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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 September 1865

OIIc jTcffcvsonian, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1865. 1 lOH AUDITOH GENERAL, MAJ.-GEN. JOHN F. HARTRANFT, OF 310NTG03IERY COUNTY. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, COL. JACOB M. CAMPBELL, OF CAMBRIA COUNTY. JSgTThc Hon. George R. Barrett was re-nominated for President Judge of th 22ud Judicial District, by the Democrat ic Conference, which was held at Strouds burg, ou the 25th inst. For ten years Mr. B. baa served the District in the capacity of Judge with credit to himself and to the satisfaction o the people, as a unanimous renomination fully attests. JD7Mr. Levi Slutter, met with a scri ons accident, at the Woolen Factory, naw in course of erection, at the lower ond o town, on Wednesday last. He was cross iug the joice cn the secoud story, stepped upon a plank which gave way, and in the fall struck on the joice below, bruising his back seriously. E3?"lhc fourth Annual Fair of the Wayne County Agricultural Society, comes off ou the grouuds of the Society, near Honesdalc, on the 3d, 4th, and 5th o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 September 1865

mo THE NERVOUS, DEBILITATED X AND UJUSl'UJNDEJNT UJJ- JJUii: REXES. A great suffer having- been re Stored to health in a few days, after many Dears of misery, is willing 10 assist ins sui fering fellow-creatures by sending- (free), on the'receipt of a postpaid addressed envelope a copy of the formula 01 cure employee. Direct to JOHN W. DAGNALL, Box 183 Post Office, Jan. 12, 65. 5m. Brooklyn, N. Y, iTfcOYOU WISH TO BE CURED? JL' DR. BUCHAN'S English Specific Pills cure in less than 30 days, the worst basyscf Nervousness, Impotency, Premature Decay, Seminal Weakness, Insanity, and a Urinary, Sexual. Nervous Affections, no inatter from what cause proiiuceu. rrice, One Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by mail, 'on receipt of an order. Address JAMES S. BUTLER, Station D. Bible House, '1 New York. karcU';17, 1SGL communicated. Pulmonary Consumption a Curable Dis- r case ! ! ! A CARD. TO CONSUMPTIVES. . The undersigned having- been restored to health in a few weeks, hy a very simple rem cdy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 September 1865

'is, ,. :io:;roe cohty Signal Fire Insurance Coiopanyi . EST A 335,3533 EB 3-i2, ' CHARTER PERPETUAL. Amount of Property Insured 1,050,000. The rate of Insurance in this Company is one dollar for every thousand dollnrs in h'tireil, aficr which payment no further char ges will be mridc, except to cover actual loss by fire that may fail upon members of the Company. The policies issued by this Company are perpetual, ami 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 Labar, Jacob Knecht, Richard S. Staples, John Edinger, Silas L. Dm I;c, Godlieb Auracher, Charles D. Brcdhcad, Jacob Stoulfer, Robert Boys, Theodore b'choch, Sni'l S. Drelicr, Thomas W. Rhodes, StoydclfStokcs, STOGDELL STOKES, President. S. B. Drkher, Secretary and Treasurer. Silas L. Drake, lUelchoir Spraglc, Surveyors. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 October 1865

iTrfft i S3cuotc& ta politics, literature, Agriculture, Stitna, iHoralitu, auir cncral intelligence. VOL. 24. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA OCTOBER 5, 1865. NO. 81 Published lv Theodore Schoeh . TERl-Tvo dollars a year in advancc-and if no I frit . . - I ol In -c u in! nifi JOS PRINTING, of ah kinds, ..ti .. tsjest.tje of the An..nd onthe m Romance in Real Life. Amnnir llio rvisps nPfUvnrrn lipflirn Jiilrrr Allison, a year ago, (ay. the i'hiladelphia - to . - INortn -imerican.) was tnai oi a person wno was married to a lady of whom he grow .-. . . . J b. wnnnr innknhm nrr.iwn U'P' rit nt nnrr nc ,v,-..j. " t-,'" " ..v- v- mm .vi.ii.i.v,Uo u..u, mui little reluctance, permitted him to obtain a divorce , 2. He very soon afterwards married a . "a live rose-bud." He didn tttt first fomale feci the thorns, but was not long in discover- j ' .i . . . , .. inc that he held a dangerous prtze. The ! The ! after marriage showed her true colors. slightest deviation from her orders was fol ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 October 1865

