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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 January 1843

-i The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. VOL. 3. STROUDSB ORG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1843. Kr; "4 I. NOTICE Or those who arc afiout to build or repair. The timdersigncd respectfully informs the public iliat he is duly authorised to sell the Right of the Johnson Re-acting Water wheel, to the counties of Monroe and Pike, patented the 22d day of June, A. D. 3 840. The Johnson rc-acting wheel is the best now in use to propel a saw mill; it excels any other wheel in the United States under a low water head; under a head from 5 to 7 feet is suffi cient to cut from 2 to 3000 feel in twelro hours of inch or any other boards with ease. The wheels require, under a 7 fool head, 140 inches of water and so in proportion to any other head. Under, a 7 foot head, the Saw will make from 200 io 250 strokes per minute. The advan tage which those wheels have over any other wheels is, thai it requires hut four pasta to make the floom or bulk hea...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 January 1843

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. mode, in which we can prove our own sinccri ty,and satisfy the people that we are truly in earnest. Let us act upon this policy, and 1 trust the present session will furnish an exam pie worthy the imitation of future legislatures. It will afford me great pleasure to join with you in all efforts to render it deserving of that proud and honorable distinction. A firm and manly exertion, on our part, to do much, and to do it well, in a short time, will both pro mote the public welfare, and secure the pub lie approbation. No stronger incentives to duty can possibly be afforded to honest and in tclligent servants of the people. DAVID R. PORTER. ElKCTITIi ClIAMUEIl, ) Harrisburg, January 4, 1843. JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN geroudsbttrg, January 11, 1813. Terms, $1,00 in advancer $2.23, naif yearly; and 52,50 if not imtJ bufoio the end of the vcar. Appointments by the Commissioners for 1843. CLERK John D. Morris, Esq. ATTORNEY M. "NL DnrnicR, Esq. Appointment by the Po...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 January 1843

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN JURY LIST. Persons drawn to serve as Grand Jurors for February term, 1843. 1 Joseph Johnson, Ros3 2 Rudolph Smith, Middle Smithfield 3 Jacob Ruth, Hamilton , . t Thomas Rhoads. Stroud 5 Joseph Greenswcig, Ross fi Smith Price, Price 7 David Lee sr., Stroud 8 Alfred Drake do 9 Jacob H. Eylenberger, Middle Smithfield 10 Peter Storm, Price 1 1 Peter Williams, Hamilton 12 Joseph W Drake, Stroud 13 Philip Krasge, Chesnuthill 14 Charles Postens, Smithfield , " 15 William Adams, Tobyhanna JO Felix Storm, Hamilton ' 17 John Mansfield, do . - , 18 Jacob Sprigle do . 19 William A Broadhead, Smithfield - ; 20 Ezekial Reemer, Hamilton y '' 21 Jacob Hilgart, Price ' "y 22 Peter Merwine, Tobyhanna f.( 23 Jacob JJisbing, Pocono 24 Peter Keller, Stroud List of Petit Jurors for February Term, 1813. 1 John Labar, Pocono 2 William D. Walton, sr. Stroud 3 Jasper Vliet, Coolbaugh 4 James McNeal, Stroud 5 Henry Yetter, Pocono 6 Joseph Metzgar, Hamilton 7 Jacob Spinner, Middle Smith...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 January 1843

JEFFEJISONIAN REPUBLICAN. Talcrary, Domestic, :tisl Fashionable Family RlRgaziue. Godcy's Lady's Hook for 1843. EDITED bv Mns. S. J. HALE & OTHERS The Long Established Arbiter of TASTE, FASHION & BELLES LETTRES FOR THE LADIES OF AMERICA. Gonnv's Lady's Hook having been for so long u series of years recognized as the exclusive and indisputable guide to the fair sex in matters of taste, fashion, and literature the only work con ducted by DISTINGUISH KD FEMALE AUTHORS, who have won for themselves a high place among the guiding spirits of the age the only work which in point of fact has been KXCLUSIVKLY DI'.VOTED TO THE LADIES,' its favour with its fair patrons lias not been less remarkable than its porfect adaptation to their feel ings and tastes and their requirements. In entering tipon a new year, the publisher, without diminish ing in the least that sterling and useful Literature, which has lone resulted from laying under contri bution the native good sense and elegant fancy...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 January 1843

