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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

CT7*Mx.s. Ru sKa millionaire of Philadel phia, gave an entertamtiieni in that city last week, which, it i.s said, cost aboat 52U,OW. Thue ««i'c -,000 iuvitaliuiis* Remarks of Mr. M'Clean. . Below will l*c found the substance of the reinarks^tuade by Mr. M'Clean, of AchuuH, on the act . relative to investments , by Building ¦AKKOciatinns, delivered in the House, at Ilarrisburg, on -Thursday week- We commend them to the attention of our readers : Mr. M'Clenn said he was favorable to the amendment' offered h y the member from Schuylkill. (Judge tYailey.) but felt constrained to vote against the Bill, with or without the amendment. It was a short bill, embraced in less tlian three brief lines, but short as it was, it was comprehensive in its results. So fur as the subject matter goes, it was a virtual repeal of a statute enacted and in full force for more than a century and a quarter, (he referred to the statute against usury.) Mr. M. objected to the bill for another reason : ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

.RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURES OP ADAMS COUNTY, FOB 1864. CUM31 ISSiONEllS'OFFICE, Adams CouxTT t Pa. . ; 4 GRF/EABLY to an art, of Assembly, entitled "An An to raise County Uatt-s and Le-J^L vie«,' requiring the Commissioners ofihe respective counties to publish » Su«l«meiiiof Uitt Receipts and hxpemlitiires We, ihe CoininissiQn^rs of Taxes o» i-aid coniity,frfn Report ' as follows, to wit: from the 5lh day of January, A. D., 1854, to Uie*Second day ol January, A. D.» 1855—both days inclusive. -.- • . ^ GEORGE ARNOLD, Esq., Treasurer, and the CO3fM/SSIONERS, in account with tic Cuunly if Jldainx, an follows: . DR. l . * CR. _ Do"" <- '*»• D«n«. Cta. To Cash from T. Warren, late Trea- By orders paid out as follows, to srit: surer, . 2509 58 By anuiiii>ir& settling public acco<»ms, ¦¦ 42 00 To onUUndingTaxeSijind Quit Rents K. G. McCreaiy. Esq., Auditor, apin hands ol Collectors at last »et- pointed by the Court to audit pubtlmnent, .. 4416 24 lie off...

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

R-waeffiugsof Si* Adams Ckffltfy Teach-, eta' Assotiiati«a-The mcmbers^Tthc Aan«B8Coanty Teachers' Association meti* tfre lecturc ^ Roora of the German &efornieAOraYch in obedience to a call of the President -etect, on Thursday. Feb. 1st. 1855, at m A. M. Opened with prayer by Rev. Mr,. Dosh. ,.»,. ' Tlie committee appointed at the last meeting reported a revised constitution,uwjiich was receivei, and the committee discharged. Each article was taken up separately and after discassion adopted. An opportunity was then offered to those present to attach their names to the constitution, "the following is a list of the persons who signed it.: . derBloch David Currcns, D. K. Sny, J. er, jr., ¦ \\\ \V. Blocher, B. J3nyder, J. A. Young, S. J. Little, S. Lott,T. F. Grammar, J. Trwin, J. —Rittinger , S. S. Taylot._JL-LoU. D-McMiHanT J. Mcknig ht, J. H. Scott, J. S. Wjtjierow. II. 1). t hriven R. A. Lyttle, P. A. McDermad, C. H. Austin, J. E. Smith, J. C. Ellis, B. J. Reed, 11. G. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

PUBLIC SALE of Valuable Personal Property. THK Subscriber, intending to quit fanning, will sell at Public Sale, at his residence, in Union township. Adams county, Pa., <fi Wednesday and Thursday, the 2Ui and 23d of February next, the following Personal Property, viz: . lr ii UJ 44 Iu ID '44 'i> ii ^> ^ . .Seven Cows, Nine Head of Younjj Cattle, FIFTY HEAD OF SHEEP, Hogs.two Narrow-uead Wagons,(one nearly new.) one Grain Diill,'Pennock's Improved, nearly new; -winnowing , nearly new; Grain Rake, Ruller, Corn SIk»I> ler. Rolling Screen, good aa new;'first-rate Cutting Box; Wood and Hay LaddersJStone - Bed. PUiwsTT-Harrnws,—e«ltivators, : . Corn Fork ' s, Grind Stonei 2 Jack Screws, an excellent Cross-cut Saw, a lot of Shop Tools, Horse Gears, Log Chains, Sixth Chains, Cow Chains and Halters, Breast Chains, Butl .Traces, (a good article.) 3 Spreaders, a firstrate Feed Trough, Rakes and Forks ot all kinds, with many other Farming Utensils.— Also, a lar&am...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

