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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 July 1861

CHANGE OF TIME. Summer Arrangement. 1 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Passengers reach New York at 4,00 P. M in time Jbr the Hudson River and Sound Steamers. The Express Train North connects at Great Bend with the mail tram tor the West s on the Erie Road. OCrOmand after Thursday, June 13, 1861, trains will be run as follows: Express Passenger Trains. MOVING SOUTH. The night express Train east on N.Y. &Erie Railroad arrives at Grout Lend at 1:11 a. m. connecting with the Express Train leaving Great Bend for New York and Philadelphia at 6 45 a. ni. Due at New-Milford, 7 03 Due at Montrose, - - - 7 23 " Hopbottom - - 7 45 " Nicholson : : : 8 02 " Factory ville, - - - 8 25 " Abington : : 840 " Scranton, - - - 9:20 " BIoscow, - - . - 9:57 " Tobyhanna ; : 10:35 " Stroudsburg, ... 11:49 " Water Gap, - - 12:02 p. m. Columbia, : : 12:16 " Delaware, (15 min. to dine) 12:25 " Hope, (Phila'da. connection)12;50 Bridgville, - - - - 12:54 " Washington. : : 1:23 " Junction, - 1:4...

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

JDeuotci to politics, literature, 2lguntlhtrt, Sthvia, JHoraliti), ant CSaicral jTntcUigcucc. 4 VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 1, 1861. NO 28 Pllblislicd bV Theodore SchOCll. fnM5T,rn,inn,Knnrm;n,.;T lioiUrs ami :i quarter, half yearly a.td if not pnid be- r&;: fciccnl. .il I he unlinn of the-Editor. r- . . I . . r . . . .... 1 J., f lCC one or ttirec insertions, s i oo. Each additional incr- ion, cents. Longer ones in proportion .TTOB PRIA'TIA'G. Having n general assortment of large, plain and or ha:nenlal Type, w c arc prepared to execute every de scriplion of OmK Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, "Blank Receipts, r..ci;c r.,.,r.,i nnil other lllanks. Pamphlets;. &c.,nrln tod with neatness and Jespatch, on reasonablctcnns ai this office. MarcOT,nim...c. ijjuuMaKgai , g i New-Jersey, says that he was cook of ARRIVAL of the RECAPTUED PRIZES. ' J llim.aD confer.retl w,th tw? of thf stc,a the steamer Stag that was seized at CbaT Z1XV . . . , men about takiDg posses...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 August 1861

Qlljc 3fcffcrsoixinn. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1861. readers will find on the first page, n couple of very interesting narratives of the re-capture of the schooner Sarah J. Waring and the brig Cuba, from Jeff. Davis's pirates. TI10 narativcs prove conclusively that where there is a will there is a way ; and that all that is necessary for the protection of North ern commerce, in addition to what the Navy Department is doing, is for the owners of ves eels to ship crews of the Slrout and Tillman stripe. A little care in that respect would soon make old Ocean altogether too hot for the comfort of those chivalrous Southern beauties who desire to grow rich by stealing other neonle's roods. Since our last there I A - has been another rc-capturc. While Jeff. "Davis's prize crew was endeavoring to sneak into Charleston harbor with the captured brig Enchantress, they were overhauled by a gov ernment inan-of-wars-man, and the brig se cured for her owners, and the pirates for the gallows. Jack Ketch...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 August 1861

tery, and tbe last words he is known to have 'said wero these, to his rojn: "Boys, remember New-York is looking at you." Sergeant S. G. Goodwin of Company H, Fire Zouaves, member of Eogino 30, saw one of our men lying on his back near his horse, the man was severely wounded, if not already dead. One of tho enemy rushed up to him, and thrice pierced him through witu ins iayonet. The same man saw a Rebel strike at one of our wounded men with a saber the blow -missed the man's head, but cut off his hand. One of the Firo Zouaves, who saw tho cowardly act, instantly shot the Ilebcl dead. A member of the New-York 2d says he saw one of our men struck by the frag ment of a bursting shell, and knocked down. Two Secessionists rode up to him, and finding that, though momentarily etunned, the man wss but slightly hurt, ono of them rolled Hie man over deliber ately cut his throat with his saber. Other instances of tho Rebel manner of dealing with our wonnded men I could cite, but the stories I h...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 August 1861

