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know of no other question with
farmers are so intimately conver
sant, which has given rise more to diver
sity of opinion, than that whether large
or small potatoes are the hest for paint
ing and this very deversity of opinion
impresses us with the helief that there is
very little difference in the yield, so that
the only matter for consideration is the
cost, of the seed, which must go in favor
of the small potato.
Our own experience and we admit it
to he very limited would give the pref
erence to the small potato without regard
to the cost of seed. The large potato may
give a more luxurient display of viues,
and encourage the cultivator to expect a
liberal yield; but we greatly doubt if a
tingle well established instance can be ad
duced where the large eecd has produced
a larger crop, both kinds being in an e
rttally good condition when planted.
We have now before us, three different
communications in three different period
icals, viz: the Rural jSeic-Yorkcr. the Al
bany Cultivator, and the Granite (X. H.)
Farmer as to the result of experiments
with large and small seed two of them
favoring the large seed. The first is from
Mr. C. Martin, from which we make the
"One year my father planted a field
wilh small potatoes, except six or eight
rows, which were planted with the seed
ouds of large .ones saved for table use.
At hoeing time, those planted with seed
t-nds looked much the best, the vines were;
large and thrifty. When ripe, we found
the potatoes grown from small seed, "small
potatoes and few in a hill," those from
xhe seed ends were good size and a fair
3'iuid; full twice that of the other.
OIany experiments since have con
"unced mc that large potatoes are to be
prefered for seed, as they produce more
hua-thy and vigorous plants, and, with
me, have yielded the largest crops, with
bnt few small potatoes, compared with
the 3'ield where only small potatoes were
plautcd. In good seasons and on good
.soil, I have raised fair crops from small
potatoes, but they have not succeeded well
ns a general thing.
"I have resided thirty years in Oswego
-co., and have raised from one to six hun-!
3rcd bushels of potatoes per year. Be
fore the rot commenced its ravages, I used
to get the best crop? when I planted ear
ly in June; the reason lor this was that
they kepi green and in good growing con
dition until the drought of summer wasi'be war with Great iJriiian, declared bv tlu-
ver. and the weather became more favor
able for their growth. 3Iuch depends, I
4liink, 5n suiting the variety to the soil.
"Large potatoes, with the seed end cut
off, will keep fit for the table for six or
right weeks about as well as whole ones,
und thus you may use them for eating,
instead of manuring the land with them,
sxs some complain, and you need use no
auore seed to the acre than of small ones.'
The next is from T. F., of Michigan:
0n the 30th of April, 1S51 , 1 planted,
on one square rod of ground, in seventy
tivo bill, seventy-two small potatoes,
from the size of a hickorynut to that of a
lien's egg. The seed measured about two
quarts, and weighed three and a half
pounds. To plant an acre in this manner
would require ten bushels of seed. On
the same day, on a square rod adjoining,
1 planted seventy-two large potatoes, in
f eventy-two hills, placing one in each hill,
without cutting. The seed measured
ruore than a peck, and weighed fifteen
"On the 20th of August 1 dug both patch
es. The product of the small potatoes
was five pecks, weighing eighty-four lbs.
which would give a yield of two hundred
bushels to an acre. The product of the
large potatoes was one hundred and fifty
eight pounds, measuring nine pecks, which
would give three hundred and sixty bush
els to the a-erc. The vines averged four
to each hill, while those of the small po
tatoes were only three. The vines from
the large potatoes grew much faster and
larger than the other, but in the size of
the potatoes there was no great difference.
The third communication gives us the
following experiment, which, being on a
larger scale, seems to be founded on a
"Id the fall of 18I8 I measured off two
acres of ground and had it deeply plowed.
The soil is warm, sandy loam, with a deep
tand-subsoil and was at the time of plow
ing, down to timoth7, meadow, three years
from sowing. It was plowed in the fall,
for the purpose of exterminating the cut
worm, which abounded. The following
April we hauled upon it one hundred two
borae wagon loads of well rotted barn
yard manure, spread it eveuly and plow
ed nine inches deep, harrowed well, mark
ed out drills four inches deep, and three
feet apat, and planted with fine large
Keshannock potatoes, chosen and pre
served carefully for the purpose. The
potatoes were cut and planted at the rate
of twenty bushels to tho acre. The
large acod was insufficient so complete the
jilanliog and wc were forced to have re-
course to the culls, about size tho of wal
nuts. The plants came up well, and were
worked with the cultivtor. No apparent dif
ference between the large and small seed.
