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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 September 1858

SKEEOH OF BIK. X W. I0RNEY,. .4 Tarrytoicn, Westchester County, N. Y., ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd. i'cZfow Citizens.' I feel gratiGed iu being able to appear before you to partic ipate iu the ceremony which has been au uounecil tbo nomination as the people's 'candidate of one of the tribune who stood up during the late exciting yes-ion of Con gress for an undying principle. And I um gratified, further iu being able to bear Lro in your-presencc, my-personal trib ute to the courage, the iudi-poudcncc, and ,fho consistency ol the gentleman whom you who .have thus formerly placed be fore the people for re-election. Having '""taken some part in the controversy which 3 rs-noi yet closed, ana Having teen pres tut when variou demands were made at the sent of the Federal Government, 1 raw mr. nasKiu tried, not oniy i y the frowns and the threats of power, butby those blandishments which have always. ;:becn so dangerous to the progress of truth. And there never was a moment, -from the beginni...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 September 1858

past, with all the .hopes of the present, I call upon you to take it , soon j. the train is mo ving and the Cars are filling up. Come on; let us take this for a single principle. Ev erything else that is right-will follow, and nnd in 18fi0 there will not be a white man in the North willing to say that ha ever heard the name" of Lecomploh. Loud cheers. ,.' MARK BHD. On the 2 let ult., by the llev J. L. Sta ples, Mr. Simon Belles, of Hanover, Lu zerne County, Pa., and Miss Annetta Te ter, of Stoddartsville, Monroe CoM. Pa. )c Icffcrscmicut. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1858. Sf- In order to lay before our readers to-day, the whole of Col. Forney's speech, we arc compelled to defer several articles arranged for this week's paper. We publish to day the speech of Col. 'Forney, delivered at Tarrytowo, N. Y., on Thursday last, on the occasion of a meeting of the friends of Hon. J. B Ilaskin. Hawkins' friends are making arrangements to return him again to Con ore?, as ho. took a decided stand aga...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 September 1858

nnm jij .run i ' ' """n Mhtbe only Article " " U&EIVALED SW FslAKKET, WITH IMMENSE KOBE AND EIKOITAK DEMAND. The reason why, is that by Nature's own process it restores the natural color perma nently after the hair becomes gray ; supplier the natural fluids, awl thus: inn kee it grow on bald heads, removes all dailrntT, itching, and Tent from the scalp, quiets and tones up the liiTffcs. and thus cures all nervous headache', and may he relied upon to cure all dise.iFet of the -ca!p and hair; it will stop and Keep ii from falling IT; makes l soft, glossy, health y and beautiful and if used by the young two or three limes a week, it will never fall or become gray, then reader, read the followin" and judge lor yourselves : ;'V". New York, Jan. 3, 1558. Messrs, O. J. Wood &, Co., Gentlemen: Having heard a gord deal a liuiii Professor Wood's Hair lienor.-. tjr, and my hair "being quite gray, I made up my iniud to lav aside The prejudice which I. in com mon "with -a. preat many per...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 September 1858

i i SJcuotcb to Politics, literature, Agriculture, 0cicuce, iitoralttij, ami cncral intelligence. STROUDSBURG, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER 16,1858. NO- 39. .u is Published by Theodore Schoch.. ERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two iIoll:irs nnd a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be forqitlfc enlrof Ui'c year, Two dollars and a.half. , 2("pai)ers dUroinmucd until all arrearages aie paid, cxcppx at tli'c ojttiin of Hie Editot. JCrAUwytisenieiiis of one square (ten lines) or less, bnc or three insertions. $.1 00. Each additional inser tio'nV5 cents. Longer ones jn proportion. Ilavins a general assortment of large, plain and or tiamrntal Type, w c arc prepared to execute every de scription of tiards. Circular?, Bill Heads, Notes. Dlank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other Ulanks, Faniphlc.tp.&e., pu'n tcd with neatness and despatch, on raason.l)le terms nt this office A FRAGMENT OE EAILWAY POETRY. Sprighly little Miss silting by her lover, Pimple on her lip court plaster co...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 September 1858

