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A GENTS WANTED TO TAKE!
jfjL orders for the best selling oook now
THRILLING STORIES OF THE GREAT
heroic adventures and hair-
DR. D. D. SMITH,
Dr. D. D. Smith, would respectfully in
iorni the inhabitants of Stroudsbunr and
A positive and specific remedy for all dis
cuses onirinaiinn- rrnm nn rxmrmt" dtikp m?
wuujitv, mat ne nas Dermanentiv located the blood, nnd for n r htTAUn tDI.o
"... O Kr.ir.ol C I 1 t 1I 1 . . I ... '
breadth escapes oi comicrs, ocuuu. uimouu nurt;, wnerc nc win De nappy to es transmuted irom parent to child
and Refugees; caring exploits or omupun, wait upon all who may staud in need of jr
Guerillas. Desperadoes and others; Tales of n;s professional services. T)r. Smith has JLj
T 1 r, r.r1 nlnnfil Wnmoll SforiflS Of iVl?- I . 1 , - . . I
oiuuuj...,-. - -- rucenuy removcQ ironi the citv. where he Rrnnvwxr. a
cros, &c.&c. with Hic.denlsot run ana mer-v , o , . --l -
rimcnt in Camp and Field. By Lieutenant- " 7 ;L" . . 7 m strum glandular swellings,
Colonel Charles S. Greene, late of the Uni- ZM 7. . 3-S n vlceration, KiNOS evil,
ted States Aimv. Handsomely illustrated r , lu uu UIU ukysipelas, saltrheum,
with engravings on steel and in oil colors. Mn ms line ot business, leeth inserted This taint (hereditary and acquired,) filling
(rr- bend lor circulars aim eec me noerai uut; iu iuu out, uu a4i iviuuo Ui mui- me wiin unioiu misery, is by all usual med-
tcrms onereu. iuia ueeu iu wiu iiruiua&iuu, uuu ui&u luusli n;ai ruuieuies mcuraoie.
CHAS. S. GREENE & CO. Publishers, particularly hard rubber. Give him a
No. 134 S. Third-St., Philadelphia, .call and see his specimens. Teetli ex
June 28, ISGa.-lm
Office of Hie Jackson Oil Company
Stroudsburo, June 27, 1SGG
"iVTOTJCE is hereby given, that if the as-
L scssment of three cents per share on
the stock of the original .Shareholders in
haid Company, ordered by a Resolution of said
Company, on the 25th day of Nobember last
(shall remain unpaid up to 2 o clock, r. JM.,
to Friday, the I3t& day of July next, a sum
r.ient number of said share., to pry the as
sessment due thereon as aforesaid, will be
sold on that dar. and at that time, at the
tracted without pain.
June 7, 18G6.;
"J AT I
REDUCED PRICES I
RHEV1A TIS MT,
If there is any -disease in which the Con
stitution Life Syrup is a sovereign, it is in
rheumatism and its kindred affections. The
most intense pains are almost instantly alle-
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 a
Dry Goods Store,
Constantly receives strict attention and
will always be found to contain full and de
sirable assortments. Ills stock of
Ladies Dress Goods
is particularly worthy of examination, and
viated enormous swellings are reduced. he shall be constantly opening all desirable
Cases, chronic or vicarious, of twenty or Novelties in that line as the season advan-
EASTON HALL OF FASHION.
OPPOSITE THE OLD EASTON BANK,
EASTON, PENNA. '
UAttius UKiitiiiiit, begs leave to an
nounce to ms Trienus and and to tne pub-
I tr rrnnnrjillv tnnf ho line met roppivoil n
uouri-nouse in uic Doruun uuuucuuiy, ffenerai assortment of
Dry Goods, JYolions, Dress Trimmings,
at public auction by the lreasnrer ot said
A meeting of the Stockholders ot said
O .t tf ill tin linl? rtt tlio cn inn ulnnn nt
LlUlll 'OUT 1III WW ttv.iv wv. uiv. v....v v.ww v.vi . f . I ,1 - 111
Priori P. M f the same da v to consider consisting, m part of the following desirable
measures for carrying on the work, or leas- "lI5ves v,z-:
tng the Wells of aid Company. uuw,
PrAinntnl.c will lio rpfivnil nt n mnntinrrnfl J(llC7lS
X V w ww -fcw
ihe Directors on the same day for sinkingonc
or more Wells on the .property of the Com-
nanv with the use of one or both Engines of
By order of ihe Board.
