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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 October 1845

JEFPERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, October 30, 1845. Terms, 52,(10 tn advance: $2.25, half yearly: :md $2,50 if not pam dciok; inc cnu oi tnc vear. (LT V. B. Palmer, Esq., at his Real Estate sind Coal Office, No. 59 Pine street, below Third, two squares S. the Merchants' Exchange, Phila., and No. 1(0 Nassau street, (Tribune buildings,) N. Y.,is authorised to receive subscriptions and advertisements for the Jejfcrsonian Republican, and give receipts for the same. Merchants, Me chanics, and tradesmen "generally, may extend Sheir business by availing themselves of the op portunities for advertising country papers which his agency affords. The Issitc Contest. There arc a few circumstances connected with the recent election in this county, which we had intended to pas by without notice, and leave them to the silent, but sure, condemnation of our citizens. But an article headed "The Elecon,,, in the last Democrat, has induced us to change our purpose, and to mak a few remarks on the illibe...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 October 1845

A Remarkable Bee Hive. The St. Louis, Mo., American sa ys : A la dy rented a house in this city, a few.-weeks since, and shortly after she moved into it, she saw honey-bees crawling about' the floor. At length she found that they came down the chim ney. After having made a fire, a humming noisc was heard in a flue which ran parallel with ono from her room, the fire-place of which is below. Her soriv-exainiticd the top of the chimney, and to their utter astonishment, found ihe flue rifled with honey, io within a few inch fS of the top "f'he chimney. From the sound flfilic bees below, the honey mut extend to the depth of twenty feet. When ever the fam ily wish to enjoy a delicious repast, they have only to send, up the chimney blow a little to hacco smoke in the flue, which drives the bees below, and with a knife cut off as much honey comb as they wish, and that of the nicest kind. The Mho of the chimney in which the honey is, extend to the basement, and has never been used. A Live An...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 October 1845

FARMERS' LIBRARY. Prospectus of the Fanner's Library, and Monthly Journal of Agriculture. John S. Skinner, I'ldt lor. None can well liave studied the true sources of National welfare, without perceiving the natu ral and friendly connexion existing between Ma nufactures. Commerce and Agriculture. The po licy which strikes at the prosperity of the Manu facturing consumer, must damage the Agricultural producer, and neither can he injuriously affected without detriment to the Merchant, at once con sumer and canier for both. As, however, the ele ments of manufacturing and commercial industry must be derived chiefly from the soil, is it not the obvious interest of all other classes that the one which gives to all their employment and subsist ence, should be encouraged and benelilted with tjvery advantage that science can confer and the most enlightened itidii.ttiy make available? Yet it has not been until comparatively a late period in Europe, and still later in America, that the pub lic ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 6 November 1845

4 ',&hu 11 ffinhlt rrtrit The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. r- IS is a ss ar IB id I' ll id ie at as F. in to. he ed id nt nd ;ir r- ii; at ci be ci it. of ay C5 of rs. '10 id at r eV k, it VOL 6. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY SCEIOCII & SPESlf XG. TERMS Two ilollars per annum In atlvaiir.fT'.v ,in tnd a quarter, half yearly and if not paid before the end' of tic year, i " wiu.i! .uiu .i nan. i no.e who receive their pipers ov a " "" unvere employed uy the nronrie- r-, will be charged 3.1-2 ct. per year, extra. No papers dtsoont.n;tol until all arrearages are paid, except IC7Advertise.nents not execedin;; one square (sixteen lines) xill be inserted three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents r every suoeqiiem ms-emon : larger ones m proportion. A iitieml iiiscouiu win no mime 10 yearly auvcrtisers 1E7AI1 letters addresseil to the Editors must be post paid. To all Concerned. We would call the attention of some of our subscribers, and esp...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 6 November 1845

ywi.'.C'itwf rrr nmni-rirM J ' 11 "?JLJI JE PFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Tliursdayj November X, i25. Terms, $2,00 :n udrs.nce: $2.25, tmlf yearly; and S2,00 if not pniu ncioeme cnu oi ine year. ftfV. if. Palmer, Esq., at his Real Estate and Coal Office, No. 59 Pine street, below Third, two squares S. the Merchants1 Exchange, Phila., and No. 100 Nassau sircet, (Tribune buildings,) N. Y.,is authorised to receive subscriptions and advertisements for the Jcjfcrsonian Republican, and give receipts for the same. Merchants, Me chanics, and tradesmen generally, Nuay extend their business by a railing themselves of the op portunities for advertising in country papers winch jl! i.rf!!'... fM 1 1 i ' "" "" Almanac lov ISG. We have on hand a large number of the Amrrican Farmer's Almanac for 18-10, which we will sell wholesale or retail. It contains thirty-two pages of instructive reading matter, including the lahles and astronomical calcula tions, and is calculated not only for farmers, hut for genera...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 6 November 1845

