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The Schenectady cabinet, or, Freedom's sentinel. (Schenectady, N.Y.) 1839-1849, October 30, 1849, Image 1

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M U T I L A T E D Mr m V O L U M E X L . ] — W h o l e N o . 2 0 4 9 . » u . -J S C H E N E C T A D Y . T U E S D A Y . O C T O B E R 3 0 , 1 8 4 9 . [ N U M B E R I f . S u g a r s , \fc ic A S , c o f f e e a n d iiio L A s 's ’E s . - A *reat variety of these articles, ju s t received iind for salo wliole- »ale a n d letaii, unusually cheap, l>y oct9 D-. L. PO W E L L . by C o n n e c t i c u t m e s s s h y d , n o v a s c o t i a s a l * MON, M A C KEREL, a h d otliet F ish. Ju s t feCcIVed and for sale by __________ octl) ___________________ '!). L. PO W E L L . I F O R E I G N A N D D O M E S T I C P R K S E R V E S , - a l q > , : F ruit n nd N u ts, English M ustard, Picklos, &«. &c. For sale o c t9 D L . ro \ v _ L L U _ € M > T H § , C A F F O IER S AND V E S T IN G S , hi'choice shades nnd qualities. For sule hy , . aep25 S. V . VEDDER, Cl State-st. X I N E N A N D COTTON E D G I N G S , Mo-'J'1' E'.1\ ' \ ^ «•»** J L i Insertings, French Collars a n d ^nceG o m lsof nil kinu.. tor ta l e cheap by seP25 S. V. VEDDER, 61 State-st. F R E N C H M E R I N O S , j u s t received from auction a t a g reat reduction fronelast year’s prices—a heautl.ul assrutm e n t of colors, may be found at JO H N m a t h e v v s & _o*n s , ,,.,,05 • 97 State-street. _ D E I , V I N E S . G r e e n , B lue, S c a r le t a n d C r i m s o n , all w o o l. F o r s a le cheap, by JO HN M A T H E W S & SO N, gep25 * *7 State street. L O Z E N G E S .— W i n t e r g r e e n , P e p p e r m i n t , Camphor. Cayenne, Rose Lemon. Cinnamon, Sassa­ fras, Clove aud Liquorice ^ Lozenges, manufactured by H. Kibbe. Just received aud ior salo by seplS 9 , H. SNELL. 00L LONG SHAWL, a s p l e n d i d a s s o r t - mont, choup. a t sep tll C. S. POTTER 8. HAWLS.— Just received , most splendid Long Sliawla ever otFsred in this city. For sule ttnusuully low ut the client) store of sep24 ' BROWN & LEE, 103 State St. M e r i n o s . — a f i n e a s s o r t m e n t o f f r e n c h M e rinos,at BROWN & LEE’S, sep4 No. 103 State-st. M .V I H L O r W H A P P T ^ n ^ P E R ^ F o r ^ l ^ b y sfepi4 J U H V O H L E N * C O ., 73 S t a t e - s t . ^LXUI i I j E R 'S - SOA/Pj of a superior quality, for Satinet, Wool- JE en and Gkrfiet Manufacturers, made by JAMES H ARTNESS, Schenectady. . S O F T a n d HARD SO A P c o n stantly on h a n d . _________ ja n 25 T O W N ’S N e w s e r i e s o f .r e a d e r s f o r s a l e at No 81. S tate-street, together with a large assort­ ment of School Books. Country merchants and teachers supplied at the lowest prices- jy24 WM. F. BOLLES E I V V T A A D P R A 1 D T R I M M I N G S , for dresses and — . - n!is s . V. V R n n v i l w fil on.* w s CHENECTADY & T R O Y R A I I—HO D.—On nnd nrter W ednesday, May 9tli, 1849, d«rs Will leitVe Schenectn- S e c r e t a r y , will in dy for Troy and Albaiiy, via Cohoes and T roy, as follow s, until n e r a l , i n c lu d in g fiu oiiierwisc ordered : city o f Schenecta ceived by the sut pany. T7HRE AND MARINE INSURANCE, by X P R O T E C T I O N IN S U R A N C E C O M P A N Y ol cloaks, a t sep25 5 0 0 S H B I‘s i : - rl< I.Nlarnl u u t it } c , W \ & G. 3. BARHYDT, 140 State st. -m S A C K S W estern Dairy Salt, n t w h o lesale i also, I . I . I W bnrml Suit, for sain by I iep25 C. W . 4c G. S. 0 ARM YDT. Grocers, 140 State-st. , C A S H M E R E S ' A N D D E L A I N E S . A largp stock of • lh«»e amain. pnrrlmned nt nnuiitui Inst week In Ncw-York, are now offered for sale at very low prices, at 97 Sliite-Pl., by se]>25• JO H N M A T H E W S & SON. 1 \C .V S E Rich Fhanitenhle De Laines, nt the low price oVTsliTT- .1 in*.per yard, niay’he found at 97 ^Inte.-street. * *e|t25 JO H N M A T H E W S fc SON. 1 ' f X A A e t - o x j r . “ A d l / i l B B L S . o f t h e c e l e b r a t e d H e c t o r P a l l s F l o u r - A l s o , a few b a r r e l s e x t r a C a s t a l i a M i l l s . F o r s a l e ' by • . oc?6 G. Q. CARLEY. C LOTHS, Cassimers, S a tin e ts and Vest-' in g , a fine a s s o r t m e n t , a t lo w p r i c e s . ’ t4 ' _________ JO H N M A T H E W S fc SON. B L A C K L A C E V E I L S , a t l e s s t h a n onc-hait' iheir usual price, just ^received from auction. sep tll C. S'. POTTER. 5 C A S E S N E W S T Y L E P R I N T S 7 j u s t 7 > ^ - ed, ahd will be sold cheap by C. S. POTTER, sept 11 A i - a k g e j l o t o p f l a s m e l s , a l l c o l o r s and quality, ju s t received by F i < 2 septll C H A R L E S S PO T T E R . L \N N E L S - —20 Cnees and Bales Cotton nnd Wool FInu- uel.i, dll colors a n d qunliiles. For unit; by s e p t 4 ____________ JO IIN OH L E N & C O .,73 Stnte-st. BEEN-GlNGEIt\BOOTffor flavoring Preserves. Just Scceivcd nnd lor snlo I y _ _ ti __________ C. D . 4 G. 11 BARIIY DT, 140 Stntu-st. S C H E N E C T A D Y C O U N T Y S A B B A T h 's C H O O L DE­ PO S ITORY.—The subscriber lias recently added to Ills stock.it large nsnortment n f Sabbath e'chool Rooks, together witli a variety of books ndaptedjo Sunday ncJinal?—Union Hym n s, Union Spell- D.ftfiL iTli'mn DelII.OH i'lnan IIOi * * * ‘ * s otherw ise o r d e re d : FROM SCHENECTADY, 1-4 before 8 o’clock A. M. . „ - ‘I _ . or on urrival of W e stern cars. 1-2 after 2 « P. M. do do do 1-2 after 1 “ A. M. do do do , , . „ . FROM TUOY , 1-4 before 6 o 'c lock A. M. for Buffalo anti w a y . 1-4 “ - 9 “ “ do do 1-2 past 11 “ E m igrant a n d Freight. rf 1 “ P. M. for Buffalo a n d way. 1-2 past 6 “ «' do do T h e Cars on .the Troy and Greenbush Knil-Road leave Troy for A lbany hourly. _ aug8_ S A R A T O G A & S C H E N E C T A D Y , A N D S A R A T O G A & W H I T E H A L L R A I L - R O A D S .— On and after M onday, May 7, 1849, the cars oil this road will run as follow s: LEA V E SC IIEN E C T A D V , A t 8 o’clock A. M., nnd 21-2 o’clock P. M. or on arrival from tho W est. Both trains will intercept the cars for W h itehall nt Sara­ toga. LEA V E SA R A T O G A , A t 12 o ’clock M. nnd 51-2 P. M. The 2 1-2 P. M. cars from Selieneclady, nnd tho 13 M. curs from Saratoga, will not ho r u u jm Sundays. my8 4 L U AN'Y“ A n fY g c I lE N T K 'C 'P ^ D Y T m K - R O A D — x S l SUM M E R A R R A N G E M E N T .—Until further notice, ears will lie tun ns follows! LEA V E SC H E N E C T A D Y , At 1 3 4 A. M. or on tlm arrival of the w e stern train. 8 1-1 A.M. 11 3-4 A. M. or on the a rrival o f the western train. 21-4 P. M. do do do 71-4 P. M. do do do L E A V E A L B A N Y , A t 6 A. M. for Schenectady,, U tica a n d W e s t. 7 A. M. for Schenectady, Ballstun and Saratoga. 9 At M. for Schenectady, U tica a n d W est. 12 1-2 P. M. for Schenectady. 