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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

The Call for Mechanics iirthe West ' <>rretpodennci of the Republican. j Gap Grove, III., Jan. 14, 1856. There is no class of men to whom' the West give* i more urgent anil continued call than to Mechanics of j all kinds. The immense demand for men in all the ] mechanic arte, and die meagre supply, has put it into the power of these men to demand and get the "*x>st cxhorbitant prices lor any aad all kinds of mechanical labor. The throng of settlers constantly pouring in, who all want and must have houses of fomc- sort to cover them, has caused men who one ,*uul<J think never saw. a plane or chisel, to turn -Muse carpenters, all to tbcitune of two to three dol-!*rs a day and board. So, too, with masons: it is no t-uconimon thing for them to get from three to four '.<K>llcre a day, and even at these prices not half as. Aaiiy men as are needed can befound. the black"¦"¦ •ith asks only twenty cents to set • shoe, and for ty '.'' "' he fi...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

NEWS AND NOTIONS ... .The Legislature of Ohio stands on ¦ joint ballot Republicans 107, Democrats 39. ¦] I ... ."I"\vo millions of land will be brought) ! into market in Kansas Territory, by the first of next | June. .1- .. ' . N - ^ j The Alabama Democratic State Coin ' vention lia'vc Unanimously nominated General Pierce; for re-election. . • ,- <; ....The New York Observer has bcei^ .greatly ei/largcd, and now claims to be the largest newspaper in the .world. ,;' ] ... ijBoston has"six; thousand more femulcH I than mates, while Chicago has about fifteen thousand j more mafck than females. ' . ,| .... The New York papers - tire fiill of ac-j : counts of < isasters on the sea coast, caused by thfl ! late storm, f The number of shipwrecks is beyond all : precedent. ' i ... .Bayard Taylor will [make, it is said, i ?5,otiO this season, by lecturing.: John G. SaXo will j.nelt $4,000, if sickness does not break up top many of his engagements. v ! ..; .The BostoirTrans...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

!| Ifoticc. The Susquehanna-County Teachers' Association will meet at Kew Mjilford on Saturday the 6d of February next, at on6 o'clock] r. «... Bv order of the Executive Committee. , —?--—-j—! - Donatiou Ti«it. The friends of Sev. A. O. WiwiEs will make a Donation j Visit for bis benefit, at jCnion Hall in Harford, on the aftem >on arid evening of February. 2d, >856. A'cordial iivitation'is «Tt|cnded to all. Per order of Co nmUu«c. 1 ..' Festiral.i:' , ' - ¦ ¦ >'A Festivail for tie benefit of St; Andrew's Episcopal Church. Sprint ville, will be held at the house o Spencer Hickcox, on Thursday evening. Jan. "1st. v Supper will be served from seven till nine o'clock and ?rery exertion! will be made ip render it descrv ing of a liberal patronage. ; . Spriiigyille, Jan. 22, 185C. | THE INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN. PL-BUsinED EVEET TIICESDAV MOR^ISG, AT K0NTH0SE, j PA1 ., AT ti.50 >EB ASSCM. kx AUVASCK. I Rates of Advertising. One square (16 lines or loss) on...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

v ^ AT HOME AGAIN. PerteMfynce has triumphed over every obstacle. "VfOTWlTIISTAKDIKG a destructive fire, an ex-XV tensive loss, and a ten months .sickness, Abel Tnrrell has completed his New Brick Store, (built upon the same ground occupied by his former Store, that was consumed by fire, and in" the New Brick Block.) into which-he. has removed his stock of Goods, where he will with' pleasure wait upon patrons. An entirely ucw and extensive assortment-of Goods will soon be added to tlie present stock.' The patronage of the publidis solicited, with the assurance that t'lclnterest of purchasers will be promoted. -Montrose, January 23,; 1856. P.WHITE'S PRICE CURRENT?. Double Extra Flour,..'I $10,00 per bbl - " " " - ?2,C0Saok,49*b *1,25 " 24JK. Buck Wheat Flour, $1,12i " 5011) Extra Feed, ; $li75 per 1001b Extra Flour, .$9,62 per bb'l • Mess Pork, .'..' 11 cents per B> Com Heal, ,$1,06 Sack 50ftV They do say White keeps the best and cheapest -Goods in market. . Going with a rus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

