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A negro died at St Albans, Vt., last week
Itfr.. Trumble, on the 15th inst., offered r
TPRRlntmn Tn the Tennessee Senate, declar
ing that Jefferson Davis and other Southern
leaders ought to sutler tnc extreme penalty
of the Jaw.
T the Hotel keepers of Monroe and ad
Look to Your Interests! ! !
"We are offering Liquors, Wines. &c.,
warranted pure, and containing no Drugs,
Oils, Essences, dc, whatever, at the fol
lowing very low prices :
Brandies from 50c$l 00 per gallon
less than City prices,
bins 50c75c. "
Bourbon Whiskey,40c(to65c. "
Old Bye, 40c(rt;G5c.
Apple 50c()$l 00 "
Common 15c(25c. ""
IVines (all kinds oOeCl 00 "
, Please give us a call, or send your or
3crs, and satisfy yourselves that we do do
it, that we icill do it, and the reasons
ichy we can do it.
Also, please remember that ice do not
hvae anything to do icith "Drvgacd" Li
quors. Anything 'ou buy from us we
guarantee Pure, and much below the pri
ces usually paid lor the Drugged Liquors.
J. S. WILLIAMS, k Co.,
Stroudsburg, Monroe Co. Pa.
J-iilj 27, 1865.
Came to the premises of the sub
scriber, Stroud towuship. during
the latter part of October, 1865, a RED
BULL, one year old last spring. No
marks noticed about him.
The owner or owners thereof, is reques
ted to come forward, prove property, pay
charges and take him away, or he will be
disposed of according to law.
Auditor's IN otice.
Kit at t nj JOUX D. KCK, deceased.
The undersigned appointed by the Or
phans' Court of Monroe, Auditor to re
port distribution of the funds in the
bands of Theodore Brodbcad, Executor
of the last Will of John I. Eek, dee'd
will attend to the duties of bis appoint
ment, on Friday. December 15, 1805, at
two o clock P. M., at the Prothonotary
office in Stroudsburg, when aud where
all persons interested and having claim?
gainst said fund will present the same.
or be forever debarred from coming in
for any share thereof.
TIIOS. 31. McILHANEY.
Nov. 1G, 1S65. Auditor
TO SELL KETTELL'S ONE VOL. HIS
TORY OF THE REBELLION.
The only work, every page of which lias
feeen prepared for the pres since the close
of the war. The popularity of this work has
bo parallel. One general Agent for the
Subscriptions per day on thn average through
the week. The canvass has but just begun,
yet we have
Orcr 50,000 Subscribers.
At the rate we arc now selling, our list will
ke over 200,000 the first year. So flatter
ing is the prospect, we ordered paper for
before a book was bound. It is the work
Full, Complete, and Reliable, Price $4.50,
aly about half the price of other Histories
in proportion to the amount of reading. Our
Agents report a very general desire in the
public Jo exchange the Two Vol. work for
this. Illustrations arc numerous and beauti
ful, from steel plates. The work is now
ready for delivery. Address
"L. STE'BBLVS, Hartford, C6nn.
November 9, 1805.
The subscribers, heirs at law of .Moses
Shoemaker, dee'd, late of the township of
Pahaquarry, in the county ot Warren, and
State of New Jersey, will sell at public sale,
at the late residence of said de'cd, in Baid
Thursday, the lA'ih day of December
next, all the Real Estate whereof said de
ceased died seized, consisting of three tracts
of land, situate in the township of Pahaquar
rv. No. 1 is the HOMESTEAD FARM, of
raid deceased, situate at Shoemaker s Lddy,
on the Delaware River, and odjoining lands
of Samuel Shoemaker, and others, containing
104 Acres of land, more or less, in which
are included 30 acres on Opoxno Island in
the Delaware River. The improvements
are a TWO STORY MANSION HOUSE,
a tenant House, two Barns and other, out
buildings. There is a good r erry over tne
Delaware annexed to the said Farm, which
will be sold with it. A hotel was formerly
kent bv said deceased on the premises, and
its location adjacent to tire sard Eddy, makes
it a good tayern stand. The lands are all
improved and in an excellent state of culti
vation, and are of the best quality of river
No. 2 adjoins lands of Samuel Shoemaker
and J. Michael, and contains abOat 50 acres
ef land, all under cultivation, part of which
A river bottom and part upland, and all an
excellent quality of iaruv lafid. There are
a Lime Kilo and a quarry of good Lime
Stone' on the premisos, also good water in
No: 3 is a tract of Wood Land, adjoining
lands of Samuel Shoemaker and others, con
taining 242 acres, more or less, lying within
ft quarter of a mile of the Delaware River,
ind easy accessible. The premises are heav
ily timbered with oak and Chestnut timber:
The premises will be sold in parcels to suit
parchPBera. Terms will be easy. Persona
wishing to view the premises before tli'c day
of sale, will call on Abni. Slioeriialfer'oh the
Henry Shoemaker, John V. Shoemaker,
Abm. Shokmaker, Daniel W. Shoemaker
Sarah SHOEMAKER, Maria N. Overkielp.
