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THTTESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1865.
BiiioH State Ticket.
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL,
MAJ.-GEN. JOHN F. HAETRANFT,
OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY.
FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL,
COL. JACOB H. CAMPBELL,
OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
NOTICE TO SCHOOL DIRECTORS.
School Directors arc requested to in
form me as soon as convenient, of the
time and place of holding the Fall exam
iuatious of applicants for schools as re
quired by law.
JNO. B. STORM, Co. Siip't.
JG2F On the 2d iust. the receipts of in
ternal revenue reached the enormous sum
of $4,500,000, the largest daily receipts
Gcn. Sclfridgc, United States In
ternal Revenue Assessor, of this District,
(11th) has removed his office from Eas
ton to Bethlehem, Pa. His office is on
(T Our friend Capt. C. U. Warnick, of
this Borough, presented us with a few clus
ters of a new specimen of fine grapes, called
the "Cluster." They are the finest wc have
seen this season.
OCT Mr. William Dean, of this Borough,
lost a valuable horse on last Monday eve
ning, at Milford, Pa.
GO" The dwelling of John H. Conner, ot
this place, was entered on Monday evening
last, by some thief or thieves, who succeed
ed in getting between fifty and sixty dollars
in money, principally Postal Currency.
In the evening, when Mr. C. went to bed
lie left his pocket book in his coat pocket
on a chair down stairs, from whence the
thief took it
Conner found the Pocket book next morn
ing in his back yard.
The brief returns from Vermont show
that the Republicans of that State have
elected their candidate for Governor, Pau
Dillingham, by a majority relatively lar
ger than that by which Smith (Rep.) was
chosen last year over Redfield (Dem.)
Sale of Government Mules.
"Wc are requested to auuounce. that the
sale of Government Mules in Philadel
phia, will be suspended until "Wednesday,
September 20th, on which day and every
"Wednesday and Saturday thereafter, un
til further notice, the sale of 100 Mules
each of those days, will be continued.
The M. E. Sabbath School Pic Nic
which came off in Ransberry's grove, on
last Thursday, we are gratified to learn
proved to be quite a success. The day
was very pleasant, the turn-out large, and
all seemed to enjoy themselves exceeding
ly well. The School was very appropri
ately addressed by the Rev. Mr. Paxson.
of the M. E. Church of this place.
CSrOn Friday afternoon an Excursion
Party, numbering forty, started from this
place for Tobyhanna, or Naglesvillc,
where they were kindly received and
hospitably entertained by our old friend
Case, who knows just how to do such
things. All connected with the party
enjoyed themselves hugely. Nor did the
Vnion Excursion party in the midst of
their enjoyment and festivity forget that
the editor of this paper was, like them-
eelves mortal, and might enjoy some of
their dainties, and of which, accordingly
they enclosed him a goodly portion, for
which he thanks them, and hopes that
they may live long to enjoy many excur
sions to Naglesville, and that in no In
stance will they fail fo remember the Ed
itor of the Jeffersonian.
Current Revenue of the Government
The current receipts of the government
from customs and internal revenue are unusu
ally large. The income from internal reve
nue averages over two million dollars a day.
The customs revenue, through the single
port of New-York, is this week up to a dai
ly average of nearly $600,000 in coin; on
one day it reached 735,500, or, on the bas
ot gold at 145, equal to $1,060,475 in cm
vmcnuy, uie national treasury
cannot be very "hard pressed" for means to
meet all current claims upon it
Voter, iCon the day of the October election
wuu asiss you wny you support John F,
iianranit, tell him because Hartranft w
willing, in the hour of his country's danger,
to abandon the mischievous dogmas of his
old political faith, tliat he might the better
aid in the vindication of the Consitwtion and
the Laws, in the effort to sustain the na
uonai authority. And if any man ask of the
tame voter why he supports Jacob M. Camp
bell, answer because he was willing to do
battle in defence of his political princi-
Mr. Greeley's volume is.a valuable con-
contribution to our political history.
His- intimate knowledge of our poli
tics and instinctive . sympathy with the
far-reaching scope of our institutions, ad
mirably- fitted him for the task. Ho is
clear, concise, and.accurate, honestly stri
ving after the truthj while his judicious
Preface shows that ho appreciates fully
the difficulties that beset whoever seeks
to find it. If none of his readers will be
surprised to find his work that of an able
man, there are many who will not expect
it to be, as it is, that of a fair-minded one.
