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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1859

W-Jl-V - 1859 rPOP.UlJAR TKADJG 1859 IN Ribbons and Millinery Goods EBBOJfSil BJBBfcNSH GIBBONS!! Tojfcrchunls, Milliners, Jobbers. Dealers v , in .Ribbons, Millinery Goods, and Cask byycrs in all sections of the Country. v The Cash Ribbon Jlmise, V 1,15 Chambers Street. iVrtt York. . , ' JNO. FAURELL. ESTABLISHED 1856. WIS have oripimtt'ed a new princit. e a nevvi ;era in the Ribboo Trade, whereby we make, this business plain, simple, und staple Asu ha Uof brown sheetings. WE fiELH FOR CASIlf WE BUY FOB CASH We are sailed with 5 per cenl profit. Ak no Second Price. Have all our good. marked in plain figure. so that man, woman and child "buy alike," and receive the same -value lor their money. .Our. prices for best Taffeta Ribbons, nil colors, are No. 1 13 ;ts per niece, No. f M cfs. per piece, li 15 ' 4 6 S?i -2 20J " ' ' t-ii " 3 V51 " " " 12 $U71 No. 16 $1,47 per piece. WE'OFFER FANCY 1UHHONS Al.L TYl.F.S.'" 'ALL COLORS.' 'ALL QUALITIES.' AT PUICES DEFYING COMPETITION, AND FOR CA...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 May 1859

Ill Hl jjj " ' ' " " " SlcuotcD to politics, literature, Agriculture, Sriciue, iltoralitu, ani -aural ,3ntcUigcnce. Til'- 13. ' STROUDSBURG,MONBOE COUNTY, PA. MAY 2G, 1859. NO. 22, 4 Published by TjlCOdoi'e ScIlOCll TERMS. Two dollars per nnnum in advance Two doUitVs :intln quarter, hnlf ycurlv ntul if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollar. and a half. No papers discontinued iinnl all arrearages aicpnid, ejfftpl at the option of the liditot. IE? Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertion, SI 00. Each additional inser tion, 23 cents. Longer ones in proportion. SOU I'SlIiYFfZVG. Having n general assortment of large, plain and or nainentHlType, we are prepared to execute every dc soription of Cards. Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes. filank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other "Hanks, Pamphlets, fcc, prin ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms jtt this office. Theory and Practice. Oh -if there is one earthly bliss, More precious than anot...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 May 1859

c()c Jkffcrsouian. of TIIXTESDAY, J5di People's Stalfi Convention. The Citizens of Philadelphia, and hesevcra! counticsof this Couiitonwealth, fi.n Pnnlrt'x Part v. and all ji 1 1 ui ui; j j mij who are oDnoscd to the unjust, un wise and extravagant measures of tho Na tional Administration, are requested to pend Delegates, equal in number to their several rrprcscntaUoasin thc ucncrai js omhlv. to a Convention to be held ai 1IAR1USRURG. on WEDNESDAY, June 8th. lPHO, atlO A. M., to nomi nnto Candidates for AUDITOR GEN ERAL and SURVEYOR GENERAL, to be voted for at the Gcueral Election in next October. HENRY M. FULLER, Chairman. William R. Mann, Secretary. April 14, 18.VJ. watob tower of Democracy." refers to an attack made by the mis- COURT PROCEEDINGS. The May Term commenced on loco Foco Economy. Another of thc-s3 Mod- .. . -Crtr:. The regular pay ot toe marine uaou, rri . l ..i wratnh tower ol Dcmocraov. anisouu StraOTCM who have visited jsas- suikj over our --uubuP. ? . in.iii- ti U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 May 1859

LATEB from EUROPE. AERIVAL OF TEE.VAOERBILT. THE FIRST RATTLE FOUGHT, THE SARDINIANS VIC1 ORIOUS. trhree Hundred Austrians taken Prisoners, New York, May 2l. The arrival of the 6tcaajsbip Yauderbilt from Havre and Southampton, furnishes files of the 14th ihst. The Vandcrbilt Failed the same day with the City of Baltimore, but the files are four days later than any pre Yidusly to hand. FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. Piedmont has laid an embargo on all Austrian vessels in Sardinian ports, but neutral property is to be respected. A revolution is expected to occur at fjomo, Lombardy, the tri-color flag hav ing been hoisted by the people before the castle. The .Austrain commander imposed a contribution of ."300,000 frauces on the town of Yorcclli. The subscription to the new French loan opened on the 7th, and 300,000,000 were already subscribed. Turin, May 0. The Au-trians have advanced from Vcrcelli towards Euronzo and Salluzola. They continue to fortify themselves on both banks of the Sesia and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 May 1859

