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Governor Pierpont in Eichmond.
frovcrnor Pierpont arrived at Rich
inond on Friday, and was cordially receiv
ed bv the citizens. The procession, coin-
posed or military ana civiu uuuiw, utu
former under command ol Colonel liooims
and the civic societies under R. W. Lath
am, met the Governor at the wharf and
escorted him to the gubernatorial mansion
Addresses were madc, pledging the co
operation of the citizens by means for the
regeneration ot tnc btatc and to support
Governor Pierpont a administration
Are you sick, feeble anil complaining!
jVre you out of order with your system de
ranged and your feelings uncomfortable
These symptoms nre often the prelude to se
rious illness, feomc lit of sickness is creep
ing upon you, and should be averted by i
tjmely use of the right remedy. Take Ayer's
Pills, and cleanse out the disordered humors
purify the blood, and let the fluids move on
unobstructed in health again, Ihey stitnu
laic me junctions ot tnc body into vigorous
.nctif ityi purify the system from the obstruc
tions which makes dideasc. A cold Fettles
somewhere in the bodv, and deranges its nat
oral-functions. "These, if not relict ed, react
upon themselves and the surrounding organs
-producing general aggravations, Euiicrmg
and derangement. While in this condition,
take Oyer's Pills, and eco how directly they
restore the natural action of the system, and
with it the buoyant feeling of health
again. What is true and so apparent in
this trivial and common complaint is also
true in many of the deep seated and danger
011s distempers. The same purgative effect
expels them. Caused by similar obstructions
and derangements of the natural functions
of the bodv, they are rapidly and many of
them surely cured by the same means. None
who know the virtue of these Pills will ne
glect to employ them when suffering from
th disorders they cure, such as Headache,
Foul Stomach, Dysentery, Bilious Complaint
Indigestion, Derangement of the Liver, Cos
tivcness, Constipation, Heartburn, Kheums
iiiin, Drop?)', Worms and Suppression, when
uken in large doses.
They ore Sugar Coated, so lhat the most
fcnrilive can take them estily, ami they are
urely the best purg.-.ihc medicine yet dis
For the q)ccdy and cerium Cure of In
termit lad Fever, or Chills aud Fever,
Remittent. Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Headache or Dillious
ilcaJuehc, and Billions Fevers, indeed
for the icholc class of diseases or ig in a
ting in biliary derangement, caused by
the JIaluria. of miasmatic countries.
This remedy has rarely failed to cure the
severest cases of Chills and Fever, and it has
this great advantage over other medicines,
that it subdues the complaint uit.hout injury
to the patient. It contains no quinine or oth
er deleterious substance, nor does it produce
quinism or an' injurious effect whatever.
Shaking brothers of the army and the west,
trr it and vou
will endorse these assertions.
Prepared by J. C Ayre & ca, Lowell,
;iass., ana soiu uy 111. iioiiintueau, jwiuijcr
& Brother, in Stroudsburg, and by dealers
111 medicine evewnere.
August 1, lS64.-lycc2m.
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
0? AN INVALID.
Published for the benefit, 71ml as a CAU
TION TO YOUNG 3JEN and others, who
puffer from Nervous Debility, Premature
Decay of Manhood, &c., supplying at the
8sme time The Means of Self-Cure. By
one who has cured himself after undergoing
considerable quackerv. By enclosing a post-
piid addressed envelope single copies may
be had of the author.
NATHANIEL ?.I AYFAIR, Esq.,
Brooklyn, Kings Co., 2C Y.
June 2, 13G-L ly.
FOR SALE WIMP,
Tiie subscriber ofit-rs for sale, his valuable
lot of Land, sifua'c half a mile of the Bor
ough of Stroudsburg, containing
ofbwutifui fiat land, in a high state of cul-
tivation, v.ith good . p!7S
upon it, and all kinds
grafted rltUIT. and a never failing spring
ol water near the door
Tlk.ms One half of the -purchase money
to be paid at the time of the execution qf
the deed, and the other secured upon the
Persons desirinr to view the property will
please call upon the subscriber, who resides
June 1, 1SG5.
