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The Secretary of tlie Treasury gives notice-that
.subscriptions will be received for
Coupon Treasury Notes, payable three years
' " --.t i nr. a i t
from Aug. low, i.001, wun semi-annual in
tercst at the rate of seven and three-tenths
per cent per annum, principal and inter-
esfboth to be paid in'lawful money.
These notes will bo convertible at the op
tion .of the holder at maturity, into six per
cent, gold bearing bonds, payable not less
tTinn twentv years from
Ih'eir date, as the Govcrument may elect
Theyvill be issued in denominations of $50,
S100. 8500, $1,000, and fco.uuu, and al
feifliscriptions must be for fifty dollars or some
multiple of fifty dollars.
The notes will be transmitted to the own
ers free of transportation charges as soon af
ier the receipt of the original Certificates o
Deposit, as they can be prepared.
As the notes draw interest from Augus
15, persoYis making deposits subsequent to
that date must pay the interest accrued from
date of deposit
Parties depositing twenty-five thousand
dollars;and upwards for these notes at any
one time will be allowed a commission of one
quarter of one per cent, which will be paid
by the Treasury Department upon the re
ceint of a bill for the amount, certified to bv
the officer with whom the deposit was made,
No deductions for commissions must be made
from the deposits.
Special Advantages of this Loan.
It is a National Savings Bank, offering a
higher rate of interest than any other,-and
the best security. Any savings bank which
nays its depositors in U. S. Notes, considers
that it ia paying in the best circulating me
diuin of Hie country, and it cannot pay m
anything better, toe its own assets are eit'ier
in government securities or in notes or bonds
payable m government paper.
It is equally convenient as a temporary or
permanent investment The notes can al
ways be sold for within a fraction of th
face and accumulated micros, and arc the
bct security with banks as collaterals
Convertible into n Six per Cent. 5-20 Gold
In addition to the very liberal interest on
the notes for three years, this privilege of
conversion is now worth about three per cent
per annum, for the current rate 5-20 Bonds
is not less than nine per cent, premium,
and before llic war uic premium on six per
cent U. S. stocks was over twenty percent
It will be seen that the actual profits on this
loan,al the present market rates, is not less
than ten ct cent per annum.
Its tfxcmplica from la(e or Mu
But aside from all the advantages wc have
enumerated, a special Act of Congres ex
empts all bonds am! Treasury notes from
local taxation. On the average, this exemp
tion is worth about two per cent per an
num, according to the rate of taxation in va
rious parts of the country.
It is believed that no securities offer so
great inducements to lenders as those issued
bv the jrovcrnment In all other forms of
indebtedness, the faith or ability of private
parlies or stock companies or separate com
munities only, is pledged for payment
while the whole property of the country is held
to eccure the discharge of all the obligations
of the Uuitcd States.
While the government offers the most lib
eral tcims for its loans, it believes that the
very strongest appeal will be to ihe loyalty
and patriotism of the people
Duplicate certificates will be issued for all
deposits. The p irty depositing must endorse
upon the original certificate the denomina
tion of notes required, and whether they are
to be issued in blank or payable to order.
When so endorsed it must be left with the
officer receiving the deposit to be forwarded
to the Treasury Department
Suk-crintions will be received bv the
Treasurer of the United'Statcs, at Washing
ton, the several Assistant Treasurers and
designated Depositaries and by the
First National Bank of Scranton Pa.
Second National Bank of Scranton, Pa.
and by all National Banks which a deposita
ries of public moneT, and all
RESPECTABLE BANKS and BANKERS
throughout the country will give further in
Afford every Facility to Subscribers.
September 1, 1864.
Whereas, the Hon. Geokce R. Barrctt.
