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AmsTocnACT. One or the correspondents of a The Mokmoxs. It"is ki.own that tlie Mormons,
leading Van Buren paper (die Baltimore Republi- after leaving Missouri, repaired to this State, and
can,) writing from Washington .says, of General remaiucd the last winter in Quincy and this ncigh
Hariison : "Gtve lam a barrel of hard cider, nnd . boihood, and that during the past summer theypur-
a pension of $2000 a a year, and our word for it he chased a large tract of land at the head the Des
will sit Ihc'remamdcr of his days in a Loo Cabin, by Moines rapids of the Mississippi, on both sides of
a sea coal fire, and study moral hhilosophy." Theie the river, including the towu of Commerce. We
Is a touch of aristocracy in the above sentiment,
coming from a friend ol Van liurcn, mat is more recently to Ins lnend in tins county, giving some
prevalent among the Van Huron leaders than the further particu'ars which may be found interesting.
e arc aware of. lhcre is a disposition to' 1 he town plat of Commerce was purchased of
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cushions upon which Mr. Aran Buren reclines so j
gracefully and naturally, would be soiled in tt.e
estimation ol some ol hislnends, by the aaproach ;
nf jn nlnin individual-as Cieneral Harrison
individual-as licneral Harrison,
The glories of the East room would be dhnd for J
ever by the "rabble" if such a man as Harrison,
possedit. The dandyfieu, travelled and high bred
puppies, who louno on the splendid sofas of the !
Presidentjg, house, would see their privileges in-1
vaded perhaps, by the mechanic and husbandman. J
if Old Tippecanoe should, by some unfortunaio t
chance, receive the congratulations of the yeo-!
mamv of the countrv as the Chief Magistrate. I
The idea is too shocking for the nerves of those '
wno nave oasKea SO long in execuuve iavur. i
"Take the odious creature away," they crv, " he
.must not presume to come here. If the rabble will
many I emtones the sue-1
-ccssful negotiator of mmy Treaties, and now the
Farmer of his own acres, because he wa3 too ho-!
nest to enrich himself, likeso many do now, out of
for pim&fimen. The people think differently. I
"Ttoey will render the study of moral philosophy a
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soothing occupation :
lion lo Martin Van Buren in 1811. .
Buds County Intel.
Ak Ai.uafxe.-B yaccounts from Washington, ;
we learn that an alliance has been formed between
sneer at Ucneraiiiarnson,ccrawje no is roon, anu ( xji. uanana. umer purchases were maae aajom
iherefore unfit for the high station, now filled by ing until the quantity amounted to about 900 acres,
the delicately bred, polished and courtly Van Bu- j From Dr. G. was purchased also 20,000 acres in
ren. Tlio old war-worn chieftain is too common the half-breed reservatikn, lying opposite, and iu
and republican in his manners, to be thought of as ! eluding the town of Montrose, formerly Fort Des
nn occupant of tho White House. The velvet Moines. The whole nurchese money amounted to
give linn something, let it be hard cider, in a Jjog conierence, as one ot tne points ol gathering lor t a nealect he anticipated, and had no care lor,
Caeix, and some money, and do send the beggar the church in the latter days. The Mormons re-1 werenow produced The Spiritual world was
away, he smells of the people." Here is " de.no- gard the signs of the times as indicating the ap- j . u w t of his thonglu
cracy' with a witness. J he Hero of many bat- proach ot the miUenium ; and these points are se-: , t mr,v n;iU ,ie Re-
President Van Buren and John C. Calhoun of S. , her of Hunt's Mtrrkant's Magazitic, a sensible ar
Carolina. upon the following conditions : Mr. Cal- tide on the ' State of the Currency.' from the pen
houn is to give his support, together -with that of: of Charles F. Adams, Esq. the only surving son
his little band offolhnvers in the House, to the ' of the venerable ex-President. Mr. Adams is yet
principal measures of Van Buren that will be agi- 'a young man, but he, has evidently thought much
:ated in Congress, in return for which the party of ' and deeply on subjects connected with political
the President is not to insist upen anew tariff, or:
do any other act unsavory to the creat nullifier. !
