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STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 12, 1854.
NO . US.
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Tl5iirsday, January 12, I 54.
' Liiyi Slutter, Esq. our new county
Dreasdrer, having presented his bonds, from 8300,000 to 8600,000, averages a
.wbich were approved, entered upon the : bout 428,000. Of bills issued between
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u iiues oi iiis omce last wcck. . xie nas
C Anointed Col. CnARLTOS Burnett, of
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a i.dhis place his Deputy, who will make an
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' Legislature of Pennsylvania.
; , The Legislature of this State assembled
at TIarrisburg, on the 2d inst., and or
ganized by electing E. B. Chase, of Sus-
quehanna, Speaker of the House, and Mr. j in that city: uCat.Cutlet, 25 cents; G ril- j exposed, there was a general shout from all
Oaslin, of Green, Speaker of the Senate, led Eats, 0 cents; Bog Soup. 12 cents; !tf men near enough to get a peep at the in
m. ir .... . ., , lT?nef r. i.Q .. t t: n .5j;side. 1 he contents consisted of two or three
JLUC UOVCmOrS iUCSSaije WaS laiU UC-
4forc the Legislature en the 3d.
Death of Mr. Muhlenberg
The Hon. Henry A. Muhlenberg, mem
, bcr of Gonsress from this State, died at
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?half past ten o'clock on Tuesday evening
last, at the -residence of Senator Brod-
head, in' Washington.
.JL- Finances of Ohio.
ef u -Gov. Medilx sent his annual message
:&to the Ohio Lcgislatuie on Monday, the
!7ay oa which it assembled. The receipts
, into the treasury for the year amounted
. to 3,450.181, but included a balance on
" band of 8593,041. The expenditures
.reached 82,696,118. Of the receipts
005.1G5 was from canal tolls and the
Arwater rents. The total'debt of the State
is put down at 817,206,452, for the more
prompt payment of which a new law is
-recommended, the present law allowing
.only SlOOjOOO to be set aside for the
-purpose. On the 1st of January, 1837,
-'-'the-sum of 83442,133 of the debt become
i!Sue. The entire property of the the State
,. is now valued at 8SOO,000,000 against
jS403,547,473 in 1847. The area of the
' whole-State contains 25,576, 960 acres of
Opening of the Tunnel.
We learn from the last number of the ;
Lackawanna Herald, that the tunnel thro' .
tfirtlie" summit, on the line of the Delaware,
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opened a few days since. It is spoken oi
. - by the editor, who was present, as an event
' of much rejoicing. The whole length of
the tunnel is two thousand two hundred
, ; . feet, and has been driven from both ends.
On the north end of the tunnel, about
: v100 feet bave been entirely prepared for
- ' the laying of the track, and on the otber
': 'about 700 feet are in like condition.
,f , ( 23ic Kcw York Alderman to be Impris-
rroncd: The Supreme Court of New York
liaving sustained the decision of the Supe-
rior Court in the case of contempt of the
New York City Alderman, in refusing to
obey the injunction of that tribunal, re-
straining them from the grant of the
? B,o.a, Eailroad, AJdoro.n Sturte-
".'Want will lave to be imprisoned for fif-
teen days, and paya fine of $2o0. All
the other Aldermen, except Wesley Smith,
" 4j(wli apologized, and paid the penalty)
jyilLhave to pay a fine of 250 each, with
out being sent to prison.
4.- -l0e Trade. The shoe trade in
SQ3pston is quite brisk, many purchasers of
shoes' from the South and Southwest be
ingln that city. Ye bear that all artic
Hidcs in tbe boot and gboe line are beld at
- .'prices about twenty per cent, higber than
'last year at this time. The demand is
a' quitc good, and the advanced prices are
well sustained. All branches of tbis ex-
.-tensive trade are enjoying a season of
- ,-grcat prosperity
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, .Agentleman of Alton, Dl., bas invent-
- r cd a pocket pistol, wbrcb, it is said, will
- prirac itself, and fire thirty-six times in
' "succession. It is a small weapon, being
98&$uy s'x nCDCS jQ lengtb, though it will
tlirow a ball, with sufficient force to per
. v uforate an inch plank at the distance of a
50 ijiufldrcd feet.
