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JEFFEK ;30i XAZn HBP UBLICAN
Poet-laureat, T. L. Nichols.
With such superior accommodations and able
officers, it is presumed that the trip will be per
fectly agreeable. The Sub-Treasury is well
found in cables, anchors, and canvass. Al
though the ship has proved somewhat leak)', it
is presumed that she will meet with no difficul
ty on her voyage.
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
1. On coming on board, passengers will im
mediately repair to the Captain's office and pay
2. Whenever the commander comes upon
deck, the weather quarter, will in all cases, be
considered as exclusively belonging to him; ev
ery body else will immediately retire with their
hats under their arms to the lee side.
3. In no case will any of the passengers be
allowed to get drunk before breakfast.
4. All liquor paid for at the bar, before drink
5. No person will be allowed to get into his
berth, with his boots on, excepting Dr. Duncan.
6. No passenger will be permitted to cascade
mt the windward side of the spar deck.
7. All passengers are requested to watch the
Aveather-roll, and save their heads from contact
with the planks.
8. The Chaplain will deliver a lecture upon
political frauds, every morning after breakfast.
9. Dr. Duncan will address the ship's com
pany upon the subject of Temperance, every
night, before turning in.
10. As the ship will be crowded, it will be
necessary for six persons to occupy one ber.th,
in which case they will have to lie sp on-fash-ion:
those lying in the middle will not be per
mitted to kick the kiver off those in front and
11. Sleepwalkers are requested to tie a
twenty-four pound shot to their necks, on retir
ing to their berths, to prevent them from dis
turbing the other passengers, on their return,
should they be lucky enough to step over-board,
during their nocturnal perambulations.
12. Jesse D Elliot, the Boatswain, will in
troduce every one who breaks either of the fore
going rules, to the gunner's daughterft
N. 13. A mud scow will be fitted out by the
Wax-end Regency, to cany such of the com
mon fry who cannot be accommodated on board
The poetlaureat, gets rid of labor, by redu
cing remarkable events which transpire on board,
to doggerel verse a small witted fellow, who is
looked upon by the old salts, as a sort of locomo
tive dictionary, and generally settles all literary
ffl'he breach of a gun, upon which culprits are
usually stretched to undergo the discipline of the
From the Harrisburg Telegraph.
The Reform which we are to expect from
the next Legislature, must be commenced by
repealing all unconstitutional laws passed by
the last, for the purpose of making offices to re
ward its active partisans. That connected with
the Associate Judges, has been already declar
ed, by the Supreme Court, against the spirit of
our Constitution, and therefore must no longer
be a blemish on our Statute Book.
Then must be carried out the spirit of the
new Constitution, to divest the Governor of pat
patronage, and place the elective power in the
guardian hands of the people. From every
quarter of the State we hear demands that the
appointment of Canal Commissioners be taken
from the Governor. The North American, on
this subject has the following sound article:
"The Canal Commissioners must be elected
by the people, or, at least, by the Legislature.
We say must, because we believe that the sen
timent has for a long time been steadily gaining
ground that such a change is demanded by the
interests of the Commonwealth, and we believe
the people will finally insist upon having it ef
fected. The question will also arise whether
the number of Canal Commissioners should not
The Miner's Journal too, which represents
the friends of liefirm in the county of Schuyl
kill, where the strengih of our opponents has
been reduced from 700 to 250, and which in
two year will be thoroughly regenerated, says:
"Now that both branches of the Legislature
are thoroughly Democratic, one of the first du
ties the people expect them io perform, is to
take the appointment of the Canal Commission
ers from the Governor, and give it to the people.
This is an important reform which must be car
ried out, otherwise tue Public Improvements
of the State will prove a curse, instead of a bles
sing. It must be self evident, to every person,
that so long as our Public Improvements are
prostituted to such base purpose as has charac
terized that branch of the Slate Government
for the last few years, the State will never re
ceive one dollar of revenue from that source,
and the people must be taxed to make up the
sums thus squandered by reckless demagogues
and dishonest politicians, who stand aloof from
the people, and who are only responsiMe to a
partizan Government for their official acts."
From East, West, North and South, we nave
the same demands; and our new members can
judge rx m them the tono of public sentiment.
We therefore trust the Legislature of 1841 will
assemble, prepared to cany out in full the re
form which is desired; it must be done, or the
game retribution will follow them which has
overwhelmed their imbecile predecessors.
