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Z vi cultural. lute SScep-Skins for Boor-Slats, We find the following in the Scientific A trricmi: , Tke two long-woolud sheep skins, and mke up a strong lather of soap ; the sign of proper strength is when the lather feels slip pery between the fingers. When the lather s cold, wash the fckins carefully in it, squce 7 nil them between the hands sons to take all i u dirUwtof the wool. When thisisnccom- ' t-bed, lift out the skins and wash them in t " ! water until all the soap is extracted, Have a vessel of clean cold water ready, to . Yrh MMiicalum and salt (about half a pound) " l'ich have been dissolved in a small quantity . t hot water are added, and the skins left to lvp ail night. They arc taken out in the ni irning and hung over a pole to drip. When all the alum water has dripped off, t :ry are spread out on the board to dry, and carefully streiched with the ham! from ' me to time. Before tltey arc thoroughly dry a composition of two tnbJespoonfuL- of alum id the same of saltpetre arc ground to pow- -r : R mortar or otherwise, and sprinkled lawfully on the fleshy side of each skin. They are then placed the one on the top of tV other, leaving the wool outside, amfhunjr up n a rack of slats, in a barn, shed or dry, i ry place, for about three days, or until they t iry are dry. They should be turned every '-v. After this they arc taken down, and t HesJi side is scraped with a blunt knife, ; i each skin trimed for a mat. The flesh ..i may then be rubbed over with pipe-clay, t with a switch, and will then be found h -, a beautiful white color, and fit for n "f-iiul for a mechanic or a prince. Soap Suds. T!i value of this liquicteis a stimulant gelation does not. appear to beirencral- ;pjireeiatel by our Agriculturists, i i v of whom tnalvc no use of it, although .11 their well known habits of economy 3 enterprise in other matters, we should i . been led to expect belter things. i :i state of incipient putridity, soap I is replete with the elements of vegc 1 li-s, iii a state of actual aud complete tion; the only condition, indeed, in !i it is susceptible of absorption and -imitation by the roots of plants. De 1 s its value as a powerful stimulant, it ' s.-.'sscs, also, very potent antbelmint-pr-perties. and when used in irrigation . . girden and field crops the best way, i . japs, in which it can be applied to . 2, tables operates as a speedy and ef fectual remedy against the ravages of 1-igS worms, aud most of the aligerousi ringed depredators, by which vegeta- t. are so often infested and destroyed. It, i, also, a most valuable adjuvant in ' c formation of compost. For this pur- a large tank or vat, capable of hold lrom three to four cartloads, should K constructed in some place easy of ac- s, and to which, without difhcultv, the i-u. irom tne sink and laundry can be uv. ycd. Into this reservoir all the -h matter produced on the farm and At the mansion, should be thrown i refuse, ashes, muck, rich soil, and p manure from the wood-shed; in short, w,y substances capable of absorbing ;it:h, fertilizing liquid, and retaining . r tii'j sou anci plants to which it is to pplied. Jiy a little syste t j mattew of this nature, the annual ) luce of our agriculture might be im - durably increased, and productive I iCity ol many farms, now regarded i- ;uuiost worthless, placed on a footing . (i il, if not superior, to the most fertile. . t ue has everywhere supplied in mu i .cnt abundance the means of fertility. i .a we nave umy to appropriate and ap j y ihein judiciously, to secure the best f ! -ml writers have estimated the value x 1 besd of suds, in a stale of incip . ; :tridity, to le very nearly equal to ,T ji a cora oi prepared manure. This I 'jbably an over estimate; yet no one ..a applied suds to vegetation, and . . !a,ly observed the results, can be ise than convinced of its very sreat J 1. WM f, , .. ak auu vaiue. uerc it is usea m , ' -ting operation?, it may be applied - crude state, before fermentation has ! . - . place. It will ferment in the heap. c . l t.iUB induce a povvenul chemical ac : i ni the ingredients, which will be in pr portion as to power, to' th-iir number z.zil c haracter3 and .the manner, or rather ? r agbness, with which they are iuter :4JJ.cJ. With a sufficiency of soap-suds uriie, a valuable compost maybe of any soil, even sand. Farmer :J