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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 16 November 1848

r m mi - "JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, November 16, 1848 t ID3 COURT commences in Stroudsburg on Monday next, the 20th inst., which will afford an excellent opportunity to our patrons of calling upon us and settling their accounts. Many of them owe for several years -subscription, which although comparatively little to them, is collec tively-large to us. The demands against us for money, at present is large, and we are under the necessity of looking about to procure the means to meet them. We have now plainly stated Low case to our patrons and hope-they will not be, back ward in complying with our request.- r Snow. . ", The first snow storm of the season visited is. on 'Saturday evening last, to the depth 7 inches. Brollier Jonathan for Christmas.. This mammoth pictorial sheet has just bean sent-us by the puWshers, Wilson & Co. of New York. It is a monster among: all the former pic torials of Brother Jonathan. The great feature is " The Country Sleigh-Ride," a beautiful and...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 16 November 1848

r immj 2m A Yard of Forlc. In a small town -? down east,' in which they I ' building a railroad, a party or men, wiiou Lire employed there, went to the store oi a TejU f rk whereupon the Yankee deliberately cut off V01 ' -. ?nr1 Imnried themto the man. Pat "imen oi ineir w, uu jim ui hrCC P'ti J . ' - ....hctnndmor the ioke, asked : u And sure, and .K-it ivllaiyou wouiu uc ttiivi v-.nuii" a.yara q !iidV . - i:J tk -ri m.. 7.?" certainly, icuiiuu mc launuu, cuunr, on't yu know lnat in country three feet Ukeayard. Prepared Wood. The Mining Journal describes some beauti- ill specimens ui wuuu, piuparuu.uiiucr wio jiai- nieJ pricess oi arrencu gentleman oi uie. ame oi rt - - , fle() in iho construciioa ol useful and or iental fancy cabinet work, and ihe internal rchitecture of our house, public building, &cv 11 our commonest woous, sucn as pine, beech, rch, clni, oak, &cM have imparled to them an ntlfe nevr cnaracier, uoai in coior aim me ispositiou of the gram, or curl, which f...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 16 November 1848

-4-" til Mi iUlltvu . t-- THOUSAjNi JJUJbAllS. F-tte from Mercury and all Mineral substances. -5 . O . J5 ' SB C5 H a M H M o a o O M ft 'H Crc for Fever and A sue. i Russleville, Putnam Co., Inch, July 17 '47. Dr. Wright-Sometime since your agent left me a supply of your Indian Yeg'e Pills. I have found said Pills to be in great demand lately for the cure of Fever and Afue. Mr. Jas. Bovd has ason who has heen laid up with various other remedies, all of which proved of no avail. He determined to try your Indian Vegetable Pill, and by using one box he is now sound and well. Mr. T. Spenster iiad a daughter. Mr. Huch Groves a son, and Mr Charlss Nichols and three of his family were down at the same time with fever and ague, and had al so tried the various other remGdies without effect Your Indian Vegetable soon restored them all to perfect health. I can assure you from what have seen, your Indian Vegetable Pills may be relied on for a permanent cure of fever and ague lours respectfully...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 23 November 1848

Ill - . .- ... ,. 1 I, inn- 11 r rim 1-i-iiiiJniHSiMrntrTmriitiWtinTrii iTfiiamr .. i afcninr r i . 4 The whole art op Government consists in ' the art of; being HoNEST.-efferson. - .. - . ' - im " H t ' , , - ' C ... . VOL 9. STRO UDSBURG, xMONROE CppNTXPA.THURSpAX, NpVEMBjER ,23,' 1848.; No. 19 JtT ' J I0 1 mi IH . I H. - IK.- I H 1 K. I H ' I H I M IH IH IB IB ' ...v.- ST - Kl . I IH I H 1 H I I B 111" IH '. VJ IH U IM.,., . . Jab v m - publisltcd by TJicodorc Scliorji. wpi5-Two dollars per annum in advance- Two dollars' TV l.T,rtPr half yearly and if not paid before lhu endof the cam 1 r statre drivers emnlovedbv the nronne PapL,ii,K hnreod 37 1-2 cents, per year, extra. hi 1 ?,r' . .i.unr.nueA until all arrearages are paid, N'M''V pfijjc Editor. ".'rf uvm"e"nents not exceeding one square (sixteen lines hirr three weeks for one dollar, and tventy-fiv 7or ercrv subsequent insertion. The charge for one arid .1C .nleruons the same. A iiberatdiscouut made to early li"4"' 3fn?An lett...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 23 November 1848