LUKE W. BRODHEAD,
June 23, 1SG0.-3L Secretary.
!5 REWARD !
'STRAYED from the premises of the
subscriber, in Jackson township, on
the 1-lth nay ol June, a
1 vcars old. ATo White spots about her :
fresh in milk; thin in fiVsh.
The above reward will be paid to any ono
who returns the said cow to inc.
Jackron tsp., June 21, 1566, 3t.
Children's Dress Goods,
, Worked Edgings,
White Dress Goods,
Ladt's and Children's Sacks
Flannel and Cloth,
Ladjs, Jfisses and Jim's liocs,
Gloves and Collars,
Shroudings, xi'c, tOc,
Goods shown with pleasure. Quicks
or thirty years standing have been cured.
XEKYOUS DEBILITY. SHATTERED NERVES.
8T. VITUS DANCE, LOSS OF POWER,
CONFUSION OF THOUGHTS, EPILEPSEY,
ml 1 I f m t r
jLiioubiuius wno nave suuered lor years
will bless the day on which they read these
! T . 1 . m
lines, rarucuiariy to weaJc, suttenng wo
men will this medicine prow an inestima
ble blessing directing their footsteps to a
Hope which lulhlls more than in promises.
SALIVATION, ROTTING OF BONES',
BAD COSIPLEXION, ACHES IN BONES,
FEELING OF WEARINESS. DEPRESSION OF
LOOK THIS WAY !
mm ! READ !
Chas. Schaefer & Co.
FREXCH & GERMAN
STEA.1 DYLWr ESTABLISHMENT.
Will dye Woolen, Silk and Cottcn
Goods of Every Description, in any
Orders can be left with
Heruman, STROUDSBURG, Pa
June 21, lS66.-lyr.
sales and small profits" at the old and well their friends.
known Millinery Stand of F. A. DKEUSK.
The Millinery business will be carried on
as usual by Mrs. Dreiier.
Patronage rcspectly solicited.
April 26, 1666.
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
ly as ever.
coarsTiTtJTioir life syrup
Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive
Diseases, ot 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 makini
them a disjnistinir obiect to themselves am
If you want Prints, call on
H. S. Wagner.
If you want Bleached Sheeting or Shirt
ing call on
H. S. Wagner.
If you want Unbleached Muslin or Sheet
ing call on
H. S. Wagner.
If you wantiVbio7is call on
H. S. Wagner.
If you want Gloves or Hosiery call on
H. S. Wagner.
If you want Cloths or Cassimeres call on
II. S. Wagner.
If you want Gents Furnishing Goods call
on a. a. vvagner.
If you want
Call on H. S. Wngner.
You will find Sugars at
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. Wagner's.
II. S. Wagner's.
H. S. Wagner's.
II. S. Wagner's.
H. S. Wagner's
The Largest Stock ! The Newest Goods!
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 I
R. 0. PYLE3 Proprietor.
CHAS. W. BACHMAN,
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
CURES ALL S'WELLING OF THE 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 Discharcriner
Sores, which disfigure so many of the youn
ger portion of the community, from six to
TV! OTVIPTTSTA.Tnii7G THE II LOW twenty years ot aire. lounsr cnilUren are
V and bhifcters of new becinners, Fable very subject to discharges from the Ears,
II. S. Wajrner's.
You will find Croclcery at .
H. S. Wagner's.
You will find Wooden-ware at
H. S. Wagner's.
You will find Brooms &. Brushes at
H. S. Wagner's.
You will, finally, be able to find whalyou
want at H. o. Wagner a
Between the Bank and the Post-Office.
Feb. 22, 1866.
Late of N. Y. City)
Our Gun hits the Mark every time.
Don't You' see the . Fur Fly ?
THE mil LATEST !
W IMPOSITION !
Ej W, E
FOR THE COLLECTION OF
PENSIONS, BACK PAY, & BOUNTY.
Qj No charge unless successful. Office
with S. C. Bup.net, E-q.
June 14, 1S66.-31.
208.000. BRICK for MIS.
ITII1E undersigned hnve now for sale Two
hundred Thousand fresh burnt Brick of!
the best qualit', and embracing
HARD, SALMON AND SOFT BRICK,
which they offer to the public, at the lowest
market price. for cash.
BOSSAUD &, STONE.