How this coalition was brought about, we are not .
able to say but , it must have been at tne greatest .
cost of feeling on both sides. . Of all men, John ;
C. Calhoun should have been ;the last to so the '
support of the administratior
ttftn -rv, r-
strongly arrayed against it, and more powerfully : law. Tney commend themselves to the good
and violently opposed it. He denounced it as the j sense of all" who think frcely.---iVc?tJ World.
most rotten, coriruptand villainous administration j " The truth must, sooner or latter, make itself
that ever existed, and was arrayed, side by side, felt, even of the obtusest sense, that money can
with the best men of the country to destroy it. ' not be dealt with in a manner at variance with the
And of ail men not one was so cordially hated and natural laws which regulate its movements, ivith
despised by the President and his partizans. as out producing public embarrassment. It has a
this same .loVin (1. f!a1Wimv Jn nnp was ;n nftP.n . iXrro of itc mvn h-IiJpVi ocr-nnno tlio nmwr nC liwc
the subiect of vitnneraliori in thfi (ilohp. hv Hlnir.1
or of abuse in the Senate, by Benton, he seemed to j r.ough to decree that gold and silver should be the I The mixture was placed in a closet and Mr.
be devoted to their hate, and was denounced as only medium used in the settlement of all debts, Gigon's servant mistaking it for wholesome flour
the Veriest villain that ever breather. 3)utxmcjtw pa-mcms of aiy kind TThat3ocn.i,-thcr -ntruid- maae it witiroiirer jiigreilicntsitito a pudiling. nn.
washing in the waters of their political Jordan.has decree nothing but an absurdity, which the first which the whole family partly dined. An in
made him as spotless as a "Vestal Yirg'm, and he disposition of a debtor assets would sufficiently hl the bodies of
isnowthe man oftheir party, of their counsels, and I establish. So if thev were to declare, by statute, ! ?e! as alreart) been ne cl upon tne uouies oi
. .f their adoration. Their. Cataline has become a i that credit should be abolished, it would exist not ! Mr- Ggon and ,s servant girl and a verdict re-
r-t o-nA thotr thint- him fit nnv for fir.r lilinfr.
even for Martin's successor to the Presidency, if j a cow, a bale of cotton, or an acre of land, will
3jenton but assents. Calhoun's grand object in serve, pro hac vice, the purpose of a tender, in pay
making this step no doubt was displace Benton and ment of debt, provided always, the creditor is sa-
obtfiTh the influence of the administration, for the
JSft : T .u:,. u r- r 1,,.-
fitiri. hnwovw. ht will be frustrated, for the noo-
ple'jntend to have their own way lor once, tney
iiave indicated their choice, and will triumphantly
a elect the gallant iiero ol the 1 hamcs to the othec
-lb which Calhoun is aspiring. Easlon Whig.
-Th(f following just and fearless observations
Ujcre made m a recent speeca ot Air. 1'icKons,
niojnoer of congress lrom
AftpSthe promulgation of sucli treason to Loco- i lions, to admit of a violation of any law with im
focoism, the party could hot think of electing :Punity-. But all trifling, or unjust, or capricious
' injunctions, will be violated, and that violation will
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j& or tne last ten years.there has been too strong
JLxectmve action in this Government, and it is
time that the Representatives of the People
5!:houid assert independence and trample on the
ties oi parlv looking only to the good ol the :
..f...,.T- m"tl,B Mm-tlii' ni"A, fmciiinti,, ,,!:
to the preservation of their own honor and in-
, , Tr , , ... , i nAjnjr. y raw. me inannum ai wnicn mcv snail
dependence. If there he one s-joject more dear , be - To be sure this is an anU nolj-on ex.