The Lew iorK 1 riDune aaynfc 5' An extra ordinary surgical operation in a liver complaint was lately performed by Dr. J. -P; Tar bell, o New York city, by opening the sjdo of the pa tient and removing the diseased portion of the lirer. The patient was a middle aged man vho had suffered severely for many years, and Jatlerly had given np all hopes of recovery Truly an extraordinary case." PENNSYLVANIA, In the name anil by the authority of the Common wealth oj Pennsylvania. Br Francis R. Shank, GOVERNOR OF THE COMMONWEALTH. A PROCLAMATION. WHbivLAb, J he inestimable blessings which the abundant goodness of the Supreme Ktiler of ilte Univ erso, lias bosiowcd upon our beloved Commonwealth, demand our sincercat oratitude and niosi devour thanks. I do, therefore, in accordance with my own feelings, and in compliance with the wishes of many of my fellow-cjtizens, appoint Thursday, the 27th Bay of November next as a day of Thanksgiving, Praise and Prayer to Almighty God. Our dependence on hi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 6 November 1845

FARMERS' LIBRARY. Prospectus of the Farmer's Library, and Monthly Journal of Agriculture. John S. -Skinnsu, Edi tor. None can well have studied the .true sources of National welfare, without perceiving the natu ral and friendly connexion existing between Ma nufactures, Commerce and Agriculture. The po licy which strikes at the prosperity of the Manu facturing consumer, must damage the Agricultural jiroducer, and neither can be injuriously affected without detriment to the Merchant, at once con sumer and canier for both. As, however, the ele ments of manufacturing and commercial industry must be derived chiefly from the soil, is it not the obvious interest of all other classes that the one which gives to all their employment and subsist ence, should be encouraged and benefitted with every advantage that science can confer and the most enlightened industry make available I Yet it has not been until comparatively a late period in Europe, and still later in America, that the pub lic min...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 13 November 1845

a J.j -r . ft.,' j. : The WHOLE ART OF GOVERNMENT CONSISTS , IN. THE ART OF BEING HONEST.- Jefferson.- VOL ' K PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY ' SCHOCH & SPERIlTG. TERMS Two dollars per annum fn advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not, paid before the end of the rear, Two dollars and a- half. Those .who receive their papers by a earner outage drivers employed by ;tho proprie tors, will be charged 3 1-2 ct. per year, extra. . - No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. r " iCAdvertisements not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar: twenty-Hi e cents for every subsequent insertion . larger ones in proportion. A. liberal discount will be made to yearly advertisers E?All letters addressed to the Editors mustbe post paid. To all Concerned. We would call ihe attention oP some of our subscribers, and especially certain Post Mas iers, to the following reasonable, and well set tled rule...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 13 November 1845

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, November 13, 1845. Terms, $2,00 :k adcancc: $2.25, half yearly; and $2,50 if not paid bcfoie tbc end of the vear. rr? V. Palmer. Esq.. at his Real Estate and Coal Office, No. 59 Pine street, below Third, two" squares S.the Merchants' Exchange, Phila., and No. 100 Nassau street, ( tribune buildings,; If. Y..is authorised to receive subscriptions and advertisements for the Jcffersonlan Republican, -and give receipts for the same. Mercnams, .ue chanics, and tradesmen generally, may extend their business by availing themselves of the op portunities for advertising country papers which his agency affords. A ISew Paper Proposals have been issued by Mr. Samuel Siegfried, of Northampton county, for a new loco foco paper in Stroudsburg, to be called 44 The Democratic Press and Monroe County Journal;" the first number to be issued about the beginning of next month. . State Elections. Three States voied on Tuesday the 4h inst. Below we give the returns under t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 13 November 1845

A Mixture of Salt and. Lime has been found to prove very valuable In raising, wheat crops ihis season. The trials have realized ihemost sanguine expectations in many places. Turnips also prove with this composition ire wed upon the soil. Sulphate of soda ( Ed- eom Salts) has been of equally great value to potatoes. J his, with an equal quautiiy of ni trate of soda, is thought by .some even better. A Pine Lob, twelve feet long, sawed in the St. Clair mills last week, which made two thousand two hundred and fifty-seven feet of one inch boards ; 16C3 feet of it being clear and 954 of it common lumber; quaking it worth, at our mill prices, the snug Units sum of twenty-otic dollars. The Philadelphia postages for the third qnar ierfl345, are given as $19,795. Ditto fur 84, $34,136. More m or in oil Tresblci. Jvotwithftanding the sacred promises made jn their recent treaty with the State authorities of Illinois, the Mormons still continue their de predations upon the inhabitants of the adj...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 13 November 1845

