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

0 wivo tbc necessity of resorting to the ex treme measure indicated in Lis proclama tion; but that officer, instead of acecdiug to tbc request, did nothiug more than to protest against the contemplated bom hard mcnt. No steps of any sort were taken by Un people to give the satisfaction required. individual?, n any there w ere, who regarded themselves as i.ot responsible for the misconduct of the community, a dopled any means to separate themselves 1'ioui the fate of the guilty. The several charges, ou which the demands for re dress were founded, had been publicly Jtnown to all for some lime, and were n gKin announced to them. They did not deny any of these charges; they offered )io explanation, nothing iu extenuation of their conduct; but contumaciously refused to hold any intercourse with the comman der of the "Cyanc." By their obstiuatc hIoiico they seemed rather desirous to provoke chasetisemcnt than to escape it There is ample reason to believe that this conduct of wanton defian...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 December 1854

t Attvuxi Dsatu. Noar Konosha, Wis consin, last wee!', a drunken man was lit erally devoured by hogs wliilo lying in tbc road, in a state of beastly intoxication. His bones and a few remnants of his clothes were found. ACPER'sRETtrilNKD. Boston has just sent back to Europe 150 paupers from the different Institutions of the State. All but 29 return of their own free will, the balance have been sentenced to be re turned. New Jersey Odd Fellows. This Order is said to be in a flourishing con dition. There are now 106 chartered Lodges, numbering 7,003 members. What Constitutea. Intemperance. Judge Pearson, in a recent charge to the "Grand Jury at Harrisburg, decided that an J individual who visits from tavern to tuvcrn, drinking five or six times daily, is emphatic ally a man of intemperate habits, and that tavern keepers who sell to such are liable to prosecution under the act prohibiting the sale of liquors to "men of known intemperate hab its." If this construction of the law be cor r...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 December 1854

NOTICE TO COLLECTORS. The collectors of State ami County taxes will picnic take notice that all Duplicates olicr tlinn IS54, must be Fettled up by the n-Mt torm of the Court, and the Collectors ol 1MM re requested-to muke liberul payments by the same time, or no longer time will be u.iu rtv.il them. JOSEPH HECK MAN, ) JACOB ALTEftlOSE. Com'rs. JOHN C. STRUXK, ) Novetnber 23, 185-1. " 1000 Book Agents"Wanid, To canvass for the beet nnd most saleable Books published. They are written by the niunt popular Authors of the day, including umong others, T. S. Arthur, of whose last ;reut work, Ton R'islits i'-i ' Room, 10.000 copies have been sold within a month of oiiblicalion. These Books are leautifullv illtiEtrated. (many 'f them uith finely colored plates) and ure printed and bound in the best manner. A'nts will find a pleasant and profitable employment m Uie circulation. For partic ulars address (pot paid) J. W. BRADLEY, Publisher, No. 43 North Fouth st. PhiPn. October 12, 1P5-1. 2m. W...

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

it Tm 144 yi ((Mapygy nWiiwiinaiitifrtHaliiiiiiiAtaillmiiiViylhiiiM)iii Qcutcb ta 3alitic0, literature, Agriculture, Science, illoralitn, anil eneral intelligence. VOL 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER 21, 1854. 0 if 4t Published by Theodore ScIlOCh. TERMS-Two dollars per annum in ndvanre Two TERMS Two dollars per annum in nd' dollars and n quarter, half yearly and if loi the end oft he year. Two dollars and a : f yearly and if not naid be not paid be No papers discontinued until all arrears are nnid. I a half. xcept ntthc option of the Editor. IO Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten linee) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The IidKm a liber- IE? All letters addressed to the Editor must be Dost- paid. I , ,, ,, .,,' and ornamental Type, we are prepared to execute every description of spasms' jp&sssrseassr, Cardi, Circulars, Dill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts printed with neatness and despatch, on ...

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

:P r.-s x - 1C 3cffcrsonian. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1854. Tbc Methodist Episcopal Sunday School, connected with the Stroudsburg charge, will hold its anniversary on Monday eve-iiiu-r, 2otb iuil., in the M. K. Church. A number of Speeches and Dialogues wili ho spoken by the children. The services of tbc choir have been secured. They will aimr a number of very beautiful and .appropriate pieces, selected for the occa- t-iou. cervices to commence at the ring iiig of the second boll. Admittance fee for gentleman and lady, 25 cents. The nionoy thus raised will be appropriated to the replenishing of the Library of the .School, for the use of the children. desire to ma,ke the services as entertain ing as possible, and would be much pleas ed to see a general attendance on the part of parents and citizens generally. 11. S. STAPLES, Suj)-l Tickets can be had of 11. S. Staples; Rob't. Boys; C. R. Andre; S. Mclick, and at the door.of the Church, on the evening. We understand, according to the ab...

