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Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
i UvU &.L JSLr--.'-
Hunmng Time of Patsengtr Trains,
June 2d, 1864.
I FA E SOUTIIWAUD. J LEAVE SOUTHWARD.
; Q. A
gcr. ; moda
A M; ) p. M.
P. M P. M.
Groat Uoiid, 7.40 j
! Monliosi!. fc.20
i FaotoryvIUc. ' g.24
J Setnitttui. 10.20
: - :j
i i ;
; 0.30 s
iMMov . 11.02
. Coulatboro I n.CG
Tabvliannn. ? II..M
Frtrky. j 11.59 i
Onktontl. 12.17 ?
J Hcnryvllle. t 12.33 J
tSlroou&burg. 12.51 i
Water Gap. 5 I.OS
Moun: ftoihcl. 1.21
MHimnkn chunk.; 1.55
5 Valunginn. 2.38
New Hampton. 2.45
Cliange for Ntil.-P. M.
The Pa!ciier Train IVorJhxvard
Leaves New Hampton on the arrival of the
Mail Train which leaves New York at 8.10
A. M., and Manunka Chank on thti arrival
of the Tram which leaves Philadelphia,
(Kensington Depot) at 7.15 A. M. At
Scnwiton this Train makes cloe connections
wi.'h Trains on the Lackawanna & Blooms
lurg and Delaware &, Hudson Railroads, and
si Great Bend with the Mail Train on the
"e Railway going West
The Paxscugcr Train Southward
Leaves Great Bend after the arrival of the
Cincinnati Express from the West, connec
ting at Scranton with Traina on the Lacka
wanna and Bloomeburg ind Delaware and
JItidson Railro'tde; at Manunka Chunk with
'ic tram for Philadelphia, and at New Hamp
ton with trains for New York, the Lehigh
Valley, Harrisburg, &c. Passengers by this
Tram arrive in New York at 5.50, in Phila-
Jelphin, at 6.30, arid in Harrisburg at 8.20
Tlic Accomodation Train
North vard, connects at Great Bend with the
j)jv Express going West, by which passen
gers arrive at Ithaca and Syracuse the same
Southward, leaves Great Bond after the
. rr;val ot the New York Express going East.
Ctf-All Passenger Trains on the Erie
fla.;ay stop at Great Bend.
WATTS COOKE, Superintendent
R. A. JiESR Y, General Ticket Agent.
lUi Losl !
Ju;i nuLlished, a new
edition of Er.
radical cure (without medicine) of J
--I'-rrfvroRiuiaiA, or seminal Weakness, In
..:.f:rv Seminal Losses, Impotency,
' .ai and Physical Incapacity, Impedi-
tj Marriage, etc. ; also, uoxsujip
.., LriLEPSY, and Fits, induced by self
1 - .oe or sexual extravagance.
- Price, in a scaled envelope, only G
r lebrated author in this admirable
v ci'.ar.v uemonsiraies, iroiu a. uiinv
J; t ;ccessful practice, that the alarming
. i :nccs of self-abuse may be radically
v 2 v. .thout the dangerous use of internal
. ior tlie applioation oftlie knife
.:v J,jt a iode of cure, at once simple.
: jand cfiVctual, by means of which e v
' j.7.rcr, no matter what his condition
y 1- , may cure himself cheaply, privatc-
:t. J radically.
This Lecture should be in the Iiands
voutn and cverv man in me lanu.
s under seal, in a plain envelope, to
.ress, nosl-paul, on receipt ot six
. . J.l .U t
f :. r two nosi sianipc. -luuruss us imo-
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
S27 Kowerv, HeVv Torlc, Post of-
un- 1G, l-64. 1-.
ks&kiii Wooleu Factory.
Carding, Spinning, Weaving
The subscriber respectfully gives notice to
-1 .r.hb.tants of Monroe and Pike Counties,
L an J th3 adjoining counties of New Jer-
I f I i lira Una rolnillt nnft rffillPft lhr nlfl
I." c" v " ' . . .
t .l.rs.'ied Woolen Factory at Jiushknl, fa.
