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of Sale of Seated Lands
For Arrearages of Taxes.
The following is a list of taxes on Seat
ed assessments, as returned by the Col
lectors of the several Townships for 1S64
and 1SG5, which lands will be sold at the
Court House in the Borough ot fctrouds
hunr. on the 11th day of June, next, a
crrccably to the 41st section of the Act of
for the collection ol laxes.
Borough oj Stroudsburg,
Names. Properly. Taxes.
Augustus Carmcr, one lot, ' $1 98
"William Florv. do 9 G2
Christian Ililler, do 1 62
Lewis Keiucst, do 5 44
Stem, do 4 54
William II. White do 1 08
.Tnhn A. D. Custard, GO acres 2 00
John Colstad. 2 do 2 2G
Jacob Goetz's Estate, GO do 7 87
fieonre Kintz. 3S9 do 6 1G
Laban Lewis, 100 do 5 62
.Tnmcs Lisle. 94 do 2 62
Catharine Nye. 25 do 96
John S. Donaldson 200 do 6 S3
M. 31. Pimraick 3S9 do 4 26
Abraham Nye 25 do 1 48
Emrj Price 1S9 do 2 84
James Wilson i 00
Henry Zergcr ; 4 66
Hcnrv Feler 2 75
Chest nulhill ToicnsJiip.
K bcrt Ifare Powell
iconic Anglemoyer 2
50 i do
14 do "
1 '.: "u.uel Mialer
Ar lrew Price
Li :p Flytc
Mtrwine & Hartzell
3 In M. Kintz
A -wrcw k Eliza Keller 4
V iiiiam Levers 2
Av Ann Marsh 3
John nays 50 acres
Hsviland 400 do
Matthew Kelly 20 do
Henry Smith 20 do
Middle Smithjleld Toicnship.
ITenry Bush 19 acres
Smith field Toicnship.
William II. Bell 10 lots
Jacob Shipmaster 400 acres
I'r '--Jerick Bush
J lm Baits
.c b Boyers Estate
J l a Kinsley,"
j ra'.hlin Merwine
o ib Bufstine
75 acres 2 SG
20 do 1 51
50 do 1 51
101 do 2 SO
1 do SG
30 do 1 87
50 do 4 35
200 do 4 50
3S do 1 97
45 do 3 70
59 do 4 74
70 do 7 76
. 20 do 2 34
150 do 7 57
130 do 33 50
21 do 4 12
9 do 2 00
roO do 2 82
50 do 5 14
112 do 1G2
Y, .rj i? Williams
'tL. Woolbcrts Est
J !.n Albertfon
:Jijc1 Butts Est.
J La Pailey
I. vi Miltar
Jer que A: Geo.
J' -"-me Setzer
' harles Hellyer
Jnc jb Woltart
P ter Kirney
H r,ry J. Ehlcrs
V," "Ham Lonjr
-ej.h F. Heckman 180
y L. Coleman
W.Uianj H. Price
J.ln Van Yhet
142 acres 1 93
115 do 12 4S
500 do 16 20
150 do 7 10
50 do 1 31
112 do 2 39
6 do 2 80
200 do 8 90
9 do 1 12
247 do 7 64
120 do 4 30
"C3 P. Staples
1 OU VUUiW
A- irew J.Beeseck
iliutn S. White
William Barlieb 50 acres
b Hohn 10 do
Jb'jicl Kleckner 70 do
C Larles Smith 25 do
..izabeth Washburn 2 do
William H. Folk
J E. Uoodmacher
Krepge & Merwine
1 hos & John Craig
Adam H. Weiss
.uary Uroyer 7 do
Samuel Gower 15 do
John Gower Estate 10 do
John Jones 14 do
Henry Kintz 131 do
Peter Lcrch 16 do
James Kackhovr 40 do
James Walton 400. do
Ihomss Byskirk. Q AQ
William L. Bush
James P. Heller
Elizabeth Colberts Es. 32 do
John Connelly 245 acres
William Eckhard 50 do
L. D. Shoemaker
Samuel Bond 40 do
Beuben Flick 72 do
Samuel Saylor & Go 204 do
Ira Winter 15 do
Samuel Hays 100 do
Henrr Ehler 112 acres
Ezra Marvin , 88 do
George Nasle 429 do
Johu Merwine 50 do
James Stull 179 do
Levi George 50 do
Easton k Wilkes-
Barre Turnpike Co. 24 do 1 86
SIMON MYERS, Treasurer
Treasurer's Office, Stroudsburg,")
.March 29, 1866. J
Estate of DANIEL TITUS, late of Jack
son township, deceased.
