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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 August 1864

r- -d3 Sljc cffcvsonian, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1864. NATIONAL tJNIOlf NOMINATIONS, FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW "JOHNSON, OV TKKNKRSBK. amxkmtcai Union Electoral Ticket. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. MORTON" M'MiCIIAEI., of Philadelphia, THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, of Beaver. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, ;13 Elias W. Hall, 12 G. Morrison Coates, 14 C. II. Shriner, 3 Henry Cumin, ;15John Wistcr, 4 William II. Kern, 10 D. M'Conaiighv, 5 Bartin If. Jenke, 1? David W. Woods, G Charles M. Runk, ;18 Isaac Benson, 7 Robert Parke, 19 John PaUon, S Aaron Mull, 20 Samuel B. Dick, 9 John A. Hiestand, 21 Evcrard Bicrer, 10 Richard H. Coryell, 22 John P. Penney, 1 1 Edward Holliday, 23 Ebenezer M'Junkin 12 Charles F. Reed. 24 J. W. Blancha rd, The Enlistment. The enlistment of volunteers to fill the quotas of Stroudsburg, aud of Stroud and Hamilton townships, is going on steadily, but -wc think not quite so rapidly as it should. The 5th of September is draw ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 August 1864

ft TT k WV TiituBxieBacainAmencci mo YOU wrsn m tip. pnpp.ni c Americans arc the most wasteful anil XJ DR. TUTSA N'S kw;;. TO NERVOUS SUFFERFT R 0T? -ROTTT avagan .people intue world.-,. We .waste UWcurc hi less" than 80 days, the worst SEXES. UllV 111 Innfl '-111 Mnflitnrr nnH ui -..f- I nr. -.-.. ;T ! T - I . T t'n-..A.i . v , ... uu m BAUiuj, uc-ca vi lyervousness, uupoicncy, Jrremature iV -ivovureiiu uenueman Having been re- waste on every secular day of the week, Decay, Setriiunl Weakness, Insanity and all storcd to I,calth in a few days, after under waste a double amount on Sundays. Urinary, Sexual, Nervous "Affection? no S'mS a11 the usual routine and irreffiilar a&u. siiamcimi, women shockingly; matter from what cause produced.- Price, R-Penslve modes of treatment without success and girls, too, arc permitted to waste One Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid by consi(,ers "t his sacred duty to communicate illy, u astcrulncss is one of our wnrti mail, on receint'of an rmW a,i,i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 August 1864

Delaware.) Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Sunning Time of Passenger Trains, June 2d, 1864. . LKATBsNOIlTHWABD. HKUAVn SOUTHWARD. Aoconi l'asson- Piisscn i gor. Aneom- moda ' lion. V. M. ni"ila ; cr. STATIONS. v ion. ; V. M V M. A M. 7.40 b.10 0.24 9.40 10.20 Great Ucml, 2.20 3.15 5 153 5.401 G.30 i.uut, h.uji aiLaaf i4.se .MtuilruM!. F.ifJoiyvillc. Aliiugl.on. ' Scniutiin. $ Mosrnv . Coultlsbnjro' 'Tobvliaimsi. Folks. Oiikisuitl. tluniyvillc. iSlroutlsburg. 1 Wsilor Can. 10.55? 4.40 t in. nil 4.10 3.1T 11.02 ir. 2.5 J 2.4 0 "20 2.02 1.40 1 21 12.47 12.1(1 11.33 11.20 A. M. J 1 1 .sr. ;r. M.c o 12.17 12.33 is.n: 12J5 S 1 fl! 1 p i .os Mounlicilicl. .Vatiunkn rimnk.; 1 V4 1.55 2.38 2.45 Washing' on , New Hampton Ch.uigc lor riiil.'l'. M. i T la c ' I iissc 5T r TT rn i : IV o r 6 h w ;i v Leaves New Hampton on the arrival of the Wail Train which leaves New York at 8.10 A. M., and Manunka Chunk on the arrival of the Tram which leaves Philadelphia, (Kensington Depot) at 7.1o A. M. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 September 1864

