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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 December 1860

BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Stroudsburg Female Sejainery Under the care of the Rev. J. E. MILLER and Mies M. S. MILLER: r . Mrs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music. The year to be divided into four terms ol 1 1 weeks each. . TERMS. For day scholars: For all the English branches usually taught in Seminaries of the first grade, and Latin : 84, per bession. French, i ' Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. on the Guitar, 5 for 12 lessons. P.tstel Painting, 5 Monochromatic, 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six pupils will be received into the family of the Principal as boarders, at a charge ol SBOO, per year, for Boarding, washing, and tuition in all the English branches, Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made al the beginning of each session, and the re nin inder at the clo.-e. No deduction for absence, for either boar ding or day-scholar?, excepting m case ot sickness, or by special agreement. Pupils received at niiy time during the Fusion, nnd charged from the time when thnv c...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 January 1861

"T "M""""""""""""WM'M"'M,M '., - t " - lii,l,,,MMMaTaMaaMaMaiaMaigBl - SJcuotcir to plitirs, literature, Agriculture, Sricnrc, illoralitu, aui eueral intelligeuce VOL 19. Published by Theodore ScilOCilt TERMS Two dollars per annum in mlnnrn Tun Uollars and Uollars and n quarter, half yearly and if n-.l.I ho fore the end of the year Tvvo dollars ad"haif except at the option ofThc Editor. 6 p ' SnS n.Siccnts. Longer Vncs in prSortioT one ton Having a general assortment of large, plain and or xiamcntal Type, ve arc prepared to execute ev ery de ccriplion of Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Noles, Blank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other Hanks, rnmphlets. fee, pnn ted with nc.ttucss and despatch, on roasun.tbJc terms at this olficc. SPEECH OE HON. JOHN M. BOTTS, Delivered at Richmod, Va., Dec. 6, in resume to the following toast. . Tun Union! Founded on equality, cemen- 'ted by good will, covered m by the (ionstitu- lion. 11 either rail irreparably, ilie edifice must fall, and ought to fa...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 January 1861

THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1861. rrrRcad the speech of John M.Bottr of Virginia, on ,tbe secession question, od the first page of this ishuo. . tm i i II EST The Carrier desires us to tender his thanks to the patrons and friends of the Jeffcrsonian" for th uniform hiudness and great liberality showered upon biin on the first instant. John 13. Floyd, Buchanan's Sec Tetary at War, has roigoed his position beeaase the Federal troops are not witn drawn from Charleston harbor, which thi traitor demanded, in consequence of Maj Anderson's tronsforring.bis garrison from a weak and almost defenseless fort to a strong and commanding one, which this Secretary alledges was id violation ot tbo contract entered into between the Gov eminent and tho Charleston traitors. Had Aaron Burr been found guilty of half o what this, administration has acknowl edged and been proved guilty of, he would have been hung twice over. ICPOur readers may remember a good Dialogue published by us" sometime since which referr...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 January 1861

THE Only Discovery Worthy of any confidence for RESTORING THE BALD AND GRAY. Many, 6ince the great discovery of Prof Wood, have attempted not only to imitate his restorative, but profess to have discovered something that would produce results iden tical; but they have all come and gone, be- in" carried away by the wonderful results of Prof. Wood s preparation, and have been forced to leave the field to its resistless sway. Head tne louowmg: Bath, Maine, April 18lh, 1859. Prof. O. J. Wood & Co: Gents.: The let- Jcr I wrote you in 1S56 concerning your val- uauie uair Kesiorative, and which you have published in this vicinity and elsewhere, has given rise to numerous enquiries touching tne iacis in inccase. 1 he enquiries are, first, is it a fact of my habitation and name, cs slated in the communication ; second, is it true of all therein contained; third, does my hair still continue to be in good order and of natural color 3 To all I can and do answer invariably yes. My hair is ev...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 January 1861

