard, M- D-. PDVSICIAN AND SURGEON, Jackson, Pusquc^ haiuia county, VtL ; Residence at thc Postofficc. ^Hali&iamb, ' CABINET MAKERjbVfi'ave recently opened a wareroom in New MilfWd, Pa., and will keep constantly on hand all kinds of .Cabinet-ware; also Readymade Coffins. Funerals attended with or without a hearse. Ware-room liearly opposite J. Dickcmmn's Store. - { ' ' •'•'- '• >' cw Milfprd, May 15, 1853. 20-rlJ A. &^E, Baldwin, 1 ' MAXtTFACTCRERS OF SADDLES, HARNESS, Trunks, Whirr5,;4c, in tlie Basement of Scarles Hotel, Montrose, Pa. J . - -':• CSL Simmons, BOOT AND SHOEfMAKER. Shop first door cas of Odd Fellows' tlall. Turnpike St., Montrose. 7 ' ' . WJ'Singleton' GAN now bo-foundjat hi? new stand on Qwogo.st. two doon) west Of Searlo's Hotel, where he <¦ /• ftitvatly repairs tvilii dispatch. Watches, Clocks, JcWelry, G-iins, and every description of Machinery-Wficet cutting; Guaiand Watchf materials supplied id! thear...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

i '" Wi'3rWW ' • ':'- ^d P^rf!rj><r^i^^> T^^^f^ i^^^ ra&^^t Pp^P Wmk. 1 F3L. „, sr>^ifSa^wm ig«v^:wi^ ' ' 0ATit^]RTIC riLLS^ Dl'I'HATK 'by their »owerful inBuencc on the internal vis<-cra to prtrify the blood and stimulate it into hciltry arUoii. -.They'remove the: l)u^trllv^i••lls of tile s toni.n-ii, UownU, liver, nnd other Oisuns of the liotly, :;nd, by restoring their irregular iwiipn'to h(-:i;ih, ciiTvci, \\!ictcTcr they.cxlst, such Uk'r.i»£i"n™ts as arn thri.lirU causes of disease. Ar. ' i"s»-!.-<ive"lrial of ttirir \-irtno?, by Professors, Fh'ysip; in-!, nt.d Pn ictit«, has shown cures of dangeii'U'i iliii-:i!.es .-.Imjoit beyond bcircf, were they not jiu'ibti.i'J.nrf by )i<r>*m of unch exalted position £nd char.icUx as to forbid the su«picionof untnitb. . .jl'licir lor-.iiirates .ire published in my Amcriisui {.\lmana', J ivitieh-ibe As011'-1 bflow named are pira'ird It furni'-h ff^ "to all inquiring'^ i Annex...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

!!1 "OUAH STOAH/' 4 \' rpHE subscriber would ugalu announce uTliis chs- j; ¦ '.*. fomt>rH ivnd the'riublicr generally that' h'e.'has Vc i eclved a'larjrc- jissbrtmenjt of liOOTS, -VlsbS/fllES.] Vhicli lie intendk Hcilitig for.Ready Pag l\n:i;ly per' fciint. cheaper tlmn riin be bought tn(bis.inai^'^.(ilie I pen'tiine'"Boot.and SI100 Slorc down Tor.h.'or the'.1 iRare CliancV for Bargains, up ttjwp, not excepted.)—^uah Stoal," ,uaT j,e f0ufn>] tlie first door East of tlie Odd Fellows' "Itjif, Turnpike .-r trcc't, .firet floor., AI-:,though not' imfte vo'commotiiuu.t o? ?omo "stoalis," [!yct it answers our purpose very well for the present, j ^cither can we promise our ciStomcrji' that our "e»- tablishment" wilt not be "surpiisscd'* by ai.iy.in the : country>oon. bill We will promise o.ir customers!that ' Wc will ?ell Bool? and Shoes to unit ift quality and^'j price. Our stock embraces a general variety' of new I ;.ind cle^at't styles of Ladies' and Cenlknien'g w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