Jiechamc. ( WS HOLDING UP TJlHIIt MlLK. It j well known that many cows when they t vi-t come in, when their calves are taken ,ir":u them, will hold up their milk some t l i .. n i.ts lo sucn a uegree as almost to ury i ..in reives before they will give it down A few years ago,' writes a correspondent ct au Luchsn news-paper, 'J. bought a ' aur cow, which proved to be very wild, i:ul when I took away her first calf she u iiA not give her milk. I had heard it remarked that putting a weight on the r s back would make her give milk u vrn. I accordingly drove her into a .tiile, got a bushel of grain aud put it on .r back. While iu this position, she LiJ no power to hold up her milk, for it r-.mc down freely. After doing this a fjw Lines, and afujwards putting my hand cn the back of the cow, it would give way and she would immediately give down her milk.' The rationale of the treat ment appears to be thai the weight con tracts the upward tendency of tlie ani Kials muscular action. To Dkive away Striped Bugs. It ii Etated in the Genesee Farmer, that to put a piece of assafoetida, about the seize cf a pea, in each hill of cucumbers will prevent them from being troubled 'with tin striped yeiiow bug. JSSrNow is the time for farmers to ,de frtroy noxious weeds before the seed ripens. One day, now, .w3i save many next season, Every Falsify should have v coyp An invaluable book, only 25 cts. per copy Man tmoxc thy sell. TR. HUNTER'S MANUAL & HAND JLS BOOK for the afflicted. Containin an outline of the Origin, Progress. Treat mem and Lure ol eory form of disease contracted by promiscuous Sexual Inter course, by Self-abuse, or Sexual Excess with advice for their prevention, written in a Inmilliar style, avoiding all medical tech nicalities, and everything that would offend the ear of decency, from the result of some twenty years succcsslul praciico, exclusive ly devoted to the cure ot diseases of a deli calo or private nature. To which is added, receipts for the above diseases, and a treatise on the causes, symp tome and cure oJ the rever and Ague, for twenty-five cents a copy; siv copies one dol iar; will be forwarded to any part of the U nited Slates, by mail, free of postage. Ad dress, postage paid, "liox, 196 Post Office or the Author, Io iSi rth Seventh Street Phil .ulelphia. rWTY DOLLARS IWtrr. Dr. Run X Icr will forfeit 50 if falling to cure any rase of secret disease that may come under tus care, no matter how long Mamhug or af dieting. Either sex are invited to his Pri ate Rooms, SS North Seventh Street PiladV v.-iuioui iear oi interruption irom omer pa tients. Strangers and others who have been iinfortnnatc in the selection of a Physician arc invited to call. liMl'U l li,io 1 I hrougli unrestrained inuuigeuce oi ine passions, oy excess or self-abuse, the evils are numerous. Prema ture impotency, involuntary seminal dischar ges. wasting of the organs, loss of memory a distaste for female society, general debility or constitional derangement, are sure to fol low. if necessary, consult the Doctor with conficencc ; he offers a perfect cure JIHAD AND REFLECT. The afflicted would do well to reflect before trusting their health, happiness, and in many cases their lives, in the hands of Hrysicians ignorant of tins ciass oi maladies. It is ceitainlv im possible for one man to understand all the ills the human family .ire subiect to.- Every respectable physician has his peculiar branch, in which he is more successful than his brother professors, and to that he devotes most of his time and study YEARS OF PRACTICE, exclusively devoted to the study and treatment of diseas es of the sexual organs, together with ulcers upon the body, throat, nose, or legs, pains in head, or bones, mercurial rheumatism, sliic- lures, gravel, irregularities, disease aiising lrom youthful excesses, or impurities of the blood, whereby rhe constitution has become enfeebled, enables the Doctor to otTer snceriv relief to all who may place themselves under Ins care. Medicines forwarded to any part of the United Slates; Price five and ten dollars per package. Nov. 18, !S.r2-ly. 300.000 Brick, Just burnt and for sale by the subscriber. 