5L, Ijc cffcvsouian, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1865. tfeteis State Ticket foh audituii ge:ci:kal, " MAJ.-&EN. JOHN ?. HATwTKAlJFT, Or MONTGOMERY COUNTY. roil SURVEYOR GENERAL, COL. JACOB M. CAMPBELI OF CAMBRIA COUNTY. . COirET PaOCEEDINS. . CONTINUED.. . Commonwealth vs. Oliver D. Smith. IndictniQnt for rape, on oatlr of Elizabeth Smith,. afyrttiWed'i'-rjBricfe'of not guilty. Commonwealth vs. George Van Horn, Indictment Tor an assault with intent to commit a rape. Verdict not guilty, and the Prosecutrix, Mary Ellen Fallcr to pay oue half the costs, and George Van lorn the other half. Commonwealth vs. Alfred Shug, Drake Hallcck, Theodore Ilalleck, and David Huntsman. Indictment for riot and as sault and battery. Nolle Prosequi enter cd as to David Huntsman. The Jury fouud the defendants not guilty of the first count in the Indi.ctm.ent.and guilty of the second. The assault and battery was committed on Ezra Marvin, a drun Z&-S0LDIERS ! before you vote on next Tuesday5 read on the o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 October 1865

MHO -THE NERVOUS, DEBILITATED SEXES. A great suffer having been re stored lb health in a few days, after many ' r Ml . I Dears 01 misery, is wining-10 assist ins sui fering fellow-creatures by sending (free), on - .. rt . -"I ll 1 1 the receipt Qt a posipam auurcsseu envelope a copy tif the formula ot cure employed. Direct to JOHN M. DAGNALL, Box 183 Post Office, Jan. 12, Go. 5m. Brooklyn, N. Y. T0 YOU WISH TO BE CURED? XJ DR. BUCHAN'S English. Specific Pills cure in less than 30 days, the worst cases ot ixcrvousncss, Inipotency, Premature Decay, Seminal Weakness, Insanity, and al Urinary. Sexual. Nervous Affections, no matter from what cause produced. Price Ono "Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by mail, on rcceint of an order. Address, JAMES S. BUTLER, Station D. Bible House, New York. March 17, 1SG4. COMMUNICATED. almonary Consumption a Curable Bis ease i i i TO A CARD. COtNSUMPTIVES. prcscripti A. WILSON. The undersigned having been restored to health in a few weeks, by a voir Sim...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 October 1865

&ry .V--.;s'yr5. 5'k MONKOE COUNTY ftiutsial Fire Insr.raiicc Company. ESTABS-SSHSEBJ ISM, CHARTER PERPETUAL. Amount of Property Insured 1,050,000. The rate of Insurance in this Company ic one dollar for every thousand dollars in fliired, after which payment no further char ges will be made, except to cover actual loss by lire that may fall upon members of the Company. .The policies issued by this Company are perpetual, and afford the fullest security, rith 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 ?.laiii.gers, Surveyors or Sec retary. Managers .t. Dopue Labar, Jncob Knecbt, Richmd S. Staples, John Edingcr, Silas L. Drake, Godlieb Aurachcr, Charles D. Brodhead, Jacob SloufTer, Rdfiert Bovs, Theodore Schoch, Bm'J S. Drehcr, Thomas W. Rhodes, . Stopdell Stokes, : ' STOGDELL STOKES, President. & R. Dreher, Secretary and Treasurer. Silas L. Drake, ) Liclchoir...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 October 1865

f Scuotci to Ipolitics, literature, Agriculture,, Science, iHoralitn, ait cncral SutcUigcua. Vol. u. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA OCTOBER n, 1865. NO. 321 ' "' ' " " ' '" 1 ' f Published by Theodore Sehoch. v TERU-5-Two dollars a year in ndl-ancc-and if no j SrrwiUbechVrkcd. , , ,, No paper discontinued until all arreatages are paid, cxcciuat the option of tlic Editor miri hnrnm ihn ti nr t in rc:u. mo uoimrs aim lit ILA Ivcrtisemcnts oi J'U"''--ui iiyi.i iiiicm ur Jes. oncor three inseriions 1 au. bach additional 3ertin, SO cents. Longer ones in propoition JOB PStStfTiNG, r OF ALL KINDS, txeoBtei in the highest style of the Ail.and on the most rcasorfiblc terms. In the School House. Surely God the Lord was with us, In-the school-house just up there; Did you hear the little children Lisping such sweet words of prayer? All without a heavenly halo, And within a throne of light Where the King, with hosts of angels, Came to see the wond'rous sight; Came to hear them tell the story, Of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 October 1865

