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Provisional Governors will soon be ap
pointed for South Carolina, Alabani and
There are at present 5,000 patients
the military hospitals at .Hampton, Va
The total number of National Banks
throughout the country is 1,297.
In some towns of Georgia c'hange is so
scarce that eggs are used as currency.
The Alabamian who offered a million
dollars for the murder of Mr. Lincoln has
Mr. Lincoln's family horse, Bob, has
been sold for S3.200 aud coes to tne
Chiago Sinitary Fair.
Une ot Sherman's "bummers." it is
said, has bought a fine house on Fifth
Avenue, N. Y.
In his plea for pardon, ex-Vice-Pres
dent Stephens is said to still insist on the
righteousness and necessity of Slavery,
Out of the G5 West Point graduates
this year, more than three-fourths have
applied lor commissions m the cavalry.
uonieacratc prisoners are passing
through fortress Monroe en route to
their homes at the rate of 300 per day.
The total capital of the National banks
'already established amount to nearly
June 12th, at the house of Daniel
XJuckley, by Rev. Bcuben Van Sycklc,
Mr. Henry Clay Gcuung, of Bock Island
Co., Illinois, aud Miss Matilda B. Buck
Icy, of Pike Co., Pa.
In Stroudsburg, on Friday June lGth,
Eleanor, Wife of Joseph Kerr, and daugh
ter of the late John Stroud, aged 70 years,
7 mouths and lb davs.
Arc you sick, feeble and complaining !
Are vou out of order with your system do
ranged and your feelings uncomfortable?
These symptoms are often the prelude to se
rious illness. Seme fit of sickness is creep
ing upon you, and should be averted by a
timely use of the right remedy. Take Aycr's
I'iIIf, and cleanse out the disordered humors
purify the blood, and let the fluids more on
HP.nbftructed in health again. - They stimu
late the functions of the bodj' into vigorous
aclhity, purify the system from the obstruc
tions which makes disease. A cold settles
somewhere in the body, and deranges its nat
ural function?. These, if not rclieied, react
tjpon tJromsclves a::d the surrounding organs
producing general apm rations, sufTcring
nnd derangement. While in this condition,
take .dyer's Pills, and see how directly they
restore the uaidral action of the s'stem, and
with, it the buoyant feclinj; of health
sgjiin. What is true and so apparent in
this trivial nnd common commamtis also
true in many of the deep seated and danger
ous distempers. The same purgative clfcct
expels them. Gauscd by similar obstructions
and dcranrremen'B of the natural functions
of the body, thej are rapidly and many ol
thctn surely cured by the same means. None
who know the virtue of these Pills will ne
glect to employ them when sutTering from
th dlsirdcra they cure, such as Headache,
FoulSicmach, Dysentery, Bilious Complaints
Indigestion, Dcraugcment of the Liver, Cos
tiveness, Constipation, Heartburn, Rheuma
tism, Dropsy, Worms and Suppression, when
taken in large doses.
They are Sugar Coated, so that the most
sensitive can take them easily, and they are
surely the best purgative medicine yet dis
orercd. Ayer's Ague Cure.
For the speedy and certain- Cure of In
termittent Fever, or Chills and Fever,
It cmiltcnl Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Headache or Billions
Headache, and Billions Fevers, indeed
for the whole class of diseases origina
ting in biliary derangement, canted by
the Malaria of miasmatic countries.
This remedy has rarely failed to cure the
severest cases of Chills and Fever, atd it has
this "real advantage over other medicines,
that it subdues the complaint without injury
ro the patient. It contains no quinine or oth
er deleteriouscubetar.ee, nor does it produce
quinism or any injurious effect whatever.
Shaking brothers of the army and the west,
try it and you will endorse these assertions.
Prepared by J. C Avre & co., Lowell,
Maes., and sold by Wm. Hollinshead, Drehcr
& Brother, in Stroudsbursr, and by dealers
in medicine everywhere.
August 4, 18G4.-lycc2m.
WISH TO BE CURED?
