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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 February 1859

IT IS NOT TOO MUCH TO SAY SIXCE ALL, AFFIRM ITS TRUTH, Viz.' Professor Wood's Hair Restorative Will preserve infallibly the growth and rotor of the hair, if used two or three timcs a week, to any imaginable age. Perfectly, restore the gray, cover the bald with nature's own ornament, the hair; make it more soft and beautiful tlisiii any oil, and preserve the scalp free from all'disetisc to the greatest age. Statesmen, Judges, .Attorneys,Doctors, Cler gymen, Professional men and Gentlemen and Lndies of all classes, all over the world, bear testimony that we do not say loo much in its favor. Head the following, and judge: Hickory Grove, St. Charles Co. Mo. ) November 19, 1857. Prof. O. J. Wood Dear Sir : Some time Inst summer we were induced to use some of your Hair Restorative, and its effect were so wonderful, we feel it our duty to you and the afflicted, to report it. Our Jiltle son's head for some time had been perfectly covered with sores, and some called it scald head. The hair a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 February 1859

HDcuotci to politics, literature, Vgriculturc, Sricnct, HovaHti), anb encrai intelligence. HMMril lH JKIIII VOL 18. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY 10, 1S59. NO. 7. Published by Theodore Schocll. ture suited tohislastc, ere tbo Keports terms. Two dollars per annum in advance Two of Prices Current, the Stock Market, and Hollars and :i nn:irtir. hnlf vrailv niul if not n:iid ho- ' 7 tore the end of Uic year, Two dollars and a Imlf. an OCCasioncl budgotof political U0WB, which together with the contents of his Day Book and ""Ledger, furnish him with quite enough in the literary line. In the sciences, too, he is equally prac- No tinners di-tcnniimird until all arrearages ate raid. except allliic option of the Editor. lO'Advcrliscmenls of one square (ten lines) or less, .brie or three insertions, SI 00. Each addiiion.il inscr ' tlen. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. i'RITIiG. jllavins a general assortment of large, plain and or hntiicntnl Type, c are prepared to execute ever...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 February 1859

''Eh bicn, I sail bo excessively bclight veu zat day sail arrive. My iustrumc-uts ru all ready for zo ball extract, ze eve-r3'-sn6t" cried the doctor, rolliug up his sleeves. 'The sooner we're away, and at work i mankiu' eooithin', tho bettor I'll be pleased," said Mr. Dooiittle. "They do fay there's a powerful sight o' transport ii ud the like a cros-iu' over, and their cargoes must be worth a mint o' money to our government folks just now, when powdfr, and lead, and sbootin-tools are to scarce!'' "We will sail as soon an elb tide mnkoa in the morning, sir," said the cap tain. "See that everything ii ready for pea, below auu aloft. ' "Ay, ay,hir this is the best nowa that I vc heard tu a coou's ajel And the men arc juj-t as impatient as I am." "It ii well; I look to you to see that all thing are ready, I uhall now go on ."horo with Mr. Cringle to receive his last orders. Send a bout for me at ten to night, prcci-cly." "Ay, ay, 4irl" replied the officer. "Can I do anything for you o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 February 1859

.- - l)c cffcmniicut. HTLRSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1859. EST We have received the first number of a new literary paper started in New York by Frank. Leslie. From the Specimen sent in, wo should predict for it an extensive circulation. It contains ex citing talcs, Etartliug adventures, fine pdctns,and humorous audi aughter-provo-king sketches; all furnished by tho most popular writers, and well illustrated by numerous engravings. The paper is fur nished to single (subscribers at the low rate of $2 per year, or to a elub of ten, with extra copy, 15. Subscriptions re ceived for six months. We would advise nil our readers to subscribe at once. Ad dress. Frank Leslie, No. 13 Frankfort St., New York. A very respectable and appreciative audience was in attendance on Monday evcuing, to hear Judge Porter's lecture on "Northampton and its people." Tho Judgo acquitted himself in fine style, and related numerous anecdotes illustrative of ancient times, in his usual felicitous man ner. The audieneo di...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 February 1859

