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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 July 1864

Sl)c 2effcvsonicut, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1864. If ATIOff AL UNION DOMINATIONS. FOR president; ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union Electoral Ticket. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. MORTON M'MICHAEL, of Philadelphia, THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, of Beaver. REPRESENT ATI VE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, 13 EUas W. Hall, 2 d. Morrison Coates, 14 C. H. Shriner, 3 Henry Bumni, ,15 John Wister, & William H. Kern. 16 D. M'Conauchv. 5 Bartin H. Jenka, 17 David W. Woods, CCIiarlesM. Runk, 18 Isaac Benson, 7 Robert Parke, 19 John Patton, 8 Aaron Mull, .20 Samuel B. Dick, 0 John A. Hiestand, 21 Everard Bierer, 10 Richard H. Corvell, 22 John P. Penney, 11 Edward Holliday, 23EbenezerM'Junkm 12"CliarIcs F. Reed, 4 J. W. Blanchard, The Harvest The Harvest in this county is rapidly drawing to a close: The quantity of grain out was quite large, and we are glad tclcarn that the crop is a large one rather more than an average. In reply to frequent inquiries as to the crops ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 July 1864

Punished for Cheating Thos. W. Johnson, a Government a- gent, has been sentenced to imprison ment at hard labor in the Peuitcntiary at Albany, for tcu years, for defrauding the United States. haa been sentenced to J0 YOU WISH TO BE CURED l XJ DR. BUCHAN S English Specific Pills cure m less than tfU day matter from what cause produced. Price, One. Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by . mail, on receipt of an order. Address, JAMES S. BUTLER, Station D. Bible House, New York. March 17, 1864.- 3m. SHE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF AN INVALID. . Published for the benefit, and as a CAU- !. i . 5?l?.?' lTw', raiS 8tod as section four, as follows, regard to the adoption, tt.;' Sov,,l wn,ri aVA.-. ..J ls Jwiirimcn(. Section 4. . When- said amendments, or ei suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature to the Uth Article of the Constitution to each of the townships, boroughs, wards, Decay of Manhood, &.c., supplying at the De designated as sections eight and nine, precincts, and districts, there...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 July 1864

4 Notice to Drafted Men. Oflice Receiver of Commutation Money, lllh District of Pennsylvania, Bethlehem, Pa. May 31, 1S64. The undersigned will receive Com muta tion Monoy ($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 otft the National' Forces, and for other purposes," approved March 3d, 18G3, and section o of the amendments there to, approved February 2llh, 161, atEaston, office of Henry A. Saoe, Esq. E. T. FOSTER, Receiver of Com. Money-, 11th Distiict, Penn'a, June, 2,1SB4. Bdsiikiil 'Woolen Factory. Carding, Spinning, t earing AND cloth mtESSixe. The subscriber respectfully gives notice to the inhabitants of Monroe and Pike Counties, Pa. and the adjoining counties of New Jer neV, that ho has .rebuilt and refitted the old established Woolen Er.cttiry.at Bushkill, Pi and i now prepared to tiuitrt4) work en trnt..fl iim -hi a eunerior manner. lie is prepared with proper machinery to m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 July 1864

I: THM " JEFFERSONIAlf jjjjgjjJgiMj "...MIIM ., mM ----rTn MM1J1J-. , T . , , . - - -' " '. ( ffjTlr".tr f 1 ' 1 '' ' ' ' -1LLlHlliJI ' "' ' 1-- MMlJMlll MT IB I il III! II 1 1 I I 1 1 U II JKJ1M-L1U1 lilBBMJMLJ I M JJII IJ 1 ,1 llllLWMi llTtnll 11 . . ' 1 - v Scuotcir to Jpolitics, literature, Slgritnlture, Science, JBomlitij, citta Oenei'al Intelligence. VOL. 23. STROUDSBURGr, MONROE CQJJNTY, PA. JULY 28; 1864; All the Amendments. Several of our exchange havo argued ably and repeatedly in favor of voting "For the Amendment." They allude to Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars a yeaHn advance and If not paid before the end of the ytfai, two dollars and twen ty five cts. will Tic charged. No.paper discontinued untiuill arrearages. are paid, ,8 ?oV?n or (ten hnes) or ! Prosed amendment to our State Je$s, one or three insertions, si oo. Each additional! Constitution, coufirming the right of the h.ortion, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. o u l . t - .j - j 11 Soldiers to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 July 1864