Carrier's Address My Friends, I come with right good cheer, To welcome in the new-born year ; And in this little sheet I bring Of various things I hope to sing, Whilst every note shall aim to bo Well-dressed in truth and honesty. I'm glad to-day, and would impart The joyous feelings of my heart ; I would see none in sorrow here, The threshhold of an oilier year; I would above the past arise And joy beneath unclouded skies. Jul can we all arise so high! Are there not many tears to dry! Are there not many who to-day Will weep these glowing hours away! Yes, and they are our neighbors too, Whose sun of hope seems hid from view. That sun arose one year ago All radiant with a hopeful glow, But now their little ones are gone And they in saddening thoughts Bit down. My sympathies I offer here, For sympathy to such is dear; Nor need I ask that others show These feelings which so freely flow, But I the Etricken ones would ask To rise, though moat severe the task, And in their sorrow meekly sa...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 January 1861

UcMtcir to fltoliitCB, literature, Agriculture, Science, Jllaralitu, anir cucral jFutelligcncc. VOL 19. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 10, 1861. NO. 51. Published hy TllCOdorC ' Sbhocht terms. Two dollars per annum in ndvancc to dollars and a quarter, half yearly-anil if not paid be- orc inc cnu ql mc year, .Tio dollars andah.uf. No pancrsdisnonunued until all arrearages are paid, '"i&Adwtt one or three insertions, $100. Each additional inscr, - ' " cenls- h0clJLliu JOB SH.f iTS$ G. llaving a general assortment of large, plain and or ?criSn JiPC,lVC are prcp:ircd 10 cxccutiCreryde IF3 5VWt3?? P"TilSSSfS,ICSS',Sfi r-mi , cnKr nm Head!. Notes, oiank Receipts, Justices, i.eg-.a ana oiner iiianivs, i anipinuu--. prin- ted with neatness and despatch, on raasointolc tctins at this office. Pennsylvania Legislature. Both branches of the General Assem bly of this State were promptly organi- zed, on Auesday tbe 1st mt , by tne elec-,of th(J orjnio of Kidnappin under tho great inc...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 January 1861

icrs i Sl)c Jcffcvsoman. TEITB5DAY, JANTTARY 10, 1861. The Home Journal. We use pica-uns in bpeaKiug oi uh ... r .t- l,;Klr nnnnlar and inti?rr.:tint fires de Journal to our readers. The flt nom- her for 1961. is before u?. and ?o full jiood things we know not which to t-j nf mnrn A4,nAill r Tl cftit(3 llV IMc'l . -j -- aiorm X W illis, and tl.MMiOuio re- Morrie & Willis, New York. Ayer's American Almanac. Hnv, nnw nrrNrl mid s now read? for dtliverv oralis by HotliuBbead & De- trick may b pampas wmco o8S uCCo ,u - favorite in our .action ha, quite the Ur- ceit circulation of any one book in the world, except the BiMe. It is printed id msn Unguigci and scattered through many nations as well a supplied to .1-1 - iuuai tuC uu...0 Fwru..wWU - v,3t domain. Every family should keep ;t Fr;t ;nfnr,finn which a nr Hable to roncire. when sickness ' 1 takes tbem and which may prorc invalu - . able from being at band in reason. If yoa take our ndvioo, you will call and get an Aver's- A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 January 1861

Departure of the Star of the West with Stores and Roinforcements. H"ew York, Jan. 7. Tbo steamer Star of the West was chartered by order of General Scott, and tailed tp-day witb 8 full supply of provisions for Major An derson, and two huudrcdand fifty Hient under Lieut. Bartlctt. Sbe will bo in Charleston to morrow, afternoon. OWhy is a dog with a broken log likc.a boy at Arithmetic! Because he puts down tfircc and carries one. THE YEAR 1860. BY THE n.VHD OF THE EASTON I1A1.L OF FASHION. Loudly on the startled ear, Sounds the knell of the parting year; It hna carried in its flight, Joys and sorrows from our sight; JIushed full many a joyous tone, Left full many a hearthstone lone, JIany a heart made glad and bright, Many a grievous wrong made right; Various scenes has man passed through Since the year was young and new. Let us cross awhile the Main Trace (from waxing to its wane,) What in other lands?, than ours, Has annoyed the ruling powers. " First, Italia, "Classic Laudr" In the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 January 1861