w inc than another, it is that I may seel pied by the progress of knowledge ; but even
tUis House redeemed and regenerated that I , antique notions appear to return upon us with al
ma v see it break loose fro:n its subserviency to most the regularity of our fashions. Butchers are
ibat Monster God of Party which "i- reared up : found to combine not to buy cattle of drovers, and
on every side, and which claims from its vie-
is ai a base, devoted and blind idolatrv
i uu uie oencacv oi mv posi iuu. i corn.not Ieflert that ifbpf js very high- thc prflt Qf
in sujj:cs5 my icauineiu. i wumu nuv cur ; nHmg cattle will become so great as te induce the
:ue proudest diadem that ever sat on a monionly true remedy, a multiplication of them. The
ureh's brow, if I could not wear it uushaklejSraearer an article becomes, the smaller does thc
knd free. 1 ask no political favor. I desirenSpss of persons grow who feel themselves t.ble to
support except upon honest principles, which I ff- Hence, whilst on one side the demand
i U..1.11.. a ,.k- i I...1.1 .. : diminishes, on the other the supply increases, until
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the world. '
Airoaous.A amixtucai auempi was maue
a day prtwotmcc to poison the lamily of Mr.
a . 4 a 4 t- l - . 1
Jsse Hoyt, the collector of this port in the fol-
lowing manner. A package was delivered at
MHoyt s house, m iJond street, which the
bearer .said 'was seut from a grocery in the
Bowery, and was a sample of very fine coffee.
From some circumstance suspicion was arou
sed in the mind of Mr Hovt, and he forwarded
ths .parcel to Mr, Chihon to analyze,
amination Mr. Chilton found the coflec
ly impregnatiMl with arsenic. In the vile
prp otrator of ihis intended wholealinurder
may be is yot to "bo discovered. It is toibe ho
ped however that lie will not long escapee de
tection or the punishment due so horrible a
t.riine. ir. Y. Pap.
.Caution to Boys. At Marblehead, Mass.
a few days since, a lad named Richard Cole,
while practising the feat of standing on his
head, burst a blood vessel, causing immediate
nave seen a letter Irom one ol the society, writes
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70,000, a largo portion of it on long payments.
The name of Commerce has been changed to !
Nauvoo, Urom the Hebrew oi Egyptian,) and
the lots all laid on anewinto three or more classes.
Each lot is a block, and contains (including the
ground allotted for streets) one acre. The prices ,
are graded, according te the class of lots, the first
class being about SS00. The friend to whom the
letter before us written is a purchaser of., one of
Montrose, being an excellent landing opposite
Nauvoo, will probably be laid off on the same plan,
Joseph Smith, jr., Sidney Riedon and Judge
Higbee, have just started for Washington, to peti-
r t - . r . 1 r
of the Mis-,
uuu u.iyrc&s iur reiiei growing oui
Nauvoo has been chosen by the church, at a late
lected as ensigns lor gath
cape the judgments that will immediately precede
We are told that largo accessions have been ,
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have been established in those counties, and the
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society is represented as havincr never been more
nw.lv iq Tfnrn?nntPfi as hnvino- nsvnr hpen more
prosperous, or as indulging brighter hopes tban at
prcsent. - iorm Keg. JSov. 30.
economy; and he appears to take a sound and im
partial view of the great and exciting topics of the
day. He discusses the subject in hand without j
reference to party tactics, and speaks out his full I
mind without fear or favor. In the article alluded
to, we find the following sagacious remarks on ar- !
i. .4 i;,.i,;., a m,i.;. rnr. k..
If u hnAv nf ttiati rnnh hr z:mrn;iA nrhitrnrv o.
tho loce firm r h- mutiir.! iinHorcHnrlinr A hm-co
tisfied in his mind that he shall not do better by re
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Wn nrp latino- Mtrfimp r.nsns. hernn Knr-h nnlv
can be used to illustrate the tendencies ol our le
gislation. One of the lessons we have yet to learn
in America, is that of understanding the limit to
! which laws should go. Nothing positively imprac-
j ticable, nor excessively inconvenient, not easily to
be evaded, nor purely of a moral nature, can be
j fairly regarded as within the scope of a statute
i We regard it as most dangerous to our free institiu-
inspire a habit of disregard of all law, even of that
jwhfch h mo5. cssentfal t0 lhc general securitv.
ye have lately se.?n, in some Suites, attempts to
j prescribe the quantity in which ardent spirits shall
J be sold, and the highest price which shall be de-
manuea ior i.'oara aim loagmg; ana h me present
rates of all domestic commodities continue, we
: Vl lut ,lKV: ''"" M,m
. cmf ns conimne UOi ,o ouy meat 01 outchers. just
as if these were the modes of uttaining the desired
i the price graduates itself to the ordinary ratio of
, jiving prohl. which sustains every interest in the
community, far more unerringly than any laws or
j pHcs to lha subject of moncy itsdf; whirh -
i aoplied to commodities. Legislation will 1Rt m
gulate the demand nor the supply, though it may
do much mischief in the aitempt."
