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wpirtiuausns vs. Common Sense.
j. no spiritual JdarOzrtger. one of the Eubliniely ridiculous advocates of spirit txalism and rappingism has the following sublimation of nnn,nn.n . It T il.. i. ifti 1 .. - - r? w wi uU, tUU o.ora 01 uoa, me 110 ay xraceaure, snail crown the Triune Ure ator with the perfect disclosive illumina ;r,n rpu i . , tion. lnen shall the Creator, in efful wu auuo tue umne scrapmmaj, arise into the dome of the disclosure in one comprehensive revolving galaxy of su preme oeatitudes." The Cayuga Chief thus aptly responds: "JLncn shall blockheads in the jackass- assical dome of disclosive procedure. above the all-fired great leather fungus Peter isTip-ninnygo, the Gooseberry Grin der, rise into the dome of this disclosure. .1 . 1 until co-equal and co-extensive and con glomerated lumuxes, in one comprehen- . . .v., uuou. uocmuiitlB 1ULU UUIU1I1F. 1:1 1.-1. -i..! . ,' T , uuuiauca Pussy-cac ai- ter the place where the tail was." Una is quite as intelligible as the oth- er ; indeed, the response, if anything, has 11.. w - . the most spirit. Horse Blair Snakes. Concerning sinuous and attenuated en tites, Dr. Gideon B. Smith addresses the following communication to the Baltimore ratnoU "I wonld suggest to the citizens of Bal- season of the year, is a matter of some importance to delicate palates. Take a- bout a quarter of a yard of sood. fine ,. . 1 . . . J 0 ' flannel, and tie it firmly over the mouth U,0EUUIU' Auatm accoraance wiiuaprora efthe hydrant spoat, leavcing a small se made to many of the friends of the enter- i, 1 nrm r .1 c sack or bag, 01 the size or a goose c, in 0' . . " & . os " the centre of the flannel. The writer fix- ed his hydrant in this way, and it proved periecny euectuai. iit tms time tne little horse hair snake, or eel, is very abundant 'in all streams and pools of water, and fre- 'quently makes its appearance in the hy- drant water, and the above plan will cer tamly catch it. This little reptile is sup .Dosea to dc pcriectiv Harmless, it is generally supposed to be produced from a horse hair that has fallen into the wa ter. This is of course a ridiculous com mon error. It is like all other organized beings, animal or vegetable, a regular or- pleasure to say. that they made the sacrifice ganized animal, propagated by its own t0 aid an enterprise in their day and genera kind. Its scientific name is Gordius A- f5n' Jhat w5,J Provc a lastinS benefit to the innn hif nf o - A In -- nnnnftf until f m r quaticus. At the present time, and for a few weeks to come, it appears nearly white or like a thread of sloss or white horse hair, only a little loncer. The above plan will effectually prevent their being swallowed. All pools and streams of wa ter in the middle and Southern States are equally inhabited by them." State Central ConiraiUcCi Chas. Thompson Jones, Phifa, Chairman. John Price Wetherell, Charles Gilpin, John H. Diehl, George T. Thorn, Hon. Henry D. Moore, Jacob S. Boberts, John Kessler, Bobert L. Martin, John Bishop, Henry S. Evans, David E. Stout, Caleb N. Taylor, Maris Hoopes, Daniel Kerr, it u 11 ti It .11 It Delaware. Chester. Berks. Bucks. Lancaster. Hon. Thos. M. Bibighaus, Labanon. Hon. James Pollock, Northumberland. 1 "Wni. K Mehaffey, Dauphin, a Northampton. Lehigh. Carbon. Wayne. Franklin. Adams. York. Cumberland. Clinton. Centre. Lycoming. Huntington. Blair Montour. Somerset. Columbia. Luzerne. "Wyoming. Bradford. Susquehanna. Erie. Beaver. Allegheny. u Clarion. Armstrong. Indiana. Montgomery. "Westmoreland. Cambria. Juniatta. Bedford. Clearfield. Union. "Washington. Henry D..Maxwell, James W. Fuller 0. H. Wheeler, Hon. John Torrey, A. K. Cornyn. Robert G. Harper, Joseph Garretson, A. B. Sharp, Wm. T. Wilson, Edmund Blanchard, Tho:s. W. Llyod, S. K. Glasgow, George Raymond, C. H. Frick, John R. Edie, Franklin Stewart, Wm. P. Miner, John Sturdevant, John C. Adams, H. H. Frazier, John Miles, Hon. A. Robertson, Josiah King, John -Major, James Campbell, David Leech, T. J. Coffee, Lloyd Jones, Hon. Jos. H. Kuhns, John Fenlon, James M. Sellers, A. Washabaugh, John Fulton, Wm. FWagonscller, G. V. Lawrence, Benjamin Bannan, bchujlkilL In accordance with tne Besolution