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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 June 1864

Ik Sl)e 2cffcrsonian, THUKSBAY, JUNE 16, 1864. Our Next President. Prom ;i perusal of the proceedings of the National Union Convention, in anoth cr portion of this week's paper, the read er will learn that tlic delegates, payin liecd to the unmistakable demands of the people, have rc-uominatcd Abraham Lin coln, for the Presidency. This is well. It was .1 well merited reward to a true aud tried public servant; and it is a glo rious answer to the libel, so basely insin uated by the enemies of the llcpublic North and South, and at home and a broad, that the war waged for the restora tion of the Union, was a war solely for the abolition of Slavery, and for the po litical agraudizement of a part'. Yes, - fellow-citizens, Abraham Lincoln has "been re-nominated and we congratulate you on it; for in that re-tiomiuatiou we have an assurance, that the people arc terribly in earnest for the suppression of rebellion and for the restoring of the Uu ion to that basis of freedom, ou which it was e...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 June 1864

07" The venerable Indian chief William Parker died recently on the T-onavanda Reservatioririn Genesee, county N. Y. He was the father of Captain Eli S. Parker, one bf General Grant's aids ; of Nicholson Parker, United States interpreter, and of Newton Parker. Caroline Parker, a graduate of the State Normal School, is his only daughter. Mr. Parker was on his war-path -as a scout in the war of 1812, and was disabled by a severe musket wound in the wrist at the sortie of Fort Erie. (rAt Washington lately, a soldier in at tempting to escape from a patrol, dodged in to a restaurant, and hid in a large box used tor steaming oysters. The lid closed with a eprihg lock, and soon steam was turned on, and Ihe would-be deserter beiran to wish he hadn't dodged the patrol, lie kicked and yelled until the colored cooks and attend ants concluded Satan had entered into the steamer, and when they, lifted up the lid, the fellow, thoroughly steamed, made a speedy escape. - The Postal- Order System. Tor...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 June 1864

w star's Balsam - OP WILT) CHERRY. Ui Of THE OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE REMEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR Coughs, Colds, Whooping Coagb, Bron emus, uimcuity ot Breathing, Astnma, Hoarseness, bore Throat, Uroup ana every affection of THE THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST, 11 1 ,u;l jiAr1 ' ' Put up 111 25c. 51 INCLUDING EVEN CONSUMPTION. ismaiMii'.uui m m a w- w m mm vr i i mi II miiiM w PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES, For K:.In, iTii:e, Honshu, A His Bed Dugs UIoIh in FHrs WoI !, lMCl Oil PfUHtSi FwJs?, OiayL Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. So general has the use of this remedy be come, nmi so popular is it everywhere, ibitt it is unnecessary to recount its virtues. Its works speak for it, ami fine utterance in the ibumLnl and voluntury testimony of the ma ny who From lonjr suffering and settled di p iii 20c. OUc. and vi.uu lioxes, uoi- tlcH, and Flasks. $3 and 5 sizes for Ho tels, Public Institutions, &c. "Only "ible remedies known." 'Free -om Poisons." Not dangerous to the Human Family." Rats cmne out ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 June 1864

. - ii i ii ii ii f i ii n inn fMrir ti 'i 1 1 1 m , nhinr.ir;i'ii.ufaanr nil m iIiiii liiiil i i nmn lijniii 'nn'n i m mn.iT, iiiWhiiimi , ,7i7n' ,7i .M, n , , ', -iff ""Y """ '"i " ' ... "jjl " - ' . (j ' ! IITT' B-t-'M.m.tmma.umumLAM.mU3rTM rmum ! mntcrw tT f " -5- 1 ' ' '- - - . 5 : : - " 1111 Jm ujjr 1 KO. is; PnMisbcU.bT Tlie.odorC ScIlOCll. TERNtSr-TwodoUarsnyearin udvance-andinnot 1 . 'r v '.1'- t ru- 1.. A .11.'..... ..... Pid bcfoic the Md of t he vcsu, u o d .liars and nvt vy lire els niu uc vnaijjvu. . -t ,e..i,'1;,.i r..---.- execnt at the option of. the Editor. . nAdtcrtisetncnts ofone snuare of ften lmesi or less, one orthrcc insertions. $1 inserfion'MVcntS. Longer ones in proportion uu. .u I-II UUUIUUimi portion.' JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS Kxecutcd in the igheMyieof tte ihe Thilflder.CririnEr Deafness. Wfllkm rV-incent, Esq., of Warterford, calle'd at our office this (Wednesday) morn. . - , , , msr to inform us of a most remarkable occur- rence"- on Thursday, the 25...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 June 1864

