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TIIE AMERICAN COOKING STOVE
Is manufactured with certain improvements
secured by letters patent? unaer uaie 01 11 uv
r isna. and December 5, 18G5. One of
these improvements covers the arrangement
of fitting a portable asn pan in uie hlm.iuv.
a Cooking Stove, to receive the ashes as it
nnsses down from the grate. All persons
nrn rnntioned ajrainst manufacturing, vena
in" or using other Stoves made in imitation
c t, .4.tiflrVnn ctiiic hnve been com-
monend for infringement of these patents,
and all persons manufacturing, selling or us-
. . . 1 1 1 II.,. 1.1 41 . v Wnmn
wg said imitation, win u jwuh.
ces for infringement on these letters patent
SHEAR, PACKARD & CO.,
17 and 19 Green St.,
Albany, N. Y.
The Amwucan is for sale by
FLORY & BROTHER,
Stroud snuno, Pa.
June 14, ISGG.-Gm.
A MONTH ! Agents wanted for
V"" six entirely ncto articles, just out
Address O. T. GAREY. City Building, Bid-
deford, Maine. January 4, 1 666.-1 y.
At Danville, Pa., on the 3rd inst., by ihc
Rev. E. X. Lightner, Charles Watson, of
Philadelphia, and Kate G., daughter ot ii.
II. Bil ly, Esq., of Danvilre.
In Stroudsburff, at the bride's resit.ei.cn,
on the :id inst, by the Rev. J. 11. Alday, Mr.
Chahlbe T. Miller, of Dennison t.p., and
Mis Ehma C. Taylor, of Stroudsburg.
Ju'y 4th, 1SGG, at the residence of John
Labar, Pucono, by the Rew Edward Bairass,
Mr. Ferdinand D. Staples, of Smithfield.
and MiiS Mary Ann Dunl.vf, of Pocono,
!,.-- county, Pa.
. '., ppy pair, have started fair,
I ,i liyman's pleasant shore;
Mcw- -v jTJlf, swell out their sails,
Tii !r.;!l bo uo more. .
PmtAri:i.riTiA, .Mine 5th, 1S66.
TOTSrK. All b- ck iis the Big R-ic-H
coon Mining &. Manufacturing Oil Co,
on which the aseasiwent of 0?E CENT
per e'nre due May 21.-1, 1866, remains un
will be sold at public sale at the office
Jie Co.. No. :Mi WaJnut-st., on TUfiS
7 Y Aupcrtt 14th,"lS66, a: 4 o'clock P. M.
J. S. BARBER, Scc'y.
3. & m i n i s 1 veil 0 r 's Notice.
Estate ofCAROLiSE M1CIITLE, dec.
"VTOTICE is hereby given, J bat letterscf;
J.- administration on the Est.ite of the !
above named Caroline Miclnle, late of the
township of Smithfield, in the county of Mon
roe, deceased, have been granted to Jacob F.
Herzog, residence in Scrauton, Luzerne Co.,
All persons therefore having claims or de
mands against the Estate of the snid dece
dent, are" requested to unite J he same known
to the said Jacob F. Herzog without delay. J
J. F. HERZOG, I
Ju!v 10, lS6fi.-Gt. Administrator.
Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office
Stroudsburg, State of Pennsylvania,
1st dav of Julv 1606.
American, Pub. of
Angle, Mary Miss
ILaer, J.dm P.
iL'rvev, E. S.
Dingham, A. S
Ei bry, Jaiwb .
Engl cr &- Fi&'ier
Megisr, S. IL
31ount, Mary Etty
Miller, Gideon J.
Ncwheart Joseph II.
Tsorcott & Thompson
FcUiermaa, Jeruine II. Price, Annie
Gi!c.in, G. Rodenbiugh, G. W.
Gazette, Pub. of
K inkle, Win. II.
Regis, Frederick 2
Scholl. 11. W.
L&njr, Gottfried AdamWalson, Win.
