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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 August 1866

denying them all share in the enactment of laws bj which they are to be governed, and all participaf.iou in the election ol the rulers by whom those laws are to be enforced. In other words, a Congress in which only twenty six States arc repre sented asserts the right to govern, abso lutely and in its own discretion, all the thirty-six States which compose the Uni on to make their laws and choose their rulers, and to exclude the other ten from all share in tlicir own government until it sees fit to admit them thereto. What is there to distinguish the power thus as serted and exercised from the most abso lute and intolerable tyranny? to be continued. Sri)c jTcffcrsoniait, THURSDAY, ATJQTIST 30, 1866. VMM STATE TICKET. for covF.nxon, Major General JOHN X. GEARY, OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. rgi.We commence, on the first page, the publication of the able Address adop ted by the National Union Convention, which met at Philadelphia on the 14th inst. It is well worth an attentive peru sal. Religi...

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 August 1866

SHERIFFS SALE. Y virtue of a writ of vcn. ex. dc terris, to me directed, issued out ot the Court f Common I'leas of Monroe County, I wilh expose to sale, at puDiic vcnaue, or, Saturday, the Ztth day of September next ,t o'clock in the- afiernocn, at the Court- . . i House, in the borough of Stroudsburg, the following described Real-Estate to wit: Four several tracts or pieces of land situ nte in Polk township, in said county, No. containing; 50 Acre?, nil cleared, of which 0 acres are Meadow, adjoining lands of Daniel Dottcrcr, George Hawk, Estate of Thomas Craig, dee'd., and others. The improvements consist ot one ,S WVM1LL, one LOU HOUSE, stories l,iTh. feet, one LOU STAIfLE tfUx JO feet, one LOU HOUSE 4Gx'J0 feet, one UASK BAR. 4U.3U teet, one l.OU STA BLE 24x22 feet. There is a lut of Fruit Trees on the premier and a stream of wa ter passing through the same. No. 2 containing 100 Acres 23 acres cleared, balance Timber land, ad joining lands of said Daniel Doiterer, George Hawk, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 August 1866

HELfVSBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU. UELMBOLD'S BUCIIU. UELMBOLD'S BUCHU. -UELMBOLD'S BUCIIU. TIic Only Known Remedy for DIABETES, ' Irritation of the Neck of the Bladder, In flamalion of the Kidneys, Ca'arrh of the Bladder, Stranguary or pain ful Urinating. For these diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy, and too much cannot be said in its praise. A single dose haa been known to relieve the most urgent symptoms. Are you troubled with that distressing pain in the small of the back and through tho hips! A teaspoon full a day of Hclm bold's Buchu will relieve you. PMYSICIAHS Atfl OTHERS PLEASE NOTICE. I make no secret of ingredients. Ilclm bold's Extract Buchu is composed of Buchu, Cubebs, and Juniper Berries, selected with great care, prepared in vacuo and 'according j rules of PHARMACY AND CIIEMISTIIY.- These ingrcdidnts aro known aa the most valuable Diuretics afforded. DIUHETIC Is that which acts upon the kidneys. IIEL3IB0LD'S EXTRACT BUCIIU ACTS GENTLY, Is pleasant in taste and odor, fr...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 September 1866

I, -, k - m Elcuotclf to politics, itcrnturc, Agriculture, Science, iilovnlitvi, miD cnerol 3ntclltgcncc. VOL. 25. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., SEPTEMBER 6, 18CC. NO. 25. Ll 1 J Published by Theodore Schoch. TEItMS Two dollars a yrar in advance and if not paid befire the end oTthe year, two dollars and filfy cts. will be charged. No paperdisoontiniica until all arrearages are paid, exceptat the option of the Editor. IDAdvertiseinents of one square of (eigl.t lmesior less, one or three insertions 5 1 50. Each .additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB P11INTI3G, OF ALL KINDS, Eiccuted in the highest Myle of I he Art.andonthe most reasor.nble terms. S. HOLIEST, .115., TTORNE Y-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office with S. tf. Drchcr, Esq. All claims agaiost the Government prose cuted with dispatch at reduced rates. An addilional bounty of 8100 and of $50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, FBEK OF KXTRA CIIAttUE. August 2, 1800. DR. A. RE...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 September 1866