KJU4T M W I" LFT CHANGE OF TIME. Summer Arrangement. mesa's! Delaware, Lacfcawanna & Western KAIL ROAD. Passengers reach New York at 4,00 P. M in time for the Hudson River and Sound Steamers. The Express Train North connects at Great Bend with the Mail train for the West on the Erie Road. OCrOn and after Thursday, June 13, 1861, trains will be run as follows: ixprus Passenger Trains. MOVING SOUTH. The night express Train east on N.Y. &Erie Railroad arrives at Gre.it Bend at 1:11a. m. connecting with the Express Train leaving Great Rend for New lork and Philadelphia at ' Due at New-Milford, -Due at Montrose, - -'Hopbottotn Nicholson : : Factoryville, , ,Abihgton : Scranton, Moscow, Toby ha una - : .Stroudsburg, -f Water Gap, Columbia, : 6 45 a. in. 7 03 " 7 23 7 45. " 8 02 " 8 25 " 8 40 " 9:20 " 9:57 " 10:35 " 11:43 " 12:02 p.m. 12:1G " 12:25 12;50 12:54 " 1:23 " 1:40 " 4:00 " 0:50 " Rridgville, -Washington. Junction, New York, -Philadelphia, Passengers from New York, leave P...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 August 1861

- ' - , . . - I glcuotcil to politics, literature, Agriculture, Stieure, iHoralitu, emit eneral Intelligence. VrOL 20. STROUDSB URG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 8, IS61. NO. 2 Theodore Sehoch. Oil TRUMS. Two dollars per anntimin advance Two jlollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore tloj end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papars-lUconfiniied iinlilallarrcaiagesHicpaid, except at the option of the Editor. ICWlvcrtisemcnts of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, SI 00. Each additional mser- ton,25 cents. Longer ones in pioportion. .JOS PRINTING. llavin? a general assortment of large, plain and or riamental Type, n care prepared to execute every de scription of C wis. Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, fllank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &r.,piln led with neatness and despatch, on rcasonahlcterms at this office. -. III II I II TTiTTl Wl The Battle as seen by an eye "Witness. From Wilke's Spirit of The Times. Washingto...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 August 1861

from tbo overwhelming storm, losing a gain a number of their mcD. It was the name etory on -all tides rootless and desperate attacks on roaring and blazing barriers, with an inevitable recoil of the inadequate nud unsupported columns. It was noticeable that in an mese per them, for we nevor afterward lost the brow of that hill till tho general conclu sion. In turning froiu the Alahamian one of their wounded drew his pistol, and. steadying it upon his arm, wot levelling it upon Lieut. Oakley, wheu that gallaut officer, catching i-igbt of ibe performance. ' ' - J . ' . . .1 . I ran quickly forward, and, with bisfword. fcrtly desperate ana almost- irantio cuar ran tho rebel through. Tho howitzers jrs, there was seldom any flanking or of tho 7Iat and llhodo I!aod battery all sustaining'force, and generally an entire the while kept in play, and in ten miu absence of all division orders when the utec more the robel battery breaking off regiments were required to fall back at tho completio...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 August 1861

Taxable Kesources. Tha average increase of tbe States for the last ten years has Free bceo 271.91 per cent; of the Slave States, 113 i)2 per cent. Massachusetts, with a population of 1, 231,005, and au area of 7.SU0 square- milcB, has a valuation of SSlo,'"' ,4oo Virginia has a population of I,o9U,31 and an area of 01,352 square mile?, and a valuation of only $7 93,249,631 less by $21, 937,702 thau that of Massachus ctts. rosacssmg an area aimo?t nine timos as great as Massachusetts, water power a hundred fold greater, a soil o unsurpassed fertility, rioh minrcal posits, one of the be.-t harbors on de the continent, hundreds of miles of navigable river, with all these advantages- the clc mcnts of an empire within herself the Real Estate of the Old Dominion is val ucd at S57.401.937 less than that of the littlo liay State. Her peronal property even including ber 2j,iu negro elaves, worth, at less than an average val- nnt on. S150.000.00U is ci-tituated at 02,675,543 leas than that of...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 August 1861