. 5"' ft'' The whole art ok Government consists in the art op beino honest. Jefferson. VOL. 3. STROUDSB ORG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1843. N o. 45. NOTICE Or those who arc aliout to build or repair. The umdersigncd respectfully informs the public that he is duly authorised to sell the Right of the Johnson Re-acting Water wheel, to the counties of Monroe and Pike, patented die 22d day of June, A. D. 1840. The Johnson re-acting wheel is the best now in use to propel a saw mill; it excels any other wheel in the United states under a low water head; under a head from 5 to 7 feet is suffi cient to cut from 2 to 3000 feet in twclro hours of inch or any oilier boards with ease. The wheels require, under a 7 foot head, 140 inches of water and so in proportion to any other head. Under a 7 foot head, tho Saw will make from 200 to 250 strokes per minute. The advan tage which (hose wheels hare over any other wheels is, that it requires buifour posts to make the doom or bulk h...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 January 1843

4fe JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. ing methodist." At n love-feast, a short time Btibsequent, he gave in his experience, and re vealed the mystery of his conviction and con rersion to his astonished neighbors. The Reverend Simon Slubbleworth, who had faith fully kept the secret until that time, could con lain it no longer, but gave vent to his feeling in convulsive peals of laughter, as the burning tears of heartfelt joy coursed their way down bis cheeks. "Yes my brethren? ho said, "it's all a fact I did maul the grace into his unbeliev ing soul, ther'es no doubtP The blacksmith of the mountain pass became s happy man, and a Methodist preacher. Ma con Ga.) paper. JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Stroudsburg, Jaunary 1, 1843. Terms. 'J,00 :n advance; 53.53, naif yearly: and $2,50 if not ' . 1 r rf ttio voir We arc indebted to Senator Kidder, for his polite and early transmission to us, of a public document. Our new U. S. Senator The election for the choice of a Senator to rep resent this State in t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 January 1843

& JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Saturday Evening Post, Godeifs Lady's Book, The Casket, Tlie Gentleman's Magazine, now Graham s Magazine, The Philadelphia Sa turday Courier,and The Daily Chronicle. HARLES ALEXANDER, the FOUNDER of the above named popular works, having Y,ad an experience of more than twenty years in ,iie business 01 PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS, Lad possessing the most extensive Printing Office U Philadelphia, with ample means and facilities f every description, is enabled to offer to the thtir. AN EXTRAORDINARY NEWSPA- ?ERt which, whether considered in reference to es richly varied and valuable contents, its 1M- .ri. fiizE. Or itS PERFECT ADAPTATION TO ALL ,. isscs. may safely be pronounced tho PARAGON OF THE WEEKLY PRESS! THE ONLY DOLLAR WEEKLY PUBLISHED IN PHILADELPHIA ! Alexander's Express MesscEEgcE Ifas now been published foi six years, and during hit pel10" 11 nas secureu il tiifuiaiiuu mniiT a. 1Q tliia tr fXBAlihElJ Ix miin iinjuni,. 10 'ilia lu te wondered at when...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 January 1843

JJEFFERSONIXN REPUBLICAN. Brilliance, Utility and Economy Combined 1 TEN COPIES FOR TEN DOLLARS ! MISS LESLIE'S MAGAZINE, OR THE HOME DOOK OF LITERATURE, FASHION, AND UU.UBST1U ECONOMY. The .First Number will bo issued in JANUARY 1613, and will contain FIVE SPLENDID PLATES. Edited bv Miss E. LESLIE, author of Mrs. Washington Potts," &c. and T. S. ARTHUR, au thor of "Sis Nights with the Washingtonians,"&c. Embellished with the most exquisite Mezzotint and Steel Plates, and splendid coloured Plates of xtiQ fashions. Tho great demand which has existed for the past vear. for Godev's LadvVs Hook. Graham's Magazine, and other kindred publications, has in duced tho subscriber to present to the public a Aiontniy Magazine, similar in us general features lo the popular works refeired to, but with some claims to attention which they do not possess. For mis purpose ne nas secured tne aid oi jC. LESLIE, universally known as the first female writer of the age, and particularly distinguish...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 January 1843

