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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 June 1865

Irr-r-m. a l)c Scffcrsomcm, THUESDAY. JUNE 8, 1865. EgkJIhc reader will find, on the first page, President Johnson's Amnesty Proclama tion, and. his Proclamation for the recon struction of North Carolina. 13oth docu mcnts will well repay an attentive peru- eal. . SyThc 198th Regiment, P. V , pass cd through Baltimore on Tuesday, and reached Philadelphia yesterday. To this Regiment Company M, enlisted under Capt. Florcy, is attached. The Begimon will probably be held together until after the reception parade to be given to them bv the Philadelnhians. on Saturday. Wc may look for the Company home the fore part of next week. J-The suppressed testimony, taken before the military Commission, which is engaged in trying the conspirators "Washington, D. C, is now being publish od. It establishes, we think, without the shadow of a doubt, the complicity of Jeff. Davis, and the leading rebels, Brcckin ridge, Thompson, Clay, Tucker, &c, &c, in the assassination of the President; and cle...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 June 1865

. Frightful Accident; Scth Kennedy, says the Wayne County Herald, an old and respected resident of Mt Pleasant township, fras Rilled in his grist mill on the 18th ult., by being caught between two wheels. He went below to oil the machinery, telling his son, a young man of 19, to start the mill. Shortly afterward the boy observed the shaft which ran the stoues, jump up four or hvc inches, and supposing that sonic thing had gone wrong, he immediately stopped the mill and went below, when he found that his father had been caugh in the machinery. The alarm was given and the body of the unfortunate man re moved, when it was ascertained that he had been cut eutirely in two, and his limbs horribly mangled. Of course his death was instantaneous, as he must have passed between the spur wheel communi eating with the water wheel, aud the cog wheel turning the upright shaft which gave motion to the stones. A Good Law.o By tho provisions of an Act passed by . ... di. T . ... i. our oiaie j.cgisi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 June 1865

MONROE COUNTY Mutual Fire Insurance Company, -ESTABLISHED 1S14, CHARTER PERPETUAL. Amount of Properly Insured . 1,050,000, Tlic rate of Insurance in this Company ?o rmn f'nllnr fnr ftvprv thousand dollars in sured, after which payment no further char ges will be made, except to cover actual loss by fire that may fall upon members of the Company. The policies issued by this Company are perpetual; and afford the fullest security, with the largest economy and convenience. This company will not issue Tanneries, Distilleries or Cabinet Shops. Applications for Insurance may be made to either of the Managers, Surveyors or Sec retary. MANAGERS. J. Depuc Labar, Jacob Knecht, Richard S. Staples, John Edinger, Silas L. Drake, .Godlicb Anracher, ; Charles D. 13rodhead, Jacob Stouffor, .. Robert Boys, Theodore Schoch, Sil S. Drchcr, Thomas W. Rhodes, Slogdell Stokes, STOGDELL STOKES, President. E B. DiiEUKU, Secretary and Treasurer. . Silas L. Drake, JHelchoir Spraglc, Surveyors. P. A. Oppclt, T...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 June 1865

FERSONIAN Seuotcii to foixtks, itcrttture, aigriotlture, Sdtntt, Moxaliti), aixb eucral lateffigeria. VOL. 24. STROUDSBttRGr, MONROE COUNTY, PA JUNE 15 1865; NO. iSs THE JEF ii i ii i mn i Tii i I. . ''-Lj''Jjj Published by Theodore Schoch. TEa13-Two dollars a year in ndvance-and if no piid before the end of the ycaj; two dollars and fitfy ets. will be charged. , No paper discontinued until all arrearages arc paid. except at tnc option oi mu uiiui. ( rD' Advertisements of otic square of (eight lines) or: JXS. OneOT tnrCC Ilisciuuiin i.m 11 uuuiuuiuil insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF" ALL KINDS, Bietatd in the highest style of the Art.andonthe must icasontDie terms. WELCOME HOME. The night of war has ended now, The day breaks bright and clear, And friendly greetings come to us From nations far and near; Our noble country's valient men Have happy days in store ; And proud wives wait with with happy hearts To meet them at the door. Oh, smile, fond mother...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 June 1865

