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. . f COMMUNICATED.
Pulmonary Consumption a Curable Dis
ease ! ! !
t A CARD.
The undersigned having been restored
health in a few weeks, by a very simple rem-
ody, after having suffered several year's with
n severe lung affection, and that dread di-
scasc Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means oi
of tc prC
the directions for preparing and using
sime, which they will find a sure cure for
(ONsumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds,
Coughs, &c. Tlic only object of the adver-
tiser in sending the Proscription is to bene-
fit thcaflh'cted,and spread information which
ho mur.rivos to be invaluable : anil hn Imnoc
every sufferer will try Ids remedy, as it will
cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing-.
Parties wishing the prescription will
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
U. 'S. 7-30 Loan.
The sale of the first scries of $300,000,-
000 of the 7-30 Loan was completed on the
31st of March, 1SG5. The sale of Jthe sec
ond scries of Three Hundred Millions, pay
0ble three years from the loth day of June,
1SC5 was begun on the 1st of April. In
ihc short space of thirty days, over One
Hundred Milliois of this scries have been
4oU leavine this dav less than Two Hun-
JrcJ Millions to be disposed of. The inter-
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loin ui jLtuuiui; u.iu luui oi juiiu uv
Coupons attached to each note, which ore
readily cashed anywhere.
The interest amounts to
One cent per day on
Two cents " " "
MORI-: AXD MORE DESIRABLE.
The Rebellion is suppressed, and tht!
Government has already adopted measures
to reduce expenditures as rapidly as possi-
ble to a peace tooting, thus withdrawing
from market as borrower and purchaser.
This is the ONLY LOAN IN M'ARKET
now offered ly the Government, and consti-
lutes the GREAT POPULAR LOAN OF
on their maturity, at the option of the hold-
U.S. 5-30 Six per cent
Which arc always worth a premium.
Free from Taxation.
The 7.30 Notes cannot be taxed Ly Towns,
Cities, Counties or States, and the interest
is not taxed unless on a surplus of the own-
er s income exceuumg ti. imiiureu uuiwia a.
yesr. This fact increases their value from
. 1: . 1 1 .iu -I
one to ihree per cent, per annum, according
to the rate levied on other pTopeity.
Less than -5200,000.000 of the Loan cu-
thorized ly the bst Congress arc now on
the market. Tlrs amountat the rate at
which it is being absorbed, will be subscribed
for within two months, when the no:es will
undoubtedly command a premium, as has u-
niformly been the case on closing the sub
scriDtions to other Loans. It now scc:ns
probable that no considerable amount bcyondoft day of February 1865, at 10 o'clock,
the present scries will be offered to the pub-
In order that citizens of everv town and
throughout the country have generally a
greed to receive subscriptions at par. Sub
scribers will tclcct their own agents, in
tvhom they have confidence, and who only
are to be responsible for the delivery of the
notes for which they receive orders.
Subscription Agent, Philadelphia.
Subscriptions will be received by the
Stroudsburg Bank, and the
First National Bank of Scranton Pa.
Trial List, May T. 1865.
Elizabeth Grcensweigvs. Adam Christ
man. David W. Lee et. al vs. Jay Gould.
Eagle's Administrators vs. Jacob Stouf
eer. John N. Staples vs. B. D. Burnett.
Charles Troch vs. A. J. Burling.
George Kresge vs. Adam Weiss.
Mary Ann Michaels vs. Robert W.
Swiuk; Ex'ors of Mary Krcderick, dee'd.
Argument List, May T.
ilobert Huston vs. B, Ash ton Smiley.
Ezra Marvin vs. John J. Fry.
Hule on Administrators of Jacob Sha
wrdoceased. &F.llogcrs vs. Jay Gould &D. W.Lce
use ot S. J. Hollinshead vs. same.
. Hule on Executor of Peter Felletieer,
weeased, and John P. Fellenccr.
Ku-lc on Susannah Shupp, Exccutris of
Frederick Shupp, dee'd.
liule on Bcniamiu Bcpiio".
David W. Lee et. al. vs. Bcni. Hinds.
STEPHEN HOLMES, JR.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SURVEYOR AND CONVEYANCER,
Office Willi S. S. Urclicr, Esq.
N. B. Snecia.1 attention naid to the filing
Pension papers, and the collection of back
Pay, and bounties of soldiers.
