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and « the people are beginning to be hv dire necessity, to cat the diseased potatoes , * « » e n Ce, m m j * ™ 5 '',“ _ o f the an- ‘Several cases of illness an- ie causes have taken place in etW lth^icltness from thus p a n a k u i wholesome food £ * J Z ' Z S r e r In Dtmgarven, ■< t a il M ion and S t a r v a t io n / ’ a c c o r d .n g to a local p a ­ l e r h a v e m a d e their appearance am ong the in ­ dustrious i n h a b itan ts. T h e poor h o u s e is n e a r ­ ly crow d ed, ow in g to the d e f iciency o f food i n ­ duced by the p r e v a len c e o f th e p o tato e ro t.— From oth e r p a r ts o f Ire l a n d th e a c c o u n ts a r e nearlV the same. “ ' FRANCE. T h e tw o C h a m b e r s h a v e b e e n p r in c ip a lly oc- ruoied w ith th e d iscu s s io n o f th e ad d r e s s . T h e discu'-sion term in a te d in th e C h a m b e r o f P e e r s , on the 16th u lt. w h e n th e m e m b e r s w e re— for lhe address, 1 2 0 ; a g a i n s t it, 2 3 ; M in isterial m a jo r ity , 9 7 . T h e resu lt p laces th e g o v e r n m e n t on a firm e r foundation th a n ev e r . O n the 20th an d 2 1 s t u lt., in a d e b a te m the C h a m b e r o f D e p u ties, lhe r e latio n s b e tw e e n th is co u m r y , F r a n c e , a n d E n g la n d , a r i s i n g o u t o f the an n e x a tio n o f T e x a s a n d the p r e s e n t p o s i­ tion o f t h e O regon q u e s tio n , cam e up for d iscu s ­ sion. M . T h e ir s spoke a t len g th upon th e sub- iect ta k i n g for h is text, th e d e c laratio n o f P r e s i ­ dent’ P o lk , in his m e s s a g e , th a t “ ev e n F r a n c e our a n c ien t a l l y ” h a d so u g h t to p r e v e n t a n n e x ­ ation, an d th a t “ we o u g h t to rejoice, 6cc., at o u r triu m p h over th e com b in e d a t t e m p t s o f F ran c e an d E n g la n d . H e b lam e d g o v e r n m e n t for interferin g a t [all in the m a t t e r , a r g u i n g th a t since F r a n c e h a d giv e n u p L o u isia n a , a n d lost C a n a d a , she h a d n o ih in g to do w ith ih e “ balan c e oi pow e r in A m e r ica,” an d i m p l y i n g t h a t it she m u s t i n terfere i n th e m a t te r , he w o u ld ra t h e r th a t s h e sh o u ld be a r r a y e d a g a m g t E n g la n d th a n ag a i n s t the U n iied S tates, 31. G u izot, a s M in ister o f F o r e i g n A f fairs, r e phed the n e x t d a y . H e m a in tain e d t h a t F r a n c e had only offered ad y tce a n d assista n c e to T e x a s to m a tn t a i n h e r in d e p e n d e n c e . S in c e sh e had d e c lared f o r a n n e x a t io n , F r a n c e h a d en tered no p r o test. H e w e n t o n to co m m e n t upon the P r e s id e n t’s m e s s a g e , refe r r in g p a r ticu larly to th e p a r t in w h ich E u r o p e a n in terferen c e upon th i s C o n tin e n t is d e c lared a g a in s t, and a s e r u n g th e rte h t o f F r a n c e o r a n y o th e r E u r o p e a n n a ­ tio n lo m a k e treaties a t w ill, w ith M e x ico o r an y o th e r A m e r ican pow e r. T h e speech seem s to be an elab o r a te reply to M r . P o lk s propositions w ith reg a r d to E u r o p e a n n o n in te r f e r e n c e , an d the whole of it will be read with interest in this country. POLAND. T h e L o n d o n T im e s o f the th ird in s t. sa y s : “ O u r last accou n ts f rom P o lan d a r e o f the s a m e m e lan c h o ly ch a r a c te r th a t belonged to all o u r w r itte n com m u n icatio n s from th a t co u n tr y du- rin D' m a n y m o n th s — n a y , y e a r s . F a m in e p r e ­ v a ils to s u c h an ex ten t th a t the ex p o r t ol p r o v is­ ions to C racow is p r o h ib ited.” SW E D E N . S tockholm .— A c c o u n ts f rom S tokholm o f the 30th o f D ecem b er, s ta te th a t S w e d e n is s i ffering severely from the effects o f sc a r c ity oi p r o v i­ sions So u r g e n t had been th e d istress, t h a t t h e troops had been em p loyed to b r e a k th e ice, for the s a k e o f f a c ilitatin g the a p p r o a c h o f corn la ­ den ships. _______________ _ _________ _ or two AnrRxsrrxcss wanted, at this office— Apply immediately. Those from the country would be pre­ ferred. JgrN e w s has been received b y E xpress o fthe capture o f J . W. H a b rikoton, tbe accomplice of Dr. H atch in the great Express R obbery at Ro­ chester a few months since. H e was taken in Indiana. W e believe h e is a graduate o f the Au - burn Prison ! _____________ B Y L A S T N I G H T ’S M A I L S . FROM TEXAS. Notice has been given by Gov. R unnells, Collect­ or o f Customs for the District of T exas, that Gal­ veston is the only port o f entry in Texas. According to the Civilian, a report h ad reached Corpus C hnsti to the effect that Chihuahua and some of the adjoining States, had declared their independence o f the Mexican government, and are determined to maintain a separate confedera­ cy. This m ay have something to do w ith the re­ cent m ovements of A rista in the N orth. The friends o f free trade, in W ashington, are delighted with the N ews by the C ambria, looking upon the passage o f Walker's bill now, as next to cerlain. _______________ B Y M A G N E T I C T E L E G R A P H . From the Utica Gazette, Feb. 24. jg p T h e Washington Union, speaking of the foreign news, says that the liberal spint mani­ fested by E ngland in regard to h e r Tariff, w ill be m et b y a corresponding m odification o f our Ta­ riff; and that it is not for tha United States to be outdone in such a career. In respect to Oregon, the Union ascribes the pacific feeling of E ngland to the determination of Congress to give the Notice and stand by the doc­ trines of the M essage; and that w hen that coun­ try is advised that the U nited States refuse Arbi- tration, the tone o f England will not b e changed. NEW YORK LEGISLATURE. Is S enate , Monday, Feb. 16th, Mr. Barlow- reported a bill in relation to the State Lunatic Asylum. A resolution was adopted, calling ior the amount paid each year for this institution. The resolution calling for the evidence taken on the Anti-Rent trials, w as adopted. 3Ir. Spencer spoke upon the Oregon and T ex­ as resolutions, to w hich h e was opposed. Mr. Sandford brought in a bill relative to tho insnection of hops. Feb. 17 th, Mr. C lark, from committee, report­ ed by bill to incorporate the Domestic and For­ eign Missionary Society of the E piscopal C hurch of tho U- S. A. Mr. Spencer concluded bis remarks on the Ore­ gon aud Texas question, w hich we are happy to know will in a few days be furnished at length. They were able and powerful arguments against the admission of Texas—“ B ut” said Mr. S. “ the thin\ is done. Texas is now in the Union. She is our younger sister; and he did not believe that w e w ere at liberty to repudiate the act, so far as Texas is concerded. She is entitled to protection and defence at our hands. But w hile he would go thus far, he would'never fail to denounce the acts of our government w hich made T exas a part of our Union.” In the course o f his remarks, Mr. S. said, he would remove the present restriction against the b l a c k ’ sexercising the right of suffrage. “For one Whig, he wa 3 ready to sweep this restriction from the Constitution, and remove the southern taunt, that w e were unwilling to place the negro upon an equal footing with the whites.” And not only so, he would extend the same rights to the Indians, so soon as they shall come in to our Government, and surrender their own. Feb. 18th, the question as to the appointment of State P rinter, occupied most of the day—noth­ ing however being accomplished. Feb. 19th, a long debate arose on the resolu­ tion calling ou the Select C ommittee on anti-rent to report. Col. Young is taking decided ground for relief to the tenants if it can be afforded them. The Senate refused to adopt a resolution in­ structing the anti-rent committee to report in ten days. The Oregon resolutions next came up, during which Mr. Jones, a member from New York, elected by the B arn Burners, m ade a long speech, iu the course of w hich he read a long list ot m eas­ ures w hich ho contended the Young, “ progres­ sive\ democracy, of w hich he w as one, w ere em­ phatically in favor of. Among them was one de­ claring opposition to the proposition to allow the negroes to participate in the State government by voting at elections. He w as not only opposed to all extension o f the right of suffrage, but would also oppose the continuance o f the property quali­ fication as at present extended to the blacks They should have no part in the State Govern­ ment ! Feb. 20th, Mr. Putnam offered a resolution re­ quiring the D istrict A ttorney of C ayuga county to transmit a copy of all the testimony taken before the Coroner’s ju ry iu relation to the death of the convict Plumb. Here arose a debate of some warmth, in the course of which the B aru B urn­ ing Senators from this district, slxoweu plainly enough that nothing on their p a rt should be left undone that could aid iu sustaining the present cruel and corrupt m anagement of that Institution. The resolution, however, was at length passed— Ayes 19—uoes 5. I n A s s e m b l y , Feb. 16th. The H ouse ordered the printiug of 950 copies only of the Report of the C omptroller on the canal expenses. A. reso­ lution w as adopted calling on the Inspectors of the state prisons for their regulations for the pun­ ishment o f the convicts. The list of those pun­ ished, and the cause of punishment, and tho effect produced b y such punishment. Mr. T ilden made a speech on the anti-rent res­ olutions and the G overnor's Message. The Railroad Committee reported that there was no foundation in the charges m ade against the Albany and W est Stockbridge R. R. Co. that they hod refused to carry the U. S. m ail. Feb. 19 th, this being the day for private claims, the bill for the relief of the contractors on the en­ larged E rie canal through Rome, came up in com­ mittee. 3Ir. Coe offered a substitute for the bill, that the Canal B oard estimate the w ork done and not paid for on the enlarged canal at Rome, and that the amount and interest be paid out of any appro- priatinn which may be made ou account of the enlargement. The debate was continued for hours—but no question w as taken. Feb. 21st. By consent, Mr. W orden brought in a bill in relation to discipline in State Prisons and to abolish corporeal punishment therein. The following is a synopsis o f this b ill:— 1. That all personal chastisements in these prisons be abolished. 