Onondaga Standard

September 30, 1829

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Onondaga Standard (Newspaper) - September 30, 1829, Syracuse, New York VOL. 1. SYKACUSE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1829. NO. 3. 1 1 Is published evcij Wednesday mouun Syracuse, Onon Co N Y by al [Office in tile cast end of the brick block (up stain) directly ID front of tl.e Sjratuse-House TCHMS __ To village subscribers uho have the papers lefrTat their doo-i, p2 50 To mail subscribers ind those wliocall for them at the olTico, !p2 To companies of rot leis th.ui 50. QCJ- inserted it SI per square for the f.rst three and 23 cents for every lubaequent msert'on flg- discount made to those who advertise bji the year OCJ-Pamphlets, Handbill, Cards. Blanks, fctec-utcil on short notice, in a ne.it and handsome style and on liberal terras Hih Prizes I I Mint Mine" Office, 8. C. wn numbeis of tl-e Neu-ioiU Consol- idated Lottery, Grand Cl.its No. 9. 5 32 2 20 42 44 38 Combination 3S 42 44, the Capital Share Fuze of of was sold to a Gentleman m tins village, nnd iiuiiimcdiately paid at his Office, on the airivdloftho Good CVewson Satuulay last Also, combination a o 500 dollars, togethei with one ol 100 dol !ais and a large inunbei ot S 30, 20 10, fee in the above Lottery by BllEWSTER, who also sold m the Lottery pi ecedmg this, to a genile- man in U'ica, the tiiaud Sfiare of 2.OOO. These lattev sullied to his tornier List forms a Rii-h and Brilliant catalogue, among which .ire the follow- ing Grand and Share Prizes- with a large number of S500, 400, 300.200. 100, 50, S. C- BREWSTER. 12th 1S20_______ Asthmas and COAMVJMF'i 10JVS. TUU ,mblic JK ics .LCtluliy .nlovmed ihal COUGH DROPS .m PEC- TORAL POWDEUi lioman eftects of thii HIALING BAISA-II, and nuny o'f the highest icspecLibihly have lolunlauly fr'nen ceitificales, some nf which accompiny each lioltlc, tiiat uill ?atisf} mindthat Ihi, moAt tra 01 dmarv and unexpected cuies h.nebeen pei- loirned by the use of tliis medicincin of itandiufj, in which olhci medicine had jitoduccil no cfTects, and vheie Ihe most skillful I'll) -iciuiwliad given them upas liopelcss ll ii not pielendcd lhat they jre an int.ilhblc in nil cases, but of such as aic incuublc there aie but few but will been sjie-iVly leliondby the use ot them. Hcaicclj :i case of Colds Coughs 1'ain in llic bide dillicul- ly of bicalhinp wml of sleep arising iiom de- liilil} or cicu seated consumpliuns.but may be relieved bj a timely use of llin Healing; Hal- Sim Each Dollar Boltlu ofllus medicine con- tains about 40 doses which proves them to a cheap medicine considering thcii Milucs NEW CERTIFICATE. I'o JAMES MCLLKIT Hudson, N Y. In the spring of eighteen liundi cd eighteen Mr Elcazcr Harris, a man in very indigent cirumstanccs ,md who had l.ibourcd loi me oc- casionally furftiurc than a year, was viulcnlK seized an affection of thclungs, accomp.i nied by alight drj cough ficquenllj unable lo r-iise any thing ncai ly hall an hour and then, most commonh blood His cough was so seveie and incessant that he soon became rnuch emaciated, his cye'6 gUssy jnd his strength Iclt linn lo lhat degree that he was to labor, compassionating his sitnaton, a friend of mine and myself procured foi him one bottle of Anderson's Cough Drops. IJy taking which in aboutthiee weeks [to my ailoniahmciil] liewasso far restored as to be able lo perform his usual labor. GAIUS STEBBINS. Jlillsdnle Feb. 19. 1P2B. 1 Robert Kidnev of llocheslcr, Monroe co fj. Y. do hereby certify that for a long time 1 was so i educed by an afTcclion of the lungs at tended with pain in the breast ol breathing thai. my life was despaired ol nnd given up as incurable by a council offivt ofDocl G llitch- coclc of Hochcstci was induced lo make use Anderson's Cough Drops and by ininif one Jlollle was restored lo pc? feet health. 