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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 March 1843

ill ran n if rnrns I i v f The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. vol. 4. STROUDSB URG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1843. N b . 2- PtllNTED AND PUBLISHED BY SCIIOCSI & EOILOGfii TETIMS. Two dollars per annum in adrance Two dollars tmd a quarter, half yearly, and if not paid before the end of llic year, 1 wo uouars anu a nan. muse vihi receive incir papers bv a carrier or Mage drivers employed- by the proprie tors, will be charged 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers uisconunueu unui au arrearages are paiu, excepi at tlic option 01 me cauors. rr?A.lvertisetncnls not execedme one square (sixteen lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar; twenty-five cents j.r every saDsequcnt mscition larger ones in proportion. A liberal discount will be made to yearly advertisers. DAll letters addressed to the Editors must be post paid. jron PRINTING. flavin? a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we arc prepa...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 March 1843

JE1TRS0NIAN REPUBLICAN. HARRISBURG NEjVS. , . Correspondence of Uie Daily Chronicle. March 16, 1843. House .An hour, and upwards, of the morn ing was taken up in the ' presentation of peti tions. A motion was made by Mr. Roumfort to take up (out of order) the resolution from th Sen ate.'fixing the 28th inst. for final adjournment, which requiring two-thirds, was agreed to, 52 to 32. On motion of Mr. Hill, a resolution was adopted limiting tho speeches of members to 20 minutes each. Sale of Public Improvements. Mr. Brooke submitted a resolution instructing the commit tee of Ways and Means to bring in a bill pro viding for the sale of all the State Improve ments. Mr. Roumfort moved to fritter away, the resolution by merely instructing the' com mittee to "inquire into the expediency" of the measure. A discussion was then gotten op of an inter esting character, being confined to tho import ant subject under consideration, a species of debate almost absolete in these Halls. Mr. Brooke's ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 March 1843

JEFFE RSON IAN REPUBLICAN JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Strondsbaursr, tfiarcli 22, 1S43. Terms, S2.00 :n advance; $2.25, naif yearly; and 2,50 if not paid dcioic mc cnn oi uic vcai. A Chapter on the Weather. Wo are not in the habit of oftcm moralizing upon the mutability of the weather, orr oubling our rea ders with long accounts of its freaks and fancies: The weather at present, however, is so out of all character, that wo must be pardoned for saying a few words about it. It is now the 22d of March, and the snow, in many places is still three or four feet deep, and that too after nearly a week of bright sunshine. The air is as cold as December, and the ice many inches thick. Who ever heard of the like ? About a year ago Richard Adams Locke, of New York, the author of the celebrated Moon Hoax, delivered a Lecture qn Terrestrial1 Magnetism, in which he endeavored to prove that the equator and avis of the Earth were constantly undergoing changes, 'which had already made our winters much sh...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 March 1843

J OFFERS ON IAN RE P U BL.ICAN. VICTORY! Who Y6es not k.vow of am. leidy's BLOOD PILLS? a component pari oT which is SAR SAPARILLA. The reputation of Dr. Leidy's Sarsaparilla Blood Pills is so well known, that comment upon their virtues is almost unnecessary. Suf fice it to say i hoy posses aM ihe PURGATIVE AND PURIFYING properties that can be combined in the form of Pills. NEWSPAPER PUFFING is unnecessary totheir success. Their efficacy, in'fitfe case, is a sure intro duction and passport of them 10 a thousand. FIVE YEARS Employment of them' throughout the United States," hav made them as they deserve to be VICTORIOUS! "Whilst the Proprietors and Manufacturers of other Pills, have been, endeavoring to humbug the people in various ways to introduce their Skills, publishing columns of matter and bol stering them up by MADE, LYING CERTIFICATES, and attributing to their Pills the powers of ef fecting every thing, barely excepting the RESTORATION OF THE DEAD TO LIFE. Dr. LEIDY lias allo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 March 1843

I 4 1 'a The whole art ov Government consists in the art of reing honest. Jefferson. VOL. 4. STROUDSB URG. MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1843. No. 3. n iiii i in m in winmiii n iniinr7nnni r i hi t t " PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY SCHOCH' & EIIiE.CK. "TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars n-l a quarter, half yearly, and if not paid before the end of he year, Two dollars and a half. Those nlio receive their ui?cr In a earner or stage drivers cniployciltby the proprie tors will be charged 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except ilikc option of the Editors- ICAdverttscnicnts not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) mil be inserted three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents l ir every subsequent inscition larger ones in proportion. A liberal discount will be made to yearly advertisers. ICTAll letters addressed to the Editors must be post paid. job psmracr. Ravin;; a general assortment of large elegant plain an...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 March 1843

