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Commercial Adv. of Tuesday. r .R*OT OFF THE O B , - a w a r e . a r r i v e d a t th e re s i d e n c e o f Sam«Ts«rartwout, E s q . c o l l e c t o r o f i h ,8 an intelligence of the a t half past one o’clock, this m o r n ing At _P „r..;upfl at the residence o f j sq port, Susquehanna!,, f P P h i l dalpWa to L i v e r p o o l, w h ich ^ Z Saturday afternoon, T h e went.tos • ^ a s they have reached Pk-rtWfc/ars contained in a n extra from the m r r o f the United States G a z e t t e , issued I t evening, which will be f o u n d b e l o w Immediately on the receipt o f the extra, ordinary intelligence, the collector sent off a special m e s s e n g e r t o t h e com m a n d e r o the revenue cutter, now in port, with di* rections to prepare f o r sea without d e l - y ; and also a c o m m u n i c a t i o n to C o m m o d o r e Rifbeley, and the com m a n d e r at the N a ­ vy Yard, requesting him to put on bon-d the cutter an additional armament, and men, and also suggestin g to the co m m o ­ dore to send off* the squadron now m the harbor. . A few minutes after 2 o ’clock, Captain gtrinffhum, the com m a n d e r o f the yard, received the collector’s com m u n ication, with which ha waited on C o m . R i d g e l e y , and we learn that before 3 o'clock the P o r ­ poise was under w a y for a c r u ize. About day light a fog cam e on, whieh continued very thick until l l o’clock this morning, and we fear she has made little progress. The probability is that steam b o a ts will be employed to go out, witharij other vessels 'hat the com m o d o r e may j u d g e it ex p e d i ­ ent to send. T h i s has been suggested by die collector. _______________ b’ARTnww C o s r u m t T i o x . — 3 ir.ee the ab.ove was in t y p e , we have received the following slip Irom the office o f the D e l a - wore G a z e t t e , dated Wiim ngton, October 23d, which appears to fully confirm all the preceding statem e n t s given concerning ihe capture o f the Susquehannah. <£ Au express arrived in this c ity to-day, about 10 o ’clock from L e w e s , D e l a w a r e , where it left yesterday ev e n i n g at 7 , bring- ing information o f the capture o f the packet ship Susquehannah, bound from Philadelphia to L i v e r p o o l, on Saturday, by •,\ piratical schooner, within 3 0 m il e s of the mouth o f t h e D e laware Cape.” The Suiqueharm a h left Philadelphia en Thursday l i s t , and N e w Castle on Friday mirninz, and could not h tve been m o r e than a few miles from the land, and even within sight o f the people o f L e w e s , T h e information is positive, as appears from a letter from M r . R o d n e y the agent for th -3 underwriters, at L e w e s , a c c o m ­ panied hy t h 1 notarial seal o f Mr. Burton o f t h e same place. It is one o f the most audacious acts of piracy which we reco l ­ lect to have heard ol, W e are informed by a pilot who arrived last evening, that this suspicious vessel was s e e n off the C a p e s on Friday, and was followed by a pilot boat, on board of which he was, for s -veral miles in expectation that she might ne -d a pilot, but she prov­ ed to be so fast a s u l e r that they could not overtake her. Captain Dunrdmy, who resides at port I’enn pier says lhat on 1 Intraday evening i.i»t, a suspicious l o o k i n g vessel a n c h o r e d about two miles below his house and r e ­ in lined there until T h u r s d <y afternoon. During the time, they sent a boat ashore, on the D e l a w a r e side. It is s u p p o s e d that the pirafo had been living in wait for th • Chandler Price bound to Canton, from which they would have obtained a pn*r.. Fiom the United Ftates Gazette. A force o f o fficers and men, by direction nf Commodore S t e w m t , proceeded down th** Delaware last night, about ten o ’clock, on b >ard the rleam b o a t P i o n e e r , to em ­ bark on board ihe revenue cutter Gallatin, now lying at W ilmington, w hich vessel is ordered to sad im m e d iately in pursuit o f the piratical s c h o o n e r . From the Buffalo Comma d a l Advertiser. A T T E M P T E D M A I L R O B B E R Y ! Jilt empt ed M a i l Robbery .— W e under­ hand th «t attempts were made last niirht tn rob the Telegraph and Pilot m a ils, b e ­ tween this city and W iiliamsviile. A trunk belonging to a pas-engcr iu the T e l e g r a p h going ea-t, and one trunk and two news- p ■ pel* sacks on the Pilot com ing in, was all the booty the rogues obtained. T h e letter mail we believe, is in all ca s e s c a r ­ ried either under the driver’s seat or in the body o f the coach. Since the above was in type the m issing newspaper sacks have been brought to the Post Office. T h e y were found with the trunks about six miles from the city, in a lot adjoining tho road. M a n y o f the p mkages were thoroughly saturated with water. T h e trunk on the T e l e g r a p h had noth­ ing in it but clothing : in that on the P i ­ lot were $ 200,000 in blank notes o f a tow institution in R i c h m o n d , G e a u g a co . fHiio. Nothing but these notes were taken from the trunk. From the Newark Daily Adoertiser. VISIT OF MR,. W E B S T E R . We have barely time to-day to s a y that Mr. Webster, reached town this morning, nd was most enthusiastically greeted by a large body o f our citizens. H e w a s ivaited upon at his lodgings in N e w - Y o r k early in the m o r n ing by a com m ittee from this city, consisting o f M e ssrs. G e n . An* dross, W m . Pennington, J . P . J a c k s o n , A. W. K inney, and E . Van Antwerp, and ar- hved here about 10 o’clock. T h e H o n . Caleb C u s h ing, m e m b e r o f C o n g r e s s from Massachusetts, t h e H o n . Mr. Buckingham recently a member of the British Parlia- Messrs. K i n g of the N e w York A- merican, Stone, o f l h e Com m e r c ial, and other gentlemen o f N e w York, were o f the party. The reception w a s cordial and enthusi­ astic— and s u c h as is every w h e r e due f I* 1 uom a tree\ p e o p le to a great and dis­ tinguished public benefactor— the s p o n t a ­ neous hom a g e o f grateful hearts. On reaching the Park H o u s e , Mr. W e b s t e r was handsom e ly received by H i s H o n o r Ike Mayor, ( M r . F r e l i n g h u y s e n , ) w h o e x ­ pressed in a few brief and most touching sentences the public feeling towards the distinguished