BHTItlES FOB THE Tl*dES. ONCE more a bright new year, With its blessings and its cheer, Wc have gladly welcomed here. Now, as your plans you fix,.. And as canu'stly you mix In the scones of fifty six— j , Pray give yourselves the plea-mre, At your earliest hour of leisur^, . Of securing such a treasure | As Deans, the "Man of Faces,!" With a sunlight pencil traces t And to suit your fancy, places Iu his neatly finished cases I . Defer not till to-morrow! t Wait not for seam and furrow. j ¦ Which come with age and sorrow; But go let the artist take you.1 Ere youth's warm glow forsake jou, And a copy true hell make' you. The place where Jhis can be done to perfection (No doubt you nave been there before) Is (I'm sure you cannot mistake the direction) j At Odd Fellow's Hall, second floor. BOOT AHD SHOE EMPORIUM OF _ - 6a li SillOBS* THE subscriber has removed his Boot and Shoe Store into the building recently occupied by Messrs. 2*cntlcy k Read, Public Avenue, first above the Post-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

Chaugc of Time. DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND WESRTEN RAIL.ROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. ON and after Thursdav, Dec. 6th, 1855, the Mail Passenger Train will depart from Scratiton nt 11.00 a: v. Due at Great Bend at 2.1o r>v. Connecting witli the Duhkitk and liuftalo Express East, on the N. Yi k E. R. R. Passengers taking this train will arrive in Buffalo at 10:30 r. m., and iu New-York at 10:30 r. li. Reluming, will leave Great Bend at 3. ,r. a., due at Scrantou at 5.50 P. M. Tlie Freight Accommodation Train, with passenger car attached, will leave Scranton at 1 r. n.; connecting with tho Mail Train West, and the' Night Ex. Npress Trains bothEast and West Passengers taking this train and the Night Express Fast, will arrive in New York at 10:05 a. m.; by taking th<> Night Express West, will arrive in Dunkirk at 12 M., or by taking the Mail Train West, will arrive at Dunkirk at 7:20 p. m.. ' Returning, will leave Great Bend at 7 a. u. and arat Scranton 12,lo p. it. Pa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

Banking Doase j 1 -" ov '. ¦ '¦ -r v; . " POST, COOPER A CO. HENRY DRINKER, V I^irm„^„„' WM.H17NTTIN0COOPER. 1 „-MONTROSE, ¦¦;.-ISAAC L.-POST.| - - , porcmbcr 12, IMC. DRAFTS on New York City and Philadelphia.— CoIlccUons promptly made a^id remitted, -v Office tours frqm 10 a. m."to 3...-..v " 1 Messrs. Alien i-Paxton-, N.York.' REFERENCE, j *$ai*pu«] C. Morton, Esq., Phil's, x ) Hon. William Jessupj Monirosf. i MILLINERY AT NEW MILFORD PA.' Mrs. H. D.Ward : "V^roULp respectfully give notice to; the pubHe » * that slie has. agaiii resumed her business at Millinery at New Milford, Pa. She has arrangcraeiits by-nhich she wil^ receive from New York the latest styles of Ladies; and Misses' Huts and Bonnets of •>• ery description, and also to procure on5 short notfee any article of tbej kind that anv personj might «ht.". From such arrangemcuts- and from her) past expert encc,.she hopes to please all who mav favor her with their custom. All kinds of re-trimfniiig and repair-. ing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

