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The subscriber, residing m Kunkle
iAwn iVintif fli-nn tt?1o -frntll Sf .Pftliil cVintr
lnienus reimnuisning tnuuiwuauHic ous
j i il 1
irfnss. will Snl fc public auction, on TM.
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day the 14th day of March, mst,, his eu
,.' i-.!..f PflrrtDPAiino
urc aiuujv ui aj -X iji, uriy ujo, consist
wgoi am a wuuwo, uJiiJiion'iiiirj,
HARD WARE, BOOTS and SR OES,
ana tuousauus oi otucr articles, such
are usually Kept m a country store. All
tne guuua win uc positively sold without
1ST Sale lo commence at 10 o'clock
m.. ana Wl hf rnnfiminil frntn Hmr
dav. until tbn nnlirn snL- i ,?ncn
' 1 ' " " vv
nw:.- In T:"lr
Conditions will be made known by
JEROME S. WILLIAMS
March 9, 1SG5.
The subscriber wishes to secure tho
xiccs of a competent Miller, at his Mill
in Lehman township, Pike couuty Pa .
To such an one liberal terras and a -ood
situation will be iriven. For nr,,?i;
call on, or address, the undersigned at E-
gypt Mills, Pike county, Pa.
March 2, 1SG5.
ui5juus ;uu. ncreoy cautioucu a-
nainst trespassing upon the premises oc-
enpied by the uudcrsigued. cither for
liuuting or other purposes
will be prosecuted to the
full extent of
WILLIAM E. nEXUY,
Stroud tsp., -August 4, 1S64.
TTTHEREAS, my wife LUCY JANE has,
without cause or provocation, left my
oil and board, I hereby caution and forbid
env pcr.on or persons against harboring or
(rusting her on my account, as I shall pav
no debts of her conlracting. I, also, hereby
pivc Special Notice that she mny go to the
Black Man s door, as i will prosecute any
man who may bring her buck.
DAN IE L MURRY.
Canadensis, Pa.," Feb. 23, 1803.
fots 5 1; g E a e ss? cfl
The subscriber would respectfully uotify
uic puunc uiai ne nas now lor sale at jits
Ware Rooms (old stand) Slroudsburg, a new
and splendid lot ol new and tashionab c lur
niturc, such as
j Gurcatt, Scwstcads, Tables.
Jy Chalr, Ac.
wmcn ne win aisposc oi cneap lor cash or
ready pay. lie has also on hand u choice
which he is prepared to make up in frames
to order, or dispose of as purchasers may re
ihe undertaking business promptly at
tended to as usual.
Slroudsburg, Pa., Feb. 26, 1664. tf.
Groceries and Hardware.
The Subscriber informs the public that
lie has opened the most extensive
in the County, consisting of Tery fine and
And a large assortment of
31 OLA SSES.
liaisons, Fait Fish, and hundreds ggg
of other articles commonly kept21--in
a Grocery Store.
larire stock of
The subscriber has made amusements
in the cities which enables him to pro-
arc any article in his line of business on
All persons are kindly invited to call
nnd examine his stock before they pur
All kinds of Grain and Produce pur
chased by the subscriber for which the
highest Market price will bo paid in ex
change for goods.
Store next door to the Indian Queen
Stroudsburg, April 2, 18G3.
The Country Safe !
The subscriber takes this method of infor
H'ng his many friends, and ihe public gene
rjHyi that he has returned from thr cities,
tmb a large lot of
Heady Made Clothing,
f the latest styles, consisting of
COATS of all kinds and qualities,
PANTS of various stvlcs of goods, and
VESTS of every grade.
from his present stock lie is satisfied that
he can meet the demand of every taste and
"rig out", in a manner hitherto unapproach
di the' man with the single dollar, or the
Possessor of thousands.
He has also laid in, and will keep on hand
10 elegant assortment of
Consisting nf P.lnihs f!.i.cmnnrrfl. VestinfTS.
