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C3V gricult a tei'L
To Cure Hover or Bloat;
At this season of the year, and also
tb rough tho summer, honied cattle, ami
particularly working oxen, are subject to
this peculiar complaint. It is caused
generally by turning cattle empty into
luxurient pasture. They cat to excess
and the large mass of food not being read
ily digested, fermentation takes place,
which creates carbonic gas largely, the
stomach swells almost, if not quite to
bursting, or tho pressure by tho stomach
n the fuugs being very great, the ani
mal, if not rcleived, dies of suffocation.
Having been much troubled with it this
sarins, as many as three oxen being swell
ed at one time, and one of them three
times', and each time badly, I had occa
sion to try and test various remedies, lu
several cases, in other seasons I had seen
u largo hay rope, smeared with tar, put
.1 . i 1 I " -
ui l ie animals mout 1 anu tieu over nu
head, extremely successful, the chewiug
by the animal on the rope causing the gas
to escape. But this remedy failed in ev
ery case with mo this spring, and render
ed a resort to other measures necessary.
The rery best euro I found among the
several tried' was the following: Mix to
gether one- pint of alcohol, or whiskey,
one pint of warm water, and an ounce
and a half of spirits of ammonia, and
-pour down his throat. If he docs not
belch pretty freelv, repeat the dose thl
gives immediate relief, and in a few hours,
the swellme entirely subsides. I drench
ed with a pound and a half of salts in ev
' rrreasc, but I believe the dose just men
tiotjod will euro without, although the
nuriiiir would doubtless be benefieial.
In very extreme cases, tapping the left
tide, between the last rib and hip-bone,
may be resorted to, but as bad conse
quences sometimes follow, it had better
not bo performed unless all other reme
The stomach pump is much the safest
and the most speedy of all cures, but as
few have it in reach, it cannot of course
be often applied. Every farmer, I am
satisfied, should haTCone. I have deter
mined to be without it no longer.
Pinching Cucumber Vines.
. A correspondent in the Horticulturist
"I had a narrow border, not more than
two feet aud a half wide, on the edge of a
paved yrd, enclosed by a high fence. I
planted three cucumber hills in the bor
der, and laid some brush (such as is used
for pen vine-betweentbem and the fence.
As soon as they crept up to the top of the
bru.di, I pinched off the ends of the vine
which thickened rapidly around t he roots
and in every direction throwing out the
most vigorous foliage and a profusion of
"I did not allow the cucumbers to gro
large but watched, them, and such as I
wished to reserve for the table, I picked
as soon as they became of proper size; and
all the rest were gathered every day
pintrbiug off the bud at the end of each
shoot In this way tho hills continued
fresh and productive until they were
tauchtni bv frost. "Some judgment can be
formed of the value of this practice when
I add that more than a barrel of pickles
were made from three hills, besides allow
ing a supply for the table.
"'Whenever a leaf began to look rusty
or yellowish, it was removed, and every
cucumber and leaf was cut off with large
foissors. so as not to disturb or wound the
vine. There is an advantage in having
them runup on the brush instead of trail
ing over the ground; because they are
muuh injured by Deing trodden on and by
being kept low on the bushes they can he
easily and thoroughly- examined cvey dav
which is essential, because if ono or two
cucumbers are overlooked, and prow very
large it stops the yield of that vine.',
"Weevil in GrainHow to Destroy.
' I read an article in one of your n urn -1
ers which Fpoke of keeping the shuck of
vorn. in order to prevent the weevil.
Keeping the tbuck on the corn is the best
mode 01 preserving the corn sweet ana
clean, and it also prevents the v.ecvil; but
wheat and other grain cannot be conveni
ently preserved in the shuck. I will
give a method by which the weevil may
be prevented from doing damage to wheal
and other grain. It is by cutting the
young (or growth of seme year) of the
sassafras, aud placing a few branches in
the box containing the wheat. It will be
preserved for three or four years entirely
clear of weevil. If you think that thiV
will benefit or interest your readerj you
may insert it in the Cultivator; if nol, you
may treasure it up. f. 31. S.tin Southern
SI!s. Turpentine on hand fltid ro
Stroudsburg, March .30, 1854.
550.000 Brick, '
Just burnt and now on hand for sale by lhe
BjifiKcribcr as follows: 330,000 al his Iain
a't Stroudsburg, and 200,000 al Ins kiln at
Dutotsburg, near tbe Delaware Water Gap.