1839 POPULAR TRADE 1859 "V" IN .Ribbons and Millinery Goods EBBOITS !I EIBfiOHS!! EIBEOKS!! To Merchants, Milliners, Jabbers, Dealers in Ribbons, Millinery Goods, and Cash 'buyers in all sections of (he Country. r The Cash Ribbon House, lib Chambers Street, New York, J NO. FA Kit ELL. ESTABLISHED 1858. $VIe; have originated a new princij- e :i nouvern in the Rilibon Trad, u hereby we ninke this busines-s pl.iin, simple, and staple as 1 hat of brown sheetings. WE SELL FOU CASIl! WE BUY FOR CASIl! We are satisfied uilh 5 per cent, profit. A?kno'Second Price. Have all our goods marked in plain fi!rurcs,so that man, woman ftiTilclnld "buy alike," and receive the same value' for. their money. (Dur prices for best Taffeta Ribbons, all Ciilofs'are No. 1 12 r.ts per piece, No."4 35Jcts. per piece, 115 0 674 " 2 01 ' ' ! twj '' " 3 V5i " " " 12 $107 . Nov 1C $1,47 per piece. We offer fancy kjhijons 'all ttles. 'all colors.' 'all qualities.' at prices defying competition, and for cash only. O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 June 1859

Ill li.'.m.t.iw: 1" HI ln.,!Wa?tii 'Jrj'nJJ BcvQkb to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iiloraUti), ciub (general " intelligence. VOL 18. STROUDSBURG-, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 2, 1339. NO. 23, I Published by Theodore Schoch TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and si l'iartnr, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of ihc vear, Two dollars and a hair. No papers diooni)nued until all arrearages aic paid, except at the option of ihc Editor. IO Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, 5-1 00. Each addition.il inser lion. '25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOI5 I'RflSTISG. Ifavini: a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, wc arc prepared to execute every de scription of Cards. Circulars, Rill Heads, Notes. Blank Kcccipts, justices. Legal and other RUnks, Pamphlets. &c, prin ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms ml this office. THERE'S WORK ENOUGH TO DO. The black bird early leaves it r...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 June 1859

Efjc Jcffcvsonian, THURSBAY, JUKE 2, 1S59. CSf We would call the attention of the r- armors of thir? Couuty, to the fact that the chatter of the Monroe Couuty Agr icultural Society was granted at the laic term of Court. Novr that the Society has been incorporated, wc hope aud be lieve' fbat our Farmeri will take the most lively interest therein, and make prepar ation?, the present season, for an eshibi tion of what they can raise, next full. Let the Farmers feel a spirit of crania lion, and strive to excel each other in raising vegetable prodigies, and in dis playing their skill in the noble science of Agriculture generally. Who will have the best stock, the fatcst porker?, lie finest horses, the heaviest beeves, the tab 'lest shanghais, the bctt farming utensils And good housewives, there is a wide field of triumph open for you. Matron znd maids, wives and daughter of our intelligent Farmers, we vrii-h to see which among you will excel at the Agricultural Fair ucxt fall : who will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 June 1859

MERCANTILE APPRAISEMENT Of Monroe County, for 1859 The following is a list of the renders Merchandise, Restaurants, &c, in the said County, classed in accordance with the sev eral acts of Assembly relating to the same. Class. Amount. Stroudsburg. P. & J. Miller, 14 Henry Shoemaker, 14 John N. Stokes, 14 Samuel Rees, Jr. 14 Jacob Geotz, (Restaurant) 8 Ferdinand Dutot, do 8 James N. Durling, (Drugs, &c.) 3 Hollinshead & Detnck, do. 3 Samuel Mclick, 14 Geo. II. Miller, 14 A. Fowler, 14 Robert Boy?, 14 Daniel Peters, (Restaurant) 8 It. S. Staples, & Son, 14 Wayne G. Drake, 14 Wallace & Co., 14 Wallace &. Co., 14 D. H. WyckofT, &Co., 14 Robert Huston, (Liquor) 14 Godlieb Aurachcr, 14 Nicholas Rustcr, 14 James A. Pauli, 14 Henry C. Wolfe, 14 M. A. Wustcr, 14 E. S. C. Horn, 14 Wm. Flory, 14 Thomas A. Wood, (Billiard Table) M. M. Burnett, ' 14 Pocono Township. Brown &. Morgan, 14 Jacob Stoufler, 14 Nathan Frantz, 14 Joseph DeYoung, 14 Polk Township. Peter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 June 1859

