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S T A I N E D P A G E l a r S U R A N C E . r_ ^ i r e — F i r e — F i r e . J a i 'remen’s Insurance Company, in the city of Albany, Jame 9 Stevenson, “ resident, and Richard van Rensselaer, Sec­ retary, will Insure Dw elling Houses & Build­ ings in general, including Furniture, Goods in store, Stc.^ & c . located in the city ot Sche- M fludy or Us vicinity. Application for In­ surance may be made to the subscriber, who is Agent for the above Company, January a, 1630, r ETRR RQWE, 1 '^ m U U C H A M ' S ' I N S U R A N C E C U M R A N Y In the c ity o f Albany. T HKMmlunts** l«?ut\mct* Company in the c i t y of A l b a n y , C h a r l e s R . D u d l e y , P r e s ­ ident, and Geo. W'devmatn, Secretary, will in­ sure against loss by fire, dwelling-houses, ware­ h o u s e s , an d b u i l d i n g s i n g e n e r a l , in c l u d i n g fur­ niture, &c.; located either in the eity of Sche­ n e c t a d y or i n th e c o u n t r y . Application for insurance may be made to the subscriber, who is agent for Schenectady and its vicinity. JOHN I. D E GRAFF. Schenectady, Jan. 1 , 1 8 3 3 . I J V S U H A N iC jK .— Tbe Albany Insurance Company, which has been successfully es­ tablished for the last twenty-two years, insures tiie following property against loss or damage by fire, upon the mostfavorable terms, viz. Dwell- „ng-houses, Ware-housts, Barns and other Out bouses, Merchandize, Household Furniture and personal property generally* Applications will he received by the subscriber, who is agent for said company. J. BRODERICK. Schenectady, 1SZA Sept. 1833. _______ ___ F i r e ! F i r e ! F i r e ! S CHENECTADY & SARATOGA INSUR­ ANCE COM P A N Y , located in the city of Sehmiectady, having been incorporated by an act oT the Legislature o f this state, on tho 6 th May, 1834, and the capital being paid in or secured in safe and satisfactory manner, are invested with means to undertake insurance against loss or damage by tire. This Compa ny will insure upon the most reasonable terms, Dwelling-H ouses, W a r e -llouses, Barns, Out- Houses,\Stores Shops with stock nnd utensils, Household Furniture, Personal properly of every description, Boats and Ves­ sels traversing the canals or rivers, Railroad Cars arul all kinds of internal navigation or transportation. They pledge themselves that those who transact business with this Compa­ ny shall be treated in the most liberal manner, and all losses shall be adjusted with fairness and promptitude. The following persons are Directors, viz : Hon. JOSEPH C. YATES, President, W illiam Cunningham, John K. Paigo, B E J 3 F T O a f O l T E S for sale by M a v 16. F . BURG E S S . W A T E R C E M E N T . —Water Ce­ ment constantly on hand and for sale T h o m a s P a l m e r , H a r v e y D a v i s , A l f r e d M u n s o n , G i d e o n M . D a v i s o n , J a m e s M . C o o k , Ilenry Yates, Jay Cady, Freeman Stanton, T . A . Stoutonburgh, Platt Potter. Applications to be made to the subscriber, at Schenectady. PL A T T P O T T E R , Secretary Sept ember 22. 1S3-1. of tho Company. T w n V V a v k W a u t e d . T HE Highest Price in Cash, as usual, will be paid for « 1 0 0 Cords of Hemlock, and 6 0 Cords o f Oak BARK, delivered at the Tan neiy occupied by the subscriber, or at any point on the Eiie canal between this city and Caugh- iiawaga. WILLIAM A N D E R S O N . Schenlvlady, June, 1832. __________ HGtf General Health Restorative, V I E N N A , O U D U T C H P J L L I i S . f QPt HERE are but tw o causes of disease, 1 st, » JL Atmospheric Air, 2 d. Aliment. The s t o m a c h is t h e f o u n t a i n a n d s e a t o f a l l d i s e a s e . About nine months have now elapsed since the subscribers introduced into the United States, this Universal Family Medicine, (originally prepared by Doct.K eyser of Vienna, by which lie performed more radical cures, than has been affected by any other article, recorded on tho leaves o f any Medical Journal,) are now ena­ bled to assert with confidence, from a close in w stigalion of their operation and ellects in a variety of diseases, that they can bo reliod up on in effecting a cure in aZZ general complaints in their first attacks. They can also say that Liver und Scrofulous complaints, Bi/Zious, T y ­ phus, Scarlet and Remittant Fevers, Ague and Fever, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Cholera Mor­ bus, Dysentery and complaints o f th e Alimen­ tary Canal generally, Rheumatic and Dropsi­ cal affections,heavy colds or obstructed perspi­ ration, Virtigo, Headache, & c. are effectuaZZy cured by them and upon a general scale, anti univcrsaZZy successful, except where some or­ gan has become so far impaired, as to bo una­ ble to perform duly its functions, or the sys­ tem so far weakened, as to cause it to sink beneath tho weight of its burthen. W ell au­ thenticated certificates ofthe remarkable cures performed by the Vienna or Dutch PiZZs, may bo examined, by referring to the pamphlet pub­ lished by the proprietors, edtitied “ Theory, illustration and practical proofs o f the efficacy ofth e Vienna or Dutch Pills.” S. fct. RIGGS, agent for Schonoctady. JO llN C. KELLEY, DANIEL LA T G U R R E T T E . April 28, 183-1. SJStf bv the subscriber. M ay 13, 183o. G. Q,. CARLEY. 286 F A M I L Y G R O C E R I E S , N o 1 F e r r v - s tr e e l , tw o doors n o i l k o f State-street. T%/rYNDERT VAN G U YSLING h asi j u s t 1V 1 received and is now opening, in addition to his former stock, an assortment of F a i n t l y C r o c k e r y , Glass K a r s . *c- « »■ « is determined to sell at a very small advance. Among his stock are tho following, \ u . . — Imperial, Old Hyson, ? Y o u n g H y s o n , G « n p o v v - S % « jvf v J * Jw A * s H y s o n S k i n ; S u c h o n g & ^ Bohea „ _ . J Loaf and Lump, St. Grok, IS. Or- J S U G A R S ; le a n s a n d M u s c o v a d o _ S Chocolate, Coffee and llice ; G i n g e r , P e p p e r and P i m e n t o ; N u t m e g s , C l o v e s and C i n n a m o n ; S p a n i s h float and B e n g a l I n d i g o ; Virginia plug and Cavendi sh Tobacco; T o b a c c o P i p e s and Segars ; Allum, Copperas and Saltpetre ; S y r u p s and N . O r l e a n s M o l a s s e s ; L o r il lard’s, M a c c o b y and S c o t c h S n u f f ; Bar and Shaving Soap; C a n d l e s and S o a p ; Coarse and Liverpool Salt; S i l v e r and L u s t r e B l a c k L e a d ; Writing, Letter and Wrapping Paper; S u l p h u r and E p s o m S a l t s ; Codfish and Scaled Herring; 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 l a s s , P u t t y , & c . iSse.^ Scenectuiht, September 22, 183.). ___ l rR E F O R B O W E L C o m ­ p l a i n t s . —Dr. D. J a y n e s ’ Carmina­ tive Balsam.