:s r.ow prepared to finish all work en-
u -l io him in a superior manner. He is
c;.reJ with proper machinery to manufac-
Ir a,l kinds and colors of bronu and narrow
l, prcmptlv and neatly. Country card-
all. nded to at six cents per pound cash.
seven cents if charged.
'.Tool will be taken and returned by the
fbscr;bcr once in two weeks to and from the
ivfng places, viz: at Peteis' store, Mar
.s Creek, J. D. Labars and A. D. Freese's
irs, snawnee, at eimer or me oiores m
.jdsburg, iurd's mill, Stroud township.
ac:'s or PincbOll's stores" m Milford,
cy's or McCarty's stores at Dingman'e
rry, at iyce s cc l'eter s store, Jiigypi
y o . i- .
s, at Decker s Hotel m Lehman tsp.
yoo) the highett cauh price paid for
Four Carding machines in running
i . ii
rr, enat:cs nira to card wool at ail nours.
'ho subscriber has a quantity of Broad
.e on hand, the purchase of which he
contended in person during his recent
'o England, which lie will exchange lor
. r.J a'low the highest murket price.
"-nkful for past favors, he hopes to re-
A as he is determined to merit, a liberal
Iro cf patronage.
mm & KELLER'S,
large assortment of Extra Platxd
)fNS, FORKS, &c. of superior quality
i o ihv place of Solijj Silvek Wake
t- made a large purchase, they are ena
r jP?h' housekeepers at astonishingly
" 1 s. Call and examine.
f-,a-:s!(urg, May 5th, 1864.
This splendid Hotel, situated
' rnar llie Stroudsburg Depot, pos-
-XtS'ftiesBGS' aiI Uie advantages tlie
rs2guest can dqsire. T;he house is
end furnished in a.n unsurpassed style.
i c Pari ors and Rooms are commodious
J ventilated, with good attendance.
c .pd is extensive etabfiug. Terms rea-
A. .M-..JV0NES, Proprietor.
IN Y AL IDS.
IRON IN THE BLOOD,
It is well known to the medical profession
thai IRON is tne Vital Principle of Life El
ement of the blood. This is derived chiefly
from the food tie eat; but if the food is not
properly digested, or if, from any cause ohat-
crcr, the necessary quantity of iron is not
taken into the circulation, or becomes re- etas, &c iDSsecls oh Plaiats, Fowls,
duced, the whole system suffers. The bad A bis ma 5s, &c.
blood will irritate the heart, will clog up the Put up in 25c. 50c. and $1,00 Boxes, Bot-
lungs, will stupefy the brain, will obstruct ties, and Flasks. $3 and $5 sizes for Ho-
the lirer, and will send its disease-producing lels, Public Institutions, &c.
elements to all parts of the system, and eve- "Only infallible remedies known."
ry one will suffer in whatever organ may be "Free from Poisons."
predisposed to disease. "Not dangerous to the Human Family."
The great value of "Rats come out of their holes to die."
JROff AS A MEDICINE CO"Sold Wholesale in all large cities,
is well known and acknowledged by all raed- (K7Sold by all Druggists and Retailers ev
ical men. The difficulty has been to obtain erywhere.
such a preparation of it as will enter the cir- 03"M!Bevare!!! of all worthless imitations,
culation and assimilate at once with the COSee that " CostarV name is on each
blood. This point, siys Dr. Hayes, Massa- Box, JBottle and Flask, before you buy.
chusetts State Chemist, has been attained in 03Address HENRY R. COSTAR.
the Peruvian Syrup, by combination in a
way before unknown.