1 woul thcrefoie recommend all those afflicted a similar complaint to make use of the same ?'cmcdy at 1 am perfectly satisfied ihal il ed my life- UOBERT KIDNEY. Rochester Jtarrh 11.1828. MJJH'JIJIE Of IMPOSITIONS. Valuable Medicine is Countci feilcd Fnrhnscrs must be particular and ask fut COUGH nnorS picparcd by JJIMESJHEftLEfi, and also see lliM the llol arc stamped in the Glass J. Mellen instcW of I Miller. Vor sale wholesale and Retail by Doel M TILLIAMS and Messrs. ADDOTT MYERS Syincnsc. January 7, 1829. HAVE just received 3-44-4 5-4 and 6- Cambr'k and Sarsmctt Cambr'k: fig' plain and Swiss If- mull mulls and Muslins do. do. book Muslins; Scotch and Linen .Lawn, linen Cambr'ks; Linen and Linci Cambrick Handkerchiefs; Needle an Tamhr'd wofk'd caps, capes, collars nn points. Irish linen shirting and Sheeting 3-4 4-4 6-4 7-4 and 8-4 Russia, birdsey and dnmask, diaper and napkins Due drillings, etc. For sale cheap 2 cases Leghorn Haf STvl onrt 1 rn tage and grp-iey open work straw hats, gen llcmrns leghorn and Havajina elc. Mav 37 J82" 72 Merchant Tailors. HI.II -.ion in llic cJit winy _J Vmos tir building, (on the can il) lieie they will al ull tiinc-bbc- pk-as.cdlo pon llK'ii tnenilb anil ibe n nu nib in ide nil pi CIMOII ind on llic I st ntilice '1 licii Ucitiu lo ubtain Iiom >rk tin- Ijlcst islnurs is uilbUip.ibtLil by luv i ilus sc'Ciion ol ihi. Cloth and run.inm.3-s nc kept on hind, and n sale- -it it-iluccil 1'hev also keep foi .igkiicial .issoitmci't of Itrntiii SHnTic Incli Ihej will sell .u unexceplionable, o lliosc arc ikbiiiins of iHiieh.i-.ing- isluei nid ail-gent-ittention tu biisines-, iej hope lo receive ih it sbaie ot pauuiuge Inch and iniluMi V meiit-> SM ICIIBC. Iv47 A" DOLE'S GERMAN EYE-WATJGR. llliO'l 1 St MYLUblme re- ceived u supply of this sutc 'ind eihc.moub tbi sine Eyes, and being appoint- ed soli; agents foi this enmity, ihe} be enabled to keep const mllv on hind the Geimai, Tins medicine has Leen used in this rcfjiun, and umroimly appi ovc-dot, but foi t-.iilhei evidence see the follow- ing certificuii, CERTIFICATES. Il-uing used Dole's Geiman we findit of supen op efficacy in most cases of sore and prelei .ible lo now use, anil theiclore ifccommend it lo thcpuo- GLUIIO> COILMSG, JOHN L. Trnj, Dec 1824. liMnir had tbe cji e ol an infint child, not er.i fui might old, ol John Ksq, iat had sine cjes, and was legulnry Bl- ende-el b} j.' plusicun, until he despauedot elpiiHrit, and as I a s very feal hd the child ouknusc. its eyes, I piocuied some of Dole's cui ed it immediately, and I link it a tin- eyeiy farm- lo possess MA.UIY LANT1XG Tioy, Tcbiuaiy 3, 1829 licingin the h ibit oi attending on the sick I :ive harl occasion to use Dole's nil a Kie.it man} dilleient peisons, 'ind atler 5111 q- diflei eiH kinds of failed o help ifflicted, I Ime procured Uulcs, Inclr an immediate ciU'eVano1 T Ihifik the safest and quickest cure foi1 sorcej cs now n use. JOHN ELU'OOU rl Feb 3, 2S2G been afflicted willi soie eyes, I cm lined a 1'hyiici.into cu.e them, but they con- nucd lo woise so much so that I nfLil of losinglhem when Dole's Watei .is i ecommendcd to me I immedi.ilely pro- .ned .ibntilu, anu used Uie consent of ic rhvsician, which in a few days complelelj 1 think it one ol tbc most le (Aires fur soie nou in use. 1' ULNVOOD Trov.rcbiuai} 3 1826 Ilundieds ol Cenificates might be idclcd to e .ihovu but the public nuyjudge for thcm- chi aboie mcdicino may Ije liacl f S Meriiman, Chiistiin of Vin M OMrandcr, Tully, of Dr. Jl'ili-belS iuv, and of J C. BrcwsLer, Bdld-wnii HENRY at the old 1'laslcr, Jltegulalinr; Hitters, )iops lor S.dl Ithcum, Itheumatic Uropi, lot