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1 Clay pipes to the number of 14,000 a
"week, are manufactured at Concord. The
clay Used is imported from England and
costs $26 a ton.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and al
the effects ot youthful indiscretion, will, for
theVsake of suffering humanity, send freoto
all who need it, the recipe and directions for
making the simple remedy by which hi was
cured1 Sufiercrs wishing to profit by the
adverrisers experience, can do so by ad
JOHN B. OGDEN,
No. 13 Chambers St., New York.
Januaty 4, 18CG. ly.
r TO CONSUiTlPTlVES.
, TThc advertiser, having been restored to
health in a few weeks, by a very simple rem
edy, alter having suffered several years with
a severe lung 'affection, and that dread di
sease Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means o
rTo all who desire it, he will send a copv
of-the prescription used (free of charge,) with
the directions for nrenarinjr and usinir the
same, which they will find a sure cure for
Consumption-, Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds,
Uouoiis, and all Throat and Lunjr Affec
tions." - The nnlv nliipo.f nf flip n.k'nrri rr In
sending the Prescription is to benefit the
amicted, and spread information which he
conceives to be invaluable ; and he hopes
every suiterer will try Ins remedy, as it will
cst them nothing, and'inay prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
January 4, 6G6.-ly.
STRANGE, BUT TKBB.
Every young lady ami gentleman ih the
United btates can hear something very
much to their advantage by return mail (free
of charge), by addressing the undersignrd.
Those having fears of being humbuggi d will
oblige by not noticing this card. Ail others
will please address their obedient servant,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN,
83.1 Broadway, New York.
January, 4, 18G6. ly.
$)ji.50v everywhere 10 sell our im
proved 20 sewing Machine. Three new
kinds. Under and upper feed. Warranted
five years. Above salary or large commis
sions paid. The only machines sold in the
United Slates for less than $40, which
are fully licensed by Howe, Wheeler
& Wilson Grovcr &. Baker, Singer
& Co., and Bacheldcr. All other cheap
machines arc infringements and the seller
or user are liable to arrest, fine, and
imprisonment. Circulars free. Address, or
call upon Shaw & Clark, Biddeford, Maine.
January 4, Ibbb.-ly.
A MONTH ! Agents wanted for
tjip'" six entirely new articles, just out.
Address O. T. GAREY. Citv Buildinjr. Bid-
-deford, Maine. January 4, 18GG.-ly.
TTpO THE NERVOUS, DEBILITATED
A AND DESPONDENT OF BOTH
SEXES. A great suffer having been re
stored to health in a few days, after many
Hears of miser, is willing 10 assist his suf
Taring fell.iw-creatures In sending (free), on
the receipt of a poslpiid addressed envelope,
;a copv of the formula of cure employed.
Diredt to JOHN M.JJAGNALL,
Bos 183 Post Office,
Jan. 12, G5 am. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Stan ens - -su w ?!
. 1 . lx rm r l rr M m v wr u v rm ax
By virtue of a writ of ven. ex. de terris, to
me directed, issued out of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Monroe County, I will expose
to sale, at public vendue, or outcry, on
Saturday, the 24th day of March 186(5,
ct two o'clock in the afternoan, at the Court
House, in the Borough of Sl:oudibur,
the following described property, to wit :
A certain lot or piece of land siuatc in the
Borough of Strondsburg, in iid County, on
the North side of Wahmi Stieet, Containing
.in front on said Street, thirty feet and in
depth, about 210 feet, adjoining on the Eisl
Peter Bom's lot, on the north lands of Wil
liam D. Walton, deceased, and on the West
land of Philip S. Brown and Levi Dewitt
deceased. 1 he improvements are a
Frame Dwelling House, ypjf
two stories high, 16 by 2G feet. Kitchen at
ttched 11 stories high, 14 by 14 feet.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of Christian otherwise called Chnsto
plier Frederick, and to be sold by me for
CHARLES HENRY, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Stroud&burg, )
March 8, 1SGG.
The public are hereby notified not to in
lerfcre with a three year old black horse,
with a white spot in the forehead, which I
have loaned to Joseph P. Fellenser, of Stroud
tsp. during my pleasure. Any one in!erfcring
with said property will be prosecuted. I he
horse was loaned to Mr. Fellencer on the
I5th of January, 18G3.
JOHN II. MILLER.
