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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 December 1864

$Ll)c 3cffctsoniem, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1864.. Donation. Monroe Corner, Nov. 28, 18G4. A donation visit. God willing, Vill be made at the Parsonage, to Rev. 11. Van Syckle, Pastor of Mashall Creek Charge, on Thursday, Dec. 15th. A cordial in riUtion is extended to all. If the above day should prove stormy, it will be the first fair day. Com. o Donation. A donation will be given the. Rev. William Fisher, of the Cherry Valley circuit, at his residence, on Sand Hill, near Fennersville, on Thursday, the 15th of December, inst. The public are cor dially invited to attend. fr- The enrollment Board is now in Session at the Court House in this bo rough, and all hands appear to be busy as nailers. The .session will continue here about two weeks. The meeting of the Board makes quite a lively time in our borough. 03-Samuel L. Cooley, Eeq., a lawyer and politician of some note, died at Easton, on Thursday last, aged 39 years. Mr. C at the time of hie death, was rapidly rising in his professio...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 December 1864

Sheriff's Sale n- .Unn nf ft writ of VCD. eX. tic 1 ter- tis to mc directed, issued out of the Court of Pommon Pleas of Monroe umuiy, ui A- pose to sale, at pumic veunu.. Saturday, tlie 10th of December, t t o nV.loek in the afternoon, at the Court House, in the borough of Stroudsburg, the following described real estate, to wit : A certain tract or piece of land situate in Chesnuthill township, in said Uounty, con taining Thirty-Eight Acres, and twenty perches, all cleared. The ira provements are one two story Plank House, BE EE 28 bv 32 feet, one stable 20 by 16 feet, ad joining lands of John Flyte, Edward Wag oner. Godfrey Walter and Jtelix btorm. A lot of fruit trees on the same. A well of wa ter nesr the door, and the Wilkesbarre turn pike passes along the same. Seized and taken in execution as the prop rtf of Charles Altemose, and to be sold by Kie tor cash. L1NFORD MARSH, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Stroudsburg, Nov. 24, 1864. Sheriff's Sale. By virtueof a writ of ven. ex. de"...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 December 1864

Brown & Keller DEALERS IN Checks, Watches, Jewelry, Sifter Ware, Plated Ware, Books, Stationery, Wall Taper, Notions, &c, &c. 'They have recenllv purchased "MEL- JCJTS OLD STANDS' and with increased facilities for business, and a determination to pleuse. feel inslified in aakinnr thP Pnn tinned patronage of the old customers of this estnblishment. In constant communication wiih Importers in New York and Phily marniA, and in possesion of piculiar ad vantages in lhi& respect, tliey are prepared lo ell CLOCKS, WATCHES & JEW ELRY, of superior make and fituMi as well alsti as of cheaper character, at remarkably IUV I ill us. They nlso keep constanily on hand the best quality of Silver and Plated War-, Tea Spoons, Cas tors, Spectacles, Razors, Pen knives, Scissors, and all sorts of Cutlery, Toys of all hinds. Childrens Carriages, Bird cages, Ftshing Tackle, Baskets, Guns and Pistols, Lamps of all kinds and fixtures; stupcrtor Sctctng Machines, Clothes Wringers, School ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 December 1864

" "T!!:- ' .nMiiiBei i ilmnnii mi in ff,ftlM;lnm i mull 1 mtR ' , rj aV.jir.nnf n I i mn iiTiiKtiTWiwimiii jhu,! - . r kiwih... i., nV -ffii'ii i n - , . . - THE JEPFERSONIAK , -4Cni j ' T-i Hcuoicb ta politics, literature, Agriculture, 3 timet, JBoralitij, au& qusvai intelligence. VOL. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER 1864. KO.43,' PirfilfcilPd bv TliCOorC ScliCfll. T"! Twodoiiisn rear n, advnnce-and if no I .Vl",t o"r th, i-u.mo dollars ami liifv tNoV"1 Sr dtSnued until nil arrearages are paid, oxMtethe option of Hie Editor. il'u'rccStuo fa.ertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. , . -- - -- JOS PRfNTIXG, OF ALL KINDS, Axtated 1b the highest style of Hie Art, and on the most reasonable terms, jfc'jyL-U 1 '" "" : PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE, Fclloic Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives : Again tlie blessings of health and abundant harvests claim our profoundest gratitude to Almighty God. The condition of our foreign afiaira is reasonably satisfactory. Mexico...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 December 1864