Novel Reason for Discontinuing a Paper.
The Picayune tells us that an editor of a news
paper in Virginia recently received a note from
a distant subscribers running nearly as follows :
Sir: You will please discontinue mv paper at
4 rise expiration oftheyear as I do not find in it
that species of information I was anxious to ob
tain when I subscribed. I have looked over it
carefully for six months for the death of some
individual I was acquainted with but as yet not
a single soul that I care any thing for has drop
ped off. You will therefore please have my
Poor fellow' How ill-naluredin his acquain
tances not to furnish topics for an obituary.
Aparty of 100 emigrants from Norway passed
through Chicago a few weeks since to settle in
nMnnr n' thn tsnMt' tn r.o- tlillA lino livi. ....... .. - ,
Emanuel Swedenborg was, and tlio reader
ought to know it one of the quietest and most
respectable of men. He was also more than
this. He was deeply versed in everv science
a first rate mechanician and mathematician
i r -i. j( -t.r.intrict .t t
-and of me profoundest physiologists a great
nlitary enghLr, conducting bank., and sieges
for Charles the Twelfth?- a great nstronomer-
the oldest fiuaucier in the Royal, Diet .of S we
den the first metallurgist of his time, and the
writer of vast works, which even at this day
r i: n.lmtnl
. laiwu t, ,n-;m,f ,1 '
1 hen he was a poet and nvasterol ancient and i
, . 1 , whn
illUVHa 11 1U.11.U 1-" - w 1 ' w- -----
gone through all the long mazes of effective phi-
losophv, and done besides what metaphysicians
seldom" do for he had found his way out of the
nl back to reality a rain. In short,
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as iar as me naiurai auieinca mu i
lar as tilG n tural S
elude among them the
'science," of mind) it is
much more difficult to say what ho was nut
than what he was.
Ho was occupied fifty-five years in being, and
doing, the things we have just recorded. He
pierced through tho cloudy curtains of Space
and Timn. Nature became to him hut the
mantle ofliving'souls, giving fixed
the Reason, and distinctness of object to the
Will. The whole of his theological works,
which have consigned him, for the present, to
alism of his Psychology. In his mind, Imagi
nation and Sentiment properly so called, hau no
place, bnt instead of Imagination there was
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images; uisteau. in
2 themselves into
once the greatest
and the greatest method in his thou-
JIlllS one siarumy iiuuusinuii iiUumS
i: :,: x
self after another, and each coming forth by the
most fixed rules ot gcnesis-a superhcinl lor-
mahty, an internal freedom.
A painful occurrancc A family of eight per
sons poisoned. A melancholly event,took place
in our city on Saturday last which lias resulted
in the death of two individuals ahd'fW danger
ous illness of six others. It appears that the fa
mily of Mr. Gigon,a watch-case maker for Mes
srs. Bailey. & Kitchen, living ar No. M8 Fine
street near Fifth were all poisoned by some sub-
r;VOri Tmlimi mpnl muhlinrr of
' - , i rfnni- n. fi;nT1pr
, "e Pau0OK "inntr.
IPC laiai error was uiscuvncubuuu aiui uumci
by the entire sickness of the whole family.
Mr.Gigon and a Swiss servant girl died the same
night and six others of the household are in a
very critical condition.
We are informed that the servant girl of a fam
ily who had moved out of tho house had mixed
ud a deadly poison with some Indian meal for
' thepurDOS of destroying rats.
