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Manufacturing a Hero.
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A loW ,! Rft1f culture irreconeica-1 " u presume mat uon. jrierce onus no
, , T Al c , , exception to the rule that American sol-
Die to eacu oiucr: xu aicrd are brave and chivalrous. He
have seen that a man m the midst of la-? W0lUa uo jiave foueh't gallantly and
bor, may and ought to give him self tol demeaned himself bravely had that unfor-
mnof Imnnrfnnf. imnrni-nmontc tl.if.l timatC affair of flitting (11)10112 the rocks
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'j:-flC.9 of letters from Judge Story, Chan
celur Rent, and President Adams.
Camihudce, April 2-1, iSll. R dewigued in the Mercantile business, has
I have read the orospectus with great pleas-fitnis a ay ueen dissolved by mutual con-
lure; and eniirelv approve the plan If it cana sent. All pessous indebted to said firm
only obtain the public patronage long enough J are requested to make immediate nav-
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Mssoiuuoii o! Partnership. 1 NEW FIRM
Notice is hereby given that the partner-! i TMM (Q&TO ft&3KT5E .
ship l1Cretofore existing between the un-SNo. 71 Northampton Street, Opposite tlte
Y MIR subscribers having entered into a
I X partnership for the purpose of continu
iincr thf! Drntr arm Pmnt Hnviripes rt v
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p -. r-a . f - . - mi . . i i in . i- i 1 1
he mav cultivate his sense of iustice his!not occuncu Ilt onweras, or iuu.cwanu !arge enougu, anu securely coouyu, lU( t d t having claims or demands3u,e oia sla,,u ol tlie lalR Mr- J,,lin
he may curat atems sense or justice, msj afc Ghcrubuseo nevcr taken place.f attain its true ends, it will contribute in an m j Jacob Stonf lDickson wou,d offer lheir stock
benevolence, and the desire of perfection J J. :f :s tlin nttnmnt in make a out ofgeminent degree to give a healthy tone, not " P . ,? i!CDi.?t , "of Drugs, Medicines, Paints. Oils,
. J . . . ""'gLilass, Asc. &c. to old customers of
rw.ocoou in o mm mm rn oiiiiiL.. ;ii::iin m i,.s ri:m;i inmr nnnii iiu. i i
, .i c- 1 mi r i vi v in vuufiv iwuuujj ... u CD 1 dkk,Ib aiunu aim
ana we nave a strong presumption mat, & iiauon. is bimpiy iiuiuuiuus. xuu iorKranmiinst5 ipn, iihrniv of the best nrnduc-lon the Hrst of . hi v nevf.. wi m ii1.nnor11apn.-ni
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in other respects, it does not necessarily I-ZttiwWM:ar,t tells T wnole st01T 01 "isltions of the age. It will do more: it will re-in the hands of a Justice of the Peace'
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Next we have seen that V . , , -, .... E . r .' . . . . . ,- i.. bioi IUiilluou.
hased unon credible ant inrit.v wenroacn oi oeinir cievoieu io imm ami suubi-h t nrr omnTTnTiuTi
fit. frnUfi,! ciine nf tn.Hi nn 1 l- n .. J K::1J; .,, I-. i t.,9 UHWiJ OlUUlTJill.
aom are not dooks, precious as tney arc, - per says : fr;' V J :.'":" Ilr ' , N Tannersvillo. Mnv 1 1 l Hf,2
, , . .. t , .. -i .4- Kit-U ? T: taiaisu ami c-.u u .ly.un sucn-uca ui 1110 ..uuy , j --, .
nut experience ana ouservation; anu tnesc & nuuLiu aurvices oi ucn. jl iuicu,j3 rii:iracter JOSEPH STORY
hnlnno- to all conditions. U Is nnother 1 so mucn vaunted now, they consisted ina N- vn,. ,B1, 9 1 he subscriber, thankful for nastfavors.S
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imnoratnt consideration that almost allile .5 a DlvISIn ot -500 men withoutM approve very much 0f the plan of the respectfully announces to the public that Apothecaries, Perfumers, Confectioners,
i ' x mmnsirinn T 'fiin ' nr-n i vnw tn i-'iini-kin rtnic t a ' I :r :. l. f....i ii
lauor aemauus iniieciuaui acuutj, auu . Geu gcoU had h d tJ baUle of
is best carried on by those who invigorate! Cerro Gordo, taken Jalapa, La Hoy a and)
their minds: so that the two iuterests,and l erote, and following immediately in the!
ilctn nnr.1! ntlmv K footsteps of G en. Gadwalladcr, who had
t. j c. n I'll 11 b uuiuuiuu iiiiu uib uuistu biiu i:uv;iiiiiio 111
It is mind, after all, which does the " , A P
,1. l,n If ... ... M In all the I'eriodcal Journals devoted to
r . - imunication AVith bcotts head quartorSgliteRlllirend scfeiice which abound in Eu-
is 01 mma, ine more worK will uc accom-a and the way Had thus been opened iorjropL. and jn this country, this has appeared!
Isl Pierces command, lie was not in the $? to me the most useful. It contains indeedfl
Physicians and dealers in
Please call and try us.