These brick will be sold on the most reason
able terms, as tbe subscriber wibhes to quit
the business as soon as he can dispose ot
bis stock of brick. lie also offers bis brck
yard, house and lot, with a large body of clay
at Dulolsourg. all in good order, and new,
for sale. Any person wishing to engage in
tho business, can do well by purchasing
WJLLIAM S. W1NTRMUTI3.
Stroudsburg, October 27, 1853.
TANNERY FOR SALE
J he undersigned will sell at
private eale a email Tannery and
I Twelve acres of Land, with the
improvements, situated in a desira-
ble part of the County for Bark and othor
J. II. WALTON.
Stroubsburg, Bee. 15, 1853.
. For sirJp at this Office. 3
.vg Has- on band a large and well sc
lectcd clock of
Groceries SSiiitlvyare, SSoves, &c.
which have been purchased for cash and mut-t
His experience in the Mercantile Business,
has enabled him to annreciu.lt to the fullest
degree, the wants and desires of the commu
nity; and now flatters himself unit ue hut
made ample provision for all who may favor
htm with their, custom. Very thankful ft r
the liberal patronage which has been bestow
ed upon him; he respectfully asks n contin
fl.uico of the same, feeling satisfied that it
will be to the advantage of all to examine hi.s
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Stroudsburg, January 5,1S53.
One. third cheaper than White Lea'd, and
Free from all poisonous qualities.
Tbe Icw Jersey Ziise Coasipany
having greatly enlarged their works, and im
proved the quality of their products,are pre
pared to execute orders for their SUPERI
OR PAINTS, Dry, and Ground in Oil, in
assorted packages 'of from 23 to 500 pounds;
also Dry, in barrels of 300 lbs.
Their While Zinc, which is sold dry ot
ground in oil, is warranted lYre and unsur
prised for Body and Uniform Whiteness.
A method ofpreparation has recently bee
discovered, which eiuoles the Company to
warrant their paictsto keep fresh and soft
in the kejs for any reasonable time In this
respect their paints will be superior to any
other in the market.
Their Broun Zinc Paint. which is sold at
a low price, and can only he made from the
Zinc ores from New Jersey, is now well
known for its protectee qualities when ap
plied to iron or other metalic surfaces.
Their Stone Color Paint possesses all the
properties of the Brown, and is of an agree
able color for painting Cottages, Depots,
Out-bnildings, Bridges, &c. Dealers sup
plied on liberal terms bv their Ageuts,
FRENCH & RICHARDS.
Wholesale Paint Dealers and Im
porters, N. W. cor. 10th and Market sts ,
April 13, IS51 fim. .
The undersigned having re
moved his Saddle and Harness
manufactory to three doors he
low the Washington Hotel,
on Walnut street, informs the
public that he will keep con
stantly on hand a choice as
Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Carriage
Harness, Sulky and Gig Harness, Team
Harness, leather, cotton, aud worsted
Flyncls, Trunks, Valises, Carpel
bags, Curry-combs, Horse
cards and brushes,
and all other articles in his line of business
which he will dispose of upon very reasona
Work made to order at'the shortest notice.
His materials will be of the best quality,
and as he employs uone but good workmen,
he hopes to receive a liberal share of public
His motto is "quick sales and Email profits."
Call and sec for yourselves.
Country produce taken in exchange for
norfc. W. C. LARZEL1ER.
SJrwidburg, April 13, 1854.
N. B. Carriage trimmings for sale, and
Carriages trimmed to order.
THE VEGETABLE EXTRACT
For the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, and
all Nercvus and Constitutional Diseases.
Persons who arc laboring under this dis
tressing malady will find the Vegetable Epi
leptic Fills to be the only remedy ever dis
covered for curing Epilepsy, or Falling Fits.
Th:-se Pills posfass a specific action on
the nervons system; end, although they arc
prepared especially for the purpose of curing
Fits, they will be found of especial benefit
for all persons aiihcted with weak nerves, or
whore nervous system lias been prostrated or
shattered from any cause whatever. In chron
ic complaints, or diseases of long standing,
superinduced by nervousness, they are ex
Price i?3 per bos, or two boxes for $5.
Persons out of tbe city, enclosing a remit
tance, will have the Pills tent them through
the mail, free of postage. For sale by Sirru
S. IJasce, No. HIS ILltimore street, Balti
more, Aid., to whom orders from all parts of
the Union, in'Jsl be audretsed, post paid.
