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The New York reformer. (Watertown, N.Y.) 1850-1867, May 29, 1851, Image 1

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When that icourgo.of-riiitions—th^cholera^r. tpnpjti^oto: il/o^j thb Whbfe haium ttefubicd; 1 - like ai'ii^n Je*£ E«h^ feared . in**',shbukT M-Mliit^-Mai 4ibe .pile iiwuify .<S- K»^ ; wiy I. «H>'»<ca't^'^'»g? ; Hovy can tlie naiibn be ..'iave^i .JfiroW\ '}t»:ft«rfql' ',riw«ge»,| how -cflit pufc ebmmunirie*, oar fiirnillev \be. wved ? A< the ' dlwMUie r«pWly mj?t^ «6rth#nr^|;c>itwiir4 ajid •- »«iittr(w^i^.-<}^bf .|t»tt«n« wl«:. auppllcjitcd, » MUODAI fwt will; proflaiuied, *nd not till tho Ust M«IMI of iim NtrMtlng footeieip *•» heard, •• ^^|i«U^ ; ^i«ftrM 'freft (jgftiri.; .,.-•-'... . Ba t MiintncrHKly grwtcr citiie pfiiArm is ' foand l a the exteiidea »iid Wtendlng r*vages of aWotlPVlwd Vpoiiit <rf li»^^ iWl>PtfeW?P W. , Ijrfi^MptfllfJfrjiubljcinnid mirpuaed thu» to •d?»JBi«Llt\- 'Uppii thl* jpp.intjttlien, sheul^onpens tiiU*, wiUi »tcuiitulUirjg power, the influence of indtrMiUM *nd pfgihixiiUori*, tbgbthijr.wltli tfi*| ; loflo«^^pf'^-|WWtiiU^p1r^iVS* T#!«id th*l^h, Tro» r U^ riwunUii! U,p. of ot> . e«^«tJon»pd ,M»'^ibe«; tMtjh»nder should not ©•»»• to roll, nor ihbligntriinfip (Uslitunjll'tax- •tlbn, »urT«riiijr and'de«th, pfoduced by intern.; ;penuib*i «re./«Jfcto bektatx.^ioiij aufferiftgand .aeaiifit'-'.'.,\.' ; : -',-,• v.. .• . .- ,. . - A«*UI iWw lroporiajit.part.of41iO'greatFOfk : ..Uf-^-^SijctBd'-tT^Biowi!' aMitnaria, to bring the eo»miinhy to d*«rTe * «ni/brtn ind Proper :mdm^'U»i^ii*^ author*<>tthk evil^tho- •. »akeri,.y«r)der»,'«n(l dn'nkent, togpffioi' with their n«U9|«rpcwap«logisU, Hero wo apprpacTitne lirk . ofoaPof orrrgre*t,If iotxwr^^t^jjtn^ofa* r^^fitalw-bWK^rflOreitWr! b y Uny other 5 _pf &un«on leirtW '»«fr ^.f a'lavijbingTIW^ to ibie^Priii of- fcpj*iji»tirie41 ijistSsdPf beings what <rt might Imrc been, Sumaon with tho hnir on, bpsringjiirnjr uppu ourahouldorsin triump'h lh*^fi4(r^iii iron gate* ofj Urn. enerfiy,' and. ,; pulling down tho yiryr itan^lebfj.Hia-ulpowMb- . lottij.'.itWr^firrtfeoriyibfipn, thai the-frlends •of aplir^*^prtiifhaye therieediediifemedy in> the^tondViweuIdtopy' unitedly carry -btit, iii allrtfcp *ajl|»^f life,; iWJc prbressbd prfneiptes,; \ But look *t our. ioconniatericy, Ti>e eupporters of the liquor buaine»8i WoMieve, au far from • epnler^g)>lef»itj^are;|cnpwirigly.in up - b^'MnniLaity atrmn of cnls »mong the sorest W^!njpP'ii.i5th.e clip pf .htuninAvoe-,..Yet tttey ar*|»?N^4e4rtkeiibodaiidbWprly^caiberaep.f iso^i: ety,i« though UIBV were engiigedIn alawiul and «a^^in|f/,;Wt!/WeJcbmothenS tboterfam> ly coriftdences; gjvo thcM riiif Sons ntiddaugh^ tera in the niostuntiirinW relstiona of life ; pat- rpiafca^Ihumjuiv\bu«inei» ^ndvfiley»tjrthem to ~ p^>«U of office, In coinmon.pnrlnricoUio most blBi^aii4;^ft«&IpgJepi^^^ nppued. ,tb the • ,eBpapf,tfielf;p^l>iirjrij|,itti ihd \bpttMbi'•af''whieli. . ^PwVwWtAtlij&Ji'iiMii.ciintVp-wpriS^^^ stream of:death' rolls on? Wlij\ the monster ^inay'|l»; ; i^ltto:-|or>ld: dei|i., 1 witln« :«glit if; your ' iemperance guiheringi.viind; wUrjiii lio»i% -p'f ., jjrpur elpquent;a^ec!i^«TidaWnllow?fe^ UJ 1iinuio , lernic^riij5Bn(t liok «>i» Plpody jaws mid; - ita^gtai•• Mitt i$foi\* 1: '\V3!ai : docs''.nB 'care • for yp^rPfianjiaMbiiavIndeiKseelieai hndiMsolutipiis-: 'ibrf «a*ial ypu(,'dbff ypur*:bc*y ( e%ive*:lnrii yo\ir J hand upon the iia^wSlk^aetit in. thbltrai ba^ w^ welcoruehinr to nil the cohfidentej, civilities ,in4;MrjiPira;pfilte1r BVIhtt modb^rHr^inie^t 'Sol)i;it^«j^iieriilii)tq !t)'hts: strbngliofds;;, ip.VoUr: 1aw«t*lH : lfei^h^b^v«iici;5rbur etlortslabprioaai,-; •ly;w|bjujgthp:airiV'-_ii; •,.''•' ,.*.T. .,-•.?< ••.•.\•'.tvWrwfctiWhs'iil ptepor trgatinbiia •fe-iav«ii<ih. juV^l^(fllfebny|rHie th'osp pppbsed that'Wo-re- ^faldjShpjbamtiii: irilbxlMtirJ^liijiftbtt «i) it bevbr;- • ; ;i^aavd(»pnb)(it4:,of \'Wei-lbeii't'jntfejesia. ol'man-: ^^j|k'. J iw•JDfilnteJl'ir^e0iV-' \'.'-''- ~ ; '\. ; ''-j'7'' J; • v -^-^^^^^ i| i^4^M^--^.-'*t^J!iS«n-t: of; '- iiaeit^ii.'iaiilWifp.;^ u „ ,.s.p«#i,f Ofda, and earrv IWg mi biir\ : 'prlhbipies, 1 ^li^ol^rgbtteiithait,:«a*eforinera,ih*Blavv of ;,;lrlia^;i*p«!a;M|»;rt^ y^pf :k|n^sj^feih>iiift»vj- ;hiit 'tli'ls dee*-by\ ; Sa^fe^l^i!ii*^^^rt ?Wff;»f^^jM?t^lfeip*usinel» r* Yip,.. mifim^W^mpvm^ pf fc»'-n»aj, for we hare t right to m d^troysitjie bodiej ao4souls of fjicn^ \^ sSpil!lttBb^wi*biififffciijajMHr^ >JL3H%^?TninJc^^ii^£r%4ti^JKUl))0i|)avl.' -. J»;.p.qiaQri-. laiijUiie,.tJ2afs'^pi35>yj> .h^u^e.-'jt < -go^ , J : |p;i«}Jl'»'- , »\ ^ijSBrObiwii'eV.r; BflttliW/W^ MjjlMl*' •• I fedniiW^V- S\^'^\ 1 ^ wrtfier'tl)dt ; ;tiib' ipaltjrigg.jbrlift: shbuid.-ijp^flarjfo^jriJif^'sjM'l.tf [t (|b|c|i3\e ; ileJf^cr-tfcs* j (1J ^ 'Rr6':ruvi<^$^yi^\i^f. Ij^p^e^.thereipf^;^niiiat «i'n ; ;t!iis.^'pbe^y!f-,pfOi itbbpverpkiC.ewbifphoi.• There i)4cft.pccc43]ity iri-; %\% c'^ae. ilevbMlie: tree bfi'efpfip; miigi^be' iplliiited; ftfi.dtjS-' firtoly topted, o i ii \ebu^levePI iSqriti;^;«)^M'iB^ye>^6Hi»a-hettUn|f'6F.<rJe natipris;- C<r^';t)iig^.'tj(rS.v^'fifcm !y'arid/f<iarleis[sly t ; «rip tin ^th;e; J«it\ i§j;iSj^'aif4^P'?^ this ^rotebtive sbieldi , ;.; ^iiiii.iycjiirbeni'- (ihould^ Sbbphdy astietidjfrbm ;apbial.fb.JttKirjeS?' ml :'.'ffeib i\ik pdnpiplbpf M- 'tile iib^tmericb should obtijiri; \TBe\ grand; i^br Hivf ;^f prpsccUtirig ^thia bus^he^M^oi^^iriii ,-^L^ ..it a... ^-^iji^grc^^iiumbbira^jyhpiwill en^; ^ „ 'b^sM)o^'boWo9^l^:pli.P|ii''.Ui4#-'' .^lire^an'd^dtli4ra''^)>.ai they may, pro^ije^trjey cftfj bPTiipng? tii)tt:;p!j)j<i,el, ., . » \\ ^...f ;; , i i ? %& low •tho^TO.tbiib8tatoop,;'.