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„raZV crea’iillg. aa of.eo DP**® down as upside 6 -U often touting as helping those w ho use it, “Pl ft UI linj a ‘,,1 a'uerally incapable o f any thing, b u t boag- -aod mischief. Y ir P r e s i d e n t , I will now take some farther ntice of w hat has been said b y the m em ber from S iw York, (Mr. Dickinson.) I exceedingly re. ' ret truly uufeignedly regret— th at the observa­ tions o fthe gentleman make it m y duty to take some notice of them. O ar acquaintance is b u t short but it has not beeu unpleasant. I always thought him a man of courteous manners and kind \feelings b u t it cannot b e expected I shall Bit here and listen to statements such as the hon­ orable member has m ade on this question, and not answer them. I repeat, it gives m e great pain to take notice of the gentleman’s speech. This controversy is n o t m in e ; all can b ear w itness to that, I have n o t undertaken to advance, ot my own accord, a single word about tlie treaty of Washington. I am forced, driven to it; and, sir, when I am driven to the wall. I mean to stand up and make battle, even against the most formida­ ble odds. W hat I find fault w ith is that through­ out his speech, the honorable member continual- lv makes the remark that h e is true to the histoiy I f the p a st: he w ishes to tell the truth, that h e is m akin\ a search alter truth, and yet m akes, in fact so m uch misstatement. If this be a spec-- m-n of tbe honorable Senator’s researches after truth, a c Election of his researches would b e a very amusing compilation. I f the honorable m em­ ber, duriu\ tlie relaxation from his duties here, w mid put°his researches together, I uudertake to sav they would sell w ell. The Harpers would m ike a half a f irtune o u t of them. The people of the U nited States will pay well for w hat gives them a good hearty laugh; and it is no m atter if that effect be p ro d u c ed/w h ether it be by a story by D -Ckens, by a caricature from Punch, or a volume of “ researches after truth,” by an hon­ orable m em ber from Nevv-York. Now, sir, I propose to follow the honorable member a few steps iu th e course o f his research­ es. I have already said that in two or three pas- b.i 'es in his speech the gentlemau expresses his strong desire to state the facts. [H e re Mr. W. read a quotation from the speech of Mr. Dickiu- sjii.] He says there are four things we have lost oy the treaty of Washington. I do not readi­ ly find the passages, bnt the amonut is, that we made a very impartaut concession of territory to EugUnl under that treaty. Now, that treaty piMpised to be a treaty of concession on both sides. The gentlemau states concessions made b( the UaiteJ States, b a t entirely forgets, “ iu his researches after truth,” to state th ise made on th; other side. He taK.es no notice of the cession of ft u s e ’s P o in t; or of a strip of land a hundred nvles long, on the border of the State of New York. His uotiou of historical truth is, to state all on oue side of the story, and forget all the rest. That is a s,\Steel o f research after truth which will hardly coin.ne.id itsell te m ist men. But, sir. w hat I w ish principally to do now, is to turn to an >lhsr part of this speech. I before gave the geallemaa notice that I w ould call upou him fil­ th ; with irity u > ju wh'ch he m ide such a state- ni eut, as that au attempt w is in ide at Washington b / me ubers of the G iverume.it t > stop the course of justice; and n >w, if the gentleman is ready with the proofs, t would be glad t ) have them. M r. Dickinson.— I w ill reserve what I have to say until th ; gentleman is done, w hen I shall pro- d a c e i t t o I l l 3 s a t i . - f a c t i o l l . Mr. Webster.— I undertake to say, no authnrity will be produced, or is producible: that there were attem its m ide at Washington to interfere with the trial of McLeod. What occurred ? It w.is s i\ 'ested by the President 1 1 G ivernor Sew­ ard, thi/tha President w as gratified that he h id c ima to the conclusion to cuter a nolle prosequi in the c ise of .Me Lo id. Was that a palpable in­ terference with judicial authority 7 Was that a resistance of the ordinary process of law I The G »vern:neut of tho United States had nothing at all to do with the trial of McLeod in the New- Y irk courts, except to see that ha w as furnished with the proof of facts necessary to show his de­ fence. But I wish to know in what sch >ol the g-rn le n iu has beea taught th it if a m an is iu pris­ on. and his counsel m ives to hava him brought up ou the great w rit of hubcas corpus, lhat that is any resistance of judicial process in favor o fthe prisoner ? I dare say the honorable gentleman a mil'-' his authorities, can produce none to show such tii be au interference. He may call wbat he like 3 a direct and palpable interference. He may apply the term to the journey of the A ttor­ ney General to A lbany, or to any other act or oe- cu rence. But that does not prove it so. I hold tho gentleman responsible to prove that the Gov­ ernment did s nne aet, or acts, which the common sense of men holds to be a palpable and direct in­ terference. I say there was none. He quotes the letter of instructions to the A ttorney General. That proposes no interference. That letter says to tin Attorney General, that if the case were p jnding iu the courts of the United States, so that tin President could have control over it, he would direct the prosecuting officer to enter a noi pros.; but us it belougetl to the G ivernor of Nevv-York, it is referred 1 1 the G ivernor himself. That ts the substance, in this respect, of the letter w hich the A ttorney G eneral carried to the G ivernor of New York, and there was not unother act done by authority at Washington iu reference to this in uter, and I cull upon the gentlemen at his lei- s ire to produce his authority fir his statem e n ts. One w ord more in answer to the remarks the geu- tle.n in in ult? this morning, and I shalt leave him. The ebullition w hich I have been commenting Up ia, and vvh'cli is as black and foul-mouthed as ever was ejected from any thing standing on two legs, was published a few days before th*- hon­ orable member from N ew Y ork m ade his speech. H i rcf-rred to it, aud stated a fact contained iu it. I was here iu mv seat and heard it, and I rose ami told the honorable member it was an u tter f Jseh m d. He knew 1 denounced it as au absolute calumny. He saw ou the face of tint statemeut that, if it w is true, it was utterly disgraceful to m i. It was, he said, disgraceful to the country, what was done; and if it was disgraceful to the country it must be s i to me. I stated my denial ofthe truLh of that speech of M r. Ingersoll in the strongest terms—in the most emphatic language. What then 7 The very next day lie proceeded to read that speech iu the S enate; but it was object­ ed to, aud was not read. But afterwards, as he tells us, he sent his own speech to press, aud in­ serted this speech of Ingersoll, knowing th at I had protnuuced it a falsehood. Yes, miserable, c;i- lmn lions, and scandalous us it w as, he snatihed at iteigerlv, and put it iu his own speech, and thin circulated it to the full exteut of his ability. 1 happened to come into this chamber one d ly wh.‘ii tin 8 in ite w,i8 ant in seWui.i, mid found our age.its and messengers franking and directing that speech to all parts of New Y irk; ami I tlo ii it d m 'jt th. tt e i >u .ill of it wits .sent hy him into Broome county, and the adjacent counties, to fill a small burn; and pretty bud fodder it w ould be. And now I beg to know if that is friendly, can­ did or just 7 Do -s any man think he cau stand up hero w ith tbe proper dignity of a Senator of the United States, and pursue such a course 1 He kuew the speech he li ul qn »teJ was calumutous. He heard it pronounced utterly false. M r. D:ckias.m.*~-0 tly one single poiut in it was answered or deuied by the Senator Th it was th.u the fee o f the A ttorney Genera! w a s u o t paid by the G iverument of the United States. A te*.—Messrs. Emmons, Hand, Johnson and Porter. N at ?.—Messrs. Beers and Lester. W e d n e sd a y , A pril 29. H ouse . —The third reading o f bills was pro­ ceeded w ith: , To improve the road from R ome to Sacketti Harbor. In relation to the fees o f County Treasurer passed. , To repeal certain appropriations m ade tothe Albany Medical College, and other colleges, after the y ear 1348. To provide for the inspection o f hops designed for exportation. Passed. To authorize the purchase o f the T ransactions ofthe State A gricultural Society for each School District L ibrary. Passed. S enate .—T he House resolutions relative to the militia w ere 'adopted. They direct the at­ tention of Congress to the whole subject. The bill to organize a L unatic Asylum in the western p art of th e S tate is now u n d er debate W ednesday afternoon. S e n a t e . —Samuel Young w as elected President pro tern, of th e Senate. _ Several unimportant bills w ere read a third time. The bill to authorise the' erection of a H ouse of Refuge for juvenile delinquents in W estern New York was read a third time, but the question on its passage w as laid over and the Senate went into E xecutive session. H o u s e . —Bills read a third time. Further to amend the Excise L aw. Authori­ ses a license to druggists aud apothecaries to sell for m edicinal, mechanical and Sacramental pur­ poses. Laid on the table. To prevent partners of district attorneys from defending criminals. Passed. Requiring the publication o f the names of p er­ sons pardoned. Passed. To regulate the fees of C ollectors of town tax­ es. Referred back, after some debate. To reduce the salaries of certain State, and other officers. Adjourned in the afternoon for w ant of a quo­ rum. _ __ T h u r s d a y , April 30. S enate .— The bills from the Assembly to in­ corporate the Buffalo and Niagara Falls railroad company, aud to incorporate the Buffalo and Lan­ caster plank road company, w ere reported. _ H ouse . —Tlie House is reading bills a third time. Nothing of interest locally or generally. T h u r s d a y , Apil 3U.h, 2 P . M. H ouse. — Bill read a third time. To regulate bank issues. This bill re-enacts the third section o fthe suspension act of 1837,and which bill not having passed by a two-third vote, lias been declared unconstitutional. Passed. Mr. Harris brought in a bill to regulate the as­ sessment and collection of taxes. The object of the bill is to g et a tax from a class of persons w ho at a certain season of tlie y ear migrate to avoid the tax assessor. The S e n a te was engaged on the bill to provide for the construction o fa railroad from New-York to Albany. Not disposed of. F rid a y , May 1, 12J o’clock. The Senate refused, hy a vote of 16 to 13, to take up the H inse bill to reduce the expense of keeping the canals in repair. H ouse .