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' IVcw and Cheap Hardware, Cutlery and Tool Stdi-e. . k
SOUTH EEST CORNER OF THE PUllLlC SQUARE, EASTON. -
TO COUNTRY DEALERS AND, OTHERS IN WANT OP HARDWARE:
WILLIAM EL WELL
' llavtng purchased t,he stock of F. W. Noble, intends keeping ai ihe gbbve stand, a full as
sortment of Hardware Cutlery aiid Tools of all kinds. He has just received and will continue
to keep for sale at low prices, and on liberal terms, a large,' fuH, and coYnpleie assortment of
American and English helf and heavy Hardware. Purchasers are respectfully invited to ex
amine his stock) consisting in part of the followihg articles:
S.. For ITIcrcIiauts.
Jlraces and Bits, iron Braces
Carpenter's planes and plows
S'fiingling ana lath' fiatc.hets
(Hue and Glue keitles
Iron and steel squares, Bevels
Guages, Plane irons, Awls
Screw drivers, Auger Bits
Firmer and mortice chisels
Files and rasps, pincers
Bplck and Plastering Trowels
, Masons' and Chalk Lines
Carriage springs, Iron axes
Sand and Oil stones
, Shoe thread, coopers tools, &c.
A complete lot of American door
locks, with different knobs
Thumb and 5rop latches
English knob and closet locks
Iron & brass shutter lastenings
Sash springs, sash cord
Frame and screw Pullies -
Wood screws, and Clout Nails
Brads, Tacks, Finisning Nails
Cut and wrought Nails
Strap and Table Hinges
"Blind Hinges, Iron Castors
For the Public Generally.
Table and Tea knifen and forks.
Pen and pocket knives, scissors and shears,
Wade and Butchers and Roger's razors,
Chapman's Magic Razor Strjp,
Iron, German Mlver. and pla'ed Tea spoons,
German Mlver and Plated butler knives,
Japand gothic Wallers and Bread trays,
Snuffers and trays, Coffee mills,
Shovels nnd tongs, Coal hods and sifters,
Brass and plated stair rod,
Lamp- and Candlesticks of all kinds,
Japand spittoons, Tea canntMers,
Powder flatus and shot belts,
Curriers knives, Butcher's saws,
The -attention of Farmers is particularly called
Easton. April 20, 18-18. 6m.
and House and Sijrn Painter,
Monroe Street, (near the Methodist 'Church,)
Respectfully informs ihe citizens of Strouds
burg and vicinity, thai he has removed to the
houe formerly occupied by Abner Gorden, on
Monroe street, near the Methodist Church,
where he will" be in readiness to fulfil such or
ders in his line of business, as he ma be hon
ored with. Being thoroughly acquainted with
his business, and having had considerable ex
perience, he is -prepared 10 warrant all work
done by him.
March 30, 1S48.-ly.
Fashionafrie Boot and Shoe
pg THADDEUS SCHOCH,- at
B3Jiis old stand in Hamilton street,
IK3! Easton, Pa., opposite T.& P. Mix-
sell's store, continues to manufac
ture to oder, every description of
Boots and Shoes,
for men and boys ; also the most
fashionable Gaiters, Buskins, half
Gaiters, Slippers, crc, for Ladies
and Misses, which will be warranted to fit, be
made of the best materials, and sold at small
profits for cash. Also on hand a large assort
which wllrte sold cheap, and can be recom
mended. The public are respectfully invited to' call,
leave their measures, or examine his ready
made stock before purchasing elsewhere, as he
is confident they will be suited wahMhe style,
quality and price of his articles.
ALSO-Susi received a large supply of
for Ladies and Misses of a new style, very su
perior, together with a stock of Men's Gum
?hoes; also Children's Gum shoes. Gall and
Easton, Get. 7, 1847.
EYES RIGHT !
Why is it' that-all eyes are cast toward the
Brick yard occupied by Stone & Wolf ?
Because they have
90000 of the Largest and best Brick
just burnt and for sale, that can be had in this
county, or in Easion. A, portion of said brick
are composed of material that will stand fire,
stiid warranted good for betiding bake ovens
and other fire places. Come and examine for
yourselves, the brick will speak louder than
These brick are considerably largenban any
others-made in this county.
N. B: All kinds of country produce taken in
exchange except cabbage, and cash not refused.5
STONE & WOLF.
Stroudsburg. Monropeounty, July 27, 1848.