—A safe and cftoetual remedy lor most diseases of the Stomach und Bowels,such as Diarrhoea or Looseness, Dysentery, Chole­ ra Morbus, Cramp, Cholic, V o mUing,Sick or Nervous Headache, Sickness at the Stomach, & c. and that frequent and fatal malady among children termed Cholera Infantum, or Summer Complaint. It is very pleasant to the taste, and will readily be taken by children. Its suc­ cess has never been unrivalled, and it is now used in the practice o fa great number o f physi­ cians, many of whom have forwarded certifi­ cates detailing cures o f great importance.— Hundreds of certificates have been received from physicians, clergymen, and families of the first respectability, who have used it, nnd have testified to its great utility, may be seen by calling on any of tho agents for the sale of this medicine. Tiie following from Dr. M. L. Knapp, late physician to the Baltimore D is­ pensary, und agent of the Maryland Vaccine Institution, is deomed sufficient: Baltimore, .March With, 1833. D r . J a y n e : D e a r S i r — Y o u a s k m e w h a t proofs I m e e t u i t h o f th e efficacy o f v o u r m e d i c i n e . I c a n safely s a y that I n e v e r pi e s c r i b e d a m e d i c i n e for b o w e l c o m p l a i n t s th a t h a s g iv e n m e so m u c h s a t i s f a c t i o n , a n d my p a t i e n t s s o speod v a n d p e r feet re l i e f a s this. W h e n e v e r in t r o d u c e d into a fa m i ­ ly,it b e c o m e s a s t a n d i n g r e m e d y f or th o s e uiiluients, a n d is called for a g a i n a n d a g a i n , w h i c h 1 th i n k a p r e t t y g o o d p r o o f o f its u s e f u l n e s s a n d efficacy, l a th e S u m m e r C o m p l a i n t o f c h i k h c n , it h a s fie- q u e t u l y a p p e a r e d to s n a t c h th e little victims, a s it w e r e , from t h e g i n v o . “ It s a v e d th e Ul« ol my child, a n d o f s u c h a n d s u c h a c h i l d , \ 1 h a v e r e ­ p e a t e d l y h e a r d said. In dysenteric, affections o f nud u lt s , 1 h a v e tim e a n d a g a in s e e n it a c l like a c h a r m , u n d g i y c p e r m a n e n t r e l i e f in a few h o u r s , I m a y s a y iu a few m i n u t e s . In line il is_n v a l u a ­ ble m e d i c i n e , a n d no family s h o u l d be w i t h o u t it. Respectfully, M. L. KNAPP, M. D. I t i s h o p e d t h a t all will p e r c e i v e t h e tr u e v a l u e o f this m e d i c i n e , a n d by re s o r t i n g lo a n ea r l y use o f it p r e v e n t m a n y a t t a c k s o f d a n g e r o u s illness, a n d p r e s e r v e m a n y v a l u a b l e lives. F o r sa l e by D r . t>, J a y n e , S a l e m , N . J . ; at w h o l e s a l e and r e ­ ta i l , by A . B. Si D . S a n d s , druggists, 100 F u l t o n , corn e r W i l l i a m st. N e w Y o r k , o n l y w h o l e s a l e a- g e n t s for th e S t a t e ; a n d by M e s s . R . F U L L E R 8 s C o . , No. 99 S t a l e - S l t c e t S c h e n e c t a d y IN. Y . J u l y 271/t. 1836 . 330/«6 MAX • ! 0 9 1 © IN WINE OB W ATER. T HES£tftilibrated bitters are composed purely of Vegetables of the most innocent yet spe­ cific viitues. They are recommended particularly for restoring weak constitutions, cleansing and strengthening the stomach, and increasing the ap­ petite—also a preventive against the cholera mor­ bus, fever-and-aguc, removing uaiisca, vomiting, heart burning, weakness in the breast, pain in the stomach and oilier symptoms of flatulence and in­ digestion. One box will tincture one gallon. Price 23 cents a box. Russell's Vegetable Billious Pills, or Fam ­ ily Physic , For general use, in case of Jaundice, morbid sensibility of the stomach nnd bowels, loss of ap­ petite, foetid breath, costiveness, Piles, and nll„dis eases at ising from biliary deraogemcnts,—also for correcting the state of the blood, and cleansing the system ot foul and viscid humors. These pills are a mild cathaitic, producing neither pains nor giiping, and are therefore a valuable and highly approved medicine, and are pronounced as such by tho most distinguished physicians. Each box contains 38 Pills. Price 37* cents a box. RitsselVs celebrated S a il Rheum Ointment. This is unquestionably the best and safest rem­ edy ever yet offered to the public for that obstinate disorder the S alt UliEUM. Where other means have failed, it lias succeeded, and the fact that it has been extensively used by eminent Practitioners speaks volumes in its praise. It is equally effica­ cious in nil diseases of the skin, scald head, ring worms, and the most inveterate Itch, &.C.&C. Nu- meious ceriilicetes might be obtained, but the pro­ prietor chooses that a fair trial should be the only evidence ol its superior efficacy. Price 50 cents a box.. . Russell's Itch Ointment. This choice and sale ointment is said to be su- peiior to any now in use, for that disagreeable and loathsome disease, the ITCH. This ointment is so ceiiain in its operation that no person troubled with the above disorder ought lo lie without it. _ It is a remedy for cutaneous eruptions, scorbutic affections of the head, or any other breaking oat, wliielt arises front sharp humors in the blood. Price 25 cents a hex. [Q’ A fresh supply is just received and for sale l>y l l Fuller 8 i Co. D. & C. H. Tomlinson, Au­ di evv Trunx, Schenectady; Lewis Morris, Water- vliet, (Morrisville); Frederick Crounce, Guilder- land ; and iu most o f the drug stores throughout he United States.— Sept. SI, 1835. 286eow T T f i Q B T A B L B P U L I S O N A X I T X S A X r - 1 # S A M , is th e m o s t v a l u a b l e le u i c d y n o w in u s e for C o u g h s , C o l d s , A s t h m n , o r P h t h i s i c C o n ­ s u m p t i o n , W h o o p i n g C o u g h a n d P u l m o n a r y a f f e c ­ tions o f ev e r y k i n d . I t s sale is steadil y in c r e a s i n g a n d th e p r o p r i e t o r s a t e c o n s t a n t l y r e c o y i n g th e m o s t fa v o r a b i e a c c o u n t s o f its effec ts. T h e fol­ lo w in g n e w c e r t i f i c a t e s a r e off e re d for jiublic e x ­ a m ination ! From Or. William Perry. 1 h a v e w i t n e s s e d t h e effects o f th e V e g e t a b l e P u l m o n a r y B a l s a m , a n d h a v e no h e s i t a n c y in e x ­ pres s i n g it a s my b e l i e f t h a t it is a s a f e , c o n v e n ­ ie n t , a n d ve ry efficacious m e d i c i n e . R e s p e c t f u l l y y o u r s . W I L L I A M P E R R Y , ftl. D. E x e t e r , N . H . J u l y 1 7 , 1832. From . D r . T r u m a n A b e ll. F o r th e last live y e a r s o f my p r a c t i c e 1 h a v e h a d th e sa t i s f a c t i o n to w i t n e s s th e be n e f i c ia l e f ­ fe c t s o f th e V e g e t a b l e P u l m o n a r y B a l s a m iu m a ­ ny c a s e s o f o b s t i n a t e c o u g h , a n d o t h e r affecti o n s o f t h e lungs. I w o u l d t h e r e f o r e c o n f i d e n t l y r e ­ c o m m e n d its u s e in all c o m p l a i n t s o f t h e c h e s t as b e i n g e q u a l i f n o l s u p e r i o r , to an y o t h e r m e d i c i n e w i t h i n uiy k n o w l e d g e . T R U M A N A B E L L , M . D . L e m p s l e r , N . II . D e o . 