June 2, Iv. .
SlroiitJsbiJr;; :r:l E::sto;i
Tori Jcrvis, Mavth Chunk and Scran ton
The Stroudsburg ancl.Ea.ston
mail line of stages, consists of excellent four
horse coaches, and leaves J. J. PuStens-' In
dian Queen llotrl, Stroudsburg,, Pa. ever
day (except &i infers) at 7 o'clock a. m. ar
riving in Easton before the departure of tb
cars for New York, or stages to Bethlehem
Aline to. M a u c 1 C h u n 1c , 1 c a v i ng
at G o'clock a. :i. on Mondny, Wednr-sdav
nd Friday, via Brodheadsville, where it
connects with lir.es to Wilkes-Baie & V hite
Haven, returning on alternate days
7 The following lines leaves Postens
Indian Queen Hotel, Stiondshurg, Pa. daily:
A line to Port Jervis. leaving
at 7 o'clock a. m. ia Bushkill, DingmanV
Choice and Milfoird. Returning, leaves PoM
Jervis immediately afier the arrival of the
morning train of cars to New York, at about
8 o'clock" A. M.
A line to Scranton, leaving at
1 o'clock a. m. via Bartonsvijlc, Tamiers.
villc, where it connects with a Hue to Hones
dale, and connecting at Scranton with the
cars for the west.
These lines hold ouLstrong inducements
to the traveling pubiic-Sspassiug thrnpgh sec
lions of tiro country which are as manifi
cent and picturesque as anv in the Union.
Having provided themselves with e,ccl
cellent coaches, good horses, and careful
Irivers, they feci confident that they will-lit
enabled to give entire satisfaction to all who
will patronize them.
STOUFFER & OSTrRANDER,
May. 1 1, Boi. Proprietors.
A!ceUi..always on band an'd for gj!
by- K. JlOLLirSHEAD.
&ivuJshrgT Jlarch-A30, 1851; ' ' "
BOOK AND STATIONARY MOUSE-
IN KEW X011K
Gvi TkZE CASES PS. AW:
KXTKXS1VK BALKS AND NO LOSSES,
Make it profitable to sell at very Low Prices,
SWPark Row opposite the Astor House N. Y
OHer one of the most extensive Stocks aud
complete assortments in the country of
BOOKS AID STATIONARY,
mi CAS3 ONLY.
The Amount of goods in our line purchased
by country merchants is usually quite small
compared with their dry goods, hardwurend
other bills, mid this very circumstance abso
lutely compels jobbers in the book business,
who sell on time, to et larger profits in or
der to make up for the losses and extra ex
censcs necessarily involved in a credit busi
ness of small amoiinie. It is also easy for the
merchant to make arrangements to buy his
book bill for cssh ; though it might nol be so
convenient for him to purchase his larger bills
in this way.
These considerations have led us to adopt
in our business, from this date, January, 185-1,
the following principles, viz. small rttoFirs.
UXVAKYIXG I'KICirS AM) TERMS ALWAYS CASH.
Using ourselves the sole publishers of' a
number of the leading and most extensively
selling School Books in the country, as well
as works in other departments, our facilities
Call upon us, or send an order, and judge
for yourselves, if the saving you can make by
buying of us for cash is worth while.
Our location is very central, aud easily
found. Stand on the Astor house steps, and
look straight forward across the corner of the
Park, and you cannot avoid seeing our-signs.
REMEMBER THE NAME IS
March 2, 1851.
DR. V. ftt. SWAY3HS, DEMT S ST,
Respectfully offers his services to the pub
lie generally; aud io those unacquainted with
htm, takes pleasure in refering thorn to tbe
Physicians of Stroudsburg, or to the follow
ing recommendation, 'b;ch was kindlv giv
en him by the Physicians of Newton. N.J.
'Dr. Swayze, havi.i, been our family Den
tist for the last five years, and having always
found him worthy of our confidence and pat
ronage, we, the undersianed, take great plea
sure in recommending him to the public as
an honorable and skillful Dentist.
Dr. John R. Stuart, I Dr. T. Ryerson,
" Faucis Moran, A. D. Morford.
IEp All know the danger of trusting their
Teeth to those not property qualified. The
bet and handsomest artificial Teeth used in
all cases, and set upon gold plate in tin
Easton. October 27, l85H. -Rm
onTinxaxoN G. S.nktiiex, Wash-
ington, D. C, continues to practice
law exclusively iu the supreme court, and
to attend to cases before Congress; JLo
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 lauds;
tocollect 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.
