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In men thero is a lump upon the windpipe,
formed by the thyroid cartilago, which is not
10 be seeti in women ; an Arabian fable says,
lhat thi is a part of the original apple, thai has
stuck in the man's throat by the way, but that
the woman swallowed her part of it down.
A Mr. Bee lately married a Miss Flower
whereupon somebody has been guilty of pun
.ning: " Well hat this little busy 'Beo,'
Improved life's shining hour;
He gathers honey now all day,
From oiih sweet chosen 'Flower;'
And from his hive, if Heaven pleases,
,He'll raise a swarm of little ' Beesc.' "
(Corrected every Wednesday mornini
ARTICLES Strouds- E:istan. Philail
Whect Flour, per barreL 5 00 4 75 A 88
Rye. do. do. do. 3 50 3 00 3 25
"Wheat, per bushel J5 95 1 05
Rye, do. do. 70 70 fit
Sole Leather per pound 25 21 25
Corn per bushel 50 50 48
Buckwheat, per bushel 50
Clover Seed per bushel GOO 5 25 GOO
Timothy Seed per bush. 3 00 3 50 2 75
Harley . do. 40 45 50
Oats " do. 37 33 32
Flax Seed do. 1 37 1 40 1 45
Butter per pound 12 11 18
Ejiijs, per dozen 8 10 15
Plaster per ton 3 75 2 25
Hickory wood, per cord 2 25 4 50 5 50
Oak, do. do. 2 00 3 00 4 25
Mackerel, No. 1 . !5 00 12 00 11 25
!). do 2 12 50 10 00' 9 25.
Potatoes, per bushel 40 30
RANK NOTE lilST.
corrected weekly for the Jcflersonian Republican.
The notes of those banks on which quotations
are omitted and a dash( Substituted, are not
purchased by the brokers.
Pennsylvania. (West Branch bank r
Philadelphia ban, paril'ituburg 1
liaiiof North America, dojWayiiesburg 1
Farmers' t Mechanic' dojBiowncsrille 1
"Western bank do' Erie bank
boulhwark ban do
KcnMnslon bun do
Hank of Northern Liberties do
Berks county bank
U:mk of 1'cnn Township
Vmted Stales bank
Jlauk of Gerrnanlown
li.mt of Motitgoinerv co.
Jlank of lJelaware county
Bank of Chester county
Farmers' bank of D.tcJcs
Farmers' bank of Reading
Farmers' bank Lanea.ster
Lancaster count v bank
Ttfiners bank of Potlsdlle
Hank of Lcwistown
do.Xmencn. itnk of
22tBank of Commerce
10 Bank of the State of N Y
par Butchers" and Drovcis'
dojDel. and Hudson canal co.
do Dry Dock
do Fulton bank of New York par
1 jLeathcr Manufacuircrs'
llMechanics' Banking Asso.
Mechanics fc Traders'
par New York, Bank of
2'Nc a--York Hanking co.
1 N. Y. St'e. St'k Security b.
1 North River
Bank of Susquehanna co
35 Union B. of N Y
Lum. bank at Warren no salejW'ashington
The Subscribers have about 400 bushels of
Potatoes, of the various kinds, viz:
Mercer, Brook or Foxsile, Pink
Kye, Flesh Colour, Large Yel
low, Rohan and Merino,
all of large size and very sound, which they
will dispose of on reasonable terms.
C. R. & J. V. WILSON.
Shawnee, April 25, 1844.
Look at This !
The subscriber will sell at his Shop in
Strondsburg, on Tuesday the 7th of MAY,
tbe following articles, to wit: An assortment!