3 , 1 8 3 3 . F io m D r . T h o m a s B r o w n . T h e V e g e t a b l e P u l m o n a r y B a l s a m h a s b e e n e x ­ tensively u s e d , in th e s e c t i o n o f t h e c o u n t r y w h e r e I re s i d e , f o r s e v e r a l y e a r s p a s t , a n d h a s justly a c ­ q u i r e d a high r e p u t a t i o n ia c o n s u m p t i v e c o m ­ plaints. S o far a s my k n o w l e d g e e x t e n d s it lias n e v e r d i s a p p o i n t e d th e r e a s o n a b l e e x p e c t a t i o n o f th o s e w h o h a v e used it. T H O S . B R O W M , M . D. C o n c o r d , N . II. M a y I I , 1833. F i o m D r , S a m u e l M o r r i l , t o th e P r o p i i c t o r s o f th V e g e t a b l e P u l m o n a r y B a l s a m . 1 a m satisfied t h a t th e V e g e t a b l e P u l m o n a r y B a l sain, is a valu a b l e m e d i c i n e . It h a s b e e n used in this p l a c e with c o m p l e t e s u c c e s s in a n o b s t in a t e c o m p l a i n t o f th e lu n g s , a t t e n d e d with a se v e r e c o u g h , loss o f voic e , a n d t h e raising o f m u c h blood w h i c h h a d p r e v i o u s ly resis t e d m a n y a p p r o v e d pro scriptior.s. A f t e r using t b e B a l s a m o n e w e e k , the p a t i e n t ’s voic e r e t u r n e d a u d he w a s able to s p e a k au d ib l y . T h i s c a s e o c c u r r e d s o m e ti me s i n c e , anc th e m a n is n o w e n g a g e d n o t on ly in activ e b u t in la b o r i o u s buis n e s s . R e s o e c t f u l l y y o u r s , &tc. S A M U E L M O R R 1 L U o n c o r d , N . H . J a n . 30, 1832. F r o m M r . S a m u e l E v e r e t t . I n O c t o b e r 1830, I w a 3 a t t a c k e d with ai co u g h a c c o m p a n i e d with a s e v e r e pain in th e side a n d difficulty o f b r e a t h i n g . I re s o r te d to s e v e r a l r e m e ­ dies b u t w i t h o u t effect, l u J a n u a r y 1 3 3 1 , 1 w a s a t t e n d e d by a skilful ph y s i c i a n , a n d su b s e q u e n t l y t e c c i v e d Ihe ad v i c e ol sev e r a l o t h e r s , b u t th e d is ­ e a s e st eadily i n c r e a s e d ; the c o u g h w a s i ncosssanl, a t t e n d e d with a bloody offensive e x p e c t o r a t i o n ; my flesh w a s w a s t e d , m y feet sw ollen a n d mv st r e n g t h e x t r e m e l y re d u c e d . In Apt il, my case sc e n t e d uUeily hopele s s , I w a s told by my p h y s i ­ c i a n s th a t m e d i c i n e c o u l d be o f no furth e r servic e to m e a n d it w a s not e x p e c t e d by any o f mv friends that I c o u l d su r v iv e a m o n t h , in this situation mv d a u g h t e r p r o c u r e d a bottle o f t h e V e g e t a b l e P u l ­ m o n a r y B a l s a m , (w h ie l i s h e liad Iteaul highly r e ­ c o m m e n d e d for s i m i l a r c o m p l a i n t s ) a n d pre v a i l e d on m e t o m a k e trial o f it. Its u se w a s i n t e n d e d with th e m o s t u n e x p e c t e d a n d h a p p y results. It gave m e i m m e d i a t e roliel a n d o n e bottle effected a c u r e . I h a v e sittcc b e e n fr e e li u m pain in th e side, a n d c o u g h , e x c e p t in t h e c a s e o f c o m m o n colds. SAMUEL EVERETT. B o s t o n M a r c h 1, 1832 JjT 3 Counterfeits ! bewa re o f imposi tion.^fj^ E a c h g e n u i n e b o t t l e is e n c l o s e d in a b l u e w r a p ­ p e r , o n w h i c h is a y e l l o w label si g n e d S a m p s o n i I k e d . icr N O N E O T i l E li CAM B E GENUINE. T h e g r e a t cell Ip ny o f t h e g e n u i n e v e g e t a b l e p u l m o n a r y b a l s a m , tias b e e n the c a u s e o f a t t e m p t s to in l i o d u c e spin i ons articles, w h i c h by partially issum i o g the n a m e o f th e g e n u i n e , a r e c a l c u l a t e d lo d e c e i v e tiie public. A m o n g th e s e itiixiuies a t e the “ A m e r i c a n F u i m o n u r y S n l s u m , ” “ V e g e t a b l e P u l m o n a r y B a l s a m i c S y r u p , \ u n d o th e r s . P u t - c h a s e r s sho u l d in q u i r e lo r th e t r u e a r t i c l e bv its w h o l e n a m e , tho V E G E T A B L E P U L M O N A R Y B A L S A M , a r i l see lhal it h a s t h e m a t Us anti th e sig n , t i m e ol the g e n u i n e . E a c h bottle a n d s e a l is s t a m p e d /VgcMZ'Zr P u l m o n a ru B a lsam . T a , ' 1! e\ v ° Co nl:5, For S'de w h o l e s a l e an d retail b\ W . Bay, c o r n e r o f S o u t h M a i k e t a n d Sta t e st r e e t s , A l b a n y . Also by B. 1 . f t l Y N D E R S E , state s t r e e t , Schencctadv — Get. 27, 1833. 1\291* C O A C H M A H Z m , W A R D Ac R O S S , grateful for past favors, take this method of informing their frien d s an d the p u b l i c in g e n e r a l , that th e y ttill continue the COACH MAKING b u s i n e s s , *t their old stan d a few doors e a s t of Mr. D a v i s ’ and Mr. Ledyard’s, in State-street, where they intend to keep ready made, POST COACHES, LIGHT CARRIAGES -and WAGONS, o f vari­ ous description?, which they intend shall be as well made, and in n? good style as made else­ where. They have and intend to keep good and faithful workmen, und thereby be able to Attend to any call with which they are favoured, with iHWtne** aud despatch. C A R R I A G E S o f anv description repair­ ed, and M .A C K S M m ifS t i of all kinds done at the shortest notice, and on reasonable terms Schm tvhuly, January 1 „ 1S3-L I 1 Y G E I A N V K G E T A I I U K F I S I V E B S A L M E D I C I N E S * O f tbe B r itish College o f E A L T H . H1C1I have obtained the approbation and recommendation o f some thou­ sands of c u r e s . These pills can in no way be overdone.— E x p e r i e n c e , w h i c h is t h e t o u c h s t o n e of a l l h u ­ m a n knowledge, has long been testimony to th e f a c t , a n d a n e x t e n s i v e u s e o f t h e m h a s al­ ready verified its truth in this country. T h e s e C e l e b r a t e d M e d i c i n e s a r e f o r sale, a t the store of tho subscriber, the only place in this city or vicinity, whero they can bo had, as there is no other agent in this cily or vioin it y , f o r t h e g e n u i n e H y g e i n P i l l s . |HF» subscriber also has on hand and offers _ for sale, Snperfino and fine Flour by Ibe barrel or less quantity; also, W heat Middlings, Rye. and Buckwheat Flour, und Indian Meal; Bran, Ship Stuff, Oats and Corn; Moss Pork by tho barrel or less quantity; Smoked Hams and Shoulders; H o g ’s Lard, Butter and Cheese; Nos. i , 2 ancl 3 Mackerel ; Herring by the b o x ; Codfish by the quintail or less; Mess Shad ; Coarse and fine W estern Salt & Sack Salt; Imperial, Hyson, Young Hyson, and Hyson Skin T e a s ; Sugar House, Porto Rico, and Now-Or- Icans Molasses ; Loaf, Lump, St. Croix, New-Orleans, and Sugar llouso Sugars; Pepper, Pimento, Cloves, Nutmegs <$• Cin­ namon ; Mould and Dipt Candlos ; Bur and Shaving Soap ; Glass, 7 by 9 and 8 by 10 ; Box and Ivog R a isins; Allum, Copperas and Sail Petro ; Spanish Float I n d igo; Coffee and Chocolate ; Mustard and Poland Starch ; Rope and Bed Cords ; C a v e n d i s h , C u t u n d P l u g T o b a c c o ; Brooms, Pails and Wash Tubs ; Crockery, Glass, Stone Ware &. Furnaces Soap and Candles by the b o x ; with many other articles in his lino of busi­ ness not mentioned here. R IC H A R D M ILLER, corner of State and Washington-sts. Schenectady, March 29th, 1836. 