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00 CENTS SIX MONTHS.
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about six hundred splendid engravings, re
lating to the above subjects the subscrip
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50 cents a volume. No publication of lhe
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Farmers, Mechanics, Inventors, Manufac
turers, and people of eveiy profession, will
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Tire PetIe'! Patent Offiee.
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Jieo on under the personal superintendence
of the undersigned, through whom Patents
may be secured both in this and all foreign
countries, with the utmost fidelity and dis
patch, on ery moderate terms.
Fersons wishing for advice relative to Pat.
prIs or Inventions, may at all times consult
the undersigned without charge, either per
sonally at ins jiflice, or by letter. To those
living at a Jislance. he would state, that all
(he needful steps neccssarv to secure a Pat
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ties wi;di io be informed as to the probabili
ty of being enabled.to obtain Palents.il will
be tiercssary for them to forward by mail a
rough outline sketch and description of the
irnentioii. No fee or thargc is made for
Private consultations hold daily with In
ventors from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. "
Models from a distance may be sent by
expicss or otherwise.
For further information apply to or ad
ALFRED K. BEACH,
Editor & Proprietor of the People's Journals
Solicitorof American and Foreign Patent ,
People's Patent Cilice, 80 Nassau-sl. N. Y,
May I U J 65 i.
" MISS M. S. MTLLEfS
SELECT SCHOOL FOJt GIRLS,
Will open in the Seminary building on
Monday May 15th. Terms ; from 2.00
to $3.0J according to tho branches pursued.-
iHltiyU, 1 854.
4 & BLA'NK DEED'S
For salp: n tills Oflioo."
, - WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Bbot'aufc SI)oc .
c,t The subscriber rcspet tfuly inforn
r Si i,is customers and friends that he has
t-removed his Root ana Shoe Manufac
tory to lhe store room formerly occupied b
Joseph Sigman, in Northampton stret t, one
dtor above Hamilton street, and between
Mrs. E. H. Harmony's Millinery and Peter
Pomp's Unig Store.
He hasjut received a largo assortment
of Boots anrt .Shoes, among which are Galf
Congress Boots, Enameled Congress Boots,
Calf Napoleon Boots, Patent Morocco Na
poleon Bouts, Brogans,&c. for Getlcinen
Also on hand a large assortment of tdioes?
for Ladies anil Misses. Women's fashion
nle Gaiters of every variety, made to order
sit short notice. A large assortment of Chi!
drens Shoes always on hand. GUM Shoe
of all desi-iiptions and Kinds, which he L
Sellinrr " CKZAP FOH GASH.
- The goods are manufactured of lhe Les
materials and in the neatestlfhd most fash
ionable manner. He employs none but the
nest workmen about his establishment.
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
fore received, eveiy effort will be made tb
merit a continuance of the same.
Easton, Scpiember lfi, 1S52 .
5r. AtSelsscsgr's Elixir
gS thconlv medicine capable of curing the
I HEAD ACHE, in half an hour. Form
erly, several days were required to relieve
this distressing pain; whilst now the use ot
the Elixir will, in a few moments remove it
entirely. Although but lately introduced
to public notice, this wonderful preparation
count thousands" of advocates. It is very
beneficial in Colds and Coughs, checking
the most obstinate" fit of coughing in a
minute or two. This remcd is an invalua
ble Family Medicine, in all sudden attacks
of sickness. A single trial will be satisfact
ion' evidence of its efficacy. Price 125
cents per uoitle. Prepared onlv bv
, THOMAS S. PRICIIARUt
Office No. 118 Catharine street, above
Allentown, July 9, 1852.
Dr. T. S. Priohard Denr Sir : I have
used the bottle of your "Elixir for Head
ache," which yoii left with me a few weeks
since, with, I think, decided advantage. I
have for many years been subject to attacks
of this distressing complaint, and certainly
found relief in your preparation.
Yours respectfully, M. HANNU.M.
For sale by Dr. Samuel Stokes, Strouds
oufg. Pa., wholesale agent.
Samuel B. Reefer, Snydersville.
W. JS. Deitrich, Saylorsburg.
John Merwme, Metwinsburg.
Datid Christnian. Cbristmansville.
II. D. & J. K. Shafor, Pleasant Valley
July i, 1853-Giuos.