Pills cure in less than 30 days, the worst
cases of Nervousness, Impotency, Premature
Decay, Seminal Weakness, Insanity, and ail
Urmarv. Sexual. Nervous Ailections. no
matter from what cause produced. Price,
One Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by
nail, on receipt of an order. Address,
JAMES S. BUTLER,
Station D. Bible House,
March 17, 16G4
Pulmonary Consumption a Curable DiS'
The undersigned having been restored to
health in a few weeks, by a very simple rem
cdy, after having suffered several years with
a severe lunr anection, and tnat dread 01
seasc Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means o
To all who desire it, he will send a opcy
of the nrescrintion used (free of charge,) with
the directions for nreoarintr and using the
same, which they will find a sure cure for
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds,
Cocohs, &c. The only object of the adver
tiser hi sending the Proscription is to bene
,fit the afflicted, and spread information which
lie conceives to be invaluable ; and he hopes
everv sufferer will try his remedy, as it wil
cost them .nothing, and may prove a blessing,
Parlies wishing the prescription wil
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, -Williamsburgh,
Fof -Sale at. this 0ffioe.
MHO THE NERVOUS, DEBILITATED
JL AND DESPONDENT OP BOTH
SEXES. A great sutler having been re
stored to health in a few days, after many
uears oi misery, is wuang 10 assise nis suf
fering fellow-creatures by sending (free), on
the receipt of a postpaid addressed envelope,
a copy or tne jormuia ot cure employed.
Direct to JOHN M. DAGNALL,
iiox 183 Post Office.
Jan. 12, 65. 5m.
Brooklyn, N. Y,
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS OF
A T?n,.n.n1 r 1 1-1
stored tn brnifi, in n rnm Jh i.
& -A. k fl I'llll 1TM1II ll'lli:! II 1 1 T 1 M II IT nnnn Tr
going all the usual routine and irregular
n VrrMoi..v ... .1 C . . . 1 a.
.AFuuaivu iiiuuusui ucuuuuiiL wiuioui success'
considers it his sacred duty to communicate
to lus aillicted fellow creatures the means of
Clirii. Mnnrrn nn fho rppnmt nrfn fiilHrnccmrl
envelope, he will send (free', a cony of the
prescription used. Direct to Dr. John M.
lagnall, Job i'ulton btrcct. Brooklm. Now
THE nnNFT?.fifiTnvc 4wn T?Ytrc dtp vrn?
ni? flw TvriTATTn
ikXl V O.XJiX.
Published for the benefit and as a CAU-
TION Tfl YnnNR mrm n,i ti.M
onflni. AT 1- i -1 -. t- .
V . V. UtJUVtlllflCIVJlVl
o"" uuui jLxurvuiis jjomiiiv. rrcmaiuru
Decav of Mnnbnn,! Kr, cnVi,Mn,rt ti,hir,,.-w ,1.1.1, r'A
same time The MW n,- Si .r.v TtuL
mj .... kJUi; J Uii V
n ,,l,n i,na ; Zr"" . " aJ
;i" Z 0.r:i : l'?
naiil nrlfiVen.i h..! Jn f- J
be had of the author,
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.,
Brooklyn. Killers Co.. N. Y.
June 3, 1864. ly.
National Celebration of the
Fourth of July, will take place in ihc
magnificent Grove, near James Place's, be promptly furnished upon receipt of sub- that the money will be paid back to any pur
in the Coolbaugh neighborhood, M. Smith- scriptious. - - dia' who " not sabsfi e d w, th its effects.
ORATIOX, to bo delivered at ten
MUSIC, Vocal and Instrumental.
The Ladies will furnish an elegant
Oinncr and Tea, Also Ice Cream aud
other Confections the proceeds to be de
voted to benevolent purposes:
N. i. It tne 4th should be very ramy,
the Oration and festival will
he next d:i3r.
June 22, 18G5.
Diseases ot the Aervnos, beminul, Ln-
ary and. Sexual Systems new and re-
iablc treatment in rcnorts of the IIow-
iBD association sent by mail in scal-
d letter envelopes, free of charge.
Address Dr. J. SKILL! N HOUGH
TON, Howard Association, No. 2 South
Ninth fctrect, Philadelphia, Pa.
June 22, 1865.-1;..
Estate of GEORGE BEER, deceased.
The undersigned Auditor appointed by
the Orphaus' Court of Monroe County, to
distribute the funds in the hands of the
Administrators of said decedeut, to and
anions: tnose ei
ititled thereto : will attend
to the duties of bis anpointmcut on Fri
day, the 14th day of July, 1865, at 10 o'
clock, a. m., at the office of Samuel S.
)rehcr, Lsu., in the borough of Strouds
burg, when and where all parties intcres-
ted arc required to attend and present
heir claims, or be debarred from comiug
u lor ineir uistnuuiive snares or saia
S. HOLMES. Jr., Auditor.
Jane 15, 1S65.-4L
Wil SALE CHEAP.
