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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1865

l)c Scffcvsonian, THURSDAY. JAKUARY 19, 1865. Donation Visits. The friends of Rev. W. J. Paxson, pro "nose "iviuir hiui a Donation Visit at bis residence, in Stroudsburg, on Wednesday, Jauuary 25, afternoon and evening, when all are respectfully invited to attend. OCT The nomination of Parson Brownlow for Governor of Tennessee is very generally commended by the loyal press. Should he be elected awl fairly seated in authority, that State would be about the most un healty region for Secessionists outside of a small-pox hospital. Hemp and coffins would be in lively demand. OCT Hon. James Guthrie was elected United States Senator for Kentucky on the 11th inst., in place of Lazarus W. Powell, whose term expires with the present session of Congress. Mr. Guthrie was chosen on the first ballot, receiving sixty-five votes, to fifty-six for Gen. Rousseau. Daniel S. Norton (Uuion) of Winona county has been elected Uuited States Senator from Minnesota, to succeed Mor ton S. Wilkinson, and serve...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1865

Ajre's Ague (tare. FOR TIIE SPEEDY CURE OP intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague, Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb Aquc, Periodical Headache or Billious Headache, and Billious Fevers, indeed for the wliole class of diseases origina ting in biliary derangement, caused by the Malaria of miasmatic countries. Fever and Ague is not the only conse ouence of the nuasmetic noison. A great variety of disorders arise from its irritation, in malarious districts, among1 which are Jeu ralgia, Rheumatism. Gout Headache, Blind ness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpitation, Painful Affection ol the bpine, Hysterics, Pam in the Bowels, uolic, Para lysis, and Derancrement of the Stomach, al of which, when originating in this cause put on the intermittent type, or become periodi cal. This "Cure" expels the poison from the blood, und thus cures them all alike. It is not only the most effectual remedy ever discovereu ior tins class o! complaints, but it is the cheapest and moreovor is perfect...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1865

Brown & Keller. I'EALKRS IN Clerks, Washes, Jtwdry. Silvci Ware, Plated Ware, Books, Stationery, Wall Paper, Actions, &c) &c Thpy have rv:,t!v tmrcimt-ed "MEL jf'ICS OLD STANDS ami with incited Ijc!(tie6 l-r Ih.mik.-n tnl a dftormnia Utm lo please, fei justified in at-kiii: t!e con tinued patronise of the old customers ol thi eetablh-hnient. In cniirtanl coinmunicitlion Willi Importers in New York and Phily PELl'M.v, and in possession of pt collar ad vantages in this ret-pct. ihev are prepared to wjII CLOCKS. WATCHES & JEW ELll Y, ot superior make and h"i-h as well al as ot chiaper character, at remarkably low rates. Tliey also keep constantly on hind the best quality-of Silver and Plated War". Tea Sjwons, Cas tors, Spectacles, Razors, Pen knives, Scissors, and all sorts of ( utlery ; Toys of all kinds. Childrens Carriages, Bird cages, Fishing Tackle, Baskets. Guns and Pistols. Lamps of all kinds and Fixtures; Superior hewing Machines Clothes Wringers. School Books. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1865

FER Hicuotci to folitics, literature, Agriculture, Sciatic, iiloralitu, aua eneral intelligence. VOL.23. STROUBSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 26. 1865. NO. 48, THE JiJiJD tuMished by Theodore Schocli. TBRM3 Two dollarsa year in advance-anil if no fixi before the end of the yeaJ, two dollars and filly kit. will be chargril. X pper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor, i D"JUertisemeiit.s of one square of eight lines) or tw, on.or three insertions $1 60. Each additional morti.n, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoititn. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, Brcute4 in the highest style of the Atl.and on the most tcaSonnblc terras. THE OLD AND THE NEW YEAR. The death of the Old Year has been a fa vorite theme with the poets, and very natu rally, too, for surely nothing- could be more suggestive. But who lias sang of it more musically than Tennyson, in the following Verses ? Ring out wild bells to the wild sky, The flying cloud, the frosty light; The year i...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1865

