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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 March 1864

52jK . Stljc Setters oni an, The Senate on Tuesday last con firmed the nomination of Gen. Grant as Tl;ijj--UctJt!ral in the U. S. Bcgular Ar ray j also, of?'111?- M&ide, W. T. Sher ..mau, Oihomas, and ;.?Phcrson as Briga diers iu the Regulars. Gens. PJeasanton smd Warren wero confirmed as Majoi' Gcncrals of Volunteers. JJj3 After enjoying' the mildness of - .Spring during the AY inter month of Fcb--cary, a steady snow Storm gave usa taste of Winter on the first day of March It snosred all day, just as easily and as coolly, as though no respect was due eith ter to time, place or- season. It may in terfere somewhat with early peas, hut as " Ut'fioes not interfere with us we will cn . joy it without fault finding. I ' . ' Palled. ' -An attempt was made in the Rational - Jflousc of Representatives, on Monday by iVlr. Pendleton (d?ta.) of Ohio, to white i wash the character of "i-bat Prince of Trai tors. Vallandirham. but it was a signal j ------ a j failure. A motiou to denounce the...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 March 1864

. - - it Sta mense. r jjiSF-Thc lawyers of Adrian,. Michigan, are on a strike. The people are debat ing whether to give them bigger wages or to live quietly- and starve them out Romaxniiiff in the Post Office, Stroudsburg Pa., March 1, 1861. Anaison, Martha II. Keller, Mary E. Miss Baily, Timothy 2 LaBue, Jas. Bell, J. Lander, Chas. Brubakcr, P. T. Lashaw, Sallie Miss Brandcnslcin, PaulineLaBar, A. J. Esq. Brown Sarah Marsh, John B. Custel, Frank Motzgar, Jos. Comstock, G. W. Moser, And. Dickison, Rev. W.H. 2Miller, Christian Emmons, David 2 Mussr, Henry Frankcnfield, B. Miller, b. Vlnminir. Miss Maria Phinnev, Samuel Fleming, Sophia os . Itittcr, P. A. 3 Felker, Robert Gould, James S. Garrwood, J. S. Heller, Joseph llaghly, Annie E. Hasleni, John Hcim; Thomas Krosge RM. Mrs, Kemeryj Elizabeth Kcyscr, Michael Smith, Elizabeth Mrs. Shultz, John Smith, John Scibcrhcim, Wm. Smoycr, J. II. Stocker, Matilda Miss Smith, Joseph - . Smith, Franklin Zimmerman Catharine Zuber, widow of Cope- ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 March 1864

To Consumptives. Consumptive sufferers will receive a valuable prescription for the cure of Con sumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, and all Throat and Lung affections, (free of charge,") by sending their address to llev. E. A. WILSON, Williamsburgh, Kings Co., IsTcw York, January 21, 1864.-Ct FTpHE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERI JL ENOE OF A NERVOUS INVALID. Published for the benefit and as a caution to vounc men, and others, who suffer from Ner vous Debility, Early Decay, and their kin dred ailments supplying the means of self euro. By one who has cuied himself after b'Miig a victim of misplaced confidence in medical humbug and quackery. By enclo sin" a post-pa'd directed envelope, single copies may be had of the author, Nathaniel iVayfair, Esq., Bedford, Kings County, New York. January 22, 1863,-ly. TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS OF BOTH A Reverend Gentleman having been re Rtnrnrf to health in a few days, after under o-oing all the usual routine and irregnlar expensive modes of treatment without success ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 March 1864

r"inirriiiii THE 2" JDcuotci ta politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralilij, au& eueral intelligence. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MARCH 10, 1864. VOL. 23. NO. 3' TTTi T7 IMI el JJ n Published by Theodore Schoch. TE RMS-Two dollars a year in advance and lino1 - . , . L .i n.i tUn ..fir in.n f1n11rs and twen ; UM chVii:",,"-w .. l iv..,r.,t.mfti nit nrrptnircs are mud, iNopu u.sou m,, ..... .. o lO-Alvcrtiscmcnts of one square of (ten tessfoneor three insertions.! 00. Ea.-h additional cciiiaiiui.HU....- ,.,.. insertion, 2. cents. monger oiica m iii'"" JOB PRISTISC, OF ALL KINDS, Executed in the highest style of the Art. and on th, most rctison ible terms. From the Columbia Republican. LIFE. BY LOTTIE Ii What is this life 1 that all do crave A long life here below, The journey to the tomb is said, - 'Tis nought but grief and woe. And what is life? that I should live; "Life's but an empty dream The charms of earth, 1 find are false, They are not what they seem. uA whu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 March 1864