He writes without passion, making due
allowance for human nature in the South
as well as the North, and does not waste
his strength, as is the manner of fanatics,
in fighting immaginary giants while a real
enemy is in the field. Tracing Secession to
its twin sources in Slavery and the doc
trine of State Rights, and simply sustain
ing his statement of fact by citation from
cotemporary documents and speeches, he
has made the plainest, and for the very
reason, we think, the strongest argument
that has been put forth on the national
side of the questiou at issue in our civil
war. Above all, he is ready to allow
those virtues in the character of the
Southern people whose existence alone
makes reunion desirable or possible. It
is not a little singular, that while slavery
has been for nearly eighty years the one
root of bitterness in our politics, the gen
eral knowledge of its history should be
so superficial. Abolitionism has been so
persistently represented as the disturbing
element which threatened the permanence
of our Union, that mere repetition has at
last become a conviction with that large
class of minds with which a conclusion is
valuable exactly in proportion as it saves
mental labor. Mr. Greeley's chronologi
cal uarrative is an excellent corrective of
this delusion, and his tough little facts,
driven firmly home, will serve to spike
this Parrott battery, and render it harm
less for the future.
This is eminently a work which no one
who desires to keep pace with our Coun
try's History should be without.
Mr. Thurston Cutler, is the duly an
thonzed Agent for the sale of this work
in Monroe County, and of whom it can
only be obtained by subscription. Mr
Cutler has a sample volume which will
enable all to understand just whafc the
Great events spring from trivial cause
By the disobedience of a lad in IS09, a gar-
J a- - Tl I 1 T 1 1 I r
uuu gu.iu in ivnoue isianu was leu open; a
pig got in and destroyed a few plants, a
quarrel between the owners of the pig and
the garden grew out of it, which spread a-
mong their friends, defeated the Federal can
didate to the Legislature, and gave the State
a JJemocratic senator, by whose votevwar
was declared in 1812 with Great Britain.
Wc clip the following from one of our ex
changes, and as it is particular!' applicable to
this locality, -we hope those concerned will
profit by the truths here stated:
"Ridiculous to see copperheads honevin-
and sugaring around Union soldiers. Soldiers,
they want your votes, and have at heart the
same opinions oJ vou that they had when
they called vou "Lincoln's hirelings," "Hes
sions, cutthroats and other like opprobious
names, apurn them as you would viln mn.
perneaas wnicn tliey are."
i i r
JJamei Andreas, postmaster at Glencoe.
Alo., who lately
coiiH!KKinn wmn i nnc in
says he murdered a returned Californian
eight years ago, and robbed him of 810:000,
xie xiaa aiso murdered two of his own child
ren, and contemplated the murder of his wife.
dlcn 1, 4- I. I . I 1 1 . 1
.iiiiru, mat lids rouoea me mail ever
since he has been postmaster.
Kebel Gen. Hinder, whose name isn.
momj those indicted with Wirinh
treatment of imprisoned National soldiWswnRPricet ot estimate under the circumstan
arrested at Drummondtown, Virginia, on
dcr guard to await disnosition f)f flip m'lJtnTtr
-l uuiouai iUSl. anu Eent to Wnshinirtnn .,n.
A wild ox escaned from a. dmvo ;
York the qther day, and ran throuo-h several
of the fashionable thoroughfare, knnoh;n
v-ujiu uutvu aim Hiauning mem. lie was
pursued by a police si-rgeant on horse
back, firing a loaded revolver afier him, and
t . o -
Tvvuh,ic, ujiuuuiII IIOL UlLOITfiiiinr n nntr.
vei one lor the metropolitans caused quite a
sensation. The ninth shot from the police
man's revolver killed the ox.
A hailstorm in the vicinity of Mount Ster-
i: tit , , j ' i
lmj, W sconsm, has destroyed thirty thous-
ana aonars worth ol crops. Hailstorm
to m iwruuimureijce. i
Tn - C . 7 - I
uiviiauiuiv lor me new ninrmnni
lecture, Artemus Ward says; "After the
- - w -- v XlUtJ I
the street to see a man. The nianisr. hovvevnr X
- w jwului iuii f U ill. i su I
will meanwhile practise some mpw mninv " '
An anaconda has escaped from a mena-
gerie near Port Washington, OhTo and is
. : L... i ! . ana 18
uaiuiiiy auuui uia.t iocauiy, io tne conster-
nation of the farmers, who think it is thirtv- Y
tU'O Wt Innrr vnA or. . J
accuse it of milking their cows, and offer a
us- uuu tin i i i - iiM ii k nirn.ninA i
a -i ic-uiui:.
uiousana collars reward for his capture.
p TZTr;. rr-l bou
U..J. u,, xoux lo JU,y 01sl iBOD.
v,. wuuo i&suuu irom uie uov-
-ininent uauery at Washington wern 40..