CHANGE OF TIME. Summer Arrangement. Dclaware3 Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Passengers reach New York at 4,00 P. M in time for the Hudson River and Sound Steamers. The Express Tram North connects at Great iicnu wnn me man tram lor me on the Erie Road. (pOn and after Thursday, June 13, 1601, trains will be run as follows: Estu-css 5asecc"r Trains. MOVING SOUTH. The niht express Train easton N.Y..& Erie Railroad arrives at Great -Heml at 1:11 a. m connecting- with the E.prees Train leaving " Great Bend for New York and Philadelphia ut G 45 a. in. Due at New-Milford, Due ut Montrose, - -Ilopbollorn Nicholson : : Factoryville, -Abington . : 7 03 7 23 7 45 8 02 8 25 840 9:20 9:57 10:35 11:19 12:02 12:16 Scranton, Moscow, Toby hn una Stroudsburg, Water Gap, Columbia, p. m Delaware, (15 nun. todine) 12:25 Hope, (Phila'da. conncction)12;50 liridgville, - - - - 12:54 Washington. : u : 1:23 Junction, - - - - 1:40 New York, - - - 4:00 Philadelphia, - - - 0:50 MOVING NORTH. Passengers...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 August 1861

)Bcvoki to fltolittrs, fittrotnre, Slgviculturc, Sthnct, illoralitij, an cucvol Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 15, IS61. NO. SO Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per anntimin advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore Uit enrl of the year, Two dollars and a half. No ;inp?r liioonlfnucd until allarrearngesaif paid, except at the option of the Editoi. 'Grv lvertisemcnls of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, SI 00. Each additional inscr Son , 125 cents. Longer ones l n proportion . .JOS PRINTING. Havinc.a general assortment of large, plain and or Tiamental Type, we arc prepared to execute every dc scription of Ji-ilJJK ' lAdiH-lV&jkilia i. r..-. . Itill fr..il. nl-irvV Tir.iritc Justices, I.fgal and other i?l(uiks, Pamphlets. &c.,pr!ii tcJ with neatness and despatch, on ie;sona!lc terms at this oflicc. The Battle ns seen by an eye Witness. From Wilkc's Spirit of The Times. Washington,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 August 1861

l)c 3cfiev$oniau. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1861.' A chance to Volunteer. We learn that the Secretary of War has- authorized Col. D. B. Birncy, of the 23rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, to re organize his Regiment for the war. The Regiment will be organized as a Zouave Corps, will be handsomely uniformed and e- quipped, armed with rifles and sword tmyo nets, and will bo, in all respects, a crack Re gimcnt. The mustering in of Companies has -iw.n.1., ,mmicod. and. in a few days, a uii cauj ' damn will lio formed on the Wissahikon near Philadelphia, when the active duties o M,iinr's liffl will be commenced. Each company will be mustered in as soon as rea dy, and provided for. A company will con sist of one Captain, one 1st Lieutenant, one 2nd Lieutenant, one 1st Sergeant, four Ser grants, 6 Corporals, two Musicians, one Wa goner and eighty Privates, and the Colone will accept companies or sq lads with their own officers, provided the latter are compe tent. As Col. Birney ranks high as...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 August 1861

PLEASANT TO KNOW. by the uaud oFTiic easton HALL of fashion Ob bow pleasant to know Of the placo where to go, When you ncc i wish or care To get something to wear; Ooaw, panls aud rests, Shirt-, su-penders, gloves, socks, Collars, uecktics or stocks, Underwear of all textures, Handkerchiefs and such fixtures For a good Linen Collar, At six for a dollar, Or the queer patent right, So Ftiff, tasty and light, Which stand all hut water, And come "then for a quarter." A splendid lot of all kinds of Clothing mefXber the 19th of April." "Remeui nt Pyle's EnMon Hull of Fashion, oppo- l(er tbe WCt,k of tcrror Several fights site tbe old Eaaton Bauk. General McClelan the Idol of his Sol diers. A snecial Washini'toncorrcsnondentof V,n Tribune icthn thus nf Clou. iMaHIrI. Ian: "Xhc only portion o: tno lorccs wbo have Hobieved tbe Jate victories under ytUt i'iiuiviKiu, iiiui u(4iiiu i u iiua uhv with bun, is a company of thoroughly drilled M2iea:en, Cio.iy iroa ui?ao. ill , cawcu tue cturges n:u...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 August 1861