— Mr- R athbun rep o r ted a b ill to ahoi- ish the office of the agent ot the Mount Pleasant prison. , . The General Manufacturing bill was then ta­ ken up. . , The- H ouse refused to reconsider its bill reject- in\ the bill for the relief of the N. Y. & B rie rail road. Ayes 30, Noes 87. So the bill w as lost. S a t u r d a y , M a y 2 - H o u s e — T h e bill relative to m anufacturing corporations w as reported w ith amendments. T h e O riskauy clause, a s ii is called—a clause protecting operators and restricting the debt- creating power of the Company w ere reported. Pending various motions to dispose o f tne bill, it w a s laid over. T n e House, in committee, took up the bill to abolish distress for rent. T h is is one of the bills reported by the anti-rent committee. M r. H arris w ithdrew his substitute for the bill declaring the rem edy of distress for rent abolished. M r. W e lls offered an amendm ent that the bill should not apply to existing contracts— rcjsctsd . Mr Wells offered another amendment, that a chattel mortgage given as security lor rent should be foreclosed only by an action at law— rejected. The bill was then ordered to be reported. The same commiitee reported to tlie H ouse the bill relative to devise and descent—also, the bill to equalize taxation. The b ill to equalize taxation w as then taken up —Mr. C ooper offered an amendment, placing real uml personal property on the same footing. Lost. Mr. C ooper then proposed to tax the rent, in­ stead of the capital yielding the rent. Lost. It was ordered to be reported to the House. The bill concerning costs in courts o f L aw— Mr. W orden could consent to this bill, selecting as it did for its location, one class of cases. lie wished to make the bill general, and would abol­ ish all costs in all actions under one hundred dol­ lars. Mr. W ells opposed all amendments to that ef­ fect. ?ir. H arris w ished this bill passed; he would support in a separate bill the views suggested by Mr. Worden. Mr. W ells w ithdrew his amendment and offer­ ed one that no costs should b e paid, unless more than one hundred dollars w as recovered. This bill is still under debate. The final question on the bills in relation to distresses for R ent, on devizes and descents, w ere ordered to a vote at 12 o’clock Monday, w ithout farther debate. Mr. Worden, on leave, b rought in a bill in re­ lation to the New York and Erie railroad. Ex­ tends the time, during which the company may expend $750,000, one year further tlrau was pro­ vided for by the law of last yeur.^ Oa motion o f Mr. Chose, the bill w as immedi­ ately read a 3d time nnd passed—ayes 93. On m-ition of Mr. Stevenson, the bill calling a convention in the city of N ew York, w as ordered to b e read on Monday at X o’clock, mid the gene. Mr. Ashman. The g sn tletaan makes use o f language b y which b e seemp to think b e shall provoke m e to a personal contest— [Groans. “ O h, no.” “ N o fear o f that.”— Laughter.] _Mr. Ashman. Let gentlemen laugh, if they think they have c a u se ; Dnt I come from a country that does not believe in duels and pistols and bo- wie knives, o r getting drank. [ “ Oh, oh.”] If the gentleman from Pennsylvania thinks, by that sort of rem ark, to disturb my equanimity—[cries of “ oh no, not a t a ll\]—if he thinks that 1 am afraid o f such things—let him try me and h e w ill soon find out. T u e sday. —Nothing o f m oment in the Senate. - In the House the special committee to investi­ gate the charges against Mr. W ebster consists of Messrs. P ettit, Vinton, Davis of Mass., King of Mass., and Wilmot. The Smithsonian bill occupied the rest o f the session. The P resident has signed the Oregon Resolu tion. ___________________ ARRIVAL OF THE CAMBRIA. T h e S 'e a m - S h i p C a m b r i a a s h o r e o n t h e B e a c h a t T r u r o , C a p e C o d . EIG H T DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. The Steamship Cambria, Capt. Judkins, left Liverpool on the 18th u lt., at 4 P . M., arrived at Halifax on the 1st inst., at noon, and left again at 4 P . M. She brought from 90 to 100 passengers to H alifax and landed about 20 there. On Saturday, about 20 minutes to 12 o’clock, the weather being foggy, aud the boat running at half speed, j ist as preparations w ere made to stop her, for the purpose of sounding, she ran on shore on a beach, afterwards discovered to be in Truro, Cape Cod. The engines w ere immedi­ ately reversed, b u t she remained hard andl fast. An anchor aud stern cable was carried out. Af­ ter heaving on it, the anchor came home without having altered the ship’s position. A t the time she went ashore, it w as about h alf tide. As the tide rose, the stern swung round. At high w ater about 4 A. M., she lay broad side on. The beach on which she laysisin T ruro, about r> miles South of H ighland light. C ape Cod. She heads South. There was considerable swell ia bond. W e quote U. 8. sw eet Flour, free, 32a -3s.a6d. Sour, 24s24s-6d- Tndinn Com, 4801bs. 33a41s. LivEJtrooi. A m erican Provision M a r k e t, A r t. 18.—For Beef a good inquiiy nnd market quite bare o f stock. None of th e large shipments Irom New Orleans have y et'arrived and dealers buy cautiously. In P ork, b u t little doing. Lard dull with large arrivals and larger shipments ou the w ay. Tendency of market downwards nnd 36s. the highest price obtainable except for extra qualities iu kegs, for which 38s. can be mode. Tallow has a ready sale, w ith light stocks aud a fair consumption. M arket likely to be w ell sus­ tained. 03F* C. J . Ingersoll’s last attack upon Daniel W ebster fills to the brim tbe cup o f that m iserable defamer’sinfamy. Itw asim p o ient.m aliciousand eoutemptible, and was scattered to the winds by Mr. Astiman, of M ass., w hodefended Mr. W ebster ably and nobly and lashed Tory Ingersoll with­ out stint o r mercy. ______________ W h a tis Human G lo ry? —According to popular definitions, it is glorious for m an to fight w ith and slaughter his fellow man, and it is glorious to die on the battle-field. Who disputes this? If any, let them read this proof, and for ever after hold their p e a c e ;— H u m a n G l o r y . —There arrived a t Hull, E n g ­ land, n o t long since, a Dutch vessel—navigated by a man, his wife, and four daughters—laden w ith bones raked from, the battle fields of Napole­ on, to be sold by the bushel f o r manure to grow turnips. C ity B uilding . — i’here were 1930 new build­ ings erected in New Y ork city in the y ear 1845— a greater number than w ere ever before erected there in one year. - P olish R evolution . —There is no room to hope that the Poles, though numbering a popula­ tion o f 20,003,000, will be able to trium ph over the combined forces of tlieir oppressors. The shade of Kosciusko glooms npon the walls of Cracow only to arouse his countrymen to a hope­ less combat and to sink them in profounder ruin Tbe Polish nobles made lhe same mistake iu this attem p t a t revolution, whieh overwhelmed them in defeat in the former one. They did not liber­ ate their slaves, and arm them in defence o f a c unmon cause, aud in consequence, the heads of when she went on, b u t fortunately it w as entirely mlm. Other anchors w ere carried out and every 1 200 landlords were taken off by the peasantry, .-ffort was made to heave h er off. About o’- and delivered to the Russians.—[W yoming, Co, dock A. M. ou Sunday, G eorge B. B lake, E sq., I R ecord. if Boston, and C apt. C hester, passengers, landed, look horses to Plymouth and tlience to Boston by an ex press car. At the latest accounts the ship lay perfectly I tight. ’ L. R. B . Forbes, steam-tug, and other steamers w ent to the assistance of the Cumbria. The Steamship Hibernia, from Boston, Capt. Harrison, hence, arrived at Liverpool ou the 18th ult., a t 5 P . M. We give below nil the news wc w ere able to glean from W ilhner aud Smith’s T imes o f the 19th u lt. The commercial news will be found under the proper heads. The cottou market., in consequence c f the ti- .lire's carried out by th s Hibernia of the sh irtuess • if the crop, was m ire th in usually bu lyaut, and the value of lhe article liad advanced, iu s nine iu- itances, one eighth, in others nearly u farthing ou the pound. The advices from tiie manufacturing districts ire rather more favorable, and there had beeu nore business doing in the different m arkets than for a few weeks previous to tlie accounts by the Great Western. Several cargoes of Indiau C orn had arrived at Dublin. Bu-iiues.? affairs continued in the same dull sit­ uation us p er the Great W estern, wilh b u t little doing. Money continued scarce for commercial purposes. The House of Commons m et after the recess, on lhe evening of the 17ih ult., when tlie Irish coercion bill again formed the subject of debate, and it w as adjourned over to Monday, the 20-h. cutaniouc diseases. Fever Sores, Internal Abcesses, Fistu­ las. Chronic Catarrh, Ulceration o f the Throat and Nostrils, pRinfii] Affectioos of thQ Boae*, Chronic Inflammation of the Kidneys, Female IierdsgexBcnte, General Debijity and Prostration o f the System ere all removed by ite uae. For further particulars and-conclusive evidence of It* superior value and efficiency, eee pampeleta, which may be obtained of agents gratis. Prepared and sold, wholesale and, retail, by A. B. Sands Ac Co., Druggists and Chemists,273 Broadway, Kew York. Price $1 per bottle: six bottles for $5. _ ttSPFor sale also by RICHARD STEEL and T. M. HUNT, Auburn. _______________ _ M A K R I E D . In Union Springs, on tbe 3d inst, by Rev. Mr. Barber, Mr W jr. C o z z k n s , Merchant to Miss L a u r a B u r d ick . » Jn Scipio. on the 30th u lt, by the Rev. J. M. Austin of Auburn, Mr. H o r a c e C lo s e , to Miss M a r t W. W h i t ­ f i e l d , both of the former place. D I E D , r In Summer Hill, on the27thinst Mr.IcHABOD M orton , aged 57 years. Ja Niles, on the 20th inst. Mr. E lijah A u s tin , aged 61. He was a native of Sheffield, Berkshire Co. Mass., from whence he removed to Cayuga Co. in 1810. Mr. A. has been for a number of years a worthy member of the Pro­ testant Episcopal church, and an ornament of the religion he professed. The sickness of which he died was quite protracted, during which he suffered much, yet he endu­ red all, as a Christian, with great fortitude and composure, and entire resignation. His confidence in God being un­ shaken, his faith was unwavering, and his peace like a river, nnd we doubt not that he ended life gloriously. He has rested from his labors, and his works do follow him. As a citizen he was highly esteemed, being a man of tried and approved uprightness and fidelity. As a husband, he was faithful and affectionate, and-as a father, kind and in* dulrent, yet firm and decided; maintaining his authority, as the head of a family, in a pleasing and dignified manner. Hence, in his death, society has been deprived of a valua­ ble member, the church of one of its firmest friends, and his afiicted widow and family have sustained an irrepara­ ble lo3s ; but they sorrow not as those who have no hope. His funeral was attended by a large circle of friends and acquaintances; and the occasion was improved by a very appropriate sermon from Ecclesiastes xii. 5, by the Pastor of the church of which he was a member. u Mark the perfect man and behold the upright, for the end of that man is peace. 