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301 PRINTING. Having a goneral assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we are prepared to execute'every des- cription of 3ards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS) PAMPHLETS, &c. Printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable term?. Doct. Joseph Priestly Peters3 Celebrated Vegetable Antibilous Pills, Are daily effecting some of the most astonish ing and wonderful cures that ever Was known. Airs. E. Ward of New York was troubled with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for upwards of lifteen years; her symptoms were as follows. Fre quent pulse lurred tongue bowels irregular, mostly costive, yet sometimes relaxed with a bil ious discharge urine saffron co'ored skin dry thirst bad taste in the mouth, particularly in the morning pain in the right side, in the region of the liver, sometimes m the right shoulder; cough; expectoration of oflensive matter; nausea or sick ness of the stomach; yellowness of the skin and eyes, loss of appetite; lowness of spirits; broken sleep and unpleasant dreams; easily fatigued; loss of flesh; unhappy and evil foiebodings, &c. By using these valuable pills a short time was entire ly restated. Miss Clark, daughter of Col. Clark, was affect ed with irregularities and obstructions, attended by the following symptoms: Languor; disturbed slGep; pale face; cold feet; nostrils dry, urine pale, sometimes a distressing cough like a hasty con sumption, sweating of the feet towards night, and of the face and eyes in the morning, general debil ity, lassitude, &c. By using these pills accord ing to directions, was entirely restored. Rev. J. B. Whitefield had been several years ."subjected to severe headache, but by the use of ihree boxes, he has been entirely cured. Hon. E. D. Davis was so afflicted with Rheu matism as to be unable to dress himself. By the use of three boxes was entirely restored. Professor Armstrong says he has used them in his practice for the last five years, and his opinion is that nothing can compare with them in cases of Nervous Debility, Head Ache, Nausea, and all cases of Bilious Affections. Drs. Mott, Nelson, Rogers, Smith, Harris, Van derburgh, Hobson, Williams, Emmerson, (of New York) Waines, (of Philadelphia) Scott, of Balti more and hundreds of the most eminent physi cians throughout the United States, recommend these pills as decidedly superior to all others in use. These Valuable Pills can be obtained of Doct. Samuel Stokes and J. D. & C Malvin's, Strouds burg, only agents for Monroe county. Stroudsburg, August 25, 1S41. Harrison's Specific Ointment. The great celebrity of this unrivalled Composi tion especially in the Northern Slates leaves the proprietor but little need to say any thing in its favor; for it has been generally conceded to it, that it is beyond all comparison the best remedy for external complaints that has ever been discov ered. Indeed the speed and certainty of its oper ations have the appearance of miracles : as ulcers, wounds, corns, fever sores, chilblains, white swel lings, biles, piles, spider and snake bites &c. immediately yield to its apparantly super human influence. Thus if properly applied it will remove iin inveterate, corn or break and heal a bile in five days, will allay and perfectly cure an ulcer in two weeks : and the most desperate cases of white swelling that can be imagined, have been destroyed by it in less than two months. In the bites of poisonous reptiles its efficacy is truly surprising; and even in the bite of a rabid dog, for if applied in time, its powers of attraction are so wonderful tliat they will at once arrest the poison and thus wevent it from pervading the system. It is like wise greatly superior to any medicine Heretofore xHscovered for the chafed backs and limbs of horses for tetters, ring worms', chapped lips, and in 4iort for every external bodily evil that may fall to the lot of man or beast. The proprietor has received at least a thousand certificates and other documents, in favor of his "Specific Ointment"1 upwards a hundred of which were written by respectable members of the Med ical Faculty ; and in selecting from this pile the following samples, he was governed more by their 'brevity, than their contents, as they all breath the same spirit of eulogy and satisfaction. CERTIFICATES. Albany, July 9, 1837. To. Dr Harrison, Sir- I use your Specific Oint ment in my practice and cordially recommend it s-a :most efficient remedy for Tumors, Ulcers, White Swellings, Scrofula, Rheumatic Pains, 'happed Face, Lips and Hands; and for general Wst of vour agent here, who furnishes me with and external comulamts. 