to r 1 bctrayod him, aud .led him totvards Uooehlaud iustead of to Richmond, and on Tuesday morning he found himself miles in just the opposite directum from that, which he wished to take. The negro was promptly liung for his baseness. Exasperated by this treache ry, the men burned the barus and out- fuildings of.Johu A. Seddcn, rebel Sec- vetrry of Aar, and it is perhaps fortu nate that the gentleman himself was not present. Retracing his steps, Colonel Dahlgrcn inarched down the river road, destroying the Dover Elour Mills, several private flouring establishments and saw-mills. J lis force also did considerable injury to the James River Canal, burning canal boats and seriously damaging one or two locks. They did not reach the immediate vicinity of Richmond till aftcrnoou, when everybody was on the alert, Kilpatrick haviug already made his attack. Colonel Dahlgren's detachment was di vided into several parties, for the accom plishment of different objects, keeping together, however...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 March 1864

MARCH. March entered Time's course, In Eighteen Sixty-Four, Not as usual he does, With a frisk and a roar. Capricious and blustering', With all sorts of weather, In one day, (by. his fitful mood), Jumbled together. One moment with southern breeze, Calling buds forth ; Next driving them back ""With rude blasts from the north. But dropping with gentleness In vale and on height, A soft evon covering Of pure, spotiess white. Winter, loath to depart, O'er thy pathway will fling In displeasure, some storms, March, Birthday of Spring. But wc know grass and flow'rets Will soon deck the plain, And groves with birds' warbling.", Re-echo again. Thy advent, bold Martins, They too greet with smiles Wiio'rc cxpecticg Spring Fashions To be brought forth by Pylc. Pvli: has just received a large and splen did stock of goods for the Spring trade, which nil should cail and examine before making their selections elewhere. Always on hand llcady Made Clothing of the latest and most fashionable style. Cal...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 March 1864

BUS gfl , j ... .. k2 ifl 1 63 2 V-!V U Hsfc7 Iljuuiuuig in the Post Office, Stroudsburg Pu., March 1, 1864. Auat Martha 11. Keller", Mary E.; Miss ly Timothy 2 " LaBue, Jas. J3e:l, J. ', Lander, Chas. BrwImfeeiyF. T. Uehaw, Sallic Miss 'iSBWe'wrtok1 PairiincLaBar, A. J. Esq. Brown SftKih Marsh, John 13. Cartel, Frank Mctzgar, Jos. Corostock. 0. W. Moser, And. Dickifon, Kev.W.II. 2Miller, Christian "Kromons, David 0 Muss-r, Henry 2 Fmiikenfield, B. Miller, S. Fleming. Miss Maria Phihncy, Samuel S3 XT&i3$KBf?s' M02sTl0E COUNTY - mutual Fire Insurance Coropauji STABLIS?J!ED 1814, CHARTER PERPETUAL. ADVERTISEMENT OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN ! . ,t T .1 l-ntnA li.r AN INQUIRY. What is your System the Steihescope. All examinations free.- nfPraoiiMl Are vou a BOTAmO or iUo,i;m r.hnrn-o for treatment per montn,- DIAN DOCTOR ? Terms cash. The afflicted poor at ail tims liberally- considered. A T1 a T1 . 71 r Tk Ml'. S. Will IC ill llie ai inmiiwoi uimusjiiugi..!;! i oukb INDIAN QUEEN HOTEL, 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 March 1864

9b 3 PER t ft fttr 'mm- en . MS SIcuDlcJr tcr politics, literature, agriculture, Science, JBcralitg, aui cncml- intelligence; VOL. 23. STROUDSBURGr, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MARCH !7, ml NO. 4- THE TT?T? SONIAN 'Published by Theodore Schocht T E R MS T wo doll a rs a y ea r i n ad vance and i f no1 Said before the end of the year, lv o dollars and twen fr-fivc cts. will be charged. PI O pJipCl U15CUIIUIIUCU HIIH 1 l I ill I vui u(,vo I axceptat the option of the Editor. THE PERSEVERING- BACHELOR Mr. Peter Robison was a bachelor, stout and almost forty. Peter had never loved but once, and the adoration of his heart had been bestowed upon Miss Lucy Pop- I ID-Advertisements of one square of (ten 1 incs lor , , fa j , petcJ. fajjcd tQ QX i.ss, one or three insertions, 1 00. Each auuiuon.ii , i ; naertion, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion press his passion at the proper moment ; or, in other words, had failed to come to JOB PR-IXTffG, time, and one day his heart was lacerated 1 1 fl of all ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 March 1864

