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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 April 1858

Sljc JetTctsonian. LitioH's livirg Age. lh valuable publication a eveiorre dia almost of the periodical literature o ""tins dav has increased the i-izc of it.s Weekly issue from sixty-four to eighty pages of matUr, improved also iu tin quality of the printing as well as thequan Uby thus giving within the year four thousand pages of interesting and instruc tive reading for $G. Littcll, Son & Co., Bo.-ton, or Stanfon . p . t- 1 ; t XT t i . . a- ucmscr, new xors. arc tne proper persons of whom to order the work. CSy- We have been informed by a num ber of persons who attended the Ball last 6'vcning. at the Delaware House, near the Depot, kept by James PostHns, that tliey wero all exceedingly well pleased With the whole arrangement. Accom modation of every description was as good hnd convenient as could have been desir ed: and the table and bar were richly tu'fnl.-hed with all that was ncccssary to plcafc. The music by Mr. WooinVAP.D was extremely gratifying: and on leaving all seem...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 April 1858

Portuguese Cattle. The King of Portugal has recently sent over to England a present of cattle of a very peculiar breed, to Quoen Victoria, consisting of a bull, two heifers, and bull calf. 11k animals aro of the most perfect symutry, and very diminutive, standing scarooly forty inches high. They are of duu color, and iu One condi tion. The cows are very docile; but the bull, on being driven from the station to Prince Albert's model farm at Fromorc, where they nre now installed, exhibited a disposition rather the reverse of that of his companions, by tossing an unfortunate) "donkey about his own size, which hap pended to come in his vaj Thene Lilli putian animals much resemble t he AIuYr ncy or Jer.-ey breed, but appear to be Scarcely more than half the size. 'WHY WAS PHAKOAH'S DAUGHTER LIKE A BROKER? Because she got a little )rophcl from the rushes on the banks.'' The above is a pretty good conundrum, bat it is not as good as the fact that the hi ore rushes there arc upon the banks ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 April 1858

Jli 4m . MONROE COUNTY ftSYsj!!:i! Ftr Entrance Comp'j iHphc rate of Insurance is one dollar on ' -' the thousand dollars insured, after ,vhich navment no subsequent tax will Jibe levied, except to cover actual loss or 'damage by fire, that may tall upon mem- bcrs of the company. ,!;!Che nett profits arising from interest 6r otherwise, will be ascertained yearly for which each member in proportion to his, hor, or their deposit, will have a icredit in the company. Each insurer in or with the said company will be a mem ber thereof during the term of-his or her policy, xhe principle of Mutual lnsur aucc has been thoroughly tested has been tried by the unerring test of expert 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 rca BOhiible terms. Applications for Insurance to be made n person, or by letters addressed to n, ? Wm .K. Haviland, ,Stertary. y. ; MANAGERS ..-- "Stoiidell Stot...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 April 1858

Scuotcb to clitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, Jttoarlitw, au& (Seueral 3fatcHicicnrc. 'a 41 VOL 13. l; ' STROUBSBUKG MONROE COUNTY, PA. APRII 22, !S5Sr i i i i i ii j ii .i in in 1 1 gii ii p 1 1 in Published by Theodore Sciioch. TERMS Twq.lollars per annum in advance Two uolltrs an I a quarter, half yearly ami it not paid oeTircthe end of the year. Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all irrcaragesarc paid Vronpt at the option of the Editor. . IE? Ailvctliscinctits not exceeding one square (ten lines) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, ami wenty-fire cents for every -subsequent insertion. The cUrge for one and three insertions the same. A lib r! dUcnunt made to ycarlv advertisers.. . IDT AtlleUers Addressed to the Edjlorruislbcnosl I I , How I Came It may be funny, i be Married. 'dcrs and her breath smelt of onions which but I've done it. she ate the week before. Well, to make I've cot a rib and a babv. Shadows tn. a lorn? storv short, she set...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 April 1858

Tbcy shortly arrived at tome; and Joe's wound was dressed, and in due lime be recovered; but always looked upon that forest with a fearful eye, and never afterwurd could Old Joo be persuaded to enter it. I)C Jcffcrsoninn. YfflTRSrAY, APRIL 22, 1858. The Hew Liquor Law. We publish to-day the Liquor Bill, as passed by both branches of the Legion turc. All future licenses will have to be granted uTdcr it. The Ilarrisburg correspondent of the Philadelphia North American shows by figures taken from official documents.thal the original cost of the North Branch Ca nl. 73 miles, was S1.59S.370. and that -j j --- - j i i its present cost to the State is $3,080,674 after deducting original cost and revenue, and adding annual expenditures and in tcrect. The west Branch Canal, 76 miles, original! v cost the State SI. 832,583, and - - O ... now stands at 0,057,070 ! after deduc ting annual revenue and original cost. No wonder that the people are in favor of having the public works sold. They hav...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 April 1858