2. Requires the inspectors to establish general rules for the regulation and discipline of their respective prisons, to be observed by the convicts. 3. That these rules be printed and placed in the cells of the prison, and periodically read in the presence o f the convicts. 4. That whenever any convict is charged with violating these rules, the inspectors shall enquire into the case, ant if they determine h e is guilty, h e shall be punished by so­ litary imprisonment n o t exceeding 30 days, during which he may be fed on bread ond w a ter; and that a record of all proceedings, and the punishment awarded, shall be kept 5. That if a convict violate these general rules twice in any one year, 30 days for every such second violation shall be added to the term of his imprisonment; and that a pardon from the Governor, unless specially directed, shall not take effect until the expiration o f such extended imprisonment. b. The bill contains general provisions applicable to the subject. A B e n e v o l e n t E n t e r p r i s e . — We learn from the Greenfield G azette that several young men in Sunderland, a few years since, formed them selves into a benevolent socieiy. Their plan was. to hire and cultivate several acres o f land the avails of w hich should be given lo some be­ nevolent object. The enterprise has succeeded beyond their most sanguine anticipations. The sonety has contribnted since its formation, (183S) as the avails o f its labor. $500, which have been given to the Foreign, Home Mission, Bible and Tract Societies. The crops raised thejfirst year amounted to 8100, and those o f the last y e a r $90. T h i s i s a h ig h ly co m m e n d a ­ ble enterprise, a n d fu r n i s h e s a u s e f u l lesson to to all, s h o w in g how m u c h c a n be done b y a lit­ tle determ ined effort.— [ B o s ton J o u r n a l . S ad D ea t h .— C h a r les M e C lure, E s q . ,l a t e S e c ­ retary o f S ta t e in .P e n n s y lv a n ia w a s k i l l e d a t Pittsburgh, a few days since, by falling down the back stairs of his boarding house. H ts n eck w as broken by the fall. He was a gentleman of fine talents an d hig h ch a r a c t e r - M e x i c o — Advices have been received to the 14th ul'tmo, at W ashington, from Mexico- M r. Slidell was there H e was to leave ior Jalapa, on the 17th. He had obtained an escort to that place. Not the slightest insult had been offered him. He had not yet been received by the gov­ ernment in hts official capacity, n either had they declined his reception ; and in fact, there was no reason to believe he would not be a s accept­ able to the government o f Faredes as to that o f Herrera. C ongress.—Nothing o f moment on Saturday. The H ouse adjourned to Tuesday. |3PD ates from Vera C ruz to the 1st, represent the government o f P aredes in the full enjoyment of power, to the apparent satisfaction of all. SS^Galveston dates of the 10th inst. Nothing new. • B o s to n M a r k e t s , Feb. 21.—Moderate sates Genesee Flour at $5,69. Sales Southern white Com at 62c.; Yellow fiat at 65 and 68c. It is said that dishonored produce hills to a considerable amount came back by the Cambria, the parties on the other side having suspended in consequence of large losses in the English railroad bubble. New York L e g islature, Tuesday, 12 £ P . M. In the H ouse , bills w ere reported to erect the town of W right from tho town o f Schoharie, aud the town o f Binghamton from the town of C he­ nango. A minorily report against the n e w county o f Unadilla was made. The bill to erect the couniy and lhe minority report, w ere made the special order for the 9th of M arch.'4 In the S enate , Mr. Sedgwick, with the view of proceeding with the public business, moved that the bill to erect Schuyler county, be taken up. Lost—12 to 9. A resolution, by a unanimous vole was adopt­ ed, calling for further evidence in the case of Plumb. 8,000 bushels o f cranberries w ere sold at F a n - eutl Hall, Boston, during the past season, for §3 per bushel—$24,000!—[Exchange paper. W e sometimes h ear o f labor saving machines, and I have sometimes entertained hopes that a tax paying machine would be invented, or some mode suggerted to relieve us from the burden of useless taxation. That we are subjected lo useless taxation is w hat very few deny. W hence does it arise, and how can it be avoided ? Every one is prepared to answer this in his own way, and to propose his own remedy ; of course, the reasons and the remedies are various as the individuals; but “ every man to his h o b ­ by” is not the way to get at the truth. Exces­ sive taxation originates not so much in man as in systems, and measures ; If the system be w rong, the incidents, the men who are its agents, will take advantage o f the privileges it confers, as a m atter o f course, and they become the instru­ ments o f w rong. Let us go behind men and cor­ rect the charters under w hich they act. If our state L egislature spends h alf its time in discussing questions of local interest merely, and which might be disposed o f in the towns and counties, o u r representatives a te not to be abused for this. It is their duty. Tf the organ­ ization of the Judiciary is defective we are chargable in taxation for its defects ; and if ju s­ tice costs us twice what it is worth after we get it, it is our duty to adopt some system which will reduce its price as well as prevent delay. Probably every department of our state gov­ ernment can be changed for the better so a# to diminish taxation We have, however, become somewhat attached to the existing order of things, and it needs the aid of the fault finding spirit to rouse ns to action. Then ns to dele­ gates, in them the convention is to be the “ cure all’’ but its practical benefit will not be worih a straw if we select men to represent u s there who are ignorant o f what has been, is, and shonld be. W e therefore want honest men, wise men, men who can rise above private and partizan views, and act for us all. We want enlightened patri­ otism, if we can find it. A fool o f the most or­ dinary capacity can teardo'wn the most splendid edifice, but we now want sktlfnl and experienc­ ed architects who can build up a s well as tear down. ___________________ # L egal R e form —'The Legal Profession. It is difficult to conceive why the present mockery of “ admitting attorneys” &c. should not be made to give place to something in the common sense line ; which while it should fur­ nish an incentive to students to apply them ­ selves, would afford security to the public, o f at least, o n e thing—i. e., that those that are admit­ ted had enough “ science de law” io carry- them safely through a strict and thorough examina­ tion. Give a young man to understand that he must be examined, not only as now, tn the practice, but also in the principles of the law, and he will see the necessity o f grounding himself in those principles with “ some depth o f root.” 31ake more depend on qualification, manifested in a severe and scrutitizing review, and less or no- thing on the “ lime and place which’’— and al­ though some would h ave to study much longer than they now do before they could pass the or­ deal, others might not find the time any longer, and all would be likely to spend their clerkships to belter advantage both to themselves and to the public. ______________ * In t e r e s t i n g I n d i a n I n t e l l i g e n c e . The St. L ouis Bevtlle has the following inter­ esting intelligence from a gentleman who had just arrived at that city from F o rt F A. C. near the F a lls o f the Missouri, and upwards o f 2.700 miles from St. Louis: On the 17th o f last June, some seven hundred ofthe Crows fell upon a small party o fthe Black- feet, w ho had camped about seventy-five miles from the F o rt, and in advance of the main body. The Crows killed twenty two, w ounded as many more, took upward o f a hundred women and children prisoners, and succeeded in capturing three hundred horses. Intelligence o f their dis­ astrous defeat having been conveyed to the main body of Blackfeet, they came up, and, though less in numbers than the Crows, attacked them in turn, and fought so desperately that the latter were compelled to retreat to a place th ey had strongly fortified, w hich they succeeded in reach­ ing with al! their plunder, though most o f iheir prioners escaped. The Blackfeet were not strong enough to dislodge the Crows ftom their postion and ultimately retired. The battle continued between various parties of each tribe for quite four days. The actual number o f killed in the affair it was difficult to obtain. The Crows ac­ knowledge a loss of eight or ten killed and sev- eral wounded. Our inform ant states that the Blackfeet intend to revenge themselves upon their enemies the coming spring. It appears that the majority o f the tribe w ere on the other side of the m ountains near the head waters of the C olumbia, w hether it is their custom o f got ing every spring, and that those who are en­ gaged tn this affair with the Crows were bu- an advanced p arty w ho had recrossed the m oun­ tains somewhat earlier than usual. The Crows had been driven into the neighbor- hood where the fight occurred—which is called in parlance the “Blackfoot Country”— by the Sioux, w ho were out in great force against them. They usually visit that section of the country likewise, w hen the B lackfeet are absent. About a fortnight before the fight, a small party o f the B lackfeet attacked the ‘horse g u ard’ at F o rt F . A. C a trading post o f the American Fur C ompany, killed one m an named Jam es Riquett, whose family is supposed to be in this City; seriously wounded another, and succeeded in stealing thirty horses that belonged to the post. The Crows and B lackfeet, as may be known, are bitter enemies, always assailing each other whenever they can get an opportunity to do so, with deadly hostility- The former are very friendly to the whites, and the latter tribe di­ rectly the reverse. LAW S OF N E W -Y O R H . [ by a u t h o r ity -] {Every Law, unleu i different time ihsll be prescribed th e r e in , s h a l l c o m m e n c e a n d t a k e e S e c t t h r o u g h o u t t h e S t a t e on ami not hefure tho twontipfh do/ ofor tUp do/ of *t* passage, as certified by tbe Secretary of State.—Sec. 12, title chap. 7, pare J, Kev. Scat.] [Every Law 10 published by him, (the State Printer,) may be read ia evidence from the paper in which i t shall be con­ tained, in ail courts of justice in tbis Slate, and in ail pro­ ceeding* before any officer, body or board, in whieh it snail be thought necessary to refer thereto, until three months af- ter the close ofthe session in which it became a law.