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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

- I" ' Fire, Fire! The Montrose Fire Company will meet at Bloomer Hall on Monday evening, February 4th, at 7 o'clock. i F. B. CnAWDLXB, Sec'v. i>" f l——+-^- j" " -R^neh * Ready, Take Notice. The jRough"$ Ready Fire Company are hereby notified ko meet 'at their Moms on Saturday Februarv 2d, at|6J o'clock. B. 8. Bkstlit,>., Sec'y. " i ! Notice. - ^"hej Susquehanna County Teachers* Association will m|ct at NcwMilibrd onSaturday the 2d of Febriiary next, at one o'clock r. ».: By 4rder-of the Executive Committee.' | Pouation Visit. Tliejfiiemls of Rev. Ai O. Waheks will make a Donation Visit for Ills benefit, at Union, HaD in Harford, njti the afternoon andj evening of February 2d, 185t3. | A cordial invitation is extended to all. j Perijorder of Committee. . . \,, -..J-----:,- .. - | Festival..' A -Festival for the iicncfit of St. Andrew's Episeopal Church, Spii:ig\i!!e, will be held at the-house of Spencer Hickcox, on Thursday evening, Jan. Elst. Supper will be'served f...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

-vita ^ WarHltk Great Britain! THE Central American question is not yet settled, , but OVTTEXBRRG , ROSEXBA UiTJbCO. are finally settled in tfceimew store in the East end of the New Brick Block, where soldiers who intend to enlist for tho war can be supplied with regimentals and all sorts of Clothing, and those who desire to take their wives with them, can also be supplied with tbe best of materials for ladies' wear, from a Stocking up to a Bonnet, cither in sohlier or citizen style.'f Knowing tbe citizens of Susquehanna county to be brave and patriotic, wc are sure they intend to bo prepared for the coming struggle, "and. therefore advise them to call on us and examine ouroxtensive slock, which wc are assured we can seM^as low as any other firm this, side of New York irfy. Our stock, which we have very lately purchased and with great care selected, comprises a full assortment of -. mcut vi \ LADIESTWEAR , such as Shawls,/rom $1 up to $30,; Die?s Goods from a-10 cent 'Calico Dre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

RHT9IES FOR TBS TIMES' ONCE id* a brigfct new year, With its blessings and its cheer, We have gladly welcomed here. Now, as your plans you fix, * ¦ And as earnestly you tuis In tbe scenes of fifty six-Pray give yourselves the pleagtire", At your earliest hour of leisure, Of securing such a treasure As Deans, the "Man of Facex," With a sunlight pencil traces 1 And to suit your fancy, places In his neatly finished cases! Defer not till to-morrow! Wait not for scam and furrow'' , Which come with age aud sorrow; f. < 4 But go let the artist ukc you, ,. Ere youth's warm glow forsake yon, And'a copy true hell make you. The place where this can be'done to perfection (No doubt you have been there before) Is (Fm sure vou cannot mistake the direction) At Odd Fellow's Hatt, second floor. BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUiTf OF ' ' ' v e» b. siiieis, THE subscriber has removed his Boot and Shoe Store into the building recently occupied by Messrs. JJontley & Read, Public Avenue, first abo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

ir». if ens & it.. lAlfESBORO. y ib*-1855-HAVE on. hand a general assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard-ware, Tin-ware, Stoveware, ¦ If ooden ware,. Looking Glasses, Crockery,-Carpets, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Glass, Nails, Paints, Lamp and Linseed Oil, Doct, Jayne's celebrated Family Medicines, Books and Siationery, Carpenters' and Joiners'Tools, 5000 yards Sheeting, Cotton and Woolen Yams, Cooking, Parlor and Shop Stoves, Store Pipe, Zinc, Ac. &c. :As wo-buy for cash wc arc disposed to sell for cash,,a little cheaper than the ch&pcst. Call and see. -' ___._: _ '_ B. R. LYONS ACQ. SALT, FLOifR and PORK, bv tlie pound, "sack, barrel, or by the load. B. R. LYONS & CO. Lancsboro, Dec, 1855. ' ] ] FIVE pounds Young Hvson Tea for one dollar, at B. R. Lyons & Co's. | Twelve pounds goo<i Sugar for one dollar, at B. R Ltons & Co's. - Three gallons Molasses for one dollar,. at B. R. Lyons A-Co's. I ' .' Six pounds Candles ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