"jVTOTICE is hereby given that letters of
i. M administration unon t he above named
Estate have been granted to the undersign
ed by the Register of Monroe County, in due
lorm ot law; therefore, all persons indebted
to said Estate are requested to make imme-
diaic navment. and those havino1 anv iust
claims arc also requested to present them
egally authenticated for settlement to
JOHN WILSON, Admin'r.
Jackson Corner's, April 12, 1SG6. 6t.
TO THE SCHOOL DIRECTORS OF
Gentlemen: In pursuance of the fori v-
thinl section of the Act of Sth May, 1S54,
you are hereby notified to meet in conven-
lon, at the Courl-House in btroudsburg, on
the first Tucsda', in May, being the first
day of the month, at 2 o'clock in the after
noon, and select viva roce,"by a majority of
the whole number of directors present, one
person of literary and scientific acquirements,
and of skill and experience in the art of teach
ing's Countv Superintendent, for the three
succeeding years ; to determine the amont of
compensation for the same ; and certify the
result to the State Superintendent, at Har
risburg, as requested by the thirty-ninth and
fortieth section of said Act.
JOHN B. STORitf,
April 5, 1SG6. It. Co. Supt. of Monroe Co.
THE LOVERS OF GOOD
aT..-vj horses are respectfully informed
K Ft that the "st trotter
will stand for Mares the ensuing season,
commencing April 1st, at the stables attached
to' MILLER'S Hotel, in Stroudsburg, every
week, and at Bushkill, Pike county, during
the last three davs of each alternate week.
Henry Clay, is" a dark BROWN, free from
white, 10 hands and 2 inches in height, is a
half-brother to the celebrated trotting Stal
lion GEORGE M. PATCHED, and is him
self the fastest trotter in New Jersey.
Terms: To insure a Mare with foal $20.
For further particulars, see large bills, or
SAMUEL BREES, Agent,
For MATH IAS CARMER, Proprietor.
JAS. F. MAXWELL,
Fire and Water Proof Composition
"O ERPECTFULLV calls the attention of
JL persons about to build, not to fail in a
dop:ing our well-known modo of Roofing,
which is now principally used on almost all
first-class buildings throughout the United
Slates. Our Roofs have all the combined
advantages of cheapness and durability. Be
ing perfectly air-tight, there is none so cool
in summer nor so warm in winter. They
are also perfectly fire and water proof, and
warranted to stand good at least for twenty
five years. Besides, they arc put on at al
most half the cost of cither tin, slate or shin
gles. Persons having old tin, siale or shin
gle Roofs leaking badly, can have them re
paired and made fully as good as new, with
out taking off any of the old Roofe.
Address Box No. 3, Post-Ofiice,
April 5, 1SGG. STROUDSBURG, PA.
A Hair Dresser and Hair Restorer,
BOTH COMBINED IN ONE.
20,000 living witnesses are testifying to
their neighbors, from day to day, of
its wonderful effect.
1st. It is not a dye. 2nd. It will not col
or the fckin. 3rd. It will restore the Hair
from a Gray to a beautiful Black, Brown,
Auburn, or whatever might have been its
original color, and cause it to assume its
4th. It will cure all Humors and Diseas
es of the Scalp: keep the head cool and
nice; remove Dandruff and Scurf from the
head; keep the hair moist and silk-like in
its appearance, as in youthful days.
