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JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. .
On Sunday iho 17ih inst., by i)m Rtv Mr.
Barns, Mr. Ransom Williams, of Dutoisburg.
no Miss Maria Groat, of Visiting Valley.
On the same day, by John Edtnger, Esq. Mr.
Gfor; Hock, add Miss Sorat .Arm Gurr all
By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas of
Lands issued out nf the Court of Common Pleas
.df Pike county, ami to cue directed, will be ex
posed to public sale at the Court House in Mil
Wednesday the lllh day of Dec. next,
x 2 o'clock p. M.f the following described pro
perty, to wit :
Three certain tracts, pieces or parcels of land
situate lit Westfall township, Pike county, and
Siaie of Pennsylvania, one of them being a cer
tiain tract of iiuprored land, containing
59 Acres and SO Perches,
.strict measure, with a
HOUSE and BARN
tthereon erected, bounded bv jands of
Elijah Rose on the north east, by the nvei Del
aware on Jhe south east, and south west by
Elijah Rose, and by lands of Crisse Bull, Ro
jpnkrance C. Bull on the south west, and by
Yanawkeii improved land and lands of Elijah'
oe on the north cast. One other oetng a cer
tain piece of improved land containing
37 Acres and 54 Perches
jtiict measure. Bounded by lands of John D.
Carpenter, Benjamin Vauinwagen, Elijah Rose
and the River Delaware, and the other being
unimproved land, containing
266 Acres and 152 Perches
strict measure, bounded by lands of B. M. Rose
on the Miuth west, by lands late of Henry Brink
on west, Elijah Rose on the north, and by lands
of Vanauken on the north east, and by lauds ol
Elijah Rose and Rusenkrance C. Bull, contain
ing in the whole
nnd One Hundred Twenty-Six
perches strict, measure, together with the here
ditaments and appurtenances thereunto belong
ing. Seized and taken in execution as the proper
ty of Benj. C. Vanauken and Elizabeth Van
auken, Executors of Garret Vanauken, dee'd,
and will be sold by me for cash.
JAMES WATSON, Sheriff.
Milford, November 18, 1844.
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias upon
Mortgage, issued out of the Court of Common
Pleas of the county of Pike, to me directed,
will be exposed to public sale, at the Court
House in Milford, on
Wednesday the Wth day of December next,
at 2 o'clock p. M., the following described prop
erly, to wit :
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land,
situate, lying and being in the township of Del
aware, in the county of Pike and State of Penn
sylvania, surveyed on a warrant from the Land
Office of Pennsylvania, granted to Elizabeth
o t- i j .1 r ?
omiiii, numoerea on ine map ano commission
er's Books of said county of Pike (65) sixty-
417 Acres and 24 Perches,
with the usual allowance of six per cent, for
Knads, etc., together with the hereditaments
Seized and taken in execution as the proper
ty f Oscar H. Mott, Administrator of Henry
Coleman, dee'd. and will be sold by me.
Milford, November 18, 1844.
The subscriber would respectfully inform the
citizens of Stroudsburg, and the public general
ly, thai he has commenced the
at his residence in Jacksonville, one door above
Robert Boys,' storo, where he is fully prepared
and determined to execute all article-? in his
lino 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 oihcr 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.
N. B. Culling 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.
Rest JFenner & Co.
Umbrellas, Parasols, & Snn Shades,
No. 143 Market street, Philadelphia.
Invite the attention of Merchants, Manufactu-
lers, fec. &c, to their very Extensive,
Elegant, New Stock, prepared with
great care, and offered
At the Lowest possible Prices fortCash.
The principle on which this concern is es
tablished is to consult the mutual interest of
'heir customers and themselves, by niantifaciu
n"8 a good article, selling ii ai the Lowest
P"ve for Cash, and Tealizing their own remu
neration, in the amount of sales and quick returns.
Possessing inflxhaustible facilities for manu
facture, they are prepared to supplyorders 10
' extent; snduespecifully solicTiilbe pairon
ge of merchants, manufacturers and (dealers.
A Large assortment the New Style Curtain
N'ila.. Nor. 1844.Jy.
