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The Stldiers's Voir Swindle.
fru'. ioraavarv of thri conSDiraCV to
hLSfoftiia suffrasre of the soldiers puts
the last brand of infamy on the brow of
Horatio Seymour. His connivance witn
tho' mob that undertook to bully our Leg
islature from the election of a loyal UnL-
RfifiQ Ronator. aisnonorea mm. lie
did so connive, for when the Assembly
solicited hira to protect it, he refused.
nis fomenting and countenancing the in
fcurrection which for days went through
these streets, pillaging, burning, mutilat
ing and murdering, disgraced him. He
did so foment, by his letters and speech
es against tho draft, and he did so coun
tenances by his hailing the miscreants on
(he afternoon of tho second day of their
work as "friends," and by his assurance
that he had sent his Adjutant General to
"Washington to ask the President to stop
the draft. Dut his plotting to reverse,
bv fraud, the votes of livinsr soldiers, and
to forge the votes of dead soldiers, affixes
the supreme stigma. He did so plot, Tor
the work was done by agcuts he commis
sioned. We say that it is the last possible stig
ma, for there can be uothing lower than
this.wrong to the living and dead heroes
xrho -have devoted themselves to. their,
country. As for the living, if therejbc
any sncredncss iu the fraucuisc it attach
es to their votes. All that wc hold dear
in the State they arc shielding. Without
them rebellion "would triumph, and in its
train would purely come anarchy and des
potism. It is to insure to us and our
children the ballot-box that they shed
thcir.blqod. The gratitude which -Horatio
Seymour has Jor all this was GrsMo
deny the ballot-box, and now is to-swin-die
them in their use of it Not content
with thus defrauding the living, he must
outrage even the graves of the dead.
With his infernal artifices, he must evoke
Winsriphantasms of our heroes-im their
hit Bleep, to
him voles which,
living men, they would not irrant even to
xave'him from perdition.. Wc talk ol
the vilcncss of our rebel enemies in pro
faning, the remains of our fallen braves;
hut ueh rebel action is decency itself
c iuiparcd to this business of using those
gallant dead to belie their own names, to
bbcl'cn their own memories, to bolster
up a cause which, when in life they ab
horred' as no better than dmnu.-.ble trez
fon. The one is an indignity onty to the
body, winch perishes; the other to the
spirit, which lives. Ar. J". H'tincs.
A.corrcspondcnt of the Cincinnati
I did-a little in the straw business mvsc'.f
coining from Louisville the other day
There were a number of soldinrs on the
train, war-worn veterans from Atlanta, go
ing home on furloughs. I had often heard
of the macical effect produced upon a soldier
through the bare mention of 'Little Mac,'
and determined to test it I approached
one of the veterans, warily, for I was unar
med and he had two crutches and a sling,
and opened conversation upon the equinoc
tial election, drifting natural ry enough into
flic Presidential storm. At length I-men-tioncd
the name of McClellau. The effect
was like mngic. His cheek suffused with a
glow of genuine enthusiasm his eye glis-
incd with a noble pride, his form dilated, he
dropped his crutches, and the war-worn, dis
caBcafthctcd soldier teemed restored to health
cntl etrcnirh through the inspiration of Ale-'
Ckllan's name. 1 grasped him cordially by
And you will vote for him V said I.
Vote for who P
For McClclian, of course.1
'See him in hell first V
There were, no doubt, other soldiers cn
that tu.lr. c-rMy enthusiastic on the Mc
Clellan question, lu: I didn't look them up.
The Congressional Committee sat - within
the nation's city,
And weh (Vngvcismau so witty,
"Tell us if iii-ju at that battle
booming and the rattle,
Wort on gunboat or in saddles, while the
tnmspest raged ashore?" -Answered
he: '-'I don't remember, might
Have been." What more
There is duubt now whether the
rnl was on the gniiboat.or atyle'
id I'flsliioii lrcttinir aeasured Jor a new
euit of clothes.
