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Alleged Bribery, J. 13. Packer, iUq., Dr. Geo. Weiser and Charles Weaver, the latter one of the present Commissioners of Northumberland county, were arrested on Friday last, on a charge of attempting to bribe Christian Albert, one of the Commissioners of the same county, for the purpose of inducing .him to give his official sanction towards a subscription of 200,000 by the county o Northumberland to the stock of the Sus ouchanna Railroad Company. The above paragraph originated in a communication in the Danville papers but as we find it traveling the rounds, it is the merest act it justice to state, that this prosecution is utterly groundless, aud originated in personal malevolence and hi dishonorable efforts to create and excite hostility to the Susquehanna railroad. The warrant was issued by a Hush town ship magistrate rwhich township, lying opposite to Danville, Mr. Packer, when in the Legislature, had prevented from becoming a part of Montour county and contrary to established usage, required the defendants to be brought before himself and no other justice. Commissioner Al bert was himself the only witness, yet the anost searching and point blank interrog atories failed to elicit from this willing witness any testimony whatever to- crim- nate the defendants, or even furnish grounds of suspicion against them, yet the justice held them in $2,000, to appear and answer at the August Court in bunbury Some few Courts ago, bills of indictment were sent up against the same defendants, lor the same alleged olleuce, aud suppor ted by the self-same testimony, but were promptly ignored by the Grand J ury for want of evidence. Some cowardly, anonymous corres pondent of the New Berlin Times, makes Ssimilar insinuations against the Union County Commissioners, evidently with the design of reviving the exploded Re pudiation excitement. A call was made at our last Court for the alleged briber and bribed to meet face to face in public, which they did iu the presence of a large num ber of persons, but the accuser utterly failed to show any proof of the truth of the charge. Leivisburg Chronicle. JJjT'Wbole armies of black caterpillars are destroying the oak forests in Maine. gtoisonikg-o) 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 dations for a series of diseases, such as saliva tion, loss of sight, weakness, of limbs, &c. Jn another column will be found the adver tisement of Hobensack's .Medicines, to which -we ask the attention of all directly interested in their own as well ae their Children's f health. In Liver Complaints and all disordes arising from those ofa bilious type, should make iise of the ony genuine medicine, Hobensack's Liver Pills. (gj"Be not deceived" but ask for Hoben sacks' Worm Syrup and Liver Pills, and ob serve that each has the signature of the Pro prietor, J. N HOBEXSACK, as none else are genuine. On the 3d inst., by the Rev. J. F. Boone, Mr. Joseph Moateller, and Miss Elizabeth tSnow, both of Monroe county. On the 4th, by the same, Mr. Solomon Stone, of rsorthampton county, Pa; to Miss Mary Arrenia Christian, of Warren coun ty, New Jersey. In Hamilton township, on the 4th inst, by Rev. Mr. Heilig, Mr. Morris R. Stone, printer, of Stroudsburg, and Miss Susanna M. Miller, of Stroud towhfchip. On the 25th of June, by Rev. Dr. HofFeditz, Mr. John Snyder, and "Miss Susanna Schub, daughter of Mr. Peter Schub, both of Ches nuthill, Monroe county. Orinhe 29th June, by the same, Mr. Theo dore Shoemaker, son of Michael Shoemaker, Esq., near Stroudsburg1, and Mies Catharine Kresge, daughter of Mr. John Kresge, of Chesnuthill, Monroe county. li'flii. Resolved by the Town Council of the Bor ough of Stroudsburg That notice' be given to all persons owning lots of ground in said Bor ough fronting on Elighabelh street, commen cing at the M)ulh east corher of the lot occu pied by James II. Stroud and Charles R. An dree. thence down said street to the north-east corner of Michael Brown's lot (on the norlh .vvest side of said Elizabeth street.) Also com mencing at the