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To Keep Potatoes from Rotting.
-Wo clip the following from and ex
-h-uige paper, and give it for what it is
V ul th.
'A highly respectable rcntlemau call-
.'! ai OUT OI110O this won .- nni stfitnrt
1 - . i
, , . .
w.uw uuB aUmu poiaioes in uic mruuic
ot August, pitted them carefully in five
, v:.. 1.1. m. ... i
r., w u.uu. n.iu iun ...m
th.it earth: over the potatoes in one ol the
I'-K he scattered a small ouantilv of
h ucojl, these were perfectly safe, not
i .1.1 one could he found. Of llie oilier
f , . . . , .
...u, nciu auoui iwo-uiu ua oi
Hu m quite rotten. L he potatoes were al I
of the same kind and dun and treated
in the same way.1'
We have before had occasion lo refer
t j the growth and use of this crop, so well
suited to northern culture. The follow
ing excellent article from the Country
tit jt'hmatt, may be read with profit.
As one who has lived twenty years on
a farm, searching all the while for relia
ble information, both from his own expc
ti. net-and from that of.othcrs, ought to
I'p in possession of sontc "fixed facts' and
.iith'd opinions; and as duty, propriety,
an J Irate nil ty require that we should al
nv others the opportunity of benefiting
I vir experience, 1 teel moved to give a
1 w items of information which I think
ry satisfactorily settled bv evidence
w.'hin my own observation.
1 'tanking long pretaccs, and trusting
ih it all your correspondents will dispence
with t hem, 1 commence the brief summa
i s 'f my experience and observations of
t.cuty years, by a statement in
' i If value of parsnips.
rAiisxii's for Hogs One of the
''.inr which I consider well settled, and
t 1 li.lblft find MSnflll ifMil nf L-nnu-lodmi
i-: that parsnips, cither raw or cook-
. but preferably cooked, with the ad-
n "fannies potatoes, tc. occasional-
1. vv. re it onlv tn nrovnn. f h. nnnMiin
ui being cloj'ed by "eternal samenc
t.'titute the best kind of food whereon
f.itten a hor. They are also the best
i oi roots, joi miicn cows, jjotll UOffs
C x - C 1.1 - 11 .1 I
. 1 C'uvs cat them with avidity, and to the
h anu nuitcr tncy couinHimcatc agood,
11.. . t -. !
i U .;oii3 flavor. 1 nave seen it stated
o yars ago that beef made from par-
i ji i r i . .i I
prinirs me ninesr m ice in i.im joti-
.,.l-..f T I. i i. i i 1
o rj i " i
...... v. i uuuh. muu"ii x ma y ue
-j - T il
11111 ,JJ "H-isiuauou. uiaL porK inaue
t ii fi'od ehieilv eonrnosfid nf nrirsimis ii.,
w t r tlian when made from any tlnn
j 1' i ... j... , .
Tl.i is not the onlv recommendation
t', -t n.ay justly be bestowed on the pars-
aulu"s lW5 U1UI RWH ( UailUCS IS
a ... -ii ,i lrr. i
-umt ii, icnuirea no care or llOllsin-'
tut-i.ui, as an ouicr roots uo. In all
middle, northern and western Stales, j
T- t it-io-5, (Xirrots, and turnins must be
-tod and housed, or burried: and e-
, J., thU i Ann nn,1 w;fJ, nnA
. e ana juugmcnL too a por ion will ire-
,i ,.. iuiiiun .iu iu?ii uy nuftuii",
r.i Mtsng or decay from other causes.
t .i ,r t i .
l ii-.iupN, on LUC OLUCr lianl. reailirO 110
r ii the fall, as thev mav be left, with- I
:ajury m the ground all winter.
may also be planted earlier in the
i,r-iiij, as the frost docs not injure them,
vu.i at the earliest stage of their growth,
si thnt this root crop interferes the least
viy with employments which crowd u-
j "i th- farmer in the spring and fall.
vjtiuucs t-o irrow
j'i, until the ground freezes in winter
it requires no expenditure to gather oi
i stjre it; it may be taken up on sevcr-
jJ casions during the winter, and the
i t that sta' in the ground all winter.
r. A iujured, and probably improved,
1 i i frost. Parsnips seem to be eaten
i: i. ii -ii
i i in jic lensn tuan eiuicr turnips or
; . and yield, in the raw fctatc
it ' it, a greater amount of nutriment.
