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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 June 1854

J I II HW1 M W MIIHIHmHi 1MT i)c 3cffcrsonian. THUDAYrJUNE8Tl854. WHIG STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR. .fast Pollock of Northumberland FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. Meorgc DarsiCj of Allegheny. FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT. Daniel JL Siuyscr, of Montgomery Installation. The installation of tbo Rev. J. E. Mil ler, as pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Stroudsburg, will take place on Tuc day nest, (tbo 13th). The Rev. Doctor "Wilson, Rev. Messrs. Magee, Davis, and Coble are expected to officiate on the occasion. Sad Accident. rDr. F. llollinskead informs us that three men working on the D. L. & West ern Railroad, at tbo Delaware Water Gap, were very seriously burnt, yester day morning, while ongaged in blasting. They had prepared a blast which failed to discharge, and while they were engaged in removing it, it ignited, burning them badly about the face and arms. One of (he men is injured to such an extent that hi life is despaired of. The other two. will probably be deprived of their si...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 June 1854

; v ,. The. Ward Case. IEETjTER OF HON. JOHN J. CRITTENDEN. St.-Louis, May 14, 1854. . j. our letter ot the u inst. was received a few days ago, and you may be assured that the motives Tplltftll rltstf-nln.l It 1 1 . 1 and appreciated. You desire information in relation to yay appearance as counsel in the late tri al of young "Ward, in order that my friends may be better able to vindicate my con duct from the unjust censure which, with out reflection, has been cast upon it. 1 have had nothing to do with the case except professionally, as counsel for the j,nccuscd. My connexion with it mav be ;statcu in a icw worus. uctails are un necessary and immaterial. llelations of private friendship had from my earliest manhood existed between me and many of the members of the fami ly to which belonged Robert J. Ward, Esq., the father of the accused. Liu and I had long been personal friends, and a friend he was to be loved and valued. When he was in tho deepest distress And agony, it was made k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 June 1854

Classification of Soils. The want of some system of classifying pcils has long been felt. The arbitrary terms in common use convey no dcGnite i dea of the subject. A writer in the Far tuer's Magazi?ic recommends a classifica tion based on analysis. We are not pre j ared to say that this mode is at present practicable, but it is at least worthy of attention. His plan is as follows: 1. Siiccous soils, contain from 90 to 95 pi r cent, of sand. These would be divi ded, on the same principle, into blowing sai.d, coarse sand, good agricultural sand, and calcareous sand. 2. Loirtiy soils, 70 to 90 per cent, of f.xn l separable by washing, subdivided into coarse sandy loam, fine sandy loam, rich loam, aud calcareous loam. 3. Clayey soils, witb 40 to 70 per cent, of sand; divided into clay loam, clay, and calcareous clay. Each of tbese soils, termed calcareous Band, calcareous loam, &c, contains 5 per cent of lime. 2Lulcy soils constitute a fourth group, in which the proportion of line r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 June 1854

PBBB ; - JIB IP JVBSR89MNNI AM SJcuotcb to politics, iCitcratuvc, Agriculture, Science, itloralitn, ani aural intelligence. VOL. 14 STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 22, 1354. NO. 32 ii 4 A Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two ars ncr annum n ai ranee Two dollars and n quarter, half yearly and if not -andif not paidbe - in; tm; i;nu III IllUJl'ill, I WU UOIIiirS HI1U U IIU il. I io papers uis-conunueu until all arrearages arc nam, except, sit the option of the Editor. IRAdicriij.c.nents not excelling one square (ten lines) will be inserted three weeks lor one twenty-five cents for every .subsequent insertion. The dollar, aim 1.10-a liber - onargc lor one ana three insertions the same. A iiocr - :tl discount made to yearlv advertisers. lO-All letters addressed to the Editor must be pcbt- ipaid 1 T llv G. jp it i ar Having a qonoral assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, w care prepared toexccutecvcrydescriptionof WJ&mQ'g &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 June 1854

iiiiiinininatBriirv i hi' i i - ... , . . ..-.-'' .". v" - .-' .. v ... . "SdSfeS (El)c Jeffctsoutcui. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1854. WHIG STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR. ?as. Pollock, of Northumberland FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. George Darsie, of Allegheny. FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT. PanicI Mi Smyser, of Montgomery sue a paper. The absence, for several days, of one of our bands, and tbo indis portion of a member of our family, pre vented us from getting out a paper. This, wo hope, will be received as a sufficient Mpoloffj for tbc delinquency.. We direct the attention of all interested, to the advertismeuts of Wm. E. Warren, Secretary and Treasurer of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western lis; 1 loaJ, inserted in to-days " Jcffcrsonian" nml especially to the one relative to the I'ment of the semi-annual interest on the Mortgage Bonds of the late Lacka vanna and Western Railroad Company, ue on the 1st of Jul', 1654. 1 he Stockholders -will observe that no ink-rest can, according to the prov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 June 1854