3effcvsonian, THURSDAY. JANUARY 2S, 1865. The llov. Mr. Pearcc of Delaware Wa ter Gap, lor five years a Missionary in Af rica, will deliver in the Court House, Stroudsburg, a lecture on Africa, its in habitants, customs, &c, on Tuesday Eve ning, next, Jan. 31st. The proceeds of the Lecture to go to the Ladies Soldiers' Aid Society of this place. Admission twenty-five cents, Children lialf price. Cold Weather. For the last ten days the weather in this neighborhood has been as cold as there is a- ny need of its being. Blue noses and warm overcoats arc all the go, and promise to be for some time to come. For a month we &ave had uninterrupted sleighing1, and it looks as though it might continue for a month longer. Those of our citizens who own ice houses have succeeded in filling them with ice of better quality than has been gathered jn this section of country for years. One Professor Charles Parkusou, Instructor of 31 usic from Boston, Mass.. has been doing the citizens of Port...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1865

Money Wanted. For" the payment of the loan heretofore 'fore made for Bounties to Yoluntcers, the Town Council of the Borough of Strouds burg desires to borrow Ten Thousand Dollars, for which bouds will be issued at -i i i u - , 0,pcr cent imuiust, puyuuiu m one, two, and three years troni uate. The responsibility of the Borough, and certainty of the bonds being redeemed at the time specified, together with the fact that they are free from taxation, render this one of the safest and most desirable investments. The bonds will be issued in sums of $25, $50, and $100, thus putting this favorable opportunity tor investment witn iii the reach of all. The bonds will also be made payable to bearer, which will make them readily negotiable. Those desiring to obtaiu these bonds "will please call at the office of the under signed, Secretary ol the Council, who is authorized to receive the money and is .gue bonds for the same. By order of the Couucil. JACKSON LANTZ, Scc'y. .Stroltdsburg, Jan. 2G...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1865

ygj"turi mum fm Brown & Mm DEALKUS IN Clocks, Watc&cs, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Piated Ware, BooUs, Stationery, Wall Paper, Notions, &c, &c. They hnvc recently nurcliased "MEL- IOCS OLD STAND," and with increased f&cililies for busmen, and a determination to please, feel justified in asking the con linued patronage of the old customers of thif establishment. In constant communication with Importers in New York and Philv- nrtTniti. ami in nns.epssinn nf ncculiar ad- ........ r vantages in this rcsppct, they are prepared lo sell CLOCKS, WATCHES & JEW ELRY, of suncrior make and finish as well also as of cheaper character, at remarkably low rales. They also keep constantly on hind the best quality of Silver and Plated War, Tea Spoons, Cas lors, Spectacles, Razors, Pen knives, Scissors, and all sorts of Cutlery, Toys of all kinds, Childrens Carriages, Bird cages, Fishing Tackle, Baskets, Guns and Pistols, Lamps of all kindsand Fixtures; Superior Setoing Machines, Clo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1865

JEFFERSONIAN sae.' 31 Hlcuotci to folitics, flteraturc, 3-gticitltuvc, Science, iitovaliiy, auo (Utencral McUigtttce. VOL. 23. STROUDSBtTRGr, MONROE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY S, 1865. NO. 49, THE For Rats, Mice, Ranches, Aul,lfi)rhed,'sPat?h of business and the ar.commo- Bed Bugs, Moths in Pars, Wool-'T1 UI CUb.ncrs. navingmade largeau en, &c Insects on Plants, Fowls, ; ditions to their already largestock of p"lupn6oc. and si.oo Boxes. Bot-!?r"gs, Medicines, Perfumery, &c,, lies, and Fbiske. $3 and &5 sizes for Ho lei?, Public Institutions, &c. -'Only infallible remedies known." "Free from Poisons." "Not" dangerous lo the Human Family." "Rats come out of their holes to die." 0Sold Wholesale in all large cities. 05Sold by all Druggists and Retailers ev crywhere. O"! Be ware!!! of all worthless imitations. (t7""Scc that "CostarV name is on each Box, Bottle and Fin sic, before you buy. j 03-Addrcss HENRY R. COSTAR. Sold by W. HOLLTNSflEAD. Whnlasale & Retail Agent, Strou...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1865

mrr- w - Sljc "3fcfFcvsonian, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1865. Donation. The .friends -of the llev. Mr. Everitt dcsicn .making him a Donation visit, at his residence in Stroudsburg, on Ilmra day nexgjKEob... 9th, -afternoon and even ing. The public are cordially invited to attend. The Annual Statement of the Coun ty Auditors will be found on the 4th page of this week's paper. Of course all tax pay ers will .note its contents. rA Donation to the Rev. George Green field, given at Naglesville, Pa., on the 20th ult, netted the Rev. gentlemen the snug sum ot SSO. TIip donation to the Rev. Mr. Pas sun, of the Methodist Church of this.plaee, amounted to about $150, as we arc in formed. The stockholders of the Monroe County Agricural Society, at their meeting on Tuesday last, elected the followiug gen tlemen Directors for the ensuing year : A. R. Jackson, Lin ford Marsh, C.D.Erod- head, Jerome R. Shaw and Jocsph Trach. OrWe learn that Henry C. Wolfe, Esq., has resigned his position, as Commissio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1865

