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'Ayre's Ague irc.
TOR THE SPEEDY CURE OP
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague
Remittent Fever. Cliill Fever, Dumb
Aauc. Periodical Headache or Billions
Headache, and Billions Fevers, indeed
for the -wlioleclass of diseases onqina
ting in liliary derangement, caused by
the Malaria oj miasmatic countries.
Fever and Ague is not the only conse
quence of the miasmetic poison. A great
variety of disorders arise from its irritation
in malarious districts, among which are JNeu
ralffia, Rheumatism. GouL Headache, Blind
ness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma
Palpitation, Painful Affection of the Spine
Hysterics, Pain in the Howeis, l,ohc, jrara
lysis, and Derangement of the Stomach, al
of which, when originating in this cause put
on the intermittent type, or become periodi
cal. This "Cure" expels the poison from
the blood, and thus cures them all alike. It
Js not only the most effectual remedy ever
discovered for this class of complaints, but
it is the cheapest and raoreovor is perfectly
6afc. No harm can arise from its use, and
the patient when cured is left as healthy a
if he had never had the disease. Can this
be said of any other cure for Chills and Fe
vcr! It is true of this, and its importance
to those afflicted with the complaint cannot
be over estimated. So sure ia it to cure the
Fever and Ague, that it may be truthfully
said to be a certain remcdv. One Dealer
complains that it is not a good medicine to
sell, because one bottle cures a whole neigh
Prepared by J. C" Ay re &. co., Lowell
Mass., and sold by Wm. Hollinshead, Drcher
'Brother, in Stroudsburg, and by dealers
in medicine everywhere.
August 4, 1864.-lyce2m.
A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous De
bility, Incompetency, Premature Decay and
Youthful Error, actuated by a desire to ben
efit others, will be happy to furnish to al
who need it, (free of charge), the rcceipn
and directions lor making the simple remedy
used in his case. Those wishing to profit by
his experience, and possess a Valuable Hem
?dy, will receive the same, by return mail,
(carefully sealed), by addressing
JOHN B. OGDEN.
No. GO Nassau street, New York.
May 10, 1SG4. 3m.
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS OF BOTH
A Reverend Gentleman having been re
ftored to health in a few days, after under
ironic all the usual routine and irregnlar
expensive modes of treatment without success
considers it his sacred duty to communicate
to his alflictcd fellow creatures the means of
cure. Hence, on the receipt of an addressed
envelope, he will send (free) a copy of the
prescription used. Direct to Dr. John m.
Yngnall, ISO Fulton Streei. Brookhn, Now
Pulmonary Consumption a Curable Dis-
The undersigned having been restored to
health in a few weeks, by a very simple rem
edy, after having suffered several years with
a "severe lung affection, and that dread di
sease Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means ol
To all who desire it, he will send a opcy
of the prescription used (free of charge,) with
the directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will find a sure cure for
'o.NsL'Mmo.v, Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds,
Corona, &c The only object of the adver
tiser in sending Use Proscription is to bene
fit theafilicted,and spread information which
he conceives to be invaluable; and he hopes
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
cost them nothing, and may prove a blessingl
Parties wishing the prescription wil.
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office,
Stroudsburg, Pa.. State of Pennsylvania,
l"2th day of January, 1865.
Brown. W. II.
Harry, Miss Rachel
Harris, Mi?s Sus-ie
Heller, Miss Lydian
Brown, Geo. S. 2 Kennedy. Job
Coneh, Doinnick Keller, .Mrs. Wm.
Coles, MissEmmeM Kitchen, Samuel
Laning, Mies Emma
hstcllc, Geo. H.
Edgctt, G. W.
Fifhcr, Sam'J J.
Fritz, Miss Mary
Kulmer, Philip F.
2 Monors, Samuel
Miller, D. B.
McFadden, Mary E.
Pensel, Mary Ann 3
Shrader, Mrs Susan
"jreen, Wm. A.
llauser, Catherine A. Squiers, Arab
Hart, Susannah Winslow, James
Hufford, Charles Worman, John R.
Huffman, Emma Jane Williams, Emma M.
Haggerty, Luther D.2 Wormser, Aaron
Heller, Margaret A. Yost, Dr. A. R.