E5M'riCWS-r TO K IT. rw n,- c 2cffcv0onfa, THURSDAY. JUNE 15, 1865. EThc rains of Friday and Saturday last, have ptit a new lace ou crops in Ibis section of country. The ground and growing crops bad began toiook parched. but since the rains every thing has enli vened vupj aud v.c may safely look for a rich reward for the husbandman's toil. JGSfThe Government of Holland has, revoked the belligerent rights granted to the rebels at the commencement or the War, and thus leads the monarchies of Eu rone in the rishfc path. Holland was the first European governments to recognize us as a nation after the rcvolutionar' war. J6?Den "Wood, a straight-faced Cop perhead has retired from the New York JVcics, and John Mitchell, an expatriated Irishman, who has been doing the dirty work of the rebels', at llichmond, for the last four years, succeeds him in the Edi torial chair. Neither the JYcjcs, nor the Democracy which it supports received a ahock from the change, but all goes on smoothly and mer...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 June 1865

Professor Mahan, of West Point, do- nics.Ju an article of some length; that Yest romt Has been a disloyal mstitu- tion, una snows that wuen tne war oroicc out ou maauatcs were living, or wiioni i nnn i: - . f i only 197 joined the Rebels. There were 133 graduates from the South who re mained loyal, and 19 Northern graduates were disloyal. j. iuODiic clergyman went to (icncral (irnncror ami nnl-ofl !,, ,Pln nmnncni fn rnmnn t in oho or fn mtr Ihr An- I w w vi,iti jiut Ueneral's reply: "why. if vour prayers ... A . don . . . " ' .. v. , i uo lue OIJ1"'u1."ulT States anv more irood than they have to Jeff. Davis, it's no sort of consequence a ... i J! rut Doutyour prayers anywnay. ine par son1 took a new view or the subject The .Richmond Republic savs flint inany of the ladies on farms m the cast- crn portion oi uiu oiace, iroin which all the negroes have gone during the war, and where other labor could not be pro- cured, have engaged with alaentv m the lighter duties of agriculture. We...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 15 June 1865

V M M t -72- -.' S:; M0N110E COUNTY Uliiiual Fire Insurance Company ESTABS-iSSraE I 1-5, CHARTER PERPETUAL. Amount of Properly Imured 1,050,000. The rate of Insurance in this Company is one dollar for every thousand dollars in Eured. after which payment no further char ges will be made, except to cover actual loss by fire that may la II upon memuers oi tne Company. The policies issued by this Company are perpetual, and afford the fullest security, with the largest economy and convenience. This company will not issue Tanneries, Distilleries or Cabinet Shops. Applications for Insurance may be made to cither ot tnc.iuanygers, surveyors or fcec- retarr. MANAGERS. J. Dcpue Labar, Jacob Kncchf, Richard S. Staples, John Edinger, Silas L. Drake, Godlieb Auracher, Charles D. Brodhead, Jacob StoufTer, Robert Boys, Theodore Schoch, . Sra'l S. Dreher, Thomas W. Rhodes, Stogdcll Stokes. STOGDELL STOKES, President. B, B. Dreher, Secretary and Treasurer. Silss L. Drake, l Helchoir Spragle, V Surve...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 June 1865

FERSONIAN. JDuotcir to politics, jitcmturt agriculture, Srintcc, iftoraliti), ani mcml 2xttllxtxut. VOL. 24. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA JUNE n, 1865. NO. Hi THE JEF Published by Theodore Schoch. TERt3-Two dollars a year in advance-and if no Baid before the end of the yesu, lo dollars and fitfy bt. will be charged. ... .. No paper discontinued until all arrcinagcs arc paid, Editor. tOVWvertiscineiits of oas of .(eight lines) or less, one or ihmc insertions $1 50. Eai-h additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in prpportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, Qxecalvd in tlie highest style of the Art, and on the most rcason ibie terms. The following poem from the London ranch is really the best that has been pub lished on the saddest subject, yet the great est character in our history. Its rebuke of the hypocrisy of his traduccri, who were so loud-in expressions of grief, is overwhelming. AEEAHAM LINCOLN. FOULLY ASSASSINATED, APRIL 14, 1865. ' You lay a wreath on murdered Lincoln's bi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 June 1865