Novetnfeer 2,, 1865.
1865. NOVEMBER. 1865.
EAST0N HALL OF FASHION.
OPPOSITE THE OLD E ASTON BANK,
The Largest Stock !
The Tastiest Styles! The Best Quality
of Work! The Lowest Prices! The
Best Cutter ! The Most Obliging
Salesmen! Are to be found
at this Establishment !
R. C. PYLE, Proprietor.
CFIAS. W. BAClIMANj
The undersigned offers for sale, a com
nlele sett of Timnans Tools in irood order. !
1.. . A,...,I ,.. ..A - 1.,,.1.. I
Coal Stove. For terms ifce., apply to
E. S. C. HORN.
Stroudsburg, Nov. 2, 1SG5.
Money Wanted! j
The undersigned hereby gives notice (
to all indebted to him on book account,
or by Note, to call and pay up without!
1 .!.... I
Stroudsburg, Nov. 2, 18G5.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CHARLES 0AXF0BD & SONS.
Have now open their large and splen
did stock ot
LADIES' FUR CAPES,
Also the finest assortment of FANCY
FUKJtOllES, CAPS, MOFFLEttS, and GLOVES
ever before offered by them, all of which
are warranted to be as represented.
SHIPPING FURS BOUGHT.
October 20, lSOo.-lui.
Section 83, of the act to provide "In
ternal Revenue," &c , as by amendment
of -March 8d, 1?05, provides that upon
the amounts, quantities, aud values of
produce, goods, wares, merchandise and
articles produced or manufactured and
sold or delivered, the manufacturer or pro
ducer thereof, shall pay to the Collector of
Internal Revenue within his district,
monthly within (10) ten days from the
20th of each monfli, the duties on such
products or manufactures.
Aud for neglect to pay such duties
within said (10) tea days the amount of
such duties, with the addition prescribed
(LOprr cent penalty, costs, Cc.,) may be
levied upon the real and personal prop
erty of any such producer or manufac
turer." Section 5 of the amendment of March
3, 18G5, imposes, in addition to the du
ties before prescribec, ''an increase of ouc
flfth or 20 per cent, of the duties or rates
of duty now provided whether ad valorem
Government Funds ouly received.
E. T. FOSTER, Collector.
11th District, Pa.
June 15, 1865.
M. M. Burnett, has returned from
the City with a large slock of
and a splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, C ASSIMERES AND VESTINGS.
all of whicb will be sold at the lowest
I can offer customers first-rata bargains,
as goods have advanced since my frne
stock was purchased. Call and examine
my stock. Store on Elizabeth St., next
door to the M. E. Church.
Stroudsburg, May 1865.
STEPHEN HOLMES, JR.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SURVEYOR AND CONVEY ATNCJfiiv,
Office Willi S. S. Drelior. Esq.
N. B. Special attention paid to the filing
of Pension papers, and the collection of hack
pay, and bounties of soldiers.
Stroudeburg, Oct. 9, 1862:
The Newest Goods!
JOHN BO WEN,
Late of N. Y. City
The undersigned Auditor appointed by
the Orphans' Court of Monroe County, to
make distribution of the balance remain
ing in the hands of Simon Labar, assignee
of Frederick P. Miller, to and among the
creditors, will attend to the duties of his
appointmeut, on Tuesday, the 5th day of
December uext, at 10 o'clock A. M., at
his office, in the Borough of Stroudsburg,
when and where all parties interested,
can attend, and present their claims, or
be forever debarred from coming in for a
share of said funds.
JOHN DeYOUNG, Auditor.
