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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 December 1865

S)c Scffcvsonian, THURSDAY DECEMBER 7, 1865. t5? FlUC. Isaac Peters' barn, in Prieo township, in this County, was de ftrove 1 by fire on Saturday morning last L ss about SSOO. Insured in Lycoming Insurance Company fur 6300. The Grc 14 supposed to be the work of au incen diary. fcST'The fili at the abutment of the Bridge over McMichacls' Creek, was com plcted last week by Mr. Peter II. Robe eou. The job seems to be done in a good und substantial manner. Charles Fraukenfield has a new frame building in course of erection adjoining the grave yard in the lower end of the borough. It is designed for a Cabinet Shop. JfSrll. C. Lcvanway, at his Bakery Sa loon, has on hand Lawcr's celebrated Rea ding Cream Ale. Wc have sampled the article and consequently kuow whereof vrc speak when we pronounce it a splen- diJ a j tide. - i grWe are iu the first mouth of win ter, and yet we have had but a slight taste cl v.iuter as such. The weather has been u::u;Uully mild all through the Fall, and jrjiis...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 December 1865

m Registers Notice. TWOTIGE is hereby given to all persons -- interested in the estates of the respec tive decedents, that the following accounts have been filed in the ltegister's office of Monroe Oounty, and will be presented for confirmation to the Orphans Court of said county, at Stroudsburg, on Monday, the 2oth day ot December, 1S65, at 10 o clock, A. M. Account of James Place. Guardian of Theodore Rush, son of John V. Hush, deceased. Final" Account of Eastburn Werkheis far, Adtniuistrator of Valentine Wcrkhei ter, deceased. Account of John II. Chambers, Trus tee appointed by the Orphans' Court ol Monroe County to sell Ileal Estate of John Chambers, deceased. First account of Charles Tluffsmith. Executor &c. of Jacob HufFsmith, dee'd Accountof Henry Wcrkhciscr, Admin iitrator of Henry Werkheiser, deceased. Account of Jonas Neyhart, Executor &c. of Aaron Flartman, deceased. Account of Sydenham Walton, Admin iitrator &c. of Converse Haines, dee'd. Account of John Wils...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 December 1865

, r .- .... V,l 'JfoNKOE COUNTY Mutual Fire Insurance Company. CHARTER PERPETUAL. Amovvl of Properly Insured 1,050,000. Tlie rate of Insurance in this Company is one dollar for every thousand dollars in fiind, after which payment no further char pes will be made, except to cover actual loss ly fire that may fall upon members of the C coipnny. The policies issued by this Company ar 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, Purveyors or Sec retary. MANAGERS. J. Depue Lal-ar, Jacob Knecht, ltxhard S. Staples, John Edinger, Silas L. Drake, Godlieb Auracher, Charles D. Brodhead, Jacob StoufTor, Robert Boys, Theodore b'choch, Stn'J S. Dreher, Thomas W. Rhodes, Stogdell Siokes, STOGDELL STOKES, President. E. B. Drcher, Secretary and Treasurer. Silas L. Drake, i Melchoir Spragle, Surveyors. F. A. Oppelf, ) (fy- T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 December 1865

-rrirtitfi i ill -i-TTiic THE 2SE9& Hcuoicb ta politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, illoraliti), aub General intelligent. V0L. 24. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA DECEMBER 14, 1865. NO. SJ, Published bv Theodore Schoch. , TERM3-Two dollars a yoar in advancc-iind if no juM,before the end of the yeaj, tuo dollars and filfy ets. -will bo charged. N paper disr 'iitimicd until all arrearages arc paid. cxr.eptat me opuu ..v,. . r-FA i.-rrtisc nents of one square of (eight lines) or ! one or three insertions $1 5(1. Earn additional L..lii.Ti Mi'r.nis. Lonirer ones in nroDortion. L . . . .. - " - JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, gxectted in the highest style of the Arl,nd onthe , most reasonuble terms. FIRST ANNUAL MESSAGE OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON. Delivered to Congress Tuesday noon. December 5, 1865. After- follow-Citizens of the Senate and House, of Representatives : To express gratitude to God, in the name of the people, for the preservation of the "United States, -is" my first duty in ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 December 1865

