The Jeffersonian. (Stroudsburg, Pa.) 1853-1911, May 19, 1853, Image 3

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    tfrs. Howard, of Napoleon Note
rietvt The following extract of a, letter from a
Baltimore Correspondent of the New Or
leans Crcscnt, gives some interesting par
ticulars of this celebrated woman :
" The late marriage of the Emperor of
Prance, and the putting away of Mrs.
Howard, as she is called the former, mis
tress, has a peculiar interest here. This
Mrs. Howard, is the daughter of a dis
tinguished family in this city, but has
long been considered by them as dead.
When young she was distinguished for
her beauty aud wit, as well as her extra
ordinary amorous piopensitics. She went
to England, was introduced into the high
est society there by a daughter of a Ma
ryland famipy, who i9 now one of the
brightest ornaments of the British nobili
ty. There she was married to a titled
gentleman, and after committing a nuin
ber of indiscretious, aud giving her friends
an infinite degree of trouble and anxiety,
finally irretrievably disgraced herself by
eloping with a gay young officer. After
being in succession the mistress of sever
al noblemen, she attached herself to Lou
is Napoleon, with whom she has remain
ed a number of years. A real affection
is said to have existed between them, sev
eral children having been the fruit of their
connection, ller banishment to England,
and her rumored abstraction of impor
tant secret papers from the Emperor's
private apartment, is the last phase in
lier eventful life. After her fall, finding
flier reclamation impossible, her friends
here announced her dead, and even went
through the ceremony of interring her
supposed remains in Greenmount Ceme
tery, and to them she is, to all intents,
morlt'Hy, if not physically dead.
Thousands of Parents who use Verinifiiffe
composed of Castor Oil, Calomel, &c, are
not aware, that while they appear to benefit
"the patient, they are actually laying the foun
pations for a series of diseases, such assaliva
"tion, loss of sight, weakness, of limbs, &c.
In another column will be found theadver
tisement of Ilobensack's Medicines, to which
"we ask the attention of all directlv interested
in their own as well aG their Children's
health. In Liver Complaints and all disordes
arising from those of a bilious type, should make
use of the only genuine medicine, Hobensack's
Liver I'll Is.
Cj,lBe not deceived" but ask for lloben-
sacks' Worm Syrup and Liver Pills, and ob
serve that each has the signature of the Pro
prietor, J. N IlOBEXSACK, as none else
are genuine.
On the 14th inst. by the Rev. J. P
Boone, Mr. George Tocker and Miss So
phia Marsh, both of Monroe County.
In Stroudsburg, on the 15th inst., after
a lingering illness, Mr. Jiidlcmau Gordon,
-aged 42 years and 7 days.
pfcTOTICE is hereby given to all legatees
and other persons interested in the
estates of the respective decedents and mi
nors, that the administration accounts of
the following estates have been filed in
the office of the Register of Monroe coun
ty, and ivill be presented for confirmation
and allowance to the Orphans' Court to
be held at Stroudsburg, in and for the a-
foresaid county, on Monday, the 23d day
of May, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
The first account of George G. Hawk,
Administrator of the estate of George
Hawk, Senior, late of Polk township, de
ceased. The first account of George W. Kint
ner, Administrator of the estate of Con
rad Kintner, late of Middle Smithfield
township, deceased.
The first account of Abraham Sniffer,
Administrator of the estate of John Snif
fer, late of Tobyhanna township, de
ceased. The account of John Correll, Adminis
tor of the estate of Philip Correll, late of
Ross township, deceased.
The account of Eli as Bonser, Admin
istrator of the estate of William Bonser,
late of Chesnuthill township, deceased.
The account of Rudolph Weiss, Admin
istrator of Henry Weiss, late of Chesnut
hill township, deceased.
The first and final account of Jacob
Williams, Administrator of the estate of
Sarah Shafcr, late of Hamilton township,
SAMUEL REES, jr., Register.
