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t h e l e v a n n a s t e a m F L O U R I N G m i l l c o m p a n y A R E induced, from t h e various reports of /®L * h e ir inability to do j u s t i c e co Custom e rs, to inform their friends and the public generally that they are prepaieu lo do . F L C T J A I N G - j in the best possible m a n n e r , a n d WI,h despatch As t h e mill has now been completed by a me­ chanic of g r e a t e x p e r i e n c e , and will be con ducted by a i VL l l KR o f u n q u e s tionable a b ility & experience, they are confident of g iving entire satisfaction t o all who m a y favor them w i t h custom. They fee 1 confident t h a t those who call to view the e s tablishm e n t will not be disappointed in the nbove s t a t e m e n t . N. B. U n t i l fu r t h e r notice, it is intended to g rind t h r e e days in eiich week for customers —on T u e s d a y , T h u r s d a y and S a t u r d a y . A N D R E tV C O G K , President, J O H N A N S E L L , S e c r e t a r y . Levanna, J a n . 1ft, 1837.—37tf. R E S h T o R A N G R S , L E M O N S , R A I S I N S FIG S , & P R U N E S , may be found at J S. U - A R T L E T T & C o . F O P E R A T I O N S O N T H E T E E T H . H U 5 T X D 6 T ~W M Z E B , P R O F E S S O R OF D E N T A L S U R G E - R V - Most respect­ fully inform« the in- h ibitaiiis ol Auburn and vicinity, that his new and easy method of repairing decayed T e e t h , has received t h e universal ap; rohation irom gentle­ m e n o f t h e highest res-pec'ability. Loss of tee'ii disfigures the face; im p e d e s a r ticuIaPon and mastication; destroys t h e genera) health, rendering the unfortunate sufferer al­ most i leapahle of the ordinary transactions ol life. Millions o f the most beautiful teeth aie an nn .llv si. rificed and irreparably lost for llie w a n t of a n early and judicious operation. T h e r e is not lhe s lightest neces-hy for losing one tooth in athousand. Decayed. B r o k e n .and Misplaced T e e t h , removed with care and perfect safpty. Premium, incorruptible, artificial and natural T e e t h , s u p p lieJ from one to a full set. Special a 'tention given lo the regulation, a nd best method of managing c h ildren’s teeth. (CTOFFICE, No. 10, Exchange Buildings, U p Stairs. A u b u r n , August 16, 1837. N E W S T O R E A N D N D W G O O D S . T H E s u b s c ribers having entered into p a r t ­ nership, for the transaction ofM e r c a n l i l e business, in this village, under t h e firift o f J . R, H O P K I N S & C o . ; would announce that thov a r i now opening opposite Messrs. Ivison & T e r r y ’s bookstore a well selected assortment of D R Y G O O D S A N D D R Y G R O C E R I E S , which they have just laid in for Cash. at very reduced prices, and will dispose o f on term s as favorable'as any other house in th* Country, J. R. H O P K I N S , S A. H O P K I N S . Auburn, Sept. 20th, 1837.— 1 9 tf T O M E R C H A N T S . M U R F E Y & W O O D R U F F are agents for the sale of E Peek & C o .’s s u p e rior w a d ­ dings, whieh they offer for sale bj the bale at the M a n u f a c turer's prices ; also the N e w York Mills Bleach’d aud Biown Sheeting, at the New York prices. Auburn, Sept- 19. 1837. ______ __ Children’s Prim e r s! 4 A L f p H A N T <*. S K I N N E R have just com- X ^ p l e t e d an assorted variety of T O Y B O O K S , \Inch wi;l be furnished to Booksellers, Pedlers and others, at the lowest rates. H II . H . & G . C . S E E L Y E AVE left I h e i r a c c o u n t s a n d n o t e s , with II. C W i t h e r i l l , at Worden & C l a r k ’s Office, ? doors west of the Auburn Bank, where all who are indebted m u s t call and settle or e l s e ---------- A u b u r n , Sept. 20'h, 1837 — 4 w l 9 14tf k t o t i e s , T H E N o tes a n d Accounts due t h e l a t e firm of H Y D E & L A N S I N G , are left lor the -present , at t h e Store lately occupied by said firm, for settlement, where those indebted are requested to call and make i m m e d iate payment. U n l e s s p a id soon, they will be in the hands of the subscribers for collection, as the s ituation of the affairs of said firm renders speedy paym e n t indispensable. R A T H B U N & G O U L D . Dated April 25, 1837.-50 FUESII TEAS. C H E A P Y O U N G H Y ^ O N o f a n excellent quality. A i s o O L D H Y S O N , I M P E R I A L IIY S O N SK I N oml BLA C K T E A S a t May 10,1836. J. S. B A R T L E T T & CO. I J A A C O A T S —F R O C K C O A T S , O V E R C O A T S , C L O A K S , P A N ! 6 V E S T S fee. fee. fee. Tlie above clothing “ is now being m a d e ,” and comprises a greater variety than was ever before offered in A u b u r n . T h e prices, not­ withstanding the high pressure lim e s , are 0 ° Very Low,j~\\ and the public will find i t m u c h o t h e i r advantage to call, exam i n e , and pur- chase of S. C. DUN NING & Co., Tailors and Drapers, No. 4. Exchange Buildings, Auburn. Jan u a r y 25, 1837.—37 ' f l H E Subscribers hereby give notice to their A friends and customers, that they have a arge quantity o f goods on hand, which w e r e damaged by removal at t h e late fire, t h a t they will sell at great bargains ; and perfect Goods, i t reduced p rices. T h e y w o u l d also remind those indebted to ;hem, t h a t they are in want of m o n e y , and all iccounts of ovej six months standing m u s t be settled. S T E E L E & G R O O T . Feb 1 st, 1837.—38 O fcfRM A N S I L V E R . . —T a b l e Spoons, T e a Spoons, Ladles, Forks a n d Butter Knives of G e r m a n Silver, of style and finish w h i c h will compare with silver w a r e , and «aid fo be more durable, and to wear nearly as hnadsome, cos only about one-third as much sicr. Ju s t received, and for sale hy JN O . I I . C H E D E L L & CO. Opposite the Exchange Auburn, March 4. I 8 3 7 . - 4 4 t f DISSOLUTION. T H E c o -partnership heretofore existing b e ­ tw e e n the subscribers, is Inis day dissolv­ ed by m u t u a l consent, and all demands of t h e said firm in the business of Black-milhing and C a r r iage m a k i n g , are in the bands of B r n j a - MIN F. SfESCER, and all dem a n d s in the busi­ ness o f 8 nddleand harness m a k ing, are left in the hands of L y m a n B a l d w i n , who are re ­ spectively au:horized to s e l t l e and collect t h e same. JA M E S C O N G D E N . B E N J A M I N F. S P E N C E R , B a l d w i n . A u b u r n , S e p f . 6,1837. 17 NEW GOODS, CHEAP. T H E subscribers (next door west of the Fri?on shot: siore) are now receiving Iheir fall s u p p ly of D R Y G O O D S & G R O C E R I E S , bought a t th e present reduced prices, which they offer on terms to please all who wish to m a k e a small am o u u t of money buy a great m a n y Goods. Call anil see. s t e e l e & g r o o t . A u b u r n , S e p t . 