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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 March 1854

Sljc jfcffcrsonian. Flurry i V J"- I i - Tt affords us no ordinary pkuic i announce the fact, that Messrs.. SlouiTer, (-tr.nn.ler and Dean, Stage proprietors of this place, Unvo offi-otcl arrangement with the Trenton & JMvidcro and Cen tral Railroad Companies, which will ena ble Ibem to convey passengers from Phil adelphia awl New-York to Slroudsburg in one u3. Stages leave Easton, for this place, im mediately after the arrival of the Cars: half past one o'clock P. 51. and arrive in Stroudsbucg at 7 o'clock P. M. This will furnish accommodation to those of oar citizens, as well as those on the route, who may wish to travel to oi from Philadelphia and New-York, or any rf the intermediate points. The citizen." of Stroudsburg and others in the vicinity, should feel, as wc trust they do, a most lively interest in this enterprise. Beside the consideration of personal convenience, it furnishes a cheap, direct and rapid mode of transit to or from either City , Dramatic AssodaUea. Wo we...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 March 1854

L.AJ ". Jll . In obedience to an order of the Court, the Sheriff publishes the following; SAMUEL ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, Philadelphia, March 4, 1851. Samuel Showaker, vs. Notice in Domestic Attachment! Charles Keifer ) In the Court of Com vs mon Pleas of Monroe Samuel B. Keifer ) County. Whereas the Cuurt of Common Pleas of Monroe county, has appointed John Edinge.r, of the Borough of Stroudsburjr. Peter Snyder T , T n- , ."' TT ,rs .i.pi..- srr.m f Jacob k.Btt-uing, Henry Bis a.,u Aua. m. i iihuj, u. b. Charles Bisbing, ln". rannersyjlle, ,n said county trustees of the m , George L. Ro- ftS atn nt S.imilP It Kmfor Into nf K.ilfl rnilll-l . . .f. ty, under proceedings in domestic attachment 5;d1itCCa fl'Y at the suit of Charles Keifer, this is therefore feq . , .;r j . ii JuIlus Drucourt and Sarah tI,o fs..,ni Si rr;r,.l nr iml,lin.r nmn. 's wife, formerly Sarah Bis erty belonging'to him, to pay and deliver all such sums of money, and property due and -belonging to said Sam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 March 1854

gti cultural. Cultivation of Mian Con?, Frank Paslin, oftMalonc, New York, gives in the last Albany Cultivator, his experience in Corn Raising, which we .think is worth republishing. It is true, there is nothing very original in his meth od, or can bo, in any that may be adop ted: still his course ma' influence sonic one of our readers, to pcrsuc it with e qual success, who is now among the lag gers in producing this important crop. Raising corn ha. always been, and still contiuues to be, one of the most extensive opcratious of the agriculturists of this country. We perceive by examining in to the circumstances of the case, that there is an astonishing amount of capital invested in this oue branch of farming, and that the common profits are exceed ingly small, compared with favored fields, in favorable localities. This is the sub ject which appears to bo before the pub lic, and its remedy requires the consider ation of practical farmers. There arc several causes which direct ly or i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 April 1854

&m&wh m&&mk StiKstssk ssraf m, s lIH ? Will M'OTl KgnBOi mwmk 1 Oral $3SSi fesfegs 3&3&Ss fefe sSa Mas vSa ,1.1 H'.iilUlJlllUU '""llii urn -1 JDcuotcb to Ipcfitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, JHoralitn, awb (Scncral Sntclliqcncc. t I 4 r 1 VOL. 14. Published bj Theodore Scliocli. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two noMur? and u quarter, half yearly and if not paid be lore the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. So papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor. IE? Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The Pi,t,iif?r,J,ieulhrce,inscrUon?lhPsame- Aliber - al discount mrnie to vonrli- m rnriicnrc 117 All letters addressed to Hie Editor must lie nost- .... ' . ' : paio. JOB PR! STIiVG. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, wc are prepared to executeeverydescr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 April 1854

cttcrsomnn. Jjj2 Those of cur town and country mibscribcrs who changed their residences on the first of April, should inform us. Word left at the ofiice, or a line by letter, will insure the delivery of their papers punctually at their new residences. rSrMr. John W. Buxton, of this place, informs us that he has just received a lot of A re's Cherry Pectoral. This is the only sure and safe remedy el before the public for the cure of In fluenza, Bronchitis, Incipient Consump tion, and all lung complaints; and will ef fect more good than any of the numerous preparations with which the country i inundated. Try it. i'ick&GCliCtSt Wc observe by our exchanges, that the City of New-York has more than her us ual share of light-fingered gentry at prcs cut. On Saturday last, Mr. David Bo- naid, in crossing the ferry to go to the Philadelphia cars, had a pockct-bool had a pOCKCl-DOOK l . , .ii-i . , , ' flattering tribute to the Inch sense oi jus len from the breast . ,, ... w , . tice of li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 April 1854

