Onondaga Standard

October 07, 1829

Issue date: Wednesday, October 7, 1829
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Pages 1 - 8 of the Onondaga Standard October 7, 1829.

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Onondaga Standard (Newspaper) - October 7, 1829, Syracuse, New York SYRACUSE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1829. Is published everyWednesday morning, at Syracuse, Onon Co. N. Y. by [Office in the east end of the brick stairs) directly iii front of the Syracuse-House village subscribers who have tbe papers lift at Iheir doors, 60 To mail subscribers and those who call for them at To companies of not less than ten, 60. (g-ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at per square for the first three weeks, and 25 cents for every subsequent insertion liberal discount made (o those who advertise bj tUe year. (KJ-PamphletB, Handbills, Cards, Blanks, executed on short notice, in a neat and handsome style and on liberal terms. Prises Again "Mint Mine" Office, S. C. Drawn numbers of the New-York Consol- idated Lottery, Grand Class No. 9, viz 5 32 2 20 42 44 38 Combination 38 42 44, the Capital Share Prize of ivas sold to a Gentleman in tins village, and imuunediately paid at Ins Office, on the arrival of the GoorfJWiroon Saturday last. Also, combination 38 42 a prize of 5OO dollars, together with one of 100 dol- lars and a large number of 40, 30, 20 TO, were likewise sold in the above Lottery by BREWSTER, who also sold in the Lottery preceding this, to a gentle- man in'U'.ica, the Grand Share Prize of These latter Pri2es added to his former List forms a Rich and Brilliant catalogue; among which are the follow- ing'Grand and Share Prizes: With a large number of 8500, 400' 300, 200, 100, 50, S. C. BREWSTER. Syracuse, Aug. 1S2O _ _ Asthmas and THE public arc i' a inarmed that COUGH JD.BOPS PEC- nave Jroui :m extensive nae for 9 years past, proved themselves to be dne of the most valuable remedies ever yet discovered- for the cure of Coup's, and affections of the breast and lungs leading to Consumptions. Thousands have experienc- ed the happy of this flEAUKo artd" many respectability have voluntarily given certificates, accompany each Bottle, that will satisfy unprejudiced mindtllat the most extra- ordinary and unexpected cures have been per- formed by the use of this medicine in cases of tone'standing, in which other medicine had produced no favorable and where the moil skillful Physiciansbad given them upas hopeleit. It it not pretended that they are an infallible cure, in all cues, but of such us are incurable are but few but what will been creatly relieved by the uscot them. Scarcely a case of Colds Coughs Pain in the side difficul- ty of breathing want of sleep arising from de- bility or even seated may be relieved by a timely use of this Healing .Bal- aam. Each Dollar Dottle of this medicine con- tains about 40 doses which proves them to be a cheap mcilicine considering vheir virtues. NEW CERTIFICATE. To JutES HiLLiir Hudion, N Y. tnthe spring of eighteen hundred eighteen, Mr. Eleazer Harris, a man-in very indigent airurnftaneea and who had laboured for me nc. year, was violently soiled with an pflection of the lungs, accompa- nied by a tight dry cough frequently unable to raise tiling for nearly half an hour and then, most commonly, blood. Ilia cough 10 severe and incessant 'that he toon became rtuch emaciated, his eyes glassy, ami liu strength left him to that degree that he wholly unable to labor, compassionating his sittiaton, a friend of mine and myself procured for him one bottle of Anderson's Cough Drops. By taking which in three weeks [to my astonishment] he was so far restored aa to be able to'perform hii usual labor. r OAltJS STEDBINS. Feb. 10.1MB. I Robert Kidney of Rochester, Monroe co. N. T. do hereby certify tha't fqr a long time I so reduced by an affection of the lungs at- tended with pain in the breast difficult! ol breathing that my KPe was despaired of "and Riven up as incurable by a council of five but by the advice of boct G. Hitch- ettk of Rochester WH iuduccd to make use Anderson'. Cough a'nd by uslnfr one Dottle was restored to perfect beaHb. t would therefore recommend all time afflicted with eitoilar 'to make tue of the tame rerttdy.Mlamperfectly satisfied that it 'ed my life. i ROBERT KIDNEY, Xtcteiter Marett 11.'1828. HEIfJUlK OF IMPOSITION', Thit Valuable Medicine is Counterfeited jSirtessn bsT turtiovUr and aUo see that the Dot tlet arc in the GUss J. ttelten instead BetaiKby Doct M fllXIAKlS and AMHJTT IVtltfclt! Sfrocww. Ja.iroary 1, IS39. lyil DAVE juM received 4-4 and _ "CrtArk Md Carabr'k; fig'd pMfrMaVCMMTfc Moll