Onondaga Standard

September 23, 1829

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Onondaga Standard (Newspaper) - September 23, 1829, Syracuse, New York VOL. T. SYRACUSE, 23, 1829. WO. 2. gttje wnonoaQii Is published every Wednesday morning, at Syracuse, Onon. Co. N. Y. by ai [Office in the e.iitcnd of the buck block (up stairs) directly in front of the Syracuse-House.] TERMS__To village subscribers who hare die papers left at their doors, 50. To mail subscribers and those who call for them at the office, To companies of not less than ten, 50. inserted at per square for the first three weeks, and 25 cents for every .subsequent iiiaert'on. liberal discount made to those who iidvertise by the year. flig-Pamuhlets, Haudbills, Cards, Blanks, executed on short notice, in a ne.it and handsome style and on liberal terms.___________________ Again High Prizes "Mint Mine" Office, Drawn numbers of the New-York Cqnsol- daled Grand Glass No. 9, viz. 5 32 2 20 42 44 3S Combination 33 42 44, the Capital Share Prize of was" sold to a Gentleman iirthis village, and immtnediately at his Office, on the arrival of the" Good News on Saturday last. -Also, combination n prize of 500 dollars, together witb one ofiolo dol- lars and a large number of 40, 30, S.O 10, fee. were likewise soldin the above Lottery by BKEWSTER, who also sold in the Lottery preceding this, to a gentle- man in Ut.ica, the Grand Snare Prize of These latter Prizes added to bis former List forms a Rich and Brilliatil catalogue; among- which are the follow- jng Grand and Shate Prizes: I "V .ijObo, .number of S500, 400'" 300, 'l6oV 50, "1S20. Asthmas and -THE public nve- informed tlial JjmERSOXgS COUGH an PEC- TORAL from'an citensivL use. for 9 years past, proved themselves to bK fine of the most valuable remedies ever yet discovered for the cure of. Coughs, Colds nnd o'her affections of the breast and lungs lejiding to Consumptions-, Thousands-have experienc- ed Vh'e happy effects of tins UEALISO BALSAII, and many o'flh'e-liighesl i espectabilily havi voluntarily snme of which ivill Bottle, lliat will satisly everx unprejudiced mind tliat the most ea-trd- ordiiiary and-unexpected cures have been per- formed by the use of this medicine in cases of long-standing, in which other medicine had Vro'duced no favorable and where the skillful Physicians hod given- them upar hopeless." It is not. pretended that they are an infallible cure in'all cases; .but of such as are jncurable there are but few but what will been irreAly relieved by the use of them. Scarcely a case of Colds Coughs Vain in the side difficul- ty of breathing want of sleep arising from de- bility or. even seated consumplions.but may he relieved by a timely use of this Healing Ilal- Each UolhirBotlle ofth.ia medicine con about 40 doses, wliich proves them to be a cheap medicine considering their virtues NEW CERTIFICATE. To JAMES MEUM Hudson, N Y. In the spring of eighteen hundred eighteen, Mr. lileaier. Harris, a man in .very, indigent cirumstiiifces and whnjiad laboured for me nc- casionallyWrmorethan a yenr, was violently seized with an'affection of the lungs, accompa- nied by aright dry cou'gh'freqnenlly unable to raise any thing for nearly half an hour and then, most commonly, blood. Fliscnugh was so severe and incessant that he soon became much emaciated, his ,eycs glassy and strength left him to that degree that he was wholly unable to labor, compassionating his situaton, a friend of mineand myself procured for himp'ne bottle of Anderson's Cough Drops. By. taking which in about ihree weeks [to my nstoniihment] far restored as.to.be able to perform jiia usual labor. "GAIOS STEBBI15J3. JKlhdare Feb. 19.' 1B28. TTlohert Kidney of Rochester, Monroe cu. N. Y. do hereby certify that for a long time 1 an affection of the lungs at- tended with' pain in the brcxst difficult' ol that my life was despaired ol given up aglncurable by council points. Irish linefi shirting and Sheeting, -O 3-44-46-47-4 and S-4 birdseye ,Q and damask, diaper j( drillings, etc. K> fsj For sale cases Leghorn Haw and crowns, and ItJo, misses cot- tage and gipsey open work strirw n'afs, and Havanna hats, etc. 27 1829. Merchant Tailors. CON I'lA t v '.