The Jeffersonian. (Stroudsburg, Pa.) 1853-1911, November 24, 1853, Image 3

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Thousands of Parents who use Vermifuge
composed of Castor Oil, Calomel, &.c, arc
not aware, that while they appear to benefit
the patient, they arc actually laying the foun
dations for a scries of diseases, such as saliva
lion, loss of sight, weakness, of limbs, &c.
In another column will be found the adver
tisement of llobensack's Medicines, to which
we ask the attention of all directly interested
in their own as well as their Children's
health. In Liver Complaints and all disordes
arising from those of a bilious type, should make
use of the only genuine medicine, Ilobensack's
Liver Pills.
0Cr"'Je not deceived,'''' but ask for Iloben
sacks' Worm Syrup and Liver Pills, and ob
serve that each has the signature of the Pro
prietor, J. N HOBENSACK, as none else
arc genuine.
Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds
of furniture, cabinet-ware, collins, etc.
at his stand on the Milford road, two
miles from Stroudsburg.
07Ready-made coffins of all qualities
And 8izes kept constantly on hand and for
saie at the lowest cash price.
October 20, 1853. ly.
Auditor's Notice.
In the matter of the partition and division of
the Real Estate of HENRY WEISS,
Oct. 1st 1853, on motion of Mr. Dreher the
Court appoint Charlon Burnett, auditor to as
certain and report to next Term whether
there are any liens or other incumbrances on
the said Real Estate effecting the interest of
the parties. From the Record.
The undersigned will attend to the duties
of his appointment, at his office in Strouds
Lurg, on Saturday, the 10th day of December,
1S53, at 10 o'clock a. m.
November 17, 1S53. It.
Auditor's Notice.
In the Orphans'1 Court of Monroe Co.
Tn the matter of the Estate of CONRAD
KIXTXER, deceased.
The auditor appointed by the Court to ex
amine and if occasion require, to re-settlothe
account of George W. Kintncr. Administra
tor of said estate, will attend to the duties of
his appointment on Wednesday, the 14th day
of December, 1S53, at 10 o'clock a. m. at his
office in Stroudsburg, when and where all
parties interested can attend.
November 17, 1653. It.
J.N Press: and tcill be published as soon as
completed, in one ISjho. volume of
ab out 500 pages,
Donjonstraling its Influence, as a civilized
Institution, on the Happiness of the In
dividual and the Progress of the Race.
T. L. Nichols, M. D , and Mrs. M. S. Gove
Published by the Authors, at their Reform
Bookstore, 05 Walker St., New York.
Price -one dollar.
This book, like "Esoteric Anthropology,"
"will be sent by mail, post paid, on the re
ceipt of the subscription price, One Dollar.
.All orders addressed to
05 Walker-st., New York.
jYeto Series New Atlraclioiis Xeio Type,
Tn oonsequencc of the great and continual
ly increasing demand for this elegantly-printed,
widely-circulated, and universally popular
-family Newspaper, we have heretofore, been
unable to furnish the back numbers to only a
very limited extent, lo avoid this disapoint
ment in future, we shall, on the first of Jan-
tiar- next, print such an increased edition as
will enable us to supply new subscribers from
that date. Besides the original productions
of the Lditors the Foreign and Domestic
Correspondence of a large list of contributors
the spice of the Luropean Magazines the
selections of the most interesting publications
of the day the brief novels the piquant Eto-
ries the sparkling wit and amusing anecdote
the news and gossip of the Parisian papers
the personal sketches of public characters
the stirring Ecenes of the world we live in
the chronicle of the news for ladies the
fashions and fashionable gossip the'facts and
outlines of news the pick of English infor
mation the wit, humor and pathos of the
times the essays on life, literature, society
and morale, and the usual variety of careful
choosings from the wilderness of English pe
riodical literature, criticism, poetry, etc.
several uew and attractive features of remark
able interest will enrich and give value to the
new series of the work.
