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Estate of IIENR Y E1LENBER GER,
The undersigned Auditor appointed by
the Orphans' Court of Monroe County, to
make aisinuutiuu m mu iuuus 1a me
Lands of the Administrator of said Estate,
to and among those entitled thereto, will
attend to tlic duties ot his appointment on
Friday, the 21sfc day of April next, at 10
0 clock A. Alv at the office of Samuel S
Drchcr, Esq., in the Borough of Strouds
EXECUTIVE MANSION, )
Washington, February 8, 1865.
His Excellency Governor Smith :
Complaint is made tome, by Vermont, thai
the assignment ot hcrquata for the Draft on
tne impenaing call is intrinsically uniust.
anu aiso m uau faith to the Government';
promise to fairly allow credits for men nre-
viousfy furnished. To illustrate, a sitpposedWnf thnr
jv-ww 0ui,.v.-u, us JUllUWS; Btion. As thrnn vnnrs nmlin.rrvl lintli thn ntl.
Vermont nnfl (Vniv TTnmncli'rn miiot lmJB- 1 . . .. ...
. -..wv ,.......iw.a.. v iimcii uw-nnr nnrinnc ir mn -ne tlin rtn l.t ntiAii .nni-n
itwuua mem. iurnisn o.uuu men. on tne nnni-in,.,!., .i . mi i. u
Tu..- ...i i .i ii r : H: ii ... . : x buh u iu auu a luui. xue same re&uu wouiu
uuig, uuu auu wiiureau panics m iuiui-inff can, ana, ueuiff equals, eacii must fum-lim nrrivo-i t u :,, .,J
. 1i ir I . EM w Uf, UV UUU U LlUi Will Wl L t'l
.uu V1 uuul;uall,u.w..-vU.u.ut,.... ..o "y ....ua...fc Uu.i i.. "iuiuuy lun.Byearg ns tlie )ae,s i,ut .Iie process of calcu-
m for their distributive shares of saidlUut the Government finds that, on former! iat inn wnn,l i, mr Mmi;to,i
fund, scans, vermoni lurnisneu a surplus or ouUi
S. IIOLMES. Jr., Auditor. and ew Hampshire a surplus of 1,500-
Stroudsburg, March 23, 1SG5. 1 rV"!
afterwards substracted from its quota. Thusl PROSPECTUS OF TEE
the number ot men called for, is neither m-l.-. . rtlTri ..T a mr7 I
creasednordiminishebutequalityproducedlJACKSON OIL COMPANY,
uiwiuuhiij; iiuitiuci ui uiuii, uiiu liiu pe
riods of their service. Localities which
have heretofore furnished a greater amount
of service have m proportion to their enrol
ment, a less amount to furnish under tin"
and e converso. ,
Men ha vinr heretofore enlisted for one. twofi
and three years it was necessary to take one
II S. 7-30 Loan.
By authority of the Secretary of ihe TreasJ
iiry, the undersigned has assumed the Gen-'
CAPITAL, 400,000. craI Subscription Agency for thesale of TJ.
Divided into 80,000 Shares at $5 per sharelnited States Treasury Notes, bearing seven
7 land three tenths per cent, interest, per an-
SUBSCRIPTION TRICE 5 PER SIIAUE.
With a reserved Working- capital of 50,000
Delaware, Lacfeairanna & Wester
k I?Dger TraiM
snum, Known as the
LEAVE NOllTHWAUD. j LCAVE SOOTinvARD.'
W. DAVIS, Prcsidejit.
W. BRODIIEAD, Sec. & Treas.
Such we find to be the rule adopted bythef T " T oTT'
Provost Marshal General. The rule is iiiii; i 7 " '
S conformity with the requirements of the law
of" ClnilfrrncQ nnl its inct nr? onititnMn
In ihC Orphans' COUrt 0l illOiiroe 0,I's,.iea -vr ' ta cs or 'uuu cac,11' ,ess,bi'l We have carelully examined and proved
- j- .-. i .. hiuh kiwiiw. J.HCU suuiuu L-Jliniiiu Sbur IIU.- in u-nrt ilnno tinlni- thio ruin lr Ihn PrArnct
SB YUJV- TJUR TY L OAK.
