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' GRANJ) JURY.
Barrett George Gr. Shafer.
Chrsnulhitl -Charles Hainey, Jacob
PorshirSetf - ' -
JlamiitoiiJj clutter, . Jacob
Ruth, Miclwcl Super. Philip Mokeller,
L . .... ... , T -T 7 T TM
Mutate smxtnjicia james nace.
Paradise James "Wilson.
Polk Aaron Heiney, John Kunkel.
Price William Cyphers.
Ross Jacob Stucker.
Smitlificld J.Depue'Labar, Valentine
St foiiil Godfrey jtfosicr, John Kern,
William Smiley, John Ediugcr, Lorenzo
Stroudslurg Jacob Michaels Alel
fcHbir Smith, William Fine. .
Ghcsn ulliill J ohu Kresge
Eldred Jacob Fehr, Henry Smith.
Hkmxlton George Van Iuskirk, Wil
liam Miller, John Shifter, Joseph Kua
ile,,Siraon Storm, Christopher Bittcuben
jler, Charles J. Miller, Philip Smith
Thomas E. Ilellcr.
.Middle Smitlificld Levi Hoffman, Ja
Paradise James Kintz Charles TI II-
Pocono Jacob Learn, G eorgc Trausue,
fiolkVtiev Keller, William Serf,.
Ross Joseph. Altemoie Peter Graver,
Smithfield. Matthew L. Devit, Ben
jtmin Taylor, George Meehtley, George
Stroud Jacob Miller, Peter Ksllor,
Timothy Vanwhy, Joseph Huston, Wil
Stromhburtj Yallcntinc Kautz.
T. M. McILIiANEY, Proth'y.
Argument List, Dec. T.
Samuel Emry vs Mason Toek.
Andrew Sebring vs. Joseph WoolberL.
Ufe of liobcrt Huston cs. OHrcr D.
Jacb Englcr ct. al. vs. William E.
Joseph Hawk et. al. vs. Yvilliam E.
Tn the matter of the appraisement of
Heal Estate of Jacob Shoemaker, dee'd.
T. M. McILUANEY, Proth'y.
Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office,
Stroudsburg, Pa., State of Pennsylvania,
8th day of December 1SG4.
Allager, Mary E.
Bisbing, Amos T.
Berry Mary Ann
Dirin, P. M.
Ebprman, E. M.
Miller, J. K.
Mitchell, P. S. D.
Pugh, Harriet J.
Ridge way, Jane
Staples, II. S.
Slutter, Levi M.
Simpson, Robt. C.
i-Yederick.Christopher Synder, Hannah
Carey, Jerry Sheets, Edward
JIarring, E. K. Tell, Jos.
Hoffman, E. D. Trively, Elias
ilatter, John Tomson, Susan
Htle, George M. Turner, Grandon
Huston, Joseph G. 2 Williams, Miss M.
Knocht, John Witzell, Andrew
Li bar, Danil Wolfinger, Martha
Young, Joseph Yelter, Edward
C7"To obtain any of these letters, the ap
plicant must call for " Advertised Letters,"
give the date of this list, and pay one cent
CO"" If not called for within one month,
tfcev iriir be ent to the Dead Letter Office.
' THEODORE SCIIOCH, P. M.
U. Internal Sercnae.
Notice is hereby given, that, pursuant
to the joint resolution of Congress, of J u
ly 4th, 1864, and the instructions of the
Secretary of the Treasury, issued in ac
cordance therewith, the List of Assess
saeaU for the special duty of five per
cesium upon the gains, profits, or income
for the year ending December 31, 1863,
of all persons residing in Divisions No. 9,
10, and 11, (3ionroe Co.) of this District,
is now completed, and that said list will
remain "open to the insjiectivnof allper-
tont icho may apply to inspect the same,
for the space of ten days from the dat
hereof, at the office of John N. Stokes,
Asst. Assessor, at Stroudsburg, Ta. JJu
ring said time appeals will be received
relative to erroneous or excessive valua
tions or enumerations contained in said
list. All appeals must be made in wri
ting, and must state the particular cause
.mm 1 i
at tniog respecting wnicn a decision is
requested, and must state the ground or
principle oi error compiaiueu oi.