possession exhaustion ; that we are gath ering strength, aud niay;if need he, iriain taiu'the contest indefinitely. This, as to men. Natural resources are now mpre com plete and ahundant than ever. The na tional resources, then, are unexhauste'd, aud, as we believe, inexhaustible. The public purpose to reestablish and main tain the uatinnal authority is unchanged, aud, as we believe, unchangeable. The manuer of continuing-tho effort remains to choose. On careful consideration of ull the evidence accessible, it seems to me that no attempt at negotiation with the insurgent leader could result in any good. He would accent of nothing short of the severance of the Union. His declara tions to effect are explicit and oft-repeated. He does not attempt to deceive us. He affords us no excuse to deceive ourselves. We cannot Toluntarily yield it. Between him and us the issue is distinct, simple and inflexible. It is an issue which can only be tried by war, and decided by vic- lf we yield, we ar...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 December 1864

Sheriff's Sale. Br virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas, issued out of the Gourt of Common. Pleas oi Luzerne county, I will expose to public ven due or outcry on ' Saturday the 31st day of Eecemlcr, inst at 10 o'clock in. the forenoon, at the Court House in the borough of Wilkesbarre, th following described property, viz : All the right, title and interest of Jay Gould in all the following described piece, parcel or tract of land situate partly in Bucli township, Luzerne County, and partly m Coolbaugh township, in Monroe Oounty, ana State of Pennsylvania, bounded and uescri bed as follows: Bejrinnimr at a corner h the middle of the Lehigh river, thence by land of Joseph Fenner, Lynford Marsh and Thomas T. Miller, in Luzerne county north seven and one-half degrees west ninety-eight perches to a stone corner, thence north forty degrees east seventy-seven perches to a stake corner, thence by Brown's land south fifty degrees east one hundred and thirty perches to said Letiign river, t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 December 1864

Brown & Keller DEALERS IN Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Sifter Ware, Plated ware, books, StaHosery, W&If Taper, Motions, &c, &Ct They hate rrcentlr nurcbased "MEL ICICS OLD STAND," and ilh increased facilities for bireim., and a determination to plcHjr, f-el josuficn m .kinjr the con tinued patron? of the old customers o! this Rstablidhmnii. In eon.-t.Mnt communication willi Importer in New York nnd Prilt dklpiua, rA in r"wcl of jMCulwr ad vantage in th's; roprct, They nre prepared to CLOCKS, WATCHES &. JEW ELRY oi superior make and finirh as well aleo as of cheaper character, at remarkably low rales. Tliey Ibo keep constantly on hnd the best quality of Silver and Plated War", Tea Spoons, Cas tors, Spectacles, Razors, Penknives, Scissors, and all sorts of Cutlery; Toys of all hinds, Cliildrcns Carriages, Bird cages, Fishing Tackle, Baskets, Guns and Pistols, Lamjts of alt binds and Fixtures; Superior Sewing Zi Machines, Clothes Wringers, School Books, Miscellaneous a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 December 1864

ft. JDcuaici ta jpolitirs, literature, Agriculture, Science, iMoraliii), aui CSencraluteJIigeuce. Hi VOL.23. STEOUDSBUEG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER ii9 1864. Published by Theodore Schoeli. A Story of General Sherman. Tf ujTnwiniiarsa vcar in advance and if no ! J-"e xaiuinor oupper tens me ionow- rii rtJjnIr thc ycaJ' two d0,Iars and f,tfy ig : "A distiuguished official who was ,lNapcr discontinued until nil arrcatages arc paid, lately at the head-quarters of General 'n&l&i0itot (eight i.ne.i or Sherman, gives the following anecdote of li,onor three insertions $i so. Each additional , the latter, in the necessity under whieh itrtin. 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. ' i.r r j x l 7 t J vvi A 11 JUUUjguti J H , LCI I'll i u OF ALL KIXD8, j (sttei im the highest style of the Arl.andonthe, nost reaiomble terms. t was evacuated by tho citizens. Waiting ua our menu says : "Row On." "For the first five years of my profes sional life," once said a gentleman to us, "I had to ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 December 1864

