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T h e w r i t e r r e m a r k s o n t h e n e c e s s i t y t h a t e x i s t s lb r m u ­ n i t i o n s o f w a r , & c . a n d s e e m s to a p p r e h e n d t h e im m e d i a t e a r r i v a l o f a l a r g e b o d y o f M e x ­ ic a n t r o o p s o n t h e c o a s t . “ D r . \ u S m , — I h a v e b u t a m o m e n t to i n ­ f o r m v o w t h a t w a r h a s a c t u a l l y c o m m e n c e d . T h e la s t a c c o u n t s w e h a v e Iro m G o n z a l e s a r e t h a t t h e tw o p a r t i e s w e r e a r r a n g e d o n e a c h aid e o f th e r i v e r , b u t n o b a t t l e h a d t a k e n p l a c e . I h a v e h o a r d n o t h i n g fro m N e w - O r l e a n s since the arrival o f the San Felipe. In fact ■we h a v e h a d n o t h i n g in s i n c e th e n . AN e a r e much in w a n t o f arms, ammunition and bread stu f f . W e a r e d a i l y lo o k i n g fo r t r o o p s o n th e r o a s t , l t is sa i d tw o t h o u s a n d a r e to la n d nt t h e m o u t h ol t h e r i v e r (B r a z o e ) b y t h e 2 5 t h o f t h e p r e s e n t m o n t h . 1 h o p e a i d m a y c o m e fro m t h e I ' n i t e d S t a t e s , lo r I d o m o s t s i n c e r e ­ ly t h i n k w e s h a l l n e e d it. T h e r e h a v e b e e n « r u i z e r s o n t h e c o a s t lo r s o m e tim e ; b u t i t is im p o s s ib l e to say h o w so o n th e y m a y c o m e . ” F R E E M E N O F T E X A S ! t o . i i t . t i s : t o . / n . J / s : : “ N o w ' s t h e D a v , a n d n o w ’s t h e H o u r . ” C a m p o r t h e V o u s t e i m F r i d a y N i g h t . 11 o ’c l o c k , O c t . 2. Tclluw-Citizens : — W e h a v e p r e v a iled o n o u r le l l o w - c i t i z e n , W m . H . W h a r t o n . K sq. to r e ­ tu r n a n d c o m m u n i c a t e to y o u th e fo l l o w i n g e x p r e s s , a n d a l s o t o u r g e a s m a n y a s ca n by p o s s ib ility le a v e th e ir h o m e s , to rep a ir to tJon z a l.•'^ 'im m e d iately, “ a r m e d an d eq u ip p e d far w a r e v e n t o th e k n i f e . ” O n th e re c e p t io n o f th ia in t e l l i g e n c e th e v o lu n t e e r s im m e d i a t e ­ ly d e t e r m i n e d to m a r c h to G o n z a le s to aid th e ir c o u n t r y m e n . W e are j u s t n o w sta r t in g , w h i c h m u s t a p o lo g iz e fo r th e b r e v it y o f th i s c o m m u n ic a t io n . W e refer y o n to M r . W h a r ­ to n fo r an e x p la n a t i o n o f ou r w i s h e s , o p in i o n s an d in t e n t i o n s , an d a l s o for sn c h p o l i t i c a l i n ­ fo r m a t i o n a s h a s c o m e in t o o u r h a n d s . I f T e x a s w i l l n o w a c t p r o m p t ly , s h e w i l l b e re­ d e e m e d from th a t w o r s e th a n E g y p t i a n b o n d ­ a g e , w h i c h cr a m p s her r e s o u r c e s a n d retard s h e r rprosperity. D a v id R a n d o n , J. W . Fannin, Jr. G e o . Sutherland, W . D. C Hall, W m . T . A u s t i n , W m . J . B r y a n d , F. T. W ells, B . T . A r c h e r , W . H. Jack, P . D . M e N e a l. Co » g o f ' JW tiinu a letter from John H. Moore, to Steep, Sutherland and K err, and to nil w h o a it may concern, f G osxalh , O ct. lat* 1835. 1 inform yoa th a t wo have about 150 men. aro s > f acting m e te troopa hearty* aad oaM aatly n f —cl th a t yo« ahad d q * « a * • m im tn e e o d o a a o am ok an f s m ills O n r aitotfina roqoireo * i t « l Thaaa eheaftdaew aid a n I t ia the am id Imf n t s s t e r a * ' ' Um paap lt c f Taacc t e s t m r t t and c a r i d l a foa the foiaifo I * . a great m e aa*% ha Om i d * * M e th a t i e Made. 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Postscript.— The War Commented.— S i n c e the foregoing was in type, we have received the New-Orleans Bee of the 24th dlt. from whieh we copy the following im port intelli­ gence:— “ W e have b e e n p e r m i t t e d t o read a private l e t t e r dated B r a z o r i a , 8th October, in which i t is s t a t e d t b a t the i n h a b i t a n t s o f that place are every day alarmed b y t h e Mexicans: that ■ome two or th r e e hundred o f the latter bad p r o c e e d e d to G o n z a l e s , a b o u t 1 5 0 miles dis­ t a n t , a n d d e m a n d e d t h e arms and ammunition o f t h e A m e r i c a n s ; a n d , o n b e i n g re f u s e d , t h e y a t t a c k e d t h e town, hut were repulsed with tht loss q f 30 or 4 0 killed nnd wounded, n o n e b e i n g k i l l e d o n t h e p a r t o f t h e T o x i a n t . T h e wri­ t e r s t a t e s t h a t t h e r e a r e a b o u t 5 0 0 T e x i a n s in j t h e i n t e r i o r , b a t t l i n g w i t h t h e M e x i c a n t r o o p s ; a n d t h a t a b o u t 2 0 0 0 of t h e l a t t e r w e r e to h a v e b e e n a t tlic m o u t h of t h e B r a z o s on t h e 2 0 t h in s t . T h e R r n z o r i a n s a r e b u i l d i n g a fo r t , to g i v e t h e i r v i s i t e r s a w a r m w e l c o m e . W e b a v e a l s o s e e n a c a l l t o A n n s o f t h e f r e e ­ m e n o f T e x a s , d a t e d 3d , C a m p o f t h e V o l u n ­ te e r s , a n d s i g n e d bv s e v e r a l o f t h e in f l u e n t i a l T e x i a n s . to t h e i r fe l l o w - c i t i z e n s . T h e y s t a t e t h a t a t t h e a c t i o n o f t h e 2 d , a t G o n z a l e s , t h e M e x i c a n c o m m a n d e r w a s s l a i n . T h e rifles o f t h e A m e r i c a n s n r e n o trifle s in d e c i d i n g t h e fa t e o f m i l i t a r y o f f i c e r s . W e h a v e le a r n e d t h a t a l e t t e r o f t h e 1 2 t h i n s t a n t , fro m B r a z o r i a , w a s re c e i v e d l a s t e v e ­ n i n g . in w h i c h i t is s t a t e d t h a t t h e T e x i a n fo r c e s u n d e r G e n . H o u s t o n , had taken the totrn o f !