Assessor 11th Dist. Pa.
EastoD, Dec. 10, 1864.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing appraisements of widows claiming, w
retain property to the value or fcoOU, t
their deceased husbands Estate, kave beea
filed m the office of the Clerk of the Or
Dhans' Court of Monrnfl f!minfce. and will
be presented for approval at the sext
Lis! of Letters
term ot said Court, to be held at Stroaahj
burg, Monday Dec. 26th, 1864, at 19 t'
clock, A. M.
Sarah Tenner, widow of Jonathan Fa
nor of Jackson Township dee'd.
Rachel Griffin, widow of William Grif
fin, of Stroud Township, deceased.
Sabina Crotzer, widow of Abraham
Crotzer, of Hamilton Township, dee'd.
J eannctte Hollinshead, widow of Stroud
J. Hollinshead of Stroudsburg Borough,
T. M- McILHANEY, Clerk.
By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas,
issued out of the Court of Common Pleaa of
Luzerne county, I will expose-to public ven
due oroutcry on -
Saturday the 31sf day of Decemhtr insL,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court
House in the borough of Wilkcsbarre, the
tonowing described property, viz :
All the right, title and interest of Jay
Gould iu all the fbllowinir described niece.
parcel or tract of land situate partly in Buck
township, Luzerne County, and partly in
LOolbaugh township, in .Monroe County, tind
State of Pennsylvania, bounded and descri
bed as follows: Berrinninjr at a corner in
the middle of the Lehigh river, thence bv
land of Joseph Fenner, Lynford Marsh and
Thomas T. Miller, in Luzerne eounty north
seven and one-half degrees west ninety-eight
perches to a stone corner, thence north forty
degrees east seventy seven perches to a stake
corner, thence by Brown's land south fifty
degrees east one hundred and thirty perches
to said Lehigh river, thence down the mid
die of the Lehigh river by .lands of Miller,
Fenner, and Marsh, to a corner lot called
number three m the deeds in Monroe coun
ty, thence south fifty degrees east by said
Miller, rentier, and Marsh, twenty-seven
perches to a birch corner, thence south lorty
degrees west twelve perches to a stake cor
ner, thence north fifty degrees west to a post
on ltne or lot called number two m Monroe
county, thence south forty degrees west a-
long lands of said Miller, Fenner and Marsh
thirty perches to a stake corner, thence north
fifty degrees west thirty perches to the mid
dle of said L;hiVli river, thence down the
middle of the Lehigh river to the place of
i - ; .i . ' i - T '
ueginumg, comprising ioi numuer onein Lu
zerne county; containing
Eighty-."' I sac Acres
of land, be the same more or less, about for
ty acres thereof improved, with fourteen one
and a half story
one large one and a half story PLANK
HOUSE, with a back kitchen attached, three
two story PLANK DWELLING HOUSES,
with a one storv kitchen attached to each,
one one and a half story PLANK BUILD
JNli formerly occupied as an onice, one
double one and a half story PLANK HOUSE,
one large TANNERY, with stationary en
gine and boilers and nece..sarv fixtures to
the same, with a BARK MILL, BARK
SHED, HIDE HOUSE, two BARNS and
one BLACKSMITH SHOP, one WHEEL
WRIGHT SHOP and
thereon; comprising also a piece of land in
Coolbaugh township, Monroe countv, called
on the deeds number two : containing four
acres and one hundred and forty perches,
more or less, all unimproved: and also let
called number tiiree m said last mentioned
township and countv : containing two acres
more or lcs.c, all unimproved.
