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A hint for Housekeepers.
"While giving to the housekeepers
the advice jotted down while attending
io the very important matter of houso
t leaning, and the like arrangements, do
not omit to inform housekeepers that a
i v drops of carbonate of ammonia, in a
tmall quantity of warm rain water, will
jirovea safe and easy anti-acid, Sic, and
Avill change, if carofully applied, discol
ored spots upon our carpets, and indeed
all spots, whether produced by acids or
ilkalios. If one has the misfortune to
have a carpet injured by whitewash, this
will immediately restore it. Ohio Culti
Hints About Harness.
For several years past, we have adopt
il the following plan of treating carriage
harness, with so much comfort and suc
cess, that wo havo concluded to recom
mend it to you for working and carriage
The whole thing may be comprised in
a few words. With hot water, soap,
brushc?, and scrapers make your harness
perfectly clean. Nest saturate with oil;
lastly, a weather-proof elastic polish and
Tor your information, wc detail to you
how to go about accomplishing these rc--ults.
Select some afternoon with a pros
pect of a fair day following. Take your
harness and take it to pieces, as far as
uu can unbuckle it. Put them into a
t ub or barrel, and pour boiling soap suds
ver them, and let them stand all night.
In the morning, take a stiff brush, or
torn cobs, or something else of the same
ortj and with a smooth board in place of
i wash board, with fresh water and soap,
nib ihe coat of grease and dirt off each
ide of the leather. Sometimes it is ne-10-sary
to use a dull old knife to scrape
w'th. Pass each strap through a second
tlean water, and hang up on a lino, ex
l -ed to the sun. As soon as they begin
t j dry, begin to oil them. Neatsfoot oil
i i the best, but fish oil will do very well
Make a brush by rubbing some flannel
round a stick, and tying it with thread,
dip this in tho oil, and pass over both
hides. As it dries iu, go over them again
and again, until they will absorb no more
oil. Let them stay out over night.
Iu the morning, if they are all soft and
r liable, you may proceed to apply varnish
If not, put on more oil until they do get
ft and pliable.
The polish i3 made as follows : Tak a
a pint of fish or neatsfoot oil, add four
ounces of beeswax, four ounces clean beef
tallow, one ounce rosin, and one ounce of
lampblack; melt when melted, add a-1-
ut two table-spoonfuls of turpentine,
.aid with flannel cloths commence rubbing
lb-1 harness both sides, draw tho straps
1 1 1.1 ! rt i tT t
1'irougu anu turougu tuc nannci. me
polish must bo applied warm as the hands
in bear it. Let your harnoss hang ou
one nignt. xaKe warm water anu soap
and wash all tho black off, which wil
come off witb sponge or cloths. Hang
up, and in an hour or so, you can buckle
i jcthcr again, and it 13 fit for use. You
tull now have soft harness, with a dul
-hiny jet black surface which will keep
so for a whole year, if you put oil enough
on them to render them as soft as wool
. n cloth. They will retain this dull shi
ny black all summer, and mud will never
tay on long after it is dry.
Any person who will treat his harness
o once a year, will never regret the trou
If they need repairing cither do it your
""Ives, or have it done, before the ppring
work comes on. Ezclianac.
Gum Arabic Starch.
The fino gloss on new linen, short bo
pun;, &c., is made by the following re
cipe: Take two ounces of fine white gum
arabtc powder put it into a pitcher, and
pour on it a pint or more of boiling water,
according to the degree of stiffness you
desire, and then, having covered it, let it
6.t alt night, in the morning pour it
c arefully from the dregs into a clean hot
tic, cork it for use. A lablcspoonful of
paw water, stirred into a pint of starch
that has been made in the usual manner,
will give to lawns, cither white or printed
a look of newness when nothing else can
it store them after washing. It is also
ood if much diluted, for whito muslin
Growing Trees tkom Cuttings. A
French gentleman, named Delacroix, has
discovered a new mode of propagating
trees from cuttings, which has proved
Fuccessful for pears, apples, plums, apri
cots, &c., as well as for roses and other
plant3 that are tenacious of life. This
method is to bend the cutting in tho form
of a bow, and to put it into tho ground
at the two extremities, leaving only the
middle part exposed, and on a level witb
the surface of the ground. There must
at that point bo a good bud or shoot.
