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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 November 1859

J1:: ; NEW 1'SHICULTUm SETTLESIiW. . To ail wanting; Farm A n.HC OWOUTU.NITY IN A DELIGIlTrUIi AND HEALTHY CLIMATE 25 MILES SOUHRASTOF rilll.VUEI.PHIA, ON THE CAMDEN AND ATLANTIC KAJLUOAD, NEW JERSEY. An old cMale consisting of several ihou K-iiiits of ncies f productive soil lias been divided into ''arms ol various sizes to suit the pure hasor. A population of some Fif teen Hundred, from vaiious parts of Uie mid tile Slates and New England hate settled tlieie the pa-l year improved llieir places. timfrois'd excellent crops. The price of the lnnd is nt the low um of from Sl5 to SvU pernrrc. the soil is of the best quality for lisp production of Wheal, Clover, Corn. Peaches, Grapes and Vegetables. It is cort Mtlned the best Fruit soil in the Union. The place is perfectly secure ftom frosis the destructive enemy of the farmer. Crops of pram, grass and fruit ate now gtowine ..f7r.-m l,n secMi. Ii v examining the place iu-elf. a correct judgment can be formed of the productiveness of th...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 November 1859

II! 1 JlJJUTR til T ", a'lVJL Tigs I J r. IDcuotci to politics, literature, Agriculture, Srience, iHoralitn, emit eucrnl intelligence. VOL 18. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA, NOVEMBER 24, IS59. NO. 47 aa.s5& Bosessssift 9s885ai sss&ssasfe. apssatt -sssfs-v -.wr saaa mMm mm mm m&m mmm Kaa m&m i -RaosssK fcmsaissr feufswa- Runssrir wsitNg ssasssiw ess ("Lass fca-te8i is raps jf a's JsaKm Jamest MPmJHraew m. WSgmim NSssSa c3k Published by Theodore ScIlOCh. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Tw o dollars and :i quarter, lialf yearly and if not paid be fore the end of ihc year. Two dollars and a half. No papers discoid mued until all arrearages ate paid, except at llie option of the Hditot. rC Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, SI 00. Each additional inser ton'; 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOI5 CESNTffNG. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or- cnSn,Jfpe,UC i110 iTop:rcd to execute every le Is3 mm? "PffltXr...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 November 1859

St SHjc jWfcvsonian. THURSDAY, 1 OVEMEER 24, 1859. BJF"A lai'e Grc occurred at Oakland, in Price Township, on Monday uiht last, by which the extensive tannery of "Win. S. White, was entirely destroyed, togcthor with bis entire stock of bark, and a large proportion of the leather. So fierce were the flames that the leather in the vats was hurncd. down eighteen inche- from the top of the vats. When fir-t discovered the Sro was r9ging in one corner of a hark stack; and it ia supposed from its originating at such a place, that it was undoubtedly the work of an incm diary. We havo not learned where the prop hat amount, hut i I fc J j -- , Mr. White is undoubtedly a heavy loser This is the third tannery that Mr. White has lost by Sro within about three years If, as i supposed, this is the work of some maliciously disposed person, it is a great pity that ho cannot be ferreted out and brought to justice W.- tinrii-r.tiind that Mr. White in tends rebuilding. Bank Election. The following name...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 November 1859

Ill CHANGE OF TIME. Winter Arrangement. Delaware, Lackawanna & Wcstcn RAIL ROAD. CO" On and after Thursday, December 1, 1859, trains will be run as follows: Express Passenger Trains. MOVING SOUTH. The night Express Train east on N. Y. & Erie Km I road arrives at Great Bend at 3:2d A. Al., and connects with the Express Train leaving breat Uend for New lork and Phil adelphia, a I Due at New-Mil ford, Due at Montrose, Ilupboltom Nicholson : : Fuctoryvillc, Abington : : Sera n ton, -Moscow, Tobyhanna . : Stroudsburg, -. Water Gap, Columbia, : 8 00 a. hi. 8 17 " sac " 8 50 9 1G " 0 40 " 9 57 " 10:30 " 11:17 " 1 1:53 " 1:12 p. m. 1:31. " 1:50 " 02:00 " I 2;35 2:40 " 3:13 " 3:30 " 7:15 8:20 " Uridgville, -Washington. Junction, New York, Philadelphia, MOVING NORTH. Passengers from New York, leave Pier No. 2, North River at 7:30, a. in, From Phila. leave Walnut sL Wharf at Leave Junction, Due at Washington : Bndgevillc, Hope, (Phila. connection) Delaware, 15 inin. dinner, Columbia : ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 November 1859