VV. J. DICKSON,
A N. SAMPLE.
Trading under the firm of Dickson $ Sample.
Sole Agents fur Wetherill's Pure Ground
Eastun, July 1?, 1851. ly
C. V. Warnick, '
T ESPECTFULLY announres to the cit--
JLli zens of Stroudsburg and the surround,
ing country, that lie still continues the above"
business, and may be found at his establish-'!
ment on Elizabeth street. AH orders for Pa
per Hanging will be punctually attended to,
and executed in the beat style, upon the most
N. B. WINDOW SASH, painted and
glazed, of all sizes, constantly on hand and
for sale at the abote establishment.
Stroudsburg, April 15. 1852. ly
he will continue the business at the old;
PATENT MEDICINE FACTORS
the intelligence, spirit and taste that the stand, and respectfully solicits a contiuu-f And Dealers in loilet and Fancy Articles.
prospectus inuieaies, oi which i nave 'a ;ince 0f the public patronage.
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instructive and popular periodicals of the! Kfi (0)00 kHlrsGLES and a larsc
day. JAMES KENT, a wjwv stock of various kinds of3
Washington, ill Dec. lblo. wxiuumer on nana and tor sale low.
JACOB S TO UFFJER .
May 27, 1852.-6t.
Three Cents Reward,
Ranaway from the subscri
The lBacticaS Adviser,
COMPENDIUM OF OVER ONE HUNDRED
For the use of Druggists, Apothecaries, Per-J
glurners, Uonlectioners, Patent Medicine Eac-
Klors and Dealers in Toilet and Fancy Arli-
Kcles. Edited by IIouace Everett, Gradu
ate and Member of the College of Pharmacy
gin the buy ol New York. Also The cele
brated Recipe of Professor. Willard, for ma
king good soap at one cent
rdishod. A man. in nrnnnrtlnn lio Pierce s command, lie was not in thcS!to me the most useful. It
1 ' at .ui o r . . i i i. i W.i . . t . .. i - r .i. .1:.
intelligent, makes a given force MCom4Plue..?on
plish a greater
place of muscle
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gives a Deuer prouuec. iuaKe men mtci-i in tue pursuit oi ine iugiuves on norse-g J.Q.ADAMS
l: .-A I. n 1, : j.; . it lifinl.- 1-rnf. nlirmdrminnr lws linrA wlinn hrVz
rr "-rrrUy;: .... . .. land dark complexion. Had on when shcisale agent for the Unned States and Canada,
nna a snorter process, ineir Knowledge . Ch b his hurfc 8 u , nco tog7 . 's "orK 18 f ,au.cle . n 1 f sf1T l l left a light calico dress and sun-bonnct , H. W. LANDOD,
of nature helns them to turn if, law8 tn rrV1 are herebv nnntimmrl t J 109 Nassau street, N. Y.
i nave ueen aggravated ana nejaimca anawas favorably received by the public lory ' " " . , " f " t9 Price 50 cents. Post Oflice Stamps en-
bor on the 14th inst, an indcn-5KV?F z30 at ,no cent Per Pound al
turpd rirl mmnd Alro W, ) wab" ueutr ana qu,CKer wilnout labor
tuied girl named A Ice L uhMthsin al other Soap ever manufactured.-
ln tue i4tti year ol Her age;This alone is worth fifty times the price ofi
uuuutiucuuiauuebinneigntjBine oook to any lamily. Exclusive whole-
2. i- . 1 Til. T i r?i . i i . . . i r . J . . iChovhn nt fnicf hni' nn lmr o i- T3
accuuui, to uuuersiauu me suustance on-, jell to llic ground, taKmg no iurther partStwcnty years,) but as it is twice as large, and""l"Ui "J 1 f, ' A8closed to that amount will pay for one copy,
which they work, and so seize on useful in that battle. This we have in a letterlappeais so often, we not only give spirit ands am determined to pay no debts of her con-wnich wH1 be senl free to anv t f lhe u
n r i,;mCkif ;ires nness 10 u ov many ininss wiwru were? trauuuu. i uu uuuvu ru waru, uud 110 cuar-ahtniHs. tftntinrmrs. dnk TnmCnnnor
kjl jl ivi v. vv iiiiii.'n inii'ijuLu iu vji i i ii n "j.t . . . - ... . r-i s . . . n " w
'V " -I 1... ,nll.'. n nil Mill tMhl tl I HlCl nn II I,- ,1 1... L . C I W
,rork entitled " Gen. Scottt"l',u"cu u a ,,,u"Ui ,uu,7,'ur ' " Pai" " "U1 "B":"rJ 10 Iue aiaAgems.osc. enclosing a casn remittance tviiiEcountry. Illustrated with numerous ensra
u y.tuicw.. t K.wi-tue residence ot William Cj. Wmteniute, inSreceive me wors at a large discount otl. Kvinos. Reiail nnrP S59 n
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.V NEW AND DEEPLV INTERESTING VOLUME
Elliot & Cos. W
hints, which experience continually furn
isnes. xi is among women some ot uic "'""7 , ' -rexteildin, our scope aiJ
most usetul maenmes nave been contn-i k-La"- uuuuaii Vaui-'and more attractive variety, are able so to
ved. Soread education, and as the his-t lrrosts Mexican War and its Warriors) Vcincreabe lhe soUti and substantial part of our
torv of the counrty shows there will be teas icon just as Gen. Pierce reached literary, historical, and pohtcal harvest, as
110 bounds to useful invention. & ine grouna ana uaa intersposea oetweengiuuy 10 sausiy me
the borough of Stroudsburr.