The "Martha Washington Hair Restorer"
is as much ahead of anything of the kind
now in market, as the buii outshines the
moon in brightness and glory.
The best testimony that can be given will
be found inside of each bottle.
Warranted to do all we claim for it, or the
money refunded, after using two bottles.
Try it, and Io Cosiviaced.
DREHER & BRO., Agents,
SIMONDS & CO., Proprietors,
FJTZWILLIAM, N. II.
Sroudsburg, April 12, 1868. lyr.
What workman never turns to the left?
George Fly te Jr 4? do
Martin Seiple 200 do
J. P. Rudy Heller 1 do
Peter Kresge 27 do
A positive and specific remedy for all dis
eases originating from .an impure state of
the blood, and for all (hereditary) diseas
es transmitted from paiibnt to child.
STRUMA, glandular swellings,
ULCERATION, KINGS EVIL,
ERYSIPELAS, SALT RHEUM
This taint (hereditary and acquired,) filling
tnu wim uiuuiu misery, is dv auusuaimeu-
icai remeaies incurable.
If there is any disease in which the Con
stitution Life Syrup is a sovereign, it is in
rneumatism ana its kindred altections. 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 NERTES.
ST. VITUS' DANCE, LOSS OF POWER,
CONFUSION OF THOUGHTS, EPILEFSEY.
mi 1 1 1 rr. i rt
jLiiousanus who nave suiiereu lor years
will bless the day on winch they read these
lines. Particularly to weak, suficriner wo
men will this medicine prove an incstima
ble blessing directing their footsteps to a
Hope which fulfills more than in promises.
SALIVATION, ROTTING OF BONES,
BAD COMPLEXION, ACHES IN BONES,
TEELINC OF WEARINESS. BEPRESSll OF
Constitution Life Syrup purges the system
entirely from all the evil effects of 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-
y as ever.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRTTP
Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive
Diseases, of the Skin like
ULCERS, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES,
and all other difficulties 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 SYRUP
CURES ALL SWELLING OF TIIE GLANDS,
Either of the Face, Neck, or Female Breast,
and should be taken as soon 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 six to
twenty years of age. Young children are
cry suhjeel to discharges from the Ears,
which depends upon a Scrofulous constitu-v
tion. These cases soon recover by taking a
few doses of the Life Syrup.
All scrofulous persons suffering from gen
eral Debility, Emaciation, Dyspepsia and
Dropsy of the limbs, abdomen and in the fe
male, Dropsy of the ovaries and womb, gen
erally accompanied with infiamation and Ul
ceration of the Uteru?, arc permanently cur
ed by Constitution Life Syrup. The disease
known as Goitre or Swelled Neck, the Life
Syrup will remove entirely. The remedy
should be taken for sometime, as the disease
is exceedingly chronic and stubborn, and
will not be removed without extra effort.
Tumors of the ovaries, Tumors of the
Breast, and swelling of other glands of the
body, will be completely reduced without
resorting to the knile, or operations of any
Epileptic Fits, Sympathetic or Organic
diseases of the Heart, as palpitation, Disea
ses of the Valves, producing a grating or fi
ling sound, Dropsy of the Heart Case and all
the affections of this important organ (per
sons suffering from any acute pain in the re
gion of the heart), will be greatly relieved
by Constitutional Life byrup.
Broken down and delicate constitutions
suffering from Indisposition to Exertion, Pain
in the Back, Loss of Memory, Forebodings,
Horror of Calamity, Fear of Disease, Dim
ness of Vision, Dry, Hot Skin and Extreme
ties, want of Sleep, Restlessness, Pale, Hag
gard Countenance, and Lassitude ot the Mus
cular Sysfcm. all require the aid f the Con
stitution Life Syrup.