The subscriber offers for sale, his valuable
ot of Land, situate half a. mile of the Bor
ough of Stroudsburg, containing
of beautiful flat land, in a high state of cul
tivation, with good
Duelling and Barn,
upon it, and all kinds ot the bes
grafted FHLli, and a never tailing spring
ot water near the door.
Terms One half of the purchase money
to he paid at the time of the execution of
the deed, and the other secured upon the
Persons desiring to view the property will
please call upon the subscriber, who resides
June 1. 16G5.
The Subscriber informs his friends,
and the public generally, that he has o-
pened an extensive
in the Borough of Stroudsburg, four doors
below "lluster s Clothing Store.
Everything in the line of Confectione
ry, French or Domestic; all kinds or .
Can be had at CITY PRICES, either at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
BSTAlso A lot of Choice inowcrs.&a
Please call and examing his Stock.
Stroudsburg, May 12, 1864. tf.
Stroudsburg Bank, May 2, 1865.
The Directors have thnj day declared a
dividend of Five per cent, free of taxes,
pa)able to. the Stockholders, on and after
tne tweutn msc.
J. H. STROUD, Cashier-.
LEWIS D. VAIL.
VAIL and STROUD.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
nvA mmnved their Office to No. 703 San
soMarch 17. 18G4.1 Philadelphia
For sal o-at this Gfiie
g s jy.
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 So-
curities, offers to the nublic the third scries
I nFTVpnsiirV IVVltna Vianrtrirr caitnn nnl lifnn
I J iwvo, uuui my 01,,i,u uuu mn,,-
tenths percent, interest nor annum, known
w aa I A A 'IF
I5 18Go' aml aie Payable tIlrce yars fr0!n
that date m currency, or arc convertible at
the ontion of thn hnldfir into
D. s. o30 Six iicr Cent
finlrl. Koowtio- "Rn-nrlc
TU I .1 t.J
a" uuuu. aru "uw WUIU1'a nanubOIue
premium, and are exempt, as are all the
I (inenrnmaht Tlnnrlcs '.nm .Cll "..,.. J
I 7 1
"""""""""-"""ui'i.'"'" wnn, vuumu.unu
V'U-Cr K UtlrUttll U4ls UUUO I 1 Wilt .Villi
. . ,
lv "L Pcr ccnu Ver annum 10 Mc,r "te'
acco,dinff to the rate levied upon the oUier
property. The interest is payable scmi-an-
nually by coupons attached to each note,
which may be cut oft and sold to any bank
The interest at 7-30 per cent, amounts to
One cent per day on a $50 note.
Two cents " " $100
Ten " H $500 "
20 " $1000
81 " ' " ' $5000 "
Notes of all the denominations named will
Tlin JVntnt! nf fnic "Phirl Horloo urn nrr I
cisely similar m torm and privilege to the
Seven-Thirties already sold, except that the
Govcrnmcnt reserves to itself the option of
paying m.orest in goW coin at 0 per cent
insieau oi o-auuis in curnmcy. ouoscn-i
hers will deduct the interest in currency up
to July 15th, at the time when they subscribe.
The delivery of the notes of this third so-
ries of the Seven-thirties will commence on
the 1st of June, and will be made promptly
and continuously after that date.
TMio slnrlit nlimitrn inn An in tlio pmwlitinn
ofhis THIRD SERIES affect, only the
matter of the interest. The payment in
gold, if made, will be equivalent to currency
intcrcst 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
those made with seven and three-tenths per
cent, in currency. This is
The Only Loan in Market
Now offered by the Government, and its 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
the market. This amount, at the rate
which it is being absorbed, will be subscribed
for within two months, 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 of the country may be afforded facil-
lties for tikmg the loan, the JN'ational
Banks, State Banks, and Private Bankers
throughout the country have generally a
grecd to receive subscriptions at par. 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 they receive orders.
Subscription Agent, Philadelphia.
Subscriptions will be received by-the
Stroudsburg Bank, and the
First National Bank of Scranton Pa.
May 25, 1SG5.
M. M. Burnett, has returned from
the City with a large stock of
and a splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSLMERES AND VESTINGS.
all of which will be sold at the lowest
I can offer customers first-rate bargains,
as goous naye auvancca since my uuu
stock was purchased. Call and oxamine
t i i j c
mv stock. Store on .hlizabetu St., next
door to thM. E. Church.
Stroudsburg, May 1865.
