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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1854

Sl)c 3fcffcvsonian. Ylmixluy, January 19, 1851. Wo tender the Hon. Richard Broad head, U. S. Senar, from this State, our thauks for several valuable public docu ments. jgy- We are requested to state that the 'Stroudsburg Dramatic Association" will give an entertainment at the Court House in this place, on Tuesday evening next. The pieces selected for the occasion arc, 44 The Hero, or General Howe and the -Quakers," a dramatic sketch never before performed. Also an excellent drama, in two act", entitled the "Golden Farmer, or Jemmy Twitcher in England." The whole to conclude with the Comedy ol "Faint heart never won fair Lady." The persons composing this Associa tion, arc citizens of this place, and have espcuded considerable time and money in qualifying themselves for this occasion, and respectfully ask the citizens of Stroudsburg and vicinity, to turn out on Tuesday evening uex and give them a jull house. Tickets : 12A cents, to bo had at Mcl ick's Jewelry Store. CJamcs Quinn, was ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1854

EXECUTORS SALE OF VAMJAM.E REAL ESTATE The subscribers, Executors of the last Will and Icbtament of William Fowler late of the lioroush of Stroudsburjr, in the County of Monroe, dee'd, will sell at puouc sale on Thursday, the lum ctay oj February next, at 10 o'clock p. m. on the premises, the following described proper ty, viz : all the Heal Etate of which the said deceased possesed. A Farm situated in Stroud tsp., Mon roe co. Pa., adjoining land of John Hans- bury, George Ilouclr, John Miller and .1 i i . oiuersj containing aDou& 1 10 ACRES, about 75 acres cleared, enclosed with a irood fence, and in a high state of cultiva tion, of which 20 acres aro Meadow, the baiancc is well timbered with Oak, Ghcsnut and llickory. There are about 20 acres of excellent meadow bottom yet to be cleared. The farm is well adapted to grazing. The improvements thereon consist of a two -story luos Slosise 20 by 28 feet, weather-boarded and plas tered, a Iramc Uarn 32 by 46 feet with cellar stablin...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1854

gruulixu'dl. Fioro Norton's Elements of Scientific-Farming. tfsnagfiment of Barnyard Ma 'r Buret BY PROF. P. NORTON. ' The . manure of various ddniestio ani mals is, in this country, most commonly employed as a fertilizer, all other ma nure being used in comparatively small quantities; and yet even these arc seldom preserved and " applied as carefully as l.hev iniirht. or ought to bs Tim nrincinal varieties are those of the ox. the cow, the hog, the horse, and the sheep. Of these, that of the horse U mot valuable in its fresh state; it con tains much nitrogen, but it U very liable to lose by fermentation. That of the l.n.r comes next. That of the cow is uliuHsd St, the bottom of the list. This i because the enriching substances of her food go principally to the formation of milk, the manure being thereby rendered poorer. The manure of nil these animals is far richer than the food given them, because it contains much more nitrogen. This is for (he reason that a large part .of the car...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1854

'SWW01 I II llllll II 1 ""IT'n " HIcuottb to Jpolitus, literature, Agriculture, Science, ittoralitij, anh eneral intelligence. VOL. 14. STROUDSBUEG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 28, 1854. NO. 12. JPttbliKtiucl by Theodore Sclioclr. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly .ind if not paid bc lore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. . No papers discontinued. until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. IO" Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten lines) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty-fire cents for every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and three insertions the same. A libcr ul discount made to ycarlv advertisers. ID" All letters addressed to the Editor must be postpaid. JOB PRIRTIKG. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared to cxccntcevcry description of Cards, Circulars, Dill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts Justices, Legal and other Il...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1854