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

if ipnim According to the late Census Seport, the whole number of paupers in the Unit ed States, supported in whole or in part uy public lunds,within the year ending .June i, laoa, was 134,972, of which 59, 855. were in this State. The- whole num ber of paupers on June 1, 1S50, was 50, i353, and the total annual expense was S2,9S4,S0G, o'f which this State contribut ed 817,3:36. EaS A Boston paper says that the im portatiou'of salt into that city has been so large for theLpast six months that it is i now difficult to find storage for it, and that the salt dealers on Long Warf con template applying to the city authorities for permission to stack a few cargoes on the Common. Death of aJMiserly Woman. A female named Jeanne De Lux died in ?fcw York a few days ago from injureis re ceived by being run over by an omnibus. She was sixty-five years of age, and the Journal of Commerce thus speaks of her : "The assessors of the city tolls always en countered in her a most reluctant tax-payer, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 December 1854

a KOTICE TO COLLECTORS. The collectors of State and County laxeF will plea.se tnkc notice that nil Duplicates older tluin IP54, must be settled up by the nr.t term of the Court, and the Collectors of I8oi are requested to make liberal payment by the panic time, or no longer time will bp allowed them. JOSEPH IIECKMAN, ) JACOB ALTEMOSK. Comm. JOHN C. STRUCK, ) November 'Jli, 1854. 1000 Bcok Agents Wanted, To canvass for the best and most saleable Books nublished. Tliev are written by the most popular Authors of the day, including among others, T. S. Arthur, of whose last great work, You Xifriil is! n Rsir Room, 30,000 copies have been sold within a month of publication. The.-e Books are beautifully illustrated. (many of them with finely colored plates) and are printed and bound in the best manner. A:Mits will find a pleabant and profitable employment in the circulation. For partic ulars address (pot-t paid) J. W. BRADLEY. Publisher, No. -IS North Fouth st. rhil'a. October 12, 154. 2m....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 December 1854

:? " ' " - - , - . , - - - - ' Bzviti to politics, Citcraturc, Agriculture, Science, iltoralitn, an encval intelligence. VOL 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. DECEMBER 23, 1851. NO.- 6- Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollar? ar? per annum in advance Two , half yearly and if not paid be- dollars and a fitiarter, half ycarly- lote the end of the year, Two dollais and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid. except .m the option of the Editor. IOAdvcitisements not exceeding one square (ten title. till )rt incArtnH fhrdA -.1 rnt-c I - -. .nllr iml xscnty-fire cents for every subsequent insertion. ' i'lic unarge lor one ana ttiree insertions the same. Alibcr- al discount made to ycarlv advertisers. ni? All letters addressed to the Editor must be post - ' , T--:: JOB PRINTING. Havinc a-cener rai assortment of large, elegant, plain 'or try the almost impossible task of pen LedertSCTrod etrating alng banks of the river, aud ornament to execute -.,-.!. n;w.,il...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 December 1854

with lowered crest and savage, sullen ook, came slowly on, and actually got bis iiead between tbe perpendicular rock and the neck of Gibbon's mule. But the sa picious beast ou which ho was mounted, pressing her haunches hard agaiust the vall, fathered her feet close under her, and turned as upon a pivot. This placed he bull ou the outside (there was room to pass, though no ouc would have thought iO, and he rushed by at the gallop, fol lowed in single file by the rest of the herd. The lieutenant owns that he and his friend "ftlt frightened." On the IStli of June they arrived at the first hacienda, where they saw sugar cane, yucca, pine-apples and plantains. Besides thec, cotton and coffee were soon after found in cultivation. The laborers .rc native Indians, nominally free, but by the customs of the country, pretty closely held in subjection to their employers. Their nominal wages arc half a dollar a dav; but this is paid in articles necessarv for their suppport, which are charged to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 December 1854

.4 1 , , , , , . : ' ....MIIIMfl! Kossuth's Prophecy. When tho siege of Sebastopol was first proposed , Kossuth expressed the follow ing decided opinion on the subj ect, which seems now quite liKeiy to bo realized: "To take an intrenched camp, linked dj temoie fortresses, and an arm y for a garrison m it, and new armies pouring on your flank and rear, and you in the plains of the Crimea, with also no cavalry to resist them, is an undertaking, to succeed in which, more forces are necessary than France and England can ever unito in that Quarter for such an aim. Ask a- Lout it, whichever staff officer has learn ed something about tactics and strategy And in that position is Sebastopol, thanks to your Austrian alliance, which, having interposed herself between you and your enemy in Wallachia, made the Czar free to send such numbers to Sebastopol as he likes. YoutuiU be beaten, remember my icordsJ Your braves will fall in vain under Rus sian bullets and the Crimean air, as the Russians f...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 December 1854

