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Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Silver
Ware, Plated Ware, Books,
Stationery, Wall Paper,
Notions, &c, &c
Thnv havo rccenllr purchased "MEL
JCICS OLD STAND." and with increased
'.icihh.ia U.r busing nnd a determination
in ple-.se. fc-ei justified m asking the con
i.nucd wtromigu of the old customers ol thw
neiablislimeiit. In com-lant communication
with Importers in New York and Puily
dklpiiia, and in possession of peculiar ad
vnntatfvs in this respfct. hey are prepared
to .-ell CLOCKS. WATCHES &. JEW
ELR Y, ot superior make and finifh as well
al.su as ol draper character, at remarkably
low rales. ,
They also keep constantly on fund the
beM quiil it' of
Silver and Plated War", Tea Spoons, Cas
tors, Spectacles. Razors, Pcn-huves,
Scissors, and all sorts of Cutlery ;
Toys of all kinds, Childrens
Carriages, Bird cages,
Baskets. Guns and Pistols, Lamps of aU
kimLs and Fixtures; Superior Sewing
Machines Clothes Wringers, School
Books. Miscellaneous and Blank
Books. Ledgers and Day
Books Paper. Envelopes,
Pins Ink. kc . J-c.
holograph Fronts, Wall Paper. Window
Shades, and Frutt Uans oj every ae
Lawn Burners altered. Repairing f Clocks,
Watches and Jeuelrv attended to promptly
and satisfactorily. Orders taken for Silver
Ware and filled with dispatch.
Siroudeburg, May U, IG4.--lf
JOHN C. D.aUDT, respectfully notifies
his old customers, iiul all others who ma
desire cloth ins made in the latest styles, and
in the best posr-ible manner, that he may be
fotind at the Store f Kobert Uys,on iuw
DAY and SATURDAY" of each week, where
he will be flippy to lake measure! and re
ceive the orders of his friends. His old cus
tomere can leave their goods and orders at
the Store at any lime, merely 11011112 such al
terations from the present or previous pre
vailing fashions as they may desire made
Thankful for past favors, he hopes to meri
and receive a continuance of the same.
JOHN C. DAUDT.
Stroudsburg, April 24, 18.62
JAMKS U. WALTOJf. THOMAS W. YOST
WALTON & YOST,
So. 25 South Third Street, Philadelphia.
Jv Cooke Co.. E. P. Middleton, &.Bro.-
irnuk, &er.U a.ut-e & Co., Hon. Wm. Wil
kin, J&fioJ. Bir.ck 4: Co.. Hon. James l'ol-
ll ITfciWrfH: &. on, Hon. II. D. Fos,
r, Uu A- H. Rsdcr, Hon. Asa Pucker,
: ' '. Warren J. W oouwaru, V. L. Bradford,
July 17, 1862.
is 9 si's
a k r S n
Having changed my base of operations,
bin located in the .New Brick store oppo
site the Post office, supplied with a new
stock of Huts, Cups, and Furs, I am now
prepuretl to sell goods in my line, at prices to
suit all. If you want a nice fashionable iiat
or Cup, come to Paufi and you will find iL
Store on Elizabeth St., opposite ths Post
Offico, Strou-;slurg, 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 he has o-
pened au extensive
in the Borough of Stroadsburg, four doors
below "lluster's Clothing Store."
Everything iu the Hue of Confectione
. French ur Domestic: all kinds of
Can be had at iYi? i'HK K-'. either
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
JB-Also A lot of Choice Fluwiers.gsi
Please call and examiog his Stock.
J AM ES B A LL ENTY NJi.
Slroudsburg, May 12. 1864. tf.
At Private Sale,
The subscribers offers at private sale th
following two valuable properties viz:
No. 1. A three story
situate in the borough of Stroudsburc
adjoining the building of Jacob Singmaster.
iu. une iwu Biury rrame Uwelhng,
with Kitchen attached, and Lot of Land be
longing to he8ame situate near the Strouds
burg Depot, in Stroud township.
Persons desirious of buying, will call upon
Mr. Nicholas Ruster, m Stroudsburg. or up
on the subscribers who reside No. 145 Cham
ber street, New York City.
HIRSCHKIND & ADLER.
February 25, 1864.