They were dug about the middle of Sep
tember, commencing at the rows planted
with the small seed, (about a quarter of
an acre.) We were surprised to find the
potatoes so large and the yield so good,
it having been a favorite theory of mine
that the largest potatoes alone should be
planted, to make a good return. We
measured carefully several rows, and
made large calculations on the probable
yield of the large seed. Judge then of
our surprise, when measuring several
rows'of the latter, to find that they fell a
little short of the former; both in quanti
ty and quality."
From these discordant statements, farm
ers must decide for themselves there be
ing but little risk encountered whether
they adopt the large or small potatoes for
IjWTY DOLLARS Fokkeit.
ter will forfeit $50 if falling
g to cure any
ase of secret disease that may come under
ms rare, no matter how long standing or af-
Hiding. Either sex are invited to his Pri
vate Rooms, 3t North Seventh Street Pilad'a.
without fear of interruption from other pa
tients. Strangers and others who have been
unfortunate in the selection of a Physician
are invited to call.
I M POTENCY--Through unrestrained
indulgence ol the passions, bv excess or
self-abuse, the evils are numerous. Prema
ture impotency. involuntary seminal dischar
?es, wasting of the organs, loss of memory
a distaste for female society, general debility,
or const itftin.il derangement, are sure to fol
low. If neressarv, consult the Docior with
confieenre : he offers a perfect cure
JIKAD AND R ICFLECT. The afflicted
would do well to relied before trusting their
health, happiness, and in many cases their
lives, in the hands of Physicians ignorant ol
this class of maladies. It is certainly im
possible for one man to understand ail the
ills the human lamilv are subject to.
Every respectable physician has his peculiar
oiamh. in which he is more successful than
jhis brother professor, and to that he devotes
most of his time and study
YEARS OF PRACTICE, exclusively
devoted to the study and treatment of diseas
es of the sexual organs, together with ulcers
upon the body, throat, nose, or legs, pains in
nead, or bones, mercurial rheumatism, stiic
lures, gravel, irregularities, disease aiising
from youthful excesses, or impurities of the
olood, whereby ihe constitution has become
enfeebled, enables the Donor to offer speedy
relief to all who may place themselves under
Medirines forwarded to anv part of the
United States; Price five ami ten dollars
per package. Nov. IS, IS52-Iv.
OFFICE TO PROCURE
Soldiers5 ILauel WarrasiSs.
By a recent Act of Congress it is enacted.
That each of the surviving, or the widow or
minor children of deceased commissioned anrl
noncommissioned officers, musicians, or pri
vates, whether of regulars, volunteers, rang
ers or militia, who performed military ser
vices in any regiment, company nr detach
ment in the service of the United Slates, in
United Slates on the eighteenth day of June
I 1812, or in any of the Indian wars since 171)0
and each of the 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 to serve twelve
months or during the war, and actnalh
served nine months, shall receive one hun
dred and sixty acies: and those who engaged
to serve six months and actually served lour
months. shall receive eighty acres; and
those who engaged to serve for any or an
indefinite period, and actually served one
month, shall receive forty acres. Provided,
that wherever any officer or soldier was
honorably 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
pnijengaged 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, lie mav be found at his office in
Stroudsburg. ' S. C. BURNETT.
October 27, lfl.50.
JhiMan (Duccu fjotel,
Elizabeth st., Stroudsburg, Pa.
The undersigned respectfully in
forms his friends and the public gener
ally, thathe has taken the above Hotel,
known to the travelling community as 'Shive
ly's Old Stand," and recently kept by Geo,
The house is large, with ever convenienca
tor travellers and boarders.
The vards and stabling arc extensive, and
every thing in the very best order for the ac
comodation ol travellers and omers.
The proprietor will useevery effort to have
his table, chambers, bar. and every depart
ment of his house conducted in such a man
ners to secure the approbation of his custo
The Stage office for the Easton. M. Chunk,
Wjlkes-Barre. White Haven and Providence
stages will hereafter be at the above Hotel. -Persons
wishing to go or send with the a
bore stages, will please leave their orders
at the Indian Queen Hotel.