Wither advantage in cultivating par
, is, that on a suitable soil sand or
. , rich or well manured, and deep
1 ..t-d a large growth may be secured.
rale of IJOO bushels have been
i J from an acre of ground.
i'.tiMiips may be planted either in
i 'ir or in the latter part of summer,
y hi August or September. The ground
'j iU be well manuered, mellow, and
'" j-1' plowed, and seed sown in drills,
j i to have plants to thin out, while prc-
vuig them at about eight inches apart,
j i: will require at about the rate of two
y j'jliyf seed lo the acre. The drills
'i uld be two feet apart, and the space
. t.Ti ' ti well cultivated and kept clear of
:vi d -. it sown in the spring, the earlier
bitt. r. A larger growth may be se
ur. 1, howovcr by sowing the seed in
j i tuber. There -will be some cohsid
ra'do irrovrtli before the ground freezes
up, and the growth will commence a
' nu as soon as Uie frost leaves the ground
"i the -pi ing, which will continue through-
the whole season, without running to
j They will thus have a growing
i- -n of above twelve months ; whereas",
v. .n -own in the spring, they can only
gr w . ighl or nine incnths.
-V the advantages of this root crop,
1 a. nut yet been named. Among them
iv tlK se that they seem to be uninjured
1 ji a w t or dry season, and that no insect
2. r bug atUeks them at any stage of their
) "The great iron railroad bridge a
ci05S the Monougahela river, about one
nile above Fairmount, Va., was completed
la t week. It is said that it cost four
h 'u'h U and ni)ii.y-sh; tJtousand dollars !
Of the six hundred faithful drench
oldicrs that followed Napoleon from El
ba, one hundred and fifty-three are living.
Louia Napoleon has granted the survivors
a pension of thirty dollars a year lately.
Help the industrious und they will help
.1 C 11 It it . 1 -r i.l... '
I W lll)lllni r gl C IliA l.nnavi.mr-n An
vum-uiua iuu ii.h miium .tin.
health of a people is at all limes of llie most
valuable importance. 1 lake it for grante
'hat everv person will do all in iheir power
to save tho lives of their children, and thai
n(irsmi will eiMtc.lVur to Promote their
iwn health ai all sacrifices. I feel it to he
m' 1,,,lV s'dmciily assure you that worms
iiufi ii i lt tit f i i hi ot the most co.i.
h,raiei! Physicians, are ihe piimary cause
"fa l:r;o majoiity ol diseases lo wine
children and adults are liable; if you have
i . eljl0 r0nlinu.lly chargeable from one
kind ol food lo another, lind Breath, Pan
in the btomach, ncuing al the fSose, Hard
ne.s and Fullness ol the Belley, Dry Cough
.slow l'ever, I ulso Irregular icmemhe
that all these denote worms, and you should
al once apply the romcd:
fi2oseiiactiN worm Syrup.
An article founded upon Scientific I'rinci
pics, compounded with purely vegetable sub
lanrcs, being per'cclly sate when taken, &
can be given lo ihc most tender Infant with
ucmieu ncnciiciai eiiert. where liowcl Kjom
plaints and Diarnca have made thern weal
and debilitated, the 'Ionic properties of my
orm byrup are such, that it stands with
out an equal in the catalogue of medicines
m giving lone and strength to the Stomach?
ahiih makes it an Infallible remedy foi
those afflicted with Uespepsia, the aston
isbing cures performed by tins Syrup aftei
riiv.sicians have tailed, is the best evidence
Lf its superior eificacy over all others
TTiic Tape Worm
This is the mosl difficult Worm to des
iroy ol all that miesl the human system.
It grows lo an almol Indefinite length, be
coming so coiled and fastened in the Inles
lines ami omm.icit aneciing llie liealin so
sadly as localise St. Vitus Dance, Fits.&c
inai uiose aiuicicu seldom n ever suspect
that it is I ape Worm hastening tlicm to an
early grave. In order lo destroy this Worm
a ery cnergelie treatment must In; pursued
it would therelore be proper to take ( or i
ot my hier 1'ills so as to remove all oh
truclions. ihat the Worm Syrup may ac
direct upon ihe Worm which must be taken
in doses of 2 1 able spoon's full times
lay, these directions followed, have never
''een known to fail in curing the mosl obsli
');c case ol 1 arie Worm
No pan of man is more liable to liea.e
nan the Liver, it serving as a filterer n
purify the blood, or giving the proper secre
tion to the bile; so thai any wrong action ot
the Liver aflecls the other important nan
- . . '
of the system, and results variously, in Liv-
er Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c.
