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THURSDAY. MARCH 16, 1865.
A new arrival of elegant Neck Ties,
the handsomest ever seen in the town.
Also the best quality of kid Gloves for
gentlemen, all sizes aud colors, at Pyle's
Easton Hall of Fashion opposite the Old
KSrPrcfcssor Van Arsdalc, of Philadel
phia, has been in town for several days,
during which time he has made phreno
logical examinations of the heads of quite
a number of our citizens. The Profes
Hor will deliver a Lecture on the science
of Phrenology, at the Court House, this
evenin", the admission to which will be
1 fl .nil fa Public examinations will bo
made at the close of the lecture. The
public will doubtless gain valuable infor
mation from the Lecture.
On Tuesday Evening last, the Cour
TTmicA W!iR. rrnwded to overflowing, to
witness a Eeries of tableaux, gotten up un
der tbe auspices of the young Ladies and
Gcptlomeu of the Presbyterian Church
Tc entertainment passed on with per-
ect success and very great satisfaction to
the audience. It consisted of seventeen
representations and dialogues, presenting
historical and every-day scenes in an in
structive and amusine licht. Where ev
cry scene was good and every performe
did well it would be in bad taste to speak
er any in particular. The satisfaction o
the audience was so clearly expressed as
to call for a repetition of several of the
scenes, and indeed made necessary a rep
etition of the whole entertainment on
Wednesday Eve. "We uudestaud the re
ceipts of the Exhibition amounted to
Benjamin Butz, who for over three
years has been engaged in helping to flog
the Bcbels into allegiance to their coun
try, returned to his home. in this place on
Ben. was taken prisoner on the 27th
of last October, on the Boyd Town Plank
Road, South West of Petersburg, Ya.,
and was recently paroled aud is now
, 1 y t
waiting nis excuange, wnen nc win again
take up arms against the traitors, and we
trust soon, glory in
vindicated against their vile assaults.
Ben. is in good spirits, and looks halo and
and hearty. It has been his lot to see
some service ami ne lias been once or
twice slightly wounded.
The Kew Hampshire Election.-Increased
Concord, N. H., March 14. The elec
tion of State ofScers, and members of Con
gress, and the Legislature took place to
The Republicans supported Frederic
Smythe, for Governor, and the Democrats
Edward H. Harrington, both gentlemen
residents of Manchester.
The returns received at an early hour.
this evening, indicate that Smythe s u
jonty will exceed 6000. Many towns
show considerable Union gains over the
vote of last year, when Gilmore's majori
ty was about OOUU.
Dover, N. II., March 14, 10:30 P. M
Returns from 19 towns give Genera!
Marston (Rep.) for Congress 4607 : Mar-
cy (Dein.) 2904 ; Sawyer 237. Mars
ton s majority over Marcy 1643. This
insures the election of three Republican
members of Congress from New Hamp
snire, a gam or one.
Concord, March 14. The vote for
Governor in 127 towns foots up as follows
bmytne, 24,000 : Harrington, 18,313.
General Marston is elected to Concres:
in the First District by nearly 1500 ma
jonty, and in the other two Districts Rol
lins and Patterson are re-elected by about
The Republicans have elected all the
councillors, nine out of twelve senators
and wnl have a majority of about 100 in
The values of three articles to Pcnn
sylvania for the year 1864, were as fol
And the internal
revenue tax to the
A.St . ..... ?3,925,788 68
a. m; -jveystone state" is within her
self an empire of mineral and aericuknw.1
wealth- In this respect she has no peer
JU cue KtUlVU.
All moneys due to deserters from the
army at Ujc time ol desertion will bv
juuvisiuus oi a urn now pending, be de
posited dv the omcers in charge to be
carried to the credit of the Treasurer of
tJie United btates for expenses of recruit
ing, if the deserter belonged to the reg
ular army ; ana to tne appropriation lor
collecting, drilling and organizing volun-
Every fort now along the entire coast
f the United States is again in possess
ion of the lawful authority pf the nation,
md tkejflag of the Union floats over-them.
From Gen. Sheridan.
In Expedition through the Mud:
THE CAPTURE OF CHARLOTT&VILLE
THE MAIN "FEEDER Ul"
MOND BADLY DA3IAW
Onr Troops wilmii xo
The Shooting of Commodore Hollins.
