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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 April 1860

Ayefs Sarsaparilla, A compound remedy, in which we have" labored to produce the most cDcctual alterative that can te imide. It is a concentrated extract of Para rvtrsnparilla, s-o combined with other substances of still greater nhenuivo power in to afford an effective antidote for the diseases Sarsaparilla ia reputed to cure. It is believed tlnit pueh n rcm edv is wanted bv those who suffer from Stru tnouis complaints, and that one which will ac complish their cure must -ovc of immcn?o ser vice to this larpe class of our a'.llietcd fellow citizens. How completely thi. compound will do it has Ikjch p-vcn by experiment on many of the worst easci to be found of the following complaints : Scijprnn axi) ?caorr;.or? Complaints, Entri-noics and Knurxivi: Diseases. Ul rans, lJiMru.sf Umtchs, Tcmors, Salt tin:fit, Scali IIi-.ad, Svrmus and Syx'HI i.itic Affections, Mi:itc:cni.L Disease, Dnorev. JCtunALCiA on Tic Doclolki:al'X, Debility, Uysi'Epsia and Indigestion, I;kys2:'HLA3, IIosb, ot: St...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 April 1860

JDeuotcu to politics, literature, Vgriculture, Science, JHoralitn, axxtr ntcral intelligence. VOL 10. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. APRIL 19, I860. NO. 15. Published by Theodore Schoch. speech of the hon. jas. Campbell. ternIs. two dollars per annum in advance two Delivered at a Ratification Meeting in dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be-, Philadelphia, On the 18th of March, fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. I , No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, i At the request 01 tho honorable and 'YaSS ficntlcman from Ohio, (Mr. tone or three insertions, $100. Each additional inscr- Corwin,) I Will, for a few moments, on ion. '25 cents. Longer ones m proportion. " .. . . tt i I V- n . ... .-. gage jour attention. Had it not been JOB PRBIVTIISG. fr this request, I would not have arroga- ftaring a general assortment of large, plain and or ted to myself the right nor the propriety SioanS'pC,Ue arepn3,,arcd 10 executcever'de preceding a man so d...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 April 1860

(El)c 2cffcrsonian. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1S60. FOR GOVERNOR Hon. Andrew G-. Curtin OF CENTER COUNTY. -0n the out side of this paper wil ho found a speech delivered by the lion James Campbell, in Philadelphia nt Curtin ratification meeting. Read it. jgg Henry Shoemaker, Merchant this place, has just returned from the city f.tnclr of Good, which he will sell at low rates for cab. Ca and examine his etook. A Mistake. Wo notice that some of our cotempora rics are laboring under a mistake, in re lation to a proposed amendment to the School law, regulating the salaries of County Superintendents. The amend ment was not passed, as has been stated in some quarters, but was lost in tho hur ry of business, at the close of the session The School Journal, in its April number, contains full information in relation to the subject, and says that but for an un fortuuate combination of circumstances, tbe amendment would have passed. The Party of Rii union. In order to exhibit fully tbo extent to whioh...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 April 1860

JTe.w York Markets. Wednesday, April 18, 1860. FLOUH .AND ME AL heaflour; he sales arV 6350 bbls., at S5430aS5 35 for Supcrfino "Statei So 40aS5 50 for ex tra do ; Sr G0S5 yo fr thc ,ow graJei of Extra Western; 86 05aS6 15 for ship pine brands of round-hoop Extra Obio(; S6 05aS6 15 forsbipping brands of round hoop Extra Ohio; $6 20a$7 for trade brands do., and 8 70aS7 60 for St. Lou js brands. Ryo flour: sales of 260 bbls. at $3 40aS4 10. Corn Meal; sales of 100 bbls. at S3 60aS3 63 for Jersey. GRAIN Wbeat; sales of 6,000 bush. prime Milwaukee Club, in store, at $1 27 for escort; 1.500 busb. Iowa Spring, SI 30. Rj is n r demand and is not nlontv. at 83aS4c. Uat?; sales ot ltf,uuu busb. at 44a44c. for Wcetcrn and Can adian. Corn; thc sales arc 25 000 busb. at 73a74ic. for Western cixed, 77c. for Jersey white and 6a7c. for Jersey and Southern Yellow. MOLASSES Tberc is a moderate demand and prices aro steady; sales of ann Mil. Nnw Or cans at luc: ana :uu hhds. Cuba Muscovado at 26a29c;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 April 1860