SS -w " VZ li- Sljc 2cfFcrsdnitt, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1864. ZSf Mr. John Palmer announces some thing important to Fanners and the pub lic generally, in our advertising columns to-day. Head it. The Public Debt. Socrctary Chase has telegraphed to the moneyed men of New York, that the present aggregate of the public debt, in cluding all legal-tender notes and unpaid requisitions, is 31,7W,395,1GS 88. The interest bearing legal-tender notes, which have been withdrawn amount to $38, 890,700. The ordinary legal-tender notes which have been withdrawn, and placed in reserve, amount to 817,258,822. Returned Home. The surviving members of Company P. 4th Keg. P. It. V. C, reached their homes in this borough and neighborhood, on Monday last. The casualities of war and re-enlistments have reduced their number to 1G men. A faithful service of three years, has secured for them a large place in tho hearts of their fellow citizens. Grand Juvenile Concert. We are pleased to learn that Professor "Willi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 June 1864

POETICAL. Ourownh, but dull, at the present; -:A11 thetworld's at tlie Great "Central Fair ' And we'eannot help wishing-, that we, Were with the mas3 of humanity, there, Old Keystone, on doubt's represented By. industrial specimens grand ; And in tasteful artistic display, In second, to no state in the land. Of live stock, there's no boast in asserting Nature ne'er produced better before, ..Of fruits, we believe none more luscious, Or finer, our trees ever bore. The choice-treasure of dairy and garden, Of workshop, farm, office, and store, As ofTrings on Union's altar, "' Our citizens cheerfully pour. Mid the various grandeur and beauty, Men approvingly gaze on, with a smile, Conspicuous, we doubt not, is sliming, . A suit, from the great Hall of Pyle. 07" Yes that is so every conspicuous in dividual on the Street you meet now a days, is sure to be dressed up in clothes obtained at Pyle's Easton Hall of Fashion. He has a plendid stock of goods on hand to select from go and see them....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 June 1864

Notice Braftctl 'Meii. Qflice Receiver of Commutation Money, ) $ fl ltlfDif tract $ Pennsylvania, V ' Bflliloftrm, Pa. Slay 31, J 601. The undersigned will receive Commuta tion iMqney ($300.) from persons in this dis trict, drafted into the service of the United 'States, under section 13 of the "Act for en rolling and calling out the National Forces, andor other purposes," approved March 3d, 1SG3, and section 5 of the amendments there to, approved February 24th, 18G4, at Easion, olnce ot JiENKY A. Sage, Eeq. IS. T. FOSTER, Receiver of Com. Money, 11th District, Peun'a .Tun.eii, 188-L ,- Bnslakili Woolen Factory Caraiturj Spinning, Weaving AND CLOTS2 EJtE3SSEHGf. The Mih&cribcr respectfully gives notice to tr.eaiiih:i miauls of Monroe and Pike Lounlie Pa. and the adjoining counties of New Jer sev, Unit lie has rebuilt and refitted the oh ostablised Woolen Factory at ButJikill, Pa . and is now prepared to .finish all work en trusted so him in a superior manner, lie prepared .with ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 June 1864

S( )MAX. A J3?VAtpi ta 'JJoIitk0, literature, Agriculture, Science, illoralitg, auJr eiteral Melligence. ' '.',,i,r.'T'HT .8Z,H t frt I:.' vol; 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 30, mk NO. tfr JEFFER I 1 11 IV -ft-, Published by Theodore Schoclu TERMS Two dollars.a -ear in advance and if not ftdi before the end of the yeai, two dollars and twen tyifire cts. will be charged. No pper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. ICTAdvertiscineuts of one square of (ten lines) or )ii,oneor three insertions, $1 00. Each additional Insertion, 55 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PR'fffTING, OF ALL KINDS, Kxecmtrd in the highest style of the Art, and on the j mo.n tcason-ibie terms. A KISS TJPOK THE SLY. , Let poets sing the Eastern climes, And golden sunset hours : Of shady nooks And bubbling brooks, Of moonlit orange lowers ; Vet still to mc : - - Ittorc sweet shall he') " ' A joy no wealth can buy,) A-pair or pouting cherry lips r - "To kiss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 June 1864

