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JE FF E R S 0 N I A N " RElWLlCAN.
A most rare freak-of na-
mre i 'he shape of a child having two distinct
nrcks and heads, entirely disjointed and .inde
pendent of ,eackQiher,-s .farown as'uhe point
f contract at the lower vertebrae of the neck.
'J'he exhibition will be opened in a few days.-
Y. Republic.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Uy virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas of
and issued out of the Court f Common Pleas
I
nf Pike county, ana to me directed, will he ex
posed to public sale al the Court House in Mil
foid, on
Wednesday the 11th day of Dec. next,
at 2 o'clock P. M., the following described pro
perty, to wit :
Three certain tracts, pieces or parcels of land
ftiiuate in Westfal! township, Pike county, and
State of Pennsylvania, one of them being a cer
tain tract of improved land,' containing
59 Acres and 80 Perches,
strict measure, wttn a
HOUSE and BARK"
Procter), hnuiiilrtl bv lands nf
III I 'HSBWC I
Elijah Roe on the north east, by the rivet Del-f
aware on the south east, and south west by
Elijah Rose, anil by lands of Crisse Bull, Ro
yenkrance C. Bull on the south west, and by
Vanawken improved land and lands of Elijah
oe 011 the north east. One other being a cer
tain piece of Unproved laud containing
37 Acres and 54'Perchcs
jliict measure. Bounded by' lauds of John D.
Carpenter, Benjamin Vauiiiwageii, Elijah Rose
t 1 x 1 it
LUSOS NATORiE
and Jhe River Delaware,, and the other being be immediately thereafter placed ill llic hands
unimproved land, containing of a Justice of the Peace 01 other officer for
266 Acres and 152 Perches 'collection,
irict. measure, bounded by lands of B. H. Rose FERDINAND KESTER, Admr.
on the south west, by lands fate of Henry Brink! Hamilton tsp., Sept. 19, 1844.
ri wmsi, .hilrjah Itosc on the north, and by'latids
df Vaiiauketf on' ihemorih east, and by lands ol
Elijah Rose-.and Rosenkrance C. Bull, contain
ing m ihe whole. r . ,
363 ACRES
and One Hundred "Twentj-SiX
perches strict measure, together with the here
ditaments and appurtenances thereunto belong-
in p.
Seized and taken in execution as the proper
ty of Berij C. Vanauken and Elizabeth Van
auken, Execulors of Sarah Vanauken, dec d,
and will be sold bv trfe for cash.
JAMES WATSON, Sheriff.
Milford. November 18, 1844
SHKltlFF'S SALK.
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias upon
Mortgage, issued out nf the Court ol" Corrimpn
Pleas of the county of Pike, to roe directed,
will be exposed to public sale, at. the Court
House in Milford,'on
Wednesday the Wlh day of December next,
at 2 o'clock p. the following described prop
env, to wit :
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, j
parcel oi lanu,
situate, lying and being in the township of Del- '
aware, in ihe county oi rtke anu o.ate oi renn-,
, r Y 1
-To L
i Elijah Smith,
Office of Pennsylvania, "ranted to
tinmbered on the map and C
nmmissioner's !
Bonks of said county of Pike (65) sixty-five,
e . a- !
cuiiraming
'117 Acres and 24 Perches,
whh the usual allowance of six per cent.-for
Knarls, &c, togethef with :the hereditaments
and appurtenances.
Seized ajul taken in execution as the proper
'ivi'ifpscar 'H. Mott, rAdministrator of Henry
Gjtjjnan, dec-d. and, will besW by me.
- JAMES WATSON, Sheriff.
Milford, November 18, 1844. '
Rest Fenner St Co.
MANUfACTORERS.OF
Umbrellas, Parasols, & Snn Shades,
No. 143 Market street, Philadelphia.
Invite the attention, of Merchants, Manufactu
. rer, &c. &c, to their very Extensive,
Elegant, New Stock, prepared with
great care, and offered
At the Lowest possible Prices for Cash.
Tlteuriwipieon wiich Jhw .concern is es
eabhshed ito consult the infllual interest of
their ciwtomeo-K aud themselves, by manufactu
a good arMcie celling h'l the-Lowest
Pride fr ali. and il'alizing tliefr owii-jemu-neration,
in the aawuiii of sales and quick re
turn. Possessing mexhausUble lactlities lor manu
r , . i I ...
iaciure4ihev are nrenweu " sPPy
any exeni, anS respectfully ufAtcilAkf patron
age of rnerchants.iinanufaciurer's and .dealers.