•¦- T] . .. ' •SBBSSSBBSSSSSil ' I EA6LG FOVJSDR1". '.!- J SAYRB, BEMLEY k lEBKISS^btiTing purch'aa t odof. Wikoa* Co. theEngk Foundry^ aronoWt • preparcdi. to fill order* from tho trade, and do work In% their Iipb with-Bkill and despatch, they will keep . onBtantli- on hatij^^^est kinds,) Stones, (all •kiuds,). Cultivator* , £tra». Cutters, Corn Skelters, ' i ^<r.,<tcs..<t&;'.¦-..'•;"-.--' ¦• :A : ->• .- :-_•.-: . -.. .¦.,.•' ; We iii^ite particular ftttcntjon to tto Vhwk which we nutuiifiicturc.; Wc inanu6ciu*e and keep for tale '¦ar' u l PfeWebTatcdBlakldey Flow. «c havfc PurehAedi tho^escluiive right to nranufac-4"r& fasL.««U iu thin countv, Wayne,: Wyonungand •Bradford,£ir&U'».J->at«^IronBeamPimc. the J^MWfc e"«'r%.o/iro,vcacCpting thehaudjes". It is celebrated foritn casydra'iTgliV bcini' one-third • eaweMpaitapy nowinu^.rtiteitsrtrilngthanddu' ¦¦¦ rabilityfarc great en; • ., . • ,- . I ¦ "- MACIllNEHY:....-v .- ¦ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

PElVXSVJLVAltIA TELLGBAPH. Enlargedfbrfil and Reduced'PricestllE CASH] 8f STEM ADOl'TED. ; " On and after the first of January, 15*56, thb Penn-¦ ylrauh Telegraph, bublisli'ed nt ilitrisbiuig. Pa., will be owned and conducted by: the. undersigned, who will give their btst efiergicajto make it vyortuy oflts cause and of its|. ftientts. '¦ i ? • | - It will commence the new year" piinied on-'ctitircly ncw type, and the M|eekly!great)y enlarged in fOrtn, while the price will be lower than, that of arjy other paper of its class eve: published uf the. Capital of the State, and payments will be required!stnctfy in advance. ¦ Xo paper will be »erit until it is paid for—and oil will be discontinued as the subscriptions ex pire, unless thev are renewed. ¦ ! The Telegraph wilj be issued SEMI-WEEfcLY, on I a aheet of twentT-fo'nk' coluiims, -during the session of 1 the Legislature.'and WEElvLY, onji double;sheet of; for ty-eight' columns the rcijiainddr of the year. ¦ U.' , will present a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 3 January 1856

\ ; Pr»; J. B. aiarichWl'i , ' CELEBRATED ICITHOLICON, [' rourni: RKtrer! isb"cciiElof ft-rrxiiisa ir.MAt.ts, \r ti III/; iT'jrtands pre-eminent for its ' WQ$i§$SsM!l///'' cttTi^rc Poyrcr * '" a*'' t!ie *Usm^s^^^ieW^' cnsWfo r whlchitis reco^nnioutt^^jjt ft FEMALE COMPLAINTS; - tfjSBH^^llI^ Of these ire. Prolapsus Utcti, Ur^W ,or foiling of-the womb; Fhutr . | Bn^^ ',A/ou'»,.or white*; Chronic In-J^BjHgnwSa flatiiatioii and UUcr'ation f/ M&fJwSUmBBk .th*\)Vpmb; Incidental llctHS^kstss Mmssfffttm/^ orrhfyr.'ortoodmfc. Painful, ^^^^^^^^~" Suppressed and irrtgi'lnrJUn-«frufrfio«, ic ,*with all their .accompanying ev|ls, (Cancer excepted,) no matter how severe or of ht>w long Standing. ' j - . v ¦ ' ' ! This medicine has never been introduced by empty pulTs, and misreprcscutiitions, nor ^ is it i:iten«k'd that its present poptilaiitv shall he tmstained by any inedinm but its merits and the approbation of the jijih- •REFERENCES. I feci it a duty ihcuml cut ur°" myself ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 January 1856

