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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 October 1860

V r "BO ARISING CHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Stroudsburg Female Semiuery Under the care of the Rev. J. E. MILLER .'and Miss M. S. MILLER: r Mrs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music. The year to be divided intp four terms of 11 weeks each. TERMS. For day scholars: Forull the English branches usually taught in Seminaries of the first grade, ami Latin : Si, per Session. French, So. Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. " on (he Guiturr 5 for 1 lessons. Pastel Painting, 85 ) Monocliromatic, 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Siv minils will be received into the family of the Principal as bo filers, at a charge of 200, per year, tor Hoarding, wnMimg. aim tuition in all the English branches, Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made at the beginning of each session, and the re niainder 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 session, and charged from the time when the...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 October 1860

lsbu Li ,t4 J; Slcuotcit to $olitks, literature, Agriculture, Sthntc, illoraiitj), .anir cncral SntcIHgcncc. 3TR0UDSBUKG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER is, JSCO. ? ' -- " I ' ' " ' ' "" " jl " " - ""'- Published by Theodore ScfcQChJaon'rt saws came into this country in 1859, TEUMS.-Two dollars per annum in ndvancc-Two and uow maDJ thousands 0f dollars' dollurs and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid bo worth that immense bouse alone iffiDOrt ,fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. , , - . ... 01.1- No pnpcr.s discontinued until allarrcaraECsaicpaid, fid into tulS CltJ. Ur let him put the uonuori I t0 those genuine specimens one or three insertions, SI 00. Each additional inser, of American energy aud enterprise, Mes- Ron, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. i . n-nu f. t?. 7 f . -. - . L '- - sra. trook oc lrost, sow manufacturers, of A OTGB PRStfTIffG. jyourowncity. Though it bo apart from Having a general assortment of large, plain and or my subject, permit me to say, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 October 1860

ital judiciously invested, and every nppliance for a vigorous business. "With all these we find our business de pressed to a degree unexampled. si nee 1843 und 'H'2, when the demand was aUihe ex treme point of depression. "The question arises, why is this The nnly answer we can find is the total want of uciiviiy in the businesof our customers, VeffrcB any if whom, it is bclivcd, arc now obtaining a remunerative return for the cap ital invested; ihere can, therefore, for the present, be ittle further demand for new ma chinery. It would seem as if, at the present time, the means ot production were equal to - the ,cut-uinption.M TTic reason that this demand has fallen off i, that in destroying all other inter rets hnvo dc-troyed that of agriculture also. The farmers of the distant North wot raise grain : the planters of the dis tant Southwest raise cotton) the miners of California dig gold. U i-connio and ium iie"qa .hip their grain to Jiiebc.ter ; icxa. and Arkanar hhip tluir cotton t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 October 1860

Mo nroe County Election ReturnsOfficial Oct. 9th, 1860. 53 s? 1 Governor. Andrew G. Curtin Henry D. Foster Congress. David K. Shoemaker Philip Johnson. Senator John Shoaso, Henrj S Mott. Assembly. Charles D Brodhcad Sticriff. James N. Durling, Peter Merwino, jr. JProlho notary. Tboaiaa M. Mollhaney Samuel Rees, jr. -Register a?ul Recorder. Joseph Barry, John S Fisher. Commissioner. lleuben 11. Gross Houben Krosgo, Charles Price, Charles Christman. Auditor. Peter Gilbert, District Attorney. William K. Ilaviland. EssTScatteuing Votes Abraham cis lvollcr. 2 do. Jiidward h Wolf 1 vote Courad Hammoo 6 votes for District Attorney, Abm. Edineer 17 do.: Win. P. Ilalloek 1 do.; Win. Davis 1 do. William C. n;k Vr llntr oonl. 1 rnfn (rr rnnAr EVUMfJM.mjiJliJi.'1 be extended, before that iiaie. Editors favorable to the cau.se are re quested to give this article an early in nertion. And it may not be amiss to state that the services of the agent", the Central Goainjiltec, and tbo local commit-' ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 October 1860