FARMBRS.'i LIBRARY,. Prospectus of the Earmcr Library, and Monthly Journal'of Ngriculiure. John S. -Skinner, Edi tor. 'None can well have studied the true sources of NationaT welfare, without percefvitig the natu ral arid friendly- connexion existing between Ma nufactures. Commerce and AgriculluK. The.po Jiey .which strikes at the prosperity pf the .Manu facturing consumer, must damage the Agricultural producer, and neither can lie injuriously affected withoui detriment to the Merrhant, at once cpn sumer Tihd cahier fur both. As, however, the ele-J ments of manufacturing and commercial industry must bo derived chiefly from tho soil, is it not the obvious interest of all other classes jdiat the one which gives to all their employment and subsist ence, should be encouraged and benefitted with every advantage that science can confer -and the most enlightened iridustty make available! et it has not been until comparatively a late period 11 ijuiupi uuu uii luii iii liitji ii,c&, inuf...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 20 November 1845

H 4-. f. H B SK II 1 If IB In II II II II II II . .4 VOL 6. PRINTED AND PUBUSIIED-BY SCHOC5I & SPERIHTG. pof TAWwItillftr nr nnnunt i ift.... .... , and a quarter, half yearly and if not pud before the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their Mpers uj vumv. ... o,s.. uuicis ciuiuoyeu uy me DroDrie jrs, will be charged 37 1-2 cttf. per year, extra. No papcre discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. r IC?Adveniseinenis not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) trm uc n.-"'.- ""v. uuiwi. intuij-uvc cenis for crery subsequent insertion x larger ones m proportion. A liberal discount will be made to yearly advertisers jtj"au icuera ouuivsscu iu iuc nuuors must oe post paid. To all Concerned. Wo would call ihe atienuou of some of our subscribers, and especially ceriain Posi Mas lers, lo ihe following reasonable, and well sel iled rules of Law in relation lo publishers, to ihe patrons of newspapers. THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. 1....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 20 November 1845

Will ill IIIJ ' - 1,1 JgFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN TIi u ss day, November 20, l!5. Terms, $S,)0 tn advance: $2.35, naif yearly; and $2,50 jf not tiaiu uciuic wiiu ciiu ui me yciir. Sif-V' Palmer, Esq., at his Real Estate and Coal Office, No. 59 Pine street, below Third, two squares S. the Merchants' Exchange, Phila., and No. lfiO Nassau street, (Tribune buildings,) Y.,is authorised to receive subscriptions and advertisements for the Jejfcrsonian Republican, and give receipts for the same. Merchants, Me chanics, and tradesmen generally, may extend their business by availing themselves of the op portunities for advertising in country papers which iiis agency affords. k T!ic SSccent Elections. The result of the recent elections, every where, show a decided Whig gain, and are of the most cheering character. The noble man ner in which our political friends, throughout tho Untoih conduct themselves on the heel of the Presidential defeat last fail, is highly aus picious and encouraging. Wheneve...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 20 November 1845

A new poiaio-digger wasrecenf !yr exhibited in operalion at balem, JN. J. Juhrew mil "upon ,ie ground, wilh two horses'-, a't trig rale of five r six acres per day,- and as fasiiahirty hands could pick up and carry them away.- The soil produced 400 bushels, of. potatoes per acre by the use of compost inuvk. ; The profit on the sale of uld jron,, the. indig nation of a hen, and the interest on a- primer money, are no great nhakc.t. The amount of Treasury Notes oti'jitandihg n the lt instant, if ia officially' announced, was $047,461 IS. ' ' . Ait Immense Horse. . .i. r in.. ..... Uarier, me uiuu ivmg; - nas purchased the largest horse in England.. He has named him General Washington.' Ho is twenty hands high, and looks as large as ati elephant. He ,sa Mack gelding, beautifully dappled his mane is nearly four feet long ; his tail sweeps the ground ; he is perfectly forme l, and is re garded as one of the finest specimens of the horse ever seen in Great Britain. He is only ix years old...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 20 November 1845

v'e- f 4 - FARMERS' XIBRARY. Prospectus of the Farmer's- Library, and Monthly Journal of Agriculture. John S. Skinner, Edi tor. . None can well have studied the True sources of National welfare, without perceiviug the natu ral and friendly connexion existing between Ma nufactures. Commerce and Agriculture. The po lity which strikes at the prosperity of the Manu facturing consumer, must damage the Agricultural producer and neither can be injuriously affected without detriment to the Merchant, at once con sumer and canter Tor both. As, however, the, ele ments of manufacturing and commercial industry must be derived chiefly from the soil, is it not the obvious interest of til other classes that the one which gives to all their employment and subsist ence, should be. encouraged and benefitted with very advantage that science can. confer and, the 7nost enlightened indttstiy make available ? Yet it has not been until comparatively a late period in Europe, and still later in America,.that ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 27 November 1845