|fi9W deepitli.ey.Elunge In hjiro nn<J dirt! thijydrndgb andsWoSttodiireepJ IlirongUeverv iijn; forViloeontaramatiiigdSwsli!\;' . v:'Th,e ;li jupr, ttaflieiis . , BX9pediif^ly' , ^riitiVe'i!ii^ the. reason isjinpso engaged;^ ehes; iu'^a^pi]f^8.irp.rii|ed^a^4j..wijat.^.aaa;ip: aayj'lheyare : ptr;'pni2bdpxtbiisivbry,if not un- scrUpPusiy,. py4ho, prpfeased^frienttS of: teraper- aueo,. Jlpvyjthia; patronage sis .\y,r,png,.and.«riQuld« ^^rntlijhcldflfepnep for the following among dtlier rp.MQn%i '-,-}. .;\•'• '~[. :: , .',.-;• ,.,. ', .-,'•' •'\ .'' i> •'•*!\•' •1. .Itjijjlpa '(p auitai'u,: the. ftuMMibSBiby-mig. nTieutihgMt8';pYb6t8|./-fia^^;. win«:4(;al<ir!-inbtrT9i.. Pity of Alpa^yitpslji^ifo^^^ her id giTO^^neVbu^^ aa^lie.ip.ri^^iftripvyaB;^ thai i t is •a|j'lid:'b.iiWiiB»i s i : t«^ lip iia; job wp^ldhoVto/baye.mevarid if I dicl.npfc rriiike rhprb-flito$100, or f 200, p r pven S|5.00.a yenr : l>y% I would .give, itup;. but I paakp frppi tteijiq, threethojiiMv&fiallats gyear—nri amount cjttitei too lar^go tp be-relinqmshed.'' The grent? eritfiCipatr.oiiage. tlio greajter.iho profita;;. every •siX5er(c.b. tbu'sjbxp|ivdb\cl go'bs to suajain and -a^ll^hebuiriesa,>;~ s ;;•''.\• : '- * . ' '.y ' '. 2,' -It -iriemfagw those engaged -in it: ; ; The ;Ji9§nite;f»visto\h;'rnabes the biislncss lawful nrld .tqsMb^able.\ /So.tlid-patronagQ, of tlie ftieftdsbf; order arid; apbrfety seems torirhpatt a cjiaractcr ; to the trade, and to raise i t up among the useful aiicl rioiiprpblp callings, Tliiis their bonsciences arp quoted, ''•their hand j jtrengthpned, 'and the \^Ot&^rloTri^Wtth'a^nWie^ ^pal and onergy; y. i. Tb»patronize it, is t o beeompacceisoiry to all fhopvils wMeKiiatu.rallyand legitirnntbly flow frbhi tlibbqsiness; I f ypusbll a ; load pf grain to n Distiller to be con verted into poison, and sent •into a'li the velha and arteries, of the, cpnimunity to do.'itadreadfui; wqrkj ypu.have a share in pro- duMng l idttlieifiv , itlegiti,u)ately flowing*ftpm th e operation. You are accessory to all-the family ,broija, aUthpiteaw,all the misery, idlHheliving agony iH-bduced by that poison, ~ ' • 4. it diWovrageii •jf.4t dpea not prevent, all rbjisPnablo aiid-desirablo enrnpettiioxi ' Were it Withheld, entiriily frbttV liquor-selling taverns, the irttY.eling' eaminttn|ty\ -wonld' sppn b e supplied wlth r repftttiblb Md ; w(jU-au8tained temperance HoJiscaVWerftit jyithheld'frbm liquprTdeiding mcrermnts,gr'ocers,»aloon and recess rhen^-othcrs -^terapefimce menr^woald enter these several \briterie'siPf ttadp^sb faraS the^ Wbrb.needed, wltli * fatt prospect of success,and bo \a bless- iiig to boruqsujity; ina^d $' *•• btb? 0 ,' Were it : withlield-'froni.allliryiprTbcaring vessels, stearnV bosta nnd other croft* engaged; in commerce, nil line* of rsilrosds nnd stages which g o by the ateaifi.-of the bottle, and at whose termini pnssen geni are,turned aritp'jtjbrbst of debariters filled, with the/temptlng.bWbrage, other linea-of com- «ortp, ajid pther\rnbdcs of travel, would aoonbo opened iipon purely teniperanco principles, and bi well sustained. '-•••• : *\ •••'•*• . ;5i»iih;^^rifgather), is wrong,and pur vessel pf-t^ratil^^-^this-parycular bc-refprmedp octho disturbed sea will make a'clcan breaclr i)aWitt% i;»we*ping from stem to stcrp whatever a»y;;nMeib^nig4ine6^ LetitJbe onrprinbJple. and motto, opeujy floating upbnevery'orcezo—^ niii^i^-^iiirhoune.uUh makert, f«(iaV«, or Mnkerf, ii>6&ilUni)l inter ii\U> iheirem^loi/i nor, rfciite-thtnt-ifito oiits:r^'. : . *'• .'• *' \'From tlfehodman oh lire[adde'rto thetiiinister at the altar, no business intercourse unless their hands arp Start o f tlifs iiiifiuitobstriiffic.\ If men arc determinedtq'pjfdst'bnto the.bvfsiriess'ib spite' 6f reason and bpnseieiico and pttblib sentiment, luUhetn pro«ccuto it among themsclvea,, ^and re- ceive tlie foarful\consequences into' their own bpsor^s.. • , -• • - .•,.-.. Tiiiatrpatmenislipuldp---. III. Ascend from business to poliiicaI life,— The : wofk hereisvtp elevate riomiiri to office—bb his pPlitlenl coruplbxioii What .itinay, who has a hnif o f \the good creatures nboiit hiii). Especi- ally not to sefid any ,pne to the legislature unless he is a tried friend of the cause, \Thoso men,, whb for pecuniary gain or political prei'efnient to' themselves or friends, wiU'nSo their influence to Jet loose tippt). BOcfety tbe*\ partially; restrained *vils of intenipprancei er Mio will .neglect lp efjiploy ^tlieir influence to, restrain tirpso evils, th.ouglr^ii:nwhyres^cfs,estimable;nibn, andvnjut nbloieitnsorisi are not projjer personal to be en- trusted, ivitfi the prociotis interests coinniitted to the.handsbf civil rulers.\ And \it isthe right juultfae-dnty pf ftcenica-tp-deB)Mid^jfpnmli oil upon,.tl)b splria.dingivflm^e.. „ . .,,... ^Jipindiej^ igbc^iiij'usbr'i^hfey b||^^ Jai'aaft'c'rpwdin'gllt^pWsfpr^ jdnd; heiiu'ty, and a^fte?£i:5i60'0'. {p41ie J) ti'epury •pf thq Le'ag'ti.e.''•'• As.fagtins\ vabaneies. in Parlja- ^^tPQCurjre^.'tKp.y'^rct^.lrllJed' by. ,'barididaloa fromithei;. •iiagu^Lv^.rabn'g.'' tiietn 1 wns Kiieliard 0pbdcn,:a;jiahc1)es® .bjlibp. priptoi;^J{i'inanpf* jntlxusiastie' vfeeling|'.pf * tirfrhTillbd ipppuhjr elp> itjiienbe, and olife'tfeat'hsidievv bqn^ls'irftlie'riord 'Sf;debate,^,i|b, tfiat-lijd. ?»iyed tfjpiig&ds Pf th'e'borhmpn pboplb;^ the gauntlet pr|bbite>tthej;pc!i.pf thb staged and gartered arisibbrabyV Tihiis the b^ulp j,vaxed^| 'hsHo'r aiidhpttbr y\'ithpwlAnd withjti.' ;The prp- j'ijigibus efforts witfioiiltj nhjong the mass- of the ipQople, p||p^red.''