—Sec. 8 , title 7, chap. 8 , part 1, Rev. St&t.] C h a p . 14. An act to amend an act entitled “An act relating to excise and to licensing retailers o f intoxica­ ting liquors,” passed May 14,1845. Passed F ebruary IS, 1846. The people of the State o f New York, repre­ sented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as fol­ lows : — $ 1. T he first section of the act entitled “ an act relating to excise and to licensing retailers of intoxicating liquors,” passed May 141, 1845, is hereby amended so as to read as follows: “On the third T uesday o f May next, and oni the T ues­ day next preceding the first Monday of May in every y ear thereafter, w hen b y the term s of this net, or the a c t h ereby amended, a meeting of the electors in any town o r city in this State snail be necessary, the electors o f the several towns and cities in this State, shall determine b y ballot whether the boards o f excise, in their respective, towns and cities shall o r shall not grant licenses' for the sale o f intoxicating liquors.” $ 2. T he annual meeting o f the commissioners of excise for the several cities and towns in this State, shall be held for the y ear one thousand eight hundred and forty-six, and fbr that y ear on­ ly, on the third Wednesday o f May n e x t: and the licenses before that time granted toi the k eep­ ers o f inns and taverns and to grocers, shall con­ tinue in force until the said third Wednesday of May n ext and no longer. § 3. I t shall b e the d u ty of the several town clerks, o r other officers b y w hom the proceedings of town meetings and charter elections in cities are usually entered, w ithin ten days after the vote provided for b y this act and the act h ereby amen­ ded shall be taken, to transmit to the clerk of their respective counties a statement of the num­ ber of votes for and against license in their sever­ al towns and cities. It.<£B_^aiso b e the duty ol the several county cle’aM H thin ten days after receiving such returns as aioresaid to transmit a statement thereof to the Secretary of S tate. § 4. This act shall not apply to the city and county of N ew York. * ~ § 5. This act shall take effect immediately. State o f New York, ? I have compared the pre- Sccretary’s Office. J ceding w ith the original law on file in this office, and do certify that the same is a correct transcript therefrom and o f the w hole of the said original. N. S. BENTON, S ecretary of State. E xecution of M r s . V an V a l k e n b b r s h . —The effect of the Governor’s refusal to pardon this wretched woman, her subsequent confession, and the circumstances attending her execution, are thus given in lhe F ulton Co. D em o crat: The prisoner had, previous to the time the Sheriff received the Governors communication, refused to confess her guilt, and maintained herself with much stoical firmness: but on learning that there w as no longer any hope for her, her fortitude began in some measure to fail, and she began to feel more sensibly h er awful situation. On T hursday, the 22t1 inst., two days previous to her execution, she made a full con­ fession o f the crime for which she was to die, and acknowledged the justice of the sentence which was shortly to end her existence, in the presence of Judge Weston, John W. C ady, late District attorney, Sheriff Thompson, R ev. Jas. Otterson, and Rev. David E y ster. In the con­ fession she dented having poisoned her first hus­ band, whom it had been reported she had also murdered. B u t on Friday morning, the °,3d inst , as her end rapidly approached, she added a codicil to her first confession, or raiher made an additional confession, admitting that she had given her first husband a dose o f arsenic, whieh, although he did not die immediately, was ulti­ mately the cause o f his death. We are informed by those who witnessed the execution, lhat the scene was awful. Notwith­ standing she had expressed to others ihat she had a hope of forgiveness from her M a k e r; yet when brought from her cell, her face showed a most haggard appearance, and the visage o f de­ spair was depicted upon her countenance ! Af­ ter she was brought to the gallows, a prayer was offered np by Rev. Mr. Hitchcock—she then spoke a tew words to those present, and said that if there were any drunkards or trans gressors present they m ust take warning from her fate ; and then commenced praying to God to have mercy on her soul. The drop was then let fall, and as the rope straightened upon her neck and just as she raised from her leet, she gave a shriek and passed from time into eterni ty. Thus ended the lile o f a lewd and wretched woman ! who had sent two husbands (perhaps unprepared} into another world ! W O O D W A N T E D , A T T H I S T T OFFICE.—Those of our Subscribers who intend paying in Wood, ■will confer a favor by doing so du­ ring the present season of sleighing. No time like the present. Feb. 26. PATTERN DRAWING WORK, [ G a r d e n street, A u b u r n , N . Y . jr. I*. M R G t S O N , Having had upwards of twenty years experience as prac­ tical PATTERN DRAWER, putting out some of the best wprks in this country, solicits a trial. BRUSSELS. CHENILE, INGRAIN 3 & 3 PLY, T u f t e d R u g , R n i n a s k , H a i r C l o t h , C o v e r , l e t , and any other Figured Cloth Designs, on hand, with other general Draughting.-} and Designs. Improvements in construction, good work, expedition, and LOW CHARGES will be found at hi9 estahlishmenc- Eg'-An Apprentice wanted. Auburn, Feb. 24,1846. 43ctf [\T E W B O O K S ! N E W B O O K S !! JA at WYNKOOPS’ Cheap Cash B ookstore. A System of Logic, Katiocinative and Inductive, being a connected view of tqe Principles of Evidence, and the methods of Scientific Investigation,by Jno. Stuart Mils. Philanthropy, or my Mother’s Bible. The Stepmother, by G. P. R. James, 2d part. The Elves, translated by Thos. Carlyle. Forecastle Tom, a new supply. The Cousins, or Early Life. R E F I N E D M O U L D C A N D L E S . T H E Subscribers are manufacturing a sa p e rior article o f refined MOULD CANDLES), Nos. 6 and 8 , which they offer at the low est mar- I ket prices. Merchantsand others wanting a good I article, willdo well iccalland w tn> |n e - ‘f e r “ s i C a s h . T hey have a lso a large stock ol* G R O C E R I E S , . [ which ih e y w ill sell oa such terms a s lo induce merchants wishing a supply, to call belore pur- l chasing elsewhere. A H- 3c J . BU liT, N o 7 Genesee-st. N. B . Cash paid for T allow. Auburn, J a n u a ry 21st, 18-15.—38tf. U R E IN S U R A N C E — T h e H o w - a r d I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n y of New York, at- i ter paying all Iheir losses by the late fire, have two hundred thousand dollars cash capital left; I and they continue to insure Merchandize, Dwell­ ings and Stores on as favorable term s as any other sound Company. Applications for insu­ rance may be made to T . 31. H U N T , Auburn Agent for C ayuga Countv. August 1 9,1845. F Feb. 24. — “ A B o o k t h e not been seen.” The Complete Concordance to Shakspeare,beinga Ver­ bal Index to all the passages in the Dramatic Works of the poet, by Mary Cowaen Clarke. For sale by Feb. 25. II. & J. C. IVISON. W E E K L Y P A P E R S . - V? 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Country M erchants and others will find it to their advantage to call betore purcha­ sing. H O W E L L 3c BROTHERS, 137 B roadway, two doors below Ciiv Hotel, N .Y . N E W H I S T O R Y FOR S C H O O L S . History of fhe United States, b y Marcius Wilson. This book of History is highly recommended. For eale at DERBY'S School Bookstore, Feb- 25. 107 Genesee-st. Na fT I H E F ir m o f J . 4133 A S. BARTLETT Sc Co. was dissolved on the 23d January, 1846. All debts due us must be paid without delay. Feb. 25. AND MAKING! The Subscriber would res- >eectfully inform the citizens of Auburn and vicinity, that te still may be found at his Old Shop, O p p o s i t e th e M a r k e t , on Market Street, with an excellent assort­ ment of CABINET FURNITURE AND CHAIRS, for sale at the I i o w r a t P r i c e s f o r C a s h . He has also on hand and for sale, a lot of VENEERS, MAHOGANY BOARDS, and VARNISH. ROBERT PEAT. Auburn, Feb. 18,1846. 4Gw6 T O L E T . — T h e D w e l l i n g HOUSE and Premises now occupied by^the .Sub­ scriber, corner of Genesee and James streets.— Possession given on the first day of May next. Feb. 24. 43w4 P. G. CLARK. \T E W B O O K S . A L D E N & _ _\| MARKHAM have ju s t rec’d the Life nnd Adventures of the Reformed Inebriate, D. H. Robinson, M. D. Memoir of Laman Blanchard, edited by Bulwer. Every Man his own Doctor, or Guide to Health. Webster’s Dictionary, (University edition,) with a Me­ moir of the author. The Constable’s Manual, being a compendium of the Powers, Duties, Privileges and Liabilities of Constables, by a Member of the Bar. Also n new supply of the er, containing a correct Log Measure, *fcc. ' “ CITY BOOKSTORE. [J. S. BARTLETT, H. L. KNIGHT, S. B. GROSVENOR. C A B I N E T VJ CHAIR m a k : N E W S P R I N G G O O D S . J UST received a t JNO. E . B E A R D S L E Y ’S, 79 Genesee st. Auburn, a choice assortment of N E W SPRING GOODS, ot the most desirable patterns, w hich w i ll b e s o ld C h e a p . All w ho wish to purchase w ill find it io their advantage to call a n a select from the v a­ riety received. Among the various goods will be found Rich Grenadine Silks o f every pattern, (a I new article for Dresses.) Rich R epd 31. O’Laine, do, “ Lawn and Broche Ginghams. New style B alzorine and Berages. Drab Moreen, Grass and Corded S k irts, C ra­ vats, Shawls and F rench Collars. EE7* D on’t forget 79 G e n e s e e S t., at the Prison Carpet W arehouse. N .B . ALVA S E Y M O U R ,(form erlyem p lo y ­ ed by G. V . O rton ,) takes this opportuniiy to [inform his friends and acquaintances, that he will be found al the above place, and would be | happy to see them.— A uburn, April, 1845. T Y P E F O U N D R Y A N D P R I N T E R ’ S F U R N I S H I N G W A R E H O U S E . m O P R I N T E R S . T H E S u b s c i u - X BERS have opened a new T ype Foundry in Ihe city o f New York, where they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for any kind o f job or fancy type, and every article necessary lor a Printing Office. The type, w hich are cast in new moulds, from an entirely new set o f m aterials, w ith deep coun­ ters are warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and will be sold a t prices to suit the times. Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam Engines of the most approved patterns. N. B .