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fdowroc County Election ISetdrns.
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T!ie neutral Ledger, and other Democratic
papers, now thai the election is ovor in this
.State, boldly avow their principles in favor of
free Trade Mow will this suit the views of
the laboring classes of manufacturers in our vi
cmiiy, many of whom have, by a course of the
ixildttM falsehoods, been perflated to cast their
MjfTrages for Mr. Polk and Mr. Dallas. We
av litis, not that we are opposed to Democra
cy as it ought to be honetly expressed hut
determined to mil our veto on all hum-
bip Whigs or Democrats, who attempt to in-
leiiere with the honest expression of the elee-
...niiriiiiiiuc ikf L'tlti 1 ti ft 7") ml if Aniti
Vermont. I ho Legislauiro of tins Slate
u i u )! , r 'pi.. i..-t
iiiiiiiriiirii tin 1 1 1 it .i i :m. in i L:iii!iFi- i nil srri
OII1I1II1II.U W II 3 I l& I U llll till. A tX . i llllUJUVf II.
made a report, concluding with re.oIutions pro-
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I'HIIIM I ll; clllll U.(1I1U1I III 1 CAil. t.llltll W C U
..i ion . ,10 tu..
hat the tariff of 1842 has nroved hiohlv bene-
, o j
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L i iu l lie cui ic ill l llllllilll. tvtia ciuiiuicu.
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to 1.1. l ne resolution declaring tnat the
I. r.i. i. .fit. t.i:
iisi i nun li j ii til (lie nuuecua in inu iiiiiiiiu idiitia
i uue as an aci ui iusiilh in nits oiaies. auu
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eresaarv nil nie uermdiif.ncv in nit; nrcuecii u
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St. Augustine, Florida, is by more than 40
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louses in it are vet standing, which are said
n i:ivp hen built manv vears befciro Viroinia
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They have some brave orators in hoosier-
IIP iMlmitririrr vnopl mnn nl Inlttr-nnH httrninrr a
nifiiiTi" iv iii men v
'Americans! This i a great country wide
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1 1' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i vi riMkiiiiMti ifi rJ.nnnT1' 'j i i .-fini ri
America to occupy the Russian possessions,
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ii ncrniTi in rjTMVfr nncciwcmn n inner irii.
a - j y
ecn Colonies won from the French on the
1 . i . t i ii - i ii
iams ni - urnnnin nil v i ir n nil i tr niira i r-r.n-
uptj. uura is a grcai and growing country.
'.mpiill f-Tatl Ttr'ta Ifc r-iftln 1...ttnt ttrliar will
;h iriiinri innnnr atiniiftn rm its r r rn n r ."v
ii . t - . . . . . . 1
IlllKl Wjlor ntll xtl lllu lllotitlfi (lan ovtfl llu
...J I I er i m .
inline. rtim vri niRr rn na5 rari"i' v wrnwn
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IIII III I n rrriklla f ttAftltmirl Uarf
s Ltuopel bue is no whar ; homing; a cir-
uuiMance, a cvpner; a mere onsoiete taea.-
arer creelis, bigger plantations, belter mill
r .nn .... . i. . . i i i . i . u.
11 II IT Urn t. m hi nH a.i..HtA. n . r . kn
of lEinm I .1 r . f v 1
That they can get higher prices for all kinds
f produce, and buy Lumber cheaper, at Mil
ord than in anv other market in this section of
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a ne si Usui ue s lidii; uii iiunu aiiu
"r sale at their yard in Milford
50,000 feet White Pine J3oards,S9 to 311 00
Hemlock 44 G50 to 7 00
Pine Siding, 6 00 to 12 50
Sap Yellow Pine " 8 00 to 9 00
Heart 44 14 4U 00 to 12 00
Ptne Shingles, 4 50 to 800
ALSO About ,
10,000 feet White and Yellow Ptne Boards
at Shoholy Fall's Mills; for sale at
prices to suit the times. Call and
C. W. HeWITT Ar. RROTHFR.
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uec. 14. 184.