llri Si)c Scffcvsoniau, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1864. Glad to See Him. "Ye had the pleasure of taking by the hand a day or two since, our old friend lit. Charles Wykoff, who is now on a visit to his friends in this neighborhood. For nearly three years Charley has been serving his country in the South West,and lias participated in nearly all the battles of that hard fighting region. Wc are pleased to sec him looking so well. lie is at present, with a portion of his regi ment, the 15th Begular Infantry, doing post duty at Newport, llhodc Island. A Hard Job. The Squire, iu the last Monroe Demo crat, endeavored to make both himself aud his readers believe that Old Abe's re nomiuation is not popular with the peo ple. The article, however, bears the Im press of great labor, and gives evidence that its writer was engaged in an up hill business. The popular enthusiasm, which is already so apparent, as to call forth the tamest efforts of the Copperhead presses to suppress it, cannot be overlooked...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 June 1864

JohnMorgaumea Took at least Iwo thousand pairJboots?in Kentucky .-s-So, althoughinee'spedition ivas a 'bad military failure, it Wasn't bootless. Lou isville Journal. John M. Clay, living near Lexington, lost $25,000 worth of race horses by the Morgan raiders. Amoug them was the famous "Skcdadle," for which he was of fered recently, at St. Louis, $8000. THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF AN INVALID. Published for the benefit, and as a CAU TION TO YOUNG MEN and others, who suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay of Manhood, &c, supplying at the same time Tun Means of Self-Cure. By one who has cured himself after undergoing considerable quackery. By enclosing a post- Said addressed envelope single copies may e had of the author. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq., . Brooklyn, Kings Co., N. Y. June 2, 18G4.' ly. M ATSfcl IOI A .If you wish to n'.arry, address the, undersigned who will send you, "without money anil without V'ricc," valunblc information that will enable Vou to marry happy ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 June 1864

Notice to Brafted Men Otfice Receiver of Commutation Money, icy,) nia, I. ) 11th District of Pennsylvania Bethlehem, Pa. May 31, 1864 'Jlic undersigned will receive Commuta tion Money (SBOU.) from persons in this dis trict, drafted into the service of the United Buitos, under taction 13 of the "'Act for en rolling and calling out the National Forces, ml Tor other purpose?," approved March 3d, J 663, and section 5 of the amendments there to, approved February 24th, 1804, at Easton, office of Henry A. Sage, Ej. E. T. FOSTER, Receiver of Com. Money, 11th District, Penn'a. June 2, 1BG4. Biishkill Woolen Factory. Carding, Spinning, Wcavin AND CLOTH OKESSING. The fcubscriber respectfully gives notice to the inhabitant of Monroe and 1'iKc counties, Ph. and the adjoining counties of New Jer tev, that he has rebuilt nd refitted the old ceinblishcd Woolen Factory at Bushkill, Pa nud is now prcpnrcd to finish ulf work en , n,vf..,i in iiiin iii n Eiincnnr manner, lie is nrenared with proper ma...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 July 1864

SJcuoteir ta politics, Citeratnre, 2lgriatltnre, Stitntt, iiluraliii), tmfr nieml Intelligence. VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JULY 7, 1864; NO. 20 Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if not paid boftire the end of the ye;u, two dollars and twen ty fire cts. will be charged. . No p iper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. siccpiac ine option ui mu cuuor A Shade Worse than the Blue laws. From a Bridgeport, Connecticut, paper we learn that a Mr. Jcssup SJierwood, of Fair field, in that State, brought a suit against From Frank Leslies' Illustrated Newspaper, dor. The Museum is so favorably known BARNTJM AND HIS MTJSETH& throughout Europe that do foreigner of As a successful caterer for public respectability, coming to this Country, amusement and instruction Mr. P. T klls to v,slt lS- Indeed thls was fche 0Q- , icrAivcrtisctnents of one square of (ten lines) or his wife, fa second wife to P'et nossession of , Baruuni undnnhtailltr ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 July 1864