— A machinist is constantly in attend­ ance to repair P resses and do light work. Editors of newspapers, who will buy three times as much type as their bills amount to, may give the above six months insertion in their papers, and send their papers containing it to the subscribers. COCKCROFT Sc OVEREND, 30m6 68 Ann St., N ew York. I S E L L I N G O F F A T C O S T J . W . STU R T E V A N T 3c CO., are now offering their stock o f D ry Goods at Cost, 39 G enesee-st. Auburn. Jan. 26, 1846. T 1 R e a d y R e c k o n e r , < & c . A ll t o b e h a d a t t h e EW HOMOEOPATHY BOOKS. Hahnemann’s Materia Medica, Vol. 1st. H n h n e m o n n ’s C h r o n i c D ise a s e s , V o l. 4 t h . J u s t p u b l i s h e d a n d fo r s a l e b y J . C . D B R B Y C O . W W EW BOOKS. — MILLS’ SYtf- _ TEM OF LOGIC. A System o f Logic, Ra- tiocinative nnd inductive, by John Stuart Mills. 1 vol. Stories from the Italian Poets, by Leigh Hunt Keats’ Poetical Works, in 2 parts. Just published and for sale by J. C. DERBY & CO. OLD PENS. o f Benedict and received nt the G ( — A N e w S u p p l y Barney’s GOLD PENS, C I T Y B O O K S T O R E . E W PIANO MUSIC.— A q u a n - titv o f Marches, Waltzes, Songs, entirely new. Al*o, F e r r a t t 's M u s ic f o r t h e M illion, n t t h e F e b . 25. C I T V B O O K S T O R E . YATT’S TRIAL.— T h e T r i a l of W yatt for the m u rd er o f Gordon, in p a m p h l e t f o r m , p u b l i s h e d a n d fo r s a le a t t h e F e b . 5. C I T Y B O O K S T O R E . w — A NEW by the thousand, hundred, dozen or single, to suit purchasers, jit the City B o o k s t o r e o f HOLORED PRINTS. \ J s u p p l y o f C o l o r e d P r i n t s , A L D E N & M A J tK H A M . N e w Y o r k M a r k e t — S a t u r d a y * M o n e y M a r k e t — C i t y N e w s .— T h e r e Is a d e c i d e d l y b e t t e r f e e l i n g i n e v e r y t h i n g s i n c e t h e a r r i v a l l o f t h e s t e a m e r . P u b l i c a t t e n t i o n i s n o w tu r n e d to W a s h i n g t o n to s e e h o w t h e n e w s w i l l b e re c e i v e d th e r e , a n d w h a t e f t e c t i t w i l l h a v e . A l t h o u g h n o o n e a r t i c l e h a s ju m p e d u p , y e t t h e r e is r e n e w e d co n f i d e n c e , a n d p e r s o n s w h o w e r e w a i t i n g n r e n o w p r e p a r e d t o m a k e n e w a r r a n g e m e n t s , a n d t o e m b a r k in n e w b u s in e s s . W e h a v e s e l d o m 6 e e n m o r e - s t r i k i n g e f f e c ts fro m a n y n e w s . P r o d u c e i s h e l d m o r e firm l y , b u t w i t h o u t m a t e r i a l c h a n g e i n p r i c e s . F l o u r ia d u l l ; tn e la s t a c c o u n t s d o n o t w a r r a n t s h i p m e n t s . R y e a n d C o m a r e th e o n l y d e s c r i p ’ lio n s o f g r a i n th a t h a v e i m p r o v e d . — [ E x p r e s s . F l o u r — G e n e s e e is s e l l i n g f o r c o n s u m p t i o n a t $5,62£ . M ic h i g a n 5,50, a n d H o w a r d s t r e e t 5,12&. B y e F l o u r , $4. M e a l, $3,50 a n d 375. G r a i n — C o m a n d R y e h a v e b o t h a d v a n c e d s i n c e th e n-jw a f r o m E u r o p e . S a l e s o f 0,000 b u s h e l s o f t h e l a t t e r a t 8 2 c ts. C o m h a s g o n e o f f f r e e l y a t 68 c t s fo r N o r t h C a r o lin n a n d N e w J e r s e y — t h e s u p p l i e s o f th e l a t t e r a r c sm a ll. O a t 3 d u l l ; n o t h i n g d o i n g i n W h e a t P r o v isio n s — -S i n c e th e a r r i v a l o f th e s t n n m e r t h e r e is m o r e firm n e s s i n t i i e m a r k e t f o r b o t h B e e f a n d P o r k . L a r d is d u l l — f a i r O l d O h i o a t a n d G$ o t?. T h e civ ilized w h i t e m a n g e n e r a l ly roam si o v e r th e forest* a n d m o u n ta i n s u n in terested in, a n d u n c o n s c i o u s o f t h e g r e a t m e d ical u t i l i t y o f t h e routs, b a r k s , an d plan t* w h ic h su r r o u n d h i s p a t h a t e v e r y step . N o t so, h o w e v e r , w i t h t h e u n c iv i l ­ iz e d ic d m a n . T h e fo r e s t a n d th o m o u n ta i n to n a r e his ho m e , n n d h e k n o w s o f n o o t h e r m e d icin e in h is s ick n e s s b u t th e p r o d u c t i o n o f t h a t f o r e s t, w h ic h e x p e r i e n c e a n d tiie t r a ­ d itio n o f h i s f a t h e r s h a v e t a u g h t h im n r e g o o d t o c u r e nil t h e diseases t h a t afflict m o r tal m a n T h u s i l w a s , b y m u c h In ­ d i a n ex p e r i e n c e a n d p r a c t i c a l o b s e r v a t io n ’ n n d u s e , H m n t p In d i a n P u l m o n a r y B a l s a m p r o v e d to b e t h e g r e i t P u r if y e r o f th e B lood, a n d th e m o s t c e r t a in a n d n e v e r failin g c u r e for c o n s u m p t io n , s c r o f u la a n d a ll c u t a n e o u s a n d sk in diseas es, e v e r b e fo r e k n o w n . In p r o o f o f t h is, w o re f e r t o t h e le t ­ te r s a n d sta t e m e n t s (w h i c h c a n b e h a d o f a g e n t s g r a t i s ,) o f G e n . J o h n D u n n i n g , cu r e d o f c o n s u m p t io n , U a p t a in E*/.ra K n a p p , w h o w a s w o n d e r f u lly cu r e d o f scro f u lo u s ery s ip e ­ las o f b o t h legs, M rs. J e r e m i a h S c h e n c k a n d o t h e r s , cu r e d o f ho p e less c o n s u m p t io n . S e e a d v e r t ise m e n t in a n o t h e r c o l ­ u m n . 4 l w 2 S o ld b y T . M . H U N T , D r u g g ist, A u b u r n T h e t r i u m p h s o f t h o U u n g u r i a n B u lsam . in c a s e s o f s e a ted c o n s u m p t io n , a r e t h e su b j e c t o f g e n e r a l r e m a r k T h i s c e le­ b r a t e d m e d i c in e h a s b e e n teste d fo r u p w a r d s o f six y e n r s in G r e a t B r itain a n d o n t h e c o n ti n e n t o f E u r o p e , w h e r e it h a s asto n i s h e d t h e m e d ical f u c u l t y by its u n p a r a l le l e d su c c e s s in th e c u r e o f c o n s u m p t io n , a n d i t is n o w u n i v e r s a ll y r e c e iv e d a s th e g r e a t a n d o n ly r e m e d y f o r t h a t d r e a d d i s e a s e . P a m p h le t s r e s p e c ti n g t h i s G r e a t English! R e m e d y m a y b e h n d g r a t i s o f 'P . M . H U N T , o n ly A g e n t i n A u b u r n , a n d o f A g e n ts t h r o u g h o u t t h e c o u n ty . S a n d 's S a r s a p a r i l l a . — U n c a s e v il lo , C t ., M a r c h 3 d , 1^43.— M e ssrs. A . U. S a n d s & C o .— G e n t le m e n ,— P e r m i t m o t o a d d a n o th e r t o th o m a n y t e s tim o n ials in fa v o r o f y o u r S a r s a p a ­ rilla . I w a s , a b o u t se v e n y e a r s a g o , sic k fo r m a n y y e a r s w ith a bilious fev e r , d u r in g w h i c h I to o k a g r e a t d e a l o f p o w e r f u l m e d icin e . T h i s l e f t m e w i t h a l a m e n e s s a n d p n i n in m y j o i n t s w h i c h w a s v e r y d istressin g . I w a s n t t h e sa m e tim e t r o u b l e d w i t h n s w e llin g o f m y a n k le s , a tt e n d e d w i t h so m u c h in f lam m a tio n as t o ren d e r i t i m p o s s i b l e t o b e a r t h e l e a s t clo t h i n g u p o n t h e m . T h e y w o u l d fre q u e n tly u l c e r a te , n n d d i s c h a r g e f o r a l o n g tim e , w h e n th e y w o u l d h e n l, a n d he im m e d iately follow e d b y a v i o le n t f e v e r . I h a v e a lso been tro u b l e d fo r a lo n g t im e w i t h a p n in in m y s id e , w h ic h is n o w e n ti r e l y c u r e d , a n d m y o t h e r distresses r e liev e d . J LUCY HILARY. I a m a c q u a i n t e d w i t h M rs D ilnhy, a n d co n s id e r h e r s t a t e ­ m e n t e n ti t le d t o t h e fu ll e s t co n f id e n c e . F o r f u r t h e r p a r t i c u l a r s , a n d c o n c l u s i v e e v i d e n c e o f i t s su ­ p e r io r v a l u e n n d effica c y , s e e - p a m p h l e t s , w h i c h m a y bo o b • ta i n e d o f a g e n t s g r a t i s . P r e p a r e d a n d s o ld , w h o l e s a l e a n d r e t a i l , b y A . B S A N D S C o , D r u g g ists a n d C h e m ists, 2 7 3 B r o a d w a y , N e w Y o r k . P r ic e $ 1 p e r b o t t l e ; s i x b o t tl e s f o r 8 5 I K r F o r s a l e b y R I C H A R D S T E E L a n d T . M . H U N T . A g e n t s , A u b u r n . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ C o u n t y B i b l e M e e t i n g : , T h e a n n u a l m e e t in g o f t h e C n y u g a C o u n t y B i b le S o c iety w i l l b e h e ld a t F l e m i n g , o n F r id a y , F e b r u a r y 2 7 t h T h e o p e n in g n d d r e s s w ill b e d e liv e r e d a t 10 A . M ., b y R e v 'd J . S . M itch e ll. I n th e a f t e r n o o n im p o r t a n t b u s in e s s is t o be t r a n s ­ a c t e d , a n d rep o r t s p r e s e n ted , a n d b r i e f a d d r e s s e s d e liv e r e d b y se v e r a l g e n tl e m e n w h o a r e e x p e c t e d to b e p r e s e n t. L . E . L A T H R O P , P res*t. ) C a v u g a F. L. GRISWOLD, Sec’y. V Co. A M A S A L O R D , A g e n t . S B ib le S o c i e t y TVTEW BOOKS ! NEW BOOKS!! IN at IVISONS’ Bookstore. A P y p t c m o f L o g i c , K a t i o c i n a t i v e a n d In d u c t i v e , b y J n o . S t u a r t M ill. A F i r s t a n d S e c o n d L a t i n B o o k , b y T . K . A r n o l d , M . A., c a r e f u l l y re v i s e d a n d c o r r e c t e d b y R e v . J . A S p e n c e r . A L i f e in C a l if o r n ia , d u r i n g re s i d e n c e o f s e v e r a l y e a r s in t h a t T e r r i t o r y , b y a n A m e r i c a n . T h e S t a t i s t i c a l C o m p a n i o n fo r 1846, c o n t a i n i n g , i n a d d i ­ tio n t o t h e C a l e n d a r P a ^ - s T m d - l i s t s o f P u b l i c O f f icers, g e ­ n e r a l in f o r m a t i o n re s p e c t i n g th e U n i t e d S t a t e s a n d E u ­ r o p e , w i t h a n a c c o u n t o f t h e p r e s e n t R o y a l F a m i l i e s o f E u ­ r o p e , b y E d w i n W i l l i a m s . U l u s t i a t e d w i t h 17 p o r t r a i t s . A P i c t u r e o f N e w Y o r k i n 1846, a G u i d e t o s t r a n g e r s , & c . w i t h n u m e r o u s e n g r a v i n g s a n d a M a p o f t h e c it y . P h i l a n t h r o p y , o r m y M o t h e r 's B ib le. A u b u r n , F e e . 2 3 ,18-16. I N C H A N C E R Y .—B efore the _ Vice Chancellor o f the 7th Circuit. T h o m a s D e v o e a n d R a c h e l l i i 9 w i f e , v s . J o h n B e v i e r a n d o t h e r s . B ill fo r th e p a r t i t i o n o f la n d s . A r c i i i h a t # d P . T h o m p s o n , o f A u b u r n , C a y u g a C o ., N . Y ., C o m p ’t s ’ iroli- CltH a n n n h B e v i e r , w h o s e p l a c e o f r e s i d e n c e Is i n th e S t a t e o f O h io , a n d G e o r g e B e v i e r , w h o s e p l a c e o f re s i d e n c e ia u n k n o w n , t w o o f t h e d e f e n d a n t s in th e a b o v e s u i t a r e r e ­ q u i r e d t o a p p e a r i n th e s a i d c a u s e b y th e t w e n t i e t h d a y o f May n e x t , o r th e b i ll filed th e r e i n w i l l b e ta k e n a s c o n ­ fe s s e d b y t h e m . 