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N H F E J i E - C H E E 8 E . - J u « ( r e ­ c e i v e d lifOOIbs. first q u a l i t y d a i r y C h e e s e , for sa l e l o w b y N A M L E L G U N 8 A U 1 . . M a rch 20, 1835. _______________________________ U p U U S E p e r s o n * w b o a r e i n d e b t e d t o tbo u l s u b s c r i b e r , w i l l c o n f e r a s p e c i a l f a v o r by ’ ••tiling t h e i r a c c o u n t * w i t h o u t d e l a y . A . V A N S A N T V O O R D . Srhencrtadtj, March 7, 1 “ 35. n r A X T R I ) — 1 0 , 0 0 0 lbs. o f W O O L , tor w h u h t h e h i g h e s t m a r k e t price w il t h e paid in ca s h . W o o l m a n u f a c t u r e d in t o Sat- i n e t t u p o n s h a r e s , l i e w il l also k e e p clo t h s o f a superior q u a lity on tian d , at all t i m e ! , to ex* vb i n g e for W o o l , at v e r y l o w rates. J O S E P H J . H A G A M A N . Hagaman’s -Mills, 4 miles north o f the vil­ lage o f A m sterdam. ________ .s c / s t H c c t a e i f / C o p p e r , T i n S h e e t C r o s s J F a e t o r p . T H E su b s c r i b e r s a r e p r e p a r e d to m a k e T a m - n f . r ’s H e a t f . r * . P u m p C h a m b e r s , F o r c * P ^ ' m p s , S t e a m K o i i . e r * , C o p p e r a n d S h e e t I r o k I ' o u i r i m ; K e t t i . k * and C o p p e r W o r k uf e v e r y d e s c r i p t i o n , S n l l * e x c e p t e d . C L U T E & H A I L E V . S e p t e m b e r 23. 1833. X l A 2 £ £ r A d o a Y . r a i l 11 -'il i ' c r i b u r * c o n t i n u e t u m a n u f a c t u r e .M. -it th e i r F a c t o r y t w o m i l e s s o u t h o f th is ••ity. I*rooTn aiid F.ri-Ii ll.an d l c s o f ••very d e s - < u p t u r n . If iy a n d M a n u r e F o r k H a n d l e s ; Sho- x • 1 a n d I loi; H a t . . I f * ; Spread* r*, Whiffile* 'ri-i -, Ih ricli .inil 1 l a n d S c r e w . - : F e n c e H o u n d * , Coluinris, A r. A c . O r d e r s for *nv o f tin* a b o v e a r t i c l e s , o r for T u r n i n g o r • ' a w i n g o f nn y d e s c r i p t i o n , w i l l b e t h a n k f u l l y r. i-i j v e d arid p r o m p t l y a t t e n d e d to. F. I I . H A M I L T O N A C O , &ihciif.cta<!ii, t\l>ru,try 2. 1 - 3 5 . S C H E N E C T A D Y 1 ’n r n a c r n n d A M a t h i t t c S h o p . C i l i l T H .V H A I L l • j Y k e e p c o n s t a n t - ' l\ on I n n d , a n d m - . n n f i r t i i r i i to o r d e r . > t E A M E N G I N E S , L A T H E S A N D M A - ( H I N L l t Y . J • ii i - In.- d A x l e A r m * , W a g o n , C u t n n d P i p e j I ii Xl s. Mill C r a n k * an d S p i n d l e * . Ni iv a n d u n p r o v e d H a r k , C o r n a n d PJ.if- . r M I L L S . .Mill :i’nj ( ''illlli r'* S c r e w s . K a il K - id r ii \V In c i *. I‘h. igi.r ' i*tnig*. Cub r Mill*, nutv and screws. iptn iinl I!ornj»o*itjon i v. 111 to cull and Printed and Published for the proprietor by Stephen S. Riggs, No. 10 Union-Street, where advertisements and subscriptions will be thankfully received. (V O L . X X V I — No. 1283.) WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1835. (New Series.—VOL. VI—No 284) And I I n f l.d W W AUL of .11 ,!• *c ription * All l.iiid • of Ur i - -, * opju r * i.ring-. V It. Mcr drint* would d i viuiim: for llmni-'U c*. Sr.'ii iu i (inly, A p r il'11. 1~31. ( A B I V E T l l A K I Y G . A A- 111 . B K O W . Y , having t aken 0>e 2 xk • C;linnet establishment o f Air, Nicholas \ iti*,at thu south en ' o f t ^ » c l » - s t r e e t , n e a r ­ ly o | . ’e)*ite the Schenectady Bank, witl con­ tinue tin- CA B I N E T MAKING business in all ils % anoii* liranchc*. Sofas, llurritus. St rr< taries, Titbit*, St,mds, lit dstmds. d*r - d*c. fkntslicl in tl.e tir-t -ty Ic : all of which will ho w>ld on th e nio-t a> c o m m i e l r i t i t i g terms. ’ Srhrnt, a y, J)cc. 31, 1 .Jl. A L B A N Y L A n L L E A I R F U R N A C E A N D m a C u i n k S H O P . v . m a n y , (formerly (naming, t t 'Norton A Co.) in:inuf.icturc* to order, Iron Casting* for gearing mill* and lactnric* of every description. A b o , malt mills, ma-hing machines, steam engine* and rail road casting* O f r v c i y de-i rqition. Thu collection of pat­ tern* for maoliinory i* not equalled in tho Unit­ ed States. The follow ing article* will he kept c onstant­ ly for sale at tlm Furnace, and furni-hed at ►bort notice, viz : pota-.li kettle*, single and double bottom-, from AC. t-> 140 gallon*, caul­ dron* fmm 1 t o 3 barrel*, hatters and soap boiler* kettle*, hark mill*, paper mill and other Kcrcws, prc*s plates, oven mouths and furnace door*, hand pumps, single and double forcing Dump*,w agon, cart and post coach boxes, sash weight*, 7, 1 J, 25, 2\ 3d, 5(1, 56 and 6(1 Ih. weights, forge hammers, sleigh shoes, stoves, hall scrapers, portable furnaces, hawser irons, mandrills lor coppersmiths, bookbinders and n o t a r i a l or s..-:i) p r e s s e s . W . V. M. having an extensive assortment o f p l o u g h p a t t e r n s , e m b r a c i n g a l m o s t e v e r y kind in u*o, keep* constantly on hand tlm foi- lo w i n g p l o u g h ea.*lm<r*. viz: Starbucks No. 1 , 2 , vv 3 D. ( 'l ute's • ■ 1, arul 'lb. Bryant'* ,# I. 2 . 21,. 3 and-L Iitb s i.ti'* \ 2 , 3, 4 , 5 and (’. M uml . i-r 1 'rci burn * > “ 1 , 2 Tice's “ 2 , W r i g h t ’* ** 0 , 11 u d - . oi's “ 2 , llll-.- i 11 ’* • • 2 . W m.d's ** ( '. t 'ii niibi 1 1 nil’s 4' 3. M-'i, thu at luhruted side '••I 2. Country founders can he supplied with pig tion. lire brick, coal, Amboy sand and clay. Boring, turning and finishing, in all their va- iioiiv br uit In *, executed with neatness and • ). -parch. Al-o. p pti in* made and screw* eut io order. W . \ . M. being a practical millwright, will lurm-.li calculation*.nml anv olln r information in relation to machine)v. ( bit tun Machini*!* mav obtain casting* nt thi* I'urn ire made uf Scotch iron. All articles o r d e r e d e.ati lie. for w a r d e d to any J- irt o f th e I n i t e d S t a t e s < r th e Carre! l*. Order* mav hi* addressed to W I L L I AM V. MANY. Eagle Air Furnace, No. >1. Be aver- ‘■treef, Albany, or lo the care of Mes-r*. Er.is- tu* Corning A C ■>. — Mini I S 1S15. gfv’tnfi » I I » A. 1 , 2 a n d D. and 1 h. A. S. 1 h, 2 and 3 old. -hill plough. No. 1 S c h e n c c t a i l v S a v i n g s ’ D u n k . T o t thi H I E c h a r t e r for t h i s I n s t i t u t i o n w a * grant- date. The following gentlemen are ap­ p o i n t e d T r u s t e e * a n d M a n a g e r * , v i z : J o s e p h < Y itc*, Archil*aid C r a i g , W i l l i a m C u n n i n g - h u n , A l o n / o C. I'aig).