O-HciGH-0 is tho ?v the Locos begin to drawl
out tlje name of the Buckeye State.
Appointment by the President.-Francis i.
Ogden, of Iew Jersey, to hp Consul of the U.
States for the por .of Bristol, in tjje Kingdom
of Great Britain.
Wheeling and suburbs have apopulation of 8793.
The Expunge. The Boston Atlas
is rejoicing that General Jackson has
lived to feel the ironrblo w of retributive
justice, to which we directed the at
tention of the reader the other day, in
the triumphant elevation of General
Harrison, despite his unmanly assaults
upon the military renown of the man
who was so early marked as the ob
ject of his hatred, and whom the peo
ple have now so gloriously sustained.
But in this matter the Atlas rejoices
not alone, and if the editor will allow
us, our joys shall be mingled with
his. And we hope, moreover, to have
another cause of rejoicing. We trust
by the new political complexion whic h
the Senate will assume on the 4th of
March next, that General Jackson will
live to see the journal of that body re
stored to its primitive character, by
the expunging ol the Jientonian ex
punge; or rather, by the rescinding of
the shameful resolution by which the
foul blot was ordered to be stamped
upon the face of the journal. Colonel
Benton may then have the honor of
carrying another to the Henritage.
N. Y. Spectator.
On Saturday, 21st inst. by Franklin Starbird,
Esq. Mr. Daniel Long, and Miss Sarah Pkicu.
daughter of John Price Esq. all ol Price town
A meeting of the Monroe County Bible So
ciety, will be held on Tuesday evening of court
week, at the Court-house in this borough. An
address will be delivered by the Hon. William
Jessup. The public are invited to attend.
WM. P. VAIL, Sec.
Stroudsburg, Nov. 20, 1840.
Notice is hereby given to all persons indebt
ed to the Estate of John Z. Flagler, late of
Stroud township, Monroe county, dee'd to make
payment, and all those having claims against
said Estate, to present them for settlement to
Stroud tsp., Now 20, 1840. 6t.
For Monroe County Courts, DefiTcrm, 1840
1 Brotzman vs. Bunnel andVestbrook, No 1 f ,
Dec. t. 1837.
2 Price vs. Nycefjpeal, No. 47, April t.
Colt vs. B
o 12, April t. 1839
isiens, No 12, Sept. t. 1839.
O J. roste
W. & C. Postens, No. 23,
6 Strohl'Vs: Correll, No. 14, Sept. t. 1839.
7 Brown vs. Huffman, appeal, No. 1, Sept. t.
8 Laforge vs. Jayne, No. 7, Sept. t. 1839
9 Cower and wife vs. Fenner, No. 20, Sept.
10 Bickiey vs. Hoffman, Ace, and othcrsj No.
19, Sept. t. 1837.
11 Winch vs. Brown5 No. 10, Dec. t. 1839.
12 Newman vs. Trustees of Stroudsburg Acad
emy, No 14, Dec. t. 1839. i
13 Rees vs. Perry, appeal, No 28, Sept. t.
14 DecKer vs. Hanna, No G, Dec. t. 1839.
15 R:lbamd vs. Susanna Smith, appeal, No 19,
Dec. t. 1839.
J G Rilbarnd vs Rilbafnd, appeal, No 20, Dec.
17 Humphrey & Co. vs. Elev, appeal, No.
10, Feb. t. 1840. ' .
10 Lander vs. Countryman, Beloof, and othersf
No 12, May t. 1840. J
19 Heaney assignee of Siglin, vs. ShafferNE
a. VI nv t INIO
20 Place vs. Dewitt, appeal, No 11, May4t.
21 Stokes, guardian of Lewis Vail, minor child
of Charles Vail, dee'd vs. John Shaw,No
19, May t. 1840.
22 Counright and wife vs. Davis and White
head, No 13, May t. 1840.
23 Biddle vs. Snyder, No 23, Sept. t. 1840.
24 Jas. Palmer vs. Edward Walton, et. al.
Stoves for sale by
Stroudburg. Oct. 2, 1840.
Take notice that I have applied to the Judges
of tho Court of Common Pleas of the County
of Monroe, for the benefit of the Act made for
uiv renef of insolvent Debtors and that the
said court have appointed Tuesday the 1st day of
Lecemuernext, at a o clock in the forenoon, for
nearmg me and my creditors al the court house
in the borough !of Stroudsburg, where my cred
itors, may attend if they think proper.