NOTICE TO COLLECTORS. The collectors of State and County taxes will please take notice that all Duplicates older than I&54, mnht be settled up by the uvxt term of the Court, and the Collectors of IS54 are requested to make liberal payments by the same time, or no longer tne will be allowed them. JOSEPH IIECKMAN, ) JACOB ALTEMOSfi.iC Com'rs. JOHN C. STRUCK, ) iSovembcr 2o, ISu4. "HMO Book Ageiils'Wantcd, To canvass for the best and most saleable Books published. They are written by the most popular Authors of the day, including among others, T. S. Aimtuu, of whose last great work, 'S'oii ATijriits in a Bar Room, 10,000 copies have been sold within a month of publication. These Books arc beautifully illustrated, (many of them with fiucly colored plates) and are printed and bound in the best manner.. Agents will find a pleasant and profitable employment in the circulation. For partic ulars address (post paid) J. W. BRADLEY, Publisher, No. -IS North Fouth st. PhiPa. October 12, 1S54...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 January 1855

" v MF.JMjM ... . " . - . v .. : - ; I JDeutcfc to politics, literature, Agriculture, StUxxtc, itlaralitu, ani encral 3fatclU$jctirc. VOL 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 4, 1855. NOT?, Published by Theodore Schoch. TGRMS Two dollars per annum in ndvancc Two aolUra anJ n quarter, half yearly and if not paid bc- jote the end oi the year, i w o aouars ami n nan. N tthediwton 0eulijjl,arrearaEc are paid, n!?AdVeiti"e except lines) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for ererv subsequent insertion. The chsrge for one and three insertion the same. A liber al discount made to yearly advertisers. rCT-All letters Addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared to execute every description of Cards, Circulars, nill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts Justices, Legal and other Blanks. Pamphlets, Ac printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms, AT THE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 January 1855

Sl)e Setters onicm. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1855. A New Year. As this is the first paper wc issue in the new year, it may not be amiss in us to wish our readers, one and all, "a liappy new year'" The close of the old and opening of the new year, is a season which always awakens both sad and pleasiug recollections in every mind. Ivo matter how elevated and favored an individual may be, he has still momeuts and actions to look back to, which cause him pain and sorrow; and no matter how poor and miserable, on the other hand, may be the person, he has still many bright -pots, to recur to, on which his memory can rest, aud upon which his imagination may revel with pleasure. These emotions of joy and sorrow are more vividly called to our minds at this time than at any other. Wc are affected very much in the same way by the passing away of the old year, that wc are by the demiso of an old and intimate friend. Both events tell us o! the mutability of all things, and remind us of our own approa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 January 1855

GOOD BOOKS BY MAIL. PUBLISHED BY FOWLERS & WELLS, ': 308 Croud way, Nuw-York. ,In order lo accommodate "The People,'1 residing in all pans ofthe United States, the Publishers will forward by return ofthe first wail, any book in the following list. The postage will be prepaid by them at the New xviu omce. ay this arrangement of pre paying postage in advance, fifty per cent is Bavea to the purchaser. All letters contain ing orders should be- postpaid, and directed as to Mows : FOWLERS & WELLS. 308 Broadway, N. Y. Constitution of Man. 8r. Geo. Combe. The only authorized American Edition. With CO Engravings, and a Portrait of the Author. Prire, muslin, 87 cents. . Defenre of Phrenology. Containing an Es say on the nature and value of Phrenologi cal Evidence, also an able vindication of Phrenology. By Boardman. Price, S7 cents Domestic Life. Thoughts -on its Con cord and Discord, with valuable Hints and Suggestions. By N. Sizer. 15 cents. Education: its Elementary Principles foun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 January 1855

t The New-York Mercantile Guide ENLARGED!!! Volume 9. A NEWSPAPER. The proprietor of ihe above paper would r-peciJully call the attention of Merchants J armcrt and Mechanics, residing out of the ay. to the Moderate Terms for a yearly sub sorption of the GUIDE, being to mail sub sci.bers only One Iol!.r Per Year, making it unquestionably the rheuppst Fam i'v Newspaper published in the U. Siales. hrn desired, suhsoiiptions for Six Month v ill be received which may be remitted in 1 . 0. Stamps. 'I be columns of the Guide will contain the sual variety of Original. Spicy Articles writ ten not only to please but to instruct, and ill bo replete with a synopsis of all the J.'iral and ( moral News of the Day. ! regard to Politics the Guide main nin an independent lane, and. from lime to rue wiil arlvocaie smh measures as best rrnduco to the interests of the greatest num la. Postmasters and others arc respectfully requested to act s Agents for tins paper, to whom we will firward specimen copi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 January 1855