Eljc 3cffcrsoninn. .JHTOBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1858. .Wb learn that Dr. Shoemaker, of Car bon County, is nn independent candidate for Congress in this District, against our 1 doughface Dimmiclr. Dr. Shoemaker is a Democrat of un swerving integrity and superior intelli gence, but hates Lecompton and all its .abettors. Success to hi in. fiST Mr. Thomas Smiley, exhibited in our office yesterday morning, a land Tur tle, of extraordinary size, in connection .with which, the following curious circum- , stance is related: rr On the 1st of April, 1833, Mr. Smiley caught this Turtle, and cut on its shell his name together with the date; he then let it go. A few days since, Mr. S., by 'accident, caught the same turtle, and the marks inscribed on its shell over 25 years ago, ore still distinctly legible, both the nauie and the date, so that there can be no doubt, as to its identity. As the ani mal was full grown when Mr. Smiley "Grst caught it, it is uncertain how much , more than 25, is the age...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 September 1858

circrnl (Election. .c SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION Wlicreas, by an act ol the General Assetn blywbf the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania cninled'Van act regulating the General Elec lions .within the said Cummonw- alth," pass ed-on the 2d. day of July. 1839, it is made the. duly, of the liiuh aherill of every coun lyto plre public notice ol such elections to be holden. and to make known in surh n ticelwhat. officers are to lit elected There fore. I HENRY D. SHAFER, High Sherifl ol the;'ountv ol lWontoe, Wo make knovvnby ihis.prnclamation Jo the electors "f the ronn yC Monroe, that a General Election wil be held in said county, on -Tuesday, the I2ll of October next1 at the several election districts below enumerated, at which time and plares an to' be-elected by the freemen of the county oPMonroe: One Person For Canal Commissioner of the Common wealth' of Po n nsy 1 van ia. One Person Forjudge of the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. One Person To represent the District compose...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 September 1858

Zl-rjIE ONLY ARTICLE UNRIVALED IN MARKET, WITH IMMENSE HOME km EUROPEAN DEMAND. The rrnson why, is that by Nature's own process it restores the natural color perma nently after the hair becomes gray ; supplies the natural fluids, and thus makes it grow on bald heads, removes nil danruff, itching, and heat Iron i the scalp, quiets and tones up the nerves, stud thus cures all nervous headache, and may be relied upon to cure all disease- of the sculp and hair: it will slop and keep it fromfalling off; 7tiukcs il soft, glossy, hcalth- V anil beautiful and if used by the young two or three times a week, it will never fall or becnme.gray, then reader, read the following and judge lor yourselves : New York, Jan. 8, 1858. Messrs. 0. J. Wood & Co., Gentlemen: Having heard a good deal n- bout Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, and my hair beinsr quite gr.iy, I made up my mind to lay uhide the prejudice which I, in com mon with a great many persons, htid against all manner of patent medici...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 September 1858

I 4 JDctfotcfc' to JPoiitif0,itcrature, Qlgricultiut, Science, iMoralitij, ana cncvnl Sntclligcncc. al Til SXRDUIJgBUEG5:MOm035u'C:pUNTY; PA. SEPJEMSER ., IS58. NO. 40. - , ' - ----- - , Published by Theodore SdlOCh. terms. Tn dollars ner annum iiLndvancc-To dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be - ivri mi; i;uu ill lilt, cr.ll , I nulling 4iiiu iv nun. I II J I t 1 4 11 C No papers discontinued unlil all arrearages ate paid, lOally, returned the Wile. 'All games 01 &fym ie,,,'nazard. where money is at stake, are dis- one or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional inser-j honest. Were JOU to draw a prize of lion, 2i cents. Longer ones in proportion. , r,, , . . ,. ;t-,.- - - .. twenty thousand dollars, you would rob .r JOB I'KliV'TINOi. ' : a thousand men of twenty dollars each; Iiavingia-gencral assortment of large, plain,nnd or-' Or at least JOU Would take, from them SSof0' ne a!prep:u'cd lo so-ie- monej for wnjcb you returned them no e &jWm&m t9ui?0,on...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 September 1858

