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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 July 1854

jese 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ii "i n fTI iiifiMilMMTr :soman. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1854. WHIG STATU TICKET. ?as l'oi!ocks of Norlliuinbcrland TOR CANAl- C0MMISS10NEU. cori1 Ihirsic, of AlU-glnMiy. roll JUDGE OF THE NU1MIEME COURT. Daniel M.Smyscr, of Montgomery To Teachers and others. As our School system has recently un--liigone some impoilant revisions and al taxations, we beg leave to direct the at tention of Teachers and others interested, lo Tower's Series of School Books. This scries consists of six books, with Iosfohs arranged in regular graduation L'ach book seems to be well adapted lo the class of scholars for which it is dc-M-nod. The lessons arc neither too dif ticult nor too easy. The first four book? -ntain exercises designed to give thor uh practice upon the elementary sounds, iiil their combinations. Pupils who are faithfully drilled in these, can not fail iu no essential requisite of good reading 'i.-tiuci utterance. These books, in this jt.ct, are certainly superior lo any u:...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 July 1854

Remarkable Suicide. Mr. Marsh of Pembroke. Mass.. and Miss Sampson, formerly of the same town, but more recently of Stonington, drown ed themselves on Monday, in Heed': Pond, at Abington. They went out in a chaise, and after divesting themselves of their outer narmcuts, lashed themselves together and jumped into the pond. They left a note behind saying where they could be found. , Important State Elections are to be held in twenty-five of the btates within a peri -on ot about three montli3. A majority of the members of the next House of Rep resentatives are to be chosen, and m Mas sachusetts, Vermont, New York, Pennsyl vania, North Carolina, Flojida, Louisan a, Arkansas, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri Iowa and California, Legislatures arc to bo elected, which will choose one Senator each, except that of North Carolina, which wut elect two. EST The late Xcgislature passed 10? enactments. At Stroudsburg, on the 19th inst. bj M. M. Burnet, Esq., Mr. Peter P. Siftoke, of Coolbaugh township...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 July 1854

;hi3 morning. I assure you upon the bouor of a gentleman, that I will never epeak disparagingly of woman's duties a gain. Two of us, I find, make consider able work, enough at least for a little wife to perform.' 'You are pardoned on the spot. And let me assure you that I do not regret this day's experience; and perhaps the Widow Sauburn and several other per sons will not.' 'And your humble servant among the cumber,' replied the equire, bowiug. We havo only to add that the squire kept his word-, that Tom Pettifogger mar ried the pretty seamtress, and 'only two of us' was never used except as a pleasant jest. r-z 3. gr i cult ura I. Fall Plowing. While perusing the columns of tbci Newspaper,' I havo looked a long time j to see brought before the public, the re commendation of fall plowing for the spring graius; and being much interested in the Farmers' Department of the 'News paper,' I take the responsibility of intro ducing a few remarks into its columns -For several years I have n...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 July 1854

V ?6J 11131111 rvarrsGwiy s errs Qcuolcb to politics, filcvatuvc, Agriculture, Science, iHovalitn, ani encval Intelligence. VOL. f4 . STROUDSJBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA, JULY 27, 1354. NO. 37. ..A f tllIishcd by TheoSbre Sshoelh l or brothers and sisters were now mem-1 disgraced with one recreant member, and TERM -1 wo loll.irs pci innii.a in ;;Uanoc Two cMllirs itn I a nwr4or. half m tv nut n" paid te lrc ihc on 1 ol ilic year. Two dollai- nudn half. JS'o pnpois. liMMiiiiimi r'.! tl! Uiioir.u'es ,wc paid, Cc)titt tli opiion nt ihc IMuor. " Avljriu.MMnoui u,t I'xccertuiq one square (ten lftt7ii bo misd thrr' virek-- l'r oiw Mllar.-wicl !cntj- ilve ivni.s Ah-rvcrv sutstsjuMit iiitrtioii. The aift 1. 1 one miJ three in .'rtuiii tl.o same. A Jibci -ikcoii in.)-lo vm !v adverirs. J" Ait ldlc-5 a!iioi.-eJ to tlie K.iiter must be voi- ' iS O 12 I . i .tg Jk.gciual ;it-o4jncnt ol ttH4jc elegant, j lain luJ toiuitncMul Ty;e, uc ai priaicJ lo is t! evfci den-j pumr lim3W WiPElTO , fideucc '..r(...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 July 1854