Go to the Tolls early on Tuesday.
Let no mere business keeps you from-the
tierf'iirmnnce of this important duty. The
duty of maintaining your government in
its integrity is paramount w all otners.
tSrJlic President has appointed the
last Thursday in November as a day of
NationarThaiikpgiviug aud fPrayer.
lljjyou want Jeff. Davis to suet
rotrforrelellan & Pendleton
Oct. 23d, LSG4-, at the Lutheran Par
eonage, in Hamilton, by Hev. Henry Sei
feff, ,Mr. Reuben H. Sirydr and Miss
EaryA-AVeiss, both of Chcsnuthill, Mou
roe County, Pa.
November 1, 186-i.
The-Directors have this day declared a
tfiTwfeird: of Five per cent, clear of Taxes,
payable on and after the 11th inst.
J. H. STROtJK Cashier.
BROWN & KELLER'S,
A large assortment of Extra.. Plated
SPOONS, FORKS, &c..of superior quality.
to take the place of Solid Sixvjer Ware.
Having made a large purchase, they are ena
Bled to supply housekeepers at astonishingly
xw rates. Uali and examine.
Stroudsburg, May 5th,. 1864.
Pulmonary' Consumption a Curabler Bis
6 AS 6
K TO CONSUMPTIVES.
Tho undersigned having been restored to
health m a tew .weeks, by a verv simnln rem
cdy, after having suffered several years with
cuvtrri: -lung-anectioii, and that dread d
seasc consumption is anxious to make
known to his fcllow-suffcrcrs the means o:
To all who desire it, he will send a conv
of the prescription used tfrco of charge,)'vith
the directions for preparing and Using the
same, which they will find a sure cure for
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Cqlds,
coughs, tec. The only object of the adver
tiser m sending the Proscription is to bene
fit the afflicted, and spread information which
he conceives to be invaluable ; and he hopes
every sullercr will try his remedy, as it wil
cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing
I'arties wishing the prescription wil
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
- - Kings County,
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IS DR. BUCIIAN'S English Spedjlc
lulls cure in less than. M days, the worst
cases of Xcrvousness, Impotency, Premature
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Urinary, sexual, iervous Ailectionf!, no
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One Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by
mail, on receipt of an order. Address,
JAMES S. BUTLER,
Station D. Bible House,
March 17, 1SGI. 3m.
A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous Der
lihtv Incompetency, Premature Decay and
Youthful Error, actuated by a desire to ben
efit others, will be happy to furnish to all
who need it, (free of charge), the receipe
and directions for making the simple remedy
used in his case. Those wishing to profit by
lis experience, and possess a Valuable Rem-
edv, will receive the same, by return mail,
(carefully sealed), by addressing
No. GO Nassau street, New Y'ork.
May 19, 1S6L 3m.
Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office,
Stroudsburg, Pa., State of Pennsylvania,
1st day of November 1864.
Anderson,Phebe Mrs.2 Lee, Amos
AnJerson,t.fames 2 Lindamulh, Jns.
An Jcrsoi.CJroline.Mrs.M-insfield, Jerome
Brown, S. C
Mvers, Simon 2
Pheouix, Dell Miss
Ridge way, Jane
Bush, B. W.
Coo! hi ugh, Mr.
Felherman, Charles 2 Smith, Jacob
urrovc, ranic, iUiss
Schacfer, Jno. D.
Staples, G. L.
Tobv, Wm. I!.
Tyler, Geo. M.
Heller, M. L.
tlenckle, Wni. II.
G7-To obtain any of these letters,.thc ap
plicant must' call for "Advertised Letters,"
"ivc the date of this list, and pay. or.o cent
fcVIfnot called for within one month,
they will be sent to the Dead letter Office.
TiiEOiJUlti; SUiiUUil, i'. m.