*, Thofii.is F , d r i e r , \V . A. S. N o r t h , Il.arruanu* I’o - k , t l i r n y D a v i s , C . I \ r.mkeri, J o h n F . i n g h u r n , G e o r g e M e - (|<iei-u, A r c l n t i a l J C a m p b e l l , E p h r a i m B e n e ­ d i c t . A t a m e e t i n g o f t h c T r t i s f e e * , ,,fl t h e 23d o f M a y . I S ’ I, th;* I n - t i f i t i o n v. i* , ! ulv n r g m i z e d a n d tin* f o l l o w i n g olli-u r s w e r e e l e c t e d , v i z : H o n . j o s e f i i c . \ \ t p . s , WILLIAM < t N M N G t t VM, I ’itr Vresident. T H O M A S P A I . M F R , I ' , - - . W M . A. S. N O U T H , v o / W I L L I A M H . P V I . M K K , . / tVeW,,/,„f. F u n d ing Committer. — \ . C. P a i g e , I I a h m a m s P e e k , w i l h th e P r e - o l e n t , Vice P r e s i - d e n t a n d T r e a s u r e r . M o n t h l y A t t e n d i n g C o m m i t t e r .— G e o r g e M e - Q i ; » : e x , I I a k v e y D a v i s , J o h n P a x g h i k x . T h c b u s i n e s s o f t h i s I n s t i t u t i o n w i l l b e t r a n s ­ a c t e d at t h e .S d i e n e c t a d y B a n k . T h e B a n k w i l l b e o p e n c v e v M o n d a y a f t e r n o o n , f r o m 4, till 6 o ' c l o c k . T h e A c c o u n t a n t w i l l b e in a t ­ t e n d a n c e vvith t h e M o n t h l y C o m m i t t e e . D e ­ p o s i t * . f r o m o n e d o l l a r a n d u p w a r d s , w i l l b e r e c e i v e d , n n d n b a n k b o o k , w i t h a c o p y o f t h e B y - L a w s , f u r n i s h e d e a c h d e p o s i t o r . S i m i l a r i n s t i t u t i o n s a r e in successful opera­ t i o n in d i f f e r e n t p * r t s ot th is s t a t e , a n d e x p e ­ r i e n c e h a s t e s t e d t h e i r utility. T h e w e e k l y s a v i n g s o f a n i n d i v i d u a l i n v e s t e d h e r e w i l l a c ­ c u m u l a t e a n d in a f e w y e a r s a m o u n t t o la r g e s u m s . M a n y a p r o s p e r o u s c i t i z e n o w e s his f i r s t s u c c e s s t o t h e S a v i n g s B a n k , a n d m a n y an o r p h a n h a s b e e n p l a c e d b e y o n d w a n t , b y a p r u d e n t i n v e s t m e n t h e r e . I t is e a r n e s t l y h o p e d t h a t all e l a s s e s w i l l i m ­ p r o v e t h e o p p o r t u n i t y t o i n v e s t a p o r t i o n o f t h e i r e a r n i n g s , w h i c h t h e y w o u l d o t h e r w i s e s p e n d , a n d t h e r e b y c r e a t e a f u n d o n w h i c l t h e y c a n d r a w , w h e n all o t h e r r e s o u r c e s fail. Bckauctady, Jf«yW5,1834. 217 B l a c k & d u a b m o l e s k i n s — for s a le l o w by May 25. __________ P F . T E R R O W E . T a n B a r k . W a n t e d . T H E H i g h e s t P r i c e in C a s h , as usual, wiH b e paid for 3 0 0 C o r d * o f H e m l o c k , a n d O O Cord* o f O a k B A R K , d e l i v e r e d a t t h e T a n ­ n e r y o c c u p i e d by t b e s u b s c r i b e r , o r a l a n y p o i n t on t h e E r i e c j n . d b e t w e e n thi* c i t y a n d C a u g h - n.nv.ig.i. W I L L I A M A N D E R S O N . S fhentrtady, J u n e , 1832- 1 1 6 t f A L A W directing th e p a v i n g o f Maiden L a n e from U n i o n to State-street. F _ Paftftcd 19th Aug. 1835. T h e Mayor, Recorder, A l d e r m e n nnd C o m m o n - nlty o f tlio city ol 0 e h o n e e l a d y t in C o m m o n C o u n c i l co n v e n e d , do ordain as follows . I. I h e o w n e r s or o c c u p a n t s o f a n y house, build­ ing o r lot, o r lots o f ground, fronting t h a t p a r t o f M n i d e n - h n o lying lwitwccn t h e N o r t h side o f S t a t e street nnd t h c S o u t h side o f 1 ' nion-strcet, are r e ­ quired h y the first d a y o f O c t o b e r next, to cau s e thut port o f t h e said street, ab o v e designated, in front of tlieir r cspoctivc buildings nnd lots, to h e pitched levelled an d paved to t h e ce n t r e o f t h e m i d street, m s u c h m a n n e r os t h e C i t y S u p e r i n t e n d e n t , u n d e r thc direction o f th e com m i t t e e on roads, o f tlie C o m m o n C o u n c il , shall direct a n d require. II. A n y and e v e r y o f th c said o w n e r s or occu­ pants, w h o shall neglect or refuse t o conform the street in f ront o f tlieir r e s p e c ti v e houses, buildings o r lots, to t h e r equisition o f this ordin a n c e , w i t h i n ttie time above limited f or t h e purpose, shall forfeit und p a y the s u m o f t e n dollars: an d in caso o f s u c h neglect or refusal on t h e part o f a n y s u c h o w n e r or occupant, it shall be t h e d u t y o f t h e said S u p e r ­ intendent, w i t h o u t d e l a y to c a u s e t b o street oppo­ site to t h c bouse, building or lot o f a n y s u c h o w n ­ er or o c c u p a n t so neglecting or refusing as afore­ said, t o be c onformed to t h e requisitions o f this or­ din a n c e , an d t h e ex p e n s e to b e i n c u r r e d t h e r e b y , .h u l l be b o r n e b y s u c h o w n e r nr o c c u p a n t , a n d shall tic certified by th e s aid s u p e r i n t e n d e n t t o tho C o m m o n < ouneil, nnd r e c o v e r e d f rom s u c h o w n e r o r occ u p a n t , according to t h c provision* c o n t a i n e d in tho 17th section o f the ordinance, entitled 11 A E iw relutm g t o officers an d their d u t i e s , ” passed Aug. 16, 1333. (A C o p y , ) 3 w ____________ A B M . V A N J N G E N , d e r k ^ W I N E , T E A te S I G A R S T O R I ) . T H E s u b s c r i b e r lias j u s t r e t u r n ­ e d f r o m N e w - Y o r k vvith a fre s h a s s o r f - i o f T E A S , S U G A R S , W I N E S , & c . all o f w h i e h h a v e h e e n s e l e c t e d vvith t h o u t m o s t c a r e — e s p e c i a l l y Iii* T e a s a r e n e w & f r e s h , o f the. l a t e s t importation.*, w a r r a n t e d , o f w h i c h tin; p u h l i c m a y rest a s s u r e d c a n b e b o u g h t nt r e d u c e d p r i c e s , m o r e e s p e c i a l l y f o r c a s h a r t i ­ c l e s . N. B T h e f o l l o w i n g vvith his f o r m e r a s s o r t ­ m e n t o f G R O C E R I E S , m a k e s it g e n e r a l a n d c o m p l e t e , c o n s i s t i n g o f W I N E S .