north-west corner of the lot owned and occupied by John D. Young; from thence to the north-east corner of the lot owned by John Boys, next the saw mill lot, on the south-east side of said Elizabeth street, are required to have the side-walks of the same on both sides of said street graded, curbed, and paved with good brick by the first day ol September next, and the same shall be made and done under the direction of the Town Council, and according to the survey (as to heighth and width) made by the 6aid Council. All persons who neglect or refuse to have the Eame graded, curbed, and paved in pur suance of the above resolution and with in the time therein appointed, the Town Council after the expiration of said time will have the same done at the expense of the property owners, according to the Act of As sembly entitled an Act " Regulating Bor oughs," approved April 3d, 1851. Notice is" hereby given, that on and after the 10th day of 5uly, 1853, the following tax shall be imposed upon the owners of dogs and bitch es in said Borough. Upon the owner of one dbg fifty cents, upon the owner of two or more dogs fifty cents for the first and one . dollar per head for all others, and upon the owner of every bilc'h two dollars. Supplement to ESot'ough Or dinance. Be it enacted hy the Burgess and Assist ants or Couricilmen of the Borough of Strouds burg, and it is hereby enacted by the author ity of the same: That on and after the 10th day of July, 1853, if any wood pile shall be permitted to remain in any street or alley of said Borough for a longer period than forty-eight hours, the owner or owners thereof shall pay a fine of fifty cents for every period of twenty-four hours said wood shall remain in any street or alley aforesaid contrary to this ordinance. Approved June 28th 1853: CHARLTON BURNETT, Burgess. John Edingeu, 1 Georgk II. Miller, James H. Walton, David Kcllbu, Mjslciioir Spsaolk. II. ji Jse 30, im. Socks & Sfatimuru AT WHOLESALE. rcr, S8 John st. New York. Publishers, Booksellers, Stationers, and Manufacturers of every description of having enlarged their manufacturing deport ment, and added a new Sales Room to their establishment, are now urenared to sunnlv Booksellers and Country Merchants with ev ery variety of D7. r7i..7. r7. p e j- jjvutx,z,iiuuiii, nuuub q- ouiuonciy, on the most favorable terms. Their stock of BLANK HOOKS, all of their own man- llfnclnro rrtnclctQ nf r, ! tin Foriniic cntn n iwl styles of Account Uooks, Memorandums, i i j i . . i rafts nuuiu, nun", v-ripnenn?, Jii.xcrrise. . - - ' iv , am, uuiu uuohs, ouimweep- diaries for 18R, a ureal variety. IjOOlvb in every department of literature, suitable for Schools, Academies, Colleges. School, Sunday School, Public and Pri- vate Libraries, standard Works in Pruse ami Voelry, i for Annuals and other books in fine bindings "uivPvi'ifri'innT-o . JU LlNlLL UOOKS, of every descrip- ,0"-.. , tion. JJibles, Prayer & Hymn Books in all their varieties. A II) tunc, Music Books &c STA T10NER Y, plain, and fancij, Eng lish, trench 4" American. Slates by the case at Manufacturer's low est prices. All of which thev will sell, at prices av eraging probably lower than any other Es tablishment in the citv Orders by Mail filled carefully and prompt- iy, and at as low prices as if the purchasers were present. S3 John, cor. of Gold Street, New York. July 7, 11503. Stvcuiisburg 2Uaucmij. The next quarter will commence Monday August 8th. All the branches of a complete English and Classical course are thoroughly aught lerms tor boys or girls three dol- ars, payable immediately at the end of the quarter. LEWIS A1L. References: All those who have had pu pils under my charge. June 30th, 1853. rotice to CoSSectorg. The Commissioners will meet at their of- fice on Wednesday, the tenth day of August next, for the purpose of making the necessary exonerations to those collectors who have not eltled their Duplicates in full, at which time they are also required to make final settlement of their Implicates, as no longer time will be . - i . .... allowed them. MELCHOIR DREIIER, ) JOHN