1S59 Ribbons and RIBBONS! EIBBOffS!! HIBBOKS!!! To Merchants, Milltriers, Jobbers, Dealers in liibbons, Millinery Goods, and Cash buyers in all sections of the Country The Cash Ribbon House, 115 Chambers Street, New York, 3 NO. FARRELL. ESTABLISHED 1858. Wo have originated a new' principle o new icrn in I lie Ribbon Trade, whereby we make this business plain, simple, and staple ns that ul brown sheetings. AVE SELL FOR CASIl! WE BUY FOR CASH. We are e.itii-fied with 5 per cent profit. Ask no Second Price. Have all our good. niarked in plain figures, so that man, woman and child "buy alike," and receive the same ralne lor-their money. Our prices for best Taffeta Ribbons, all colors," are No. i 12 rts per piece, No. 4 33 J- cts. per piece, H 15 44 " G 67 J ' " 2 Ui 44 " 44 9 h?' ' 44 3 i 44 44 44 12 1071 No. 10 $l,47f per piece. WE OFFER FANCY RUlHONSr'ALL TYLES.' 'ALL UOJ.OKS.' 4A1.L QUALITIES,' AT PRICES DEFYING COMPETITION, AND FOR CASIf" ONLY. Our 'Establishment is the centre of at...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 February 1859

Sew tel. to poiitic0, literature, Agriculture, Sncuce, iHoralUu," aiti encral 3utclligcncc. VOL JS. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY 17, 1859. N0r8, &180 POPULAR TRADE 159 IN Ribbons and Millinery Goods, ilBBOUS! RIBEOffS!! HIBBONS ! ! ! To Merchants, Milliners, Jobbers, Dealers - in Ribbons, Millinery Goods, and Cash buyers in all sections of the Country. . 4 The Cash Ribbon House, ' " 115 Chambers Strrcl, New York, JNO. PARRELL. ESTABLISHED 1S53. Wo have originated a new principle a hew era in t lie Ribbon Trade, whereby wc make this business plain, simple, and staple os that of brown sheetings. "WE SELL FOR CASIl! YVE BUY TOR CASIl! Wc are satisfied with 5 per cent profit. Ask no Second Price. Have nil our goods 'marked in plain figures, so that man, woman nd child "buy. ulikc," and receive the same value for their money. Our prices for best Taffeta Ribbons, all colors, are No. 1 12 cts per piece, No. 4 35J cts. per piece, ' 11 I j " "'6 57i " " V 2 211- " 9 " " V No....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 February 1859

a Sl)C Jcffcrsoninn. THTTESDAY, FEBRUAKY 17, 1859. Notice. Tho second leoture of tho Philomatbearj Society was given last Tuesday evenin to large audience, by Robert P. Allen, of Willi-auisport, Pa. Tho remainder of the course will bo delivered by the following gentlemen. Feb. 21 Rev. Geo. W. Maolaugblin, of Stroudaburg. Subject "Love of Truth." Feb. 28 lion. George R. Barrett of Mauch Chunk. Subject March 11 Rev. Pennel Coombe, of Philadelphia. Subject-"Man and hid relations." March 15 Col. JohD W. Forney, of Philadelphia. Subject "American Statesmen." Tickets for the Course, 50 cents- Sin gle Tickets, 15 cents. JJpWe will publish an Essay on Cap ital PunishmeDt, in our next issue, by Jackson Lantx, ono of tho members of the Pbilowathoan Society. 5- The last week's Democrat contains a call for a meeting.to be held at the Court House, on Monday evening of Court week, Feb. 28th, to take into consideration the propriety of petitioning the Legislature for the passage of an act to enact...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 February 1859

STEAIGHTFOEWARDNESS IN BUSI NESS. Tt is the received opoinion, that men find straightforwardness the best for bus iness. It is thus that Wood, Eddy & Co., the successors of Swan & Co., of Augusta, Ga., and Gregory & Maury, of "Wilmington, Dclawurc, have secured their respect in public confidence. Their es tablished lottery institution has been for many years in cxistcuce, and during the hole time their straightforward manner of doing business has put money into their own purses and fortunes into th pockets of those who have had dealings with them. 1 heirs is a legalized lottery, and their prizes arc immediately paid on Uemaud. By fonvardiugSlO, $5, or 82 to cither address you will stand a chance bf winuirig in return, the whole, half or Quarter of their maguificcBt prizes. From the ALTON (111.) COURIER. .Wof. Wood's B2;iir -ItostorjKive. We cannot loo. earnestly recommend to iho attention of our aged friends, or oth ers who have been no unfortunate as to lose their hair,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 February 1859