All other parts being protoctcd by the
earth from drying, give vigor to the bud,
which is soon transformed into leaves, by
which, in its turn, it draws from the at
mosphere the carbon necessary to the for
mation of the roots. The method of
planting is to form two ridges, and plac
ing the cutting acroas tho furrow between,
cover the ends with earth. Press it up
on them, and water freely. The cutting;
fciottki be of last year's growth.
W haiever concerns the happiness and
health of a people is al all times of the most
valuable importance. I 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 tcel it to be
my duty lo s'olmcnly assuic you that worms
according to the opinion of the mos't cele
brated Physicians, arc the primary causes
of a large majority of diseases to which
children and adults are liable; if you have
an appetite continually chargeable from one
kind of food to another, Had ilrcath, Pain
in the Stomach, Ticking :h the Nose, Hard
ness and Fullness ol the Uelley, Dry Cough,
blow i'evcr, raise Iircgular remember
that all thti.se denote worms, and you should
at once apply the remedy:
Hobcusack's worm Syrup.
An article founded upon Scientific Princi
pies, compounded with purely vegetable sub
stances, being perfectly safe when taken, .v
can be given to the most tender Infant with
decided beneficial elfcct, wheic Bowel Com
plaints and Diaruea have made them weak
and debilitated, the Tonic properties of my
Worm Syrup arc such, that it stands with,
out an equal in the catalogue of medicines,
in fjving tone and strength to the btomache
which makes it an Infallible remedy for
those alllictcd with Dcspcpsia, the aston
ishing cures performed by this Syrup altei
Physicians have failed, is the best evidence
of its superior efficacy over all others.
The Tape Worm !
This is the mosf difficult Worm to des
tfoy of all that infest the human system.
Itgrowstoan almost Indefinite length, be
coming so coiled and fastened in the lutes
lines and btnmach alicctiti" tlic Health so
sadly as to cause St. Vitus Dance, Fits,&c
that those "lllictcil seldom il ever suspect
that it is Tape Worm hastening them to an
early grave. In order to destroy this Worm
a very energciic treatment must he pursued
it would therefore he proper to take G or t.
of my Liver Pills so as to remove all ob
structions. that the W orm Syrup may aci
direct upon the Worm which must be taken
iu doses of i2 table spoon s full 3 times
day, these directions followed, nave never
been known to fall in curing the most obsti
nate case of Tapo Worm.
H5Ieiis;ir.Ii.s I,ivcr Pills.
No part of man is more liable to disease
nan the Liver, it serving as a filtcrcr to
purify the blood, or giving the proper sccrc-
lion to the bile; so that any wrong action ol
the Liver affects the other important parts
of the system, and results variously, in Liv
er Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c.
Wc should, therefore, watch every symptom
that might indicate a wrong action of the
Liver. These Tills being composed ol
Roots and Plants furnished by nature to heal
the sick: Namely 1st, An Expectorant.
which augments the secretion from the Pul
monary mucus mcmbiane, or promotes the
pischargc of si'crctcJ matter. 2d, An .-1
tcrativc, which charges in some explicable
and insensible manner, the certain morbid
action of th6 system. 3d, A Tonic, which
gives tone and Mrength 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 mas3 of corrupt and vitia
ted matter, and purifying the Blood, which
destroys disease a.iJ restores health.
To Females. j
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
ments lo a healthy action, purifying the
blood and other fluids so effectually to put
to flight all complaints which may arise
t'rom female irregularities, as head ache,
giddness, dimness of sight, pain in the side,
None genuine unless signed J. N. llo
bensack, all others being base imitations-
(tA gents wishing new supplies, and
Store Keepers wishing lo become Agents
must address the Proprietoi J. N. Ilobensacl;
No 120 N. Second st., Phila., Pa.
Agents in Monroe County.
Dr. S. Stokes and R. Huston, Stroudsburg;
II. Peters, jr. & co. Marshals creek; Staples
& Shivley, Analomink; J. Bell, Experiment
Mills . Brodhcad & Bro. Dutotsburg ; II. &
J. Kintz, Paradise ; J. Merwine, Mcnvincs
burg; Daily & Tombler. ElTert; Edinger &
.Marsh, Fcnnersvillc; Keller & Hoffman,
Kellcisvillc; and all dealers iu drugs through
out the county and fctate.
