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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 September 1864

uCI)c 3cffcrstmitin "THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1864. NATIONAL UNION NOMINATIONS. TOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Uniea Electoral Ticket. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. MORTON M'MICHAEL, of Philadelphia THOMAS CuiNNllNuHAM, of Beaver. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, 13 Elias W. Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coates,;14 C. H. Shriner, 3 Henry Bumm, ;15John Wistcr, 4 "William II. Kern, .16 D. M'Conaughy, 5 Bartin II. Jenks, 17 David AV. Woods, G Charles M. Runk, :18 Isaac Benson, 7 Robert Parke, ;19John Patton, 8 Aaron Mull, 20 Samuel B. Dick, 9 John A. Hiestand, 21 Everard Bierer, 10 Richard H. Coryell, 22 John P. Penney, 11 Edward Holliday, ,23EbenczerM'Junkin 13 Charles F. Reed, 24 J. W. Blanchard, WLL1 LL.J1.L. . .. , , !!" FOR CONGRESS. Col. James L. Selfridge, OF NORTHAMPTON CO. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. William H. Stroll, OF CARBON CO. Union Meeting. A large and enthusiastic meeting of the friends of the Union was held at the Court Ho...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 September 1864

C-fcfcr PAROLE,Yhhapolis,. Md.V Editor Jeffersotiian : Will you be'so" kind as to publish the following, vis : TKe sentiment of the Soldiers, not only here ,ia Camp Parole, but through the entire Army. I suppose Democratic politicians are 'counting on a large McClcllan Tote in the Armv ; but when the time comes to act in the matter they will, find where the army stands. The soldiers are nol; blind; they know who are their friends and who. arc not. McClcllan was once their friend and favorite. -Thoy remember that the same party, which has used most strenuous measures Id take away their right to citizenship, their privilege to vote, now trys to court llfeir favor by inserting an ambiguous clause., as the last plank in a rotten plat form. They know, too, that the party, wlii'dH tfoilld elect McClcllan, is pledged to render futile all their past efforts to re store the TJniou. As they remember" their labors for the past three years as they Ihink of the treasure that has been spent, and ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 September 1864

RAIL ROAD. - Hiinninir. Time of Passenger Trains, June 2d, 1864. LEAVE NORTHWABD. LEAVE SOCTHWABD Accnm-Tascn- ;Pn&sen Accom - ger. ; inoda tion. V. M tion. J I. M. P. M. A. M. S.80MW' i Great Bend, - 1L3 1 Fartortviire 7.40 fc&0 120 13.15 .24 1 5 13 9 ie.5 w m 4.4(1 4.10 Abinctou 0.40 i 10.20 ; 11:02' . 5.401 6.302 fSoranlort. , Cunldiborti' Trtbyhitnna." . Forks. Oakland. ; . Tlcniyvillc. StroudMjurg. Water Gap. A. M. 3.17 ,2.54 2.40 2i'0 2.02 1.4G 1 21 I OS 11.26 11.40. 11.59 12.17 12.33 12.51 1.08 P. M.jj c P - w Pi o 2: 3 3 J J2.47 .12.10 Mount Hethci 1.24 Manun1v:i Chunk.? 1.55 Washington, j 2.38. New Hampton. . 2.45 Cluiige for rhil.T. M. ' 11. 33 11.20 A. M. The -Passciisoi Train ftotihivard Leaves New Hampton on the nrrival of the Mail Trajn which leaves New York at 8.10 A. M., and Manunka Chunk on the arrival of the Tram which leaves Philadelphia, (Kensington Depot) al 7.15 A. M. At Scranion this Train makes close connections wilh Trains on the Lackawanna & Blo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 October 1864

