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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 February 1854

r " ' ... .. t Sljc 3cffcrsonian. Thursday, tVbrnary 23, S 85-11 J We are indebted to Senator Ihoadhoad. Cooper and Douglass, and Mr. Dawson of the House of Representa tive1-, for several important papers. JUt" A report has been in circulation for some time pat, that the billsof the Public Stock Rmk. of 13clvidero, Now Jersey, were selling at 10 per cent, did count. This report is contradicted by the State Treasurer, of New Jersey, lie This town, which in the Schuylkill coal region is fast rivalling Poltsvillc mvsrze and importance, is showing uurntstcakca ble sijnis of joahcadi:-m. An increase iu the shipment of coal from that point, to the extent of 500,001) tons is calculated unon for the coming season. Three bun dred new houses arc to be built this 3-car. Besides, we see that Senator Hendricks. of Schuylkill county, has a bill before the Legislature to incorporate the Tamaqua Gas Company. Crap of Lcmmons.lYv. Spcer, of Mel- !onil!e, Fla., has rai.-ed 20,000 lemmous from 50 trees...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 February 1854

it. w -I '4 - Jury lLit for Fcb'yTcrjsE, 1S54. OCT" Cojirt commenced on Monday the 27th inst. at 10 o'clock a. m. . Grand Jurors. m Stroudsburg. Vcler H in ton and Peter Bus!; irk. Stroud Franklin Starhird, Joseph Lee, I'eter Metzgar, and George Heflard. Smilficld John Hoffman, Jr. John Ycisly, Henry Brotzman, and Andrew Bush. AT. Smitficld Martin O. Mosier, Jo!m Fi sher, and William Houey. Hamilton Geo. K. Slutter. Jolin Shiffer. Pocono Thus. M'llhaney, Peter Tranaue. Eldrcd David Barlip, Michael Christman. Paradise Amos Groner, Simon March. Chesnuthiil Peter Kresge. Price Christian Yea key. Ross Joseph Altetnose. Petit Jurors. Stroudsburg John Wolf, Davis D. Waf ton. Murk Miller, and Charles Andre. Polk Jacob Doiter, Aaron Serfass, Joseph G ruber, John Ruff. Eldred Joseph Frable, Charles Berber. Stroud Vancura Bush, Benjamin Arndt, jjaniel Walter, Joseph Strunk. Poeono Peter Learn, Joseph Burry, Wil liam Albertson. Jltiss Joseph Starncr. Price William Pnre. Hamilton John Keller, J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 February 1854

Agricultural. From ffitT&ennaritmcn Telegraph. fiovcr Sccd--E.p&rinctttSi ?rr. Editor: Experiments have con vinced tne that in sow ing clover seed, there i. great danger of covering it to deep. "When the seed is sowed and covered in with a heavy, loug-toothed harrow, as it invariaLty is, in some sections, it is not on!' possible, but very probable that no Mnall portion of the quantity applied, tails to come up in consequence of the jircat depth at which it is placed beneath the sin face. Without detailing my own expf ricnee, permit mc to present the fol lowing extract from a late paper, prom- however, that the results given. though arrived at by a more exact and methodical process, agree, precisely, in the main, with my own: 'Experiments performed in England, have shown that clover seed docs best when but slightly covered, or very, near the surface of the cart'4. Thirteen com partments or beds were sown, the seed in each successive bed being hurried a quar ter of an incli de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 March 1854

Hicuotcb to politics, itcvaturc, Igvicnlture, Science, iitoralitn, anb cncral JTixtcIligcncc. V ! VOL- W. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. -MARCH 2, 1354. NO 17. Published y Theodore feeltocli. 1JCK.M& iwonouars per annum in advance Two nouars anu a quarter, nail yearly and if not paid b tore the end of the vear.Two dollars nmi i.-.ir No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor. Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten lines) will be msertetUhree wrcks lor one dollar, and tw enty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The cnarge tor one and three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to yearlv adrertiscrs. lET" All letters addressed to the Editor must be poht paid. JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type. vc are prepared to executcevery description of se&w 3pmsssris?3rssra Cards, Oirculirs.Uill Head, Notes. Blank Receipts Justices, Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets, 4c....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 March 1854