^^^ifpr'la^sjiicbeMf^'dffort^ Witliih,' $nb \pressure; yfiis |rpmthe'rigiBts;ouiee T~the people—jit was,yupvvard'', A?4'-gatheting lr|trerjgth frpni every qiiarier, ;uptii;tjie opetitng o f 1 ihe- Sessibn if .t&lr^sf ^ ;knbbt'ing in Wincr^^^.'^t : ^&V%e pplyilegid landlords snpefidlspw pf A ;Jii|ge;inajb*riij? ir^arliameflt;<Jbo:mg4thb cprri laws fedblivipn.'•'-\- ' •.----•'•-.'- - •.'.'•• \ What Wptoow want is tp' piit this; Englisb pic- lurelnto thb Arrierienn'framei Wliile wpvigbr- litotSsly urge pn;i^o,cpntc^iw/fl)0,ut; byeyery .moan's in pHrpowoTj we \niuit ijirnt o\tr,\e'a^!.p eye>«pbii tli,e;$iillbt bpx) jut pur/ Cbbderiiandyilliers and Tlioniplpn^ aiid^rightB—<*#' WW of ihWider^-r into t,|w Ipgisl attire, and 'kind If so bo|i Bre around liie Capitpi, thViitb^ Will bbobjiged iiitlior. to vote death to the liquor trhflicbrilo'efprliiii. : political: parties,, ns candidates for legislative ofliebs.sjwl^.men sis Will use^tliBir personal and offlpiarjjiflapj'bf in feyor of the entire prohibition. and supprcssifeftteajdp 'M intpxiftattedrinlts,. and e^nMjy thuir\ ri^Mbhd 'duty'to;resmve %V tbMwillnbt^giva tlibirvot^sforajiytbtliertha^i jsnelr' in'eii for siicli pfliebs.\ This is•-'•Jfjffe- Iriie' jdpctrincf'andthboaSis-uppn which Pureause must 'ajiariaV The..steps already pointed out, if taken ?prBirr|Stiyandin fullraitli^w'iiliprephrb thepuhlie troihd^or--ihifrlttst^sHion}^nd-oi»h^the^ayfo ' successful legialrttioni '' And \nothing short of the entire prohibition of thaliqupf,traffifl'\yill bo sufficient to remove the evils of' iniemperajnco.or to preyent'their re^ turif if partialfy rbrjibyedby bthbKnjeinai'r;! llhis rnust be the corrWrn'inaiibniP.f;,(jhr^ suuimatioii'it;wM J!bt'haye\^oranerp;i»Jlpw,.and .....;- ., i -. r-^»;;^fP^Py^h)uWirrecj of bprp Wpre «^p««i^tih^^;fi«Ki»i^h^^1{;th«ja: .nottotouchitli •• ;-\.'.*^.\ ; : i j# >/;;<' ',-;-' r ;.•.,' •.;', No, Hie traffle'must' : c^»*^e<se by iegislative enjcfnie(it,;n«^s«M/eafD|:,tbe upward pressure oil piibllc.sentiment. ; ..». ~ . ,^ BoWwasiifciuEnglandi in that toousahti.corn i\^ r ^ ! ^ ^F? fr! * W » rf reform- there haf asdifBeultataskberore thoiu aa We now have, but np:dtrhcultlea,,hpwbver'f(}fmidable, could damp tjicif zeal, or rcprbas thpifentlmSiasTn. Tliev nut I^M^^^'^^^W^ %otJk]f MffltW vpJuntary asspciations does not furtilsh atnuniph M sig^aUs wits there achieved. M^sevenyeawthey reVblutiPhized tlie mind of *%£&& ^-^l^f- 0 ? 5 f Euf ^ bent tb their «tHltbflf rpudtK legislative assembly in the it 0 L ii.*^^M ** \\'StPoraey more powerful ffiSfl^ »n«fluity, >d overthrew tM$*3 &*¥'Vr th * *«?*« V theateadygrowth *#fe^|^?H«W >:** ^ centflries;\ And how Q kKPiafsiMsttin^iukl' Oil=l31o^attprioe»,;quBlT UloB,aali;t*lo« r at ; H^*#--JW^ H AMw^^ 8^ ',;.;'\\>*i.''. 'r.-.'*//'.^ .'.'.'•• .OpiirtStreet,.^ IJutwls stDd Mtaatallas. \S'^r; ' , . ...i ,•. ...j Cpgifcf L AWI^'md'Ciu'riDKiiii'l SBOKS,^; ucpmplcte^iwJorfT J •fiien'1^.illld , althow«i;tylpsVat ; ''•\%'•/*?*••. '\.. I a3.:S;..;;'^,-,:.,.. J:-ti&&MM§BM£&. ;'* :'KY*HMa^roW&:'MilliiTer?a>h i^..ltonhevqan>b6;obtained.jt,a,eimnll..adviuicolrom.| i^|p^c,oi^x-4;,;gijg^;g^si^B p\¥^ Styles : fWra-W;,'to^V'W 8 ^'«cbi'v'ed*t • • •' •!&.••.&•!•• .-••* -•'•••.t-^jvtk^mimm&S}. ;y:..>\7-v.-.-' m&VTf&vajBSi •'\ '•'..«• : \ /^F:over»dCsdripttoYi'iind'an.fre.^i,iit:r: .-,: . ., \J> ,;••• -'• -y*\ •' r 'U:<8^MAmKte>v& m > -jjB^' yon eyef yy, at- jO'sib.. €.M£Bt,jMJ,V$. ingnicaayeaoen lit :0._<fi,i ASfortniont; ivortli look- \'% .AfAJiMlAZVK- S ' feJVCH»iS£k£ a^JaSasBOrtrrrtni/ail-widthsand -n*. AMiinrs v,Wi,r 'WMa \RAWnota-nhrl.\RIKKhnia. Hia TrjlAB^Seifi and 'Fans, Bdnnet;s;)W:Bibbbns,,tlib, 1 JJG»akdSTEErj, alargp*aBsb)(t'®htat ItGGJIAiOMbfiiytwia, iiist opqns^iit ' . ,„, SECQNU. jfctffii.jjte&y; m-M% ;oiienp:-f |. <^sh„ Eixciiiircof .\\.•'\ T..F, PADBOBK. B^atertpxyrj,, ajiiy 8, Iggl. \; 87#t •fpir ', tpe.,jus,t>c.^a ! tiy ;,I{. 30MW.M- &.PQN^ DS\AtaC'T.UEC SATIKS,ex'tnuvid'tn¥bfid quail-' f3»Atii6M' 1 TOst6ponediit ; '^^-<?^*^•''J;•;^I5!BKSHAEI^'S;^.\• : 'Mbyte...; '.: . ;' ; • .'•.. .;•.•;'•• \ • 38'w.9„,,. B llAiWaiSi SJj»w&'i .coil'siBfiiaj pfKrapo. (iUl-obldrs> Silk,.Bnrog:e,.Stradillii, 9«sfiini're,:nivd many-othbr BhflB'-Ti'also'.OapeSj Visitos lind^nritujas,, cheaper tlron - I MiBSClj Noodle workiid ;QpbdaJ'i^la'ra^Q«irrfii'' J .'uft'iiiCo.Undorh'dfc'fs at'Ss^Jmbr: Gap^ittcaiS!, Ebibr., Lipen Ea«'nr,li'Uk'fs, 0iitfs,ials!b 8pm'bi.blb^aiit Eiiioi'., Party imcV Ball Dr'csscsi<Sc M c'lin-bo tbuiidattho. \H-.\.' ••••\•••-. \• •'•%W^:ptk.fittyftfor<i.' \\ NOTICE. ' \: •::•:••>-'•• '\r/'BlkakBaki •\\\•• , -\\\ TJ'KOM: 48, to.a^r.pe^y'dj.jiiidV EjlUcy-Press Silks.- J? fforn. ?^i.()d. toi&. per y'a,.all noiy pnttehas-^cali nnct ace'tli»;at_\;;. - .__. ft <6 V. m£'S!!.iI>K&.. ' ^7 • . OILS. . L ISSUED and-laimiJOils by tlio at L \ AD,IESMernHnfrt8i.Clijld.ab.,aiid WfiblB'ose a eomptetOjasSortirioht of/ Cotipn, Silk arid Wore-. teel Hose and Gloves, can be got-verj'clieap.at 10' .:.'. ; . '\' ,' - , . :SEplGltA«'S^ . Campheno Xiaraps, A N!'oxtonsivbns'sbrtii!en.t kept coiistaiitly on hand, also Ercsli-ftmiplibne andIJurbingJ'luid. ^^^ . NpTioij,—Tlie pnbliosliould' be ac'quaintod witlvBib., fiiettliatjam maniifaetufiiiff my own- Biiruirig Fkiid 1 .and;,pledgfl,nij:sclf thafcit Bhalt bo always-ruilivbqual. toaiiy'thut'canlDomnaes 15. IL SCBHJNEE. '. \W'atortbwni Deo, g, I860. ' .-. , '' . . . Koad Warrao-ts, •••*.. P KINTED and ralcddhia-nieat milliner, to bo lindof KNOWMON^ EIGE & CO., Marolii, • , .23. • OtitSfati. T 1NSEH); Orl AM> luaaMKr-SOll Gallops Oil,—, f J •WOjOOQ.-feot soasonediPino Iaiiiilior for sale at'tlio mJHsof • A.LATHEOP: • -!SV#-ewtlinge, Fob, C, 1851. • ainM • T- TJBEN'S PpifftlinoB,. U,iit, Ilnir^ Vail and Tooth, JL^BriahoSi Drijasiiig Comis,'Toilet ahdSliaving, gj>ap»;.