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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 August 1854

The fleets remained at Baltsc.huck, but nrcat operatious wore evidently on the 1 1 XT , UVO 01 taking piaee. iuuiuruus iraus ports at Constantinople were engaged day and night in taking in water, provision, btores, &c. Silistria has bean victualled for three months. The King and Queen of Prussia reach ed Ischil on the 31st,., whore the Emper or of Austria was staying. The confer ence was of great significance. Iroin the Baltic and Black Seas. Itnportaut news from the Baltic was hourly expected at Loudou. The Eng lishsqadron, with French troops on Board, pa-sed Gothland on the 27th of July. A telegraphic dispatch from Stock holm states that a heavy cannonading was heard in the direction of Bomarsund Rear Admiral Martin, with nine ships was watching Helsingfors. Bear Admi ral Chads was to effect the barmbanl merit of Bomar.-und, as soon as the French troops for the occupation of the Aland Islands arrived. The main force of tho allied fleets was at Led S-jund on tho south of Aland ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 August 1854

a"t'yy,T-riiiTr7iTir-M-Mi To tlic .Vp.ters of ITJciiroe County. Fellow-Citizens: In compliance with Uie solicitations of numerous friends I offer myself as a candidate for the office of Prothotiotarv & Glck of (he Court s of Monroe County, at the ensuing Election, and hereby rcspuctfully solicit your support. Should I be elected, I pledge myself to dis charge the duties of the office personally, faithfully, and to the bett of my abilities. .Respectfully, your friend. JOSEPH TROCH. Hamilton, August 17, 1354. To llso Voters of iYlonroe Coutsty. Fellow-citizens: At the solicitation ol numesous friends 1 have been induced to of icr myself as a canidate for the office of County Commissioner, 'and respectfully solicit your votes and sup port. Should you deem proper to elect nie, 2 shall feel deeply grateful, and endeavor to the best of my ability to discharge the duties oftheofSce faithfully and to the bc-t of mv ability. JOHN HIXKEL. Hamilton, August 10, 1854. To the Votrs of 35 on r...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 August 1854

CSlqri cultural. Peach. Worm. In many of the papers at this season may be found remedies for the pcaeh worm. They may bo called standard remedies, because they appcr periodically year after year. There is no harm in tryiua them, but the only remedy we be lieve in and have found effectual, as well as hitnple. is to examine each tree, spring and fall, with a knife tapering to a .sharp noint, hunt un the intruder and deroj him. If be is about at all, there is no difficulty in finding him immediately un der the surface of the ground, his prcs- holnfr indicated bv the cum. Jtt below the surface the bark is tender, which makes it the point of attack. In the hard bark above the ground he can not make an entrance, and to guard a gainst him below we have pursued the plan each fall of exposing the trunk by drawing away the earth around it down to where the large roots begin to branch out, and leaving 'it exposed all winter. The bark thus becomes hard and impen etrable. Iu the spring it should...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 August 1854

mm mm fair stfr imdmrnL MiiW M ,jM Jirai Sgg ( y& jsggp? 'asig x3 Msl Ji I Steuotcb to politics, Citcvhtiirc, grirultuvc, Science, itloralitn, an& cncval Intelligence. VOL. 14 STEOUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 31, 1854, NO. 42. Published by Theodoi'C Sehoebi TERMS-Two dollars nor anmnn in advance Two collars an i n quarter, rmu ye.ll lyami It nol paid DC- 4W0 the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. JCo miners discontinued until all arrcaraues arc naid. J-,1 - . y . ... ... Mil vt I'tront t llli nn'inii rftfir P.litnr 1ET Advojtiseincnts not execodinsr one square 'en .. ill A.s . .1 7.11. I twenty-five cents, for cpcrv subsequent inser.ion. The cuiirge tor one and three insertion tlic sttiuc. A nocr al discount made to vearlv adi crtiFers. ID" All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOii.pRI IV T 5 I? G. Having a general assortment oflargc, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, w e are prepared to execute cvciy description of Cards. Ciroulirs, mil Heart...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 August 1854