Price, each 25 cents.
March lO, 1353.
Cure of Consumption,
Liver Complaint, Colds, Coughs, Asthma,
Bronchitis, and all Throat and Lung Cum
I have published a brief work on Consum
puon, wnicti contains an invaluable recipe
lor the cure of these prevalent diseases, even
in tlicir worst stages, when friends and phy
sicians have given up all hope. The Lun.
balsam prescribed in this work Cures withou
inc. expensive aiu 01 physicians or injurious
use 01 patent medicines, iu adopting this Sys
tun of Cure the patient biotvs what he is us
ing knows that he is not shortenning his
payo by the use of anodynes or mercurials
which may seem lo Relieve but never Cure,
lie knows when using this Life saving Bal
sam, that he is taking mild, pleasant, eflica
cious remedies, such as Nature prcscrihct,
for the ills herchildrcn suffer. The ingredi-
ents composing this Lung Balsam are obtain
able (cheaply too,) wherever consumption
exists, proving that Eceni ill has its antidote
Consumptive patients may llclyon this recap
(an jjung Uomplaints are removed by its
use) lwould not attach my name to it, had
doubt ol its elhcacy. Ihe directions for
preparing and u&inir the Balsam are perfectly
plain. I prefer selling the Recipe to making
the Balsam, as it enables people to Make
their own Medicine at a Trifling Cost. 1 wil
imparl the secret of making the Balsam, and
the Family right lo use it, for $1, but in uo
case will 1 sell it for speculating purposes.
Proof of its Goodness.
Jackson, Mich. March 21, 1851.
Docl. S.TOUSEY Sir: You wished me
to let you know what effect your preparation
of Medicine for Consumption and other dis
eases had in my family. After the first ten
days my wife gained iu weight 3 lbs, relieved
ler cough, changed her countenance, and al'
appearances were better. My family would
not be willing to do without it. It is a med
icine much needed in Jackson there is many
cases sintular to my wife's. The Rev Mr.
Blanchard will writo you for a recipe. Res
pectfully yours. O. Y. POOL.
Address, post paid, (enclosing $1.) Dr. S.
TOIJSEY, 106 Nassau street, New York.
1 he work aoes by matt cfndsr seal.
Ouobet 7, 1551 -6m
StroiKUInirjr ami Kaston
Fort Jervis, Mauch Chunch and Scranton
The Stroudsburg and Easton
mail line of stages, consists of excellent four
horse coaches, and leaves J. J. Postens' In
dian Queen Hotel, Stroudsburg, Pa. every
day except Sundays) at 7 o'clock a. m. ar
riving in Easton before the departure of iIip
cars for New York, or stages to Bethlehem
05s The following lines leaves Postens'
Indian Queen Hotel, Stroudsburg, Pa. every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning
Mi alternate days:
A line to Port Jervis, leaving
at 7 o'clock a. iM. via Bushkill, Dingman's
Choice and Milford. Returning, leaves Pori
Jervis immediately after the arrival of the
morning train of cars to New York, at about
8 o'clock a. M.
Aline to Mauch Chunk, leaving
at 7 o'clock a. m. via Brodheadsville, where
it connects with lii.es lo Wi!kes-Baie and
A line to Scranton, leaving at
1 o'clock a. m. via Bartonsvillo, Tarmers
vlllc, where it connects with a line to Hones
dale, and connecting at Scranton with the
cars for the west.
These lines hold out strong inducements
to the traveling public passing through sec
lions of the country which arc ns magnifi
cent and picturesquo as any in the Union.
Having provided themselves with excel
ccllcnt coaches, good horses, and careful
drivers, they feel confident thai they will he
enabled to give entire satisfaction to all who
will patronize them.
STOUFFER & OSTRANDER,
August 19, 1852. Proprietors.
The testimony iu its favor is ovcr
whc'niing. The proprietors arc dai:y in
receipt of letters and ccrtifiicatcs, going
to prove its remarkable clhcicncy to al
cases of worms, both m childrc'n and a
du ts. Thcrc"ief given, and the immedi
ate improvement of health which follows
its use, has called the attention of physic
cians to this artic'e, and they freely rc
commend & prescribe it in their practice.