2 P. M. for Schenectady, U tica and W e s t. 7 P. M. do do do . T lie 1 3-4 A. M. train from Schenectady, nnd 7 P. M. trnin from Albany, a re the only trains run on Sunday. m a y l 5 _____________ A. M c M U L L E N , Agent. T^RANK & HULL, ( s u c c e s s o r s t o J.B.B on - r ney,) M E R C H A N T T A 1LORS, No. 71, State-street, Second clooreasf from Ferry-street,keep constantly on hand, a splendid assortm ent of French. English nnd American CLOTHS, CASSiMERS & VESTINGS,which will bo made to order im h o most fashionable stylos. AIso,iui assort- Tisntof^Scnrfs, Crtivats, 'Suspenders,Gloves, &c. &c. which they oflcr ut llio lwoesf. cash prices. CUTTING ilono a lu modo. Recollect, Bonny’s old stand. JACOB FRANK, atiglB SAM U EL A. HULL. BLACKSMITHING AND VICE MANUFAC­ TURING. n n H E SUBSCRIBERS HAVE FORMED A CO-PART- J L n e r s h i p a n d ta k e n th e s h o p on th e c o r n e r o f C a n a l andLiberty-streets, opposite Clute St Sons’ Furnace, where th e y w i l l re c e iv e o r d e r s fo r a n d e x e c u te B L A C T C S M IT H ­ ING in all ils branches. M ILL PICKS, and SAW and G R I S T M I L L IR O N S , o n h a n d o r m a d e to o r d e r . ---------- ANVILS repaired. VICES ofth e most approved patterns a n d su p e r i o r q u a l i t y , m a d e to o r d e r a n d on s a l e . A l l k in d s of EDGE TOOLS, including PlaningMachine, Tobacco aiid Paper M ill Knives, Lock Irons, &c. &c. N . B. Mill: Picks sharpened. BARHYDT & GREEVHALGII. Schenectady, February 28, 1S48. L i g h t u n r i v a l l e d . —a saving o f f i f t y per cent.warranted to all who will make a trial of the pure and genuine CHEMICAL OIL,and the patent SAFE­ TY BURNER LAMP; uuequulled for beauty and r riiliun- sy, each burner em itting a light equal to that of sixteen perm candles, at the I riding expense of eight mills per nour, and every burner wun'iinted. P O R T E R 'S P A T E N T C O M P O S I T I O N B U R N I N G A LB A NY INSURANCE COMPANY. — T e u - x I l nis Van Vechten, President, and Stephen Groesbeck, i n s u r e d w e l li n g h o u s e s , a n d b u ild in g s n ge^ _ f r n i t u r e ,g o o d s in s t o r e , & c lo c a t e d in t h e c i t y d f S c h e n e c t a d y a n d v L i n i t y . A p p l i c a t i o n s w ill he r e ­ c e i v e d b y t h c s u b s c r i b e r , w h o i s A g e n t f o r lh e ab o v e Com ­ p a n y . , o c l 2 G . Q . C A R L K Y . THE o f N e w J e r s e y , a t S o m e r v il l e . C a p ita l $20 0 ,0 0 0 . T h i s c o m p a n y In s u v c s o n M e r c h a n d i z e , F u r n i t u r e , B u ild­ in g s , M a c h ’i i e r y , F a c t o r i e s , an d p r o p e r t y g e n e r a l l y in c it y a n d ^ c o u n try , a ls o on V e s s e l s , B a r g e s , B o a ts , C a r g o e s and F r e i g h t . L o s s e s w i l l be a d ju s t e d an d p a id b y th is Com- 1 p a n y w i t h .tlie u t m o s t p r o m p t n e s s , an d ih e c o u r t s ol th e re s p e c t i v e s t a t e s o f ihe U n io n wUl be re c o g n i z e d . j - P e r s o n s h a v i n g d e a l i n g s w i t h t h i s C o m p a n y , m a y r e l y o n th e u t m o s t fa i r n e s s in a ll i t s tra n s a c t i o n s , an d e v e r y explanation will be m o s t cheerfully given on application. | ' ‘ ‘ WM. TH'OMPSON, President. 1 J . V . V.ooRUEF.s, S e c r e t a r y . R e T p rences— S h e p h e r d K n a p p , P r e s i d e n t M e c h a n i c s ’ B a n k , N e w - Y o r k ; C o w i n g & C o ., A . & E . S . H ig g in s & C o ., C. M . L e u p p , e s q , N c w - Y o r k . W M , M . H O L T O N , A g e n t , Scheneetady. ! A u g . 15,18-18. _____ __ ______ P r o t e c t i o n i n s u r a n c I T c o m p a n y — F I I I E A N D M A R I N E . — H a v t f o r d , C o n n e c t i c u t . I D . W . C L A R K , P r e s i d e n t . W m . CoNNun, S e c r e t a r y Tliis I n s u r a n c e Com p a n y w a s iluJ $300,000, with pow e r to i T h o whole capUul is s e c u r e l y cash e d if required to m e e t l o s s e s been suecesstu] in i t s c a r e e r , and i S»L\v 1 l 0 ASn ny i U‘C on(.UM'ms\ a,s r;u ;orai510 as a'»y °}!l0r, c° m * ! ‘Among which w ill he found t h e following a r t i c l e s : p a n y . Al dam a g e s 1 om r i s k s t a k e n p r o m p t l y ad j u s t e d . P R O V I S I O N S . — F l o u r by tlie barrel, Pork and Fish by A p p h c a ions t o r r i s k s m a y be m a d e t o t h e s u b s c r i b e r , t h e th e bbl. Codfish, H e r r i n g . H a m , Smoked Beef. Butter, L a r d , i d u I y a P P 0111 A g e n t f o r t h e co m p a n y . Cheese, s a c k and b a r r e l Salt, T u r k ’s I s l a n d S a l t . A l s o , . Spices o f a l l k i n d s . a n d L a m p Oil, Candles, S o a p . & c . o f a l l m a r J b 111 S t a t e - s t . Schenectady. k i n d s . ' ' SUGARS.— Double r e f ined loaf, crushed and pow d e r e d refined loaf, l u m p , St. Groix, Porto R i c o , w h i t e an d brown H a v a n a , N e w - O r l e a n s , &c. M O L A S S E S .— S t e w a r t ’s s t e a m refined Sugar H o u s e , St. Croix, Porto Rico Syrup, W e s t I u d i a Islands, and N e w - O r ­ leans. T E A S . — H y s o n , Y o u n g H y s o n , H y s o n Skin, Im p e r i a l , Gunpowder a n d Black T e a s . C O F F E E .— O ld G o v e r n m e n t J a v a , J a v a , L a g u i r a , C u b a , R i o and S t. D o m in g o . F R U I T — Mtilagu G r a p e s , C itron. R a i s i n s , C u r r a n t s , Figs, L e m o n s , W e s t Lidia Preserves of ul] kinds, Prunes in inrs, Gniivu J e l l y , soft nnd paper s h e l l e d A l m o n d s , Filberts,’Bra- zll, M a d e ira and Pea N u t s , &e. D y e S tu lls ol ull k i n d s ; C a n a r y B ir d Seed and C a g e s . Dr. I). J a y n e s ’ M e d i c ines constuuily on hnixl. ]e23 CHEAPER THAN E V E i ^ D r V A . T u u a x , w h o l e s a le und r e t a i l d e a l e r in P A I N T S T H E D R E A M E R . Tiie following beautiful lines m e from a volume of “ Poems by n Sealnstress,” and are said to be truly the production of a poor En* Sc glisti girl tn -Book, Union Priuier, Class Books, Infnnt’s Library, I >-<•- scp25 W . F . BOLLES, 81 State-street. N a t i o n a l f i r e i n s u r a n c e c o m p a n y —No. 62 W all-Street. Netv-York. THOMAS W . THORNE, President. VI. C. K e l l o g g , Secretary. This Company is prepared to make Insurance against loss or damage by fire on Dwelling Houses, Ware Houses, Buildings in general, Goods, W ares and Merchandize, of every description, and personal p roperty. Applications for Insurance received by the subscriber, Agent for said Company. G. Q CARLEY. W. B.—The Capital of this Institution is now full, with it surplus.-— S e p t.21, lts47 C C H E N E C T A D Y C O U n T y T I U T O A L I N S I j I ^ ! K-J ANCE COMPANY.