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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 November 1864

, . S. . . THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1864. NATIONAL UNION NOMINATIONS. TOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. LOOK TO YOUR TICKETS. Everv Friend of the Union should see to it that he is not de ceived in his Ticket Compare it with the one attached to this notice, and if it is like it in every particular, put it through with a rush. ELECTORS. Morton McMichael, Thomas Cunningham. Robert P. King. G. Morrison Coates, Henry Bumm, William HMCern, Barton H. Jenks, Charles M. Runk, Robert Parke, William Taylor, John A. Hiestand, Richard B. Coryell, Edward Halhlay, Charles F. Read, Klias W. Hale, Charles H. Shriner, John Wister, David M'Conaughy, David W. Woods, Isaac Benson, John Pat ton', Samuel B. Dick, Everard Bierer, John P Penney, Ebenezer M'Junkin, John W. Blanchard. Served them Right. Ferry and Douohue, governor Sey mour's tools in the perpetration of the forgeries and frauds on the soldiers, have both been found guilty by the milita...

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

The Stldiers's Voir Swindle. fru'. ioraavarv of thri conSDiraCV to hLSfoftiia suffrasre of the soldiers puts the last brand of infamy on the brow of Horatio Seymour. His connivance witn tho' mob that undertook to bully our Leg islature from the election of a loyal UnL- RfifiQ Ronator. aisnonorea mm. lie did so connive, for when the Assembly solicited hira to protect it, he refused. nis fomenting and countenancing the in fcurrection which for days went through these streets, pillaging, burning, mutilat ing and murdering, disgraced him. He did so foment, by his letters and speech es against tho draft, and he did so coun tenances by his hailing the miscreants on (he afternoon of tho second day of their work as "friends," and by his assurance that he had sent his Adjutant General to "Washington to ask the President to stop the draft. Dut his plotting to reverse, bv fraud, the votes of livinsr soldiers, and to forge the votes of dead soldiers, affixes the supreme stigma. He did so plot, ...

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

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Sunning Time of Passenger Trains, LEAVE XORTHWABD. LEAVE SOUTHWARD. Aecom-.Passen- . mnda tier. P.isscn- ger. A M. Accom- STATIONS. moila Hon. P. M. lion. V. M P. M. 6-40 e.si 6.00 5JS 5 IG 4.50 4 40 4.32 4.10 3.40 3.27 3 15 2 52 2.38 2.18 Grciit nend. $ 7.30 7.49 f fc.10 833 ? 8.50 9.14 9.30 i 9.3S 5 10.15 lo.:5 J 10.47 in.57 5 11.20 5 11.34 11.53 J 12.11 12 57 j 12.37 5 12 48 1.02 J 1.17 1.42 2.30 3.00 3.35 4.15 5 J6 5.60 1 K 1.C.V 3 U.K. e l.! S I0.-3": ntn iwuiwiu, ? Montrose. Hnpboitom, ; Nicholson. Factoryville. ; Abmglon. j Chnk's Summit, Scraitlnn. X Gjecnvillc, Dunning, Moscow . i OouMsboro' Tubvhunna. Foilis. Oaklitnd. Heniyviile. Spriigiierllle, Siroudt-burg. i Water Gap. j Moun; iJctliel. i Delaware, , '.Manunka Chunk, j Iliidgevlllc, Oxford. Washington. ? New Hampton. C.35SJ 7.05? P. iM. c c o p C w 2.00 J 1.44 I 1.33 22 12 55 12.40 ( 12.3! 12.10 I J 2.04 1.50 156 2.07 2.19 2.47 . M. 11.54 11.42 11.25 A. M. 1 Ch.inge for fhi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 November 1864