THE JEF JDcttotefr ta $)o lilies, itccature, 2lgricn!tuvc, Science, JtlovalUn, aah iitcrdl 3ffcUigcicc. - V VOL.23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA, OCTOBER G, 8864. NO. 33, AHtblished by Theodore Schoch, TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if no paid before the end of the ycai, tw o dollars and fitfy cts. will be charged. No paper discontinued until all arrcatages are paid, eiccpiat the option of the Editor. IEFAdvcrtiscincnts of one square of (eight lines) or Jess, one or three insertions $1 50. Each additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KIND8, Btecated In the highest style of the Arl.andonthe most reasoiiible terras. been taught to believe it to be part of the creed of the great party to which I have always been proud to belong to stand by the Union, to stand by the Constitution, and to uphold the flag. But at the Na tional Convention of that party held at Charleston, there were men who came there determined to divide and distract the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 October 1864

Ijc Scifctsouian, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1864. NATIONAL UNION" NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OP TENNESSEE. Uuiou Electoral Ticket. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. MORTON M'lUrCHAEL, of Philadelphia, THOMAS CUJXJMlJNUllAjU, ot JJeaver. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, il3 Elias W. Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coates,;14 C. H. Shriner, 3 Henry Bumm, ;15John Wistcr, 4 William H.Kern, 1G.D. M'Conaughy, SBarlin 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, 21Everard Bierer, 10 Richard II. Coryell, 22 John P. Penney, 11 Edward Holliday, 23EbcnezerM'Junkin 12 Charles F. Reed, J24 J. W. Blanchard, FOR CONGRESS. Col. James L. Selfridge, OF NORTHAMPTON CO. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. William H. Stroll, OF CARIJON CO. Remember the Election, On Tuesday, and dont fail to vote for the Union Ticket. ASSASSINATION. Private Leandeii K. Dease, of Capt St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 October 1864

r TkeJffodel of Copperhead Sedition. Benedict Arnold, oa the 20th day o October, 1780. issued the following Proclamation to the Citizens and Sol diers of the United States You are promised liberty by the lead crs of your affairs, but is there an indi vidual in the enjoyment of it; saving your oppressors Wno among you dare to speak or write what he thinks ajramst tuo tyranny wmcn uas rooDea you your property, imprisons your sons, drags you to the Ueld ot battle, and is daily de lucring your country with blood? Tour country once was happy, and had the proffered peace been embraced, the last two years of misery had been spent in peace and plenty, ana rupmriug me desolation of the quarrel, that would have set the interests of Great Britian and A- merica in a true light, and cemented their friendships. I wish to lead a chosen band of Amer icans to the attainments of peace, liberty and safety, the hrst objects in taking the field. What is America but aland of widows, orphans and beggars? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 October 1864

JlafTarej'LtcltRwanna & Western RAIL ROAD. 1 Running Time of Passenger Trains, June 2d," 1864. leave northavabd. J leave southwakd. Acrom nioda tion. 1 M Ta!cn- ' Bcr. P. M. Passcn-;Accom- STATIONS. gcr. i inoila- uon. i 1 M. A M. ,2.0c: 1.005 11.20 10.55 s!a. m.: 6.40 6.00 4.56 4.40 4.10 3.17 2.54 S.!0 2.20 2.02 I. 40 1 24 1 OS 12.47 12.10 II. 33 11.20 Great Dcni, MoutToM!. F.""iO-vilIe. '.c-;irtion. Coo kisboo' sTobWmnna. Foks. Oa stand. i llrnicvii'c. I Slun'V'-lJii-g. W.-ef Op. J Monn: J5f.hr'. f-.M;uuint.a rlmnk. V;!shinson. New Hampton. p. Pi u U. M. The Passenger Train Northward Leaves New Hampton on the arrival of the Mail Train wliich leaves New York al 8.10 A. Mm anil Manunka Chunk on the arrival of the. Tram which leaves Philadelphia, (Kensington Depot) at 7.15 A. M. At 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 Erie Railway going West. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 October 1864