g u e s t for his long and nble services in public life. Mr. W e b s t e r ’s re­ sponse was ev e r y tiling that might be e x ­ pected; pertinent,com p r e h e n s ive in s c o p e , powerful in reasoning, and pure, plain, & eloquent in its style. W e have uo time u*day to rehearse it. He rap;dly review e d the history o f the experiments, which have prostrated the £°U'itry, exposed to the thousands nssem- lpd about the door from which he snoka. I • ’ . ingmg with breathless attention upon his 'PS the great inducing cau s e s o f the uni- vorjal embarrassment?, with so much J- carnesg that no sane mind, how e v e r 'ffittbfe, could fail to understand, and Pointed out the only remedy which the \isdotn o f men could device wiih a force argument and illustration w h i c h must have carried conviction to the audience. He spoke upwards of half an hour. When the applause which this truly able and eloquent speech called forth had sub­ sided, a loud call was made for Mr. Cushing, whn ad cessed ihe assembly with great animation and eloquence upon the characteristic sayings and doings of the late session of Congress. M r. C. heart­ ily congratulated our political friends upon the triumphant resillt of otfr election, and the remark that its tintefy annunciation at Washington had a a evident influence in kiliing “ the b ill ol abominations” known as the divorce bilk Mr. Cushiug was constantly interrupted by the applause of the audience, and retired amidst a chorus of cheers that made the welkin ring. The party subsequently made an e-Jt^ cursion in carriages through the city, and then partook of a generous collation hast­ ily prepared, but handsomely sefved, by Mr. Blake, at the Park House. Early in the afternoon Mr. Webster took leave ol our city, and returned to New York, hav­ ing corroborated by his presence the un- mixed respect which his public services have every where inspired. timony adduced clearly warranted his commitment. The further examination of Thomas Bennet, Peter Fluelt, and John Fagan, arrested upon the same charge, was post­ poned un’til Wednesday nex . The facts adduced are perfectly astound­ ing. A more remarkable train of circum­ stances— so harmoniously linked together, and so rapidly brought to light— were per­ haps never before presented .— Rochester Democrat of Saturday. m a r r i e d \ Last evening, in this village bv the ReV. S. S. Parr, Mr. A. D. M c M A S T E R , to Miss M A R Y daughter of Mr. S. R.-Os* born, all of thiis village. [T h e Printers w e r e most abundantly rernem. beretl.} A U B U R N F E M A L E S E M IN A R Y . T H E next term o f this I n s t i t u ti o n , will c o m ­ mence on T u e s d a y , the 7th of November, instant. A u b u r n , 1st Nov. 1837. 25 C ] l D R . S . I t t O S H E R , has removed to Auburn, where he respectfully tenders his professional services. QIj3’Office on G e n e s e e street, opposite the Western Exchange, over Amos T. Carpenter s H a t S t o r e . A u b u r n , J u n e 28. 1837.—7lf L O T H S , C A S S I M E R E S and S A T T I - netts. Avery large stock of the above named articles of t arious qualities, color, and fenlarkubly low prices, to suit the times, ut No. 10, Exchange Buildings. Auburn Oct, 10', 1837. ____ F IR S T R A T E Vest Makers Wanted.— Apply immediately at .No. 4, Exchange uildiugs; s. C. DUNNING & Ca,- Juiy 12 , 1837. _______ T lors and Drapers'. ■ J V T E K . I N O S , al t h e l a t e r^ W d P ^ T s lV X Just received, by MtJRFEY % WOOD RUFF , a large assortment of Frenehand Eng- ish M e r inos. N o v , 24. Parasols and Umbrellas. A splendid assortm e n t d f all the new styles, ,/jk Just r e c e i v e d by M ayliS. I M U R F E Y WOOPkUF. AUCTION GOODS. C I R C A S S I A N S , S iy o u r L a s t 31 a ils. T H E P IR A C Y — F U R F H E R N E W S . O f f i c e o f t h e D a i l y F o c u s , I Phiia. Oct. 27, 1 o’.clock A. M. j Quite an Excitement .— Our community have been on the tip-toe of expectation these tew days past. Yesterday afternoon, at 4 : o’clock, the minds and expectation ofi the citizens were greatly excited by the report that an examination of two persons, reported to be concerned, was to take place at the Mayor’s office. The room was accordingly crowded with anxious citizen?, at an eaily hour, and from what followed, it appeared that the report was notwi tbout foundation. The District Attorney, John M. Read, Esq. opened the matter by stating that in­ formation was received of a sufficiently strong and positive kind, to warrant the arrest of two individuals then in the of­ fice, v iz: Capt. Blankman and son, who had.accordingly been arrested. He pro­ ceeded to state that sufficient evidence had been elicited, to know Captain Blank* man had fiited out, or been connecle ^ with tbe fitting out, at tiie port of Phila- delphia, about three weeks since, a vessel of suspicious character, and that he was known to have been seen with a man of extremely suspicious character named Mitcheli, a sailor, and but lately an inmate of the Eastern Penitentiary, who was sup­ posed to be in the vessel, called the Com. Perry, while Blankman remained here be­ hind. He remarked, that with reference to the Susquehanna, her owners were men whose scruples did not allow them to keep arms on board their ship ; and that upon the whole, the circumstances were suffi­ ciently strong to warrant the arrest of these individuals. Captain Blankman is a man j of strong muscular build and Herculean frame, and had for his counsel D . P. Brown, and several other of our most dis­ tinguished lawyers. In the course ofthe partial examination which took place, several facts came out which gave the affair a very singular ap* pearancc— and it is said that they have produced more of an excitement in Phila­ delphia than has been known there for 20 rears. The examination in still continued. T H E L A T E A S S A S S IN A T IO N . For the following items relating to the examination of trie persons taken up as being concerned in the late assassination in Rochester, we are indebted to the Daily Advertiser. The persons names are Octuvius Bar­ ron, Peter Phdwell and Thomas Bennett. The two first named are French Canadi­ ans. Bennett is a tailor, Phihvell a boat builder, arid B»rion a jeweller. The fwo first are about 21 , the latter 17 or 18. They are ail dissolute young men, fre­ quents of gambling houses, &c. Some suspicious movements induced Mr. A. B. Dockland, one of our merchants who had arrived from New Y o ikbut a few minutes uelore, to cause these young men to be arrested. It will be understood that the murder, though perpetrated he night before, was not known till about seven o’clock on Tuesday morning : and the Railroad train for Batavia was to start tlie next hour (at 8 ) when Barron was going west. It appeared that Barron was apprehen­ sive of arrest for some cause ; and there­ fore procured Phihvell to remove his trunk to the Tonawanda Railroad, while he [Barron] went ahead. The tone and manner in which Phihvell urged the cait- man to the Railroad, caused Mr. Buck- land to take immediate measures for fol­ lowing them up.