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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 July 1841

JEFFEKSONIAN HEP UBLICAN arrived at this placo from Columbia, en route to Cincinnati. No demonstration of the genera! feeling was publicly expressed, it being the wish of the attending friends, that the melan choly coriagc should proceed unostentatiously on their melancholy errand. This wish was scrupulously respected, although many wished to show their estimation of the dead patriot by some demonstrations of respectful sorrow. A Home Thrust. In the course of the lato brawling discussion, in the House of Rep resentatives, Mr. Wise declared that he enter tained friendly feelings towards Mr. Adams. "Yes!" exclaimed Mr. Adams, such feel ings as vou had towards Cilley you cried over him after he was dead. The funeral of Gen. Macomb, Com mander of the Army, took place a- greeably to the order of arrangements officially announced, and was attend ed by tiie President, and all the olh cers of the Government, both Houses of Congress, the Diplomatic Corps, Military and Naval Officers, &c....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 July 1841

J E FFJC R S 0 X IAN JIE P L 13 L tfJ A N. TO AVOID DISEASE AND ATTAIN HEALTH IS NOW IN THE POWER OF EVERY ONE, DR. BENJA MIN BRANDRETHS Vege table Universal Pills, Introduced into the United Stales, May 18, 1835 There has never been an instance of these cele brated Vegetable Universal Pills not giving relief ami perseverance in old, obstinate cases, is sure miking a cure, provided nature is not entirely ex hausted. They have cured since their introduc tion into this country at least 20,000 twenty thou sand persons of diseases heretofore always 'con sidered incurable. It is only Jive years since I opened the first office for the exclusive sale of this medicine in New York; yet, in that time I. have sold over twelve tniltions of boxes, and have now eighteen offices for their exclusive sale, at least one in every principal city in die Union, at an ex pense of near forty thousand dollars per year .And with the expenses of advertising, and other incidentals, the sum was a little over On...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 July 1841

ill J v .nuunfjcrjunrntimi imiuiu Tjie whole art of Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. STROUDSBURG. MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1841. VOL. 2. No 22. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOOL TT?Drc- Mi, nor annum m advance Two dollar andTnnatelf v-and if not paid before the end of the vcar Two dollars and a half. Tnose wlio receive their papers by Carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprie tor will be charged 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No nancrs discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except ai me option ox ""-tr-a i ,i..,t,comnnts not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) villbe inserted tlirec weeksfor one dollar . twenty-five cents libcraldjeconut wln bo made to yearly advertisers. FT? All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we are prepared to execute every des cription of Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, ft'otes, Blank Receipts, JUSTICE...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 July 1841

. I..- - -f- s - JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN- 4 JEFFERS ONI AN REPUBLICAN Strondsburg, Pa. Jnly 21, 1841. Terms, 2,00 in adrance ; $2.55, Half yearly ; and 52,50 ir not paid bcfoie the end of the vcar. FOR GOVERNOR. J OH IV BANKS, OF BERKS COUNTW Vermont. The Whig State Convention as semhled at Montpelier on the 30th ult. and nominated the following ticket for Slate Offi cers: For Governor Col. Charles Paine of Northfield: Lieut. Governor Waitstill R. Ranxey of Windham : Treasurer John Spalding of Montpelier. This is an entirely new ticket. None of the candidates nominated by the Abolitionists have been adopted. Tlie Mcleod Case. The New York Herald of the 16th instant says: "The opinion of the Supreme Court was received, unofficially, in advance of the regular mail, at Washington on Tuesday, and we learn that Mr. Fox, the British Minister, has given assurances to our Government, that no further steps will be taken by him until the case goes through the Courts of Now York in the regular...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 July 1841

JBKFEKS0N1AN REPUBLICAN T From the Worcester (Mass.) Spy. Wonderful Escape from lagiitning. A more remarkable escape irom ueam oy lightning than that we now place on record, perhaps has never occurred in this country. On the afternoon of the 30th ult., the children from our several schools, to the number of up wards of four hundred, were assembled at the vestry of the Baptist Meeting house, preparato ry to a pic nic which they were to attend to the 3d inst. About 4 o'clock a small cloud came up, from which a heavy clap of thunder pro ceeded, apparently very near by, in conse quence of which, and of other indications of a shower, they were dismissed in the hope that ihey would have time to reach their homes be fore it would rain. It is estimated,however, that not more than about one third of them had left the room, when the building was struck by a discharge of lh electric fluid, which spent most of its force in the lower part of the house, par ticularly in the vestry where the child...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 July 1841