NEW TAILOItirV "'
The subscriber would respectfullv inform the
citizens of Siroudsburg, and the public general
ly , uiai no nas commenced the
at his residence in Jacksonville, one door above
Robert Boys' store, where ho is fully prepared
and determined to execute all articles in his
line of business, with neatness and despatch.
The public may rest assured of being as well
suited as to prices and good fits, as they can be
in any other establishment in Siroudsburg, or in
any City, as he has done business in the first
shops in New York and a number of other Ci
ties, and has a thorough knowledge of all the
rarious styles and changes of fashion.
N. B. Coifing done at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms, and warrant
ed to fit if made up properly. He will also
give directions for making up if required. He
therefore flatters himself that by strict attention
to his business he will receive a share of pub
October 17, 1844.
Is hereby given to all persons indebted to the
estate of Peter Kester, late of Hamilton town
ship, deceased, either by note, hook account or
otherwise, that the subscriber will attend to the
settlement of the same at the residence of the
late Peter Kester, from the 4th to the 9th of
November next; and that unless fcaid accounts
are settled and paid by that time, the same will
be immediately thereafter placed in the hands
of a Justice of the Peace oi othor officer for
FERDINAND KESTER, Admr.
Hamilton tsp., Sept. 19, 1844.
To Coassatry Mecliasats.
In store, Foreign and American Broad Cloths
and Cassimeres, of the various descriptions adap
ted to the approaching season, among which are
twilled and fisured Cloths and Cassijierzs
for Sack and Over coals.
Also, new style and plain SAtixetts and
Cloakixcs, together with an assortment of Pad
dings, Silesias. Canvass, Serges, Hollands,
Twist, Sewing Siik, Bindings and other trim
mings used by Tailors.
Also, Black Satins, plaid, Figured and Plain
Silk Velvets, Woolen Velvets, and other new
style of Vestixgs.
Our assortment is extensive and terms rea
sonable. LIPPINCOTT & PARRY,
Dealers in Cloths, Cassimeres, &c, No. 57,
North Second street, Philadelphia.
9th mo. 2d, 1844. 2m.
Csttc of IKarsaret Thomas, Bec'd.
Letters of Administration on the estate of,j
Margaret Thomas, late of SmtUifielil township,
Monroe count, having been granted io the sub
scribers, they request all persons having claims
or demands against said estate to present the
same without delay, and all persons indebted
are requested to make immediate payment.
"r?1 n nrT Administrators
JAMES BELL, Jr. j
Experiment Mills, Sept. 5, 1844. Gt.
LOOK AT THIS!
The undersigned, not being prepared to car
ry Wool from the houses of his friends-, takes
this method of informing the public generally,
hat he will CARD all Wool brought io hfs
machines, for TWO cents per pound and ii
will be done with neatness and despatch.
N. B. Wool and Cloth will be taken in at R.
S. Staples & Co.'s store, Siroudsburg, and re
turned to the same place.
JOHN P. QUICK,
Hamilton tsp., July 2, 1844.
TO C0INTR . MERCHANTS.
The Subscribers respectfully invite Country
Merchants who are about to purchase Fall and
Winter Supplies, to an examination of their re
spective Stocks, believing that their several as
sortments are as complete as have ever been of
fered in the Philadelphia Market.
With Stocks of Goods in their several Depait
ments of the choicest kinds a determination to
sell on terms which cannot fail to prove satisfac
tory and a disposition to please old and new cus
tomers, will, we hope, be a sufficient inducement
to purchasers to call at our respective establish
ments. Silks and Fancy Goods.
W. & R. P. Remington, 80 Market street.
jshhurt & Remington, 50
Buck & Potter, 116
Yard & Gillmore, 109
Domestic and Foreign Dry Goods.
Reynolds, McFarland & Co. 105 Market street.