Near the Stroudsburg Depot, on Monday,
May first, a package of money, which the
owner can have bv moving property, and
paying charges', by calling on-
at Oakland, Monroe County, Pa.
May 18, 1865.
One Dlundred Dollars reward, will be
naid by me for the aVrcst, and delivery
t . J ,, ... ' 1? T A TITT7IO
to the proper autnonucs, oi uiuxjo
BUNNELL, who was accessary to the
burning ot my JJarn, on tne yen insc.
Said Bunnell is six feet in height, and-o
Blooming Grove, Pike Co May 15, 1865
A lot of Lump. Stove and' Chesnu
roi f. o-1a nf. vfldiififld orices. at the
Stroudsburg Depot. i-
May 18, 1865. A. M. JONES.
THE PHCENIX PECTO
WILL CURE YOUR COUGH.
The Phoenix Pectoral,
I 1 imniTM T oirnTTn rTX TITTT t mtrm
mUllirUULI OXftUr KJV T V lLlU KjllIUH.-
t -w. v - -m -- i-w-h . . .
liX AiN1J oKA feNAKh ROOT,
Will cure the Diseases of the
Tliroat and Iaiug;s,
Such as Colds, Coughs, Croup, Asthma
isronchitis, Catarrh, Sore Throat,
Hoarseness, Whooping Cough, &c.
ITS TIMELY USE WILIi PIIEVENT
And even where this fearful disease has ta
ken hold it will afford greater relief than
any other mcilicme.
1UIS53 ivaie vanuersuce oi rottsvi ie. savs:
.tT I , .. ' '
f oenenueu more oy using mci'iia-
nvc i cciorai man any otticr medicine L ever
m- , n . ...
s uocrnoiizer, oi LionviJIe, Chester
I lAianf- n m.mm. , i , f
wus uiuu u, a cuugu oi many years
standing by using Uic Phoenix Pectoral.
John Royerr editor of the Independent
Phoznix, having used it, has no hesitation in
pronouncing it a complete remedy for cough,
noarsencss ana irriiaiion in me tnroat.
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 Phoenix Pectoral.
The proprietor of this medicine has so
much confidence in its curative powers, from
the testimony of hundreds who have used it,
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.
"ITv, oSeIhOLTZER, M. D..
Sold by all Druorfrists and StorekeeDcrs.
JOHNSTON, IIOLLOWAY &COWDEN,
tvt tin tvt it C7i? i a nt ri "i i i
iNa orm oixin st., rmiaaeipuia, anu
v r. WKT.T.S r.n
No 115 Fraiiklin st. New York, wholesale
Sold by Wm. Hollinshead, and Dreher &
-"fother, btroudsburg, and by nearly everv
dniPfWst does not keen this mRdfcinn 1n nnt
l oo j " w-
let him put you o-F with some other medicine.
because he makes more money on it, but
send at once to one of the agents for it.
AT THE OLD STAND.
The undersigned, would respectfully
inform his customers and the public gen
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 olFer as low as the market
can possibly afford. His goods will always
be selected ifith a view to give his custom-
Crs their money's worth, and will comprize
Ladies' and Gentleman's dress goods,
in great variety, SMrtings, Sheetings,-&cv
tvc. I'ersons uesinng to purcnaso
or, indeed, anything purcnasaoic in a
country Store, will best study their inter
ests by calling and examining my stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
It is not the intention ot the under
signed to make a blow about low prices,
but believing that "the proot ot the pud
ding is the eating of it' he cordially in
vites a call from the public. uoods
Stroudsburg, April 13, 1865.
United States Hotel,
Cor 3d and Spring Garden sts.
The undersigned, formerly proprietor
of White's Hotel, respectfully informs
the citizens of Northampton and adjoin
ing Counties, that on and after tho 1st
day of April, 1865, he can be found at the
above named popular Hotel. The house
has been thoroughly cleansed, re-fitted
and painted, and now presents, in point of
comfort and elegance, tho finest appear
ance of any hotel in the Eastern part of
Pennsylvania-. The tables will be sup-
plied at all times with tiio cnoicest tne
market anoras, ana tne liquors win De oi
1 -1 .1 ! Ml 1 -X
the fincst,';both foreign and domestic.
Omnibusses run to and from the hotel,
making connections with all the trains,.
SAM U JUL, 11AX-U.BJN.
Easton,- Pa., March 9tlv, 1865.