Stroudsburg, Pa., June 14, 1SGG.
at the old stand, on the corner is still main
taining his reputation as the keeper of the
!nvTi.nn, Ar cheapest store, decidedly, in this section ol
country. Here is no mistaKe in this as tne
following facts wi'l show
He is j-eJIinir PRINTS at from 10 to 20
cts. per yard.
DELATES 25 cents per yard, the price
before ihe war.
SILKS at from SI to &o ver yard.
All kinds of FINE ERESS GOODS at
greatly reduced prices.
MUSLINS from 12 to 25 cents per yard.
READ Y-MA DE CL OTIUXG,
so far below war prices as to astonish pur
chasers. HATS at a verv low figure indeed.
Fable also keeps an eye to the comfort of
which depends upon a Scrofulous constitu
tion. 1 hese cases soon recover by taking a
j few doses of the Life Syrup.
- ? tt
' - - . i-
All scrofulous persons suffering from gen- Wftftfi MAWS WY tlifi rfiftDifi
eral Debility, Emaciation, Dyspepsia and
Dropsy of the limbs, abdomen and in the fe- Cotten Goods have Come down
male Uropsy ot tne ovaries and womb, gen
erally accompanied with inflamation and Ul
ceration ot the Uteru', are permanently cur
ed by Constitution Life Syrup. Thedisease
known as Goitre or Swelled Neck, the Life
SyruD will remove entirely. The remedy
should be taken for sometime, as thedisease
is exceedingly chronic and stubborn, and
will not be removed without extra effort.
Tumors of the ovaries. Tumors of the
bodv, will be completely reduced without
resortinjr to the knife, or operations of any
DR. A. REEVES JACKSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Rerrs leave to announce that, in order to
prevent disappointment, he will hereafter de
vote TIlVliSDAY and SATURDAY of
each veek exclusively lo Consultations
and Surgical Operations at his office.
Parties from a distance who desire to con
ult him, can do so, therefore, on those da's.
Stroudsburg, May 31, lSGG.-lf.
GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS.
WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT !
The Standard History of h War,
Cojiijdclc in one large Volume of over 1,
Splendidly Illustrated with overlbO Fine
Fart raits of Generals, Battle
Scenes, Maps and Diagrams.
In tlie selection of matter for this great
work the author lias conGned himself to
strictly official data derived from the re
ports of Northern and Southern Generals,
the report of the Comuiittee on the Con
duct of the "War, National and Eebel Ar
lie has carefully avoided the introduc
tion of any matter not strie'ly reliable and
official, and has succeeded in producing
what is universally demanded, a fair and
impartial llistory of the War. The great
superiority -of this work over all others is
everywhere acknowledged. It is marked
by a degree of thoroughness and accura
cy Attempted by no cotemporary.
" Old agents, teachers, energetic young
nicn, and all in want of profitable employ
mept, should send at oneo for circulars,
and see why it sells faster and gives bet
ter satisfaction than any other History
JONES BROTHERS & CO.,
No. 507 Minor Street Philadelphia, Pa.
ilay 31, lSGG.-lui
FLOUR AND FEED of best quality, al
ways on hand and for sale at Stokes
pld Mill, by
HUNTSMAN & HOPLER.
April 19, 1666.
THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for
Grain at Stores' old Mill, by
HUNTSMAN & HOPLER.
April 19, 1866.
WANTED TWO GOOD CABINET
MAKERS Sober men, no other
Sped apply. j. H McCARTY.
May 24, 1866.-tf,
ihe inner wan, and offers SUGARS at from" Breast, and swelling of other glands of the '
W to in cents per pounrt.
COFFEES -25 to 35 cents per pound.
MOLASSES, 40 cents to SI per gallon.
A good assortment of CARPETS at near
ly the old rates before the war.
Faulk has no desire lo particularize, but
if you want anything in his line, of good
quality and at less rates than can be pur
chased at any other store, call at Fable's
old stand corner of Elizabeth and
streets and you cannot fail to be suited.
07" No charge for showing roods.
Stroudsburg, Pa., April 19, 1SG6.
TOli THE PJIESEKVATION OF ALT, KINDS Or
Fruits, Vegetables, Jellies, Wines,
Cider, Elc. Sir., Etc.
Without Sugur, and Witlutui Expensive
Sealing or Air-Tight Jvrs. One
Bottle will preserve 12S Founds
of Fruit, or 48 Gallons of
Yinc or Cider.