l)c Scffcrsonian. Thursday, March 2, 1 851. Preaching. Rev. J. Miller, will preach in th Presbyterian Church, in this plnce, on Sunday morning at half past ten o'clock, the fifth of March. Mad Dogs! During the past two weeks quite a large numher of dog.q, hogs and cattle, laboring under a fit of hydrophobia have died in Chesnutbill, Pocono and Stroud townships, which has caused considerable alarm and consternation among the citi zens of those townships. "We were informed yesterday that one or two persons had been bitten by a dog in his mad career through part of Chest nuthill. These facts are startling, and every citizen of the county should at once secure or kill his dog, which will preveut the spread of this most excrutiating'mal- Court. The February term of the Monroe coun ty Courts commenced on Monday last. There arc a large number of persons in attendance, many as suitor?, witnesses, &c, and others to see and be seen. The Grand Jury returned a number of true bills, a report...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 March 1854

From tlic Evening Bulletin. OUTRAGEOUS BURGJLARY. Frightful Conflict with the Vil- m iains. f ROBERS WOUNDED. Oar readers will doubtless remember a desperate encouuter with five black bur glars, which occurred about four years inee, at the house of Mr. Win. Wright, 173 South Ninth street, below Lombard. Mr. Wright was badly injured at that time ana tor a Jong while his recovery -was aeemcct doubtful. Since that event Mr. Wright has adopted 'extraordinary i : . jtucuuuiiuns against similar occurrences, -among which was having a bell placed at the head of his bed, and so arranged that the back door of his dwelling could not 3)c opened without causing it to ring. About two o clock this morning, Feb ruary 1 8th, Mr. Wright was awoke by the ringing of the bell, and knowing at once that the rear door had been opened, he ammediatey dressed himself and went down stairs inio his dining room. Before going down he armed himself with a six barrelled revolver, and a sort of javelin formed of a p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 March 1854

3qrtculiuvak I'Vow t")c Kaincbcc Journal. Agriculture Hs Position and' Claims. Agriculturo id as old as man, a nd tv.itc aa honest; it is the parent of the tuts, anil has never given its children btoncs for eggs; ithascd and clothed ev ery nation and tribe and individual of the human race, from Adam downwards; and never has grumbled, never has fallen hhort of its promise?, and never has be trayed its trust. The fine arts, painting, sclupture and architecture, have had their dawn, their day millennial glory, and their decliuo, but agriculture has grown ttrong and old, amid their vicissitude-; many of the useful and. ornamental arts have been lost, but tho earth has never forgotten to bring forth corn. Amid all the ravages of time and the wrecks of em pires, the convulsions of the physical world and the turmoils in the political, tho earth has yielded up her treasures with no niggard hand, with no sullen look, and what is better thau all, it is more ac tive, more vigorous, more capabl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 March 1854

--r jyt.., JlJJUL'UWtJW.'t'gga Scubtcb to ipoiitirs, literature, Agriculture, -Seieuee, Jttoralitg, nub eueral intelligence. g&mm temim m ds &ms&m &s mm wma "mm mmm mmrn mm$$? mm? shbh in esssa ss , - . VOL- 14. Published fy Theodore Seaioch. TERMS Two dollars -1 tvo dollars per annum in advance Two !i quarter, half yearly- and if not paid le- dollars and : tforc t.ic end of the year. two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, excoftT. at the option of the Editor. ID Advertisements not exceeding one square' (ten lilies) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar, and XWeftty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. Tho charge for one and three insertion? tho same. A liber al discount made to ycarlv adrei tiers. JET All letters .iddressed to the Editor must bo post paid. .3 O PRE NTI AT G. tr Having n general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prcnai ed to cxeeuteevery desctiptionof " -J Curtis, Chcnl ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 March 1854