&().,:at • (12) ' .StU.1)H?S. W UI.TE BKAIJD5; for Preserves, at 12' '. No. Stafford Block. TXTftOIj.ljQr^Slinvvlsjpflafcit^loiindslipenbi'Col yVjof^ Algtf.a fiili lissgrtiiteat-of Cashiuoro and. Brpelia .Shawls, jn»t i-eboiydd $: -um&s. In F|^rrj3:sto(Sk!,ioIdors:'o\r tlib Watejtbwn and Epine Enil- .J; rpadviirbliPvobynptifted.tliataitdeotioRifJJiriie- i tbrg for,tlio ensiling, jieaj'; ivil.l^takis place bji tlio flnst<| M,biiday/ln JbhS'ji«xt'(2.<i)>at;tlTe'\EmrroadEOT^ ; Brock, in Watortownj.atlO'in the-forenoon. \May 14, 185.1. ;..S8w3- OllA|jK]EEiQE,.S.eo'y i D • Mr.B— *j amerchatiVnow rSsidingin onbof pur large bbnlnjbrciiil cities, who' formerly lived in fatlibr an/extravagaufc stylb.-wa^ in the' habit, every.Mfiiiday morning, of \eivinghis wife-a. cer- tain sum pf ebpney for tlie;tabje, and ether houSBs I hqidexpensea-fpr thp: weefir He never nion- rtionudhis business to:His wife, ilBdshejdfeeriiiilg |; 1iim suffidiehtly'capable;of-attehaing to his OWJt ^affairs, neyci'ljri.quired into them. ; About five ypara after their marriage, through ;sbmosli«ht.naisnianngenicnt, and the rascality o f his ephfidbntiai blork,'-Mi; B-— suddenly broke, and his. fall Was mejitipned \ sympathizingly\ pn , GIiange,,and, like allsuch matters, there allsyrn-: : p»thy bndedi _ The merchant kept the nflair a se^ crctjVand trip iirst 'intirnAtion Kis lady had of i t Was a news paragraph inthe mprning papers. Shpftly niter dinnpr \Was over on the'discove- ry of tlio startlirigfact^'3Irs, JB—^ requested her husband (pretniiih-intlie parlor a fow mpmesntSj ns she had spniething to say to bim. She ifietr lofMhoroorn, hurried up stairs, and shortly tit ter returned with aspleiididly-bDnndfiiblbirchcr handL Handing it tp her husband. She said^-r ^ George, the day aftor.purmarriage you gave mo tins precious book aS a token'ot your Jove* and as a rich fountain to lookatiri tho day of ttoublo; Its pages,havo been,- precious t o ihb j •and as your bro^ ! looks snJRto day, 1 now return, it to ybu, thatyon'may* glcaa froni it spme con- splatibn'in th.o hour or glborn.\ • SbothenlKftthe'robrji, The merchant opened the*^kicnre1essly, and a bank bill fe|L oaf.-T—; He picked it Up, and glanced. at;iisfnce^-it was' a.ten-dollar oill. Ho opened the lippk.stgnin, and another note-of tho sarjno aniount was be- fore him. Heopened-it-at4hc_first=page,aiid; continued to And nil X between every few leaves till he arrived at. the borBUieijebmeiit of, the Book of Rovelntions. JJo was saved—could com- mence business, and, had a, capital of three tlipu- \sand dollars to begin with. Ho rang the bclk- a,servant appeared. ' ,l ftequestypur mistress to come tomeitnnle- diately,'' said tho .merchant The lady obeyed, entering'the robin; with something between a tear anda'smile. ^ jSiterffitte, wherp-ajd yo u procure\ all tltis- moneyi'' . ' • ; . . . ''Tliia is trie weekly saving of our household expenses for tholast hve years,\ was tho modest reply.-' \ Evpry week I put ten out of the twciW ty dollars wliibhypu gave mo into our Bible- bank, that, when a day of trouble came tiponns, we should have something to save us from the wolf.\ \ But why put it in the Bible, Eate ? * Because it is.a. good bank; otic which will never break,\ replied the; lady. . ' •'Ybu iireap_ angel, Katel\ cried her delighted husband^ Clasping Tier t o ins heart, s .. Aifdsdslie is, Dosa any bbcty doubt it?:— There are thousands pf ajieh angels, despite tlie railings pf miserable weineu-slnndering bache- lors. The First Printed Book. It isa remarkable and most interesting fact, that the very first Uso to whichthe discovery of print- ing Was applied, was the production of the Ho- ly/Bible. This was nccpinplisllcd. at Mentz be- tween tho years idfid and 1455. Guttenburg was thp invonter of the art, and Faust, a gplpV smith, furnished the necessary funds; Ha d i t been asingle page, or oven ah entire shoot, which was then producedtthere mighthave been loss occasion to notice It; bu t thevo was spme- tliing in tlie whole character of the affair, which, if not unprcccd(inted,Ten(lered it -singular inthe usual, current otlfSHiSri overTts. \This Bible^ivns in two volumes, whieh'Tiavo been-justly praised for tljp strength and; beauty pf the papbr, the exactness of flip register, arid the lustre of the mk.. The work contained' twelve hundred and i-eighty4.wb pages, andbciftg the first over print- ; 1 ed, of. eourso fnvplvcd' a long period of tinio, and an \immense anioufit of mental, manual, and : inechnnical labor j and yet, for a lorig time after it had been finished, and Offered for sale, no t a single humnn being,.save tliearjj^^tliemselye.v. knew Kb\Vit had bpennecoihplishcd. Of the first printed Bible* eighteen copies are\ iiow; known lobe in existence, fpiir of which are printed; on volluni. Tw o o f these are in En- gjand, one being in. the Grenville 'collection.— One is in the Royal Library of Berlin, and: one in the Royal library pf Paris. 6j the fourteen remaining copies, toil ate in England^-tliere be- ing a copy iii the libraries of Gxford„Edinburgh, •and London, and seven in the collections of* Jfif- ferent nobjerflen. The vellum copy has been spld as high as $1,300. I CAS.^-01 eoitrseyoti can. Ybu shbw it in j/pur looks, in your motion, in yonrspeechj in yb«ie*verything•;, leaq J A braye, hearty, siib- sttmtiililnaiily, cheering eSpf ession. Tliere is a olmi^|e|r,,fprc>e, vigor, detbhnihation, willjn it. We like i t The words have a spirit, sparkle, pHngency K 'fl«Tpr, geniality, about them which takes oneiiitjieyeryrightplaco, Icari;! Therb is'a world orines^nge'-' \ March! J^-ABltAYTOW, ' Overallsl OVBriAXl.