The Rebels Greatly bewildered.
official from secretary stanton.
War Department. )
Washington, D. C, March 18, 1SG5 j
Ma for-Gen. Dix : The following report
nf Clort Sherndan s operations lias Dcen
received by this department.
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Edwin JU. stanton, &ec. ot war.
City Point, Va., March 12, 1865.
Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary
of War : The following dispatch is just
U. S. Grant, Licut.-Gcn
Hdqrs. Middle Military Division
Columbia, Va.f March 10, 1865.
Licut.-Gcn. U. S. Grant, Commanding
Armies United States.
General : In my last dispatch, dated
Wavnesborough, I gave you a brier ac
count of the defeat of Earlv by Custer's
Division. The same night this division
was pushed across the siuc Itidgc, and
entered Uharlottsville at & p. m. tne next
dav. The Mayor of the city and the
principal inhabitants came out and deliv
cred up the keys of the public buildings
I had to remain, at Charlottsvillc two
days. The time was consumed in bring
ing over from Wayncsborough our ammu
munition and pontoon trains. The weath
er was horrible beyond description, and
the rain incessant. The two divisions
were, during this time, occupied in de
stroying the two large iron bridges, one
over the Rivanna River, the other over
Mose's Creek, near Charlottsvillc, and the
railroad for a distance of eight miles, in
the direction of Lynchburg. On the 8th
of March I sent the Firct Division, Gen.
Deviu commanding, to Scottsvillc, on the
James River, with instructions to send
out light parties through the country and
destroy all merchandise, mills, factories,
bridges, &c., on the Rivanna River, the
parties to join the division at Scottsville.
The division then preceded along the ca
nal to Duguldsville, 15 miles from Lynch
burg, destroying every lock, and in many
places the bank of the canal, At Du
guldsville we hoped to secure the bridge
to let us across the river, as our pou toons
were useless on account ot tne nign wa
ter. In this, however, wc were foiled, as
both this bridge at Ilardwicksvillc were
burned by the enemy upon our approach.
Merritt accompanied this division. The
Third Division started at the same time
from Charlottsville, and proceeded down
theLynchburg Railroad to Amherst Court
House, destroying every bridge on In
road, aud in many places miles of the
road. The bridges on this road are numer
eus, and some of them five hundred foe
We have found great abundance in this
country for our men and animals. I
fact the canal had been the great feede
of Richmond. At the llockfish river the
bank of the canal was cut, and at New
Canton, where the dam is across the James
the guard lock was destroyed and th
James river let into the canal, carrying
away the banks and washing out the bot
tom of the canal.
The dam across the James at this poin
was also partially destroyed.
I have had no opposition. Everybody
is bewildered by our movements. I have
had no news of any kind since I left
The latest Richmond paper was of the
4th, but contained nothing.
I omitted to mention that the bridsres
on the railroad from Swoop's Depot on
the other side of Staunton to Charlotts
ville were utterly destroyed; also all bridsr
es lor a distance of 10 miles on the Gor-
The weather has been very bad indeed
raining hard every day with the excep
tion of four days, since we started. My
wagons nave trom the state or the roads
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w ine ijrusunt ume we nave can
lured fourteen pieces of artillery, eleven
at waynesborougb, and three at Charlotts
'I he party that I Sent back from
Wayncsborough started with six piece
but they wero -obliged to destroy two
tne six lor want of animals. The remain
ing eight pieces wero thoroughly destroy-
We nave captured up to the present
time twelve canal boats laden with sun
plies, ammunition, rations, needed stores,
I cannot speak in too high terms ofi
Generals Merritt, Custer and Devins.
ana tne omcers ana men or their rnm
mands. They have waded throush mud
and water during this continuous rain
and are all in fine spirits and health.
Uommodore Hollins of the Rebel navv
was shot near Gordonsvillc while attcmp-
ting to make his escape from our advance
m tnat direction.
Very respectfully, your obedient ser
P. II. Sherridan, Maj.-Gen. Com'g.
Baltimore, Mareh 14. A returned Union
prisoner who reached Anuanolis to.dnv
direct from Richmood, communicates
some interesting intelligence in relation
io tne state ot amnrs at Richmond, and
Sheridan's movements. lie says he was
connned m Uastle Thnndor n.w,i.
tne iriends of union citiznR ?
there, obtained much inFnrmnt;.