Register's office Stroudsburg,
" April 28, 1853
The undersigned has just opened at his
old stand in the lower end of the Borough
of Stroudsburg, Monroe county, a splen
did assortment of
Candies of tire fittest flavors,
and made of the best materials, and of
the latest city styles; and for durability
and finish cannot be excelled. Dealers
and others are respectfully invited to ex
amine his stock before purchasing else
where. His Candies will be sold at Eas-
ton Prices. He hopes by strict attention
to business to merit the patronage of
dealers generally throughout the County.
Orders from a distance attended to at
fXio shortes notice.
R. Also a good stock of BooiC
,nd Shoes of his own iUanulactory, on
fhand and for sale cheap.
.Stroudsburg, April 14, 1853. ly.
llrodhcad fc Roberts,
f i.Boois, Shoes & Straw Goods,
Xo. 135 Korth Third Street,
April 14, l853.-3m
Attorney tit Law,
0ffice an Elizabeth street, .formerly oc
cupied by-,Wm. Davis, Esq.
Aay8,JSoJL .
List of persons drawn'to serve as Grand
Jurors, for the May Session.
Chesnuthill Philip Kresgej Charles D.
Coolbauuh Jesse Weiss.
M. Smithfield Itudolphus Smithj Jonas
Hanna, Benjamin C. Strunk.
Smithfield Joseph V. Wilson.
Stroud William Starner, YVrm P. Stone,
Daniel Keller, Francis J. Smith, Elijah Shook.
Joseph W. Drake, Henry D. Bush, Wayne
Hamilton Charles Drake, John Miller,
Andrew Woodling.
Tobyhanna Peter Bonser, Joseph Slubbs.
Pocono Reuben Miller.
Polk George Dotter.
Paradise George Bowman.
Jackson Jacob Doll.
Stroud J. II. Stroud, William P. Hallock,
Silas L. Drake, John Kautz, Sydenham Wal
ton, Aaron Crosdale.
M. Smithfield John Frutchey, sen., John
Hanna, Joseph Vanauken, George Peters.
Leonard L. Gortright.
Smithfield Henrv Moyer, Henry Brutz
man, Findley Bush, James Bell, Abraham
Neyhcart, Joseph Staples.
Hamilton William Hcany, Charles Sny
der. Andrew Keller. Win. Enirler, Jacob
Dennis, John Feathermanjun., Peter Shaw,
Amos Rouse, John A. Werkhiser, Joseph
Trach, John E. KirkhufF.
Chesnuthill James Kresge, James Smith,
John Hoodmaker. Lewis Socks. James Van-
Buskirk, John Kresge.
Pocono Jacob Bisbing.
Paradise Charles Henry, John Storm
Coolbaugh John Pope, Henry Whitesell,
John P. Dowling.
Tobyhanna Willam Ebach.
Price Jacob Besecker.
Ross Joseph Getz, William Neyhnrt
Eldred Henry Smith, jun., Phillip Drum-
Trial List for May Term, 1S53.
John Bowman and wife vs. John S. Van-
vlict, and Hannah Yanvliet, administrators
of Charrick Vanvleit, deceased.
Abraham Barry and wife vs. John S. Van
vliet and Hannah vanvliet, administrators ol
Charrick Vanvliet. deceased.
William Trainer vs. Jacob B. Tccl.
John Lander vs. Jacob Miller.
John Felker vs. Peter Woodling.
Executors of Godfrey Greensweig, deceased
vs. Jonas Greensweig.
William Clark vs. Peter Kemerer, Amos
Heller and Francis E. G rattan.
Philip Kresge and Jacob Correll vs. Charles
John Merwine vs. Joseph Keller.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at
the suggestion of Joseph Keifer, vs. Charles
II. Heaney, et al.
Joseph Huston vs. Charles Sluttcr.
Levi King vs. Jacob B. Teel.
