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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 March 1861

pn ii m 1 1 i n ip ii THE Only Discovery "Worthy of any confide!"" tor RESTORING THE BALD AND GRAY. Many, since the great discovery of Prof Wood, have attempted not only to imitate hi rpstorative. but proless to huve discovered KnmoihinT that would produce results iden tical; but they have all come and gone, be ing carried away by the wonderful results qi Prof. Wood's preparation, and huve been lorced to leave the field to Us resislluss sway. Read the following: Bath, Maine, April 13lh, 1859. Prof. 0. J- Wood & Co: Gents : The let ler L wrote you in 15(J concerning your val uable Hair llenrniivc, and which you have published in this vicinity and elsewhere, has given rise to numerous enquiries mumiug the (acts in the cue. The enquiries are. first; is it d fact d my habitation "d name, as stated in the communication; second, us l true ot all therein coiitatied; third, dues my hair still continue to be in good order and ol natural color! To a!l I can and do answer invariably yes. M...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 March 1861

SJcuoki t-0 politics, literature, .2tgrtntltwrc, Sdeiia illoraliti), axxb tncrnl JJntcIligcuce. VOL 20. STEOUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MARCH 34, fsei. . NO 8, Published by TllCodoVC g(.iocjtural mineral and industrial products and TERMS.Two dollars per annumin advance-Two other Pr0PertJ passing over aud railroad dollars and a quarter, half yearly audi i not paid be-, caual or backwater navigation in this fX?aowiuionum?edun from payment of ton- except at the option of the Editoi. jnago tax or duty to tbe State. IE? Advertisements of oncsnuare (ten lines) or less, , f J bnc or three insertions. SI 00 Each additional inscr ton. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING. Slaving a general assortment oflargc, plain and or namental Type, w e arc prepared to execute every de scription of JFi&IX A AJAA jit of the directors of tbo Ponnsylvania jtJsTices.'Lc railroad company who for tho purposes ltih?soince4lnCSS aDd Jespalcn,on rcasonH,)lctenns , of this act are hereby vested wi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 March 1861

,. -,.o, MrM- - - - - v..-. - ljc Scffersomtin. THURSDAY, MARCH 14,-1861. THE MONROE DEMOCRAT'S "True Colors Displayed." The Monroe Democrat of last week, come.: np bnlilly lo the rescue of those who are plot ting the destruction of the Union. He de clares them to be as true patriots as our Rev olutionary sires, who severed the tics that bound us to the mother country. This he says without any qualification, and thereby puts both on the sume level. Could any per son conceive such a tory, traitorous thought and so boldly express it, except he desires to see our glorious Confederacy demolished? But let us examine this matter: When our forefathers'rcsolved to make the attempt to achieve the liberties Inch we now posses?, a party quickly sprank up in their midst and strongly protested against fighting, declaring rn.v that it would nrove the rum of the j w u v j - 1 country, (just as those who sympathize with the traitors now do.) Those who were op posed to fighting then, were known by t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 March 1861

Rotation in Office. Mr. Frog often said to his wife, I wish dear That I could change places with you jIy work is laborious and constant, each do While you have but little to do. I would count it but pleasure, your tusks to perforin ; Household duties, are nothing but play And waiting on cherubs like ours,-only seems To make 'time pass more swiftly away. Mrs. Frog often tried to convince her liege lord He was wrong; but he never would yield His opinion a few' hours experience she thought Might induce him "to give up the field." Iam going on excursion of pleasure, Mr. Frog She said, one clear, sunshiny day The air is so mild, and the roads are so fine, I think a short jorney "will pay!" Many ladies are going, and if I do not, 'Twill look So the world very queer, That I cannot have a few hours of repose From home duties, throughout the long year. I've made all provision for your comfort at night (Which here I may just as well mention,) In case there should be, (but I hope there will no...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 March 1861

0 the recovery Worthy of any confidence rr SSESTOItlC THE BALD AND GRAY. Many, since the great discovery of Prof Wood, hnve attempted not only to imitate Ins restorative, but profess to have discovered something that would produce results iden tical ; but they have all come and gone, be carried away by the wonderful results ol Prof. Wood's preparation, and have been forced to leave the field to Us resistless sway, lleud the following: Bath, Maine, April lSlh, 1859. Prof. O. J. Wood & Co: Gents : The let-; ler I wrote you in 1S5G concerning your val uable Hair Restorative, and which you have published in this vicinity and elsewhere, bus jriviMi rise to numerous enquiries touching the lads in the case. The enquiries are. first, is it a fact of my habitation and name, as stated in the communication; second, is it true of all therein contained; third, does my hair'still continue to be in good order and oi natural color ! To all I can and do answer invariably yes. My hair is even bet...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 March 1861