. - "vivu xgar
tive to events transnirino- .,i,t .i,:t.
the Richmond papers are silent.
Un Saturday night last Richmond m.
thrown into a state of intense exeitenient
ny tne announcement that Sheridan was
near the city. The. alarm, bells
runpr and an tne uume , j
available man that could do sparea, wab
hurried off to repel tne
were said to he at Beaver Mills aqueduct,
on James River, some twenty wuwuum
the'city, destorying tno canai, wmcn ia
the main feeder of Richmond.
The excitement bouuuubu un uiuu
i J tV.wMinlimif Run.
and ineruasuu tu u puuiv imuuguvi.
day and down to Monday morning.
When he lelt the, excitement sun pre
vailed. It was understood that Sheridan
had succeeded in the destruction of the
anueduct. blowins it up with gunpowder,
and it would take at least six months to
renair the damace done by him
During Sunday aiternoon ricKeitb
Divison passed Castle Thunder in great
haste, on the way to meet Sheridan.-
There is a ferry near the Aqueduct, and it
was believed that Sheridan's purpose was
to cross the James, and strike the Dan
illc Railroad near the coal holds, where
there is an extensive bridge, destroy that,
and thus complete the destruction of the
communications ot lucbmond,.and tnen
make a iunction with General Grant.
Movement indicating, prepartions for an
abandonment of Richmond, have been in
progress for some time. The- heavy ma-
fihinerv for manufacturing iron has been
removed, also the machinery of their per
cussion cap factory, and all the carpenters
in the town are at work tolling large uov
ernmcnt orders for packing boxes
The hisrh water in the James had sub
sided so much that the boat which con
veys passengers from Richmond could no
pas3 above Rocketts as she had been doing
previously. From this oirjeumstance it is
hoped that Shoridan will find less dfSculty
in crossiug uiu auuama iu uia iiuc u
Darin? Attempt to Rob
Millville, N. J., March 18, 1865
A mostdariug but unsuccessful attemp
was made last evening to rob the Bank at
this place. The affair took place about
cijiht o'clock, P. M.. and occasioned the
greatest excitement. One of the clerks
of the institution called at the cashier';
house about that hour and informed him
that the walk on the outside of the bank
was covered with glass. This, however
did not excite a suspicion of the truth,
being supposed that it might have been
done by boys, but in a few minutes after
wards another gentleman stepped in wit
the information that whilst sitting in th
Baptist Church (a'few yards distant) he
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ncaru a snarp explosion, ana upon scoin
the glass as he passed by he felt confideut
tnat an attempt was being made upon the
vault of the bank.
Mr. Mulford, the Cashier, together wit
several other gentlemen, immediately
stepped over to the bank, around wine
some persons'had already collected. Upon
reaching the back door and opening it the
smell and smoke ot powder was almost
stifling, but he pushed on in although
there was no light at hand. He found
no one however. Others crowded in, bu
the burglars had flown. Spread out upo
the tables, counter and desks, were found
a very large and complete set ot burglars
tools or almost every description, crowbar;
chisels, and an immense sledge hammer,
weighing twenty-five pounds. On one
desk was spread quite a collation, consis
ting of roast chieken, celery, salt, butter
and whiskey. Two cans of powder, slow
matches and buaglars lanterns were als
among the articles left.
j.ne rascals nad been in tne bant on
Saturday night and all day Sunday, as
they had taken goods from the room
bovc, and with them had converted a ta
ble into a bed. Their mode of procedure
was as lollows The outer back door lock
was picked, and having affected an en
trance, their great trouble was to force
the two iron doors of the vault, which
were plated with the hardest steely They
nrst tried the crow bar as a lever, but un
sjucccsslully. They then bored throu;
to lock, and exploded it with powder.