15 . ""V - 2" 1 jSJcuici to Jpalitics, jutctatitrc, Agriculture, Science, illoralitn, aub encval intelligence. VOL 15. STROUDSBURGj MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY H, 1355. NO".' 8, . The: Emperor and his Daughter. !"" not wait for his dismissal to return to j GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. A few years since there was in the city, Ms regiment. He was on the point of Tq JIonorahle he Senators and Members of St. Pcrtersburg, a young girl so beau- .setting out for Munich, when an aid-dc- 0ftlcuouseof Representatives of the Gcn tiful aud so lovely that the greatest prince can,P of lie Czar came for uim- end Assembly: ;0f Europe, had he mother, even in a, h ave set out yesterday "ho j Gentlemen :Whilst the events of -peasant's hut, might well have turned his sad to himself " might have avoided iXxQ year ;ust closed, present many causes ;hack upon a princess to offer her his hand wbat no awaits me. At the first flash of congratulation, and afford a nd his crown. ,sa yourself from the thunderbolt." hJaiut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 January 1855

X " ' . ' . ' - - ! gT Ilavng hccn conuected with the legis lation which brought this company into existence, and clearly cognizant of the motives unci purposes which governed the Lt'&islnturc In imposing this condition on the grant, I can discover no reason, in MiWquent events, to justify the relin quishment of this valuable reservation; but i,inny on the contrary, to sustain its just ice and utility. The discussions pending the incorporation of the company, will best indicate the object of thisiestriction. Ttw roust ruction of :i railroad from Har- rsburg to Pittsburg, parallel with the State works, was very properly urged as indispensably necessary to meet the wants ..f the traveling public, and to enable our metropolis to compete successfully with other commercial cities. The very first and moj-t formidable difficulty which pre sented itself in the way of this enterprise, was the prejudicial effect such a work mhrht hare upon the the business and profits of the main line of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 January 1855

and benefit of our happy Union, and tho well considered compact by which it is sustained. A basis of calculation, ex hibited by past experience, will give our country a population of thirty millions in less than ten years from the preset time of eighty millions in thirty years, to come and at one hundred millions at the close of the present century I But! mere numbers are of no moment, com pared with moral elements, in a nation's greatness. Tho vital strength and sta bility of the United States, as a people, consists in the substantial interest which each individual has in the permanency of tho30 glorious institutions, which were baptized in the blood of our revolutionary struggle, and handed down to U3 as the aacred legacy of our fathers. Peril, or destroy these, and we peril or destroy the share of sovereignty and equality which they were designed to scoure, alike to the richest and poorest, to the high est and humblest in the land. The experience of more than three fourths of a c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 January 1855

JPERIEAjTI OUTBONE ! ! 'fbe fe-or! Mercantile Guide ENLARGED!!! A VTJGEKILT NEWSPAPER. The proprietor of the above paper would respectfully Pall the attention of Merchants j 'urmers and Mechanics, residing out of the . ,tv, to the Moderate Terms for a yearly sub jjv-np'.iun of the GUIDE, being to mail sub Miilers only One Dollar Per Year, mkmg it unquestionably the cheapest Fam v Newspaper published in tne u. oi..i. W hen desired, subscriptions for Six Months mil he rccuived which may be remitted in P. 0. Stamps. Ti;c columns of the Guide will contain the ! siial ariety or Original, Spicy A nicies wril ir- not only to please but to instruct, and u.il be replete with a synopsis of all the Loral and (general News of the Day. In rrgnrd to Politics the Guide will main uni an independent tone, and. from time to I'lnc will anvocaie sucn measures as uesi conduce to the interests of the greatest r.um ler. Postmasters 'id others are icspectfully requested to act ; s Agents for tins paper, to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 January 1855

"sirs If'mlgghl , 4y- -'-r - - ,. - - Hwjiawapap Seutcir to DaIitic0, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitw, nub eneral intelligence. 'VOL 15. STROUDSBURG. MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 13, 1855. NO 9. - , V f-7 Fublislicd by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance--Two -dMlnrs and n quarter, half yearlv and if not paid be fore the end of the year.Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until allarrcaragcs aic paid, except at the option of the Editor. 1C Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten 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 yearlv advertisers. 'iC? AH letters .addressed to the Editor must be postpaid. .IOC P It I N T I W G. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, wc are prepared to execute every description of Cards, Circulars, Dill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts Justice...

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