; 07To obtain any of these letters, the ap
plicant must call for " Advertised Letters,
give the date of this list, and pay one cent
fc7" If not called for within one month,
they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office.
THEODORE SUliOUH, P. JVL
Office Stroudsburg Cemetery, ")
Stroudsburg, Jan. 11, 1865.
, At a meeting of the Board of Managers
hftldnf tVirt OflRonf ttipRrtPrnf.irv. Tnesdav
evening. 10th inst.. it. was resolved that
the 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th installments of
List of Leltsrs
i?ive Jjouars eacn, on the Oapital btocjc
be called in on or before the 20th inst.
3 j order of the President.
A. REEVES JACKSON,
SoifkeiMer & Hermann,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
August 11, 1864.tf.
Estate of PETER SOBERS, late of
T m t
itoss Townsnipfjuvnroe county , aec a:
Notice is hereby given that Letters o
Administration, upon the above named
Estate have been granted to tbo under
signed by the Register of Monroe County
in due form of law; therefore, all nersons
indebted to said estate arc requested to
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mate lnimeaiate payment, and those hav
ing any just claims are also requested to
present them duly authenticated for set
Ross township, Jan. 12, 1865.
Estate of MATTHEW G. GRATTAN
The undersigned Auditor appointed by
the Orphans' Court of Monroe County to
examine and it occasion require resettle
the account ol .brancis E. Grattan, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Matthew (x
Grattan, deceased, will attend to the du
tics of his appointment on Monday the
13th day ol JL'ebruary, next, at 10 o'clock
A. M.4 at the Prothonotnvy's office, in
Stroudsburg, when and where all persons
interested may attend it they sec proper
T. 31. McILliANEY, Auditor.
Sfroudsburg, Jan. 12, 1865.
Estate of JOSEPH KELLER, decl
The undersigned Auditor appointed by
the Orphans' Court of Monroe County to
make distribution of the balance in the
hands of Samuel S. Keller. Executor of
Joseph Keller, deceased, will attend to
the duties of his appointment on Friday,
the IGlh day of February, next, at 10 o'
clock, A. M'3 at the Prothonotary's office,
in Mroudsburu, at which time and place
all persons having claims or demands a
gainst said balaucc will present the same,
or be debarred from coming for a share ol
T. M. McILITAXEY, Auditor,
troudsburg, Jan. 12, 1S65.
On Tuesday, Jan. Cd, between Mrs
Jane Ilollinshead's and the Post Office, a
gentleman's bur Collar. An' one fiud
ins the above, and leaving it at Mrs
Ilollinshead's will be suitably rewarded
.Jauuary o, iobo.
Estate of GEO. C. EAXSBERRY,
lute of S'roud totenstnp, deceased.
Letters of administration in the above
named estate, late of the township of
Stroud, Monroe County, deceased, hav
ing been granted to the undersigned, all
persons indebted to said estate will make
nimcdiatc payment, and those haviui:
claims against the same, will present them
duly authenticated for settlement
W-ir f.'IVMI.li'x knU . 1
rt 1? lwTHT.'i.iM r ors
J. 111. IJ J 1X1: IjIj. J
troud tsp., Dec. J, 3 SOL Gt.
SPZiCIAf. SXCCMSE TAX.
Deputy Collkctou's Office,
J. S. Internal llcvcnuc, 11th Dist.,
State of Pen n 'a., Mauch Cbunk,Pa. )
Dec. 81, 1SGL
Notice is hereby given that the special
ncoinc tax, imposed by joint resolution of
Congress, approved July 4, 1 8G4, office per
cent, upon gains, profits and income, for
the year endiui; Ifcc. ol, loud, i now due
and payable, and payment of the same is
I he undersigued will attend to receiv
ing payment of said tas, at
Knccht's Hotel, Strond&hurg,
on Tuesday, the 31st day of January.
8G5, and at his office in Mauch Chunk,
rom January 15lh to Jauuary oOtb, 18G5,
All persons who shall neglect to pay
said Special Income Tax, assessed agaiust
i r 1
them, -within tiie time above specinea.