— With Mr. Simmons to assist him, he went over to the Railroad office, and had Philwell and Bennett ar­ rested. Barron was told that he w*uld be wanted as a witness in their case, and replied (to an inquiry by Simmons) that he was not going away. But he started immediately after, by an indirect route tor the Railroad Depot, where the locom­ otives are kept. He was followed and arrested. On examination at the Police Office, officer King found with Barron a few gold pieces and Rochester Citj Bank notes. Yesterday morning, between $400 and $500, in bills, chiefly of Conneticut R iv­ er and Rochester city Banks, were found by Aid, Woodbury and others in searching around the wood piles near the Railroad Depot, where it is supposed tbat Baron might have thrown it when he saw offi­ cer Simmons approaching. The white handkerchief, with a broad hem, in which the money was wrapped, resembled the one broad-hemmed white handkerchief which Baron used, as was admitted in Court by his sister. He had only one tvhite handkerchief, a narrow hemmed one, which was at his house. The Bank bills found upon the prison, ers coincided in appearance with some in the possession of M r. Lyman at the time of his death— Mr. Lyman, it was knmvn had about him some gold piece* ; some gold pieces were found upon the prisoners. The testimony of young Barron and his father and sister did not correspond in some particulars— and the affair altogether has a very dark appearance against the prisoners* O It is reported that Bairon, one of the murderers of L y m a n , at Rochester, has confessed all in relation to that horrible murder.— Alb. Jour. The Examinat iorc.— The examination of Octavius Barron, one of the young men accused of the murder of M r. Lyman, was closed last night. He was commit, ted for trial at the Court of Oyer and Ter. miners to be held in April next. The te»- t ’W S H D Subscribers having ju s t returned * o i from New-York, would invite the atten- G J tion of those w idiin x to purchase a second ^ supply of Fall and W i n t e r Goods, which ^ ^ tliey are now opening directly opposite gj jg Messrs. Ivison & T e r r y ’s Bookstore— and cb 92 ving been principally bought at A u c t i o n ^ for C a - h , a t very low rates, will be sold a t *j* q p r i c e s to c o r r e s p o n d U 'i/h (h e tim e s o r c x c h a n - Gfi g e d f o r d o m e s t i c fla n n e l s , c l o t h s , w o o l e n 22 M s o c k s , y a r n , b u t l e r , Sec. & c . g 24 J. R. H O P K [ N S & CO. I g ^ Auburn, November 1st, 1887. 23 ^ •SONIHHCBI H O X r E n U 1 3P H S I - T O M a C I D E R B A R R E L S . \fi O O B ° e 3 h °ild 3 and Barrels, for fl V J 'A f sale cheap, by J S O T I C E . T HE Board of SuperiDteadHOI, of the poor, for the c o u n ty ot C a y u g a will meet f o r the purpose of auditing the accounts for the support of the poor of said county, a t t h e Western E x ­ c h a n g e , in the village of A u b u r n , on Monday, the 13th of November next, at ten o’clock, A. !Yj. and will continue their session until F r i ­ day o f the same week, unless the butiness sh o u l d h e s o o n e r acco m p l i s h e d . By order of the Board. C U R T I S S C. C A D Y , C l e r k . Sennett, 16th Oct. 1837. 24w3 N E W G O O D S . C \H H A R T & N Y E , a i e n o w recei ving their F A L L and W I N T E R Goods. O c tober 17. 1837. . S3tf T H E N O R T H A M E R IC A N R E t i E W . No. X C V II, O F the above valuable Q u a r terly, j u s t r e ­ ceived at No. 9, Exchange Buildings. CONTENTS. Standard W e ights a n d Measures. Life and Voyages Of Verrazzaao. M iariam ; a D r a m a t i c Poem. Latin Lexicography; ( L e v e r ^ t t .y South Sea Exploririg Exdeditiou. L e t t e r s from Palmyfa.' Ancient History d f t h e Netherlands. Miss M a r tineau’s Society ih America. M ’C o r m a c ’s P h il o s o p h y of Human Nk- tiire. 10. Miss SedTfrlbk’s T a l e s . 11. Critical Ntitic.e?. Quarterly list of N e w Publications. AttT. 1. 2 . 3. 4. 5. 6 . n a • 8 . 9. N E W F A S H IO N A B L E Spring and Summer , Staple and Fanty Dry Goods! I S E L E C T ED expressly for this market. H. FolhemUs & Son, would inform t h e i r old custom e rs and the public general ly,' that they have j u s t returned froril the city, and are now opeaiag, a splendid and chbice assortm e n t of Foreign and Domestic,. Staple ahd Fancy Dry H / i r t f l o I t t f t n n n n m a a 1 * 1 f r l o r x i IV / * K M o v r t b o n l a *. . . . . . . . _ * Oct. 17. IVISON & T E R R Y , A g e n t s Goods ! at t h e same old place, N o . 6 , Merchant R o w . A u b u r n , M a y 10th, 1837.-52tf 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 Liverpool, 41 packages E A R T H E N W A R E and CHIJVA , for A b b o t t Si FbSgate. T h e subscribers are now ffecfeivihg and open­ ing the above invoice of Consisting o f a full assortm e n t , w h i c h they Will Sell in lots to s u it purchasers, low for cash. July 17,1837. ABEIOTT& F O S G A T E . N E W - Y O R K S T A T E P O C K E T A L M A U A C L F or C O N T A I N I N G , In addition t o t h e useal eal- andar Tables, Eclipses, Chronology, &c., Statistics of th« State oi New-Yorlt a nd United N E W S'. A N D N E W GOODS. N o v e m b e r 1st,, 1837. C A R H A R T & N Y E . 25 N l i W B O O K S . I VISON fc T E I l K y are now receiving their w i n t e r supply of Books and Slatiunary.