C. STRUCK, Comr's. MICHAEL SUPER, ) une 30th, 1853. HIGHLY ISVIPORTAT ! LATEST NEWS. fi'eiv Bool ana Shoe Eslablislimenti m, , ,, ,. j. ne suDscriuers wouiu soiicii me aiicniion u, mc Huu,"'.lu w,cu ucw w. r ,t. ..m; ... t,., i ou i?, tabhshment, just opened in Stroudsburg, first door below Barry's Hotel, where work of all inds can be had either ready-made or made iu urum .it uio sjiunett nuuuu mm un me .i i .. .1 . t. I mncf rprRnnnhlf lorms. I .imps hnp nt thp mcst reasonable terms, neatest styles constantly on hand. . vv rw.aVww "v Xiuu" cAucuciiw in iuu uuiaiKs iu an naviaints ana uiariiza lave maae tnern weaK departments, enables the subscribers to re- comment! tneir wonc to tne pumic, iceiing will be fully realized after giving it a fair trial. WITSEL &. HINTOX. ivp ficcurnii thnf impip hirrhocr nvnnntnMnncI Stroudsburg, June 23, 1853-tf. Gcoa: Rcb unx fjotcl, 2sTo. 300 North Second Street, (CORNER OF NOBLE,) PHILADELPHIA. April 14, 1853. -2m Fits! Wiis I Fits! THE VEGETABLE EXTRACT EPILEPTIC PILLS, For the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps, and all Nervous and Constitutional Diseases. Persons who are laboring under this dis tressing malady will find the Vegetable Epi leptic Fills to be the only remedy ever dis covered for curing Epilepsy, or Falling Fits. These Pills possess a specific action on the nervous system; and, although they are prepared especially for the purpose of curing Fits; they will be found of especial benefit fMrr.ll nprcnnn nffliriPil with wont nprvpR. nr whose nerus system has been proved or nas oeen probiraieu or shuttered from any cause whatever. Inchp : . i r t t " -r i .i : i ic compiamis, or Giseases oi long biunumg, cimprir.rl..oml l. norrm.cnOe thov nm 4Y.l -r....v.wwwvi j j ceedingiy benehcial. i'rice per Uox, or two Doxes lor yo. Persons Out of the city, enclosing a remit- tance, will have the Pills sent them through the mail, free of postage. For sale by Setii b. Hancl, JNo. lUb Baltimore street, Balti- more, Jild., to wtiom orders iroru all parts ol the Union, must be addressed, post paid. June 2, 1853. ly. . , jftK. J. liAWXSa, EiWS'A TTn nprrnnnnntlv InnntPfl him- self in Stroudsburg, and moved j 'J hiD ,,pvt Annr in Dr. S ilia ujiiu; iil-.u uwui n xji . u. i Walton, and nearly opposite S. Melick's Jew- the natural teeth, and also to insert incorrupt m e ann ual ieei on p vol anu ji.au , i . uie latest and most improved manner. Most per- . : i . .i - i i .. . .i... sons Know tne danger and lolly oi trusting their work to the ignorant as well as the I I M trrtllrffT HnntlL-f It fnnr. nit limit mlUI 1 w.....6 uu.liau h muucioiiui hvmiuv-h j r w - f Q rniPr onrn n norenn mnv l.nvo l.o ie V,hU tn"'""'?" 7" . r . ..r .ui.. 7 r r Have some lauures out ot a number" of cases. and if the dentist lives at a distance, it is fre- quently putolf until it is too late to save the tooth or teetn as it may be, otherwise the in- convenience and trouble ol going so far. Hence the necessity of obtaining the services of a dentist near home. All work warranted. April 23, 1853, TO THE PU3LI The subscriber would hereby inform the public generally, that he has taken jhe store- room lormeny iu;uFieu uy uswi..., OJipUSIie JUCUU lVUCtlll. O tauill, mm "mi ii- . , has lately purchased a new lot (?Afe-3of Good-, which he will sell aSaSslow for Cash or. Country pro duce. JOHN A. FLAGLER. Stroudsburg, June 2, 1853. tfl To MiTTWriffMs ! Eight Mill Wrights wauted by the under signed, to commence work about the firsl of July. FERDINAND DUTOT-. , St.