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THURSDAY NOVEMBER SO, 1865.
Mr. Lewis L. Heller, of Stroudsburg,
on Monday last, slaughtered a Hog, which
weighed after bciug dressed, 466 pounds.
jCSF'The official returns of the late e
lection in New Jersey, show a majority
for Marcus L. Ward, the Uuiou candi
date for Governor, of 2,790.
JSSyThe price paid for Corn, at most of
the mills in Bucks Couuty, says the
Bucks County Intelligencer, is 75 to SO
cts. per bushel. In Stroudsburg, Corn
sells at $1 05 per bushel.
Bgj,. The Madison House, on Second
Street, Philadelphia, kept by Marmaduke
"Watson & Son, which for a number of
3'cars past has been a popular resort for
Monroe County people visiting the City,
has ceased to exist as a Hotel. The in
ternal arrangements have been demolish
ed; and the building is now being fitted
up to suit the business of a furniture deal
er, into whose hands it has passed.
The Next Democratic Gubernatorial Con
vention. Harrisburg, Now 22. At the meeting' of
the Democratic Slate Central Committee,
last night, it was agreed to call the in.'Xt
Gubernatorial Convention of the Democratic
party on the 5ih of March, 1806, at Harris-
Last week, says the Lewislovvn Gazette
of Nov. 16th, the Court ordered ihe Disiricl
Attorney to prepare bil's ofindicmenlagiinst
several of the Election Boards in Mifiiin coun
ty, which were returned by the Grand Jury
for having taken the votes of illegal voters.
And also against those illegal voters who
voted, or offered to vote, at the late election
This is a move in the right direction and
will settle much of the bickering, ill will
and trouble occasioned at election windows
on every election day. All such offenders
should be punished, and we know ofno coun
ty whet e they are more numerous than in
The Cmmissloner of Internal Revenue
decides that, by the act of June 20, 1S54 us
amended by the act of March 6, louo, there
is imposed a duty of 3 3-5 percent, on State
freestone, marble and building stones of any
other description when dressed, hewn, or
finished, and on marble or other monument
al stones, with or Without inscriptions, six
per cent, advalorem: all stones used in the
outward structure of building bridges, iique
ducts, rerervoirs wharfs, piers, monuments,
fences, &c if hewn or dressed, subject to
the dut3T of 3 3-o per cent, as building stone;
trave stones and all monnmenJal stones,
whether of marble or other material, with or
without inscription, are regarded as manu-
iactures, and subject to an advalorem duty
of six per cent. Monuments, such as the
Bunker Hill Monnmcnt, Washington Mon
umciit, built by private subscription, or at
the public expense to perpetuate the re
membrance ol battles or historic ovents, or
to commemorate the service of heroes, states
men, or public benefactors, are to be regard
ed as structures. The stones which enter
into such monuments maj be taxed as build
ing stones, bat the monuments or structnrct
themselves are not taxable.
A Case of Misplaced Confidence.
A Yong man named Jefferson, clai mine to
have practiced dentistry in Fort Wayne,
Ind., came to this village a few weeks since;
and told a very plausible story to our cit
izens, representing that he had been robbed
of a large amount of money while on a busi
ness trip to New York, and that he was des
titute and without friends. Our people, al
ways sympathizing with the afHicated, gave
him a helping hand, aud by their acts, assis
ted him in once more gaining a footing.
Dr. Brown, our village dentist, feeling nat
urally bound to assist one of his profession,
formed a partnership with him. The upshot
of the whole matter is, that Jefferson decamp,
ed a few days ago, leaving behind him a bad
name, as well as sundry bills unpaid. In
justice to Dr. Brown, it should be said that
he knew nothing of the charaoter of Jefferson:
and that sympathy alone influenced him in
the efforts which he made in his behalf.
It has been ascertained that "Jeffereon's"
real name is Charles S. Custard, and that he
resides in Bushkill, Pj. Evidently he is a
custard made from a bad egg.-Monticcllo
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'pi tnrr vn t ip n.
rents are hifrhlv respectable citinsnfR,, 1..
j uu.i limn o iu.- I
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ptscd, and b' so doing we may put some oth
er community on
duped by the same or
above. Milford Herald.
Soldiers Discharge Pauers.
