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TOE VILLAGE CHRONICLE. DA.V5VILLE * ILLAGt, Jl'LY SO, 1 330. SELECTED ITEMS. ti.ti dotal*'. ^tt»w af M* tumatry appcirs IU lm i»# »*x »rt of b» .bough «—b<r b-tppiatai a ad lierdoffi tfc« pour, •'*« •* aUrt. Tou iMr^ taplilii* le t r I H VWJ ;— t*> ttMrajpreasieLciuttai- d*r<:J, A* > acwUa\ b« ruiaMgrU ffou U»e H.M 1 X4 I MIB af ci*tl *»d f»^ia.M Ubrrijr ; l*« >a*. tiMi Cut *A *r p-tiba*/ «/ jtatooluiw, »b*t .ft lc2 MUIC bn^kt g»-it af Uiiiuj e*I«*K >t^. Il< h»t al> r*aJ/ itW \%u a nif bl; trMUBph for Iirlau4, bj ttrnag tltt filler* wbtch, f« ajr* of i»tuUfUc* t i J lfoJa »/Jxr w .rrb(kRM iwaUita, «o4 uat coa~ Um alio lb« great p*f btnunc ^ tx M D»* «lr*oa. tAi 'jr rtriiin,* biuiwlf ti» c *mjlttr tbv («ra*&a.*| *ix k of lik'i rittaMipsuwu—iac rrpcat «( ibc tt», i^<i ( .r«tc*tcmiMM «r tbe Irtib r «fli*m«ut H« (.>!aj*-)Ir .0 'CuMcll ferllM «BC^tat4MM: letm» iu whtcirbf b-.« M^ifUo apaticp af MI ^ Mitoual <b»r »H'«, tajiwrfi and latuitMM**, at aril as f»r ih< JMi awl bra«iiM »bicb b* fxboou/iifd »_< uriiwt ami iaictlvctwal aiuiWteA « f Ittuius Jirrtswx. Is PMIadrtptiis, fnnat o/ lb*,MJi««j C«aija- txi, •tltwdtd Cuarcb nu £*•*• 4U** iu aoifuim. Cb«»V*,«w «rTlv <»nia »Ari ,.«nLcarr* , T, aUratlQ trait r>^ij», vbu> aiatMiiaf on * at 1W fwi if Rolf* r»*ri *rl Ji*** Y<Mk, villi bis duiW* biT, latriitd* la ba .i !lr t Wil puihonl u*rf fc.il/il tjr »m»t£i- tr tulabCttt 13 jcafk ofage, aw*la4t4rvw>*U. JVre.—On Saturday night tut, the Tov- T, - ^ em stand occupied by Cnt Wiltwr, in Atex- TW >»• ff v cu««tk« el V.'t'au bis b**w ran- • tinier, «as dtttrojttl by fire, originating in ttl b, • m#«U, -I IP^J KM\. ||w ban} ad j nin i nu „j. | t „ W ppi»«l to be _ _ , ,, . . r *L..it- M .ta.-A.t«.ifc-! , ' ,e '* or ' t of • ,l incendiary. The ho.rsc taut «»<ZJ. «b -if -«b «i -a. WubVt«-c«n.4 '\H\* 1 *» * moQ « l of I fioBO. — Batarta jj«.O f C«w«i.t-- Ji Wr tMfenvt hf the £* K tfOi ( The Actirrtr Governor li u appoRitrd M* - K-t f «ta .w« w <n« r^uur J t W faTrir JB.n»»rti, Urt orihat offirti WUUI ib e vacancy occairoo; f»i»»rJ »*i *adau« h^i-f ^j* , •ubaWldom »r t ed bvibedrftth o f Q«o. Deck)>»halt hm\m ^^KwM ^t *m *i b*.« nx*.»a«s» „rm a Uai. j, bf*n*fillrd.—r/ft. DaL Ade. u bU. «f ibiak, lc*ta«d ba. aaS t aa« • A\ *^ tq nfphin the words \beyond seas,\ -nh^.iaflMcitMMas sb* n «t Miu 'iaiB tb«E *g> oied In Irc^UpTucccTtfiigs, l.aa pxued in Hbode Iilatid.' Th e mcanintc b fixed as \out of the Otiited State*.\ Tj:ey should pan aiitither act to expUt2 tlie Words a Aatf\ ttai over.\ FectmdOy. —OD the SJ(Ii inst. die wife ! of Mr. Saciuel Ofr>tuui o f Wlihedeer town- stiip, presented tuhtui«tone birth, two girls anq une boy. A fruitTul family truly, mar* ried lOy.earsaud blcs-cd «itli 11 children. 'Ibe uioicts, were doni^ well pti Thursday last.. * fu the same neighborhood, ihesnme week the wife o f Mr. Jobu DiefTendnfler presen­ ted to huu twins. Pet haps some of tbnse iu a Mate of cehbaey w.tuld incline to niain- oiotiy by a slmrt residence u» \W luted eer— MdtoM ro , DWtotiittn. PUILADE^THIA, July K Thract o f New Jtrsey, prolubitinjc ibe circuUtion ofiuren*u notes nja-less denomi­ nation thanjfre d'»U»r» ? goes into opemtir n (iKl»y . 