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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 3 August 1848

j. , y ji-a-rr .-J&FFEttSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, August 3, 184S. 1fms,$2",00iiia'lriince. S2,25hfti'f yearly; and H.50 i'frtot paid inforc the end of the year. 0?" L.-.BA.RNES, at Mil ford, is duly author ized to act as Agent Tor this paper;to receive sub '.se'riptinns, advertisements, orders for jobrwork and payments for the same. IE?E. W. Caur, Esq.. of the city of Philadel phia, is authorized to -receive subscriptions and .advertisements for the " Jeffersonian Republican." Office. Sun Buildings, corner Third and Dock streets, opposite the Merchant's Exchange ; and 440 North Fourth street. WIHG NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, General Z AC II A IS. Y TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. " f ' FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ' ;vndui ITIIfLARO FJLLmORE, ' " Ul' KEV YORK. Gen Cass a Land Speculator. Lewis Qass has now been nearly half a 'century out of paternal guardianship, and in that time has probably done les"s than fifty days' work at any largely as a? land-speculator, what mrglit he no$3e I expe'cteU ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 3 August 1848

Ohio for Taylor. a great effort has been and la now. made, to realB "he impression thai Gen. Taylor cannot c .... f.prnie of Ohio. All Mich Niafemeiits supremely absurd. Nearly all those pa rs which at first hesitated, have now raided 'he old Wh'g banner. And mark the language Vihe following letter, from thai noble chain- Iho avows his enlistment for the cam Cm" ' URBA.VAjuly 3.1848. Uear Sir : I have been abseitt from home h last eight or ten days, in the North wes n pat of this State, and have but this mo- received yo letter inviting me to your Tarthaue meeting on the Sin tnst. 1 could atte"tid it even if I had received your note 1,0 . .... hut sav to our Taylor Iriends all U i . ;.. the Northwestern portion of Ohio, arid ) right in t"e iw ,hat we mean m' ""S" - ; -." ut lall behind our beloved and venerated llar- w. iha coming coined. ,,s""-' yc 1 ulv! JOSEPH VANCE. r M rorvin, Esq.. of the Whig Executive Committee. IU A It It I ED, At Shawnee, on the 27'h ult , by ttie Rnv. Wm. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 3 August 1848

, ( 4 I mum DoctV TWnsend's - COMPOUND KXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, Wonder atici Blessing of the Age. . The most Extraordinary Medicine in the World. Tliis Extract is putnp in Quart Bottles : it is six times cheaper, ttfe'nlesisanler, and warranted superior to any .ofd. It cures without vomiting, purging, sickening or ueuimaung uic raucni. The preat heauty and superiority of this Sarsa parilla over all other medicines is,, that while it eradicates, it invigorates the body,. It is one of e venvbest" r f SPUING AND SUM 'J Kit 31KDICINES ' EverA nown ; it not only purifies the -whole sys tem, and. strengthens the person, but it creates new, I pure and rich Mood : a power possessed by no other medicine. And in this lies the grand se cret of its wonderful success. It has performed within the last five years, more than 100,000 cures of severe cases of disease; at least 15,000 were considered iiicurable. It has saved the lives of mure than 5,000 children during the two past sea sons. 1 J 0,000...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 10 August 1848

r n Ui as.-. 3 v-..;'4i The whole art vok Government consists in the art of beinq honest. Jefferson. VOL 9. STROUDSBURG, xWONROEjCOUNTY, jPA., THURSDAY, AUGt'ST 10, 184$. No. 4. Published by Tlicodorc Schocli. terms-Two dollars per annum in advance-Two dollars i . -,riPr h-ilf yearly and if not paid belore the end of ?"d.?J"av dniian and a half. Those who receive their lA.rhV i carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprib ?nr will be charged 37 1-2 cents, per year, extra. vn ninwa discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except aUhcPo of the Editor. - irvdrertiseraents not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) i!ibc mserte.1 three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-live n t I for every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and three insertions the same. A liberal discount made to yearly U 1a He ttc rs addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. JOB PRINTING. mrine a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and orna mental Type, we arc prepared to execute every acsenpuou ot ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 10 August 1848

