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

at to HMfti'atn'ii'" '" i -'1HIE GREAT ENGL'ISti REMEDY. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Cel ebia tedF t' ina f e P ills. PROTECTED LETTERS HY HOYAIi PATENT. Prnjmrcd from a prcsriplibn of Sir J. Clarke, M. J). Physician Extraordinary to the This ivjtfua'lc medicine i unf.nliitg in the cure of nil those inifdl imJ dangerous diMMscs Jo ulii.h Hi foninle cinwiuttum js Mi'.jcot. It moderates nil excels :intl renvos all ubalruniiiHis. anil a .-needy euie may bufjolind.oii - . - . - '' i?f;irrit!s I,::H' is- pctpttmrly suited. It wilt, in a lioit lime, biing on T?c'imi4ity penod with reieiiiaiity. VawXx ImiUIo, jmk-c 0;ie D.dUr. btars tin; Government "StaTrijt of Grout. Ui i:si, to prcrent counterfoils. ftliiU J&tWs'nf Ncrvjius.aiHl Sro'i..J AiTt dion.', pnuii.l ''-tfic'bSf ml hmhf. fitrguo on sfiplr. ek'&i-n. rjtij.ifa Uionof Jhc hciut, hysterics and wTjl'r!-, llfc-i-I'Rfc .wil fcjVflejit ururc when all other mealtfa' lf:.rc'f ..led; hnji TH"f''H P"11"'1' remedy, do nbl-conluin ito.114 H'o! ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 October 1858

I 'JDcpatcit 4o Ipolitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iiloralitn, anb aural Sntclligencc. Tfjf NO.;'44. VOL 18. STROUDSBURG-, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 21, 1858. to Enblisbcd by Theodore Sfihoch., Collars andf.a qu-.irtcr, half yearly anil if tiM pUid be- TERMS. Two dollars per annum in actvaice i wo - No paperj discontinued until all arrearages jre paid, fcxeepi at the option of the Editoi. ulf Advertisements oi tine simian; nun uira bne orUiree-iiifr-crtioiis, $1 00. Each addiiidul mscr- j tionTtli cents. Longer ones in proportion. T irrMr? rFf TPS w. "Having a general assortment of large, pin and or aamental Type, we ate prepared to excite every de scription of Sards, Circulars Hill Heads, Notes, lank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Jll.inks, l'attlilcts. .to., prin tetPwith neatness and despatch, on oason.tble .terms III II I - - - - rmi-aWX: r Chess Problcn. i John and Julia's probVm, by Amator t John to move and mate n two moves . John moves his arm roundha. a neck...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 October 1858

dcd that they Lave an atmosphere, iu which tbe nebulous matter of them floats as clouds do in curs; .that the aggregate amount of matter they coutain, compared with the least of tbe heavenly bodies known to us, is exceedingly small; that the tail id constituted of the subtlest por tions of tho comctic matter, diffused by . solar agency; that their orbits arc para colic, or ollip-es of great ecceutricity; that (hey are liable to great changes iu their periods of revolution, being sometimes male to revolve in new orbits, with a quickened or, retarded motion, by tbe at- traction of foreign bodicsinto whose neigh borhood they may pass in the course of their eccentric career; and, thus, that of! the thousand? of comets which are sup- k r0'cd to have our sun for u focus, all, ex-, cept tho half dozen of short period.", must ever elude the grasp of bumau calculations? and, finally, that some havJ appeared which will not probably ever revisit our earth) Well may wc say with the sweet Psahui...

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

"Tl'V nr.i hairiness. witu men, a little more more money; with women, a little more .iu 0.,uia, a nme-more ram. - - New York Markets. Wednesday, Oct. 20, 1858. Jb LOUR AND MEAL. The sales are 8,200 bbls. at S3a$4 for unsound State: 4 20aS4 40 for ttandard sunerGue do and superfine Western; $4 45aS4 00 for extra State and low grades of Western extra: S5 25a5 40 for thinnirtrr hmnrlo f round-hoop extra Ohio. Rve Flour held higher and is in fair demand: sales oi -Juu bbls. at S3 10384 25. Com Meal IS nrmlv lie Id: Sales of Jnrsiu nt.Si 2S- -V t . J " ' ' aUa 1 uncneans at i n ,7,. S lnfIudc S5'000hncntof pupils; those from a distance bush. Red Ohio, a fair article, at about 1 06. llye is quiet at 75a70c, with a fair supply on the market. Oats are more plenty and arc lower, sales of State at 44a46c, and 4R a 49e., for Western and Cannadian. Corn is abundant and is dull and lower; the arrivals in prospect large, which gives buyers the advantage; the sales are 34,000 bush, at G3a79o. for ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 October 1858