.vill'bc liable to a penalty ol Jen per Lent
additional, and fee of twenty cent for scr
3rd Pi v. 11th District, Pa,
Mauch Chuuk, Dec. 31, 1864.
Monroe Coi Agricultural Society.
A meeting ot the Board of Directors
will be held at the public house of Chas.
Troch, in the Borough of Stroudsburg, on
Tuesday, 31st inst., at 10 o'clock, A. M.
By order of the President.
A. BEEVES JACKSON.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 5, 1865.
The Annual meeting of the Stockhold
ers will be held at the Court House, in
the Borough of Stroudsburg, on Tuesday,
3lst inst., at 2 o'clock P. 31. , at which
time there will be an election for five di
rectors to serve the ensuing three years.
A. BEEVES JACKSON,
Stroudsburg, Jan. 5, 18G5.
The public arc hereby cautioned a
gainst purchasing a due bill for Twenty
Dollars, given by me to Jacob J. Frey.
Having received no value therefore, I am
determined not to pay it unless compelled
Stroudsburg, Dec. 24, 1864
BROWN & KELLER'S,
A large assortment of Extra. Plated
SPOONS, FORKS, &c. of superior quality,
to take the place of Solid Silver Waee
Having made a large purchase, they are ena,
bled to supply housekeepers at astonishingly
low rates. Call and examine.
Stroudsburg, May 5th, 1864.
U. S. 7-30 Loan.
The Secretary cf the Treasury erives no
tice that subscriptions will be received for
coupon x reasuryiN 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 the 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 Goverument may elect.
They will be issued in denominations of 850,
100, $500,81,000, and 85,000, and al
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 o
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 twpnty-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
Special Advantages of tins Loan
It 16 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 m government 'paper.
It is equally convenient as a temporary or
permanent investment. 1 he notes can al
ways be sold for within a fraction of their
face ani .'.ccumulated 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 of
conversion is now worth about three per cent
ner annum, for the current rate 5-20 Bonds
is not less than nine fcr 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.
Is Exemption from State or Mu
But aside from all the advantages we .have
enumerated, a special Act of Congres ex
cinpis all bonds end Treasury notes from
local taxation. On the average, this exemp
tion is worth about two per cent, per an-
num, according to me rate oi taxation in va
rious parts of the country.
It-is believed that no securities offer so
jreal inducements to lenders as those issued
by the government. In all other forms of
iidebtedness, the faith or ability of private
parties or stock companies or separate com
munities only, is pledged tor payment,
while the whole property uf the country is held
to secure the discharge of all the obligations
of the Uuitcd Slates.
While the government offers the most lib
eral teims for its loans, it believes that the
very strongest appeal will be to the loyalty
nd patriotism of the people
Duplicate certificates will be issued for all
deposits. The party depositing must endorse
upon the original certificate the denomina-
ion of notes required, and whether they are
to be issued in blank or payable to order.
When so endorsed it must b.e left with the
officer receiving the deposit, to be forwarded
to the Treasury Department.
Subscriptions 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
Afford 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
sfi 22oot & Shoe IBusf bicss
Pat his old stand, one door above the
Express Office, on Elizabeth St., where he
will he" 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, worn ens, misses and childrenawear,
the selection and purchase of which ho su
perintends in person, and can, therefore, rec
omend them to purchasers. To the craft he
offers a. general assortment of
Shoe Findings, Lasts, &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 the community to
merit a continuance of the same.
No charge for showing goods. Drop in,
' CHARLES WATERS.
Stroudsburg, August 4tb, 1864.
FT Sale at this Office.
Change of Base.
Valuable Real Estate
The subscriber offers' at private sale
mc luuuwiug uescrioea property, viz:
A Farm situated in Stroud township
Monroe county, .fa., adjoining land
John Ransberry, George Houck, A. Fow
ler, and others, containing about
about 75 acres cleared, enclosed witb
good fence, and in a high state of culti
vation, ot which 20 acres are Meadow, the
balance is well timbared with Oak, Ches
nut and Hickory. There are about 20
acres of excellent meadow bottom yet to
be cleared. The farm ia well adapted to
The improvements thereon consist of a
one and a half stories high, 22
by 24 feet : a two story LOG
HOUSE, 20 by 28 feet weathorboarded
ana plastered, a trame arn 32 bv 4b
feet with cellar stabling underneath, a
frame Wagon House 18 by 24 feet, Corn
Crib, Grauary and other outbuildings,
witb a spring of never failing water. near
the house. There is also a thriving
of select grafted fruit and a variety of
other iruit trees of different kinds on
the premises. This property is three
miles north of Stroudsburg and one mile
southwest of the line of the Delaware,
Lackawana and Western Railroad, and
convenient tobchoola add public meet
Persons wishing to view the above prop
erty will please call upon Silas L. Drake,
or at the Jeffersonian office. Stroudsburg,
Pa., or upon the subscriber
Stroud township, Dec. 1, 1864.-tf.