President Judrje oftbe22d Ju 1 cial-Districtof
Pennsylvania, co.mposed of the counties of
Wayne, Pike, Monroe and Carbon, and Abra-
'hara Levering and Jeremy Mackey. Lsqr'g,
Associate Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas of the County of Monroe, and by vir
tue of their offices, Justices of the Court of
Over and Terminer and General Jail delive-
IT and Court ot uenerai uarler-bessions in
and for the said County of Monroe, have is
sued their precept to me commanding that
a Court of Quarter bessions ot the Peace and
Common PIea6, and Court of Oyer and Ter
miner and General Jail Delivery and Or
phan's Court, for the said County of Monroe,
to be holden at Stroudsburg, on the 2Gth day
of September, 1864, to continue one week
Is hereby given to the Cononer, the Justices
of the Peace, and Constables of the said coun
ty of Monroe, that they be then and there
ready witn tneir nws, recorcs, inquisitions,
examinations and other remembrances to do
those things which their offices are appertai
sing, and also that those who are bound by
recognizances to prosecute and give evidence
against the prisoners that are or shall be in
the jail of the said county of Monroe, or a
gainst persons who stand charged with the
commission of offences to be then and there
lo" prosecute or testify as shall be just.
(God save the Commonwealth.)
LINFORD MARSH, Sheriff.
Sheriff Office Stroudsburg,
September 1, 1864.
testes - Notice.
"jSJOTICE is hereby given to all persons
L interested in the estates or the respec
tive dccedentSj that the following accounts
have been filed in the Register's office o
Monroe County, and will be presented for
confirmation to the Urphans Court of said
county, at Stroudsburg, on Monday, the
2(5th day of September, 1864, at 10 o'
clock A. M.
Supplemental account of Joseph Sta
pies, Administrator of Jacob D. Freder
lck late of Stroud Township, deceased.
Account of Peter Mackes, Administra
tor of Reuben Miller, late of Hamilton
Third account or Andrew otorm ana
Robert "W. Swink, Executors of the last
Will and Testament of Peter Ercdcrick,
late of Stroud Towuship, deceased.
JFinai account of Samuel Rces, Jr., and
Jacoi) llees, Administrators of Samue
Rees. late of Hamilton Township, dee'd
Account of Peter Ycislcy, surviving
Executor of the last Will and Testament
of Philip Sclirawder, late of Smithfield
Account of Evan T. Croasdale, Admin
istrator of Jane Andre, late of Sniithucld
lirst account of Samuel Plattenburgh,
Executor of the last Will and Testament
of John Plattciibunrh late of Stroud
Second account of Philip S. Brown,
of the Administrators of William
Coolbaugh, late of the Borough of Strouds
Pinal account of William McNcnl Ad
ministrator of Mary Sobers, late of Ham
ilton 1 ownslnp, deceased.
Jbinal account of Peter buydcr, Admin
istrator of George 11 oiler, late of Hamil
ton 1 ownslnp, deceased.
hirst account of Silas L. Drake, .hxec
utor of the last Will and Testament ol
Luke Staples, late of Stroud Township,
Account of Peter M. Eilenbcraer and
J. Madison Eilcubergcr, Administrator
of Henry Eilenberger, late of Smithfield
rinal account of Eltas Missell, Ad
ministrator or Michael Mixsell late ol
Ross Township, deceased.
Account of Emanuel II. Gunsaules Ad
ministrator of Samuel Guusaulcs late of
Middle Smithfield Towuship, deceased.
lirst account of Rudolph Weiss, Ad
ministrator of Henry H. Weiss, late ol
Chesnuthi!! Township, deceased.
Second and 1'iual account of Francis
G rattan, Administrator of Matthew
G rattan late of Smithfield Township
Account of Abraham Arnold, Admin
istrator of (Sonrad Arnold, late of Hamil
ton Township, deceased.
Second and lunal account of Jacob A.
Fetherman, Administrator of Abraham
Aether man,' late of Hamilton lownship,
First account of Samuel Lessig, Ad
ministrator of John Lessig, late of Ross
JOHN S. FISHER, Registor.
tcgisfer's Office, Stroudsbur
. September 1. lboi.