0 )cvotcb to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, illoralitu, auir cncral intelligence. VOL 20. STEOUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MARCH .21, 1S61. ISO 0 Published by Theodore Scliocll.l terms.-two dollars per annumin advancc-To tt'S Nopaocrsdijnonunued uniil allarrearagcsaicpaid, 'SSSSitcniMori bnc or three insertions, $loo. Each additionannscr- Ion. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. OB PltaffTfffG. naving a general assortment ofiarge. plain and or- hamental Type, care prepared to execute every de 1AW;Q PiRTOTS'FWC jcame to uarnsourg ana nouna oimseit u. rupuuuuau puny 6ouu uner us urgau- of klD(incS3 and patriotism that will bo bard 5 Justices ted fct this office ; Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Illank Receipts, aD au "FF,cul,ou lu : pi muug uusiucso 1 - " . reaeomed; tbat Kindness WblOb exists in .Legal and other uianKs, t'ampniei&c, prin- to James reacocK, who is still a resident uers, tahing a prominent part in its con- the North will ittmot ntbpr tn i if Attemus Ward...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 March 1861

!C fcftxrsoman. "THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1861. A proposition is before the Penn sylvania Legislaiurc to change the term of office for State Senators and Represen tatives, making the former four years and the last two vcars. The proposition orig- itiBtes with Senator Finney, and is said to he iutonded lo head off the grand army of borers who occasionally walk in and take nost-ession of the Legislators. .As the terms of these offices arc fixed by the Constitution of tbe Commonwealth, it will require an aaieudmcnt of. that instruaont to change the in. The Financial Results of Buchanan's Ad ministration. Hon. John Sherman recently made, in the House of Representatives, a conci-e and very forcible exhibit of the conditiou in which the national finances are placed The absolute public debt ouWuuolog at thiH moment, is no lees than S9,00l),OO and adding what ta required to satis!y the Choctaw and other Indian car debts, to mako good the Indian trut fund, and other special object, the amount of ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 March 1861

v WINTEE. , . . DY THE BAUD OF THE E ASTON UAljlOFFASHION. ' Come winter, old winter ' Conie haste thee along ! Why 'tarry so long . The shorn branches among',1. . Keep off your fofl mantel Of white from our hills, Thy breath too. so icy Prom streamlets and rills ; Mnke way for young spring, With her buds and her flowers Make way for the songsters. That chant in her bowers : For the'soft gentle breezes Of springtime, that play Arcund us so sweetly Old winter, make way. That we love thee, old winter, We truthfully tell, And yet we are longing u, . To bid thee farewell. , -t. . Wc long to sec man -Duff" his winter attire, And deck himself out In what most wc admire, Spring dess of neat, easy, And beautiful style ; Made and sold cheap (for cash,) At the great Hal! of Pyle. OCT The handsomest assortment of Ready Made Clothing and piece goods ever seen in fiaston is now on exhibition; at Pyle's Great Etiston Hall of Fashion, opposite the Euston Bank. An Owner's Right to the Soil Fronting...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 March 1861

THE covery Worthy of any !onicncu i THE BALD AND GRAY. Many, since the great discovery of Prof Wood, bae attempted not only to imitate Lis restorative, but prote. to have discovered something that ohJ produce remits iden tical; but they hne all come and gone, be in carried awny by the wonderful results of Prof. Wood' preparation, and have been forced to leave the field to its resistless sway Read the following: Bath, Maine, April 18th, 1859. Prof? O. J. Wood & Co: Gents : The let ler 1 wrote you in l56 concerning your val uable Hair Restorative, and which you have published in this vicinity and elsewhere, has. given rise to numerous enquiries touching the lads in the case. The enquiries are. first, is it a fact of my habitation and name, as staled in the communication; second, is n true of all therein contained; third, does my hair still continue to be in good order and ot natural color! To a!! I can and do.annwer invariably yes. My hair i ecn better than in anv stage of my life...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 March 1861

It. " " "l , m ' ------ --- rmmasim a&ma&m wns&Mm dtewtis& wsmnssmm waKaffi amra?? assNaii wbsss racevxiE . . fiY".vf,eE7.iM uvMftttaiiv.-iai imwiWaW-im 'M'irtsiiM us,;r,;sK&ET S3 itvTO-Fa7rvv.'iai RV:STKG'fa bhjaisjw'JM iHfywrc'cv,tsm u'..ua Ui'Am i.fYiWivji -..V-- " HI - - ,. I I. II I - - 1 I , in.,., I - i .. 'I I . ' ' jBcvokb to fltolitics, itcrnturc, Qlgriculturc, Sricnw, Jttorcilitg, ani cncral .Intelligence TOL'20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MARCHES, 1561. NO'. 10. Published by Theodore Schoclt TERMS. Two dollars per nnnumin ad vancc Two dollars and n quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore uu enu oi mc year, two uonars and aiiall. No n.mcrsuisRontfmicd until allarroaraECsatenaid, except at lite option of the Editoi. 10AUi'ctlscments of one square (ten lines)orIess, one or three insertions, .I 00. Each additional inscr lon.25cenls. Lonficr ones in proportion. JOB PRINTIKC!. i Having a general assortment ouargc.piain aim ui - StSPC'are?rC?:ired ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 March 1861

