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Actual Results.
The following are the actual results as far
, heard from, making 149 electoral votes for
Harrison, to 7 votes for Van Buren, being one
More than a majority.
V. B.
Jtfp. 1. Connecticut,
jlSib. 2. Ohio,
No. 3. Maryland,
Mo. 4. Rhode Island,
Etfo. 5. New Hampshire,
fo. 6. New Jersey,
mo. 7. New York,
mo. 8. Pennsylvania,
No. 9. Kentucky,
mo. 10. Georgia.
From & Nctt England Paper.
General Harrison ia now virtually .elected
President of the United States, and Locofoco-
irn is dead and done. Its epitaph is written.
iThus it runs:
Conceived at Tammany Hall, and brought
forth at Kinderhook.
He promised Gold;
and he gave us Shin-plasters;
he promised a Curren
cy, and he gave us financial derange
ment; He promised Retrenchment and Reform;
and he gave us Extravagance and
re-created a
He promised one Presidential
term, and after occupying two he
originated the precedent of nominating
He persecuted to death the only de
faulter not of his own party:
and then he gave us his
Swartwouts and
his Prices,
Harris '
and his Boyds,
his Aliens and his Haw
kins, and a countless host of
other delinquents, who in other
times would have arrived
at the dignity of
but must now pass for small ones,
on account of the transcendent guilt
of their superiors.
He denounced the interference of office
holders with the electoral franchise;
and he then marshalled the
into a mercenary Swiss cohort;
and by a per-centage on
tbe salaries of his
He attempted to bribe the people
with their own
He professed to be a great lover of liberty ;
and he contrired an army of con
scripts; not a standing army,
but & locomotive one of
100,000 VOTERS,
to be transfer
red as
mark weights
to turn doubtful elections.
He profess'd republican simplicity, and ho
outvied the gorgeous splendors of
royalty, by his patronage of
foreign artisans, and by
their tinselled man
ufactures ;
The gold of his furniture being the only fulfil
ment of the prophecy ot the
that gold should shine through purses, and
flow ftp '-me' Mississippi.
He professed to love the laboring people ; and
he' ransacked the histories of
foreign despotisms to justify their scheme of
reaucmg tneir
Tf denounced the appointment to office of
Congressmen, and then he exceeded in
such appointments all his prede
cessors collectively.
Loco prophesied that in the event of such ap
pointments, " Corruption would be
the order of the day."
Impartial history attests the inspiration of the
Ho professed attachment to State Rights ; and
he disfranchised a sovereign ifate of
her sacred right of J&Bfiscnla-
He professed respect for representative a'ssem
t blics; and his infiuerjCe has charged
their deliberate character into that
of personalabuse, par'y
violence,' and vulvar
He professed a lov' 0f patriotism ; and he has
attempted to suy ;he reputation of the
purest ana most illustrious Pa
triot in (the secular history
r of the world.
by insinrVtions againt tho purity of his mo-
j4ive8, and those of his com
patriots, the
thus presenting the djonzMmo-contrast
that while the Broughams and
Guizotsj and the Patriotic of
the Old World, are ci-
ting with new en-1 "
thusiasm the -
of the
to encourage the incipient
hopes of Europe, the Rulers of
the New World, saved, under Prov
dence, by his valor and his wisdom are
The Locos are supposed to have descended
from Locus Focus, a Prince of a very hot
country; which name is supposed
by Heraldic writers to be a
corruption of
as these two words indicate the
Loco was severely shattered
SEPT. 10
by an avalanche from Bunker Hill,
and soon after he descended to the Torid
zones, presided over by his
his death rattle being nearly simultaneous
with the report of tho
On Tuesday morning 10th Nov. by Frank
lin Starbird, Esq. Joseph P. Robeson, of Bel
videre, N. J. and Elizabeth daughter of Dan
iel Stroud, of this Borough
3111 Sag'SP.
Persons drawn to serve as Grand Jurors for De
cember Term, 1840.