It is supposed they made several attempts
at this before they succeeded, as the ex
plosiou was very loud ; but it eventually
did tne work completely. The lock
the outer door was blown with great force
against the lower end of the vault. Here
operations ceased, for the safe was yet to
oe opened, and no time was left to force
it, the noise of the explosion having a
roused the citizens. The rascals lost al
their implements, and did not get a pen
ny for their pains. The attempt, howov
er, was a bold one, and very nearly a sue
Singular Decision under the Enrollmen
Washington, March 13. 1865. Gen
era! Fry has made a singular decision un
dcr the new amendatory Enrollment act
There was long debate and contest in the
late Congress upon one point, "that
making the principal liable for tho mis
conduct ot his substitute. Twico the
House voted that this acceptance of a
substitute by the Government . officers
should be conclusive upon tho subject.
The Government surgeons, it directed
muai, u&uuruim me umcss oi tne men
presented, and Government must take
tho responsibility of its own examining
At last the House, to savn thn lull
consented to make the principal responsi-
uiu wuere it is proved tnat lie knowingly
put m a substitute physically unable to
perform the duties of a soldier. In other
words, the House consonted to punish
fraud. General Fry. in his infifcnifif.inns
to his subordimatcs, says :
-i a substitute, by reason of any ail
;nt existing at the time of muster, and
since tne passage of this act. Rh.-ill hn
bund incompetent to perform' the dutieH
or a soldier, tne principal will be held tn
service as though he had furnished ho
substitute. It a man furnishinc a sub-
stitute shall in any way encourage tho
said substitute in deserting he shall him.
self be placed in the ranks for the period
p i i ....
or wmon ne wag liable to draft,, dating
'rom the time of the desertion, of the sub.
There is nothing here is reference to
raud at the time of furnishing the sub
stitute . Cor. N. Y. Evcninn Post.
GOOD NEWS FROM BOTH.
Shermvn at Laurel Hill, i. C, Marcn
8. All well and Doing Finely. Gen-
cral Schofield all Kvjht. dragging
Bragg Defeated. He Retreats across
thc Muse Kiver.
SECRATARY STANTON'S DESPATCHES.
Washington, D. 0., 11 A. M., March
4. Major-General Dix : JJespatch.es
direct from Generals Sherman and Scho
field have been received this morning by
General Sherman's despatch is dated
March 8th. at Laurel Hill, N. C. He
f t n y t
"Wc arc well and nave doneuueiy.
Details are, for obvious reasons, omitted
General Schofield, iu a despatch dated
Newborn, March 12, states that on the
night of Jhc 10th, near Southwest Urcck,
Bragg was fairly beatcu that during the
nidit he retreated across the Neuse at
Kinston. and now holds tne nortn bann
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of the river at that place.
Edwin M. Stanton,
Secretary of War
Laurel Hill is in Richmond county,
North Carolina, thirty miles
Fayetteville, aud about thirty miles iroin
Cheraw, South Carolina. lroni layette
ville to Raleigh is some sixty milles.
Our Canada neighbors complain of too
full nockots lull ot lust wnat is a curi
osity on this line five and ten cent pieces.
The Toronto Globe declares that the
"American silver nuisance has
grown into proportions which render it
olmncK nnbonmhlfi and that ,bv cren-
oral consent, a discount of four per cent
is allowed and charged ou 2b and DU cent
nieces : but the s'mallcr coins, five and
ten cents, are received at par. ine
conseaucncc is, that ouarters and half
dollars are rarely to be seen, while tra
ders of all kinds arc flooded with five
and ten cent pieces. The Globe also
complains that American coin has driven
out the Canadian : aud that Canadian
twenty cent pieces arc as scarce as Brit
ish sovereigns, and that in fact the influx
of American silver has disarranged to no
inconsiderable extent the whole Canadian
course ot trade. uur nickel "cen's nre a
sun worse eyesores to oanaaians, ana m
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most or tne towus ana cities tncy arc no
longer tolerated as currency. Speculators
in currency imported them iu consider
able quantiies, and will have to return
thorn or suffer loss. "Silver nuisance"
sounds oddly enough to a people, who
have so Ions used only a paper circulat
Tbe longest line of railway in the
world is the Grand Trunk Railway, which
extends from Portland to Quebec and the
river Du Loup east, to Sarnia, at the foot
of Lake Huron west, with several branch
hues, including a total of 139G miles un
der one management. It is to be further
extended to Chicago, in a direct line from
Sarnia, by way of Lansing, the capital of
Michigan, distance of 320 miles making
a total of 1lu miles in all.