1859. POPULAR TRADE 1559 (lions and Millinery Goods, RIBBONS 1 "RIBBONS' ! KIBEONS ! ! To Merchants, Milliners, Jobbers. Dealers in Ribbons, Millinery Goods, and Cash buyers in all sections of I lie Country. The Cash Ribbon House, H5 Chambers Street. JS'cto York, JiVO. FA Kit ELL. ESTABLISHED 1658. Wo. have oriyinnled a new princit. c a new era In I lie Ribbon Trade, whereby we make this tiusiuc.-s plain, simple, and staple its that of brown sheetings. ivn sell ron cash, we nuv foil cash! We arc satisfied with 5 per cent profit. Ask no Second Price.- Uiive all mir goods marked in plain Jiglzres, so thai man. woman and child "buy alike,' and receive the same nilue lor their money. Our prices for best Taffeta Ribbons, all colors, are No. 1 J2 rts per piece, No. A 3o cts. per piece, ' it is " ' G 7i 4i o iju y No. 10 $t,1Ti j cr piece. WE (T7FETX FANCY RIHBONS 'ALL TVI.1?S.' 'ALL COLORS. "ALL QUALITIES.' AT PRICES DEFYING CO.Ml'IJrnmN, AND FOR CASH ONLY. Our Establishment is the centre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 June 1859

I t&v&k ssrassK j L mi 3cwtc& to politics, literature, Agriculture, Srinuc, ixloralitij, anb nxcral intelligence. VOL 18. STEOUDSBURGj MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 9, 1859. NO. 24 Published by Theodore Sehoth TIJIt.MS.-Tw.nloUiirs per milium in advance-Two irs and h quarter, half yearly ami if not paid be fcrp the end of llic year, Two dollars ami a half. j on papers lUscnntiniicu until all arrearages aic paiu, exceul at the option of the Editor. , IC? Advertisements of one square (ten linos) or tcs5, one or three insertions, $ I 00. E;ich additional in?cr tteii. 2j cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB IR8SrHS. ., Ilavins a general assortment of large, plain and or r.nnvcntal Type, wc are prepared to cxeeule every dc scnption of Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads. Notr.s. Blank Iteecipls, Justices, Legal and other llianks, Pamphlets, fee.., piin ted uith neatness and despatch, on roasun.ihlc terms at mis ouioc. From the Ladies' Home Magazine. A SLIGHT MISTAKE. BY CAPRICE. One cool...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 June 1859

Elje 3ctTevsonian. THURSDAY, JUIvE 9, 1859. sJE" All persons aro hereby notified to have Express matter at the office by 11 o'clock A. M. or it must be laid over till Iioxt day. JOHN N. STOKES. Ililitary Election. At an election for field officers, of thi- Brigade, bold at Saylor.sburg. on tbu Cnh inst., the following persons were duly c- lected, viz: Obaflton Bcsrnct, Brigadier General. Reuben Gregory, Brigade Inspector.. Alfred Van Ifckirk, Major. Joseph Keller, Adjutant. Heavy Frosts. 'The frost on last Sunday morning, the 5th int., so far as wc have brcn able to learn, has done no serious damage in this place; but in certain localities the corn leaves, cucumber and beans were slight ly frozen. One individual, at Foxtown, told us that his cucumber vines were killed. Below we give accounts from other lo calities : Cleveland, Ohio, June G. There wa a heavy frot throughout -the northern part of Ohio, on Saturday night, and the wheai crop was badly injured or destroy ed, an-d corn, g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 June 1859

The tniLADELEIirANS purpose to cato the Ireight riepot of the Pcnnsylva nia Railroad at (Till i,;n on tho Delaware, aud to bring the road dj a tunnel untier the bed of Callowhill street from the Schuylkill to the Dola ware, a tii-taucc of about two miles. The schccio will bo a costly one, but no doubt highly advantageous to the city and tbc roau New York Markets. Wednesday, June 8, 1859. FLOUR AND MEAL Wheat Flour: the sales arc 840 bbls., at $5aG for reiee ted superfine State; SG 40aSG 00 for in spected do.; SO OOaST 05 for extra do.; S6 90a7 25 for low grades of Western extra; S7a$7 35 for shipping brands of round-hoop extra Ohio; S7 4)aS3 55 for trrtde brands do.; S7 75aSI0 for St. Louis brands, and S7 7oaS0 50 for extra Gen- essce. lire Hour: sales of IOObbls. at Sla$5 50. Corn meal is in steady request bales of 200 bbls., at S4 20 for Jersey. and 1 50 tor brandy wine, GRAIN Wheat; the sales arc 4,500 bush. Milwaukee Club at $1 20; 1,100 bush. White Kentucky at SI 95aS2. Oats ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 June 1859