313 D y s p e p s i a . Ac L i v e r C o m p l a i n t s . IIE Patent Mcdioince Stomachicro ot He pnticto, formed by ohymioal analysis and synthesis o f sevoral proximate vogetablo prin­ ciples, aro univorsally acknowledged lo huvo totally eclipsed tho pretensions of every other remedy, and superceded tho necessity o f e v e ­ ry other mode o f treatment, wherever the a- bove diseases aro found to exist, as w e ll as in enlargement o f the Sjtleen and in Jaundice. Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia and Li­ ver complaints, are flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach, melancholy, irritabil­ ity, disagreeable tasto in the mouth; great ir­ regularity of appetite, which is sometimes vo­ racious, and at other times greatly deficient; thirst, fetid breath, nuuseu, weakness o f the stomach, acid eructations, palpitation, drow­ siness, irregularity of the bow els, pressure on the stomach after meals, pain in the head, diz­ ziness or vertigo; confusion of mind, attended with loss of memory, a gnawing in the sto­ mach when empty, chilliness, affection o f sight and hearing, pain and weakness in the back, languor, disturbed sleep, cold feet and hands, tremor, unousinoss in the throat, cough, pain in tho side or breast. During the last year, thousands with joy would testify to their great efficacy like the follow ing: From the Georgia Telegraph, edited by Dr.Jit.Bart­ lett C. E. Bartlett, Esq, dated July 3 d, 1834. Dyspkpsia.— Persons afflicted with iliis fash­ ionable, and hitherto considered almost incurable disease, are under lasting obligations to the scien­ tific skill and research of Dr. J . P. Peters. The preptu utions of this gentleman for the cure of Dj s- pcpsiu nnd Liver complaints, have obtained an ex­ tensive and desened celebrity, and we feel that wc are doing an important service to the afflicted, in recommending them to the Public. Dr. P. has been regularly educated to the profession of Med- cine—is a graduate o f a respectable Medical Col­ lege,and has been licensed to practice by tbe Med­ ical Board of Georgia. We have been marie ac­ quainted with the composition of Lis medicine,and consider il a scientific preparation; it is purely vegetable, and well calculated for the removal of the complaints for w hich it is recommended. No harm ean resell from its use. We have seen its beneficial results iu several cases that have conic under our own observation. Laurens co. Ga. Nov. 'ith, 1883. To whom it may concern .—The undersigned was severely afflicted with a Dyspeptic and Diver affec­ tion for many years, and followed the advice ol Physicians considered eminent in their prolession, without being benefiited. I finally hied if'.Peters' Atedicinai Stomachiccv el llepaliccc ; and tiller mak­ ing use of two parcels, found mysell restored^ to pei feet health : my countenance, instead of being pale and haggard, resumed its former licalihlul appearance, and incredible as? it may appear, I gained nearly twenty pounds .ulditioiud weight tn the short space of ten weeks. ^ It is live months since 1 stopped taking the MeiMcine, arul 1 have felt no letmn of the disease, nor have I lelt the least reason lo suspect that I shall. 1 would em- nosily recommend all persons similatly nlllicleu to make trial of tho same remedy. BRYAN ALLEN. Prepared by Joseph Priestley Peters, JVL .D. at his Institution for the cure of Chronic Dis­ eases, by means of vegetable remedies, No. 12J Liberty-street, New-York, Inventor and solo Proprietor. N. B .—T o prevent imposition, each box of the genuine Medicine will have a Facsimile oj the Proprietor’s signature on the label; it vvill also be on the directions, circulars, and show­ bills accompanying thorn, and his name will he stamped on the bottles. The above invaluable. Medicines may be had. in 1 Jar (ford, Conn. oj Harvey Seymour; in Ncw- Ihiven, of Win T. Peters; in New-London, of Sias/tr A- Stoddard ; in Providence, o f Dr. /. W adsworth; in Boston, of Pirrson $ Iloland; in Albany of 21. M. Meigs, and in all the. pri.i- cinal towns in lhe United Slates. In Seliaieeht- di, they map be. had o f Dr. ANDREW TR UA X, !U2i State-slrcct.—July 25, 1836. 33t)?/i6 Also for sale as above, Dr. Peters’ VEGE­ TABLE ANTI-BILLIOUS p i l l s . O T - t C J i ! h s r e b y g i v e r , t h a t a p p l i e s - t i o n w i l l b e m a d e t o t h e l e g i s l a t u r e o f t h e s t a t e o f N e w - Y o r k , u t i t s n e x t s e s s i o n , f o r a c h a r t e r f o r a b a n k t o b e l o c a t e d in t h e c i t y o f S c h e n e c t a d y , w i t h a c a p i t a l o f ^ 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 , u n d e r t h e n a m e o f t h e C a n a l B a n k o f t h e C i t y o f S c h e n e c t a d y . — J u ly 1 4 , 1 9 3 0 . 3 2 9 w 6 S c h e n e c t a d y Uopptr, T i n & S h e e t I r o n F a c t o r y . T H E su b s c r i b e r s are prepared to m a k e T a t c - n e r ’s H e a t e r ? , Pump C h a m b e r s , F o r c e I ' U m p s , S t e a m B o i l e k s , C o p p e r a n d S h e e t I r o n C o l o r i n g K e t t l e ? a n d C o p p e r W o r k o f e v e r y d e s c r i p t i o n , S t i l l s e x c e p t e d . C L U T E & B A I L E Y . S e p t e m b e r 2 8 , 1 8 3 3 . _ _ ____ _ M F C U I N D E F A T I G A B L E E X P E R I E N C E D U . C O O K E A T H O M E . A l b a n y l o c k d i s i t . n s a R Y , N o . 2 , S t o t e L a n e , t w o tl o o is f r o m G r e e n - s t r e e t , exclu s iv e l y d e v o t e d t o t h e t r e a t m e n t a n d p r e v e n ­ tion o f a c e r t a i n c la s s o f d i s e a s e s . — D r . C o o k e c o n t i n u e s to b e co n s u l t e d a s u s u a l , at itis office, i n .ill d e l i c a t e d i s e a s e s a r i s i n g from a n i m p u r e s t a t e o f t h e blo o d , a n d u n d e r t a k e s to c u r e , positiv ely a n d effectually, w i t h o u t c o n f i n e m e n t o r h i n d r a n c e from b u s i n e s s , a c e r t a i n d i s e a s e , w h i c h a l o n e e n g a g e s his w h o l e a t t e n t i o n in all its s t a g e s , on m o d e r a t e te r m s . R e ­ c e n t c a s e ? lie r e m o v e s in a le w d a y s , without th e aid o f m e r c u r y . Stran g e r s are respectfully appris­ ed th a t D r . C . h a s h a d m u c h e x p e r i e n c e in this line o f his p r o f e s s i o n , a i t h e A l b a n y L o c k D i s p e n ­ sary , a n e s t a b l i s h m e n t o f ce l e b r i t y a n d re p u t e , w h e r e liis s k i l l lias been Vjjsliv distinguished, i n a s ­ m u c h a s m s u p p r e s s th e m o s t o b s i i m u e , m a l i g n a n t an d d o u b t f u l c a s e s , solely with t h e aid o f p u t e ve ­ g e t a b l e