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giatc tlfbts'out of the public lands. Let this Con
fess look to it, or ihcy will not find their scats
m the next Congress.
Classification- of Senators. In the Se
nate on the 12th hist., accordingto the provi
sions of the amended constitution the Senators
proceeded to draw for the classification, which
resulted as follows :
JjlRST CLASS IN 1810,
John B. . Stcrigere, Thomas E. Cochran, A
SEGOND CLASS, 841.
Henry S. Splickmannioinas Williams, Find
THIRD CLASS, 1S42.
John C. Fulmer, Robert "Elcrning.
The Senate now stands as follows :.
Senators whose terms expire in 1840
Samuel Stevenson, Philadelphia
Hcnrv Myers, Delaware.
Wm.T. Roge., Bucks.
John Miller, Berks. ,v -
James A. Caldwell Lancaster, ;;JSk
James M. Bell, Huntingdon. v
Charles Frailcy, Schuylkill, .
John 13. Sterigere, Montgomery. ;
Thomas E. Cochran, York.
Abraham Short2, Northampton. , g.
Senators whose terms expire in 4841.
Michael Snyder, Philadelphia county. ,
Ebenezer Kingsbury, jr. Wayne.
Eh'hu Case, Bradford.
Samuel M. Barclay, Bedford.
Charles B. Penrose, Cumberland. . . ;
Thomas C. Miller, Adams. . "
John J. Pearson, Mercer. ...
Joseph M. Sterrett, Erie. -Henry
S. Spackman, Philadelphia... .
Thomas Williams, Allegheny. . .
Findlay Patterson, Armstrong.
Senators whose terms expire in -1842.
Frederick Fraley, Philadelphia. .
Charles Brown, Philadelphia.county.
Nathaniel Brook, Chester.
John StroLm, Lancaster.
John Killinger, Lebanon. ,
Robert P. Maclay, Union. ,
Robert Fleming, Lycoming.
John H. Ewing, Washington
William F Coplan, Fayette.
Samuel Hays, V enango.
John C. Plumer, Westmoreland?
of the fire was such as to leave no hope, the
passengers commenced throwing the deck
freight overboard, probably in the expectation
that some parts of it would remain lloating and
might be the means of saving some of thdm.
Oaptain H. assisted in throwing about ten bales
of cotton overboard, and in leaping on one of
them. One of the firemen ef the boat also suc
ceeded in gelling on the same bale, and these
two, by means of a pieco of board which they
picked up, succeeded in keeping the bale head
on to the sea until about four o'clock in the mor
ning,, when tfie balo capsized, but riglfled again
with both of them on it-. Until this time they
had kept the upper part of their bodies compar
atively dry, but wero now completely wet to the
skin. And now the fireman began to despond,
talked of his wife and children, told Captain H.
that his name was Cox, and that he resided in
Oak street, New York. Oaplain II. endeavor
ed to cheer him up, and at last lashed him to
the bale ; but at about 9 o'clock in the morning
ho expired. At 11 o'clock Captain II. was res
cued by Captain Meeker, in the sloop Merchant,
This same vessel also rescued Captain Man
chester, the pilot, and a fireman named Smith,
who were each on a bale of cotton. The fire
man savs, that soon after the fire was discover
ed, he sought refuge on the rudder, expecting
the boiler would burst, but whilst there, two
boys who could not swim, entreated him to
give them his place, which he consented to, on
condition that they threw him a bale of cotton,
which they did, and to which he swam. The
boat then drifted some distance ahead of him,
but when her upper works were burned, he a
gain floated near her, and saw several of the
passengers and crew on piece's of the wreck.
They, however, gradually became exhausted
and fell oft.
Captain Manchester, the Pilot, adds little to
the above particulars he and the fireman last
spoken of were badly frozen.