Advices from the city of Blcxico,
f to the lTtb ult., inform us that Santa
Anna had accepted the position of Eiape-
afc a salary of S80j000- Ho adopts
4thetlitle of""MostSerene Higbriess," and
"Wear and Tear" of Bank Notes.
The State Bank of Indianna, recently
addressed circulars to the various banks of
the country, to ascertain the gain to banks
of issue, by loss of circulating notes,
through a series of years. No very sat -
isfactory returns were made, but in two in -
stances, they elicited the following facts:
TbeCatskill Bank, in thirty years, with an
average circulation of 8200,000, as this a- She was commanded by Gapt. Rich
mount has not been returned in ten years, ardson, and had a valuable cargo, which
Tho Merchants' Bank of Baltimore, in for-! was insured for about 100,000.
ty seven years, with a circulation ranging
' Li. - Oni .1 104n it 1
me years iouu auu ioo, mey nave now
' outstanding after a lanse of at least ten
years, su,iyuy Deing au annuai average
F CQnr. fTKn lo.n lAn.nnAM
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was caused by the loss, at one time, of
815,000 in notes.
A California paper gives the following
mt? o v;il x ni,: , . ,
as a bill or tare at a Unincse restaurant
d, -c,1 6 "
At Salt Lake city, the Dogs are roasted, i
broiled, baked, fried, stewed, &c, &c,
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wows, but prarie-dogs, which are first rate
The Erie Riots.
If the Cleaveland Herald is to be cred
ited, the ringleaders of the riots of Eric
are choice specimens of humanity. That
paper states that at a meeting held in E
rie on Monday last, one Lowery relieved
himself of a speech, in which all manner
of denunciation was heaped upon the Di
rectors of the Eric and North East Eoad;
he indulged in the most savage threats of
vengeance, and made appeals to the mob
to resist the grinding oppression of rail
road companies. This Lowry was follow-
ed by Mayor King, who seems to be a !
pleasant genius, and to express himself
with peculiar delicacy. Hear him, as
quoted by the aforesaid paper:
"He denounced Mr. Walker, of Erie,
as a traitor and scoundrel. In speaking
of the Directors and Managers of the
Bailroads, he said, "W'e will whip them
j vre will whip them will bury them so
j deep that electricity can't reach them
we wiU whiP them we'll whip the guts
out of them."
Price for Kissiii" Ladies in the Street.
Wm. tiendry was.tried in Providence,
B. I., on Tuesday for kissing three ladies
i in the street against their consent. He
was fined five dollars and costs on each
complaint, amounting to 87 99 for each
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j jcaves 0f geraniums are an excel-
j ent application for cuts where the skin is
xubbed off, and other wounds of that kind.
Que or two leaves must be bruised and
i applied on linen -to the part, and the
! vround will become cicatrized in a very
j short time.
Cause and Effect.
A Philadelphia correspondent of tho
' Baltimore Sun, in speaking of tbe tightness
of the money market, says: "I stepped in
to one of the fashionable jewelry stores in
. Chesnut street, and saw a lady purchase a
, lot of diamonds worth $525, and ordered
thorn to ,b. scrt ho. A
!.wa?5 1 'T 0,0 T-,. 1 .? '.nament of the new year, can do 6o by at once
, note of five thousand dollars at a shave
of four per cent, per month.v
A merchant broke in New York the oth
er day, who presented his wife with a
three thousand dollar shawl last winter.