4 3 c 3 w T H E G E N U I N E P A T E N T THOMSON'S P ractical A rith ­ metic .—2000 Copies have been [ sold in four weeks. Testimonials of its superiority by County and Town Superintendents o f District Schools, and the Principal of the Female Seminary, Auburn. A uburn , January 5, 1848. J a m e s B . T h o m s o n , E s q . — I h a v e c a r e f u ll y e x a m i n e d y o u r “ P r a c t i c a l A r i t h m e t i c , ” u n d find i t t o be r e a l ly w h a t i i ts n a m e im p lies—- a P r a c t i c a l A r i t h m e t i c ; j u s t s u c h & w o r k I a s w i l l f u lly effect t h e leg i t im a t e o b jects o f p u r s u in g t h i s s c i - 1 en c e — t h a t . . f d iscip lin in g t h e p u p i ls m in d , a n d o f f ittin g h im [ t o ap p ly its p r in c ip les i n te l li g e n t l y to p r a c t i c a l p u r p o s e s T h e n a t u r a l u n d j u d i c i o u s a r r a n g e m e n t o f t h e s e v e r a l p a r t s o f t h e w o r k — t h e c o p io u s m c u t a l ex e rcises - t h e u n io n o f th e a n a l y t i c a n d sy n th e t ic sy s tem s — t h e p i a c t i c a l di ectio n s to tea c h e r s , dec., & c , a r o fea tu r e s o f th o w o r k w h i c h T e a c h e r s an d lea r n e r s c a n n o t f a il t o a p p r e c i a t e . I co n fid e n tly c o m m e n d t h e P r a c t i c a l A r i th m e ti c ” lo t h e a t t e n ion o f p a r e n t s a n d tea c h e r s , a n d w o u l d b e g lad to see it im m e d ia te l y in tro d u c e d iu a l l t h e sch o o ls o f t h is co u n ty . Y o u r s , t r u l y , E . G . S T O R K E , C o u n t y ? u p t . o f S c h o o ls, C a y u g a C o . 1 fu ll y c o n c u r in t h o a b o v e recom m e n e . 'lio n , n n d b e liev in g ‘T h o m s o n 's P r a c t i c a l A r i th m e ti c ” t o t . th e w o r k w h i c h o u g h t t o be p l a c e d in t h e h a n d s o f t h o s e \ *ho a r e seek in g a p r a c t ic u l k n o w l e d g e o f t h i s i m p o r ta n t s c ien c e , sh a l l im m e d i­ ate l y i n tro d u c e i t i n to t h e s c h o o l u n d e r m y c h a r g e . T . i* V E R S O N , T e u r h e r D ist. N o . 2 . A u b u r n . I c o n c u r in th e a b o v e . W M . B O Y N T O N . T e a c h e r D ist. N o . 6 , A u b u r n . P i t o r . J . B. T h o m s o n , S i r : — I h u v e n o t o n l y e x a m i n e d y o u r \ P r u c ti c a l A r i th m e ti c , ' h u t h a v e i n tr o d u c e d i t i n to t h e sch o o l, under m y c a r e ; it m e e ts m y e x p e c t a ti o n s fu lly , tic. C P. W I L L I A M S , T e a c h e r H i s t N o . 4, A u b u r n . P r o f T h o m s o n : I h a v e heen fav o r e d w i t h n n e x a m i n a ­ tio n o f y o u r “ P r a c t i c a l A r i th m e ti c ,” a n d am fully c o n v in c e d o f i t s su p e r io r m e r its, a n d s h a l l i m m e d ia te l y i n tro d u c e i t i n to th o s c h o o l u n d e r m y c h a r g e . L . P A i 'I B iC K , T e a c h e r llfst. N o . 1. A u b u r n . p R O r . T h o m s o n : I h a v e e x a m i n e d y o u r “ P r a c t i c u l A r i t h ­ m e t i c , \ n n d am co n v in c e d th a t it is t h e b o o k w h i c h w c h u v e lo n g n e e d e d . I h a v e i n tr o d u c e d i t i n to t h e sc h o o l u n d e r m y c a r e . T . J . H A L E , T e a c h e r D ist. N o . 3 , A u b u r n . A u b u rn, J a n u a ry 14, IH4G. M r. J . B .T h o m son. S ir:—I have been much interested in examining your *• P ractical Arithm etic.\ The work. I heed not say, is a vnluabie addition to Arithmetical science. W ithout uny dispNrugeuientof other works o f a similar kind now in u e, I think it ib justly entitled to the first rank. Its superiority is obvious in the arrangement o f its subjects; the lucid explanations o f its principles, and in the philosoph­ ical process hy which the mind o f th e pupil is conducted to general conclusions. Tw o classes have already adopted it in t |(c institution of whirii I have the chnrge. and T have no doubt that a due appreciation o f its excellencies will soon se­ cure for it the place of a stundnrd class book in all our com­ mon st-hoolt, ami higher seminaries ofleurning. Y o u r s , t r u l y , G E O R . R U D D , P r in c i p a l o f A u b u r n F e m a l e S e m in a r y 8cipjo, J a n u a r y 17, 18 - 16 . M r . T h o m s o n : I h a v e g iven y o u r \ P r a c t i c a l A r i th m e ­ tic \ a n a t t e n t i v e p e r u s a l , n n d w o u ld w i t h p l e a s u r e express m y a p p r o b a t io n o! it, c o n s id e r in g i t, ua I d o . a w o r k o f s u p e ­ rio r m e r i t. I l m u s t s o o n , I t h i n k , b e c o m e a g e n e r a l f a v o r i te w i t h t e a c h e r s , n o t o n l y o n a c c o u n t o f t h e c l e a r an d concise m a n n e r y o il h a v e t r e a t e d t h e su b je c t , h u t in t h e cle a r n e s s o f th e illu s t r a ti o n s a n d a r r a n g e m e n t o f t h e w o r k Its g r e a t e s t m e r it, h o w e v e r , in m y estim a t io n is t h e efficien t a id it w ill furnish to th e y o u n g a n d in e x p e r ie n c e d ten c h o r , in p l a i n l y illu s t r a ti n g an d in te l li g ib l y d e m o n s t r a t in g to u class, th e m a n y co r n p lien ted p r i n c j p l e s i n th e sc ien c e o f n u m b e r s . Y o u r s , & c H O R A C E .M A R T I N , T o w n S u p t . P u b l i s h e d u n d f o r s a l e , w h o l e s a l e a n d r e t a i l , b y J . C . D E R B Y S c C o * S c h o o l B o o k s e l l e r s , A u b u r n . N .B . Teachers s u p p l i e d . I?. 40wl3 Jan 24, 1846. C ’ HEAPER THAN EV E R .—200 Pages of rare and fashionable Music for three dollars ! T H E M U SICAL GEM , a weekly publication ot rare and popular music, Vocal and Instrum ental, consisting o f standard and original Songs, D uetts, G lees, 3cc., w ith P i­ ano Forte accompaniments. Overtures, Qua­ drilles, W altzes, Marches, Quick Steps, Airs, Rondos, and selections from modern Operas, most o f which have never been published in this country. M r. C. W . D erwort, a professor well known to the musical world, has been engaged to superin­ tend the selecting and arranging department, and the Publisher feels warranted in asserting, that T he M usical G em will bear comparison with any other Musical publication in this coun­ try. Persons sending $3, free of Postage, will have the M usic mailed to them weekly. The following pieces are now ready for deliv­ ery ; “ R est Spirit, R e st.” (from Amiiie )— Pearl W altz,” by Francois Hunter. “ The Sun h as caught m e sleeping,” a celebrated H u n t­ ing Song. “The Rose will cease lo blow,” as sung by M r. T empleton. Address 30m3 J. H. M ILLER, New York City. w INDOW SHADE DEPOT.— N o . 7 , S p r u c e s t r e e t , N e w Y o r k . The only manufactory of any extent in,the United States. The subscribers offer for sale the m ost splendid assorlm ent o f SHADES which could be collected together, consisting of the fol- low ing styles : 1 0 .0 0 0 pairs o f beautiful Gothic, painted by artists. These are all views o f celebrated p la ­ ces in E urope. 4 .0 0 0 pairs of assorted G othic, C orinthian, and Landscapes, such as are generally sold about tbe ctty. 75 pairs o f the most beautiful C orinthian, paint­ ed in Florence. 10 0 pairs o f some o f the most celebrated places in this country. 3 .0 0 0 pairs ol cheap shades, from 62J cents to *1.50. We pledge ourselves to sell 100 pr. cent cheap- er than any other house in N ew York. Persons wishing io see the process o f g etting np the most useful articles, are shown through the p ainting rooms w ith great pleasure. SIGNS, B A N N E R S , and IN T E R IO R DEC­ ORATIONS not to be surpassed. TRIM M INGS of all kinds at m attufacturer’s prices. Persons buying to sell again dealt w ith 011 the most liberal terms. 2Iw23 B A RTOL 3c D E M A U N Y . NEW P A L I. GOODS A T NO. 8 1 . D R Y G O O D S j— H a v in g p u r c h a s - ed with much care and attention an unu­ sually large amount o f Goods this season, the subscribers would invite the attention o f buyers to a s large and choice an assortment o f STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, As C 3 II be round in this vicinity, and prices which cannot tail to please the closest buyers. SILK S —Rich, P a ris, Stripe, plaid and plain chameleon, black and brow n ,. black gro de Swiss, India and Florence. DRESS GOODS—Reps and plain cashmeres, [som e verv rich), mouslin de laines. victoria plaids, satin brocades, black, colored and plaid alapacas, ginghams, black and mode colors French Merino. M O U R N ING GOODS receive particular a t­ tention and desirable styles B ombazines, Silks, Crapes, Stuff Goods, Prints, Gloves, 3&c , can always be obtained. SHAW L S of every description from the cheap Woolen Plaid 10 the expensive Brocha and Cashmere. PRIN T S — E nglish and Am erican—several cases very desirable styles just o p ened; amoDg them, all the F a ll patterns of Meritnacs. SH E E T IN G AND S H IRTINGS,by the y ard, piece o r bale, from the best m anufacturers in the country. TH E HO S IERY AND GLOVE department is complete, B ujaou’s best w hile, black, light and dark kid, of all shades and sizes. SH O E S —French, Kid and Morocco Slips and Buskins o f R odger’s importation, Kid, Seal and Cloth black and light Slips, Buskins and Gaiter?. M ILLIN E R Y —Several cartons Ribbons, Bonnet, Silks, black, blue black and colon d Velvets, F lowers, 3cc. TRIM M INGS—Black and colored Velvet Ribbons, all shades and widths, E d g in g s, F rin­ ges, Gimps, P aris Cords, 3cc. LIN E N S — L awns, Linen Cambrics, Linen Shirtings, Mulls, M uslins L aces, E dgings, L a ”c and Gauze V eils, G reen Barage L inen Cambric Handkerchiefs, in great variety and very cheap, also all the variety of Goods usually kept in a Dry Goods Store. G E N T L E M E N can find a great variety of French, E nglish,Belgian and American C l o t h s , Cassimeres, Satinetts, Jeans. Silk, Satin, Mar- sailles and W in ter Vestmgs, Stocks, Collars, Black and F ancy Scarfs an<t C ravats, Gloves, Suspenders, Silk and L inen Hdk’fs, Silk. Cot­ ton, Merino and Woolen Drawers and W rap­ pers, Silk, Woolen and Cotion Hosiery, Tail ors T rimmings, Src. GROCERIES. A large and well selected stock w hich are of­ fered at prices conforming to o u r peculiar ad­ vantages in buying. TEA S — G reen and Black o f all brands and 'qualities from 2 s. fid. to ts., (we were very fortunate in o u r selection ol 2s. fid. and 4s.) SUGARS—Loaf, Lump, C rashed, Powdered, St. Croix. Porto Rico and New Orleans. CO F F E E —Moco, Java, L agnara, C uba, and St. D omingo. M O L A S S E S — St .Croix Syrup, Porto Rico, New Orleans and T rinidad. TOBACCO—Cavendish, Lum p , Nail-Rod, Plug, S m oking and Fine Cut. SPICES—Nutmegs, Cloves, C assia,Pim ento Pepper and Ginger. M ISCELLANEOUS—Raisins, 'Sperm and Tallow C andles, Soap, L ee’s Blacking, Indigo Alum, C opperas, M ustard, Pipes, Rice, Pepper Sauce, Saleeratus, Starch, Cocoa. Chocolate, ■ure Sperm F a ll and W inter L am p OILS. CROCKERY, i French China in Setts, White, B lue and Sprig ' G ranite W are, C ream and colored W are, Glass J W are, L yons Stone W are, <tec., making a coin * plete assortment in which tve shall not be un­ dersold by any one. We solicit the public to an examination o f Goods and Prices. RATHBUN 3s C L A R Y . Sept. 10, 1845. N. B. All kinds o f country produce. F lannel, Woolen Y arn, Socks, Kersey and Bags, taken in exchange for Goods. R. 6c C. Farm ers and others, that T H O M A S D . J F O S T E R laving again laken under his superintendence the T A N - Y A R D formerly occupied by G e a h a x k Bus'tt, is tow ready to continue ltia business’ of T anning, a s u su al ~ to TAN ON SHARES or by the Piece, to suit customers. All business entrusted to his care will be promptly attended to, and all Hides Tanned as soon a s possible, without the aid o f H ot L iquor. Also, CASH PAID FOR H ID E S AND S K INS. Aurelius, Dec. 9, 1845. 