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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 November 1854

l)c iMcrsomau. TKTJBSTJAY, NOVE M85 Bobbery. On Friday evening last, the granncry of Mr. Peter Kobeson, of Stroud town ship, was broken open and robbed of a bout fifteen bushels of Buckwheat. CO H- D. Suafcu, Erq. thcnewly elected .Sheriff of this county, has entered upon the discharge of the duties of his office, in place of James N. Dnrling, whose term has expir ed. Mr. S. isa gentleman of courteous man ner, and fully competent to discharge the 'duties of the office. Paper MilL We learn from the Easton Argus that a gentleman has been examining the Wag ner property, upon the Bushkill, near Easton. with a view to establishing a paper Mill. The site is a good one, and we have no doubi thai, if commenced, an establishment of the kind would pay well. omcthing for the Ladies. ! The Xorrietown Herald gives the follow ing recipe for making a Corn Cake, which took the premium at the Agricultural Fair oi Montgomery county, and endorses it as the -Vound corn": "Take the whites of eight Eggs;...

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 November 1854

The STonnon Temple at Salt Lake. The great Temple which the Mormons tiro building at the city of the Salt Lake is described as promising to be a wonder ful structure, covering an area of 21,850 square feet. The block on which it is lo cated is forty rods square, and contains tcu acres of ground, around which a lofty wall has already been erected, to be sur mounted by au iron railing manufactured by the Mormons themselves at their Irou Works, in Iron county, Utah Territory. The Temple building will have a length of ISO A fact east and west, including towers, of which there arc three at the cast end and three at the west, and the width will be ninety-nine feet. The northern and southern walls are eight feet thick. The towers spoken of above are cylin drical, surroountmged by octagon turrets and pinnacles, and having inside spiral stairways leading to the battlements. Beside 8 these there are four other towers on the four principal corners of the build ing, square in form, and terminat...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 November 1854

. .-ft" "Thrco hundred dollars." 'Arc any others pressing you?" 'Whatever he leaves will be snapped eagerly euouch. lucre is no chance for me, Frederick." "Don't Pay that. There ia a chance for you, yet. I'll tell you what I will do. I will buy out your shop, lumber and furniture, and pay yo'u for them as much as you owe Parker, so as to release them from his claim. As all will then be mine by right of purchase; no one ele can touch them. Of coarse, I will leave you in. full possession, and you can repay me whenever it is convenient.' The old man rose quickly from hi seat, and grnsping the hand of Marshall, said, with a trembling voice Fredcrck, I did not deserve this of von. When our positions were reversed when 1 "Let the pn-t sleep, Mr. Bellrosc re plied Marshall, interrupting him; "it can do no good to recall acts which we now: wish were different. I have no feelings j towards yon but tho-c of kindness, as you must believe when I tell you that I ami hereto offer my aid two hours...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 November 1854

Elcooicii to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, Jtloraliti), nub encra! Intelligence. VOL. 14 STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 16, 1854, NO.i.52. Published by Theodore School). TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two rf.sn.irs and h Quarter, half yearl ly and if not paid m- lore tlie end of the year, Two dolluis and a half. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. liDcsJwillbo inserted three weeks tor one dollar, and A(ver Xi"Wmfrit nut PTfwvlin nA mti.vn if ah cMrc for one nnd three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to yearly advertisers. All letter? addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB PRINTISO Hating a general asrortm.ent of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared to executeevery descriptionof Cants. Oireiilirs. Bill Heads. Notes. Blank Rcr.rh.ts'l Jiutiw. Lejai and other Binks. Pamphlets, &c. j There are men in our City whose tranS printcd n 1th neatness and despatch,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 November 1854

-'"4 T" j..-. .... .r c----v. - V Stye 3cffcv5onion. "thtjesday, NOVEKBEE 1M5 irp A Toflnir will be held at the Satur- iij 5 -i i crtHf'htirif. on nay afternoon, Nov. 25th, to W J ... - m,l Soldiers of Relocate to represent iu Monroe County ni ihe convention, ni sec cverv old sol- We I'pe to d'ier iu the County pioent upon that in teresting occasion. For particulars rel ative to the Convention, to be held at Easton, see notice in another column. Mail Robberies. The son of the post-master at Wcllsvillc, Ohio, has been arrested and taken to Columbus for trial on a charge of robbing tbc mail. From the Detroit papers we learn of the arrest in that city of Henry Gumming?, post master at Harrison Valleys Potter coun ty, Pa., on a similar charge. lie has been sent to Pittsburgh for trial. A Villarous Fraud. The Ci ncinuati Enquirer narrates the following distrcs?ing affair that occurred on Thursday evening last, near Osborne, Ohio : It appears that about three years since n. farmer named W...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 November 1854