—-J ohn Oiir.r.N, Presidont; Wil- lium Cunningham Vice-President; Nichol is Swits, Gcnor- Agent and T reasurer; G. Lansing Oothout, Secretary pro tern. 1 DIltECTOUS. David Hearsey, Daniel D. Campbell, Jam es R. Craig, John Ohlen, Peter Banker. Sidney B. Potter, Nicholas Swits, Nicholas Van Vrankeu, Wm. Cunningham, Alexander Holland, Wm. McCamus, Daniel Barringer, The business ofthis Institution will be conducted iu the city ofSchenectady, and applications for Insurance maybe made to the Treasurer, or at the oliice of the Seccretary, , No. 13, Union-street, lour doors west from the Mohawk I Bank. . j This Institution has heen established for the especial] benefit of the citizens of the city and county of Scheneclady, I and from_ the greater security and cheaper rates of Insur- j ! a n e e it will afioro to those desirous of insuring their proper- | ly,over stock insurance companies, itis hoped that thc eit-1 izens of this county will not fail to avail themselves of tho ] advantages it oilers, and thereby retain in our community ’ thousands of dollars which are annually sent abroad to- p u r - 1 chase a less security ut u far greater cost. The above Company is now in full and successful opera* , desirous nf insuring therein, may apply to any nl the agents of the company, bv whom such appll- F T U 1D, for Portable L a m p s - a substitute complete and ciition will rocoivp iinmediiUO nnd prompt lUti’iilioii. The most beautiful, so long desired for all kinds of portable advantages ot this company over the stock companies, in light—perfectly clean clear and free from the least impu- ot whjcji out* uilixunft havo long boon m the habit oi rity whatever, and warranted to please ihe. most fastidious insuring Utoir p roperty, are those ol a long term ol insur- >lete assortm ent ol Portable, Stationary, Re- aiicc atid greater economy ; tho large contributions to the Not in the laughing bowels, W h e r e , by g r e e n t w i n i n g elriis, ti p l e a s a n t s h a d e , A t s u m m e r ’s n o o n is m a d e ; A n d w h e r e sw i f t- f o o te d h o u r s S teal t h e Hell hrontll o f t l i e e n a m o r e d flo w e r s ; Dream t. Nor Where iliu golden glories be, A t s u n s e t l a v i n g o 'e l th e flo w in g sea , And in pure eyes the faeuliy is given, T o tm c e sm o o th a s c e n t from eartii to H e a v e n . N o t on th e co u c h o f e a s e , W i t h a l l th e a p p l i a n c e s o f j o y s nt h a n d ; S o ft lie lit, sw e e t fra g r a n c e , b e a u t y n t c o m m a n d ; V i a n d s tlm t m ig h t a god lik e p a la te p lease, A n d m u s i c 's so u l c r e a t i v e e c s l a e i e s ; D ream I. N o r g lo a tin g o ’e r a w ild e s t a t e , T ill the full, self-complacent heart, elate, W e ll satisfied w i t h b liss o r m o r t a l b i n i i , Sighs for an im m o rtality on earth. B u t w h e r e th e in c e s s a n t d in O f iron ban ‘s, and roar o f brazen throats; J o i n t l i e i r u n m i n g l i n g n o t e s , W h ile th e lo n g s u m m e r d n y is p o u r i n g i n , T i l l d a y is g o n e : a n d d a r k n e s s d o th b e g i n ; * Ih e a n i I— a s in tlie c o r n e r w h e r e I lie, O n w i n t r y n i g h t s , j u s t co v e r e d from tlie s k y , Piieh is nly I'lte, nnd Imnen though it seem ; Y d thou blind, soulless seorner, yet I dream ! A n d , y e t I d r e a m — Droiun wlmt ? Wero men more Just, I m ight liuvo boon. How strung, Imw fair, Imw Itlndly and sorene, Glowing ol'henil, und glorious moln, T h o c o n s c io u s c r o w n to n a t u i u ’s b lissfu l sc e n e , In ju s t and equal lirolhi'i'hnml tn glciun, W illi all m ankind, exhaustless pleasure keen ; Sucli is my dream. A n d , y e t I d r e a m — I , t h e d e s p ised o f f o r tu n e , lift m i n e e y e , liiig h t w i t h t h e lu s tr e o f i n t e g r i t y , In u n a p p e a l i n g w r e t c h e d n e s s on h ig h , A n il th e la s t r a g e o f d e s ti n y d e f y , Resolved alone tn live—alone to die, N o r sw e ll th e t id e o f h u m a n m ise r y . A n d y e t [ d r e a m — D r e a m s o f a slee p w h e r e d r e a m s n o m o r e s h a l l c o m e , M y la s t , m y first, m y o n ly w e lco m e h o m e ! R e s t , u r ib e iie ld , s i n c e life ’s b e g i n n i n g sta g e , S o lo re m n a n t o f m y g lo rio u s h e r ita g e . U n a l i e n a b l e , I s h a ll find th e e y e t , A n d , in th y so f t e m b r a c e , t h e p a s t f o r g e t! T h u s do I d r e a m . tf O IL, Daubs, M e d i c i n e s , D v e W o o d s , W i n - d o w G l a s s , a n d S a s h , P u t t y , T u r p e n t i n e , V a i i n i s i i , B r u s h e s , & c . & c . In ad d it i o n to h i s u s u a l s t o c k th e f o llo w in g h a s j u s t b e e n received: 200 B o x e s G la s s , a l l t h e s i z e s , a t fa c t o r y p r i c e s , 10 C arboys O il V itriol, 5 “ A q u a F o r t i s , 10 B bls Glue, 5 “ S p ts T u r p e n t i n e , 10 11 Sperm Oil, 5 “ Lard Oil, 15 “ Coal T a r, 50 i; Dye W ood, 5 “ Roll Brim stone, 2 <! Castor Oil, 10 “ Alcohol, 5 11 M a d d er. For sale at Albany prices. ,may9 CABINET WARE, CHAIRS AND : bc^ionnilv -uc-h instV [’HOLS I WRY.— A. Brown and S. L. Hand ■ . , ' k . a vintr entered into co-partnership, under the . / , A in of Brown & Hand, for the purpose of car- ' iftori, possess somo mo From the Pimnsvlvnnin Inquirer. T H E PH IL O S O P H Y OP K IN D N E S S . A CASH IN I'OINT. “ Which HPidts nguin those cords to bind Which human woe hath rent apart; To lipnl again the wounded mind, Aud hind again thc broken heart.” “ The grimiest tribute nf heaven is mercy, And tis the crown nf justice and the glory, Where il may kill with light, to save with pily.” W e recently conversed with an esteem ed friend—a . gentleman of this city—who, for the last twenty years of his life, lias been connected with several of our lead­ ing charitable institutions, and has also for a long peri­ od been an inspector of one of our principal penitenti- J aries. In alluding to the causes of crim e in the great m a jority of cases, he expressed his conviction th a t | they might be traced to a weakness or m alady of the I m ind, am o u n ting to m e n ta l im p erfection, though not ■ to positive insanity— to m isfortune, p o v e rty, ignorance, or to intem p e rance, evil associations and p a rental neg­ lect. T h e cases of cool, calm, thoughtful a n d determ ined J crim e, of a disposition to go wrong without regard to ' the laws of God or man, aro few and far betw e e n .— tnces will be found, but they Almost all, oven am ong the con- m eritorious traits of characte UP HO littvin (inn ut' Brown & iiam i, l'or tlie purp— ------ i i , rvinirnn the above business.invite thoir friends . M any are generous, w a rm -hearted, iind WOUld I'ftthfll’ TV] E W BOOKS.—Frontenac, a Metrical Romance, hy A. B. IN Street. Man Primeval, by.Harris ; Man bn Earth, by Guizot; ■ (Cottage Lecture, nr Pilgrim’s Progress ; /- ' -• . The liife Expedition to. the Dead S ea; for sale nt No. 81 State- - ?tr4eL ' sep2 5 . W. F. BOLLES. *. * - » ' IrtO T T O J t B A T T IN G , W I C K , W A D D IN G * YARN. r »- Foe sale by the bale, by gr . s*pt4 - JOpN.sO.HLEN tc CO , 73 State-st. ' y K , n CASES, AJfD BALKS S H E E T IN G , M IH IT - iugs, Ticks, Stripes and Drills. Forsaleby sept4‘ _______ JOIIN OHLEN tc., CO., 73 Stale st. C A R P E T IN G —JOHN- OHLEN & CO., have just received and r.re now op.nnini’ tlieir Fall assortment of Three-ply, ex- * Ira Superfine, Fine and Venitian Carpetings. Also, Three-ply nnd extra Superfine.Carpeting of the SCHENECTADY STEAM MIL 1.3 manufacture . sept4 No. 73 State-street. T o W e s t e r n M e r c h a n t s . T IIE SUBSCRIBERS ARE DAILY IN RECEIPT OF NEW SEASONABLE GOODS, and now offer to the trade as desirable an assorttnent.of Dry Goods as can be found ill New- York*. The attention of buyers is invited. k J JOHN OHLEN & CO. aug2S^ ______________ 73 State street, Schenectady. TIDE’S G aiters , B oots , B uskins and S lip - pers, o f different colors and quality, just received at m il _ _ VEDDEil’s.81 Stajte-st'. JN ROUND COFFEE AND SPICES—C on - V A stantly on hand, at wholesale and retail, a t factory prices.bv ud 27 G. Q. CARLEY. QPERM AND TALLOW CANDLES, for sale by W . B. SCHERMERHORN & SON, X ^ L O U R BY THE BARREL AND AT RETAIL.