— Among the new works for sale and added lo the Library are D u l w e r ’s last. F.rnest M a ltravcrs, by t h e author o f “ R i e n z i . ” &c. A Letter on An- iuia! Magnetism, by Col. VVm.L. Stone. R i c h Euougli ; a tale o f the tifinesj T h e Y o u u ? la dies’ Friend. Scourge o f t h e Oc«an. Pic-Nirg ; 2 vola. Ja n e t Han iiton. a novel. Fielding, on Societyi T h e Manhatten collection ol Psalm and Hymn Tim e s , AutheftV-; &c. by Thom a s Hastings. T h e Juvenile Singing School, by Mason & W e b b . A Translation of the New Testam e n t, by T y n d a l e lhe M a r tyr, A . D. 1526. No. 9, Exchange Buildings. Nov. 1 st, 1837 Owasco St. A T O L E T . D W E L L I N G house on Fulton Street. 'In ­ quire o f c a r h a r t & n y e . N o v e m b e r 1st, 1837. 25tf G R O C E R I E S . A L A R G E Assort/nent o f fregfi Teas, Sugar, Coffee, Mol asses, Sale rat us, Giimer, & c.&fc. J u s t received by P J. R . H O P K I N S & Co. A u b u r n , Nov. Is*, 1837. 25 f o r s a l e , o r t o r e n t . M T H A T new a n d elegant dwelling H o u s e on South street, nearly op­ posite J o h n H. Chedell’s. possession giveti Immediately. Enquire of T H O S . M. H U N T , or R. C. S T E E L E . A u b u r n , Oct. 31, 1837. 25 M A N I L L A A N D Allicante M A T S , for Sale bv C A R H A R T & NYU. Nov. 1 st, J 837. R U S S I A C A R P E T I N G , for sdle by C a u h a RT Novem b e r 1st, 1837. A Nx E. F L O O R O I L C L O T H , A N assortment of h e a v y floor oil cloth from 2 feet to 2 yards wide, j u s t received nn.l for sale by ' C A R H A R T ti N Y E . Nov. 1st, 1837. 25 C O T T O N Y A R N , indnd Wickickin ing,g foror saleale 837. C A R H A R T & N Y E . B A T T I N G a W , f s by Nov. 1st, D E F A U L T having been made in the pay­ m e n t o f a certain sum of m o n e y secured by an indenture of mortgage, bearing date the tw e n t y eighth d.iy o f May, in the year One I housitnd Eight Hundred and Thirty’-two, e x ­ ecuted by Ira Neediham,of the T o w n of Con- rpiest, in the c o u n ty of Cay uga,and Siam of New York, and Lydia his wife, to Bonnet Stevens, o f t h e sa me place ; which said Mortgage was recorded in the office o f the cleric of the coun- tyol Cayugaafoiesa il, in Book R , ofm irlgages. at page 407, on the eleventh dav o f March? A. D . 1833—nnd on whjch said mortgage and (he Bond a c c o mpanying the same, ofthe same dale, executed by t h e sail Bennet Stevens, there is claimed to be due al the date of this notice the sum o f Sixty-seven dollars and sixty-six cents. Notice is therefore hereby given, that by vir­ tue ofa power of sale in said mortgage contain­ ed, aud in pursuance o f the statute in such case made and provided, the lands and premises in said mortgage specified, (o w i t : “ All that tract or p a r c e l . o f land situate in the town of C o n ­ quest aforesaid, and is a p a r t of Lot No. six teen in the original military township of B r u ­ tus, and is boun led and described as follows, to w i t : Beginning at the southw e s t com e r of sub­ division, num b e r six in the division of said lot num b e r sixteen—thence running East seven chains and twenty-five links— thence north eight degrees west six chains and eighty-throe links— thence north eighty-seven degrees, east eight chain?— thence north eighteen ohainsand fourteen links—thence west fourteen chains and tw e n t y four links— thence south twentv-five chains a n d fifty-three links, to the place o f b e- ginnmg, estimated to contain about thirty st­ ores, (according to John W. Sawyer’s Survey o f t h e same,)”— Will be sold at public Auction a t i h e W e stern Exchange in the town of A u b u rn, in said county of C a y u g a , on the twentieth day o f April next, a t eleven o’clock in the foienoon of lhat day. D a t e d ,N o v e m b e r 1 st, 1837,-25 B E N N E T STEV E N S . Mather <$» Farnham, Attorneys. W A N T E D , by tbe subscribers at their Brewerv in A u b u r n , a quantity of B A R ­ L E Y , R Y E , C O R N AND O A T S . ' Also five hundred cords >f Beach an.-! Maple W O O D for which t h e highest price will be given, and the c a s h paid on delivery. II. W ATSON A SONS. October 24, 1837.— 24w6. T H E Copartnership heretofore exi.-ting be­ tw e e n the subscribers, under th e firm of Morgan & Sm ith, was this day dissolved, bv m tilual concfn l . — AU persons indebted to silid firm,or having dem a n d s , a re requested to apply to Geo. P. Morgan, who is duly authorized to settle t h e same. g e o . P . M o r g a n , ERASTTJ 8 0. SMITH. Uoion Springs, Oct. 23, 1837. N B. T h e business will hereafief be c o n d u c t­ ed by the s u b s criber a t the old sland. 2 4 w2 _________ GEO. P. MO R G A N . T O U E T , A D W E L L I N G m o u s e conveniently situated on Dill St. with a Barn. Also, a Dwelling house on Inquire of A. F I T C H or j . s. b a r t l e t t & Co. A n b u r n , Oct. 25, 1837. 24tf DISSOLUTION. r p H E Copartnership o f BARNF.S & BENE- JL D I C T is this day dissolved by mutual cod - sont. T h e business will be continued by J a s. P.- Benedict, and lie alone is authorised to s e t ­ tle the accounts of the late firm. N O R R I S B A R N E S . JA M E S P. B E N E D I C T . * Oct. 25, 1837. _____________________ 24 F U R C A P E S , & C - M U R F E Y & W O O D R U F F , have j u s t te- ceived a splendid lot of F n r C a p e s . P e l ­ erines andBOa?; Also one doz. of fich Blick Muffs, which w e r e purchased at about half piii-e.rttitl will be'sold astonishingly cheap. N. f i . A few patterns o f those sup'erior French fnol Gorman]. Merinos,- vCt remaining. C a l f quick. Oct. if. ________ _ O J L I P H A N T & S K l N f t r J S R , A t their office,No; 1, Exchange Buildings, A u b u rn KE AT ALL TIMES PRKTAIIED TO EXECUTE EVERX VARIETY OF LETTER-FRESS PRINT­ ING, such as Books, Blanks, Pamphlets, Hand* bills,- Cards, Tickets, &.C., on the shortest no­ tice, and most reasonable term*. flavi'ig takert' great paius to supply fherrt- s e h e s with a full assOitment o f L A W , A N D O T H S f l they are now prepared toTufnish, among others,- the following ? Full-Covenanf D e e d ? : W a r ­ ranty D e e d s ; Quit-Claim D e e d s ; Mortgages* Bonds; Morignges on Personal P r o p e r l y ; L e a ­ ses; Contracts for L a n d ; Military W a r r a n ts f Road W a r r a n t s ; Fafnily ltecoid'?; School T i c k e t s ; Revolutionary B l a n k s ; Appt'ehtiOes’ ludeotuie?; Tavern Keepers’ Bonds, aud Li-- j c e n s e s ; Grocers' Bonds, and Licenses; Sub.' I pocnr-is and Ticket?, Suprem e Court, Chancery ; and Common Pleas; ForeClomres in Chance­ ry; Narrs vs. Sheriff; Costs on Writ of Inquiry do. On C e r t i o r a r i ; do. of Defendant on A p p e a l ; do. in Suprem e C o u r t on putting over C a u s e ; do. on Assessment; do. ofDefendarit in E r r o r ; do. of Appo il for D e f e n d a n t ; do. on T r t a l and Inquest; do. Bearer vs. M a k e r ; Notice OfTfi- al, Supreme C o u r l ; do. Common P l u s ; Bills o f Discovery ; N a rrs in Assurnp-it; Na'rrg in Common counts; Capias; W a rrant o f Attorney ; Judgm e n t Record in Assumpsit on Promissory! N o t e ; J u d g m m t Record upon Bond and War­ rant of Attorney; Blank Notes and Due Bills ; Order o f Ref. w h e r e whole amount is not d u e ; do. for Alt. for not A p p e a r i n g ; do. to Produce Witnesses; do. pro. conf. on Publication ; do. to Close Proofs; do. for Ref. on E x . t o a n s w e r ; do. ofRef. 