Also, one other piece of land in the town
ship of Buck, county of Luzer:e, and State
of Pennsylvania, being part of a larger tracj
of land surveyed in pursuance of a warrant
granted to Tsaac Roberts ; Beginning at the
river Lehigh, thence by the residue of the
tract of which this is a part, north forty-seven
and a Iwlf degrees west one hundred and
thirty-six perches to a post, thence by land
surveyed to Charles French south forty-two
and a half degrees west thirty perches to a
post, thence by land surveyed to William
Montgomery south forty-seven and a half de
grees erst one hundred and thirtysix perch
es to the river Lehigh aforesaid, thence by
the same north forty-two and a half degrees
east thirty perches to the place of beginning:
contninin!! Twentv-Five and a Half Acres,
about all improved, with a one story PLANK
HOUSE, used as a School House, thereon.
Also, that certain piece or parcel of land
situate in the township of Buck, Luzerne
county and State of Pennsylvania, bounded
on the west by land of Joseph' Butcher, on
the sou tli by land of William Bell, east by
land of Evan Reese, north by land of Wil
liam Milliner, containing about eight hun
dred Acres of land, with a SAWMILL,
SHINGLE MILL, five DWELLING HOU
SES, two BARNS and out-buildings thereon,
and about twenty-five acres improved. Late"
the estate of the defendant in said writ
named, with the appurtenances.
Seized and tak- u in execution at the suit
of Brown &. Brother, assigned to the Far
mers' and Mechanics' Bank of Easton, vs.
S. II. PuTERBAUGH, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Wilkcsbarre, Bee. 7, 1864.
Notice is hereby given that the sub
scriber iutends moving his place of busi
ness to Brodheadyvillc. abnut the 'first of
March next. All those imlcbdted to him
arc requested to settle their accouuts
previous to that time.
L. M. HELLER.
Bossardsville, Dec. 8, 18C4.
11JOTICE is hereby given to all persons
interested in the estates of the respec
tive decedents, that the following accounts
have been filed in the Register's office of
Monroe Coutity, and will be presented for
confirmation to the Orphans' Court of said
county, at Stroudsburg, on Monday, the
26th day or December, at iu o
clock A. M.
Account of Emanuel Bittenbender, Ad
ministrator of George Umphred, late of
Hamilton township, deceased.
Account of Samuel Koeher, Adminis
trator of Lavina Barlib, late of Eld red
JOHN S. FISHER, Register.
Register's Office, Stroudsburg, 1
December 1, 18C4. J
Soiitlieiiiier & Herrmann,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
YANKEE MOTIONS, '
August 11, 18G4. tf.
r uk. rue
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SURVEYOR AND CONVEYANCER,
Office witli . S. Droller. Esq.
N. B. Special attention paid to the filing
of Pension papers, and the collection of back
pay, and bounties of soldiers.
StroudEburg, Oct. 0, 1862.
In. the Court of Common Pleas of Hon
Useof-Elizabeth Shupp.") PluriesVen.Es.
VS. ,: i
V i No,-15
George H. "Weiss"
J Sopf. T. 18G4.
The undeTsigned'A"uditorrapp)intod by
the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe
County to make distribution of the money
ruled, into Court "made upon the above
stated Ven. Ex., will attend to the duties
of his appointment on Friday, the 2od
day of December, 1864. at 10 o'clock A
M., at the office oF Win. Davis, Esq., in;
the JJorough or Stroudsburg, when and
where all persons interested may attend
or be debarred from coming iu for their
distributive shares of,:said,lund.
JOHN B. STOllM, Auditor.
Nov; 24-, 1864.
i .1 r.n i m i
Estate of ELEAZER PRICE, dee'd:
The undersigned Auditor appointed
by the Orphans' Court of. Monroe County,
to make distribution of the fuud in the
hands of the Administrator of said Es
tate, will attend to the duties of his ap
pointmeut on- Saturday, the 17th day ol
December; 1864, at -10 o'clock A. M., at
the Office of Samuel S. Dreher, Lsq., in
the Borough of Stroudsburg, when aud
where all parties interested will attend, or
be debarred from coming for their dis
tributive shares of sai Tfund.
STEPHEN HOLMES, Jr.
:Nov. 17, 1864. Auditor
Estate of JAMES HARM AN", dee'd.
