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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 August 1860

BOARDING SCHOOL TOR YOUNG. LADIES. Slrcmdslmrg Feoiale Scciiuery Under ihc care of the Rev. J. E. MILLER oiid Miss M. S. MILLER: Mrs. J. E. MILLER teacher of Music. The year to be divided into four terms ol 11 weeks each. 6 TERMS. "Fur ilnv scholars . For all the English brandies usually taught ill kjullllliniiw ui mi ui fjiuut, twiu iMiiu . S4, per Session. French, 85. Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. 5 for 12 lessons. on ihc Guitar, Pastel Puintin"-. S5 Monochromatic, 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 Six- nunils will ha received into the family of the Principal as boarders, at a charge of $200, per year, for Hoarding, wasmnr, anu tuition in nil the Eimlish branches. Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made at thi JirxrinninfT of each session, and the re- & r. mamder at the close. Nn reduction for absence, for either boar ding or day-scholars, excepting in case of sickness, or by special agreement. Pupils received at any time during the session, and charged irom me time...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 August 1860

iaMuww im Hnig?gg .Laitj.ii.i'v,-J--' i. , muuau'-- i l -i '-'- j ' .mj-mi jlh , ............ ... , ..x. .. . i m iimi miiiiiM ;i jDnwtrfc t0 jp3litif5, literature, Agriculture, Srintre, iHomlitij atxir cncral 3fatdligcncc. VOL 19. ' STROUDSBUEG9MONE'OE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 9,-I8G0. NO. 30 Published by Theodore Sehqcfc. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Tw o dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore .llic end of the year. Two dollars and a half. No paners discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. iCAdrcrtisemenls oT one square (ten lines) or loss, bus or three insertions, $ I 00. Each additional inscr ton, 23 cents. J.onscr ones in proportion. JOS PR!TIWG. flavin a general assortment of large, plain and or namentalTypc, uc are prepared to execute every dc scription of fanR Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts, justices, I.-egal and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &e., prin ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonable t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 August 1860

5l)c Jclfcrsoniau. THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1860. POR PRESIDENT, Abraham Lincoln, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, X Hannibal Hamlin, OF MAINE. "POT? fiflVKRNOR Hon. Andrew G-. Curtin, ; OF CENTER COUNTY. Wo will send a copy of tho " Jeffer sonian" from this date, July Htb, until tho UOtb of November, for the trifling Bam of Fifty Cents, to all those who arc not subscribers to the paper. Let the .friends of the cause we advo cate make up clubs at onoo. GRAM) RALLY OF THE FRIENDS OF Lincoln, Hamlin and- Curtin fn (he Thirteenth Congressional District. The citizens of the Counties composing tho ' Thirteenth Congressional District, friendly to the election of the above nam ed nominees, are invited to assemblo in MASS MEETING, AT STROUDSBUHG-, in tho County of Monroe, on Tuesday, the l ith of August, I8G0, at two o'clock P. M.f to organize for tho coming Campaign. Itally in your" strength to the Eupport of your excellent and worthy Candidates. Rally in your might to advoaato the Pro tection ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 August 1860

. v r 11 ii rfiM iniiriwiTWTriMMTinBwmMmffww RAILWAY MUSINGS. BV THE BARD OF THE EASTON HALL OF FASHIOr. A railway car's a microcosm,. Who chooses to take heed To the various forms that people it, Sage lessons, there may read. Countenances oft bespeak The feelings of the soul; O'er the index few can bear, . : At any time, control. We read of speculation In the piercing, wand'ring eye, That will nature's verdant beauties, With carelessness pass by. And rest with eager, searching glance Upon the yellow ground, Where symtoms show a precious ore Beneath it may be-found. We see the cautious man, in him Who lets the chatterer go Or, with his senseless jargon For awhile, and then will throw A sentence out, that seems to hit At once the very mark; Though the other's grand colloquial powers, Still left it in the dark: Sometimes we note a jaunty hat Half shadowing a face Which shaded by the matron's cap, Might still display much grace We read, in that youthful attire, A common truth, well tol...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 August 1860

HOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Slromtsburg Female Scmincry Undor the care of the Ret. J. E.-MILLER anil Miss M. S. DULLER:, Mrs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music: The year to be divided into four terms of 11 weeks each. TERMS. For dny scholars: For all the English branches usually taught in Seminaries of the first grade, and Latin : " S'1 per Session. French, $5. Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. " on the Guitar, 5 for V2 lessons. P:istcl Painting, $5 Monochromatic, 4 V Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six nnnils will be received into the family of the Principal as boarders, at a charge of S2(M. ncr vcar. for Boarding, washing, and tuition in all the English branches, Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made at the beginning ot each session, ana uiu re maindcr at the close. NTn fp,hir.tion for absence, for cither boar Knnr rr fin V.SfllolarS. CXCOPtmff ill CaSC of U 1 i w J w - - j I w nirknnss. or bv snccial agreement. Piin;i rprnivoil at anv time during the harmed from the t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 August 1860

. - 9mttci to politics, literature, Agriculture, JStmuc, iHoralitu, autr eucrai intelligence. STROUDSBURG9MONBOE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST IS, iSGO. NO. si, tne meas- Republi- but Published by Theodore SdlOCh. ! road is another measure of theKepubli TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two uu - Jollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- urcs that naturally come from fore tne cnu 01 me year, 1 wo uonars aim a nan. i 0 fi .r i. No naners discontinued until allarrearaces are paid, can principles not iaise Symbols; except at the option of the Editoi. theso issues have been tendered in tho iCAdverUsements of one square (ten lines) or less one or three insertions, $ 1 00.- Each additional inser, jagj Congress as iivin issues. They ten ton. -'5 cents. Longer ones in proportion. , j -n-t-u P j t . e . - dered a tariff bill, and passed it, but it fell in the Senate that great slaughter-house . . ... 1 n.i , . . mi i rr L11U3U VI tilt! LUTE Having a general assortment of large, piaui ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 August 1860

..j rj-g.j rtf 'it 'Jtr have aV nor-a elects, wore polled 77.000 Demo- tbis gmt w T? . . -- on ens Willi u uuu uviu ua wiwtw- cratie votesiandshouaa about a,uuuma. d our lattoes, while in Tennessee there was at d .vi. Andrew G. Curtin to the her laft election just about one mulatto to Gubernatorial chair of this State. At L TAmo,.raMrnfr nd that the same the conclusion, the President sumert up 1.1UU,U,U ...... ... --j I t.- jfr Tin wore known to flnfferine of an American vuuon m u -rr-' Tl .7 u "Vtu.t mn. The murdered Indians are supposed to Ttnlian Prison. been in tbat vicinity at w , .f 4i. T.nn. Tho mr?prfid Tndian9 are sup The Naples corresponaen u . " three or four hundred r .... i . "n-1- JJC1U1 don Daily JXews, relate. 100 . " ' . hfllf breed8 8Dd Amnncr tho manv cases oi nruiai u - , wt o r . ... i i nroa that went irom inia viuiuikT ""vr.. . ... ,;;. f ih R,mhlionD part? in. 'oaZL T1" - ,l.t H, nurooso of limiting buttalo. Among rule neia poou lliroucnoui um r r . Tk.. tnn ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 August 1860

Creeson and Syracuse. a Riindrv timos witbin the last six V J -wonks tho proceedings of the Democracy at Cresson yesterday would bavo been of vastly moro consequence than at present. Uven after the disastrous disruptions of their National Convention at (JharleMou and at Baltimore, a thoroughly united Democratic party in Pennsylvania might have been confronted to tbe I pposition and would have put tho latter upon their mettle to achieve a victory lor JLIN'coln. But the leaders, by their bickerings, and their blundering management and blind obedience to the Administration, that had already so badly damaged their party, allowed tho golden opportunity to pass. As the onse stauds now, tho more saga cious adherents of the Democratic party freely admit that it is but of slight prac tical importance to the contest yi Novcm her, whether their party presents a divi ded or united front to their adversaries. If a combination is formed that will, in any contingency, enure to the advantage of Bre...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 August 1860

BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. (rouIsluirg Female Scminery Under the cnre of the Rev. J. E. MILLER atiil Miss M. S. MILLER: . ' .Mrs. J. E. MILLER teacher of Music. The year !o be divided into four terms oi 11 .weeks eueh. TERMS. For dny scholars. For all the English branches usually taught in Scininaries.of the first grade, and Latin: 4, per Session. French, So. Music on the Piano, S per quarter. on the Guitar, 5 for W?Iossons. Pastel Painting, . 5 V Monochromatic, 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six nunils will be received into the family 'of the Principal as-boarders, at a charge of 8200, per year, for Hoarding, wasning. ami tuition in all the Enjilish branches, Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made at the bet-inning of each session, ana tne re nmimlpr nt the close. Nn deduction for absence, for either boar- A'mtr or .t.-i I'.Bolml.-i rs. cxccntiug in case of sickness, or by special agreement. Pupils received at any time during the session, and charged from the tim...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 August 1860

$3n)otcii to jpolitics,. literature, 2lgricttlturc, S acute, 4WoraIitjj, tmi eucrai Intelligence. VOL 19. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 23, I860. NO. 32, published bv Theodore Scliodli TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore Hie enu 01 mc year, 1 wo uouars ami a Hair. .Vo papers discontinued until all arrearages at c paid , except at tlic option of the Editor. irj"AU ciuMjnioius in iiiiuMiu.iri; iicn lines; it ii-sB- one or three insertions,, Si oo. Each additional inser, fnn.25cents. Longer ones m nronovtion. inWurcrusemeius ni onesquare (ten lines; or irss- . JOS PRIIVTIKG. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or hcripuS!lPc,wc arcPrci,arcdlocxecutcuvt'rydc 50 irTvTjrnXT mixitim eolpto, iunccs. Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlet?. &.c., prm ted iUi neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms at this office. Xarge or small Farms Wnicn. are the B nCr. nrnfimhlP. , . - . ir,j 1 The answer to this ques...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 August 1860

sffU 2cffcrsoman. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, I860. FOR PRESIDENT, Abraham Lincoln, OF ILLINOIS. - "- FOR VICE PRESIDENT, .Hannibal Hamlin, i. OF MAINE. FOR GOVERNOR Bon. Andrew G-. Curtin, OF CENTER COUNTY. 'Only Fifty Cents! We will send a copy of the " Jeffer bonian" from this date, July lltb, uoti tlm 29th of November, for the trifling sum of Fifty Cents, to all those who are not subscribers to the paper. Let tbo friends of the cauao we advo cate. make up clubs at onoo. yCf Au Address will be delivered in tho Lincoln, Hamlin and Curtin Club Room, on Wednesday evening next, at 7 o'clock. A general invitation is exten ded. "Know-Hbthingism. of the Democracy. Till a year or so ago it was tbo peouli ar pleasure of the Democratic party, whenever its editors wroteor its orators proclaimed, to denounce in unmeasured terms of bitterness the American or Know Nothing party. But recently a radical change has come over tho vision of the Democracy, and now the American party, which formerlv appeare...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 August 1860

s , Got Another One. Mat Boot, of Piuevillo, is taking tho census of Lako county. Tho other day ho rcoeivcd a call' from an old framer, at whose houso lie had oalled a few days be fore, in ono of tho towns ho had canvass e&. Tho fanner fumbled awkwardly with his hat. and didn't seem to know exactly how to got at tho business. Mat inquired after tho health 01 uis sixteen ohildren, all under seventeen years of ago, whose names Jie remembered to nave ta ken, spoko about tho weather, &c, but the old farmer seemed to grow more and more embarrassed-. At length the visitor blurt ed out, "My old woman sent mo down to tell jou to come and take tho census over agai n she has got another one. Cleveland jjemocrat. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Fesuale Pills. PROTECTED LETTERS BY ItOTAI. PATENT. Prepared from a prcsriplion of Sir J.Clarke, JL. D. PJiysician Extraordinary to the Queen. THIS well known medicine is no imposition. but a sure and snfe remedy for Fem:...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 August 1860