'IWimtfsufth e OonlaaCthe City of New York are exvepted. It. U. jMiHrr, fcls<|. has been appointed by t'tedninrt juilffe, Clerk o f the Nitrktierti Dutrtct of the State of New York, to 'sup- jjy the vaennev ocrastoncd by the resigna­ tion of \U R. LanstiiK, Estf. Thf legulatun* *»fOI »To, it iri I ate srsston, liaised on act, pruhibii'np, after the first of Septeuihcr next the -circulation within that state, of any bank notes cuitMrued by the laws of the State o f New-York, of a less i!raomnation than five tlollars. proi?*cti, in this village, yesterday after­ noon, htrker D . Co/maa,* uctd tj )ears, brother of IWto r Cut man. Wid e bathing m tltr rirer below the f dU, he tost his hotd and slid from a pteru of timber on which he w .-'l sitting. He was a very nnibble yount; innn, and HCTIOE. | A LL persons indebted to she SahscruKr •re.requested to call and settle imme- diatetv. (t ts hoped that futther htduK gence\ will not bfl.looked, for. U C. TAGGART. Daimillc Milage, July 19,1830. 14 AMERICAN STENOGRAPHIC. BY M, T. GOULD, BO. 0, NQKTH ClOlfTU ITttCCT, y ^ 1'niL.Viu.InitA. ai-qu.tr ibe att ftoja aH h*ak t t*» tib cdJivu uf wbkb H o«w b*h*+ lb» pabbc,-S4K« &0c*nli. .>. S JksA <mOtk \HI b« t+Ut 9/ IH«i} O *Oj (*+rt of m* UaHnl St«ln,np«n tb»f^)W«iBE ccttdolnat: If am* iriUt V twctMeil \m a icU f fioio a. t^* ilutaac^ (baa ICl} aulri. the WI'I WT «V!| rrt%Uf a cop; **f Short llao4 r (ir* fioo> (wMlaxe tfoiU «t)i . (f frMi a grraftf tftWtm-* th«H IflO, be V>«tT tfrmr l«o captr», paiioebat am a r»»ta(t. but a aa^t Pu<i Ma|t«ri «B J aOVia, wbu pfpff r »•> p»j pA «fa£« batb ways, »itl ol coortr r«en*< |wo cvpKS la all tut * 3 7 A topj .It 4II W ft ^ai ta tb* puaUtbcr «f any t ,^p*r i<i ihr U. 3. mitmt »it) civr tit* •J»rtiWt- a>*ata«^b%i>H-un*4»biirf(ioa ,ati4fofaanl aauiaWr >'^<l Mk tt« ic**o,JJ%rr»l LT. 3. ffyale CwttirlUtuu,' Oiartlirr, 7, wbjcb ojw *-Thf t'ttecb »(.l,a ptctrut moalb, a k b Kr^rl; tUO tnfirtt at wjf- aa4 t< J* 41 700 trUrU all (J*-wiJH<nm», vn* tiuMtl bv an arc:; <U 1«JQ amt. dUuuUilKj aut Lr itaJl'J lb* r^iafuta, and! eaVtt a Uaduif, 1 i\taX thrj mil l'ic<*»il wdtuoi gmi ln»> 1V« h u ail tba ubtliaaf jr ol a jliti.nln**, «nJ i$ Umrdwr fcuaiteailj- coaCiWat fuUr Mltrairuu Srf r ii dri la lb« utiMr of tbu foitahlulr OJJ ^J J. in»a.\ C/«o! RxMry in B*ut»a. —<»n.cti» C3iS etc Jb4.i S/tuud Plkr *r tut V. S B>aucb flj^fc tti B-hi wt^mbKTHtlnJ, lakiut; wild biia a 'hMtt 0UO kt I M Q * of lb« (UTtcML b^tta* ol >!•-«: cn.« C-I al IV U 5 BiaucH. \ i-«*ftl ol^^OO lu» i»«ru wjSrtnl by Ihr C-t*hxt o f lb* B -iUk tot ui* >|tpic'iv II »i awl a KfHtu of Uu* uuorj F-ilU-r U it u ti t** Bu'oa psipxa, hai a wife <imt itiuinn. U'oalt tn laal ml/, cwaulrfrtl, ^ur*i.M* la Itk-c ,.Bi .oSv«iau of |bu act of a hifril; (r* LESTER CRADNER H \S just rcrri^rd, in udditian fo his Spring Stock o f (0 © ©4S> 3 A . iJ pieces 3ark, fancy, ant' W •** Caht o, ** dark, plaid, and J£.it stride hams, I «* n ^nq-up Cord, 1 u Uen\\ rV-tioii, 2 dor. Gauxe IJress llkfs—some eleeant, \ fr » >cti? rich and lashioimbte HtlilratiS, Crt>a 'I, Piak und BtncW do, ptnul aijottaietit of Large & Smalt Horn Comb*, Shell S'n'.e Conihs, Ruiwa [}iaper,&r. oVc. * LaditV Piunella Shue* i: Hoots^-iVlso, v-^ .8 qu. CODftSU , •* * 2 Uhls No. 2 .Mackerel, 4 Half bhli. do. 2 B^b. Connecticut 3less SJ!4D.