BOAtfDING SCHOOL ' FOR YOUNG LADIES. ; roudsburg Female Seminary t - Under the cure of the Rev. J. E. MILLER and Miss M. S. MILLER: 1 - Airs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music. The year to be divided in to four terms ol .11 weeks each. TERMS. For day scholars.- For all" the English branches usually taught ;in Seminaries of the fiit grade, and Latin : S4, per Session. 4"Frencl, 5. '"Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. " " on the Guitar, 5 for 12 lessons. Pastel Painting. S5 "J Monochromatic. 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 S Six pupils will be received into the family pfthe Principal as bonnier, at a charge of .8200. nor vear. for Boarding, washing, and -iuiUon in all the English branches, Latin, -if desired. Half piyment to be made at ,the beginning of cuch session, and the re ,,mainder at the close. No deduction for absence, for cither boar dintr nr da v-scholars. excepting jn case nf : sickness, or bv special agreement. Pupils received at any time during the session, and charged tr...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 October 1860

r HI t 'JOrootrt to jpolitirs, itcratnw, Agriculture, Stitnct; Mloxalit), ana cncval jfatcUig CltCC. - tfcg MMMM. M ,1p , , ,11-1,1 II , ,1, , IIM , , M L "u 11 m" ' "" " " ' 1 " " 1 "MMWi ,.MJ . iJattBRHKiiJ' p iL iimw-i...,--- ! mi I,,,,. iliimnMlirilTllTII I"Iibh in ii i . . I, .-.i i hi iiimwnrw.-wpi .TP-mBJiJ-B blii VOL J9. tPttblishe'd-- by Theodore Sehoch. TEUMf wo dollars per ahnumin advance-Two fdoJ!:irsjand:a quarter; half vcarlv ami ir m.t nni.i ho C.y,S-c"4 "fll,c i'car Two dollars and a half. of)aperdi5cuntinucd until all arrearages arc paid, except at the-optioh of the Editor. '"T Ad.lctt,se"ientsof .nc square (ten lines) or less- no(orturcc.insertimis, $100. Each additional inscr, tg???cnls' I,a"scr ones in proportion. - ' - r - Having a general assortment of large, plain and or ing a general assortment oi large, piain anu or italTvpe, we are prepared to execute every de ionof i?&W&E SPMSMimSh nameiuai r senption Cards, Circular?,, Uill Heads, Notes, filank Re...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 October 1860

"V TT f ' - i' i Tf 1 TT-1 'f wWdL - -- Sl)c 2cffcr6imiau. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1860. FOR PRESIDENT, Abraham Lincoln, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, iT ' Hannibal Hamlin, OF MAIMS. Republican Electoral Ticket. AT LAKGE. Thomas M. Howe Edward C. Ivnigbt. Robert P. King. Henry Bumm. Robert M. Foust. Nathan Hilles John M. Broomall. James W. Fuller. David E. Stout. Fraocis W. Christ. David Mamma, Jr. David Taggart. Thomas 11. Hull. Franois B. Pennimaa. Ulysses Mercur. George Bressler. A. Brace Sbarpe. Daniel 0. Gehr. Samuel Calvin. Edgar Cowan. William McKcnnan. John M. Kirkpatrick. Jamet Kerr. Richard P. Roberts. Henry Souther. John Greer. Electoral Ticket. The Lincoln and Hamlin Electoral tick ets for this County are now ready at this office. Our friends from the different townships are requested to call and get them at their earliest opportunity. Every vote Out. We hope that our friends will take par tuular paina to get every Lincoln voter out to the Election. Let every opponent t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 October 1860

JUSTICE TO TilE SOUTH. A NEW BOOK AND ONE DESTINED to CREATE a SENSATION. JUST TUBLISnED. THE SUMY SOUTH OR THE -SOUTHERNER AT flOME, 2 " EMBRACING f ;FIVE YEARS' EXPERIENCE NORTHERN GOVERNESS IN THE ; LAND OF SUGAR, RICC, .TOBACCO AND COTTON. EDITED BY Professor 3. IJ. lugraimisi, OF MISSISSIPPI. Handsomely "Uotindt in one volume, 112 mo. 526- pages. Price 1 .25. Literary notices from the Press throughout f the Country. The Sunny So gth "This book is com posed of a series of letters, written in an in teresting style of a narrative, embodying the most romantic featuresofsocial Iifeon differctu kinds of plantations. We can bear testimo ny, from our own personal observation of sim ilar scenes in the South, to their truthfulness as here depicted. They are portrayed in a vivid, interesting style, and we would like to see the book in the hands of thousands of de ceived people, who have no personal knowl edge either of Southerners or Southern life, except what they have gained from partiz...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 October 1860