Burnett, Withers & Co. 120
Scott & Baker, 150
Wise, Pusev & Wise, 154
Hardy & Hackers, 40 N. Second st.
Importers of Cloths, Cassimeres,
147 Market street.
Police is herehr oiven ilmi oil noNimi in.
uiicKawaxen township. Tike. county, de-
are hereby requested to make payment
"1'iieihately to the subscribers, to whom leltesr
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- .,um.0 uiriii Humeuiaieiy, uuiy au
BENJAMIN H. ROSE, )
ALBERT J. HOLBERT. Executors-
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jx"" 'P- April G, 1844.
For sale at this office.
Weaving, Spinning, Fulling and
The Subscriber, thankful for past favors, re
spectfully informs his friends andf-the public
generally that he still continues at the former
stand of Mr. John Keller, near Kelletsville, and
that he has now commenced and is ready to
carrv on the above business in all its various
branches. As he has new Fulling Stocks,
Shearing Machines and additional Cards, and
by doing good work and strict attention to bus-inis-s
he hope's to merit a continuance of the
Spmni.ug- will be done from-10 to 15 cents per
pound. N vV)jl 'w'" ue sPln unless carded i
oy me suos. .u , , ...u ..u- ad Goggles for weak eyes.
I...C. An.,1..r i 'irMiriir will h lmir al lht' oa J
DIIUIO 1 dlUllI'.. vm ..... v
low price of cents per pound. Wool will
be received iri the fleece and manufactured in
to Cloth, Satinet, &c. at tho following prices,
212 Market street.
"87 . .
51 15 "
40 " "
William IT. Love,
Hardware and. Cutlery.
Michael V. Baker, 315 Market street.
Edward S. Handy & Co. 8
Importers and Manufanturers o'
Horn & Kneass, " 2 15 Market street.
Boots, Shoes, Bonnets, Caps, Leg
horn and Palm Hats, 5jc.
W. E. & J. G. Whelan,, 158 Market street.
Levick, Jenkins & Co. 150
M Conrad & Co. 60 41 41
iUUllUlttlUl U1U1 XOU1VIO 111 ilUgO,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, &c. '
Tiiomas P James;
Potts,-Linn & Harris,
Robinson, Collins & Co
Thompson, Pancoast & Co
Hats, Caps, Furs and Trimmings.
L Kenton, 17G Market sttect.
John Sauerbier & Brother, G2 " '
Books and Stationary.
Grigg & Elliott, 9 N ."Fourth at.
Hogan & Thompson, 30 do do
Importers of British and French Fan
cy and Staple Stationary.
L I Cohen & Co . 27 S. Fourth st.
Henry Cohen, 3 do do
Importers of Hosiery Gloves, Trim
mings and Fancy Goods.
Setley & Sevening, 23 N Third st.
Parker & Lehman, 3 do do
Combs, Brushes, Brooms, Sjc.
Thomas Cooper, 3 N Front st
Importer of Toys. Fancy and Staple
A F Ott Monrose, 16 South Fourth Street
Manufacturer of Patent Lard
Ellis S Archer, 32 N Second street
Manufacturer of Patent Floor and
Furniture Oil Cloths.
Isaac Macauley, Jr. 6 N Fifth street
Manufacturers and Importers of Pa
Howell & Brothers, 80 & i42 Chesnut street
August 22, 1841. 6m."
Time! Time! ! Time!!!
Clock and Watch Maker.
Has just relumed from the
city with a new assortment
of Goods in his Hue, and of
fers them a little lower than
can be had elsewhere, for
Having adopted the cash system, and by turn
ing goods and work into cash, he can put them
Particular attention paid to repairing clocks,
watches, music boxes, jewelry, &c.
Brass eight day Clocks for $10 00
Do ono 44 do $0 to 7 00
Wood do do 3,50 to 4 00
Warranted good lime keepers, for 1 year, if
they should not perform well no charge will be
made for repairing them.