Perry Sox, use of Phillip Huffsraith assign
ed to Jacob Shafer, vs. Jacob Van Buskirk.
In the matter of the distribution of the
proceeds of the real estate of James Hollins-
William A. Loner vs. Henrv Kintz and
Henry Deitrich.
George Everitt vs. John Chambers and
Mary, his wife.
In the mattor of the auditors report of the
distrbutionof the proceeds of the sale of the
real estate of Jacob B. Teel.
In the matter of the real estate of Joseph
Housei, Jr., deceased.
Charles S. Palmer vs. Wiiliam D.Brookes
and Reuben Harper.
Tolmie and Palmer, now to the use of
Palmer, vs. William D. Brookes.
Executors of Greensweig vs. Jonas Greens
weig. In the matter of the citation upon the ex
ecutors of Peter Fellener, deceased.
John Merwine vs. Joseph Keller.
Samuel Ward vs. William Bellis.
Joseph Greensweig, Burvivor of Godfrey
Greensweig, deceased, for the use of John
Merwine and William Walp, executors of
Godfrey Greensweig, deceased, vs. Jeseph
Jacob Dietrich vs. Peter Groner.
In the matter of the report of a road view
in M. Smithfield township.
In the view of the report of viewers to
vacate and relay a road in Middle Smithfield
In the matter of the report of viewers to
vacate and relay a road in Paradise town
In the matter of the report of reviewers
to review a road in Stroudsburg and Stroud
In the matter of the petition of Joseph
Getz and Peter Getz, administrators of Adam
Getz, deceased, for decree of specific per
formance of contract between said admnis
trators and John Smith,
Has permanently located him
pelf in Stroudsburg, and moved
his olHce next door to Dr. S:
Walton, and nearly opposite S. Melick's Jew
elry store, where he is fully prepared to treat
the natural teeth, and also to insert incorrupt
ible artificial teeth on pivot and plate, in tl
latest and most improved manner. Most per
sons know the danger and folly of trustirg
their work to the ignorant as well as tAe
traveling dentist. It matters not how mtch
experience a person may have, he is liable to
have some failures out of a number of cases,
and if the dentist at a distance, itisTre
quently put off until it is too late to save the
tooth or teeth as it may be, otherwise the in
convenience and trouble of going so far
Hence the necessity of obtaining theserjices
of a dentist near home. All work warranted.
April 23, 1853,
No. 78, IVoi-Uaamptoia SU'ce,
& MOOKE returns his thanks t) the
citizens of Easton, and the adjicent
country, for their liberal support diring
the last fourteen years, and would irform
them that he still keeps pace with the
fashions and improvements of the aje.
His ASSORTMENT is large and ft the
best quality no seconds or thirds yhich
he offers at the lowest possible living pri
for cash. ALSO on hand a generil as
sortment of Brittania and Stone Wiirc.
Easton, March 17, 1853. 1m.
Keoa'c 15. Kcllci'j.
No. 300 North Second Street,
14, 1853. 2m . -j
Jury List May Term,
" Sfi,000 REWARD. "
The above reward will be paid for the ap
prehension of any person who will pay that
Isaac II. Loder does not tell the cheapest
and beat Cabinet Furniture, at the Peoples" s
tf&fSSSf? Cabinet- Ware Rooms, (oppo-
r T.t . T- - .1
i k m Mr inv i k am ill inn
borough of Stroudsburg,) this
side of New York.
The undersigned, having purchased the
large and extensive Cabinet Ware Rooms
lately occupied hy Frederick Philips, would
respectfully inform the citizens of Strouds
burg and vicinity that he intends carrying on
the Cabinet making business in all its various
branches and is now prepared to receive or
ders and attend to all calls for'every thing
in hie line of business. The undersigned
will keep on hand and furnish to order
&ood and Handsome Furniture,
as cheap jis can be sold anywhere. The
following articles can be examined in his
Ware llooms:
Sofas, of various styles and patterns;
Sideboards, Secretaries, Wardrobes, Bu
reaux, of various pa terns.
