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F N ot . I. ® *K£i E —-Two Building Lou on •, Ghurch-strefct continued. Inquire of J. B R O D E R I C K . F O R S A L E — * > ! « ■ ■ m i l E Store and D w e l l i n g , M n e x t dour w e s t o f t b e s t o r e occupied by t h e subscriber. A. VAN S A N T V O O R D . l l l l * Jan. 23 F O R S A L E - r y H E property situate on the cor- . r - ~ , ---- F-I-M _*L ner o f Union a n d Ferry-atreets, form e r l y o c c u p i e d by Richard C o o k e , deceased. inquire of R E S O L V E D G I V E N S . 334 A u g , 23. F O J t 8 A L E - N improved Farm of or.e hundred acres, tying 16 gSggPBB* miles north o f Schenectady, house nearly nevv^outjBoihjiugsi and F e n c e s in good repair, well Wooded and W a t e r e d ; and will be sold at a great bargain, i f application be rn tde soon. For t erms and further p a r t i c ­ ulars iurjnire o f JO H N O I I L E N , J t o. l b . ! j 37. Schenectady. J i r m k . ¥ ? o l i S A L E —T h e Brick Dwelling House and prem- isos formerly occupied by tho A H s S t m L subscriber, uml extending *frora State to V W c r s treet. T h e above property is too well known to require a particular des­ cription. T h e terms of sale may lm known by inquiring of W m . MeCkumu or of the sub­ scriber. — Schcntdudi/, January 11 , 1S36. 2113 _ ‘ JO H N BROWN.__ « ^ C ountry Store For Sale. J W - f g GTiJllE subscriber offers for sale his V Ai S., sJk Store H o u s e and Lot, on which he n o w resides, situated iu the village of Charl­ ton, S a r a t o g a county, about nine miles north o f the city o f Seheneetady, and eight miles front BalL'ton Spa. Possession given inimc- fintoly. Fur further particulars inquire of tho subscriber on the premises. I f not sold by the f i r s t of Mav it will be t o let. J. E. H O L L I S T E R . Charlton , April 10, 1>35. 2 6 3 _ M T O X E T — from the 18th Sep­ tember next, the Plaister Mill, commodiously situated a t the east end of State-street, formerly oc­ cupied by Walter Clute, Also, for sale a House and Lot i n Front-st. A l s o , a building occupied as a nine pin alley, in the rear of Doek-street a n d near the rail-road opening. Inquire of 1. »I. S C H E R M E R H O R N . 33-4 O R S A L E —The Tavern Stand at pvisclit occupied hv W m. Pr*-!man, corner \ \ ulor- s t n ct and facing the Saratoga de tv radroad, — ^ , u d preutiscs vent ■ r.^'jr.k) If imt sold at private sale the promises will then he ruction ou the promises, tu the .:ii?,i -t 'bidder. l ’or further particulars in- 'utre of tiie subscriber. (L a CARLEY. T h e sale of the above property is postponed in til the l o t h March next, a t IU o'clock in the brenoon, at the same place. G. Q. C. Schcuc'tady, Dec. lo, 1-33. od-1 i O T I C E IS H E R E B Y GIVEN, that all » 4 the estate and effects o f F r e d e r i c k Bur- ;ess o f tho city o f Seheuecta dv, has been a l ­ igned. to the subscribers, fur the benefit of ts creditors. All persons indebted lo said largess, will please make pavim-ut immdiufo- y, und t hose having claims will present the ame to either of the subscribers, on or be- oro the ilrst dav o f May next. {STEPHEN A. D A G G E T T , G E O . N. B O L L E 8 , Assignees. Schenectady, Feb. 21, It>37. 36l)Uul N E W G O O D S . J U S T received, a largo as­ sortment o f B o o t s & shoes _ ___ which will be sold as low- as at iv other establishment in this citv. Mav 3 A. V. SANTV'OORO. F A U P F T I X G . E N G L I S H aiul American Fine, Superfine, Double Super, T h r e e Fly; Ji* Brussells, :utch Ingrain, Yeuitian, Denmark Venitian, id Cotton Carpeting, received this spring at o. 94 State-street, Schenectady. and otFered >r sale by T . L. T H O M P S O N . A p r i l 2 0 . I s 3 6 . J b c f t c n c r t a f t p „ . _ . , . . _ \rn oci T I n i o n - S l r e e t , w h e r e a d v e r t i s e m e n t s a n d s u b s c r i p t i o n s w i l l be t h a n k f u l l y r e c e i v e d . P r i n t e d a n d P u b l i s h e d f o r th e p r o p r i e t o r b y S t e p h e n S . K t g g s , N o . » --------------------------------- - -------------- - - ------- ---------- ---------------------------------------------- : ----------- “ -------------------------------W \ v v t y k v c n i 7 m \ R C H 2 2 , 1 8 3 7 . ( ^ ' e w S e n e s . — V O L . V I I — N o . 3 6 4 . ) ( V O L . X X V l l — N o . 