These lines leave this Hotel every Mon
day, Wednesday, and Friday morning at '
JOSEPH J. POSTENS.
January 1, IP53.
Every Family should have a copy.
An in valuable booh, only 25 cfs. per copy
Man know thyself.
HUNTER'S MANUALS. HAND
J- BOOK for the afflicted. Containing
an outline of the Origin, Progress. Treat
ment and Cure of etery form of disease,
contracted by promiscuous Sexual Inter
course, by Sell-abuse, or Sexual Excess,
with advice for iheir prevention, written in
a familliar style, avoiding all medical tech
nicalities, and everything that would offend
the ear of decency, from the result of some
twenty years successful practice, exclusive
ly devoted to the cure of diseases of a deli
rate or private nature.
To which is added, receipts for the above
iiseases, and a tieatise on the causes, symp
toms and cure 'of the Fever and Ague, lor
twenty five cents a copy; six copies one dol
lar; will be forwarded to any part oflhe U
nited Stales, by mail, free of postage. Ad
dress, postage paid. 'Bo.y, 196 Post Office,
or the Author, 3S North Seventh Street Phil
For sale at this Qfficc.
Whatever concerns the happiness and
health of a people is at all times oflhe most
valuable importance. 1 take it for granted
that every person will do all in their power
to save the lives of their children, and that
every person will endeavor to promote their
own health at all sacrifices. I feel it to be
my duty to-solmenly assure you lhal worms
according to the opinion of the most ecle
brnled fhysiciiius. are the primary causes
of a larce maioiitv of diseases to which
children and adults are liable; if you have
an appetite continually chargeable from one
kind ol food to another, lind Hreath, Pain
in the Stomach. Picking at the Nose, Hard
ness and Fullness ol the Belley, Dry Cough.
Slow Fever, Pulse Irregular lemember
that all these denote worms, and vou should
at once apply the remedy:
ESobcntiK-k' or Hi; Syr a: p.
An article founded upon Scientific Princi
ples, compounded with purely vegetable sub
stances, being perfectly safe when taken, &
can be given to the most tender Infant with
decided beneficial effect, where Bowel Lorn
plaints and Diarhcca have made them weak
and debilitated, the Tonic properties of my
Worm Syrup are such, that it stands with.
out an equal in the catalogue of medic ines
in giving tone and strength to the Stomache
which makes it an Infallible remedy for
those afflicted with Despepsia, the aston
ishing cures performed by this Syrup after
Physicians have failed, is the best evidence
of its superior efficacy over all others.
TJic 'JTupu Worm !
This is the most difficult Worm to des
woy of all that infest the human system.
It grows to an almost Indefinite length, be
coming so coiled and fastened in the Intes
tines and Stomach affecting the health so
sadly as to cause St. Vitus Dance, Fitsi&c.
that those afflicted seldom if ever suspect
that it is Tape Worm hastening them to an
early crave. In order to destroy this Worm
a very energetic treatment must be pursued
it would therefore be proper to take fi or 8
of my Liver Pills so as to remove all ob
structions, that the Worm Syrup may aci
direct upon the Worm which must be taken
in doses of 2 Table spoon's full 3 times a
day, these directions followed, have never
been known to fail in curing the most obsti
nate case of Tape Worm.
L?aoIssak's ILSvcr PiHs.
No part of man is more liable to disease
'tan the Liver, it serving as a filterer to
purify the blood, or giving the proper secre
fion to the bile; so that any wrong action ol
the Liver affects the other important parts
oflhe system, and results variously, in Liv
er Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c.
Wc should, therefore, watch every symptom
that might indicate a wrong action of ihe
Liver. These Pills being composed of
Hoots and Plants furnished by nature to heal
the sick: Namely 1st, An Expectorant.
which augments the secretion from the Pul
monary mucus membrane, or promotes the
pischarge of st crcted matter. 2J, An 4
terative, which charges in some explicable
and insensible manner, the certain morbid
action of the system. 3d, A Tonic, which
gives tone and strength to the nervous sys
tem, renewing health and vigor to all parts,
of the body. 4th, A Cathartic, which acts
in perfect harmony with the other ingredi
ents, and operating on the Bowels, and ex
pelling the whole mas3 of corrnot and vitia
ted matter, and purifying the Blood, which
destroys disease and restores health.
T o F o in :i I c .