a doDted bv the late Whiff State Canven- tion. the above named gentlemen have been appointed the btate Uentrai L-omnm-tee HENRY M. FULLER, President. Wi'lkos-Barre. Mav 9, 1853. fi3P0IS0NING-a) Thousands of Parents who use Vermifuge composed of Castor Oil, Calomel, &c, are not aware, that while they appear to benefit the patient, they are actually laying the foun- pations lor a series 01 aiseases, sutu aooai na tion, losu of sight, weakness, of limbs, &c. In another column wijl be found the adver tisement of Hobensack's Medicines, to which we ask the attention of all directly interested 3n their own as well as their Children's heal..,. In 'i-gff She only genuine medicine, Hobensacks Liver Pills. KTBe not deceived; but asK tor lioDen- Bacs' worm pyrup ana """"" serve that each has the signature of the Pro- pnewr, i' I DIED, At Centreville, Upper Mt. Bethe! - Northampton Co.. on Saturday last, Gar- !ine' fe of Robert E. Jamea, aged w aoouc 00 Jcars- CAUTION. - Whereas my wife Elizabeth, left my bed - and board about the 16th of April, 1653, with - out Just cause or provocation, all persons fire hereby cautioned not to trust or harbor - her0n m"y account, as I am determined not to pay any debts of her contracting WAITS MAYNARD. - 1 Price township. May 23, 1853. -3t Office Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company. New-York, May 13, 1853, TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received at the of fice of the Delaware, Lackawanna and tTr T . "I . AT ir TTT 1 AT T I. i t t. -CI uv iuiK, mm at iue oiuce 01 uie Company, at Scranton, Luzerne countv, Pa until the fifteenth C15tlO dav of Junc'next for the Gradinsr, Bridsrincr and Masonrv. 0 I . . V V- - - the Eastern Division ot said road, about hity five miles, to the point or junction with the New Jersey Railroads near the Delaware Water Gap. Plans and specifications will be furnished on application to the General Agent of the Companv, at Scranton The road will be graded and bridged for a double track, and the payments made in cash. GEO. D. PHELPS, President. KlmOau I have now the pleasure to announce to the citizens ot juonroe county, mat tins itoad is I 1 :i. mt... : j pnse, wuenever 11 was iuuy asceriarnea inai 1 . r u 1 the work was to nrocemf I would nrivn diir notice, that all should have the oppertunity t0 SU0SCribe to the stock, and become friends of the Road. Under this promise, Ja?.ies H. Stroud Franklin Starmrd, Stogdell Stoii William S. Rees, Esq'rs, cither o ses, and of whom arc authorised to receive subscriptions to the capital stock until the 5th day of June next, Interest is to be paid on the stock from the time of payment until the road is done 1 would say to the friends who generously ceded their lands for the road, that it greatly assisted us in getting the means to proceed and as a compensation they will have the inhabitants of Monroe count', until time is no more. J. I. BLATR, In behalf the Stockholders. May 26, 1853. A CARD. The undersigned has just opened at his old stand m the lower end of the Borough of Stroudsburg, Monroe county, a splen did assortment of Candies of Hie finest flavors, and made of the best materials, and of the latest city styles; and for durability and finish cannot be excelled. Dealers and others are respectfully invited to ex amine his stock before purchasing else where. His Candies will be sold at Eas- ton Prices. He hopes by strict attention to business to merit the patronage of dealers generally throughout the County. Orders from a distance attended to at the shortes notice. MAEK MILLEB. X. B. Also a good stock of Boots and Shoes of his own Manufactory, on hand and for sale cheap. Stroudsburg, April 14, 18o3. ly. Has permanently located him self in Stroudsburg, and moved his office next door to Dr. S. Walton, and nearly opposite S. Melick's Jew elry store, where he is fully prepared to treat the natural teeth, and also to insert incorrupt ible artificial teeth on pivot and plate, in the latest and most improved manner. Most per sons know the danger and folly of trusting their work to the ignorant as well as the traveling dentist. It matters not how much experience a person may have, he is liable to have some failures out oi a number of