7. w IN D O W G L l S S and Sash, of all sizes, ° r * \ h EW SON & M I L L I G A N ’S. 3, Exchange Buildings. F KS P RA TE Vest Makers W a n ted— A p p l v immediately at '-o 4, Exchange inklings. S. 0 . DUNNING & CO.', J j i y 12 , T lors aud Drapers. R R M O V A I j . Jas. P . Benedict, W O U L D rtspecilully inform tu t public that he has removed to tlie siorr lately occupied by A. & J . Bostwick. ICFVlI persons indebted l>> him are requested to call and set­ tle immediately. C O -PA RTM LBS S H IP. M o r r i s b a r n e s & j a s . p. b e s e d i c t have entered into co-partnership under the firm of BA RISKS & BENEDICT, and purchased the stock in trade, of Messrs. A. & J , Bostwick. T h e y would respectfully in­ vite their Ii tends and fhe public genorally, to call and exam i n e their exteusive assorimanl of G R O C E R I E S , which they will sell a- ('heap, i f not a little Cheaper , than c»n be pur chased at any other place in the coubty. N O R R I S BARNES, JA S . P. B E N E D I C T . Auburn. July 26. 1837. S 1 T V d T S R X N O S . at the late reduced Prices I v j L J u s t received, by M U R F E Y A W O O D HUFF, a iarge assortm e n t of F r e n e h a n d Eng- J I J S T A D D E D T O T H E C IR C U L A T IN G L IB R A R Y . T ^ T I C K of the woods ; a T a l e of K e n t u c k y L.N by the a u t h o r of Calavar, hie. Snarleyyovv, t h e Dog Fiend by M a r r y a l l . T h e Youthful I n p o s t e r ; by R e v . W , R e y ­ nolds. Falxner ; by t h e author of F r a n k e n s tein, & c , Abe! A l l n u t ; by the au t h o r of Hajrjt Baba, Z o h r a b , &e. Traits and T r i a l s of E a r l y L i f e ; by L . E . L . Godolpbin ; a novel. Wilt W a tch; jy the author of C a v e n d i s h ,#e C a m p e r d o w n : or new s from o u r neighbor­ hood. Mrs. A r m y t a g e : 01 Fem a l e .D o m i n a l ion; by the authoress of Mothers and D a u g h t e r s . Colton’s four years in Great Britain. O u t r e M p r : or a Pilgrimage bey nd t h e sea. C r u i s e of the P o t o m a c ; with appropriate engravings ; by Francis W a r r i n e r . A.M. N o . 9, E x c h a n g e Buildings. IV I S O N & T 2 R R Y . A u b u r n . April J 8 , 1837.-49 Z VERY choice lot o f plain and fig’d Silks; £ \ also some splendid w o r k e d capes and col­ ors, for sale ch e a p , n e x t door east of R. Steel, druggist. E . JE N K I N S . - ■ - —n T-**- ' —' — * Cayuga County r a i H E undersigned continues to offer to his J L friends and the public, a l a r g e nnd gtneral assortm e n t of Goods, at very low prices. A- mong winch a r e : 8 carl£tand Black m e rino Shaw l s ; black, and blue black single and double width Silks.ofall grades and qualities; Gro de Naples, and Gro de R h i n e , Dalian, Sinchew, Lutestiing ; also a v a i i e t y u f col’d silks, from 3 s 6 d . t o 7 s . per yard%setving s i l k , T h i b e r Wool, Prussian and common dress hdkfs., a large asorl- riu lit, and will be sold cheap : sin.de and double width Circassian, tvhitc, green and red flanne,', Thibet G a u z e do., a choice article, w h ite French Quilts, Marseilles do. T o i l e t & Piano covers, linen table cloths, Irish Linen, brown and bleached Cotton Shirtings and sheetings, Fiench, Merrimac. and common calicoes, a large assortment of black, blue, brown, dahlia, claret, steel, and Cadet Mixed B.oad Cloths Great Bargains !! H Y D E W A T R O U S & C O . a t their Old stand are now receiving an e x tensive assortment of G O O D S in t h e i r line, w h i c h will be sold on th e m o s t fn v o r a t i l e te r m s - Ivory, Ibuck, sell tip, horn and bone handle T a b l e and D e s e r t Knives and F o r k s , with C a r v ­ ers to match ; Pen and Pocket K n i v e s , Razors and Scissors, in great v a r i e t y ; Rim and M o r ­ tise Locks o f s u p e r ior quality of their own ma­ n u f a c t u r e ; Butts, Screws, W i n d o w Sptings and Fram e Pullies ; < h is s e llsand G o u g e s , steel and iron Square-, w a r r a n t e d A u g u r s and Bitts nail and shoe H a mm e r s , H a tchets, Carpenters’ L e v ­ els, Bench Planes, and moulding t o o l s ; Mill and Cross C u t Saws, Hand, PanDel, Back, W e b Compass and Buck Saws ; Brats Andirons, S h o ­ ve! and Tongs, T e a T r a y s , plated aod common Snuffers and I rays, brass Candlesticks and Lamps, pllaled and Brittania T a b l e and i ’ea Spoons, Soup Ladles, Brittania Teapots, Coffee Pots, Waffle Irons, and Sad. and 'Pallors’ Irons. H a y Knives, Steelyards, brick and plastering T r o w e l s , Steel T r a p s , patent Couch W r e n c h ­ es C u r r y Coinbs, Horse and Sboe Brushes, H a n d Bells and Sleigh Bells. C u t and w r o u g h t Nails Brads and T a c k s T r a c e , H a l t e r and Log Chains Ames, Shovels and Spades, Scoop Shovels Am . BarJron,assorted sizes, flat, square and round Swedes do do do flat and square English do do d o flat a n d round Russia do do flat Spike and Nail R ods, Braziers R o d s a s s o r ted Hoop and Band Iron * S a n d e r s o n 's ’ e x tr a refined Cast Steel English Blister and G e r m a n Steel American Spring Gfeel A x l e arms a n d Sledge M o u lds Sleigh Shoes and Waggon Boxes. H O L L O W W A R E . Also, a few Stoves, together w i t h Stove pipe, Copper T e a K e tt l e s a n d Boilers. N. B.— FI. W . Si Co. again rem ind those who are indebted to them , and w h o s e accounts and notes have been some time due, that they must be pai! im mediately. T h e y hope this notice will not be disregarded. 39. AUBURN MUSEUM. H E NEW M U S E U M , i n C h e d e l l ’s Building directly opposite tbe W e s tern Exchange Genesee Street, A u b u r n , is now open forthe reception o f visitors. T h e proprietors have i n c u r r e d great expense in procuring rare and interesting specimens with a v iew to m a k i n g the establishment p e r ­ manent, a n d a public ornam e n t to our village ncluded in t h e r e Cuiiosities, is a v e r v ra r e c o l - ection of B I R D S , (about 500 in num b e s , ) which cost over $4,000 T h i s Collection was e x h i b i t e d a t t h e American VTmseum, in New Y o r k , for a f e w days t h e early part ofthis season, and acknow ledged by N a t­ uralists and othergood judges, to entirely su r ­ pass a r y collection ever before exbibit-ed in *h U . States. As t h e y are expecting constant ad ­ ditions to Iheir collection for s o m e m o n t h s to come, they will not at p-esent attem p t to en u m ­ erate. T h e y intend to m a k e the Museum such as shall m e rit a liberal patronage. (Ef*Admission 25 cenls.children h a l f p r i c e . — Doors open ar 7 o ’clock. JO H N H C H E D E L L . ) Propri. _____________ A. Sz J. B Q S T W I f K . \eto is. 5 0 0 0 y i E C S S P a p e r h a n g i n g s , b o r d e r s , s c . iv i s o n & T e r r y , h a v e th i s d a y a d d e d lo t h e i r S t o c k o f B O O K S & S T A T I O N A R Y , a la r g e and well selected assortm e n t of P A P E R H A N G IN G S , F I R E B O A R D P R I N T S , W I N D O W P A P E R S A N D B O R D E R S , of the latest patterns aud o f the most recent importations. O u r prices will make it an object for all who wish to furnish themselves with the above a rticle to call ai No. 9, Exchange Buildings. May 1 1 th. 1836.________________ _____________ NO. 4, E X C H A N G E B U l L D I N G b . S C. DUN M N G , & CO. M E R C H A N T * T A I L O R S ) are now receiving a large and sp l e n d i d a s s o r t m e n t of C I O T H S , C A S S m P S S , . fic V E S T I N G , which Will be m a d e U 1 » to Ol d e r on s h o rt notice, and at prices w h i c h cannot fail to induce cush customers Oct. 12 . 1836 - t f . 