The copartnership existing between the
undersigned, in the Livery, Wagon Ma
king, Blacksmithmg, and Farming busi
ness was dissolved on the 20th of Septem
ber last. All persons having claims a-
gainst the firm of Kautz & Huntsman are
requested to present them for immediate
settlement, and those indebted will come
forward and pay up without delay. The
books of the firm can be found at Esquire
Dutots office for four weeks, to whom
payments can be made in the absence of
the undersigned, one or both of whom
will be found there on Monday and Tues
day of each week. At the end of that
time suit will be brought against all who
fail to respond to this notice.
Stroudsburg, Nov. 24, 18G4.
P. S. The Livery and Wagon Making
business will De continued at cue oia
stand bv the undersigned, who will be
ully prepared with superior Horses and
Damages, carctui urivers ana excellent
r t -v i If
workmen to answer all calls upon him.
Nov. 24, 1S54.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills
ARE the most perfect purgative which we
are able to produce or which we think
has ever been made by any body. Their ef-
ccts have abundantly shown to the commu
nity how much they excel the ordinary med
tcines in use. They are safe and pleasant
to lake, but powerful to cure. Their pene
trating prooerties stimulate the vital activi
ties of ike body, remove the obstructions of
its organs, purify the blood, and expel' dis
ease, l ney purge out tne lutu numors wnicn
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 cur
the every-day complaints of everybody, but
also formidable and dangerous diseases.
While they produce powerful effects, they
ure at the same time, in diminished doses,
the safest and best physic that can be era-
loyed for children. Being sugar-coated,
they are pleasant to take; and being purely
vegetable, are free 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 physicians have lent their
names to certify to t lie public the reliability
of our remedies, while others have aent us
the assurance of their eon viction that, our
Preparations contribute immensely to the re
ief of our afflicted, suffering fellow men.
The agent below named is pleased to fur
nish gratis our American Almanac, contain-
ng directions for the use and certificates of
their cures, of the following complaints :
Coativencss, Bullous Complaints, Rheuma
tism, Dropsy, Heartburn, lieauncne arising
from foul stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Mor
bid inaction of the Bowels and Puin arising
therefrom, Flatulency, loss of Appetite, all
Diseases which requircan evacuant medicine.
They also, by purifying the blood and stimu-
ating the Hytein.cnre many complaints which
it would not be supposed they could reach,
such as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neural
gia and Nervous Irritability, Derangements
of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and other
kindred complaints nrisiug from a low stale
of the body, or obstruction of its functions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers
with other preparations which they make
more profit on. Demand Aver a and take
no others. The sick want the best aid there
is for them, and they should have it;
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer ci Co.,-Lo
well, Mass., and sold by Wm. Hollinshead,
Dreher & Brother, in Stroudsburg, and by
dealers in medicine everywhere.
August 4, 1864.-Iyce2ra.
STEPHEN HOLMES, JR..
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SURVEYOR AND CONVEYANCER,
Office with S, S. Drclier, Esq.
Ni B. Special attention paid to the filing
of Pension papers, and the collection of back
pay, and bounties of soldiers.
StrdUdsburg, Oct. 9, lbfll. j
Families and Hotels supplied with Oys
ters, fresh from the City, every day, at
FAEM FOE SALE.