250.000 Rrirk iti.t hum I nr.rvTrrt (lit an.
h ihe subscriber, among which, hiay be, found
160.000 Hard Brick, , - f i -V.
75.000 Soft andSalmon do:i 'j?v J ?
10.000 Jam do. ))fov :
5.000 Square Bear.ih i
Milford. Nov. 0
For sale at -ithLs ofhc'fy
Is hereby given to all persons indebted to the
estaie of Peter Kesler, late of Hamilton town
ship, deceased, either by note, hook account or
otherwise, thai ihe subscriber will attend to the
settlement of the same at the residence Of the
late Peter Koster, from the 4th to th Dili of
November next;, and that unless said 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 other officer for
" FERDINAND JvESTER, Adm'r.
Hamilton t?p., Sept. 19, 1844.
To Conn try Merchants
In store. Foreign and American Broad Cloths
and Cassimeres, of the various descriptions adap
ted to the approaching season, among which are
twilled and figured Cloths and Cassimeres
for Sack and Over coals.
Also, new style and plain Satinetts and
Cloakixgs, together with an assortment of Pad
dings, Sllesias, Canvass, Serge., 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
L1PPINCOTT & PARRY,
Dealers in Cloths, Cassimeres, &c, No. 57,
North Second street, Philadelphia.
9th mo. 2d, 1844. 2m.
Estate of Margaret Tliomasj Decd.
Letters of Administration on the estaie of
Margaret Thomas, late of Smi'hfield township,
Monroe count', having been granted to the sub
scribers, ihey request all persons having cla'.ms
or demands against said estate to present the
same without delay, and all persons indebted
are requested to make immediate payment.
JOHN T. BELL, )
JAMES BELL, Jr. j
Experiment Mills. Sept. 5, 1814
LOOK AT THIS !
The undersigned, not being prepared to car
ry Wool from the houses of his ineiids, 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
v be done with neatness and despatch.
N. B. Wool and Cloth will be taken in at R.
S. Staples & Co.'s store, Stroudsburg, and re
turned to the same place.
JOHN P. QUICK,
Hamilton tsp., July 2, 1844.
Weaving, Spinning, Fulling 'and
The Subscriber, thankful for past favors, re
spectfully informs his friends and the public
generally that he still continues ai the. former
Mtand of Mr. John Keller, near Kelletsrill", and
that he has now commenced and is ready to
carry on the above businrss in all its various
branches. As ho has new Fulling Stocks,
Shearing Machines and additional Cards, and '
by doing good work and strict attention to bus
iness, he hopes to merit a continuance of the
Spinning will be done from 10 to 15 cents per
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
The Subscribers respectfully invite Country
Merchants who are about to purchase Fall and
Winter Supplies, to an examination of theff re
spective Stocks, believing that their several as
sortments are as complete as have ever been of-,
fered in the Philadelphia Market.
Willi 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.
Ashhurt & Remington, 50
Buck & Potter, 1 16
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.
William IT. Love, ' 1 47 Market street.
Lambert Duy, 108
Hardware and Cutlery.
Michael V. Baker, 215 Market street.
Edward S. Handy & Co. J3
Imnorters and Manufacturers of
Horn'.t Kneass, 2 15i Market street.
Boots, Shoes, Bonnets, Caps, Leg
horn and Palm Hats, c.
W. E. & J. G. Whelnn,, 158 Market street.
Levick, Jenkins & Co. 150
M Conrad & Co. CO
Manufacturers and Dealers in Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, &c.
Thomas P James, 212 Market street.
Potts, Linn & Harris, 213 1-2 "
Robinson, Collins & Co . 87
Edward Cole, : 51
Thompson, Pancoast & Co. 40
Hats, Caps, Furs and Trimmings.
L Kenton 170 Market street.
John Sauerbier & Brother, 02 " "
Books and Stationary.
Grigg & Elliott, 9 N.Fourth st.
Hogan & Thompson 30 do do
Importers of British and French Fan
cy and Staple Stationary.
h I Cohen & Co 27 S. Fourth st.
Henry Cohen, 3 do do
Importers of Hosiery, Gloves, Trim
minors and Fancv Goods.
23 N Thifd st,
3 do ' do
Combs, Brushes, Brooms, 6jc.
Thomas Cooper, 3 N Front st
Importer of Toys. Fancy and Staple
i A F Ott Monrose, 1G South Fourth Street
Manufacturer of Patent Lard
Ellis S Archer, 32 N Second street
Manufacturer of Patent Floor and
Furniture Oil Cloths.
Jsaac Macuuley, Jr. fi N Fifth street
Manufacturers and Importers of Pa
V Plt)ESncURRENT i
s -.Corrected every Vednesdayjnorning. n
Setley & Sevening,
Parker & Lehman,
Howell & Brdthers, 80 & 142 Chesnut street.