1 Jacob Dreher, Hamilton.
2 Henry Eylenberger, Smithfield.
3 John Staples, Stroud.
4 George Bittenbender, Hamilton. ".'
5 James Trach, do.
6 David Smith, Ross.
7 George Trible, Middlo Smithfield.
8 Jacob Mixsell, Rossr
9 Joseph Keller, Hamilton.
10 Levi Frantz, Ross.
11 John L. Wells, Middle SmithfiekU . ,
12 John J. Price, Price.
13 Joseph Shock, Stroud.
14 Joseph Fenrrer, Hamilton.
15 John Jones, jr. do.
16 Depew Labar, Middle Smithfield.
17 William Brodhead, Smithfield.-
18 Michael Shoemaker,- Hamilton.,
19 Abraham Transue, Price.
20 William Small,- Ross.
2L Frederick Brotzman, Tobyhanna.
22 John D. Frailey, Pocono.
23 John Bender, Hamilton.
24 Washington Overfield, M. Smithfield.'
Persons drawn to serve as Petit Jurors.
1 John Shoemaker, Hamilton-.
2 Adam Gatz, Ross.
3 George Artman, Hamilton.
4 John Labar, Pocono.
5 Henry Dietrich, Hamilton'.
6 William Casebeer, Smithfield.
7 Emanuel Gunsaulos, M. Smithfield.
8 Christian Mixsell, Hamilton.
9 Adam Custerd, do
10 Henry Miller, Stroud,
1 1 Samuel Cramer, do
12 Charles Frantz, Hamilton.
13 Charles Featherman, do
14 Abraham Gish, Stroud. V
15 Anthony Heller, do
16 Jonathan Coffman, Price. . ; ,
17 Benjamin Cortright, Middle! Smithfield.
18 Daniel Depew, Smithfield.
19 Abraham Arnold, Hamilton.
20 Abraham tenner,-sen. Smithfield.
21 William Long, Price.
22 David Eckert. Stroud.
23 David Nigh, Smithfield'.
24 Thomas J. Albrfght, Slroutf. A
CtC 1 J A J rln 'I
26 Jacob Crupe. Middle Smithfield
27 Jacob Shafer, Chesnuthill.
28 Barnet Walter, Middle Smithfield.
29 Christopher Barlip, Ross.
30 John Kresge, Chesnuthilh
61 George jarewer, oirouir.
32 John Merwine, Chesnuthill.
33 Peter Keller, Sfb"ud.
34 Simon Grubar, Esq. Pocono.
35 Jacob Bush, Middle Smithfield.
36 John D. Eck, Coblbach. - ' '
Take notice fliat I have applied to the Judges
of the Court of Common Pleas of the County
of Monroe, for the benefit of the Act' made for
the relief of insolvent Debtors, and that the
said court have appointed Tuesday the 1st day of
December next, at 9 0 clock in the lorenoon, lor
Hearing me and my creditors at the court house
in the borough of Stroudsburg, where my cred
itor's may attend if they think proper.
Snondsburg, Nov. G, 1840. t. c.
Came to the premises of the subscriber on the
10th inst., 2 Steers, one a brindle, the other a red,
also one white and red spotted Heifer. The own
er or owners thereof are requested to come forward,
prove property, and take them away, otherwise" they
will be sold according to law.
Stroud tsp. Oct. 16, 1810.
For sale at this office.
Whereas, the Honorable William Jessup,
President Judge of the llih Judicial district of
Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of Lu
zerne, Wavne, Pike and Monroe, and Jacob
Brown and John T. Bell, Esqs. Associate
Judges of the courts of Common Pleas q the
county of Monroe, arid by virtue of their offices,
Justices of the Courts of Oyer and Terminer
and General Jail Delivery, and Court of Gen
eral Quarter Sessions in and for the said coun
ty of Monroe, have issued their precept to me.
commanding that a Court of Quarter Sessions
and Common Pleas, and General Jail Delivery
and Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
for the said county of Monroe, to be holden at
Stroudsburg, on Tuesday, the 1st day of De
cember next, to continue one week.