-oudeburg, June 16, 1953. . - $1,000 i uc aoove reward wm oe pain tor trie ap- prehension of any person who will eav that Isaac H. Loder does not sell the cheapest anu oeat t,auinet .furniture, at tne Peoples" p3Sbs oinci-vvare liooms, (oppo- sue itooert tfoy s siore, m the uorougn oi oirouuauurg,) mis I I A' tl. 1 ' side of iev York, rot i t i t inc undersigned, Having purcnased tile 1 i " v (tr t large anu extensive uaumei ware nooms lately occupied by Frederick Philips, would respectfully inform the citizens of Strouds- burg and vicinity that he intends carrying on uiiu vyiiuiuui iiianin" uu&uiu&s ui .m us various !.. . k: . i.: i... 11 : branches; and is now prepared to receive or- ders and attend to all calls tor every thing hi his line of business. The undersigned I Will :ppn fin linilfl mill fiirntfth tn nrrlnr Good aiid HaildSCUIG FHi'Iliiur? ) 'i.irt ii .irt iitiii in: nu i iiiv vii:ir v i. i Tlie foH0wi,ifr articles can be examined in hi Sofas, of various styles and patterns; Sideboards, becrelanes. varuroaes. Uu- reaux, of various puterns. Cupboards, of different kinds; Card, Center, Side", Breakfast, and Dining Tables; VVash Stands, Twist, Small and Larre Etagere, What-Notes, Music Stands, Sofa Tables, Tea Tables, Oval and Serpentine Tables, Chinese What-nots, Fancy Work tables, Refreshment tables, Divans, and a general assortment of Cottage Furniture on hand and made to order. 07" Varnishing and repairing done on short notice and on reasonable term A Handsome assortment ol UUt, iUahogany and Walnut Looking Wass and Picture frames, of every description, will be constant- ly kept on hand and made to order. I jgv Keady-made cottins Hepton hand foj ';Vand made to order and in the best style, at short notic. A hearse will also be furnished when desired Lumber and country produce of all kinds lauen in c.cnange ior iaDinet ware, uive us a call before purchasing elsewhere: Re- I .1... I . 1-1 Tl , memuer uie pia.ee is opposite xi. hoy s store. ISAAC II. LODER. Stroudsbuug, March 2-1, 1853. 500 CHALLENGE, Whatever concerns the happiness and health ofa people is at all times of the most valuable importance. 1 take it for cranted that every person will do all in their power t save the lives of their children, and thai I. . Ml . . .1 according to the opinion of the most ecle orated Physicians, are the primary causes ofa large majority of diseases to which children and adults are liable; if you have an appetite continually chargeable from one kind of food to another, Bad Breath, Pain iu the Stoaiarh, Picking at the Nose, Hard- ness an1 Fullness oi the Beiiey, Dry Cough, Slow rever, Pulse Irregular remember ,t u .i. i . . i . i n """- ui.u.u iuulu at onrfi nnnlv the rfimedv: MiSf,(,,fc wrt Svi.p. An nr.lf.i fm,nf,;! nnnn pr:lw.5. ni, rnmr.annArA with nnrolv rnprnhlp c..h. I ' ' - ' J d dances, being perfectly safe when taken , & i. ... . . i -.i rnn r i h ir vimi 1 1 1 i fin TTiriv;i ifnritr u uni wni decided beneficial effect, where Bowel Cum- and debilitated, the Tonic properties of my Worm Syrup are such, that it stands with. -,-, I i Ur nofilnrvtm mtJimnnr. in giving tone and strength to the Stomache whirl, m.b, it an Ir,rallib1 nm.!v for thnn nfflirlnd with Dfisnensia. thR aston- ishiri" cures nerformed bv this Svtud after - r i - j j - i Physicians have failed, is the best evidence of its superior efficacy over all others. The Tape Worsn ! This is the mosf difficult Worm to des troy of all that infest the human system. It grows to An almost Indefinite length, be coming so coiled and fastened in the Intes tines arid Stomach atTectins the health so sadly as to cause St. Vitus Dance, Fits,&c. that those atllicied seldom it 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, jt W0uld therefore be proper to take 0 or 8 of my Liver rills so as to remove all ob structions. that the Worm Syrup may act I direct upon tile orm which must be taken . 1 ... . , , r .. ,. in doses of 2 I able spoons full 3 times a day, these directions followed, have nevei been known to fail in curing the most obsti- nate case of Tape Worm. . 52obCMacR'M SAvvv PiJSs. No part of man is more liable to disease l nn tlm T i it cnriMrwr nc n filfornr tn . , . " "''i " " . " .K secre- ,fl hilp: ..... rinv wron aclion oI ri. aTe b lhe oter imponant partJ f svstlim, a.,d resu ls variously, in Liv- r. ' -i r. er uornpiaini, jaunuice, uyspeusiii, cue. ye should, therefore, watch every symptom - i llial mjht indicafe a wrona: action ol the Liver. These Pills beinz composed oi Rools and Plants furnished by nature to heal tle sick: Namely 1st, An Expectorant, which auarnents the secretion from the Put monary mucus inembiane, or promotes the discharge of sicreted matter. 