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN i'O ..PUID DISEASE AND ATTAIN HEALTH IS NOW IN THE POWER OF EVERY ONE. DR. BENJA MIN BRANDRETIPS Vege table Universal Pills, Introduced into the United States, May 18, 1635 There has never been an instance of these cele brated Vegetable Universal Pills not giving relieP and perseverance in old, obstinate cases, is sure making a cure, provided nature is not entirely ex hausted. They have cured since their introduc tion into this country at least 20,000 twenty thou sand persons o( diseases heretofore always con sidered incurable. It is only Jive years since I opened the first office for the exclusive sale of this medicine in New York; yet, in that time I have sold over Uoclvc miltions of boxes, and have now eighteen offices for their exclusive sale, at least one in every principal city in the Union, at an ex pense of near forty thousand dollars per year And with the expenses of advertising, and other incidentals, the sum was a little over One Hun dred and Thirt...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 28 July 1841

I 1 I I I' I I 1 I 1 I 1 i i The whole art oy Government consists in the art ov being honest. Jefferson. ' w31 VOL. 2. STRO UDSBURG. MONROE COUNTY, PA, WEDNESDAY, JULY .28, 1841. No .23.' r 1 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEOIJOKE SCKOCM. TERMS. Two dollars per annum m advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly. and if not paid before the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their papers br a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprie tor, will'be charged 37 1-2 ets. per year, extra. To papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at tho option of the Editor. lO Advertisements not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) will be inserted three wceksfor one dollar . twenty-five cents for ercrv subsequent insertion ; larger ones in proportion. A liberaldisconut will be made to yearly advertiseis. IT7 All letters addressed to the Editor must bo post paid. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental I ye, we arc prepared to exe...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 28 July 1841

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Stroudsbuvg Pa. July 28, l41. Terms, $2,00 m advance; $.2.25, half yearly ; and $2,50 if not paid befoic the end of the year. FOR GOVERNOR. t j oni bank's, OF BERKS COUNTY. Appointments by tlie Postmastci; General. Samuel Dimmick, to be Post Master at Milford, Pike county; John Weaver, to be Post Master at the Wind Gap, Northampton county; Joseph Kel ler, to he Post Master at Martin's Creek, North ampton county; William H. Wilson, to be Post Master at Beaver Meadows, Northampton county, and George Barron, to be Post Master at Nocka mixon, Bucks county. These appointments are all judiciously -made. We publish in another part of our paper of to-day the u Address of the Tippecanoe Club No. 1, of arrisburg." This Club was formed during the late Presidential contest, and was composed exclusively of those persons who supported David R. Porter in 1838. In this address they advert to an address from the Iron Grey Club, which has been going the rounds of 'ho loco foco...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 28 July 1841

a throughout the land put down, fellow working men! the Executive which encourages a robbery, by allowing his party friends to issue shinplaslers worthless in their character and security. Spread the name of John Banks to the breeze of victory anQ do not rest frdm your labors, until he is se curely seated in the Governor's Chair; and then, when virtue and honesty shall have taken the place of corruption and political intrigue in our state councils when good old democratic times shall be restored when the energies and virtues of our former patriot Governors shall live again in the person of John Banks, you -will all receive your reward not those rewards which prove the incen tives to the spoilsmen of the present day, but the mnw nnrp and frratifvimr reward of having labored UIUIW wm o" -v O , 1 1 . i r - .nA hnnnro llr diligently, anu oi naving ique JACOB NEWMAN, Pres t. Johk Utts, Augustus Willis, Joseph J. Weltjiax, JosEPii Irwin, , Charles M'Mui.len, Vice Presidents. DANIEL BEST, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 28 July 1841

JJSFFEK50MAN HE PUBLICAN. TO DISEASE AND ATTAIN HEALTH IS NOW AY TJi POl7i2 OF EVERY ONE. DR. BENJA MIN BRA NDRE TH' S Vege . table Universal Fis, Introduced into the United Slates, May IS, 1S35 There has never been an instance of these cele brated Vegetable Universal Pills not giving relief' and perseverance in old. obstinate cases, is sure making a cure, provided nature is not entiicly ex hausted. They have cured since their introduc tion into this country at least 20,000 twenty thou sand persons of diseases heretofore always con sidered incurable. It is only Jive years since I opened the first office for the exclusive sale of this medicine in New York; yet, in that time I have sold over twelve muttons of boxes, and have now eighteen offices for their exclusive sale, at least one in every principal city m the Union, at an ex pense of near forty thousand dollars per year And with the expenses of advertising, and other incidentals, the sum was a little over One Hun dred and Thirty T...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 August 1841