Ctaangcof Time. .( DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND WESRTEN'! ']¦ RAII^ ROAR. f j WINTER ARRANBEMENT. , ¦ .! ON and after -Thursday-*."Dec. 6th, 1855, the Mail i . Fas»cug*>r Train will depart from Serariton at • ll.On a. «. Due at Great Bend at 2:10 v. «. Con- \ nceting with rite Dunkirk and Buf&!o Express East, ! on the N. Y; ft E. R. R. , Passengcre taking this j train will arrive in Buffalo at 10:30 P. n., and in New York at 10:50 r. v. ¦ / i Rctnrning, will leave Great Bend at 3 r. if., due j atScrtntonjat 5.50 r. «. ' -. -' . 1 The FVeight Accommodation Train, with passenger j <;«r attached, will leave Scranton at 1. p. v.; connect- ] ing with tbe Mail Train West, .and, tlie Night Ex- j press Trains bothEast aud West. Passengers tak-1 ing this train and tlie Night Express Fast, will arrive in New York at 10:05 a. ».; by taking the Night. Express West, will arrive in Dunkirk at 12 v., or [¦ •\ • j i j II ¦ by taking tbe Mail Train West, .will arrjve at Dunkirk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

¦,'r ¦••[¦' - " Bankiag H«Ds«? -['" ; f5^S; ' ' '.. . i - OF- ' '' ¦ b'i'-:" ^-;- ... .Jt»o»y<r. cooper & co.; i HENRY DRINKER, ) ¦ vni-vtfnitj' WM. HUNTTING COOPER. \ v- MO*TR JiS hr. ISAAC L. POST. , November 12, 1855 y DRAFTS on New York City and Philadelphia.— . - Collections promptly made and remitted." : Office hours from 10 jl. a. to 3. . ! I Messrs. Allen* Pax ton, X. Tortt. REFERENCE, \ Sam'uet C. Morton, Esq., PWl'a. . ) Hon. Wiliinm Jessup, Montrose. j- MILLINERY AT NEW MILfORD P/E ¦¦,[¦'¦ Mrs. R. T>. Wardf ."'.. '-:^'\ T\70TTLD respectfully give notice to the pubtbl 1 t V 1 that'she has-.igain^ resimied her business af,. :' t Millinery at ;Xcw Milford, Pa.. She lias arrangement*.t : by which she will receive from New York, the latest * styles, o ^ f Ladies* and Misses' Habi and Bonnets of «r- - i cry description, and also to procure on short nottc* ." ' ¦ aviT aa^rte of the. kind tliat any. person might want I From sjneJt iK-KKigemeuts and from Be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

jfie Jm #-ity ffr^tfe My Own Fireside' '"-'¦'- ¦ BV.ALAniC VrjLTIS. It is the mystic circle that-surrounds '' ' Comforts and virtues never known beyond ..Its hallowed limit;_ ¦ '; - South rr. r Let "others seek for empty joys ¦ -¦•.' <At ball, or concert, rout or play; "prjiitst, far from Fashion's idle.noise, 1Her gilded domes and trappings gay, ;' I while the .wintry eve away,-,' " . Twist book aud lute the hours divide, * ' And marvel how 1 e'er could stray From thee—my own firoside! \ • v,/ : J My own fireside! Those'simple words' ':;- "Can bid the sweetest dreams arise, "'-'"Awaken lading's tenderest chords, " ¦ > ¦ And fill with tears of joy mine eyes. "•! :< What is there mv wild heart can prize, That doth not in thy sphere abide, Fount of my home-bred sympathies, :-¦ ;' -"' jjvown—niyowafiicside! '"> A gentle form is^tear mo now, - A small white hand is clasped in mine; •. I gaze upon her placid brow, , _,-¦ And.ask, what-joys'can equal ttun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

POTATOES. From.lhc Paicni-Ofjicc. Report. -• .Piiodi:cti©x op I\ev", Varieties rnoM Seed.—In autumn", srtoii nfW-'.ttie appearance of the first Tieay'y frosts, kt the pbtato balls, or app1es,„be gathered, macerated in water, the seed separated from the pulp, and put in some convenient',place to dry, after'which thfey may--be ftaftlied up iii'art air-tight bottle or box, and tfept until required for u»e. As ' "few'-of the'early sorts produce blossoma, in order to process seeds from thetft, deprive the plant of-its ' tuliers as. they appear, and keep/the'runniro from which they appear above ground,' by not, earthing'up the plant, and blossoms.and seoJ's will soon appear.— About tho first of March, In the latitude ol .Washingf/iny let the seeds be sown in a hotbed, in lines six inches apart, a quarter of an inch deep, and very th% When water is neoe'$sary, after .the seed is up, put it between .<%£.lines, but avoid wetting the pjants, as that "wpuld injure them, taking c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