5V73 79Q " " '
. aiiu trxoHnniinrno u-nrn tsAnn mm
The Friends in England have Ronf f !,;
country tne sum of SGO.nnn. fnr tu I:.r
. . ' 1 vtiu 1 ciiKi I tw
"viiuu u uiu xjuianciDtcd FtpoH,
POR THE JEFFERSONIAN.
A SeriouJ Adventure.
Canadensis, Monroe Co., Pa.,
September 5th 1865.
Dear Sir t One day during last week
Mr. Joseph JJrovrn. who resides near
"Goose Pond," Pike County, started in
company with another man in the direc
tion of "Mud Run," w ith the intention . of
cutting out a road. They separated from
each other, taking different directions.
Mr. Brown had proceeded but a short
distance before he came upon an old road,
and was not a-little surprised at the dis
covery of a young "Cub," which.he found
no trouble in capturing, and thought to
take it home. After carrying it a short
distance, it proved to be quite heavy, be
ing fat, Mr. Brown coucluded to dispatch
him with his pocket knife j and, while at
tempting to cut its throat, the "Cub" gave
a sudden cry. which soon brought the
mother to the spot,, barely giving Mr
Brown time to climb the nearest small
tree, closely pursued by the infuriated
mother-, who tried first to climb the tree,
but failing in this, attempted to shake
him off. Mr. B. in the meantime called
vigorously to his companion, but he fail
ed to hear. While in this dilcma, his
fears were heightened by the appearance
of the "male Bear," joining with the
mother in doubly furious attempts to dis
lodge him. Finding climbing and sha
king vain, they resorted vigorously to
gnawing the tree down, which they would
certainly have accomplished were it not
for the timely appearance of Mr. B.'s dog
in answer to his anxious calls. At the
sight of the dog the Bears left the tree
and gave chase, affording Mr. B. a chance
for escape, which he improved rather
hastily and soon succeeded in finding his
companion. They returned at once to
the scene of action, to find not the Bears
but the dog, stretched out, badly mangled
but not dead. After a vain search for
the Bears, Mr. B. carried his dog home
fully convinced that he had seen a "JBar."
At latest advices the Dog was still living
and Jo. vows he shall have his tenderest
care so long as he may live.
P. S. The above is Mr. B.'s statement
as corroborated by his companion.
I am, very respectfully,
RUFUS P. NORTHROP.
A $50 00 CAKE-
Mr. Editor : Permit me through your
columns to thank the Bushkill and Wal
pack churches and neighboring friends
for the beautiful and valuable present o
a 50 cake ; and lest my clerical brethren
should feel a little envious, if not incrcd
ulous, 1 will state that at the suggestion
of a friend, one ot our good ladies pre
pared a cake for our festival, held last
Thursday, at the Walpack R. D. Church
Said cake to be voted for by Pennsylva
nia and New Jersey, at 5 cents a vote
the State giving the greater number
votes to have the honor of presenting the
cake to the Pastor. The contest was spir
ited and the result so near a tie, that the
young ladies recording "the votes, (Miss
Lizzie Clark, lor Pennsylvania, and Miss
Belinda Decker, for New Jersey,) shared
the honor of presenting in the name of
their respective States. s
The attendance at our festival was small,
but liberal, leaving in the hands of our
treasurer about $325
Now, Brethren, if you wish to obtain a
and for the maklS would refer you to
Mrs. A. G. Hull, of Bushkill
B,We were kindly presented with
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rau excellent, in no way interior to the
It is always difficult to keep fowls entirely
"ee Irom vermin We know of no better
lay than to lct them run at Iarc' B0 that
they can burrow freely in dry soils. After
they have gone to roost at niorht. catch them
and apply a little sweet oil, pure lard oil, or
neatsfoot oil, to the top of the head and un
der the wings, near the body, rubbing it in
pretty thoroughly. Do this once a week for
three successive weeks. During the time
boil onions until they are soft, and mas
them with boiled potatoes, add a little corn
meal, and feed to the fowls once a week.