Jrffew0ttwtt I : : '.-.is.:' p The whole art or Government consists in the art op being honest. Jefferson. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA.-, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1841. No 24. VOL. 2. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOOL TERMS. Two dollars per annum m advance Two dollars tuid a quarter, half yearly. ana n not paiu ueiore uie cna o nhe year, Two dollars and a half. Those who receive theii papers by a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprie n h rhftrtrcA 37 1-2 els. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except nt the option oi i--. IO Advertisements not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) will be inserted three wecksfor one dollar . twenty-five cents ciihseauent insertion : larccr ones in proportion, x liberaldisconut will be made to yearly advertisers. IO All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we are prepared to execute every des criptio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 August 1841

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Straudsburg, a August 4, i41. Terms, $2,00 :n advance; $2,25, Half yearly ; and $2,50 if not Il.llU UUIUie tiiu uiu ui uui yum. FOR GOVERNOR. JOHN BANKS, OF BERKS COUNTY. The JLadics' Companiou. The Ladies' Companion for August, is em oeinsnea wun a. oeauuiui engraving oi "ine 'Crow-nest from Bull Hill," on the Hudson riv -er also a plate of the fashions. The literary matter is good, and the present number fully sustains the reputation of this periodical. A young man-known in the neighbourhood of Easton, by the name of Thomas, was drowned ear that borough a few days since. No less than fortv-five children died in Phi ladelphia last week, of summer complaint." There were also six deaths by small pox. It is said that the President has nominated lo the Senate, the Hon. Edward Everett of Massachusetts as Minister to England; Col. C. S. Todd of Kentucky, Minister to Russia, and Hon. Daniel Jennifer of Maryland, to Austria General orders ha...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 August 1841

J 1SFFEIIS0NI AM HEP UBL10AN A Matrimonial Villain. The Springfield, Illinois. Journal cautions the public against a man calling himself A. D. Young, twenty-five or thirty years old, a cabinet maker, who says he learned his trade in Buffalo, New York, who has just married three or more wives off hand: one in Ohio; the second in Indiana; where he ran away six months afterward, and the third near Springfield, Illinois, after having been en gaged to and nearly married a girl at Danville, in that state, before his character followed him there. He was married to his Illinois wife, on -tho 13th of April, ran away from heron the 2d of May, and has probably another pretty well courted in Iowa by this time. We hate to say an ill natured thing still more an ungallant one w if vnnncr women will marry the first sood looking stranger who asks them, must they not expect that villains win maKe a ousmess 01 ae -ceiving and marrying them? N. Y. Tribune. Tight Lacing. A physician in Albanv. New York,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 August 1841

JEFFERS ONIAN REPUBLICAN. TO AVOID DISEASE AND 'ATTAIN HEALTH IS NOW IN THE POWER OF EVERY ONE. DR. BENJA MIN BRANDRETHS Vege table Universal Pills, Introduced into the United States, May 18, 1835 There has never been an instance of these cele brated Vegetable Universal Pills not giving relief and perseverance in old, obstinate cases, is sure making a cure, provided nature is not entirely ex- naustea. 1 ney have cured since tneir miroauc tion into this country at least 20,000 twenty thou sand persons of diseases heretofore always con sidered incurable. It is only Jive years since I opened the first office for the exclusive sale ol this medicine in New York; yet, in ,that time I have sold over twelve millions of boxes, and have now eighteen offices for their exclusive sale, at least one in every principal city in the Union, at an ex pense of near forty thousand dollars per year And with the expenses of advertising, and other incidentals, the sum was a little over One llun lred and Th...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 August 1841

...V ' ' f- ...1 ' 1 ' 1 The whole art ok Government consists in the art op being honest. Jefferson. , , I., i . S yoL o STRO UDSBURG. MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11; 1841. No 25; ""gSSF'w,,"M"MWa"MBM''BMIi"' mbm bw n """""""""" mbb t an BB ' i B am ae biull. i PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCIIOCH. tprm? Tv.-n dollars n?r annum in advance Two dollars and a ouarter, half ycarly.-and if not paid before the end of tho veJr. Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their at the option of the Editor. rr? Advertisements not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) will be inserted three wecksfor one dollar . twenty-five cents aihRPouent insertion : larcer ones in nroDortion. A liberaldisconut will be made to yearly advertisers. jOAll letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid, JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental lype, we are prepared uj cxccuic c ei uk cription of Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Wotes, Blank Receipts, JUSTICES,...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 August 1841