JE PFERSON TAN R K PUBLICAN. Mass Tyler .Meeting in Hfew Tork-f nn. The Tyler Meeting at the Tabernacle last erening was rather a funny affair, considering that it was held in a Church. A Mr. Amos Palmer, a Loco Fnco now first made famous, was Called to the Chair, with a goodly string of office-seekers' brothers and Custom House ex pectants for Vice Presidents and Secretaries. Messrs. Edward Sandford and James H. Ray mond read the Address and Resolutions. When we looked in a little past S, we judged that there were 1,000 Whigs, as many Loco Focos, and several 'nominal Tyler men present perhaps 200. Hon. Caleb Cushing was on his legs. He spoke well, but not with much apparent cf lect. ..The- WJiigs hurrahed for Clay and the Locos for Van Huron, which was all wrong, no such performatice being specified in the bills of the evening. But Mr. C. rather provoked them to it. In insisting that neither Whigs nor Loco Focos had any ground of principle to stand upon in condemning Tylerism, he c...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 March 1843

JEFFEKS0N1AN REPUBLICAN JE;FFER50NIAN republican S2rotu!si:a3r, MnrcEi 29, 1843. Terms, 3-2,00 -.n advance; $2.25, Half rearly: and $.2,51) if not paid Ucloic tno cna oi uio vear. NOTICE. The supporters of the' gospel in the Presbyterian church of Stroudsbnrg, are requested lo meet at the Church, on Friday the 31st inst. A full atlendancelis desired. .Justices of theifieucc. At thc'Electibn held pn FriiiSy- the 17ifi inst., the following named gentlemen were elected Jus tices of the Peace, in the several townships in this County, where vacancies had occurred. James Papening, Smithfield. John Edinger, Pocono. JjefTard Willard, Perm Forest. Melchior Spragle, Coolbaugh. We congratulate the people of Monroe, upon the choice of these men as a portion of their magis trates. We have the honor of a personal acquaint ance with two, and know them all to be highly qualified for the responsible, situations to which thev have been advanced. Disgraceful. Some offender, not having the fear of evil...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 March 1843

J E F F E R S 0 N IAN R E PUBLIC A N. TRT aMFHAfiT " SWCEBST. 4 And.i tiew discovery in the Rcvsya ier Business ! A most important and invaluable discovery has 1 een made by a gentleman of this city, by which newspapers may he printed in their present form, and, at the same time, capable of being converted at pleasure, into a Magazine form, for preservation. This grand improvement, which is destined to form a new era in the business, effecting an entire revolution in the art of printing mammoth newspa der, will be introduced, by permission of the pa tentee, into the Philadelphia Saturday Museum, commencing in May next. In announcing to the friends of the newspaper press throughout the country, a discovery which will add so immensely to the valucof newspapers, the publishers of the Saturday Museum, have, also, the proud satisfaction of announcing the complete and triumphant success of their new Family News paper. The liberal patronage already secured for this new and popular enterpri...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 5 April 1843

-4 The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. - 1 No. S.TROUDSB URG. MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1843 VOL. 4.' 4: ' PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY SCHOCH & KOIiL,OCI. 'TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars und a quarter, half yearly. and if not paid before the end of the vcar.Two dollars anl a half. Those 'vho receive their - . r. i .Imta-e oiirtlr.io.l hi Hin nrnnrlr. tors, will be charged 37 1-2 cts. per yearttlra: No papers aiscontmuea unui ;iu uA rtinn rtf tlin Eililrtrs. are paid, except inAiFvcrtisctrieni3"n6t exeftedi sixteen lines! will be inscrtd three week? foremen 'enty-five cents 1 ir every subsequent naimtf i itiMUHu-pero; roportion. a i,i.ml .Tisenunt will bcVhdtiNIU flsarlv ax i'" t" , - p. v r r,l.. discount wm ocwuct jvh j7,Vll letters auaresseu iu uiu cuuuia st be post paid. ers. JOB PjBtINTOTG. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna menial Type, we arc prepared to execute cveiytlcs cript...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 5 April 1843

JEFKEII.S0M.AN llllPl BLICAN The removal nf Solomon Van Rensselaer from the Albany Post Office and tho appoint ment of a lull blond ud Loco Focoin his place, is calling out some severe comments from the Press. Gonoral Van Rensselaer was first 'ap pointed lo that OHice by Mr.iUunroe, and serv ed through the administrations of Mr. Adams and Gen. Jackson. Mr. Van Ruren removed him to give place to Mr. Flagg ; atid one of the first acts of ihe lamented Harrison was to re tore his old companion in arms lo the station from which he had been thrust. " And now," says the Courier, " John Tyler, walking in the footsteps of Mr. Van Buren, has tlared to insult and outrage the feelings of the country by removing him ! Should not the People speak in relation to this last and great est outrage of the treacherous Executive?" The Tribune" says : ' Gen. Jackson always refused to have this gallant old patriot turned out, throughout his whole eight years. Van Buren, after consider able, hesitation, rem...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 5 April 1843