niii mi inn r 5fl)c 3ctTcrsonian. THURSDAY, AUGUET 31, 1854. WHIG STATE TICKET. TOR GOVERNOR. JaSe Pollock, of Northumberland FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. George Barsfe, of Allegheny. FOR JUDGE OF TOE SUPREME COURT. Daniel Irl Smyser. of Montgomery Democratic Convention. The Locofoco Delegates of this County nntl Pike, met in Convention, at Ding :nrtn' Choice, Pike county, on Saturday iat, and re-nominated Abraham Eding vr, Esq. of this County, for Represcuta live. Tbey also elected Conferees for Hon. Asa Packer, of Carbon, for Con gress, and James H. Walton, Esq. of this pla ror S nator. We are informed that the Convention was a very harmonious one, and that al! .things passed off smooth!. Tremendous Blow. On Friday afternoon of last week our Sown was visited by a violent storm of wind and rain, accompanied with thunder anil lightning. The wind blew a perfect imrricane, and owing to the dryness of the weather for some weeks previous, the air was filled with an immense cloud of dust that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 August 1854

To the Voters of Monroe Counts'. Fellow-Citizens: In compliance with the policitations of numerous friends I offer myself as a candidate For the office of Protlwnotary f Oleic of the Courts of Monroe County, at the ensuing' Election, and hereby respuctfully solicit your support. Should I be elected, I pledge myself to dis charge the duties of the office personally, faithfully, and to the best of my abilities. Respectfully. 3'our friend. JOSEPH TROCII, Hamilton, August 17, 1854. To tlie Voters o 7f onroe CoimJy. Fellow-citizens: At the solicitation of jjumesous friends 1 have been induced to of fer myself as a canidate for the office of Cowiiy Commissioner, and respectfully solicit your voles and sup port. Should you deem proper to elect ir.e, I shall feel deeply grateful, and endeavor to the best of my ability to discharge the duties of the office faithfully and to the best of mv ability. JOHN IIINKEL. " Hamilton,. August 10, 1854. To the Voters of I?f onroc County. Fellow-citizens ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 August 1854

J V.I ii Si I f OlgticulUrai. Eemedy" Tor Wiieat-Wecvil.' In answer to a remit inquiry, we gave it as our opinion that one of our nios-t promising means of avoiding the weevil, was to sow early wheat on good soil, that it might advance towards maturity soon enough to escape the depredations of this-, jnscet. oincc making this suggestion, we have conversed with a skillful farmer oi Western New York, who lives in the miuM of a Que wheat region, (where the J-oil i rather light and gravelly, but usually pro duces excellent wheat,) and who has giv en it as his opinion that the severe weath er of spring added to the attacks of the insect:-, has reduced the crop in this re gion to an average offtv bushels per acre or one halt mo usual average, winch i estimated, at twenty bushels. JIo has just out a geld of the finest wheat, that has yielded over tidrty husluels per acre, and a single weevil was scarcely to he found in any part. This crop was put in just at the close of summer very early o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 September 1854

IBllli SSciite& lo IpoiiiUiV, jpitrailurc, grintllurc, Science, iUovaliln, anh (Scncral 3utcl!iceucc'. .ftt i u STIiO UDSB URG, MONROE COUNW, PA. SEPTEMBER 7, 185. m - mm .mm us - -mm jam jrai mm mm Mifti 0 i TO. J- 4 I Published by Theodore Sohodl. j pickaxes, who dug into the den for about cued,' from his going on all fours with the j was found when a lad in the Oude Tame, TKRMs-THoioiiurs pot Annum in advance .six or eight feet, when the old wolf bol-1 wolves, and although he wanders about by the hut of an old hermit who had died oIbmTS ted followed by her three cubs and the the village duriii" the day, he always ,thcre;. He is supposed to have been ta- Aoppt.disontiiiiicl until all anenrages arc paxl. , , m. . . , , , , c. KGI1 from the Wol VCS by this hermit, illld -xrMth,.mm,mof,ilei:,iit.i. boy. 1 he trooper, arcompanicd-by the steals back to the jungle at nightfall: : stm .llpfl nf fll 'u , in AiJxiii-piiioms n.n oxciiim' iwf jjnaif fUMi n . . r ,! jo c .is aim caucd iti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 September 1854