Where lie has been in successful Practice
for a number of years, with the experience
of all the different Hospitals, &.C., is now
permanently located at Allenlown, (Office
Schneck's Eagle Hotel,) where he will be in
strict attendance to all Professional calls.
No Patent Medicines us'.'d or rccopimend-
ed. The remedies administered are those
which will not break down the constitution,
but renovate the system from all injuries it
has faustiiined from improper treatment, and
leave the syf-lem in a healthy and perfectly
Melanchoily Abbcration, that state or ali
enation and weakness of the mind which
renders persons incapable nf enjoying the
pictures or performing the duties of life.
DYSPEPSIA. That distressing disease
and fell destroyer of health and happiness,
undermining the constitution and yearly car
rying thousands to untimely graves, can most
emphatically be cured.
RHEUMATISM In any form or condi
tion warranted currable, Epilepsy, or falling
sickness, all chronic or btubborn cases ol
Female Diseases, radically removed. Salt
Rheum, and every description of ulcerations;
Piles and Scrofulous diteascs, which huve
baffled previous medical skill, can be cured
by proper treatment; and I do say, (yes
Co7isumplion) can be cured by wearing my
Medicated Jacket, wnicn is a protection to
the Lun!S against all changes of weather in
all climates. Having investigated for years
the cause and character of intermillents, (Fe
ver and Ague,) in all parts of the United
States will cure permanently all Chronic
or Acute cases of Ague and Nervous diseas
es, in a few days.
TAPE WORM. That dread to the Hu
man Family, can be removed and permanent
Consultation in my office in the Enplish
and German language, free of charge. Will
make visits any distance. Wednesdays and
Saturdays set apart for patients from a dis
tance. May be addressed by letter (confiden
tially.)and Medicines sent with proper di
rections to any part of the country.
Dr. W. H. WITMOR,
Office in Eagle Hotel Building,
Allentown, Lehigh Co., Pa.
September 1, 1864 -ly.
fiotliic Hall Drag Store.
Wholesale and Retail Druggist.
Constantly on hand and for
sale cheap for CASH, a fresh sup
ply of Druga, Medicines, Jfaiuts,
Oil, Glass, Putty, varnish, Ker
osene Oil, Perfumery and Fancy Goods;
Sash, I)Iitils and Boors.
Puro Wines and Liquors for Medicinal
P. S. Physicians Prescriptions care
Stroudsburg, July 7, 1864.
$opsale at this' Office
TO-Y0tr WISH -TO UE-CURED
JLS ,DR.iBUCHAN'S English Specific
Pills cure in less than SO days, the worst
cases of Nervousness, lrapotency, Premature
uccay, oemmai weakness, insanity, anu an
Urinarv. csexual, INervous Allections. no
matter from what cause produced. Price,
One Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by
mail, on receipt of an order. Address
JAMES S. BUTLER,
Station D. Bible House,
March 17, 1864. 3m.
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
OF AN INVALID,
Published for the benefit, and as a CAU
TION TO YOUNG MEN and others, who
suffer from Nervous Debilitv, Premature
Decay of Manhood, &C. supplying at the
same time Tiie Mea.xs of Self-Cure. By
one who has cured himself after undergoing
considerable quackery. BV enclosing a post
paid addressed envelope single Copies may
be had ot the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.,
Brooklyn, Kings Co., N. Y.
June 2, 1864. ly,
The Pennsylvania State
WILL HOLD ITS NEXT
At Easton Pa., commencing TUESDAY,
SEPTEMBER 27th, and closing FRIDAY,
SEPTEMBER 30th, 1864. Premiums over
10,000. Read die following abstract
UAJL'iiihi f oreign Imported, 1U premiums
ranging from 830 to $20 ; all other grades
ot Cattle, 31 premiums, irora $2o to $10 ;
and 42 premiums from $8 to $2. Best herd
of Cattle, not less tban ftj, owned and held
as farm stock, &c, $40 : 2d best, S25. Best
ream of 10 Yoke of O.x en from any county,
to be paid Agricultural Society of said coun
ty, 50 ; 2d best, $25.
