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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 2 August 1849

,T'. The whole art of Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. w STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA.; THURSDAY; AUGUST 2; i'49i ' -i v, - No. i. iT t idora Schoch. crnnum insurance Two dollars ur'nr. nan voi j-v.-rxj.nu Ji uv uaiu uciuic uie cnu ui VK two dollars nra nan. -i nose wno receive their V bra carrier or sue drivers employed Dy the proline- rwhareedS cents, per year, extra .discontinued until all arrearaces are naid. except l?f.FfriicmeiUs not exceeding one souare (sixteen lines) Pi inscfleA three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-five h7vifv subsequent inscrGon. The charge for one and letters addrcssefi tythe Editor must be post-paid. Irineagcnerffl dortmentoflargc, elegant, piain anaorna ' . . to w - ww ja "air - - - . Blank. Receipts;, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c. tTJ'.ea "'III m" "v"'l""""" v-"-J""""'- AT THE OFFICE OF THE ,Fef fe rsonian Republican. From the Philadelphia Sun.) X Like an Open, Honest Heart. J like an open, honest he...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 2 August 1849

-mi ' t mm immsmaa-m JE'FFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, Angnst 2, 1849. Progress of the Cholera. New York. Coses. July 24; 89 26; 150? " 27, 205 " 28, 154 u 29, 155 -n i co Deaths. 38 ' 39 52 66 51 53 81 Phila. Cincinnati.-. Casc3V 38 34 26 61 30 Deaths. 18 14 9 8 12 20 13 Deaths. 20 " wis, .15 17 13 STATE CONVENTION. Al the la-si meeting of the Whig Stale Cen tral Committee held at Harrisburg, in pursu ance. of public call, it was on motion, Resolved,. That the friends of the National and-Stato'.admimsirations, in Pennsylvania, be r'eoncstcd to meet in the several cities and couriTfes of the State and select jlelegates equal. in number to their representation in the biato Legislature, who shaij meet in Convention at the Court House, in Harrisburg, at 11' o'clock, A. M.,. on THURSDAY, the 16th day of AU GUST next, for the purpose of selecting .a can didate for Canal Commissioner, and to do such other business as the interest of the country tuny require. By order of the Committee GEO...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 2 August 1849

Arrival of the Steamer JGuropa. . ONE WEEK LATER." Highly Important from all parts of Europe. Tho proceedings in Parliament "are devoid of general interest. D'lsraeli's promised movement in the House of Commons, designed to test the views of Members in regard to the present Free Trade policy of the British Government, has been negatived by a vote of 290 over 156. The weather has been unusually hot. Monday js said to have been the hottest day ever experi enced in London, and in Liverpool and'vicinity the jieat has been not less excessive. On the 9th, at Liverpool, the thermometer stood at 86deg. in the shade and 120 degrees in the sun. The Cholera is steadily' on the increase irr Lon don. Last week there wore 152 deaths, and in Liverpool 201. The disease has broken out in a very fatal form in Southampton, and seems to in fed the entire Southern coast. The growing crops throughout England and Ireland are rep resented as Riving good promise of an unually abundant and early harvest. The...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 2 August 1849

CAMP MEETING. By Divine permission a Camp Meeling will Le held in Cherry Valleit on Stroudsburg Cir- ii, to commence on Monday lhe 27th'of Au gust, and -close on the following Saturday raor i ir.g. Preachers and people of adjoining Cir cuits and Stations are cordially invited 10 at tend. M. H.SISTY." ff? P. S. -No hucksters'or traffic of any kind will be allowed within the prescribed limits of the law. Stroudsburg, June 28, 1849. APPLETOi'S GREAT CENTRAL CHEAP BOOK STORE, 1G4 Clicsnut Street, Corner of Seventh, Swaim's Buildings, PHILADELPHIA. Knowing he wants of the community, the Proprietor of this Establishment has fitted up a Store in the most elegant manner, having due regard to the comfort of his customers, so ihat every Stranger usiting his Book Store, may feel entirely at home. His Immense Stock of Books is classified according to the various Departments of Literature, so that visitors can find the Books they are in search of for them selves. Buying his Stock for the most pa...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 9 August 1849