Ayer's Oatharlic Pills
.4 RE the most perfect purgalno which Wf
. are able lu produce or which v.e think
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fects have abundantly t-buwn to the commu-
. . . . i i: .
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to lake, but powerful to cure. Their pene
tr.ilin properties siinnilaJe She vital activi
ties ol the body, remove the obstruction oi
iss organs, purify the uiivd, and expel riis
eae. "'Fhev jsurpeoutthef.ini humors which
breed ami gmw disimper, simulate slujrg'sh
or tJisoruereu organs iinu uk-h u.nui.n .auuu,
nd impart a heallliy l"ue with ftrenglh to
the whole system. N: on'y do ihey cure
the evcry-d'iy complaints of everybody, hut
nlFn forfiiidablc aud daiiL'erons diseases.
While they produce powerful efl'ectf, they
am at the same time, In diminished doses,
Ihe safest and best physic that can be cm-!
ployed for chi'dren. Beimj sugar-coated,
i hey are pleasant to take; and being purely
vegetable, are free from any risk of harm.
Cures have been made which surpass belief,
were ihey not Hibs;anliuted by men'of such
exalted position and character, as to forbid
the suspicion oi uuiruiu. miuuy uuiujuim
clergymen and physiciirB have lent their
names to certify to the public the reliability
of our remedies, winJe others In ve sent us
the assurance of their conn'ction that, our
Preparations contribute immensely to the re-
ief of our anticicd, sutiermg- leiiow ien.
The agent below named is pleated to fur
nish gratis our American Almanac, contain
in directions for ihe se and certificates of
their cures, of the tollowing complaints:
Co.-tiveness, Billions Complaints, Khcuma-
mv ft. . s f . If ,1 K naV-n
tiem, uropsy, iieauHuni, iiuauntuu uhjuij;
from foul stomach, Ixausca, indiffesiion, fljor-
hlfl naction of the Uowels 3t)U rum uriswg
therefrom. Flatulency, loss of Appetite, all
Diseases which require an evocuanlmetlicine.
TIipV also, bv nurifying t lie blood and stimu-
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- ' - i . L I.
it would not be supposed they could reach,
such as Deafness Partial JJIinuness, JN curat
riaand Nervous Irritability, Derangements
of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and other
of the bodv, orobfctruction of its functions
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers
with other preparations which they make
more profit on. Demand Ayer'eJ and take
no others. The sidf Want the best aid there
is for them, and they should have iu
Prepared" by Dr. J. Ayer & Co., Lo
wellp Mass., and sold by Win. Hollinshead,
Drcher & Brother, in Stroudburg,;and by
dealers in medicine everywhere.
August 4, 1864.-1 yce2'ra.
families and Hotels supplied with Oys
ters., fresh from the "City, everyday, at
WHITE & SCHOCH.
ge of Base.
The subscriber would inform the public.
very respectfully, that since the dissolution
of partnership between Keller & yaters, he
has beeu carrying on the
Boot & Shoe Business
' .at his old, stand, one doorabove- the
Express Office, on Elizabeth St., where he
. -ii t t . , . . , ...
win ue nappy 10 wait on ins om customers
and as many new ones as can make it con
venicnt to call. Besides being prepared, at al
times to fill all orders for custom work, fhe
public will find on his shelves, for sale an
elegant assortment of ready made
BOOTS & SHOES,
for mens, womens. raisse&and childrens-wea
the selection and purchase of which he su
perintends in person, and can, therefore, ree
omend them to purchasers. To the crall he
offers a general assortment of
Shoe -Find in;ri, .asls, &c, &c,
of the Best quality, all of which he offers at
small advance upon cost. Thankful for the
liberal patronage" which he has already re
ceived, he hopes by prompt attention to bus
iness and to the wants of thejcommunity to
merit a continuance ot the same.
No charge for showing goods. Drop in.
' , ' CHARLES WATERS
Stroiidsbitrg, August "4th, 1864.