I)C iJcffcvsonian. CThe llev. J. Miller, will preach atrain at the Presbyterian Church, iu this phce, on Sunday nest, the 12th inst. at half past ton in the forenoon, and at three o'clock in the afternoon. The WrigfetBMrgiarSt The Frederick (Mil.) Examiner saysx On Monday morning Mr. David F. Watcher, oonstal le, aided by Mr. Johu Lyctb, i-tonc cutter, who directed suspi cion to the parties, arrested two men, calling themselves Thomas Anderson and John Key, and said they were Scotch men, on suspicion of having been accom plices in the late desperate bunrlary at the house of Mr. William Wriiht, in Philadelphia. The officer, accompanied by Mr. Lye ih and Mr. Henry Bender, in a small spring wagon, overtook the prisoners at Musscr's tavern, about two and a half miles wett of this citv, on the Ilagcr.-town turnpike, and offered them a ride, which they readily accepted. The party then went to Ilagan's tavern, about half a mile further on, where the arrest took place. It. appeared in evide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 March 1854

7 ti If 1 f treasurer s OF Sale Notice is heieby given, that agreeably to nn art of General Assembly of the Common wealth tf Pennsylvania, passed the 13ih day of March, 1815, entitled an "Act to amend the act entitled an act directing the mode o selling Unseated Lands for Taxes and other purposes," and of an Act passed I3ih day of March, 1817, "a lurthor supple ment to'ati Act to amend the Act entitled act directing the mode of selling Unseated Lands for taxes and other purposes," by ' Actof General Assembly passed the day of March, in the year of our Lord 1817, entitled "an act in relation to the sales ol Unseated Lands in the several counties this Commonwealth, the following tracts land will be sold at public vendue, on the Second Monday of Jmse next, at the Court House in Stroudsburg, in county of Monroe, for arrearages of raxes due, and the costs accrued on each lot re spectively. CooTbaugli township No. Warrantees. Acres Per. Tax due Li7 Able John 400 14 20 168 A null Jacob 4i)...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 March 1854

f - TUaig 5 , . , jTMrT iFM"ii The Atmospheric ami iisSEccts itnsu Lifts A very interesting lecture was deliver tll Dr. Griscom at the New York Me t Ii tiiif3 Institute, on the 'IuGucnee of Yir in connection with Animal Life." i r.e of tbcni would he surprised to hear that they lived at the bottom of an inl ine nsc ocean of air fifty miles deep; yet ;t v as so, and the color of this occan; v. huh is called the atmosphere, is a deep i. ruli an blue. To preceive this it was m ccsary to be able to sec at once the wli.-h- volume, and also on a calm and U ar day, for no color could be perceived if -mi in small quantities, or when there -vi ;is t-iihr "wind or haziness. In like rininer the color of water could not be ecu in small quantities, and was only rco-tihlc where there was a vast ex- 1 t;5e of ocean. The air was also a sub- tai,te capable of condensation and ex 1 nu'-ion. Its expansion was seen in the w.nds, by which .ships were made to trav- tive the ocean, and also in windmills T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 March 1854

, " " 1 -r Scuotcl to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitu, anh eneral Intelligence, VOL- 14. Wctwj m .tp -.f Z'ifblislicd by Theodore Sclsorh. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, Jiuif yearly and if not paid bc lorc t!ie end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. H7 Advertisements not execcdinf one square (ten lines) will be inserted three weeks (or one dollar, and iivcnty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to yearlv advertisers. hr All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. SOS PRINTING. Having a Roncral assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, w e are prepared to cxecutee very description of Crds, Oircul irs. Rill Heads, Notes. Ulank Receipts Justices, Leg il and other lllr.nks, Pamphlets, Scc. printed with neatness and despatch, on reaso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 March 1854

