Onondaga Standard

November 04, 1829

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Onondaga Standard (Newspaper) - November 4, 1829, Syracuse, New York VOL. I. SYRACUSE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1829. WO. 8. Stantauu Is published every Wednesday morning, a Syracuse, Onon. Co. N. Y. by in the eait end of the brick block (up stairs) diiectly in front of the Syracuse-House.] TERMS __ To village subscribers who have the papers left'at their doors, 50. To mail subscribers and those who call for them at the office, To companies of not less than tfn, 50. Og-ADvEilTisEJiENTS inserted at per square for the first three weeks, and 25 cenW for- every subsequent insertion. (ig-Aliberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. OEJ-Pamphlets, Handbills, Cards, Blanks, executed on short notice, in a neat and handsome elyle and on liberal terms. ___ BY virtue of two Executions, I have tnken all the right and title of Henry to Iot3 No 58 and 68 in the tuivn of Manlius, which I shall sell at public Auction at the House of D B. Bickford, in Alanlius, on the 21 si (Jay of November next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of Dated Octobei JOHN IT. JOHNSON, Sh'iT. LOTT Dep'y. B" V virtue of an Execution, I have taken all the right and title of Jonas O. Kincaid to lot Number twenty-six, in the town of Manlius, which I shall at the house of Dearborn B. Bickford in Manlius on die third day of De- cember next at tan o'clock of that October LEWIS SMITH, late Sh'fC Deceased. JOHN Dcp'y. taken the Said BY virtue of an Execution, I 1 real pioperly of William M. property consists ofhis right and title to lots Num- Der sevmly-one and seventy-two m the town ot Manlius, which I shall sell on the third day of December next, at the house of Dearborn B. Bickford in Minima at teii o'clock of that Dated October LEWIS SMITH, late Sh'ff Deceased. JOHN GanrtrEi.1., Pep'y. BY virtue of an Execut'.on, 1 have taken all tho right and title of Enos Whiting to .lots and six, in the'town of Fabius, which. I shall sell-it the house of Pitt Dyer, in the town-of Poropey, on the third dr.y of December neat, at ten o'clock in the October, JOHN H. JOHNSON, Strff. JAMES Hbuuii, Dep'y. New Fancy Cash Store. IfJEAV FAi-L, WINTER GOODS pi T M. DJIVIS, is now lecoiving at the IjTi "New Fancy Dry-Goods store" an ele- ant assortment of Fall 4" Winter Goods among vhich are Mroad-Cloths, Cascmeres, Salinities. fiistians, fy Hangups, Silks, Satins, Satin Levantine and Silk Cambrics. A large assortment of Fancy Calicoes, Tiiitan laids, Camblets, Belt Ribbons; plain Se figured Vinler do, woiked Capes, Collars Sf half Hd'kfs. .adies' Mitts, (an elegant nrlicle and very low.) )lk. and white Silk Stocking Gloves; Linen ambric do- do Hd'kfa, border'd; plain and figur- d Swiss Cravats; Blk. Grei-n Sf White Italian irape; Prussian Cashmere, silk Sf cot- on Shawls; Silk Barage Thibet dress H'dkfs; Vorsted cotton Hosiery; Children's Grecian loots; Childien'3 Gloves, Sfc. Sfc. Bleached anj blown SHEETINGS 8t SHIHTINGS d, Yellow, white and Green Flannels; Saltiua y do. Cotton Batting, Ticking and which will be sold Cheap for CASH. Sept. 23, 1329. d2tf 1VEW STORE. (west end of the Syracuse THE subscriber has just received from New- York jgoad assortmentof choice BY execution, I have taken all fie right and title of Joshua Lynch, to lot No. i in the townuf Cicero, which I .'Kill sell eleven at puWic Venduc, at the Sjriciise-Honie kept by D. Comstock, in the village of Syracuse, on Fri- day