The undersigned Auditor appointed by
the Orphans' Court of Monroe County, to
make distribution or the luud in the
hands of the Administrator of said Es
tate, will attend to the duties of his ap
pointmeut on Friday, the 16th day of De
cember, A. D. 1864, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
at the Office of Samuel S. Drcher, Esq..
in the Borough of Stroudsburg, when
and where all parties interested will at
tend, or be debarred from coming in for
their distributive shares of said tund.
, STEP LI UN HOLMES, Jr.
Nov. 17, 1861, Auditor.
Whereas, the Hon. Geoi,oe R. IJakiiiitt.
President Judge of the 22d Ju . ce! Dist net o
Pennsylvania, composed of the counties o
Wiivr.e, Pike, Monroe and Carbon, and Abra-
ham Levertn" and Jeremy Al a c key. Esqra
Associate Judaes of the Court of Common
Pleas of the County of Monroe, and by vir
tue of their offices. Justices of the Court o
Oyer and jVrminer and General Jail delive
ry and Court of General Qn-irler Sessions in
and for the said County ol Monroe, have is
sued their precept to nie commanding tlia
a Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace and
Common Pleas, and Court of Oyer and Ter
miner and General Jail Delivery and Or
phan's Court, for the said Countv of Monroe
to he holden at Stroudsburg', on the2Gth day
of December, 18G4, to -continue one week
?v "r w-t
Is hereby ijiven to the Cononer, the Justices
of the Peace, and Constables of the said coun
ty of Monroe, that they be then and there
ready with their rolls, records, inquisitions,
examinations and oilier remembrances to do
those tilings which their offices are appertai
ning, and also that those who are bound bv
recorniz-nces to prosecute and give evidence
ugaint the prisoners that are or shall be iu
the jail of the said county of Monroe, or a-
roinbt persons who stand charged with the
commission of offences to be then and there
to prosecute or testify as shall be just.
" (God save the Commonwealth.)
L1XFORD MARSH, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office Stroudsburg, )
November 10, 1SG4. S
Ml W. 1. Willi!,
Where he has been in successful Practice
for a number of years, with the experience
of al! the different Hospitals, &c, is now
uennaneutly located at Allentown, (Office
Schncck's Eagle Hotel,) where he .will be in
strict attendance to all Professional calls.
No Patent Medicines us' d or recommend
ed. The remedies administered are those
which will not break down the constitution,
but renovate the system from all injuries it
has Biistuined from improper treatment, aud
leave'the syhtem in a healthy and perfectly
Mtlaiicholly Alteration, that state or alii
enation aud weakno.-s of the mind which
render-: persons incapable of enjoying the
pleasure. or performing the duties of life.
DYSPEPSIA. That digressing disease
and fell destroyer of health and happiness,
undermining the constitution and yearly car
rying thousands to untimely graves, can most
crnphntically be cured.
RHEUMATISM In any form or condi
tion warranted currable, Epilepsy, or falling
sickness, all chronic or stubborn cases of
Female Diseases, radically remored. Salt
Rheum, and every description of ulcerations;
Piles. and Scrofulous diseases, which have
tiafiled previous medical skill, can be cured
by proper treatment; and I do say, (yes
Consumption") can be cured by wearing my
Medicated Jacket, which is a protection to
the Lungs against ail changes of Weather in
all climates. Having investigated lor 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 English
and German language, free of charge. Will
make .visits any distance. Wednesdays and
Saturdays set apurt for patients froin 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,
- ,A!!entown, Lehigh Co.-, Pa.
September l,f 1864 r-ly. '
31. &T. P. WATSON,
(livery stable attached)
87 & 39 North '2d st, between Market
February 2G, 1863, Ty, '
U-. S: 7-30
The Secretary of the Treasury gives no
tice that subscriptions will be received for
Coupon TreasuryN. otes, payable three years
from Aug. 15th, 1864, with semi-annual in
terest at the rate .of seven and three-tenths
per cent, per annum, principal and inter
est both to be paid in lawful money.