Patent Lever, Lepine, English and French
Waichesj for sale very low according to quality.
A good assortment always on hand to suit
anv aye. bilver, Meet, and common bpecks..
Corrected every Wednesday rnornxn.
Wheat Flour, per barrel
Rye. db. do. do.
Wheat, per bushel
Rye, do. do. v v
Sole Leather per pound
Corn per bushel
Buckwheat, per bushel
Clover Seed per bushel .
Timothy Seed per bush.
Flax Seed do.
Butter per pound
Eggs, per dozen .
Plaster per ton
Hickory wood, per cord
Oak, do. do.
Mackerel, No. 1
Do. do 2
Potatoes, per bushel
Strouds- Eastern. Piula
4 75 4 50 4 00
3 50 3 25 2 87
90 87 90
.62 70 64
25 21 25
. 50' 48 47
0 00 5 00 4 00
2 25 3 50 3 00
40 40 50
25 . 30 33
1 25 1 40 1 47
12 12 12
10 10 10
4 00 3 00
2 25 5 00 4 50
2 00 4 00 4 25
15 00 12 00 10 00
12 50 10 00 8 00
BANS NOTE JLIST.
corrected weekly for the jeScrsonlaa Republican.
The notes of those banks on wirier quotations
are omitted and a rlash(- Substituted, are not
purchased by the brokers.
PiiS:isylTas:ia. ;Wcst 3mrich bank 7
riiiladelphia ban, parPittsburi' 1
lian of North America, do Vtynesburg I
Farmers' tt Mechanics do RiowneSviUe 1
Western bank do Eric bank 1
Southwark ban do Derks county bank
Kensington ban do',Tovanda do
Bank of Northern Liberties do Relief Notes 9
Bank of Penn Township
United States bank
Bank of Germantown
Bunk of Montgomery co.
Bank of Delaware county
Bank of Chester county
Fanners' hank of Bucks
Farmers' bank of Reading
Farmers' bank Lancaster
Lancaster countv bank
.Miners bank of Fottsvillo
Wyomins - do
Bank of Lewiftown
Bank of Susquehanna co
America, b.uik of par
do American Exchange do
22 Bank of Commerce do
1 0 Bank of the State of N Y do
par Butchers' and Drcvers' do
par Chemical do
do City do
do Clinton par
do'Del. and Hudson canal co. do
do Drv Docic I
do Fulton bank of New York par
1 Leather Manufacturers' cto
lMu:ihatten company do
Mechanics' Banking Asso. do
1 Merchants' bank
IMcchanics & Traders
1 Merchants' Exchange
2, National bank
par New York, Bank of
2 Ne.v-York Banking co.
liN. Y. Si'e. St'k Security b. par
l!North River .do
3iScvcnth Ward do
1 (Tenth Ward 10
2 Tradesmen's par
35;Union B. of N Y
Lum. bank at Warren no sale) Washington
Cloth at 02 1-2 corns per yard,
Satinets from 40 to 45 4i '
Women" wear from 4i. to 50 41 , "
Blanketing at 37 J -2
Liney iu proportion.
Wool will be picked and greased at 1 1-2
cents per pound, if required. Wool and Cloth
will o received at the .establishment, and will
be taken in and returned at the following pla
ces, viz --Ri chard S. Staples & CoV Store,
Stroudsburgh. JOHN P. QUICK.
Harmlion, Monroe co., AyulQO, 1944.
Violins from $1 50 to $3' 50
Flutes from 1 00 lo "2 50
Accordions, Violin and Violincello' strings, best
Fine pen knivesj razors, scissors, razor stropsj
shaving brushes, soaps, ihimblerf, ever-pomt
pencils, hair and tooth brushes, hair oil, smel
ling bottles, pocket books, pearl builons, spec
tacle casesj fine gold .finger rings, and breast
pins, common do., toilet boxes, and toys. To
gether with a good assortment of notions, all for
cash no cre.dit given.
