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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 June 1853

JDcuotcft to Jtolitics, literature, Igriailtuit, Science, iitoralitij, ciriiS eneral intelligence. A VOL. 13. STROUDSBUEG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 9, 1853. NO. 33, Published by Theodore Schoch TERMS Two dollars per annnum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their papers by a earner or stage drivers "employed by the proprietor, will be charged 37 1-2 ecnts, per year, extra. No papers ditcontmued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor. Kj" Advertisements not exceeding one square (six teen lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion A liberal discount made to yearly advertisers. ID All letters addressed to the Editor must be post- i ne cnargc lor one ana mree .insertions uie muuc- Pd. JOB PRIKTI5TG. llaving.a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared toexecutecv...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 June 1853

" I Tallmadgc, formerly a Uuited States Senator, is out in a sec ond lengthy communication substantiating his belief in the truthfulness of "spiritual communications." Ho has had commu nication with the spirit of John C. Gal-; houn who conversed with him, moved ta- - - til. r 1 i i i n . t .. ?r.fc... oca ior mm, cniracu pens in most beauti- Thursday, June 9, 153. WHIG NOMINATIONS. KOIl CANAL COMMISSIONER, MOSES I'OVVSALL, Lancaster County FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, ALEX. K. iracCI,BRE,FrankljnCo. SURVEYOR GENERAL, CHRISTIAN iK ITERS, Clarion Co. Another Mexican War. The following letter from the New York Journal of Commerce is copied by the National Intelligencer, with the remark that " we know that its statements are substantially correct, so far as they relate to Gen. Garland's departure for the Up per llio Grande, and tho strong force of l 1 1 . . - I ' - tui Harmony, played on the guitar a most an arms whicu wni be there under his or i t . ueavcniy symphony, without any visible ucrs;...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 June 1853

Remarkable Forccrv. Ri i? talc not always Iftoal Sccurif v. A few days since a, homespun, farmer looking man, who gave his name as James nuason appeared in Parma, in this Coun ty. He represented hi Dutchess County," New York, where he had recently sold his farm, and claimed to he in search of a new Innnfinn in ii,a U U1U section of the country. Hudson made the acquaintance ot Mr. Lewis Warner, ex amined his farm, which contained 128 acres, and agreed to purchase it for 85, 000. He procured from Mr. Warner a written agreement to this effect, singed by him j and also the deed which gave him (Warner) title, as he said, for the purpose oi tamng it to Cleveland and ex amining the title. Hudson then went to Mr. Cogswell, Justice of the Peace in Par ma, and under pretence of wishing to ...w uU uuomws, uutainea ms ad dress, in his own handwriting Thus havincr in his nossessinn w,rnr'o deed, and the signatures of Warner's and vogswen, Hudson came to Cleveland, and drew up a deed convevino- i...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 June 1853

To whom tllmay concern To the intelligent. the thought ut, ine pnuanthrovic. Your at- acntton is respectfully invited to a new. or-1 'Igtndl. peculiar, and important work, of ISO pages la mo., and containing nearly owe nunarea engravings, and entitled, ESOTERIC AIVTEIROI'OLOGY, BY T. L. NICHOLS, M. D. PRINCIPAL of the American Dydropath it: Inslitute, Educational and Thera ciuicai, .ii roncnesier, i. x., one now s idNlance (win New York city on the New ork and New Haven Railroad. A com prehensive and confidential Treatise on the Structure, Functions, Passional Attractions and Perversions, True and False Physic; iid Social Conditions, and the most inti male Relations of Men and Women, The title. Esoteric Anthropology, will seem strange to many, hut it is thoroughly appropriate. Anthropology is from Anthro- pos. a man, and Logos, a description. li.so i eriQ, 'from Eso, within, signifies private, se rret, interior, and was used hv the ancient philosoohera to distinguish their private l...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 June 1853