-u iiopi- M, i. (il Arnus, 1J GiMnrjer'i bnildinfj. (mi the where they will at all timus bi- pleasedto upon their friends and the public Garments miid6 with on thr shoi est notice. Theiii facility to obtain'fiom Ntu- York the latest Cushions js unsurpassed by ,mj in this section ot ihe country. Cloth and.Tv'iiriniiiij-S'are kept on hand, :m.' for sale at.0 redtice'd prices. They also keep constantly for suit- a neral assortment of they will sell .tl unexceptionable, to those who are drsiritus of pvirchnsing. a strict and diligent attention to busine they hope to receive that share of pntiona punctuality and industry merits. Syracuse. Dec 2, DOLE'S GERMAN rc- ceived a fi'tsli supply of this sure and efficatious remedy for sore Eyes, and being appoint- ed sole jgents for this county, they will be enabled to keep constantly on hand the German Eye-Water. This medicine has used in this region, and uniformly, -but for further- evidence "seejlie follow- ing ceitifica'. CERTIFICATES. Having -Dole's German find it nf supcii- or efficacy in most cases of -.ore and preferable to any new n use, and therefore rerommend it tothepuo- lic. GrjiiBOs ConMsn, L, TUOMPSOX, Troy, Dec 182-1. hruggists Having had the care ot an infant child, not fl- yer a fortnight old, of John Woodwoith Esq. that lud veiy sure and was regularly at- tended by a physician, until he despaired (if. helping it, and as I was'veryjearful the child would lose its procvire'd some ot Dole's, which cured it immediately, and' I think itn veiy valuablearticle for.- every-fami- ly to possess- M.AKIA DANCING. Troy, February 3, 1829. Being in the habit of attending on the sick-I have hud occasion to'uae -Dolt's a great rnnny'diftcrent and after using different kinds ot Eye- Water, which failed tn help thoje'afflicted, iiave piocured Doles, which efT'ecleti an immediate cure, and think it the safest and quickest cure for six re-yes- nav. in use. JOHN ELWOOD. ,Troy, Feb 3, 2826 Having been afflicted with sore eyes, 1 em- ployed a Physician to cure them, but they con- tinued to grow worse so much so that I was fearful of losing them when Dolt's Eye-Water was iccommended tn me: 1 immedulely pro- cured a bottle, and used against the consent of the Physician, which in a few days completel} cured them I ihinlcit "lie of the most valua- ble cures for sore eyes now in use WM P.. ELU'OOD. Troy, February 3 1826. Hundreds ot Certificates might be added to the above but the public, ma) judge foi tln_rn- selvi-s above medicine may also be had of S. S. Merriman, Christian Hollow, of Win. M.1 Ostrander, Tully, of Dr. Tih-bels Pompey, and of J. C. Brewster, Bald-wins villc. F h-iMrv 16111911 Botanic Medicines. U is, It Stomach Pills, Compusilion, Salve, Plaslci, Elixcr Regulating Hitlers, Drops for Salt Rheum, Rheumatic Drops, Hot Uitters, Compound for Canker Hitter Powders, Smifl, nud IIclDiops, Worm Powder, Uheumalic Salve and Kinetic with directions how to be used accompanying each All of which are constantly kepi on hand and tin1 sale by the subscriber al Geddea, Ononda ga co. and also at the following places viz: At Brsullcy'H and Blair's, Huttcrficld's, iira- and Kimbcrly's, Camillus c: THOMSON. N. B. An opportunity will mall times be af orde'd wlio urc desirous of availing emselve-i oflhe benefit ofavapor bath orlec- tuiiiing machirr liinr- 21. 