€1)C iltnrkcts. Corrected from the latest BaHimnre.York* Hanover papers JJAL.TIMOUB—Ebioat last. Flour, per barrel, §8 56 to 8 62 Wheat, per bushel, 1 00 to 2 05 . Rve, " ' 1 15 to 1 20 _^C omv •• : 83_to 90_ Oats, • " 52 t o 54 Cloverseed, " 6 75 to 7 0(> Timothy, " ' . 3 25 to 3 5<T Whiskey, per gallon, 34, to 36 Beef Cattle, per hund., . 3 50 to ' 5 37 Hogs, " 6 50 to 7 50 Hay, per ton, 18 00 to2« 00 Guano, Peruvian, per ton, 50 00 to51 00 : H.WOVKIt—Timnaiuv nur. : Flour, per bbl.,,froiu stores, §8 75 Do. " " wragons, 7 87. Wheat, per bushel, 1.85 to 1 90 Bye, " " 1 00 Corn ' , ^ " T7 Oats, J 1 47 Cloverseed, " 6 25 Timothy, " 3 00 Plaster of Paris, per ton, 6 50 Y0ISK— Fuin.vT *l..»»T. Flour, per bbl., from stores, $9 00 Do. " from wagons, 8 12 Wheat, per bushel, 1. 90 to 2 00 Rye, " ' . 1. 14 Corn, " 78 Oats, ¦ "» 50 Cloverseed, " - G 50 Timothy, " " 2 50 Plaster of Paris, per ton, 7 50 MARRIEDr~~~~ On Tneadav week, by Uev. Robert Johmitun, Mr. JOHN G. HKlNlv...

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

DO YOU WAST A WELL. MADE AN'I) CHEAP SLIT OF WHTEIt CLOTHIXG t IF so, you can be accommodated l>y calling on MARCUS SAMSON, who lia-just opened'and is r.ow selling rapidly at his Store iu York street, opposite the Bank, a very large, choice and cheap assortment of Fall ami Winter <mooc1s tp_jvhjchjje invite^ the atter'ionoftlie public They have been selected with great care, iti the Eastern cities, have been bought cheap for cash, and will be sold cheap for cash—cheaper than at any other establishment in Gettysburg. His stock consist* in part of Black, Blue, Olive and Gwen CLOTH COATS, with frock, dreB8 and sack conts; also Tweed, Cashmere, and Italian cloth ; also a largestock of OVER COATS, which mn't b« beat in varifly, quality <ir priee, out of the cities; also a very superior stock of PANTALOONS,con¬ sisting in part of exccl'ent and well made French Dlack Doe-skin Cas.siinerp, Fancy Cassimeie, Satinetfa, Velvets, Cord, Linen «ind Cottonade. Tiie stock...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

¦VHMHMsamMHm ¦ ° j " - , , r ,,¦* .*,, f* " Totht Honorable the Jud ge* of the Lour I uf titmmun Pleat of Adam* Otunty.. , ,, ., ~VTT° E, the undersigned, duly elected Auditors to settle and adjust tin* -Public Accounts »f i W the Treasurer and (Jomiuiatiioiiers of said County, having been »worn or affirmed < aureenbly to law, report the foliowinjr to be a general sbtteuient of gaid account Ironi the 5;h i day of January, A. D , 1854, toth« 2d day of Jnuuary, A. !»., 1855-rliolb day* inclusive. , f i GEORGE ARNOLD, Esq., Ticaauror. Bnd COMMISSIONERS, in account with tlio (Jouiity of Adama. . * DR. . . CB. ¦/ ' " ; " ¦ ; "¦ :/ : D<»11», Ct«.' ' Delta. Ct*. CaBh from T. Wairm, Esq., late By outstanding Tax for 1850* 5 73 Treasurer, - »2^09 58 . "^ ¦ - • ••• 1&52, 84 45 Outstanding Tax and Quit Rents in ' '• " 1S53, 529 46 hands of Collectors, 4,416 24 " . •• " 1851, '' 4955 71 Ain't ofC>. Tax assessed for 1854, 20.214 87 " Fees for 1850, .27 63 Loan from...