1 write tins at tne re the article, and am pleased to have it in my power . to award honor to merit. RUFUS R. BEACH, M D Extract of a Letter from Dr. J. W. Sanders, ) of Louisville. Ky. October 8, 1837. J "1 am prepared to say, that for Rheumatic Pains anfl the Sore Breasts of females, Harrison's Spe oific Ointment has no superior, if indeed it lias any equal, in the whole catalogue of external me ,'vHcmea, as known and prescribed in this country." Cincinnati. Ohio.Oct. 4, 1838. To Dr. Harrison, Dear Sir, 1 write to con grttadnte you on the extraordinary virtue of yonr ; Specific Ointment,' in the curing of burns. A HUe .bey of mine. 4 years old, fell against the iiru-piace three, weeks since, when his clothes be beoaue ignited, and he was instantly enveloped in flames. After some difficulty the "fire was ex tinguished, but not before the poor little fellow's Imvfci extremities were almost covered with a con tinual blister. Having much faith in your oint ment, I immediately purchased three boxes, which J applied unsparingly, according to your direc tions in such cases ; and it is with great pleasure and gratitude, that I am able to inform you that it allayed Hie pain in a few hours; and in ten days had' olfected a complete cure. I need scarcely add "that it ought to be in the possession of eve ry family, as there is no telling when such acci dents mav occur. Yours respectfully, H. M.SHEPUAUD. Auplv of this valuable Ointment just received , and'for safe, bv . SAMUEL STOKES. iSirpydbur, Nov. 6, 1840. BAR IRON. DOUBLE AND SINGLE REFINED-, Bar Iron, Car, CoacIi& Wagon Axles CROW BAR, SLEDGE AND PLOUGH MOULDS, Axle and Gun Barrel Iron, And a general assortment of WAG OX TYRE & SQUARE IROI, constantly on hand and will be sold on the most reasonable terms, by EVANS, SCRANTON & Co. Analomink Iron Works, qm Marcn 4, .'S4i. New-York Weekly Tribune. crv The Publishers of Tun New York Tribune, en couraged by the generous patronage and hearty approval which has been extended to their Daily paper since its establishment, and which has al ready rendered it the second in point of circulation in the city, propose to publish, on and after the ISth day of September, a Weekly edition, on a sheet of mammoth size, excluding all matter of local or transitory interest, and calculated mainly for Country circulation. The Tribune whether in its Daily or Weekly edition will be what its name imports an un flinching supporter of the People's Rights aud In terests, in stern hostility to the errors of superfi cial theorists, the influence of unjust or imperfect legislation, and the schemes and sophistries of self-seeking demagogues. It will strenuously advocate the Protection of American Industry against the grasping and to us blighting policy of European Governments, and the unequal compe tition which they force upon us, as also against the present depressing system of State Prison La bor; it will advocate the restoration of a sound and uniform National Currency; and urge a discreet but determined prosecution of Internal Improve ment. The Retrenchment, wherever practicable of Government Expenditures and of Executive Patronage, will be zealously urged. In short, this paper will faithfully maintain and earnestly advo cate the Principles and Measures which the Peo ple approved in devolving on Whig Statesmen the cenduct of their Government. But a small portion, however, of its columns will be devoted to purely Political discussions. The proceedings of Congress will be carefully re corded; the Foreign and Domestic Intelligence early and lucidly presented; and whatever shall appear calculated to promote Morality, maintain Social Order, extend the blessings of Education, or in any way subserve the great cause of Human Progress to ultimate Virtue, Liberty and Happi ness, will find a place in our columns. The Weekly Tribune will be published every Saturday morning in Quarto form on a very large imperial sheet, (31 by 42 inches.) and afforded to Subscribers at TWO DOLLARS a year. Six co pies will be forwarded a year for Ten Dollars, Ten copies for Fifteen Dollars, and any