1 he retail price is 2o ccjUs ?cr vial icla-li
brinss it icilhin the means of all.
Brooklyn, L. I. January 10, 1817
I do certify that I gave one bottle o
B. A.Fahncstock's Yirniifugc to 1113' child
and in seven hours it passed 23 large
worms. Any person doubting this may
apph for further information at my resi
deuce corner of York and Jackson st's.
rouphhecpsic, N. Y. March 2, 1844
I certify, that I took two vials of B. A
Fahuestock's Yirmifuge, which I found
to be the greatest cure for worms I have
ever used. I have been troubled with
tape worms for a number of years, and I
ivc never louutl so good a medicine as
B. A. Fancstock's Virmifugc. I there
fore recommend it.
MARTHA C 1,1 FT.
The public is cautioned against coun-
torfeits and spurious articles, and to put
no confidence in statements that ' Kolni
stock's,' and S. Fahuestock's Virmifugc,
are the same or as good as the only gen
uine article, which is J3- A. Fahncstockh
For sale in Stroudsburg, by T. Schoch
Stroudsburs Jewelry Stoax.
The subscriber hav
ing purchased the entire
stock of Clocks, Watch
cs, Jewelry, Ac. of'John
II. Melick, intends car
rying on the Watch Ma
king and Jewelry busi
ness in all its various lorms, and m a man
ncr, he trusts, that will give the most entire
satisfaction, not only to himself but to those
trusting the above mentioned articles with
him to be repaired. Ho has renewed his
stock by recent purchases in the city of New
York, which, together with his former stock,
makes his assortment al this timo one ol the
most splendid ever beforo offered in Strouds
burg; among which may bo found all the la
test fashions in the structure and embellish
ment of dress Jewelry, viz: Breast Pins, Ear
Rings, Finger Rings, Cold Lockets, Snaps,
Bracelets, Slides, Silver Spoons, Butter
Knives, and Brittania Ware, together with a
large assortment of Gold and Silver Watch
es, Clocks, Perfumery , eye, together with
all the articles that can be found iu any es
tablishmcni of the kind.
Being an important as well as a skillful part
of his business, he Hatters himself he can
give as general satisfaction lo his customers
and the public as can be done by any one,
as no intends to keep none but the best work
men in his employ ; and feeling confident
that all shall have entire satisfaction done
them, heinteuds to devote his whole lime and
attention to that important branch of his
Anything in his line that he may not have
on hand, will be promptly procured from the
city, by calling on the subscriber at his shop,
on Elizabeth street, two doors west of J. II.
Melick's old stand.
Stroudsburg, May G, 1852.
WATERMAN 61 OSBOURN,
N.W. Comer Second and Muliervy Streets,
OFFER FOll SALE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
At the Lowest
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lhose commencing New" Stores are par
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05 Attention given to Produce. .
Philadelphia. Jamiary 27, l85;j.m.' .
To whom il may concern To the intelligent
the thoughtful, the philanthropic. Your al
tcntton is respectfully invited io a new, or
iginal, peculiar, and important work, of
480 pages 18 mo., and containing nearly
one hundred engravings, and entitled,
BY T. h. NICHOLS, M. D.
"ORINCIPAL of the American Dydropath
J. ic. Institute, Uducalional and I nera
peutical, al Portchester, N. Y., one hour's
idstance from JNew York city on the iev
York and New Haven Railroad. A com
prehensive and confidential Treatise on the
Structure, Functions, Passional Attractions
and Perversions, True and raise Physica
nd Social Conditions, and tho most inti
mate Relations of Men and Women,
The title, Esoteric Anthropology, wil
seem strange to many, but it is thoroughly
appropriate. Anthropology is from Anthro
pos. a man, and Logos, a description. Eso
teric, from Eso, within, signifies private, se
crct, interior, and was used by the ancient
philosophers to distinguish their private
lectures, given in the interiors of thei
dwellings, upon tho sacred mysteries ol
science and philosophy, to their chosen dis
ciples, from their Exoteric discourses,which
were given to the public. Esoteric Anthro
pology is, thcrelore, a private treatise on
Human Anatomy, Physiology, Therapeutics
and Obstetrics on the whole science o
man plain in language, full and faithful in
illustration, and written with all the frank
ness ol a private letter, under tlie seal o
professional confidence. It contains the
highest and deepest truths in every depart
ment of Human Physiology, with their indi
vidual and social application; the trno na
lure and hidden cause of Disease; the con
ditions of Health, physical and passional
all that information which every human be
ing needs, which few dare ask for, or know
how to obtain, but which, amid the discord
ances and depravities 01 civilization, is 0
There are many subjects connected will
the broad science of Human Life, of the
deepest and most vital interest to man and
the race, in regard to winch a terrible igno
ranco every where prevails; an ignorance
which is destroying the healths, shortening
the lives, and sacrificing the happiness o
millions which threatens the power of na
tions, and the perpetuity of races.