A Chance for Pfii!cscphsrg3
Samuel W. Adkisson, of Ten1fesp, of
fers various premiums of twenty-five dol
lars for.solutionspfthe'following problems:
1, To establish one principle in mod-
em philosophy tbat assumes nothing as
n whv tbe bottom
n why tne pottom
uld bo only two
2. For a good reaso
uuuiw ui duiu"ic3 duuuiu uu uui unu
.,.o r,i.:i 1 1 J
ft ml onfl ! rritf tliron
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3. Wby the front wheels of a wagon
should be jso low as to cause tho front
bolster to be tbe lowest. .
4. Why the outer edge of the rim of
a waff on wheel should be thinner than the
SWJiy tbe inside of a bprse-shoo
should be concave, and have .narrow heels.
The value of the articles which have
passed over the Erie canal the present
yedr, is estimated at $39,626,362 being
$5,242,448 more than the value ,pf the
freights last year,
Awful Calamity!-Los, of the
Ship 2a?frdEiirc with 214
Halifax, Jan, 3.
The packet ship Staffordshire, from
Liverpool, for Boston, was wrecked off
' Gape Sable, on Friday last, the 30th ult.
j and her officers and crow, 34 in number,
, with 180 passengers, principally omi-
grants, all perished.
At the late sale of unclaimed baggage that
tin J nnnnmnlntnJ nt T lit U 1MT. . T CI J
"u auumuiaicu u. mc jiuiciuilk;ii iwuumu
iDePot' a.?unr ?an named Wil.,a?? Hisling,
. was particularly tortunate. At the beginnine.
, ot the sale he got his eve upon a trunk that he
t fnnR.Rtl would het ii harem in. nnH nnrnifprl with
a commendable patience until the auctioneer
it op TheJe WM nQthing pecu. r about
its shape ; it looked as if it might in its time
have cost 5 or 6. It was finally struck off
to Hisling at S 3.75.and it was no sooner done
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inaii nii uroceeaeu 10 open u, which was aone
... r xtu J- .
bv lo rcin.cr 11ir liasn. vVhcn its contents were
Im.rcroI nr...... CnmorlirtV Bfnr.Lincr. n lilnnlr
vest, pretty well worn and a ratherseedy black
frock coal. While he was examining the coat,
,cd, and there nicely laid away in its Folds he
j discovered ten $5 notes upon the Lafayette
Bank, Cincinnati, which proved to be genuine
notes. The laugh was then on theothers.de
of the house. Hisling took the money, gave
the trunk to a fellow standing by, and went
off satisfied not to venture any further in
There is said to be an old lady down
on Long island so very fat that her neigh
bors use her shadow for griddle greasing.
To keep her from rolling out of bed her
husband rolls her in ashes.
Colic in Horses. A Tennessee corres
pondent says: The best remedy that I
have tried for colic in horses is, one pint
of whiskey and two thirds of a teacup of
gunpowder. Mix well and drench the
horse. In ordinary cases the horse will
be well in half an hour.
J3S'John, how does the thermometer
'Against the wall, dad.'
'I mean, how is the mercury?'
'The Mercury is a tip-top Sunday pa
per.' 'You little rascal I is it not colder than
'I don't know, dad; but I'll go out and
feel it!' he left with a boot-jack after
k(orrjs & Willis's Home Journal.
The Home Journal of this week (the sec
ond number of the new series) contains an e
lafaorate and highly important communication
i from Dr. Cogswell, the librarian of the Astor
Library, descriptive of the plan and contents
of that insUiution; also, the usual letter from
Idlewild, and a large riumber of sparkling
paragraphs; the editors' original papers upen
"Dining Down Town," "Compensation of Au
thors," " Management of the London Times,"
etc. ; a well-writen article upon Mr. Alters'
new statue of Benjamin, by a clergyman of
Portland, introduced to the readers of the
Home Journal by John Neal ; Passages from
Sargenl'sMbrthcoming Life of the Poet Camp
pell; Goethe's opinion of Milton; a letter from
a lady in Tennessee upon manners north and
south ; besides a large number of interesting
paragra phs and countless items of intelligence,
literary, artistic, fashionable, personal and
The Home Journal begins a new volume
under the most favorable auspices, and at the
low price of two dollars a year, in advance.