Rub the roosts and other place in the house
avuu uii. juuou) uuu uiuer ujuc
with raw onions. Perhai!s it
would do no
work slightly with
...un ui lucoc i ciucuica, wgeiner wnn entire
: c t . . . t
cleanliness would exterminate hpm
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iuciu, auu jei ua Know.
47"8 whoapplicdto there
i r, .
HDf scatl0 10 one ot the far Western
P".8 lor enlistment, was asked if he
v;uum sieep on tne "point ot a bayonet t
U CI ,pi , DJ BainZ ne
T: t J slept D a Pint f
whisky, and the kind ik t ;oi,
wnen lie promptly replied by saying "he
A v. , AJiDuuii
Klli "rther than any shooting iron
Ud CVCT S1W. '
Ladies, here is something w .
: Fi,,.a wide mouthed glass jar with
water, and coyer it. n- uu " : e
v . v a niiu a uicuu Ul
lounuaiion vtne ladies will understand
tins), cover that over with a nfn,,
j . . -'...''."'.''
muooiuv: it uuwu t iab lhr nono toiii 10 in
me water ; mey win cnen swe41 and sprout.
mto the water,
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their fine fibres nresentini? a beautiful n
dow. and vines
nr!trini. Soki,;a ; :f
will grow up; which can bq qqnducted to
mw. ww hum auu ntuuuvr .uuu vineH
The Werz Trial. !
Washington, Saturday, Sept. 2, 1865.
The Wirz Military Commission reas
William O. S. Belcher testified that he
had served in the 10th Illinois Cavalry,
and was a prisoner at Andersonville from
the 8th of March until September, 18b4;
he thought that Capt. Wirz assumed
command about the 1st of April ; on one
occasion Wirz came into the stockade,
when a cripple, walking on crutchees,
approached and asked to go outside ; the
request was refused, and the cripple said
he would rather be shot than stay there :
the witness soon heard Wirz holloa to the
sentinel, "tell that man if he did not not
go back, he would shoot him : the man
did not return, when the sentinel fired
and shot him in the jaw j the cripple was
known by the name ot "Uhickaniauga :
Wirz afterward threatened to shoot the
other men if they did not go away : on
another occasion, while the prisoners were
being divided into squads of hundreds,
one of the men, owing to sickness, did
not fall in, and Wirz threatened to shoot
him, and did shoot him :. the ball went
through the man's hat: the prisoners
were kept in the sun all day, and were
not allowed to procure water : if the squad
could not give a satisfactory account of
any one of their missing number, they
were deprived of their rations ; this was
the case for three days early in July ;
there was not sufficient room in the pri
son, scarcely enough for men to stand
upon ; the limits were enlarged on the
north side ; there were 42,000 prisoners
there at one time; he had heard Wirz say
he was killing more "Yankees" than those
who were serving at the front ; witness
had seen 25 or 30 men shot over the dead
line and others fired into who were not
over the dead line
Cross-examined by the defense Q.
Were there not desperadoes there men
who would steal and commit other of
fenses ; and was not the cripple to whom
you referred one of them 1 A. There
were troublesome characters there, but I
don t know whether that man belonged
to them or notj I don't think that a crip-
pie on a crutch was a good man to steal.
During a further examination, the wit-
ncss spoke of a man at whom the sentinel
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r t:j i l i a
ye. .ujruuatsi, tuc uuu uit muii xx.
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a ball when itstrikcs a mau. Laughter.
he witness gave various instances of
men being shot: one was shot while he
was in his tent, for merely stretching his
arm beyond the dead-line ; another was the columns daily of any paper in the country,
shot at for treading over the line ; he f tho exclusion of everything else. Believ
Koorl flnnf Wlr nr.lnr tl, cnniinnl fn ing that the ma jority of our readers do not
shoot the cripple ; some of those shot at
i.:nj !5j 4u
nu;u, uuu utiici umuu uie uua-
V11' . , , ,
uumca xi. iaviu&uu leawuuu mat ue
was a member of the Iowa Cavalry, and
iT ; j
mtktiu ua u pnsuuurs to vnuersonviiie on
the 3th of March ; he described the filthy
condition ot the prison and the great
mortality among the prisoners ; for a week
he drove the dead wagon": sometimes 25
men were thrown into it at a time, and
on the return he would bring wood and
rations in the same cart j he had seen
men with blankets, shoes and shirts on
them, sent there by the Sanitary Com
mission for the use of our own men : Capt
Wirz he knew made a breakfast on some
of the crackers, cheese and beef sent there
for our prisoners : he had seen four or
u. ulfcu uuz iu u pu, wim sup-
piies ; uiey were mailed u. o.j it was a
common thins: for men to be nut in the
chain gang: one man died in the chain
gang with an iron collar round his neck ;
he had seen the hmmris thnror thprn ronro
two kinds, "catch dorrs" nnd hnlltnrrlnrc
one of the do?rs badlv torn tho. ApsIi from
a man's leg : another man was haninsr
un his clothes whfoh ho hnd wnchoS fo
dry : one ot the pieces blew over the dead
I v W l .
