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The Undersigned -having made arrange
taenia .with Mr. J. G. Ogden for a full and
rnnctnt Rtmnlv of ircsh Oysters, is "now pre-
pared 10 furnish Hotels and private families
with a full supply of the best quality, and
nv nunntitv Oil short notice. Call at the
Bakery Saloon at any hour of the day or
evening, when you can have Oysters prepar
ed in. every style that the taste requires to
give nature a boost.
B H. C. LEVANWA.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 18, 1SG5.
Estate ofJOXAS METZGAR, dee'd
The undersigned appointed by the Or
phans' Court of Mouroc, Auditor to rc
cfriiflnn of the funds in the
JIVt u uidvi in1-
i,n nf Charles Iloffmauaad David Nye
Administrators of the above named Estate,
rill attend to the duties of bis appoint
inent, on Friday, February 1G, 18(56, t
two o'clock P. M., at the Prothonotary's
nfflcft in Stroudsbunr. when and where
all persons interested and having claims
I .... .
against said iund will present tne same.
Mr h fnrrcr debarred trow corutns in
for any share thereof.
THOS. 31. McILTIANEY,
.Tah. 18. 186G. Auditor
tu the matter of the Accouut of the
Administrator of the Estate of Lewis
Scbrader, late of Streud Tep., dee'd.
The uudersigucd Auditor appointed
bv the Orphan's Court of Monroe County
to make distribution of the funds in the
bands of said Administrator, to and among
those entitled thereto, will attend to the
duties of bis appointment on Monday, the
19th day of February, lbbO,at 1U o clock
in the forenoon, at the Office of S. S.
Dreber, Esq., in the Borough of Strouds-
burg, when and w here all parties in teres
ted. are requested to attend, or they will
be debarred from coming for their distrib
utive shares of said fund.
S. HOLMES, Jr., Auditor.
Stroudsburg, Jan. IS, 18G0.
In the matter of the Account of the Ad
ministrator of Joseph Barlieb, late of
Itoss Tsp.j dec d.
rt.. fWirms' Court of Monroe County, to
" - r ' . . . i .t I
make distribution oi uie iuim m
ELw W Administrator, to and a
mon- those entitled thereto, will attend to
the duties ol his appointment on rsaiur-
day the 37th day of February 1S6G, at
- .. 1.1
at 10 o'clock in the lorenoon, wnen am
where all parties interested are required
to attend, or they will be debarred nom
coming in for their distributive shares ol
S. HOLMES, Jr., Auditor.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 13, 1S66.
lu the matter of the Account of the Ad
ministratorof the Estate of John buiith
1 i- -fVI.! 1 Tn.eliin flof'fl
The unders.gned Audi tor appointed by
, , 4 ...:ii mj
inoutr tuose cnmieu n:i;ieiu, mh .
to rne uutics oi ius a lyuiuvuicuv uu .n-
i f i :.. i f i-,n i i-i. I
oay, me lotn uaj ui xuu-.j
of S. 5. Dreher. Jsq., in the Jiorougn o:
Stroudsbiirir. when and where all parties
interested are renuired to attend, or the
will be debarred lrom comini: in for their
distributive shares of said fuud.
S. HOLMES. Jr., Auditor.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 18, lbUO.
Tlie Commissioners of Monroe County
will be in session at tneir Office, in the
Borough of Stroudsburg, cn the first Sat-
" o -
urdaj of each month, at 10 o clock, A. M.
JJ.Y order ol tne Jioaru,
M. H. DUE 11 EH, Clerk.
t?.- j t th 11 Kfif.t
Stroudsblirj, Jatl. 11, l&Ob-t.
the Orphans Court ol Monroe touuiy. -- .
iiiu w'l"1 "a . i r 3 never failmir springs ot water
I cfr li inn nt the Fund in C "1, u I a
iu uiuw uuiiuv 71 " " j to the bouse. The buiidim
hands ot S31U Aimunisiraior, luauu a-
wwyy" u - 1
COTDartnerSllip Notice, will sell them at small profits. -sjya.j.
, . , eoniniete assortment
TT.r?no-Tiurchascd the Cofini interest!
in the firm of COFFIN, CRAIU & Co ,
manufacturers of School Slatcsj at Curlpg GOODS, Shalla Ee Lanes,
tinsrille, Monroe County ra.j tne dusi-
-ii 3 tA ft-ntti thin nat
ceia ttiu u cuuuutiuu nw. w..-
January 1st, 1S66,
under the firm of HARPER, CRAIG &
HENRY W. HARPER,
L. E. "WILLS.
Jn. 11, 18G6.