The following School Books, many of them
recently published, are perhaps the moat
popular Books, as a Series, ever issued
Teachers and friends of education are res
pectfully requested to examine the same, un
der the assurance that they are already pre-
fered by a large body of intelligent educators.
Analytical and Practical English Gram
mar. Introduction to English Grammar,
Progressive exercises in Analysis and
Latin and Greek Grammars.
They are used in over seventy Academies
in New York, and in many of the most flour-
i - - c-.. - r . t 1 :
tsiling institutions in eery c.aie ui uie union
Dodd's Elementary and Practical Arilh
Dodd's High School Arithmetic
Dodd's Elements or Algebra.
Schell's Introductofy Lessons in Arith
metic. This series of arithmetics, with Dodd's
Algebra, has receiied the best claim to pub
lie favor possible that of being highly ap
proved by thorough Arithmeticians, after
using them in the school room.
Olney's School Geography and Atlas.
01ncyTs Quarto Geography.
Whitlock's Geometry and Surveying.
All that these books need is a carelul examination-
j. s. denman's SERIES.
Tbe Student's Primer,
The Student's Speaker.
The Student's Spelling book,
Student's First Reader,
Student's Second Reader,
Student's Third Reader,
Student's Fourth Reader,
No books recently published have created
so great a sensation among Teachers as the
Stroudsburg, November 23th, 1853.
We are now using the Students' Series in
our schools and think they are the very best.
Small children can learn wicc as much with
the same labor as they can from any other sys
tem. We would recommend that they be
used in all the schools of the county
OLIS B. GORDON.
Wm. H. WOLFE,
RALPH B. GUIS WOLD.
The school directors of Stroud township
have resolved that they be used in all the
schools of the township.
Mr. Cottingham, the superintendent of the
Public Schools of Easton, is introducing the
whole series, (Geographies, Readers, A
rithrnelics, &c,) there.
We have appointed Mr. Lewis Vail our a-
gent and authorize him to intropuce the a-
bove books at very low rates. Applications
can be made to him or us.
All kinds of Books and Stationary for sale
at low tales.
PRATT, WOODFORD & Co.
No. 4 Courtlandt St., New York
December 1st, 1853.
1,000 Boole Agents Wauled,
To Sell Pictorial and Useful Works for the
$1,000 DOLLARS A YEAR.
Wanted, in every section of the U. S.,
active and enterprising inon, to engage in
the sale of some of the best Books published
in the Country. To men of good address,
possessing; a smail capital of from S25 to 8100.
such inducements will be ofiered as to enable
them to make from S3 to $5 a day profit.
OCT Tho Books published by us are all
useful in their character, extremely popular,
and command large sales wherever they are
For further particular, address, (poslago
paid,; - ROBERT SEARS, Publisher,
181 William Street, New-York.
February 23; 1851.--3t.
Mutual Fire Snisurasif e Coinji'y.
r?nhc rate of Insurance is one dollar on
the thousand doars insured, after
which payment no subsequent tax will
be evied, except to cover actuatoss or
damage by fire, that may fall upon mem
bers of tho company.
Tlie nett profits arising from interest
or otherwise, wi be ascertained ycawy
for which each member in proportion to
his, her, or their deposit,, will have a
credit in the company. Each insurer in
or Avith the said, company wi be a mem
ber thereof during; the term of his or her
poicy. The principle of Mutual Insur
ance has been thoroughy tested lias
been tried bv the unerring test ot expen
ence, and has proved successful and be
come very popttar. It affords the great
est security against toss or damage by
fire, on the most advantageous and rea
souabc,terms. App&ations ibr lusurancc to be made
in person, or by letters addressed to
JAMES II. WALTON, Sec'y.
John Edinger, John b. Heller,
James II. Walton,
M. II. Dreher,
llichard S. Staples,
Silas L. Drake,
Geo. B. Keller,
It. S. STAPLES, President.
J. II. Walton', Treasurer.
' Stroudsburg, Sept. 25, 1852.
And Consignation, pain tn the side and
night sweats, AstltmaWhoojnngCough,
palpitation of the heart, Liver complaint
Bronchitis, and all diseases of the
throat, lungs aud liver cured by Sher
man's All-llcaling Balsam.