Terms. For one copy ,$2; for three copies
or one copy,for three years, $5 always
m advance.
Subscribe without delay. Address
107 Fulton Street N. Y
W M i m S 3 EST
William and Sarah streets, and directly op
posile Kautz and Huntsman's wheelrighl
hop, in the Borough of Stroudsburg, where
he purposing carrying on the Gunsmithing
business in all its various branches. He
nrides himself in being able to give entire
Balcisfacion to all. Persons in want of any
tiling in his line of business are rcpectfully
invited to call. Particular attention paid to
renairinff in all its various branches. Also
door locks repaired on the shortest notice.
Stroudsburg, October 20, 1853.
Respectfully offers his services to the pub
lic generally; and lo those unacquainted with
1-mn, takes pleasure in refering them to the
The undersigned respectfully informs
?U?)thc public that he ha6 taken a room in
the Brick building, on the corner of
Physicians of Stroudsburg, or to the follow
ing recommendation, which was kindly giv
en him by the Physicians of Newton, N. J.
"Dr. Swayze, having been our family Den
list for the last five years, and having always
found him worthy of our confidence and pat
ronagc, we, the undersianed, take great plea
sure in rerommending him to the public as
aj) honorable and skillful Dentist.
Dr. John R. Stuart, I Dr. T. Rycrson,
14 Funds Moran, A. D. Morford.
JLT All know the danger of trusting their
Teeth to those not properly qualified. The
iiest and handsomest artificial Teeth used in
pll cases, and set upon gold plate in the
neatest- manner.
Easton, October 27, l3p? Sin.
Tim Official! Pa per of Cocsgrcss,
It will be seen by the annexed extract from
a letter of Gen. Washington to David Stew'-
art, dated New York, 17th March, 17U0, that
that the idea of such a paper as I propose
to make the Globe originated in the mind of
the Father of his Country. lie said :
4 It is to be lamented Hint tlic editors of the different
Gazettes in the Union do not more generally and more
correctly (instead of stuffing their papcts with scurrili
ty and nonsensical declamation, which few would read
if.llicy were apprised of the contents) publish the de
bates in Congress on all great national questions. The
principles upon which the difference ol opinion arises,
as well as the decisions, would then come fully before
the public, and afford the bos-t data for its judgment."
Sparks'a Writings of Washington, vol. lo, p. ttl.
The Daily Glode
Tin: Congressional Glore
In surrendering my interest in the organ
of a great political party, I cherished the
purpose of continuing the Congressional
Globe, and, if possible, in time, to perfect it
into a full history of the action of Congress,
giving the debates accurately and fully with
the proceedings all stamped with the verity
of an offirial record. From the passage in
the lettci of General Washington, which 1
have quoted, it will be perceived that he
thought this office might be combined with
that of a regular newspaper; and it is certain
that the avidity of the public for uews of the
less important kind greatly contributes to
give wings to the weightier matter which
may be called Congressional news.
Having succeeded in my purpose of per
fecting the reports of the debates in Congress
and giving them the official stamp. I now
propose to send them abroad, in connection
with the news of the day, in such haste as
shall outstrip full and accurate intelligence
sent from the seal of Government in any
other form whatever. It will even antici
pate the scraps of news forwarded to cities
within two hundred and fifty miles of Wash
ington by telegraph. Before the events thus
transmitted are published in the morning
papers, (for instance, of the city of N. York,)
the Globe containing them will have reached
the post office of that city by the Express
Mail of the previous night. The process by
which this will be effected I now lay before
the public.
I will have a corps of sixteen Reporters
in Congress ; each in succession will take
notes during five minutes; tben retire, pre
pare them for the Press, put them slip by
slip in the hands of compositors; and thus.
while a debate is going on in Congress, it
will be put in type, and in a few minutes
after it is ended it will be in print. 1 shall
lv this means be enabled to send by the
Express Mail of 5 o'clock p. m. for the
East, West, and North, and by that of 9 o'
clock p. m. for the South, all the proceed-
mgs ol uongress up to me oramary tiour oi
adjournment. Thus the accurate debates of
Congress will reach the cities two hundred
and fifty mi!es from the Capitol before their
daily morning papers are in circulaiiDn.