T the Hotel keepers of Monroe and ad
Look to Your Interests! ! !
W are offering Liquors, Wines. &c.,
warrasitcd pure, aud containing no Drugs,
Oils, Essences, Sc., whatever, at the lol-
lowing Tery sow prices :
from 50c(5,Sl 00 per gallon
icsc tuau u.v;
Bourbon Whiskey ,40c05c.
Old Rye, 40cGc.
" Apple 50c(.$l 00
v;no f l-nds SOera.Sl 00
II. or scud your or-
A nr. r,n .tisfv vourselves that wc do do
it.iLt wfi mill do it .and the reasons
Zst Member that
Avac ay fit'JW to do xcith "Drugged" Sa-
quers. Anything you buy trom us we
ouara;icc Pure, and much below the pri-
ees usually paid lor tne urugguu wi.
t R WILLIAMS; & Co.,
Stroudsburg, Monroe Co. Pa.
Important to Everybody.
The subscribers would inform the public
very respectfully, that they are carrying on
Sfij 31 & Shoe Business
' IkLat their old stand, one door above the
Express Office, on Elizabeth St., Strouda
burg, Pa., where they will be happy to
wait on their old customers, and as many
rmw ones as can make it convenient to call.
They have on hand a good arrortment of
BOOTS & SHOES,
for men, women, misses' and childrcns' wear,
Gum over Shoesand Sandals for men, youth
and misses. A uencral assortment of Last's
and Boot-Trees, shoe Thread, Wax, Heel
Nails. Pincers, Punches, iycictlsanii bye
lett Setts, Pegs and Peg-Cutters, Shoe Ham
mow. Crimninr Boards and Screws, also, li-
j j o
nimr and himlinor skins, a pood article of
Tamnico Boot Morocco, French Morocco and
French Calfskins, Lasting and all kinds of
Shoemaker toolf, Ink Powder and Shoe
Blackinsr, and Frank Miller's water-proof
oil blacking. All of which they offer for
sale at small advance upon cost. Ijivc us a
call, no chanres for showing oods.
P. S. Boots.and Shoes made to order and
CHARLES WATERS &, SON.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 18, 1SGG.
Estate of MICHAEL IT A WK, dee'd
The undersigned appointed by the Or
ubans' Court of Monroe County, Auditor
to make distribution of the balance in th
hands of John S. Fisher, Administrator
of said deceased, to and among the heirs,
will attend to the duties of his appoint
ment on Friday, the Dili day of February
next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at the. Pro
thonotary's Office, in Stroudsburg, at
which time and place all persons having
any claims against said funds will present
Mu s:min. or be iorever debarred trom
coming in for any share of said funds.
"T. M. McLLQANEY, Auditor
January 11, ISGG.
Orphans' Court Sale.
By virtue of an order of sale made by
the Orphaus Court ot Monroe uounty
there will be offered for sale at public ut
cry upon the premises, on
The od day of February, 1866,
at 1 o'clock, P. 31., the following Real
Estate, late of George House, dec d, viz :
A t-nrtnlii f:irm or tract ol land hitu-
ate in iMiddle fcmitmiem townsnip in sai
M f'.,..t, m lnniinir :tru nt .l:linf
' t ,v .j t t? i
Metier, Jacob leniclc, Lewis Brown md
Jacob Pipher, containing about
gSatult'cd una a wctuy Acres,
iCcSS0 acres cleared 20 acres
,aw balance rood timber
:n,nrnVpmpnts are a one and t half
about 32 bv 42 feet, Frame Barn 40 by
45 feet, with stone btabling, l'rame w ar-
on House, 22 by 32 feet, Corn Crib and
other outbuildings; two good Apple Ur
nubi; rond runs a!on? one line of
;s are 00d
:ind tne mnu in uu uiueucm swic u
1 . t 1 11 , r.fA -v
Conditions will be made known at the
nP vaU hv
V,-' T. X ' Y Executors
JOHN I). BOUSE,
Jan. 11, 18GG.
The undersigned respectfully informs,
the public and his old customers, that he
has taken the Stove lloom formerly oc-
cuniftd bv James A. l'au , in oirouus-
cup JJ Mhodist Eois-
r-; ---v -rr
ma stocK is composeu oi euLiicij.
r , ,
f np V nnnnR f'lnfhs ditssimrrex.
. . . ,nd . fuU line 0f LA DIES
AajoorSi Coatings, Calicoes, and ageucral
I i t . m: :
assortment or jyaaies xrcss a.riiuiuu"3,
p.nd Yankee Notions
ALSO A sood assortment of GRO
CERIES, such as Coffee, Sugar. Molas-
es. and Svrupa, lea and liicc
Pmw vivft me a call, ana see tne
n-nnds and orices.