HORSLS Best Imported, G premiums,
rom $30 to $15 ; Thorough-bred, 10 premi
ums, from $30 to $10 ; Trotting Horses and
Mares, a premium of $300, one of $200,and
one of $100 : Pacing, one of $50 : Matched
Horses, fancy trotting, premium of $50 ; best
latched Trotting, a premium of $30; best
Draught, Gelding, and single Horses, 12 pre
miums from $15 to $10; Stallions and Mares
or all work, 15 premiums from $25 to $10;
Jacks and Mules, 7 premiums from $25 to
$10; best Mule Team of 4, $30; 2d best,
$15 ; making- about $2,000 in premiums for
all descriptions of Horses and Mules.
SHEEP For different kinds, 16 Premi
ums, from $20 to $10 ; 55 Premiums from
$8 to $4.
SWINE 26 Premiums, from $10 to $1.
POULTRY Best lot owned by exhibit
ors, $5.00 largest collection owned by ex-
nbitor, $o; best exhibition of pigeons, $3;
best trio of Capons, $4 ; best Caponed Tur-
ieys, $3 ; best collection of Stuffed Fowls
and birds, $3 ; 2d do. $1. 40 premiums of
$2 each for different varieties, and 39 pre
miums of $1 each for 2d best.
Agricultural Implements Best display, a
STEAM PLOW Premium, $100, med
al or special diploma; for different kinds of
Plows and Plowman, lo premiums, from $10
Rollers, cultivators, drill, &c. 14 premi
ums, from $7 to $3.
Wagons, carts, nggms, &c. 10 premiums
from $20 to $5. - -
Leather and its manufactures, harness,
vhips, &. 18 premiums, from $5 to $3.
Butter anu Cheese 2 premiums. $10 ; 1
of $3, 5 of $5, and 6 of $3.
Sugar, .Molasses, and Honey A premium
of $10, $G, 8 of $5, and 4 of $3.
Flour and Meal 5 premiums of $5 and 7
Grain and Seeds 1 of $25, 4 of $5 each,
8 of $3, and 13 of $2.
Vegetables Best and largest display, $20;
6 of $2 each, and 17 of $1.
FRUIT AND MELONS, consisting of
apples, figs, blackberries, cranibnrnes, lem
ons, oranges, melons, nectarines, pears,
peaches, prunes, plums, and quinces. JJest
general assortment of fruit of all kinds, sil
ver cup or 20; 2d best, silver medal or??ly;
best and largest collection of each of the
following fruits: Apples, pears and peach
ps. $10 each : 2d best, 4 each. 18 premi
ums of $4 and $3 each ; and 38 premiums of
$2 and $1 each.
Grapes and Wine G premiums of $5
each : 9 of $3, 18 of $2. and 11 of SI.
Flowers, designs, baskets, vases and bo
nnets. 3 premiums of $10 each; 4 of $
and $3, 10 of $5 and $4, 13 of $3, 34 of $2
and 22 ot $1.
Stoves and Tin Ware 12 premiums of $5
each, and 9 of $3.
Mantles, glass, gas, cutlery, furniture,&c
4 premiums of $10 each. 15 of $5, 5 of
$3, 11 of $2 &c.
Domestic manufactures Cloth, linens,
shirtings, &c. 14 premiums of $5 each, 2
of $4, 6 of $3, and 7 of 2.
Needle and knit work, embroidery, Crotch
er, leather, and shell work, &c. 7 premi
ums of $3 each, 28 of $2 and 64 of $1.
Bread, cakes, pastry, pudding, jellies, meats,
fruits and vegetables in air-tight Cans, and
spiced fruits. A nremium of $8. $5, 3 of!