All persons are hcrehy cautioned a
2iqstttrespassing upon the premises oc-
uHgljj. by the undersigned, either for
luulH'lf or. othT purposes. Trespassers
. A iui .(.-' the full extent of
WtLUA! E. HENRY, Agent
rmd tfp , August 4. 1864.
(LAN MO KTG4 G Es,
oi sale al injs umce
Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
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
ges will be made, except to cover actual loss
by fire that may fall upon members of the
The policies issued by this Company are
perpetual, and afford the fullest Eecurity,
with the largest economy and convenience.
This company will not issue Tanneries,
Distilleries or Cabinet Shops.
Applications for Insurance may be made
to either of the Managers, Surveyors or Sec
J. Depue Labar, Jacob Knecht,
Richard S. Staples, Samuel Mehck,
Silns L Drake, Godheb Auracher,
Charles D. Brodhead, Jacob Stouffer,
Robert. Boys, Theodore Schoch,
Sm'l S. Dreher, Thomas W. Rhodes,
STOGDELL STOKES, President.
J am i:s Boys, Secretary and Treasurer.
Silas L. Drake,
G Aupicher, Surveyors.
Melchoir Sprsgle, )
OCT The stated meeting of the board, of
Managers- lakes plac1 at the Secretary s of
fice, on tin? firsa Tuesday of each mouth, nt
1 o'olock P. M.
Stroudsburg, Oct. 8, 1863.
Time is Money :
Iiutoifant to fiveijbotSj !
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
v.'ell supplied with
in almost endless variety, which he wil
dispose of at prices that cannot fail to please
SILVER & PLITEft-WARE
supplied to order at a small advance upon
wholesale city prices
Being a practical workman with much ex
perience 111 his business, he designs giving
his personal attention to the repairing o:
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &c, and feel
assured that he can give satisfaction to al
who entrust work to his care. OCT All work
His Store is on Elizabeth Street, South
side, between Himc's Store and the Post Of
fice, where the public are cordially invited to
call and examine his stock.
Stroudsburg, May 19, 16(34. Gm.
Bttshkil! Woolen Factory.
Carding, Spinning, Wearing
The subscriber respectfully gives notice In
the inhabitants of Monroe and Pike Counties,
Pa. and the adjoining counties of New Jer
sey, that he has rebuilt and refitted the old
established Woolen Factory at BubhkiU, Pa.
and is now prepared to finitfh nil work en
trusted to him iu a superior manner. He is
prepared with proper machinery to manufac
ture all kinds and colors of broad and narrow
cloth, piomplly and neatly. Country card
ing attended to at six cents per pound cash,
and seven cents if charged.
Wool will be taken and returned by the
subscriber once in two weeks to and from the
following places, viz: at Peters' store, Mar
shall Creek, J. D. Labar'sand A. D. FreeseV
stores, Shawnee, at either of the Stores in
Stroudsburg, .Curd's mill, Stroud township,
Wallace' or Piucholt's stores in Milford,
Kinney's or McCarty's htores at Dingman's
Ferry, at Nyce's & Peter's store, Egypt
Mill's, at Decker's Hotel in Lehman tsp.
Wool the highest caMi price paid for
wool. Fniir Carding machines in running
order, enable? him to card wool at all hours.
Tiie subscriber Ihs a quantity of Broad
loth.- un hand, the purchase of which he
puiieriulemfed 111 peri-on during h recent
trip to England, winch lie will exchunye for
wool and allow the hijjhent market price.
Thank'ul for p.ibt favors, he hopes to re
ct'ive, as he i determined to merit, a libera
sh.jre of patronage.
June 2, 1664.
J. LANTSS, IH3W13T,
Has permanently located him
self in Stroudsburg, and moved
his office next dooi to Dr. S.
Walton, where he is fully prepared to treat
Vie natural teeth, and aJso to insert incorrun
tible artificial teeth on pivot and plate, in the
latest and most improved manner. Most
oersons know the danger and folly of trust
1- t ,1
iiig uicu worK 10 um ignorant as well as
the traveling dentist. It matters not how
much experience a person may have, he it
liable to have some failures out of a numbes
of cases, and if the dentist lives at a distancer
it is frequently put off until it is too late to
save the tooth or teetli as it mav be. other
wise the inconvenience and trouble of going
o iar. iience me necessity 01 obtaining the
services of a dentist near home. All work
Stroudsburg, March 27, 1862.
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
OF AN INVALID.
