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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 January 1867

fuj port, an J of the imitation of its former OppOOCUtS. FINWNCES. The exhibit of the finances of the Coiu monweahh, as presented in the late an nual message of my predecessor, and the report of the State Treasurer, i3 certainty very gratifying ; and the" flattering pro spect of ths speedy extinguishment of the debt which has been hanging, for so ma ny years, like a dark cloud over the pros pects of our State, combined with the hope that a reasonable reduction will be made in our habitual annual expenditures, trill cheer the people onward iu the path way ol duty. Anions the most delicate and import ant obligations reouired of those in oGcial positious, is a strict and faithful manage ment of the public revenues and expendi tures of the 'Commonwealth. Taxation f hould be applied where its burdens may be least felt, and where it is most just that it fbould be borne. Every resource should be carefully "husbanded, and the strictest economy practiced, so that the credit of the Stale shal...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 January 1867

REASONS WHY THE 'AMERICAN WATCH Made at WAIrElAJI, ITIass IS THE BEST. It is made on the best principle. Its frame is com posed of SOLID PLATES. NO jar can interfere w ith the harmony ot it! working and no sudden miock can damage lis machinery. Every piece is made aid fin- jsDed bv machinery (itself famous for its iiovelty, as well as for its effectiveness) and is therefore properly male. The wMch is what all mechanism thould be -ACCURATE, SIMTLE, STRONG AND ECONOMI CAL Except some high grades too costly for gener al use, foreign watches are chiefly made ty women anJ boys. Such watches are composed of feveral hundred pieces, screw ed and riveted together, and re quire constant repairs to keep them in any kind of order. All j rrsons who have carried "ai;crcsl"'lep mes"and "Erlish Patent Levers," are pcifectly well gvs are of the truth of this ttatcment. At the beginning of our enterprise, moie than ten years ago, it w as our firs-t object to m?.ke a thorough ly cood low-priced watch ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 January 1867

Y H C LADIUS or STROUDSBURG AND VICINITY. FRANCOIS GR 1X1 01 RE, PREMIERE CHEMIST, in OFFERING TO THE PUELIC UTS "EX A MEL OF AMERICA". . 13 Confident that its merits necJ but a trial to supplant the numerous deleterious mia- -erdl compounds now in use. UNLIKE Til E VARIOUS TABLETS, TOWDERS and ROUGES, WHICH MERELY COVER AND EVENT UALLY ROUGHEN AND DE STROY THE SKIN. THE ENAMEL OF AMERICA (Bing entirely vegetable in all its compo nent parts.) THOROUGHLY REMOVES, AND PERMANENTLY ERADICATES ALL BLOTCHES. FRdCKLES. SPECKS, PIMPLES, Ani til impurities arising from a diseased state of the Cuticle, imparling the Beautifully Transparent Glow of Blooming Youth. IT WILL POSITIVELY MASS THE SKIN SOFT AND SMOOTH IX TEN MINUTES AFTER IT IS APPLIED, cn Tk money paid for it will positively be re funded. A COTTLE ALWAYS OPEN UPON THE COUNTER TOR LADES TO USE, BEFORE THEY PAY FOR IT, FREE OF CHARGE. IT IS A3 HARMLESS AND FREE FROM ALL DELETERIOUS COMPOUNDS . AS SPRING WATER. It hit received the fol...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 January 1867

- ' " - ...... w .. . . Bcvokb to politics, fitcroturc, Agriculture, Science, iHornlitn, nuo (Scncml SntclHgcwc. - rr-ri -mn mi mi i ii.n i ) VOL. 25. Published ly Theodore Scliocli. TERM- Two clol litre a year in ndvance and if not pii i t"( r. the cnJ of the year, two dollars and fitfy cts- will he rharcTil. No p.ierdisr:intiiiiic(l until all arrcaiagcsare paid, excent at t he option of the Editor. 1DA I vert i?c men is of one square of (eigl.t lines) or jss, one or three insertions $ I 50. E.irh additional insertion, 53 certts. Longer ones in proportion. JO!! II&I3TBSG, OF ALL KINDS, xecated in t he highest ctylc of the Art, and on the most tcasorrtble terms. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. m STROUDSBURG, PA. Office icitli S. S. DrcJicr. Esa' All claims against the Government prose- uted with dispatch at reduced r.tes. aouitionai county oi iuu ana 01 $50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, FfiEE OF EXTRA CHARGE. August 2, Dfl A. REEVES JACSCSON, PHYSICIAN AND SUR...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 January 1867