Its columns during the present year, will pre
sent an unequalled array of entertaining and
'Sm, Z ZZZZ
suggestive reading. Those who wish to be-
MORRIS & WILLIS,
Editors and Proprietors, N. York.
..Mourns & Willis announce the following
arrangement, with the most popular of the
American Magazines, viz:
The Home Journal and either the Knick
erbocker Magazine, Harpers Magazine, or
Putnam" s Monthly, (published in this city,)
for one year, for 4
The Home Journal, and either G?o Jew's La
dys's Book, or Graham's Magazine, published
in Philadelphia, for one year, for $4
Orders, enclosing the amount, addressed to
, Monms & Willis, 107 Fulton street, will re-
r mi. . :AX '
fueive prompt, aiieniion. iiiulmu jjuiiuuiuaio
$rJ?re? WS! be SGnt t0 d,ffcretnt
jde8I red By an arrangement with the edi -
tors of the Home Journal, the proprietors ot,
lu.o ui uic xjiuiuc iuutiiai, iui uiuunciuio vi
the above-named works, will furnish subscri-
1 :u it... n:..n .l!i..
ibers with them as soon as they receive direc-
tIons t0 do so from this cstablishment.
Subscribe without delay,
Address, MORRIS & WILLIS.
Oti the 7th irist., by Rev. J. H. Sher
wood, Mr Daniel If. Wyckoff, of Strouds.
burg, and Miss Rosanna B. Schooley, of
Little York, N. J.
FOR RENT, . .
The room occupied by Wm', H.
White, as a Barbershop.
room is well adapted for a barber,
and n man of sober and industrious
habits will find ihia a good location.
furtharr particulars npply.to V. 'jr -5'
;'"' SYDENHA M: WA'IIION. ;.
Stfoiids.byrgj'iJdjitmry -5, 1.853. i.??. '
XDrpljans' ' tiuiri Sale.
By virtue of an order of the Orphans'
Court of the County of Monroe, the fol
lowing Heal Estate, formerly of James
Sebring, late of Poco township, in said
couuty, deceased, will be sold at public
vendife, on the premises, on
Saturday, the llih of February
next, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, a cer-
I fain Messuage or Teneraeift and Tract or
t pieo of Land, situate in Pocono township,
Monroe county, adjoining lands of John
Smith, Melchoir Smith, Jacob Bisbing,
and other lands of the said James Se
bring, deceased, containing
76 Acre and 151 Perches.
The improvements arc a
a story and a half high, and a
LOG- STABLE. About ten acres are
cleared four acres of which is meadow,
. Tlie residue of the tracfc is timberiand.
' There is a small stream of water on!2L
the premises and good spring of water
near the door.
Tho terras and conditions will be made
known at the time and place of sale, by
By the Court.
M. H. Dreiier, Clerk.
January 12, 1854.
JOHN N. STOKES
lecTed SelF S
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IV) iii X m Jiy S) 3
Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, &c.
which have been purchased for cash and must
be sold. "
His experience in the Mercantile Business, i
has enabled him to appreciate to the fullest ,
degree, the wants and desires of the commu-1
nity; and now flatters himself that he has
made ample provision for all who may favor
him with their custom. Very thankful for
the liberal patronage which has been bestow
ed upon him; he respectfully asks a conlin
flance of the same, feeling satisGed that it
will be to the advantage of all to examine his
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Stroudsburg, January 5, 1853.
The following School Books, many of them
recently published, are perhaps the mobt
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 4 large body of intelligent educa
tors. DR. BULLIONS
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
ishing institutions in every State of the il
nion. Dudd's Elementary and Practical Arith
metic. Dodd's High School Arithmetic.
Dodd's Elements of Algebra.