1'he.se brick are of a large size and of a su perior quality, and will be sold as low and lower, according to quality, than any other brick in the County. A portion of them are pressed or front, and cornice Brick of differ ent kinds. Said Urick are composed of ma terial that will stand the lire with impunity, thus answering for the purpose of building bake-ovens, &r..,all of which will be retailed at the following rates: Pressed or front brick at 1 50 per hundred 13est common hard biick U0 do do liesl salmon do 75 do do Best soft do 50 do do Filling-iii-brick 25 do do N. B. All kinds of grain, at the highest market price, taken in exchange for Brick, j and Cash not refused. WILLIAM S. WINTEMUTE. ! Stroudsburg, September 30, 1352. India Rubber Gloves, Milieus, &c, IIOUNTRY MERCHANTS, in making their purchases, should not neglect these desirable and saleable articles. Their manufacture has been much mproved re cently and they are made very durable. Particular attention is requested to the Wool Lined Gloves and Mittens, j They arc indispensable in cold and wet weather. Ladies will find these Gloves use ful in any work that will soil the hands, at j the same time that they will cure the worst Salt Rheum or Chapped Hands immediately. They are made all lengths to protect the arms and wrists. For sale by Wilcox, Billings & Co. No. 3 Church Alley, Phil'a. Goodyear's G5 Ches nut street do. J. & IL Phillips, Pittsburgh, Pa- Falconer & Haskell, Baltimore, Md. II. W. Sniffer, Charleston, S. C. Bart & Mickcox, Cincinnati. Ohio, and by all Rub ber Dealers in the Union. For s.tle at retail by Country Merchants generally. Novemher 25, 1352 2m NEW FIRM 2so. 71 Nortltamptan Street, Opposite the jbaston Bank. npHE subscribers having entered into a JL partnership Jor the purpose of continu ing tne iJiugnnd faint liusmessat the old stand of the late Mr. John Dickson, would offer their stnrk of Drugs, -Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, &e. &c. to old customers of ihe stand and Physicians and dealers in general. Please call and try us. W.J. DICKSON, A. N. SAMPLE. Trading under the firm of Dickson 6c Samvle, Sule Agents for Wetherili's Pure Ground W bite Lead. ICaston, July 17, 185 1. ly PAPER HANGING. C. U.- Wacuick. JJ ESPECTFULLY announces to the cit- i Ji Kit zons of Slroudsbuig and the surround iug country,' that ho still continues the above business, and may be found at his establish ment on Elizabeth street. All orders for Pa per Hanging will be punctually attended to, and executed in the best style, upon the most reasonable terms. N. ii. WINDOW SASH, painted and ylazed, ol all sizes, constantly on hand and lor sale at Hie above establishment. Stroudsburg, April 15, 1852. ly Z;w mid Iron Pipe. A general supply of Lead and Iron Pipe of an sizes, on nana ni an umes, and lor sale qy DICKSON 4- SAMPLE. Easton, July 17, 1851. ly. The subscriber has opened his new Hotel and is ready lo accommodate all who may fa vor him with their custom. JOHN II. MELIOK. Stroudsburg, May 27, l852.-6m. BLANK MORTGAGES For sale at this Office. gtrotsIbur and Eustoii Port Jcrvis, Munch Chunck and Scranton STAGE OWES. The Stroudsburcr and Eastern mail line of stages, consists of excellent four horse coaches, and leave8 J. J. Postens1 In dian Queen Hotel, Stroudsburg, Pa. every day (except Sundays) at 7 o'clock a. m. ar riving in Easlon before the departure of the cars for New York, or stages to Bethlehem and Allentown. (L5 'Phc following lines leaves Postens' Indian Queen Hotel, Stroudsburg, Pa. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning on alternate days: A line lo Port Jcrvis, leaving at 7 o'clock a. m. via Bushkill, Dingman's Choice and Milford. Returning, leaves Port .lervis immediately after the arrival of the morning train of cars to New York, at about ?5 o'elork a. M. Aline loMauch Chunk, leaving at 7 o'clock a. si. via Brodheadsville, where it connects with lir.es to Wilkes-Bate and Whcit Haven. Aline lo Scranton, leaving. at 7 o'clock a. at. via Bartonsvillc, Tanners ville, whore it connects with a line to Ilones daie, and connecting at Scranton with the cars for the west. These lines hold out strong inducements to the traveling public passing throughec tions of the country which are as magnifi cent and picturesque as any in the Union Having provided themselves with excel- cellent coaches, good horses, and careful drivers, they feel confident that they will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to all who - . " will patronize them. STOUFFER & OSTRANDER, August 10. 