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u must oe remembered that we have Ire-
quenuy reierreo 10 me attemnt to set una
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Kl'tlom nf lliinl.-ftorit.rr tn cnU.n.n .1 I f
papers, and that we denounced the swindles
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practiced m the matter ot those discharges,
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er auempiea, nut various impostors, nretrav-
ircinnr Tim nnnnlrtr i 1.. .. rl
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a S Sorr10!?6 ge!ilS f
e, lor the purpose of collecting them,
to secure additional bounties for veN
liers. In many cases soldiers have
iiw " -j V-1U.1U1IIJ; tu uc (ijii;iii.s oi
narted with these, to them, invnlnni.t.. ,i..
ments, without even taking a rcceint. nnH -
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they are therefore lost. It may as well ht
said here and now, that no such agents have
uiemseives to oe so are swindlers. Airain
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"fpi'iwiv.u. aim tiiuau whu luyrt'tiuill. I
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nerain thpir nwn li..nflB
Farmers and Stock raisers are url in
Lave their stables thoroun-hlv rJMnRP,i nn,i
to keep thein clean throuffhout the winter eU
us iruani acainst beinrr 1 1 . mi. i , , , , . vou i"imuk uuniuntv uas soiemuiy '
similnr orofessinn. n mu, '" uu? x acer uau uoue in enacted that nolvamv U n Prin.o n Men's, JJojs, and VhiUlrens Boots, . ....
Ihere is considerable d
ttie cattle in some parts of the Uiiited States ed
u.uu itwjciucu 111.1L uiu came pestilence, lw
now prevaleat inEurope.may break'o.it'hc-re was to educate the people, who' would
enless especial care is taJien of stock.. then, see to their lawmakers. This Jud-e
The Soldier's Aid Society of Monroe Co.,
held its final Meeting on the 13th inst
Thanks to our heavenly Father, the cry of
the battle field, the tramp or a hostile army,
the sigh of the wounded ia heard no more in
our land, and the especial services of the
Society are no longer needed. It will now
present an account of its operations ' during
the last year, the work of the preceding
years having been from time to time laid
before the publ c.
ISG5. RECEIVED, 8 cts.
Jan. 1, Collected in Stroudsburg, 51 42
" 15, Money received by a Festival
in Court House 45 67
' 31, Lecture by Rev. Mr. Pierce
Collodion taken 1141
Feb. 22, Monies paid to the Society 4 00
Mar. 22 " ' " 3U7
Apr'l 5, Festival in .Court House,
monies received, 90 00
Also, from the Ladies in the Bo
rough and County at various limes, Linn
cloths, Bandages, Pillows, Sheets, Handker
chief, Socks, Woolen Hose, blurt-, I owels,
Dried Apples, Pears, Peaches, Choiries,
Berries, Onions, Picnics, Crackers, Biscuit,
Dried. Beef, Jellies, Canned Fruit, Apple
Butter, Wines, Blackberry Brandy, Raspber
ry Vinegar, Religious reading.
1865, PAID OUT. 8 cts.
Jan. 9, Bill of goods, Woolen and Cot
ton to be made up lor sick
and wounded soldiers,
Jan. 13, Bill of goods of Mr. Ruster,
Feb. 1, Bill of goods,
" 21, Cotton and Woolen goods
Printing tickets, Mr. Sclioch 1 87
Apr. 7, Paid R. binith for making fires 1 2o
" 13, Bills for sundry articles 12 89
May 24, ) Paid to soldiers wives and
Oct. 30, needy soldiers orpin ns' 7 45
Nov. 15, Sent to the aid of the Freed
mcn and Refugees of the
South 74 36
Feb 22. Sent a Box to the Sanitary Com
mission containing Wrappers,
Woolen Shirts, Drawers, Bandages,
Wnolen Socks, &c, &c.
Sent a Box of Wines, Fruits dried.
" " Onions.
Biscuit and preserved Fruit
One Box Clothing and Fruit
" Onions and 3 kegs Pickles.
" Barrel Rusk, Dried Apples &c.
" Box of Shirts, Drawers, Socks,
Dried Peaches, Plums, &c, one
Package of clothing.
A. M. STOKES, Prest.
THE MANUFACTURING AND MIN
Banquet at Bethlehem Endowment Of
a College and School of Mines Taxation,
Protection, and Education,
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Ihe Permanent Committee on internal
revenue 01 wnicn uic iion. Join oner- .