Stroud tsp., March 1, 1866
Saddle and Harness
The undersigned lespectfully informs
the citizens of Strondsburg. and surroun
ding country, that he has commenced the
abote business in lowJer s building, on
Elizabeth street, and is fully prepared to
furnish any article 111 his line of business,
t short notice. On baud at all times, a
large stock of
Harness, Whips, Trunks, Valices, Car
pet Bags, Jlorse-Jilantccts, Bells,
Skates Oil Cloths, &c.
Carriage Trimming promptly attended
JOIIN O. SAYLOR.
Strdudsburg, Dec. 14, 1805.
LEWIS D. VAIL.
GEORGE D. STROUD
VAIL and STROUD.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Have removed their Office to No. 703 San
Ife-wfe 17, 164. Pk2lH43lj)kia
The Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs,
forty different styles, adapted to sacred and
secular music, for SSO to SGOUeach. tit-
TY-ONE GOLD or SILVER MEDALS, or
other first premiums awarded them. Illus
trated Catalogues free. Address, MASON
& HAMLIN, Boston, or MASON BROTH
ERS, New York.
September 7, I8G5. ly.
HISTORY OF THE WAR "THE AMER
ICAN CONFLICT," IN TWO VOLS.
Elegantly illustrated with 144 portraits dn
steel', numerous maps and diagrams of
battle-fields-, views, etc. 12o,0U0 copies
Volume 1. of this History, published al
most two years later than the first part of
nearly every other, already includes among
its patrons full. 2o,00u cf the purchasers ol
those early works, and is everywhere recog
nized as tiie highest authority, even by the
authors politic?! opponent-.
Volume 11 will I?e ready in a few months
at the earliest day on which a well-prepared
. . y mi
history of the war can be obtained. .we
entire work, inimitable alike in excellence
f plan and detail, will be vastly superior to
any of those now completed, (most of which
were "completed" long before Cj.h. brants
report was made,) and by far the mo-t satis
factory History ot the late stupendous strug'
gle altogether unequalled for clearness, ful
ness, and accuracy of statements, combined
with candor and graphic delineation of e-
If completed as designed, the work will
be authority as to the events of the most
wonderful era in the history of the Country.
A. G. Curtin, Governor of Pa.
It would be difficult to place loo high an
estimate of the service Mr. Greeley has ren
dered our country by the preparation of this
volume. 1 await the forthcoming ot the
second volume with eager expectation.
William D. Kelley, M. C.
It bears the marks of labor, studied candor
AVilliam H. Seward, Secretary of Slate.
The narrative is simple and clear, with so
much of life and spirit in it that it is next to
impossible not to read a whole chapter with
out sloping. It will be, and ought to be
rad by all our countrymen. Ldgar Low
an. U. S. Senate.
Its accuracy gives it a value beyond any
lislorv of that eventful period. The groat
industry and impartiality of Mr. Greeley will
mukc this the text of all fulure histories uf
the Great Rebellion. Thaddues Stevens,
Of all the Histories of the Great Rebellion
which I have examined, this one:seems to me
the best in the copiousness of its antecedent
and concurrent Congressional Records, as
well as of the evenis of the war itseif.
Schuyler Colfax, Sjtcaker U. S. House of 1
Volume 11. will be accompanied (without
extra charge.) by an elegantcopperplate Map
ot the Seat ot War, worth $1.00. Sold only
by traveling agents. Address.
O. D. CASE &, CO., Publishers,
March 8, 18GG.-4t.
Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office
Stroudsburg, Stale of Pennsylvania,
1st day cf Match 1S6G.
Bush, F E-qr.
Dans, Will inn
Ece, Geo. W.
Earlc, E. S.
Featherman John J
Horn, J Mr.
Jone.-1, M. L.
Mill, Frank J.
Miller, J S.
Ranhart, W. R.
Rockwell. Susan A.
Stratlon, Joseph S.
Staples, G. L.
West, Win. W.
0CT"To obtain any of these letter?, the ap
plicant must call for "Advertised Letters,"
give the date of this list, and pay one'cenl
fcIfnot called for within one month,
they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office.
THEODORE SCHOCIJ, P. M.
Bissolutic n Notice.
Notice is horiy given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between Daniel H.
Wyckolf and Jacob L. Wyckoff. in the Bo
rough of Stroudsburg. Pa., trading as D. U.
Wyckoff &. Co., was disso'ved by mutual
consent on the 22d day of January, 16G6.
All peasons having claims, or indebted to
said firm, are requested to call on Jacob L.
Wyckoff, into whose hands the books, &c
have been placed, who is duly authorized to
settle the same.
JACOB L. WYCKOFF.
DANIEL H. WYCKOFF.