4 it. jKj!S The whole art ov Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. VOL. 3. STKOUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1843. No.. 46, 3r PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCIJOCU. '"TIS Two dollars iicr annum in ndrancc Two dollars ' a martcr, half yearly, and if not paid before the end ol rrir. Two dollars and a half. Those nho receive their r bv a carrier orst;:gc drivers employed by the propric- . i be charged 7 1-2 cts. per year, extra, v', t. tlrs discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except . np-;on of the Editor. v-Uvrtienicnts not exceeding one square (sixteen lines i i r ir,rrted lhrce weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents , n subsequent insertion larger ones in proportion. A account will be made to yearly advertisers. 'Aii letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. .TOSS PRINTING. .us general assortment of lare elegant plain and orna iiirat al Type, we arc prepared to execute every des cription of Icartls, Circulars, Bill I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 January 1843

JJflFFERSONTAN REPUBLICAN. JEFFE IIS ONI AN REPUBLICAJN j Stroudsbarf, January 25, 1843. Terms, $2,00 :n ruivnnce; naif yearly; anil $2,50 If not paid bt'foic the end of the vc-ar. rev Judges. The following gentlemen have been recently ap pointed and commissioned, as President Judges of this Commonwealth, for the term of ten years, by Gov. Porter. Hon. Ellis Lewis, for the Second Judicial Dis trict, composed of the counties of Lancaster and York. Charles G Dotmell, Esq. for tho Eighth Judi cial District, composed of the counties of Lycom ing, Columbia, and Northumberland. Hon. Anson V. Parsons, for the Court of Gen eral Sessions of the City and County of Philadel phia. In addition to these, the Senate, at their present Session, have already confirmed the appointments of at least twenty persons as Associate Judges, in the various counties, who will be commissioned, respectively, for the term of five years. Another Previous Pardon. When tho Defendants, on the I2ih inst., were called u...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 January 1843

JEFFERSOMAN REPUBLICAN Disappearance of Fixed Stars. More than thirteen stars have disappeared within the last two years. One of these presented Ftich a brilliant appearanco for about sixteen ntottthsas to be visible to the naked eyeatmid dav. La Place supposed it was burning up' as it lias never been seen since. At the election Tor Mayor of Pittsburg, Mr. Hay received 1 153 votes, Mr. Dixon 763. and Mr.' Thompson 719. Tho first independent second. Democratic and the third. Whig. Review of the ITIrJtcls. .Philadelphia, January 21, IS 12- FLOUR. Sales were made early in the i week of 500 bbls. choice brands fur city use, in j small lots, at $1,12; and a further sale of 800 bids, for shipping at S4, with Minus odds and ends thrown in. Still later sales of 1700 bhls. it SI. Rvc Flour Sales of small jots at $2,- 87. Corn Meal, sales of 450 barrels Ponna. at j $-2.25; Brandywino S2.50. GRAIN. But few transactions have taken place, the stock on hand being very light. Sales of Wheat at pri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 January 1843

J E F FE R S 0 NT AN REPUBLICAN. Te Saturday Earning Post, Godey's Lady. Book, The Casket, The Gentleman's Magazine, now GrahatrCs Magazine, The Philadelphia Sa turday Couricr,and The Daily Chronicle. CHARLES ALEXANDER, the FOUNDER of the above named popular works, having had an experience of more than twenty years in the business of PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS, nnd possessing the most extensive Printing Office in Philadelphia, with ample means and facilities of every description, is enabled to offer to the public AN EXTRAORDINARY NEWSPA PER, which, whether considered in reference to its kiciily vaiusd and vamjarlk contents, its IM MENSE SIZE, or its PEKFECT ADAPTATION TO ALL classes, may safely be pronounced the PARAGON OF THE WEEKLY PRESS! THE ONLY DOLLAR WEEKLY rUHLISHED IN PHILADELPHIA ! Alexander's Express Messenger Has now been published for six years, and during lhat period it has secured a circulation without a PARALLEL IN LIT81UUY HISTORY!! JOr IS this tO lie wondered at when i...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 February 1843