, "T " ' ...... -"r - rn Mil tin JDcootcJr to politics, literature, Slgvkulturc, Science, itlortiiitj) , nuD cueral Intelligence. VOL. 23. STROUD SBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER 1, I8G4. NO. 281 HE 'V " Js1 Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS-Two dollars a year in advance-and if no paid before the end of the yeai, two dollars and fifty cts. will be charged. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. IO" Advertisements of one square of (eight lines) or Joss, one or three insertions I 50. Eaoh additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in propottion. JOB PRISTISG, OF ALIi KINDS, Executed in the highest style of the Art, and on the most rcuson-tblc terms. " - - - BROWSLOW'S DAUGHTER. A Michigan soldier furnishes the Cincin nati Times the following remarkable stanzas, lately found among the literary effect of a deceased Confederate at .Blue bpnngs Last Tennessee : A lady on the portal stood. The "Stars and Stripes" about her ; A pistol ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 September 1864

l)c Jcffcvsoman, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1864. NATIONAL UNION NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, !M Lincoln, or ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union Electoral Tickcti SENATORIAL ELECTORS. MORTON M'MICHAEL, of Philadelphia, THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, of Beaver. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, '13 Elias W. Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coates,514 C. H. Shrincr, 3 Henry Bumm, US John Wister, 4 William H. Kern. 1GD. M'Conaughy, SBartin H. Jenks, 17 David W. Woods, G Charles M. Runk, 18 Isaac Benson, 7 Robert Parke, ,19 John Patton, 8 Aaron Mull, ;'20 Samuel B. Dick, 9 John A. Hiestand, 21 Everord BjCrer, ID Richard II. Coryell, 22 John P. Penney. 11 Edward Holliday, 23EbenczerM'Junkin 12 Charles F. Reed, ,24 J. W. Blanchard, The Chicago Nominee, &c. The Telegraph announces the nomina tion of Gen. McClcllan, by the Chicago Convention, on first ballot, on Tuesday. As an aid to reflection over this nomina tion, we would advise the reader to peruse the developments of the ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 September 1864

The Secretary of tlie Treasury gives notice-that .subscriptions will be received for Coupon Treasury Notes, payable three years ' " --.t i nr. a i t from Aug. low, i.001, wun semi-annual in tercst at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent per annum, principal and inter- esfboth to be paid in'lawful money. These notes will bo convertible at the op tion .of the holder at maturity, into six per cent, gold bearing bonds, payable not less tTinn twentv years from Ih'eir date, as the Govcrument may elect Theyvill be issued in denominations of $50, S100. 8500, $1,000, and fco.uuu, and al feifliscriptions must be for fifty dollars or some multiple of fifty dollars. The notes will be transmitted to the own ers free of transportation charges as soon af ier the receipt of the original Certificates o Deposit, as they can be prepared. As the notes draw interest from Augus 15, persoYis making deposits subsequent to that date must pay the interest accrued from date of deposit Parties depositin...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 September 1864

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. i UvU &.L JSLr--.'- Hunmng Time of Patsengtr Trains, June 2d, 1864. I FA E SOUTIIWAUD. J LEAVE SOUTHWARD. crn. ; Q. A Passen ger. Passen-Acroro-i gcr. ; moda ! tion. A M; ) p. M. STATIONS. P. M P. M. 0 -to COO 1.50 4.40 1.10 3 17 2.51 ii HI 2 -ti 2.ii i.iG 1 24 1 OS 12.47 12.10 1I.3S 11.20 A. M. Groat Uoiid, 7.40 j ! Monliosi!. fc.20 i FaotoryvIUc. ' g.24 Abinglon. 9.40 J Setnitttui. 10.20 2.20 3.15 ,) 11 : - :j i i ; i 189 ; 0.30 s P. M.c iMMov . 11.02 . Coulatboro I n.CG Tabvliannn. ? II..M Frtrky. j 11.59 i Onktontl. 12.17 ? J Hcnryvllle. t 12.33 J tSlroou&burg. 12.51 i Water Gap. 5 I.OS Moun: ftoihcl. 1.21 MHimnkn chunk.; 1.55 5 Valunginn. 2.38 New Hampton. 2.45 Cliange for Ntil.-P. M. o The Pa!ciier Train IVorJhxvard Leaves New Hampton on the arrival of the Mail Train which leaves New York at 8.10 A. M., and Manunka Chank on thti arrival of the Tram which leaves Philadelphia, (Kensington Depot) at 7.15 A. M. At Scnwiton this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 September 1864