physical p o w e r s , w h i c h afford t h e most c e r t a i n , e x p e d i t i o u s a n d f a v o r a b l e results ever vet p l a c e d at t h e dis p osal or i n t h e h a n d s o f m a n , l o r th e effectual p i c v e u l t o n a n d r e m o v a l o f this l o a t h ­ s o m e c l a s s o f d i s e a s e s . Dr. G ’s g r e a t p r o f e s s i o n ­ al e x p e t i e n c e , his well k n o w n , d e c i d e d a n d u n ­ doubted respectability, circumstances nnd integri ty, a i d e d by his u n i f o r m k i n d a n d in d e f a t i g a b l e a t ­ te n t i o n , s y m p a t h y n n d h u m a n i t y t o w a r d s his p a ­ tients, a r e u n i v e r s a l l y a c k n o w l e d g e d — a n d u n d e r this i m p r e s s i o n n o n e n e e d to d e s p a i r o f a c o m ­ p le t e r e c o v e r y a n d s o u n d con s t i t u t i o n , by a p p ly i n g at this D i s p e n s a r y , * \ h e r e a m e d i c i n e is a l s o p t e - pate.d w h i c h will p r e v e n t th e fo r m a ti o n o f v e n e r a l d i s e a s e in an y f o r m , if u s e d w i t h i n tw e n t y - f o u r h o u r s , a c c o r d i n g to d i r e c t i o n . S e p a r a t e offices pro v i d e d , so t h a l in v a l i d s c a n n o t be e x p o s e d to e a c h o t h e i s o b s e r v a t i o n s . All c a s e s g u a r a n t e e d . N o d i e t i n g r e q u i r e d in o r d i n a r y c a s e s , a n d the most h o n o r a b l e s e c r e c y a t all ti m e s m o s t strictly o b s e r v e d . I n d i v i d u a l s a t a d i s t a n c e , w h o m a y h a v e c o n t r a c t e d v e n e r e a l d i s e a s e , o r su s p e c t la ­ te n t pois o n , will r e c e i v e i m m e d i a t e a d v i c e a n d a t ­ t e n t i o n , by w r i t i n g th e o u t l i n e s o f t h e i r re s p e c t i v e si t u a t i o n s j a n d m e d i c i n e s , su i t a b l e for t h e i r c a s e s ca r e f u ll y f o r w a r d e d lo an y sec t i o n o f th e U m o t n w i t h e x p l i c i t d i r e c t i o n s i n p a m p h l e t fo r m . All ciy, lette r s m u s t b e h a n d e d in— c o u n t r y le t te r s post paid, P e r s o n a l a t t e n d a n c e fi o m 9 A. M . to 9 P . M . O f f i c e , N o . 2 . S t o r e - L a n k , A l b a n y . [ O ' D o n ’t m i s t a k e t h e N a m e a n d N u m b e r . August 19, 1834. \1 7 t r E S P E U T F U L L Y T O T H E P U B ­ L I C , — I n a d d i t i o n to t h e m a n y r e f e r e n c e s a l r e a d y g i v e n to t h e p u b l i c , a n d o t h e r s in poss es sio n , D r . VV. E V A N S will n o w r e f e r t o M r . J o h n G t b s o n ; o f N o r t h 4 t h st. W i l l i a m s b u r g , w h o h a s b e e n D o u b t e d w i t h tb e R h e u m a t i s m lo r 3 y e a r s , a n d lo r n i n e m o u t h s h a d to u s e c u d d i e s , h a s b e e n so fa r r c s t o t e d to h e a l t h , by using a le w b o t t l e s o f C a m o m i l e anti a few b o x e s o f A p e r i e n t P i l l s , th a t lie feels a b l e to go to w o r k a g a i n M r s . W h i t e , 608 W a l e r - s t r e e t , by u s i n g t w o b o t ­ tles o f C a m o m i l e P il ls , h a s b e e n g r e a t l y b e n e fi it e d — s h e feels better than sh e has in a y e a r p r e v i o u s . Her disease, Dyspepsia and Palpitation of the heart. M r . W i l s o n S n o w h a s b e e n c u r e d o f D y s p e p s i a , by t a k i n g tw o b o t t l e s o f C a m o m i l e a n d t w o b o x e s o f D r . VV. E v a n s ’ A p e r i e n t P i l l s . H i s r e s i d e n c e is 3 5 4 W a l e r - s t r e e t . S t e p h e n A m o s , 127 A n i i t y - s t r c e t , for a l e n g t h o f time p a s t h a s b e e n D o u b l e d with a load a n d d i s ­ tress a t th e s t o m a c h , ind i g e s t i o n , a n d d i z z i n e s s in th e h e a d — by using D r . VV. E v a n s ’ C a m o m i l e a n d A p e r i e n t P i l l s , th e c o m p l a i n t s h a v e b e e n r e m o v ­ ed. M r s , R a p e l y e a , M i d d l e t o w n , L . 1., h a s b e e n c u r e d by using D r . W . E v a n s ’, P i l l s . H e r c o m ­ p la i n t, D y s p e p s i u . M r s. B l a c k w e l l , 161 M a d i s o n - s t r e e t , bu s r e c e i v ­ ed g r e a t benefit, by u s i n g t h e C a m o m i l e u n d A p e ­ r i e n t Pills. C a p t . J . S t e w a r t , o f t h e sh i p W i l l i a m s , h a s b e e n so f a r r e s t o r e d t o h e a l t h , a s to b e e n a b l e d to a t t e n d to his b u s i n e s s , h a v i n g b e e n u n a b l e to d o so Ibr a long ti me. H i s c o m p l a i n t s w e r e n e r v o u s i r r i t a ­ bility, wit!) s p a s m s , often lan g u i d , indigestion a n d p a l p i t a t i o n o f th e h e a r t . H e h a s u s e d fo u r bottles o f D r. W . E v a n s ’ C a m o m i l e a n d t h r e e b o x e s o f A p e r i e n t Pills. M r . Is r a e l S . S m i t h , 92 H e s t e r - s l r e e t , h a d a c o m p l i c a t i o n o f d i s e a s e s , s u c h as i n d i g estio n , loss o f a p p e t i t e , las situde a n d lo a t h in g ; lelt as if he did no t w a n t t o s e e a n y o n e . By using th r e e bot ties u f D r . VV. E v a n s ' C a m o m i l e a n d tw o bo x e s o f A p e r i e n t P i l l s , c o n s i d e r s h i m s e l f c u r e d ; he is c h e e r f u l n n d li v e ly —sa y s h e h a s not f e lt a s well in ten y e a r s . M r s . N o l a n , c o r n e r o f S p r i n g & M e r c e r - s t r e e t s , d i s e a s e in t h e h e a d , w a s ob li g e d so m e t i m s to w a l k th e floor all night, th e dis tres s w a s so g r e a t ; g r e a t ­ ly relie v e d by using th e C a m o m i l e a u d A p e r i e n t Pills, T O T H E L A D I E S . A m o n g s t t h o u s a n d s o f la d i e s b e n e f i t e d by D r . W . E v a n s ’ C a m o m i l e Pil ls , M i s . M . B e a u m o n t ( c o r n e r o f C a n a ! nn d W n s h i n g t o n - s t r e e t s . ) h a s kindly a l l o w e d it t o be m a d e k n o w n Ibr th e benefit o f o t h e r s , t h a t sh e w a s b r o u g h t ( by m e n t a l affliction) >o a very w e a k a n d b a d s t a t e o f H e a l t h , with p a i n s in th e side a n d h e a d , w a s r e c o m m e n d e d to t a k e D r . VV. E v a n s ’ C a m o m i l e Pills , w h i c h s h e lias d o n e to h e r c o m ­ fort o f m i n d a n d re s to r a t io n o f he a l t h . M R S . M . B E A U M O N T . T O T H E A F F L I C T E D — F o r the b e n e f i t of th e p u b l i c , a n d in g r a t i t u d e to D r . W . E v a n s , I c o n s i d e r it a Utitv I o w e to m a k e k n o w n th e g r e a t go od I h a v e tleiived from E V A N S ’ C A M O M I L E P I L L S . H a v i n g b e e n five y e a r s afflicted with D y s p e p s i a o f th e w o i s t k i n d , I mad* a p p l i c a ­ tions t o n u m e r o u s s o u r c e s w it h o u t benefit, b u t by th e use o f t h r e e bottles o f E v a n ’s C a m o m i l e P i l l s , a n d t h r e e b o x e s o f E v a n s ’ A p e r i e n t P il ls , 1 h a v e fo u n d