Labar, Hughey Vi'h.tecjb, W. II.
OCr'fo obtain any of these letters, the ap
plicant n.asi call for "Advertised Letters,"
give the date of this list, and pay one cent
OCT If not called for within one month,
thev will be sent to the Dead Lptter OiBcc.
THEODORE SCIIOCH, V. M.
TO Y U L IT G M
Just puUishcd, in a Scaled Envelope
Price six cents.
ment, and IlaHical Cure of Spi'rmaloraa, or
Se-.'.in tl Weakness. Inv..liutsry Ennssions,
Sexuil Debili'y, ind Impediments to Mar
riage generally. Kervousne.-s, Consusnpi ifn,
Epfiep?-, and 'Fits; Mental and Pliysical In
capacity, wilting frm S' l-Abuse, &.c. By
JiOBEl'tT J. CUnrERWELL, M. D., Au
thor of th" " Green Book," &c.
The world renowned au'hor, in this ad
mirable Lecture, clearly proves from his
own experience that the awlul consequences
of 5elf-Abu?e may be efiVciually removed
without medicine, and without .dangerous
surgical operations, bougies, instrum'-nts.
rinrs. or cordials, nointiitfr out a mode of
cure once certnin and effectual, by which
every fufferer, no mutter what his condition
tnav'be. mV cure himself cbcuply. private-
h-.and rndic.llv. THIS LECTURE WILL
PROVE A BOON TO THOUSANDS AND
Sent underseal. to any address, in a plain
sealed envolope, on the receipt of eix ceute,
or two postage stamps, by addressing
nn as. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
tot Vurk. Post-of-
fice Box 45SG.
March 22, 1306. ly.
THE SHAWNEE MA.THEBIAT1CAL
ASD CLASSICAL SCHOOL.
rpiIE subscriber has opened a Day and
JL Boarding School, at Shawnee, Penn
Byivania, for the purpose of furnishing La
dies and Gentlemen, at home and abroad, an
ODnortunitv to Durue anv studies they may
desire, to fit them for the various duties of
M9l UB B.SU8I
The location is unsurpassed in the rich
ness and variety of its surrounding scenery.
Its fine valley, its beetling cliffs, and lakes
imbosomed in the mountains, all combine to
make it one of the most desirable places for
a Boarding fichool. The location is healthy,
and free from the corrup'ing influences in
and near cities and large towns.
For further information, address the un
dersigned, Shawnee, Pa.
Rev. J. K. DAVIS, Principal
Shawnee, J que 28, 1866
AcjektS wanted to take
orders for the best selling hook now
THRILLING STORIES OF THE GREAT
Comprising heroic adventures and hair
breadth escapes of Soldiers, Scouts. Spies
and Relugces; daring exploits of Smugglers
Guerillas. .Desperadoes and others; Tales 0
Loyal and Disloyal Women: Stories of Ne
gros, fec. &.c. with incidents of Fun and Mer
runcnt in Camp and Field. By Lieutenant
Colonel Charles S. Greene, late of the Uni
ted States Army. Handsomely, illustrated
with engravings on steel and in oil co ors,
03 Send for circulars and see the liberal
CHAS. S. GREENE & CO. Publishers,
No. 134 S. Third-SL, Philadelphia
June 23, 1868.-1 m
Office of the Jaclison Oil Company,
Stroudsburo, July 9, 1SGG.
.VTOTICE is hereby civen, that if the as
Lf sessment of three cents per share on
the stock of the original Sharenoldcrs 111
said Company, ordered by a Resolution of said
Company, on the 25th day of Nbbember last
shall remain unpaid up to 3 o-clock, P. M.f
of Tuesday, the 31 ts day of July inst,a sum
cient number of said shares, to pay the as
sessment due thereon as aforesaid, will be
sold on that day, and at lhat time, at the
Court-Housc in the Borough of Strou;!sburg,
public auction by the T reasnrer of said
A meeting of the Stockholders of said
Company will be held at the same place-at
3 o'clock, P. M., of the same day to consider
measures for carrying on the work, or leas
ing the Wells of said Company.