— S w e e t arid D r y M a l a g a ; S a m o s ; S c u p p e r n o n g ; P o r t ; S h e r r y ; C o l u m n a r ; M a ­ d e i r a ; L i s b o n ; C a n a r y ; T e n e r i f e ; C l a r e t , P o r t , M a d e i r a a n d S p a r k l i n g C h a m p a i g n , in q u a r t a n d p i n t b o t t l e s ; B r o w n S t o u t , q t s . a n d pte.; L o u d o n P o r t e r , d o . d o . & c . <S-c. — I l y s o n , Y o u n g i l y s o n , l l v s o n S k i n , T o n k a y , I m p e r i a l , G u n p o w d e r , S o u ­ c h o n g , P o u c h o n g , B o h e a , I m p e r i a l in 2 lb. ca n i s t e r * , Y o u n g a n d H y s o n it) 131b c a t t y b o x ­ es a n d h a l f b o x e s . S U G A R S . — L u m p , L o a f , s i n g l e n n d d o u b l e r e f i n e d , B r o k e n L u m p , St. C r o i x , M u s c a v a d o , W h i t e a n d B r o w n H a v a n a . N o w O r l e a n s , P o r ­ t o R i c o , F l o r i d a , B r a z i l , J a m a i c a , N e w Ib e i - r a a n d B a s t a r d o r S u g a r h o u s e , f o r sa l e h y J . M . V A N S L Y C K , c o r n e r ot S t a t e a n d F e r r y - s t r e e t s . June, 1835. E R I E te O H I O CANAL* T R A N S P O R T A T I O N . P I L O T & T R A D E R ’S L I N E S , VIA RAIL-ltOAD, A l b a n y t o S c h e n e c t a d y , i n c o n n e c ­ t i o n w i t l i t h e R a i l - R o a d L i n e o f T o w - B o a t a o n t h e H u d s o n R i v e r a n d a l i n e o f S t e a m b o a t s a n d S c h o o n e r s o n L a k e E r i e . T h e a b o v e L i n e s w i l l s t a r t T h r e e B o a t s D a i ­ ly , I r o m S c h e n e c t a d y a n d B u f f a l o , fo r t h e p u r ­ p o s e o l f o r w a r d i n g p e r s o n s a n d p r o p e r t y t o a- n y p o i n t o n t h e E r i e a n d O h i o C a n a l , W e s t e r n L a k e s a n d C a n a d a , a n d P r o d u c e f r o m t h e W e s t t o N e w - Y o r k . T h i : ; m o d e o f t r a n s p o r t i n g p r o p e r t y h a s b e e n a d o p t e d by tiie P r o p r i e t o r s o f t h e s e L i n e s a s p r c l e r a b l c t o t h e A l b a n y r o u t e b y C a n a l , i n p o i n t o f e x p e d i t i o n , a n d a t n o g r e a t e r e x p e n s e t o t h e S h i p p e r s , a s 1ms b e e n t u l l y t e s t e d d u r ­ i n g t h c p a s t s e a s o n , b y t h e P i l o t a n d o t h e r L i n e s . Proprietors o f Pilot Line. — J o n a t h a n C h i l d , J o h n M . H u g h e s , H i r a m W r i g h t . Proprietors o f Traders’ Line. H e n r y H . T r e a t , ltosvvell C a r t e r , S a m u e l T . A t w a t e r , A t u i u i D o w s . Agents. — H u g h e s , D o w s A C o . I l i r a m M c ­ C o l l u m , New-Y o rk; H o m e r C o l l i n s , A lbany; l l e n r y ll. T r e a t , Schenectady ; A t w a t e r Sc C o . Port Gibson; R . C . J a c k s o n , Palm y ra; R . C a r ­ te r , Curtersrillc and llushnclls Basin; J . C h i l d iV C o . Rochester; S c o v e l l a n d S a x , Lockport; P r a t t T a y l o r & C o . Buffalo. L i b e r a l a d v a n c e s w i l l b e m a d e o n P r o p e r t y t o b e f o r w a r d e d t o A l b a n y o r N e w - Y o r k . April, 1035. 2 6 3 I > N L r S H I E p a r t n e r s h i p h e r e t o f o r e e x i s t i n g b e - J L t w e e n t h e s u b s c r i b e r s , vvas d i s s o l v e d on lhe !Hii d a y o f M a r c h last b y m u t u u l c o n s e n t . All p e r s o n * i n d e b t e d t o t h e m e i t h e r by n o t e or b o o k a c c o u n t , a r c r e q u e s t e d t o p a y th e s a m e to W i l l i a m F . B e n e d i c t o r R o b e r t l l . T h o m p ­ s o n ; a n d iliosu I. i4 m g d e m a n d * a g a i n s t s a i d firm , w i l l p r e s e n t t h e m t o tho sunn) p e r s o n s for p a y m e n t . H E N R Y F U L L E R T O N , R O B E R T IL T H O M P S O N . Schenectady, M ay li>, lr*35. T h e s u b s c r i b e r s having entered into p a r t ­ n e r s h i p u n d e r t h e firm o f B i - s c u t c r ^ T t t u x p s o s , h a v e o p e n e d a Wholesale fit H stail Copper, Tin, Sheet Iron aad Store Manufactory, three doors west of Mr. Freeman’s public lioixe, State-street.at the stand lately occupied by Thompson «V Fullerton, where they offer for sale on very low terms, a variety ot the moat approved and fashionable f c ' r O Y E S , consisting ot three boiler Cook Sdovea; oven, box Sc coal Stoves; Franklins, fic. of tbe latest uud most approved pat­ terns, Doctor Nott’s or HuH’s patent summer Ov­ ens. Also, Stove Pipe, copper and tin Boilers and Tea K ettle*; Dripping Pans and Dumb Stoves; Ash Kettles; Coal Scuttle, and Sifter*; cop- per and tin Measure*; iron and ho Oil Cans; double Reflecting Baker*; block tin Tea and Coffee Pots; plain and japanned Tin Ware; and an excellent assortment of Kitchen ear- niture, &c. Ac. . .. B 7 B. 4b T . are the sole agent* to this coun­ ty for selling StmuHy’* Potent Rotary Stoves. N. B. They will roof boildiags wilh Tin or Z i n k in t h e most approved meaner and on reasonable ferine. W . F. BENEDICT, B. B. THOMPSON. SthvucUAti, Mag 19,18%. J . W E S T E R N E I i O U R . U S T r e c e i v e d 5 0 b a r r e l s W e s t e r n S u p e r ­ fine F l o u r , o f a s u p e r i o r q u a l i t y , f o r s a l e b y F a b . 2 8 . S A M U E L U U N S A t T L . T T T O M E B D S S L I P S — o f e very variety as to W kind and price, ca n be had More o f p r ice, < May 18. A . h bv callinr at the V A N S A N T V O O R D . A L L k in d s o f L a d i e s S lip s , B o o t s , & c . on hand o r m a d e t o ord e r at t h e sh o r t e s t n o ­ tic e , m o s t m o d e r n s t y l e and o f t h e b e s t m a te- rials, b y ___________ A . V A N S A N T V O O R D . T H 0 3 E persons for w h o m fortun e s h a v e b e e n ord e r e d , from tlie state* o f V irg in ia , M a r y ­ la n d , and D e la w a r e w ill p lea s e call at N o . 