$3, 7 of $2, and 83 of 1.
Fine arts, painting and penmanship.
Best display of photographs, &c, $J0; 2d
best ditto, $5; best collection of oil paintings,
$10 ; 2d best ditto, $5 and for paintings in
oil, water colors, colored engravings, mono
chromatic drawings, pencil and pen draw-
inns. 4 premiums of $5 each, 10 of $3. 7 of
$2, and 11 of$l. Best display of plain and
ornamental pennmanship, by schools or col
leges, $5 ; 2d best ditto, $3.
Best display of Articles by Tradesmen
and Mechanics, consisting of books, station
ary, boots and shoes, hats and caps, clothing,
paper hangings, dry goods and Trimmings,
millinery, and collection of American and
Foreign Arras. 8 premiums of $5, and 8 of
Silverware, Sewing Machines, pianoes
and melodeons. 1 premium of $20, 3 silver
Medals, 3 premiums of $10 each, 4 of $5, 4
of $3, and 4 of $2.
For non-enumerated articles, if deemed
worthy, a premium of $3 on each may be p.
warded, but no diploma, unless the article is
of very superior merit and then only with
the approval of the Executive Committee.
As the above is a mere abstract of the
premium list, exhibitors are requested to se
cure a catalogue, so that they may conform
to the rules and regulations in presenting
articles lor JiiXhibuion. Premium lists can
be obtained upon application to the Secreta
ry, and also Railroad Regulatious the
freight on some is free and on others at re
The leading Railroads will issue . Excur
sion Tickets at reduced rates.
. . . THOMAS P. KNOX, President
A., B. LONG&RER; Secretary. . ' s
Nornstown? Par August 25,-3t: '
TO NERVOUS SUFFERFRSOF . BOTH
SEXES. V . -t .
A Reverend Gentleman having been re
stored to health in a few daysjt after under-
coiner all the usual routine and irregnlar
a w - w
expensive modes of treatmentwithout success
considers it his sacred duty to communicate
to his afflicted fellow creatures the means of
cure. Hence; on the receipt of an addressed
envelope, he will send (free) a copy of the
..... 1 -r . , r
prescription useu. direct to Dr. Jonn
Dagnall, 286 Fulton Streei. Brooklyn, Now
By virtue" of a writ of plU; ven. ex. de terris to
rae directed, issued out of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Monroe County, I will expose
to sale,- at public vendue, on
Saturday the 17th of September,
nextj at two o'clock in the afternoon at the
Co'urt House, m the boroiigll of Stroudsburg,
the following described real estate, to wit :
A certain tract or piece of land with the
appurtenances situate in Chesnuthill town
ship, Monroe Connty, adjoining lands of
Henry H. Weiss, Abraham Mengel, and
more or less, all. cleared, about ten acres
meadow land. The improvements are one
about 22 by 35 feet, one Frame Barn, ubout
30 by 40 feet, with stone stabling, Spring
house, Corn Grib, and a lot of fruit trees.
There.'is a well of Water near the house,
and a stream of water passing through the
ALSO, another tract or piece of land,
with the appurtenances, situate in Ross
Township, Monroe County, adjoining lands
of Peter Getz,vJacob Neyhart, and others,
more or less, about six acres cleared, balance
timber land. There is'one LOG HOUSE,
about 18 by 20 feet on the premises, also a
spring of water and a lot of fruit trees.
Seized and taken in execution as the
property of George H. Weiss, and to be sold
by me for cash.
LINFORD MARSH, Sheriff.
ShenfFs Office, Stroudsburg,
August 2o, 1864.