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN r JEFFERS ONI AN REPUBLICAN Stroudsburg, Pa. August 11, 1841. Terms, $2,00 in advance; $2.25, naif yearly ; and $2,50 if not paid ocioic me tnu oi me vcm. FOR GOVERNOR. JOHN BANES, OF BERKS COUNTV. No paper will be issued from thi3 office next week. Bank Bill Passed. "We have the pleasure of announcing that the Bill establishing a United States Bank, which passed the Senate by a majority of 3, and was sent to the House for concurrence, was passed by that body by a majority of 31 and sent to Mr Tyler for his signature. JJj3 Easton, has furnished a sad chapter of. noridnnts durinor the nast week. A son of o I Mr. Samuel Depew, merchant, of that place, about 19 years of age, was shot through the abdomen by the accidental discharge of a gun in his own hands, and died in about four hours A man named John Gress, a blacksmith by trade, was found drowned, and is supposed to have thrown himself into the river. George Piersol, who no doubt many of our readers will reco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 August 1841

1. JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN if I'irip from one to four or five miles in width, W conforming itself, like a river, to the face of thd country over wtucn it noweu. inuccu, u jrwu can imagine the Mississippi, converted into liquid fire, of the consistency of fused iron, and moving onward, sometimes rapidly, sometimes sluggishly; now widening into a sea, and anon rushing through a narrow defile, winding its way through mighty forests and ancient solici tudes you will get some idea or the spectale -here exhibited. The depth of the stream will probably vary from ten to two hundred feet, ac cording to the inequalities of the surface over which it passed. During the flow, night was converted into day on Eastern Hawaii. The light rose and spread like tho morning upon the mountains, and its glare was seen on the oppo site side ef the island. It was also distinctly visible for more than one hundred miles at sea; and at the distance of forty miles, line print could be read at midnight. The brill...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 August 1841

JEFPERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. TO AVOID DISEASE AND ATTAIN HEALTH IS NOW IN THE POWER OF EVERY ONE. DR. BENJA MIN J3RANDRE TIPS Vege table Universal Pills, Introduced into the United Slates, May IS, 1835 There has never been an instance of these cele brated Vegetable Universal Pills not giving relief and perseverance in old, obstinate cases, is sure making a cure, provided nature is not entirely ex hausted. They have cured since their introduc tion into this country at least 20,000 twenty thou sand persons of diseases heretofore always con sidcred incurable. It is only fire years since I opened the first office for the exclusive sale ol this medicine in New York; yet, in that time I have 1 sold over twelve miltions of boxes, and have now ' eighteen offices for their exclusive sale, at least one in every principal city in the Union, at an ex pense of near forty thousand dollars per year And with the expenses of advertising, and other incidentals, the sum was a little over One Hun dred and ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 August 1841

r t The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. VOL. 2. STRODDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1841. No 20. V il PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOOL TERMSTwo dollars per annum m advance-Two dollars and a Quarter, half vearlv.-and if not paid before the end of the year, Two dollars and a half, xnosc wno receive their papers by a carrier or stage uc i.hovi..i.v;vu U) ; (jiuimic tnr vL-mJha y.r 57 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except anne option of me ... rnAririi.mcnts not exceeding one, square (sixteen lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar . twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion ; larger ones in proportion. A nzPAll letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. POETRY. Forget Me Not. BY W. H. HARRISON. The following little poem was written by the late President in his early days. It has a singular force at the present juncture, especially the simile intr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 August 1841

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN, MESSAGE V OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE U. STATES, Rdurning, with the objections tkt Bill to incorporate the Fiscal bank of the Uni ted States Aug, 16, 1841 v To the Senate of the United States The bill entitled " An act to Incor porate the subscribers to the Fiscal Bank of the United Slater which originated in the Senate, has been considered by me, with a sincere desire to conform my ac tion in regard to it, to that of the two Houses of Congress. By the Cons'titotioh it is made my duty either to approve Ihe bill by signing it, or to return it Vtt1i my objections to the House in Xv'h'fch it origi nated. I cannot conscientiously give it my approval, and I proceed to discharge the duly required of me by the Constitu tion to give my reasons for disapproving. Tiie power of Congress to create a Na tional Bank to operate per se over the Union, has been a question of dispute from the origin of our government. Men most justly and deservedly esteemed for their high intelle...

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