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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 December 1857

m Mwmwwt mtm n im im i hi w iacn iwnn mrnrwr f l)c Jcffcvsonian. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1857. The Consistency of the Monroe Democrat In looking over the Democrat of De comber 3d we Gnd for once, it arrayed in tbe cause of humanity and justice. I even went so far as to condemn the action of the Kansas Constitutional Convention which originated in violence aud fraud and was established by injustice. The Democrat in substance said : Wc were led to believe, aud on our faith we helped to lead others to believe that the members of the Constitutional Convention would continually keep in view the doctrine o popular sovereignty, as promulgated in tbe Kansas Nebraska bill ; and that they 'would act honorably and without partial ity to any of the sentiments which have heretofore divided and distracted the Territory. But we were deceived our selves and in turn have involuntarily aid cd in deceiving our neighbors. So far 7 as the Convention acted it made itself a complete clap-trap of slavery in...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 December 1857

'. s V 5 ' t THE NEW YORK LEDGrDR FOR 1858! THE BEST FAMILY PAPER IN THE WORLD ! All the Favorite Writers retained, end new ones added. Still Greater attractions for the Neto Year. The circulation of the NEW YORK LED GER is now Three Hundred and Thirty Thousand Copies, which is greater than that of any Ten other Literary Papers in A- mcrica. The profits on this unparalleled circula tion enable the propri etor of THE LEDGER to expend sums upon it which would soon swamp any ordinary publication. A paper with a cir- 5 culation of only a hun dred thousand or so would sink under the expenses of THE LED GER iti less than six months. All of the old and Favorite contributors will continue to write for THE LEDGER as - 5 v ' " heretofore. - ; No expense will be g spared to secure oth ers whose pens shall lie considered compe tent to add to THE LEDGER'S attrac tions and usefulness. Mrs. EMMA D. E. N. SOUTHWORTH writes only fur THE NEW YORK LED - GER. FANNY FERN writes only for THE NEW YORK LED...

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 December 1857

f ( 8r No such Word as Fail.'? A RESISTLESS REMEDY. HO LLO WAY'S OSNTME ff T Cirrular lo t!e Sick. " .'The hVt luspital surgeons nnl rncdica "plMfriip )f Ktirnpe admit the unpnraltele ami intl imttiatory and healing properties o -this Ointment: governments srincimi its u" in Their naxa' and iinlit.iry services; anJ the -nias'ys in ibis country atitl throughout tin .world 10. ose the inmost confidence in its curative properties. It penetrates tlie source dCjntlammalion am' ri option which under lie the external evidence of disease, ami 1 nctilrali.u the fieiy elements which feed -and ex.isperate the milady, KltcmnulxMit, Scrofula, Erysipe las. .-These are among ihe most terrihle nml .agonizing dieaMs ol the muscles, and fleshy ' ..fibre nl the skin; vet tti the worst forms, and nl.rii .-ceniiiigly incuraide, they invariably disappear tinner a persevering application ol this soothing, healing, antidote to pain ami lnnammalion Sail Rh vu ui, Fever Sores, Slifl Joint. In caes of Salt Rh...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 January 1858

UKv. jpcuotcb to jpolitics, iCttcvatua, Agriculture, Science, JilovaHtjr, anii General Jhttelligcnc.e. a (fei. f f -i K ... STRATTDSBURGy MONROE COUNTY, 'PA; NUARY T; I88. .N.O- .3 Published by Theodore Schocht TRaIS Two'lnllars per innum in ad vanr.c Two "iollirs and a quarter, half yearly and 11 not paid before the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. No napnrsdisenntinued until allarrearagcsare paid except at the option of the Edil or. IE? Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten ines) will he inserted three weeks for one dollar, and wenty-fi vc cents for every subsequent insertion. The chrgc for one and three insertion? the same. A lib r! discount made to yearly ad vert iers. ID" All letters Addressed to the Editoi nuslbcpost paid. ' JOB PHI KTIIVG. iTarinp a general assortmentof large. elegant, plain .. 11 ,1 ri'i innnl 1 P.nr ti'n ,rn nrnn,lfil iiuuiii.i.ih.iii.ii . ....... I,....,.... to cxce.utccvcry description of JW' 3PMSSTl?SS."a rds,Circulrs,nill Heads, Notes. ni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 January 1858