cases, and if the dentist lives at a distance, it is fre quently put off until it is too late to save the tooth or teeth as it may be, otherwise the in convenience and trouble of going so far. Hence the necessity of obtaining the services of a dentist near home. All work warranted. April 23, 1853, CHINA, GLASS & QUEENSWARE. WHOLESALE & RETAIL. m MOORE retnrns his thanks to the citizens of Easton. and the adjacent country, for their liberal support during the last fourteen years, and would inform them that he still keeps pace with the fashions and improvements of the age. His ASSORTMENT is large and of the best quality no seconds or thirds which he oilers at the lowest possible living pri ces, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, for cash. ALSO on hand a general as sortment of Brittania and Stone Ware. GIVE EBUS A GALL. Easton, March 17, 1653. lm. George IS. Keller, Heir iion fjotel, No. 300 North Second Street, (corner of noble,) PHILADELPHIA. April 14, 1853. 2m II rod head & Roberts, S"B WHOLESALE DEALERS IN f HBoots, Shoes & Straw Goods, No. 135 North Third Street; PHILADELPHIA. April 14, 1853. 3m. 0 mwrnmrn Attorney at Law, OTtWATTTlODTT T fl Xf r VT? HV PflTTX'TV T A Office on Elisabotb street, formerly oc cupied by Wm Davis, Esq. u'iWA' . fc variety of Toys on han ana JM. for gale cheap at the variety store Q AWEL MELTCK fifMcl,r fi ."Mav 1852. ' 81,000 KEWAEB. The above reward will be paid for the ap prehension of any person who will say that Isaac II. Loder does not sell the cheapest and best Cabinet Furniture, at the Peoples'. Cabinet-Ware Rooms, (oppo site Hobert Boy's store, in the borough of Stroudoburg,) this side of New York. The undersigned, having purchased the large and extensive Cabinet Ware Room lately occupied by Frederick Philips, would respectfully inform the citizens 01 fatrouds burg and vicinity that he intends carrying on the Cabinet making business in all its various branches; and is now prepured. to receive or ders and attend to all calls for ever' thing in his line of business. The undersigned will keep on hand and furnish to order Good and Handsome Furniture. as cheap as can be sold anywhere. The following articles can be examined in his Ware Rooms: Hofas, of various styles and patterns: Sideboards, Secretaries, Wardrobes, Bu rcaux, of various paterns; Cupboards, of different kinds; Card, Center, Side, Breakfast, and Dining Tables; Wash Stands, Twist. Small and Large Etagere, What-Notes, Music Stands, Sofa Tables, Tea Tables, Oval and Serpentine Tables, Chinese What-nots, Fancv Worli tables, Refreshment tables, Divans, and a jjencral assortment of Cottage Furniture on hand and made to order. 03 Varnishing and repairing done on short notice and on reasonable terms A handsome assortment of Gilt, Mahogany and Walnut Looking Glass and Picture frames, of every description, will be constant ly kept on hand and made to order. $Pt-and made to order and in the best style, at tiiort notice. A hearse will also be furnished when desired. Lumber and country produce of all kinds taken in exchange for Cabinet Ware, Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. Re member the place is opposite R. Boy's store. ISAAC II. LODER. Stroudsburg, March 24, 1853. Whatever concerns the happiness and health of a people is at all times of the most valuable importance. I take it for granted that every person will do all in their. power. to save the lives ol their children, and that every person will endeavor to promote their own health at all sacrifices. J feel it to be my duty to solmenly assure you that worms, according to the opinion of the most cele brated Physicians', are the primary causes ot a larce majontv of diseases to which children and adults are liable; if you have an appetite continually chargeable from one ind of food to another, Bad Breath, Pain in the Stomach, Picking at the Nose, Hard ness and Fullness ol the Belley, Dry Cough, Slow Fever, Pulse Irregular remember that all these denote worms, and you should at once apply the remedy: E3oEeH5ek.'s ivorzu Syrcsp. An article founded upon Scientific Princi ples, compounded with purely vegetable sub stances, being perfectly safe when taken , & can be given to the most tender