;,Wii;rt7io si i iwwii.ir.i el)c Icffcv5onian, SHUKSDAY, KAECH17, 1864. (tThc'Senatc of Pennsylvania has pass ed a bill making the term of Constables five yea rs. iustcad of one, as heretofore. In view jf the passage of such a law, it behooves the people., to look well to the character and qualifications of the men they elect to that office. OCrAt a donation given a short time since, by the friends of the Rev4. James Wilk, at the house of Samuel Case, in Naglesville, , the silm of $113 was given as a mark of - ' friendship and esteem they entertained for him during his stay with them, .at that placei The n flair went off pleasantly, and great! v to the Satisfaction of o.ll present. Removal. , Wc are pleased to see that Mr. Peter Born, the better to accommodate his increa sing custom, has removed to more conveni ent and commodious quarters. Peter is a very Prince of good barbers, and persons tax ing histonsorial qualities, will be sure to find themscl ves neatly, expeditiously and ea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 March 1864

tjWALLOW two or three hogsheads of u "uuenu, "-ionic Hitters, "arsapanl- la, "Nervous Antidotes," &c, &c, &c, and after you are satisfied with the result, then try one box of Old Doctor BuchaiVs Eng lish Specific Pills and be restored to health and vigor m less than thirty days. They are purely vegetable, pleasant to take, promnt and salutary in tneir cnects on the broken down and shattered constitution. Old and young can take them with advantage. Im ported and sold in the United States only by JAS. S: BUTLER, Station D. Rible House, New York, General Agent 1 S. A box- sent to any address on re ceipt of price which is One Dollar post free. March 17, 1864.-3m. COM M UN I CAT ED . Pulmonary Consumption a Curable Dis- ease ! : ! A CARD. CONSUMPTIVES. TO The undersigned having been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple rem edy, after havingsuffereu several years with a severe lung'afiection, and that dread di sease Consumption is anxious to make known to his fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 March 1864

mimmi beug store. DHE1IER & J3R0THEH, ' (Successors to Durling &, Boys) Respectfully notify the public, that hav ! - t 1 1 . ' . 1 "Jj . p . e csuibiisument, they wuj-con nue ine urug and Medicine busi- ijCSS, at Hie Old stand. Tin dim,-. n ;rtT i . . dious, ana is fitted un with evGrvconvnnieno.p. loathe dispatch of business and the accommo dation of customers. Havfugmade large ad ditions to theiralready largestock of I)rugs3 Med iehicSj Perfumery, &c, purchased with a view to theac- 1 ti M la tion ot the new tax and tariff laws, they are prepared to offer v-srtj i,.,;,. 4- i HEADER, if you want pure, fresh Drugs and Medi cines, call on Dreher & Brother. Ifyou want first quality Paints, Oils and Difc Stuffs, call on Dreher & Brother. lfyou want Perfumery, in almost endless variety, call on Dreher & Brother. If you want Lamps and pure, safe and cheap Burning Oils, call on 1 . Dreher &, Brother. If you want any of the most popular Pat - enf Medicines, or t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 March 1864

Si 1 SJcuoicrj to Jpolitics, literature, "SlgvicuItutCi Science, JKoraliig, aub crural Intelligence. frOL. 23. ; STROUDSBURG. MONROE COUNTY, PA, MARCH 24, 1864. NO. i Published by Theodore Schochi I .-'TERM-? Two dollars a yrurin advance and if no1 jj.1id bef.1rc the end nfthe year, two dollars and tweir t y-fivc cts. will be charged. So p iper diErt-.iatinuel "until all arreaiages hrbpaid, exempt at the option ofthe Editor. 117 Advertisements of one square of (ten lines) or ess, one or three insertions. SI 00. Each auumonai nserlion, 25 cents. Longer ones in propoition. JOB PRINTING, OF fati KINDS, Kiecuted in lhtl'and on th ; THE CALICO CLOAK. ''Have you seen the new scholar ?" ask cd Mary Lark, a girl ot twelve o years, as she rati o meet a group cd Mary JrK, a gin oi iwcivc or lourieeu . - 1 . 1 i to meet a group or scnooi- mates who were coming towards the schol- liousc : "she cuts the most comical look- ! (ing figure j'ou ever saw. Her cloak is out of calico, and her shoes arc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 March 1864