— B y J - W . B . S C H E R M E R H O R N & S O N , jel3 _ 155 State-street. L ADIES’ G A IT E R S , BUSKINS AND S L IP - pers , Black und colored, o f superior quality, for sale ml VEDDElt’s. SI State-st. rrO IJ N T R Y \ M E R C H A N T S w i l l F i N D l f T o thetr interest to examine our stock which isnow well assorted', and will be sold a t a small percentage: Sheetings, Shirtings, Prints, Jeans, Satinets, Tweeds, &c. j,ust received,, a t very low prices, a t «ept4 W. MeCAMUS & CO’S. G ILK STRIPE M A DONAS— J u s t r e c e i v e d a fine assortment of; these goods, also Silk and Cotton W arp Alpaccas, Mohair Lustres, Thibit Cloths, French Merinos', Queen’s Cloth, and various styles of desirable dress goqds. suited to the Fall trade, may be found a t sept4 ' / W‘. MeCAMUS* A CO. Also, a com p lete --------------- , ,, , - - , - . . . fleeting and. Parlor L A M P S ot all descriptions, together , dividends annually made among the stockholders ol other with the above a rticles. Sold Wholesale atid retail by companies being; wholly saved to those insuring in this. G. OIILEN, at his F l a n n e l s . — io cases and b a le s cotton and won] Flannels, all colors and qualities. Just re- received an d f o r s a le by J . O H L E N & CO., aug28 ■ 73 State-street. TKTEST MAKERS. — F ir s t r a t e v e s t makers can obtain im m e d i a t e and constant em p l o y m e n t at No. I l l State-street. THOMPSON &' ELY. s e p t l 1 S I L V E R W A R E w a r r a n te d e q u a l t o coin, O at prices as low as cau be found in the state, a t SAN­ DER’S W atch, Jewelery, and S’dvex Ware Store, 87 State street. septl 1 \j% T OM E N ’S p e g g e d B o o ts a n d B u s k ins, f o r v T saleatr m il. VEDDER’s, 81'State-st. ^ ALT”.— 100 S acks L iverpool F ine and Ground Salt, just received and for sale by Jy24 C. VV. & G. 8. BARHYDT, Grocers, 140 State-nt. B RINCKERHOFF’S HEALTH RESTORA~- tive, one of the most valuable medicines in use. For sale, hy jy24 H. S. VAN INGEN, 17 Cnnnl-st. HOUSE SYRUP\ U G A R HUUSJfcJ S Y K U F , IN CASKS OF 40 gallons, or by the gallon. Just received nnd for sale jy24 H. S. VAN INGEN, 17 Cnnnl st, S ty' _________ __________________ A d a m a n t i n e d a n d l e s , w e l l a d a p t e d for h o t weather. For sale by »ug7 U .S . VAN INGEN, 17 Canal-st. ’E A R L B A R L E Y A N D F R W M C E ^ m ^ nice, a t H. S. VAN INGEN’S, > a u g 7 17 C anal-st. C O C O A A N D B R O M A , v e r y a g r e e a b l e a n d nutritious preparations, at aug7 ____ H . S . V A N I N G E N ’S , 17 C a n a l-st. C H A W L S , S H A W L S . — A l a r g e a s s o r t m e n t of -Fall and W inter ShawJs, just received at No. 97 9tate-*L __________ JOHN MATHJEWS & SON. P R I N T S , P R I N T S - — - 1 0 ,0 0 0 y a r d s d a r k Prints, beautiful styles, selling a t 6} cents, at 113 State-street,by sept4 W . MeCAMUS & CO. C A R P E T I N G A N D O I L C L O T H S — A f i n e assortment ot new patterns recently received and sell­ ing a t reduced prices, at 113 S tate.street by »ent4_____________________VV. McCAMUS tc CO. T URK’S LSLANI) SALT.— 1.500 bushels Turk s Island Salt, of superior qnality, for '.ale by - *lpt4 „■ - __________ CARLEY. J O H N O H L E N & CO. 73 S t a t e - s t r e e t , h a v e just returned. Irom Ncw-York with a lar^e stock of Cloths, Cassimets, Sattm ets, &c. The public are reoupst. ed to call before purchasing elsewhere. aug28 T O MECHANICS AND 0THERs“ _ T~ subscribers offer to sell a number of desirable BUILDING LOTS, located in the Bowery, on the follow, ing easy term s : T h e y will loan the purchaser of each and ivery lot, ONE HUNDRED DULLA RS towards erecting a building on the same, which, together with the purchase money can remain on bond and mortgage for the term of ten years. JOHN M ATHEW S 8c SON, jy H 96 State-street, Clockcry and Shoe Store. No. 47 Stale-st. N. B. The superiority o f iu e above fluid and lamps offers ery superior inducements to all who wish a beautiful light., lhalf the expense of oil. dov4 C HINA, GLASS AiYD EARTHEN tVAilE.— GEORGE OIILEN, No. -17 S tate-street, has just re­ ceived tho largest nnd most splendid assortment of CHINA, GLASS, EAll'THERN and GRANITE W ARE, everoffer- ed in this city, all ofthe- Inlesl styles and patterns, whieh, together with his former stoek on’ hand, .makes ns complete an assortment as cun be found either in Albany or T r o y - all ol which will be sold as low as can be purchased any where in the s tate, at wholesale or retail. Also, constantly on hand, a good assortment of Looking Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Astral, Hanging, Portable, and Stationary Lamps; Chemical, Oil and Safety Burner Lamps, o fall descriptions; Tea Trays, Britannia and Plated Ware, Cutlery, &c. Also, a general assortment of Gentlemen’s, Ladies’ and Children’s'BooTS and S hoes , of every description;, suitable for the season, and most fashionable styles. Also, Ladies, I Misses arid Children’s French Shoes, d f a ll styles and co­ lors. apl-8 TXARD-WARE—No. 5'TSTilTE-STREET. J . A ABM. A. VAN VORST has constantly on hand a general assortm ent of Hard-W are aud Cutlery; Carpenters’ and Joiners’ Tools ; Looking Glasses, Tea Boards; Iron, Steel, Nails, &c. Together with a large assortment of STOVES, of the la­ test and most approved patterns; Stove Pipe, Sheet Iron, Copper and Tin Ware, which he offers lor sale on the most reasonable terms. Sheet Iron, Tin and Copper, manufactured to order by good and experienced workmen. GROCERY AND VARIETY f J T k U STORK, No. 157 STA T E -STREET, SCHE- y , y g NECTADY, a few d o o r s east of the R a i l r o a d . t*iw9p» The subscriber respectfully apprises the citi­ zens of Schenectady and the surrounding c o u n t r y , that he has commenced business as above, and intends to keep for sale, all the articles to be found in a Grocery Store, em­ bracing Molasses, Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Spices, Flour, Fish, Salt, Oil, Camphene, Fruits, Wooden Ware of all descriptions, Ropes, Twine, Cord, Brushes, Glass, Putty, Snuff and Tobacco, Powder, Shot, Caps, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Lines, Poles, Shakers’ Roots and Herbs, Seeds, &c. &c. From his experience, in the business, and always purchas­ ing a t the lowest cash rates, as well as keeping' a choice assortment, he hopes to m erit a share of patronage m y lo ___ _ _ COLES CARPENTER. L o o k i n g . g l a s s e s , a n d lo o k i n g g l a s s P l a t e s —The subscriber keeps constantly on hand a general assortment of Looking Glasses anil Looking Glass Plates of every description, which he will sell at tlhe lowest manufacturers p rices, a t his Crockery and Shoe Store, No. 47 