-$o, 1, 2 Half Ehls. do *do da; All of which will he sold CUEAP..: V >^ Dcn-hdte ViBage, Jaar 21 1830. lObt^ r*lhr at Hnme.s John rollty, the second lelhr inihe'U. S Branch tiaok, »ho >w^ advertised a« luivm^ alrtcoTided with up­ ward* o f $40,000 bolongin^ to tlutt nuiitu- tTon^and »l '0 ,it \unfter * irds ascertaimd, h.nl become t* defaulter *» an uddiiiuoat en ii.)iji )t uf moro than $lT*CO(j r has remaiued Vcoureulnl ttj town, u>d damn* the nn;Ut uf ^4«day, roltnUrUy attrrct *dcred hi i^elf to .\Vtr.* rrufblifehHin, the eaihknr.Ift\ IS'DOW in cuttlj-ienient in await his tnal at the next tmu ot*the U .S . District Court. Nearly all Uie money takeu'sus given op.— Btn'fu'a TrareUtr. Efcctijif firij$$<jmi£*.-~A tcrrib T c ace> dent b 'oMritioQctt ^ro^ nwrnin^ paper* as havinj happenvrf to a lody on the 5th Julj. t While passing tliroy^b John street, she had a fire cracker thrown into her fare through carulr *snei3, by^a boy, which struck her eye at the moment of explosion, and, it b said, tore the buU^uite froio ^he socket, in such n lusnurr asTto cnXircfy destroy _the eye.— IV, P. Coat. Ade. 9 Myor jfcrdVe.—The Rensselaer (if. V.) Ft>lii* stales ihatJ*tlio« who take an interest in the ad 'irs i» important erents qf the teso- lutioa wilfbe pleased to (earn that David Williams, the sole sutrh tng captnr of Major Andre, b^jilt in good'hen'th. li e is to join with the citizens o f Rensselaerville, in ctle- Lraiinj die approaching aunhrcrsary of our indepccilence. a Carton* CimntstoAce. —As Mr. C K Crjndatl,who resides within a shnrt distance of this place, was standing in the »!reet, n tiearm of hen lit on his hat, corerini; it coin* { ilotely f At the moment of our writing this, tert on tits way home with hb odd '•god itint\—die strangest covering ftir a head, iu tins aje of fantastical head pea*, that has been seen ''about these days- n I t wouLt puule trfe ladies, we guess to*\follow the luhiou^-[Auror a Co«ricr4 ?\ J 7 Frrak of mature. —On Tuesday list a b/iy brought to this office it living Dack r tutimg four perfect kg*! Th e two hind /r ^T ,if we may so speak, were/ pljced ex a- tly like those of a hntu tt was but a few hour* old, aud bi Is fair to Gve—thus threatening to, become a lira Pro the Living Skeleton and Sumese tuLis.— Eatto* ta. Deatocrat. At Albany,- as a pan o f the ecreraonief o f liidVpendence/upwardsof1300 pupils of the Sunday school* ass ^mbted^ and rtinrclted through sererai streets to the seChnd Preshy tert J n Church, Where appropriate rxerciscs took place. A t Cnt'k.ll; 700 pupils o f the Sutiday Schoob walketl tn procession. Ii< tltr afienionn m new hi>use erected for Infant Schools was opened.