Philadelphia. Itfar&cS Monday, April 3 The Flour market is ' very, quiet. Sales of 200 oris superGnc fril . ... 1 1 1 t .i - ai o ii per un. wnicn is tue general ask ing price; 500 brls at a prico to be Gxed nntl 500 brls extra family at a price not iuaue puonc. small sales tor city con sumption trom $7 Zii up to 88, as m quality. In Rye Flour and Corn Meal nothing doing; the former is held at $5, and tue latter 3 50 per brl. Grain The demand for Wheat is lim ited, hut prices are unchanged. Rye is worth' 90 cents. Corn is in demand, and 8a9000 bush. Southern and Pennsylvania yellow sold at 76 cents afloat. Oats arc scarce and worth 4Ga48 cents bush. Whiskey continues dull small sales of oris at 26 cents and hhds at 25A cents IV cw York Market. Monday, April 3. Cotton The mar ket is without important change. -Flour, &c. The market for State flour is dull and drooping; sales 3000 brls at S7 for State, and 7 50a7 87 h for Ohio and Michigan: sales 700 brls Canadian at Grain Whea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 April 1854

Iqricultuual. Three Kinds of Farming. It Las been said that there are three kinds of ministers iu the churoh; namely, those whom God has made such, those that man has made, and those who were never made at all. It is possible that there are three kinds of physicians, who may be known by classing as follows : The Physician who hills, and the physician who lets his pa tients live or die as they will without hindrance. There may be three kinds of lawyers in the world, auswering to the lawyer who serves his client, the lawyer who is of service to nobody. These three make up the trio of the learned professions. As we belong just now to the unlearned profession, the pro fession, of n farmer, in which it is the privilege of the student to admit, whether others do or do not allege, that he is an " ignoramus," we will presume to say, that in our profession, there are also three classes, including the farmer who is a farmer, the farmer who is no farmer, and the farmer who caunot make a farmer...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 April 1854

Scuotcfc ta ipolitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitg, anD encral intelligence. VOL. M. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. APRIL 18, 1854. KO 23. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two cwlhirs anl a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year. Tw o dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid. JL7 Ajveiiiseinents nents not exceeding one square (ten sernl! lines) will be inse i -.veiny-live cents tor every subsequent casirge lor one a snd three insertions the same, a liber- sVddw aPdisconnt mad 1H7 All letters paid. JoTpTlS TSNG. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain aua ornamental Type, we are prcpareu to cxccutcevcry desciiptionof printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable AT THE OFFICE OF TOE JEFFERsOSSAW. Uncle Sam's Farm Of all the mighty nations In the cast or in the west, This glorious Yankee nation Is the greatest and the best. We have room for all creation, And ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 April 1854

ffiljc 3cffcrsonian. TbttrfciBay, April 13, 1S54. WHIG STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR. JaSc PgUccL', cf Northumberland FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. (icorgo Rarste, of Allegheny. FOR JUDGE OF THE SUFREME COURT. Daiiie! 3!. S1113 St r of Montgomery. IT Those of our town and country subscribers who changed their residences on the firt of April, should inform us. Word left at the office, or a line by letter, will insure the delivery of their papers punctually at their new residence. jfgrKev. J. K. Miller, will preach in the Presbyterian Church, in this place, on Sunday next, the I Oth inst., nt hall past ten o'clock A. M. . Northampton Comity. The citizens of this County are be- j cominig very much excited, as well as divided, in respect to the propriety of erecting new county buildings at Eastou. The " LcJiigh Valley Times;' publihcd by 918 pcrsous for a ptiblic meeting, to hv h'.'ld at Nazareth, on the 22d inst., at 1 1 o'clock A. M. to consider the question and adopt such measures as may be d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 April 1854

NOTICE TO LOT OWNERS - IN THE BOROUGH OF STROUDSBURG. At a meeting of the Burgess and Town oouncihnen, held on Monday evening, the 3d of April, 1854, the following Resolu tions were passed, viz: Resolved, That public notico be giveu to all persons who have not paved tue side walks before their own property, under the Ordinance passed the 28th day of June, 1853, that if the fame is not com menced and prosecuted towards comple tion by the first day of May next, the Bor ough will proceed to do the same immedi ately after that date, at the expense of the owners of said land. Resolved, That the foregoing resolution be published one week in the newspapers of the Borough, and the Secretary be re quired to give notice of the same to own era of land not residents in the Borough From the Record. T1IEO. SCHOCH, Sec'jj. April 13, 1854 It. ZINC PAINTS. One third cheaper than White Lead, and r ree from all poisonous qualities. The New Jersey Ziese Company having greatly enlarged their works, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 April 1854