October 2G, 1865.
rni . l r J I J! i ' a - J i
i xnc unucrsignea Auuiwr appoiuicu oy
the Orphans' Court of Monroe County, to
j make distribution of the balance remain
ing in the hands of David Shannon, ad
ministrator of the estate of Horatio S.
Howell, dee'd. will attcud to the duties
i of hisappointmentjon Friday, the first day
of December next, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
at the office of William Davis. Esa.. in the
! Borough of Stroudsburg, when and where
all parties interested can attend and be
heard, or be debarred from coming in for
their share of said fund.
JOHN B. STORM, Auditor.
October 26, 1865.
BOOT km SHOE STORE.
f It M. L. DRAKE'S
New Boot ami Shoe Store
And improve the understanding by a neat
fitting BOOT, SHOE, or GAITER.
With the understanding neatly and
comfortably clothed, you may proceed on
your journey in life clothed in your
right niiud, directing others to the same
place, that they may eujoy a like blessing
Store on Elizabeth Street, opposite the
Express Office, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Sept. 28, 1805.
' AGENTS WANTED.
To canvass the new steel engra
Biai ly Days of Washington, dec.
Ferrograph Cartes de Yiste or uUitum
At greatly reduced prices.
SPECIAL TERMS TO DISABLED SOL
DIERS. Send for Catalogue with terms, kc.
JOHN DAINTY, Publisher,
15 S. Sixth St. Philadelphia, Pa.
October 26 1865.
Important' notice to Landlords and all
others in want of
at very low prices.
The uiidersigridtr having recently open
ed a- LIQUOR STORE rri the room for
merly occupied by Mr. Robt. R. Depuy,
Stroudsburg. are prepared to offer Li-
Iquous; Wines, &c., at prices ranging
from 25 Cts. to 51 UU per gallon less than
., ,..) ntn1Uti pni hn mirrhn&p.d, at in
Lilt, SUH IjUUUlJ v j
the. cities. Wd also mkirantcd ill' every
i iiistaiicc, oiir Liquors pure, ana free from
all Drugs and compounds, ana coraiaiiy
invite Land Lords and all others in want
smtfthinir in our line, to favor us with
a eall, otyif more convenient, their orders,
which will always be met with prompt at
tention, and in either case pnr6 Liquors
guaranteed at a great saving oj money.
We also, especially call attention to our
Raspberry and Strawberry Syrups,
which for richness of flavor and tasto,
cannot be surpassed.
J. S. WILLIAMS, & Co.
Stroudsburg, July: 13; 1865.
The Only Known Remedy for
Irritation of the Neck of the Bladder, In-
flatiiatton of the Kidney s (Ja'arrh oj
the Bladder, Slranguary or pain
For these diseases it is trulv a sovereign
remedy, and too much Cannot be said in its
praise. A single dose has been Sntiwn to
relieve the most urgent symptoms.
Are vou troubled with that distressing
pain in the small of the back and through
the hins 1 A teaspoonfull a day of Helm
bold's Buchu will relieve you.
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
T mnkc no secret of ingredients. Helm-
hnld's Extract Rticliu is comDOScd of Buchll.
Cubebs, and Juniper Berries, selected with
great care, prepared in vacuo and according
to rules of
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY.
These ingredidnts arft known as the most
valuable Diuretics afforded.
Is that which acts upon the kidneys.
HELMBOLD'S EXTKACT BUCHU
Is nleaeant in taste and odor, free from all
injurious properties, and immediate in its ac
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL,
See Medical Properties contained in Dis-
pensMory of the U. S., of which the follow
ing is a correct copy :
"Bur.hu. Its odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish, and
analogous to that of mint. Il is given chief
ly in complaints of the Urinary Organs, ecch
as Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the Bladder,
Morbid Irritation of the Bladder and Urethra,
Diseases of the Prostrate, and Retention or
the Inrontinence of Urine, from a loss of
tone in the parts concerned in its evacuation,
It has also been recommended in Dyspepsia,
Chronic Rheumatism, Butaneous Affections,
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION,
See Professor Dewees' valuable works on
the Practice of Physic.
St-e Remrks made by the celebrated Dr,
Physic, of Philadelphia.
Se any and all Standard VYorKs on Medi
IN THE WORLD.