Published for the benefit, and as a CAU
TION TO YOUNG MEN and others, who
suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature
Decay of Manhood, &c, supplying at the
6ame time The Means of Self-Cure. By
one who baa cured himself after undergoing
considerable quackery. Byenclosinga pos
paid addressed envelope single copies may
be had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.,
Brooklyn, Kings Co., N. Y. I
JoiieS) 1864r ly.
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
Running Time of Passenger Trains,
UOt. HI, lb5.
USAVB KORTHWABD. LEAYE SOUTHWARD.
! Mount Bethel.
, Manunka Chunk.
j Bridge vllle,
Change for f nil. P. M.
The PassenscrTralu ftortbward
Leaves New Hampton on the arrival of the
Mail Train which leaves New York at 8.00
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 the Lackawanna & Blooms
burr and Delaware & Hudson Railroads, and
t Great Bend with the Mail Train on the
Eria Railway going West. jQg
The Pahscnscr Train Southward
Leaves Great Bend after the arrival of the
Cincinnati Express from the West, connec
ting at Scranton with Trains on the Lacka
wanna and Bloomsburg and Delaware and
Hudson Railroads; al Manunka Chunk with
the train for Philadelphia, and at New Hamp
ton with trains lor New York, tho Lehigh
Valley, Harriebnrg, &c. Passengers by this
Train arrive in New York at 5.40, in Phila
delphia al 6.30, and in Harristmrg at 8.20
The Arrcisiodatioi: Train
Northward, connects at Great Bend with the
Day Express going Wost, by which passen
gcrs arrive at Ithaca and Syracuse the same
Southward, leaves Great Bend after the
arrival ol the New York Express going East,
07" All Passenger Trains on the Erie
Railway stop al Great Bend.
WATTS COOKE, Superintendent.
It. A. HENR Y, General Ticket Agent.
TO YOUNG MEN.
Just Published in a Sealed Envelope.
Price Six Cents.
A Lecture on the IS a In re, Treat.
ment and radical cure of Spermator
rhoea, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary
Emissions Sexual Debility, and Impediments
to Marriage generally. Nervousness, Cox
sumption, Epilepsy, and Fits; Mental and
PhTsical Incapacity, resulting from Self-A
buse, &c, By ROB'T J. CULVERWELL,
M. D., Author of the "Green Book," &c.
The world renowned author, in this admi
rable Lecture, clearly proves from his own
personal experience that the awful conse
quenccs of Self-Abuse may be effectually re
moved without medicine, and without dan
gerous surgical operations, bougies, instru
ments, rings or cordial, pointing out a mode
of cure at once certain and effectual, by
which every sufferer, no matter what his
condition may be, may cure himself cheaply,
privately, and radically. THISLECTURE
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 4586.
June 16, 1864. ly.
Where he has been in successful Practice
for a number of years, with the experience
of ail the different Hospitals, &c, is now
permanently located at Allentown, (Office
Schneck s Lagle Hotel,) where he will be in
strict attendance to all Professional calls.
No Patent Medicines used or recommend
ed. The remedies administered are those
which will not break down the constitution,
but renovate the system from all injuries it
ha6 eustnined from improper treatment, and
leave the system in a healthy and perfectly
Melancholly Abberalion, that stnte or ali
enation and weakness of the mind which
renders persons incapable of enjoying the
pleasures or performing the duties of life.
DYSPEPSIA. That digressing disease
and tell destroyer ot health and happiness,
undermining the constitution and yearly car
rying thousands to untimely graves, can most
empnaucaiiy ne cured.
RHEUMATISM In any form or condi
tion wairantcd currable, Epilepsy, or falling
sickness, ail chronic or stubborn cases of
remale Diseases, radically removed. Salt
Rheum, and every description of ulcerations;
Piles and Scrofulous diseases, which have
unfiled 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 all changes of weather in
all climates. Having investigated for years
the cause and character of intermittent, (Fe
ver and Ague.) in all parts of the United
Stittes will cure permanently all Chronic
or Acute cases of Ague and Nervous diseas
es, in n 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 apart for patients from a dis
tance. May be addressed by letter f confiden
tially,) and Medicines sent with proper di
rections to any part of the country.
Ur. W. H. WJTMOR, i
Office in Eagle Hotel Buildins1.
AMentown, Lehigh Co., Pa.
September 1, 1864 -ly.