C - - 1111.1. f
Tntr and Kn'.'s. and all tin(13 OI
Country produce, taken in exchange for
JAMES 13 MOROAxN
Stroudsburg, January 4, 1866.
Saddle and Harness
The. undersigned respectfully informs
the citizens oi ouuunnuuiji, ."..
d country tj,at he l,iis commeuccd the
... r L'.. l .l.M.,. .ifij cnrrmin.
Mabove business in rowier a uuimiug,
Elizabeth street, and is fully prepared to
furnish any article iu his Hue ot ousiuess,
nt short notice. On hand at all times, a
larjre stock of
Harness, Whips, Trunlcs, Valides, Car
pet Baas, Jlorse-JJlanncis, jjcus,
Spates, Oil Cloths, &c.
Carriage Trimming promptly attended
JOnN O. SAYLOR.
Stroudsburg, Doc. 14,1806
TEAMS AHTED !
Wanted 15 Teams
To draw Bark.
Apply immediately to TT1-
PP PALENS & NORTHRUP.
EASTON HALL OF FASHION,
OPPOSITE THE OLD EASTON BANK,
EASTON, PKNNA. '
he 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 !
E. G. PTLE, Proprietor.
CnAS. W. 13ACIIMAN,
Our Gun hits the
Don't You see
Do you want to buy a good
If vm do. go to Paiili's'nat
where you will always iiud a
at prices to suit all. Of these facts you can be convinced
by calling as directed. Kemember the place,
J A. PAULI'S Hat Store,
S B. The highest cash
Of the latest styles
This heirnr a branch of E.
ment of Kaston, the citizens
chase the same quality and
thev bouffht in Kaston. All
Kaston. All are invited to
styles. Don't forget the place,
Nov. 23, 1865.
Estate of CHARLES SHOEMA
KER, late of Middle Sm'tthfield
Notice is hereby iriven that letters of
administration upon the above named Es
tate have been granted to tbc undersigned
bv the Hedstcr of Monrce County, iu due
form of law ; therefore, all persons indebt
ed to said Estate are requested to ma ice
immediate navmcnt. and those having any
just claims are also requested to present
them legally authenticated lor settlement
to ANDKI'jW J. UUUiA'UUi,
M. SmithGeld, Dec. 14, 1865. (it.
the nevT steel
Early Days of Washington, &c.
Ferrograph Cartes de Viste Ur Album
Af. rrrp.ritlv reduced price's.
SPECIAL TO DISABLED SOt-
Send for Catalogue with terms, &c.
JOHN1 DAINTY, Publisber,
15 S. Sixth St. Philadelphia, Pa.
October 26, 1865.
BLANK LEASES H5
-For Sale at this Ofiied.
The Newest Goods!
JOHN BO WEN,
Late of N. Y.'fJity
Mark every time.
the Fur Fly?
TUT, CAP, or set of FURS ?
Store, opposite the Post Office.
good assortment oi
Post Ofitcc, Stroudshurp;, Pa.
prices paid for all kinds of
and best qualities
C. Pvle's Clothing; establish
of Monroe County can now pur
at the same prices as though
goods sola as low nere as at
come ana examine uie iace3t
U Jul b II A 1 ft 1 Ull ,
Opposite the I'ost Office.
Rood News for the Million.
"Tha subscriber hastens to Inv the import
ant intelligence before the public, that he
bus added lnrely to nis already large slock
of fashionable and seasonaufn
Cloths, Cassimercs, Veslings &e.
which he will muke up to order on short no
tifP. in n mnnimr wilifalactorv to all. J 1 is
shelves, literally groan beneath the
.daily Blade Clothing .
with which they are luaded.
Coats, Overcoats, Pants and Vests
made of the best material, and in the mo3t
Hishionable manner, nt prices to suit
Hats acnl Caps,
Boots asid Siiocs,
&c. &c. A:c
and indeed every thing with which he hns
liprpiofnrj! sunn led the nubile, will be loar.a
ready (or inepection and Bale at prices which
ilr.fi rrirnnpl llllin.
Thankful for favors heretofore received he
hopes to merit a continuance of public favor
at the old stand.
Slroudsburgr, Dec. 8, 18(15.
The undersigned hereby gives notice
to all indebted to him on book account,
or by Note, to call and nay up without
dday' - NICHOLAS BUSTER.
StiWsburg, Nov. 2, 1866.