These Notes arc issued under date of Au
gust 15th, 18G4, and are payable three years
from that time, in currency, or are conver
tible at the option of the holder into
U. 8. Six per cent
inese bonus are now worm a premium
This Company owns in fee simple seven-Iwhich increases the actual profit on the 7-30!
moda- ' ccr.
r. M. . P. M.
I V. M. -
W. Davis, Thos. M. McIliia'ey.I
Geo. E. Painter,
A. Reeves Jackson,
L. W. BltODHEAD.
T tl ,.! nf f,r -irmunt nf I'1 ttK c -7m r 7 , HU Mine worK done under tins rule by the l'rovosH, V7."' 7. 7t .H .
In the malic, of the Account of L. JIM0f o00 from her 4,000, leaves 3,500 as lioriMarehal General, and find that it has becn,?:sev?n and three-tenths acres on the Eas Ioan antl its exemption from state and
Gnnsaulcs. Administrator of Samuc
Gimsaiues, dec a.
I quota on the pending call ; and likewise
subtract New Hampshire's surplus of 1,500
Aud now March 2, 1865,. by a5rcemcnliIrom eM,UUU, leaves 2,500 as her quota on
of parties, Charlton Burnett is appoinfcdu,e VeminS -call. These J.0U0 and 2,5UU
Auditor to make distribution of the fuudl'T " ' ..7 i .7. w." luvum
l,i :i i i v.asu ituuia-a num uiu wo oiaies: anu ii is:
in the hands of said Administrator. , 4- tr ui'nnn
i-7 uiv, vuuu. i?iow than New Ilamuslurc. because New
1 he undersigned will discharge the dutieflHampshirc has heretofore furnished a 1,000!
of his appoiutmcut ou Thursday, thc-lthmorc than Vermont, which equalizes the bur-
dav of 31av next, at 10 o'clock a. m.. alliens of the two in the lonff run. And thisi
Jus office ill Stroudsburg, when and whcrcl!u!5.ul! b ,ar ,rom uemg oau iaun io vermoni,
all parties iu interest are required to at-$ ,? 10 KePulfi S?ou Iaun, wu"
.... l,t k-xw niuiiufeiiiri;. jjv no ouier rcsuii can.
ii.ii ii .inn in i'ri:iiL iiil.ii i.i.ii iii. in iirr in n . . . .
barred from coming in for a share of said
March 30, 1SG5. Auditor.
Etlotc of Sttmvcl Rccs, Sr., deceased.
The undersigned Auditor appointed byjbpen deducted ;
s Orphans' Court of Monroe County tuCC(3c u'hat Vern
nuKc uistrioution ot the luna m the
hands of the Administrator of the Estate
lit Samuel Ilees, Sr., dee'd, will attend to
the duties of his appointment on Friday
the 12th d.vy of May next, at 10 o'clock.
A. M., at the Prothonotary's Office, in
Strou'isburj-, ai which time and place alls
persons h.iv:np; any claims or demand.-.
unonsaiJ fund will nrcseut them or be for-
ever debarred from coming in for a -h:;rog
01 the, same.
M. McIIilTAXKY, Auditor,
the G000 men be obtained from the two States,
ana, at me same time, deal justly and Keep
IjiUi with both: and we do but confuse our
selves in questioning the process by which
the right result was reached.
The supposed case is perfect as an illus
tration. The pending call is not for 300,
000 men subject to fair credits, but is for.
300,000 remaining after all fair credits have
and it is impossible to con-
ermontasks without cominar out
short of the 300,000 men, or making other lo
calities pay for the partiality shown her.
done with fairness,
We file in the Provost Marshal General's
Office our calculations of the quolo of each!
and every district endorsed by us as correct.
Attorney General of the United States.
Brig. Gen'l, and Chief Eng, U. S. A.
C. W. FOSTER,
Colonel, and Asst. Adjutant General
Approved February 17, 1805.
By oudeu of the Secretary op War :
E. D. TOWNSEND,
Assistaiit Adjutant General.