1 lUmeU m aCCOruanCC Willi I11C laClS. 1 J1U UUSl
medical assistance of the city has been en
gaged, in the hope of saving the lives of the sur
vivors but it is feared that one or two other vic-
i tims will yet add to the fearful consequences of
uus ?aial "eglige.ice aim Lrror,
Latest from Texas. An arrival at New Or
leans, on the 10:h inst. brought papers from Aus
tin to the 17th ult. Col Karnes and his command
were at San Antonio : they had a skirmish with
the Cumanches on the 3d, and killed ten of their
number. Some of the Houston volunteers talk of
joining the Federal party in Mexico when their
ter.n of enlistment expires. The-lasl accounts
from North Mexico state that Col. Ross, at the
head of 2000 men, is marching on to Metamoras,
having taken two towns and 300'jDrisbners. The
Federalists proposed to slaughter them ; Ross ob
jected, and the whole number then joined the Fe
deral army. The Fedcralipis are rising at Duran
go, and will join Ross. The nomination of Col.
R. Dunlap, as Minister to the United States, has
been rejected by the Senate. The papers approve
of the Senate's' rejection of the President's nomi
nations, and accuse him of being unfit for the of
fice. Corporal Morris has been shot for attempt
ing the life of Captain Kcnnvmorc, ot the 1st regi
ment of infantry. He fell like a softlier. Wm.
R. Sisty, of Golonel Wilson's command, acciden
tally shot himself. The agricultural prospects of
the country are thus spoken of : " from all parts
we understand that the crops have been abundant
this season. On the Brassos, the cotton crop has
been remarkably good, and the corn there and on
the Red River never yielded more plentifully.
Notwithstanding the large amount of corn raised
this season, it will be required to support the in
creased emigration to this country."
Death is a creature which sin hath made
A basilisk killing with thc eye the king of
terrors that unto which nature hath condemn
ed all men to the wicked a road of shipwreck,
lo the good a pleasant haven. It knocketh at
the door of a poor cottage, and beateth at
the gates of palaces. Like a cruel dog, it is a
frend to those who are familiar with it, hut an
enemy to strangers. It is such a thing that
the meditation of death is the wisest life, and
the imitation of death the best philosophy. In
the fall of saints it may b.e compared to the
breath of God, whereby he blows the ashes
from off the coal (for such is the body of the
soul) that it might appear more bright and
naked and burn more purely. He that while
he is alive begins to die, when he comes to
die shall begin to live. Death is a debt we
owe which it is a benefit to 'pay,.. A passage
from one life to another, a translation into glory
and the birth day of the souf.
Thc minutes of the conferences of the Me
thodistCSnrch have been completed, and the
aggregate increase for tho last year is 44,209
for the two last years, 85,000. Three thou
sand dollars were subscribed at a meeting in the
Wesleyan Chapel in Vestry street, N. York,
not long since.
As the difference between the rising at six
o'clock in the morning, and the rising at eight,
amounts, in fifty years to thirty-six thousand
five hundred hours, which is th
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the same a3-hav-
ve years and a
half, in which to cultivate our mind, or dis
charge the duties belonging to our situation,
surely no one who wishes to shine in the world
either as a literary character or man of busi
ness,, can neglect such an opportunity
veryMtgtng. Copy of a trade.sman'3 let-
. tfc-rwb u? o- -c -n c .
ter ttfa5debtor, 4 Sir, if you will favor mo with
the amount of my bill, you will oblige me, if
not, 1 mustropige you.
' Do you snore in your sleep, marm V ' Not
as 1 knows on. Do you V 1 Well, I can't
say, I never laysvawake long enough to find
A certain reverend, who is not a member of
the temperance society, being lately asked by
a dealer to purchase some fine old Jamaica spi
rits, dryly answered, to tell you the truth, Mr.
I canna say I'm very fond of rum ; lor,
if I take mare than six tumblers, it's very apt
to give me the headache.'
The preservation of liberty requires etcr-
ance, as the thief said when ho was
dodging the officer.
' Anything to please tho child,' as the nurse
said when she let the baby crawl out at the
third story window.
To judge impartially, we are to put mens
good qualities in tho balance against their bad
ones ; and if tho scale of the first outweighs,
the latter ought not to be brought into account.
A man in New Orleans attempted to hang
himself lately. He fancies himself a hank and
is determined to suspend. So says tho Picay
There is" a bachelor living in this city who
fancies himself a shinplaster, and will not offer
himself to any young lady for fear of being rc
fused. Sat. Cour.