. JriLitfid said.Voiuhteeva.by. the county au """" thntics in which said.. anl: towrishinS; fcitio- nr boroughs arc .located : -dtid thp its iu tvHteh said V;,rti county coimmsMoner townships, cams or tforoughs are located fcnali asS(sss,;!Vy and collect bx on such ifcraiilt;g Ward, towriips, cities or bo- fvw'i lacs are cv n mi -1 TTjri'i'itfrSSirtliiiJW rn tnc balucc due the volunteers as afore- Or horousih. Skc. 10. That the money so borrowed )y the county commissioners, shall be iuiu uvcr to i no treasurer or tue proper vauv, who snail proceed to pay to each lion-c&imnissioncd officer or private soldier who volunteered from sucli county and .has been mustered iuto the service of the Tniled Staies, or has been honorably dis charged therefrom, the sum of money to vJiicJi. suc-u jcrsoii shall be entitled un L "dcr ine pfovisi&ns of this act, on the war Tani or oixior or me commissions drawn on him for that purpose; and said trcas ureriall not receive more than one-half ol o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 March 1864

"L.'JCJ WALLOW two or three nogsneaas oil lewis d. Buchu," ,4Tonic Bitters," "Sarsaparil QEOROE D. STROUDf la," '"Nervous Antidotes," &c, &c, &c, and afterivo are satisfied with the result, the try one box of Old Doctor Buchan's Eng iish Specific Pills and be restored to health and vigor in less than thirty days. They are purely vegetable, pleasant to take, prompt and salutary in their effects on the broken- down-and shattered constitution. Old and A-ounff can take them with advantage. Im ported and sold in the United States only by JAS. S. BUTLER, Station D. Bible House, New York, General P. S. A box sent to any address on re ceipt of price which is One Dollar post free. March 17, 1864.-3m. vAib: TAIL and STROUD. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Have removed their Office to No. 703 San bo m Stteet, Maich 17, 1864 Philadelphia Ajrent. USE NO OTHER I BuchaiVs Specif c Pills are the only Reliable Remedy for all diseases of the Seminal, Urinary and Ner vous Systems. 1 ry one box, and be c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 March 1864

'TREASURER'S-SALE In Monroe County. frolice is hereby criven. that ajrreeiihlv fin Act of General Assembly of the Common wealth of Pen nsylvama, passed the 13th day oilmen, J mo, entitled an "Act io amend Ue act entitled an act directing the mode selling Unseated Lands for ta.ves and for blh tr purtoses, and of an Act passed the 15th nay or March, isl, a iurther supplement "an An o"jimcni the net entitled an act .rauting thft moJe of selling. Unseated Lands :rtjirxcs and other purposely the act of Gcn- erI Atftfeml.lv passed the 9th day of March m tfie.yrar ofour Lord 1847, entitled an in rein tion to the sales pfUnseatcd Lands in tho "stf.voral counties of this Commonwealth, the following tracts of land will he sold at jiubhc Vendue on the 13th day of June, being we . Stjcujse! iSjet;sy of .Ii:c Kcst al trie - Court House in Stroutlsburg, in " county of "Monroe, for arrearages of due, and the costs acci ueii on each lot pectively. For Years 1SG2 audl5G3. No. Warrantee. Atres. Per. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 March 1864

THE J EFFERSONI A N - 4 (MV-" jr- JOcwfei tn fltoliticB, Cifcrctture, Agriculture, Science, Jttorciliiij, aui cncral Intelligence. Vol. 2s. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MARCH 31, 1864. NO. it Published by Theodore Schoch tTBRM3-Tvodollarsayearinndvance-nndifnot f rfi?cs lw dLlars and uven No paper discontinued until all j nrrcaiages arc paid, gxceptaithe.optionorthe Editor. 4i IE? 'Advertisements ofone square of ten lines) or less, one or three insertions. 1 00. Each additional insertion, OS cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, , of all kinds, Executed in J11' on th THE LAST CHARGE. Now. rridrl of the North, will you join in the , striie For country, for freedom,, for honor, for life? The giant grows blind in his fury and spite One blow on his forehead will settle the fight! , Flash full in his eyes the blue lightning of steel, And stun him with cannon-balls, peal upon peat ! Mount troopers, and follow your "game to its lajr, As the hound-tracks the wolf, and the eagle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 March 1864