Capt. and Prorost Marshal,
March 2, 1S65. 11th District Penna.
side of the Allegheny River, in Rockland
township, Venango County, Pennsylvania
It is situated five miles below the town on
Sandy Creek, and has a frontage of 110 rods
on the river. It is but a short distance be
low the celebrated Hoover well which isj
yielding 200 barrels of oil daily. Other
yielding wells surround it in every direction,!
and within the past few weeks two new
wells have been struck in the immediate
neighborhood, one of which is producing dai
Iy 30 barrels of heavy lubricating oil worth
at the well 30 per barrel
A fine vien of Bituminous coal, easily ac
cessiblc, is 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
its own wants in that respect, but to derive
an income from its sale to others,
The adjoining properties are in the hands
ot good and prosperous companies, all m suc
cessful cDeration. and it is believed that no
Estate of '3IICIIAEL MIXSELL,dc'd.m0i. commnv has started odt with better
The undersigucd Auditor appointed bylprospects for paying large and regular month
the Ornhaus' Court of Monroe County, toH'y "ivwcnas.
Franklin, opposite the mouth of the Westllevied oi; other property. The' interest is pay
'municipal taxation, which adds from one to
three per cent, more, according to the rate
able semi-annually by coupons attached to
each notc.wliich may be cut off and sold to
any bank or banker.
frieiierae vracrs, fo.
Adjutant General's Office,
lVsjig-oH, Feb. 17, 1805.
m. - !! : 4 r t .i m , . .1 . i 1
p. ns luuuwnig i upon 01 uiu uuuiu, ujjjjuiii-wironi counnffiu ior tncir aistriDuuvesnares
S. HOLMES, Jr., Auditor
make distribution of the fund in the hand?
of the Administrator of said Estate, will
attend to the duties of his appointment
on Monday, the 24th day of April next.
at 10 o clock, A. M., at the office of Sam 1
IS. Drehcr, Esq., iu the
btroudsburg, wheu and where all parties
in interest may attcud or be debarred
The subscriber offers at private sale
hi.s valuable Farm on which he now re
hide!, situated in Hamilton township.
Monroe County, ra., miles west from
Stroudsburg, and near Lossardsville, con
taining iYjHiify Acre,
more or less, witu all the improvements
ALSO ; for sale a one Acre Lot, with
nv.iminp :mu! iirrpt t!ir nnntns nf the several
ci i T-:.r. l n c TT..1
joiuii'H aim jjisiritis, uiiuur nit; uuii iui vui-
juistecrs of December 9, 1SG4, is published for
Uhc information of all concerned:
Washington, D. C.
February 10, 1805.
ihs Exccllenc', Abraham Lincoln,
President of the united Slates,
Washington, D. C.
Sir : The Board, convened by the follow-!
"February 0, 1865.
'Whereas, complaints arc made in some
'localities, respecting thcassignmentsof quo-
IStroudsburg, March 23, 1SG5.
This Company intend developing their land
without the least delay, and for this purpose
have arranged for the necessary engines,
tools, tubing, &c, all of which will be put
upon the ground and in operation as soon as
the season will permit.
In audition to their own wells, the Com
pany also propose to lease to responsible par
ties portions of their land divided into lots of
10 souare rods each, at a rent of one half
the oil, the Company to be at no expense
whatever. They will have at least fifty
Bstich lots to lease, all of which can be leased
The interest amounts to
One cent per day on a
Two cents " " "
Ten u n tc
'. Great Bend,
' Clark's Summit,
I Scrantor. .
iftew ilainnton. 2.47 l
Change for TInl. P. M.
7.30. ( 2 JO
7.40 I 3.00
5 5-.10. 3.35
8J53 ! 4.15
. S.t 5 16
9.14-- I 5.50
- 9.3a 6.I5S
' 0.33 j 6.35SI-
5 10.15 L 7.0553
! 10.35 f M..B-
, 10.47 i S
10.57 J ,-,
; 11.20 J
11.53 ! 5
j 12.27 :
12.37 I 7X
i 12 43 ?
I 1.42 i
Notes of all the denominations named will
be promptly furnished upon receipt of sub-i
scriptions, and the notes forwarded at once.
The interest to 15th June next will be paid
in advance. This is
THE ONLY LOAN IN MAEKET
now oiierea by tlie uovemment, ana it iy
confidently expected thai its superior advan
tages will make it the
Great Popular Loan of the People
Less than 8300,000,000 of the Loan au-
imarkct. This amount, at the rate at which
The PassciigcrTraiu Atari Iiwarcf
Leaves New Hampton on -the arrival of th&
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.