The miscellaneous news I shall be care
ful to gather from remote sections of the
country by telegraph. 1 will obtain from
the Executive Departments, through olncial
sources, the matters of moment transacted
in them, and, through agents employed for
the purpose, all the city news of conse
quence in sufficient time to be put into the
the Globe and mailed in the Express Mail
trains. In this way 1 hope to create a new
era in the dissemination of news from
Washington. Hitherto no newspaper has
attempted to give authentic accounts of
things done at ashington belore the pub
lic mind at a distance had received its first
impressions irresponsible telegraphic
dispatches, or by letter-writers biased by
peculiar views.
Y ashington has now Decomc so great a
center of political interest during all the
year the proceedings of the Executive De
partments and the information collected by
them even during the recess of Congress is
of so much importance to the interests of
every section of the country that 1 shall
continue the publication of the daily paper
permanently, with a view to become the
vehicle of the earliest and moat correct in
It is part of my plan to reduce the price
of the daily paper to half that of similar pa
pers ; and thus 1 hope to extend its circula
tion so as to invite advertisements. 1 will
publish advertisements of the Government.
To subscribers in the cities I hope to sub
mit such terms as will induce them to ad
vertise their business in every village
throughout the Union, where the Globe it,
sent daily under the franks of members of
Congress, all of whom take it, anu some ol
them a large number of copies
The installation of a new Administration
and a new Congress portends much change
in the course of public affairs as the result
of the next sessston. Many vast interests
which were brought up'in the last Congres:
were laid over by the Democratic majority to
await the action of a Democratic Executive
1 he new modeling ol the la nil; the new
land system; the question of giving home
steads, and making every man a freeholder
who may choose to become one; the approx
imation of the Atlantic an J Pacific oceans
by a national railroad across the territory o!
the Union, reform in the' Army, Navy, and
civil offices all these great questions, with
a thousand minor ones, deeply affecting
multitudes of men and every State in the
Uuion, will, now being matured by public o
pinion, corne up for the Government's decis
ion. These new issues, co-operating with
old ones, coming up to be disposed of by
new actors on the scenes at Washington,
will be apt to modify greatly, if not alter es
sentially, the party organizations of the
To these elements of interest another is
likely to be introduced by the interposition
of the agitations of Europe. After nearly
forty years of peace in Europe there is an
evident restlessness that now seems fraught
with tendencies threatening war; and if war
comes, in all likelihood there will follow
such universal change that the United
States can scarcely hope to escape its vor
tex. Indpsd, from late events it is apparent
that our Government is already drawn into
European difficulties. These circumstances
are calculated 10 draw the public mind lo
wards the next Congress with much expec
tation. The Daily Globe will be printedtson fine
paper, double royal size, with small type,
(bievier and nonpareil,) at five dollars a
The Congressional Globe will also be prin
ted on a double royal sheet, in book form,
roval quarto size, each number containing
sixteen pages. 1 he lyongression triune pro
per will be made up of the proceedings of
Congress and the running debates as given
by the Reporters. The speeches which
mnmhprs mav choose to write out themselves
will, together with the messages of the Pres
ident of the United Slates, the reports of the
Executive Departments, and the laws passe
bv Congress, be added in an Appendix
I received subscriptions for the
Congressional Globe and Appendix separ
ately. But this has not been found satisfac
tory, inasmuch as it gave an incomplete view
of the transactions in Congress; and there
fore I have concluded not, to sell them apart.
considering that neighbors can have the ad
vanlaoc of both bv clubbing in case individ
uals shall fuid it loo onerous to be ai iiy
charge of both.-
To facilitate the circulation of the Con
goessional Globe and cheapen iMo subscri
bers, Congress passed last year a j-int res
olution making it free of postage. I annex
it, as the law may not be accessible to post
masters generally :
Joint Resolution providing for the distribution of the
Laws of Congress ana the Debutes thereon.