lyefs Sarsap Aicompnunil remedy, in which wo have labored l'pru4ufc the mot effectual alterative that c;n V m'nilr; It is a (unrcntnitrtf extract of Vara. JVtrswailltt. o combined with other substances tvf stli! greater alterative rower ih to afford' an elective, antidote for the diseases Saroaparilla is leputed to cure. It is lclievel that such a rem edy is wanted by iho.;c who suffer from Stru mous .o:r.n!ait5?, and that ono which will ac complish their cure must prove of immenso ser vit o to this larjie flass of our afflicted fellow citizens. How completely this compound will doit has been p. oven by experiment on many of the worst case to be found of tho following vornphdnts : Scnorrn a'd FciiOFCi.ous Complaints, Urci'TionS ,ani KurrnvK Diseases. Ul cers, Pi h plus, .Bt.oTCitr.s, Tcmoiis, Salt JIhecji, 8c.vi.n IIkap, Syphilis and Syphi litic Aitkction, JlcncruiAi. DisnASt:, 3)ko:'sy, Xi:i;i:ai.gia on Tic Doui.oukkacx, DWUMTY, DVSPUPSIA AND l.VDIGKSTION, Eryipki.as, Hosb, on St. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 April 1860

- T ZTZ J . -I--"-' 1. n,, ,U1J L, .j.j,, ..Liu,,. w L..I. J I U Ml, I.IUJLIPII l ' i.J-W lUIII-.'Jl . J- . . - ' . , -Ji; . . .-T ... r., . --v . - ,. , ' , d9f tea 1 & rt- sec ui ia:.u;.l.m ft! boJ '1 C J.SSIT lid ! 3l Serosa -i-r ilsulw mid t d bdj ?r ij iiKa lisdi a en . SftiOCP tH;:o'6ntrl- Intelligence, . lLlitr y tS- '.t.'.-iJ, ' i -I- . t t ; , - . , ' . . . . ' 1 ?,t.J 7 fiifiS " ' !i ti itf .ttr.ir THERMS. dollars -And a - 4. - I lore -nc unu in ine year, i .v-o uouiirs ana anaii, , No papers discontinued unlii :Uarrc:ages:ircpnid, one ortnrce inseriionv "i.5Eiicl. auuuion.u msii- ton. 25 cents. I.onscr ones in nropomojj, t) n -. if re si f'.a a G . Havins a jjencrat assn"l9",t of .large, jjlsm una or WenSilT;pc,trc nrCprci.ri'W execain crory ac LiJir.il and uthei !&fefaC Jchv-rWiWc-,s J. Q. DUCKWORTH. To Country Jfcn6' - .DUCKWORTH & HAYN, WHOLUSALE DEALKRS IN Groceries, Provisions', Liquors, No. SO Dcy street, Now York. June 16, 1859. ly. ' , SPEECH of H03. A...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 April 1860

Sljc JJcffcrsonian. THURSDAY, APBJTX 26, 1860. FOR GOVERNOR Hon. Andrew G. Curtin, OF CENTER COUNTY. ST" 'i'be following named persons have been selected as Teacher of tho Free Sabool of Stroudslurg, for the coming ucbool year : 1st ACADEMY. STEPHEN HOLMES. Jr. Princpal. (iEORGIANNA BLAflt, 1st Assistant. JOHN NYCE, 2d do. 2d WM. IT WOLFE, to teach Prima- ry School near the jirave yard. 3d MERIAM WATERS, to teach the Bark Street Primary School. 4th JANE BARKY, as teacher of Pri- mary School, to be krpt in Race School bouse. The Sohool will be opened on the 11th oi Juno next, and will be continued at least five month. Twenty-four days teaching to constitute a month. No teaching will be allowed cn Satur days. . Howard Association, Philadelphia. This well known Institution, devoted to the relief of virulent diseases, still con tinues its charitable and useful labors, and maintains a high character for hon esty and fidelity. We feel assured that it is well worthy of the confidence which...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 April 1860