-Jinx. THE JEFFER Dcootcii to jpoliticB, literature, Agriculture, Science, Movd cfitS encral :ritelligc ncc. VOL:28. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 10, 1864. NO. 3ff. ' , ILL Published by Theodore Schoch. , TERMS-Two dollars year in advance-and if no sud before the end of tho yeai, two dollars and.fitfy No erccp lit. win oc cnarBt-u I. Will oc dinigtu. kv. ticnnlinllM Until nil nrmmnrrnc r iWffl i.i ijttifvi . . - - -. . it iiiim. Bfonor three insertions m 59. Each additional (nnortion, 50 cents. Longer ones in nronorticn. . irAii-rtisnmeiiis 01 one satinrc nr rrtri:t imci i ' ' JOB PRIJVTIWGT OF ALL KINDS. Pxeeatcd in the highest style of the Art, and on the most rcasor.-ible terms. A Miraculous Escap e. Of all the miraculous escapes from death oil the battle-field which have been recorded, that which we are about to relate is, we think, the most marvelous. Calvin Aldus, of this city, who belongs to the 7th Maine regiment, was one of the storming- party upon the rebel for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 November 1864

)c cffcrsonian, THTJIlSDAY, K0YEMBEE10.1864. Gov. Bradford, by proclamation, announces the carrvinir of tbe new Constitution of ala ry Is nd by a majority of 376 votes. The Con stitution ordains the unconditional emancipa tion of slavery, and places "My Maryland" in the line of Free States. IU far Salt Mirer. The fast sailing A No. 1 Clipper Ship REBELLION, DE YOUNG, Master, having nearly all her freight and passengers on board, will have quick dispitch for the head of the Salt. The REBELLION stands at the head of her class, is thouroughly coppered, and was built with & view to the comfort of those who, from in clination, or demands of business, desire to make the rough voyage. The REBELLION will tike the route via Richmond, where sin- will be joined by a fleet of transports having on board the ''erring brethren' and "way ward sisters" of the South, who attempted to "depart in peace" but could not. The fleet will be safely convoyed by the lucky rebel gunboats which have been fo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 November 1864

IMpy"" iuviiW, Bahat Harbor the scene o the uxptoxVA Thcliebcl vrea Lompaey our- prisea. :re victory a jjivuuicss one. The threatened raid on Bellows Falls? TMe 'Citizens prepared- Jur defense. UOSTOX, Nov. o. JLiie lollowmg is i . m , .Pit. n .1 hncl aecouncoi me circumsiauccs 01 tlie caoture of the pirate Florida. She arrived act t0.P,W tne People bf:-NeVada -to form r ,.rrr-1 i-... .In r!rnsfitlll"inn nnrl Stotn Ml 1 .f Min-R-iv nff Sin fi-.lvn.1or nM i, wwav, - nicbt of the 7th ultimo. . i i r J4tt. . ' Captain Collins havin- held a consulta- tion witn Jus otneers, determined to sxns the Florida in port. Accordingly, about A n ClnP.K thf onhlptJ wurA lmnd. allQ tllC WschiiRftt Ktnorfl for the Florida, hit- tinsheron the Quarter without doing ' - - -ww-w - - I nv creat iniurv. n'n: . ... m,f f vauuiiu uuuiuo uwm vuni.u h board the-plratc to surrender or he rould sink her. The demand was rcDlied to by the first licutcur miit uTIndr tlir. ' T o.nJ. i a i " i-llli viimmu""', " - umi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 November 1864