Sljc iTcffcvsonian. TEIJRSDAT, JULY 27, 1854. WHIG STATE TICKET, ron governor. Jp.Si Pollock, of NorllmmlK rlaiul FOR CAN'AL COMMISSIONER. Keonrc Itarsic, of Allegheny. rou judge- of Tin: supreme court. Diriiel Smyser, of Montgomery Sair The Rt. Rev. Bishop Totter, who, it was announced would officiate in this place on the -ilst inst.. has, wc re gret to say, bci-n compelled to withdraw the appointment. lie expects to visit Stroudsburg in the Fall. Tower's Elements of English Grammar. We hnvo been favored with a copy of the above work, by the publishers, Dan 11 1. Burgess A Co., G9 John street, New ork. This little book is prepared with thr design of making pupils think, and, if faithfully employed, can hardly fail of its purpose. It is most important to teach hiidrcn to apply their knowledge as rap j Hy as it is acquired. The necessity of t!.i- i more and more felt, and these works are a proof of it. Incad of containing 'i mere compendium of rules, with which j- foreign 'mi bstancc...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 July 1854

r li i 1 5 i . " 1 I ill 3 4 f 5-- it WOCTTOR YOURSELF ! The Pocket iJEscnEapiiis : on EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN. The fi fuelli edition. with one hundred eugra virinc .linivino- IliseaSPS vSffetllumnn System in every shape and form. Jo 'which is addeJ a trca ties on the Diseases of Females, being of th liionest importance to married people, or those conlemplatlngmarriage By Wi!Ii:uti Young, E5. E. Let no father bcashamed to present a conv of the jhsculapius to his child. It may save him from an early crave. Let no young man or woman enter into the sectel obligations of married life without reading the Pocket Aes culapius. Let no one suffering from a hark nied cough, pain in the side, restless nihs, nervous feelings, and the whole train of Dys peptic sensations, and given up by their phy sician, .be another monument without con suhinu ihe JEtculapius. .Have the married, or those about to bo married, any impediment read ibis truly useful book, as it has been the means uf saing thous...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 July 1854

m,mt m 4.1 ! .1 . ,1 iL. - : The Ciiffhnicre Go&t. 1 I.. ..(l!?4. . 1 1"1.. ..1 tv twiw ui iiUli J-'ililUCl UUU J III II It- r iys . This goat, which has recently 1 em introduced into the United States iivm Turkey, by Dr. Davis of S. C, i of 1 4 rye r ixc than our common goat, is as ta.ily kept ami by this experiment is iiovon to bo admirably adapted to our iliuiatc. Its great excellence is, that lu- toad of u. oont of hair, it has a fleece f iiucMlky appearance, from ! to 0 inch i lmg in one year's growth. It is from tii fleece of this goat the celebrated Casn ie shawls from China arc made. I; ides its beautiful ailk7 appearance, i -turee .made from the fleece of this goat tut wear ail known subatauees. Stocks ii.ido of it hnvo been worn six winters . lliout material injury. They can be wii-iu annually, and the average weight 1 each fleece in about four pounds, being ui value to the united fleeces of 10 Men u j heep aunually. Dr. Davis considers thee so well adapted to the clim...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 August 1854

(12 2 -ijm. jjuuiuMiiiiwu. 1 1 i u m mM.uu' J L- m-"- Scuotcb lo politics, literature, Agriculture, 0cieuce,. iHoraliij), anb aural Siitclligcucc. VOL. 14 .STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 3, 1854. NO. 33. f Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two uallars an l'n rj'tartor, half voarlv and if not paid be Jotclhe end of the year. Two dollais and a half. fv'o pHjioxs discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except hi the option of the Editor. JO ArtvertUeincHts not exceeding one srpinrc (ton lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar, and Uvcnty-fivo cents for everv subsequent insertion. The 4wrge for one and three insertion'-- the sninc. A liber al discount made to vearlv advertisers. JHT All letters addressed to the IMitor must he postpaid. .IOC PRISTI X G. IlaviHc a pchcikI Assortment of Inrgc. elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared to execute cveiy description of Cards, Cirenl irs, Hill lfead. Nolo., Rlsnk Receipts Jssu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 August 1854