ia i. 1T01S ft eti, LAIVE8BOBO. Dec 1865. H AVE en-hand a general assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard-ware, Tin-ware, Stoveware, II'oodeu ware. Looking Glasses, Crockery, Carpets, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Glass, Nails, Paints, Lamp and Linseed Oil, Doct Jaj ne'a celebrated Family Medicines, Books and Siationery, Carpenters' and Joiners' Tools, 6000 yards Sheeting, Cotton and Woolen Yarns, Cooking, Parlor and Shop Stoves, Stove Pipe, Zinc, kc kc' As we buy for cash.we are disposed to sell for cash, a little cheaper than the cheapest Call and see. . B. R. LYONS k CO. QALT, FLOUR and PORK, bv the pound, sack, O barrel, or^by tho load. B. fc LYONS & CO. | Lancsboro, Dec.,-1855. FIVE pounds Young Hvson Tea for one dollar, at B. R. Ltoss k Go's." , Twelve pounds good Sugar for one dollar, at B. R Lyons k Co'sl Three gallons Molasses for one dollar, at B..R. Ltons *v Co's. Six pounds Candles for one dollar, at B. R. Lrotcs "tCo's.' Fourteen yards good Sheeting for o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

?ifJsecili-$cot|s-- Ssfccf iflfls Trip lightly over TrouI)Ie. »£•¦•- Trip lightly over trouble, • Trip, lightly over .wrong; .We only make grief double ' ' By d ivelliiiij ou it long; '¦• Why clasp woo'jthand so.tightly; Why sigh o'er blossoms dead V Why eiiiig to forms unsightly; Why.'not .seek joy instead: -Tr ip lightly over sorrow ; Though this day may be dark, The sun i..ay shine trwnortow,-Aad *aiiy sif.jrthe lark; Fair hopes have,not departed . Though'roses may have fled; Then never be doxii-heartcd, But look fd> joy iusu-ad. Trip lightly brer sadness, Stand not to rail at doom; We've pearls to siring of gladness ' . . Oa tub side of the tomb ? Whilst siais arc nightly shining, And heaven is overhead, Encourage not.repining " But look for joy.instead.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

SHARP'S RIFLE. / Sharp's riflc."S** as invented by the person whose name it'bears, near llatford, 'Conn., about five years, since. The patent for it is now .owned l>[y sin incorporated, company namci*. after it. The rifles ate at present fnadc exclusively by Rabbins & Lawrer.ce; itjfaas tlTe pwdcratcil, groove, is a foot shorter than the. United Slates rifle, and can readily bo li red ten times per niiiinte, arid from ¦ this'to sixteen time's by a j>rar-tici'<] hand. It ji^-loaded at the breech, which receives the cartridge by an operation m>t unlike that-of opening .1 pair b^cissurs, and with nearly the game facility. It carries a ball with great precision and.force. The fuli explosive pow-' er" of the powder is: availed yl" in this rifle.— Much of tiie effect of win la-e; is obviated by the.'"shape.of the ball, as we'll as by .its posttve motion when it h-aves the muzzle of the ¦ piece fin this it resembles the Minie. It is tipfe complicat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

¦ The Gimate of Countries. Although. Edinburgh ja Great Britain, is situated ten; degrees further north than, the city of New Yoik, it has amut'li warmer dimate in winter, and the heat aud cold never attain to such extremes. The, climate of England is, to the majority of our people, a mystfcry. <^The. Island is situated between 50 arid 5a.:deg. north latitude, and it has a niildsr climate than any we-enjoy, in the latitudes of «•»***.*% The British Isles are situated in tbe path of warm ocean current. *, which flow across the Atlantic and beat upon and circplato around them. .The wild .Orkney falands, which are situated in 59 deg. 5 mim, have warmer winters than1 wc-have in New York, which js sltuated.uboutlT deg. further, soufhi. In the city <f Glasgow! the mean temperature iu (he month of January is 38 deg. and it, bis nevl-r been .below zero but twice iu forty years, rind then*oiily 2 deg. for two days. ...Jn.Ur.st, iu,t!ic Shetland Is-Jarids,-hr latitude, GO ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