T .I TT T . 1 Ol
uiau 15 v,iiuu iiiuu, uus iuccuuy maue a
a. 1 I. a. a. i a 1 - 1
wur 01 ooservaiion uirougn me mining
iciuua u! icuiMiiiuuia mi a view iu
tuiiuunu" auuu 1UIU1111.1UUU ;ii hiii cuauic
n..-: !":... .: :u ui
them to legislate intelligently on the great
interest ol mines aud irou manufactures
at the coming bession of Conirrcss. Ihe
Committee finished its labors, yesterday,
having traversed the coal fields betweeu
Pittsburgh, Scranton, and Mnuch Chunk
and after full aud free conference with
those interested in those subjects return
ed to Washington.
Their arrival in the Lehigh Valley
was made the occasion of quite a large
gathering of capitalists interested in
mines, iron mills and railroads, which
iook me jorin oi a campnmeutary cinner
leuuereu io uic IJ.OU. isa racKer, ouc or
the wealthiest aud most
. rt . I
tlemen in Pennsylvania.
recently, with very praiseworthy liberty,
contributed of his means no less than
S50U,000 to establish a College of Litem
ture and Physical Science to be located.
at Dethlehcm, aud his friends testified
appreciation ot his example by a
banquet at the Sun Inn, probably the
most superb ever given in that State
W II. Gatzmer, J. G. Fell. Lewis Aud
enried John N. Hutchinson, Jos. 33.
Van Dueten, David Thomas and John
Smylie, jr., were the committee of arran
gements, and Mr. G rider, the caterer for
Tb..Mr parsed off rl,.,,
uuu iiuui int lujiucusi; UJUUC)UU HJlcieHl?
repressented it cannot fail to have a ben
eficial influence upon the future of the
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couuiry. AuioiiR uie guests weretne
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juh. u.iuu .uwiiicuaci Ul X IlliaUUI
l.iiiu. lieu, v kj. vaicv ui i-ennsyivania,
(; n T nL;f;;; T.,i,r uvir:;
nrr K:itrieiv nf Wicnnncin Sio.mi I '
Ponnoirlronln .T rF ft I
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Parker, James 33. Vandusen, N. S. Den-
tiey and others
in .cv jurh.. :uavor
f XT V t
Michael in reiuruing the thanks .of
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Ol ucuuiriDr vp.:i i mem v nr its mrn
nf n,,t. mnnv
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UVIU ol w-j.oik in response to
hfn!.Stnfllf S.,f nnlnfonUl,.; OI.II..
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ut' ""auoMCICl ulJ'UUi':duiiviuraiD'
11 P 1 r :l I f f 1 1 f 1 ( III til ill! ti ll f.i r.f n ra; i ml twiwi,. 1 '
while New-York was most engrossed iu
- - wU u u. u u u iu vvui u u miUM,
importations and trade. lie had to con
icss tuat our course teuaea to hein other
cuuuines ai our own expense, ana urged
ulyu tl,e iiuty of Juo everything
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needed for our own use.
lr' 11 L" (arey sald ln rcp'y to some
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crnnMriii nl fhr. i.i-w.l.i,..
v. .iiv ujubiuuci V. I1C UUU1L1
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Krnn in tua ,...!;.'.. i, Jb
Orour ,,00(ls iw" " -,Qlfi nnA orJ
" morals and the Comfort, nf MiriSA nr.inml i . ' . . I has nvpr liRfin iiflrfH in tnmn enngictlnr nt fnr r:isli.
more instances man me one they met to thc governuieat makes itself accessory to " '' Glove Kid Polish Boots. onerm rouu.burg, i
r ":"-.. .. . . that crime." Misses' do do do do " uv
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v mi - f '- u
uuua- ""veeu low ana lOD
uiu iiuuureus ot Diast lurnaces
rfr--y-.-J l. r .
'r . se .or M,e ru,Q0US compoti
.'V ,ruQ- ere we had at
.cr. eQd 01 .Ule J-ehigh Valley miues of
coai, iron, ana zinc, and all that was nni.it.
was protection and labor. The wav
Ull"u xationai prosperity surely
r "- M""ii-Y aim UeBUUB.V) Uvn....J HM. . ,
Packer had commenced in a practical
way. His example should be followed.
