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

\ ~ — SELECTION OF A F ABM. In the se!ection:of land for a farm thercare thoughts and things to-be taken 'into consid- ^ eiration that a volume would scarcely serve to discuss, yet some of them may be profitajjly hinted nt within the limits whiirh here circumscribe us. What is a farm ? should 1 first be asked ; for in consideration of an*' subject it is time well applied wrhich is spP"' !n getting'. <» clear itfet of lite word wnich namcs.'it.' A farm, for us, means a portion of land cultivated and managed by '.he owner, who livesupon it; and-fience it takes in the.thought of home, so xh&i'hnmcitcad is almost a synonymous term. Hence amongthings to be considered in the choice of a farm we shall say:. 1. The farm should be pleasantly situated as a home. The health, comfort and happiness of those who are to occupy it are of prime importance—so every social and physical influence which bear upon them should have due weight in determining a choice.— I However fertil...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

Shakspearian Illustrations applied to Poll* j tiei^^tiPoeU. - ¦ j I attended, a lew evenings since, a literary party, at which the poets became atopic of conversation: I ventured the remark, that in the delineation of human character, and conduct the world |iad never a rival to Shaks peare. There were those present who differed from me, and as firmly maintained thjitShakspeare had successful, rivals. As one means of deciding the question, we agreed Uf*on the following experiment: My opponents were to write the narqos of party noted individuals on separate slips of paper, .while I wrote on other slips the same number of illustrations from Shakspeare.- The names were deposited in one hat, aud the illustrations in another, and we then drew out indiscriminately a name and an illustration. The" following shows the result of the experiement: o. a. c. P.YSIEL WEBSTER. "A combination and a form'indeed, Where every god did seem to set his ?cal, To give tho world assurance of a man." ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

; . ** lite J«^ej)er|5er|f ^epqbJic^iT. C. F. READ* B. B. FRAZIER, EDITORS. MONTROSE, PA. TPjjpwsUty, Fct>rwwr3r TOif IS—. "Pfflioeraia gnpporting aEJOOV-Hotbing. The Shana Democratic members of the ifouse of Representatives , from among whom fChase & Ward's mass meeting requested Mr. Grow to select his candidate for Speaker, after having successively supported Nebraska Riehardson , of Illinois, and Nullification Orr, of South Carolina, on Thursday, January 31st, united with the Fuller Know Nothings and voted for Waiiam Smith, of Virgima, apro-Skcoery Know Nothing, for Speaker! This pro-*lavery 'fusion' gave Smitfiione hundred votes;but Mr. Grow, notwithstanding the re cent Montrose meeting, voted with the Banks men and the * scattercrs,' and so¦" extra Billy's—as this" Virginia Smith is called—was defeated. '\"'".'' Doughfaces of Susquehanna! to arms !—Let another mass meeting of seven be called at once, and let the whole Democracy of. the House hear the thun...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

Fuller on SlaTerr, in.1849. * -. Henry M. FullerV was the Whig Candidate for Canal Commissiooer-in 1849, and among h> speeches from thWjatump during thaj campaign, was one at Allegheny, from which .the following Is an extract ?' '-•"•' " Another great question of political economy was now agitating the public mind—the" question of the further extension .of slavery. For his part, he held to the compromises of the constitution, since that constitution was purchased at the expense of the blood of. our citizens, both North and South, but he would not be willing to see Slavery extended. Let the people of the Sbuth talk as they pleased, Slavery vas a dark and damning stain upon their escutcheon. 'Let us yield them then nil the constitution requires ou this point, but nothing more, j Let us say to the. proud .waves of Slavery, as they beat against the barriers of freedom, "thus f*r shaltthou go, aud no farther,5 ? and as our gloriouVcountry grows larger and larger, let liberty...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

Bbam Democraey and Personal Ilb«^y. The alarming apd unprecedented infraction of .State and personal rights, feoinml^ed by. Judge Kane 10 imprisoning #*»««» WiL liamson, has received the section- of^he shard Democrats who;constitute a iargsftnajority of the,present H^use of Re presentatives of Pennsylvania. Tbat party, it seems, is no longer the. advocate of State Rights, but is in favor of a tame submission to Federal encroachments, which tend to concentrate all power in the general government Herein they are as antagonistic to the doctrines of the old Jeffersonian Republicanism, as in their advocacy of the spread of human slavery. If things were called by their right names, these men should be called] Federalists instead of Democrats; for they support Federal encroachment in "oppositjjpn to the rights of the individual States. jfVs far as their voice in the,House is an index, the party in Pennsylvania are unanimous 'Jin opposing any action by this Commonwealth for the prot...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