W ris lit vs Fulicr.
lhe Danville Intelligencer, a Locofoco
K CorlniirVc T?rirrnrlr ;inrl t.liA rntronliricr rnJ? reader
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fc. cmy" He had, therefore, time neither tog ,lh elaborate and stately Essays ol iheg
fisrht or faint then. At Chanultenec. "theSf, " , 'umii v!.: " . . d'-V.!. , I
A Aita 1 T'rtrl An (JnnC. . ....
wants of the American! otroucisburg, may 100.
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paper published in the contested distinct ? T V ""-"f keen political Commentaries, highly wrought
thinks if Col. Wright had only a small" " GadWallador in the absence or the senior jTales, and vivid descriptions of rural andg
mountain scenery; and the contributions to
I a 0 n Miii
!ook & Magazine Asrenew
J. W.G1LLAM would respectfully inform
the citizens of Stroudsburg and vicinity, that
he has opened a general Book, Magazine,
land Newspaper Agency, in Northampton st..
BOOK AGENTS WANTED.
NEW BOOKS OF PERMANENT VALUE.
FOR THE YEAR 1852. t
ScmV Mew & Popular Pictorial f
Containing more than Four Thousand En- I
gravings, designed and executed by the
most eminent Artist of England and Amen-
The extraordinary popularity of these1'
volumes in every section of the Union, ren-'-
Jders an Agency desirabla in each one of our 1
principle towns and villages. '
A new, revised, and elegant edition of'.
lour I'ictokial Description of the Uni--
teo States, lor rhe year 1852, carefully cor-
Irecteu by the late Census, with lull descrip
tions and correct illustrations of the Gold-
The title of this new and elecant octave
ot U0 pages, (cloth, gilt,) is as lallova:
A PICTI.UIAL description ok the
U eiI ted Stales :
Embracing the History, Geographical Po
sition, Agricultural and Mineral Resources, i
Population, Commerce, & Sketches of Cities;?
towns Public Buildings, &c, of each State"
and Territory of the Union, interspersed with
Revolutionary and other interesting incidents,
connected with the earlv settlement of the
The Remarkable adventures of
Embracing the Romantic Incidents and
feStatesmen, Generals, Princes, Warriors,
el,, f nArci 1 , ! ' xriauier ( riercc ) 01 uiu baine division i
"I- ;iri r::f ef1,e" n? mal an invalid since the events of Amrust 19."?Literaiure, History, and Common Life, byH JOHN II. ME LICK.
Z7nm is all we can find of Gen Pierce mP- -gacious Spooler the sparkling Stroudsburg, May 27, 1852.-6m.
-."WW V. UiUU LUU UUUCU il f ' ' 1 "T
liiu vuuipaigu iigaiii&L iici.ico
;t n.nnr.ea o7 ally took no effective part in any of
and not, fn f nuln?mninr,, battleS ot the V!llle the 0uly oneS fo2
meu uiu ;ti
TTn onf jammer, the Judicious Alhenenum, the buyH
lae.iciu-rf. , j , n. .
blp. and rnmnrchniiRivfi Britannia, the snbrr
i 1 ; ' 1
llcand respectable Christian Observer: these
my. let those who are intermixed with the Military and iSaval
Scott manufacture a hero reminiscences of the United Service, and with
out of Franklin Pierce I &lhe best articles of the Dublin university,
8j New Monthly, Fraser's, Tail s, Ainsivorllis
B-A man, convicted of murdering aUood s, & Sporting Magazines and o( Cham-
i 1 : i t r .. i
gress, in mis uisinci. lie ianea at DOtn f nticf 0un : c. t.,;. lc &er5 aamiraoje journal. c uo noi consm
elections, and charged his defeat to fraud to ihn riP:tlltiql.v fn ' 7-nrf rinp er it beneath our dignity to borrow wit and
at each unsuccessful effort. Tfo W it0 th Pemtentiar for -S wisdom from PuncA ; and, when we think it
and a legal cert ficatc of an election nrnnhd 5 , . ' i
u:- I tx ,, decried t.Ten.
w ijis uumpeuior. xc auus iurnier : j
Col. Wright has tried for the nomina-5
tion three times, and run twice for Coii-"
gress, in this district. lie failed at both
i r,i t ....