With a view to the cheap circulation of the laws of
Congress and the debates contributing to the ti no inter
pretation thereof, and to make free communication be
tween the representative and constituent bodies :
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Represen
tatives of the United, States of America in Congress as
sembled, Th.UJfrom and after the present session of
Congress, the Congressional Globe and Appendix, which
contain the laws and debates thereon, shall pass nee
through the mails so long as the same shall be published
by order of Congress : Provided, That nothing herein
shall be construed to authorize the circulation of the
Daily Globe free of postage.
Approved, August 0, 1S52.
As I sell the Daily Globe at half the price
of similar publications, so the Congressional
Globe and Appendix is sold for half the cost
of so much composition, press-work, and, pa
per. This I can afford to do, inasmuch as
the subscription of Congress almost covers
the cost of composition, and this enables me
to sell for little more than the cost of press
work and "paper.- It requires the sale of
about 9,000 copies to reimburse expenses.
If 500 only were sold, the cost of each copy
would be about $101! The debates in the
English Parliament cost about eleven times
as much as I charge subscribers for the de
bates in Congress, equal in quantity, and as
well reported and printed.
The next session of Congress will be a
long one; and it is believed the Congression-
al Globe for it will reach 4,000 royal quarto
pages, as the last long session made 3,612 ;
and the long one before that made 3,'JOl roy
al quarto pages four large volumes each
session. If subscribers will be careful to
file all ihe numbers received by them, I will
supply any that may miscarry in the mails.
This work increases in value as it grows
old. The first seventeen volumes will now
command three times, and some of the subse
quent ones twice their original subscription
The subscription price for the Congres
sional Globe (including the Appendix and
the laws) is six dollars.
Complete indexes will be made out and
forwarded to subscribers soon after the ses
sion is ended.
Subscribers for the Daily should have
their money here by the 5th, and for the Con
gression Globe by the 15th of December.
The money must accompany an order for
either .the Daily or Congressional Globe.
Bank notes current where a subscriber re
sides will be received at par.
Washington, October 12, 1853.
f V t S v-r JL Jl V t.i ()
Just burnt and now on hand for sale by the
subscriber as follows: 350,000 at his kiin
at Stroudsburg, and 20Q,0G al his kiln at
Dutotsburg, near the Delaware Water Gap.
These brick will be sold on the most reason
able terms, as the subscriber wishes to quit
the business as soon as he can dispose of
his stock of brick. lie also offers his brck
yard, house and lot, with a large body of clay
al Dutotsburg. all in good order, and new,
for sale. Any person wishing to engage in
the business, can do well by purchasing
said esatblishment.
Stroudsburg, October 27, 1853.
. U. Warnicli,
ESPECTFULLY announces to the cit-
j zens of Stroudsbuig and the surround
ing country, that he still continues the above
busines. and may be found at his establish
ment on Elizabeth street. All orders for Pa
per Hanging will be punctually attended to.
and executed in the best style, upon the rncst
reasonable terms.
N. B. WINDOW SASH, painted and
glazed, of all sizes, constantly on hand and
for sale at the above establishment.
Stroudsburg, April 15, 1852. Iy
Estate of Phoebe Foicler, late of the Borougl
of Stroudsburg, deccsed.
Notice is hereby given that Letters Testa
mentarv upon said estate have been granted
to the undersigned. All persons indebted to
said estate, are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against the same, will present them for set
tlement. to
Stroudsburg, Oct. 1, 1S53 Gt.
bministrator's Notice.
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Ad
minstration upon the Estate of Abraham
Fowler, late of Ilacken Sack, Bergen County,
N. J. deceased, have been granted by the
Reffister of Wills in and for the County of
Monroe, state of Pennsylvania, to the under
signed, residing in the Borough of Strouds
burg. All persons indebted to said Estate
are requested to make payment without de
lay, anu these having claims against the
imo, will present them duly authenticated
for settlement, to
Stroudsburg, Oct. 1, 1853 Gt.