!)C Jcffcvscmian, THURSDAY, JAIJTJARY 31, 1SG7. OrMr. Michael Ransberry, sold h:s Farm, containing 1033 acres, hi Stroud township, Monroe county, to Riessr. R. S. Staples: Simon Carry and Stitcs, for T7,EC0, 07" The Thermometer ftood nt 19 below- zero, yeNlcrday, (Wednesday) morning-, in Strou Ithurcr. This is the second time it has reached that fhrure this scasjn. CO" Some hundred and fifty school chil dren from Piainficld township, Northamp ton countv, visited our town on a s'cigh-ride anj t,-ok dinner at Marsh's Hotel, yesterday - m .1 1. 1 - Our thanks are due to Surveyor- General Campbell, for a copy of his An nual Report; To Senator Burnet and Representative Kennedy, for Legislative Documents; To Hon. S. R. Dates, for a copy of his report as State Historian; and To the Hon. E. McPherson, Clerk of the U. S. House of Representatives, for cony cf a Report of the Department of Agriculture. tTU Tl:e lion. I'hilip Johnson, who lias Lccu confined to Ii Is home by illness. since the o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 January 1867

REASONS WHY TIIK AMERICAN WATCH Made at WAIr HAITI, Mass. IS THE BEST. U is made on the best pilnciric. Its frame is com- pcKi-J of SOLID PLATES. Ii" jar can interfere with tfitf liar.-nony of its working ar.J no sudden f hock can tlimace Hs machinery. Every piece is made ni.d f;n isf.cd tv .machinery itself famous for its i.ovcltv, as veil a for iis effectiveness) and is therefore properly Mi5e. The wivt.h is what all mechanism should he ACCURATE, SIMPLE, STRONG AND ECONOMI CAL Except some high crudes, too costly for gener al use, foreign watches aie chicfJy made ty women aal boys. Such watches are composed of several hundred pieces, screwed and riveted together, and re ruire constant repairs, to keep them In. any kind of order. All re:ons who h3ve carried" ancrcs," "lep ir.es"'ai:d English I'ateul Levers,"' are peifeclly well aware of the tj'utfi of ill's stalcraer.T. At tti: Lrginning of oir enterprise, rv.oie Ihun ten vfrs a?i, it.as oir first object to mike a thmough jv nJ 1 v....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 January 1867

Man j of the stories concerning his ca Tecr in New York anJ Philadelphia savor strongly of fiction, an J would net ba crel itcJ, were they not so well authenticated. Wine, women, horses, faro, and general tlebauehcry soon made a wreck of that princely fortune, an 1 in 'twenty months Johnny Stcelo squandered two millions of dollars, lie bought high priced iu:t outs, a:il after driving them an liour or two gave them away ; equipped n large mistrcl troupe and presented each mcui borwith a'diatnond pin and ring, and kept about hint besides two or three men who were robbing hiui day after day. He is now filling the honorable position of door keeper ior bin 'it & Govlords muistieK the company' ho organize J, and is, to use a very expressive, but 'not strictly classi cal phrase, completely "played out." . It ia the same old story. Had com pany and debauchery soon caused him to pctVtd of his property. Wc won't envj those who took advantage of his inexperi ence to plander him.- The wealt...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 February 1867

' JL JljLjo "J JHaI IxV JN " 0cuotc5 to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, illoralitn, curt encral Jntclligcncc. ' VOL. 2. STROUDSBURG, MONRQE COUNTY, PA., FEBRUARY 7, IS67. NO. 46 t i V Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if not paid hef re the end of the year, two dollars and fiify tt!. will be rharged. No paperdisrontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. !CA lvertiements of one fquareof (eight lines) or one or three insertions $1 50. Earn additional visertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoiticn. JOB ini STING, Or ALL KINDS, Executed in the highest style of the Arl.and ontbe most icasori'ible terms. S. EiOfUES, JR., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office with S. S. Drchcr, Esq. All claims against the Government prose cuteJ with dispatch at reduced rates. QT An additional bounty of 100 and of $50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, FfiEE OF EXTRA CIIAEGE. Q August 2, 1S66. D...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 February 1867