U e iloulJi iberefoie, watch every symptom
llml inlolil lnilirnlfi :i vvrntirr nrlinti tf ilm
r " " " v-
i ; -i-t ii. li . I...: t
mui. i "wt i iii uLMiiy computed Ol
,.o 0 , ... , .i . ' . i.i
JV,L" 4111 1 till IHOllUU 1.1 UiilUlU IU IILUl
,h sink- NSmotw it. An 7.W,.,,,.,,,,
- i,w.i. o. ntnn.it.- r,,.. d..i
tiiiivti iiiiiiv.ti(o tiiu ov;viu..vru ..tit ii uiu l ill-
monary mucus membtane, or promotes ihc
piscliarge ol s- creteu matier. 2d, An .4
Cftr''ff- wh,r charges in some explicable
I'. " 1 .1
,. ,1&c"s",,e manner' "10.c?.Vai.n u,01rb,:,
"j -.v.... " " i ... ..4i, m.
(,:rnc u.nn nrl r.,nil,l, 1 ih no,,.,,,,, c.o
lem. renewing beallh and vior lo all nnrk
of the body. 4th, A Cathartic, which acts
in perfect harmony with the other ingredi
cnts, ami operating on the liowels, and ex
M,e lu,g 10 ,e m,?s ol corr"It " viua-
,uu niaiifr, arm pun.ying u,c i),ou, wnicn
v .;1t fill5 ,,w p.ik. nn :i..t.i
mr!l;,.InH m in:,nv pnmnlnink i.. urh v,.
.irn n hlPi-l. In n wlniHnn Pil!.nr r
- ' j""
oartial. ihev have been found of inestimable
oeneht, restoring their fractiontal arrange
merits to a healihv action, purifying the
blood and oilier fluids so effectually to pui
lo Uight all complaints which mav arite
from female irregularities, as head ache,
giddness, dimness of sight, pain in the side.
None genuine unless signed J. N. Ho
bensack, all others being base imitations
(LA gents wishing new supplies, and
Store Keejiers wishing to become Agent.
must address the Proprietor .1. i. Jlobcusack
No 1:20 N. Second st , I'hila., Pa.
Ageuts in ITIosiroc County.
Dr. S. Stokes and It. Huston, Stroudsburg:
H. Peters, jr. co. Marshals creek; Staple
Shivley, Analomink; J. Bell, Experiment
Mills. Brodhead & ro. Dulotsburg ; II. &
I. Kiulz, Paradise ; . J. Merwine, Merwines
burg; Daily & Tombler, ICffert; Edinger &
Marsh, Frnnersville; Keller & Hoffman.
Ivellersville; and all dealers in drugs through
out the county and State
Price, each 25 cents.
March 10, 1S53.
Cure o'f Cunsumpiion.
Liver ( omptainl. Colds, Coughs. Asthma,
Bronchitis, and all Throat and Lung Cum-
1 have published a brief work on Consum
ption, which contains an invaluable recipe
tor the cure of these prevalent diseases, even
in their worst stages, when friends and phy
sicians have given up all hope. The Lunj.
iW.semi prescribed in this work Cures wilhou
ihe expensive aid of physicians or injurious
useoi patent medicines, in adopting this Sis
fern of Cure the patient knows what he is us-
tng knows that he is not shortenning his
pay.5 by the use of anodynes or mercurials
which may seem to Relieve but never Cure
lie knows when using this Life-savin": Bal
sam, lliat lie is lalung rnild, pleasant, effica
i.jus remedies, such as A'alure nrcscrihet.
tor lire ills herehudren sufler. The inredi
euts composing this Lung Balsam arc obtain
able (cheaply too.) wherever consumption
exists, proving that Every ill has its antidote
Uoiisumptive patients may Rely on this rcceip
(all Luiij Complaints are removed by it&
use) Lwould not attach mviiame to il. had
I doubt of its efficacy. The directions foi
preparing and ufeing the Balsam are perfectly
plain. 1 ptefer selling the Recipe to making
the IJal.sam, as it enables people to Make
their own Medinnc at a Trifling Cost. 1 wil
impart the secret of making the Balsam, and
the Family right lo use it, for St, but in uo
case will 1 sell it for speculating purposes.
Proof of its Goodness.
Jackson, Mich. March 21, 1851 .
-Doct. S. TO USE Y 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 in weight J lbs, relieved
her cough, changed her countenance, and al'
appearances were better. 'My family would
not be willing to do without it. il is a med
icine much needed in Jackson there is many
cases sirnular to my wife's. The Rev Mr.
Ulanchard will write you for a recipe. -Res
pectfully yours. O. F. POOL.
Address, post paid, (enclosing $1.) Dr. S.
I'OIJSEY, 100 Nassau street, New York.