<an Antonio or Besar, with 1 0 0 0 men vn d tr his command. T h e M e x i c a n s h a d r e ­ tir e d a t t h e a p p r o a c h o f t h e T e x i a n s ; a n d t h e c i t y w a s t a k e n w i t h o u t r e s i s t a n c e . J t a l s o s t a t e d t h a t a c o n v o y o f s i x t y t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s , b e l o n g i n g to G e n e r a l C o s , h a d fa l l e n i n t o t h e h a n d s of tlic T e x i a n s . ” P r o p o s a l s h n v e b e e n is s u e d fo r t h e d e l i v e r y o f a t h o u s a n d b a r r e l s o f g u n - p o w d e r , to b e d e ­ liv e r e d n t t h e N a v y Y a r d s o f G l m r l e s t o w n , B r o o k l y n a n d G o s p o r t . — Alb. Jour. O n a c c o u n t o f its w o n d e r f u l elasticity a n d impr.rriousness, i t i s s u g g e s t e d t h a t India* R u b ­ b e r w o u l d b e a c a p i t a l t h i n g to m a n u f a c t u r e c o n s c i e n c e s of, fo r th o s e w h o a r e in n e e d o f n n a r c o m m o d a t i n g a r t i c l e o f t h a t k i n d . I n ­ d e e d , it is b e l i e v e d , t h a t i t is a l r e a d y i n e x t e n ­ siv e u s e . E v e r y V a n l l u r e n p o l i t i c i a n h a s o n e . A s fo r t h e s e n t i m e n t s o f M r . V a n B u r e n , w e h a v e a u t h o r i t y , in b l a c k a n d w h i t e , fo r a s s e r t ­ i n g that he is opposed to thr entire system o f char­ tered hanks , and does not helierc there is a hank ' : nr national, hia that exists in nutation oj the. C onstitution and o f thevnaliena- Ide lights o f thr people. — N . Y . E v . P o s t . T h e R e v o l u t i o n a r y s p i r i t s in N e w - O r l e a n s . a r e h e a l i n g u p fo r v o l u n t e e r s to go to T e x a s , t o aid in w r e s t i n g t h a t p r o v i n c e fro m M e x i c o . T l i e y m u s t ho c a r e f u l n o t to o r g a n i z e in th e I ' n i t e d S t a t e s . L e v y i n g w a r is a s e r i o u s af- fhir. imjir,riant Humor . — T h e A l e x a n d r i a G a z e t t e o f T u e s d a y s a y s : — “ It is c u r r e n t l y r e p o r t e d t h a t th e S e c r e t a r y o f t h e N a v y h a s , w i t h i n a te w d a y s p a s t , m a d e n o c o n c e a l m e n t o f h i s o p i n i o n t l i a t t h e p r e s e n t d i f f i c u l t i e s w i t h F r a n c e w i l l e v e n t u a t e in a s e r i o u s c o l l i s i o n b e t w e e n th e U n i t e d S t a t e s a n d t h a t c o u n t r y . ” T h e la t e g a l e a t C h a r l e s t o n w a s v e r y s e v e r e , n n d t h e d a m a g e to p r o p e r t y in t h e c i t y a n d h a r b o r is e s t i m a t e d a t $ 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 . T h e tid e ro s e to a. g r e a t h e i g h t , a n d t h e w h a r v e s a n d s h i p p i n g w e r e m u c h in j u r e d . T h e c o t t o n c r o p , i t is s u p p o s e d , h a s s u s t a i n e d m a t e r i a l in j u r y , p a r t i c u l a r l y t h e S e a I s l a n d . S e v e r a l c o t t o n b o a t s w e r e s u n k a n d d e s t r o y e d , s o m e la d e n a n d r e a d y to s t a r t fo r t h e c o u n t r y . A n u m b e r o f s m a l l v e s s e l s w e r e d r i v e n o n s h o r e o n J a m e s I s l a n d . S u l l i v a n ’s I s l a n d w a s c o m p l e t e l y o- v e r f l o w e d b y t h e tid e , b u t n o m a t e r i a l d a m a g e . Th® w a l l o n t h e e a s t a n d n o r t h sid e s o f F o r t P i n c k n e y w a s fo r c e d th r o u g h b y t h e tid e a n d u n d e r m i n e d . Rhode-Island. — T h e L e g i s l a t u r e h a v e d e ­ c l a r e d M e s s r s . J’tnrrr and Sprague to b e t h e m e m b e r s e l e c t to C o n g r e s s fo r t h i s S t a t e . A m o t i o n to d e c l a r e t h a t t h e y w e r e e l e c t e d b y a m a j o r i t y o f legal v o t e s , c o u i d n o t b e c a r r i e d . J t is sa i d t h a t P r e s i d e n t J a c k s o n h a s s i g n i ­ fied h i s d e t e r m i n a t i o n to e n f o r c e t h e Territorial la w s a n d r e g u l a t i o n s o f M i c h i g a n , n o t w i t h ­ s t a n d i n g t h e p r e t e n s i o n s o f t h e m a d c a p s th e r e to Ftate s o v e r e i g n t y . T h i s is u n q u e s t i o n a b l y w h a t t h e P r e s i d e n t i s b o u n d to do. O u g h t t h e r e n o t to b e s o m e s e v e r e s t a t u t e a g a i n s t p e r s o n a w h o s h o w th e m s e l v e s s o d e a d to e v e r y fe e l i n g o f p a r e n t a l a t t a c h m e n t , self- r e s p e c t a n d t h e d e c e n c i e s o f s o c i e t y , a s to be g u i l t y o f t h e o u t r a g e s d e s c r i b e d in t h e fo l l o w ­ i n g fro m t h e M i n e r ’s J o u r n a l , P o t t s v i i l e , P a . o f O c t o b e r 3 1 s t : Dreadful Accident a n d Aw ful Scene. — O n S u n ­ d a y e v e n i n g la s t , a l i t t l e g i r l b y t h e n a m e o f L a n g t o n , r e s i d i n g in t h e s u b u r b s o f t h i s b o ­ ro u g h , a g e d a b o u t 7 y e a r s , w a s b u r n t l o d e a t h , it is s u p p o s e d by h e r c l o t h e s t a k i n g tire. H e r p a r e n t s w e r e a b s e n t a t t h e tim e . O n t h e fo l ­ lo w i n g m o r n i n g a c o r o n e r ’s i n q u e s t w a s c o n ­ v e n e d a t t h e h o u s e , a n d t h e p a r e n t s o f t h e c h i l d w e r e s o b e a s t l y d r u n k t h a t t h e y c o u l d • » n o t p o s s i b l y g i v e a n y