¦ t ] ' -• - • r WEskDENT^f ESSAGE. ' Filhw cilkens oj thecals and , ,,/ the Haunt oj RcprcsentaUvt* ; The Constitution of the United. States', provides tl'"' Congress shall assemble annually on-lite first Moiiday (if December, and irhas been usual for the President to make no comniiinieitiou of a public character to the Senate .arid House of Hepreseiitatiyes; until advised of^beir readiness to recei ve it, .. I have de-¦Yer|ed to this usage until the close of tlij first month, of the session, but niy eoiivic-:t«4 ot duty will' rjot permit the longer to ¦pal I'm me t he discharge of obligation enjoined ,'!by|tl»e constitution upon the president f to «[\S.-,t'> the Congress information ot the state vit'llie Union, suid recommend tojheir con-^siJ<p.jjon jueh measures as he^haU judge iiocp-siry and expedient." . ii is matter of congratulation that the Rcpulglie is tranquilly advancing in a career of prifeperity and peace. /itoKE'.GS KELATI0XS.—CENTRAL AMEEICA. . Whi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 January 1856

^ FEW8 AHD HOTIOHB ; •'.r. All people who write letters intisbear in raiod that from and after the beginning of th' year 185.6, afl letter pttB.toge must bo prepaid C stamps./ -" '' ¦'--V'" . - •... A .'Washington^letter, writer says that Cot Jehn C: Fremont is talked of as the Repulincaeandidat*-fQr.the Presidency He is a nau'Tcofftittk Carolina.' : ' ,; . T '¦ "° ' .;.. VAccording'to the report of. the N«. Orleans Chief of PoUce, duriag the last six moatb one tcth of the entire populatio&of that cit, k^ been placed under arrest 'ep^ : .-- . ..t During the late.difficulties in Kansas a large number of Shawnee and Delaware Indian,ei" pressed their willingneiis to join in the fight under tb» banner of the Free State men..¦'- ; If you wish to ascertain wheiheryo'ureggs are goqd and fresh, put therii in ifatw—^ti,, butts turn uj^jbev are tiot fresh. An inlUIUble role to tell a goodjegg from a bad one. - ¦I..,-. D* Robinson was aske^ l>y/. Gov.Shsti. non, what, the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 January 1856

'.Foreign Hews, ^ [ 1 he steamer Aragoarrived here;yestcrdav. from Havre and Southampton, 'bringing four da\ s later news from Europe. . Runiors of peace are abundant. Count Valentine E/tereazy has gone from Vienna to St. P,etersbnrg, as the bearer iof new propositions !of pekce,'i invented by Austria and assented Jo by both France and England. Tlie terms jthus sulir n.itted to tbeCzar arc: 1. The Blflek Sei to be,closed against war vesst>ls of all nations, Russmn, Turljish and other. 2. A general pnitection of the great powers oven the Chris-! tians ot Turkey. 3. -The free navigation of the Danube to be secured. 4. The fortresses of Bomarsund and Sevastopol! not.to be tebuilt: The Czar is to have a fortnight to consider these proposals; it he rejects them there will been end of negotiations till after the ne.xt campaign, in which-there is a vague, but we dare say a most falicious, notion Jliat Austria will take some part. . If he aecebts, a new conference will take pla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 January 1856