26 S t a t e - s t r e e t and r e c e iv e t h e s a m e . March, 3 1 ,1 8 3 5 . J. B R O D E R I C K 1 1 Z R A C A R R O L L ’S C e l e b r a t e d F O t l N - !i l ) E l l O I N T M E N T , for iiie cu r e o f F o u n ­ d e r e d Horses, Split Hoof, Hoof-bnuiid, Scratches. Also, is w a r r a n t e d u> c u r e old F o u n i l c i s in the feci in partteul.tr. T h e condition o f the w a r r a n t e e i« s u c h , that the p u r c h a s e r , in case o f failure, may call on the v e n d e r nnd have his m o n e y refunded, hy satisfying him thal lie lias followed the d i r e c ­ tions o f the label accom p a n y i n g rhcTiox. F o r sale by S A M U E L G U N 8 A U L . January 29 _____ b a r d - w a r s s t o r s T Sign qf thc Padlock, No. 7 5 , State St. T H E su b s c r ib e r h a s j u s t r e c e iv ­ e d , and w i l l k e e p co n s t a n t ly on h a n d , a g e n e r a l a s s o r t m e n t o l HaRD-VVaRE, Cl/TTI.KRV, SaD- PLKKY, CaTPKRTERS & JoiXERS’ T o o l s , L o o k ik g G l a s s e s , T e a B o a r d s , I r o n , S t e e l , N a i l s , dec. w h ich h e offers for sa le on th e m o s t re a s o n a b le term s . W O M E N * 8 G A I T E R B O O T S . A very large a ssortm ent o f G a iter Bools just receiv­ ed , w h ich w ill be sold cheap for cash bv May 1 8 . __________ A. V A N S A N T V O O R D . H I t k LINEN D R ILLIN G —an e x c e llen t ar- tid e , for s a le b y the subscriber. May 2 5 ,1 8 3 5 . P E T E R R O W E , M E N ’S S U M M E R B O O T S —Jusi received a good and cheap article, for sale bv Myi 18. ___________ A . V A N S A N T V O O R D . E R E N C H B O M B A Z IN E .—T h e subscriber hns just r e c e ived n h a n d som e assortm ent o f French nhazinos, w h ich he offers for sale cheap. May 25. FF.T E It IlO W F .. H O S I E R Y o f v a rious kinds, for sale h v _ M a y 25. ________________ F K T E It H O W E . U F F A L O U O lll> — a stout articlo for Panta­ loons, 6cc. for sale bjr Mas/ 25. P F .T E R ROW F ,. B Al B L A C K & B L U E B L A C K G R O S 1>F. S W I S S S I L K o f a s u p e rior quality, for sale l o w h y M a y lT _____________________ P E T E K R O W E . C R A P E , S e w i n g Silk a n d S i l k Muslin Dress Handkerc h i e f s , for sale b v M a y 25. P F . T E R R O W E . I p L A I N B R O W N L I N E N — a scarce a n d desira­ ble article, for salo b y May 25. P E T E R R O W E . C H I L D R E N ’S B O O T S & S L I P S - o f all colors, sixes an d qualities, for sale bv May IQ. A. V A N S A N T V O O R D . P E G S C — A n a s s o r t m e n t o f P e g s ju s t r e ­ c e i v e d , w h i c h w i l l ho so ld by th e b u s h e l A l s o a g e n e r a l a s s o r t m e n t o f S T O V E S ot\I or sm a lle r q u a n t i t y .a t fa c t o r y p r i c e s , b v th e n e w c s f a n d m o s t ap p r o v e d p a t t e r n s , Store 1 A . V A N S A N T V O O R D , Pipe, Sheet Iron, Copper & Tin Ware, to g e t h e r | Marsh 3 1 . F c r r y - s t r e c t n e a r U n io n . Pipe v -------------- , . , w i t h a g o o d a s s o r t m e n t o f D r . N o t t s C o a l S t o v t . h and P a t r n t T u r O v k n s , a m u c h a p ­ p r o v e d and v e r y ec o n o m ic a l a r t icle for b a k in g nnd ro a s t in g . ()t>-I(aving g o o d w o r k m e n in h is em p lo y ai S h e e t Iro n , T i n nnd C o p p e r , lie w i l l e x e c u t e all jo b w o r k in th e b e s t m a n n e r nnd at sh o r t n o t ic e . A B M .A . V A N V O R S T . Schenectady, May IG, 1635. 268 t f N ew Hard-Ware Store* No. 27, State-street , opposite the Uchenectady Bank, W i l F, R E th e su b s c r ib e r s b a v o ju s t r e c e i v e d , and w i l l k e e p c o n s t a n t ly on hand a g e n e r a l a s s o r t m e n t o f H A R D ­ W A R E , a s fo l l o w s ; S h e l f G o o d s , C u t lery & S a d ­ d lery; C a r p e n t e r ’s and J o i n e r ’s to o l s ; T e a T r a y s , B r a s s K e t t l e s and C r o w b a r s ; S h o v e l s , S p a d e s and H o e s ; W r o u g h t and (Jut N a ils and S p i k e s ; 'P i n , S h e e t I r o n , a n d l l o l l o w W a r e ; E n g lish , S w e d e s and U lster lla t , round and sq u a r e I r o n ; C a s t , E n g lish , B l iste r e d , G e r m a n , S w e d e s and S p r in g S t e e l ; B r a s ier’s, H o r s e , N a il and S p i k e R o d s ; B u n d , H o o p and S c r o ll Iro n , vVc. & c . I I E N R Y P E E K , J O H N E D W A R D S . Schenectady, May 2 5 , 1635. N . B . H a v in g em p lo y e d g o o d w o r k m e n in tho T i n and N h u c t-Iron M a n u factory, t h e y w i l l e x e c u t e all jo b w o r k in tho b e s t m a n n e r and on th e sh o r t e s t n o t ic e . c r r y K I P 8 K I Y B O O T S A ^ g r c T t q u a n t it y o f Kip S k in B o o t s on h a n d , w h ich w i l l bo sold w h o l e s a le and retail, at tlie I l o w e s t p r ices for ca s h , b v Marth 3 1 . A . V A N S A N T V O O R D . S M O K E D A N D P I C K I .F .D S A L M O N ; M a c k e r e l in b a r r e ls , h a l f barrels and k its; S m o k e d H e r r in g s ; P ic k le d and D r ied C o d f is h , for s a le b y T R E D W A Y & S P R A G U E . April 14, 1835. _ ____ _______ P “ A P F . i l I I V n ( R I N G S . —— 3 cn e e s P a p e r H a n g in g s and B o r d e r in g * , ju s t r e c e i v e d , w h i c h , w i t h b is f o r m e r sto c k , c o m p r ise s th e h e s f a s s o r t m e n t in th c c i t y , w h i c h w i l l h e so ld lo t v by April 6 , 1 0 3 6 . J O H N O H L E N W R I T I N G A N D L E T T E R P A P E R , o f g o o d q u a li t ie s , ea s tern m a n u f a c t u r e .— A l s o , fa n c y co lo r e d le t t e r , for sa le w h o l e s a l e and retail at th is office. An gust 4, 1645 T o R a i l R o a d C o n t r a c t o r s L I T E te B A I L E Y have on hand J and offer for sa le at tho lo w e s t p r i c e s , — C lu t c ’s celeb r a t e d N o . 6 C h a in P lo u g h , eq u a ll­ ed b y n o n e , for tu r n in g up bard a n d sto n y ground ; their p a t e n t cast iron R o a d Scrapers, fitte d r e a d y for use; A r n e s ’ N o . 2 S h o v e ls, S p a d e s and D itc h e r s ; s t e e l p o in t e d P e c k s . Q u ib h in g I l o e s and C r o w B a r s ; P o t t e r and C o lv in ’s F F B l a s t i n g P o w d e r . Also, a f o w d o z e n first -rate W h e e l B a r r o w s ; th e ir n e w p a t e n t C o o k in g S t o v e , w h ich w i l l c o o k and b a k e m o r e w ith le s s apparatu s and fu e l than any o t h e r sto v e n o w in u*e. C a s t ­ in g s o f all d e s c r ip t i o n s m a d e to ord e r at thc sh o r t e s t n o t ic e and on th e m o s t reason a b le ter m s , at th e ir n e w sto r e , corn e r u f S tatu and C n n n l-sts. o p p o s it o IL D a v is' H o t e l , Schenectady, Noe. 1 7 , 1834. _________ ' w a g o n , p l o F g i i a n d ' S L E I G H H I K I N G . C L U T E Hi U K AG L E S soil com b ine io m a n u ­ facture and k e e p on h«n«i, ••< rlieir old stand in S liite-streel, Double and Single Wagons; Double and Single Sleighs ; Com Cultivators and Ploughs o f various des­ criptions ; Cast Iron Road Scrapers; Side IliU Ploughs, Ofc. <Vr. f\'r- wlticli they intend s h all b e m a d e of the best mate- lerial*, and in the most d u r a b l e an d workm a n l i k e m a n n e r . All orders thankfully r e c e i v e d and p u n c ­ tually attended to. Repairing, H o r s e Shoeing, an d B!;u:k*mill)ing do n e at the shortest notice a n d on the most rea s o n ­ able terms. Vrhntettady, Der. 13, 1034. 