ljc 2cffcvsoman THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1881. Fort Sumter. The Monroe Democrat of last week, seems to exult over the probability, that Fort Sum- tor will be -handed over to the tory traitors, and further says this amiable Democrat, w ho loves the traitors so well that he wishes to see them in possession of the Government, "we rejoice," says ho, "at this conclusion of the new President and look upon it as indi cative of an approach towards Democratic - policy on his part;' and this act of Mr. Lin coln; exclaims the Democrat, honorably ac quits Mr. Buchanan of the charge of being the " chief of the rebel.--,"' and firmly estab lishes " him upon the record as a faithful, true, wife, and patriotic citizen." And this Democrat further concludes that this is a grand backing down on the part of the Re publican party, which, after the 4th of March, was guing to establish the fact that we yet have a Government, and maintain possession of the public property at all hazards. We-would inform our nei...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 March 1861

CockFighting in Trenton. In one of the labt week's letlenyof tbc 'Trenton correspondent of tbc Patcrson Guardian, we God tho following state ment: An BnglisLmao has been in town for tho Ust tcu day, with a lot of Eughftb game cocks, challenging all comers. Now tberc is a member from Hanter don County by tho name of Scboaip, a rough jcotnan wbo is uotoriouly neglj. gent on the subject of clean shirt collars and fiuch t-upcrfluitics. Mr. Scbomp'ir. bb old mau with a sleepy appearaucc, and one little likely to get waked up un less punched at by such sharp sticks as the Englisbinnu u-od in the way of bandying rords and couieuptuou expressions to ward all Jersi-y roosteis and the lau,e ducks of the New Jer.-oy Legislature. Scbomp had romc words with the Johnny Bull, and t latt accepted bi banter, aud taited a boy up to Hunter don after & lot of roosters, which duly ar rived and were pitted again.-t the Eng lishman's fowls. Schooip for tbc intro ductory tilt, selected a rooster named ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 March 1861

3c THE Only Discovery Worthy of any confidence for RESTORING THE BALD AND GRAY. Many, since the great discovery of Prof Wood, have attempted not only to imitate his restorative, but profess to have discovered rgomolliing that would produce results iden tical; but they have all come and gone, be jnfr carried away by the Wonderful results ol Prof. Wood's preparation, and have been ' forced to leave the field to Us resistless sway Rcad the following: Bath, Maine, April 18th, 1859. Prof. 0. J. Wood &, Co: Gents.: The Id ler I wrote you in 1850 concerning your val uable Hair Restorative, and which yon nave published in this vicinity and elsewhere, has given rise to numerous enquiries touching nhe facts in the case. The enquiries are. first, is it a fact of my habitation and name, ns staled in the communication; scconu, is n true of all therein contained: third, does my hair still continue to be in good order and ol natural color I To all I can and do answer invariablv vcs. My hair is...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 April 1861

" ' ' ' H)n)otci i0 clitics, literature, 2lgrintltur, S timet, Jttoralitj), anb eneral Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. APRIL 4, IS61. 4 Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per nnnumin 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 papersdi&continued until all arrearages arepaid, except at the option of the Editor. ID Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $ 1 00. Each additional inser ton, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, we are prepared to execute every de Ecription of Cards. Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets. fcc, prin ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonahleterms at this office. SPEECH OF THE HOST. A. K. M'CLUEE, On the Act of the commutation of the ton nage daties upon all the internal im pro...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 April 1861

linqaish it. Should tho use of these epo o fics become universal, or even general, it will restrict the duty of the practitioner to fewer oases & those of a more grave and Burjjical character, and while it will di minish their number, it will also tend to elovuto tho staudard of qualifications a moug practitioners. Meantime- much Bioknos will bo prevented, und the gen eral health and happiness of our race pro partionably roraoted. jftcrpajin thus much generally of the specifies of Professor Huror. hroys, we will say that wc have found them, by use in our own family, all that he claim tbem to be, and unqualifiedly rt-commend them to general use and favor. 1)C Jcffcrsonian. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1861. Delaware Water Gap Classical School. By reference to an advertisement in an other column, it will be seen that the Ret. II. S. Howell has associated with himself the Rcr. C. M. Blake, who i, as we learn, an experienced, thorough and successful teacher. In addition to the usual English b...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 April 1861

