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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 December 1866

Che JjcIFcrsotuan, THURSDAY,-DECEMBER 13.1SC6. Donation. There will be a donation, at the M. K. Parsonage, in SmithSeld township, for lhe benefit of the Rev. Henry Litts, on "Wednesday, the 10th of December inst. Should that day prove stormy, the dona tion will be held on the next fair day. The public arc kiudly solicited to attend. Coal up. Why is it? The price of coal hag been rai?ed cn consumers hero at from tea to twenty cents jer ton. Can any one tell why this is? In New-York where there is a choice of market there is a continual de cline going on in the price of coal. Here. where the company is both wholesale and retail merchant, and has the control of the market, it is advancing. "Who can give us a reasonable why or wherefore for this state of things? Collision. On Monday laat, about midday, there was a terrible smash up, on the railroad, near Bell's Bridge, caused by the collid ing of the freight train goisg south with a coal traiu north. The locomotives of both trains were ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 December 1866

Hi Sheriff's Sale, irY virtue of a writ of ten. ex. de terris Vj to me directed, issued out of the Court hf Common Pleas of Monroe County, I wil expose to sale, at pucnc vendue, on Saturday, the 22nd day of Decanter, 1C6. at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Court-House, in tne oorouga or atroudsburg, the following described Real-Estate to wit: A certain lot or piece or i,ana situate in the township of Hamilton, in Mouroe county, containing SI ACHES 131 PEBCIICS, dioininjr land of Cressman, Walter Barry, Catharine Anthony, and Michael Siiper, about 20 acres are Meadow, between 3 and 4 acres partly cleared, balance plow land. There is an Apple-Orchard on the premises. The improvements are a FRAME HOUSE, 25 by 22 feet, 2 stories high, FRAME If Ally with tone Mables, 30 by 40 feet, Frame Hog btsblc. lining the same prerai which Peter Snyder, Administrator of Geo, Heller, deceased, by Deed dated March 29, 1559, e nd Recorded at Stroudsburg, in Deed Book, vol. 9, pp. 87, granted and con...

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 December 1866

fjl O T II E L, A D I 8 or STROUDSBURG AND VICINITY. FRANCOIS GHEGOIRE, PREMIERE CHEMIST, OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC ins "ENAMEL OF AMERICA" is Confident that its merits need but a trial to supjtiant the numerous deleterious min eral compounds now in use. UNLIKE THE VARIOUS TABLETS, TOWDERS and ROUGES, WHICH MERELY COVER AND EVENT UALLY ROUGHEN AND DE STROY THE SKIN. THE ENAMEL OF AMERICA (Buing entirely vegetable in all its compo nent parts.) THOROUGHLY REMOVES, AND PERMANENTLY ERADICATES ALL BLOTCHES. FRECKLES. SrECKS, 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 ix 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 A3 HARMLESS AND FREE FROM ALL DELETERIOUS COMPOUNDS AS SPRING WATER. It has received the followi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 December 1866

Tffi at Draolcil. to Politics, fitttotutc, a8ritulliirt, Bcitnct, iHoralit!!, oni) cntrnl nltlli3cntc. . VOL. 25; STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., DECEMBER 20, IS6G. NO. 40. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if not paid bnf ra the iiil of the year, two dollars and filfy eti-will be rharppd. No p.iperdicjntinued until all nrreaiages nre paid, tiefpi at t lie option of the Editor. jjf 4itertiseinents of one fqureof(rigl.t lmeiOor 1s-,0S ar ibree iu.ei tions $ I 50. E.u'h additional i.iserU98, 59 -t. Longer ones in iropoiti i. JOB I'lin TIG, OF ALL KINDS, gcXc- in the highest Myle of the Art, and on the most teasoii'tble terms. ATTORNEY-AT LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office tcith S. S- Drvhrr, Bnq. All claims against the Government prose cuted with dispatch at reduced rules. (jT An additional bounty of $100 and of $50 procored for Soldiers in the lute War, MKK or EXTRA CHARGE. August , 1866. DR A. REEVES JACK30rj PHYSICIAN AND SURG...