Anv oi ine iouowintr works win or sim.KT.-.ni.. a a . r
TTnfl our! ;C vn,r fJ.,l;., U.. ....... . ., . i r; iiuilicii, nutcmuics, ujfdgcrs, IKC, UII11-
jx av-lu, wg uuu uv nun, uy iue iicui ui tutirie numoer: rnfint in t ii MiKinrv ..f Rurxna nn, AmUr;.o
accommodate an who may ia-a uranam s Magazine, oanain s iMacazine.KlnriiiHina Lt,.i.o r rr Vic,v rahr,a.i
vor him with their custom. feGodey's Lady's Book, Harper's Magazine, Heroic Characters. Beautifullv Illustrated
international Magazine, ladies Wreath.gwitn Numerous Engravings One vol. 400
London Lancet, Blackwood s Magazine, all&Lnops. Roval o. m ninth 0;it Prino fti ae
W.l, r D..;..,., I ll .... .... ter-o" ' "-J-' 16""
uiiic vuuiiciijr noicHSj auu ail uiucia puo-
"5T's'C-3 a.'sr Wtfiiiin RilSIieu
ri'isim eniiif van w c a vf k -c, jb
The subscriber hav-Sof reading, can have them oromotlv fnrwar-
Qing purchased the entireded without extra charge, by leaving their
slock of Clocks, 17aZct-orders at the office of lhe "Monroe Democrat."
is es Jcwetr! $c of Jonl Jan. 22, 1852-
Sner, he trusts, that will give the most entire!
door of Congress:
for half a vear to frive him a seat rolv-".
ing upon a Democratic majoricy to turn j . Tliere will be a celebration at Fenners
Mr. Fuller out because he is a Whi. andivuie onuie ou 01 'JU13? oma tne weatn
and nut him in because he hotv nrHt-iuls!er Prt unfavorable
to bo a Democrat. Sabbath School of Fenner
He has finally got a portion of the com-fmeucc at 9 o'clock, A, M., The invitation i
mittee to report in favor of declaring thel5"5 cn11 to the Stroudsburg schools, S
Scood enough, make use of the thunder of 2'e3atisiaction, not only to nimseii dui. to tnose
oi.nii ;n,r,cn n.,.,Mot i, im Birusiini! me aoove menuoneu arucies wun
4nnrlntinii frnm fhp nnnlinpnl nl K.nrnr.P nn,l Wm 10 Ue repaireU. lie lias TCneweQ 111:
Tim .lo.mchin l.nc l.rnnnhl R.-rnno A cin SYoik, Which, together With hlS former StOClv,
on the 5th. bv theSnnH a fri ii.. r, nomi.ii,,ri,,wi or.,1 ,:iiKmakes his assortment at this time one ol the
ennprsvlllp tn onn.&nriiv m.-itinW n,.r rnnnprtmnc n Ator.Bmosl splendid ever before ottered in btrouds
. w' " Po' ' J '"-'-id, ...u:u . K u .t, i
f hnnle 'Prnvo ore Pn I cinno it-llln nl 1 HOU'fi, UU1UII" llltll iM.iy uu luuuu ail llic la-
nans of the world so that much morn thnnWlGSl lasmons in uie hiniuiure .uiu cu.uchim.-
LSi frl' . . ... . MrrtAnt kTlmcc Toivnlrv ri'' KrP.TQf Pine h.nrl
r i . n I 1--. ,1 1 : . . CVlil IL UUtt ULUUIilCiJ J fe i T 1 11 IL. 1 II 1.' C 11 1 I llir: 1 - CI " . . . . , i
ennt. vfinfint tnii AAmm;unn iiuu uii iuuv iuui uiMiuseu lo Tinrrifi- . . ' o.
taining that Mr. Fuller is fairly elected,! Pate
Jip in fn rmnH nf tliP
pchances of foreign countries.
And this nots
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all that Uol. W. lias said to the contrary , X"B P1" U(i iormeu at u o -rfoniv because of their nearer connection with
notwithstanding. We have seen both re-5cl0Clc uuder the "irectlon of the Marshal ourselves,
ports, and no cause is shown for sending s 01 tne aa35 aPl- e0- teller, assisted S hastening,
me eiecuon oac& to tne peouie. liieUem-aL'v u ' iiuiicuiu.n-- , Q-i - v"-'S,nM;(,i.mont nf!h i.-m,i
W VU V V I ktliJOt 1I14IVU UIU1W11 M ...
sr 1 . l i i i . l ,1 cta nrhtiiol nynhnt r u nnnt rwwnnnta f Aron 'jiuoiioj
Congress will do them-lJim proceeu to tne grove, wnere tne es- ' "V tV; "..1 V . u ' . 1 f B
ocratic members of
selves discredit if they set aside the verdict
ot the people. They will make great mis
chief in this Congressional District, with
out doing Col. Wright any good. Let
the two verdicts alone :
Frauds oib Government.
A system of fraud upon the eovernm ent
m false applications for land warrants, j
Heading of the Declaration of Indepen
dence, by Mr. Charles Dietrich.
"ily Country tis of ttce."
Oration by Col. Charlton Burnett.
" God Bless our Native Land."
pay lor tue Mexican war, ivc,
mounting to about $100,000 has lately
oeen discovered in iew JLorK, cmeny by
I Address to the childrenby Rev.Thomas,n,ormed " t,ie raPld f PI0&'CS of ?"oye-busjtiess
lllitchic. cn-to btatesmen, Divines, Lawyers, and Anything in
I MUSIC I Physicians to men of businhss and men ofon hand vvi1
A A i i1. .7 1 Ti n
Judge Stuart. The following persons have fir. 17: -.r V3, ' ul' u . 3".a. "racuve ana useiui o ineir Wives andSon Elizabeth street, two doors west of J.
been arrested: Thomas Dawson, land VJ , ilu V " arJ,u nuL "u l-a""en. y c uouuve u. we can tnus aogMelick's old stand
- 7 nna m
his line that he may not have
i .i i r . . i- .
i, "'son nanu, win ue promptly procurea irom tne
leisure it is still a stronger object to makecjly, by calling on the subscriber at his shop,
H. Melick, intends car
rying on the Watch Ma
ncss in all its vaiious
lorms, and in a man-!