1 ’—[Com. fJIHE «*R A G I N G ” _____ C A N A L kbin g under an E m b a rgo, caused by & breach uuii Schenectady, . __ B A R T I E T T ) more fortunate than most others, succeeded In getting a large share of his spring purchase upon one o f the two Boats that passed the location of -the breach, prior to its occurrence. Therefore, those desirous of early purcha­ ses, that thev may have the use of their garments through the cnttre seasoo, would do well to call early, as “ t i e first choice is always the best” Among other beautiful styles, we have and, will mention, Embroidered Organdie Muslin, a new article. Paris DeLainee, an imitation of the Foulard Silks. Rich French Shaded DeLaines, all Wool. Printed Muslins, nt Is. 6 d. per yard, warranted faBt co­ lors. Barraize Shawls, parasols, Parasolettes, and Sunshades, bought at Auc­ tion, which can and will be sold very cheap. Shaded and Fringed Bonnet Ribbons, &c. &c. Don’t forget the Gipsies, for at the rate they arc going the present lot will soon be gone. Remember the Store with the Large Windows, No 78 .South side Genesee-st. April 30. _________ F E N T I R E N E W S T O C K O F G O O D S I T o b e so l d v e r y C h e a p ! I ! H E N E W C A S H ST O R E o f H . T ral manufacturing law on Tuesday next ot 10 o’­ clock. Ou motion of Mr. Blnss, tins afternoon w as de­ voted to the third reading o f bills. Mr. C liase called for the consideration of the joint r -solution from the Senate, providing that the A nnual Supply Bill shall be passed a t least five days before tlie final nilj’mrnment, and afu-r a few remarks from Messrs. Chase and B ailey, it was adopted. In the Senate, nothing of m oment. CONGRESSIONAL. W ashington , Monday, A pril 27. In S e n a te . The Semite has beeii engaged this Musi of the fcned t.i the statements because I had a right to do it, and thinking it w as a part of m y duty. Mr. W ebster.— I do not say what a mail has a right to ilo ------- Mr. Dickinson, then—— — m o rniug iu unim p o rtant business members are in tlie House. In t h e House. M r C. J Ingersoll asked to make a personal explanation Objections w e re m ade ; and a m o tion was m ade I re-1 to suspeud tlie rules, to allow him to make his ex- -As a matter of propriety, Mr. W ebster.—Well, I say it was not proper to do it Suppose I had dragged out of a ditch some calumny ou tlie gentleman which he denied, would it b e proper in me to persist in it after that denial 1 Mr. Dickinson.—The speech quoted w as docu­ mentary matter, and I hail a right aud full liberty to lay such before the couutry. Mr. W ebster . —That is true o f documentary history, hut when did that speech become docu- tnentary history 7 Mr. Dickinson.—It was considered so by me, because it was printed and w ent to the public from an official source. t M r. Webster.—-Indeed1. So any falsehood, auy vile calumny, that is raked up, no matter what it is, if printed, is “ documentary history!” The gentleman's own speech, according to that, is al­ ready documentary history! Now sir, 1 repeat again, that it has given me pain to be driven into this controversy—great p ain; b a t I repeat also tint if I am attacked here for any thing done iu the eourse of my public life, I shall defend my- salf. My public reputation, b e it what, it may, has b een e arned by thirty years service in these h ills. It is d earer to m e than life itself, and till life is extinct I will defend it. NEW YORK L E G IS L A T U R E . M onday , April 27. The S enate is not in session. The H o u s e is debating the bill to pay the La­ fayette Horse Guards, called into the service of the state to suppress the anti-rent m ovements in Columbia county. The bill w as referred to the military committee to report complete. The House, in committee, took up the bill to provide for the construction of certain locks on th? Crooked Lake and Chemung canals, and for other purposes* seu**on authorising the expenditure of - $o0,000 to reconstruct the locks on the C rooked L ika canal, and $ 1,000 to reconstruct the wood­ en lock on the Chemung canal, at Elmira, w as passed without amendment. The second section authorizing the Canal com­ missioners to lease suitable lands on w hich to re­ move the stones now encumberiug tbe villa\e of Lockport, Mr. Perkins moved to strike out, as that w as already provided for in anothei bill, but Mr. L. C lark moved a substitute for tlie whole section, that the commissioners be authorized to proceed w ith the construction, of the second tier of locks, limiting the expenditure during the pre­ sent season, at $10,000. The sectiun is under dis­ cussion. H ouse . —The substitute of Mr. Clark was ad ipted, the third section authorizes the commis­ sioners to deepen the canal from the east eud of the Rochester aqueduct to tlie first lock east of the aqueduct. Passed. The 4th section authori­ zes the expenditure of $500 for the Oneida river improvement. Passed. The rest of the bill w as disposed of. The House m et after the recess, and the d ebate was continued on the C anal bill. Adjourned till Wednesday. T uesdax , April 22. plauation. Tlie motion was c arried : ayes 103, nays 25. Mr. Iagersoll then rose and read his statements from a written paper. He made three specifica­ tions, which, he suid, he fuuud substaulatcd on the books at the State Department Oue, th at Mr. W ebster made unlawful use of the public money Auother, that Mr. W ebster applied the same to corrupt party purposes. Aud a third, that Mr. W ebster left the State Department a defaulter in the sum of $2290 Mr. Iugei-sull said he had found ou the books, or in the papers of the State Department, that Mr. W ebster had reversed an old older, and re­ quired the disbursing clerk to pay him this mo­ ney, instead of a third person— that Mr. W. had drawn, in this w ay, during the first nine months he w as in tiie Department, $12,000 ; in 1342, $3.- 000 m o re ; and iu 1843, $2,000, making iu all $17,000. Mr. Ingersoll said that Mr. T y ler w as ignorant of this— but iu July, 1342, gave certificate fur $4,- 500 of it—that Mr. W. w as credited o u th e books fur a return ut 5000—that among the vouchers for the $-1,500, certified to by Mr. T jler, $1000 had beeu paid to A lexander P o w e ll; $2000 to F. O. ! J . Smith, and $100 to Mr. C ritteudeii. Mr. I. asked, if the money w ere spent for the public service, w h y the $5000 were returned 1 — He charged that Mr. W . was a delimiter for 2290 when he left the D epartment—and thathis accouut wm, not adjusted until the 10th of F ebruary, 1845. Mr. I. aaid that Mr. W. had forced this expla­ nation upon him, (Mr. I.) Mr. A shmun, of Massachusetts, asked leave to reply to the remarks of Mr. Iugersoll. Objections w ere made, aud a m otion to suspend the rules made and carried, b y a vote o f 135 to 22 . Mr A. w ent on to show Mr. Ingersoll’s char­ acter, in language both stinging and b itter in the extreme. He w as many times called to order, and stop­ ped—but perm itted to go on again. There was an intense excitement prevailing all the time. Mr. A. brought up Mr. Ingersoll’s abuse of M r. Stockton, of New Jersey, in the House, twenty yeais ago, and for w hich Mr. Stockton m ade him go out of the House crying ! H e also brought M r. Ingersoll’s slander upon Chief Justice Marshall of giving a corrupt decision in the Supreme C ourt. He also brought up the ch.irge against Mr. I. of defrauding the government in the celebrated tea case in Philadelphia, w hen Mr. Ingersoll w as the U. S. D istrict A ttorney in Philadelphia. He theu examined into the maimer in which Ingersoll, the accuser and witness, obtained ’ be pretended to give. On this point, Mr. Ashmun was terribly severe. Before Mr. Ingersull’s statements can be credited, Mr. Polk anil his administration must b e convicted of gross baseness. Mr. Ashmun charged that efforts had been made to induce Mr. Tyler to engage iu this cru­ sade against Mr. Webster. M r.Jngersoll. It isf ai,c . lT 1S A lIE . IT IS A L IE : IT IS THE LIB OF A COWARD. Mr. A shmun. The aged gentleman from P enn­ sylvania— Mr. Ingersoll. No, n o ; not so aged as all that. I am quite young enough for ----- [H e re a 'good deal of confusion took place.- Sir Robert P eel, in the course of the debate, took occasion to say that the Government had or­ dered a supply of Indian Coru and A m erican O at­ meal for Ireland, and that tiie attention o f the Government, by night and day, had been given to tiie melancholy position iu whicli the sister country w as placed. Lord Palmerston and Lord Brougham have been over to Frauce, paying Louis P iullippe a vi­ sit. Miss Cushman and h e r sister w ere playing to uncomfortably crowded houses a t Liverpool.— Her compensation for the Liverpool engagement for twelve nights, w as to be $3000. The printing establishment of Messrs. Steven­ son & Co., printers to the University in Edin­ burgh, lias beeu destroyed by fire. Tills estab­ lishment w as remarkable for its rich collection of i-characters in all the Asiatic tongues, especially the C hinese; and the estimated amount o f loss is large. Tlie accounts carried out by the H ibernia from Boston the first of April, excited a good ileal of attention. Tlie message of Polk was not consid­ ered warlike. Indeed, some of the public wri­ ters profess to see the best guarantee for the con tinuance of peace in the expense to wliich the United States w ill be p u t iu arming for the con­ flict. The speech of Mr. W ebster m favor of the 49 th d egree had been much noticed, and freely com m e n te d upon. D r e a d f u l F a m i n e in I r e l a n d . The intelligence from Ireland is painfully dis tressing. In some p arts of T ipperary, the peas­ antry, unable auy limger to resist the cravings of hunger, have taken the case iu their own bauds, plundered the provision shops, broken intotl-ur mills and helped themselves. The town of Clou- mell is in a state of siege. Troops are obliged to escort provisions as they pass through the streets, mid tlie uufortuuate creulures whose lioncs are iescribed as protruding through tlieir skins, are only k e p t down by the fear of the bayonet. A t te m p t e d A s s a s s i n a t io n o f t h e K in g o f F r a n c e . The K ing of the French, Louis Phillippe, w hen returning from Foutaiubleau mi the 16tii ult. ac­ companied by the Qieen, the Princess A lelaide, tbe Duchess de Nemours, and (he Prince mid Princess of Salermo was shot a t by a man win was sitting on a w all by the side of the road. N' oue iu the carriage was injured, although tbe ball cut the fring of oue of tbe curtains. The man who fired the shot w as arrested and his name is