Schell's Introductory Lessons in Arith
metic. This series of arithmetics, with Dodd's
Algebra, has received the best claim to pub
lic favor possible that of being highly ap
proved by thorough Arithmeticians, after J
using them in the school room.
Olney's School Geography and Atlas.
Olney's Quarto Geography.
Whitlock's Geometry and Surveying.
All that these books need is a careful ex
amination J. S. denman's SERIES.
The 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 28th, 1853.
We are now using the Students' Series in
our schools and think they are the very best.
Small children can learn lte.c? 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 H. GORDON.
Wm. II. W OLFE,
RALPH B. GUIS WOLD
LEW IS VAIL,
The school directors of Stroud township
have resolved that they be used in all U13
schools of the township.
Mr. Cottinaham, thesunerintendeni of the
Public Schools of Easlon, is introducing the
! hol series' (Geographies, Readers, A-
1 rjlhmelic6 &c.f) tliere.
: e have appointed Mr. Lewis Vajt our a-
. Wo hirp nnncil
j t nj aUiU)rize him to introduce the a
n . . .1!
bove books at very low rates. Applications
can be made to him or us.
,AU kinds of Hooks and Stationary for sale
at low ratps.
PRATT', WOODFORD & Co.
No. 4 Courtlandt St., New York.
December 1st, 1853.
C. U. Waruick,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the cit
zens of Stroudsbuig and the surround
ing country, that he still continues the above
business, and may be found at his establish
ment on Elizabeth street. All orders for Pa
per Hanging will be punctually attended lo,
j and executed in the best style, upon the most
reasonable terms, w
N. B.WINDOW SASH, painted' and
glazed, of ajl sze constantly nn hand and
for aale ,at theabovetestablishiiient. 11 . J
- '.oudsburg, April 15, l852.-p;lyTs ,
Just burnt and now on hand for sale by the
subscriber as follows: 850,000 ai his kiin
at airouasburg, and iSOU,OUW ai his Kiln at and beat Uabmet Furniture, at the Peoples s
Dutotsburg, near the Delaware Water Gop.j gp5j. Cabinet-Ware Roomst(appo
The&e brick will be sold on the most reason-1 gjyiOA.jK site Robert Boy's store, iu tho
able terms, as the subscriber wishes to quit borough of Stroud iburg,)'this
the business as soon as he can dispose of fiiJe of New York.
his stock of brick. He also offers his brck The undersigned, having purchased .tho
yard, house and lot, with. a large body of clay arge anu extensive Cabinet Ware Rooma
at Dutotsburg. alt in good order, and new, ateiy occupied by Frederick Philips, would
for sale. Any person wishing to engage in j respectfully inform the citizena of Strouds
ihe business, can do well by purchasing bur r and vicjnjty tmt he intends carrying on
said esaibhaljment the Cabinet making business in all its various
UI LI. JAM b. V EMUTE. branches; and is now prepared to receive or
Stroudsburg, October 2, 1853. Iderg and' atlend lo a, caFjl3 m every thinff
ff.,. .-n.-i . ; . . in his line of business. The undersigned
V&l'ACCmOl 5 A UlltC. j will keep on hand and furnish to order
Estate of Phoebe Fowler, late of the Borough . G00(l aiM IlailuSGBlC Furniture,
of Stroudsburg; decesed. fas cheap ag can be soia anywhere. The
Notice is hereby given that Letters Testa- following articles can be examined in hia
mentary upon said estate have been granted Ware Rooms:
to the undersigned. AH persons indebted to . Sofas, of various styles and patterns;
said estate, are requested to make immediate ' Sideboards, Secretaries, Wardrobes, In
payment, a nd those having claims or demands rcaux, of various paterns.
against the same, will present them for set-j
ALEXANDER FOWLER, Ex'or.
Stroudsburg, Oct. 1, 1853 6t.
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Ad-.
mmslratioa upon the Estate of Abraham
Fowler, late of Hacken Sack, Bergen County,
N. J. deceased, have been granted by the
Register of Wills in and lor the County of .