Professional works on Physiology are dry
mechanical, or chemical, astonishingly ig
norant, as well as technically incomprchen
siblc. The popular works are superficial
meager, and necessarily wanting in the
most important matters. The quack buokn
are full of errors, false in science, absun
in philosophy, mischeivous in morals, and
basely mccccnary in their motives. In most
cases these books are the advertising medi
um of some specious charlatan, who wants
patients, or letters of consultation, or who
has some instrument to sell, or some nost
rum to palm off upon ihe credulous.
The world has need of a different bool
from any of these such a book as has neve
been written, and as cannot now be publish
ed in the usual way, sold by booksellers, 0
hawked by agents or peddlers. The author
of Esoteric Anthropology, a Teacher,
Physician, a public and private Lecturer on
all branches of Medical bcience, has writ
ten this book with a lrankness he never
could have used in a work for the public, or
one open to criticism. It is for his pupils
and patients, for intelligent men and women
who wish to understand the deepest myste
rics of life; especially it is for the noble and
hercoio jew, who are bravo enough to exa
mine and accept new truths, and wise e
nough to profit by them. There can scar
cely be any important question, which any
man or woman can ever need to ask a phy
sician, to which this volume does not con
tain an answer. It is so complete in this
respect, that the author hopes and believes
that no one who reads tt will ever need to
trouble himself with a professional consulta
tion. It is henceforth his chosen method o
medical instruction and practice, and in it
he has performed the duty he owes man
kind as a healer of the sick, a preserver 0
health, and a teacher of the Laws of Life.
Among the subjects treated of in this
work, are the following: Man, and his rela
tions to the Spiritual and Material Uuiverse
Human Anatomy; the Chemistry of Man;
Principles of Physiology and the Active
Forces of Nature; Tho Three Groups 0
Functions, Organic, Animal, and Genera-
live; The whole Philosophy and Processes
of Reproduction; I he I rue Law of Marriage
The Conditions of Health; Causes of Disease;
Curative Agencios; Processes of Water-cure;
Diseases and Treatment; Passional Diseases;
Diseases of the General System: Brain
and Nerves; Respiration; Digestion; Genera
tion; Gestation and Pattuntion; Lactation
and the Management of Infancy, etc., clc
including every important condition and pro
cess from the beginning to the close of life,
and containing especially
I. A clear and amply illustrated view of
the structure of the human body, and all its
complex organism, male and female.
2. A full account of tho functions of life,
with such an illustrated description of the
evolution of the embryo, as has not before
3. All that is known of health and dis
ease, with the means for the preservation of
the lormer, and cure of the latter.
4. So careful an explanation of the whole
process of gestation and childbirth, as will
en.iuie every woman lo dispense with the
services of a physician or professional mid
Esoteric Anthropology is plain and
simple in language, full in illustration, as
comprehensive as me utmost currosity can
wish, and without one line of quackery, or
the remotest hinting at a Ice.
It must be evident that such a book, writ
ten with tho necessary freedom, and illus
trated with fullness and fidelity, must not be
projancd. It is not lor the counter, the
book-stall, the library shelf, or the center
table. It is not to be offered for curious ex
amination, nor urged upon those who can
not appreciate iis value. It is advertised.
that every one who needs it may obtain it,
if he will. Whether the social proprieties be
true or false, the auhor can not violate them.
and he feels compelled to keep this book truly
esoteric, a private work, to be sent as a con
fidential answer to a professional consulta
tion, and he trusts that no person will apply
for it who will not make it a point of honor
to so consider it.