Just burnt and for sale by the subsbriber.
tFHese brick are of a large size and of a supe
rior quality and will be sold as low, and lower
according to the quality than any other brick I n
the County. A portion of them are pressed or
front, jaipb and'eornice brick of different kinds.
.Said brick are composed ol material lhai will
Mand the fiVo with impunity, thus- answering
fr the purpose of'building bake ovcrnv; ,&c,
allof which will be sold onihe rnosi,reasonabie
N, B.r All kinds of grain taken in exchange
ifor tofick at the highest market prices, and
cash not refused. Wm. S. WINTEMUTE.
StroiuUburg, July 6th. 1 848.
Butter, Eggs, &c. taken in exchange (or any
foeds iq my line of etMtne.
JOHN II. MELIKC.
Stroudsburg, Feb. 12, 1 8i 6.
Shovels and Spades
Hay and Manure Fork's i
Spade and Fork handles
Crow bars, pick arte? .
Grub and bog hoe's, bush hooks
Buck, ft cut, mill & hand saws
Salters' spring balance, & steel
Bellows, sieves, oxtips
Halters, trace and log chains
Grain, grass, and bush scythes
Horse brushes, cards' and combs
Sleigh, house, and hand bells
Chopping axes, &c &c
Door scrapers and door knockers,
Coach wrenches and bed keys, ' ,
Mouse and rat traps,
Pails and wah boards, ,
Long and sdiort handle Frying pans,
Brass kettles, Enammelled saucepans,
Patent metal lea kettles, and boilers,
Grid Irons, Baling spoons and ladles,
Flesh forks, skimmers, flat irons, f
Choppers and Mincing knives, '
CheM, till, trunk, and Pad locks.
Axe helves, chisel handles, mallets, etc.
Malleable Iron, Hub Bands, Carriage springs,
Wagon boxes, Iron axles, &c.
to his stock of farming implements.
The Spring Session of ihe Stroudsburg Acad
emy will -open on Monday ihe 17th inst., when
Reading, Writing and Arithmetic will be
taught for $2 per quarter of 12 weeks. Gram
mar and Geography", with the use of the globes
and maps, $2,50 Algebra, Astronomy, Bot
ONV, Mensuration, Book-keeping, Philoso
phy, &c. S3. Beginners in Latin and Greek
All pupils charged from the time tliey enter un
til the end of the quarter, except in cases of sick
ness. Ths principal, hopes by properly and sea
son ably imparting instruction to ihe young, pa
tient endurance in mural training, and unwea
ried' diligence in ihe various branches of his
profession, to' merit and obtain that patronage,
and support which the arduous duties of an in
Stroudsburg, April 6, 1848. Principal.
Tenneiit's tVasliiiigton Gallery of
No. 234 North Second street, N. W. corner
of Callowhill streci, Philadelphia.
The Likenesses taken and'beautifully colored
at this well known establishment, for One
Dollar, are universally conceded to he equal in
everv respect to any. in the city." Pictures ta-
ken equally well rr cloudy and clear weather.
Aarge assortment of' Medallions and Lockets
on hand, at from $2'lo $5, including the pic
The Subscribers respecifully invite? the citi
zens of Monroe county, to' call and examine
specimens of' the latest improvements in the
art of Daguerreotypiog, which will be exhibit
ed cheerlully and without charge.
T. & J. C. TENNENT.
Philadelphia,-July 6, 1 848.--6m
AT THE NEW AND CHEAP
Francis S. Patili,
In Stroztdsburg, at S. Freis old stand,
Where wijl he found the largest assortment of
the best and cheapest H ATS and CAPS, ever
offered in this place, and which he will sell on
the most reasonable terms for Cash. The
-stock is well selected,-and just the kind suited
tathe present sod approaching season. The
supply of Hats on hand embraces the following:
Also Men's and
white and black
wool Hats ; glazed and Montery Hate.
and wool sporting and" Ashland hats'. A gen
eral assortment of Caps, such as otter, fur seal,
hair eeaj, musk-rat, &c. Men's and Boys' fan
cy and plain velvet, red plush, and glaced Caps.
The subscriber hopes by strict attention' lo
business to'meTit a liberal support, and' assure '
those, in waut of Hats and Gaps, that every ef-
c lit i i i. . i- i !
fort will be' made lo pleae, keeping a' supply j
of the best and most fashionable article on
hand. Persons in want of articles in his lute,
will find it to their advantage to'call on him, as"
he will sell at the very lowest prices.