MONROE COUNTY jr;irsnl Fire Insurance Ccnsp'3' rrnhc rate of Insurance is one dollar on the thousand dollars insured, after irlufh nnvnimit. no subsenucnt tax will n ivu jy J v " he levied, except to cover actual loss or tlamagc by Tire, that may tall upon nieni hers of the company. The nclt profits arising .from interest or otherwise, will be ascertained 3reari', for which each member in proportion to his, her, or their deposit, will have a credit in the company. Each insurer in or with the said company .will be a mem bcr thereof during tho.tenu of his or her nolicv. The principle of Mutual Insur ance has been thoroughly tested has been tried by the unerring test of experi ence, and has proved successful and be come very popular. It affords the great est security against loss or damage by fire, on the jnost advantageous, ana rea sonablc terms. Applications ior Insurance to 'be made in. person, or byictters auaresseato. .W'xM. K., RAXiihAXV? Secretary MANAGERS. J. Dcpuo "Labar, Jaco...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 February 1859

Hkuotcit to IDoIitics, ftitttatwxt, Agriculture, Schwa, MXoxal anil ntcral StatclHgtnck VOL 18. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY 24, 1859. NO. J). Published by Theodore SchoeL terms. Two doiiars per annum in advance Two 'Jo'llarS and a quarter, half yearly mid if not paid be - fore the end ofthc rear, Two dollars and iilmir. Nit nancrs discontinued until all arrcaraccs aic paid. fexceplai the option of the Editor. .IH7 Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, 6ne or three insertions, SI 00. Each additional inser tion, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING. ifavinc a general assortment of larce, plain and or KriptSo?110'" arcPrci"rcd to execute cvcrj'Uci origill in a semi-barbaric people, and was gSTOI? m.'R'SSWK'm, J instituted because of its necessity in or- frirds, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, ninnk Receipts, der to Compel obedience to the ordinan jlusticcs, Legal and other lllanks, Pamphlets, fee, prin- r ted with neatness and despatch, on roasoiuhlc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 February 1859

SIjc JfcfFcvsoninn. "THURSDAY, I2iIY2M859. Washington's Birth Day. The Stroudsburg Cornet Baud turned outlast Tuesday, iu honor of Washing ton's Birth Bay, and made a One appear anoc. Up Error. In our report of the Monroe County Teacher's Association last week, wc stated that the uext place of meeting was Tannersville. Thisis.au error. The report should read T'cnncrs- vik." Changs. The meeting at the Court House to take into consideration the propriety of electing a Poor House, which was an nounced in our last, to occur on Monday Bight next, will be postponed to Tuesday night, on account of the fourth Lecture of the course, which is to be delivered ou Monday night, by the lion. Geo. It. Bar ret. This will give an opportunity for all to attend. The lecture on Monday Evening lat, de livered by the Rev. Geo. W. Maclaughlin, of this Borough, was well attended, con 5dering the State of the weather. The rcverned gentleman's subject; ''Tho Love of Truth," was ably handled, and the dis cour...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 February 1859

STROUDSBURG ACADEMY. STEPHEN" HOLMES, Jr.. Principal This Institution will rc-open on Mon day, January 24, 1659. TERMS. Common English Branches, $3.00 Higher English, 4.00 Languages. 5.00 No deduction mado for absence unless in case of protracted sickness. For further information or for admis sion apply to, or address the Principal, Btroudaburg, ra. NOTICE. The undersigned having purchas- ed the right for Monroe County, to manufacture and sell Mess. Apple man &. Bobbins' patent Composition Gum Oils, jfj for painting purposes, hereby offer , Ef5 them for sale at fifty per cent, below linseed oil prices-. The article has been iti "use for the last three years and has stood the test of experience. Certificates can be seen at the Store, irom some of the best practical builders and painters in the country. Also specimens of me .panning. jlo wneei rights. Carpenters, and Cabinet Makers it will be an indispen sable article. Shop or Town ship rights sold upon reasonable .terms. WM. HOLL...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 February 1859