BSD OF THE GREAT STRUGGLE- , c.n\-oRKssrnvAL. Triumph oj the Republicans—Banks elected 'Speaker—Banks , 103/ Aiken, 100; Fuller, G; Campbell, 4. Editorial Corrttpondence of the X. T. Tribune. ' Washisotos, Saturday, Feb.-2,1856. The first vote under the Plurality Rule is over, and NiATHANiEt. P. Banks is elected Speaker of the Thirty-fourth Congress. Bella's 103 votes to 100 for William Aiken, and eleven scattering. The excitement is intense. (HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. j I Washixotoj.-, Saturday, Feb. 2,1856.. | [Mr. Smith, of Tennesce, said he had here-! tdfore voted against the plurality rule, but as j yesterday's vote indicated some chance of an j election, as Speaker, of a man of sound national views, he now offered a resolution for j the adoption of that rule, ¦ j The House, by 10 majority, refused to lay the resolution on the table.' j The resolution was adopted by a vote of] 113 against 104. Mr. Orr then unconditionally withdrew his name as the Democratic caucus can...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

THE FINAL VOTE FOB SPEAKER- IBB >AT»Af»je.l. r. BA.NKS.jj MAINE. ^jJames Bishop, tJ m,X, m - MMi ' '•*flr**>v*>3 j * *"* m ', "*"" 'yt*"T **f^""1"^"" T"-11 n 1 iiisijmI iiII JohnJ. Perry, Pennsylvania. Ebenezer Knowlton, Job R. Tyson, Samuel P. Benson, S. C. Bradshaw, Israel Wasbburne^ , Anthony E. Roberts, new Hampshire.' John C. Kunkel, < James Pike, - James II. Campbell, Mison W. Tappan, Galusha A; Grow, Aaron H. Cragin, John L. Pearee, MASSACursETTS. Lemuel Todd, Robert B. Hall, David F. Robison, James Buffington, John R. Edie, Wm. S. Damrel), John Covode, Linus B. Coniins, Jonathan Knight, Anson Burlingame, David Ritchie, ^ Timothy Davis, Samuel A: Purviahce, Cbauncey L. Knapp, John Allison, . Alexander Dewitt, - John Dick, Calvin C. Chaffee, oiiio. Mark Traftbn, Timothy C. Day, ' Vermont. Lewis D."Campbell. James Meachatn, Matthias H. Nichols, Justin S. Morrill, Richard Mbtt, Alvah Sabiii, 'Aaron; Harlan, RHODE 'island. Benjf^unton, Nathanie...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

To the Republicans throughout the United States. Rkpl-dlican Rooms, Washington; d. c. 5'1 • 1 j January 17 1850. j Dear Siit: y The uidersigued have Jjeen appointed a I Committee on the part of the Association j whose Declanition, Platform, and Constitu-; tion, accompaiiy this, to address a circular j letter to our Republican friends, urging.upon j their attention the impoftaticeof immediate and thorough organization of Clubs or Associations, somewhat similar to our own, in every-towiij aud village, in the Union. . The power and influence of these organizations cannot be over-estimated bv the friends of l'reedom. Ihey are all-important to carry on a political campaign, and^t will be a matter of impossibility to compete with those arrayed against us hi the approaching contest, without them. They are the mo*t powerful and only efficient means for bringing out, concentrating, and making known, our true strength. Ihey will serve to rally the people, inspire thorn with confidence...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

I Union of theDemocratic Party. ""v. "-..' J he JStmung Post. Anearnest^lesire is expressed by many "to-keep the Democratic party united, and es-' ^e%llyJ9 have all Dempcrata act in con-^rtJin ttfie Presidential eleetionA But few hjowevervbf^ven those who've nibst ardent -a.",4^u . te ^e™ to think it of muei moment to take into "account political principles in eC fectingor continuing this union. ' It would be difficult, perhap's, for them to tell what" constitutes Democracy in 1856. .The Democratic party rendered in its day; great and important services,, and accomplished the purposes for "which it was instituted. - But the Batik, the Currency, the Deposits, the Independent Treasury, and other incidental questionsiconnectcd TJvith the finances^ are no longer in controversy. Until they, were disposed of, there were antagonist parties engaged" in a great intellectual and political Istruggle for their ndjusiinent; The end sought has been accomplished — One of the. parties [engage...