Sl)c 3fcffcr0ouinn. 'S'liiu-hday, January 26 ,J..'- CS? We observe that Col. CiiARi. TON Burnett, of this place, has been ci.tnmtiwwl ns .1 iuror in the District Pn.irf nf the Uuitcd States, for the Ivahtcrn District of Pennsylvania, which convcues nt Philadelphia, on Monday the 20th of February nest. A Dark DayComixg. There will be an extraordinary eclipse of the sun on the 23th of May next, such a one as none but the oldest inhabitants have witnessed iu this vicinity. It will be similar to the great eclipse of 1S0S, since which there has been none resembling it nearer than that of 1S3J, when cloven-twelfths of the sun was obscured. Snow-balling ox a Large Scale.- A singular phenomenon occurred a Raj'- ah-towu, Vermont, during a recent snow storm. While it was snowing fast, and the wind high, a white appearance in the air but resembling a flock of wild gcesc ws observed, but it was soon ascertained to be balls of snow collected in the air by a thousand whirlwinds. They increased in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1854

Convicts sent to the United States Three Germans having been arrested at isew York, charged with having- com mitted aperies of Tjuarglaries, one of them f i .1 . t . coniessea mat, m tue year 18ul be was convicted ot burglary m the Citv o Brunswick, Germany, and sentenced to the State Prison for a term of years; that aiter remaining there until September, oi last year, he was pardoned by the Duke of Brunswick, on condition that ho should emigrate to the United States and never Teturn. jffb goes on in his affidavit to say : Accordingly wo were all taken from prison by the police and conveyed to Bremen, and there put oh board the brier Hiram, and kept under the surveilance of the police until the vessel sailed: our passage was paid by the 'Directors,' and we each received from them S5. We landed in Now York on the lit of De cember last.' EXECUTORS SALE OF VALUABLE , REAL ESTATE The subscribers, Executors of the last Will and Testament of William Fowler, late of the Barough of Stroudsb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1854

Btawts fev supplying Catilc with $ter Is, tkef r Jtods If water- c:tinot be obtained by cattle T.i:hot gq'ng?6iit oF the yard, they will jtiiiny .times suffer exceedingly for the .wut of it? raflher than go for it in ver (AWQfltInr. If nood; ftjjgt water can i e Usui bv ihnm without going oat of the van'Uwy will drink very much oftencr tlraiil'!ij tHe oflicr.cosej.ct'peciiilly in cold vealVrC The oldest and strongest cat tlui generally firt,to water; mud -hcii tii -y have drunk, ami are returning, Tbeyswll meett.lifi young cattle hi the i nrrovf noW path, and of course will ;riv Hin back ; 'in which case the congest '..and fotiblet of the herd will i.nve much trouble and vexation in ob f ihiinjj water at all. When cattle go to k spriti to drink, especially if the tnow deep . there will generally be great dif ficulty iu reaching the water on account of tho bank of snow.and ice, without step ping into it, which' cattle are loth to do if they can-help it; many watering placc are so ste...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1854

n, I, L.I..U . .mum,,, i,,.,,!,. u ...... Xi... , u ....n.njm,,.,... ,, .,, i, - T (I I " "J' J1HULM , ... : i" H IliM-JJ-J k-SJ kj H J'l. --l-fc'UXm. g.W 'J Wall li.tiXUB6JWLJJLJUIUt AM ' yAJlVHJHaA)KAWmmmVnt I I I M , , , , ,- . ,- -v!a La. i . .' j . Scuotcir to floliiics, literature, griralture, Science, itToraliro, nwi eneral Intelligence.. ( i , i Vol. i4. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY 2, 1354. NO. IS. 4 lnllislie0y Tkcodorq Schools. TERMS Two dollars per annum in ndvnncc Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be lorcthe end of the year, Two dollars andn half. jio papers discontinued until all arrearages are- paid, except at the option of the Editor. IE?5 Advertisements not exceeding one square ('en lines) will be inserted three weeks ler one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The 'charge for one and three insertions the sainc. A liber- :tl ilismnnt m:iilp tfwpnrlv ntlrprli.viirs. lu-Auicucrsauurescu w me liuiwr imisi oc ij...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1854