1 O O L U M B I A N H A I R C R A E T E i. A N D A J V T I - S C O R B U T I C S P E C I F I C . T I1E p e c u l i a r properties o f t h i s i n v a l u a b l e N E W F A S H I O N A B L E Spring and Summer. Staple and Fancy j D r y Croods! I - p r p m r , n J , , i . rf -*• article werediscovered accidentlly,about P expressly lor this mar ’ • • fire y e a r s ago, by a g e n t l e m a n o f know n and P o l h e m u s & S o n , would inform their ol aci{,now|eged practical and speculative science customers and th e public s e n e r a l l y , that they a n J resp e c t a b i l i t y ; and an enem y to quack- b a v e j u s t returned from the city, and are n o w g j-tg fortnSf j n a case which occurred opening, a splendid and choice assortm e n t of j w ithjn hie oWn faoiify, a young lady was af- koreign and Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry : Qicted w i t h an i n v e t e r a t e Scrofulous ertfption, Goods ! at t h e same old placv, N o . 6 , M e r c h a n ts iinmetUataJy bfeiow lh e h a i r e f the forehead ; AW’u TIT , nnrr r-n-r | having long known the anti-scorbutic prouer- Auburn, May 10th, !837.-o2tf __________ _ jt;_s 0ftr>e Cerate, he directed her to apply it as a remedy. The consequence was an imme- N O V E M B E R 2 8 , 1 8 3 6 . J U S T received, a fresh supply of Badeau’s C e l e b r a t e d Plasters— P r i c e 50 c e n t s . A . G R I D L E Y . To Call a t N o . 7 , T H E subcriber is now offering atbis S t o r e , ( NocflfcariL. - - - j T MARBLE L w i C T O R Y . T . W H I T I N G has on ■ hand, at his shops on North =ireel (opposite the New Market, and the Methodist C h u r c h , ) a very extensive lot o f for T O M B S T O N E S . M O N U M E N T S . T J - aud Cassimers, plaid, rihb’d and fancy col’d Do. B L E S , $c. 8 fC. of Superior quality, which will Particular attention will be paid to the pur- ; be sold at! as cheap a r a t e as can be west o f \ Ibany. A u b u r n , A u g u s t 2 4 , 1 8 3 6 . chase of cloths, so as to sell them unusually C H E A P . Sum m e r good? o f all k inds, G R O C E R I E S . - Young and old I-Ivson, Souchong, & Im p e r ia I E A S Muscovado, Porto Rico, St. C r o i x , w h i t Ha vanna, Lump and L o a f S u gars, Pepper, spice . ,T v i Ginger, snnff, tobacco, box and keg Raisins, W ! ?^ Vie ? ?! ’ bought C/ F I R E IN S U R A N C E . W M. FOSG A J’Eis A g e n t for t h e ‘ N o r t h A m e r i c a n F i r e I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n y , ’ i.-h M e r inos. N'ur. 24. A y \ W y y \ S e m i n a r y . T I T H E undersigned T r u s t e e s of this Insti- ■ tution, give notice Ib h t i b e second te: m will com m e n c e on M o n d a y , fhe 14 h day of August inst., und e r the charge of Mr. & Mrs. H O S M E R , assisted by competent Instructors. T h e course of Instruction is designed lo em ­ brace all the branches o f a complete system of (enrmie e d u c a tion. T h e terms are the same as io s im ilar I ist if ti t ions in this part of the State L a r g e addilionsand repairs have been made to the Buildings. Every attention will be paid tothe health and comfort of the pupils, ami no pains will be spared to make this Institution in every respect w o r t h y of public pationage. S h e r m a n B e a d s i . » . y , i Trus - ) A b i j a h F i t c h , T . J M c M a s t e r , ( tees. > T . Y. How, Jr. H k n r y I v i s o n , Jr. A u b u r n , August 1 , 1837. 12 POWDER- s o Kegs course aud fine PovVder, for sale for cash- Aug. 30, 1837. C A R H A R T & NYE. 16w3 D R . S . 3 S J O S H B R , ha-* removed to A u b u r n , w h e r e he r e s p e c t l u l l y tendershi* professional services. ILFOffice on Genesee street, opposite the W e s tern Exchange, over Amos T . C a r p e n t e r s H a t Stor#. A u b u r n , J u n e 28. 1837-—*71f A F T E R A L L , T H A T issu'd against quack nostrum s , there is such a thing, as a g o o d thing, now and then. T h e subscriber lias suocetded in his ef­ fort*, to relieve those afflicted with Rheumatism, beyond his most sanguine expectations. H u n ­ dreds in this piace and vicinity, can attest to the efficacy of hi* remedy, and among the num ­ ber, is the venerable D r . Colp.< who after suf­ fering severely fur m o n t h s , was speedily re­ lieved by t b e use of oBe box—and in justice & gratitude, nas s e n t me t h e following by the hand of a friend. A. G R I D L E Y . TO T H E P U B L IC . After a constant practice o f medicine during the hist forty-four years, I freely declare thai I h a v e . n e v e r found a remedy for Rheumatism th a t I consider equal to A. G r i d l e y ’s R h e u - m a l i c - .O i n t ^ e c L Persons afflicted w i t h R h e u ­ m a tism , w i l l do weII to g ive it a trial. . - ... JO S E P H C O L E . A u b u r n , ^Ma.y 27,1837— 3 T h e above kep't constantly for sale [a t re tail onlyl a t ’the .medical Laboratory o f A. Gri.i- ley fcC o - opposite the Post-Office, Anburn. Price 25 Gents, pet box. India curran'.s Shad and Mackerel. N A I L S & C O M M O N H A R D W A R E . It is intended to keep the stock full by fre­ quent arrivals, und lo sell a t a p r ice to su it p u r ­ chasers. C a s h is t h e motto, and if a credit is given, il will he s h o r t and a t C a s h Prices. Pay­ ment will be e x p e c ted on llie 1 st days of March m d Septem b e r , Call at Hie next door to R. Steel’s, toward- llie Cayuga county Bank, and you wili find the Cheap Store of E . J E N K I N S . Auburn, J u n e 14, 1837.-5 ( ^ P L O U G H S ! ^ £ 0 O P the BEST PA I'TER.NS, lor sale at the L o w p s i Prices,at the a few rods South of the PRISO N . A u b u r n . April 26. 1837.— 4 9 t f ________________________‘ M i l l , Cross-Cut, Tenon, C i r c u l a r . Panel & other S A W S , an extensive and will attend to business at his Office, No. 9, Exchange Build- A u b u r n , F e ’ 4—39lf. subscribers will pay t h e higo e s t p r i c e nel, full <loths peaches, ann 7 T R H E 4 JL for buitter, cheese, lard, flannel, full c socks, stockings, dried apples, plutnbs. C O O L E Y & R A T H B U N . S e p t . 2 7 . 1 8 3 6 . r T W E N T Y F I R S T R A T E T A I L O R ESSES w a n ted, to whom constant employ m e n f w i l l be given bv S. C. D U N N I N G $ C o . Tailors Drapprg. No. E4xcliange B u i l d i n g s A u b u r n . Aug. 24. 1836. for sale at H E W S O N 3 assortment, & M I L L I G A N ’S. Exchange Buildings. E M P O R IU M O F F A S H IO N . S C H A N C K «fc R O B I N S O N , D R A P E R S & T A I L O R S , Genesee-street, A u b u r u , N . Y . , w o u l d respectfully a n ­ nounce to their friends and the public, that they continue the above mentioned establish­ m e n t on t h e most m o d e rate and approved plau, containing an entirely new, superior, and most eleguntassoi tment of the very best and choicest Goods, corresponding at all times w i t h t h e s e a ­ sons, and consisting o f the very F I N E S T CLOTHS, Camlots, Vestings, Pantaloon stuffs, o f eve'ry description, Stocks, Shirts, Shirt Bosoms, Col- • a is , Hatidkeichiefs, G l o v e s and Hose, and in t h e greatest variety, exhibiting at the same time t h e most fashionable colors and patterns. Schanek Si Robinson, beg leave to add, that they fit and m a k e to order, according: to the very latest fashions of the day, every descrip­ tion of clothing, and at the shortest notice.