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— IM TIE PMTTSMRGI REPUBLICAN. VUwa ** ll» *o«»*iia iff CJoaiMtn*, '. We copy Ititt fbitoWtajr, Wtliiio jVohi the Now tork /wii'iitti 0/ CiiWniW'** oif ttib: 8!Hh UU* wprefwioii is eohiirioniy ««SW tUe- #U?ionlBt» as \ynbhywoH^vitiitimwiiwj>i»i or impute » dwW WnboflicHt ill fto.£ttnBit6 ; Nbbffty lAWj lmextoiwli\ o ti plnin, tho t»oojlt« iity. \Vj'tw. liWiy yt»U Me ttotjtt tffa*o* tho exttetwioij of ftiiit 'airs, „ot Mftly bo trusted to itiaiinjjo tholr OWM tlM WW UifaOfy Ot it rObuWlluti f ovcNinHuit in, ft fferoqimdiMiUmbug. \Don'l yolt sco thaiinw ihr»raOU» Nobrhskiv t«w extends sluvoi'y over a iortltbt* Itti-go enough for ft Mighty ewmro, from wUtah it was extsiuatid by tluvb sacred compact; ilia Missouri ©bmpwmtiiot Surely yotutrb too good U indit to sanation sUcli ait otttMtyra against »0d ahd humanity !>> WiiB tipai 1 fallow is pulled by this sophistry, ttt\dwv«tf by ihp.fttm«ma im- ilied in the appeal., A;rtd no lib sliWcndoi'B lite judgment to hiS Bp'itAltvl itdyiBpi'j m\ peoOuies a J'ttsiOUisti WCru Wo UioUsaiidB ofjilet such buses wb'hftvbhoflobbift ,',... NOwthonUSt hi-, that Jioplilarsovereignty is tho pawl sftfeptttHi of freedom,, ahd the jfranu ftppottfenk of BldveVyV It has' Imiiished. slavery from Muiivcj Now Hampshire, 'Vorinoiiti, Mum- dhfettei RliOdo IgiuiH''wBtiBollttttl, NOW Yor t, New Joftfeyi, iPeitnsylvdiilu, Ohio, Imliuritt, '.lili* note, Michigan, Ms&\ojisih ttiid; Iwty-rfa ftst i*'-i hfc'EciT 1 '*-'--- ' ^ 'jf*-l'.t'*»A T V«.1^« mLV,l L>. 'ni41l .atill l 4i do Will, _,.„ ......„ .-, , • - --„— , -,„-,., to-day, it idavo-hoidilig tsommunity? VBocaUsethe W'ihoipiB bf Uio'.iCiiiiaiSs-ifebliuska LUW was not permitted to \opsffife theiSd, <btlti >\i\si- oycrthl'own Jind trampled UUdbl',fooii by ttiO'lJrtUsU ttpvei'h; numi It is » matter of lustpiricaV, toeoiidt Ubd willhot'bo dbiitod by hiiy ititelligbnt Matt) thai mViSi SVorb fo'ttod tipoii 1 V Srg'Ulia tigrtiiiat hot' will) ^ttayt n*mUiisii 'hcV bWnbst' Msmbbsti'aiibcs,—by tliWpareht gbVoMimbntj ftiid thus ft .Biiiyc-hbMhjg iotefost WnS eybhtU'ttHyjbi^atqd whSbh Q.Vbt imvtcn- fed the antl*lavo»y'feeling aiid the VcsUlt % what m now witafssi' The ikious \©fdinattc* of that the same pvoliibitioubattnlbt be applied by (ibiigress to all the tia'tioirai teffitovibs hot yet W- pniMinto Statfesi' tibbk how «t the'^lfftbtieai bBfeekbf that Ordittahbei ebmpaftsd; with the prih- cljSib 0;f the \NbbVastov\ faaWt Uiidci' the 0bdi- titthee of i7&tv slayiery'ii'as mtymifw ihto'iivdi- »ha atidliijiloislaiid MUh'tiUirfi ioJacYcasi therfefib Btat' etabjc_ rYi -„ , .-. ,. „,, , Kwii gfftdhSUy abated^ attd is fiow bxtijibti fb,be iiiblfe pnTtMlW i In lfftOj.imcc years ihefti^ 'passage oi the Of diiiaiibe of iVSfi thei'e Were ito slaves hi iiidiahiv, then bbhiphsittg what Is'ftbW'Iiicliiatta ttttd iiliivbisi .ita. 180i9 t thb tWhv- feer was 135. In i80d ( ilhiVois W&S set off iiito R•separate ^efr'itoryj.; tti i8i04he httbiber of llaVesiii ihdi'aiVa, tiws eUflaUbd> had lhercascdto $3% w\iUe in liiinbis the ttnmbei? Wasli|j8» tttdi- a\na Was erected ititota State in 1816, andlili'nois th i8l8i By\ that buangei' popidar -sovereignity too,k,the pia'bc of tfeblOrdiiianeo of 178.7* What Sfas the cbiisbquenbe 1 Whyt this.: that the m\hi- ber ofslayesihiindiana, 4years after the«hange, to Wit, in i820i was redbbed to WQr-in 1830- to Si a»id in .1850 ,tb ©i.. And .this also i that the number of slaves in tuinois>. wh'ieh Hi 1820 (two tears after the change) was '9l7y w»a hv 1830« re- duced to 747 i 1 in 1840 to 331, and in 1850 to 0,— Stick-is the bpbratioh of popWla* sbvbuoigb'ty bp- oh tk'b' system of slavery contrasted With, the prohibitory OrdhVancb of l>8i p Popular soye- llin State T*mpor*nce Gohvoutlon as- sembled atSj'rabuscoutlioitd.iiistatit, at\d af- ter the transaction of «omo uniinpbriunt buiihess and considerable debate, passed thb following res- oluiion and aiijoufnod! HbBbivWi»Tliftt Wo adopt ftBoU* own ilib iibim lliobs or the Republican Convention for J bikes of thb Oobrt of Apiieuls and AUoi'miy (Joiieral. Wo make no furtlicr tiomllmtlolrai becailsolBt, This Oonvcntton was bailed foi' tlio Bpeeiltb ym* peso of nomltiiiiliig iliuBo ollkors f abd 2d, That those biileers Wo.WiB Ofity otibHi difeclly boiiiibrltbd with thb buibi'Cembiifc of the i|rouibUory pWiibipibs JND^Bi'i tvMAN's Stiggqstioiis Will bo tiUpwibd tonbxtwebki WoBhaii bo glad to heal* from Hib JJri at ahy ItiiiOi Avtioles -frottt ills lioii oii thb Bubjbbts allviubd to will bo always weteombi the Ddsfe'rt «/* Fiisioiii—fiib font dbaijfli Of: iFiiBiot! is nplmfcliii in tiib tioinilmtlotls. Although two oi*. three eaiulidatbs have bemiiiomimitedt who WbPe foi>moiiy ( sotmoetbd with tlio toemocratio 1*4*1*, but liivvb. hot acted with, it ibr ycai's past, yet tllb fuaioiiiBta wefe bai'ei'iii iiot to allow ovbii oho of those to bo plbbbd Sit a pogltibh wlierb lib BOUhl bxort tiiiy iiiilliclioe Upon tllb ilnaiieial alfah's of. the SliitOi Tlio spoils art) oai'cfully presopved Within the eotitwl of the Whigs and ihoiv tools. The Old Whig politicians aro willing to use the rchegadeB i'roin,tho toemoeraby,. as••\bowers bf wood, and drawerfl^f watei',\ bat thoy aws not bormittod to handle or dictate as to tlio plunder; Thb Whig' ftu&ibh poliliiblaiis liavo taken every ptob'auttoii to So atl'ailgb tlio '\ fusioii)\ as to liOid tiib dispoaitioii of tile ioavbs and Hshes. in their owu hauds exciusiyeij*, and tno rblieii bolitieiatis have arraiigbd the programme aecor* ihgly.