J 7 V - BE, (tl)c 3fcffcv5onian,'- TIITJHSDAT, IIBSUAE.Y 7, 18C7. 3" Geo. Uumctt, of tlie Senate, has agaiu laid us uuder obligations for public documents. T come very interesting reading natter Trill be found on tbo fourth page of this piper. Wood Wanted. Those of our subscribers who have pro mised to pay U3 in wood, for their sub scription.?, arc requested to deliver it im mediately. : fe pgr Mrs. Joseph Ilouser has sold her farm, near Experiment Mills, in this county, containicg something over two hundred acres, to Theodore Taylor, for 59,000. -o. 5 Quite an extensive Thunder Show er passed over this section cf country on Saturday evening. The lightning Cashed most vididly, and the thunder followed with a roar that almost reminded ns of a regular August shower. 1 The Administator of Mrs. Marj Kellers's estate, as we see by handbills, advertises the sale, among other things, .of Thirty Shares of Fhillipsburgh Baal tock, on Thursday next. Capitalists eboulJ niake a note of this. 3-...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 February 1867

A CARD TO INVALIDS. A Clerirvman. while residing in South A .on'rA as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Diseases of the U- rinary and oeminai organs, and the whole . rf 1? 1 I i . 1 . train or aisoraers orougm on oy oaneiul and ricious habits. Great numbers have been lrpdT cored by this noble remedy. Promo ted by a desire to benefit the afflicted and un- ' . . :tt 1 ? v fortunate, l win sena me recipe xor prepar ; and usin? this medicine, in n sealed en vclope, to any one who needs it, Frfe of Cnttrge. Please inclose a post-paid envelope, ad dressed to yourself. Address, JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station D. Bible House, March 29, lC6.-ly. New York City. ma ::isii:d. On the 19ih ult.. by the Rev. F. Illman, at the Methodist Episcopal Parsonage, in Cherry Valley, Mr. Lewis Hohenshilt and Miss Rachel Brewer, both of Poplar Valley. On the 2nd inst, at the same place by the same, Mr. Franklin Culvcrson, of Strouds burg, and Miss Mahal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 February 1867

taor People acd Poor Honey. sermon on the disadvantages of pjor, preached by Henry Ward r, a short time since, ceun the la nil the troubles and mis !'.: i fs tint arise from false weights aud spumous currency, it is usually the poor that saflor the most. Here is a spurious quarter tf a dollar. Tho merchant, in whose hands it chances to be, thought-les.-ly of course, (for merchants are always hourst,) passes it to the trader, and lie, teciniT that it docs not look quite right, but not thinking it worth while to scru tinize it too closely, passes it to the gro cer, aud he, glancing at it and not liking the looks of it exactly, but not wishing to he over particular and faying, "I took it and must get ri J of it," passes it to the market man : and he, saying "it raight as well be kept travelling," passes it, as be journeying, is to the conductor; and he, knovroKig tin", it is not good, but dishk. ing to s:iy anvthicg to the man, says to himself, kiI will kcp it, and gire it to somebody ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 February 1867

Pior People and Poor Kosey. lu a Eormon'on the disadvantages of being pjr, preached by Henry Ward eecher, a short time since, occurs the following, : In all the troubles aud mis chitTa thnt arise from false weights aud spurious currency, it is usually the poor that suffer the most. Here is a spurious quarter tfa dollar. The merchant, iu whose hands it chances to be, thought lessly of course, (for merchants are always hom-st.) pas?es it to the trader, and he, n?eiug that it does not look quite right, but not thinking it worth while to scru tinize it too' closely, passes it to the gro cer, aud he, glancing at it and not liking the looks of it exactly, but not wihing tr be over particular and faying, "I took it and mu?t get rid of it," passes it to the market nan ; and he, saying "it might as well be kept traTelling," passes it, as he journeying, is to the conductor; and be, knoTnir'g tlia". it is not good, but dislik ing to s:iy anything to the man, says to himself, ';I will kep it, a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 February 1867