$.um &f?-jt girf ...7 -,7 .ji.' 1HE WHOLE ART. OF, GOVERNMENT CONSISTS IN THE AROR BEING HONEST. Jefferson. -Utofc': &01 UDSBtfRG,. MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST j 18 ... V ,nt)lislicd IF'TIicodoire Sclioch. IsXt!7o dollars per annum in advance Two dollars R' iCrtor. half yearly and if jiot paid before the end of i r Two dollars and a.lialf. Those who receive their frfr1 nr-fttucft ilrivflr 'pmnlnvr.il hv Hip nrtinne- Krll h-AmpA 37 J-2 c,ents,.pcr .year, extra. I Ln difiontinucd until all arrearages are paid, except Jrertiscments Jiot exceeding one square (sixteen lines ) f,rcrervsiibseqient insertion. The charge for ontiand insertions the same. A liberal discount made to yearly rt5.('.,s.'. ...i.i.n.rn,i tn riiitni- mtict he nost-naid. AUi' auLiiuocvvA w ink Aviikw " i ; "yob pumxiiG. ,i noon.-mAnt nfinrtrfr. filecmnt. nlain hnil ornn- Its6. ni-A nrdnnrwl tn Mnr.lllr! Oi'nrv luailM descriRtVof lr(, tirCtllcLt'Sj JUttlt 11VtC9 JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER- PAMPHLETS, &a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 9 August 1849

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, Angus! 9, 1849. STATE CONVENTION. At the last meeting .of ihe Whig Slate Cen tral Committee held at Harrisburg, in pursu ance of public call, it was on motion,. Resolved, Thai the friends of the Rational and State administrations, in Pennsylvania, be requested to meet in the several cities and counties of the State and select delegates equal in number to their representation in the State Legislature, who shall meet in Convention at ihe Court House, in Harrisburg, at 11 o'clock, A. M., on THURSDAY, the 16th day of AU GUST next, for the purpose of selecting a can didate for Canal Commissioner, and to do such other business as the interest of the country may require. By order of the Committee, ' GEORGE ERETY, Chairman pro tem. Dr. V. M. Swayze, Surgeon Dentist, is now in Stroudsburg, and will remain here for a week or two only. Persons wishing their teeth attended to or artificial ones inserted, will please call on him His acquaintance with the people,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 9 August 1849

flfcfV BaMks.'; Nolica has been riven Hr:ikt.HVriiitfe pa ners, in obedience .10 the Tquiremeat. of ihe ,he next Legislature for tht chtrie'r"f !in fol lowing new banks, with, the Annexed amolint of Shewsbury, York coBnty, pennsy I vania Bank. of Deposit; Ea3ton, Tamaqua, - " -'' 4 000 .20,000 "300,000 -"500,000 Mechani.caVBank.pf Pjttsburg, Pottstown, v n Uniontown, 14l f . , . .. City Bank of Philadelphia,.. r Harrisburg, ...r L ; Snrine Garden Bank', AOPiOAO: 7200,000 . 50,000 300.000 ,: 150;000 whnroueh. f J WellsboroUgb, Mauch Chunk,' fiiie, .Alleritown, Wilkenbaire, .. Poitsville, 200.000.j 300,000 J 50,000' JOO.000 150000 '.J'-l l. " i, i Cholera Bombshells. -Watermelons are becoming abundant at Richmond, Vaand the Republican says they a're in demand. 'They are regarded as Unhealthy at all', times, and it is tantamount to an attempt to commit suicide to partake largely of them at this time. Pleasure travel to the north and east. Owing to the prevalence of the cholera south an...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 9 August 1849

rib 1 sr 4 'i : ft' (JAUTIOJV EXT11&. A man by the name niCLJ3PP bus np.iped with a young asaa sof the name of 13. P. Tnumeeml.'Timl sc hit name to put p.a Sarsapariila, which they caM Dr. Townsend's Sarsapariila, aenomjnating it GENUINE, Original, etc. This Townsend lx fio doctor, and never was; 'but was .formerly a worker raM roadi, cabals, and the like. Yet he assumes the title or Dr fat the purpose of gaining credit for what he Is not. This is ,to tan tion the public not to be deceived, and purchase none bat the GENUINE ORIGINAL OLD Dr. Jacob Townsend's Sarsa pariila, having on it the Old Dr's. likeness, his family coat ol urns, &Rd his signature across the coat of arms. Principal Office, 102 Nassau-ft.. New York City. 9 Pi' OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND, THE ORIGINAL DISCOVERER OF THE Genuine Townsend Sarsapariila. Old Dr. Townsend Is now about 70 yenrs of ace. nnd ha lung seen known as the AUTHOR nail DISCOVERER of the GENUINE ORIGINAL " TOirNSEND SX RSA PA R I L LA." Doing p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 16 August 1849