said to be Luconate. The latest accounts from Spaiu. announce that Narvaez, inconsequence of liis quarrel w ith Chris­ tina has been driven out o fthe country. He had fled into the south o f France, and utBayomie w as met by his w ile. The L iberty of tbe press had been] restored, and other outrages upon Ire ( doll) are being 8ull- t-lied, or iu som e w a y attuned for. T h e O r e g o n q u e s t io n . The following extracts irom an article in the Loudon T imes of the 13 h ult., show thai that paper does not look upon the line of the 49th deg. eveu, asii certain line of agreement; and gives also th e latest opinion w h ich w e find on this q u e s­ tion. Ia the w h ile course of these negotiations, that which has changed most completely, is the claim set up by the A m ericans. In 1318 and 1326, the erritory ia dispute was expressly asserted and dearly understood to be com p rised betw e e n the 42d anil 49th degrees of latitude. As for the more Northern tract, between 49 mid 54 degrees 40 minutes, we are uot aware tb it the paramount claims of B ritain to that p art of it vvere theu call­ ed in question. The proposals and partiti >u i ang- ed between the mouth o f the C olumbia and the 49th d e g re e ; b u t uot b e y o n d ; and the A m erican I’lenipotentiaviesunsuccessfully claimed tbe w hole of that region, b u t no more. Since that time and in their m ore recent discussions they have raised their demands. They have laid claim to the whole c o u n try; aud then, as if it were the farthest limits of con- coucession, they revert to their former offer, the very same that w as before rejected. They have raised a claim to the whole of O regon, uot w ith any expectation of acquiring the entire province, but in order to reconcile us to terms w e have be­ fore declared to he inadmissible. But the truth is. that the bare 49th parallel is to all intents and purposes the same thing that it w as 20 years ago. We intimated an opiuiou some time a g i, tnat S uicide in W ilbkrham .—A man named B urr, about 33 years of age, in W ilberham, hung him. self in a fit of delirium tremens, ou F riday night last. He was o f respectable connexions, and has lefta family t i m ourn his untimely eud.—[Spring­ field R epublican. The Skane.iteles Cimi.iiunity have sold out and are breaking up. This adils another to the mauy proofs on record, lhat the bonds o f infi­ delity are uot suited to hold men together in so­ cial harmony. A gentleman front Philadelphia, we hear, inis purchTised the firm nnd appurtenan­ ces, mid assumed the liabilities of the concern.— Skaneateles C olumbian. D ivorces . —Ab mt 60 divorces have b een an- th irized by tbe I’eniis.-lvuni.-i Legislature. Each divorce costs the a-iplii a it $20. ____ It is strongly u rgeJ upo.i tbe emigrants to 0 •- j m, to take tlieir w ives w itli them , as there is uo supply of th it article ill that heathen laud. INGERSOLL AND W E B S T E R . NothTi\ c.ui m ire clearly th iw tlie d.lionnrn- ble and infamous character of tlie charges brought by C. J . Iagersull against Mr. W ebster, than the manner in which they ure treated by those o f his political associates who venture to notice them at ull. Iu tlie Senate on W ednesday, Mr. W estcott, >f Florida, in the course o f some remarks ou the resolution uf M r. .Taniigau, made the following al­ lusion to the subject— w hich we c ipy as being uo less honorable to him than to Mr. W e b ster:— Roch. Dem. “ T he Senate, it is proposed, shall ask tlie P res­ ident to inform it as to iiow tiie secret service fund for a certain period lias beeu speut. Tlie Senator w ho offered this resolution, I am satisfied, lias no idea that any impropriety lias occurred ns to its dispursemeiit. I am convinced he be­ lieves, as I tlo not hesi/ale to declare that 1 do, nay, as I deem i l my duly to say, that the impu tutious made against the late President und the distinguished Senator from Massachusetts, in ref­ erence to the use o f this fund improperly, w hilst the latter w as S ecretary of State, arc slanders o f the silliest and most p itiful character. Sir, (said Mr. W .,) I will not, as u Senator, by any vote of mine, perm it any such fugacious scandal against auy high executive officer of m y country, o f any political party, aud especially against a citizen who stands as high before the world as does the senator assailed, aud of whose reputation and fame abroad, (opposed as I am to him iu political opinion on almost every subject of party contest,) I, as an A m erican, feel proud—I say, i will not consent that such gossip shall be the foundation of a call npon the P resident or any actiun what­ ever of this character.” I will not dignity such unworthy accusations by taking any notice of them whatever. I mprovement of C layey and S andy S oils .— Old Buussingault knows a tiling or two, (says Abraham Siintb in the W estern C ultivator.) but he h as n u t satisfied p ractical llirm ers h o w h e m ight supply the defect of clay iu sandy soil, and sarnl iu clayey soil. May I venture to hint, in home- spun language 7 It is w ell known that there are certain vegetable matters that are quickly decom posed, such us ripe timothy, rye straw, &c. It is als i w ell known tli it tiie defect iu sandy soils is, principally, that the laud lacks adhesion, -and is too quick a conductor of heat mid air, w hile the reverse is the defect iu clay. Hence the remedy L. KNIGHT & CO., at 67 G e n e s e e - s t., Auburn, will lie opened on FRIDAY’, the 8 th inst. The public are invited to call and examine one of the choicest and best selected stocks of DRY’ GOODS, fancy and staple, and FAMILY GROCERIES, ever offered in this market, which will be sold for Cash at unprecedented Imo irices . To make large promises as to cheap goods, in advertisements, and not to make them true when prices are put upon the articles, is not ou- S.v.-tem. We boldy nnd with entire confidence, proclaim the Store of H. L. KNIGHT, & CO, as the Cheap Store oi Auburn, and hold our.-elvcs ready tu convince all who may coll, oi the truth of the assertion. Our Goods have been purchased for Cash, nnd will be sold nt about or below New York whole­ sale prices. Remember that we have no old Good 3 . mixed with a few new articles, but that our entire stock is new and fresh, and that the place to get for one dollar, whnt you would elsewhere two tor, is at H. L. KNIGHT <fc CO’S. E M A L E S E M I N A R Y a t O s w e - go, (N Y.) t This flourishing Institution under the charge of the MISSES BRAMAH, opened its Spring Term on the 4th of March last. The Seminary is tne spacious building for­ merly known as the United States Hotel. Its location is one of peculiar beauty, commanding aline view ofthe vil* lage. river and lake. The Boarding Department is under the charge ofthe parents ofthe Misses Brarnan, who will exercise a parental care and vigilance over all who may i become members of their family. The course of instruction occupies four years. Quar­ terly reports are made to parents and guardians. T e r m s . —Board, two dollars per week, half payable in advance. This includes board, lodging, room rent, fire and lights. Washing 25 cents per week. T u i t i o n p e r Q u a r t e r * Juvenile Class, S 3 , 5 0 The common branches, 5 , 0 0 The higher branches, C , 0 0 R x t r a . French, 4 ,0 0 Latin, 4 , 0 0 Drawing and Painting, 5 , 0 0 Music, including use of Piano, 1 0 , 0 0 Ornamental Needle Work, 2 , 0 0 REFERENCES. Hon. William H. Seward, Auburn. Hon. Bowen Whiting, Geneva. Hon. Mark H. Sibley\ Canandaigua. Richard L. De Zeng, Esq., Skaneateles, John C. Beach, Esq., “ Hon. Christopher Morgan, Auburn. pay i (N. B. First .-tore east of T. M. Hunt, Druggist.) Auburn, May (>, 181fi. ___ d&c. D E I XL in ,N O T T O B E B E A T ! ! — jr. & G . C L A P P , -at the old stand, corner of ^tate and Clark streets, have ou hand a larje as.-ortment of the most fa?h- ionahle CARRIAGE, made oftiie best materials, and con­ tinue to make P e d l a r * ’ W a g o n s in the most approv- ved style. Those wi-hJig to purchase will do well to call before purchasing, as they ore determined not to be under­ sold. Auburn, May, 184J. ctf E M O V A L — M . II. K E N N E D Y , e-ii ivui I h’s I’.i’mtiui' cs’a’alishiiient to the corner of North nnd (’hnpel-streets, where he will be ready to meet his old cu tomcrs and as many of his new ones RS may choose to favor him with a call. C o n c h , S ig n dr O r n a m e n t a l P a i n t i n g , executed in n workmanlike manner, as cheap ns tbe cheap­ est, and promptly attended to. General satisfaction guar­ antied. Don’t forget the place—at the old stand of J. G. Downer. .M fm S g s KENNEDY & DANFORTH, successors to Dnnforth .fc Barron, wifl U 1/ vR r co n t in u e tiie C A R R I A G E BU .-U N E S S , corner ot Nurth and Chapcl-strcefc*, in all its b ranches, and will make to order, anything in the shape of a carriage as cheap as cau be made anywhere. Repairing done iu the best manner, and none but the best materials used Auburn, May <i, lc'4(i. is imlicited. Willi a clay soil, plow in liaril w 1 1/ s i u ‘a i 2 :s, as vipe timothy, uml plow in the full. Oil :i soil too sandy, plow under given mauure, and plow at the time that the vegetabl m atter is fullest of sap, say clover in lilussum, o oats just beginning to head. Chemists can tell us why and wherefore, and a practical funner may see the effect if he will try. A S ilv e r C up h is beeu nreseuteil hv the far mers and o th er citizens of H omer, to M -. S. B Wool w orth, principal of C urtl.n.d A-. ademy, a token of respect mid gratitude for the instruction received from his lute lectuies ou Agrh ultura' Chemistry and Geology,vviiu h hey have h n l he p ivilege of attending gr.iluiti usly. The lcctun. me spoken of as very able and well ada-ited practical u tili'y, enabling the cultivator o fthe soil by adopting the principles laid down, to prosecute Ins high and noble calling with a fairer pr, sji -c- of success. W e hope the experiment which has been 59 snrcessful nt lhe Ac idemy in Ilom e r limy be tried a t institutions o fa similar cliuructc-r ill other places. Mr. W oolworth designes to give another course of lectures n ext winter and to n i­ ter more fully into the subject of agricultural sci­ ence.—[Skaneateles Columbian. H O O P E R S ' T O O L S . — A g o o d a s - sortm e iitof the R o c h ester Coopers’ T ools, for inlo by WATROUS & HYDE, Auburn, 1845. 73 Gcncsee-st. 0 R D E R E D , T h a t a l l t h e C r e d i - tors of I’HINEAS W H ITESID E , an iusol- vent debtor, be required to show cau=e. if any they have, before me. on the 20 th day of luly next at 10 o’clock in the forenoon, at my office in the village of Auburn, why nn assignment of the said insolvent's estate should not be made, and he be discharged from his debts, pursuant to the provisions of the statute for the discharge of an insol­ vent from his debts, notice for which is to be published for ten weeks successively in the £tatc paper, and the newspaper printed in the county of Cayuga, entitled the Auburn Journal and Advertiser.