Proposals will be received at a meeting of
the Directorson the same day for sinking one
or more Wells on the properly of the Com
pany with the use of one or both Engines of 1
By order of the Board.
LUKE W. BRODKEAD,
July 10, 186G.-3t. Secretary.
Bv virtue of a writ of lev. facias, to
me directed, issued out of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, of Monroe County, I will expose
to sale, at public vendue, on
Suhirday, the 2lst ifct of Jvhj next.
at 2 o clock in tnc atternoon, at 1110
Court House, in the borough of Stroudsburg,!
the following described real estate, to wit : j
All those two certain tracts or pieces of
land situate partly in the township of Para-!
dise and partly in tiie lownsnip 01 .Darren,
in the county of Monroe. I lie iirst one sur-
veved on a warrant from the Land Office of
Pennsylvania, granted to Samuel Davidson,
and numbered on the Commissioner's Books
of Mmirce county, No. Ill, containing
with the allowance (excepting from this tract
25 ACRES, with allowance oil the south
west corner where Samuel Wcolbaugh lives).
The second tract surveyed on a warrant
from the Land Office of Pennsylvania gran
ted to John Hoglin, and numbered on the
Commissioner's Books of Monroe county,
No. 112, and containing
410 A errs :il ISO Perches
with allowance, &c , (excepting out of the
c-ime two pieces of land, one piece contain
in" ICO ACRES, 64 PERCHES, and th.i
oth cr containing 203 ACRES, and 4 PER
CUES). Being the same premises which
Stroud J. Holiinshead and wife, by Deed da
ted December 3, 1361, granted and conveyed
to Richard Compton.
The improvements are one
2 htories high, 1G by 23 feet, with KITCH
EN attached, 12 ft. by 14 ft. One
14 by 21 feet, U stories high. One
13 ft. by 20 it., and one
1G by 13 ft. One
12 ft. by 12 ft. About 35 acres are cleared,
of whicn 20 acres are MEADOW, balance
TiM HER LAND. Fruit trees and other out
buildings upon the premies.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop-
artv r.F Uiohmnni! Oomnton. and to be so-d
by me for cci.
CHARLES HENRY, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office Stroudsburg, )
June 28, 18GG. S
K SCW A KB
STRAYED from the premiees of
gAv. subscriber, in Jackson township,
the 14th uiy 01 June, a
15 S2 2 54 23 COW
11 yeara old. No While spats about Her
fresh in milk; thin in flesh.
The above reward will be paid to any one
who returns the said cow to me.
Jackfon tsp., June 21, 1806. 3t.
,m BUCK for SALE.
rrzHE undersigned have now for sale lvo
-2- hundred Thousand fresh burnt Brick of
the be.t quality, and embracing
HARD, SALMON AND SOFT BRICK,
which they offer to the public, at the lowest
market price?, for cash. nmMrrt
BOSSARD & STONE.
Stroudsburg, Pa., June 14, 186G.
D7i. A. REEVES JACKSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
TWs Inave to announce that, in order
prevent disappointment, he villhcrcafierde-
vote THURSDAY and SATURDAY of
each week exclusively 10 Consultations
and Suugical Operations at his office
Parties from a distance who desire to con
sult him, can do so, therefore, on those days.
Stroudsburg, May 31, 16GG.-tf.
FLOUR AND FEED of best quality, al
ways on hand and for sale at Stokes
old Mill, by
HUNTSMAN &. HOPLBR.
April 19, 1.800.
nnHE HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for
X Gra n at Stokes' oiu jmjii, y
" HUNTSMAN & IIOPLER.
April 19, 1800.
awtrD TWO GOOD CABINET
MAKERS Sober men, no nine r
May 24, 18G0.-tf.
j. h. Mccarty.
For Sale at this Office.