have niadc is not particularly obnoxious. Bat, sir, tho President of the United States-is: really and siucerelj of the. opin ion t!mt tlu Slavery clause haw becu fair ly ami "impartially submitted to the free acceptance or rejection of the people Kaua-; and that inasmuch us that was the exciting and paramount question, if they pet the riU-to vote as they please on that .-object, they ought to be satisfied; n ml pos-ibly it might bd letter if we would accept it, and put an cod to the question. Let afc a.-.k, id the Slavery clause fair ly .-ununited, to that the people can vote lor or against I Suppo-e I wire a eitiz n g,f, Kansas, and should e.o up to the polls and .Siiy, 'I desire to vote to make Kau nas a slave State; here i my ballot. They ?eply jo uir, ''Mr. Double , ju-t vote for fliat'Oou.-tituticu first, if jou iilea.se." '"Oh, no !M I answer, "I cannot vote for thai 'Constitution coni-cieutiously. Iam oppo.-cd to the clause bj v.hich you lo cate certain railroads, in such a w...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 January 1858

THE NEW YORK LED GDB, FOR 18SS! THE BK8T FAMILY PAPER IN THE WORLD ! All the Favorite Writers retained, and new ones added. Still Greater allractioiis for the New Year. The circulation of the NEW YORK LED GER is now Three Hundred and Thirty Thousand Copies, which is greater than that of any Tei thtr Literary Papers in A- ih erica, The profits on this unparalleled circula tion enable the propri- 4 etor of THE LEDGER to expend sums upon it Which would sewn twamp any ordinary publication. A paper with a cir 'culntiou of only a linn- dred thousand or eo . . would sink under the expenses of THE LED GER in less than six taontlia. All of -the old and Favorite contributor. . . will continue ' write . v , for THE LEDGER as heretofore. No expense will b spared to eecure oth i rs whose pens dial I be considered compe tent to add to THE -I- 4 '5T LEDGER'S attrac r i tions &ud usefulness. Mr?. EMMA D. E. JV SOUTH WORTH writes only for THE NEW YORK LED GER, FANNY FERN write only for THE NEW Y...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 January 1858

M No such Wior&as Fail." A II E SISTLE ScR E M ED Y. If OLIO WAY' S 01 NT ME NX- '.. "Circular to ilm Sick. i ' Tlib liit lnspital surgeons and medical putttiriis of F.nrope admit ihe unparalleled .uniliffl tmmaiury and healing properties oi tliis;Ointnicni; governments sancion iu use f in their nacal and military services; and the iitasycs ip this country and. throughout ,the ' world leposc the utmost confidence in its oiinifive properties. It penetrates the sources ffrinflammaiion and corruption whirl) under- "ITc "the external evidence of disease, and rtteutrahxe the liery elements which feed antUqxasperale the malady. : Hiictuuiilisiii, Scrofula, Erysipc las. rThesc are among the most terrible and agonizing diseases of the muscles, and fleshy fibre of the skin; yet in the worst forms, and wTien seemingly incurable, they invariably disappear under a persevering application of thin soothing, healing, antidote to pain and 'inflammation: Salt K hcum, Fever Sores Stiff Joints. In...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 January 1858

JDouotcb to jpolitics, fitcratuvc, Agriculture, Science, iUoarlitn, anfc eneval iTntcUigcncf. -Pt 3 - ' : 3-.-. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 14, 1858. Published I)V Theodore ScIlOCh. i trms-ti toJiars per annum in mivancc-Ttto Vlalliri'a'il i ai trior, half ycarlvmU u not paid , Noo extent at tneopMon oiu.c iv.ui or. , JD-AtllcUcrs.adrossedtoihcEditornustbepost tflid. - .--.--- JOR PRIHTIKG. . j HAvtngaj!L-ncraia5yorimcni.ii...i;b--.f- a ecJteevoW S'&tSr S?SUESMJE5fc! Ar.u!r,re..u,niniieads.Noics.Biank itcecip ' Justir.rs, i.eai and other Wanks. Pampiiicis, &c luliKth "C-ll"CSS l,csputot' ou reuM"'-; AT THE OFFICE OF TBEJEFFERJ-OSiAX. n Fa per Hanger, .AND AKD S!G?I FAINTER. fihnn in Aiiraeher's building, on Kliz- ,' abeth .-trcet, Stroudsburg, Pa., where j mav he had at all times ! C eli n invc ttftnis A- Chtiffnre i ???.,, , , , 7 l"1 ibJ wliirh will be fold at the lowest rates. , Call and esamine before purchasing ilewhere. THE BKSDE OF AN ElEXIKG. BV EMMA D. E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 January 1858