Call and'see before purchasing eUewhere ;
he will charge nothing for showing his goods.
Remember, Frey's old stand.
FRANCIS S. PA DLL
-N. B Furs bought at the highest cash pri
.ces. Stroudsburg, March 9, 1848. 6m.
; 7 WATCHES,
,. h gJ assortment of Watches, frr Hale", at
reduced price, b JOHN II . MELICK.
j SinuJ3burg, Jar.. 1, 1816.
1 INVALUABLE -r .
bi3C Lectures on Causes, rreveuiioti and
Cure of Consumption, Asthma, Disea.se of the
Hedrt, and all Female. Diseases, 234 pages, 28
erigravings. Paper 50 ct. ; bound 75, cts.
Mail to any part postage 9 1-2 cts.
Shoulder Braces and Chest Expander, $2
Mail to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling
rubes; Stiver, $3, by mail, letter postage.
Abdominal Supporters, perfect, $8 to $10. for
all Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels and Womb
and Weak Baek.and Chest sent by Express
everywhere. For Bracks or Supporters, or
Rupture Supporters, give height" from head to
foot, and circumference bT person liext the sur
face, just above the hips: If Rupiilrb, mention
which side Agents wanted for the pale of the
above goods. Address Dr. S. S. FITCH, 707
Broadway, New York, post paid.
March 1G, 1848.--ly.
GREAT WATIONAIi 1VORK.
A History of tlie Revolution and Li vetf
of tiie Elcroes of ttie War of
"BY CHARLES d. PETERSON.
An elegant volume with 18 fine Steel Plates, and nearly 200
beauutui woou jsngiavuigs.
"This is a splendid book. A valuable ad
dinon to the Historic Literature of our country.
We are much mistaken if it does not take rank
with ihe works of Irvine and Prescott." Fank-
ford Hear aid.
It surpasses any similar work yet offered to
the American public. Nears Gazette.
"It may be properly considered a popularised
Military History of the Revolution, extremely
well and judicious written. N. American.
The present work on th"e Revolution and ifs
Heroes, is superior, both in extent and design
to any that has heretofore co'me tinder our no
. A well connected History of thai eventful
"Decidly the best popular Histoty of the
War of the Revolution and its Heroes, that has
yet been given to the country." Saturday
' AGENTS WANTED to canvass for the
above elegant Work, in every county and town
in the United States, to whom ihe most, libwal
inducements will be offered. Price only $3.
Address (post-paid) WM. A. LEAKY.
t No. 158 North Second St.
May 25, 1848. 3m. s Philadelphia
New York & Erie Ratl-Roarf
From ITlay 1, 1S1 until further
FOR P A S S E N G BR S--Le a v e New-York
from the foot of Duane Street, at 7 o'clock A;
m. and 4 o'clock, p. m. for Piermont, tjlauvelt
ville, Clarksiown, Spring Valley, Mousey, Ram-
apo, Monroe Works, Turners, Monroe, Oxford,
Chester, Goshen, New Hampton, Middletown,
Howells, Oiisville, and Port Jems.
For New York and intermediate places, leave
n j"v n 'n mmn'o . r j.o. r.:
rua x j Hi iv v i o a i o a . ai., uiiu ai o v. m., uus
ville at 6 35, a. m., and 3 35 p. m., Jliiddleiown
at 7 a. m., and 4 p. m., Goshen at 7 20 'a. m.,
and 4 20 p. m., Chester at 7 1-2 a. m., and 4
1-2 P. M.
Uj3 All baggage at the risk of the owner,
unless put in charge of ihe Baggage Masters.
Fifty lbs of personal baggage allowed to each
passenger. No Freight taken by the Passenger
FOR FREIGHT-,-Leave New York at 5
o'clock p. m., per Barges Samuel Marsh, Henry
Suydam jr. and Dunkirk. Leave Port J'ervis at
!) a. si , Oiisville atlO a. m., Middleidwn at
11 a. m., Goshen at 12-Ml and Chester' at 12
MILK will ,be taken morning and evening
by trains running expressly for that purpose.
H. C. SEYMOUR, Sup't. 1
Piermont, May 4, 1848. if.