^^ IthB tioUSEiEBPEk jy. DOMESTIC KBCElPtfr "v.•;: . .. OrsTKi! TdAST.-1-nruisc onean<h..vy' fmej 'n--ft:.Mft.r|ar:'takfc-. twenty ,6yst«-tN, wit «1F their heaife-,'a.nd ch-i' them imall. M-k the anelK>vy^-tiid'thn)>l*J "i^i'Vi "'» a; «»"w'P«», With as »»u«li vrcinn-as will tilrtku theiil.ut a good cunMst;.^.y. Add a.lit:tle.cay.'ime pepper > sprc;i!i them when quite hot, on a rurtml of hot, »«l,itbutieii.'d toast; cut as-for: ancho vy t'ia*t. • ,' j *•''','"' How\o Db'xss a Ham.—Buil it in hoes, a quarter of an hour to each pound; then put it in art-oven, anil bake it'.another- quarter of an hour to thti same weight; and I'll wntu^e to say the epicures will acknowledge that nothing can be more"delicious.-Tig Pudimkg:—ljaif pound 'of lig-s, half pound of.flour, two ]eggs, half.pptind of suet, a little sugar, smd a 'little wine, Salt; and various spices. To be boiled in a jtiti shape for four hours. j j Compute of Aisles.—Pdre six] large app!e-. cu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

i_ bhsmessmds..._l; ! : ^T. i- Orchard, H- D-;' IiirrglOLVK A\D SURGEOX, Jackson, Susouc-.- 'harirracounty, Pa. ".Residence atthePostoDice. :.__. ,-- _^- ^ ^i,amb,; •* ' /^1ABIKBT MAKER8,'hnvc recently opened a warc-\s roirai in Kew Milfnrd, Pa., and vrill teep Cobsfcintlv oil hand nil kind* of CaVmet-w;iro; also Readylnadc'CoflitjiS.- Funerals nttended with or without a hearse. Ware-room nearly oppb.-ite J. Diekerman's Store. ' "'. ¦' '.' Xew .Milford, May.13, lto?. ." 20^-ly, Keeler & Stoddard., DE ALERS IN BOOTS & SUOES, Lenther & Findings, on Mnifi'e St., ficst doorhelon-geariu's Hotel.: - -'..: - .:'-..' - . I - Montrose, Jan. 1.^1850.' '„ '" C.H. Simmons, B0 t>T, AND SUOE MAKER. Shop first door easl of Odd Fellows' Hall, Turnpike St., Moh^Me ^ •¦'"¦' |"'"¦"T" \r. Singietonr ""' GAS now he found at his ne«-stand on Qwego st. tivo.dQors west of Searfc's Hotelj where be </ /fctuafft/;, repairs with dUpateh, Watches, Clocks, Jeweldv, Guns, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

Dr. J. B. Mnrchiai'n CELEBRATED OATilOLlCOX, For. tukTeuei- asd cewtof scrrKBiso vemaiks. '.. - ¦ It. stands pre-eminent for its Mfj^^wSSJ///t curative powers in allihe Uiss2ili>33Pll£ i *a3es- *°Twu'cu''t'" recoiimen-, JjSSg^ lip FEMALE COMPLAINTS. ^^Ks^^^ Of these arc Prolapsus Uifri, figaj^^A^: or falling of the w.onib.; Fluor ypHt'^%f^ Mltus, or whites: Chrome Inll jWm ^ Hamotion and Ulceration of ¦ Prapi^B" *;/ic; Womb;' Incidental Unit-E^E£s£!! mmt/ ;orrfc<i.7#, or Feeding :P"infiil, =SB2X^^S^ Sujy'rrsscJand irrr-rruUr Menstruation, Ac! with -all 'their accompanying evils, (Cancer excepled,) no matter how severe or of how Ions Standing ,',",, This mcdic-ine has never been intiod-.iced by empty putVi, and iiiisrepi-i-sentiitiou?, nor is it intended Ilia; ius present popularity shall be sUsttiifed by;any mediuiubut iti merils a,n<Uhc approbation of the pub t; EiEFERENClES. •" I feel it a diitv incumbent upon myself to declare publicly the great jilessing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

