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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 May 1861

THE Worsiiv of any coiiicncc S'or EfiESTORlKG 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 "something that would produce results iden tical; bin they have 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 its resistless sway. Head the following : Bmh, Maine, April ISth, 1859. Prof. 0. J. Wood & Co: Gents : The let lor Iwrole yon in 1850 concerning your val uable linir Restorative, and which you have published in this vicinity and elsewhere, has given rise to numerous enquiries touching the facte in the case. The enquiries are, first, is it a fnct of my habitation and name, as stated in the communication ; second, is ii true of all therein contaii td; third, does my hair still continue to be in good order and ot natural color ! To all I can and do answer invariably yes. My hair is even better than ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 May 1861

1 I m Bcvotci to fltolitu, literature, Agriculture, Srinicc, JHoraliti), aufc (general .Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 23, 1SG1. NO. 13 J Published 1)V Tlieodoi'C SdlOCh jmade it tbo greatest and happiest land on 1 existed that could not have been rome- terms. Two dollars per nnnumin advance Two earth. Wo ore not "contending," as you died in tho Union, while thousands of e- Uoiiurs and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- 8ay for a theory," bot for a demonstra- vils that have no remedy but the sword, fore the end ofthe year, Two dollars and ahalf. - t j I i i . j- I No papersducontinued until aiiarrcaragcsatepaid, ted tact. If we desire a democratic re- will oontinuo to spring up in disunion and "SWrilffi P)lic. dare not conseDt 10 despotism, separation. Eight or fifteen States may one orthree insertions, $100. Each additional inser- "The military despotism" you speak of greatly weaken themselves, while they tosentsngcronesrojo m bj upoQ ug bolb jf w...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 May 1861

Icffcrsonian. THURSDAY, MAY 23, 18G1. Q3 Read the Rev. Thomas P. Hunt's let ter, published on the outside of to-day's pa per. Mr. Hunt was celebrated some years ago as a. lecturer on Temperance, and as such will be remembered by many of our cit izens . Ilia letter is characteristic of the man; and as he was born, reared and edu cated in the South, though for many years a resident of the Wyoming Valley in this State, what he writes on the subject of our country's trouble's, cannot but prove inter estinr to our readers. Mr. Hunt is Chap lain to the 8lh Regiment, Pennsylvania Vol uutccrs, now stationed at Chauibcrsburg. OCT Among the number of persons of ilis tinction entered for the war, we notice the name of our old friend and fellow-apprentice Wm. P. Rogers, Col. of the Buffalo Regi menu The Col. is a son of the late Thomas J. Rogers, who formerly represented the "old Tenth Legion" of Pennsylvania in Congress is a native of Euston, and having graduated as a master of the ,: art pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 May 1861

THE BANK BILL. SUPPLEMENT to an act for the equal ization of tho currency of the State, ap proved the seventeenth day of April, Anno Domini one thousand eight hun dred and sixty one. Sec. 1 . Be it enacted by tttc Senate and House of Representatives of the Common- wcoUSl of Pennsylvania , in trcncrat As sembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the autliority of the same, Thut the banks of the Commonwealth arc hereby required, until the second lueaday ot iebruar? next ensuing, to rcceivo at par, in pay ment of all debts due or to become due to them respectively, the notes of all tho eolvent banks oi the State which paid Bpccie for tbeir liabilities on and immedi- fttoly prior to the nineteenth day of No vernier last, and vrhieh shall continue solvent; and tho snid banks are also here by authorized to pay out, in all tbeir bus iness transactions and discounts, tho said notes so long as the. bonks iesuiog the same shall remain solvent; but in case any president and a majority of the boa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 May 1861

