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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 July 1858

Bp) (V 1 - i ' r i n -i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m . THURSDAY, JULY 29, 185S. ft?- Si?n advertisement of Dr. Sunford's LIVER INVIGORATOR in another column EST Soc advertisement for Agents, in another column, beaded, "The Greatest Biography of the Age." The Foundry at Williamsburg, Pa. owned by Samuel Wilson, was totally do Proved by Ore last Friday night about half past (en o'elock. Loss about $6,000 insured for 83,1 00. OrThe Board of Directors of tbe jIorris Canal and Bauking Company have declared, a semi-annual dividend of 5 per cent, upon tho preferred stock, payable August 3J. Col. Forney says in The Presp: "Standing as our party now does, with the ban of expulsion against many of its most influential and valuable members, defeat is as certain as the coming night.' $2" Some interest begins to bo felt a mong our politician's. The last Demo crat, gives the names of a number of gen tlemen whoso claims will be urged for the nomination of Representative. Whether tbe best man will be selected, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 July 1858

Parson Browiilow (W) Hooping. , Foremost among clergymen who are tot content with preaching the Gospel, but tain module with other matters, i Parson Browulow, of Knoxville, Tennes- bcc. Y bile rcccutly attcudmg the Meth odiat Annual Convention at Nashville, hi thus commented on hoops : 'All I regret is thatakirtdom is expan- uing, anu tue lasnioos in vouo arc btill increasing the distance between man and woman. At one moment 1 feel like ex claiming, "Oh, that I were a boy again!' Alio nest moment I feel indi"nant at the hoops, and feci willing to join in regiment or men in a vigorous assault upon tue rat tan, whalebone, cords, brass and steel, that have put asunder what God has taid ought to be joined together. Only thiuli of tho display on our streets, in tbo par lor, of the grand and graceful skirts, loo ming-up ail around oue, fascinatiag,char ruing aud swingiug to and fro, like to many things of life ! Talk about the grandeur of a first class steamer, or of a train of cars prope...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 29 July 1858

11 THE ONLY ARTICLE UMHiVALED BA3 MARKET, WITH IMMENSE nOilIB AND El ROPEAS BEBIAN D. Tim ni'icnn U'hv. 16 that bv Nature's own process it restores the natural color perina- jicntlv alter uie uair uccomes yni , oVVi iIip iiiitnrnl fluids, and thus makes it grow ICS on 11 d an ruff, itching, a 4JI11V4 T - ' heat from the scalp, quiets and tones up the nerves, and thus cures all nervous headache, 'anil may he relied upon to cure ail diseases ut the scalp and hair; it will stop and keep H lrnm fulling fi; makes l soft, glossy, health y and beautiful and if used by the young two or three limes a week, it will never fall or become gray, then reader, read the following and judge for yourselves: New York, Jan. 8, 1S58. n T UVnd & Co.. Gentlemen: Having heard a good deal rorr Wnciil's Hair Restorative, a a- nd my hair being quite gray, I made up my mind to lay aside the prejuuice which i, in com mon with a great many persons, hd against all manner of patent medicines, and a short titm. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 August 1858

IDcurjtefc to Dolitif0, literature, Agriculture, Science, JHoraliti), antr encral 3ntelligcttce, i!str iff VOl8. STROUDSBUKG, MONKOE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 5,IS58. INTO. 3 Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and If not paid be fore the end ol the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the opt ion of the Editor. IO Advertisements of one square ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, I 00. Each additional inser tion; 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRSiYTKNGi. Havins a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, nc aie prepared to execute every de scription of Cards. Cirrulars, Bill Heads, Notes. Clank Receipts, JuMic.es, Legal and other Itlauk?, Pamphlets. &C. prin te.l w ith ncatm:ssand despatch, un reasonable terms at this olfinc. 3READ: UPON the WATERS. BY HELEN FOREST GRAVES. It was a gloomy room, 'in a crowded tenemont house, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 August 1858