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

Beading In Shop*. The relation of an apparently unimportant fact is attended sometimes by benefits quite incalculable; and it is in hope that the proprietors of some of the manufactories in this city may be led to further inquiries upon the subject, that we notice a plan of reading which has been practiced for a long time in the establishment of Mr. J. W. Orr, engraver, at No. 75 Nassau street, New York, In Mr. Orr's shop there are between twenty and "thirty hands constantly'employed in wood engraving, a branch of business which is carried on, to be sure, with very little noise. Two or three years ago, in order to check tiie disputes which ? frequently arose lrom the trifling conversation always apt to spring op where'^a number jof persons are employed, he purchased a book, and placing it in ifle hands of one of his men, 'requested him to read it aloud for ,th* benefit of the others. The work was a very interesting one; and the reading could not fail to be agreeable to all w...

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

WUARDIAJT'S KALE. NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an Order of Sale j issued to me from the Orphan's Court of Susquehanna county, I will, on Saturday the first day of March next, at one o'clock r, u., expose to public sale pr vendue, the interest of Marion Seely, a minor child of Sarah. Seely,, deceased, in aad to the following described pieces or parcels of land, the first piece situated in Gibson township in said county, bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone corner for John Bennett 2d, and in Jacob Denny's line; thence by said Bennett'* land north 45i deg*. west 87 perches to a stone corner for Daniel Evans in said Bennett's: line; thence by land of said Evans north 44 \ degrees cast 204$ perches to stones corner for said Evans in Joseph Washburn's line; thence by land of said Washburn south 45$ degrees east 87 perches to stones corner of Preserved Pickering's land in said Washburn's line; thence by land of said Pickering, Horace Bennett and Jacob Denny, south 45$ deg...

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

War with Great Britain! rr,HE Central American question is not vet settled, X but OUTTENBERG^ROSENBAUMd; CO. are finally .settled in' their new store in the East end of the New Brick Block, where soldiers who intend to enlist for the.war can be supplied with regimentals and all sorts of Clothing, and those who desire to take their wives with them, can aWbo supplied with the best of materials for ladies' wear, from a Stocking up to a Bonnet, either in soldier or citizen style. Knowing the citizens of Susquehanna county to be brave and patriotic, wo are sure they intend to be prepared for the coming struggle, and therefore advise them to call on us and examine oar. extensive stock, which we are. assured we can sell as lowsas any other firm this side of New York city.' . \ Our stock, which we have very' lately purchased and with great care selected, comprises a full assortment of :•—..'• LADIES' WEAR, such as Shawls, from $1 np to $30; Dress Goods from a 40 cent Calico Dress to a $...

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

KHT7VE9 FOR THE TIMES. ONCE more a bright new year, With ite blessings and its cheer, We have gladly welcomed here, . Now, u your plans you fix, And as earnestly yon mix In the scenes of fifty six—-Pray givo yourselves the pleasure, At your earliest hour of leisure, Of securing such a treasure As Deans, the "Man of Facet," \ With a sunlight pencil traces! . And to suit your fancy, places ' In his neatly finished cases! 1 Defer not till to-morrow! Wait not for seam and furrow Which come with age and sorrow; But go let the artist take you. Ere youth's warm glow forsake you, And a copy true ho 11 make you." \ The place where this can be done to perfection (No doubt you havo been there before) . Is (Pm sure you cannot mistake the direction) At Odd Fellow's Had. second floor. BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM «i i. slims. THE subscriber has removed liis Boot and Shoe Store Into the building recently occupied by Messrs. /fentley ft Read, Public Avenue, first above the Post-office, wh>re, ...

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

Wi •. tfeitfcift..^m EANE8BOB0. - -. -;ilwk:iaa»---V'-T/.;^.. HAVE on hand a general assortment of Dry , Goods, Groceries, Hard-ware, Tin-ware, Storey \ ware, ITooden ware, Looking Glasses, Crotkeryy Carpets, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, fflaaff Naila, PaintsTLamp and LiosceiOfl, Docs, Jayasr's celebrated Family McdkinesrBoolH and Sialionery, Carpenters' and Joiners' Tools, 5000 yards gbectiaf, Cotton and Woolen Yano, Cooking, ParlorandSsOfr Stoves, Stove Pipe, Zinc, ftc ftc. As we buy foV cash we are disposed to sell for cash,' a IiUle eueaawr than the cheapest Call and see. , ' | ^. .1 "_ F"' "' ' -': B.B^J^ON3 jfc <!,0vV '' SALTjtFLOUR and PORK, by the pound, ssdfcl barrel, or by the toad. B. ft. LYONS ft CO. Lanesboro, Dec ^ 1855. . *' . y j- "¦¦; .V--*'*"^ ;-.. ¦; FIVE pounds Young Hyson Tea for oaedott*r> at«. R. Lxoss ft Co's. ".-.-'! I •¦ " '""^i Twelve pounds good Sugar for one1 dollar, at B. U Liossk.Co'8?'.'- ••"'- • i¦-:'-'\ -,.¦¦'-.-„;'.-cr.'.'' Three...