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. 7 'V-3Z$ SS55i53xre Sunning Time of Passenger Trains, Oct. 12, 1864. LEAVE NORTnWABD. LEAVE SOUTHWARD. Acrom-jPawn-mod a j ger. lion. ' P. M ; 1. M. Tatscn- Accom- STATIONS. gcr. A M. 7.30 7.49 moila tion. I'. M. 2 1ft 1.10, 1.03. l'-'.SSj S) 11,15, n in.30' s;."-;ri & i P ! fi 40 6.21 6.00 5.3S 5 10 4.5G 4 40 4.32 4.10 3.40 3.27 - Grout Hcrul, ! New Milfonl, s Montrcij-c. Ho)l)ottom, 2.30 3.1(0 3.35 4.15 5 10 5JM 0.153 0.35SI 7.05 f c c o fe.10 8.33 8.50 9.14 9.30 5 Mclioison. Fsu'iuiyvillc. Abinglon. Claik's Summit, Scninlon. Gjcenvillc, ! Dunning, 5 Muscat . Ooulitsboro' ; Tubyhanna. 5 Forks. Oakland. IfenryviHc Sir.iKicrlllc, i 9.3S I 10.15 ho.35 10.47 10.57 J 11.20 5 11.34 5 11.53 J 12.11 12 27 12.37 ( 3.15 ! 2 52 J 2.33 2.1S 2.00 1.44 I 1-T? I 12M w SlrotuiMJiirf. Water Gap. i Moun: Helhcl. Delaware, i . .Maiiiinka Chunk., 12 4S l."2 12.40 12.31 12.10 12.01 11.54 11.42 11.25 1.17 1.42 1.50 1 5G 2.07 2.19 2.47 M ; Hridgevllle, ;...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 November 1864

r E.TOl'qEFFERSONlAMl' . -. : r-rz ; " " , . jGDcurjicfc ta toliti;0, literature Agriculture, ffrinitf, iHoraiitiJ, auir eueral Intelligence, VOL.&. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 17, 1864. NO. m a . Published by Theedtre Schoch. i TKRMSTwodoUnrsa year in advance and if no' b.id bet?re IWt end o. me yew, v " No !j2ief dicoUnued until all arreaiages are paid. Except at me opuun - nAd-ertisements of one square of (eight lines) or lew onor three insertions $1 50. Earn additional thMrtUn, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoition. JOB PRINTING, OF AXL KINDS, ixeeatcd in the highest ttyle of the Arl.andonthe ' most reasonable terms. A: Man wh Voted for Washington Votes fir Lincoln. As this is almost certainly the only in stance in which a voter for George Wash ington will again Tote at a Presidetial e- lection, we print the following interesting accoant fro Republican. The Springfield (lasa.) To the Editor of the Republican : Deacon John Phillips, of this town, who, is one hundre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 November 1864

l)c jJcffci&onifm, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1864. I-lt is said that Maj. Gen. MacGun boat MeClellan, has resigned Ins comiuia sion, sold his soldier clothes, and turned his attention to piscatorial pursuits. lie is now fi.xhinsr for a six years term in the c? w Vnitcd States Senate, from New Jersey to tike the place of Senator Ten Eyck, whose time expires in March next ITf Cotter, in the last Milford Herald, fills two lonir columus with fuss and feath ers, to convince his readers that "though beaten he is not conquered." As a most appropriate closing couplet for his next article on the aatno subject, we would suggest the followin Whoso does these Boots displace Must meet Bombastccs face to face! J&3-Tffc Squire predicted 30,000 ma jority for the nominee of the Chicago Convention, in Pennsylvania We wou der if he has beon able to find it ? We footed, diligently through the papers for it but couldn't see it. 1 S. Squire, can you tell us whether George 13. McClellao was a candida...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 November 1864

InTtfe name" ancl by the antfiority of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, An drew x. Curtin Governor ol the said Commonwealth. A PROCLAMATION Wiiereas, It is the honored custom of Pennsylvania to set apart, on the re commendation of the Executive, a day for returning thanks to the Giver of al Good, the Shepherd and Bishop of our souls: now, theretorc, I, ANDREW G. CURTIN, Governor as aforesaid, dp recommend that the peo pie throughout the Commonwealth ob eerve THURSDAY, the twenty-fourth day of. November instant, as a day of Thanksgiving to Almighty God, For the gathered fruits of the earth; For the continuance ot health; For the prosperity of industry : For the preservation of good order and tranquility throughout our borders; For the victories which he has vouch safed to us over armed traitors : And for the manifold, blessings which he has heaped upon us, unworthy. And. that -they do: moreover, humbly beseech. Him to renew and increase His merciful favor toward us during the year t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 November 1864