Mi THE Only Oiseoven? Worthy of ;my continence ivi UESTOHI8G . THE BALD AND GRAY. Many, since the great discovery of Prof Wood, have attempted not only to imitate his restorathc, but profess to have discovered FomothinT that would produce results iden tical; but they have all come and gone, be ing carried away by the wonderful results ol Prof. Wood's preparation, and have been forced to leave the field to its resistless sway ltcad the following: Bath, Maine, April ISth, 1959. Prof. 0. J. Wood & Co: Gents.: The let lor I wrote vou in 1S0G concerning your val uable Hair "Restorative, and which you-have published in this vicinity and elsewhere, line given rise to numerous enquiries touching the lacis in the case. The enquiries are, first, is it a fact of my habitation and name, as stated in the communication ; second, is iv true of all therein contained; third, does my hair still continue to be in good order and ol natural color? To all I can and do answer invariably yes. My hair i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 May 1861

HI III I 1 rMTTM TlTH wi-i f .. m i i , - - - Scuotcu to politics, fitcraturc, agriculture, Semite, itiora emir .cncral Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY SO, ISO!. K0.19 SchcCil ' TERMS. Two dollars per annuniin advance Two WlVXr No p.iper.s.liscoatinued until 1 allarrearagcsa. cpaul, q,Muuil;uHi..iiuiiiK;iiuu.M. Advertisements oi onestiuaro ucn nncs; uniw, one ortlirccmsortions, SI00. Eaeii auiuuonai mscr- tOll.95 I'nnU 1 iincrnr nnn In nlrtnill tldll. , . . . ,. ,. , Having a general assortment oflarge, plain and or - nanicnlal Type, care prepared to execute every dc scriptionof WSSQ S?3LS3Sr?SKfa Cirds, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Clank Receipts, . Justices. Lcg.iianJother Blanks,, Pamptilct.&o.,piln- ted itii neatness and despatch, on rcasonablcicnns at mts oiuce. HEAD THIS! A True Statement of "the Issue. A STRONG AND ELOQUENT SPEECH. Published by Theodore A great Union Prayer Meeting for the Claiming Slavery to bo a positive good, tsountry was hel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 May 1861

l)c jTcffcvsouian. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1861. The Democray in the Ceurt House on Monday Bight. On Monday evening' Inst, pursuant tocnll, the opposition to the Republican party, as thcr profess to be, assembled in the Court House for the purpose of organizing their party for the ensuing year. In the absence of the Committee on Reso lutions, Win. K. Haviland, Esq., was called upon to address the meeting, to which he responded in a few remarks, in which he took the position in the first place, that the Democratic pnrty, in reference to the- rebel lion, was not entirely blameless, for it had been, "in the past a little too lax." But in the second pluce, it was entirely right "and some of the Republicans would not deny it; and whenever the party went in favor of the Secessionists, they did it for the good of the country" the innocent but simple souls.- "and when the Republican Administration came into power they pursued precisely the same policy that Buchanan and his Cabinet" (which was fil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 May 1861

whclraning grief, Though other officers in thc'fo'rvicc may bo equally "respected, none, I think, aro more profoundly -beloved. His sad fate has thrown a great gloom upon tbe city and the camps nnd there is a burning thirst to avenge his death. His intimate relations with the President, his idcntiGcation with the Zouave arm of the service, and his ncknowledged milita r? ability, bad made him a great favorite, and the country looked with high hope upon his career, satisued that bo. would amply meet ineir expectations. It is believed by many that Alexandria will be fired and reduced to aehes, the women nnd children having been fir.-t removed. The people of that city are in a state of great agitation and (error. Mos-t ot the nhle bodied nen aro away, and tbe few citizens remaining belong generally to the nonoombatant order, whoso right will be respected. Acting-Surgeou Penguent of tho 71st Regiment, who made a post mortem ex amination of Col. Ellsworth's body, re ports that the content...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 May 1861