An exchange paper takes tho liberty to re
" Ths ladies will oblige us particularly, by
wearing double soled shoes, now that thecold
weather is coming on. We ask it only for
their own sake.
Two hundred fires have occurred in London
during tho last three months. Sixteen lives
January, 11, 1840.
Thc House of Representatives passed a res
olution to proceed to the election of U. S. Sen
ator, on Tuesdsy next, and Mr. Flenihan was
appointedtho teller. .. . .
Oh motloii of Mr. 'Love, a resolution pas-
scd to appoint a committee to ascertain what
reduction in the expense of printing may pro
perly be tnadowas passed.
In connexion with this subject, Mr. Darsie
laid before the House the following statistics,
showing tho great increase under this head with
in the last few years. It is worthy of public
Cost of printing of the House, sessions of
183-1-5 $10,418 44
1835-G 15,703 70
183G-7 21,913 52
1837- 8 28,983 10
1838- 9 47,644 26!!
There were two sessions in 1835-6, which
year the Whigs had the printing. What a
change. Thc numbur of folded sheets in 1834
and 5, counted as sheets at 20 dollars, were
45, amounting to S900. At the last session the
number was 188, amounting to S3,760.
Mr. Konigmachor in pursuance of notice, in
troduced a bill to provide for the election of
Canal Commissioners by thc people.
In Senate, thirteen candidates for U. S. -Senator
In this Borough, on New-Year's day by thc
Rev. Mr. Hull, Mr. Lewis Tonnele, of'Agen, in
France, to Mrs. Louisa Tonnele, yf New York
In Lower Mt. Bethel, bv tho Rev. B. C. Wolf,
I on the llth of January inst., Mr. Jol Evans, of
Stroudsburg, to Miss Mary Jiabella Horn, daughter
of Air. Joseph Horn ol fusion.
List of persons drawn to servo as Grand Jurors,
at February sessicn, 1810.
1 Wm. McNeal, Hamilton,
2 George Dcrshimcr, Chcsnuthill.
3 Alfred Drake, Stroud,
4 George Ace, Smithfield,
5 Davii Fenner, do.
0 John L. Staples, Stroud,
7 George Wolf, do.
8 Adam Andrews, do.
9 John Brotzman, Tobyhanna,
10 Francis J. Smith, Stroud, .
11 George Metzger, Smithfield,
12 James Newhart, Hamilton,
13 John Frankeniield, Stroud,
14 Luke Brodhead, Smithfield,
15 Casper Mctzgbr, Hamilton,
16 Nicholas Hawk, Chcsnuthill,
17 Leonard Bartron, Smithfield,
18 George Hawk, Chesnuthill,
lfl Wm. Lamb, Stroud,
20 Wm. Mosteller, Hamilton,
21 Nathan Crook. Stroud,
22 JohnDelong, do.
23 John V. Cooibaugh, M. Smithfiold,
24 John Michael, jr.
List of persons drawn to serve-as Petit Jurors, at
February session, 1840.
1 Jacob Henry, Pocono,
2 John Fellinser, Hamilton,
3 James Von Buskirk, Stroud,
4 Daniel B. Burnett, do.
b Peter Kunkle, ChesnathlH,
6 "Charles LabarjL-SnnthfiekL;
7 rhmp Kresge, Chcsnuthill,
8 reter Storm, Price,
9 George Kres,ge,Chesnuth'fllf;r' .
10 Peter Kemmerrer, llamiltdniy:
11 T.rmiel Sclabach,iloss, ; '4; -
12 Jol n Edinger,Pocouo,
13 Andrew Frntchy,M Smitftfisldt
11 Barney'Decker, do. K
15 Joseph Altemus, Cheshuthill,
18 vancura Bush, btroud, ,
17 Williem Bisbing, Pocono,.
18 John Dewitt, M. Smithfield,
19 Franklin Starbird, Stroud,
20 Emanuel Gunsaules, M. Smithflsld;
22 John Hohensheldt, sen. Stioud,
23 Jacob Bush, Price,
24 Jacob Cramer, Smithfield,
25 David Ruth, Ross,
26 Jacob Bittenbendor, Hamilton,
27 Charles J. Walton, Chcsnuthill,
28 Benjamin Price, Price, ' -
29 Peter Newhart, Pocono,
3U John Jrioiierd, Stroud,
31 John Wolf, Smithfiold. . .
32 Abraham Berry, Tobyhanna, -
33 Samuel Ruth, Hamilton,
34 Joseph S Teel, Chesrmthill,
35 Mathew-G. J. Grattan, M. Smithfield,
36 John Pope, Coolbaugh.
rTlJSE Subscriber, in addition to his Fallisup-
JL ply has just received a full and complete. a-j
Oriment Ol UUUUO uuilJitauijf auupicu iu uic nvti
son. consisting of
Dry ooas, wrocories trocKcry.