- 1 -l : 4l, Cf"l.VinlJ
-xuiice is nereuy L,rru tu i-'"" 1
acrs ot tlic fctrouusuurg ivauh., wiau a
meeting wilt beheld on JLuesuay,uieutu
a r'r ip t.n l.nHi-e nf
uav ui Jans icut), uenvcuii uic '""" 1
June 1, 1SG5
THE HIGHEST PRICE FCR WOOL.
m Cash, bv
JOHN N. STOKES.
Siroudsburg, June 3, 18G5.
toiatcof JESSEE SL UTTER, late
Lettm-s nf ndministralion in the above
ncff into nf flip, townshio of
Stroud. Monroe County, deceased, havin
Been granted to the undersigned, all per
sons indebted to said estate witt make im
mediate payment, and those having claims
fcgaiust the same, will present them duly
authenticated for settlement.
Ptroud Tspv May 25,1865. -
Stroudsburg Bank, May 2, 1865.
The Directors have this day declared a
dividend of Five per cent, free of taxes,
Rft-holders. on and after
ihe twelfth inst. '
J.-H. STROUD, Cashier.
of the lesMsm
10 aud I9 o'clock A. 31.. at said iiank-, CLOiMS.UASbihiiliJliljSAiii VA&xmuro. nas iieeu uiuruugiujr tiu., - 0i we tompiny, uui u-
to decide'whether this Bank shall be eon- all of 11 be sold at the lowest and painted and now presents, m poiqt of Bhould be in the hands adolphla. or at ggVjACTSOJ,,er
verted into a National Banking Associa- ratcs. comfort and elegance the finest appear- "" e?ery man in lhe iand. uWrS AiSmt
tion, under the laws of the United States. X can offer customers first-rate bargains, ance of any hotel iu the Eastern part ot gent -undcr 6CaIf in a piain envelope, to d b Fel) 16 186j b
By order of the Directors, as g00(3s hove advanced since my fine Pennsylvania, lhe tables will bo sup. ad(resSf post.pnij, on receipt of six 2!
t t t oTT3i7TTi p.,ciov . ? 1 1 oii a n.mr.n nliedat all times with the choicest tiie .'a nr f wo nrst stamns. Address the pub- r-4 I ..r... 7Vtrtf;..rt
U. S. 7-30 Loan.
By authority of the Secretary of the Trea
sury, the undersigned, the General Subscrip
tion Agent for the sale of United States Se
curitics, offers to the public the third series
of Treasury Notes, bearing seven arid three
tenths per cent, interest per annum, known
Those notes are issued under date of July
15, 1805, and are payable three years froa
that date in currency, or arc convertible at
the option of the holder into
U.S. 5-S 25 per ccsit
These bonds arc now worth a handsome
premium, and are exempt, as are all the
Government Bonds, rwi Slate, County,and
Municipal taxation, which adds from one
to three pier cent, per annum to their value,
acco.ding to the rate levied upon the other
property. The interest is payable semi-an
nually by coupons attached to each note,
which may be cut off and sold to any bank
The interest at 7-30 per cent, amounts to
One cent per day on
Two cents " "
Ten ' '
1 i ( i ii
Notes of all the denominations named will
be promptly furnished, upon' receipt of sub
The Notes of this Third Series arc pre
cisely similar in form and privilege to the
Seven-Thirties already sold, except that the
government reserves to itsclt the option of
paying interest in gold coin at G per cent.
instead of 7 3-10ths in currency.
bers will deduct the interest in currency up
to July loth, at the time when they subscribe.
The delivery of the notes of this third sc
ries of the Seven-thirties will commence on
the 1st of June, and will be made promptly
and continuously alter that date.
The slight change made in the condition
of this THIRD SERIES affects only the
matter of . the interest. The payment in
gold, if made, will be equivalent to currency
interest of the higher rate.
The return to specie payments, in the e-
vent of which only will the option to pay in
terest in Gold be availed of, would so reduce
and equalize prices that purchases made with
six per cent in gold would be fully equal to
Ul(jse ma(c with sevcn and tiiree.tenths per
cent in currency. I his is
The Only LoaninMarket j
Now offered by thc-Governmrr.t, and ita su
perior advantages make it the
Great Popular Loan of the People.