1829. LOT HOUSE: HE houso nnd lot, formerly owned by Edward Bacon, esq. ,in the village of Syracuse is offered ____ __ _ for Sale- The situation is a desirable one, and the terms of laic will be reasonable. For particulars enquire oflhe subsrnbcr. D G. MONTGOMERY. Syracuse, Feb. 19, UJ2D. __ STlUiT BROKE into the enclosure of the subscriber on the 27th day of June, a large DARK SOR- REL HORSE, with a star in hia forehead, while liBirs in his rnano occasioned by the colnr 8f is be 13 or 14 years old. The owner is requested to pay charges, and take him away. Lodi.June 30. THOMAS ROSE SHOES! SHOES! I SHOES 'W'HE subscriber has just received a very extensive of 'SHOES. Which her offeisli.i s.ilr by tlie'Case, Trunk, D zenpiir, and will be in constant receipt noi only of that article, but of light fancy BOOTS and BOOTEES. JuHN ROGERS. .N. B. The above.willbe exchanged for Salt, or Country Produce, or sold on a short credit for approved security. 7, io23. NEW 6H are opening gen- eral assortment of DRY OOODS. Fancy and Suple, wliich were purchased a few days since in PJew-York, and will sold for cash as low si at any itore in ih county. Among them are Bro'ad Cloths, Cav lirneres, Nankeens, Jeans, 3eaverteen Vest- ings, Calicoes and Ginghams, blick blue and silk Comblets; Sinchew silk, blue. hlk.. Italian Sating, fancy, Silk, nnd I Hsndtcerchisfn, gauze Ribbons, Barijfe Foin f.ndies Uats, Bombszhies, black brown and green Parasols, travelling Baskets Porf.tirVincr. bJeaclted onS nnbleached 'Sheetings and Shirtings, cotton Yacn anj Bstting cotton and linen Diaper, Ozneburgs Paper Hsngings, looking Glasses, besides many other Syracuse May A LATE ARRIVAL op GENUINE .Drugs Medicine, The following are a few only. SU I' II. Qui- nine, Croton Oil, Colchii-um, Klaterium, Osymuriate I'ot- ash, Iodine, Strychnine. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. Pocket Teeth Extractors, various and impro- ved patterns, Spring Laueeta Thumb .dp, Elastic Gum Cathe- [Jougitls, Cupping Glasses, [Elastic Gum Siomacli s, Hull's Patent Hinge' Ti u -.s, Metalic clo- Perfumery, a t; eneral .issordnent Syiacuse Muy 30, Farr'sspiral spring do. llovey'a conical do. do. NTEW STOK.E. (west end oflhe Syracuse Mansitm-Housc) THE subscriber has just received from New- York d good assortment of choice Groceries, among which arc Port, Madeira, Tencriff'e, Claret t Malaga 'Pepper, 'Ginger, Starch, Sperm Candles, Soap, Olive Oil, Capers, Jlncliovies, Cloves, Cinnamon, Nutmegs, Spanish Sezars in 1-2 and 1-4 Boxes, Sugars Teas, Coffee, Raisins, Figs, Lemons, for sale low for CASH. AMB BROWEH. 29, 1829.' P.'S. Country Produce taken for'Goons. JOHN ROGEKS .1. to the Unck li.itnerlj occupied hj Gi ifflih 61 In viill at- tend to tl, STORtWG 'POH-WAHDIIy G, COMMISSION AJSO BROKERAGE bi'tcib, in .ill MH s 'n che .tfjiril 1 bvLb [1 Doctor Thayer's Pill Catholicon, Oil UNIVEllbAl. FAMILY llffESE Pills are wi.ollj ol vvpnuble piochu-- -1, titin, and are estet nn d in almost complaint preferable Calomel They clcaniethe stomach ofall liltlij, us-li'ii matter, eimal to an onieiic restoring lust up petite, and coi'rectnii; billions disoid.Lrs- They causeatVec evacu.iti. n from tjtcbon'ds. without gh ing the leiist p.iin 01 urn UEIUL-SS; according to tin- iipiniiiii ul judges, nn preferable to Lcc's Ihans Pills in any disorder for which his weic 01 use. and .iCcoiding to tin opinion ol tho'c I'hyiician-- acquainted with their operation, are preiciivd to any medicine of the kind now in circulation, for laniily besides there is no mcicuiial prcpaiation cnn- nectedwith them. They aic useful in almost every cnmplami incident to Hie human frame, where cathartics arc useful, and are perfectly safe for women and children in all RECOMMENDS TIONS. Troiu Mr. David Smith I hereby certify, that 1 h-avc been troubled years with com plicated diseases of the stomach and Is, baffling the skill of Physicians to remove bul by the use of Dr. Tluiyer's Calholicon 1'ilK, 1 find more relief than from any other and 1 cannot conveniently do without them" Therefore would recommend them fur family use, Has safe, easy and profitable Being in the constant use ol them for six years, I can honcBlly testify to their salutary cffed in my complaints. UAVIU SMITH. Dr.c. 13, 1823. From the Rev. Ammi Nichols. Iljving f'n several years pnst experienced the benefit ol Dr. Tliayert's Vcgitable CathoUcon Pills, I can recommend itaaamosl excellent family physic. I'm licularly as a remedy lor ull bilious conv- plaints the licadache, when it proceeds from a disordered stomach dysentaryif used in the early stages of the diseitie, and especially Ibi the common stomach complaints, prevalent among children. During my long experience in the use of the above have found it uniformly eufc in all cases, and. apfrcable in its operations; and do ndl 'hesitate to Bay4 that it is superior tn any cathartic wilu-which f have been acquainted. A.NICHOJLS Mimtt'r. 18, 1822 Randolph, Dec. 20. 