State-street. ap!8 GEORGE OHLEN. H INKLEY’S PATENT ELASTIC BOTTOM BEDSTEAD, superior to any before offered to tbe public, for comfort, durability and cheapness. It combines the strength o f ’ he screw wi’h the ease of the spring bottom 1 It can be attached to old bedsteads, makirig them firm and • durable. It need not be taken down to clean. Is proof a- | gainst bugs, having no holes, pins norsackinglo invite them, i For sale ut BROWN & HAND’S, i sepl2 Nos. 5S and CO State-st. ] A L B A N Y D Y E IN G AND SCOURING ES-1 XJL TA B L ISIIM H N T Mr. David Mix, merchant mi- [ lo r,N o .84 S tale-street, Scheneetudy, coiiiinues agent to re -1 ceive goods to be Dyed und Cleansed. The goods entrust- , The following agents have been appointed Tor this city j harilened. The poor w retch who, after arrest, trial and county: NT Swits and David Hearsey city ; Abm. A. steads.M ahogany,Blackwalnut,Cut! Maple,Cottage, Wind -1 iind conviction, is consigned to the cells ot the pent Truax, Rotterndam. augM-7 ’ sor and Office Chairs o f every variety of p attern ; Curl Hair, I te n tiarv, is at Palm Leaf and Colton M a tressos; also, live Geese Feath ' th e b e s t q u a li t y SCHENECTADY SAVINGS BANK-— H o n . s **oV. , , w . , , , „ k J ALONZO C. PAIGE, President; W il i a m , the establishment by the addition oU e - Presidcnt; T homas Pal.hek, Secretary; W illiam v-eral more ronnTsv weifrlCTHi nOftjUP-S-J1 huxv nXtmenI ot ch, Accountant low priced Mahogany Furniture, a llot which wiJl'be offered' Funding Tommitttee— A .C .Paige, Wm. Cunningham, Jay °n the most reasonable terms. ady, Wm. B. W akou, E. Benedict. t1- L. Maud will take charge nt Ihe finishing department, - J ................... ~ ' ~ ‘ — and no pains will be spared to satisfy those who favor us with a call.—May 1, 1848. A. BR-OWN, iind lc ham , Vice L. Goomticji C Monthly Attending Committee —Geo.McQueen, Harvey Da­ vis, John Pangburn. trustees— A. C. Paige, Wm. Cunningham, Epli’ni. Bene­ dict, Hurvey Davis.J.iy Cady. George McQueen, John Pang­ burn, C. C. Van Vrnnfcon, W. B. W alton, Henry C. Yates, Wm. McCamus, Simon C. Groot. The business ol‘thi& Institution will be transacted at the Scheneetady Bank. Tlie Bank will be opened every Monday afternoon, troin 4 to G o’clock The accountant will be in attendance with thp monthly committee. Deposiles from one dollar and upwards will be received, and it bank book, with a copy ofthe by-laws, furnished each depositor. Similar institutions arpin successfuloperatiou in different parts of this slate, and experience bas tested their utility.— The weekly savings of ail individual invested here, will ae cumulate, and in a few years amount to a large sum. Many a prosperous citizen owes his lirst success to the Savings Bank, nnd many nn orphan has been placed beyond want by a prudent investment here. It is earnestly hoped that all elasses-will improve the op­ portunity to invest a portion of their earnings which they would otherwise spend, and thereby create a fund on which they can draw when all other resources fail. rnv2G t f NEW BOOT & SHOE STORK i V-J ,^* 03 . G. OIILEN hus opened a Boot and Shoe Store in Colonnade Row, No. 118 Slalo-st. I and has employed Nicholas Barhydt lo su- ! penntend the same. He will keep on band a general a s s o rt-. ment of Gentlemen's, Ladies’ and Children’s Boots and i Shoes of every description. He will also carry on the ma- niifucluring business and make to measure Gentlemen’s, La­ dles’ anti Children’s Boots and Shoes of all kinds, in as good I style and workmanship as any other establishment in th is. city, and at as low prices. He will keep constantly on hand Sole and Upper Leather, Calf Skins, Morocco, Trimmings, Findings, &c.&c mar!3 jo20 N EW PA IN T AND OIL State-street, Sehen S. L. HAND. S T O R E , N o T S S .. . . . nectady.—The undersigned having bcen nearly four years diligently and steadily employed in the above business, witli Mr. E.‘ L. Freem an, has opened a store at No 53 State-sl-reet, lately occupied by Mr. Toll, and in tlie building owned by Isaac I Truax. nnd next door west ofhis grocery, where he will keep constantly on hand a large and splendid assortment ol PA IN T S , OIL, &c. Having been so long engaged in tlie business, and thereby obtained a perfect knowledge of it, and his Oil being manufactured at home, he feels confident of the patronage of all his old j friends, and all others who rnay wish to procure Paints un- ' equalled either for beauty, durability, or otherwise. And j having taken every precaution in selecting ancl buying his j Paints, lie is perfectly satisfied that he can do as well by them as any other dealer this side of New-York. Painters, Wagon-makers, Cabinet-makers, &c. will do well to call. Paints will be mixed and furnished at all times, and in the best manner. PETER CIIR1SL R. TEETII—TEETH—TEETH. F J . B R A D T , D e n t i s t , b e g s l e a v e t o in - • form his friends nnd the public generally, that he still continues to perform all operations in the various d epart­ ments embraced in Practical Dentistry, at the old stand, 115 State-street, Schenectady, opposite the Post Cilice and one door east of Wm. McCamus & Co’s dry good store p to suppose him self loathed, contem n e d and hated by all m ankind. _ H e views hiirtsaJitfLS $ on feast and an alien to socie officers of justice as a specie; -vettH'ut ills PBuditiom Jim i v f m isfortunes, and who wouh ter how truthful the nnm itiv W h e n , therefore, thin error’is Uisp discovers that even within the gloomy arc to he found kind and forgiving hearts— officers a inspectors who tire disposed to forget thc past, and to manifest generosity, hum anity and m ercy, tiie better feelings find “ vent and way,” the stubborn nature is subdued, the confidence of the convict is won, and, while he deplores and regrets the e rrors and vices th a t have hurried him into a disgraceful position, hope r e ­ vives, forgiveness of God and man is sought, and a re­ solution is taken to live more Correctly for the future. This, we say, is often the effect o f kindness. A n d this is the testimony oftlie gentlem an whose opportunities o f observation lntve been so am p le.. B u t what is the prospect for the felon, who, having served out his first term , is s e n t forth into the world to commence anew ? L e t us suppose that his fall in the first ease was through the force of circum stances, by adversity, by intem p e rance,pressing and fearful tem p t­ ation, rather than by a n y settled and determ ined prin­ ciple of crim e. Suppose also, that in leaving the wails of the prison, his penitence is sincere; his heart is changed, and his desire and determ ination are to walk correctly and to act uprightly. W ill he be c h e ered on and sustained by his fellow-mcn ? W ill he be e n ­ couraged and assisted in tlie work of r e form ? or, will the world point to him as a convict, whisper words of suspicion and distrust— avoid, shun, a n d anathem a tize him ? A las! the latter policy is too often pursued T h e victims of misfortune or of guilt are too generally the objects of reproach and of scorn, r a th e r than