i?i9 poicer conferred 'vpon it by the Con stitution, to have been dull elected, re turned and qualified for a seat therein. When this shall have been done the govern merit will have been restored to its integrity, the Coustitulion of the Uni ted States will have been re-established in its lull supremacy, and the American Uuiou will have again become what it was designed to be by those who formed it, ji sovereign nation, composed of separate States, each, like itself, moving in a distinct and independent sphere, exercising pow ers defined and reserved by a common Constitution, and resting upon the assent, the confidence and co operation of all the States and all the people subject to its authority. Thus reorganized and restor ed to tlrcir constitutional relations, the .States and the general government can en ter in a fraternal spirit, with a common purpose and a common interest, upon whatever reforms the security of personal right?, the enlargement of popular liber ty, and the perfe...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 September 1866

eelf swear, that his bonafide residence in pursuance of his lawful calling is within the district, and that lie did not remove in said district for the purpose of voting therein. . "Every person qualified aforesaid, and who thall make due proof, if required of his resi dence and payment of taxes aforesaid, shall be admitted to vote in the township, ward or .i-trirt in which he shall reside. lilvi . 'If an yperson not qualified to vote in tins Commonwealth, agreeably to law, (except the eons of qualified citizens) shall appear at any place of election lor tne purpose oi iumg tickets or influencing the citizens qualified tr. votp. he shall on conviction forfeit and pay any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars, for every such offence, and be imprisoned for any term not exceeding uiree mo nins. Pursuant to the provision contai ned in the Gth section of. the act aforesaid, the Judges of the aforesaid district shall take charged thr certificate or return of the el ectiou of their respect...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 6 September 1866

rjlO T II 12 LADIES OF STllOUDSBURG AND VICINITY. FltANCOIS GHEGOIUK, rilEMIEllK CHEMIST, IN OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC ms "ENAMEL OF AMERICA" ' is Confident that its merits need but trial to supplant tlie numerous deleterious min eral compounds now in use. UNLIKE THE VARIOUS TABLETS, POWDERS and ROUGES, WHICH MERELY COVER AND EVENT UALLY ROUGHEN AND DE STROY THE SKIN. THE ENAMEL OF AMERICA (Being entirely vegetable in all its compo nent parts.) THOROUGHLY REMOVES, AND PERMANENTLY ERADICATES ALL BLOTCHES, FRECKLES, SPECKS, PIMPLES And all impurities arising from a diseased state of the Cuticle, imparling the Beautifully Transparent Glow of Blooming Youth. IT WILL POSITIVELY MAKE THE SKIN SOFT AND SMOOTH IN TEN MINUTES AFTER IT IS APPLIED, OR The money paid for it will positively be re funded. A BOTTLE ALWAYS OPEN UPON THE COUNTER FOR LADES TO USE, BEFORE THEY PAY FOR IT, FREE OF CHARGE. IT IS AS HARMLESS AND FREE FROM ALL DELETERIOUS COMPOUNDS AS SPRING WATER. It has received the follow...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 September 1866

u ! i J. i Ocuotco to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, ilTomlitu, aui (Scncval SutcUigcucc. VOL. 25. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., SEPTEMBER 13, !866. NO. G. MIMIM1I , MMMMMMM"wi'Bamii MMgtEaM.,MM . . Published by Theodore Schoch. TERM?5 Two dollars a year in advance and if not paid bef re the end of the year, two dollars and filfy cts. will he rhareed. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, cicept at the option of the Editor. lO'Advertiseineiits of one square of (eight lineslor less, one or three i nscrtions $ 1 50. Earn" additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportiun.- JOIS PEHXTIXG, OF ALL KINDS, Executed in the highest s-tyle of the Art.andonthe most reasoti-tble terms. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office icith S. S. Either, Esq. AH claims against the Government prose cuted with dispatch at reduced rites. (r An additional bounty of $100 and of S50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, frek of extra charge. TQ ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 September 1866

ami around tlyj point to the summit of Lookout. They saw Hooker encarriped eniong the wooded knoll a,way above, and Geary and Lis handful of men jar be low, and counting ou the paucity of their numbers, they reckoned it feasible to here enter a wedge, that would split the hopes of relieving our army in twain, for what was easier than to dispatch three strong Confederate divisions to sweep down from the summits .where they lay, and while one guarded the bridge over the Wauhatchie Creek, und another the forks of the rend; let the third press over, and by a nisht attack, in overwhelming num bers, cruf-h Geary's little isolated detach ment of veterans, while the division at the Forks kept all reinforcement from Hooker from him; then quickly retrac ing their hteps, form a junction with both the divisions at the forks and the bridge, pushing up the valley, fall on the skele ton 11th corps, and their numbers and the bayonet, annihilate or drive it with Ilagan's command over the pontoons at...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 September 1866