P. S. The business will be continued at
the old stand, in Stroudsburg, by D. II. Wy
ckoff, who solicits a continuance of patron
age. D. II. WYCKOFF.
January 25, 16G6
By buying of CHARLES B. KELLER,
the following named superior articles cheap
for Cash. I have the linesi assortment of
for Men', WoMCNand Childuen's wear that
has ever been wfiered in town, cons'sting of
Men's, Boys, and Childrens Bootsv
Women's Glove Kid Polish Boots.
Misses' do do d . do
Children's do do do do
Women's Moroco Polish do
Misses' do 'do do
Children's do do do
These are a new and beautiful stvle of
Ladies Boots of the finest quality, and just
suited for cold weather. ALo, a fine assort
ment of Common Shoes, for Women, Blisses
Also, a splendid assortment of Gums and
Sandals for Men, Women and children.
I have also a fine assortment of
Linen and Woolen Shirts,
of a superior quality, together with Stock
xngs, Neck-Ties, Collars, &c.
Also, a quantity of the best quality of;
Heavy and Light SOLE-LEATHER ; to
gether with a lot ot the best Mens and
French Morocco Also, Lining, Bindings,
Lasts, Boot-Trees of all sizes, Thread, Wax,
Nails, Pincers, Punches, Eyelet-set, and Eye-
etts, Peg Cutters and Shoemakers Ink, &c,
&c. Store opposite Marsh's Hotel.
CHARLES B. KELLER.
Stroudsburg Nov. 30, 1665.
A positive aDd specific remedy for all dis
eases originating lrom an impure state of
tub blood, and lor all (Hereditary) diseas
es transmitted from vxrest to child.
STRUMA, glandui.au svtellihsc;
ULCERATION, KINGS EVIL,
This taint (hereditary and acquired,) filling
life with uittold misery, is by all usual med
ical remedies incurable.
If there is any disease in which the Con
stitution Life Syrupisasovereign.it is in
rheumatismand its kindred affections. The
most intense pains are almost instantly alle
viated enormous swellings are reduced
Cases, chronic or vicarious, of twenty or
or thirty years standing have been cured.
NERVOUS DEBILITY. SHATTERED NERVES,
CTi VITUS' DANCE, LOSS OF POWER,
CONFUSION OF THOUGHTS, EPILEP8EY,
Thousands who have suffered for years
will bless the day on which tiny read these
lines. Particularly to weak, suffering wo
men will this medicine prove an inestima
ble blcssincr directing their footsteps to a
Hope which fulfills more than in promises.
SALiVATION, ROTTING OF BONES,
BAD COMPLEXION, ACHES IN BONE,
XEELIKC OF WEARINESS. DEPBKSSieif F
Constitution Life Syrup purges the system
entirely from all the evil effects 0! mercury,
removing the Bad Breath, curing the Weak
Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the use
of Calomel is sure to produce. It hardens
Spongy Gums and secures the teeth as firm
ly as ever.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive
Diseases, of the Skin like
ULCEUS, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES,
end all other difficult ies. of this kind, which
so much disfigure the outward appearance
of both males and females, often making
them a disgusting object to themselves and
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYfiUP
CUKES ALL SWELLING Oi' TIIE GLANDS,
Either of the Face, Neck, or Female Breast,
and should be taken as so;n as the swelling
is detected, thus preventing their breaking,
and producing troublesome Discharging
Sores, which disfigure so many of the youn
ger portion of the community from eix to
iwenty years of age. Young children are
very subject to discharges from the Ears,
which depends upon a Scrofulous constitu
tion. These cases soon recover by taking a
few dores of the Life Syrup.
All scrofulous persons suffering from gen
eral Debility, Emaciation, Dyspepsia and
Dropsy of the Jmibs, abdomen and in the fe
male, Dropsy of the ovaries and womb, gen
erally accompanied with inflamationand Ul
ceration of the litem-, are permanently cur
ed by Constitution Life St rup. Thedisease
kno'n as' Goitre or Swelled Neck, the Life
Syren will remove entirely. The remedy
should be taken for some time, as thedisease
is exceedingly chronic and stubborn, and
will not be removed without extra effort.
Tumors of the ovaries, Tumors of the
Breast, and swelling of oth.-r glands of the
body, will be completely reduced without
resorting to the knife, or operations of any
Epileptic Pits, Sympathetic or Organic
disease of the Heart, as palpitation. Disea
ses of the Valves, producing a grating or fl
ing .-ound, Dropsy of the Heart Case and all
the affcctioiH of this important organ (per
sons suffering from any acute pain in the re
gion of i he lu-art), w.ll be greatly relieved
by Constitutional Life Syrup.