i n f o r m a t i o n r e s p e c t i n g ils death. I n Iho afternoon th o corpse w a s c o n v e y e d t h r o u g h t h e b o r o u g h fo r i n t e r m e n t h y live p e r s o n s , a m o n g w h o m w a a t h e f a t h e r , so m u c h i n t o x i c a t e d l h a t h e s t a g g e r e d a l o n g t h e s t r e e t s , a n d in o n e i n s t a n c e fell d o w n . — M a y o u r c i t i z e n s n e v e r b e h o l d a n o t h e r s u c h a n a w f u l sc e n e . N O T I C E . — 1 lie a g e n t ol t h e N. Y. 8. T e m p e ­ ran c e Society. I>. Frost, E s q . w i l l co n t i n u e l o l e c ­ tu r e th r o u g h o u t this c o u n t y , d u r i n g t h e w e e k , a t the follow i n g places. In t h i s city, on 'I u u r s d a y ev e n i n g in t h e R e f o r m e d P r e v h y t e r i a n c h u r c h , a t ii.t o’clock. In D u n n e s b u r g h . on W e d n e s d a y a t R e v . I)r. M c M a s t e r ’s ch u r c h , a t 2 o ’clock P. M . — In P r i n c e t o w n, on T h u r s d a y , nt R e v . Mr. F r a z e r ’s ch u r c h , at 2 o ’clock P . M. In G l e n v i l l e . on Fri- dny, a t t h e U p p e r C h u r c h , s t 2 o’clock P. M. O n F r i d a y ev e n i n g , at 7 o ’clock, 8 c n i i a C h u r c h . It is expected soon to.hold a C o u n t y m e e t i n g o f w h i c h d u e notice w i l l be given. P I I O C I . V M A T I O N . Hy W I L L I A M /.. M A R C Y , iioverncr o f the State o f Aew- 1 ’ork. T h e people of this state, throughout the whole period of their *ii»tenre as a political community, have been in an especial manner the objects of Di­ vine favor. The same Almighty arm which pro­ tected and sustained our forefather*, has also Men our shield of defence; the same buuntifat hand, whieh administered temporal and spiritual bless­ ings to them, has been more abundant in good gifts to us. tn the dispensations of Divine Providence towards as during the past year, u e have been mer- eifully exempted from all those calamities by which nations are frequently visited; peace and content­ ment have prevailed among a s ; wa have been f r vored with a season of health and plenty; our civ­ il and religions rights have been enjoyed witbont molestation; moral, intellectual and physical im- pm w n c o t has rapidly advanced; the spirit at m> terprixe has been netive in multiplying the meant of social happiness, and industry in a(l iu various hranehw has raeeired nppropriate rewards. AH things essential to onr prosperity havo boon n o ciosidy ow ed for our acceptance. SumMwdeian woarn hg nnmrreoi and signal maniiutatione q f Divine goodness toward as to jndividoale and in our n c m and naliiieol loloiwao, k bahonvo* o o to Mna*eaa> B s n e iiw r r tu tribute afoot M arxicd —On Monday morning lost, by Rev. P. Aj Preel, Mr. JAMES R. COUVof NowwYork, to Mica ANN N. daughter of Mr. David B. Allen, of thieoilY. On the9ttk o f Sopc. by Bov. A. B. Ckitten- 4 m . of CTSm M * M r CORNELIUS TYME- SON. ofNiekajrbaa, to Mim SARAH VAN BEN- THUYSEN. o f Watorvliet. On tha 29th o f Sept. by the WILBUR, to Mise GITTY J BURGH, all of Clifton Park. . Mr. ISA A C V A N H O V E N - M O W O P E N . (F o r a fe w days o n ly) at ths C O U R T H O U S E , T H E T W O G R A N D M O R A L P I C T U R E S ; T H E T E M P T A T IO N O P AW THO E X P U L S I O N F R O M P A R A D I S E . P A I N T E D R V D U B V F K . m u o r each I’ic t c k k - i o f e e t s. nv is i t e t t T h e s e s u b lim e w o r k s o f A r t are a c k n o w l e d g ­ ed a s th e fin e s t p r o d u c t io n s o f th e F r e n c h S c h o o l — p e r f e c t ly c h a s t e an d b e a u tifu l in c o n ­ c e p t i o n , u n i t i n g a d e e p p o e t ic im a g e r y to th e ch a r m an d p o w e r o f t r u t h , su c h a s c a n n o t f a il to m a k e a la s t i n g im p r e s s io n o n th e m in d o f e v e r y b e h o ld e r . T h e y w e r e p a in t e d for C h a r les X t h , and w e r e ex h ib ite d a t S o m e r s e t H o u s e , I^ in d o n . A n d h a v e b e e n ex h ib ited in m a n y o f t h e p r in ­ c i p a l c i t i e s o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , t o t h e u n iv e r ­ sa l a d m ira tio n o f u p w a r d s o f 1 7 0 ,OfM) v isite r s . (ET* A d m itta n c e 2 5 c e n t s . S e a s o n tic k e t s 5 0 c e n t s . O p e n from 9 , A . M . till 10, T. M . an d illu - m in a t e d in th e e v e n i n g . E I * O © U T I O N . — R E A D I N G A N D S P E A K I N G . — G e o . L . L x R o w w ill d e ­ liv e r a g r a t u ito u s L e c t u r e , T h i s E v e n i n g , N o v . 11, a t 7 o ’c l o c k , a t the Lecture room o f the S c h e n e c t a d y L y c e u m , in t e n d e d a s an in t r o ­ d u c t io n to a c o u r s e o f i n s t r u c t io n in th e ab o v e art. T h e o b ject o f th e l e s s o n s is to ' c o r r e c t bad h a b it s an d o b v ia t e u n n a t u r a l im p e d im e n t s o f s p e e c h — im p r o v e t h e roiee an d a p p e a r a n c e ,a n d to a p p r o x im a t e t o g o o d , e a s y and n a t u r a l m a n ­ n e r o f reading an d speaking. T h e co u r s e w i l l c o n s i s t o f s i x t e e n p r a c t ica l le s s o n s ; (fo u r ea c h w e e k . ) T e r m s for th e c o u r s e , T w o D o lla r s . S u b s c r ip t io n p a p e r s w i l l b e f o u n d a t th e B o o k s t o r e s . F o r refer­ e n c e , p le a s e a p p ly to th e F a c u l t y o f U n io n C o l l e g e . T h e c l a s s w i l l m e e t o n T u e s d a y e v e n i n g n e x t , a t 9 o ’c l o c k , for o r g a n iz a t i o n . S c h e n e c t a d y , N o v . 