Eastoir and Ittillbrd Mail Line;
Passengers in this line will leave Joseph
Hagenbuch's Inn, sign of the " Black Horse,"
Easion, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
passing through' the following places, viz:
Richmond, Centreville, Williamsburg', Dills'
Feiry, Delaware Watdr , Gap, Duiotsburg,
Stroudsburg, Bushkill, and' Dingman's Ferry,
and arrive in Mllford the same day : Distance
(50 miles. Returning; leave Samuel Dtmmick's
Hotel,, Milford, every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and arrive in Easion the same day.
Fare from Easton to Stroudsburg, Sf 25
- Milford, 2 87
N. All baggage at the risk of the owners.
. WILLIAM DEAN.
Stroudsburg, June 3',-T647. Proprietor.
Good neWs'for the' Aired.
Spectacle Glasses fitted lo'all ages atidsights
in Gold", Silver, German Silver and Sieel
Frames, with convex, concave, periseopic, blue
grey and green GJasses, to which he would in
vite particular atteption. No charge for showing
them: For sale cheap, at the Variety Store of
JOHN H. MELICK.
Stroudsburg; January 1, 1846.
it. & is. si. i:lirki,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, '
MiLfORD, pike County, pa.
Will" attend promptly lo all business entrusted'
to ih'eir'care. Office opposite the Presbyterian'
Church', on Broad strefet. 1
f February 1'8-16:- Ty.
Vive la Repub!ique!u
VIVE LES PILLULES VEGETALES LYDI-
ENNES DE WRIGHT !
Long live the Republic ! Long live Wright's In
dian Vegetable Pills. Another crisis in the affairs
of humanity has passed ; another fever turned ;
the' hostile elements have met the battle is faught
arid ivori !
FRANCE IS FREE!
A Ib'ng struggle it has been first bursting into
le wild excesses of sudden political emancipation
then relapsing urrder a victorious leader ; then
sriaping the chains' imposed by the allied powers
and again yielding to time-serving conseivatism.
Hut France had lasted the sweets of Liberty.
Could she forget it '! N6 ! Her perfidious king
was, in the Splendor of his power, driven igno
miniously frorn his thron'e and France-gforious,
librrty-loving Ftafice, has agrtin taken Ker4 pla'ce
in the van of nations.
VIVE LES PILULES VEGETaLES IN DIE.NT.VEs' DC
Napoleon said that ''ihe stomach 'gfrverns the
Worrd." Nation.3 are distinguished by the quality
of their cookery, and are indebted greatly for" energy
of character to the perfection 6T digestion. While
the ancient Rfrmans lived in simplicity ,fhey were
invincible ; bilt when luxury crept ifi. physical and
mental enervation followed, until they were no
longer able to resist the more' hardy northerners.
By improving" digestion, and removing morbific
humors, Wright's Indian" Vegetable Pills become
a great moral and poliiicl engfrvo. They clear the
head, and by the buoyancy of spirit which they
impart, improve the heart. They thus exercise a
powerful influence in' favor of civil liberty. The
energy of a People depends' measurably upon
the health of a people, and th'e maintenance of
their rights depends upon their energy. Therefore
give health, a'nd you gi've energy arfd sustain pop
Let all, then', chetish health, hot merejy for the
enjoyment which it brings, but for the giga'ntic in
terests which5 depend upon' it. Let Wrrght's In
dian Vegetable Pills he used in the spring, to
prevent disease'in the' fall. Had Louis Philippe
been a' man of common sagacity, he would have
ceded" to the people those little' reforms for which
they asked, and would thus have staved 6ff a rev
olution. But he" not only dented them, bnt added
insult to injury, by curtailing the few privileges
which the people had. Mattel and"riii'nd are gov
erned by the same general1 laws.- .Abuses may
accumulated the'human body1, whit-h a'revolution
alone can remove ; whereasV by mbvmg tn time
the evil day is postponed ihtfefiVrftfelyv.
'Vive iiA republ'ique !
VITE LES VEGETATES PILULES INDIEiNVN'ES DE
WRIGHT1 ! !
Geofge H Miller, Stroudsburg
John Lander, Craig's Meadows
Bell & Brothers", Experiment Mills
Henry Kintz, Bartonsvilie
A S Edinger, lannersville
George Keller", Kellersville
Charles Saylor, Sajlorsburg
Brodhead & Brother, Dutotsoiirg
John Marsh & Brother, Fehhersville,
Lewis fiox, Chesnuthill
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND IMITATIONS.