Infant with decided beneficial effect, where Bowel Com plaints and Diarhcca have made them weak and debilitated, the Ionic properties ot my Worm Syrup are such, that it stands with, out an equal in the catalogue of medicines, n giving tone and strength to the Stomache which makes it an Infallible remedy for those afflicted with Despepsia, the aston- shing cures performed by this byrup after Physicians have failed, is the best evidence of its superior efficacy over all others. Tlie Tape Worm ! This is the mosl difficult Worm to des troy of all that infest the human system. t grows to an almost Indefinite length, be coming so coiled and lastenea in the intes tines and Stomach affecting the health so adly as to cause St. Yitus Dance, Fits,&c. that those afflicted seldom if ever suspect that it is Tape Worm hastening them to an early grave. In order to destroy this Worm a very energetic treatment must be pursued, t would therefore be proper to take G or 8 of mv Liver Pills so as to remove all ob structions, that the Worm Syrup may act direct upon the Worm which must be taken in doses of 2 Table spoon's full 3 times a day, these directions followed, have never been known to fail in curing the most obsti nate case of Tape Worm. SMobc5sacIt's fLive:' PilSs. No part of man is more liable to disease an the Liver, it serving as a filterer to purify the blood, or giving the proper secre tion to the bile; so that any wrong action ol the Liver affects the other important parts of the system, and results variously, in Liv er Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c. We Should, therefore, watch every symptom that might indicate a wrong action of the river. These Pills being composed of Roots and Plants furnished by nature to heal the sick: Namely 1st, An Expectorant, which augments the secretion from the Pul monary mucus membianc, or promotes the discharge of secreted matter. 2d, An Al terative, which charges 111 some explicable and insensible manner, the certain morbid action of the system. 3d, A Tonic, which gives tone and Ptrength to the nervous sys tem, renewing health and vigor to all parts, of the body. 4th, A Cathartic, which acts n perfect harmony1 with the other ingredi ents, and operating on the Bowels, and ex pelling the whole mas3 of corrupt and vitia ted matter, and purifying the Blood, which destroys disease and restores health. Jr o Females. You will find these Pills ari invaluable medicine in many complaints to which you are subject. In obstructions either total or partial, they have been found of inestimable benefit, restoring1 their fractiontal arrange ments to a healthy action, purifying' the blood and other fluids so effectually to put to flight all complaints which may arise rem female irregularities, as head ache, giddness, dimness of sight, pain in the side, back. &c None genuine unless signed J. N. H- bensack, all others being base imitations OAgents wishing new supplies, and Store Keepers wishing to become Agents must address the Proprietor J. N. Hobensack No 120 N. Second St., Phila., Pa. Agents 111 fCojjroe Cosinty. Dr. S. Stokes and R. Huston, Stroudsburg; I, Peters, jr.- & co. Marshals creek; Staples & Shivley, Analomink; J. Bell, Experiment Mills . Brodhead & Bro. Dutotsburg ; H. & Kintz, Paradise; J. Mervvine, Merwines- burg; Daily & Tumbler. Effert; Edinger & Marsh, Fennersville; Keller & Hoffman, lellersville; and all dealers in drugs through out the county and State. Price, each 25 cent, "v March 40, ,1853V'. ' V JU it. ' PALMER & PEARCE, "O ESPEfjTFULLY inform the Mer chants of Stroudsburg and vicinity, that they have commenced the manufac ture of PURE TALLOW CAKBL.ES. in the Borough of Stroudsburg, and will keep constantly on hand a full supply, which they offer for sale at as low rates as can he had at any other establishment, Call before purchasing elsewhere. Stroudsburg, February 3, 1853. What can be got for Fye dollars!! The undersigned have entered into an ar rangement by which they agree to furnish the Knickerbocker Magazine, (monthly,) the the Home Journal, (weekly,) and the Musi cal World and Times, (weekly,) to new sub scribers, at the very moderate price of five dollars a year for the three publications ; all orders, enclosing