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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 August 1841

H JEFFERSONIAN REPIgLIg Stroudsburg, Pa. August 35, 1841. Terms, S!,00 in advance ; $2.25, naif jjgyuld ?2'50 if not tv,i hnfn.o the end of Ue CJr tjid nnVERNOR. JOHIV BANKS, OF BERKS COUNTY. The Bankrupt Bill has received the signa ture of the President, and become a law. The Court which is to try McLeod, will commence silling at Utica, on the 27th of Sep tember. Captain Hutter, who was some lime since dismissed fronvihe army for disobedience, has been reinstated by President Tyler, and order ed to join the regiment in Florida. Communicated. GREAT FAIIiUKE. Pike County Meeting. The David R. Porter Democracy of Pike county met on Saturday evening the 21st inst., at the Court-House, pursuant to public and pri vate notice given, (the former for foreign, and the latter for home consumption,) consisting of the real simon pure damn, the Banks, we love the Banks, we hale the Banks, we borrow from the Banks, and can't live wilhout the Banks, David R. Porter democrais, to the number of some...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 August 1841

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN! JOB PRINTING-. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental lype, vc arc prepared to execute every ues enption of Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes, Blauk Receipts, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c.' Printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. Boot. Joseph Pries! ly Peters' Celebrated Vegetable Antibilous Pills, Are daily effecting some of the most astonish ing and wonderful cures that ever was known. Airs. E. Ward of New York was troubled with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for upwards of lifteen years; her symptoms were as lollows. x rc- quent pulse lurred tongue oowels irregular, mostly costive, yet sometimes relaxed with a bit ious discharge uiine saffron co'ored skin dry- thirst bad taste in the mouth, particularly in the morning pain in the right side, in the region of the liver, sometimes in the right shoulder; cough; expectoration 01 ofiensive matter; nausea or sick uess of the stomach; yellownes...

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

HI It 1 Mjjjuumaam mjuMnxMacnuaai mmwmjmrti TnE WHOLE ART OF GOVERNMENT CONSISTS IN THE ART OF HEING HONEST. Jefferson. VOL. 2. STRO UDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1841. No 27. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE S CHOC II. tbijus n- n-rc nr-r annum m advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly.-and, if not paid before Ihc end of thn voar t- .lnii.rs and a lu-Jf. Those who receive their papers by a carrier or stage drivers employed by theproprie inr .riii u 371-2 cts. per year, extra. w 9 Mill JM 41Uw ..iitt . , No Daners discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at me option 01 we 10Advcrtisemeuts not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) will be inserted three weeksfor one dollar . twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion ; larger ones in proportion. A H7A11 letters addressed to the Editor must be postpaid. POETRY. Re-Union, in Heaven. BY V. LEG GET. If yon bright stars, which gem the night, Be each a blissful dwelling sphere, Where kindred s...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 September 1841

JEFFERS ONIAN REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Stroudsburg, Pa. September 1, 1S41. Terms, $2,00 in advance; $2.25, half yearly : and $2,50 if not paid beloic lire nu ol tne veur. FOR GOVERNOR. JOHN BANKS, OF BERKS COUNTY. Notes of the Bank of the United States were at 30 per cent, discount, in Philadelphia, on Thursday last. Sad! sad! A Sub-Treasury Substitute. The Merchants' Bank of New York has been substituted for the Sub-treasury safe in that ci- ly. Syracuse. At a meeting held at Syracuse on the 23d, to raise funds for the families of those killed and wounded by the awful explosion at that place, eighteen hundred dollars were subscribed on the spot. Tennessee. The unofficial returns from all the counties, give the Whig majority for Governor, as 3344; and the Whig majority in the Legislature on joint ballot, as 2. The Buckeye Blacksmith. The Southern papers have been circulating a story that Bear, the Buckeye Blacksmith, was recently arrested and bound over on a charge of hor...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 September 1841

JEFFERSONTAN REPUBLICAN Dreadful Calamity-Fifty laves tost. The last northern mail brings us some par ticulars of a dreadful fire at Syracuse, on Fri day night, which originated about 9 1-2 o'clock in an old building once used as a carpenter's shop, on the Oswego Canal, about 40 rods from the Weigh-Lock. Firemen and citizens gen erally turned out, (says the Tribune,) and were getting it under subjection, when the cry of "Powder in the building!" was raised, and hun dreds who heard it made good their escape from the impending danger. Others who did not hear the alarm, or who perhaps disregarded it, remained, and many still kept at their work to the very instant of death. The explosion came, and the havoc which it produced indescriba ble. Every vestige of the building, with piles of lumber about it, was scattered to a great dis tance. Windows and doors were broken and fWrl nn nil over the village by the concus sion, and the building tottered as if the earth were rent by an earinquawe....