SI)C Scffevsonicm, THFSSDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1864. Donation. There will be a donation visit at the "Luthern Parsonage, in Hamilton on the 3d day of Jan. 1S65. The publie is most respectfully invited to attond. A nest of draft resistors and 'deserters in Clearfield County, Penn., was brokeu up on the 12th iusr. One Union soldier was shot, and the ringleader of the deser ters was killed. Gen. .Tames W. Nye has been elected one of the United States Senators Train the new State of Nevada. Mr. William 31. Stewart is his Senatorial colleague. Jlr. Nye was appointed by President Lin coln Governor of the Territory of Icvada and held that positioa until the inaugura tion of the State "Gevcrnuient. &rl ttfesdl has replied to the mani Tc&i Kit the Rebel Commissioners that the Government of Great Britain is equally friendly to the "Northern and Southern States, of the formerly uuited Republic of North America," and will contiuue to ob serre the strictest neutrality. Sebel Preachers. Under ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 December 1864

Bt!,'Jl JurBist--Dec. T-U864. ' GRANJ) JURY. Barrett George Gr. Shafer. Chrsnulhitl -Charles Hainey, Jacob PorshirSetf - ' - JlamiitoiiJj clutter, . Jacob Ruth, Miclwcl Super. Philip Mokeller, Abraham Dulis. L . .... ... , T -T 7 T TM Mutate smxtnjicia james nace. Paradise James "Wilson. Polk Aaron Heiney, John Kunkel. Price William Cyphers. Ross Jacob Stucker. Smitlificld J.Depue'Labar, Valentine tVeavcr. St foiiil Godfrey jtfosicr, John Kern, William Smiley, John Ediugcr, Lorenzo Drake Stroudslurg Jacob Michaels Alel fcHbir Smith, William Fine. . PETIT JURORS. Ghcsn ulliill J ohu Kresge Harrison Snyder. Eldred Jacob Fehr, Henry Smith. Hkmxlton George Van Iuskirk, Wil liam Miller, John Shifter, Joseph Kua ile,,Siraon Storm, Christopher Bittcuben jler, Charles J. Miller, Philip Smith Thomas E. Ilellcr. .Middle Smitlificld Levi Hoffman, Ja ttb Bush. Paradise James Kintz Charles TI II- gert. Pocono Jacob Learn, G eorgc Trausue, Charles Brown. fiolkVtiev Keller, William Serf,. Ross Jos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 December 1864

Brown & Keller DEALERS IN nocks, Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Plated Ware, hooks, Stationery, Wall Paper, Notions, &c.j &c. ' Thev have rcccr.tlv pnrcliased "MEL ICR'S OLD STAND," and with increased facilities fur busings, and a determination to nlense. fee! justified in asking the con tinucd patronage of the old customers of this nslablishnicnt. In constant comtnunicaiioii with Importers in New York and Philv- dulpjiia, and in possession of peculiar ad vantages in this respect, they are prepared to sell CLOCKS, WATCHES to JEW ELRY, of superior make and fin Mi as well also as of cheaper character, at remarkably low rates. They also keep constantly on hand the best quality of Silver and Plated Ware, Tea Spoons, Cas- lors, Spectacles, Razors, Fcn-knivcs, Scissors, and all sorts of Cutlery ; Toys of all kinds, Childrcns Carriages, Bird cages, Fishing Tackle, Baskets, Guns and Pistols, Lamps of nil kinds and Fixtures; Superior Sewing Machines, Clothes Wringers, School Book...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 January 1865

i i I T HE JKFFHRS MAN. - ff '"L'JULJ . . . u inn. SSSS5S5SSS??MMMiMtimiiMMBi - H-- .... ..- IDcuotcir ta JpoIiticB, Citerfttutc, Agriculture, Science iHovaliij), aub eucva. intelligence. VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. J iNUARY 5, 18G5, w it KO."4fc Published by Theodore Schoch. TERf3-Two dollars a year inudvance and if no iid before the end of the ycai, two dollars and fitfy cts. will be charged. N paper discontinued until all nrreaiagcs are paid, except at the option of the Editor. IE7 Advertisements of one square of (eight lines) or Un, on or three insertions $1 50. Each additional Usertivn, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, ftiMited Ik the highest style of the Art. and on the most reason-ible terms. "BOW IS GOLD T0-DAY;?" 'There was a tf me when if we met A friend upott the street, He talked on comniou iheuics the nar, J The cold, or else the heat, And took an interest in one's health: That time has passed away, Now, no one asks how we do...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 January 1865