Stroudsburg, Oct. 9, 162.
sortmn nftUo rnntrr mnv T,n nfTnrfle.l f-ir?!. CllCSnUtllill loWnslliP, deceased.
r... . i.: .i.- .i... tt, ;-,! Account of Mary Post ens and J
nits ju; L-ik.ii" uiu iuaii, uic iiuuuiiui fT
t. , c 4 . , r . t i Angle, Administrators or James r
Binks, State Uanks, and Private Bankers . a . r . . , ,
' ' life ni Xtrmifl IViwtisnin fli'eenced.
At the Blooming Grove Tannerv. Pike
Co., Pa., a man to ROLL leather the
highest ' wages will bo paid, good refer
ence required a married man with small
to family prefcrcd.
May 11, 1SG0. .
aJJL w JLJLJjllAsi U
Cstroudsburq Bank, May 2, 18G5.
the""'", o Pcf ce,nt- trce ot scs,
rj hi ine oiocknoiuers, on ana alter
e twelfth inst. -
J. II. STROUD, Cashier.
I vjfiftllSft AlSlHMilfsftlte
MONROE COUNTY, SS.
The following nersons Imvn fiW H,;P
petitions for license with the Clerk of the
Court ot Quarter Sessions of Mouroe
County, and the same will be presented
" ",u U.1 lcrm.ot sa,d Uo?rt, to be held
4.il x . . . r -
John W. Yothers,
j' " ,usfiu
Jacob K. Shafcr,
Butz & ,hem0se '
T 1 fT
! Thomas E. Heller,
ijaiuucl 1 ennis
John It. Oustcrhoudt,
Jacob LT. Place
Man assah Miller,
Jacob W. Krcsxc,
Luke W; Godhead,
I ianiei jj
jacoh jj. Stockcr
Benjamin F. Shafer,
Emanuel G. Miller,
Dreher & Brother, Stroudsburg
Jcromc S. Williams,
T. M. McILnANEY, Clerk
Stroudsburg, May 4, lSGo.
XiGfflS iGIS l 0tl06.
7"0TICE is hereby given to all persons
inrnresf orl in i lie ectntoc nf t.be resnen.
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tive decedents, that the following accounts
have been filed in the llcinstcr's office of
Monroe County, and will be presented for
I confirmation'to the Orphans' Court of said
i countv. at Stroudsbarir. on Mondav. the
Account of Andrew J. Detrick, Ad-
ministrator of William Singer, late of
Account of Uiauocy V. Walter and
Walter, late of Stroud Township, dec d.
Final Account of William IJeancy, Ad
ministrator debouia non cum Tcstamento
Rlififo.r. nF f!hns-
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t 1 1 f n 1 J 1
a . r " n i . i . - - i i
Account or J.evi gutter, iiuminisira-1
tor of Michael Mcisncr, laic of Jacksod
ltmal Account ot Hudolph Weiss, Ad-
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trator of Horatio S. Howell, late of Smith
field Townshin, deceased
Account of Charles 1. Miller, Adminis-
f.r.it.or of PhiHD Lessiir. ate of Hamilton
- i cti
Account of Charles
I. Miller, Admin
istrator of Charles Miller, late of Hamil
ton Township, deceased.
Account of Thomas M. Mcllbaney, Ad
ministrator de bonus non of John b. Bis-
bin", late of Pocono Township, deceased.
- JOHN S. FISH EH, llegister.
Register's Office, Stroudsburg,
April 27, 1800. J
United States Hotel,
Cor. 3d aud Spring Garden sts.
E ASTON, PA.
The undersigned, formerly proprietor
of White's Hotel, respectfully informs
the citizens of Northampton and adjoin
in" Counties, that on and after the 1st
dav of April, 1865, he can be found-at the
above named- popttlar Hotol. The house
lms been thoroughly cleansed, re-ntted
and painted, and' now presents, in point of
i i il Z j-
comfort and elegance, ine unest appear
ance of any hotel in the Eastern part of
Pennsylvania. The tables will be sdp
nliod nr. nil times with the choicest the
market affords, and the liquors will be of
the finest, both foreign aud domesuc.
Omuibusses run to and from the hotel,
makihK connections with all the trains.
,Easlou, Pa., March 9th, 18G5.
ministrator ot lienry il Weiss, late oi 0ycr and Terminer and General Jail delive- cine or me application o mo nuC-FMu.
Chesnuthill Township, deceased. rand Court of GeneTaf Quarter Sessions in mS out a mode ot pure at once simple, cer-
Aoommr nf DnvJ.l Kliiintinn. Adminis- .i ti.n rn.,nt nrAfnnm hnn ;c tain , and effectual, by means of which eve-
THE PHCENIX PECTO
WILL CURE YOUR COUGH.