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Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

t3alsmnic £qw\\) Sijvup, ~ f.. AND INDUJV VERMIFUGE. Ij. l.nniburii, M. O., Proprietor. HAVING purchased the above Meriicines, so generally known nnd justly celebrawd, the undersigned takes pleasure In slating to the Public, that he has fitted up an extensive Laboratory, and is now manufacturing them on ajniuch larger scale than eviRr before, in order to supply the const.intl vincreasing demand. Having been extensively and successfully engaged in the Practice of Medicine for year* •—and having visited all the principal Hospitals and Medical Institutions in this country and in Europe, and become familiar with the Prescriptions and Preparations used in ihe practice of the most Eminent Physictiins and Professors of Medicine throughout the World, he has no hesitation in asserting that ho tins found no Medicines so uniformly efficnciotift in the <lisea8e8 . for which they are recommended. A fair and impartial trial is all that is needed. The Medicines recommend themselves...

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Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

BissoLiraojsr. rriHB partnership heretofore existing he-J_ (ueen the Subsrrioers, under the name xnd Kiyle of S. Fahnestock & Sons, is tiii* day ili»Nolved by limitation. All persons indebxd to u» will pleaie call and settle,as ill* necttMsary. Uiiitour Books siioaid h« elo*«d iiiiuieiliiiieiy. Either member of the Firm is uiiihorised u> use the names of the Firm .in settling their business. SAMUEL PAHNRSTOCK, J A M ES F. F A H N KSTOC K* HENRY J. FAHNKSTOCK. Jan. 1, 1855. i.astItotTce; ^ riiHE Books and Accounts of A. B. Ktrti ~\_ ha»e been plaited in iny hands for immediate collection, and notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to make payment on or before Thursday, the I5tt ,f February next-' after which date all unsettled accounts will to put in suit, without respect to persons. Jan. 22. td K. Q. McCRKARirT " QODA, Sugar and Water CRACKERS, O Ginger Nuts, Scotch and Jenny Liad Cakes, (a new article, and urn to be beat,) Tot sale, cheap, by the ^ound or l...

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Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

ExecutorsNotice. JOHN DKLLONK'S ESTATK ^ Lejters lent*mninary on Uie esiattr ol JoSui Dellone, IhU; of Hamilton towimbi", Ad.iuiK county, deceased, having been granted t» iht: imiJer-8i<«iied, rKHidiug in Paradise townshin, York coumy, they hereby give notice to all persons indebted to said esute to make iuitnediate payment, and those having cl.iiins against the same to present them properly au'.lioulicaled for settlement. PETER DELLONE, FREDERICK DELLONE, January 15, 1855. Gl Erecuton. Bxeculor*' Notice. J OH N - DULL'S ESTATE.—Letters testamentary on Hie estate ot John Dull, late of Butler township, Adams county, deceased, havingbeen granted to the undersigned, reRiding in the same township,Uiey lie. -eby give notice to ^ all persong. indebted to said esiale to ujiikf! in>inediaie " paymer»t,and those having cloims against the Mine to present them nrouerlv aulhenticcted for settlement. 1 * CONRAD DULL , JESSE DULL, January 8,'1855. 6t Executors. rpiCKlNGS, MUSLINS,...

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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

- ' RBlff-OVAlu ' - I HAVE REMOVED from 122WestLombuid street to the new and con»mudii>us Warehouse, No. 141 West Pratt street, mar Lighi, opposite the MaJthy House, and will c-.nut.ne my GENERAL- COMMISSION BUSINESS, for the sile o< TOBACCO, GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE, of all kinds; and will attend to the execution of orders fur purchasing. 1 shall continue my Guano Agency, having increased facilities for supplying the host article, as usual, at the government's lowest price—the ton of 2240 lbs.—with a moderate charge of commission fur purchasing and forwarding. . I am having manufactured IMiONpltnte of Lllue, a superior article, which I will Warrant to be pure. 1 have connected with my business, and shall at all times be. supplied from the : most celebrated manufactories in the Union, a large supply of AffrN:ultiival ImplemcnlN r of every description, warranted, to which I ask particularly the attention of Farmers mid deallts. Trusting, by strict attention to all ...

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

Siit Gkowtxg Out ofrns Extradition' of AxTnoxi' livuss—The Dedfiatn (Mass.)<»azetie Stales that Mr. Win. fila, the young man who was assaulted and stabbed by the bayonets of some, of the soldiery, in Merchants' Row, in Boston, on the day of the return of Burns, because he chanced to.hare > bottle in his hand —which was thought to contain vitriol or something of the sort—has appealed to his country for redress, and his case will come on, in Norfolk county, at lh« February term of the Supreme Court.