the second day of December next, at ten o'clock in that Octo- ber JOHN H. JOHNSON, Sh'If. BY virtue of several Executions, t have taken all the righl and title of James Tuttle, to Lot No. sixty eight in the town of Camillus, and Lots No. 21 and 22, in the town of. nondaga, which I sell on the 2d day of December next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the house of Martin M. Fo'd, Jr.'in the town of Octo- ber.20.1829 JOUJV H JOHNSON, Sli'ff D. B. Wintnn, Dep'y. B Y virtue of sevcrul executions, to me direct ed and delivered, I have seized and taken all the real property ofHarry Moscley. Said property consists 01 his right add title to Lois Wos. eightysevenand-ninctyeight in the town of Manlius, and Lot No. ten m the town of Pom- MV which I shall seli at public auction, at the house of Dearborn B. Bickford, in Manlins, on Thursday the wenty second day ol October next at len o'clock m the forenoon ol that day Dated S J. GniNNELL. fO- THE of the above described propci ly is postponed until the fifth day of November next then to be made at the same hour and SMITH, .a.e-V.r. J. GRITTNELI. Y Virtue of an execution, I Y Virtue of an execution, have taken all the right title of OLIVER BIGSHY, 40 lot No. eighty-two, in the town of Lvsan- d'r, which I shall sell M public Venduc, .1 the house of 1 W. Pcrr, in the V.ll ,go of Shan- oateles, on Thursday the eighteenth day of June wtt, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of lhat day May B, .S. H. THE sale of the above described prupcrty is postponed lo the swiond day of July nuxt, then to be made at the lame hour and place as befor. J. H. Cotviw. T" HE of the >bove described property is further postponed to Thursday; Ihe ihirlielh day of July initant then lo be made at the same hour and July 2, 1829 LEWIS SMITH, late Sh'ff- __________J. H. CQI.VIH. (gf. THE tale'of the above described proji- erty it further poilptmed tt Thurtday, the Jay next, then to be made at the Saute, ktft by D. Gomstoek, in, the village of Syracuse, at Ihe lame hour of the day Dated July 30, LEWIS SMITH, late Sh'ff. _____________J. H. COLVI IY virtue of an execution, 1 Uken all the to lol ___ right and title of SILVESTER BIOSBY No eiihty-two, in town of Lysandor, vfhich I ahall sell at the house of I, W. Perry, in the village of Skaneateles, on, Thursday Ihe eighleenlh day of Jane next at ten o'clock in the "forenoon of that day.-D.ted May J. H. THE sale of Uie above described property postponed to, ihe second day of July next then to be made at the skmehonr and place as bc fore advertised. Dated Jnne IB, 1829. LEWIS SMITH, late Sh'ff. _______________ J. H. Coi.Tnf. THE tale of Ihe above desribed property it flintier postponed lo Thursday, the ibir lieth dif of July instant, then la be made at the nne hour and place.. Dated July 2, LEWIS SMITH, Sh'fl. J. H. _ _ (0- THE tale of the nbate detcriKtd prop trlV it farther in Thvrtday the fay ef Ji member next, then to be made al Ih Syra evte Oaae, kept D. Comttock, in talfgt ef -Gyronwe, at the tame Htvr of th' DtMMymth, 1829 LEWIS SMITH, Me Sh'ff J. H. B V order ITniEMlAH H. EARLI. EMJ frr.i IMge'aT Marl of Commott Pleas in and tW the Caanly'of Qnoftdaga, Counsellor, fte NoTin h hereby gilta.to aH the creditors Ae Ulection Notice. Q A GLNEftAl. election is to be held in the County of Onondjg.i, on the second, third, nd fourth days of November next, at which will >e chosen the officer mentioned in the nonce rom the SecreUry of State, of which a copy is Syracuse August 31st 1329. JOHN