CHANGE OF TIME. Winter Arrangement. Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. 05-On and after Monday, Dec. 24th, I860, trains will be run as follows: .Express Passenger Traiiisr MOVING SOUTH. The night express Train east on N. Y. &. .Erie Kailroiid arrives nl Great Bend nl 3:23a. m. connecting with the Express Train leaving Great Bend for New York and Philadelphia at 7 10 a. m. Due at New-Mil ford, 7 28 " 7 48 " 8 11 " 8 29 " 8 53 " 9 09 " 9:40 10:20 " 11:04 " Due at Montrose, - -llopbuttom Nicholson : . : : Factoryville, Abington : : Scranton, -Moscow, - ,, Toby ha una : : Stroudsburg, -Water Gap, Columbia, : : Delaware, (15min. to dine) 12:22 12:36 12:50 1:00 p. m. Hope, (Phila'da. connection) 1;25 Bridgville, - - - - 1:30 Washington. : : 2:03 Junction, - - - - 2:25 New York, - - - 5:20 Philadelphia, - - - 6:50 MOVING NORTH. Passengers from New York, leave Pier No. 2, North River at 7:00, a m. Or foot of Courtlrtnd street at From Phila. leave Kensington Leave Junction, Due...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 January 1861

M" I" UlllMl I Ml l IWIIWMM,, j I I,Vh 11 , J MlWWWtllBtiiilBiiMI Tl? Imi" mi i 1 1 pn llMHM IIWIWI W IB Mil WBIIIM Ml Hill MM M . ' - - iBcvotcb to politics, Ciicraturc, Agriculture, Science, illorality, anh cncral intelligence. VOL 19. STROUDSBURGr, PIONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 17, IS61. NQ. 52. PilbHsIied by Theodore Schoch. I Tne funeral ceremonies were of the TERMS. Two dollars per alinumin advance Two most imposing description. The prooes- roIiTLaI!!!,rVJ,lrtcr' ''"ify'-andir nouiaidbe- 8iOD was five miles long, one hundred mil fore the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. . . , fc "u uuuuc" No pancrsfliscontlnucd until all arrearages ate paid, itary companies in froot, citizens and re- (.enHori and office holder., followed by an one or three insertions, $1(1,0. Each additional inser, arniV of ex-ParsOUS dressed ia Women's Xon,25cents. Longer ones in proportion. ' i ; proport JOS PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, ucare prepared to e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 January 1861

Ijc JScffcrsoiitan. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1861. Secession "War. The rebellious movement ia every day developing itself more plaiuly. The reb els boldly and deBaully plant tberasclvei. at the Federal Capitol, threatening to seize Washington ond the archievc?. or National public records, and, as it were, to turn tho North out of the Union. Vioe President Breckinridge turns out to .be a traitor in full communion with the rebels, be being deluded with tho idea of being tnado Prcfiidcnt of the Southern "Confedcraoy. All the important forts in tho South are in the possession of the rebels, with the exception of five. Tbi stato of things wan brought about tbc traitor Floyd with the erroneous approva of Mr. Buohauan, but of which bo bitter ly repents, and will now allow to be done what can be to maintain tho rest. Tho reinforcements and supplies order ed to Fort Sumpter for .Major Andorson and command, were intercepted in the ohannel of Charleston harbor, when about a mile and three quarter...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 January 1861

JJjGcd. Dis has accepted tho Secre taryship of tbo ireasury mado vacant by the resignation of the disunionist Thomas. He was offered tho War Department, but preferred the Ireasury. Tho oabinot is now a unit against Soceision all the trai tors having withdrawn. Tbo Senate without reference to a Coramitteo ot onco conGrtned the nomination of Gen. Dix. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Female Pills. PROTECTED BY ROYAIi tETTERS PATENT. Preparcdfrom a prcsription of Sir J.Clarke, u n r7....::.. . jii. j-f. j. (jyoiuiuH. j.hu uurumary 10 tlie Queen. rpHIS well known medicine is no imposition, but a jl sure ami s-.ue remeuy tor te.mlu Difficulties nmt Obstruction?, from any cause whatever : and although a powerful remedy, it contains nothing hurtful to the constitution. To married ladies it is peculiarly suited It will, m a" short lime, bring on tho monthly period with regularity. In all cases of Nervous and Spinal A flections, pain in the back and limbs, fatigue on s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 January 1861