Is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace, and Constables of the
said county of Monroe, that they be then and
there with their rolls, records, inquisitions, ex
aminations and other remembrances, to do those
things which to their offices are appertaining,
and also that those who are bound ny recogni
zance to prosecute and give evidence against the
nrisoners that are or shall be in the Jail of the
said county of Monroe, or against persons who
stand charged with the commission of offences,
to be then and there !o prosecute or testily as
shall be just.
SerilFs Office, Stroudsburg, )
November 13, 1840. S
God save the Commonwealth.
The partnership of theundersigned hereto
fore trading under the firm of Henry, Jor
dan & Co., was dissolved by mutual consent
on the 29th of August last.
John Jordan, Jr. & John F. Wolle, two
of the late partners are duly authorized to use
the name ol the late firm in the settlement of
their business.
John f. wolle.
Stroudsburg, Nov. 2, 1840.
Stoves for sale by
Stroudsburg, Oct. 2, 1840.
A general assortment of Russia Nail Rods,
Band Iron, English Blister, Cast and shear
Steel, Rolled and Round Iron, for sale by
Stroudsburg, Aug. 14, 1S10.
What is that we call the Constitution ? The
constitution is evidently that which constitutes,
and that which constitutes is the blood. We, there
fore, know that the blood is the constitution and
that a good or bad constitution is neither more nor
less than a good or bad state of the blood. There is
no person who, having lost health, does not wish to
have it restored. Use then the proper means. Ex
pel with Purgative Medicine all currupt humors
from the body, and the blessing, Health, will be
the certain result: for all pains or unpleasant feel
ings proceed from the presence of corrupt or vi
tiated humors, which are the real cause of every
disease, and therefore the only disease to which the
human frame is subject, because they clog up the
veins and arteries, and prevent the free circulation
of the blood. , .
Brandretli's Vegetable Universal Pills cure this
disease: because they femove the corrupt or vi
tiated humors' by the stomach and bowels, leaving
the good humors to give life and health to the bo
dy. It is morally impossible that they can fail to
cure, nrovided Nature is not entirely exhausted.
Dr.'Brandreth's Office for the sale of his pills
in Philadelphia, is No. 8, North Eighth street.
Sold in Stroudsburg, by RrcHAUD S. Staples,
in Milford, by J. H. Brodhead, and in Monroe and
Pike couuties, by the agents published in anotrier
part of this paper.
October 16, 1840'.
THE Subscriber not willing to be behind the
times, ha"s..,just received at his Store in the
Borough of Stroudsburg, a large and' very superior
assortment of
Fresli Spring and Summer Goods,
consisting among other things of Chally, Mouslin
d'Lain3 of various patterns, some of which are as
Jow as 30 cts. per yard. A very elegant assort
ment of Chintzes, Lawns, Dress Handkerchiefs,
Silk and Cotton Gloves, Parasols', &c. &c. Also,
a good supply of superfine ( r
Black, Blue, Brown, Olive, and other choice col
ours, being an assortment in which every one may
find his choice, both as regards price and quality.
Single and double milled Cassimers, Me.rino Cas
simers, summer Cloths, Silk Satin and Marseilles
Vestings; Linen Drillings of various styles, &c.&c.
The above goods are fresh from Philadelphia,
and were selected to suit the taste and please the
fancy of those who may wish to buy at cheap pri
ces, goods" of a superior quality.
The subscriber invites his customors and the
public generally, to call and examine for them
selves, when ho will be happy io accommodate
them at low prices for cash, or for country pio
Stroudsburg, -tug. 11, 13-10.
rpHE Subscriber respectfully informs the pub
X lie, that he is prepared to execute all kinds 01
Plain & Orarttaieirtal Painting,
Glazisig, &c.
at his shop nearly opposite the store of William
Eastburn, whoro all orders m his line will be thank
fully received and punctually attended to.