ABNER H. FISH.
Stioudsburg, Nov. 6, 1840. t. c.
g f barrels of No. 3, Mackerel, just receive
and for sale, by
Stroudsburg, Aug. hi, 'Q40- ,
For sale at this oiltee
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE.
Boct. Joseph Priestly Peters'
Celebrated Vegetable Antibilous Pills,
arc daily effecting some of the most astonishing
and wonderjul cures that have ever been mown,
. Jj M .,, j7 . . 'THranDement of the Binary organs, and obstinate
the town and country are filled with their praise, ion of lhe bmcfst gWW of no iem
the Palace and Poor-house alike echo with their vir
tues in all climates and under all temperatures
they still retain their wonderful virtues.
PETERS' VEGETABLE PIL, S.
Breathes there the man who may nut be occa
sasionally benefited by the use of Peters'1 Pills.1
No, assuredly not; for the human Irarae, like any
other structure, will fall into confusion and ruin,
if neglected ; but, by the aid of medicine judi
ciously applied, it is enabled to preserve a heal
thy and even tone; and it is the firt of well-tested
public opinion, that Dr. Peters' pills are the me
dicine ol' medicines in the prevention or cure of
the general diseases which the human tenement
is incidental to.
Do men in robust health require medicine 1 Cer
tainly, for the very excess of health begets cer
tain diseases unless duly regulated. If the blood
is suffered to run riot without correcting laxatives,
costiveness, megrin, biles, scurvy, spleen, pimples,
furred tongue, or offensive breath, are the inevita
ble consequences ; for exubeiance of health, like
over-rich soil, becomes rank, and prone to the pro
duction of we.eds, if care is not taken to have it
But healthy men have an antipathy to the very
name of medicine)! And no wonder, for nineteen
twentieths ol all the medicines in the world com
mence operations by mating the people very sick,
whom it was intended they should make very well;
and thus in most cases the cure is considered rather
worse than the disease. But Dr. Peters' Pills is
the celebrated and particular exception to this al
most universal rule. In th?m there is no gripe,
no nausea, no sickness of any kind; nay, they are
absolutely very pleasant to the taste, and rest as
quietly on the stomach as so many confits of green
peas, even when their operations are as sudden and
effective, as if they were as disagreeable and as
sickening as an old fashioned bolus. Thus the
man who uses Peters' Pills, and where is the
man that does not use them 1J expels headaches,
fevers, blue devils, blotches, pimples, &c. &c. and
makes his blood course as limpid and as genily
through his veins as a mountain rivulet, without
having put himself to any more inconvenience in
taking the medicine than he would have done in
swallowing so many black currants.
Should ladies take Dr. Peters' Pills 1 Doubt
lessly they should, for they not only assure them
of health, complacency of spirits, and every bod
ily comfort, but thiough their miraculous agency
in the purification of the biood, speedily remove
every thing pertaining to harshness, pimples, or
casual scurvyi Irom the ilesh, animates the eye
and oives an elasticity and a vigor to the limbs
and the general carriage ; and hence, when you
see a lady with a cheek of velvet softness, a pure
lily and carnation complexion, and an easy & grace
ful bearing, the general inference to be drawn is
that she is her own physician, and very particular
in the choice ol her medicine ; and the especia
one, that sue is a patron ot reters' rills.
Leaving health out of the question, should poets
novelists, editors, machinists, and men of genius
and science in general, patronise reiers' Pills i
Unquestionably, lor the vigor which they impart
to the irame, exercises a most wholesome influ
ence upon the intellect : and the writer of this
feels justified in saying, that any person about to
carry out an idea, whether ol composition or in
vention-will have a more lucid understanding o
his subject, and think better and more to the point
on it, alter he has vivihed his system by a dose o
from one to four of Peters' pills- Persons in bu
siness, merchants, store keepers, clerks, specula
tors, &c. will derive great advantage from them
on tlie same principle; for if the mind is not buoy
ant, no man can attend to the usual pursuits o
life with due perspicuity, judgment, and pleasure
and there is nothing in the world, at least that has
been eer discovered, so efficient in brightening
the faculties, and freeing them lrom participating
in the languor, decay, and iniperfectibilty of their
mortal abode as Dr. Peters pills
To what may be attributed these singular and
ivonderlul effects 1 Why. to their mysterious and
inevitable action upon the chyle, and that particu
lar region of the system whence the living fluid is
generated ; for thus they do not only purify the
blood, but create pure blood, the issue of wi.ich is
healthy veins, arteries, and other junctions, unob
scured vision, firm and pulpy flesh, smooth and
clear skin, and the consequent buoyancy of heart,
feeling, and action. In short, whether" we take
mem as a matter ot neaitn, uusmess, leciing, or
personal appearance, there is none of us should
leave our houses without a regular supply of Pe
fyMore than six millions of boxes of thes? cele
brated pills have been sold in the United States,
(Canada's, Texas, Mexico, and the West Indies,
since January 1835. lhe certificates that have
been presented to the proprietor, exceed 20,000,
upwards of 500 of which are from regular prac
tising physicians who are the most competent
judges of their merits.