2 | 6 tf K J G M O V i J U E L . F R E E M A N h a s rem o v e d h is P a in t • and O il sto r e to th c b u ild in g o w i and o c c u p ie d by th e la t e M r. A . M y n d e r s e , a f e w d o o r s c a s t o f M r. J . W a l k e r ’s s t o r e . I n c o n s e q u e n c e o f t h e h igh p r ice o f lAntseed Oil, ho in t e n d s t o rc - e o m m c n c o m a n u factu r in g it in a f e w d a y s , and c o n s e q u e n t l y w i l l bo a* b le t o furnish \Paints A* Oil, at w h o l e s a le or re­ ta il, on b e t t e r term s than it can b e p u r c h a s e d in t h e c i t y o f A lb a n y . P a in t s read y m ix e d , w ith k o g s nnd b r u s h e s , w i l l b e fu r n ished w h e n req u ired , a n d w a r r a n t ­ ed to dry q u ick and hard. Schenectady, April 1 ‘Sth, 1635. D E A T H , T I M E A N D E T E R N I T Y . T h e r e once stood palaces.of Kings, w h o s e breath G a v e l a w to millions : scarce a mouldering stone T o l d o f their site. W h o dw e l t th e r e I A s k o f Death, T h e king o f all. H e h a t h usurped t h e throne, W h e r e m y r i a d s dw e l t , t h e wild fox dwells alone, W h e r e ban n e r s streamed, tho y e w , th e cypress w a v e , W h e r e t r u m p e t s pealed, t h c hollow breezes moan. T h e mail-clad warrior a n d t h e naked slavo Mingle their ashes in one c o m m o n grave, A c o m m o n grave I T h e universal doom \’nils on t l m m o n a r c h 's ns t h e peasant's l mad ; T h e r o dw e l l s no c h a r m within the proudest tomb W h i c h «hrincs the d u s t w h e n c e consciousness hath li e d ; There is no sceptre for (he throneless dead ! And he, w h o living, kept a world nt hay, S h a r e s with t h e w o r m his cold and n a r r o w bed. T h e worm t h a t m a k e s m a n ' s soulless form his prey, K n o w s n o t a CVsar's from a p e a s a n t ' s clay. W h a t t h e n is D e a t h — tho Doom o f all t h a t lives ; W h a t is this E a r t h ?— tlio T o m b o f all t h a t dies ; A n d w h a t is T i m e ? —a b o o n t h a t m e r c y gives : B y fools neglected : ’tis the test t h a t tries ~,ovc, H o n o u r , Friendship, a n d all h u m a n ties. W h a t is Eternity ■— w h o shall assign ’orm to Infinitude ? T h e th e m e defies All finite wisdom. ’T i s the Mighty line, T h a t God h a t h d r a w n b e t w e e n liis state and th i n e 1 S e e k n o t to k n o w w h a t n e ' e r shall b e r e v e a l e d Till th o u shalt see t h y M a k e r in his m i g h t : W a i t , till t h a t hour w h e n all t h a t n o w is s ealed, O r h a l f concealed i n mercy, from t h y sight, S h a l l hurst upo n thco w i t h unclouded light 1 T h e n shall the universal grave be r i v e n — T h o past shall s e e m h u t as a n a r r o w ’* ilnrht; T h e n to tlte soul shall faculties be given T o com p r e h e n d thc mysteries o f l l e a v e n . B r y a n t . T H E P O R T R A I T . Fmm the French o f M. de Segar. Poor Martin had n clamorous wife W h o fill'd hi* lioimc witli noise a n d strife, A n d wa* tho t o r m e n t o f liis life, A* it appears. A p a i n t e r took iiis la d y 's face, b u e h skill he s h o w e d in very trace, H e r h u s b a n d passed vvith quickened pace. A n d stopp’d liis ears. LUM B E R YARD* near the Mohairlc Bridge. T H E s u b s c r i b e r h a s on b a n d a la r g e q u a n ­ tity , a n d w i l l k e e p for sa l e , o f tlio lirst u a l i l v : White and Yellow Pine, and Spruce Floor P l a n k ; Pine a n d Hemlock Boards; Western tj* .Xorthcrn Shingles— Pine and Spruce; Hemlock Scantling; all tlm a b o v e a r t i c l e s w i l l b e so l d l o w for C a s h L i k e w i s e on c o m m i s s i o n — 1 0 , 0 0 0 feet White Pine Timber , f r o m G t o 10 in c h e s s q u a r e . G E O R G E C O O P E R . Schenectady, June 3,1834. 2 l S y l W VV. T R E D W A Y lias t a k e n W m . II. . S P R A G U E i n t o p a r t n e r s h i p . T h c b u ­ s i n e s s tvill h e r e a f t e r b e t r a n s a c t e d u n d e r t h e name of T B S S W A Y & SPRAGUE, w h o offer fo r sa l e , 7 . 0 0 0 lbs. first q u a l i t y D a i r y C h c c s o ; 1 . 0 0 0 “ L e a f L a r d ; 4 . 0 0 0 “ H a m s a n d S h o u l d e r s , c i t y c u r e d ; 1 . 0 0 0 « B u t t e r ; 50 Itbls. M e s s P o r k ; 50 “ W e s t e r n f i n e S a l t ; 5 0 “ S u p e r f i n e W e s t e r n F l o u r ; 10 •* g o o d C i d e r V i n e g a r ; 5 0 0 b o x e s T a b l e S a l t ; G u n p o w d e r , I l y s o n , I l y s o n S k i n a n d B l a c k T E A S ; S u g a r s , M o l a s s e s . S p i c e s , T o b a c c o Snuff, C i g a r s , & c . Arc. c o m p r i s i n g a g e n e r a a n d w*:H se . l c c t c d a s s o r t m e n t o f F A M I L Y P R O V I S I O N S Se G R O C E R I E S , w h i c h t h e y offer c h e a p f o r c a s h . Also, a g e n e r a l a s s o r t m e n t o f W o o d e n W a r e , c o n s i s t i n g o f R e d am W h i t e C e d a r T u b s a n d P a i l s , P a t e n t a n d C o m m o n P a i l s , C h e e s e B o x e s , Arc. C a s h o r g o o d s p a i d for g o o d B u t t e r , L a r d , P o r k , H a m s , D r i e d A p p l e s , E g g s , a n d m o s t k i n d s o f c o u n t r y p r o d u c e . — March 31. 