At the Blooming Grove Tannery, Pik"e
Co.. Pa., a man to boll leather the
highest wages will be paid-, good refer
ence required a married man witu small
May 11, I860.
STEPHEN HOLMES, JR.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SURVEYOR AND CONVEYANCER",
Office Willi S. S. Dreher, Esi.
N. B. Special attention paid to the filing
of Pension papers, and the collcCtidii'of back
pay,- and bounties of soldiers.
Stroudsburg, Oct. 9, 18G2.
For sale at this Office
The Rebellion Gone UihIci
The subcribcr would inform the public
ana nis old customers, that ha has taken
the Store lloom formerly occupied by
George H. Miller. Esq., in Stroudsburg
His stock ia composed of entirely New
Goods, laid in at reduced prices, and he
will sell them at small profits.
He has on hand a complete assortment
of DRY GOODS, Cloths, Cassimcrcs,
Satinets, and A fall line of LADIES
DRESS GOODS-Muslin DcLanes, Shal
la DeLanes, Amoors, Coatings, Calicoes,
and all kinds of Ladies Dress Trimmings,
and Yanke Notions.
ALSO A rood assortment of GRO
CERIES, such as Coffee, Sugar, Molas
ses, and Syrups, Tea and Rice.
1'Iease give me a call, and sec the
goods and prices.
Butter and Eggs, and all kinds of Coun
try Produce, taken in exchange for goods, i
C. D. JJKO.Dli.UAJJ.
Stroudsburg, May 11, 1865.
New Livery Stable.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the citizens of Stroudsburg, and the
public gencally, that he now occupies the
Stable in the rear of Fabel's store ("oppo
site the Seminary) where he is prepar
ed, with a superior stock of
Horses, Carriages, Bng- fe?
gies, Sleighs, &e.,
to accommodate all whose business, or
pleasure, requires the occasional use of
these articles. His horses were selected
with a view to the Livery business, and
can be recommended as kind and gentle,
yet wjlling and free. His vehicles, with
their appointments, are oi 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 attend to the wishes of cus
tomers, and he feels confident that he can
give satisfaction 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 NELSON COOKE, latcoj
the Borough of Stroudsburg, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that letters of
administration upon the above iinmed Ls-
ite have been granted to the undersigned
by the Register of Monrce County, in due
orin of law j therelore, all persons indebt
ed to said Estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having any
ust claims are also requested to present
hem legally authenticated for settlement
to DAVIS D. WALTON,
Stroudsburg, Feb. 1, 1865. 6t.
THE KINTn NATIONAL BANK,
OF TIIE CITY OP NEW YORK.
CAPITAL, 1,000,000, PAII Iff,
FISCAL AGENT of the TJ. STATES,
And Special Agent for Jay Cooke, Sun-
Will deliver 7-30 Notes, Free of charge,
by express, in all parts of the country, and
receive in payment Checks on New York,
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.
Tlrs Bank receives the accounts of Banks
and Bankers on favorable terms; also of in
dividuals keeping New York accounts.
J. U. OIIVIS, President.
. T. HILL, Cashier.
March 2, 1865. 3m.
65 Northampton Si reel,
CLOTHING MADE BETTER!
THAN ANY OTHER PLACE IN
EASTON ! !
Under the supervision of a
NEW YORK CUTTER.
"Who Never Fails to Please.
P. P. EILENBEItGER.
March 9, 165. Cm.
Estate &f JESSEE 0LUTfER late
of Stroud township, deceased.
Letters of administration in the above
named estate, late of tho township Oi
Stroud, Monroe County, deceased, having
been cranted tcr the umdersijrned, all per
sons indebted to riaid estate will make im
mediate navmcnt. and these having claims
against the same, will present them duly
authenticated for settlement.
Stroud Tsp.; May 25, 1865.'
Notice is hereby given to the Stockhol
ders of the Stroudsbunr Hank, that a
meeting will be held on Tuesday, tho 20th
day of Juno 18G5-, between the hours of
10 nnrl l?. n'nlnck. A. M.. at said Bank.
to decido whether this Bank shall be con
verted into a National Banking A33ocia
tion, under tho laws of the United States
jiy oraer or tne directors,
J. n. STROUD, Cashier.
Juuc 1, 1865.
THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR WOOL.
in Cash, by
JOHN N. STOKES.
,Siroud6burg, June V, 1865.
Delawfi rc, Lackawanna & Vfosterii
Running Time of Passenger Trains
Oct. 12, 1864.
eaVe north wabd.