t keiisonian republican ThMrsrfay IfarcMMbcr 23, 1848. KJ The Taylor men of the Borough of Easton held a meeting on Saturday evening last, at which ft Committee were appointed to make arrange mentsxigrand jubilee, m honor of the recent cltttTous victory achieved by the friends of Tay- ori Fillmore and Johnston. Kittercsliiiff Decision to tlie Bar. In a case before Judges Sharswood, Findlay and Stroud, Saturday, November II, l848.it was decided that a prosecution of a criminal character is not ended and determined by a discharge on a writ of habeas corpus, and the Court will not, un der such circumstances, hold to bail in a civil suit for a malicious prosecution. Philadelphia Bcatiag New York. Although Philadelphia has been considered sec ond to New York in population, the former at the late election cast more votes, iti the aggregate, than did the latter.. Basilicas ! the Electoral Colleger In order to fulfil the decree of the American People, as expressed through the ballot-boxes o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 23 November 1848

Ill I IBM 'f. ; "St failure of Tea iH the Unite States. communicated to. the National Intelligencer; , An attempt is about to be made on ah extensive Bcale to raise, or to grow, tea in this country: ,FoV this purpose an importation of tea plants amve'd' . frw days since in this city. There are aboud fire hundred in number, and they are generally. from one to two feet in height. The gentleman tvho is engaged in this enterprise is Tlr. Jvxivs Smith, native of the State of Connecticut, butVj resident for many years in London, where he was i-Tfiplv encased in trade and commerce. He was also one of ihe early and efficient advocates 6 the practicability of navigating the ocean by steam and did much in England towards forwarding that enterprise. Havine turned his attention to the subject of raisin and curing tea, and tlie nature of climate wd soil adapted to that plant, he thinks there is if chnillH nnt fin .t-rvrll,sirl In tn!u no reason wj ii. country, ol on'y wr home consumption, but ex...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 23 November 1848

. ' - - - 'r - I., v 5 , Warranted under a Penalty of A Tree from Mercury and all Mineral substances - o " ' q '63 4 Ceire for Fever and Ague. Russleville, Putnam Co., Ind., July 17 47. Dr. Wright-Someiime since your agent left me a supply of your Indian Yeg e Pills. 1 have found said Pills to be in great demand lately for the cure of Fever and Ague. Mr. Jas. Boyd has a son who has leen laid up with various other remedies, all of whic h proved of no avail. He determined to try your Indian Vegetable Pill, and by using one box he is now sound and well. Mr. T. Spenster had a daughter. Mr. Hugh Groves a son, and Mr. Charlss Nichols and three of his family were down at the same time with fever and ajjue, and had al so tried the various other remedies without effect Your Indian Vegetable soon restored them all to perfect health. I can assure you from what 1 have seen, your Indian Vegetable Pills may be relied on for a permanent cure of fever and ague Yours respectfully, Jacob Durham, M. P...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 November 1848

i4. .S ; The whole art ok Government consists in the art op being honest. Jefferson. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, 1A., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1848. .No. 20 VOL 9. published by Theodore Schoclt. -o dollars per annum in advance-Two dollars TEaM-Tfli.caryandif not paid before the endof aui a lrtcr, ruii . an'd a half T,ll)ge who ruceivt. lheir the year, 1 " or slage dnvers employed by the proprie- i PPers.,,i.? hkreed 37 1-2 cents, per year, extra. tor, i fT"-nntinued until all arrearages are pam, except No p.tper u'SCI "" E(lllor atf fK-menls not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) irTAJverilSwi"-'" , " -,,n,. . tu.-fmtv.five L..Tn. imerie-1 inreo vicuna iui uhcuui, -7 -i fur crerv subsequent insertion, mccnarge jur vwu three insertions the same. A liberal discount made to yearly r?AU letters addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. JOB PRINTING. i ...,...,t nfi-.rtTivolfraiit.rlaiii andorna llIiS' bc nronamd to CXeCUle CVCrV description of Cards, Circulars, Bill Meads, Notes, . Xsi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 November 1848