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At Camp Douglas, Chicago, there are
fourteen hundred prisoners on the sick
list, with an average number of interments
of six per day. One of the most frequent
causes of death is nostalgia, which is the
medical designation for home sickness.
The daily expense of supporting the pri
son to the Government, independent o
private contributions, is 8530 daily.
As there is in some sections a scarcity
ot agricultural labor for the season now
opening, wc remind those in want of
that large numbers of deserters from the
Rebel forces are now in and arouud Wash
ington, many of whom would gladly do
good work for lair wages. Those in need
of help in any neighborhood are advised
to club together aud send an agent do
to Washington or Baltimore to hire such
as seem worthiest of employment. Prob
ably the State Agents stationed in Wash
ington might hire single hands for those
requesting it. Tribune.
lherc is a man m Chicago who is do
ing a large business in healing the dis
eased by simply touching them. The
hall in which he manipulates is daily
crowded by hundreds afflicted by all the
ills that flesh is heir to. His patients
protes3 to belic'e themselves curod.
A paragragh is going tho rounds, to
the effect that "since the 1st of February
all receipts of whatever amount must have
on a two cent stamp," &c. This is in
correct. No change has been made in
the law, and only receipts for 820 or ovor
ncod the stamp.
A little girl employed in a paper mill
at Westyille, Conn., lately found 800 in
grecnDacKS m a pampiilet brought trom
Washington, which the proprietor con
crously allowed her to keep, and with it
her mother completed the payment of the
nouse in which she lives.
lho Democratic State Convention of
Pennsylvania will be held at Harrisbure.
in the hall of the House of Reprosenta-
uves, on tne zist ot June next.
Owing to the loner droucrht. tho Ktoek
of wheat in California is vcrv liVhfc
There is scarcely enough for seed purpo
ses. Flour is fourteen dollars a barrel.
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lherc are now about 115,000 miles of
railway in the world. Thero have been
consumed 40,000,000 tons of iron.
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By the new law any enrolled man can.
previous to being drafted,, go as a subti-
W. W Ketohum, Esq., of Wilksb arro.
ias been appoiuted Solicitor of thoTTnit.P.d
States Court of Claims.
Two hundred and forty thousand Unimi
soldiers have died in tho. service of our
The following progamme for the next
County Inisitute, to. be held at btrouds
burg on the 30th day of March next, con
tinning three days, was reported and u
naimously adopted :
, Tnursday, iu A. JU.
Alphabet Miss urodhead.
xnursuay, if. j.
Spelling Miss Jane Steele, and Miss Ma-
Tt.. j: Tnmns P1oii ir (inn A rrurl T.o
xtuuuiug a auio v"j-i
.A- A V v v
-S. S. Lesh and I
Writfnn Arithmetic Jacob Jiusn and
Friday, 2-P. M.
ifrlish firammar John D. Shafer and
Vocal Music J. Allen Clements.
Saturday, 8 A. M.
Lecture J. B. Storm.
For discussion Object Teaching.
Saturday, 2 P. M.
Lecture Dr, A. Reeves Jackson. -
Granting Certificates by Co. bup t
Tt was unanimously resolved that al
nnrenna intnndinfr to teach during the
uu&uvuw - - n w
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comin" vear, snoum do present lur caui
ination : and the County Superintendent
was accordingly instructed to give no
. . t mi tA
tine, tnafuo ccrtiiicatcs wuuiu uu liiuuiuu
to teachers resiamg in tne county, who
failed to attend the entire session of said
Institute. JACOJ3 US11,
Continued Desertions From the inemy
Notwithstanding that the Rebels have
put omcers on picKet duty, aesemuub
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from Lee's army are nearly as large as
last week. Over one hundred arrived to
day and took the oath. They all concur
that the ltebci supplies are very auamy
By Rev. Benj. S. Evcritt, at his rcsi
dence in Stroudsburg, on Saturday J'vc.
March 11th. Mr. Joseph H. Hagerty
Pocono township, and Miss busan U. lie:
ler, of Hamilton, Monroe County.
irrru' r i(Tnir-n-""'"-",JaM-""-:!:g,gl,r 1TTP,,f
As old winter's hastening on,
And may in a short time be gone,
An important question will
th mindsof manv fin.