By virtue of a writ of ven. ex: de terris to
me directed, issued out of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Monroe County, I will expose
to sale, at public vendue, on
Saturday, the 17 'th of Septembe?',
next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, at the
Court House, in Stroudsburg, the following
described real estate, to wit:
A certain tract or piece of land situate in
Ross Township, Monroe County, adjoining
lands of Charles Borger, Henry Kmts. George
Flyle, sen.,. and others, containing
more or less, 25 acres cleared, balance tim
ber land. The improvements are one
20 by 24 feet. A public road passes through
" Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of George Flyte, and to be sold by me
LINFORD MARSH, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Stroudsburg,
August 25, 1S64.
By virtue of a writ of al. ven. ex. de ter
ris to me directed, issued out of the Court of
Common Pleas of Monroe County, I will ex
pose to sale, at public vendue, on
Saturday, the 11th of September,
next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, at the
Court House in the borough of Stroudsburg,
the lollowing described real estate, to wit:
A certain lot or pioce of land with the ap
purtenances situate in Pocono township,
Monroe County, adjoining lands of William
Ruff and Aaron Turner, containing
more or less: about 25 acres are cleared of
which four acres are meadow, balance tim
ber land. The improvements thereon are
one and x half stories high, about
22 by 24 feet, one Frame Barn,
30 by 30 feet, with a Wagon Shed attached
15 by 30 feet, and a Log Hog Stable about
10 by 15 feet, together with a lot of fruit
trees. There is a stream ot water passing
through the premises.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of Frederick Kunze, and to be sold by
me for cash.
LINFORD MARSH, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Stroudsburg, )
August 2o, 1864. $
The subscriber offers at private sale, the
valuable harm on which he now resides,
situate in Middle Smithfield township,
Monroe County, Pn., about niue miles
from btrouusburg, adjoining lands of John
V. Goolbaugh, Martin Place, aud others.
The Harm contains
sic BSsiaidi'cd and Forty Acres,
about 100 acres of which is improved and
in a good state of cultivation; and the
balance Timber Land. About 40 acres
is good Meadow, and a stream of water
runs through the premises. -The im
provements are a
Frame Dwelling House,
a now Barn and Wagon House, and other
out-buildings, with a never failing Spring
of waterat the door of the dwelling. There
are a number of Fruit Trees on the place.
LIMESTONE on the premises. This is
one of the best Dairy Farms in the Coun
try. If riot sold at private sale by trVe 25th
of .September, it will be offered afc Public
Sale ph tha day.
Persons desiring to view the Farm, can
do so by calling on the undersigned, re
siding thereon.1 " ,
Augusts, 1864, .
The flhnvfi "Ronnfrv in nflTnfnrl fnr VAT..
UMTEERS, to fill tho QnoH of
for prsen,t Draft of 500,000 Men, for
Persons availing . themselves of this, op
portunity, to enter the service of the
Country, will receive as follows:
BOROUGH BOUNTY, -- - - -300
GOVERNMENT " ' 100
PAY, ' - 5 ' : '392
CLOTHING, v - 42
Besides Hationa ahd Medical attendance,
f" $10 a man will be paid W any per
son furnishing acceptable Volunteers, up
on their being accepted and sworn In at
Easton, aud credited to the Borough of
Stroudsburg. Volunteers to report to
either of the undersigned on their way to
Wui. Dayis, Liriford Marsh.
Jacob h. Wyckoff, Thos. M. Mcllhanjjy,
Robert Huston, George 1 able, ,
Charlton Btfrnetfc." Committee.
August 4; 18G4.
The subscriber would inform the public,
very respectfully, that since the dissolution
of partnership between Keller &. Waters, he
has been carrying on the
ISooS & Shoe 25sbbics
at his old stand, one door above the
Express Office, on Elizabeth St, where he
will be happy to wait on his old customers,
and as many new ones as can make it con
venient to call. Besides being prepared at all
times to fill all orders for custom work, the
public will find on his shelves, for sale an
elegant assortment of ready made
BOOTS & SHOES,
for mens, womens. misses and childrens wear,
the selection and purchase ot which he su
perintends in person, and can, therefore, rec
omend them to purchasers. To the craft he
offers a general assortment of
SEioe EFiisdiisgs 2;isls, &c, &c,
of the best quality, all of which he offers at
small advance upon cost, lhanktul lor the
liberal patronage which he has already re
ceived, he hopes by prompt attention to bus
iness and to the wants of the community to
merit a continuance of the same.