— T h e i r friends a n d the pu'dic are therefore re ­ spectfully solicited lo continue t h e i r kind aad liberal patronage tow a r d them. N. B. C u t ti n g d o n e atall times, on t h e s h o r t - est notice, and in t h e best m a n n e r . Sehanek & Robinson are Agents for T i m ’s P. W i l l i a m s & Co’s Tailors Magazine, and Q u a i t e r l y R e v iew o f Fashions. _______________ L,iOi\S STONE WAKE. A large assortm e n t oi StoneW a r e of a superior quality. A l s o Ju s t received, Albany and T r o y N A I L , a very superiot article- and F l F i ' F BOXES C y l e n d e r , G a ­ len and L a k e G l a s s , a t N o . 6 M e rchants R o w . H . P O L H E M U b & SO N . A u b u r n , May 17, 1837. PLOUGHS, of the different approved p a t ­ terns, for sale at H E W S O N k M I L L I G A N ’S. 3, Exchange Buildings. M E RINO S H A W L S , S C A R L E T . Black and W h i t e M e r ino Shawls v t r y cheap. Aug. 30, 1837. C A R H A R T & NYE. 16w 3 c c r c r o c k e r y . ^ r i i A L A R G E Assortment o f C r o c k e r y and Glass W a r e . f o r s a l e by H . P O L H E M U S & SO N , at .No. 6 , M e rchants Row. N\. B. A f e w Setts o f s p l e n d i d C h i n a , j u s t o« pened. Auburn, M a y 10, 1837, S O M E T H I N G N E W F O R T H E L A D I E S ! ! E LEG d i N T G r o de Noble Silk**, C h a l l y ’s, printed harcenetls Sz French P r i n t s 7 , 8-4. French Cashmere shawls from $25 to $35 each, rich French w o r k , embroidered beltings, silk hosiery, thread laces, &c. Just received at M U R F E Y <& W O O D R U F F ’S Faney S t o r e . May 3, 1837, 51 s C Y T H E S , for sale at H E W S O N & M I L L I G A N ’S. 3 Exchange Buildings. B A T H L S G T U B S , m a d e and sold at H E W S O N S l M I L L I G A N ’S. N o . 3 . E x c h a n g e Buildings. DRY g o o d s , CHEAP ! N O R M A N B E N N E T T , has just received a new and fine assortment of Prints, French, English, and American : also a fine a-sortmenl of light, figur’d, and plain silks ; -also, P 'ajd , R i u b ’d, and striped Cassimeres. A few pi ces of fine Brus*els, and Venetian Carpetings,— Brussels Ruggs, &c. &c. ; which he wil) sell at five per c e n t advance from cost iu New-Jfork, at No. 8 , E x c h a n g e Buildings. ^uhuro, .Inly 26, 1^37. 11 # a E 'Tf ) E x c h a n g e Buildings, a large assortment of Ladies’ Miss’s^ am i (Jhildicn’s S l i p s , with different varieties of thick w o r k , such as Gentlemen’s F i n e Calf B o o t s , S h o e s & Pumps, m e n ’s, b o y ’s and chil­ d r e n ’s thick boots, shoes, and brogans, of his own m a n u facture, at U N U S U A L L Y LO W P R I C E S ; T h e qual’ty and w o r k m a n s h ip of which, in ev­ ery r e s p e c t he w a r r a n t s equal to those of any Snop in the V illage o f A u b u r n . Call and see if it is not bettor to s a v e tw o or three shillings w h e n i t can be done as well as not. 0 =‘T h e public may be assured that ’he a- bove shoes are n o t m a d e i n any State Prison, or Penitentiary, b u t by honest industrious j o u r n e y ­ m e n , all o f w h i c h are w a r r a n t e d bv ISH A M . A u b u r n . Ju l y 19, 1837. 10 F o r e i g n i m p o r t a t i o n - p e r . sh i p Shakspeare, from L i v e i p o o l , 41 packages E A R T H E N W A R E and C H I N A , lor A b b o lt k Fosgate. T h e subscribers are now receiving and open­ ing t h e above invoice of Consisting o f a full assortm e n t , which they will «ell in lots to s u it purchaser®, low for cash. July 17,1837. A B B O T T & F O S G A T E . S T O V E S . H E W S O N & M I L L I G A N , No.S E x c h a n g e Buildings,are now receiving a new s u p p ly of all the various patterns, and intend to keep the most complete assortm e n t possifde o f t h e article; and having in connection with theii other business a suitable manufactory, ihey are enabled to make the pipe and other trimmings, for any kind o f stoves, and put t h e m up i f r e ­ quired, to the entire satisfaction o f t h e purchas- e r . ___________ _______________ ____________ A U B U R N and C a jU g a County Bank Bills will be received, and half per cent premi. am allowed on all old debts , and also, owe per cent on Goods sold at No. 4, Exchange Build, ings, w h e r e a splendid assortment of goods, has j u s t been purchased al the present e x lra- ordinary low prices- C/olhs, Cassimers, and Vestings, in great variety. Also, ready-made clothing, Cheap for Bank notes. QU’Call soon, or vou will lose the chance. S. C . D U N N I N G & Co,Tailors & Drapers. N. B. No Specie received, unless by partic­ ular request. A u b u r n , May 17, 1837. 1 B E C K W I T H ’S A N T I - D Y S P S P T I C p i l l s . U N D O U B T E D L Y them o s t useful aDcl p o p u ­ lar medicine ol the present day, in relieving almost every variety ol functional di-orde.r of the Stomach, Bowel#, L i v e r , and Spleen : such as H e a r t 1 urn, Acid Eructations, Nausea, Huadach. Pain and Dister sion ol the stomach and Bowels, incipient Diarrhoea. Cholic, J a u n ­ dice, Flatulence, habitual Costiveness, Los. ol A p p e tite, Sick Ueadaon, Sea -ic-kness, &c. Si c T h e y are a safe ana comfortable A p e r i ­ ent for Females during pregnancy and subse­ quent confinement relieving sickness at the stomach, headach, heartburn and many o f t h e incidental nervous a f f e c t i o n s . L i t e r a r y men, StU -ii tits, and n)<'8t other persi ns ol sedentary habits, find them very convenient. Tli03r who indulge too freely in the pleasuiesot the Table find s p e e d y relief from llie sense of oppres­ sion ami diMeritio-i which loilow, by taking the Pills. As a dinner P ill th e y are i n v a l u ­ able. Those w h o are d r i n k i n g mineral w a ­ ters, particularly those from southern cli- ma es and ague and fever dis ricts, will find them a vlauable adjunct.— T u o ^ e who are expo:-ed to the vicissitudes o f w e a t h e r , on voyages or journeys, can take them at all times w ith perb ct safety. In full doses they arc a highly efficacious and safe Anti billious Medicine. T h e y seldom or never produce sickness a t the stomach or griping. Being a \itrely vegetable composition, they may be taken under any circumstances of e x ­ posure, with the most perfect s a fety. T h e pills are handsomely p u t up in tin box­ es, each containing forty, w ith printed direc tions and certificates, price 50 cts. per box, and may be had ofthe following agents : R I C H A R D S T E E L , sole agent, A u b u r n . H E N R Y D. T U R N E R , principal agent, 180 B r o a d w a y , N e w - Y o r k . And lor sale by most of th e respectable Druggists in this City, and in the United tates. T e r m s libera' to agents and those w h o buv to sell again— lGm 8 . T I I E following Testimonials of the claims of these P i l l s to public patronage, have heen selected fiom many of s im ilar import, recently furnished. From the R t. Rev. Levi S . Ives, D . D ., Bishop e f N o rth Carolina. “ R a le ig h .M a r c h 2 , 18.55. “ Having for Hie last three years, been in ­ timately acr.quainted with Dr. John Beck w i t h , o f this city, and enjoyed his professional services, I take pleasure in s t a t i n g th a t his character ao a Christian gentleman, and ex ­ perienced Physician, entitles his testimony, in regard lo the u?e of his Anti-dyspeptic Pill, tothe entire confidence of the public. My expeiience of the good effects o f these Pills, for tw o years past, satisfies me of their em i ­ nent value, particularly in aiding in