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Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
Sunning Time of Passenger Trains,
V. M P. M.
5 12 48
j Chnk's Summit,
i Water Gap.
j Moun; iJctliel.
, '.Manunka Chunk,
? New Hampton.
I J 2.04
1 Ch.inge for fhil. P
The Passenger Train IVorl toward
Leaves New Hampton on ihe arrival of the
Mail Train which leaves New York at S.00
A. M., and Manunka Chunk on the arrival
of the Tram which leaves Philadelphia,
(Kensington Depot) at 7.15 A. M. At
Scranton this Train makes close connections
with Trains on I lie Lackawanna & Blooms
bur? and Delaware & Hudson Railrouds, and
at Great Bend with ihe Mail Train on the
Erie Railway going West.
The Pavicitfjer Train South ward
Leaves Great Bend after the arrival of the
Cincinnati Express from the West, connec
ting at Scranton with Trains on the Lacka
wanna and Bloonisburg and Delaware and
Hudson Jlailroads; al Manunka Chunk with
Ihe train for Philadelphia, and at New Hamp
ton with trains for New York, the Lehigh
Valley, Harrisburg, &c. Passengers by tins
Train arrive in New York at 5.40, in Phila
delphia at 6.30, and iu Harrisfurg al b20
The Accomodation Train
Northward, connects at Great Bend with the
Day Express going West, by which passen
gers arrive at Ithaca and Syracuse the same
Southward, leaves Great Bend after the
arrival of the New York Express going East.
OCT All Passenger Trains on the Erie
Railway stop al Great Bend.
WATTS COOKE, Superintendent.
I!. A. HENR Y, General Ticket Agent
TO YOUNG MEN.
Just Published in a Scaled Envelope.
Price Six Cents.
A Lecture on the Mature, Trent.
ment and radical cure of Spermator
rhoea, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary
Emissions Sexual Debility, and Impediments
to -Marriage generally. Nervousness, Con
sumption, Epilepsy, ind Fits; Mental and
rirysical Incapacity, resulting from Sclf-A
buse, &c, By ROB'T J. CULVERWELL,
M. I)., Author ot the "Green Book," &c.
The world renowned author, in this admi
raoie jeciure, cie.iriv proves irom ins own
personal experience that the awful conse
quences of Self-Abuse may be effectually re
moved without medicine, and without dan
gerous surgical operations, bougies, instru-
ment, rings or cordial, pointing out a mode
of cure at once certain and effectual, bv
which every sufferer, no matter what his
condition may be, may cure himself cheaplv,
privatf-lv, and .radically. THIS LECTURE
WILL PROVE A BOON TO THOUS
ANDS AND THOUSANDS.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, post-paid, on receipt of six
cents, or two post stamps. Address the pub-
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, Post of
fice box 45G.
June 16, 1864. ly.
mi w. if. wmm,
Where he 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,) vherehe will be in
strict attendance to all Professional calls.
No Patent Medicines us'd or recommend
ed. The remedies administered are those
which ill not break down the coiifctitution,
but renovate the system from all injuries it
has sustained Irom improper treatment, and
leave the syhtem in a healthy and perfect I v
Melaucliolly Abberation, that state or ali
cnalion and weakuenj of ihe mind which so
render non-on .....hl.. ,,rnmn.,n, ...J
nU . - r . . I
picture or pcriotiiiing the duties of ife.
D YSPEPS1 A. That dittretftin di,enSS
i r r i
and fell defctroyor of health and happiness.
Undermining ihe constitution and vearlv cor.
?ywg tboueand to untimely graves, can 1110K
Cmpnaticnliy be cured.
baffled previous medical hk,ll. can be cor.H
by proper treatment; and I do sav. fve.U
RHEUMATISM In any form or condi- medicinal, sacramental or other uses, cafl &c, &c. Being an experienced workman Str0U(lsburS, April 2, 18(33.
tion watraottd currable, Epilepsy, or falling on Dreher & Brother, himself, and employing none but the best
sickne-all chronic or stubborn cates of Ifyou want the best ofnr, Tooth, Nail hands and the best material, the public may flfttllift If SI 31 fti'i! SfolW
female Dueases, radically remored. Salt and Cloth Brushes, Combs, Soaps, Cosmel- rest assured that all work cominJ rom his WUlUlt BdU Ul " OlOlC.