that amount to Dyer & Wil lis, will be promptly attended to. SAMUEL 1IUESTON Publisher of the Knickerbocker. MORRIS & WILLIS, Publishers of the Home Journal. DYER & WILLIS, Publishers of the Musical Word and Times, 257 Broadway, New York. Grand Literary and Artistic Combination. Arrangements have been made to furnish the Knickerbocker Magazine, the Home Journal, and the New York Musical World and Times, to new subscribers, for five dollars a year! This is cheap literature, with a vengeance. The Knickerbocker is S3 per annum; the Home Journal, $2; and the Musical World and Times, S3; makmg S8 a year at the usual rates. That three such works can be obtained for five dollars a year, is a fact truly worthy the Caloric age, winch is just now being ushered in. Ot the Knickerbocker Mrgazinc, edited bv Lewis Gaylord Clark, it is unnecessary to speak. For twenty years it has boen the most geni- humorous, and spicy "monthly m the world; and the present volume will be better than any which preceded it. The Home Journal, edited by Geo, P. Ilorris, and N. P. Willis, is well known as the best family a n r I newspoper m America; and tne juusicat World and Times, edited by Richard Storrs Willis, with Lowell Mason, Geo. II. Curtis, Thomas Hastings, Wm. P. Bradbury, Geo. P. Root, and other musical writers contribut ing; and whioh gives, among other things, 0 ver 25 worth of music and a full course of instruction in harmony annually, is the very best musical journal ever published. These three publications will post a family up iu re gard to nearly everything worth knowing; Art, Sciecnc, Literature; Music, Painting, Sculpture; Inventions, Discoveries; Wit, Hu mor, Fancy, Sentiment; the Newest Fash ions and other attractions for Ladies; Choice New Music for the Sabbath, the Church, and the Fireside; Reviews and Criticisms of Mus ical Works, Performed and Performances; in short; the very pick and cream of Novelty. Incident, History. Biography, Art, Literature and Science; including whatever can be giv en in periodicals to promote Healthy Amuse ment and Solid Instruction in the family,and help to make it Better, Wiser, and happier, may be now obtained for five dollars. Ad dress DYER & WILLIS, 257 Broadway. CiT'Editora publishing the above three times, aud sending the papers containing it to Dyer & Willis, will receive the three works named, fot one year SADB1LF, AMIS fSAE33TE. The undersigned having lo cated himself in the borough of Stroudsburg, at the old Sad dle and Harness stand of Jas. N. Durling, on Walnut street, opposite the Washington Ho tel, would inform the public that he will keep constantly on hand a choice assortment of Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Carriage Harness, Sulky and Gig Harness, 1 cam Harness, leather, cotton, aud toorsled Flynets, Trunks, Valises, Carpet bags, Curry-combs, Horse cards and brushes, and all other articles in his line of business, which he will dispose of upon very reasona ble terms. Work made to order at the shortest notice. His materials will he of the best quality, and as he employs none but good workmen, le hopes to receive a liberal share ot public )alronafre. His motto is "quick sales and small profits." Call and see for yourselves. Country produce taken in exchange for work. W. C. LARZELIER. Stroudsburg, March 17, 1853. N. B. Carriage trimmings for sale, and Carriages trimmed to orderC Valuable Hea3 EsM at til? ill lilt The Heirs of the Estate of Abr'm. Kaulz. deceased, offers at private sale, a FARM, situate in Smithficld township, Monroe coun ty, Pa. containing 127 A38E, 75 of which is cleared land, in a high state of cultivation, the remainder WOODLAND. The above adjoins land of Henry Eilenberger, Benjamin Custerd and others. "he improvements are a FRAMZE HOUSE, 2 stories high, 14 hy 18, and a Logzzz&: House, 20 by 24, one and a half stories high; a shop 14 by 16; a Barn and other necessary out buildings. There is an excellent spring of water near the dwellings. A young and thriving Si Apple Orchard, of choice lruit,and a numbef of other Sg fruit trees, such as pear's, peaches, iflfii cherries, &c The above property is situated in a healthy neighborhood, convenient to schools, mills, and places of public