Notions, Hosiery, &c., &c, all of which he
win sell very cheap. He has also a splendid
prices "varying from 00 cents to .$6 each :
latest styles of Mantillas, Roots, Shoes,
Giiters, &c, &a, and all at prices surpri
, K S. Clothing made to order at short no
l'ce and warranted.
CALF and SHEEP SKINS taken in-exchange
for Goods at cash prices.
. -the public are invited to call as lie is de-
Icfmincd to sell his goods cheaper than the
Stroudsburg, May 12, -1850. tf.
BLANK MORTGAGE Si
'O'r s'ajc at this Oliice
- Washington. Fnl,,, a tahn
t ;x b.i ;i I'l l v h: m a ivsnrnu
I rr n . ' J
- nmiff : m,7 , ..-,T . .
w,uw J Vermont, that
- ua&igiiiimui OI HCrOUata lbr UlP Draft nr
- the imnSndw ii ; -S"f J
I , ,4 . '""'uoioaiiy uniust,
- ana ajso m bad faith tn tlio n
promise to winy allow credits for men ore
viously furnished. To illustrate, a supposed
as uao1- 10 fcieu, as ionows:
noni anu iew Hampshire must, be-
' '"'v" men, on uiepenci-
: w"" ""u iums,- cacn must turn
a. r ,i " A u V " , . uieJonSru"-
fl - , " . "" " luimur
IUI 1 C V'nrmnnf . 1 1 ,
r rir.' " .r1 " surplus 01 &U0
",uew "ampsmrea surplus of 1.500-
uicse two surplusses, making 2,000, are ad
ded to the 6.000. malt inn- fi.onn tn l, f.,rr.
ished by the two States, or 4.000 oaoJi. lnss ,V
fair credits. Then subtract Vermont's
of 500 from her 4,000, leaves 3,500 as her
quota on the pending call: and lili-ou'isp
subtract New Hampshire's surplus of 1,500
ffom ner400t). leaves 2,500 as her quota on
ne t pending call. These 3,500 and 2,500
aKe Prc?,se,y tne W which the supposed
?as5 requVe8 fI2m tl,e States ; and it is
just, equal, for Vermont to furnish 1,000 more
now man iew Hampshire, because New
Hampshire has heretofore furnished a 1.000
more than Vermont which cntializns th W.
thens of the two in the lonjr run. And this
result, so far from being bad faith to Vermont,
is indispensable to kceninfr eood faith u iih
new Hampshire. By no other result can
- , o c-
the 0UU0 men be obtained from the two Stales,
aud. at the same time, deal iustlv and keen
fd,tu wim both; and we do but confuse our-
selves m questioning the process by which
uiu ugiii result was reached.
The supposed case is perfect as an illus
tration. Ihe nondmr ca is not for 300..
wv men subject to fair credits, but is for
dOO.OOO remaining alter all fair credits have
been deducted : and it is impossible to con-
ceue unat Vermont asks without coimno- out
short of the 300.000 men. or making other lo-
caJitiespay lor the partiality shown her.
ii Orders- ftTo. 22.
Adjutant General's Office,
Washington, Feb. 17, 1S65,
The following report of the Board, appoin
ted by the President of the United States to
examine and correct the quotus of the several
States and District?, under the call for Vol
unteer's of December 9, 1804, is published for
the lnlormation ol all concerned:
Washington, D. C.
February 1G, 16G5.
His Excellency, Abraham Lincoln,
President of the United States,
Washington, D. C.
Sin : The Hoard, convened by the follow
ing.ordcr -EXECUTIVE MANSION
"February G, 18G5.