2d, An Al- Iterative, which charges in some explicable and inennsiblo manner, the certain morbid action of the system. 3d, A Tonic, whioh ttives tone and strength to the nervous sys- lem, renewing neai n ana vigor pnS, - .i i.i. i ... n . . l U1C OOOy. Wl, IV .UO.iruc, wmuu . , .i .i .i i: J1"? w. h he , oUjjr . a ,edi operatin pelling the whole mass of corrupt and yitja- ted matter, and purifying the Blood, which d disease dud restores heallli J jp if c tsa :i I s . ... .. , , . an iflValuabie dJ d . complainls U) which you J . J I ,- Ti, istriicli oils citlier tola I or narllal Uloy llave oeeil lounu oi iucMiiii.mif : ,i.f. c,n,.i mri,u n hUhv anion: nurifvinsi ' the hind :.r!fl other fluids so effectually to nut lo flioht all comolaints which 'may arise from female irrecularnies, as head ache, giddness, dimness of sigju, pain in the side, h. UiH It. (i.C. I cirrnn- I. i . IIO- I I,Pnn,.f n.hpN l.Pintr bVse inillat OI1S- H - (Tr-AofiniR wishinir new sunnlies, and Store Keepers wishing to become Agents must address the Proprielo! J. N. Hobensack fto 120 N. Second St., Phila., Pa A'&mits in Monroe County. IJI. u. OllJliCJs illl.l XV. liuaiwii) uHuuuauiiij, II. Peters, jr. & co. Marshals creek; Stapieh & Shivley, Analomink; J. Hell, Experiment Mills . Hrodhead & Hro. Dutots'ourg ; 11. & J. Kintz, Paradise ; J. Merwine, Merwines burg; Daily & Tumbler, Eflert; Edinger & Marsh, Fennersville; Keller & Hoffman, Kellersville; and nil dealers m drugs ih'JOUgh out'the county and State Price esclj 2$ cents, n in 1 1.. Ci r,..tiuimrn ! March 0, 16&3. every person wm enceavor io promote meir n Trag- ?p A TJRa B SPr&tjPc own health at all sacrifices. 1 feel it to be S!?S4r my duty to solmenly assure you that worms Mt -iW What can be got for Fye Dollars!! The undersigned have entered into an ar rannement hv which thev a?ree to furnisl the Knickerbocker Magazine, (monthly.-) the shc Home Journal, (weekly,) and the Mu&i cat World and Times, (weekly,) to new sub senders, at the very moderate urice of fiv . . . I dollars a year ior the three publications ; orders, enclosing that amount tn Dver & Wi - - - lis. will be nromnllv attended to I . SAMUEL I1UPJSTON Publisher of the Knickerbocker. MORRIS & WILLIS, Publishers of the Home Journal i TMmr. . . . -Ullilt WILLIS, Publishers of the Musical Word and Time?, 257 Broadway, New York r;,fl1),r, , a ,;o;,.'rw,,W,V5 I J . . Arrangements have been made to furnis tne i'lMCKKRBucKrjK Magazinl, tne iiojin . 1 I - - .1 T T Journal, and the Nnw York AIusical World and Times, to new subscribers, for five dollars a year! This is cheap literature with a vengeance. The Knickerbocker i S3 per annum; the Home Journal, S2; and the Musical World and Times, S3; making S3 a year at the usual rates. That three such works can be obtained fur five dollars a year, is a fact-trulv worthy the Caloric age wnicii is iust now beinir ushered in. Or the Knickerbocker MrgazTne, edited by Lewis- Caylord Clark, it is&unnecessary to speak. For twenty vears it has boon the most geni- al, humorous, and spicy "monthly" in the al, humorous, and spicy "monthly world; and the present volume will be better than any which preceded it. The Home Journal, edited by Geo, P. Horns, and I. i Willis, is well known as the beet family newsponer in America; and the Musical World and Times, edited bv Richard Storrs Willis, with Lowell Mason, Geo. II. Curtis, Thomas Hastings, Wm. P. Bradbury, Geo f . Hoot, and other musical writers contribut- ing; and whioh gives, among other things, o ver 25 worth of music and a full course o instruction in harmony annually, is the very best musical journal ever published. Those three publications will post a family up iu re gard to nearly everything worth knowing; Art, Sciecno, Literature; Music, Painting Sculpture; Inventions, Discoveries; Wit, Hu mor, v ancy, Sentiment; the Newest rush 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. d dress DYER & WILLIS, 257 Broadway. jEditors publishing the above three times, aud sending the papers containing it