ISiftes, Shot Guns and Pifetols,
Gun Locks, and materials of all
.kinds. Files. Yices, Benches,
.Cuttinu; Machine, a larire Bel
.lows and Anvil, and a va
riety of other tools of
every description ;
30.) goo: seasoned Maple Gun stocks,
$c. Also, a few Stoves and
.stove mounting, cf-c. c.
lie -wfli also offer at his house, HOUSE
HOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE,
goo.l as new ; suck as Bureaus, Chairs, Tables,
Bedstead, Stands, Looking-GlaBses, Carpet
ing, one excellent PATENT PUMP, and a
variety of other articles loo numerous to men
tion. Sale will commence at his shop precisely at
8 o'clock in ihe morning, and the House at 1
o'doek, p. m., and continue until all is sold. ,A
credit will be iifn for all amounts over five
.dollar, T. J. ALBRIGHT.
April I8,1814, ;
Sherman's Cougb Lozenges, qnd
Peters' Pills ;
r n vain
The subscriber hereby informs the public
that he still continues the
Cabinet Making: Business
at his old stand in Elizabeth at., Stroudsburgh,
Pa. where he will be happy to furnish any per
son with Cabinet Ware, at low prices. He in
tends to keep on hand, and make to order, all
kinds of wares in his line of business.
Side-Boards, Bureaus, Centre, Break-
fast, Dining and End Tables, Wash
Stands, Bedsteads, Wardrobes,
Booh Cases, Secretaries, $c.
ALSO COFFINS made to order at the
Stroudsburgh, April 4, 1844.
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Hie full-blooded elegant Horse
Will stand the present season, commencing
on the first of April 1844, at the stable of the
subscriber, in Upper Mount Bethel township,
Northampton county there to remain three
days; thence to be removed 10 the stable of Ja-
cob Long, at Snydersville, Monroe county
there to remain three days, thence to be re
moved to the stable of Geo. R. Labar, in Stroud
township, Monroe countythere to remain three
days thus to change alterlately throughout the
season, at the low rate of $5.
SIR HENRY, will be five years old on the
15th day of May next- is 1G hands high a
handsome dark bay, with a small star on his
lorehead. lie is very active, aim can trot a
mile in three minutes.
SIR HENRY, is a descendant of the 'best
stock of blood horses erer imported into this
country. The grand sire of this colt was an
imported horse, and was sold from the ship for
six thousand dollars, lie could trot a mile in
two minutes and a half. For further particu
lars see hand bills. HENRY LONG.
Williamsburg, April 1, 1844.
T?lliC County, SS
The Commonwealth of Pennsvl-
SherifTof said CountvJ
We command you lhat you attach
Louis Auguste Morix, late of your
county, by all and singular his goods and chat
tels, lands ami tenements, in whose hands or
possession soever the same may be, so that he
be and appear before our Court of Common
Pleas, to be holden at Milford, in and for said
County, on Tuesday the fourteenth day of May
next; then and there to answer Theodore
Bowha.wva.v, of a plea of trespass on the case
upon premises not exceeding two hundred dol
lars ; and we further command you that you
summon all persons in whoso hands or posses
sion the said goods and chattels, or any part of
them, may be attached, so that they and every
of them be and apptrar before the said Court at
the day and place hereinbefore mentioned, to such as Spindle Steps, Shaft and Gudgeon
answer what shall be objected against them, Boxes, &c. will be made to order. Old Cop
and abide the judgment of the said Court there- per and Brass taken in exchange at the highest
iir; and have you then and there this writ. price. Patterns made to order.
Witness the Hon. Williaji Jessup, Prcsi- Threshing Machines & Horse Powers
dent Judge of our said Court, at Milford, this 0f the most approved construction, will ho fur
20th day of February, A'nno Domini, 1814. wished to order at the shortest notice.
11. S. MOTT, ProtKy. Kr r ,
I do certify the above to be a true copy of u Wrought Iron Mill Work
I writ of Foreign Attachment, issued out of the
Couri of Common Pleas of Pik county, to ;iie
directed. JA'.MES WATSON, Sli'lT.
Sheriff's Office, Milford,
February 21, 1841. J
The Winter session commenced Norember
6lh and continues 24 weeks.
For common branches, $2 00 per quarter.