4 The whole art op Government consists IN THE ART OF BEING HONEST. JefferSOli. published by Theodore Sclioch. i-,nifcTwo uoiiars per annum in auvance Two ooi are . . . . . . I'f. nartfir. half yearly and if not Daid before the end of I'e' . i orripr or Stntfft ririrpr"! mn1rtre'r1 Kir ltn nrnnrip- v.ronr. l nu ....... .iuew nuv .... EfwiU be charged 37 1-2 cents, per year, extra. Y JitAntmnoil until nil Alanfnnnii nw nnir) OYPPnt :Xp option of the Editor. !dv-ertisemenls not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) lbe inserted three weeks for one dollar, ana iweniy-nve F i-nriihtBnnntit inerrlinn Tho rhnrfrfi for One TA kjtSIOl " . ...Uv....... "-"--o-;-- - ----- Ue insertions tne same, a UDerai discount mauiujrany hr7All letters addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. JOB PRINTING L riae a general assortment of large, elegant, plain andbrria f fhenlal Type, we are prepared to execute every description oi hards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes, lsi a u it iteceipis, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 16 August 1849

i '4A JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, August 16, 1840. Protection ys. Free Trade an IIIhs tratiou. The Potlsville Miners Journal, very -good au thority, states that the expense of delivering a ton of Iron from Liverpool to Boston, is about the same as the expense of transporting a ton from Pennsylvania to Boston, because Ocean trans portation is cheaper than Inland transportation. In the neighborhood of Liverpool, the price of la bor at the Iron Works, will not average over 40 cents a day, if that, in this Country wages aver age over $i,00 per day, at our Iron Works. In manufacturing a ton of Iron all is labor, except the raw material, which is worth only from $1 to $1,25 per ton. Now, if any Free Trader can inform us how we can keep up wages and compete with the English manufacturers, at their wages, without placing duties upon the Foreign article, we will give up the idea of Protection. Without duties, we have either to 'give up the business, or reduce our wages to their standar...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 16 August 1849

"LuTHEh RilI.v, oPHrisb'uTg,'?isrecom cnded by a correspondent of the Wjlkesbarre armer, as the next Locofoco candidate for Gov- cro01 ii jfy brethren," said Swift in a sermon, " there ! three sorts of pride of birth, of riches, and of j T hall not speak of the latter, none of .,ient. i being name 10 inai aoominaDie vice. , , . . ,. . . r .i ! million of Russian invaders are rapidly wasting Alady was asked to join a division of the j lhe Emperor cannm vef, paughters of Temperance. She replied, ..It is f lhom- A vast meeting in favor of the Huga accessary; as it is my intention to join one of'rian$ nas been held in London, and thousands the Sons soon.' j signified a desire to volunteer to fight against Liberal. The democracy of Bucks county ;,he Au8,rjan8. The cholera is increasing in haVe raised the enormous sum of $34'!. towards . London and other parts of England. Ireland $ erection of a monument over the remains of is tranquill. France alill reposes in practical lit late Gov. Shu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 16 August 1849

CAUTION EXTRA. A man by the nnme of CIJlPP has engaged with a younp of Iho nurno of S. I Tnwnsead, and uses his name-to put ap 1 8axsaparilla, which they callDr. Townseud's 8rsaparllls, Aaaomlnatlng It Gi7A.,"Origlnal, etc. This Tuwusend Li b doctor, and never wa; bat waa formerly a worfrer on rail TPada, canals, and the like. Yet he anmes the title of Dr., -fat the purpose of gaining credit for what he is not. Thh is to cau tion the public not to be deceived, and purchase none bat the GRjVDIJTE ORIOIXAL OLD Dr. Jacob Townsend's Sam parilla, having on it the Old Dr's. likeness, his family coat -ol trrns, and hit signature across the coat of arms. Principal Ojfice, 102 Massewst., JVeie York City. OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND, THE ORIGINAL DISCOVERER OF THE Genuine Townscnd Sarsaparilla. Old Dr. Townsend is now about 70 veara of acc, and has long itzn known as the AUTHOR and DISCOVER ER of the OKA'UrJVK ORIQI.YAL " TOWJfSHXD SARSAPARlL LA.'' Being poor, he was compelled to limit its manufac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 23 August 1849