August 22, 184-1.-0
pound. No wool will he spun unless carded
I V lilt? SUUnUIIUCt. Vk llllll IIIIJL 1117 1 11 til it; tVlitlWli ' 1 I j t
t.lr J: :n t. .i ..I auu toggles lor weaK wye.
Ofiure curumtl. uiuiiih win iir uimiu m. hi . j
Time! Time!! Time!!!
Clock and Watch Malicr,
Has just returned from the
cjiv with a new assortment
of Goods in his line, and of
fers them a little lower than
can be had elsewhere, for
Having adopted the cash system, and by turn
ing (.mxxIh and work into cash, he can put them
Particular attention paid to repairing clocks,
watches, tnu&ic boxes,-jewelry, &c.
Brass eight day Clocks for $10. 00
Do one do $0 to 7 00
Wood do do 3,50 to 4 00
Warranted good timti keepers, for 1 year, if
they should not perform well no charge will be
made for repairing them.
Pateni Lever, Lrpine, English and French
Watches, for sale very low according to quality.
A good assortment always on hand to suit
; any age. cr.iver, steel, aim common fcpeeKs,
Wheat Flout, per barrel
Rye. do., do., do.
Wheat, per bushel
Rye,' do. do. ' .
Sole Leather per pound""
Corn per bushel
Buckwheat, perlbtishelr -
Clover Seed per bushelVl ,
Uarley ; do.
Flaxr'Seed ' ? dbV
Butter per pound
Ejgs, per dozen 4 '
Plaster per ton
Hickory wood, per cord"
Oak, do do'.
Mackerel, No 1
Do. do' 2
Potatoes, per bushel
4 75 '"450 o
,3.50 '3 25j
03 ' I 70 f
r 561 48
001 4 00
-2 2bt j2 50
25 30 '
2;25 5 00
. 2 00 4 00
!5 00 12 00s
TA'EpAN & DENNETT, Nf.' 114 Wasliink
BANK KOTE 3LI,g'T.
correctei weekly for the Jcflcrsonian Kepublicilh.
The notes of those banks on whit.i quotations
are omitted and a dash( )substitutKd, aire not
purchased by the brokers
PciSl5!ylvan3a. (West rJranch bank ' 1
Philadelnhia ban', par'PlUSbilrK ' 1
Can of North America, tlo Waynesburi" , j 1
Farmers' it Mechanics' do Biownc'svilfe ' 1
Western bank do Erie bank 1
Southwarkb in tlo HerJ;s county bank
Kensington ban do Towanda do
Hank of Northern Liberties do.Ilelief Notes 2
low price of cents per pound. Wool will
bo received ti. the fleece and manufactured in-,
ip Ciollj, Satinet, &c. at the follovyiug prices,
'Cloth at 62 1-2 cents per yard,
Satinets from 40 lo 45 ;" u " '
Women wear from 45 wr 50 ,r"' '
Blanketing af 37 1-2 " "
Liney in proportiop.
Wdol wl be picked, and grpased-at .1 1-2
cents per pound, if required. Wool and Cloth
will be rocoived at the eslab)ihnlent, and will
be takert jn and returned at ihe following pla
ces, viz:---Jiichard Sv Staples & Cos. Store,
Swoudeburgh. JUtjiN 1". lUlUli.
lUmiUon, MQnroe co., April 29, 1844.
Violins from $1 50 to $350
Fluies from I 00 to ,2 '.50 t
Accordions, Violin and Violincello strings, best
Fine pen knives, razors, scissors, razor strops,
shaving brushes, soups, thjnjble: ey.er-point
pencils, hair arid tooijt brushes, hair, oil, hinel
ling bottles, pocket books, pearl buitops, spec
tacle cases, fine gold linger rings and breast
pins, common do., tqjlet boxes, and toys. Tor
gether with a1 good assorfinent 6'fniiUuUs, all-for
cash fio credit jgiren, t
Old gold and silver taken In exchange fur spy
of the above articles.
August 22, 1841,
llank of Penn Township
United Slates bank
Hank of Gennantown
Bank of Montgomery co.
Bank of betawarc county do Commercial
Bank of Chester county
Farmers' hank of Bucks
Farmers' bank of Reading
Fanners' bank Lancaster
Lancaster county bank
Miners bank of Pottsvilla
Bank of Levi?town
Bank of Susquehanna co
Lum. bank at Warren no sale
ton street, Boston, proposo4o"pUblisIt, by subscrip-'
tion, in fourteen, monthly numbers, aytbe.low
price of twentyfifve cents each" nuni6erj"ile
IjIFE OP WASHIKJTOft f '
BY J A RED SPAHRS.