Classics, 5 00
Board with the Principal, 1 50 per week
not including incidental uxpciiBs.
IRA B. NEWMAN
Dingman?s erry, i'lke cq., 1'a
Let lliesu call and satisfy themselves,
That they can get higher prices for all kinds
of produce, and buy Lumber cheaper, at Mil-
ford than in any other market in this section of
country. 1 he subscribers nave on nana ana
for sale at their yard in Milford
50.000 feci White Pine Boards,S9 to $11 00
Hemlock " G 50 to 7 00
Pine Siding, 6 00 to 12 50
Sap Yellow Pine ." 8 00 to 9 00
Heart 41 "11 00 to 12 00
Pine Shingles, 4 50 to 800
110,000 feet White and Yellow Pine Boards,
at Shoholy Fall's Mills, for sale at
prices to suit the times. Call and
C. W. DkWITT & BROTHER.
xMilford, Dec. 14, 1843.
zmm s is 2 w 3H a
Has fitted up a commodious and elegant Ho
tel on Elizabeth street, nearly opposite the
store of G.. H. Miller & Co., and directly op-
posite the residence of Daniel Stroud, Esq.
He has every convenience for entertaining
strangers and travellers. Persons from the ci-
ties, and others who wish to take a pleasant
jaunt in the country will be accommodated in
lne mosl satisfactory manner at his house.
... , ,. , . . , " , . , . r
will be supplied with the best productions af-
... . 1
Jrll KUUIVIO AINU JiJliJJO
are such, as will, he hopes, prove satisfactory
0 all reasonable customers.
furnished with a.
IS new anu exiensivu uuu mil uasacu uy iiuhu in
the count for coinfort and convenience.
a . : .1 .1 1... ;
With these advantages backed by some ex
perience in the business and a determination
to keep a good public house, he confidently ex-
pects a fair portion of public patronage,
VTT Permanent boarders will find a quiet
home and be satisfactorily accommodated at
Stroudsburg, Sept. 28, 1843.
IRON AND BRASS
The subscribers take this method to inform
the public generally, and Millers and Farmers
especially, that they have taken that conven
Voundi and Machine Shop,
adjoining Jacob Singmaster's Tannery, and
would be thanklul lor any patronage extended
towards them, and respectfully announce that
.u i n 1 :
limy utu ijiujjaiuu 111 UACtuic uu uiucia 111 high
line of business 111 the be&t manner and with
despatch They will manufacture
for Flour and other Mills, together wilh Cast
mgs 01 every description turned and lined up
in the best possible manner. We feel confi
dent in our ability to execute all orders with
which we may be entrusted in a workman-like
manner. Particular care will be taken to em
ploy none but good workmen in the different
departments of the establishment, and no pains
will be spared by.tho proprielois to give gen
eral satisfaction to ihose who may favor them
with orders for work.
w be done on the most reasonable terms, and
a" '"'ds ol smith work,
The best kind of Sled Shoes and polished
Wagon Boxen will always be kept on hand
Ploughs ol the most approved plan will be
kept oir hand, and an excellent. assortment of
Plough Castings which they offer for sale to
HAYDEN & SCHLAUGH.
April 2G, 1843.
At Reduced Prices.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS FOR SALE
which he will sell at from 10 to 10 T -2 and 1 1
per pouiil, according to quality, forca:
' WAND.15L J. BRE1MER.
I1 1 Mil III VtofSu&ZZ
m,irr"(-u--i c s a-.iv.
Stroudsburgh, Oct. 5, 1843,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Drugs and medicines,
Iron, Wails, Glass,
CHEAP FOR CASH OR PRODUCE.
POSITIVELY NO TRUST!
The subscribers having adopted the above
method of doinjr business, feel confident that it
will be beneficial to the interests of their cua
torhers, as well as their own. They have just
received in addition to their former stoclc,
largo assortment of Dry Goods selected wi:h
care. Also, Groceries, Hardware, &c. which
thev will sell at prices to suit the times.