Scran ton this Train makes close connections
with Trafns on the Lackawanna & Blooms-,
burg and Delaware & Hudson Railroads, and
at Great Bend with the Mail Train on tbo
Erie Railway going WesL
Tlic Passenger Train Southward
Leaves Great Bend after the arrival of the'
Cincinnati Express from the VVest, connec
ting at ts'cranton with Trains on the Lacka
wanna and Bloomsburg and Delaware and'
Hudson Railroads; at Manunka Chunk with'
f r l-tt I: T " I - . . ieV - TT "
wie irain ior. Jt'oiiaueipuia, anaaii'iew namp-
thorized by the lost Congress arc now on thclton with trains for New York", the Lehigh
Valley, Ilarrisburg, &c. Passengers by th!3
New livery Stable.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the citizens of Stroudsburg, and the
public gencally, that he now occupies the
Stables attached to the Iudian Queen Ho
tel, where he is prepared, with a superi
or stock of
SsorseSj Carriages, Bug
gies, Sleighs, &Ci,
it is being absorbed, will all be subscribed!" arrjv Ncw, Yorkat f f0' in P'a
,. ... - r , , ...f delpbia at 0.30, and in Harnsburg at 8.20
1U1 IV1I.1JJ11 JUlll IllUIllJiO, VVUUIt HUtCO Will
undoubtedly command a premium, as has u-
iniformly been the case on closing the sub
scriptions to other Loans.
In order that citizens of every town and
at once if deemed expedient, with covcnantssecti5n 0f the country may be afforded fa
T'S "r,T . h p a V i 1 ! Icilitics for taking the loan, the National
hie desnateh to the dentil of five hunuretl or '
mom fnt "Ret mm tin r nnlv nnr wnll tnlBanks, State Banks, and Private Bankers
each lot, fifty wells, at the very modcratcHthroughoutthe country have generally agreed
average ot ten barrels each, would make at0 receive subscriptions at par. Subscri
uaiiy prouuci ot ouu uarruw. una uiug. j , t - aonte. in whom
they Jiave confidence, and who only are to
be responsible for the delivery of the notes
for which they receive orders.
Subscription Agent, Philadelphia
I to accommodate all whose business, oi
11 the improvements, and adjoining theOtas and credits allowed for the pending calll pleasure, requires the occasional use ol
Farm. Persons desirinsr to view thegof troops to fill up the armies, now, m order! these articles. His horses were selected
j.iii d j so by calli;i- on the un p1" determine ull controversies m
dcrsiuned rcsidins thereon.
.JO UN BOSSA1ID.
April I3th, -2t
respectwit1 a vjcw t0 (iQ Livery business, audi
thereto, amUo avoid any delay in filling uplcau be reConnncuded as kiud and gentle
Ui,,e "m,es' " xsraea: Ana' A"or:lyct willing and free. His vehicles, with
Company's share would be 250 barrels.
Value of daily yield to the Company at;
I 830 per Barrel, $7,500.
Allowing 250 working days to the year, the
iCompany's annual net receipts from leases
alone would be 1,875.000.
The Company also intend sinking on tlieirlSubscriptiong w5U bo rcccivcd by ti,e
own uuuuuui, at jl.isi, ii vu wuus. kjiiumu
they be successful with only one, it would
produce, estimating as above, a yearly in
come ot 7O.0UU
From which deduct for expenses
(a large estimate) l,00U.
The Accomodation Train
Northward, connects at Great Bend with the
Day Express going VVest, by. which passei,
gers arrive at fthaca anil Syracuse the saras
day. r : . j? ..j . ., , ,
Southwar.d, 7.reavCs Great Bend, after the
arrival of the New York Express going East,i
07" All Passenger jrairison the Erie
Railway stop at GreatiBenil. .
WATTS COOKE, Superintendent.,
R. A. HENRY, General "Ticket Agent.'
First National Bank of Scranton Pa.
February 23, 1865.
. . OF.