The undersigned respectfully begs leave to
inform the citizens of Monroe county, that he
has opened a new Marble Yard in the Bor
ourrh ot totroudsbur'T. on lMizabeth fitreet
nearly opposite the Union Hotel, where he
will keep on hand American and loreign
Marble, and holds himself in readiness to fur
nish Chimney Pieces, Cabinet Marble, Man
uments, Tombs, and Head Stones, &c. de
signed and executed with neatness and des
for Peter Smith
September 1, 1853.
General Agent for Monroe Co. for the sale of
Blake's Patent Fire-Proof Paint,
or Avliiiciixl SSatc,
Which in the way of Paint is warranted
to surpass in cheapness and durability r.ny
thing that, has heretofore been olfered to the
public. In no instance has it ever been known
to crack, cleave off, or waste by lime.
x,v-j; He also has on hand a Ianje and
feHiSjJ well selected stock of
Bill 2)
1 i
Groceries, Elartiwarc, gloves, &c
which have been purchased for cash and must
be sold.
Stroudsburg, January 13, 18iMI.
All persons are hereby forbid not to
limit or make shingles or trespass in any
manner upon my property, under penal
ty of the law.
tsp. Oct 27, 1853. 3ts
For this Oflfioo. !
For salt al this Office.
The above reward will be paid for the ap
prehension of any person who will say that
saac Id. liOder does not sell the cheapest
and best Cabinet Furniture, at the Pcoples'js
ffiSWBR5b Cabinet-Ware Rooms, (oppo-
borough of Stroudsburg.) this
side of New York. "
The undersigned, having purchased the
arge and extensive Cabinet Ware Rooms
itely occupied by Frederick Philips", would
respectfully inform the citizens of Strouds
burg and vicinity that he intends carrying- on
the Cabinet making business in all its various
branches; and is now prepared lo receive or-
crs and attend to all calls for every thing
n his line of business. The undersigned
will keep on hand and furnish to order
Good and Handsome Furniture,
as cheap as can be sold anywhere. The
following articles can be examined in his
Ware Rooms:
Sofas, of various styles and patterns;
Sideboards, Secretaries, Wardrobes, Bu
reaux, of various pa terns.
Cupboards, of different kinds;
Card, Center, Side, Breakfast, and Dining
Wash Stands, Twist, Small and Large
tagere, What-Notes, Music Stands, Sofa
'ables, Tea Tables, Oval and Sprpentiilc
'ables, Chinese What-nots, Fancy Work-
tables, Refreshment tables, Divans, 4a nd a
general assortment of Cottage Furniture on
land and made to order.
fJT" Varnishing and repairing done on short
notice and on reasonable terms.
A handsome assortment of Gilt, Mahogany
nd Walnut Looking Glass and Picture
rames, of every description, will be constant
y kept on hand and made to order.
Ready-made coffins kept on hand
gV;and made to order and in the best
tyle, at short notice. A hearse will also be
iirnished when desired.
Lumber and country produce of all kinds
alen in exchange for Cabinet Ware, Give
us a call before purchasing elsewhere. Re
member the place is opposite R. Boy's
Stroudsburg, March 24, 1853. -
The proprietors of this establish-
ftR ment are prepared to furnish the pub
lic with all the conveniences that
can be required in this business. Having
ately 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 al times pre
pared to furnish every variety of vehicles.
rices reasonable.
Stable on William street, adjoining Katuz's
Blacksmith shop.
Stroudsburg, August A, 1853. ly.
Fits! Fits! FiS:-
For the cure o f Fits, Spasms, Cramps, and
all nervous and Constitutional Diseases.
Persons who are laboring under this dis
tressing malady will find the Vegetable Epi
leptic Puis to be the only remedy ever dis
covered for curing Epilepsy, or Falling Fits.