Less than $230,000,000 of the Loan au-
thorized by the last Congress arc now on
tlm market. This amount, at the rate at
which it is being absi
orbed will be subscribed
hs, when the notes will
for within two months,
unaubtedly command a premium, as has u-
niformlv been the case on closing the
scriptions to other .Loans.
In order that citizens of every town and
section of the country may be afforded facil
ities for tiklng the loan, the National
Banks. Srale Banks, and Private Bankers
throughout the countrv have generally a-
n-rnol !n rn(o!vo en ti:r. rint.lf ins at nar. Sub-
scribers will select their own agents, in
whom they have confidence, and who only
are to be responsible for the delivery of the
notes for which thev receive orders.
Subscription Agent, Philadelphia.
Subscriptions will be received by the
Stroudsburg Bank, and the
First National Bank of ScrantoifP.a. '
May 25, 1805.
M. M. Buknett, has returned
the -City with a large stock ot
hni? ji snlenuid assortment ot
my stocic. oiore on mhuuuviu.
door to the M. E. Church.
1 Ol 1. r.-
Stroudsburg, May I8G0.
Near the Stroudsburg Depot, on Monday,
May first, a package of money, which the
owner can have by proving property, and
paying charges, by calling on
Vy 0 JEROME FllANTZ,
at Oakland, Monroe County, Pa.
One Hundred Dollars reward, will be
naid bv me for the arrest, and delivery
rn t ha nroner autnonues, ui aawu
BUNNELL, who was accessary to the
KiirnhifT of mv Barn, on the Utli inst.
Said Bunnell is six feet in height, and of t
1 JACOB KLINEHANS
Blooming Grove, Pike' Co May 15; 18'tf5.
Coal! Goal ! I
A lot of Lump, Stove and Chcsnut
Coal for sale, at reduced prices,
I May 10, xoou.
THE PHCENIX PECTO
WILL CURE YOUR COUGH.
The . Phoenix Pectoral,
COMPOUND SYRUP OP WILD CHER
RY AND SENEKA SNAKE ROOT,
Will cure the Diseases of the
Throat and filings,
Such as Colds, Coughs, Croup, Asthma,
JSronclulis, Catarrh, Sore Throat,
Hoarseness, WWiooping Cough, &c.
ITS TIMELY USE WILL PREVENT
And even where this fearful disease has ta
ken hold it will afford greater relief than
any oilier medicine.
M iss Kate Vanderslice of Pottsville, says:
'I was benefitted more by using the Phoz-
nix Pectoral than any other medicine I ever
Elms Oberlroltzer, of Lionville, Chester
county, was cured of a cough of many years'
standing by using the Phoenix Pectoral.
John Koyer, editor ot the Independent
Phmnix, having used it, has no hesitation in
pronouncing it a complete remedy for cough,
hoarseness and irritation in the throat.
Dr. Oberholtzer is a member of the Alum
ni of the Medical Department of the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, at which institution he
graduated in 1854.
Mrs. Mary Butler, mother of Hon. Wm.
Butler, President Judge of the Chester and
Delaware District, says that she cannot do
without the Phcenix Pectoral.
The proprietor of this medicine has so
much confidence in its curative powers, from
the testimony of hundreds who have used it,
that the moner will be paid back to any pur
chaser who is not satisfied with its effects.
It is so pleasant to take that children cry
It costs only 25 cents, large bottles $1.
It is intended for only one class of diseas
es, namclv, tnose ot the throat andlunsrs.
Prepared only by
LEVI ODERIIOLTZER, M. D.,
Sold by all Druggists and Storekeepers.
OIINSTON, HOLLO WAY & CO WDEN,
No. 23, North Sixth St., Philadelphia, and
F. C. WELLS, & CO.-,
No. 115 Franklin st., New York, wholesale
Sold by Wm. Hollinshead, and Dreher &
Brother, Stroudsburg, and by nearly every
Storekeeper in Monroe County.
N. B. If your nearest storekeeper or
druggist does nbt 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
ion Ge'ae Under.
AT THE OLD STAND.
