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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 November 1861

' ' BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. S'troudsburg Female Semincry Under the care of the Rev. J. E. MILLER and Mie M. S. MILLER: Mrs. J. E MILLER teacher of Music. The year to be divided into four terms ol 11 weeks each. TERMS. For dny scholars: For nil the English branches usually taught in Seminaries of the first grade, and Latin : One 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. Pastel Painting, 85 Monochromatic, 4 V Materials furnished Leather Work 4 ) Six pupils will be received into the family of the Principal as boarders, at a charge of $200, per year, for Boarding, washing, and tuition in all the English branches, Latin, if desired. Half p.iytnent 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 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. — 21 November 1861

l"H'f lllllll Itm Scuotcb to Jpolitics, literature, Agriculture, Sncuce, 'itloraliiij, an encral .Intelligence. VOL 20. 8TROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 21, iSSi. IS 0-44. t I Published by Theodore Sehoch. TjSRMS. Two dollars per annumin advance Two Vlollirsand quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. N i iiapersdisooatinticd until allarrearagcsarcpaid, exceot at the option of the Editor. CAlrertisements of onesquare (ten line?) or less, bnc or three insertions, $ 1 00. Each additional inser ton, ij cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOC PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or bamentalType, we are prepared to execute every de scription of Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &c.,prln ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonable tei ins at this office. THE SNOW ROBE. BY MINNIE MYRTLE. Last night ns we slept, And the vigils we kept By the spiri...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 November 1861

Sljc jfoffcraonian. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 186L ggfWe would call attention -to tbe ad vcrtisemont Leaded "Lecture" in anoth er column. As the subject of the lecture it an interesting ono, and its object a moat worthy one, we hope the lecturer le rewarded with a full house. The Herald says, "Mr. Lincoln was o bliged to act upon his own responsibility, and throw himself upon the patriotism of the country and ask Congress io endorse his ille gal acts upon the plea of necessity." Then why did not Buchanan do the same thing 1 If he had put forth his power at the proper time, even in a legal manner, without resort ing to any extraordinary means at all, he could have crushed out rebellion when it was in its infancy. But he stubbornly refused to do it, even at the earnest entreaties of many patriotic democratic statesmen, among whom was Secretary of State, because Buchanan would More G-xorious News. The Frigate San Jacinto at Fortress Mon roe Capture of Mason and. Slidell They are Cauglit o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 November 1861

: . .UNCONCERN; ByilEAUD'6t-TUB EASTON HALL OE FA8IUON. To be happy, we are told, . - ?.Wc.,must hot appear . .Tojsee,' all we do see, - -i And hear all we hear. .. Wc. acknowledge much truth aolriiasseition like this; t inhere arc cases and times, when -: Unconccrndness is bliss.- , Things occur daily round us, ",. 'Twoald show wisdom to try . To pass in strict silence, tUnconcernedly by; But 'twould greatly diminish " Our comfort, did we " Pretend, no decided jrAdvantage to sec. , . s k In yurchasing clothing, l For Winter and Fall, At. the Emporium of taste, Pyle's great Fashion Hall. A splendid assortment of Fall and "Winter clothing, at Pjle'a Fabhion Hall opposite the old Eastou Bank. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Female Pills. mOTECTED LETTERS BY, ROYAL &isM?& PATENT, Prepared from a prcsriplion of Sir J.Clarke, : M. D. Physician Extraordinary lo the Queen. rpilIS wcil known medicine is no imposition, but a JL fiireanil safe icmedy for Fcnvil:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 November 1861

BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Stroudsburg Female Seminery 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 11 weeks each. TERMS. For day scholars : For all the English brunches usually taught in Seininnries of the first grade, and Latin : One half to be paid ut the middse, and the remuinder ut the cud of the term. S4, per Session. French, $5. Music on the Piano, 8 per quarter " on the Guitar, for 12 lessons. Pastel Pu inling. S5 Moiiochroitiiilic. 4 Materials furnished Leal her Work 4) Six minds wilM't? received into the family of the Principal as ho. mors, at a charge f 8200. per year, lr Bourclini!, wnslinir and tuition in all th English brunches, Latin, if desired. Hall p ymenl to be made at the neinnm of each session, and the re mainder at the elope. No deduction lor alienee, for either boar ding or day-scholars, excepting ill case of sickness, or by special agreement. Pupils received at ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 November 1861

.XJ.rftiw.T- Y lVTw Mlli -inmiiiil - "mi inn HniiiMinniW,, m mm 1 1 fi Till Mia al mfiUmmLAmLM Jl-1-MJUUt Scuoici to JJoIitirs, literature, Agriculture, Science, jWordlita, ani encral 5ittclii9cucc, VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNT 7, PA. NOVEMBER 28, isei. xM45. Published by Theodore Srhorl). T'J'lMS. Two dollars per annumin advance Tho uollirsanJ tq'iirtcr, half yearly and if nnt raid be fore the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. V i in- lUc-inliuuetl tmtil allarrearagesaiopaid, feiccnl u the option of the Kditm . Z7V U'cttscnQiUs f one square (ten lines) orlr.es, tone or three insertions, $ I 00 Each nddiiion.U insei wii, it csals. Konscr ones in proportion. JTOiS PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or hnmcntal Type, we arc. prepared to execute every de acription of Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &c.,prln led with neatness and despatch, on reasunahlcterms at this office. The Condi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 November 1861

iX-C ii- Stye 3fcffct'sonian. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 18GL OrAt the recent election held in Phila phiaon the 8th of October Inst, the joint vote cost in the city for the two candidates for -.r . .t Sheriff was 60.83S. In IVew iorit, at me e lor.tinn held on the 5th inst., the joint vote cast for two candidates for Sheriff was 60, 015. Philadelphia vote over New York, 823 Congress. Congress will assemble in regular session Mnnnv next. As the business of the Ull . . -j session will be almo.-t exclusively of that character having a bearing on the war, it is not expected that the session will be a long one. It is rumored that the Secretaries wil all have their reports, with bills to correspond with their recommendations, ready to place in the hands of the respective committees, as soon as both houses are organized, and as their measures have been generally antic:pated there will be no need of delay in the transac linn nf hiiKinoss. The President's message will be looked for with interest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 November 1861

The Festival. BY TIIE HARD OFTHE EASTON HALL OF FASHION. The grave and gay, young, old and all, We invito to the Masonic Hall, On Thursday next, (Thanksgiving night,) - -Where will be placed before the sight, A grand array, Of viands of the choicest make, Fie's. sweetmeats, tarts, all sorts of cake, Oysters raw, pickled, hot and cold, Chicken salad, and beef a la mode, For trifling pay Bon-bons, of rare and costly kind, Ice-creams and fruits, you there will find, And ladles fair, to deal them out !f'As ever graced a ball or rout, Will sure be there. Epicureans, if they wish, may be ' ' This night filled to satiety; While sentimcntals if they choose, Can regale in sweet billet-dous Written with care. Then gentlemen and ladies, all, Come, patronize this festival A taste of all the good things told "That night will certainly be sold For moderate sum The proceeds of the feast will be Devoted to sweet charity. The charity that's not confined, To sect, or sex, or shade or kind. Fail not t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 November 1861