Broken down and delicate constitutions
suffering from Indisposition to Exertion, Pain
in the B:ick, Loss of Memory, Forebodings,
Horror of Calamity, Fear of Diseasef Dim
nets of Vision, Dry, Hot Skin and Extreme
ties, want of Sleep, Restlessness. Pale. Hag
gard Countenance, and Lassitude of the Mus
cular System, all require the aid of the Con
stitution Life Syrup.
FOR ALL FORMS OF
Either of the Nose, Throat, Tongue. Spine,
Forehead, or Scalp, no remedy has over
proveu us equal.
Moth Patches upon the female face de
pending upon the diseased action of the liv
er are very unpleasant to the young wife
and mother. A few bottles of Constitution
Life Sy up, will correct the secrminn. nn,t
remove the deposit which is directiy under
In the diseases of the liver, givin"- rise
to Languor, Dizziness, Indigestion, Weak
Stomach or an ulcerated or cancerous condi
tion of that organ, accompanied with t,iir..m
or other unpleasant symptoms, will be re-
neveu ay me useot Constitution Life Syrup
OirAs a gener.il Blood Purifying Agent
the Life Syrup stands unrivaled "by any
prepi ration in the World.
Tlio rich and poor are liable tn ih Mm
diseases. Nature and Science hasmade the
Constitution Life Syrup for the benefit of all.
Pure Blood produces healthy men and wo-
rriPti f nnit !f tlir .nno:..4.: : . . . i . .
. ,1JV uijoiuuiiuii is ncnecieu in
youtli, disease and early death is The result.
Price, 1 55 per bottle; one half dozen 7.
. : P
! WM. II. GREGG. M. D.,
I Sole Proprietor, New York.
Morgan & Allen,
Wholesale Druggists, Agents,
No 4fi Cli&st.-, New-York.
Geo. C. Goodwin & Co., Boston.
J. H. Reed & Co., Chicago.
Fuller, Finch & Fuller, Chicago.
Collins Brothers, St. Louis.
J. D. Park. Cincinnati.
Johnson, Holloway &Cn., Philadelphia
Barnes. Ward & Co., New Orleans.
Barnes, Henry &. Co., Montreal, Canada.
HosrETTER, Smith & Dean, Sail Francisco
. California. , . (. '
H. S. WAGNER,
(Successor to George P. Heim,)
Would invite attention to his full and va
ried assortment of '
All the usual Departments requisite to
complete retail .
Bit Goods Store,
Constantly receives strict attention and
will always be found to contain lull and de
sirable assortments. His stock of
Ladies Dress Goods
is particularly worthy of examination, and
he shall be-constantly opening all desirable
Novelties in that line as the seat-on advan
ces. If you want Prints, call on
H. S. Wagner,
If you want Bleached Sheeting or Shirt
ing call on
, II. S. Wagner.
If you want Unbleached Muslin or Sheet
ing call on
H. S. Wagner.
it you want JSoltons call on
II. S. Wagner,
If you want Gloves or Hosiery call on
H. S. Wagner.
If you Want Cloths or Cassirneres call on
H. S. Wegner.
If you want Gents Furnishing Goods call
on H. S. Wagner.
if you want
Call on H. S. Wagner.
You will find Sugars at
H. S. Wagner's.
You will find Coffee at
II. S. Wagner's.
You will find Syrups at
H. S. Wagner's.
You will find Teas at
II. S. Wagner's.
II. S. Wagner's
You will find Spices at
You will find Fish at
H. S. Wagner's.
You will find Crockery at
H.- S. Wagner's,
You will find Wooden-ware at
H. S. Wagner's,
You will find Brooms & Brushes at
H. S. Winer's.
You will, finally, be able to find what you
want at H. S. Wagner s.
Between the Bank and the Post-Office.
Feb. 22, 1866.
Good News for flic People!
Cotten Goods have come down
in price !
Large decline in prices of
I am now selling Calicoes and Dc Lanes
at about 25 per cent, lower than I sold
them a week ago.
A LLi NW and FK&ES2I COORS.
I am selling some make of Muslins for
less than they have been sold for the last
Are low onough for any one to buy them
Large reduction in the price of fine
And if you wish to buy good Cloths
and fancy Cassirneres, call in. They are
50 cents a yard cheaper than in the fall.
Afffi BLANKET SHAWLS,
all wool, all sorts and sizes, very low. I
can invc you a bargain in Shawls.