* ! f rAjqiJS StoiitffieavyrDrUL avoftdls) for aaleV cliottp at;. ',\'...• 3 STKEETEK'S OtOTHINGSTORE. • !i.» . ^..,. ' 81 * ABBIVSD AT Z.AST. r llOSE'Biofl-aoobs ybu haveTifecnuViiitihe; for. ^jlprii 31, . . -Sswll _ -TO OABINBT MA.HHRBT .TUST-Tccoived.ii-lnrgo'lot of'Iliiir Cloth, (of various tl widths) Ciarlod Hair, i'prings.MaliOfraiiy Veneers,. Knpbf, eto.^otc.-j-nt prieca.tliittcatt'tlio'bcat.at 85 , T. CimnvExi'si No. 14, ftiirt-st. |;T>IAS r & COVKIB of various atvlcfi and pattorne, [.it frpw $5 to ^'12.. _dlao Tabk Covor^, lit T. Oai,nwEi.L'8; J?o, T.4, Gqiirt-st. Quns, Guns, duns. iblci A magriiilcontstockofDoubfcjiiictSliiglej WirojStiib and Twist and common: Garls, Also,, Eiatbls, Gaps, t'lushs. Bolts. &e, for saio very-low, by r . R; JOHNSON A SON. Sioee on- north glle a? Court dreit, above the Kirby ]Tofel,oi>votite> Otis'Ijlocl; • 10. 0 -fflPlllftE, frosh ovoiy' wook,—BurnintrF uid _'__, 12 •--.. SltlTll'S •if\(\ l'lECES 6d. QilI«K#, (usually soldTi-om 8 to JTA/V lOo.) Bcari/6d. S?icetin<r$, Howou'erina iit 10 J..& H..S. TXtATEft IJME.^^'Chb Subsbribor hbb now oii . V V.hand nt his Mill, near Sanford's Corncra,an Le Kiy,,wO0;bWss Water Limb, sold low- foreasli. . - ABJJA1IJEWETT. •Sanford'aCornew^AprffS, 18SU 8,2. - IBAWLI1 IQAA ^Ssy StatOj Waterloo-«Uii \Envpire all wool,\ 'SoUcitm'g your, ordors, wo remain OVv 1»«? ShawU *btb 12s,'up, ulsoSinglb niid . Xoar obodiont sorv'ts, 1 OoHWoBreoRevGAhrhbre, Silk; Stradclltt, &c just re- w atcrtown, lflSO, B. JOHXSQy l'Cdvcu;.and;wUl bo sold, at the most TCasoiiaKle prices, at .__'- •?' ' • J. <fell. SKLIGXAK'S. \ToWarchants Peddlers an d Milliners, TX7;,E; would state, tliatwoslmlifeetp np during tho V if; season, our prcaont litrgo stook. Our W.Tiole- «ale ,: prices aro calo\ilnt<:d to moot every expectation nS wo wmwipply thoiriv as usual, ntMew-york City 1'ricea. , ; • (10) J. & h>SELIGMAK. I CiPKIKGBiiciSUMiCEK FASlirONS\ ju.it recoKTd fi5 and for salo iit-the Cheap ClnttihiB iSb>re», Ko.l, American Biiildiui^ by March 5,1851. ' H-OBK & TREAT. 28 Syracuse Crackers WholesaloandBotail. S ODA CrnCkers by' tho box. Wafer and Common CraolMrsby tho bbL,Of asuporiorqimliti BPdcon- stantlyon InmcTby . C. B. J/OKGAN. TOertbivn, Oct. 2,1S50;' - * ' - (T WBDIOA^BD BISCOI*r Soda Buseuit aridCraokcra. of every varictv, made by \SVM. PAY, . BroK-nville. 19 iH-JOTiCBT •^L.XL\jrj.jobted to MR..J; %lm, A. Wsiiif, by nor- K, &A nad settle. iiUtSor BOfcs, -Will please call at the store of . 'VVoIcb, Jn, Ifo, 1. AJIJIOI'S Blook, Court-st, ilo. • 24 \ P ICTURE FJtAMES.— UU-TASD KOSEWUDD llort. dings of all widths, just rocolvsd. Frnnios put up (t short notice. T. CAXDWEU,, -jprjI-Sbthi 1S5T. ISTo. 14^- Court-st. F EATHERS^-. jugt received a lunfe lot of Evo QeesoFcathow,.of a superior quality, at _** T. f'AXIIWULX'S, No. 14, Court St. 1 (\f\ Pieces of those nlco Shiilfriir iTiisliiide'Iiiines 1U V can be found at JLDXXWB & PC'S, Watortoyiii Ai>ril 15. - tburt St. B AKU AGE arid Strainer Cloths', -at O. It J . WABB ^prila,4. • - _ H f\30Z. Alosandor's. boatladte' Srcncli Kid Gloves, l\J just received and for sale (ot 75-cents a pair, at WAaBHAT.l,'B. ,84m8 84 Needlo»Worked tSoods, Selling' off at Cost. , AlWTiKWii (at liis'new location since tnolate flrd, 2d.door from,the -Citizens'Baiik, phWasfi- iiigton-Stiijct,.) will.soH bis stock in. trade si'<?ost, iu oi-Her to close up liis business. . -lit wanting StbV.oa, Tiiinndl.Japaiincd Ware; Stovepipe, S]icoOjrpi]„$lieet Ooppor, y?vca, Block Tin^Tinphite by tJieBpx,Bb.ilers. ahd f eakcttlcs, Benches. Fixtures. aiidaWin.plctose.tt ortuiiier's TboTs. anlHHSliinos^ lor carryiiig'on the above'business, will plcaso call, spoil.' Aprils, 1851. - ' ,83tf S lliKS-'MSlLKS I I^rSlLKai!'!—Tlfoso WiBbing-to- '•nufohase S1IK GOODS will find itgrently to their- advantage fp ex.ainino our stock before purchasing. ' AYb would call partiBnldr attention.'to obrstijoK of Black Bilks and Satins. W'a have this-day received 10 pieces GroDo Lyons and Grp do Naples; 5 piaces pplcudid Biaek Turqbo [^atma^jUHLTO 'piccea-Camelion, -Cliiucaud- -Eanby- r Silks, allof whicb wilt bo sold less than-they can bo S irchnsed at any otljor establishment In Northern row York, • > ' •• W. GTADiaNS <£ CO.- Watcrtown; Aprils 185U • Court-Street.' ARCA9B JEWBLHT STORE. NewBtore, IfowTirtn, and New Goods! . T^fATCUES, Clocks, Jewelry Gold nr|d. Silver-| y X Spectacles, Silver-Ware, Musical Instilments artd Faney-Gpbds can bo found the elicapest in tho cannty'at '. '-'•- - No. 7, Paddock's Arcade. •\Vntcrtown , Fob. 25,1851. -AY. GENNET, . . W.E.OSBOKN. P. S, Watch and Jcwolry repairing attended toby an bxrioKenced and skillful workman. 2Y Connecticut Tire Insuranco Company. JUp. 8 State, streot, Hartford, Cpnn. Capitaf|200jOOO. Iustiro real and pofsoinil-property of ,aB.kinds, on tho most favorable terms. Directors—Josoph Trunibnll, Benjamin W. Greene, James B.. llosnior, David F. Jiobinson. Julius Catlin, Ilnn'Oy Seymour, Edwiii D. Morgan, N. Y. City, James Dixon, Edmund G. Howo, TcrtiuH Wards'worth, Timothy M. Allen, John h, i-Btrhee, Edsoa Fessenden. J. II. DETTON, Agorit for Watcrtbwn. BENJAMIN \V:' GREENE, President. ' JOHN. B. ELDREDGE, Secretary, , by Auicrican Manufacturers, all of wliich will bo sup- plied^ to tlio trade at New York's lowest jobbing prices. & SON. Fax-ins and Village Lots. O NE Fami 150 acres, near the centre of the town 1-2 of it improved, l-2in wood. One Farm of 13fi aorcs near iSarlands stoain .saw k • Broad Without Toast! B ABBITSS Er*^v^gisa,CoMPol*-b, fqr sale W 36iy|0 ; : .-• ...|AJ,ilAliSHA^i,, UPiiiiity iiiiHls! . . .. Jflfr^ft bpriO,r^., Bntltlo4c.