1 SSrVicd exhibit adiliircnt economy Wor ihv of commendution. Reference ia alsol undo in the report to the ueccssity of providing for a uniform militia system, and to the propriety of making suitable provision for wouuded and disabled of ficers and soldiers. The revenue system of the country is a subject of vital iuterest to its honor and prosperity and should cointnaud the earn est consideration of Congress. The Se crctury of the Treasury will lay before you a full and detailed report of the receipts and disbursements uf the last lical year, f the first quarter of the present fiscal V'Wr. of the probable receipts and ex penditures for the other three quars, an i estimates for the year following the 30th of June, 1860. I might content ny.-slf with a reference to that report, in which you will find ali the informa tion required for your deliberations and decision. But the paramount im portance of the sub'oct to press itself on my own miud, that 1 cannot but lay lefnrcj'ou my views of...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 December 1865

' Register's Notice. . 7W"OTICE is hereby given to all persons x interested m the estates ol the respec tivedecedcuts, that the following accounts have been filed in the Register's office of Monroe County, and Trill be presented for confirmation to the Orphans Court ofsaid county, at Stroudsburg, on Monday, the 25th dav ot December. lSbo. at 10 o- clock, A, M. Account of James PldHe. Guardian of Theodore Bush, son of John yJUush, deceased. Final Account of Eastburn Werkhois er, Administrator of Valentine Werkliei sef, deceased. , Account of John II. Chambers, Trus tee appointed by the Orphans' Court of Monroe County to sell Ileal Estate of (John Cbambers, deceased. Jl?irst account of Charles IIuflTsmith, jjxecutor &c. of Jacob Ilufismith, dee'd. Accountof Henry Werkheiser, Admin istrator of Henry Werkheiser, deceased. Account of Jonas Neyhart, Executor kc. of Aarou Hartman, deceased. Account of Sydenham Walton, Admin istrator &c. of Converse Haines, dee'd. Account of John Wi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 December 1865

A tot's SarsaoarBla - JL A compound remedy, in which wo have labored to produce tho mo.-t effectual alterative t.uit can Vc tnsde. It s a comxntraUd extract of 1 nra Sirun i ilia, m combined with other substances ih tiira- tare m:- P"010 of bmensc ser- CC1U vKc ti.U '-vtf c-!.:-j ot onr u.-:ct It-lto'.v- Clt i'l0 it ha hern povwi by experiment on mnnr cf the worst c.u.w to be found cf the fudowmrj cc.np!ainrs : Ecno-i;:..v asd Pcsorr:.oua Complaints, rnrrnovs a: T.RL'rtlVii Di&uasm. Ll tns, Pi:.:ri.j:s Klotchks. T'JMor.?, Pai.t Sunt k, Scjuj 1:hai, Svkiilh axi Svmi:- IITiV AFFSCTIOSS, JIURCUniAIi DtSCASK, 5:o.v-y, Xi.uk v Tic DoUloujucabx. JIlpiuty, Dyspepsia Asa IsmattSTiox, ::r.v?irE!.AS, Koi-ss, on Sr. Anthony's Fins, m J indeed tho vhoic cl-i- i of complaint, anaing f.tjrn iMrtrurxY ov t:jj: Bloou. This conipour.l will lw found a -great pro moter of l.ea:ti, vhc.t taken i.i the spring, to on tkI the ford htnsors w'iiih f;-ter in the b'.ood : t t int sc;t-on cf I'm y-r. Yy th...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 December 1865

S3 A. - THE JEFFER ti J i. Hlcuotci ta politir0, jitcraturc, Agriculture, Science, iitoralitn, aua meval Intelligence. VOL. 24. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA DECEMBER 21, 1865. NOJ2. SONIAN. " Published by Theodore Schoch. TEaM3-Two dollars a yrar in advancc-nnd if no S.iii before the end of the yciu, two dolliirs and fitfy Cts. will b charged. . . , ,, No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. Ieeptat tho option of the Editor. CTVt'tertiseinentsofone square of (eight lines) or lest ontor three insertions $ I 50. Each additional kaertian. 50 cents. Longer ones in propoitton. JOS PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, fcxccKte ii the highest style of the Ail.andonthe most teuson-ible terms. For the Jeffersonian. MY it AG. BY A. B. B. There was a time, not along ago, When all who loved the right, Eelt it a duty, all should know, To keep their flag in sight; 'Twas then I raised my Banner high, Determined it should ever fly Until the Rebel cause should dip. And tberc it fluttered, up in ai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 December 1865