ftamblttMi 0!ttm The whole art osf Government consists in the art of being honest---Jefiersoa STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 184a No, 47. VOL. 3. - ' - i ill ill I I IB III! . . . - - , ... - t PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOCH. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars n4 1 amrter, half yearly, undlf not paid before the end ol he vcar Tvo dollars and a half. Those rvho receive their n,r,r hv a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprie tor. Vi I l"bc charged 7 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except .' the option of the Editor. trK frcrliseinents not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) nMlbe inserted three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents cvery subsequent inscition larger ones in proportion. A ibcral discount will be made to yearly advertisers. tT7'1 letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB PRINTING. ninn" a ceneral assortment of large elegant plain and orna iuental T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 February 1843

-yjSFPE'RSONIAN REPUBLICAN : , . --r-r. - - .urrr-..:. .... --r St routes!; Ezrg, Febrtsary 1, . i-.-s r.-i-r -j:-1--r.-r-rr-.TT.zr-.;; : - wo dvuno. nntf yearly ; and 50 ,f not TSic' Somcrs Mill my. j The .Rclrt;of thG Gourt onnqu.rym tins case , as reached. Washington, and been promulgated i ynhe Secretary of the Navy. The Court, vvmchf has reached. Washincton, and been promulgated by nhe Secretary of the is; a vy. 1 he Court, Vbiclif4 - was compesRd'ot uorntnouorcs otewari, uanas auu Jonesf were unanimous in their opinion, that Com mander MfcKenzie was notonly justified in exc cutTtig the ring-leaders of the mutiny, but that he deserves high praise for the determined conduct he displayed in the matter. This I?e,port, however, has not by any meaiTS civen gcnuial satisfaction. McKenzie himself is t fully aware of this, and to that fact wcrmny as cribe his application to the Presidont for a Court Martial -upon his conduct. That Court Martial lies now been constituted. It iscomposed ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 February 1843

Meceipts $ Expenditures, Frederick 'Kiser, 'Treasurer, in account .witia tiic JoniUy of Jionroe, from the First off J.au'r, is;42, to Uic 31st Bcccinber, 1842 49 05 '69(5 12 '2245 05 595 77 TptCash,reccI.ved.on: account pf Taxes asscssedgin. the .year -.1837, . , do, . , ,1839, . 'jsaf-v :ao ' tm : ivo fin icyiu. '..JIH--.-: 3866.50 lomnouM.pf Jblnty (luxes assessed on Uiif sealed Lands for the year. 1 840.i '4 1 . On lands in Chesnuthill township, Ji3$. 51" " " Coolbaugh' 1G8 5.60" "84 G4 '80 CO 294 25 ;14 77 2 48 ,046.7981311 76 ! Hamilton Middle Smithfield Pocono ' Pi ice 'Ho'ss Smithfield ' Tob'hanna , To Taxes ree'd on sundry tracts of. land, alter having been paid by . some person, $51 GO Do Christian Heckenwel dcr and Francis Lesher's ' land, which belong to the county and paid by some persons, 4 97 To cash ree'd, being gl5 00 paid to A. Storm, late treasurer, and -1-refunded, and twenty five cents, ' overpaid to James Kafierty. and ' refunded, being for an overcharge for pub...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 February 1843

JEFFERSQNIAN REPUBLICAN. The Saturday Evening Pest, Godey's Lady's Book, The Casket, The Gentleman's Magazine, nott, Graham's Magazine, The Philadelphia Sa lurday Courier,and The Daily Chronicle. CHARLES ALEXANDER, the FOUNDER of the above named popular works, having Lad an experience of more lhan .twenty years in the business of PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS, -and possessing the most extensive Printing Office in Philadelphia, with ample means and facilities of every description, is enabled to offer to the public AN EXTRAORDINARY NEWSPA PER, which, whether considered in reference to its RICHLY VARIED and VALUABLE CONTENTS, ItS 1M ilENSK SIZE, Or ItS PERFECT ADAPTATION TO ALL classes, may safelv be pronounced the PARAGON OF THE WEEKLY PRESS!- THE ONLY DOLLAR WEEKLY PUBLISHED IS PHILADELPHIA ! Alexander's Express messenger Has now been published foi six years, and during hat period it has secured a circulation without a parallel W literary hutoryT: Not is this to be wondered at when it is b...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 February 1843