(Sfjc SMfcvsonicm. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEE 23, 1858. Independent Democratic Candidate for , , , Congress. ' Iu another column will be found the cor-re.-pnwlence between G. Albright, Esq., nud Dr. Shoemaker, in regard to bis be- t" coming n candidate for Congress ngaint W. II. Dimuiick. We are harpy to eay that the Doetor consents. The Dr. was a warm supporter of -::'fAIr. IWhrinm. and baa ever been Y; a fixus and consistent D niocrat, aud ftrongly inclined to follow the principle of his party to their logical conclusion. ;: Dut he cannot endorse tbc Buchanan Kansas, polrcy, because be believes in ; -'' co-iimoD with all true patriots, that the ,r , legitimate tendency of that policy is to i ap the fundamental principles of Retiub- . i.lioan Government. The Doctor is a firm Popular Sovereignty man, and holds with all true and consistent Democrat;?, that ..that is the UiOft vital principle of th Democratic policy. jy He is alo convinced that something ouMitto be doue to revive our prostra...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 September 1858

' ' Large Tax Payer. Qn Tuesd ay ,'Yay the New York Tribune, William B. As tor colled, oq the Receiver, and after pay- ing about 25,000 on personal estate, ten dered bis obeck for $60,000, the amount of tax on his estate. Baldness CuRED.-Eor real worth, w n . , ,. . , XiA ,.' Wood's Hair Itcstorative is undoubtedly ' the best preparation now in use, for re- storing hair on bald beads,-changing gray hair to its original color, and as a cosmet- ie or cure for pimples, it is fast takinc ...w f " . vjj t.uvu.3. A.1 W m m I- I . r.t . hn n nrn nf nthnr nrnpit nna M "o uu,i""c Wl """" unu.x.-nan: ui wonuicss iuma- uuus, us several are aircauy in mo mar- ket, called by different names. Use none unless the words (Professor Wood's Hair lleatorative, Depot St. .Louis, Mo., and New iork.) are blown in the bottle. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Modi- cine dealcars, ako by all Fancy aud Toi- let Goods dealers in the United States and Canada. Dallas Magical Pain Extractor. r it I mail diseases ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 September 1858

THE ONLY ARTICLE UMKIVALED IN MARKET, WITH IMMENSE Mm AND El KOPEAN DEMAND. The reason why, is that by Nature's own process it restores the natural color pennu nenlly after the hair becomes gray ; supplies Hie natural fluids, and thus ucikes it grow on bald heads, removes all dan ruff, itching', nnd heat from the scalp, quiets and tones up the nerves, and thus cures all nervous headache, and may be relied upon to cure all diseaset of the sculp and hair; it will stop and keep it from falling ofi; makes l soft, glossy, health y and beautiful and it used by the young two or three limes a week, it will never fall or become gray, then reader, read the following and judge for yourselves: New York, Jan. 8, 1858. Mcssr?. 0. J. Wood & Co., Gentlemen: Having heard a good deal a- bout professor Wood's Hair Restorative, nnd my hair being quite gray, I ni;tue up my mind to lay aside the prejudice which I, in com mon with a great many persons, had against nlj manner of patent medicines, and a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 September 1858

imVi . mi. , , ; ; . : f la - ,v : Scuotcir to toiiiirs, f tteratm, griatlturc, Science," iHoralilu, emit ntcral Intelligence.- i rt.ft 1Z-H VOL 18. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER SO, 1S58. It NO? 41. PllbIished by TllCOdorC Schoch!is a confluence of many currents, each one . TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two bringing With it Something from the Soil 1r?:"n,Tn..r' l,ayeTl?;'n.Vti,raidbc" 'lore llie end of tlie year, Two dollars and a lutlf. t , No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the upiionof the Editor. "nAd - nc or three insertions, $ i oo. tach additional mser - ion. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. - - iOli i Still T1JXG. tion lines) or less, Having a general assortment of large, plain and or- the roaring loom of life is for a mdment wriS oT?Te, nC arC PrCp:,rwi 10 CXCCUtC evcry de"isti!l. TP 'VWif T'ITINT'TjrNT. :ards "bircuiar? itiu Heads Notes ciank ncccmis justice. Legal and other yianks, I'anipiiir.u.-. j fee, pi in- t tin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 September 1858