- Bounty iZjf E&m mm Qollgress §opt. ,28,'18'5b. an*fowardf h ,Hl -« L - i - i, \- i '-'-'• ' Vati'ifsimiS =r 0 i a !»<«. ;p tlie proper ideparbiicpt, at Wlfsiiingtoiu 1 u * !?.° aoj^-subluifcts,oniibleliiiafo ohtiEtjietS'^l? Uw 1 canto»»)iedi<(»; iiiid witliout'dibsc VeSii{iobLVai*y usuAflynttendantriippii! siteli applientiPiLSi?' 0 ''® agon'tiat ^asliiugt'on;.. ,.1\-Mtc;i;toWii,.0ct.'.'fe, S^P«? M lS^^RQBEI^.wbltld^c^OttitiiyJnfoM^ llanitaiits o'fithis'villflgo and vifii Ir^ST'f ;.iib* proparPd Jo atteHd^cfall.wAbrs. SSli tpwri'-'iirid' cpbiltry.'. :<Hui'.EHl: Qloaks',-;SackS iiijd il^pSsPitft^u'ajiis'fefed: of .pat'rtiiiige iB.respeetiully'isolicitiid., A'^liatff. S^iopntiar.thoEfiUib. Saiiai'c s '-attiiefoet\bfiirFSi^-' ijlVsti, • ' • \.--. ,j ^-!,';._r£T.l:..'-. t i'-' • r^vV V- gv . '.'rnaVafc A .STOQE;^!' Mtir<j JS'ew §oo«ttettn.bo.secli at(i £ f? .ttflland-.lopk.atW-'lWautiM^^^fft^ Sllaw 8..SnTelldia Lheo tl'irtnnr.rl i&AH..^Z^b^ ^gpo^smtown^wVil^iyeyputliemo^^^^ .thing n\$i8mrlA~a.nvmpt<!/!m. ... .^watwei Vatoirlown;.A.prijS, M \%:& J^tAESlliAWi^ Ji/'s'gnpf ttoBig Phiiib, Farnham'sCTmiay*iffi* bop'slslona;,kcop constontly.ofihaiid.imd.wirnw' .fhcture:toordir,1dl Idnda ojT^&iu-Mr C S»5 siness: such as .TMnusmf. flnhl-nM.'«-,,,! '/u-.P ivM: JuliasflttodupaSlionon tlio Northsideof Faetorv: ''Sqitaro/near'Fairbaiiks 1 Taiiiiory,;ana;-immediatcly.ijS- dpr.C.Auboni's Peg Faotory,, wliora liels qongtaaflo--^- mamifaotiirinffjall tho tlilfereiitdpspriptibiis,ofOairon--'»' rbi-s, Ship Builders,,a*id;Coopers> ElJGKTOQWteS gether with a ycryisiipcrior'.artiplo-of .42?®$,?$.rafts; •utiiotiiroil. Ja-0in v jJi.o very best-mntoriabthe; nigrkeVif 1 \' I tprds. T'hepiiblib .may\judge of thp oxceUeijco-of niy' .LEdgo Tools wlien-itl9u3<na\v^4hatthe^i<>^>^Bfa^- Jvtfirson, County. Mr. ' ' ••>,'•>,--\f-- Edge Tools cpiistiiritly On liond'.ana ftr safe wfioteV sale, and .Retail. All articles of-my-iiliuiufnenu^iit • •Waminted'tp.dogood service, provided a fairtrialji I eivon. Stono-Cuttci'sHobls ii)ado and.repaircd'tbaS's I el -MENT, .Jusireceivod'at'thbsbrp'of W.a=K^ a&^jrcwt ourney, .a splontlid'ussovtraent of Watchos'and-Jw? Bll w , diyj-.-cffliBtenb'l^npart of OpW;;and ^TIwpjitSir^B\ ^ lcvor,XopinejandComiao» jffatohee, wnrjahted : tbi« : ko.epoi-s,; Gold Safoty and. Pol? Chains -and'JH-' 1 Stpno, TorqUis; Cluster, and Cornelion Eing^- Pius, for litdies.ana;gentleBifln; Gbldand Hair\ lets; JinnyMnd. Cluster, .Coral,Stonoan^^plamfiiit. -Eings-j-.GbHiarm: SilverPeaisTindpencils; WKMOT'' Silver' Sncetaoles;, -Gold and Silver Slides, Sllf# Cpmbs,.Silver, Peiu-la^d commpn Card Cases,\ -Ssbvk andGerihiui Silver,Butter;-UniveSj Silver SpQpiis,Di- ning, Tea, andPioklc Forks, a splendid arrjclo of SllVer- CakpUaskets, plated and common CandlestiokS, Biife nnnjaTcii' Setts,,Y>latetl. luid cbrnibon Castors, Gina* doles, Gothic Clocks, -with other nrtieios too nuttiOroij tomontioii, allof which will bo sold, cheaper, thaii'tj; any other stok, in Nortliern Now York. Please.iO«lj, and examine for yourselves boforo purchasing clie- All lands of Watokes, Clocks, andJowblry,,rcp»iit<l\ und^«t^vB^<<J,•at , Ho. V, Sall'ord Bloekt j«'atert6 ! irjL. i -< w.wm$m?m* WJitPrtown and vieintty,lluit ho has on hand a liaooy Somba'sBOrtmcnt of Watches rnd Jowolry, Silver tad ,Plated Spoons,.and is receiving Noiv Goods ovoryfew 'days byi'Express, from New 1 ork, thuscnuoling.lilin' T ft TTEBgHANTS, • _ •\* t0 present to the piibBc a choice AsaprtmenUo isoUiji T HE NEW HAEBAVAEE HOUSEiOf-R. John- \*°| n -„ IBs stock VoiiiprlBcs GLUI.ana-Silver Watches,, son & •otar Impbrters^^olfefite irnd Itutaii ky, k a \'\\' 1 \ , \ 4 ^\\ f \-\ \ Dealers, would politely call thojjttbntipn of the trade to their extensive stock of-Hardware! Cutlery, flic. Wo have bnhand a heavy mboiint of Engliali apd Gorman; Goods ot oiir own recent importation, and a stock of Domostio Aftiejes mndo to our ordors , — ladies'' Breast Pins, with Garnet and Pearl Sitthws, Turquois and PISin' Stone Sittings. All of which will be gold as cheap •«- at auy other establishment in this \icinity ; ;, , The Subscriber hopes hy strict attention tobiisinca. tomerit a share of pnti-onnge, assuring ilio piiblibuW nopains shall.be spared ou lib part to satisfy all'cgt- toiners. Watch work done on short-notice, in the. best IMDB ' neryaiid wammtedfur olio year. ... -- • < 20 n, K. KEWCOMB,. .. Tho Xibst Found. r-piIE subscribers wish to i jifonn tjio inhabitants of I x Watertown and. vicinity, that they can purclUMr j CAM1KET WAJiMat a superior gualil)/, witlioiltl*.. j ins:eharpcd an exorliitnntprioc. , . I Tliey do not profess to'havo spent \two yenra^ia ygetting rwirfy todobusiness 6n*anextensive scnlc,not Also, 30 Village tots, some of them near the Kail do they bring their furniture from New York wlnnYiJ —itii...-ii- •- • ! us thniwu together on *• the ten kiiot to the hour »n- tom.\ but having rebtod rooms pn t thecA«y>*i(/««rihe KondDopot; 10 Houses and Lots situated in different parts of tho village all eligibly located. Forpaiticu larsobquiro of - - - - Watortown, March, 12,1851 j S. FAIRBANKS, ir paiti IANKS 1500 Butter Tubs, 1500 Milk Fails, 300 . * _ Wash Tubs, W ^RE-iSTED of tlio very best quality, now on hand iind for sale as cheap as can be -j urchased elsewhere. -Ill kuids Pf.Packages, holdiuor fromdO- - to 6b pounds of Butter, iron or wQQdJioopecUpaliitttd; orarnpaintcd, with doublo'or tingle beads, will bo inanufactured to order on roasouablc notice, The price of Butter in miu-kct depend* nearly us niiieh up- on the kind of Poekngcs used, n» the qtialitv of butter packed. Dairymen pUme bmr thin in mini), ; and glvo moa call before purchasln.ir olsoivhorc.ot tlie old stand, Fnrnham's Tamierv, un,Beeboe's Island, Watertown, N. Y. , A. D. BUTTON. MB- cannot Fiirai- ntrc purchasing community is thdmosttjiywrfaflf.ls that they do notcohmicnce by chargingyouforrw years lost timi^foT exnenses to New York and frc'ujlit. on funiituro, iioMbr highrcnta, but instead of adding;- 'io the price of tlieir Ware tor extra expenses and l\\» jjpril 14, .ljtSl.. 