Onondaga Standard

October 28, 1829

Issue date: Wednesday, October 28, 1829
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Pages 1 - 8 of the Onondaga Standard October 28, 1829.

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Onondaga Standard (Newspaper) - October 28, 1829, Syracuse, New York VOL. SYRACUSE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2S, IS29. -if 1 J WO. 7. Is published every Wednesday morning, a Syracuse, Onon. Co. N. Y. by in the cast end of thcbiick block (up stairs) directly in front of the Syracuse-House village subM-ribers who have the papers left at their doors, 50. To mail subscribeis and those who call for them ihe office, To companies of not less than ten, 50. jJ3-4DVEtiTisEMENTi inserted at per square for the first three iveeks, and 23 for every bubsequeut insert'on liberal discount made "o those who advertise by the year. OS-Pamphlets. Handbills, Cards, Blauks, execute-! on short notice, in a neat and'handaorne style and on liberal terms. 1WEW (west end of Ihe Syracuse Mansion-Ilouse) THE has juit recened from New Vork agood assortinentof choice Groceries, taring which are Port, Madeira, Tenerijtf'e, Claretl j Muluga Selection Notice. -------o-------- A GENERAL election is to be held in .the County of Ononduga, on the second, third, and fourth o_f November next, at which will be chosen rlie omccr mentioned in the notice from the Secretary of Slate, of which a copy is .il Syracuse August 31st 1S29. JOHNH. JOHNSON, Sheriff. State of New-York, Secretary's office. Albany August 20, 1329. Sin: I hereby give you notice, that at 'the next Central Election, a Senator is to be chosen for the Seventh Senate District in ihe place of Tru- mat H-irt whose term of office uill expire on the 'sat day of Ueceiubei 1829. To the Slisnnofthe> A. C. Ft AGO. County uf Onondnga. 5 Secretary of .State BY the right and title of an execution, I have taken all OLIVER BIG3BY, to lot No. eighty-two, in the town of JLvsan- der, which I shall sell at public Venduc, at Ihe house of I. W. I'errj in the VilL.ge of Sk.m- eatelaa, on Thursday, the eighteenth day of June "neii, at ten o'clock in the foieaoon of th.it day. Dated May 5, J829. LEWIS SMITH, late Sh'ff. _______-__________'J. H COLVIN THE sale of the above desc. ibed property is postponed to the second d.iy of July nest, iheu to be made ac the Stiiin' lioui .md ji'iacu as before advertised. Da'.ed June ISnr; 1SJ9. LEWIS -sMITH, Idle .-ih'ff __________________J. H CoLviy. TI1E sale of the described property 15 further postponed to ThurMla the thirlicih day o Jujy instant then to be made at the Same hour and July 2, 1829. LEWIS SMITH, late Sh'ff- ___________________J. H. fCoi.viy. THE sale of the aboae described prop- erty isfuTthct postponed to 'Thursday, the day of November next, then to be made at Ike Syracuse Jfause, kept by O, Cantstock, in the village of Syracuse, at the same hour of the day. Dated July 30, 1329. LEWIS SMITH, late Sli'ff J. H. CoiAir.. Olive Oil, Capers, Cloves, Cinnamon, LAST WEEK'S! OMISSIONS- ol the U. S. IJnuich Bank, about to boloca- at that B. James Robertson, jr. has been removed from phis. Townsend, Reuben B the office of Collector of the Cm triuof Va and Ch, appointed in his stead. There is j buck machine in York, whereby bricka maybe made They are ready for the fire ;u> soon as delivered the machine, and sell readily at 5 a S dollars per thousand. I'eauock, By the report of the controllers of the public schools in Philadelphia, it appears _ I some thirty-one thousand children o( both The met at Richmond, on the of 5 church communities, to call public meeting ol their citizens or members, to take coun- sel upon (heir public inti-rests, and to-piih- resolutions in the journals, or from Pepper, Ginger, Starch, Sperm Candles, Soap, Nutmegs, Allspice, Mi.stard, Spanish Segars and 1-1 Fioxes, Sugars Teas, Lemons, for sale low AMB. BROWER. Coiree, Raisins, Figs, for CASH. Syiacuse, July 29, 1829 P. S. Country Produce taken for GOODS. A LATE ARRIVAL OF, GENUINE Drugs Medicine, .TODAY'S. 'Thefollowing are a few only. Q ULPII. Qui- nine, Cruton Oil, Coleliicuin, EUteiium, Oxymuritite ash, Phosphorus, Iodine, Strychnine. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS Pockel Teeth various and GlasECS, patterns, Sprinp Lancets' 1 Thunib do- El.iilic Gum Calhe- ic- rs Mctalic do- Monday. Mr. Madison coiiiin.ited J.uned Mon- roe as president, and he was unanimously appoin- ted. An eastern paper mentions, than an eagle, mis- taking a weather vane on A barn at Gloucester for a real bird, and an antagonist, m.idc a furious attack upon it, and while engaged in the conflict, was shot by Mr. A. Knortltou. He measured 5 feet across the ivings- Hon. Henry R. Storrs has resigned the office of first judge of Oneida county. LAKE stlir. Lake Serpent, was recently lost on Lake Eue, and it is believed that the crew composed of six persons, were all drowned. The bodies of the Cjpiain and his brother have been found. The Washington Telegraph announces the ar- rival of Com Porter in that city, he is said to be the bearer of despatches to this government. The mortality in Pans has been piov-cd to be much greater n: tljo lower than in ihe higher class of society. The ratio is staled to be two to one- Tbe citizens of Tioy ha-ve had a meeting and appointed a committee to take into consideration the ejipediency of erecting a college m that city, 0__ _. _ and 1-1 years have been instructed in thoie schools since 181S Fioui some observations accompa- nying the report, are led to suppose that Pennsylvania, has iiiiheito neglected to provide for a general system of common schools throughout the btatc. This is an omission unloosed for in the descendants of that distinguished philanthropist, William Put. The Uochciter Republican, thus alludes to tlie appointment ol AcUlisou Gardiner Esii, as Judge ol the eighth district. The selection, it may be said irilhout disparagement to his unsuccessful compe- titois lor the olEce, will prove generally satisfactory. The bar of Monroe county contains nearly one third of all the lawyers in the district; and it is no ordinary testi- mony to the abilities of Mr. G. that they were unanimous in iccominending him for the distinguished and responsible station. Judge Gardiner has ever been a firm and decided inc-jnbcr of Ihe lepublican party; Ebbtic Gum Stomacli fubcs, Hull's Patent Truss, 's spiral spring-do. Sv Perfumery, d g4 acuie. May 30, I love} 'a conical do. dc. assortment ions which may be foundj Broadcloths, Cajsi- mercs, and Sattinelts of every cotor and quantity; ti and Plajds; Baizes andjWnnels, Meri- uo Circassian, and Mo: reen; Domestic Flannel, Their aBsoilment of SILKS consols in part of white, straw, pink, blue, jrrceu, brown, and black. Florence, Sarsinet, Levantine satin Levan- tine; Blue and Black sillc Cjmblct; Black and B Y of an execution, 1 have taken all the right and title of SILVESTER BIGBDY, to lot JVo eighly-tno, in the town ol I.ysander, I shall sell at the house of I. W. Perry, in ihe village of Skaneatelcs, on Thursday the eighteenth day of -Tune next at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that .lav__Dated May y LEWIS SMITH, late Sh'fl. J. H Coi-vuv. THE oalc fuithcr THE sale of the above described property is postponed to the second day of July nefct, then to be made ul the same hour nnd place as be- fore advertised. Dated June 18, 1829. LEWIS SMITH, late Sh'fT. ________________J. H. COLVI.V. of the above dcsribcd properly i postponed to Thuisday, the thir tiethday of July itistant, then to be made at ihe dame hour and place.. Dated July '2, 1529- LEWIS SMITH, late Sh'fl ,_____________J. H COLYIN SO- THE sale of the about described prop- is further postponed to Thursday the day of next, then to b'c made at the Syra cusc House, Icept by D. Comstoclr, in the milage of Syracuse, at same hour of the day. Dated July 1829 LEWIS SMITH, late Sh'ff ___________________' Coj.vw BYordcrofNiitEMiAii H. EARCU Esq. first Judge of the court of Common Pleas in nnd for (he County jf Onondaga, Counsellor, NoTira IB hereby given to nil the creditors of John Gould, of the town of Spaft'ord in said county, au insolvent debtor; to slicw cause, if any they have, before the said Judge at his office in (he town of Onondaga, in said County, qn the twelfth day of November next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, why an assignment of the anid estate Should not be made for the benefit of all his ciedilore, and his person be exempted