Tlic Pliociiix Pectoral,
a CKDMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHER-
M AND SENEKA SNAKE ROOT,
Will cure the Diseases of the
. Throat and JLuiiss
T . .
Hoarseness, Whooping Cough, &d.
its timely use will MEvfeNT
Am Pvon rl,n,. .r..i j: t. .
tn iTAl ..:V"S:r"u'
.iuiu il win uauru greaier renei man
any o.her medicine.
n iec Kntn Vnn..ln r r. ill-
.,T" " T.Z 'a Z . . u.luVI"e' f151
7j,-..7u- - i l- r
mx 1 ectoralthan any other medicine I cvnr
uuuuiiLiuu uioru DV USinff me Hhn-
pi- rt 1 1. t :,.
couniy, was cured ota couch of manv years'
-tanning oy using tne 1'iia.nix Pectoral
John Rover, editor of the Indencn
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Vhr,,,,:-.. 1. : .1 1 . ? ..
uaviiiu usu 11, nas nonesnation in
prononnc,,,,, it a complete remedy )br cough,
hoarseness and irritation in the throat.
Mrs Mnrv Ttuflnp rrntl.n f TT nr
Butler, President Judge of the Chester and
umivaiu xyisinc4 says mac sue cannot do
" "U.UIA Jl CLIUIill.
Thc proprie.or of .his medicine l,a,
uiucn connuence m us curative nowors. trnm
the testimony of hundreds wlm havl u edT
j v UUVU IV
that the money will be paid back to anv nur
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chaser who is not satisfied with its effects.
It-is so pleasant to take that children crv
It costs only 25 cents, large bottles $1.
It is intended for only one class of diseas
es, namely, those of the throat and lungs.
rrepareu only by
LEVI ODERHOLTZER, M.
Sold by all Drugsists and Storekeepers.
JOHNSTON, HOLLO WAY &COWDEN;
io. XV, JNorth Sixth st., Philadelphia, and
F. C. WELLS, & CO..
No. 115 Franklin st.. New York, wholesale
Sold by Win. Hollinshead, and Dreher &
Brother, Stroudsburg, and by nearly every
Storekeeper in Monroe County.
1. U. it vour nearest storekeeper or
your nearest storekeeper or
druggist docs not keep this medicine do not
let him put you off with some other medicine.
because he makes more money on it, but
send at once to one of the agents for it.
nFB fJwiJSSan ln T
M.llj JtilWLIHUU WWW VmiVl ,
AT THE OLD STAND.
The undersigned, would respectfully
inform his customers rind f.he nnhlie ron.
erally, that in addition to his former stock
he will now keep for sale a general assort
ment of seasonable
DRY GOODS, YANKEE NOTIONS, &c,
which he will offer as low as the market
can possibly afford. His goods will always
be selected with a view to give his custom
ers their money's worth, and will comprize
Ladies' and Gentleman's dress goods,
in great variety, Shirtings. Sheetings, &c.,
t T) i ta i ' '
&o. Persons desiring to purchase
BOOTS & SHOES,
or, indeed, anything purchasable in a
country Store, will best study their mtcr-
csts by calling and examining my
before purchasing elsewhere.
i it i
It is not the intention of the under
signed to make a blow about low prices,
but bclieviug that "the proof of the pud
ding is the eating of it," he cordially in
vites a call from the public. Goods
OttOTmiil P. TTF,TM
Stroudsburg, April 13, 18G5.
Whereas, the Hon. Georoe R. Barrett,
President Jude of the 22d Judicial Diatrictof
&ucn as Isolds, Coughs, Croup, AsthmaA1 UeJuancs, Amoors, Coatings, Calicoes,
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Sore Throat, and all kinds of Ladies Dress Trimmings,'!
of the Medical Department of the Univer- Stables attached to the Indi.m Oneen TTn.Lw;i.i : f fJii s E A.M.,' and Marfnnka. ftiunt nn thi. nrril.r
. rj , . .1. . -v 1 umoiuil., 19 Hill UI UIU 1U.1JU. U1IU 111 VIV'V I' - . m ' . . . .
ot Pennsylvania, at winch institution ho f el wborn 1m ;a nMo c. .i t -u pjjL:.v.Jof the Tram whlrli inmno Ph,in-iik;
in 154. Lr owl- nf : : H.f a:.j .i fKensinsrton Dcoort at 7.15 A. nr. a
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nr n;i. t t n i it
v niTr.n i'i i.'ii iinnntn nnfi .nrnnn n nn nn
1am jf rV2, a"a. ie.?m
. t f? f M . . ...