lefferMttktt ' Hambttcatt The whole art ok (Government consists in the art or being honest. Jefferson. VOL 6. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED JiY SCIIOCII & SPERIIVG. TERMS-Two dollars per annum in ndvance Two dollars sal a quarter, half yearly and if not paid before the end of lie rear, Two dollars and a half. Those who reccire their pipers by a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprie Ijrs, will be charged 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra. 1 1 .V) papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except ,t the option of the Editors. tr?AJrertisements not exceeding one Shuar fsirtnnn Urt trill ba inserted three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five r.pnt iaiptv subsequent insertion : larccroncs in nmnnriinn ifcisrtl d'iscount will be made to yearly advertisers JE7AU leuvta auuiuaacu m mu wmorf must De post paid. To all Concerned. We would call the attention of some of our mbscribers, and especially certain Post Mas- icm, to the following reasonable, and well sel ileil rules of Law in rel...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 27 November 1845

JEPFE11S0NIAN REPUBLICAN S'l.ss.rsclay, November 27, IS45. Tonns. S1,00 tn adninre: tis3f yearly; and $2,50 if not 5. pant belbie tlio eufl of ilie vear. r. & Jalmcr, Esq., at his Real Estate andjljoal Office, No. 5!) Pine street, holow Third, two squares S. the Merchants' Exchange, Phila., :isd No. 1(50 Nassau street, (TriViune buildings,) N.Y-.is authorised to receive subscriptions and advertisements for the JcjTersonian Jicpubltcan, 2ind give receipts for ,the sr.me. Merchants, Me chanics, and tradesmen, generally, may extend iheir business by availing themselves of the op portunities for advertising in country papers which -Jiis agency affords: Florida 12Icctioi. The Tallahassee Sentinel of the Villi inst. publishes ihe official returns of the Florida election for a Representative from that State in Congress, which show a majority of "fifty-one votes for Mr. Cabell, the Whig candidate. The Sentinel stales also that the 'Governor has given ihe certificate of election to Mr. C...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 27 November 1845

ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC The unprecedented success attending the ,eofDr. G. Benj'n Smith's (Sugar Coated) .Improved Vegetable Pills," and the ac knowledged superiority which they possess over the common Anti-Bilions, Cathartic, and various other Pills in general use, have given tlit-m a deoided preference wlih all who have used them , and they are universally esteemed ihe most safe and pleasant purgative over offer ed m the public. Dealers furnished at the New York College of Health, 179 Greenwich street, New York" and sold by . Agents in Monroe Co. Sclinch & Spering, Stroudsburgr li. Huston & Co. do. Jno. .Marsh 4' Co. Fennersville. -ny CAUTION. As a operable imitation has been made, by the name of" Sugar Coaled Pills," 1S necessary to be sure that Dr. G. Benjamin Smith's signature is on every box. Price 25 cents. Aug. 11, 1S45. ALIST Of Wholesale Dealers and Retailers of Foreign Merchandize and Liquors within the county of Monroe, for the year 1845. JOB PRINTING-. Having a ge...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 27 November 1845

FARMERS' LIBRARY. Prospectus of the Farmer's Library, and Monthly Journal of Agriculture. John S. Skinner, Edi tor. None can well have studied the true sources of National welfare, without perceiving the natu ral and friendly connexion existing between Ma nufactures, Commerce and Agriculture. The po licy which strikes at the prosperity of tho Manu facturing conmm'cr, must damage the Agricultural producer, and neither can be injuriously affected without detriment to the Merchant, at once con sumer and earlier for both. As, however, the ele ments of manufacturing and commercial industry must'be derived chiefly from the soil, is it not the obvious interest of all other classes that the one "which gives to all their employment and subsist ence, should be encouraged and benefitted with every advantage that science can confer and the most enlightened itidustiy make available? Yet at has not been until comparatively a late period in Europe, and still later in America, that the pub lic mind...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 December 1845

1 r' ti ..5.:- "iT lgM.-,t " r" i i.m.uiwituq.uwj mm m. iiinu.i. ii vjMnmauiMmjuLUmzMni.uumnfHmmi M.iun ' ma ...in i 1 1 inn in i , , mi Killing " ' 1 ' ' The whose art ok Government consists in the art of ijeing honest. Jefferson. : V0L 6 ' -. " . ' ... . STROUDSBDRG, MONROE COUNTY, PA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1845. No'. "527. PR-JGSIDEffT'S ITIESAGI3. Fellow-citizens of the, Senate arid House of Ileprebentattves: It is to me a source of unaffected satisfac tion to meet the Representatives of the States and the people in Congress assembled, as it will be to receive the aid oftheir combined wisdom in the administration of public affairs. In performing, for the first time, the duty im posed on me by the constitution, of giving to you information of the state of the Union, and recommending to your consideration such measures as in my judgment are necessary and expedient, I am happy that I can congratulate you on the continued prosperity of our country. Under the blessings of Divine Pro...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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