-s.JV»i; ihtilgbh OU of ijve v < Fifsl l^ntrfiW—Tliofd Was a gatlverhig iii the town of Pctui, Oliiiton douhty, the otivei 1 day, iot 1 the'purpose of a family visit, of a< family of eight' brotiiors, tlio youtigest of whom is 44 years of agbi Their mimesis. AYRES and tliey Wbrbbrbd ib WcybHilgbi Vt.' .Tkeir mit'tcd ages amount to 408 years, Tlvey ail live within a da^s drive of Feim, the place of their meetihg s nial where they liivvb often bud sitoilab family gatherings, aim where itvc of tllem, in iaeti tsesidbt They arc all living at the present tihve with the> iirsi wives) aud amuiig them they have forty ehil- *, having buried eleven-, Thcif iit. IjUtoriuroi* ' i Biirthi* tfiiurt tHiit ' , j) iMIi'WiniDi^DitlHi y.lt1ii(jlM __ tjl III) tKIll Uii llttiiU dpMUiliHtrllt tin, ifltliidii «t l'ljilllc imjirH, «H timiimrili Mtiiiitay, w Mb** btmmn) im ^|tlfllliil- l |iili|i-fi||lj|]|, 11 ii, Wlvlii DsimiiiJt U in III) tldll Uii lit till ttiili't-llnilBO-lli tllii vlilnKll lit lMji\ ' MftH.iiHtht) ll.lii'lliMtlilltav, A|ttatiiii-,iiiliiififilj|]|. ii,Wlvli ii(!iiWiiUii|,inyii~t)liiii'!o!i(luli)i . . ,, ._ , . . 'Ulmtth-NiiiiMitt-i iwii*miiiuMj'8iiiwi»ii>ii Wi Klnt, fiumiiijiaiii'k tliuiii|liiilil--l , l c.|Tll. W, l.'oiiviiniiii Oiwjii AHllmiliijkliiitln.iiy fMjiii i .|lif l AM.|)lkllbi-iiliWliBilliiii| liMDii* bwHHW, HKbi'jf 0>iMI|lit)ili»nNtiHli, 0iititmit—A. iBiftiiii' . , , , , . ^j'limHii.iU'Kli-Zviiliiiiiiuii o. l'lnll, .iiwijuiiilli v. Ouyinril, |atbi«nub v. »ti liuydtiNt IWHH «• •iJiihltof. • • IWil—WIIUiltM Ui bity, ltloliM.(l.iluJ'«'iictli, (lortrgb fr> .Itoiul- Imllllli . , Wttylbr Fuilii—IWtllL'lilf)iiiW(m, AUioiLNMrfN. .j'CTiii.itt'Uoltst A«ii«blb*>iTim«)Bitlui|itp .litinoD i'. fiwu, liiwiiunV. n> AKhur, RJIH (iv AliiJH, iliWMl) 1). •K|H|WIWHII it iiolt |)i.|in|i~A|iiiiih Avon, . tlllilw—SliftilVut* J'liwiji AlmiHii WWUIK Oiytllo Ki.WtiUil, CUSSIUB i'oiii-l, .lohu it, Moi.-iulilsil, William II. I'haiiiljul'ilh, ' OlmiS|,lni)i—SliiHiftftiWikiittii.ilKi, ilufmnlivti Stiifi'ity, Aln»?.ii w. Rtiini),,iinimfi*B, wiloy, telwlii wiutti, tiluutaH. MBKIW. • l!littl#t|.Kll-MHvtoil Artwiliii, H|l ihtllil llotiKi WlllllltnA, 1'UllW, ilitiiiiid M.jCi-umly. /jtlilmrliill ilii\vo, Milt'Un Allotn.vltlUlk Viito, Ul«'i«iitili Siyqva, ' . MiWM'n-MlWvlil HWiW, iTitliieH filln|«orti Wlitlhm Arm- *U'<imr, Aitol'l. linitlOi AVlltiim•'ftilillliWuh, ,. , -Biimiylttr Wllit^aimrtW Quoilillu, illVtiiiW ijom-yAridllfc)- li. iioMlHii, iiitiiii li, iTunvHi , Bnwiiiue—I'lWf. it, .HteiilitKiitti btatlaWlrgtl, Out. tii IjWi, , ' i„ W, l'llilltCHi Clbrk at Cllnloll Cbi • immes. dren livhig,.,,....... _ the erdef of their age, are Ansoii,Tiliby, iiiram, Eli, Joseph, tfranbis, I'homas J,, Dudley. Wo' believe they Were ail bred mechanics, and, with the exbeptioiibf Hiratttk who owtis aiid carries on a farm iu ttnaWo, and is \veii kiiowb hi our county, tlicy all follow, to sonic extent, 111011\ tKadbs. i Oil the bbbasVpii of .their Visit at ^brti-, they ab tettdedbhurbh with tlibiii faw\ilies tlicy were aiisealted^biig one side of the church, in the or- der of,their ttgbj and .were regarded withfcohsider- ablb atteiitiout—itfafoitt Pailadhmv G V. MIWAUDS is Httfiiii in murlict With a • very largo and well solcutoti stock ef Q<M», suited to the rAIiL ANB> WI1MTI3U THABK. Anions his dry gopiii, may life toUlitl Floiifch McriiioB~a lingo ttisoitmoilti Plaid m. \ ' ' Prlntoil ahll plain Dcialhn, toiPtlib 'AtnUt ulyles; Fl'cncli, lilhgllnh anil AtiieMcan l>Hlit», ilo Kti>ni!li,BiB0tciiainl AI)ie>lcanCiin|j;Hitm« ilo. tRbiLitilrtriiBV'l'ablc Napkins anil Uvblboil-ClotliH Pillow-cancn; Cottbhn, nifeiiclicil ami hrowhi BleuiilicilBlUHihirii anil SliGCtltiiriii liBUims. Blrlptoit ilo anil Tlck«i fcantoU KlanneU, whiife and Rod; t'laniieii!. Caipnl Waip, coiinrii ami whilet Slinctlng aiuieotton Variu. >Vlcklhg, iiatls, WaiUlirtp, (ie. C'ltOCKtUY «t OtJlSSTVAUl] Wf. imiiortmeht l» ho* Completoanil I am able to offer great inducements In either. JUST UECKIVED! AT yvljkibii^i JVoi I BriflRfe *tr«e«, A large ami well «et«ct«llstock of FALL AND WIITER Cmki-oiderlnii Hr«M Ti'tianHiiitn. lllhtioht, *«i. MttiHiiM, 1'tdUt iii), ColrtitHliii Cathtiilmi M, ilvLuiMi Mlmlill tk ;i(iK«.», ./llpancaH, MaiUm- A liMutsomo varlbly of Slrlpednhd i'laiti Hil-fcn* KiiibroHlisH •nil bent aan olfcreil lli P „ , ami look at tlio stock boi'oru piu-cliwilnlr else uiicro. Oooils Willingly slioWn. Uenpnolfully, Wi A. li'ULTiiuil finpttmuerig, 1805. iIttI*OilTA]Sfl , OHANd E OH \J^=* Great Reduction of Fare.. PEOPLE'S LINE! Tim 81'LENMD. STEAMliH FRANCIS SALTUS, Ciipt.lLot CJIi^iriliciiiii, Until fuitlier Notlco will run ns Foilown ig tidllUii Ij«iivii l*ifttt«biii'Bn forr Willi 7 V> M. db- ln , P attsbuCkhi All aro Inylttid to ctill iirlyliitniifiiiortgeMaiiOp What made Cali'foi-nia a\free' State? The pritteijftle of the. Nebraska Law, afes, pobttlir «over«ignty 4 '; .iSo'tlVibg. .