Original Hew Efcceipts ' "• ' , - .--BY'.'MISS;.1.ESWE. . ..' ¦;•."¦" / Covin-gton CAKE.--Tak"in Pint and alhall (.ir tljree largo breakfast ct|ps) ^ of-fim* flour, and sift it. .Hollo a large "|pe Jetnon njidfef . yonr hand upon a table, ti||&4ten the fntit iin'd increase the juice. T|ien grate' off tte yellow rind: upon a plain, c|u the lemon j and squeeze the juice upon the feat or grating.— Cut tip a cup of fresh butti|r into the. pijn.of fii.tir. Add",.-gradually, a pint'and a li.-ijf .of powdered white.sugar.. Piit in a teaspoonfiH, of crean'i of tarttir disso ,ved in very little lutc-if.irm water, .and then i.half ti-nspiionhil of soda dissolved also; orjelso one 01' Babliitt's ye.ist powders. •!".''••-¦ liet^r four egrtr.s very light. Make* hole, in'tho middle of the flour, ind stir in a hall pint of rich milk. Then aq'd, gradually, the beaten rggsi'-imd tbe lemon).' .. Stir the whole very hard. Trrbsfer it, to! abuUerc'iI.pan, and bake: it, either lis a loaf h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

. Tontrues it Trees-" | ¦ lyicc observers .'of N|tnre have reihafkcd the variety of tone* yilldetl by tree>| when played upon.'by>thc.wipd. I ••' ¦ Mrs. lit mens once a-flscd Sir Walt<|-Scott if he had nliticed that efcry tree gavcfotit its pecu'iar sound'?, " YcJ""said he, " f.havc; and i think .samcthing ijiiglit be do;ib|by tho uniotvef poetry and iiitisic to imitall? tho^e voices, giving a different measure to tfic oak, the pine, thrf willow, etc." -iThere is | Highland air of somewhat similar chiraet'r, called Uie ' Notes of Seti-IJirds:' In Ilenh- Taylor's .".drama,, f Edwin the. Fair.' th.l-rc are some pleasing lines, where the wind s feigned to feel the want of a voice, and to Ivoo ;jie trees to give him one. lie! applied lb sever-1 al; but the wanderer lCsttKi with the { mo, because' her voice was cpli-ftant, i-dft, and lowly deep ;s and he weii'omctl in rterjji mild memorial of. the oci-an onvejhis biitrr^ilacc, Tlicre is a line description' of...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

, A Ho-ister of the "Woods i" One of the'largest Panthers ever, s-j.cn or lu-ard of in this pari ol the world, w.;|. "recently killed by »'party .'of hunters iijj Pott, r county, Pa]., :md brought to this villpge by a Mr. Daveijport, one of their inimbe5\ This terrible t"c|iizcn of'the forest weighed, when shot ^ lSO pounds, ar.d measured plump.eight feet from th-.i tip of its nose to the end of its tail. He is about one-third larger tlian such ugly looking customers generally nreji ;-.n.l would have j mode sad havoc with a miiu 'in a-hand-to-chl-Avfight among bis native u'tjds. A boy .who was i\itt with the hunters/first discovered Jiis-Panthersnip crouched ^n a free, but about thirty feet oil" and preparing for the fattd spring; With a true huiiU-i's courage he brought his rifle to-bear oi> the dread liie, when, as the files would have it,' the weapon missed fixe!-' Nothing daunted, he seized the fire!oc|v by ihe barrel, determined tQ sell out toj^be best advantage,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

Bonnets and Sfeixts- |.. ij wr a auoiBLx*. '•¦¦'¦' !: ¦"- J Little head «nd little bonnet, " • r ! LHtle pito with nottYmg oniit! I i 'One might siy, "with notlliug in it," i. But thatiyon. charm mce v|nr minute—) I. t. Little lidy, now-1 know j * ' i" i \VTiy riiaidens let their riliglets grow,' ' ;- j Forothcrtrise—as Jxiim<JtB go^- - , |- Their heads would fnezk anil'tliat iaso! 1 Little waUt and moastrous jflomyces! ' • j I JIow tbo. silk sea. waves and. liouuce*! j IJaar tbe( hooping billows quiver, ... ¦ .'.'.-"!- I Like a lovelv rustling riverj! j ; Oh, Kfoadrous wMer-silken sea!v : ' . .."jVluit whalebones in your depths must be J '< What lots of gold—-all Tra«tefully i ] Squandered on you—bright silken seal I I j j The Lako^st Mnxisrtoe; World.—The largest and most comprehebSive mill in the' world is the Pacific afXawreScd, Masii. The floor sYrfacet'.^fUu* immense.strucWt* is i(V; acres; the largest mill in England is 11 1 "2 acres. There arc now in op...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