The whole art ok Government consists m the art dp being honest. Jefferson VOL. 3. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 18421. No; -4U PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCIIOCII. tc tims. Two dollars ncr annum in advance Two dollars ni a quarter, half yearly, and if not paid before the endol ie vear. Two dollars and a half. Those 'vho receive their n i cr.i In a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprie- a! tho 0')TlO!! 01 uiu uuiiur. r-?A Ivertiscnients not exceeding one souarc (sixteen lines! n .I! b inserted three wpeks for one dollar; twenty-five cents r cv.tv y iiiM-'iiiuu iiirgL-r wu-s in proportion, a ,vn li?(3unt win oe maue 10 ycany aiivcrusers. ;TjUl tellers naart'4eu 10 uic cuuur must De post nam. JOB PRINTING. Ilavin; a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental ij pc, we arc prepared 10 cxccuic every ins cription of Curtis, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes, Is lank Receipts, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c. TnatcJ ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 February 1843

spivs' JEFJlSONIAN REPUBLICAN I cm i i r m ; VY A45HJUN UTU iNriNyS W JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN StroK4ibrff, February 8, J 8 13. Terms, $2,00 in advance; $2,25, naif yearly; and $2,50 if not paid bcfoic the end of the year. Relief Notes. A Bill has passed both branches of the Legisla ture, and now only awaits the signature of the Governor to become a law, which makes provision for cancelling $200,000 worth of the Relief Notes now in the Treaeuiy,and foi the further cancelling of $100,000 worth every month. This is an ex cellent move, and if followed up by the passage of a law allowing the solvent specie paying Banks to issue one, two, and three dollar bills, cannot fail In affording an immense deal of relief to our suff ering communit'. It is true it will take about two years before all the Relief issues can in this man ner be cancelled, but as the Bill provides that those of the broken Banks shall be first destroyed, we will scon be rid of the worst. The rest will pass freely until t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 February 1843

JEFFERSONrAN REPUBLICAN Receipts & Expenditures QO Frederick Riser, Treasurer, in account with the CoHBty of .Vonroc, from ilio First of Jaii'r, 1842, to the 31st December, 1842. DM To Cash received on account of Taxes assessed in the year 1837, 05 Do do 1838, 56 38 Do do 1839, - 223 52 Do do 1840, 690 12 Do do 1841, 2245 65 Do do 1842, 595 77 $3866 50 To amount of County Taxes assessed on Un sealed Lands for the year 1840 $r Ml. On lands in Chesnuthill township, 838 51 " Coolbaugh 168 12 " Hamilton 5 60 " Middle Smithfield 84 64 " Pocono 86 GO " Price 294 25 wf " Ross 14 77 Smithfield 2 48 . Tobyhanna 646 79 $1341 76 To Taxes ree'd on sundry tracts of land, after having been paid by some person, , $51 60 Do Christian Heckenwcl- - dor and Francis Lesher's land, : , which belong to the county and paid by some persons, To cash ree'd, being $15 00 paid to A. Storm, late treasurer, and refunded, and twenty five cents, overpaid to James Rafferty arid refunded, being for an overchar g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 February 1843

JBFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. VICTORY! Who does not know of hr. leidy's BLOOD PILLS? a component pari of which-is SAR- SAPARILLA. The reputation of Dr. Leidy's Sarsaparilla Blood Pills is so well known, that comment upon their virtues is almost unnecessary. Suf fice it to say thoy possess all the PURGATIVE AND PURIFYING properties that can bo combined in the form of Pill. NEWSPAPER PUFFING is unnecessary to their success. Their efficacy, in one case, is a sur intro duction and passport of them to a .thousand. FIVE YEARS Employment of thera throughout the United Stales, have made them as they deserve to be VICTORIOUS! Whilst the Proprietors and Manufacturers of other Pills, hare been endeavoring to humbug the people in various ways to introduce their Pills, publishing columns of matter and bol stering them up by MADE, FALSE, LYING CERTIFICATES, and attributing to their Pills the powers of ef fecting every thing, barely excepting the RKSTORATIO.V OF THE DEAD TO LIFE. Dr. LEIDY has allowed ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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