31tf T H E NEW Y O R K SHOE STORE PU L I. O P E R A T IO N . K O ' \ J CH R ISTIE’S M A G N E T IC FLU ID ’ T h i s rem t r k o b 'e d i s c o v e r y co m p r is e s a n en ti r e l y safe u n d n o v e l a p p l i c a t i o n o f t h e m y s terio u s p o w e r o f G a l v a n ism , a s a rem e d ial u g e n t. T h e G a l v a n ic R ings in c o n n e c t i o n w i th th e a t e g n o t ic fluid h a v e b e e n u s e d w i t h e n ti r e su c c e s s in a l l ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, m all its branches, done in a first rate and sub- Islantial manner, by T . K E N N E D Y , on North street, neatly opposite tiie Methodist Church, cheap for cash or good pay. Feb. 10. 1846 L J M A R R I E D , In this village on the 1 6 t h inst., by Rev. A . J. C randall, Mr. J a m e s B rvden , t o M rs. A lace M u n s e l l , both o f A uburn. In Auburn, on the 22d inst., b y Rev. J . M. Austin, Mr. L eonard M. G a r d n e r , of Camillus, to Miss E m e l i . n e M. B abcox , of the former place. In this village, on tbe 23d inst., by the same, Mr. H o r a c e S. W e b s t e r , of Pittsford, N . Y., to Miss L y d ia W il d e r , of A uburn. At A urora, , on T hursday, the 19th instant, by Rev. C. N. Mattoon, Mr. C oral C. W h i t e , Jr. to Miss C o r n e l ia A. M organ , both of A urora. D I E D , At the residence of Mr. E . N. K etchel, in Au­ burn, on the 16th inst.. Miss P hebie N e l s o n , aged 32 years. In Sennett, on the 24th inst., D a n ie l S en n e t t , Esq. an old resident o f this county. On the same day, Mrs. S arah A rnold , for­ merly the w ife o f Jonathan Adams, deceased, o f Sennett, aged 73 years. In Genoa, on the 29th ult., H enry S tark ­ weather , aged 60. In Genoa, on the Sth inst., R achel S tark ­ weather , aged 85. In Genoa, on the 8 th inst., John C u tte r . A t his residence, in Moravia, on the 15th i n s t , alter a long and lingering disease o f some years, J osiah W oodworth in the 65th y ea r o f his age. In Rochester, on Saturday last, Mr. L . T h a t e r C h a d w ic k , formerly of this place, in the 30th year of his age. The deceased came to thfa city about five years ago, and was, at the time of his death, engaged, and very prosper- oasly, in the manufacture and sale of Seraphins and Piano F o r t e s , i n c o n n e c t i o n w i t h & M u s ic S t o r e . H e w a s a m a n o f g o o d d e p o r t m e n t , b e a r i n g a n u n s u l l i e d r e p u t a t i o n , a n d b e l o v e d b y m a n y w a r m a n d v a l u e d f r i e n d s . I n h i s i n t e r ­ c o u r s e w i t h th e w o r l d h e s h o w e d a d e e p r e g a r d to h i s Christian c h a r a c t e r a n d p r o f e s s i o n , a n d i n n i s d e a t h , w h i c h w a s a t t e n d e d w i t h u n c o m m o n su f f e r in g , h e w a s s u s t a i n e d h y a f i r m h o p e o f a b l e s s e d i m m o r t a l i t y . M r . C h a d w i c k w a s a m u s i c i a n o f m o r e t h a n o r d i n a r y t a ­ le n t s , a n d h a s w r i t t e n a n u m b e r o f s w e e t A i r s f o r t h e P i ­ an o . H i s f r i e n d s h a v e l o s t a v a l u e d m e m b e r o f t h e i r c i r ­ c l e , a n d h i s w i f e , s c a r c e o n e s h o r t y e a r e s p o u s e d , a k i n d , aff e c t i o n a t e a n d w o r t h y h u s b a n d . — [R o c h . D e m * ru ly s is p a lsy , E p i le p s y , F i ts, c r a t n p , p a lp i t a t io n o f th e H e a r t / A p o p l e x y , S tiffness o f J o i n t s , L u m b a g o , S p i n a l C o m ­ p l a i n t s , N e u r a lg i a , N e r v o u s T r e m o r , d izzin e s s o f th o H e a d . P a i n s in th o H e a d a n d S id e . G e n e r a l D e b ility, D e f iciency o f N e r v o u s a n d P h y s i c a l E n e r g y , a n d a ll N e r v o u s D isorders.— In a l l cases o f D isp e p s ia, w h i c h i s s im p ly a n e r v o u s d e r a n g e ­ m e n t o f th e d ig e s tiv e o r g a n s , t h e y h a v e been fo u n d eqtr rify su c c e s s f u l. T h e rin g s a t e o f d if f e r e n t p r ices, b e in g m a d e o f u ll s izes a n d o f v a r i o u s o r n a m e n ta l p a tt e r n s , a n d c u n bo w o r n b y th e m o s t d e li c a te f e m a le w i t h o u t th e slig h test in ­ co n v e n ien c e ; T H E G A L V A N I C B E L T S , B A N D S , B R A C E L E T S , ic c . a r e m o d if icatio n s o f th e in v e n t i o n , a n d w e reco m m e n d in ! m o r e c h r o n i c cases o f d isease, w h e r e th e rings d o n o t pos­ sess s u fficien t in te n s it y o r p o w e r . T h e y a r e a d a p t e d to t h e w a ist* a r m s , w r ists, a n k le s , c h e s t o r a n y p a r t o l th e body w i t h p e fe e t e a s o . A n y G a l v a n i c p o w e r th n t is req u i r e d m a y t h u s be o b t a i n e d , an il n o c o m p l a i n t w h i c h t h o m jsto r i - o u s n g e n t o f G a lv a n ism c a n effect, w ill f a il t o bo p e r m a n e n t- ly re l l e v e d -C H I l I S T i E , 3 M A G N E T I C F L U I D . is u s e d in c o n n e c t i o n w i t h th e rin g s a n d th e i r m o d if ications. T h i s c o m p o s itio n h a s b e e n p r o n o u u c e d by t h e F r e n c h c h e m ­ ists to be o n e o f th o m o s t v a lu a b l e disco v e r ies o f m o d e r n sc ie n c e . R i* b e liev e d to possess t h e rem a r k a b l e p o w e r o f ren d e r in g th e n e r v e s se n s itiv e to g a l v a n i c a c ti o n , by this m e a n s c a u s i n g a c o n c e n t r a t i o n o f tn e in f lu e n c e a t th e se a t o f d isease, a n d t h u s g i v in g rap i d a n d p e r m a n e n t r e lief. C H R I S T I E 'S G A L V A N I C S T R E N G T H E N I N G P L A S ­ T E R S . T h e s e a r t i c l e s fo r m n n im p o r t a n t a d d it i o n to th e G a l v a n ­ ic R in g s , a c t i n g u p o n t h e sa m e p r in c i p le , b u t h a v in g th e a d ­ v a n t a g e o f m o re lo c a l a p p l i c a t i o n . A s n n e f f e c tu a l m e a n s o f stre n g th e n i n g th e sy s tem w h e n d e b il i ta te d by d isease o r o t h e r c a u s e s ; a s a c e r t a in a i d in c o n s ti tu t io n a l w e a k n e s s ; a s a p r e v e n t i v e fo r C o ld s , a n d in a l l affectio n s o f th e c h e s t g e n e r a l ly , th e G a l v a n i c S t r e n g t h e n i n g P l a s t e r s w i l l be fo u n d o f g r e a t a n d p e r m a n e n t a d v a n t a g . H O M E C E R T I F I C A T E S . T h e s e t e s t im o n ia l s , a l l o f w h ic h a r e f rom t h e m o s t r e s p e c t­ a b le so u r c e s , h a v e b e e n se le c te d from se v e r a l h u n d r e d o f a sim ila r c h a r a c t e r , w h i c h h a v e been p r o c u r e d d u r in g th e s h o r t t im e t h e d isco v e r y h a s b e e n b e fo r e t h e A m e r i c a n P u b ­ lic. N E R V O U S H E A D A C H E A N D R H E U M A T I S M . M r . J A C O B A . O G S B U R Y , N o . 16*2, W illia m S t r e e t , N e w Y o r k , h a s b e e n uffiictcd fro m ch il d h o o d w i t h a l m o s t c o n s t a n t n e r v o u s h e a d a c h e a n d R h e u m a ti c p a i n s in th o 1 gs a n d a r m s . H e w a s a l s o t r o u b l e d w i t h g r e a t n e r v o u s d e b ility a n d in d ig e s tio n . M r. A u g s b u r y trie d th e G a l v a n ic R in g s a n d M a g n e tic F l u i d , an d sta t e s t b a t \ a f t e r a few h o u r s t h e a p p li c a ti o n a p p e a r e d t o stre n g th e n m v n e rves, e n t i r e l y r e liev ­ ed m y h e a d a c h e a n d 1 h a v e h a d n o relap s e o f th e R n e u m a tisra sin c e t h e first d a y . \ T I C D O L O R E U X . T h e fo llo w in g te s t i m o n i a l is from T i m o t h y C . D w ig h t . E s q , w h o is so fav o r a b ly k n o w n fro m h is e x e r t io n s in th e c a u s e o f E d u c a t i o n t h r o u g h o u t t h e N o r t h e r n M a t e s : D r . A . IL C h r u t k : D e a r S i r — F o r s e v e r a l y e a r * I h a v e b e e n te r r ib l y afflicfed w i t h t h a t terrib l e c o m p l a i n t c a lled T i c D o lo r e u x , p r in c i p a l ­ ly a f f e c ti n g th e sc i a t i c n e r v e s . A t tim e s , n o h u m a n b e in g co u ld h a v e s u f f e r e d m o re— m y scream s h a v e o f ten d i s t u r b e d th e n e ig h b o r h o o d . B y s im p ly w e a r in g o n e o f y o u r R in g s on e a c h o f m y h a n d s a n d faith f u l ly u s in g th e M a g n e tic Fluid* th e c o m p l a in t h a s e n ti r e l y l e f t m e , a n d I n o w believe m y ­ s e l f c o m p letely c u t e d . 1 a m v e r y resp e c tf u lly y o u r s , A l b a n y , D e c . 