—Dated May 4,1846. J. L. RICHARDSON, l\v 6 First Judie of Cayuga. Rev. R. W. Condit, “ C. Jones, “ I. S. Davenport, u I. Lanton, M I. Alley, D. H. Marsh, Esq., James Platt. Esq., Alvin Bronson, Esq., L. B. Crocker, Esq., Henry Fitzkngh, Esq., Albert Crane. Esq., 35d4t&c4t OSWEGO. Doctor S. Hart; “ II. Van Dyck, 11 E. A. Potter, Wm. I. Pardee, Esq., George Deming, Esq., I. B. Park. Esq., Henry Eagle. Esq., D. Harmon, Jr., Esq., J. Bickford, Esq.. I. L. Lake. Esq., J. B. Edwards, Esq. C O A C H , S i s n S c O r n a m e n t a l P a i n t i n s . -in all ita branches, done in a first rate and substantial manner, by T KENNEDY, on North street, nearly opposite the Methodist Church, cheap for cash or good pay. February 10th, 1846. _________ (? APPETING ! CARPETING !! WfJOLBSALE & RETAIL- P R I S O N C A R P E T W A R E H O U S E . N o . 7 9 G e n i o e M i t ., A u b a r u , N .-Y . The Subscriber, Agent for the sale o f Cupeting manu­ factured in the Prison, (one of the largest Factories in tbe United States,) has on band, and is dolly receiving for the spring trade, the most extensive assortment of CARPETING ANB CARPET GOODS, ever offered in Western New York. The assortment con­ sists of Royal Saxony—the best manufactured in this country. Bruasells, 2 and 3 thread—equal if not superior to im­ ported. Imperial 3 Ply. of new and choice patterns. Common, Fine, Extrafine, Superfine and Extrasuperfine Ingrain Carpeting. . w . „ Royal, Damage and Striped Venetian Hail & Stair Cnr- c has a selection from over 100 looms, It enables him to ofter, oil the choice Patterns, many of them entirely new, nnd before they have ever been exhibited in market, giving the purchaser an advantage in Patterns as well as in prices, over the New York Market. Also, a large assort­ ment of F L O O R O I L C L O T H S , rom 2 to 12 feet wide. Matting, Table and Piano Covers Woolen and Cotton Drugget, Turkey Tufted, Wilton & Brussella Hearth Rugs, Door Mats, Binding, Round, Oval nnd Patent Ftair Rods. Transparent Window Shades, Trimmings. &c . CARPET BAGS—Saxony, Bruseells, &• Venetian Carpet Bags, of his own manufacture, at wholesale, less than New York Prices. L. W. NYE, Agent Auburn, April 1,1846. 48 WATCHES, JEWELRYi&c. -J. W , H A I G H T ha* removed his ^ S I L V E R W A T C B E 8 1 8 ilver Spoons and Table Forks, Gold and Silver Spectacles sad Pencils. Jewelry, a large assortment Gold Pens. English and American Britania YVare. Silver Plated Candlesticks, Snuffers snd Trayi; Plated and Britania Castors. Solar, Hall, and Csmphene Limps. Also, a great variety of other articles in Hs line,- of the latest patterns, all of weich hs will sell as chtap as can be purchased in any Store in tha State. CLEANING AND REPAIRING. The Subscriber having .in his employ the most skillful workmen, is prepared to do all kinds of Cleaning and R e ­ pairing in tlie best maimer, at short notice, and on the (^ 'P le a s e call and examine, at !S a s , e r ’s O l4 S ta n d , 5 7 Genesee-st. Aubnrn. March 2.1846. J. YV. HAIGHT. S C Y T H E S T O N E S , G E N U I N E QUINNEBAUG SCYTHE STONES, b j th» box or dozes. Emmery Rifles, Scythes; Scythe Snaths. Hay and Grain Rakes; superior hay Forks, Solid Steel Hoes, by the dozen. Grain Cradles. SAL j ERATUS, by the barrel or less quantity. Also, O r o c c r i c s , S t o n e a n d \W o o d e n \W a r e , &c„ all of which will be sold cheap for Cash, by ’ H. WILLSON, T E J j tr C A R R I A G E M A K I N G . E W I S & K E N N E D Y , c o n t i n u e to m anufacture a ll k inds o f Carriages, as w e ll as LUMBER WAGONS, ut their old stand on North street, nenrly opposite the Methodist Church, nnd will make to order, any kind of Carriages, and sell the same os cheap as as any other establishment. All work warranted well done All kinds of Repairing done to order. Auburn, Feb. 10th, 1846. L. &, K. N E W M I L L I N E R Y G O O D S . SPR IN G FA S H IO N S .—I have j n st r e tnrn- ed from New York, with a good assortment of MILLINE­ RY GOODS, which I will sell at Lowest Prices, both at wholesale and retail. I have on hand a splendid stock of N e w F a s h i o n a b l e B o n n e ts, and I would say that my Bonnets are all new, as I disposed of all of my old Bonnets to go West, before I went to New York. So all those that wish a NEW HAT. will find it for their interest to call on us, as they can at all times find the LARGEST STOCK IN AUBURN, of nil kinds, and are sure of getting the newest shapes. To MILLINF.RS, I would say. we are now prepared to furnish you with a New Stock* Call soon, and have your chance. T. F. GRAHAM. Auburn, March 25,1846. 47wtf S A S H A N D B L I N D F A C T O R Y . The subscriber having permanently established himself in the town of Locke, Cayuga Co., iu the manufacture of W i n d o w Stash & B l in d s * is now prepared to furnish them in every variety, of the hest kinds and ofthe cheapest rates. Having recently procured new machinery, he is enabled to manu­ facture BLINDS, of a greatly superior quality, and at low cr prices than ever before. He has also machinery for tenoning and morticeing doors, which cost more toon a hundred dollars, and docs its work in a style to compare with its value—each tenon exacty fitting its mortice. All persons building or over seeing large blocks, such as Taverns, Stoaes, Factories, &x. &c., are invited to direct, their attention to this shop, and they will be supplied with the above article, made of good pine, and in the best of workmanship. 5 ^ ° Merchants and others, wishing to sell on commis­ sion will be furnished upon the best tf rms. Jobbers and builders will find it to their advantage to call. AU orders by mail or otherwise promptly attended to. Direct to Locke, P. O. E. F. PUTNAM. Lockc. November 26,1845. 30wtf M s A S T E R N L I M E , a S u p e r i o r a r - ticlo for W liitewashiu\. by the b arrel or less quantity, j u s t r e c e iv e d and for s a le liy WATROUS & IIYDE. Mnrcli 2,1846. No. 73 Genesee-st. L( O O K I N G G L A S S F A C T O R Y W M . GOODW IN, M a n u facturer of G ilt aud Mahogany L O O K I N G G L A S S E S , P o r t r a i t a n i l P i c t u r e F r a m e s , WINDOW AND BED CORNICES. Gilding made to wash, if ordered. Keeps Picture Glass, double and single thickness, of all sizes up to 24 by 35 indies, particulurly for slioiv Cases very thick Gloss for Curriers’ Slickers, Compass Glasses. Looking Glasses repaired to order—No 49 Exchange Block, Wo doors west of Parsons aud Hewsou's Cabinet Ware rooms. Auburn, March 2.1842. a LOOK AT 35 GENE- SEE STREET. W M . P . S M I T H , one of tlie late firm of Keyes & Pmith, will continue to manufacture HATS AND CAPS, of the best quality, most approved styles, and superior finish, (whicli will be sold CHEAP of course,) at the old stand No. S 5 Genesee-st, Auburn. The SPUING FASHIONS for 1816receivcd nnd for sale, f '»/■-' Ilals and Caps made to order on short notice. May. 1846.___________________________________1 T I N , C O P P E R , and S H E E T IRON MANUFACTORY. The Subscriber hnv- Indian corn, according lo S ir Robert F eel’sstate- tneut, h.ift risen highly in the e stim ation o f the peo- pit’, iu Ireland it is fast superseding the water p >Lito, aud the Prem ierexpresaed a p raisew o rthy feeling nf pride a' fi.iding tbe people of that conn- try preferring w h a t he ju s tly styles, *' a he4- i te r uml more generous description of food.\ Under 6uch auspices, the consumption o f Indian C.ini throughout G reat B ritain cannot fail to lie carried to a much greater extent. The excellent use to which it turned as au article o f dietary in the United States is tolerably familiar to E uropean, at all events to B ritish eara. A i regards Ireland, ihis result is mainly atlrib liable to Father M athew, for whom appears to be reserved the houor. not only of curing the national distemper —a fondness for w hiskey—but, w h at is scarcely of less consequence, familiarising his countrymen with the use o f a healthy and economical article of food. The man who banishes the potato from Ireland will confer on h er sons incalculable ser­ vice. To the almost universal reliance on that miserable vegetable as a means of sustenance, may b e traced much o fthe distress u n d er wliich the peasautry labor. Indian Corn, if generally used, would p u t an end to much of the crime which is prevalent. It w ould supersede coercion bills ; it w ould extinguish much of the heart-bur­ nings about land; and b y directing the energies of the people to nobler ends than living solely to in g r e m o v e d his s tore t o N o . 8 4 Gene.cee-sreet, Exchange BttiltLiigs, recently occupied by JO. II. Groot, 2 doors west ofiviaon’s Bookstore, would announce to thecitizens of Auburn and the iurrounding country, that he intends prosecuting tiie above bu-iness in all its branch­ es, and hopes that by paying a strict regard to the want© of hi? customer?, to merit a part of the public patronage. He would also announce to pedlars that he intends to whole­ sale tin (ls cheap as it can be bought anywhere, and takes tlie following arti* Ics in exchange: White Rags, Old Cop­ per, Fewicr and Brass, Brown Itags, Gce?e, Ilona and Tur­ key Feather?, Horde Docks, Bn -tie?, Cattle’© Tails, Bees Wax, Ho,'*s Hair, Sizing, Mustard Seed, Sheep Skins, Qilill®, Wool ofall qualities, Butter, Cheese, Lard, Old Cast and Wrought Iron, Old Rope, Sacking, and in fact, there is no neceBsity of any thing being lo-t; just bring it along to No. 81 Gene-ee^treit, to LGIUNG A, l’ELTON. Auburn, May 5, lc46. d&c V .VB W P l* A N O F K IT S IN E S S F O l l A U R I 7 R N . & S A R T W E L L , h a v i n g _ the stand occunloil f jr s*>me yearn hy G. S. Murfey, (Mr. M. having left for New York,) at No. *>7 O caic*cc .Nlreel, havo established a P R I C E S T O K E . We w-ill mark our uood© nt the very lowest prices we tvill *ell them for. We expeit to fell at .smaller profits, nnd to give a I better bargain?. Being entirely tired of a mnfering system of business our-rlvns. we hope a small Mort on (at lea* t) of the purchasing public are. nnd will try our way of do:n ; bn iness. Having refitted onr Store, nnd least d for a term of years, we hope, by attention to business, to cive sati-faetion to our customers. We have received almq t an entire NEW STOCK OF GOODS, p u H m 'c d in the Now York Mid Boston m a rkets; ninny of the i-tylcfi of the manufacturer , hy the case, on as fa­ vorable tcrnrt as tlie markets will afford. We will not enum-inite the styles, hut will he able to show (we think) as lar-rc nnd well selected sto. h as can he found on Gene­ see street YVc have an entire fre-h lot of F a n c y & S ta p le D r y G o o d s Se O ro c o rico. Gall nnd try m before you decide you cannot buy cheap W h e r e Mlt one prii e is aeked. ALBERT H GOPS. Auburn. April. 