to Dyer &, Willis, will receive the three works named, fot one year The undersigned having lo cated himself in the borough ol 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 ol Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Carriage Harness, Sulky and Gig Harness, I cam Harness, leather, cotton, aud worsted Fly nets, 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. hs lnalem 3 W,H e of Hie beat quahtj, and as he employs none butgood workmen, nG I,0i,us LO receive a iiuuiai anaic ui t,uui. i. i.i i i ui: patronage His motto is "quick sales and small profits." Call and sec lor 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 order. New Whole Sale aiid.Iiciail WitfE & liIU5S. STOKE. gli'oiuisEnirjT) Pa. The undersigned would inform Land- g-gylords and the public generally, that they have justopened the above business in StrniwlViiirrr Ji fho t-triro Iinitco fnfmnrlv nr. ;,i , f i. n Moiint n Wp' Sitnm. , , , , , ofi, n? and have on hand a large stock ot c WZWES ASD LSQyOiMS 0fan kinds and of the best quality, direct from t,e Custom House, which they are prepared ,nRn tn l-mrilnrdsand others on the most rea- tn sell to Limrilordsand others on the most rea - n uc termg. Our stock consists of French i t i i t t tii i Jirundv, darK anu pale. 2Vo, reacii, JJiaCK- Cherry Brandy ;l!ol "7 " " t ": ., JW' J. e " 'T 7 . ' Z. itt:.. p. c- vv s c v .s i . ii hi:l. i ui u liwccl muiii"1 g3, VUrrailt ailUOUampagUO I lie, LCC iVU .... , i i i. i;,, r ,.n i sn. fin iikiiii ;i iiii'i: klula ui iji lll: 5 ui nil .. , r i ... - n u...i i ""jonns, irom io o gauons, uou.es, anu generally any inmg mat can ue asueu ioi ... our line Landlords will find it greatly to their ad vantage to deal with us. We have no hired agents to sell and distribute liquors for us at great expense, which must be paid for by the consumer. Those dealing with us we intend shall be satisfied with the article they get, as well as the price, and whenever they are not, we will be pleased to have them return the tquor, and make the fact known, for we in end to make it a permanent business, and can only do so by dealing honorably. All orders sent us, by stage drivers or others, will be promptly attended to, the same as though the person was prescut dealing for himself. July 8, 185lJ. P. S. POSTENS & Co. JOHN PALMER & SON w - mr - rx a i l.irtmir t r t v : r Tvr- KitY JiOi JliUli-' JiJUJ. luioiiu tuu iui- linnf nf Rfrmidsl.mvr ind vicinilv that they have on hand and arc manufac- turing PUR TALLOW CANPL&.S, :n ),e Borousrh of Strotldshurg, und will cc constantly on hand a full supply, ,rhiili tliov nfFnr for k.iIp nh sis low rntfs . .... 115 WV3 UllU aba,,J iawiwUU. , , , . 0A l.i;cI,.n,,f Call botore purchasing elscwhcro. Stroudsburg, June 1G, 1853 HS'sroclhcad & Rolbcrls, 2 "WHOLESALE DEALERS IN , Shoes & Straw Goods, No. 135 North Third Street, PHILADELPHIA. April 14, 1853. 3rii 8 A great variety of Toys on hand and for sale cheap at the variety store of SAMUEL MIC'LlOK. Stroudsburg 6,, May 1858, 500 BOOK AGENTS WANTED, Any good, active and intelligent man, wjth a small capital of from $30 to ir100. ran make large profits by engaging in the sale ol ihe following POPULAR AKD USEFUL BOOKS inamocrs jniormalion lor ihc rconte : or Popular Fincyclopedia of Useful Knowl edge. 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The. fortieth edition with one hundred engra vings, showing Diseases & Malformations of the Sil Ml Females, being of the Mfir' highest importance to married people, or those g&V' contemplating marriage. By Wi3s:a.m Yomss, EI. S. Let no father be ashamed to present a copy of the JEsculapius'.lo his child. It may sae lirn from an early grave. JL.et no young man or woman enter into the secret obligations ol married life without reading the Pocket JEs- culapius. Let no one sintering Irom a hack nied cough, pain in the side, resless nighs, nervous leelings, and the whole train of Dya- eptic sensations, and given up by their phy sician, be anotner monument, wunoui 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 nuseas 