1835. E l * U I I l I c O F L E T T I S K N . ^ 1 hr~ lir- ly s e c o n d nuiufn-r ol lhe Republic of f.ciici* closed llie first year of the work. It wa* c o m m e n c ­ ed a* an e x p e r i m e n t — lhe l iberal patronage it has rec e i v e d , a* well »* u»e favor bestowed upon oili­ er work* o f Ihe like kind whir It have followed in its t r a c k , shows l l i a l i h c plan of the u o i k i* ap- proved, aij.l lia« given it a pcrmancnev wliicli i n d u ­ ce* llie publisher to m a k e such intprovetm m s and alterations ns lie believe* will be acceptable lo subscribers, and give it a further'claim upon llic leading com m u n ity. T h e publisher lias the pleasure o f slating that the w o r k will h e r e a f t e r be edited by Mr*. A . II. Nicholas. In making th e necessary selection* for tlie R e ­ public o f Letters. Mrs. Nicholas will receive the aid and advice o f Washington living, E d w a r d E v e r e t t , Gillian C. V e i p l a n c k , ( ' b a r b s F . Huffman. T h e ch a n g e in the I'uim o f llie work, Irom q u a r ­ to to octavo, has m e t with t he approbation ol all th e subscribers with w h o m lhe publisher lias been enabled lo confer. T h e work w ill Ire published w e e k ly, as nsual, :it fij c e n is each num b er, or ihree dollars per y« ar io those who receive the work hy mail aud pay in a d ­ vance. E a c h number w ill ronlain 32 pages. Postm a sters throughout the United State* m e r e ­ quested lo act as Agents — lhc work w ill be c h a r g ­ ed to them ul $ 2 ,5 0 per year. T h e two volum e s, com p i isiug the first y e a r , c o n ­ tain the follow ing work*, (enc.u w otk being com ­ plete and entire J and may be had bound or in nem b e rs. T h e M an of F e c lin g , by M a c k e n z ie. T h e Vicar o f W a k efield, by Goldsm ith. T lie T a les o l’ the B a ll, by Crablie. T h e L e i t n s o l Lady W o riley M o n tague. R a s s e las, by D r. Johnson. G a slle o f O tronto, hy H o r a c e tValpole. lh e Old English B a r o n , by C a n a R e e v e . D r . F r a n k lin’s Lrfe, and E s s a y s , by him s e lf. L ighis and S h a d o w s o f Seolish L ife. T h e Adventures o f G il l)la«, from lhe Freunch o f L e S a g e , by Sruollet. Julia de R o u b igne, by M a c k e n z ie. M a z eppa, by Lord Bv- ron. The 'I .ipestricd C h a m b e r, by W alter S c o n . T h e D ream o f E u g e n e Aram , by H o o d . Z e luc- c o , by D r. M o o r e. E*#nys, m o ral, econom ical, and political, by the Lord C h a n c e llor B a c o n .— C h e v y C h a se. L*A llegro,by M ilton, ll P e n sero- so,by Mi lion. Italian nnd Spanish Proverbs. T h e H istory o f C h a r les XII, by V o ltaire. Manfred, by Lord Byron. A li s Bt ide, n T a le, by T . M o o r e, E s q . E lisab e th, by M ad. Cotton. K eialliafion, by G o ldsm ith. T h e M a n o f the w o r ld, by M a c k ­ en z ie. G u lliver’s T r a v e ls , by S w ift. E s say on the H n m a a U n d e r standing, by L o c k e . D o n Q o ixotte, by C ervantes. M em o irs o f P r ince E u - e n e . by him s e lf, f i e . T h o D iary o f a n Invalid. G o ldsm ith. L ife o f 1M SIHOL.UTIO.Y. QTSIHE partnership between the subscribers, 4 * is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business of the said partnership, will be settled by John Strong. ARCH’D. CRAIG, JOHN STRONG. Schenectady, April 24, 1835. The subscriber will continue the Milling business, a t the City Mill, and respectfully so­ licits the 'patronage of former customer*.— FRESH FLOUR of all kinds, and COARSE STUFFS, for sale a t the Mill. Also , W ES­ TERN CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEEDS, tee. J. STRONG. April 25,1835. ______________________ C H A I R F A C T O R Y . A . A . U . B R O W N , ( Intf Atbe/t Brown,) C ONTINUE manufacturing CHAIRS, at the old stand, No. 38, Statn-streot, near­ ly opposite ihe 8chenectadjr Bank, where they have on hand and are constantly manufacturing for sale, wholesale and retail, W i f c f l g i i O i i i l f i See e t t f l M r Grecian, Fancy, Bamboo and Flag Bottom Gilded and finished in a superior vtyle; , __ Together w i t h «*» extensive Msortment of f o * 'Dssowed fotkie, by __________ _______ Windsor, Common and Cottage Chairs, all of! Hsary Lent Boltafthrokc. Belisaries, by Mar- whieh they will eell aa cheap as can be purehes* j moatvl. Pope's Essay oe Mae. Collection of ed m tbe cities o f Nsvr-Yorkor Albany, or aay1 * ----------- - y “ ----- other plaee in thb section of the comiffY* CT* Chairs repaired and re-gilded at abort ■eth o. I d siid i th Mag 10, MM. M0 to be Apeoh ihrgm s , b y L m d Byron. AU cemmnnieations rotating to tbe nark addressed, poet peid, te the pebUsber. G E O R G E D S A R f i O R N r » G o ld et. X f o r k . ( J L K ( Q U A L I T Y C O U S I N . BY T U B A U T H O R OF “ ’I H E S U K I O H R I D E . ’ M a r m P e a b o d y h a s g o t a p r o p e r s i g h t o f r e l a t i o n s , s c a t t e r e d a b o u t , h e r e a n d t h e r e , a m s o m e o f t h e m h o l d tlieir h e a d s u p p r e t t y h i g h in t h e w o r l d . T h e r e is M r s . J o e l G i b b i u s , o f P o r t l a n d , n n d h e r h u s b a n d is o n e o f t h e first g e n t l e m e n t h e r e , for h e i9 a m e r c h a n t , a n d lives in n lin e h o u s e , a n d lias m a d e a g l o ­ r i o u s s p e c u l a t i o n in t h e l a n d s d o w n e a s t — s h e pu i d u s a v i s i t t h i s s u m m e r , n n d li k e d u s so w e l l t h a t s h e s t a i d a f o r t n i g h t ; n n d I d o n ' t k n o w In vv m u c h l o n g e r s h e w o u l d h a v e stuid if lt h a d n ' t b e e n for a n o r t h e a s t s t o r m t h a t c a m e u p a n d d r o v e h e r a w a y . »8he i s a s o r t o f a c o u s i n , iu a r o u n d n h o u t n a y , o f JMarm P e a b o d y ’s ; b e i n g a k i n t o t h c S m i t h s a m . I o r d a n s , u p a l m u t U m h a g o g . A n d t h e y uri c o u s i n s e n o u g h lo c o m e tlireo m i l e s o u t o f t h e i r w a y , e v e r y t i m e t h e y g o t o m n r k e t to P o r t l a n d , j u s t t o s e e h o w w e d o , u u d p u t u p w i t h u s a l l n i g h t , b a g u n d b a g g a g e . W e l l n o m a t t e r h o w s h e c a m e by it, M r s . G i b b i n s is m a r m ' s c o u s i n , a n d s o b y t h a t m e a n s c o u s i n t o t h c w h o l e f a m i l y . A n d t h a t u i n t all s h e is o n e o f y o u r first c h o p l a d i e s . T h e r e ’s n o m i s t a k e a b o u t it— s h e is t h e t o p o f t h e pit iri P o r t l a n d — r e a l s u p e r f i n e u p p e r c r u s t , u n d u p t o a l l m a n n e r o f g e n t i l i t y . I tell y o u w h a t , vve h a d t o m i n d o u r p ’s a n d q ’s w h e n s u e first c o m e h e r e , o r w e s h o u l d h a v e d i s ­ g r a c e d o u r s e l v e s d i r e c t l y . H a n n a h , m y w i f e t v r s s c a r t o u t o f a y e a r ' s g r o w t h a t lirs t s i g h t o f h e r , all d r e s s e d o u t in h e r s i l k s a u d s a t i n s , u n d s h i r t s l e e v e s a s h i g a s m c a l - h a g * . I t w a s s o m e t h i n g ju s t a