CHANGE OF TIME. Summer Arrangement. Delaware, Lacltairauua & Western RAIL BOAD. Passengers reach New York at 4,00 P. M in lime fur the Hudson River and Sound Steamers. The Express Train North connects nt Great Bend Willi the Mail tram for the West on the Erie Road. OCrOn and after Thursday, June 13, 16G1, trains will be run as follows: Express S'siscugfcr Trains. MOVING SOUTH. The nighl express Train easton N.Y. &Erie Railroad arrives at Great Bend at 1:11a. m. connecting with the Express Train leaving Great Bend for New York and Philadelphia at G 4n a. m. Dae at New-Mil ford, Due at Montrose, - . Hopbollom Nicholson : : Facloryvillc, Abington : : Scranton, -Moscow, - - ; Tobyhanna ; : Stroudsburg1, -Water Gap, Columbia, : 7 03 " . 7 23 7 45 : 8 02 - .8 25 S40 9:20 9:57 10:35 - 11:43 12:02 12:10 Si (1 (I p. m, Delaware, (15 min. todine) 12:25 Hop", (Phila'da. connection)12;50 Brjdgville, - - - 12:54 Washington. : : 1:23 , Junction, - - - 1:40 New York, - - - 4:00 Philadelphi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 August 1861

f 2 if m H.TfftV. f.ULf 'wnirT Scuotcb to $olitifs, literature, Agriculture, Santa, illoralitu, ana cucral intelligence. VOL 20. STROUBSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 1, iSGi. NO. 31 ? mm mam mmm m&siM aeis sua isa mm . 4 -4,. 1.. I "I I gaidU ICTMgMMB H - JB " ,,i,i, ... , "WM-J ' w5c law B 1 PuMisIlStl by Theodore Sf hoch TEHMS. Tivn ilnlhirs nnr annum in advance Two il ill.trs and . i quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- torn the end of the year. Two dollars ami a n.w . bxeepi at u.c option of the Editor. i .i:iers ii-couiiniicd uniu auarreaiagusaiL-iiiuu, iDWJvcrtiscmnnts of nncsnuarc (ten linos) or leys, one or three insertions, S 1 00. Each additional inser ton, 23 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOS PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or na-nental Type, we arc prepared to execute evcryde scription of CarJs. Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes. Blank Rcreipts, Justices, I,pg.u and other iilatiks, l-aniphlels- Accpriii ted with neatness and despatch, o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 August 1861

iSI)c Jcffcrsonian. TJRSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1861. CARD. The Rev. J. E. Miller will receive as chollars for ihe Fall and Winter terms, a limited number of young men or boys. Young men prepared for toacbing, or for colloge classes. The Fall term to commonco Monday. Sept. 2d. The Rev. S. S. Klein desires if to give notice that his address hereafter is New Tripoli, Lehigh Co. Po. i .... m o i i The Progress of the Canvass. Trials and tribulations have come upon our democratic leaders. But a few weeks ago they came out of our old Court House, flush ed with ..the honors of victory : now, they mope about as though something had bit them and not a friend remained to bid them good cheer. Then the adoption of a Delegate System was a triumph which spread a,smile of sweet complaisance over iheir rotund countenances: now, dark clouds overshadow their brows, and they look upon the creature of their own creating as a suspicious thing a sort of internal machine, which may con tain the material to blow ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 August 1861

The Slaughter of the Black-Horse Cava! ry. Mr. Charles Earrand of Lansing, q xnombcr of tho 1st Michigan Regiment eives the following aocouot of the charg of tbe lilack-Horse Cavalry at Bull Run which is by far the mot graphic, and evidently correct one, yet published: Commencing with the attack, he Bays In the first charge upon the masked bat tery, in line of battle, the 69th New-Xork were in front, then the Zouaves, and in tho rear tbe 1st Michigan. Rining to the top of the hill, about thirty rods from the Rebels, we fired, intending to fall back o littlo and load, as previously ordered. Just then this order was countermanded and we were ordered to rush on, uuload ed. This new ordir was imperfectly un dcrstood, and a portion fell back; upon which all did the same, but not more than two or three rodn, creating some disorder: but we were in no sense "dnv en back." After loadiuz, we rushed for ward, crossed a road, a deep ditch and a feuce, descending tbe hill, firiug as we advanced....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 August 1861