I)c Scffcvsoman, . THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1865. 3 Great sale of Lumber at Easton. on the 21st inst. Sec advertisement in another column. -. " JC-Sevcral droves of fine Sheep passed through this place, during last week, on thoir way to market. JBsFWc were shown by our neighbor, Pclor "Williams, Esq , a few days ago two pears, grown on a dwarf tree not two feet high, one of which weighed one pound and the other fourteen ounces. They were perfect beauties. Mr. "W. had for gotten the name of the pear. .g. S0nc of the features of the Fair was the turn-out of our friend, and whilom Brothor-Chip, Dr. E. Ilalliday, of Mil ford. His family team were neat and fast specimens of horse-flesh, and his po- ny-teara could hardly be beaten by the .result of many a days' search. It must -be comfortable after a decent from the toilsome Editorial tripod to be able to en ter upou the enjoyment of such luxuries A Comfortable Reflection. Chestnut Coal sells at the Stroudsburg Depot at 89 and Stove Coal, at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 October 1865

Accounts from Tennessee show that the guerilla bands which are still organized in that region are engaged in a terrible work of outrage and murder in cold blood, and indiscriminate plunder and robbery are the order of the day in some quatcrs. It seems as though these rebels need a little more of milhtnry rule to arrest them m their murder ous work. MARRIED. On Thursday, Oct. 5, at the M. E. Parsonage,. Stroudsburg, b liev. W. J. Paxson, Silas Hanna, of Middle Smith field," and Catharine Walter, of Lower Smithficlu. On the same day by the same, John Arnt.and Susan Shaw, both of Coolbaugh. On the same day by the same, Allen Keller, and Catharine Conner, both of Paradise. .May 25th, lSGo, by F.Dutot, Esq, Sam ucl Williams of Hamilton township, Mon roe Co. Pa., and Amy Kirkuff, of Sus quehanna Co., Pa. y the same, Sept. 2, 18G5, Mr. Sam uel Lambert, and Susan Hunt, both of Northampton, Co., Pa. By the same. Sept. 24th, 18G5, Peter Mitchel, and Mary Stephenson both of Stroud township, Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 October 1865

:, M 02s HOE COUNTY SJul'.iai Fire Ensurancc Company JESyASKMSIHEB 2 3 3, CHARTER PERPETUAL. AnyoutH of Properly Imurcd 1,050,000, The rale of Insurance in this Company ix.tonc dollar for every thousand dollars in surcd. after which payment no further char "os will be made, except to cover actual loss hy Ore thai may fall upon members ol the Co in pan v. lThc policies issued by this Company are perpetual, and ulloru uic iuuesi security with the largest economy and convenience This comnanv will not issue Tanneries, Distilleries or Cabinet Shops. "Applications for .Insurance may bemad to either of the Managers, Surveyors or Sec roturv. MANAGERS. J. Depue LaLar, Jacob Kneciit, Richard S. Stanley John Edicr, Silas L. Drake,' Godlieb Anracher, Charlos p. Brodhead, Jacob Slouffer, Robert Boys, Theodore Schoch, Sin,'! S. Drchcr, Thomas V. Rhodes, :. Siogdcl! Stohos, STOGDELL STOKES, President. , E. B. Drchkr, Secretary and Treasurer. Silas L. Dralo, i ftle'Schoir Sproglc, Surveyors. F. A. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 October 1865

Tl 1 1 p 1 1 J AJ H5HE JDcuotcir -to politics, literature, Agriculture Sricncc, iltoralit (tub (General 3ntclligext& VOL. 24. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA OCTOBER !93 185- NO. 33. Published by. Theodore Schoch. TERUS-T w o dollars a yrar in auvancc-and ir no paid before the end of the yesu, two dollars and fitly ots. will bo charged. .... ..I JOS PRINTING, of all kinds, ermitrJ in till hiirhpsl. slvln nf thf A rl . nd on tliB most reasorriole terms. LET THE ANGELS IN. Open wide the door, mother, And let the angels in: They are so bright and fair, mother, So pure and free froth sin. 1 hear them speak my name, mother, They softley whisper, "Cornel" t) ! Ifet the angels hi, mother, They Wail to take rne home. I know that death has come, mother, His hand is on my brow; You canot keep me here, mother Yes, I must leave ycu now. The room is growing1 dark, mother I thought I heard 3'o-i weep; Tis very sweet io die, mother, Like sinking into sleep! I now must say farewell! mother, For ...