liiltcis, Compound foi Canker litter 1'ondcTa, Snull, nnd InlUiops, Woini 1'owdci, ilieuinntic S.dvc and EnT-'lic with diicctions ow lo be mcd .iccompaimnp; cnch All of which :nc consl.inll) kept on hand and in s.dc by ihc subsciibci at Gcddcb, Onnnda ;j co jnd also il Ihc following places vi? At li ullej'b .mil Ulan's, Syr.icusc, Bultcificld's, .ilina .ind Kimbcih's, Caiiiillus1 C. THOMSON. N 15 An oppoilunity will atall limes be jf- ouled to lliosc who .ire dcsiious nf .Uaihng ol the bcncfil of a uiizini; niaclur.c. Gcdclcs .lime S3, 1829. ualh 01 lec- LOT house and lot, formerly owned by !Cd ward Bacon csq. m the village of Syracuse is offered for Sale The situation '9 a desirable one, and llic terms of sale will be reasonable Foi ijrucu'ara enquire of Ihe suhsrribcr D. G MONTGOMERY Syracuse, Feb. 19, 1829 ____ __ STRAY HORSE. BROKE into ihc enclosure of the subscriber on the 27th day of June, a Urge DARK SOR- REL HORSE, with a sUr in hie forehead, some vlnto hairs in liis mane occasioned by the colar Sf s supposed to be IS or 1-i years old The owner s rcqucstrd to pay charges, and lake him avvav Lodi.Jnnc 30 ROSE SnOES SHOES SHOES MiE subscriber lias just received a very CTlensivp assustincnl ot SHOES, Which he offers foi sale by ihe Cisc, Trunk pair, and will be in constant receipt no' only of that .n liclc, but of light fancy S and HOOT ELS. .1OI1N ROGERS N II. The will be exchanged for Salt or Country Produce, or sold on a short crcdi for approved security. Mav 7, 1828. Hf Lands for Sale. J rinFIE otle'is lui s ih 300 Acies of Lane on Milii.uy lot No J7, m the township o M.inhus (now fcali IK, This lot is distar bom mo miles horn the Mll.igc of y.ilm. }ing on ihc road to Can's settle-incut The Land is of llic fust qualiiv foi f.un ng purposes Jis location is desiu ile. m reteienee to maiKet, beaniA, an .e.ililifulness ol situation. It be sold in small lots of fiom 10 0 acies to suit pin chaseis. One qiuutei ot llic puiehase inonc mist be paid [lie ic-nianuler i hree or fom annual insi.ilhneni-, Also, foi sale acics of e; eellent land on the bide ol the Onoi laga Lake, and numcdiatulv opposite ll illage of Liverpool Foi fuithei paitieiilais inqime ot tli ubseubei at his office in llic ul fc.i ma June 182'J. 77tf J G. FOHHKB POMTIftV, n steel and siher mountings Goggles Magnifying Glasses. He can icmcdy any defect of sight by age Spectacle Eyes set on moderate terms Knqune at the sign of tho Mortar and Spectacles outh tide of the canal in Ihe illape of Syracuse June JONA D VY Doctor Thayer's Pill Calholicon, Oil US1VE11SAL FAMILY PHYSIC. are wholly ol procluc- JL lion, and u] e cstc'c'iued m almobl compl.iinl piefciable to .Inlnfi and Calomel. They cleanse llic stom.ich of .ill hi tin, useless matter, to an emetic rciloiinjj lost .ip ctitc.arnl coi i ecling billions diioreici E The) cause alici evjcii ili.in fmm the athout giving llie least p un o: uneasiness, and according lo ihe opinion ol jrood aie jiefciablc lo Lee1 sJiiltioia Fill, in an} cl.'-oi Jci orv Inch his wcie ul use .ind accoidintjto Ihc ipimon of tho'e I'hyMCiiins, acquainted with Iheir opei-lion, aie piclencd to my medicine of the kind now m ciiculation, iiir use, jcsidcs there is no mcicunal piepaialion cun- nceledwilh them Tliey are useful in almost comiilaiiit nqident to the human fiaine-, wheie ue useful, and are peifuclly s.ife fin- women and children in ill RECOMMENDS TIONS nn Mr D.iMil binilli I hciebv certifj, Ihal I been uoubled Inc veais with coin- diseases of Ihc slunuUi and b'Jivels, jaffiing the skill of Plnsicians lo icinim bul jy ihe use ofOr. Thajci's C.itholiciin 1'ilK, I ind moierchul than fiom .111} other medicine's, and 1 cannot comcnienll} do them Therefore would recommend Ihcm lor family .ise, as j slfc, cisj and pi ofiUble medicine.