Lnans 10th of April, 1833, over - due temporary J$i00,000 00 -' Loonsot'Uih of iSlay, 1851, over1 due, temporary 101,000 00 Go rtiti cites of 'stock, loans of A- prll i.l34d, G per cent, 00,501 00 Certificates' of stuck, loans - of vurmus dates, 5 per cent, 0,310 04 It el i el nulos cancelled and de stroyed, . 373,040 00 lUiltuf notes jn Treasury, set uaide Jlbr cuieelutioti, 30,000 00 Totl, 1,01,807 64 A required by law, 1 directed the ccr titfcatca and evidences of this iudebted c&so. bo cancelled; and on the 10th ol September, lo57, ia&ued my proclaina '1k.ii declaring the payment, extinguish ment, aud dual dt:-chargo ol' Sl,U-life37.-e? til ot the public di-bt. In addition to the amount reported to by m the Treasury to the credit of the . i-tliking luud, and applicable to the pay . incut of the public debt, the commission via ol the luud now hold Hie sum of 87, 51111,000 bonds of the Pennsylvania Rail road Company, pledged by the law to the pnyiuout of tiie fuuded debt o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 January 1858

3 4; fifcay e taught to think and how to think to investigate, and know for themselves; and thus be fitted and prepared for the mgu anu rcfrpcufcible duties of the man i- and the citizen. , This deficiency can only he pupplied by State Nerma! Schools for the education of teachers. To thciu we must look., The future ia full of hope. Much has al ready been done to provide for their es tablishment and support. In connection with honoroble individual effort, more legislative encouragement may be requir ed. It should be given cheerfull v and promptly. No subject of greater interest can claim your attention; uo one appeals wim more reason and truth, to duty and patriotism Teachers' Institutes, as auxtlary to Nor mal Schools, through their agency, sus tained by the noble and sclf-deuvin cf- torts ol tno teachers themselve much good has-been accomplished in cducatiuu and training teacher, and in dignifying u projesMon too long undervalued by those no.-t deeply interested in their usc- lul l...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 January 1858

i d; ,4'-.' -i.- W 'Am? V M OX HOE COUNTY ..JivSPhti rate of Insurance is one dollar on rH Ihe thousand dollars insured, after "which payment no subsequent tax will .iho. levied, except to cover actual loss or ;.vdaijjag(jL by five, that may fall upon mcm--.. ljajs t the company. A .JIMip nctt profits arising from interest pr otlturvisc., will be ascertained yearly, for which each member in proportion to hii, ,lnyj or their deposit, will have a loradit in the company. Each insurer in tV wkh.the said company will be a mem- . ..b.ar thereof during the term of his or her policy. The principle of Mutual Insur 7 rajc has been thoroughly tested has Ijcen tried by the unerring test of experi- ficnog,, and has proved successful and be ,v piiitt.yery popular. It affords the grcat- I tLjSiscurity against loss or damage by 1$ on tne most advantageous ana rea jSouajJle terms & JflpHqatioiis for Insurance to in .person, or by letters addrcsse be made dressed to Y.M .K. H avi land, Secretary ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 January 1858

CiiiiSaiiiiiiEiiSafilttliS ;SJcDOtcb:to politics, literature, agriculture, Science, illdarlitij, ctiii (Scncral JIntelligence. 1o i V'0LriS. STROUDSBURGr, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 2I,1S5S. I Published by Tlwodorc Scho e!Y TRIM"? -Two Inlliirs per annum in advance Two tnlhrs un:l a quArtcr. half marly mil if not paid bcftiethp end of the year. Two dollars and ahull. Nu p ipers lisrsnntinnod until allarrcaragcsarc paid fcxcy.t u the option of the Bailor. Cy Iveiliscmetils nol e-ceelin;i one square (ten linoM will he fn.r.cl three uxcTs lor one dollar, and wcnty-five cents for ever y subsequent insertion. The chirse for one and three insertion? the same. A lib er! i!i.coutit made to ycnrlv advertisers. ItT Alllettcrs iddresscd to the Editor rnustbc post iid.- JOB PRIKTI IG. Hrinp a general assortment of larpe. elegant, plain and ornamental Tvpe, vc areprcpaicd to cxeoutecveiy desci iptiniinf Oar U.Oircul irs, Hi tl Heads, Notes .Mank Ueecip Jmtiei-s, l.cji I and other Hianks. Pamphle...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 January 1858