OPINIONS OF THE REGULAR FACULTY.
The following are but a few taken at raudomj
from a pile of complimentary epistles forwarded
to Dr. Peters by regular physicians, touching the
efficacy of his pills. He feels' pioud and grate
ful in being able to lay such documents before the
New Orleans, April 24, 1837.
Dear Sir As an old classmate of yonrs in Yale
college, Itake the liberty of opening a correspon
dence. I learn that you are making a fortune bv the sale
of your pills, which I trust is the case as I am ful
ly aware that through thorn vou are conferring a
great blessing on the public.
1 mvsell am among those who have been pecul
iarly henelited bv their use. Since my arrival
nere 1 na been subject to severe bilious attacks,
which had nearly brought me to the grave, but
(and I acknowledge it with gratitude,) a few box
es of your pills have completely restored me. I
would add that their effect upon Sick Headache
and sour stomach is almost miraculous.
With sentiments of esteem,
II. M. SHEP.aD, Af. D.
Clarhesville, Mechlenlerg Co., Va., Feb. 7, 1837.
Dear Sir. I embrace this opportunity of ex
pressing to yoii my pleasure at the unrivalled suc
cess of your pills in this section of the country.
It is the general fault cf those who vend patent
medicines to say too jauch in their favor j but in
regard to your pills I am firmly persuaded that
they deserve far more praise than you seem in
clined to give them. Six months ago they were
scarcely known here, and yet at present there is
no other medicine that can compare with them in
popularity. In Dyspepsia, oick Headache, de
tipation o! me uoweis, i Know oi no ai
more prompt and efficacious; and 1 have had con
siderable experience in all these complaints
1 would add that their mildness and certainty of
action render them a safe and efficient purgative
for weekly individuals; and that they may be giv
en at all times without apprehension of any of
those injurious consequences which so frequently
attend the application of calomel, or blue pill. On
the whole 1 consider your Vegetable Pills an in
valuable discovery. very respectiully,
S. 11. HARRIS, M. D.
Charlotte, iV. C, January 1, 1837
Dear Sir 1 have made frequent use of your
pills in the incipient stage of Bilious Fever, and
obstinate constipation of the bowels; also in the
enlargement of the -Spleen, Chronic Diseases of
the Liver, Sick Headache, General Debility, and
in all cases have found them to be very effective.
J. 1). BOYD, AL D.
MecMenberg Co., Va., February 7. 1S37.
Having used Dr. Peters' Pills in my practice
for the last twelve months. 1 take pleasure in giv
ing my testimony of their good effects in cases of
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Bilious Fevers, and
other diseases, produced by inactivity of thelivei.
They are a safe and mild aperient, being ,the
best article of the kind I have eer used.
GEORGE C. SCOTT, ilf. D.
Extract of a letter by Dr. Joseph Williams, of Bur
lington, Vl. July 0, 1837.
"1 cordially recommend Petf-rs' Pills as a mild
ly effective, and in no case dangerous family me
dicine. They are peculiarly influential in cos
tiveness and all the usual diseases of the digestive
Extract of a letter from Dr Edward Smith,, of Mon
treal, U. C. September, 2U, 1836
" I never knew a single patent medicine that I
could put the slightest confidence in. but Dr P ters'
Vegetable pills, which are really a valuable dis
covery. I have no hesitation in having it known
that 1 use them extensively in my practice, for all
complai-its, (and they are not a lew.) which have
their source in the impurity of the blood.'