Cupboards, of different kinds;
Card, Center, Side, Breakfast) and Dining
Wash Stands, Twist, Small and .Large
Etagore, What-Notes, Music Stands, Sofa
Tables, Tea Tables, Oval and Serpentine
Tables, Ghinese W hat-note, Fancy Wor
tables, Refreshment tables, Divans", and i
general assortment ol Lottago Furniture on
hand and made to order.
Or Varnishing and repairing done on shor
notice and on reasonable terms.
A handsome assortment of Gilt, Mahogany
and Walnut Looking Glass and Picture
frames, of every description, will be constant
ly kept on hand and made to order.
sjiS Ready-made Collins kept on banc;
vf-fo V-and made to order and in the best
style, at short notice. A hearse will also be
furnished when desired.
Lumber aijd country produce of all kind
taken in exchange for Cabinet Ware, Give
us a call before purchasing elsewhere. Re
member the place is opposite R. Boy'
Stroudsburg, March 124, 1S53.
naiever concerns me Happiness ano
health of a people is at all times of the most
valuable importance. 1 take it for granted
that every person will do all in their power
to save the lives of their children, and that
every person will endeavor to promote their
own health at all sacrifices. 1 feel it to be
my duty to solmenly assure you that worms
according to the opinion of ihe most cele
orated rnvsicians, are the primary causes
of a large majority of diseases to which
children tind adults are liable; if you have
an appetite continually chargeablo from one
kind of food to another, Bad Breath, Pain
in the Stomach, Picking at the Nose, Hard
ness and Fullness oj the Belley, Dry Cough.
Slow Fever, Pulse Irregular remember
that all these denote worms, and you should
at once apply the remedy:
Elobcusack's worm yrsip.
An article founded upon Scientific Princi
pies, compounded with purely vegetable sub
stances, being perfectly safe when taken, &
can be given to the most tender Infant with
decided beneficial effect, where Bowel Corn
plaints and Diarhaa have made them weak
and debilitated, the ionic properties of my
Worm byrup are such, that it stands with,
out an equal in the catalogue of medicines.
inching tone and strength to the Stomache
which makes it an Infallible remedy for
those afflicted with Despepsia, the aston
ishing cures performed by this byrup alter
fhisicians have failed, is the best evidence
of its superior efficacy over all others.
The Tape Worm !
This is the mosf difficult Worm to des
troy of all that infest the human system.
Itrows to an almost Indefinite length, be
coming so coiled and fastened in the Intes
tines and Stomach affecting the health so
sally as to cause St. itus Dance, Fils,&c.
thil those afflicted seldom if ever suspect
that it is Tape Worm hastening them to an
eerly grave. In order to destroy this Worm
a very energetic treatment must be pursued.
it would therefore be proper to take G or 8
o'my Liver Pills so as to remove all ob
s.ructions. that the Worm Syrup may aci
direct upon the Worm which must be taken
n doses of 2 lable spoon s full 3 times a
cay, these directions lollowed, have never
been known to fail in curing the most obsti
nate case of Tape Worm.
EIobo3isa;k's Liver PilSs.
No part of man is more liable to disease
an the Liver, it serving as a filterer to
purify the blood, or giving the proper secre
tion to the bile; so that any wrong action of
the Liver affects the other important parts
of the system, and results variously, in Liv
er Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c.
We should, therefore, watch every symptom
that might indicate a wrong action of the
Liver. These Pills being composed of
Roots nntii Plants furnished by nature to heal
the sick: Namely 1st, An Expectorant,
which augments the secretion from the Pul
monary mucus membrane, or promotes the
discharge of sfcreted matter. '2d, An Al
terative, which charges in some explicable
and insetisinle manner, the certain morbid
action of the system. 3d, A Tonic, which
gives tone and ttrength to the nervous sys
tem, renewing health and vigor to all parts,
of the body, -lib, A Cathartic, which acts
in perfect harmony with the other ingredi
ents, and operating on the Bowels, and ex
pelling the whole mass of corrupt and vitia
ted matter, and purifying the Blood, which
destroys disease and restores health.