Capt. Hillard estimates the number of pas
sengers atone hundred and fifty; but Captain
Manchester says he thinks there were not more
than seventy-five on board, and we find that the
atter number is considered at the office of the
Company to which the boat belonged, to be the
nearest probability. What chance Is there that
any more have been saved 1 Captain liillard
says, that at about eight o'clock in the morning
schooner beating to westward passed him
THE APPALLING DISASTER TO THE ,T , , f "" u"
LEXINGTOY ' ls P0SSI'e sne lua)"
... T x ' i have fallen in with some of the other passeii-
Below will be found, (says the Philadelphia gers floating on pieces of the wreck. The con
Jrquirerofthc 17th mst.) a detailed statement Hagration of the boat was seen from Norwalk
oi the appalling disaster to the steamboat Lex- J and Bridgeport, on the Connecticut shore, but
jngton. The painful details cannot but excite ' lue state of the tide and the ice prevented them
sensations of the deepest sympathy in every ' getting out their boats to go to her assistance
mini Only three individuals are thus far known ! and though the attempt was made, it was found
to have been saved, though a hope is entertain- i impossible to succeed
d that we may still be.able to add to the num- j h js stated in somo'of the accounts that the
u .i t 1 gazette has ascertained ; not r0nes were burned. This is not correct!
vd ana repaireu morouguiy, ana was in excel- swered
i . .j : J j .1 t . I
ling stoaniboat disaster. Much censure is
lavished upon the proprieiers of the boat. Tiles
fourth survivor was I lie second mate oi the Ja-
ted steamer, Mr Coin.nv. He floated ashore
on a bale of cotton, on which he had been two
days and two nights.' His fiingcrs and both
feet were frozen as stiff as marble, and he was
without either coat or hat. It was found neces
sary to cut olV his boots. He was improving
at the last dates. The steamboat Statesman,
which was dispatched on Thursday by the pro
prietors of the Lexington, lo cruise on the
sound in search of bodies and the trunks of
passengers, returned to New York on Saturday.
Five bodies were recovered. On.6 identified
was that of Stephen Waterbury, of the firm of
Mead & Wateiburv of New York. Upon an
other was found a mcmorandom book with-- the
name of Philo Upson, South Egremont, Mass.
One was that of a little boy, probably four or
five years old. The others from their- appear-,
ance, were probably deck- hands of the boat.
Philada. lnq. Jan. 20.
The LnxixGTO.v-r-The New York papers
of yesterday furnish us with a few more par
ticulars in relation to the Lexington. Twelve
dead bodies have deen recovered in all. The
number of sufferers is now estimated at 120.
The faces of i all the bodies discovered by the
Statesman, were much scorched with fire.
Captain Manchester, the pilot sates that in re
lation to the spucie on board, that having one
bucket on the forward deck to bail water with,
the passengers burst the heads of the specie
kegs in, emptied the money out, and used the
kegs in the place of buckets.
The five bodies brought by the Statesman,
have been identified, with the exception of
that of a little boy about four years of ago He
was found about fifteen miles from the scene of
the disaster, and is probably one of two chil
dren who with a gentleman and lady came
from the Philadelphia boat on Monday afternoon.
When discovered his face was covered with a
lady's green Veil, the last act of a mother's love
endeavoring to screen the features of her boy
from the adf aneing flames.
2' John FaiinsevlIarnilt&T
3 James an Buskirk. Stroud,
4 "Daniel B. Burnett, ' do. A
5 Peter Kunkle, Chcsnuthill. ' '
6 Charles Labar, M. Smttbfield,
7 Philip Kresge, Ghesnuthill
8 Peter Storm, Price,
-0 George Krcsge, Chesnuthiil
10 Peter Kcmmerrer, Hamilton, .
1 1 nanier ScTabacn, icoss, 1 ;
12 John Edinger.Pocono,
13 Andrew Frutchy, Srmihfi&li, "
14 BaSeyTecker, do.
15 JosehVltemus, Chesnutlv.il,
16 VancurlSBush, Stroud, ' .
17 Williem Bisbing, Pocono,
18 John DowittM. Smithfield,
19 Franklin Slarfird, Stroud.
20 Emanuel Gutlaaules. M. Smithfield,
22 John IlohensheiaUi sen. Stioud,
23 Jacob Bush, PriEeJf
24 Jacob Gramer, Sifiithfield,
25 David Ruth, RossTs.
20 Jacob BittenbenderHamilton,
27 Charles J. WaUon, Chcsnuthill, .j
28 Benjamin Price, Price,
29 Peter Newhart, Pocono,
30 John ITofierd, Stroud, ZL
31 John Wolf, Smithfield,
32 Abraham Berry, Tobyhanna, '
33 Samuel Ruth, Hamilton,
34 Joseph S Tcel, Chcsnuthill, 't
35 Matbew G.J. G rattan, M. Smithfield,
3G John Pope, Coolbaugh.