"Whereas, complaints are made in some
localities, respecting the assignments of quo
tas and credits allowed for the pending call
of troops to fill up the armies, now, in order
to determine all controversies in respect
thereto, and to avoid any delay m filling up
the armies, it is ordered : That the Attor
ney Lioneral, Urigauier Ueneral Ifichard
Delaficld and Colonel C. W. Foster, be, and
they are hereby, constituted a Board, to ex
amine into the proper quotas and ci edits of
the respective Slates and Districts, under the
call of December 19, 1661, with directions
f 1.1 i
mat, ii any errors ne louna tnercin, to maKc
such corrections as the laws and the lacts
may require, and report their determination
to the Provost Marshal General. The de
termination of said Board to be final and con
clusive, and the draft to be made in conform
"2, The Provost Aiarwial General is or
dered to make the draft in the respective Dis
tricts, as speedily as the same can be done.
after the 15th of this month. 'Shined
have respectfully to report, as follows :
The call for 300,000 men, made by the
President, on the 19th of December, 18G4,
requires that that number shall be raised.
But the law requires that the number of
men previously furnished by different locili
lies, and the periods of their service, shall be
considered so as to equalize the draft
The number of men liable to military duty
is to be determined by the enrollment lists.
The number of men which have been fur
nished by the various localities, and their
periods of service, were ascertained, and pre
vious accounts having been adjusted, the ex
cesses, were they existed, where carried for
ward under the last draft
The amount of service furnished is deter
mined by multiplying the number of men
raised by the number of years for which they
Having thus ascertained the number of
men enrolled on the 31st day of December,
1864; the number of men furnished up to
that date ; the localities from which they
come, and the periods of their service, it is
proposed to distribute the call for 300,000
men among the several districts, and paYts of
districts, according to the number of men en
rolled in each, and the number of men furn
ised, and the periods of service previously
rendered by each.
The rule by which Jbis is accomplished is
as follows :
Take the whole number of years of service
furnished by the districts of the United States
from the commencement of the rebellion to
the 3lEt of December, 1861. From that sum
deduct the whole number of men furnished
from all the districts of the United States up
to that date. The remainder will be the ex
cess of service furnished by all the districts.
Multiply the call of December 19th, 1804,
by three, to have the number of years of ser
vice upon that call, and to this add the ex
cess, as ascertained above. Then, as the
number of men enrolled from the whole Uni
ted States up to the 31st of December 18G4,
is to the period of service, as above ascertain
ed, so is the number of men enrolled in a
given district, to the number of years of ser
vice it is required to furnish, including its
pro rata share of the excess.
From this sum deduct the actual, excess
the district furnished ; the remainder is the
number ol years of service which the district
is requirod to lurnish under the call ot JJe
pember 19, 18G4, which, divided by three
gives thc; number of men required from the
As this call is for 300,000 men, that num
ber cannot be reduced by men going.in for
a period lonmjr than one year, inequalities
produced by men going in under this call for
longer periods than one year, must oe equai
ized on future calls.
It will be perceived that though the ag
Sregdtc ofhe excess furnished is added to
le whole call, the excess of .each district is
-A. , .
inn nnmhai f mnr. r - ... .
creased nor diminished, hilt, fifinnll'fir iirrwlnr-
ui iiiuu uanuu ior jg neither in-
considering the number of men, and the pe
riods of their service. Localities which
have heretofore furnished a greater amount
of service have in proportion to their enrol
ment, a less amount to furnish under this,
the number of r'ZZ
uuu e vunverso.
Men having heretofore enlisted fn
and three years it was necessary to take one
of those periods as the basis of the calcula
tion. As three 'cars embraced both the nth.
er periods, it makes the calcnlnrinn mnm
simple to, adopt that. The same result would
be arrived at by adopting either one or twn
years as the basis, but ihe process of calcu
lation would be more complicated.
Such we find to be the rule adopted by the
Provost Marshal General. Tim r.iln i ;n
conformity with the requirements of the laws
of Congress, and is just and equitable.
We have carefullv
the work done under this rule by the Provost
luurbuui general, and find ikt if mc Won
done with fairness.
We file in the Provost Aforslml rtonornT
Ufhce our Calculations of the nnnln nf r-nnl.
and every district endorsed by us as correct.
JAMES SPERD. '
Attorney General of the United States.
Brig.,Gcn and Chief Eng, U. S. A.