11, 1835. l t Y O S T — S o m e w h e r e in S t a t e or F e r r y - s t s . J L d o n F r id a y e v e n i n g la s t , a n e w D iouble B r e a s t e d P laid S i l k V e l v e t V e s t . W h o e v e r •tl _ . 4 . . ’ 1 YT s • «M t « •**.., »»«• A VO S t a t e - s t r e e t , sh a ll b e lib e r a lly rew a r d e d and re c e iv e th e th a n k s o f t h e o w n e r . — N o v . 10. A n n u a l s f o r I is s h -- T o k e n , G i f t , P e a r l, M a g n o lia , J u v e n ile K e e p s a k e , Ita l y , O f f e r in g , R e l i g i o u s S o u v e n i r , Y o u t h ’s S k e t c h B o o k , for sa le a t th e C o m ­ m issio n B o o k S t o r e , 8 6 S t a t e - s t . h y N o v . 10. O . R . C O O K . B O O K . 8 ------ J u s t receiv e d and for sa le a t th e C o m m issio n B o o k s t o r e , 8 6 S t a t e - s t . A N e w U n iv e r s a l A t l a s ; L ibrary o f S e l e c t N o v e l s : E l l i s ’ P o ly n e s ia n R e s e a r c h e s : P o r t e r ’s R h e t o r ic a l R e a d e r ; T a l e s o f t h e G a r d e n o f K o s c iu s k o ; C o m m o n S c h o o l L ib r a r y , in 6 v o ls. N o v e l s and T a l e s , by M a r ia E d g w o r t h ; Z i n z e n d o r f f an d o t h e r P o e m s , by M r s . S i ­ g o u r n e y ; P e lh a m , a N o v e l in 1 v o l. b y B u lw e r ; W o r k s o f M r s . S h e r w o o d , in 10 v o l s . N o v . 10. O . R . C O O K . 1 * * O T I © F 3 .— T h e S u n d a y S c h o o l D e p o s - i l ito r y an d R e l i g i o u s B o o k S t o r e is re­ m o v e d to th e co r n e r o f S t a t e - s t an d M ill-la n e , and is n o w co n d u c t e d o n a m o r e e n la r g e d sc a le , h a v i n g c o n n e c t e d w i t h it th e e n t ir e sto c k o f th e S c h e n e c t a d y B o o k S t o r e , fo r m e r ly o w n e d b y G . F . Y a t e s , E s q . W h ile i t c o n t a i n s a v e r y la r g e and v a lu a b le a s s o r t m e n t o f R e l i g i o u s B o o k s , i t a lso p r e s e n t s n o w to th e pub lic a v a ­ r i e t y o f S c h o o l B o o k s , in th e E n g l i s h , L a t in , G r e e k , Ita lia n , F r e n c h , S p a n ish an d G e r m a n la n g u a g e s . A l s o , M i s c e lla n e o u s W’ork s o f t h e m o s t ap p r o v e d a u t h o r s , S t a t i o n a r y , Arc. T h e d e s ig n is to e x c lu d e from th i s v a lu a b le e s t a b lish m e n t e v e r y th i n g w h i c h m a y v i t i a t e , an d to in t r o d u c e e v e r y th i n g w h i c h m a y i m ­ p r o v e , th e ta s t e an d m o r a ls o f s o c i e t y T h i s e n l i g h t e n e d an d C h r is tian c o m m u n ity to c a l l. H . B . S T R Y K E R . ig are r e s p e c t f u l ly in v ite d t o c a l l. N o v . 9. C OMMON SCHOOL RO O K S.— O l n e y ’r, M a l t e B r u n ’s, W o o d b r id g e ’s, S m i t h ' s , & P a r l e y ’s G e o g r a p h y ; K irk h a m ’s, S m i t h ’s , an d M u r r a y 's G r a m m a r ; W e l c h ’s, A d a m s ’ , S m i t h ’s, D a b o ll’s , E m e r s o n ’s, C o l ­ b u r n ’s , an d P a r ley ’s A r it h m e t i c ; H a l e ’s an d G o o d r ic h ’s U n ite d S t a t e s : W e b s t e r ’s & W a lk ­ er’s D ic t io n a r y ; E l e m e n t a r y , ( W e b s t e r ’s ) and C o b b 's S p e l l i n g B o o k s ; E n g l i s h R e a d e r s ; A n ­ a l y t i c a l R e a d e r s ; P r o g r e s s iv e E x e r c i s e s in C o m p o s i t i o n ,& c . & c. for sa le a t th e S c h e n e c ­ ta d y B o o k S t o r e an d S u n d a y S c h o o l D e p o s i ­ t o r y , c o r n e r o f S t a t e - s t a n d M i ll-la n e , b y N o v . 9. H. B. STRYKER. R E I j 1 G 1 0 1 8 I S O O R 8 . — B ib le s , T e s t a m e n t s , C o m m e n t a r ie s , H y m n B o o k s , S u n d a y S c h o o l B o o k s , an d th e w o r k s o f t h e m o s t ap p r o v e d C h r istia n A u t h o r s o f t h e p r e s e n t an d p a s t a g e s — for sa le a t th e S c h e ­ n e c t a d y B o o k S t o r e an d S a n d a y S c h o o l D e ­ p o s i t o r y , b y N o v . 9. II. B . S T R Y K E R . F O U S» A I j E — A q u a n tity o f H A R D W O O D — 3 0 or 40 c o r d s — ly in g in Hie to w n o f C h a r lton . Also, 15 a c r e s n f L A N D , m o s t ly h e a v ily tim b e r e d w itb M a p le, B e e c h , and B irch . Abo. to l e a s e fo r a term o f y e a r s , 3 r n o r g a n s o f L A N D o n F o n d a ’s is l a n d . quire o f ALEX’R. Sche.neetadi;, Nor. 1 0 , 1835. G . 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R — Joiin K o s h e t t, Ira Riee.F.li R o g e r s , M a r y E . ipley, P e t e r C. B o b e r t s o n . A d a m R e a m e r . 8 — H o r a c e S t r a n g . D e w e y C . S a l i s b u r y , N a n c y S t y l e s , J o h n S c h i s m , B e n j a m i n S o u l , E liza S p e n c e - ly, C h a r l e s S a n d e r s , N i c h o l a s S w i t s , Ja m e s S t e w ­ art, Solom o n S t r o n g , Bradford S e a m a n , E . Still- m a n . P e t e r Stickels, A lisa S w a r t , H a r s h rV t i u y l c r - • ilW lllU . ....... C J . . M . . ; . e.lu>rllwr. horn, Rotterdam. T —J o h n S. T e n i k c , J . W . T e l l e r , Jo h n \V. T e l ­ ler, N a t h a n T i d d , W u r r e n T a y l o r . > t e r n s Toinson. „ V — Muri.i \ an F.ps, J o h n Vedder, C h r i s t m n n a Vnnnlien, J o h n V a n D y c k e , T h o m a s V a n Z a n d l . W — 1. J . W inc lu'll, A llen \V h e e l e r & Co. W m . R. A. W a r r e n 2, T h o m a s W e s t , G e o r g e G . W a g ­ goner, M a r y W a l m n r t l i , J o h n W o o d a r d , Abel It. W i l d e r , O l i v e r W a i t , ’T h o m a s W i l b a r W’elber, J r . Princtlov'n. N. II. P e r s o n