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 December 1866

r .1! ' S r . J 1 : Mi u ii ;1 : f uTljc 2fc(Fcvsonian, THURSDAY, DZCXUEER 0, 1GC& jfciFNo j apcr will be issued from this cfScs ccxt vrcek. This is in accordance with our regular custom. . Kotice. The Ilushkill Mite Society, will meet at the house of A. G. Hull, oa Monday evening, Pes. 21th. Ousters an J re i'reshments will he served. A coriiil in vitation is eriended to all. Uusiikill, Dec. IS, 1SG0. ronaticn. A .New lcars Donation visit will be iriren to Rev. J. Kiiby Davie, oti Jan. 1st, ISG7, at his residence, iu Shawnee, Pa All 3re cordially invited to give au ex pression of -good will, by their pretence and their gifts, on this occasion. 13y order of ihe Com. of Arranged. SlIAWXEi XSU The season put on its winter garb on Sunday last. Sao fell ia this neigh borhood to the depth of at ld;t twelv inches, and the jiagling cf slsigh bells is cow the order cf the day. Persons w! have tried it, however, say that the Eleih leg is net first rats. Annnal Donation. The auoual donati...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 20 December 1866

henfrs Sale, BY virtoe of a writ of ven. ex. de terris, to me directed, issued out of the Court 0f Common Pleas of Monroe County, I will expose to sale, at public vendue, on Saturday, the 22nd day of Decanter, Sfi6, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Court-House, in the borough of Stroudsburg, the following described Real-Estate to wit: A certain lot or piece of Land situate in the township of Hamilton, in Mouroe county, containing 31 AC SIRS fSl PEKCIIKS, adjoining land of Cressman, Walter Barry, Catharine Anthony, and Michael Super, about 20 acred are Meadow, between 3 and 4 acres partly cleared, balance plow land. There is an Apple-Orchard on the premises. rue improvements are a - PiUSE HOUSE, b by t2 feet, 2 etories high, FRAME JiARX with Stone Stable-, 30 by 40 feet, Frame Hog Stable. EK'ing the same premi which Peter Snyder, Administrator of Geo. Heller, deceased, by Dcd dated March 2S, 1659, and Recorded at Stroudsburg, in Deed Book, vol. 9, r.p. 67, granted and conveyed t...

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 December 1866

rpO THE LADIES OF STROUDSBURG AND VICINITY. FRANCOIS GREGOIRE, Pit E M I E II E C II E 31 1ST, is OFFERING TO THE TUBLIC ms "ENAMEL OF AMERICA" . is Confident that its merits need but t trial to upplant tliC numerous deleterious m:n cral compounds nw in u?e. UNLIKE THE VARIOUS TABLETS, rOWDERS and ROUGES, WHICH MERELY COVER AND EVENT UALLY roly;iien and de stroy THE SKIN. THE . ENAMEL OF AMERICA (Dew; entirely vegetable in ell 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 Bcautifuljy Transparent Glow of Blooming Youth.. IT WILL POSITIVELY MAKE THE SKIN SOFT AND SMOOTH IX TEN MINUTES AFTER IT IS APPLIED, OK TJib money paid fur it will positively be re funded. A BOTTL ALWAYS OPEN UPON THE COUNTER FOR LADES TO USE, BEFORE THEY PAY FOR IT, FREE OF CHARGE. IT IS A3 HARMLESS AND FREE FROM ALL DELETERIOUS COMPOUNDS AS SPRING WATJ2R. It has received ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 January 1867

THE JEFFEBSQNIAN." Btmch ta jpolitic0, literature, Agriculture, Science, ilToralttn, aub aural 3utclligc ucc. VOL. 25. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if not paid before the end of tbe year, two dollars and filfy ct- will be charged. No paperdiscontinued until all Arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. K7Advertisemeuts of one equare of (eight lines) or ltt, one or three insertions $ I 50. Each additional insertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRIXTISC Or ALL KINDS, Cxceuted in the highest style of the Arl.andonthe most reasonnble terms. S. HOLLIES, JKM ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. OJJice with S. S. Dreher, Esq. All claims against the Government prose cuted with dispatch at reduced ntes, OCT An additional bounty of S100 and of i $50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, it ik of extra charge. August 2, 1866. DR A. REEVES JACKSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Begs leave to announce thnt, in j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 January 1867