I Horspst are, cheap in Texas, several fine droves, just from Mexico, sold J lately at Goliads at from 10 to $25 each, whilo riding ponies brought from $35 to $100. Mules are held there at 845 to S50. ilew York Harket. Wednesday, April 21, 1858. Flour and Meal The demand for Western Canal Flour is quite active, and the favorable news from Europe, coupled with light arrivals, have given holders a 'temporary advantage; the inquiry for shipping is restricted by the advanced tates demanded; the better grades are firm and in steady request, and the low grades 10al5c. better, with soles of 14, 400 bbls. at 4 2Ua$4 50 for common to good State; S4 30aS4 50 for extra do.; 84 20a84 30 for superfine Indiana and Michigan; 4 35aS4 70 for extra do ; 84. 65a84 75 for common to good extra round hoop Ohio; S4 7oa$5 65 for good to choice do.; 84 75a$6 50 for St. Louis brands, "and S5a80 50 for extra Genessce. Ca nadian Flour is in fair request and is n gain better; sales of 650 bbl. at S4 30a 84 40 f...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 April 1858

McREA'S CELEBRATED tlQUID GLUE, 111-.: the a HEAT adhesive. Jtfos twiui" ariicte cvcf invented, for house, V- sore and office, surpassing in util ity every other glue, gum, mucilage, paste or ce ment ever kn6:cn4 "Vtlwnj's r;ady lot Application. ADJIHSIVE ON TAVCR, CLOTH, I.KAT1IEK, FURNI TURE, PORCELAIN, CHINA, MARBLE OR GLASS. For manufacturing Fancy Articles, Toys, etc., il huts no superior, nut only possessing greater strength than any oilier known arti cle, hut adheres ut.tro quickly, leaving' m htaln where the parts are joiuo!. Never Faii-s. , " Within the last three yrars upwarus o! 20.000 bottles of this justly celebrated LQUID GLUE have been sold, and the great convenience winch it has proved in ev ery case, has detervedly secured for it a de mand which the M .miMCt'trer has found it, at t mn.. difficult to meet; acknowledged by nil who have used it. that its merits are far above nnv sim'Itr article or iiuilalion ever offered to the public. fcjr This GLUE is extensively cou...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 April 1858

Iff Tdiv I " ' ' ' ' " . ' " ' " Biw To J.t v SJcuotcb to Politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoarlitn,, anb general intelligence. I -V.OEr 18. STROUDSBUKG MONROE COUNTY, PA. APRIL 29, 1S58, . .r Publishcd bv Theodore Schoclu 1R'llS run tollurpor annum in mlvnncc Two unlltrs ait I -i quarter. h:ilf ycarlv ami tl not paid pef.rcth,qiVl nTine c:ir.TviHlfillrtrs;iinil a linll. r NihipRfs iiscontlnned until all irrcaragcsare p.tiil pxeent ntthd Option of the Editor. ,, '.C?! tvcttie'nciils not pxcoctlinR one pquarc (ten n5i:r)"vJll he iitscrtcd three weeks lor one dollar, and r;ntyrfi'c cents for OTcryUbseqiienlinscrtion. Ttie rnirse fr one and three insertions the same. A lib er! Ii.con"bt wide to ycarlv advertisers. ,10". Ml letters iddresscd to the Editor must be post -V: JOB PRINTING. nVinK. general assortment of large, elegant, plain m -audornainentat Typc.Aveireprepareu t n Tip.ii t n n vorv ilnsr.riiitlotl O f Oar.ls.r.irqul trs.fli.1 1 Heads, Note? .Blank .Hrceip 3tles,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 April 1858