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

^ssmssmssmBss^mm^sBssmsasas^ssssms^ STATEMENT OF1 THE RECEIPTS AND EXPBHDITURES j ,1 ©f Sq3qqeJ]t\W "fyvfit: - ! r !:''- --.' - ' t' Or . "'•' '" Made! and published in pursuance of an A<£ ol Assemblv of I5th April, A. D. 1854. ¦¦¦ ¦ - '"• r SUSQiUEHANNA COUNTY. \ : , Bmlafce ot Collectors* iAccoMU tor 1884 aussl llfto. \ Col?rt Names. I Thamsfttas. DnpliaOm. Am't. Paid. Ex'iu. fre'Ug* AmH. Dui. tsars AY Burns,.. i....Ctitbr$,.... 832,13 332,13 . 1854 JLRStaumj.w^Dund' afl;.... 65,82, 65,82 .1854 WilliasjiBuffumfr,^Apolacbn,... 322,46 302,16 4,40 15,90 1855 G.L.SWisher..... Anburif,.... 625,02 571,78 23,15 80,09 do. J. C. Bgshnell,.... Arsrati 173,41 164^59 16 8,66 do. Rob'tEldridge,... Brooklyn,... 663,31 627^ 60 2^9 38,02 do. B. Streiud,.....,. Bridgewater, 1,314,69 'IftSRM 21,13v 64,68 do. Adm.^Vells,i.;.. Clifford, .... 73233 691,73 4,02 36,40' do. B. Clark,... L.... Cbooonut,... 406,64 380^90 5,«9 20,05 do. G. M. Denison^.. Dimock,.... 692,64 6454*6 12.69 33,99 do....

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 7 February 1856

Soticc. ^ \ I will be nt Thomson on Friday February 8t&; aad fiipiM like to most the Teachers and those feelife an ititcre?t in school matters, at 1L J. Mamfbrd's in the cvi'iiing. On Saturday February 9th, at 1 r. M-, I will hold a Town Institute at School Hourb Ko. 2, in Jackson.— Teacher?, and those expecting to become Teachers, ire rei'[iie«ed to be prdsent. Others are respectfully invi'.ed to attend. In ihe e.vening there will be a general meeting for discussion! of School Law Jkc—A full attendance is solicited. VT. RicnAatwos, Co. Sup't. 7 ' — ¦•'. • -^ . ../ ¦ MARRIED. On Thursday the 81et ult., by the Rev. J. B. Mc-Orcary, Mr Natua.mel G. Kektok of ffopewell, Ontririo "comity, K. Y-, and Miss Ajm M. Meeeimas, of Franklin, Susn'a. co.,. Pa. '.-.-¦ 1" ¦ ¦ ' ; , " fj bf William IT Jessnp, A TT0RSEY AT LA43T 4 KOTAltT .PUBLIC.— J\ Office on Fublic"Square,.Montrose. * u Tsus'ic. MISS CAROLINE FRASER ¦erVH. commence her next term oflnstmction on the Piano aid Me-! odeo...

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

*' -?" MESS CARDS.; YYY =pp~ ^_^_ _ , ,...,,, -..v.- in-<': JVB-Orchard, *St J)., r; T)m*SICIAX'A*KD SURGEON, Jackson, SuMjue-IT hanrnvcoun'ty, iPa.1.. Residence at tho Postoflice. ~~ HaUfclamb, C ABINET, MAKERS, have recently openeda woro--robniin K«w,MWbnl,.Pa,,. nud *'iH keep constantly on handallkinds of Cabin :t-warc; also Readymade'Coffins.' Funerals attended with or without a hearse. Ware-room nearly opposite'J. Dickerrnrui'e Store. : ;• , , JTpw Milford, May 15,1855. .. ' . 20"r-iy - Xeeler & Storldard. TT\EALERS IN BOOTS & SHOES, Leather A Find-X-' bigs., on Maine St., first door below Scarle's Hotfcf.'¦'•'•"¦ . ;¦-'• ¦ . ¦ Montrose, (Jan. 1,1856. -ij ',-' C. Mi Simmons, IJOOT AND SHOE MAKER. :Siiop first door casl . ">, of Odd Fellows* Hall, Turnpike. St., Moiitrt ise.'; ¦¦ j. ¦' :• • ... W. Singleton . . -;f /^lAN nbw be found at hi* new stand on Ow.cgo.sL Vy.two^oors vEestlpf-SearleVHotcLwlicri! h,e.</- feettuillg repairsi. with Y...