impaired digestion, and warding off billious attacks. H a v ing been fo r a lung t i m e subject t o the an­ nual recurrence of such al tacks, I was inthe habi* o f re®oiliug for security against them, w ith very partial success, to a liberal u s e o f Calomel or Blue Pill. B u t since my ac­ quaintance with the Anti-dyspeptic Pill o f D r B e c k w ith, which he prescribed in lhe first iu- stance himself. I have not been under the ne­ cessity of usiDg M e r c u ry in any form, besides being wholly exem p t from billious attacks. Several members of my family are experi­ encing the same beneficial effects. “ L . S . IV E S . ” From the R e v . F. L. Haicks, D. D . ‘ ‘ New- York, February 3d, 1836. ‘*1 have no knowledge, derived from expe­ rience, o f the efficacy o f Dr. B e c k w i t h ’s Pills ; b u t 1 know lh a t several of my | ersunal friends in North Carolina, whom I left some years ago suffering severely under Dyspepsia, w e re in good health w h e n I saw them , on a visit made a few months since, and all ascribed their recovery to the use of B e c k w it h ’s Pills, “ I k n o w lhat the certificates obtained by the Doctor in North Carolina, a re from gentle­ men of the h ighest respectablity .and several of them stated to me verbally tbat w h ich is con­ tained in their published certificates. I have them o s t entire confidence in them. 1 also know Dr. B e c k w it h , and have known him from my boyhood ; and 1 cheerful­ ly state, with Bishop Iv e s , ‘ that his charac­ ter as a Christian gentleman and experienced Physician, entitles his testimony, in regard to the u«e of his Anti-dyspeptic Pills, to the en lire confidence of the public.’ •‘ F . L. H A W K S . ” diate and radical c u r e ; and at t h e s a m e t i m e on the diseased part, sprung a band o f pecu­ liarly rich, glossy hair, about three-fourths of on inch in w i d t h , ex t e n d i n g the fore -hair aow n t h e forehead th a t distance ; and o f a dolorseveralshades d a r k e r than the other hair cf the head, w h i c h remains to this hour. S u r ­ prised n t the result, th e discoverer projected a theory for effects, and has since that time constantly kept the Cerate on hand, aud dis­ pensed i t to such of his friends and acquaint­ ances, as his hypothesis led him to consider proper subjects for experim e n t . T h e result has been beneficial in e v e ry instance; and in m a n y cases s uch wonderful effects as have decidec him in the belief t h a t he has discovered its a r c a n u m ; that it is a specific, in scrofulous diseases o f t h e head ; th a t it positively does improve, perpetuate and leslore th e grow t h o f t h e hair, w h e n it is falling, from disease or debility of the capillary vessels—and that it is therefore too valuable to be withheld from the public- And it is confidently be. lieved, t h a t i f i t has a fair trial, according to the directions, t h e public will notbe d i s a p p o i n t ­ ed— b u t that its intrinsic m e rit will establish for it, a lasting reputation, far s u p e r ior to t h e multifarious inert ‘Oils’ and hair restoratives of the age. T h e C e r a te is 3 ut u p in t h r e e ounce bottles, w ilh am p .e directions, is well perfum e d , and for’curling and glossing the hair, it is super­ ior to t h e c e lebrated Macassar. No danger n e e d b e apprehended from its use. Mr. H o l d e n — D e a r Sir r— | cannot retrain from expres-ing my gratitude to you in offerin'*- your Hair C e r a te, as an experim e n t apon tw o of my children, who have been for six months •ast b a d ly afflicted w i t h Scrofula in t h e i r heads. One bottle has m a d e a com p lete ccrrd^ a n d a fine dow n y grow th of hair is appearing. W M . F R O S T . Boston, May 8 th, 1836. D e a r S i r : — I have used y o u r H a i r Cerate, and have found it to answer roy fullest anti­ cipations. I can cheerfully recom m e n d it to all afflict­ ed w i t h the falliug off o f the hair. WM. A U S T I N , M. D. Mr. Holden— S i r : — H a v ing tried forthelast three years all t h e m o s t popular H a i r O i l s a n d Cerates, and my Physicians’ Prescriptions, for restoring the hair on my head, to no effect, I was advised by a friend to m a k e a trial ofyour C e r a te ; I did so, and t w o bottles had the d e ­ sired effect. I have recommended the Cerate to several of my friends all of whom have ae- knowieged a great benefit. R. M. B O U T O N , N e w Y o r k . K F F o r Sale hy t h e proprietors, Holden & Vincent, Diugnists, Oswego, and by t h e i r a- gent, T. M. H U N T , A u b u r n . Feb. 22, 1837.-41 t l|N H E Subscriber is determined neither to JL prepare, nor v e n d for o thers any nostrum , until perfeeth satisfied o f its genera! efficacy in com p laints for which it is recom m e n d e d .— He ofiV-rs the following to the com m u n i ty, in full confidence of t h e i r utilitv. A. G R I D L E Y . A u b u r n , Jau u a r y 18, 1857. e 6 ge O D O N T A L G I A Specific T o o t h - A c h e Drops. T h e s e drops stand unpaialleld as a rem e d y ; they will sub­ due th e pain, and even kill the nerve by a c o n ­ tin u a l a p p l i c a t i o n — prii-e 37£ cents. B A D E A V ’ S Celebrated Strengthening Plaster. P R E P A R E D for P a i n s or W e a k n e s s in the Breast, Side, Back or Lim b s . Also for Gout, R h e u m a tism , L i v e r Com p laint, and Dyspepsia • and for Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, difficulty of breathing, oppression of t h e s lomach, &c., they will give im mediate and soothing velief; and for pleasantness, safety, ease, and certainty, a*re decidedly s u p e rior to most othei remedies. Such persons whose business or avocations require that t h e y should s tand o r s i t m u c n , or those of sedentary habits g e n e r a l l y , w h o may be troubled with pains in the side or breas1, a r e advised to try one of these beauliful plasters, as tbev &re essentially different from al! o thers,and free from those objectii ns whieh are so reasonably made against plasters generally. Perhaps there is no medical observation better established, none more generally confirmed by t h e experience of physicians ofall-ages and all countries, thaD the fact that m a n y o f t h e most difficult and incura- ble Consumptions, originate in neglected Colds In a climate so variable as ours, w h e r e the chan­ ges of the w e a t h e r are frequently sudden and unexpected, it requires more care and attention to guard against this dangerous e n e my ol hum a n life,than most persons* are able and willing to be stow. T h e bills of mortality exhibit \he-aiarming and melancholy fact, that t h e num b e r of d eaths by consumption, are as five to one. Inasmuch, then, as this fatal disease in increasing and spreading so widely— a n d fearfully bidding de- fiance often to the combined skill of the most eminent physicians, it is a gratification to the s u b s c riber to b** e n a b led toofferto all o f c o n ­ sumptive habits, or those afflicted with distress­ ing pains in the side or breast, or any affection of the breast and lungs, a reasonable and almost certain p r o s p e c t o f r e l i e f b y u s i n g h i s “ Celebrated Strengthening Plasters . ” lie lias bad the plea­ sure ol disposing o f them daily for a num b e r of years in this eity, and