1850 POPULAR TRADE 1S59 Ribbons and Milfinery Goods, &EBEONS ! EIBBOHS' ! ! RIBBONS ! To Merchants, Milliners, Jobbers, Dealers in Ribbons, Millinery Goods, and Cash buyers in all sections of the Country. The Cash Ribbon House, 115 Chambers Street, New York, JNO. FARRELL. ESTADLISUED 1858. We have originated a new princij. c o fiew era in Hie Ribbon Trad1, whereby we niiike this business plain, simple, and staple as that of brown sheetings. "WE SELL FOR CASIl! WE BUY FOR CASIl! We are satisfied with 5 per cent profit. Ask no Second Price. Have all our goods' marked in plain figures, so thut man, woman :ind child "buy alike," and receive the same value for their money. Our prices for best Taffeta Ribbons, all colors, are No. l I2cts per piece, 1 15 i O (l No. 4 3.H cts. pcr'piccc, 41 3 Sil ' 12$ KIT i No. IC S.l,1Ti per piece. WE OFFER FANCY IMHItONS 'ALL STYLES,' 'ALL COLORS.' 'ALL QUALITIES.' AT I'KlCES DEFYING COMPETITION, AND FOR CASH ONLY. Our Establishment is the centre of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 June 1859

,.ir-it- r Slcuotcfc to JOolitirs, literature, gvicullurc, Sricnrc, iHoraliti), ana cncral Intelligence, VOL 18. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 16, 1859. NO. 25. Published by Theodore Schoch AN OVERLA'ND JOURNEY. I l stopped oyer night nt Quiucy, and TERMS.-Tvvo dollars per annum in advanec-Twb T7rom RTew York to Kansas t0ok tbe stcamboat 1 ,bo at ' next raor- ion a 110m-WeiT XOrK;, Saf- 'ning for Hannibal, miles below. I had orc the end ofthc year, Two dollars and a half. ATCHISON. Kiinsa. May 15. 1559. e , ,, .. ,r. . . . , . . No papers discontinued until all arrearages ate naid. ' T , ,.. T V , , U - J - !. . reneatodJv CroSSCU the lUlSslSSippi, but except at the option of the Kditor, . cLr-Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions. M 00. Each additional inser tion, 25 cents.. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, vc are prepared to execute every dc scriplion of Cards, Circ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 June 1859

tbe cliampion of American interests and American industry. Such is the groat American Republican Party of Pennsyl vanin, aa strong to day in its deathless principles, and stronger to-day in the multitude of its adherents than any par ty that ever existed in the Commonwealth so strong that nothing short of internal disseuMobs, instigated by petty pique and personal disappointment, can endanger its -uccess. I trust in God, no false heart ed treiior can be found to strike the fa-ral-blow. 'h reo years ago, because the great Opposition Party of the United tHtates was divided, a weak, bad man was carrivd iuto power ngniust a popular ma jority of nearly -100,000. We thought it then a terrible calamity, but, thauk Heaven for bis woaku-ss, he lias provcu himself to be the mostefiioieiit ally our party overbad! lie has never omitted a.-inleopportunity tomercaseour Mrcn'th and verify our prediction, until bis supporters in every section of the country are forcod to exclaim in the words of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 June 1859

tired of tho carcB of office," and was anx ious to retire to tbo quiet enjoyments of Ms home, at Wheatland, where he might spend the rest of his days in peace, and in the possession of a well slocked ward robe from the palatial store of E. C. Pylc, opposite the old Gaston 13ank. "What makes you look so glum, Tom?'5 "Oh I have had to endure a sad trial to my fceling-i.' What oncarth was it 7" "Why, I had to tie on a pretty girl's bon net while her ma was lookinon." Xew York Markets. WeDiNesday, Juue 15, 1859. FLOUR AND MEAL Wheat Flour; the sales are 7,500 bbls. at $6 25a$G 55 for inspected super6ne State, G 55a$f) 70 for choice do., $6 80a$7 for extra do., SG 90a7 25 for low grades of Western extra, S7 20aS7 50 for shipping brauds of round hoop extra Ohio, 87 20a-$7 50 for trade brands do., S7 75 a $10 for St Louis brands, and $7 75aS9 50 for extra Ccncssee. Rye Flour; sales of 100 bbls. at S4aS5 40. Corn Meal is unchanged; sales of GOO bbls. at S4 20 for Jersey, and $4 50 for Brand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 June 1859