pT'J dcsc,r,Pl,on of "Jccrat.ons ancf Toilet Articles generally, call on shop will be fully equal, if not superior, to William llolli.isliencl,
i neb ana acro.ulous diseases, which hai l)mlmP a n.,i.. ti,., 1... .... t, . .... . '
rv..,r........v,.. u.. 11 . w
the LunuHnrrniriRt all rhmmps .r. .V
a l clmres 1 t
f, " C'' 1'!!:,
the cause and character of intermittents,(Pe-
ver and Ague.) m 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 mv office in the English
mTaTZ r 1 . 1 . y wearing my sure 10 get a pure and genuine article by Elizabeth street, in the borough of Strouds
Medicated Jacket, whlcn in a protect in t nallim? on ni.- X n.u f 1 ...1 ,.' ..j.
ana uermun language, free of charge. Will
make visits any distance. Wednesdays and
oaiureays set aprt tor patients from a dis
tance. Way be addrensed by leltfr fcoofiden
uiny.jaou ujeuicmes sent with proper di-
sections to any pari of the country. to
Dr. W. H. WITMOR.
Office in Eagle Hotel Building,
AUentmvn, Lehigh Co.,Pa.
September 1, 1864 -ly.
Jor Sale at this Office.
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST
RELIABLE REMEDIES IN THE
Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bron-
emus, uimcuity ot Ureatnmg, asinma,
iioarseness, Sore Throat, Uroup anu
every affection of
THE TimOAT, LUNGS.AND CHEST,
Ut. . , t rtl'JI.l ill.
lStftr'S BalSiim Of U liU UlCrry,
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
uorks speak for it, and fine utterance in the
lbundant and voluntary testimony of the ma-
ny who from long suffering and settled dis-
case nave by ns use ueen restored to pristine
vigor and lieaiin. we can present a mass
of evidence in proof of our assertions that
CON NOT BE DISCREDITED.
a I .
The Rev. Jacob Sccltlcr,
Well known and much. respected among the
uerman population in this country, make.-
the following statement far the benefit of the
Hanover, Pa. Feb. 16, 1859.
Dear Sirs: Ilrmnff realized in my fumi
lv irn fif irt n li t hrnnKlo iVrwii fftn litre rt trrtnrl
vnl..nl.ln nrPnuMmn-WLtr 7?Sm nf
Wild Cherry it afS.rds me pleasure to re-
commend it to the public. Someeiht years
ago one. of my daughters seemed to be in .
decline, and little hopes of her jecovcry were
entertained, I then procured a bottle of your
excellent B.ilsani, and before she had taken
the whole of the contents of the bottle there
was a great improvement in her health. 1
have, in my individual case, made frfequeni
use of your valuable medicine, and have al
ways been benefitted by it.
From Hon. John E. Smith, a distinguished
Laicycr in Westminster, Hid.
I have tin several occasions used Dr. Wis
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry for severe colds.
and always with decided benefit. 1 know ol
no preparation that is more cfiicacious or
more deserving of "enentl use.
The Balsam has also be'n used with ex-
cellent effect by J. B. Elliott, Merchant,
Hall Cross Roads, Md
WMar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
None genuine unless signed I. BUTTS,"
on the wrapper.
Fur sale by
J. P. Dixsmore, No. 401 Brodwny, N. York.
S. W. Fowle & Co., Proprietors, Boston.
And by all Drggitts,
.ftf i HO'7 6 iSflfifilSa KiVO
-n -m m . . I
--"-'-'Q iwma. K76a i ,
FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
Has fully established the superiority of
Kc,-:diiS-s Ku.sssa Salve
Overall other healing preparations
lion as if by magic. Only 25 cents a box
r or sale by
S P. DIXSMORE. No. 401 Brodwav. N. Y
J. W. FOWLE & Co.. No. 18 Tremonl.st.
Boston, and by all Druggists.
May 12, ltiUl. ly.