THE ttopiff X M ti .S Urin -J. H U M YJ Ii3 U I Worthy of asiy confidence for THE BALD AND GRAY. ar-VsliiM! the ureal discovery of Prof Wood, 'have attempted not only to imitate; i.;. MUfmiiffi. but profess to huve discovered.. M.metl.ing that would produce results iden tical; but they have all dome and gone, be ing carried away by the wonderful results o! Prof. Wood's preparation, and have been forced to leave the field to its resistless sway Read the following: Bath, Maine, April ISth, 1830. Prof. O. J. Wood & Co: Gents : The let lor I wrote you in 185G concerning your val uable Hair Restorative, and which you have published in this vicinity and elsewhere, has "ivcti rise to numerous enquiries touching the lads in the case. The enquiries are, first, is it a fact of my habitation and name, ::s stated in the communication ; second, is it irue ofall therein contait ed; third, di.es my Imir Rjil! continue to be in good order and oi nntiiRil color ! To all I can and do answer invar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 June 1861

v i.i-L'L, --'-. LU JDrootci to politics, literature, griatlturc, Sticmz, itloraliti), anl cneral intelligence VOL 20. STEOUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 6, IS61. NO. 20 Published by Theodore Sehoeh. TGR.MS. Two dollars per nnnumin advance Two 'lollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars andah.iif. No upersdisc'intinuvd until allarfeaiaBCsaicpaul, except at the option of the Editor. 1LJ Advertisements of oncsauarc (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $ 1 00. Eaoh additional inscr ten.25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, wcare prepared to execute every dc scrintion of Card4;, Circulars, Dill Heads, Notes, Blank Ucccipts Jus.icjs. T.cpit and other llianks, Pamplilets. icc.prlu, ted witli neatness and despatch, on rcasonahlcterins at tins office. SECESSION" KESULTSvs. THE TOTON. In southern clime, where negroes shine, And cotton bales are plenty; Where men are fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 June 1861

iSijc Scffcvscmtan. THURSDAY, JTH3E 6, 18GL Admitted. We were pleased to notice among the proceedings of the Csurt, the admi-sion of our friend John F.'Dfinkhoaso, as an niinmov nt Uw. John is a riyht clever - fellow, is possessed of more than an ordi nary haro of talent, and is made up o 1 that sure kind of material which can hardly fail to push him on-to eminence in ' his jjrofehsion. Having' graduated from "our office, a few years ago, on expert in - the 'art preservative of all arts,' we feel a largq, share of intcreet in bis wolfare and fiinocrelv wish bis future, in tie ranks of Blackstone, may bo as success fuj, as we arc certain it will be honorable SucccfuJ to you. John. ' Our Military Company. Captain George B. Keller's Company Volunteers is now about full,, yet a few more pood men would probablv be admitted. The Company was inspected on last Tuesday the ' 4th infct., by Mnjor Gregory, the Brigade In spector, accompanied by Col. C. D. Brodhead. The Company was subsequently...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 June 1861

Tho venerable ox-Goverhor Owsley, of Kcntuoky, said tho other day, in the most emphatic manner: "I will bo tho last man in Kentucky to lcae the Union, and when every otbcr man has done so, I will sciso the flng of uiy country and claim it for my ownr" England and the Cotton Product. A Southern planter, rcceutly arrived from Europe, a man of standing and of extensile information, sajs, as per a let ter just received from a friend in New York: IVI r. says that England will not lend the South a dollar, aud France oan not if she would. He says we have no idea of the energy with which England is prosecuting the cultivation of cotton in India and Australia. In India twenty eir millions of acres arc under cultiva tion for this purpose. As a planter he folt interested in investigating the sub ject. He saya that in much less than ten years she will need no cotton from Amer ica. Why will not the South see tbisl Jackson, who assassiuatcd Col. Ells worth, was the cannilal who cot off a piece of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 June 1861