DR. D. D. SMITH,
Dr. D. D. Smith, would respectfully in
form the inhabitants of Stroudsburg and
vicinity, that he has permanently located
himself here, where he will be happy to
wait upon all who may stand in need 0
his professional services. Dr. Smith has
recently removed from the city, where he
has had a city and country practice of
over twenty years, which he thinks will
enable him to do the most diffiult work
in his line of business. Teeth inserted
from one to full sett, on all kinds of met
tals used in the profession, and also most
particularly hard rubber. Give him 1
call and see his specimens. Teeth ex
tracted without pain.
June (, lbbb.
-: AT :-
RmUEb PRICES !
DARIUS DREHER, begs leave to an
nounro to his friends and and to the pub
ic generally, that he has just received a
general assortment of
Dry Goods, Motions, Dress Trimmings,
MILLINER T GO ODS
consisting, in part of the following desirable
articles, viz. :
Children's Dress Goods,
Shetland Wool Shaicls,
White Dress Goods,
I user lings,
Lady's and Children's Sacks
Flannel and Cloth,
Lady's, Misses and Men s Iloes,
Gloves and Collars,
Shroudings, &c, &c,
Goods shown with pleasure. "Quicks
sales and small profits' at the old and well
known Millinery Stand of F. A. JJUbtlUK.
The Millinery business will be carrieu 0111
as usual by Mrs. Dxeiier.
Patronage respectly solicited.
April 26, 1SGG.
THE MM LATEST !
W IMPOSITION !
N OTWITHSTANDING TliU liLUW
and blusters of new beginners, Fable
at the old stand, on tiie corner is still main
taining his reputation as the keeper of the
cheapest store, decidedly, in this section ol
country. There is no mistake in this as the
following facts will show :
He is seMing PRINTS at from 10 to "20
cts. per yard.
DELANES 2o cents per yard, me price
before the war.
SILKS at from SI to &2 ycr yard.
All kinds of FINE ERESS GOODS at
greatly reduced prices.
MUSLINS from 12 to 2o cents per yard.
READY-MADE CL O THING,
so far below war prices as to astonish pur
HATS at a very low figure indeed.
Fable also keeps an eye to the comfort of
he inner man, and offers SUGAlib at from
10 to IS cents per pound.
COFFEES 25 to :in cents per pound.
MOLASSES, 40 cents to SI per gallon.
A "nod assortment of CARPETS at near
ly the old rates before the war.
Fable has no desire to particularise, but
!.... .....nt nnl'tllinlT in hlQ litlP. fif CTnOfl
nualitvand at less rales than can be pur-
ciiaeed at anv otner store, can ui i'Ain.ts
: .. --11 -o
old stand corner of Elizabeth and
jtreets and you cannot fail to be suited.
OCT No charge for showing goods.
Stroudsburg, Pa., April 19, 18G6.
FOIt THE PRESERVATION OF ALL KINDS OF
Fruits, Vegetables, Jellies, Wiiies,
Cider, E;., Etc., Eic.
Without Sugar, and II Uhout Expensive
Sealing or Air-Tight Jars. One
Dottle will preserve 128 Founds
0 Fruit, or 4 Gallons oj
Wine or Cider.
This Solution when nrope'rly used, effect
fermentation or decay of
Fruits, and. bv the most simple and ineX'
pensive process, every variety may be kept
in a fresh and perfectly wiioiesome conui
tion the year round. It is no new and un
certain experiment, but has been in practi
cal use for the pari eight years, yet hasbeen,
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
dentlv claimed for it.
Fruits preserved by this Solution are as
good as the best "canned" iruils, while tne
use of the Solution avoids the trouble of seal
ing, costly jars or cans, keeping from the air
and light, frequent examinations, aim uie
many other troubles and annoyances well
known to every housott no.
L. II. SPEAR, Patentee.
L. P. WoanALL, General Agent, No. 91
Hudsen si., N. Y.
Price 1 p-jr bottle.