H. JOHNSON, SherilK State of New-York, Secretary's office. Albany August 26, 1629. Sin: I hereby Rive you notice, that at the next Election, a Senator is to be chosen for lie Seventh Senate District in the place of Tru- man Hart whose term of office ivill eipire on he last day of December 1829. To the Sheriff of the 7 A. C. FLAGG. County Of Onondaga. J Secretary of State NEW GOODS. KELLOGG arc opening gcu- ei.il .issortiiieiu ol I'jincy .met biujilc, wiie purchased a ftw clays since in New-York, and will be sold foi- cash as low as ai anv store in the county Among them are liriud Cloihb, Cas- simcres, Nankeens, Jems, iieaverleen Vest- ings, CalicoCi and Ginghams, black blue and mixed silk. Camblets; Sinchew silk, blue bit. Italian Satir.s, fancy, Silk and Gauze Handkerchiefs, guuie Ribbons Barage for Ladies Huts, Bombazines, black Lasiings blown and green I'.irasols, travelling-' Dusket, 6 4 bleached and unbleached Sheetings and Shirtings, cotton Yarn and Batting cotton and linen Diaper, OzneLiurgs and duck, Combs, Paper Hang-ings, Looking Glasses, besides many other articles Syracuse May 13, 1829. ngs do. yarn, do. Batting. 3-4 and G-4 3ed-ticUiug, Travelling B.Tskets, Looking Glasses, Sic. fcc. the above articles liave eeu purchased in New-York, at the pie- ent low prices and will be sold lor CASH it a small advance. Syracuse, Sept. 0, 1B29. B7tf CTAVEjust received 3-1, 4-4, 5-4, and 6-4, Groceries, iong wliieli are Port, Madeira, Tencriffe, Clarell fy Malaga j Olive Oil, Pepper, Capers, Ginger, Starch, Cloves, Sperm Candles, Cinnamon, Soap, Vutmegs, Mspice, Mustard, panish Segars in 1-2 and 1-4 Boxes, Sugars Teas, oflee, Raisins, Figs, JLemonn, Sic. for sale low or CASH. AMB. BROWER. Syracuse, July 29, 1S29. P. S. Counlry Produce taken for GOODS. VCOOK Jt Co. have leccived their sup- ply ot seasonable BOOT SHOE STORE. A ROOT keeps constantly on land at his Boot and Shoe Ston in the west end of the buck, j-block, on the north side -of the ca- tew ruds wesi the Mansion- House, a goo-! Mid general uss-ortmeni if BOOT'S A NHOES. f every description, lot men, women, and hildrcn, which he oilers to the public on he most reasonable terms. The utmost attention has been paid in ma- ting these boots ap.d shoes in a manner both ishionably and durnbly. He. is, also, in readiness Jit all times lo do lending and making of every description, n the shortest notice. All orders will be thankfully received and iromplly attended to. Syramif, June 10 182S- i) to Staple Drfi Cfoolis, mong H bich may be found Ijroadcloths, Cassi- icres, und Sattinclta of every color and quantity; "amblcta and Baizes and Flannels; Meri- o Circassian, Bombazine, Hombazctte and Mo- cen; Domestic Flannel, Their assortment of SILKS, ronsisls in part of "hite, straw, pink, blue' green, brown, and black. 'lorcncc, Sarsinct, Levantine nnd satin Lcvan- ne; Blue and Black silk CjimMct, Black and ol'd Gros do Naples, anri Groj do Berlin; Black nd assorted colours FrcncK Canton and Nankin drapes; Pongee, Flagif, Barcelona, and Italian Idkfs; Cashmere, Uarrege. Silk, Gauze lerino, and Palmarinc Fancy and Dress Hdkfs; a cauliful article of Hlk Palmnrino for drciscs; colored Barrcgo and Hjllistc; Merino, laahincrc, Cassimcrc and Imitation lonj; and quarn SHAWLS; si beautiful assortment of Gauze, lainilurc, Taffeta Ribbons, They also ofTer cheap a splendid assortment of Cngliih Scotch American 6-1 nd 7-4 Baize and Oil Floor cloths; Malting, edding, ice. Looking; Glasses, Papc- Hangings, Travelling laskcts, (iff. September 