All persons having unsettled accounts with
the subscribers, will confer a favor by settling
and paying up at their earliest convenience
Grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore
extended to us, we respectfully solicit its con
liuuance, and pledge ourselves to use every
exertion to merit the favors of their friend
C. W. DeWITT & BROTHER.
Milford, July 12, 1813.
smm H. MELICK,
CLOCK AND WATCH
Informs the public gener
ally, that he still continues
the above business in all its
various branches. He has
on hand at all times an as
Jewelry and Fancy oods,
which he is determined to sell at such prices
as will suit the times.
The attention of the public is particularly
called to his assortment of
SPECTACLES AND GLASSES
for nearsighted and old persons plain white,
GREEN AND BLUE GLASSES. 1NO COarge Will oe
made for showing them, if he cannot suit, no
Brass eight day Clocks for $14 00
. Do thirty hour do 1 00
Wood do do From S4 to 6 00
ALSO, an assortment of
all warranted good time keepers, or will be re
Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry
repaired at the shortest notice.
ALSO, an assortment of MAPS of the Uni
ted States and World, varying from SI 62 1-2
tn 2 nO'larse size.
Violin Strings of all sizesbest quality.
Call and see for yourselves
DOUBLE AND SINGLE REFINED,
Car Iron, Car,Coa:cIi& Wagon Axles
CROW BAR, S'LEDGE AND PLOUGH MOULDS,
Axle and Gun Barrel Iron,
And a general assortment of
WAGON TYKE & SQUARE lilOI,
constantly on hand and .will be sold on tho mod
reasonable terms, by
Analomink Iron Works, April G, 1342.
Or those who are aEiont to huild
The umdersigned respectfully informs the
public that he is duly authorised to sell the
Right of the Johnson JRo-aciing Water wheel,
to the counties of Monroe and Pike, patented
the 22d day of June, A. D. 1 840.
The Johnson re-acting wheel is the best now
in uso to propel a saw mill; it excels any other
wheel in the United States under a low water
head; under a head from 5 to 7 feet is suffi
cient to cut from 2 to 3000 feet in twelve hours
of inch or any other boards with ease. The
wheels require, under a 7 foot head, 140 inches
of water and so in proportion to any other head.
Under a 7 foot head, the Saw will make from
200 to 250 strokes per minute. The advan
tage which those wheels have over any other
wheels is, that it requires but four posts to make
the floom or bulk head; the wheels are hung on
the crank shaft. Two wheels are what is re
quired for a Saw mill, and the posts planked in
side the same as a pen slock. I have built one
of those mills this season, on the Roaring
Brook, in Luzerne countyrfor Mr. S. P. Tem
plin, under about a 7 foot headr which will cut
from 3 to-4000 in twelve hours of inch boards?
therefore, 1 can recommend them as the beat
wheels now in operation. There are several
more mills in lhat pari, all under low heads,
which answers the same purpose as thatUf Mr.
Templins. For further information, please call
!on the subscriber
FERDINAND DUTOT, Agent,
Lower Smithfield, Monroo co., .c
November 9, 1842
The Proprietors of this Line bavin" made .
such arrangement that they will he able lu Car-
ry merchandize from Philadelphia to Eriun
la the Uelawaro Division of ihe Peiiiuvlvanui
Canal, cheaper, and with as much dpaieh as,
any other Line, re.-pecifully soln-it rotitrtry
merchants to give ihem a call tu'fure htt)pitii
Persons shipping by ttiis Lmu
their 2ls to HiMlman it
tiarnet, Willow street witarl, HitlaUn. -All
goods shipped by this Line to be stored at Kas-
ton, will be stored tree 01 charge. 1 here viil
De one uoai leavuiu vciry uav.
BARNET, HELLER & Co
Heilma.v & Barnet, Philadelphiax;
Bar.vet & Heller, Easton.
Philadelphia, Feb. 15, 1844. ,
French and Eti"lh Cloths and Caimere.