larger number in the latter proportion. Payment- in ad vance will be invariably required, and the paper stopped whenever the term of such payment ex pires. Subscriptions are respectfully solicited by GREELY & McELRATH, 30 Ann-st. New-York, Aug. 17, 1811. The very Cheapest and Best. ANOTHER WEEKLY MAMMOTH FAMILY NEWSPAPER. THE Proprietors of the WEEKLY LEDGER, which contained all the reading matter of six pa pers of their popular daily, whose circulation of between 20 and 30,000 copies is the best evidence of merit, having found their original anticipations in regard to patronage for their weekly experiment far exceeded by actual facts, notwithstanding their rigid adherence to the rule of sending no paper in any instance, until paid for, and invariably stop ping all subscriptions at the expiration of the term ordered, and feeling therefore encouraged to fur ther efforts to serve the public, have come to the determination to enlarge their weekly to the mam moth size: changing its title to that of "UNITED .STATES;" and so establishing it as the fifth mam moth weekly journal of the United States. The magazine and book literature of Europe and Amer ica will be diligently searched for things new, in teresting and important, which will be set up for its columns expressly, and the same matter will not be used in anv other paper. In short, the " UNITED STATES" will be, in all respects,, equal, if not superior, to any of its class, while in price it shall be far cheaper. In stead of $3 a year, which is the price of the two mammoth newspapers of New York, and the two of Boston, the subscription of the '"United States" will be only $2 per year! The paper used in printing it will be of the finest quality, and the ty pographical execution neat and workmanlike. The outer form of the " United States" will be devoted nearly exclusively io Literature, Tales, Sketches, Biography, .Natural History, Poetry, ine Aprls Reviews, Agriculture, Science, Anec dotes, &c The inner pages will contain the latest and most copious News, from both the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, together with original essays on fi nance and political economy, and editorial articles on every topic of interest and importance to tiie people of the United States. In discussing ques tions, political partisanship will be avoided, but the Truth shall never be withheld nor remain un spoken for fear of offending any party. The low price of two dollars per year will not permit the publishers the loss of discount on un current notes; it will therefore be charged to the remitter, and, in proportion to the amount of the discount, so many papers less will be sent. Mail remittances to be post paid KJ Postmasters, or others, remitting to us ten dollars will receive six conies. On no condition will a copy be sent until the payment is received. Newsmen and Boys supplied at the rate of 84 per hundred, oingle copies six cents. Address, post paid. , SWAIN, A DELL cy SIMMONS) S. W. corner of Third and Chesnut streets, Philadelphia. Coach Body Varnish. 5 Barrels Coach Body Varnish, warranted not.to crack, just received and lor sale by JOHN DICKSON, Druggist. Easton, March 31, 1841. BLANK DEEDS For sale at this office. TOBACCO AND CIGAR MANUFACTORY. 'The subscribers respectfully inform those engaged in the Mercantile business and Hotel keepers, that they have constantly on hand at their manufactory on Elizabeth street, in the Borough of Stroudsburg-, a large and splendid assortment of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Cigars, &c. manufactured from ihe best Leaf, and warranted to be good, which they will sell wholesale and retail, on the most reasonable terms (with cred- Orders for Tobacco and Cigars will be strict ly and immediately attended to. Those who come in or pass through the place will please call and examine for themselves, as we are determined to use our best exertions to accommodate the public, and merit a liberal share of their patronage. EYLENBERGER & BUSH. Stroudsburg, July 14, 1841. 