g- riTJK OZVX Y AR TICLM - UNRIVALED IN MARKET, WITH IMMENSE HOME AND EUROPEAN DEMAND. Tli reason why, is ihot by Nature's own process it restorer the natural color pernio i.ently after the hair becomes gray; supplic the natural fluids, and thus run kef it grow on bald heads, removes all dam off, itching-, and heat from the sculp, quiets and tones up the penes, and thus cures all nervous headache, and may be relied upon to cure all discuses of the scalp and hair; it will stop and keep it from falling oft; makes l soft, glossy, health- y'and beautiful ami if used by tlie young: two or three times a week, it uill never fall or liccome gray, thru reader, read the following anil judge lor yourselves: . Ni;w York, Jan. 8, 165S. Messrs. 0. J. Wood & Co., Gentlemen: Having heard a good deal a boot Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, and my hair being quite grv, I made up my mind to lay aside the prejudice which I, in com mon with a great many persons, had against nil manner of patent me...

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

tjf ' " Ji piv "N t"WW!ilJJLLL 'JJ..1 JJ ULJLLL' 1 J iaLiA.L-.tu.a.i..rri r-r-r i . . v, io-ii- jiim-' i-i i-j. ua. " . J'." '"'" 1 w"''. .aauu, ,,,rari it,-..,,. . , .isuulJj ,m i lV - . - SJcuotcb to4 iOolttics, fiMratu-re, 2lqviatltitvc, euuce7 iiloraiiti), anb fnctciP Sntcllmcncc. 4 ff- - - " V . ,,mV , s;, ,-,,' '?,,.?;';, " r- i'V'i. ! .-,",i-L.ii ii fim,,',! ", M; .h.h. Mmm- !. ' ' 1 1 ii? iii ii :im' ! Him mi ii I - , L , ;.- - - ' i i'i f, , ; ,;, ,; .I,, ' -- ,, t V- VOL 18. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 28, IS58. NO, irr. ') -i Pliblishcd bV TilCOdorC 'Schocfl "TERMS. Two dollars per annum in ndrance Two tlolUrs and Hjunrter, Jialf yearly ami if not paid be fore the end ofthe year. Two dollars and n half. N6 pa perk discontinued until all arrearages are paid, txeepl at the option of Ihc Editor. . 10 Advertisements of one square ften lines) or less, ;n or three insertions, SI )0. Each additional inscr licii. 23 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING. - UT...

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

()c jMfcrsoiiinn. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1858. 663-We refer our readers to Advertise ment of Novelty Sewing Machine Com X'any. SST Gov. Packer has appointed lion aGaylord Churcb, of Crawford county, to be a judge of tho Supreme Court, in place of Hon. Wm. A. Porter, resigned. OUR TAXES. There is scarcely any subject that so derply touches the interest, principal and all, of the people as that of taxation it h an old sore. an annovmc corn on the public toe, of which the patient is ex cccdingly tender. Nevertheless the wound inu-t be probed and the nature and ex tent of the injury known, before a remedy can be applied; and the subject of taxa tion must be violently agitated, before Monroe county will collect her taxes, end the Borough of Stroudburgpay her debts That there is something wrong some where, must bo evident to all. When we know that not a cent of money ever reach es tuo ircasury, mat iresn dents are accumulating faster than old ones are can celled, that taxes which are asses...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 October 1858