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Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

€\)i Snitrirnii's jfrirnii! H0LL07TAY>£ PILLS. To the Uttzens of the United KirtteKt 1 MOST humbly and sincerely thank you for Jhe iinuitiimo pationnjfe which yirj have bestowed n|)on my Pills. 1 lake this opportunity <>f .St'iiuiu that my Ancestors were all American Ciiizm s, and that I entertain for all j luii onncPTus America and Ihe-Americans. the most lively sympath'es, so rnnrii so that I ori-»innlly compounded these Pills expressly to suit your climate, habits, constitutions, and mfiiiuef-oTii'v'infr, intetidinir :n establish mysell amonir you, which I have now done, by taking premises in New York. THOMAS HOLLO WAY, 38, Corner nf Jinn and Nassau Sis., New York PUR1F1CATI0N-0F THE BLOOD. AND MVER AND BILIOUS COMPLAINTS. The citizens of the Union suffer much from disorders of the Liver and Stomach, scarcel y any arc free from these destructive maladies, lienr-e life wears fust. The fair sex, perhaps the tnorU handsome in the world, up to a certain per...

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Id=230 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

—: ; yROC I*A ak ATIOX Co ttjE Citifms xif <0ftttjslmrg. Pulvermacber^ Hydro -Electric CONSTRUCTED to ijejVorn next to. the skin, pmdiicing.a constant current of cn-INTERFtl-'PTED isLBCTRO MAGN^Tl^M—effVctlng IMMKO1ATE RELIEF, It BOM ALL ACUTE PAINS, and a j Ptrmant.nl cure of Ncurah'ic Diseases ! firs t Pjilverm&chf r's . Electric^Chains were used in France, three-fears since, for the cure of Nervous Diseases, anil after being submitted to the most thorough trial, in every hospital in Paris,"by the most learned professors IB that city, ihoy were recommended to the Government of France, who granted n patent for the discovery., During the. years 1851-2. they were introduced in Germany, Austria, Prussia afjd-Engiand^-arid^onft—year-sinceY introdoceu and patented.by the United States Government. Mosl Attonishin<r Cures t) f' Rhpumntiim. St. VHur ' s Dmicb, Painful anJ Swelled Joints, Palpitation of the Heart, Neuralgia of tbe Pace, ¦ I Periodical Headacho'. De...

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Id=214 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

2t CTTiry ul . till*- t>lillliU"lll . *. .".m—n specimen of one of the Engravings, con be seen at the office of this paper. ) For each Dollar sent, an Engraving actually worth thiil snm,nnd_a_GiJt Ticket, will iiilmldialtly be forwarded. -ft fa. «& "tS( «a o o .. £L is & M .1 t)o The Committee believinjr that the Success of this GutAT National Undertaking will be tTiateriafly promoted by the energy and enterprise of intelligent and persevering Jigenh, have resolved to tieat with such on the most liberal terms. Any person wishing to become an Agent, by sending (post paid) $1, will receive by rturn ofinail, a One-Dollar Engraving, a GIFT TICKET, a Prospectus, a Catalogue, and all other necessary information. On tliB final completion of the sale, the Gifis will be pinned in the bands of a Com-M1TTEK of the PUHCHASEU3 to be DISTIUBUTED, due notice of which will be given .throughout the United-Slates and the Canadas. ¦ lAst of Gifts l 100 Murtilii busts of W^...

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Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

HARDWARE STORE rT^HB'subscribers would respectfully an-JL nntnifB to'.their frionds and the publiejha! iW have opene.J a' NKW HA 111) VV A U fc ST ' OR K, in Baltimore Street, adjmnina the reti'druce if David Zi{- : filcr,Ge/lt/tib\irg, in which they are opening a*large and general assortment o( . ' , HARDWARE, Iron, SleeS, <nr«ft>rifN, CUTLK RY. COAGH TRIMMINGS, , .; . - SPillN GS, AOCLKS, _ *$r*^ (ff i'Dai-uHirc, Sljoc 5ipbimj,3, PalnfN, OIIh, and Dye-stufi>4, in general, invl'uling every riescttptinn of articles, in tli<=- above lines-of business, to which they invite the attention of Coaoli-niaUvrs, .Hlflclismiths, Carpenters, Cabinet • msikers, ShoH-uiiikerd, Saddlera,- and the public gcu-Hn.lly. . . • Our stock havinEb'ftn selected with great care and pnrclm^i d ! '¦ r C ish, wi> fjir-inintee (t-r the Ready Money.) to dispose of any piirl ot it on as r«M3uii,ihlf: terms as they can be purchased any where. W«* particularly reqneRt a ...