Cpim.vu i....j..iii'.nii l,V'UCJfVrl.fr.Ml.li'ii.i ft flfi t ST S'-iiiitrust!' uTljc 3fclfcrsoniaxt, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1864. NATIONAL UNION NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, Abraham Lincoln, OF ILLINOIS. 1-OR VICE PRESIDEiNT, miM JOHNSON, " OF TENNESSEE. Union Electoral Ticket. SENATORIAL KLECTOIIS. MORTON M'iMICILAEL, of Philadelphia THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, ot I3eaver. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, 13 Elias W. Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coates, 1-1 C. H. Shriner, 3 Henry Bumnf, 15 John Wister, 4 William H. Kern. 16 D. M'Conaughy, 5Bartin H. Jenks, 17 David W. Woods, G Charles M. Runk, IS Isaac Benson, TRobcrt Parke, 19 John Pat tort, 8 Aaron Mull, ,20 Samuel B. Dick, 9 John A. Hiestand, 21 Evcrard Biercr, 10 Richard H. Coryell, 22 John P. Penney, 11 Edward Holliday, 23 Ebenezer M'Junkin 12Charles F. Rccd, - J. WT. Blanchard To our Patrons and the Public. The present enormously high prices of pa per, labor, printing materials, and every ar - , - - - iicic entering into our business, (ea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 July 1864

Ite&s Worth Committing to Memory A-bit of glue dissolved -in skim milkand water will restore old crape. Half a cranberry bound on a corn- will soon, kill it An ink stand was turned oyer a white ta ble cloth; a servant threw over it a mixture of gait and pepper plentifully ,and all traces of it disappeared Picture frames and glasses are preserved from flies by painting them with a brush dipped in a mixture made by boiling three or four onions in a pint of water. Bed bugs are kept away by washing the crevices with strong salt water, put on with a brush. Soft soap should be kept in a dry place in theellar. and not be UEed until three months bid.'' Stings and bites are often instantaneously Cured by washing them in hartshorn or tui . . To Sweeten Butter Firkins. Serore packing butter into new firkins p thehr out of doors in the vicinity of the well, fill litem with water and throw in a few handfuls of salt Let them stand three or four'dayfj and change the water once du-ring-that tim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 July 1864

loiiee f o Drafted -Men. Ofiicc Receiver of Commutation Money, 11th District of Pennsylvania, Bethlehem, Pa. May 31, 1864. ) The undersigned will receive Commuta- tioriMoncy Q3lrtJ,; irom persons in mis ait trict, drafted into the service of the United State., under section 13 of the "Act for en rolling and calling out the National Forces, nndor other purposes," approved March 3d, 1863, and section 5 of tho amendments there to, approved February 24th, 18G4, atEaslon, office of Henry A. Sage, Esq. E. T. FOSTER, Receiver of Com. Money, 11th District, Pcnn'a. JuneA 1SG4. Bnslikili Woolen Factory. Carding, Spinning, Wearing AND CLOTH DKBSSIN G. The subscriber respectfully jives notice to the inhabitants of Monroe and Pike Counties, Pa. and the adjoining counties of New Jer sey, that lie has rebuilt and refilled the old established Woolen Factory at Bushkili, Pa. and is now prcpnred to fitiich all work en trusted lo him in a superior manner. He is prepared with proper machinery to manufa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 August 1864

AilJUi ill.! - :' , :- -? ;i Tm . ' g a; sving """" ' res-' 1 - V !' " : ' S THE - JEFFEESONI AN. , . 1,mi.i , , , ,L t ,;,,,-, Mlllll- , , j lliL- . : !!rrL -ijiiif T " ... . - " ' . ..V . , Scuotcfc to politics, Ucrntnrc, Agriculture, Science, JHoralitn,- nui crfcral jhttelligcnce; VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 4, 1864, N0 Hi Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars a ycur in advance and if not piid before the end of the yeaj, two dollars and fifty cts. will be charged. No paper discontinued until all arrcaiagcsTire paid, except at the option of the Editor. IO Advertisements ofone square of (eight lines) or Jess, one or three insertions $1 00. Each additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PaiNXSKG, OF ALL KINDS, Executed ill the highest style of the Art, and on the most rcason-tble terms. True Democracy. The recent eloquent and patriotic Words of Mr. John Cessna will, we fear, strike unfavorably upon the ears of those false .Democrats...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 August 1864