CHANGE OF TIME. Summer Arrangement. Dclairares Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Passengers read) New York at 4,00 P. M . in time fur the Hudson River and Sound Steamers. The Express Train North-connects nt Great Bend with' the Moil train for the West of? the Erie Road. Op-On and after Thursday, June 13, 1661, truins will be run as follows: Express PaciiKcr Trains. MOVING SOUTH. The night express Train eiiston N.Y. &Erie Railroad arrives at Great Bend at 1:11 a. m. connecting with the Expre6s Train leaving Great Bend for New York and Philadelphia at 6 45 a, m Due at New-Milford, 7 03 " 7 23 " Due at Montrose, - -Hopbottum Nicholson : : : Factoryville, Abington : : Scranton, - - - . -Moscow, - - . r -Tobyhanna ; : Stroudsburg, -Water Gap, Columbia, : : Delaware, (15 min. Iodine) 7 45 8 02 8 25 8 40 9:20 9:57 10:35 11:48 12:02 12:16 12:25 41 (I II It p. m it Hope, (Phila'da. conneclion)12;50 ' Bridgville, - - - - 12:54 'Washington. : : 1:23 Junction, - 1:40 . Ncwjork, - - - 4:00...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 August 1861

ti-lli-1 UJJiimj T-W'L.aiflml I I II I Mil II H I I I II IIIJUVg Swotcft ta politics, literature, gviatltuw, Stizim, iMaraiitij, axxb (Stnttal Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSB UKG9 MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 29, S6I. NO. 3 Pblishsd bv ThCOlloTC SfliOCh TGRMS.1-TWO dollars per annumin ndvanoc-Two doll'irs and quarter, hnif yeariv ami if not paid be- S"fCStS5Sw escapi u the option of the Editor. , irjA lvcrtisements of onesquare (ten lines) or less, one or iiircc insertions, $100. Each additional inser- tCU1'0nK- OIJ PKSKTJKG. u..in,li n.,r,mnntonarcC.niain and or . nanenui Typo, e arc prepared-to execute every de senpuo iirl. Cnr.ulars, Uill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts, jutio"s. i.e-itaiid other Sinnks, Pamphlets .v., pi in HJihis,lomrelt:'Ci:S andjQSI),Uch,ou rcason:il',olcr"iS ' 1 1 1 QATIDS OP GOLD ' c v, V TT t' h "H" If wpescll oi Hon. Josepn. xLOlu Fellow-Citizens: A few weeks Pinee, in another form, I ventured freely to express my vies upon thee tragic e - vents which have broug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 August 1861

people say to tho President of the United States, "You are our Chief Magistrate; the Government you havo in charge, and aro striving to savo from dishonor and dismemberment, i oar Government; your cause is indeed our cause; jour battles aro our battle; make room from ua, therefore, in tho rank of your armies, that jour triumph may be our triumph Even as with the Father of ua all I would plead for salvation, so, my coun trymen, as upon my very knees, would 1 plead with you for tho life, aye for the life, of our great and beneficent institu tions. Hut if the traitor's knife, now at tho throat of the .Republic, is to do its vork, and this Government is fated to add yet another to that long long line of "sepulchres which whiten tho highway of the-past, then my heart felt prayer to God U that it may be written in history, that the blood of its life was not found upon tho skirts of Kentucky. cttcrsomnn. THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1861. (s5Thc excellent speech of the Hon. Jo eeph Holt, a noble s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 August 1861

(tj- Agents Wanted to sell the Erie Sew ing Machine. We will give a commission or pay wages at from S2o to 60 per monin and expenses paid. The Erie is a new ma chine, and very simple in its construction. A diploma was awarded our Maclrne by me Industrial Associatiotfof Farmers os Alec nun ics. held at Chambersburjr, Pa, at its e-xhihi tion in 1860, over the Grover & Baker, and Boudoir Machines. It is equal to any ma chine in use, and the price is but fifteen dol lars. Address R. JAMES, General Agent E S. M. Co., Milan, Ohio. March -14, 1S61. 6m. To the Tutors of Monroe Co. Through the inducement of very many friends, I lake the liberty to offer myself a6 a candidate for the office of Associate Judge, at the ensuing October Eleciion. Should I again be the choice of the People, I pledge myself to perform the duties of the office, with the strictest impartiality, and to the very best of my ability. 1 hereby alto offer mv sincere thanks to the public in general for the confidence re...

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