.1 . . NEW AGRICULTURAL SETTLEMENT. To all wattling Farms A iRARK OPPORTUNITY IN A DELlOtlTFUI. AND HKALTIIY CLIMATE 25 MILES SOUHKAST OF PHILADELPHIA, ON THC CAMDEN AND ATLANTIC IIAILIIOAD, NEW JERSEY. , An old etalc consisting of -several thou sands ol acres of -productive soil has been divided into inarms of various sizes to suit tire r hncr. A population of some Fif teen IJtifdrcd, from various parts of the mid di States and New England have settled I4pie the pastvrar. improved their places. aiia raised excellent crops The price ohhe bind is at the low sum of from Slo to S'JO pur acre, the soil i l ile hi si quality lor the pn.duriinn of Wheal, Clover, Corn. Pnarhcs. Graves and Vcsclalhs h is oon- itiR t.esl Fruit sol! in the Union, The pla e is perfectly secure fiom fruais ihe destructive enemy of the fanner. Crops ni nr:ii i). orass and "iruil ate now plowing ami .-.in i o hocn. Bv examining the place i!v..!f ;i lorrfft iudflioeiit can he formed ol ih i,r.!nMuniifs of the land...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 December 1859

Elwotci to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, illoralitn, axib eucrnl intelligence. VOL 18. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER 11859. NO. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two lollure and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. No paper discontinued until all arrearages ate paid, except al the option of the Editor. IDAdveitiscmcnts of onesquarc (ten lines) or less, nc or three insertions, $ I no. Each additional inser ton, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING. Hlavinf! a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, we arc prepared to execute every de scription of Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes. Clank Kccciptss Justices, Legal and other Dlanks, Pamphlets. &c, prin, ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonable lei in at this office. J. Q. DUCKWORTH. JOHN HAYN To Coue&fry Dealers. DUCKWORTH & HAYN, WHOLRS.VLH DEALERS IN Groceries, ProvisioitS...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 December 1859

Si) Scffcva onion. THUHSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1859. Death of Washington Irving. The death of this beloved father of American Literature, occurred at his res ilience, on the Hudson, on Monday eve ning latt. Mr. Irving bns been unwell for several months past, suffering with an a-fhrnatic complaint, and besides, expe riencing frequent attack of severe pain in the region of tbe heart, accompanied with difficult respiration. lie retired to his room about half past ten o'clock, feeling not more unwell than usual, but on ap .proachiog bin bed-side, was seized with a violent pain in his left side, and died im mediately. The loss of this great and good men will hcnd n pnng of regret throughout the civ ilized world, for bid fame was world wide Mo died in the 77th year of his age. Lorenzo Ilnincs, a mulatto was arrest ed oil Monday la-t, on a charge of setting lire to White's lower Tannery, which, our r'cadors will recollect, was burned about T T a 1 t i a ycr ajo. lie uaa a Hearing ociore 'Squire ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 December 1859

JUKT LiST--December7erm, 1859. GRAND JURORS. Jackson Adam A. Sineer, Philip A. Frailey, John Jbelker. Polk J acob Altetrose. Tankhaiinock Frederick Keenbold, Jacob Altemose. StroudsbitrsWmUm S. Wintemutc, Sainuel llces, jr., Melchoir Spraglc. j-iwuMwn ucsfc via DU-Kiru, lucu- aru v. xv. Auaara, oamuel lice, tr. D o I o i IT T) i JJ O , JLUUtuv oauiutil OD1CK. vcrauu H iuiam iransue, John Sttll- C. tXflll? . rri T-. -... wen, James v an UusKirK. Fctcr leerpcn- ill- rr -ii ... ... nin. SmitfifickllUmy Del rick. Ross Timothy Mar-b. Price Edmond Price, Smith Price. Chcsnutliitt John J. Barthold. Eldrcd Jacob Correll. eTobyhanna William Eboch. PETIT JURORS. ChcsmtthiU Nathan Shupp, Philip Ivrcsge, Christian Leckcr, Jacob Greena- oyer. Smitlificld. Henry Meyen, William Snyder, Amos Labsr -L ' ., . tMI , , Pocono. Manuel) Miller, Anthony Sebrinc Jackson. John Ountcrboudt, John Bossinger, Peter 1'miley. M. SiniUifield. James Place, Martin Place, John V. Coolbaugb, Martiu Cort right, Simeon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 December 1859