BOARDING SCHOOL jv for 4V, YOUNG LADIES. Stroudsbuny Female Scmincry ilir Ttnv. J. E. MILLER ami 'Miss M. S. MILLER: . Mrs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music. v"Tlie year to be divided into four terms ol Tl weeks each. TERMS. jMEnr dny scholars. For. all the English branches usually taught ,in Seminaries of the first grade, and Iatin : y., t S4, per Session. 'French, $5. Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. -f. on llie Guitar, f) for 12 lessons. 'Pastel Paint inr. S3") 'Monochromatic, 4: Materials furnished aH...r m Wk , T . 1. A7 I. A I oia pupus win in: reix.vra j oltlie Principal as nonnicr-s i a cimryu ui al S200. ncr veur, for Hoarding, wasning, ana tuition in ail the English branches, Latin, if desired. Half piymenl to be made al the beginning of each session, and the re mainder at the close. No deduction for absence, for cither boar ding or day-scholars, excepting in case of Bickness. or by special agreement. Pnnils received at any time during the 'session, and charged from the time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 November 1860

Wtvotcb to Dolitic5, literature, Agriculture, &timtt, illorality, dxxb (Btxxtxal intelligence. VOL i9. STROUDSBURGr, MONKOE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 1, i860. NO. 42. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per annumin advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be Tore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages aie paid, texcepl.it the option of the Editor. lCPAdvertisements of one square (ten lines) or less one or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional inscr, ton, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRfiVTriVG. ttavinff a general assortment of large, plain and or fcamental Type, n e arc prepared to execute ever ue Ecription of Cards. ted with neatness and despatch, on ro;vsUnal,lctenns at this office. FOR THE JEFFERSOKIAN. LOLA'S THIRD BIRTH-DAY. Three years to-day Our Lola May Has pouted or caressed us ; But for the care That we did bear I'm sure 'twas most she blessed us. At first she came, Without a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 November 1860

l)c 3cffcrsonian. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1860. FOR PRESIDENT, Abraham Lincoln, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, - - , Hannibal Hamlin, OF MAINE. Bepublican Electoral Ticket y AT LARGE. .Time Pollock. Thorn ns M. Howe. -1st District Edward 0. Knight. 2d " Bobert P. King. 3d Henry Bumni. 4th " liobert M. Foust. 5th " Nathan Ilillcs 6th " John M. -Broom all. 7th " Jarucs W. Fuller. Pth " David E Stout. Oth " Francis W. Christ. 10th " David Mamma, Jr. 11th " David Taggart. 2th " Thomas ll". Hull. 13th " Francis B. Pennimon. 14th " Ulysses Mercur. 15th " George Brcsslcr. 10th A. Brady Sharpe. 17th " Daniel O. Gchr. 18th " Samuel Calvin. 19th " Edgar Cowan. 20th " William McKcnnan. 21st " John M. Kirkpatrick. 22d 11 James Kerr. 23d " llichard P. Roberts. 24th " Henry Souther. 25th " John Greer. Electoral Ticket. The Lincoln and Hamlin Electoral tick eta for this County are now ready at this office. Our friends from tbo different townships are requested to call and get them at their earlies...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 November 1860

J i , Copper in Luz6rhe. Wo havo been informed that Mr. Croaker, of Carbondalc, has discovcrcd'a vein of oro 8 feet deep on his land, which lias been pronounced copper. It has been subjected to test, and is paid to yield 45 per cent, copper. If this be true, it adds another important item to tho min eral wealth of Luzerne. Luzerne Un 23ew York Markets. Wednesday, October 24, 1880. PLOUll AND MEAL Wheat flour ; the sales arc 14,870 bbld. at So 20aS5 30 for Superfine State and Wet-tern; S5 40a 55 45 for Extra State: $5 70a$5 75 for Shipping brauds of round hoop Extra 0 hio; and 'SO lUa7 25 for St. Louis Ex trs. Kje Flour; sales of 187 bhls. at 63 50aS4 25. Corn Meal; sales of 120 bbls. at S3 50 for Jerej, and 83 S0a$3 90 for Brandjwinc. GRAIN the sales in el tide 23,200 bush Red and Amber Western ntSl 34a$l 35; 54.100 bush. Chicago SpriDg and North Western Club at Si 19a$l 23. llje; small sales of Canadian, &c, at 75a76c. Corn; sales of 72,000 bush, at GSaGc. for Western Mixed afl...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 November 1860