JDcDoicit ta JoIitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iitoralitn, ani encral intelligence. i i VOL. 13. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 16, I85J. NO. 34. Published by Theodore Schoch TERMS Two dollars per annnum in advance Tw o dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their papers bv a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprietor, will be charged 37 1-2 eents, per year, extra. No papers ditcontinucd until all arrcaragesarc paid, except at the option of the Editor. ID Advertisements not exceeding one square (six teen lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every 3ubsequent insertion The Charge for one and three insertions the Mime. A liberal discount made to vearly advertisers. ID" All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB P R I jV T I N G. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, w e arc prepared to ex...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 June 1853

3& (Tlc 3cffcvsonian. Tiiurstlny, Jnjse IG, I85SJ. WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, 21 OSES FOiAJX, LaticaslerCounty TOR AUDITOR RENRKAI., ALEX. It. ITIoCr.UIiK, Franklin Co. SURVEYOR fJKNERAI., CKBtSSTIAff Ml'KKS, Olirion Co. Fourth of July. The anniversary of our National Indepencl ence i again rapidly approaching, and warns u?, if we wish to make any puplic display in honor of the day in Strotidsbiirg, to be up iind doing, and make the necessary arrange ments. A mcpting should be forthwith called and the Committee appointed to carry its Resolutions into effect. If we wish to have nn Oration on that day, it is time that we looked about us for an Orator. To prepare n good address is a work of some labor, and in justice to the Speaker, he should have suf ficient time allowed him to write an address worthy of himself and of the occasion. The California Harvest. Tho advices from from California to the 7th May state the farmers there were 1'icn busy in cutting and curing t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 June 1853

i lI I A New System of Medicine The Carlisle Democrat reports tlie fol- lovritig case, tried at the last Cumberland County Quarter cessions : Commonwealth vs. Dr. "Waggoner. This was a very amusing ca?e the doc tor being indicted for obtainincr money under false pretbncesj by the following "cute" stratagem in the healing art, played off upon his patient. He told his patient, who was consumptive, evidently pretty far gone, that he could, by invo- King me assistance ot the Holy Spirit and three private interviews, cure him, or he (the doctor) would have no slinrn willi God, which the patient was credulous c nough to believe, and irranted the doctor the first interview, whereupon the doctor nsKeu ior a DiacK thread, measured the sick man's arm and side, then some salt and bread, and a small piece of me oia gentleman s shirt tail, which were all produced, when the doctor, in a man ner very sanctimonious, or to use the ex pression made use of by the old Dutch -witness, in a way which "St...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 June 1853

' IT "11 Tvehnai it may concert To Ad ti fclligcnt the thougMJul, the phum.lhrop t. 1 our r IQsfftum is rcetpcctfullyh.'Siled to i new, or tg3nai peculiar, andmporlaitoark, of lag fges 1 o o. , a ui contavnig n earl y iknarca engrteotgs, and cabled, ESP'2E St I TJ AS TIH1 Et O V Of. G Y, BY T, L. NICHOLS fi. D "OR1 NCI PAL of the American !i:lropath -fl. ir Institute, EduciUion.il r.uf Thera peutical, al Porichestcr, N. Y., onl hour' hlt.mce from New York oily or tie New orlc ninl New Havt: .vailroacl, 8A com pid1insive and confidential Treatise on the tMraeiute, Functions, Patr-nonal Attractions .mil Perversions, True and False Phvsirnl ml ,Social Conditions, and the mcisi lull male Relations of Men arf 'Womeri, Tt.o title. Esoteric Anhropolok;v, wil seni strange lo many, but U is ihotouhly jtifMojrtNte. Anthropology is from ' Anlhro pits. nmn, and Logos, a tleseriptioH Eso jeriu, Irom Eso, wuliin, signifies pritiite, se cret, interior, and was used by the ancient philoM'UMiers lo ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 June 1853