Mil fcl l Ml M . !)c Mfcrsouiau, I? :HTTESDAY. J ANITARY.5, 1865. JB-Thc CTth Regiment, P. Y., with Shcrridan in the Shenandoah Valley, du- riughis brilliant achievements there, arc CD ' now with Grant in front of Petersburg. - lEj'Tc Milford Jlorald h beginning to cast about fo'na successor for Judge UJarrett, whoso term of service will soon -expire. How would friend Cotter like the position ? Mr. Salmon P. Chase has taken his seat on the bench of the Supreme Court of the United States as Chief Justice. This is one of those events which mark the revolution of opinion in nations. Let the frionds of liberty and of a restored repub lic take courage and press forward. Thanks. Our carrier requests us to tender his sincere thanks to the Patrons of the Jef fersouian, for the liberal manner in which they responded to his good wishes on Sat urday last. From the. way iu which he carries his head, he evidently feels him self a capitalist. 2" The Wayne Co. JTcraM, under stands "that there is a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 January 1865

Quaker Justice. .The ."Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette tells the following story : Gen: Schenck's resolution, just introdu ced in the House, making runaways from fhe draft, who have gone to Canada, aliens, and requiring them to be. natura lized before they can again exercise the rights of citizenship, is good but old. Congress will undoubtedly enact the law, but a decision in advance has already been given by competent authority. "Thee has no right toj vote," said a good old Quaker Judge of Election in Warren county, Ohio, to a would-be vo ter at the late election. "What do you mean?" stormed the 'astounded devotee of the "Great Un ready ?"r "1 mean thee is not a voter; thee is hot a citizen of this State." "Why, you old fool, I was born in this 'county, and have lived here all my life, -aua mere a uouooy Knows it better tlian rou v "Thee is mistaken, my friend. Thee was born here, it is true I knew thy father before thee, and a good man he was: I little thought h...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 January 1865

Brown & Killer DEALERS IN Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, SHier Ware, Plated Ware, Books, Stationery, & Paper, Notions, &c, &c They have recently purchased "MEL- ICICS OLD STAND, and with increased facilities for business, and a determination to please, leei justified in asking the con tinucd patronage of thn old cus-tomers o thi. establishment. In con-tani coiiiiiiunic tion Willi Importers in Nkw York und Philt- Delphia. -nfl in nnj.Mf-ioii ot oicnli.ir nd- VHiilafs in this rrspt-rt. thev nre prepared to sell CLOCKS. WATCHES & JEW ELRY, ol superior make und tiuirh as well also an ot cheaper character, at remarkably low rates. They alno keep constantly on hond the best quality of Silver and Plated War". Tea Spoons, Cas tors, Spectacles. Razors, Pen knives, Scissors, and all sorts of Cutlery, Toys of all kinds, Childrcns Carriages, Bird cages, Fishitig Tackle. Baskets, Guns and Pistols, Lamps of all kinds and Fixtures; Superior Sewing Machines. Clothes Wringers, School ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1865

? - - , THE JEFFERSONI AN WcvoUb to politics, literature, mgrtculture, Science, jnoialtiu, aub encral Intelligence. as iS in. VOL. 23; Published by Theodore ScIlOch. (man found herself with a caved bonnet, .TERM3-Two dollars a year in ndvance-aml If no Sitting in the middle of a mud puddle, fcKnibVcrg?df theyc,u'lw0 dolIa"andfiify and the horse was flying home in a cloud N paper discontinued until all arrcatages are paid. ' of dust. x&tiXitoJStr ceightimoor1 Beri7 lked the remainder of the dis IiH, omor three insertions $t so. Each additional tance, and that night the horse was sent Urti.n.SOcents. Longeroninpropo.Uun. JdoWQ tQ b;m fromb pinkhams MthQT jfc JOop AIIKG, i 1J"o, Pinckham was greatly ela SiateiU the highest style or the Art, and onthe! leCl Wltn ,us cow Which was a UCry hand most icasoritbie terms. some animal, a deep red, with a white A Pair Trade. "Get a new beast there. haiut you, Jake V "Yes the best horse I ever owned." "She ? - Don't look very remarkable, 'spo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1865