J EFFK KSU N i A N UK P V B J,I CAN ti r 4 je:ffersonian republican .843. Terms, S'2,00 :n advanct;; $2.25, naif yearly: ar.d $3,50 if not paid beioic lae end or ilie rear. Governor FrJer. The past week has been quito an eventful one in the history of our worthy Governor. First. The Philadelphia papers announce that he paid a secret visit to that city on Thursdav.Sneculatinn has been rife, in regard to it, Uutftjfttliing satisfactory ascertained. Second A calURyas circulated in the city, for a eneralimeetingtlwhich it is the determination orhis friends to nominate him for the Vice Presidency. Third. On Friday he sent to the Legislature his cto of the Hill which provided for he elec tion of the Canal Commissioners bv the people. Fourth. On Saturday the "Keystone." which has all along been recognized as his organ, at Jlarrisburg, published a severe article in which it denounced him for his connexion with the Admin istration of Capt. Tyler. This is eventful, enough, in all bonscience, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 5 April 1843

-'SB" .1 K FF K US O N 1 AN RK PU B L I OA K . TRIUMPHANT -SUCCESS, And a mow discovery isa the Newspa per ESxtsaness J A "most important and invaluable discovery has Veen made by a gentleman of this city, by which newspapers may be printed iiv their present form, and, at the same time, capable of being converted at pleasure, into a Magazine form, for preservation. This grand improvement, which is destined to form a new era in the business, effecting an entire revolution in the art of printing mammoth newspa per, will be introduced, by permission of the pa tentee, into the Philadelphia Saturday Museum, commencing in May next. ' In announcing to the friends of the ncwspapjE nress throughout the country, a discovery whicg will add so immensely to the value of newspapers? lhe publishers of the Saturday Museum, have, also, 4he proud satisfaction of announcing the complete and triumphant success of their new Family ftews ipaper. The liberal patronage already secured for this new and popu...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 12 April 1843

1r 0 The whole art ok Govern.uknt consists in the aut of being honest. Jefferson. SM No. S? VOL. 4. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1843. , . ....iiiiiiuhi mi'iiiii Hj-MC-f-J 1 v rt PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY SCIXOCII & KOliLOCK. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars un J a quarter, half yearly, and if not paid before the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Those 'vho receive their rtarters or a carrier or stajie drivers employed by the proprie tors, will be charged 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. IDAdvcrtisements not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents jur every subsequent inscition larger ones in proportion. A lsber.il discount will be made to yearly advertisers. ID All letters addressed to the Editors must be post paid. jots j?mmTm&. flaring a general assortment of large elegant plain...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 12 April 1843

t J EFFE R S ON IAN R E P V BL1 C AN. llmiv k-j wrnn-i in iixntoaaiii-n HARRISBURG NE3VS. Correspondence of the Daily Chronicle. April 8, 1843. Impeachment of William Qccrfiv W. -In the House, Mr. Sharawood, from the Select Com mittee appointed to prepare articles of impeach ment, against William Overfield, one of the Canal Commissioner, for an alleged attempt to bribe John Hill, a member of the Legislature from the county of Armstrong, to vote to sus tain the Governor's veto of the bill providing for ttie election of Canal Commissioners, re ported two several articles containing in due form the 'substance- of the -above charge the iufbe alleged, being the offer of the office of Collector of Tolls on he Western Division of the Pennsylvania Canal at Freeport, to any person whom Ak. Hill might name. Thu articles having been read, Mr. Deford moved to postpone the whole subject indefi nitely. Mr. Stiarswood opposed the motion, nd .poke some time in delence of the report. Mr. Koumfort sp...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 12 April 1843

JEFFEKSONJAJsi REPUBLICAN WfTTtTTtnr nriMi iwum iipi n ! m i i 1 1 nr i r r riwiimi i n irr" JE1FFERS0NIAN REPUBLICAN StroEHlebusrg, April 21, 1843. Terms, $2,00 :n advance; $2.25, naif yearly; and $2,50 if not paid befoie the end of the vear. TRIAL, OF SIHGE.ETOX IIAE,fc IHEKCER, FOR THE MURDER OF Mah!o Hutchinson Hefccrtou. In our last, we brought the notice of this tri al down to the adjournment of the Court on Saturday evening, April 1st. On Monday mor ning, the evidence of the defence was again resumed, and a large number of witnesses ex amined as to the prisoner's state of mind, at the time of the perpetration of the murder. They all tesiifiedthat he was laboring under strong mental excitement, bordering on phrensy; and that on the subject of his sister's disgrace, he was stark mad. On Monday afternoon, ihe testimony for the defence was finished, and the Counsel for the Prosecution began with their rebutting evi dence. They endeavored lo establish that Mer cer, at the time of ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 12 April 1843