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

I)c ifcffcrsoniaxi, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1865. Jt- Wc learn that Lewis Myers has recently sold the George Philips proper ty to Phillip Swartwood. $2-We are informed that Jacob Sing "mastcr has sold the Tecl property togeth er with some thirty acres of woodland, to Amzic Coolbaugh, for 7,000. - EST J. E. W. Miller, sold his Livery Stock, &c. to Messrs. Ilcndcrshots, of N. J. for 2100. VICTORY! Sunday School Convention. Pursuant to public notice, the friends of the cause of Sunday Schools held a County meeting, in the M. B. Church in this borough, on Monday last, commen cing at 10 o'clock, A. M. After reading a portion of scripture, singing a hymn, and prayer, the Convention was organized by the choice of Rev. F. Illman as Pres ident, and Rev. B. S. Everitt, as Secre tary. Committees having been appointed on business, aud enrollment of delegates, the convention proceeded to receive ver bal reports from delegates present, of the number and coudition of the Sunday Schools in the Co...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 October 1865

Postal Affairs. The Government in now drawing1 on a Southern Postmasters for balances due prior to the Rebellion Drafts have been drawn on all the Presidential offices in the Southern States, amounting to 157,407 18. Virginia is further behind than any other State, her indebtedness amounting to $29,190 80. In each case the delinquent postmaster hss been notified that unless the drafts arc paid, suits will immediately be commenced against them by the Department. The Money-Order Office, established No vember 1, 1&64, had issued at the close the fiscal year, ending June 30, 1865 over 4,UUu money-orders, amounting to l,ouU,122 .12. The amount of fees re ceived was 11,534 90, of which sum post masters received one-third, and the (aovern ment the remainder. During the eight months referred to there were 14d offices in operation, at an eggregate expense during a 1 . 1 f .-.n r r,n ci-f rT 1 . ma i penoa 01 :a,U3-i "ore are now 420 offices in operation. . The srand firemen's parade iu P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 October 1865

( I n M0XI10B COUNTY M'.itusl Fire lasnrasiec Company. , CHARTER PERPETUAL. Amount of Properly Insured SI,050.000. The rate of Insurance in this Company e one dollar for etcry thousand dollars in fenresl, utter which payment no further char ges will be made, except to cover actual I less by fire that may fall upon members of the ('ompeny. The policies issued by this Company an.' perpetual, and siflbrd the. fullest security, wilh the largest economy and convenience. This oompanv will not issue Tanneries, Distilleries or Qibinei Shops, Applications for Insurance may be made to cither of the lau;.gor&, surveyors or free retarv. MANAGERS. J. Depuc I.abar, Jocob Knecht, Richard S. Staples, John Edinger, Silas L Drake, Godheb Auracher, Charles 1). Brodhead, Jacob Sloufler, Robert Boys, Theodore Schoch, Sm'liS. Dreher, Thomas W. Rhodes, Siosdeli Slobes, STOGDELL STOKES, President. 2L B. Dp.ehcr, Secretary and Treasurer. Silas L. Drake, Alcliihoir Spragle, i Surveyors. ,F. A. Oppclr, ) ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 October 1865

THE J hjr r xLKbU JN IAN . 1c Hiti: lOcuolci ta politic0, Citcraiure Agriculture, Science, JHovalita, curt mcral intelligence. VOL. 24. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA OCTOBER 2G, 1865. NO. 34s Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS -Tvo dollars a voar in advancc-nnd if no fsaid bofore Hie end of Hie yeai, lo dollars and filly ets. will bo charged. , ,, No pper discontinued until all arreatages are paid, 'srbept at the ojjtion of the Editor. Ivcrtisc ncitls of one square of (eight lines) or less, one or three insertions $1 50. Each additional "nsertion, 5'J cents. Longer ones in propottion. JOB PE-SffTTiffG, OF ALL KINDS, Uxeenloii is the highest style of the Art, and on the most rcason-ible terms. THE NATION'S ftEASi Four hundred thousand men, The brave, the good, the true, In tangled wood, in mountain glen, On battle plain, in prison pen, Lie dead for me and you ! Four hundred thousand of the brave Have made our ransomed soil their graves, For me and you ! Good friends, for me and you...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 October 1865