iC Scffcvsoninn. '1 Ik- Whi" State Convention for the Mi 1 t.-.i r .1 ri.nmissionor. anu uuugu ul, ...., . . i . 1 1iriMslmrT vis- lj'im' v oan, hil-i " - o j t-uKiy TIic nominnlion for Governor . I - between Hon. James Pollock, ot N i tlni'nberland, Gen. William Lari- ot Allegheny, auu wi. jumu vi. uu, oi uentre. nor anui wih- -..fr, Mr. Sellers, of Juniata, 31 r. Stur : -.ai.t, of Wyoming, and several others, i i- u-i n named. . M.'i.'i3ichiy Accident. fon man, by the name of John King, I j 3 thr Delaware Lackawanna & Acst T'i Ruhoad was killed at a cut near v !r- iV,-, on Saturday last, by the de . i.t f ;i 'nrgebody of earth, lie former - ult'l in the vicinity of Port Jervis, re 1 o v. as taken for interment. We deeply with his afiiiclcd pa ,u 1 with that young and affectionate p. t whom he was married hut a few . ii.ee. 1 ! V Tt!l. th. (ity. The consolidated City i Ipbia extends from Darby creek s nth to Poquessing creek on the i distance of twenty -two mile?, and S'buylkii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 March 1854

In obedience to an order of the Court, the Sheriff publishes the following; SAMUEL ALLEN, Sheriff: Sheriffs Office, Philadelphia, : AW"ch4f 1854 oamnci cshowaker, Jacob K. Bifcbinjr, Henry Bis liing, Charles Bisbing, Ing ham Bisbing, George L. Ro berts and Rebecca his wife, formerly Rebecca Bisbing ; Julius Drucourt and . Sarah his wife, formerly Sarah Bis bing; J. Robison Elder and Anna his wife, formerly An na Bisbing; Mary Jane Bis binrr; . and Eva his In the Court of C o in in o n Pleas fur the City &. Coun ty of Philadel phia, of March Term, IS54, No. 10. Bill to per petuate testi mony of the title of com plainant to a wife, formerly Eva Bisbing: tract of Land and Mary his wile, ! in Uwynedd formerly Mary Bisbing; ( tsp. Montgom- and Sidncv his wife, former- cry County. ly Sidncv Bisbing; Ann Bis Pennsylvania, bing; Jacob Bisbinr; William adjoining land of David San ders, George Englc, Jesse Castncr, the heirs of Daniel Levering, de ceased, & Geo. Bisbing; George Bisbin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 March 1854

.!' Il'll.llg " agriruUivnit Cn t for Crack in Horses5 Hoofs The Farm Journal says, ouv friend :i 4i tT t Bell, Esq., of Blair county, sends u the following remedy for hoof crack: When the crack opens aud makes the Lor e lame, take a piece of light hoop i 1011, six or seven inches long, aiul punch six cr eight holes in it, so that three or tour mavcome on each side of the crack, anl t it to the hoof as near the hair as the uli-l part of the hoof will permit. i lave the opposite foot held up by an as-M-iaiU, and fasten the plate to its place in a workmanlike manner, with good serf As about three-sixteenths of an inch i i J M'h. The holes for the screws should be made in the hoof with a small spvig mg awl. If properly done the horse can be ul her ridden or worked without limp ing. But to make the cure perfect, a sore mVt le made at the lop of the hoof '.hro the hair commences, which maybe Vr.e with an inch chisel, gaurded so a not to rut too deep. A little poke root or fonit thing els...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 March 1854

1' 'fi 'P 5)cu0tcJr to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, jSToraliiw, anh eueral intelligence. VOL. u. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MARCH 23, 1854. NO 20. Published by Theodore SdiOCh. "Many a young lady who objects to be TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two kissed under the Mistletoe, has DO obl'ec oollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- . . , , loie the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. tlon to bo kissed under the rose. A stu- No papers di5rontiniicd until all arrearages arc paid, 1 . , . , . except at the optson of the Editor. pid compositor made an error in the a- IO Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten . . . ., , ,,, , . , lines) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and D0VC, rendering it to Say, "has HO ODJGCt-twcnty-five cents for evrrv subsequent insertion. The . . , , . , , , ,, charge for one and three insertions the same. A liber- 10ns to OC Kissed under the 11QSC. al discount made to yearlv adveitisers. I . ' Itjp A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 March 1854