And then I hare a good assortment of
Coffee, Sugars, baking Molas
ses and Syrups,
And lots of other Goods cheap.
&5?" Don't forget the place, it is at
BKOD II WAD'S
Cheap Siorein Stroudsburg.
Jan. 11, 18GG.
To the Hotel keepers of Monroe and ad
look to Your Interests! ! !
We arc offering Liquors, AYInes. &c.,
warranted pure, and containing no Drugs,
Oils, Essences, tfcc, whatever, at the fol
lowing very low prices :
Brandies from 50c$l 00 per gallon
less than City prices,
Gins 50c75c. " "
Old Bye, 40c(g65c.
" Apple -50c$l00
Wines (all kinds 50c(aS 00
.Please give us a call, or sund your or
ders, and satisfy yourselves that wo do do
it, that we will do it, and the reasons
ichy we can do it.
Also, please remember that tcedo.not
have anything to do icith "Drugged" JA
quorsr Anything you buy from us we
guarantee Pure, and much below the pri
ces usually paid for the Drugged Liquors.
J. S. WILLIAMS, & Co.,
C $troudsBurg;- Monroe Oa.VavJ
Jmlj 27, 1965,
EASTON HALL OF FASME
The Largest Stock
The Tastiest Styles! The Best Quality
of Work! The Lowest Prices! The
Best Gutter I The Most Obliging
Salesmen ! Are to be found
at this Establishment !
CriAS. W. BAG IT MAN,
Our Gun hits the
Don't You see
Do you want to buy a good
fyou do, go to Pauli's Hat
wliere you will always find a
at prices to suit all. Of these fact? you can be convinced
by calling as directed. Remember the place.
N. B. The
18 CLOTHING !
Of the latest styles
AT PAULI'S HAT STORE.
This being a branch of R. C. Pyle's Clothing establish
ment of Easton, the citizens of Monroe Count can now pur
chase the same quality and at the same prices as though
I hey bought in Has ton. All goods sold as low here as at
Easton. All are invited to come rtrid examine the latest
styles. Don't forget the place,
PAULI'S HAT STORE,
Opposite the I'ost Office
Nov. 23, 1865. K. C. PYLK.
The undersigned Having made arrange
metUiSitIi Air. J. G. Ogden for a full and
constant supply of Iresh Oysters, is noy pre
pared to furnish Hotels and private liunilies
with a full supply of the best quality, ami
any quantity on short notice. Call at the
Bakery Saloon at any hour of the day or
evening, when you can Iiave Oyttors prepar
ed in every style that the taste requires to
give nature a boost.
H. C. LEVANWAY.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 18, 18G5.
Estate of JOSEPH M. ROBES OA
late of the Borough of Stroudsburg,
i.n i v.
tatc have been granted to the undersigned
i ,i i , rM . ri
by the Register o Monroe County, ,
duo orm ot law ; therefore, all persons
indebted to said lustate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those hav-
ujj5 uiijr jusi i-iuiius aru uiso requested to
present them legally authenticated for
settlement to "
PETER II. -ROBESON,
Stroudsburg, January 11, 186G.-
Pr sale at this OfFie
OLD EASTON BANK,
! The Hewest Goods!
Late of N. Y. City
Mark every time,
the Far Fly?
HAT, CAP, or set of FURS
Store, opposite the Post Ofiice
good assortment of
A. PAULI'S Hat Store,
Post Office, Stroudsburg, Pa
prices paid for all kinds of
Nor. 23. 1865.
and best qualities ?
mi Sews for the Million.
The subscriber hastens to Iny the import
Taut inlellinence before the public, that ho
bus added larqeiy to his already large stocfc,
of fashionable and seasbnablh
ioiiis, Cassinicrcs, Vcsliugs, &c
which he will make up to order on short no
tice, in a manner satisfactory to all; Hi
shelves, literally groan beneath the
Eeady Made Clothing
with which they are loaded.
Coats, Overcoats, Pants and Vests ,1
made uf the best material, rind in the noai
fushionable manner, at prices to suit all.
Hals and Caps,
Bools and hoe4,
unu u.ueeo every tfjing with which he hai
' heretofore supplied the riublic. will tiff fnim1
2?Jn. ,n1Tclion ""d 5sa!u al price3 whick
TlmnUH,! for favors heretofore received hs
hnpes to merit a continuance of pSSc tror
at the old stand.
j NICHOLAS RUSTEIt J
' omwuauurg, uec. o, tauo.
Tim undcrsigued hereby gives notice'
to sill indebted to him ou book account,,
or by Note, to call and pay up- without