i)c 3cffcv5inuiui, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1865. rS"Chu3. Oakford & Sous, of Phila delphia, advertise a large and splendid etock of Furs, which they will warrant to according to representation. EST James LI. "Walton, Esq., has sold his dwclliug house and lot,, situate on Main Street, in this Borough, to Samuel S. Dreher, Esq., for $4000 - g TABLEAUX. Misa Malvcn's Scholars, assisted by several young ladies aud gentlemen of the town, will give, at the Court House, on Monday Eve. Oct. 30th, an entertainment consisting of tableaux charades, etc. Admission twenty live cents. gA young man, who says his name is Owen Carey, a resident of Scran ton, was arrested at' Great Bend, and brought to this place on Tuesday last, aud committed to Jail, on the charge of being one of the party who robbed Dodge & Cos safe, on the 17th inst. Several articles of merchandize were found in his valise, which Mr. Isaac Case, claims as having been taken from his store, at Xa gloiville. EaTAYiil the Monro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 October 1865

1865. NOVEMBER. 1865. PYLE'S EASTON HALL OF FASHION. OPPOSITE THE OLD EASTON BANK, EASTON, PENNA. Tlie Largest Stock ! The Tastiest Styles ! The Best Quality of Work! The Lowest Prices ! The Best Cutter ! The Most Obliging Salesmen! Are to be found at this Establishment ! E. C. FYLE, Proprietor. SALF.SMKN, AS. W. BACH MAN, ISAAC SNYDER. A CARD To the Hotel kecoers ol Monroe and ad- j jaccnt counties. j Look to Your Interests! ! ! We arc ofi'erin- Liquors, Wines. &c, j m i i n ... i viarramcu pure, auu cuuiauuu hu i; i Oils, Essences, dx., whatever, at the fol- J loTrini' very low prices : j Brandies from 50c-Sl 00 per gallon less than City prices, Gins 50c(rft7fc. Bourbon "Yhiskey,40e(aj65c. Mooongahcla, 40c()G5c. Old Rye, 40c(rt(55c. " Apple 50c(rt;$l 00. Cnuuoti - 15c(or2bc. a u ; it Wines (all kinds 50c(o.Sl 00 Please give us a call, or send your or-, slers, and satisfy yourselves that wc do do , it, that wc will do it, and the reasons ,chy wc can do it. : Also, please rememb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 October 1865

i urn uiiwhii i i i il i kBMtwMw a iriWWiWii Mlltll MONROE COUNTY Mutual Fire Insurance Company. KST A IS IL 8 i3 S3 K 2 S814 CHARTER PERPETUAL. Amount of Properly Insured SI, 050.600. vTlie rats of Insurance in this Company is one dollar for every thousand dollars in sured, alter which payment no further char ges will be made, except to cover actual loss by tire that may full upon members ot the Company. The policies issued by this Company are perpetual, and afford the fullest security, with the lurcat economy and convenience. Th:s company will not issue tanneries, Distilleries or Cabinet Shops. Applications for Insurance may be made to cither of the Managers, Surveyors or Scc retary. MANAGERS. J. Dcpuc Lafcar, Jacob Kncchf, Richard S. Staples, John Edinger, Silas L. Drake, Godlieb Auracher, Gharles D. Brodhead, Jacob StouiTer, Robert Boys, Theodore Schoch, Rm'S S. Drcher, Thomas W. Rhodes, Stoirdcll Stokes, STOGDELL STOKES, President. fi. R. Drehkk, Secretary and Treasurer. Silas ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 November 1865

THE JEFFERSONIAN Hcuotci to politics, literature, QlgricuItitH,- Science, iiloralitw, aui eueral .intelligence. VOL. u. STEOUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA NOVEMBER 1865. NO. s& Published by Theodore Schoeh. TGUAIS-Two dollars a year in advance and if no aid tiefire the end of the yeaj, two dollais and fitly' ts. will lie rharccd. No iwper disc jiitinued until all arrearages arc paid, Except at the option of the Editor. J S7VKcrlisemc:iis im.hiii: siiu.ire 01 (eigwi iwesi or test, one or three insertions 1 50. Earn additional "hertin, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, Exeotttci ib the highest Myle of the Art, and on the most reasonable terms. AUTUMN LEAVES. Nature decked in gayest beauty, For 'tis summer's last good-bye Wliyshould all things fair in nature Don their livelist tints to die J Why upon the loftiest branches Should the leaves be blushing so To impress us with their beauty, And to conquer 'ere they go! Borne have chosen scarlet drcsseg, Some ...

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