2he Scranton and Bloomsburg Eaflroad. Professor W. F. Roberts has at his of fice, No. 0 Pear street, some Indian relics, ootainetl, JL'ucsday last, from the llud man dale Estate, in grading the Scranton and -.uisuurg xvauroud and are interesting reminiscences of the Shawnee tribc.wbich, aware Indians, inhabited the t,, ? ' J ot the Wyoming two cen. tur es ago. Wb learn from Pressor R. that this railroad, which passes over some of the richest nod lagest deposites of an tbracitc coal in the State, is rapidly pro gressing, and the Director, expect, within a year, to have it completed and furnish ed with eight hundred coal cars besides others for passengers, &c. Most of the heavy grades arc nearly done, and the -whole is under contract. When finished, the large trade of that fertile valley will come to our city, as this road is connected srith the Reading, Little Schuylkill and j jOattawi.-sa, at the last named place. It also unites with the Sunbury aud Eric ! and the Elmira Railroa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 November 1854

Hints For Uoveinbcr. Tho close of tho year is near at hind seed has beeu sown the harvest gath ered and now comes the labor of pre paring for winter1 cold and frost, In our last we suggested several ways in which coarse foder could be rendered of more service as food; and also strongly urged the necessity of providing good aud warm shelters for all your animals, for warmth to a certain extent is an equiv alent for food. The prudent farmer will avail himself of every fair day to provide a bountiful supply of muck, dry turf, leaves, and re fuse of all descriptions, to mingle with the droppings of his yard. He will not suffer his cattle or sheep to run over his meadows and clover lots; aud for the sake of saving a little hay, suffer ten fold dam age by the close grazing of young and tender shoots. He will see that the change from grass to hay be made as gradually as possible, that water in a hundancc is accessible to all his stock, and also salt and ashes and for his fat ting hogs char...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 November 1854

jDcuotcir to politics, literature, griailttive, Science, itloraiitij, anb eneral Intelligence. 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 23, 1854. NO. 1. .. li I n in !' .ni u in i M Published by Theodore Schocli. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two flMltini and a quarter, hair yearlv .md if not paid be lotelho cijd or the year, Two dnllais and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc pnid, except at the option oTthc Editor. flCF Aivcitiseineat.s not oxceedins one square (ton linns) P1 be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and n enty-ftvc cents for even subsequent insertion. The oh irgc for one and three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to yearlv advertisers. IC? All letters .idJre.sed to the Editor must be postpaid!.' JOR PRIX Having a senoral assortment of large, elegant, pjrun and ornamental Type, we are prcpaied to execute every desrription of 5r.r.1s, Circulars, Rill Hea ls. Notes. Illank Receipts Justice, Leil and other Blnks. Pamphlets,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 November 1854

'Sljc 2cffcrsoiuan. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1854. . i , il wi " 1 '! ii mTi raT&atrm'miJ J5&- We regvet to learn that FkaXK UK Starbird, Esq is no more. On Sunday,, last, be loft home for Trenton, and on his return home, yesterday, was taken sick on the cars, reached Easton about 2 o'clock, and died at the Uuitcd Hotel last evening about sis o'clock. His remains will bo brought to this place, for interment, to-day. 03" By divine permission the Rev. Dr. Castle, will, preach in the M. Chorch in this place, on Sabbath next, it being the third quarterly meeting occasion for the present conference year. Row "between a Catholic Priest and bis Congregation. A row took place on Sunday, of last I week, in the German Catholic Church, in. Uticagrowing out of a difficulty between the priest and tho St. Joseph s Society, concerning a banner. Legal measures had been resorted to, which had resulted in favor of the Society, and the priest not relishing the decision which had been rendered ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 November 1854

' : - Vegetable Serp&it, -, According to s,oioc Italian journals, a new organized bcinbag been discovcrd in the interior of Africa, which seems to iorm an immeuiato link between vegeta ble and animal life. This singular pro duction of nature has the bhape of a spot ted serpent. It drags itself along the ground; instead of a head, has a flower duapeu like a bell, which contains a vis cous liquid. Flies and other insects, at tracted by the smell of the juice, enter iuto the flower, where they arc caught by the adhesive matter. Tho flower then closes. and remains shut till the prisoners. are nruised and transtormed into chyle. The indigestible portions, such as the head and wings, are thrown out by two aspired openings. The vegetable serpent -ias a skin resembling leaves, white and soft flesh, and instead of a bony skeleton, a cartilaginous frame filled with yellow matter. The natives consider it deli cious food. JF7,'A Yankee," describing an op ponent, says: "I tell you what sir, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 November 1854