- 13eing in the coiibUnt use ol Ihem lor }ears, I can honubll} tcslily lo then1 salutary in my complaints. SMITH "lliiAisTiiti, Ore. 13, 1323 I mm the Ammi (01 scyeinl cars past cxpciicnred llu In nplit o Thuya I'cgiltiMc Cutholicon }'ilh 1 r.n iccommcnd ilasjmnsl lai'nly 1'ailici.ilarly as a lemcdyfoi .ill bilious I'oiii- pKiints the headache, when it proceeds Imm a disordered Momach dysenlaijif used in llie early sl.vjcs of the discatc, and cspeeiallj lo the common btomach complaints, among childien. DuiiiiK my long cxpciicncc in the use of llic ahoic medicine, I have found U unifninib sale- 11 ill c.ises, and aprcable in ilf opei itiuns, and not hebilalc I" buy, iliht it issiip'-rmr tn any cathaitic w itli which I h.uc been acquainted A.MCIIOLS Drc. 18, 1022. Ilandolph.Dec 20. IB22 have for some time past made free, use of Ur Tliaycrs Tills, and do fully concur in the opinion by the Jlcv. Ammi Nichols, as slate by Jonathan Jiaes. r.vq. tiaiimcl, Jiilsf, Jllr iSimcon Cnrtifs, Jlfrij. IVillitim tl JInil. Timolliv Jlaylics shall itf I crmv lllilcr Xifm J'ojic, Jlcv. Klijnh Lymnn ftnAi ItaooKTirm. NEW GOODS- opening gen- FITCH arc cral assortment of DRY GOODS. Fancy and Staple, which were purchased a few days since in New-York, and will be sold for cash as low as at any store in the county. Among them are llroad Cloths, Cas- simeres, Nankeens, Jeans, Deaverteen Vest- ing% Calicoes nnd Ginghams, black blue and mitcd silk Camblets, Sinchcw silk, blue hlfc Italian do; Satins, fancy. Silk and Gauze Handkerchiefs, gauze Tlarage for Ladies Ilats, Bombazines, black Listing, brown and green Parasols, travelling Uaskcts 64 Hcd-ticking, bleached nnd unbleached Sheetings arid Shirtings, cotton Yarn and Tfilfinp; rnttnn nnd linen TViaper, and duck, Combs, I'aper Hangings, Looking Glasses, besides rmny other articles. Syracuse May l''rom Lftc ot 'i u. lUTUJl'V KVIJ. No moon is out upon the sky. To give us tiood of mpllow hglit, Bat calmly in the sea on high. The stars are flashing foilh as bright As if a sun, that scMlt Away from its uch fnnuimei.t, cie dashed upon the sky agim, And bcallcrcd all its light like lain, AVhich sliding down the azure arch, Like ice on dozen mcrs thrown, strcjminff as Ihc cou.et innrch. Took peaces in the zone, A.nd thiiie Ihcy lloat awiy and --irifr, Till the wide bc.ivcus in echo And he upon their hcd of dun, The fragments of a b'oLen sun' And shins mih pure and lancdhuc, And sail in holy radiance .lucre, Toiexer looking from ihe blue, With their own quick and changing glare, And those hiigntoncs that tiunldu so By tire tossing to and Ho; Now up to parllv hid. Like bright eyes fro.n a drooping hd O'er eaith the coal winds along, Like pjjints'troubled wails of woe, Or smu a melancholy song, "With the pale liver's iipphnc now, Or w -uler up the mountain side, lliliirapicauiogTrniou'f.rmi: Above wheiepoinis Us s'ty crowned height, To f.iu llic Bt.uiy brow or night MISCELLANY. honor, or the undue nffrleiids, you bee a ounp; man whose manner-, are ol" but the plain icsult of an lionoiahlu.uU the most lioistc-iotis and disgusting Kind, with brass enough to cany with himanj v. here, and vanity to think ev cry one mU'iioi to ni.iiij him', Fhnt, Jahh Gillteit, Phytirian. Dr. Uudjjc licrcuj t'.iS' a year past 1 have made considerable use of Dr. Thayer's Veritable Till Ciitliolicon, in mj practire.and have uniformly foun-1 a sale, f-nsy and military calhartic, in cusps Pn w u h they are recommended in the bill on-closn the boxes. 