J As. SIjc 3cffciscnian, Thursday "march 31, 1864. notice. Wc have been roquestedi by Mr. B. P. Ja cob', the accomplished propriotbrof the Sky light Photograph Gallery, in this borough, to notify the public, that in order to enable him to cleanse and refit bis room, no pictures will bo taken at his establishment on 'Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday next April 4th, 5th and Gth. After the Gth he will be pre -pared to take pictures with increased facili ties for giving satisfaction to his patrons. Concert. We learn with satisfaction that a Concert is in store fof the lovers of music. Wednesday evening the 13th of April, is the time fixed upon, and M. Church, the place at which it .will be held. The arrangements are in respectable hands and we may safely antici pate a very enjoyable entertainment. The featurcof the concert will be a solo singer from Philadelphia, Miss Vaillant, a. friend of Rev. T. 'Ileilig, who has kindly consented to assist on the occasion. The Concert will be given und...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 March 1864

' TREASURER'S SALE OF Unseated Lands In Monroe County. Notice ts hereby given,jthat agreeably to fen Act of "General Assembly of the Common wealth of Pennsylvania, passed the 13th day bf March, 3815, entitled an "Act to amend the act entitled an act directing the mode of belling Unseated Lands for taxes and for oth er purposes, and of an Act passed the 13th Bay of March, 1S17, a further supplement to an Act to amend the act entitled an act di recting the mode of selling Unseated Lands for taxes and other purposes by the act of Gen eral Assembly passed the 9th day of March n the year of our Lon! 1347. entitled an act n relation to the sales of Unseated Lands in he several counties of this Commonwealth, he following tracts of land will be solil at mblic vendue on the 13lh day of Juno, being he ' ' fcfcfcend Monday or Juuc NctU at the Court House In Stroudaburg, in the county of Monroe, for arrearages of taxes tlue, and the costs accrued on each lot res pectively. For Years 1862 and 18...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 March 1864

TrcnSiirr's Notice : of Sale of Seated Lands Por Arrearages of Taxes. Thy following is a list of Taxes on Seated ne?smnli?, is rturned by th ('nllfctor. f.r the several Townships for 1862 and 186H. which lands willbe sold attheCourt Hoi se in t to Borough of StroudsHur.', n the l'.Uu day of June, "next, acreeably to the 41st faction of the Act of 19th April, A. D. 1343, which provides for the collection oi Tuxes. Barottjjli of Slrotidsbiirff. Armies. Property. AlcCann, Irene one town lot. Gordon, Abncryone town lot, llmeline, Jacob B. one town lot, Kresjre, Joel one town lot. Murr.iy, James one town lot Shafer, Jacob one town lot - Taxes. 8 ' 1 3 71 2 4 C0 N3 75 6(1 2 62 Smiley, Charles one town lot SJcellonRiibert one town lot y t. - 14 Williams, Joel one town- lot x Barrett. Dimmiclc, M. M. 204 hexes Lunar, Lewis 100 acres Wilson, James S. 25 acres Coolbangh, Gainca &. Mead, 800 acres Clicfttitttliill, Jrl md, Amos 39 acres Gearhart, Edwm P. 120 acres Kdmonds, Charles 5 acres ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 April 1864

JEFFERSONIAN. jr. Hlcuotci to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, itloralitt), anb eueral Jntelliggice.. VOL; 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. APRIL 7, 1864. NO. 7. THE 3L Published by Theodore ScIlOCllt j failed, as fail it must, a stream of migra- TERMS Two dollarsa year in advance and if no J tiori will set from the North to South i" 1 llafc will solve this vexed question forev- No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, er. I am for giving them Western Tex -excentat the option of the Editor. i , i -R j .1 ,,1, IT7 Advertisements of one square of (ten lino.) or ?.S to, be?m tn and lC ff l tlie Pub: less, one or three insertions. $1 00. Each additional lie lands therein Ullder the iiomesteaa ioertion, 2o cents. Longer ones in proportton. J jaw jf othcrs caQ do bettcr for tjienij I j will be happy learn and co-operate. Mr. JOB PRINTING, .'Lincoln is irrevocably committed to the OP All KINDS, L,i; P ,:; n.l ormi'no- th , Executed in the highest ftyle of the Art,...

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