This Solution when properly used, effect
ually prevents fermentation or decay of
FruitF, and, by the most simple and inex
pensive process, every variety may be kept
in a fresh and perfectly wholesome condi
tion the year round. It is no new and un
certain experiment, but has been in practi
cal use for the past eight ) oars, yet has been,
for the most part, kept from the public for
the purpose of ascertaining the result of a
series of experiments, all of which have prov
ed the validity of all that is now confi
dently claimed for it.
Fruits preserved by this Solution are as
good as the best "canned" fruits, while the
use of the Solution avoids the trouble ot seal
ing, costly jars or cans, keeping from the air
and liuht, frequent examinations, and the
many other troubles and annoyances well
known to every housewife.
L. II. SPEAR, Patentee.
S. P. Wourall, General Agent, No. 91
Hudsen st., N. Y.
Price 1 p?r bottle.
Froin James R. Chilton & Co., the Cele
brated analytical Chemists, New York
Having made numerous experiments with
Mr. Lewis H. Spear's Fruit-Preserving So
lution, we are enabled to state that it will
prevent the decomposition of fruits when
used in the manner described by him. The
prepared fruits upon which we experimented
had been mixed with the Solution, and were
found to resist all attempts to generate fer
mentation. There is nothing iu tho nature
of this Solution which, when absorbed by
the fruits, can act in a manner to render them
JAS. R. CHILTON & CO.,
Sold at Wholesale and Retail by
DREHER & BROTHER, Druggists,
Sole Agents for Monroe County.
OCT Merchants supplied at manufacturers'
prices. A sample of fruit put up last fall
with this Solution, may be seen atour Store.
June 7, 1866.-6rao. D. A B.
in price !
Large, decline in prices of
I am now selling Calicoes and De Lanes
at about 2d per cent
Do 3'on want to buy a good HAT, CAP, or set of ! FURS',
If you do, go to Pauli's Hat Store, opposite the Post Office,
where you will always find a good assortment ol
HATS, CAPS AND FUKS,
at prices to suit all. Of these facts you can he convinced
by calling as directed. Remember the place,
lower than I sold
a weeK ago.
Epileptic .Fits, Sympathetic or Organic
diseases of the Heart, as palpitation, Disea
ses of the Valves, producing a grating or fi-lino-
connd. DroDsv of thellearL Case and all
the affections of this important organ (per- I am selling somc'make of Muslins for
sons suffering from any acute pain in the re- less than they have been sold for the last
gion of ihe hoart), will be greatly relieved two years
ri . . . i r ' f Ci 1
oy uonstitunonai iue oyrup. COTTEIV GOODS
"Rrnknn rintfn nnd delicate constitutions I
suffering from Indisposition to Exertion, Pain low enough for any ono to buy them
in the Back. Loss of Memory. Forcbodmcs. now
Horror of Calamity, iear ol Disease, Dim
ness of Vision, Dry, Hot Skin and Extreme
tics, want of Sleep, Restlessness, Pale, Hag
gard Countenance, and Lassitude of the A! us-
cular System, all require tlio aid of the Con
stitution Life Syrrp.
FOR ALL FORMS OF
Either of the Nose, Throat, Tongue. Spine, can sive you a bargain in Shawls.
Forehead, or Scalp, no remedy has over . And then I have a good assortment of
proved its equal.
Moth Patches upon the female face de
pending upon the diseased action of the liv
er are very unpleasant to tho young wife
and mother. A lew bottles of Constitution
Life Syup, will correct the secretion, and
remove tho deposit which is dirccliy under
In the diseases of the liver, giving rise
to Languor, Dizziness, Indigestion, Weak
Stomach or an ulcerated or cancerous condi-
J. A. PAULPS Hat Store,
Opposite the Post Office, Stroudsburg, Pa.
N. B. The highest 'cash prices paid for all kinds of
a ix new mad fresh goods, shipping Furs. NOY. 23. 1S65.
18 CLOTHING ! CLOTHING! 66,
Of the latest styles and best qualities
AT PAULI'S HAT STORE.
Large reduction in the price of fine
DRESS goods. Thitf ,)ei a branci, 0f r. c. Pyle's Clothing establisu-
And if you wish to buy good Cloths ment of Easton, the citizens of Monroe County can now pur-
a.ul fancy Cassimeres, call in. Ihey are chase the same quality and at the Same priCCS as th0U2"h
"irawa,"luu' tUrtU U4rtM- they bought in Easton. All goods sold as low here as at
Easton. All are invited to come and examine the latest
styles. Don't forget the place,
PAULI'S HAT STOEK,.