1852. Proprietors 1 5 V ine testimony m its iavor is over- wne mmg. xne proprietors arc uai y in receipt of letters and ccrtifncates, going to prove its remanent): emciency to ai. ill n. ' , cases of Avorms, both in children and a- luts. The relief given, and the immcdi- ate improvement of health which follows i f q nsn line onioil flio nf f ruif trm nf nlivsir j ww w. , cians to this ariic e, and they Ireely re- commend & prescribe it m their practice, The retail jyricc is 25 cents f)cr vialiclu-h brivis it within the means of all. Brooklyn, L. I. January 1G, 1847. 1 do certify that I gave one bottle of x. A.raimcstocK s irmiiuge to my enna, l IT 1 i 1V"I" " P J T "IT I md in scacu hours it passed large worms. Any person doubting tins may annlv for further information at mv resi- flonnn nnrncv of Vm-V nn.l .TnpVsnn sf.'s. A. A- mJ I i . ii no MrCAFFRPV Touslucccpsie, jN. 1. March 2 Ib44. I certify, that I took two vials of 13. A. Fahnestock's Yirmifure, which I found 7 SI en !. flir irrnitncf pnrn'fnv rrnrms T lmvn.hc has performed the duty he owes man- ci w t ,.m,i r i c i t uipu Nouns iyi a uuiuuti ui yuaia, auu x lave never louild SO good a medicine as A. I1 anestocK s Viriniiuirc. 1 there- , , . ore recommend it. MARTHA CLIFT. '111" mih hp is finnfmnn nrrntncf nnin-l ftwr. ..v. orfeits and spurious articles, and to pu no confidence m statements that ' Kolm ....V. . .U.1H VU UJ. .J f A. Mill 14 J I are the same or as good as the only gen uine article, which is B- A. Fahnestoclc's ermifttgc, For sale in Stroudsburg, by T. Schoch ihe subscriber hav- ing purchased the entire slock of Clocks, Watch- cs, Jewelry, $ c. of John II. Melick, intends car- ryin on the Watch Ma- king and Jewelry bitsi- ncss in all its various lorms, and in a man- ner, he trusts, tnat win give me most entire satisfaction, not only to himself but to those trusting the above mentioned articles with him to be repaired. He has renewed his stock by recent purchases in the city of New lork, which, together with his former stock, makes his assortment at this time one of the most splendid ever beiore oiiered in atrouds- ourg; among winch may ue lound uii the la- test fashions in the structure and embellish ment of dres3 Jewelry, viz: Breast Pin3, Ear Kings, ringer Kings, Oold Lockets, Snaps, uraceieis, ouaes, Slides, Sil ver Spoons, I3utter 13 rittania Ware together with a lent of Gold and Silrer Watch; Knives, and arge assortment es, Clocks, Perfumer:, t$c, together with all the articles that can be found in any es tablishmcrii of the kind. lleing an important as well as a skillful part of his business, he flatters himself he can give as general satisfaction to his customers and the public as can be done by any one, as he intends to keep none but the best work- men in is emu ov : and ee nur confidnnf - ' . - 1 tnat all slml invi prtirrt sntiKinrtmn rhinn . ...v..w.. 1 tllPin. llPlntOllrlu l f(oi-.lf. Ine l.'lillf limn n ry ,1 I ; r: : : . . - uiiuiiiiuii ii il iiiiimiiriiii fir.ffif-n fii u business. Anvlhinir in linn tl,nt hn m-. n, ....... .v iw k- iiuiu on nand, win be promptly procured from the city, hy calling on the subscriber at his shop, on JMizabeth street, two doors west of J. H, .Melick's old stand. SAMUEL MELIOK Stroudsburg, May 0, 1852. WATERfVJAiM & OSBOUW. N. W. Comer Second and Midbcrvi Streets. Jm;td(MOltiii. ' I OFFER FOR. sat.k A t.aiiv. ASsniiTN-T ' I TEAS, CO PS? KB, 1 At the Lowest Market rates. SEJGAK, i MOLASSES, i SPSCES. &. &a. I Those corrTmencing New Stores are par ticularly invited to ca"ll. (LT Altention.givenlto Produce. Philadelphia, January 47, l853.r3iu. ' To whom it may concern To the intelligent, the thoughtful, the philanthrovic. Your at tention is respectfully invited to a new, or iginal peculiar, and important worh uf 4o0 pages 18 mo., ana containing nearly one hundred engravings, and entitled, ESOTERIC ANTHROPOLOGY, BY T. L. NICHOLS, M. D. I3R1NC1PAL of the American Dydropath JL ic Institute, Educational and Thera peutical, at Portchester, N. Y., one hour's idslance from New York city on the New York and New Haven Railroad. A com prehensive and confidential Treatise on the Structure, Functions, Passional Attractions and Perversions, True and False Physical nd Social Conditions, and the most inti mate Relations of Men and Women, The title. Esoteric Anthropology, will seem strange to many, but it is thoroughly appropriate. AntJironolofTV is from Anthro- ftnx. n m:in. nnfi J.nrrns. a fxesrrmiian. -Uso. it i . 