'Vdolt and Infant D e f e n d a n t ; d o . pro. conf. tor not Answer ; do. for r e f to Compute, &c. vs. Absent Deft. ; do. o f Pub. vs. Absent Deft.: Casa in Deb! ; Casa in Case; Tesla, fi fa. in D e b t ; 'Testa, fi. fi*. in C a s e ; Fi. fa. in D e b t; Pi. fa. in Case ; Plea and Notice ofSet* Off; C e rtiorari; Bond on Certiorari ; Poor- masters’ Warrant?. J U S T I C E S ’ B L A N K S , of nearly every de-crip:ion —O f the most C o r r e c t Forms, and on superior Paper. Auburn, October, 1837. 23 CHEAP TEAS. Y o u n g n y son Teas, from 37£ to 75 cents per pound, just received and for sale by C A R H A R T & NYE. 0 c t - 17- ____________ ______________ 23tf CHEAP CARPETS. C O T T O N C A R P E T S at 25 cents a yard, f0r sale by C A R H A R T & N Y E . Oct. 17. _____________ 3 tf M E W G O O D S AND G R E A T B A R G A I N S ! * E JE N K I N S is now receiving a large and • general assortment o f Full and Winter Goods, which he will soil cheap for cash.— T h o s e having but little money, and wish it to go a great way. will do w e ll fo call at Head Quarters, one d« or east of R . Steel’s Druggist Store. P . S. Don’t forget to call. ° A u b u r n , O c t . 1 1. 1837. 2 2 t f A ' ^ n d s r M r . Y a n B u r e n th i n k s th a t the p u b l i c m o n e y c a n b e k e p t in th e v a u l l s o f th e T r e a s u r y as w e ll as in th e v a u l t s o f (he B i n k s . W i l l not lh e r a t e s o f in s u r a n c e a g a i n s t “ f i r e ” and “ra ts ” b e m o s t e n o r ­ m o u s l y in c r e a s e d ?— L o u isville J o u r . A c o u p l e of b a l d E a g l e s , an old end a y o u n g o n e , w e r e c a u g h t b y M r . J o h n H a m m o f thi« to w n on S a t u r d a y , in a n e t . — V e r m o n t W a tch m a n . M r . B e n t o n p r e d i c t e d s o m e y e a r s a g o , th a t f h e J a c k s o r . p o l i c y w o u l d \‘c a u s e E a ­ g l e s a n d h a l f eagles to p e e p th r o u g h th e in t e r s l i c s o f th e o p e n n e t - w o r k . ’* W e w o n d e r w h e t h e r he c o n s i d e r s th e a b o v e i n ­ c i d e n t a fu l f i l l m e n t o f h i s p r o p h e c y t — l b . L i f e a n d d e a t h .— A p h y s i c i a n o f N e w p o r t , w h i l e a t t e n d i n g at th e b e s i d e o f a p a t i e n t , and a p p a r e n t l y i n g o o d h e a l t h , fell fro m his c h a i r , an d in s t a n t l y e x p i r e d . T h e c o r o n a t i o n o f th e Q u e e n o f E n g . lan d w i l l t a k e p l a c e in M a y . M a n y fo r ­ e i g n P r i n c e s , it is sa i d , w i l l w i t n e s s tb e c e r e m o n y . ___________ ___________ T r o u b le do w n E a s t .— A s e a f a r i n g m a n h a s j u s t r e t u r n e d to P o r t l a n d , a f t e r an a b s e n c e o f n i n e t e e n y e a r s , (h a v i n g b e e n c a s t a w a y a m o n g s a v a g e s ) a n d fin d s his w i f e m a r r i e d to a n o t h e r m a n . A g a l l o n o f u n r e f i n e d h a r t & h o r n m i x e d w i t h tw o b u s h e l s o f m o u l d o r a s h e s , a n d s t r e w n b r o a d c a s t o v e r a n a c r e o f tu r n i p land a f t e r th e s e e d is s o w n , w i l l p r o t e c t th a p l a n t fro m fly, a s w e l l a s t h e in s e c t w h i c h o c c a s i o n a l l y a t t a c k s t h e hull. D E N T I S T R Y . H U S T I P C . W A N - Z E R & T H O M A S H. A V E R Y , Profes­ sors o f D e n tal Surge­ ry, most r e s p e c tfully inform the inhabitants o f Auburn and vicinity that their n e w and easy method of repairing decayed T e e t h , has received th e universal app robation Irom gentlem e n of lhe highest respectability. Loss o f t e e l h disfigures the face; im p e d e s a r - ticulal*on and mastication; destroys t h e g e n e ral health, rendering the unfortunate 6 ufferer al­ most i icanable o f the ordinary transactions ot hfe. Millions o f t h e most beautiful teeth aie an­ nually sacrificed and irreparably lost for the w a n t of a n early and judicious operation. T h e r e is n o t the slightest neces-ity for losing one tooth in a thousand. Decayed. B r o k e n .and Misplaced T e e t h , removed with c a r e anti perfect sufely. Prem ium , incorruptible, artificial and natural T e e t h , supplied from one to a full set. Special attention given to the r e g u lation, a n d best method of managing'children’s teeth. Siliceous, M e tabc, and other artificial T e e t h set., teelh filled w ith gold, teeth cleaned and whitened, irregularities remedied, teeth and roots extracled, diseased gums, and loose teeth treated, &c. &c< T o the article of Siliceous Metalic teeth they w o u l d invite particular fatten!ion—these are m a n u factured by themselves, from the original receipt e f D. C. Ambler* M. D. of New-York, the inventer, who, for this kind, received the highest prem i u m (A G O L D M E D A L ) ever aw a r d e d for incorruptible teeth in the United S t a t e s ; they aro highly incorruptible in their nature, the most perfect imitation o f natural hnman teeth, a nd not subject to any o f those unpleasant circumstances attendant on all or­ ganic bodies, which, when deprived o f tbeir vi­ tality and exposed to the action of t h e acrid s e ­ cretions o f the mouth undergo in a greater or lesser degree, the process of decomposition ;— they have been submitted to the examination of some of tho most celebrated chemists and scientific men in o u r country, and have not failed to s e c u r e in e v e ry instance, tbe m o s t un­ qualified commendation. U * O F F I C E , No. 10, Exchange Buildings, Up- S tairs, 2 d Slory. T O O T H P O W D E R , for Sale by th e above firm.