Philaiia. In. Jan. 21.
f The- 3lFl-mM. feKPVUi
J will lu: prinUid on. ;i s.psr-rcya-I bhuotjj
'Tquality, -:' v'U j.ood ivpe. " , "'
t I iiRi? $'J m lidruri.-r-; .$;i,3 at tho !nd of
six months, and ti0 if uU p.ijd before the ex
piration of the year. j"d subscription taken for
a less term than, six months.
.1 new Weekly Paper, to be published atStrouds
burg, Monroe County, Pa., and Miford
Pike County, Pa., simultaneously
"The whole art of Government consists in the art
oi being fconcst. Jefferson.
opinion that General Harrissnn has lived in a
Jenierder, provided withthw- boats, including st0Dnif(l anfl th.n hr.,1 ,.nr h-.,A ,n(.t,i log- cabin' long enough, and intend on the 4th
irr i .. J : .m . ! r . "" ,"vl iuuj (
her helm tin to the
Wo were called to view a few days since a
new article in the coach?making linedierc, made
by the ingenious Mr. Blair, Race street above
Eighth. It is a vehicle after the form of a
Kusslan Drosky, and is intended lor a nhvsi-
'.. 1 r. t. . c . t .
wan oi mis cny. ius penecuy ncautuul. com
pact and strong, and there is o question
when its conveniences are known the use of it
will find much favor, The bodv of it is so low
that one can step in and out without much dif
ficulty, and the arrangments are such, that it
has the snugness and. comfort of a close carri
age with the lightness of a one horse vehicle.
JjL4'isrlLis jmifitLthai JheinflDnleare,.of
a iiie-ooat, anaa nre engine, witn the necessa-; nnd cbnint: rniinfA.-l w;tt, T,,,,i,u. : m of March. 184. tn nivn bun A-pa rmt nf ilio
i 1 , i iw u.i tuuuci. ii iruum J to" ' ...... - - v .
y 8UW'.ua a-ume. " c : long belore have been useless. That she
had, as the law requires, iron rods and tiller nrnvMn) whh iY,nm io inJion.,.,!
rni i-y m - , I' - i-j iiiuic -utauiu
-mP lefin llfO l"kr.t litaihanflinKf. rs '
td before she got into the water.
From the New York Courier.
Tiie city was vesterdav thrown into -a
Yet we cannot but think that the company
to which the boat belonged are highly censur
able for encumbering her deck with so much
! freight, particularly with a material so infiam-
-uu ut Aueiiic coubieruauoa, oy lmeiugence , mabie as cotton. Donb v npnimMo nrP ii,
ia most, fatal accident having befallen the in the present instance, 'as we know that no't
steamboat Lexington, which left here on Mon- j three weeks since, a fire broke out on board thi
day afternoon, under the command of Captain same boat among the goods on deck, which was
George Child, on her usual trip to Stonington. not extinguished without considerable loss.
v e hagaihered from Captain Hillard. al- i Not onlv is thn da
J " "t3vu- " J UlJU.i,U
great white house in Washington city.
because senience against an evil work is not
executed speedily therefore the nearts of the sons
of men are fully set in them to do evil.
Upwards of fifty thousand ba!c?i of Cotton have
already been received at Macon, Ga.
rnosi tneonly survivor, at least as present ap- of a sreamboat, with merchandize all around
pearances lead us to dread from this awful rand sparks falling among it, but the difficulty
scencot death, from Captain Brooks of the New of getting to the snot which has ignited be-
.--WnrT rrtn.I 1 .
stcwiwBi, who receivca oapiam nil- comes proportionablv increased, and prevents
lard on board from the sloop Merchant, Capt. j it being extinguished when discovered, a it
-uoeker. who rescued him, and from CaDtain '. natnHv will ffofn, ;t Uc, ,;.! u
, -j .--.. wauav a uu ililiuu illliLli
Jennings, jf the sloop Gane, who left South
ort, to w Incn place the sloop Merchant be
ing. j, and whither she had returned,, the fol
iov.U 'p.irticulars of this distressing event :
The New York Gazette in speaking of the
above disaster, says-:
i i, i - , . v A uuiiiiis iiave gone uown to a dcain in
the Lexington prosecuted her vovar-e umi i.i...i. 7 , b , a,. "
,-,!- ,. f . , i i i - . u.nvin.i. w jjuse gioom win never no dispelled
, - ... , ..nwi ,)r rf( MftVW hi' ti r:i- nl i., f n lc 1
'rI.' r. i ( t . .... V -
between Eaton's Neck and Crane's Neck
i ure was discovered to have broken Out near
A letter from llarrisburg dated Tuesday, and
posted, at the Philadelphia Exchange, says" A
bill passed the House on a second reading, this
morning, by a vote of G7 to 23, directing the Banks
of the Commonwealth' to resume specie, payments
for all their notes and liabilities (except such de-
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11 The greatest good to- the greatest number?