1822. We have for som ere tainted with the general feeling, and only wailed the approach of his enemies, to join against the man before whom, a short time previous, thoy were willing to how in crm- rcing cumulation. lie was followed byihe Jacobins to his mansion, but continued to elude their vigilance until one fatal night, when, diivcn by his affection, he left his place of visited his wife. This coming to the- knowledge of his ene- mies, they with the base pheasants, surroun- ded the mansion; a portion, of the ruffian' entered, and found Ihe unfortunate man and were about lo drag him Irom his family But he drew his sword, and defended him self some time, killing two of the assailants: 03' this, he aroused theirjbloody vengeance, and they crowded around him until he fell, pierced wilh an hundred wounds, and he died in the very sight, the agonising gaze of his and son! Then rose the noble blood of tho Lady De Linton. Raising her commanding form to its fullest height, she stood over the dead body of her husband and bade them finish their woik. Bul tin cohering ruffians fell back with imbrued their-hands in the pure blood of brave men, quailed beneath tho unearth, ly gaze of that lone but noble woman. Bu the lady was soon overcome by lier feeling: violent an.l giant burstings of he .soul; a small blood vessel gave way, and she fell upon Ihe body ol Meantime the lofty .mansion had be.eu" sc1 on fire, and the jolled in- wreathed and murky columns, throughout tho halls All was silent in the desolate chamber a death, and her slender boy hung over the bodies of his parents in mute agony, unli the crackling flames burst into the apait- rnent. The'lady awaited from her sleep, and gazed about her in pluenzy. At ihat moment, some of Ihe peasantry, seized ivilh a compunctious fueling, entered and raising tho mothei and child, bore them off to a wretched hovel, the affrighted inhabitants of which had fled; they laid the mother on the couch and-' Jeft them. The mansion was soon destroyed, and as its light vanish- ed, the widow's child folt that she was des- olato. For three days they remained "with- out food, and it was not until the night be- fore spoken of, that the boy Edward recjues- tcd p_ermi5sion_to BeelcXood. The result his requcsMs known. After the conversation with her child, the Lady De Linlon appeared to grow vreakerj anil at length biinkliackintu a feverish sleep calm natural it seemed dcvo'fiicl-rHeirig' who was-weeping was but a prelude to .the death! Ahd he leaned over her and wept in for his .hopes .wero each j mother's, his own 'lonely united" with, his strotig filial affection, pressed upon his bosomt.un- i til it seemed that his young heart would jburst (J, in tills world of vice and heart-- Icssncss what lecling can be imagined of love so pure and devoted, as Ihat which is poured forth by an orphan upon tho bosom ol a dying widowed mother. After a short time the Lady Do Linton appeared somewhat more calm, and Ed- ward arose and walked lowatila the only casement. It rattled as he opened the shut- ter, and at tho moment a severe gust of wind blew a dampness upon Ins forehead, 'and he started back affrighted and closed the casement." The lonely boy-then scaled himself again at the bed side, and though his halls weighed heavy in their sockela, ho was awaku and watchful, duiing the long and droary night, abating nothing in Ins attentions to liis parent, and waiting wilh patience- for the coming day. He then hoped that a.brother of his mother might find as she had