the -ffl.iiSw Hiscovsry . "Worthy of any -wiicBMie ii BESTOISIKG . 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 something that would produce results iden tical; but they have all come and gone, bc inr carried away by the wonderful results of I'rof. Wood s preparation, mid have been : forced To leave the lield to its rcshsllcss sway. 'Ite'ad the following: liatn, iunme, April 10m, Prof. O. J. Wood & Cor Gents : The lot or I wrote vou,in 1B5G concerning. your val uable Hair Restorative, and which .you Have first, is it a fact of mv habitation and name, as stated in the communication ; second, is it true of all therein contaii ed; third, docs my hair still continue to ho in good order and of natur.fl color ! To all 1 can and do answer Invariably yes. My hair is even better than in anv stage of my life for 40 years past, more soil, thrifty, and better colored ; the same is true of ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 June 1861

iDcvotch to politics, literature, Agriculture, Stunt, iiloralitu, an aural 3ntcIIigcuce. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 13, IS61. NO. n Published by Theodore School!. TERMS. Two dollars per annumiti advance Two Uoll.'irs and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be h'ff the end of the year. Two dollars anil a half. No nancrsdUcontinued until allarreaiagcsaicpaid, Ijxccpl at the option of the Editor. ID Advertisements of oncsnuaro (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $ I 00. Each additional mscr t on, 'J j cents. Longer ones in pioporlicn. jfOE PItJIVTtlVG. la ring a general assortment of large, plain and or h unental Type, we arc prepared to execute ev ery dc Script ion of :ird, Circulars, Hill Heads. Notes. Clank Itcocipts Juslic.es, Legal and other Ulanks, Pamphlets. &o., pi In, led with neatness- and despatch, on rcasonahlctcrms at this office. A GOOD OLD KENTUCKY SPEECH. THE UNION CANNOT BE DESTROYED. By Senator Rousseau, in the hcnlucky Senate, on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 June 1861

l)c Jcffcvsoniait. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1861. XS'-'We would invite attention to the able Union speech of the Hon. Senator Ko-seaa, of Kentucky, published on the firt pago of this week's paper. Tb speech was delivered in the Senate of that State, and will amply repay an attentive perusal. With such men in her CouncilB we do not see how it is possible to drag that .noble old Commonwealth into the meshes of di-uuioo. Important. - A new timo tallo goes into effect on the Del. Lack. & AVestorn Hail road to day. The passenger train for New York until further notice, passes the Strouds- burc Depot at 1 1:49 a. ra. Letters to insuro mailing taui-t be in the office by half pat 10 o'olook, a. m. t (? Jhn N. Stokes authorizes us to say that the Hope Express Company will deliver small packages to the "National Guard," of Monroe county, at Camp Washington, free of. charge. AH packages must be at the Of. fice by 11 o'clock, a. in. This liberality, on the part of the Company, is truly commenda b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 June 1861

The State Senate. The torms of tbo following members o the State Senato expire with tho session just closed : Mr. Thompson, of Mont eomery; Mr. Yardley, of Bucks : Mr Clvracr of I3erks ; Mr. Palmer, of Scbuyl till; Mr. Penoep. of Allegheny ; Mr Blood of Jefferson ; Mr. Sebindel, of Le high ; Mr. WeUh, of York ; Mr. Gregg of Centre : Mr. liooey, of Crawford Mr. Parker, of Philadelphia. Democrats 4; Republicons, 7. $gyAt a mectiug held, by the Carbon County Agricultural Society, at the pub He hou;-o of Thomas Kemerer,; in Le hichton on Saturday alturnoon, May 11 1SG1. It was revolted that the fourcb annual Exhibition of the Carbon Co Agricultural Society bo held on Wednes day, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday the 9, 10, 11, and 12, day of October 1801. Professional Peculiarities in Camp. A SmiHiprnnr' ltttr from KeUSBCOla contains the following: "We have one couioanv from a sister Stat namelos, of course, composed of old Mctbodihts. Tho capuiu gives his orders in true sfv'e. and creates...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 June 1861