. IP had Gen, ('ass to reduce their pay one-third ! if lie could constitutionally take away one-third he rould take awav the whole. iSo : the law was uil- "just, it was unconstitutional anil void,, and wheji v.ppnsed dnd spurned, and its author.lujng in era- y. it was a!)andoned aod given up. But we are sskt?d how this bill came to pass both housqs with out opposition He answered, because no bne iinew the amount received by the regulars ; this was fixed 'By ati army order; audit being staled i!iat it was a bill for the hcnefil bf the volun uvrs,v it passed at once without inquiry or Oppo sition. Such is the brief history of this shameful md(unjuiUaw. What would the. volunteers, the ppopiP S3V to the man who would' take $30 pr davwhilst enjoying all the .luxuries of civilized lift?, and who would rob the honest and brave vol unteer of one-third of his pittance of $3,50 per month for clothing ? Not. enough to purchase a hat or a pair of, boots. Would old Zack have done this? No, sir; ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 10 August 1848

1 . 1 JEFFEKSIANEPUBLTC Ti.uiulnv. Autrust 10, 1&4S. jl ""rr7 r BRNES, at Milford, is duly author- -ict as Agent for this paper;to receive sub-UC-lnf advertisements, orders for job-work 'pvments for the same. inF"W. Cabr, Esq., of the" city of ,Pniladel- I..,hMri7fid lo receive subscriptions and 1UI""" . .. -r . riptic adverliaemems u streets, opposite the Merchant's Exchange j and 440 North Fourth street. whigTnominations. for president, General ZACIIARY TAILOjR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Hoii. MILLARD FILLITlOREv OF NEW YORK. - N FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, NER MIDDLES W A RTIf, OE UNJON C0TNTY. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. Thomas M. T. M'Ken.van, of Waiington, John P. Sanderson, of Lebanon. DISTRICT ELECTORS. 1 Joseph G. Glarkson, 2 John P. Weihenll, 3 James M. Davis, 4 Tho. W; Duffield, 5 Daniel 0. "Hinter, (i Joshua Dungan, 7 John D: Sieele, S John Landis, 9 Joeph K. Smucker 10 Charles Snyder 11 William G. Hurley,' 12 Francis Tyler, 13 Henry Johnson, 14 William Colder, Sr. 15 (...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 10 August 1848

' IVcw and Cheap Hardware, Cutlery and Tool Stdi-e. . k SOUTH EEST CORNER OF THE PUllLlC SQUARE, EASTON. - TO COUNTRY DEALERS AND, OTHERS IN WANT OP HARDWARE: WILLIAM EL WELL ' llavtng purchased t,he stock of F. W. Noble, intends keeping ai ihe gbbve stand, a full as sortment of Hardware Cutlery aiid Tools of all kinds. He has just received and will continue to keep for sale at low prices, and on liberal terms, a large,' fuH, and coYnpleie assortment of American and English helf and heavy Hardware. Purchasers are respectfully invited to ex amine his stock) consisting in part of the followihg articles: S.. For ITIcrcIiauts. Jlraces and Bits, iron Braces Carpenter's planes and plows S'fiingling ana lath' fiatc.hets (Hue and Glue keitles Iron and steel squares, Bevels Guages, Plane irons, Awls Screw drivers, Auger Bits Firmer and mortice chisels Files and rasps, pincers Bplck and Plastering Trowels , Masons' and Chalk Lines Carriage springs, Iron axes Sand and Oil stones , Shoe thread,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 17 August 1848

' w4?& , ,MM,,w,Mi,,M-,J-J,M,t .mi iiimiibii Llffi' "ifc. -' --''iihiw 'in iiimifiiiwiniiii1 -i I in i liiiTXir''Butf The wholc art of Government consists in the art oV being honest. Jefferson. STROUDSBURG, xtfONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1848. VOL 9. No. 5. published by Theodore Scfioch. iiinr Der annum in advancc--Tuo dollars TK R " 5 T. u .. i r v a rl v and if not oaid before the end o and a quariB'. . . d half ThoM, who receive tieir ihe yc"' V' "rricr or stage drivers employed by the propne ?f?c"Uhaed 37 1-2 cents, perar, oxtro. . , jor, -:- -.i,nfl until all arrcaraces arc naiu.exce m tuners uiM.uii-- - - - al.,t iffiSsemenls not exceeding one squarefsixteen lines) . . .1 .. I f..- .Inllii- atii) tWPIllV-flVfi will be insertea uireu ',' T:."" ,.-,,' n,i S msertions the simc. A liberal discount made to yearly a5lNetters addressed to the Editor mnslbe post-paid. . . .,virvsnbseaucni insertion, inctnaisi. .TTOB PRINTING-. irtrniK a general assortment of laige. ele...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 17 August 1848