jiumCfflm -am inn i " I Si)c Scffcvsoiiintt. Thmxlay, February 2, 1854. The pupils of the Stroudsburg Academy intend holding au exhibition, Friday fvnin' February 10th, at the Court House. Exercises will consist of Dccla- uuitiou and siuging, admission 12 cents Tieketd can be obtaiued at Samuel Mel- lick's or of the pupils. All money received will be expended in purchasing books for their library. ZSrlt is expected . the cars will com mence runniu"ou the 13elvidcrc Delaware Railroad to Easton, about the3d'Of- Feb ruary. The people of Easton have made preparations for a grand jubilee on the occasion. His Excellency William Beg Jcr, Judges Black, "Woodward, Knox, Lewis- & Lowrie of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania; several members of the U nitcd States Senate, and House of Repre sentatives; members of the Pennsylvania Legislature; Representatives of the Press and the city and district authorities of Philadelphia, are expected to be present on the occasion. The cars will leave Ken...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1854

Of the Receipts aud Expenditures of Monroe Cpunty. JoIih Edinger, Esq. Treasurer, in ua- ui jsuuaij, xj. icaj, io me nun "JDRm To cash ree'd of Colleclors on ac't of Taxes jo do a do ; QO 00 -'Cash ree'd as Redemption money on the Coolbaugh township, John Hush, do ao Jacob Hendrich do Jane Rees do Daniel Rees do Sarah Rees do William Shannon do Robert Blackwell do do do do M. Smithficld I'olk do Ann Henrv fiiari! Received of J. do M II Walton, for culled boards, H. Dreher do do do John Edinger do do Balance on Road taxes assessed on Unseated do School do do do do John Edinger, Treasurer $6011 91 CR. Administration of Justice. Pay and mileage of Grand and Petit Jurors, for the year 1850 3 99 do do do do do 1851 17 78 do "do do do do 1853 1114 721130 19 Taxes Refunded. Paid Kunkel & Snyder, tax for 1849 1 64 do M. II. Dreher, on the following tracts, John Lee, Benj. Bunnell and Peter Lemager 30 22 do John Edinger, taxes on lands erroneously sold 28 26 do J. L. Wyckoff, exoneration...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1854

Muds Eabor on lUtic liaiicl. i he Farmers Companion, in an article cii-isiuall Farms." marks out the follow j ig course for the farmer of small capital t rirsue: You have one hundred acres clear, fifty f which you keen for pasture and for Kradow. Make up jour mind to work : twenty :fivc acres; tbc other twenty ii ' being put down to clover and timothy jis you best can. A ou liavc manure, c i uTh in and about your farm for six a cresT This year haul that on to your land, 10Un it, ana put iu turn, wui ui- . - . ? . -iii lie is iL's. anu ii you can act it, siaiiea Line or plaster to every hill. Plougl twite a deep aS usual, and drag twice as ng, with a long toothed drag, till the l.tii is iikc a garden. If vou have got 35 i i Li Is of com to the acre before, we can w riant you now, seventy or eighty; for v u cultivate and hoc the corn twice as l, dfh likewise. You double your crop at ii very little increased cost. Having no more manure, you must depend on deeper ploughing and better dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1854

- " Eicuotcu to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitij, crab eneral intelligence. VOL. 14. STROUDSBURG-, MONROE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY 0, 1854. NO. 11. ) 1 Published ly Theodore Schocli. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and u quarter, half yearly and if not paid be Jore the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except t tlitf option of the Editor. ID Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten linc) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. 1 lie eh irgs for one and three insertions the same. A libcr iil discouht made t vearlv advertisers. , ID- All letters addressed to the Editor must be postpaid. IOS PS&INT'fflYG. Ilavintra ;enernl assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we arc prepared to executeeverydescriptionof SPASMS? 3PIMjW5i??GsT&, .Cards, Circulars, 13x11 Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts JuVtir.es, Legal and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1854