I am acauainted with H. T. Helmbold : he
occupied the drug Btore opposite my resi
dence, and was successful in conducting toe
business where others had not been equally
so before him. I have been favorable im
pressed with his character and enterprise.
(Firm of Powers & Weightman,)
'Ninth" and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
From the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin.
We are gratified to hear of the continued
success, in New York, of our townsman.
Mr. H. T. Helmbold, DrugL'i.-t. His ttore,
next to the Metropolitan Hotel, is 2S feel
ront, 230 feet dcep,and five storiestn height.
I is certainly a grand establishment, and
speaks favorably of the merit of his articles.
He retains his Office and Laboratory in tins
city, which are also model establishmenta ot
The proprietor has been induced to muke
this statement from the fact that hi remedies,
although advertisted, are
GEN UINEP RE PAR ATIONS,
And, knowing that the intelligent refrain
rom using any thing pertaining to Quack
ery, or the Patent Medicine order most of
which arffprepared- by self-styled .Dortors,
who are too ignorant to fead a physician's
simpiesl prescription, much less competent
to prepare pharmaceutical preparations.
These Parties Resort
to various means of efFectins sales, such
as copying pirts ofndvertisements of popular
remedies, and finishing with certificates.
The Science of Medicine stands
PURE, MAJESTIC, having Jact for its
Basis, Induction for its Pllar,.. J-ruth alone
for its Capital. '
A WORD OF CAUTION.
Health is most important : and the nfllicfcd
should not use an advertised medicine, or
ny remedy, unless its contents or ingredients-
. . .i i
are Known io ouier uusme wn; iniiuuiiiciuiui,
or until they are satisfied of the qualifications
the party so offering,-
FLUID EYTRACT BUCHU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAP'ARILLA,
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
Established upwards of 16 years.
Prepared by H. T. HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD'S DRUG, AND CHEMI
CAL WAREHOUSE, 5U4 Mroad
way, Arcw York.
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DE-
POTj 104 South Tenth-Street, Phil
SOLD SY ALL DRWGGJSTS.
October 10,. 1865.
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease,. a corruption of the
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. Btirtjj in the circulation, it
pervades the whole body, and may burst out in
disease on any part of it. No orgiui is free from
its attacks, nor is there one which it may not
destroy.' The scrofulous taint is variously caused
by mercurial disease, low livfnfr, disordered or
unhealthy food, impure air, filth, and filthy
habits, the depressing vices, end, above all, by
the venereal infection. Whatever be its origin,
it is hereditary in the constitution, descendinpr
'2 from parents to children unto the third and
fourth generation;" indeed, it eccms to be-thc
rod of Uim who says, " I will visit the iniquities
of the fathers upon their children."
Its effects commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tnbordes ; in the glands, swellings ; and on the
surface,, crtfpi .ions or sorc. This foul cornip
tio:i, winch' gcildCrs. in the blood, depresses the
energies of life, s-o that scrofulous constitutions
not only suffer from scrofulous complaints, but
they have fa? less power to withstand the attacks
of other diseased: consequently, vast numbers
jwrisli by disorders which, although not scrofu
lous in their nature arc still rendered fatal by
this taint in the system. Most of the consump
tion which decimates the human family has its
origin directly iri' this scrofulous contamination ;
and many destructive diseases of the liver, kid
neys, brain, and, indeed, of all the organs, arise
from or arc aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people arc scrofulous ;
t!icir persons arc invaded by this lurking infec
tion, and their health is undermined by it. To
cleanse it from the system we must renovate the
blood by an alterative medicine, and invigorate
it by healthy food and exercise. Such a medi
cine" wc lupply in
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every-where
prevailing -and fatal malady It is combined
from the most active remcdials that have been
discovered for the expurgation of this foul disor
der from the blood, and the rescue of the sys
tem from its destructive consequences. Hence
it should be employed for the cure of not ,ohly
scrofula, but also those other affections which
arise from it, such as Eruptive and Skin Dis
eases, St. Anthoxy's Fire, Rose, or Ery
sipelas, Pimi'les, Pustules, 13i.ot.ches
Blains and Boils, Tujiors, Tetter and
Salt Rheum, Scald Head. Ringworm,"
Rheumatism, Syphilitic and Mercurial
Diseases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Derility,
and, indeed, all Complaints arising mom
Vitiated or Impure Blood. The popular
belief in " impurity of the blood" is founded hi
truth, for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood.
The particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsa
parilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid
without which sound health is impossible in
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIC
arc so composed that disease within the range of
their action can rarely withstand or evade them.
Their penetrating properties search, and cleanse,
and invigorate every portion of the human or
ganism, correcting its diseased action, and restor
ing its healthy vitalities. As a consequence of
these properties, the invalid who is bowed down
with pain or physical debility is astonished to
find his health or energy restored by a remedy
at once so simple and inviting.
Not only do they cure the cvery-day com
plaints of every body, but also many formidable
ami dangerous diseases. The agent below named
is pleased to furnish gratis my American Alma
nac, containing certificates of their cures, and
directions for their use in the following com
plaints : Costiveness, Heartburn, Headache aris
ing from a disordered Stomach, Naiisca, Indiges
tion, Pain in and Morbid Inaction of the Bowels,
Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, Jaundice, and other
kindred complaints, arising from a low state of
the body or obstruction of its functions.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
FOR the rapid cure of
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness,
Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Consump
tion, and for the relief of Consumptive
Patients in advanced stages of the dis
ease. So wide is the field of its usefulness, and so
numerous arc the cases of its cures, that almost
every section of country abounds in persons,
publicly known, who have been restored from
alarming and even desperate diseases 6f the
lungs by its tisc.- "When once' tried, its superi
ority over every other medicine of its kind is too
apparent to escape observation, and where its
virtues- arc known-, the public no longer hesitate
what antidote" to employ for the distressing and
dangcaons- affections of the pulmonary Organs
that arc incident to our climate. While many
inferior' remedies thrust upon the community
have failed and been discarded, this has gained
friends by ever trial, conferred benefits on the
afflicted tficy can never forget, and produced
cures too" numerous and too remarkable to be
Dlt J. C. AYER & CO.,
William HollUishead, Dreher & Bro.
Stroudsbure. Pa., also, bv Drujrfrists nor:
iiealers-in Medicine everywhere. At whole-
sale by J. M. Maris, &, Co., l-uiladeipma.
September 28, Ibbu.-ly.
Desires to call the attention of the consn
mers of Puinta-and Ltnseed Oil, of cJ'trouds
buru ami vie'miry, to atrarticle manufacturer
bv Bi-relow &. Holms, of New York city, ui.
der the supervision of D. E. Br.-ini-;, Chemist.
from pure Ltn-eed Oil, called
BREINIG'S IMPROVED LINSEED OIL.
The inventor of this Improvement for man;
carsbluilmd and experimented upon the rm
tire and properties of Lin'ei'd Oil, and u
jives him great pleasure that his labors hut
Kit. been in vain. He has f-uccceileil in reui
ly increasing theae properties, which rendu.
Linseed Oil the only
True and Efficient Paint Oil
Breinij-'s Improved Linseed Oil is a
nd fendily united wiih white Lead, Zincs-,
nd all colored paints in the tame proportion
as Lin.-eed Oil.
Paints ground in pure Linseed Oil, anil
thinned with this oil will never CIIACK.
PEAL or SHELL OFF. It will wear bet
tor, and last longer than the ordinary Lin-
I can assure my friends that I have teste.
it in every possime way ana manner, amu uj
ide with both raw and boiled otf, and it lias
iroved fur superior in every lcspect.
For a further description of this valuahle
rtie'e, parties" will please call at Dreher &
Bro-s. Drug Store, Stroudsburg, where it is
kept for sale.
u. tu. miEiiruu, uiiemiau
October 12, 1865.-Om.
Soiitbcimer & Herrmann,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
August 11, 1804. tf;
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
Summer Arrangement 1865.
rASSENGER TRAIX3 LEAYE.
Train, j Train.
A.. At I P. M.
The MORNING TRAIN from New York
connects at MANUNKA CHUNK with tho"
train leaving Philadelphia (Kensington De
pot) at 7 U0 a. in., and Great Bend wi(h the
through Mail Train on the Erie Railway,
with sleeping car attached, stopping at all
the principal stations on that road, and arri
viiij at Buffalo at 6.10 a. m.
The Evcninu Train from New York con
nocts at Manunkii Chunk with the train lea
vine Philadelphia (Kenssng Depot) at il.'Stf
p. in.; nt Great Bend with the Niiiht Express
n the Eric Railway, west, arriving at Buf
lale at 1.45 b. in.'