C. W. FOSTER,
Colonel, and Asst. Adjutant General
Approved February 17, 1865.
By order of the Secretary of War :
E. D. TOWNSEND,
Assistant Adjutant General.
Capt. nnd Provost Marshal,
March 2, 18G5. 11th District Penna.
p S SOBERS, late of
Jioss 1 oymshin, Monroe County, dee'd.
xuueu is ncrcDV jnven that Letters of
Administration, upon the above named
Estate have been granted to the under-
signcu Dy the Hegister ot Monroe County.
in due form of law: therefore, all persons
It.. -." It
luaeutca to saia estate arc requested to
make immediate payment, aucl those hav
ing any just claims are also requested to
present them duly authenticated for set
Ross township, Jan. 12, 1865.
New ' Livery Stable.
The uudcrsigncd would respectfully in
brm the citizens of Stroudsburjr. and the
public gcncaliy, that he now occupies the
fclablcs attached to the Indian Queen Ho
tel. where he is prepared, with a superi
or stock of
Bfcrscsj Carriages. Btig- jD?
i . ii i
to accommoaate an wnosc uusiuess. or
pleasure, requires the occasional use' of
these article. His horses were selected
with a view to the Livery business, and
can be recommended as kind and gentle,
yet wining anu iree. jus vcnicies, with
their appointments, are of the first order,
and his prices so reasonable as to suit
the pockets of all. Careful and accoiu
modatine: Drivers and Ostlers will alwavs
uiiurwarussubstractedfrom its quota;' Thus!
be ready to attend to the wishes of cus- This is thought by those who are acquaint
tomers, and he feels confident that he can etl with this locality,' to be a moderate esti
givc satisfaction to all who favor him with matc and yct k is cas)' to sec that evcn this
the r natronace. He invites thn nnlilin
t - l i l 1 n
i o Jf
io examine ms siock DCiorc waiting en
J. E. W. MILLER, Proprietor.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 20, 1SG5. -
Estate of NELSON COOKE, late of
the Borough of Stroudsuarg, deceased.
Notice is hereby given tliafc letters of
administration upon the above named Es-
tate have been granted to the uudcrsigued
by the Register of Monroe County, in due
hrm nt'lnw: t inrafhm. n nnrsnnn indnhfc.
ed to said Estate tire requested, to make
. , , t
immediate payment, aud those having any
just claims are also requested to preseufc
them legally authenticated lor settlement
to DAVIS D. WALTON,
Slroudsburg, Feb. 1, 1865. Gt.
The undersigned respectfully informs
the public, that ho has taken the old
stand formerly occupied by Jacob Goctz,
and latterly by Wm. M. Locfcr, and hav
iug thoroughly cleansed and refitted it,
and secured the services of a first class
Baker, is fully prepared, at all times to
fill orders for
Bread, Twist, Cakes, &c.
The Confectionery department will be fill
ed with Candies, Nuts and Fhuits in
their season, whichr together with every
thing k,cpt at this establishment, will
prove to be of the firstquality and be sold
at reasonable prices.
Au eating saloon will also be connected
with thecstablishment iu which the best
quality of oysters will always be found,
and where ladies and gentlemen will
be assured of quiet and' of the best atten
dance while eniovinir the delicacies of
The public are invited to drop in.
II. C. LE VAN WAY.
Jan. 19, 18G5.
M. & T. P. WATSON,
(LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED)
& 39 North. 2d st., between ."Market
February 26, 1863. ly,
GEOItOB D. STltOUD
ATTORNEYS AT LAW;
Have removed their Office
to No. 703 San-
Match 17. 186-1. I Kliilarteipliia
PEOSPE0TUS OF THE
I jv. JU VVifii illl i,
Divided into 80,000 Shares at $5 per share
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2 PER SHARE.
TYi7i a reserved Working capital o$50,000
BRODHEAD, Sec. & Treas.