United States Hotel
. n , , .-, . , , . ''Sea II of December 10, 1864,
Ccr. 31 aiul tspring Garaoa stS: glhatf Hany errors be found
FA STON. P.-i. lf-nc!i corrections as the law
The u;rJ.Ti-!:c.l1 formerly nropr: ai 3 j!,in.v require, and report their determination
of While's Hotel, respectfully inf.rmj1'1 the Provost Marshal General. The de-
the citizens of Northampton and arljoi
ing t'ouutics, that ou and after ih-i
Deiafield and Colonel C. W. Foster, be, andfl l,ui" -fT -"'"" U1,T" "U4".'HAnu it leaves an annual ncL income. -"ICAPSTAL,
.H.uiu xiio putus ou luciuuuuii; ia iu OUJISj 10 WniCIl aUU lUCOIUC IfOllI JUliaus l,oio,uui; fTOlAT Af
lliov -im liornhi- n nncf it n t m I n Hnnnl tr ov.i'"lu 11,0 f
... t 1 . .Htlirk nnnl-oic Ctf oil
'amine into tne proper ouoias anu cieuus oih""1- i-"
L'arclul anu accom
thn r,-5iiprfivf St.itesnnH Histriets under tlipBmodatinjr Drivers and Ostlers will alwaysSAIaking a yearly income of l,03u,000
w.w , - . .... . , - s . . ....
with dircctionsloc ready to attenu to the wishes ot cus-B Tins is thought by those who arc acquaint-
therein, to makcBtomcrs. and he feels confident that he canged with this locality, to be a moderate esti
!i corrections as the laws and the facts
THE NINTH RATIONAL BANK,
OF T1IL CITY OF NEW YORK.
1,000,000, PAID SIS.S
FISCAL AGENT of the TJ. STATES,
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
. 1 .
RELIABLE REMEDIES IN THE
IAnd Sp'eoial Agent for Jay Cooke.
Will deliver 7-30 Notes,
u.i ui ,-uiii. iou-.i, tn: uu.i uu iuuiiu it 111
f ..Mn inn Inn rC coid TJrvi rA tr liofinnl n rifl nn!
and the draft to be matte in conform-
"2, The Provost iMarshal General is or
dered to make the draft in the respective Di
Coughs; Colds, -. Whooping Cotigh, Bron-
emus, xiimctiiw oi iire2xniar .astnma.
oub-h Hoarseness. Sore Tnroat. Cront) and
every affection of
a, Free of chargeMrilV. TJJV.Ci T T.TTYOR A m HTfRRT
v...- j 7 - . ..jli-"-" -i""V -I U..OOl.li- ViJiJUi.
.. n .. II i r i -.1 E4 .1 4. Zt. Z- !,.rt3IlV I '.X IirUSL-. Ill .111 11,11 l.1 Ill L11U C!IlIIIILrV. lilliln
rm-n ciMit-iPfmn tno u-nn t-ivnr imn TCiriiBmn.il!. nun vi:l il is uiitv iu bcu nidi uvuii i ? i - m
. ... . .. Vi . r- 1.1 i. .1 ...Krnnpiun in raTmnnt : ChnrkK nn Nrw VnrL-J TNf!r,TjT)TNfJ "F.VKV
tlioir nntrnnnfTO o invifnq til nnh u-KamOUni Ol SUCCCSS WOU1U IIiaKO UIU uiuuui t-VM" . " ' " - . ij --"'M
Jminp ? Btopk hnfnve mL-in- rnJof tho Company in value, almost surpass be-lP, and .Jioston current bills, ano. GOrVSUJHPTIOnr.'
film 1 1T1 1 -r-i rT" f'll 11 1 ill 1 lirilL-T nninp uriria Tl J ri w
Mnf UUI1 IJV Jll OiJl. lllllJU UUbC tV 1111 llltVil'H Vr . . n m-mrm V
Thedurabilitvof this immediate oil sectioniest to uate or subsenpuon. uraers sent Dy o ui i. u vuuijc
is illustrated by the fact that wells above andlmail will be promptly hiled. to0 Scnral has the. use of this remedy be-,
to examine his stock before making en
J. E. W. MILLER, Proprietor,
Stroudsburg, Jan. 2G, 18G5.
above named popular Hotel
has been thoroughly cleansed, re fittcdtricts, as speedily as the same can 'be donc. btniiUSttQiO OtlCC.
aua pmme'i. ui.u uov pretcuui, in puiui oigallcr llic lom 01 mis moniu. -oigneu
comfoit cud elegance, the finest appeal - "ABRAHAM LINCOLN."
ancc of any hotel iu the Eastern part olphavc respectfully to report, as follows:
Pennsylvania. The tables will ha snp- Tj,e c;l for 300,000 men, made by the
plied at all times with the choicest themresident, on the 19th of December, 1SG1,
market ai!-rls nnd the liquors will be olKrcquircs that that number shall be raised,
the Gnr-:.boih l': e:gu and domestic. But the law requires that the number of
()muibusCfi run to and from the hotcl.mnn previously furnished by different local i
mafcing connections with all the tri:i.. k1' ;,ntJ tIle periods of their service, shall be
S W W r II 'V vi ," wns dered so as to equalize the draft,
luston. Pa . MarcY0ihlS65. . Tf number of mon liable to Hitap; duty
gis to be determined by the enrollment fists.