DRELTER & BROTHER,
(Successors to Durling &, Boys)
Respctfully notify the public, that hav
ing purchased the above establishment, thev
will continue the Drug and Medicine busi
ness, at the old stand. The room is commo-
dious, and is fitted up with every convenience
inr Tun fitrnnrnh ,ki r ,i i
u,, uusuiwsaiiu me arcommn-
" ' 6
SSjIHudiciiies, l'erfnniery, &c,
purcuaseu wun a view to tiie ac-
tion of tlic new tax and tariff
laws, they are prepared to offer
rare bargains to purchasers.
If you want pure, fresh Drugs and Medi
cines, call on Dreher &. Brother.
Ifyou want firt quality Pain!, Oils and
Dye Stuff's, call on Dreher &. Brother.
Ifyou want Perfumery, in almost endless
variety, call on Dreher & Brother.
If you want Lamps and mire, safe nJ
cheap Burning Oils, call on
Dreher & Brother.
Ifyou want any of the most popular Pat'-l
cnt Medicines, or those which are not nnitJ
, iii. u. .iwv ijuiiti
popular, call on Dmlmr A. Rmtlmr
article ol Uhcwine Tobacco, call on
S l r
' t -w ....
. .- .. . o - 1
If you want Physicians Prescriptions
carefully compounded, call on
Dreher &. Brother-
If you want pure T17i and Liquors for
In sborL If. JZ"
a well D;
. o -w "u'j
'pi 1 j .
f ,le. undcrs,eV10Pc strict attentio
business' aud a to meet the wants
T. ,.r ,.r ' rv ,!,.st and ge,uie' a,,d U,eir vcI,lc,cs consist of will sell very cheap. He has also a spl
o V.ii, r - , o ' - ' "'I kinds, to suit the taste ol the fattidious. lot of
Salt Rheum Erysipelas Sites, Piles, Corns. Attentive ostlers always on hand, and driver. IFT AWT
Sore Lips, Sore Eyes, &c, &,c, ,,r..;l,n,l U ,!pr..,i rn S)1C1jk. Wib,
Reiiiouiu he nam at once, and redncin -i. .... . . . . at prices varying from 50 cent to SO
the 11101 angry looking Sivrllinss and Intla- r.,,' "il "t il Z X. .' latest styles of Mantillas, Boots, SI
of tlie public, to merit a continuance and i
crease 0f the patronage here "fore evtend
to the Plmonii extendi
GEO. II. DREHER.
E- B. DRDIIER.
Stroudsburg, Oct. 22, 1663
BROWN & KELLER'S,
A large assortment of
A Vlvn- c- 01 superior quality
tnte tnfi place of Solid Silver Waue
' .-.av it Alt JU"
u..i..- J r"-.c,,ai
(lu(.v uuiwanc, L PVnrann.
w oupjjijr uuuauKt-eptjrs ai astonishinelv
rates. Call and examine. 3
Stroudsburg, May 5th, 1864.
Por. sale at this Office
For KatM, 2 ice, Roaches Anils
Bud Buss, Mollis in Furs Wool
ens, & Insects ou Plants. Fowls
mi up m 25c. 50c. and ."sl.UU Boxes, uot-
ties, and Flasks. S3 and Seizes for lio-
tels, Public Institutions, &c.
"Only infallible remedies known."
'Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family.'
"ivais come uui ui uibii
03-Sold Wholesale in all large cities. .
fr-Sold bv all Druggists and Retailers ev-
Q-JuBeware!!! of all worthless imitations,
ft7"See that "Costar's" name is ,on each
Box, Bottle and Flnsk, before you buy.
Q-Address HENRY R. COSTAR.
Wholesale & Retail Agent, Slroudsburg, Pa
March 24, 1S64. 6tn.
The subscriber would respectfully uotify
the public that he has now for sale at hif
Ware. Rooms (old stand) Stroudsburg, a new
and splendid lot of new and fushionab e fur
niture, such as
?L Bureaus Bedsteads, Tables
Tl Chairs &c.
which he will dispose of cheap for cash orl
ready pay. He has also on hand a choice
iflilf Wniil1! noc
P'1"0? he isFePareJ 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, 1864. tf.
Glazier, ami Paper 5HEa-er.
Will attend to, and promptly execute, all
orders with which he may be favored. From
,s uUS experience. in the various brancheH
his long experience. in the various brancho
of his business, he feels confident of rend eM
. i" .7 - 1- T T
nig enure sausiacuon in nis worn. lie
i- - r i I. : . ..i. c.r
may ne. iouiiu at u id suou, on. oimpsoii
street, Slroudsburg, Pa.