Speeches were made by Messrs. Picard,
Gatzmer, Judge Strong, W. W. Ketch
urn, Dougherty and McLain when the
meeting terminated in good feeling.
It is astonishing lhatoue of the richest
and most populous portions of the coun
ty should be comparatively unknown to
the reading public. The aggregate pro
duct of coal from three counties pouring
their great mineral wealth through the
Lehigh Valley was nearly 10,000,000 of
tuns. Beside this enormous suui there is
an inexhaustible field of iron ore, which
but for the uncertainties and caprice of
our legislation might be nourishing our
own laborers iustead of those of Eugland.
Already many new iron works are being
erected in the Lehigh Valley. The
largest zinc works in the couutry are now
in full opcrrtion here, and from the prox
imity of the best coal in the world, the
day carjuot be far distant when the irou
manufacture of the Lehigh Valley alone
will equal the present gross product.
One rolling mill at Bethlehem is uow
producing rails superior in quality to the
English, at the same prices, with as much
wort as they have capacitly for. Meas
ures will be introduced into Congress
this Winter for putting the iron interest
on a permanent national basis.
Probable Trouble with the Mormons.
It lias long been apparent to careful ob
servers that grave and serious trouble
must in all probability arise from the es
.stence of polygamy in Utah, and the ar-
rogant pretensions set up by its defenders
Recent information from Salt Lake justi
fics the fear that the feeling of hostility
toward the Government so long entertain
cd by the Mormons is about to culminate
111 opcu denance. It will be remembered
that during the visit of Speaker Colfax
and his party, the Mormon leaders pro
iGssod a lw?:irtv lovaltv to the Government
aud even declared that the abandonment
f rvrtJwrr.,titf tr .o Mrtiin -it nn rtJcfnnt
day, but it uow appears that these were
out ivini; assurances, meant to deceive
their guests, and that a very different tem
per is now manifested, the leaders preach
inr that polygamy is their religion; to
which they will adhere by force of arms
if neccssaay. Ihev denounce the Gov
eouinent of the United States in the most
bitter terms, and unhesitatingly avow their
sympathy with the late rebels. Thus
Smith, one of the twelve apostles, is re-
wi q3 r -k vS i
that "the South was right; the Northern
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army burned and destroyed everything
in the feouth, and abuncd by force all
their women. I hey would be here some
day to treat the fair women of Utah in a
like manner. Old and vonn.r slumld havft
penty 0farms. God would finht their
f ..1 1.1 o . 111 :
battles.and the Saints would be victorious.
-orPflver. Bri.rham Vonn-r liimsfilf. in :i
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mon at the same time, uttered the fol
hwjn, sentences :
;.Tr rMj fn fii,f. ,i, anrrn.
prnninnr n U:1J , s ,n , mrs -,n,l rlfl
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44 44 u 7 IwLUUj . 11 VI UUI UiUIJUIUUj il UU J iUIJ t-Jf
of it, aud cannon too. and would use them
He was ,fon it !" The Governor of thi
territory was useless and con'.d do noth
ing. He (Driiraiu) was the real Gover
nor of this people, and by powers of the
most Iligh he would be Governor of this
Territory forever .and ever. If the Gen
tiles did not like this thp.v onnld Ip.iva
and ro to hell. Nine tenths of the neo
pie of the territory were Southern sym
pathizers, the North was wrong, and the
people sympathized with the South,"
S0Uf the we known correspondent of trib-
n rorw;n prnm c.,n T.ol- nu,r
" ""o 4w jsK, wiuoio
the subject is one of grave importance
and ought to be minutely understood
If the condition of things in Utah was
thoroughly comprehended by every
nonsRlinin in TUP Innrl ir. wrmln nrnniipn 1
:in fivnrwliftlm;n.r r.nhHn .n;mAnr hinh
.woud force Congress and the Adminis
tnit;on ;ritn npw nMIi flrPf.fiv
Indeed it would excite so much indi&rna
tion that wc should be
should be very likely to act
harshness and soventy, with
. ..o.uc.ab.uU iu. aiuc. ity
aud honest intentions of those misguided
I m:i5;s ;ml t-fn minv nP tlinJr nnminql
lc - i;et7re;apUUla,e7
1. Drigham and his associates are liv-
;n,r :., nnnn rfpfiant. .vinlnfinn nr fi, ujh.