jEj ITTllMW UllWllllli'l "ill' i THE JEFFERSOMaN; g : JDojotcfc to Politics, literature, Agriculture,' Stmuz, Jltoraliiij, au5 enerai Stiteiligcnce. VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER I?5 i864. NO. 34, Published by Theodore Schoch. "fURiaS-Two dollars a year in advance-and if no tiid before the end of the yeaJ, two dollars and filfy ett'. will be charged. No paper discontinued until all arreaiagcs are paid, except at the option of the Editor. Advertisements of one square of (eight lines) or ftat, one or three insertions 1 50. Each additional iniertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, r Executed In the lushest style of the Art, and on the most reasonable terms. The Two Tickets. The two tickets are now in the field. Grant. Sherman, and Farra-rut are election-! coring for the Union, and Lee, Early and Marshal, to learn the particulars of the Hood for the '.Democratic ticket." A com- I roa'f n, and had another interview .... , -ii ,' with B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 October 1864

mi Sijc Scffevsonian, THUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1864. NATIONAL UNION NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Union Electoral Ticked SENATORIAL ELECTORS. MORTON AI'iMICIIAEL, of Philadelphia, THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, of Beaver. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, 13 Elias W. Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coates,--14 C. U. Shriner, 3 Henry Bumtn, loJolin Wistcr, 4 William II. Kern. 16 D. M'ConaUghy, 5 Bartin H. Jcnks, 17 David W. Wood 0 Charles M. Itunk, 18 Isaac Benson, 7 Robert Parke, 19 John Pntton, 8 Aaron Mull, SO Samuel B. Dick, 0 John A. Hiestand, 21 Everard Biercr, 10 Richard H. Coryell, 22 John P. Penney, 11 Edward Halidav, ,23EbcnezerM'Junkin 13 Charles F. Itced, )24 J. W. Blancliard, To be Regretted. We failed, tins week, to enjoy our usu al licarty laugli, over the literary, intel lectual and political gyrations of friend Cotter. For some unaccountable reason ho failed to furnish us with a copy of the Milford Herald. D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 October 1864

111 i r--. hew. and , never had been fired. The piecvefe marked "Tredegar-Wbrlca." IfolH -JSniotRrDAtt', Maj.-G eneral. PItQM SHERMAN. Nashville, Oct. 8, 18G4. navenolMieard direct from Sherman but Gen.lGprse, at Allatoona,- informs me that Sherman is at Kenesaw TCpairing the, railroad between Atlanta, and so far asxne mam army is concerned lecls se- cure. jGcn. Rousseau reports that Forrest has cscapea mm ttj crossing the i-cn nessee on Hat-boats above and below Flor ence.-on the Gth inst, while he (Rous seau) was detaincd by high-water in Shoal Creek-and tJllc River. '6eo. II. Thomas, Major General. .A.atoo.va, Oct. 9, 1864.-8 p. m. Itfai. Gen. Hallcck, Chief of Staff-: I Baalicd Ivcncsaw Mountain October G, just in time to witness at a distance the attack on Alatoon. I had anticipated thisaltaek, and had ordered from Home Gen. Corse with re-enforcements. The attack was met and repulsed, the enemy losing somb 200 dead, and mere than 1, UOUTouuded anil prisoners. Our loss was about...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 October 1864