worship. This property is worthy the attention of capitalists. An indisputable title will he given. For further particulars apply to JOHN KAUTZ, Stroudsburg, Pa. or to IIENltY KAUTZ, Martin's Creek, P. O. Northampton Co. Pa. $1000 A YEAH. WANTED in every County of the Uni ted States, active and enterprising men, to engage in the sale of some of the best Books published in the country. To men of good address, possessing a small capital of from 825 to 100, such inducements will be offered as to enable them to make from $3 to 10 a day profit. DTThe Books published hy us are all useful in their character, extremely popular and command large sales wherever they are offered. For further particulars, address, (postage paid) DANIELS & GETZ, , Successors to W. A. Leary & Co , J No. 138 North. Second Street, Philadel- II! 11 m BOOK AGENTS WANTED. Any good, active and intelligent man, with a small capital of from S30 to $1(10. can make large" profits by engaging m the sale of the following POPLAi? A&b USEFUL BOOKS Chambers'1 Information for the People: or ropuiar Jjjncyclopedia of Useful lvnowl edge. Two large imperial octavo volumes, containing 1700 pages. Petersons History of the American ReVolu lion. 500 lare octavo pages, and 200 fine engravings. Frost's Remarkable Events in the History oj America. Two large octavo volumes, con taining 1G00 pages and 700 engravings The best Ilistorv of America published, Frost's Pictorial Life of Washington. A Splendid Book containing 000 octavo pages and 150 elegant Engravings. 1 he cheap en Life of Washington ever published. Moore's llistoJy of the Indian Wars. Fine colored and Plain Mates. The True Republican. Containing the In augural Addresses and the First Annual Addresses and Messages of all the Presi dents of the United States, the Constitu tions of the most important States in the Union. &c, &c. Embelished witht Por traits of all the Presidents, engraved on steel!, and a view of the Capua! of the United States. 500 pages; 12 mo. Fox's Book of Martyr's. A Splendid Family Edition, large qnaito, with 55 Engravings, beautifully bound in morocco, gilt. De Cormcnin's History of the Popes. 900 lare octavo pages, with illustrations. Josephus' Works. Fine Edition, one large volume. Sturm's Reflections on the Works of God. St. Pierre's Studies of Nature. White's History of the World. A Valuable General History. One large octavo vol nme, with handsome Engravings. Lives of Great and Celebrated Characters : of all Ages and Countries. One Iaryo vol ume ol 800 pages, with numerous Engra vings. Together with a number of other Works particularly adapted for Popular Reading. IE? The mosl liberal discounts will bp giu- en to Agents who may engage in the sale of the above Valuable Books. For further particulars, address (postage paid.) J & J. L. GIHOa, Publisher, No. 98 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. February 17, 1853. DOCTOR YOUSiSElLF! THE POCKET SSUUPilTS : OR, EVERY ONE MS OWN PHYSICIAX. The. fortieth edition, with one hundred engra- :J vings. showing Diseases yM. & Malformations of the stem in every form. I o dded a trea- . .1. T-: 1 mlS'SS M' 1?emalcs- heinS f the ?&MW-?L-y?' hiohfist imnortn ncn to JV 40 " I is2' married people, or those contemplating marriage. Bv vVnisasn To as k 5 21. I?. Let no father be ashamed lo present a copy of the JEsculamus'lo his child. It mav save him from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obligations of married life without reading the Pocket JEs culapius. Let no one suffering from a hack nied cough, pain in the side, resless nihs, uervous feelings, and the whole train of Dys peptic sensations, and given up by their phy sician, be another monument without con sulting the JEsculapius. Have the married, or those'about to be married, any impediment read this truly useful book, as it has been the means of saving thousands of unfortunate creatures from the very jaws of death. Any person sending Twenty five cents en closed in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by mail, or five copies will be sent for One Dollar. Address, (post paid.) DIl. WM. YOUNG, No. 152 Spruce st. Philadelphia. February 17, 1853 --ly. offTce TO PROCURE Soldiers5 liazicl Waa'rants. By a