Phc work goes by nraii under sml
October 7, I5I-6m
iiV-i m ia:j!jiijauiuffleM.uvi.
Port Jcrvis Mauch Chunck end Scr anion
The Stroudsburg and Eastern I
mail line of stages, consists of excellent four
horse coaches, and leaves J. J. Postens' In-
1T. 1 IT ... .1 11
dian Colleen Hotel, btroudsburg. Pa. everv
day (except Sundays) at 7 o'clock a. m. ar
riving in Easlon before the departure of thp
cars lor New i onc, or stages lo Belhlehem
fX5" The following lines leases Poslens "
Indian Queen Hotel, Stroudsburg, Pa. everv
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, reluming
on anernaie uavs:
A. line 10 1 Oft Jei'VlS, leaving
m 7 nVlnplf a ai vifi IliwliLiii n;.n..
Choice and Milford. Returning, leaves Port
lervis immedialelv after the arrival nf ibo
mornino train of cars lo New Ynrlr. m nhnm
" : , ... . .
o elocu a. M.
A line Lo Mauch Chunk, le.nvino-
at 7 o'clock a. .m.
it connects with
via JJrodhcadsville, where
lir.es to Wilkes-Hare and
A line to Scranton, leaving al
1 o'clock a. M. via llartonsville, Tanners-
ville, where it connects with a line lo 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-
nous ol the country which are as magnifi-
cent and picturesque as any in ihe Union.
lfaxing provided themselves wiih excel
cellent coaches, good horses, and careful
drivers, they Icel comment that they will br
enabled to give entire satisfaction lo all who
will patronize them.
STOUFFFR & OSTRANDER,
August IU. IS:j2. J'roprielors.
i-lie lesuillOIiy 111 US iavor IS over-
whe ming. The proprietors arc dai y in
receipt ot otters ami certnitcates, noing
o prove its rcmarkab'c effieicnc' to all
mw? ftfwftm: Kndi in rdiPdvrm on.l
-1 Tl, ,.n iof ;,-m, tl.n
. , , ' ,il , . ,
.ilu ln,1, u,u111a U1 uu,ku a
'" Ul mi. utiuuiuH ui jjiiii.
cians to this artic"c, and they freely re-
commend & prescribe it in their practice,
The retail price is 25 cents per vial iiin-Ii
brinss it within the means of all.
'.nas it within the means of all, u no " " lo u,luur anu.ul ueepesi mysie
t?j... r r t r ioi ries of life; especially it is for the noble and
brooufini. JL. 1. January 10, 1S4. , i 't , .
i- xi l t . , 1 hereoio Jew, who are brave enough to exa-
certify that L gave one bottle of mine ami accept new lrulIlSt and wise e.
j. iaj (.tuny tuat 1. uiiu uuiui; Ul
ji.x'anuysLuciv umiiuiiu Luiuy emiu,
A I ... I. , . - ' I .. l I . I -1
and in seven hours it passed 23 large
worms. Any person doubting' tins mav
apply for further information at my resi- Slclan 10 vvlllc" UlIS V0lume "oes not con
d.mftft corner nf York- nnA .TneVn stV tam an answer. It is so complete ill this
wv v- - UVIWI I
I 1F9 1 CVFPPPV
Fougiikccpsic N. Y: 3Iarch 2, 1844.
I certify, that I took two vials of 13. A.
Fahncstock's Virmifugc, which I found
to be the greatest cure for worms I have
ever used. 1 nave been troubled with
1-i-t i i-i-i .
tape worms for a number of years, and I
have never found so irood a medicine as
A. Fanestock's Yirmifugc. I there
fore recommend it.
The public is cautioned against coun-
forfeits and spurious articles, and to put
no confidence in statements that ' Kolm-
in aLiiLuiiiuiiLa Limb xvujiu-
lS. Fahncstock's Yirmifue
s or as good as the only sen-
nw llio. snine
t,; nvfJitli. wl.;,.l. t'c .7?. A .,, .cW.'c
- .7 f-"
y ... I
For sale in Stroudsburg, by T. 8ctoch
' , ...