The Only Kuoyvu itcuiccly for
Irritation of the Neck of the Bludder, In-
jlamatwn oj the Kidneys, Catarrh oj
the Bladder, tsiranguury or pain
For these diseases it is truly n sovereign
remedy, and too much cannot be said in its
nrnisf A sin? e dose nas oeen Known 10
relipco t'lin rnnst urgent symptoms.
Are you troubled with that distressing
nnin in thf Pin it II of the back and throujrb
the hips? A teaspoonfull a day of Ilclm-
bold's Buchu will relievo you.
PHYSICIANS AISI OTHERS
T make no secret of inirredients. Helm
hold's Rxtract Bncbu is composed of Buchu.
Cubebs, and Juniper Berries, selected with
great care, prepared in vacuo and accoruui"
to rules ot
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY.
These intredidnts arc known ai tb most-
valuable Diuretics afforded.
la that which acts upon the kidneys.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is Dleasant in taste and odor, free from all
injurious properties, and immediate in us ac
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL,
See Medical Properties contained in Dis
pensatory of the U. S., of which the follow
ing is a correct copy :
"Burhu. Its odor is strong, dillusive, nnd
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish, and
Himlosous to that of mint. It is given chief
ly in comnlamts of the Urinary Organs, such
as Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the Bindder,
Morbid Irritation ofthe Bladder nnd Urethra,
Disenses of the Prostrate, and Retention or
tbn Turntitincnce of Urine, from a loss of
tone in the parts concerned in its evacuation,
It has also been recommended in Dyfpepsu,
Chronic Rheumatism, Butaneous Affections,
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION,
See Professor Dewees' valuable works on
rhfi Practice of Phvsic.
S;e Remarks made by the celebrated Ur,
Physic, of Philadelphia.
Se any andull btundard Works on aiedi
IN THE WORLD.
I am acquainted with II T. Helmbold ; he
neeuuied the dru' fctore opposite my resi-
j - rj t
dence, and was siicressful in conducting the
liusine.-s where others had not been equally
so beiore mm. J have been iavorable un
pressed with his character and enterprise.
VM. WEIGHT MAN,
(Firm of Powers &. Weightman,)
Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia
From the Philadelnhia Evening Bulletin,
March 10th, 1
We are gratified to hear ofthe continued
success, in New York, of our townsman.
Mr. II. T. Helmbold, Druggist. His store,
nxt to the Metropolitan Hotel, is 23 feet
trout. 230 feet deep, and five stories in height
It is certainlv a irrand establishment, and
speaks favorably of the merit of his articles.
Ie retains his Omceand Laboratory in mis
citv. which are also model esiaousnmenis oi
i heir class.
The proprietor has been induced to make
this statement lrom the tact mat ma rcmeaies,
although advertisted, are
And. knowins that the intelligent refrain
from usiniranv thintr pertaining to Qnnck-
pri' nr thn Piiinnt Medicine order most ot
which are prepared by t-clt-styleil Uoctors
wlin arc too ignorant to read a physician's
simpiest prescription, much less competent
to prepare pharmaceutical preparations.
These Parties Resort
tn various mpans of efiectin? sales, such
as copying parts of advertisements of popular
rnmoftins. inn finis niii? with ceruncaics.
The Science of Medicine stands blMrlih,
PIIR.E. MAJESTIC havinjr l act lor its
Basis, Induction for its Pillar, 1 ruth alone
for its Capital.
A WORD OF CAUTIO&
Health is most important ; and the afflicted
should not use an advertised medieme, or
any remedy, unlcssltg contents or ingredients
are known to other besides the manutacturer.
or until they are satisfied ofthe qualifications
f the party so offering.
FLUID EYTRACT BUCHU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH
Established upwards of 16 years.
Prepared by h. T. HELMBOLD,
IIELMBOLD'S DRUG AND CHEMI
CAL WAREHOUSE, 594 Broad
way, Nev lork.
And IIELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DE
POT, 104 South Tenth Street, Phil
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
0tokr 10, 1335.'
IRON BUILDING'S "
No. 37th Fifth Street
TUITION- FEE NEVER CHANGED.'
FORTY DOLLARS PAYS F0&
THE FULL GRADUATING- COURSE.
rjpinSE UNLIMITED, IJT
5ct: sires Upon Lawj Ethic;
Dulocti jis Counterfoil ilioiiey
Other Colleffps have either advanced their
tuition fee to SoO, or charges 10 to $15
extra for Penmanship. Their books and
Stationery, also, costing from 12 to 20
ours cost but o.