(Jijc 3fcffcv0OixiaH, TETTHSDAY. JUNE 22, 1865. fc$-Presidcnt Johnson is resolved on cut ting down the expenses of government to the lowest point He is known to favor re trenchment as a means for returning to spc cicpiyinent, which, it is alleged, he will re commend to Congress. It is expected that the Army will be reduced to 100,000 men hy the A'ew year. OCrAti alarm of fire, about noon yester day stirred a portion of our citizens to the running point. The fire was discovered to be in the residence of Mr. Pedrick, dn Ana lomink Avenue. It was extinguished be- fore much damage was done. We have not learned how it originated. Democracy vs. the "Loyal Religion." Among the many "signs of the times," which indicate most unmistakably the un patriotic, immoral and wicked spirit which animates the leaders of the well-whipped faction which dishonors the good old name of Democracy, there is perhaps none more delivered at a meeting of the New School 8gkThe last Monroe Democrat, in a "wee bit ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 June 1865

1 Provisional Governors will soon be ap pointed for South Carolina, Alabani and Florida. There are at present 5,000 patients the military hospitals at .Hampton, Va The total number of National Banks throughout the country is 1,297. In some towns of Georgia c'hange is so scarce that eggs are used as currency. The Alabamian who offered a million dollars for the murder of Mr. Lincoln has been arrested. Mr. Lincoln's family horse, Bob, has been sold for S3.200 aud coes to tne Chiago Sinitary Fair. Une ot Sherman's "bummers." it is said, has bought a fine house on Fifth Avenue, N. Y. In his plea for pardon, ex-Vice-Pres dent Stephens is said to still insist on the righteousness and necessity of Slavery, Out of the G5 West Point graduates this year, more than three-fourths have applied lor commissions m the cavalry. uonieacratc prisoners are passing through fortress Monroe en route to their homes at the rate of 300 per day. The total capital of the National banks 'already established amou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 June 1865

MOXUOE COUKTY Mutual Fire Insurance Company. CHARTER PERPETUAL. Amount of Properly Inturcd 81,050,000, The rale of Insurance in Ibis Company is one dollar for every thousand dollars in sured, after which payment no further char es will be made, except to cover actual loss by fire that may la 11 upon nicmuers 01 me Company. The policies issued by this Company are perpetual, and aflortl the tullest security, with the larest economy and convenience This company will not issue Tanneries, Distilleries or Cabinet Shops. Annlications for Insurance may be made to cither of the .Managers, surveyors or Sec retary. MANAGERS. J. Dcpue Labar, Jacob Knecht, Richard S. Staples, John Edingcr, Silas L. Drake, Godlieb Auracher, Charles D. Brodhcad, Jacob Stouffer, Robert Boys, Theodore b'choch, Sra'l S. Drehcr, Thomas W. Rhodes, Stogdell Slokes, STOGDELL STOKES, President. & B. Dreiier, Secretary and Treasurer. Silas L. Drake, JSelchoir Sprajle, V Surveyors. F. A. Oppelt, The stated meeting of th...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 June 1865

.. ..ii. , . , , Ulu , t ' 1 . ;,, "?cuotc5 to politics, Citciatitre, agriculture, Science, JHoralitjj, anb cncral 2ntcIHg'cnrc. VOL. 24. Published by Theodore Schoch. - TBRM3-Tvvo dollars a voar lit ndvancc-and if no p.iid before the end of the'ycai, two dollars and fitly cts. will be charged. No paper discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor. iDAa-crtiscments of one square of (eigla lines) or less, one or three insertions 5 1 50. Earn additional Insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoition. JOB PEHRfTISG, OF ALL KINDS, Bxoooted ill the highest style of the Ail, and on tho most rcuson'tule terms. A Hint to Boys, tinder the heading, "A Good "Hoy Wanted," says the Agriculturist, a gen tleman of New York advertised in one of the daily papers. Upon entering his of fice the nest morning, there stood a crowd ot lorty or htty boys waiting to sec mm. All were strangers, and of course it was j cnJ03'inS nis fragrant Havana cigar, and rather difficult ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 June 1865