mulls ihdXMlfM took .HiwKnr, Scotch and Linen Linen WrtJ Linen Jfed JMIerchant Tailors. CON 11-.' T. i i.l i. i i -.r ing Amos P. Gunger1? building, (oil the cnnal) uliere they will at all times be pleasedto waii upon theii friends and the public generally. Garments made uith precisionand on the shoit- est notice. Their facility to obtain from New- fork the latest Tashions is unsuipassed by ao n this section of the Clotli and Tiimminjs are kept an hand, and ur sale at i educed prices. Tlieyalso keep consUntlv foi sale n crcner.il nssorlmi-nt of vliich they will sell .it prices unexcepiionable, o those aiedesnous of purchasing. Uy a strict and diligent jttenJion to business hey hope to receive that shai e of patronage vhich punctuality and induslrj merits. Syracuse, Dec 2, DOLE'S GERMAN EYE-WATER. ABBOTT MVhUShave re- ceived a Iresli supply of this sure and eflicatious remedy for sore Eyes, and being appoint- ed sole ngcnts for this county, they will be enabled to keep constantly on hand the German Kje-Water. This medicine has been used in this region, and uniformly nppioiedof, but for further evidence see the follow- ing certificates! CERTIFICATES. Having used Dole's German Eye-Water, we find it of superi- or efficacy in most cases of sore Eyes, and preferable to any novr n use, and theiefore recommend it tothepuo- c. GUHDOV CoirvTifc, Jo ax L. THOMPSON, Troy, Dec 1S24. Druggists Having had the rare of an infant child, not o- era fortnight old, of John Woodwoitli lat had very sore eyes, and was regularly at- ended by a physician, until he despaired of elpingif, and as I was very fearful the child lose its eyes, T procured some ofBole't lye-Water, winch cured it immediately, and I hint it a very fami- y to possess MAUIA L-AKRINGT i Troj, February 3, 1829. Being in tire habit of attending on Ihc sick 1 ave hart occasion to use Dole's Eje-Water with a great many different persons; and after sing different kinds of failed p lielp tho4e.afHictetl, I have vhich effected an immediate cure, and I think t the safest and quickest cure for sorqeyes now n use. JOHN ELAVOOD. Troy, Teb 3, 282G Having been afflicted sore eyes, lem- loyed a Physician to cure them, Uut they con- inued to giow worse so much so that 1 was earful of losing them wlftn Dole's Eye-Water vas recommended to me I immediately pro- ured a b'utilc, and used against the consent of ic Physician, winch in a few days completely uvednliem. I think it one of the most valua- le- cures for sore eyes now in use WwP. EL WOOD. Troy, February 3 182B. "Hundreds of Certificates miplit be added to 'it above but the nubhggpayjudge for thcm- medicine may also be had f S, S. Mcrriman, Christian Holloir, of Wm. M. Osirander, Tully, of Dr. Tib-bels and of J. C. Brewsler, Bald-wins illc. Syracuse, relmiary 1829 16R12I1 HENRY NEWTON, at the old "tand of New- ton ff Humphreys, on the south side of the Janal, offers Ina Cervices to the public as a For- arding and Commission Merchant Hi3 Wiire- ouse 13 conveniently situated for the reception nd delivery of Goods, and he pledges his moat un- veancd attention to all business confided to his barge Boats from the east and west will call aily at his warehouse. He will keep constantly on hand at all times an itensive assortment of Groceries, Crockery and Provisions, which he invites the attention of his friends and te public. The farmers will find it to their ad' antage 10 give him a call, as the highest cash pri- o.-, will always bepaid for Syracuse, June 11, 1829 N .B-A11 those indebted to the firm of JWlo- n'Sf BumphreyirQt to the subscriber mdividu- llyare respectfully invited to call and settle tlicir espective accounts immediately. N. H. Spectacles and Goggles. corutaniXy on J_tid Jor. JL sale, a complete assortment of CONCAVE AND CONVEX Botanic Medicines. Vll K lilUC.i, ila I'llib, Stomach Tills, Composition, Salve, rUrtcr, Elixcr ncgulaling Dittcrs, >rops for Salt Rlicum, Rheumatic Dropi, lot Bitters, Compound for Canker litter Pon-ilcrs, Snuff, nnd lot Diops, Wnrm Powder, Ihcumalic Salve and Emetic with directions low to be used accompanying each. All of which nrc constantly kept on linnd and sale by the subscriber at Geddcs, Onomla- ja co. and also at the following places viz: At Imdley's and Dlair's, Syracuse; Dulterfield's, and Kimberly'd, C. TffOJIfSOJV. N. D. An opportunity will times be if- oriled to those wlio arc desirous of hcmselvei of the benefit of n vapor bath or Ice machir.e. Gerldis June 23. TB29. HOUSE I HE home lot, formerly -owned by Edward Bacon etq. IB the of Syracuse ii offered ___ Sale. The situation demrable OM; md die terms of tale will be renonable For laibcalara enquire of the subirnber D O. MONTGOMERY Syricute, 19, BROKE into the enclosure of the subscriber on the 27lh day of June, a Urge DARK SOU BEL' HOUSE, with a stir in hit forehead. Dome htlra in mane oceiuiMM by the colar 10 II or 14 yeare oM. The ownc it rtdowted to psy charfes, and lake him away Loft. June M. THOMAS. ftOSE BHOCS 8UOE8 1 1 BUOB8 II! subscriber just received n very extensive .iMonmen! ol SB OB 8, Whieli he offers fur by the Case, Trunk bnzen and will be in cOnstanireceipt no only ,6f that article, but of light fancy BOOTS and BOOTEES. JOHN ROGERS. N, 0, The abflve will be eifchanged fcrSa or Cdbniry Pf oJirce, or fold on a short credi May a necurity. 