34m3 Stitch, etc. at C, d:J. MAltMAfjVS.' BPXJUrDXD FAHASOtiB. ' A DKINS & CO, are now opening an elegant .aRsort- XJL ineafcof Plain ami Chniii.'i'a'blo Silk, Watered -Silk, Brocade Silkj Turqiro Satin, Satin lie rhino, lined,Ivoiy Tippoil, and fringed farosols, which We invito the Ladies in csainiiio at tiio Dry Goods and flirpjt^Wartliouse, Court St. _ ' 84 TO CARRIAGE IVIAHERB. J UST rccch-ed. a largo lot of i)amosk Plash. Blue j 'l aV 'P!\l d s,llia on d Drab Cloth, Enliber fljnth, patont Oirtniii ! rreneli Laco Cloth, Laces, Moss, Buckram, Cilrled Ifair, Ac., &c, wlucli will bo sold nt prtccs-tiiat cnn'tlje boat, at %, CVI.DWEJ,I,'S, No 14 Court-st\ BSSSOVAXi. DRY GG01)« AN D MUXINERY. rrbm Otis' to tto. 1 7 Angel's Block, Court Street,. Watertown. -;—— R & A, WELCH, Jn., having purchased thesteek i in.trnde. of AattAu.ur .WKLOII, (who lias leff the business in.tlicir luvor,) and having added u fine as- sortment of New and Suitable Goods for tlio season, congratulate themselves that they BIIIIII meet the wish- es of those who may please to- favor thetn with their patronano. Old customers arc respectfully invited to Contimio tlicirfavors with tboSona, who pledge themselves the utmost exertion to give satisfaction. The attention ot the public generally is Solicited to-their stock, as the wonts of both village and country custom w-ill bo thor- oughly studied. EST* Bear in mind Angel's Block, No. 17. P. S. MiLLDoaiY in all its branches carried on in the same establishment. •Watertown, Feb. 4, 1851. cxiieriMieer-tliey-cuuleiit-thfciiiaelves Inputting on thj «rtro <?«i\i*« pf finish to their work, ^'. Ifar-tiCulPr attention ,'gl von totho making of BOOK VANES ANDSBCRETA11IES,' and various articles of Purnitlirp,expressly tpanrdjr, and warranted to snittlipse for whom they aro mail?. Kcmember tliatjinv t'li'mg vou want in tho Oaiimt . line, from a foot-stool to n sofa, will bo made for yott; exactly as yon want it, ami at the lowest prico. - . Our Koonis aro in (\Virj-'s block, west side of ta» public square, over Robinson's tin shop, whereiro in- vite all to examine our work, and fool conJldcut tlnil • those who patronise us nill be satisfied withprieesancl • qualijy 1 __ (lyl) _ J . E. it G, P. PglGE. _ „ \XitTtiro Chaneo. rroxDEHFVi. TO smiomi S OARCKI-Y has itlieon recorded- in. tlio annul* V . _ history, such a eoiuplote revolution has taken place, tho last few months on the subject of .liglit,'it ,-ifi.i., i.i.» - A— -. • y- - - k~) history within tho _ ^u'Cim'^ •'\ f,*? r J ca ^'i»«rth7Se lulvX ^S,w«! P JoTo? SSL*! 1 !? OtttWsatf'lmportarjife»iJ r eet, we do not pretend that there are not some^M havo always ijtsifcd n« 'liiiich light as pbssiblo'oB ll* suhjeet,.butit.isastonishing wo mightidmostsay'H- ' mcutable, tlmtmorv do not a\ail Ihcriiaclv-cs pf ffieopi portunity of furnishing tbcuischcs with thatwhkh would conduce so mueli to tHelr happiness daring tlio approaching long winter eVenintrs. • '•' - , .venmirs. THE.MYSTICRY.'ToLVEi). ^ . 24m8 iCooiLSmi >Z h i C «° U ' y ^ mcd ^-! na - v ^ ftMul \t'tlic sign of thW -A miT„ft\* °e' lin T° \' d, *y reeoivcd>ntlaro I those alone that givolhom tlibSa^SSnHoS' m£ sl>Ie ft a e of BoS^- ^ l0t ° f the M ™ iD *\ ^M^ ^J^^S^^T\ 4, Florence Bonnets, BOOKS, BOOKS. A NEW assortment ot b'ciiobl library,,.Miscella- neous and\ Silndiiy Rehool Books. ' Afeo Annu- als, Gift Books, Praj-er Books and.Bibles just ree'd. .16 . ,KNO\VXTtT^, !UCE,,f- CO. To Carriage OiaTkers. W AGON Spriiigs, Bands, Lace, Fringe, Lamps, TuilBjBoxc«i Daslicrs,.Liglits, Eiibberand. Oil Cloth, Maljqablo Iron,. KimhS,. J[or>ks; ?inib,. Joints BowBj,Nu-fs.-o5t^\SEffor.salc at loiv commissioh pricso. by K. JOHNSON & SON. Start oh north .title of'Court': ttrtet, above-tie Kirby Hotel, opposite Otis' Ifhici, 10. How; - than was an out-»e*wK%^^^^ flection of Hisibner soul. IttelSSS.^ will kttle the race, and tumble wit„.ft«?worid ' away that will open and brighten nudSttw mseyes lean! iVIiat spirit, p,3s^BL tensity rca ity„powe f ar,d,pmilo! It sSnf' arm>astoiitIeartyaboia cv e »(U,\oL^ *%£ffi domitablewili. We „pver1nlv?!S^^I of ijs ene^Vit ) dity,:nrP«Wd light, wrn^S attanjemmenee of some kind. . ™ ' • SB1SOVAL! A. Blondon---Tho Frenchman, TTAS rcnioved his F,v.«i|inKABt.ii SnAVisb,and. ILun JLL rrrTi.NoSALonN W 2d,Story, ANGEL'S' NEW BLOCK, t'onrtstrcct. Shaving, Hair-Cltttiug, and Sh\anipooiliji;.«lone in, the lnost approved-styip, and .on-short notjeq'. 27 SHEBTIPrOB.\\ * ~\ \~ T II% Subscriber, having rcceiveil tho agency oftho . - Now /ffirtford;;Clint«n, : and Eii,ipiro,Alilla, will,in * »«i:i.» ~ \-ipyly of their superior Sheets at all times at Factory prices. WatertotpnyilpriU, 1851. . 33tf IV hito Pumrlin Bonnets, (-hinn-Pearl do Ihur Laeo do do ! Pearl andpodol do I Jenny Bind Straw do Silk Shirred do Black Tuscan do Porciipino, Flats, Jenny Bind do Blind Alboni Bonnets, i;hip do Dunstable do Dunstable & Alboni do- as th» Tulip French Gimp Pedal; Gimp Edge Satin and Alboni ' English Straw Black Tulip Shell Braided Fiats, do do do do do do ( handsomest patterns ever offered in. this part-.of W SI, 1 !! n°t tho inlciitiou of tlie Gbod Sninaritin to brag, but we WPliW'rcspoctftilly.solicitaUto(!all'«ii<l i bxamine our assortment. Our prices owing Ho tlsi TofK 9 'T°f mcn -'.?f ' illtter,is •^' ll) nccoimnodatetf' ro those who have oil lamps on hand IwonldroStS* «!,Si'S«.S . \ m <$ °? V ,a P a '?