ulfjc Scfifcrsonian. THTJESDAY, ATJGTJ5T:5, 1858. Huckleberries. Wn nninf in onr excLansrcp. that the crop this year is roost bountiful. At Wilkcsbarrc, bushels arc received .aud sold at 5 cents a quart; at Carlisle they nrc plenty at 10 cents at Mouut Holly, N. J., eighty or ninety bushels were bro't fo town in one dav: at Mauctr Chunk - - ' they arc sold in abundance at 6 cents quart. In this county there is a supera bundance of this fruit, and very flne. Mauy of the citizens of our town, have during the past two weeks, visited the mountains, and brought bushels of these bcrrio to town. Price 5 cents a quart On Monday last 79 teams were counted in the woods near the Forks, and over 300 persous were engaged in gathering the berries. Counterfeit Gvcs on the Ocean Bank at Tom's lliver, N. J., are in circu lation. They are unlike the genuine. The McKcan Bank of Southport, Pa., i r -ported as having failed. Northamplion County. A terrible tomadooc:urrcd in Lower Bethel township on Frid...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 August 1858

Millions of Buffaloes. A correspondent of the St. Louis Re publican, ays that a Utah Mail party en countered on their journey, "millions of buffaloes, blocking up tnc highways so as to delay the mail, reeding upon the luxu riant grasses of the plains, while deer and antelopes were more numerous than ever eccn before." Hollmcay's Ointment and Pills. The idea that cancer is incurable cannot be cutertained by persons who have witness cd the effect of these remedies on this ter rible disease. The Ointment penetrates the substance of tho cancer, and reaches iU minutest ramiGcations in the flesh, checking its progress, and gradually re storing the parts affected to a souud con dition, while the pill?, asting upon the blood as a powerful detergent, destroy the Feeds of the malady in tbc circulation. The testimony on this head is abundant and conclusive. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. -SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Famale I ills. Ov ? raoTrcTED a'-tiSa. letters nY KOV'AL 55?i) PATENT. Prepared f...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 August 1858

" TUB ONLY ARTICLE UWRiVALED !M MARKET, WITH IMMENSE II03IE AKD EtROrBM DEMAND, The reason why, is thai by Nature's own process it restores the natural color perinu ncnlly after the hair becomes, pray ; supplic; t he natural fluids, and thus makes it grow on bald heads, removes nil dunning itching, and hen I from 'lie scalp, quiets and tones up the nerves, and thus cures all nervous headache, and may be relied upon to cure all disease? of the scalp and hair; it will Mop and keen it $om falling ofi; makes il soft, glossy, health y and beautiful and if need by the young two or throe times a week, it will never fall or become gray, then reader, read the following and judge for yourselves : New York, Jan. 8, 1853. Meesrs. O. J. Wood & Co., Gentlemen: Having heard a good deal a bout Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, and my hair being quite gray, I made up my mind Jo lay aside the prejudice which I, in com mon with a great many persons, had against all manner of patent medicines, and...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 August 1858

'jt: ii ' ' ' ' " 3 t - y ' J- . . . . r-1 1' ,m-mujjmji ui jjumjwuim - .-jji ii i m-imi mwuroi ScDotcJr to $3olitks, literature, Qlgriatlture, Saicncc, JHoralitij, axxb (Bcmxal intelligence. t h S V iw WL 18. STROUDSBUKG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 12, 1858. iT0t 34. Published by Theodore ScllOCfci ! services, Steven1? was to help about all the them all. He had sis hundred fair mel '.'TErms. Two doiinrs "er annum in ndvnncc Two ' ox W0I"k the jouth might need. Next one, for which he received fourteen cents ioliare and a quarter, half yeariv ami if uoi paid be- Peter went to the hotel, where there was apiece by the lot. making eighty-four dol- fore the end ol the year, Two dollars and a half. . ,,i r t 11 jftKo papers discontinued until all arrearages ate paid, ' quite a stable, and engaged a hundred lars tor the whole. "KaK load of raauure, the landlord promising! During the whole summer Peter was pne.or three insertions, $i oo. Each additional inser- to take his pay in produce when...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 August 1858