from imprisonment, pursuant to an let entitled an act to abolisl COOK Co. have icceivcd their sup- ply ol seasonable Gros de Naples, and Black and assorted colours French, iMRnn and Nankin Pongee, Flagu, Barcelona, and Italian Hdkfs; Pongee, Cashmere, Barrege, Silk, Gauze Merino, and Palmarinc Dress Hdkfs; a beautiful article of Blk. Palmnrine for dresses; llrown and colored Baltistc; Alerino, oA'rurre Gacniturr, Talfela Kibbons, Sfc. They also olfer cheap a splendid assortment of English Scotch and American Carpctings; C-4 and 7-4 Baize and Oil Floor cloths; Malting, Bedding, Lookmn Glasses, Pape- Itangingi, Travcllmc; Baskets, Syracuse September 1" imprisonment for debt iu certain AnguatSl, 1820 passed 33wlO NEW GOODS. JUST 1-cccivcd ,-iud for sale by SAMUEL GOODIMN, a gencrivl' nssortmcnt. of Fancy and Ktnple Goods, among tlicui arc Hronrj-Cloth, Cnsamcrcs, Sattinclts, and Cords, Stripe and plain Drill- ings, Jeans, Hamilton cord and Nankins, Grode Naples and Tafliia Silks bl'k silk Veslings, Calicoes, Ginghams and Cambricks, Muslins, silk and gauze H'kfs gar gauze Ribhons; laflita and Ribbons, brown nnd preen Parasols, lentisi Shawls, bl'k Onipes, Irish Linen, Uussia Diiipcr, cotton Dimity, son republican this district hisl Church. i T. sccutiou. lie the J. M. Campbell has been appointed Jiy the .1 President of tile United States, Surveyor and In I 10' ul spoctor of the Port of Louisville, Ky. in the place J ca________._________________ of Richard Ferguson, removed. Dcuth of Gou Lincoln nf It is said 100 tons of stonp were lately thrown learn from the Gardiner Chronicle, tlial Hon outby a bliistof IGlbs. of powder on the hannah Rail-Road. Considering the small quw tity of powder used, this'is certainly an extraor- dinary bot' explosion Enoch Lincoln of Maine, died at Augusta hannah Rail-Road. Considering the small quin- on tlce inst. The disease is not nien- nien tionecl but it must have been of a violent dinary body to be loosened from its at a single kind, lor the same' paptr that announces exlosion his death contains an account o( his addiess _ but just pronounced, on Hie occasion of an A splcnded meteor appeared at Bangor of Concy Academy, inst. Gov Lincoln tlie S0n the late sion like 3 Uvi Lillcoln Worcester, Attorney- followed General of lne ij. g. allU Lt Qovwaor of The Register thinks stones must have lal-, lhis stat ,d bi other of our present chici len, but none have been vas :l sound rcpuhi; can, a Mammoth There is at present Soocl citizen a true patiiutand a fine sclwl- in the garden of Dr. William Thompson, a iar. At his deatli he wasyet a young man stalk of Cabbage called the Scotch Kale, in tllc ol Boston Pat on the evening of the 17th itlurst, an explosion orlO different pieces of cannon followed The Register thinks stones mus len, but none have been vc trust this ex- ample will not appeal ill vain. The present crisis In our politics, is one of peculiar interest, can ascendency in the last election, placed the paity upon commanding ground, from which we can look, around amid the most chceritig prpn- pccls. The measures and Iho usages which we, as a parly, sustain, are identified with tin: of the great republican family of Ihe nation. They have in view tho greatest goodof the greatest lend to in their purity, tho ex- cellent insliluliyns, under which it is our lorlunalc lol to dwell, by securing the ac- countability (if public reform- ing abuses in Ihe administration of the gov- ernment, and by a just economy pub- lic expenditures, as essential lo national as to individual independence. These inter- ests and Iht'HC measures, aro steadily ad- vaii> ing under our present national and stale governments, and harmony and un- ion only aro required lo onsuro-JJicir con- r.. be zealous to sustain that party win. Tin ascendency Serlin Jug. 11. In accordance with lliecaiher measures ol' the Government, having for object to accustom Hit people to lake more jxirl in public affairs, a cabinet, or- der has been issued some time since, grant- ing permission to all towns having a lation of thousand souls, and (o several which Jie assisted lo win.' The witnesses to Ih'c ir-.-.tH of Iliesc be found, in the manner in which he has dis- charged important offices in his own coun- ly and in lii ;