AYEB'S Are ciring the SIek t ai cxteit Merer before known of any Mediclie. INVALIDS, READ AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. mi F II UEL. Ei., the well known perfumer, of Che-tnut Street, Philadelphia, whwe choice produeU are found t almost every toilet, etya : (i t am hannvto mv of your Cathitic Piix, that I h.J fimndThem be'. ter family medicine, for common i ' iSS, mi? other within my knowledge. Many of my hve re.Hted marked benefl.e from them, and co Inride with me ' Mlnt Urn they pof ordinary Tirtuei for driving out di.ea.-ee tnd curing the sick. Tliey lnot only cfftcfutl, but afe and pleasant to be taken -Slitie- which must make Uiem valued by the public, when they ire known." The venerable Chancellor WARDLAW writes from Bal timore, 15th April, IBM : "Da. J. C Arm Sir: I hive taken your Pills with peat benefit, for the liMlenewi, laneuor, loe of appetite, and Bilious headache, which has of late years overtaken me in the sprinp. A few doses of your Pill cured me. I ha-e u?ed your Cherry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 December 1861

Scuotei to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, illnralitij, ani encral Intelligence. t VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER 5, 1861. NO.' 46. Published by Theodore Schoch." TERMS. Two dollars per annumin advance Two UilUrs and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. K papersdiscontinucd until allarreaiagcsaiepaid, texccnl at the option of the Editor. rC Advertisements of onesquare (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $ I 00. Each additional inser jn, -J5 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING. llavinp a general assortment of large, plain and or tanmcntalTypc, wc-are prepared to execute every tie tcrtption of Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes. Dlank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Ulanks, Pamphlets, fccprln ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonublcterms at this office. Political Tendencies in Virginia. labor Scouted Free Education Denounced, limitation of the Franchise. From tho "Richmo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 December 1861

Sljc cffcv0onicut. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1861. TEACHERS OF MONROE COUNTY, You are hereby requested to meet in the Academy at Stroudsburg, on Saturday, Da K at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of making armnperopnfs to bold teachers Institutes in every district in this County. CHAS. DETRICK, County Superintendent. Election in New York Glorious Triumph for the Union. The election for Mayor and municipa offiocra of New York City, came off on Tuesday, and resulted in the complete overthrow of Mayor Wood and his Soces Eion sattclit-s. This is a glorious tri uuspb, and one over which the whole country will rejoice. The result is as fol lows: Opdjke. (Union,) 25,58 Gunthcr, (Tanoauy Dern ) 2 1,913 Wood. (Secession Dom ) 24 174 Opdyke's majority over Gunther, 771 over Wood, 1410. EST Thanksgiving passed off in our placo rstber quietly. Divino services were held in the several churches of the placo. The Rev. Mr. Edwards, c are informed, delivered an appropriate dis coor.-e in the Presbyter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 December 1861

Skuoteo to folitirs, literature, Agriculture; Science, JHoralitB, an6 metal Intelligence. Vol 20. Published by ThCOdorC ScIlOCllt provement, worth its eoet In all the fu- TERMS. Two dollars per annmnin advance Two ture. to;S . Somo treaties, deigned chiefly for the N tiipersdiscontinued until all arrearages aicpaul, interests of commerce, and having no texcept at the option of the Editoi. i-.- i . . . JCAdvertiscments of onesquarc (ten lines) or less, grave political importance, havo been ne- bneorthree insertions, $100. Each additional inser- c0tiatcd. and will he sumbmitted to tho on, 23 cents. Longer ones in proportion. . , . . ,, , , . -- Senate for their consideration. Although Trv, DDivTrivr' ; we have failed to induce some o tbe com- Having a general assortment oflarge. plain and or merclal P0wer .to "doPl a m' barnental Type, ive are prepared to execute everydc oration of the rigor of marititqe w.ar, we fccnptionof have removed all obstructions from the X&m&K ,JMlUUl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 December 1861

hence .ill indispensable means must be employed. Wo should not be in baste to determine tbat radical and extreme meas ures, which may reach the loyal as well as tho di-loyai, uro iudispcnable. The Iuaugural Address at the begiuing of the Administration, and the mes-nge to Coivreas at the lute special sessiou, were both mainly devoted to the domes tic ocmtiovcrFj out" of which tho insurrec tion end consequent war have sprung. Nothinw now occur? to add or bultracl to or from tho principles or general pur poses staled snd pressed in that docii xnenr. The la-t ray of hope for preserv ing the Union peaceably, expired at the msault upon. Fort Sututer, ud a genera review of v. hat has occurred since way not be uproOtablc. What was painfully uncertain then, U much b. Iter defined nod more distinct now, aud the progress of events is plaiuh in the ribt direction. The insurgents conGdcniYy claimed a strong support from North of Mason and Dixon's !in , and the friends of the Uniou were not free...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 December 1861