fjpe. He stepped beyond the line to get
hft TllPPA whfn MA wnc firnH nnnn onrl
shnhin til hrnnsf . nnnfW mnn u,i
reached beyond the dead line for some
nrninhc nK hrnoi whon t r rrnr oV sxt- In &V.AI
head : Wirz shot a man a short time af
ter he assumed command of the prison :
the latter was sick, lying on the ground,
and asked Wirz something, when Wirz
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snot mm: wirz remarked that he was
killing more Yankees there than Lee was
at Richmond ; this was said in August :
wirz was at the time with the witness in
the graveyard in the wagon with the dead
men ; the witness had seen men starved
to death : food was so scarce at one time
that some of them picked up particles of
OOd tnat nad already rjassed thrnntrh fhn
J r a -"i
On his cross-examination by the de-
ra,,. i, :.i ii..
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itucv luu niiucoa auiu inu siraevara com
prised 25 or 30 acres, and when he left
indersonville, on the 11th of September
L Z L 1 i i .11 n t
ufti, ib was auouc iwo-tniras lull.
xuu uuuit. fciieu, at x o C1CK, tOOK a ro-
pIia n l t i i i i i . .
cess until 2 o clock.
The Daily News of New York city,
scaces tnac reter weiiers, charged with
tl. C ' . i
kuc uiuiuur ui oieuu, was arrested on
bunday afternoon in Jersey CiEy, and
committed to the city prison to await the
action of the authorities of Easton. Se-
veral boatmen reccguszed Wellers and
made complaint to the police. A reward
of $200 Tvas offered by our Sheriff for the
apprehension of Wellers : and there is
still a reward of 8200 for th nrrnof. nf
Hutman, the participant in tho crime.
lhe official statement of the rmhlin
ueut on tne ist mst. has been issued from
the Ireasury Department. Tho total is
5,757,689,571, on which the yearly in
teaest is 5138,031.620. Tho debt has
been increased only bv 8295.000
the dist of July last.
Summer has gone and Autumn is hnrn
oome warm clothes will be reouired tn
suiem you irom the b nsts nF T?nll nn
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Winter. R. 0. Pyle. at his Easton Hull
of Fashion, can accommodate you with
uuyming in inac lino.
jonn vvaish. n. HnttRviiio m nQ. i i
r , w-r . .
Y J . ...w i.mitl, UCL'UII
with a pickaxe, and died with an inenmn nfl
The Coal Trade.
The Schuylkill coal region is sending
forward an immense coal tunnage. The
two carrying companies, the Reading
Railroad and the Schuylkill Navigation,
brought down, tor the week ending on
Thursday, 137,291 tuns 87,4G8 by-the
road, and 49,733 by the canal. As com
pared with corresponding week last year,
the road increased its tunnage 10,917
tuns, and the canal its tunnage 21,524
tuns. The ousiness was, no doubt, stim
ulated by the semi-official announcement
previously made that the tolls and freight
charges would be increased on the 1st
instant. This, we believe, has been done,
and as a consequence wue retail price of
coal in this city has advanced from 50
cents 1 per tun. Lehigh prepared coal
is now quoted at about 510 the gross tun,
and 9 the short tun of 2,000 pounds.