15, 1829. llf NEW GOODS. TUST received and for sale hy SAMUEL GOODWIN, a general ancy and Staple Goods, assortment of among them are Sroud-Clolli, CaSamercs, Sattinclta, and imigup Cords, Stripe and plain Drill- ngs, Jeans, Hamilton cord and Nankins, Jrode Naples and TalTita Sillts 'bl'k silk Velvet, Vestings, Calicoes, Ginghams ind Camnricks, Muslins, silk nnd gauze 1'kfs gar gauze Ribbons, tafltta and cass libbons, brown and green Parasols, va- entia Shawls, bl'k Crapes, Irish Linen, Diaper, cotton Wosery, Dimilj, Bed-ticking, brown and bleached Shect- ngs and Shirtings, foundation Muslins Millcntc, bolivar Hals Sic. An extensive assortment of CROCKERY, CHINA TTJST received by KKLLOCC; FJTCJI, a- mong them are broad Clotlis, Cassi- neres, Battinetts, Pelese Clotlis, stamped rloor Clotlis, Flannels, Baises, Cninblets Tnd Plaids, black and brown Boinljas-incs, SalisburyFlannels, silk Caniblets, J'ongees ind other silks, cotton Sheetings fc-Sliirt- COOK CO. G-4 white ;o. oiler for sale 3-1, -l-i, 5-1 nnd blac't Bobinet Lace nf all V.. qualities, black and white Bobbinet and silk Lace Veils of all iizes. Thread, Bobinet, Cotton ami silk Laces, Edging--, V. COOK .fc CO. Have For Sale s Si Scotch engrain Carpeting do American do do rj do do and Venetian Sia'ir do 1 of Malting, 1 do Oil Floor Cloths, 1 do Brussels Ileurlh Bind- ing Also, u complete assortment of Gilr, Gil' and Mahogony, and Mahogony framed aooitfiifl Octolipr 1 lliiO. 71 THE t-cbscnbtirs inform their ti tends and th Lh.it they have removed their 33stntlfSTjmcnt to their shop on the south side of the canal, near the store house of Mr. Clement, where they are prepared to e.jei-utcall kinds of Marble Workmanship. They will upon short notice supply those who may favor them with a call, with lomb Sloncs. Head Stones, Hearth Stones, Paint Stones, Jambs he most reasonable prices They will engage their work shall be done in the best styli. NATHAN VANBENSCIIOTEN ALFRED PALMER. Syracuse, Jan 12, IS '.9. Confectionary. THE subsi infoim Gioerrs and others who have been in (he praclue of supplying Cambr'k and Sarsinctt Cambr'k; fig'd plain nd Swiss and mull mulls and Muslins; do. do themselves w th this article fiom New-York Troy, iook Muslins; Scotch and Linen Laivn, linen' nd '-faca, that ilicy have commenced the manu- Jambr'ks; Linen and Linen Cambrick Hand- acture of it in the village of Syracuse, and are now :erchiefs; Needle and Tambr'd work'd caps, able to furnish ftny quantity on as leasonable terms apes, collars and points Irish linen shirting and i as cajk bc Purchased elsewhere. Sheeting, 6-4, 7-1, and 84 Russia, birds yc and damask, diapci and Duck dril- ings, etc. For sale 2 cases Leghorn Hals and und bolivars, I do. misses cottage and open work straw hata, geDtlemens leghorn nd IlavaiuiA hits, oic 72rf Syracuse May 27, 1629. ___ New York the most splendid of Jewelry Plated Brittania WARE, IfJTCHtiS. FIJYE CUTLERY thai was ever offered in this placo. Which -ill jc sold cheap for also a good assortiuenf of SH.VER SPOONS SPEOTACLBS constinlly kept on hand. Clock If Watch RE PAIRING done as usual. 