8t- Wholesale and Retail CABINET WARE, AJiD OOKIitfG-GIASS MANUFAC TORY. nPlHE subscriber respectfully informs the citi JL zens of Stroudsburg and the public gener ally, that he has removed his Establishment to the building on Elizabeth street, one door west of the Stroudsburg House where he intends carrying on the Cabinet Making business in all its various branches. lie shall keep constantly on hand or make to order all kinds of furniture : Sideboards. .Bureaus, Sofas, Cesatrc tables, JBreak foist;: sid liitiae Tables, together i:h '." wi'v .isualiv kei'i at such eta!.4is.iiik a:s , ..... vi waicu ; vwUjatL at the Easton prices. As his materials will be of the best quality, and all articles manufactured at his establishment will be done by first rate workmen, he confidently as sures the public that his endeavors to render gen eral satisfaction will not be unrewarded. He respectfully invites the public to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. Chairs, Settees, &c. will be kept constantly on hand and for sale. CHARLES CAREY. Stroudsburg, May 5, 1841. SIGN OF THE BAKLEY SHEAF, NO. 195, NORTH SECOND STREET, Philadelphia. Grateful for the generous patronage he re ceived during the last year, takes pleasure in j acquainting his friends and the public general ly, that his house has undergone a thorough re pair in all its parts, and is now completely in order. The table will be furnished with everv doli- cacy the marketafibrds. The Bar will be stored with the choicest liquors. There is also first rate stables attached to the ! establishment. Well knowing that an enlightened public will always judge for themselves, he feels confident that they will favor him with their patronage. March 24, 1841. 3m. Every man, woman and child, in the United States wno possesses a mule, win surely turnisn tnem- selves Willi the following beautitul series ol Scripture Illustrations: 200 Pictorial Illustrations OF THE BIBLE, AND VIEWS IX THE HOLY LAND. NEW, CHEAP AND VALUABLE PUBLI CATION. Four hundred Pages 8vo. Fine Paper, Handsomely Bound Price only TWO DOL LARS. The subscriber respectfully invites the attention of Clergymen, Teachers of Sabbath Schools, Heads of families, and Booksellers throughout the United States, to the above new, cheap and splendidly illustrated work, published and for sale at No. 122 Nassau street, New York city. Its features are better defined by its title : 1 wo Hundred Pictorial Illustrations oj the Scriptures, consisting of VIEWS IN Til E HOLY LAN I). Together with many of the most remarkable ob jects mentioned in the Ukl and iew L estaments, representing sacred historical events, copied from celebrated pictures, principally by the old masters: the landscape scenes taken from origi nal sketches made on the spot, with full and in teresting letter press descriptions, devoted to an explanation of the objects mentioned in the sa cred text. On examination this w ill be found a very pleas u.,t ami profitable book, especially for the perusal of Young People, abounding in the moat valuable information collected with the greatest r ire from the best and latest sources. It m:iy wry properly be designated a common place book of every tiling valuable relating to Oriental Manners, Customs, &c. Ax. and comprises within itself a comlpetc library of religious and useful knowledge. A vol ume like the present is far superior to the com mon annuals it will never be out of date. ICFIt is beautifully printed in new long primer type handsomely bound in muslin, gilt and lettered and is decidedly the best and cheapest publication (for the price) ever Issued from the American Press. 03 A liberal discount made to wholesale purcha sers. XT Persons In the country Wishing to act as Agents, may obtain all necessary information by addressing their letters to the subscriber, No. 122 Nassau street, New York city. ROBERT SEARS, Publisher. Clergymen, Superintendents and teachers of Sabbath schools, ICFAgents of Religious News papers and Periodicals,! Postmasters, Book sellers, throughout the country, arc respectfully requested to act as our agents. QJ3 No letter will be taken from the office unless post fid. March 3, 1811. IS! IHsw DISSOLUTION. The Co-Partnership heretofore existing be tween the subscribers, under the name and firm of Cyrill C I. Piuchot & Co. is this day dissolved by.mutual consent. All persons having demands against said firm will present the same for settlement, and all those indebted to said firm on note or book account, are earnestly requested to call and settle the same immediately. The notes and accounts are in the hands of C. C. D. Pinchot and Amos Van Etleii, who are duly authorised to collect the same. CYRILL C. D. PINCHOT, C. W. DkWITT, AMOS VAN ETTEN. Milford, Oct. 4, 1841. Are