" iSmcGoTcrnor KeeTer had" been remov ed, and Governor Shannon had superse ded him. Auarchy and confusion, with frcqueut scenes of bloodshed, contiuued to prevail in the Territory The second legislature was elected iu the same man ner as tiic first one. That Legislature called a Convention for the purpose of framing a Constitution of State Government. In the meanwhile thero had been another change of Gover nor. Shannon had hecu superseded by Geary, who, during the brief period of . . his Executive term, performed his duty like au honest man. lie was Goveruoi J when "thy Convention was called. He ve toed the bill calling the Convention, but it wns passed over his head by a two third vote. The freo-Statc men rcfu-cd . to vote for delegates. They s-aid, 'we do . not recognise jour authority; you are not oar representatives; we did not elect you you were elected by the people of an other State; you have already usurped the powers and forms of law. Now you call a Convention to form a Sta...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 September 1858

t)f supporting that weak and prince o elnm "XT'" TT Tv - , 1 1 "Letiis then, fello.w-Deiiiocr.its. nil -fou who are not willing to prostitute jour manuoou to tnc re-election f fo weak nd unworthy a man, as Wm. II. Dim tva, uum mis moment, go to work in earnest for Doctor David Iv. Shoemaker tho Independent Douiocratio candidate lbo Doctor is a man of thorough edu cation, of unimpeachable charucter, sound eense and is qualified in every respect to -saKe an ante and worthy llcprescntative in uongress. ANTI-LECOMPTON DEMOCRAT fllidtfle brnithfidd, Sept. 20, 1858 AKTI-LECOMPTOU" MEETING. In puruance to a call, a meeting of the opposition of tho Kansas policy of the Administration, composed of all parties ;ras held in the Court fIou?e, in Strouda burg on tho evening of the 28th inst. The meeting was organized as follow President, JOHN NYCE, (Anti-Le- corapton Democrat;) Vice Presidents, , Thomas W. ItnoDES, Wm. S. Wixte mute, John Haxsbuiiy, and Joseph DUSENBURY. Secretaries, Chides WyI:...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 September 1858

rii' OiYXY ARTICLE UNRIVALED !N MARKET, WITH IMMENSE HOilIS AND EUROPEAN DEMAND. The reason why, is that hy Nature's own process it restores the natural color perma nently after the hair becomes gray ; supplies the natural Hurts, anil inus makes it grow on bald heads, removes all danruff, itching, and heat from the scalp, quiets and. tones up the nerves, and thus cures all nervous headache, and may.be relied upon to cure all diseases of the scalp and hair; it will stop and keep il from falling off; makes l soft, glossy, health- y and beautiful and if used by the young two or three times a week, it will never fall or, become gray, then reader, read the following and judge for yourselves : New York, Jan. S, ie58. 'Messrs. O. J. Wood & Co., Gentlemen: Having heard a good deal a bout Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, and my hair being quite gray, I made up my mind lo lay aside the prejudice wmcn i, in com- mon with a crcat many persons, had against nil manner of patent medicines, a...

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

-iT In? - JDctJotcb to jpolitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitjj, au& "encral intelligence. STROUDSBUKG, MONROE COUNTY, PA, OCTOBER 7, 1S5S. NO. i. BubHshed kv Theodore Schoch. "TliRMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars anil a quarter, half yearly and ll" not paid be fore the cml of the year, Two doilnrs :md a half. , Ni papers ducoriwinied unlil all arrearages aic paid, ecipl nl'thc opium of Hie Editor. rj-y Advertisements of one tquare ten line?) or less, onCjpr.three mt-ertioiibj &l tiO. Each additional inser tion? 23 fcents. Longer ones in proportion. POSi PRINTING. kllavinpa general assortment if larjjc, plain and or namental Type, wc are prepared to execute every de 'eenptfon of 1 V:.ards;ClrP.dlaK, Hill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts jfslfc5. Legal and oilier Blanks, Pamphlets. &, prin ted ith neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms l liiis office. " I . Starting in the "World. The Harrisburg Telegraph offers some sensible reflections upo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 October 1858