Election of Electors
Of a Preshlenfaod Vice President
of (he United States.
Whereas, by an act of the General Assem
bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
entitled "an act regulating the General Elec
tions within the said Commonwealth," pass
ed on the 2d day of July, 1839, it is made
the dutv of, the High Sheriff of every county
to give public notice of such elections to be
ioldm, and to make known in such notice
what officers are to he elected. Therefore,
L LINFORD MARSH, llfch Sheriff of
the county of Monroe, do make known " bv
this proclamation to the electors of the coun
ty ot Alonroe, that an Llection will be held
in said county, on the iuesday next after
the first Mondav in November, being
Tituvfiny, !St; Sils of IVovosssSivr
next, at which time
of a President and Vice President are to be
Places of Voting.
The .freemen of the township of Chesnut-
lill are to hold their election at the house of
''elix Storm, in said township.
The freemen of the lownship of Cool-
baugh will liold their election at the house
of John Yothers in said township.
The freemen of the township of Hamilton
will hold their election at the house of Isaac
Deitz,in said township.
The lrccmen or the township ot -Middle
Smithfield, will hold their election at the
muse of James Place, in said township.
The freemen of the township of Pocono,
will hold their election at the house of Ma-
nassah Miller, in said township.
The freemen of the township oi Paradise,
will hold their election at the house ot i
Abraham Gish, in said township.
The freemen of the township of Polk, will
lold their election at the house of Henry
Roth, in said township.
The freemen of the township of Price, will
mid their election at the house of Lewis
ong, in said towndiip.
The freemen of the township of EldrcJ,
will hold their election at the house of Jos.
lawk, in said township.
The freemen of the township, of Ross, will
lold their election at the house of Jacob 11.
Stocker, in said township.
The ireemen of the township of Smithhcld
will hold their election at the house of J.
Depue Labar, in said township.
The frecmcji of Stroudsburg, will hold
their election at the Court House, in said
The freemen of the township of Stroud, will
mid their election at the house of George
vnauss, in the borough of Stroudsburg.
The freemen oi the township ot JLobyhan-
nah, will hold their election at the house of
Robert Warner, in said township.
The freemen of the township of Jackson,
will hold their election at the house of John
Osterhoudt, in said township.
The freemen of the township of Tunk-
lannock, will hold their election at the
iiouse of Benjamin F. Schafer, in S3 id town
The freemen of the township ot liarrctl,
will hold their election at tho house of Philip
Rockafellow, in said township.
The law regulating the election of Prcsi
dential electors, provides as follows:
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, in General As
sembly met, ad it is hereby enacted by the
authority ot the same : J. nai uie election
for electors of President and Vice President
of the United States shall in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty,
and every fourth year thereafter, be held on
the T'uesduy next alter the first iuondayin;
Section; 2. -Every year in which the cit
izens of tho Commonwealth shall yolc forj
JBIectors ot rresiuent oj uie unnuu oiaics,
the assessors of the several wards, townships.
iucoFporated districts and boroughs vwith in
this Commonwealth, except within the cjty
and county of Philadelphia, shall, at allrea
sonable times after the second uesdayiot
October in sa'd years and until within ten days
of tlie time fixed by law for the election of
Electors of President and Viqe President of
the United State?; on the personal npplica
cation of any white froeman claiming to .be
assessed within their proper ward, township.
incorporated district or borough, or claiming
a right to vote thereon, as being between the
a"e of twenty-one and twenty-twoyears, and
having resided in the Commonwealth one
vear. enter the name of such person on the
.list of taxable inhabitants,:and said assessors
shall at least eignt aays previous. w un; uuy
fixed for the eleption of said electors make
outduplicate copies of the.name or names so
entered, and after certifying and signing
the same shall deliver one copy to the Cora-
missigners,pf their respective counties to bp
njeu.oy earn vommissou.ya J"
tive office' and" the other -copy' the assessors
shall .'hold and. Band oyer, "without alteration
,or addition to- one of- the inspectore of tl9
pr'bper efectfofl district, on obefbfe eight
o'clock on the nmrnirig of thB;dpy fixed for
tire election Of said electors.