I" ll'.IN III l.lll- 1 J1II1I1I.V If! "YI lill I IIC IL 1 1 II U V I I " I
f . offi 'Justceg f , Court a
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sued ineir precepi 10 me commanuing uiai
a Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace and
Uommon rieafe, anu ourt oi uyer ana ier-
miner anu General an Jjenvery ana ur
phan's Court, for the said Couniy of Monroe,
to be holden at Stroudsburg, on the 22d day
of May, 1805, 16 continue one" week if
Is hereby given to the Cononer, the Justifies
of the Peace, and Constables of the said coun
ty of Monroe, that they be then and there
ready with their rolls, records, inquisitions,1
examinations and olner remembrances 10 uo
those things which their offices are appertai
ning, and also that those who are bound by
recognizances to prosecute and give evidence
against the prisoners that are or shall be in
the jail of the said county of Monroe, or a
gainst persons who stand charged with the
commission of offences to bo then and there
to prosecute or testify as shall be just.
L1NFORD MARSH, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office Stroudsburg,
April 27, 1865.
Notice is hereby given' that the account
of Simon Labar, Assignee of Frederick
P. Miller, of Tobyhanna township, has
been filed in the office of the l'rothonota-
rv of the Court ot Common Pleas ot Mon
:roc County, and, will be presented" for
confirmation and allowance at the next
term of said Court, to be held at Strouds
burg, on Monday, May 22, 18G5, of which
all persons interested wil laKo nonce.
T. M. McILIIANEY, Proth'y-
DnnniMirnnin im nnend nf Inn rrn ntino nfl1' lD
- j NEW STORE,
The subcribcr would inform the Dublic
ana nis oiu customers, that he has taken
the Store Room formerly occupied by
George II. Miller. Esg.j in Stroudsbur"
His slodk is- composed of entirely New
uooqs, Jam id at reduced nrices. and bn
wiirSell them at small profits".
He has on hand a complete assortment
otDKX UOODS, Cloths, Cassimcrcs,
Satinets, and. a full line of LADIES
Vlihbb UUODS Muslin DeLancs. Shah
and Yankc Notions.- .
ALSOA ood assortment of (3-71.0.
CERIES, such as Coffee. Sucar. Molas
SOS. and JSurnns ' Vn nnrl
7 1 . ' (
Poc . "In TJi ...side of the Allegheny River, in Rockland
mc a uuii, uuu acu iuu
goods and prices.
TJ.. J Ti jni i nni
. V -uu ggn, ana an Kinas or uoun-
IITV l'mflllfr tnL-AninArnl.nnnA( r-nnrlo
' ' -"..c6 .u! gwua.
n. Tt upnnnvf-n
v. jfcv -
cnuuu.uurg. may 11, lOOO
I WAmhI 1 HT Tl Tr
New Liyery Stable.
l.o undors.gncd would respectfully in-
form the citizens of Stroudsburg, and the
rill rno nuiniro naikIo ui . w
Jc HorSCS, CamagCS, Bwg-
ffleSi alfiIo"im. A:..
I, J ...
mu uiuuqiuuui utu oi
these articles. His horses were selected
l ..l . r . . . .
wiui a view to tne livery business, and
can be recommended as kind aud gentle,
yet willing and free. His vehicles, with
their appointments, are of the first order,
and his Prices so reasonnble ., tn o;t
I in nnnl-nto nf o nf..lJ
r " -
inodatinff Drivers and OsM will BwnOT
bo read to attoud to the isnes of c
tomers, ana He leeJs confident that he can
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fri rv enr Tci-inrinn t o 1 1 m m i .. I . . .... .... 1 1,
heir patronage. He invites the public
tu CAUimue ms SlOCK OCIOie maKing CD-
Stroudsburg, Jan. 2G, 1865.
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-aUlUUUSf I'lltCl 5 OtUC.
I'Jstate of JVELSOiY COOKE, late oj
the Borough of Stroiuhhurg, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that letters of
administration upon the above named Es-
UVUU S 10 u unuersigneu ,
L - ll. 1 ". 1 I
oy te register ot iUonrce County, m due
lorm oUaw ; tlierctore, all persons indebt-
ed to said Estate are requcste'd to make
immediate payment, and those having any
iust claims are also vomiosred tn nrnsent.
rtiem Wolk- niiflienflnnto fnv coftln.r,nnf
to DAVIS D. WALTON,
Stroudsburg, Feb. 1, 18G5. 6t.