JEl'TERSONlAN REPUBLICAN. . A STANDARD NATIONAL JUCAVSINB, . Published Monthly in the City of Ncxo-Yorh by WILLIAM W. SNOWDEN. NUMEROUS engravings in each number. The exalted reputation of this popular maga teine has been so long and so widely established that it may perhaps be deemed by some supere rogatory oh the part of the proprietor to offer a "di rect exposition of its merits and its claims. The Ladies' Companion needs no laudatory puffs to force it into a precarious existence: it has, for a number of years, spoken, for itself, and in a voice which has found a most satisfactory response in the literary taste of the age. Conforming, howev er, to custom, which seems 'to demand a few words occasionally from the proprietor to his pat rons and the public, we will simply and suscinctly enumerate the chief lilies which this standard na tional magazine has to the enormous patronage which it has for so many years enjoyed, and to that regular and uninterrupted advance in the fa vor of t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 19 April 1843

1 1 rf3 v The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. VOL. 4. STROUDSB URG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1843. No.-6. mraiTO iirnrn PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY SCXIOCII & KOLLOCE. "TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollar Sind a quarter, half yearly, and if not paid before the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Those 'vho receive their papers bv a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprie tors, will be charged 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editors. rDWircrtiscments not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) will be inserted three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents tor every subsequent inscitiou larger ones in proportion. A liberal discount will be made to yearly advertisers. 1DAU letters addressed to the Editors must be post paid. JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we arc prepared t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 19 April 1843

m J K FFK l SV N i AN ! i K I V BL I C A N . From tlie Daily Chronicle f Philadelphia Conference of the ITIctho&ist Episcopal Church. This botfy, which had been in session about n'ti days, adjourned Thursday evening, 13th lire i. During ihe course of proceedings, it transpired that the increase the past year has Wen, Whites Six thousand six hundred and forty-two. Colored One thousand six -hundred and twenty two. Total Eight thousand two hundred and sixty-four. On the afternoon tif Thursday, the Conference met, and the mi r.utes of the morning session were read. The Committee on Education reported that they had received from various sources S289 89 ; Com wihtee ouBihIe Societies reported the reception ttif 372 20, from a portion of the Conference ; Committee on Missions reported receipts, -$1,-375. Female Education Society, of Trinity Church, have remitted, during the last month, the Treasurer of the Education Fund, New York, $250. John Gilder was elected Trustee of the Philadelp...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 19 April 1843

JEFFERS0N1AN REPUBLICAN JOiFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN StromlMbusrgr, April 10, IS43. Tcnus, $?,W m advance; $2.25, naif yearly: and $2,50 if nol paid befoicthc end of the year. f WMMg33ttMtgaMMJUilliliLCTBOBC-ll II I I ' " " . Wl Specie lay:n easts. We arc gratified in being able to announce thai the Banlfof Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia, commenced the payment of goid and silver for its notes, and ako resumed its regular business, on Monday last. For many years ihis institu tion was looked upon as one of tho besi and safest in ihe country, and enjoyed ihe utmost confidence of the community. Its resuscita tion therefore will be "hailed with joy by every one. The difficulties under which it has been laboring, were brought upon it mainly in con sequence of the efforts it made to sustain ihe Tlie Elections. The annual olection in Connecticut, fur State MarrriBig a Wife's Sister. The question "dqes the word of .God forbid Officers, took place on Monday the 3d inst. and ' a man to marry his de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 19 April 1843

WORMS! WORMS'! JJjr If parents knew the value and efficacy of Dr. Lady's Patent Vegetable IVonn Tea, tlrey never would be without it in their families, bs children are subject at all times to Worms. Dr. Leidy's Worm Tea is composed of veg etables altogether, and may be given to chil dren of all ages. Directions accompany each paper or package. Children suffer much, of times, from so many things being given them for worms, without any effect. Much medicine, given to children, has a tendency to destroy their general health, and ihey are more or less delicate ever after. To avoid the necessity of giving medicine unnecessarily when you are certain your chil dren have worms give them at first Dr. Leidy's Worm Tea. It is all that is necessary. Reference might be made to several hundred parents in Philadelphia city and county, of the efficacy of Dr Leidy's Worm Tea. Try it and you will be convinced. Price 12 1-2 cents a small, and 25 cents a large package. Prepared only, and for sale' whol...

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