Til K PERUVIAN SYRUP
is a PROTRACTED solution of the PRO
TOXIDE OF IRON. A NEW DISCOV
ERY IN MEDICINE, that Strikes at the
Root of Disease by supplying the blood with
its Vital Principle or Life Element Iron,
T J-l K P K R U VI A N 8 Y HUP
I. m Wnrm I In nn T . . . . 1 l I
ouiuo xjtbjicjjmu, ivcr compiami, uropsy,
x ci xr anu igue, ijoss oi Jjtiergy,
' r n It. T W 1? IT VI A TV? e V D TTP
V i l M M J t t. T JL .11 JL U X II U I
Infuses strength, vior, and new life into
the sy&tem, and builds up an
THE PERUVIAN SYKUP
Cures Chronic Diarrhoea. Scrofula, Boils,
Scurvy, Loss oi Constitutional Vigor
T II K PE R U VI A N SY RUP
Cures Nervous Affections, Female Com
plaints, and all diseases of the Kidneys
TOE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Is a Specific for ail diseases originating in a
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD, or accom
panied by Debility or a Low State of the
Pamphlets containing certificates of cure
and recommendations from some of the most
eminent Physicians, Clergymen, and others,
will be sent free to any address.
We select a few of the names to show the
character of the testimonial?
JOHN E. WILLIAMS, ESQ.,
President of the Metropolitan Bmk, N. Y
Rev. ABEL STEVENS,
Late Editor Christian Advocate and Journal
Rev. p. CHURCH,
Editor New York Chronicle.
rrepareu oy iv. j,. i.j.aiuv ou., cxciu-
T1 I t TIT T 1 T-v TV rt fm 1
sive v for. . DIaSaiORK. iV 401 r.rrcirl-K
way New York. Sold by all Druggists.
. ' I
T J3 J 1 . T- r-j 1
ib'UaiJLLg S SXU Sia aiVe
Heals Old Sores.
JeaOlllg 3 iUSSia balVe
- . i
Lures Hums, bcalds, Cuts.
Heading's Bussia Salve
Cures rounds, Bruises. Sprains.
Cures B'iils, Ulcers, Cancers.
Reddmg's Bnssia Salve
Cures Salt Rheum, Piles, Erysipelas,
letuiiiisr s Kessia Salve
Cures Ringworms, Corns, &.c,
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
Only 25 cents a Box,
FOR SALE BY
P. DINSMORE, No. 4UI Brodway, N. Y.
S. J. FOWLE & Co., No. 13 Tremont St..
And by all Druggists and Country Store-
M.iy 19, 1BG4. ly.
P1I0M1X Mim STOKE
(Successors to Durling &, Boys,)
Respectfully notify the public, that hav
ing purchased the above establishment, they
wui continue tne JJrug. and Medicine busi-
nu&s, ul uiu oki sianu. xne room is commo
a a 1 t 1 x t mi
dious, and is fitted up with every convenience
,ui uii.uis iaiwi ui uuMJiufcsjinu mo arcomino-
fry ttlrt ,K,-r r 1...: .111.. I .
dation of customers. Ilavmgmade large ad-
anions to tiieir already Jargestock of
Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, &c.
3 . . J' '
purcuaseu wim a view to tneac-
tion of Hie new tax and tariff
i,ns, iney are prepared to olier all
!??. lairLalns 10 PUJchasers.
TC . . . f 1 n t r I
jj on want pure, ircsii jjrugs and Mcui-
n . 1
etnes, call on JJrelier & Brother,
Ifyou want first quality Paints, Oils and
isyc vivjs, can on kroner ec urotner.
r.. t.i..r. ... r . o ; -r.
ji ou wtaai'crjumerv, in almost endless
variety, call on Dreher & Brother, tor
i juu w,iin jMmps anu pure, sale and i
4. T ...1 r. .
cheap lSurnivg Oils, call on
Dreher & Brother.
If you want any of the most popular Pat
cnt Medicines, or those which are not quite
so popular, call on Dreher & Brothe
If you want the best Cigars or a choice
article ot Chewing Tobacco, call on
Dreher & Brother.