(pise) Coivgrcss. had ho hahd iiii the feUsiWcss. CaUfbrnia formed a State Cbiis'titiitiobk stt'bh Us her people approved^ aiid. it prohibited 8lavci$\ ;. A. great fuss Was made by. the \ friemts of ' frebf ^om* asjitej? call themselves; because-1Jtali aiid NeVf Mexico 'oil, being o%ahizbd into Territories in 1850, were authorized to have slavery, or hot, M tliey pleased: But what tort has it d'olie ?— Httw maiiy slaves itfie UieW in cither iMrritbry ? Of ift both of, them together { Probably wot |50; ; »tid tijese Will bb set free a long time sooner than if they had reinaiWed iu the States .'from Which \they caMe. A still greater iiptoar WAS wade becaxise ivan- ««g lifti4'N*b]faska *clrebitted into iWitbribs on tije same basis as Utah aivd New Mexico. Bar^ ifels »f sermons, we have ivodoiibtj have beeii preached agalBst the taeasvire, vmd Its movei? and -ttippottewi nave been denounced., uphill awddowb. fiat'\vte baM has it ^ottb? Does any. body tao$)beiieve that either of those Territories aVetb become slav^boldibg States!? 'Very few Certain^ ly; und the Wittibel' is fast dimili'iShitVgv The oii- iy daiiger of \sUciva i*stilt,b«sbecWoccasio'bed , by iKe Aboliti'oii Eml'graiit Societies ^ whiclii, by 1 p^ttmg'forth \.gr-eat swelling Wowlstt'f vanity^ ls^t)cKl>Ui>a, coiiUt^i* movement in Missouri, of :a i ti'oleiit.aiididfegrace'ful Sbhataeteiv whcl-eas, if ikefy tad beett 'content 'to ttast tbc people, and the free - 'Woirkilolfe'of: tlfe Nebraska taw, the .MissoWiausi '' 'ifb bave WO ^ioubt. would have dbiVeSb tbb. I-ioW- Wet, '''.alt is welltha't'ondsweik''' WsWiay'thei'e- ;fbre«uWiip the acbieVemeiitS of popular sovbr- iMipity, «S embodied in the Nebraska Law> within . -w listiix years, to the MlbWiiig wamiie* Coii8tii«itl<»iial GonveMtloUk VVli'crc'as W aiii wii'^ jiasM liy i!«! iiist i*gisU'tulfc, ItBowh iw tlio » Majtio U»)\ «*)lriviiig 'tiro cilinoha ot their Iftiiten- alilo Mghis, Ih Viulaiiim of .tlio jmol'cii RilavaiiUcca of Hie Con- stitution o.l'llii'sSlalo,anilVhloll oUglltlw lio 1-boeaWu by iiio IVoSit Iicgislatlirti • A ConVcnt'lotti Vrili tiWitoifoM bo iwM at, Sy-raolifi'o OH ill* toli'th'(iota) flayer Ootnbortntxt, at ib o'<jiock, A-. ih, 'roHiro 'liiU-tloiio oi' 'mjbiltihg sUcll. Woasutos as nuy bo h'ocossai'j' to ibrih'g almut.its J'cVoal, anil to mkt»)ldor »l\cli rt'tjhof hiattots as irta.y proporty li'c'lirou'glit Uofril-'o it. tile ?o'ciotlos organizoil xsohnlltM of NoivVoV-k Will KlilgS, avo rcspeotfaliy voqiicjitcil to seh'il jthteo-dpiogalo's foi> fcycry Asscinbly Wstl-lpl iiV salil collntlos, 'aticl liia opponents ii'f ti* \ Waiho TaVf\ l-csMife ,in tlio otllor oollliiios -01' tllii) Sthio, iil« resjwoi'fiilly Hwnvoslfcil to soAli tlio sahio. hurtita* 'fot «acli AsjaliiWy llisiWo't tea\Voot- iWily, id rep'roscnt lliofy in' ilte EiWlvehtoi. A Mass 'Convention Mil also bo lieli at'tlio 'safo'o ptaco .on Olo ll'thany ot OdVflbct ttoxjt, at 11 A. M,, Vjy live qftliOllonts of unjust am! wppvosslvo leglslatibh, anil wo in'viio ail pel-solis wlvo (fogitai .'th-oifcOttstitulibhAi rtgli'ta alW iiie -pttblie ibtct- esls. \t6 at'tcn'il, . . Tlio t'oiWcttiioh ^illibs a<Viir,ossOii liy somcof Iho maoSl do- (luon't anil taloatod spoakors Of this Sta'to. Sigiiuil, kniK cotiN-n'. litown Bligals i'iilffcrent qualities. . cbireb no Btaart's x. a. Pbwilcreil lib Ctusiicll dt); syntps ami Molasses j And a stock of Teas, which have been selected Witligreatcaio anil cannot fail to give Unlvet- sal satlsfaftiibn. Ait the above stock will be solil at a umall iiv- ihg prollt for casli or pfoiluce. 8wM N OTICE is hereby tf iveii to all persons Ihdbbt- ed; to the Utb fli nl of Pisfcfc ti. ANGKI.L iiiat tlicy must settle wltlianil make payment to this Urtitersigtteit, or collection Will be chforceil by law*. • .... .. JOHN ANGELI^ AsslghCCi lAobiers* Oct. S k iteoi !JWl4 NolidliliallCaso, lli^am 1*. Tbayro, WYn. W'yber't, ,Jo)\a&.S!lfJlior,, srosntoii 'c6. Bamoy 13oclio6. v • \>MtAal6 'CO. .JOsiipli.'G'ilniatt. . MViVlfeTOX CO. Jdmi yovnaiii. yAni-B.-cii. Johh 1). Wollcot't. •'bS-o>ii>X'r,A c6. It. W. -C'haiVvi-ick., Slcp'hcli 1). billaye. OXHftX CO. n. v. .Wat, \V. Ui. 'Cjiiapnian. ' ViviWmSOlii :cd. • iSdnta'ManYiftg.'' W.lBiifV co,\ iA\iA fayitfr, . Jdiin®. \V)iit«, Hl'i l>dri:y, •.tolremiaVi. Osborn., IIOCIA.fOU'STV. 'SaViiMe'l Mills, • 1.1:.;U'„ Mbotd, ^ T ^lSon.).^ l^hnr, fclislla K. tlili, fi, WUit'iUiOV, Wiii. Hannah. OTSSGO cd. iRddi ElalrVo, i l>*has. J), l'aVmw. •. , . i-ASVns-fltos cd. SahiViol Axt'oll., ,. jlohla 1'. Wood, ' -' wni. li'ou.id, ' JahVos Hi Stevr'ill. . wAhWix CO, Johh K Slicrtill. t *98V:>c co. Jollh Mcelroy, NfcVf VOY*. tllotaas i. Ba\-av>4, jobn W. Xiiitiieirt, Plimip'O.HaYmdn, KiS'OS co. Tlionvas -4'. ••loYYoliV, J.fiobobck .SiiyfaY. M OT.lCK 't'O CltEDITOUS.