1 Sew Livery Stable Tho undersigned would respectfully in rnrm the citizcus of Stroudsburg, and the Dublic gcneally, that he now occupies the btables.attacnea to uiu xuuiuu vuuuu jj.u tel, Tvhere he is prepared, with a superi or stock of s? Horses, Carriages, Bug- jfe? to accommodate all whose business, or pleasure, requires the occasional use of these articles, ri is norses were mjiuciuu with a view to the Livery business, and can be recommended as kind and gcutle, yet willing and free. His vehicles, with their annointments, are of the Gist order. and his prices so reasonable as to suit tbeT)Ockets of all. Careful and accom modating Drivers and Ostlers will always be ready to attend to the wishes oi cus tomers, and he feels confideut that he can civc satisfaction to all who favor him with P. . -r-r . ... their patronage. lie invite? the public to examine his stock before making en eagemcnts elsewhere. J. E. W.MILLER. Pr roprictor. Stroudsburg, Jan. 2G, 18G5 Executor's Noiiee. Estat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1865

STJ TEMENT OF Keeeipts and Expenditures OF MONROE COUNTY, For the Year 1 864. GEORGE FABLE, Treasurer of the coun ty ot Monroe, in account wjth said County, for Receipts and Expenditures for the year ending, January 2, 1865. DR. To amount of Taxes received by said Treas urer during said year as follows: Rec'd from Collectors on duplicates foryear,1860 S11992 " 1861 123 53 tt it tt it ti it 18G2 1323 31 1663 4634 04 1864 026219-12,462 99 To redemption money re ceived on Unseated Land 790 30 Seated 24 71 815 01 Road Tax rec'd on unsea ted Lands 2312 70 ti SoaU-d 33 782340 43 School Tax rec'd on un sealed Lands 172 31 Seated 126 261993 57 Poor " Cuuiity Tax rec'd on un seated L;i nd " " Seated Cosh rre'd from Peter M. Eylenberger, late Treas. " Linford Marsh, -r Sheriff 6 22 1593 90 197 92-1791 82 8 10 113 00 1 30 87 it i i it Soldier Taxes County Commis sioners 19,544 36 CR. By payments made ns follows: Administration of Justice. Pay and milcase of Grand and Petit Jurors 1147 78 Const...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1865

11 ; . -1 ?- T-rv, FERSON JDcwtcfr ta polities, literature, mgruultuve, Suuiic, iltbraliti), auir flfoettcral JntelKflence." i. JEF V9feP'T ..9f bxJ telfY , mmma i i , . t --. p' i -jiff i rwaM v"sy Ym b.s wi u - R t For Rats :155oc, Roaches, Ants JlccI Bugs Hlotlis iti Furs Wool ens iiiMicls on Plants, Fowls, :p? u??o a5c.soc. and i,ou Boxes, But,1 Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, &c, lie, nnd Flasks. 3 and 55 bizes Tor Ho- l purchased with a view to the ac ut, Public Institutions, &c. , HMjfe tion of the new tax and tariff "Only infallible remedies l;novn." 1 laWS' tliey nre PrcPared to offcr MPree from 5PKsons.M . 1 JEjL rarc bargains to purchasers. ""iVdt damrerotrs to the Human .Family." "Rnts come ott of their holes to fiiel" tJjrSold vWliolcsolc in nil large cilies. -Sdlll bvo!!l 'J$ruggitts and Retailers ev- crvwhere OT-MIocwure'!!! dfnll worthless imitations. tJ-Seclhat " GostxrV name is on each 'feifA, 'Bottle and Fl.isk, before you buy. 03-Addrcss HENRY R. COSTAR. 'So...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1865