17 r" . " & i l teric, from Eso, within, signifies private, se- cret, interior, and was used by the ancient pnnosopners 10 uisunguisu meir ,uivaiu lortnrrQ nimn in tlip inlorinr"! rr thftir dwellings, upon the sacred mysteries science and philosophy, to their chosen dis ciples, from their Exoteric discourses, which were given to the public. Esoteric Anthro pology is, therefore, a private treatise on Human Anatomy, Physiology, Therapeutics auu wMbieincir-oii ;Y man-, am ,n . guage, u u..u nessof a private letter, under the seal of professional confidence. It contains the highest and deepest truths in every depart- ment of Human Physiology, with their indi vidual and social application; the true na ture and hidden cause of Diseasej the con ditions of Health, physical and passional; all that information which every human be iug needs, which few dare ask for, or know how to obtain, but which, amid the discord- ances and depravities of civilization, is of oriceless valued pricelc i i i ihere are many subjects! connected with the broad science of Human Life, of the deepest and most vital interest to man and the race, in regard to which a terrible igno rance every wliere prevails; an ignorance which is destroying the healths, shortening the lives, and sacrificing the happiness of millions which threatens the power of na tions, and the perpetuity of races. Professional works on Physiology are dry, mechanical, or chemical, astonishingly ig norant, as well as technically incomprehen sible. The popular works are superficial, meager, and necessarily wanting in the most important matters. The quack books are full of errors, lalse in science, absurd in philosophy, mischeiyous in morals, and uasey meccenary in ineir mouves. jn most cases tnese books are the advertising medi- urn of some specious charlatan, who wants patients, or letters of consultation, or who has some instrument to sell, or some nost- rum to palm off upon the credulous. Thp ivnrlrl lirw nppfl nf n flifHironf hnnlr from anv of these such a book as has never been written, and as cannot now be publish ..... , ii..,-.. , eu in tne usual way, soiu Dy ooonseuers, on hawked by agents or peddlers. The author ,J.fcUienu Al lruf,ulu SJ. ,eac". a Vi ' i 7 J , il u" ru .... . . . ...... . ..... . iran cripss ir nnvpr could have used in a work for the public, or one open to criticism. It is for his pupils and patients, lor intelligent men and women, wo wish to understand the deepest myste , ' '"e; "peciaiiy u is ior me nooie anu ' t lru.. ..... ' nouh to nrofil uv thein. Tner0 can scar I cely be any important question, which any man or woman can ever need to astc a phy sician, to which, this volume does not con . . ln a" answer, it IS SO complete 111 this respect, that the autnor hopes and believes that no one who reads it will ever need to trouble himself with a professional consulta- tion. It is henceforth his chosen method of medical instruction and practice, and in it kind as a healer of the sick, a preserver of health, and a teacher of the Laws of Life, Amonsthe subjects treated of in this work, are the followino: Man. and his rela- - . - ---- o tions to the bpintual and Material Uuiverse Human Anatomy, the Chemistry of Man; Principles of Physiology and the Active . .... . 1 I functions. Uraanic. Animal, and Uenera- tive; The whole Philosophy and Processes of Reproduction; The True Law of Marriage l he Conditions of Health; Causes of Disease; Curative Agencies; Processes of Water-cure; Diseases and Treatment; Passional Diseases; Diseases of the General System; I3rain and jNerves; Respiration; Digestion: Genera- Hon; Uestation anu raiturition; Lactation and the Management ol Infancy, etc., etc., including every important condition and pro- cess from the beninnino 10 the close of life, and containing especially I. A clear and amply illustrated view of (he structure of the human body, and all its complex organism, male and female. 2. A full account of the functions of life. with such an illustrated description of the evolution of the embryo, as has not before been given. 