FOR ALL FORMS OF
Either of the Nose, Throat, Tongue. Spine,
roreheau, or ocaip, no reraeuv lias ever
proved its equal.
Moth Patches upon the female face de
pending upon the diseased action of the liv
er are very unpleasant to the youii'r wife
and mother. A tew bottles of Constitution
Life Syup, will correct the secretion, and
remove the deposit which is dirccliy under
j ii tne diseases or tne liver, giving rise
to Languor, Dizziness, Indigestion, Weak
Stomach or an ulcerated or cancerous condi
tion of that organ, accompanied with burning
or other unpleasant symptoms, will be re
lieved by the uscot Constitution Life Syrup.
0l7"As a general Blood Purifying Agent
the Life Syrup stands unrivaled by any
preparation in the World.
The rich and poor are liable to the same
diseases. Nature nnd Science has made the
Constitution Life Syrup for the benefit of all.
Pure Blood produces healthy men and wo
men: and if the constitution is neglected in
youth, disease and early death is the result,
Price, 1 55 per bottle; one half dozen $7.
WM. H. GREGG, M. D.,
Sole Proprietor, New York.
Morgan & Allen,
Wholesale Druggists, Agents,
No 46 Clifl-st., New-York.
Geo. C. Goodwin & Co., Boston.
J. II. Ree & Co., Chicago.
Fuller, Finch & Fuller, Chicago.
Collins Brothers, St. Louis.
J. D. Park, Cincinnati.
Johnson, Holloway &Co., Philadelphia
Barnes, Ward &. Co., New Orleans.
Barnes, Henry & Co., Montreal, Cannda
Hostetter, Smith & Dean, San Francisco
Wm. Hollinshead Agent, Stroudsburg.?
February 8, &53.-ta.
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
Dry 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 season advan
ces. If you want Prints, call on
H. S. Warner,
If you want Bleached Sheeting or Shirt-
tng call on
H. S. Wagner.
If you want Unbleached Muslin or Sheet
ing call on
H. S. Wagner.
If you want Notions call on
IT. S. Wagner.
If you want Gloves or Hosiery call on
H. S. Wagner.
If you want Cloths or-Cassimeres call on
H. S. Wagner.
If you want Gents Furnishing Goods call
on H. S. Wagner.
If you want
Call on II. S. Wogner.
You will find Sugars at
II. S. Wagner'a.
You will find Coffee at
You will find Syrups at
You will find Teas at
You will find Spices at
You will find Fish at
H. S. Wcgner'd.
II. S. Wagner's.
IT. S. Wagner's
H. S. Wagner's.
You will find Crockery at
IT. S. Wagner's.
You will find Wooden-ware at
II. S. Wagner's.
You will find Brooms & Brushes at
H. S. Wagner's.
You will, finally, be able to find what you
want at H. S. Wagner e.
Between the Bank and the Post-Ofiice.
Feb. 22, 1366.
Good News for the Peoide!
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.
AM HEW asad FRESH GOODS.
I am selling some make of Muslins for
less than they have been sold for the last
Are low enough for any one to buy them
Large reduction in the price of fine
And if you wish to buy good Cloths
and fancy Cassimcrcs, call in. They are
50 cents a yard cheaper than in the fall.
AN2 55LAWKET SHAWLS,
all wool, all sorts and sizes, very low. I
oan give you a bargain in Shawls.
I hare a good
Coffee, Sugars, baking Molas
ses and Syrups,
And lots of other Goods cheap.
Don't forget the place, it is at
Choap Store, in Stroudsburg.
Jan. 11, louO.
T the Hotel keepers of Monroe and ad
Look to Your Interests! ! I
.We are offering Liquors, Wines, &c.,
icarrantcd pure, and containing no JJmos
Oils, Essences, cfrc, whatever, at the fol
lowing very low prices :
Brandies from 50c81 00 per gallon
less than City prices,
Old Bye, 40c(mG5c.