Fr 8ak--ttbfe Offae,
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST
RELIABLE REMEDIES IN THE
Conghs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bron
chitis, Jjuncuity 01 .dreaming, asinma,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Cronp and
every affection of
THE THEOAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
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
works speak for it, and fine utterance in the
lbundant and voluntary testimony of the ma
ny who from long suffering and settled dis
ease have by its use been restored to pristine
vigor and health. We can present a mass
of evidence in proof of our assertions that
CONNOT BE DISCREDITED.
The Rev. Jacob Scchlcr,
Well known and much respected among the
German population in this country, makes
the following statement far the beneht of the
Hanover, Pa. Feb. 16, 1859.
Dear Sirs: Having realized in my fami
ly important benefits from the use of your
valuable preparation Wistar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry it affords me pleasure to re
commend it to the public. Some eight years
ago one of my daughters seemed to be in a
decline, and little hopes of her recovery were
entertained, I then procured a bottle of your
excellent Balsam, and before she had taken
the whole of the contents of the bottle there
was a great improvement in her health. I
have, in my individual case, made frequent
use of your valuable medicine, and have al
ways been benefitted by it.
From Hon. John E. Smith, a distinguished
Lawyer in Westminster, md.
I have oiijgpieral occasions used Dr. Wis
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry for severe colds,
and always with decided benefit. 1 know of
no nrenaralion that is more efficacious or
more deserving of general use.
The Balsam has also been used with ex
cellent effect by J. B. Elliott, Merchant,
Hall's Cross Roads, Md.
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
None genuine unless signed "I. BUTTS,
on the wrapper.
For sale by
J. P. Dinsmore, No. 491 Brodway, N. York.
S. W. Fowle & Co , Proprietors, Boston.
And by all Drggistu,
Bedding's Russia Salve.
FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
Has fully established the superiority of
Kcddifiag's Russia n!vc
Over all other healing preparations
It cures all kinds of Sores, Cuts Ulcers,
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Sties, Piles, Corns,
Sore Lips, Sore Eyes, &c, &c,
Removing the pain al once, and reducing
the most angry looking Swellings and Infla
tion as if by magic. Only 25 cents a box.
For sale by
S P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Brodway, N. Y.
J. W. FOWLE & Co., No. 18 Tremont-st
Boston, and by all Druggists.
May 12, 1864. ly.
DREHER & BROTHER,
(Successors to Durling & Boys,)
Respectfully notify the public, that hav
ing purchased the above establishment, they
will continue the Drug and Medicine busi
ness, at the old stand. The room is commo
dious, and is fitted up with every convenience
for the dispatch of business and the accommo
dation of customers. Having made large ad
ditionsto their already largestock of
Drugs, Medicines, Perfumer', &c,
purchased with a view to the ac
tion of the 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 first quality Paints, 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 pure, safe and
cheap Burning Oils, call on
Dreher & Brother.
If you want any of the most popular Pat
ent Medicines, or those which are not quite
so popular, call on Dreher & Brother.
If you want the best Cigars or a choice
article of Cheicing Tobacco, call on
Dreher & Brother.
If you want Physicians Prescriptions
carefully compounded, call oh
Dreher &, Brother
Ifyou want pure Wines and Liquors for
medicinal, sacramental or other uses, call
on Dreher & Brother.
If you want the best of Hair, Tooth, Nail
and Cloth Brushes, Combs, Soaps, Cosmet
ics and Toilet Articles generally, call on
Dreher & Brother.
In 6hort, If you wantany thing usually kept
iu a well regulated Drug Store, you can only
ha sure to get a pure and genuine article by
calling on Dreher & Broth j.
1 he undersigned hope, by strict attention
to business, and a desire to meet the wants
of the public, to merit a continuance and in
crease of the patronage heretofore extended
to the Phoenix.
GEO. H. DREHER. E. B.DRDTTRR.
Stroudsburg, Oct 22, 1863.
BROWN & KEUM'S,
A large assortment of Extra Pl
SPOONS, FORKS, &c..of superior quality,
to take tho place of Solid Silver Ware-
iiavmg made a large purchase, they are ena,
bled to supply housekeepers at astonishingly
iv luics. von aim examine.
Stroudsburg, May 5th, 1864.