TP ?v gvicultural. (iuano. , The best way to apply guano to any crop, vre repeat for thu seventh time, is to s-ow it bro.-id-cast, after breaking all the lump, without any mixture, and plow it in, :it the rate of 200 to 500 lbs per acre. Kat h 1U0 lbs. will cost about S3 on the Ian.!, and add five or ten bushels of grain to the product. If you cannot plow it in, mix it well with the soil by harrowing. If you plow a deep furrow for your row of corn and Haw the guano in the bottom and eover it live or six inches by another funow, il will do well. Take care that yui never let it eomc in contact with seed or plant. Whn corn is growing, you may plow in guano by the side of the rows. Yon may .sow it upon growing wheat and har row it to great advantage. You may sow it upon grass, and gain two dollars' worth of hay, for every one tpent. Both on wheat and grass, and in all cases when n-cd a top dres.sing, mix half a bushel of phuter with each cwt, or make a com post with swamp mandi, charcoa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 April 1854

- . " ULM-"'-lu"w 'u'UJ-uwl"a-; .... iii iju.uxiiiiiju-.igjijw .jui-ti. aai- ujuk.x -i...... ., jDcuotcb to jpolitira, literature, Agriculture, 0ticncc, iKoralihj, curt (general atatclliqcnre. vol. it. Published by Theodore School; TERMS-Two dollars por annum in advance Two dollars ana n quarter, half yoarly and if not paid le- wi w w me vcai, i w u uouais alio tx nan. No paprrs discontinued until all arrears , .:re naij. xceptaltlicopuonoflhcEdilor. " ' cent evhibiMon of H,p T.,rlor- ,, 1, 1 & .K7.wvCitH,wtM1ot cmedinc oncuarciira cenc cslJn ot thc Jugglers, in the caine running to his mother, unhurt, un-!lve--nvee East "ho seem to have lost none of that, harmed, and a pretty smile on his brown, charge for one ami three insertions the same, a liber- skill for which they lon since became ' childish face. Taking hold of her hand, al discount made to yearlv advertisers. jUm A l. - i.-- i. UTAll letters addressed to llic Editor must he post- paid. JOB P R 3 N T i N . Having a gener...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 April 1854

1 l)e 2cffcrsonian. Thursday, April 20, 1 854. WHIG STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR. Jag. Pollock) of Northumberland. TOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. (Jeorgc Barsic, of Allegheny. FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT. Daniel M. Smyscr, of Montgomery. 3- The regular April Term of the Northampton County Courts, commenced its sitting at Easton, on Monday last. The " Conspiracy Case" was taken up on Wednesday morning, and will, probably, take several days to bring it to a close. The counsel engaged in this case are, Peter Baedy, the District Attorney, II. D. Maxwell and A. IT. Reeder, for the Commonwealth. Cooley, Cook, Jones, Ihrie, "Brown and Mallery, for the defence. The Snow Storm. We have been recently visted by a re markable suow storm. It commenced snowing on Friday of last week, and con tinued with but little intermission until Monday evening of this week. The av rrage depth of the snow in this vicinity one foot ; in the Beach woods 3 feet. - This is the most remarkable snow storm "we have had for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 April 1854

9iw 1 i JB?- Hon. Robert T. Conard, has been nominated by the Whigs of Phila delphia, as their candidato for Mayor. The Easton Gas coninanv have ob tained supplements to their charter au thorizing them to extend their pipes to Phillipsburg and South Easton. These towns we suppose, therefore, will soon be lighted with gas. Hon. James Pollock. This gentleman having been nominated ns a candidate for Governor by the Whig estate convention, we regret to see that his Congressional course has already been misrepresented .by his political opponents It is asserted that he voted against men. and supplies for the Mexican War. This is not so; the bill appropriating ten mil lions, and authorizing President Polk to accept 50,000 volunteers, received the vote of Mr. Pollock it passed 174 to 14 and Mr. Strohm was the only Pennsylva nia in the negative. Let us keep history correct for the honor of our State, if not for the sake of truth. Pltiladetyhia Sim. EgrvTu New York city there are nine thousan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 April 1854