The subscriber offers at private sale, the
valuable Farm on which he now resides,
situate in Middle Smithfield township,
Monroe County, Pa., about nine miles
from Stroudsburg, adjoining lands of John
V. Coolbaugh, Martm Place, and others.
The Fdrhi contains
One Kltiudrcd and Forty Acres,
about lOO.acres of which is improved and
in a good state of cultivation, and the
balance Timber Land. About 40 acres
is good Meadow, and a stream of water
runs through the premises. The im-
nrnOiYiftrtfc n vn o
Frame DwcIIn? House,
a New Barn and Wagon House, and other
out-buildirigs, with a never failing Spring
of water at the door of the dwelling.
There are a number of Fruit Trees on the
place. LIMESTONE on the premises.
This is one of the best Dairv farms in
Persons desiring to view the Farm, can
do so by calling on the undersigned, resi
October 27, 1864.
IRON IN THE BLOOD.
It is well known to the medical profession
that IRON is the Vital Principle of Life R.
ement of the blood. This is derived chiefly
from the food we eat; but if the food is not
properly digested, or if, from any cause what
ever, the necessary quantity of iron is not
taken into the circulation, or becomes re
duced, the whole svslem suffers. The bad
blood wil" irritate 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 whatever nrgan may be
predisposed to disease.
1 he great value of
IROS AS A MEDICINE
is well known and acknowledged by all med
ical 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, siys Dr. Hayes, Massa
chusetts State Chemist, has been attained in
the Peruvian Syrup, by combination in a
way before unknown.
TUK PERUVIAN SYRUP
is a PROTRACTED solution of the PRO
TOXIDE OP IRON. ANEW DISCOV
ERY IN MEDICINE, that Strikes at the
Root of Disease by supplying the blood with
its Vital Principle or Life Element Iron.
TflK PERUVIAN sY!UP
Cures Dyspepsia, Liver complaint, Dropsy
Fever and Ague, Loss of Lnergy,
HE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Infuses strength, vigor, and new life into
the system, and builds up an
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cures Chronic Diarrbcea. Scrofula, Boils,
Scurvy, Loss oi Constitutional Vigor
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cures Nervous Affections. Female Com
plaints, and all diseases of the Kidneys
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Is a Specific for all diseases originating in a
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD, or accon
panied by Debility or a Low State of the
Pamphlets containing certihcatea ot cure?
and recommendations from some ot the mo;-t
eminent Physicians, Clergymen, and others
will be eent free to any address.
We select a few of the names to show the
character of the testimonials.
. JOHN E. WILLIAMS, ESQ.,
President of the Metropolitan Bank, N. Y.
. Bev. ABEL STEVENS,
Mc Editor Christian Advocate and Journal
Rev. P. CHURCH,
Editor New York Chronicle.
repared by N. L. CLARK & CO., esclu
sively for J. DINSMORE,-No. 491 Broad
way New York. Suld by all Druggists.
Redding's Ru sia Salve
Heals Old bores.
Redding's Russia Salve
Cures Uurns, ocaias, l.uis.
Redding's Russia Salve
Cures Wounds, Bruises, bprams.
Redding's Russia Salve
Cures B01I6, Ulcers, Cancers.
Redding's Russia Salve
Cures Salt Kheum, files, erysipelas.
Cures Ringworms, Corns, &c, &.,
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
Only 25 cents a Box.
FOR. SALE BY ,
P. DINSMORE, No. 4!) I Brodvvay, N..Y.
S. J. FOW LJS &- Co., SSo. IS Tremont St.,
Boston. - , .
And by all Druggists and Country Store
May 19, 1861. ly.
All persons indebted tSimeon Schoon
over, either by note, book account or oth
erwise are requested to settle their ac
counts as soon as possible. He hopes r
that this request will be responded' to,' as
his late serious loss by fire necessitates
him to'niakc this call.
.Bushkill, JuiiB 9, 1804.
Notice Is hereby given that thb sub
scriber iffteiid8 ihoving his place of busi
ness to Brodheadsville, about the first of
March next. All those indebdted to'him
are' rdquestd to settle tbeir accouuts
previous toJ that time.
L. M. HELLER.
Bossardsville, Deo. 8,'1864.