cVlil LH O 4.1fl C I
The subscriber hav-
ing purchased ihe entire
stock of Clocks, Watch-
cs, Jewelry, etc. of John
II. Melick, intends car-
Az&gZH rY'nK on ll,c Watch Ma-
king and Jewelry busi-
ncss in all its various lorms, and in a man-
ner. he trusts, that will give ihe most eniire
satisfaction, not only to himself but to those
trusting the above mentioned articles with
him to be repaired. lie has renewed his
stock by recent purchases in the city of New
York, which, together, with his former stock,
makes his assortment at this lime one ol the
most splendid ever before offered in Strouds-
burg; among which may be found all the la-
test fashions in the structure and embellish
merit of dress Jewelry, viz: Ureast Pins, Ear
Kings, ringer Kings, Gold Lockets, Snaps,
nracelels, Glides, oilver onoons. JJutter
Knives, and Urittania Ware, together with a
large assortment of Gold and Silver Valch-
es, blocks, l'crjumcry, cc, together with ten with the necessary freedom, and illus
all the articles that can be found in any es- trated with fullness and fidelity, must not be
uiuiisumeni oi me Kind.
t . .. I
neing an important as well as a skilMul part
onus business, he Hatters himself he can
yiru as general satisfaction loins customers
and the public as can be done by any one,
as he intends to keep none but the best work-
men in his employ ; and feeling confident and he feels compelled to keep this book truly
that all shall have entire satisfaction done esoteric, a private work, to be sent as a con
thern, he iuteuds to devote his whole time and fidcnlial answer lo a professional consul in-
allention to that important branch of his
Anything in his line that he may not have
on uanu, win ue promptly procured irom the
i. l i i . i . - .1
city, by calling on the subscriber at his shop,
on Lli.abeth street, two doors west of J. If.
Mehck's old stand.
SAMUEL ME LICK
Stroudsburg, Mav 6. 185-2.
WATEKiWAN & OSBOURft,
N.W. Comer ISccondand Mulberry Streets,
OFFER FOR SALE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
At the Lowest
SI'ICES, c&c. &c.
lhose commencing New; Stores are pa-
ticularlv invited to call.
ft?'" Attention given lo Produce.
Philadelphia, January 527, l858?-"3in.
To wJiom it may concern T o the intelligent
the thourdhil. the phtlanltroptc. Your al
lenlion is respectfully mailed to a new, or
igmal, peculiar, and important xvork, of
4o0 pages 18 mo., and containing nearly
one hundred engravings, and entitled,
nv T. I.. NICHOLS, M. D.
"OR1N0IPAL of the American Dydropath
iL ic Institute. Educational and 1 hera
oeutical, al Porlchester, N. Y., one hour'
idsiance from New York city on the New
York and New Haven liailroad. A com
nd confidential Treatise on the
nncimns. 'assinna Attractions
U.wi Pprvrr.in.io. True and False Phvsica
ml Social Conditions, and the most inti
mate Kelations 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. liso
teric, from Eso, within, signifies private, se
rrp.t. interior, anu was useu ov me ancient
philosoohers to distinguish their private
lectures, eiven in the misriors ot their
dwellings, upon the sacred mysteries o
science and philosophy, to their chosen dis
riples. Irom their Juvolcrtc Uiscourses.wlncli
. . .. Tt, .i .
were given 10 ine puuuc. j.;soicric ininro-
pology is, therefore, a private treatise on
Human Anatomy, Physiology, 1 herapeutics
and Ousletrics on the whole science ol
man plain in language, full and faithful in
illustration, and written with all the frank
ness of a private letter, under the seal o
professional confidence. It contains the
highest and deepest truths in every depart
merit of Human Physiology, with iheir indi
vidual and social application; the true na
lure and hidden cause of Disease; the con
dilions 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 of civilization, is ol
There are many subjects connected with
the broad science of Human Life, of the
deepest and most vital interest to man and
the race, in regard to which a terrible igno
rance eveiy where prevails; an ignorance
which is destroying the healths, shortening
the lives, and sacrificing the happiness ol
millions which threatens the power of na
lions, and the perpetuity of races
Professional works on Physiology are dry.
mechanical, or chemical, astonishingly ig
norant, as well as technically incomprehen-
sioie. i ue popular wonts are supernciai
:ii- im. i i.- . . - i
meager, and necessarily wanting in the
most important matters. The quack books
ire full ol errors, laise in science, absurd
in pniiosnpny, miscneivous in morals, anc
oase'v meccenary in their motives. In mosl
cases these books are the advertising medi
urn ol some specious charlatan, who wants
patients, or letters ol consultation, or who
lias some instrument to sell, or some nost
r i m t ft rnlm r ft nrinn t It O r frt A i 1 r ii
The world has need of n diflVrPnt hnnk
from any of these such a book as has never
been written, and as cannot now be publish
ed in the usual way, sold by booksellers, of
hawked by agents or peddlers. I he author
"f Hsoteric Anthropology, a Teacher,
Physician, a public and private Lecturer on
a branches of Medical Science, has writ
ler) lms uouli wlln a jranitiiess he never
could have used in a work for the public, or
one open to criticism, it is for his pupils
and patients, lor intelligent men and women,
wno w's lo unuersianu ine ueepesi mysie-
I ,r, , , n on. oonnt
I . r- . i ....