of the many thousands who have used, them , has not heard one solitary com p l a i n t — on the contrary, so num e rous are the cures they have effected, so abundaut are the most positive and conclusive proofs o f their efficacy that he is daily ■ e e ti.'ing, so ardent, so sincere, so grateful is (lie language of those who have used them , that he is induced to offer them as d e c i d e d l y s u p e r i o r to an y th i n g of th e k i n d , and is perfectly willing to incur the risk ol hav­ ing t h e term® egotistical &<-. .and others similar T R Y A N D S E E ' S E A R L ’ S V E G E T A B L E ■ O I L L I O U S F I L L S are nature’afripn I - O promoting health and stren*-th and ing disease. T h e y a r e recommended’ to t h o ^ T he as being a l i tt l e superior to any other r o m e d icine in use. In aDy case or comnla.m fu y will n o t b e f o u n d inferior l o t h e very best I many complaints they are far before a l l U \ And here let us observe t h a t it can be noadv t a g e t o u s t o r e c o m m e n d t h e m h i g h e r th a n tb\' deserve,since their Success is left to der en,u y *irely upon a trial of Iheit virtues. toalijiuJ 1 have a lready t r i e d them and proved the correr? ness of the above statements, a n d to other- would say “ t r y t h e m . \ After trying V f j . portions, any one who is not satisfied with t hf }1 is e x p e c ted to return the remainder, andpayonlv for those used, WeaKe willing they should sus- tain for themselves tbe h igh reputation they have already a c q u ir e d , or sink into merited oblivion T h e a mount ol suffering which they might and which they would r e lieve,w e r e t h e i r virtues only know n , can hardly be estimated. In how manv cases might a long and severe fit of sickness b prevented by t h e u s e of a portion or two of th Pills? And how m a n y are day after day. and week after w e e k suffering pasns and aches which these Pills n evei fail to r e li e v e , such asarise from dyspepsia , indigestion , coslwmess. piles, diarrhoea and dysentury, sick headach, diszin-ss. neivous disorders, palpitation, javndiee, or liver complain t disorders of the skin, such as biles, blotches salt', rheum, netih rash, prickly heal, kc. faintnecs a Inestomach. sour stomach, restlessness, sense o fful- nessand oppression after eating, as i f bloated, and sometimesaninclination toraise targe quantitieso w ind fro m the stomach, loss of appetite, a cravino appetite, ice. $ c. B u t it is not necessary to enu­ m e r a t e all the diseases in which these Pills arc useful,as there are no diseases to which the hu­ man frame is subject in winch they do not tend ta prom o te the health and strength and comfort o the p atient. They are particularly useful in alt female disorders; and in all eases of weakness or debility. T h e y are also of essential benefit in al t gravelly complaints. •Their efficacy as a physic is b y no means their only recommendation; fhey are also a tonic __ Instead o f p roducing lasting wcakne.-soi cfol-ili ty, t h e y i n v i g o r a t e ahd strengthen the whole system. 1 here is no danger ol becoming so ac­ custom e d 'to thei’r use t h a t One cannot do with­ o u t t h e m , fo r t h e longer one has been in the habit o f lalcing them , the less does it r e q u ir e to produce the desired effect'. This is an important recom m e n d a tion, and one which should not be overlooked. T h e y contain no mineral substance w h a tever, and no vegetable substance that can be any way i n j u r i o u s to t h e system. T h e y min­ gle in w i l h the- food, assist tbe d i g e s t i o n , and promote a regular and healthy action of the bowel's, Each box contains 60 — P rice 50 cents. S E A I t J L ’ S C Q I S i \ P L A S T E R . All those who try it, will find i m m e d iate re­ lief aud an effectual Cure-. go man}’ a re fog cases w h e r e it has been tried, and without u single failure, t h a t it is now esfa'h|iVhr(j t tbe possibility of a doubt, as a certain eitrt h takes out ail soreness and pain ilium diali J'. Price 25 cents. S E A R L ’S TOOTH Af’HE I')ROI\< 'I'hesc Drops will nev er fail io c u i e a m ca-. where the pain is occasioned t<\ I lie d e c ay o! the tooth aud consequent ex, usuie ot he i.frve. __ Ih e y have the effect nol onlv to,r» inoi <* j r* s e n - pain, but also to deaden t h e m rves-o e fleet on llv as to render itincapable ol feeling. P r i e e 2 6 c t s Searl’s Catarrh or Headache Snuff.- A speedy relief for c a tarrh, lelhai l l iy, ncrvou- heai!ueh\s liflallied eyes, kc.. Severe headac-lx - .-omnion y yield t o a s im p le pinch of ; t. Price 2 j cents applied to him, for the pleasure ol know i n g , t h at ( t J = * T h e a b o v e M e d i c i n e for s a l e liy T by inventing and disseminating as widely as | (VI. H U N T , D r u g g i s t , A u b m n . possible his Celebrated Plaster, lie has not livc-d ! ------- —--------------------—— --------------------------- _____ D R . B A S S i f i T T s S H E P A T I C E L I X I R * ADR the speedy aud effectual c u r e o J l u d i estion or Dyspepsia, L i v e r Complaint?, T h e celebrated Egyptian C O R N & W A R T i P l a s t e r ; I t c o m p l e t e l y d i s s o l v e s a n d extracts' l h e C o r n o r W a r t , w i t h o u t c a u s i n g t h e l e a s t pain. Price 37^ cenls. A m o s t k n p o r t a n t a n d i n v a l u a b l e d i s c o v e r y T R A N S R P A R E N T C E M E N T . This Cem e n t is w a r r a n t e d tom e n d effectually, all articles of Glass Ware,^ W i n d o w glass. C h i ­ na, Earl h en w a r e , poli-hed steel, &c. wi thout t e cemen being in the least degree visible.— Price 25 cents per bottle. in vain. T h e y have been used t h r o u g h o u t the United States fur llie l a s l t e n years, and have e- very where given general satisfaction— up lias j also l h e satisfaction of k n o w ing that they meet with the a p p r o b a t i o n of o u i mo:-t eminent ph> - , sicians, and are patronized ( xlPiirively by the j j a u n d i c e , Itliumathni, Flatulence, I.Indie, and medical profession generally, aud piobatdy t h e n , H a b it u a l Gostivenes*. is not an intelligent physician in the world, that , 'I his in v aluable M e d icine isp r e p a i e d fn*(n would hesitate to sanction them with hi- name i t h e receipt ol an em i n e n t Physician, who h«s- and influence, w h e n m a d e acquainted with ilieii i mod it foi many y e a r s w i l h worideriui su<cess composition. 