Delaware- Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. 2. tinning: Time of Passenger Trains Oct. 12, 1864. iCAtn rfOKTHWABD. j LEAVE SOUTHWARD Arcom Accom STATIONS. gcr. 1 A M. moda tion. P. M. lkn M. ! t M. 2 10 I. -to l.Oo 6.-I0 G.2I COO 5J8 5 Itf 4.50 4 40 4.3i 4.10 3.40 Gre.it Bend, 7.30 7.49 fc.10 8.33 8.50 9.14 9.30 9.33 10.15 10.35 10.47 10.57 11.20 11.34 11.53 12.11 12 27 12.37 12 43 1.02 1.17 1.4! 1.50 1 56 2.07 2.19 2.47 2.20 3.00 3.35 4.15 5 16 5.50 6.153 6.35m 7.055 '. M. c O C z c J Nev Jew Milfurd, .Moiitroi-e. Hnpboltom, 5 Nicholson. Fartoiyvillc. J Abniglun. Claik's Summit, Scnmton. c f 1150 Q 11,15 10.45 II 50 io.:to Gieenvillt. Dunning, , ... ' 3 15 i 2 52 , 2.38 ; 2.is ! 2.00 1.44 I 1.33 I 12 55 12.40 ISLlO i 12.04 ( UM i 11.42 j 11.25 A. M. a Couldsboro' Tobvluinna. forks. Oakland. Henryvilie. iSpritguerllle, Str.indi-burg. Water Gap. . Moun: Ucthcl. , Delaware. , 'Manunka Chunk.' ft ridge vllle. Oxford. Waslnnc'on. New Hampton. Change for riiil. P. M. "the PasscnscrTrali...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 November 1864

FER JDeootcir to politics, literature, Agriculture, Stum, JWoralifg, au& General intelligence. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 24, 1864. VOL. 23. NO. 40. THE JEE SON Published by Theodore Schochi fud before the end of the yeai, two dollars and filly wall hn Vi rrro.! 9rn ra r...n .l,tla re 9 vfa bxeeptat the oplior, of the Bmior. Nonan.rdiscontinUeQuniiiiinirc.ii-6i;n:jiaiu, . rjrAuvernsrint." - -, itf, one or three insertions $1 50. Earl iscnioiis i ou. z..irii uuumoii.u Longer ones in proportion. insertion, 0 cents. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, RxBtd in the highest style of the Ari, and onthe most rcasornuie icrms. , v I.TTTLE MAC AND fRTAT)1ir I SENT UP SALT EIVER. Tune"0 Susanna," I had a dream the other night, When all around was still ; I dreamt I saw Old Honest Abo,. A climbing up the hill, The way, though steep, he once had trod, "When many a foe was near ; He presses on, with trust in God, For now the way is clear. CHORUS. 0 McClellan ! you cannot follow me; You...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 November 1864

I)c 3fcffcrsonian, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1864. Thanksgiving services will be held in the M. E. Church, Providence permitting ou Thursday, the 24th hist., at 10 J o'clock' A collection will be taken to aid the U S. Christian Commission, in their work of love among our brave soldiers. The public are invited to attend. 0r As the Presidential majorities are now reported, a change of 25,000 votes m the States, giving Lincoln the smallest McClellan. but his nartv would still be in a minority of some 250,000. It is also worthy of note that if the entire South had voted for Gen. McClel Ian he would still lack 70 voles of an elec lion. $-Tfie "Eastern papers speak of there bavin been no oppositiou to the Lincoln and Johnson ticket in Western Virginia. Such was. not the case. A McClellan electoral ticket was in the field, headed by G. W. Sumner. The reterns show an overwhelm ing majority. Every county, Wetzel excep ted, went for Lincoln. State Draft. At;.itnnt General A. L. Russcl. of the Il...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 November 1864