Remember, that the" original and only genuine
Iiidian Vegetable Pills have the tvfrtten signature
of WILLIAM WIUG'HT on the top label of each
Offices devoted exclusively to the dale of WtighCs
Indian Vegetable Pills, wholesale ana retail, 169
Race street, Philadelphia ; 288 G'feenwich" street,
New York; and 198 Tremont street,-Bostbh.
June 8, 1848. feb 24, ly
VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS.
The only' known medicine that at the same time pur
ges, purifies, and strengthens the system.
TU. LE BOY'S Pills are ,a new medicine
XJ which has just appeared, ahU is fast taking
the places of all others of the same class. These
pills are composed of many ingredients, but the
two principal ones are Sarsaparilla and Wild Cher
ry, so united that they aot together1; the one, through
ts admixture with other substances, purifying and
purging, while the othor is strengthening the sys
tem. 1 Thus those pills are at the same time tonic
ana opening; ar desideratum long and eagerly
sought for by medicinal men, biit never before dis
covered. In other words they do the work of the
two medicines, and do it much better than' any
two we know ot ; for they rembve nothing from the
ystem but the impurities; 30 that while thev puree
they strengthen ; and hence they cause no debili
tation,' and are followed by no re-action. Dr. Le
Koy's nils have a wonderful' irfiuence on the
blbod ; they riot only purify without weakening it,
but they rerriove all noxious particles from the
chyle- before it is converted into fluid, and thus
makes impure blood an utter impossibility. As
there is no debilitation, so there is no nausea
or sickness attending the opperations of this most
excellent of medicines, which never strains or
tortures the digestive functions, but causes them
to work in a perfectly natural manner; and hence
persons taking them do not become nale and
emaciated, byt the contrary ; for while it is tho
property of the barsapanlla, united as it is with
other ingredients, to remove all that is foreign and
mpure, it is equally the property of the Wild Cher-
to retain all that is natural and sound ; and hence
a robost state of health is the certain result of their
Agents in Stroudsburg, Dr. Samuel Stokes and
Neatly executed at this Office.
m M pills I
Look at ibis o Humbug but Reality.
A copy of the report ol ihe Judge of Mu
Mcal Instruments at the late exhibition of the
Franklin Institute, Philadelphia: .
The Committee have awarded C. Meyer with
a premium for the bet seven octave Piano.
The ground of this decision was the general
excellence of the piano, and especially its pow
er, brilliancy, and delicacy of touch. The
judges did not give premiums for the heat fin
ished instruments, conceiving the het palpable
tests of a piano to be its musical capabilities,
and not its originality, its mechanical igenuity,
or that elegance of finish, which effects neither,
the action nor the tone, and is only designed to
please the eye and not to satisfy the ear.
Another copy of the report of the judges of
musical instruments at the last exhibition at
Boston:--The committee have selected No. 591
a seven octave piano made by C. Meyer, wor
thy of special commendation.
No. 591, is a very fine instrument, partial,
larly commendable for its elastic and ready
touch, in repealed trials by different hands
The keys never failed of certain repetitions in
the shake. The tone throughout was even of
great beauty and power from the lowest note to
highest, and the damping was perfect in all
The North American of Philadelphia, Janu
ary 4, 1848, coniains the following notice:
A Compliment to a Philadelphia Piano Manu
facturer. Out Bo.itoii neighbors know how a-
we'll as we do Mi appreciate a go.od ihm. TIib
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanical Associa
tion, at their last Annual Fair, that of the au
tumn of 1847 awarded to Conrad M eve it, ihe
celebrated Piano Manufacturer of this city, a
diploma and siUer medal, for the bet cevtiii
octave piano a compliment no other piano
manufacturer of our ri'V has received.
The subscriber keeps always on hand a sup
ply of C Meyer's Pianos, which he wilf dis
pose of, either for cash or in exchange for sec
ond hand instrument", at manufacturer prices.
A. ZUILCH, Agent for CM.
Easton, March 2, 1848.--6m
Its Works Praise it.
Bums, Scalds, and all kinds of Inflamed Sores
Tousey's Universal Ointment, is the mo"st com
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mend it. Every family should be provided with
it. None can tell how soon some family wilL
Observe each box of the genuine Ointment has
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Boatmen, Livery Men, Farmers, and all vho.
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Prepared by Tou seys Druggist, TOo Nass
st. N Y. Foe sale in Stroudsburg, by
T. SCHOCH, 'Agent t