, For sale at this Office
Clocks, Walcfacs, Jewelry, Silver
Wfire, Plated Ware, Books,1
Stationery, Wsl! Paper,'
Notions &c., &c
They have recently nurchaeed tlMEL
ICR'S OLD STANDS and with increased
facilities for business, and a determination
to please, feel justified in asking the con
tinued patronage of the old customers of this
establishment. In constant communication
with Importers in New Yowc and Phily
delphia, and in possession of peculiar ad
vantages in this respr.ct, they arc prepared',
to sell CLOCKS, WATCHES &. JEW
ELRY, of superior mahe and finish as well
also aa of cheaper character, at remarkably -,
They also keep constantly on hand the ,
best quality of
Silver and Plated Ware, Tea Spoons. Cos-
tors, Spectacles, Razors, Pen-knivesf
Scissors, and all sorts of Cutlery
Toys of all kinds, Childrens
Carriages, Bird cages;
Fishing Tackle,' f . .,
Baskets, Guns and Pistols, Lamps of all
kinds and Fixtures; Superior Sewing
Machines. Clothes Wringers, School
Books, Miscellaneous and Blank
Books, Ledgers and Dai
Books. Paper, Envelopes,-
Pens, Ink, eje , c.
Phologriph Frames, Wall Paper, Window
Shades, end Fruit Cans of every de
scription. Lamp, Burners altered. Repairing of Clocks,'
Watches and Jewelrv attended to promptly
and satisfactorily. Orders tufceh for Silver
Ware and filled with dispatch.
Stroudsburg.tMay 19, 1864.---tf
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, that he may be
found at the Store of Robert Boys, on TUES:
DAY and SATURDAY of each week, where
he will be happy to take measures and re
ceive the orders of his friends. His old cus
tomers can leave their goods and orders at
the Store at any time, merely noting such al
terations from the present or previous pre-
vailing fashions aa they may desire made
Thankful for past favors, he hopes to meri'
and receive a continuance of the 6ame.
john a daudt:
Stroudsburg, April 24, 1'8.62
THOMAS W. YOST
WALT0K & YOST,
Ko. 25 SoutH Third Street, Philadelphia.
Jay Cooke & Co., E. P. Middleton, 6iB'ro.
James, Kent, Santee & Co., Hon. Wm. Wil
kins, Esherich, Black & Co., Hon. James Pol
lock, C. M'Kibbon & Son, Hon. H. D. Fos,
ter, Hon. A. H. Reeder, Hon. Asa Packer
Hon. Warren J. Woodward, V. L. Bradford,4
Julv 17, 1862.
Having1 changed my base of operations,
being located in tire Nc w 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 Hal
or Cap, como-to Pauli and you will find..it
Store oh Elizabeth St.," opposite the - Post
Office, Stroudsburg-, Pa.
JAMES A. PAULI.
N. B. The, highest cash prices paid for
all kinds of Furs.
December 24, 1863.
The Subscriber informs his friends
and the public generally, that lie lias o-"
pencd an extensive
in the Borough of Stroudsburg, four doors
below "Kuster's Clothing Store."
Everything in the line of Confectioned
ry, French or Domestic; all kind's of
ABaPL.EN' ,.. .
Can be had at CITY PRICES, either at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL':
jCSTAlso A lot of Choice' Flowers."i5
Please call and examing his Stock-
.TA3J ES BALLENTYN &
Stroudsburg, 3Iay 12, 1SU4. tf.
" REAL ESTATE
The' subscribers offers at private sale the
following two valuable properties viz:
No. 1. A three story
situate in the borough of S'troudsbunr,
adjoining the building of Jacob Sirigmaster.
n t. it
lo. une iwo siory frame uwening,
with Kritchen attached, and Iot of Land be
longing to he same situate near the Strouds-'
burg Depot, in Stroud township.
l'orsons ucsinous oi Duying, win can upon
Mr. Nicholas Ruatef, in. Stroudsburg, or up-
on the subscribers who reside No. 145 Cham
ber street, New York City. .
IIIRSCHKIND & ADLER.'
February 25, 18G4'.
All persons are hereby ratitioned a-
"ainst trespassing upon this premises oc
cupied by the uhderargricd, either for
hunting or other purposes. Trespassers!
will he' prosecuted to the full exterttof.1
WILLIAM E. HENRY, Agent
Stroud tspvAmgust 4, 1864'.
Kor sate att'iiis Office
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