Believing, that the great principles of democ
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gistrate of the Nation, Martin Tax Burex,
the JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. u-Jli
decidedly, but honorably oppose his re-election
iu iiigu aim responsioio station which he
It will firmly oppose the " Independent Trea
sury bcheme, and all other schemes having
for their object tbe concentration in the hands
of one man, and that man the President of tho
Nation, all power over the public moneys, a
power, which, when combined with that vr&u
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A MEETING of the "Total Abinonce So
ciety" will be held on Wednesday evening, 4th.of.
Febuary proximo, at the Mothodist Church in this'
Borough, at early , candle fight. A lecture is cx-,
pected to be' delivered, and thereafter a Secretary
for the Society is to be elected.
By rcijvest of the Secretary pto. tcmr
C 1 1 I , 11 t It 4 C - - W
- oirounsuurg, juuiiuiy 01, icviu.
T.L persons indebted to the Estnto of JOHN
STARBIRD, late of Stroud towr.sliip, Monreo
county, deceased, are requested to make immediuto
payment ; anil those haying diniatl& against tho
said Estate, are dosirod to present them in proper
order for settlement.
January 31, 1S10. 0t. Executrix.
nnilJE Subscriber, in addition to his Fall sup-
3 ply lias just received a full ajd complete a--
ortmentol tiUUIlb admirably aoapte.1 to ;ne s;a
son, consisting of
Ji'Y Goods, Groceries C'rotitsery.
' Iliirtl and Ho!!ow Ware,
STEEL, NAILS, and NAIL RODS, in fart a
complete assortment of all kinds of goods us':allv
kept in a country stores'all of which he is disposed
to sell at moderate prices.
N. B. Grain and Country produce, White and
yellow pine boards will be taken in exchange ; al
so, oak joist, X;c. &c
WILLI M EASTBURN.
Stroudsburg, Jan. I5th, 18l0. . .
TSI13 subscriber respectfully informs the citi
zens of Stroudsburg and the public cencratlv.
that he has taken the shop reccitly occupied by
James Palmer, on Elizabeth street, nearly opposito
tlje Stroudsburg House, in this JJornujrh, wherj
he intends carrying on the Cabinet Making busiT
ness in all its various branches.
He shall keep constantly oh hand or make to or.
der all kinds of fourniture :
Sideboards, Burea??s, Sofas, Centre,
iablcs, Bi'ealtfast and JDiiiisa Tfifeiea,
Wasli Stands SSedsteads, &v, &c.
together with every other article usually keot at
such establishments ; all of which he will seli at
the Easton prices.
As his materials will be of the best quality, and
all articles manufactured at bis establishment will
be done by first rate workmen, be confidently as
sures the public that his endeavors $o render gen
eral satisfaction will not be unrewarded.
He respectfully invites the public to call and ex
amine his 6tock before purchasing elsewhere.
Chairs, Settees, &c. will be kept constantly on
hand and for sale.
Stroudsburg. Jan. 15, 1840.
lorm the inhabitants of Stroudsburg, uadp-iei-uity,
that ho continues ,n nnnl-Mnuni vi-
itoeainu mem. i tie horrors' o that sceno posiisas tnc Banks have .,rvt, witt. tt, ,in..e;t-
C3(PneVer 03 realized nfv?r niTrn Jmnrritmr) nrs ulinll Iio n!,t in on i i .- -i , ....