From James R. Ciiiiton & Co., the Cele
hratcd analytical Chemists, eio York
HavinT made numerous experiments with
Tr r.nwis II. Snear's Fruit-Preserving So-
lmlnn ww nro nnnh Uid to State tliat 11 Will
!UtlWtl WW,ww -
prevent the decomposition of fruits when
used in the manner described" by him. The
nrenared fruits upon which wo experimented
had been mixed with the Solution, and were
found to resist all attempts to generate ter
mentation. There is nothing in tho nature
nf this Solution which, when cbsorbed 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.
Or Merchants supplied at manufacturers
A nnrmlA rin i r ntif 11 ri I :l K I I 1 1
June 7 16G0,-6mo. O. & B.
MmU I m y? 1
H. S. "WAG-NEB,
(Successor to George P. Heim,)
Would invite attention to his full and va
ried assortment of
All the usual Departments requisite to a
Dry fioods Store,
Constantly receives strict attention and
will always be found to contain Juil and de
sirable assortments. His stock of
Ladies Dress Goods - .
is particularly worthy of examination, and
he shall be constantly opening nil desirable
Novelties in that line as the season advan
ces. If you want Prints, call on
II. S. Wagner.
If yon want Bleached Sheeting- or Shirt
ing" call on
11. . Wanner.
If you want Unbleached Muslin or Sheet-
intr call on
II. S. Wagner.
If you want Notions call on
II. S. Wagner.
If you want Gloves or Hosiery call on
II. S. Wagner.
If you want Cloths or Cassimcres call on
II. S. Wagner.
If-you want Gents Furnishing Goods call
n ci T
on A'i. tvujjuur.
If you want
II. S. Wagner,
You will find Sugars at
You will find Coffee at
You will find Syrups at
You will find Teas at
You will find Sji'ccs at
You will find Fish at
IT. S. Wagner's.
II. S. Warner's.
You will find Crockery at
II. S. Wagner's.
You will find TVootfeH-wffre at-
II. S. Wagner's.
You will find Brooms & Brushes at
II. S. W.igner's.
You will, finally, be able to find wlmlyou
ti n nr
want at - a- wngner.
Between the Bank nnd the Post-Olhce.
Feb. 22, 1866.
Good Mews for the People!
Colten 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..
ALL HEW and FRE5H GOODS.
T nm sollinr some make of Muslins for
less than they have been sold for the la
Are low enough for any one to buy them
Large reduction in the price of fine
A.l CP m;.l, ln rrnr.l 7n7,
and fancy Cassimcres, call inT They are
,1 ii . i'ii
5Q c(juts a d chcapcr tiian jn t!
all wool, all sorts and sizes, very low
can "ive you a bargain in Shawls.
And thcu I have a good assortment ot
Coffee, Sugars, baking Molas
ses and Syrups,
And lots of other Goods cheap.
R3r Don't forget the place, it is at
Cheap Store, in Stroudsburg.
Jan. 11, 18GG.
Mmi & REAPER CG9IBINBD.
tie cAfiA mm s
WHEELER'S "PATENT, WITH D0UBLJS
DRIVIHG WHEELS, iLE&L
BLE EINGER BAR.
rmillS perfect Mower is superior to any
M. homtnfnrn invented
JLt 13 UUIIl
wholv of Iron and Steel.
It took the rretnium at tne last dtrouas
. . . . i i i n i 1
burg Eair. Sold by
LIN FORD TAN BUSKIItF
Stroudsburg, May 24. '00. Agent
J. H. McOAHTY
II" AS just returned from Ncw-York with
JL a splendid assortment of PARLOR
and QIIAMBER FURNITURE. Call at
his Ware-Rooms. May 31, lbuo.-u.
TVTO EXTRA CHARGE for HEARSE in
f.K.. ITnnnrnlo witlllll f) mllCS
of Stroudsburg. J. H. McUAKi .
May 81, 18G6.-tt.
Ciff TON PLASTER for sale at
UU StokesW Mill, by
HUNTSMAN & IIOPLER
Aprjj iq 1866.