6f citizenship, and their rights to become citi zens, and are deprived of exercising any rights of citizens thereof: And whereas. Persons, not citizens of the United States, arc not, under the constitu tion and laws of Pennsylvania, qualified elec tors of the commonwealth : Section 1. lie it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Com fnontcealth of Ilnnsilvania in General As sembly met, and it is hereby enacted by au thority of the same, That in all elections hereafter to Ijc held in this commonwealth, it shall be unlawful for the judge or inspec tors of any such election to receive any bal lot, or ballots, from any person, or persons, embraced in the provisions, and subject to the disability, imposed by said act of Con cress, approved March third, one thousand eiht'hundred nnd sixty-five, and it shall be unlawful for any such person to vole any ballot, or ballots. fc'tcTiox 2. That it any such judge or in Tprxiorsof election, or any one of them shall receive, or ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 September 1866

fJlO THE LADIES OF STROUDSBURG AND VICINITY. FltANCOIS Gil EG 01 HE, PREMIERE CHEMIST, IN OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC HIS "ENAMEL OF AMERICA" is Confident that its merits need but a trial to supplant tlie numerous deleterious min eral compounds now in u?e. UNLIKE THE VARIOUS TABLETS, POWDERS and ROUGES, WHICH MERELY COVER AND EVENT UALLY ROUGHEN AND DE STROY THE SKIN. THE ENAMEL OF AMERICA (Being entirely vegetable in all its compo nent parts.) THOROUGHLY REMOVES, AND PERMANENTLY ERADICATES ALL BLOTCHES, FRECKLES, SPECKS, PIMPLES And all impurities arising from a diseased state ot the Cuticle, imparting the "Beautifully Transparent Glow of Blooming Youth. IT WILL POSITIVELY MAKE THE SKIN SOFT AND SMOOTH IX TEN MINUTES AFTER IT IS APPLIED. OB. The money paid for it will positively bo re funded. A BOTTLE ALWAYS OPEN UPON THE COUNTER FOR LADES TO USE, .BEFORE THEY PAY FOR IT, FREE OF CHARGE. IT 13 AS HARMLESS AND FREE FROM ALL DELETERIOUS COMPOUNDS AS SPRING WATER. It has received the follo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 September 1866

v w A w JL 11 a w Bcuoicii to Jpolitit0, literature, Agriculture, Science, illovnlitn, nub cncrnl 3ntclligc. VOL. 25. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., SEPTEMBER 20, ISG6. NO. 2?. ' Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Twoollars a year in advance and if not paid before the end of the year, two dollars and filfy cts. will be charged. No paper discontinued until all arreaiagesare paid, except at the option of the Editor. lO'Advertiseineiits of one square of (eight lines) or les, one or three insertions $1 50. Each additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, Executed in the highest style of the Art.andonthe most reasorrible terms. S. IIOIflES, JK., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office iciih S. S. Dreher -Esq. All claims against the Government prose cuted with dispatch at reduced rates. 03" An additional bounty of $100 and of 50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, F8F.K OF EXTRA CHARGE. Q August 2, 18C6. DR. A. REE...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 September 1866

Cl)c 3c(fcrsomaxv THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1866. UXiON STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, Major General JOUS W. GEARY, OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS, Gen. WILLIAM LILLY, OF CARBON COUNT V. FOR SENATOR, ' CHARLES F. ROCKWELL, OF WAYNE COUNTY. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Maj. WILLIAM SCH00N0VER, - OFyMONROE COUNTY. Don't forget that the Agricultural Fair commences on tho 2nd and ends on the 5th of October. One of the attrac tions of the Fair will be the performan ces of the Star Minstrels, who will be on the grounds during the Fair. The Phoenix. Wo are pleased to learn that the fl Grand Gift Distribution," for the bene fit of the Phoenix Fire Company of our borough, promises to be a complete suc cess. The certificates are selling quite rapidly, and to secure one of the valuable premiums, every body should make sure cf a certificate by purchasing early. There could be no more praiseworthy object, none in which our citizens could have a deeper interest. It should be born in mind that the object of...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 September 1866