E. W. Davis, Thos. M. McIlhaney,
Jas. M. bi:r.LERs, Geo. E. Painter,
Geo. S. Jones, A. Reeves Jackson,
L. W. Brodhead.
This-Company owns in fee simple seventy-seven
and three-tenths acres on the East
side of the. Allegheny River, in Rockland
township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.
It is situated five miles below the town of
Franklin, opposite the mouth of the West
Sandy Creek, and has a frontage of 110 rods
on tne river, it is but a short distance be
low the celebrated Hoover well which
yielding, 200 barrels of oil daily.. Other
yicldmg.wells surround it in evcrv direction
and within the past few'we'eks two now
wells have been struck in the immediate
neighborhood, one of which is producing dai
ly 30 barrels of heavy lubricating oil worth
at the well $30 per barrel.
A fine vien of Bituminous coal, easily ac
cessible, ia on part of the land, and in view
of the enormously high price of coal in that
region, is an important consideration, and
will enable the company not only to supply
us own wants ia that respect, but to demo
an income from its salo to others.
The adjoining, properties are in the hands
ot good and prosperous companies, all in sue
0il company has started out with better
prospects for paying large and regular month-
cesstul operation, and it is believed that no
v d v . nnrls.
This Comnanv intend doveloninn- thnirT.md
without the least delay, and for this purpose
nave arranged lor tne necessary engines,
tools tubig &c., all of which will be put
upon the ground and iri operation a
the season will permit.
In addition to their own wells, the Com
pany also propose lo lease to responsible par
ties portions of their land divided into lots of
10 square rods each, at a rent of one half
the oil, the Company to Ue at no expense
whatever. They will have 'at least fifty
such lots lo lease, all ot which can be leased
at once if deemed expedient, with covenants
binding lessees to sink wells with all possi
ble despatch to the depth of five hundred or
more feet. Estimating, only one well to
each lot, fifty wells, at the very moderate
average ol ten barrels each, would make a
daily product of 500 barrels,
Of this the
Company's share would be 250 barrels,
Value of daily yield to the Company at
$30 per Sarrc!, 7,500.
Allowing 250 working daj's to the year, the
Company's annual net receipts from leases
alone would be $1,875,000.
The Company also intend sink ing on their
own account, at least five wells. Should
tho? h BUCssrl with ?nly 07ie k vould
- ' ' SOOO
Fr0m wh5ch deduct for esponscs
(a iargQ estimate)- 15,000
And it leaves an annual net income of 00,000
To which add income from leases 1,875,000
Making a yearly income of 81,035,000
amouui oi succusb womu ihuku uiu proper Ly
of the Company iii value, almost surpass bC'
The durability of this immediate'oil section
is illustrated by the fact that wells above and
below this property have been pumping over
four years, with a steady yield, and without
A Fnw Plain Words to Subscribers.
Subscribers Vo the stock of this Company
cannot expect to receive immediately large
monthly dividends : if they were able to do
so they could not purchase it for ten times
the amount at which it is offered. But the
bas5s on w,lich the Company rests, will, it is
ULIIBVUUi "laAU UIU "'vwuiiuuivmuuj- wjv,
and, prospectively, of enormous valud.
The President, Col. E. W. Davis, formerly
of Franklin, Venango County, is well known
as one of the most successful and energetic
business men who have engaged in the pe
troleum interest, and tlie respectability aud
integrity of the other officers and Directors
of the Company, furnish a sufficient guaran
ty that their conduct of the business
of the Company will be entitled to the
confidence and approval of all who may
invest in the enterprise.
The Directors have .determined to sell on
ly a limited amount of the Capital Stock at
the subscription price of 82 per share, par
aim $0, the same being full paid up stock,
not liable to any further assessment, in which
respcct3 the .original subscribers, and those
who may now subscribe, stand on precisely
the same fooling.
Subscriptions.will.be received at the office
of the Company, 224 South Fourth st., Phil
adelphia, or at the office of the undersigned.
Slfoudsbnrg, Feb. 10, 1805.
Estate of GEO. C. RANSBERRY,
late oj Stroud township, deceased.