life, At best is not very lojsg. A few more smiles, a few more tears, some pleasures, roach pain, sunshine and song, cloud? nrtt H 1. 1 L . I u u iw, uaiy greeno,, aurupnugn.pi. urai.u.j. wuu ,cMu ,:..u farewells inoD our nine patn win ciose, and injured an! itijurer will pass away, Is it worth while to hate each other? Hartford, (Ct.,) usually Democratic, ibis boll defeats that ticket throughout. New York Markets. Wednesday, Dee. 11, 1861. FLOUll AND MEAL Wheat Flour, tbo sales include 21,600 bbls. at $5 40a S5 55 for supcrfipe State and Western, $5 90a$5 93 for shipping brands of Round hoop Extra Ohio. Rye flour m steady at $3 ISaSl 50. Buckwheat flour is in A, if Annir,A CM 7I).,C1 Bfl 1 flM IK Com Meal; sales of 200 bbls. at 83 for Jersey, and S3 30 for Brandy wine. GRALN-Wbeat; the sales ore , 1 1 1,700 bush, soft Spring at SI 20:27,300 bush. Milwaukee O ub at $1 29a$I 31. Rye; sales of 12,000 bush. State and River tit ooo. Dnrn'Torm-P r i 4i i . Y IiL.vrf""rrr . "'. 0 . ' priz...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 December 1861

AYER'S Ire caring the Sik to an extent never before fcnow of asy Medicine. INVALIDS. READ AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. TTif r HAT7FL. Ei.. ttiejrH Vnotvn rrfumer, of hS.it StSfe, Phil.to1pl.I. wl choice product. re found M almost every tmlet, y : .. t ,,.., nf vour Cathartic Pills, (hat a Mr, ?ound Tm?eerft.n.!v medicine, for common ilSi any Ser within my knowledge. Many of my 1- ' V h, rM red marke.1 benrfl-e from them, and co S e - Sieving tna, tt.ey pna Im et fi'r driTiDR out dia e and curing Hie s ck. They Zl.lVt .,!.1r "nertiit', 'it fs and pleasant to be taken !1Wcrwhlch murt "-ke U.em Valued by the public, whon lhnv are known." The renerable Chancellor WAIWLAW writes from Bal limnre, 15th Apiit, ISM: "nit . 3 C. Atm Sir: I hare taken your Pills with mat luefit, fur the listlessm?'?, languor, loss of appetite, ami Bilious headache, which has of late years overtaken me in the sprit.. A few doj.es of your Pills cured me. I have UM)d your Cherry Pectoral many years tn my family for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 December 1861

JPcuotci to politics, literature, Olsriatlture, Srimcc, Jiloralitij, an enern! Intelligence. VOL 20. STftOUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER W, 1861. NO. 48. Published bv TilCOdorC SdlCCh. v TERMS. Tivo dollars per annumin advance Two dollars and u quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. N p inersdiiconiintied until allarrearagcsaicpaid, except, at the option of the Editoi. -CAlvcrttscinciUs of oncsquare (ten lines) orless, one or three insertions, J I 00. Each additional inscr on, ij cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PElfiliTSSG. SalTy senpuon oi Ss. "ted with neianess and despatch, on reasonahictenns at this office. - - . - - Beport Of th9 Secretary Of the Treasury. Tbts Report has just made its appear- ance. The Secretary alludes to the re- port of the 4th July last, wherein he ask- ed from Congress provision for the expen- ditures amounting to S318.519.5BI h7 daring the coming fiscal year. Under tho authority of Congress, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 December 1861