3. All that is known of health and dis ease, with the means for the preservation of the former, and cure of the latter, 4. So careful an explanation of the whole process of gestation and childbirth, as will enable every woman to dispense with the services ol a physician or professional mid- wife. Esoteric Ant hropologv is plain and simple in language, full in illustration, as comprehensive as the utmost curiosity can wish, and without one line of quackery, or the remotest hinting at a fee. It must be evident that such a book, writ- len with 1 the necessary freedom, and illus- trated with fullness and fidelity, must not bew projanea. it is not lor the counter, the oooK-stall, the library shelf, or the center table. Jt is not to be oiiered for curious ex- animation, nor urged unon those who ran uui appreciaie 11s vaiue. n is advertised, an(j to ohtain pensions antlhounfy lauds; 1500 gallons in casks of various sizes. Va that every one who needs it may obtain it, fnnniipn. dents, dividend W.imW n,7 ;J rious kinds and qualities, from 35 !o 50 jf he will. Whether the social pronriS bo true nr falqp tli nnlmr tin t .1. . ;' , ' fiuu 11c (,cio isvmicucu iu hCCi lllls OOOK IrtllVx ........ . . j esoteric, a pnvuie wort:, 10 ue sent as a con- I . t - . I umcmiai answer to a professional consuila- . . i ... . - j 1 1 . ... i no person will annhi inr ii. inim mill -iii inni.-o , . 4.1.. . ' , n" " " V'""" "J "O""' vn n owfli- 1 To all such persons it will be sfint HY MAIL, to any designated address. POST PAID, on the receipt of One Dollar, sent. free of postage, to T. L. NICHOLS M. D. Portchester, N. Y. CAUTION. AVhercas my wife Elizabeth, left my bed and board about 16th of April, 1853, with nut nntr umf ! 1 1 J J uluac u jirovuuaiiuii, mi persons aunuuuu nut iu irusi or naruor hnr tr my account, as I am determined not to pay any debts of her contracting. WAITS MAYNARD. Price township, Slay 23, 1853. 3t Country Produce. Butter, eggs, &c. taken in exchange for any goods in my line of business. SAMUEL MELIQaK, MONROE COUNTY mutual Fire Insurance Comp'y. lie rate of Insurance is one dollar on the thousand doars insured, after which paj-inent no subsequent tax will be Zcvied, except to cover actua oss or damage by fire, that may fa upon mem- hers ot the company. I rill. .n.l-r a - r 4 ii-ki infnmCt jliiu iiulu uiuiiua anoiii" uum niiwi I w , or otherwise, wut be ascertained yeawy, for -which each member in proportion to his h or thch. deposit iiavc a Each insurer or with the said company -will be a mem ber thereof during- the term of his or her pofrcy. The principe of Mutual Insur ance has been thoroughy tested has bcen iYcA DV tiQ unerring test of exneri ence ,and has proved siicccsslu and be como p0nuar. It affords the great- est security against oss or damage Un nre, on tne most auvauiagcoua ami iei sonabe terms. AppZications for Insurance to be made in person, or by letters addressed to JAMES II. WALTON, Sec'y. MANAGERS . John Edinger, John S. Heller, Andrew Storm, James II. "Walton, Silas L. Drake, M. II. Drelier, Geo. 3. Keller, Richard S. Staples, liobert Boys, Joseph Trach, Jacob StouiTer, Charles D.Brodhcad, Michael Shoemaker. li. S. STAPLES, President. J. II. Walton, Treasurer. Stroudsburg, Sept. 23, 1852 fllover's Isili MauuIUcloryv REMOVED TO No. 144 Race Street, (Between Fourth and Fifth, opposite Crown St.) JPIiilntlclp'tia. a 7STHERE lhe Proprietor is enabled, by V V increased facilities, to sunnlv the growing demand for HOVER'S INK, which its w fiR .snrpnd rnmitntion has created This Ink is now so well established in the good opinion and confidence of the American Public, that it is scarcelv necessary to sav ' j j In addition lo the various kinds of riling Ink, he also manufactures Adamantine Ce ' " mrnf ror mpr,fiino- f5Ns nnd r.him u as a superior Hair Dye; a trial only is neces- sary to insure its future use, and a Healing ira.r, well adapted for Druggists and Rottlers at a very low price, in large or small quanti ties. A fresh supply of "the above INK just re ceived and for sale at THIS OFFICE. HORSES MADE SOUND 1JY THE Horse Owner's Secret, Being a new and certain remedy for Ihc speedy Cure of Heaves, By Sir James LyiNdonton, Principal Farrier to his Royal Highness Prince Albert. flHllE great discovery contained in this lit X lie work procured Sir. lames his Raron- etcy. It is really worth its weight in cold to all who own or use Horses, it preenbes a Ccr- tain and positive curcforl hclleaves,wc any person can prepare. The remedy is belte- and cheaDer than anv advertised IfenvePmvr . . . - J der, and is perfectly safe, as any one can know who tries it. Horse owners know thai many a valuable Horse loses half its price ..... . .... . . ' scnued in tnis work will cure him and n- crease his market value, besides relieviii" the poor beast of a horrible complaint, simi- lar to the Asthma in a man. 1 he public can depend on this work; it is no catchpenny humbug. Ihe articles prescribed by Sir James are all cheap and can be had at any store. To prevent imposition the work will ue sent in sealed envelopes. 