No charge for showing goods. Drop in.
Stroudsburg, August 4th, 1864.
The attention of all persons interested
is called to Circular No. 24, dated Pro
vost Marshal General's Office,- Washing--
ton, D. 0., June 25, 1804, ot which the
following is an extract.
The Board of Enrollment shall have
copies of the enrollment lists open to the
examination ot the public at all. proper
times, and shall give public notice thatany
person enrolled may appear before the
Board and claim to have a name stricken
off the lists if he can show to the satis
faction of the Board, that the person
named is not properly enrolled on account
3d, Unsuitableuess of age.
4th, Permanent physical disability, of
such degree as to render the person not a
proper subject for enrollment under the
law and regulations.
5th, All persons who have served two
years in the Military or Naval service of
the United States during the present
Civil officers, clergymen, and all other
prominent citizens are invited to appear
at all times before the Board to pdidt
out errors in the lists, aud to give such
information iu their possession as may
aid iu the correction and revision there
of. In accordance with the above you are
cordially invited to appear before the
Board of Enrollment at Easton, 1a., ana
give such information in your possession
as mav aid iu the corrcctiou and revision
of the Enrollment Lists previous to the
apportionment of quotas for tho .-next
( SAMUEL YDHE,
Capt. & Pro. Marshal.
H. G. WOLFE,
Board of .
JDist. Fain' a.
Headquarters Pro. Marshal's Office,
Easton, Penn'a July 1, 1SG4.
IiBportajit to Farmers.
Tim nnrlnrsifrned having located himself
in Keller's Building, opposite the Strouds
burg -Bank, is prepared to purchase
Butter, Eggs, Uydcs, Skins, WooJ;Foich
and all kinds of Fat Stock,
for which he will pay the highest market pri
ces in Cash.
A supply of Fresh and Salt Meats,, of first
June 23, 1864. m3
Estate of CONVERSE IIxUXESMc
of Stroud towmhiv. deceased.
"Letters of administration in the above
named estate, late of the township of
Stroud, Monroe County, tloceased, hav
ing beCri granted to the undersigned,,, all
persons indebted to said estate will inako
immediate payment, and those having
claims against tho same, will present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
SYDENHAM WALTON, Ad'or.
'Stroudsburg. June,-. 10, 1864 Ot.,,
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
RELIABLE REMEDIES IN THE
Conghs, Colds, "Whooping Cough, Bron
chitis, Difficulty of Breathing, Asthmaj
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup an
every affeotion of
THE THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,'
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry?
So general has the use of this remedy be
come, and so popular is it everywhere, that
it is unnecessary to recount its virtues. Its
works speafc for it, and fine utterance, in the
tbundant and voluntay testimony of he ma
ny vVho from long suffering and settled dis-1
ease have by its use been restored to pristine
vieor and health. Wc can Drcsent a mass
of evidence in proof of our assertions that
CONNOT BE DISCREDITED.
T5jc Rev. Jacob cc.Jaler,
Well -known and much rejected aniong the.
German population in this country, makes
the following statement far the benefit of the'
Hanover, Pa. Feb. 16,-1839. .
Dear Sirs: Having realized in my fami-"
ly, important benefits from the use .-of your
valuable preparation Wistar's Bajsam of
Wild -Cherry it affords me pleasure to re
couiniendtiLto the public. Sonic eight years'
ago one of my daughters seemed to be in a
decline, and little hopes of her recovery wore
entertained, I then procured a bottle of your
excellent Balsam, and before she had taken
the whole of the contents of the bottle there
was a great improvement in her health. I"
have, in my individual case, made frequent
use of your valuable medicine, and have al
ways been benefitted by it.