recent Act of Congress it is enacted, That each of the surviving, or the widow or minorchildren of deceased commissioned and noncommissioned officers, musicians, or pri vates, whether ot regulars, volunteers, rang ers or militia, who 'performed military ser vices in any regiment, companv or detach ment in the service of the United States, in the war wilh Great Britian, declared by the United States on the eighteenth day of June 1812, or in any of the Indian wars since 171)0 and each of the commissioned officers who was engaged in the rniliiarv service of the United States in the late war with Mexico, and shall be entitled to lands as follows : Those who engaged to serve twelve months or during the war, and actually served nine months, shall receive one hun dred and sixty acres: and those who engaged to serve six months and actually served four months, shall receive eighty acres; and those who engaged to serve for any or an indefinite period, and actually served one month, shall receive forty acres. Provided. that wherever any officer or soldier was honorably discharged in consequence of dis ability in the service, he shall receive the a mount to which he would have been entitled if he had served the full period for which he pcqengaged to serve. Under the above act, and the acts of Con gress generally, the subscriber offers his ser vices as agent to procure Land Warrants for those entitled to receive them, as above spe cified, lie may be found at his office in Stroudsburg. S. C. BURNETT. O ctober '21, 1350. jhiMcm (Gtuccn fjotel, Elizaheth st., Sxitouusnuno, Pa. jlffiSfc The undersigned respectfully in forms his friends and the public gener- iiiLallv, that he has taken the above Hotel, known to the travelling community as 'Snive l's Old Stand," and recently kept by Geo, Swartwood. The house is large, with ever convenienca for travellers and boarders. The yards and stabling are extensive, and every thing in the very best order for the ac comodation of travellers and others. The proprietor will use every elfort to have his table, chambers, bar. and every depart ment of his house conducted in such a man ner as to secure the approbation of Ids custo mers. The Stage office for the Easton, M. Chunk. Wilkes-Uarre, White Haven and Providence stages will hereafter be at the above Hotel. Persons wishing to go or send with the a bove stages, will please leave their orders at the Indian Queen Hotel. These lines leave this Hotel every Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday morning at 7 o'clock. JOSEPH J. POSTENS. Country Produce. Butter, eggs, &o. taken"in exchange for any goods iu my line of business. SAMUEL MELICK. JOBvVORK Neatly executed at this Office. BS3& Hh..oSt a a which is m JOHN W.STOKES General Agent for Monroe Co. for the sale of Blake's Patent Fire-Proof Paint, or Artificial Slate, Which in the way of Paint is warranted to surpass in cheapness and durability any thing that lias heretoiore been offered to the public. In no instance has it ever been known to crack, cleave off, or icaste by time. lie also has on hand a large and well selected stock of ji-ocurics, H3arIvare, Stoves, 3ko. which have been purchased fbr dash and must be sold. Stroudsburg, Jantiary 13, 1809. 3 ami 7pjjxiofs CHEAP FASHIONABLE On Elizabeth street, one door below Wm. Dean's residence, Stroudsburg, Pa. The subscriber having just com pleted a lrtrye a"nd splendid as sortment of the lastest Fall and Wmter fashions of Hats & Caps, invites the attention of his old patrons and iho public generally to the largest stork ever offered in Stroudsburg. consisting of Men's moleskin, fur, silk and Kossuth hats of eve rv price and qualitv. His stock of Caps consist's of silk plush, rloih. oil silk, oil Hn- nen, and velvet, lioys hats and caps of every description. JLadics' I?Inffs. A superior article on hand. Also', rt largo assortment of Boots and Shoes of the latest style and of a superior quality. ITioroccms and Findings. Dressed and undressed Morocco, Kid and French skins. Yellow, pink, blue and white ininjjs, and binding skins. Prunello and frongee; Hoot and shoe trees; Lasts of every description, and a general assortment of findings, llso Cotton & silk under-shitts. N. B. Thankful