Lfthe TTDit;d Sttes
r iwjv-w. mvwavVWU V H V i4 1 1 J I
. Thw nm tPhin n,o!r rnii
)micn hn.t Mr fr.
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r.nni 0,i !, .: j r
rcs:sti"" borce ot arms attempt to
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m.,i. ,n l-ivrr nnar t i ,r
3. They are drilling and arming the en-
i ni, r2-..Ia i .11
iu importaUi( federal officers men who
jlijo VUYCMJIIltJIJl. IllilUUS IlllU KCUJIS
ujgruntiv violate the law aud svstemati-
ca.jK perjarc tiietuselvcs in takiog tlie oath
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uu- UBVuues uie Puo,,c ,Qter-
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o u u t;i u iiai il iit;i i i v rinr. nil i v urn inn
. JJlUUlftUIV Willi
those made bv Mr. Cn U:,x in hU ,,..,
J 1 - ' v.v.v.uk
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reveal a condition of affairs which can
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hardly fail to attract public atteution.-
It would seem that Congress cauuot lori"
er saiely delay some decisive action iu
reterencc to this subject. The law which
pronounces polv-amy a crime, should be "
repealed and Utah left to the action of the
natural laws of trade travel and educa-
o ui uuue. iraci anu euuta-
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Wi" see Uiai ine laws are faithfully
viiiii t r r n it Arw
uuirJ cannot atiord to
have laws upon its statutebook onenlv
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violated in the interest of a mischievous
and debasing instiutiou like
policy is adon
and the sooner a decisive
ted the better it will be for all nar ties
The receipts from internal revenue on. the
Parson Brownlow on his Mnscle.
A Nashville dispatch says that on the 18th
insit., Governor Brownlow had an encounter
ilrith .1 cumin of Rebel soldiers at Franklin,
Tenn. One of them had begged alms of
Mrs. Brownlow on the ground ot naviug
fought for the Confederacy. Upon her tel
ling him she could not give him anything
for such a reason as that, he grew angry
and cHrsed her, when the Governor learned
of the affair he went in search of the offender,
whom he found in company with another
Rebel soldier, who made common cause with
him. The Governor whipped them both
As Sheriff Godshalk, at Easton, accom
panied by two deputies, went to look up
the prisoners in the Jail at that place, on
Monday evening the 20th instant, he was
knocked down and together with his com
panions was overpowered by several of
the inmates. Two of them, one named
Arail, confined for burglary, and another
called Jack Shipman, commtted for high
way robbery, succeeded in making their
escape, and at last accounts were still at
The coal trade shows the same dullness
that has receutly characterised other
branches ot busincs. 1 here was a large
sale of Scranton coal at auction, in
New York, on Wednesday last, which
showed a great falling off in prices
since the October sales. The different
kinds of coal at from 1 to 82,50 per
J ,le8S than th.e. previous month. The
b,ddlS was spiritless and the prices ob-
ItllUUU WUIU IllUbU UtlUII IT1IUU TTllO U1JW
cipated by the sellers. About 25,000
tous were disposed of. In Philadelphia
the price declined somewhat .last week,
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JU nisi, uutuiuay uigut a uuigiauuus
ittempt was made to enter Meylcrt's
o.tuK at ccrauLuu. xumr.men, equippen
o.i- x o t .
with e'g"1- buudred pounds weight of
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suPunor luo,s g:""eu an enirance ai, uie
Side dOOr UUd COIlimenCCd
the vault. Mr. Scranton aud Mr. Chit-
tendon both have offices over the Bank,
It so happened that they had occasion to
be out toiiether uncommonly late that
niirlir. in rhn w:iv hnnin ;!r. ftcrnntnn
stepped into his office, leaving Mr. Chit-
tenden outside on the side-walk. The
burglars heard Mr. Scranton overhead.
One of them came to the tudc door
seeinL' Mr. Chittenden. rave the alarm.
He and his associates fled, leaving their
whole set of tools behind them. Mr.
Chittenden did not identify cither of the
um"e ot l,lc
u luey cucciuanv escapca.