fciir pecple, nod the mosfcntrccious frauds' connected with the system have become common. The ineu of some of the poor er counties have been nearly exhausted by their volunteers being credited to richer localities paying heavier bounties. The system, as practiced, lowers the Hinrnlc ot the arinv ltscIF. bv nutting in- r - v t w to the ranks men actuated by merely mercenary motives', aud who arc tempted to desert by the facility of escaping de tection, and the prospect of newgaius by re enlistment, a process which they expect in hi nhle to rencat an iudeliuite number nF tinis. Of iho number of men for whom have been paid, it is believed that not one fourth have been actually r.ld in the ranks ot the army, aud even thoso who have joined it have probably not on an average received for their own use one-half of the bounty paid for them Immeuso sums have thus been appropria ted bv cheats and swindlers, in many ca ses believed to he actiug in complicity with ajrents of the Government. An...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1865

i 1 t ' - v - 'Ayre's Ague irc. TOR THE SPEEDY CURE OP Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague Remittent Fever. Cliill Fever, Dumb Aauc. Periodical Headache or Billions Headache, and Billions Fevers, indeed for the -wlioleclass of diseases onqina ting in liliary derangement, caused by the Malaria oj miasmatic countries. Fever and Ague is not the only conse quence of the miasmetic poison. A great variety of disorders arise from its irritation in malarious districts, among which are JNeu ralffia, Rheumatism. GouL Headache, Blind ness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma Palpitation, Painful Affection of the Spine Hysterics, Pain in the Howeis, l,ohc, jrara lysis, and Derangement of the Stomach, al of which, when originating in this cause put on the intermittent type, or become periodi cal. This "Cure" expels the poison from the blood, and thus cures them all alike. It Js not only the most effectual remedy ever discovered for this class of complaints, but it is the cheapest and raoreovor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1865

1 U rt DEALEKS IN Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Plated Ware, Books, Stationery, Wall Paper, Notions, &c, &c Thnv havo rccenllr purchased "MEL JCICS OLD STAND." and with increased '.icihh.ia U.r busing nnd a determination in ple-.se. fc-ei justified m asking the con i.nucd wtromigu of the old customers ol thw neiablislimeiit. In com-lant communication with Importers in New York and Puily dklpiiia, and in possession of peculiar ad vnntatfvs in this respfct. hey are prepared to .-ell CLOCKS. WATCHES &. JEW ELR Y, ot superior make and finifh as well al.su as ol draper character, at remarkably low rales. , They also keep constantly on fund the beM quiil it' of Silver and Plated War", Tea Spoons, Cas tors, Spectacles. Razors, Pcn-huves, Scissors, and all sorts of Cutlery ; Toys of all kinds, Childrens Carriages, Bird cages, Fishing Tackle, Baskets. Guns and Pistols, Lamps of aU kimLs and Fixtures; Superior Sewing Machines Clothes Wringers, School Books. Miscellaneous ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1865

S THE JEFPERSONIAN. 4l -? at Hlcuoicir ta JJoIitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, illoralitij, au& mural Intelligence. VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 19, 865. NO. 47, Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollarsa year in aut.ince arm it no SSf SSSSilrhSSi,?r lhC yC!U, 1 t50HarS and fUfy . . - .i:.n.l until oil irpA'Jtqifnr f n . . . . 1 no paper oiscoiuiinity "" 'i'1 - rornt at the ontion of the Editor. f exo ICT-V'ivertisemcnu of one squnrc of (eight lines) or lona.oneor three insertions ?i 50. Earn additional ituortion, ouceins. monger ones in pronomon. 1 monger ones in propottiun. V4r n n m-ran w of all kinds, Bt.a.i.i i tue highest rtyie or the Ari.aad on the mun'eitsor"blctcrm'i- " v DICKENS CRADLE SONG FOR THE ! POOR. Hush, I cannot bear to see thee, Stretch thy little hands in vain; I have got no bread to give thee, Nothing-, child to ease thy pain. When God sent thee to bless me, Proud and thankful, too, was I, Now, my darling, I, thy mother, Al...

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