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, November 30, 184$: To Grammarians. " God said let there be light," &c. l'n analysing the sentence, what does the verb 'let agree with 1 '(rThe friends of Tarlor and ' Fillmore of Siroudsbftfrg and vicinity are respectfully request ed to meet -at the public house of Jacob Knecht, on Friday 'ev'enlng of this week, to consult upon 'the 'propriety o'f celebrating, in a rational manner, "the tecent victory achieved by the Taylor party, and to make such arrangements as may be deemed proper by the meeting. Come one Come all. Unified Stales Senator. The HoWe'sdale Democrat, in noticing the re marks bfthe Easton Whig in favor of the election of A. E. BruAVir, Esq. as U. S. Senator, pays that distinguished citizen the following merited com pliment: "The Whig ana Jourrialvbf EasWn, urges the appointment of Alexander E. firowrv, Esq. of thai borough, to the office of United States Senator. Mr. Brown would honor the station. He is a ripe scholar, a sound, la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 November 1848

Buried Alive. A letter in the Boston Chronotype, dated providence, R. I.., Nv. 7, relates the following aiiig"lar circumstances : Miss Harriet BufTington, aged ahnut nine teen, nervous, sanguine temperament, blue eyes and atibern hair, dreamed about six months ago (hat she was buried alive, and was so much dis tressed about it 'hat she spoke of it to her friends. Last Wednesday, Nov. 1st, slid at tended the ball at Howard Hall, and from the XCllement of that occasion she did not rest mi well the following night, and wan, of course, somewhat exhausted during tho succedmg day and night. On Friday evening, Nov. 3d, at about seven o'clock, while in the yard of. her father's house, with two young ladies, .she sud denly Ml ' tue grounQ, exclaiming at tho mo ment, "Oh how dizzy I am !" She appeared to lie in a Ml, a"0 mr 90mH moment wa seusi Me, a,,d said to her young friends, "can't you .1.. ..imi-iliins for me'? Send for thndoctor.1' When iho docior arrived, he opened a vein in j lier ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 November 1848

Warranted iinder a Penalty of a THOUSAND DOLLARS. Free from Mercury and all Mineral substances H d M d 52 d o M W o Q 55 WW O c K Cure for Fever and Ague. Russleille, Putnam Co., Ind., July 17 '47. Dr. Wright-Sometime since your agent left me a feupplv ol your Indian Yeg e rills. I have found snid Pills to be in great demand lately for the cure of Fever and Agup. Mr. Jas. fioyd has a son who has been laid up with various other remedies, all of whit h proved of no avail. He determined to trv your Indian Vegetable Pill, ami bv using one box he is now sound and well. Mr. T. Spenster had a" daughter. Mr. Hugh Groves a son, and Mr Charl.cs NichoLs and three of his family were down at the same time with fever and ague, and had al so tried the various oilier remedies without effect. Your Indian Vegetable soon restored them all to perfect hca'th. J can assure you from what I have seen, your Indian Vegetable Pills may be relied on for a permanent cure ol fever and ague Yours respectfully, Ja...

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

A y' ' ' -tU-r The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, -13.48, No. 2:1. OL 9. n iiiw ! mmiiMrimiM in mi I iIimi urimimwd wmm imiiMMWuiiMnnniTm publi ihed ty Theodore Sfchoclr. - . .i..iiars per annum in advance Two dollarfi JRMS-Two J0flJ,5fy-and if not paid before the endof a qua"-anaauaii. ijuibcwiiuicti-iicuicn ,-nnr. T'0 uoiwi .iricorc pmnlnvciihvihe Droune- hcrs by a C?L 37 1.2 cents, per year, extra.- r w,!l be char0M .4 &u an.earAgcs are paW, except b pipen " " Editor ' the option of we ei'cc6aiflg one quare (sixteen lines) r.Kirci.----- u.fti.s for one dollar, ana iwemy-nve b? ltt?Zv subsequent insertion. The charge for one and s for eJ, h, Htnc. A liberal discount Made to yearly einseruu"'" .... Irertiseis. .jrA.eAj ,n ., Editor must be post-paid. tyxn leiwia . mre PRINTING; . eeneral assortment of large, elegant, plain and oma S Type, we are prepared to execute every ni a descrip...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 7 December 1848

JfEFFfiRSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, December 7, 184. Taylor Celcbratioii; At a meeting of the Taylormen of Stroudsbiirg mid vicinity, held at the house of Jacob Knecht, nn Monday evening last, it was unanimously agreed Upon io relebrate in a becoming manner the gib rious victory achieved by the Taylor party at the recent Presidential election. A Committee of 8 vas appointed to make the necessary arrange ments, consisting of the following persons, to wit: George H. Miller, John N. Stokes. Depue S. Mil ler, Mark Miller, William P. Hallock, Joseph L. .Keller, Melchoir Dreher, and John H. Melick. As soon as the Committee complete their ar rangements, notice of the time, &c. will be given. Let it be a Jubilee worthy of so brilliant an achieve ment, Which ha's secured the rights of the People over a band of corrupt politicians. i The November term of the Courts of Monroe rounty, commenced on Monday the 20ih ult. A few mailers on the argument list were disposed of, and the following ca...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 7 December 1848

The Leading Periodical in America GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK. For 1S19. dedicated lo the Lxtdks of the United States. Edited bv SARAH J. If ALE, ' GRACE GREENWOOD. and L. A. GODEY. A Novelette by Miss Leslie, who contributes lo every No N. P Wilms' Original Scriptural Poetry. T. S. Arthur, who rdhtributes to every No., illustiative of Croome3 Sketches of American Character. ... We intend merely to give a notice of our inten tions for next yearJeavingto others long advertisements-full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.' Agreeably to the practice of last year, the pub lisher will issue as good a number each month as he does in January. This is a novel feature in Magazine publishing. During the whole of last vp'ar he cave more engravings and more reading matter than any of his contemporaries, and will continue to do so next year. 1 nose, who. subscribe to Gdev s Lady s noox, may do so under the as suranre that they will receive more for their mon ev in die Magazine alone, than by subscrib...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 7 December 1848

Warranted imdcr si Penalty off a THOUSAND DOLLARS. 'Free from Mercury and all Mineral "substances. o as H O O Q 55 O a - a M Ctire for Fever and Ague. Russleville, Putnam Co., Ind., July 17 '47. Dr. Wright-Sometime since your agent left me a supply of your Indian Veg'e Pills. I have found said Pills to be in great demand lately for the cure of Fever and Ague. Mr. Jas. Bovd has a son who lins been laid up with various other remedies, all of which proved of no avail. He determined to try your Indian Vegetable Pill, and by using one box lie is now sound and well. Mr. T. Spenster had a daughter. Mr. Hugh Groves a son, and Mr. Charlss Nirhnls and three of his family were down at the same tVme with fever and ague, and had al o tried the various other remedies without effect. Your Indian Vegetable soon restored them all to perfect health. 1 can assure you from what I have seen, your Indian Vegetable Pills may be relied on for a permanent cure of fever and ague Yours respectfully, Jacob Dur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 December 1848

v3 'Jew;-.,-. -i : ThB WtfoL ART OV GOVERNMENT CONSISTSIN THK'AUT 0 SEIK9 HONrsT.feffersO.a A. STROUDSBURG;MONR.5E COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER ;14 43:: - T. air1 islied by Theodore ScKoth Fear, Two aouara . drlrerS cmpioycdby the propne f$ by a c";;d 37 i-2 cents, per year, extra. ivdl be ha fnucd until all arrearages are paid, except fc option of the Edi din one.sq0are (sixteen lines) Ljrc.rtiscmenis n0 for one dollar, and twenty-five ; SrtSnS the Vstmc. A liberal discount made to yearly crtifeis. ,,,.. t, the Editor must Jbe post-paid. ,ii Micrs - , JOB ' PltlWXIWO. , . , . . .tn.i. oimrnnt.nlnin andorna" 3?a.e. wc are nreoared to execute every mCT.r-. descripiionof ds, CircHlars, BiH Ocads, W.oics, Blank Receipts, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER If JLf .AUDITS, PAMPHLETS, &c. nnted with neatness and dcspatch.on reasonable terms AT THE OFFICE OF THE Jcffcrsoniaii Republican. ' r m. r el.n limit ff Hun ( ll BY MRS. S "W. JEWETT. ' Go forth," said the heavenly Father, To one of hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 December 1848