Trial List Sept. T. 1866 Solomon Hill, vs. Uenjaniin Hortoa. Abel Gushing, vs. Washington Over field. " Loring Andrew, vs. Mathias Brakeley. James A. M. Gowar, vs. Jacob Stouffer. Same, vs. Stephen & Charles E. Kcstler Henry C. Wolfe, vs. Reuben Shupp. Charles Saylor, vs. Peter Merwine. 11. E. J. Eilenbergcr, vs, Del. Lack. & W. It. R. Melchoir Hay, vs. Samuel A. Singer. Luther Fillmore, vs. Samuel Michaels. Jacob Price, vs.- William Eeesecker. John Postens, vs. Mary Ann Peters, Executor of Anthony Peters, deceased. Peter Uonser, vs. Stephen Kestlcr. Reuben Shupp, vs. Township of Polk. Com. of Pa., vs. James Ballantync. TIIOS. M. McILIIANEV, Prot. Argument List Sept. T. William Place, vs. Martin Courtright. Use of Elizabeth Mackcs, vs. John Kunkel. Same, vs. Nathan Serfass. John Ilaag, vs. Henry Schaller, Guar uishec of Lorenz Weiss. II. A. Lancaster, vs. same II. A. & W. Lancaster, vs. same. John Marsh, vs. John Eccs. George W. Mar&h, vs. James Runnel. Rule upon And...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 September 1866

fjO THE LADIES " OF STR0UDSBU110 AND VICIiN l i i . FRANCOIS G11EG0IUE, PREMIERE CHEMIST, IN OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC III 3 "ENAMEL OF AMERICA" is Confident that its merits need but a trial to supplant the numerous deleterious min eral compounds now in use. UNLIKE THE VARIOUS TABLETS, DERSand ROUGES, WHICH MERELY COYER AND EVENT UALLY ROUGHEN AND DE STROY THE SKIN. THE ENAMEL OF AMERICA (Being entirely vegetable in all its compo nent parts.) THOROUGHLY REMOVES, AXD PERMANENTLY ERADICATES ALL BLOTCHES, FRECKLES, SPECKS, PIMPLES, And all impurities arising from a diseased state of the Cuticle, imparting the . Beautifully Transparent Glow of Blooming Youth. IT WILL POSITIVELY MAKE THE SKIN SOFT AND SMOOTH IX TEN MINUTES AFTER IT IS APPLIED, on. The money paid for it will positively be re funded. A BOTTLE ALWAYS OPEN UPON THE COUNTER FOR LADES TO USE, BEFORE THEY PAY FOR IT, FREE OF CHARGE. IT 13 AS HARMLESS AND FREE FROM ALL DELETERIOUS COMPOUNDS AS SPRING WATER. It has received the foll...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 September 1866

' : r 1 A )cuoici ta politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, illornlitn, anb encral intelligence- VOL. 25. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., SEPTEMBER 27, I860. NO. 28. JEEFERSONI AN. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if not paid tef re the end of the year, two Uollaisnd fitfy cts. will be charged. No paper discontinued until all arreai ages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. ICAlvertisements of one fquare of (eigl.t lnieslor lesi.oneor three insertions $ 1 50. Each additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones In proportion. JOB PKflXTfXG, OF ALL KIND8, Executed in the highest style of the Arl.andonthe most reasoii-tble terms. s. saorjaKs, jk., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office icith S. S. Dreher, Esq. All claims against the Government prose cuted with dispatch at reduced rates. QgjT An additional bounty of 100 and of $50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, FfiEK OF EXTRA CHARGE. August 2, 1866. ' Dr...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 September 1866