To all such persons it will bo sent BY
MAIL, to any designated address. POST
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free of postage, to T. L. NICHOLS M. D.
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patent rights in any state of tho Union
Just burnt and for sale by the subscriber.
I ncse bricK arc ol a large size and of a su
perior quality, and will be sold as low and
lower, according to quality, than any other
Unci; in tnc uounty. A portion of them are
pressed or Iront, and cornice Brick of differ
ent kinds. Said Brick are composed of ma
terial that will stand the fire with impunity,
thus answering for the purpose of building
bakc-ovens, &c, all of which will bo retailed
at tho following rates:
Pressed or front brick at $1 50 per hundred
Best common hard biiclc 'JO do do
Best salmon do 75 do do
Best soft do 50 do do
Filling-in-brick 25 do do
N. B. All kinds of grain, at the Inchest
market price, taken in exchange for Brick.
and Cash not refused.
WILLlAxM S. WINTEMUTE.
Stroudsburg. September 30, 1852.
India Rubber Gloves, Mittens, &c,
COUNTRY MERCHANTS, in making
their purchases, should not neidect
these desirable and saleable nrticles. Their
manufacture has been much mproved re
cently and they are made very durable.
'articular attention is requested to the
Wool Lined Gloves and Mittens.
They are indispensable in cold and wet
weather. Ladies will find these Gloves use
ful in any work that will soil tho hands, at
tho same time that they will cure the worst
Salt Rheum or Chapped Hands immediately.
I hey are made all lengths to protect the
arms and wrists.
For sale by Wilcox, Billings & Co. No. 3
Church Alley, Phil'a. Goodyear's G8 Ches
nut street do. J. & H. Phillips. Pittsburgh.
v Falconer & Haskell, Baltimore, Md.
I. W. ShiflTer, Charleston, S. C. Bart &
Iickcox, Cincinnati, Ohio, and by all Rub-
oer Dealers in tho Union.
For sale at retail by Countrv Merchants
Novombcr 25, 18o2.-1-2m'
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, Diseases of
and all diseases arising from a disordered
Liver or Stomach, such as a constipation, in
ward piles, fullness or blood to the head,
acidity of the stomach, nausea, haartburn,
disgust for food, fullness, or weight in the
stomach, sour eructations, sinking or flutter
ing al the pit of the stntiiach, swimming or
the head, hurried and difficult breathing, flut
tering at the heart, choking or suflbcatiing
sensations when in a lying posture, dimness
of vision, dots or webs before the sight, fe
ver and dull pain in the head, deficiency of
perspiration, yellowness of the skin & eyes
paiu in the side, back, chest, limbs, &c sud
den flushes of heat, burning in the flesh, con
stant imaginings of evil and great depression
of spiiils, can be effectually cured by
Dr. IlooflamVs celebrated German Bitters,
Dr C ITl Jackson,
at the German Medicine Store, 120 Areh sL
Philadelphia. Their power over tho above
diseases is not excelled if equalled by
any other preparation in the United States,
as the cures attest, in many cases after skil
ful physicians had failed.
These Bitters are worthy the attention of
invalids. Possessing great virtues in the rcc
tiiication of diseases of the Liver and lo6scr
glands, exercising ihe most searching pow
ers in weakness and affections of tho diges
tive organs, they aro withal, safe, certain
Head and be Convinced.
From Ihe Boston Bee.
The editor said, Dec. 22nd-Zr Hoojland
celebrated German Bitters for the cure of Li
ver complaint, jaundice, dyspepsia, chronic
or nervous debility, is deservedly one of the
most popular medicines of the day. These
Bitters have been used by thousands, and a
friend at our elbow says he has himself re
ceived an effectual and permanent euro of
Liver complaint from the use of this remedy.
We are convinced that, in the use of theso
Bitters, the patient constantly gains strength
and vigor a fact worthy of great considera
tion. They are pleasant in taste and smell
and can be used by persons with the most
delicate stomachs with safety, under any cir
cumstances. We are speaking from experi
ence, and to the afflicted we advise their use.