T o IF e m :i ! e s .
You will find these Pills an invaluable
medicine in many complaints to which you
are subject. In obstructions either total or
partial, they have been found of inestimable
benefit, restoring their fractiontal arrange
merits to a healthy action, purifying the
blood and other fluids so effectually to put
to flight all complaints which may arise
from female irregularities, as head ache,
giddness, dimness of sight, pain, in the side,
back. &c.
None genuine unless signed J. N. IIo
bensack, all others being base imitations-
(UAsents wishing new supplies, and
Store Keepers willing to become" Agents
must address the Proprietor .7. P?. Hobensack
No 120 N. Second st., Phila., Pa.
Agent its Moin-oo County.
Dr. S. Stokes and R. Huston, Stroudsburg;
II. Peters, jr. & co. Marshals creek; Staples
& Shivley, Analomink; .). Bell, Kxperiment
Mills . Brodhead & Brq. Dutotsburg ; H. &
J. Kintz, Paradise ; J. Merwine, Merwines
burg; Daily & Tombler, ftffert; Edinger &
Marsh, Fennersville; Keller & Hoffman,
Kellersville; and alldealerslu drugsJLhrough-
out the county and btate
Pctr.a, fach 25 cents.
March fO, 155.
ESPECTFULLY inform the Mer
chants of Stroudsburg and vicinity,
that they have commenced the manufac
ture of
in the Borough of Stroudsburg, and will
keep constantly on hand a full supply,
which they offer for sale at as low rates
as can be had at any other establishment.
Call before purchasing elsewhere.
Stroudsburg, February 3, 1853.
What can be got for Fvc Dollars!!
The undersigned have entered into an ar
rangement by which they agree to furnish
the Knickerbocker Magazine, (monthly,) the
the Home Journal, (weekly,) and the Musi
cal World and Times, (weekly,) to new sub
scribers, at the very moderate price of five
dollars a 'year for the-three publications ; all
orders, enclosing that amount to Dyer & Wil
lis, will be promptly attended to.
Publisher of the Knickerbocker.
Publishers of the Home Journal.
Publishers of the Musical Word and Times,
57 Broadway, New York.
Grand Literary and Artistic Combination
Arrangements have been made to fnrnis
the Kmcki:imk)cki:r Maoa.ixi:, the Hon
Journal, and the Nr.w York Musica
World and Timi:s, to new subscribers, for
five dollars a yearl This is cheap literature
with a vengeance. The Knickerbocker is
83 per annum; ihe Homo Journal, 82; and
the Musical World and Times, S3; makin
S3 a year at the usual rates. That three
such works can be obtained for five dollars
year, is a fact truly worthy the Caloric age
winch is just now being ushered in. Of th
Knickerbocker Mrgazinc, edited by Lewi
Gaylord Clark, it is unnecessary to speak.
n . i .i
xor twenty years it nas Doen tne most gem
al, humorous, and spicy "monthly" in th
world; and the present volume will be better
than any which preceded it. The Home
Journal, edited by Geo, P. Ilorris, and N. 1
Willis, is well known as the best family
newspoper in America; and the Musica
World and Times, edited by Richard Storrs
Willis, with Lowell Mason, Geo. II. Curtis,
Thomas Hastings, Win. P. Bradbury, Geo
ii. Root, and other musical writers coutnbut
ing; and whioh gives, among other things, o
ver worth of music and a full course o
instruction in harmony annually, is the very
best musical journal ever published. These
three publications will post a family up iu re
gard to nearly everything wortu knowing;
Art, Sciecne, Literature; Music, Painting,
Sculpture; Inventions, Discoveries; Wit, Hu
mor, Fancy, Sentiment; the Newest Fash
ions and other attractions for Ladies; Choice
iew Music for the Sabbath, the Church, and
the 1' ireside; Reviews and Criticisms of Mus
ical Works, Performed and Performances; in
short; the very pick and cream of Novelty
Incident, Ilistorv, Biography, Art. Literature
and Science; including whatever can be giv
en in periodicals to promote Healthy Amuse
ment and Solid Instruction in the family,and
help to make it Better, Wiser, and happier,
may be now obtained for five dollars Ad
dress DYER & WILLIS, 257 Broadway.