s calling for m y o f t h e above L e t ­ ters w i l l please say th e y are advertised. W h e n th e n a m e o f t h r place is n o t m e n t i o n e d th e y ure for S c h e n e c t a d y , J A M E S V. P. R Y L E Y , Post Master. S O U E A E C T A D Y F l l L Y A C E . t 1 L U T E &, B A I L E Y w i l l k e e p n n h a n d , J a n d m a k e to o r d e r ns u s u a l , all a r t i c l e s c o n n e c t e d w i t h t h e F u r n a c e a n d M a c h i n e s h o p , a n d re s p e c t f u l l y s o l i c i t a c o n t i n u a n c e o f th e p a t r o n a g e t h e y h a v e so l i b e r a l l y re c e i v e d - T h e y h a v e u g e n e r a l a s s o r t m e n t o f P l o u g h C a s t i n g s ; g r o u n d W a g o n a n d P i p e B o x e s ; A x l e D r a f t s a n d fin i s h e d A r m s ; S t o v e s an d P i p e , C a u l d r o n K e t t l e s o f 16, 32, 48, 6 4 an d 115 g a l is ; M a c h i n e r y C a s t i n g s a n d M i l l G e a r ­ in g m a d e to o r d e r . A l s o a s u p p l y o f th e i r n e w p a t e n t N o . 5 an d 6 C o o k S t o v e s , a d m i t ­ te d by g o o d j u d g e s to h e a t le a s t eqiuil lo a n y o t h e r n o w in u s e , n t th e i r N e w S t o r e in C a - n a l - s t r e e t . — Schenectady, Oct. 26 , 1335. ICU T h e y w o u l d a p p r i z e tlie i r c u s t o m e r s th a t th e y h a v e r e l i n q u i s h e d th e h a r d - w a r e b u ­ s i n e s s , an d a r c d e s i r o u s o f c l o s i n g alt a c c o u n t s c o n n e c t e d w i t h it as s o o n a s m a y b e c o n v e n ­ ie n t . C . ('. U H T F , h a s t a k e n d i e I L i r d - W a r e s t o r e o f ( ' l u t e & B a i l e y , c o r n e r o f S t a t e a n d C a n n i s t r e e t s , w h e r e lie w o u l d h e h a p p y to w « i t on his frie n d s a n d th e p u b l i c ut all tim e s . Oct. 26. 1835. 291 H A R D - W A R E . C © . © I i U T J E is n o w o p e n i n g h i s fall • sto c k o f H A R D W A R E (V C U T L E R Y , w h i c h in a d d i t i o n to h i s fo r m e r a s s o r t m e n t , 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 O l d arid n e w s a b l e I R O N . S w e d e s B a r I r o n , flat a n d s q u a r e . E n g l i s h d n fla>, s q u a r e a n d ro u n d . A m e r i c a n d o d o d o d o H o o p , b u n d a n d s c r o l l I R O N . B r a z i e r ’s, h o r s e n a i l , a n d s p i k e ro d s . C a s t . G e r m a n a n d s p r i n g S T E E L . S w e d e s , b l i s t e r e d an d A m e r i c a n d o . C r o w - b a r s . P i c k - t t x e s a n d G r u h - l n . e s . E n g l i s h a n d R o w l a n d ' s M i l l a n d X c u t P a w s . E n g l i s h an d A m e r i c a n S h o v e l s a n d S p a d e s . C u t . w r o u g h t a n d h o r s e n - i l s . B l o c k T i n , b a r n n d s h e e t L e a d . A n v i l s . V i c o s a n d B r a s s K e t t l e s . B l o c k T i n am i lead P i p e . B r i t t a n i a le a a n d cotTee P o t s . Llras« S h n v c l s , T o n g s am i A n d i r o n s . B a r n a r d ' s , S m i n i o n ' s a n d W a l d r o n ' s b r o a d , h a n d a n d narrow r A X E S . A l a n , C h i s s c l a , A d z e s , & C . C r ’ T o g e t h e r w i t h a g e n e r a l a s s o r t m e n t o f C A R P E N T E R ’S A N D J O I N E R ’S T O O L S , w h i c h h e offers o n th e m o s t fa v o r a b l e te r m s , w h o l e s a l e a n d r e t a i l , c o r n e r o f S t a t e arid C a - u u l - s t r e e t s . Sehenectady , O a . 2 7 . 1835. 291 | m i l k ' W A K T E D - M M F M f M F Bushels Green Pease; O O O bushels Marrowfat d o 5 0 0 do W h ite do 5 0 9 do Pink Eyed Totatos; Also, C a s h and t h e h i g h e s t p r i c e w i l l be paid fo r H i n t s & T a l i . o w ; and fo r M c s r a n o S u u —by F . BURGESS, at the Gas store in State-street. Seketutlady. Oct. 13, 1 8 3 6 . _________ 289 T H E suboeriber would remind hie friends in the city and country, that they can be supplied w ith Frksm Fine and S v r n F tsE FLOUR* made a t the City Mill from Geneaee Wheat* and of superior quality. Also, with R n , lam a s , Bcckw h k at, M iddukos, G r a ­ ham Floor* B rax, S u ir tSrvrra, &c. &c. Orders* left either a t his store in Union-aL or Rt the mill, will be promptly attended to* i «*d flour hr the barrel delivered in any p e rt o f the eity. JO H N STRONG. Sdamoctady, Oct- 120* 1835. 289 N - B . I wtll tkaak those pemoRe who are •till iadebtedtothe late firm o f C raigfo S trong, to pay their accounts in the cOarse o f the pre­ sent i— thi J- 8 * 9V 3 B W o f t S i i V HBKKIMER S r f t U r r , ALBANY. fflN H E au b a c r ih e r h e r e b y in f o r m s iho citi- 'f t p a r e f B e h a o a r t a d y , a n d ita e i b in ity , th a t h e haa r aau m a d th e f y f o s M d d o e n r m g h e h e a ravd o d w i t h S r . David M»a* Warahhai T a ilar a* h e hia A jeh t «e l a n h t i for Wa wayha, aaraar o f Mmhimot and m * . ^ ^ | r a t l ^ e « S * m M p e e d y d M l e m y » f a n y fle a d s J R p a j t — O G O O D S . . l E e u b e e r i b e r h a s j u s t r e c e i v e J hi* s p r i n g . s u p p l y « * f D r y f i e m b a n d G r e r e r i e r , w h i e h h e o f f e r s a t w h o l e s a l e n r r e t a i l , a t th e m o s t r e d u c e d p r i c e s . J O H N O H L E N . April G, l83o. s p r i n g G o o n s . W I L L I A M M c C A M U S h a s j u s t re c e i v e d h i s s p r i n g s u p p l y o f s e a s o n a b l e an d f a s h i o n a b l e . D R Y G O O D S , w h i c h h e is d e t e r m i n e d to se l l o n t h e m o s t r e a ­ s o n a b l e te r m s , nt hi* liis o l d s t a n d , N o . H>2, S t a t e - s t . A m o n g his a s s o r t m e n t a r e Ilro a d • cloths, C a ssiiiteres, S a ttin e ts, V e s tin g s , D r ills, H o s iery, S i l k «\* C o tton H a n d k e rchiefs, S h i r t ­ in g s , C a licoes, R ibands, J\-r. <\-c. S r h e n e c t a d v . A p r il 6. 