You will find these Pills an invaluable
medicine in many complaints to which you
are subject. In obstructions either total or
oartial, they have been found of inestimable
tienelit, restoring their fractiontal arrange
ments to a healthy action, purilying the
blood and other fluids so effectually to put
to llicht all complaints which may arise
from female irregularities, as head ache,
giddness, dimness of s:gln, pain in the side,
None genuine unless sisned J. N. Ho
bensack, all others being base imitations
flA gents wishing new supplies, an!
.Store Keepers wishing to become Agent
must address the Proprietoi J. N. Hobensack
No 120 N. Second st , Phila., Pa.
ASi'iiJs in ITJaOsij-oe Coresaij.
Dr. S. Stokes and R. Huston, Stroudsburg;
II. Peters, jr. & co. Marshals creek; Staples
& Shivley, Analomink; J. Bell, Experiment
Mills . Brodhead & Bro. Dutotsburg ; H. &
J. Kintz, Paradise ; J. Merwine, Merwines
burg; Daily & Tombler, Effert; Edinger &
Marsh, Fennersville; Keller & Hoffman.
Kellersville; and all dealers in drugs through
out the county and Slate
Price, each 25 cents.
March 10. 1853.
Cure of Consumption,
Liver Complaint, Colds, Coughs, Asthma,
Bronchitis, and all Throat and Lung Com
plaints. I have published a brief work on Consum
ption, which contains an invaluable recipe
for the cure of these prevalent diseases, even
in their worst stages, when friends and phy
sicians have given up all hope. The Lun.
balsam prescribed in this work Cures withou
ihe expensive aid of physicians or injurious
use of patent medicines. In adopting this Sys
tern of Cure the palient knows what he is us
ing knows that he is not shorlenning hii
pays by the use of anodynes or mercurials
which may seem to Relieve but never Cure
He knows when using this Life-saving Bal
sam, tliat lie is taking mild, pleasant, effica
cuus remedies, such as Nature prescribed
lor the ills her children suffer. The ingredi
ents composing this Lung Balsam are obtain.?
aole (cheaply too,) wherever consumption
exists, proving that Even ill has its antidote.
Consumptive patients may Rely on this receipt
(all Jjung Complaints are removed by us
use) I would not attach my name to it, had
I doubt of its efficacy. The directions for
preparing and using the Balsam are perfectly
plain. I prefer selling the Becipe to making
the Balsam, as it enables people to Make
their own Medicine at a Trifling Cost. 1 wil
impart the secret of making the Balsam, and
tne family right to use it, lor SI, but in uo
case will I 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 vour preparation
of Medicine for Consumption and other dis
eases had in my family. After the first ten
days my wife gained in weight 3 lbs, relieved
her 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 simular to uiy wife's. The Rev Mr.
Blanchard will write you for a recipe. Res
pectfully yours. O. F. POOL.
Address, post paid, (enclosing jl.) Dr. S.
TOUSEY, 100 Nassau street, New York.
The work goes by mail under deal.
OctobcrG 7, 185 1-m
Stroit?.toirs: sine! Esision
Port Jervis, Maiich Chinch a?id Scranion
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 tfip
cars for New York, or stages to Bethlehem
fi3 The following lines leaves Postcns"
Indian Queen Hotel, Stroudsburg, Pa. every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning
on alternate days:
A line to Port Jervis, leaving
at 7 o'clock a. m. ia Bushkill, Dingman's
Choice and Milford. Returning, leaves Port
Jervis immediately after the arrival of the
norning train of cars to New York, at about
3 o'clock A. M.
Aline toMauch Chunk, leaving
at 7 o'clock a. m. via Brodheadsville, where
it connects wilh lii.es to Wilkes-Baie and
A line to Scranton, leaving at
4 o'clock a. m. via Bartonsville, Tanners
ville, 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 are as magnifi
cent and picturesque as any in the Union.
Having provided themselves with excel
cellent coaches, good horses, and careful
drivers, they feel confident that they will he
enabled to give entire satisfaction to all who
will patronize them.
STOUFFER & OSTRANDER,
rtB&ii mrtfdM 1st item:
m&t$; t9SSS ! f
The testimony in its favor is ovcr
whe ming. The proprietors are dai y in
receipt of letters and certifiicates, going
to prove its remarkab'e efficiency to a'l
cases of worms, both in children and a
du ts. The re icf given, and the immedi
ate improvement of health which follows
its use, has ca'!ed the attention of physic
cians to this artie'e, and the freely re
commend & prescribe it in their practice.