1 4 a 3T "PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION OFFICIAL. . Wo subjoin a full and accurate table Commissioner, at tho lato election, made department, it will be seen that the for Wm. E. Frazer 26.290. At the State over Wilmot by a majority of 42,751 ; and over Wiluiot and Ilazzlehurst combined, by a majority of 14,619. revolution biuce last season : titv ; '$(Smr v COUNTIES. "'si-S't.'-t' Adams Allegheny Armstrong Jieavcr Bedford - Berks ' Blair Bradford Bucks Butler Cambria Carbou Centre - Chester Clarion Clearfield ' Clinton Columbia jOrawford . Cumberland Dauphin Delaware ' Elk Erie Fayette Poret Fr.anklin Pulton ; .3 V -Ski . Greene - Huntingdon Indiana Jt fferson Juniata Lanra-trr - Lawrence Lebanon Lehigh Luzerne -v ,;. Lvcoming , -j jM Kean - - . -Mrcer -Mifflin Monroe jVIont-omcry -31ontour Isoithamj ton 'orthunibvrland Perry Philadelphia City Pike Totter Scbii3 lkill Snyder Somerset - it ouliivan' : "Susquehanna J ioa : Union : Ycnango : "Warren Washington "Wayne : We-tmorelaijd Wyoming " ...

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

THE OKLY ARTICLE UNRIVALED IN MARKET, WITH IMMENSE ROME AND EUROPEAN DEMAND. The reason why, 16 that by Nature's own process it rostores the natural color perma nently sifter the hair becomes gray; supplies- iti6 until mi fluid?, and thus makes it grow on Jultl heads, removes all dunruff, itching, and iical inttii the scalp, quiets and tones up the ii'Tvcs and thus euros all nervous headache, utid may be relied upon to cure all diseases of the tealp and hair; it will ttop and Keep h from failing off; makes l soft, glossy, health- ij and beautiful and if used by the young two t.r llirnn limps n WlH'if. it V ill neVT Hill or become gray, Mirn reader, read the following and judge lor yourselves : New York, Jan. 8, 1858. Mpmw. O. J. Wood & Co., Gentlemen: lliiving heard a good deal a- fioui Professor Wood s Iiuir liosloralivo, and my hair being quite gr.'V, I made up my mind lo lay abide the prejudice which I, in com mon 'with a great many persons, hod again.! nil manner of patent m...

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

- . ' '. . 'li'""' jj '''"' 'j'' ' E3a)oici to poliiics, literature, Slgriatlturc, Science, JHoralitn, anfc cncral Jntdligcucc. VOL is. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 4, 1858. NO. 46, Published by Theodore Schoch, TERMS.-Tw odolhirs per annum in advance-Two Moliars nd a q-jurter, half yuariv-and if not paid be- Yore the end of the voar, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrcarages.are paid, eaSSSo,,clinos)cr less, one.or throe insertions, si oo. Each additional inser- lion. 23 cents. Longer ones "in proportion. , , (Having a general assortment of large, plain and or Dumcntal Type, we are prepared to execute every de scription of Curds, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts, Justices. Legit i and other illanks, Pamphlets- fcc., pun led wlili neatness and despatch, on roason.ihlc terms 't this office. YE CAN CONQUER, IF YE "WILL. BY ANANIAS M. SAWYER. Hugged toiler son of labor Stoutly battling every day For existence 0, my brother, Tbou shalt t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 November 1858

-te Morrisey was not to be seen and was po badly hurt that he would not probably be removed from Buffalo forsevcral weeks. The principals in this brutal display, James C. Ileenau (geneally kuowu as the Benicia Boy,) aud John Morrisscy a;e both descendants from Irish parents. The former is a native of America, aud wtfsonec a blacksmith in California, where he gained celebrity as a pugilist, though he n ver appeared. iu the prize ring, lie la represented to be an officer in the New Guatfim House, with Si, 500 salary, lie i 23 years old, G feet 2 iuchts high, aud ill 5 pounds weight. John Monisscy is betttr known by his prominence among the noted pugilist and distwxbers of the peace about New York lor several years paat. lie was born iu ln-land, but cainu to this country in bin infancy, measures 5 feet 11 inched high, and weighs 187 pouuds. lie was the cn pecial favorite of the New Yoik gamb lers, rowdies and fi 'htin: men from the out-ct, and heavy odds were freely bet u pon Liin. Ili...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 November 1858