JeffersoniaN republican Thursday, A&sust 17. 11S. 07s L. IHRNES, at Mijford, is duly author ized to act as Agent for this paper;to receive sub scriptions, advertisements, orders for job-work and payments for the same. Ej3 E. W.'Carr, Esq., of the city of Philadel phia, is authorized to rereive subscriptions and advertisements for the 44 Jeffersonian Republican" Office. Sun Buildings, corner Third and Dock streets, opposite the Merchant's Exchange ; and 4-fO North Fourth street. WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, CScncrai Z A CHARY TAYLORs OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESI-DENT, Hon. MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK. FOR fcANAL COMMISETONER, SVER MDDLESWABTH, OE UNION COTNTY. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. Thomas M T. M'Kennan, of Washington, John P. Sanderson, of Lebanon. DISTRICT ELECTORS. 1 Joseph G. Glarkson, 2 John P. Weiherill, 3 James M. Davis, 4 Tims. W. Duffield, 5 Daniel 0. Winter, 0 Joshua Dungan, 7 John D. Steelej 8 John Landis, 9 Joseph K. Smticker. 10 Charles Snvder 11 William G.' Hurl...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 17 August 1848

itys the "English piquit" tied at our approach. This is the true version of the great battle, fought at Canards Bridge, by the renovved Lew is Cass But it is further falsely alleged by the admi ,ar nf Cass, that Hull "peremptorily comman ded Cass and Miller to abandon the Bridge and return to camp, from which retrograde move ment, dated all the misfortunes of that most disastrons campaign." This statement, like the battle at, the Bridge, js also a !heer fabrication, as ihe ..following letier from Hull to Cass will, conclusively P10'6 ' Sandwich, 17th July, 1812. g,R have received your letter of ihis morning To my astonishment, I have-not received the least informaiion from M'Arthur. li i possible homeihmg unpleasant has. taken dace It w'" pwbably be a week before i ho cannon will be mounted. I am sensible of the advantage of holding the bridge. I would not, however, hazard too much for the purpose. The enemy may pass the ford above, and come 7rl iho rear. 1 will, however. LEAVE TO V...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 17 August 1848

ml IVew and Cheap Hardware, Cutlery and Tool Store. SOUTH EEST CORNER OF THE PUlitIC SQUARE, EASTON. TO COUNTRY DEALERS AND OTHERS IN WANT OF HARDWARE. WILLIAM ELWELL, Having purchased ihe slock of F. W. Noblo, intends keeping at the Ibbve stand a full As sortment of Hardware Cutlery and Tools of all kinds. Ho has just received and will continue 10 keen for sale at low prices, and on liberal American and English sliolf and heavy Hardware. Purchasers aro respectfully invited to ex- amine his stock, consisting in Pa"1 of the following articles: For Ulcrcliaals. Jiraces and flits', iron Braces Carpenter's planes and plows Shingling and lath hatchets Glue and Glue kettles Jron and steel squares, Bevels Guages, Plane irons, Awls Screw drivers, Auger Bits Firmer and mortice chisels Files and rasps, pincers Brick and Plastering Trowels Masons' and Chalk Lines Carriage springs. Iron axes Sand and Oil stones Shoe thread, coopers tools, &c. For Farmers. A complete lot of American door loc...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 24 August 1848

A: OtltOIt 5 The whole art ov Government consists in the art of being honest Jefferson. : ; mat -3 TOL 9. STRO UDSBURG, iVEONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, L848.. J ; t . i nil I in i ii mini i )imc published by Theodore Schoch. rc Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars TERMS-i wo wuj nd jf uol d beforc the entl of ana a quan .., -. ' d a naif. Tliose wlio receive their th0 7 ft Wrier or stage drivers employed by the proprte papers by a carrier u J , tor, will be c nar . . uatll;lll arrearages are paid, except NO papt-ra u'7,u' E(ilt0r affifcXSnts not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) II7Adcms" , for one do lar. and twenty-five wf!Lb5 .1". subsequent insertion. Ti.e charge for one and c.cn" '"fnn the same. A liberal discount made to yearly inrc-L- a jo-AllTc"crs addressed to the Editor must be post-paid .TAB PRINTING. w,rine a general assortmcntoflarge. elegant, plain and drna 1 menial Type, we are prepared to execute every description of description IPs mm Circulars...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 24 August 1848