- -rrnV r li '" 7 r:yv- - qt)c jTcffcvscmian, f HTTRSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1865. The Peacs Movement for a we& "past, the daily press has kept thecountry in a ferment over the prospects 'for a speedy peace. The tacts appear to be that Messrs. Stephens, Hunter and Campbell, were -permitted to come through our lines, to Hampton Roads to have a peace talk with our authorises. They were met by Secreta ry Seward, who was shortly afterwards joined by President Lincoln. A free con rersation, we presume, was had relative to our difficulties, and after all was said that was necessary to be said each parJy returned home the Rebs to Dixie, and the President jind Secretary to Washington. What real ly took place is known only to the parties enjraffed in the conversation. Itis surmised, however, that the conference has furnished no other solution to the question as to how the war shall be ended, than that contained ma vigorous prosecution of the war. A few sduys will reveal precisely what took plac...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1865

STATEMENT OF Receipts anil Expenditures OF MONROE COUNTY, For the Tear 1 864. GEORGE FABLE, Treasurer of the coun ty of Monroe, in account with said County, for Receipts and Expenditures for the year ending, January 2, itit3. DR. To amount of Taxes received by paid Treas urer, during said year as follows : Ree'd from Collectors on duplicates for year,1860 $11992 v. ki- 1861 12353 1862 1323 31 1863 4634 04 1864 6262 10-12;462 99 To redemption money re ceived on Unseated .Land ' tOO 30 " " " Seated 24 71 815 01 Rond Tax rec?d on unsea ted Land's 2312 70 ' " Seated 33 782346 48 School Tnx ree'd on un seated Lands 1872 31 Seated 126 26 1993 57 Poor County Tax ree'd on un seated Land " " Seated " Ctish ree'd from Peter M. Eylenberger, lale Trcas. " 44 Lin ford Marsh, . Sheritr ''Soldier Tuxes County Commis sioners 622 1593 90 197 U2-1791 82 8 10 113 00 1 30 87 $19,54-1 36 CR. By payments made as follows: Administration of Justice Piy and mileage of Grand . and Petit Jurors Constables p:i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1865

i New -livery Stable. The undersigned would respectfully in form the citizens of Stroudsburg, and the public geneally, that he now occupies the Stables attached to the Indian Queen Ho tel, where he is prepared, with a superi or stock of Horses, Carriages, Bag gics, Sleighs, &c, to accommodate all whose business, or pleasure, requires the occasional use of these articles. His horses were selected with a view to the Livery business, and tan be recommended as kind and gentle, yet willing and free. His vehicles, with their appointments, are of the first order, and his prices so reasonable as to suit die pockets of all. Careful and accom modating Drivers and Ostlers will always oe ready to attend to the wishes of cus rmicrs, and he feels confident that he can -ive .satisfaction to all who favor him with licir patronage. He invite? the public to examine his stock before making cu "IT'emeuts elsewhere. J. E. W. MILLER, Proprietor. .Stroudsburg, Jan. 26, 18G5. Executor's Notice. Estate ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1865

, " i - i. ti-:-."t " . . . ..Ji..' --j2 J n l " l'l.V I II.. --jj, HMHIIIIMIUMII.'' 1 2f&4 UDcuotcir ta politics, jutcraturc Agriculture, Semite, iltoralitij, cutir citcral JntelKgcnc VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTf , PA. FEBRUARY 10, 1865. Vov Rats, Wire, lloachcs, Ants, Bud &ugs, Mot lis itt Ftirs, Wool t!iis. &c Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animais, &o. Put up ir 25c. 50c. and 1,00 Boxes, Bot- vi"s) i"tuiMUt&, I MllllliU, tvti, STARTLING DISCLOSUEES OF FEATO ties, and Flasks. S3 and 55 fcizes fur IIo- purchased with a view to theac- : How onr Q havchcen Filled Bonn tels, Public Institutions, &c. : iSP turn of the new tax and tariff, ... ;.7- 7 tx. 7 mi 'Only infallible remedies known.' 'Free from Poisons." "Not dangerous to the Human Family." "Rats come out-of their holes to die." (7"Sohl Wholesale in all large cilics. Or-Sold by all Druggists and Retailers ev cry where. (7-!!! Beware!!! of all worthless imitations, fc5See that CostarV nam e ie on each 0...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1865