CIlItlfSTTIAH ASn&BW YEARS 4 RE comihp, but V B. Cliandlcr't>large and splen^l J\. did ossortineut of Faicy Toys, Christmas Gifts •¦' mill New1'Year's Presents has preceded them, and 1» no* ready for a generaldistribution'amOJtg ^ tbow? d*- ¦'> fiyousof inakiiig glad Ujo nearts of., their iiiortds or . "little ones. ; •:. ' . There is. of course a universal rush to f'Knss'Ki-in- ; glcV head quarters,' hut so'extcns.j-io and yiirtod "is bis supply: '-flint none, tiei'd be disappointed by iiof ; having an opportunity of making desirnblp and satis- •, factory gelections. JlQ ^ clvarges only—uothiug—for ' exhibiting his beautiful wares—so. that all may have ' un opportunity of seeing the—'i Elephant "and i, "si|iialliiig Babien,"; provided thcyare not (avoreil i* / . ; , f ' ¦ with the "soul-stirringstrains" ofthelatterfathoniei Also recen-ed,' af F. B. ('handler's,- an additional ;¦ supply of elegant New Books, '* Children's Games," j Gold Pens, and Cases, Sil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

¦ ; . EAGLE FOUSDBi. C AY RE, BENTLEY k PERKINS having purcbMs (Q odof WiI«ou & Co.: the Eagle F6unary,"orVnow prepared to fil|-orik-rs from the trade, and do work in thoir line with skill and despatch. Thcv wilt keep onstautly on thand Plov*,(\nM kinds,)'Stove*, (all kiti'lS,) CalUialor*,. Straw Cutters, Corn Shelter*, ie.' .die. itbe: i - '- We invite jjiirlieidarrattention to the Plows which we niiuinfactiire, .We" manufacture and^eep for sale r ".. . :?7<}: CelebratedlitaicliliirPlw. . . f . We have pui-chased the exclusive right'to manufac-.tjirc and 8e.lt in this countyi Wayne, Wvoming and tiBradfotd, %3g~RfeV* Patent.Irnn Beam Plow. The. Plow- U vm&u-.enJirtly b/troit, excepting the handles. It is celebrated for, its easy draught, being one-thhd Lea.-ier than any now in use,-while its streugth and durabuity arc gicattr. ' •' !"¦ ;•';_ '-;• • MACHINERY :-,.. ¦' .of alt kinds manufactured' and repaired i>v experienfl. j cd mschinesL-. . '. " &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

^'iat i'*^ar^f™^ 1111 " ¦irffi*-™-*-**--^'- j CATHARTIC PILLS OPERATE by their powerful influence on. the' internal viscera ti> purify the hloud and stiraul\te it into healthy action. They remove' tho ulj .tin. tinn-? of the stomach, bowels, liver, an&uther omaiH >.i'f t>.o body, and, by restoring their irregular; . uciiim to bcaish, i-orrcct,' wherever they exist, such diTjiiKcmcnta as are the first cause* of disease, Au viteirdvc-trial of tlieir virtues, by Professors,' .Phyrfri in?, and Patients, has shown cures of dan-' gei^>"< di<e;t«iM almost beyond belief, were they not MllbUntiatcil by pers«ns\"of such ox;dt<d ponition nu.l r'.iar.i--tor a* to forbid, the suspicion of untruth. ¦Their certificates are published in. my American-/ Aiminao, which the Agents below"named ato plcised tofhrnish free to nil inquirimr. •- '. Amexcdwe give Direction* for their use in tho eoieploiT.ts which they have been, found to euro 1¦•*&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 31 January 1856

; THE JNDEPEJTOJENT IEPUBLICAN. MTnLlgllKIl EVERV TttpEsiiiV MOl SINO, AT i'O.VTEOSE, pa., at AL.'io'lxKa ASjrtnf, IN ADVANCE. ' ...." ' .•;•* -j -' t *Ratc# of Artvcrlisintf.'....-One square (IC liBea or lcss)onc week, ... .*0,59 Onesqear6 •' - ''*''¦ i: two -weeks, O.'iS One square "^'.V-i three weeks, l,W One square " one month,.... 1,55 One square ' M ; two months, 2,'J5 One square .-=**., j three months, .!t,on One square "' t di months, .....; 5,'W.j One square " "i one year, ... ; 8,«i For two • or more squares, inserted by the yi-ar, a j deduction from th s above prices is made. Yearly'ad-1 v^rtisers will hav ; the privilege of altering or changr ' ins their;advertis uaenta'ivithout additional cliarjre. | Business'cards, not exceeding five'lines, inserted ] at &iM) per annum. - - Job Wotrk. This office is supplied with a Rood «si«ortmCTit of Jobbirq; materials,' and all kinds of Job Work, !>uch as Card's, Posters, Pamphlets, kei, 'will be done neati ly andpr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