r --r r"- ' c 3fc(Fcvsonian, THURSDAY DECEMBER 21, 1865. Donation Visit. The frieuds and Congregations of the Rev. 11 cur j Seifert, will make him a Do nation Yi.-it, at the Parsonage, in Hamil ton, on New Year's Day and Evening. A cordial invitation is extended to all. A Donation Visit "Will be given to the Rev. J. Kirby Da vis, at his icsidcncc, at Shawnee, on New Year's Day aud Evening. A cordial in vitation is crteuded to all. "CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL. There will be given an Oyster Supper together with Ice Cream, Cakes, Coffee, fee, fcc, in the Store House of Abram. Y. Coolbaugh, in Middle Sniithfield, on Christmas Evening, December 25, 1S05. No pains will be spared to make the en tertainment ple.nsaut. X. B. Proceeds for repairs to the Par sonage. December 21. 18G5. JUsSrln accordance with our usual ens torn, wc will not issue any paper next week. USTvThe Assessor, for this County re ports that 7,031) 31 is the amount of In tenia! Revenue tax returned for the month of November. This...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 December 1865

TV ,L . Good Nciws for Jlie JJIillion. The.subscriber hastens to lay tho import ant, intelligence before the public, that he has" added largely to his already large stock of fashionable and seasonabln Cloths, Cassinieresj Vcstings, &c Which he will make up to order on short no tice, in a ninnner satisfactory to all. Ill shelves, literally groan beneath the Heady Sialic Clothing with which they are loaded. Coats, Overcoats, Pants and Vests made of the best material, and in the moBt Fashionable manner, at prices to suit all. Hats aeit Caps, Boots ami Shoes, . &c. &c. &c. fcnd indeed every thing with which he hae heretofore supplied the public, will be found .readyftor inspection and bale at prices which Qefy competition. Thankful for favors heretofore received he hopes to merit a continuance of public favor - at the old stand. NICHOLAS RUSTER fetroudsburg, Dec. 8, 1865. ' TIN SHOP! The undersigned begs leave to inform hit friends and the public generally, thai he lists...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 December 1865

Ayer's Saisaparilk A compound remedy, in which wc have labored to produce the mo.t cfilrtual alterative that c..n be made. It is a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla, s-o combined with omw suhstaiitva of still greater al.crativo owcr ns to aflb.d ap. Vflbctivc antidote for the d-c es Sareapariila is ivpntc.1 to cure. It 1; believed t!rit such a rein ed v is wanted by i!:o-c ivl.o sutler f.oni Siru motii complaint, :.:.d o;.c which will ac complish their cure must p-ovo of i -ninenso ser viccMo this lwyc tki-s cf our jtftlictc.l f.-Ilow-chizens. How co::ip!ete'y this compound wj.l doit has been njoveu by exrerl:c::t o"i many of tl:c wore-; ccs ;o lc foimJ cf the fvllowinj complaints : Scsorrjv Ponorcxor? CoMrr-Aixys, ISnurrioxs and UnrrTivd Difn.vsus Ui ciiks, rxaii'MiS, j.orciii;3, Tciioas Sajt Riikuji, Scald 1I::a, Svriiius and Syphi litic Ai-fuctioxs JLehcuim.u. Diguasi:, Dropsy, Ks:c:ialoi.v o:: Tic Doulockhacx, DeMIiITY, DvSPKPSIV AND INDJOKSTIO.", Euysipi:i.ap, Hofiz, on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 January 1866

THE Scuotcfr io politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iWoralitw, auir General utelligence. VOL. 24. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA JANUARY 4, 1868. N0J3; Published bjr TllCodorC ScIlOCh. 1'ERMS-Tvro dollars a year in ndvanrc-and If no &U before the end of the yeaJ, t o dollars and fitfy ets. will be clmrscd. N "paper diwonUnucd until all arremges arc paid, kKltStlhSiionctihe Editor. i.FoAnV.YW isertion, 50 cents, longcrones in proportion. JOS PRINTING, '" , OF ALL KINDS, ixoateiim the highest style of the Art.and onthe most reasonable terms. ADMESS OF THE CAllllIER OP THE JEFFERSONIAN. GREBTIXn. An old year dead ! A new Year born ! I greeting come this New Tear's morn, Whilst the chime and the rhyme, Of this cc-o-rious time, Can be marked in the pace, And the smiling face, And the eye and the tongue Of the old and the young. Nobody is sad, nobody is old, Nobody is cross or crabbed or cold ; V And that struggling brain Of the man of gain Has ceased its toil of hard turmoil,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 January 1866