The total receipts from Internal Revenue
since the 30th of June, amount to 146,500,-
At the M. 33. Parsonage, on Saturday,
Nov. 2o, by Kev. W. J. Paxson, George
II. Walters, and Eliza J. Treible, both of
On the evening of the same day, by the
same, lmeuu Watrous ana Uattic J.
Slote, both of Wayne Co. Pa.
The Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Orcrans.
forty different styles, adapted to sacred and
secular music, for SS0 to $000 each. THIR-
TY-FIVE GOLD or SILVER MEDALS, or
other first premiums awarded them. Illus
trated Catr.logties free.' Address, MASON
& IIAMLLX, Boston, or MASON BROTH
ERS, New York.
September 7, 18G5. ly,
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i uiuuua; v uuuduiuuuuu ti 0U14U1C jjlm
ease ! ! I
health in a few weeks, by a very simple rem-
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Priv ntfpr hnvincr Aiittornrl covom 1 uonre tvith
a severe lunfr affection, and that ArpA A-
seasc Consumption is anxious to makt
known to his fellow-sufferers the means ei
of the prescHptlon used(frceofc, )wlkn
the dllTecVlonls for preparing and usinjr the
rn n .,.!. .1 : : i. ...mi ,
nrnivi rmrr ntiH trTtrv
mc, which they will find a sure cure for
I'ovsiJMTvrinv. As-ttim T?nnv,iT,o rTT,
jf. Tt. 1.. . 1
.hTdhg -ZTil Soni"
ntinn it: in Un.
fit the afflicted, and spread information which
conceives to he invalnnhl,- nnrlho !,
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
' 7 ww.ti
cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Save Your Money !
By buying of CHARLES B.KELLER,
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uie loiiowinjr nameo su oerior artic es e dean
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Women's Jloroco Polish do
misses' do do do
Children's do do do
These are a new and beautiful stvl nf
Eadies Boots of the finest quality, and just
BU," - U ,ur yoiu wuauier. ai.-o, a line assort-
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. U3l3lU! ". ,or vvomen, Misses
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" sonmGnt ad
t i 1 . cnnuren.
T J.ave also a f;ne ncconnifint. nf
together with Stock-
,a quantity of the best aualitv of
Heavy and Light SOLE-LEATHER ; to-
ffether with a Jot of the hst. W an.l
ii, jliiiiiiim, jjiiiuinyss,
Lasts, Boot-Trees of all sizes, Thread Wax
iatis, rmcers,.i'uuches, Jiyelet-set, and Eye-
let ts,. Peg Cutters-and Shoemakers Ink, &.C.J
&c Store opposite Marsh's Hotel.
CHARLES B. KELLER
Stroudsburg, Nov. 30, 1665.
For Sale at this. Office.
for Cash. I have the fines, or.mnnr 'H?t, one JjrarneUarn afa leet by 3d feet
i i j 1 1 r 1 1 m ii.il -N lift tin gin itg-
- - Duffs College.
No. 37th Fifth Street,
TUITION FEE NEVER CHANGED.
FORTY DOLLARS PAYS FOR
THE FUEL GRADUATING COURSE.
rjIME UNLIMITED, IIS
Lectures Upon taw, Ethics,
Detecting Counterfeit Money.
Other Colleges have either advanced their
tuition fee to $50, or charges 10 to $15
extra for Penmanship. Their books and
Stationery, also, costing from $12 to $20
ours cost but $5.
Duff's original plan of business Edu
cation, as taught in this city for about
twenty-five years, from his own sysrems of
Book Keeping, which are sanctioned by the
American Institute and Chamber of Com
merce, and other competent authorities of
hvw v.irK- as thn most nerfect svstems in
use. with W. II. Duff's First Premium
Business and Ornamental Penmanship
DAY AND EVENING CLASSES.
rt w:ii i)R fanm hv nroner innuirv that
this is the0nly College of the kind in the
Unio conducted by an experienced Merck-
laill, UI1U WUUaC 1 tlllliail 1SU tltllliwU ULLUUIll
(KTMerchants, steamers anu bankers can
always obtain thoroughly educated account-
UIU5 UII iiLmuuauuii at uui uuiuc.