Rings, Finder Rings, Cold Lockets, Snaps,!
Bracelets, .Slides, Silver Spoons, Butterf
Knives, and Brittania Ware, together with af
h.,t hprniien th r,niin,. om ,n hHarse assonmeni oi ua ana owocr n cn
rA ,,c,r , ics uioctis er turnery, eve, logeiner wun:
a ' - 'iMnll (Ua' n.illnr. ttmt -" "V lrk Inlltlf Ifl On If OCT 1
Colonization, (which is extending over iheiRein" an imnortant as well as a skillful part
n.iuicnunu.yauu . uju, auu ua.cis, iiiteo hS business, he hatters nimseii tie canva
be lavonte matter lor our selections; and, inBmV(. no o.nnnl satisfaction to his customers
general, we shall systematically and veryand the public as can be done by any one,
luny acquaint our readers wun me great de-raas he intends to keep none but the best work-
pariment oi roreign anairs,wimoui eniireiymen in nis employ ; and feeling confident
neglecting our own. glhal all shall have entire satisfaction done
s hue we aspire to maue tne Juivin? Aircu,unm i.:,ib i.. j( i,;., ,ki nm nn.i
SJeaiiaoie w an woo wisn io Keep ineniseivesgattention to that important branch of his
1 00 kegs 25 lbs. each, Wetherill's white lead,
50 do 50 do do do do
20 do 100 po do do do
100 boxes 8 by 10 Glass )
75 do 10 by 12 do superior quality.
50 do 10 by 14 do )
10 bbls. of Alum
JO bbb. Copperas
10 bbls. Rosin
4000 lbs. Potash
GOO Gallons Linseed Oil
40 bbls. spirits Turpentine
2000 lbs. Potters Red Lead
Dye Woods, Madder, Logwood, Fustic,!
Redwood, Cochineal and Indigo.
ALSO superior Furniture, Coach, Black
and Japan Varnishes, by the barrel or gallon
for sale by DICKSON $ SAMPLE.
Easton, July 17, 1851. ly
PAPER HANGINGS DEPOT,
No. 44, Courtlandt st New York,
OrrOSITE THE MERCHANT S HOTEL.
some good in our day and generation ; and
nd " ;i ,l.n f i' i i r.
1 1 r -in Tir . , tt 2 iuun.u aicit OiUUllUUl ruuiiirKS. iXC.
uroiver, oi in luurrv street: Horace t . , n... . i r . -et... ... 1. ,u .i.
-D-i i j i i -, , , B Jion. i.Drauam jjevenns will be nre-ft,,,JFc iU ,l,attU "IU muiajusjuie m cv-
l n? Ml Anf- buS1eSSfatsenttL aMelodeon whfch will afford ery well-informed family. We say uulispen,
corner ot all and William street; il-j , ,irti: i,r,i , i , P sable, because in this day of cheap hterature
ham Merrihue, of Brooklyn; Hamil ton R. 7 JIU is U Possible lo gainst the influx
Boone, doing business in Broadway: Hamilton0hurcli. of what is bad taste and vicious in morals,
ham H. Gri?wold, lawyer, of 118 ik sau ?i rdr f the CmmiUee Arrange-gin any other way than by furnishing a sufli-.f....-j
nj 'i.uV' . t. , incuts. focient suppiy ol a healthy character The
No. G6 Wall. j
N B. J. IT. Melick will open his new
house, the "Union Hold" on the 2 1th of May,
when '.he will be preparad to accommodate
all who may favor him with their custom.
Stroudsburg, May 0, 1852.
Jacob Williams, Win. S. Dietrich, Sam-lental and moral appetite must be gratified.
Strondsbiir&r vit Private Sale.
i ij t .1 ri-cr t i w fi titinn 11:11. nv 'imnnnwnicr ,nifa""
Judge Stuartsome time since suspected:- trepy y-m ' Forav Jereniian Frantz ifrom l,iecfiaff 'y providing abundantly fori WENDELL J. BREIMER hereby oflors
that certain persons were in the habit of avi tL it i i rrr i t- JSthe immagination, and by a large collectionlat private sale, a house 33 feet front AL H
forging certificates, and wrote to Bichardf ri f? Z t I , t't UIof Phy. Voyages, Travels, History J(adapted for two families) upon a lot fejf
WHeSth, the Commissioner at Wasbine-5f? w '!,aller' we may produce a170 leet deep It is on the corner of--H-g
i.:x..i.j : . fciC A " erJiliiser. fework which shall be popular, while at theCeoroe and Sarah street, in Stroudsburtr. U
wu, huu jubuiumu au luvesuffation, a nd m
discovered several instances of fraud.