of sym­ pathy and generous pity. T h e Christian doctrine in this respect Is forgotten ! a n d neglected. T h e spirit of forgiveness Is outraged. Alan turns away from his fellow-man, a n d mocks at his A tear trembled in the eye of the other fttaocordUl and kindly a recognition ; his voice failed for a momeat —but then rallying again, h e proceeded tq tell hi**to- fy. At the age of fifteen he was a neglected orohan, and with fine natural talents,a cheerful disposition,.an<il a good heart, he was thrown into the society of jtlie vile and dissolute, in one of the mdst Wretched .sections o f Philadelphia county. There, in connection with f tty* eral other lads, equally deserted or misled, he commit* ted, was arrested for, tried and convicted of, petty thieft. While in prison he was visited again and again by the Philadelphia philanthropfst, who succeeded, not on­ ly in eradicating the vicious views he h'ftd inbibed, but in showing him the folly of vice, aild the certainty of its punishm ent, anil inspiring him with a determ ina­ tion to act correctly, the moment he shoulcf he releas­ ed. T h e visitor was satisfied with his sincerity, and gradually todk a deep interest in his ease. A t the ex­ piration ofhis sentence, he provided him with means, and having stated* all the facts in a confidential man­ ner to ft friend in the West, obtained junl a situation in a flourishing city of that section of the Unioir^- The youth was overwhelmed with gratitude. H e had found a friend for the first timo in Tils brief? career.— His course from that moment was oft ward. H e speed* ily won tho confidence ofhis employer, ort whose death, ten years thereafter; lie succeeded to a large share in his business. • “ I am now,’* he said, « an equal p a rtneH n the ire- putable and prosperous hotise o f — -*k Co., o f and I have visited Philadelphia, not only on business, but with the object Of seeking out and returning nly heart-w arm acknowledgements to my early, my « r e r cherished,’my*often remembered benefactor/* T h e old m e rchant w e p t With jo y a t such a~reform. and acknowledged that .this single incident had repkid him for the lidurs and days and weeks h e had devoted, always prayerfully, to the blessed cause o f kindness and prison reform. ' * ‘ . A HEROIC WOMAN. From a Sketch in ihe Christian Register, by Wendell Ph(lll|« Mrs. Garnaut was the second daughter of, Williiini and Ann Jones, and born at Swansea, Wales,;oa tbo 8th day of April, 1810. While she was .at sehoolioe«r Bath her parents died, leaving to her c&re tnd older sister then sinking in consumption, and in brother and three sisters younger than herself. -To these the was was father, mother, brother and sister, Wstcbing 9*fer their interests and devoted to tbeir welfare^ till, yopfa seperated them to various fortunes. Subsequently .ah* married Richard Garnaut, tbe son of a French -#i*- grant, a mechanic of great taste and ability! They came immediately to America, and finally, settled l a Boston, where, n o t th r e e years a f ter h e r marriajge; stie lost her husband and eldest child. Le’ft. alone, with h e r infant, in a strange land, without means and with few friends, she manifested the same energy? and trustful­ ness, the same putting aside of all regard for h e r own comfort and profit, which made,her last yean so ef&* cient and beautiful. ‘ * After an interval she connected herself with the Mo- ral Reform Society of Boston, and labored in its cause- many years; and when worn out by the varied effotfs which her restless benevolence added to the c a re aqd confinement of the office, she held, became the m atrpa ofthe Home, established tn Albany street, for the*b^- ter of orphan and destitute children. Exbauited by watching over tho two infants of a woman who had died of cholera, with no hope of saving themyLu^wfah all thc tenderness of a mother,*8 love; sne f^Lhersqlf a victim to the disease on Monday, the 3d 4)f Sqpil«i|- ber, aged 39 years. .. * This is the outline of a long life, « yoars, whose every day was 211 love and service to oth~“\ *** tedly benej Artificial Teeth inserted by pivot, or Won fine gold p late, ( appeal for assistance. “ T h e fallen” are hunted and from a single tooth lo an entire set, wilh any ofthe various | b a n n e d — nnd their penitence, how ever sincere, is dis- modes of fastenings, viz : by clasps, springs or atmospheric trusted and ridiculed. T h u s their h e a rts become sour- I^JARRIAGE AND SLEIGII MAKING. ----- B. SEAMAN continues the business of Carriage and Sleigh M aking,al his old stand, corner ot Maiden lane and n c.rty'slreel> \’here he has on hand, or will make to order, all kinds of Carriages, o f superior quality and workmanship, a t fair p r i c e s . i BLACKSMITHING in all its branches. Repairing done as usual, on short notice. Cash paid for first quality of carriage timber. SchnnecL-idy, May 22. 1849. tf pressure, and warranted to give perfect satisfaction Decayed Teeth filled with fine gold or tin foil, as may best suit the patient. Particular care and attention given to ex' ed, tlieir feelings em b ittered, their necessities urging tnd 'pressing, and they again fall into the ways trading,'cleansing, and tho various diseases of the teeth a- . of tem p ta tion, and the meshes o f crime. A las ! miser- rising from neglect or injudicious treatment. je13 able beings, when detected and convicted o f a second 0 T I - IE P U B L I C . E x t r a c t i n g t e e t h o f nee T h e y arc then regarded as among the doom- Witliont pain.—NEW ERA IN DENTAL SURGE* e<1 and the Burdened, a n d tlw y are branded as in mfa- RY.—The late discovery of Dr.M orton, of Boston, o fa so- \ mous forever. A n d yet, even these second offenders porific of such controlling power over the nervous system i that in a few moments the sense of feeling is, for the time r , A R R I A G E A N D S L E I G H M A K I N G . > » .v he performed without causing the: m ight in m a n y cases be saved. W c know that it is difficult, in our present state of being, entirely suspended ; so Muit ^ n y society,^and with^tlie eyc of suspicion and the ^tongue __ _ __ slonishii \ \ ........... \\ L ..... * building lately occupied bv Mr. Charles W ard, (adioinhi.r cut age. Probably no discov on the south the furnace of Pillings, Conde fie Co.) in Maid? i 'y'1!* rt‘suR l*ie prevention r en-laiic continued, where they are prepared to carry on thp . foring ring as diis. » business of CARRIAGE AN D SLEIGII MAKIN'G in a l l ' D° ct . IJ. BURNHAM has its branches, including BLACKSMITHING. R e p a iring! S01 ~ ' - ■ - ......................... myl V / BIU NTON & IIU N K LE have \taken Ure coi'rmiodiotis ' 0,10 nC tho astonishing events of the pres- Ol S -andal, SO watchful and '.’igdant, to assist a fallen u..~i...