A Large assortment'-of tte New Style Curtain J
rorasols.
Pliila..tN4ri 21. 1844 ly.
BRICK.
;250,00Q Brick, jifst burnt, are offered fr-ale
he subscriber, among which may be found
ay 1 ; v ;
:i6D:000"Hara. Brick. ; X-. u ;
75.000 Soft and Salirmrpdo. -
IU.000 Jam .do. v . . . I
,5,O0Q Square flearth do: . 1
'fflfktysoYpVbV
in in exchange. . ,''''? ' '' - i
en in exchane
- a
C. WDeWITT.
Milford. Nov. 21, 1844
BLA'NK BE ED S
For sa)e this Sio?,
NEW TAILORING
E S T A B LIS HME NT.
The subscriber would respectfully infornvthe
citizens of Siroudsbttrg, and the public general
ly, thai ho has commenced tho
Tailoring Business
at his residence in Jacksonville, one door above
Robert, Boys'.store, where he 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 bo
in any other establishment in Stroudsburg, 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
various styles and changes of fashion.
EMANUEL PECK.
N. B. Cutting done at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms, and warrant
ed 10 fit if made up properly. He will also
give directions for making, up if required., lie
therefore flatters himself that by strict attention
to his business he wilf receive a share of pub
lic patronage
October 17, 1844.
".)
NOTICE
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 4lh to the 9ih of
November next? and lhat unless said accounts
are settled and paid by that time, the same will
'JCo Country Merchants;
u
In store, Foreign and American. Broad Cloths
anil, Cassimeres, of the various descriptions adap
ted to the approaching season, among which are
twilled anil fisured Cloths and Cassimeres
for Sack and Over coats.
A Iso. new style and plain SatLvetts and
Cloakings, together with an assortment of Pad
dings, .Silesias, Canvass, Serges, Hollands,
Twist, Sewing Silk, Bindings and other trim
mings used by Tailors.
Also, Black Satins, Plaid; Figured and Plain
Silk Velvets, Woolen Velvets, and other new
style of Vestings.
Our assortment is extensive and terms rea
sonable. LIPPINCOTT & PARRY,
Dealers in Cloths, Cassimeres, &c.5 No. 57,
North Second street, Philadelphia.
9th mo. 2d, 1844. 2m.
NOTICE,
Estate of Margaret Tltomasj Dcc'd.
Letters of Administration on tho estate of
Margaret Thomas, late of Smi'hfield towiiship,
Monroe countv, having been granted to the sub
! ,-ltH(tf nll nHrshns havinw claim:
nr j ftSln, ,n nrnsnni th
W 4 " L.1IIUIIU O Uliill.n w- I"
whhnut'delav, and all persons indebted
iare requested to make immediate payment
lnriM t nrrr r. i
' V.1 t' 1 ' "7 Administrators
JAlMCa CbLLi, Jf. J
Experiment Mills, Sept. 5, 1S44. Gt.
LOOK AT THIS i
The undersigned, not being prepared to car
ry Wool from the houses of his frietuls takes
this method of informing the public generally,
hat he will CARD all Wool brought to his
machines, for TWO cents per pound and it
will be done with neatness and despatch.
N. B. Wool and Cloth will be taken in al R.
S. Staples & Co.'s store, Stroudsburg, and re
turned to the same place.
JOHN P. QUICK,
At Kelleraville.
Hamilton tsp., July 2, 1844.
WOOL CARDING,
Weaving, Spinning, Fulling and
Dressing ot
CLOTH.
The Subscribervthahl;ful for past favors, re
spectfully informs his friends and 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
carry on the above business in all its various
branches As he has new Fulling Stocks,
OllHHiing IViacnineo anu iiuuiuuiui aiu, unuiuauu ivi icjiauing iiiniii.
by doing good work and strict attention m ru -
: , iJfi hnnes j0 merit a continuance
I'" ' 1
oi me
' ..mj .vnmnn.,..