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Xtsr Running Time of Passenger Trains, June 2d, 1864. LEAVE NOKTHWABD. j LEAVE SOUTHWARD. i Wistar's Tascn- Arcnin imula linn. V. M T. M. STATIONS. Accom moda tion. P. M. 2.00? 1120 S? M. p P 8 ( 2.0 j 1.41 J. 1 2 f i o ' lni g.jo 0.00 1.56 4.40 4.10 S.I7 2.54 2.40 2.20 02 40 4 03 12.47 12.10 J1.3S 11.20 A. M. Grc.il Bend, Alonlnix!. Factoryvlllc. j Abiliglou. Sci anion. ; Mosrov . , Couldsboro' ; Tolniianna. Fori; p. Oakland. . llcjiryvjlle. SlrouiUlnug. Water Gap. Mount Icthcl. , '.Maiiunka Chunk.; Va.hingion. New Hampton. i ClMngc for riiilP. M traisen gcr. A. M. 7.40 ! '2:20 6.20 3.15 0.24 5 153 9.40 5.40SJ 10.50 0.302 11102 2 11.26 P. M. 11.40 i m 11.59 o 12.17 i -5 12.33 5, 12.51 -s 1.08 I 15 J C 2.38 i I 2.45 The E:isscnsxr Train Northward Leaves New Hampton on the arrival of the Mail Troin which leaves New York atfi.lfl A. M-rand Manunka Chunk on the arrival of the Tram which leaves Philadelphia, '(Kensington Depol) at 7il5 A. M....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 October 1864

THE JEPFERSONIAN JDeuotci, to politics, Citerature, 2kgrini!hte, Science, JHoraltis, anh cncretl 2fotclligcne STEOUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 20, 1864. VOL. 23. NO. 35.. 9 It Published by Theodore Schoch, TER!kU-Two dollars a ypar in advunce-and if no Uid before the end of the ycai, tw o aoiiars urn mry ;he end o rhnrgcd. t ; ..... . t tlK 'l'Tlinucd until all arrea.ages arc paid. tilt!$0it of (eight lines, or one or three insertions $ I 50. Earh additional; Insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, Bceentod in the highest style of the Art, and on the most rcasomblc terms. From the Washington Nat. Republican THE SONG OF THE COPPEBHEAD. Yes down with Abe Lincoln, No peace let him know ; Jeff, Davis esteems him His bitterest foe, And says butTor him, He can easily show, ' This war would have ended A long while ago. Yes! the war would have ended,' And'we should ha been The Unitedcst States As ever was seen. We'd ha' paid the South's debts Not t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 October 1864

Sl)c Scffcrsonian, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1864. NATIONAL UNION- NOMINATIONS. r j i - -' for. president, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENTj ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Uuiou Electoral Tickets SENATORIAL ELECTORS. MORTON M'MICHAEL, of Philadelphia, THOMAS CUJXftliXUllAAl, of Ueuver. REPRESENTATIVE .ELECTORS. 1 Robert P. King, :13 Elias W. Hall, 2 G. Morrison Coatcs, 14 C. II. Shriner, 3 Henry Bumm, . '15 John Wister, 4 William II. Kern. '1GD. M'Conaughy, DBartin H. Jenks, 17 David W. Woods, B Charles M. Hunk, 18 Isaac Benson, t Robeft Parke, 19 John Patton, 8 Aaron Mull, &0 Samuel B. Dick, 9 John A. Hiestand, 2i Everard Bierer, 10 Richard H. Coryell, 22 John P. Pcnnev, JKEdward Haliday, 23 EbenezerM'Junkin 12 Charles F. Reed, .24 J. W. Blanchard. The Electoral Vote. The whole number of electoral votes at the ensuing election, will be 281. Of these, Lincoln and Johnson are certain to get 196 with a probability of 11 more in Missouri ; leaving the young Napoleon fi c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 October 1864

The Elections. Address of the Union State Centra Com mit t ee. Pennsylvania Against Dishonorable Surrender. Both bran chexofthe Ltnislature canned for th Lliion. A gain of Jive Congressmen. The Soldiers' vote coming m. It is Emphatically against McClellan 85 00U Majority in Uhw. Until lico Democratic Congressmen Elected. Good ncics from Maryland. Address of the union State Central Committee. fioonis of Union State Central Committee, ,1105 Chestnut Street, Oct. 14, 1804 The returns of the late election, now in the possession of this Committee, enable itstoannouuce that Pennsylvania has de bided against all armistices, and attempts at "nonce until reuewiuu is uiuwu anu treason disarmed. True to its past histb iy, the Ivcjstone State arrays hersclt by. mediae oi unio auu luuianna. .anu .pro claims to the world tier conudcucc in an Administration true to the Uuion of the States, ;and her intention lo sustaiu that Administration m power until the Union is restored. The Union party have c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 October 1864