1.12 S'ni!." ninn m1n...r U.I . I . .
t i .1 -w c- .... n i t wmwui mi:iu o: inese wno remain-
t S ??1-. -3 ,0llamid ,ho burning S,e,s of ,1,0 vessel
ln-iiiiol water thrown from it nn ih? flmi.. t-.i. , - 11 . .5
i iiiii i i i 111 i ii' ii iimho: iir i in rrnpi ii'.iv 'm.
them : but ths snr,? Mth c,, . , , T, . ... "VV
iw , ' .. t - IieSSeu DV tllli h :irrt hi lnws th-jf rntrn.i
h-was last seen in the wheel house
L,ct.ne im.novable, and the course of the boat I i T" ?
w, rred about two miles from the land. Here ! t 'B ' ,
continued to burn until about three o'clock! 1,?" .1
Lurneryille, Bucks county, Pa.
at soon all aM. t ,. w I . .. M v iuSsu aV0!indanes rown.mr.
i possible, and it continued to work lor a time ! L :'le'a"' bol- Rfc county, to
- r. r..i i rt . ... . ...... ji nn out vk;. aiiu 11113 .Trtrii-iii.- i i ,ii.i-w..;u tj..-i..
W then dLnLod to steer the Lit r Vetl Sed wj T '
i la nearest nan of the Lou IslnnJ l,nr I ? w"esseu .o-s su?h mmil naturc ls
. i rareiv cai ni 1 .1 .. i
it i h ' - ti u.iuutu uicru, uurreu
l .d n. In fifteon imn..t h,.fA.w i, ! I" m0'e i"rt-rending than agony is often
' SUIC I ft! ,1- ,,,,, ,,,, .1 J!, " ,
... .,wi,t hj m.iji iiitii; warn wurn spvnrflr
erest that link one human beinr
on this nnrfh I h mntlw-r lUnm
, ' m V lillliut 141V 1 y
u the morning, when what remained of her . T e ,n,ul unl"; ??? SaV . I'erisa f
CI1U. OUtMl J V HI1 IL III Willi
and distracted utterance of its father's name
There, did the husband and father breathe his
last inspiration for thc wife of his bosom, and
the child of his heart, left but few brief hours
before in a happy homo, and that moment un-j
onseious of his fate. On that sad snot, noon !
bleak and stormy coast of Lonff Island.
Ver KfiVrnl mi'irnct nnrl 1n'ii-oef rnlniinno
I I Illl . ... . . . .
-xmgtvu IwJ three boats besides. whihujU - ll,e'.. fnere n.e 'red beneatii tho blue
" 1 jriTCt '1 I f fit. it II'.,.. I . t , ( . .-, I I . v In 1 .
' " , niuk h us iuii.u lit nit;. All onuii
" Tliou canst notBainc one tender tic,
But thorc, Jis.olvetl, its relics lie."
In Philadelphia, on the 21st inst., by the Ilgy.
William Dean, of Stroudsburg,
nliss Sarah K. Mathcws&ot
in-Chief of the American forces, Mj'-'ary and
Naval, together with an enonm-jS 0lncial pa-
x""n- nun iiii.,0 powerful than
the executive of the Br.dsir Nation, and in
short make our Govcr:,nient de ftut0 an Eec.
It will ever -.nalntaii, lhat the. WolFare- of our
vountry a)ti t,e preservation of her Republican
niaiuu..,0tis should be the first and only senti-
'Miis oi our Hearts m the choice of our public
servants ; umriionesty, iidelity, and capability,
are the only true tests of merit ; that all mon
are created equal, and, therefore, should alike
enjoy the privileges conferred on them by the
Constitution without being subject to proscrip
tion, or coerced by the influence of party.
The columns of the JEFFERSONIAN
REPUBLICAN will ever be open to the free
discussion of all political questions, believing
as we do, that there is no liberty where both
sides may not he heard, and where one portion
of freemen are denied the priviletre of declar-
; .u: ; .. .i i " . "-'
nig mou- senumenis inrougn tnc medium ol the,
rress, because they diller from the majority,
me JJiiTJiitsuiNlAiN KISPUU LlilATVT
will ever take a lively interest in the nfiaira of
Monroe and Pike, and of tho S'.r.f.hm.nl A
, . .
Vongressionat districts with wltich thov ...p
The Farmer, the Merchant, the Areniinnfo.
and the Laborer, will each find a friond in the
columns of the JEFFERSONIAN RTCPT1R.
LICAN. Duo care will be taken to furnish its
readers with the latest Foreign and Domestic
News, and such Miscellaneous rending as will
be both interesting and instructive. In short it
is designed to mako tho paper worthy of an ex
tensive patronage, both from the strictly mnml
tone which it will, ever possess, and thn nffWric
of tho editor to make it a aood and
List of persona drawn r& servo as Grand Jurors
at February sessien, 1510.