b o u t a h a i r l i n e r t h a n s h e e v e r s a w b e f o r e . A n d e v e n 1 w a s p u t u p to all 1 k n e w , to g e t a l o n g t h r o u g h t h e c e r e m o ­ n i e s o n t h e g r a n d o c c a s i o n . B u t I a m a n o l d h a n d a t y o u r c o m p l i m e n t s , a n d 1 g i v e h e r s o m e s a m p l e s t h a t s h e d i d ' u t e x p e c t to s e e . G o o d L n r d y ’• j u s t l o s e e m e a t t h e table, s e t t i n g u p s o p r i m , a n d m i n c i n g a n d ta k i n g s m a l l m o u t h f u l ! * . H a n n a h w a s r e a d y to split, a n d h a d to l o o k t o t h e r n a y , t o s a v e l a u g h i n g r i g h t o u t . J01ic d e c l a r e s I t o o k t w o bite s ut a b e a n ! B u t I m i n d e d w e l l w h a t 1 w a s a b o u t , n n d d i d n ' t m a k e a s i n g l e s l i p . — C a l e b mc w i p i n g m y c h o p s u p o n t h e t a b l e ­ cl o t h , o r p i c k i n g m y t e e t h tvilh a f o r k , i n s u c h c o m p a n y ! T h e n s u c h a p o l o g i z i n g , a n d p o ­ lit e n e s s , a n d p o k i n g t h c v i c t u a l s u t h e r !— “ H a n n a h , ” s u y s I , ” i f s h c d i d n ’u t g e t e n o u g h to c a t , it w a s ’n t m y f a u l t . ” A i u l w h e n e v e r t h e l a d y s a i d , “ M r . B c e d l r , 1 11 tro u b l e y m lo r t h i s til i n g o r t h a t , ” I a l w a y s s p o k e r i g h t u p w i t h , “ ( J , m a r m , l h a t t r o u b l e is a p l e a s ­ u r e . ” F i n a l l y o u r c o u s i n h a d to c o m e o u t a n d s a y t h a t s h e w a s s u r p r i s e d t o find s o c i v ­ ilized a b e i n g s o far u p t h c c o u n t r y , a n d s h e c o u l d ' u t i n v e n t h o w n r w h e r e I lm d p i c k ­ e d u p s o m u c h p o l i t e n e s s , n s I h a d n e v e r b e e n to P o r t l a n d . W e l l , i n y l a d y h a d h a r d l y b e e n in t h e h o u s e ttv o h o u r s , b e f o r e s h e b e ­ g a n to a s k m e a b o u t t h e p r o s p e c t s h e r e in t h e c o u n t r y . “ O , ” s a y s 1,'* p r e t t y la i r , c o n s i d ­ e r i n g . H a y w i l l c o m e iu s h o r t , o w i n g to d r o u g h t in d i e s p r i n g ; b u t t b e p o t a t o e s lo o k w e l l , a n d c o r n ih g o i n g t o turn o u t a grand c r o p . ” ” M r . U e e d l e / ’ s a y s s h e , “ 1 h a v e h e a r d b e f o r e t h a t y o u w a s a f u n n y m a n — >1 a m g o i n g t o lo o k l o r m y s e l f . ” IN ith th a t s h e c l a p s o n M a r m P e a b o d y ' s old su n - b o n n e t , rind o u t s h e g o e s , d r a g g in g w i f e an d m e a lte r h e r , th r o u g h th e fie l d s . — A n d a w a y s h e strea k e d it th r o u g h b u s h an d brier, aud o v e r fe n c e an d s t o n e w a l l — ’tw u s n e c k or n o t h in g , b u t n o w w h o v v . A n d h e r to n g u e w a s ru n n in g a l l t h e tim e a s fa s t a s h e r l e g s , e v e r y m ite an d g r a i n . {S o m e tim e s I u n d e r s to o d w h a t sh e sa id , an d s o m e t i m e s 1 d id ’ u t. B u t w h e n I d id ’ n t u n d e r s t a n d ^ m a d e a s i f I d id an d s h e w a s n o t th c w ise r . ‘‘.Mr. B e c d l e ,” s n y s s h e “ d o n 't y o u a d m ir e t h e b e a u ­ tie s o f t h 3 co u n t r y ?” “ 1 u s e d to , m a r in ,” sa y * I, •’ b e f o r e i w a s m a r r ied ; b u t n o w , y o u k n o w , th a t w o n ’t d o at a l l . ” «• O , y o u are a q u e e r little m a n , a l w a y s th i n k i n g o f th e g i r l s . 1 am sp e a k in g ol th e b e a u t ie s of na­ tu r e .” “ O , h o , y o u m e a n t h e b e a u t ie s o f n a ­ tu r e . S a r t i n , 1 a d m ir e th e b e a u t ie s , o f n a ­ tu r e , an d a l w a y s d id .” By and b y w e got to t h e t o p o f B a r e b a c k H i l l ,a n d a l l a t o n c e a h e b e g a n to p la y s u c h a n t i c s th a l I th o u g h t sh e w a s stu n g by a b u m b le - b e e . “My sta r s ,“ s a y s s h e , w h a t a c h a r m in g p r o s p e c t ! B e a u t if u l — d e lig h t f u l— p i c t u r i c k s t i c ! Come h e r e g o o d fo l k s — t h i s is th s sp o t to lo o k fr o m . I s n ’t th a t e n c h a n t i n g 1” A t thi-* H a n n a h a h e stretched h e r neck, an d started a l l ro u n d , without saying a word, for s h e could make nothing out, and she did’nt know bow to hide ter ignorance. But I blurted right out, “ Ooooo 11 snigger,” says I, if lhat don’t late the rsg o ff the bush! That bangs every thing. It's equal to cash.’’ I don’t seq n o t h in g , J o h n , ” s a y s H a n n a h , sa y a sh e ; w h a t i s it 1” “ W h y lo o k , ” s a y s 1 / 'c a n ’t y o u s e e w ith y o u r e y e s !” “ W h e r e ,w h e r e ! ” “ T h e r e , th e r e ,” s a y s I n n d g i v e a s o r t o f a ju p o w ith m y h e a d ; for I c o u l d ’nt p o in t a n y w h e r e p a r t icu lar, h a v i n g b o t h h n m i* in m y >ockets. B u t H a n n a h w o u l d 'tit b e q u i e t . — ‘ ^ h o w m o w b a t it i*. J o h n , t h i s ni i n n i t , ” s a y s s h e ; a n d s o s h e k e p t w o r r y i n g a n d t r a c ­ i n g m e . tilt . ' u r e o u * i u s p o k e u p , a n d s a y s she* “ is it possible* M i s s Ite c d le , th a t y o u h a v e liv e d h e r e a ll y o u r h f e tim c .a n d never fo u n d o u t t h e b e a u t ie s o f t h i s s p o i l ” “ Y e s , ” s a y s I t it i s possible.” H a n n a h n o w b e g u n to get riled ; a s I s e e p la in e n o u g h . W h e n h e r u n ­ d e r lip b e g in s t o cu r l o v e r d o w n w a r d s , t h e r e 's n o jo k e in it. B u t M r s . G ib b o n s took lw f ;iy t h e h a n d , an d s p o k e s o k in d an d sii in t, th a t s h e so o n b r o u g h t h e r to r e a s o n . A n d w h i l e s h e vvas p o in t in g o u t an d s h o w i n g lu i ltovv m a n y h i l l s a n d h o l l o w s a n d w o o d s a m i m e a d o w s it took to m a k e a p r o s p e c t , I had it c h a n c e to b r e a t h e a little . B u t I h a d h a r d ly tim e to th in k h o w n i c e l y I h a d w a lk e d o v e r lh a t p o le, b e f o r e t h e la d y b u r s t o u t a g a in ; a n d th is tim e sh e fa irly sc r e a m e d . F a i t h , F d a g o o d w ill to c u t uud ru n , for th i n k s I, I sh a ll n e v e r he a b le to h o e m y row th r o u g h a n o t h ­ er p r o s p e c t a g a in . B u t it. w a s n o t h in g a lt e r a l l — g r e a t c r y an