Agricultural. The Culture of Indian Corn. AND TnE WAY TO MAKE MANURE FOR IT. Our correspondent, Hon. J. W. Col burne, of 3priug6eld, (Vt.,) says the Al bany Cultivator, received the prizes of his tate ami County Agricultural Socie ties for the best field oflndian Corn, the iat your. The Geld contained seven and a hall acre", and the product averaged one humred and Jive bushels (5t5 lb the bush el) per aere. The eobs weighed 12 lbs. per bushel. Mr. C. has sent us the state ment which he furnished the Societies, of the manner in which this crop was grown. It is particularly interesting, showing as it does, how he made sufficient manure to enable him to apply it in such abundance to this field. We know it will be doubt ed by some whether he acted wisely in manuring so heavily; but if all our fann ers will follow his cxamnle in the meas ures he took to increase the amount of Lis manure, thej- will have little occasion to tsend abroad for artificial fertilizers. Mr. Colburne says: The so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 April 1854

k VKK IWAK l$XA-vv&v n-bVsk KXXV''Sw TK S5?V. ESrWrPfck ifk FkL krrr.V E?V WjiBS IS Wi5'sWl Si vis Nurd m .- AMI Nft&5l3flll M&S&J i? taaa. sissa fwzWM MmM mfm Wm wmWm WWW Imm im&Ww Scuotci) to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitti, aub cncval intelligence. VOL. 14. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. APRIL' 27, 1854, NO 25. m Published by Theodore Schoch. TCRMS Two dollars per annum in advanceTwo dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not naid be- lore the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except ai inc opuon ox me buunr. discovered in a lield on the farm of Phil. ID Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten 1 uut-ert-u 111 J ut-m on Iarm 01 nil lines) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and p HilffOrt. Esq., about a mile below this twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The r e j 1 xrharge for one and three insertions the same. A liber- ydacc. in Cllillisauaauc t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 April 1854

(El)c 3cffcrsoninn. Thnrclay, April 1851. WHIG STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR. Jits. Pollock, of Norlhuuibcrlsuid FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. ftcorgc IhirsiP, of Allegheny. row judge or the si theme court. Daniel M. Smysor, of Montgomery. jae-Thc pupils of the StroudsWrg Academy intend holding an exhibition in the court house on Friday evening, May 5th. The exercises will consist of singing and declamation, of serious and humorous nieces, several of which have never be fore been spoken in this place. lhe if troucburg Cornet Band have also kind Jv consented to play on the occasiou. Admittance I'H cents. All the pro ceeds will be applied towards purchasing books for their library, and they hope they will receive enough to make a large addition. ' . .Cj Re-Opening of the Crystal Palace: We invite the attention of our readers to the Message and Circular of P. T. Bar- nuiu, the President of the Crysial Palace Association, which will be found in to days 'Jcffersouiau." The re-opcuing will take pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 April 1854

dound to their credit and benefit our common humanity. Among the accommodations arranged for visitors to the Crystal Palace, will be found two Telegraph Officers, Letter Boxes for the Mails, Express Boxes, a Polico Station, an Office for Property Lost and Found, and two spacious Ite freshmeut Saloons, where everything will be provided of unexceptionable quality at unexceptionable prices. Arrangements have been completed with some, and arc in progress with oth er Steamboat and Railroad Companies connecting this City with various portions of the Union, agreeably to which visitors will be conveyed to the Crystal Palace from the remotest spot, at greatly reduced rates of travel, rsothing else shall re main undone, on my part, to conduct this magnificent enterprise with that liherali ty which is due to the public, and that energy and economy which arc due to the anterests of the Association. To conclude, I cannot help reiterating my firm impression, that the Cn'stal Pal ace has before it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 April 1854

Agricultural. The Object of Plowing. The object of Plowing is not fully un derstood and considered by tbe majority of those who perform the wort; if it were, it would bo done more faithful and thor oughly. It is not alone to kill the weeds :md grass, nor even to furnish a seed-bod or lresh turned soil for planting or sow ing nor anything which looks merely to the inversion of the sod, which consti tutes good plowing. Large plows turn ing a wide and shallow farrow, will show a large days work but the work ia very imperfectly accomplished, when the true object of plowing is considered. The t hit f value of plowing is the preparation it gives the soil for producing vegetation lor giving to the plants sown or plan ted, the elements of growth and fruitful ucs. It should thoroughly pulverize and "loosen the texture of the soil, and thus admit a free circulation of air and moisture, which, by chemical action, dis integrates or breaks down the stony or lutwrui portions of the same, so that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 May 1854

Elcuotcb to politics, Citcvoturc, 21 gvi culture, Science, itlovalitn, nnb eucval Intelligence. VOL 14. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY '1, 1864. NO 2C. Published by TltCOdoC ScKoch TERMS-Two dollars per annum in aclvancc-Tuo dollars and n quarter, half ycarlv ami if not paid be- lore the end of Ihe year, Two dollars and a half. No Darters discontinued until all arrearages am naid. except at the option of the Editor. rC? Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten lines) will be inserted three weeks tor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The charpe for one and three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to yearly advertisers. 20 A.11 letters .uldreiied to the Editor must be post paid. JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared SPASMS? EMEmTW, rtls. Circulars. Hill Heads. Notes. Blank Itcccinls to cxccutecveryucsctiptionoi Cards. Circulars. Hill Ifcads, Notes, Blank Iteccinls Just...

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