Monroe, state of Pennsylvania, to the uader-i
signed, residing in the Borough of Strouds-
. O 1
uurr. -fill persons inaeuieu to saiu jsiaie
' l F0 mtm-Cnt at t
r.'u !!wt tlj '
J"He'"'u pi use t iuuuj uu.v auuicuuuicu (
, " ALEXANDER FOWLER, Au or.
Slroudsburf, Oct. 1, 1853 Gr.
i M r wj-ji i Ktiii Mil i in
The undersigned respectfully begs leave to
inform the citizens of Monroe county, that he
has opened a new Marble Yard in the Bor
ough of btroudsburg, on Llizabeth street,
nearly opposite the Union Hotel, where he
will keep on hand American and Foreign
Marble, and holds himself in readiness to fur
nish Chimney Pieces, Cabinet Marble, Mon
uments, Tombs, and Head Stones, &c. de
signed and executed with neatness and des-
patch. . M. M. BURNETT, Agt.
I for Peter Smith.
September 1, 1S55. Cm.
Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds
of furniture, cabinet-ware, coffins, etc.
at his stand on the Mil ford road, two
miles from Slroudsbiirff.
Qt7"Ready-made coffins of all qualities
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and Bizes kept constantly on hand and for
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sa e at l ie lowest cash price.
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A hearse on hand at a I times, and will at-
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iuiiu luueiuis 11 ueaiicu.
October 20, 1853. ly.
In Press : and will be published as soon as
completed, in one'lSmo. volume of
about 500 pages,
ITS HISTORY, CHARACTER. AND RESULTS; ITS
SANCTITIES AND PROFANITIES; ITS SCIENCE
A WD ITS FACTS ;
Demonstrating its Influence, as a civilized
Institution, on the Happiness of the In
dividual and the Progress of the Race.
T. INichols, M. D , and Mrs. M. S. Gove
Published by the Authors, at their Reform
Bookstore, G5 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
T. L. NICHOLS, M.D.
G5 Walker-st , New York
fJESPEOTFULLY inform the Mer
" chants of Stroudsburg and vicinity,
that they have ou hand and arc manufac
turing PUKE 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 purcbasing elsewhere.
Stroudsburg, June 10, 1853
TEN DOLLARS A DAY!
I offer for sale upwards of 7iiry different
Resceipts, many of which have been sold for
from $5. to &L0 a ucice. and in the sale and
manufacture of these anv one of enenrv can
make Ten Dollars a day. oo hour, and can be propelled by any power
Address " L. P. Atioatcr," Boston Massa from four horse, to any which may be desired,
chusetts, enclosing one dollar and the whole! The entire cost of a mill calculated to make
number of Receipts will bp forwarded by one barrel of flour to the hour, does not ex
relurn mail. .ceed 8400. Those desiring to purchase a
All letters must be post-paid.
December 15, 1853.
TANNERY FOR SALE,-
The undersigned will sell at
private sale a small Tannery and
Twelve acres of Land, w'ith the
improvements, situated in n desira
ble part of the County for Bark and other
J. H. WALTON.
Stroubsburg, Dec. 15, 1853.
11 VERY STAJBIrE. "
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The proprietors of this tob.wh- stroudsburg, May 27, I852.-6m. -raentare
prepaicd to furnish the pub-( o J
lie with all tho conveniences mm
can be required in this business. Having
lately added new stock, it will be found that
our new Omnibus is just the thing for partic.
nn nlnnKiirfl trinM. marriaffo excursions," &c.