Htooicfc to fPolitics, Cifcrature, Agriculture, 0ckuc, Jitaralttu, an& aural Stadligcna. .lB - .V UJL. J5, STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 23, 1853. NO. 35. r i p - . Hi I ir Theodore Schoch. uars OCT annnilm in adramn Two dollars and H quai1 .fore the end t if the tr, ImUyearly and if not paid be 1 ear, -Two dollars and a haif. Those who receive liseir Jpers by a carrier orstape drivers employed bjjlhe 'iroprietor, will be charged 37 1-2 cents, per yclir,ejira. No papers 'llitcoijlinued until all arrearages are paid, except at theLoptKjh of the Editor. . IE7 Advert tsem lis not exceeding one square (six teen, lines) w:Jl be lj jserted three weeks for one dollar, jnnd twenty-lire ecl is for every subsequent insertion The Charge tor oijj and three insertions the same. A liberal dtsilomiti shade to yearly advertisers. 117 All letters aijilrcsscdto the Editor tnusl be post paid. JOB PRINTING. Raving a g inera' issortment of large, elegant, plain and c rnam Jital Type, we are p...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 June 1853

Kljc .Jcffcfaonian. Tluuxliiy, Juno 23, 18,13. ., f-i-iin m i i ...i. mil, in i nun WHIG'j INOftNNATIQftS. FQ51 (IJ.KAL COMMISSIONER, POIVIVAEX, Lancaster County " FOJf, AUDITOR GENERA!., ALEX- K. BoCXUStE, Franklin Co. IftTRVEYOR GENERAL, CHUffSTjAH' WYEEiS, Chrion Co. 5- We 3am that the citizens of Flat hroc.kville, Susses count, N. J. will eel cbrute the coming 4th of July, and that Col. Ci!AriTOK Burnett, of this place, ha i con9C!nkdto be present and deliver an Oration on the occasion. James. IJ. Walton, Esq. of this place, h-, to (leli'tar an Oration at the celebration io bo bold at Lake Paupunonming, in Hamilton township, in this County, on the 4th of July. The Crops. 0:5-The Pittsburg (Pa.) Gazette of the Oth inst. rijieulcs the predictions of a failure of the wlusat crop, on account of the ravages of the fly . The Gazette says : "Tljo prevalence of these croaking com plninw about the "fly" may lead some people to belmve that ecarcity and high prices are anpe 'ding; but let ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 June 1853

this, appointment as it ought to be spoken r i .1 . or, aitnougu mere are a xew private cm cns of that party who, Tve are infdrraed do denounce it in terms of indignant rep inn. Tins i so far as as it goes, and we hail it as an evidence that there are some righteous men yet leit in bodora. oussex Register Remarkable Physical Phenom enon A Sleeping giant A Hip Van Win kle. The Rochester Democrat gives the subjoined account of a Rip Van "Winkle in that neighborhood : Our attention was called yesterday to a most extraordinary pnenomenon. A full grown man, six feet two inches tall 37 years of age, has slept for nearly five ill. i i i r ' j cms, mm umy occasional ana Uriel in tervals of wakefulness. The name of this man, subject to so remarkble a suspen sion of the ordinary faculties of the race is Cornelius Broomer. He is the son o a farmer living in the town of Clarkson in this county, in whose family only this single and singular instance of somnolcn cy has ever occurred. The subject ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 June 1853

7 ft mav concern To the intelligent A thougMjul, ne P'utamnropic. X our ai tntiou is respectfully invited to a new. or initial, peculiar, and important work, of 4t$0 pages lb mv.. and containing nearly vr.e hundred engravings, and entitled. ESOTERIC ANTHROPOLOGY, BY T. L. NICHOLS, M. D "ORINCIPAT, of the American Dydropath Jl ic Insutute, Educational and Thera- i eutical, at Portchesler. N. Y., one hour's J Istance from Npw York ritv on the New York and New Hav?n Railroad. A com l-rehetisive and confidential Treatise on the. Structure. Functions, Passional Attractions jirrl P4rrprsimi9. True and False Physical id Sncial Conditions, and the most inti use Halations of Men and Women, Ti-r title. Esoteric Anthronolocv, will sccm strange to many, but it is thoroughly rr?ripriajc. Anthropology is from Anthra xes a man, and Logos, a description. liso tci.c, from Eso, within, signifies private, se c ret, interior, and was used by the ancient I h !osnpher3 to distinguish their private Jrctur...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 June 1853