Sl)c Jcffcvsonian. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1858. V Vn rrrnlr in our article on the "Consistency of the Monroe Democrat .nmfTiittnd an an error or two; which we wish to correct. The article reads "flue tuations of the Democrat;" when we in tended it to be fluctuation, &c. Thft next is. "we held that Congress was not the proper party to determine whether slavery .should go into territory that was free at the tia.e it came in pos session of the United States." We in tended it to be, we held that Congress wa the proper party &c. The New U. S. Treasury notes, whic have just been engraved by Ilawdon & Co., New York, are to be forwarded to "Wellington, to be signed and delivered early next week. They are prouounccd rtmiisita specimens of art. The Tribune i i jays "the 1000V have the American Ea gle with expanded wiius for the princpa igiuette, with the portrait of the Presi dent of the United States on the right and n fiVure of Justice on the left. The 5U0.' o have for the princi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 January 1858

1 i wcntjfo -my .brother's houc to kill -ray. brother and his wife. I kicked the pau- cm ui mo uuur ui, uut uiey naa goue a- way. I went and searched lor hiui. "Went, homo and clept until near mornine. On awakening, I left the house and met fcuyuiai .puiaous coming toward tuo uoue. T-flrt nnf r.f.01..n .. l. T I 1 tf . 1 f v viuvvi, nnu L uuu iuiui U1UU (If. tnc aceu previous to tim. As they ap- nrnnolind m snmo zA "Th.. ;.. wrii'f f 7 " t t : , " f. Tl, .if i. t i in k wn.s niinnr. niniir rnn. vnc nt m , , . . nuaki uau Dcen uomg. i iota lucui it was none of their business. Part of the company held mo, while a couple of them went to the nouse aud returned, and afterward they took mc to Potter's, where I was arrested by the Constable , THE DUMB WITNESS. Bcidc the murderer and his victims, there' was but a .-ingle witness to the aw- ful deed. A family dog was in tho room, rind the prisoner affirms that duriuz hi,-' bloody wo ib this animal several tunes at tacked him: that he tried t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 January 1858

EM J MjrTfi 1 j " MONKOE COUNTY iTfuiiinl Fira InMii-miru Co:j:;'j nphc rate of Insurance is one dollar on the thousand dollars insured, after which payment no subsequent tax will he levied, except to cover actual loss or damage by fire, that may fall upon mem bers of the company. The nctt profits arising from interest or otherwise, will be ascertained yearly, for which each member rn proportion to his, her, or their deposit, will hare a credit in the company. Each insurer in or- with the said company will be a mem ber thereof during the term of his or her polic J he principle of Mutual Inst ance has been thoroughly tested has been tried by the unerring test of experi ence, and has proved successful and be come very popular. It affords the great est security against loss or damage by fire, on the most advantageous and rea sonable terms. Applications for Insurance to be made in person, or by letters addressed to M'm .K. II a vi land, Sccrckinj. MANAGERS. ,Stogdcll Stotkc-, llobert Bo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 January 1858

; . ' .. I '.-i "5 3tS ,ii a i '.-.'t-J ft . ; - - - - - - : , Iwiih hiii ii ii mi u iini"- 'nr- my 1 " " . - -iCT'lZTrr T-TT . '- ry II t . .-rrr II1 1 - " V n-K-.'.mtnnii .. tur i t MaacaarjrnnrinTTrn i. y.Mjtw.TrrraTiTT.Tr.atMcaiamjrrTCTiirhra-r, i 1 1 1 i .mCTr.trfOTff,iTmpm n i ,JiJrrrrx;CTnTrTTTr4T?;-t ry 1 ' J- - . . . ' ' ' ' i ......- i . . . i iDcuotcb to"i3crlitixs, literature, Agriculture, -Sckncfc,. iHqarliin, ani)" encral Sntelligciue. -- -3 -a? o i P.J aSlSO H i I T E II NT-yNv p lo IU r-s.u o f ; a p nu si j,n a d wa n c c T t uoilifs hh i a quitficr. Jnir v,0Rri--n it Cf,rothecmli1fil(rVWr,TiinlWn,,rSHhhff: ' nil;lf!fr. !n1f V.rar nl It no! n:lld "irVV.VLVJ:.?:. lt!ifcs)f(hpincri-.l toOAo;;o!ir. ir. aw ?..V'm , uiT, ch:in:e for)i)iVantl Uiraajiai-a)H !.o4s;uiic crHdtnit AWe iArtviniiTiiii?6rs. "." - xmcmx -kl-JL . : ' .ri J O J2 E 51 1 ft T 5 KG Il.ivinc a ffpncratassorlnicnt of Jarsc.clcfrant.pl i -. .'.l . .. r -7-. .. .. ...... . r .i to cwnilpevivrv ilesciip''"!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 January 1858