Spinnii?? will be done from JO to 15 cents per
pouml. mo wijiu wiii uc spin iiiue.-..-.
hy the subscriber, wnicn must oc u huc k
tielore carding. uruing m m; uuuu ,
rf cets ner nound. - Wool will i
fleece and manufactured in-
in ninth. Satinet. &c. at the following prices,
W ' J " V
viz
Cloth at 62 1-2'cenfs per yard,
Satinets from 40 to 45 "
Womens wear from 45 to 50
2 Elaiiketing at 37 1-2
i
T .L ...... i.. 'rtrnnnrlinn (
rMVooV will be picked and greased at,l 1-2
ceiiis' prpaulid, if re quired'r Wool and' Chjilf'
will be- received at the establishment, and will
he taken in and returned at the fallowing pla
ces, viz: Richard S. Staples & Co's. Store,
Stroudshurgh. JOHN P. QUICK.
Hamilton, Monroe co., April 29, 1844.
TO COUNTRY 'ME&CHANl.
The Subscribers respectfully incite 'fountfy
Merchants who are about to nurchase 'l?a)i" and
Winter Supplies, to an examinatigpaf-iheir. red
spective Stocks, believing that their, several as
sortments are as complete as have ever Wen'of
fered in the Philadelphia Market. -r
With Stocks of Goods in their several Depart
ments of the choicest kinds determination to
sell on terms which cannot fail to prove patijac
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 Crooils.
W. & R. P. Remington, &) Market street.
Ashhurt & Remington, .50
Buck & Potter, 110
Yard & Gillmore, 109
tl
Domestic and Foreign Dry (oqds.
t
Reynolds, McFarland & Co. 105 Market street.
Burnett, Withers & Co. 120
Scott & Baker, - 1.50
Wise, Pusev & Wise, 151 ' "
Hardy & Hackers,' 4(?'N; Second st.
Importers of Gloths, CaSstfneres;
vestings, cjc.
William H. Love, " 147 Market street.
Lambert Duy, 108 - ' " '
Hardware and Cutlery.
Michael V. Baker, ' 215 Market street.,
Kdward S. Handv & Co. J8 " "
Tmnni'iftrs and 7;Ianuiacturers of
Saddlery Hardware.
Horn & Kneass, 215i' Market street.
Boots, Shoes. Bonnets, Caps. Leg
horn and Palm Hats, 6jc.
W. E. & J. G. Whelm,, 158 Market street.
Levick,Jenkins.&Co. 150 "
M Conrad & Co. GO "
fIanufaclurers arid Dealers 4'rt Drugs,
! Medicines, Paints, Oils, &c.:
'rhomas P James,
Potts, Linn. & Harris,
Robinson, Collins & C(i
Edward Cole,
Thompson, Pancoast & Co
SRyirarketsVfe'et.
2ia-i-24S, k.
87 ,s ' u
51 l
40 - "
HatSi Caps, Furs and Trimmings.
L Kenton, - 17G. Market street
John Sauerbier it Brother, G-,' j'. ,!'
Books and Stationary.
Griff & Elliott. . 9. N. Fourth st.
Hogan & Thompson; 30 do do
Importers of British andT renchFan-
Gy arid Staple stationary.
L I Cohen & Co 27 S; Fourth sti
Henry Cohen; 3 do, do
Importers of Hosiery,. Gloyes, Trim
mings and-rancy broods.
Setlev & Seveninjr: SS'NrThird st:
Parker & LelitbSn, " - 3- -tio uo
Combs, Brushes Buooins, cjc.
Thomas Cooper, 3 Is Ifont st
Importer of Toys, Fancy-and' Staple
Goods.-. ,
A F Ott Monrose, iC South Fourth Street
Manufacturer of Patent Lard
Lamps. fci
Ellis S Archer, 32 N Second street.
Manufacturer of Patent Floor and
Furniture Oil Cloths.
Isaac Macauley, Jr. 6 N Fifth s'trecV''
I'm
Manufacturers and Importers of'-.Pa
per Hangings I
Howell & Brothers, 80 & 142 Chesniit' street
August 22, 1R44. r.m.
Time! Time 1 1 :Xim.e ! ! V:
Clock and Watch Makca
STROUDSBURG, PA. '
Has just returned from the
ciiV with a new assortment
of Goods in"hisuline, and of
fers them a Utile lower than
can be had elsewhere, for
cash.
Having adopted ihe cash svstcm, and by turn
ing goods and woik into cash, he can put them
very low.
Particular attention paid to repairing clocks
watches, music boxes, jewelry," &ci
CLOCKS.