CHANGE OF TIME. . Winter Arrangement. Delairari, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. 07 On and after Monday, Dec. 21th, 18G0, trains will be run as follows: JExpre Iiv;nger Tin Ins. MOVING SOUTH. The night express Train east on N.Y. &Erie Railroad arrives at Great Bend at '3:2'3n. m. connecting with the Express Train leaving Great Bend for New York and Philadelphia at 7 10 a. m. Doe at New-Mil ford, - Due at Montrose, - - Hopbottora . Nicholson : : Factoryville, "Ablngton : : . Scranlon, - Moscow, - Tobyhanna : : Stroudsburg, - Water Gap, Columbia, : : Delaware. (15min. todme) 7 2S 7 48 8 11 8 29 853 9 09 9:40 10:29 11:04 12:22 12:36 12:50 1:00 it p. m Hope, (Phila'da. connection) 1;25 Bridirvillc. - - - - 1:30 Washington. : : 2:08 Junction, - 2:25 New York, - - - 5:20 Philadelphia, - ' - 6:50 MOVING NORTH. it u it Passengers from New York, leave Pier No. 2, North River at Or foot ot Courtland street at From Phila. leave Kensington Leave Junction, Due at Washington : Bridgeville...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 January 1861

MWW " MlCTMUmiiBIJillMMMmMn r. IIIHIII. II Mill! II i III..1,jjjjM i ,,L I .Ullll I ll IIMIM.. . III. iT EJ .rTTT 1" " minim jj - --- .- . ., ." i . i il . ---ii i riMiBii inmnrni n uuu-iimm n i i. ,n , t n mnninMlf- ,,. . nm nwn mi ," him r-w Bcvotch to politics, literature, agriculture, Science, Mloxal anb cncxal 3ntclccn VOL 20. STROUDSB URG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY n, mi NO. I. Published hy Theodore Schoeh. TERMS. Two dollars per iinnumin advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year. Two dollars and a hair. No paper discontinued until allarrcaraccsarcpaid, except at Hie opium of the Editoi . lO'AJvortisentenis of one square (ten lines) or less one or three insertions. SI 00. Each uddiiion.il insor, -ton, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. .10 pssfiVTarvG. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, w e arc prepared to execute every do scription of Cartls, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, IJIank Receipts, Justi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 January 1861

;'' ' '' I)C Jcffcvsonian. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 18G1. jtfg- By reference to our advertising columns it will be seen that our late fel low towusmau, G. M. Price, intends re puming the Painting business iu this place about the 1st of April next. Wo take pleasure in recommending him to tho-c who may want work done in hi Hoc. lie is a rood workman, and one who ful ly understands the various branches of hi business. THE REBELLION. Nothing, as yet has transpired to lead us to believe that this rebellion will be settled without an appeal to the Eword. South Carolina's course is still bold and defiant She seems fully determined, to compel the Federal Government to acquiesce in her suicidal and treasonable course, or viodi estc itself by enforcing the laws which this rebellious State hai net at defiaune -Treason got tho start of the Union, by having traitors in Mr. Buchnnan's Cabi net, and she has entrenched herself in the Federal forts, so that it now would re quire on effort to dislodge t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 January 1861

FASHIONS. BY THE BARD OF THE CASTON-HALL OF FASHION. How Btrangely fashions vary, Among us year by year; The forms and customs of ouraime, How odd they must appear To the aged, who remember. And with much pride have told, Oft the times, when they were young and say" The blessed times of old. How would Diojrenes, have stared And mourned, o'er the display Of dainty viands, which bedeck The tables in our day. To see men feast, on "fish and flesh," Fowl, sauces, fruits, and spices, All at one meal; and "top off too" " On sweetmeats, wines, and ices. (Would there were like philoshophcrs, To convey our sons and brothers, And husbands, from such dangers dire, Home to their wives and mothers.) But not in meat and drink alone; In all amusements too, The changes wrought by time, mankind Has serious cause to rue. The fireside pleasures, Winter brings, "Which once were so elating iDven the girls, have cast aside For sledding and for skating. Time was when they found exercise, Performing househo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 January 1861