Letters of administration in the above
named estate, late' of tbo township of
Stroud, Monroe County, deceased, hav
ing been grautcd to tho undersigned, all
ncrsons indebted to said estate will make
immediate mvmont. and those having
claims against the same, will present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
Stroud tsp., Dec. 1, lbb-1. bt.
Tho public are hereby cautioned a
gainst purchasing a due bill for Twenty
Dollars, given by me to Jacob' J. hrey
Having received no value therefore, 1 am
determined nbt td pay it uulcss compelled
by law, '
Sfcroudabtarg; Dec. 24, 186-1
Families and Hotels supplied with Oys
ters, freslt from the City, every day, a
! U. S: 7-80 Loan.'
ay auuioruy oi tne secretory ol the Treas
ury, the undersigned has assumed the Gen
eral Subscription Agency for the sale of IJ
nitcd States Treasury Notes, bearing seven
and three tenths per cent, interest, per an-
known as the
SE YEN- TI1LR TY L OAN.
These Notes are issued under date of Au
gust 15th, 1864, and are payable three years
from that time, in currency, or are conver
tible at the option of the holder into
U. S. 5-S Six pea cent
These bonds arc now worth a premium of
nine per cent., including gold interest from
iOV., Which makes llie nr.tunl nrnfif nn thrr
ov man, at current rates, including inter-
est, about ten per cent, per annum, besides
its exemption from Stale and vmnicipal
taxation, which adds from one to three per
cent, more, according to the rate levied on
other property. The interest ispayable semi
annually by coupons attached to each note,
Which may be cut oil and sold to any bank
The interest amounts to
One cent per day on ji
Notes of all the denominations named will
promptly furnished upon receipt of sub-
scnptions. This is
THE ONLY L0AH IN TilAEKET
now offered by the Government, and it is
confidently expected thai its superior ad van
tages will make it the
Great Popular Loaii Of tllC PcODICi
JLcss than 8200,000,000 remain unsold,
which will probably be disposed oUwithm
the next GO or 00 days, when the notes will
undoubtedly command a premium, as has u-
niformly been the case on closing the sub-
scriptions to other Loans.
In order that citizens of every town and
section ot the country may be afforded fa
cilities for taking the loan, the National
JJanks, btate Banks, and Private Bankors
throughout the country have gcncrallv-an-reed
to receive subscriptions at par. Subscri
bers will select their own agents, in whom
they have confidence, and who only are to
be responsible for the delivery of tho notes
for which thev receive orders.
Subscription Agent, Philadelphia
Subscriptions will bo received by the
First National Bank of Scranton Pa.
ehruary 23, 1S05.
the mmn katigkae bmk,
OF THE CITY OP NEW YORK.
CAPITAL, I,OOOsOOO, PAID IIV,
FISCAL AGENT of the U. STATES,
And Special Agent for Jay Cooke. Sub
Will deliver 7-30 Notes, Free of charge,
by express, in all parts of the country, and
receive m payment (JhecKs on rsew lork.
Philadelphia, and Boston, current bills, and
all five per cent, interest notes, with inter
est to date of subscription. Orders sent by
mail will be promptly filled.
This Bank receives the accounts of Banks
and Bankers on favorable terms; also of in
dividuals keeping New York accounts.
J. U. ORVIS, President.
T. HILLj Cashier.
March 2, 1805. 3m.