In one case
Tannersville Brass Band will be in atffasme time it will aspire to raise the stand-Any person wishing to purchase the above
. 1 1 r ..1.1. LMr.rnvl,, .1.. I...
18,000 acres had been ob-fe n :i t..:-: m The Livinc Ase is published orerv Sa-H S P. TCTTl iTTT!rrrP
n. d JdF St ? thc M!nsst?oef Wm.S.Dietrick, J.Strery, Jacob Klinkcr.l" hL"1 1 CTf.r 1 """ilStroudsburg, Jan. 8, l852.-3m.
The Crolon I?Iuiifacturiii&r Co.
(Organized under the General Manufac
turing Law of the Slate of N. York)
Offers at wholesale, in quantities to suit pur
chasers, at Manufacturers' lowest prices, for
cash or approved credit,
Paper Hangings of every variety of style
Borders to match.
Fire board prints in great variety.
Transparent window shades,
Oil painted window shades,
Wide window curtain papers, and
Window shade fixtures,
Of the latest style and superior finish, all of
their own manufacture and importation. Asi
their stock is large and entirely new, they
invite Merchants, Booksellers, & Dealers in;
these articles, to call & examine their styles
and prices whenever they visit the city.
... . . . 1 1
Country Merchants can examine this stocK
from 6 o'clock in the morning 'till 10 o'clock
in the evening.
SAYE YOUR MONEY.
CHARLES P. FFJEE5V2AN & CO.
(LATE FREEMAN, HODGES & CO.)
IiTEPOKVJBKS AMD JOBBERS,
14-1 Broadway, one door south of Liberty st.,!
Have now on hand, and will be receiving!
ofCapt. Taft, of the Police. TirS,,pd " "uJ-gand Bromfield sts., Boston ; Price 12 1-2
investigation in New York, and, in con-I irAatRBFlT"" cer,ls a "noer, 0r six dollars a year in ad- Tr) "O A 7 T7" T .77 R Q Rdaily through the season, New Goods, direct
junction with the IL S. Commission'! n tua 9Ai ,.u w 1? ' n tt-:i: lvance: ..Kamittances for any period will beg ..r . A . . Bfroai the European manufacturers, and cash
i-.. : . , . ; ; v uvxu., J-, "'KJilthanklullv received and promptlv attended lo.3 1 "e suoscnoers are going to peel irom
1 l ij I i I ill INViiilll IT" r Hn-k-r tirln il, l n T I - T l T I " rf t - w 1 r r- m tPn.. . - V
"t j itauauw. ui viiiiuu tue,iur. .jeremiad uiner and iuiss iuanaw RA.tk.,,r b...w ir.buu to u u cords o
uc,lUH - - i: . ... r -
above persons were arrested. Others are;. Shafcr, both of Stroud township
yet at large. Mr. Heath is in New York ? ru ...v-...,.,, ... -.
with a large quantity of forged papers
To all subscribers within 1500 miles, who9tho Blue Mountain, near the Delaware Wa-
Tl . r- , . ri ,- O.K. iri H
Bark along the foot omerv Goods. Our stock of Jci i?iWos,ffl
'Black is the sign of mourning,' says
Rabelais, 'because it is the color of dark-
d6es, which is melancholy, and the op
posite of white, which is the color of ligiht
01 joy and of hanniness' The earlv noets.
Verted that souls, after death, went in-p
to a dark and gloomy empire. Probably f
"ism consonance with this idea that
JlP.tr flm iiincf nnn.
gemal color for mourning. The Chinese i
and the Siamese choose white, conceiving!
that thft floor! lon.v, 1 j
T rn i wottiuc uuueucent genu. r
in lurkey , mourning is composed of blue!
OILS, TALLOW GREASE,
GH3G FIEMERAL PAIWT
300 barrels Machinery Oil
' per gallon.
. 1 2500 gallons do do do
s in casks of various sizes.
f 200 barrels Boild Paint O
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igremit i advance, directly to the oflice ofpub-nlcr and wlU 8lve 11 0,11 in contracts ofmnJ bpnuiful i
ui oix uonars, " w" w,uj' 11 u in iwyciuui; Many of oui
Kin ou peeiea ai
fKdelivercd at the
$for which a fair
everv varieiv oi me taiesi anaia
i r. l ..
nnv nt nnr fooas arc urauuiuuiuiuu u.
.T.. i ..sh " " . , . . xv"
it: liiuuuu, uiH.,.oit, hi nr- nrr or Irnm our own flfisionasj pi i i i
ST.- 1 - . !.!! t. ' . .1 .. rlri P ivnror nt Ihn r 'I'r..,,. , C... .,1 In' . J . w " "w " wiu.un, auuioumn uuilllli
ab long as sum. ue equ vaiuui 10 mo cusi 0155;' " .1..... j . . uuwuu B,Baild patterns, and stand unnvaiieu. we oi-,he Das. ,veek- a lut nfnan.,s nm, n.r
ifiAn;,iii - .1 xml 1 - 1 r- - v -
lara in Uold
Plication al Boston, the sum
Kwe will continue thc work beyond the vear.S10 1)0 peeled and stacked on the
ALSO, NEW EDITIONS OF SEARS'
New and Complete History of the .Bible.