0 0 "IVoi-tSiy of ;iuy omfj;leHc lor SSlGSTOKIWCJ ; THE BALD AND GRAY. Man v. since ihe jrreat discovery of Prof Wood," h:t ve attempted not only id imitate his resstorulUe, but profess to have discovered Fomciltinir. that would produce .results iden tical: but they have all come and gone, be- iuj curried away by the wonderful result? -of l'rof:-' Wond 45 preparation, nnd have been . forced -to leave ihe Held to its resistless sway. Head the following: Bath, Maine, April 18th, 1S59. Prof. O. J. Wood & Co: Gents : The let . ler I wrote von in 1850 concerning your val uable Hair Restorative, and which yon have published in this vicinity nnd.elsewhere, has liven rise to numerous enquiries loucnmg the fuels in the case. The enquiries arc, first, is it a fact of my habitation and name, t.s stated in the communication; secona, is H IruXj of all therein contained; third, does my hair still continue to be in good order and of natural color! To all I can and do answer invariably yes. .My...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 June 1861

JDcuotjeb to fJoliius, literature, plgriatlturc, Stitntt, iHoraliti), ant nxcval Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSB URG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 23, IS61. NOt22 Published by Theodore Schools. '"CllS. Two ilotlnrs per utinuiulii advance Two "ilolliirs and u quarter, half yearly anil if not.nnid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a li.tlf. No n;nersd!scoiitinued until allarrcaiagesarepaid, 'iXceplal Uic option of the Editor. ICTWlverlisemenls of one square (ten lines) or less, .one orthrce insertions, St 00. Each additional inter .ton,2j cents. , Longer ones in ptoporlion. tJ03 PRINTING. itiVin aqencral assortment of large, plain and or naindaUi Type, v. c arc prepared to execute every lie scriptfon of CanK Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts Justices. Leg.tl and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &c..piln, ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonahlctcnns at this office. From the Bo.ton Traveller. OFFICE .SEEKING, Experience of an Office-seeker, in which there is a great de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 June 1861

!)c Setters onian. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1861. The War loan. The bids for the 3,000,000 six per cent WnrAoan, authorized by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, at its recent extra session. ivpre onened bv the nrnnnr .nillmritie?. nt -i -j i - Hnrrisbur-, on the 13th inst. Bids to the a mount of 3,000,050 were offered, all, with the exception of fourteen hundred doll.-irs, at far. Of this sum the Stroudsiburg Bank takes 0,000, and the Easton and Farmers,' & Mechanic' Banks S10.000 each. The bids range from 300,000 down to ii0; and we arc glad to fee so many of the Bulks ol the Commonwealth come forward to the res cue of the country, in this its lime of great danger. The spirited manner in which the Loan was taken, speaks volumes in favor of the credit of the Keystone State, and of the patriotism which swelis the hearts of her cit izens. tT John N. Stokes desires us to say, ail goods going by Express, must be at the office by half past ten o'clock, a. m., on account of change in Time Ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 June 1861

An Incident. A correspondent writing from Balti more. Under the dato of Juno 2u, say 'Col. Yoho's 1st Pennsylvania Regimen left their Catonatille camp this morning and reached the Boltou depot nt H o clock, where they embarked for Cham bcrsburg, to join Gen. Patterson's column destined to movo upou Harper!- Ferry. The dav was sultrv. and the men suuercu xuueh. As tbe7 were waiting ior me jo comotive, one of a gang of rebel rowdic struck a soldier, with whom he got into an altercation about the rebellion, where upon the soldier give him a severe drub biDg, with nis uts to luc great merri tnent of bin feilow-soldior, and the cbar grin and discomfiture of the assailan and his cronies, who did not dare to in terfere." : The Defeat of Winter Davis. The election of Ileury May over Win- 'ter Davis is not regarded here as a Dis union victory. Tbe Present said to day that he wa-i sati-ficd, as he had all . m mi r i confidence in Mr. May. 1 no reeling a gainst'Mr. Davis on the part of the Bal...

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