nougii to prolit oy mem. mere can scar-
cely be any important question, which any
or woman can ever neeo ro ass a pny
. I . . I I. I 1 I I "
respect, mat wie auiuor nopes anu ueneves
that no one who reads it will ever need to
trouble himself with a professional consulta-
lon. It is henceforth his chosen method of
medical instruction and practice, and in it
ne lias performed ine duty lie owes man
kind as a healer of the sick, a preserver of
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; The Three Groups ol
Functions, Organic, Animal, and Genera-
tive; The whole Philosophy and Processes
of Reproduction; The True Law of Marriage
"i itt-Jiuuui.nuii, i uc iiuc jjiiw ui m;uriiiie
Ilie Conditions of Health; Causes of Disease;
Curative Agencies; Processes of Water-cure;
n: i 'ii . .. u i n-
""eases aim i reauuem; i agonal disease
vpncoc nf ho IrOnorn Sue nm. (rim
hind iVrvps? T?RSniratinn; niapiinn-fpnprn .
..t.-wiLjuj v.. vui. vwiiv.iiit uio.uii 1 v l ( 1 1 1 1
uon: Gestation and Parturition; Lactation
-and the Management of Infancy, etc., etc
inrlitflinrr or or it imnnrlnnl r rinrti tiin n.l r,m
ess from the beginning to the close of life,
a' containing especially-
1. A clear and amply illustrated view of
ihe structure of the human body, and all its
complex organism, male and lemale
2. A lull account of the 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 former, and cure of the latter.
1. So careful an explanation of the whole
process of gestation and childbirth, as will
enable every woman to aispense with the
services of a physician or professional mid
Esoteric Axuiropologv is plain and
simple in language, full in illustration, as
comprohensive as the utmost curiosity can
wish, and without one line o auackcru. or
ihc remotest hinting al a fee.
It must be evident that such a book, writ
wru anea. it is not lor the counter, the
pooiv - siaii, me liurary shell, or the center
I. 1 .It. lt I s
table. It is nnt to hp. oflnrnd
animation, nor umed mmn thnsn
O 1 W "WW
not appreciate its value. It is advertised,
that verv one who neni ? it. nuv nhioJr ;
if he will. Whether the social proprieties be
true or false, the auhor can not violate them
lion, and he trusts that no person will apply
inr il m m win iini. run :n unm ,t .,...,.
o so consider it.
To a 1 such nersons ii will ho com TW
MAIL, to any designated address, POST
PAID, on the receipt of One Dollar, sent,
free of postage, to T. L. NICHOLS M. D.
rortchester, N. Y.
C. U. Warnick,
ESPECTFULLY announces to the cit-
zens of Stroudsburg and the surround
ing country, that he still continues the above
business, and may be found at his establish
ment on Elizabeth street. All orders for Pa
per Hanging will bo punctually attended to,
and executed in the best style, upon the mosl
N. 1J. WINDOW SASH, painted and
nlavfld. uf nil bitoo rnnrnnllt nn hnrm nnn
for sale at the abotc establishment.
Stroudsburg, April 15, 1052. ly
illsilim! Fire 1 assurance Conip'y.
rphc rate of Insurance is one dollar on
the thousand doars insured, after
which payment no subsequent tax wi
be evied, except to cover actua oss or
damage by lire, that may fall upon mem
bers ot the company.
The nctt profits arising from interest
or otherwise, mil be ascertained yeary
for which each member in proportion to
his, her, or their deposit, mil have
credit in the compairy. Each insurer
or with the said company wibc n mem
ber thereof during; the term of his or her
poicy. The principc of Mutua Insur
ancc has been thorougliy tested has
been tried by the unerring test of expert
encc, and has proved successful and be
conic very popuar. It aftords the n-cat
est security against oss or damage by
fire, on the most advantageous and rea
Appications for Insurance to be made
m person, or by letters addressed to
JAMES II. ALTON, Scc'y.
John Edinger, John S. Ileller,
Andrew Storm, James II. Walton,
Silas L. Drake, M. II. Drcher,
Geo. B. Keller, Itiehard S. Staples,
Itobcrt Boys, Joseph Trach,
Jacob Stouifcr, Charles D.lirodheatl
11. S. STAPLES. President
J. II. Walton, Treasurer.
Stroudsburg, Sept. 23, 1S52.