Duff's ouigixal plan of business Edu
cation, as taught in this city for about.
twenty-five years, trom his own systems ot
Book Keeping, which arc sanctioned by the
American Ints-titute and Chamber of Com-
merce, and other competent authuriticg Of
New lork, as the most pertect systems m
USCj With VV. U. iJUFF S r iRST l'REUIUS
Business and Ornamental Penmanship
DAY AND EVENING CLASSES.
It will be found by proper inauiry that
this is the only College of the kind in iho
Union conducted by an experienced Merch
ant, and whese Penman is a trained account
ant. ftf7Merchants. steamers and bankers cari
always obtain thoroughly educated account
ants on application at our orhce.
0C7Those desiring our elegant new Cir
cular, pp. 75 containing an outline of our
Course of Study and Practice, with Samples
of our Penman's Business and Ornamental
IFriting, must enclose TWENTY-FIVE
P. DUFF & SON, Pittsburgh, Pa.
(fT-We will mail any person enclosing
us S2. a copy of either our Mercantile of
Steamboat Book Keeping post-paid.
November 3U, lbuu.
TIN SHOP !
The undersigned beiis leave to inform his
friends and the public generally,- that he has
now opened a liA tsJJUr, on Mam street,'
below the Stroudsbury Mills, opposite YVai-
lace &. Co's lumber yard, where he is pr-
pareu to manuiacture anu eeli an Kinds oi
Stoves, Stove Pipe and Slbowi.
Old and second hand Stoves bought and
sold, al cash rates.
CASH paid for Old Lead, Copper and
(7 Roofiner. Svouliner and He-aairihS
promptly attended to and warranted to viva
satisfaction. Call and see for pourselves.
Stroudsburg, Dec. 8, 1865.
Save Yoar Money !
By buvinrr of CHARLES R. KET.T.ETTj
the following named superior articles cheap
for Cash. I have the finest assortment of
los iiial Shoes,
tor Men, "Women and Children's wear that"
has ever been offered m town, consistinf of
3cn's, Hoys, and Childrens Loots,
Women's Glove Kid Polish Loots.
Misses' do do do
Children s do do . do
Women's Moroco Polish
Misses' do do
Children's do do
These are a new and beautiful stvl nf
Ladies Boots of th finest quality, and iust
suited for cold weather. Al.-o, a "fine assort
ment of Common Shoes, for W omen, Misses
Also, n splendid assortment of Gums and
Sandals for Men, Women and childron.
I have also a fine assortment of
Linen and Woolen Shirts,
of a superior quality, together with Stoox-
ings. Neck-Ties, Collars, &c.
Also, a quantity of the best quality of
Hcavv and Lurht SOLE-LEATHER? m-
iJ J -
rgether with a lot of the best Men's and
French Morocco Also. Lining, Bindings,
Lasts, Boot-Trees of all sizes, Thread, Wax,
Nails, Pincers, Punches. Eyelet-set, and Eya-"
letts, reg Gutters and ohoemakerslnk, dic.y
&c. Store opposite Marsh's Hotel.
CHARLES B. KELLER.
Stroudsburg, Nov. 30, 1SG5.
New Livery Stable.-
Having purchased the Stock lately
owned by J. E. W. Miller, we take thir
opportunity to notify the public general
ly that we nave added considerable new'
btook to the same. Uur stable is in the?
rear of Mr. George Fable's Store whera
wc are prepared to hire
Horses and Carriages, Ss?
at the lowest cash rates. Our horses aro
sale, last and gentle, and our vehicles
consist ot all kinds, to suit the taste of tha
We alteud to the stables oursnlvos
will be always on hand to drive our cus
tomers to any place it desired. No pains
will be spared to give satisfaction to all
who may tavor us with tbeir patronage.
Please call aud see us. nnil nl n tha.
J - 3'W MM
pleasure of showing you our stock.
J A KJ II EN DJSRSHOT.
JOHN 1 1 EN I) Fi 1? S Tl OT
j Stroudsburg, Nov 30, 18C5.
Estate of JOSEPH M. ROBE SOX;
late ofthe Borough of Stroudsburg.'
Notice is hereby triven that ltf
administration upon the abov6 named Es
tate have been granted to" the undersigned!
by the llegister of Monroe Countf, ia
i -- r. p 1 i f
auo iuriu oi jaw ; uieTeiore, an peron
indebted to said Estate are reoeste(J (0
make immediate payment, rp.J those hav
ing any just claims are nlso requested to.
prewnt them legally authenticated ft
PETER n. ROBESON.
jr....7 u, isodf-' ''""'"''"
Canadensis, Pa. Dec. 21, 1865; .
. For sale at thi Oftce