Opposite the Post Office,
Nov. 23. 1865. K. C. P YL K.
VyUiieu, ougura, uuKiug itauius- '
AND BLANKET SHAWLS,
all wool, all sorts and sizes, very low. I
scs and Syrups,
And lots of other Goods cheap.
jBr Don t forget the place, it is at
Cheap Store, in Stroudsburg. A JIaSr DrcsSCT and Hair Restorer,
Jan. XI, 18GG. I datit nnAT-nTWT tv nvr
tion of that organ, accompanied with burning . . . . . , .
or other unpleasant symptoms, will he re-UjAlVRR & ItRAPEIl COMBINED. UUU" . wuncsses arc siyying iu
Life Syrup: " " " Uicir neighbors, jrom aay to aay, oj
lieved by the use ot Constitution
THE CAYUGA CHIEF !
its wonderful effect.
WHEELER'S PATENT, WITH DOUBLE
DRIVING WHEELS, FLEXI
BLE EINGER BAR.
FTHIIS perfect Mower is superior to any
SL linrptnfnrfi inrp.ntnd. Tt is built
0f"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
t :r- s - rn, (i,0i,0nnfltnfflii wholy of Iron and Steel.
x)..m. ti i nuin,.oii,oniti,v mon r,n,i ,vnJ It took the Premium at the lastStrouds-
mpn. nnH if ifm institution is nerlected in burg lair. bold by
vouth. disease and earlv death is the result. LIN FORD VAN BUSKIltK
Price, 1 55 per bottle; one half dozen 87. Stroudsburg, -May 24, '66. Agent.
have been its
it to assume its
j. h. Mccarty
WM. If. GREGG, M. D.,
Sole Proprietor, New York.
MOUOAN & ALLEN,
Wholesale Druggists, Agents,
No 40 Clift-st., New-York.
Geo. C. Goodwin & Co., Boston.
J. II. Reed & 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, Canada.
Hostetter, Smith & Dean, San Francisco
Wm. Hollinshead, Dreher & Brother,
Str.oudsburg. February 8, l.S66.-6w.
1st. It is 7io a dye. 2nd. It will not 'col
or the skin. 3rd. It will restore tlie tiair
fmm a Grav to a beautiful UlacK, irown,
Auburn, or whatever micnt
original color, and cause
4th. It will euro all xiumors anu iiseas-
es of tho Scalp ; keep the. head cool and
nice remove Dandrulf and Scurf from the
head keep the hair moist and silk-like in
its appearance, as in youthful days.
Tlie "Martha Washington Hair Restorer"
much ahead of anvthin? of-the kind
TTAB .of vntnrnn.1 frnm TVTn or. Vnrk with MS aS
li i r pautM now in market, as the sun outshines the
Call at moon in brightness and glory.
O EXTRA CHARGE for HEARSE in
rals within o mil
j. h. Mccarty.
nflRndinn Funerals within O miles
May 31, l866.-tf.
TON PLASTER for Bale
STOKEs' old Mill, by
HUNTSMAN & HOPLER.
JOB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS neat
ly and promptly executed at this office..
The best testimony that can he 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 if, uml bo Convinced.
DREHER & BRO., Agents,
SIMONDS & CO., Proprietors,
FITZWILLIAMr N. H.
Sroudsburg, April 12, 1806. lyr.
Good News for the Million
The subscriber hastens to lay the import
ant intelligence before the public, that he
has added largely to his aj ready large stook
of fashionable and seasonable
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vcstings, &c
which ho will make up to order on short no
tice, in a manner satisfactory to all. Hi
shelves, literally groan beneath the
Ready Made Clothing
with which they arc loaded.
Coats, Overcoats, Pants and Vests;
made of the best material, and in the mostl
fashionable manner, at prices to suit all-
Hats nnd Caps,
ISools and Shoes',
&C. &C. &Cr
and indeed every thing with which he hai
heretofore supplied tho public, will be found
ready for inspection and sale at prices which
Thankful for favors Heretofore received'he'
hopes to morit a continuance of public faOF
at the old stand.
Stroudsburg, I?cc. 8, 18G5.
for; aa,le at. this- Office
Southeinicr & lkmmm
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
August 11, 1804. ML