; BLANK DEEDS
For sale at thlif 'Office'
For Rats ffSico, Roaches, Ants,
Rd Rn&. Moths in Furs, Wool
ens, &a Insects on Plauts, Fowls,
Put up in 25c. 50c. and $1,UU iioxes, Bot
tles, and Flasks. S3 and $5 sizes for Ho-
tels, Public Institutions, fiic.
"Only infallible remedies linown."
"Free from Poisons."
'Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
0OSold Wholesale in all large cities.
OrSold bv all Druggists and Retailers ev
ftl'lBeware!!! of all worthless imitations.
vt-Srr that " CostauV name is on each
Box, Bottle and Flask, before you buy.
O-Address HENRY R. COSTAR.
Whobsale & Retail Agent, Stroudsburg, Pa
March 24, 1864. 6m.
The subscriber would respectfully uotify
the public that he has now for sale at hit
Ware Rooms (old stand) Stroudsburg, a new
and splendid lot of new and fashiouab c fur
niture, such as
Bureaus, Bedstead, Tables
which he will dispose of cheap for cash or
readv nav. He has also on hand a choice
J k w
which he is prepared to make up in frames
to order, or dispose of as purchasers may re
The undertaking business promptly at
tended to as usual.
Stroudsburg, Pa., Feb. 26, 1864. tf.
ir3aziei9 2Mi B'aper Hanger
Will attend to, and promptly execute, al
orders with which he may be favored. From
his long experience in the various branche;
of his business, he feels confident of rend e
ing entire satisfaction in his work. He
may be found at hid shop, on Simpson
street, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Patronage respectfully solicited.
Wffii Huntsman, Proprietor.
Having purchased he stocky
alely owneu by flj. 15. fos-
tens, take this opportunity to notify
their friends and the public generally, that
they have added considerable new stock to
the same, and will continue the business at
the old stand, on Franklin street, where they
are prepared to hire horses and carriages al
the lowest cash rales. Their horses are safe,
fast and gentle, and their vehicles consist of
all kinds, to suit the 'asle of the fastidious.
Attentive ostlers always on hand, and drivers
furnished when desired. Call and see for
"ourselves. Stranjrers taken to any part of
the country at short notice. They will con
tinue to run the new omnibus between this
ooroti:h and the Railroad Depot. Persons
fnlending to go on the railroad will be called
tor at any part of the borough, by leaving
iheir names at the office. near the stable.
The omnibus will also be at the depot on the
arrival of trains to convey passengers into
No pains will be spared to give satisfaction
to all who may favor them with their patron
age. WILLIAM HUNTSMAN.
Diseases of the Nervous, Seminal, Urinary
and Sexual Systems new and reliable treat
ment in Reports of the HOWARD ASSO
CIATION Sent by mail in sealed letter
envelopes, free of charge. Address, Dr. J.
SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa
tion, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadel
.December 17, 1863. ly.
The undersigned, having completed his
new Foundry nnd Machine Shon would re
spectfully inform his old friend and the
public generally, that ho ' .ully prepared tq,
fill all orders in hisline with nrnmntness. nnd
in a style superior even to what ho was able
to do in the old establishment destroyed by
the flood. Havincr a full assortment nf rwt-
terns made of the best material, he ia pre-
1a 1 i
parcu 10 supply all ucmands for
lUiu worn. Hark W:is. i nwhif
Kill tlT 1
J J V VMU
nigs and Sash Weights,
STEAM ENGINES, MACHINE WORK,
&.c, &c. Being an experienced workman
himself, and employing none but the best
hands and the best material, tho nublie. mav
rest assured that all work coming from his
ouup wia ou iuuy equal, it not superior, to
that produced by any other establishment in
the country. The new Foundry and Ma
chine Shop is located on Walton street, near
Elizabeth street, in the borough of Strouds
burg, where tho orders of old friends as well
as new one aro solicited. Orders from a
pistance may bo addressed, per mail, to
Stroudsburg, Monroe Co. pa.
September 4th, 1862..
M. & T. P. WATSON,
(LIVERY STABLE ATTAOHEp)
37 & 39 2sTorth, 2d st., between Market
February 2G, 1863! ly,
LEWIS D. VAIIc
OEORGE D. BTRQUD
VAIL and STROUD.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Have removed their Office to No. 703 San
som Street, ' r"' ' ' 1
March 17, 184 Philadelphia
'BICES TO S01T THE TIMES,
The Largest and Cheapea Stock
ever offered iu this City.