These Pills possess a specific action on
the nervous system; and, although they are
prepared especially for the purpose of curing
Fits, they will be found of especial benefit
for all persons arilictcd with weak nerves, or
whose nervous p'stem has been prostrated or
battered from any cause whatever. In chron
ic complaints, or diseases of long ' standing,
superinduced by nervousness, they are ex
eedingly beneficial.
Price $3 per bos, or two boxes for 5.
Persons out of the city, enclosing a remit
tance, will havelhe Pills sent thern through
the mail, free of postage. For sale by Si:tii
S. Hance, No. 108 Baltimore street, Baltt
more, Md., to whom orders from all parts of
the Union, must be addressed, post paid.
June 2, 1853. ly.
-1, IjANT,
Has permanently located him
MSTSr-rflC 1T ,"r, MfMLliirn. o,t ...
CSA CKjII 111 UUUUUCUUi", lllill 11,
his office next door to Dr. S
Walton, and nearly opposite S. Melick's Jew
elry store, where he is fully prepared to treat
the natural teeth, and also to insert incorrupt
ible artificial teeth on pivot and plate, in the
latest and most improved manner. Most per
sons know the danger and folly of trusting
their work to the ignorant as well as -the
traveling dentist. It matters not how much
experience a person may have, he is liable to
have some failures out of a number of cases,
and if the dentist lives at a distance, it is fre
qucntly put off until it is too lato to save the
tooth or teeth as it may be, otherwise the in
convenience and trouble of going so tar.
Hence the necessity of obtaining the services
of a dentist near home. All work warranted.
April 28, 1853,
J30,D'Cf0 Brick
Just burnt and for sale by the subscriber
These brick are of a large size and of a su
petior quality, and will be sold as low oi
lower according to quality than any other
Hrick in ihe county. A portion of them arc
pressed or front brick. Said brick are made
of the best material and will stand the fire
with impunity, thus answering for the pur
pose of building Bake ovens, &c. All o
which will be aold as low as any in the
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange
for Hrick. SIMON G
Stroudsburg, August 18, 1853 ly1
Clark's Patent combined grinding and bolt
ing mill, is an invention which cannot fai
coming into general use, turning out as it
does from the wheat extra flour, superfine
middlings, ship stall and bran, at a single op
oration, and in the most complete manner.
This tiuly scientific mill fills a space of bu
three feet in diameter, and five feet high, is
worked by a single shaft, capable of grinding
and bolting from three to ten bushels of wheat
an hour, and can be propelled by any power
from four horse, to any which may be desired
The entire cost of a mill calculated to make
one barrel of flour to the hour, does not ex
ceed $400. Those desiring to purchase a
mill, or the patent for counties or townships
in Pennsylvania, are requested to address
Wm. lletlman, or call at No. 41 Brown street
September 1, 1853. 3t.
iiiiii. mwL
The subscriber lias openet
his new LTof-el and is ready to
accommodate all who may fa
vor him with their custom.
giroudtiburg, Mny 27, 6m. ;
!3ooi ana Sljoc
I !
cr1qj uu sutjsuriuer respct iiuiy imuim
. n's cus'a'mGrs a,ia friends that ho has
" removed his Boot ami Shoe Manufac
t'i. i , .r..i.. :..r...c-
lory in the store room formerly occupied bv
I ti - . !VT . t
osi'pn kDigman, in rsorinampion street, one
nnr above Hamilton street, and between
,1rs. E. H. Harmony's Millinery and Tetci
ompVDrug Store.
He has just received a large assortment
of Boots and Shoes, among which are Cal!
Congress Boots, Enameled Congress Hoots,
Calf Napoleon Boots, Patent Morocco IVa
uilcon Hoots, Brogans, &c. for CJetiemen
and Bovs.
Also on hand a large assortment of Shoes
for Ladies and Misses. Women s fashion-
Die Gaiters ofevcry variety, made to order
at short notice. A larae assortment of Chil
rens Shoes always on hand. GUM Shoes
of all descriptions and kinds, which he is
The goods are manufactured of the best
materials and in the neatest and most fash
ionable manner. lie employs none buf'thc
best workmen about his establishment.