)A ie) finished by the various localities, and theii
HDcnous oi service, were ascenameu, uuu pre-
vious accounts having been atijusica, me ex ibtroudsDurg, I'eo. l, iodo.
cesses, were the' 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 ot years for which they
Having thus ascertained the number o
65 ftoHhampto!! SUcc4,
Estate of'XELSOX COOKE, late oj
the Jioroufjli of Stroudsburg, deceased.
2oticc is hereby given that letters of
administration upon the above named Es
tate have been granted to the undersigned
by the Register of Monrce County, in due
form of law ; therefore, all persons iudcbt-1
ed to said Instate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having any
just claims are also requested to present
them legally authenticated for settlement
to DATIS D. WALTON,
below this property have been pumpmg over
four years, with a steady yield, and witnoui
A Few Plain Words to Subscribers.
Subscribers to 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. JLsut the
basis on which the Company rests, will, it is
believed, make the investment entirely saje,
and, prospectively, of enormous value.
.ti i ii -i . i ti it? r c . 1 ..
xne rresment, yjoi. rj. v . jjavjs, iunm..ij
of Franklin Venanrro County, is well knownS
j o v 9
as one of the most successful arid energetic
business men who have engaged in the pc
troleum interest, and the respectability aud
This Bank receives the accounts of BanksHcome and so popular is it everywhere, that
and Bankers on favorable terms; also of m-Rit is unnecessary to recount its virtues. Its
dividuals keening Ncw York accountsr
I. U. ORVIS, President
J. T. HILL. Cashier.
March 2, 18G5.-3m.
YaluaMe Real Estate
The subscriber offers at private sale.
the following described property, viz:
A Farm situated in Stroud township,
Monroe countv. Pa., adioininjr laud of
works speak for it, and fine utterance in the
abundant and voluntary testimony of the ma
ny who from long suffering and settled dis-.
ease have by its use been restored to pristine
S vigor and health. We can present a mass1
of evidence in proof of our assertions that
CONNOT BE DISCREDITED.
roleum interest, anu tne respec aouny au..j , Eansbc . Gcorgc Houck-, A
integrity of the other officers and Directors!. , , . . irt,A
of the Company, furnish a sufficient guaranJK nd othcrs containing about
PI ATHI V' Ii P RCTTRR iwmen enrolled on the 31st day of December,
IBiOU-I, Uiu iiu:iiui;i ui muu tuimsiiuu uu iu
. . . ttn i tnn l fm ' ... ... .
AAV ttE&AK'hiii Sthat date; the localities from which they
come, and the periods of their service, it l
proposed to distribute the call for 300,0001
THAIf ANY OTHER PLACE BK
EASTOX ! !
I'udcr the supervision of a
NEW YORK CUTTER.
Who Never Fails to Please.
P. V. EILENI3E11GER.
March 9, 18G5. 6nl.
men among the several districts, and parts ofj
districts, according to the number of men en
rolled in each, and the number ot men turn
ised, and the periods of service previously
rendered by each.
The rule by which tbis is accomplished i
as follows :
Take the whole number of years oC service
Manhood: how Lost, llOlV HcStored. jfurni6hed by the districts of the United State
Just published, a new edition o
Dr. Ciiiverwoil'ii Celebra
ted Esay on the radical cure
(without medicine) of Si'ermator-
RiiiEA., or Seminal sveakness, involuntary
Seminal Lossee. Impolcncy, Alental and
Phwca! Incapacity, Impediments to Mar
riage, etc.; also Cox-sumition, ii.i'iLKisv
and Fits; induced by self-indulgence or sex
from the commencement of the rebellion to.
the 31st of December, 1864. From thatsumj
deduct the whole number of men furnished
from all. the districts of the United States uri
to. that date. The remainder will be tne ex
cess of service furnished by all the districts,
Multiply the call of December 10th, lb04,
by three, to have the number oi years oi ser
vice uDon that call, and to this add the ex
r.PKs. n nsr.nrfained above. Then, as the!