Stroudsburg, Jan. 15, 1830.
Paper Hanging,
In all its various branches will be punctually
attended to. . J 1 .
Boct. Joseph Priestly Peters'
Celebrated Vegetable Antibilous Pills,
are daily effecting some of the mosl astonishing
and wonderful cures that have ever been known,
the town and country are Jilted with their praise,
the Palace and Poor-house alike echo with their vir
tues in all climates and under all temperatures
they still retain their wonderful virtues.
Breathes there the man who may not be occa-
sasionally benefited by the use of Peters1 Pills
No, assuredly not ; for the human frame, like any
other structure, will fall into confusion and ruin,
if neglected ; but. by the aid 6'f medicine judi
ciously applied, it is enabled to preserve a heal
thy and even tone; and it is the firt of well-tested
public opinion, that Dr. Peters' pills are the me
dicine of medicines in the prevention or cure c:
the general diseases which the human tenement
is incidental to.
Do men in robust health require medicine 1 Cer
tainly, for the very excess ol" health begets cer
tain diseases unless duly regulated. If the blood:
is suffered to run riot without correcting laxatives,
costiveness, megrin, biles, scurvy, spleen, pimples,
furred tongue, or offensive breath, are the inevita
ble consequences ; for exuberance of health, like
over-rich soil, becomes rank, and prone to the pro
duction of weeds, if care is not taken to have it
judiciously moderated.
But healthy men have an antipathy to the very
name of medicine',! And no wonder, fb'r nineteeri
twentieths of all the medicines in the world com
mence operations by making the people very sick,
whom it was intended they should make very well;
and thus in most cases the cure is considered rather
worse than the disease. But Dr. Peters' Pills is
the celebrated and particular exception to this al
most universal rule. In them there is no gripe,
no nausea, no sickness of any kind; nay, they are
absolutelv very pleasant to the taste, and rest as
miintlv on the stomach as so many confits of green
peas, even when their operations are as sudden and
effective, as if they were as disagreeable and as
sickening as an old fashioned bolus. Thus the
man who uses Peters' Pills, and where is the
man that does not use them 1 expels headaches,
fevers, blue devils, blotches, pimples, &c. &c. and
makes his blood course as limpid and as genily
through his veins as a mountain rivulet, without
having put himself to any more inconvenience in
taking the medicine than he would have done in
swallowing so many black currants.
Should ladies take Dr. Peters' Pills 1 Doubt
lessly they should, for they not only assure them
ot health, complacency oi spirits, aim every wu
ily ctfmfort, but through their miraculous agency
in the Durification of the blood, speedily remove
every thing pertaining to harshness, pimples', or
casual scurvy, frOm the flesh, animates the eye,
and oives an elasticity and a vigor to the limbs,
and the general carriage ; and hence, when you
see a lady with a cheek of velvet softness, a pure
lilv and carnation complexion, and an easy & grace
ful hfinrincr. the general inference to be drawn is,
that she is her own physician, and very particular
in the choice of her medicine ; and tne especial
one, that she is a patron of Peters' Pills.
Leaving health out of the question, should poets,
novelists, editors machinists, ana men oi genius
and science in general, patronise Peters' Pills 1
Unquestionably, for the vigor which they impart
to the frame, exercises a most wholesome influ
ence upon the intellect : and the writer of this-
feels justified in saying, that any person about to
carry out an idea, whether of composition or in
vention, will have a more lucid understanding of
his subject, and think better and more to the point
on it, after he has vivified his system by a dose of
from one to four of Peters' pills- Persons in bu
siness, merchants, store keepers, clerks, specula
tors, &c. will derive great advantage ffdm them
on the same principle; for if the mind is not buoy
ant, no man can attend to the usual pursuits, of
life with due perspicuity, judgment, and pleasure
and there is nothing in the world, at least mat nas
been ever discovered, so efficient in brightening
the faculties, and freeing them from participating
in the languor, decay, and imperfectibilty of their
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mortal abode as Dr. reters puis.