Ml I i l j i jjjjj3 UNCIVILIZED ' INDIANS ! m tit Mi wilt Given under a LARGE PAHLUN ACCOMMODATING 2S00 PERSONS. Tlie celebrated Chief KAWSHAWGANCE, from the Walaitpu Nation of the Indian tribes west of the Bocky Mountains; and the young Chiefs AHWANETUNK and KIM MEWEAN, from the Great Sioux Nation, together with OKATEWOULA, from the Cal Jiipooya Tribe; with their large troupe of Warriors and Females, from the Plains and from West of the Rocky Mountains, will give a true the untutored Red Man of the Forest, at Bushkill, Saturday July 1st, and at Stroudsburg, ou Monday July 3d At each entertainment Kawshawgance, the most eloquent Indian Orator now living, will give a brief description of his country, the condition of his nation at the present time show ing the great immoral influences exerted among his. people, by the large class of Fur Tra ilers now residing in their midst. Also their religious belief, &,c. The following interesting dances, ceremonies, games, &,c. will be re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 June 1854

3, gvi i:ultunvL: Tomatoes and Lima Beans. Thtring the early part of the growth of t lilior of thoso crops, the surface of the . il .should bo frequently disturbed. WLon tomatoes have set their fruit, they : mid be shortened in, and it may be de- lvd until the largest of the fruit is of . ilf size, when it may be readily oosery t 1 that 00 per cent, of the fruit is within I Whes of the ground, while 90 per ..i, of the vine or bush is beyond that , t Jr.co. The vine, thcrcforo, should be 1. 1 uiu'icd in within half an inch of the to - .t nearest the end of each; this admit sun and air freely, and al i M.h 1() percent, of the tomatoes that :hi have grown will be taken away, f ,ii the remaining portion will be greater i , wti-htand measure, than if the vine had not been shortened in. Tomatoes re alo several clays earlier by this ireat- v lit, and therefore bring a much higher , rice in the market. Lima bean vines arc suffered to wind i.iouisoives arounu a r - . fed high, and thoy will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 June 1854

r u'n. .... .imj Scuotcfc to 0olttics, itcratuvc, qviculturc, Sricuec, itloralitii, anh aural 3ntgltigcncc. VOL. u STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 29, 1854. NO. 5S, Published by Theodore Schocli. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two tiollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- lore the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Eduor. . lines) will bo inserted three uecks lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every Mihsequent insertion. The ijr Auvciuscmcnis noi excecamtr one sauare cieii charge for one and three insertions the same. A liber- al discount made to vearlvadvci Users. ic? All letters addroibcd to the Editor must be post - ,aia- v .r PnivTHG. Havine a ecncral assortment of large, elegant, plain 7 BU JB. " and ornamental Type, u e are prepared tocxecuicevcryuesciipuonoi Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts Justices, Legal and other Blanks. Pamphlets, &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 June 1854

ii ii i iji m i' r l)c JctFcvsonian. THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1854. WHIG STATE TICKET. FOK fiOVEUNOR. .(as. Pollock, of Northumberland. rOH CANAL COMMISSIONER. George Darsic. of Alleghei. 1 OR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT. Daniel HI Smyscr. of Montgomery Stiike of Engineers. Ou Tuesday of last week, the Engineers on the N. Y. & Eric Railroad, in a bod', 1 3 the number of about 300, refused to continue in the employ of the Company. The reaflpn for this step on their part, is said tcbe the.arbitrary and unjust order A Sjpcrintcndent McCallum, holding tl.ern responsible for any accident that 'i.iht happen to a train, whether it oc curred by their oulpability or not. rio.v. L3'ndsay ; or Passages in an Event ful Life. By a special arrangement with Mrs Ij; -, Dc "Witt & Davenport have : vi !tt out her last work, Flora Lynd- j, i Passages in the Eventful Life, at : .e au.e time that it is published in Eng ' 1 What is particularly gratifying : . at this is, that the distinguished auth--.ss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 June 1854

BOROUGH ORDINANCE, PASSED JUNE 20th. 1854. Bo it enacted by the Burgess anil "assistants or uouncilmcu of the Borough of Strouds burg and it is hereby enacted by the au- tuoniy oi me same: That Jacob Street bo Gxtmnlml fmm P.:-j nbcth street to- Ann stmot. mill AnnlnmA public high-way 40 feet in width, as laid out on the plot or draR of Morris D. Robeson's ianu, anu the supervisor is directed to" work wic same. That Cherry .-lllcy be extended from-Franklin street to Jacob st., as laid out and opened on the plot or draft of Wo wis D. Robcfcon's landj and the same is declared a public high way, the fame to be 20 feet in width. That Ann st. be widened to make a street 43 feet in width from George street to Jacob 'street; lobe widened from the center 2H feet each way, and the same declared a pub lic high-way to the width of 43 feet. That the lime for curbing, grading and paving, on Elizabeth street, by the property holders, be extended to the 20th day of "July ne.t; and all pavements no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 June 1854