The undersigned respectfully inform
the public, that he has taken the old
stand formerly occupied by Jacob Goetz.
and latterly by Wm. M. Loder, aud hav
ing thoroughly cleansed and refitted it.
and secured the services of a first class
Baker, is fully prepared, at all timc3 t0
fill orders lor
Bread, Twist, Cakes, &c.
The Confectionery department will be fill
ed with Candies. JNUTSand knurrs in
their season, which, together with every
thing kept at this establishment, will
prove to be of the firstquality and be sold
at reasonable prices.
An eating saloon will also be connected
with the establishment ifi which the best
about 75 acres cleared, enclosed with
aood fence, and in a high state of culti
vation, of which 20 acres are Meadow, the
balance is well timbered with (yak, Ghes
nut and Ilickory. There are about 20
acres of excellent meadow bottonf yet to
be cleared. The farm is well adapted to
tv that their conduct ot tne business
of the Comnanv will be entitled, to the!
confidence and approval of all who may
invest in the enterprise.
The Directors have determined to self on-;
llv a limited amount of the Capital Stock a
the subscription price of $2 per share, par!
value $5, the same being full paid up stock.l
not liable to any further assessment, in which
respects the original .subscribers, and thosci
,who may now subscribe, stand on precisely
the same footing.
Subscriptions will be received at the office
of the Comnanv. 224 South Fourth st., Phil
adelphia, or at the office of the undersigned.jjonc and a half stories highl 22
. t- nnirnc TPT.'flM Hi n i i . x r r s n
i. ivtiJ v .tio jyxvvi.-. Dy ijij. icet j a two story juvut
Stroudsburg, Feb. 16, 1865.
Tlic Rev. Jacob Scclilcr,
Well known and much respected amontrllie
German population in this country," makes,
the following statement far tlie benefit of the
Hanover, Pa. Feb. 16, 1859.
Dear Sirs: Having realized in my fami
ly important henefits from the use of your
valuable preparation Wistclr's Balsam of
Wild Cherry it affords me pleasure, to. re
commend it to the public, borne eight years
ago oho of my daughters seemed to be in a.
decline, and little hopes of lier recovery were
entertained, I then procured a bottle of your
excellent Balsam, and before she had taken
ihe whole of the contents of the bottle there
was a great improvement ji. her health. I.
Estate of GEO. O. RANSBERR Y
late of Stroud township, deceased.
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ftr- Price in a sealed envelope, only sixlnumber of men enrolled from the whole Uni-
Ti.o ii.mtn,1 nnilior in this admiable es-lis to the period of service, as above asccrtam-
eay clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years'ied, so is the number of men enrolled in a
successful nractice. that the alarming con-Igivcn district, to the number of years of ser-j
;nllveuredavice it is required to furnish, including its
intnrnnl mcdi lTJro rata snare of the excess.
i.vn.ii, .nniitinn ni i i.n Lnifn uoiiit-B From this sum deduct the actual excess.
.,t f n..r t nr B?mnle. cer-It be district furnished : the remainder is the
tain nn pflpot.ini. 11V mP:,nK of wliip.li ove-Iiiumbcr ot years of service which the district
r cfTnror. nn mnitfir liia ntniKiinn mnv bo.lis required to furnish under the call of De-
may cure himself cheaply, privately, andlcember 19, 1864, which, divided by three
i- ii M:..nr. io linmlinr nf men rr.ninrpil frnnv the
raaicauv. IK"" " - i
iEpThis Lecture should be in the handi-Idistrict
of ovnrir vonih nud everv man in the land. 1 As this call is for 300,000 men, that num
K0f. ..n,W KPfil. in a nlain envelonc. toiher cannot be reduced by men going in for
anv niMrPE. nast-naid. on receipt of sixla period lontrer than one year. Inequalities!