The undersigned, would respectfully
inform his customers and the public gen-
eraiiv, tnat 111 addition to nisiormer scock
he will new keep for sale a general assort
men t of seasonable
DRY GOODS, YANKEE NOTIONS, &c,
Lvaich he will offer as low as the market
can possibly afford. His goods will always
be selected with a view to give nis custom
ers their money's worth, and will comprize
Ladies' and Gentleman's dress goods,
iVc. Persons desiring to purchaso
indeed, anvthinsr purchasable in a
country Store, will best study their inter-
ests bv callimr and examining my stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
it is not the inteution ot uic unaer-
GEORGE P. HEDI.
Stroudsburg, April 13, 1865
I United States Hotel,
or. 3d and Spring Garden sis
The undersigned, formerly proprietor
o Wl:(jc tt,i rpanporfnllv informs
01 vmtub xxuiui,
tlfe citizens of Northampton and adjoin-
mg Counties, tnas on ana auer tuu xt
.. .1 1 P.
uay 01 ipru, xouu, u um uu iuuuu nv.
above named popular llotej. The house
market affords, and the liquors will hi
tlm finest, both foreign and domestic.
Omnibus'ses run to and trom tue noiei,
. 1 .1 . r .lit
1 . . L. ... I j-1m All lUr ffoina
Easton, Pa., March 9th, 18G5.-
At. the Bloomiug Grove lannery, Tike
Cn.. Pa., a man to llOLt LEATHER the
Ijio-hesfc wanes will be paui, gooa reicr-
price reauired a married man with small
May 11, 18G6.
STEPHEN HOLMES, JR.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SURVEYOR AND CONVEYANCER,
Office Willi S. S. Drchcr, Esq
nt Tt Rnor.i.al attention naid to the filing
of Pension papers, aifd the collection of back
nav. and bounues 01 soiumro.
. . . nr
Siroudsburg, ucu y, xou.
For Sale af? this Offiod.
sicned to make a blow about low prices, JfanliOOd: ioW LosJ. hOW Restored, basis on which the Company rest?, will,' if is
flmfc "Mm nrnof of the nud- ..... -I believed, make the investment entirely safe,
.1: " r;.! ' r;f h rrH.llv i. .JustPu.b,,shcU' .nowMlon 01 and. nrosnectiVelv. of enormous value.
u'"o 13 o Ui "t "X,: ;.J 7 JmSPfl9V Ciilvcrwcirs cciconi- -pnl w w Davis formerly
rites .call from the pubho. Goods OH ,c1 E,m thc radical cure f Sr S .bl2SS
ohcoriully exhibited. ssif (willioot mcaicino of Speumatou- ?' t"'J .'i. ' ' fc. pi,' ,,
The subcriber would iuforni the public
and his old customers, that he has taken
the Store Room formerly occupied by
n tr tw:ii t.t. oi. . t 1
vjuuigu jli. -luium. xjmj., iu oirouasDUig
His stock is composed of entirely New
Goods, laid in at reduced prices, and lie
will sell them at small profits.
He has on hand a complete assortment
of DRY GOODS, Cloths, Cassimcrcs,
Satinets, and a full line of LADIES
DRESS GOODS-Musliu DeLanes, Shal-
la DeLanes, Amoors, Coatings, Calicoes,
and all kinds of Ladies Dress Trimmings,
and Yanke Notions.
ALSO A good assortment of GRO
CERIES, such as Coffee, Sugar, Molas
ses, and Syrups, Tea and llice.
Please give me a call, and see the
rrnnrTo on rl niMnnc?
guuud uuu ;iibMi
Butter aud Eggs, and all kinds of Coun
try Produce, taken in exchange for goods.
. , . . C. D. BRODHEAD.
Stroudsburg, May 11, 1865.
New Lively Stable.
Th'c undersigned would respectfully in
form the citizens of Stroudsburg, and the
public gcneally, that he now occupies the
Stables attached to the Indian Queen Ho
tel, where ho is prepared, with a superi
or stock of
fe? Horses, Carriages, Bng-
gies, Sleighs, &c,
to accommodate all whoso business, or
pleasure, requires the occasional use of
these articles. His horses were selected
with a view to the Livery business, aud
can be recommended as kind and gentle,
yet willing and free, nis vehicles, with
their appointments, are ot the first order,
and his prices so reasonable as to suit
the pockets of all. Careful and accom
modating Drivers and Ostlers will always
be ready to atteud to the wishes of cus
tomers, and he feels coufident that he can
give satisfactiou to all who favor him with
their patronage. He invites the public
to examine his stock before .making en
J. E. W. MILLER, Proprietor.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 26, 1865.
Estate of JTELSOJT COOXE, late oj
flic Borough of stroudsburg, deceased.