Notice is Hereby Given,
That .every person, excepting Justices" of
the Peace, ho shall' liold ian office' on Ap
pointment of prirfft or trust, under the United
States or of this State, of any city "or- cor'po
rated district, whether aT commissioned office?
or otherwisej-a subordinate officer, or.agerrft
who is or shall be employed" under the legis
lative, exe6utive or judiciary department of
tlfis State ot the United States; or ot any
incomorated district": and also: tUat every
member of Congress, and of the state legis
lature and of the select or common council
of any city, or commissioner of any incorpo
rated district is by law incapable of holding
or exercising at.the same time, the appoint
ment of Judge, inspector, or clerk of any e-
lection of this commonwealth, and that no
inspector, Judcre or other offidef of such elec
tibn shall be eligible to be then voted for.
And the said act of Assembly, entitled
"an act relating to elections of thiscommon
wealth, passed July 2d. 1839, further prOridcs
That the Inspectors and Judges shall meet
at the respective places appointed for hold
ing the election in the district to which they
respectively belong, before nine o'clock m
tlje morning of the second Tuesday of Oc
tober, and each 'of said inspectors shall ap
point one clerk, who shall be a qualified voter-
'It shall be the duty of said assessors)re-
spectiyely tcValtend at, the placeidf holding
every general, special, or lownsnip ciecaon
during the whole time said election is kept
open, for the purpose of giving Information
to the inspectors and judges, when called on
in relation to the right of any person assess
ed by them to vote at such election, and
such other matters in relation to;the assess
ments of votes as' the said inspectors or judg
es, or either-of them; shall from time to time
Agreeably to the provisions of the sixty-
first section of said act every General and
Special election ghall be opened between
the hours of eight and ten in the forenoon,
and shall continue without interruption or
adjournment until seven in the evening,
when the polls shall be closed.
"No person shall be admitted to vote
whose name is not contained in the list of
taxable inhabitants furnished by the Com
missioners, unless first he produce a receipt
for payment within two years, of a State or
county tax assessed agreeably to the Consti
tution, and give satisfactory evidence, cither
on his own oath or the affirmation of another
that he has paid such tax, or on failure to
produce a receipt, shall make oath to the
payment thereof; or, second if he claims a
right to vote by being an elector between
the ages of 21 and 22 years he shall depose
on oith or affirmation that he has resided in
the State at least one year next before his
implication and make such proof of residence.
in the district as is required by this act, and
that he does verily believe, from the accounts
given him, that he is of the age aforesaid,
and give such other evidence as is required
by this act, whereupon the name of the per
son so admitted to vote shall be inserted in
the' alphabetical list by the inspectors and a
note made opposite thereto, by writing the
vonl 'tax,' he shall be admitted to vote by
reason of having paid tax, or the word 'age,,
if he shall be admitted to vote by reason ofj
such age : shall be called out to the clerks
who shall make the like notes m the list ot
oters kept by them.
"In all cases where the name of person
claiming.to vote is found on the list furnish
ed by the Commissioners and Assessors, or his
right to vote whether thereon or not is ob
jected to by any qualified citizen it shall be
the duty oi the inspector to examine sucn
person on oaih as to his qualifications, and
if he claims to have resided within the dis
trict for one year or more his oath shall be
sufficient proof thereof, but shall make proof
at least by one competent witness who shall
be a qualified elector that he has resided with
in the district for more than ten days next
preceding such election and shall also him-
i.. .i t i ci :..
sell swear, uiai ms uouauuu rusiut;iii;u m
pursuance of his lawful calling is within the
district, and that he did not remox'e m said
district for the purpose of voting therein.