Extract of a letter from Dr Pye, of Quebec, L. C
March 6, 1S37
"For bilious fevers, sick headaches, torpidity of
the bowels, and enlargement ol the pieen, Dr re
ters' pills are rn excellent medicine."
Those who have used these aluable Fjlls in this
State, give them the preference to all other kind
Prepared by Joseph Priestly Peters. SI. D. in
ventor and sole proprietor, No. 1:29 Liberty street,
These Valuable Pills can be obtained of Doct.
Samuel Stokes and J. D. & C Malvin's, Strouds
burg, only agents for Monroe county.
Stroudsburg, October 23, 1840.
The principle of purifying the body by purg
ing with vegetable physic is becoming more and
more understood as the only sensible method by
which sound health can be established. Hun
dreds of individuals have become convinced of
this doctrine, and are dai y acknowledging the
practice to be the best ever discovered. Now
is the unhealthy season when our bodies are
liable to be affected with disease; and now is
the time the state of the stomach and bowels
should be attended to, because on the healthy
state of those organs depends the healthy state
of the general system; and every one will see at
once, if the general health be bad while that re
mains, local disease catinot be cured.
All the medicine that is requisite to restore
the body to a state of health is BrandretJis Vr
etable Utiivcrsul Pills, which have performed
cufes upon thousands of helpless and hopeless
persons, after the usul scientific skill of phy
sicians have consoled them with the assurance
that they could do no more. The properties of
these Pills as aiiti-bilious and aperient medicine
are unrivalled; all who use them recommend
them, their virtues surpass all eulogy, and mti.tt
he used to be appreciated. The weak and del
icate will be strengthened by their use. not by
nracing out ny removing me cause ot weaKiic,
ine gross anu corrupt numors oi ine nouy.ia most efficient remedy for .Tumors, Ulcers,
They require no change in diet or care of any I White Swellings, Scrofula Rheumatic Pains,
kind. Plain directions accompany each hn,
so that every ono is his own competent physi
cian. Remember, none are genuine sold by
Drt. BRANDRETH'S Office in Philadel
phia for the sale of his Pills, is No. 8, North
ID3 Agents for Monroe and Pike Counties are at
the following places. cJjl
Stroudsb.-.rgh, RICHARD S. STAPLES
New Marketville, TROXEL & SCHOCH.
Dutottshurg, LUKE RRODHEAD.
Milford, JOHN H. BRODHEAD.
Bushkill, PETERS & LABAR.
Dingwian's Ferry, A. STOLL & Co.
Observe, no pills are genuine sold under the
name of Brandrcttts in Monroe or Pike coun
ties, except those sold hy the above agents.
H. BRANDKETH. M.D.
Ocfober 16, 1840. 1 v.
The partnership of the undersigned hereto
fore trading under the firm of IIbjcry, Jor
dan & Co., was dissohed by mutual consent
on the 29t!i of August last
John Jordan, Jr, & John F. Wolle, two
of tho late partners are duiv authorized to usoK nPP,ied unapnringly, accordfng to your duo
I tlrtlO 1 n mini, I . t tV I . .
the name ol the late firm !u the settlement of
JOHN JORDAN, Jr.
JOHN F. WOLLE.
Strondshurg, Nov. 2. 1810.
j boxes Box-Raisins, just received and for sale
Stroudsburg, Aug. 14, 1810,
Whereas, the Honorable "William Jessup,
President Judge of the 11th Judicial district of
Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of Lu
zerne, Wayne, Pike and Monroe, and Jacob
Brown and John T. Hell, Esq. Associate
Judges of the courts of Common Pleas ol tho
county of Moi.rne, and by virtue of their offices,
Justices of the Courts of Oyer and Terminer
and General Jail Delivery, and Court of lien
era! Quatter Serious in ami for the said coun
ty of Mottroo, have issued their precept to me,
commanding that a Court of Quarter Sessions
and Common Pleas, and General Jail Delivery
and Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
for the s;iid county of Monroe, to be holdeu at
Stroudsburg, on Tuesday, the 1st day of De
cember next, to continue one- week.
Is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace, and Constables of the
said county of Mouior, that they be then and
there with their rolls, records, inquisitions, ex
aminations and other remembrances, to do tho.io
things which to their offices are appertaining,
and also that those who are bound bv recosfiu
zance to proecutc and .rive evidence against tho
prisoners that are or shall be in the Jail of the
said county of Monroe, or against persons who
stand charged w ith the commission of offences,
to be then and there to prosecute or testify as
shall be just.