These notes will be convertible at the op
tion of tho holder at maturity, into six per
cent, gold bearing bonds, payable not less
than five nor more than twenty years from
their date, as-the Government may elect.
Thev will be issued in denominations of $50,
$100, 8500, $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 the own
ers free of transportation charges as soon af
ter the receipt of the original Certificates of
Deposit as they can be prepared.
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 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
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
from tho deposits.
Special Advantages of (his Loan
It is'a National Savings Bank, offering a
higher rate "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.
Tt 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 interest, and are the
best security with banks as collaterals for
Convertible into a Six per Cent. 5-20 Gold
In addition to the very liberal interest on
the notes for three years, this privilege o:
conversion is now worth about three per ceil
per annum, for the current rate 5-20 Bond
is not less than ?ime per cent, inemium
and before the war the premium on six per
cent. U. S. stocks was over twenty percent
It will be seen that .the actual profits on this
loan, at the present market rates, is not less
than ten per cent, per annum.
Its Exemption from State or filii
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
;reat inducements to lenders as those issued
bv the Government. In all other forms 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 isheld
to secure the discharge of all the obligations
of the Uuited Stales.
While the government offers 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 party depositing must endorse
upon the original certificate Uic 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.
Subccriptions will 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 Scranton Pa.
Second National Bank of Scranton, Pa.
and by all National Banks which a deposita
ries of public money, and all
RESPECTABLE BANKS and BANKERS
throughout the country will give further in
A Jford every Facility to Subscribers.
September 1, 1804.
The subscriber would inform the public,
very respectfully, that since the dissolution
of partnership between Keller & Waters, he
has been carrying on the
2oot & hoc lliiaisazacss
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 of which he su
perintends in. person, and can, therefore, rec
omend them to purchasers. To the craft he
oilers a general assortment of
SSiou $?i tiding, Lasts, &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 the community to
merit a continuance of the same.
No charge for showing goods. Drop in.
; CHARLES WATERS.
Stroudsburg, August 4th, 1864.
' BLANK DEEDS
Foii sale rit this Office
The copartnership existinir between the
uuuersignea, in tne xuvcry, Yaim jja
1 T -
muj;, jjiacKsmitning, ana uarimn" busi
ness was dissolved on the 20th of Sentem-
1 a 11 i-.. : .1
uui mou. xvil uerauus iiaviu-r claims a-
gainst the firm of Kautz & Huntsman are
requested to present them for immediate
settlement, and those indebted will come
fnrwnrd nod mv nn without ,lnW Tho
uni.a nF tt, c-nnn V.o rnnnA
t U 1 :.. 1. -U
the undersigned, one or uotn ot whom
will be found there on Monday and Tues-
day of each week. At the end of that
t me sn h w he brouL'ht affainst a w 10
' - - - I
fail to respond to this notice.
.w.. - ,
. S. Ihe Livery and W agon Making I
business will be continued at tne old
' "U-UJ . uuuBiaigHvu, nK ... u
luny prupaicu wiiu superior iioiacs uu (n
Larriages, careiui drivers ana excellent
workmen to answer all calls upon him.
Nov. 24, 1854;
Valuable Ileal Estate
The subscriber oilers at private sale,
the following described property, viz:
A Iranii situated- in Stroud township,
Monroe' county, Pa., adjoining land of
John Kaiuberry, George llouck, A. low
ler, and others, containing about
about 10 acres cleared, enclosed witn u
rood feuce; and in a high state of cii'lti-
.The improvements thereon consist of a
Frame Rouse, Jsg
by S-i lcet ; a two story LiUU Js??i&.
HO USE, 20 by 28 feet weathurbuarued
and plastered, a frame Burn 32 by 4G
feet with cellar stabling underneath, a
frame Watton House IS by 24 feet, Corn
Crib, Granary and other outbuilding,
with a sprniir ol never tailing water near
the house. 'There is also a thriviug
oi seiect graueu iruib aim a mui
the premises. This nronerty is three
miles north of Stroudsburg and one mile
southwest of the line of the Delaware,
Laekawana and Western Railroad, and
convenient to Schools and public meet
Persons wishing to view the above prop
erty will please call upon Silas L. Drake,
oral the Jeffersonian oflicc, Stroud.burg.