nr4 I)C iTcffcvsouiau. AVI H G STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR. f Jas. Pollock, of Northumberland FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. Ucors;? Parsic, of Allegheny. FOR .TUDGC OF TIIK SUPREME COURT. Daniel iH. Smyser, of Montgomery - T. Hot. The Thermometer, yester day, in this place, stood at 92 deg. Mr. "Eollock on the Stump. lion. JauiesVPollock left Milton on Fri day last fof OPittsburg, with the view of meeting the people at different points in the west, and addressing them on the various issues involved in the present campaign. The following arc the appointments so fat as determined by the Committee: Pittsburg, Tuesday, Sept. 5th. Beaver. Wednesday, " ' Gth. Butler, Thursday, Kcw Castle, Friday, 7th. 8th. Mercer. Saturday, ' 9th. Meadville, Monday, " 11th. Erie, Tuesday, " 12th. We arc informed that Mr. Pollock "will also visit the northern and eastern portions of the State prior to the election. Terrible Mortality from Cholera. There has been a terrible visitation from the cholera in the famil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 September 1854

To the Voters of IHcnroc County. FellGiD-CUizens : In compliance with the solicitations of numerous friends I offer myself as a candidate for the office of Prothonotary $ Glek of the Courts of Monroe County, nt the ensuing Election, nnd hereby reppuctfully solicit your support. -Should I ho olortor?. T vAoAtri mvsnlf tn iHs- charge the duties of the office personally, faithfully, nnd to the best of my abilities. Respectfully, your friend. TT ., JOSEPH TROCII. IlamntonAug ust 17, 1854. To Hie Voters of nionroc Coiixit v. 11 .i rcuow-cutzens: At the solicitation of numcsous lnends 1 have been induced to of fer myself as a canidate for the office of Co un ty Comm issioner, and respectfully solicit your votes nnd sup port. Should you deem proper to elect me, I shall feel deeply grateful, and endeavor to the best of my ability to discharge the duties of the office faithfully and to the best of my nbiiitv. JOHN IIINKEL. Hamilton, August 10, 1So4. To the Votors of Monroe County. Fclloic-ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 September 1854

'J What has Woman to do with Agriculture1? ! In a late numbor of the Ohio Oultiva ; tor, Mrs. Josophino N. Dyer, of Galena, who appears to be every inch a woman, asks this question, and then auswers it i" the following convincing way : In one of the early jiumbers f ''s volume, was a short sketch of English life, where we hoar of a lady "a peer ess in her own right," who seems to un derstand 'enough of agriculture, Ace, to doscaiit about wheat drills, and the best breed of cows for the pail. Is it not singular that in our withe? to ape foreign aristocracy, it is almost with out exception their objectionable practi ces that we as Americans, as individuals, nre most ambitious to imitate. Their enervating luxuries, without their virtues their extravagance, their livery, with out their exercise and general informa tion. Tt is nothing unusual, we are in formed by tourists, for English ladies to walk four or fivo miles without fatigue, while American country women almost invariably think ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 September 1854

3 ; .r v. - -'-i. . "Jl.- Jul Skinned to jpolitics, Citcraturc, Agriculture, Science, iiloralitn, anb cricral 3ntclligcucc. VOL. M STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER M, 1854. NO'. 44. s&r Bral'ESB joi i sTs S'i ASnnfil m Published by Theodore Schcefc. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two ooMnrs and h quarter, hull yearly ami if not paid Lo lotio 10 iiid of l Jio year. Two dollars and a half. Io papers di;-contirmrl until all ancaragos arc paid, except nl the option of the Editor. liacs) iubj wiiiwj iiibcritin inrcc wccks lor one tollar, aiKl.um yu uvur near ine turn my tongue a- . mm: DCS no way 0U1CK, Cither;. WC II DC 'MllV-nn l'.(nlS fur oiwr llhnniini1 i..L..riii. Tim I 'ail Jill titan nrgc for oc him! three insertion? the siurte. A liber - I discount made lo vearlv snivel ti.-ors. - :JCPjUI letlcrs addicted lo the Editor must be post- $ E5 PRIKTEKG. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain ami ornamental Type, we are prepared to execute every dcscii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 September 1854