"lTow"Tanning Material. ' IMs stated in The Maine Farmer that a pfemi'um was awarded at the State Fair for a calf sliin tanned by tho use of sweet ferniIfit is true that this hitherto use lcssiShrub which s-o abounds in our pastures-can thus be applied to a beneficial purpose, a tremendous saving will be made by the operation. . The s kins were ta"rined in one week, and had the appear ance of the best French calf-skin. k: From the N. Y. Dispatch. PRIZE CORRESPONDENCE. The" affidavit of Mr. Wilson, given below rnust.ilcMice scepticism with regard to the hoiVcsty of some lottery proprietors. This gentleman has vcrrihed tiie adage, "belter bcbbrn lucky than rich :"' .?fr- Augusta, Ga. Oct. 4lh, 155S. Wm4,R, Wilson, Esq. No. 498 Pern I st. N.Y. De,ir Sir: Allow us to congratulate you oniyour good fortune, in drawing the whole oft the second capital prize of $22,:100 in our lottery scheme of Sept. lllh, last. As We do not use the names of prize hol ders without special permission, wo huv...

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

r Via-:, TIIE OKLY ARTICLE UNRIVALED IN MARKET, WITH IMMENSE mm AND El'KGPEAN DEMAND. The reason why, is that by Nature's own process it restore the natural color perma nently alter tne Hair becomes gray ; suppiie the natural fluids, and thus makes it grow on bald hends, removes all dunrnff, itching, and iieat tram the scalp, quiets and tones up the imti'css, and thus cures all nervous Jienrtucne, and itmv be relied pn to cure all diseases ol the scalp and hnir;!it will stop and keep n from fulling off; makef U soft, glossy, health y and beautiful and il used by the young two nr three limes a week, it will never fall or become gray, then reader, read the following and judge lor yourselves: New York, Jan. 8, 1808. Mesn. O. J. Wood Si Co., Gentlemen: Having hrard a good deal a bout Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, and i.iv huir being quite gr;.y, I made up my mind lo"ly aside ihe prejudice which I, in com mon with a great many persons, had against nil manner of patent medicines, and...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 November 1858

iDcuotci to politics, literature, Agriculture, Sricucc, iJIoralitu, aub eueral intelligence. VOL 18. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER ii, 1858. NO. 47. Published by Theodore Schoch, . TERMS'. Two dollars per annum in ndvance Two ilolUrs and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore tlic end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No. papers discontinued until all arrearages aic paid, except at the option of the Editor. IE? Advertisements of one square (ton lines) or less, one or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional inser Xion. 25 cenls. Longer ones in proportion. o,, . JOB lSiVTiMG. allaTing a general assortment of large, plain and or nurhehtal Type, wc arc prepared to execute every de scription of Cards, Circulars, Kill Heads, Notes. Chink Receipts, Justices. I.rgal and other Uhinks, Pamphlets, ice, prin ted with neatness and despatch, on loasunublc tains at this office. i. The End of a "Woman's Caprices. A LOVE STORY. lMn nr n,rnr sr Kwl-wnrrl nnrnr n ' ungraceful, n...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 November 1858

I conversed, (and tcoirercd with hun dreds,) spoke of the People's party as a great conservative mocemcnt towards the inauguration of an enlarged and nation al hstcm of policy, in tupport of which, all patriotio nud Union loving meu may cordially unite without respect to previ ous party tie. or sectional consideration. True the issue ol the late elections in volves a most decided rebuke to the Ad mini?! ration and iti followers, lor their our-e on the Kan-as question a rebuke which was richly deserved, and which 1 was delighted to see administered. This whole Kansas lu-iucss, from its incep tion in the repeal of the Missouri com promise, down to the passage of the Jung Ink bill, I have ever regarded as a delu tiou and a cheat, ani have no pronounced it. It hoisted the 'dood gates of agitation on a difturbin question, which patriot." had hoped was put to rct it hi .-own broadca-t the seeds of disaffection and scetioual discord bit ween the north ami the south. It has for years rubord...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 November 1858

Emigrant Travel West There were 1,025 emigrant passengers passed, over the Pennsylvania llailroad during the mbnth of October. Of this number 010 came on from Now York hav ing with them 18,600 pounds of extra baggage. Of the whole number, 1,125 took passage lor points west of Pittsburg Since the first day of January, 8 665 pas Bengcrs from New York have passed over the road in (he emigrant cars, having With, them 200,025 pounds of extra bag gage. Of the 709 passengers from phila delphia during the month, 450 were des tined to points in the far West The in crease of emigrant travel over this road is very manifett at present, as can be as certaincd by visiting the depot at this place. llarrisburg Iclegraph. Interesting Calculation. A Yan kee is a calculating institution, and noth ing comes along that he does not subject to the ordeal of figures m sortc way.- Thc last instance that has come under our observation is tho following relative to Donati's comet : "Its tail is at least 6,000,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 November 1858