Patronage respectfully solicited.
Valentine Kantz & Wnh Huntsman,
(Successors to M. B. Postens,)
k Having purchased iie stock.
lately owned by M. B. Pos-
r ! "... -
rrr,en5' is opportunity to i.ot.tj
lJle,r riends Jlmj t
the public generally, that
they have added considerable new stock to
the same, a.nd will continue the business al
ihe old stand, on Franklin street, where thev
ire prcp.-ired to hire horses and carriages at
. r, -
cabii rates. 1 neir norses are saie,
linne to run the new omnibus between thic
fjorouyh and the Railroad Depot. Persons
intending to go on. the railroad will be called
tor at any part of the borough, by leavin"
iheir names at the office near the stable.
The omnibus will also be at the depot on the
arrival of trains to convey passengers inlo
No pains will he spared Jo give satisfaction
.lit r . ....
'o aw wno may lavor ihem with their patron-
KAUTZ & HUNTSMAN.
ISO WARD ASSOCIATION.!
Diseases of the Nervous. Seminal, Urinarv
Lent "in Reports of the HOWARD
and Sexual Systems new and reliable treat-
GIATION - Sent by mail in sealed letter
i ' - 11 11 1 v i 1 1 1
?uli"uu."' "mvard ,Afot5ia-
p- 0001,1 iNinui aircel
December 17, 1863. ly.
Tlic undersigned havinsr comnletcd hie
new Fo"nflry and Machine Shop would rc-
spcctfully inform his old friends, and the
1"?, Hccrai'y; "iat lie .ally prepared to
f,U a11 .rdcrs in .,,is line witl1 promptness, and
,n a s?',c superior even to what he was able
. i . . .. . ,
10 " m ic old csUiblislunent destroved bv
the flood. Havlnir a full assortment . f mt.
II ..1 r..n . "
"nf i iZSSST V.
w mauu oi mc dcsi material, lie is pre-
to supply all demands for 1
i r i . .... .
Mill Work, Bark AJllS, PibtT Cast
',j col. ixr t 1,
"gS and Sash Weights,
PiMM ENGINES, MACHINE WORK,
Z' tr'-m. -in
i.i 1... .i .. ..... 1 1 1 . . 1
..v .hT ,uutt-u uii ndiwii btrecLncar
wjjure uie oraers 01 oiu ineildsas wel
asnew "eare solicited. Orders from a
nistance mav be addressed, ner mail tn
Stroudsburg, Monroe Co., Pa.
September 4th, 1862.
Soiitbeiiuer & Herrmann.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
August 11, 1864. tf.
LEWIS D. VAIL.
ucuuuB jji. RTHOirn
A1 rniATTVk consider it hhr sacred dutv to rnmmiinirnto
mAXJ 3 1 nVDII. to
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Have removed their Offl tn Ar -rna cj.
Ht.-i . w 'w' Ma'
... uuciTl, I V 11 tnn T-i , - " villi J.,x.
. v ' I TDrrnnll 1 Oil L'. .It CI i - v. . -
Maich 17, 1664 ). Philadelphia Dork
PRICES TO ; SUIT THE TIMES.
Tlic Largest alMj Clacapcs Slock
ever offered in this City.
CHARGE W. DEAN,
French and German Baskets, Wood and
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 theattention 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 Hollers, Patent head and
straight clothes pins, wash board?,
Wooden Mop Handles, Grain
Scoops, Toy Whceloarrows,
Corn Brooms, every' variety
of shoe, paint, scrub, and
sweeping brushes, &c.
clothes brushes, .baskets, willow and ratan
chairs, skirt ratans, bird cages, clothes lines,
bed cords, skirt cords, tie yarns, "twine of all
L-intf trirjol ho" ivifh n In rr .isinrlmiml n!
notions and fancy good.
Hosiery, Gloves, Shirts, Drawers, Threads,
j otc, cheap from auction.
These goods nre all new and carefully bo
lected, and are offered at prices that cannon
rai ,0 aUncl atlention
Buyers will invariably find it to their own
interesj. to call before purchasing elsewhere.