givndry Hints for the Soasdn. Undcrdraining :)' e performed to ml vantage, on aH.s-mls not to be too wet Tlmrc w'c many ortions ol thcfnrui tliut arc too hard to dUdi during the drier m ason, t!:it have now become softened hy theantmnh rains to work advantage ously. Let as much of this be done a may be practicable, andncxt summers crop will tell the result. Plowing in autumn has several advan tage. It divide, the- lbor of teams, and enables them to perform while they arc strong and vfcorou;. and during cool weather, a part of the work w ndt must, otherwise be done in spring, otten under more unfavourable circumstances. It frevqaently admits of earlier sowing of Fpriri" crop by a week or more, a dif ference which often trakes a greatly in creased amount. We have kuown a de lay of ten day to diminish the oat crop more than half, as compared witl earli-, er sown fields. Autumn is especially a-j dapted to the deep trench plowing per-j formed by the Michigan plow, by the ex- poure which ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 November 1854

JDcootcb to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iltoralitn, ani cneral intelligence. VOL 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 30, 1854. .'SmmiLiJmi'ii.f i j."- NO. 2. Published by Theodore Sclioch, TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be Jore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No pnpers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, xcapt at the option of the Editor. ID Adyettisemeiits not rxceedtnR one square ('en Jines) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The harge for one and three insertion-- the same. A hbcr ul dlicount made to yearly advertiser.. IE? All letters addressed to the Editor must be post-p-ald. JOB PRINTING. IUtIqj a general assortment of large, elegant, plain end ornamental Type, w e are prepared to execute every description of Cards, ClrcuUrs. Bill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts Jurtirs, Lejal and other Blanks. Painiihlots, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 November 1854

li aim i El)c Hcffcvsonian. THTLRSBAY, N0VE2OEE SO, 1354, ad Accident. On Wednesday of last week, Mr. Ihdlcr, son of Goorge Ilelicr, of Ilamilu township, while out gunning, in company with a Mr. Bitlenbcndcr, met with an acci dent which proved fatal. He was standing on a stump, which gave wny, and in attempt ing to recover himself, the piece was dis charged, the whole charge buckshot was lodged in his abdomen. Mr. II. lingered till Thursday morning, when he expired. Scene in our Frinthtg Officr. We were amused the other day by a German woman, vho came into the office, and went up to our "rAr7," without bid ding him the time of day or saying any- Easfon Bank. 1 At an election held for Directors of the Easton Bank, for the ensucing year, at their banking house, ou Monday of last week, the following named gentlemen were selected by the Stockholders, viz : D. 1) Wagner, Michael Butz, Peter lime, Matthew Krausc, W. U. Latvall, C. A. Luckenbacb,C. W. Mis-ell, Peter Pomp, James Thompson, D...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 November 1854

Snow and Sleighing. Snow fell to the deplli'of a foot in Worth, Jefferson county, New York, last week, and sleighs were drawn out lor the hrst time this sea son. JtTEY LIST DECEMBER TEEM, 1854. Gkaxd Jurors. OCT Court commences on Moday, Decem ber 25th, 1854. Chcsnnlhill John Kerchner, Felix Storm, Charles Senscnbach, Henry Kintz, Nicholas Altcmose, and Mclchoir Serfass. Coolbaugh. William B. Thompson. Jackson SiiaB Reinhart. Hamilton. Joseph A. Bossenl. M. Smilhficld. John Coolbaugh, Ilenrv Overficld, and William Miller. Polk. Peter S. Hawk, and John Kunkle. Poco7JO. Mathias Wolbert, James Clurc. Paradise. Henry Kinlz. Stroud John B.'Bush, Alexander Loder, John Shook, George Stone, Emanuel Groner. Smilhfcld John V. Bush. Tobyhanna Joseph Bonser. PETIT JURORS. ChcsnuthillChas. Trible, John Sox, Geo. Bond, and James PCresge. Eldred Jucob Engler, Adam Brotzman, and John Frablc. Jackson George Ililliard, John Miller, and Philip Hay, and John Possinger. Hamilton Uharles r rantz, Peter H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 30 November 1854

5ljcriculturaL Why don't he doit? When the farmer knows that a gate is "better, and as a time and labor saving fixture cheaper than a set of bars and pots, and without calling upon a carpen ter he can himself mate one, Why doift he do it! "Whon he has no other fasteninu to his rates and barn doorsthan a stone rolled against them, and in sssinjrle evening af ter supper is able to make a better one, Who don't he do it! Or when he sees the boards dropping from his barns and out buildiujrs, and like heaps of rubbib laying in piles about his premises and ouly need nailing on a gain, Why don't he do it? Or if lie is afraid of the cxpcnfc of nails, and is always crying up the maxim of Dr. Franklin, 'save the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves,' and he knows the same Dr. Franklin also said 'many men arc penny wise and pound foolish,' and ho is not careful to think of the precept contained in the latter, V hy don t he do itT If it is the saving of nearly half tne manure of a f...