If you want Physicians Prescrivtions
caremiiy compounded, call on
Dreher &, Brother
Ifyou want pure Wines and Liquors for
meaicmai, sacramental or other uses, cal
on Dreher & Brother.
If you want the best of Hair, Tooth, Nail
Cloth Brushes, Combs, Soaps, Cosmet
and 'lotlet Articles generally, call on
JDreher & Brother.
In short, If you want any tiling usually kept
ui a well regulated Drug otore, you can only
""iv-w gut a pure aim genuine article by
:.uung on ovreher oi iirotht-r.
The undersigned hope, by strict attention
to business, and a desire to meet the wants
the public, to merit a continuance and in
crease of the patronage heretofore extended
-V - -w -w n. - -
uju. ii. jJKEllElt. E. B. DRDIIER.
otrouosburg, Uct. WZ, 16G3
400 second hand seamless BAGS. En
ROB'T BOY'S STORE.
Stroudsburg, April 28, 1804.
, I.or sale at this OmcejJ
For Hats, Mice, Roaches, AnSs,
Bed ISaigs, HSoflBis aei Furs, Wool
W. H OLLTNSHE AD,
Wlmlasale & Retail Agent, Stroudsburg, Pa.
March 24, 1SG4. 0m.
The subscriber would respectfully uotify
the public that he has now for sale at his
njture, such as
Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables
which he will dispose of cheap for cash or
ready pay. He has also on hand a choice
which he is prepared to make up in frames
to order, or dispose of as purchasers may re
The undertaking business promptly at
tended to as usual.
Stroudsburg, Pa., Feb. 26, 1SG4. tf.
new Fotindrv and Mnfliinr iS:'-
Upectfully inform his old fry
pumic general iv, mat ne d
I I' ,1 At t
fill all orders in hisline vi'!'
in a style superior even t
to do in the old establ!
the flood. Having a ful
terns made of the best
pared to supply all demands
MlU XVnt.h 5:iic n
I irt . i .
IllgS P-lltt 5aSI) U,inlS,
STEAM" ENGTIVES. MAniTTNTR wnPV
&c, &c Being an experienced workman
himself, and employing none but the best
I I. I . 1 A 1 .
regt assured that all work cominn from hL
finiifi fififi run hnr matAfini i . i .
shop will bc fuly equa if nQt superio. to
Sr hTl QS , 15,1 T'VV"
chine Shop is located on Walton street, near
------- F - AV J. WUllUi T UUU XIAU."
Elizabeth street, in the borough of Strouds
burg, where the orders of old friends as well
as new one are solicited. Orders from t
pistancc may bc addressed, per mail, to
Stroudsburg, Monroe Co., Pa
September 4th, 1SG2.
GSazicr, aad fi.9apcia Hanger,
Will attend to, and promptly execute, all
orders with which he may be favored. From
his long experience in the various branches
0',ws ousness, he feels confident of render
ing entire satisfaction in his work. He
may be found at his shop, on Simpson
street, atroudsuurg, i'a.
Patronage respectfully solicited.
Valentine Kautz & Wm, Huntsman,
(Successors to M. B. Postens,)
rt m -
Having purcnased he stock
iaieiy owneu oy jj. i'os-
1, .!. .1.: ' ." ' -
uc, T ua up,munuy o no my
ineir irienas ana me nun in crpnprn v. thnt
I . f' 1 , . ... .. . "
they have added considerable new stock to
the same, and will continue the business at
tI,e 0,(1 stanf' on ,ranklin 6lref - where they
are prepared to hire horses and ca marges at
the lowest cash rates. Their hnrsns:.rn snfo
fast and gentle, and their vehicles consist of
kinds, to suit the taste of the fastidious.