0C7"Particulor attention given to packing
goods for shipment, so as to. prevent damage
tor cxcei'Sive charges for freight.
0OOrders by mail promptly attended to.
CHARLES W, DEAN.
223 Market-st., north side, below 2nd, Phila.
The Country Safe !
The subscn'ter takes this, method of infor
ming his many friends, and the public gene
rally, that he has returned trom llsr citiei.!
with a large lot of
Ready Made Clothing,
of the latest styles, conaisting of
COATS of all kinds and qualities,
PANTS of various styles of goods, and
VESTS of every grnde.
From his present etock he is satisfied that
he can meet the demand of everv taste and
rig out", in a manner hitherto unapproach-
ed, the man with the single dollar, or the
possessor of thousands.
He has also laid in. and will keep on hand
an eletrant assortment of
rnnRistmir nf ninth . r!nvcimtroa Voctlnc
1 - v ...... . ... v..-. . ...iu 11 r i-.
iNotions, Hosiery, oic., &c,
all of which he
p j. .
Gaiters, &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 ana iiaiwarc
The Subscriber informs the public th
he has opened the most extensive
lu tllc CountJ consisting of vcrj' fine and
And a large assortment of
Raipons. Salt Fish, and hundred:
of other articles conimouly kept1
tn a urocery btorc.
The subscriber has. made arrange incuts
Iu t,lc c,tlcs which cnablc3 him to nro-
curc any article in his Hue of business ou
All persons are kindly invited to call
and examine his stock before thev n
All l.;..,i .i ......
ch bJ c subscriber for which the
, " , . . -u x rouute pur-
, . Mf T , . . . ... ""
b Zhcst .MarkeJ Pricc W1 be paid i,r ex-
change for ootls.
Store next door to the Indian Ouccii
.... . .
WllOlCSalC and Retail UvUtSeht
Constantly on hand and for
sale cheap for CASH, a fresh sup-
piy or JLrugs, iUecficmcs, Faints,
Oil, Glass, Puttv. Varnish . Tver-
osene Oil, Perfumery and Fancy Goods;
Sash, blinds and Doors.
Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal
S. Physicians Prescriptions care
Stroudsburg, July 7, 18G4.
TO NERVOUS BUFFERFES OF BOTH
A Reverend Gentleman having been re
stored to health in a few davs. after under.
going all the usual routine and irrRirnlar
M"iMvc inuuca ui ireaiment Wit hnnt hiikpom
1 1 , .:. a
his afflicted fellow creatures th mpana nf 1
cure, nence, on tne receipt of an addressed
envelope, he will send (free) a copy of tljo
j.ivoutiiJi.iuu ubcu. JJirect to Dr. John M
' " olieBU SirQokl)n Now
nTlT" ism IT i'-Tirtfif Tfcii
Mutual Fire Insurance Company
ESTABLISH! ED 1841,
Amount of Property Insured 81,050,000,
The rate of Insurance in this Company
is one dollar" for every thousand dollars in
sured, after which payment no further char
es will be made, except to cover actual loss
by fire that may lull upon members ot the
The policies issued by this Company are
perpetual, a'nd 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 bee
J. Hepue Labar, Jacob Knecht,
Richard S. Staples, Samuel Melick,
Silns L. Drake, Godlieb Aoracher,
Charles D. Brodhead, Jacob Slouffur,
Robert Boys, Theodore Schoch,
Sm'l S. Dreher, Thomas W. Rhodes,
STOGDELL STOKES; President.
James Boys, Secretary and Treasurer.
Silas L. Drake,
G Auncher, Surveyors.
Melchoir Spragle, )
ftt The stated meeting of the board o
Managers lakes place at the Secretary's of
fice, on the first Tuesday of each month, at
1 o'olock P. M.
Stroudsburg, Oct. 8, 1S63.