Each, number In r.nninin Uottnemt fnrtu nftil ttflllinti-m
. ..-ii.uif. VfaUbbli J J " I J J J .
ges, and.be cmfieliishcd wtth the following jinet,
Steel and Copperplate Engravings, nziy
1 Portrait of Washingtun at 40. by Peaie. '
2 .do' Mrs Washingtotr atc'8, biyV'olTaiton25
3 View of Mount Vernon . .
4 Uatlle ot liraddock s defeat. ' '
C Head Quarters at. Cambridge;
0 Plan of Boston and environs, .
7 Head Quarters at Morrisiown.
8 Head Quarters at Newburg!
9 Plan of Farms at Mount Vernon..
10 Baltic of Brandy winjf.
11 Portrait of Washington, by Stewart.
12 Encampment at Valley Forge. """.. '. ..
13 Battle of Germantown. . '
j li Fac 'Similie of Washington's rwnd-writing
i The Portraits were copied fro"riftfic irT6fnal.
paintinps. I he plans, sketches, and other engn-U
yings, have been compiled' from" the b&st 'cfraivv1
ings, as well English and French as American.
Special aid was derived from 'a series -of-iManuV
script drawings in the possession of GeitLaiFay
ette, which are executed with scientim: accuracy
and beauty. , L , '
The well known ability of the author, the 'abun
dant means which he possessed, viz ; morqjthat,
two hundred Folio volumes of Original .toanur
scripts, "purchased by Congress, ten yearire
searches in the public offices in LondonV'Parfsi
Washington, and all the States whicn formeriuhts
confederacy during the .Revolution, as well as tlin
access he has gajn.ed to valuable private, papers .ia.
different parts of the country have brought in
do j his hands a mass of materials, original and irnp.or.j.
do i ..... . . ' iit,f;r
0 j null in ineir cnnracicr, umcn vu irusi win. b
do -Mound to have contributed essential aid 'in ehablinf'
do him to execute with more accuracy and?complete
itvir ness his main purpose, and thus to have couipen"-
do Del. nnd Hudson canal co. do I sated in some decree lor the time and tabor they
.1 - Ti! 1 1. . .1 . '3 .
do Fulton bank of New York par I have"f Jf- l publication has p,t only mvolyeii.
do I CAieuuuu aiiu iuuunuus re.searcn on uie pari ,ot
i the -editor, but great pecuniary responsibilities on
The price", affixed to this vrorksis less, whenu'na!
exertion is considered, than that'bf any otnerSub-
do i lication in Europe or America. The investment
4 j and expenditures connected with thisundertakinnr
are mucn greaier man usuauy aiientieu sucn puu
lications, and it will be apparent that the publish
ers must rely on, an extensive sale for their remu
The engravings alone are thought by many to
be worth the cost of th'e-J whole work. To non
subscribers 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 lo 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. "- -J
Among the many who have given the work tils'
aid of their subscription and influence, are the fol
lowing gentlemen, viz: Ilqns. John Q. Adauw.
Martin Van Buren, Jacob Burnett of Ohio, Josiah
Quincy, John Pickering, Francis Wayland,D"BV
jt New "Scor;:::.
do! CITY BANKS
do'Amenca, bmk of
do American Exchange -
Bank of Commerce
10 Bank of the State of N Y
par Butchers' and Drovers'
1 Leather .Manufacturers
1 Manhattan comjmny
1 -Mechanics' Banking Asso.
1 Merchants' bank
Mechanics & Traders'
1 Merchants' Exchange
par New York, Bank of
2iNevy-otk Banking Co. 2
1 !N. Y. St'c. St'k Security b. par
liNorth River do
3'Seventh Y.'ard do
Union B. of K Y
AND CLOTH DRESSING.
The subscribers are now ready for the reg
cepiion of Wool and Cloth at their Mill, ai
Bushkill, where work wjll be done 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 BIur, !
All shades of Brown,'
All shades of SnulT,
All other dark colors,
Fulling, shearing & Pressing ," .. . .