...i.--'. >..¦ i F, BvCHANBLBR-- .-..•:-j, O" J* a good !ts*ortroerit «f' FA LI. A ND WINtCL'TEii ffOOJi&'Mhteh will bo sola as cheap its dtrf^aWSf tfiarltet: ;Plaf*v "fieMnr,- Pahiniett*» rtild Si!lS'-bl5i4riiA>ti'of-'lii«l!tieR and m lto^inguN^i; Pr intg and Rhawb, J'rown"-\-uiil lliwcbed IWiiyliQs, Comforter*, 'C' arpct Bags shd 0«rs?i'aes, Crockorv arid GLvs Wkti^l4t&toK (ihfsis, *S5al*aiv Glau and Nid' AS*^^8j>?riu7; Me<Jeac!tt-|(j ii/Jthv flgur^Huid-«o4«aodlffl» ^c,;-,..,,., 'i. ..",-.-/ '•.--.-,-. i-„ ^;, v&&AD2.MAm<0£Q THJKG.\}\. A good Madt-i^so^ Clotiu aid es-^inierps, JeaMi \re«tingf vitci *iU5io sold as verv BajBlLiwofits.'.. 1- .- r ;: ^r ' STOVES ANTf PIPE. • : .-;'; '. A fdir'Cooking 'saA rarlocRirtvo-.^fo^ood bfctjat, wiu^widWiv.w'cJi^tE'cm'outr. '•' I* '" ' '•""'" .*'" ' WANTED.,ri ... l:;-j;:: GrainHofaH kiwl#,"»VlHt« Ceafu, Sock», (if good oneg,) old fron, oid.(?opfwrjor Ernw **««-1>' Qc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

¦,.ir "Or. J,B. ~tS,u»-lii>i-i: .. fELSBiliTCD CATfl0Ll€0N, FOB TUKKKl.lEir.iHU ccSlK Or -STrrBRISltViaiAtlS. ..... ,\f#. If f tawi? prc-e-.nircnt for its ff*®WriW/fr: Cl«"!uive |>o»«is in all the dis-P"»t&^ ¦l-fiy»vS ,cs '"¦"»hicli i' istl-co laiien-£52^"' *, *# -d^'i usually ealt.'iT. J^^S^r*: ^ ^l-Vl-l* COJlPLAlNTrt. £lsg& ? ^y§^ "'t-":?'! arc PrcMp*u* Z'.'iri, ^^^g''" v^ v^;. icr i.llirg uf llib womb; F'l.or E!1*mj) )l v^j^1 - -^ !' ¦ '",«•' wliit'.-s; <:h! ¦ <• ¦ ,'i<- hi-~ S.ipjir ¦ •¦*$¦> hi;JIrri-i'il'ar'M'itx.'r.-'«'"»:t; Ae., with all. their tiecrtinp.iiiyinj; evil:--, ti':iiiciT'P!.'-"pt'., i!,) no : l-Y-lo. - hon'^vcu- or of !miv \n:<i Slatnliii". Tlii-s'mcdiiiiisc !i«s lienor been i.-.t:r,.!uccd by empty piiil's, iitsd uii->rcprest BtTitioti.--, iior is it intciuK-il tin).-its present Ji.iptilari.? «li:ill be -iislciitoil by nn.v UH'diKia Wit iisiiioiils :n tithe opp'obuiiouof tin: pn')- | j IIR...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