the greatest worm medicines in the world. Dr Churchill has used them in over fifty cases, cured ten of spasms and three of fits. He con siders them safe and sure, and recommends them to all. Mr. J B Noyes has used them in his family with entire success, and several of his friends have great confidence in them. Col L Clark cured one of his children of spasms, and one of lits accasioned by worms The Hon B B Beadsley thinks they have saved the life of one of his children. It had been a long time in a decline, and was attended by the best physicians without any relief. His family doctor recommended Sherman's worm Lozenges as the only hope; he did so, and through the blessing of God his child is now well another living evidence of their wonderful virtues. Mr B says no family should be without them More than 2,000 certifi cates might be added to their truly wonderful prop erties Cant Coffin, of X.Tituc;.f :r l;. Dr Shcr is;.. -vi n" 'Oii:,; c'! s-t, f,r,- He had Lec-;i i;, a lieciinr for s 'ver-..' : ;o:.-, ar.d attended by four Physi'-ians, who could uVoiti rum no relief. His .symptoms were leaiiiiess, pjllid 1r.;e, very of fensive breath, disturbed ijieep, bruken of? by fright and screaming, headache, a distressing cough, itching of the nose through the dav, and of the anus towards night, with slimy discharges from j the bowels. 1 he doctor pronounced the case one of worms and recommended his Worm Lozenges. After the first dose the child ran to his parents frightened at the quantity of worms that came from him hd began to mend at once, and before he.used one box, was entirely cured- Ben)". F. Goodspeed, 130 Sixth Avenue has al ways cured his children of worms, by Sherman's Lozenges. He would not be" without them in his house on any account. the Rev." Jabez TownsSnd's little girl, nine years old, was given up a incurable by two phy sicians. She wa fast wasting away, and was so miserable, that death was alone looked to for re lief. Three doses of Sherman's Worm Lozenges entirely cured her. Dr. Stevens, one of the most distinguished phy sicians in this country, says Sherman's worm Lo zenges are the safest, best article he knows Of for destroying worms. Dr. Hunter, another celebrated physician, uses no other worm medicine in his practise. Dr. Castle, 297 Broadway, has used Sherman's Lozenges in his practise for more than two years, and never knew them to fail. These valuable Worm Lozenges can be obtain-' ed at the Office of the Jeffersonian Republican, Stroudsburg, Monroe county, Pa. fXOnly 31 cts. per box.-0 July 7, 1841. Cut by Machinery, and warranted superior to any heretofore manufactured. GEORGE F. NESB1TT, Tontine building, corner of Wall and Water streets, New-York, respectfully informs the Printers of the United States, that he has now in full operation his ma chine for culling Wood Types, which being an entire new- invention, is warranted to cut Types, both plain and ornamental, far superior to any heretofore exhibited to the public; and in proof of the. assertion, informs the public that he has obiained Diplomas and Medals from both the A merican and Mechanic's Institutes of the City of New-York, at their Fairs of 1836, 1838, and' 1839, as the books of the Institute will show. George F. Nesbitt would particularly invite tho attention of Printers to the fact, that through the politeness of the proprietors of the Liver pool and Havre line of packets, he has been fa vored with the latest French and English spe cimens, that many of the new styles in them are very handsome, and have been got up by him; they were exhibited by him at the Me chanic Fair in this city, now just closed and pronounced by the Committee of Printers, ap pointed to examine Types and Specimens, to be superior to any Wood Types ever before ex hibited, and having a decided advantage over large Metal Types. George F. Nesbitt, would also inform the Printers of the United Stales, that he is ready io cut Types on Wood of any size, from 5 lines Pica, upward, from any of the patterns of small or Types contained in the extensive specimen of Messrs. G. Bruco tfc Co., or from any new p.i'vrn that can he suggested. iJrj,,r3u F. Nesbitt is dobirous ih:t Fr.