Schuylkill coal sells at about 51 per tun
below the prices ot Lienign coal, it is
hardly probable that the coal tunnage
will be so heavy the current week as it
was the last. The effort to put the larg
est amount of coal possible in the market
before prices advanced will naturally tend
to lessen the movement immediately af
ter the advance has taken place. The
retail demand, wnicn nas been very ac
tive for a week or two past, from the same
cause, is also Jikely to fall off a little ;
though, with the general apprehension
entertained that there win be no over
production of coal this year, it is probable
the demand for coal henceforth to the
end of the season will be equal to the
supply, a fact that will tend to keep up
if not advance, prices. Philadelphia
At no time within our recollection has
thore been such a succession of great frauds
as during the past three or four months,
Following each other so rapidly that there
extant and audacity have severely shaken
the public sense of security, the wonder
that no serious financial revulsion has fol
lowed in their wake. Just fflance at the
ist of these huge robberies:
Charles. Winsor, Mercantile Bank $275,000
Alfred Townsend, New Haven Sa
vings' Bank 115,000
Smith J. Eastman, Produce Broker 500,000
Henry B. Jenkins, Phoenix Bank 200,000
Mumfon!, Stockbroker 130,888
f B' Ketchum, banker 4,500.000
Unknown, cashier 100,000
The abovc relates only t0 one class exci"
jng items and is very incomplete. The ava-
lanche of robberies, burglaries, assaults, mur
ders, rapes, suicides and terrible and fatal
individual and wholesale accident would fill
hke to " SUP " hrrors; least cvcrv
we notice but a few of those occurrences.
The icture (rawn in these dark tints is not
attractive. The close of the war has
destroyed the chances for sensation tnms.
but, really, a surfeit of them is not prefera
me to a scarcity.
Internal Revenue Decision.
The Commissioner of Internal Kevene
on fcaturday decided as follows : A nartv
who holds a license as a .retail liquor
dealer, and wishes to retire from the busi
nes, may sell his entire stock to another
person without procuring a wholesale li
quor dealer's license.
The Morning Star, organ of the Free
will Baptist denomination, says that sect
was the largest in 1844. havmcr a mem
borahi afc that time of G1.372
;t j)ad fallen off to 48,930 and
L . j m'-, ' T.
d in 1860 it
iur;iiii i iinrr:isnn rn hm mi ir
is now 55,
lhe Oil City News gives the number
ot companies at fourteen hundred and
fiftysoven witl1 a total capital of eight
hundred and sixty-nine millions five hund-
- . -
1UU uuu """tf-""" uiousaua aonars
wnue in omce, a wag wrote on his back
. lUene(i afc tue cxPcnse of the Corpora-
Pleasure is but a ball that a child runs
after so long as it keeps rolling, but which
nc kicks away from him the moment itstons
A Connecticut hotel keeper has over the
water trough, opposite his hotel a sicn with
rtt : i .-
uiu luiiowing inscription:
Stop your horse and let him drink
Before you further go;
The water is better here, I think
Than 'tis a mile below.
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onarpers in Philadelphia have lately benn
j , i . . . -
, . ousiness m selling counterfeit
tickets to the theatres in that citr.
theatres in that city.
Evid ence of petroleum have been found in
Cuba, and an oil company has been formed
in that island.
Governmenr beef is dressed and delivered
in Texas at six cents a pound.
A woman in Ohio was recently stunn to
death by a swarm of bees.
Ice in New Orleans sell for twelve
Orphans' Court Notice.
Appraisement of $300 to widows hav
ing been filed in the following Estates
they will bo presented for confirmation
on Monday bept. 25, 1865, unless excep
tions aro filed.
Estate of Michael Butts, deceased.
Joseph P. Heckman, "
Philip Hoffman, u
John R. Osterhoudt. "
T. M. MoILHANEY. Clerk
September 7, 1865.
For Sale at 4his Office.
. a80? Pandp Cabinet Organs,
orty different styles, adapted to .rr
secular music, for $80 to 600 each. THIRTY-FIVE
GOLD or SILVER MEDALS or
lucuiiuuia uwurueu mem. lllus-
iraieu catalogues free. Address, MASON
& HAMLIN, Boston, or MASfW "RRfVPir
ERS, New York. ' 4
September 7, 3865. ly.
Is a concentrated extract of thr rhnm
so cembmcd with other substances of still
greater attractive power as to afford an ef
fectual antidote for diseases Sarsaparilla ii
reputed to cure. Such a remedy fs surely
wanted by those who suffer from Strufirow?
complaints, and that one which will nccom'-'
pnsn tneir cure must prove, as this has of
immense service to this large class or our
afilicted fellow-citizens. How completely
this compound will do it has been proven by
experiment on many of the worst cases to btf
found in the following complaints:
Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings and Soret,
Skin Disease, Pimples, Pustules, Blotche.