—Notice is hereby given accoriling to law, to all persons liiiv- ing claims against MlCiiacl Vllnn, latebf Schuy- ler Falls, Ih the county n! Clinton, deceased, that iliey are retjUiifed to exhibit the satte, With this vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, iho execu- tor, With the will annexed of the sailt ilcCcaseil, at lilt dWeillhg house ih Beckmantown, on or before Ihe 9th tlay of April, tti3i)i batedi dbWher ,6, t855v 6m tlbWAkt) ICELljY, ExeCliiori F. S. !fI,IJNli(> As Co . W'liOI.l'.SAMI AND IIKTAII. DEAl.HHS IN DQ O O \££. fl» , StATIONIRY, CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, uiul Fiitivy iitnoilm, tfiMivi'itlly t tsrmrcr Mvi$rd t $tc Subscriptions received for Harper*' 'Ecleellc,' •kiiifthcl'bockefj' * PtttmtWi'Sj' Gi»itiia«i»Bj» 'Oo- dcy'fs* and • Pettei'soli's' MagUiilnosi fMhk Ijbs- 1UH» OaKctte bf fashions* {ftii 1 Hie lihilUfii) < UoUBUhbld WohUi? «tilltlc'ii UlvVhg Age,' kei nook Blading done to order, bvijobd stylo and warranlcdi SC'liOOl JWQtiS, »/ ail Itlnfo. NRWYOIIK and BOSTON DAiLf and Wiiiiia.t PAi'Khs for sale atiitforWiirdbittoahy part of the eoiiHtyby liiall to rBRuiaritiihscribersi . . 'rliii choicest kinds Of CONFEOTfONEttVi- FttUIT, in its season. Any lirtlctto Hot bii hand ObthittCd at short Ho- ticc. '1'he coimti-y trade aupplleil on reasonable tcrniSi aiar,gal'ot'streets Plattsbiirgb, Nn \. t Jiine 23. PAC E & IS A K N K S , KKESEVlLLH, N, Y. W OVlfcl) respdctfutly ihforW tlio jiitblic tlicy arcUbW bnjb'iiig to buyers tl(6 MST ASmnTUMT Ot Sibil, liliii(!8 nnd Doors ever made ill tills piii't bf the.country, We have tlie greatest aHdhest vdrieit/ of Lftbor-SliVing MachUie?y in Northern New York, iliid as all of cut Work is done Under Stir owh ituintedlate ins'pcetibn, We febl CunMe.ht that tllosbwiib Rive US a CiiU Will nbt go away dissatisfied, cither Willi The Quality ef Work, W the Price\ Work put Up Compactly, ithd carefully iiiiirk- ted to be I'orWlii'ded to hhy part bf tile couiltry, €lKCl7Ii4« OP PBICES sent pusi «»»/)• to ail n.bi)ltoa'nt|9, • P&n ojjiee Addiisin Kriii&Ei T irjji,Jt. r, NIXHMAN i*AcE. 1 », H, hAtttJY:s, tidlitlii Ijeiivo PiatUbtirjrh fo Whitehall, at \\ or on airiviil of the Trains from Moii- , toiiClillig uttiie Inlermu. .. _ , at Wliiteiiaii, ats A.M.i. glvliiKpiimoiiRei'saiiopponiiiiityto brenkruBtanil take, the iii-st morning train for Haruloga, Troy, Ailmhyahd NbW YtiflfjUnd Tor HoKtoii, Lowell, itiid nil iJoUtliciji iihd Eitfiloi'h.Poi'tSi . Hottiriiiiiir, diilritf North t ficaVo wiituhaii for Ptatlsbitrgli ut 7. A. M,>. tottcliing- at llitci-nuitll- iite Ports, artti arrive iit PlattsbiiT'gli at 4 P.. M„ cohhcctiliff With Ti'ftlH» bf PlalUlitti'gh fc Moii- treal Haili-oail for Montreal sahio day, or Og- tksnsblifgh anil alt WisotarH ports tibxt moi'nlng. 117\ This wilt bo foUhtl the iniiekesi,most ooin- foi-tablc anil by far the ClibapbHt route itirnHigli Ijale Ohahiplaiii to aiid from lioston aiid New Vorlti. '' „ 117- PaRseiiL'crs from the soiitli wiltbe siirii and Nor ruacirAsb 'itcicnit'S Sirty fartKaf than White. hall. Passfetijterii arriving in the nveiilng trains riom tho south will remain in Whitehall over night, unit lake the BAi/i-us in the mol'nlin,'. t'lutt.burgh, IJopt, ib, 1805. tm Hint DURNO'8 CATARRH SNUFF. ^AREWlitYY fiMVtefebPEb AND SEN* »Y \J Hail Post Paid, to any address In the United States, OH receipt of thirty -One Cents iu stamps or spcteifti by letter. DctluVeiily the mt»t useful niid ValUabio Mciiiciiio in liic iVwnik the unprecedented bemami for buttard's CA*AII«II tesibpi? is BOW daily sunplicd through the PcstwOmcc, always fresh from the manufactory bf the pro- prietbr, ji DUHNO, No. 83 State street, Albany, N. Y. Single box, !25 cents j including postage for itjOfi) mTltes, vJlfeehtsv In a haniisomc snuff-box, with name anil << Irade »wrfe»» ih fulti Also, Yiirectibns for Use in catarrh bold in ihe head, headache, and deaf ucsi, kc. ty Bewaic 0* eouhtcrfeils 1 this hri'iete is hot left nor Sold on commission anyvvltei-e \ 6ept* S5». 6hi NORTHERN HAIL ROAD, N, t. Villi AviuuKViiicnf, -C'utttJnrnci'ilff frWHiiuAV, Oth Wi, W>T>, O NE PASSENtitilt 'PUAtN DAlLEY EAGlt way uuwu *j.ji,STt Mi, arriving as 4«'af« , .*if'Wtf«rtiia....i..,. i . 'KMtoj.y'6'fiTjak,.,,.,, \ .'i-' . »«% Moxiiio.. I'l . .Ka-nSaS......... \* KcbiasVa.... ISqnaY* jYil'es. ...v....i'SR,'9'80 ....... avw^ilTO: .....v.t'»'5jooJ,. ,..,„,.. turn ..••'... ; 3S5,SS4 ' '•-. * '•'.\ *4^.;,,i.»,,«..».•.v.-«>\»^.»\^'l^'84|'8fS'-'sa.tt.j ,..'.' .Thttr* territot* iiiote. than 2d0,,<)'6'0' sa-uafe - -.ftMUifct*ib'aii'iHl tb'b States. JBast.'of thbMissis- : toii ttiiti^eibet, b**blSil sebftted to frbedbitt by - : ifesAWcb W^1)riftblfelbt|popl*t.spX*^ : \WmkkM^ii tTvbWilmmSPwvisob*vedOiie? :id$-i&ftt$mfa&$&ti i - '\v...-.:: <•••>:' •• ; r.-Wi^bvIiiiiiiS-l'^ ' ' , i **D*».*R;diis the fcfctswcie k#aVb)dablb, tbat lbe« ^ciifymbia ami btbers, who represent the re-. .ft*}: !<* m Mfe«b*lrt tfom^rbWiise, arid the siibsti- ' ftttieift IbeHjfor df tbe iwinciple Of. pbpuiat soYer- ^Tityv «s »yin(b#itf6\isXr1**ttm tetensloft ib'f . „.._.4 W ^;«o«s^Miiwei'. tf .Wh.&t&W*. ''«iBfo^b&fe^fote^6d*wdto*ii. ..;• •• IY^'^ iWaaoW .A-morican. ... 6c«e ti«Vo teii^p**. fi *toito0. A^itrooist) bad IN? ,#iraivce. to iddress a let- '•;$£fcmiitt£& «#« ^ ^®t*^.-^n«. t. \frUk **&)$* acm-vAm to emancipate <obe ikon* •^•lav«,'a*o« Tam>wa«e^th«tth<^ tv.o - letr^i^ b<yhl ^ • IfeinTlwXcwAWWb^andco^ in- hpwy.eAher.piqYeW. ' .....' .*..,••, , lPU ... *' r ti WW.. ^itk 4cn»*«r t Aftert^ootiiit _ JjM%|Hii^l*<]ii0sY^,j«-t^• ?lift ^:t-^'-. ;.