Time is Money :
The undersigned would inform the public
that he has opened a new. CLOCK 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. He will also keep
well supplied with
111 almost endless variety, wlncli lie will
dispose of at prices that cannot fail to please
mu 1 iiiM tA 1 xjfikRHia v? Aiii
M,PPneu w oruer ai a small auvance upon
wholesale city prices
I T 1 . 1 - . 1 I
"'o ? pracucai worhman wunmucii ex-
penence in nis ousmess, 11c designs giving
his personal attention to the repairing ot
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &c., and feels
assured that he can jrive satisfaction to all
hvho entrust work to his care. (KTAH work
His Store is on Elizabeth Street, South
side, between Ilime's Store and the Post Of-
v-c, wiiun; UJU JUUJ1UU1U curuiuny inviiuu 10
Hz... ..i.i: i:..it.. : x
call and examine his stock.
Stroudsburg, May 19, iSfil. 6m.
fiasbMIl Woolen Factory.
Card tag, Spinning, Weavta;
The subscriber respectfully cives notice to
and is now prepared to finish all work en
trusted to liiiii in a superior manner. He
prepared with proper machinery to manufnc
lure all kinds and colors of broad and narrow
ciom, prompuy unu neauy. country card
i i . 1
ing attended to at six cents per pound cash
and seven cents if charged.
Wool will be taken and returned bv the
subscriber once in two weeks to and frum the
following places, viz: at Peters' store. Mar
vl.flllo Prnnl, I H I. I r M 1
u. i.iu.n a uuu ii. xj. r rcese
stores, Shawnee, at either of the Stores in
Stroudsburg, ford's mill, Stroud township.
Wallace's or Pinchott's t-tores in MilforJ,
Kinney's or McCartv's blores at DiturmniV
Ferry, at Nyce's &. Peter's store, Egvpt
mill ui uutnui o xiuiti ui ieiiman ISO.
Wool the highest cath price naid for
wool, ruur carding machines in runninp
oruer, cnaoies nun lo card wool at ail hours
i i . . ...
1 he subccriber
h.is a qua utitv of Broad
i,ium6 oil oaiiu, me purchase ol which he
I-.!.- I 1 .1. I T. ...
rtiinprint.iiiin.! u, no,.. I.:.
r - i-ts'ii uui iiii; ma IUCUIJI
. T.i i ...i - ... CT
trip to England, which he wil! .exchange for
wool and allow the highest market price.
Thankful for past favors, he hopes lo
c,c,ve' he is dolermincd to merit, a liberal
-hare of natrons
June 2, 166-1.
Has permanently located him
self in Stroudsburg, and moved
his office nox-r. flnni in Dr S
Walton, where he is fullv nrnoarnd tn tmnt
ihe naturaHceth, and also to insert incorrup-
.uii; unuiciai leetn on pivot and plate, in the
miesi anu most improved manner. Most
persons know the dancer and foil v nf trust.
l(iS their work to the io-norant ns wnll nc
thc traveling dentist. It matters not how
" , V il person may nave,, lie it
im iu navu home lanurcs out ot a numbes
of cases, and if the dentist lives at a distancor!
it is frequently put ofT until it is too late to
Niye me tootn or tooth as it mav be, other
wise the inconvenience and trouble of o-oing
... mi. iiuuucaiiy oi OOtainill"-Hie
services of a dentist near home. All work
Stroudsburg, March 27, 1862.
This splendid Hotel, situated
near the Stroudsburg Depot, pos
sesses all the advantages the
guest can desire. The house is
fitted and furnished in an unsurpassed Htvlp.
and the Parlors and Rooms are commodious
and well ventilated, with good attendance.
Attached Is extensive stablincr. Terms rea
A. M.JONES. Prnnrifilnr .
June 2, lS64.-tf.
ie inhabitants ol Monroe and Pike Counties, Icclc, C. M'Kibbon &. Son, Hon. II. D. Fo
IP;.ntll f hn flliiltlf nir finiiitlm.. .I T...., T I T T,. A IT T1 .1 TT . . '
u. u.u ....j-. ..11.1 ..uuiiuts ui jitw jui- huh. -v. ii. ivecuur, iiou. vsa i acxer,
. sev, that he has rebuilt and refitted thn old Hon. Warrnn J Wmidu-nnl v r
established Woolen Factory at Bushkiil, Pa. Esq.
Brown & Keller.
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Sil?tr
ware, ,PIated Ware, B0ks,
Stationery, Wall Paper,
Notions, &c, &Ct
They have recently n,,rucaA txrT?i?