Old gold and stiver taken in exchange for any
of the above ariiclo.
August .23, I844f
GREAT: NATIONAL "WOJKK?
TAPPANT & DENNETT, No. 114 Wafiing
ton street, Boston, propose to.publish, by suliscrias"?
tioti, in fourteen monthly numbers-, at the low
price of twenty-five cents each munbefnhe
IiIFJB OF WASKIKGTOiV,
BY JARSD SPARXS. . "T.
Each number to contain between forty and fifjifcjgjfc
ges, and be embellished icilh theJ'oclov3iniriJirtJS'..
Steel and Coppeqilate Ensruvings, ' cizi
1 Portrait' of Washington at 40, by Peale."- -
2 do .Mrs Washington at 20, by A;ullastpa2-
3 View of Mount Vernon. . :' "-V
4 Battle of Braddock's defeat. . -fcfcr .
5 Head Quarters at Cambridge. , 4" .
fi Plan of Boston and environs.
7 Head Quarters at Morristown.
8 Head Quarters at Newburtj. '
9 Plan of Farms at Mount Vernon. (
10 Battle of Brandvwine.'
1 1 Portrait of Washington, by Stewart
12 Encampment at Valley Forge: -'
13 Battle of Germantown.
14 Fac Simihe of Washington's hr.nd-yritincr., ,
Tlie Portraits were copied froth the original,
paintings. The phms, sketches, and other enters
vings, have been compiled from tfieer ""dralv1
ings, as-well English and French aV American.
Special afd was derived from a series 'of iMalfa-
script drawings in the possession of Gen. La Fay
ette, which are executed with scientific accuracy'
The well known ability of the author, the abun
dant means which he possessed, viz: mure than
two hundred Folio volumes of Original marlti"
scripts, purchased by Congress, ten, year re
searches in the public offices in London, l?ari..5:
Washington, ami all the States which fonnerlttit
confederacy during the Revolution, as '.veil as th
access he has gained to valuable private papers in
different parts of the country have brought inf
his hands a mass of materials, original and impor
tant in their character; which we trust wilFrbs
found to have contributed essential aid in enabling
him to execute with more accuracy and complete
ness his main purpose, and thus to have cimipeft-'
sated in some degree lor the time and labor that, '
have cost. Its publication has not only involved.,
extended and laborious research on the' part of
the editor, but great pecuniary responsibilities on
the part of the. publishers.
The price affixed to this work is less, when,th ,
J ! exertion, is considered, than that of any otherpui- .
hcation in Europe or America, i he investment
and expenditures connected with this undertaking;,
are much greater than usually attended such4pulf-? .
lications, and it will be apparent that the'puQIish-f '
ers must rely on an extensive sale for their'remu-'
neration. . .
The engravings alone arc thought by many to
be worth the cost of the whole work. To iloit
subscribars the price will be enhanced.
Many testimonials of unqualified approbation!
migh be added, by gentlemen who have examined.
the work, but the publishers conceive it to be un
necessary. Letters have been received from ma
ny distinguished persons concurring in the optn-"
AND CLOTH DRESSING.
The subscribers are now readv for thh re- ion l.hat U3e .rk in GxcVJ respect, richly
r Tii 7 .... j . ."L :ll i serving of public patronage. -
Among the many who have given the work th'a
ception of Wool and Cloth at their Mill, at
Bushkill, where work will be dorse with neat
ness and despatch. No pains will be spared.
Their prices are as follows: For Wool car
ding, 4. cents per pound; oiling 2 cents per lb..
Indigo Blue; pe:
xMI shades of Brown;
All shades of SnulT,
All other dark colors;
Ia. . ..
Fulling, shearing & Prossing
Fulling and Pressing,
Fulling and Napping,
Black and Brown, c -
Oilier dark colors,
Scouring and Pressing,
Scouring and napping for blankets, per yd. 8
r yard 36
44 . ' .31
44 ,, .23
44 ' rt"' "20
, , 20
44 - 8
ti f jg
" - 20 '
f4- . ,12
U: . 12i
44 " 14
Black, per lb.