;a gri cultural. To Cure Hover or Bloat. At tills season of the year, and also t'ir vi rh the summer, horned cattle, and crttcularly working oxen, are subject to tin p't-uliur complaint. It is caused i nc rally by turning cattle empty into 1 Kjricnt pasture. They cat to excess A the large mass of food uot being read .'y dj rested, fermentation takes place, v.iieh ereatos carbonic gas largely, the Kjuitli swells almost, if not quite to 1 r. or the pressure by the stomach 'i the mugs being very great, the aui u 1, if notreleived, dies of suffocation, ll.-iung been much troubled with it this .nng, as many as throe oxen being swell- i .t one time, and one of them three t .iiC!3, and each time badly, I had oeca-i n t-3 toy and test various remedies. In .cvcral cases, in other seasons I had seon largo hay rope, smeared with tar, put 1 i t'ie animals mouth and tied over his I end, extremely successful, the chewing 1 the animal on the rope causing the gas t i w scape. But this remedy failed...

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

f Dcuotcb to politics, fitcratuvc, gncultuve, Science, iiloraiiti),. auo cneral intelligence. 4 i I? VOL. u Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two ilolhirs per annum in advance Two collars anil h quarter, half yearly and if not paid bc toie the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. lO Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten lines) will be inserted three rcki lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to yearlv advertisers. IE? Ail letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB.PRIJfTING. Having a genera! assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, w e are prepared to cxecutee very description of Cards. Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts Justices, Le?al and other Blanks. Pamphlets. &r. printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms, AT THE OFF...

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

-"SiJ& i)e Setters oni an. THTJBSDAYr JULY 6, 1854. WHIG STATF. TICKET. FOR GOYIRMtR. 5as. Pollock, of Northumberland l oll CANAL COMMISSIONER. of Allegheny. FOR jCDfiE OF THE SUPREME COURT. I niel 11. Smvssr, of Montgomery . in. 1iByrrrf.-Tronr'r.--y Washburn's Indian-Exhibition. Tin i xhibition came oil in this place, ?i Monday Lift, and attracted thither ..lout three thousand persons to witness t!.- cu-toms, ceremonies and dances of the rt 1 man of the forest in his wild and uu cjlmatcd tat. It was decidedly novel, an J at the fame time interesting aud in s.r. . tive, as wo were shown at once the 1 1 1 and terrors of savage life. Ma- p rona who witcessedthe. exhibition i, i M.t have been disappointed. Doubtless : fiairy the performances appeared rude . 5 -tuple, but thy should recollect that t was intended to be rej)rescuted i j 'ic customs and rites by the uniu c'.lld of the forest, and these were . - i.tcJjtn our opinion, fully aud faith The "Wheat crop of this county i be ...

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

v. . 4 ,1 "LoTi)ON, Money Market, June 1G. The market is steady. Consols closed at 91$ a OH. Damage'to Apple Orchards. In the vicinity of Henderson, ICy., the apple trees are dying off with great rapid ity. The cause of the fatality is attribu ted to a peculiar land of worm, which, it is feared, will work great destruction to the apple orchards throughout that sec tion of the conn try. jSSr-Tue Louiivillc Journal states, up on the authority of a gentleman who ar rived there from Lexington on Monday evening, that the hair of Weigert, found guilty of murder iu the first degree, which was formerly black, has' turned white since his conviction. -o X The Delaware papers state that the wheat in that State generally, promi ses a good yield. In some places the wheat is already ripening. Outrage. At Cleaveland, last week, a favorite child, two years old, was missed by her parent?, but was found five hours afterwards stripped of her elegant dress and. ornaments, in a blanket. She had been sto...

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

a lyiicultuval Tlx Ptojiles Journal Vol. 11. No. 2, for the current month, contains much in teresting matter for the farmer, mechan ic, and inventor; and is handsomcl' illus trate! with numerous wood cuts. It is published by A. E. Beach, SO Nassau st New York, at 1,00 a year. We copy from the number before us the following items: Improved Mowing ivmcnuic. a new no wing machine has been invented by Messrs. Wilson & More, of Bucks County Pa., which is much more simple in all its part- than any machine for the purpose we have seen. Should it be found to work will in practice, it will prove a great ac-rpi.-ition to agriculturists, for wo judge it tan be made and sold at about half the ostof any raowiug machine now in mar ket Cure for Scratches. Mix 1 oz. chloride oi lime and 1 quart of water; wash the parts well; after which apply white lead ground in oil. This has never failed to cure. Ct'rc for Sidney Seeing in a late number of your valuable journal a receipt for the removal or cu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 13 July 1854