I I . , , ' 11
I J ly an J promptly exocmed at tins ofhw
OPPOSITE THE OLD EASTON BANK,,
The Largest Stock !
The Tastiest Styles! The Best Quality
of Work! The Lowest Prices! The
Best Gutter ! The Most Obliging'
Salesmen! Are to "be found
at this Establishment !
-.' , S. C. PYLK Proprietor;
CHAS. W. BACH MAN,
Our Gun hits the
Don't You see
Do von want to buy a 'ood
If von do, p'o to Pauli's Hut
where you will always find a
at prices to suit all. Of these facts you can be convinced
by calling as directed. Remember the place.
1ST. E. The highest cash
-i n srTT rsYTTTT TSTI- J
1 r.-i n r.i r hi 1 t a w Tr 1
Jw - '
Of the latest styles
This being a branch of R.
HI CI1 C Ol iiaStOll, LllC UILIZv;l3 Wl
ch";1S0 lllC SUmc qilillitV and Sit the Same pHCCS ftS thoilgll
... . . . . 1
they bought in Easton.. All
Kaston. All are invited to
styles. Don't forget the place, . -
Nov. 28, 1865.
qy ftrcsscr and Hair Restore'!',
110TII COMUINJ-D IN ONE;
20,000 living xoilncsses arc testifying to
their neighbors, Jrom day to day, oj
its wonderful effect.
1st. It is no a dye. 2nd. It will not col-
or the bkm. ;Jni. it win repu:
n,., lwv.ni Jfnl Rluek. lmwn,
nrvhlltevcr miiil.t have bnen i
. . I lr nil. f.lllSU H I" tlBOUillU
III I " I llil I LUIUI 4
4th. it will cure mi iin'"a uuu wioud-
es of the Scalp; keep tnc he.nl coot aim
nice; remove Dnndnm ami ocurc irom ine
hend; keep the Am.- mom nmi siiic-uue in
its' a mien ranee, ns in youthful days.
Tho "Martha WasliingtonHair Restorer"
bond ofnnvthin? of the kind
now in market, as the sun outshines the
at monn in brightness and glory. ;
The best testimony lliut can uc given vm
be found inside of each bottle.
Warranted to do ull we claim for it, or llic
money refunded, after using two bottles.
Try it, ami be Convince!.
DREHER & BRO., Agents,
0 STROUDSBURG, PA.
SIMONDS & CO , Proprietors,
FITZWILL.AM, N. II.
Sroudsburg, April 12, 1600. lyr.
For sale at this Offico :
Tne M ewest Goods!
z - ' O
Late of N. Y. City;
the Fin' Flj?
HAT. CAP, or set of FURS,
Store, opposite the Post Office
good assortment ot
A. PAULI'S Hat Store,
Post Office, Stroudsburg, Pa.
prices paid for all kinds of
ftOY. 23. 1865.
and best qualities
C. Pylc's Glotliing establish-
goods sold as low here as at
come and examine the latest
Opposite the Post Office.
II. C. PYLE.
Good News for tfac Million.
The subscriber hastens to lay the import
ant intelligence before the public, that her
has added largely U his already large stock
of fashionable and seasonabln
Cloths, Cassimcrcss Veslings, &Cr
which he will make up to order on short no
tice, in a manner satisfactory to all. ITia
shelves, literally groan beneath the
Reajly Made Clothing
with which they are leaded.
Goats, Overcoats, Pants and Vests
made of the bct material, and in the most
fashionable manner, at prices to suit ull.
IaS asad Caps,
JSools iiaad Shoes,
and indeed every thing .with which he has
heretofore supplied the public, will be( found
ready for inspection and bale at prices which
Thankful for favors heretofore received h
hopes to merit a continuance of ppblic faror
nl the old stand.
Stroudsburg, .Dec. 8, 1605.
Seiithcwer & Bleri'mann,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
AuguBUll, 1SUL tf.