often mentioned him, her cyfi gleaming with joy, at the thought of deliverance lor- her child. herself she felt confident that the cold hand of death was upon-her, hut she quailed not. That awful night passed in sorrow to tho hapless youth, and the morning dawned in the cast, the clouds were giving away, and the clear heavens appeared to gladden the heart of Ihe young Do Linton. how was his gladness incicascd when among the ruina of his home he beheld the figures of human beings and ho knew that one of them was the hrpthor of his mother. Ho hasten- ed to her side, and informed her of tho joy- ful tidings. She cast her eyes unon the boy, Ihen upon heaven, and when her check became flushed, and her eyes beam- ed with unwonted brightness, the youne Edward rejoiced, for he Ihouglil she would recover. He hastened to meet his friends and inform them of his mothers situation. They then entered tho young boy ran up toward Iho pallet, and callcu upon the name of his mother. .There was no Lady De Linlon's soul had passed away from earth A smile sat upon her first rays of the rising sun shone upon her countenance, but her spirit had fled !___________ not, they cannot deny a child food fora parcnt-T care not for the storme-let ms but go, mother, they dare t said tho lady De Linton, and her countenance assumed the proud nobility of days gone by, and her eyes glanced haughtily as in the exercise of former digni- t- and rf thr-y mttvot refuse thee, iftheyViIlmnt all thy request, it shall not be! We will sooiter die, my son! Thy father'smarderers shall not grant a- chart? to shall not find a m and to bo carried in thut stfite for u conside- rable .distance. To oil, this (lie readily consented, partly from curiosity, and partly frojn the greatness of the reward olleml so inconsiderable a work. The strangerSminodiately placed a bandage oyer his eyes, and having led.-liijn; 'laud for a fow paces.'thpy cajjjfiVo the-spol ivhere a carriage into ivhich they both' got; if1 drove >fl'. They soon got out of least so ho mason conjectured, from th'u noisti of the wheels going over stones having ceased After having proceeded thus for about two liours, the rattling of the stones returned, xnd they seemed to tho, mason to have cn- Leied another tQwn; shortly alter which they stopped, and the mason was taken out oflhe caniage and led Ihiough oral pas- sages, and up a flight of" stairs, till thoy came to a place where he heard tins sound of voices. Ilere his eyes were uncovered, nnd he found liintselt in a larjve room, tlie walk, roofs, and floor of which, were, entirely hung with blick nicho on one side, which was le'Tl open. By the side it were, ,placed a considerable quantitv of stories and with all'the tools necessary for the work upon which the maSon was to be employed. There was also several men in the room, whose-faces were coveied with One of these came up to the mason, and a'ddressihg himself to him, and said Here which were promised you: and there is only one conditiori to be exacted frotn you, which isj.that you must never mention to any person what-JTOU may see or hear in this pface." This the mason promised; anil at this instant another man, who was also masked, entered the room, and demanded if all was ready. Upon be- ing answered in tlie affirmative, he, went out, and leturned again ic a faw minutes with two-ptheivmon, both masked, and one of whom, from the whiteness of his hair, the mason supposed to be an old man. These three dragged in with them a very beautiful youngf, woman, with her hair dishevelled, and her-whole appearance Betokening greaf disorder.. THey-pushed. herewith. greatVio- they at .length. Dui-ingthis'.fiine'sBe'fii.jefceaseaalternatP- ly uttering1 dreadfuTscrcams and mercy in the most piteous'mariner.' -Ones, she got loose from her persecutors, and iru- mc-uialely prostrated herself the feet" of thif old man, and embracing his knees, be- sought h tin to Jrill her at once, and not to let her suffer a cruel' and lingeiing jle'athj but all in vain. When the at last forced her into there, .arid commanded the mason woik, and wall "her up. I" Upon witnessing this dreadful" mason fell upon Ins knees, and.'entreated to be permitted to without being-, ac- cessary to this act of- cruelty. The "men however told him that it was They menaced him, if he refused to'perforin his promise, with instant death; they'said he' sliould receive, lo'uis ia'.Cpinplefel-lus.'wgrk. such Instantly did ap last actually Called up, 'SOi as to. reruje'c She-', was thenfleft tb-JJErishvby. slpjtfjlcgress, 'without air.'