->,i ^ u Vo'ii*'W%t : , iiWtV'tfe YiiiiVo SYiy WHO -of fbM doYfllriYiYiicAtion, .SlbYl'titditfndiii.'of.Xlve MYl'leicfi, *s>ydii YnaV ttiitok Wdpoi-. >', ., iTrtilyyOMfs, W». ilATWOOD. 'fei aavdY'tfaoliYoiit. •emsmssssm ltyliVr,jttfpfo. Hon. Jdhii $L tioith of r r %inia>l •' ..-.,-.•.-.-. , .iliciiSrOKi), July Stliv 1855. Me&fs. iiftil, &. BCCI'ISVC «.. waits —'CiYnsitl«W.iib48,»lrii«ty td^thd'ailiioioil WOtod.pron^pt ta to son A .yoti lliis v<olutiiafiy VcsY,iftVOYYial\.to.l.li«'g^aiY-«lilo;dt.'';t'iliW«i's^)o?ii'*!kife l , 'fo>\'tVaHiinOBtin6nYitl)l6''<lls6asc, Saftftita. . Wftli'o'iYtiiwing'Aisposoa it 'dbdHiingi't WdcessaYy t'o feoYrflo the p-avfiBnlSYs-'of 'tVo caso'; I 'can shy tlvat .ilid'asi'AYiisl*ingt«s- illU.thayrttyo oooft pvoihYcoa by tho Vise 'of tha't.YScaiciftO OYi a\ WoWbevii'f Yny, o\vil. family, aiid UYHW my own obmi-vaUoft tod •siippHntyta'ilendo, aftdt tiro sliill of t ud bds't pliysicians niwl bboVi•esli.i'iiirte'ij Aftil^iYl HidYisYlai Ye'iftScl'idsliad failod, tnily j-nstifyiiYoitiYWdOYiYm-cniiiYlgi'tS'iiso to til Yvlio Yiiay be sttllcl-- ifiK'ftobY'tiii't-dit'atTfuimaiad'y. Ido 110'tBMaY!io say i.liatitis adapted.ttt all-doiislitofions, 'oY- thai i't Will -afforci llio siuii'o relief in all esses ; for,, ot 'c'o«fiSd,;I'oaYi ,; kfto\v.A-6llii«g.'aY)0\Yt lliat—lYYYtftOni wliat Uiave sdjai ofillio difodts. 1 WoYild not liesila'tc to tiso it, in any arid ovcrj- 'case 'of £crbi ula Snlli pcrsiiYis for wliorotf'elt aViilite- os't, or - ov«*%hota I.conla 0>*r<;\S0''iiVfln'6nc0'oYcoh'ln)l, , itespodY.Tii\ty yoiirs,, * OSO. », lio'lTS. FRESH GROCERIES. B YtiUNG hisjust received from New York i a feesh assortment of FABIILV CKOCEIIICS, Wlivch lite will sell cheap for cash or ready pay-. All articles Sbld at his establishment warrant- ed'to give satisfaction or the money refunded. ft?* Cash paW for BUttER, ^Q Plattsbnrgh, Sept. ll , 1855. tf SEPTEMBER 1855. 150 (JtiUilCtl Sl\yliiJRLhYGTO<S\ Vf, NEW FALL GOODS, rpHB gUBSeUtBERS AftE. ItECElViNO. i A large stock of staple and ! Fancy I>ltV «SOOI)S, O J9L 3R. I* 33T I INT <3r , riitoi' Oil Clotli, Ciockeij, p A p E h HJiJvGiJsrG a , LOOKING GLASSES AND (iuoniiniis Most of Which was purchased before the late rise ih prices, and will be sbld accordingly.— Remember a « t'chnij mvett i's tllio jioici' crtlwd.\ P. 8. Particular attention giVch to House, fiir- hisiilhg Gbbds, shell as WihdOW Curtains lihdflx- tiirM, Table and Chamber fciheH, NVorsted and Cottoh 'i'abie and Bed Spreads, Damasks, Mo- reens, Blankets, fee.,.fee.. BiirliUztoh, Sept. IS, 1855. ' ° NiCilOfcS A B0YNTON. ORKAT OVRE OF PU.KS. -on Yny s'inderd iUllYiVs fOY j'ovVr 'jliSdoVdry of'AWicAlc'iSid,. Yrhich\ to Wiy tlio least of ft, bas %'ffcd't'dd.'ft *uY'o, 'tnat alVottY'cr WeAid'iivds that t YYaY-'e'tafen nave WtiYoly 'faileil to ilo.. ••'ttop'fiSiYid's tidrnY'a-iY BittdY , 1 ft' ,, b&vc 'citrctt me -Of the MO^.^H^JOITI arul'ar/friii- twlffl^afeeo/'fte HliteS '(Ml jier)ift]>s, tost fellUvte M of tiitm. Myeasd is Yldt * sirk-ngOT. 'to.'tliis 'doYnttinWly, as t ahi Well VYidYVYiiii Wis aYid tlfid stilrtO'OYidin^ 'eoiiYi't'iel;, tod 'Cdri tYulv inM* #agi'0YY.'tlie'3cl)liti l t'. i &«!• A. b.lktiimtlsS Of » fllarriofice. ., ,Ai'Corn**ii,^YYa<*v'!«tte '^ : ^P%r^Sl',^)*»- B**-. ,lt. ^vWaa^i-afe#Wfln»Yn!(*•««, too., •' ''• - : -.- , -*«i*lfc«j«i*i(i!iri-:' : ''' , .\ ! '' fpAltlll SPOTrfeB,'^*'ill*«eoiift'ts' .jhia to ''!>•'»• *v ItoWmMprtoli ««kb«paid l»ln«. ^^^i»*^U»««U fr»*i C«*tt>ib4« RrCH- Xa^i*»tHMllN«MiM '\'i»i*u«wirt»i ; Wwoli Mrthjioaii», isw. tfy^r^!'-' i i l .-n,li','l'&,i J r J ^ !l )L'v.^)>^'^-\'(^-i:.irr)r ittt* ! :-\ ItfkWOH, 'Hm.. , . itliA't' v«7^r«MMlWM»«alll(it y WH Bow- ' v \' |i>> «W^MiM«*WM4e4 tlM lr« pi*. t^>mTmmm*h : «M* <t«.»lia >«tebt *- ^*s«« j- M' W'WWl i AH bra or, IWMW: ISUAiSKi W . SCDDnF.R * CO. ImpoVtteMvM'ahUfivctUrers & JcbfecrsOf GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING! GOODS, Shorts, Coiidra<,DraiSDi:rSy Jtitl 0-U\>es<, Itoiierjj; ii)«Sst»^ 'Robe*; S«S/)<?iirfert,» SfC. 9WS IIROADWAV, NEW-YORK; At,tfcN I). iiitWAW), AI.XAS*OSABifCK. i?tiA > ii'*8SBtrii^ii: At!AliE3WTf» T HE Fall Term of this institution will com- mence oft Wednesday, the 5th day of Septem- ber. ChUsUal fiicilititeSfo* a'cqilirihYl th*s rudiments of ft thorough jyr'aCtrcii! CdU'CiVtiou ih the several departments are again presented to all who may •clvbosc to avail themselves of ihcln. Classes «ill bo formed iii tfvchclv, ih GhemistVy appHecl to MccliataVcs and the M-'ts; and ih Archj^eM.)ival Design With the Use c'f the necessary lSstrbujWits by t>ri. Bodolph JlajCYvsVi, from t'tlris, Practical and Awalytica! chemist. AhYicCemplishCdladyWill liaVc charge of the Femalt; DeJiar'tmcSit, aiid' the same earnest and efectYiai efforts Wilt be giVCh to this Bcpartmeiit Which h»*e heretolfore Ch.ira*tCriiod it. tt is hoped that *H intjehdihg Will join their (classes at Ihe b*gitttiinaolf the term. *. S, Dv TAViiOlB, PrihclpaK •' t Iteiks Wniitcrt., . ' .• fiHh.EE CIJERRS \VANTEb by the Slibscri- L btrs, ohe as Bobk-kee'pfeIi , and tYvo as Sales- men. Nbhe heed apply except those haying some experience ami who can bring undoubted reference as to character. Burliligtbh, Sept. IS*. 