HOUSES MADE SOUND
Horse Owner's Secret,
Ilcing a new and certain remedy for the speedy
Cure ol BIcavcs,
Bj Sir James Lyndonton,
Principal Farrier lo his Royal Highness
npiIE great discovery contained in this lit
JL tie work procured Sir James his Jiaron
etcy. It is really worth its weight in gold to
all who own or use Horses. It precribes a Cer
tain and positive cure J art he Heaves which any
person can prepare. Ihe remedy is belte
and cheaper than any advertised Heave Pow
tier, and is perlectly sale, as any one can
know who tries it. Horse owners know that
many a valuable Horse loses half its price
by Una prevalent disease. I he remedy pre
scribed in this work will cure him and in
crease his market vaiue, besides relieving
the poor beast of a horrible complaint, simi
ar to the Asthma in a man. 1 he public can
depend on this work; it is no catchpenny
mmbug. The articles prescribed by Sir
James are all cheap and can be had at any
store. J o prevent irnposrlion the work wil
be sent in sealed envelopes. JMiglish prico
four shillings and three pence sterling.
merican price, $1 per copv. Persons or
dering Sir James' Work, are expected to con
fine his instructions to their own animals.
t will be sent to none others.
An American Horse Doctor approoves o
the above bystem! Read what he says:
AprLETON, Ohio, July ill, IS5
Mr Dunberton, 1 have tried YourSecret
or ihe cure ol Heaves, and approve of it
very much. Yours, truly,
Witness, G. Long. S. Lake, Horse Dr
To procure this valuable little work. Ad
dress, post paid,
English Horse Doctor,
American Agent for James Lyndenlon's
Horse Owner s becret,
New York Post Office.
The Secret is sentby mailat letterpnstage
1ST ORTHIXGTON" G. S.xetuex, Wash
mgton, D. C, coutmues to practice
aw exclusively in the supreme court, and
attend to cases betore (Jonsrcss: to
prosecute claims an settled accounts a
gainst the departments, bureaus, and
boards of commissioners; to procure pat
ents for invention, at home and abroad,
and to obtain pensions and bounty lands;
to collect debts, dividends, legacies, and in
heritances in any part of the United states
and foreign countries ; to make invest
ments of funds in loans and stocks and
on bond and mortgage, and to negotiate
the purchase and sale of loans, lands and
patent rights in any state of the Union.
Just burnt and for sale by the subscriber.
These brick are of a large size and of a su
perior quality, and will be sold as low and
lower, according to quality, than any other
brick in the County. A portion of thorn are
pressed or front, and cornice Jirick of differ
ent kinds. Said 13rick are composed of ma
terial that will stand the lire with impunity,
thus answering for the purpose of building
bakc-ovens, &c, all of which will be retailed
at the following rates:
Pressed or front brick at Si 50 per hundred
Best common hard bricfc 1)0 do do
Ilest 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 highest
market price, taken in exchange for Brick,
and Cash not refused.
WILLIAM S. WINTEMUTE.
Stroudsburg, September 30, 1 852.
India Rubber Gloves, Milieus, &d
COUNTRY MERCHANTS, in making
their purchases, should not neglect
these desirable and saleable articles. Their
manufacture has been much mproved re
cently and they are made very durable.
Particular attention is requested to the
Wool Lined Gloves and Milieus.
They are indispensable in cold and wci
weather. Ladies will find these Gloves use
ful in any work that will soil the hands, at
the same time that they will cure the worsi
Salt Rheum or Chapped Hands immediately.
They are made all lengths to protect the
arms and wrists.
For sale by Wilcox, Billings & Co. No. 3
Church Alley, Phil'a. Goodyear's 63 Ches
nut street do. J. & II. Phillips, Pittsburgh,
Pa- Falconer & Haskell, Baltimore, Md.
H. W. Shifler, Charleston, S. C. Bart &
Hickcox, Cincinnati, Ohio, and by all Rub
ber Dealers in the Union.
For sale at retail by Country Merchants
November 25, 1852. 2m
ilfiiumlicc, Dyspepsia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, Diseases ol
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 llutter
ing al the pit of the stomach, swimming or
the head, hurried and difficult breathing, flut
tering at the heart, choking or suflbcatiimj
sensations when in a lying posture, dimness
of vision, dots or webs before tho sight, fe
ver and dull pain in the head, deficiency of
perspiration, yellowness of the skin & eyes
pain in ihe side, back, chest, limbs, &c. sud
den flushes of heat, burning in the flesh, con
stant imaginings of evil and great depression
of spirits, can be effectually cured by
Dr. Iloofland's celebrated German BiltcrsJ
Ir C M Jackson,
at the German Medicine Store, 120 'Arch st.