1335. M K W G O O D S , r K N I i . T H O M P S O N is n o w re c e i v i n g J L a a t N o . !)1 S u t c - s t r e e t , a n e w nm l large s u p p l v o f S t a p l e & F a n c y D r y G o o d s , T o th e v a r i e t y g e n e r a l l y e m b r a c e d h e lias t h i s s p r i n g n d d e d a d e s i r a b l e a s s o r t m e n t o l ’C A R - P E T 1 N G — s n r h ns R i c h D a m a s k V e n i t i a n : P l a i n V e n i t i a n ; P l a i n S o p e r I n g r a i n ; F i n e a n d S u p e r l i t i e E n g l i s h an d S c o t c h In g r a i n an d S t a i r C a r p e l s , fro m 3 t»» 3 w i d e ; R u b T u f t e d R u g s ; D a m a s k V e n i t i u n R u g s ; O i l C l m h s for H a l l s a n d F l o o r s , fro m 4-4 to 9 - 4 w i d e ; O i l C l o t h R u g s , nm! I n d i a M a t t i n g . Also, an ad- d i t i o n a l su p p l y o f fine a n d superfine Rroaddolhs and Kerseymeres, o f v a r i o u s s h a d e s a n d c o l o r s ; Irish Unco, Alerinn Shawls, ti'C. Schencctaily, April 6, 1835. F r e s h G r o c e r i e s . T m : s u b s c r i b e r s h a v e j u s t r e c e i v e d fro m N Y o r k tlie i r s p r i n g s u p p l y o f C h o i c e J F a t n i l y G r o c e r i e s * s e l e c t e d w i t h c a r e , an d p u r c h a s e d fo r c a s h a t th e l o w e s t p r i c e s ; an d w h i c h , a d d e d to tlieir fu r m » r s t o c k , m a k e s tlieir a s s o r t m e n t c o m ­ p l e t e . A s h a r e o f p u b l i c p a t r o n a g e is r e s p e c t ­ fully s o l i c i t e d . T R E D W A Y & S P R A G U E , April (I. |.“<35. 1 U5 S t a t e s t r e e t . S u m m e r F a s h i o n s . D A V ID MIX* T A I L O R . A . N O D R A P E R , N o . 108 STATE-SThF.KT, K E E P S c o n s t a n t l y o n h a n d an e l e g a n t a s ­ s o r t m e n t o f F a s h i o n a b l e G o o d s , m liis line o f b u s i n e s s , w h i c h h e w i l l m a k e up t o o r d e r at s h o r t n o t i c e n n d o n r e a s o n a b l e t e r m s . H e h a s a l s o a g e n e r a l a s s o r t m e n t o f R E A D Y M A D E C L O T H I N G , e q u a l to a n y in tin s or a n v o t h e r c i t y . C u t t i n g d e n e w i t h n e a t n e s s an d d e s p a t c h . — T h e b e s t o f T r i m m i n g s c o n s t a n t l j ’ou h a n d . Schenectady, June 10, 1835. 2 7 2 t f . S T O V E S ! S T O V E S ! f | t l l E ouU a a n K o r fins j u s t re c e i v e d a n e w as- B o r l m e n t o f C O O K , O V K M , T A K . L O R . H A L L , S I X - P L A T E & B O X S T O V E S , t o ­ g e t h e r w i t h D r . N o t t ’s C O A L A N D C O O K S T O V E S , ali o f t h e n e w e s t a n d m o s t a p p r o v ­ e d p a t t e r n s , w l u c l i h e o i l e r s l’o r s a l e o n r e a ­ s o n a b l e t e r m s , n n d a t t h e lo w e s t p r i c e s . T h e p u b l i c a r e r e q u e s t e d to call a n d e x a m i n e th e m ; t h e m o s t o f th e m a r e e n t i r e l y ' n e w p a t t e r n s . S t o v e P i p e o f all sizes c o n s t a n t l y o n h a n d . A B M . A . V A N V O R S T . N. B. D r . N o t t ’s C o a l S t o v e s , i f o u t o f re p a i r , c a n be r e p a i r e d u p o n a p p l i c a t i o n to t h e s u b s c r i b e r b e f o r e t h e 2 0 t h in s t . September 11, 1835. A . A . V . V. L A N D F O R M A L E . 5 I 1 O T 1 S O F L A N I >, c o n t a i n i n g 50 n c r e s each, situ a t e in t h e second w a r d o f t h e city o f 8 c h e n e c t a d y , and k n o w n as lots No. 5, (». 7, J! a n d 10. T h e s e lots are covered w i t h a fine g r o w t h o f y o u n g l i m b e r , an d h a v e n soil capable of a high d e g r e e o f cultivation. T h e y are located w i t h i n th r e e m il e s o f the com p a c t part o f th e city, one m ile o f t h e B r a n d y - w i n e m il l,and ab o u t h a l f a nule o f C r a n e ’s oil m i l l ,and s o m e o f t h e m are i n t e r s e c t e d by, and others have 111 their im m e d i a t e vicinity, th e M o h a w k Sc H u d s o n R a i l road and t h e G u ilder- lan d road T h e s e lots will bo sold sep a r a t e l y or to g e t h e r h y indisputable titles, and u p o n term s w h i c h offer a line o p p o r t u n i t y for i n v e s t m e n t either to th e farm e r or t h e speculator. Maps o f t h e p r e ­ m ises m a y he seen an d f u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n had hy application to A. L. LIN N . Schenectady, Sept. 7. 1835. 284tf ^ ~ N B W D Y B H O U S E , No. 30;>, Rircr-strcet, Iron, B Y L U C I U S B . N U T T I N G , I t ' T T ' I I E R E all kinds of G e n t l e m e n ' s and Ladies' V ? w e a r i n g apparel w ill he d y e d or cleansed in n n e a t nnd w o r k m a n l i k e m a n n e r , w i t h u n u s u a l d e s p a t c h an d 011 reasonable term s . Also carpet cleansing, w h i l e M e r i n o sh a w l s , &.c. &.c. OZT P a r t i c u l a r a t t e n t i o n w i l l be paid to c l e a n s i n g G e n t l e m e n ’s g a r m e n t s , as I h a v e ta k e n th e shop form e r l y occupied b y C h a r l e s B e n n e t t , an d do e m ­ p l o y him for t h a t purpose. (LT Mr. P R O S P E R F R E N C H , No. 120 S t a t e - S t r e e l , S c h e n e c t a d y , t w o doors east o f th e canal bridge, is a g e n t for r e c e i v i n g an d d e l i v e r i n g goods w h i c h w ill be f o r w a r d e d , finished and retu r n e d in good order w i t h o u t delay, and w i t h o u t charge for tran s p o r t a t i o n . — Troy, M a y 'll, 1835. 