" Apple 50c$l 00
Wines (all kinds 50c(hj$l 00
Please give us a call, or send your or
ders, and satisfy yourselves that wo. do do
it. that we will do it. and the reasons
why'v'Q can do it.
Also, please remember that tve do not
have anything to do with " Bragged" Li
quors. Anything you buy from us we
guarantee Pure, and much below the pri
ces usually paid tor the Drugged Liquors
J. S. WILLIAMS, & Co.,
Stroudsburg, Monroe Co. Pa.
Jaly 27, 18G&,
OPPOSITE THE OLD EASTON BANK,
The Largest Stock I
The Tastiest Styles! The Best Quality
of Work! The Lowest Prices! The
Best Gutter ! The Most Obliging
Salesmen! Are to he found
. at this Establishment !
- E. Co jPYLE, Proprietor :i
CHAS. W. BACHMAN,
Our Gun hits the
Don't You see
Do 3'on want to buy a good
If you do, go to Pauli's Mat
where you will always lind a
at prices to suit all. Of these facts you can be convinced
by calling as directed. 'Remember the place,
J. A. PAULI'S Hat Store,
Opposite the Post Office. ?troudsburg, Pa.
N. B. The highest cash prices paid for all kinds of
Of the latest styles and best qualities
AT PAULI'S HAT STORES.
This being a branch of R. C. Pyle's Clothing establish
ment of Easton, the citizens of
chase 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
styles. Don't forget the place,
iSrov. 23? 1865.
Tlio undersigned having made arrange
ments with Mr. J. G. Ogdcn for a full and
constant supply of iresh Oysters, is now pre
pared to furnish Hotels and private families
with a full supply of the best quality, and
any quantity on 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.
II. C. LEVA N WAY.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 18, 1805.
Estate gfllENR Y SMITH, late of Smith
field Township, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that letters of Ad
ministration upon the above named Estate
have been granted to the undersigned hy the
Register of Monroe County, in due form of
law; thcrclorc, all persons indebted to said
Estate are requested make immediate pay
ment, and those having any just claims are
also requested to present them legally au
thenticated for settlement to
LEVI SMITH, Administrator.
March 15, 180G Stroud township.
Monroe o. Agricultural Socsciyi
NOTICE. The new Certificates of Stock
are now ready for delivery at the office of
the Secretary. Stockholders are requested
to return all certificates for shares and trac
tions of shares, have them cancelled, and
receive those of the new issue instead.
A. REEVES JACKSON, Sec'y
Sbroudeburg, March T5, 1906.
The Newest Goods!.
Late of N. Y. City
Mark every time.
the Fie Fly?
HAT. CAP. or set of FURS
Store, opposite the Post Office,-
good assortment of
Kov. 23. 1865.
Monroe County can now pur
come and examine the latest?
PAULI'S HAT STORE,
Opposite the Post Office,-
R. C. PYLE.
Good Mews for fee Million.
The subscriber hastens to lay the import
ant intelligence before the public, that hs
has added largely to his already large stock
of fashionable and seasonable
Cloths Cassimcrcs, Vesiings, &a
which he will make up to order on short ne
tice, in a manner satisfactory to all. Hi
shelves, literally groan beneath the
Kcady Made Clotliisg
with which they are loaded.
Coats, Overcoats, Pants and Vests
made of the best material, and in the siesf
fashionable manner, at prices to suit all.
Zliris mul (Caps,
lSo$s aiaal S2socs,
&. &C &.C.
and indeed every thing with which ho haff
heretofore supplied the public, will be found
ready for inspection and bale at prices which"
Thankful for favors heretofore received hi,
hopes to merit n continuance of public favor"
at the old stand. ,
Stroudsburg, Dec. 8, 1SC5.
imtkmmT & fflcrnnann,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN .
August 11, 1604. tf.