*' At tluilson the Tern- I * ranee \Society auemblcil ht the Court l<mte, and were addressed by & F. Butler, FMJ . uf Albany* Lighf*i*K,—*\Ve tf am that on Monday of last «eek, in the county o f Columbia, about 3>x Mites tut'froiu.thi* viltazr, six tione> *«rtr'kiHed by Ushtnin^. They had taken th*ir stand uitdcr a tree which proved their Oestrccuoa-.— Catikill RscdrdcK 1 II J ; his l.ws wHI he deeply rrtjretted hy nunirr- \•jnu .4 friritdi and connexions.— Rock. Daily U is stated in the Quelrec Gazette that the number oPemi ^r.itjis alrt-ad^i arrived- aj. that |turt this season is 12,500, and adds, proh ^hly as many more may he expectrd. The Emperor of Brazil, has ut lengtli formally acknowlnlged the independence o f Mexico, awft «ppointed*a reprcieiitative to thnf poTenimcnt. A Bold Intk —Mr. Everett, in his ad-{ dress delivered at Clnulestowtt, on\ Thurs­ day, after anting that iwn hw >daad >ta q had improved ti * condition of^tRe -^lndians as net! as tlie whiles, reirtnkrd that the to-be removed tnrages, no w pleaded their own tights, in their ow n papers, \in better Eng- tbh than wa s used by the hijh officer* of povernment.\ Tli e audience acceded to tlie truth o f this remark, by general accla­ mation, \J/t jpif* of it't teeth? —Kitur John once demanded ol 'an old Jew ten thousand marks; on rrf«isal of which he ordered one o f the Israelite's tcetli t o be drawn- every day tilt he should consent. Th e Jew lust seven, and then paid the required sum. Hence the pbra>c—\In spite o f hb teeth*** ti H tiatV4, ai a ramr, h»'lb«* Grtvfttttwr, (D C.) Uttxtir, ibat Mr . B»»ach, Ihr f>trvwl Srrt.ta ty of Ibe Ma<y, U tiV«lv I D U* appolal/il Ga*vrm>r of FloiUa, in wKkh r*rnt tl H juppowj lltal Mt tT «iMtb «ti-<, of N*-* tUoip»hW. wttl be^allcil iulo Ibr CabiMt . \V*' «b»rrt» by lb- t»Iwr* thai Mr. IraPch tia* dVpa*fctl from itw M«I if (uvtrmumt an a oUh ta .Vorth CarulMa. fit'. tdi :b«ai r 0*%tt- larjr nf ik» Tr^aiur» t i» mrw lit* uulj OMiabrr uf t«tf r»biii*f Uft in \V#>hinri')M Daiutille Furnace-. \JX. HOt?331S, W 0U14) rriprrtfiillv tiironn the pub­ lic Ihnt hit I UK~M.CE U now iu cumpletv ^rtlrr, nn.l ilial fn> wilNo all kinJj» of CASTlXCJS^tsctfpt buUo« wan.')»ucti r- RliK Irons, Plough Castings Fire Dogs, lie will 'aho? cut, to order', too wrioiH kint 'i o f In Wnl B\Miti£ptJ f an Tharkd.^ lb* lS«ll iatt. by th. Rt«T^. C. Ufnw*, Mr . 7A«K«l//tf//,lo Uua Cartw. .11 al lh.1 titer.. fn riinW, Cbataoqoa co. oa lh» 8 :b Inst. Mia. Axktua l'ot>ia<*-os*, of Samuel CoOmefw Now in u«e, Ceing* prrf*cU» atquaintei with the business hhiuell, and having cm- ptoyed cftreful and expenettced wnrktnei 1 lie will warrant his wu«k to be done hi th U*st uianner—bb castings ore smoollt aud tiandsuute. lie has alio on hand, and continues manufacture Heattkf Prarr and Prosperity to vlt tawiaa these present* may cw. A CL rcntemed, are hereby rtspev.fuil> infumicdjthat tho * * ' ffltgontJGarriage and Sleigh Ilusinc&x Is continued by (he subscriber, at iht shop orA. Dodge, wlnrre he is ready to wait ou alt tho^whoare-pteasotl to fa.ur him nnh ealh* He has on hand an excellent variety Tcood * ' * * t SEASONED. TIMBER, And hWvhig era ployed^ good IT urfcmen, lie H confident ui saying, tliat, for elegance o f fV?