1 1 Sl)c Scffcvsonicm. THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1858. CgfOu Sunday aud Monday mom irigs last, tlicrc were very heavy fronts in iJ.ij r,l. On Mnnrinv morniuirthc -ground was slightly frozen, and iu many . places ice was formed. . . CgrOn Monday next, thc'Sd Hay of :May, the Public Schools of this Borough,. . will be oDcncd. AM interested- will bear Jthis fact, in mind. 7 The following .Teacher have been se- t 'lccted to take charge of the schools :: UPPER. DEPARTMENT. J. IIOLMES, Jr., Principal. M.S. MILLER, ) JOHN K lrCE, Assistants GEORGIANNA 11LAIK, ) PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. . MARTHA S. G OK DON, , JANE BARRY. ti is stated on good authority, that the circulation of the Atlantic Monthly ha reached 30.000. It is fully deserving of if. As a magazine of literature and pol lutes, it has no equal in the Uuited States. Each number is a "feast of reason." Mr. Douglas has introduced into the Seuate a bill admitting Oregon into the Union. So many Free States coming, it 'bothers Reef Big'.cr aud his ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 April 1858

-.-New. iSforkjMarket., c "Wednesday, April 28,' 1858. Flour -and- Mea'l The inquiry for Western JUaual iMour is fair, confined tnktnly!to ttic home, and Eastern ftradc; shippers have purchased sparingly owing to the'auvauco airfreight demanded; the better grades arc well .sustained and are in (iilr-request; t!ie arrivals are .not largo atid the Hock reduced: the stiles are 13;0(IO bbls. at 84 5i5aS4 SO for super- Sac btatc) 4 33aS4 an tor extra dp.: $4 20IS4' 3p for .supvrJhic,IudiA anfOJicb igantuc nis-ie'e rales for ordinary branaV, $4.40aS4 65 for extra do.; 4 fi0aS4 7i for common to good, Round Hoop extra Ohio; S4 TfinS") 85 for good to choice-do S4 fc5a6 5(1 for St. Loub Lrand.; and 5a?6 50 for extra GencaS're. 'Canaritaii Tlbur is 'without much change, the supply pf choieo brands Ts very limited; Sales of 75ll Uhls. at ?4 S5 for fcupeiCno, aud ,v54 j5a5 55 for extra brands. Souj-bcni JKloor i.- in fair .request and is oalj;jhe inquiry is in part for the West Indies; the sales...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 April 1858

MiSl tIdva's r.P.r.F.R RATED LIQUID GLUE, tU TUE allEAT ADHESIVE. Most useful article ever invented, for house, store and office, surpassing in tiltl iiy every other glue, gum, " viucilagc, paste or ce ment ever known. vAlwai's ready for Application. UDHKSiVE ON PAVER, CI.OTH, LEATHER. FUltM--TURK, PORCELAIN, CHINA, MARHLE OR GLASS. " For manufacturing Fancy Article?, Toy, etc., il has no superior, not only po.-e.sm greater strength than any other known arti cle, but adheres more quickly, leaving n bta'iu where the parts ure joinc.!. Never .'Fails. '""-'Within the last three years upwards ol or.fl non hmtlns of this insJW celebrated "M.QUID GLUE Ime been iM, and the frrcAi convenience which it bus proved in ev ery case, has deservedly secured for it a de m.md which the Manufacturer has found it, at'i'mM. difficult l meet; acknowledged b all who have u.ed it, thai its merits are fai above any sim'hr article or imitation evei offered to the public. ' (& Ttis GL UE is extensively c...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 May 1858

.1 .ic.i. cd r .i ;i j VCrt 1 -4 7 '.t v '0 van i s ; aitr b.-.i NO. 20 )ir 'J Piibliblied by Theodore Sblioc ft! i,.T.?'lvI5 Xo.lolliirspor anniiniin advance Tun Wnll'trs an 1 1 mt-irlcr. hul f yc:trl- ;nd 1 1' no! paid oei.irc.the end f the year. Two dollars nrftU half. No o i-isrs UscmUiiiiicd untilall irrcaragcsnre paid exoent ie. the option of the Editor. yS. X U erHsfeinetitf not exceptjihj; one square (ten jjiiieO will he injcrtcj three weeks lor one dollar, and j.wenty-Uve cents for vcrvsubqucnl insertion. The ASh-irrfc Tor one and three insertions the same. A lib- r.i: iiisentnii ma'ieio ycariv advertisers. r.il tilseount ma'le to ycarlv ailvfrtfscrs. iC?AllicttcrsiddrtfsscdtotheEditor,inustbe.post paid JOB P'RIRTHG. IT.v injra general assort men I of lrirpe, elegant, plain a ltd ornamental Type, we are prcpa red , .to cxcciiteeverydesoiiptionof ......i. niMir!,1i.snt.ninni nprpi f t I I .11.,.. Il...nlc n.n.nfilat. f. r. ict Hunks. Pamphlets. Ac and xlcspatrh, on icasona- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 May 1858