Jif e^ if}kpifjh\}i %epi\b\kw. C. P. UEAtti <t IT. H. FRAZlEIt, EDITORS. ¦'...."" ; MONTROSE PA. f ¦ ' j . : ' »m .-¦;¦¦ Thursday, Jaunary lOtb, i«M. ^TWejare requested to call :he attuntipn of the- njicinbdts to the Gop<1 Templars'1 notice, which will be found on bur third page. —-1—• ' 1- . - v •- J^*"Weitake ocx-asion, this week; to jog the memorie^ of subscribers and rcmijtid them that our terijis are 61,50 per annum], in advahef. It jsj better for bplb publihh'ers and subscribers to have the terms lived t|p tP.-For arrearages due on the-"Siisqiiehanna Register" the publishers cniuwt, in justice to themselves,^W;iit longer. J^rCanjanv bodytidl when Thoiuas fj. Benton dicd,ior became incapacitiitedihy a<»c or infirmity j for the Presidency ? lie was the choice «it| the Montrose Democrat for thai office about h year ngo, but now the same paper informs us that he is J»Sfcapablci of holding that office. When and^ bow, did ho become so? ! "*'¦;"' Stick ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 January 1856

Appointments by the bounty Commission-I ers for 1866. Coussel-I William J; Turrell: • ;! CLEnk-r-Willimii A. jCrossmom \ Mkbcaxtiie ArritAisjiR—Itasselas- Searle. The re-ipi ointment itf Mr; Crossmoii n* Cler k, indicates, what \vc have oh -several occasions heard mciitioi&d by the Commis-1 ; - 1 sioncrs,- that-'he perform.*' the duties! ot" his pttk-o faithfully and sati^iclorily. ' _L : : ! *_' 1! western Correspondence of the Eeprlbiican. Mr:ssr.s Eui*.of:s :—-Since my hwt,-.Winter, stark and cold, has. come) shrieking and how.i* 1115- fioiTi his <jnvr.-» iu' li.d Nuitli, to J.lhc mi <mali terror I'fevey^thing human that-is compelled to'givq him thehaiid nf "reenghition.— ' \ ' s \\ inter, not such a« i:-it-.|. to greet us.among the hill of Susqui-hs'um.1, (but Winter.'! where the North wind 001110.4 tci us over a thousand miles of chilling miow, with scarce a) hi 11 or tree to break jits force, freezing to the marrow. I had planned to go through t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 January 1856

Common Schools in Susquehanna- >\efind m the 'Pcimsylvaiiia School Journal,far Qetzcinber, some notes, by the Deputy Superintendent of''Common .Schools, of a recent visit to several counties of the Commonwcalth. On his remarks concerning this county, which wc give below,'Prof; Richardson \Ciii ....^—.. t - 1 , , , ' , • ,—• '"'-i some comments, hereafter, unless the same shalf have u;«... done by someone else: . Sti'squcbanna county, it is said by cbmpa: tent authority, can turn out a body of 800 teachers of respectable qualifications'; and Teachers' Associations are no new thing hpre-Wages are generally low,liowever.anditiany. teachers enter into other and more profitable pursuits, or seek professional, engagements in thejower counties. Some (JO or 40~werc in attendance at a week's session of the county institute jv and the instructions", ns far as witnessed, were practical and to the purpose.' Subsequent casual intercourse with the citizens of the county,- at differen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 January 1856

1 Cnardl&na Sfele. NOTICE is hereby given that to pursuance of an . ..order of Sale from the Orphans' Court of SusiquehMma .County, there will be exposed to public [sale by vendue, on Wednesday the 23d dav of January itcrf, at ll.b'c'nck A. -M.j the count Undivided ' jC-ne half part bf "all the fottotving described two pieces { or.parcelii bf land, the estate of James A. Chandler, minor km of Charles Chandler, late of Lenox Town-' phip„ittiaid County, deceased. The first piece situ- j Me in Lenox township aforesaid at the Forks of tbc • Tunkhsnnock Creel;, north of the Milford and Owe- j co Turnpike Koad.-—Beginning at a post mid stones j boroer.of the Edward Sibppen tract; thence south i fcej'deg. west 9Bj perches to a post; thence crossing •Skid creek below the Fork?,' west 201 ami nine tenth perches to a post ir. the original wiirrantee line; thence j north 8 dug. west 62 and one tenth perches to a i Basswool i stnnip original comer; thence north 85 ; deg. eastt5p{ pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 January 1856