Attentive ostlers always on hand, and drivers
furniKllPil tvlinn Ane'irnA oll 'nr,.! f..A
..ww ' .-. uwllwu. UUII UIJU SCU JU1 I -
vonrsnlvos. Kimnonre tnL-
.u.lt VII III UIIV IJOIU UI
the connirv rt Rlmrt nn.r0 tu.. ....ii
tinne in " ' "uJ T? ,u
Doroush and the Railrnn,! IWt
""'"uo uciui;i lUICinnn OVflllliriO lllC ctnrL- hntnrn tlinw niti- I
fntendintr m on nn thn r.nJlmn,! ,;iik
al anv rrtof L 1
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j , - - "ti "i vj i iiuii I
hnlr nnmoc t tim no -
The omnibus will also be at the depot on the
arrival of trains to .convey passengers into
No pains will he spared to give satisfaction
to all who may favor them with their patron
KAUTZ & HUNTSMAN.
Diseases oftlie Nervous, Seminal, Urinary I
and Sexual SvRtnms nnwnnil rolinVilo tmnf.
inent mlieports ofthe HOWARD ASSO-
. J .w..iv. nwixi,- 0
CIATION Sent by mail in sealed letter
envelopes, iree ol chartre. Address. Dr. J.
SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa-
tion, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadel-
jDecember 17, 1863. ly.
STEPHEN HOLW8ES, Jf?
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SURVEYOR AND CONVEYANCER,
OffScc tvilli S. S. Brcher, Esq. his
N. B. Special attention paid to tlie filino him
Tension papers, and the collection of back
and bounties ot soldiers.
Stroudsburg, Oct. 9, 1862.
J.EWIS D. VAIL. GEORGE D. STKnnn
VAIL and SiROUD.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
lave removed their Ofiice to No. 703 San.
March 17, 1864.. Pliiladelpliia
PRIDES TO SUIT THE TIMES
Tlic Iarcst and CIi capes Stock
ever offered a an lliis City.
French and German Baskets, Wood nJ
Willow Ware, Notions, Brushes, Oil
Cloths, Cotton Laps, Wadding,
&c., &c, &c.
No. 223 Market-Street, below Second,
The subscriber has just opened an entire
ly new and complete stock of goods of the
best quality and description, to which he
would respectfully call the attention of Mer
chants and Dealers, who wish to find a good
article cheap for Cash.
These goods were bought for Nett Cash,
at the greatly reduced prices consequent up-
pon the stringency of the times, and believing
the "nimble sixpence" to be better than the
"slow shilling," they are now offered to the
public at prices that defy competition.
The following are a few of the articles
always on hand :
Pails and Tubs of all kinds and qualities
Toy Pails, Salt and Sugar Boxes, Half
Bushel and Peck Measures, Well Buck
ets, Towel Rollers, Patent head and
straight clothes pins, wash boards,
Wooden Mop Handles, Grain
Scoops, Toy Wheelbarrows,
Coin Brooms, every variety
of shoe, paint, scrub, and
sweeping brushes, &c.
clothes brushes, baskets, willow and raton
chairs, skirt ralans, bird cages, clothes lines,
bed cords, skirt cords, tie yarns, twine of all
kinds, together with a large assortment of
notions and fancy goods.
Hosiery, Gloves, Shirts, Drawers, Threads,
&c, cheap from auction.
These goods nre all new and carefully so-
Iected, and are offered at prices that canno
fail to attract attention.
Buyers will invariably find it to their own
interest to call before purchasing elsewhere.
OCr"ParUcuIar attention given to packing
goods for shipment, so as to prevent damage
or excessive charges for freight.
(&"Ordcrs by mail promptly attended to.
CHARLES W. DEAN.
223 Market-st., north side, below 2nd, Phila
The Country Safe !
m m M: gk m m .
criher takes this method of infor-
s, and the public gene-
rned from the cities,
s and qualities,
'ious styles of goods, and
resent stock he is satisfied that
the demand of every taste and
a manner hitherto unapproach
witfr the single dollar, or the
possessor of thousands.