'Every person qualified aforesaid, and who
shall make due proof, if required of his resi
dence and payment of taxes aforesaid, shall
be. admitted to vote in the township, ward or
be admitted to vote in the township, ward or
district in which he shall reside.
"If any person not qualified to vote in this
Commonwealth, agreeably to law, (except the
sons of qualified citizens) shall appear at any
nlace of election for the purpose ot issuing
tickets or influencing the citizens qualified
to vote, he shall on conviction forfeit and pay
any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars,
for every such offence, and be, imprisoned for
any term not exceeding three months.
Pursuant to the provision contained in the
6th section of the act aforesaid, the Judges
of the aforesaid district shall take charge ot
the cef tifidate or return of the election' of
their respective districts and produce them
at a meeting of the iudgesfrom each district
at tlxj Court Iiouse in tho-Borough of Strouds-
burf, on the third day after the day of elec
tion, being- for the present year" on FRWA Y
tlmiytiidsiyol lXOVEMUEK next, then and
there to do, and perform the duties required
bv law of said judges. Also,- that wkcre a
judge by sickness or unavoidable. Circumstan
Re, is unable to attend said meeting oi Juug
rs. then the certificate or return as atoresam
shall be taken charge of by one of the In
spectors 'or clerks of the election of said; flis
trict, who shall uo anu perionu uie amies
required -of saidjtidge- unable to attend.-
Also, that in the 81st section of the said
nr.t. it is nnncted that "when two or more
counties shall compose a, district for the
choice of. member or. members ot the Senate
of tins Commonwealth, or ot, the Iiouse ot
Representatives of the United States or ot
this'commonwealth, the judges of the elec
tion in each countv, having met as aforesaid,
the clerks shall make out a fair statement off
all the votes which shall have been given at
such election within the county, for every
person voted for, as such member or mem
bers, which shall be signed by said judges
and attested by the clerks, and one of said
nidges shall take charge' of said certificate
UlHl snail prouueu uie bamu at, h. iiKJUiirig ui
t i ii i it i - . r
one iudge tronrcach county at such place m
subh districts as is or may be appointed by
law for such purpose, which meeting shall
be held on the seventh day after the election,
being for the present.on Tuesday the 15th day
of November, at the Court House in btrouds
burg, Monroe county, for the Representative
return judges, then and there to perform the
duties required by law of the atoresam Assem
(God Save the Commonwealth.)
L1NE0RD MASH, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Officp, Stroudsburg, )
For sale at this Office
! i iri i ajteJ'uMLmltJ !.,r-,.. -
The Secretary of the Treasury gives no
tice that subscriptions will be eceived for
coupon, x reasurylN ptes, payable three years
from Aug. 15th, 1864, with
terest at the rate, of. seven and three-tenths
per cent. p6r annum, principal5 a'nd" inter
est both to" be paid in lawful money.
These notes will be convertible at the op
tion of (he holder at maturity, into six per
cent, gold bearing bonds,- payable not less
than five nor more than twenty years from
their date,, as tfie Gbverument may elect.
They will be issued in denominations of $50,
$100, S900, $1,000, and 85,000, and- all
subscriptions must be for fifty dollars or some
multiple of "fifty dollars.
The notes will be transmitted to tlib own
ers free of transportation charges sis' sdbn af
ter the receipt of tho original Certificates of
Deposit as they can be prepared1.-
As the notes draw interest from August
15, persons making, deposits subsequent to
that date must pay the interest accrued from
date of deposit
Parties depositing twenty-five thousand
dollars and upwards or 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
ceipt of a bill for the amount, certified to by
the officer with whom the deposit was made.
No deductions for commissions must be made
rom the deposits
Special Advantages of this Loan.
It is a. National Savings Bank offering a
higher rato of interest than any other, and
the best security. Any savings bank which
pays its depositors in U. S. Notes, considers
that it is paying in the best circulating me
dium of the country, and it cannot pay in
anything better, for its own assets are either
in government securities or in notes or bonds
payable in government paper.