Indigo Blue, pr. lb. 25c
Madder Red, 44 25c
DIMOCK 4' STIFF.
Bushkill. May 30. 1844.
Has fined 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
the most satiM&ctory manner at his House.'
THE TABLE ; .
will' be supplied with the best prodiiihions af
forded by the market.
HIS ROOMS AND BEDS
are such, as will, he hopes, prove satisfactory
to all reasonable customers;
is, and will continue to be, furnished with a
choice assortment of Liquors.
is new and extensive and surpassed by none in
the county for comfort and convenience.
With those advantages backed hy some ex
perience iu the business and a determination
o keep a good public house, tie coriiidouuy ex
pects a fair portion of public patronage.
vrf Permanent hoarders win unu a quiet
home and be satisfactorily accommodated &
moderate prices. ' t
Sttoudsbury, Sept. 28, 1843.
aid of their subscription and influence, are the fol
lowing gentlemen, viz: Hons. Johu.Q Adams,
Martin Van Buren, Jacob Burnett ofphio, Josiah
Quincy, John Pickering, Francis Wayland, I) D.,
Rev Moses Stewart, Robert G Sliaw, esq., Henry
Lee, esq., Right Rev Bishop Brownell, Isaac U
Bates1, Horace Everett of Vt , S Longfellow of
Maine, J Sewcll Jones of N C, John Sergeant of ;
Pa., Levi Loticoln, S Van Rensalaer of N Y.,;
Wm L Marcy. W Pope of Kentucky, L W Taze
well of Va., Daniel Webster, Abbot Lawrence,
Joseph Story, Edward Everett, Charles Jackson,
Lemuel Shaw, Samuel T Armstrdng, W li Cal
houn, John C. Warren, M D , James Jackson, M
D., Gov John Davis, Chapman Johnson of.Va.
25s" Active and trustworthy men can find em
ployment in procuring subscribers for the abov'
IL7 Letters addressed to the Publishers post
paid, with applications for agencies, orders, will
meet with prompt attention.
fJ Postmasters and others who obtain sub
scriptions, and become responsible for five copies,
shali receive a sixth copy gratis, or for ten sub-
scribers, two copies, and the same rate for moret
They will please let the publishers know how tra?
ny copies are subscribed for, and how they sial
(f?3 Publishers of Newspapers who will inssjt&.
the above six weeks and forward to Tappaa. 3
Dennett one numbpr oftheir paper, shall receive:
a copy of the work for so doing.
' dewitt'S-& t:
Milford, Dec. 14, 1843.
Hard, Salmon and Soft Brick-
WOOIi CAKBI WG AGAliVi -BIDDIS
Will havo their Carding Machines in operatroo
the coming season, tinder the superintendence
of Mr. Daniel Buckley, an old anil experience!
workman; They solicit a share of the patron-
age of the public. All work warranted to be
done in a workmanlike manner, or nu charge
for tho same. Wool will be weighed on ihi
receipt of the same, and the rolls guaranteed lt
hold their weight, natural loss for cardihg'ek
cepted. BIDDIS & DEPUEi" -
Biddi' Mtlis. A
Milford, May 9, 1844.
issolutiom of Prrtsiership.
The partnership heretofore existing betweya
tho subscribers, as publishers of this paper,
was on the 17th of August last, dissolved hv
mutual consent. All persons having demand
against the said firm, will present them it
Theodore Schooh for settlement, and all who
are indebted thereto are requested to make nil.
mediate payident lo him, ho being authorized
lo receivo tUo same. ,
v THEODORE SCH0CF4
P. S. The Jeflersouian Republican ' . 'f
tintte to ho published byTheudoro
F. E. Spering, who respectfully b ;
Unuanco of public patrdtiBge. iH