He has also laid in, and will keep on hand
an elegant assortment of
consisting of Cloihs, Cassimeres, Vesting?,
Notions, Hosiery, &c, &c, all of which he
will sell very cheap. He has also a splendid
at prices varying from 50 cents to $0 each :
the latest styles of Mantillas, Boots, Shoes,
Gh iters, &c, &c, and all at prices surpri
P. S. Clothing made to order at short no
tice and warranted.
CALF and SHEEP SKINS taken in ex
change for Goods at cash prices.
The public are invited to call as he is de
termined to sell his goods cheaper than the
Stroudsburg, May 12, 1859. tf.
Groceries and Hardware.
The Subscriber informs the public that
he has opened the most extensive
in the County, consisting of very fine and
And a large assortment of
KaisOHS. Salt Fish, and hiinrlrnr1a B
nV nflinr firf.inloo xnmmnnltr 1-
in a Grocery Store.
A large stock of
The subscriber has made arrangements
m tne cities wnicii enables him to
s w in ci i i'ii;imns mm in nrn
nrtYO finv nvfir-lo ill bid linn nf Imoi'nnw n
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3UUI U UUUUti,
n i n . .. . .
f " Vmm ,a.rC MI UI lDVltC.a 10 Cal1
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.r. !.1U11'- . .
All kinds of Grain and Produce pur-
nltr.cn. 1 U .1. Z " 1? 1 il
i.,i v xi. . i -i n i i
uuwu ov me suoscnocr tor which the
alSnest Market price will be paid in ex-
change for goods.
otoie next uoor to tne inctiau (j uecn
JiAlliX KT MANSFIELD.
Stroudsburg, April 2, 1863.
M. & T. P. WATSON,
(LIVEItY STABLE ATTACHED)
o on xt nt . i . ......
' y ortu St., ootween Market
February 26, 1863. ly.
All persons indebted to Simeon Schoon-
over, either by note, book account or oth-
icrwiso, are requested to settle their ac-
jwuuuio us auuu aa possiDic. He Hopes
M 1 TT . I
tuuo mis request win ne responded to as I
late serious loss by firo necessitates
to make this call.
Bushkill, June 9, 1864.
Centre Square, Easton, Pa.,
Samuel Hayden, Proprietor.
OT Terms Moderate, ry '
Omnibuses run to and from this Ilntnl in
. . - - '
to mane connection with different-trains.,
xviay Oj.ieoi. am..
Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
Amount of Property Insured Sl,050,000.
The rate of Insurance in this Company
is one dollar for every thousand dollars in
sured, after which payment no further char
ges will be made, except to cover actual loss
by hre that may tall upon members ot tne
The policies issued by this Company are
perpetual, and afford the fullest security,
with the largest economy and convenience.
This company will not issue Tanneries,
Distilleries or Cabinet Shops.
Applications for Insurance may be made
to either of the Managers, Surveyors or Sec
J. Depue Labar, Jacob Knecht,
Richard S. Staples, Samuel Melick,
Silas L. Drake, Godlieb Aurachcr,
Charles D. Brodhead, Jacob Stouffer,
Robert Boys, Theodore Schoch,
Sm'l S. Dreher, Thomas W. Rhodes,
STOGDELL STOKES, President.
James Boys, Secretary and Treasurer.
Silas L. Drake,
G Aurachcr, Surveyors.
Melchoir Spragle, )
07 The stated meeting of the board of
Managers takes place at the Secretnry s of
fice, on the first Tuesday of each month, at
1 o'olock P. M.
Stroudsburg, Oct. 8, 1863.
Time is Money :
The undersigned would inform the public
that he has opened a new CLOCIv and
WATCH Store in Stroudsburg, where he
designs keeping on hand a stock of
&c., &c., of all qualities, and from the high
est to the lowest prices. lie will also keep
well supplied with
in almost endless variety, which he wil
dispose of at prices that cannot fail to please
SILVER & PLiTD-WARE
supplied to order at a small advance upon
wholesale city prices
Being a practical workman with much ex
perience in his business, he designs giving
Ins personal attention to the repairing o
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &c, and feel
assured that he can give satisfaction to al
who entrust work to his care. ftCrAU icorlc
Ills Store is on Elizabeth Street, South
side, between Ilime's Store and the Post Of
fice, where the public are cordially invited to
call and examine his stock.