2u9tf J O H N L A S S E L L S . a t m s U P H O L S T E R A N D F U R N I T U R E W A R E - I I O U S E , N o . 9 t S t a t e -S t r k e t , o t p i x i t k J . W at . k e r ' s . K E E l ’ fi* c o n s t a n t l y o n h a n d , o r m a k e s at „lii>rt n o t i c e — Tfair a n d Moss Mattresses, Feather Ileds; ('liurclt iV Choir Cushions; Bed- steads ; It'oso and N'ork Stands; ’l ’ahlcs; Sec­ retaries: Bureaus: Book Cases; Colts: Boston Rocking C h a i r s ; Taney a n t Common Chairs, M a h o a o vy Chairs, with hair cushions; Window W inds fro m Albany and Eastern, factories. O 11 c o n s i g n m e n t , a l o t u f Lire (Jccsc Feathers o f the first q u a l i t y . T h a n k f u l for p a s t f a v o r s , a n d hy s t r i c t a t ­ te n t i o n t o th e lin e o f his p r o f e s s i o n , h e h o p e s to r e c e i v e a s h a r e o f p u b l i c p a t r o n a g e . N B. I j o n g s t a n d i n g a c c o u n t s m u s t b e s e t t l ­ e d —peaceably j f they can, forcibly i f they must. S e p t e m b e r i , 1835, © i i J B A P ' b o o t & s h o i b ' s t o k j b S T B P H S N T R U A X , No. 6 6 Stale-street, adjoining Messrs. E . fi; L Benalict’s H it Store, R j n ■T 7 \ E F . P S c o n s t a n t l y r.n h a n d % I . . I V a l a r g e a n d g e n e r a l a s s o r t - o f B o o r s S h o t s , hy th e d o z e n o r sin g l e p a i r , xvhich lie o f i e t s l o t h o L a d i e s an d G e t i t l e m o n o f S c l i e - nsclail; s n d v i c i n i t y , v i z : L a d i e s ’ g a i t e r boots, Ladies’ prunella hoots, ] J u lies’ prunella s li p p e r s , L a d tea’ undreaaed morocco slippors, L a d i e s ’ s e a l s k i n slippers, I^adien’ French morocco slippers, L a d i e s ’ morocco G r e c i a n s , Ladies’ morocco strapped shoes, L a d i e s ’ m o r o c c o lace shoes, l a d i e s ’ m o r o c c o boots, Ladies’ seal skin boots, Ladies’ calf boot*, Metis’ ealf and fair-atitched bodls ; Mens’*calf peg boots; Mena’ kip boots; Mens* eoarae boots ; . . . Mena* c a l f a n d k i p b r o g a n s , s e w e d a n d pegged. Mens’ coarse brogans’ a n d shoes ; Mena’ fine calf shoes; Mena* moroeoo and kip akia slioas : M e n a ' m o r o c c o a n d s e a l akin p n m p a ; M a n s ’ a a a l a k i a s l i p p e r s ; Boys’ calf and kipskin foogana; Buys* •• s h o e s ; ~ i* k i p s k i a b o o t s ; ____________ ^mocacco and calf hooto,focAc R a alia aaaaniaa all «usd* •»* \ a r k *n Mn Kaa o f haaitraca to ardar, in the nastast aad •a t foflfidadafefta a tjto. KT> T h a n h * * fa* pant ffcvanb h a hapat, hy ■aseoaat atteotsaa, and p s t s n a t n i F ™ W O O D F O R S A L E . O R S A L E , on reasonable terms. 4 0 0 eftrd good quality of seasoned HARD WOOD, ^r- in g on the canal bank near C . Y. Peek’s ta v e r n , in Rotterdam, hy JO H N i s . V A N E P S & B R O T H E R S . Sept. 2 9 ,1 8 3 5 . _______ _____________ 287tf d I J . l N G H A M S , P r in t * . Mtttlitia, G l o v e s . Ribbons, Stock*, Cravat*, C o lton and Linen Table Diaper, A c . &c. (or sale very cheap by M ay 25. __ _______ PETER RQWU. T t R M i \ G W O R E k . r i a q i l E s u b s c r i b e r s h a v e c o m m e n c e d the Call JL i n e t a n d Fancy Turning Business in its b r a n c h e s , a t t h e C a r d i n g M ill o f M r . W m . B . S c h e r m e r h o r n , a b o u t J o f a m ile fro m t :; j c i t y o f S c h e n e c t a d y , near th e in c l i n e d p l a n , and tr u s t hy str i c t a t t e n t i o n , p u n c t u a l i t y a u t g o o d w o r k m a n s h ip , to m e e t a sh a r e o f p u b lic p a t r o n a g e . lUr’C ircu la r S a w i n g d o n e t o order. C H A R L E S F O R B E S , J A C O B B E C K . (U F A la r g e a s s o r t m e n t o f B e d s tea d P o s t s , S t a n d P illars, & c . k e p t c o n s t a n t l y o n h a n d for sa le. Rotterdam, A u g . 17 th, 1S33. 281 F AM IL Y C; U O C E K IE 8 , N o . 2, Ferry-street, two doors north a f State-stretl. 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O r l e a n s Violasses; Lorillard’s, M a c c o h y a n d S c o t c h Snuff; B a r and S h a v i n g S o a p : C a n d l e s and S o a p ; C o a r s e and Liverpool Salt ; S i l v e r and L u s t r e B l a c k Lead ; W r i t i n g , L e t t e r nnd W r a p p i n g P a p e r : S u l p h u r and E p s o m S a l t s ; C od fish a n d S c a l e d H e r r i n g ; P e a r l a s h a n d S a l e r a t u s : W i n d o w G lass, P u t t y , &-e. See. F h 'benrrtady, S . a ' a u l t r 2 2 , 1835. 2 8 6 K W (1 O O D S . ~ !/ | I I I E s u b s c r i b e r s h a v e re c e i v e d , a c h o i c e an d w e l l s e l e c t e d a s s o r t m e n t o f T a n r y N S t a p l e M t r y G o o a f # * v i n e l i they offer lor sa l e 011 th o m o s t r e u s o n a b l e t e r m s —a m o n g w h i c h are Superfine nnd C o m m o n B lue. B l a c k , G r een, O l ­ ive. M ixed nnd D r u h B R O A D C L O T H S ; Superfine Sattinets ; D o m e s t i c C l o t h s ; B n n g u p C o r d s ; B e a v e r t e e n s . B l u e , Black, Mixed nnd D r a b Cassim e r a . F a n c y , Ribbed nnd R a i l w a y and B u c k s k i n D o . Black, G r e e n and B r o w n G o a t ' s H a i r C a m b let* B l a c k Italian Silks , do M n e l i e w do do G r o d o m ip do C o l o r e d do P i e u r e d do P l a i n do Black F l o r e n c e * ; B l u e - b lnek do C o l o r e d do C o r d e d S k i r l s ; F r e n c h B o m b a z i n e s , T h r e a d E d g i n g s . B o h i n c t do do Laces R u s s