The Morninjr Train from Great Bend con
nect? there with the Cincinnati Express on
iheErie Railway from the West; at'Ma'nun
i:t Chunk with a train for Phiiade.'dhiu anil
iitermediate stutions, arriving in PhiladeN'
!hta at 6.U0 p. m.; and at New Hampjon
vi'ith a train for Easton, Bethlehem, Allen
iowii, Reading and Harrisburg, arriving at
ilnrrisljurg at 8.30 p. m.
Thu Evening Train from Great Bend con
nects there with the New York Express on
the Erie Railway from the West ; at Manun
ka Chunk with a train which runs to Belvi
ilere, where it lies over until 6 o'clock the
next morning and at New Hampton with an '
Express Train for Easton, Bethlehem, A1-"
icntown, Reading and Harrisburg.
At Scranton, connections are made with
trains on the Lackawanna and Bioomsburg
Railroad to and from Pittston, Kingston,
Wilkesbarre, Berwick, Bioomsburg, Danville
Northumh'Tland, Harrisburg and interir'e--liate
stations, and with trains on the Dela
ware and Hudson Railroad to and from Car
jondale and intermediate stations.
WATTS COOKE, Superintendent.
Ii. A. HENR Y, General Ticket Agent.
THE PHCENIX PECTQ
RAL WILL COB YOCPt COUGHv
The Pboeuix Pectoral,
COMPfJUND SYRtP" OF WILD CHER-'
RY AND SENEKA SNAKE ROOT,
Will cure the Diseases of the
Throat and L.m:gM,
Such as Colds, Cougks, Cfoup; , Asthma,'
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Sore Throat,
Hoarseness, Wlioojnng Cough, &c.
ITS TIMEf.Y USE WILL PREVENT
VVLM OK A RV GOft'SUn PTSOli,-
And even where tliis'fearful disease has ta
ken hold it will nfUrd greater relief than
any other nWicine.
Miss Kate Vanderslice of Pottsville, says:
4I was benefitted more by using the Pha-t
nix Pectoral than any other medicine I ever
Elias Oberhohzer, of Lionville, Chester
coiiniy, was curuu ui a t-uuyii ui iiiiiiiy vuaia
... 1 f 1. . '
standing by using the rhcenix Pectoral.
John Rover, editor ot the .Independent
Phamix, having iised it, has no hesitation in
pronouncing it a comnfete remedy lor cough,
hoarseness and irritati6n iri the throat.
Dr. OberholtZer is a member of the Alum
ni of the Medical Department of the Univer-
ity of Pennsylvania, at which m.-tltution he.
graduated in ISM.
Mrs. Mary Butler, mother of Hon. Wm. -
Duller, President Judge of the Chester and-1
Delaware Di-trict, says that she cannot do
without the Phcenix lVctoral.
The proprietor of this medicine- has so -
mticil Collliuence in lis cuniuvt: powers, irom
the testimcny of hundreds who have us-d it,
that the u.oney will he paid bacik to any pur
chaser who is not satisfied with its cttects.
It N so pleasant to take that children cry"
It costs'dhly 25 cents, largo buttles Si.
It is" intended for only one class of discas-
es, namely, those of the throat andlm'g.
Prepared only by
LEVI ODERIIOLTZER, M. D.. .
Phcenixville. Pa.- t
Sold by all Druggists and Storekeepers.
JOHNSTON, HOLLO WAY &COWDEN,-
No. 23. North Sixth St., Philadelphia, and
F. C. WKLLS& CO.,
No. 115 Franklin st.,. Now York, wholesale'
Sold by Wm. Hollinshead, and Dreher &.
Rrothor, Stroudsburg, and by nearly every
Storekeeper in Monroe County.
N. B. If your nearest storekeeper or,
druggist does not keep this medicine do not'
let hun put you oft with some other medicine.1
because he makes ntbre money on it, but
send at once to one of the agents for it.
QJnzicr, and Paper llaiagyvV
Will attend to. and Dron-Dtlv execute, all
orders with which he may be favored. From.
his long cxpenendc m the various branches
of his business, he feels confident of roruleV
ing entire satisfaction in' his work. He
may bo found at his shop, on Simpson
street, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Patronage respectfully solicited;
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