It is equally convenient as a temporary or
permanent investment. The notes can al
ways be sold for within a fraction of their
face and accumulated interes:, and arc the
best security with hanks as collaterals for
Convertible into a Six. per Cent. 5-20 Gold
In addition to the very liberal interest on
the notes? forthree years, this-privilege of
conversion is.now worth about three per cent
oer annum, for the current rate 5-20 Bonds
is not less than 7iiie j)cr cent, premium,
and before the war the premium on six per
cent. U. S. stocks was over twenty percent.
't will be seen that the actual profits on this
oan, at the present market rates, is not less
than ten per cent, per annum.
Its Exemption from State or Mu
But aside from all the advantages we have
enumerated, a special Act of Congres ex
empts all bonds and 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
wreat inducements lo lenders as those issued
by the government- In all of h'e formtf of
indebtedness, the faith or ability of private
parties or stock companies or separate com
munities only, is pledged for payment,
while the whole property of the country is held
to secure the discharge of all the obligations
of the Uuited Stales.
While the government oilers the most lib
eral teims for its loans, it believes that the
very strongest appeal will be to the 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 60 endorsed it must be left with the
officer receiving the deposit, to be forwarded
to the Treasury Department.
Subscriptions M11 be received by the
Treasurer of the United States, at Washing
ton, the several Assistant Treasurers and
designated Depositaries and by the
First National Bank, Of Scrnnton Pa.
Second National Bank of Scrariion, Pa.
and by all National Banks which a deposita
ries of public money, and all
RESPECTABLE. BANKS xsff BANKERS
throughout the country will give further in
Afford every Facility lo Sabccribcrd.
September 1, 18G-1,
All persons indebted to Simeon Schoon
over, either by note, b'obk account of oth
erwise, arc requested" to settle their ac
counts as soon as possible. He hopes
that this request will be responded to, a
his lat6 serious loss by" fire necessitates
him to make this call.
Bushkill, June 9, 1861.
THE CONFESSIONS AND ESPBEEEKSE
OF AN INVALID.
Published for the benefit, and as a CAU
TION TO YOUNG MEN and others, who
trailer from Nervous Debility, Premature
Decay of Manhood, &c, supplying- at the
same time the iueans of aEiiF-ouiit..
one Who has cured himself after undergoing
considerable quackery. By enclosing a post
paid' addressed envelope single copies may
be had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.,
Brooklyn, Kings Co;, N. Y.
June 2, 104. ly.
M". &T. P. WATSON,
(livery stable attached)
& 39 North 2d st., between Market
February 26,1863.-ly, -
F ABM FOR SALE.
The subacribSr offers aft private sale, the"
valuable Farm on whieh he n'ow resides,
sitfuate in Middle Smithfield forisntfr,
Monroe County, Ph., about nlrsV mil&rg
from Stroudsburg, adjoining-lands"of Johnf
V. Coolbaugh, Martin Place, and others? r
The Farm contains
One Hundred and Forty Acrc.iV-
about 100 acres of which is improved and "
in a good state of cultivation, and ther'
balance Timber Land. About 40 acres '
is good Meadow, and a stream of Water
runs through the premises. Tho' im-'
'provements are-a- ,
FrtimeDVellng Honse Jm
aJScw Barn' arid' Wagon House, and otho?
out-buildings, with a' never failing SpffrigC -of
wafer at the dob? of the dwelling. i
Third are a number of Fruit Trees on the
place. LIMESTONE on the premises;
aThis is one of the best Dairy f&tx&s in;"
Persons desiring to view the Farm, canr
do so by calling on the undersigned, rcsi-'
October 27, 1861.
Stroudsburg, Prf., Oct. 15; 1864.
The annual election for Directors will,
b'e held at the Banking House, on- Mon
day, the 21st day of November next, be-'-,
tween tho hours of ten A. M., and two"
A general nrc6tin'g of the Stockholders
will be held at the sama place, on Tues-
day the 12th day of November rreity afr .