I 1 4! ..... ... ... ! i'"""-.'.-' r i)e Jcffcrsonian, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1864. IffATIOKAL UNI05" HOHIHATIOKS7 FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM mTOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOIBSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union Electoral Ticket. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. MORTON 31'MICHAEL, of Philadelphia, THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, of Beaver. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, 13 Elias W. Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coates, 14 C. H. Shriner, 3 Henry Bumm, 15 John Wister, 4 William H. Kern. 16 D. M'Conaughy, 5 Bartin H. Jenks, 6Char!e6M. Run!;, 71tobert Parke, 8 Aaron MulJ, 9 John A. Hiestand, 17 David W. Woods, 18 Isaac Benson, 19 John Patton, 20 Samuel B. Dick, 21 Everard Bierer, 10 Richard H. Correll,22 John P. Penney, 11 Edward Hoihoav, 23 EbenezerM'Junkin 12 Charles F. Reed, 24 J. Yf. Blanclnrd, To our Patrons and the Public. The present enormously high prices of pa per, labor, printing materials, and every ar ticle entering into our business, (each run ning far bevond one hundred per cent ad vance,) has co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 August 1864

MILITARY POWERS OF THE STATE IU .BE TJttUftOUBHL ORGANIZED. Harristmrcrt Asusfcl.lMicfoilWn ..iM,: :7. i : ji , o puiu uw JUW .uu ,,upa dj tuft OQVernot:. :.. ' r . . cnnsyivama,ss. r In 'the name and by 'the authoritv of the Comlnonxvealthof ?ensvlf.inWAn. .1 n rw:., n -- " - v viuiwuvi Ul SU1U VjUUJ- . iii.. 11 I I' V 1 I 1 till 1 I I . T I IV'III-rilT a.. . . J 1 1 monweaitu : - . A PRO CL AVIATION. M wurM(. . j. hns: U..... i. -i j A- , . j "Tail . nil 11 Uldill Y uuvuuiuil li- uw uiumps lejrisiauvc acuon oe liVil .i 1 -r3! ; b Hall LO III 51 k n Hn mi itni'ir nnwni'O nf f li Ktnmnm,nni. t ... ... a r - -. mi j luiijtmjf .viiw.u vil tnu III 1111' State and National defence . Therefore, I, Andrew (jr. Curtin,; Gov- eraOr pt the.Lommonwealth of Pennsylva nia, by virtue of the powers vested in me by tlie Constitution, do hereby convene Ififc .General Assembly of this Qomm.ou wcalth, nnd rctquirc th.e members of the Senate, and House of Representatives to meet iti theit respective H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 August 1864

4 1 i 5 Delaware. Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. . . Running Time of Passenger Trains, June 2d, ,1864. LEAVE NORTIIWABD. LEAVE SOUTHWARD. vPajsen- Accom- STATIONS. ger. moda- lion. A. M. j I'. M. Great Bend, Montrose. Factorvvillc. Abinglon. 5 Scnuiton.' Moscow . i Coukteboro' s Tobyhunnu. j Fork. ? Oakland. 1 Henryville. ) Stromlf-btug. i Water Gup. I Moun: Hclhcl. I Maitunku Chunk Washington. New Hampton. 5 'Change for Pliil. The Passcii ger Train Northward I?eaves New Hampton on the arrival of the Moil Train which leaves New York at a.w A M.. and Mananka Chunk on the arrival of the Tram which leaves Philadelphia, (Kensington Depot) at 7.15 A. M. At Scranion this Train makes close connections with Trains on the Lackawanna & Blooms burp and Delaware & Hudson Railroads, and at Great Bend with the Mail Train on the Erie Railway going West The Passenger Train Sonthward Leaves Great Bend after the arrival of the Cincinnati Express from the West, connec ting at Scranton wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 August 1864

m W .T. , 1 i-.vh .-a " i ... - - -j-y VL" ' '-t- j r i i h di v i m t m b j i f 4 k:sa I III . ' A ...... . . - - . . .. .ly-'fflt fjj ' EJcuotcii to folHic5itcrotm-c,: aflvicitlturc, Sdthic, Mtotdhu, au'tf ncmi;Mcl'igcn'; "SSI kxmm tax VOL. 23. STEOUDSBTJRG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 11, 1864. , . ... v t - A J: 4! Published by Thcodorc;Sfchoch. TERMo-Two dollnfs a year la advance andif no piidbnfbrc the end of the yc&i, two dollars and fiTtv tls. will be rhtirged. No paper discontinued until all arrcatages are paid, sxcept at the option of the Editor IO Advertisements of one souare of (eigl.t lines) or Jen, one or three insertions $1 50. Each additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoiticn. JOB PRIKTIIVG, bF ALL KINDS, Executed in the highest style of the Art.and on the ! 25th inst.. of some S00 of our men who 'i cctly, and which they would not know most rcasorrtblc-tenns. , 1 , , , . . . i.: i j- , ii T .-. , -xT n i . . have beeu exchanged and just come m mgly nav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 August 1864