d little w o o l . It w a s o n l y th e su n s e l l i n g . I t c a m e o u t o f a c l o u d a n d s h e w a g r e a t r e d fa c e a b o u t t w o m i n u t e s , a u d t h e n w e n t d o w n b e h i n d t h c W h i t e M o u n t a i n s ; n n . l o u r c o u ­ s i n m a d e a s g r e a t a t o w s a b o u t it a s i f h e a v ­ e n a n d e a r t h w e r e c o m i n g t o g e t h e r . H o w ­ s o e v e r , o u r c o u s i n is a r i g h t d o w n nic e , c l e v ­ e r w o m a n a n y h o w . H a n n a h g o t m o r e t h a n o n e n e w w r i n k l e w h i l e s h e s t a i d . S h e l e a r n t h e r t o s i n g n n d w a n t e d to l e a r n h e r to play* t h e p i a n e y , b u t l i a d ’n t t h e m e a n s . ( ) , * h e *cts e v e r y t h i n g hy H a n n a h . B u t s h e d i d n ' t l i k e o u r c a l l i n g o n e a n o t h e r “ J o h n a n d H a n n a h . \ 6;iys s h e , y o u s h a l l s a y m y d e a r a n d m v l o v e . ” B u t t h c firs t t i m e w e t r i e d t o p r a c t i c e dcaring a n d luring, w e b u r s t r i g h t o u t a l a u g h i n g in e a c h o t h e r s fiicc’*, a n d t h e r e w a s a n e n d o n ' t - •Says m a r m s a y s s h e , “ t h e y ' l l n e v e r s w a l l o w t h a t n o h o w . I t w o n t g o d o w n . ’’ W h e n s h e w a s g o i n g a w a y , s h e i n s i s t e d u p o n il t h a t w e s h o u l d c o m e d o w n to P o r t l a n d a n d p a y b a c k h e r visit. s a y s I s h a l l ho a lion w h e n I g e t th e r e , arul t a k e llic s h i n e o f f o f all t h e P o r t l a n d g e n t l e m e n . B u t s h e w a s a l ­ w a y s j o k i n g a n d j e s t i n g w i t h m e , a n d I d o n ' t k n o w , h a l f t h c t i m e , w h e t h e r s h e m e a n s w h a t s h e s a y s o r n o . A n y h o w I m e a n to l e t rn y w h i s k e r s g r o w . ( I c u t t h e m o f f l a s t s p r i n g a t s h e e p - s h e a r i n g ) a n d s e e w h a t w i l l t u r n u p n e x t w i n t e r , w h e n t h e s l e i g h i g c o m e s r o u n d . W h o k n o w s ? G A M I N G . Gaming is always criminal, either in i(*elf# or in its tendency. T h e basis o f it is covet­ ousness ; a desire to take from others s o m e ­ thing, for which you have given, and intend to give, no equivalent. No gambler was e v ­ er yet ti happy man, and very few gamblers have escaped being miserable ; and. oh-erve, to game f o r nothing is still gaming, and n at­ urally leads to game for something, lt i* sacrificing time, and that, too, lor the ivn -t o( purposes. I have kept house thr 110:11 !v forty y e a r s ; I have reared u family : I have entertained us many friends us mo*t ponph- . and I have never bad cards, dice, a < li, -*- board. nor any implement o f g aming, under rny roof. T h e hours that y o u n g men *q:»eul in this way are hours murdered; precious hours, that ought to be spent either in read ing or iu writing, o r in rest, preparatory td the duties o f the d awn. I have known many a clever man rejected in thc way o f p ro m o ­ tion only because be was addicted to g aming , and I can truly say, that I never in my whole life hnevv a man, fond o f gaming, who was not, in some way or other, a person viurm tinf of confidcner, T b is vice creep* on by very slow degrees, till, at last, it becomes un u n ­ governable passion, swallowing up every good and kind feeling of the heart. — Cob- bet's Advice to 1 ’oung J\1cn. Repartee .— A N e w - t o r k lady at a public table in Neiv-Orleans a few month* ago, ut which were gentleman and ladies fiom all parts o f the union,inquired why the Nnte’n v ladies were so much more fiiNliiomiM.- an 1 accomplished than the ladies g eneraih li th the Mississippi valley, and added li-at she presumed those o f the h ig h e r cla*“ <s u u v more in the habit o f visiting .Vcte- J a/V.'un I other eastern cities. A gentleman from Nat chez, observed tbat the higest class o f bulio? in Mississippi, never went f r o m home .— A'althez Courier. A gentleman who married a lackadaisical young lady was visited soon after by an old friend. T h e lady after enlarging in an a n i­ mated strain upon the pleasures of London. hail retired lor tbe night, when his old friend exclaimed, “ Why, J a c k , y o ur wifi- is not so pensive ns she used to be.” T o wliicb thc other replied, with a shrug, “ N o, she has left tlmt oil'; she is now ex-pensive.” History and Poetry .— T h e one i* lii.o ;!ic mark left by the thunder storm— the Masted tree— (tie purified atmosphere; the other,like the flash from thc bosom o f thc clou !. or i In­ voice o fthe tempest announcing its approach. Tho one is thc track o f llie ocean on its shoo*; the other, the continual movement ami m u r­ mur o f th e sea. Contempt of fame is thc contempt of v ir­ tue. Next to our own esteem, says the he*t of Homan philosophers, it is a virtue to de­ sire thc esteem of o th ers. A thousand mi* fortunes are less affecting than a single k in d ­ ness. A Mis* Wood lately recovered of n M r , Hurd, at thc London Common Fleas, fix a breach of promise to marry, 4,500 |ioumi* sterling. Who ever Hurd of such a price for Wood! To expect one who does not to come—to lie abed and not sleep-to serve and not be ad­ vanced are three thing* enough to kill a man. — Italian Proverb. I will adhere to the counsel o f good men, although misfortune or death should be the consequence.— Cicero. “ Have you heard tbe news. Aunt Dolly’” said a ragged little urchin, running into tlie house.” “ No. deary.” “ \V«II,jril tell it you, aunty. You know our Frank run n- way, nnd went to sea ?” “ Yea.” “ Well, the French, it is said, are going to pay us twenty-five millioi.s of Franks, and 1 guess, aunty, our Frank wili be among them.” Repartee .— An elJerly gentleman, travel­ ling in a stage coach, was amused by the con­ stant fire o f words kept up between two ladies. One of them kindly inquired if their conver­ sation did not make his head ache, when he answered with a great deal of naivete, ‘ No ma'ra; I’ve been married twenty-eight y e a rs/ Action o f heat upon razors.— It has becrt asked why, in tbe limeot frost, a razor unless it be warmed, will not cut without irritating the akin ? It i* because, wben it freeze*,the edge of a razor examined by amicriscope, ia like a saw—aa soon a* warmed it becomaa smooth*

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