uli)c 3fc(Fcvsoman, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1866. UiMOX STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, Major General JOHX W. GEARY, OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. FOR CONGRKSS. Gen. WILLIAM LILLY, OF CARBON COUNTY. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Maj. WILLIAM SCH00N0VER, OF MONROE COUNTY. A number of matters intended to be noticed this week, will receive atten tion in oar next. X$3u.The communication, of "Justicia,1 from Washington, i. J., -will appear m our next week's paper. It will not spoil by keeping. THE DEMOCRACY. I XSTThe Democracy held a meeting at Pursuant to previous notice Friday last the Court House, on Monday eveuiog last was a big day for the democracy. Iliester which was addressed by M. Hale Jones, Clymer was here, and the democracy in all Eg( of Eastori an(l Stanly Woodward, its glory turned out to meet him, to greet Hsq. 0nvilkes-Barrc. Mr. Jones's speech him, and to hear him. There was to have wa8 a tremcndously heavy affair, made up been n irrand lime, with men on horso tack, . , . ., . .... . ueen a g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 September 1866

JUL i - MARRIED At the Lutheran Parsonage, in Hamilton, by the Rev. Henry Seifert, Mr. John W. Yinger, of Hamilton, and Miss Sarah Am Menoel of Chesnuthill, both of Monroe county, Pa. iii:d. On the 15th inst.. of consumption, in Mid dle Smithfield township, Elemjr, wife of John C. Strunk, in thcCOih year ot her age. Office of the Jackson Oil Company Strovdsbvrc, Sept. 2G, 18G6. NOTICE is hereby ffiven, that if the as" cessment of THREE CENTS, per tion share, n the 6tock of the Original Share holders in said company, ordered yb a resolu cf eaid company to be paid on the 1st ot September, lHfifl, shall remain unpaid up to 3 o'clock, P. AI., on Saturday, the 13lh day of October. 1SGG, a sufficient number of said shares to pay the assessment due there on, as aforesaid, will be sold on that day, and at that time, at the Court-House, in the bor ough of Stroudsburg, at public auction, by the Treasurer of said company. L. V. BRODHEAD, Sept. 27, I960 Treasurer. DISSOLUTION OF PARtAKUSinP. rp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 September 1866

noTUC LADIES OP STROUDSBURG AND VICINITY. FRANCOIS GREGOIRE, PREMIERE CHEMIST, IN OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC HIS "ENAMEL OF AMERICA" is Confident that its merits need but a trial to supplant tle numerous deleterious min eral compounds now in u.-e. UNLIKE THE VARIOUS TABLETS, rOWDERS and ROUGES, WHICH MERELY COVER AND EVENT UALLY ROUGHEN AND DE STROY THE SKIN. THE ENAMEL OF AMERICA (Bring entirely vegetable in all its compo nent parts.) THOROUGHLY REMOVES, AND PERMANENTLY ERADICATES ALL BLOTCHES, FRECKLES, SPECKS, PIMPLES, And all impurities arising from a diseased state of the Cuticle, imparling the Beautifully Transparent Glow ' of Blooming Youth. IT WILL POSITIVELY MAKE THE SKIN SOFT AND SMOOTH IN TEN MINUTES AFTER IT IS APPLIED, OR The money paid for it will positively be re funded. A BOTTLE ALWAYS OPEN UPON THE COUNTER FOR LADES TO USE, BEFORE THEY PAY FOR IT, FREE OF CHARGE. t '. ' IT IS AS HARMLESS AND FREE FROM ALL DELETERIOUS COMPOUNDS AS SPRING WATER. It has received the follow...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 October 1866

n W ! 1 M 11 1 i' - Wit Will. Wjmi JtMWU L-J. ,. Scuotcb ta jpolitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iiloralitu, aut encral 3atclligcwc. VOL. 25. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., OCTOBER 4, 1S6G. NO. 29. r Published by Theodore Schocli TERMS Two dollars a year in ndvar.ee and if not paid before thn end of the year, two dollars and filfy elf. will be clKiicrd. No papprdisoont iriurd until all arrearages a re paid, cxreptal the oy-tion of the Editor. l7AJvertisemcnts of one Fqu:irc of (cigl.t lmcslor I4, one or three insertions sfl 50. F.aeh additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoititn. joss I'naxTiriG, OF ALL KINDS, Executed in the highest Myle of the Arl.andonthe most icasoifible tonus. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUBSBURGr, PA. Office tcith S. S. Drehcr, Rsq. All claims against the Government prose cuted with d it-patch at reduced rates. (7- An additional bounty of 8100 and of $50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, raKK OF EXTRA. CHARGE. August...

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