Notice 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 ;thevefore, all persons indebt-
cd to said Estate arc requested to make
immediate payment, and those having any
iust claims are also requested to present
- . 1
them legally authenticated for settlement
to DAVIS D. WALTON,
Stroudsburg, Feb. 1, 1865. Ct.
THE NINTH NATIONAL BANK,
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL, 1,000,000, PAID IN,
FISCAL AGENT of the IT. STATES,
And Special Agent for Jay Cooke, Sub-
wiuaeuvcr -ou ioies9 i'tzc vj uuficf
n . r ,1 4
hv cxmcss. m all narts of the countrv, and
Vr-u-i. tvt. VL-
receive in uaYiuuui uiicum uu xui
navmcnt onecKs on now xoriv,
.-.1 1 i t 1 t . 1 'll J
Philadelphia, and Boston curren t W Is and
all five per cent interest ith intoi-
est 10 date of Subscription. Orders Sent by
man win uv uiuuiuut uncu. i
. ....ii L . .Hm n.i.. Till 1 1
This Bank receives the accounts of Banks
and Bankers on favorable terms; also of in
dividuals keeping New York accounts.
J. U. OllVIS, President.
J. T. HILL, Cashier.
March 2, 1865. 3m.
rihka, or aemmai y caKue, iuvu.uui.aij
x . , .tr , - t 1.
Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental ana
and Fits; induced by self-indulgence or sex
03- Price, m a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated author in this admiable cs-
V , J r moi
without the dangerous use 01 iniernai iuui-
j r the application of the knile point-
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In oul a moue oi cure ac once
Laiu , auu witnuui, .,.v.u.. w. - -
ry sufferer, no matter his condition may De,
RITAS. J. C. KL1NI5 & UU..
v. Sew Yorki Post of-
fie'e box 4586.
June 16, 1864,-riy.
great t .
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CLOTHING MADE BETTER!
fiffn rifvAbn T
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Til AH AW'Y OTHER PLAfB mu
EATOI ! !
Under the supervision of a
NEW YORK CUTTER:
Who Never Fails' to Please-. .
P. F. EILENBEBCrER.
March 9, 1865. 6ni.
For sale at this Office
Di..rc.;nol Inrnrwiitv I mnprl imonLs to JVlar-l . . . if. i.
1UJDU"" -y, x 1 intpcrity ot.theother omcers
riaire. etc.: also Con-sumption, Epilepsy, '"V.K r.,v;ci, n ,
. II . . 4 L . I it m I
w.w-..j , - . . . lv a limucu amount ui iuu ajjuui wi. excellent uaitum, nnu
successlul practice, mai ine aiarm mg ""I tjie subscription price of 2 per share, par the whoie 0f the'eontents of
rnn.,nm.a nfco r.nhnsn mn v hn riiiiica (T cured . K . c.w :.i .... t. . . -
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PROSPECTUS OF THE
JACKSON OIL COMPANY,
Divided into 80,000 Shares at $5 per share
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2 PER SHARE.
'With a reserved Working capital of $50,000
E. W. DAVIS, President.
L, W. BRODHEAD, Sec. & Trcas.
E. W. Davis, Thos. M. McIlhaxy,
J as. M.-Sellers, " (jeo. h. Painter,
Geo. S. Jones, A. Keeves Jackson,
L. W. Brodiiead.
This Company owns in fee simple seven
ty-seveir and three-tenths acres on the East
side of the Allegheny River, in llockland
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 the river. It is but a short distance be
low the celebrated Hoover well which is
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
ly 30 barrels of heavy lubricating oil worth
at the well d0 per barrel.
A fine vien of Bituminous coal, easily ac
cessible, 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
of good and prosperous companies, all in suc
cessful operation, and it is believed that no
oil company has started out with better
prospects for paying large and regular month
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 l,e tr " for Ph.ladelph.a, and at New Hamp
upon the ground and in operation as soon as 'th trams for 'New York, the Lehigh
the season will permit. "rwborgr, &c. Passengers by this.