THE ONLY ARTICLE (NRtVALED Ift MARKET, WITH IMMENSE KOHE ASi) EUKOFKAK DEMAND. The reason why, is that by Nature's own process, il restores the natural color perma nently aficr the hair becomes gray ; supplies the nnttiral fluids,-and ihus makes it grow on Bald head?, removed a-lf danruff, itching,- and neat from the scalp, rpiicls mid tones up the ni.-rves, n ltd thus cures all nervous headache, and may be relied upon to core all disease. nt the scalp and hair; it will Mop and keep it 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 nevrr fall or become gray, then reader, read the following and judge for yourselves: New York, Jan. S, 1?5S. Messrs. O. J. Wood & Co., Gentlemen: Having hoard a good deal n bout Professor Wood's Hair !'estur..live, and rny hair being quite gr..y, 1 made up my mind fo lay aside the prejudice which I, in com mon with a great many persons, had against nil manner of patent medic...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 November 1858

il- 4 - . 3 JDrootefr to politics, fiternhirc, mgvicultuvc, Science, Jttoralihj, ano (Scncral SntclUQcncc. STROUDSBURG-. MQNROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 18, 1858. NO. 48. VOL 18. Published lv Theodore Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two Uollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. t No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editoj. i nZTAdvertisenients of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, SI 00. Each additional inser tion. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING. llnving a general assortment of large, plain and or hfuncntal Type, we are prepared to execute every de scription of 3PA5JS"2? rPIS-, ed from a Philadelphia Directory, 1 went Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts, to ODO of those alleys with which that city Justices. I.ppal and other lilanks, Famplilr.t5.&c, prin- , , ...J rn...i i.:, ,,. rtn a sum led with neatnes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 November 1858

iii J u citcvsoman. THURSDAY, 0VEERJL8, 1858. Special Notice. Sabbath next, Rev. Geo. W. Maclough--ilin, will preach in the Methodic Episoo- pal church of this place, on a particular .-ubject in the morning The necessity oj a Divine Rovclatiou. In the evening- Tho propagation of its truths--. To which wc invite attention. CST Tn to day's Jeffcrsouian, will be found a call for a meeting, to be held at the Court House in this Borough, on 1 uesuay tbc outu inst., lor the purpose of organizing an Agricultural Society. The object of the meeting is a good one, and we hope to see every farmer and me chanic at the meeting. Bank Directors. The annual election of Directors of the Stroudsburg Bauk took place on Monday lait, and resulted as follows: Depue S. Miller, Stephen Kiatler, T. W. Rhodes, Henry M. Labar, Morria Evans, Davis D. Walton, John Boys, J. D. Labar, Michael Shoemaker, Charles Saylor, James Place, James N. Durlinj: John N. Stokes Below we append the names of the gentlemen electe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 November 1858

c HZf'My dear," said a smiliDj? spouse to herjrther half, 'l am going .shopping to-aay.ana waut a littlechange." "Poohr responded the savage, "that would be no change at all; you go a shopping every aay I f" OCT" See advertisement of Dr. Sanford's. LIVER INV7GORATOR in another columns Agricultural Society. &otico ia hereby given that a meeting will be held at the Court House, in the Borough of Stroudsburg, ou Tuesday the dUtb of JNovoinbcr, inst., at 1 o clock, P M., for the purpose of organizing an Ag ricultural Society in Monroe County. It is hoped that every township in the Coun ty will bo fully represented. The object being to organize a Society, and adopt such measures that a Fair can be held nest Fall. MANY CITIZENS. PLASTER FOR SALE. ,A large and constant supply of Ground Pla.-tcr, at De Witt & Fine's Mill (former ly Stokc's) at 34 centn per bushel. DeWITT & FINE. Stroud township, Nov. 18, 1853. 4m. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES TIic Largest ami Cltcapcs Stock over, of...

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