The retail jwicc is 2o cents )cr vial which
brings it icithin the means of all.
Brooklyn, L. I. January 1G, 1847.
I do certify that I gave one bottle of
B. A.Fahuestock's Virmifuge to my child,
and in seAen hours it passed 2'3 large
worms. Any person doubting this may
appl- for further information at my resi
dence corner of lork and Jaeksoir st s.
Poirghkcrpsic, N. Y. March 2, 1S44.
I certify, that I took two vials of B. A.
Fahnestock's Virmifuge, which T found
to be the greatest cure for worms I have
t rt 1 ii i
ever used, l nave ocen trouoieti witn
tape worms for a number of years, and I
have never found so good a medicine as
B. A. Fanestock's Arirmifuge. I there
fore recommend it.
MARTHA CM FT.
The public is cautioned against coun
terfeits and spurious articles, and to put
no confidence in statements that Kolm-
,' and S. Fahnestock's Virmifuge,
7 w 7
are the same or as good as the only gen
uine article, which is B- A. Fahnestock's
For sale in Stroudsburg. bv T. Schoch.
The subscriber hav
sUrk ing purchased the enlii
yyTj" stock of Clocks, Wale,
iYrV cs Jewelry, ej e of Jot
?V 1 UM& H. Melick, intends ca
ing purchased the entire
Ett'JS li. iMelicK, intends car-
MiirSfcW king and Jewelry busi
ness in all its various lonns, and in a man
ner, he trusts, that will give the most entire
satisfaction, not only to himself but to those
trusting tho above mentioned articles with
him to be repaired. lie has renewed his
stock by recent purchases in the city of New
Yotk, which, together with his former stock,
makes his assortment at this time 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
ment of dress Jewelry, viz: Breast Pins, Ear
Rings, Finger Rings. Gold Lockets, Snaps,
Bracelets, Slides, Silver Spoons, Butter
Knives, and Brittani.i Ware, together wilh a
large assortment of Gold and Silver Watch
es, Clocks, Perfumery, eye, together with
all the articles that can be found in any es
tablishment of the kind.
Ueing an important as well as a skillful pari
of his business, he flatters himself he can
give as general satisfaction to his customers
and the public as can be done by any one
as he intends to keep none hut the best work
men in his employ ; and feeling confident
that all shall have entire satisfaction done
them, heinteuds to devote his whole time and
attention to that important branch of hi
, Anything in his line thathe 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. H.
Melick's old stand.
SAMUEL M FLICK
Stroudsburg, May 0, 1852.
WATERMAN & OSBOyJ35J,
N.W. Corner Second and Mulberry Streets,
OFFEK TOR SALE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
At the Lowest
PfCES, &c. &f!.J
Those commencing New Stores are par
ticulnrlv invited to call.
(T?5 Attention given to Produco.
Philadelphia, January 27, 1853. -3in.
I?Xm!esrI Fire liisHraascc Coiiii'j'-
he rate of Insurance is one dollar on
Mm thousand doafts insured, after
suhsenuent tax wi
be evied, except to cover actua oss or
damage by fire, that may fa upon mem
bers ot the company.
The nett profits arising from interest
or otherwise, wi be ascertained ypary,
for which each member in proportion to
his, her, or their deposit, will have a
credit in the company. Each insurer in
or with the said company will be a mem
ber thereof during the term of his or her
poicy. The principe of Mutua Insur
ance has been thoroughy tested has
been tried by the unerring test of experi
ence, and has proved successful and be
come very popuar. It affords the great
est security against loss or damage by
fire, on the most advantageous and rea
Appications for Insurance to be made
in person, or b letters addressed to
JAMES II., WALTON, Sec'y.
John Edinger, John S. Heller,
Silas L. Drake,
Geo. B. Keller,
James J-l. Walton,
M. II. Dreher,
Richard S. Staples,
Charles D. Brodhead,
K. S. STAPLES, President.
J. H. Walton, Treasurer.
Stroudsburg, Sept. 23, 1852.