i)c JJcffcrsomnn, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, IS 67. The coldest day of the season was Friday, December 21st. Iu this place the Therinoiretsr stood at nineteen below zero. fcS- Jacob L. V.'yckoff and George Fa Lie, residents of oar borough, recently traded properties. Fable takes the por tion of Mr. WyckofTs house recently oc cupied" by Mr. Fostens as a hotel, and gives in lieu thereof, the property in Stroud township, known a3 the 31 organ farm, and 32,000 ia cash. Mr. Wyckoff held his property at 3,000. . Winter Sport. One of the best placaa wc know of to go to, where the sport of fishing can be enjoyed, in winter, to the be.-t advantage, is Porter's Pond, in Fike county. We spent several days there last summer, and found the hotel, under the management of Mr. Lake and his estimable lady, to be all that could be desired even by the most fastidious visitor. The houso, in its ev ery denartment, was neat and clean as a new pin, the beds were excellent, and the table supplied with eatables i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 January 1867

REDUCTION IM PRICE OF THE AMERICAN WATCHES, MADE AT WALTHAM, MASS. Iq consequent of the recent great decline in gold and silver and all the materials used in the manufacture of our goods, and in an ticipation cf a still further decline,- we have reduced our prices to as low a point as they can be placed With Gold at Far, 60 that no one need hesitate to buy a watch now from the expectation that it will be cheaper at some future time. The test of ten years and the manufacture and sale of More tlian 200,000 Watelies, have given our productions th2 very highest rank amonj timekeepers. Commencing with the delciminatioa to make thoroughly excel lent watches, cur business has steadily in ' creased as the public became ccquaintcd with their value, until for months together, wfthavc been" unable to "eupply the demand. We have repeatedly enlarged our factory buildings until they now cover over three. acres oi ground, and give accommodation to more than e;ght hundred workmen. We arc fuily just...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 January 1867

13 l: ladies OF STROUDSBURG AND VICINITY. FRANCOIS GRKGOIRH, PREMIERE CHEMIST, OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC "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, rOWDERS and ROUGES, WHICH MERELY COVER AND EVENT UALLY ROUGHEN AND DE STROY THE SKIN. THE ENAMEL OF AMERICA (Bing entirely vegetable iu ail ita compo nent parts.) THOROUGHLY REMOVES, AND PERMANENTLY ERADICATES ALL, BLOTCHES. PRECZLES. SPECKS, PIMPLES Anj all impurities arising from a diseased state of the Cuticle, imparting the Beautifully rranspi rent Glow cf Blooming Youth. IT WILL POSITIVELY MAKE THE SKIN SOFT AND SMOOTH TEN MINUTES AFTER IT IS APPLIED, on . ' Ti money paid for it will positively be rc fuuded. A BOTTLE ALWAYS OPEN UPON THE COUNTER FOR LADES TO USE. BEFORE THEY PAY FOR IT, FREE OF CHARGE. IT IS A3 HARMLESS AND FREE FROM ALL DELETERIOUS COMPOUNDS A3 It his received the following distinguished tndorseraents...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 January 1867

JUL r H A Scuotci to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, ittovalitn, auu encral intelligence. VOL. 25. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., JANUARY 10, ISC7; NO. 42. JEFFERSON! AN. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS-Two dollars a year in advance and if not paid fre the end of the year, two dollars and filfy ct. will be choused. No paoerdiscrtntinued until all arrearages are paid, cxrent at the option of the Editor. Advertisements of one rquareof (eight lines) or les, one or three insertions 91 50. Each additional iititertion. 50 cents. Longer ones in proportion. job printing, nv at.t. civns executed in the highest style of the Art, and o'nthe s. holmes, jss., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office xcith S. S. Drcher, Esq. All claims against the Government prose euted with dispatch at reduced rntes. Cr Antadditional bounty of $100 and of $50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, MIE OF EXTRA. CHARGE. August 2, 1966. DR A. REEVZS JACKSON, PHYSICIAN AND...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 January 1867