l)c 2c(fcrsoninn. Thursday, Kan Si 23, 185-1. House of Refuge. A ropy of the 24lh Annual. Report of tho Board of Managers of the Philadel phia House of Refuge, has been received nt tliis Office. The number of inmates in xw several departments on the first of Jaiij 113 last, was3G4; received during the isir 37G. Total expenses during the car were $27,257. Thomas P. Cope is the President of this institution. ' It is mentioned, as a singular coinci that Jacob Peters of Philadelphia, and A Wourt, of Trenton, N. J., two ohl !n Map-o proprietors and mail contractors, who i.aie hem in partnership for many years both ti ed last week, within a day of each other. 7".t Prcsitlency. The Eastonian, at K.st n, Pa., has hoisted the name of Mil ' . 1 Fillmore of New York, as the next U Lig candidate for the Presidency. The l.-M n Whig has. raised the name of Ab- t I. .;vreac, of Mass. lif vcaus Commissioners. 1 i.c Harrisburg Union says: The board of He ci. ue Commissioners is now in session, .ksJ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 March 1854

mi i . WW I i II I III II ' ' " ; . .Ill , il II., I , I I til 1 Kolicc in Domestic Allaclinieiit. Charles Keifer ) In the Court of Com- vs Vmnn Pleas of Monroe Jbamuel 15. Keifer ) County. Whereas the Court of Ciimmnn Pi Monroe county, lias a anointed Jul of the Borough of Stroudsburg, Peter Snyder ui ouersviue, and Tlios. M. McIIhcaney, lanncrsville. in said of the Estate of Samuel B. Keifer. late of said coun ty, under proceedings in domestic attachment at the suit of Charles Keifer, this is therefore to notify and require all persons indebted to me said bamuel B. Keifer, or holding prop erty belonging to him, to pay and deliver all such sums of money, and property due and belonging to said Samuel to the said trustees; and all creditors of said Samuel are hereby requested to present their respective accounts or demands. JOHN EDINGER. Stroudsburn-. PETER SNYDER, Snydersvillc. THOrf. M. McILHEANEY, Tan nersville Trustees. March 23, 1354. Ow. Slimiinislrator's Notice. Notice is here...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 March 1854

qvicuit upaL ill Herges Cor, iu liia American Yelcr.navian thus speaks of this disease: Youuir hordes arc wore liable to (hi ili.Hoase than old ones. It docs not ccu (o be contagious, yet when it is in a large Hock of horses, many are liable to be af lccted before it can be cradicted. It is tdowin its progrc-s, but in its effects on thoo attacked, 'and in attacking others, in this wav, it will sometimes remain on a place several years. Some say this disease i caused by blind teeth, which should be removed. " English writers do not speak of this diaeasc. It is unknown in the Northern states. It prevails in the South and in some sections of the West. It is iT'o.-t prevalent in new countries, and usu ally stacks horse that run at large and hc in the woods. Si'MPTONS. The fir3t appcarenee of the disease is an enlargement of the troni of the in ad, between tie eyes and nostrils. I his unnatural bulk contiuues to increase with creator or less rapidity in different subject. After the horse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 March 1854

NS? fegg i feg m Skuoteb to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitn, nub lateral intelligence VOL. u. STROUDSBURG3 MOInTROE COUNTY, PA. MARCH SO, 135-1. NO 21. Published by Theodore Scho?h. TERMS Two liollRrs per nnnuiit in advance Two ct.illars aiVl a quarter, half yeailv and if not paid be lotc the end of the year. Two dolhus and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. HIT Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten lines) will be inser'ed three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents fr every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and three insertion!- the same. A liber al discount made to ycarlv advertisers. 1C7 All letters addressed to the Editor must be postpaid. JOB PRINTING. Jlav ing a general assortment oflargc, elegant, plain awl ornamental Type, w e are prepared to cxccutecverydcsriiptionof tjards, Oiioulus, Dill Head, Notes. Hlank Receipts Jjiir.p.s LclmI and other Ilisnks, Pamphlets, Vc. prin...

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