& 'c - change tlfen£ini# fluid lamps that w.ith: but a trining-'oxponsoyou cia have an entire fornTnilttn ii..+i.« »™'5 +*-t?!r.T ' • ™ inny iiinrt do Bough and Keady do All of whish-will be sold cheap, as wo aro anxious to close out thc.lot. W. O. ADKXNS & CO., 34 _;.,. Court Sfroot.. ._,.„..u,n/ii, UIUJ. anipiroMJiia, will,in a few (lny«,,rcceiVo asupjly of .their, superior Sheets ings, wliich lid will sell at all times at Knctnr» «rf nn o rritrr. , A.,Word * 0 thp WiM. •PP Bubsoribcr would respectfully inform his 1 friends, and tho puhliepe1icrally,^hothokeens constantly onlmnd.and forsaleatSielowes ratesl general assortmerit of Oils, Paints, «lass, vSshes -r-:—. . >...,.; i nero [ V\? 6 '*!^ 6 ' S!?* 1 ^. Looking Glassesand Lookihg- ^ ™ _ xpteasedi, hailed^Pwr^iS^fef ^f^m^gAfpu,. - -•-- - --\- cnigrnmi2ed7ramnic3iiito thesa few letSrA^ - '§ *- u ^ r i.^\3 ro ^< i '\^ Oil* W Whole sermons of; sSjidtground virtues wo more than admire to-hear theyonru? speakitoutibravelyy dbteri»inedly~ .4 thbi H«..» <™»VI,»»II, urrueenes, uui> Work, V,amns Cnmphono,Gold Leaf,Bronzo, Pianrra.Pioturo-trarnes! &0 A^ 0 ' • n • ' »• HITNTINGTON, ' W\atertoyn ) ,Sept. 12,1850. ffl- -WnshingtonV.. - xziAxsra&T. M ES. MOKG AN,\wi«hes : to iiifonrri tlio: Ladies that her Millinery'will bo.contiiiuid at;her Old stand in all its various branclifs. Sliohns just returned from tho city with nsplendid assortment of MflJiiiery GoodSj.of thoneWMtBtylos, Various styles of Straw Slid Fancy Bonnets, arid' Trimmings constantly kopt, and has the Best of help to nrringothein to please;— Artificial Hair constantly Ob hand, or mndo to ordbri nrrnporkJIBLlttrJ .liLJB.^Mrs, Morgnm willsoU her entire stock of amanpci»sP«»ed pMillfriery on ronsonablo tcrms-^alao tlie House and igii^whbdia• »6Tl'ii^*te''*h««'»H!JS'' B Watortown, Ma3r,l|;t8Sl. .86.- SOOLZTTX.E & McCOllIB'i T 0 B\. A C COW O R K S, -rr-rr --HVOr^y-A««AT>irirAT7LT^~^\ T HE subscrihers would iiivlto the attention of the public to,tbeir Tobacco Store, just opened, whore may no found at all times an ample assortment, eon-, sisting of imported and domestic Cigars-Cavendish of the choicest brands, loosft ohewing and smoking To- bacco, roso scented SIcBojyScotoli and Kupbe Snuffs, Pipesby the box or gross,. Tobacco boxes, Cigar cases, Tipps, an endless variofy, in short all articles (bund in' a well stocked stofo of our calling. Beingextensively engaged in nlonufaeturing Cigars, botrf of imported and doraostiostock,, onbblds us to irisure the public that all -articles sold ntour Store wiU bosueh as rce«m- mended, or tboy can. bo rotiirnod and tho money re- funded. N. Bv ParticularnttPntion paidto the Jobbing Trade. Please remember an'd calV.nt No; 5. AroadeiHall. Watoi-town, January 13,1851. W. M. K. Dootirrte, J- H. McCbiciiS. Iiuxary and Oivilixatioh go Hand i n Hand. TEMPLE OF FABPOY! NO. 4, AHCADB, WATBRTOWN, It. T. T IIE subscriber having roirioved to thp abovofash- ioiiablp arid lnagnincont Arcade, begs.mostro- spcotfiilly to aastire the^citi^ens-pf Wntnrtmrii inulHhT- adJOTrriiapcouniry, that' nbtliiiigTliall bo wanting on his part to render this fashionable resort in reality b TBlOFZiB Or FANC7. ' Our motto shall boto Suit the Taste ami'.Pirate thf Eye. rfavihg received; 6 Diplopias and soveraEfiret Premiums, in Silver Ware, and a Diploma was award- ed him at the Fair of the. American Institute, city of Now York; for tho; several specimen* of Gonfeetion- pfoy manufactured by -himself. The public may rely on nB articles made ot this • establishment, to be made of the best materials. Orders in town and country Pxttinine our assortment. Our priceslowing 'Ho tS| tor\—'\ ; •*• - ' 7 s c ipi , . - . ..— .— —.. .1 t have an entire revoh.itu-ni.iii tlio way Pf tiirht. Tlioso who are doubtful as to tho - '1 ^'iU'Tr? lKm ff\'b«'%SvoYtrial-blfiiif the Fltud. Eeinembcf at the Sign of tho^Oppr] maritan, nndcrtho BaptistcUureh. 15 T Pennons, Bounty Irtftds, P»tewSj£r2L UEuiide^ignwllIav-ingperlM , ( while in irashingtom fe propni-odTb-frnnf Sg^™ smoss of every'nnturo wit/l tho o&eers ofKrKal -and begatoaunounee to all parties =desiringtp?* V '. aeutplaims of any cliariicter. W 1>„«.S.. \ g iK.fJL M, ? ,^K , s , %'fejasss •ssssasag^ggSissfflS' meritoripnscases, in„ s . Wa'^SSr i!S?c!f^-^»^ •gSnmmptn\sL haV ° ^ b »^« S ;»WMcdtowHh' haVoorT^f'S u^ om ' or mhior children,wM 28, is w S?;„i - d i f •*2 l * nta under thblaVofSep ^s, iMO, wlucli must be located Wore tlkef can bo sqldjldesiro' tb 8«- '•'--**™ -^555*^3? inflri»«f nii'ic-\ -7v\ thatliiavosttrveyi.anft maps ot allthopubho lands sitbieottocntrv slid iiri J vate sale, and have rriade full arZgementefirlSS those, warrants „ n d, j| m , r visit^gSds^S? lots tS Z eCtl ° n ? °,i «>«\hoicostand mofcdesilbf 3' ! 3llll| l spend all the tinio and incur alliUm •snin |-,TPBromtble miloJ'Kjftii g and Sish«Ig#« depdorpatenti and shall endeavor to^acWtaSpaatt allporsons whomay apply to rno, w ' go ' i, WB^w Ty recoil tlii.., ,i« „ .\ B \ v »\cin-vain«n>ciuiw»~- foEJitoS. J tJiaiiM \ 0 «»p>py.^ag%%tbi(wii. ™!^^ p P' i ? ation *' 0 ^ n *' r r«rff6n«llyorbyleftcr?y| wccivosuitablo MtontianSk^rxg!WilM «« 84tf .JAMBS ; WtUglMn MiimMniiiUdi : U „ :KAGGr No;4, Arcade. V^ n -, f Bnttcrflolcl, Com. of the Gpnora) l*nd;W»¥f irashlngton.T).C.} Oi V : . BralliarljFl^feanJ AlVMflunt, EffirsM . ratortpTOt j*;C: Dto%-K*r?. Cashier, SaokersJHntbor; |. B.;ttnngerford, (Jiwhier,,; Adams (Jason Clark; ESJ,, ptosis ^•' * . . . -v;fr;>s..-;i-r:- ! 1 X-

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