THE JEFFE RSO N I ATT Bcuotcu to politics, .fitcrotnrc, agriculture, Science, 4ttoratit, nub tncral Sntcllig encc. VOL. 25. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollnrs a year in advance and if not piid tf re the end of the year, two dollars and filfy ct. will be h;irgpd. No p;iper discontinued until allarreuiagesare paid, except at the option of the Editor. E7A'lvertisenie!!ts of one sqmire of (eight lmcfOor JeJ. nnc or three insertions 1 50. Each additional iiicrtion, SO cents. Longer ones in propoition. JOB PREXTIXG, OP ALL KINDS, fxecutcd Inthe highest ytyle of the Arl.and onthe most icasori tble terms. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGET. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office icith S. S. Drchcr, Esq. All claims against the Government prose cuted with dispatch at reduced rates. 03" An additional bounty of 100 and t)f $50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, FREE OF EXTRA CHARGE. mQ August 2, 1660. DJl A. REEVES JACKSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Begs leave to announce that, in order to ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 February 1867

uT!)c JctTcvsonian, THURSDAY, lEEKUARY 14, 1S67. t'ST See fourth page of to-day's paper. ESu Senator Shoemaker, of the Lu- rcrue District, has laid us under obligations for a file of the Legislative Record o Gir Owners of Stock in the Jackson Oil Company should read the advertisement o the Company in another column. It con tains an important notice. - o O One of the best papers published in the country is the Pittsburg Gazette. We have an ardent admiratiou for the spi rit iu which it is conducted, and ofton so fall in love with its articles as to adopt them as our own. C- We learu that the Jackson Oi Company is organized for the ensuing year, as follows : T'etcr Kunkle, President; Jerome S Williams, Vice-President; J. L. Wyck- oa, .treasurer; J. J,antz, becrctary. Immensely Popular. The Proprietors of Ceoe's Couc.n 1?al- 6AM have succeeded in creating a demand in nearly every tillage of the United States, Reasons why ? First, it is ef fectual ; second, it is clicnp ; third, it is pl...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 February 1867

EXCEL5IOII! EXCECSIOIt! CIIASTELLAR'S Hair Exterminator ! ! For Removine: Superfluous Hair. To the ladies especially, tin's invaluable depilatory recommends itself ns being an al innet indisDensiLle artirlo to (Vmnlf? Imautv " i ' " - J F is easily applied, does not burn or injure the .in, cut acts directly on the roots. 11 19 warranted to remove superfluous hair from low foreheads, or from any part of the body, completely, totallv and radically extirpating t j ' j the same leaving' the skin soft, smooth and natural. Tins is the only article used by the French, and is the. only real effectual depilatory in existence. Trice 7o cents per package, sent post-paid, to any address, on receipt or an order, ny BERGER, SIIUTTS &. Co., Chemists, 2s5 River St., Troy, N. Y Feb. 11, 1SG7.-Iy. ASTEOLOGY. The World Astonished AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS I.IADE BY THE GREAT ASTR0L0GI3T, JSadumc II. A. I'JGKKSGO. She reveal secrets no mortal ever knSw She restores to happiness those who, from d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 February 1867

The Farmer that Would 2Tot SsIL Mr. Coffin, iu his "Four Years of Fight in," tells the following incident,''1 which occurred as our troops wors moving to Gettysburg : When the 5th Corps passed through the town of Liberty, a farmer rode into the village, mounted on his farm-wa. o j . II ix load wus covered ly - white table cloths. "What have ye got to sell, old fellow 1 Jiread, e.h '" said a soldier, raising a cor ner of the cloth, and revealing loaves of Bwcet, solt, plain broad, of the uncst wheat, with several bushels of ginger cakes "What do you ask for a loaf?" "I haven't any to fell," said to farmer. ' "Haven't any to sell? What arc ye here for?" The farmer made no reply. "Sec here, old fellow, won't ye sell me a hunk of your gingerbread ?" sail the eoldier, producing au old wailet. - "No." "Well, yoa are a mean old cups.' It would be scrviug you right to tip you out f your of bread cart, lierc we arc march injr all night and all day to protect youi property and fight tho rebs....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 February 1867