NEW AGRICULTURAL SET TLEMEKT. To all wauling; r m-uis x rare opportunity in a delightful and hi:althy climate 25 milks souhcastof I'liiLADixruiA, on thi: camden and ATLANTIC RAILROAD, NEW JERSEY. An old cstnle consisting ol several thou sands of acres of productive soil lias been divided into .Farms ol various sizes to suit the pure baser. A population ol some Fif teen Hundred, from vanous parts ol the mid tile Stoics and New England hate settle! there the past vrar improved their places. and raised excellent crops The price ol the land is at the low sum of from 5lj to S20 l-er acre, the soil is ot the best quality fot the production of Wheat, Clover, Com, Peaches, Grapes and Vegetables It is con sidered the hesl Fruit soil in the Union. The place is perfectly secure from frosts the destructive enemy of the farmer. Crops ol pram, grass and Iruit ate now giovviu" and can be seen. Hy examining the place itself, a correct judgment can he formed of the prodoctneness of the land. The ter...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 December 1859

f $lct)otci ta fpolitics, literature, Vgri culture, Science, Jlloraliiu, axib eneral Intelligence. VOL 18. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER 8, IS59. NO. 49. lie Published by Theodore .Schoclh TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two tlollars n nl i quarter, hnlfyearlv and if not paid be fore the cad of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papcrsdisconiinucd until all arrearages arc paid, xcepl at the option of the Editoi. lOWdvcrtiscments of onesquaroden lines) or less, one or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional niscr ton, 25 cents. Longer ones m proportion. including Indian.) 13,000; Uuited States State. And, bo long as ranches of five AmerijnuH, 8,000; Europeans, 5,000. hundred to maDy thousand aero-, each The Aborigines were estimated, in 1856, stand in place of small, neat, wcll-rulti by Col. Henley, Superintendent of Indian vated farina, thin deficiency, though it Anairs, at ba,uuu. 1 believe this a gross may be modified, will continue. SOIS PRB2VTIHG. Having a ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 December 1859

Sflic Scffcvsonian. TfiUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1859. rOu Tu- mJ.ij la-1, in New York wa the day for the election of Municipal Of ficers. The oatxlidaie for Major were Ojtdjfke, Republican; Woo-l, Independ ent Loco; and ILivemcyer, Tammany Hull, -oco. Wood wad elected. Ma jority, 3,521. Municipal Elections in Massachusetts, New in d lord, Dec 5. At the municipal election held bore to day. Ianc G. Tabor, Independent, was elected Major by 570 aiajority over Wes ton IJarland, the Citizeus' candidate The majority in the City Councils is on the Independent ticket. Lawrence, Mass., Dec. 5. Daoiel Sauuders, Jr., the Citizens' can didate, was chosen Mayor to-day by 135 majority over Robins. Republican. A larjro majority in the City Councils-is al no on the Citizens' ticket. This is claim ed as a Democratic triumph. Springfield, Mas. Deo. 5. The Republicans carried everything to daj by from 31H) to 400 majority in a vote of 2000. They elected Daniel L. Harris for Major. The Hoard of Alder man and...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 December 1859

JURY LIST December Term, 1859. GRAND JURORS. Jackson Adam A. Siuger, Philip A. Frailey, Johu Felker. Polc Jacob Alle.ro ose. Tunlcluinnock Frederick Keenbold, Jacob Altcmose. Stroudsburg YiaTD S. Wintemute, Samuel llces, jr., Melehoir Spragle. Hamilton J cs-e Van Bu-kirk, Rich ard r. R. Addam. Samuel Rees, sr. Pocono Samuel Shick. Stroud William Transue, John Still well, James Van Ruskirk. Peter Tcerpen ninif. Sniilhficld Henry Detrick. Ross Ticiothy Marb. Price Esmond Price, Smith Price. ChcsmdhiU John J. Barthold. Eldrcd Jacob Correll. Tobyhanna William Eboch. PETIT JURORS Chcsnnthill. Nat linn Shupp, Philip Krcsge, Christian Decker, Jacob Greena mojer. SinithJicd. Ueury Meyers, William Snyder, Amos Lab&r. Pocono. Alana-Bch Miller, Anthony Sebring. Jackson. John Oustcrboudt, Johu BosMUger, Peter Fruilcy. Ml Smithfield J ames Place, Martin Place, Jobn Y..Coolbaugh, Martin Uort Tight, Simeon Si'hoonoycr, Dimiuick D. Overficld, A. J. Coolbaugh. Polk Rtuben Gregory, Daniel Sae ger...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 December 1859