1S5& POPULAR TRADE 1859 IN Ribbons and Millinery Good HIBB0IT3 ! EEBBOlfS f ! JlIBBONS .! ! To Merchants, Milliners, Jobbers, Dealers in Ribbons. Millinery Goods, end Cash buyers in all sections of the Country. J he Cash Ribbon House, 115 Chambers Street, New Yofk; JNO. FARRELL. ESTABLISHED 1S53. Wo have originated a new prmcij. e a hew era m flin Ribbon Trade. W hereby wc t'nukc this business plain, simple, and staple as that of brown sheetings. a. . I ... k v A n J Oil' WIS SELL iUll UA&lii Wis iiU 1 run taou. We are satisfied with 5 per cent profit. Ask no Second Price. Have all our good: marked in plain Jiirures, so that man, woman and child "buv alike," and receive the same value for their money. Our nrices for best Taffeta Ribbons, all colors, are No. 1 12 rls per piece, No. 4 3.pi cts. per piece, 3 Sii " ' ' 12$l()7i No. 1G $1,4"J per piece. WE OFFER FANCY MlinoNS 'ALL STYLES.' 'ALL COLORS.' 'ALL QUALITIES.' AT -PRICES DEFYING COMPETITION, AND FOR CASH ONLY. Our Estab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 June 1859

HJmotcft to politics, literature, Qlgrintlturc, Semite, iltoralitn, anfc cncral intelligence. Vol is. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 23, 1859. N0.26. Published by Theodore Schoch TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two aollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be lore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages aie paid, except at the option of the Editor. IO Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $1 00. Each addition.il inscr lion. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JO f'RISTIWG. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, we are prepared to execute every de ie'ription of fcards, Circulars, Hill Heads. Notes, filank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other Ulanks, Pamphlets, kc, prin ted with neatness and despatch, on roason.iblc terms at this office: 3. Q. DUCKWORTH. JOHN IIAYN. CHEAP FOR CASH. BUCK WORTH & IIAYIV. Com mission Merchants ami dealers in Groce ri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 June 1859

jc 2cffcrsonian. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1859. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL. Thomas E. Cochran, of York Co. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL. William H Kcim, of Berks Co. .1 , i imm mini iiiMitrr- EST All persous are hereby notiOcd to have Express matter at the office oy 1 i o'clock A. M. or it must bo laid over till next day. JOHN N. STOKES. Fourth of JtsSy. gr A meeting convened in tho Court IIouc ou Monday night, to take steps to wards a celebration of the coming Fourth of July in a befitting manner. Commit tees of Finance, of Arrangement, and of Invitation to procure Orators, &c, were selected, and contributions received. The sum desired to be raided is only one huudred and fifty dollars. Wo hope our citiiens will be liberal io contributing'to wards raising a sum that will enable us to celebrate the ever glorious anniversa ry of our Nation's independence, iu a manner that shall do credit to Strouds burg. Probably if this small sum is not raised, more thou Gve times that amount will be spent by our ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 June 1859

-?rom tho WhcelingTimos and Gazette Though it may seem strange to many vino have not seen it, jet there is no doubt of the fact, that Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative will change grey hair to its original color, and cause it to grow on lieada entirely bald, and by a few appli .! ! . r it rr n . cauons Keep it irora tailing on. i here waa a time when persons wlTo had lost their hair were compelled to wear wigs or go bald, but smco the advent of Prof. "Wood's Tonic, thero is no longer any necessity 01 vigs or grey bairs. 0O See advertisement of Dr. Sanford's LIVER IN VIG ORATOR in another column THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated EVmale Pills. PROTECTED ?5? ci jV&Q 'f&Gr BETTERS DV ltOYAI. SWsLgSSijp PATENT. Prepared frpm a prcsriplion of Sir J. Clarke, M. D. Physiaan Extraordinary to the Queen. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of nil those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and...

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