Wo npure tho nublic that our stock is all
good and reliable, and are at all times pre-
pared to furnkh every variety of vehicles, - -
Stable oirWiUiam street, adjoining Katuz'a
Blacksmith shqp, -
., , .KAi;TZ .& HtJNIHSMN.-, "
StmutQiurg.-Aug" JiA953 iy.f ' . . ,
81,000 REWARD. -
The above reward will be paid for the ap
prehension of any person who will say that
Isaac H. Loder does not sell the cheapest
Cupboards, of different kinds;
Card, Center, Side, Breakfast, and Dining
Wash Stands, Twist, Small and Large
Etagere, What-Notes, Music Stands, Sofa
(Tables, Tea Tables, Oval and "'Serpentina
iT'nliloc nfijnoco Wlint.nr.c Tf.inr'tf Wnrlf
tabI Refreshment tables, Divans, and a
al assortraent of Cottage Furniture on
and an( made tQ Qrdcr
(-Varnishing and refairing done on short
notice and on resonMe term
A handsoine assortment of Gilt, Mahogany
aad Walnut Looking Glass and Picture
a. c, ,incnr;ni;nn ,;n k nnne'nt.
tept on hand and made to order.
CAfe&? Ready-made coffins kei
a 1 I I lit rzmrzt V UL.JL.1 lULll'll llll Lf LiVJIIu LUli 1.
f&ZZaai made to order and in the best
'style, at short notice. A hearse will also bo
j furnished when desired.
' Lumber and-country produce of all kinds
; taken in exchange for Cabinet Ware, Give
,usa call before purchasing elsewhere.' Re
member the place is opposite R. Boy a
ISAAC H. LODER.
Stroudsburg, March 24, 1853.
Fits! Fits! Fits!
' THE VEGETABLE EXTRACT "
For the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, and
all JS'ervous and Constitutional Diseases.
Persons who are laboring under this dis-
, tressing malady will find the Vegetable Epi
leptic Pills to be the only remedy ever dis
covered for curing Epilepsy, or Falling Fits.
Tkcse Pills possess a specific action on
the nervous system; and, although they are
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Fits, they will be found or especial benefit
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Uor a persons aiSicteu with weak nerves, or
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1 vvnose nervous system has been prostrated or
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shattered from any cause whatever, inenron-
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superinduced by nervousnes-, they are ex
Price 3 per box, or two boxes for 5.
Persons out of the city, enclosing a remit
tance, will have the Pills sent them through
the mail, free of postage. For sale by Setu
S. Haxce, No. 103 Baltimore street, Balti-
more, Md., to whom orders from all parts of
the Union, must be addressed, post paid.
June 2, 1853. ly.
DR. J. LAWTZ, DEKTIST,
Has permanently located him
self in Stroudsburg, and moved
his offlce 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
quently put off until it is too late to save the
tooth or teeth as it may be, otherwise the in
convenience and trouble ot going so far.
Hence the necessity of obtaining the services
of a dentist near home. All work warranted.
April 29, 1853,
EVERY MAN HIS OWN MILLER.
Clark's Patent combined grindingand bolt
ing mill, is an invention which cannot fail
coining into general use, turning out as it
does from the wheat extra flour, superfine,
middlings, ship stuff and bran, at a single op
eration, and in the most complete manner.
This tiuly scientific mill fills a space of but
three feet m diameter, and five feet high, is
worked by a single shaft, capable of grinding
.and bolting from three to ten bushels of wheat
mill, or the patent for counties or townshipa
in Pennsylvania, are requested to address
Wm. Heilman, or call at No. 41 lirown strcer,
September 1, 1853. 3t.
The subscriber has opened
hia new Hotel and is ready to
accommodate all who may fa
vor him with their custom..
JOHN H, MELI0KX
Notice is hereby given to the Stockholdera' "
I of the Belmont and , Easton Turnpike Road
ComnanV. that an Election will be held at
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the house of lK W. Lerch, in South Canaan,
" Wayne Co. on Monday, the 9th day of Jau
I unry, 1854, at 2 o'clock P. M. for election of
Officers of the said Company for the ensuing..
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.QADRIELJIOWELL,.; . '
South Canaan,: 2Ji'853; T;-" 4