!)c Jcffersonian, THTT3SDAY. JTJiTE 29, 1865. OrJudgc Froi-t of the South Carolina delegation, in his address to President John- Bon, humblv confessed that fonr years ofj strife had convinced the South that 'Cotton is no longer King." ... OrT he Monroe County Agricultural So ciety will hold its Sixth Annual Fair, on the Grounds of the Society, at Stroudsburg, Pa., on the 3rd, 4lh, 5th, and Gth days of Octo ber next Appointment of Assessor. A Telegram to the Philadelphia In quirer, announces the appointment o Daniel Kalbfus to the office of Assessor of the 11th District Pa. Mr. Kalbfus resides at Mauch Chunk. 03" Wc have on several occasions, during the past few days, enjoyed the pleasure of a visit from Charles Welling, Esq , the able editor of the Long Island Farmer, who is on a visit to his friends in Stroudsburff. Bro ther W. is a very clever gentleman, and in his whole rout ensemble bears positive tes timony that other places, beside Stroudsburgj can boast the possession of goo'...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 June 1865

Tax-navers should remember that the law rcauircs five per ceut. to be added to all State aud County taxes uot paid by the 1st of August. rrtO TIIE NERVOUS, DEBILITATED i AND DESPONDEJNT UF JJOTt SEXES. A crrcat suffer having been re stored to health in a few days, after many Dears of misery, is willing to assist his su fering fellow-creatures by sending (free), on the receipt ot a postpaid addressed envelope a copy of the formula of cure employed. Direct to JUHN M. DAGNALL, Box 183 Post Office, Jan: 12, 65. om. Brooklyn, N. Y, TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS OF BOTI SEXES. W iccvcrcnu uenueman naving neon re stored to health in a few days, after under going all the usual routine and irregnlar expensive modes of treatment without success considers it his sacred duty to communicate to his afflicted fellow creatures the means o cure. Hence, on the receipt of an addressee; envelope, he will send (free) a- copy of the prescription used. jJireci to JJr. Jonn iu. .Yagnalh 18G Pulton Street Brooklyn, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 June 1865

MOXHOE COUNTY Mutual Fire Insurance Company. i3S,fl,AC5S,.SSJBE5 IS-ft-i, CHARTER PERPETUAL. AihQunl of Properly Insured 1,050,000. The rate of Insurance in this Company s one dollar for every thousand dollar.-? in sured, after which payment no further char-" geb frill be made, except to cover actual loss Cv fire that may fall upon members of the Company. The policies issued by this Company are perpetual, and afford the fullest security, with the largest economy and convenience. This company will not issue Tanneries, Distilleries or Cabinet Shops. Applications for Insurance may be made to cither of the Managers, Surveyors or Sec retary. . MANAGERS. J. Depuc Labar, Jacob Knecht, itichard S. Staples, John Edmgor, Silas L. Drake, Godlieb Anrachcr, Charles D. Brodhcad, Jacob Slouffcr, Robert Bovs, Theodore Schoch, Sm'l S. Dreher, Thomas V. Rhodes, Stogdcll Stokes, STOGDELL STOKES, President, th B. Dreher, Secretary and Treasurer. Silts L. Drake, ffelchoir Spragle, Surveyor. T. A. Oppelt...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 July 1865

Hi THE JEFFERSON 1' Btwtcb to politics, literature, Agriculture, &ttntl, Jttoratita, dixit Mineral Mdligeri'tX VOL. 24. STROUDSBTJRG, MONROE COUNTY, PA JULY 13, 1865; NO. I'9; """''M''""''""'''C''''"'''''"'''""' Published by Theodore Schoclu TRRt3 Two dollarsaycar in advance ami if no aid before the end of the yeaj, two dollars and fitly ts. will be charged. No piper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, bicep tat the option of the Editor. IOWlvcrtisemcuts of one square of (eight lines) or Jtt, one or three insertions $1 50. Each additional nertioR, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, Ixeetted in the highest style of the Art, and ontlie most rcason-ible terms. Death of the C. & A. The following is popular in the army, nd will be recognized by many of the returning veterans : Died, near the Southsidc Railroad, on Sunday, April 9th 18G5, the Southern j be reasonably supposed that this prospec Concdcracy, aged four years. Conceiv,- live wealth...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 July 1865