- Eua&sSxr&Mn iff W 1 1 1 r BOARDING SCHOOL FOR, YOUNG LADIES. Stroudsburg Female Seraiiiery Under the care of the Rev. J. E. MILLER and Miss M. S, MILLER: . Mr. J. B. MILLER teacher of Music. The vear mbe divided into four terms of 11 weeks eacn. TERMS. TYir dnv scholars.' For all the English branches usually taught m Seminaries of the first grade, and Latin : S4, per Session. French, 5. Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. on the Guitar, 5 for 12 lessons. Pastel Painting, 85 ) Monochromatic, 4 V Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Siv nil nils w ill hp. received into the family of the Principal as boarders, at a charge of 8200, per year, for Boarding, waemng. aim tuition in all the English branches, Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made at the beginning of each session, and the re- ' mainder at the close. for absence. foeither boar- ,i v.cnimln rs. p.vcentinsr in case of sickness, or by special agreement. Pupils received at any time during the session, and charged from...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 August 1860

mcvottb to Oo!itic0, literature, Olgriatlture, Sricntt, Jlloralih), axti (Bmtxal Intelligence. VOL 19. Published 1)V Theodore ScllOr.h. tchms.two dollars per ahnum in advance Two 1 1 . n. I.. ..... i i r . i . ... .... ane or three insertions, $100. Each additional mser, on i 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. i- JOB PKfftTING. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or scnpaono7' 4 1 l&WE IPJEIEIliS'S'irSS'o r,ards, circulars, Hiii Heads, Notes, niank Receipts, Justices. I.cgnl and other aianks,Famplilct!.&c.,prin ted J with neatness and despatch, on roasoiuijic terms nt this office. THE KEPUBLICAttS OF MICHIGAN". SPEECH OP GOV- CHASE. A met ting of Gvc or six thousand Re publicans occurred at Pontiae, Mich., on Wednesday. The following is the speech made on this occasion by Governor Chaso of Ohio : Fellow-Citizens of Michigan. I come before yoa through the very partial ..-........ .1 (.: r iuuouuuuuu oi iuc uuu.. u.au JUUI ui- mittco, but not altogether as a tran...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 August 1860

The Bell men bowed ansd withdrew. I hoard tho"cbatcobist freely express his grntifiontion at the satisfactory obaracter of the conversation, in whioh bid friend" concurred, avowing their determination to go home and act their friends rttfht there ay regards Lincoln, and tbemselfea to o for him strong. There baa been a spasmodic meeting in oue of the Ward, attended bj both wing-? of the Democracy, to unit on some thing, say the Governor and local officers. UutCit wa a dull gathering, suspicion btickinj? out ot every turn. Their caudj date, Foster, i in a curious fir. It i dangerous for him to open his mouth, aud po be keeps it shut. If be speak at all. bo is sure to drive off at leatt one wing of tho party. Meantime, our candidate, Gurtin, is btumping tho State with n en crgy and ability that makes converts at every turn, lie has gone thoroughly o vor thirty counties already. Io the coal and iron counties be talked up the Tariff with a power that made an immense im pression. Gurtin i...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 August 1860

r gp-Somebodv says with truth that, i tho DoBglss Democrats have & bard road to travel, tho other sort have a hard Lane to run. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Female Pills. PROTECTED LETTERS BY ROYAL PATENT. Prcparedfrom apresriplion of Sir J.Clarke, - nr - - - T I 7.".. a . T HI, sj. jsnysiuiuii xAii uvi uiuury iu uie Queen. THIS well known medicine is no imposition, but a sure and safe remedy for Fcnnlu Difficulties and Obstructions, from any caute whatever; and althougl; m powerful remedy, it contains nothing hurtful to the constitution.- To man led ladies it is peculiarly suited It will. ma ort time, bring on the monthly period with regularity, In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, pain in the back and limbs, fatigue on slight exertion, palpita tionofthe heart, hysterics and whites, these Pills will effect a cure when nil other means have failed; and al though a powerful remedy, do not contain iion, calo mel, antimony, or anything huitful to...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 August 1860