HORSES MADE SOUXD
Horse Owner's Secret,
Being a new and certain remcdv for the speedy
Csirc oi AS eaves,
By Sir James Lyndonton,
Principal Farrier to his Royal Highness
npHE great discovery contained in thislit
JL tie work procured Sir James his Uaron
etcy. It is really worth iis weight in gold t
all who own or use Horses. Itprecribesa Cer
tain and positive cure furl he Heaves which any
person can prepare. The remedy is belle
and cheaper than any advertised Heave Pour
der, and is perlectly sale, as any one can
know who tries it. Horse owners know that
many a valuable Horse loses half ita prkr
ty this prevalent disease. The remedy pre
scribed in this work will cure hun anJ in
crease his market value, besides relieving
the poor beast of a horrible complaint, simi
lar to the Asthma in a man. The public can
depend on this work; it is no catchpenny
humbug. The articles prescribed by Sir
James are all cheap and can be had at any
store. To prevent imposition the work will
be sent in sealed envelopes. English price
four shillings and three pence i sterling.
American price, $1 per copy. Persons or
deringSir .lames' Work, are expected to con
fine his instructions to their own animals.
It will be sent to none others.
An Ameiican Horse Docior approoves of
the above System! Read what he says:
Appleton, Ohio. July il. iSal
Mr Dcmiep.ton, 1 have tried yourSecret
tor Hie cure ol rieaves, and approve ol n
very much. Yours, truly,
f Witness, G. Long.l S. Lake, Horse Dr
To procure this valuable little work. Ad
dress, post paid,
English Horse Doctor,
American Agent lor James Lyndenton's
Horse Owner s berret,
New York Post Office
The Secret is sentby mailat letterpostage
"MTortiiixgton G. Snetiiex, "Yash-
ington, D. C, continues to practice
law exclusively in the supreme court, and
to attend to cases before Congress; to
prosecute claims an settled accounts a-
ainst the departments, bureaus, and
boards of commissioners; to procure pat
ents for invention, at home and abroad
and to obtain pensions and bounty lauds;
to collect debts, dividends, legacies, and m
herttanccs in any part of the United states
countries ; to make invest-
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.
India Rubber Gloves, Mittens, &c
PIOUNTRY 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 Mittens.
1 hey are indispensable in cold and wet
weather. Ladies will find these Gloves use
ful in any work that will soil the hands, at
the same lime that they will cure the worst
Salt Rheum or Chapped Hands immediately.
They are made all lengths to protect the
arms and wrists
For sale by Wilcox, Hillings & Co. No. 3
Church Alley, Phil'a Goodyear's OS Ches
nut street do. J. & II. Phillips, Pittsburgh,
Pa ralconer & Haskell, Ualtimore, Md
H. W. Shifter, Charleston, S: C. Han &
Hickcox, Cincinnati. Ohio, and by all Rub
her Dealers in the Union.
For sale at retail by Country Merchants
November 25, 18.02. 2m
JOHN PALMEif &T
"O ESPEOTFULLY inform the Mer
chants of Stroudsburg and vicinity,
that they have on hand and are manufac
turing PURE TALLOW CANDLES,
in the Borough of Stroudsburg, and will
keep constantly on hand a full supply,
which they offer for sale at as low rates
as can be had at any other establishment.
Call before purchasing elsewhere.
Stroudsburg, Juno 10, 1853.
Brodhcasl & Roberts,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Boots, Shoes & Straw oods.
No. 135 North Third Street,
April 14 1853. 3m.
Jaundice, Dycpcpsia, Chronic or
Kervoiw Debility, Diseases ol
and ail diseases arising from a disordered
T.ivrr or Stomach, such as a constipation, in
v. m! piles, fullness or blood to the head,
acidity of the stomach, nausea, haartburn,
disgust for food, fullness, or weight in the
tomarh, sour eructations, sinking or flutter
ing al the pit of the stomach, swimming or
the head, hurried and difficult breathing, flut
tering at the heart, choking or sufibcatiing
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 tho skin & eyes
pain 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 spirits, can be effectually cured by
Dr. JIoofland"s celebrated German Bitters
Ir C ?S Jackson,
at the German Medicine Siore, 120 Arch sf,
Philadelphia. Their power over the above
diseases is not excelled if equalled by
any oilier preparation in the United Stales,
as the cures attest, in many cases after skil
ful physicians hail failed.