¦>goefo eoH)<>t:K from Putnam '* Monthl y. tbebaIh. I bad a friend.in youth Mj pats? and my heart to «hare; ., f' And no brother could be more true than hc-r-For my.fortuno then was fair! But when it grew clouded he left n«y-Fled Uke» bird i'th'air; ,in-l the world was dark, so dark, v - For the rain rained everywhere! '. I had a true'lovc, too, A' maiden with soft, brown hair.; The clasp of her hand was warm in mine—£nd her eyes had ft loriiu; shine—; For my fortune then was Cur! . But now she, too, has left me To battle alone with care; I .And tho world is dark, dark, dark, ! ' And the rain rains cvcryirliorel j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

1#isceH^eoqs §cjecf.oi>3 AH ORIGINAL HORSE TRADE Mr, Samuel Havens resides in Brooklyn, and is a great-admirer of horse-flesh. . On Monday last, lie went up the river to Albany, for the purpose of buying a grey mare belonging to his friend McCall. The grey mare is a very line looking animil, and also very-fast. She can go a mile in 8.25, with two in a wagon. Havens heard of her merit* last week, and'resolved on a purchase.— On bis arrival at Albany he took breakfast at Stanwix .Hall. Shortly after which, he buttoned tip his coat and started to find Mc-Call. He met hiin in Broadway near the City Hotel. With'Mac,' he had. the following conversation: ..... . ' 1 understand, Mr. McCall, that you wish to sell that grey mare of yours.' .' I did .want to sell,her, but I imagine she is now disposed of.' 'Disposed of!—to whomV * To yonr friend Skerrett, of Brooklyn.' ' What did he agree to givo you.' , ' Five-hundred, and thirty dollars.' ' ' If you will let me have her, I wil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

Border Bnmanism in Washington. . Editorial Correspondence of The N. Y Tribune. Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 1856.: 1 have heard since I came here a good deal of the personal violence to which' 1 \vas exposed, but only one man ban offered¦'¦ to. Attack me till to-day, and he was so drunk that He MiSde a poor fist of it. In fact, I do not remember tlfat any man ever seriously attacked me till tjow. I was; conversing with two gentlemen on my w^ayj down from the Capitol after the adjournment'of the House this afternoon, when a. strangerJrequested a word - with me^,: I stopped,' ana my ; friends went on. .RThe stranger, wrjo appeared in the prime, of life, six feet high], and who must weigh over 4.W0 hundred, th^s began— , a,'Is your name Greeley V '.:.:-•.•.¦•Yea.'- ]'... ...: : ;--' Are you] a non-combatant V ' That;is According; Jo circumstances.' . The wbrdjs were hardly out of in'y moutli, when he struck me ft^stunn'ing blt>w on the right side off my head, and followed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

EDITOEIAI. EXPEMEBCE.^^ .'." Wehave Ijiad'an Interesting ttrmvof 1t:fbr the last two weeks—the editor we mean.— We bave worked at the case, acted a» preas^ man, officiated in the humble.capaetity, of " devil," (*' <fus" thinks we're" the? biggeit "devil" about th^ offi^)"served "^ papftfi to our borough pafrons-^ftiuae our carHar was tpo.Iittiejjfbr suchVa big snowv^-and;last and most tryjng .of all, ;;wo have; jaii^^ojar1 haqd at colletitiDg outstanding debts,die qt subscription, |&c. If we bada't the paJJeac^l . of Job; the 'meekness of Mose3,Uie perwBi; veronee; of th> saints, and a bump of Hop* so big that tho phrenologists can't moauwH accoj-drag to (heir present system, we woojd no doubt^re-this have cdmmiUed.suicidflby drowmrig:our^lf in a snbv bank. Think of that, ye eareffess readers^ho'owe^tteJprln^ er. The thought of our numerous-wife and family, and the consideration, that par M would be required to produce us atVthi next Court of Qua|terSessi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

Jiogir^ie^. ] . J?rom OrakanCM Magazine. . j' : DR.KAlffE.. y, " ' - • j - .- A SKETCH BV Dli. WILLIAM ELDER. | When a man's life is heroicT and'hissname has passed into history, the world wants to know him personally, intimately. The ' irrave and reverend chronicler,' passing over his beginnings,, presents him abruptly in his fullgrown greatness: men render the admiration earned;, but the sympathetic emulation awakened is concerned to know how he grew into bis maturity of excellence. This curiosity is w>tan idleness of the fancy, but a personal interest in,the facts that spring out of those aspirations which pot every vinan upon the fulfillment of his own'destiny. How came this man to .excel—what was in him—what happened to develop* it 1 ' Some rr.en are boni great; some achieve greatness; some hav.e greatness tlirust- upon, them.*' Howcame this man bv it? Is it within rav reach also? and, hvvwhnt means? History pi-ovokes hs With s-uch queries as these : Biography an...

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