Think yo, 'tjp when will war cease,
And our land enjoy sweet peace 1
Will Old England brave the whip
(She in foretimes vainly strove to slip)
By interfering 'gainst tho powers
Of "Micrht and Riirht," which still arc ours?
Will wily Nap of hoodwinked France,
Against justice dare to hurl a lance 3
Will oil stock remain at pari
Or, will some freak of future mar
The greaEeful projects of the many,
Counting largely, on the golden penny?
Questions somewhat important those
Second howe'er to, where clothes
Suited to Springtime be procured,
Of which men may be well assured,
They're neatly-Jitting and of latest style?
We reply to this of R. C. Pyle.
ftj"Wc are closinjr out our heavy winter
stock, at greatly reduced prices. Wo hav
also on hand a splendid stock of cloths, cas
simeres and vesting, iust purchased whic
our friends will do well to take a look at
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Stroudsburg, March 1G, 1805.
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iu latiu um piuce 01 SOLID (SILVER WARE-
navmg made a large purchase, they are ena.
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uy lun-u. ijttii unu examine,
Stroudsburg, May 5th, 1884.
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THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
OE AN INVALID.
-Published for the benefit, and as n CAU
TION TO YOUNG MEN and others, l.o
suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature
Decay of Manhood, &c., supplying at tho
same time The Mi:axs of Si:i.r-CuKE. By
one who has cured himself after undergoing
considerable quackery. By enclosing a post
paid addressed envelope single copies may
be had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq..
Brooklyn, Kings Co., N. Y,
Jane 2, 168'hly. " .
ripO THE NERVOUS
3.' AND DESI'ONl
ONDKNT OF BOTH
SEXES. A great sutler having been re
stored to health in a few days, after many
Dears of misery, is willing lo assist his suf
fering fellow-creatures Ly sending (free), on
the receipt of a postpaid addressed envelope,
a copy of the formula of cure employed.
Direct to JOHN il. DAGNALL,
Box 183 Post Office,
Jan. 12, G5. 5m. Brooklyn, N. Y.
COM JI UNI CATED.
Pulmonary Consumption a Curable Dis
ease ! ! ! -
The undersigned having been restored to
health in a few weeks, by a very simple rem
edy," after having suffered several years with
a severe lung affection, and that dread di
sease Consumption is anxious to mako
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of
To all who desire it, he will send a opcy
of the prescription used (free of charge,) with
the directions for. preparing and using tho
same, which the' will rind a sure cure for
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Cglds,
Coughs, &c. The only object of the adver
tiser in sending the Proscription is to bene
fit the afflicted, and spread information which
he conceives to be invaluable ; and he hopes
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the proscription will
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
United States Hotel,
Cor. 3d and Spring garden sis.
The undersigned, formerly proprietor
of White's Hotel, respectfully informs
the .citizens of Northampton and adjoin
ing Couutics, that on and after the 1st
day of April, 1SG5, he can be found at tho
above uamed popular Hotel. The house
has been thoroughly cleansed, re-fitted
aud painted, and now presents, in poiutof
comfort and elegance, the Cucst appear
ance of any hotel in the Eastern part of
Pennsylvania. The tables will be sup
plied at all times with the choicest the
market affords, aud the liquors wiUbshot.'
the fincstbotli foreign aud domestic.
Omnibusses run to and from the hotel,,
making conuections with a'l the trains.
Easton, Pa., March 9th, 18(35.
CLOTHING MADE BETTER!
THAW ANY OTHEIt I'flCE IN
UASTOff ! !
Under the supervision of a
NEW YORK CUTTER.
Who Never Fails to Please.
P. F. EILENUEllGEK.
March 9, 1865. (im.
Estate of DA VID EDIJSrGER, late oj
Hamilton township, decl.
Letters testamentary ou the above
named decedent, lato of tho township of
Hamilton, Mouroo County, Pa., having
bofin granted to the undersigned, all per
sons indebted to said Estntn will make
immediato payment, and thoso having
claims agaiust tho same, will present them
duly, authenticated for settlement.
JOHN K. EDINGElt,
Executor Smithfield'tsp.,,Jau, 2C, 1SG5. .