acwNow that most of the tofrns have been beard from, it appears that Miobi jgan has obocen 417 Republican Super visors, or 227 more than Democrats. In 8 towns the Democrats havo made gaioa, end over this success they have set up a 8bout of victory, while they carefully sup press the fact tbat they bad lost 29 townb itbich they had last year. NOTICE. The new Methodist Episcopal Church, at SprgueviHc will be dedicated on Sun day Hay Oth. Preaching in the morn ing st 10 a. m. and at 3 p. m., by the Rev C. I Thompson, of Stroudsburg. JAMES F. REYNOLDS. Monroe Co. Agricultural Society, The second installment one dollar and fifty ceuts upon each share of the Capital Btock will be due and payable on tho first day of June next. All persons who have given promissory notes for the amount of the first instal ment are requested to moke payment of the same on or before tho first day of May next. Exlrarifromthc By Latcs."Anj pcr lon who shall neglect or refuse to pay any inetallmcnt called in on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 April 1860

I Sctoftla., orMls 1 is a constitutional disease, a corruption of tlso . , , v jn ."1 l . tMttntnil blood, oy wmcu ims uuiu uuwuira "n'V' weak, and poor. Being in the circulation,, pervades the whole bodv, nnd may'burst out m disease on any part of it. Ko oxyan .& free froim its attacks, nor is there one which -it may,, not .destrov. The scrofulous taint i various!' caused bv mercurial disease, low livinir, ordcml or unhealthy food, impure air, li th, and filthy linhits, the depreing vhvs, nnd, above all, by the venereal infection. Whatever be its oiirui. it is hereditary in the ronstilution, descending " from parents to children unto the thiid and fourth Kencnuion ; ' inclecd it bcci-is to be the tod of Him who nays, 'IwWv.i&fthe nnquitics of the father? upo-i their chiidrcnv Its ySjccts commence by ilepcjjjom the blood ot corrupt or uK-eious mnrfcGSvlrich, " the lungs, liver, auu mieniai o;yaji&, j?. '"-" nuu on iuv. emfnlulls- I'OltJstltU'tlon i oijv suffer from scrof...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 May 1860

Scuotcir to politics, ttmiiurc, Agriculture Science, JHoraliti), aui cneral jJutelligcncc. VOL 19. ' STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 3, I860. NO. 17. Published by Theodore Schoch TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly und if not paid be fore the end of the year. Two dollars and a hair. So papers discohunued until all arrearages ate paid, except at the option of the Editor. lE7Advcrtisem3nts of one square (ten lines) or less, tyne or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional iiiber ton. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. OTOSl PRINTING. Hating; a general assortment of large, plain and or nxmental Type, we are prepared to execute every de scription of Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &c, pnn tti with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms t this office. I. Q. DUCKWORTH. JOHN HA.YN To Cousiirv fenlers. DUCKWORTH & HAYN, WHOLUS.VLE DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 May 1860

(El)c Sfcffcrsonittu. THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1860. FOR GOVERNOR Hon. Andrew G-. Curtin, . OF CENTER COUNTY. Cfijy The Democratic National Conven finn met at Charleston. South Carolina, on tho 23d of April, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the Presidon ey and the Vico Presidency. Desperate efforts were mado from the btart by the Douglass men to secure his nomination on a Popular Sovereignty platform, and equal efforts were made by the Admiuis tration party, in conjunction with the South, to compel him to accept a nomina tion on a Slave Code platform, or suffer defeat before the Convention. Thus things continued until tho 30th of April, whn tho Douglasa party tri umphed over the South and Administra tion. At this tho South beoame very in dignant, and tho delegations from eigld Southern States immediately withdrew, and several other delegations withdrew to consult with each other in refercnoe to what they should do. Another undoubt ed proof of tho Irrepressible Confiiot.'' Those ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 May 1860