Valuable Real Estate
The subscriber offers at private sale,
the following described property, viz :
A .barm situated m btroud township,
Monroe county, Pa.', adioiuicir land of
JohrVHan sherry, George Houck, A. Fow
ler, ana others, containing about
about 75 acres cleared, enclosed with a
good fence, and in a high state of culti
vation, of which 20 acres arc Meadow, the
balance is well timbered with. Oak, Clies
nut and Hickory. There arc about 20
acres of excellent meadow bottom yet to
be cleared. Tho larui is well adapted to
The improvements thereon consist ol a
ono and a half stories high, 22
by 24 foot : a two story LOG
HOUSE, 20 by 28 feet weathorboarded
and plastered, a framo larn 6i by 40
ficet with collar staining underneath, u
frame Wagon House 18 by 24 feet, Corn
Crib, Granary and other outbuildings,
with a spring of never failing water near
the houso. There is also a thriving
of select grafted fruit nnd a variety of
other fruit trees of dillcrent lanUa on
the premis.es. This property is three
miles north of Stroudsburg and one mile
southwest of the line or tho Delaware,
Lackawaria and Western Kailroad, and
convenient to Schools and public meet
ings. Persons wishing to. view tho above prop
erty will please call upon Silas. L, Pvako,
or at the Jdffersoniau office, Stroudsburg,
Pa., or upon tho r.ubsuribcr residing on
Stroud township, Dec. 1, 1SG4.-U'.
STEPHEN KOLMES; JR.,
ATTORNEY AT LAvV
SUliVEYOPv AND CONVEYANCER,
Office "ivitli S. S. Drclicr, Esaj..
N. B. Special attention paid to tho filing
of Pension papers, and the collection of back
pay, and bounties ot ?oltliers. . .
Stroudsburg, Oct; 0,-1802!
Of Passp.n Ttr
Oct. 12, 1864.
tEAVE NORTH WA ED. J LEAVE SOUTHWARD;
V. M. I P. M.
. H '
f New Milford,
j Nicholson. .
i 3 13
f Mosno . - ,
i Water Gap.
j Mouni hciliel.
J AIaimnka Chunk.!
j Oxford. 1
i Washlncton. i
i New Jlaiiipton
Tiic Passenger Train JVorih ward
Leaves New Hampton on the arrival" of the.
Alail Train which leaves IVefv York at 8.00'
A. M., and Mnnunka Chunk Sri IKa . Jtfrival
of the Tram which leaves Philadelphia.
(Kensington Depot) at 7.15 A. M. At.
iScranton this Train makes close connection
with Trains On tbo Lnnbwnnnn Xr. Tiinnmrn-
burg and Delaware & Hudson Railroads, an
at G"cat Bend with the Mail Train on tho
brie Kail way going West.
The Passenger Train Southward
Leaves Great Bend after the arrival of Ah
Cincinnati Express from the Wcst, connec-.
tin"- at fcscranton with Trains on the Lacka-.-
vvnnnn nnd Tllnomehnro' nnrt Dnlnwnrn nnA
Hudson Railroads; at Manunka Chunk with.
"V" ,0,r "V at ew namp.,
Valley, Ilarrisburg, &c. Tassengers by this
Train arrive in New York at 5.40, in PhiIa-
delphia at 6.30, and in Ilarrisburg at 8.20
' The Accomodation Train
Northward, connects at Great Bend with the.
r 7" : nr. t i - i
Day Express going West, by which passen
gers arrive at Ithaca and Syracuse the same
Southward, leaves Great Bend after tha.
arrival of Ihe New York Express going East.,
Ot!?" All Passenger Trains on the Erie
Railway stop at Great Bend.
WATTS COOivE, Superintendent.
Ii. A. HENRY, General Ticket Agent."
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST
RELIABLE REMEDIES IN THE
Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bron-
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Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and
every affection of
TJIE THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,'
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So general has the use of this remedy be
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vigor and health. We can present a masa
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CONKOT BE DISCREDITED.
Tlie Hov. Jacob Scclilcr,
Well known and much respected among.the,
German population in this country, makes,
the following statement far the benefit of the
Hanover, Pa. Feb. 16, 1859.
Dear Sirs: Having realized in my fami
ly important benefits from the use of your'
valuable preparation WisorV Balsam of.
Wild Cherry it affords me pleasure to re-;
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From Han. John E. Smith, a distinguished
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I have on several occasions used Dr. Wi
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Hall's Cross Roads, Md.
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None genuine unless signed "I. BUTTS,'.
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S. W. Fowle & Co., Proprietors, Boston)
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FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
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; ;May 12; lSGLfy.