t I t I i f"ThHrsay, December 14, 14; . TAYLOR JUBILEE. The Taylor Jubilee in honor of the recent vie- torv achieved bv the Taylor party, lor some time - - j - - - - in preparation by the Taylor men of Monroe coun ty will come off in Stroudsburg, on IVcdncsday next, the 2th inst., Yo which tho whole army oi Rough and tReady vo ters of.Monroe county and elsewhere, are cnrdial- i iy invited. Ample arrangements have- been niad e to accommodate all who may feel dis- posed 'to a'itehd. To render the occasion worthy vf so glorious an achievement, there will be a free dinner Served up at 2 oYlock cannonading dur- Ting the ilayanu in the evening a Torch Light processrbn will fcbme off. Tho Easton Brass Hand have been engaged, and will be present dur ing the day and isveniHg. Come one Come all. The P reside h I t Message. ,-; We present nurreadfers With an Analysis of Mr. Polk's last annual Message, in to-days Jefferso liian. It is carefully prepared; and presents all the points touched, upo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 December 1848

. ,y, ..... .X. . of life is encumbered with morbid humoYsJttf volume or; quantity is increased, and' life bipod vessels are filled to overflowing; hence; ruptur ing of those which terminate; in ;the lungs, and "ninff of blood, consumpuon,.ana o',ner areauiui complaints. Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills are certain to put a stop to spitting ofjdood : becauso they expel from the circulation those corrupt hu mors which are the cause ofthe4)urating of blood vessels, and of every malady incident to man. From three to six of said Indian Vegetable Pills taken at night on going to bed, will ir all cases cive relief, and if repeated a few time. will most ssuredly restore the body to a state of sound health. " fielCare of Sugar Coated Counterfeits., Re--member, that the original npd only genuine; Indian Vecetable Pills have the written signature of Wil- iam Wright on ltle toP labe r each uox h For sale by George H. MiUer, who is the. only uthorued agent for Stroudsbiug ; see advertise nient f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 December 1848

i II1GIIJLY IWtOKTAIVT WORK, accomplish the objects intended,, considered in ChilllBirth: : 1re.fe:nc? ,?Mh:i",98ic principle, alone; but -BurttsScafdS. and all kinds of itiaXehSorel , tr 11 o iw-z. , s,;t: have also, ine nappuies ulRiidw thai it lias v A Valuable Scientific VVork, Won the Subject of , . t l - ... v... ' ,G.uTvd Gwarton mrf Childbirth, ty It. MSWEIS- .,- u. F'"'"' '''nrtv " 7ne ZTmt OijiAneitK, is the nioftt com SELHOF F, itf. 2). , tac oPm, jtf published truly; K. L b Y N , vAe Bum Antidote ever know.. ' ItTnstantly; (and in jvew- York by the Authdr. rrojcssors o; Midwifery, late, of rarts. as j f by Maeic) stops pains: of the most desperate Tliis Work contains .recently discovered in- . .. New York, Auguvi, 1848. Burns and Scalds. F orold Sores,iBruises,uts, fnrmaiion upon a .subject ofihe hihest impor- ur u. ivj. YVEISSELHOFF air: l ne moral oprains, xc., on man or oeast, it me uest appncar tancoto Married Persons, or those cnntempla- effect ol such "inforrriaiio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 28 December 1848

f1- OemtK-1 -. vu - - ,s .. - - - t - . II I,: It llv II 11 II II II II II -mw lE&F mum?:- imm iw, . b bu, ly saflBr The whole.; art of Government consists:,jn. the art of being honest. Jeffersort , ....... : i ' j M 11 : if. J- r '.I VI VOL 9. STRQUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY; DECEMBER 28. 1848: 'ill No. .2a "published by TJieodorc Schor.li. mil US-Two dollars per aixnum m nivanc a I .vlniner half yearly and if not paid b ad .SJ'ffi dollars and a half. Those 1 er annum irt ad vanccTwo dollars I before the enclof aim .1 s"'-- .iniiars ancl a half. Those Who receive tneir the ear, , i carner or stage drivers employcdby the pfopne rri wiirbe charecd 3f i-s cenw, per year, era. v ' "ineri discontinued imuiuu arrearages arc paiu, except nuhcop on of the Editor. atJi'r l '".i.-amnnts not excecdin? : one square (sixiepn lines) Will OP in5Cn-' r.ri -.! -V,ie fijrprcrvsuusequciii lfisuikiuu. tiiuii.wgiiwi ""vi. lllicci"- "uyAlHctters addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. i...

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