1 Vxn. McNcal, Hamilton,
2 George Dershimer, ChesnuthiU.
3 Alfred Drake, Stroud,
4 George Ace, Smithfield,
5 David Fenner, do.
6 John L. Staples, Stroud,
7 George Wolf, do.
8 Adam Andrews, do.
0 John Brotzinan, Tobyhanna,
10 Francis J. Smith, Stroud,
It v.tre needless to attempt to describe the
' -f no of agonized confusion which ensued a
'iong the pa&seagers, and indeed all on board,
;.s won as the fire was discovered No ordor
was preserved, or any attempt nude to preserve I
v,rt3 UL)ara was ,
llrnii'iimw tVim.awl ..r , U - i . , mu
v iuu wac-ei, was struck i
y i lie paddies, and broken to pieces
T .1 i .i . . . . 1
I A .tn " lvt.il ill.. l : i ,
wuiie &ne was un-
ucr lull way, and immediately sw.-unped. Some
twenty of jhem who had life preservers about
Mem, jumped overboard, and the rost were last
i--en as the flames drove them from the higher
;urts of the steamboat, clinging in clusters to
'ac guard-braces, where they hun.r. till all wnnt
L lown toffether.
Captain Hillard, formerly of tlie ship Tvlissis
wt'jjpj, of this port. escaped VJran theprogre'ss
1 1 George Metzjior, Smithfield.
ie James Newhart, Hamilton,
Hi John Frankcniield, Stroud,
M Luke Brodhead, Smithfield,
15 Casper Me'tzger, Hamilton,
10 Nicholas Hawk, Chcsnuthill,
17 Leonard Bartron, Smithfield,
J.y ueorge IjAjvk, Ghesnuthill,
i. i . i.i , wtmtjjmf1"'!
ii wrt: uifiiosi ioo mucn to uwen on such a 20 WbSHT Hamilton
uiuiutj. lue neari grows liquid wiuie we L'l jatha
write." Peace to lhe dead and grace and con
solation, to the living comfort to tho mourner
and resignation" to the surviving relative !
22 John Delons, do.
23 John V. Cooibaugh, M. Smithfield,
a-i JotmMictiaei, jr.
The LsxiaoTOs. We haVe" so.r - idditi I n M8i .ClZT Un 10 serve a3ctlt Juror8 Rt
Jal pamcidars in relation mtl- - ' '
-. p ".uu jienry, rocono,
np.sfnnitnn t x Tir , t-n t . ,.t- i
t unit ii,, at ins pstaunsn
ment, on Elizabeth street, and where a gener
al supply is constantly kept on hamL Thoao
wishing to purchase good articles, anil at rr.a
''jnable prices, will do well to call and-exumino
jhis assortment before purchasing elsewhere.
STOVE PIPE of all sizes to .suit pur
chasers' always on hand cheap for cash.
, Stroudsburg, Jan. 15, 1840.
7 JOHN H. MELIQJC,
T ESPJSCTFttJMY infonn.s tho inhnhi.
JL tantd of Monroe and adjoining Countie.'i, tint
he is ready at all times to uhsclmrge Ins duties
to all who may favor hiujRvith their custom.
Mending and Engravingjheatly executed.
Clocks, Watches, and Alusipjbxes repaired
JO'Always on hand, and for saleTSfearieiv
of Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry
cj. i..i..i y . - . J
wjuuuubuurg, Jan.. i.o, la'lU,
' n uujiu copartnership heietoforp exibiinfflHr
iwceutiie subscribers trading under thtfShi
6s Brown, is this day dissolved by r6tu.
Tho business of the lain firm ivJTMi
settled by Stogdell Stoke, who is duly authoiiaoS
to settle the same. jj
. J.A. BROV,. 5
All persons indebted to the firm of Stohqa &
Brown, arc particularly requested tp-jnako settle
ment on or before the first day of Mareli next, and
thoso having claims against tho firm present thcin
for settlement. - -
Stroudsburg, Jan. 1st. 1840.
T5IE Subscriber respectfully informs thu pub
lic, that he is prepared to execute all kmtls ot
his shop nearly oppoaito the store ;af WiHiam
TnRthlirtl tl-llQra ell nwAw. ti 1,1 IJ.,.. i.-Jll K tl2Z.L
.w...... iiiiuiD nuuiu&io ii. iuiiuc iiiiiuu matiM
fully received and punctually attended to.
Stryadiburg, Jun. 15, 1S39.