(El)c Scffcvsonian. ' THTJUSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1854. WHIG STATE TICKET FOK GOVERNOR. .las. Pollock, of Northumberland FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. ftcorge ilarsie, of Allegheny. FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT. Daniel M. Stnyser, of Montgomery EeT'Gov. Biglcr has granted Dr. Lach- cnaur, one of the Green conspirators, a pardon and a remission of the two thous and & five hundred dollar fine imposed up on him by the Court, in May last. We have been informed that the remission of the fine by the Governor, has caused great dissatisfaction at Easton, and man' of the leading politicians predict a falling ofi of the Democratic vo'e in that County at iLc -lpproaching election. Returning" Recognizances. The following act relative to the duties cf Aldermen and Justices of the Peace, wa passed by he last Legislature, and Las become a law : " That from and after the third of July next, the Aldermen and Justices of the P. acr of the several counties of this Coni ne iiw. nlth, shall be required to retu...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 August 1854

DOCTOR YOURSELF! The Pocket sculapius : OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN The fiftieth edition, with otie hundred engra il vings, showing Diseases 'M & Malformations of t!ie $ Human System in every Sishnne and form. To a shape f,' whicik, is addcJ a trea 7 tics iBr the Diseases ol FL'J ir M- b emalcs, being oi me Inchest importance to married people, or those jJSS contemplatlngmarriage By William Young, II. D. Xet no father be ashamed to present a copy of the JEsculapius to his child. It may sate him from an early crave. Let no young man or woman enter into the seeiet obligations of married life without reading the Pocket JEs culapius. Let no one suffering from a hack nicd cough, pain in the side, restless niehs. nervous feelings, and the whole irain of Dys peptic sensations, and given up by their phy sician, be another monument without con suliincthe JEsculapius. Have the married. r those about to be married, any impediment read this truly useful book, as it has been lhe tneans o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 August 1854

a qri cu ltural. ' A "Word to Farmers. Take care of our tools. - Don't 1ft in-: ba rotting and rustiug out, scatter ed abroad over your farm. Have a place loi every one, -where the sun anil rain can n t gut to them. Nothing is wore injuri ous t funning tools tban-lo leave them .-posad lo the weather Leaving-ploughs, 1. iirown, hoef, rake.-, and pitehforks in tin' i. M, when done using th'm, is, I think, tV greatest and mot universal fault fr t , in ever eoinmUled. Where will you t.nd he frni that has not some poor no. fj.cled tool lying on it, scorched by the mi nd pelted by the rain, until it. is so i itismogrificd that the owner himself u Mild not know it should ho meet it in a u :mgc plttoc. It injure." a plough move it lie still, exposed to tho weather,! r month, than it does to use it. If a nmer bus no room in his barn, or if il not ii suitable place to keep his tools, a -mall bwildiug would cost but a trifle, jTieionl to shelter all of them, and keep b.tn from the weather. 1 w...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 August 1854

4 Semite;) to politics, literature, agriculture, Science,. iMomlitij, anh cncval Intclligc ence. VOL. 14 STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 10, IS54. NO. 39. Published by Theodore Schcch. TERMS Tivo dollars per annum in advance Tuo i dollars and a quarter, half ycarlv md if not paid be- ' lore the end of the year. Two dolla-s and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages nre paid, except at the option of the Editor. ID Advertisements not exceedins one square (Jon lines) will be inserted three weeks tor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent incr!ion. The 1 charge for one and three insertion the same. A liber- : al discount made to yearlv ndvrrti rs. ' 1E7 All letters addressed to the HftiUr must be post- ; paid. ! JOB P II 3 H' T 2 G. i cognomen is the Angel Gabriel, is Mc llavins .general asoitmcnt of lar?e. epunt. plain Swish, though ho is sometimes called Orr, and ornamental Tvpe.xve are prepared i tocKccuteeverydcsciipHoHof 0r Ilorr, in the public p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 August 1854