signal r e l i e f f ull t o m y sa t i s f a c t i o n , a n d a m m o r e h e a l t h y th a n 1 h a v e b e e n for in a n y y e a r s . — T h e sy m p t o m s ( w h i c h w e r e p a i n in th e chest, w e a k n e s s in t h e w h o l e f r a m e , h e a r t - b u r n , flatu ­ lency, acid i ty , a n d h e a d - a c h e , ) a r e all rem o v e d . I d e l i v e r this te s t i m o n y o v e r to D r . E v a n s , for his m d th e public benefit, for it to be m a d e k n o w n . — I h e r e b y sign m y n a m e a n d a d d r e s s . E D W A R D R H O D E S , 95 C r o s b y st. N . Y - T h e following p e r s o n s h a v e b e e n benefited a u d c u r e d o f dif ferent c o m p l a i n t s , as D y s p e p s i a , C o n ­ s u m p t i o n , Bilious a n d L i v e r C o m p l a i n t s , H e a d ­ a c h e , W e a k n e s s , F e m a l e C o m p l a i n t s , N e i v o u s D i s e a s e s , S p a s m s , a n d o t h e r s o f all th o s e c o m ­ p la i n ts fu r w h i c h th o s e Pills m e so efficacious. Air. S A M U E L A l c C U L L Y , 4 3 1 P e a r l - s t i e e t . M r . J . G I L L 1 S , Alilton, U l s t e r c o . N . Y. M r . A. 11A Y E T , 21 7 B r o o m e - s t r e e L M r . C L A R K , 482 VVutei-street. C a p t a i n J O H N C L A R K , o f s hip J e f f e r s o n . D r . VV. E v a n s — S i r : T h a t th e pu b li c m a y be satisfied wit I) th e v ir tu e s o f y o u r C a m o m i l e a n d Original Owners. H e i r s o f Jacob F o n d a , Ileirs of Catharine Visger, Isa a c C h r i s t e y a u n s e , Heirs o f John B. Vrooman, Ileirs of Albert I. Vedder, Philip 1’. Van Patten, Ileirs of Abm. Schermerhorn, Ucirs of Abm. Mabee, Mam Bradt, Nicholas Rovee, llagadorn, I eter llott, former owner, John I. Van Vorst, present owner, H e i r s o f M inderc Bradt, Frederick I. Clute, E l e a z e r D o w s , Wessell Wessells, Samuel Shelly, Henry A. Merselis, Garret Bradt, James Jellis Van Voast, H e i r s o f Jaco b Scherm e r h o r n , John C. Haverly, John Shufeldt, Daniel Clute, origina fewner, Heller & Chapman, supposed lo be tfie presen t o w n e r s , Ileirs of Abm. Swits, Frederick Do Graff, D a v i d M i n k l a e r , original o w n e r , j> Jacob Deforrcst, present owner, ) N o . 2, L N O T I C ' l s L — I n pursuance of a resolution passed by the Common Council of tl.e ciiy o f Schenec­ tady, on the 7th day of June inst. notice is hereby given, that unless the Q.utt-RenU, due upon the lots of land below mentioned, are paid by the fourteenth day o f September next, live s a i d Common Council will proceed by re-entry to recover possession of said Lands. — Schenectady June 14th, 1836. J. M. BOUCK, A lt'yfor the Mayor, Recorder, #c. ofthe cily o f Schenectady. T h e fo l l o w i n g u r e t h e L o t s o f L a n d s r e f e r r e d to, in t h e a b o v e no t i c e , to g e t h e r w i t h t h e n a m e s o f t h » original holders, the annual quit rent reserved upon each Lot, and the town where located. 'A nnncU2t etlt. 37* and 1 2 4 ^ 7 , 25 “ 50 and 30 *( 624 \ 181 <* 12k « 10 lbs. Whm N o . o f L o t . \TPZiere located. 2 , L 1 , L 1 , L 1 . h L L i , h i , L i , L L 1 . l , Lot 12, sub. 2, ) Tract E. ( Lot 27, sub. 1, 5 Tract V. $ 1 , i, Lot 1 ’ 1 , sub. 2 , > fract I. ) l , 1 st Ward and Glenviile, Rotterdam, G l e n v i i l e , First VVard, Rotterdam, Glenviile, do. Rotterdam, do. GlenviUo, d o . , do. do. Rotterdam , do. Glenviile, do. do. do. Rotterdam, Glenviile, Rotterdam, Glenviile, Rotterdam, Glenviile, First ward, Glenviile, Rotterdam, 20 10 49 I bushel) 40 20 l bushel, 10 20 40 40 1 bushel. 10 1 0 10 5 10 u « tt tt it <c it it- a t< a M l $9 95 $4 53 , • 20 boards, 6^ cts. $3 79g “ 10 lbs. wheat W ILLIAMS’ Now-York Annual Register _L>r 1 8 3 6 , j u s t r e c e i v e d a n d f o r s a l e b y June 21. II. B. RICHARDS. O X S O J B * — A l l p e r s o n s w h o a r o i m l o b t - 1 ^ 1 e d t o t h o e s t a t e o f R i c h a r d At. C o o k e , l a t o o l ' t h c c i t y o f S c h e n e c t a d y , d e c e a s e d , b y n o t e , b o o k a c c o u n t o r o t h e r w i s e , a r e r e q u e s t ­ e d t o c a l l u p o n J a m e s M . B o u c k . a t t o r n e y a t l a w . w h o is a u t h o r i s e d t o c o l l e c t t h e s a m e . — D a t e d S c h e n e c t a d y . M a y 3 0 t h , 1 8 3 6 . A N N A D . C O O K E , E x e c u t r i x , $ c . 3 2 2 t f q f R i c h a r d AT. C o o k e , deceased. ELECTION- YO t T c r A G E N E R A L E L E C T I O N is to be held in th e c o u n t y o f S c h e n e c t a d y , on the 7 t h , 8 th, •and 9 th da y s o f N o v e m b e r n e x t ; at w h i c h will be c h o s e n th e officets m e n t i o n e d in the n o t i c e from t b e S e c r e t a r y o f S t a t e , a n d th e postsc r i p t a n n e x e d th e r e t o , bo th ol w h i c h a t e h e r e t o su b j o in e d . W i t ­ ness my h a n d a t S c h e n e c t a d y , the 20th d a y o f J u ­ ly, 1336. ftl. P U T M A N , S h e r i ff . S tate o f N e w - Y o r k , S e c r e tary's Olfwe, ) A l b a n y , . M y h i , 1836.\ ) S i r : — 1 h e r e b y give y o u no t i c e , that nt th e n e x t g e n e r a l election in this st a t e , t o be held on th e 7 th, 8 th, an d 9th d a y s o f N o v e m b e r n e x t , a G o v e r n o r anti L i e u t e n a n t G o v e r n o r a r e lo be elec te d . 1 also g ive y o u notice, that a S e n a t o r is to be c h o s e n in th e third s e n a t e district, in the p l a c e o f P e ­ t e r G u n s e v o o i t, w h o s e te r m o f office will e x p i r e on ihe l a s t d a y o f D e c e m b e r next. A S e n a t o r is also to be c h o s e n a t the s a m e ti me in th e third s e n a t e district, in t h e p l a c e o f J o h n C . K e m b l e , r e s i g n e d , w h o s e te r m o f office will e x p i r e on th e last day o f D e c e m b e r , 1837. J O H N A . D 1 X , Serreatry cf State, T o th e S h e r i f f o f th e c o u n t y o f S c h e n e c t a d y . N . B. T h e in s p e c t o r s o f elec t i o n in t h e se v e r a l to w n s i n y o n r c o u n t y will give n o t i c e o f the e l e c ­ tion o f a R e p r e s e n t a t i v e to C o n g r e s s from th e e- le v e n t h c o n g t e s s i o n n l dis trict, a n d th a t forty-two E l e c t o r s o f P r e s i d e n t a n d Vice P r e s i d e n t a r e also to b e c h o s e n a t th e g e n e r a l elec t i o n a f o r e s a i d . — T h e y will also g ive no t i c e o f t h e elec ti o n o f a M e m ­ b e r o f A s s e m b l y , a n d for filling a n y v a c a n c i e s in c o u n t y offices w h ic h m a y exist. 