l)c Scffcvsonian. THURSDAY, MAY 6,1858. The Lecompton Constitution has passed both Houses : the Senate by 0 to 22; the House by 112 to 103. The original position of tbo Admiuis tration party was to pans Lecompton with out submitting it to the people for thei ratification. But that plan of making Kansas a slave state could not receive a majority of votes in the Lower Ilouse A conference was then resorted toby the Administration party, which conference was composed of a majority of Ad minis tration democrats, and the conference re ported a bill to the following effect: If the nconle of Kansas will vote for , r--the Lecompton Conr-titution, which wil malic Kansas a Slave State, they shal immediately thereafter be admitted iuto 1 the Union with a population of nearlj 40,000 inhabitants, and shall receive donation of 3,500,000 acres of public land But if they vote against making Kan sas 8 Slave State, they then shall stay out of the Union until they have a popu lfitmn nf riT.nut Oo.OOO i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 May 1858

Powder Explosion Near Easton. John Berry and bis son William, were Tery badly injured by tbe explosion of two kegs ot powder, near Easton, on Fn day. Tboy were blasting, when by mere lccident Are was communicated to two kegs of gunpowder, which exploded. This family has been very unfortunate of late. A short time ago the father. John Berry, fell down a precipice of fifty feet, while at work in a quarry, and his son-in-law was killed at tbe terrible affair at Oxford Fur usee some months ago. UST of JURORS lor MAY TERM, 1858. GRAND JURORS. Ghestnuthill Andrew Bu-kirk, Felix Storm, Jonai Barthold, Charles Shupp, Joseph Arnold. Coolbaugh William Madden. Eldrcd George A. Dordendorf, Ja cob Frantz. Hamilton Josrph Keller, Thomas Heller, Jacob Bittenbeuder. Jackson Michael Miller, Joseph Sin ger. Middle SmithGeld Benjamin Placo, Elijah Bcpuc. Boss George Flytc, Daniel Andrew. SmithGeld Mathew Dovit, George V. Bush. Stroud John Stilwell, Israel Hunaec ker. Strouds-burg Peter W. Buskirk, Hen...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 May 1858

JRierid 9 fA- Mc'REAS CELEBRATED LIQUID (xLUEsu? ii THE GREAT ADHESIVE. . Most useful article ever invented, for Iiousc, store and office, surpassing in util ity every other glue, gum, inucilagc paste or cc-; mcnt ever known. Always ruaitly for Applicuf itm. ADHESIVE ON PAPER, CI.OTH, LEATHER. FURNI TURK, PORCELAIN, CHINA, MARBLE OR GLASS. ,For itnnnfactunng Fancy Articles," Toys, etc., il has no superior, not only postes-sing creator strenirth than any other known arti cle, lint, adheres more quickly, leaving no htain where the parts arc joined. Never Fails. Within the last three years upwards ctt 250,000 holtles of this justly celebrated LQUID GLUE hae been sold, ami the great convenience which it has proved in ev urv case, has deecrvcdly secured Tor it a de mand which the Manufacturer has found it, nt t mns. difficult to meet: acknowledged bj all who have used it, that its merits are far above any similar article or imitation ever offered to the puonc. 03r This GLUE is extensivel...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 May 1858

rootcfc to f otitic , itcvdturc, Cftgricultm, Science, itloarlitg, anb cncml ifntciUgciuc. U ....... . Jf i - J " STROUDSBURGr MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY I3,"IS58. v-f -1-4, : hv Thflniro fiplmii. ..TRaS-tTollrppranniiiriIndvBncc-Two doltirs :tiii,u qn:trtpr. hair yearly and u not paid before the cri! nftheycaT.Two dollars and n liaH. ' No tiapcrsdisf.ouiinned until all irrearagesare pnid 'ext at the option t of the i Editor. lines) will'bc inserted t.hreew.ccks.lor one dollar, ami. wenty-five ccntSfor every subsequent iiifortion.- Tlie charge for one and three insertions the same. A lib- r! discount made to yearly advertisers. ICAlUetters tuuressea tonic bUitornusiDcposi paid. r-rr. - rx : liusband of tho matron, the brother of $HE TEBILS OE THE BOEDER. . ' Blanche's mother, -the commander of tho ;Wbilo ronding roomily an account of station, arid the middle-aged gentleman the fri.rhlful massacre of several white mentioned as one of the party; "a true ... . . , , - t T -daughter of a tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 May 1858