MONROE COUNTY 171 11 in a 1 Fire Insurance Contp'y rjgMic rate of Insurance is one dollar on the thousand dollars insured, after which payment no subsequent tax will be levied, .except to cover actual loss or damage I) fire, that may fall upon mem bers oi the company. The nctt profits arising from intercs or otherwise, -will be ascertained yearly for -which each member in proportion to his, her, or their deposit, will have a credit m the company. Lach insurer in or with the said company will be a mem ber thereof during the term of his or her policy. The principle of Mutual Iusur ance has been thoroughly tested has been tried by the unerring test of expcri euce, and has proved successful and be come very popular. It affords the great est security against loss or damage by lire, on the most advantageous and rea sonable terms. Applications for Insurance to be made m person, or by letters addressed to Vm. Ki IIAviiiAND, Sccrctaiij. MANAGERS. J. Dcpue Labar, Jacob Knccbt, Richard S. Stap...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 March 1859

Scuotcir to politics, literature, Agriculture, S(uxut, itloralitg, au& e-ueral intelligent. VOL 13. STROUDSBUKG, MONK OE COUNTY, PA. MARCH 3, 5859, NO. 10. Published by Theodore 'Scliocb. TERMS.To dollars per iihmim in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and il" not paid be fore the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued Until all arrearages aic paid, except hi the option of the Editor. rCAdvertisements of one smiare ften linesl or If. .one or three insertions, J.I 00. Each additional inser iori, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. RETIREMENT OF JOSHUA R. GID DINGS FROM CONGRESS. Millard Fillmore, Francis Grander, Rob- JOB PKIIVTIiVG. llavins a general assortment or large, plain and or namentu! Type, we arc prepared to execute every de scription of , : -SPASMS' mEmT8Mn Cauls, Circulars, Hill Heads. Notes, filank Receipts, justices. Legal and olher ttlanks Pamphlets, ..'prin ted with neatnois and despatch, on roasoiiahle tenns nt thu ofUcc. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 March 1859

tercd his sledge, and then drove to the barraoks in the Khitagorod, whero he inquired for a young friend named Orsa, a lieutenant of the guard. The officer was quickly fouud, aud as he met Ruric his salutation was warm and cordial. After the first friendly greetings hi.d pas cd, Jlurio remarked, ' I may have a meet ing with Conrad Count Dauiouoff. He has sought a quarrel insulted me most gros.sly aimed a blow at my bead and I knocked him down. You can judge a well as I what the result mast be." "Moat eurely ho will challenge you," cried the officer, excitedly. "So I think," returned Ruric, calmly. "And now will you serve uic in the c vent?" "With pleasure." And thereupon Ruric related all that had occurred at the time of the Count'u visit to his shop, aud then took his leave. lie reached home just as his mother was spreading the board for dinner. lie often went away on business, and she thought not of asking hira any questions On qucetioaing Paul, in the shop, in the afternoon, Ruri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 March 1859

MASON TOOK, Glazier, and Paper liasiger, Will attend to, nnd promptly execute, ail orders with which he may be favored. From his long experience in the various branches bf his business, he feels confident of render ing entire satisfaction in his work. He may be found at his shop, on Sarah street, nearly opposite the residence of Hon. M. H. Dreher, Stroudsburg, Pa. Patronage respectfully solicited. February 17, 1859. ly. YOUTH AND MANHOOD. Just Published, the 25th thousand. and mailed in a sealed envelope, to any address, post paid, on receipt of three stamps. -4 Medical Essay on the Physical Exhaslion and decay of the Frame, caused by" self abuse" injection, and the injurious conse quences of Mercury. By R. J. Cttlverivell, M. D , member of the Royal College of Surgeons, eje K'ispermatorrhoea or Spminal Emissions, Ceuital and Nervous Debility, hnpotenry. Loss of Energy, Depression of Spirits. Tim idity, .Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and Impediments to Marriage, ate promptly and ef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 March 1859