~i ............. :...i u.. . . . m ...... ! ..oc.n?1,s I ...... .... probably no discovery since the the world began, sister or an erring brother, without a liability to ccnso- and mitigation of so much suf- rious rem arks. T h e motive is seldom considered as fa as this. ________ _ 1 p u re or disinterested. And yet it is thc duty of some dyy^promptly and on reasonable terms. F l o u r a n d F e e d S t o r e . i.iTiiA I r,j ' - * . . ’ ' ’MM L' U Ill illlil OI H iili JUiw hus u»»|/*vi**>M» ...................... : Satur- ^ now maiiufiifiureu in the Genesee country, put un in • B has certificates from persons who have had irom one to hi- barrclsaml I,nlf barrels in splendid order,ground cxprcsslv f o r ! loon teeth extracted while under thc influence ofthe vapor, the ci -1 mnmy use from pure Genesee w h e a t: ' stating th a t they experienced no pain during ’.he operation, «- TN— ! I'St I hft l_rn *i A tY/T i 11 a nvGn ____ l. u Sit L/> L.mnir fn (ih n W. ed to him for me, I will warrant to be done as well as can be done in the state. They will be done at tbe same rate as if persons resided in Albany. Parcels left with Mr. Mix I will be sent to Albany on Monday, and returned on day of the same week The subscriber would return his sincere thanks to ..... , , . tizens of Schenectady, for their liberal patronage since Da- J tb e R a il-road M ills e x tra , m a n u factured vid Mix has been agent for him, and wishes a continuance from tlie heart of seven bushels of wheat to the barrel ofthe sam e. He will engage to dye all colors, on silk, cot-1 2d. Ira C a r p e n te r ’s ex tr a . F a m ily Irionr ‘ ton und woolen goods,and till shades. Merino dresses,silk j o,] r j r> \xr\w n J .. . dresses and shawls ofall descriptions, dyed and pressed in ■ ‘ WllliaiTlo pUfC G e n e s e e , R oc ciieste h e s ter. the best manner. I 4th. Also, black merino, thibct and cashmere shawls, cleaned 1 Thcabov and restored to their original colors, without injuring their ■ pure Genesee wheat. borders. H a n d k e r c h i e f s cleaned and pressed w i t h o u t fad- j Also, on hand, Western Flour for b a k e r c ’ „c.« ing their colors. l ? | p p n a i • ■ c ‘'\ f S US 6 , A lso, Ladies’ Leghorn and S t r a w H a t s , dyed s t o n e color. 1 — A I s o , receiving Irom Rochester. S l i e r [D“ Prices reduced tn suit the tifnes ! je5 JOHN NIBLOCK, 43 Hndson-st. Albany. T ALTrA11LE HOOKS.—Chalmers on Romans; Haitian on J nil Homans; aio(’)teyne’r Life, Letters nnd Lectured ; Jeremy Taylor’s Sermons; Bavirison’s Connexion Ulinimers1 ftlmnl Philosophy; Chalmers’ Commercial Dis-; courses; Ulmlmers’a Astronomical Discourses, For sale nt Nn, 81 ouiny ofSchenectady, for the application of Dr. Morion’s Letiieon, and has been in lhe practice of il for thelust three weeks* experimenting in presence oiseveraJ of the Phy- sciuns cf our city, witli the most entire satisfaction. Sulli- T r r - “ * , cient cxperie.nce has b e e n had to demonstrate not only ils H L SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIVING AT II I S p r a c t i c a l uliiity, bui its harmlessness upon the human sys- store, No, 13 Canal-street, the best assorted brand of [ tom, leaving no unpleasant or disagreeable effects. Doct. A, p i r ito loronto M ills pure Genesee, Rochester ove brands of Flour are warranted to be ground from ■) S t a t e - s t r e e t . *ep25 W . F. U d LLES BBLS. AND 1050 BAGS W E STEM IV SALT, f o r s a l o l o w b y IJ. S . V A N IN G B N , I 17 Canul'St. 1 9 4 gept4 B and Cloaks. For sale by ,Y S T A T E L O N G SI1 ;d and forsale at the cheap store of L A C K S I L K V E L V E T ; ono yard wide, for Mantillas and Cloaks. For sale by oelfl BBOVVN Sc LEB. L > A T S T A T E L O N G S I - I A W L S .— A splendid lot just re- J l J ceiveif o c l O B R O W N t c L E E . 1 Y A R D W I D E B L A C K S I L K V E L V E T , for • leaks and M nntilfas, ju s t received by oct9 C. S. I'0 'J ’'J’E it._ C A L I C O S A large lot of C a licosatfid per yard, ami good q u a lity ,a t sep25 S. Y. V liD D B R ’S, 61 Slate-st. C< U E E T I N G S , Bed T icks, Shirtings, Cotton Y a m , Burlaps, and nil other heavy Domestic Goods, for'sale chenp hy sep25 ____________________ S. Y. VEDDER, 61 Stnte-st. A l p a c a s , plain, striped and brocade, in all colors, a t 0Ct9 W . MeCAMUS & CO’S. 113 S tate-street. Shipstufis and Middlings, wholesale and retail. 1 A b o rts, -o v ! i ---------------------- -- -------- -- ----- G. G. MAXON. G . W . W I N N E c o n - lihues the Cabinet Sc C h a i r unking business at the cor- her of Unioii and Ferry, streets, where he keeps on hand and manufactures to iJ 1 . h11 kinds of Cabinet Inrni.urc, such as Sofas, Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads. &c., according to the latest s tjlcs, und in the most work* manlike m anner; and he warrants all articl made by him to be equal to any munufactutured in this ty, Alba­ ny or New-Yorlc. Orders for Chairs, Venitian and other Blinds, promptly executed. He keeps on hand Merrifield and W ooster's celebrated Premium Sofa Bedsteads. Also , Skiffs’ Pateut Metallic Air-Tight Sarcophagus or Coffin ; and i I sorts and sizes of Ready-made Wood Cof­ fins. Also, Hair and Moss Matrpsses. Feather Beds, Church and Chair Cushions, &c. UPHOLSTERING dons to order. jy31 w h i c f f h e w ill a l w a y s be h a p p y to sh o w A ll o t h e r b r a n c h e s o f t h e P r o f e s s io n c a r r i e d on a s u s u a l, a t N o . 41 S t a t e - s t . T e e t h s e t on g o ld p l a t e , from a sin g l e lo o tll to a full s e t — t h e la t t e r by a t m o s p h e r i c p r e s s u r e — T e e t h a lso filled w ilh g o ld o r tin foil. T o o t h A c h e D r o p s ,” o f h is ow n ja n 12 A superior article of m a n u f a c t u r e fo r sa l e . _________ i n U R 10 Y r i U R “ H O R S E , if a f f l i c t e d w i t h V / humors, sores, galled neck and sh o a I de rs, q u i t te r- bone, grease, spavin or poll evil. One liOX of DALLE I S ANIMAL GALVANIC CURE-ALL will convince you that there is no mistake in it. R E A D T H E FO L L O W IN G : Tliis is lo certify that I have used Dailey s Animal Gal­ vanic Cure-All, arid found it tlie safest and most speedy cure for Mires or brtns'VS that J b are ever used; and I tube pleasure in recommending it to all. „ „ , S. M. R O L L I V S , L i v e r y S t a b l e , 18 1-2 Jay-H t. N. York. Read : The following is from tho overseer ot the Harlem R a i l - r o a d s t a b l e s ; N c w - Y o r k , J u l y 10, 1848. I have tried Dailey’s Animal Galvanic Cure-All, and I now certify that I have found it the most extraordinary and valuable remedy ever put upon a horse, and would not be without it for any money. It cures hard and spavin lumps, arising from Ihe collar, saddle. &.c. as by magic . Itub on a little of the salve, and the collar can’t make a sore. It never can do harm. JOHN VAN VORH1S, Overseer Harlem Rail-road Stables. For sale a t the Depot of the Proprietor, TI. DALLEY, 415 Broadway, corner of Lispenard-street, New-York. m y 2 2 A . T R U A X . A g e n t , S c h e n e c ta d y . A Y R U M — A S U P E R IO R A R T IC L E - F O R SA L E B by jel9 D. TI. SNELL. -g B R O W N S U G A R S . Jl. V F HDDS. New-Olorans, Porto Rico, Cuba and Muscovado gMgarp, for sate ve’-y low hy nov28 O. Cl. CARLEY. o n e t o s t e p fo r w a r d o n t h e s e o c c a s i o n s — t h e so l e m n a n d s a c r e d d u l y . W h a t n o b l e r i n c e n t i v e th a n th e h o p e o f s a v i n g a so u l ? W h a t h i g h e r in d u c e m e n t t h a n th e g l o ­ rio u s r e w a r d of' w i n n i n g a n e r r i n g c h i l d o f h u m a n i t y fro m tiie w r o n g to th e r i g h t p a t h ? H o w h a p p y m u s t b e tlie c o n s o l a t i o n o f th e p h i l a n t h r o p i s t , w h o , tu r n i n g th e e y e o f m e m o r y b a c k u p o n th e p a s t , s e e s a r e s c u e d a n d n o w r e s p e c t a b l e m e m b e r o f s o c i e t y , w h o w o u l d h a v e b e e n lo s t b u t f o r h i s tim e l y a s s i s t ­ a n c e a n d f r i e n d l y a i d . T h e o c c a s i o n s to o a r e so n u ­ m e r o u s . T h e p o o r a n d th e f r a i l a r e te m p t e d o n e v e r y s i d e . 