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eents, or two post stamps. Address ine puo-produccd by men going m wi.onun
1 intters of administration in the above
oi estate, late of tho township of
Stroud. Monroe Countv, deceased, hav
mo- lipo.n ranted to the undersigned, all
quality of oysters will always be found! Desons indebted to said estate will make
and wncre lauios aim siuuiiuuiuu ",, ;:ite navmcut. ana tnosc navanc
T C , 1 11. 1 L. H Fl . - -
be assured oi quiet anu oi ine oeso uiiuu-
dnnee while cniovine the delicacies oi
The public arc invited to drop m.
JUL. C. JjJli V AiN WAX
Stroudsburg, Jan. 19, 1865.
CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
12T itvrv. Nv York, Post of
fice box 4586.
June 16, 1864. ly.-
longer periods than one year, must be equal;
lized ou future calls.
It will be nerceived that though the ag
r.irnJaheil is added to
ithe whole call, the excess ot each districi it..
M. & T. P. WATSON,
(livery stable attached)
HI & 39 North 2d st,, between1 iuarKci
February 26, 1863. ly,
LEWIS D. VAIL.
GEORGE D. TOOUH
Iclaims against the same, will present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
(j. Jii. uvnxrji'i. i
Stroud tap., Dcc; T, 1864. 6t.
Thn public are" hereby cautioned a
I gainst purchasing a duo bill for Twenty
Dollars, "iven bv me to Jacob J. Frey.
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Having received no value therefore, x an bt d township' Bee. 1, 186L-tf.
Stroudsburg) Dec. 24, 1864
bave, in my individual case, madc frequent
use of vour valuable medicine, and have al-
Thc improvements thereon consist of always been benefitted by it.
. JAUUU brJUllLElu .
From lion. John E. Smith, a distinguished'
Lawyer in Westminster, Md.
I have on several occasions used Dr. WiV"
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry for sevore coldt,-
and always with decided benefit. 1 know of.
no, preparation, that, is ,more efficacious or
more deserving of general' use.
The Ualsani has" also been used wun ex?
ccllent effqet by J. B. EiIliott, Merchant,'
Hairs Cross Roads, Bid.
Wistur's Balsam of Wigd Cherry.",
None genuine unless signed "I. BUTTS,"
on the wrapper.
ror sale by
J. P. Dinsmore, No. 491Brodway, N. Vork.
S. W. Fowle &. Co., Proprietary, Boston."
And- by all Drggists."
HOUSE, 20 by 28 feet weathorboarded
aud plastered, a frame Barn 32 by 46
feet with cellar stabling underneath, a
frame Wagon House 18 by 24 leet, Corn!
Crib, Granary and other outbuildings,
with a spring of never failing water near
the house. There is also a thriving
of select grafted fruit and a variety' off
other fruit trees of "different kinds on
"the premises. This property is three
miles north of Sti'oudsbrrvgand'one mile
southwest of the line of the Delaware,
Lackawana and Western Bailroad, and
COnVCniCUt ty ouuuuia uuu uww
PnrRons w'Miins? to view the aDove prop
erty will please call upon" Silas L. Drake J
or atrthe J ellersonian omcc, oirouusuuig.
Pn iihm. the fiubsenber residing on
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KcMiim' llussia Salvc
TAIL and STROUD.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Families and Hotels supplied with Oys-j
Have removed their Office
Match 17, 1864 ;1 Pllilaaeipmsi
No. 703 San-tcrs, fresh from the City, every day, at
STEPHEN HOLMES, JR.,
ATTORNEY AT L&W
SURVEYOR" AND CONVEYANCER,
FORTY YEARS5 EXPERIENCE"
lias fully established the superiority of"
KedtSang-'s Russia S.ilvc
Over all other healing preparations'
- -Jt eyres all kjnds of Sores, Cuts Ulcers f
SaU Rhenm, Erysipelas, Sties, Piles, Corns,'
Sore Lips, Sore Lyes, &c.,.&c, . , ; (,j
Removing the pain at once, anil reducing
the most angry looking Swellings and Ih,6a-.?
lion, as if by magic Onjy 25 cents a box:'
ror emu ujr .
Office wilh S. . JDrelicr, Esa
K B; Special attention paid to the filinglS. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 BrodwayN. Y.
of Pension papers, and the collection ot uacnij. v. Jb'UVVJLii cc Co., imo. la Tremont-at..
' a am T 1 I .11 II .
nav, and bounties ot soldiers. Buosion, aim oy an lruggigi
Stroudsburg, Uct. u, iao-'.
May 12, 1304. ly.