73 Itf Syracuse June, 1829. ouse nnd lot, formerly owned by Edward Bacon csq. in the village of Syracuse is offered ___for Sale. The situation :s a desirable, terms of fialc will "he rcaaonablc. For particulars enquire of the subscriber. D. G. MONTGOMERY Syracuse. Feb. 19, 1829. THE following property re at the Store-House of th uncalled for the subscriber in (lie illagc of Jordon, co. 1 Keg of Indigo taken in the 20lli A- iril 1 Bureau, marked "J. Brewslcr, Ca- taken in April C, 1028 _ 1 Crate of Crockery marked (c) A 91 aken in on the April 1020. The above property will he sold at ndilic Auction on the 23d day of Novem- cr next, unless previously called for. JAMES McCLURE, Jr. Jordon, Aug. 20, 1820. SmOGp VJEII.S KELLOGG FITCH, have just re- ceived, a large" assortment of Dlk. .ace Veils, and 5-4 Lace for do. also a luantiiy of false Curb and ttolb. Merino Shawls and Leghorn Hats. Syracuse. May 12 1089.___________70tf 1COH3T flOLD COINS, at the highest prcmi- FoKEiun BANK NOTKS. at he lowest discounts, bought liy the under- signed, at his LOTTERY AND EX- "IHANGC OFFICE, in Syracuse village. S. C. DllEVVSTEIl. Syracuse, dug. 2C, 1823.___________ FRESH ABBTVATl THE subscriber is this week re- ceiving from New-York an ex tensive assortment of Drugs, Medi- cines, Surgical Instruments, Per- fumery, Spectacles, which ad- ded lo his former slock mak Military Goods. HJUDSON has just received from New-Yoik a large and extensive assortment of Lever La- pine and plairj and an extcniivc assortment of tho most fashionable of new .palcrns. equipments of every description. DRUMS and other MUSICAL, INSTRUMENTS. Also, for sale Ett WARE. of his own manufacture kept constantly on hand. The above goods will bo sold cheap for cash anj cash only. N. B. Watches of all kinds carefully repaired on short notice. Led Sash made to order. Syracuse, July 29, 1829. FOR A VALUABLE, situation on Church Street, on which is a large and commodious Dwelling House, convenient lijrn. Good It till be offered low and terms o( payment lone. Enquire of M. D. DURNET. Syracuse, Starch IT. 1829. llf AFAR2U FOftl SITUATE in Ihe town of Hannibal, in ihe eouniy of Oswego being a par I oflot Ko.ttS, in Hint Ihwn an') coniaini 227 R- The farm is well watered and eligibly situ nlcd. About 50 acres under Improvement and hat up ontii a house anrl harn. The termi will be easy and an indivpulaulc tilh For further particular! enquire ofj Messrs Ualdwin and Strong and of lliciiihscnlicr. THOMAS BEATTIE. Svracure, Septemher 3. 1936._______ B7if Spring Lancets Thumb do- Elistic Gum Cathe- Tubes, Hull's Patent Hinge Trim, Farr'sspiral sprinfdo. Ilovey's conical du. uo. Meialic do- Perfumery, a g eneral attorlment Syracnse. May 30, KEEPS hf -rn his Draft Store rign of the Mortar Spectwles, all calls in the pun of hn profession will be thanVriilly received If pwnctrrally tf. gyrtcnse, March Lands for Sale. TFIE Subscribe offers for sale 5OO Acres of Lanr on iuiiiury lot No 17, in I he township o Manlius (now Sali na.) This lot is rlistan ahout two miles from the village of Salin IIIR on the road (o Carr's settlement. The Land is of the first quality for farm ing purposes. Its location is highly dcsira ble, in reference lo market, beauty, an hcnllhfiilness of situation. It will be sold in small lots of from 10 t 50 acres to snit purchasers. One quarter of Ihe purchase mone; must he paid the remainder i three or four annual installments. Also, for sale ficrcs of ccllent land on the west side of the Onon rlaga Lakef, and immediately opposite tli village of Liverpool. For further particulars inquire of th subscriber at his office in the Tillage of Sa 20 1829. 