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

-A JDcuoteu to fpoiitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitn, anD (Sencral intelligence. VOL 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER 7, 5854. NO. 3. 7w i I If IS I 5 Published by Theodore Schocll TEUMS-Tivo dollars rERMS-Two dollars per annum in advance Two Sthccndo?iaprtfe ibr No papers discontinued umil all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. Jinc.) win be inserted three wreks lor one dollar, mid ID Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten uiciu-mctiiiuiui ctvrr feuiibuijucm insertion, me rharge for one and three insertion? the same, a liber- XLJrmMvo paid. ir ik nir: JOB PBISTIitG. lming a general assortment of large, elepant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared toexecuteevcrydesciiptkmof S&TiSS' IP21WIE&T(&r3 crdiVfcireaiw. Bill Heads Notes, niank Receipts Jufilrfs, Legal and other Ulsmtvs, i ampnlcts, Ac. rrinte4 w5i neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms, AT Ot-I'IC-E OF onc, und be able to compare each with combine...

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

,. . , Vl MX- l)c Scffcvsonian. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1854. STore Thieving-. On FridMy ovpiunj: hiM, ""e blnck-hearl-lGd u retch entered our cellar and stole there .from a lf of briNid nd about two pound of .butter, all ucluid. Thin fact was announced to tmr Wc nncs erly Siiturday morninc. who imiiiodiatfSy set up a most piteous howl. which arout-ed us from a sound nap, we were at ilmt time enjoying. This at once set os to copitat'mjr, and after two or more hours reflection, we set to work and raisrd provi sions enough for another meal. Tin's fact gni Fprcud around town, and during the day our friends called in and loaded us down with fvmPHihv, which we kindly received, and; wilh the aid of our d 7, good soul, have creflJv flowed away in our cellar, which we hope will enable us to winter over. P. S. Since the aboe was in type, our d 1 informs us tliHt he lias placed an infer ml machine in front of the cellar door, and advises hungry fellows to stay away. Tirst Snow Storm of the Seas...

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

: Vwt Glea&n's Pictorial. ELDORADO. NO. VIII. ' BT THOMA3 BULFIXCH. " After-so many abortive attempts to reach the Goldeu Empire, the anior ol research greatly abated. No expeditious, composed of considerable numbers, have 'fiiuee embarked in the enterprise, but from time to time, for the century suc ceeding Raleigh a las-t attempt, private expeditions were undertaken and encour aged by provincial governors, and several hundred persons perished miserably in" those fruitless endeavors. The adventure we are now about to re cord was of an entirely different charac ter, in respect to its objects and the means employed, but it occupied the same field of action and 'called into exercise the same qualities of courage and endurance. In 1735 the French Academy of Sci ence made arrangements for sending out two commissioners of learned men to dif ferent and distant parts of the world to make measurement with a view to deter mining the dimensions and figure of the Earth. The great astronome...

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

NOTICE TO COLLECTORS, Tjie collcclors of State nnd County taxes will plessc take notice that all Duplicates elder than IS54, must be settled up hy the nt term o! the Court, and the Collectors ol Jc54 are requested to make liberal payments hy the f-eme time, or no longer time will be allowed them. . JOSEPH HECK MAN, ) JACOB ALTEMOSE. Com'rs JOHN C. STRUNK, ) November 1851. lC-S0 Book" Agents Wanted, j To canvas for the best nnd most saleable B..oks punished. They are written by the tntt papular Author of the duy, incluaini l uioi.fr other, T. S. Artucr, ol whose lust grout work, Ton V iff Hi" ln n Kar Koom, 10,000 copies have been eold within a month of publication. Tteetfc Hooks arc beautifully illustrated, ttnawy of thorn with finely colored plates) and are printed and bound in the best manner. Acts will find a pleatant and profitable cmpirn'meHt in the circulation. For partic ulars address (post paid) J. BRADLEY, Publisher, No. -it3 North Fouth st. Phil'a. 0 ember 12, If 54. 2m. W...

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

1 IP I 1 Hi '114 1 HJcutctt to fJolitits, itcvatnrc, griculfxtrc, Science, iiloraliti), and eneral intelligence. VOL is. STROUDSBURG, MOTsTROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER 14, 1854. NO. ! Published by Theodore Sehoeh, TERMS Tivo dollars per annum in advance Two ti5Urs and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be tote the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except nt the option of the "Editor. JCr Advertisements not exceedins one square (ten Haoe) uill bo inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The cMrge for one and three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to yearly advertisers. 117 All letters addressed to the Editor must bt postpaid. JOB .PK5NTING. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, w e hjc prepared to execute every description of Curtis, CircuUrs, Dill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts JuKl.-.trs, Lesjnl and other Blanks. Pamphlets, Ac...

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