iimmtir " " Stye ffeffcrsonian, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1864. yATIONAl,:UNIOff ffOlfiff ATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF, ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. ft v Union Electoral Ticket. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. MORTON M'MICHAEL, of Philadelphia, THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, ot Be&ver. RErnESEXTATIVE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, .13 EHas W. Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coates, 14 C. H. Shriner, 3 Henry Bumm, ;15Jolm Wister, iwiilinm TT. Tvorn. lfiD. M'ConaurIiy, n Rirtin H. Jenks. 17 David W. Woods, 6 Charles M. Runk, 18 Isaac Benson, 7 Robert Parke, 19 John Patton, 8 Aaron Mull, 20 Samuel B. Dick, 9 Johu A. Hiestand, 521 Evcrard Bierer, in TWr.hard H. Corvell.S'2 John P. Penney, 11 Eil ward Ho liday, 523benezerM JunKin n. maT f 10 Phirlnc P R.RPrl. h4 J. W. Blanchard. M WUUIIVU... 1 fr P,,nnc ail hn Piililir. JIU VIII viic I ro ncr. labor, printinff materials, and every ar- tide entering into our business, (each run- ninff tar beyond one nunarca pur . -u- vnnnoA hns rnmn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 August 1864

A Snake Story. ; A tew weeks aco, as a boy by tuc:n,ame bf Hughes, about 12 ycors old, was re turiu'ujr home from Dudley, in Carbon t t t II 1. I Ml fiMhm. raw a Inrfro black snake cnilnd : f.tnFi,;m a - , w - - - it. Snnn? at him. rassW nrJr f. . . - r i .... uie Horse's bacic, out missing the boy. xnc norsc was Puu tu uiu ganop, out uie racer pursuuu, uuu again aartea at tne I j l . i . it boy, aud agaiu missed him, and fell on thc opposite side of Hie horse. Thc snaKC tuen coiled around one or tne front less of the horse and remained there some lflinutes, the beast all the while run- tring as fast as possible. For several days the' horse's le was much swollen. This story is; froni the best authority. Hun- tingdon Monitor. e. A Bare JbisU. A,frend has presented us a rafe fish, causbt, we believe, in the waters near Danversport, Mass. It is about a foot.in length, with a hard liattcned head, and a rountI,'sni65tU bbdy, beautifully tapering to the taii-wiuiout ridge or anon tno back...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 August 1864

- , J hp i r Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Running Time of .Passenger June -2d, 1864. Trains, LEAVE NOUTIlWABO. J LEAVE SOUTHWARD. At'fliim- PaPton ninda ger. tionr prM ..P. M. (Passcn-Accom- rer. inoda- STATIONS. tion. J P. M. t Great Dend, I Montrose. . P.-trtoryvillc. Abingtbn. 1.05 11.20' .10.55 ts iu.10 S'a. m. Coo 4.56 4.40 -1.10 Sr-ranton. 3.1 2.51 2.-J0 2 20 I Coulds-bpio' Tobyhanria. s roi KS. f 1.46 nicmyvillc J 1 24 J Stroudf-burg. ! 1 03 ; Waicr Gap. ' 19 17 Mniint nnlhcl 12.10 'MaimnVa Chunk. 11.33 Waslnngion. i 1 1 .20 , New Hampton. A.M. 'Change for PIul.'P The Passenger Train Worth ward Leaves New Hampton on the arrival of the Mail Train which leaves New York at 8.10 A. MM and Manunka Chunk on the arrival of the Tram which leaves Philadelphia, (Kensington Depot) at 7.15 A. M., Al Scranton this Train makes close connections with Trains on the Lackawanna & Blooms burg and Delaware & Hudson Railroads, and at Great Bend with the Mail Train on the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 August 1864

JEFFERS v. SlciJotctr fa Jpolitifjs, literature, Agriculture, Science, Jtlorality, aui eueral Intelligence. Vol. 23. STROUDSBURG MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 18, 186. NO. 2e; THE ON TAW Published by Theodore Schoch. isiH hofnrn lhr onrl nf Ufr VCQ. tttO (lolIftrS ami flftV will DC i'.nniBtu ' Pfo jttrlbr discontinued until all arreamges are paid, Sxccpj at thb option of the Editor. iCAdvcrtiscmciilS bTone stjli(m?of (eight lines) or 'ess, one or three insertions $ I DO. Each additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, Executed in the highest style of tlie Art, and on the most rcason-ible terms. fexrta Session of the Legislature V ..-it i. i . t THE MSSSAGE C$ GOV. CURTlff. . Ilarrisburg, August 9. The following is Governor Curtin 's message, delivered to-day : I have called you together in advance of your adjourned session, for the purpose of taking some action for the defense of the State. From the commencement of the pres ent Rebellion, Penn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 August 1864