4 V JE FFERS 0 NI AN REPUBLICA Thursday, August 24, 1S4. ff?" L. BRNES, at. Milford, is duly aui! ized 10 act as Agent for this paper;to receive sub scrlutions, advertisements, orders for job-work and payments for the same. KFE. W. Cum, Esq., of the city of Philadel phia, is authorized to receive subscriptions and advertisements for the " Jeffcrsonian Republican" Office. Sun Buildings, corner Third and Dock streets, opposite the Merchant's Exchange ; and 440 Worth, fourth street. WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, General Z A CHARY TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Hon. ITIILXARD FILLITIORE, OF NEW YORK. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, NER niDDLESWARTH, OE UNION COTNTY. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. Thomas VI. T. M'Kennan, of Washington, John P. Sanderson, of Lebanon. DISTRICT ELECTORS. 1 Joseph G. Glarkson, 13 Henry Johnson, 14 William Colder, Sr. 15 (not filled) 16 Charles W. Fisher, 17 Andrew G. Curtin, 18 Thos. R. Davidson, 19 Joseph Markle, p2 John P. Wetherill, "3 James M. Davis, 4 Thos....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 24 August 1848

cast Catecliised-The Qucisions " and Replies. The Louisville Journal has broughi Gen. Cass to he form, and taken him through the 0jticalx catechism. Here are the question nrl here the replies. It must he admitted that ,he result makes Gen: Cass' principles "as clear mud," whilst it leaves no doubr thai he is in favor of all things and against all things 'all things to all men :" 'Are vou in favor of protection. General V Ifvouare a Northern man, I refer you o i..'... in itiA Indiana convention in 1843, but if yon are a Southern man, you will find my opinions emnoateu in my reuem vuics mm speeches in the Senate." "Arc you for or against the Wilmot Proviso, General V 'If yOU are a iNOHliBni uin, 1 min tfu uj the edition of my life jusn puhlisht-i in the Globe office for the North : hut, if you are a Southern m,n vnn will find some very good reading in the edition of my life published in the same of- fice for the South. "Do you approve or disapprove the annexa tion of Texas, General?" ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 24 August 1848

Sin'd'ciicap Hardware, CiiHery and Toor Stored1 ? f i sOOTHEEST CORNER OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE, EASTON. TO COUNTRY DEALERS AND OTHERS IN WANT OF HARDWARE. WILLIAM ELWELL, Having purchased the stock of F. W. Noble, intends keeping ai the above stand, a full as-. Fontnent of Hardware. Cutlery and Tools of lokeep for i-ale at low prices, and on liberal terms, a large, full, and complete assortment of, American and English shelf and heavy Hardware. Purchasers are respectfully invited to exr amino his stock, consisting in part ol the lollowmg article: For Merchants Braces and Bits, iron Braces Carpenter's planes and plows Shingling and lath hatchets Glue and Glue kettles Jron and steel squares, Bevels Guages, Plane irons, Awls Screw drivers, Auger Bits Firmer and mortice chisels Files and rasps, pincers Brick and Plastering Trowels Masons' and Chalk Lines Carriage springs, Iron axes .Sand and Oil stones Shoe thread, coopers tools, &c. For Farmers. A complete lot of American door locks, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 August 1848

r if 4T 4i3 ts ?m r safe, t talbwt-A mtMil f The whole art of Government, consists in the art of being honest; rJefferson. Sf jROUfiSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, Us. ' VOL 9. No. 7. t4 - ' , , . - - " ' "s '- : ?.... ill: r ' fits, l " - ' r published by Theodore SchecJi. n,pnr;rwo dollars per annum in advance-Two dollars !r7,.r half vearly-and if not paid Before the end of n j a quarter, nau t whjj theij. ,,ie yc.tl 5rrier or stage drivers employed by the propne- PuUchSS 37 1-4 cents, i.er year,, oxtnu tPv S,2dlsSatinued until all arrearages are paid, except ariAdPvSsements not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) KKtcd three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-five V3l -Vr cS? subsequent insertion. The charge for one and Se rt?ons the same. A liberal discount made to yearly TinS'ters addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. JOB PlUftllV iliviug a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and orna 1 menial Type, we arc prepared to execute, every description of . ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 August 1848