fjLditors publishing the above three
times, and sending the papers containing it
to Dyer & Willis, will receive the three works
named, lot one year
The undersigned having lo
cated himself in the borough
W of Stroudsburg, at the old Sad
dle and Harness stand of Jas
N. Dtrrling, on Walnut street,
opposite the Washington Ho
tel, would inform the public
that he will keep constantly'
on hand a choice assortment ol
Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Carriage
Harness, Sulky and Lng Harness, learn
Harness, leather, cotton, aud toorsted
Flynels, Trunks, Valises, Carpet
bags, Curry-combs, Horse
cards and brushes,
and all other articles in his line of business,
which he will dispose of upon very reasona
ble terms.
Work made to order at the shortest notice,
His materials will be of the best quality.
and as he employs none but good workmen,
he hopes to receive a liberal share of public
His motto is "quick sales and small profits."
Call and see for vourselves.
Country produce taken in exchange for
work. W. C. LARZELIER.
Stroudsburg, March 17, 1S53.
N. B. Carriage trimmings for sale, and
Carriages trimmed to order.
Valuable Real Estate at
The Heirs of the Estate of Abr'm. Kautz,
deceased, offers at private sale, a FARM,
situate in Smithfield township, Monroe coun
ty, Pa. containing
127 ACRES,
75 of which is cleared land, in a high state of
cultivation, the remainder WOODLAND.
The above adjoins land of Henry Etlenberger,
Benjamin Custerd and others.
I he improvements are a
FfilAME MOUSE, fhllffL
2 stories high, 14 by IS, and a Log
House, 20 by 24, one and a halt stories high;
a shop 14 by Hi; a Barn and other necessary
out buildings. There is an excellent spring
of water near the dwellings. A young and
Apple Orchard, &2?i?
of choice fruit, and a number of other fciSw$$p'
ruit trees, such as pears, peaches, .IW.
cherries, &.c.
The above property is situated in a healthy
neighborhood, convenient to schools, mills,
and places of public worship. This property
s worthy the attention of capitalists. An
indisputable title will be given.
For further particulars apply to
JOHN KAUTZ, Stroudsburg, Pa. or to
HENRY KAUTZ, Martin's Creek, P. O.
Northampton Co. Pa.
$1000 A YEAR,
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February 17, 1853.
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By William Young, SI. O.
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or woman enter into the seciet obligations of
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for One Dollar. Address, (post paid.)
No. 152 Spruce st. Philadelphia.
February 17, 1853 ly.
MaersJ 3Laiul Warrants.
Bo a recent Act of Congress it is enacted.
rhat each of the surviving, or the widow or
minorchildrenof deceased commissioned and
noncommissioned officers, musicians, or pri
vates, whether of regulars, volunteers, rang
ers or militia, who performed milttary ser
vices in any regiment, company or detach
ment in the service of the Lnited States, in
he war with Great Btilian, declared bv the
United States on the. eighteenth day of June
1812, or in any of the Indian wars since 1790
and each of the commissioned officers who
vas engaged in the military service of the
lnited States in the late War with Mexico.
and shall be entitled to lands as follows :
Phose who engaged to serve twelve
months or during the war, and actually
served nine months, shall receive one hun
dred and sixtv acies: and those who engaged
to serve six months and actually served lour
months, shall receive eighty acres; and
those who engaged to serve for any or an
ndefinite period, and actually served one
month, shall receive forty acres. Provided.
that wherever anv otlicer or soldier was
lonorably discharged in consequence of dis
ability in the service, he shall receive the a
mount to which he would have been entitled
f he had served the full period for which he
puqengaged to serve.