2r mJSt . I I I I 'J - mW a ' i 1' ' 1 I' 1 J 1, ,k I 1 , iScuotci tu foiitics, itetgtitre, Sl-griculturc, itckuce, iWoraliti), aub cncraj Intelligence. 0 Vol. 2s. Published by Theodore Schoeb. TERMS-Two dollars .1 year in atlvHtirpnni! if rn nMd tKfofclhe end of mo ycaa, iu uuuuismiuim) , OOU.IIS-1 ) ;,..u , cf,..'M.n. . ... X T :.!!. ! n cts.will be charged. , . kTi.t'at the ontion of the Editor. lO'A.ilVcrliscmentJs of one square of (eight lines) or ess onoor three insertions 1 50. Each additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoition. jKsB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, ExccHtcd in the highest style of the Arl.andonthe most tca&orrtblc terms. AVOMAN'S RESOLUTION.' I'll tell you of a fellow, Of a fellow I have seen, t Who is neither white nor yellow, But is altogether green ; And his name it is not charming, " It is only common Bill, r And he wishes me to wed him, I But I hardly think I will. 1 Oh, he whispered of devotion, . 1 Of devotion pure and deep, And it seemed so ve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 September 1864

STIjc Icffcrsonicm, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1864. NATIONAL UNION KOlimATIOHS. TOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VldE PRESIDENT, ANJmm JOHNSON, ar teKxessee. Union Electoral Tic&ctt SENATORIAL ELECT.OttS. MORTON M'MICHAEL, of Philadelphia, THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, dfVBeavcr. ItEPRESBXTATlYE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, ;13 EliaaV. Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coates,14 C. H. Shriner, 3 Henry Bumm," 15 John VVister, 4 William II. Kern, jlGD. jTConaughy, 5 Bartin H. Jenks, 17 David W. Woods, 6 Charles M. Runk, ;L8 Isaac Benson, 7 Robert Parke, ? -19 John Patton, 8 Aaron Mull, 20 StfmuekB. Dick, 9 John A. Jliesiand, 21Everard Bierer, 10 Richard H. Cornell, 22 John P. Pennev. 1 1 Edward Holliday, 23 Ebenczer M'Junkin 12 Charles F. Reed, ;24 J. W. Blanchard Wayne County Agricultural Society. We acknowledge the receipt of a Com plimentary card of admission to the Wayne Co. Agricultural Fair, at Houesdale, Pa The Fair commences on the 27th and ends on the 29th of September, and among the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 September 1864

$0 -NERVOUS SUFFERERS OF BOTH SEXES. A lteverenci Uentlcman naving been re stored to health m a lew days, alter under- going all the usual routine and irregular expensive moacs oi iruiiunuut wmiouc success ' i . 4....:.i t considers it his sacred duty to communicate . ,. .if . . to his afflicted fellow creatures the means of "uu'u onvelone, lie will send (free') a copy of the Dagnall, 186 Fulton Streei. Brooklyn, Now iiwhiuhu" uw-u. jwiitti iu JU11W an. Vb U n v rowerrai i'oiiioiiki THAYER & MOVES' UNITED STATES CIRCUS, VAN AM BURGH & CO'S kAMMOTH MENAGERIE JlSD Egyptian Caravan, Combined for the Season of 1W, with One Price of Ad jnlssion. The Wonders of Animated Nature Couo'i(!atcl -with the onr LEGITIMATE CIRCUS Jfrer OrgtnirdriVoKt. and Iltrxsta AMUScurxr. frre-eiuinenl Enc ilrians. Acrobat, Gymnasts, Jetrt, "owns. Contortionist?. -3quililirisU and (Jencral I'cr. ornurs Splendid Stud oflnAlMJ) House, I'omes and Teick SIi'i.ciMacnificent ColSoetinn of Livixc Liovi, Ticks....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 September 1864