STROUDSBURG AC1DEMY. STEPHEN" HOLMES, Jr.. Principal This Institution will re-open on Mon day, January 24, 1859. TERMS. Common English Branches, $3.00 TTJ .Jir Enolisb. 4.00 o Languages. &.00 No deduction mado for absence unless in ca-e of protracted sickness. For further information or for adrni pion apply to, or addrees the Principal, Stroudsburg, Pa. NOTICE. Tlc undersigned having purchas ed the right for Monroe County, to manufacture and sell Mess. Apple- man & Robbina' patent Composition Gum Oils Art for painting purposes, hereby offer lass 3l lagU them lor sale at Jijiy per ccm. inseed oil prices. The article has ueen in t 11... use for the last three years and lias sioou mc tpst of exnenence. Lertmcaies can TT be seen at the Store, from some of SgHNi.P best oractical builders and tinintPrfi inlhe country. Also specimens of me paiimiiK- j-" "-- rights, Carpenters, and Cabinet . - . Ml t " 1 1 iuakers it win oe an inuispeu sable article. Shop or Town ship rights sold up...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 March 1859

3. Wcvotclt to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoraiitu, emit eueral intelligence. VOL 18. STROUDSBUKG, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. MARCH 10, 1359. NO. 1L 9 Er?F'7T?V?2?W:rV I4im . Ihr-iA-i i. .' .A V t . V - - jmu . I . -IJ"- V V kA - . - ' 1 m Published bv Theodore ScIlOch. all thought of care. Suddenly Nell May terms.Two dollars ncr annum in advanced-Two ! wood. remembered tho Jittle odd ncure 'Ob, I've and dia TERMS.Two dollars per annum in ndvancc-Tvvo i WOOa.rememoered MO Jlttlo odi ttollarsand a quarter, half yearly and If not pnid be J and rilnnnintr her hnnrlq flrirri fore the end of (he year, Two dollars and a Imlf. j aDU 0 nPP,ng heT Hands, cried, No papers discontinued until all arrearages uic paid, Something to show JOU, girls, a exceplattlie option of the Editor. I..... a ICAdvcrliscmcnts of one square tten lines) or less. ,otic or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional inser tion, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. , . iois printing. Having a general assortmen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 March 1859

&l)c Scffcrsonian. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1859. Tho Rev. Geo. W. Maclaugblin will deliver bis lecture on tbo "Love of of Truth' in the Presbyterian Churcb, Middle Smithfield, on Wednesday eve ning next. IpThe 5th U-cture connected with the Stroudsburg Philomatbean Society, will be delivered on Friday evening next by llev. P. Coombc, of Philadelphia. Subject "Man and his Relations." A fine theme and well worth public attcn tion. fSTMr. R. G. Hunt is paying tbr market price, in cash, for Wheat Rye, Corn and Oats, at tho Stroudsburg De pot. Those having the article for sale now have an opportunity of getting the money for it. $2?" We will publish next week, an Essay on " Cuba and its annexation to tho United States," by a member of the Philomatbean Society. Cuba and her resources are dwelt upon at length, and the impropriety of her annexation to us, is discussed iu various points of view. SSF Freeh shad were Bold at Harris- burg, says tbe Telegraph, on tho 2nd inst., for four and five...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 March 1859

1 A Case 6f Amalgamation. It is our painful duty to record one of the most humiliating occurrences known to a christian community tho marriage of a white girl to a nero. The negro's name is John Sophia, who has for some 3 cars lived iu the family of Mr. Joseph E. whiting, a wagon maker, in tho village of Hartford, this couuty. He is a quadroon, aged about 22 years Tho name of the victim in this disgusting transaction, is Amelia Tiogloy, daughter ofiur. Iruman Imgley, who resides in Hartford township, some three miles from the village, and about a mile from the University. Her age is sixteen years. Somo months since, the girl lived for a time with a family near Mr. . Whiting's, and during this period the plot was con cocted, which has had so terrible a ter mination. Her father learning that she was being taught to associate familiarly with the negro, took her home at once, fcnd, to shield her and her friends from disgrace, it was kept secret; and here for the time, the matter ended. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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