Brass eight day Clocks for , .....$10 .00 .
Do one " do $0 " lo 7 00
Wood do do 3,0.0i6 4 00
Warranted good .time ;kepper!tJof l ,year,.-if
they should not perform well no charge will be
j WATCHES. '
. .
Patent Lever, Lepine, ImijjIisu anu rrench
Watches, lor sale very low according to quality.
SPECTACLES. v.r.
A good assoriment always on .-hand to suit
any age
Sliver, tjieel, and common Specks,
;al,d Goggles lor weak eye
-"Violins
from $1 50-. to, n$3 6Q
Flute,!
from.. 1 .00
to 2 50
Accordions, Violin and Violinc.eito strings, best
qualify.
Fine pen knives, razors, scissorsrafeor strops;
shaving brushes, soaps, thimbles eyer-point
pencils, hair and. tooth brushes, hair nil,. smel
ling bottles, pocket books, pfarlfb tit tons, spec
tacle casesi, fine gold linger rings'1 ana brendl
pins, common do., toilet boxe!ra"ud i")' To
i gi'ther with a good assortment df 1 tio li lift s ul I for
cash no credit given. ' 'ftr-sH:
Old gold and silver taken in exchange for any
of the abovo articles. . . :
August 22, 1S14,
7 PRICES CjlRREpr
-r Corrected fiperyWedncsdqy morning:
ARTICLES.
Stroutls-
Easton.
iiPhila--
burg..-
3 50
.00
G2
25
50
; ,50
.'OObt
2b
40'
25
Wheat Flour, per barreT
Rye. do. do. do.
4 50
3 25
87
70
21
48
?4 00
tioci''
'2-87
90
04i
25
47
4 00
3 00
50
; 33
1M7
12.
' io
3 00
4 50
4 25
10 00
8 00
Wheat, per bushel
Rye, do. do.
Sole Leather per pound
Corn per bushel
Buckwheat, per bushel
Clover Seed perbuihel.
Timothy Seed perb'ush.
t-2 50
uarjey v do.
40
30
T30
:t14
11
4 00
5 ro
4 00
12 00
10 00
30
Oats do. .
O I '.I A".
L lu.v uccu uu.
;i?2a
Huttenpr pound
E.'gs,pe.r tlozeri 7
12
'10
rlastenper ton
Hickory wood, ner coru
"2 "25
-2 00
,!5 00
12 50
Oak, do. do.
Mackerel, No. 1 -
1J6. do 2
Potatoes, per bushel
40 1
IS A, IV K IV'OT'E' LIST.
cqrrected .weekly for thii J'ttltrSoiiian Republibtin.
The notes of those banks on whii.i nudtations
are omitted and a daslif substituted, are not
purchased by the brokers
PcntStfylvataia. CvlVst Branch bank
Philadelphia bnti , par Pittsburg
Ban of North America, do WayiiehbUrR
Farmers' t Mechanics' do Hiowiiesvillb
Western bank do Erie bank
Southwark ban do Ilcrks county bank
Kensington ban do Tovvanfia do
Bauk of Nortltern Liberties do Belief Notes
Mechanics' Bank
do;
Cointtiercnu" Bank "
New York:
do
Bank ofPenn Township
do; CITY DAXKS
do'Amenca, b tnk of 'par
do American Exchange do
'22 Bank of Commerce do
lu Bank of the btatcof N Y do
par Butchers' and Drover' Uo
par Chemical do
ManufdrtureriA Mech'ns
Moyain'cnshig bank
United Stntos bank
Cirard do
Pennsylvania bank "
Bank of Geririatitown
Bank of Montgomery co.
Bank of Delaware county
Bank'of Chester county
Doylestown bank
Farmer?' bank df Bucks
Easton lank
Farmers' bank of Reading
Lebanon bank
llarrisburg bank
Middfctowu bank
do City
do Commercial
do Clinton
do Del. and Hudson canil co.
n:ir
Uo Dry "Dock 1
do.Fulton bank of New York par
1 Greenwich
do
Uo
1 Lafayette
J Leather Manufacturers'
j 'Manhattan company
Uo
do
do
l'o
do
do
do
'do
2
2
Fanners' bank Lancaster
IiMechanici Banking Asso.