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.) DR. WM. YOUNG, No. 152 Spruce st. Philadelphia. February 17, 1353 ly. OFFICE TO PROCURE By a recent Act of Congress it is enacted. riial each of the surviving, or the widow or minor children of deceased commissioned and noncommissioned officers, musicians, or pri vates, whether of regulars, volunteers, rang ers or militia, who performed military ser- ices in any regiment, company or detach ment in the service ol the United blates, in the war with Great Uritiau. declared by the United States on the eighteenth day of June 812, or in any of lhe Indian wars since 17U0 and each of the commissioned ofheers who was engaged in the military service of the oiled States in the late war with tuexico. and shall be entitled to lands as follows : Those who engaged to serve twelve months or during tne war, anu acuiany serred nine months, shall receive one hun dred and sixty actes: and those who engaged to serve six months and actually served (our months, shall receive eighty acres; ami lose who engaged to serve for any or an indefinite period, and actually served one month, shall receive lorty acres. Provided. mt wherever any officer or Soldier was mnorablv discharged in consequence ol 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 lor which he peqengaged to seivc. Under the above act, and tlic acts oi i,on ress generally, the subscriber oilers his ser ices as agent to procure Land Warrants for those entitled to receive them, as above .spe cified. He may be found at his otlke in Stroudsburg. iS. C. BURNETT. October '27, 1850. Nubian (ftucni )otcl, Elizabeth St., Stroudsiiuro, Pa. b22 The undersigned respectfully in ffiili forms his friends and the public gener JlSiilL.illy, thai he has taken the above Hotel, known to the travelling; community as 'Shsve- ly's Old Stand," and recently kept by Geo, Swartwood The house is large, with ever convenienca for travellers and boarders. The vards 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 his custo mers. The Stage office for the Easton, M. Chunk, Wilkes-uarre, White Havenand Providence stages will hereafter he at the above Hotel. -Persons wishing to go or send with the a hove stages, wijl please leave their orders at the Indian Queen Hotel. These lines leave this lintel every Mou day, Wednesday, and Friday morning at o'clock. ' . JOSBPII J. POSTENS. Attorney ut Law, STJtOUDSBURG, MONROE C0UNT1' , PA. Office on Elizabeth street, formerly oq oupied by Win. Davis, Esq. May 9, 1851. if Ml m M fis-&&k p.ilu"13" fcystern in every Ff PA shape and form. To m klW m which is added atrea- line ri trio llicaicoc -( JOH?a H, STORES General Agev.t for Monroe Co. for the sale of B!akeJs Patent Firc-Procf Paint, or Artificial Slalc, Which in the way, of Paint is Yarrantcd to surpass in cheapness and durability ay thing that has heretofore been offered to the public. In no instance has it ever been known to crack, cleave off, or waste by lime. 11-' nh has on hand a large and mw well selected stock of which have been purchased for cash and must be sold. Stroudsburg', January 13, 1853. J 0 H U 7. E U X T 0 K'S CHEAP FASHiOrtABLE On Elizabeth street, one door below: Wr. Dean's residence, Stroudsburg, Pa. iwj&s- The subscriber having jllst, com 3i30 pleted a large and spiendid as tgis&3$ -srln,ctU f he lastcst Fall and Winter fashions of Hats & Cap invites the attention ol his old patrons aud the put-lie generally to the largest stock ever olTeied in Slrouds!)o'rg,coni;isting of Man's moleskin, fur, silk and Kossuth hats of eve ry price and quality. His itoek of Caps consists of silk plush, cloth, oil silk, oil lin nen, 'and velvet. Hoys hats and caps of! every description. j.:incsi' Muffs. A superior article on hand. Also, a large assortment of Hoots and Shoes of the latest style and of a superior quality. Dressed and undressed Moroooo, Kid and French skins. Yellow, pink, blue and white linings, and binding skins. Prunello and frongee; Hoot and shoe trees; Lasts-of every description, and a general assortment of findings. -41so Cotton & silk uuder-shitis. N, H. Thankful