l)c Scffcvsonicut, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1864. NATIONAL UNION NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, OF TKXNKSSEE. Union Electoral Ticket. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. MORTON M'MiCHAEL, of Philadelphia THOMAS H. CUNNINGHAM, of Beaver. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. 1 RobcrtV. King, 13 Elias W. Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coates. 14 C. H. Shriner, 3 Henry Bumm, 4 William II. Kern, 5 Bar tin H. Jcnks, C Charles M. Runic, 7 Robert Parke, 8 Aaron Mull, 9 John A. Hiestand, 15 John Wister, 16 D. M'Conausrhy, 17 David W. Woods, IS Isaac Benson, 19 John Patton, ;20 Samuel B. Dick, 21 Everard Bierer, 10 Richard H. Coryell, 22 John P. Penney, 11 Edward Hollidav, 23EbenczerM'Junkin 12 Charles F. Reccf, 24 J. W. Blanchard, Resignation of Secretary Chase. Secretory Chase of the Treasury De partment has resigned, and Senator Fes scuden of Maine, has been appointed his successor. The Pirate Alabama Sunk. Latest foreign news brings us the cheering news that the Pirate Ship Ala bama, Ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 July 1864

TO NERVOUS SUFFERFES. OF BOTH SEXES. A Reverend Gentleman having been re stored to health in a few days; after under going all the usual routine and irregnlar expensive modes of treatment without success considers it his sacred duty to communicate to his afflicted fellow creatures the means of cure. Hence, on the receipt of an addressed envelope, he will send (free) a copy of the prescription used. Direct to Dr. John M. Dagnall, 386 Fulton Streei. Brookhn, Now York COBIIEOTION OF THE tilth llistrict Fcun'a. The attention of all persons interested is called to Circular No. 24, dated Pro vost Marshal General's Office, Washing ton, D. C, June 25, 1864, of which the following is an extract. gt.The "Hoard of Enrollment shall have copies of the enrollment lists open to the examination . of the public at all proper times, and shall give public notice that any person enrolled may appear before the Board and claim to have a name strickeu off the lists, if he can show to the satis faction of ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 July 1864

Notice to Drafted Men. Office Receiver of Commutation Money, "1 11th District of Pennsylvania, Bethlehem, Pa. May 31, 1864. ) The undersigned will receive Commuta tion Money ($300,) from persons in this dis tinct, drafted into the service of the United Slates, under section 13 of the "Act for en- rolling'and calling out the National Forces, anu ior ouiur uuruusus, uu nun-umwuiyu, i v -- n AIomIi 1A 1863, and section 5 of the amendments there to, approved February 24th, 1804, at Laston, office of Hexry A. Sage, bsq. E. T. FOSTER, Receiver of Com. Money, 11th District, Pcnn'a.j June 2, 1864. Bnslikill Woolen Factory. Carding, Spinning, Wearing AND The subscriber respectfully gives notice to ... 1 i r.i. r the inhabitants ol -Monroe ana i kc ouiiues, P. and the adjuininjr counties ol fScw Jer- ibun(Janrt and voiuntary testimony ofthema eey, that he has rebuilt nd refilled the old who fmm , suffering and settled dis established Woolen Factory at Bushkll , Pa. Jge mve b its uge cen rcgto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 July 1864

C V1 ' n HJct)Stci, to -ffeBtto, iterati, gnrujture, :'mM0oiW Mttxixdf frffiWtftdl " vql: ... STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JULY 14, ISUf iff -- i.i , .- nil i ii i 1111 in ii . .... ., ,l ,n , M m ,. jimniimiMi, "iVmi im urn mini ulj.i hi ii iimumJma i n n m i.n.uiumj iTm , , , r,T"f 11T11 nun ,'i , M ibmm iLLa ' Published l)V Theodore Schoch. ! Slavery in Virginia A Shocking Picture TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if. not paid before the end of the yeai, to dollars and twen a. Drawn from Life. Extract from a letter written by a sol- tr fire'ets. will be charged. ?eT'h" tllc UOlh Pennsylvania Volun- , ICAilvertlscmcnts of one square of (ten lines) or orrc 1 rt fh-jt. ; ..rnrl r- 6 I till T 1, - I : . ; i tVLlO. IVMf UUC Ul UilUb i II 01 iiujic, vi UU. lectin IUU lllU Jill I . Hsertin, 2j cents. Longer ones tn proportion. bF ALL KINDS, NezVr Richmond, Ya., ") Juuc 18, 1861. j JVhen I ; were ate until slavery, the essence of crime and "the sum of villainies7 is destroypd co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 July 1864