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Id=215 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

WATCHES, JEWELRY, SfliwrWftre &' Fittirtf 4nintds Qigr'A Choice Assortment of the Eincst Qnal ity, for tjale at the Lowest Cash Prices, at Win. BJ. KS4oa»5icad's, ¦NO. 184 SOUTH SECOND STREET, Betwern Pine and Union. IVext side, PhiluWa. npH 15 assortment ejnbjaces a Langeand Se-.JL led Stock of Fine IValches, Jewelry, filter IVare, Jllhnln Ware, p lafed with fine Silver, in .Spoons, Ftirks, L'tdltx, 'tyc—Jet Uno^s, Funs and Fumy Articles of z. superior qnnlity, descr ' vtng ibf examination of those who df-sire to procun* tin: beslgoods nt the Lowest <*a3?t Prices. Having a practical knowledge of the business, and all ftvailablf facilities f«r Importfn<( and Mannfacttirinu, the. subscriber confidently invites, purchasers, believing that Ii»- can supply them on terms na favorable as any oihi-r establishment in le.ither of the Atlantic Chips Q^T" All kinds of Diamond and Pearl Jewelry and Silver Ware manufactured to order, within a re.isonahle time. (t^rW.i...

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Id=223 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

CHRISTMAS. & NEW YEAR, Choice »nd Valuable Books. HAVE just received'from Philadelphiaand New YoMt, the hest English ana American editions of the be.->t Authors in every department of Literature, known as striml.ud Authors of value, and SOUND IN A MOST SUPERIOR MANNER, in the choicest library styles of culf extra, half calf rriltand antique, Turkey Morocco, .&c. &c, forming altogether the most superb collection of Books which I have ever had the p-leasure. of ofiVrintr to.my numerous friends and customers ; and which, together with an unrivalled stock ol Elegantly Illustrated Works; /SMJStfik IB 212&&IS S 9 * QfcMW ' Prayer and Hymn Bonks; Superbly Bound Books; and best Edition's in Library Bindings, now displayed in tempting array on numerous loaded counters, form altogether an endless variety fiom which to select'Christmas and New Year Presents, as to fully keep up our well-known reputation of offering the finest assortment of des...

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

NOW READY. KKI.LKR KURTZ'S Holliday Stock of Klfir.irtl y Illu^mted and ' Suiuhirii HOOh'S . ndapte.l for ('hristirms and, New Y-ir- Prt-M-iiK. the - t)r.iuin^.Room T.iltlp, A;i ' .. .ire ii- . w ready for <*ximin:itii>n. Alfn ClilLDRKN'S HOOKS, in endless variety. Kurt:; * ^ is ;i perle>-t "lorehonse ofd>'li»h\ Ux lite lutle oi'«* » . wlifre they can purclia<ie from the siniplest T"}' Hook up to Hi<- itioyj v\pen-Si ve i-.'l'i r» d vi'itlmi. [l)p<\ 18. I.S54, Second-hand Carriages. 4 FKW ffnoil second-hand C.-\R_RlAr.KS j\ .ind.»U(*GlKs to he had for " Cash or Cnntry Produce,; at C.VV. llOFI'.MAN'iJ I'o.nrh Vactory. August 11. ~\ IWrKERKL, Codfisli, Salmon, Herrinp, ^. tj. P< rk, flams and Sides, Shoul.lers. L»rd iiu.l Cheise, consiiiiitly on Inrnd and for snip hv .f. Palmor & Co., Market Street WlmrfZriltLJI DELPHI A. October 9, 1851. 3ui DO you want CIlRAP^ROrrcrTl KS T Goto FAHXBSTOUKSV ALM\X\CS FOR 1855.—Hieer^tn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 12 February 1855

MATCHES IJTATCMS! JOH]? DONSELLY, - MANUPACTUHEB AND tSVEKTOn OT Safety Patent Square MJpvlgtht Woofl Box Ufatcben, Norli)6 North Fourth St. (.above Jiace, ~ ) Phila. MATCH-ES having become an indispensable article in housekeeping 1 , the subscriber aftera </reat sacrifice of lime and meney, is enabled to uO'er .to the Public an article at once combining Utility and Chrapneis. The invenior It now tujr the-'danger apprehended <>n account of the flimsy, manner in which Matches are generally packed in paper, has by the aid of New Sttftm.-JVIachinery of his cwn invention, succee.ded iiigettiriu-up a SAFETY PATENT SQUARE UPRIGHT WOOD POX; tliis box is far preferable, in as much !hat it occupies no moriS room--than the-old Toan&"wn'o^~b~oxr' und~eiitttuii'i^'at'-ieasi—Crwo Hundred per Cent, mure Matches, ' w-hic.h to .Shippers is ^considerable advanta<re; it is entirely new,,and secure against inoisture and spontaneous combustiaa, and dispels all da...

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