for past favors and de sirous ofa continuance of the same, he will sell at the New-York and liaston prices. JOHN W. RUXTOtf. November 11, 1852. REMOVAL V. WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL Boot anh 8l)ot MANUFACTORY!!, 57g'g The subscriber respertfuly informs1 '1 his customers and friends that he has removed his Boot and Shoe Manufac tory to the store room formerly occupied by Joseph Sigrnan. in Roriharnpton 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 Poots, Enameled Congress Boots', Calf Napoleon Boots, Patent Morocco Na poleon Boots, Brogans, &c. for Getlemeti and Boys. Also on hand a large assortment of Shoes for Ladies and Misses. Women's fashion ole Gaiters of every variety, made to order at short notice. A large assortment of Chrt drens Shoes always on hand. GUM Shoes of all descriptions and kinds, which he is selling CHEAP FOR CASH. The coods are manufactured of the best materials and in the neatest and most fash-r ionable manner, lie employs none but the best workmen about his establishment. Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto fore received, every effort will be made to merit a continuance of the same. THADDEUS SCHOCir. Easton. September 1(5, ISd2. Cll! e of Consumption. Liver Complaint. Colds, Coughs. Asthma, Bronchitis, and all Throat and Lung Cam plaints. I have published a brief work on Consum ption, which contains an invaluable recipe for the cure ofthe.se prevalent diseases, even, in their worst stages, when friends and phy sicians have given up all hope. The Lung balsam prescribed in this work Cures wilhou the expensive aid ol physicians or injurious, use of patent medicines. In adopting this lent of Cure the patient knows ichat he is ts- in knows that lie is no? shortening his pays by the use of anodvnes or mercurials. which may seem to Relieve but never Ctirer He knows when using this Lite-saving Bal sam, that he is taking mild, pleasant, effica cious remedies, such as Nature prescript. tor the ills her children suffer. 1 lie ingredi ents composing this Lung Balsam are obtains, able (cheaply too.) wherever consumption exists, proving that Every ill has its antidote Consumptive patients may Rely on this recerp (all Luny Complaints are removed by its use) lwould not attach my name to it, had i l .-.i . ..c .. . 'i'iw. .i. . r-. preparing and ufctng the Balsam arepeifeetlv plain, 1 prefer selling the Recipe to makingj the Balsam, as it enables people to Mai their own Medicine at a Trifling Cost. 1 Wtl impart the secret of making the Balsam, and the Family right to use it, for Si, hut m case will I sell it for speculating purposes'. Proof of its Goodness. Jackson, Mich. March 21, 135 1. Doct. S. TOUSEY Sir: You wished m4 to let you know what effect your preparation' of Medicine for Consumption and other dis eases hud in my family. After the fir.4 ten days my wife gamed iu weight 3 ins, relieved her cough, changed her countenance, and all appearances were better. My lamily woukl not be wi!Png to do without it. It is a mad-, icinemuch needed iu Jackson there is many cases simular to. my wife's. IThe Ilev Mr. Blanchard will write )ou for a recipe. Kes pectfully yours. . O. F. POOL. Address, post paid, (enclosing Si.) Dr. S"., TOUSEY, 10G Nassau slretet, New Yorltv-i The work goes by mail under seal. Oi tober 7, lSyl-Gm DissoEutioEa of PartsiershSpV The Co-Partnership heretofore existing un der the firm of Palmer &. Peakck, in tWe manufacture of Candles, has been dissolved by mutual consent. The Books and Accounts? are in the hands of John Palmer, to whtm all indebted are requsted to make payment. PALMER & PEARCEL" Stroudsburg, June 1(5, 1S5I5. N. B. John Palmer & Son having purebr ed Pearce's interest in the Stock, the baj. ness will, as heretofore, be carried o.i at ttf old stand, by John. Palmer S,un, who x.Vk a continuation of public paUonage. ; (J OATS". fine scented Soups fqrwnsH ing ami shaving a so the ee qbrtitd shaving cvfcam, for sn e by SirouObKTf , Nov. 13, .. BLANK DElim . . For tfa'le nt this OfCi. irf-n , r-"rt-fi'TiirilliflaHA.rfarifiiiTli.-.iiriir