Sljc Scfftrsoninn. for the jeffrsonian. the man tor ?qo times can ne iouna. xiei Jfest Congressman. us thenr by all means, put our shoulders (We formerly bad a" Democratic Conn- to tb0 wbeel with that defiree of unan5m tvorcan that would reflect tbe sentiments ity, that will carry him on to success. of the Democracy. But now, the times BJ doi'nS this we tcach UCU weal from Qucenstown on Saturday, July 17th, have ercatlv chanced. None can be vasS8'atID8 and inconsistent men as Mr. met at mid ocean on Wednesday the 28th: heard except they renounce the Dcmo. pmn,cS ha Proved mmsoil 10 Dc' tnai 71 T "T " i x xuu.-u-jr, they cannot pander to the slave power at iu v -uuvuv..... r "fc. 1 I UUU auu. 1 uiwivua uuuuu iv i aivuuu. j-iw- IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE. The Atlantic Telegraph Cable Successful ly laid and Working Perfecly. Trinity Bay, Aug. 5, 185S. The Atlantic Telegraph fleet sailed THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1858. Rev. Dr, Castle, of Philadelphia, -will preach in tbe Methodist Episcopal oro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 August 1858

ine Kansas iUectipn-THe English Bribe (KrDuring a thunder shower that nass u.-. .72.7 , - e?over Newburg, Me., last week, ten - auo icvurua u. lue erection in ivansas, sheep and some cattle, belonsins to Mr as far as received, place the rejection of James Morrison, were killed by lightning ineiiecompton constitution beyond doubt. Nme of the sheep were left standing in The land briba did not prove tempting their tracks, and were bo standing when vuougu 10 iduucc toe voters oi lvansas to tound. aecept a detested and offensive Constitu tion. They have given the English Gnal- ity its quietus, and consigned the Lecomp- ton Cynstitution to an ignominious grave. Nobly, gloriously have the people of Kan sas redeemed themselves, and shown to tho world that they are incorruptible; that they are not to be bought; and although they have suffered long and patiently iD their struggle to plant free institutions on the virgin soil of Kansas, they are r till willing to suffer on until they can come ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 August 1858

I TIIE ONLY ARTICLE UNRIVALED lU MARKET, WITH IMMENSE HOME AN!) EUROPEAN DEMAND. The reason why, is that by Nature's own process it restores the nuturul color perma nently after Jhe hair becomes gray ; supplies the natural fluids, and thus mokes it grow on bald heads, removes all dan ruff, itching, and heat from the scalp, quiets and tones up the nerves, and thus cures all nervous headache, and may be relied upon to cure all diseases of the scalp and hair; it will stop and keep it from. falling off; makes l soft, glossy, health y and beautiful and if used by the young two or three limes a week, it will never fall or become gray, then reader, read the following and judge lor yourselves : Now York, Jan. 8, 1858. Messrs. O. J. Wood & Co., Gentlemen: Having heard a good deal a bout Professor Wood's Uair Restorative, and my hair being quite gray, I made up my mind to lay aside the prejudice which I, in com mon "with a great many persons, had against all manner of patent medicines, an...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 August 1858

n v ' - ! ' ----- km ' H . '" ' i ?3cuotctr to politics, iicuiturc, gticullurc, Science, jJtoralitu, an& ciicml jhtfcHigcncc. STROUDSBURG, MONROE GOUN I Y, PA. AUGUST 19IS5S. NO. 3& .Published by. Theodore Schoch. TKtlMS. Two dollars pcrnniim in advance Two dollars And a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be tforc the end of ihe year, Two dollars and a half. Nopapcrs discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, "except at the option of the Editor. a ingAdvcrtisements of one square (ten lines) or less, o'ntfor three insertions, $1 00. Each addnion.d inscr 310111 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. ..JOB, FRISTS., , Having a gpncral, assortment of J.tnjcplain and or namental Type, 'c' arc prepared to execute every de ascription of Qards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Nptcs. Clank Receipts, Jus-tires, Legal and other lil.uiks, Pamphlet. &c. prin itciltwilh idatness stud despatch, on reasonable terms wt this office. . . ' '0Sm& -. " ' a i : , : , SUMMER. . ., . Nowyjtho puii,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 August 1858