1 HG BONNETS. BY THE BAUD OF THE EASTON HALL OF FASHION- Of the hateful big bonnets girls, how shall we ever Reconcile ourselves to the wearing? In all fashion's phases, I do believe never Were any hdlf so extensively flaring. They look like great scoops; and the boys will all laugh When our appearance wc make with them on; Though the staid and the old folks, no doubt will rejoice, That the fashion for small ones is done. 'Tib really provoking, free-born damsels as we, (If the French Empress sees fit to prorogue Any horrible style of dress,) we too must a dopt it, Or be reckoned out of the vogue. I wish she had half the good taste they pos sess, Who get up the material and style Of gentlemen's clothing, we see every day Displayed in the store of Pyle. OT The handsomest assortment of Ready Made Clothing and piece goods ever seen in Easton is now on exhibition, at Pyle's Great Easton Hall of Fashion, opposite the Easton Bank. The "expenses of Connecticut for the 6 csl year ending Marc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 May 1860

Ayer's Saisaparilla, A compound remedy, in which we hnvo labored tf-produec thu most effectual alterative that can Ihj made. It is a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla, fo combined wirh other substances nf 5t;U "-rearer alterative j-ower as to afford an vtfijetive s'.ntkl:c for the disease Sarsaparula 13 reputed to euro. It in Itflievcd ilwt wu-h a rem c1v is wanted' bv those who sufler from btru mius complaints, and lust one waich will nc comnliih their euro ymfit provo of immetwo sor the' to thl Unyc clM of oar afflicted" fellow citisens. How completely tin. compound will do it has been proven by experiment on many of tlic worst cases to be found of the following eorapl.imt': Scnoruu. axp crKO?rr.or? Complaints, 3ERC1TION3 "-l KkUPTIVK Dlf-KAfUS, Ul cers, Irsiru, BwiTCKi-s, Tumoks, Salt Hhkc k, Scald Head, Symiilis asi Syimii MTic. Awnrrioss, Mkucu::iai. JJusuasi:, I)orir, XuuaALGi.v ok Txc 3orLOCi:i:AUX, DjJHILITY, DYSPEPSIA AX ISWIOBSTIOX, linYsxricx-vs, Korb, or Sr. Axti...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 May 1860

Kinnsu JDcuotcfr to ftolttics, literature, Agriculture, Sri nice, JWoraUti), curt cucrai intelligence. VOL ID. STROUDSBUEG, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. MAY 10, IS60. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, xccpl at the option of the Editor. ID Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional in.er Kn. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING. llavinjr a general assortment of large, plain and or Samental Type, tc arc prepared to execute every dc cription of ttanls. Circulars, Kill Heads, Notes, Clank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Hlanks, Pamphlets. &.o., prin ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonable teims at this office. J. G DUCKWORTH. JOHN HA.YN To Country Dealers. DUCKWORTH &.HAYN, W1I0LUSALE DEALERS IN Groceries. Provisions,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 May 1860

Sl)c 3fcCfci"5oinon. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1860. FOR GOVERNOR Hon. Andrew G-. Curtin, OF CENTER COUNTY FIRE. Tbo oitizens of our borough were star tled Tuesday afternoon, bj the cry of "fire;" and hastening to tho lower end of town, found tho old Pottery, located at the ectf of Brodbcad'a Creek Bridge, in flames. A part of the building was used for a dwelling, and was occupied by Mr George Notbelffer, an industrious Ger man. Most of the furniture was removed, and tho nick wife of Mr. N. was token to a neighbor's. A lot of eorthern ware was in process of being burnt, and it is supposed that this was the oocasion o( the 6re We understand that Mr. N'e loss on tho stock will be considerable: the buildiog, which belonged to Mr. Ro bert Brown, was insured in the Monroe Mutual. "Battalion I A Grand Millitary Display ia expected to come off at Stroudsburg on Tuesday, May the 15th. Those wishing to wituess something worthy of their attention will do well to bo present. Tho Companies are newly un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 May 1860

v i ft 9 a THE GREAT-ENGLISH REMEDY. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Female Pills. PROTECTED 1BTTE11S By ROYAL PATENT. Prepared from apresriplion of Sir J.Clarke, M. D. Physician Extraordinary to the Queen. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of U those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female constitution is subject. It moderates all excess 8nd removes all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on. To JTiarriccl Ladies it is peculiarly suited. It will, in a short titne.biingon the monthly period with regularity. Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government tarap of Great Uritsin, to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. nThpsc Pills should not betaken bv females duiinc the FIRST THREE MONTHS of Pregnancy, as they are turc to bring on Miscarriage, out at any oilier time uicy jiresafe. In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, pain in flhe back and limbs, fatigue on slight exertion, pnlpita 'tioiofthe heart, hysterics and w hites, these Pills will ef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 May 1860