lation dimly visible, and it gave a spirit ual embodiment to every shrub. Ho was turning an angle of a straggling copse, vrhen his horse reared at the report of a pistol, the fire of which seemed to flash in its very eyes. At the same moment his own pistol flashed, and his horse rear ed violently, he was driven from his sad dle. Iu a moment tho foot of the robber was on his breast, who, bending over him and brandishing a short dagger in his bands said.' 'Give me thy arms or die !' The heart of the king's servant failed within him, and without venturing a re ply he did as he was commanded. 'Now go thy way,' said the robber ftcruly, 'but leave thy horse with me, and leave thy mail, lest a worst thing come unon thee.' The man arose and proceeded totf'Sfds Berwick, trembling, and the robber moun tiiii! (he horse which he had left, rode rapidly over the heath. Preparations were making for the exc cutiou of Sir John Cochrane, and the of ficers of the law waiting only for the ar rival of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 May 1858

LIST of JURORS for KAY TEEM, 1858. ''' GRAND ''JURORS. ' Chestnuthill--Andrew Buskirk, Felix Storm, Jonas Barthold, Charles- Shupp, dosepn Arnolu. - Coolbaugh William Madden. Eldreil George A Dordeudbrf Ja cob' Frantz. Hamilton Joseph Keller, Thomas Heller, Jacob Bittenbender. ' Jackson Michael Miller, Joseph Sin ger. . Middle .Smithfield Benjamin Place, Elijah JDepue.- Ross Georpc Flyte, Daniel Andrew. Smithfield Mathew Devit, George V. Bush. Stroud John Stilwcll, Israel Iunseo- Stroudsburg Peter W. Buskirk, Hcn rj C!UWolfe. .; V Tobyb annaPhilip Hoffman. li )' - - i, . : " ' " PETIT JURORS. ' ' U -t . : Coolbaugh Samuel Case. ISldrcd Jlcubcn -Stever, John Hnrter. Hamilton Thomas Arnold, Evan Spraglb, William McNeal, Peter Snyder, Thomas 13, Ilcller. Middle SuiUhficld Benjamin Depue, Samuel Kroner, (son of Martin.) J ohn Smith, Jacob H. Eilenberger, Saaiuel D. Pipher, Washington Ovcrfield4 Price Peter Sees, John II. Price. Pocono Gcergc Transue,John Alliger Andrew Lnarn. Polk Danie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 May 1858

f-- nam MONROE COUNTY Hl urtial Fire Siisnraiire Cotnp'y The rate of Insurance is one dollar on the thousand dollars insured, after which payment no subsequent tax will heleviod, except to cover actual loss or damage by fire, that may fall upon mem bers of the company. The nett profits arising from interest or otherwise, will be ascertained yearly, for which each member in proportion to hisher, or their deposit, will have 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 policy. J he principle of Mutual lnsur ance has been thoroughly tested has been tried by the unerring test of exper encc, 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 mad n person, or by letters addressed to Wm .K. Havilaxd, Secretary, MANAGERS. Stogdell Stotke?, Robert Boys, James II. "Walto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 May 1858

Bcvotcb to $oiitu5, Citcvaiuvc, gviculturc, 0cicn.cc, iHpavlitn, anb ciicval Intclligcnrc. VOL 18. STROUDSBURG.MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 20,1858. V. , i.uuiisuuu 1 UCOGOre OCIIOCIh TE'IMS-Twn.lollarsperannurninadvance Two;,cssi "0 asked ID a low, firm tone: S?Jurn'l!.'l,'ftBr. half yearly-and it nol raid, oei-ireineen.lorthe year. Two dollars and nhiUf. Ni tuners lisr.nntiaucd mitilall irrenmirnsnrp nnid "i&P: very serious encouragement you have lines) -ni he inserted three w eek? rnr one dollar, and apparently given to me that you utterly : r.nenty.five cents for cvervsub?eiv,enl Insertion. Thejf j J J fchri;e for one .md three insertion? t lie same, a lib- discard me I" r: iiiscoiint made to yearlv adverlipr$. I icr Allletters lUUrtssscU to the Kditornusibcpost paid. .iron pristti wcs. 'fi"ArinBa5eneralas5or1mcntoflaige.elepant.plain 'mid nmatncnial Type, we are prepared to excentcevcry clesriiplionof Cirls.Oircul irs.rtiHHc.ids. Notes . Dlank ncceip,,UH"cr CUObcg u,m- HC instant...

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