for , :era-heu- J ins,, ever "ban Tilo y. M4-VV XIV W WKIWW Willi . s fern-: . si The whole art of Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. i , : STRODDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST: 23, r-849. No. 4. per- ntHsIiecl by Theodore Schoch. i-Two dollars per nnuni in advance Tv o dollars ERM iiulf vnarlv and if lint n:id "hpfnrp tho rnil hf a9a w..-A .tnlhirs nnd n'llMf. Tiinsp whn rro?v Minir Two dollars and a" half. Those who receive their ly by a carrier orstage. drivers employed by the propne I'liwr discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except Ktion of the Editor. 1 l.n ho rliareeu J' tenia, per year, exiru. ?A ..rfJ thma wp.fiks for nnr ilnllnr. nnd twentV-fiVC 11. for cVcry subsequent insertion. The charge for one and K Insertions the "same. A liberal discount made to" yearly Setters addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. JOB PRINTING. 1 r i To (ill lit Til !l 1 Tl nnrl nrni. "e ...t rn- nnnnriul til fIofllt dvnrf description of hrds, Circu...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 23 August 1849

Mi i 1 We have no desire to trample upon k fallehlfW jorto pursue and enemy beyond the point ot endu rance, especially when he has cried "hold enough;" but there are certain facts connected with the pol icy of our able and successful State Administra tion, and the payment of the semi-annual interest, lupon which .the public should be enlightened, if .sdrrji-annual. pa rDimockitthe Treasurers were JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN fornoother Purpose "to vindicate the truth of history," as Col. Benton is wont to say. Tt will be remembered, that the Pennsylvanian has made screral efforts tend adopted manyringe nious expedients to escape from the contrast pre sented by the payment of the interest in gold and silver, through the .exerfioriS and skill of a Whig vuusf i-An.... Mflnpsanrs. whn naM it in ilonrfirintfirl rarrs. And We" understandthat the colored -people of this jt hag beeri QUr duty tQ several impoii. Thursday, August 23, 1849. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, HENRY M. PHttBR; OF LUZERNE COUNTY...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 23 August 1849

; twS. Msewis,- . , James Moore, Jr.. H T WmN. R. Morris, Jl M. Swartzwelder, n JFrancis, Jordan, ' .J. Stuart ftiddle, ' N 5 Wm. T: Sanded, . Thedphilus Fehn. He's the ITIau for the Votes. The Hopkins (Ky.) Delta says of one of its' candidates for the Legislature . ,J 01 . Villiatn Spau'lding is the Locofoco .candidate to represent the senatorial district in the next Sen ajeof Kentucky. Spauliling is not a" speaking jnan, "ul tne most Incessant talker, jabber ! jab- ier' now y auuhts uanu, naw : naw : joff'sthe family, kiss the baby, &c, man T ever aw. K he even thinks, it must:, be in his sleep, as he is too busy talking ever to reflect in day time. Earth is eaten as bread in several parts of the tforld. Near Moscow a hill furnishes; .earth 6'f ,is description, which will ferment when mixed with flour. ' -I.,!.. J II . ' s" There is a man in Illinois, named Barrow, who haschang-ed his politics so often that, hethas now got the sobriquet ofujAeeZ-BarroWi.. Spurious Bank Notes a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 23 August 1849

A - MONROE COUNTY, ss. 1 nQ commonwealth of Penhsyl- vania lo Abraham Depuy,' Margaret iiouser, widow ot George Houser, r?N dec'd., Daniel Depuy, John Neyhart Q" and Jemima his wife, Ferdinand Du- tot and Hannah his wife, Christopher Teeple and Eliza his wife, Benjamin V. Bush and Sa rah his wife, John Depuy, Christopher Groot, Reuben Groot, Ransom Williams and Maria his wife, Ellen Groot, Edwin Groot, Theodore Grooi and Elizabeth Groet heirs and legal rep resentatives of Aaron' Depuy, late of Smithfield. township, Monroe county, yeoman, deceased, Greeting : Whereas, by an inquest for that purpose du ly awarded by the Orphan's Court of the Coun ty aforesaid, the real estate of the Baid Aaron Depuy was appraised as follows, to wit: No. 1 containing 140 Acres and IS Perches, more or less, at and for the sum of thirty-three dollars per acre for-each and every acre thereof. No. 2 at and for the sum of one hundred and seventeen dollars. No. 3 at and for the sum of txco hundred and sevent...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 August 1849