1 1 'i T i (l)c 3cffcrscmian. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1858. 2f Tbe canvass is rapidly drawing to a close. This issue will be tbe last bc foro the election, and we therefore must enjoin upon tbe voters of tLis county, tbe importance of givingtbeiralteutionfor one day, to the important matter of selecting good officers. This is a duty that eve ry freeman tbould consider especially en joined upon him. This matter has per haps never been of more importance than at the present time. We have first judge of the Supreme Court to elect.- John M. Read, of Philadelphia, is tho People's candidate for that office. Mr Read is a man of unblemished character, and of Euncrior leral attainment. He is qualified in the highest degree to fill and adorn that important station. Mr. Por ter, also of Philadelphia, is Mr. Read's opponent. He is a man of but quite or dinary legal attainment, and beside that, he is tho candidate of the Lecompton De mocracy, who tried io force Kansas into the Union a Slave State, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 October 1858

V - . - V- The JJsmocracy Alarmed. "Vo Jiave just leaf oed that the Lecorap ton' Dim'mick: Doaidoracv hava be vvtuw uviubtiiiMi aiuiuiuu. IUI I. LIU ouitlijr uu.u uougu-iaoo, principle ueseruug, ana champion of treachery and broken promises. Wa. II. Diramick: and have - - las who support Doctor Shoemaker aud represents ho true Democracy. So fire awayjwith your littlo Lccompton cuns. DEMOCRAT. Hon. John H. Eead and the Tariff of 1842. At a meeting held September 28, 1S58, of the Committee of Correspondence, ap pointed under the resolutions of a meet ing, on the 1 5th ol June last, of the friends of Protection to Domestic Industry, irre- spective of party, the following Preamble and Resolution were adopted: WllEitEAS Secret Circulars have been sent to various parts of the State, as.um ing the guise of friendship to the great measure of i'roteotion, aua asserting tnat the Hon. John M. Read, now candidate , r , ,. . o , .1. for Judgeship of the Supreme Court, had in the year 1323, iu th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 October 1858

. .. ..,,.,-,., n.,,ii. .ir-i.1 .ii r ti -' mmt - "ft?"-Z-, . - ". . iTHE ONLY ARTICLE UNRIVALED IN MARKET , WITH IMMENSE mm m European demand, ;Thc reason why, is thai by Nature's own process it restores the natural color perma nently after the hair becomes gray ; supplies the natural fluids, and thus makes it grow on n.ild lieads, removes all danruff, itching, and heat from the scalp, quiets and tones up the nerves, and thus cures all nervous headache, and may be relied upon to cure all diseases of the scalp and hair; it will stop and keep it from falling off; makes it soft, glossy, health yland beautiful and if used by the young two or three times a week, it will never fall or become gray, then reader, read the following and 'judge for yourselves: New York, Jan. 8, 1S58. Messrs. 0. J. Wood & Co., Gentlemen: Having heard a good deal a bouL Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, and my hair being quite gray, I made up my mind to lay aside the prejudice which in com mon with a great...

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

immgmmwWmmssk nasast mmk mmh wmh VHB&k ji jgs&fek Wmamk&mk RHbsnk-' Slcuotcir to JDoIitics, literature, Agriculture, Sncuce, iiloralitu, ana (Seucral 3ntcllicjcncc. 4 W n ViL !8. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 14,1858. NO. - 4 . ir di to & erjd IP ;u. . -ok1" .J t! .ed ex- '1 sfcia w A. .o lid Published by Theodore Schoch. JTJERMS. Two dollars per ntinum in advance Two dollars and h quarter, half yearly and if not. paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Jfo papers discontinued uniil all arrearages are paid, 'except at the option of the Editor. HOP Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, ene or three insertions, $1 00. Each nrtdiiioiv.il inser tion. -5 cents. Longer ones in proportion. rf .. JOB PRIIVT8NG. "Slaving 1 general assortment of large, plain and or samenlal Type, we are prepared to execute every de scription of Cards, Circulars, Dill Heads, Notcsv Blank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &c, prin ...

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