COURT PROCEEDINGS. The Animal School Report. Pavment of Commutation does nofrEx Court commenced on Monday, 26 th of For this year, which is now ready, is a froin Bounty Tax; December. Present, Hon. George K. volume of 873 pages, very substantally An important case, and one in which Barrett, and his Associates, Levering and bound in cloth. The Superintendent has the public in general are interested tea ncknv. I i .j . f .i.i -i-. i . . . n . p i ii. i l j Sljc Icffcvsonian, tSURSDAY JANUARY 4, 1865. JJS"" Our carrier requests us to return his sincere thanks to his patrons for the very liberal manner in which they res ponded to his congratulatory address on j New Years day, and pledges himself to repay their kinduess by even greater promptness than has hitherto marked his course as carrier bov. of "Washington ej, A. W. Be . iu.uujr. u aiiies xveney Alfred jGileuberer and Eliza A Si, n County was chosen Speak- both of Upper fit flfpi v ;SlCap7'' nediet, Huntington, Clerk, Co Pa eI' Nor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 January 1866

NEW STORE AND (JJUKAr mm The undersigned respectfully informs, the public andlus old customers, that he has taken the btore Room formerly oc bupied by James A. Pauli, in Strouds burg, nearly opposite the Methodist Epis copal Uhurch. His stock is composed of entirely New Goods, laid in at reduced Drices. and he will sell them at small profits. He has on hand a complete assortment Of DRY GOODS, Cloths, Cassimcrcs. Satinets, and a full line of LADIESl DRESS GOODS, Shalla De Lanes, Amoors, Coatings, Calicoes, and a general assortment of Ladies Dress Inmmings, and Yankee Notions. ALSO A good assortment of GRO CLRIE&, such as Coffee, Sugar, Molas- - ses, ana ayrups, lea ana luce, Please give me a call, and see the eoods and prices. Butter and Eggs, and Country produce, taken in goods. JAMES 13 MORGAN. Stroudsburg, January 4, 18GG. FOUND. On Saturday, December 23d, 1865, at the btroudsburg Depot, a Tobacco Box containing a sum of money under Forty Dollars, and other articles. The owner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 January 1866

Ayefs'Steap arma A compound remedy, in which wo have labored to produce the mo.-t cik-rtnal a'.tcmiivc tliat can lie made. It is a concentrated extract of Para, Sarsanarilla, 50 combined with other substances cf still greater alterative power as to aflbrd an effective hntitlote for the diseases Sarsaparilla is Touted to cure. It ii5 Ixiiievcd tliat fucIi a i-eni-is vaute-1 by ihoc who suffer from Stru notis coajplftin:., .v.id tliat one which will ac complish their enre musfirovc of immense scr ricc to thL hryc class of our afflicted fullow citizens. How "completely this compound will do it has been jv.ovca by" experiment on many of tlw worst cics to be found of the following complaints : Sc-rosttj. jlkd Rcao?rtoc Complaints, "Ekutiox asi Er.iriTivr: Diseases, Ul c::r.s, Pmi'Lts Blotches, Tu-ions, Salt Kiikkx, Scald Hsa, Srrinr.is ax Svrui mtic Affect ions', Mckcukial Disease, Dnorav, IClvual .i a oh Tic Docloukkaitx, DnniLiTT, Dyspepsia ak Indigestion, HmsirELAH, Iloss, on St. Anth...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 January 1866

THE JEFFE 35 JDcuotcJr to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, ittovalifij, aui eiteral Intelligence. 7 Vol. 24. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA JANUARY IS, 1866. NO. 84, Published by Theodore Schoch. TERM3-Two dollars a year in ndvanre-and if no fcaM before the end of the yeaj, two dollars and filfy its. will bo chnrgctf. . . N paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, eepj it the option of the Editor. , CT Advertisements of one square of (eight lines) or lilt, one or three insertions $1 50. Each additional fcurtien, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoiticn. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS. xKtc4 i. the highest style of the Arl.andonthe most reasorrible terms. A BACHELOR'S MISGIVINGS' I have though of getting married rVhen I've seen thee, Mary Jane, With thy dainty silks and satins, With the crinoline and train ; But a whisper came across mo, Like a sign with omen rife, 4 Ah, 'tis very well to marry", But oh, canst thou keep a wife !" There sre laces, there are jewels, There is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 January 1866