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto-
ore received, every ellort will be made to
merit a continuance o! the same.
las'on, September Ifi. l8f2.
tvS the onlv medicine capable of curing ,lhe
HEAD ACHE, in half an hour. Form
erly, several days were required to relieve
this distressing pain; whilst now the use of
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
icneficial in Colds and Coughs, checking
the most obstinate fit of couchinc in a
minute or two. This remedj is an invalua
ble Family Medicine, in all sudden attacks
of sickness. A single trial will be satisfac
tory evidence of its efficacy. Price 2o
cents per bottle. Prepared only by
Offif-e No. llS Catharine street, above
3d, Philadelphia.
Allentown, July 0, 1852.
Dr. T. S. Prichard Dear Sir: I have
used the bottle ol your "JLiItxir lor Head
ache,'' which you left with me a few weeks
since, with, I think, decided advantage. I
lave forunany years been subject to attacks
of this distressing complaint, and certainly
bund relief in your preparation.
Yours respectfully, M. IIAXNUM.
For sale by Dr. Samuel Stokes, Strouds
burg, fa., wholesale agent.
Samuel B. Keefer. Snydersville.
W. S. Deitrich, Saylorsburg.
John Merwine, Merwinsburg.
David Christman. Christmansville.
II. D. & J. K. Shafer, Pleasant Valley.
July I'J, lS53-6mos.
Mechanics, Inventors and Mann-
450. In S?!:Edsc! Prist's. S150.
Volume IX of the Scientific American
commences on the 17th of September. It is
chiefly devoted to the advancement of the in
terestsof Mechanics, Inventors, Manufactur
ers, and tanners, by the diffusion of useful
knowledge upon these important branches.
It is edited by men practically skilled m the
arts and science?, and is widely regarded as
sound and able lournal. Nearly all the
Valuable Patents which issue weekly from
the Patent Otfice are Illustrated with
Engravings, and the Clajms of all the Pat
ents are published in its columns; thus mak
ing the paper a perfect Scientific and Me
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(&0AP. Fine. scented Soaps for wash
ins; and slmving r.a'so the ce'ebrated
shaving cream, for sa c
Post dJfiice Slasisps.
TO POSTMASTERS. The advertiser,
Postmaster at Pleasant Grove, Alleghany
county, Maryland, is the first person in the
United States who conceived and undertook
extensively to furnish all the post-offices in
the country with cheap stamps. All stamps
made by him arc warranted equal if not su
perior to any other that can be procured for
the same price. Whenever any are sent
out, in any manner, defective or unsatisfacto
ry, duplicates will be forwarded, on notice,
without extra charge. All who order a set
of Stamp?, with a full set of changes for
dates only two dollars (for thirty pieces) shall
be kept in stamps, admihtuji. Full set, with
change one dollar.
When stamps arc neatly madr, with turned
handles and screw, same style as the regu
lar post-office stamps, durable, efficient and
warranted, one to two dollars only, and spe
cial authority to send bv mail free.
Address Post Master Pleasant Grove, AI-
egbany county, Maryland.
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this notice) three times, and sending a copy
of the paper shall receive credit for ten dol-
ars in wood letter, or a ten dollar press; or.
f preferred, a wood engraving or an engraved
ewspaper head, of the ,uboe value will be
November 3, 1853. 3t.
& Came to tho premises of the snbscri-
bcr, in Lo;ver Smithfield township,
Monroe county, Pa. about the 3d of October,
853, three head of young cattle: Two year-
ings, the one a brown heifer, the other a red
nd white steer, the head most all white; the
two year old a fiehcr, dard red, with some
white spots. The mark on all is a scollop out
nder the right ear. I he owner or owners
thereof are hereby requested to come forward,
prove property, pay charges and take them
way, or they will be disposed of according to
aw. JUU.N' UUUWlN.