i I H, 1 IH, H H H , 1 1 A V Ecuotco to Politics, itcrntnrc, Agriculture, Science, iHoroHtn, nub cncrol SntcIIigcncc. - VOL. 25. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., FEBRUARY 21, 1807. NO. IS. OTsrnwi Published bj Theodore Schcch. TSSU-Two dollars a year in advance anil if not p ii ! tff rc t h" e:i. I )f liio year, two ilollars and filfy ( t s. w l !1 !ic i-li.r-r'Pd. No i !; r J:ro;itia'.iod inilil al 1 arrciiiapes are p;iid, f t ( pt.it the npi.in ofi!io Ei'.iior. ',?k tvrr isrinei:t? of oik- square of (cipl;t lines) or !)!. or iliree insertions C-1 5(1. Kacii additional :.ih':1! )ii. 50 cents. Lon;;rr ones in .ropoition. OF ALL KINDS, ccr.tti intlie hi?!ic?l styl? of the Arl.andonthe most icasoritble tenns. s. hotfies, .if:., ATTORNEY--AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office icitli S. S. Drchcr, Jisq. All claims against the Government prose cute! with dispatch at reduce! rates. (f An additional bounty of $100 and of "n) procured for Soldiers in the late War, FRKK OF...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 February 1867

""i'Tl'W'. it v-i VKTr''-. iSIjc jfcffcvsoninn, THURSDAY, TEEEUARY 21, 1867. y- A number of new advertisements were necessarily placed on the fourth page of this week's paper. Kead them. fiS" Kead tdvertisernent beaded " A Thing of Beauty, &c," in another col uian. Archy id a very clever fellow to deal vrith. ... " K2P S. D. Gay has sold his Lakcry property, in this borough, now in the oc cupancy of 11. C. Lcvanway, to John Ed- iogcr, for $3,590. TgQ.. A party of fishermen, belonging to our borough, caught over three hun dred suckers, at the iron bridge, in the lower end of town 3-esterday. Lucky. Success. The coornsous sales of Cok's Dyspep sia Cure ia in a great measure owing to the fact that those who use it are cured mid tell their friends and neighbors of it, so thousands of tongues arc advertising this conqueror of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, and kindred evils. IJUllUt rasly Injured. Peter Groaer, well kuowa.. to the citi zens of our borough, Tas seriously injured Ly being thr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 February 1867

IUAKKITED. At Easton, on tbe 2d inst, by Iter. Dr Hodgson, Mr. Samuel IIany and Sara.ii E. JMabvin, both of Monroe county. In Stroud township, on tbe 17th inst Mr. I'cter ltuster, aged 25 years, 4 mo and 11 days. 3STOTIOE. A meeting of the Stockholders of the Stroudsburg Academy is called, to meet si tbe Court House, oq Tuesday. March 5th, at 2 o'clock P. M. for the purpose of electing seven .trustees. JJy order of M IT DIIEIIER, JOHN MALVIN, And other, Stockholders February 21, 1SG7. 2t. Money Wanted. II K S U DSCK 1 13 E 11 II ESPECTFUL iJ ly requests all persons indebted to him to pay Up without delay. The money due him is absolutely wanted. A word is the wise, &c. Feh.21.'C7.1 NICHOLAS RUSTED,. A Thing of Beauty, &c. rniHE SL'USCIUB ER IIASO i'E X E D, SL in Dr. Walton's brick building, nearly opposite the Stroudburg House (Marsh's), Main-street, Stroudsburg, Pa., a full line of GREEN, DRIED and CANNED FRUITS, comprising ORANGES, LEMONS, APPLES, PEACHES, 11AISOXS, CUll K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 February 1867

Office of Jackson Oil Co , ) Sraotusnuiui, Feb. 11, 1807. $ AT A MEETING of t!ie DIRECTORS of Jackson Oi! Co., held Feb. 11, 1HJ7, an assessment of ONE CENT was laid o:i each -hare of the Original or Capital Stock of s.iid Co ; which assessment must Le pi id on or before the 4th day of March next. And should any Stockholders neglect or refuse to pay said assessment by that time, the Slock of all such delinquents will posi tivvly bo sold on that day to meet said as sessment. J. LANTZ, Secretary. Fub. 14, lSG7.-3r. BEAUTY! Auturn, Golden, Flaxen & Silken Carls, -jpilODUCEl) by th use of Prof. DED X REUX' FRISER LA. CIJEVEUX One application, is --war'runtcd to curl the most si raight "and stubborn hair of either sex into wavy ringlets or heavy massive curls. Has been used by the fashionables c! Paris and Ijondon, wilh the most gratifying result?. Does no injury to the hair. Price by mail, scaled and post-paid, 81. Descrip tive Circulars mailed free. Address BER GER, SHUTTS &. C...

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