'Scott's Weekly,' one of the best Liter
ary papeis published, said, Aug. 25
KBr. Hoofland's German Bitters, manufac
tured by Dr. Jackson, are now iecommended
by some of the most prominent members of
the faculty as an article of much efficacy in
cases of female weakness. As such is the
case, wc would advise all mothers to obtain
a bottle, and thus save themselves much sick
ness. Persons of debilitated constitutions
will find these Bitters advantageous to their
health, as we know from experience the sal
utary effect they have upon week systems."
The Hon. C. D. Hineline, Mayor of the
City of Camden, N. J.,says:
' Hoojland's German Bitters. We havo
seen many flattering notices of this medicine,
and the source from which they came induced
us to make inquiry respecting its ruorits.
From inquiry wo were- persuaded to use it,
and must say wn found it specific iu its ac
tion upon disease of the liver and digestive
organsr and She powerful influence it exerts
upon ncrvoii3 prostration is really surpiisingr.
It calms and strengthens the nerves, bring
ing them into a state of repose, making sleep
"If this- mcditfme was more generally used
we are satisfied there would be less sick
ness, as from the stomach,. liver, and nervouy
system the great majority of real and imagi
nary diseases emanate. Have them in cr
healthy condition, and you can bid defiance
to epidemics generally. This extraordinary
medicine we would adviso our friends who
are at all indisposed, to give a trial it will
recommend itself. It should, in fact, bo m
every familv. No other medicine can pro
duce such evidences of merit."
Evidence upon evidence has been receiv
ed (like the foregoing) from all sections of
the Union, the last three years, and the strong
est testiinon'Jn its favor, is, that there ig
more of it used in the practice of the regulur
Physicians of Philadelphia, than all other
nostrums conbincd, a fact that can eaisilv he-
established, and fully proving that a scien-
tilic preperation will meet with their quiet
approval when presented even in this forim-
1 hat this medicine will cure Liver Com
plaint and Dyspepsia, no one can doubt after
using it as directed. It acts specifically ui-
on tho stomach and liver; it is preferable tu
calomel in all bilious diseases the eflcct is
immediate. They can be administered to
female or infant with safety and reliable ben
efit at any lime.
Look well to the marks of the genuine.
They have the written sicnaturo of C. hi:
JACKSON upon the wrapper, and his name
qlown in tho bottle, without which they are
ror sale Wholcsaloand Retail at the Ger
man Medicine Store, No. 120 Arch streot, ono
door below 6th, Philadelphia; and by respec
table dealers generally through the country.
Prices reduced. To enable all classes of
invalids to enjov the advantages oftheir great
Single Bottle 75 cents.
or sale by Stakbird &. Waf.laae. Strouds
burg4 Pa. Auc. 5. 1852. lv.
OILS, TALLOW GREASE,
OHIO MINERAL PAINT.
300 barrels Machinery Oil. Price 75 eta.
2500 gallons do do do 75 tin
in casks of various sizes.
200 barrels Boild Paint Oil. do 55 do
5000 gallons do do do do 55 do-
in casks of various sizes.
350 barrels Tanners' Oil. Various kinds &.
qualities, from 35 toGOcts per gallon.
500 gallons in casks of various sizes. Va
rious kinds and qualities, from 35 to 59
cts. per gallon.
50 tons Tallow Grease, for heavy bearings
and coarse machinery, in barrel or
casks, of any consistency required.
Price 6 cents per pound.
150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint, In barrel?, at
the lowest market price.
Machinery Oil, warranted not to chill in,
io coldest weather, and considered bv thosa
using it equal to sperm oil.
Uoild Paint Oil. equal to linseed oil. nthor
tuan for white.
I am constantly rCCClvinf lnrcn Rimnltno nf
the abovo named articles, and my motto is,'
uiiu ijiiiuk reiurns.
B. I' POND. 56 Water sr..
(under the Pearl et. House,) New-York,
uly 1, 1852. 6m
8a S2a Wc&MMfu
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has removed his office to his dwelling
louse,-first door below the office of ihd''
site S. J. Ilolliushe;
ocrat," and directly oppb-
iushead's hotel, ElizalieVlf
Stroudsburg, Dec. 1Q 1850.