October 29, 1853,-31
Sew Boot and Shoe Establishment
The subscribers would solicit the attention
f the public to their new Boot and Shoe Es-
ablishment,just opened in Stroudsburg, first
door below Parry's Hotel, where work of all
kinds can be had either ready-made qr made
to order at the shortest notice and on the
most reasonable terms. Ladies' Shoes of the
neatest styles constantly on hand.
Long experience in the business in all its
lepartmcnts, enables the subscribers to re
commend their work to the public, feeling
well assured that their highest expectations
,vill be fully realized after giving it a fair
trial. WJI'SISL to llliTU..
Stroudsburg, June 23, lS53.-tf.
The undersigned having lo
cated himself in the borough
of Stroudsburg, at the old Sad
dle and Harness stand of Jas.
N. Durling, on Walnut street,
opposite the Washington Ho
tel, would inform the public
that he will keep constantly
on hand a choice assortment ot
Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Carriage
Harness, Sulky and Lug Harness, leum
Harness, leather, cotton, and 7Corslcd
Flyncls, Trunks, Valises, Carpet-
Jiti rre
.rry-cotnbs, Ilorsc-
cards and brushes,
and all other articles in his line of business.
which he will dispose of upon very reasona
ble terms.
Work made to order at the shortest notice.
His materials will be of the best quality,
and as he employs none but cood workmen,
le hopes to receive a liberal share of public
His motto is "quick sales and small profits."
Call and sec for yourselves.
Country produce taken in exchange for
work. W. C. LA11ZELIER.
Stroudsburg, March 17, 1S53.
N. B. Carriage trimmings for sale, and.
Carriages trimmed to order.
Neiv Whole Sale and Retail
SlrosulsMirg, Pa.
7r? frM. l : i i.i ;r t .. .1
JKl A UUUUISiy UUU WUU1U ilUUlill JjillJU-
SStTUiords and the public generally, that
they have justopeticd the above business in
Stroudsburg, in the store house formerly oc
cupied by John II. Melick as a Jewelry Store,
and have on hand a large stock of
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 term. Our stock consists of French
Brandy, dark and pale. A'so, Peach, Black
berry, Cinnamon and Cherry Brandy; Hol
land (nn, N. L. Rum; Irish, Rye and Apple
v hiskey; Lisbon, Claret, Port, bweet Mala
ga, Currant and Champagne Wine, &c. &c.
Also, on hand a large stock of Bitters of all
Demijohns, from to 5 gallons; bottles, and
generally any thing that can be asked tor in
our line.
Landlords will find it greatly to their ad
vantage to deal with us. Wc have no hired
agents to sell and distribute liquors for us at
great expense, which must be paid lor by the
consumer. Those dealing with us we intend
shall be satisfied with the article they get, na
well as the price, and whenever they are not,
we will be pleased to have them return the
tquor, and make tho fact known, for wc in
end to make it a permanent bnsiness, and
can only do so by dealing honorably. All
orders sent us, by stage drivers or other?, will
be promptly attended to, the same as though
the person was present dealing for himself.
July 3, 1852. P. S. POSTEXS & Co.
XSfissoluliosa oi" SSarancrSiiip.
The Co-Partnership heretofore existing uu-"W
der the firm of Palmer &. Pearck, in the
manufacture of Candles, has been dissolved
by mutual consent. The Books and Accounts
are m the hands of John Palmer, to whom
all indebted are reqnsted to make payment.
Stroudsburg, June 1U, 1853.
N. B. John Palmer &, Son having ptirchssr
cd Pearce's interest in the Stock, the bua
ness will, as heretofore, be carried on at the
old stand, by John Palmer & Son, who ask a
continuation of public patronage.
A groat variety of Toys on hand and
for sale cheap at the variety store
Stroudsburg! G, May 152.
Attorney nt Law,
Ofitoo on lilisaboth street, formerly fe
eupted bj Win, Doivts, lsq.
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