- .WiljiWlli'IiillUL gygy " iJllt'tf WWl -??-- ihi ! 'IJf'Wl - - - - ----- , . , -T-; -,,11, .,,,, jj r - -iiT-g "a , ...... ff ... ,r. '1- . W-.V ; ' . , , " ' ' WHOLE ART OF GOVERNMENT CONSISTS IN THE ART OP BEING HONEST, JeflerSOIL " ' ' " " - ' : - 1 . ., -- I. . . VOL. 10. 'feTROXJDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1849 published by Tlicodoro Schools. TERMS-Tvvo dollars per anmih in advance Tw o dollars aud a quarter, half ' yearlyand ihiot paid before he end of the year, Two dollars and a half; Those who receive their papers by a carrier or -stage driven employed by the proprie tor, will be charged 37 1-2 cents, rer vcar, extra. No papers discontinued until all arearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. rrPAdvertisements not exceedinrione snuare (sixteen lines) will be inserted three weeks for die dollar, atiQ twentyhve cents for ev ery subsequent inscrliqi. The charge for one and three insertions the same. A libenl discount made to yearly aireruseis...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 August 1849

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday August 30, 1849. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, HENRY M. FULLER, OF LUZERNE COUNTY. Qr" We understand that Peter Merwine, jr., has been commissioned Brigade Inspector of this County. The election was held in June last, and ihe commission kept back on, account of some al leged informality in the returns. Ujt A tremenduous meeting was held in Phila delphia last week, to sympathize with the brave Hungarians in their present glorious struggle for liberty. Another is to be held in New York, this week, at which Gov. Fish has been invit.ed to pre side. A great gathering is anticipated. Nomination of Henry 171. Fuller, Esq. The nomination of Mr. Fuller, was anticipar ted, for his abilities, integrity, and high public and private qualities, had gone before him into the discussion ; and the unanimity which combined the voices of all sections of the Stale, is a proud and gratifying evidence that, with an enlightened people true merit never fails to win an adequate app...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 August 1849

Be rHiwr Down- The pricevof flour'at;Sart Fran- Californi5 ar latest dates, was $6,40 a' 5 ner barrel. This js something less than $40, V"C fow months rittn! i price Accideut to the Great Nassau Ve find in the London Illustrated News an count of an accident to the celebrated bal- the 11 Royal' Nassau" which came near, nltin2 fatally to several individuals. On the B v0f July last, the day fixed for the ascen- the mouaici uaiiuuu waving uecu luuy in aledi Mr' vyrcou a,lu a Parv Ul MUIB8 anu jjtiemen oK uieir seats, seven persons 111 rar anu iuur jii m uuup, which is beveti above me car; aim uie macnine navtng ..inocpcl. tosb rnaieslicallv ITnnn hain. .i.iin fiiuiiirlp. it tnnk n ininh.n'jvibilv P2 8 , u.i.. reClion ; wnen suuueniy, as u was passing erthe Westminster road, tt was observod to c)j to and fro, and a large quantity of ballast js thrown out. The balloon, however, kept lling unU' w,ln,n a ew fRfel f ,ne house-tops j,e Waterloo road. It cleared that thorOiigh ' 8nd came reeli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 August 1849

4 J1 nounce"wilht'eat pleasure the important lacl that a medicine has just made its sppearance G-"-lJ'J Jii.ivn'.v. iuxi.il'J MO, " ' "viii u. punciiui pirguiive.uuu uu umi- vanea punuer Ol Uie DIOOd, nOltner gripes nor nr uscates, and is administered in the form of a iiigar plumb. We of course allude to Clicken crs Sugar-coaled Purgative Pills, which we per ceive, by our exchange papers, are every where the rage, and fast driving all the old-fashioned, griping, and neauseating popular compounds out of the market. For sale by T. Schoch, who is the only authori-. yed agent for Stroudsburg; see advertisement for agencies in another column. BIONICOE) COUNTY, ss. . i3"r 'ie eommon wealth of Pennsyl $mWfi$& vana 10 Abraham Depuy, Margaret HfelfftP? Houscr, widow of George Houser, dcc'd'' Daniel eP"y John Neyhart m and Jemima his wife, Ferdinand Du tot and Hannah his wife, Christopher Teeple and Eliza his wife, Benjamin V. Bush and Sa rah his wife, John Depuy, Christopher Groot, Reube...

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