Pa., or upon the subscriber, residing on
Stroud township, Dec. 1, 18G4.-t
Ayer's Cathartic Piils
ARE the most perfect purgative which v
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has ever been made by any body. Their el
fects have abundantly t-lioun to the commu
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tcines in use. They are tale and ple;isant
to take, but powerful to cure. Their pene
trating properties stimulate the vital activi
ties ol the body, remove the obstructions nt
Us organs, purily 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 they cure
the e very-day complaints ot everybody, but
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 suyar-coated,
they are pleasant to take; and being purely
vegetable, are lree from any risk of harm.
Cures have been made which surpass belief,
were they not substantiated by men of such
exalted position and character, as to forbid
the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and uhysiciars have lent their
names to certify to the public the. reliability
of our remedies, while others have sent u&
the assurance of their conviction that, our
Preparations contribute immensely to the re
bel of our atilicted, suffering fellow laen.
The agent below named is pleased to fur
nish gratis .our American Almanac, contain
ing directions for the se and certificates ol
their cures, ol the following complaints:
Coytiveness, Billions Complaint, Rheuma
tism, Dropsy, Heartburn, Headache arising
from foul stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Mor
bid inaction of the Bowels and Pain arising
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They also, by purifying the blood and r.tnnu
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Do not be put off by unprincipled dealer.
with other preparations which they makv
more profit on. Demand Ayer's and take
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is lor them, and they should have it.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Atcii & Je
well. Mass., and sold by Win. IJollinshead,
Dreher & Brother, in Strouusburg, and by
dealers in medicine everywhere.
August 4, 18G4.-Iyce2m.
Families and Hotels supplied with Oys
ters, fresh from the City, every day, at
WHITE & SCIIOCH.
XEWIS D. VAIL.
OEOHOE D'. STKOUU
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Have removed their Office to No. 703 San
Maich 17, 164 1 PliiluliP"
, ' For strle at this Office
vation, of which 20 acres are Meadow, the ' ' uo e c.rcura.m.., r .,Cu ? -
ii ii . i i -.i i ni. duced, the whole system siirfors ! lie bad
balance is well timbered with Oak, Ches- hcar wiJ d lhc
nut and Hickory. J ncre are about 20 1(H)(rs f t,C lrajllt u.u, Ilhslrtf 't
acres of excellent meadow bottom yet to ,he an(i wi fCud ils .liseae-producihg "
be cleared. , The farm is well adapted to t.iemen,s to all p;irts ot'ihe syeteiii, and'eve""--
The subscriber offers at priv&ts sale, the
valuable Farm on which he now resides,
situate in iMiddle SuiiUineld township,;
Monroe County, Pa., about utne miles
i r . vi ' j . . ' t."-r i"
uom cjtrouusnursr, aojotninjrianuor.jor.n
Ll: wJOHmugli, fljauin x Jacc, and others
1 ue arm contains
about lOt) ncrn itrt-;..!, "ij I'mt.r.n .. 'j--
m a uu ie oi cultivation, aim me trt
balance Timber Land. About 40 acreaW'
,s S00d Meadow, and a stream ot water
Kuns uiroui;ji iuv premises. llie im-
II. a L. . . tn 1 -
provements are a
Frame ShvcHnj? House, gs
T..TI .1 W TT . .... :-A
i.:i.t: ...;i, .,,r-n r..ti;n.. c
F .r J . , F jWHi,:
T. ,!,- nr UmltTrm, tf, .
place. LIMESTONE on the premises
his. is one of the best Dairy farms . in
Persons desiring to view the larm, can
do so by calliug on the undersigned,- resi
October 27, 1804. r WtA
T AL IDS..-.,
IRON IN THE BLOOD.
It is wejl known to the medical profession'
l rnfliV ia f!ir "Vil!;! Prinninlo nf F-irVRl
ehient of tbe blootf.