Z)eIajFarcJi;acliawanna & Wcstcrr RAIL ROAD. Sunning Time of Passenger Trains June aa, usra. LEAVE NCRTHWAUD. LEAVE SOUTUWARD, Arcora- Passcri; nioda : gcr. tion. V. M. P. M. STATIONS. aooi i rinT 1!. 10.535 S)a. M. ft ls P. - W 6.40 ceo 4.50 4.40 4.10 3.1" 2.51 2.40 2l) 2.2 1.40, i ar 1 OS 12.47 12.10 U H5 f 11.20 Ia. m. Piuscn- Accom ; gcr. ; moda- tion. ! A. M. P. M. Grout Bend, 5 iMontros-c. ' Fnpioryvillc. : Abmgton. Suntnton. MtMn . Cauldsboro' Tobvhanna. OAUnA. Horn yvitlc. Slroud.-buig. J ' Water Gap. ' Moun: bethel. Mnnunlc:i Chunk.J , Va5l'ing'on. New Hampton 7.40 fc.20 0.24 0.40 1I1.S0 11.02 11.20 11.40 11.59 12.17 12.33 12.51 1.0S 1.24 1.55 2.3S 2.45 P. 2.20 3.15 .1 Ur-J 5.40M 0.30 o ,Utidiigc for riiil. P. M. The Passenger Train Iorlhivar: Leaves New Hampton on llie arrival of ibe Mail Train which leaves New York at 8.1-0 A. M., and Manunka Chunk on the arrival of the Tram which leaves Philadelphia, (Kensington Depot) at 7.15 A. M. At Scranton this Trnin makes close...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 September 1864

m THE : JEFFERSONIANvf' Htootci ta flJalxticB, literature, Agriculture, Srieuce, iHoralitu, cutir encral ,3ntelligcuce. VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER 15, 1864. NO. 30. PnMishcd by Theodore Schoclu TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if no baid before the end of the yeaj, two dollars and fitly its. will be charged. No paper discontinued until all arrcaiagcs arc paid, Jrceptat the option of the Editor. iCAdvertisements of one square of (eight lines) or JSss, one or three insertions $1 50. Each additional inaertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, SzecHled in the htgheft style of the Art, and on the most tcusuiriblc terms. The Democratic What is It T The creat peace bubble has burst upon us, and we are looking about for the parts which comstituted it, but, behold, we find nothing, see now ng near notmng oy wmca we can icuwuanau w.gwaiu was ouui ior, or wnat the Convention ot peace babblers met in it for, unless it .was merely co...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 September 1864

Hit 0 E!)c Jcfftvsonrnn, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1864. NATIONAL UNION NOMINATIONS. TOR TRESIDENT, BMifAM Lincoln, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Andrew mmw, OF TKNNESSEE. Union Electoral Ticket. SK.N'ATORIAL ELECTORS. MORTON M'MICHAEL, of Philadelphia, THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, of Beaver. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, 513 Elias W. Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coates14 C. II. Shriner, 3Henry Bumm, 5 John Wister, 4 William H. Kern. ilCD. M'Conaughy, SBanin H. Jenks, '17 David W. Woods, G Charles M. JRunk, 18 Isaac Benson, 7 Robert Parke, ;19John Palton, 8 Aarqn Mull, -20 Samuel B. Dick, 9 John A. Hiestand, 21 Everard Bierer, 10 Richard H. Coryell, 22 John P. Penney, 11 Edward Holliday, 23EbenezcrM'Junkin 12 Charles F. Reed, 24 J. W. Blanchard, Change of Time. We would again call attention to the advertisement of Mr. Charles Shoemaker's property. It will be seen that the time for private sale is extended until Satur day, October loth, on which day it will be offered at public sale. Noti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 September 1864