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

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. job printing. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain atid onia muiiuu iypc, wu arc preparcu 10 execute every ucs cription of Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes liiauk Receipt, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c. Printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable lerms. Doct. Joseph Priestly Peters' Celebrated Vegetable Antibilgus Pills Are daily effecting some of the most astonish ing and wonderful cures that ever was known. Mrs. E. Ward of New York was troubled with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for upwards o fifteen years; her symptoms were as follows. Fre quent pulse lurred tongue oowels irregular, mostly costive, yet sometimes relaxed with a bil ious discharge unne saffron co'ored skin dry unrst oaa taste in tne mouth, particularly in the : r.. .1. - 1 .. 1 .1 . - morning pain 111 me rigm siae, in tne region o the liver, sometimes in the right shoulder; coucrh expectoration of offensive matter; nausea or sick ness ol the stom...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 September 1841

x ! . r .-3 -, The wiIolb art ok Government consists in' the art of being honest. Jefferson. VOL. 2. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOCH. 'TERMS.-Two dollars per annum m advance-Two dollars nd a quarter, half yearly,-""! if not paid before the end of the year, Two dollars and a half, lhose who receive their papers by a carrier or stage drivers employed by the propne tor. will be charged 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor, lDAdvertisenients not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) will be inserted three weeksfor one dollar . twdnty-five cents for evcrv sulfequent insertion ; larger ones in proportion. A libcnildiconut wiH be made to yearly advertisers. IE? All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. POETRY. The .sky is blue, the sward is greeri, The leaf upon the bough is seen, The wind comes from the balmy west, The little songster builds its nest, The bee hums on from flower to flower...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 September 1841

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. MMWMgMMBMWBMiaWaBJUIMiall'IMB.Vl' Shower of Flesli and Blood. It is only a few weeks since we had an ac count from the East, of a fall of manna of the richest quality. And now we give below an ex tract from the the Nashville Banner of the 20th ult., which mentions a fall of flesh and blood, not of quails, we presume, but still animal flesh, fat and lean, and a good quantity of blood. This is really marvellous, if true: On Tuesday, we heard from various persons, that a shower, apparently of flesh and blood, had fallen in Wilson county, near Lebanon, in this Slate, and that the fields were covered to a considerable extent. The account staggered our belief; but strange as it may appear, it has been confirmed by the statement of several gen tlemen of high character, who have personally examined the scene of this phenomenon. They state that the space covered by this cxtraordi- J he .band distribution 15m which was sent nary shower, is half a mile in length, and a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 September 1841

JEFFEHS ONI AN REPUBLICAN From Washington. Washington, Sept. 3, 1841. In Senate, Mr. Calhoun presented a series of resolutions passed at a meeting in Clarke county, Va., commending the policy of the par ty in power and in favor of sustaining the Ve to. Mr. Preston moved that it be laid on the table, but withdrew his motion until Messrs. Calhoun and Benton had made remarks in fa vor of printing them, when he briefly rejoined and then renewed the motion which prevailed, Yeas 26, Nays 17. The joint resolution from the House relating to the printing of Departments was read twice and refered to the Committee on the Library The bill from the House to repeal Sect. 6 of the Act passed July, 1838; for the support of the Military Academy and to prohibit any invest ment of the U. S. funds in the State Stocks, was read twice and referred to the Committee OnMotion of Mr. Buchanan, tho bill from the House allowing the franking privilege to be extended to Mrs. Harrison, was read in Committee of th...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 September 1841

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. JOIS PRINTING. Uaving a genoral assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we are prepared lo execute every des cription of Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Rotas Blank Receipts, JUSTICES, LEGAL AKD OTHER. BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c. Printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. Boct. Joseph Priestly Peters' Celebrated Vegetable Anthjilous Pills, Are daily effecting some of the most astonish ing and wonderful cures that ever was known. Airs. E. Ward of New York was troubled with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for upwards of fifteen years; her symptoms were as follows. Fre quent pulse lurred tongue bowels irregular, mostly costive, yet sometimes relaxed with a bil ious discharge mine saffron co'ored skin dry il,irt had taste in the mouth, particularly in the morning pain in the right side, in the region of the liver, sometimes in the right shoulder; cough; expectoration ofoflensive matter; nausea or sick ness of the stomach; yellowness of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 September 1841