NEW AGRICULTURAL SETTLEMENT. To all wauling Faints A EARI2 OPPORTUNITY IN A DELIGHTFUL AND HEALTHY CLIMATE 25 MILES SOL'IIEAST OF PHILADELPHIA, ON THE CAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD, NEW JERSEY. An old eiato consisting of several lliou sands f acres of productive soil has been divided into Farms ol various sizes to suit the. pun haser. A population of some Fif teen Hundred, from vanous parts ol the mtd die .States and New England hate settled there the pa.sl ve.ir. improved their places and raised excellent crops. The price ol the land is at the low sum of from 15 to S'JO per acre, the soil- i ol the best quality for the nroduriion of Wheal. Clover. Corn. Peaches, Graves and Vegetables, li is con sidered the best Fruit soil in the Union. The place is perfectly secure from frosts the destructive enemy of the farmer. Crop of pram, grass and Imit ate now gtowmu nd can be seen. Bv examining the place itself, a correct judgment can be formed of the productiveness of the land. The terms ate...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 December 1859

iDcubtcb to politics, literature, Agriculture, Srieuce, illoralitij, anh eucrnl jhitciUgcncc. STROUDSBURG, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER 15, 1S59. Vol is. iPiiblished by Theodore Sclioch. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars anil a quarter, hair yearly and if not paid be fore the end oi the vcar, Tw o dollars and a hair. So riapers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, fcxccpl at the option of the Editor. ID Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, tone pr three insertions, SI "0. Each addilional inscr ton, cents. Longer ones in proportion. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or hamental Type, e are prepared to execute every dc scription of Cards Circulars, Mil Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts Justices, I.egfl and other Blanks, Pamphlets- kc, pi in, ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonable term nt this office. i. Q. DUCKWORTH. JOHN HAYN To Cousafry Dcski'S. DUCKWORTH & HAYN, WHOLttSALU DEALERS IN groceries, Provisions, liqttorSj&c. No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 December 1859

ly this time become pick or ashamed of their negro-begging. Whj is it Mr. Doug las, that we find do allusion to these ef fort to evade or subvert the Ordinance of 'b7, and their utiiform failure, in your resume of the bintory of thi- i-ubject I Wby but because the facts are at deadly feud with your theory, mid prove it the novel hereby it truly id ! There were statesmen in Congress in lh02-7 who would gladly have procured a repeal oi suspension of tho Ordinance of '87, bo far a it forbade the Esteusion of Slave ry; there was not one -o for as 1 can dis covcr---who denied the right of Conre to preclude sucb Extension. The doc trine which deuies to Conrcs the right to inhibit Slavery in the Territories bad its origin in the perpl xitie of a Presi dential a-pirnut no longer ayo than 18 S When office-seekers cea-e to hare special need of it, it will die the death of the huui- bugs, and be buried in their open grave ou s-pcak of the antagonistic doctrine whifh confides the guardianship o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 December 1859

JTFRY LIST December Term, 1859. GRAND JUitOHS. Jackson Adum A. Singe, Philip A. Frailey, Johu Felker. Polk Jacob Altetuose. Ttmlcliamioclc Frederick Kecnfiold, Jieob Altcniose. Stroudsburg William S. Wintemute, Samuel Rees, jr., Mr lchoir Spraglc. Hamilton Jesse Van 13ukirk, Rich ard V. R. Addams, Samuel Reea, er. Pocono Samuel Shick. Stroud William Trausue, John Still well, JacneB Van Buakirk. Peter Teerpen- SmiUiJicld Henry Detriok. Jloss Ticaothy Marb. Price Edmond Price, Smith Price. Chcsnuthill Johu J. Bartbold. Eldred Jacob Correll. 'Pobylvanna William Eboch. PETIT JURORS. VlicsnuOiill Nathan Shupp, Philip Kresgc, Chriotian Decker, Jacob Grcena moyer. Smithfcld. Henry Meyer, William Snyder, Amon Labor. Pocono. Maoa-seh Miller, Anthony Sebring. Jackson. John Ousterhoudt, John Bossinger, Peter Frailey. M. Sinitlifield James Place, Martin Place, John V. Coolbaugh, Martin Cort right, Simeon Scboouover, Dimmick D. OrerOeld, A. J. Coolbaugh. Polk Reuben Gregory, Daniel Sae ger. Stro...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 December 1859