l)c 3cfFcu5omaii- whig"state"ticket. FOR GOVERNOR. Jns. Polios of Nortlnimbc-rlund TOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. Georg? Darslc, of Alleghonj. FOR JL'DGE OF THE SUPREME COURT. DanieJ L SnsysiT, of Montgomery A Man Accidentally Shot. Mr. John Clara, a citizen of Fell township r "- n . .,..,. .n."nntallv shot, hv juzcrne w., "u ',w Mr. Jno. W. White, on the 2d inst. The fol lowinr. in relation to this sad affair, we ex tract from the " Transcript &, Journal" : It appeared that Mr. John W. Whit while shooting pigeons some three mile: rorth of the city, had accidentally shot Mr , , 01 .i.;.,tr insiaiu ae.un. Mr jonn Vviuui, i" t V.inni ana his wife were at work in the hay field ua.,v the woods where Mr. White wr.s huutirir. Mr. C. told his wife he would g and stv what luck Mr. White waa having in fihoo: iig pigeons, and if he had not got any .c would help him ; he immediately left his wife in the hay-field and went a short dis tarce into the tliicket that skirted the wavdt nrd t-tepped upo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 August 1854

SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY BUTTERY!! (Bv Autitoiutv op the State of Alabama,) -v-v-u. ut t,.c jiavana plan. 10,000 tfttmbtiEs 235 rizs. All the Prizes drawn at each drawing. Class DTo le drawn the 18th of August. Capitals ftrsun 5000 3000 1500 In al, Q39 prt7.cs, amounting to S30.000 Tickets S5.00 HaUes and Quartets in proportion. Bills on all solvent banks taken ni par. All communications strtcl'.v confidentt'il SAMUEL SWA N, Agent & MaSi Sinn nf il, r Llontporr.cry, August lo, i85l. lo the Vo2cfs of Kt OlSl'OC Cosisbj v. citizen At the SoIie.il.-iSinn ,f fltimesous friends 1 have been induced to of let myself as a eanidate for the office of County Commissioner, 3ind respectfully solicit your voles and sup port. Should you deem "proper to elect me, I shall feel deeply grateful, and endeavor lo the best of my ability to discharge the duties of the office faithfully and to Hie best of niv ability. JOHN IIINKEL. ' Hamilton, August 10, ISM. "To tho V tit or of ItSotiroc CiiEt:y. Fel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 August 1854

3. qvicultuu-a I. "WeedsWeeds. We often observe, in massing Lhroujh the country, the pastures of poor farnuj crowded with armies not of Turks and j and other invaders, which not oniyde vour the strength of iho land and pay nothing in return, but continually bay, like impertinent tell-tales, to every pass ing traveler, iu the language of a celebra ted writer, "Behold the field of the slo.h ful, and the field of the man void of un derstanding! For lo, it is all grown over with burdock, and Jobuswoi t has covered the face thereof." Wc take it for granted that uo reader of this journal ever voluntarily allow weeds to grow on his premises, but some, however, obtain stealthy possession and if some of our good friends of this class would go over their grounds, make a care-1 ful observation, and c.-timatc tbo amount of vegetable growth thus feeding on the strength of their soil, which might as well! be wheat, corn, and rutn-bagas, they cer-j tainly would be surprised at the 'amount.; It wou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 August 1854

iiiujwiiiiypMP99pqpp 4KSS 83 JESS tiM Scaotcfr to Jlaliiics, fitcvatuvc, Agriculture, Science, iWovaiUn, nnb eueral intelligence. VOL. 14 STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 17, 1854: NO. 40. . ...."--yT-'f'aaaJt - Jin mvBMA m i rva mm im&VES-1 k&iwkv unnwk r-?3a; rv.w.s :ey h2ss VJPW fmvTw Mfi.V-3iyra iVJ.Sk MJMB V' vSM Published by Theodore Schoclh Tfc.ll.M5 i wo lolI:irs per annum in advance Two ' ttollars and u quarter, half vearlv ;intl if not paid be-1 lore the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. j Xo nanprs )Krnntitinnrt tintil i1! ii-r.innr n n nii.l except it the option of the Editor. 117 Advertisements not excccdins one square (ten lines) will be inserted three wreks Jor one dollar, and iwenty-iive cents tor evcrv subsequent insoriion. I He charge for one and three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to yearly advertisers, lo' All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB PUI S'TIIVG. Having n general assortment of large, elegant, pla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 August 1854