RAISING BLOOD & CONSUMPTION
Mr. Mino, Builder, in BrooWyn, was
attacA'cd with raising bood, toowed by
a cough, pain in the sidcnd all the u
sua symptoms of consumption, lie em
ployed two of the best physicians; they
did him no good, and tod him he couui
Hearing of the wonderful cures per
formed b' Sherman's Balsam, he sent at
10 o'clock at night to Mrs. Ilayes, 13G
Fulton street, and got a bottle; it operated
like a charm, stopped the bleeding adn
couh ! Before he had taken one bottlo
he was able to be about his work. It had
saved his life. His daughter, residing at
12? Myrtle Avenue, can attest it.
Miss Ann Maston, of Williamsburg
living in Tenth, near South Fourth st.,
says That she had been troubled with a
hacking cough, and pain in the chest, for
a long time, winch at last become so bad
that she wus obliged to give up her school
for more than a vear. She then commen
ced taking the All-IIealing Balsam
which soon alleviated her sj-niptonis. She
is now fat recovering, and has resumed
her laborious occupation as a teacher.
14 3'ears Mr. John O'Neil,' 10th ave
nue and 21st street, suffered with a cough,
raising of phlegm, and pain in his side.
He could get no relief til he tried the
All-IIealing Balsam, which drove thepain
from his side, allayed the cough, and
brought the disease upon the surface; and
before he had taAren three bottles, was
PLKURISY AND CONSUMPTION
Mrs. Baggas, a lady apwards of TO, re
siding 88 Sheriff street, has for years been
subject to attacks of Pleurisy, liaising
of Blood, severe Cough, Shortness of
Breath, Bain in her Head and variosu
parts of her body. LTer friends believed
past recovery. The All-IIealing Balsam
relieved her at once of all her alarming
symptoms, and now she is able to attend
to her work.
ASTHMA AND wnn'OPINR COUGH.
Mrs. Lucrctia Wells, 05 Christie at.;
L. S. Beals, 10 Dclancy street; W. II.
Youngs, 75 Walnut St.; know the value of
this great remedy.
Ask for sherman's All-Healing Bal
sam, and see that Ins written signature is
on each bottle.
Price 25 cents and 51 per bottle.
Dr. Sherman's Worm and Cough Lozen
ges for sale at this office.
Just burnt and for sale by the subscriber
These brick are of a large size and of a su
peiior quality, and will be sold as low oi
lower according lo quality than any other
Brick in the county. A portion of them are
pressed or front brick. Said brick are made
of the best material and will stand the fin
with impunity, thus answering for the pur
pose. of building Uake ovens, &c. All ot
which will he sold as low as any in the
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange
for Brick. SIMON GRUBER. -Stroudsburg,
August 18, 1853 ly
JLI VJBBbV ST A BL E .
The proprietors of this establish-
m merit arc prepared to furniah the pub
lic with all the conveniences that
can be required in this business. . Having
lately added new stock, it will be found that
our new Omnibus is just the thing for parties
on pleasure trips, marriage excursions, &c.
We assure the public that our stock is all
good and reliable, and are at all times pre
pared to furnish every variety of vehicles.
Stable on William street, adjoining Katuz's
KAUTZ & HUNTSMAN.
Stroudsburg, August 4, J.S53. -ly.
Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds
of furniture, cabinet-ware, coffins, etc.
at his stand on the Mil ford road, two
miles from Stroudsburg.
07Ready-madc coffins of all qualities
and aizes kept constantly on hand and for
sale at the lowest cash price. "
A hearse on hand at all tinjqsjantl will at
tend funerals if desired. t" ' '
October 20, lS53.Iy, ' '
New Wholesale and Retail
WINE & LIQtfOIt STORE,
The undersigned would inform Land
lords and the public generally, that
thev have juslopened the above business m
Stroudsburg, in the store house tormeriy oc
cupied by John 11. Melick as a Jewelry Store,
and have on hand a large stock of
ymES A?slD LIQUORS
of all kinds and of the best quality, direct from
the Custom House, which they are prepared
to sell to Landlords and others on the most rea
sonable terms. Our stock consists of French
Brandy, dark and pale. A'so, Peach, Black
berry, Cinnamon a nd Cherry Brandy ; Hol
land Gin, N. E. Rum; Irish, Rye and Apple
Whiskey; Lisbon, Claret, Port, Sweet 31 a la-ga,-Currant
and Champagne Wine, &c. &c
Also, on hand a large stock of Bitters of all
Demijohns, from I to 5 gallons; bottles, and
generally any thing that can be asked for irr
Landlords will find it greatly to their ad
vantage to deal with us. We have no hired
agents to sell aud distribute liquors for us at
great expense, which must be paid for by the
consumer. Those dealing with us we intend
shall be satisfied with the article they get, ns
well as the price, and whenever they arc not,
we will be pleased to have them return the
tquor, and make the fact known, for we in
end to make it a permanent bnsiness, and
can only do so by dealing honorably. AH
orders sent us, by stage drivers or others, will
be promptly attended to, the slURe as though
the person was present dealing for himself.