Delairarcj Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Running Time of Passenger Trains, Oct. 12, 1864. LEAVE NORTHWABP. J LE.VTE SOUTUWAKD. Arcom-jPawn-mmla t gcr. lion, t P. M 5 P. M. Pawcn- gcr. 5 A. M. Accom i raoda i lion. ! p: m. STATIONS. 210 1.40 5 6.40 Great Bend, New Milford, ! Monlrose. 7.30 7.49 6.10 8.33 e.50 9.14 9.30 9.38 10.15 2.30 3.DO 3.35 4.15 5 16 5.50 6153 6.35S1 7.05 73 '. C a o S3 c 1.05 6.00 i.25i 5.33 ! 1150 5 16 tj I,I5 4.56 n 10.45; 4 40 i Hnpboitom, Nicholson. F:ictoryvillc. Abinglnn. ; Claik's Summit, ; Scranton. ; Gjeenvillc, CS 10.30. 10.0! 4.32 4.10 3.40 3.27 3 15 3 52 2.38 2.18 2.00 1.44 1.33 1.22 IS 55 12.40 1231 12.10 12.04 11.54 11.42 11.25 i 10.35 5 10.47 10.57 Dunninc, o W Couldsboro' ! Tobvhunna. 11.20 11.34 11.53 12.11 12 27 12.37 12 48 1tS 1.17 1.42 1.50 150 2.07 2.19 2.47 5 hoiks. 2 r Oal Ilcnrvville. JSfir.iguerll'e, Stroudsburg. I Water Gap. Mmin: Jicihel. . Delaware, t Matiunka Chunk.! " J i oriugcvuie, Oxford, Washington. New Hampton. a: M. ' Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 October 1864

T HE JEFFERSON! AN. at Slcuotcir to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, ittoralitn, auu encral Intelligence 4 STROUDSBURGr, MONROE COUiYT Y, PA. OCTOBER 27, 1864. KG. 36? Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars your in ndvanre-and if no A beautiful example of Christian patrio luuitefore the end of the ycaj, two dollars and fitfy ! . , . r - t-' . tiam hns hefrr rrivpn hv n l.nthnlir! nripst. in No iiper discontinued until all arreaiagcs are paid, krroni at th-j ontion ofthc Editor. Will UK I ll-ii ,,SlCr.lJertisemeiitsof one s-qunrcof (eight hnr5 or jtw.oocor three insertions $ I 50. Each additional tniertian, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. ,V job PRIXTSIVC; ... of all kinds, ,"ted ln the Bicsi style or the Art. and on the w' most rciisoii-iblc terms. NCLE ABE AND ANDY. Air Yankee Doodle. 4MCome, fling your banners forth my boys, g .And stir about right handj' ! w01d Abe is in the field again, And with him Uncle Andy. Sing "Hail Columbia," with a will, And "Yan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 October 1864

(CIjc 2cffcrsoniffn, ' THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1864. NATIONAL UNION NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, assabam immm, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW OF TENNESSEE. Union Electoral Ticket. 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.:14 C. II. Shriner, 3 Henry Btmim, jloJohn Wistcr, 4 William H. Kern. 10D. Al'Qpnaughy, . SBartin H. Jcnks, 17 David W. Woods, G Charles M. Runk, '18 Isaac Benson, 7 Robert Parke, .19 John Patton, 8 Aaron Mull, ;.v'U Samuel 15. uick, 9 John A. Hiestand, 21 Everard Biercr, 10 Richard II. Coryell, 22 John P. Penney, 11 Edward Haliday, 23EbenezerM'Junkin 112 Charles F. Reed, 24 J. W. Blanchard, Bally Union Men. The Mom. John Brisbia. ALWAYS A DEMOCRAT, Will speak for the Union, at the Court House, in Stroudsburg, on Wednesday Evening, Nov. 2ud. THE 1102s. W. W.-KETCJIEM, of Luzerne County, will also be present and address the meeting. L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 October 1864