- A u b u r n , October 18, 1837. 23tf F O R W h e a t , Corn, Rye, Potatoes, Beef, F o r k , and Peas, al A s h b y 's Store, by E. D . H U D S O N . Aubtlrh Oct. 11, 1837; 22 w 3 p F R E N C H M E R I N O ’S, the kinds tbat are very superior in quality and. color, and very cheap, art not scarce at J . S. B A R T L E T T & Co’.. Aubu-n,Oct. 10. 1837. S C H O O L B O O K S . T H O S E who want Schooh Books for their children, fur th i c o ming w i n t e r , will find at the Bookstoie of Ivison & T e r r y , a s u p p ly ofall t h e most approved kinds in good strong binding, arid at the lowest prices for cash*. T h e y pay cash for t h e i r Books iu New York, anJ buy lo w ; they sell for cash aud sell low. T h e F a r m e r ’s School Bouk is j u s t pub­ lished by them, and T e a c h e r s can bave a c opy \ exam i n e by calling for i t , a t No. 9 Ejt- A u b u t n , Oct. 10, 1837. to change Buildings O L E T . T h e Subscribers wish to r e n t the 2nd story of t h e i r Store. Also a Blacksmiths Shop, at t h e corner of State and W a t e r S treet. H Y D E , W A T R O U S & Co. C H A L L I E S * A L A R G E assortment o f n e w and most ap- proved patterns,just received by ISffA.Y) 7, E x c h a n g e Buildings. * Oct. 4th, J837. C o i - O R E D Ac B L K . S I L K , Fall and win­ ter Dress H d k s ., Blk., w h ite, and Scarlet Merino Shaw ls— Gloves, Hosiery, fee. &c. just received from N e w -York. by j. s. B a r t l e t t 4 * Co.- A u b u rn Oci. S i , t837'. & B . R E E D T/\S/r ISI$ES to inform t h e Ladies and Gentle* * * men of Auburn, that he has received a fine assortment of ORNAMENTAL HAI&, such gs Ladies Curls ofall k i n d s ; also Gentle- mOrta’ WiffS ahd T o u p e e s ol t h e best quality. E F S H o r , t w o doors east of R . M u ir ’s Store. N. B.r Cash paid for long Human H a i r . — Shaving’aud H a i r C u t t i n g done as usual. A u b u r n , Septem b e r 27,1837. 20 T HEsuhs'cribei'g having entered into part nership, for the transaction of M e r c a n t i l e business, iu this village, under t h e frrin o f J . U. HOPKINS SZ Co.; would announce that they are now opening opposite Messrs. Ivison& Tert-y’fi b ookstore 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, und will dispose o f on terms as favorable as any olher house in the Country. J. R. H O P K i N S , S. A. H O P K I N S . Anburn. Sent. 2Qth. 1837 — 19»f ___________ _ W A R D E N , B U R G E S S & GO. M E C H A N I C S ’ IIA L L , A u b u r n , N. York M a n u f a c turers of P X O B G H S , O f all tlie vai ions patterns now in use. Also E n g ine and other Lathes ; Colton Machinery, and all kinds of Jr0n work turned and fitted to any shape, or p a t t e r n , a n d finished in a s u ­ perior m a n n e r . T h e y have in connexion with t h e i r Machine Shop a F u r n a c e in lull blast, where Mill G e a r ­ ing, Cottoii M a c h inery, and ult kinds ol Cast- tiug 9 can be had: from the best Scotch and Salisbury iron. Ail job work done on short notice, and in the best m a n n e r . Auburn, Ap*il 4, 18'37.-47tf ~MATRIMONY I fit L E T T E R T O T H E G E N T L E M E N of Hartford, on the subject of Matrimony, bv A LA D Y — f o r s a l e by IVISON & T E R R Y , \ Oct. 4U l ___________________________________ G O O D T I M E S A G A I N |TT WHERE 9 A t No. Exchange Buildings, Auburn WHY ? B e c a u s e , is h a m p a y s c a s h f o r GOODS when he buys them, and sellsupon the principle o f the “ Nimble Ninepeace.” Just received, a large aiul eidgant 1 assort ment of seasonable D R Y OODS*, together With a' variety of Groceries, C r o c k e r y , &c. No time to enum e r a t e articles.- Call and see rfyou can enquire for any thing with which Ishatu canuot serve yofl. Sept. 27, 1837. ____________________ 20tf G R E A T AT J. S» B a r tlett Co5s S T O R E — N O . 10 , E x c h a n g e b u i l d i n g s — New Goods, in such quantities, so beautiful, and above all, go V E R Y C H E A P as to claim the atten­ tion o f a l l who wish to get iKe worth of their money, these hard times. T h e I’rinlers will not waitfor us to send you the particulars — so please call and we will tell you the whole story. Auburn, Oct. 3, 1837. C o u n ting-H o u s e A lm a n a c , M o n thly in t e r e s t T a b l e , Szc &e. G r e a t l y condensed, nnd i m p r o ­ ved. A b o t h e e s t f e t i Y F a r m e r s ’ A l m a ­ n a c . Tust published ahd fur sale by the gross,dozen* or single copy, by OLIPHANT & SKIN NEK. A u b u r n , Augn>t 9,1 8 3 7 . ______________ Canary BirdS* 7 F O l t Sale, a few pair o f Canary Birds, fimf songsters.) A b o Bird Cages, at the Ni.rf Mu«.eunl, opposite t h e Exchange. M arch ‘ 28 . 18S7— 45tf ________________ S A D E 5 L E &. H A H N E S S ' M A N U F A C T O R Y , T H E s u b s c riber hereby give* n o t i c e , t h a t he has now , a n d in- tend*i s t all tines hereafter to keep on h a n d a t his shop o n G e n - es«e-stieel, near tbe m u s e u m , a large assortm e n t o f work o f e v ­ ery descr plion in his lineofbu* siuess.composed ofsuperid» terials and w r o u g h t iu t h e most fashionable & substantia I m a n n e r , which he wilt offer to custouieiS' on a s fa v o iabie term s as can be offered a t any establishm e n t iu .‘he county.* All oidets for eithei new worl, or repairing, will be attended to at t h e shortest notice, and in the most faithful manner. LYM AN B A L D W I N . A n b u r n . S e n l e m b e r 13, 1837. iB t f E C T N o t I C E E x T R A D i i D J N A R Y C O M E A N D T A M B S li.A . ' W V anticipating t h e want? 1 w of-his num e rous Customers, begs to and nounce that he has this day returned from N e w ­ York, with a' fresh supp'y of Seasonably G O O D S , all selected uigrhatly reduced prices. It being unnecessary to specify particulars, suffice it to say that the assortment is complete; and. hav­ ing bften bought! for Cash, will he sold I 6 r the same at such extrem e ly low prices as cannot fail to a.-rfoni'sh' purchasers, and make' it a decid­ ed object lor all fo call af the New-iforh F a n c y Slci-c. fwodobrs east o f the Cayuga Bank, Genesbe-st. Ailburn, Aug. 22. 1837.— 15 B R O A D C L O T l s , N O W opening by M u rfey & Woodruff, an elegant assortment of all the different qual­ ities cfiul colors ; for sale a t the grCatly reduced prices. 