Philadelphia. Their power over the above
diseases is not excelled if equalled by'
any other preparation in the United States,
as the cures attest, in many cases after skil
lul physicians had failed.
These Bitters are worthy the attention of
invalids. Possessing great virtues in the rcc
tificaiion of diseases of the Liver and lesser
glands, exercising the most searching pow
ers in weakness and affections of the diges
tive organs, they are withal, safe, certain
lcad and be Convinced.
From the Boston Bee.
The editor said, Dec- 22nd-I)r Hoojland'.i
celebrated German Bitters for ihe cure o f Li
ver complaint, jaundice, dyspepsia, chronic
or nervous debility, is deservedly one of the
most popular medicines of the day. Theso
Bitters have been used by thousands, and a
friend al our elbow says he has himself re
ceived an effectual and permanent cure of
Liver complaint from the use of this remedy.
We are convinced that, in the use of these
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 tlieir use.
'Scott's Weekly,' one of the best Liter
ary papers published, said, Aug. 25
lDr. Iloofland's German Bitters, manufac
tured by Dr. Jackson, arc now lecommended
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, we 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.' 1
The Hon. C. D. Ilineline, Mayor of the
City of Camden, N. J.,says:
' Iloofland's German Bitters. We have'
seen many flattering notices ofthis medicine,
and the source from which they came induced
us lo make inquiry respecting its merits.
From inquiry we were persuaded to use it,
and must say vsre found it specific in hs ac--lion
upon disease of the liver and digestive-
organs, and the powerful influence it exerts-
upon nervous prostration is really surpiising.
It calms and strengthens the nerves, bring
ing them into a state of repose, making sleep
"If this mcdidine was more generally used:
we are satisfied there would be less- sick--
ness, as from the stomach, liver, and nervous'
system the great majority of real and imagi
nary diseases emanate. Have them in a;
healthy condition, and you can bid defiance
to epidemics generally. This extraordinary
medicine we would advise our friends'who
are at all indisposed, to give a ttial it will
recommend itself. It should, in fact, be ir
every family. 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 threeyears, and thestrong-
est testimony in its favor, is, that there is
more of it used in the practice of the regulur
t'tiysicians ot rinladelphia, than all oilier
nostrums conbined, a fact that can eaisily be
established, and fully proving that a scien
tific prepcration will meet with their quiet
approval when presented even in this form.
1 hat this medicine will cure Liver Com
plaint and Dyspepsia, no one can doubt after
using it as directed. It acts specifically up
on the stomach and liver; it is preferable to
calomel in all bilious diseases the effect is
immediate. They can be administered to
female or infant with safety and reliable ben
efit at any time.
Look well to the marks of the genuine.
They have tho written signature of C. M;
JACKSON upon the wrapper, and his name
qlown in tho bottle, without which they are
ror sale holesale and Retail at the Ger
man Medicine Store, No. 120 Arch street, one
door below Gth, Philadelphia; and by respec
table dealers generally through the country.
Prices reduced. lo enable all classes of
invalids to enjov the advantages of their great
Single Bottle 75 cents.
or sale by Stardird & Walla.ve, Strouds-
unrg' I'a. All". O. lb'5'J. lv.
OILS, TALLOW GREASE,
OHIO RfliNERAL PAIMT.
300 barrels Machinery Oil. Price 75 cts.
2500 gallons do do
do 75 do
in casks of various sizes.
200 barrels Boild Paint Oil.
5000 gallons do do do
in casks of various sizes.
350 barrels Tanners' Oil. Various kinds &
qualities, from 35 toGUcts per gallon.
500 gallons in casks of various sizes. Va
rious kinds and qualities, from 35 to 50
cts. per gallon.
50 tons Tallow Grease, for heavy bearihgsv
and coarse machinery, in barrels or
casks, of any consistency required.
Price G cents per pound.
150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint, In barrels, "at
the lowest market price.
Machinery Oil, warranted not to chill in
ic coldest weather, and considered by those
using it equal to sperm oil.
Loild Paint Oil, equal to linseed oil. other
tiian for white.
I am constantly receiving large supplies of
ic above named articles, and rav motto is.
Small profits and quick returns:"
li. r . POND, 5G Water St.,
(under the Pearl st. HouscA New-York
uly 1, 1852. Gm
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
lias removed his office to his dwelling;
louse, lirst door below the oihee of the
Monroe Democrat," and directly oppo
site g. J. Tlollinshaad's liotal, Elizabeth
Stroudsburg, Doc. 10, 1S50.