1 MAA J JOTE RS 0 NI AN R EPUBLIC AN Thursday Attgiist 31. 1848. L. BftNYES, at Millbrd, is duly author ized to act as Agent for thispaper;to receive sub scriptions, advertisements, orders for job-work :iritt'ffylftefttt for the same. lG3! W. Cahr, Ksq., of the-city of .Philadel phia, is authorized to receive subscriptions, and advertisements fr the " Jejfersonian Republican." Office. Sun Buildings, corner Third and Dock streets, opposite the 'Merchant's Exchange; and J40 North Fourth street. WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT. General 2ACHAKV TAYJLOK, OF LOUISIANA. . .1 F.OR VICE PRESIDENT, 4 Hon. MILLARD Ff EliRIORE, OF NEW YORK. Si V It f" FOR CANAL CO.MMISEIONER, IV Eli jJUDDUBSWAftTH, OE UNION COTNTV. 1 4 S EN AT 0 R I AIj ELECTORS. 'Thomas M. T. M'Kennan, of Washington, John' P. Sanderson, of Lebanon. DISTRICT ELECTORS. H Joseph G. Glarkson, 2 John P. Wetherill, 3 James M. Davis, 4. Tims, W. Duffield, 5 DhihkI O, H inter, (i Joshua Dungan, 7 John D. Steele, 8 John Lnndis 9 Joseph...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 August 1848

i aMVJmww in : a nrivuto Idler from Culumbu,,Ohin dated 1 lit 20 n eUUOTOI uiu r Iican, say3 rn,,hlin senMment'itfOhio. V.r... T I r i .h.. S.a.e. 1 know of ,n3J 3mt -nmnrrais in this count v. and. also I nritv attend 'throUch. life Jit I npr.nan Democrat, ho ay they will. I many for Gen. Taylor, because he i 4a honest vole I man Ohio is Coining. , . ludee Price, a p rnmtuent l,)colnco, maae- a .h Sit UMlCIHIin.., " ..mil Jandy, in which ho Xwi himself for Taylor, r Well pntTrn about iSj Fait Play. The Lewisiow G5,ze,,u a,,,,,,",S., ,he res 1 t f...wi inpollnu 111 lhal COIinlV. olutions ol a C ...u, ,.,.,1. which "recognize w ,iale, whose privaie coarse. ... nroach,' p",s ,n,!' r,luaK,,,S 4""""" Lder.'ofM'J neetit.:- . Gentlemen, tciar yowr opinion . - o.. -...I wIimi would Uinff horse races un uunuu, -r . ou aV iT ihw wlg canuiuate n Lit hal aiicnded such gatherings instead of ... Airtl 7" ' ...Let the campaign of 1844 answer ! Ingenuity of Science. Who would have imagined, wh.un.g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 August 1848

r: . iVcw arid Cheap Hardware, (Cutlery &nV Tool Store A t SOUT.HEEST CORNER OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE,- E ASTON. ,., TO GENTRY DEALERS AND -OTHERS-'IN WANT OF HARDWARE. VILLIA3i ELWE-LL " vrnt.nrj ri,nV.n00n ;Vib mr.b nf F W. Noble. vhriihctii of Hardware, lCutlery and Tools of afll kinds. Hi) has juVt received and will continue nolceep for sale at low pnces,;and on liberal terms, a large, full, and Complete assortment of .fttne'rican and English shelf and heavy Hardware. Purchaser are respectfully hi vi ted (6 'ex amine his stock, consisting in part of the following'articlcy: For JTI ere limits. traces and Hits, iron Braces Carpenter's planes and plows Shingling and lath hatchets "Glue and Glue kettles iron and steel squares, Bevels Guages, Plane irons, Awls Screw drivers, Auger Bits Firmer and mortice chisels Files and rasps, pincers Brick and Plastering Trowels Masons' and Chalk Lines Carriage springs. Iron axes Sand and Oil stones Shoe,thread, coopers tools, ,&c. I For Farme...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 7 September 1848

i i i. m ii mi III II I III Hill iHUli tUmMr&i. MA tflWSSfc -rftS5. - .W. "!?- ! WMltlMMfli, ....... ... ;. - -awt -n. .. - .. 4.,. ,.;;.. - .', .. , . . ,, fir, frVyfenV T ,Ki r.: ... jCv ., . rjrVr . r.f'l::l'ral& ) ,hoo'; lu't: ; ,.,,- i , if!'r ;r' , it n r'f r The whole Arr of Government consists iK .the art of being HojfKST.JeffersprL VOL 9. published by Theodore Sehocli. Twn dollar per annum in advance Trt o d TBRMS Jr half vearly-and if not paid before the e and a quarter, hf Tlse who receive Trto dollars end of their the year, i ' "u"aor lagC drivers employed by the propne papers by a wrnwu 2" cents r ycarf exint. tor, will bXc0ent,nUed until all arrctirases are paid, excep! No papers uscoiu at the option oi "c. ain one cqUarc.(sixteen lines) VeSoU l and twenty-five will be lnsertei insertion. The charge for one and three insertions the same cents for everr ... . d.scount made to yearly iSSillSters addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. " JOB PRINTSiV " a ccnera...

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