IW muou uwimi.s uui v-n-guiii. uu vn-
. - ...jnin(t nn n.ilKno nf n.,r
Pm, ' 'r slv n,i P " . With Samnles
J ... j , ,
0foar Penman's Business and Ornamental
iiTritinsr. must enclose TWENTY-FIVE
P. DUFF & SON, Pittsburgh, Pa.
07-We will mail any person enclosing
us $2, a copy of either our Mercantile or
Steamboat Book Keppmg post-paid.
ivovember 611, lbbo.
J nmot&V O l All
XiU.lOlUI O lWlllAA
J"OTICE is hereby given to all persons
X interested in the estates of the rcspec
interested 111 the estates of t
tivc decedents, that the following accounts
have been filed in the Keyister's office 0
Monroe County, aud will be presented for
nnnfirm!tixnn J i, nPfcW fWfoM
county, at Stroudsburg, on Moiuhiy, th
25th day of December, 18G5, at 10 o
clock, A. M.
Account of James Place, Guardian o
Theodore Bush, son of John Y. JJusli
1'inai Account 01 JiiastDurn werkiicis
er, Administrator of Valeutine Werkhei
Account of John II. Chambers, Trus
tee appointed bv the Orphans Court o
Monroe County to sell Ileal JDstate o
roonn . namucrs, deceased
First account of Charfea- ITuffsniith
Executor &c. of Jacob Iluffsmith, dee'd
Accountof Henry Wcrkheiser, Admin
istrator of lienry Wcrkheiser, deceased
Account of Jonas iScvhart, lxccutor
&c. of Aaron Ilartman, deceased.
Account of Sydenham Walton, Admin-
istrator &c. of Converse Haines, dee'd.
Account of Johu Wilson, Admiuistra
tor &c. of John Wolbert, dee'd.
Account of I'etcr Gilbert. Administra
tor &c. of 33phraim Christmau, dee'd
Account of Peter Gilbert, Administra
tor &c. of George Michael Heiutz, dee'dj
Account of Samuel Gulick, Adminis
trator &c. of Catharine Gulick, dee'd
Account of David Miller, Executor &c
of Mary Loder, dec d.
iKegistcr's Olnce, Stroudsburg
November 30, 1805.
me directed, issued
mon Pleas of Monr
Bv virtue of a writ of veil. ex. de terris, to
out of the Court of Com-
mnil I ons OT AiniirnP I .omiTV I will iYnncn
! a T Ml
to sale, at public vendue, or outcry, on
, , ,
luv.the. Uith fimi of hVhrunrn
u j n 1
k u uiuun iu iiiu niiurnutill, ai Uie OUn
. ..!!. : .1 CI .L rt .
J0U!!eIi ,H. thc B?rough of Stroudsburg,
the following described property, to wit
. . - a , - . .
township, Monroe County, adioininr lands of
Jacob bmith, Abraham Tucker, George
Steen, Melchoir-Smith, and others, contain
One 81 11 11 (I red Acres
more or less, fifty cres cleared, of which
twenty acres arc meadow. Bilance timber
The improvements are one
'one and a hiilf Ftorms hirrli. 94. fpor Uv n
r. . " ' P"' 7
, 'c Vuue.
1 ' loro ,c o lt 1 Ji . .. .1 !
w... M ..wt . i,aveui.iu(i tio iiitj ui uu
rsnififl mill InbPtl in oviuinlmn I .n..n
LINFORD MARSH, Sheriff.
New Liveiy Stable.
Having purchased the Stock lately
owned by J. E. W. Miller, we take this
"FFi tunny 10 uouiy me puDiic general-
A. ' f A 1 . 11
y mat we nave added considerable new
stock - to the same. Uur stable is in the
rear of Mr. George Fable's Store where
we are prepared to hire
Horses and Carriages, fer
at the lowest cash mfoq flm- li
I " WUt AAUIUWU Ui y
safe. fasfc anA n(l nnA n.ir t-oliinloc
. u:.I T.
' p-wMwj I KIVilWC
' ' '
... , . '
WI" be aiwajs on hand to drive our cus-
luula 10 any piace. u aesirea. vio pains
w' - - be spared to give satisfaction to all
who may favor us with tueir patronage.
Please call and see us, and give us the
pleasure ol showing you-our stock.
Stroudsburg, Noy. 30: 1.8G5.