BOARDING SCHOOL, FOR YOUNG LADIES. Stroudslmrg Female Scraincry Under the care of the Rev. J. E. MILLER and Miss M. S. MILLER: . Mrs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music. The year to be divided into four terms of 11 weeks each. TERMS. For da' scholars; Foral! the English branches usually taught in Seminaries of the first grade, and Latin : S'l, per Session. French, 5. Music on the Piano, S per quarter. on the Guitar, 5 for 12 lessons. Pastel Painting, &5 Monochromatic, 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six pupils will be received into the family of the Principal as boarders, titTa charge of $200, per year, for Boarding, washing, and tuition in "all the English branches, Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made at the beginning of each session, and the re mainder at the close. No deduction for absence, for either boar ding or day-scholars, excepting in case of sickness, or by special agreement. Pupils received at any time during the Bession, and charged from the time when they co...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 September 1860

Ill r ' Heuotcii ia f clitics, literature, Agriculture, Stuxitc, ffioxalitv, auir ntcral Intelligence, VOX-is. STROUDSBURG-, MONROE COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER 6, ISSO. NO-34. Published bV ThCOdove SdiOChJ Aside from this proprietor? right, how-1 think it would bo prevented if tho doo-tfjRMS.-Two dollars per annum in ndvanco-TWo ' cvcr thc Potver of Congress to make all ! trine of "Popular Sovorignty" were car- U011'l" aim n i'j.-i.., iinii juniij ituuil noipaiu uc- fore hc end of the year. Two dollars and a half. 1 j?onancrlio.nJnucdunUl all arrcaraccs ate raid, pxccDtnt Uic cotton vt the Editoi IEJ Advertisements of one square (ten lir.es) or less-. one or three .insertions, SI 00. Each additional inscr, toni 25 bents. Longer ones in proportion. -SOI PHKftTIiffG. ir,v;n?r n n-onenil assortment of larcc. plain and or nancnUlTpe, we are prepared to execute every de xcnniion oi AJ.ot, 2T!SS. S m justices. Legal and other Bunks, ramphirip &e .prin A111055 a"ddClch on reasonable terms Th...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 September 1860

' The power or - Medicine oyerPis ease. Wo know of no better illustration of this faot than the v&nderful effects of tbo Oxygenated .Bitters, in from flio svhtnm "Dssncnsia. and all tional dbicascsof tbe stomach, and restor ing impaired digestion. An Incident. From Tbe Oregonian. During tbe Presidency of Gen. J ackson i AT- l).it nF Kantnak?. was eradicating P r , " 'T , k nliarlv animated. Hitherto, Col. lano- x . . ..... ... . r n .B liAMi nn the stmnn a one: wbile nffir of Postmaster in the nine town oi uuiwu r . Prom Pennsylvania. Prrospondcncb of The N. Y. Tribune. Tlnrrishuri. Auj? 30. lbbU. of a Thn Ootober contest nromises nawdo a iNew-Salero, in Sangamon Co., 111. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1380 FOR PRESIDENT, Abraham Lincoln, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, E'axmibal Hamlin, OF JVIAIifjB. Republican Electoral Ticket. ' AT LAUQE .Tamos Pollock. llV. District Edward C Knight. Gen.. Sam Houston has d,Slincd. i C it. T3 vniii 3 -n f T i n.Hnfn ror run l il-diuuuui. being a uu...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 September 1860

Borough Oram ance. General Eleoison F'S PROCLAMATION. Whereas, by an act of the General Assem bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, - . . . . . . - 1 TIM entitled "an act regulating tne uenerai uiec lions within the said Commonwealth," pass jsd on the 2d day of July, lS3'J, it is made the duty of the High bheritt oi every coun whose name is not contained in the list of Tn tlio ntoT.c nC Mnnnnn n a. sioners, unless first he produced a receipt ""J' menus, i .respecuwiy for payment within two years, of a State or myselas a candidate for the office of county tax assessed aereeablv to the Consti- Wistrict Attorney. tuiion, and give satisfactory evidence either Should I be elected, I pledsre mvself to di? on his own oath or the affirmation of another charge the duties of the office with promnt- iuiil uc nun jioiu juru ma., m .u litnure iu neSS UnU 1100111)' produre a receipt, shall maUe oath to the WILLIAM K. HAVILAND. payment thereof; or, second ll he claims a Stroudsburg, Aug. 23,. 1...

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