77ff J G. FORBES. HV1PHOVEO_____ __ For Family Use. Proprietor of (he JL liamed Pills would infoim the public, that he has been in the habit of administering them, in various cuseh of disease, during a number of medical practice and lliathis own experience, and the unqualified approbation of those ivlio have already used them "arrant the assertion, that arc not surpassed y any Bilious now in use. They are not held up as an infillible cure for ev- y disease, but attentive observation of their ef- :cl, has fully evinced the'r crticacy in preventing nd curing many of the diseases of the human sys, m. Thu following are some of the most piomi- ent, in which, if timely administered, they will e found very efficacious, and fiemit- nt Fevers, fever and Ague, Jaundice, Dropsies, ooseness of the Bowels, Costiveness, Sourness f the Stomach, Cholic, Worms, Obstructed Pcr- piration.or Dryness of the Skin, the consequence Fa cold, and most complaints proceeding fiom an js'.rurtion, 01 viliatedstate of the bile, or absorp- on of it into the system, attended so frequently y Nausea, or Sickness of Stomach, Eain of the owels. Flatulence, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, 'eaitburn, Weariness of the Limbs, Indisposition o Exercise, Shooting Pains, Dizziness, Pain of ic orBieast, Feulnets of the Tongue, 'eakness of the Joints, Yellowness of the Skin, 'OS, They will be found of great use to those ivho emove lo an unhealthy climate, or wherever Fc- ers or Bilious disordeis prevail. Families, Travellers and Seamen, rvill find it lucb to their advantage to keep them on hand, is icy rncy be used in most case1! wheic physic is ne- and may be taken with safety by all ages nd sexes. From their thorough operation in the .onidch, they of-.en prevent the necessity of ta- ing emetics. Many of the complaints of children roceccl fiom obstruction In tho fust passages, rlnch is frequently the cause ol pain, icstlcssncss, nd feverish action of the system; in such cases, a ose or two of these Pills generally relieves. Recommendations. WE do hereby certify that we have made use of )r. Charles H- Gregory's Improved Bilious Pills, various cases of disease, and being convinced ol :ieir beneficial effects, do earnestly recommend hem to all families and individuals, believing that fair trial, will the most convincing evi- ence of their usefulness. Wo have also sold them to several of our cus- oraers, who say they consider thcrn the most use- ul Pills they have ever used. Davis Campbell, Merchants, Caughnawaga, lontg'iy co. W Y; John C. Van Alstync, Glen, ohuP. Yatcs, Eoot; Stephen Boswarlb, Fiank- ort; Adam J- Campbell, llerkinier co; Hiram larsh Bru'gewiler, OneicU co; Millius-fc Dor- hester, Uillsdalc, Columbia co; Thomas Turner, r. Troy, Rensbelaer co; John W. Ruggles, Rhinc- cck, Dutcl ess co; William Civill, Castletoo Lai lenssclaei co; Henry M. Gregory, Deposit, Del- ware co; Vcrnam Sf Cross, Mechanicsvillc; Reu- en Priest, Slillwalef, Sartoga co; Isaac B. Fox, and Lake. Rcnssclaer co. Dr. From James M. I do certify that I have made use of Doctor 'harles H. Gregory's Family Pills, in case of ndieestion, and do 111 ink they are belter than ny I have made use of, also have gold Ihcm o several others, wlio say limy would give Ihcm ic preference to anv oilier. JAMES M. CARSHORE. JVbith Chatham, Col. co. JV. July 3. 