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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 October 1861

BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Stroudsburg Female Scmincry Under the care of the Rev. J. E. MILLER and Miss M. S. MILLER: Mrs. J. E. MILLER teacher of Music. The year to be divided into four terms of 11 weeks each. TERMS. For day scholars ; For all the English branches usually taught in Seminaries of the first grade, and Latin : One half to be paid at the middle, und the remuindcr at the end of the term. 84, per Session. French, 5. Music on the Piano, 3 per quarter. on the Guitar, 5 for 12 lessons. Pastel Paintin"-. 85 ) Mnnrir.lirnmntie. 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 S Six pupils will be received into the family of the Principal as boarders, at a charge ol S200. ncr year, for Boarding, washing, and tuition in all the English branches, Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made at the beginning of each session, and the re mainder at the close. No deduction for absence, for cither boar- ding or day-scholars, excepting in case o Bickness, or by special agreement. Pupils rece...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 October 1861

iBcvotci to JpoIitUB, itmiiure, Agriculture, Stitnct, Mloxali an (Stencral Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 19, 1861. NO. 39. ill Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per annumin advahfcc Two dollars and h quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half.' Nj paoersdi.onntfniied until Jill arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editoi. C7A lvertiscinauts of onesquarc (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $ I 00. Each additional ihscr on.io cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PEtJffTBNG. , Having a general assortment of large, plain and or natncntal Type, we are prepared to execute every de scription of Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Clank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other Hanks, Fainphlets. &.c. prln ted with neatness and despatch, on lcasunabJc terms at this office. "PEACE!" One night a worthless, stealing' scamp, Broke through my bolted doors, And laid his thievish, wic...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 October 1861

tor aorarnunication, remain very low, and ay remain so if the Southern market re main hermetricisllv sealed against the o- NnrfK.Wpstorn shipments of 1860. Wheat, we hear gives a third less yield thsn latt year, on account of tbo greatly prevalent drouth, wintor-killing. the devastation by tho army-worm, and otber insects, rust, their seeding and oth froauc3. Potatoes, in some "sections, are badly destroyed By rot, so much so in soma a to tbroaten local high prices. Tho fat increasing per cenUge of injury caused to thi tuber by the insidious dis ease, in every county where grown, would cera to point to its ultimate extinction, nnd the employment of some substitute bv tho great mass of tho people. IV! Y. Tribune Oct. 3d. I)c Staffers out an. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1861. Nine Majority. It now appears that George II. Row land has nine majority over John 0. West brook for the Assembly. This is to bo regretted, because any nan who has been guilty of uttering sym- J of the line this side o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 October 1861

Military Matters. A new regiment of light infantry is now forming, under the direction.of uol John F. Staunton, and is encamped at (Camac's Woods) Camp Crossman. . The recruits are furnished by the counttea of the northeastern aud middle portions of the State, and are energetic and hardy, Inured to toil, and capablo of bearing whatever may bo required of them; th companies arc uniformed and armed when filled, and are regularly and strictly in structcd. Ilia Excellency Gov. Curtin has ordered the lnte regiment, of Col. Jr. Lonroy (two coa-panici-) to be at tached to this regiment and no doubt xists that Hiberuia's pons will, with proper training, do their whole da ty. Camp Crossman is in charge of Lt. Col. Burnbam. Col. Stauoton was an of ficer of the 1st Pennsylvania Regiment in Mexico, and his bravery and intelli gence there won for him the respect and affection of his compatriots of that service. This regiment is expected to be very soon filled and off to the wars. PhiUi Ledger. E...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 October 1861

BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Stroudsburg Female Scminery Under the care of the Rev. J. E. MILLER and Mi M.S. MILLER: Mrs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music. The year to be divided into four terms ol 11 weeks each. TERMS. For day scholars: Forall the English branches usually taught in Seminries of the first grade, and Latin : Oue half to be paid at the middle, and the remainder at the end of the term. S4, per Session. French, $5. Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. on the Guitar, 5 for 12 lessons. Pistel Painting, $5 Monochromatic, 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six pupils will be received into the family of the Principal as boarders, ut a charge of $200, per year, for Boarding, washing, and tuition in all the English branches, Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made at the beginning of each session, and the re mainder ut the close. No deduction for absence, for either boar ding or day-scholars, excepting in case of eickuess, or by special agreement. Pupils received at any ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 October 1861

"' ri" im nr i" inn 11 nwtco to politics, fitcrotnrc, aviculture, Sricntc, iHoroliiw, emit cncral JntcIIisencc. VOL 20. STROUDSB URG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 24, IS6I. KO 40. lied by Theodore Schochi TERMS. Two dollars per annumin advance Two Hollars and u quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. N nmerdiicoutjnued until all arrearagcsaiepaid, bxcepl at the option of the Editoj. rO.v l'ei-tiseaients of onesquare (ten lines) or less, one or uiree insertions, 3 1 oo. isacti auuiiionai inser on , 2j cents. Longer ones in proportion. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or tiamcnwil Type, we arc prepared to execute every dc scription of Cards ;, Circulars, Mill Heads, Notes, Clank Receipts, :cs. Leg tl and other IHanks, Pamphlets- &c.,pitn Justices ted with neatness and Jesp.Ucli, on jca&onalileteinis at this office. I LOVE TO COURT. I love to court in winter, The many girls I know, When all outside is dreary And cov...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 October 1861

l)c JcffcrsDiiian. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1861. The Konroe Boys at Prospect Hill. A correspondent, with the army, informs us that, on Saturday, the 12th inst., Company F. of the 4th Reg. Pennsylvania Reserves, Capt. G. B. Keller, rcconnoitered within the rebel lines, beyond Prospect Hill, Fairfax county, Virginia, and arrived at a farm house, two miles beyond our pickets. Upon mqui ry, the old lady of the house informed them that she was Mrs. Jackson, the mother o Jackson who shot Ellsworth, and that her son was buried on the farm. Capt. Keller imme diately reported the above to Head Quarters, and at 4 o'clock next morning, Gen. M'Cal tent a body of Cavalry and Infantry and had Mrs. Jackson and her brother, Mr. Moore, arrested. A number of valuable letters and papers were also secured. We learn from a number of sources that Capt. Keller has one of the best drilled companies in the 4th Re giraont. Small Favors Thankfully Received. The editor of the Monroe Democrat is ju bilant over th...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 October 1861

Pennsylvania Troops for the West. The destination of most of the volun teer regiments of Pennsylvania will pro- Vert It is already stated that a new brigade, under bablj be tbc W in Pittsburg ccs of nrtilli'rv from Erie, aud a eavalrv compauy from Philadelphia, called the Nolcy Guards. The l!orty filth regi mom, onoer w. eiso, u oracrea to the Wet also, and other regiments will nrocccd asranidlv as no-eible in the same dire:tiou. Probably ns m an -i .... - - euuay i v qui n?, win do sent to iveutucKy as to iMiouri. Heretofore most of the Pennsylvania regiments bare been em ployed along the lino of tbc Potomac, from Wnliacjsport down to Alexandria The force there being t-ufficient, we arc very glad to learn that the new regi racnt arc to bo sent westward. There is a grcata work to be done in Ken- lucky, Missouri, and along thu Missisip- pi, as there is in Virginia, and the gal- iant soldiers ot rcunsylvania win rc - joico to litit alon.-iue ot ttieir V estern .ITT I brctficru Hi tlel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 October 1861

BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Siroudsbiirg Female Scminery Under the enru of the Rev. J. E. MILLER nd Miss M.S. MILLER: . Mrs. J. E. MILLER tencher of Music. The year to be divided into four terms ol 1 1 weeks each. TERMS. -For day scholars . For nil the Enrlih branches usually taught in Seminaries of the first grade, and Latin : One half to be paid nt thcmiddle, and the remainder at the end of the term. S4, per Session. French, J&S. Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. on the Guitar, 5 for 12 lessons. Pastel Painting, 5 Monochromatic, 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six pupils will be received into the family of the Principal as boarders, at a charge of S'200, per year, for Boarding, washing, and tuition in all the English branches, Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made at the beginning of each session, and the re mainder at the close. No deduction for absence, for either boar ding or day-scholars, excepting in case of sickness, or by special agreement. Pupils rec...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 October 1861

Ukuotcb to politics, fittroturc, Olgricultua, Science, illorctlitn, ana cncral jrutclliqencc. VOL 20, STROUDSB ORG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER SI, 1861. N0.4I Theodore Schocli. TERMS. Two dollars per nnnumin advance Two uomrs ana a quarter, nail ye rjfcnan5S?Mrr!!fdbC foretnc cml of the veur. Tiv No paoersdiiconliniicd until til aiiarrearagcsajepaid, texcepl .it the option of the Editor. iOA Ivcrtisements of onesquare (ten lines) or less, One or three insertions, $ I 00 Each addiliunal inser un, '25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRLNTIKG. Uarin? a qencral assortment oflarge, plain and or hamcntalType, u care prepared to execute cverydc scnption of iVWI 4 cX is s&is&i L".i.liJJvJij-n Sc; ted with neatness and despatch, on rcasonahlcteims Hlc' at this office , - - - Fro?n the Louisville Journal.' The Word! Arm ! Ann without any words ! Arm ! This is the time for words ! Arm ! Arm ! Arm ! Arm ere it is too late ! Arm ! Arm or be dcssolutc ! Arm ! Arm 1 Arm ! This is the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 October 1861

' .4 Vv-v- V , -Vie THTTESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1861. UUtJM II ! ' 'j ' - - fj-Fricndllannum.ofthc Lusorne Union, grows quite snarly over a truthful equib we published last week, touching the result of the election in Luzerne county. Keep cool Mifilin ! Anger but distorts the countenmee, nnd a madman's grumblings arebutan indul gence in the folly of a fool. You're badly whipped. Mifflin, it is true, but we'ean't see that fowling is going to help you any. Bet ' tcr by far act the philosopher, and thank God that it's no worse. You will feel better over it. We pity you Miiilin, indccd-ve do ; but bad company will produce bad consequences, and as you make your bed so you must lay in 5f. Parpwoll old boy. That old Luzerne is good for the Union, is glorious. .Farewell. irear tne Babbling Demagogues. . We Ct.py the following paragraphs from a couple of ou.r exchanges ; "It is about eight months that the Republican party has governed our country. The people have spoken in thunder that they nii r...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 October 1861

An Oddity of the last Century. The editor of a recent edition of Lady Mary Wortley Montague's Letters gives tho following account of the Earl of-Pom-broke, a great oddity o'f a hundred years ago: Marrying for the third lime at seven ty-fivc. ho uiaiutaincd i-trict dominion o vcr a wife, vrkoni other pcoplo thought safely arrived nt jcara of discretion, and quite Ot to take care of herself Sho had leave to visit in an evening, hut must never, on account, stay out a miuutc la tcr than ten o'clock, his supper hour. One uight. however, the t-taved till pa?t twelve, lie declined supping, tclleii s the servants it could not be ten o clock, a their lad? was not come home. When at last she came in a terribh fright and be gan making a thousand apologies?, "Mj dear," snid he, very coolly, "you are un der a mistake, it is but jut ten; your watch, I see, goes too fast, and so does mine: we must have the man to nsotrow to act them to rights, rueauwbile, let u go to supper." His example on anothe...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 October 1861

BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG- LADIES. Slroudslnirg Female Seminary Under the care of the Rev. J. E. .MILLER and Miss M. S. MILLER: Mrs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music. The yenr to be divided into four terms ol 11 weeks each. . TERMS. . For day scholars; For nil the English branches usually taught in SetninnrKis of the first grade, and Latin : One half to be paid nt the middle, uiid the . remainder at the end of the term. 4, per Session. French, $0. Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter. " on thc-Guitar, 5 fur 12 lessons. Pastel Painting, ) Monochromatic, 4 Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six minils will be received into the family nftlio Prineinjil as boirders. at a chanie of . S200, per year, for Boarding, washing, and tuition in all the English branches, Latin, - if desired. Half payment to be made at the beginning of each session, and the -remainder at the close. No deduction for absence, for either boar ding or day-scholars, excepting in case of sickness, or by special agreement. Pu...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 November 1861

gnott ta politics toture, culture, Sdnuc, iWotalitn, an Otnetal JntcliiScn. VOL 20. STROUDSB URG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 7, IS01. Published by Theodore Schoch. i J5RU5.--.Tvo dollars per annumin advance Two Uillirs :mJ tqutrtcr, half yearlyand if not paid be fore the e.i.l of the year. Two dollars and a half. N i J.i.iers discontinued until allarrenrngesaiepaid, bx.ie.pl .tt the option ol" the Editot. 0Adrerliseitisais of oncsnuare (ten lines) or less, v..n, ... hhuc ium:i iiiin, i uu. ftucn nouiuonui mser on, -J J dsnts. Longer ones in proportion. IN 0. 42, Coins of ths New Testament. BY JAMES ROSS SNOWDEN From the Monroe Democrat. JT025 PRINTING. . Havins a general assortment oflarge, plain and or h:ttnontal Type, we are prepared to execute every tic scriplion of Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes. Clank Receipts, Justices. I.pgal and other Blanks, Pamphlets- &r.,piln ted with neatness and despatch, on rcasonablcteims nt tins office. put my fingers in my mouth, and did j...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 November 1861

l)c Setters o in n. n. THURSDAY, NOVEMBEE 7, 1861. Beets that are hard to Beat. We were presented, a few days fine? wtth two Beets raised in Valentino Al hurt's rnrden. in this borouirb. which are - r - , o ply because they had been brought up in the old fashioned belief that decency of expres sion should bean attribute of the- truegentle man forgetting that you were trained in that higher dit-pensary of modern classics, the "Raging Canawi; wherein it is ordained that he is the best "feller" who can deal most readily in that which ordinary folks call smut. Give thern the same advantages that you en joyed, dear George, and they would become better fitted to enjoy the excentricitiesofyour surpassing genius; but, as they are, one can hardly expect them to know better than to call things by their right names It was from this cause, dear George, that your reputation suffered throughout the dis trict, during the recent campaign. Like many THE LATEST WAR NEWS. We have some good news from t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 November 1861

banks in some places were completely honeycombed by the musk ruts, and a" II tile attention a few days ago, would bave sa ved the meadows from tbe deluge. 01d "Aunt Debby," well known to the iin Jrcrs of Philadelphia, found the water vc tj suddenly ri-o to the e.-ond ftory win dows of her rouh and uripr tenditisi ten cmcut, and at one time it wan a mater o doubt whether toe house would not ?c carried away by thefiood. She wuj re cued yc-teraay, by a party who proceed cd in a small boat. All the crop of corn had been gathered, but the destruction-to other kinds of property will be wry hea vy. It is reported that the overflow ex tended from "T bompson'o Poiut uearly to Pehnagrove. O A Talk with a Fony Express Eider. The Grass Valley National, in nn or liclo relative to the Overland Mail Ex pres to California, makes the following interesting statement: We hd a few moment conversation the other day, with on; of tho-e daring. hardy fellows who are omployed as ri dcr-i on the pony express...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 November 1861

BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Stromlsburg Female Semiucry Under the care of the Rev. J. E. MILLER and Miss M. S. MILLER: Mrs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music. The year to be divided into four terms ol 1 1 weeks each. TERMS. For dny scholars For all the English branches usually taught in Seminaries of the firtt grade, and Latin : One half to be paid at the middle, and the remainder at the end of the term. S4, per Session. French, 85. Mueic on the Piann, 8 per quarter. " on the Guitar, 5 for 12 lessons. Pastel Painting, 5 Monochromatic, 4 V Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six pupils will be received into the family of the Principal as boirdcrs, at a charge ol S200, per year, for Boarding, washing, and tuition in all the English branches, Latin, if desired. Half payment to be made at the beginning of each session, and the re mainder at the close. No deduction for absence, for either boar ding or day-scholars, excepting in case of sickness, or by special agreement. Pupils received...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 November 1861

T y -rrarVi r-f - j--- -- ..-. ,i.-riic..-ni.-rT i i ,iaai-T.iiijrrA'CTcn--irTrriiaTl rn v-iTr-r -r-r-rr -r.. r-n , , MM , , , , r -r-t - irr -..JJJll- i i ... ik4111 W trsiBMi Miff JDcDotci to fpoiitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, loralitij, anir eucral jrutclligcncc. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNT 7, PA. NOVEMBER 14, iS6i. o4s Published by Theodore Selioeh, T3HM5. Two dollars per annutnin advance Two dalUrs m I a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore th! c.il of the year. Two do'llars andalialf. Ni nierilUooiitfiujcd until all a'rreaiagcs at cpaid, extent .it the option of the Editoi. "IF V Ircrtisewents of or.esqnare (ten line.) or less, 6he or three insertions, S I on. Each additional inter im, i) cjnis. Longer ones in proportion. J&B PRSiYTffffGS. Havin? a general assortment of large, plain and or fi.vnentul Type, ivcarc prepared to execute every de scription of Car J, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes. Dlank Receipts, Justices. l.g.tl and other IHauks, Pamphlet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 November 1861

THURSDAY, 0VER1M861; ""irpThe chattering of our friend Cotter, of Milford will receive due attention next week, A press of other matter foibide it at this time. More Big Beets. Mr. Alexandor Lorter, of Stroud township brought to otir office, the other day, a couple of Beets which are almost equal to those we noticed last week. They are of the same va rictv. and the largest one weighed five pounds, thirteen ounces. The Return Judges Of Monroe County, met in the Court House on Tuesday last, and counted the vote cast at the late election. The figures do not va ry from those contained in the tabula-s!ate mcnt which we published on the 17th of Oc tober. 07-Our unfortunate neighbor, thev Squire in his last week's Democrat, indulges a great production on our account. The arlicle bears upon its face a full share of those rare marks of genius which stamp it as his own. Had any other person penned it, the world at large would have jumped at the conclusion that it had been written early in tho...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 November 1861

fusing to carry water for tho kitchen af ter having been ordered to do ho by tho Orderly Sergeant, II. Loub, is sentenced "to two months' hard labor, with stop page of pay for the game time, and to carry a knapsack Glled with sand, find weighing fcixty -pound, four hours each day, from D to 1 1 a. n). and from 3 to 5 p. re., and to continue this for thirty ouc days." Private Frederick Stahel, Company G, 41. t DeKalb Regiment, New-York Vol unteers, convicted of desertion from the eorvice of the Uuited States on the 125 th day of August, 161, is sentenced "to be, in the presence of his regiment, marked on the left hip with the letter D, one inch and a quarter in length, with indelible ink, and to hard labor, with a thirty to pound iron tali attached to hi riK bt leg by a chain sis feet iu length, for the bal ance of his term of cnlK-tmcnt.'' Washington, Nov 10, 1 SGI. The Speculation in Arms. The Govern merit has wisely conclude-. "to ston tue sncculatioo in arms, it na notified all t...

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