4 , 1845. T I M O T H Y C . D W I G H T . £ E 7 * C A U riO N f C A U T I O l V n ^ T I 8 3 \ B e w a r e o f im i t a t i o n s o f t h e s e a r t i c l e s . U n p r i n c i p l e d perso n s h a v e c o u n te r f e i te d t h e m , a u d th u s a t t e m p t e d to d e ­ c e iv e t h e p u b l ic . T h e m e ta ls o f w h i c h th e rin g s , & c . a r e co m p o s e d , a r e p r e p a r e d by a s e c r e t c h e m i c a l p r o c e s s , k n o w n o n l y to t h e d isco v e r e r , a n d a ll i m i ta t io n s a r e e n ti r e l y w o r t h ­ less, b e in g d e v o id o f a n y G a l v a n ic in flu e n c e , u n d co n s e ­ q u e n tl y o f a n y b e n e ficial effect. T h e JV*<» Y o r k S u n h a s t h e f o llo w in g 8 0 - C j l u t i o n t o t h e P u b l i c . — W e feel i t a d u l y t o c a u ­ tio n t h e p u b l ic ag a in s t p u r c h a s i n g a n y o f th e im i t a t i o n s o f D r . C h r i s t i e ' s G a l r a n i c a r ticles, w h ic h m a y be offered by w o r t h le s s a n d u n p r in c i p le d p e rso n s . W e c a n s t a t e w i t h co n f id e n c e in i u tru t h , t h a t t h e s e i m itatio n s possess n o b e n e ­ ficial in f lu e n c e w h a t e v e r , a n d m u s t be r e g a r d e d in n o o t h e r lig h t t h a n a d i r e c t f r a u d . JKJ-l’uichnsed only of T. M. Hunt, tbe only authorised A g e n t f u r A u b u r n . A U «uld else w h e r e n r e w o r th less co u n te r f e i ts . C A R R I A G E M A K IN G . E W I S & K E N N E D Y , c o n t in u e to manufacture all kinds o f C arriages, as I well as L U M B E R WAGONS, at their old stand on North street, nearly opposite the Methodist Chinch, and will make to order, any kind of Carriages, and sell the same as cheap as any other | establishment. All work warranted well done. AU kinds of R epairing attended to in order. Anburn, Feb. 1 0 . 1846. L. 3 u K. a n d N a s s a u s t r e e t s , n e x t to t h e C h u r c h . Importers of French and German F ancy a rti­ cles, Mteh as VVORS1ED Y A R N S — Bevlyn Zephyr and Tappistrie. plain and shaded. SILK S —Purse Twisl, on spools and slicks, plain and shaded. C H E N ILLE—Embroidery. Flower, 3c T rim ­ m in g Chenille, all colots plain, shaded and tm- sell. PA T T E R N S — A choice and tasteful selected assortment of E m broidery P atterns 3c for braid­ ing. CANVASS—French and German Canvass, for embroidery o f C otton, L inen, W orsted, Silk, Gold and Silver, every width and quality. EM B R O IDERIES—Of all kinds, commenced and finished, such as very rich Suspenders, Slip­ pers, T able Covers, 3cc. OILED SILKS— W hite and Yellow, P aris manu fact u re. FANC5f GOODS—A choice assortment of Paris Fancy Articles, as B eads, T assels, Purges, Bogs, all kinds of Purse T rimmings, H air O rna­ ments, B racelets, Slides, Combs, Clasps, and a variety of other articles in this line. FRIN G E S — G imps, Cord and T assels of Gold, Silver, Silk, and Worsted, imported and domes­ tic. This being a n e w establishment the goods are all fresh and o f the newest style, and all se­ lected by one o f the partners residing in P aris. 41ml F ' V A L U A B L E S T O C K F O U S A U K . ) O I l S A L E o n t h e F a r m o f t h e Subscriber, tn Fleming, 5 miles south-west j of A uburn, 1 pair o f H orses, 1 do Heavy B eef C attle. 1 B eef Cow. 2 New Milch Cows. 220 Fat Wethers. About 400 fine-wool Store Sheep for sale, or j to let at I lb. o f w o l per y ear each. 10 Merino Bucks. 4000 lbs. Fleece Wool. W ILLIAM G. W ISE. Fleming, F ebruary 10th, lb46.—4Itf. A C A R D . I have disposed o f my business to Goss 3c S abtwsll . From a personal knowledge of them and their business arrangements, I believe they will be able to offer Goods on the most ad vantageous terms. I cheerfully recommend them to the confidence o f all those who have been my customers. G. S. M U R F E Y . Auburn, Feb. 1st, 1846. T h e s u b s c r i b e r s , HAVING TA ken the business of George S. M u rfev, at the Store 9 7 G e n e s e e - s t., known as the AUBURN CASH STORE, they intend to keep a general assortment of Fancy and staple Dry Goods, and Groceries, and will endeavor to offer them on favorable terms, to those who may favor them with iheircustom . The customers o f G. S. Murfey are invittd to continue their trade, on the same term s as here­ tofore, at this stand A L B E R T H . GOSS, H E N R Y J . SA R T W E L L . fT ! 0 T H E C O N S T A B L E S o f C a y - JL uga County —Just published, the Cori’-ta- ble’s M a n u a l; being a compendium o f the pow­ ers, duties, privileges and liabilities o f Consta­ bles tn the State of N ew York, both in civil and criminal proceedings, with practical forms, adapted to every service and duly required by a member o f the Bar. Price $1,-184(3. For sale by J . C. DERBY ic Co., L aw Book­ sellers, Auburn. A g o o : i l . e d — i G O O D F A R M W A N T - The Subscriber will pur­ chase a GOOD FARM o f about 100 a c r e s , s i t u a t e w i t h i n 2 0 m i l e s o f t h e village ul Auburn, provided there are good buildings and fences upon it, and it is well ao commodated with wood and water. Pavment therefor will be made tn CASH or W E S T E R N LANDS, or both, at the option o fthe seller. Dec. 26,1815.—35tf. B. F . H A L L . & w N® T A K J f f e itY I T A N N E R Y J t OTICE IS H E R E B Y GIVEN, TO llB E N E F I T O F T I I E “ S T A T U F R I S O N M O N O P O L Y ,!»» m r j R E A T VX P R IC E S !—T h e firm o fR ic M- W a t - s o n 6c Co. hav.ngheen dissolved in consequence of the death ot Matthew and Robett W atson, and the undersigned having purchased the in ­ terest o f the deceased, have associated them ­ selves u n d er the name and style o f LA W , W ILLIAM S 3s CO. for the purpose of continuing, in all its b ra n ­ ches, ihe business ol the late firm ; and are now prepared to supply their customers with B O O T S A N D S H O E S , of every size and description, at g reatly reduced prices, F O R C A S H viz M e n ’s b e s t C o w - H id e B o o t s , $ 2 .0 0 “ “ K i p “ 2 .2 5 and all o th er work equally low in proportion. T„. W. 6 s Co. beg to remind their friends that theirs is the o n l y PRISON SHOE STORE in town, and that they will not hold ibem selves responsible for w ork sold u n d er false pretences by any other concern. N. B. All claims for and against the late firm, will be adjusted by the subscribers, a t the old stand, 91 G e n e s e e S t r e e t , one door east o f B emis and Leonard’s. JA M E S LAW , G. C. W ILLIAM S. Sept. 10. 1845. P. T . WATSON. ready tor the season (1845,) which for lightness and superioritoy o f color cannot be surpassed, which is a very important p a n o f the H a t, re­ taining the color until it is worn out. Also a general assortment o f M E N A N D B O Y S C A P S , Buffalo R obes, Ladies Mull's, Fur T rim m in gs. 3tc. L .V . K E Y E S . Auburn, Sept. 15ih, 1845. ~ E W S H A W L S . B R O C H E E Indoux Cashmere, Arimire and StradilU Shawls just rec’d and for sale at Nov. 5, 1S45. 79 G E N E S E STR E E T . N ! M U F F S ! M U F F S ! ! M U F F S ! ! ! A 101 G E N E S E E S T R E E T , Y l. where may be found the largest and cheap­ est assortment o f Muffs in town, and no mistake ! Call and see. A. T . CA R P E N T E R 6c SON. October 29th, 1845. A : M E D l C I N E S . - IN The unprecedented confidence reposed in these medicines by Physicians in New Yotk, as well as the country over, and by all who have used them, warrants the Proprietors in commending them to the citizens of Cayuga, as their only FAM ILY REM E D IES. With these medicines, anti the pamphlets accompany ing them, any family tnay dispense with P h y­ sicians in nineteen cases out o f twenty, if uoc in ninety-nine out of one hundred. There is scarcely a complaint- inward or o u t­ ward. that is not readily removed by an appto. priate use of these remedies. The P amphlets give full directions. W here t'ue medicines are properly used, and satisfaction is not given, the money will be returned. {E7*For sale by QUICK & H A L L , Genera Agents, Auburn ; also by Jonas Brown, H. G Van Anden, H . G. Fowler, N. J . Stiles, H . R Garlick, Ira Curtis, E . H. G root, H. Will-on Richard Steel, and M f. T odd, Auburn ; Chas Avery L e d y a rd ; L ewis S eymour, Northviile P.French. L udlowville ; Green Sc Grahair., Por Byron ; W m . S m ith Ingham, Cato j H u n ter dr Co. S terling ; and by others throughout the coun ty and Union. 150,000 W O R T H o f B O O T S and SHOES, to be sold this year,— 1 8 4 6 —at 121 G e n e s e e - S t r e e t, A u b n r n . The attention o f C O U N T R Y M E R C H A N T S and buyers generally is invited to one o f the largest and most complete stocks of B O O T S A N D S H O E S to be found in this region, comprising an end­ less variety of every style, quality, and fashion, at prices so low as to D E F Y TH E W O R L D TO U N D E R S E L L . This tremendous wheel iu full revolution. A living panoram a o f human beings flocking daily to the N E W YORK SHOE STO R E , where Boots and shoes are sold so EX T R E M E L Y LOW as to astonish all, and set T h e W o r ld t o W o n d e r in g how it can be done. It is nevertheless true, however a-tonishing it may appear, and the fact is admitted by all parties, that TH IS IS A GREAT COUNTRY. Our Stock is now large, and in order to reduce it, we shall sell at prices U n p a r a l l e le d in t h e A n n a ls o f T r a d e , and bring a M IGHTY RUSH OF CUSTOM- ERS to the N E W Y O R K S H O E S T O R E . Dealers throughout the United States and Can- ados are invited to call early. [C7“ Buyer.- will please approach by the road leading from the right, and depart by the left to prevent confusion. R. W E SSON, J r . Auburn, Feb. 3, 1846. T T N I V E R S A L I S T B O O K S . U of Sharon for 18-16, ’45, ’44, ’43, s B U T T E R ! B U T T E R ! A LARGE lot of fresh Roll B u tter for sale at the City Cash Store o f GULLIVER Sc SON. T r i a l o f h e n r y w y a t t fo r the m urder ol a Fellow Convict. The T estimony, w ith all tbe circumstances in­ cident to the case ; and much interesting infor­ mation touching the now all-absorbing subject of Prison Discipline, are published in a neat pamphlet, and are for sale wholesale and retail, by _________________ J. C. D E R B Y 3s CO. q U G A R , T E A S , a n d C O F F E E S O of the best qualities, cheapest in town, a t the city cash store, at 96 G enesee-st. Nov. 24. G U L L IVER 6c SON. ¥ H O H A S N O T F O U N D I T OUT that the Bnck Cash Store is the place to buy cheap GROCERIES, call this fall and be satisfied. H A L L 3c CO. October, 1815. T j l l R E ! F I R E !!— T h e P r o t e c t i o n -L Insurance Co. o f H artford, Ct., have recent­ ly added fifty thousand dollars to iheir former Capital Stock o f one hundred and fifty thousand, and are prepared to insure against lussjby fire, on terms as favorable as any other responsible Company. Application for Insurance may be made to H. IVISON, Jr., No. 80 Genesee-st., Exchange B uildings. Auburn, Feb. 11 , 1846. JjR U G S , MEDICINES, &c.