5 7 o t a w e e k , n o r a. d a y g o e s b y , th a t h u n d r e d s o f h u ­ man beings do not hesitate at the two paths, tempted b y p o v e r t y a n d n e c e s s i t y to c h o o s e th e w r o n g , a n d y e t u r g e d b v th e s t i l l , s m a l l v o i c e w i t h i n , to a d h e r e to t h e rig h t . I t is a t su c h m o m e n t s th a t k i n d n e s s , s y m p a t h y a n d a s s i s t a n c e a r e a l l - p o w e r f u l . O n l y a f e w d a y s s i n c e , a n a g e d c i t i z e n o f P h i l a d e l ­ p h i a w a s w a i t e d u p o n b y a s t r a n g e r , w h o a s k e d to h a v e a fe w m o m e n t s o f c o n v e r s a t i o n w i t h h i m in p r i ­ v a t e . T h e o p p o r t u n i t y w a s a f f o r d e d w i t h g r e a t c h e e r ­ fu l n e s s . T i i e W e s t e r n m e r c h a n t — f o r su c h in f a c t h e w a s — w a s u s h e r e d in t o th e ‘p a r l o r o f th e P h i l a d e l p h i ­ a n , w h e n s o m e t h i n g lik e th e fo l l o w i n g c o n v e r s a t i o n took place: “ Y o u s e e m to h a v e fo r g o t t e n m e , M r . H . ? ” “ I h a v e a n in d i s t i n c t re c o l l e c t i o n o f h a v i n g s e e n y o u b e f o r e , a n d th e to n e o f y o u r v o i c e is n o t u n f a m i l ­ ia r ; b u t b e y o n d th i s m y m e m o r y fa il s .” “ M y n a m e is C h a r l e s B ------- — , a n d t w e n t y y e a r s a g o I w a s a n in m a t e o f a P h i l a d e l p h i a p r i s o n , o f w h i c h y o u w e r e a f r e q u e n t , a b e n e v o l e n t , a k i n d - h e a r t e d v i s ­ i t o r . ” “ I r e m e m b e r , I r e m e m b e r , ” s a i u th e o t h e r , b r i g h t e n ­ in g , s m i l i n g a n d g r a s p i n g th e h a n d o f th e s t r a n g e r ; “ y o u lo o k so w e l l , h a v e im p r o v e d so g r e a t l y , t h a t I olent ty, refused tc>^ to domestics, (sh^l and ser.vp herself., vn whom John AugusfcuSvCoult he carried without a do.ubt, to her^\ cases where a woman?? influence and aid'are-thd sable, M rs. Garnaut Was his, adviser and cbmpiWjoni- To the forsaken victim of seduction or tempf*tkm she has again and-'again given her dwb room and-bed,' hoping that, if under her eye, slie jcould strengthen their faltering resolution, and given them back io-re­ conciled families., . Again and again deceived,^she lug gone on with’ loving patience ahd been rewarded at last with abundant success. Women rained Jbflam of drink, and passing almost aU their time in the Monas of Correction, tied to her for refuge from themselves ; and lived usefully and virtuonsly after struggles and1*' and falls which would have tired Out any heart sod any faith but hers. In hundreds o f towns .wm little ones whom her exertions have saved from utter neg­ lect, or the worse influence of abandoned parents, sad provided with homes and instruction. Insane gisis* for whom she has found one shelter after mnodier, from which morbid suspicions would drive them, a l­ ways came back to her.and rested.content while under her roof. The morning-after her death it war pitiful to behold the bitter grief of homeless and friendless persons, gathered, by the news, who felt they had loA both parents and friend. She died Watching over what all saw were the death beds of children, front which so many fled, whose parents she Had never #ee« ; and in this her death was the exact type of a lifegiveo, so much of Lt, to those who from vice or extreme youth could not repay her even with gratitude.\' _ A young woman, she put aside all thoughts of her­ self or danger to herself in reaching any she sought to save. Strong in a good purpose, she entered foarles|> ly, alone, the most abandoned ji&untj of vice, ventur­ ed on shipboard at might-, to snatch a victim from cer­ tain ruin, and, plain in speech, feared neither>iUtion nor wealth in her rebuke. • Wherever Mrs. Garnaut was might be said to be the vanguard of benevolent effort. Was her society de­ voted to children still she could not shut her door Wm want even in adults. The emigrant wlio had neither acquaintances nor work, the criminal who ifeeded did, the fugitive slave, the sick: woman, were all iheltemd, * or visited, or provided for. Many ytfars of devoted io- bor had made her known, to a large circle of friendleoi beings, and in every new trouble they fled io Her,, . While engaged in moral reform she did us much for the intemperate, and gave her nights to Sick chuinbeM, where, save her unwearied love, none but .the physici­ an ever entered.. Before the most loathsome disesue, in the presence of the most resolute vice, neither Iter faith nor her love ever faltered. When others thought they had done enough and gave up she still persever­ ed, for giving seventy times seven\; aud the poor’WM*. derer seemed to feel there was one heart- that Wdokl never be closed against her, and in eyery pwwinghour of virtuous resolution sought her, with- full ‘Mstnmnce of sympathy and aid, like a child, who know* that i mother’s heart’will never cease to hope ; und in nmny cases was h e r faith sustained. Much doubtless was ow­ ing to the fascination of a manner recognized by evury one who came witbin its influence. ^ It wus tbe fit&sg expression of a heart overflowing WttH loyu for ovory human being. _ , ; Her own means, the little presents to her chlldy the compensation paid her, were used to enable the , iu ^ - tution she controlled to go o n ; and they w ere^vurt awav as freely as the funds specially committed tohof for distribution. She never looked upon any thing ■* her own. Dr. Follen has made a beautiful p it a f thf sculpture of St. Martin sharing his cloak, with «' hdC* gar. The emigrant, the intemperate woman jttft m* formed both tod poorly clad to get placjM, the d^jfjjn ' without friends or means, for whom this loving wteiptw ger has taken the shawl from her own shouloenLdip shoes from her own feet, could have pointed practice of the same love. H e r life was cheered with some A ^ tude, and a thousand histories o f touching buried in her grave. S.he was a c inld to tpe last.titlM f unnoubting faith, in her e n tire unoonscic own p eculiar tra.its, and in the joyousneM ofAb«r ! hope, nav I feel satisfied that all has gone right with j B u t though a child in her love a n d h e r uniel) you.” > she w*A profoundly alive to ull thu grout qwutMmr « f ^

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