->,' durabOuy and ClIEArM ^S/li u work will excel any made in th($ * •cimty, and os hej^tieratly kej *|*4 a variety of'work on fund, those wbhu.g t o purchase will uu ell tq call,, prevhnti to buying cUcwherc i SEAT S CUSHIONE D & TRIMMED, and Wagons and other wnrfc Pauiied Tc tlie f best style. Alt kinds of repairing done o n j short notice. • ~ ' ' Highly tjtatified with past (aTo'rsjl'.c so­ licits such a share o f patronage a » the cum- tnuniiy feel pteaseil to tie^tow, and he pledg­ es hiuist^f that any Work done at his Shop, which finis on account of poor umber, or poor woikUianship,*shall be aadv* good, gratis. ,000 SpolT5, 5,000 ft. o f Oak 5; Ash, 3^ ,000 tu of Uaswood T'unbrr. A BOY, From M-to iGyenrs o f ntjc, also wanted, to «nc an apprtnticeship (o the above tiiist- ness. O. C. IIILL. DwisriUe tillage, May 18, 1S30. 5//* 'Wfiolcsale and fictail rA3BXOX?iOX2X£j W ELDY & H\ LAND have ja« c peued u* New \\h>>Ie»alv ami ft- tail Hat Store, nextdci-r to M . Krot.r.5: Son's Ti n Ware Shop, where they will ket;-« cunstai>«!y tin hand n handsome aud vety general assortincnt of' GENTLEMEN 'S SUPERIO R WATFR PROO F I.LACKDRAC UUAYLr CASTOR, RORAM , SUPERIO R & COMMO N KNAP ED. YOUTHS' UL1C K Sc DRAC , CHILDREN'S Jf.\\CY f o i MEN 6: BOYS* WOOL H .XTS; Att rr.ndc afier the rcwest spring Fa*hior«. oiut-of ibe best materials ti e rotinnyw't afH>.rd, whhh they will ttbrrant npn! flW Wanted. hrauty and durability to those ofm>) r^ihrr Moiturictiiry in the ^tote, and wlurh will siihl nt the lowest prices, ant! on tl-e u t.»c tft 'otntmidatiyg terms Thr y flmter tin it. selves tli.it ?iy strict atleutinn toh'j«iiuv, a* well a* by the vipertArity o f tlie»r v.njk. jhry \il l inertt -titHJ receive u hbctatsh-re *-l the ptthhc patruiin ^t*. C^*Th e hicla-st price, iu CASH , paid f. r H \. 1*1 IN U FURS. WAMT D.— 50CC ths- Lamb'a Wool. Dff.-uritTe Vitlage t May 3 , 1830. Ztf zzzzvi u-iisti: cr i r>i» « n\ t . r> , Bl.ttt l.fcS Oiccgo Rochester. June 11,1530. CKAUNtR. IP SLYTEIl & HAStKn, lOESP ^CTFULLY inform the u.haoit- XV ants. of DjiiiViHe Village, and the pimbVgencr .OJy, that tliey continue to carry on tlie business of ttti-ir jir »fi;vno;i, in alt its branches, two dtiors south uf W . }'. Clatk 'i S ;ore, where all orders in the line of their business will be executed with prompt ess. aud in the beat style. The y havLig receiv­ ed the latest Can asiure all rtiose who may please to ft- eor ttiein wiiti (heir custom, that theirVork ill tie done in the best and tno *t fashionable manner. Grateful for past favors, they so­ licit a continuance o f the same. '. &ULITAR Y WORK executed according ALSO— CUTTING done wftlTcare, bbt not warranted. • OtnuciTfe t'ijlagei&layl?, 1S30. Stf Ploughs, Wlurb he will tell very low on a short crc l ir, or make u Idx-ral deduction from lib pri­ ces fur CASH. H b plough* are of a supe­ rior kind, and have been pronounced by those who hare purchased of Inui, to be the BEST NOW IN USE . Tie iavjies the Formes to call and examine for t hemic I res. *• CUSTO M WOR K Done on tlie shortest niHJrr. Our and a half Cent* per jyurad paid for oajtai aazxTTira. . ' THE inhabitants o f the towns of Sparta, Osstan, Curtis, and all others concerned, are retpiesied to meet at tlie hous* o f E . B. Ilrace, hi the Yillag* of DansvtlTe, on Satur­ day, the 24th day of July, insC at 2 o'clock. •H.'M. for the purpose of a.