1848. Hf. GOODS. A FfirClt an optlmi; gen Fancy aTid 9iapV, whMH were few days Bince ih Jfew-T0rt( and will MM for law aa at my More 'Alwdna; Kankeem, BeaMrtem Vest Blaek Mac md LiiHtt IIMt, Wik IWtMwft, tor letting afrf y the of Dr. Thaycr's Catholicon Pills, 1 Ind more relief than from nny other M forger rente, alnd pared a niactnne ot linen, lined paper, was lit feet weijtn- 430 ponrdJe, carried Sicre tbaa 400 tioni In the upper regim of tto phem But should erer to guide the wilt, it might, pettaps, fee employ ed for of which hmve hardly an idea. Possibly, the plan o profi-woT" flight be NO. 4. by tho construction of a gigantic which would enable us to perform an aerial circumnavigation of the earth During the French rovoluticn, an ncutbtic institution was founded at Meudon, not far fiom "Paris, for the education ofa corps of aeronauts with the view of introducing balloons into ai niics as a means of re-connoitenng the en- emy But this use of balloons was soon, laid aside, for, like every other, it must be attended with great unceitanity, as long as the machine has to obey the wind. A- luong llie Fieuch, Blanchard and Carnerir- iave undertaken the. gicatest number ot- aerial voj'ages; among the Germans, pro- fessor Junpus, in Berlin, in JS05 ami'G, made the Since that tune, Ueichard his wife have became know n by then aerial excursions Even at Constantinople, sucli a. voyage performed, at the wish and ex- pense, of the two Englishmen-, Barly and Devigne. Llanchaid was ren- dered an essential service to aeronauts by the invention of the parachute, which they can use, in case of necessity, to let them- selves down without clanger Many at- tempts have been made lo regulate the bal- loons, by means of oais, wings, Sic. but with little success Tlic Tmman of i omantic ad- ventures of the Neapolitan painter, Antonio Solaria, better known under the name of'll (the are worth record- ng, as, although an able artist, and well cnown in Rome, Bologna and Venice, he is not mentioned by Vasari or The son of an artizan at Chieti, iiv tlic A- >ruzzi, lie came to Naples caily in the tff- .eentli century to exorcise the trade of his fi- ller, and was occasionally employed in the louse of Colantonio del Florc, one of the most celebrated painters of his tune ic saw and loved the artist's daughter, and so aident was liis attachment, that he had the temerity to demand hei in of her father Colantonio, although a dis- tinguished and .wealthy man, irritation at this audacious proposal, -which appealed lather to amuse than oflend without positively rejecting it, told the tin- man that lie would give him his daughterin mariiage whenever he became as good a. painter aa hev Tfa.tlxcr. The enamoured ar- tizan was_nptdismayed'by the condition, tt ilcinanded time" for its performance: tonio gave him ten years, and'even'promis- ed during that period his :'3augliterj should not marry. 'TJiis singular agreeinent soon became the talk of Naples, and "even of- tho Neapolitan court, wliere it is been i-atined in- presence oC Queen rite, and llie -Princess Joanna. .The "enter- prising tinman, attracted by the celebrity of Lippo d'Almasi, departed for Bologna, and studied in that school Mfitli such nbiTity and perseverance, that in a few- years he made progress in" pain ting an'd design." Ere the name ol "II Zingaro1" became celebrated throughout J.omTiar.dy, "and after seven years of study rat Bologna, ho surpassed Tiis teacher, and pr'oceededjtothe otherschopls of Italy in quest of higher talent. -.Hewprk-, edinthe atteliefa ofthe most distinguished masters at .Plorence, "'Ferrara, Home" and Venice, and. after tb.c" expiration of-nine h fatr month" ht old without this elueTits "Thert to- ta One great tomftny nndet the utatnfr, tlw nweistnto or is required lo MMvUin The Mil Of H tMidTindOed! M e i fair rnm very eot on thifr imMer. Many aM yMMf Mt tft wouM well nigh expire in -OH aftti otheni would gntky of flnM wf rMhcrllun rerCBl. and nhtraM the trtrtfc swain WOU'ILI, lioiroi niiisck, suncmfei up hrs infcmlcd rib." ;