J3. 4 L PEREMPTORY SALE OF LIVERY STABLE SlOCK AND FIXTURES ; ALSO OF Valuable Farms. 4 SDhe subscribers being about to relin finish the Livery business, will sell at tmblic sale, at their Stables, in the Bo rough of Stroudsburg, Monroe County Pa., on Ttmsday, the 20t7i day of Sep tender, inst., their extensive LIVERY STOC1 knd .-FIXTURES, together with their FARMS, LOTS, BUILDINGS, .fee., as follows : Teh head of Horse's, al Hit. 1 eood roadsters, well oroKc to single or double harness, sbund and kind ; five 0 them arc Dctwecn uic ages 01 live and seven years, and the balance between sev en and ten years old. Also, two Colts o thcAndrcw Jackson stock, out of a blood ed Marc, aged respectively one and two years last bpnng. Ihc Horses are real ly superior, and would prove a valuable acquisition to a farm or to a "eutlemau's stable. Three Omnibusses, two of which arc covered, and arc City make, and all of which have recently been re fitted aud paiutcd, and are as good as new. Four LVo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 September 1864

DcIiflTreL'Rckan-anna &Western RAIL ROAD. Running Time of Passenger Trains, June 2d, 1864. LEAVE NORTHWABD. J LEAVE SOUTHWARD. Accom Passcn- Patsen- ;Accom - nj'ida i lion. STATIONS. ger. moda- tion. A. M. P. M. P. M P, M. 2.00 1.00 11.20 10.55. 10.10- G.-10 coo 4.56 4.40 4.10 3.17 2.54 2.40 2:20 2.02 I Great Bend, Montrose. ) Factoryville. 5 Abington. Scninton. J Mosoov . j Coultlsboio' i Tobvhanna. s Forts. 7.40 fc.20 9.24 9.40 10.20 11.03 11.20 11.40 11.59 12.17 12.33 12.54 i.oa 1.24 1.55 2.38 2.45 2.20 3.1S 5J5fj 5.40S) 0.302 4 A. M.' 5P. iM.b p PS 0 c S3 o w es O o a: 4 Oakland. 1.40 Itenryvillc 124 Strondsburg. 1 OS 32.47 12.10 i 1I.3S ; water uap. Mnirnr Dnlhpl. - MaiiunVa Chunk.;; J Washington, . j New Hampton. J 'Change for riiil. P. i 11.20 A. M. M. The Patsteiigcr Train Horthvrard Leaves New Hampton on the arrival of the Mail Train which leaves New York at 8.10 A. M., and Mananka Chunk on the arrival of the Train which leaves Philadelphia, (Kensington Depot) at 7.15 A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 September 1864

THE -4 Htocicir ta polittc0, literature, Agriculture, 0neuce, "illoralitn, auir eucral Jntcliigcntc, VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER 22, 1S64. NO. 31. Published by Theodore Schoch. YEIIUS-Two dollars a year Ui adranco-and if no Y,d before the end of the yeai, two dollars and fitfy 'oniner cfiwontfnued until all arreaiagcs are paid. rOV.lvertiseine:itsofonc square or (eight lines) or leu, one or three insertions $1 50. Earn additional insertion, 50 cents JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, ttzeetted in the highest style of the Art, and on the most leasoi. tble terms. ON THE CHICAGO SURRENDER. HY 1IAYAU1) TAYLOR. What! hoist the white flag when our tri umph is nigh J itri . ..i, urnPn Trennn i ,mki Free- . What! crouch belorc lrcabon. rnaku irec . doin a lie 1 What! spike all our "uns when the foe is at baVi ! d.thc rars of his black banner dropping ' , F fn a"a3 ' . , , nir .. n Tear down the strong name that our nation line irmi And strike her brave bird irom ins liome iu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 September 1864

Et)c jfcffcrsouian, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1864. NATIONAL UNION NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOMSON, OF TENNESSEE. Uiiiei Electoral Ticked SENATORIAL ELECTORS. MORTON M'MICHAEL, of Philadelphia, inuaiAo .isuiiij.iumjuu.u, oi ieaver. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, 13 Elias W- Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coates14 C. H. Shriner, 3 Henry Oumm, 15John Wister, 4 William If. Kern. 51GD. M'Conaughy, 5 Bartin H. Jenks, 17 David W. Woods, GCliarlca M. Runk, ,18 Isaac Benson, 7 Robert Parke, ilOJohn Patton, 8 Aaron Mull, '20 Samuel B. Dick, 9 John A. Hiestand, 21 Everard Biercr, '10 Richard H.Coryell, 22 John P. Penney. 11 Edward Holliday, 23EhenezerM'Junkin 12 Charles F. Reed, 24 J. W. Blanchard, A GLORIOUS YICTORY. SIIERRIDAN DEFEATS EARLY. FIERCE AND DECISSI VE BAT TLE. 5,000 REBELS KILLED AND W0UN DED. 2;500 PAIS OXERS CAPTURED. THE ENEMY DRIVEN BEYOND WIN CHESTER THF.T LEAVE ALL THEIR DEAD BEHIND. Gallant Behaviour of Our Troops...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 September 1864