Eruptions, St. Anthony's Fiie, Rose or
Erysipelas, Tetter or Salt Rheum, Scald
Head, Ringworm, &c.
Syphilis or Vcnerial Disease is expelled
from the system by the prolonged use ot this
Sarsaparillo, and the patient is left in com
Female Diseases ore caused by Scrofula
in the blood, and are often eoon cured
by this Extract of Sarsaparilln.
Do notdiscard this invaluable medicine,. b&
cause you have been imposed upon by some
thing pretending to be Sarsaparilla, whilo
it was not. When you have used Ayer'
then, and not till then, will you know the
virtues of Sarsaparilla. For minute particu
lars of the diseases it cures, we refer you to
Ayer's American Almanac, which the agent
below named will furnish gratis to all who
call for it.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills, for the cure of Cos
tiveness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, :
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Headache, Pile,
Rheumatism, Heartburn arising from Diior
dered Stomach, Pain, or Morbid Inaction tf
the Bowels, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Worms, Gout,
Neuralgia, and for a Dinner Pll.
They are sugar coated, so that the moit
sensitive can take them pleasantly, and they
are the best Aperient in the world for all
the purposes of n family physic.
Prepared by J. C. AYRE &. CO., Lowell,
Mass., and sold by William Hollinahead,
i:nd Dreher & Bro., Stroudsburg, Pa.
To the Hotel keepers of Monroe and ad
Look to Your Interests ! I !
We. arc offcriug Liquors, Wines. &e,r
warranted jntre, and containing no Drugt,
Oils, Essences, Cc, whatever, at the fol
lowing very low prices :
Brandies from 50c(7r 81 00 per gallon
less than City prices,
Old Bye, 40cGfc.
" Apple 50c(W)$l 00
Wines (all kiuds 50c(l 00 "
Please give us a call, or send your or-'
ders, and satisfy yourselves that we do do
it, that we will do it, aud the reasons
will we can do it.
Also, please remember that wc-do not
hoac any thing to do icith " Drugged" 'Li
quors. Anything you buy from us wo
guarantee Pure, and much below the pri
ces usually paid for the Drugged Liquors.
J. S. WILLIAMS, & Co.,
Stroudsburg, Monroe Co. Pa.
.O THE NERVOUS, DEBILITATED
AND DESPONDENT OF BOTH
SEXES. -A great suffer ha vine been re
stored to health in a few days, after many
Dears of misery, is willing to assist his suf-
fenng fellow-creatures by sendinc (free"), on
the receipt of a postpaid addressed envelope,
a copy of the formula of cure employed.
JOHN M. DAGNALL,
Box 133 Post Office,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Jan. 12, Go. Dm.
F0 YOU WISH to v.v. nnnEni
U DR. BUCIIAN'S Enslisk SveciHc
Pills cura in less than 30 days, the wort
cases of Nervousness, Impotency, Premature
Decay, Seminal Weakness, Insanity, and all
urinary, aexual, Aervous Anections, no
matter from what cause produced. Price,
One Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by
mail, on rcceint of an order. Address,
JAMES S. BUTLER,
Station D. Bible House,
March 17, 1804.
Pulmonary Consumption a Curable Dis
ease ! ! ! .
The undersigned havinir been restored tA
health in a few weeks, by a very simple rem-.
edy, after having suffered several years with
a severe lunar altcctioiu and thai dread dK
seasc Consumption is anxious to mako
known to his fellow-sufferers the means oJ
To all who desire it, he will send a opcy
of the prescription used (free of charge,) with
the directions for preparing and using tho
same, which they will find a sure cure for
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds,.
Couqiis, tec. The only object of the adver
tiser in sending the Proscription is to bene
fit the afilicted, and spread information which
he conceives to be invaluable ; and he hopes
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing tho prescription wilt
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Trial List, Sep. T. 1865.
Supervisors of Middle Smithfield vs.
Van C. Coolbaugh.
David W. Lee vs. Jay Gould.
Engles Admin, vs. Jacoh Stouffer.
John N. Staples vs. D. B. Burnett.
George Krcsgo v. Adam H. Weiss.
Hollinsheads Adm'r. et. nl. vs. BeDja
Day & Woodling vs. Albert and Adan
T. M. MoILHANEY, Proth'y-