Wmm M mem JOcaotci ta jpolitics, literature, Agriculture, 0rmtcc, iitoralitn, aub cncral 'Jntdliqcncc. .BS 3 Lii 32i i 3k Mfeff - ;J . i VOL. 13. Published by Theodore Scliocli. TERMS Two dollars per annnum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly -and if not paulbe lore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their papers by a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprietor, will be charged 37 1-2 cent, per year, extra. No papers ditconlinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. lET Advertisements not exceeding one square (six teen lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar, and twentv-five cents for every subsequent insertion The Charge for one and three insertions the same. A liberal discount made to yearly advertisers. IU All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. J O B PRLYTISG, Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared to execute every desci ipt...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 June 1853

i I)c 3cffcvsonian. whig noivhnations. TOR CAXAI. COMSIISSIOXEU, MOisJiS i'OWiVAfiL, Lancaster Count) tor .vrnrroR onxnnxL, Ai.CX. Ii. HIcCLUKK, Franklin Co. SURVEYOR general, CKRKTBAiV IUYCRS, Clarion Co. Cfcif Attention is directed to notice of Pouncilinon in another column of to-dav's Jtffcrsouian, relative to pavingf&c: Prop crty holders on Elizabeth street will learn cv it that they are required to havo their pavement completed on or before the first of September next. Erg' We learn from the Milford Herald, ot the 'tn mst.. ttiat li. fc. .Alott, Jj,sq., m connection with Mr. Hamcrsly have ta ken five sections on the Eastern divi?ion ol the Delaware, Lackawnna and Western Railroad. The point of commencement ip near this place, and runs np Brodhead's ,roeli. The contract is a heavy one, and vc rc informed arrangements will be :aalc next week for commencing opera -t.cn upon it. New Biiuk. boveral of the citizens of Danville give -ft. of their intention to apply to the next Lrp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 June 1853

Jealousy and Revenge. Andrew J". Morrissou shot his wife Fanny and a dry goods clerk named W. H. Hester, in Washington, on Wednesday afternoon the 15th inst., under peculiar i mi circumstances, xnerc are various con flicting accounts ; the more reliable are that Morrisson who had been married about six months to a very young and handsome woman suspecting improper familiarity, told her that he should leave town that afternoon. She immediately notified Hester of her husband's supposed absence, and Hester subsequently called on her at her lodgings on Pennsylvania avenue ; Morrisson meanwhile having watched their movements, sprang sud denly upon them, and finding them in his chamber, both en dishabille, instantly drew a revolver and fired three or four shots, one of which passed thro' Hester's body, endangering his life, and another passed through the arm and side of his wife, wounding her seriously, but not dan gerously. Morrisson immediately gave. himself up to the authorities, and wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 June 1853

" ft v r ti I hir n I There is uothihg in which formers manage feck o fcndly as in feeding hordes too frc- c.onlly while travelling. Some will bail v.oir lionsea every ten or twelve miles, though v may not be more than an hour and a half i.i t ao I tours in going nom ol,e Hl!1Sc t0 an ilier, nd this is often done soon after the h.ir.-e l.s oaten a hearty breakfast or dinner. When the horse stops he is fatigued or hot, ?iul ha need rest and cooling. To fill the "inach then with food, liefore the previous j.ieii is digested, is most injurious in the c. '.ime. Let the horse he well fed in the "r:nag before he starts on a journey, and '. w ilt travel from 7 o'clock to twelve, wilh- t requiring any food ; then let him rest two ... m at noon, and he will he prepared to i ucl again to seven without baiting, llor M.& that Inbor on the farm, work half a day u i'houluling. In and around citicsare thous ands of horses that work hard during the after i.f n without baiting, and yet they are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 July 1853