Something for Douglas-Democrats to Re? ..ineinW. Before the rebellion broke out Senator Douglas, referring to the Southern States, said : "If they remain in the Union, I will go as far as the constitution will warrant me in se curing their rights ; but if they secede, I am in favor of allowing them just as many slaves and just as much slave territory as they can hold at the point of the bayonet. A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous De bility, Incompetency, Premature Decay and Youthful Error, actuated by a desire to ben efit others, will be happy to furnish to all who need it, (free of charge), the receipe and directions for making the simple remedy used in his case. Those wishing to profit by hisiexperience, and possess a Valuable Rcm edVwill receive the same, by return mail, fcarcfuik sealed), by addressing v JOHN B. OG3EN. No. 60 Nassau street, New York. May 19, 1864. 3m. Trial List, Sept. T. 1864. John Merwinc, vs George Altcmose. Andrew Scoring, s Joseph AVoolbcrt. .-iBursou's. vs Del....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 September 1864

DcIaitalsmich'aTraniia. & Western HAIL ROAD. Time of Passenger Running J.une 2d, 1864. Trains, I.UAVC NORTIlWABD. LEAVE SOUTHWARD. nmitn gor. tinM. I V. M j P. M. STATIONS. Patscn- Accom - lion. P. M. gcr. A. M. Wistar's Balsam OP WILD CHERRY. ONE OF THE OLDEST ANT) MOST RELIABLE REMEDIES IN THfi WORLD FOR I. (HI It. HUB' i.-ie lA. M Pi 3.17 2.S4 2.-10 ' 2.02 j 1.4fi ' 1 OS ' 12.47 12.10 11.38 11.20 A. M. Orcut Uomt, MtHlrtM'. FaclotyvtUc. Abiiifton. ' . Summon. , Mos-oov . Coulcltbaro' Totivhiuina. j F. fcs. Oaklnnd. ) Hcnryvillo. . Stroudsburg. ' Water Gap. : Mount Bethel. Mantiiikn Chunk., Wil'inc'on. New Hampton. Chdiisc lor Phil. P. 7.40 . 2.20 ' fc.20 3.15 ; 0.24 - ir,s 9.40 5.401 10.20 0.305 11.0s 11.28 V. M.c 11.40 t 11 v) ? X ! 12J7 f . 12.33 I i 1 VI : 1.24 ( W 1.55 a 2.33 s 2.45 ' M. INCLUDING EVEN CONSUMPTION- Tiic PiiciiRerTraiii Korllnvarrt Leaves New Hampton on the arrival of the For Kuls, 172 ice, Itoackes, Auts, Bed Kings, Moihs in Furs Wool ens &c Cm stir, ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 September 1864

THE 5 JEFFERSONIAN ff1 . a ( mm : ' . 2Det)ote& ta JpoliticB, literature, Agriculture, Science, iMoralitu, aufc eucral intelligence. VOL.23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER 29, 1864. E Published by Theodore ScllOClt. (The Mode in Which Soldiers Shall Votd. terms-Two dollars a year in advance-ami if no The following is an abstract of the bill feaid before the end of the ycaj.iwo dollars and fitfy prescribing the manner in which the sol- Nopar discontinued until all arrearages are paid,! d"ers shall vote : SSof,ci6ui)0r ton l provides that whenever any iers, oncor three insertions $1 so. Each additional of the qualified electors of this common- insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. 'trnnlHi slmll i ?n nfnl iilWorir cnrvioA JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, ErecBted in the highest style of the Art, and onthc.lesidential elections, they shall be enti- most rcueon-iblc terms. I.i.j . .t i. r ir HOW THE SOLDIERS TALK Vi. ' BY PRIVATE MILES O'REILLY. We have heard the reb...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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