July 8, 1S52. P. S. POSTENS &. Co.
OFFICE TO PHOC URE
Soldiers' jLassd Warrants.
By a recent Act of Congress it. is enacted'
Thai earh of the surviving, or the widow or
minorchildren of deceased commissioned and
noncommissioned oflirers, musirians, or pri
vates, whether of regulars, volunteers, rang
ers or militia, who performed military ser-
ires in anyregiment, company or detach
ment in the service of the United Slates, in
the war with Great Britian, declaredly the
United States on the eighteenth day of June
1812, or in any of the Indian wars since 1790
and each of lhe commissioned officers who
was engaged in the military service of the
United States in the late war with Mexico,
and shall be entitled to lands as follows :
Those who engaged lo serve twelre
months or during the war, and actnallv
Lserved nine months, shall receive one hun
dred and sixtv anes: and those who engaged
to serve six months and actually served lour
months, shall receive, eighty acres; and
those who engaged to sene for any or an
indefinite period, and actually served one
month, shall receive forty acres. Provided,
that wherever any officer or soldier was
qonorably discharged in consequence of dis
ability in the service, he shall receive the a
mount to which he would have been entitled
if he had served the full period for which he
hid engaged to serve.
Under the above act, and the acts of Con
gress generally, the subscriber offers his ser
vices as agent to procure Land Warrants for
those entitled to receive them, as above spe
cified. - He may be found at his office in
Stroudsburg. S. C. BURNETT.
The testimony in its favor is over
whe ming. The proprietors are dai y in
receipt of etters and ccrtifiicaf.es, going
to prove its rcmarkab'e efficiency to' all
eases of worms, both in chi dren and a
du te. The re ief given, and the immcdi
ate improvement of health winch follows
its use, has ca cd the attention of physic;
cians to this artie'e, and they freely re
commend & prescribe it in their practice.
The retail price is 25 cents per vial which
brings it within the means of all.
Brooklyn, JL. I. January 10, 1S47.
I do certify that I gave one bottle of
B. A.Fahnestock's Ymnifuge to my child,
and in scach hours it passed 23 large
worms. Any person doubting this may
apply fo'r further information at my resi
dence corner of York and Jackson st's.
roughkeepsic, N. Y. March 2, 184-1.
I certify, that I took two vials of B. A.
Fahjicstock's Virniifuge, which I found
to be the greatest cure for worms I have
over used. I have been troubled with
tape worms for a number of years, and I
have never found so good a medicine as
B. A. Fauestock's Virniifuge. I there
fore recommend it.
MARTHA CL1 FT.
The public is cautioned against coun
terfeits and spurious articles, and to put
no confidence in statements that ' Ivolm-
stock's,' and fS. Fahncstock's Virniifuge,
are the same or as good as the only gen
uine article, which is B' A. FahncstocPs
For.sale in Stroudsburg, by T. Schoch
A ?F ffbUffCjGJI EST.
In Phess: and will be published as soon as
completed, in one lSmo. volume of
about UOl) pages,
33 a r rinse: ,-. -.
IIS I1ISTOKV, CHAKACTEIt, A fin KESCLTSJ ITS
SANOTITIES ANP PROFANITIES; ITS SCIENCE
ANO ITS TACTS ;
Demonstrating its Influence, as n civilized
Institution, on tbe Happiness of tho ln
. dividual and the Progress of the Race.
T. L. Nichols, M. Dm and Mns. M. S. Gove
Published by the Authors, at their Reform
Bookstore, 65 Walker su, New York.
Price one dollar.
This book, like "Esoteric Anlhropologyn
will be sent by mail, post paid. On te re
ceipt of lhe subscription prico, Ono Dollar,
All orders addressed to
T. L. NICHOLS, M.D.
05 Walker-st , New York.
Attorney at Law,
STitouDsnyia, monroe counta;, im1
,0ffioo.on Elizabeth stroot, fornicrl3.ioc
cupieW by Win. Davis, Esq. ' - '
May9, 1851. ' ": .fr