Jacob sechlbe: ,
From Hon. John E. Smith, a distinguished
Laioyer in Westminster, Md.
I have on several occasions used Dr. Wis
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry for severe colds, -and
always with decided benefit.. I know of
no preparation that is more efficacious or
more deserving of genernl use.
The Balsam has also been used with ex
cellent effect by J. B. Elliott, Merchant,'
Hall's Cross'Roads, Md.
Wifcts&r's Balam of Wild Cherry.
None genuine unless signed "I.BUTTS.''
on the wrapper.
For sale by jj ,
J. P. Dinsmore, No. 491Brodway, N. York!'
S. W. Fowlb & Co., Proprietors, Boston:
And by all Drggists,
Ming's Russia Salve;
FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
Has fully established the superiority of
iSeddlaag-'s Russia Salve
Over all other healing preparations
It cures all kinds of Sores, Cuts Ulcers;
Salt Rheum, Enisipelas, Sties. Piles. Corns:
SoreJLips, Sore Eyns,.&.c, &.c,
Removing the pain at once, and reducing
the most angry looking Swellings and InfiV
tion as if by magic. Only 25 cents a box:
For sale bv
S. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Brodway, N Y
J. W. FOWLE & Co.. No. 18 Tremnnt.st
Boston, and by all Druggists.
May 12, 1364. ly.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills
ARE the most perfect purgative which wef
are able to produee or whicte,w.P.ihinlr
has ever been made by any body. Their ef-
lects nave aounuantly shown to the commu
nity how. much they excel the ordinary med
icines m use. -Fhev are safe and nlfnsnnt
to take, but powerful to cure. Their pene
trating properties stimulate the vital activi
ties of the body, remove the obstructions of
its organs, purify the blood, and expel dis
ease. They purge out the foul humors which
breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish'
or disordered organs into heir natural action,
and impart a healthy tone with strength to
the whole system. Not only do theycure
the every-duy complaints of everybody, hut
also formidable and dangerous diseases. '
While they produce powerful effects, they
are at the same time, in diminished doses,
.the safest and best physic that can be em
ployed, for children. Being sugar-eoated,'
they are pleasant to taker and being purely
vegetable, are free from any risk of harm.
Cures have been made which surpass belief,
were Ihey not substantiated by men of such
exalted position and character, as to forbid
the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
;clergymen and physicians have lent their
names to certify to the public the reliability
of our remedies, while others havp sent us
the assurance of their conviction that, our
Preparations contribute immensely to the re
lief of our afflicted, suffering fellow, men.
The agent below named is pleased to fur
nish gratis our American Almanac, contain-,
ing directions, fofcthc "se andcernficates of
their cures, of the following compuin'sr-s-
Costiveness, Billions Complaints, Rheuma
tism, Dropsy, Heartburn, f eaduche arising
from foul stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Mor
bid inaction of the Bowels and Pain- arising
therefrom, Flatulency, loss of Appetite, all'
Diseases which require an evacuant medicine.
They also, by purifying tho blood and stimu
lating the sytem.cure many complaints which
it would not be supposed they could reash,
such as Deafnefis, Partial Blindness, Neural
gia and Nervous Irritability, Derangements
of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and other
kindred cnmnlninls arisinrr.fmm n hwv stnto'
of the body, or obstructioirof its functions.
Do not be put on by unprincipled dealers
with other preparations which they make
more profit on. Demand Aykk's and take
no others. The sick want tho best aid ihere
is for them, and they should huvo it'.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lo
well, Mass., and sold by Win. Hollinshead,;
Dreher &. Brother, in Stroudsburg, and by
dealers in medicine everywhere.
August 4, 18Gl.-lyce2m.
WHOLESALE DEALERS. IN
August 11, asbitr? . .