In addition to their own wells, the Uom-
pany also propose to 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 he at no expense
whatever. They will have at Jeast fifty
such lots to lease, all ot which can be leased
at once if deemed expedient, with covenants
LlnJinir lntrcnnc tr oinlr wplls Wit h nil TlOSSl-
uiuuiiiy n.-i.s ....v .. r
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 of ten barrels each, would make a
dailt nroduct of 500 barrels. Of this the
Company's share would be 250 barrels.
Value of daily yield to the Company at
30 per Barrel, $7,500.
Allowing 250 working days to the year, the
Company's annual net receipts from leases
alone would be $1,875,000.
The Uompany also mienu smumg on ineirr
own account, at leabi uv wens. ouuum
Ua.. V- -v Pii.nncc'tii .iTiT i rtnir 1 i ir iunii 11
luJ "Ufcir'.' -. -
Producet' estimating as above, a yearly in-
,uznu .io,i.,f avnDn.a.
(a large estimate) lo,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 l,93u,000
This is thought by those who are acquaint-
ed with this locality, to be a moderate esti-
mnf nnil vnt if to ro err ir coo tlint OUOn tllll3 I
uiw, am;u v. w...
, j 4 .
. n..AMrn ti1 A mnlrt flirt nrnnort I
ri."r ; nim.ct cMmn hn-
Ul tlJU VJUUI 'ally III tu.ius ujuiwjm uw wv- 1
1 J 1
m. . 1:1:... r.i.: : j:.tn;i M;nn
Iie Uuraulllty Ul lino iuiuibuiuu; uii o'-vhuii
, d b hQ &ct that weHs aboyc an
J been . over
I J without
A Few PlaLn Words to Subscribers.
Subscribers to the stock of this Company
' . . . , i;,j i-
mnnthlv dividends: ifthev were able to do
uii.u. M'-"- J o
so they could net purchase it lor ten limes
the amount at which it is offered. But the
1 US OUU Ul Hi" must. cutLtMiui v - . - w.j, - .. -
. . cnae(i in the ne-
, , resnectabilitv a ud
ty that their conduct or uw uuic
Ld annroval of all who may
. rt :ii 1. a nniit pi in - inn
invest in the enterprise.
The Directors have determined to sell on-
value tuesame uemg iuu pam uu
ntnnnv ,irt inrBIISmnnt .i n which
n;;;nni mWrihers. and those
iu- v.. ,
who may now subscribe, stand on precisely
, camp footinrr.
Subscr;ptionswill be received at the office
Estate of GEO. U. KAJS iSJStiltiti
late oj Stroud township, deceased.
Letters of administration in the above
named estate, lafo of the townsnip 01
Stroud, Monroe' County, deceased-, hav
ing been granted to the undersigned, all
persons indebted to said estate will make
immo.di.ito mvment, and those having
claims against tnc samu, wm piua-juu
uiy authenticated for 'settlement:'.
Stroud tap., Dec. 1, 1864. 6t
I .- ;
ul)lio aro hereby cautioned, a-
Lrninafc miVchasimr a duo bill for lwenty
-.5.--... :r.- rnnu j l?rf,
fjJollars, given uy wuluu .
rjavjnfr reccivcd no value thcrptore, 1 am
0160 not to' pay it unless" cotiipellcd
I Stroudsburg, Dec. 24, lbb4.
Families and Hotels supplied with Oys-
i tors, fresh from, the City, every day, at
reasonable prices nr,n
JB. A. ounwuu.
Delaware, Lackawanna & Wbsteft
sunning lime of Passenger Train
Oct. 12, 1864.
kEAVE NORTHWABD. j LEAVE SOUTHWARD.'
i ger. i
P. M. -
T. M. f P. M
5 Great Hend '
; New Milfonl,
i Clark's Summit.
j Water Gap.
i 2 52
iCIi,uige for Phil. P. M.
The Fasscisgca Train Northward
Leaves New Hampton on the arrival of th
Mail Train which leaves New York at 8.0ft
A. M., and Manunlta 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 & Bloomi
burg and Delaware & Hudson Railroads, anrf
at GreafBend with the Mail Train on thrf.
Erie Railway going West.