12- o'clock, M. .
J. H. STROUD, Cashier.
IRON IN THE BLOOD.
It is well known to the medical profession
that IRON is Hie Vital Principle of Life El
ement of the blood. This is derived chienjr
from the food ue eat; but if the food is not
properly digested, of if, from any cause what- .
ever, the necessary quantity of iron is not!
taken into the circulation," or becomes re'-"
duced, the whole system suffers. The bad
blood will irrita'e the heart',- will clog up the
lungs, will stupefy the brain, will obstruct
the liver, and will send its disease-producing
elements to ail parts of the system, and eve
ry one will suffer in whatover organ may be-"
prcdis'posdd to' disease.
The great value' of
IKOtf AS A MEDfCtffE
i3 well known and acknowledged by all med-;
pieal men'. The difficulty has been to obtain
such a preparation of it as will enter the cir
culation and assimilate at once with the
blood. This point, snys Dr. Hayes, Massa
chusetts Stale Chemist, has been attained iri
the Peruvian Syrup, by combination' iri a1
way before unknown.
T i I K PK R U VI AN SYRUP
is a PROTRACTED solution of the PRO
TOXIDE OF IRON. A NEW DISCOV
ERY IN MEDICINE, that Siri&e at the
Rout of Disease by supplying the Hoo'd with'
its Vital Principle or Life Elzmeni Iron.-
THK PKRTJVlN V?2UP
Curcs'F)yspbpsia,i Liverv complaint, Dropsy,
revcr and Ague, iinss ot Energy,
THE PKKUVIAN SYRUP
Infuses strength, vigor, and new life into'
the system, ?nd builds up an
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cures Chrbnic Diarrhcea. Scrofula, Boils,
Scurvy, Loss o' Constitutional Visor
THK PERUVIAN SYRUP'
Cures Nervous Affections, Female Com-"
plaints, and all diseases of the Kidneys
THK PERUVIAN SYRUP
Is a Specific for all diseases originating in a
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD, or accom
panied by Debility or a Low State of the
Pamphlets containing' certificates of cures
and recommendations from some of the most
eminent Physicians, Clergymen, and others,
will be sent frkk to any address.
We select a few of the" names fd show the"
character of the testimonials.
JOHN E. WILLIAMS, ES$, .
President of the Metropolitan B'uilf, N. V.
Rev. ABEL STEVENS',
I Late Editor Christian Advocate and Journal.-
Rev. P. CIJUR'OflV
Editor New York Chronicle.
Prepared by N. L. CLARK &. CO., effu
sively for J. DINSMORE, No. 491 Broad
way New York. Sold by all Druggists.
Redding's Ru sia Salve
Heals Old Sores.
Redding's Eiissia Salve
Cures Burns, Scalds, Cuts.
Redding's Russia Salve.
Cures Wounds, Bruises. Sprains.
Redding's Russia Salve
Cures Boils, Ulcer's, Cancers.
Redding's Russia Salvo
Cures Salt ithcum, Piles, Erysipelas
fie'ddiug's Ssssia SaSvc
Cures Ringworms, Corns, &c,
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
Only 25 cents a Box.
T" T- T - T- -ri J T
1'. UilNSAlUlU'j. lo
S. J. FOWLE & Co., No. 18 Tremeat St.,
Boston. And by all Druggists and Country St'orc
May 19, lSf)'4. ly.
STEPHEN MOLJfSS, JR.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SURVEYOR AND CONVEYANCER,
STROUDSBURG, PENNA,. -
Officii Willi 5. S. IrohcvJ,
N. B. Special attention pa:tl?&' tho filing
of Pension papers, and tho collection of back
pay, and bounties of soldiers.
Stroudsburg, Ocj.jVl8G2. ...
: BLANK lSKS "
For Sale at thijQfgjLie '