1 therefore cheerfully rrcnmmeni1 (hem, as I often have done in this vicmitv t'i families, and also to Ihe public al large, not as a nostmn, but as a useful family cjthainc (Ml. OMIM HASCOCK, JBNF 4, 1823. Prom Ur. 1 ilden in thf habit ol using Dr. Thayei's Ycgitablr Tills in my prar lice for many I cordially recnmrnri-' them to the public as a safe, and profita- ble medicine. ITJ1AMA11 T1I.DEN. rhjiici.ii- PAWI.ET, Srrr. 6 sale by ABBOTT, alluclion ee'n tlio conliaelm paitie-, and that lust instituted Lheholj estate ol 7 is an mclal, that is it into the nine, or cinhcddi.il in the impuic soil, it v, ill never be'comc cor- uipt, conode 01 imbibe one apecL olmst or mputity.so should be the love ti rn ndohip, it may be sometimes Iiom the elevation ol m- luc'iicL into tbe deepest ol penury 01 distills, lie dooiuoJ ''To wns'te its noss on the be inearceratcd uithinthu jrioomy confines ol the jnisim cell, oi .issdtiate with the pooi, the mean, >i llie ilhtcutte, still, like its mcmruptible cn.blcm, slicml! it eonliiii.c as brithL and as bcaiililul as ei S As "old is the most ductile of all met- ils, so thai an ounce c.m be beaten out to the love and friendship implied m the mairiarrc nngshould ever be considered as infinitely moie valuable than any other system ol which human nature is capahlc. 4. As gold is the most compact or al least pourous of mcUils, so the marnagc love and friendship should he so closely cement- ed by the blending into each other of all the kind and good affections of the parties, as to leave no possible aperture of opening for the introduction of anj strange or forbid- den affection. Each parly should always he pi epared to say to the other, "Thy loveliness my heait hathpre-poisi'sscd. And left no room for any other gui-sl 5 As gold, hy the action of the most in- tense heal, even in a. crucible, cannot lose any particle of its original -weight and worth, hut comes tint of the crucible as heavy and as valunhlc as when it was put ih, losing nothing in consequence of the fie- ry ordeal, except whatever portion of or alloy may have boon with the pure metal, the most severe af- and fiery persecutions which may he Ihe portion of the marriage parties, du- ring" some of the changes and chances of this morlal life, should never be able to det- eriorate or lake from Ihe marriage union any part of its intrinsic worth or beauty, hut the parties should rise from the furnace of affliction and llie dishonors of the grave, without having-lost any thing except the grosser particles of earth and sin, which may have unhappily attached themselves to the union which was intended to secure their felicity. G. The marriage ring should he perfectly plain, that is no chated or artificial work on is thn the marriage uftion should not result of apy artifice, on account of digests" the with im- plied suggestions and cndcauncnts, ami then gl.xnees at the honored linger, wlueli hears, the pine insignia, ol such volumin- ous, delight and serious responsibility, inexpressibly happy she must feel lhat she can be sit all luiiet, and under nil ciicum- stanccs, the heaier of so dear and poi table i pledge of all that constitutes real tenes- ral leheitv and mav she often recur to the title or motto and "Tlnnic w ell on it." "Tin1; loic worth commending-, Stil1 nciei ending ICE MOUNTAIN IN VIRGINIA- The cunosity, which it is my purpose to introduce to your notice, is appropriately called the lee Mountain It stands in the county of Ilampslme, not far distant frorr he road leading from Wiuchestei to Rom- icy, and near a small stieatn called the forth Rivci It is nol of very gieat alli- ude, nor are its, sides, very steep or pieeip- tous. About half a mile or perhaps, moie, if thr> side fronting the v est, is foimed cn- irely ol stones Irctr. ..iuaseto very" ucai Is summit ui varying in wcighl TOIU ten to twenty pounds, lie loosely to- gether, and may, he easily removed Jie earth of any consequence be- ing found among them, of ;