.or I[ "When ed the fifty-additional Jouisd'ors; his eyes-' were again covered; "he was led through various passagesias oni his and fi- nally put intojthe carriage, which drove off rapidly as befofef When he was again ta- ken out of it, his eyes were uncovered, and ho found himself standing on the eVact spot in Paris whero he had firstWt the slran- gcr. The same man now! btbpd'beside and addressing hini, desired him not to stir from the place where hd then was ,lbr fivo minutes, after which at liberty to re- turn home; adding, that he was a dead man if he moved before -the Ho then left him; and'the m.-ujon having waited the five straight to the whom jhe told his story; and they considered ihe circumstanco so curious, that they carried him immediate- ly to the Duke of 'AbraDtcH. Tlie Duko at. first imagined his account to be "an invcn- lion; but upon his producing'the purse con- taining the hundred louisd'ors he was com-- polled to believe it. The strictest search was immediately made in and about Paris for the discovery of the perpetrators of this horrid murder, hut in vain. The Empcrer Napoleon par- ticularly interested himself in it, atid special orders were issued by him to tho officers of the police, to leave no ilicnns untried to nt- lain their object. Many houses were searched, on the hope of finding nome place which had been lately walled, and which answered the account given by the mason: notwithstanding nothing further linn ever transpired respect- ipg mystery t The principal fcaitVros of UiiS. singular story werc.diama.tUed, wilh goo3'effect, a- botit Iwclve.ipcinUiuagio at one of tlio Minor Theatres, ufidoftlio.iiUo of Mason of .but the scene and catastrophe were entirely changed. J General Htilton is of Madame Morcati.Tridow of the GeiiRralof that name. The following story was related by Gen. Hulon; in the winter of 1816-17, one even- ing at Sir Sidney Smith's, in Paris. The Ihat he had it from Marshal Junot, Duke of Abrantes, who -was gover- nor of Parix at the time it happened, and must therefore, necessarily have been well acquainted with all the circumstances at- tending it. In the year 1805, as a. poor mason was returning one evening from his daily labors, he was met in an obscure street in Paris by a well dressed man' whose face he did n6t remember to have seen before but who utop- ped him, and inquired of him to what trade he belonged. On being answered that he was a mason, the man said, Ihat if he would wall up a certain niche which vtouiti be. to him, he should receive EvreWanf fifty louis-d'ore. The strangef-Sutdeil, that ho mn't submit lo have schoolmas- ter, while surrounded by his scholars at a night school, was oQo evening engaged, writing a copy, listening at the name time to some young men, apprentices, reciting n icaboii in the one of them with tho following-rcK'Jinff of Malt. 23, Ye blind glililoa which strain at a gain and swallow.s ttiw What's the nstoninhed teach- er, how Ao'ytio sriell eatel" G-u-a-t, sir." sir, if you please spell us." C-a saw Kajaimtt.l'_____________ d that an Irishman mmiKxkr the following almost incredible bull. A (fiend who wai arraigned for steal- irig ft having brought a neighbor to .swear positively that he remembered" gcxssc in hispossession ever since groslin, got Pat, after this, be- ine; Tiimself arraigned for stealing a gnu, >e- rVfrnrn on 3 fellow-countryman to swear he remember- ed the gnn in his possession ever since waga i.. ;