CHARLE W. DEAN
French and German Baskets, Wood mni
""""" rrure, notions, jjrushes, Oil
Cloths, Cotton Laps, Wadding,
&c., &c, &c
No. 223 Market-Street, below Second
The subscriber has iost opened an nntlraj
ly new and complete stock of goods of th
best quality and description, to which bV
woum respectlully call the attention of Mer
chants and Dealers, who wish to find a goei
article cheap for Cash.
ihesc goods were bought for Nett Casfcy
at the greatly reduced prices consequent
pon the stringency of the times, and belierinr'
tne "nimoie sixpence" to be better than th'
"slow shilling," they are now offered to tfe
publicat prices that defy competition.
The following area few of tha artitkr
always on hand :
Pails and Tubs of all kinds and qualities
Toy Pails, Salt and Sugar Boxes, Half
Bushel and Peck Measures, Well Buck
ets, Towel Rollers, Patent head and
straight clothes pins, wash bonrdf,
Wooden Mop Handles, Grain
Scoops, Toy Wheelbarrow,
Corn Brooms, every variety
of shoe, paint, scrub, and
sweeping bruhej, &c.
clothes brushes, basket, willow and rate
chairs, skirt ratant, bird cagca, clothea liaea,
bed cords, skirt cords, tie yarna, twin of Jl
kinds, together with a larja auortmaal tf
notions and fancy goodf.
Hosiery, Gloves, Shirts, Drapers, TArW
&c, cheap from auction.
These goods nre all new nnd carefully a
lected, and are offered at price that canna
fail to attract attention.
Buyers will invariably find it to their owm
interest to call before purchasing elicwhere
05Particu!ar attention given to packing'
goods for shipment, so as to prevent damage
or exce.-sive charges for freight.
0Z2QrdoTS by mail promptly attended ta
223 Market-st., north side, below 2nd, Philav
X .U.C7 Li.ii.UL J iJOilKs I
J JT W W!
The -ubscrii-er takes this method of infor
ming his many friend, and the public ?rn
rally, that he has returned from the citiea,.
whh a large lot of
Ready Made Clothfirgv
of the latest ityles, consisting of
COATS of all kinds and qualitiei,
PANTS of various stvles of goods, and
VESTS of every grade.
From hrs prescmr slot!? he is Eatiafied tbit
he can meet the demand of every taste and"
"rig out", in a manner hitherto unapproach
ed, ihe man with the Jr?g!e dollar, or ths
possessor of thousands.
He has also laid in, and will keep on haniV
an elegant assortment of
consisting of Cloths, Cassimeres, Veatingsv
Notions, Hosiery, &c, &.c, all of which ho
will sell very cheap. He has aUo a splendid
at prices varying from 50 cents to $6 each i
the latest styles of Mantillas, Boots, Shoe,
Gaiter, &c, &c, and all at prices surpri
P. S. Clothing made to order al 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 tho
Stroudsburg, May 12, 1839. tf.
Groeeries and Hardware.
The Subscriber informs the public that
he has opened the most extensive
in the County, consisting of very fine and
And a largo assortment of
Rnisons, Salt Fish, and hundreds
of other, articles commonly kept
in a uroccry btore.
A hirgc stock of
The subscriber has made arrangements
in the cities which enables him to pro
cure any article iu his line of business on
All persons are kindly invited to cull
and examino his stock before they pur
All kinds of Grain and Produce par
chased by tho subscriber for which tke
highest Market price will be paid in ax
change for goods.
Store uext door to the Iu&kru Quean
Stroudsburg, April 2, 18G3.
Gothic Mall Bnig Store,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist
Coustautly on hand and for
sale choap for cash, a fresh sup
ply of Drugs Alediqipgsj Painfo
Oil, Glass, Putty, Varnish, Ker-
osone Oil, Porfu,mcry and Fancy Goods;
Sash, blinds and Boors.
Puro Winos and Liquors for Medicinal
P- S. Physicians Prescriptions care
Stroudsburg, July 7, 1864.
This splendid Hotel, situated
near the Stroudsbum Denot,
Q - 4 -
sppses ajl the advantages tn
'guest can desire. The houe 11
fitted and furnished in an unsurpassed stjlei
and the Parlors and Rooms are commodiou5
and well ventilated, with good attendance.
Attached is extensive stabling..1 Terms rea
sonable. ATM. JONES, Proprietor,
y, 11 it
June 2. 1864. tf. : ?