Umj-I " IIJMk. ui'- 1C 3cffcrsonian. Tim rs. day, February O, 1 SSd. The pupils of the Stroudsburg Academy intend holding an exhibition, Friday c vening, February 10th, nt the Court Houe. Exercises will consist of Decla mation and singing, admission 12 cents. Tickets can be obtained at bamuel iuel lick's or of the pupils. All money re ciivcd trill be expended in purchasing books for their library. Worthy of Note. Capt. Wm. P. Hallock, of this place, left at our Office on TbursdayJastpin hen's caz which measrires'figbt and three quarter inches in circumference one way, aud six and a half the other. Opening of the Bclridere Dela ware Railroad. The celebration of the opening of tbi road to Easton, took place on Friday last, and is spoken of as having been a tplendid and happy affair. The excur sionists left Philadelphia at half-past ciiiht in the morning. There were about rijht hundred passengers, including the flavor of the City and a number of other city officers. A fine band of musi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1854

Of the Receipts and Expenditures of Monroe County. John Edliiger, Esq. Treasurer, in account with the county of Monroe, from the fifth day of January, A. D. 1853, to the fifth day of January, A. D. 1854, inclusivf. USX. To cash ree'd of Collectors on ac't of Taxes osses'd for the year 1S53 $2242 John Arnold, do Hiram Warner, do Frederick Siglin, do Pocono Coolbaugh Chesnuthill do do do . 20 00 10 00 .20 00 Sdwol Taxes. 150 00 do do do do do do do 1852 , 2 187 69 1851 801 fi5 1850 277 01 J 818 59 65 5S68 90 Cash rccd as Redemption money on the following Unsealed lands, sold for taxes, 1852. do do do do 30 John Butz, school treasurer, Focono township, Christian Decker, do Chesnulhill do Wm. Belles, do Simon Grubcr do Joseph Meyers, do Henry Jleisncr, . do Jackson Coolbaugh do Ross do do do do -' - 15 00 -' . - 20 00 - - - 10 00 . . . - - 100 00 - 40 00 - - 7 00 Coolbaugh township, John Bush, do do do do do M. Smithfield Polk No it ao Jacob Hendnch do Jane Rees do Daniel Rees do Sarah ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1854

THE VEGETABLE EXTRAGT EPILEPTIC PILLS, For the cure of Fils. Spasms, Cra7nps, and all JS'ervoiis and Constitutional Diseases. Persona who are laboring under this dis tressing malady will find the Vegetable Epi hptic Pills to be the only remedy ever dis covered tor curing Epilepsy, or Fulling" Fits. These Pills possess a specific action on the nervous system; and, although they are prepared especially for the purpose of curing Fits, thev will he found of especial benefit fur nil persons afflicted with weak nerves, or whose nervous system has been prostrated or shattered from any cause whatever. In chron ic complaints, or diseases of long standing, superinduced by nervousness, they arc cx-cec-lin.u'y beneficial. Price per box, or two boxes for $o. Persons out of the city, enclosing a remit tance, will have the Pills tent them through tV mail, free of postage. For sale by Seth S. IIa:;ce, No. 10S Baltimore street, Balti more, Md., to whom orders from all parts of the Union, must be add...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1854

Hfruotcu to Ipolitirs, itcvaturc, Agriculture, Science, iHoraliti), nub cucral intelligence. VOL. 14. STEOUDSBUEG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY 16, 1854. NO 15, Ptcblihlicd by Theodore Schocii. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid bc lote the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. Xy Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten lines) will be inserted three weeks tor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to yearlv adveitiscrs. .IE? All letters addrosscJ to the Editor must be postpaid. JOS PBISTOG. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, w e are prepared to executecvery descriptionof Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes. Dlank Receipts Justice:!, Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets, dc. printed with neatnes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1854

TOWUMWLUm" U1M Meow El)c .Jcffcrsoninn. Thursday, February 10, 1S51. Opening of the canals. "We learn that the Board of Canal Commissioners have given directions for the opening of the Canals on the first of March next, should the weather pcrmtt. llns is high ly important to the mercantile communi ty, and especially to all who arc engaged the grcss. A bingular petition is now before Con- In 1S47, Mrs. Elizabeth C. Smith nf Aliwnnr! under the assumed name 01 Ben Newman, enlisted as a soldier in the Mexican war. She discharged her duties faithfully as a soldier for .ten months, whom the subject had been' referred, re when her sex was discovered and she was ported a bill appropriating the sum of 83, flinch arrcd from service. She has since 000 in aid of the llosine Asssociation of married, and now applies for her pay and Philadelphia. bounty land, which she certainly ought to IVniicvlrnnfn rro-tslnf jita. at Erie. Ho says that the Franklin Ca- O I i n i i .1 I i. i 1. Haruisburo, Feb. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1854