l)C Jfcffcrsouiau. THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1858. The Late Elections, Arkansas. Arkansas is so well sat isOcd with tho present Administration that 110 Opposition organization any longei exists there. In tbe Grt district P. C Ilindaiuu i-i elected to Coogreoss without opposition aud in tiie second District Al bert Ku--t, the regular D-uio.ratic nomi nee. is said to be elected by a largo ma " jority over T. S. Drew, former Governor ' of tbe State, and independent candidate North Carolina. Returns from Cling man's di-trict .how large Democratic loss e.-, and the election of Vanco, Auier., to Congress over Avery, Dem. Ibis is i Democratic lo-s of a member of Congress Judge Ellis, Dem., is elected Governor, but his majority will not be as large as at first supposed. The Legislature, it l believed, will be Democratic. Tbero are two United States Senators to be tlccted. Kentucky. Official election returns from 70 counties give llevill, Democratic candidate for Clerk, 48,800, and bis A rnericau...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 August 1858

Population of the Globe. . .Until the millenial poriod, when tbe na ture of tfao earth shall all become as oue, or until our fast Detnocraoy shall have annexed to this Union every other part of the globe, there can be uo possibility of learning accurately the number of hu than beings in existence at any particu lar time. The population of the earth aas and always triiNt be a matter of con jocture. But the well reasoned conicct uro of a careful and conscientious studeut is entitled to almost as much faith as ma ny statistical document; for in these lat ter, we much fear, that wild as often employed as official and accu rate data. A distinguished professor of the Uni versity ot Berlin, Herr Deitnch. has late Iy addressed a paper to the Acadamy o bcienccs in that city, tn regard to the world's population, and it is generally a greed that it is the mot carefully pre pared and most reliable work that ha yet appeared on this interesting subject Alter some detaiicd estimated in re gard to ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 August 1858

TUB ONLY ARTICLE UNRIVALED EV3ARKET, WITH IMMENSE HOME IKD EUROPEAN DEMAND. The reason why, is that by Nature's own process it restores the natural color perma-f nently alter tne nair Becomes gray ; supplies the natural fluids, and thus makes it grow on bald heads, removes all danrnff, itching, and heat from the scalp, quiets and tones up the nerves, and thus cures all nervous headache, and may bo relied upon to cure all diseases- of the scalo und hair: it will stop and keep n from falling off; makes l soft, glossy, health v and beautiful and if used by the young two or three times a week, it will never fall or become gray, then reader, read the following and judge lor yourselves : New York, Jan. 8, 1558. Messrs. 0. J. Wood & Co., Gentlemen: Having heard a good deal a- bout Professor Wood's Hair Restomtivc, and my hair being quite gray, I made up my mind to lay aside the prejuuice which i, in com mon with a great many persons, had against all manner of patent medicines, and a sh...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 August 1858

;i--ij:;.mui Jiod- JOcuatcb 'to politics, literature, Agriculture, Scihxcc, iiloralitn, aub encval jhitcUigcucc. STROUDSBURG, MONKOE COUNTY, PA. AUGUST 2G, 1858.- if f. Jiry NO 36. -Ul MMJUJ ul'Jl!illJ Published bv Theodore ScllOCll TEltMS. Two dollars per nnmirn in advance Two Mollars-Hiul a "quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of ihc year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued wnlil all arrearages aie paid, '-except at the option of the Editor. inydvertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, bne or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional inser-jtic-iw 25 cents, I.oiiRcr ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of largo, plain and or namental Type, we are prepared to execute every de scription 6f Cards, Circular-, Dill Meads, Notes, filank Itcecipts, Juflices, Legal and other HUnks, Pamphlets. Ac. pnn tcJuith msalncss and despatch, on reasonable teuns nl this office. ' ; NAPOLEOJT-AtfD DUROC. PROM GEN. MILLERS LIFE OF NAPOLEON. Na...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 August 1858