0 * A l s o 1 piece o'fblack M o h a ir Oloth; fo'r over-coats, a new and beautiful ai tide. Oct. 4. Boot and Shoe C A T I i l N , F O O T Sc Co., have removed te the New Building o f A . U n d e r w o o d , opposite the W e s tern Exchange two doors east of Iheir old stand, w h e r e they offer for sale BOOTS A N D SHOBS, Cheaper than Ever J ! In consideration of Hard Times, Boots and Shoes w i l l be sold at the following prices : Mens’ C a l f Boots, from “ coarse “ n tt calf lace Boots coarse lace Boots W o m e n s ’ G a iter boots “ L e a t h e r do. “ do. Shoes All kinds of Childrens Shoes in proporlion to the above bill. AH woik sold wili be w a rrant­ ed, at t h e Prison Shoe Store. A u b u rn, August 9, 1837.— 5 tf $4 to $6 2 75 2 00 1 50 2 00 1 50 1 25 A V E R Y choice lot o f plain and fig’d Silks, also some s p lendid w o r k e d capes and col ars, for sale cheap, n e x t door e a s t of R . Steelf; druggist. E . JE N K I N S . B L A C K S M I T H I A G A N U C A R ­ R I A G E M A N U F A C T O R Y . T H E subscriber hereby gives notice, t h a t t h e r e hav­ ing been a d issolution of the copartnership o f w h ich he was a m e m b e r , he has t a k e n upon him s e lf t h e business o f B l a c k s m ithing aod C a r r i a g e and Sleigh m a k i n g in all its branches, at his old stand, on t h e corner o f Dill and W a t e r S t r e e t .\ w h e r e he intends keeping constantly on hand an elegant and fashionable assortment o f C a r ­ riages o f every description, m a d e of t h e best mateiiuls, which he will offer for sale on the most favorable terms O'*AU orders for w o r k i n eit'jer branch oi the business, w i 'l m e e t w ith prom p t attention. B E N J A M I N F. S P E N C E R . A u b u r n , Septem b e r 13, 1837. Ig t f < I 1 R I S T O P H E R M O R G A N & fcBFNE- Z E R W . A R M S , Attornie* at L a w , and Solicitors in Chancery. Agents for llie ProUctmn Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut. A u r o r a , C a y u g a c o n n t y , Mafch, 1836 —44tfi F R U N C H A N D English Merinoes, aud Merino Cir cassiam, of great beauty, and variety of colors, may be found very c h e a p , a l J S I l ^ M ’S No, 7, Exchange Buildings. A u b u r n , Oct. 4 , ~ “ M A C K E H E L I N Barrels and half barrels, for Sale by Isham. No. 7, Exchange Buildings. October 4 . ___ pXiit n o t ic e ” A L L the Accounts and Notes due to the late firm of H. Ivison & Go. a u d which have been standing for six months previous to the first day of Jan u a r y last, m u s t be settled w i t h o u t delay. IVISO N Sc T E R R Y . & u b n m , F e b . 7 . —-39. _________________ . P O E S A L B , C H E A P , O N E two Horse pleasure C a r r iage— two one H o rs 6 Buggys, one wilh l o p , a n d one w i t h o u t — a ls o ,a'second h a n J one ho*se L u m b e r W a g g o n , by S T E E L E U G R O O T A u h u r n . M a y 17, 1836.— 1 The Last opportunity f o r Purchasing Munger's P A T E N T E I G H T D A Y C L O C I £ > . HE Subscribers having sold out th e i r m a n ­ ufacturing operations, and having a lot of C locks on hand, unsold (and inter fhis no m o re will be' m a d e ) ’ will now reduce tiie p rice to the slate of the tim e s . O ’Tbose w i s h i n g to supply themselves, w o u l d do will to c a l l soon. H O T C H K I S S & B E N E D I C T . N. B. T h e t e r m s by the box w i l l b e s u c h as t« offer a good profit to (ho«e who buy to sell again. Enquire of C. B. Hotchkiss. A u b u r n . May 9 . 1 8 8 7 —5 2 ____________ Q ? ’ P L . O ( ? 4 « H S ! ‘' £ 0 O F t h e B E S T P A T T E R N S * (or sale a t t h e Lowest Prices,at the S t a t e - S t Y G e t F t i t t t a f c f c , a few rods South o f t h e PR I S O N . A u b u r n April 26. 1837.— 4 9 i f H a ; C A R R IA G E M A . M ' E T F A . S T O R Y . T H E Subscribers would respectfully g i v e notice that they aye e x t e n s i v e ly e n g a ­ ged in the m a n u facture o f ev’ry description o f carriage at t h e i r slibp, corner ol'State and C l a r k e street*. F o r superiority o f workna’anshfp, t h e y will not yield t h e pa lor to any in the State. Those wishing t o i*ee good and tasty work wili please call and e s a m ’ne. N. B. Carriage* made to order, carefully packed, and lovwaided t o any part of t h e U n i ­ ted States. JQII.N % G E O R G E C L A P P . A u b u r n , Cayuga Cfl,, N. V . S e p t. 6,1837. E M P O R IU M O F F A S H IO N . S C H A N C K & R O B I N S O N , D R A P E R S & T A I L O R S , Genesee-streel, A u b u r n , N. Y . , w o u ld respectfully a n ­ nounce to their, friends and the public, that they continue the above mentioned establish­ ment on the most m o d e rate and approved plan- containing an entirely new, superior, and most eiegantassortm e n t of the very best and choicest Goods,corresponding at all times w i t h t h e s e a sons, and consisting of the very F I N E S T CLOTHS, Camlets, Vestings, Pantaloon stuffs, o f every description, Stocks, Shirls, Shirt Bosoms, C o l ­ lar?, H a n d k e i c b i e f s , G l o v e s and Hose, and in t h e greatest variety, exhibiting at the s.tine tim e t h p most fashionable colors and patterns. Scbanck & Robinson, beg leave to add, that they fit and m a k e to order, according to the very latest fashions of t h e day, every descrip­ tion of clothing, and at the shortest notice.— T h e i r f r i e n d s a n d t h e p u b l i c a r e t h e r e f o r e re­ s p e c t f u l l y s o l i c i t e d t o c o n t i n u e t h e i r k i n d a a d liberal patronage toward them, N. B. C u t t i n g d o n e atall t i m e s ,on t h e s b o r t - est notice, and iu tlie Lest m a n n e r . Schanek & Rohinson are Agents forThoV P . W i l l i a m s & C o ’ s T a i l o r s M a g a z i n e , a n d Quarterly Review of Fash i o n s . A w b u Y iy FfcvftoVfc S & m i n a T ^ . FHNHE undersigned T r u s t e e s o f this lusti- JL iu t i a n , give notice that the second te:m will com m e n c e on M o n d a y , t h e 14'h day of August iust., under the charge o f Mr. & M r s , HOSMER* assisted hy compeleRt Instructors. TUB coufse o f Instruction is designed to era. brace all the branches o f a complete system o f femalb education. T h e terms are the saine ns | in s im ilar Institutions in Ibis part ol the State. I Large additions a n d repairs have been m a d e | tu the Buildings. E v e r y attention will be paid tothe health and comfort of the pupils, and do* ptfin 3 will be spared to make this Institution in every respect w o r t h y of public pat<r#n<*ge. S H B R M A t r B e a d s l x y , < TVtw- ) A b i j a h F i t c ^ , T . J . M c M a 3 Teh, } lees. J T . Y. H o w , J r . H e n r y Ivison, J r . A u b u r n , August I. 1837. J2 T H E LEV ANNA- S T E A M F D O U R I N G M I L E C O M P A N Y 4 R E induced, from* t h e Various r e p o r t s o f their inability to' d o 'juslice tojCuslom«r«,' to inform t h e i r friends and t h e public generelif (k a r t h g y are prepatfed fo do f L O U J t l H d - , in the best possible m a n n e r , a n d wiih despatch. As the mill has now been c o mpleted by aroo- chanic of g r e a t experience, and w i l l be con* ducted by a M i ELKR of u u q u e s tion«ble a b ility & experience, they are confident o f g iving en t i r a satisfaction fo all who m a y favor them w i t h custom. 