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

na—aiaMMa^ ^a^a^^^ a^ l.'.'.-l J.?lj'iB ??^!S?'."'1"'t ''^.'ji. ¦ 'i 'i i . i -. .' ¦ ." "S i.Y\rY, .1&jrf-j..q,-TitnrcUiMl,9-„- ¦ CELEBRATED CATflOLlCO"V, ron THK UELIEF ANI> CCBE OP afFFKSISO KRSJAtgg; \\VA\nilf// it. stands p»t-emin«»ntft)t its P[^W|i|fo. -curaliro riowera in nil thedis-: DJKlZ^M^'ea3*-'a fbr.wliich ilJ-s r»;comruen-J^^^JK' ' FEMAL'E COMPL.VJNTS;' ^^SB^^^ES^ Of these are Prolaptus Utrri, ! H^VLd^j^ or, falling Of the womb; Fluor .'^^^KP^ygi\-AM?M,or whites; Chronic In-^^HHm *"Hrs -jfamotion and Ul<!cratidn of Jls^HapBfi ''"" "'"-^;. f\'Y'ln,,!1l JIci-SStJLmmm^^^ ' brrhage, orFooding; Painful, ss^^s^ ' Suppresnedand irr<yidar 3lmstruation, i'c, 'with nit their accpmpajpyfng 'evils, (Cancer excepted,) ¦ no matter how severe or of how long Standing. ¦ — ' This medicine ijas never been introduced _hy empty puffs, and misrepresentations, nor is it intended that itii'presont popularity shall be sustained by any medium but its merits aud t...

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

0a.' i. u I"t^mJHjTu .vf-.i. i 0; :¦ - _ Are earing the Sick to «b exttut never before known of aiy SleUefne. ;¦ *. >' . INVALIDS, REiD kMtKLt M IBOttSEtm'--: '-• JTJI.E8 kAtJE4 E**;'lb»'.wcll known ps'mimar, «f¦¦'-. . ~ .CbMtnut Street, Philailolpliia, wh<M« choice products - -' are fuunil al ilmnct every toilet, uya t i'..';^ ' "t am-lia]ipy to uyofynir Cith.htic PiUii'Ibtt I ,- Iur* fuunil them a bctlec family, medicine, for cpoimon l:«r, tlian'any uilier wflhln my ktiontrdire. Maty-6t my .friend, have realized-nukcd benellli frotu item, sndto. Inriile m illviiio in bellevinglhat tWy fi>i»M« •xtrinrVliriiiy - virtue^ f-T drivius nul di«o-ea and turins the ikr., Tsejr »rc not only rffictujl, bulufo and.pleaianl to,»*taken — ' Unalilici whicli murt ma*e theni valued by the poblic,, .wlieu Ihey are knoWB,'! r;, .,.; •-•'- ri; .^v The venerable Cluncelloc WARULAtV write* ftom.Bal- . ¦ liniore, 15iU April, ICM:" ¦'¦''-.' '¦¦-' . " Ha. J. C. Arr»-r,8i»:I have Uke...

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

~j~...... ¦aunu.^.axiijij.A mwu..—anm^»wMm-»i uaggyakyt rtitonifgmAfoit*^^ "*ft IA RK oo»jrln|, btitP. Bi (l»Adfcrl f*«ISe'«j'u('P hnr ¦ £%.' ai<faw*rtmerit of PanCjr'Tiryaj CbMntnika Gi. *• itnit|^«c*r,Y««i>'a! p^»ents has p'^ccdlcd thcin, and \u'¦ •fcoinr'ready for a general distribution among those ileairou* of making .glad theneartaoff their friends or -"little,.ones. ..'.,.., ,.:,¦¦ ¦ i s,-f-r.-. ,-¦ ' i ¦" ' There ta'of course a iini^ewalrusn to "Kriss Krin- gleVliead qnarters, butSOextchihis'nnd vttrictl is ; jfJavgiipp ljr|th»t;tiOBO' paid be diaippointcd by not' .having an t^jjr^^itrpf making.djwable and satis-Cictoryg^elryciJwH.'t He charges'oMry—noUiing-^fqr exhibitilig,his beautiful wares—so^liataUmay have an opportunity of it'ecing the—"j'Elephant'!,anil "riqiialiiligbabics^l.-lirpvidcd they)are not; favpre'd Wth the- "sonl-«tirririg Rtihnni<" of tho latter, ai home; t'^Ahp.-.received,, at i\ B. CbandloirWiian; additional i suppbrpf elegant New.Bp...

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