1 for llie above c o m p l a i n t s — l i k e v isc f n Wmin-,- T h e lad ies are respect! ully info i m c d , t h a t I hr v . s u d d e n Cold**, and violent paius rn j be .ktoin- are prepared with reference also to a n u m b e r ol ! ach and bowels— a l w a y s giving im mediate i r . delicate complaints G A R G L I N G O I L FO R H O R S E S . T h e P r o p r i e t o r of this invaluable medicine, in offering it to t h e public, recommends it with unhesitating confidence in the speedy cure of al the following diseases: Sprains, stiffness of the joints, all fresh w o u n d s , old sores,gall­ ed backs.cracked heels, blood and bone Spav­ ins, winrjgalls, Strains and callouses, foundered feet, mange, thrush, swellings, &c. &c. also, for the horndistem p e r in cattle; it has been very justly called a com p lete Panacea for t h e horse ; put up in l a r g e bottles; price $ 1 . T Y R I A N D Y E , F O R C O L O R IN G T H E H A I R . W a r r a n ted lo change light, gray, and red H a i r , t o a permanent and beautiful B l a c k or Brown, as the person may desire, withont in­ juring the hair in the least degree, but leaves it with its original lu s t r e ; price $ t . D r . Dennison’s Celebrated Eye-YYaler; lt is only necessary to m a k e a single trial of this Eye- water, to be convinced of its superiority over the celebrated Ih o m p s o n ’s eye w a t e r ; price 25 cents. Anti- Syphilitic Lozenges. A safe and certain cure for syphilis or v e ­ nereal, with am p l e directinns for use ; togeth­ er w ith a synopsis of symptoms, t r e a t m e n t &c. of t h e disease in all i t s varieties. Price $ 5 . Rheumatic Pills. M e r c h a n t ’s Celebrated vegetable R h e u m a t i c Pills and L i n e m e n t . tor R h e u m a t i s m , Gout, Cramps, Sprains, Bruises, and all complaints of a similar nature Price 50 cenls e a c h . In all cases of Rheum a tism these pills will be found on t r i a l to be the best medicine ever invented. T h e receipt was obtained by an A- merican physician of the highest respectability, of t h e celebrated French Physician M. Dalin- e u x , President ofthe H o s p i t a l e d e D i e u at Par* is, in whose hands it had met w ith universal success. Dr. Crawford’s Vegetable Pills, For complaints of the stomach and bowels. F o r m a n y years this celebrated physician used these pills w i t h singular success in his very extensive piactice. Previous to bis decease, his receipt for them was given to a friend, who, in order to have so i n v a l u a b l e a medicine p r e ­ served to posterity, tra.nm it t e d it <o t h e present proprietor, who feels a confidence in recom­ mending them to t h e Public as a safe remedy for indigestion, jaundice, billions cholic, sour stomach,lowness o f t h e spirits, and palpitation o f the heart, &c. Each box contains thirty five p i l l s ; price 3 7 i eenls. Preston Salts. T h e very best “S m e l l i n g B o t t l e ” in the world, For t h e L a d i e s , it is also valuable as a restorative in case o f faintness, for head ache, &c. Price 25 cents. peculiar to l h e sex, that th e y are sp r e a d in a soil ntific m a n n e r , on the most beautiful soft, and pliable l a m b - s k i n , will r.ot soil or slain th e v hitest linen,and m a y be w o r n by t h e m o s t delicate persons, in all situ a ­ tions, w i t h ease a n d comfort, for one m o n t h . — C e r t i f i c a t e s h a v e b e c a m e s o c o m m o n , a n d a r e so often m e r e forgeries, that t h e y are oir.itUd e n ­ tirely in this notice. T h e gre a t celebrity these plasters have o b t a i n ­ ed, may possibly cause some person, alike des­ titu t e of principle and k n o w l e d g e , to offei s p u r ­ ious ones f o r s a l e . I l-ei tfore to guard against imposition, printed directions signed thus, ‘‘N. W . B a i j E a U , ” iu i t y own baud w r i t i n g , [and to counterfeit w h i c h will be punished as forge ry,] will be placed on the back of each plaster. Pei sons a b o u t purchasing will be particular to ask for ‘‘‘Badeau’s Strengthening Flasl.r,” uiul see th a t t h e y get the directions th u s signed, w i t h o u t w h i c h none can possibly be g e n u i n e — and i f a l a n v lime th<-y may be imposrtl upon, are requested to i n f o r m me o f the n a m e fe resi­ dence of the unprincipled offender. T h e y are put up in boxes of one and t w o dozen each, with large and attractive sh o w b i l l s , will keep w i t h ­ out injury in any climate, and will t-c forwardpd pro m p t l y as p e r ord e i . D r u g g i s t s . Dealers, & C o u n t r y M e r c h a n t s , are informed, that t h e y are advertised extensively th r o u g h o u t the U n i ­ ted Slates,and consequently are generally k n o w n — t h a t t h e y will find them a very saleable a r ­ ticle, at all times, and in all plaors— and that such a discount w i l l be m a d e , as will render it an object for them to become purchasers. Mer- e h a n t s a n d T r a d e r s going east, west, north, and m o r e p a r t i c u l a r l y south, will find a small sum laid o u t on th e m , a safe and profitable invest­ m e n t , and one th a t would m a k e a quick r e t u r n . T h e terms are invariably. C A S H . G e n t l e men w i s h i n g further information, will co m m u n i c a t e with me by l e t t e r or otherwise. In conclusion, I h a v e only to add, lh a t they a r e entirely free from e v e r y species o f q u a c k e r y , a n d think th e n u m e r o u s cures th e y h a v e effected, are w o r t h a million of theories, and i n v i t e the clo­ sest investigation o f t h e intelligent, scientific, or sceptical. T h e y m a v j t e had at the principal stores t h r o u g h o u t th e U n i t e d S t a t e s and C a n a ­ das, a n d a r e sold ai wholesale & retail by the subscriber, w h o is t h e inventor and sole p r o p r i ­ etor, at the B o w e r y M l d i c i j x k S t o k e , 260 B o w e r y , N e w - Y o r x . N. W . B A D E A U . IIIFFOR 3ALE at t h e Medical L a b o r a t o r y of A. G i u d l e v & Co., o p p o site t h e Post-Office, A u ­ bu r n , Sole A g e n t s fo r th e County o f Cayuga. iff. It is of e minent service to pers< ns ot filD ions habits, in small doses frequently repealed. It cleanses the stomach and bowels, quicken? the circulation, warm* the habit, and if con­ tinued is capable of remov ing very'' obstinate obstruction®. In consequence of the frcque-nl calls from almost e v e r y quarter, for llie Iifpetic Llixir aud its h a v ing been completely effectu il it re ­ storing him from a long standing dy«;-epsi» which baffled the skill o f t h e first physicians, and the (fleets of a variety oi patent medicines, the Proprietor o f t h i s Elixir, has been inJuce.l to put it up m bottles with HinpledirectioLg for its use. This E l i x ir is composed w h o l l y of vegefa ble substances— is safe in its operation for the m o d delicate persons or children. Hundreds o f recom m e n d a tions could be given if nec­ essary— but reliance is p laced upon its ow n vir tue fo r a reputation. T H E Subscriber would respectfully inform the inhabitants of A u b u r n ,’and t h e public generally, that she continues the above busi­ ness at her Old ‘'hop, on N o r th-street, w h e r e all kinds of gentlem e n s ’ and B O Y S ? C L O T H I N G will be C u t and M a d e on the most reason­ able terms, a n d a t short notice. M. B. C A P R O N . A u b u r n , Septem b e r 13, 1837. J 8 tf F O R F A R M E R S <- 5 G A R D E N E R S F E S S E N D E N ’S New American G a r d e n e r ; Containing practical dir< c tions, on t h e cul­ ture of fruits, and vegetables, fee. C h a p t a l ’g Agricultural C h y m islry, a new work. T h e Complete F a r m e r ; c o n t a i n i n g a com p e n ­ dious epitome of lije most im p o rtant branches of a g r iculture and rural econom y ; by t h e au ­ thor o f t h e American Gardener. T h e Farm e r s ' Guide ; T h e H o rticultural Register, A c . fee. fee. F o r Sale by IVISON & T E R R Y . '7ho Ate also agents for ihe “ Genesee Farm e r . ” __________ No. 9 , Exchange Buildings. 