—H. O V E L T Y W O R K S . - The Subscriber, having re­ moved to the N e w F u r n a c e and M a c h in e S h o p on W ater street, directly opposite W atson’s Distillery, w ill manufacture and keep at all times on hand, a full assortm ent o f M ILL GEARING. Railroad C ar Wheels, and axletrees fitted to order, from the latest improved patterns. BRASS CASTINGS. He will m anufacture S team Engines o f all descriptions, to order—and HYDROSTATIC OIL PRESSES, and all necessary machinery for Oil Mills. TH R E S H IN G M A C H INES, Ploughs, and all kinds o f casting, and turning and fitting the same. Threshing M achines and other articles o f Ma- chinery repaired in the best m anner, and on the shortest notice. Castings, w arranted to be o f the best materi­ al, furnished a t 4 cents p er lb. JO H N CtfRTIS. Aubnrn, A u g u st 12, 1845.— 15 N E W H A R D W A R E f t T T T A T R O U S & H Y D E H A V E R E - VV cenlly made and are now making additions to their stock o f goods, and now offer for s a la more complete assortm ent than ever, a t the L o w e s t P r i c e s , p a rticularly Housekeeping Articles in g re a t v a riety. Builders’H ardw are, consisting o f m any new and d esirable articles. Farm e rs’ U tensils g enerally. Carpenters’ and Joiners’ T ools. Cabinet M akers’ H ardw are. M achinists’ and Blacksm iths’ T ools. Carriage M akers’ H ardw are. •RON, S T E E L , N A ILS, G L A S S , S A S H . M ill, C rosscut and C ircular S a w s . Common and Ditching S h o v e ls 3r. S p a d e s Brass and Iron W i r e . Sheet B rass—German S ilver. COOK AND PA R L O R STO V E S , u ery g re a t v ariety, a t W h o l e s a le and R e ­ ts I. CO P P E R , T IN AND SH E E T IR O N R o s e . and 42. Universalist C ompanion, with a Register and Almanac for 1845 and ’46. Commentary on the Gospels, by Rev. L . R Paige. Voice to the M arried, by R ev. J . M. Austin. Voice to Youth, do do do On the Attributes o f G od, do do Prayer Book, by R ev. O. A . S k in n er, 1 st and 2d Inquiry, by Rev. W. B alfour. Life o f R ev. John M u rray, Pro and Con o f U niversalism . Law o f K indness, R ev. G . W . M ontgomery Streeter’s Hymns, and others, a g reat variety, Flower V ase. Hours o f C ommunion. Sacred F lora. Rev. H. B allou on the Attonem ent—on the Parables o f the New Testam ent—his L etters— Lecture S ermons—Select S erm ons—Nine Ser. mons, 3cc., and all the standard Univexalist Works ever published, also, Tracts, Singi^ Sunday School B ooks, 3cc. T. J. Sawyer, on E ndless P unishment. Moral Justice of God, by L . C. Todd, and all the new publications o f the denomination. IRA CURTIS. H alfw ay between the A uburn B ank and State Prison. A T C O S T — D R Y G O O D S F O R ±JL Cash at cost. The subscribers intending to change the char, acter of their business, will sell for* cash their entire stock o f D ry Goods, consisting o f a large assortment o f Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Sati­ nets, D omestic C loths, bleached and unbleached Cambrics, Jaconett M uslins, Book and Swiss, do, B ishop Lawns, Dimities, B arred Cambrics, Calicoes and Ginghams, plain and figured b fk , blue b l’k, green and brown Alpaccas. Mutdin De L aines, Shawls and all other articles com­ prized in a full assortm ent o f D ry Goods. M erchants desirous of replenishing their stocks,can now h ave an opportunity o f so doing, Ut N ew Y o rk prices. A. H . 3c J BURT, No. 7 Genesee-st. N .'B . Cash paid for T allow. Dated, A uburn, January 14. 1846 A' GOOD CUTTER FOR SALE Enquire at this Office. Sept. 21, 1845. G . F O W L E R , N o . I l l G e n e s e e - s t., keeps constantly on b an d a large assortment of Drugs, Medicines, PA IN T S , OILS, AND DYE-STUFFS, ............ . .................. ... which he offers on much better terms than can ma afacttired generally a n d to order. be purchased elsewhere. H e is also constantly -- - - --------- supplied with a choice and well selected stock o f GROCERIES, which will be disposed o f a t a small advance from cost. Please call and examine before pur­ chasing elsewhere. Ct?”Don't forget the number, 111 Genesee street; nearly opposite the W estern E xchange. H . G. F O W L E R . Anburn. F eb. 4th, 1846. A ' UBURN HARDW A R E STORE. The subscribers have purchased the sn.ek of goods recently belonging to M essrs. C T FERRIS 6c CO., and design to continue the Hardware B usiness in all its branches, upon as good terms as any establishment in this sec­ tion o f Western New York. They have on hand a good assortm ent o f all such goods as are generally found in sim ilar concerns, among which may be had Russia, Swedes, and E nglish Bar Iron. American Bar Iron. English R efined do. Band, Stake and Scroll Iron. Slit, Horse Shoe and Swedged do. Spike and Nail Rods, w ith all the varied sixes of small Iron. Cast Steel. English E lister do. German, American and S pring Steel. Also, Nails, Spikes, P itch, O akum. Anvils. Vter / , Sheet Lead. Sheet Zinc. Block T in, Slab Zinc, L ead Pipe. Brass Kettles, Pumps. Sheet Iron, T in, Copper. Mill, C ross C ut and Tenottd Saw s. Carpenters’ and Joiners’ Tools. Sash, Window Glass, Cordage, 3cc., together with a very general stock o f S H E L F GOODS, embracing a variety o f styles o f Door T rimmings, B ulls, Bolts, Screws. Table and Pocket C utlery. Chisels, Gouges, Files. R asps, Arc. 3cc. They will also keep, P A IN T S , OILS and T u r per.tine, such as White I,ead, dry and ground. French Yellow, Venetian Red, R ed L ead. Chrome Y ellow, Chrome Green. Perm anent G reen, Im p erial do. P a ris do. Paris W hite, W hiting. The subscribers will also h ave for sale, BUCK’S Improved H O T ' A IR COOK S T O V E , and the celebrated cook stove, known as the EA G L E , or DURKEE STOVE ; with the im­ proved Air-tight, improved Yankee, iinptoved Premium, P arlor Cook Stove, C urtis’ Stove, and many' other k in d s; also a variety of styles o f c ast and sheet iron A ir tight and common P a r­ lor Stoves. Plate Stoves o f all sizes, from 50 lo 500 pounds. T i n , C o p p e r a n d S h e e t I r o n W a r e manufactured to order. The subscribers will atm to k eep their a s­ sortment at all limes full, especially o f Iron, and will furnish all articles in their line upon the most reasonable term s ; in consideration o which they v ery e«rnestly solicit a due share o patronage. H . M. HORTON & CO. Nov 19. 58 B each’s B lock, Auburn, M u s h r o o m c a t s u p . — a s u ­ perior article of Mushroom Catsup 6r. Pep­ per Sauce, can be had-at V A N A N D E N ’S , sign the Good S am aritan, No. 5 Genesee stieet. J. W . H A I G H T HAS REMOVED HIS Jewelry Store to No. 57 Genesee st.— A . M unger’s old stand, and has received a large and splendid as-orim ent of G o ld a n d S 4 lv e r',rV a iiehes, Silver Spoons and T able F o rks, Gold Spectacles and P encils, a large assortm ent o f Jewelry, E n g lish and American Britania ware. S ilver-plated Candlesticks, Snuffers 3s T ra y s, P lated and B rt- tania C astors, Solar, H all and C amphene L amp?, and a variety o f other, articles a ll.of the lato t patterns, which he'will sell a s cheap a s ean be purchased in any Store in the State. Please call and exam ine. Aubnrn, June 24th, 1845. r n w o GOOD FARMS FOR SALE, X situate about one mile from T alcot’s Cor­ ners, in the town o f V enice, one containing 135 ACRES GOOD W H E A T LAND, the other containing 138 a c r e s v a l u a b l e la n d . Said farms are well timbered and well watered, w ith good buildings and a g r e a t varie­ ty o f first rate grafted fruit trees. Said farms will be_ sold a l a b argain, either separately or otherwise, to s a il purchasers; and a liberal credit will be given for a p art of the purchase money, if desired. For further p articulars en­ quire o f the subscriber n ear the premises, or ol Amzi Wood, E sq . in Scipio ISAAC BORDEN. Venice, July 5th, 1845.— 15tf. CELLING OFF TO CLO S E OUR C opartnership .— O u r stock o f Goods remain ing on hand will be sold hereafter a t greatly re­ duced prices. Some a t C o s t —some U e s s attd some a little more—but all a t G REAT BAR­ GAINS. J. S. BA R T L E T T 6c CO. Aubnrn. F eb. 10 1846. No. 78 Genesee-st. O h i o g r i n d s t o n e s . An As­ sortment o f superior Grindstones, received end for sale by W A T R O U S & HYDE. W A R t W A R ! I W A R t I i W OULD GO TO W AR ? and who would not go to M . H . K E N N E D Y ’S C H E A P P A I N T I N G E S T A B L I S H M E N T , where they can have their work done in the best style, and as cheap as tbe cheapest for Cash or ready pay. C o a c h , S ig n 3s O r n a m e n tal P a i n t i n g executed in a workmanlike m anner, & promptly attended to. General satisfaction guarantied or no pay. 0 fP\ Remember the place—directly in rear of the Methodist C hurch, at the old stand o f E . N. Kitchell. Auburn, Feb 4, 1816. 40tf. A FEW BUNDLES OF RUSSIA j t l and English Sheet Iron, for sale very low by H. M. H O R T O N ic CO., 85 B e a .h ’s Block. Auburn, Jan. 28. T AW OFFICE— J; R. HOW, A t - I J TORRES AND COUNSELLOR AT LaW, No. 96 Genesee-st., (Exchange Buildings.) directly in front of the Journal Office C ounting Room. r p H E F A M I L Y G R O C E R I E S , O F all k inds and o f the best qualities, for sale cheap, by IRA CURTIS, S tate st., A few rods south o fthe Railroad Depot. CHEAPEST GOODS YET. ;The Subscriber, at 103 G e n e s e e - s t., is now receiving his winter stock o f Dry Goods, which, with his former large assortm ent o f goods, makes one o f the largest stocks o f STA P L E AND FANCY DRY GOODS ever offered in A u b u rn ; all o f which will be disposed o f at a profit barely sufficient to cover the cost and transportation. All persons w ishing to buy good Goods, at great b argains, will do well to call while the stock is complete, and sup­ ply themselves with such articles a s m ay bo wanted. As there is not room in a h advertise­ ment to enum erate b u t a few aniclcs, I will just say lo the public, that I w ill sell a n y article a lilt!# lower than is sold a t any other store in lewn. Broad, Beaver and Pilot C loths. C assimeres Satinetts and T w eeds, a t twenty-fiv# per cent less than ever before offered. G. V. ORTON. New Cash Store, 1 0 3 , directly opposite W est­ ern E x change. N . B . A large assortment o f M U F F S will be received in a few days, which will be sold cheap. e . v . o . f lT l i l s t a IA V B R N T Q L E T , — T h e _ subscriber offers to lei his Tavern Stand in the village o f Union S pnngs, for a term o f years. S. LUDLOW. Union Springs, Feb. 2, 1846. 4Um3 I L K S H A W L S J U S T R E C ’D b y Express. Large and splendid Black Silk Shawls, plain and figured. Also, Steel Beads, just rec’d a t tbe C ity Cash Store of Jan 27. GEO. G U L L IVER 6c SON

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