1855k . 8 NICHOLS & BGYNTON. Rentier tinid C'teirtr ike ihihgilhai he CazSr'S. 2!j Years Practice, in the BOOT &• SHOE BUSINESS, Combined with capital, has made me able to iletcrmiiie to sill a Bbod article of SHOE WARB cheaper than any oilier libttse ih Northern Ne» York, at Wholesalo and Retail. All kinds of LAbiiSs M'ii ftfiJvrs Roolrs, CrAITEUiS AND SHOE WAKE, made to order and on Uaud, of the iatest styles. Lasts, Bobt Crimps, Sole Leather, aftu ail kinds of Bhoe Findings, oh hahU io sell Cheap for icashv t . . .. .. All that is wanted for family consumption ta- ken in pay for Boots and shoes. ii% .«.. w ,^ Jv 3\ DROWN. GOiNG EAST, IiettVe Ogdcnslitiligli ttl liiSO A •Rouses.*oiat.a,auP.M. .,. '• qCtNG WEST. TiSave itousct PolntJutAliiiO A. M., arriving 1 at OgdeUsburgh, UiStOPiM. . . OONNECTtONSi At RoUses Point, with. t'oitimiK p Caiiadd Raiirbad and Lake Chahiplalh steamers,, for Bos- ton, BtiriingtOii, Tfoy, Albany, NcW r YoiU and Chilinpiarn ti'Bb. LawPoiiee< ltaih'oad for Mon- treal and Quebec. ... At Mober's iTlinctlohs. Willi Montreal &. NcW- Ybfk Ralifoud \ for Mbiitrbal, QlicbnC, Platts- bUraliiBUHihgtbh, Trby, Albany Uhd Neiv,York. \A OgdeitsbUiKb, with the Bytowh& Pii'sCOtt Railway ror tiieCity of Ottawa, and Ontario & St. ljiiwrertcc Steamboat Conniuiiy-'s »tcamei-B for the Sbiitli and West. P&ssehg.ers by Railroad go through to Troy same day j by Lake<Chaniplain steametB arriving early next morning. Through Tickets to be had by citiler ROiito at the pi'ihcipai statiohS. trams stop H<i minulfes at Mftlone for dinner,. GEORGE V. JIOYLEjBllp't, OlnceNi It. R., iUalono, N.. Yi Bejit. '2S), 185Si ~ RE-OPEJVhVG OF TUB CAUMINAWAGA \l, R. 1.855* lk«BtySL%!lHi 1855, ; PlattBburgh & Btoiitreal & Montreal &N1Y1 Tlirec Daily Trains I'ui'li AVay (Sundays excepted) betW'cch PIJATTSBUUGH & AlONtllilSAii On and after Tuesday, Jiiiy 17, iS55 and Uiitli further notice, Trains will run as follows t 1st Train moving North leaves Pliittsbiirgh at 6.15 A. M., or bh arrival of the Lake CiUuhplain Steamers, COhhCc]tihg*at Mooers .lUhctioh With ihe Ogitehsburgh Trains West, arrive at Montreal at iMa A. M. 2d TrainleavCs, Platlsbtirgli at 12-30 P. M., or on arrival of the steamer Francis saitus, from DUrlington connecting at Moobrs Junction with the 'id OgitciiSbUrgh train w-est, anil arrive ih Montreal at 4.30 P. M,, in iihic to spend two hours in Montreal and take the Quebec Boats or the Grand Trunk Railroad for Quebec. 3d Train leaves Platlsburgti at 7.00 P. M., or On arrival of the Steamer Fiancis Saitus I'KOin Burlington, and arrive in Montreal at 9.30 P. M. GOING SOVTII h . i s f raihvhioViiig Soutb,: leave Montreal af6,0O A. M., connecting at Mobers iTuhctlon \vith,Og- densbUrgli trains West, anil arrive iii PlattsbUtgli at 8.30 A. M,, connecting with the Steamer Fran- cis Saitus for Buriihgion, eoniicctihg With Rut- land and Huftihgtoh Railroad ahd Lake Cltath- plaiti Steamers, taking passengers to- lioston and New Ytirfi the same 'dag. 2d Tir'aih leaves Montreal at ;J2,00 M., con- necting at MOoers Junction Willi Hie Og- dehsbhrglt Traihs tb and from the west arrive iii Plattsburcb at 2.31) P. M., Connecting with Steamer Francis Saitus for Burlington, tlicncc to Trey sani.e evening. Passengers for the east liAkti CHAMI'LAIN. 'Clie Ncw - ind8pl^niiitl Steamers qf ih* OHAMl'WlN. 'I'ltANSl'Oll'l'A'I'iON C'OttHAMy-ri«.: AniDilun, I (Jmiaan, <)m. W'mAk ib m«u, I o*rt, Hkt/i It, Fo/jrifit, uniua btnu», , 0A1T, WlMJAM ANilWlSON, W ILL, ONAND'AFTBft MONDAY, MAT 7th, and until further notice, run as fol- lows, to wit , one of the above Boats, GOING SOUTH, Will leave Uouss's Poiiit every morn- ing (Bimduys, excepted) at 8 o'clock, on arilval of Cars oKihainpliiln unil st. Lawrence Hall Road from Montreal, reach Biirlingtnn at l(l[ : A. M., in time for tho Traiii of tha Rutland aiid fliirlliig- toii Rail Bond |{olngSOH.th anil IBait, reaCliinr lli)!iton aiiil New Yorksairio evciilhgi ahd W'hlic- hull at '1 o'clock P. IM,, in tiinn for Car» wlihili reach Troy iliitl Albany at 7 P. Mi, where piis- sftligtirs can take tlio Troy Steamers iiml Huilnon ItlVni' Rait Uoad.f.jr Now-Yorlt, or by eamo Hno passongors Will i'oaoh BciionoCtady iit^ P. Mi, aiid Connect With the. 'l'rain of the Nnw-Yoik (Jc lit hi I Bali Road going West, and arrive at Siispeiislon Bridge Niagara Fulla, unit liuilUlo tiejft hioi'illtig. ' * EVENING BOATS GOING SOUTH, tjcnvo.Rouse's Point cVel'y evening (Stiiiiiays ex- ecptcil) atT* O'clock, oh arrival of lust Train fi'rtln Mohti'eai and Ogdehsblirgli, reach Plktts- biirgli tit »|, Port Kent at \H, BUriingiOn at III O'eHicU P.M., and Whitehall at ti b'ciock next 'morning, where passengers rtay take tlio Cars foi) Troy, Albaiiy„Nuw-Yc!rk t 'and gcllchectnily, il'Cacliihg. Nciv-Yot'k to (iiilc, and Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls and BllilUlo to lea> DAY BOATS GOING NQtll'ii, Leave Whitehall every morning (SlinifayB cx» cojited) iit 111 o'clock, oii arrival of Trains' front 'l'ruy, Albaiiy, ahd Stilietiectatly, arrive al Bur- ' iihgton at'II o'clock P, M,, corine.uliti|r ivltii llio Trains Of Itiitland