J V 3 yS S.'SULl.UiU.l J JIJ-JJ JL-UU aicootci to politics, fitctoturc, Agriculture, Science, ittorolitn, ani General ilntclligciuc. VOL. 14 STEOUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JULY W, 1354. NO. 35. ! 4 1 1 Published by Theodore Sclioch. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two oolUrs anil a quarter, half yearly mil if not paid be loie the cnJ of the year, Two dnlfais and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. IQ Adveilii-ctncrils not execrdins one square (ten lines) will be inserted three weeks tor one dollar, and twenty-live cents for everv subsequent liu-ernon. The charge for one and three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to ycarlv advertisers. 1C? All letters addressed to the Editor must be postpaid. JOB PBJWT1SG. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, wc arc prepared to execute e very desci iption o f Cards, Circul irs, Hill Heads, Notes, lllank Receipts Justices, Legal and ...

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

3fcffcvso-nian. THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1854. WIUG STATE TICKET. for oovi:knk. Jasi PoHocli, of Northumberland I'OK CANAL COMMISSIONER. lirorge Diirsic. of Allegheny. rfR .1UDGE OF THE SUFKKME C0UKT. Duiiicl M. Snij-scr, of Mo ntgomQ' The Cincinnatli Times notices a strange mortality in that citj, in one locality, near Taylor's tannery. Out of twenty three workmen, nineteen were taken sick and eleven had" died: The disease is sup posed to hare originated from drinking frt.vnant water from a well. Adjournment. The two houses of con gress haTe fixed on the 4th of August next, to terminate the present session of that Mad Dogs atEaston. "o Monday of last week, a mad dog r.iadc his appearance- in the western part of Easton, and bofore he could bo cap tured ho succeeded in biting a number of persons living in the vicinity. The dog he longed to a Prussian, by the name of lrancis Mayouko, whose wife and two hddren were severely bitten, lie also lit a Mrs. Tolan, a man named Philip lijwer, and tw...

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

f ..Jt t p IK 4 If "Sambo, what ye link "bout de world cum' to an end dis year?" "Dar, go way nigger. You knows nutli tall 'bout it. How can dis world hab an end, when it be round?" Ladies wbo bave a disposition to pun ish tbeir husbands, should bear to mind that n little sunshine will melt an icicle much quicker than a regular northeaster. Philadelphia Market. Tuesday. July 11. Tho Flour mar ket continues decidedly dull 050 bar rels standard brands, part Baltimore, sold for export at 83 per barrel, and small lots for city consumption within the rane of 8,25a9,25 per barrel for common ex tra and family and fancy lots at higher quotations. In Eye Flour no further transactions have been reported. A sale of Corn Meal $3,25 per barrel. . Grain There is very little Wheat offering, and no sales have come under our notice. Kyc unchanged. Corn con tinues to most a limited inquiry Sales of 5000 .bushels Sothern yellow at 75 cents afloat, and sonio Pennsylvania. at 74 cents. Oats are worth 58...

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

-4 M II I Mjmn1liM liiatlFiMMii SRWW" .-;-v.-.y-; Nl IWW H aat9UJW I II IIIIIIIIMIMIIHllHl IM I I I II I 3. gr i c ii i tax v a L Cheap Srairs. To The Editors of tih-: Cultivator. In reading your paper ami oilier works on agriculture, I often find articles on Mind drainiug. My brothers and I hay ing made au experiment on our Isirm in the towu of Wales, Eric Co., X. Y., I am willing to give your reader a descrip tion of our drain, and the result after a line of more than twelves years test, it 1 eing laid down in the years of 1339 and Oar land was a retoutive suWoil, and on such soil only would I recommend thi Kind of drain. We dug our ditch of suf liciont width at the bottom, to admit a C3uimon round shovel, and from 20 to iuches deep, with moderate sloping t.Jos. The commencing at the upper cud, wo laid a common hemlock, bass wood or other slab, from 10 to 20 inched in width, with the cawed side downward, and the upner edge reclining again-t the j mle of the'ditch so as to form a t...

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

IDcuotcb to IPoIitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, itloralitjj, au5 encra! intelligence. VOL. U STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JULY 20, 1854. NO. 3G. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and r quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. IO Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten lines) will be inserted three weeks tor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and three insertion the same. A liber al discount made to yearlv advertisers. IE? All letters adJreised to flic Editor must be postpaid. JOB PRINT IX G. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared to execute every description of Card. Circulirs, Hill Heads, Notes, Dlank Receipts Justices, Legal and other Blsnks. Pamphlets, ic. printed with neatness and...

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