1'ingMsu prica four shillings and three pence sterling. American price, bl per copv. Persons or - dering Sir James' Work, are expected to con- fine his instructions to their own animals. It will be sent lo none others. An American Horse Doctor approoves of the above System! Read what he sails: Aim'leton, Ohio. Jul) 21. 1851 Mr Dukuekton, 1 have tried vourSecrct for the cure of Heaves, and approve ol it very much. Yours, truly, Witness, G. Long. S. Lake, Horse Dr. I o procure this valuable little work. Ad dress, post paid, JOHN DUN11ERTON, Enelish Horse Doctor, American Agent for James Lyndenton's Horse Owner s Secret, New York Post Office. The Secret is scntby mailat letter postage LAW CIRCULAR. OltTiilN'dTON G Sntiie.V AVash-J " ington, D. C, continues to practice lflw nYni 1' :n f,' inrmnft Jnrt nml 1 u .1 l . I ttt"u uaaus , , "o1, l'utu waiui3 .... "u " gainst me tiepartmenih, uurcnus, antt boards ot commissioners; to procure pat- nnf.s fnv Invnnfirm. at linmn mwl nluwwl f00?"00' dlwdfdM.C8,yndin, hentances in any part ot the United states on, fore rrn nnnntrins t.n mnlr. in.i " O" J 11. lji- i C 1 1 .1 .1 i mom.3 ui iuuuh in loans anu SIOCKS and . . . on bond and mortgage, and to negotiate the purchase and sale of loans, lands and ' patent rights in any state of the Union. u )ttii, 100 kegs 25 lbs. each, Wetherili's white lead, 50 do 50 do do do do 20 do 100 po do do do 100 boxes 8 by 10 Glass 1 75 do 10 by 13 do superior quality. 50 do 10 by I I do 3 10 bbls. of Alum JO bbta. Copperas 10 bbls. Rosin 1000 lbs. Potash 600 Gallons Linseed Oil 40 bbls. spirits Turpentine anything in its favor, and the manufacturer health, as we know from experience the sal takes this opportunity to say that the confr- utary effect they have upon week systems." dence thus secured shall not be abused. TVTni.r. TTvlilnnoft 2000 lbs. Potters Red Lead Dye Woods, Madder, Logwood, Fustic, Redwood, Cochineal and Indigo. ALSO superior Furniture, Coach, Illack and Japan Furnishes, by the barrel or gallon for sale by DICKSON j- SAMPLE. Easton, July 17, 1851. ly LIVER COMPLAINT, JJnimdioe, Dyspepsia, CJiroui r IVei'VOWs Ocbility, Diseases of Uic Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordered- Liver or Stomach, such as a constipation, in ward piles, fullness or blood to the head, aciJitv of the stomach, nausea, haartburn, disgust for food, fullness, or weight in tlie stomach, sour eructations, sinking or flutter ing at the pit of the stomach, swimming or the head, hurried and difficult breathing, flut tering at the heart, choking or suffocatiing sensations when in a lying posture, dimness of vision, dots or webs before the sight, fe ver and dull pain in the head, deficiency of perspiration, yellowness of the skin & eyes pain in the side, back, chest, limbs, &c. sud den flushes of heat, burning in the flesh, con stant imaginings of evil and great depression of spirits, can be effectually cured by Dr. IlooflaiuVs celebrated German Bitters PREPAREO BV Dr C I?! .Uaclisost, ' at the German Medicine Store, 120 Arch st. Philadelphia. Their power over the above diseases is not excelled if equalled by any other preparation in the United States, as the cures attest, in many cases after skil ful physicians had failed. These Ritters are worthy the attention of invalids. Possessing great virtues in the rec lification of diseases of the Liver and lesser glands, exercising the most searching pow ers in weakness and affections of the diges tive organs, tiiey are withal, safe, certain and pleasant. Read and be Convinced. From the Boston Bee. The editor said, Dec. 22nd-7Jr Iloojland's celebrated German Bitters for the cure of Li ver complaint, jaundice, dyspepsia, chronic or nervous debility, is deservedly one of the most popular medicines of the day. These Hitters have been used by thousands, and a friend at our elbow says he has himself re ceived an effectual and permanent cure of Liver complaint from the use of this remedy. We are convinced that, in the use of these Hitters, the patient constantly gains strength and vigor a fact worthy of great considera tion. They are pleasant in taste and smell and can be used by persons- with the most delicate stomachs with safety, under any cir cumstances. We are speaking from experi ence, and to the afflicted we advise their use. 