i niiinni.ml-i.'.i'i"i Sl)c Jcffcvsonittjj. THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1854. WHIG STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR. Jas. Pollock, of Northumberland FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. George Darsie, of Allegheny. FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT. Daniel M. Sniyser, of Montgomery JIT The Fall Term of the Ladies' In etitute of the Penn Medical University of Philadelphia, will commence in October, oa may be seeu in another column. At this Institution, Ladies havo an opportu nity of obtaining a thoroughly Scientific Medical Education, or any part thereof, us the branches of .study are divided ac cording to their natural order of succes sion. This is as it should bo. Alarming Drought in Middle and South ern Illinois Half the Crop cut off. Accounts reach us of the prevalence of drought in the Middle and Southern counties of Illinois, the couutry being la terally parched up. The Chicago Dem ocratic Press says it extends as far north ward as Livingston county, as the Chicago and Mississippi Railroad, 'which is only ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 August 1854

LADIES? INSTITUE OF THE tonn Medical University of Philadelphia. The Fall Term of this new Medical School for Ladies, will commence on the first Mon day in Oct'r, 1S54, and continue four months. The System of Teaching, here pursued, is entirely new, and is more comprehensive, thorough, liberal and practical, than that of any oilier Medical School in the country. It "is based, as far aa possible, upon the positive "Sciences, consequently, free from nil sects nd dogma a. The branches of study are di vided according to their natural order of suc cession, and taught in four progressive cour ses of four months each ; there are two cour ses m each year, thus enabling the students to pass successively through all four courses within two years. By this arrangement the tudy is rendered easy, and possessed of daily increasing interest. Ladies desiring a thoroughly scient fic Med ical Education, or any part particularly in teresting them, have facilities here nowhere lee to be found. For Annou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 August 1854

Agricultural. The Object of Plowing. The object of plowing is not fully un derstood and coiifidercd by the majority of those who perforin the work; if it were, it would be doue" more faithfully and thoroughly. It is not alone to kill the weeds aud grass, nor even to furnish a soed-bed of fresh turned soil for plant ing or sowing nor anything which looks! merely to the inversion of the sod, : which constitutes good plowing. Large plows, turning a wide and . shallow lur row, will show a large day's worn but the work is very imperfectly accomplish ed when the true object of farming i considered. The chief value of plowing the preparation it gives the soil for pro ducing vegetation for giving to the plant sown or planted, the elements of growth and fruitfulnesa. It should tho roughly pulverise and loosen the testure of the soil, and thus admit a free circu lation of air and moisture, which, by chemical action, disintegrates or breaks down the stony or mineral portions of the game, so th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 August 1854

i - - - i " , . - ' ' ' - WJ I milMiy Tl' 1 11 " 11 ml l M l Wl lllli I i H W....I.I II jmm'IWI I ...IIMl.i..l W.fB 1 . .lnnil ia"WW I ii I. Win , n . j Wl 1 In ! II I I m . I II M IM W HHllEM.. M II ll W 1 1 I iJJ 11 ' ' J-' 1 ' 1 'J wl " WM ' "'WH UliU HMWJ MUjF-UII WCMMgWB "PCTIWPMj. , vssJ ikmmwmM SS0? Si1 WS) 'sdggggg ilir (ifeiP llr Isi Ng sia ,sai Nil 3fl r JSJcuotcb to polities, iicratuvc, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitH, anb eucral Intelligence. VOL. 14 STR0UD8BURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 24, IS5 NO 41, i 1 jit n Published by Theodore School . TERMS Two dollars per annum jn advance To ojjiurs an 1 a quarter, h:U yearly and if not paid be- . , , . . , , ... , toic the end of tiipyoar. Two dollars and a lmif nes anybody but a rich man her idle ana ex- cT:a pensive habits keep him always poor. If she nSiiiV; catchcs;i Prize which Perhaps, one in a nventy-five cents for evcrv sti'jSL-qnent inspruon. The thousand may do, ten to one she soon dis charge for one and th"ec insert...

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