^tm^mmmmmm^mftimmmmm^ CosmoMlitati Art JUsoeiation! ?SEC0ND^YE^ 4 ItRANGEMEJyTS for Tlho second inntial collect 1\. tion of this! new and popular ioatitqtioa for the dilTusion of Literature and -Art, hhve been rnide on' the iiiost ejttenslve scale. A mongj the works already Oiijfiged, is the far famed t* Genoa C^lcJftx,,, which ciigiiially cost ten thousand dollars. In forming the new «>ijection[ the diffusion of woiks of American Art and the [encouragement ot American'gcnius, have not .heen orerlookcd. "Commissions have been issuedtb many of the most dislanguished American Artisl*, who wffl contribute soiue-ot their finest productions. | Among them are three marble busts, executed by l^e greatest" lirrng sculptor—Hiram Powers: ' Gconui: Washisoios, the Father of his Country; Benjamin FaAKSLWi, the Philosopher; Daniel Wk-nsrKE, thja Statesman. A special agent has vUi' tetl Europe and made careful and judicious selections of fojeign works of art, both of bronze ¦ and warble;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 January 1856

cnttIST»A8 jiwb jTIKW TEARS * RE coming, but F. B. auuidler*s large and apleh-JCX. did uasortinent of Fancr Toys, Christmas GMU 4nd New Year's Fresents has preceded thcui, and !• tlow ready for a g.merat distribution among those 4ctaroiis of making glad the near{li of thyir friends or 'k little ones. i \.', , = There L* of course a nniversil irush in '"Kriss Krihf Te's" head quarters,, but so dxtensho and varied is 1 w supply that none need bj; disappointed by not laving an opportuiiltv of making desirable and satisfactory selections, "tie charges;' only—nothing—for exhibiting his beautiful wares-;—M that all may have *n opportunity of eeeing the-—" Elephant" and ¦ jaqualling bab1es^', provided 'thier are not- favored With the "soul-stirringstrain*"; of the latter, at home. J Also received, at F. B. Chandler's, an additional mipplv of elegant New Books,: *f Children's Games," Gold Pens and Cases, Slverl Pencils, Pbrtmoniea, Reticulis, Work Boxes, Portfolios, Jet Bracelets, fjhaw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 10 January 1856

Change of ¥ime. * ( DELA.WARE, LACKAWANNA AND WESRTEK 1 •'!:- RAILROAD. , :'-:-:;Vy , WiNTEr\ ARRANGEIVitNT. : j] ON and after Th.Hradav,,Dec. Uti,';^ &.theXaiJ ; Passenger Train will ^ depart- fiom ^cnuit^u at • 11.00 a.v, yilue' at'Gr«jit:Bond ni'2;^i r. «; 'p0n|: ncctin^ wiili the Dunkirk and Buflh!.) Express East J i on the X. Y. &'K. R. R. Passengers taking thisj: train will arrive in BufiSilo at 10:lsb r. M., aud in NeW. I xorkat 10:80 p. w. ' .j:'-.!- - j. . Returning, wUl leave Great Bcud at 3 p.m., duel! at Scran ton at 5. JO r.u, ¦¦¦¦/. . I- - - ij 'The Freight Accommodation Triu'n,' with passenger!! car attached, will leave Scxatotbn; at 1 p. jf.; connect^ * ing with the Jlail Train TTest, jand the Night Ex-ij press Trains both East and West. Passengers tak-<! ing this train and.the Night Express Fast, wilPar4| rive iu New York at 10:05 a. H. j by taking the^ightf: Express West, will arrive -in Dunkirk a> 12 m., otf bv taking the Mail Train...

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