I Sictiotcb to poiitics, itcraturc, gviailtwrc, 0ricncc, iHovaltto nub nuval Intelligence. I VOL. IS. ' STEOUDSBtiRGrj MONROE COUNTY, PA. JULY 7, 1853. NO. 37. i . . . & jL'nlIisJscl by Thcortoro Schoch- jL'iIIisJscl by Thcortoro Schoch TERMS Two dollars per annnum in .idvnnpp Tuo toll.irs and a quarter, half yearly -and if no! punl he- lure ute cmioi ineyear, i woaoliarsandahalt. Tlic !,...;),.- x i i r s i t'p hoieccivctlieir papers 'v a earner orVtape drivers reader, as to the routine of Cadet life, ID employed by ti.e propnetor, will be chafed 1-2 the U. S. Military School at West Point: cents, per year, extra. ,T , . J. , . No papers ditcontinued until all arrcarngesarc paid, I ' lie Sleeps in the barracks, 111 a room except at the option of the Editor. "ivitll one other' ar firr nVlor-k in tho mnrn- 1D Advertisements, not exceeding one square (fix- ! 1LUUI"- otutr, dl UYC O ClOCK in tne morn- toon lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar, mg, in Summer, and at ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 July 1853

&l)z Scffcrsoiiicui. Thtir.!:ty, .frilly r, ISM. WHIG NOF&INATtONS. TOR CAN AI fcOMiHSSiONBR, MIOSES POWft.l 5L., LnneaslerCoUiity TOR AUDITOR GENERAL, A 5.i:X. 5i. ITJrCUEiK, Frank hn Co. SURVEYOR GKS'HlAlr, SISSSSTSAtf ?aYEKS, Clarion Co. fciy The Harrisburg correspondent of the GjtWnbersburg'MrVjz'g'' furnishes that j arcr with the following item, which will mc our readers some idea how the finan cial affairs of our State arc managed bv Gov. Bioleu. 1 "Glory to goodness," said an old lady, I have borrowed mouey enough io pay .ill my debts!" A handsome financial (Deration, iudced and not an uncommon no these days of profligacy. Gov. BigJor Ins caught the happy idea, and is about tiwork wonders. He proposes to bor i w 1, 000,000 to pay the amount of ilobt. After adding nearly $2,000,000 t tU State debt, h is now about to re- tho credit of the Go mm on wealth by ' lirg Peter to pa' Paul. He adverti - f v a loan of 61,000,000, to be awar- i r; the second Tuesday of August, at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 July 1853

. : i rr i i rzi. Alleged Bribery, J. 13. Packer, iUq., Dr. Geo. Weiser and Charles Weaver, the latter one of the present Commissioners of Northumberland county, were arrested on Friday last, on a charge of attempting to bribe Christian Albert, one of the Commissioners of the same county, for the purpose of inducing .him to give his official sanction towards a subscription of 200,000 by the county o Northumberland to the stock of the Sus ouchanna Railroad Company. The above paragraph originated in a communication in the Danville papers but as we find it traveling the rounds, it is the merest act it justice to state, that this prosecution is utterly groundless, aud originated in personal malevolence and hi dishonorable efforts to create and excite hostility to the Susquehanna railroad. The warrant was issued by a Hush town ship magistrate rwhich township, lying opposite to Danville, Mr. Packer, when in the Legislature, had prevented from becoming a part of Montour county and contrary...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 July 1853

X Z vi cultural. lute SScep-Skins for Boor-Slats, We find the following in the Scientific A trricmi: , Tke two long-woolud sheep skins, and mke up a strong lather of soap ; the sign of proper strength is when the lather feels slip pery between the fingers. When the lather s cold, wash the fckins carefully in it, squce 7 nil them between the hands sons to take all i u dirUwtof the wool. When thisisnccom- ' t-bed, lift out the skins and wash them in t " ! water until all the soap is extracted, Have a vessel of clean cold water ready, to . Yrh MMiicalum and salt (about half a pound) " l'ich have been dissolved in a small quantity . t hot water are added, and the skins left to lvp ail night. They arc taken out in the ni irning and hung over a pole to drip. When all the alum water has dripped off, t :ry are spread out on the board to dry, and carefully streiched with the ham! from ' me to time. Before tltey arc thoroughly dry a composition of two tnbJespoonfuL- of alum id the same of sal...

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