Sheriffs Sale. Rw virtue of a writ of ven. ex. de ter ns to" directed, issued out of the Court of Common.BeqfrAIonroe County, I will ex nnco si&fitnt rtilitic vendue, on Salurdaiffthe 10th vf Deec?nber, next, at 2 o'clock in tho afternoon, at the Court ilouscvin the borough of Stroudsburg, the touowing uescriueu reai estate, 10 wit: A certain -trsct or ph-ce of land situate in Chesnuthill township, m said County, con taining c:rniflrfV-EiffUt Acres, and twenty perches, all cleared. The im provements arc one two story Plank House, 28,by 32 feet, one stable 20 by 16 feet, ad joining lnnds of John 1'Iytc, Edward Wag oner, Godlrcy Waiter ana i'elix fctnrm. A toYoTfruit trees on the same. A well of wa ter hesr the 'door, and the Wilkcsbarre turn pike passes along Uie same. Seized and taken in execution, as the prop erty of Charles Altemose, and to be sold by me for cash. L1NFORD MARSH, Sheriff. SherifFa Ofiice, Stroudaburg, ) Nov, 21, 1SG1. $ e s-iB By virtue of a writ of ven. ex. dc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 November 1864

Delaware, Iiackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Tims of Passenger Trains, Oct. 12, 1864. LEAVE" XORTIIWADD. LEAVE SOuTHWAIlD. Aceom- Pafcn moUa i gcr. ;ion. : 1. M. ; P. M. P.v-scn- Accora- STATIONS. gcr. A M. Uon. P. M. 2 Id .40 1.C5 15 a u 5o 9 11.15' O I CMS. A 10 3W r ion 6.40 a.ii 6.00 5.38 5 16 4.56 4 40 4.W 4.10 3.40 357 3 15 2 52 2:33 2.1S 2.00 1.44 I Oreat Demi. New Milford, .M.miIium;. - Hopoottom, Nicholson. Fudoryville. j Abington. Claik's Summit, Scr.intun. j Gjcci'ville, ; Dunninfc, J Jlsr- 5 Uoaldsboto' I TVbvliaiina. Forks. ; Oaklnnd. j HeniyviHe Srgiicrlllc, Strud-buig. , Wat-r Gup. Moini:leth?l. Itrl.iunrc. 3 7.30 7.49 2.30 3.00 3.35 4.15 5 15 5.50 S15.5 6.35U 7.05 P . M.J C xs o 3 c 6.10 8.33 8.50 9.14 9.30 9.33 10.15 i 10.35 10.47 10.57 11.20 5 11.34 11.53 5 12.11 U! PS n 12 27 12.37 12 4S 1.02 1 17 1.42 1.50 1 56 2.07 I 1.33 1 1 X2 J 1255 J 12.40 I 12.31 12 10 ; ie.i i 11.54 ll.4- 11.25 x. M. .M.iniitil: "hunt.1 : p.ciilgMVille, J ' Oxf..rd. 5 2.19 ' New Hampton....

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

FER 4. : Sleuotcit ta politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, itlaraliti), anb encrcrl intelligence. Vf4 L' VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER 1, iS64. NO. 4K S THE JEF Published by Theodore Schoch. , TERMS-Two dollars a year in advancc-and if no paid before the end of the ycaJ, l o dollars and fitfy ts. will be charged. , No piper discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, sxcept m the option of the Editor. rO'Vlvertii'cmciits of one square of (eight lines) or last one or three insertions 51 5U. barn additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoition. JOB PailWTBNG, OF AI.I. KINDS, Jixoeatcd in the highest style of the Art.and onth most rcasoniblc terms. Great Railroad Disaster. The following account of a moat terri ble disater was published in the Jersey City Daily Times on the 9th ult. Wft linvft tn record the most extensive and fatal casuality ever known in this country, lestcrday morning at an ear- ly hour a very large train left Orange, iN ,J., en ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 December 1864

l)c Scffcrsonicui, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1864. Donation. Monroe. Corner, .Nov. 28, 1864. A donation visit, God willing, will be made at the Parsonage, to Rev. It. Yan- Syckle, Pastor of Mashall Creek Charge on Thursday, Dec. 15th. A cordial in vitation is extended, to all. If the above day should prove stormy it will be the first fair da'. Com. K3,The Enrollment Board, for the 11th District, will commence a two week's session in this place on Monday. This will afford an excellent opportunity to our citizens to have the enrollment lists of Monroe county corrected, and to wituess the manner in which the business of the Board is transacted. From our knowledge of the geutlemen composing tho Board we feel safe in giving the assurance that ev ery facility will be afforded for the accom plishment of either of these objects. . o Thanks. We have been requested by the officers and men of Co. D, 21st Penua. Cavalry, to tender their heartfelt thanks to the cit izens of Stroudsburg, for the magn...