1 8 4 6 . ________ H. J. SARTWELL. H A V E Y O U A T h ree Copies for §1. A Treatise on MILCH COWS, whereby the quality and quantity of milk which any Cow will give may be accu­ rately determined by observing naturalmarks or external indications alone; the length of time she will continue to give Milk. See. See., by M. Francis Guenon, of Liboume, France. Translated for the Farmers* Library, from the French, by N. P. Trist, Esq. late U. S. Consul at Havouna; with Introductory Remarks and Observations on the Coiv an d the D a i r y , by John S. Skinner, Editor ofthe Farmers’ Library. Il­ lustrated with numerous Engravings. £_ 5 ^*Price for sinrrlo copies, neatly done up in paper ro­ vers, 37} cents. Full bound in cloth, nnd lettered, G2£ ct-. The usual discount to Bookseller©, Agents, Country Mer­ chants and Peddlers. Farmers throughout the United States may receive the work through the Mails. The postage on each copy will be about 7 cent®. By remitting $2 free of postage we will send seven copies of the work done up in paper covers, or three copies for $ 1 . Country Merchants visiting any of the Cities can pro­ cure the work from Booksellers for those who may wish to obtain i t Please send on your orders. Address, GREELEY & McELRATH, Publishers, 51 w 8 Tribune Buildings, New-York V A L U A B L E R E A L E S T A T E F O R S A L E . The following property will be sold on alib- eral credit, with a moderate payment down: Large Dwelling House ana Barn onMadison-street. One vacant Lo do do do do on \VYashington-street. A House and Lot on Hulbert-street. do do Mechiraic-street. Brick House and Bam on comer of North and Semiua- ry-streets. Dwelling House nnd Bara on Dill-street. Dwelling House on south side of Genesee-street, next door east of the Court House. An elegant Brick House, with a good Bara, on Grover street—it not sold soon it will be 1 0 LET. A vacant Lot on the corner of South and Grover-strcets. Five Shops or Stores on the west side of North-strcet, 14 feet front by about 100 feet deep. A large Building in the rear of said Shops. A Bake House and large Oven, also in rear of said build- ‘^ w o Brick Stores and Dwellings opposite the Bank of Auburn. A Farm of 51 acres on the west side of Auburn, with comfortable House nnd Barn. 144 acres of Timber Land in Chemung Co, 2 miles from the Chemung Canal. 297 acres of Land in McKeaa Co., Pennsylvania. Several Houses and Lots on Cumpston Alley. Also, 160 acres of Land in Illinois. Also, the House and lot situated on State-sL, now occu- ied by S. Parsons, Esq. If not sold by 1st May, it wilt be to rent. Also, 20 Well and Cistern Pumps, and two one horse Wagons. ABIJAII FITCH. Auburn, March, 14 1846.—I2d3t&ctt P O W D E R . —B L A S T I N G , C a n n o n X and S ’lortinsr Pow d e r, constantly on hand, for sale, wholesale or retail, two doors east of the Auburn House, by H. WILT.SON, Agent Auburn, July 10,1843. for the Manufacturers. F e a t h e r s . — F m s T r a t e l i v e GEESE FEATHERS for wile at April 21st. 1846. H. WOODRUFF'S, No. 77 Genesee D R U G S A N D M E D I C I N E S . T . keeps a large stock of Simple. Compound and Patent Med­ icines at oil times on liana, which will he sold at whole­ sale or retail, on the best terms. Prescriptions put up by competent hand?—nnd all articles of medicine, whether simple or compound warranted ofthe beat sort April J4.1816. 2nwdtfw G A R D E N , F I E L D A N D $ FLO WE ft REEDS. S T. M. HUNT, Druggist, is Agent of the Sha-^ krs for the sale of Field, Garden and Flower Heeds, and ho3 an extensive assortmentnow open for sale. Tliej' are probably the best seeds in market. Auburn, April, 184G.-—o8d&.c.w4 N E W S P R I N G G O O D S . J u s t arrived atSCHENCK’S No. 7 5 Gencsee-strect, to . which tlie attention of his customer© is respectful­ ly invited Auburn. March 28.1846. t i R e f i n e d m o u l d c a n d l e s The Subscribers arc Manufacturing a Supe­ rior article of Refined Mould Candles, Nos. G ancl 8 , which they are selling at the lowest Market Prices. Mer­ chants and others wanting a good article will do well to call and examine. T e r m s —CASH. They have ulso a large stock of whien they will sell on such terms as to induce Merchants wishing a supply to call before purchasing elsewhere. IV. B . C a s h p a i d f o r T a l l o w . A. 11. &. J. BURT, Auburn. March 2,1846. No. 7 Gencsee-eS F O K T O F R O C H E S T E R . IT 0 1 JD HION p o s s I T t ik»*n : O R W A R D I N G A N D C O M M I S ­ SI BUSINESS.— T h e subscriber is now prepared to store nnd forward Goods to any port on La w Ontario , River St, Latcrcnc the Unper Lakes, Ohio Canal*, and Mississippi River , all kinds of goods and mer­ chandize whicli may he consigned to his care. IJi© facilities are such that all unnecessary detention will hereafter he prevented. Two d a i l y L i n e s ofSixAM- ers leave his dock at the foot of Buell Avenue, on the west side of the Itiver, for the various ports on Lake Ontario, and River St. Lawrence. A regular line of .Steam P ho - rELLEas, and a line of S atx . V essels , will also leave the same point lor the upper Lakes. Emigrants for the Western country will save expense and tlie inconvenience of trnn-hipmf-nt, by taking tlie Lake at Rochester, the Welland Canal being now en­ larged, admitting vessels of .500 tons burthen. Goods in store kept injured against fire, unless stipulated to the contrary when received. Liberal advances made on all consignments of produce and merchandise when desired. Notices of freight, or inquiries relating to the arrival and departure of the Routs, can be made at tho Steamboat Office, next door to the Eagle Hotel. April 2D. 51 w7 ALEX. KELSEY, [ the 49.li parallel ought conveniently to serve as ( rear ,he framework ofsociefy would be is c l e a r th a t • ____ * ____ « . ..«— u „ i •* _____ ■» ___ 1 ____ .1 _____ r q l0rum being present, tbe Senate , heard, b n t w h e ther from the floor o r the gtalerie. the reporter could uot distinguish ] - . present, tbe Senate adjourned to to-morrow, by the M o w in g YOte: the basis of an arrangem e n t; bu t i t is such a proposal must b e accompanied w ith more extensive conditions than those heretofore a n n ex­ ed to it by the Americans. I t roust leave the w h o le of Vancouver’s Island, tlie navigation, a n d harbor of the straits o f Fuca, the free use of the C o lum b ia a n d its northern branches dow n to the sea, and indemnity o r compensation to the Hud­ son’s Bay Coropauy for the posts they would be called upon to surrender. W e do not p retend to point out alii the stipula­ tions w hich it w ould be the p art of ai prudent and just policy to require, as an equivalent for a con­ cession so m u choeiow o u r original claims and as we firmly believe o u r ju s t rights; b u t the cession of the vacant soil m ight b e politic aud endurable, provided the private rights already long acquired and enjoyed by B ritish subjects, w ere duly re­ spected; and they must beyond all qucstiou b e protected by tbe ultimatum of England. Be­ tween th*se two proposals, lies the quesiion of peace and war, narrowed as these controversies sire to a small issue, but nevertheless broad enough to swallow u p the peace o.f the w orld. The m oderate members of the Senate make the 49th parallel their fighting line. President Polk is evidently m ore inclined to lean to the side of resistance than of concession; and on our side, we can really discover no motive of reason or ar­ gument to justify n s in any further departure from the position assumed long ago by the B ritish Gov­ ernment, and confirmed By the emphatic declar­ ations of the ministers of the C rown. L o n d o n M o n e y M a r k e t , April 18.—Not any very important change in the money m arket since the sailing of the Great W estern. Bill brokers maintain tlie rates of discount at 3iJ'2>4 p e r cent. In foreign funds no material change. L o n d o n C o r n M a r k e t , A p ril 13.— Since the sailing of tbe Great Western there has been an im p roved dem a n d for W h eat, and prices are somewhat higher. Free foreign wheat finds buy­ ers at retail. L iv e r p o o l C o r n M a r k e t , April 18.—A bet­ ter feeling in the Corn M a rket and prices rath e r advanced. Indian C om to day la2s. for 430 Hi3. d“arer than on ihis day se’nnight. On tbe 17th English w h eat 2d. p er 70lbs dearer. Canadian ; F lour in good demand a t an improvement of 6d. tnerbbl. Indian C om still moving off freely into hands o f E nglish and Irish buyers, fully suppor­ ted previous quotations. A cargo o f American W heat sold a t 7s. per 7l)lbe.. and a few hundred bbls. U. S. Flour, 26«. porbb!. 0\ly file* to dav im p roved by b e tter hablta a n d e n larged comforts. Potocki, one o f l h e leaders o f th e late revolt in Poland, bas been condemned to death, and exe­ cuted at S ied'ee. f l R O C K E R Y S T O R E . - Z . M . V M A S O N * a t N o - R 2 O o n e s o i* S t r e e t , Exchange Block, An- bum . offers as c l i e a p a\ the chenpertin tlie Country or city, the largest and best ns* sormienr of C R O C K E R Y , consisting of C l ii - u n , G l a s s , n n d E a r Hi o n W a r e , ever offered in West- tern New York. We have a great variety of Breakfast, Dinner and Tea Ware, of our own importation, made to order. Also, Chi­ na Tea Fetts of every style in use, (and very superior in qunlity,) together with CUT AND PLAIN GLASS WARE. Solar. Astral, Hall and Mantel l a m p s , with Chimneys and Shades of h 11 sorts and sizes. T a b i c C u tl e r y , S p o o n s , a n il S to n e W n r c , together with a choice assortment of FAMILY GROCE- RIF.P. as good as the hest and cheap as the chenpest- a . . MASON’S CROCKERY STORE. S ' T A T E M U T U A L A S S U R A N C E CO., of W orcester. Massachusetts. Hon. J o h n D a v is, President. Hon. Isa a c D a v i 3 , First Vice President S t e p h e n S a lis b u r y , Esq. Second Vice President CtAjtENDON H akkis , S e c r e tary. Appliuntions for Assurance, may be made to the under­ signed, who will give inlormation relating to the rates of Premium, and tbe principle and plan upon which the Company is cstalil'slied. E lbridge. April 25th, 1846. A. W H E E L E R . J r .. 52ctf. Agent for the interior of New York W H A T N E C E S S I T Y f o r a R e - ductinn of the Tariff, w h e n G mds mnv he bought nt the Prison Clothing Store at Free Trade Prices ? ttnd tomething new arriving almost every day. Our long Store. (132 feet deep,) well filled with Cheap Goods, p h llty o f th a t coed 2s. 6 d- Tea, C a l i c o e s a t 6 d. and superior jit ls. Giptey Bonnets, a fine assortment; H E A D Q U A R T E R S . ^ S P R I N G F A S H I O N S Jei> for Gentlemen’s Hats are now ready for inspection, nnd we would say to all those who wish to be genteelly crow edto call it l i > l C r c a o a e n - ^ tr c o t. lld tf March 1 A. T. CARPENTER & SON. J I .V T S ! H A T S SPRING FASHION. The Spring Fashion for HATS as introduced by the principal Hatters in New York, on Saturday, March 7th, 1846, is received and ready for inspection at tbe Hat and Cap Store of L. V. KEYES. March 10.