SAMUEL GUNSAULES, Sheriff,
Seriff's Ofiice, Stroudsburg,
November 13, 1840.
Gnd save the Commonwealth.
PAJLWJTSRGr & GliA&EKG.
rjpiIE Subscriber respectfully informs the pub
JL lie, that he L prepared to execute all kinds oi
Plaisi & GrsmiHczital Painting:,
at his shop nearly opposite the store of William
Eastbum, when all orders in lvs line w ill be thank
fully received and punctually attended to.
Stroudsbunr, Jan. 15, 1S39.
In all its various branches will be punctually
attended to. J P.
MarriseEi'as Specific Gmtssi-eEaJ.
The great celebsiiy of this unrivalled Composi
tionespecially in the !orlhern Slates leaves
the proprietor but little need to say any thing in
us favor: for it has been generally conceded to it,
that it is beyond all comparison the best remedy
for external complaints that has ever been discov
eied. Indeed the j-peed and certainty n its oper
ations have the appearance of miracles : as ulcers,
wounds, corns, fever sores, chilblains, white swel
lings, biles, j i.es, spider and snake bites &C
immediately ie!I to it-s apparently suj or human
influence. Thus if properly applied it w ill remove
an inveterate, corn oi bieak and heal a bi. in five
days, w ill allay and j erfectly cuie an ulcer in two
weeks ; and the mi st desperate cases of white
swelling that can be imagined, have been destroyed
by it in less than two moi ths. In the bites of
poisonous reptiles its efficacy is truly surprising;
?nd even in the lite of a rabid dog, U r i! applied
in time, its powers of attraction are. so wonderful
that they will at once arret the poison and .thus
prevent it from pervading the system. It is .like
wise greatly superior to any medicine heretofore
discovered for the chafed hacks and limbs of horses
for tetters, ring worms, chapped lips, and in
short for every externalbodily evil tl t may fall
to the lot of man or'beast.
The proprietor has received at least a thousand
certificates and other documents, in favor of his
""Specific Ointment" upwards a hundred of which
were written by respectable members of the Med
ical Faculty ; and in selecting from this pile the
following sar. pies, he was governed more hy their
brevity, than their contents, as they all breath the
same spirit ol eulogy and satisfaction.
Albany, July 9, 1837.
To. Dr Harrison, Sir I use your Specific Oint-
ment in my pracce and cordially recommend it
Chapped Face, Lips and Hands; and for general
and external complaints, i write this at the re
quest of your agent here, who furnishes me with
the article, and am pleased to have it in my power
to award honor to merit.
RUFUS R. BEACH, M D
Extract of a Letter from Dr. J. W. Sanders,
of Louisville. Ky. October 8, 1837. )
" I am prepared to say, that for Rhei matic Pains
and the Sore Breasts of females, Harrison's Spe
cific Ointment has no superior, if indeed it lias
any equal, in the whole catalogue of external me
dicines, as known and prescribed in this country."
Extract of a letter from Dr Potts, of Utica. N Y.
Dated July 28, 1838.
" Harrison's 'Specific Ointment" is, in my opin
ion, a most important discovery; and is particular
ly efficient in scrofulas, ulcers, sore legs, erup
tions, and general outward complaints, speak of
its merit from an experience of xour years.11
Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 4, 1838.
To t)r. Harrison, Dear Sir, I write to con
gratulate you on the extraordinary virtue of yonr-
Specific Ointment,' in the" curing or burns. A
little boy of fnine, 4 year's old, fell against tho
fire-place three weeks since, when his clothes be
becaue igmVd, and he was instantly enveloped
in flames. After some difficulty the fire was ev-
(inguished, but not before the poor little fellow'
lower wtremit.es wrre alpr c0,?rea with a
ttnuai oiis.er. saving mucnV faith jq your-? -
turns in such cases : and it is withtfireat ideadiuv!
and gratitude, that I am able to inform yon that :
allayed the pain in a few hours; and in ten (!
bad effected a complete cure. ' I "heed scarcely
add that it ought to be in the possession of eve
ry family, as there is no telling when such acci
dents may occur. Yours respectfully.
II. M. S1IEPIIARD.
A supply of this valuable Ointment just reeejvod
ar,u lor sale, by
Stroudsburg, Nov;" 6, 1840.