...... ,. I; ' i ) it" . ,-4 4 I - -l; . 1 1 ' t X .. , . .. ) . ; I n i f I ... ; Cl)c 5cffcv5onian, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 16C7. C3Wc would call attention to the adver tisement headed "A Rare Chance." So de sirable a location, in to thriving1 a business place as Bethlehem, seldom offers. SO. M. Fleming, of EelviJere, New Jersey, is in want of Ilickorj Plank. Sec Lis advertisement in another column of to day's paper. Thanks. Wc are under obligation to Gen. Eur net, the representative of this distrist in ihe Senate of Pennsylvania, for copies ol the Governor's Message and the Auditor General's Itcport. Ccnveyancirj, &c. Judge De Young announces in another column, the establishment of himself in business, as a Convcjanccr and General Land Agent. lie will attend to ths draw ing up of legal papers as well ss the pur chase and sale of lands. His business experience is such as to recommend him to personf, who find it necessary to em ploy an agent in such matters. a tv- .: will be held...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 January 1867

REDUCTION Itt PHICE oV THE .. , 'A3IEBICAN WATCHES, MADE AT WALTHAM, MASS. In consequent of the recent great decline in gold and silver and all the materials used in the manufacture of our goods, and in an ticipation of a still further decline, wc have reduced our prices to as low a poir.t as they can be placed 7itli Gold at Par, bo that no one ncctl hesitate to buy a watch now from the expectation that it will be cheaper at some fdiwre time. The test of ten years and the manufacture and sale of More tfcan 200,000 Watches, have given our productions the very highest rank anipn timekeepers. Commencing with the determination to make thoroughly excel lent watche?, our business has steadily in creased as the public became acquainted with their value, until for months together, we have been unable to supply the demand. We have repeatedly enlarged our factory buildings until they now covor over three acres of ground, and give accommodation to more than eight hundred workmen. Vc arc fully ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 January 1867

THE LADIES OF STROUDSBURG AND VICINITY. FRANCOIS GREGOIRE, PREMIERE CHEMIST, OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC HIS "ENAMEL OF AMERICA" IS Confident that its merits need but a trial upplant the numerous deleterious ruin oral compounds now in use. UNLIKE THE VARIOUS TABLETS, rOWDERSana to ROUGES, WHICH MERELY COVER AND EVHNT UALLY ROUGHEN AND DE STROY THE SKIN. THE ENAMEL OF AMERICA (B;ii eutirely vegetable iu all iti compo4 sent parts.) THOROUGHLY REMOVES, AND PERMANENTLY ERADICATES ALL BLOTCHES, FRECKLES. SPECKS, PIMPLES AaJ all impurities arising from a diseased Hate of the Cuticle, imparling the Beautifully Transparent Glow of Blooming Youth. IT NY ILL POSITIVELY MAKE . the skin Soft and smooth IN TEN MINUTES AFTER IT IS APPLIED, OR 0 T"at c:iey paid for it will positively be re fuaded. A BOTTLE ALWAYS OPEN UPON THE COUNTER FOR LADES TO USE, E E F O R E THEY PAY FOR IT, FREE OF CHARGE. it is AS HARMLESS AND FREE FROM ALL DELETERIOUS COMPOUNDS AS SPRING WATER. It has received the following di...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 January 1867

J I in.,,,..., ,n i, Bcuotcir to politico, Citcroturc, Agriculture, Science, iHomlitn, nub cncral intelligence. . r ; ii mi mmm mi iujubtw BFJPM VOL. 25. Published by Theodore Sclsoch. TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if not paid bi'fre t!ie end of the year, two dollars and fitfy ct. will be charged. No paner discontinued until all arrearages a re paid, cxrentat the option of the Editor. H7Ad vcrlisemen ts of one square of (eight linesl or Itss.nsor three insertions $ I 50. E.ich additional insertion, 53 cents. Longer ones in propoiticn. JOS PRISTIXG, OF ALL KINDS, fx.cuted in the highest style of the Arl.andonthe most reason tb I c terms. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office tcith S. S. DrtJier, Esq. All claims against the Government prose cuted with dispatch at reduced rates. OCT An additional bounty of 8100 and of $50 procured for Sddiers in the late War, TBEE OF EXTRA CHARGE. JQ August 2, 186G. DR A. REEVES JACKSCW, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Begs...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 January 1867