1 ^ A®®*® N AILS, for sale, by i W H E W S O N A. M I L L I G A N . No. 3, E x c h a n g e Buildings. German Asthmatic Pills. O r , pulm o n a r y restorative. A Safe & pop- ______ _ ular remedy, in Asthma or Phthisic, Coughs, j been published, as will be seen bv reference I ’a mu 1 ol«rrh knttf in» a f Ol/v ».1 I * I » T . —_ * n to the A u b u r n J o u r n a l and C a y u g a P a t Colds. C a t a r r h , PpittSng of Blood, lnci lient Pulm o n a r y Consumption, Nervous Affections, Dyspcp®ia,'Dysentery, fee. W a rranted to give immediate relief in all eases of Asthma or Thlhisic. Price 50 cents. T J ’The above articles are prepared and sold wholesale and retail by Geo. W. M e r e h a n t . apothecary and chemist, L o c k p o r t, N. Y. Also, for sale by special appointm e n t , at the medical Laboratory of A. G R I D L E Y & CO., opposite the Post-Office.Genesee s t r e e t , A u b u r n . — 3 6 v t . Im p QYiani to t\\o itSWc-to A. G R I D L E Y ’S S A L T P H E U M O I I ^ T M E J N T T . P E R S O N S afflicted w i t h Salt R h e u m , Scald H e a d , R i n g - w o r m s , S c r o f u l a , E x t e n s i v e old Sores o f long s tanding, Pim p les or blotches on the face, will find thi* ointm e n t in alm o s t every case a safe and fin a l cure. Its effect is to ptoduce a tem p o r a r y irritation t h e r e b y ex­ citing a new *“1 healthy action, which, not only renders if effectual, but aliogether more safe than t h e usual cooling remedies in general use; as such rem e d i e s » n o t only fail of pro­ ducing efinal cure, but frequently drive the disease to the lungs or other internal arts, endangering life. Several cures of a most e x ­ traordinary character have beeD effected by the use of it, in this village and vicinity dur ing the last few months, some of w h ieh have P IL E O I N T M E N T , or B o n u m Ungentum. This medicine w ill effect a eure within ubout one week and often sooner i f properly applied. Ii first originated from G e r m a n y , from thence to America. So v a l u a b l e s thing should not be hid from the world or lost iu ob^ scurity. This medicine consists of o intment am! pow­ ders. I wish to lessen t h e bulk of human misery I therefore as a philanthropist, feel it my duty to my suffering fellow-cltizens, tc publish it more extensively in this country. Directions for using are given on- the boxes A u b u r n . Feb. ! Q t h , l 8 3 5 . J O H N SECO C M B . r or sale at T. M.SkiangjAtflflpkstore. Auburn r i o t , of J u n e and Ju l y . T h e m o n e y will bo refunded in all cases of tailure in the cu t e o f t h e three firsi above namsd diseases. (CF’K e p t constantly tor sale at the JMedict* L a b o r a t o r y o f A. G r i d l e y & C o . opposite th; Post-Office, A u b u r n — and r-y most of lh D r u g g i s t ? in the C o u n t r y — Ajco. by Riohad Steel. Abbott & Fosgate and T . M. H u n t D r u g ­ gists, A u b u rn. Prijje 50 cents p e r bottie— p re pared only by tbe s u b scriber, sole proprietor A. G R I D L E Y . A u b u r n ‘ Jtaly 2 l s t 1836. C ANINE MADNESS or Hydrophobia, a safean d i n f a l l i b l e c u r e for t h i s a l a n n i n 0, and d r e a d f u l d i s e a s e , i s now offered t o t h e pub* lie. r D i r e c t i o n s for using w i l l be g i v e n on the boxes. T h i s m e d i c i n e m a y b e o b t a i n e d a t T . M S k i n n e r ’s B o o k s t o r e , A u b u r n . - ^ ____________________ J O H N S E C O M B . A S U P E R I O R quality of Y o u n g H y s o n , for four shillings th e pound, a t t h e C a y u g a County C h e a p Store. B . JENKINS. B o s ton,O c t. 25, 185'. S i r :— In the fa'l of the year 1833, I had an attack of the dyspepsia w h i c h lasted me nearly tw o years. D u r i n g ibis t i m e i su fieri d much from mental depression, constant pf in in tlie head and breast and sides, sharp shooting pains o v e r ii'most t h e whole s y s tem : tbe food that I ate seemed to pass into my lungs and there rtm n i n , giving me great pain, uttei dtd with a strong degree of h e a t . A t times 1 suf­ fered so much from t h e pain o f indigestion as to b e confined t o t h e bed for two or three days D u r ing one of these most severe attacks, 1 wa 3 induced by the advice o f a friend to try your vegetable medicine. In the course of a few ( weeks I found m y s e l f much better, and by the time I had taken two botlles considered myself wholly free Tom the complaint. i continue 011 the least feeling o f any t h ing like indige*>-tit 4 J or pressure on t h e stomach, to take about a tu- ble-spoonful of it which in the course oi a few hours completely restores me. It has had a wonderful effect in strengthening the stomach and invigorating ihe whole system, and judging by my own ease, I consider it in all disease connected w ith the digestive organs to be a very valuable medicine. R I C H A R D M. B O U T O N . Boston, Nov. 6 th, 1835. D e a r S i r :—I have for three years past, kep constantly in my house, Dr. Basseii’s Elixir, and used it as a family medicine for all complaints and I really believe it has saved my family much severe sickness. IS A A C 4DAMS. W a t e r t o w n , Mass. Ju l y , 1836. Mr. Holden— S i r :— I have used y o u r medi­ cine for Dyspepsia and Billious c o mplaints with the mpst satisfactory results. F o r Cholics,and Fever and Ague, I think an it i n v a l u a b l e medi­ cine. B E N J A M I N D A N A . ICTFor&tle by the Proprietors, Holden & Vincent, Druggists. Oswego, and by their agent, T . M. H U N T . A u b u r n . Feb. 22 . 1 8 3 7 - 4 2 __________________________ T O D R U G G I S T S $ A P O T H E C A R I E S . F O S G A T I ?jjs J J E D I C I K E S i , viz A N O D Y N E C O R D I A L , asafe a n d e f fectual c u r e foi Summer Complaint such as D iarrhoea. C h o l e r a M o rbu*, fee. A l s LIQ U ID O P O D E L D O C . for th e relief and c u r e of Bt uises. Sprain R h e u m a t i s m s , and B u r n s And W O R M P O W D E R S , the m o s t c e r t a i n m e d i c i n e for th e dish tqm« 1 of worm s , nfesting t h e d i g e s t i v e organs o chi dren and a d u l t s . T h e above a r t i c l e s m a y b e hm ’ o- t h e P r o p r i e t o r , at A u b u r n , and also f< r sal< by H a y d o o k , C l a y & C o . w h o l e s a l e D e a l e r s iu D r u g a t No. 127, W a t e r - s t r e e t , New York. M e r c h a n t s w i s h i n g to purebast these a r t i c l e on com m i s s ion, as h e r e t o f o r e , wil) receive im m e d i a t e a t t e n t i o n , b v addressing th e i r order to * B. F O S G A T E . A u b u r n , Cayuga co. N .Y - A u g v i t . If 35 — 1 F O R S O R E E Y E S . P E R S O N S afflicted with inflamed or sore E y e s , are informed .hat a supply of John- soD’sceleb r a l e d Golden E y e Salve, prepared by L. B. Swan. R o c h e s t e r , is just received and for s a le by the subscriber. This E y e Salve is taking th e place o f E y e W a t e r iu Englrud and A m e r i c a , w h e r e v e r i t has become known, and there is no doubt of its being decidedly superior to l h e m o s t approved E y e Water.-*- Satisfactory references will be given of cures in this village, during t h e last four weeks. (CTPrice 25 cents p e r box. A. G R I D L E Y & Co, opposite the Postoffie* 4tf A u b u r n , August - 1 5 , 1S26.

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