1828 From Doctor Richard Davis, I certify thai I have made iwe of Doctor 'harlea H. Gicgory's Improved Bilious in my practice and family, and consider them in all aspects equal to any Pill in use, for the purposes icy arc intended to effect RICHARD DAVIS; Physician. Caughnawaga, Mont. co. Sept. -IS, 1828. From Mr Henry Lc Roy. I certify, that for fourteen yean past, I hare ccn afTlictcd with a Bilious Disorder, attended aily with severe pain across the sloirnch after every meal, .which generally increased until sick CHS and vomiting was produced, and this only chcvcd me until Ihe noxl meal. Irnado uic of any medicines prcsciibed by icvcral Physicians! ilh very little benefit; atill anxious for icliof, lough 1 had despaired of ever being cured, I advised to make liial of Dr. Gregoiy'a Hi I ous Pills, which almost immediately relieved 10, aud after repealing (hem occasionally, unlil 1iad taken between two and ihrcc bdxcn, en- rely removed the above distressing complaint, nd fiorn which I have been perfectly ficc ol more lliari a year pasl. HENRY LE ROY. y. March 25, 1829. From Doclor Oliver B. Norlon. I have for sometime pail used Docler Grcgo- f's Bilious Pills in my practice, and huvc found tern A very useful Cathartic Pill, particularly in Bilious, Stomach, and Bowel alfcciions, and nan with confidence and satisfaction recommend icin to the notice families, as being ono ol lie beat in common use OLIVER B. HTON, M. D. Vt. May 24, 1828. THE above Pillsrc kept for Bale by Dr. J. PAnicnn, Onondnpi C. H. Juno 2, 1820. Botanic Medicines. IJrlltl-. I'llH, jtomach 1'ills, Composition, Salve, I'lastcr, Hegulatinfj Jlilters. Jrops for Salt Rheum, lllicumaiic Drops, lot Dittcrs, Compound for Canker litter Powders, SnnlT, nnd [lotDiops, AVorm Powder, Itheumatic Salve and Emetic with direction low to he used accompanying cnch. All of which arc constantly kept on hand am "or vale by the subscriber ai Gcdtlcs, Ononda co. and atao the following places viz: A llradley's and Ulair's, Iliittcrfield's lina. and Kimherly's, Camillus. c. N. An opportunity will at all limes bc al ordetl to those who nre Hc.iirous of availin themselves of the benefit vapor bath or Ice m.inR machine. (Jedrlrs June 2.3. ;829. HENRV NEWTON.'sl the old utand o? ton tf Humphrey t, on the south aide of th Canal, offers his neryices lo the public M a Fo warding and Commisiion Merchant. Hii ware house is conveniently situateH for the reception delivery of Goods, and he pledges his most un wearied attention lo all business confided (o h charge. Boats fiom the east and west will ca daily at his warehouse. He will keep eonslnnfly on hand ill limes a extensive assoitmeiit of Groceries, Crockery and Provisions, Glass-ware, to which he hi rites the attention of his friends am the public. The farmers will find it lo (heir w Tantafe lo give him call, ai the Mfhot cash pr wfll always fit for Sirrecim, Jane II, 1829. ft. B. All thota indebted to of ton tf or lo the subscriber individn invited to call md setue ve ac'c.otmft immrfiareTy. IVEerchant Tailors. Hi !i- wing o i_J Amos P. buildiinj, (on the caniU) "liere they will stall limes be pk-asedio their friends nnd the public (ftnemlly. armentsinude with on the Miorl- st notice. Their facility to obtain from ork (lie latest Fashions is unsurpassed by any tliis section of the country. t Cluth and Trimmings are tept on hand, and r sale at reduced prices. They also keep onstantlv (or s.iilt- a general assortment of hich they will sell at pi-ices unciCLptionahle, o those who are dcsiious of purchasing. Ity a sli-ict and diligent attention to business icy hope to receive tlint abare of pafronage punctuality and industry merits. Svr.icuse, Pec. 2, lv4T DOLE'S GERMAN ABBOTT re- ceived a tVesh supply of this sure Mid ciHcutious remedy for sore Eyes, and being appoini- ed sole agents for tins county; they will be enabled to keep constantly on hand the Germniij Eye-Water. Tliis medicine hud been used in this region, ami uniformly approvcdol, but for further