CIjc 2cffcvsonian, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1867. ronation Visit. A Donation visit will be given to the Rev. 13. S. Everitt, at the Presbyterian J'arsonage, oa Thursday, the 24th inst, which all the friends of the pastor are cordially invited to attend, both afternoon and evening. Large Trout. - Mr. James Coolbangh exhibited in our office a Trout, which he had caught in Scely's Pond, near Abraham Coelbaugh's, iu Middlo SniithCeld, cn Saturday last, which measured twenty inches in lcDgth, twelve inches in circumference, and weighed three pounds, six ounces. It was a whopper in size, though, on the bout grape principle, we doubt the deli cacy of its flesh. X?UThe Governor elect, his excellency, Gen. John W. Geary, -was duly inaugu rated at Harrisburg,- on Tuesday last. We will endeavor to give the Inaugural Address in our next week's paper. On the same day Gen. Simon Cameron was' elected United States Senator, over Edgar A Cowan, as follows : Senate. House. For Simon Canicrqn, Id G2 . " ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 January 1867

REASONS WHY THE AMERICAN WATCH jiade at WALTS! AM, IT! ass. IS THE BEST. U is rtRiJc on tho best princir!e. Its frame is com osrd of SOLID PLATSS. NO jar can interfere with the harmony cf itj working an J no Midden shock c;in Oaniage Its machinery. Every ricce is made and fin ished bv machinery (itself famous for its i.ovelty, us Veil as for its effectiveness) and is therefore properly mad. The wM.h is what all mechanism should be ACCURATE, SIMPLE, STRONG AND ECONOMI CAL Except so-ne I.15I1 grades, too costly for gener al use, foreign watches aie chicfiy made ty women and boys. Such watches are composed of several hundred pieces, rcrewed a:id riveted together, and re cuire ccr.star.t repairs to keep them in any kind of order. All jcrsor.s who l,ne carried " ancres," "Icp incs''ani E:ig!isli I'htent Levers," are pcifectly well 8arc of the tiuth of this statement. At the biriar.in of our c;iie;piis3, n-.oie than ten years ago. U w as our first object to m 'Ac a thoroup:. ly good low-p...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 January 1867

MHO TIJK LADIES OF ST110UDSBURG AND VICINITY. . FRANCOIS (JEEGOIRE, PREMIERE CHEMIST, IN OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC - , ' ins "ENAMEL OF AMERICA" IS Confident that its merits need but a trial to supplant the 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 (Bfcing entirely vegetable in all ita compo nent parts.) THOROUGHLY REMOVES, AND PERMANENTLY ERADICATES ALL BLOTCHES. FRECKLES. SPECKS, PIMPLES And all impurities arising from a diseased elate of the Cuticle, imparting the Beautifully Transparent Glow of Blooming Youth. IT WILL POSITIVELY MAKE THE SKIN SOFT AND SMOOTH IN TEN MINUTES AFTER IT IS APPLIED, ou Tha money paid for it will positively be re funded. A BOTTLE ALWAYS OPEN UPON THE COUNTER FOR LADES TO UiSE, BEFORE THEY PAY FOR IT, FREE OF CHARGE. IT 13 AS HARMLESS AND FREE FROM ALL DELETERIOUS COMPOUNDS AS SPRING WATER. It lias received t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 January 1867

p H L-JLJUJ acuotca fo gbliticg, literature, agriculture, Science, iitoralitn, au tncral intelligence.' VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., JANUARY 21, IS67. NO.' 44. Published by Theodore Schocli. 'TERMS Two dollars Ayrarin advance and if not feaiJ bef re the end of the year, two dollars and fitfy tt. will be rhurgnl. No p:iperdiseontnueil until allarreaiagcsare paid, errein at I he option of the Euitor. liy.K Ivertiscments of one sqimre of (oigl.t lines) or Jess, one or three insertions $ 1 60. E.ioh additional Uiertion, 53 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PKI.YTIXG, OF ALL KINDS, executed In the highest Myle of the Arl.artd onthe most i easorrtljle terms. ATTORNEY'-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Ojricz tcith S. S. Drchcr, Esq. All claims against the Government prose cuted with dispatch at reduced rates. An additional bounty of 8100 and of $50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, FBEE OF EXTRA CHARGE. August 2, 1SG6. DR A.nEEVS JACKSON, PHYSICIAN AN...

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