for past favors and de sirous of a continuance of the same, he will ell at the New-York and Easton prices. JOHN W. RUXTON. November 11, 1S52. REMOVAL !! WHOLESALE AND IlETAIL Boot anb S)0t MANUFACTORY!! jHrVjj The subscriber respertfuly informs Io '11S customers ad friends that he has -"removed his Boot and Shoe Manufac tory to the store room formerly occupied by Joseph bigman. in Northampton Street, one door above Hamilton street, and between Mrs. E. II. Harmony s Millinery and Peter Pomp s Drug Store. He has just received a large' assortment of Boots and Shoes, among which are Calf Congress Boots, Enameled Congress Bootsj Calf Napoleon Boots, Patent Morocco Na poleon Boots, Brogans, &c. fot- Getlemen and Bovs. Also on hand a largd assoriment of Shoes far Ladies and Misses. Wonten's fashion- ble Caiters of every variety, made to order at short notice. A large assortment of Chil drens Shoes ahvavs on hand. GUM Shoes' ofj all descriptions and kinds, which he is idling CHEAP FOR CASH. The goods are manufactured of the best materials and in the neatest and most fash ionable manner. He employs none but the" nest workmen about his establishment. Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto fore received, every effort will bd made td merit a continuance of the sdme; THADDEUS SCHOCH. Easton, September lfi, 1S52. Cure of Consumption Liver Complaint. Colds, Coughs. Asthma; Bronchitis, and all Throat and Liing Com plaints. I have published a brief work bh Cbnsum ption, which contains an invaluable recipe for the cure of these prevalent diseases, evert in their worst stages when friends and phy sicians have given up all hope. The Lung balsam prescribed in this work Cures without the expensive aid of physicians or injurious use of patent medicines. In adopting this Sys tem of Cure the patient knotbs what he is us ing knows that he is not shortenning his pays by the use of anodynes or mercurials, which may seem to Relieve but never Crrre, He knows when using this Life-saving Bal sam, that he is taking mild, pleasant, effica cious remedies, such as Nature prescribes' for the ills her children suffer. The ingredi ents composing this Lung Balsam are obtain able (cheaply too.) wherever consumption exists, proving that Every ill has its antidote t Consumptive patients may Relion this receip: (all Lung-Complaints are removed by us use) 1'would not attach my name to it, had I doubt of its efficacy. The directions for preparing and uting the Balsam are perfectly plain. I prefer selling the Recipe to making the Balsam, as it enables people to Make their own Medicine at a Trifling Cost. I wil impart the secret of making the Balsam, and the Family right to use it, for Si, but in uo case will I sell it for speculating purposes. Proof of its Goodness. Jackson, Mich. March 21, 1851. Doct. S.TOUSEY Sir: Youwishe'dme to let you know what effect your preparation of Medicine for Consumption and other dis eases had in my family. After the first tert days my wife gainrd in weight 3 lbs, relieved her cough, changed her countenance, and all, appearances were better. My family would not be willing to do without it. It is a med icine much needed in Jackson there is many" cases simular to :ny wife's. The Rev Mr. Blanchard will write you for a recipe. Res pectfully yours. O. F. POOL. Address, post paid, (enclosing Si.) Dr. S. TOUSEY, 10C Nassau street, New York. The work goes by mail under seal. October 7, l3ol-Grn STRAW GOODS SPRING 1853 fjOl The subscriber is now prepared to jfw exhibit to Merchants and Milliners his usual heavy stock of Ladies1 aud Misses' Stair and Silk Bonnets, Straw 'fl'riuimitigs and Artificial Flowers?, Palm-leaf, Panama and every variety of Scaiiaattcr Mats for Gentlemen; which for extent, variety and' beauty of manufacture, as well as uniformly cloee prices, will be found unrivaled. THOMAS WHITE, No. 4 1 South Second street, Phila'delphidj February 10, 1853. 3m. Fifteen hands wanted to peel bark, to whorr? liberal wages will be paid in cash. To com mence operation as soon as the season will admit of it. Each person must come provided. with the necessary tools. Apply to he under-: , sijjned. JAMES' DEPUB t Stroudsbarg, March 31, 195& air giro genuine, , ' wwwv.-.p! j