(optihg measures j OLD POT METAL nvoperating with the views of tl>» commit- , UlW , fvm . ir|e M , (> tee lately appointed nt j\ngehca, opon the ' subject of the contemplated Canal from Ro ­ chester to Olean Point, JAWES FACTJCXEK, SAW. WVSMITIT , TutoTiiv* ATWOO», AAKOCC W i &E,VCV # Twos M. BOWKN, J. HE^LT, SOLOMON SEIDSIOX, W. F. CL.UK, ALOV/O BRADNCE, C . C COOK. ' T HEsufocrilrcnmperifaUy inform their IrierAsand the public genet.d!v, that they have remove*! to the New KuiUhng at­ tached to S. Hunt*s Crucery, where they keep on hand all ktndi c f SADDLES , BRIDLES , HARNESS , TRUNKS * VALISES , &c. &r . AH o f winch tliey wilt sell at reduced prices, for Cash, Country produce, or approved credit. Alt kinds of work done nt the shortest no- tire, and in the most f ohionable aud sub- suniiid manner- HUNT-& 1NGCRS0LL . Danteibc fflbgc, May 3, 1830. 3tf Aurri-ariAsomo TOWN CONVENTION. THE AntUMasons o f the town of Sparta, are requested to meet at the house of Joseph brWsbach, in satd (own. on Thursday thv 29lii histHut, for the purpose of chooaing three Dele-gate* 1 , to represent this town In the County Convention, to be held th# Court House in Geowro, on Saturday th* 31st dar ofJ^tv, in« . \Imtxiwjfofthe Tom C—mtitre. July 19, IS30. BUJIat 17 T CTi y A ^ a A M M TT!nTMfaTTB-fOH 3AU> AT THIS OF. rice. * :4, 1830. Ctf Half .Cent hewani. R 3th tn«L an Indented apprentice, by the name of Win. B. H VAN , aged I9year»; had on when he went •***y; ! black woollen pantHloou*, coaiii* shoes, and factor}' shin, no hat or coat Whoever witl return said boy itialt be tOthted ta the abate reward, but nu charges p..id. All persons arc here­ by forbid harborUig uf trusting said appren­ tice o » my account, aHtr tins date. RICHARD R , RUB 1 SON. . Sparta, July 6,1S30. . .13 3l Cabinet Manufactory, VfXfTtt^ Hi IOOT? ' hi * nsnhuj ol \jf/ iiil .Mmmr the public Srutial)/, thai he xim- iiu* *, ibrCabiiMt-aiakiQ^ Ku»»im» «t biaaU «taii.l t lvcat<4 m lb* tamh pan of lllVVaUsf— J.j*i» of lb* {SHtUtnt. /oWaawrf BtU*tiad» »b«c be brrpsoo hautl a utthit oi Fm*hutnah\e ami Coetmoa \ urni* turr, of Iba Utnt ami moat appra«rJ (athiuna. all ufablcbbr aitt wital rrtlunil prkri, adtlnnlnan la *uil euilDincrs. Tba»* wi«hi -»c u» porcbaia will d* w^ll |araltnMl #i.mifi* for lh *ai»ehti. DiMtilt* IIU MJ*, Sprit 27, 2/ N EW' and ffiificnt anjngeini'iii<> , have been made to run tlm Line with SJ- jrtriuf Post Coaches ana H«.r-i-». rnreu d Drivers, and every Unng fur the accouimu d ^tion u f tlie public. Tins Lu>e will Leave Qttrgo evf ry i!-.\, (Suiidii'i* excepted, ut 2 » clu« k in thi* nux nmjr, parsing throuirh Tw^a t'omt. Elmra t t'utntcd l^Ojf, But.hf C 'hh'+ctoUt Puuxril*} Oeneteo, Avon to Huckster— through ta TWO DAYS; * AXli RFrUn>5 \> Tt.C SAM E Stt .NNEft This Line passes t!irou>;li n fine, healthy, an d lughly culnvatt 'd country, al-tuc the vntle>s of the Susquehanna, Chemtiry, ar.d* Coiihuctoii Rivers, (:md n short ihsia <*t-i* hi M ^h t o f the routL* ul the ChemiiPc Canal,) iuCtrseetm^ ut Atlen* a Line ol*Sta2>-^ rui.