NEW AGRICULTURAL SETTLEMENT. To ull wasttiti Parens A UAItC OPMUTBMTT IN A DKLIOHTrUI. AND HKALTHY CLIMATE J5 MILES SOUHHASTOF IMIILADn.rillA, ON THE CAMUKN AND ATLANTIC KAlLltOAD, M1W JERSEY. An nit! iivinto consisiinn ol several thou samls of acies of productive soil has been IllvlUt " WWII J l "l" fi'v." ...... the jrbncr. A po ulation of some FiJ taenumhdi'cd, trm vsiimi pans ol the mid tile Slnti-a ud icw England hate sttlo' ilii-rt' ;h tai rear, imorovcd their places and raised excellent crops The price i thf 10 f.t Ui.v ,,vv shim ill Irnin S15 lo S20 per acre, the soil is tbo bost quaiuv for the produciion ol H'Acrj, Clover, Corn. PcacJics, Grapes and Vigclublcs h is run. MfJcrOil the t-est Froll soil in the Union. Tiie plnre is perfectly secure from frosts the deMrur live enemy of the fanner. Cmp of grain, grass andiruii ate now giov.int; Uv i xamkiina the place itoli. a correct jud!nent can he forme! of the prodiclienos ol tne iano. i uu icroi. a:e made easy to secure the r...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 December 1859

JDcuotcit to folitirs, literature, Agriculture, Sricncc, iHoralit, aub encral Sntclligcucc. VOL 18. Published by Theodore Schoch. ... . v TEUMS. Two dollars per annum m advance Two llollurs and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- XelttM txeept at Uic option of thcEditm. rrr Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or lcs. bnhreein ton, 35 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOl P1MST1SG Bavin" a general assortment of large, 'plain and or- hamental Type, wc are prepared to execute every de scription of- FIuFf FFr 'VeinKs Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes, Dlank Receiptss Justices, Legal and oilier ai.uilss. Pamphlets. &.. prin, led with neatness and despatch, on raasonahle term at this office. 3. Q. DUCKWORTII. JOHN IIAYN " o , w . unavaihac attempt to mako southern al- To Country Dealers. ilioH7 FolcrieSs allies, when Saoed-iF DUCKWORTH & HAYN, gained! It is a fact to be remembered, wnoLUSALE dealers in jn this connection, that jut twenty years Groceries, Provisions, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 December 1859

EI)C 3Mfcvsoninn. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1859. fitter We wonbl call the attention of ur readers to the Address of the Re publican Committee of Philadelphia, pub lished on the first page of this paper. Tt is an able, worthy and instructive doc ument, and will well repay a careful pe rusal. Belvidero Delaware and "Water Gap Rail road. The Jlelvidere Journal of Friday last says: "We are already informed that our towu"man, Judge Robeson. President of tho Water Gap Railroad Company, 1 nnmnlptpil all his arrangements for the construction of this road, from Belvidero to intersect with the Warren Railroad at Delaware station, or at Little tunnel. Judiie R. deserves tbe thanks of the eiti- rens of this town for his untiring exer tionsin all matters Jikely to inorease its growth or prosperity. . Henry S. Eans, of Chester county has been named as an Opposition candi date for Governor, ne is well and lvor ably known a tbe editor of that popuiar journal, the Village Record, puMx.-hed at West Che...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 December 1859

f "PUBLIC VENDUE. Thcro vcill be sold at public vendue, at the house of John Barlip, dee'd, in El dred township, Monroe county, oo Saturday, January 7 th, 1860, at 1- o'clock p. ra., the following Real Estate, to wit: No. 1 containing 64 acres, of which about 50 acres is cleared, about 12 acres ofmeadow; a good Apple Orchard.regS Ibo improvements are Tr two etory LOG HO SE. 22 'by 28 feet; frame BARN 35 ft. by 55 feet, with stone stables : & Wagon House attached to the barn, 16 by 35 feet ; a log Stable 20 by 25 feet; a never failing spring near the house; a Btream of water runs through the proper ty. The cleared land is in a good state of cultivation. No. 2, containing about 37 acre1?, about 25 acres cleared, the remainder good Timber land, lyinir on the public road leadiog from the Wind Gp to Smith's Gap. There U a good spring on the prop erty and a very desirable place for build ing. The land U in a high statc-of culti vation. No. 3 contains G2 acres and 150 perch es, about 7...

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