Ai 1. J " IB I Ull ii 1 Scffcvsonitm, X'SUSSDAY. JULY 13, 1865. David Bycrson, Esq., Newton, N. J., for thirty-six years President of the Sus sex Bnuk, resigned that position, and Pavid Thompson, Esq., was elected by the Directors his successor. The Vermont Union State Convention, on "Wednesday of last week, nominated Paul Dillingham, of Waterbury, fo Governor. The Democrats have a candi date, hut as he is in not the last danger of being elected, his name is unimport ant. -J u The Fourth of July was enthusiast! cally celebrated in all parts of the country. The principal celebration was at the bat tlefield of Gettysburg. General Howard aenvcrca an oration, and a letrcr was read from President Johnson. General Meade was present and took part in the festivities. Accident. We regret to lcaru that a serious acci dent befel our old friend John Palmer, on .Monday last. He was taking to the Depot a load of wool, and unfortunately loll from the top of the same to, the ground, which resulted ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 July 1865

Oyer's- Cherry PectoraL ' FOR THE RAPID CURE OP Couqhs, Colds, Influenza. Hoarseness, t, Consump- Croup ,J3ron ch it is, In cw icn t iion, and for the relief of Consumptive Patients xn advancedslagcs of thc dis- case. So wide is the field of its usefulness and bo numerous are the cures, that almost eve ry section ot country abounds in persons pub licly known, wno nave been restored from a larmjng and even desperate diseases of the lupgs by its use. When once tried, its su' periorny over every other expectorant is apparent. 10 escape observation, and wJiere 1 f C VTff lino r 7 rt nnn fits n lftttn-Ai. , ut iviiuw, uib puu io . .ui. iiu&iuim wnac antmoie 10 employ tonne uis employ for the dis- IcSuof ouVct ior remedies thrust tressing and dangerous afTe monafy organs that are incident mates While many inferior upon the community have failed aiid been dircarded, this has gaihed friends by every trmij-conierrcu bencnts on uie alllicted they can never forjret, and produced cures too ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 July 1865

MONROE COUNTY Mutual Fire Insurance Company CHARTER PERPETUAL. Amount of Properly Insured Sl.050,000 The rate of Insurance in this Company h one dollar for every thousand dollars in ftnr which Davmcntno further char ges will be made, except to cover actual loss by fire that may fall upon members ot ine Company. The policies issued by this Company are perpetual, and afford the fullest security, with the largest economy and convenience. This company will not issue Tanneries, Distilleries or Cabinet Shops. Applications for Insurance may be made to cither of the Managers, Surveyors or Sec retary. MANAGERS. J. Dcpue Labor, Jacob Knecht, Richard S. Staple?, John Edinger, Silos L. Drake, Godlicb Anracher, Charles D. Brodhcad, Jacob SloufTcr, Robert Boys, . Theodore Schoch, Sm'i S. Dreher, Thomas W. Rhodes, Stogdcll Stokes, STOGDELL STOKES, President. t. 71. Dreher, Secretary and Treasurer. Eilaa L. Drake, l Jdelchoir Spragle, Surveyor. F. A. Oppelt, ) 03n The elated meeting of the board of...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 July 1865

THE JEFFERSONI AN. -7 Sfuotcir to politics, literature, 2lgrtattaire, 0cie'nce, JHoraiiia, aua eneral JtateUigertri. VOL. 24. STROUDSBURG, MONROE GOUNTY, PA JULY 20, 1865; NO. 207 Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Tivo dollars a year in advance and if no paid before the end of the yea-i, two dollars and fitfy ot. will be charged. ' No paper discontinued until all arreaiagcs are paid. , iry.Vivectisemcnts of one square of (eight lines) or j it, one or three insertions $1 50. Each additional, ?itcrtion, SO cents. Longer :r ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OP ALL KINDS, Itectttdin the highest style of the Ail, and on the most rcasontDie terms. I'LL BE TRUE. By the golden summer air, By the rose and lily rare. By" the beauty everywhere. Do I swear that I'll be true, For the love I bear to you. In the silence of the night, When the stars are glowing bright Ween the moon's soft silvery light Beams upon my weary sight. Then to you will I be true For the love I bear to you. When the stor...

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