SI)c 3cffcvsonian9 Thursday January 11, 1866. Donation "Visit The friends and Congregation of Rev. B. S. Evcritt, will make him a donation visit, at his residence, in Stroudsburg, ou Thursday, the 25th iust., afternoon and evening. -Slioald the weather be unfa: vcrabfo, it will talie place the uext fair day. A cordial invitation is extended to all C. D. Brodhead, announces in to day's Jcffersouian, a splcadid lot of New goods at reduced prices. Read his card. $gjJaincs B. Morgan, has opened a general assortment o'f Dry Goods, Groce ries, &c., at his Store-room, nearly oppo site the M. E. Church. Sec advertise- ment in auolhcr column " i"' - fc-Mr. James II. Walton has sold his premises in this Borough, occupied by John DeYoung, as a Printing Office to Chas. B. Kcllc for $1,500. "Many of our Landlords and Saloon liccpers were very busy in getting ou! their ice on Tuesday and Y.'ednesday. The ice is of ver good quality. A lively incident occurred on the Pool belonging to the Mill ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 January 1866

I II m T0YOU WISH TO BE CURED 1 Jj DR. BUCHAN'S English Specific Pills cure in less than 30 days, the worst bases of Nervousness, Impotency, Premature Decay, Seminal Weakness, Insanity, and all Urinary, Sexual, Nervous Affections, no matter from what cause produced. Price, One Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by mail, on receipfof an order. Address, JAMES S. BUTLER, Station D. Bible House,. . New Yerk. March 17, 1864. Copartnerslrip Notice. '. TTarinir TuirrTiJisrd tlm Coffin interest in the firm of COFFIN, CRAIG & Co., manufacturers of School Slates, at Cen tinsville, Monroe County Pa., the busi ness will be conducted from this date, January 1st, 18G6, under the firm of HARPER, CRAIG & AVILLS. HENRY W. HARPER, THOMAS CRAIG, L. E. WILLS. " Jan. 11, 18GG. SUimiiiistrator's Notice. Estate of JOSEPH M. ROBESON, late of the Borough of Stroudsburg, deceased. Notice is hereby given that letters of administration upon the above named Es tate have been granted to the undersigned by t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 January 1866

Ajefs Sarsaparilla, A compound rcmcdv, in which wo havo labored to produce tho most effectual altcrativo that can bo made. It is a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla, so combined with other substance of still greater altcrativo power a3 to afford an effective antidote for tho diseases Sarsaparilla is reputed to cure. It is liclicrcd that such a rcm cdv is wanted by ihoc who suffer from Stru mous complaint, and that one which will ac complish their cure must prove of immense ser vice to this lurc class of our afflicted fellow citizens. How completely this compound will doit lias been p:ovcM by experiment on many of the worst c:u!C3 to bo found of the following complaints : Scno-riu. jl:.-d Scr.orcLor3 Complaints, Eruptions axd Ercptivb Diseases, Ul ckks, Pimplks, Blotches, Tumors, Salt IhiEUJt, Scald IIuau, Stpiiilis and Syphi litic Affections, Iukcuiiial Djsease, DROrsT, Neuralgia or Tic Douloureaux, Debilitt, Dyspepsia axi Inpigestiox, Erysipelas, Hose, on St. Anthony's Eire...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 January 1866

THE JEFFERSONIAN. JDcuotctr ta politics, literatures Olgrtculture, Science, ilToralita, anir General utelligcnre- VOL. 24. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA JANUARY 18, 1866. NO. 4& Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars a year in ndvance-and if no itii before the end of the yeiu, two dollars and fitfy r. Mill ho li.irfAfK " No paper disconiinued-until all iirreaiagcs are paid. tteeptatlhe option ui m kuiwi CT Advertisements of one square of (eight lines) or ' iesi, oneor three insertions $1 50. Eai-h additional. .aertin, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoition JOJ5 PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, xtei in the highest style of the Art. and on the most reasonable terms. JPor The Jeffcrsonian. The Home of Columbia. BY MRS. S. 3. P. The home of Columbia is built on a rock, Which no force with success can assail ; Unmoved it will stand .against war's rudest . ' , . . 4, . , ,,i i .i As firm as the mountain that boldly doth mock The brcefce that sweeps over the vale. , , , The home of Colum...

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