The, Americans came into this place and&rcfen beyond it, brandishing guns sad threatening to kill some of us, even after we -were in the hands of the English authorities. Surely the people of Yermont must have forgotten that the people or Canada are not in the midst of war, and ruled by ft man despotic m xiis actions and supremo in his infamy. Ini not afraid to go before the Courts of Canada, and when the affair is investi gated, I am satisfied that the citizens of Vermont and not my party, will be found to.be the violators of Canadian and Eng lish law. Some one, I hope, will be sent to in vestigate this breach of neutrality, and award to those American citizens doing armed duty in Canada the just merit of their transgression. Hoping "you will give this a publica tion '1 remain, yours, respectfully. IJKNNETT II. YOUNG, 'First Lieut. Provisional Army, Confederate States of America. JJuffalo, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1S64. it is again rumored that parties in 0flada intend making a raid on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 October 1864

Delaware) Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Sunning Time of Passenger Trains, Oct. 12, 1864. TEAVr NORTH WABD. LEAVE SOUTHWARD. P.-uscn- Accommodation. 1'. M. inrnix i Ser linn, v P. M P. M. STATIONS. gcr. A M. 2 10) 1.40, 6.40 Great Bentl, J 7.30 6.21 5 New Milford, 5 7.49 2.30 3.W) 3.35 4.15 5 16 5.50 6.153 6.35SI 7.05 6.00 mtriiMi. fc.10 npliouom, s S.33 icholson. 8.50 actorvville. 9.H l'J.23' 5.33 CS 11 50' 5 10 J 11.15 -J.&0 a 16.45 es io.30 10.0" 4 40 Abington. 5 9.30 4.32 Claik's Summit, i 0.38 4.10 c Scnmton. 5 10.15 3.40 Gjcenvillc, ) 10.35 3.27 ? Dunnins, 5 10.47 3 15 ( MiSrn . 10.57 252 ; Conldrtoro' j 11.20 2.33 5 Tobvli-mna. 11.34 2.1S Forks. 11.53 2.00 ; Oakland. ; 12.11 1.44 Hrniyvitlc. ; 12 27 1.33 ' S.Mgucvll'e, ; 12.37 1.22 Stroudsburg. 12 48 12 55 Water Gap. 1.02 12.40 ' Mouii: Helhcl. 1 17 12.31 Delaware, 1.42 12.10 J Maminka rhunk.? 1.50 12.04 I niidgevllic, 156 11.54 (Oxford, 2.07 11.12 Wasluncton. 5 2.19 M P. M.S o a o Q U S 6 11.25 New Hampton. 2.47 Ik....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 November 1864

-41 " THE JEFFER iamb' Mtvotth to plitics, Rterotnre, SVgi-iculturc, Science, iMovciliti), ctttii cucv'at Jritelligcncl. VOL. 25. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 3, 1864. N0..37. sonian; 7 ; "' 1 " PaWislied by Theodore Schoch. ERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if no id before the end or the ycaj, two dollars and fitly U. wllltie r-.hnrRCtl. . No paper discontinued Until all arrcaiages are paid, fcxeeptat the option of the Editor. rcr Advertisements of one squreof (eight lines) or lit, onsor three insertions $ I AO. Each additional U'fctllsn, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoiticn. JOB PRfNTING, Of ALL KINDS, Executed In the highest style of the Art, and on the most reasonable terms feTAHTLING DISCLOSURE. Dcmddratic Fraud Upon the Sol diers. Their letters Opened and Changed. the Votes Special Dispatch to The N. Y. Tribune. Washington, Oct. 26, 18G4. The Military Commission, Major-Gen- era I Uoubleday, President, was ordered to suspend the trial of the blockadc-tra tiers t...

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