- ntno; thrice a week fmm Ithaca to lovn^ TcnkhanHock and Hllkribarre^ Ai Ehmm, a Line daily, to lhtrte>Ueadi 0 7 /iit)<<*a, (heltd uf Srnera Like ) Stc m f *r- Bet\« Also . LV.es tfnice a week tu Hinrttj Odd-, *Pen.i-)1iw, Cannnt!aiinta&:r r in N . \ . and Tunaiida, Ct -r».rk, Wilttanifpnrt IU-U fun i^, ^liltrin, Nitrttiuuiberlaiid, ILirn -hnr^, Y'ork, &v t iu Peun. Baltimore, and Wash- ingtui) t ity. A t Painted Post, intersecting the ahoto Pei.n>ytvunia Lino on the oppcmie d..y«, paving through Lawrviicevitte, ft tlljnU- , Lui<;tt, and orar Uetbtu rougli, the r.mntv Kjt o f Tiupi, to Bt<>ssburv,(thr vtte t f tliv celebrated Coat aud Iron Mine*.) Ptrsoi-^s desirous of taking the above hue to the n-uih from the west; willbe ;ure4tf mertbgif f Batti) ut Punned Post, on Tuesdays, Tht»» * da>s n )id Saturday~»; and the other d^tys « r Lhmra, intersecting atl>out Run. At Bath, thb tun- hi terser t> a line, d..i!y, lo Pritn-Ymi and Geneva. Lines tl'ttce a week , o n Tursday~s Thnrfday* ai d Satur­ days^ to llotuelhtville, Augcuta > FricntUJ:ip, Arc to Olcan. At Geneseo, n di.ily line to ItefiUlo. A Ime thrice a week vu Moscow, Perry, Uar- sa*, ic. to BuHaht; and w line thrice a wet I ; via Mount Morris, Nur.da, and Huut*> Ilul- lew, ta Angelica, mteot eth:g the Oleatt line. A t licc !t»«if r, intenecttng several daily lir.cst to Niagara Fulis, &-\c. <S:c. Sec. The Proprictars have spared neither ruitnst nor expense m their new arrangement* aiul tsertionS to obtain this extended crmiuMtii- cntino, which has'bceit *6 much needed by the oomraunitv, :n cvnsrqhem e of the r**p;J growth and improvement <>f the cuuiitry through which it passe-*; and tbey flatu e themselves that a littrral tied cnlightem it public will extend to them a generous *l »-.rt- of patronage. All Baggage ut t&t rtdz bf the oieder. T. J . MAG EE , & Oricrr, pBurajETbs -t. April, IS30 . ' Stf wmm* rplIE iET.V.V l.NSUUAXCE CO.M - * l 'ANr ,lljrt»«J,Cwi »Mi»Mi ,l>hM M agaiwt Lou by Fire,' on ibc uiuM irrn.). P. C. FULLEK , .-t^e-t. Ceaaeo,JuIyl3,lS:0 . 13Gt Firtt and Last Call. A LL person, indejiletl to the tutwrritHT .ill .ave cost by cM'u\% and renting tbtir aecounu befure tin: Cr»t o f July. , O'. D . STACY. \ DaimMe Villa^ , June Xtltr. I83'». 0-3 METHODIST IIJ'M. V DOOKS K EPT-comtafitlv on haml, anil for sale, by faBituirstsox. DtanlOt r,Uate,J»^ J, 1830. F 0BWhb *l.l!STEBl»ADMER. July 13,1850. ATTORNIES AT LAW, W OUL D respectfully announce, thsf iney have entered into Partt.ershijt fur the tranMCtion uf Law Bustnrv*, and pro tier the.; servicis to their friends aid noblic, nt the Office one door south of L . Cradiicr'* Slure, nt thb Village. Tlnae w bv hivorihem with their busiaVss, nuy de^n d on she, utmost prt^ptituaV aud atieutinn. OamMvWe I'iUuge, May 24/ 1830. iff OATS WANTED* T H E subscribers wbh to parctcsea qnan/ tity of Oats, for.wfcich the highest pVf. will be ita>*l. WENDELL S: BRADLE Y S.

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