--lers, and (hose becoming Agents, should he ac quainted with the fact, that his prices are much reduced from those herctoforo charged by other manufactures; that he allows his Agents thirty per cent, commission; that his terms are six months or ten per cent, discount for cash. Agents aro wanted for the following cities, viz: Charleston, Albany, Detroit, Rochester, and Buffalo. N. B. Printers of Newspapers, who will publish the above for six times, within three months from this date, and will send me a copy of their paper, shall be entitled to $3 in Typos; and should the Types not prove superior. to any ever before manufactured, they can bo returned, and the money will be paid in place of them. GEORGE F. NESBITT. Tontine Building, corner of Wall and Water sts. N. Y. April 1S4I. apJS TAILORING. The undersigned respectfully informs l,js former customers, atfdtthe public generally i1;it he still carries on the TAILORING BUSCsTESS, At his residence in Elizabeth htrept, second door below his former stand. Those w, may favor him with their patronage, mav lw, as sured that no effort will, be spared to give them satisfaction. He receives the Philadelphia ami New York Fashions, quarterly, and will make all kinds of garments, in the most fashionable manner. N. B. The rules, for cutting,-draughts. &c. of Ward, Basford & Ward, may be had of tfie subscriber, Agent for the publishers. CHARLES SMITH. Stroudsburg, April 28, 184 1-. WHOLESALE ASD KETAII, DRUG & APOTHECARY STORE, Nearly opposite the Eastoa Bank. The subscriber thankful for the liberal patron age extended towards him, bogs leave to inform his customers and the public in general, that he still continues to receive frc.sh supplies of Drugs,' Medicines, Paints. Oil and Glass, from the Impor ters and Manufacturers which he will sell to coun try merchants and customers at as low prices a. they can be obtained in New York or Philadelphia, and on as liberal termS.'- Warranted pure ground White Lead. No. 1 do-' ' 'do ' - 'do No. 2 do do do Window Glass of all sizes, from 6-8 to 2-1-30. Putty and Whiting. Spanish Brown in kegs and barrels ; . English Venitian Red, in kegs andjiarrels. Yellow Ochre and Litharge "',.. Chrome Green and Yellow " , . Spanish and Turpentine Gum Copal Raw and boiled Linseed Oil Pved Lead and PottersX;iay S Coach and Cabinet Varnish, , , Paint and Varnish Brushes. Pumice Stone and Sand Paper Lamp Black and patent do. Prime Umbrio Madder Spanish and Blue Vitriol. Extract and chipped Logwood" r.. Chipped Fustic and Redwood- Oil Vitriol and Aquafortis Cochineal and Liquid Blue ' Pig and bar Lead -l Black Lead and Sand Crucibles tit Prussian Blue Ground and grain. Pepper ' Do Cinnamon Cloves and Nutmegs Ginger and Allspice Liquorice Ball and Root Starch and arrow Root Epsom and Glauber Salts Sulphur Morphia Do Quinine Castor and Sweet Oil Javne's Expectorant i t j'A .y. Do Carminative Balsam . Do Hair Tonic . w Bear and Buffalo Oil Cologne and Lavender Water Fancy Soap assorted Hay's Pile Liniment Essence Mustard for Rheumatism Bateman's Drops and Godfrey's Cordial Gold Tincture m - Essence Peppermint and Harlem Oil Balsam of Life - , - ; Liquid and Steer's Opodeldoc Keysofs German Pills 4 , . .f.. , Lee's Ami Bilious do r Thompson's Eye "Water"' ' u Together with a general.assortment of every ar ticle connected with the above business. JOHN DICKSON, Druggist, at Doc. Firkardt's Old Stand,' No. 71, Northamp ton street, Easton Pa. March 31, 1811. Gium Copal. -i A Cases E. I. Gum Copal in stone, for sale JLU bv JOHN DICKSON, Druggist, nearly opposite the Easton Bank. Easton, itfafch 31, 1841. ' ' WINTER and fall strained SPERM OIL Blanched1 Winter and Fall strained, in hhda. and bbls., fur sale, by , , JOHN DICKSON, Druggist. Easton, March 31, 1841. IVutmcg'sv ICase fresh company Nutmegs, in store, and for sale -wholesale and retail, by JOHN DICKSON, Druggist. Easton,'March 31, 1841- ClOTCS. 2AA Pounds fresh Cloves, just received and U" for sale wholesale and retail, by JOHN DICKSON, Druggist. Easton, March 31, 1841. Copperas. X Barrels green Copperas, just received and for tJ sale wholesale and retail, bv ; JOHN DICKSON, Druggist. I'.aston, March 31, lw-ll. Spirits Turpentine. . f (C Is Barrels, iust received and for sale wholesale Li Mi and retail, by J. DICKSON, Druggist. Easton, March sol, 1811. Whiting. - f Barrels Whiting, jnst received and for sale AU1 wholesale and retail, by JOHN DICKSON, Druggist. Easton, March 31, 1841. Indigo. 5Coroons Prime Sp. Indigo, just received and for sale by J. DICKSON, Drugoist. Easton, March 31, 1811. JOB .WORK Neatlv executed at this Office.