These Bitters are worthy the attention of
invalids. Possessing great virtues in the rec
lificatiun 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
Rend and be Convinced.
From the Boston Bee.
The editor said, Dec. 22nd-Z?r Hoofland's'
celebrated Gennan Bitters for the cure of Li
ver complaint, jaundice, dyspepsia, chronic
or nervous debility, is deservedly oneoftha
most popular medicines of the day. These
Hitters have been used by thousands, and a
Iriend at our elbow says he has himself re
ceived an effectual and permanent cure of
Liver complaint from the use of this remedy
Wo are convinced that, in the use of thisc
Bitters, the patient constantly gains strength
andigor a fact worthy of (ireat considera
tion. They are pleasant in ta.ste and smell
and can be used by persons with the most
delicate stomachs with safety, under any rir
rumstarices. We are speaking from experi
ence, and to the afflicted we advise their use
'Scott's Weeki.v,' one of the best Liter
ary papers published, said, Aug. 25
lDr. Hoojland's German Bitters, manufac
tured by Dr. Jackson, are now lecommended
bv some of the most prominent members of
i ho 'acuity as an article of much efficacy in
rase- of lemale weakness. As such is the
rase, e would advise all mothers to obtain
a holile. and thus save themselves murh sick
ness. Persons of debilitated constitutions
will find these Hitters advantageous to iheir
health, as we know from experience the sal
utary effect they have upon week syitemB."'
The lion. D. Hineline, Mayor of ihef
City of Camden, N. J , says:
' Hoojland's German Bitters. We have
een many Mattering notices ofthis medicine,
and ihesourre lrim which they came induced
us to make inquiry respecting its merits.
From inquiry we were persuaded : use it,
and must say wa found it specific in its ac
tion upon disease of the liver and digestive
organs, and the powerful influence it exerts
upon nervous prostration is really surpiising.
It calms and strengthens thp nerves, bring
ing thpm into a state of reposermakmg sfecp
"If this medidine was more generally used
we are satisfied there wotili be less sick
ness, as from the stomach, live, and nervous
system the great majority of real and rmagi
nary diseases emanate. Have them m" a
healthy condition, and you can bid defiance
in epidemics generally. This extraordinary
medicine we would advise our friends who
are at all indisposed, to give a trial it will
recommend itself. It should, in fact, be it
every family. No other medicine can pro
duce such evidences of merit."
Eidence upon evidence has been receiv
ed (like the foregoing) from al sections' of
ihe Union, the last three years, and the strong
est testimony in its favor, is, that there is
more of it used in the practice of the regulur
Phvsicians of Philadelphia, than all other
nostrums conbined, a fact that can eaisily be
established, and fully proving that a scien
tific preperation will meet with their quiet
approval when presented even in this form.
That this medicine will cure Liver Com
plaint and Dyspepsia, no one can dmjbt 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.
Thev have the written signature ol C. M;
JACKSON upon the wiapper. and his name
qlown in the bottle, ivithoul which they are
For sale Wholesale and Retail at the Ger
man Medicine Store, No. 120 Arch street, one
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.
For sale by Starrird & Wallaae. Strouds-
Aug. 5, 1S52. ly.
OILS, TALLOW GREASE,
300 barrels Machinery Oil.
Price 75 els-
do 75 do-
2500 gallons do do
in casks of various sizes.
200 barrels Boild Paint Oil. do
do 5000 gallons do do do do
in casks of various sizes.
350 barrels Tanners' Oil. Various kinds
qualities, from 35 toGOcts per gallon.
1500 gallons in casks of various sizes. Va
rious kinds and qualities, from 35 ta50'
cts. per gallon.
50 tons Tallow Grease, for heavy bearings,
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.
IJoild Paint Oil, equal to linseed oil. other
tnan for white.
I am constantly receiving lanre sunnlies is
the above named articles, and my motto of
Small profits and quick returns:"
13. r . POND, 5G Water st.,
(under the Pearl st. HousoA Nmv-Vnrlr.
July 1, 1352. Gm
u sr. wiwrar,
ATTORNEY A T T. A V ,
Has removed his office to hi dwellra
louse, first door below tho oihae of the
"Jeffersonian Office,'' and directly oppo-
ice o. o . iiolltnsheatrs hotel, Elizabeth
StrouUbur, Dog. 19? 1S50,