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

A GENTLEMAN, cufdd of Nervous De bility, Incompetency, Premature Decay and Youthful Error, actuated by a desire to ben efit others, vill be happy to furnish to all who need Tt, (free of charge), the receipe and directions forinaking the simple remedy used in his case. Those wishing to profit by his experience, and possess a Valuable Rem edy, will recpive the same, by return mail, (careiullv sealed;, oy auuressing v " JOHN B. OGDEN. No. GO Nassau street, New York May 19, 1864. 3m. TO NERVOUS SUFFERFRS OF BOTH STMT'S A Reverend Gentleman having been re- stored to health in a few days, alter under- iroincr all the usual routine and irrcgnlar rxnensive modes of treatment without success considers it his sacred duty to communicate to his afilictcd fellow creatures the means of cure Hence, on me receipt 01 an auuressed envelonc. he will send (free") a copy of the prescription useu. iiiuui w ur. jonn ii. ici iil-i uic uuor, anu iiie viJKesbarre turn-U1 liai,sHurLUllo cnarges as soon ai- p ...

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

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RAIL ROAD. Running Time of Passenger Trains, Oct. 12, 1864. LnAVB NORTHWABD. J LEAVE SOUTHWARD A cenmsPasMin mml ger. lion, i P. M. 5 P. M. Passen- .Accom STATIONS. ger. 1 A. M. moda tion. P. M. J Oreat Rend, New MHford, I?: .30 2.30 3.1K) 3.35 4.15 5 16 5.50 6.15 6.35 Si 7.05 f . M.? o o o 3: S3 O 49 i MonlnB. lI(i)bottom, Nicholson. FitrtoiyrilU. 5 Abinglon. Clink's Summit, Scranton. Cieciiville, ; Dunning, J Mosrm . ' Couldsboto' Tubyhanna. Forks. ! Oakland, i HenryviHe. JSprjigunrlllc, j Stroudsburg. Water Gap. j Mount fleihel. ' l)ela.irc, . M.iiunlca Chunk. j Bridgevllle, . Oxford. ' U'asluneion. 6.10 8.33 P.50 9.14 9.30 9.33 J 10.15 5 10.35 10.47 10.57 ! J 1.20 j 11.34 11.53 I 12.11 5 12 27 12.37 :p 12 48 1.02 1.17 1.42 1.50 1 56 2.07 2.19 2.47 New Hampton, Change for Phil. P. M. The P.cnger Train Jf orlhward Leaves New Hampton on the arrival of the .Mail Tram which leaves New York at 8.00 A. M., and Matmnka Chunk on the arrival ol the Tnun ...

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

EFFERSQNIAM . -.TP Dcuotci to folitic, jCiteumtre, gtkultuic, Sfimtce, Jtfaralit", au& cncrol Intelligence. VOL. 23. STROUDSBURCr, MONROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER 8, 1864. NOT' THE J Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if no tiaid before the end of the yeaj, two dollars and fitfy ts. will be charged. Ne paper discontinued until all nrreaiages are paid, except t the option of the Editor. rOMdvertisements of one squnreof (eight lines) or 1ei, on or three insertions 91 50. Each additional aertin, 50 cents. Longer ones in propottion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, Bxtoited in the highest style of the Art, and on the most reasonable terras.. . Interesting Trial of Projectiles. A. very interesting trial of the sub-calibre projectile in connection with a new packing or sabot, both the invention of t- ttt:i tt o ti, r Tt-i,. by order of the Navy Department a few days since, at Derby in this State, This trial was the concluding one of a series -nA wn in nil rpj...

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