—9 A 1 T C O S T .— D R Y G O O D S F O R cash at cost. The subscribers intending to change the character of their business, will sell for cash their entire stock of Dry Goods, consisting of a large assortment of Broad Cloths Cassimcres, Pntinetts. Domestic Cloths, bleached and un­ bleached Cambrics, Jaconett Muslins, Book nnd Swiss do, Bishop Lawns, Dimities, Barred Cambrics. Calicoes, nnd Ginghams, plain and figured bl’k, blue bl’k, preen and brown Alpaccas, Mouslin De Laines, Shawls nnd. all other articles comprised in a full assortment of Dry Goods. Merchants desirous of replenishing their stocks, can have an opportunity of ho doing, at New York prices. A. II. & J. BUItT. No. 7 Gcnesce-st. J g O N N E T S . — A v e r y Auburn, March 2.1846. 2 doors'east of Auburn House. AND CHEAP ery choice lot of L adies’ Iic g l i n r n a n d S t r a w H a t s , to lie fold n little cheaper than elsewhere, at April 29ili—S2c&d. II. WOODRUFF'S. JH A U C il, 1 8 4 6 —S P R I N G G O O D S . H E O . G U L L I V E R & S O N , 96 J G e n e s e e corner o f E x c h a u g e - s ircet, A F R U B i V j —Respectfully announce to tiie citizens ot Auburn and vicinity who are in pursuit of tlieir Spring and Summer Goods, that they are prepared to exmbit the Richest and choicest selection of Fashionable Styles ever imported into this country. They deem it necessary to state that nil Styles and qualities o f their Goods will be of­ fered for sale at a small advance from cost, nnd at the very lowest market prices. Strangers will find it to their inter­ est to call nnd examine their extensive assortment before purchasing elsewhere. O u r stock consists in p a r t of B A L Z A R I N E S A N D D c L A I N S , o f tlie m o s t splendid designs a n d colorings, a m o n g w h ich are some extra rich shaded styles, entirely new. Organda, French, Scotch, English and American Ging­ hams, from ls. to 44 cts. pr. yard. PRINTS 1 PRINTS!! PRINTS! II A large lot, which for beauty andphenpness will comparo with any ever ottered in this m arket Among them there may he found fast colors for 8 cents pr. yard.' SATINS. Black, White and Colored India Satins. Black, Blue Black, nnd Colored Alpacca, of fine finish tnd lustre. STIAAVIiS, An extensive and rich selection, consisting of Fine Brocha white grounds, Emb. deLnine Chnmclion. Ottoman, splendid styles, printed Cashmere, do, new designs, Mode lierage, do, heavy figured Silk, do, together with a large variety that cannot he here enumerated, hut must be seen and priced to be appreciated. LINEN GOODS. Comprising almost every article in tlie housc-keepinglino \iz:— Fine Irish Linen, from 25 cents to $1. Fine Damask Table Linens. Scotch, English, und Russia Diaper Towelling of all kinds and qualities. Linen Shirting, Linen Cambric nnd Lawn Hdkfs. hem­ stitched and embroidered, from 10 cts. to 10 s. each. DOMESTIC GOODS. A good assortment of Bleached nnd Brown Sheetings, comprising almost every style of Domestic Manufacture, double and single widths, varying in price from 6 to 15 ct j. 8iiatics, Parasol, and XI inl>rt-ll:' A largo and well selected assortment, and very cheap, va­ rying in price from 2 s. tp 10 s. each. B O IV N JETS. Florence deCoss, Extra Straw, Lace, Ladies mode ava. Florence l ’eduls. Modcnas, Gipsoys, -fee. &c. RIBANDS—Cap nnd Bonnet Ribands a large assortment Fringed, Striped and Plaid for Spring Trimming. HOSIERY! HOSIERY! I HOSIERY:!! In this department will be found an extensive assort­ ment of French, German and English Hose. Ladies white, do from 6 to 25 cents pr. pair. Gents, do i do 6 to 14 do do GLOVES. Ladies’, Gentlemens’ and Children's Gloves of all de scriptions and prices. 1Jroad Cloths. French, English, German and American Cloths, extra super, medium and low qualities, iu Black, Blue, Green Olive, Brown and Drab mixtures, from $1,25 to $5,50 pr. y d . CASSIMERES. Plain, Black, French^English and American doeskin, sin­ gle and double width. Fancy Colored French, and American Ribb’d Plaids, striped and diagonals. Vest in New styles of Caslimcre, Persian Velvets, Striped and Plain, Silk and Satin Florentines, Marseilles. Figured and P lain . Plain nnd Twilled Beaver nnd Pilot Cloths of assorted colors nnd qualities, Satinetts of all colors, qualities and mixtures, stripes and plaids. Kentucky Jenn, Moleskin, nnd Corderoys. English Velveteene. and Girnflb C'lqths. Gambroons and Summer Stuffs, an endless variety. GROCERIES! GROCERIES! ! An assortment of Groceries constantly on hand, cheaper than the cheapest. PEDLARS supplied at New York jobbcrd prices. ggjpThc lowest price asked first, from winch there wilt lie no deviation. GEO. GULLIVER &, SON. Auburn, March, 1846. 46d&c votir cn r ii! l)o n 't forget our splendid stock of S u m m e r G o o d * , Cloths, Cassim-res, Vestings, T r im m in g s , a n d especially, ns you regard your own interests, remember our $ 10,000 worth R e a d y M a d e C l o t h i n g , GRISWOLD & CO. April 28th.—52. No. 89 Genesee-st Call nnd see at R e v . C . T. T o r r e y .— The decease o f this geiv man w as hourly expected on the 1st inst. Hi» friends have already had liis coffin prepared. N e w Y o r k M a r k e t . —Saturday, P. M. A shes —The Market is heavy and prices rather fall off. Sales of Pots at 3,7533,811. Pearls, 4,08f®4,12}. F lour —The market is down, and 1500 bbls. Genesee have been sold at 4,62). which ia a fall from yesterday of 12J- cents. At 4,75 some 3000 bbls were closed yesterday, of common. Flour has come in so freely that it has declined 50 cents a barrel since the arrival of the steamer. Wheat has fal­ len in proporton. At this reduction there has been a brisk business done. The price of other groin has been, with a slight exception, sustained. Cotton nas improved nnd im creased sales have been made. G bain —Sales of 5000 bbls Genesee, at 108 cts. and 3000 do at 1061. The same quantity, two weeks ago, sold at 125 cents, showing a decline of 17 cents. lfX«0 bushels Southern sold at 101 cents. Corn is with difficulty sus­ tained, sales o f6000 bushels, measure, at 64@65 cts; Rye 89, Barley 58, Northern Oats, 4-2®44. P r o v i s i o n s —Pork is firmer, and there is more doing. Sales o f Mess at $10,52)®Si0.75. and Prime $9,50. Beef Hams $9. Pickled Meats dull, Shouldere 4Jc.. Lard in bbls. 6 Jc.—(Express. __________________ . WONDERFUL CURE.—A young woman living in the family of Mr. Willet C. Underhill, a well known & wealthy farmer 1 1 Secaucus, N. J., about five miles from Hoboken, ■was severely scalded about five years since, and then at* tacked with a fever, and took so much mercury that the injury hy the scald would not heal. One of her arms con­ tinued to remain a running sore, discharging much matter, becoming withered, and in a great measure useless. In the course of four years, eightdifferent physicians had ex­ erted their skill on the arm, to very little effect. She then tried Brant’s Indian Balsam, and was effectually cured by taking a few bottles. The ulcers healed up, and she has regained the use of her arm. Thus we daily hear of won­ derful cures effected hy this Great Indian Purifyer of the blood. For conclusive evidence of its efficacy, see adver­ tisement in another column. 50w2 Sold by T. M. HUNT Druggist, Auburn. EpWANDS’S SARSAPARILLA.—The amount of suf­ fering relieved by this invaluable preparation is without a parallel in the history of Medicine. Thousands have been restored to health by its healing audreeeneratingefficacy, who were considered pnst the reach o f remedial means, as various certificates heretofore published abundantly — - public h a s placed i t b e y o n d t— reacn of detraction or the efforts of competition Di-ca­ ses w h ich a rise from im p u rity o f the Moo I o r vitiation o f the hum o rs generally, such as Scrofula o r King’s Evil. I’l’eY.rrt' m and Incip! ’.t C-iAit. 1 T '’run- -jij- ►).,( T O W N ’S S E R I E S o f S C H O O L B O O K S . 1V T A T IO N - l l A L Recom - mcndaticm. In tbe Halls of Conffrc 8 *. Dec. 13,1838. Resolred, Tliat in consideration ofthe superiorexcellence of TounCs Spelling Book, which is so happily arranged aa to teach the mean­ ing at the same time it docs the spelling of words, we strong­ ly recommend it to all our Schools, as the National Uniform Spelling Book. This Series Of Books commences with THE CHILD’S FIRST READER—Being a series of Easy Lessons, prepared in strict accordance with the views of Practical T.aclurs. There is no man living of more extensive acquaintance with practical teachers, or who has enjoyed more favorable opportunities of ascertaining their views, than the author of this book. His connection with a great number of Teachers’ Institutes, has enabled htn to combine the experience of more than two thousand Teachers of primary schools to Md him in preparing the Child's First Reader. Certainly no hook can claim abet­ ter adaptation to primary schools than this. It is introduc­ tory to TOWN’S READER, NO. 1.— This work contains many valuable improvements upon tbe reading books of the day. Commencing with the more simple, it rises gradually to the more difficult sentences. The child can easily overcome every difficulty as it advances. Ita reading matter is such as it can readdy understand, and is made of such stories and incidents as cannot fail to secure an interest and ere ate a taste f j r reading. The words contained in the spel­ ling lessons are incorporated in the sentences for reading, so as to teach the pupil the exactuse oflanguage. These two works precede TOWN’S READER, NO. 2—Which is arranged on the same plan as the First Reader, but is maueup o f more dif­ ficult pieces and adapted to higher classes. It is to be used in connection with TOWN’S SPELLER AND DEF1NER—A book so ex­ tensively used in all parts of the United States, with foe entire approbation of so many teachers, as to make descrip­ tion unnecessary. This book is also extensively used in F.urope. and bas a more philosophical arrangement than any other speller in foe English Language. This is foe opinion entertained of it by the most eminent educators at home nnd abroad. TOWN’S READER, NO. 3—Is adapted to higher clas­ ses in common schools, academies aud seminaries. It con­ tains a choice selection of pieces from tbe bestA merican writers, and is in every respect all that can be desired for a Natitmzl Reading Book. Next and last in this series, is the popular and universally approved ANALYSIS OF DERIVATIVE W O R D S .— This is it complete key to foe precise and analytic definitions of all the'derivative words in foe English language, by Prefixes and Suffixes. No one has ever\ insinuated a single objec­ tion to this book. It is in general use in all parts of the world where the English lauguage is correctly taught; It is so well known a* to make ic entirely unnecessary to add a single recommendation from foe many thousand testi­ monials in favor of this book For sale Wholesale and Retail, a t very low prices by rsooWll.-—. 