evidence see the follow- ing certificates; CERTIFICATES. Having-- used Dole's German Eye-Water, we find it of superi- or erticucy in most cases of sore Eyes, and prefix-able to any jiow n use, anil therefore recommend it lo thepub- C. GmiBOf C'OHVIJifi, JOIIK L. TUOMI-SOJT, Troy. Dec 182-1. Having'luul the care of an infant child, not o- ci a forlnight old, of John Woodwoith Ksq, hat had very sore eyes, and regularly nt- ended hy a" physician, until he despaired of lelpingit, and at 1 was very fearful the child vould lose its eyes, T procured some of Dole's iye-Water, which cured ilimmedintely, and hink it a very valuablearticle for every fumi- y to possess MARIA LANCING. Troy, February 3, 1829. Ueingin the habit of attending on the sick I mve had. occasion to use.Dole's Eye-Water.. vhich effected an immediate cure, and I Ihink t the safest and quickest cure for sorceyet now n use. JOHN ELWOOD. Troy, Feb 3, 2826- Having been afflicted with sore eyes, I em- jloyed a Physician to cure them, but they con- inued to worse so mucli so that I was earful of losing: them when Dole's Eye-Water ras recommended to me I immediately pro-, ured u botlle, and used against the consent of lie Physician, which in a few days completely ured lliem. I think it one of the most valui'- le cures for sore now in use. ELWOOD. Troy; Tebruary 3 182fi. Hundreds of Certificates might be added to Ue above but the public judge for them- lelves. above mctlicinc'may also be had ofS. S. Merrinian, Chrisliiui Hollow, of Win. M. Oslrander, Tully, of Dr. Tib-bels 'ompcy, and of J. C. Brcwster, Bald-win's Syracuse, February 1 Coughs, Asthmas and 'ORAL have Iruin an extensive rse tor 9 years past, proved to be ne of Ihe most valuable remedies ever i.covcred for the cure of Cough., Coldi and thcrafleclions of llic brcusl and lungs leading o Connumptions. thousands liavc crperienc- d the happy effect, oflhia UKAIIBO lUmW, nd many of the highe.t respectability hive oluntaiily given ccilificatcB. of winch will accompany each llottlc, that will very unprejudiced mind that Ihe mint extra-' jrdinary and unexpected curco'have beert per. brir.cd by the use of this medicine in vnz standing, in which, oilier medicine had produced no favorable and where lliu nosl skillful IMiysicianihad given them upas lopclcjs. It is not pretended lhat thry n infallible cure in nil eases, but of such as afe neuroble there arc but few but what will been relieved by lire use of them. Scarcely; H case ofCulds Coughs Tain in the lide diflkui- y of breathing want of sleep ariiing from lilily or even sctled may bc elicvcd by a timely of thi> Healing. Uat- m Kacli Dollar Dottle of this medicine coh4. ms about. 40 doses which provei lliem to cheap medicine tlicir virtue i, NEW CERTIFICATE. To JAMF.S MF.LT.F.B Hudson. N Y. In the spring of eiglitccn hundred eighteen, Mr. Kleazer llavris, man in very indigent :irumstJincc! and who had laboured for me oc- :asionally for more than a vioMlljr' leizcd with an alfcction'of the lungi, accompa- nied by a tight dry cough frequently unable lo raise any thing for nearly half an hour and then, moil commonly, blood. Ilia cough severe and incessant tlwt he soon became much cmaciatwl, his eyes glaiiy and fail" slrenrjlh lett him to that dejjree wholly unable to labor. Compassionating hn siluaton, a friend of mine and myself procured for him one trollle of AnJersgn's Cotigh Uy taking which in about three [to my far restored at lo able to perform his labor. mihdaJe Feb. 19. 1P28. I IJobcrt Kidnev of Monroe eo ;