SIjc Hcffcvsonitw. "THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, ISM aVhig state ticket. FOIt GOVERNOR. .Fas. Pollock, of Northumberland. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. Cieorgc Darsle, of Allegheny. FOR Jl'TKJB OF THE SUPREME COURT. Daniel 31. S my sorMon tgo me ry e Mi. Samuel Melick. Jeweler, of this place, lias moved his watch materi als, &c, to tho new brick building on Elizabeth street, adjoining the Hal and Gap Store of R. Skelton. Ilc-is making ample preparations to meet the usual heavy demand for Jewelry, Clocks, Wath- cs, &c, and. those who wish to get their money's worth, should patronise him. TO3 Wheat flour is selling in Philadel phia at from 8,00 to 89,25 per barrel, and rye flour for G per barrel. Wheat sells for $l,75a2,00in N. York and Philadelpnia. In Stroudsburg, Wheat flour sells at At a recent sale of slaves in Worces ter county, Md., an old woman, eighty yaars of age, said for thirty cents. Notwithstanding all the reports to the contrary, the corn crop of Indiana and Kentucky is si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 September 1854

1 r w r To the Voters of lulonroc Count' Fellow-Citizens: In compliance with the solicitations of numerous friends I offer mysel as a candidate tor me omcc ot Prollionotary Glek of ihe Courts of Monroe Count', at the ensuing- Election and hereby rcspuctfully solicit vour support cnouiu i oe eieciea, I pledge myself to d cnargc uie duties ot the office personally, iuumuuy, anu 10 me uest ot my abilities. Respectfully, your friend. JOSEPH TROCII. 'Hamilton, August 17, 1854. To tlie Voters of niojjroc Count y Fcllow-citizeits: At the solicitation i numesous friends 1 have been induced to of fer myself as a canidate for the office of Count? Commissioner, and respectfully solicit your voles and sup port. Should vou deem proper to elect me I shall feel deeply grateful, and endeavor to the besfof my ability to discharge the duties of the office faithfully and to the best of my ability. JOHN IIIAKEL. Hamilton, August 10, 1S54. To ilie Voters of Uloxirce County Fellow-citizens: I offer mysel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 September 1854

f - ' auk C3V g r i c it I t n r h L lotts. Tn looking over an old number of the Madical Register, we noticed an article from the penof a Mr. Greene, of this State, on the nature and habits of this insect. Many of the remedies indicated, although they have became quite exten sively popularised through the use and recommendations of empirical pretenders to veterinary skill, and bavc.becn gener ally regarded as both safe and efficacious, appear from the statement of Mr. Greene to be not invariably so. In some instanc es the bot even when exposed to the most ixmentratcd and intensified action, re mains either wholly unaffected by them,' or at most, only slightly injured. Lemersed in rum, they lived 2G hours. " decotion of tobacco, II hours. " strong elixir of vitriol, 2 h. 18 miu, " essential oil of mint, 2 h. f mia. " volatile spirits, 5G minutes. . " spirits of turpentine, 5G minutes. The following articles produced no effect Decoction of pink root, 10 hours. Vish oil, 10 ' Linseed o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 September 1854

1 Miwimviwm)ui.iw rr ml.il-li-Ul'"rJ'gc' Sruotcfc to Politics, itcratuve, Agriculture, Science, iHoraliti), anb eneval intelligence. VOL. M STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER 21, 1854. NO. 45. , , w -fcffet. jf- V-wg -' & :afegir aafegitpi ia&iSggi&g inn- u , -1 i M i mmr - aJ HM II 1 1 iii - m im r y i .i , n am m-i -mnr r ' - nnr nritfin win rr wrm mi . r ' Ji 'ITT Published by Theodore Schoch. TEUMS-Two dollars dollars and a quarter. ars per annum m advance Two , half VCarlv :inel if not naul hr- rorciac end ot tnc year, Two dollms and a half. so papers discontinued until all arrearages ate naul. except at the option of the Editor. in? Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten Iihos) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty;fivc cents for every subsequent insertion. The chnrgc for one and three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to yearlv advei Users. Id? All let tors addressed to the Editor must be post paid. .5 O B PRIIVTIIViG. Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 September 1854