331td T H E T E E T H ! T H E T E E T H R D R . M . H I T C H C O C K ’ S M A G N E T I C O D O N T I C A . T h e f o l l o w i n g letter i s J u s t received fr o m J , D . E d - u 'a r d s , E s q ., C lerk i i f the eity o f U tica : U t i c a , J u r y 3 , 1S35. * D r . M . H i t c h c o c k : D e a r S i r — H a v i n g used y o u r {{ M a g n e t i c O d o n t i c a \ in m y family for s o m e length o f ti m e , a n d h a v i n g b e c o m e fully satisfied of its u n q u e s t i o n a b l y m e r i t , a n d e n t i r e su p e r i o r i t y o- v e r e v e r y o t h e r m e d i c i n e t h a t h a s c o m e w i thin my k n o w l e d g e , for t h e c u r e o f t h a t t o r m e n t i n g p a i n , t h e tooth a c h e , a n d also for p r e s e r v i n g th e gu m s free from d i s e a s e , a n d re s t o r i n g t h e m to h e a l t h a f ­ te r h a v in g b e c o m e d i s e a s e d , a s well as purifying a n d s w e e t e n i n g th e b r e a t h , I a m in d u c e d , for the b e n e f i t o f th o s e w h o a r e afflicted with d i s e a s e o f (he te e t h a n d g u m s , to offer you my te s ti mony in favor o f so d e s i r a b l e a r e m e d y for th o s e tr o u b l e ­ s o m e c o m p l a i n t s . I a m , d e a r sir, v o u r o b e d ’nt s e r v ’t, J . D . E D W A R D S . D r . ftl. H i t c h c o c k , U t i c a . P i ice 50 c t s . L/cy wi rn, ( A p e r i e n t P il ls , 1 will state , t h a t for a long ti m e 1 h a v e b e e n suffering with a d is tr e s s in my s t o m a c h , pains in my h e a d u n d s i d e , un d often tr o u b l e d with la n g u i d n e v i— s o m e t i m e s vvith pim p le s a n d b l o t c h e s on mv sk i n . By using a few o f yo u r Pills, 1 am greatly benefited, a n d have not the least d o u b t they will effect a cure. Respectfully, yours, U. G . C L A R K , 83 Olivrr-sl. [TJ’ Name? w h i c h are not mentioned may b e i c - ferred to by apply i n g at D r , W . E V A N S ’ office, 7 Division-st., where the P i l l s may be obtained. Q T F T h e a b o v e Pills are Ibr sale by T . J . W H I T ­ C O M B , No. 30, Ferry-street— g e n e r a l ag e n t for the counties o f S c h e n e c t a d y , S a r a t o g a , M o n t g o m e r y an d S c h o h a r i e , a n d by th e following duly a p p o i n t ­ ed agen ts, viz. A. B. Q u a c k e n b u s h , S c h e n e c t a d y . J . T . V a l e n t i n e . Glenviile. J a m e s C o m s t o c k , Bullstnn S p a , S a r a t o g a co. P l i i n e a s F l e t c h e r , S a r a t o g a S p r i n g s , do I W V a r n u m &. C o . M e c h a n i c s v i l l e , S e t h E dtlv, S ti ll w a t e r, T h o m a s S ta l ls , M a l t a , J M u n s o n £4 C o , Gieenfitdtl, 8 . B i/ d i n g 4-. So n , Ch.uYton, J o h n S n n l l m l , A m s t e r d a m , M o n t g o m e r y co. F a n n e r C o n k , J o h n s t o w n , do F i i s h y i l .VlcConk/in, Fu/tonvi/Ze, do Q M . C n / d w e / / , C a n n j o h n i i e , do VV a r n o r Neste//, 1* oi 1 1 /.tin, tlo N . B. B c t v a i e o f counte r fe i ts . G o to his a pointed ag en ts .— 'June 7. 3v3 do do do do do H E A J L T H ! I I E A E T I I ! ! D r . M . H i t c h c o c k ’ s B A L M ok H E A L T H f o r c u r i n g N e r v o u s a n d other D iso r d e r s .— It is said that at t h e spring and fall o f t h e leaf, sthe mortality*!? generally greater than at other s e a s o n s o f the year; but many are s e n t to their long h o m e s at other s e a ­ son s , by nervous disorders, w h ich pervade the w h o l e system with its baneful i n f l u e n c e . T o that d e m o n , thousands have fallen a sacrifice. N e r ­ vous a n d other disorders are cau s e d by using inju­ rious m e d i c i n e s , ex p o s u r e , early injudicioustreat- ent, or nol having recourse in due time to prop­ er rem e d i e s . It is, h o w e v e r , a pleasing co n s o l a ­ tion to the afflicted, to reflect that a rem e d y , D r . M . H i t c h c o c k ’s Balm o f H e a l t h , is now offered litem , w h ich will effectually restore them lo a bliss­ ful enjoym e n t o f health nn dhappiness. E x t r a c t o f a letter from a gen t l e m a n o f the first re s p e c t a b i l i t y : It would be injustice to the afflicted, w e r e I not to inform you that I ntn r e s t o r e d from a state o f deplorable debility, w e a k n e s s , a very bad dry c o u g h , a n d th e h o r r i d train o f sy p t o m s a t t e n d a n t on a nervous com p l a i n t o f long standing by using a fe w bottles o f you r B a l m o f H e a l t h . M y com p l a i n t so em a c i a t e d m e as to be almost i n c a p a ­ ble o f attending to the business in w h ich 1 w a s en ­ gaged. B u t , happily, I can now d e c l a r e that that valuable m e d i c i n e o f yours has restored m e to health, and i n v i g o r a ted my constitution, which had been greatly i m p a i i e d by attention to business. “ I can further assure yon, that my w if e has ta­ k e n the B a l m o f H e a l t h \for a com p l a i n t in her stom a c h , attended with a nervous com p l a i n t , and a variety ol distiessiu g and alarm ing sym p t o m s o f debility*, with su c c e s s , bring now p e r f e c t l y restor­ ed to health. A gentlem a n w r it e s to nte as f o l l o w s : *• 1 w a s long troubled with a nervous complaint, with great trembling, w e a k n e s s s , and lo w n e s s o f spirits, and b e c a m e so reduced as s c a r c e l y to be|a- ble to w a lk or stand on my feet. 1 w a s .afflicted with a bad cough, h e a d a c h e , nnd being constantly in pain o f body and m i n d , I vvas rendered incapa­ ble o f doing anything. I had taken m e r c u r y , pills, and other m e d i c i n e s , w i t h o u t any benefit; but heaiing o f your B a lm o f H e a l t h , I determ i n e d to m a k e use o f it, although 1 w a s greatly prejudiced agaiust vvhat is vulgarly called nostrums or sp e ­ cifics, and soon c o m m e n c e d g e l l i n g better, and be­ fore using the third bottle o f i t ; I am entirely w e l l , w h ich I nttiibute to your truly invaluable B a l m ol H e a l t h , \ P r i c e , $ 1 ,00. D r . R O B E R T S ’ true a n d g e n u i n e W E L C H M E D I C A M E N T U M , P r e p a r e d by D r . M . H i t c h ­ c o c k , for ind i g e s t io n , D y s p e p s i a , 1 L i v e r C o m ­ plaints, R h e u m a t i s m , & c . P r i c e $ 1 . 0 0 . V E G E T A B L E V I R G I N C R E A M C O U G H D R O P S . T h a t m o s t invaluable M e d i c i n e , for C o u g h s , Cold s, H o a r s n e s s , A s t h m a , S h o r t n e s s o f breath, Sic. P r i c e $ 1 , 0 0 . D r . M . H I T C H C O C K ’S F E M A L E P I L L S , w h i c h thousands can testily to their beneficial e f ­ fects, front t h e i r use. P r i c e 50cts. D o c t . S T E R R Y ’S I I A I R R E G E N E R A T O R , w h i c h has acquired by its m e r i t , a gen e t nl c e l e b ­ rity IVotn its s o f t e n i n g and penetrating quality: pro­ ducin g a good head o f hair, and p r e v e n t i n g its fall­ ing off. P r i c e 3 7 i e t s . D r . M . H I T C H C O C K ’S W O R M T E A . — A sovreign rem e d y foi the destruction o f those de- tesittbte verm i n , tin* W o r m s . P r i c e 25ots. D r . E V A N S ’ B E A U T I F Y I N G L O T I O N — S e ­ cond to tio other article now e x t a n t lot its pm-1,ly­ ing and clea n s i n g t h e skin o f all eruptions. 