'Fhey feel confident t h a t t h o s e who call to. view the e s tablishment wi}] n o t be disappointed iu t h e above etaftm e u t. N. B. Until further notice, it ia i n t e n d e d togrind three days in each week for custoaiBrs —ou Tuesday, T h u r s d a y and S a t u r d a y , , A N D R E W C O C K , President. JO H N A N S E L L , S e c r e t a r y . Lovannn, J a n . 18, 1837.—37tf. F r e s h o r a n g e s , l e m o n s , i t a / s i n {J EIGS, & P R U N E S , may be found at f . S. B A R T L E T T * C o . J f f O T i c u , T H E Notes a n d Accounts due t h e l a t e firm’ of H Y D E Sz L A N S I N G , are left fo* the present, al t h e Stoie lately occupied by said firm, for settlement, where those indebted are requested to call and make im m e d iate paym'ent. Unless paid soon, they will be in the hands of 1 the subscribers for collection, as t h e situation o f the affairs of said firm renders speedy paym e n t 1 iudispensable. R A T H B U N & G O U L D . Dated April 25, 1837.-50' F R S S S n T 2 3 & & . C H E A P Y O U N G HYSON o f a n ex c e l l e n t quality. A l s o O L D II tfSON, IM P E R I A L H Y S O N SKIN on ,1 B L a C K T E A 9 at May 10,1836. J. S. B A R T L E T T Se G o . ~ D ISSO L U T IO N . r p H E c o - p a rtnership heretofore existing be-' JL tweert t h e subscribers, is this day dissolv­ ed by m u t u a l consent, and all demands of t h e said firm in the business of Blacksmithing and Carriage m a k i n g , are in the hands of B e n j a ­ min F. S f e n c e r , and all demands iu the busi­ ness of s a d d le a n d harness m a k ing, are left iq the hands of L i m a n B a l d w i n , who aro re ­ spectively au:lidrizcd to s e i t l e and collect thfl same. JAMES CO N G D F .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 , Sept. 6 , 1837. 17 N E W G O O D S , C H E A P . T HE subscribers (next door west of the Prison shoe store) are now receiviqg Iheir Call supply oi DRY\ G O O D S Se G H O C E H I E S , botlglil al the present reduced pricee, w h i c h they offer on terms to please all who wish to make a small amount of money buy a. great many Goods. Call and see. S T E E L E & GROOT. Aubtifn, Sopt. 7. FO R SALPL ~ A F I R S T RA 'l E Leveling Instrument and Target P<>let E n q u i r e af this Office. Sept 26 . 1 8 3 7 . ________________ 2 (Kf C O T T O N B a t 1 ing of on excellent quality. Also Cotton Y a m , W icking, Brown aud Bleached f-heetings, Canton Flnntxels, 3-44-4 and G 4 'Pickings, m a y be found at ______________________ B A R T L E T T & C O 'S. E N G L I S H M E R I N O , figured and pldin, o f alm o s t e*'ery variet^ of color, quality, and price, may befcuDd at I. S.- B A R T L F T T & Co**. A u b u r n Oct 10,1337. . ___________ N E W BO O K S , just added to the L i b r a r y , V e n e l i a ; a novel by D ’ lsraeli, 2 vols, Pickwick Club, part 4 ; de, parts 1 . 2, 3, and 4. uniform. ‘ ilT S O N & T E R R Y . Oct 1 I. 1837. ______________________________ J U S T U E C E 1 V E D B Y T H E G L O B E L I J V E . B A R N E S &. B E N E D I C T , A T the oil stand of A. <fc J . B>at»ick, opposite the We.-Urn Exchange, have j u s t received their Fall arid W inter supply of G r o - eerie-', which they offer cheap for C a s h . A- mottg their assortment may be found (at all times) the following articles : — P O R T O R I C O M O L A S S E S , ST . Cl O I X S U G A R . N E W O R L E A N S SUG A R , C O F F E E , HYSON, I l f SON SKIN * Y O U N G H Y & 0 N . IM P E R IA L , GUN P O W D E R & B L A C K T E A S / SPERM 1 C A N D L E S , S P IC E . P E P P E R , RA'ISIN S , BO X & K E G , C O C O A , C H O C O L A T E , LO N D O N M U S H R O O M C A T S U P , P E P P E R - S A U C E , M U S T A R D , THE SEEl> AND GROUND; F A L L & W I N T E R L A M P O I L ; And a great m a n y other articles too num e r o u s to mention here. By-the*hy they have a choice lot o f wines, and a' few H h ’ds. and Pipe* o f the pure ar'icle, or w e t merchandize if yon? please to call it, which they will sell to TaVferu K e e p * ers, and o t h e r s as c h e a p as it can b e purchased west of Albany, for Cash or a p p r o v e d credit. W e have some R u m Anu Brandy pure. Aad Gin of Holland t i n t , . Y o u ’ll like it well W e ’re very sure, For there’s n'o water iu ’t. A u b u t n , O c t . 11,1337 W e i'nvite you all. Both great and 6 ma)lt T o c a l l and t e e o u / sto r e ;' If you won’t buy, You m:,y ,go DkV, As you have doua before. 22 D j =C R O C K E R A L A R G E Assfirtfnefil o'f Cfoekery arfif Glass W a r e , for Sale by II. FOX.HEX&US S c S 02 T, at No., 6 , M e r c h a n ts Row. N . B. A f e w Sett* o f s p l e n d i d C h i n a , just o- pened. Auburn, M a y \ 6 , f£3T, N E W M u r f e y & w o o d r u f f , •>* now 6 - peniuga handsome assortment o f f a l l W i n t e r Goods, whieh were purchased * t vary reduced prices, a n d will be sold &* (h e a p , i f not a little cheaper Chan a t any oth e r Storftdu the county. T h e i r assortment of D r y Good*, they know tot be the largest and be*t t o be found— for the proof o f which, tfiey a re willing io submit i t fo tiie decision of their cuttom e r a and the public. (CTPlaose call a u d sc*. O c tober 3, 1837. _____________________________________________ 21 CLO T H S * C A S S I M E R E S . S a t t i n e t t s , &c.— A large a*?o tment for sal* st very redoc/d prices, y y 1SHA.M, No 7. Ex. Puildinfs.

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