and Berliilgton Kail Road fi'oiii East artd South. Thcticc directly to Rouses I'bint.wltliOtil landing and arrive at 1\ P. lit,, In time foi' hiisschgRi's to arrive nl Montreal eanio eVcniiig anil OgdciKibiirgli to dine next day. EVENING BOAT GOING NOit'i'H, Leave Whitehall every evening. (Saturdays ex- cepted) at I) o'clock, oh arrival of Train frorn Ti'oy, Albany, and SChoiicctady, arrive at BUN iihgton 5 o'UIOck next morning, mid Via Port ICctit aiid PlattsbUi'gh arrive at Rouse's Point at Hi In tlnie for passengers to arrive at Montreal at.10$ A. M., ttndOgifthsbiUfgii at2 P. M. The above arrangement will connect with alt the Passotiger I'ralns of the Rutland and BUfllhg • ton Rail Road at llUrilhgtbrti ID* Ah arraiigemorit has been biade wiiih Capt. Lor CWA5iiiEn!»AiW of the Steamer FBANOia SAIJTUS, to, leave Plattsblii'gh every morning at 8io'clock, aiid to arrive at Burlington via Port Kcht at I0| o'clock, In liiiiC for passengers to take tlio Line Boats for tbe South and West, ahd Cars of the .Rutland aiiil Burlington Rait ROad Etist and Sbiitb. RISTGRNING, Leave Burlington every after- noon oh the arrival of the Boatb front the South, With Passengers aiid Mails for Port Kent and Pialtsbitrglii BUriingtOH, A'crmont, May 111,, 1855, J Fliic ifcwclfy 1 .. USTrneeiVeil, by Express, a Choice iielsc- tioh ot ELEGANL AND FASHIONABLE JHWELllT, Consisting In part bf Breast Pins, Ear Orna- ments, Vinger Rings, &c. Also, Watches, lock- ets, gold pens,, &C. &c. Particulars iii fuluro advertisements. WM. REED. gton* x o f i c K , ti^BE uvidcrsigned having *n't*red into partneir- 1 ship With WittiAH SWALM, Under the title xtt swnim & Lcctt, ,feol[frg Business at Ntt. 2$8 Washington s\.> *or> of CbaVnbers^l.-, Beg leave to state that, their place of busiivcss being spacious mhd central, ihey are enabled to offer UVtUShal facilities for the storage and sate bf OATS, RTE. BEAXS, PEAS, . Dairo FauiTs, andVfcoi&Yjictegenerally. AndfrosaMr.Swalm's long «xperle«Ce iit and Intimate acquaintance wUh th* ButTisa, CHFKSEV EGGS, and PocLtfcT basinets, th« ««ril«r»ign»d reels Warranted in so- Itcltlng conslf nments of the above nametl «rti- et«« by hi* frieWds \ as*«rinr them that proMpt retarns and strict atteetlon to the interests ef his patrons will at no lime be lost sight bf. •1 »*#''*«rl;i'«fcayMWk ,.\- kl . l.v iw ^ «m ' 4AME8B.LEEK, GULD Tespcctfnlly inform his nnmcrous . We»dsi«»*tosi«rs, and the rwhlfe general- ly, ttrat h* Is Wo* «M*i«g» MW and well *stecV »d-!aw<,tttiie*t<*- -••\.• • Will present an invitation through Mr. Kilchcll to those that have owed .hint a-long time ago, to appear at C. Haisey'soihee, unless they excuse thehYselvcs by paying soon. InsHittnctvCo., of Pliila««li»liia. rf^niS Company has a cash capital of f206iOOO, JL well secured by Bends and Mortgages* and is prepared to ihsUrC property on as .liberal,terms as any other -company. Ah equitable and prompt piiyiiveht in Case Cf loss is iguavah'tecd. For in- surance, apply to ^ HIRAM WALWORTH, Jr., Cwl'O Agent. lodge at RUtlahil. , . 3d Train leaves Montreal at 5.0(1 P.M., arri- ving at Platlsburgh 8 00 connecting- With Lake Champlaih Steamers for SOUTH AND EAST. F. E. PARKER, Stipt. P. & M,, R. It. Ofticc P, & M. R. K., iMaltsburgh, July 17,1855. Music Store-* L. S. KUST H AS a complete assortment of Musical Mer-.. chanilisc, and ail. goods pertaining to his branch of business. A large assortment of Pi'A'N.U FORTES fro'rt trie manufactories of Chlcltering, Wood- ward & Browh, arid Brown & Allei., whose iit- sti'Uhichts are Well kiioWli to be superior to any others manufactured in this country. seraphiiics nn«J MislOdcoitSi matiUfaeltiicd by Prince & Co.. BuHato, and Car - hart& Necdham, N.Y., of all sizes and patterns, aiid every instrument Warranted. POUble Bass Viols, VlblihCeilos, f eiibr Viols, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Clarionets, Saxhorns, Btiglcsj Trombones, AcCordibhs, &c. itaitaii, German and Miiglish^Strings for Viola and Guitars, of the best uUility. Bows, Finger Boards j Tail Pieces ; Pegs antl Bridges.', Tun- ing Forks j Tiiihing Hammers ; Pitch Tubes j Clarionet Reeds ; Metrenomes with .-iiid without bells {' Miisife; Stands • ilolible refined Rosih ; Cases for Flutes ; lllahk Music books and Musio papcrl Instruction Books, and Scales for every Instrument. S II E 13 T MUSIC. More illan 10,000 pieces now on hand, and all new pieces of Music received as soon as.publisii- eil. nice Books and Church Music Books of eve- ry description. Mr. R. Will sell ali articles as low as those of the siihe quality ban lie obtained in any city, and a liberal discount made to Teachers ahd those who buy to sell again. Grateful for the liberal patronage he has thus far received, he will spare no effort to,keep a complete assortmon^bf ail ar- ticles Usually, kepi ih.a Music Store, ihu by con- stant personal ut tent ion to his business, hopes to see In his new and commodious store, all of his old, and many new customers. Burlington, July 12, 18511. Fire Itisii ruiicc Ascncy. NEW YORK; Offiie Afe. Ii H'*aW %'ireel; His a cash capital of $ob0,000 and wilt insure Buildings, Merchandise ahd Personal Property Agaihst loss or damage by tire. This company stands at the bead bf responsible ones, haVihg paid all liabilities to July 1st* 1855. _ For insurance, call on C, HALSEY, Agent, Jttly * Plattsburgh, N. Y FIEE INSURANCE AGENCY. MTii A tm. Co.