Under the above act, and the acts of Con
gress generally, the subscriber offers his ser
vices as agent to procure band U arrants lor
those entitled to receive them, as above spe
cified. He may be found at his office in
Stroudsburg. S. C. BURNE 1 l.
October '27, 1850.
Nubian (Queen fjoicl,
Elizabeth st., Stuoudshuu'h, Pa.
The undersigned respectfully in
forms his friends and the public gener
ally, that he has taken thu above Hotel,
nown to the travelling community as'Shive-
y's Old Stand," and recently kept by Geo,
The house is large, with ever convenienca
or travellers and boarders.
The vards and stabling are extensive, and
every thing in the very best order lor the ac
comodation of travellers and others.
The oroonetor will use every ellorttohave
lis table, chambers, bar. and every depart-
. . . 1 .!
ment of his house comtucieu in surn a man
ner as to secure the approbation of his custo
mers. The Stage office for the Easton, M. Chunk,
Wilkes-Barre, While Haven and Providence
stages will hereafter be al the above Hotel.
ersons wishing to go or send with the a-
bove stages, will please leave their orders
at the Indian Queen Hotel.
These lines leave this Hotel , every Mon
i t r i l . I : . .
dav, Wednesday, ano. v riaay morning ui
Country Produce.
Butter, eg-gs, &o. taken in exchange for
an- goods iu my line of business.
oA M UEL Mh LI Ul .
L'jitlv pecrttotj at this Office.
writ su. o i sgv.y. ... .- - . .
liencfal A rrp.nt fr.r MnnroACO. tBttkeltme
' J - V .
Blake's Patent Fire-Pmf Etiif?
Which iri the way of Paint Isatjiflfett
; t . . . 'i;i-j
ro surpass in cneapness and uuri:ujany . .
thinir that has heretoiore been offefeatoufi'tf f
public. In no instance has it ever been-fcrrowrf
to crack,- cleave off, or toastc by 'iime". Tt- r-
siaestf-A insu wis on nanu a jargc anu?
t.t I I i : i r j-,tz-JT
well selected stock of
Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, &e
which have been purchased for cash andiiiauaf
be sohh
Stroudsburg, Jannary 13, 1853.
itt mm it mi,:
On Elizabeth street, one door below Win.
Dean's residence, Stroudsburg, Pa.
The subscriber having just com
pleted a laru rtnd splendid as-.
ol the lastesl Fall and
nsiuonsoi .riais cc uaps.
. i r ft . j ft
invites ihe attention of !ii3 old patrons and
the punlic "enerally to the largest stock ever
offered in Stroudsburg, consisting of Men's
moleskin, fur, silk and Kossuth hats of eve
ry price and quality. His stock of Caps
consists of silk plush, cloth, oil silk, oil lin
nen, atld velvet. Uoys hats and caps of
every description.
ILlMJies Itfsiff
A superior article on hand. Also, a large'
assortment of Hoots and Shoes of the latest
style and, of a superior quality.
Moroccos and Findings.
Dressed and undressed Morocoo, Kid and
French skins. Yellow, pink, blue and white1
linings, and binding skins. Prunello and
frongee; 13oot and shoe trees; Lasts of every
description, and a general assoitmenl of
findings. Also Cotton & silk urider-shiits.
N, 15 Thankful for past favors and de
sirous of a continuance of the same, he will
sell at the New-York and Easton prices.
November 11, 1852.