New Pictorial Ilujtory ol China and India.
Thrilling Incidents' ol the Wars of the Uni
ted States, New Pictorial Description of the
;the United btates, treasury of Knowledge.
and Cyclopaedia of Science and Art. Scenes
arid Sketces of Continetal Europe, Pictorial
JJescription ol Great Britian and Ireland,
Pictorial Family Annual 212 Engravings,
The History of Palestine, View of New York
This Engraving is on a sheet 47 by 15
inches, and ought to sell rapidly. Informa
tion for the People, New Pictorial Family
Instructor, Pictorial History of the American
; Revolution, Pictorial bunday Book. Bible
Biography, The Wonders of the World
Second Series, Dick's Complete Works
Eleven volumes in two new edition, 8vo.
jThe Christain Liturgy Elegantly bound ia
embossed morocco, gilt edges, and the picto
rial Family Bible. Each volume is illustra
ted with from one to two hundred Engravings.
UUUJNTKY MUKCJiANTS and
Post-Masters can procure subscribers to.
and sell 'Sears' Pictorial Works,' make a.
handsome profit, and sustain no loss.
ILr Any person wishing to embark in the
enterprise, will risk little by sending to the-
jjuuiibiier czio, lorwnicnne win receive sam
ple copies ol the various works fat whole
sale prices,) catefully boxed, insured, and
directed, affording a very liberal per centage
jto tne .Agent lor his trouble. V ith these he
i will soon be able to ascertain the most sale
able, and order accordingly.
lLio young men ol enterprise and tact.
this business oilers an opportunity for profit
jable employment seldom to bo met with.
Ihere is not a town in the Union where a
right honest and well disposed peison can
fail of selling from 50 to 200 volumes, ac
cording to the population.
ItP ersons wishing to engage in thc sale
of our Works, will receive promptly by maiL
ja circular containing lull desonptions, with
;the terms on which they will be furnished,
by addrhssing the publisher, post-poid". "
181 William-street, New-York.
TO PUBLISHERS OF NEWSPAPERS THROUGHOUT
THE UNITED STATES.
ICP Newspapers copying this advertise
ment, as above, including this notice) and
giving it two insertions, shali receive a copy
of any one of our 2.50 or $3,00 works, (sub-
?ject to their order.) Publishers will please
direct their papers to 'Sears Family Visi
Was stolen from the subscriber about tne
17th of -4pril 1852, Notes against the follow
ing named persons, to wit :
One Note given by Ab'm Leveling for $35
do do do Henry Heller ' 75.
do do do Houck & Yetter " 10.
do do do Jos. Heckman " 13.
do do do Thos. Frantz " 45.
Two Notes given by .Adam Shafer, one for
$80 92 and the other for $10-
postage : thus virtually carrying out the:
price in Cash will be paid.gfer our 00fo fnr uc(t Cash, at lower prices
It r 1 V? linen it'ichinn tr.l. r -.II A r . s . ... 1
Price 75 cts.g;"ian 01 se,5(lino every man s copy to nuns ' ' ""'B , "au uwi tun suum ua "gthan any credit House in America can anoru.
jrostaije i'ree : niacins our distant suoscri-"'" uu lut 11,01 "C puciuus. a am nnrrhnsHrs will ind it creaily to tneir
V . -" w r.a v -w . -w -w v tn - - I - - - w j
J. It. ir. lLULL,. gininrpst to rpserve a nortion ol their money
5000 gallons do do
jybers on the same footing as those nearer tod
Sus; and making the whole country ourneigh-aPr,' 8 185
in casks of various sizes.
t 1 r 1 r... .1
' v. -' itkiA 1 ri t oil nil 1 ill 1 i v t t , 1 i ! 11 11 in
law, or the interpretation thereof, as will3
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or,n I.---,,!.. 'rv.., n:t ir: t i p.is-enaDie us 10 uiauo iMisuiiei 10 uusunuuia aits
iwu uujjuio luuiicia vii. UI IOU5 KIllOS Ct. v
Qualities, from 35 tofillcLs nRr irnllnr, gany uisiance
, . 1
From 25 lo 50 Hollars,
1500 gallons in casks of various sizes" Va-K 'c e T , o . 1 VL"7
nous k nds and qua ities, from 35 to 50 e , T u a 9 JC7No others need apply. .oi
.-..H..U0w...w.j r . - "j," "A'LU WITH Tin; NUnSCKIHERB IN TIIJJ
50 tons Tallow Grease, for heavy bearinge,! 8 WK AGZKCY BUSINESS
3 VV nose llllilli?ntinns nm vnrv Nnlnnhln.
cts. per gallon
t rrrtv!t tiinhinnrtr in ho frnlf ti a
U1JU VVU ICO 1 J1U.VIJ lii Vl J j I il UUI 1 tio ui
casks, of any consistency required
Price 6 cents per pound.