She iJcffcrsomnn. THTTESDAY,5DECEMBER 19, 1851. New Sheriff. Governor Curlin !ias appointed Henry C Wolfe, Esq, of Stroud township, Sherifl'o, Monroe county, rice James NDurling, de ceased. Mr. Wolfe is both capable and hon eat, and will doubtless make a very efficient officer. His appointment will be received with npprobation throughout the county. The Milford Demagogue Again. The MUford Herald, of the 7th inst comes out in a long slutterbang article, in which, in the outset, he attempts to demolish us, but, in the end, discovering his failure, turns around . and most pitcously asks for quarter, which he shall have, when we shall have given him nurnninion of his last effusion. The Herald nets strangely ; it don't stick to its text; it bjaila to maintain its points, but attempts to distract attention by running from place to place, uttering st ranee noises, and wildly throwing stones but hilling- nobody. To have his logic analized makes him writhe like a live skinned eel. It almost ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 December 1861

f "Boys, I ask pardon of Almighty God and of all men for what 1 did. May A mighty God pardon me, and keep all joa from nil such sin." At a given signal by the Prorcst Marshal, the executioners, who bad been drawn up at a distance of sis paces from the condemued. rnado ready to Qre, and at a timiiar indication 8 of them dig charged their carbines. Jchufcn clasped his hands over his breast, and hurriedly exclaimed several words which were rcn dercd indistinct by his nroans. Some of the balls had taken effect, but none were likely to prove fatal, and after an exam ination of the prisoner the Provcst-Marsh al ordered a reserve of four men to fire The result was fatal, a ball literally tear ing one of Johnson's eyes from it socket and scattering bis brains, and another shattering his jaw in a frightful manner The dead body rolled from the coffin and fell heavily upon the t-od. The deserter had suffered the awfu penalty due to his terrible crime. 1 shudder ran through the vast array o wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 December 1861

1 CATHARTIC PILLS OPERATE bv their pnwcrfyl influence on tbo intermit viscera to purify the Mood and stimu late it into healthy action. They remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, and, by restoring their irregular action to health, correct, wherever they cx.st, such dcranjicments as arc the firt causes of disease. An extensive trial of their virtues, by Professors, Phvkicinns, and i'aticnts, has suown cures of dan crroux diseases almost bevond belief, were hey not substantiated bv persons of such exalted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Their certificates are published in my American Almansc, which the Agents below named are n1f.no.1 in furnish frpo to all inquirinff. Annexed we pve Directions for their use in the complaints which they have been found to cure. K.in Costivrskss. laKc one or two fills, or such quantity as to gently move the bowels. Cos rirrnoss is frcmtcntlv the aggravating cause of Piles, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 January 1862

If ctotci politics, literature, agriculture, Srinuc, ittoralitj), ana cncval ihitclligeucc. VOL 20. STROUDSBUEG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 2, 1S62. NO. 49. Vanished br Theodore Schoch TERMS. Two dollars per nnnumin advance Two tihllurs and a quarter, half yearly and if not ; paid uc- i tore the end of the vc.ir. Two dollars and a half. I i if. t t ouner"! Jisi'.ontjnucflSinlil all arrearages aiepaid, oxoept .it the option of the Editni. D V lvcitisements of one square (ten lines) orless, pne or three insertions ,$ I 00. Each additional inser on, 23 cents. Longer ones in proportion. son a'BiatfTffNG. Hiving a s;encral assortment of large, plain and or ja ncnlal Type, v e arc prepared to execute e very de Cards. Circulars. Kill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts, Justices, l.cqal and other IHanks, Pamphlets. Sec, pi In te I with iie.itncss and Jcsp.itch, on reason;! Kinictertns at this olhi:e. TO TALKERS. fcJivc us action speech no longer; Cheer no fellows to the fray; Words arc well, but ...

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