To what may be attributed these' singular and.
wonderful effects 1 Why, to their mysterious' and
inevitable action upon the chyle, and tnat particu
lar region of the system whenc6 the living fluid is
generated ; for thus the do not only purify the
blood, but create pure blOod, the issue of which is
healthy tfeins, arteries, and other functions, unob
scured vision, firm and pulpy flesh, smooth and
clear skin, and the consequent buoyancy of heart,
feeling, and action. In short, whether we taRe
them as a matter of health, business; feeling, or
personal appearance, there is none of us should
leave our houses without a regular supply of Pe
ters' Pills.
Mor"e than six" millions of boxes of these cele
brated pills have been sold in the United States,
Canada's-, Texas, Mexico, and the West Indies.
since January 1835. The certificates" that, have
been presented to the proprietor, exceed 20,000,
upwards of 500 of which are from regular prac
tising physicians who are the most competent
judges of their merits.
Tho following are but' a few taken at random,
from a pile of complimentary epistles forwarded
to Dr. Peters by regular physicians, touching the
efficacy of his pills. He feels prOud and grate
ful in being able to lay such documents before the
New Orleans, April 24, 1837.
Dear Sir As an old classmato of yonrs in Yale
college, Itake the liberty of opening a cdrrespon
dence. I learn that you are making a fortune by the sale
of your pills, which I trust is the case as I am ful
ly aware that through them you are confeiring a
great blessing on the public.
1 myself am among those who have been pecul
iarly benefited by their use. Since my arrival
hero I had been subject to sovdrd bilious attacks,
which had nearly brought me to the grave, but
(and 1 acknowledge it with gratitude,) a few box
es of your pills have completely restored me. 1
would add that their effect upon Sick Headache
and sour stomach is almost miraculous.
With sentiments of esteem,
H. Jtf. S1IEPERD, M. D.
Clar'iesville, Mechlenberg Co., Va., Feb. 1, 183-1
Dear Sir. I embrace this opportunity of ex
pressing to you my pleasure at the unrivalled suc
nnco nf vrmr nills in this section of the country.
It is the general fault cf those who vend patont
medicines to say too mucn in tneir iavur ; uui m
regard to lyour pills I am firmly, persuaded that
they deserve lar more praise than you seem in
clined to give them. Six months go thtSy were
scarcely known here, and yet at present there is
: : .t s.
no ouier lueuiuiue mm can compare wun mem iu
popularity. In Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, de
rangement of the Biliary organs, and nbstinatS
constipation ot the bowels, 1 know ol no aperient
more prompt and efficacious; and I have had con
siderable experience in all these complaints
I would add that their mildness and certainty of
action render them a Safe and efficient purgative
for weekly individuals; arid that they may be giv
en at ail times without apprehension of any of
those injurious consequences which so frequently
attend the application of calomel, or blue pill. Ori
the whole 1 consider your Vegetable P1H3 an in
valuable discovery. Very re.spectfullv,
S. . HARRIS," M. J).
Charlotte, N. C, January 1. 1S37
Dear Sif I hrive made frequent use of your
pills in the incipient stage of Bilious Fever, and
obstinate constipation 6f tha. no-Trio; .slsc; in the
enlargement of the Spleen, Chronic Diseases of
the Ltver, Sick Headache, General l)ebility, and
in all cases have found them to be very effective.
J. D. BOYD, M. D.
Mechlenberg Co., Va., February 7. 1837,
Having used Dr. Peters' Pills iimy practice
for the last twelve months. 1 take pleasure in Giv
ing riiy testimony of their g6od effects in cases of
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Bilious Fevers,- and
other diseases, produced by inactivity of the' liver-
They are a safe and mud aperient, being ,tho
best article of the kind I have ever used.