> HartfoWt.Con., Capital $5«»,O00 HARWORD S«ir'e InS. Go. do ipapital SfltiWW HOME thS. Co., of New York, Capital 500,t»0 These Well knoWh and reputable companies offerto thecomraunlty asafe and reliable pro- tection against loss or damage by Ate. MitiSbUfg* »«b t <Zh. 1S65> tt 4EP^ C* PLAT*> Ag-hti tROVMUMV .\ •'/. Asri> ; ;,, .;• ••••• . wtMi, Mgttber With tWattwkW tl*)at«Unn »f -la^ .»ai«.tr *.i^,.sWk«a hima : fall and..««*«. ' |sprMM le^piii'ing. ^ >^AUki>4i ciirWMe take* i t «x«Wg* - MIMilN^ptt.'YftriM •* WH. w* w* . nv vnvpsempsr ism wee vrie iisi.ait ^_^^^^^l^^^-^,'-^^.^^w^ ^F^nv ln2n£^ j^> H^™R\SHl»SiSxHffl|\j5M^HPKS , UYE STOCK tilStmANCiS. ' PMl*l>h»4ik plifitd* ij«»ht.* iM 'tf. this conipany Insure Hortei, Cattle, Jtc, against Los* hy Death either from natural causes rilseaie or accident. w JAMES FARR, President, .. , .», . C. HALSKY, Secretary. 15. KtiTU, Vice 1 President, «; CrrtA*'*, tr*«sl.r*r. ; Speeds Safety* Comfort^ Economy! Tm?>FARE REDUCEDf-W^l tickets fcijr this Route Cheaper than by airy other Route 'going West f ^6S\Only one change of cars between Niagara Falls sihd Chicago, Baggage checked through to Detroit and Chicago by this ItcUte. iVrtle frMniPiattsbtirgh id Dviroi), 25 /joi(r,<. Thro 1 front. Ptathburgh Id Chicago til 80 htiiirs Kxprwui fctne ir»-o»n Plai.tsljui-gH t o SliM-urn, MtcYiec iVlt Ovcn't 'Wcslttlrii niiil Ullcht^m Cen- tre* ftnlt RtortS, Fnfcmlllg «ttc <i,nicii:C5t ltimtc «»i>ct»y»it.,chienjgo, si.ri«»*irs,«hiei«n, sniwnii- kec hii«nil imtiiis hi th e Great West & South Wtit. By this tine, Passengers, Baggrtgc, Freight and Horses ftto pot separated bctVreotl Plallsburgh and Chicago, as by oilier Routes. Passengers by this route .liAVO a vie* of the wonderful NIAGARA, FALLS, and NliW SUS- PENSION blUb-GEt the greatest wonders of Na- ture ahd Av't,.which they will not have by any ether route. The distance saved stud large avriouht of Air Line, enables the traveller to reiich Chica- go 2'2. hours in advance ef coiupeting It. it, lloutcs, Hnd83 hottrs earlier than via Lake IJrie; at'the sainc time he livoiils frequent Changes, and en- joys the Comfort ef Wide Cars, built with all the InodeYh Improvements. JgSr-The G. W. Railway is thoroughly ballasted, and \fully equal to ihe best English Railways, being hvid With the hea- viest U rail, superior to any used oh this Contin- ent. Passengers should be Sure teproenrc their tick- ets at the BailvOAd Depot, PlattsbhrghvWhcre tlicy are supplied Willi regular Tickets., and avoid the Frequent Changes of Ti«kcts,as by other Routes. H P. DELANY, Agent, Rail Koad Depot, rkttsbut-ghs N. Y. ttattsbUrghtAiig. 18* I855 v B AilNtrAK -OUTDOKE! THE GREATEST WONDEIi ofthc Agtsisn SWARMING BEE HtVB fVithotit a dionc.' This remarkable Curiosity is exhibited gratis daily (Sundays excepted) at No. il tHM«vcli«or«h,» Itloek, College St. N. B. Hours of exhib'itibn from fi A», M. to 3 P. M. We also have a few Dry Goods Which wo «• show Up\ to give variety to the entertainment. We Will hiehtioli a few articles, via : BltOCHA* GASmiElUJ. THIBET, SiLfc, aiid eiUi-'E t.iAYTia, Mantillas and Ttilmae BLACK & FAKCV PLAIN, CHAM.1SLI50N, istftiPii, 1'LAlD, Mvi 'i, Art- *-*?•;*• - '#*&tt-kfc*i - ••••'••; AND COMMISSION MWCnANTS, ^\•••'Hn^mHihuf •• *WA»m&; M7MC8.4T. '• 7 1JT »IVE«JBT»KET, TROT, W. T. , WeertthesatenUwef *s*rmwrf JgjJSJ^sg*!5r^.TL>iT5!^ ^^^,;,_ •fcie* ** mm h urn «««• MtuS mm. * \ siH»i JiiiY.Lii^i m MUMUt nf (MKTMtlta, •:<i>V:tt tUAVis & m\ urn, T HIS old and well known Line (with increas- ed facilities,) Will Continue the forwardine 61 Mtrc)iamlii!c* Proam, <(•<•., ^e.,*nthe rtmrfxw JKtrtr, iCJi4W)Sfai» CftUni; **« CttH-c Cfitt^iiifefft, on M fkvorable terms as any other Line. Ifle* Freight ayply *» L.J. N. STARK, 33 Coentles Slip, New York. TRAVIS Is, Co. 191 River St., Troy. TRAVIS It Co, Whitehall. Mart* i». 18M. «m * BROGADR SIX, BAUAGliS. CHALIdS, DELAINES,. Dli BEGES, GINGHAM, LAWKS and WHITE GOODS. EMBROIDERIES, . . bluiss TRIMMINGS; HoslEiiY, GI.OVES, ie. Ac. Also, a eotaplctc assottmeht of i Honsc-FuriiishiMK Cl«*«li. We shall say wething ef o\if 'prices; but let thent speakfvr iheirtichei, Ahd We r»spt«tfhil,y Invite all to \ Come and See* the wonderful wbr- kihgs cf the mighty Cash Principle)* exempli- notlatthe . ^ ,_. B E E ttl )r E : . More anen, Burlincton, June 21st, 1865. , WINE * AND l.l%V*K8, r >R MedWMl and MecVahieal pirfeMi, of the host qns4l*to», fer sale by B P. aAYLORD, rialrshnrgh, N. B. Town «tn«V'1 Mthorteed A«ent. u ' L«Mtl»«r Ur Slate. I <5* 4, T. W. MOORfikeen eonstwilly on hand A« at their Yart. near tW»oeth Whirl, • noil astortsnent of ellklnOsot Lnmber,,.«Jr\ \^ will reUll M low Mieeatore** or ^Oaeeat T. W. siowetMore, M VlattsWrgh. C ANDLES, B. A S, HMttf n*dN**il AitaMntiM«MVTnt«ewCMrirw,nt rMMt, ipwii S CYTHW, %kWm «WCH-»OWt», nM ail '. th»M>s|fci'i^»ri^¥^ ,... '^r'-^m T - •* v . -; s •MA «•»,!»' mm \M, 'iiQs

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