Lancaster bunk
I Merchants' bank
Lancaster countv bank
Northampton bank
Columbia Bridge
Carlisle bank
Northumberland bank
Miners bank of Potlsrilfe
l'Merchant'
' SMechanics & Traders'
I. Merchants' Exchange
2'National bank
par New York, Bank of
2'NeA -York Banking 'co.
York bank
Chambersburjr bank
l'N. V. St'e. St'k Security b. par
l'N'otth Kiver do
lTh0:nix tio
3'Seventh Ward do
Gettysburg bank
w yoming dp
Honesdalc db
Bank of Lewistown
Tenth Ward
10
par
do
50
Tradesmen's .
Bank of Susquehanna ecv
Union B. of N Y
Washinston
Lum: bank at Yarrieii no sale
AND tJLOTH DRESSING-.
The subscribers are now ready for the re
ception of Wool and Cloth at their Mill, at
Btishkill, where work will he done with tieat
ness and despatch. No pains will be spared.
Their prices are as follow.: For Wod carding-,
4 cents per pound; piling 2 cents per lb..
CLOTH DRESSING-.
Men's Wear.
Cts.
3G
31
4J1
526
20
20
20
20
Indigo Blue, '
Invisible Greeii, '"
Bottle GreBii;
Olive,
Black,
Snuff Brown-,
All shades of Bnnvrt;
per Vard
,i. ft VUi
All shades of Snuff,
All other dark colors 4
Urabj , .?
Fulling shearing & Pressing '
Fulling and Pressing, '
Fulling aud Napping, '
Women's Wear.
10
7
8
t...
Indigo Blue.
Madder Red, '
Green, J
Black and Brown, .
Other dark colors .
Olive,
Scouring and Pressing
IC
18
20
15
124
Uh
14
ii
Scouring and napping for blankets, per yd. 8
COLORING YARN.
Indigo Blue, pr. lb. 25c
Madder Red, " 25c
Black, per lb.
Green, "
12c.
18c
D1MOCK cy STIFF.
Bushkill, May 30, 1844.
INDIAN QUEEN
HOTEL,
Sffotidsburgli, Fa.
Has fitted up a commodious and elegant Ho?
tel on Elizabeth street, nearly opposite the
more of G. II. Miller fc 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 tho country will be accommodated in
the most sattslactory manner at ins house.
THE TABLE
will he supplied with the boat productions af
forded by the market. '
HIS ROOMS AND BEDS :
are such, as will, he hopes, prove satisfactory
to all reasonable customers.
- THE BAR
is, and will continue to be, furnished with a
choice assortment, of Liquor. , ;
THE STABLING
is new and extensive and surpassed hy none in
tho couuiy for comfort apd convenience.
With these advantage 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.
Jj Permanent boarders will find a quiet
homo and be satisfactorily accommodated at
moderate prices.
Stioudsborg, Sept. 28, 1843, j., j
TAPPA'Tv1"- DENNETT; No. 1 l l asfi'liic.
iuu aueei,.t)nsmni,propose w puuiiMi. wiUMscn
ow
LIFE OP WASHIIVGTOWv
BY JARED SPARKS.
Each number to contain between 'forty and fifty pa
gesand be, embellished with the foUoingJin,r.
' Steel and Cupmiale, Enirravings, mz:
1 Portrait of W ashingum at 40, by I'eale. t-,
2 do (Mrs Washington at 26,. by NVulTastomif.
3 View of Mount 'Vernon. tJ'v T-
4 Battle ofllraddock's defeat. ' '
5 Head Quarters at Camt)rid: v v lilW'1
6 Plan, of Uoston aud environs. j
7 Head Quarters at Morristo'wri.
8 Head Quarters at NeWburji I' )t Ot'.I
d Plan of Farms al Mount Vernon. ik.t H-Jff
10 Battle of iJrandyvvtne. p.j,
11 Portrait of Wnshingtoiji by Siwar,tft:filJ(,tiBfl!t
12 Kncainpmctit at Valley Forge. - -r3
Battle, of Qermantowni
14 Fac Similie of Washington's hand-Nvritnur
The Portntits were c'opie'd Irom tltti orfcinal
paihtincs. The plans, sketches, and other engra-
Lvings, hare hern 'compiled from tht .be.st dgvi.
ings, as well r.ngush and prcnch as American.