representatives of tho people and of the States in Congress assembled, Kill meet that question under all the responsibili ties which they owe to tbeir constituents, and which are imposed upon them by tbeir oaths of office; and with full infor mation upon matters of fact important to the formation of a final judgment. E vents are constantly occuring iu the ter ritory which will afford matter for Con gressional debate, and may afiect tho ul timate dech-iou. To the people of Pennsylvania the ad mission of n dcw State into the Union into the confederacy of which she is n member must bo at nil times a pubject ol high interest. And I believe I express their sentiments as well as my own, in de claring that all the qualiGed electors of a Territory should hovo a full and fair op portunity to participate in selecting dele gates to form a Constitution preparatory to admission as a State, and, if desired by them, they should also be allowed an un qualified right to vote upon such Consti tution ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 January 1858

t The debate Coinmittco on Territories faavo btiatoimously recommended tho ad xclsfiidH 'of Minnesota into tho Union. lb Oregon there are 28,000 males and only 10,000 female, according to the -census. This disparity arises in all flew Territories. HoUoway's Fills Cluonic Dysj)ej)sia Cured. Among tho triumphs of this wonderful medicine over confirmed disea ses of the stomach and epigastrium, the following is not the least remarkable. Edward Stillman, aged 51, residing at Hagerstown, Md., had Leon for eleven years a sufferer from indigestion and its painful concomitants. His appetite was irregular, his frame emaciated, his skin of a livid, unhealthy hue, and he had a con stant feeling of constriction at the pit of tho stomach, aa u a cord were being drawn tightly around it. He wa3 con tinually in a state of great mental as well as bodily distress, and, to u-e his own cspiession, "life had become irksome to him." In the month of December last he commenced taking Holloway's Pills. "With...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 January 1858

i -M ON It OB- COLiVi Y P"""5!""!1'a Vhlfc Ticiir.nm !e An fTAHnV nil thc thousand dollars insured, after- iKeh payment no sttbeerjuci't tx will W .levied, except to cover actual loss or ly-nre,'tht may rail upon mcin of the company... rins nett profits arfcinr from in tores or' fttnenvifcc, will be ascertaniea yearly .fiiriwhich oswh mclitber in proportion lo UiS, her. or thHv deposit, will have credit in the company. Kaeh insurer i it or with the said company will be a mem bci; thereof during the term of his or her policy. I he principle of -Mutual insur anae has been thoroughly tested ha boon tried by the unerring test, of cxperi and has proved successful and be uome very popular. It affords the crcat BtT security against loss or damage b SrtVon the most advantageous and rea ftfrible terms. Applications for Insurance to be made in person, or by letters addressed to "War. .K. D avi LAND Secretary JIAXAQBUS . Slog doll Siotkes, Robert Boj-s, "Tames H. Walton, Silas L. Drake, . . 0....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 February 1858

-minrm m 1 EDeuotcii to politics, itcratuvc, Agriculture, Science, iiloariitu, aub eueral intelligence. VOL 13. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY 4,1858. NO. 7. Published bv Theodore Schoel TERMS -Tai loll.irs per annum in advance Two JoHir? anl h fjvi iftcr. half yearly .ind 11 not paid bcf'ire the einl of the year. Tw o dollars and a hall. No papers liscrnitinund until allnrrearagc&arc paid except at the option of the Editor. JC Advertisements not p.xceedinR one s-qnare (ten lines) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and wenty-five cents for evcrv subsequent insertion. The vhargc for one and three insertions the same. A lib fcrt? discount made to ycarlv advertisers. ID" Alllettcrs iddresscd to the Editor mustbc post paid. JOB PRIKT1KG. Ilaving a general assortment of larpe.elepanl. plain and ornamental Type, w care prepared to execute every !.. i pilot- of Cards. CircuUrs.H ill Heads, Notes. Blank Iteceip Juitices. Lcsnl and other thcr Blanks. Pamphicis, a-c i ...

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