Scrofula, or King's Evil, is & constitutional disease, a corrttplion of tho blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated, weak, and poor. Being in tho circulation, it pervades tho whole body, nnd may burst out m disease ou any part of it. No oran is free from its attacks, nor is there one which it may not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously caused by mercurial disease, low living disordered or unhealthy food, impure air, tilth, and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and, above all, by the venereal infection. Whatever be its origin, it is hereditary in tho constitution, descending ' fro'n Barents to ciin""-" umv un. muu .uu '. . :...1...l X. onn.nj r In ). fi.u'-th generation;" mdecu, it ecem to ne tne sod of Uiin who ays, " I will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon tiieir emmren t.-. ..n',.ft5 commence bv debosirion from the b!iHd of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in lha lungs, liver, and internal organs, i termed mbwlcs; in the jrlands, swelling ; and on tho f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 May 1860

- SJcuotcb to $blitiCB, itrature, SVgvicitlturc, Sricitce, Jitoralitj), ani cncrnl Intelligence. VOL 19. STROUDSBURG, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. MAY 17, I860. NO-19. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per ahnum in advance Two i dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- j forelhc end of the year, Two dollars and a half. 1 No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. i iryAlvertiscm znts of onesouare ften lines) or less, I one or three insertions, $ I 00. Each additional inser toRi 23 cents. Longer ones in proportion. naring a general assortment "of large, plain and or 'c IP '!VWn? 5?jl3.Ii!MrS,SIKr . stood that no proper division of looal from 'tattlers, wno iramed tne trovcrnment un . ....'i..-.7n.ii ifM.i..',,t-s. niank Receints. Federal authority, nor anv Dart of the der which wo live," were of the same o- justices Legal and other HiMtks, Pamphlet. fffi- Pn ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonable teitns at this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 May 1860

' ijifm)"7' 1 " SSljc 2cffcrsonian. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1860. FOR GOVERNOR Hon. Andrew G-. Curtin, OF CENTER COUNTY Battalion. Oar town was quite lively on Tuesday, Six Companies were present at the liat tallion. that being the entire military force of the County. The Company recently formed in Paradise township was prcs- ri! nniform mid presented a fine WUV I U iuii v - i appearance, considering their limited ex perience. Wo were much pleased with the appearance of all the companies; and .i.:i, tii.f nnr fnnt7 has reason to be proud of them. We would like to see i Company formed in eaoh townebip. Gen. Burnet and bis staff, and Moj Gen. Wynkcop and Aid, were on the around, handsomely equipped and moun ted. Capt. Kemmcrer a Troop wero also .out in goodly numbers, and presented" as tfinv jilvrnva do. a fine ar-ncsranco. The Stroudsburg Cornet Baud did good aer vic'p. during the day, discoursing their choicest pieces. IHP ust now WDon tJie DJtarJ sPr it of 'dlir citizens has been warmed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 May 1860

r TrjThoiiffcj-second;anniversafy of tho Pennsylvania Bible Sooiety was hold on Wednesday in Philadelphia. Judge Strong presided. Tho Society was or ganized in 1804, and since that time 1, 440,080 copies of tho Bible have been dis tributed. During the past year the So ciety has contributed, directly and indi rect $14,848,27 to the American Sun day School Union, and distributed 70, 378 Bibles. The receipts of the Sooiety amounted to 833,600,51. The anniver eary was celebrated by addresses, pray ers, and other eseroises. ,c, ggf A. correspondent writing from Fra xer River, says that the Indians of that vicinity known as Chinooks, bury their sick as soon as the "medicine man" says they cannot recover. It ie ueelcss for tbe viotim to protest or implore; in ho or she goes, and the voioo of wailing or shrieks of despair are smothered under the fa"t falling dirt. One withered and fiinewy old man dug his way out of his gravp, got well, and is now a man of mark among his countrymen. jfew Yor...

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