mm ifii)i..i ui r r " i -"- - -i j -i rri ..n.-imuirn n imm i r..nTir--JNiujw imiu i'TM"ji''aTiMjg-'iirKg . - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1854. WHIG STATE TICKET. rnu fiOYEIlNOR. .1:1s Pollock, of Northumberland George Darsie, of Allegheny. FOR .1UDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT. Daniel ah Smysn, of Montgomery Democratic Conference. Thft conference for the nomination of a Democratic candidate for Congress and Sonntnr. in this District, meet in thi place on Saturday nest, the 23d inst. SSrWe were visited in this vicinity by " Jack Frost" on Friday and Saturday nights, the 18th and 17th iust. It did no serious damage. Alarming Mortality. A disease, supposed to be Cholera, l)roke out in Columbia, Lancaster county, Pa., on the 7th inst., and in the fpace of Ove days 73 persons died. Many of the people fled from the place. Physician from Philadelphia went on there and ob serving that the disease raged principally among those who drank the water con tained in the Reservoir, an examination itook plac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 September 1854

4M - TBI oiers of Iflonroc County J'tllOW-UfjZf'Jl'f In nnmnt;n. .1. K:. - .vnipuuin;u Willi U1C eoiicitations of numerous friends I offer myself i - vnuuiuuiu jur me oilice oi Protlwnolary $ Glek of the Courts i u vouni-' al lno ensuhiff Election, --""J fnuuy solicit your support. Should I be elected, I pledge myself to dis- unjiKu uiu uuues oi me office personally v - - "w v lit j uuiiuics. Respectfully, your friend. JOSEPH TROCH. Hamilton, August 17, 1854. To the Voters of iUouroc County. Fellow-citizens: At the solicitation of numesous friends 1 have been induced to of fer myself as a canidatc for the office of County Commissioner, and respectfully solicit your votes and sup port Should yon deem proper to elect me, ? shall feel, deeply grateful, and endeavor to the best of my ability to discharge the duties 'of the office faithfully and to the best of my ability. JOHN IIINKEL. Hamilton, August 10, 1851. To Ihe Voters of Monroe County. Fcllow-citizcns : 1 offer myself as a can di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 September 1854

"i?Ja, Know ThyscSf." x : ! f -' J uvaumtHc tiooh "ip FajnYy should lutvc a t i - A . T 1 ft r- "MzxffiS?- 100.000 Copies soli in loss than a vcar. 'fn')- A new edition, rcvis oil and improved, just issued. Dr. Hunters Medical Manual and Hand for the Afflicted. Containing an out hue uf the origin, progtoss. treatment and tire of every form ul diease contrm-tcd b promiscuous je.ual intercourse, b; self a ;nse or bv sexual excess, with advice lor thoit prevention, written in a familiar stvle avoiding all medical technicalities, and eve ry thine that would offend the ear of deceit cv; with an outline ot complaints incident to remnles, I row the result of some twenu ears1 successful practice, exclusively de otcd to the cure of diseases of a delicate or i livnte nature. To which is added receipts for the cure ot the above diseases, and a treatise on the cau ses, symptoms and cure of the Fever and Ague. 'Testimony of the Professor of Obstetrics in t'enn. Uollcqc. Philadelphia " I)u Hun tk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 September 1854

"i i ' - ---"' .. - .-nn . t ' ' ' " "teJ i JDcuotcfc to polities, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitu, nub eneral intelligence. VOL. M STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. SEPTEMBER 28, 1854. NO. l& Published by Theodore Schoch. TKRMS Two dollars per ntintiin in advance Two dollars ami a quarter, half yeaily and if nol paid be fore tlic end of llic year. Two dolfais and a half. No papers dicoiUnuied until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor. IO.Vdverticincuts not exceeding one squaie (ton lines) will be inserted three weeks 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 ycarlv advertisers. ID AH letters .tdJresscJ to the Editor must be postpaid. jTO3 PRISTISG. Having a general assortment of larpre, elegant, plain an ! ornamental Type, we are prcpaicd to execute every description of Cards. Circulars, Mill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts Justices, I.oa-l an...

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