?and make selections Irom our great variety
h. mm iijvii . W . . .H i ,, , I ,
Klboons ricti lor oonneis, cups, sasutss anu
Uonnet silks, satins, crapes, lisses, and
Embroideries, collars, chemisetls, capes,
Habits, sleeves, cuffs, edgings, and inser
THE Anovn SUM CAN KASHA' HE ji.vnr.
nny industrious Man, of rcs-pcctablc address who
possesses good butsiness qualities, and who can
command a small capital (to begin with,) of
The above reward will be paid for the re-
'covery of the Notes and Money.
IPoco, Jlripl 22, 1852.
(SI)c lb Barlci) 0I)enf,
On IS.'md Again !
M. WATSON is happv to inform
ul iM Ann !i77i nmv ir hull spfinrntwlv at hs?.-3
tf l -"-"U "7 I A 'Tt
r lirti, rwt .iw n A r I n v o n 1 n linlfin nnmliorc f.- A-iSli
ti.lt' I .1
ifliil inenas anu cuscomers tnati
"he is prepared to receive as many
of them as may favor him with their cus-
Embroidcred reviere, lace, and hemstitch torn, at the now Hotel erected on the site
WHICH THE TEOrLE WILL BUY
h it - n i m
OrVlft Pt.. T?4l ' T fit X-riCU U CUIUS (Br JOUIIU. B A ,a in. fnr IO I O nonlci
-- .w-j iu -utiuuDia. ot (rrnv onH .if.'-jr . , . r- . ... i .M -"" "u"lucl "'"J "u " -"'"'H fKTT?...t t. c . ;p?.ior cuua.
the time of the invasion of p7' 10U l"iV "! 2' S m arreiS "Ind it may be worth while for subscribers or -- I Embroidered laces for .hawls,
Spaniards theinhnliUoc flr; 5 u,e iywuat UM,llcl ppurchasers to complete any broken volumes . " , - .w ,
oreTof m Machinery Oil, warranted not to chill in!hey may ,laV0t a, d llluS greatiy enhance J""' i;mllda eS f ' r , sa'e rretu,n.ed' .1 Honitod, Mechlen, Aralencienes,
ure it, oi mouse color. Amnnn lm Tn.y.i,n ..niiUot .nnntimr nn,i n, U thnw-.K.. . a iNo books keDt or sold bv us of an immoral a. , . ' c '
C ija-imc wiuwk ni.uun.1, vvn.uv.. iiicii u 1 1; e . nf. , I'BeiS laces.
I of the Old Barley Sheaf, (which was de-
J . tin' X. I l .
f'i n . . . . , .. . - . ienuency
jjinamg. w o oind lhe worK in a unnorm.i
r-uese, wniie IS the sign of mornino- n-nA usmir it pottnl to snerm oil
nirt. -r G? u O 1 " " i . SM J- ttutili?
ck of rejoicing. In Castile. mouminaS Boild Pujnt 0il eouaI t0 linseed 01, otherstronu, and o
rp, VUM cie xorxneriy oi white serge. tuian Ior wniie.
ae Persians clothed in brown, and fhm'i 1 um constan
flnla fA,i.:i i ii . . X ihn ohAim v. .wtiincs ii .i i mn i Tint f n tc " .. S.t.,..., n .. '1 1 1 . . . : r . 1 . l . : .. . I
, "ui, ana an tneir ammals were? uumuu aiuwco, aim mw.vw wimuui any uumv. mu piitcui uiu uulu5jjuffa'0 iv y
.liaved. Tn T,vf.;i r, i"SmalI profits and quick returns:" . I ine is 50 cents a Aolume. - As they are al-?. ,i 5
l.i ... j tiiv, iiiirii iiiiit; !Hm:i i . rv . ... . '
A WJiolesale Trice List, with full direc-
Liunii. .ion um( u biv h: nun unore cusiomersr.; n . ... , ,
ft ; ,u ; ! i i iuons, ior operations, wi ue iorwarnen on ap-
hrllU. thPtr mnnhnrc m mini nrHof pnh nan. 2 .. . ' ' i
t!y receiving large supplies of, erally give iheni bound vulemusin exchangel1 a llo,,FFMo m,,nTlv -
Blonds, illusions, and embioidered laces istroycd by fire in July last.)
a The House is much increased in size
and convenience, and possesses every ac
commodation which, can contribute to the
comfort of tho traveler.
The TABLE and the BAR will be fur
nished in such a manner as cannot fail to
J English and wove thread, Smyrna, Lisle
.thread, and cotton laces.
j Kid, Lisle thread, silk, and sewing sillc,peage
gloves, and mils. I1 -gj j
I French and American artificial flowers. ,
thn mn ,i-,.. r' '"an pronisana oiiick returns:
T l r 1 7 . B. F. POND, 5G Water st., ways bound to one pattern, there will he no j
the whole of ilimr 'A ... ,w s ivt... v.i. ? r ...1
V.u"uer inu JL'.can Sl..llOUSC, new-tma. uiuicuiiy id iuun.iiu.n me iuiutb unuitca-
i July L 1852. 6m E. L1TTELL & CO., Boston.
BL AN K E EDS
For sale at 'this OPico.
French lace, English, American, and Ital-j
? Straw bonnets and trimmings.
March 25, 185".
one hundred horses.
M. AVATSON, Eroprietor.
No. 193 North Second s;, Phil'a.
Ma rch2? 1851.