f I III' I . . I. II I 1,1. .1 I I . BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Stroudsburg Female Scrainery Under the care of the Rev. JlE.,MILLER and Miss M. S. MILLER: -Mrs. J. E MILLER tencher of Music. The year to be divided into four termB of 11 weeks each. TERMS. For day scholars; For all the English branches usually taught in Seminaries of the first grade, and'Latiu : S4, per Session. French, $5. Music on the Piano, 8 per. quarter. " on the Guitar, 5 for 12 lessons. Pastel Painting, 85) Monochromatic, 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six nunils will be received into the family of the Principal as boarders, at a charge of 200, per year, for Hoarding, wasnmg. anu tuition in all the English branches, Latin; if desired. Half payment to be made at the lieMnnin' of each session, and the re mainder at the close. No deduction for absence, for cither boar Atnr nr iln v-scholars. excepting in case of "- j sickness, or bv special agreement. Pupils received at any time during the session, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 November 1860

Hlcuotcfc to :13olitifJ, literature, Agriculture, Science, iiToralitj), emir eucral intelligence. VOL i'9. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY; PA. NOVEMBERS, i860. no. 4s; Published by Theodore Schochi munuc n... .111...... ......... : i TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two doll-irs and u quarter, lmif yearly and if not pnid be No pancr discontinued until all arrearages ate paid, ID A. trcrtiscmcnls of one square (ten lines) or less one or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional inser, ion. -w cents. Longer ones m proportion. JOB PRINTING. Slaving a general assortment of large, plain and or tiamcntal Type, c are prepared to execute every de scriplion of bards. Circulars, Uill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &.c, prin ted with neatness and despatch, on raasonrtblc terms , at this office. A MODEL WORSHIPPER. . vt'Tell me about the sermon, dear; Take off your shawl and hat, And come and sit beside me here: . The text first! where was that!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 November 1860

The Great Result LINCOLN AND HAMLIN ELECTED. l)c 3cffcvsoinan. Stales. Electors. ; Maine 8 ! New-Hampshire IS Rhode Island 4 Connecticut 6 New York 35 Wisconsin 5 States. Pennsylvania. Indiana Illinois Iowa Michigan Minnesota Electors. 27 13 ni 4 6 4 New 'Louisiana. n-uD Ma,: 6 Tbe election The Wonders of the Miscrocope". We understand it is through tbe agen- Strange Dream. Cor. of Tbe Cattaraugus Freeman. NArOLi (Cattaraugus Co.) March 3t -r . i ov. b ine eiemuu instrument tbat A. rUV U liUlQ UJUi IU1 T IV 17 l"i .w- i . . ... pasod off quietly. The result , - succeeded in fin- IB?"--1 ,sb 5 s"ake .W, VWD: " " . . I Cului uicbu!) nuii.u una iiiEtuiiY ... .. 7 77 " .. J J.lA.minmn I . . J known". New Orleans, Nov. 6 Tbe Parish of ding tbe paludal miasm and determining I t tfae death of my wife fulQled She bad been its character. Of its enects wo in mis jjj for some time; tbo day beforo be section have abundant evidence in tbe Fe- death she fell into a. trance-like slumber; A ,nl. wh...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 November 1860

The Voice of Henry Clay. The following important letter from Thomas H. Clay, sod of the revered pa triot Etcnry Clay, was received by a gen tleman in New-York : Mansfield, Nov. 1 1800. My Dear Sir : I tbink you will find that you are mistaken in supposing that Mr. J3cll is daily lo-ing ground in the Southern Statce, and that Mr. Brecken- ridge is steadily making headway in that region. The election on JLue9day next, from all the information we have received. will demonstrate that a large majority of the southern Jbtates are for Bell, aDd ut terly opposeJ lo the candidate of the Dia uniouists aud Secessionist;). If we are correctly informed, the State t)f Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Ma ryland, North Carolina. Missouri, and Louisiana arc certain for Boll. Alabama and Florida are considered doubtful; Georgia, Mi.-stssippi, Arkan-a3 and Del aware arc certain for Breckinridge, to 'which add South Carolina. Bell's ma jorities will be large, while those States which will go for Breckinr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 November 1860

HOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Sirondslmrg Female Scminfry Under the care of the Rev. J. E. MILLER end &is M. S. MILLER: . Mrs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music. This year to be divided into four terms ol 11 weeks each. TERMS. For ilny "scholars: ,1.1. For all the En"lh branches usually laughl in Seminaries of the first grade, and Latin : SI, per bession. French, 5" Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. on 1 he Guitar, 5 for 12 lesions. PM!il Paintin?. 85 ) Moncliroinntic, 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six pupils will he received into the family of the Principal as bonders, at a charge o! 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. iVn tf..!iicti(n for absence, for either boar- .1;.,., Ai:r Un:r. nXCCDtinT ill CaSC of sickness, or by special agreement. Pupils received at any time during the :ind charged from the time when ' 1 D the...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 November 1860

Htotcir to politics, fitcratnrc, griatltuit, Stitxxu, JHoralitu, aitir (Enteral jfatelligciicc. .1ST. VOL 19. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 224 I860. NO. 44, Published by Theodore Sehoch. shaken down. HnT?"ru? . In one of our western cities a forgery dollars ami .1 quarter, half yearly and if not paid be 1 . . 6 fore the end of the year, Two dollars andah.i f. to a arae amount had been effceted, and Nopapcrsihscoutjnued until all arrearages ate paid.1 B 1 i"h,?0Plwn of uo Editor. 'jthe perpetrators had escaped with the IO Advertisements of onesnnnm nan r r r . otU . t "un5f ,uu- Each additional inser, ton, -a cents, longer ones in proportion, .TOR Pnfvrtwn I Having a general assortment of large, plain and or namcntal Type, we are prepared to execute every de scnption of Cards, Circulars, Rill Heads, Notes,. Blank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &c, prin ted with neatness and despatch, on rsasun.tblc terms at this office. Nearer. One sweetly sole...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 November 1860

MONROE COUHTY; OFFICIAL. Sl)c Scffevsoiucm, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 18G0. JIT 31 r-K G nrn' of lhis Bor ouh, presets ted ub with a turnip Beet, last week, which weighs 8 pounds nod measures 2 inches iu circumference. j-The Cherry Valley Sobbotb School I Exhibition will take place ou Thursday nil R.tiiritnv evening". Not. 22J and 24th. Admittance 13 cent. Exerciser to commence at "? i o'clock. Stroudsburg; Stroud Pocoiio Hamilton . Jackson Chesnuthill Rnss Eldred Polk Tohyhanna Tunkhaiinock Paradise Price Barret M. Stnithfield Smithfield Coclbaugh Total i CO a ? e 1 ? as. 153 57 aid . 78 " 45 120 117 H 22 1 53 3 43 33 9 15 - 10 00 25 00 2 00 51 46 15 7 43 00 00 000 59 17 19 v 00 00 o z 20 38 00 219 100 169 40 149 111 47 19 6 93 00 158 .. ci. rrt ofmid to imuii- c,r,rTT?CCTnTr ml from otner oiaics SECESSION, No 1. o bcret and a great re lea! 2e Origin of the lateral union-xv - ? OQr gtate Qolj the other aay au- Perpetual by Compact between uieoia from Norlbern Texas nan to.u 2e .drftcf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 November 1860

it kcoamo impracticable to-collect Iho rc voDue in the ordinary way, to remove th flnstoBi-Houso to some secure rjlace with . j i . in thn District, either on land or on board s vessel, at which all ships arriving should be detained mi me duties were paia, auu to employ the land and naval forces of the United States, or the militia, to repel any attack upon the Gutom-IIouso so es tablished, or any attempt to luterrupt the officer in tbo discharge of tbeir duties; also, restricting to tbo Courts of the Uni ted States any suits in relation to any thinr done under this law, and authoriz isg the Prefcident to employ the lorccs of tbo United States to uphold those Court in the exclusive c serene of this authority Things looked for a little while exceed ly squally. Wo had as much speechify ing, volunteering, cockade mounting, and as many rumors of foreign aid then as now. The whole thing, however, booo proved a mere bubble. The nulHBer. took advantage of tbe passage of the com promise tar...

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