4 ii ' 1 The whole art ov Government consists in the art of reing honest. Jefferson. STROUDSBURG-, MONROE COUNTY. PA,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1841. No 29l VOL. 2. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOCH. TERMS.-Tito doUais pwnnot id before lhc enJ of nnd a quarter, hf.'j a half. Tliosc who receive their uiu ytiir, io u""-"- -- drivers employed by the propne papera by a carrier ,or ws oxUa lNo pip all arrearages arc paid, except at.ti0mlntsti!!ecding one square (sixteen lines) jOAdvcrtecm fvceksfor one dollar . twenty-five cents will be insew" insertion ; larger ones in proportion. A for cvoQuVwill be macle t0 vearly advertisois. hbilditcon addressed to the Editor mustbe rt P""1- God Seen in all His Works. A TALE FROM THE GERMAN. In that beautiful part of Germany which bor ders on the Rhine, there is a noble castle, which, as you travel on the western banks of the river, you may see, lifting its ancient low ers on the opposite side, above the grove of trees about as old as itself....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 September 1841

JEFFERSONIAN REP UBLICAN. MESSAGE PROM THE President of llic United Suites, Returning with his objections, the bill "to pro vide for the better collection, safe-keeping, end disbursement of the public revenue, by means of a Corporation to be styled the Fis cal Corporation of the United Saw." To the House of Representatives of the U. States : It is with extreme regret that 1 feel myself constrained, by the duty faithfully to execute the office of President of the United Stales, and to the best of my ability to preserve, pro tect, and defend the Constitution of the Uni ted States, to return to that House in which it originated, the bill "to provide for the bet ter collection, safe-keeping and disbursement of the public revenune, by means of a corpor ation to be styled the Fiscal Corporation of the United States," with my written objec tions. In my message sent to the Senate on the 6th day of August last, returning the bill "to incorporate the subscribers to the Fiscal Bank of the Unit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 September 1841

JEl'FERSONIAN REPUBLICAN JEFFERSONIAETOBLICAN Stroudsbnrgr, Pa. Septcinbcrlg18 T$Too in advancTTisru? Taud $2,50 if not paid bcfoic the end of the FOR GOVERNOR JOHN BANKS, OF BERKS COUNTY. Tlic meeting. The friends of the patent Porter democracy held a meeting" in tne Court-house, on Tuesday evening, 7h jnst l was almost the slimest meeting "e ever saw our political opponents hold in this County. A part of an address was delivered by Mr. Shaw. Heretofore at such meetings Messrs. Brodhead and Reeder, who are justly esteemed leaders in their own party, could be got to make speeches, but at this meet ing they were amongst the missing. These gentlemen are too honest to advocate the pro priety of making James M. Porter the Gover nor of this section of the Slate for the next three years, and permit him to plunder the peo ple of the Commonwealth by getting 1000 dol lar fees, and 40,000 dollars for building Dams, besides what he can get from the Bank of the United States for getting his bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 September 1841

Lti-Li-'-L'A.A- .''lJiVIUlfcJUJIc'n..l JOB PRINTING. Having n general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental i ype, we are prepared 10 execute every des cription of 'Curtis, Circulars, Hill Bioucis, JtTolcs, XShu&k Receipt;, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c, Printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. ISoct. Joseph Priestly Peters5 Celebrated Vegetable Axtibilous Pills, Arc dailv effecting some of the most astonish ing and wonderful cures that ever was known Mrs. E. Ward of New York was troubled with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for upwards of fifteen years; her symptoms were as follows. Fre quent pulse lurrcd tongue bowels irregular, mostly costive, yet sometimes reluxed with a bil ious discharge urine saffron co'orod skin dry thirst bad taste in the mouth, particularly in the morning pain in the right side, in the region of the liver, sometimes in the right shoulder; cough; expectoration of offensive matter; nausea or sick ness of th...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 September 1841

1 II The whole art of Government consists in the art top being honest, Jefferson. ' STROODSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1841 VOL. 2. No 30. ' RPINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOCH. niimin advance Two dollars TiSKMS.-Tffo oouan P", if not paid bef0rc the end of and a quarter, half yearly,--f Tn h j thcir thn vonr Turn flnllarS anil , . . ... . j , - J' -ticc drivers empioyea oy wiepropne papers by a earner or stage ar. extra. No moot Sntinued until aU arrearages are paid, except a TTA?OiSernents notexceedin5 one square (sixteen lines) wiKertSreeweeksfor one dollar, twenty-five cents iu ue . !nsertion : larcer ones in nrooortion. A i8fn Mlceoniit wU be nade to yearly advertisers. n?AU tettefs addressed to the Editor must be post paid. Foem by John Q. Adams. Correspondence of the-Albany Evening Journal. Washington-, Aug. 31, 184L John Quincy Adams is one of the intellectu al prodigies whose characters distinguish eras of time. Mr. Adams is now 74 years old. But...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 September 1841

. JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. lose; that if this w'ere not immediately attended to, another bill, less acceptable, might be got up and reported. We replied that we would lose no time. Mr. Webster accordingly called on Messrs. Berrien and Sergeant immediately; and 1 waited on them by his appointment at 5 o'clock on the same day, and agreed upon the princi ples of the bill in accordance with your express ed wishes. And I am apprised of the fact, though it did not occur in my presence, that af ter the bill was drawn up, and before it -was re ported, it was seen and examined by yourself; that your attention was specially called to the iGth fundamental article; that on full examina tion you concurred in its provisions; that at the same time Us name was so modified as to meet your approbation, and the bill was reported and passed, in all essential particulars, as it was 'when it came through your hands. You asked Mr. Webster and myself each to prepare and present you an argument touching the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 September 1841

TEFFERS ONIAN REPUBLICAN PROCLAMATION. General Election WHEREAS, byanactofthe General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Penn sylvania, entitled, "an act regulating the General Elections within the said Corn mon wealth," passed on the 2d day of Ju ly, 1839, it is made the duty of the High Sheriff of every county, to give public no tice ot such elections to be ho den, and to make known in such notice what oflicers are to be elected. Therefore, I, Samuel Gunsaules, high sheriff ofthe county of Monroe, do make known by this Procla mation, to the Electors of the county of Monroe, that a General Election will be held in the said county on Tuesday, the 12th day of October next, at the several election districts below enumerated, at which time and places are to be elected by the freemen of the comity of Monroe, ONE PERSON for Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. ONE PERSON For Senator to represent the counties of Monroe, Luzerne, Wayne and Pike in the Senate of Pennsylvania. JTHREE P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 September 1841

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. JT035 PRINTING-. liuving a general assortment of large elegant plain and-orna- meiuai iype, vc are prepared 10 execute every ues enption Of 'Cards,- Circulars, JSili Meads, IVdtcs, 15 lank Receipts, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c. Printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. Doc. Joseph Priestly Peters' 'Celebrated Vegetable Antibilous Pills, , Are daily effecting some of the most astonish ing and wonderful cures that ever was known. Mrs. E. Ward of New York was troubled with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for upwards of fifteen years; her symptoms -were as follows. Fre quent pulse lurred tongue bowels irregular, mostly costive, yet sometimes reluxed with a bil ious discharge mine saffron co'ored skin dry thirst bad taste in the mouth, particularly in ' the morning pain in the right side, in the region of ihe liver, sometimes in the right shoulder; cough; expectoration of oflensive matter; nausea or sick ness of the stomach; y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 September 1841

mmm" t - 4 ' & 4S W I IP 1 I if The whole art ok Government consists in the art of reino honest. Jefferson. VOL. 2. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1841. No 31. Sfe'x.'Ov -fit, RPINTED AND PUBLISHED BY TIIEOD ORE CHOCBT. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Tw o dolliir? and a quarter, half ycarly,-:uid if not paid before the end of tnr r:ir Tn -Inl :irs anu i jiu.i. " '""-"iv ... papers by a carrier or stage d tor, will be charged 3. 1-icu-. per ear, cxira. No nanorsdiscc)ntinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor. .i . i v. ..- io nnt -.mnnlin. nn sntmrn fsivrpp.n linns) will bo insprfed three weeksfor one dollar . twenty-five cents sMiicnt insertion ; larger ones in proportion. A libcraldisconut will be made to yearly advertise! s. IOAlI letters addressed to the Editor must be post ppic. From the" Newark Sentinel. Delaware Water Gap. Delaware Water Gap, Aug. 3 8-11. Seeing is believing; and I here confess my self a co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 September 1841

JEFF ERSONI AN HKPU BLIGAN JEFFERS ONI AN REPUBLICAN ouii.uiijvnxru Stroudslmrsr, September 29, 1841. Terms, $2.00 in advance; $2.55, hlilf year!)-; and $.2,50 if not pa:d bcfoie Ihc end of 1he vear. For governor. OF BERKS COUNTY. To what miserable, base and contemptible means are the Editors of the Porter Presses compelled to resort, to secure the election ofJ ,vu,i TT.mrt tn r,,i ; .l,h!o their candidate! Unable to find in the whole course of the life of John Banks, cither public or private, any thing with which to find fault, they are driven almost to madness, aud in their frenzy, scatter their slander and abuse indis criminately upon those, who exercising the priv ilege of freemen (freedom of choice) are op posed to their candidate. Destitute of reason and argument, they try to array one class of citi zens against another, and appeal to sc'etrchal feelings, and jealousies, in order to effect their object. Who that has read the article on the first page of the Monroe Democrat of ...

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