Special aid xvns derived fronl a series' 'K'Ma"ftti
script drawings in the possession of Gen., Lai Kavt-,
ette, which are-executed with scientific accuracy
jand beauty. . ,tW M
j j The well known ability Df thn authtir. the abtin
l sdant means which he possessed viz: more tha i
'two hundred Folio Volumes of Original inrfliu-'
scripls, purchased by Congress, ten vear re
searches in the public ohices in London,' Parfai
VVashingtoiii and all the States which lorineduh4 .
confederacy during the Revolution, as well as tint j
access he has gained to Valuable private papers.i.
different parts uf the' countrv-bave brought ihi
his hands a mass of materials, original and impor
tant in their character, which we trust will' bo
found to have contributed essential aid In eiiablinV
U ' him to execute with more "accuracy and complete-
nPt:u rim in luivrwiuo o nl tlini tr Ithi'P riu.iflPli.
ao saieu in some octree lor me lime ami - laoor mev
. . . . . . i .... i . : -
have cost. Its publication lias not only invedvejd-.
extended and laborious research on the part, ,of .
the editor, but great pecuniary responsibilities oti
uiu uaii m iiiu iniuusiii.Trt.
I'lie price raflixbd to this work is less, "when th
exertion is-considered, than that of anv "other pub
lication in Europe or America. Ttfo investment
and expenditures connected With Uhs' undertaking
are much greater than-ustwlly-attemiedUnh pub
lications, and it will be apparent that the publish-
ers must rely oh ran extensive sale for'tUeiri remu
neration. - ---
The engravings alone are thought- by many in
be worth the cost of 4the whole wtirk. To noil
s' ubscribers tlie 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 opin
ion that the work is, in every respect, richly de-
serving of public patronage.
Among the many who have given the work-tha-'
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lowing gentlemen, vie: Hons. John Q Adam3..
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Quinev, John Pickering Francis Wayland, D. D..
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Pa., Levi Loncolh, S'Van Rensalaer of N Y.,
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well of Va., "Daniel Webster, Abbot Lawrence-,.
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2U work.
uon, jn, lourteeu.monthlv 'number; at-tliel
'price of twenW-five ci?rif&. e'rich. number, the
IE? Letters addressed to the Publishers, post
paid, with applications for agencies, orders, will
meet with prompt attention.
(L Postmasters and others who obtain, sub
scriptions, 'and become responsibIe,,forfivecopies
shall receive a sixth copy gratis, or for ten. sub;,
scribers, two copies, and the same rate for more-.
They will please let the publishers know how-many
copies are subscribed for, and how they shall
be forwarded ' ' i'1-
fjC5" Publishers of Newspapers who will insert
the above six weeks and forward to Tappan &
Dennett ohe numoer of their paper, shall receiv
a copy of the work for so doing. ..
WHO DOUBTS ,
Let th era 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. The subscribers have on hand, and-1
for sale at their yard in Milford
50,000 Yeet AVhite Pine Boards.SO to $11 00 '
50,000
40,000
20,000
20,000
3,000
20,000
120,000
Hemlock " Oopjio 7 00
Pine Siding, 6 00 to 12 51)
Sap Yellow Pino " 800 to ,90'
Heart " " "1 1 00 to 12 00 .
Panel boards,
Ceiling Lath, . .
Pine Shingles, 4 50 to S'OO '
,i
ALSO About . . ;
110,000 feet White and Yellow Pine .Boards
at Shoholy Fall's Mills, forjsa'le at
prices to stiTi the times. Call 'and
satisfy yourselves. "
C. W. DkWITT & .BROTHER.
Milford, Dec. 14, 1843., . t
EXECUTORS' WOTICEa
Notice is hereby given lhat all person Ixj-"'
debted to the estate of Benjamin F. Holberh.
late of Lac ka waxen township; Pike'county,'de
ceased, are hereby requested to make payment
immediately lo the subscribers, to whom letiesr
teslamentajy havo bee.n issued ; atid'albpersons
having demands against the said estate, are! re
quested to produce them immediately, duly .au
thenticated for settlement.
.B.N'JAM.IN H. ROSE. .) v.k
ALBERT J. HOLBERT, 5 5l0?"
Lacka waxen fsp., pjril 6 1844, , . 6t. .
t fk'A AAA Hard, Salcaon'an'S Soft llrtckv
XV,JJV for.salQ.WliY;.; ; ,
. DeWIT & THRAtJu
Milford, Dec, 141943,

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