THE NINTH NATIONAL BANK,
Or TIIE CITY OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL, 1,000,000, PAID IW,
FISCAL AGENT of the V. STATES,
And Special Agent for Jay Cooke, Sub
by express, in all parts of the country, and
inpayment .Checks on New York,
Will deliver 7-30 Notes, Free of charge,
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.
J. T. HILL, Cashier.
March 2, 1805. 3m.
Manhood: how Lost, hew Restored
Just published, a new edition of
Dr. Ciilvcrwfill's Celebra
ted Essay on the radical cure
(without medicine) of Spermator
rhoea, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary
Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and
Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mar
riage, etc.; also Con-sumption, Epilepsy,
and Fits; induced by self-indulgence or sex
Ov?- Price, in a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated author in this admiable es-
sav rlnarlv demonstrates, from a thirlv vears'
.uW.,1 nractice. tha the alarming con-
sequence of self-abuse may be radically cured
without the dangerous use ot internal medi-
rv Piiftnrnr. no matter his condition mav be.
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maycure himself cheaply, privately, and
ID3 This Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain- envelope, to
any address, jost-paid, on receipt of six
cents, or two post stamps. Aduress tne pub
lishers. CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
ioy Rmviirv. Wew York. Post of
fice box 4580.
65 Northampton Street j
CLOTHING MDE BETTER!
THAW ANY OTHER VI, ACE IN
EASTON ! !
Under the supervision of a
NEW YORK CtJTTfi'R.
Who Never Fails to Please.
P. F. EILENBERGrER.
March 9, 1865. 6m.
For sale ut; this Olfre
w. A&J U.ll- I ww..w...a T . ViiUV 111. UU1I ULLU tlU I I I I J . r, n ,.tnn 1 1 . r A.. MnA I .U1UII J.1U111 1V 1 1 1 1. 1 1 lt;.LVITM . t" ' V F (IT L n . M I M I
PROSPECTUS OF TIIE
JACKSON OIL COMPANY,!
Divided into 80,000 Sh'a'res at $5 per share
SUBSCRIPTION miCE 2 PER SHARE.
With a reserved Working capital o $50,000
E. W. DAVIS, President.
L. W. BRODHEAD, Sec. & Trcas.
E. W. Davis. Thos. M. McIlhankv.
I T. '
jas. jVL Sellers, Geo. E., Painter,
Geo- s- Jones, A Reeves Jackson,
I L. W. Brodhead.
- . ln,s pany owns in fee simple seven-
w.u wiruoicnuis acres UI1 uiu luaat
I tlT-Cnitnn nn.l tl il . I. I.1 .
(.,lin.i,; -r t i
Franklin, opposite the mouth of the West
I "' mw uviuiy mu wnuui
cs.l.. o iZ.ii. -
oanuy vruuK, uuu nas a irontaffe ot rods
L .ui t. .... . ... .
uh uiu iivlt. iis out a snort distance
low the celebrated Hoover well which is
yielding 20Q Jbat'fefe of oil daily. Other
yielding wells surround it in every direction.
una wnnin me nast lew wcpks two nnw
wells have been struck in the immediate
n;l,i,--i,---i r...i.:-u :
at me well 30
will enriMn Hip nnmmnv nnt nnlv tn annnlv
uui UU1ICI. I
its own wants in that respect, but to derive vilh Trai"s,on lhe Lackawanna & Blooms
an income from its sale to others. bur,? and Delaware & IIud,spn,I?ailfoads,- and.
of oTiraM comwnici all in Toe-
The ad oininff properties are in the hands
wr , , . , , .
Ui0Pe"U,n: al ?.eS. thLa "
u VUIIIIJUJIV HilB CLU11UII UUL WILII IlULLeri
This Cnmnnnv In fend ,11; iT.mrlnn,l
without the least delay, and for this purpose
have arranrrn,! fnr the nncwwirv enT.W
I o J "0."
tnn a li ni Xrf. n I nf r . i. m l U nll)
upon the crround and in operation as soon as
x" lu "'h .
nanv also nrnnnse tn Tense tnrpsnnriBiWo nnr.
i t j i 1 .wUt.w..w.w.w ".