. ¦'-AYEIV^-'; ;,-Arc ctirin*!: (be Siclc to aniextcnt never before kiiojyii of any|nieilicine. lij.AIiHiS, READ MfjJOOftEidR VtUiRSSLYEs! JC!,K^ !f YTF.r-, V*<i.t tho.- well kirnvn ptnr-irat-r, fit t Chr'innt. i^ircri, I'JiHa'ktplii*!, -a*bj-«e .cliutco (troducu ari1 fi't;*;-! ;a ali>u^i t \ try luiloi, sp-ty f ; "I n:n lin;t:jy.lo >.**) <*! ytmr <UtiJ«btic FiLU,.rtut I I:*tv^ (..rin.J^Cu'ii) ;i. I i'Jicr fannJy um Hirinc, f«r cOinnifni **it. t!i*ni" r.iiy *,r!,(T v.itltm »-.>¦ knuwjrdce. * Jliny of my 'ti^ii-s Jj.ive f„.il./oti i<»*irkr-T IfOticd'^inmi- the in, and cou.rS.v. with Jim in ti*li»vin*i tba: ihev j*ui>r^.ei!rr,(>Hiu.i*ry xirMcs'-Uif lirivinijout tti^c'uQit.nntrcuk'tugihtifcicJc: They nr-> not only clfcctiia*, but safe a»4 pl^a'-.tni to bo taken—qi-iiititrw.liicli nui.-t make them valued Ly ihe jmblh, wIhmi jhfry arR .kiiowii.*1 H:r vtT.L-r.ir.Ie Cliar.reihir ivARlJL.-lU'.wp'tei torn naltiintrrt 13t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

O odol Mdron &-Ca the Eagle: Foundry are w? prepaid ^• •filt-or,;™ frt*", tl)(;?radc, D Ji% their lm» wiUl^hOljaa,,,^^b_.:, Thevwm°^ ° onswiitiv on hand P.to,*., (best Uud8,)'&w;., ,'E kind,.) 0!lth<,tor«,.Strav,CuHcr*, <;L Shj£ .ore, txe. itr*. :•--':.: • i.. . » Wciivvito particulariiuecti'ou td't iio Plows-whi'i. vre mamifcteiure. . Wc inuimfacturc and keop for piu ,„:! , -.T^"- C<Hral,:iI'Blatchh,, Phv ' aU Wi» have ptiwh*«ja. thi;'cMlnsi«. light to' marnfi,, tim- ami eoU- iu this comity, AVavi.S, WvomwS*, ]>v ;, made r»«.^.«/ w,», csc'«ptfnp t!lt: &J™. It., evirated, fm-it, t-usy dwrifiht, bSn? dnt-S twi^r llja.1 any now mpe, while its strength .iBd d„ i-ohihtv lire greater. '; - -- T ,,,Ba **«¦¦. . ¦¦¦¦ ••] ¦ .- MACfHINERY. i '; KXr*1 ^:^ "^'^hy e^ri «*- . SVro,.,- fc,,,;,,,,, Ga.rivfjorMll^ sLtf. jr.-i (Imp-*, d'r.-i{\. ' ¦ • ¦ ¦Amor* the ?.c.vc-; «iaj:w.rtnita&crt'i*, arc t!,. l ^: to,.^,,uh p ^Rw gK^U^.,,^ ^ ?S?r...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 24 January 1856

C8»»"f*STe| llAS A"*iI».*«-I**>V,l!*GARS I ' A ^ coining, but F ;B. Cluindler'rt large and Hploii- { 2\. did a.s. >Kirttiient. of-Fancy Toys, Chriotmas Gilb ntid N' «w Yeaii"1 *. PVewnts lw.* p-cccdcd them, and-: U i now rcidy for a generaldi-itributiou om'onp thoso dc-1 sirons of making glad Jhe nean* of their fiitnds or'; "little Acs. '.'¦'"". '" " ; There is of I'mirse a tmiv?r"ai rn>=h to "Kii«« Krtn- \ KloV h.'rtd n,narlei'.v b'.it fo exte.usi.c and varied is hi.; supply abut -tone need ,bi> disappoinlcd -by. not ha'viiig an oppui (unity of in.»l»ing desirable ^id.'satiK- ; fiietory sehictioiis. He' clu/rpi.'-- colj-—liotTiinj; jbr ' exhibiting his hcn'iiifol wriies—so that all nuiv have '• an opportunity of sceinjr the—•" Elephant " and i '•-suuatlinft.bal.ie-i," provided thcy^ai-c not favored with the •S:oi,!-~tiiTiiiystK>ins" of the latter, at home. Al-o received, at F. B. Chandler's, at: additional supply of elegant New Rooks, " Children...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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