"course of thought, and there is also one current of heart, love, virtucf religion, then the earth will havo blossomed, aud ronsum mated its history. l)c ifeffevsonian. THUBSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1858. J5"0n Tuesday morning last, slight frost was observed, in mnnyplaocs in this Borough. FIRE! 4 About II o'olock at night on Thurs day, the Iflth inst., William S.White' Tannery, at Analomink, in this" county, i caught fire and was entirely consumed, together with a lot of leather- Loss es timated at 10,000. Wo are informed hat the loss is nearly covered by insjur- unce in the Lycoming, Sauooo and Lock : --Haven companies. Democratic Convention. The Democratic Convention to nomi nate a candidate for the support of the party, will meet at William Place?, in Lehman township, Pike county, on the 4tb day of September next. From the number of candidate iu the field, anxious to do the State some service, there is reas on to believe that our Democratic friends will hare a lively time. Those who are ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 August 1858

Goodfor-the Combs Family.- , The Democrats of Perry county have etcoiea iiuurew uomos judge of the coun ty court, Jesse Cctubs clerk of the coun- iy:court, Hezekiah Combs sheriff, and Granville Combs coustablo. They no doubt regretted that they couldu't till all tne otuer county offices with CoinLscs, but the family unfortunately wasu't large e- nough. Louiswc Journal. The Two Joneses. . The Berks county Jones has gained "a wide-spread notoriety by bid presidential ainner speecu as a tamous eatim mem ber of Confess. The Moutgomery Rep resentatives has been "caught uappiug, as the Herald has it, in the matter of the iron pipes, and he may bo destined to e qual renown as a sleeping member Press. We claim for our representative in the last Congress, Hon. Wm. H. Dim mick, that distingui-bed characteristic, and we have no notion tbat Mr. Jones ot Montgomery slmll rob him ol hii superior 'claims to it. Mr. Uimuack was not only asleep to all the iuteresta of this sectiou of the commonwealt...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 August 1858

tS WE PiYLY ARTICLE K WITH IMMENSE HOME AKD EUROPEAN BEMASD. -The rcuson why, is thaL by Nature's own process it restores tlie natural color perma nently after 1 he hair becomes pray ; supplier tl?c natural fluids, and thus makes it grow on bald heads, removes all danruff, itching, and heat Iroin the scalp, quiets and tones up the nerves, and thus cures all nervous headache, and may be relied upon to cure all dicat-ct-if the scalp and hair; it will slop and keep it from falling off; makes it soft, glossy, health yand beautiful and if used by the young two or three times a week, it will never fall or become pray, then reader, read the following and judge lor yourselves: New York, Jan. 8, 1858. -Messrs. 0. J. Wood & Co., Gentlemen: Having heard a good deal n bout Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, and my hair being quite gray, I made up my mind to lay atide the prejudice which I, in com mon with a great many persons, hud against all manner of patent medicines, and a short time ago...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 September 1858

. - v -: Slcuotcb to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, ittoralitn, ani encral intelligence. VOL 18. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA, SEPTEMBER 9, 1858. NO. 38, Knblished bv Theodore Schoch. -TERMS. Twd dollars per nhnum in advance Two doljars and a quarter, half yearly anil it not paid bo tore thcrcnil of the year, Two dollars and u hair. No papers discontinued uniil all arrearages aie paid, excepl at the option of the Editor. fIO"Adverlcsetnenls of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $1 00. JJ.ictt additional inser lion'.'Sycents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB I'RIftHEftG;. iIIavjng a general assortment of .large, plain and or namental Type, we are prepared to execute every de scription of -; ' " Iards, Cirrulars, Bill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other Blanks, i'amphlcls. -Sic. prin ted With neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms atithis oiiice. 'You love another?' father. Listen, 'The child owes an obe- ( or felt, had nothin...

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