3 r-. r,-~T'T;Y -• r-o . ..■.I f \ V T r i - ’ d \ ’! i !,-i . . v Y P A I N T S , O I L S A N D V A R N I S H . JL T. M. HUNT, 71 Geuesee-st., A uburn, offers for sale 1 0 bbls Linseed Oil. 5 T oiib White Lend, 3 bbls. Copal Varnish, very best. 1 Ca?e Gum Shellac, Gum Copal, Paint and Varnish, Brushes, Badger, do. Venetian Red, Chrome and French Yellow. Portrait Brushes, Boiled Oil, Putty. Paris Green, Umber, Red Lead, Litharge. Window Glass from 6 x 8 , to 14x22. April 13,1846, 2awdwro6 SI’K I N t t I tU S I N E S S O P E N E D ! W ISH E S TO IN- funn the citizens of A u b u rn that he has just returned from New York, bringing with him one of the choicest und best assortments of D R Y « G O » g , ever offered in this town,—which Goods are lor sale in all their variety, at prices which cannot he beat Let all who are in want of fine Goods, good Goods, and CHEAP GOODS, hear in mind that nt No* 7 7 G c iim rc S tre e t, the very articles they desire are to be obtained. Auburn, April 16,1646. 40tf H. 1 U P E R F I N E C A P a n d L E T T E R ) I’Al’ER, both ruled nnd plain. — A new sup­ ply just rec’d by Railroad, at the Cheap Cash Bookstore of R.G.& F , S. WYNKOOP. April 15.1846. T 1ST o f LETTERS R e m a i n i n g in J J the T ost Office at Auburn* May 1st, 1346. g-^'Pcrsons calling for the following Letters will please mention that they are advertised and also tbe date. [From regulations of the Post Master General.—“On let­ ters Advertised as remaining on hand, there shall be charg­ ed when delivered out, besides the regular Postage, the cost of advertising, which will be on each letter 2 cents.” Arnold Jared Handy Elisha R. Ryan Nathan or An Alsop Mrs Mary Hornbake Maury drew Avery Mr Hix John Robinson Jane E Anderson Charles Hayward Sarah S Ryan John Bee James Hall Otis Rice HarrietorBet- Boyc Matthew Haynes Thomas say Brown Susannah Harmon Sarah Squire Anceletta Barr John C Hurlty Margct Swift I P ~ Brown James Hill William Skidmore William Branch Charles Ingram Sanford Seely Ithodit Bennet Helem M DJohnson William Steel Sole n tti B r y n e Philip Barnes ? Baker Abel Butler Mrs Eve Bradley Joshua Burr Edwin A Cortnght Isaiah Cronk James Cooley S C Carpenter B A Cram Mrs H A Cannon James S Crane George W Cray Worden Digaay Doratha YVMoni Doolittle S Marshall A P Durfee Elias Dewitt Evalina B Eels J W Eaton Lyman Elliott Asa French Mary French John A Goodrich Leonard Pattis on Eley Gilbert Mrs Wm Perry J B Johnson Henry Love Erastua Little John A Lewis John c Lewis Dilecta 2 Lyon Mary E Lee Ann Maria Mykins Thomas Mawney Ann Miller Peter Miller H A Mills Dennis R Myers John Mosher Allen Swift Cbt-.r )«4 Sherwood T Searls William M Stevenson Cliarlott Stevens Chariott Stone Phinneaa Scully Cornelius Stutton Jacob S Tillottgon Charles Thomas Mrj Taylor Jane Vandercock L Vanderburgh J H WheelerLydia ttW ood Jerusha Ann Weed Merrit H Wanzer R M Wood Mary T Webster Sarah H Whitney Charles Pattee Caroline C Wilks C Pease Alvin Whillock Jefferson Pierce Phobic R Woolsey Win Wood Sarah Nash Aaron Noyes Denison Odell Julia E Olmsted M M Goodrich Unice Pulman Leroy Weed Jerusha Ann Gould A Peanall Adelia C Wood Edward Galaway Margaret Powers Charles D Yams Betsey Maria AMOS S. RATHBUN, P. M. Auburn P. O. May 1,1846. P A P E R HANGINGS— SECOND JL supply this sprint' a t IV ISO N S ’ BOOK­ STORE New and beautiful patterns of foe Fresco styles. All who intend to paper their rooms this spring, will find at IVISONS’ Bookstore, Auburn, a very large variety of new and beautiful patterns, both American and French, varying in price from 6 cts. to $ I a piece. Also a splendid variety of Borders to match. We have just received a splendid lot of FIRE BOARD VIEWS: these patterns are a newarticle in this market Window Faper in great variety. Recollect the Frescoe yles of Room Paper, at IVISONS’ BOOKSTORE. F L A X ! F L A X ! — A l l W HO HA V E lh a t undesirable article, can exchause i t for desirable Goods, a t H. WOODRUFF’S April 29.1846. No. 77 Genesee-st T ONDON MUSTARD, F irst Q ua JL i hty, tor s a le by A . H . & .I. BURT, March 21. - - . 7 Genesee-st. D r i e d a p p l e s . —a FIRST RATE article, cau be found at MaYI- GRISWOLD & CO'S. ,N o. 89. TYTOVELTY WORKS.- JL\ T h e Subscriber, buying re­ moved to the IVcvv F n r n a c e .fc m a ­ c h i n e S h o p on Water-street, directly opposite Watson's Distillery, will manu­ facture and keep at all times on hand, a full assortment of M I L L G E A R IN G . Itailrofi Car Wheel?, end ylxlctrccs fitted to order, from th e latest im p roved patterns. BRASS CASTINGS. He will manufacture Steum Engines of all descriptions, order— and HYDROSTATIC OIL PRESSES, mid all necessary machinery for Oil Mills. T h r e s h i n g M a c h i n e , Ploughs, and all kinds of Casting, and turning and fitting th e sam e. Threshing Machines aud other articles of Machinery re paired in th e b e s t m a n n e r, a n d on the shortest notice. Castings warranted to be of foe hest material, furnished at 4 c ents p e r lb. JOHN CURTIS. Auburn, August 1 2 ,1845.—15 UK EW SPRING GOODS AT 129 The subscriber is now opening alnrge and well selected assortment of NEW SPRING GOODS. The stock is entirely new, is selected with great care, and bought under foe most favorable circumstances, from foe New York auctions and importers, comprising all the late styles of Fashionable \Dress Goods. Also, Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinetts. Vestings, Prints, Shawls, Gloves, Hosiery Linens, Sheetings and Shirtings, all of which will be sold at great bargains. J. 3. LANEHART. April 12,1846.—dfcetf. s OA P AND CANDLES.—THE manufacture o f SOAP aud CANDLES will be continued as usual at the manufactory of Samuel Flctch- er, on G a rden s treet. A very superior article of Soap and Candle* constantly on hand, ard for sale at the LOWEST PRICES, by tbe box or less quantity, at the Factory, and also ot foe Brick Cash Store of HALL & CO., 3 3 Genesee st. CASH PAID FOR TALLOW. Auburn. March 3.1845. 44tf N EW AND VALUABLE MEDI- CAL WORKS, Just Published and received at WYNKOOP S. Carpenter’s Human Physiology, 8 vo., with additions and Notes by Dr. Clymer. Liston and Multer, Surgery. Miller’s Principles of Surgery. Esquirol’s Treatise on Insanity. Prout on tlie Stomach and Renal Diseases, Budd on Diseases of foe Liver. Grey’s Forensic Medicine, with notes and addition*. Colombat on Diseases of Females. Wilson on Diseases of the Skin. Churchill’s System of Midwifery. Bird on Urinary Deposits. \ clpean's Operative Surgery, with notes .tc., by Mott Stewart on Diseases of Children. B anking's Half-Yearly Abstracts. M. Chailey's Midwifery, Kditcdhy Dr. Bedford. Medicines, their uses and inodes of administration. Magendie’s Physiology. Edited by Dr. Revere. Pans’ I’harmaeologia, with notes by Dr. Lee. G ross’s Pathological Anatomy. Cniveilhier’s Anatomy, Edited by C S. Patterson. United States Dispensatory. New Edition. Maury’s Dental Surgery. The above works were purchased at this Spring Auc tion Sales, and are offered at very low prices, at foe (CBEAP CASH BOOKSTORE, No. 65 Genesee-street— E. Hills Block.) May 2,1816. A U B U R N & SY R A C U S E R . R . CO. irr.irr-nrr w , found I t out , th a t The Brick Cosh Store is the place to buy Cheap Groceries. Call this Spring and be satisfied. March. 1846. HAI.L & CO. D r u g s , m e d i c i n e s , p a i n t s , O ILS, a n d DYE STU F F S , a choice assort­ ment to ho found a t VAN ANJ>JEN’S* No* 5 Gc* •icMCC-st. The wants of the sick and afflicted attended to. Particular care paid to putting up Medical Pre* nptions. Auburn, March 5,1846. d&c G EO. GULLIVER & SON, H A V E tliis d ay received by R ail Road, a large lot ot Fancy Cassimeres and Vestings, for Summer wear, to which they would particularly call the attention of those in want of the above goods. CITY CASH STORE, one door east of foe Exchange A F R E S H A R R I V A L O F -C O O D S N e w s p r i n g 'GOODS, a t th e A u ­ burn Cash Store. Beautiful they are. A few patterns of RICH DRESS SILK’S. Cashmerctts. De Laines, Prints, Pyramid Robes, (new article for dresses) Shawls of all de­ scription. Gloves, -&c., which we offer at the fowest pri • (April 8 .) ________ GOSS it SARTWELL. KEEP DRY.—UMBRELLAS for Cash a t Cost, b y March 4. A. H. & 3+ BURT. QALERATUS AND STARCH.— k j MOULSON’S S uperior Saleratus and Starch on consignment, kept constantly on hand, and for sale st the Manufacturer’s prices, by A. II. fc J. BURT. March 2,1846. No. 7 Geneiee-it. at AUBURN a t th* BRICK CASH STORE. W e will be pleased to exhibet to all those calling on uc ‘ second Dry Good Store below Cay. Co. Bank, some ofthe finest specimens and latest styles of American and Foreign Manufactures of DRY GOODS, which will, we think, well pay for calling. All the new Styles, some'Elaids, Stripe*. across nnd most every way. AU foe newDreas Goods, Cloakings for Childrens’ wear, <fcc. Coll, the charges (prices) moderate. HALL & CO. E; SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. T T r a i n s o n t h i s R o a d r u n a s follows: Three Trains Daily each -tray. Leave Auburn, going East, at 41 A. M., 31 P. M, and 9 P. M. O n Sunday t b e q f P . M.t train w ill b e om itted. Leave Syracuse going West, at 6 o’clock 50 minutes A. Mi 54 P M.. and 11 P. M. On Sunday foe 11 I>. M. train will be omitted. E. P. WILLIAMS, Sup’t Dated, Auburn, April S3,1846. ______________ HOGS WANTED.— T h e Subscriber will pay Cash for Store Hoes delivered at his Distillery. . . , „ , S. BEARDSLEY Auburn, March 17,1846.—46c H a l f a c o r d o f f o o l s c a p and LETTER P A P E R . — H . & J . C . IVISON would call the attention of Lawyers, Merchants nnd others to their splendid assortment of Writing Paper, both plain and ruled. These papers have been purchased a t greatly reduced prices and are offered cheaper than ever Half a ream of letter paper ffeatty put up unruled for 5b. Half ream ruled letter, neatly p u t up and fcinced with blue, for 8 s. * ° Foolscap Pajier at all prices, from ls. p r ouire to 25 ct*. Lawyers office Paper for $2 p r Ream. fortnerlow^price.Wlt*1 r°Uel* CdSeS’a mpplT “ ** ’ Wrapping and Envelope Paper from $2 to $5 pr Ream, a t ______ # IVISONS* BOOKSTORE. BARNS on SLAVERY. Q .R A H A M 'S M AGAZINE, an d fli’ P - s 'tf.v .'-;,;,* . , c V I ■? ’ 'i u •~:'swen Z b y - DEPO R T o f t h e T r a n s a c t i o n s o f JL I) the American Ethnological Society, fast pub­ lished and for sale hy - • ALDEN & MARKHAM. April 28th. 5000 ROLLS o f ROOM PAPER. IT HAS COME. Thqse long, expected patterns of Paper Hangings, d( layed for 2 weeks in that crowd of 400 boats, behind tl a break in tbe Erie Canal, has now arrived, and HERB» & CO.* would respectfully state to those who have so lor; waited, that their new lot of ROOM PAPERS AND BO) DERS, exceeds any they have ever had,/fir bflttl&Ji d ° Handsome Satin FrencfrPsjier'fof CommowPj^ibria,9lfoaiHIfofofS.:i i ^ l m ’2»* “

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