44 1 is i , ii ir in i i in iffi nli uimhi iiiiiirinM Sl)c 3cffctsonian, speculations, of which he laid the founda tion while sojourning in Kansas. Claim for the nomination is out ; of the question. Northampton Politicians have uo idea that auy claim is superior to their desires," and, acting upon this, Huttcr THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1864. PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE- ' . SPECIAL SESSION Harrisburg, Aug- 0.2,1864. " Senate The Senate met at 10-V A.M. Njimprous petitions were presented fromriutcripr, townships and boroughs,.in reference to bounties. One Hundred, and Mighty-seventh lie HV TnTci nnnu TifAon p I nlnncd in (lamo and smoke. The rebel GKKAT flKWB uiwiu iuuui.. -r- - ram made several attempts to run our passing Vessels down, but failed to do so, . OTi-nmvnxr nasi- DETAILS rARRAGUX o vimwx. fed midat of- aU a b(?afc was , lowered from the Metacomet to pick up Capture of Rcliel feliips ana sarvivors of our infated monitor.- Forts, it A SEVERE BLOW TO THE ENEMY. would be surprized t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 August 1864

Fishing' Extraordinary. , A Providence paper describes a sinW !ar spectacle which was presented near that city, in Little river a few mornings a co A most singular spectacle was present ed aV'Little river, just above Daniels dam,-this morning. Ihe river was fu of suckers, slowly swimming, just on the surface of the water, pokiugtheir noses out, and (apparently) panting as thou they 'were troubled for breath. Many o thenf were' flbatiriir. dead. On the shore on the Park side, were crowds of men women, and children especially children catching them in scoop-nets, m coai sieves, in. baskets tied to the end of poles iri wash-basins, and, occasionally, in the hinds of some active youngster. In some place's, a" rod from shore, just out of the reach of the nets and baskets, the water was fairly black with the iish. They were discovered at daylight, and bushels of them were cayght. Old gray-headed women were' dipping for them with clothes baskets; fathers of families were with their coal or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 August 1864

Dclairarej Lncfcairanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Running, Time of Passenger Trains, - - June 2d, 1864. LEAVE NORTIlWADD, iSEAVE SOUTUWARD. Accoin- Ii-cn-mila g?r lion. r. m : p. M. Fassen- Ac.com -) inoda ) tion. i V. M. STATIONS. Ber. A. M. 2.01) 1.00 ll.20 10.55 10.10 Great Bend, J .Monlni. Facturyville. J Abingtnn. Scrnnton. Moscuv . 2.20 3.15 6.302 M.c c o J.K. M. Coulilfboto' J 11.26 Tobyhanna. ) 11.40 Forks. 11,59 Oakland. 12.17 Hcnryvillc. 12.33 Stromlsburg. 12.51 Water Gap. 1.08 Mmin Upthrl. J 1.24 Manunka Chunky 1.55 ; New Ilumptun. l 2.45 Ch.uigc for riiil.;P. M. The PassciigcrTraiii Northward Leaves New Hampton on the arrival of the Mail Train which leaves New York at 8.10 A. M and Manunka Chunk on the arrival - - j of the Train which leaves Philadelphia, (Kensington Depot) at V.lo A. Al. At Scranton this Train makes close connections with Trains on the Lackawanna & Blooms burg and Delaware & Hudson Railroads, and nt Great iiend with the Mail Train on the Erie Rai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 August 1864

JEFFERSONIAKf UDcuotcir to plttics, Citcrature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitu, aui ntcral ritelnec. VOL.23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 25, 1864. NO, Published by Theodore ScIlOClh TBRM3T-o dollar a year in advance-and if no iid before tim end of the ycaj,io dollars and fifty mid No n i per discontinued until all arrcamges are paid, bxcent at the option of the Edilor. ir7.l ortiscmcnts of one square of (eight lmcsl or los one or three iiiFcrtions $.1 50. Each additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF Ahh KINDS, Kxocuted in the highest style of the Art, and oti the inostucasoii-iblc terms. The Hardback Line. A Western correspondent with Sherman's army writes: An old lady of the Partington school was found. the other day. m a rcrriuie siaie oi consternation on the approach of our forces lo this point. Johnston's racers had passed through the neighborhood, and evcrythiug, even the poultry, pbrk, and cattle, had been taken with the malaria ...

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