Vever.pronounce a man happy, because He has riches and treasure in etore ; These may help to conlributue to comfort, but yet There are wanting full many things more. We are apt to imagine the wealthy man must Be free from all burdens and cares; To know nought of the sorrows and longings, in which The poor man so bounteously shares. All men arc stewards, intrusted with gifts Of greater or lesser degree: That the cares of the wealthy are many, 6urely must As a natural consequence," be. The sleep of the poor man, is never disturbed, ,Uy grim spectres of broken banks ; Nor by a fall in the prices of land and of stocks, Or any of Dame Fortune's pranks. "A mediocrity of stale, conduces the most" To comfort, and freedom from care, Then "Give me not riches, nor poverty" should Be man's fervent, and daily prayer. Removed from the depth of wan poverty, e'en Should fortune withhold her bland smile; Men still can enjoy many good things of me, And wear clothes, manufactured by Pyle. The handsome...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 April 1861

THE Discovery Worthy of any confidence for KESTORIA'CS THE BALD AND GRAY. Many, since the great discovery of Prof Wood, h.ite attempted not only to imitate his restorative, but proless to have discovered something that would produce results iden tical; but they have all "come and gone, be- in carried away by the wonderful results of Prof. Wood's preparation, and have been forced to leave the field to Us resistless sway. Read the following: . Bath, Maine, April 18th, lS.ri9. Prof. 0. J. Wood & Co: Gents.: The let ler 1 wrote you in 1856 concerning your val uable Hair Restorative, and which you have published in this vicinity and elsewhere, has given rise to numerous enquiries touching the tacts in the case. The enquiries are. first, is it a fact of my habitation and name, cs stated in the communication; second, is it true of all therein conlaii ed; third, does my hair still continue to be in good order and of natural color 7 To all I can and do answer invariably yes. My hair is e...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 April 1861

jmmmbmbm " 'n n ansans; -- i n "IMM"l"MM,MCT,M,t'MMa " ' " " " ' rareguLUniuuiiinwuni.BBS--- J ... 1,11.1 11, jiiuai.'iimBLm.!Liiii ijiui.jmiiwii.ih.1 glcuotcb to f olitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, illoralitu, axxb encral intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSB URG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. APRIL 11,' 1861. Published bV Theodore ScIlOCll TERMS. Two dollars per annumin advance Two dollars and h qu.trtcr, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year. Two dollars audit half. No oanfcrsxliseoatinucd until allarrenragcsaicpnid, ;xcepl.u the option of the Edilot. ID Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, ne or three insertions, $1 00 Each addiiiun.il inser on,25 cents. Lonjjcr ones in proportion. " JOS5 PRBffFiiVW. "i.aving a gencrat assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, c are prepared to execute every de scViption of Cards. Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts., Justices. Leg.il and other Blanks, Pamphlet. &e.,jiitn ted with nc.itncss and despatch,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 April 1861

SIjc ifcffcvsonian. THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1861. 0C?"O" l',e oul s'('e f this paper vc print nn other speech, delivered in the State Sen ate, on further discussion of the Tonnage tax bill, by Hon. A. K. McClure. We hope thai our renders will give it an attentive read- imr. it Ik wnll ivnr ih it. The system of taxing one railroad Company and those doing freishlinjrovcr that road and letting all others go free, is so much at war with the interests of the State and community in which s ich n suicidal policy prevails, that it is hut neces sary to cull the attention of any intelligent person to it, in order to sec the glaring error and absurdity of such a policy. QCj- We find nn error m,r Tonnage Tax article of last week. When speaking of the whole amount of moueyjhat the State would receive from the Railroad Co., we said, "Tho whole debt to the Commonwealth," &c., but the type-setter converted our to into an of, which radically changed the sense, and ren- wo dered the meaning entirely ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 April 1861

? Kerosene Oil Explosive. - r 2b the Ediurr of The N. Y. Tribune. ' Sir : In jour paper of this morning I noticed an article on Kerosene, m wiiicn it is stated tbat'puro keroseno ib not ex ploitive, and that tbo recent accident re sulting from the use of thin article wos due to its adulteration by carophene, &c. Having had considerable experience ah consulting cbemis-t in the manufacture of this oil, I take the liberty to make the following statement, in the hope that it may bo instrumental in preventing simi lar accidents and loss of life. Kerosene, as well as all other pyrogen io oils, may or may not be explore, ac cording to the proceiis of manufacture. Such oils are mixture of several hydro carbone, having toiling points varying from below 200 dcg. to at ovc 600 cleg. F. If the whole product of the distillation is collected together aud Bold for kerosene, or illuminating oil, tho proflt to the man ufacturer is of course larger than if anv portion of tho product is separated,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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