; CHANGE OF TIME. Winter Arrangement. :Dda-rare, Lackawanna & Western KAIL ROAD. 07 On and after Monday, Dec. 24th, 18G0, trains will be run as follows: Exire Pat'MfSor Trains. MOVING SOUTH. ' The night express Train east on N. Y. & Erie Railroad arrives at Great Bend at 3:23a. m. connecting; with the Express Train leaving Great Bend for New Vork and Philadelphia at 7 10 a. 111. 7 28 " Dae at New-Mil ford, Due at Montrose, - -llupboltom - Nicholson : : . Factory villc, - - . Abington : . : Scranton, -Moscow, -Toby ha una ; : Stroudsbttrg, - -Water Gap, - s Golutuhia, : Delaware, (lomin. to dine) 7 48 8 11 8 20 9 09 9:40 10:29 1 1:04 1 0.00 12:36 12:50 1:00 t u tc p. m. x t it Hop", (Phila'da. connection) 1;25 Bridsvilie, - - - - 1:30 Washington. : : 2:03 Junction, - 2:25 New York, - - - 5:20 Philadelphia, - - - G;50 MOVING NORTH. Passengers from New York, lea?e . Pier No. 2, North Hirer at 7:00, n. m. Or foot of Gourtl.ind street at From Phila. lea re Kensington Leave Juncti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 January 1861

iatstaamasmm .mm, ,LLLi-,,--aujiaiiLiiuuuaa u M 1 1 mamm llllmmm , m . n in n - HicDOtcIr to folitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, illegality, cuii eneral intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 31, iSGi. 0. 2 Published by Theodore Schocli. TERMS. Two dollars per atinumin advance Two doll'irs ami a q-tarter, half yearl)- anil if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars anil a hair. No papers discnriiinued uniil all arrearages aic paid, except at the option of the Editoi. lO" Advertisements of onesquarc (ten lines) or Icss Dne or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional inter, ton, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. PATRIOTIC SPEECH OF THE Kon.JARED CLEMENS, of Virginia, Delivered in the Housoof Representatives, . Jauuarj 22, 1801. ncnt by perpetrating the immortal joke desolate condition, and ita possible fate, oase. Let us-foel, he acid, that vrc have of advising the people of the United States he felt almost ready to close the quick a country...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 January 1861

Sljc Setters o man. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1831. W.m. S. Rees, Esq., Inlo Begistej and Recorder of this County, has been ..,;t,..fl sjnnt fnr i lu Nfu York Life Tn.iiniiA flrttimnnr nttil siKn fti'CUt Oil 1.. lVfAncn irSrrt Tvicurnnnn floJllOHDY Ol tilw J J ll l iOU o.ttv- lllUl Mw J" . Philadelphia. Mr. Rhas opened nn office over Shoe maker's Store, directly opposite the Amer ican Hotel, M-in nrect, Strou'dsburg, Pa. Life Insurance in Tort Sumptcr. Juet before the evacuation of Fort Moultrie, and when an ss-ault upon it was expected by tho whole garrison, au offi ecr of tho United States Army, who had bad his life insured, wrote to the Presi dent of the Company inquiring whether if he fell, his policy vould.be paid to his family. Tbe President replied irumcdi tely, " that although tbe company was not legally liable where the assured fell in battle, yet if he should thus fall now whilst doing his duty gloriously and a bandoned by the government, he neei have no fears but that bis pol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 January 1861

Prothonatory's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given to all person interested that the following account h'as been filed in the office of the Prothon- otarj of the Court of Common PJeas of Monroe County, and will be presented for allowance and confirmation at a Court of Common Pleas to be held at Stroudsburg, in and for said County, on Monday the 25th day of February, nest. The Account of John Merwine, Com mitteo of the Person and Estate, of E phraia Cbristrnan, an habitual drunkard, late of Polk 1 ownhip, deceased. THO. M. McILHANEY, Prothonotary. Stroudsburg, Jan. 31, 18Gl.-4t By virtue of a writ of vcn. ex. de tcrris, to roe directed, issued out of the 'Court of Common Pleas of Monroe coun ty, I will expose to sale at public vendue, on Friday, the 22d day of February next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, nt the public liou.'e of Sundt & Kaehlino.in the Borough of Sfroud.-burg, the follow ing described real estate, to wit : A certain tract or piece of land, with the appurtenance?, s...

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