Boot dixit SIjoc
"T"? The subscriber respectfuly informs
f his customers and friends that ho has
"removed his Boot and Shoe Manufac
tory to the store room formerly occupied by
Joseph Sigman. in Northampton street, one
door above Hamilton street, and between
Mrs. E. H. Harmony's Millinery and Peter
Pomp's Drug Store.
He has just received a large! assortment
of Boots and Shoes, among which are Calf
Congress Boots, Enameled Congress BootSj
Calf Napoleon Boots. Patent Morocco Na
poleon Boots, lirogans, &c. for Getlemen
and Boys.
Also on hand a large assortment of Shoes
for Ladies and Misses. Women's fashion
ble Gaiters of every variety, made to order
at short notice. A large assortment of Chil
drens Shoes always on hand; GUM Shoes'
of all descriptions and kinds, which he is
The goods are manufactured of the best
materials and in the neatest and most fash
ionable manner. He employs none but the
best workmen about his establishment.
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
fore received, every etfort will be made to
merit a continuance of the same.-
Easton, September 1G, 1S52.
Cure of Consumpttohj
Lircr Complaint, Colds, Coughs, Asthma;
Bronchitis, and all Throat and Lung Com
plaints. I have published brief work on Consum
ption, which contains an invaluable recipe
for the cure of these prevalent diseases, even
in their worst stages, when friends and phy
sicians have given up all hope. The Lung
balsam prescribed in this work Ctircs without
the expensive aid of physicians or injurious
use of patent medicines. In adopting this Sys
tem oj' Cure the patient knows ichat he is us
ing knows that he is not shortenning his
pays by the use of anodynes or mercurials;
which may ceem to Relieve but never Cure,
lie knows when using tins Life sdving Bal
sam, that he is taking mild, pleasant, effica
cious remedies, such as Nttture prescribes
for the ills her children suffer. The ingredi
ents composing this Lung Balsam are obtain
able (cheaply too.) wherever consumption
exists, proving that Evert ill has its antidote t
Consumptive patients may Relion this receip.
(all Lung Complaints are removed by its
use) l'would not attach my name to it, had
I doubt of its efficacy. The directions for
preparing and using the Balsam are perfectly
plain. I prefer selling the Becipe to making
the Balsam, as it enables people to Make"
their own Medicine at a Trifling Cost. 1 ivil
impart the secret of making the Balsam, and
tho Family right to use it, for Si, but in ud
case will 1 sell it for speculating purposes.
Proof of its Goodness.
Jackson, Mich. March 31, 1851.
Doct. S.TOUSEY Sir: You wished rile
to let you know what effect your preparation
of Medicine for Consumption and other dis
eases had in my family. After the first teri
davs my wife ained in weight 3 lbs, relieved
her cough, changed her counterthnce, and all
appearances were better. My family would
not be willlnjj to do without it. It is a med
icine much needed in Jackson there is many
cases simular to my wife's. The Her Mr.
Blanchard will write you for a recipe, ftes
pectfully yours. O. F. POOL.
Address, post paid, (enclosing $1.) Dr. S.
TOUSKY, 100 Nassau street. New York.
The work goes by mail under seal.
October t, iSyl-Gm
STt The subscriber is now prepared tr
ifoJ exhibit to Merchants and Milliners hi
usual heavy stock of Ladies' aud Misses
Siu.iv and Silk ISonnels,
Straw Triiiimius and
Artificial Flowers 5
Palm-leaf, Panama and every variety f
unmacv Hats
for Gentlemen; which for extent, vaj"jr? ancj
beauty of manufacture, as weli as uniformly
cloee prices, will be found unrivaled.
No; -1 1 South Second street, PMled'ityhlis.
February 1853. 3m.
Wilt It,
Fifteen hands wanted to peel bark, to whom
liberal wages will be paid m cash. To com
mence operation as soon as the season will
admit of it. Each person must come provided
with the necessary tools.- Ap,ply to theundeW
signed 4 J&UESl DEmgg .
Stroudshurg, Marofi 31, l$5a.