Stroudsburg, May 19, 1864. Gm.
The Subscriber informs his friends;
and the public generally, that he has o
pened an extensive
in the Uorough of Stroudsburg, four doors
below "mister s Clothing Store."
Everything in the line of Confectione
r Freuch or Doiuestic; kinds of
oat AS CBS,
Can be had at CITY PRICES, either at
71' 'HOLE 'SALE OR RETAIL.
3Also A lot of Choice Flowers.-3
Please call and cxaining his Stock.
JAMES 7 J ALLENT YNE.
Stroudsburg, May 12, 13G4. tf.
Has permanently located him-
sseir in stroudsburg, ami moved
Ins office next dooi to Dr. S.
Walton. Where 1m is fllllv nronnrn1 in trnit
, ' J I'p'vu w Hwin.
lhe natural tooth, and nlsn fn
I... . . ' -ww ...wv.i uu-
tible artificial tenth on nit-nf nn.l intn ; un
latest and mnst imnl I , nZ.
ncrsons know the danrrnr n1 Pniiu nr t..,cf
. ....,..w,wv "mniivi. ifxuoi
inn - their wnrt m tin. innnf it
the travelii ; ni 7nZ
u..,,!!., ii iimtiwia nut jiuw
. O - ..."..i.wio iiui, nun
liable to have some failures out of a numbes
of cases, and if the dentist lives at a distancer
" irequently put oil until it is too late to
save the tooth or teeth as it mav be, other
wise the inconvenience and trouble ofVoino-
. .w..ww m,vyv,Miiy ui UUUllIUlIir mo
, ... . o
services or a uentist near Jiome. All work-
Stroudsburg, March 27, 18G2.
The undersigned respectfully informs
uie citizens ot Stroudsburg and vicini
ty, that he has commenced the
near Kautz's Blacksmith shop, on William
bireec, anu is tutiy prepared to do all kinds
or worK in nis line, with neatness and des
patch. Having had twenty years experience
ment for the neoole to nivn k
ui una ousinees, ne nopes will be an induce
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tm a trial.
Repairing of all kinds promotlv attondo,?
xviues muue io oruer.
n . u i . , .-.w-
Snyderville Normal School.
This School is ononed with n vinw nf fur
nishing Teachers better opportunities of be
coming more thoroughly acquainted with the
theory and practice of Teaching It will be
conducted upon the Normal plan of teaching.
The first term commences April 11th, 18G4.
For particulars address
JAS. LA RUE,
. Snydorsville,: Monroe Co. Pa.
Apnl:14,.1864. lm i
- . 1 - -! . ift riap
Brown & Keller,
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Silret4
Ware, Plated Ware, Books
Stationery, Wall Paper
Notions, &c, &c
They have recently purchased
ICKS OLD STAND," and with increawi
facilities for business, and a determinates
to please, feel justified in asking the cott
tinued patronage of the old customers of that
establishment. In constant communication
with Importers in New York and Phila
delphia, and in possession of peculiar ad
vantages in this respect, they are prepar
to sell CLOCKS, WATCHES & JE1TX
ELRY, of superior make and finish, as wejf
also as of cheaper character, at remarkably
They also keep constantly on hand tbf
best quality of
Silver and Plated Ware, Tea Spoons, Cef
tors, Spectacles, Razors, Pen-knives,
Scissors, and all sorts of Cutlery ;
Toys of all kinds, Childrcns
Carriages, Bird cages,
Baskets, Guns and Pistols, Lamps of Q '
kinds and Fixtures; Superior Sewing
Machines, Clothes Wringers, School
Books, Miscellaneous and Blank
Books, Ledgers and Day
Books, Paper, Envelopes,
Pens, Ink, Jc-i $'C.