10 lquare rods each, at a rent of one half
the oil. the. Cnmnanv tn Lr at
wnaicvcr. mey win nave at lease nny
: . : . .
ui uiicu ii uuuuiuu ctpuuimu, wiui covuiiams
A. .4.- -J . .1 .!.. 4
Dinumg lessees 10 sins wens wim an possi-
ble despatch to the depth of five hundred or
more feet. Estimation-, onlv one well to
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eacn tot, nuy wens, at tne very moueratc
average of ten barrels each, would make a I
daily product ot 50U barrels. Of this the
Company's share would be 250 barrels,
Value of daily yield to the Company at
w per Barrel, $7,ZOO.
Allowing 250 working days to the year, the
Company's annual net receipts from leases
alone would be $1,875,000.
The.Company also intend sinking on their
own account, at least five wells. Should
they be successful with only one, it would
Produce, estimating as above, a yearly
From which deduct for expenses
(a large estimate)
And it leaves an annual net income of 60,000
To which add income from leases 1,875,000
-rt.i 1 i C1 nor nnn
iuuKing a yearly lucomu oi ?i.,uot7jUUU
This is thought by those who are acquaint
ed with this locality, to be a moderate esti
mate, and yet it is easy to see that even this
amount of success would make the property
of the Company in value, almost surpass be
lief. 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 Few Plain Words to SunscAincns'.
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. Hut the
basis on which the Company rests, will, it is
believed, make the investment entirely safe,
and, prospectively, of enormous value.
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 the respectability aud
integrity of the other officers and Directors
of the Company, furnish a sufficient guaran
ty that their conduct ot 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 $2 per share, par
val ue 85, the same being 'full paid up stock,
.... 0 . t
not liable to any lurtlier assessment, m wmcn
respects the original subscriber's,-arj'd jtlipse
who may now subscribe,- stand on precisely
the same footing ,
Subscriptions will be received at the" office
of the Company, 224 South Fourth st., Phil
adelphia, or at tlie office of the undersigned.
A. KEISVES JACKSOJN
Stroudsburg,- Feb. 16, 1865.
Estate of GEO. G. RAN'SBERRY,
late oj Stroud toxensmp, deceased.
letters of administration in the above
named estate, late of tho towrMtiT of
Stroud, Mouroo County, deceased, hav
ing been granted to the undersigned, all
persons indebted to said estate will make
immediate paymcht, and thoso having
claims against the same, will present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
Wm. FINDLEY BUSH, Ad,OT.
C. E. DUB.FEE. j" A1 OTS-
Strotfd tsp., Dec. 1, 1864. 6t.
The rmblio are hereby cautioned a-
gainst purchasing a due bill for Twenty
Dollars, given by mo to ) acoo J . a rcy.
Having received no value tneretore, am
determined not to pay it uuless compelled
Stroudsburg, Dec. 24, 1864
Families i and Hotels supplied with Oys
ters, fresh from the City, every day, at
E. A. SOHOCTI.
Delaware, Lackawanna & Waster
Running Time of Passenger
Oct. 12, 1864.
leave nortu-waiid f leave southward."
P. M. -
P. M. P. M. I
I Great Bend,
J New Milford,
i Oakland. .
NNcw ilainpton. J
'Change for riiil. P.
The Pa.ssciigcrT.rain rVorthward
Leaves New Hampton on the arrival ofthe,'
Scranton this Train makes close connections
Z"11 WJ.U1 lP? ua l ran on tho
Tlic SScnScr Train SoHlhvard3
leaves Ureat JJend after the arrival of the
Cincinnati Express from tthe Wesj,f.corinec-
lin al wanton with Trains on thpLacka-f
, nu jjioomsourg and Delaware ntfjl
"""son itauroads ; at Manunka Chunk with
,u r ni.:i jii.: i ivr tt
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wu" rd.' ' b ,or iorK ine "smgn.
delphia at" 6.30.'ard in Harrisbur ek" 8 2f
uc,ry'a Ufc ui.u in iiurriaourg El o.il
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The Accoaiiodatfoii Train .
Northward connects ot Great Bend with trm
n.-,v V.rmi rrninrr wnct t,
U1111& ui imuba uuu kjynicuse ine same
Southward, leaves Great Tlml ffor iU
arrival of the New Yqrk Express crc-ino- East,
rwr a"ii n, 9 ., -.-j-
JiIt i awsHgui .j. iuius uu me xine
Railway stop at Great Bend.
WATTS COOKE, Superintendent.
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