Karfl and Hollow Ware;
STEEL, NAILS, and NAIL RODS, in fact jl
complete assortment ot all kinds ot goods usually
kept in a country store, all of which he in disposed
tn p11 nt mnr?f?m.te nrices.
N. B. Grain and Country produce, v ruto ana5
yellow pine boards will be taken-in exchange ; aw
so, oak joist, &c. &c. , ,
Strnmlshnrtr. Jim. 15th. 1810.
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Wholesale and Retail
AW1 JLOBLIHi-GEiAS ItXAWUFAC-,
THE subscriber respectfully informs the citi
zens of Stroudsburg and the public generally;
that he has taken thc shop recontly occupiedby
James Palmer, on Elizabeth street, nearly opposite
the Stroudsburg House, in this Boroughi where
he intends carrying on the Cabinet Making busi
ness in all its various branches. j.
He shall keep constantly on hand or make to or:
der all kinds of fourniture : -3
Sideboards, Bureaus, Sofas, Cetre
tablcs, Breakfast and IHning Ta4oler
Wasli Stands, Bedsteads, &c. &h
together with every other article usually kept at
such establishments ; all of winch he will sell at
the Easton prices.
As his materials will be of tho best quality, and
all articles manufactured at his establishment will
be done bv first rate workmen, ho confidently as
sures the public that his endeavors to render gon-
eral satisfaction will not be unrewaroeo.
He respectfully invites the public to caUan
Amino Viio ctncl.- hfifnrft nmfhasin?T clsevi!2wC
Ullllliv www w. w j i m . i
Chairs, Settees, &c. will be kept constantly on
hand and lor sale.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 15, 1S40.
TO WARE MAffUFACTOft.
TV. BL'TZ bessleave respectfully to in
form the inhabitants of Soudsburg, and vice
nity, that he continue to manufacture cver
description ef TN WARE, at hisestablish
ment, on Elizabeth street, and where.. a gener
al supply is constantly kept on hand. Those
wishing" to purchase good articles, and at rea
sonable prices, will do well to call and examins
hi assortment before purchasing elsewhere.
v STOVE PIPE of all sizes fo ' suit pur
chasers' always on hand cheap for cash.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 15, 1840.
JOHN H. MELICK,
CLOCK & WATCHMAKER. '
RESPECTFULLY informs the inhabi
tants of Monroe and adjoining Counties, that
he is ready at all times to discharge his duties
to all who may favor tim with their custom.
Mending and Engraving neatly executed.
Clocks, Watches, and Music Boxes repaired
XO3 Always on hand, aritUfor. Oalo, a variety
of Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry
Stroudsburg, Jan. 15, 1840.
THE Copartnership heretofore existing be
tween the subscribers trading underMe firm
of Stokes & Brown, is this day dissolvedjbmutu
al consent. The business of the late flrwjyill I
settled by Stogdell Stoko3, who is duly authorised
to settle tho same. 8S&i
J. A. BROWN, Jigf
All persons indebted to the firm of StjfcM &
Brown, are particularly reouested to makoHtie
ment on or before the first day of March nextapjjL
those having claims against the firm present tha'ral
Stroudsburg, Jan. 1st. 1810.
PAMTEVG & &LAZI13.
THE Subscriber respectfully informs the. pub
lic, that he i3 prepared to execute all kinds ox
Piaiai & Ornamental Painting
blazing-. acc. . ;
at his shop nearly opposite the store of Wflttipi.
UJastburn, where all orders in his line will be Umuk.
fully received and punctually attended to. jfa.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 15, 1839,
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