Extract of a letter by Dr. Joseph Williams, of Bur
lington, Vt. July 9, 1S37.
''I cordially recommend Peters' Pills as a, mild,
ly effective, and in no case dangerous family me
dicine. They are peculiarly influential in cos
tiveness and a'll the usual diseases of the digestive
Extract of a letter from Dr Edibard Smilh nf Mon
treal, U. C. September, 29, 1836
" 1 never knew a single patent mfe'dichre that I
could put the slightest confidence in but tir P ters'
Vegetable pills, which are really a valuable dis
covery. I have no hesitation in having it known
that l'use them extensively in my practice, for all
complaints, (and they are not a lew.) which have
their source in the impurity of the blood'
Extract of a letter from Dr Pye, of Quebec, L- C.t
March 6, 1837
" For bilious fevers, sick headaches, torpidity of
the bowels, and enlargement of the spleen; Df Pe
tefs' pills are an excellent medicine."
Those who have used these valuable Pfll3 in this
State, give them the preference to all other kind.
Prepared by Joseph Priestly Pfe'ters", M. D. in
ventor and sole proprietor, No. 129 Liberty street,
New York.
These Valuable Pills can be obtained of Doct.
Samuel Stokes and J. D. & C Malvin's,' Strouds
burg, only agents for Monroe county.
Stroudsburg, October 23, 1840.
pi boxes Box Raisins, just received and for sale
Stroudsburg, Aug. ti, 1640.
The principle of purifying the body by purg-
in'g with vegetable physic is becoming more ari l
more understood as the only sensible method by
which sound health can be established. Hun
dreds of individuals have become convinced of
this" doctrine, and are daily aqkno'wledging the
practice to be ,the best ever discbVered. Now
is the unhealthy season w,h'erV bur bodies are
liable to be affected with disease; and now is
the tfme the slatp of the stomach and bowels
should be attended to, because on the healthy
state of those organs depends the healthy irtate
of the general systen; and every one will see ait
once,"if the general health be bad while that re
mains, local disease cannot be cirred.
All the medicine that is requisite to rsstoro
the body to a sfate of health is Brandreth's Veg"
etable Universal Pills, which have peffbrnied
cures upon thousands of helpless and hopeless
persons, after the usual scientific skill of phy-1
sicra'ns have consoled them wilh the assurance
that they could do no more. The properties of
these Pills as anti-bilious and aperient medicine
are unrivalled; all who use them r'6'commend
(hem, their virtues surpass all eulogy, and must
be used to be appreciated. The weak arnd del
icate will be strengthened by their use,- not by
bracing but by removing the cause of weakness,
the gross and corrupt humors of the body.
They require no change in diet of care of any
kind. Plain directions accompany each box,
so" that every one is his own competent physi
cian. Remember,-norie are genuine sold by
druggists. v ,
DR. BRANDRETH'S Ofilcd m Philadel
phia f?r the sale of his Pills, is "No. 8, North
Eighth street.
IE? Agents for Monroe dnd Pike Countiesrare at
the following plates. J)
Stroudsburgh, RICHARD S. STAPLES.
New Marketvrlle,- TROXEL & SCHOCH-
Dulottsburg, LUKE BRODHEAD.
Bushkill,- PETERS & LABAR,
Ding3inan's Ferry, A. STOLL & Co.
Observe,- no pills are genuine sold under tha
name of Brandreth's in Monroe or Pike coun
ties, except those sold by the above agents.
October 16, 1840. ly.
barrels of No. 3, Mackerel, just receive
and for sale, bv
Stroudsburg, Aug. 14, 1840.
For sale by the subscriber,
Stroudsburg, Feb.
14, 1840.
Of all lands nealty executed
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