i a D i a p e r ; T a b i c do D a r k V e s t i n g s ; L i g h t do W o r s t e d H o s e , C o t t o n do S i l k do W h i t e M e r ino S h a w l s , S c a r l e t do do B l a c k do do B l a c k N a n k i n C r a p e s ; do C a n t o n do do F r e n c h do do Veil do P o n g e e s ; S i l k Flag H 'dkerchief* Black Barcelona do T h i b e t do G a u s e do and fi-4 B e d T i c k s , W h i t e F l a n n e l s : R e d do Y e ll o w do C a n t o n do B l a c k C a m b r i c k s ; C o l o r e d do E m b o s s e d do G r e e n .Moreens . C r i m s o n do B l a c k W a d d i n g ; W h i t e do C o t t o n B a t t s ; B l a c k S a t i n s ; S i l k Umbrella*. A n d an e l e g a n t a s s o r t m e n t o t ’ E i g h t & D a r k P r i m s , together with a g e n e r a l a s s o r t m e n t ol G o o d s a p p e r t a i n i n g to th e tr a d e . T h e y r e s ­ p e c t f u l l y so l i c i t a s h a r e o f p u b l i c p a t r o n a g e . M c M U E E E N & V E D D E R . Fi ’ir<)rrfuirn. Sept. 16. 9 9 D R . R I C H A R D F U L L E R * C o h ive j u s t re c e i v e d a fre s h su p p l y a n d g e n e i : i l ’assoi t m e n t o f Drugs, Medicine , P a ints, Turpentine , D y e - Woods; (frown, Plate and C y ­ linder 11 ind tnr G lass; Iuimp, Cas­ tor, Olive and Linseed Oils , P a int Brushes , Sfc. at th e old s t a n d o f D u n l a p & F u l l e r , o n e d o o r w e s t fro m th e C a n a l b r i d g e , S t a t e - s t r e e t . A G F NTS FOR Dr. R a l p h ' s Uni\-er*al D o m e s tic M e d icine, (the late L o n d o n ) Im p r o v e d H y g e a n P i l l s ; a l s o t h e last edition o f R a l p h ' s D o m e s t i c G u i d o to Medicine. Dr. S e a r s ' A m e r i c a n H y g e a n Pills ; L. W a l k e r ’s S a l t R h e u m O i n t m e n t a n d celeb r a t ­ ed G e r m a n O i n t m e n t for Burns, B r u ises, Sprains, <fec. H i t c h c o c k 's W o l c li M e d e c a m e n t u m ; R u s s e l ' s S a l t R h e u m und Itch O i n t m e n t , a n d S t o m a c h Hitlers ; F o s g a l e ’s A n o d y n e Cordial an d W o r m P o w d e r * ; D a v e n p o r t 's fills and E y e W a t e r ; W h e a t o n ' s O i n t m e n t an d B i t t e r s ; M o o r ' s E s s e n c e o f L i f o ; Anderson s Uotiglt Drops ; W h i t e h e a d ' s a m ) C h u r c h ’s E s s e n c e o f M u s t a r d for Rheumatism. L e o ' s , J a m e s ' , G r e g o r y ’s a n d P h i n n o y ' s P i l l s : 8waiin s Panacea, Ac. w h i c h w i l l ho s o l d w h o l e s a l e a n d r e t a i l o n b e t t o r tcnii-s lh,m a t an y o t h e r e s t a b l i s h m e n t o f t h e /.‘inil in th e c i t y . RICHARD FU L L E R . C H A R L E S F U L L E R . Seheneetady, August 2 4 , 1835. O ’ LJ h . T H O S . D U N L A P , c o n t i n u e s h i s o f l i c e a t t h e old stand o f D u n l a p A F u l l e r , first door w e s f r o m t h e C a n a l b r i d g e , S t a t e - s t r e e t . L A W for th e e s t a b l i s h m e n t o f a n ad ­ d i t i o n a l F i r e - E n g i n e C o m p a n y , Passed Oct. 2 1 , 1835. T h e M a y o r , R e c o r d e r arid A l d e r m e n o f t h e c i t y o f S c h e n e c t a d y , in C o m m o n C o u n c i l c o n ­ v e n e d , d o o r d a i n ns folloxvs : I. A n a d d i t i o n a l F i r e - E n g i n e C o m p a n y f o r th i s city shall h e a n d is h e r e b y e s t a b h a h e d , to hu calle d a n d k n o w n b y th e n a m e o f (t E n g i n e C o m p a n y N o . 5 , ” to c o n s i s t o f n o t le s s tn a n th i r t y a b l e h o d i c d m e n , t o b e a p p r o v e d o f a n d a p p o i n t e d h y t h e C o m m o n C o u n c i l . II. A s so o n a s the r e q u isite n u m b e r o f F i r e ­ m e n t o c o n s t it u t e the said c o m p a n y s h a l l h a v e b e e n ap p o in ted * and th e said co m p a n y sh a ll h a v e b e e n d u ly o r g a n iz e d , and a c a p tain th e r e ­ o f ap p o in ted and c o m m issio n e d in th e m a n n e r p r e s c r ib e d by th e 16th se c t io n o f t h e “ la w to p r e v e n t i n j u r i e s b y fire, and for oth e r p u r p o s ­ e s , ” p a s s e d J u n e 2 0 , 1833. th e c o m m itte e on E n g i n e s a r e h e r e b y a u t h o r i s e d a n d r e q u i r e d to p la c e u n d e r t h e ch a r g e and e w e o f t b e said c o m p a n y , t h e o l d F ir e - E n g in e N o . 1 , a s t h e E n g in e t o w h ich Ih e sa id co r t p a h y N o . 5 ia t o b e a t t a c h e d . , III. T h e C a p t a in en d o t h e r F ir e m e n , from tim e to t i m e b a l o e g i n g t o e e t d eo m p e n y .sh e ll a t all t im e s b e su b j e c t e d to all t h e ra les and reg u ­ la t io n s n o w or n e r e a f ter to b e p r e s c r ib e d b y th e s a id C o m m o n C o u n c i l fo r t h s g o v e r n m e n t o f t h e F ir e m e n o f s a id c i t y , e x c e p t tb e p r o v i ­ s i o n s c o a t a in e d in s e c t i o a 18 o f t h e « W •**•**“ tioditd in the la s t p r e c e d in g s e e t * o * » N l it s h s ll b e th e d u t y o f t h e F i r e m e u o f t h e sa id c o m p a ­ ny from tim e t o t i m e , at le a e t o r a e v e r y d w * « m o n t h s , an d at sod * o t h e r t im e * a s th e y •*•«* b e requ ired b y tb e C a p t a in n f th e aawl em n - n a n v . to d r a * th o I r e bnflin e to p m * » « J • m a n e d ^ T * * r a c h f i a ^ m ^ e h s l « * r e c t , w a s h a n d d s o n e o t h e s — ** s e d k e e n t h n b r e u d fire r h f i a e i a « « d o r d e r a n d e n a d t u a a . a n d letm n tha.jmais to the * * » • hanaa ready for A B M . 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