Hill lgj. )c 3fcffcrsottiau, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1865. .- i ii in-i . .. l i in iniMTMQ 0OI" the recent battle at Hatcher's Run, near Petersburg, Va., the following casual- tics occurred to members of Co. G, 142nd Reg., P. V.: . lulled.--Jacob F. Williams. Wounded. Edwin R. Eckert, Lynfort Bellis and Peter N. Benson. We learn that Wm. Neville, a member o: Co. M, 193 Reg. P. V (Capt. FlorcysCom pany,) was also wounded in the same fight (ttTThe last Northern Eagle contains the valedictory of Dr. Haliday. The Eagle ...:n ur,r. i,o conducted bv an "Asso- m, itcii;iii-, ciation " though wc infer, from the tenor o the valedictory that our friend, the Doctor, will continue to have a hand in its get up Wc hope our inference may prove correct for the Doctor holds a steady pen and knows, as well as any other man, how to use it. Under his control the Eagle has been a mod el paper; and with him as the moving spirit of the "Association" it must continue so to be. tm Death of Jacob F. Williams...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1865

wmti O THE NERVOUS, DEBILITATED AND DESPONDENT OF. BOTH T STCYES ,A great suffer having been re- years of misery, is willing to assist his suf- fering fellow-creatures by sending (free), on the receipt of a postpaid addressed envelope, rnnv nr nir tarmuiu ui curt: emn nvpi ,., .... f i i Dh .o ' JOHN M. DAtSNALL, Box 183 Post Office. Jan. 12, 65. 5ra. Brooklyn, N. Y. I ) DR. nnfiHAN'a F,;7 W?r m ik i i lifii iy o - rti hi: i :i :k h.ii Pitts cure in less than 30 davs. the worst cases of Nervousness, Impotency, Premature Decav. Seminal Weakness. Insanity, and all Urinary, Sexual, Nervous Affections, no matter lrom 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, 18G4. New Iiveiy Stable. Tim lindorslonnfl trntllil rncnnnffnlKr in. fmm the citizens of Stinndshnrr. .,.! the public enc:illv that he now occunies the SSLV' S J o l,n ; nrn.n,! w;n , ., J or stock of ' 1 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1865

3&TATEME&T OF OF MOWROS COUNTY, For the Year 1864. REORGE FABLE. Treasurer of tho coun- tv ot Monroe, in account with said County, for Receipts and Expenditures for the year ending, January 2, lboo DR. To amount of Taxes received by said Treas urcr during said yeaT as follows : Rcc'd from Collectors on duplicates for year,lS60 11992 " 1861 12353 . " 1S62 1323 31 u ii 4Kfi:i 4634 04 ic t. 1864 6262 19-12,462 99 To redemption money re ceived -on Unsealed t 790 30 4i n Seated 24 71 -815 01 Road Tax rcc'd on unsca- r -nWa 2312 U it " Seated 33 782346 48 School Tux ree'd on un seated Lands 182 3i Seated 126 26 Poor 1093 57 6 22 County Tax ree'd on un seated Land I 4 Seated " Cash rcc'd. from Peter M. Eylenbcrger, late Treas. " Linford Marsh, Sheriff " Soldier Taxea Ciiunty ComuiiS" doners 1593 90 1U7 92-1791 62 8 10 113 00 1 30 87 $19,544 36 PR. iiy payments mado as follows: Administration of Justice i-.yand mileage of Grand and Petit Jurors 1147 7S 164 83 .netables pay and milea...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 February 1865

1 .. . M m 'iMrh ir "n''irli1iiB i iimi LJMiJ.in mmm ii i'i'fi)UlMwiii i "iiiBunmi 11 m , jm, ,laa , ami , ,MMMW m " ' " " ' " - ' Hkuotcb to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, illoralitj), aitir eucral intelligence. VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY 28,. 1865. NO. 52. ForRnts, iTJioc, Ranches Atitv Bed ECn;s iTjotli in Furs, Wool (ii, & ItiM'ds u E'lauls, Fowls, iiimn Is ikv.. Put up in 25c. 50c. and 1,00 Boxes, Bot iles. and Flasks. 6'3 and Q sizes for Ho tels, Public Institutions, &c. , "Only infallible remedies known." ! "Free from Poisons." ' Not dangerous to the Human Family." ; Rats come out of tlicir holes to die." vr-Snld Whole-sale in nil lane cities. fc-SoId hv all Druggists and Retailers ov-1 cry where. i v4-! lie ware"! of all worthless imitations. ! fr-7-Scc that "CostarV name is on each Bnx, Eotlle and Fls!f, before you buy. fcTAdu'ress IlljJY R. COSTAR. Sold by - W. HOLLTNSIIEAD, Vhloaie &. Retail Aj-ent, Stroudsburg, Pa. March 24...

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