'Scott's Weekly,' one of the best Liter ary papers published, said, Aug. 25 lDr. Iloojland's German Bitters, manufac tured by Dr. Jackson, are now lecommended by some of the most prominent members of the faculty as an article of much efficacy in cases of female weakness. As such is the case, we would advise all mothers to obtain a bottle, and thus save themselves much sick ness. Persons of debilitated constitutions will find these Bitters advantageous to their r. TT n ,T. . 1 11 V.on' . ' V- iTA,nel,nc iWa3or 01 11,0 uny oi uamuen, i. J.,says: ' Iloojland's German Bitters. We have seen many flattering notices ofthis medicine, and the source from which they came induced us to make inquiry respecting its merits. From inquiry we were persuaded to use it, and must say we found it specific in its ac tion upon disease of the liver and digestive organs, and the powerful influence it exerts upon nervous prostration is really surprising. It calms and strengthens the nerves, bring ing them into a state of repose, making sleep refreshing. "If this medidine was more generally used we are satisfied there would be less sick ness, as from the stomach, liver, and nervous system tlie great majority of real and imagi nary diseases emanate. Have them in a healthy condition, and you can bid defiance to epidemics generally. This extraordinary medicine we would advise our friends who are at all indisposed, to give a trial it will recommend itself. It should, in fact, be in every familv. No other medicine can pro- duce such evidences ol merit. Evidence upon evidence has been receiv- ed (like the forenoinc") from all sections of the Union, the last three vears. and the sirnntr- - j - est testimony in its favor, is, thai there ia more of it used in the practice of ihe regulur Physicians of Philadelphia, than all other I ..... . .. . esiauiisneo, anu iuny proving tnat a scien 1 1 r 11 ... tific preperation will meet wiih their quiet approval when presented even in this form. 1 hat this medicine will cure Liver Com plaint and Dyspepsia, no one can doubt after using it as directed. It acts specifically up on the stomach and liver; il is preferable to calomel in all bilious diseases the effect ia immediate. 1 ney can ue administered to Memale or intant with salety and reliable ben- K'ht at any t:me. Look well to the marks of the genuine. I hey have the written signature of C. Mi JACKSON upon the wiapper. and his name qlown in the bottle, without rehich they arc spurious. For sale Wholesale and Retail at the Ger- ,ia' Medicine Store, No. 100 Arch street, onu door below Gth, Philadelphia; and by respco- table dealers generally through the country. Prices reduced. lo enable all classes of invalids lo enjov the advantages of their grea 1 restorative powers. Simrle Bottle 75 cents. For sale by Staubikd & Wali.aak. Strouds hnrg' Pa :ug. 5, 1352. ly. OILS, TALLOW GREASE, AND GHIO MINERAL PAINT. 300 2500 300 barrels Machinery Oil. Price 75 cts. pcr gallon. gallons do do ralluns do do do to da i" uioi3 ui Viiiiuua niiu?. k .... 200 barrels Eoild Paint Oil .do do 5000 gallons do do do in casks of various size?. 350 barrels Tanners' Oil. Various kinds & mi.ilitmc fmm .tr infiilKis nor nnllnn. cts. per gallon. f-n . ri- 11 r y t ou .u,.;. ,u,iu u.wo,, ,u, uumui-s, and coarse machinery, in barrels or casks, of any consistency required. Price G cents per pound. 150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint, In barrels, at the lowest market price. Machinery Oil. warranted not to chill in he coldest weather, and considered by thosQ using it equal to sperm oil. Jioild Paint Oil, equal to P..,i tnan for white. - '""u u"' ucue- I am constantly :,.: i ,r l ,e r'lime(1 "tides, aml my mollo is, i ..huh proms and quick returns:" B. P. POND, 50 Water st., t i mtll !h Pearl sU 1Iouse') Now-York. July 1, 1852.Gm ATTORNEY AT LAW, Has removed his ofiice to his dwellin house, first door below the olltco of the "Monroe Democrat," and directly oppo site S. J. Hollinshead's hotel, Elizabeth street. . . Stroudsburg, Dec. 19, 1S50.