Pholograjih Frames, Wall Paper, Window
Shades, and Fruit Cans of every ce
Lamp Burners altered. Repairing of Cloekf,
Watches and Jewelry attended to promptly
and satisfactorily. Ordera taken for Silver
Ware and filled with dispatch.
Stroudsburg, May 10, lS64.tf
Having changed my base of operations,
being located in the New Brick store oppo
site the Post office, supplied with a new
stock of Hats, Caps, and Furs, I am now
prepared to sell goods in my line, at prices to
suit all. If you want a nice fashionable list
or Cap, come to Pauli and you will find it.
Store on Elizabeth St., opposite the Post
Office, Stroudsburg, Pa.
JAMES A. PAULI.
N. B. The highest cash prices paid fop
all kinds of Furs.
December 21." 1863.
JOHN C. DAUDT, respectfully notifies
his old customers, ind all others who may
desire clothing made in the latest styles, and
in the best possible manner, tlmt he may be
found at the Store of Robert Boys, on TUES
VA Y and SATURDA Y of each cevt, vbttc
he will be happy to-fake measures and rff
ceivc the orders of his frienda. His old cus
tomers can leave thefr gaods and order at
the Store at any time, merely noting suck al
terations from the present or previous pY.:
vailing fashions as they may desire made
Thankful lor past favors, ho hopes to nori
and receive a continuance of the rawe. .,
JOHN C. DAUDT.
Stroudsburg, April 24, 18.62
jamj:s u. WALTOX.
THOMAS W. TOST
ttALTOtf & TOST.
No. 25 South Third Street, Philadelphia.
Jay Cooke & Co., E. P. Middleton. &Bro..
James, Kent, Santee & Co., Hon. Wm. Wil-
Jcms, Lshench, Black & Co., Hon. James Pol
lock, C. M'Kibbon & Son, Hon. II. D. Fos,
ter, Hon. A. II. Reeder, Hon. Asa Packer.
Hon. Warren J. Woodward, V. L. Bradford,
July 17, 18G2.
The public are hereby notified that I
have this day loaned to my father. Ku.
dolph Kintncr, the following property,
Three colte, one a gray three vcari old
this Spring, one a gray two years old this
Spriug, the other a sucking colt, bay.
One Bay marc, about six vcars old. and
two cows, one black four years old. and
he other a red, five rear old. AW. n
Buggy Wagon and a sett of Harness' All
persons are cautioned against meddling
with the above mentioned property.
U i.U M U.N iv LN TN ER.
Stroudsburg, May 7, 186L 3t.
TTSE NO OTHER ! Buchan's Spccifi,
1'ius arc tlic only Reliable Rcmcdv for
iscascs ot tlie beminal, Urinary and Ncr
Systems. Try one box, and be cured.
One Dollar a Box. One box will perfects
cure, or money refunded. Sent by mail
receipt of price.
JAMES S. BUTLER,
. Station D, Bible House, -New
General Agent. "
March 17, 18G4. 3m. .
REAL ESTATE "
The subscribers offers at private salo tha
following two valuable properties visr
No. 1. A three story
Brick Bnildimg, fj'
situate in the borough of Stroudsburg, HIlJ.',
adjoining the building of Jacob Shipmaster.
No. 5. One two story Frame DwelJing-,-with
Kitchen attached, and Lot of Land be
longing to the same situate near the Strouds--burg
Depot, in Stroud townsliip.'
I'crsons uesinous ot buying, wil call unbh-'
r. Nicholas Ruster, in Stroudsburg, or u
the subscribers who reside No. 145 Chain--r
street, New York City.
HIRS C HinN n a TVT . pt?
February 25, 1864. "
All persons aro hereby cautioned a-
gainst trespassing upon the promises oc
cupied by the undersigned, cither for
hunting or other purposes. Tresnassprs-
will bc prosecuted to the full extent off
WILLIAM E. HENRY. Ank.
Stroud tap., August 4, 1861