P. M. ; P. M.
I. M. .
: Orciit Demi,-
' Clark's Summit,
f Moscow .
J SpragncvlHc, I
f Water Cap. I
i'Moun: ilcthcl. t
J 12 48
Changc for Plul.,P. M.
The Passenger Train iVorlhAv.ird
Leaves Ncwiranfplon on the arrival of that
Mail Train which leaves Nciv York at 8.0f
A. M., and Manunka Chunk on the arrivaf
of the Tram which leaves Philadelphiai"
(Kensington Depot) at 7.15 A. M. At.
Scranton this Train makes close connections
with Trains on the Lackawanna & Bloomgi
borpr and Delaware & Hudson Railroad. anrf;
at Great Bend with the Mail Train on tho'
Erie Railway going West.
The Passenger Train Southward
Leaves Great Bend after the arrival of the"
Cincinnati Express from the West, connec
ting at bcranlyn with Trains on the Lacka
wanna and Bloomsburg and Delaware and".
Hudson Railroads; at Manunka Chunk with'
the train for Philadelphia, and at New Hamp-
ton with trains for New York, the Lehirh
Valley, Harrisburg, &c. Passengers by this
Train arrive in New York at 5.40, in Phila-.
delphia at G.30, and in Harrisburg at 8.20
The Accomodation Train
Northward, connects at Great Bend with tho
Day Lxpress goino- -West, by which passen
gers arrive at Ithaca and Syracuse the same
Southward, leaves Great Bend after tbs'
arrival of the New YorkExprcss going East
00 All Passenger Trains on the ErioK
Railway stop at Great Bend.
WATTS COOKE, Superintendent!
H. A. HENRY, General Ticket Agent
ONE OF TIIE OLDEST AND MOST1
RELIABLE REMEDIES IN THE
Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bron-"
umus, .uuiiuuity oi -Breaming, Astnma,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and
every affection of
TIIE TIIHOAT, LUNGS AND CHEST
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
So general has the use of this remedy be-'
come, and so popular is it everywhere, that
it is unnecessary to recount its virtues. Its'
works speak for it, and fine utterance in the
ibundant and voluntary testimony of the ma
ny who from long suffering and settled diV
ease have by its use been restored to pristiW
vigor and health. We can present a mass
of evidence in proof of our assertions that
CONNOT BE DISCREDITED.
TIic Rev." Jacob Scclifer,
Well known and much respected among the'
German population in this country, nakeas
the following statement far the benefit of the'
Hanover, Pa. Feb. 16, 1859.
Dear Sirs: Having realized in mr fami
ly important benefits from the use of your -valoable
preparation Wietar's Balsam, of
Wild Cherry it affords me pleasure to re
commend it to the public. Some eight ytars
ago one of my daughters seemed to be in a
decline, and little hopes of herrecovery were
entertained, I then procured a bottle of rour
excellent Balsam, and before she had taken
the whole of the contents of the bottle there
was a great improvement in her health. I"
mve, in my individual case, made frequent
use of your valuable medicine, and kaT9 M.Y-"
ways been benefitted by it.
From Hon. John E. Smith, a JistingtrisW
Ajtiwyiii wfr w t buwtiiotc , JrZft.
I have on several occasions used Dr. Wiit
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry for severe olia'.
and always with decided benefit. I knoref
no preparation that is more efficacions dp
more deserving of general use.
The Balsam has also been used with ex
cellent effect by J. B. Elliott, Merchant,'
Hall s Cross Roads, Md.
Wislar's Hal sum of Wild Clierr,",
None genuine unless signed "I. BUTTSi"
oh the wrapper.
J or sale by
Ji. P. Dj&sMottn, No. 491 Brodway, N. Yor'
S. W. Jj'owle at L,o., I'roprietpre, Bostos:-
And by all Drggists,
KciMing's Russia SalraV
FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
Has fully established tho superiority of
Reritfing's Russia Salve
Over all other Healing preparations
U cures all kinds of Sor.es, Cuts Vlcefs,
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Sties, Piles, Cori's,'
Sore Lips, Sore Eyes, Sic, Sic,
Romoving tho pain at once,- and reducing
the most angry looking Swellings and Infla'-f
tion as if by magic Only 25 cents a bojcV
For sale by
S. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Brodway," N. Y.'
J. W. FOWLE & Co., No. 18 Trembhr-si'V
Boston, and by all Druggists.
May IS, 1864. ly.
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