The Passenger Train Soulhwardf
Leaves Great Bend after the arrival of the"
Cincinnati Express from the West, connec-,
ling at Scranton with Trains on the Lack'a'
wanna and Bloomsburg and Delaware ana
Hudson Railroads; atManunba Chunk with
, , . ? in 1 - Vt - Z 1 a 153
at G'30' acd ,n Harrburff at aStf
Tc Accoinotlaf ion TraiM
Northward, connects at Great Bend with tha?
Day Express going West, by which passen-
gcr3 arriye at jthaca and Syracuse the same''
CS .1 J t . -n t -. .V'
ouiiiuwuru, luuvua vareai ueira alter WO
arrival of the New York Express going East,
7-All Passenger Trains on the Erie5
Railway stop at Great Bend.
WATTS COOKE. Sunerintendent
R. A. HENRY, G?eneral Ticket Aent.
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST
RELIABLE REMEDIES INTHE
Coughs, Colds, "Whooping Cough, Bron- :
chitis, Difficulty of Breathing, Asthma,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and'
every auection or
TIIE THROAT. LUNGS AND CHEST
WlSiar'S SSaisam fll Wild i;nfirrv
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gtf , hag lhe uec f d .
com faand so ,ar . . eveTYhcie (U
it i nnnor-nnrv In rm,nl v?rinnl Tta
works speak lor it, and hne utterance m the
abundant and voluntary testimony ofthe ma-
n?. " ?n?.s.U?enn !"d fettlB
easu iiuvt; uy hs uty oeen reaiorea 10 prisiino
, nn.l , Ill,
We can present a macs1
of evidence in proof of our assertions that
CONNOT BE DISCREDITED.
Tlic Icv. Jacob Scchlcr,
Well known and much respected among the
German population in this country, makes
the following statement far the benefit of th
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Hanover. Pa. Feb. 16. 1850.
-no- mnUA ;n r.:J
jy important Uenehts Irom the use of joar.
valuable preparation Wistar's Balsam of
wild Cherry it anoras me pleasure to re-.
i a ; i.
Lp0 one of mv daughters seemed To b in a
decline, and little hopes of her recovery wera
entertained, I then procured a bottle of your
i i ...
ueiore sne naa tasen
the bottle thers
was a great improvement in uer neaJtn. 1
km i7, m t l rwl i v ir tin 1 rn en ntoln frnnttanf "
na(, VWn.,; ni.,Mo mwL nri h.T
I I ...w.-w..., '
ways been benefitted by it
From Hon. John E. Smith, a dislinguuhmS '
Lawyer in Westminster, Md.
I have on several occasions used Dr. Wi
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry for severe cold"
and always with decided benefit. I know of.
no preparation that is more efficacioni at
moro deserving of genernl use. ,
. The Balsam hns olso been used with ex,
cellcnt effect by J. B. Elliott, Merchant,
Hall's Cross Roads, Md.
Wfelar's Ualsiiua of Wild Clicrry.r
None genuine unlesssigncd "I. BUTTS'. .
on the wrapper.
For sale by . t
J. P. DiNSJiom:, No. 49lBrodway, N. YorhV,
S. V. Fowle Co., rropnetors, 'Boston.
And by all Drggists,
RccMius Inssita Salve;
7.30 5 2.30
? 6.10 3.35
8.33 : 4.15
J 8.50 5 J6
9.14 J 5.50
9M : C.15H
i 0.23. 6.35 J:
5 10.15 7.055r
i 10.35 .P. M.5
1 10.47 i S
i 10.57 : Z,
5 11.20 : 2
n.34 ; 3
11.53 ; 2
1 12.37 : IE
1248 ; ' O
i 2.07 1
FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
Has fully established the superiority of
Kctidiisg's Russia Salve
Over all other healing preparations . .'.
It cures all hinds of Sores, Cuts Ulcers
Salt Rheunr, Erysipelas, Sties, Files, Corns,'
Sore Lips, Sore Eyes, &c., &c, j -Removing
the pain at once, and redu'emg.
the moat angry looking Swellings and Infla
tion us if by magic. Only 25 cents a box."
For sale bv -,
S. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Brodway, NVY.
J. W. FOWLE & Co., No. 18 Treinont-it.,'
Boston, and by all Druggists? ' '
May 12, ISM ly.