Whereas, the Hon. George R. Barrett
President Judge of the 22d Ju- cial District of
Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of
Wayne, Pike, Monroe and Carbon, and Abra
ham Levering and Jeremy Mackey. Esqr't
Associate Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas of the County of Monroe, and by vir
tue of their offices, Justices of the Court of
Oyer and Terminer and General Jai! delive
ry and Court of General Quarter Sessions in
and for the said County of Monroe, have is
sued their precept to me commanding thatc
a Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace and T
Common Plens, and Court of Oyer and Ter-'
miner and Ueneral Jail Delivery and Or
phan's Court, for the said County of Monroe
to be holden at Stroudsburg, on the 25th day
of December, 1865, to continue one week: "
Is hereby given to the Cononer, the Justice'
of the Peace, and Constables of the said coun
ty of Monroe, that they be then and there
ready with their rolls, records, inquisitions
examinations and other remembrances to do
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 be then and there
to prosecute or testify us shall be just.
(God save the Commonwealth.)
L1NFORD MARSH, Sheriffi
Sheriffs Office Strntid6burg, )
Nov. 50, 1605. J
Our Gun hits (he Mark Evt ry tiae
DON'T YOU SEE THE FUR FLY.
Do you want to buy a good IJat, Cap, or
set of Furs 'i
IF YOU DO,
Go to Pauli's Hat Store, opposite the
Post Oihce, where you will always find a
good assortment of I3ats, Caps and Furs,
at prices to suit all.
Of these facts you can be convinced
by calling as directed.' llemember the
place, J. A. FAULTS- Hat Store,
Opposite the Post Office,
N. 33. Thc highest cash prices paid
for all kinds of shipping Furs
November, 23, 18155.
.18 ClothingL iiT:
Of the latest styles and best qualities at
23auJi'N SlnS Si ore.
AThis being a branch of 11. C Isle's
li'ilj01othing establishment of Easton,
the citizens of Monroe Couuty cair
now purchase the same quality and at the
same prices as though they bought in.
Easton. All goods sold as low here as at:
Easton. All are invited to come and ex
amine the latest styles. Don't forget the?
PAULI'S HAT STOKE;'
opposite the Post Office.
iov. 23. 1SG5. Pv. C
By virtue of a writ of lev. facias, tc
me directed, issued out of the Courtrof Com
mon Pleas of Monroe County, I will exposo-
. 1 in.
10 eaie, iii jmnuu venuue, on
Saturday, the IQth of December,
18G5, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, nt tho
Court House, in the borough uf Str.uJabnrg,,
the tollowing described real estate, tn wit:
All that certain tractor piece of land, sitimte-
in Barrett township, in si id County, surveyed'
on a Warrant to Joseph Bingham, numbered'
on the Commissioner's Books of said Countr
No. 29G, containing
137 Perches and allowances. There; r
forty Acres cleared, of which ten Acres urn
meadow. Balance Timber Land.
Thc improvements are one
one and a h If stories hiffh. 22 feet bv 30
feet with Kitchen attached 1G by 16 feet.
One LUC JlAllN 2G feet by 40 feet. One
Frame Stublc 18 feet by 20 feet.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of George Kienz, and to be sold by mo
LINFORD MARSH, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Stroudsburg, )
Nov. 23, 18G5.
By virtue of a writ of ven. ex de ter
ris to me directed, issued out of the Court of-'
CommoifPleas of Monroe County, I will ex
pose to sale, at public vendue, on
Saturday the 1 6lh of December,
1865, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the
Court House, in the borough of Stroudsburg,
the following described re.il estate to wit:
All that certain tractor piece of land sit
uate in Price township, Monroe County, ad
joining lands of Josiah B. Snow, land in
Wamntee name of James Place, and land
of Zalmau Snow, containing
and 100 Perches, from 8 to 10 Acres cleared,
balance timber land. There are 3 or 4 A
The improvements are one Frame
one and a half stories high, 1G feet by IB
feet. Log Stable 20 feet by 18 feet. There
ia a spring of water near the door, and, a
number of fruit trees on the premises.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of John Snow and to be sold by. me, for."
LINFORD MARSH, Sheriff..
Sheriff's Office Stroudsburg, ' i-
Nov. 23, 1865. J "