Fulling and Pressing, . "
Fulling and Napping, , - - "
Women's Wean -U-tJ
Indigo Blue, t " '
Black and Browti, '
Other dark colors,
Scouring and Pressing,
Scouring and napping for blankets, per yd. 8
Black, per lb. 2hc,
Green, " 18c
Indigo Blue, pr. lb. 25c
Madder Red, " 25c
D1MOCK $ STIFF.
Bushkill, May 30, 1814.
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.
Ho has every convenience for entertaining
strangers and travellers. Persons from theci-.
lies, and others who wish to take a pleasant
jaunv in. (he country will ,be accommodated in
Uie most saiisiaciory maimer aiaua.uuuao.
will be supplied with the best productions af
forded1 fiy the markets '
HIS ROOMS AND.-BED.Si
are such, as will, he hopes, prove satisfactory
19 all reasonable customers. :o
ni-- , THE BAR .
is, and will continue to be, furnisriei wiiH a
choice assortment of Liquors. j ;'i
THP STRING , '
is pew titid extensive and surpajssep! hy none In,
the; county for comfort and convenience'. . ...
... With tjioso allyaptagqs backed, hy; spm" K-j
. - 1 .1 I ! rl
penence. iji Jlie business ano. a,. ue.i.erwjaa."U
1.0, keep i.aigopti public. house, i)e c 0 11 ftterU)t Ex
pects a fair portion, of public pauo.n.age,M u,
Permanent boarders will find aquietj
hotne anu no sntistactoriiy accommouaieu. t
Stroudsburg, Sppt.;28; i843,
Rev Moses Stewart, Robert G Shaw, esq., Henry
Lee, esq., Riaht Rev Bidhop Brownell.' Isaac1 tJ'
Raies, Horace Everett of Vt , S Longfellow of
Maine, J Sewell Jones ofN C, John Sergeant of
Pa., Levi Loncoln, S Van Rensalaer. of Y.,
Wm L Marcy, W Pope of Kentucky, L W Taze
well of Va., Daniel Webster, Abbot Lawreuce,
Joseph Story, Edward Everett, Charles Jackson,
Lemuel Shaw, Samuel T Armstrong, WB" Cal
houn, John C. Warren, M James Jackson, M
D., Gov John Davis, Chapman Johnson. of YaJit
(7 Active and trustworthy men cati find 'em-v
ployment in procuring subscribers for the above
work. 1 .
E? Letters addressed to the Publishers post
paid, with applications for agencies, orders, will
meet with prompt attention.
fjjr Postmasters and others who obtain sub
srrintinns. nnd henome resDonsible for five cODias.
scribers, two copies, and the same rate for moret
They wilt please let the publishers know how ma-"
ny copies are subscribed for, and how they shalU
be forwarded ' T
Publishers of Newspapers who will" ins'ertr
the above six weeks and forward to Tappan.
Dennett one numbr of their paper, shall receivo
a copy of the work for so doing. ' i
WHO DOUBTS :;
Let tbem call and satisfy theraselres.
That they can gel higher pnees fpralliklrid
of produce, and buy Lumber cheaper,, aU Mil
ford, than in any other market in this secfioojnO
country. The subscribers have on hand. antL
for sale at their yard in. Milford,
50,000 feet White Pine Boards SHs0
50,000 Hemlock 4" G50'7 00
Pine'Siding, 6 00-to 1.2J50.
Sap Yellow Pine " 8 00 to" 9 0$
Heart l " "11 OOlo 12,06:
Ceiling Lath, ' s
Pine Shingles, 4 5010 vOO
' ALSO About .. PSZ
110,000 feet White and Yeljow PineoardS
at , Shoholy Fall's Mills, Tof'
prices to suit the times! 'fsCajtfand
saifsfy yourselves. " 'J 1.
C. W. DBWirr- & BROTHER:
Milford,Dec. 14,tS43. ' d
Notice is hqreby given thai all personam:
debted 10 the estate of Benjamin F, fle&trj!
lafe of LacTcawaxen'lowriship, Pike countyf de
ceasedare hereby req'oested to make "rwVfH est
immediately to illef sivjscrirj'ers, to whom leitesr
lestpientfry hae Konnssuad; and ali ! pe?oiw
having demands Ugvun&i ti said Hfiate;. are re
quested to produce them. iwediatly,idiilyiau-
thqniicatqd for sttlemn.. . u mT
. ALBERT J, HOLBRT.tt t S'S??'
1 AAnn Hard, Salmon aBi
AitfU.UUU fot sale low, Bv
MtlfarU, Vec, H,
uiu, oaimon a ho 0011 inci