Fits! Fits! Fits! THE VEGETABLE EXTRACT EPILEPTIC PILLS, or the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, and all Acrvous and Constitutional Ti HIGHLY IMPORTANT! LATEST NEWS. New Boot ami Shoe Establishment, The subscribers would solicit the attention nfflin nilllltp tn tltmr nnitr Hinf nrwl SJin Tils. 1 erSOnS Who arO laboring linrlnr fliia flic, tablishmnnf. iliQf nnnnml in Kfrntirlclmrrr firct '1 rnpni r v 1 1 r . - I -J -O I ..., iiKtiaay win una the Vegetable Epi- door below Harry's Hotel, where work of all tcpftc Ptlls to be the only remedy ever dis- kinds can be had either ready-made or made covered for curing Epilepsy, or Falling Fits, to order at the shortest notice and on the lhese Pills possess a specific action on most reasonable terms. Ladies' Shoes of the the nervous system: and. nlthnnrrh thnv neatest Rtvl PS rnnctn ntlir nn linrwl REMOVAL !J WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Boot awh 01) ac MANUFACTORY!! ft: The subscriber respertfulv informs his customers and friends tiiat ho has removed hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1854

Of the Receipts and fispendit'arcs of Most roe ; County. John CdEiicr, Esq. Tieasurcr, in account with the county of Monroe, from the fifth day of January, A) D. 1853', to the fifth day of January, A. D. 1854, inclusive. To cash rec'd of Collectors on ac't of Taxes asses'd for the year 1853 $3242 30 do do do 1833 2487 f'9 do d0 do lSfll SOI f5 i do rio 1650 277 61 do do do 59 05-r080S 90 Cash rec'd as Redemption money on thefollowing Unseated la:ids, sold for taxes, 1S52. . . - . i i XT., i fir c Coolbaugh township, John Hush, do Jacob Hendnch OO do do do do do do do do do do M. Smithficld Jane Rees Daniel Rees Sarah Reea William Shannon Robert Ulackucll Polk Keretvod of J. do M Ann Henry II Walton, for culled boards, &c. left at J ail -II. Dreher do do do John Edinger do do Balance on Road taxes assessed on Unseated lands at last settlement do do School do do John Edinger, Treasurer CR. Administration of Justice. Pay and mileage of Grand and Petit Jurors, for the year 1850 do d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 February 1854

r-u--:"jjl'''--;j--li 1 J-U-mi. l jm ,i i MwnHiMg.t i itjijuo., ,,,n. . ,jui-j.-.--iLiimu.ffi!i.iJjiit n i Bcuotcfc to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoratitn, anu curat! 3fntcIIigcuce. m t i I VOL. 14. STROUDSBUEG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY 23, 1854. NO 16. I r ",Ml" jtau yearly ;md if not paitLLc- I "v uuuua;i mun iiuiu&b ms uiu instance 01 v i I I I - w wt. kvv w I.H Ull" IL .1 Ui3J 11 Ull L II I' III 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I T' rV ! MTinrn Tl lf : T It II HI jrAK 4- 1 I r I , 1 ioreihccndofiheycar.Tttodo I,0 ,1MM,U u, l. --.'7. IT, . . .J , ' waiwe, ana as tlie iNo papers discontinued until all arrearages" re n-.i.l 1 . . 1 J " uaunuus hc icauiveu to riSJi ail, COOliy raised HIS renowned Spy of Captain Kenton's Mood V "MV re'iraSCSJrepa,,,'i route, to .the prairies, skirting the hill on rifle to his face, and shading the sight KcutuckiaiLf P i.- 'tr. ;.. . ' "h i seceding one sou-arc Hon t hr nnrfh 1 n fi n n A hi cm i in nc inserted tiirce weeks lor one dollar and ,....

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