ICE'S OLD STAND and with increased5
acu ueB lor Dusmess, and a determination'
to please, feel justified in asking the con
tinued patronage of the old cutmn,D rt,;.
establishment. In constant Mmmnit
with Importers in New York and Pmrv.
delpiiia, and in possession of peculiar ad
vantages in mis respect, they are prepared
to sell CLOCKS, WATCHES k JEW
ELRY, of superior make and finish as well
also as of cheaper character, at remarkably
They also keep constantly on hand the'
best quality of
Silver and Plated Ware, Tea Spoons, Cati
tors, Spectacles, Razors, Pen-knives,
Scissors, and all sorts of Cutlery ;
Toys of all kinds, Childrens
Carriages, Bird cages,
Baskets, Guns and Pistols, Lamps of mi
kinds and Fixtures; Superior Sewing
Machines, Clothes Wringers, School
Books, Miscellaneous and Blank
Books, Ledgers and Day
Books. Paper, Envelopes
Pens, Ink, $c, t$-c.
Photograph Frames, Wall Paper, Wind
Shades, and Fruit Cans of every de
scription. Lamp Burners altered. Repairing of Cletta,
Watches and Jewelry attended to promptly
and satisfactorily. Orders takon fr Siliw
Ware and filled with dispatch.
Slroudsburg, May 10, 1864. tf
Having changed my base of op.ratieas,
being located in the New Brick atore oppo
site the Pc3t office, supplied with a new
stock of Hats, Caps, and Furs, I am now
prepared to sell goods in my line, at prices U
suit all. If you want a nice fashionable Hat
or Cap, come to Pauli and you will find k.
Store on Elizabeth St., opposite the Pet
Office, Stroudsburg, Pa.
JAMES A. PAULI.
N. B. The highest cash pricaa paid h
all kinds of Furs.
December 24, 1863.
JOHN C. DAUDT, respectfully notifies
his old customers, ind all olheri who may
desire clothing made in the latent ttlr. iad
in the best possible manner, that he mv ha
found at the Store of Robert Bors, on TUES-
DAY and SATURDAY of each week, whera
hewi,,be H-ppjioiHke measrM and
ccjve lhc ordertJ ,.:g frien(J ... . .
tomers can leave their goods and orders at
the Store at any time, merely notinj suck aJ-
leralions iron, Hie present or previoui pre-
vailing fashions as thry may deire raid
Thankful lor past favors, ho hopes ts aeri
and receive a continuance of the saw.
JOHN C. DA HOT.
Stroudaburir, April 4. 18.62
JAmks h. waltox
THOMAS W. TOST
ttj A mi
2To. 25 South Third Street, Philadelphia.
Jay Cooke & Co., E. P. MiddIeton.&.Bro..
James, Kent.Santce &, Co.. Hon. Wm. VVil.
kins, Eshcricli, Black & Co., Hon. James P!-
July 17, 1S62.
The Subscriber informs his frm,7r
and the publio generally, that he haj
pened au e.xtctiiivo
in the Rorough of Stroudsburg. four doers
below "Ruster's Clothing Stoic."
Everything iu the lino of Confoliaft.
ry, French or Domestic j all kinds of
I r. ...
Can be had at fITTV VMTnvu 1
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
P" Also A lot of Choice Flowers.
Please call and cxaming his Stock
Stroudsburg, May 12, 1SG4. if.
At Private Sale.
The subscribers offers
following two valuable properties viz:
No. 1. A three storv
Brick Buildimg, Wk-
situate in the borouirh of Stroudsburn-. Hill
adjoining the building of Jacob Singniaster.
io. U. One two story Frame Dwelling,,
with Kitchen attached, and Lot of Land be-
ongmg to iliesame situate near the Strouds-
t? PH In. r0U(l townsh,P-
Persons desirious of buvinnr. will call Btwn
Mr. Nicholas Ruster, in Stroudsburir. or up
on the subscribers who reside No. 145 Cham
ber street, New York City.
HIRSCHKIND & ADLfiH.
February 25, 1864.
All persons aro hereby cautioned a--gainst
trespassing upon the premises oc
oupied by tho undersigned, either for
busting or other purposes. Trespassers
will bo prosecuted to tho full extent o
william; e. henry. Agent;
Stroud tap., August 4, 1864.
For sale at this Office