1 n e e 50 Cts. „ „ 03 \ F o r sale by R I C H A R D F U L L E R & Go. Selienec-:.ulv, ngetit for the ptoprictors, A . H ' l c h- co r k Co.,' N o . 117. G t - n e s e e - S t r e o t U t i c a N . Y . July 27th, m Q . 330*6 1%J O T I C E . —The property and effect* o f J-w Stephen Truax, have been assigned to the subscriber. Those who are indebted are required to pay without delay; and those wh« have claims against him, will please present the same for adjustment, at my office. May 23, 1836. 32Itf A. L. LINN. C l I Y OF SCHENECTADY,-—la Commmi Council. Feb. 17, 1836. Resolved, That this board vvill commute for Quit Rents with all persons who shall on or before the first day of January, 1837, pay to the Treasurer of tliis city, such a principal sum tis at the rate of 5 per cent, will produce the nett amount of Quit Renl now chargeable upon the lots so lo be com. muted for. (A copy.) 308 ___________ ABM. VAN INGEN, Clerk Tn Chancery— B e fore the Chancellor. George I. Peck , t’S. I Sherman Lum, William F. Benedict , Sarah y Benedict, William Benedict, and Leiois I P. Lum. j B Y v ir tuoof a decree made in the above entitled cause, I, the subscriber, one q f the masters q fthis court , icitl. sell at public auction, on the twcnty~ ninth day o f September next, at eleven o'clock, in theforciioonofthat day, at the public house kept by Hatvey Davis, in tho city of Schenectady, tAe following premises, to w it: U AU that certain piece or parcel of land, situate in the town q f Glenviile, in tha County of Schenectady, and state of Nao-York, and bounded as foliates : on the west by the lands in possession ofthe heirs q f Simeon Potter, deceased, and on the north by lands qf E li Knapp, on the east by the lands in possession qf Andrew Seaman , aim on the south by the highway and lands note in possession q f Peter CLutc and John Carter, containing on* hundred acres o f land, be the same more or less. —Dated Schenectady, August 17th, 1836. A. C. GIBSON. 333 to 6 M aster in Chancery:- A . L. L in if, Solicitor. f n C h a n c c r y — B e f o r e th e C h a n c e llor . Gcrrit Smith, vs. John S. Scbermerhori B Y virtue of a decree made in the above entitled cause, I, the subscriber , one o f the masters of this court, will sell at public auction, oa the seven­ teenth day o f September next, al eleven o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at tho public house kept by Harvey Davis, in the cily q f Schenectady, the JoUoioing premises, to wit—A ll that certain lot, piece or jtarcel q f land, situate in the second ward of the city o f Schenectady, bounded by commenc­ ing at a stone stuck in the ground a t the south corner, where the old shed o f John S. Schermer­ horn formerly stood, and runsfrom thence along the lot of Judge Smith south seventy-six degrees- and fifty minutes, west five chains and ninety four links, to a stone put in the ground, thence along the lot of D. D. Campbell, south one de­ gree, west one chain and thirty-nine links, and south seventeen and a quarter degrees, west one chain and eighty-seven links, and south twenty- three and three-quarter degrees, west five chains and forty-nine links, and south sixteen degrees, j ccst one chain and twenty-three links, and south eleven and a half degrees, west five chains and thirty-eight links to the northwest corner qf the orchard lot of II. <$- A. Oolhout; thence a long the same south thirty degrees, east six chains a n d thirty-eight links, to the highway leading to Fee­ der's mills, and thence along the same north six­ ty-five and three-quarter degrees, cast ten chains and thirty-seven links, and north sixty degrees , east j five chains and eighty links, to the orchard lot qf General Schermerhorn ; thence along the same north twenty seven and a h a lf degrees, west five chains and seventy eight links, and ncrth. twenty-eight and a half degrees, west nine chains and ten links, and thence north thirty-five de­ grees, west one chain and twenty-eight links to tha place o f beginning, containing twenty-two acres, one rood and seven rods of land.—Dated Seheneetady, Aug. 3,1836. * 3 A. C. GIBSON, 331i/;6 Master in Chancery. A. L. Linn, Solicitor. _____________ _ DEFAULT having been made in me payment of a sunt of money secured to be paid by a mortgage dated the seventeenth day o f November, 1834, ex­ ecuted by John B. Southard and Elizabeth his wife, of Glenviile, in the connty of Schenectady, and state of Nevv-York,and John Mesick, of Scho- dack, state aforesaid, to Eleazer Dows, of the town of Charlton, county of Saratoga and state a- foresaid, which mortgage is recorded in the clerk’s office of the county o f Schenectady, iu book of mortgages L, (L) pages 551, &c. and is of and upon lhe premises described therein as follows-— All that certain piece, parcel or tract of land, ly­ ing and being, situate :n the town of Glenviile, county of Schenectady aforesaid, and lying on tho east side ofthe highway leading from Schenectady to Ballston, and lying southerly of lands lately in the occupancy of Hezckiuh Jennings, beginning at a stake set in the ground in the bounds of the said Jennings’ land, and is the north-east corner of said lot which the said Eleazer Dows purchased front the Trustees of Union College, and runs front thence along the southerly bounds of said Jen­ nings’ lot, north sixty-three degrees west thirty- one chains nnd twenty-seven links, to a stako standing in the easterly hounds of said highways thence along the said highway as the same was travelled on the 4th of June in-the year JB1S, south twenty degrees west’four chains and twenty links’;, thence south seventeen degrees west four chains;, thence south fifty-one degrees, west eight chains and eighty-eight links to a stake ; thence south Six ty-lhree degrees east,alongthe bounds ol Frederick Moul’s land,thirty-three chains and seventeen linka lo a stake standing one chain and twenty-five linka westerly fiom the eastern bounds ol sa*d farm ; thence north twenty-two degrees east two chains to a stake; thence south sixty-three degrees eatt one chain and twenty-five links to a slake; thence noith'twenty-two degrees east fourteen chains and ei«hl links to the place of beginning ; containing fil?v acres and three-fourths of au acre of land, be the same more or less—which mortgage has been assigned to John Dows, o fthe city o f New-York, nnd on which there is claimed to be due, at the time of the first publication of this notice, the sum of five hundred and one dollars and ll)irty-sevea cents.—Notice is therefore hereby giv 4 n, that by vittue of a power o f sale contained in said mort­ gage, and pursuant to the statute iu such ease made and provided, the above described premises will be sold at public vendue, at tbe court-house in the city of Schenectady, on the twentieth day or Oc­ tober next, al twelve o’clock at noon. -Dated April 27th, 1836. JOHN DOWS, B r o w n & T h o m p s o n , Att’ys. Assigned}

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