This is derived chiefiv
from the food we eat; but if tho food i'not
properly digested, or it. from any cause whatf
crcr, the necessury qu-.nt.ty of inn, js, not
ry one will suffer in whatever rgati tiiay be
predisposed to iii.-euse. , .
l he gn'at alue or
. Af , , ,, ,, , '
lical men. The difficulty hs been to obtains
such a preparation ot a as will enter the.ci.rV-
jcii!;Hioti and assimilate at o-.ce with the.-
olood. This point, sys Dr. Hayes. AlnswaV
chuselts State Chemist, has been aitained tt u
the Peruvian Syrup, by combination in a
1. J 1 r.Sil i - - 1 li lj 1
is a PROTRACTED solution of the PRO-
TOXIDEOPIRON. ANEW DISC OV-
EltV L MEfMCIXE, fhat S'nkes at the
lt YUal Principle or Li fc Element Iron
Ltln I iUom 1 Ut
"Cures Dyspp.-ia, Liver complaint, Dropsy
r ever aim n-ue ivta oi energy,
THK FKUUVI N SYRUP
Infuses strength, vigor, and new life into
the sy-tem. and huibls up an
T H E P E R V V 1 N KY U UP
Cures Chronic Diarrhoea. Scrofula, Boils.i
Scurvy, Loss m' Constitutional Vi?or
TH ft PERUVIAN SYHUP
Cures Nervous Affections. Fentnlc Com
plaints, and all diseases of the Kidney e
and Bladder. '
THE PKIMTViK STKlfp
Is a Specific for nil diseases onffinatini.' in a
BAD STATE OF TH ft BLOOD. r accom
(Mined by Debility or a Low State 6f the
System. Pamphlets containing cerlificiteR o cnrVs'
and recouttiteudalions from some ot the mini
eminent Physic inns, Clergymen, and- others,1 4
will be sent frce to any address-.
We select a few ot thf :iu:nes to showlne'
character of lhc testimooials-.
JOHN E. WILLIAMS, ESQ...
President of the Metropolitan Biiik, N. Y.' '
Rev. ABEL STEVENS,
Late Editor Christian Advocate aud Journal.
Rev P. CIIURCIL
Editor New' York Chronicle.
Prepared by N. L. CLARK & CO.. exclu
sively for J. DINSMORE, No 491 Broad--way
New York. Sold by all Druggistsl
Bedding's Ru sia Salve
Heals Old Sores.
Bidding's Russia Salve:
Cures Burns, Scahls, Cuts.
Redding's Russia Salve
Cures Wounds, Bruises. Sprains .
Redding-'s Russia Salve
Cures B ids, Ulcers, Cancers.
Redding's Russia Salve
Cures Salt Rheum, Piles, Erysipelas,
Redding's R&ssin Salytf'
fures Ringworms. Corns, &c., 1
NO FA Al I LY SHOULD BE VVITHO0T YVk
Only 25 cents a Box.
FOIt SALE BY
J. P. DINSMORE. Nn. 4Ui B"r.dway..N..Y.
S. J. FOWLE &'Co., JSd. 18 Tremont St.,
And by all' Druggists and Country Store
M.iy 19, 1861 ly. J
x . 1
fflaflrlc Ball Bm Store?
Constantly on hand arid for
sale cheap for cash, a fresh sup
ply of Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oil, (ilas?, lVtty, Varnislu Ker-,.
Ohcnc Oil, Penuiuery auu lancy Goods ;t4
Pure Wiuea and Linnbrs for Medicinal
1 ' .JMt
J S. TMiysieians rrcscriptioivs atrei
ruliy compounded. .
Stroudsburg, July 7, ls88-.tr .
All persons indebted to Simeon SclfoonA
over, either by note, hook account or.dthM
crwiso, are requested, to settle thoi ac&
counts as soon as' possible. He 1
that this request' will be te3ponder6, as.
his late serious loss by Grc ni&&5ft;ite$f
him to make this call.
.BnahkillJnno IV 1.