American Caimeres, Chubs and SiitiueiVa.
English and American Tweed Coaling.
Sinsle Milled Cloths and Cashmeres.
Silk Velvet and Black Satin Vesting..
Cashmere, Thibet and other Vesting-. '
Silk and Alpaclu Serges.
A full assortment of Jailors lrtmunngs. 1 -
New style Spring and Summer pantaloon Siufft..
With various other seasonable goods, embra
cing the latest styes, arc offered at the low
eat market price.
LIPPINCOTT & PARRY,
Wholesale and Retail Cloth Strr
No. 57 North Second Street,
3rd month 9, 184 I. Philudrlpliiu.
N. B. Order from a distance carefully sup
plied and warranted to suit. 2lm2.
DeWitt, Brothers & SBagcrly,
Hare on had 150,000 fret Hemlock an-l
White and Yellow Pine Boards and Siding, at
their Lumber establishment in Lord's Valley,
14 miles from Dingman's Bridge, which th-y
will sell cheap for Grain, Straw, and Iron, and
will not refuse to take current money or Pork.
We respectfully solicit a share of public pat
Lord's Valley, Dec. 14, 1S43. '
Another Prcmiuzai of $230.
For the best Line, Stipple or Mezzoiiui En-
? 1 1). ..... nm r fill mill
"raring, trom an urigmai ntiuic, m
nation of any two or three of the styles, of a
subject to suit Uodey's iMagazinR, ana wormy
to be published therein, the above premium w
offered. A reference to Hie engravings mrtno
last two years will give an idea of the kind ot
subject that will suit. The successful plato
only will be retained. It is requested that a
price may be put upon each engraving, so that
the purchase of the best of the unsuccessful
may be treated for with the artist. A deciim
will be made by competent judges on the first
of October. Address
L. A. GODEY, Philadelphia.
Extract from our Advertisement published in De
cember last. i
" Russell Smith has been engaged to furnish
a series of pictures representing some of the
most celobrated places in tho United States,
battle-grounds," &c. We have two of his de
signs in the hands of our engrarers, and ttiey
would have appeared ere this, but the govern
ment works now in their hands occupy nearly
all their time. Tho idea originated with. us.
The offer of our premium no doubt will producw
many good pictures, battle-grounds, celebrated
It will be perceired that the idea or furnisli
inr views of battle-grounds was first conceived
bfpublishor " Godey." They will bo engraved
in Dick's best" style, and given with other plates
as rapidly as possible.
Tho May No. of the Book, has 23 contribu
tors, and among them may be found the names
of some of the most eminent writers iu the
" The Rebuke" is decidedly the finest lino
engraving ever published, and we challenge
comparison for its equal. "May-day" is a
sweet plato and suitable to tbe month.
TJjIf parents knew the value and efficacy
of Dr. Lcidy's Patent Vegetable Worm Tea,
they never would be without it in their families,
as children aro subject at all times to Worms.
Dr. Leidy's Worm Tea is composed., of veg
etables altogether, and may be given to chil
dren of all ages. Directions accompany each
paper or package.
Children suffer much, of timesrffom so many
things being given them for worms, without any
effect. Much medicine, given to children, has
a tendency to destroy their general health, and
they are more or less delicate ever after.
To avoid the necessity of giving medicine
unnecessarily when you are certain your clnl
drerr'have worms give them at firht Dr. Leidy's
Worm Tea.. It is sell that is necessary.
Reference might be made to several hundred
parents in Philadelphia city and county, of tho
efficacy of Dr. Leidy's Worm Tea. Try it and
you will be convinced.
Price 12 1-2 cents a small, and 25 cents, a
arge package. Prepared only, and for sale
wholesale and retail, at Dr. Leidy's Health
Emporium, No. 101 North Second street, be
low Vine, (sign1 of the Golden Eagle and Ser
Also, sold at Wrru Hastblirn's store, Strouds
burg, Jan. 4, 1813