5Cl)c Jcffcrsonian, THTTESDAY, JULY 14, 1864. Jf ATIOHAL UNIOH NOMIKATIOHSr FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TKNW'ESSKE. Unitn Electoral Ticket. Senatorial electors. MORTON M'MICIIAEL, of Philadelphia, THOMAS H. CUNNINGHAM, of Beaver. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, 13 Elias W. Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coates, 14 C. H. Shrincr, 3 Henry Bumm, ;15John Wister, 4 William H. Kern, 16 D. M'Conaughy, 5 Bartin H. Jenk, 17 David V. Woods, 6 Charles M. Runk, '18 Isaac Benson, 7 Robert Parke, 19 John Patton, 8 Aaron Mull, ,20 Samuel B. Dick, 9 John A. Hiestand, 21 Evernrd Bierer, 10 Richard H. Coryell, 22 John P. Penney, 31 Edward Holliday, 23EbenczerM'Junkin 12 Charles F. Reed, .'24 J. W. Blanchard, THE RAID. Wc publish elsewhere an extended ac count of the rebel raid in Maryland. In addition to the news there given, wc have accounts of rebel progression, through Eastern Maryland, during which robbery and arson seemed to reign supreme. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 July 1864

IQT A Measure of iniquity A -quart bottle holding little more: than a pint. Election Notice. Notice is hereby given, that a meeting of the Stockholders of the Stroudsburg Cemetery Company, will be held at ,the Court House, is otrouasDurg, on Saturday July 30th, 1864. "at o'clock . m for the purpose of e Jecting a Board of Managers for said Com pany. The 13ooks for subscription to the Stock of the Company may be found at the office of S. S. Dreher, Esq., where- subscriptions may at any time be made. 11. S. STAPLES, ) c DAllIUS DREHER, J Kj0m' Stroudsburg, J uly 14, 1SG4, pluMtot's Notice. Estate ofADAMBRUTZMAN, dee'd. The undersigned Auditor appointed by the orphans' Court of Monroe County, to nuke distribution of the balance in the bauds of Joseph Brotstnau, Administra tor of the Estate of said Adam Rrotzman. dee'd, to among those entitled thereto, will attend to the duties of his appoint ment on Tuesday, the lGth day of August, A. D. 1SG4, at 10 o'clock, a. m , at the office of Sam...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 July 1864

Wfiftftln 'Watfpil' HIpii: " T ' f ! f i j i Ullicc lieccivcr oi ommumiioii i money, f Commutation Money,) k 11th Di - JBethleliem Th1?undersigned will receive Commuta ionsMqtIey.(i3Uli) ftomnerops in lhh$h's- J8G3..and section 5 of the amendments there to, approved February 21lh, 1 804, atEaston, office" ol Henry A. bAor, be-q. E. T. FOSTER, Receiver of Com. Money, 11th District, I'enna. 'June'2,' 1864. litfsbkiil woolen i acton. v - .mm T M TW i Carding, Spinning, wearing A ND CLOTBI DUESSIif l. Tho subscriber respectfully pives notice to thc inhabitants of Monroe and Pike Counties, Pa. and the adjoining counties of New Jer- I . I .1 .nftllnfl fltCk I .1 BeV. 1 llil L IIC Win rcuuill uuu luimuu iiu "u established Woolcu racmry ui jjushkhi, i-a. . . ... i r . . r.. .i.i.iii r find is now prepared to finish all work en- i-.irf.wi in iilin in n j-niscriur manner. He is nrcnarcd with proper machinery to manufac- ture nil kinds and colors of broad and narrow r.lnth. nromotlv and neatly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 July 1864

m jUgngJj . - . ' J .' .nArmmi.. ,., .,,...,. j,.,. "..V ir, .r.n,uMJiil. TT " 1 'J1 --Jl"-'"""" '"' ' ' " fflS.I'.hrf8. ,',. ,;,-; 1:3 4 TV- .... . : &twt&AQ.iMt Mtixatm-ti multure, 35 ti i u JHt 11 ariisf '-;9?cucrcrl Mtclligcnci ' ' ' - ' , , . i : u i I '. a ; - K- - t VOL. 23. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if not pid before the end of the ye;u, two dollars andtwen ty five cts. will be charged. , No paper discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option 01 me minor. I ID'.Vdvcrtiscincnts of one square of (ten linesl or less.-oneor three insertions. $1 00. Each additional Insertion, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, Biocutcd in the highest Flyle or the Art, and on the most icasoritble terms. . Drouth iu the Wesk In nearly all the chief gram-growing Stto3 nf iho Wpst flip whp.it cron has been states oi me vcbi, tne wneaicropuab oot.il seriously in.pairoi by drou,,, A latter from ' a sT,s...

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