1 3 9 3 . ) _____________________ E D N L b U A x , . c i s A: a . o h x e x have ju s t received 9 • and are n o w opening their spring sup- Y o f China, G l a s s aud Enrtlterri W a r e , Lnok- g Glasses, Aslrol and Hanging Lamps, T e a lays, A c . Arc, A l s o ,—a general a s sortment ofGentlemen’s id Ladie’s, and Children’s Boots and Shoes 'every description, suitable fur the season, the N e w Store, No. 42 State-street, a few mr-, west from Forry-strcei.— April 26. ^ C i i s 2 > 7 3 3 C T A B Y ~ ~ J P u n t c i i ' c o m f i . l l a c f s i n e S h o p . p J L i T i l vV 15 A I i a M V keep eonstant- L / lv on hand, and manufacture to order, S T E A M E N G I N E S , L A T H E S A N D M A - H l . N E R Y . F i n i s h e d A x l e A r m s , W a g o n , Cart and P i p e o.\os. Mill Cranks and Spindles. Now and improved Bark, Corn and Plas- sr M I L I . S . Mill uml Clothier’s Screws. Rail Road Gar Wheels, lough Castings, Cider Mills, nuts and screws And H O L L O W W A R E o f all descriptions. 11 kinds u f Brass, Copper aud Composition a.sliiigs. N . B. M e r c h a n t s w o u l d do w e l l to cull ant! mmitio for themselves, Schenectady, A p r i l 21, 1831. \ i W O T I L E - — T ii o subscriber 1 * 1 has again rem o v e d the C i t y H a t S t o r e , to N o . 146 State*st. op p o s i t e D a v i s ’ H o t e l , w h e r e he [intends to keep on hand a good assortm e n t o f the fo l l o w i n g arti­ st— H A T S , C A P S , L A D I E S ’ C A P E S , •AS, T I E S , L A D I E S ’ S A T I N B E A V E R S , R C O L L A R S , & c . T h e s e articles h e in- ds t o sell as l o w as others o f t h e sam e qaal- , a n d all w h o m a y w i s h to purchase w i l l do 11 to call a n d examine before t h e y purchase nvhere. He returns his sincere thanks for ;t f a v o r s . G . C O N A N T . Schenectady , November 6 , 1836. V. B . A l l persons indebted to G. C o n a n t , I do w e l l to call and p a y him , as that i s t h e y w a y b y w h i e h h e w i l l be able to p a y his V A L U A B L E l e a l J E s t a t e J F o r S a l e , In the City o f Seheneetady. THE subscriber intending to retire from business and leave the city, offers for his R E A L E S T A T E , situate on the cor- o f State and Ferry-streets. Part o f the niscs rents, at present, for the interest on Ive thousand dollars, and the leases o f the icipal part expires next May. There is no bt by expending a few hundred dollars, ther year, the whole would rent for nearly interest on tw e n ty-£ve thousand dollars, mall part of the purchase money, will be aired to be paid down, and the remainder t be left secured on the properly, in such m eats as will accommodate the purchaser, h interest. The subscriber thinks i t un- essary to state the advantages o f the sit- ton, as it is supposed to be one o f the first stions for business in the c ity. The Gar- 1 m **6 * 10 8UPPly * family with ratable*, and the surplus Fruit sold the last son, amounted to near thirty dollar*. For 8ub*criber on i premises. 3VL VAN GU YSLING corner o f State and Ferry-street/ Sc kmcctady, Oct. 5,1836. 340tf n Schenectady Copper, Tin tt Sheet I r o n J F a c t o r y . T HE subscribers are prepared to make T a n - i t e r ’s H e a t e r s , P u .m p C h a m b e r s , F o r c * S t e a m B c i e e r s , C o p p e r an d S h e e t Iro.v C o l o r i n g K e t t l e s and C o p p e r W o r k of evert’ description, Stills excepted. C L U T E & B A I L E Y . September 2 3 , 1S33. Ij O O K E M O V A L . —J. & G. Ohlen liavere- moved their C R O C K E R Y «fc S H O E S T O R E to tho n e w budding of G. Ohlen, No. 42 Stuto street, a few doors west from Ferry- st. where they have ou hand, and intend keep­ ing, a general assortment of B o o t s <$• S h o e s o f every description. Also, C i u n a , G l a s s & E v i v r u u x W a u u , L o o k i n g G l a s s e s , T e a T r a y s , .y e . ^ ’C. whieh they will sell at the lowest New-York prices, wholesale or retail. Sdicnectmlv, March 2U, 1636. 313 S u m m e r ~ P a s h i o n s . D A V I D M I X . T A I L O R A N D D R A P E R , No. 103 S tate - street , K E E P S constantly on hand an elegant a s ­ sortment o f F a s h i o n a b l e G o o d s , in his line of business, which lie will make up to 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 . l i e has also a goneral assortment o f R E A D Y M AD E C L O T H I N G , equal to any in this or any other city. Cutting done with neatness and despatch.— T h e best o f Trim mings constantly on band., SchitJcctady, June 16, 1633. 272if A c xv A r r i v a l o f F u s h i o m * I > I e “ t o i i e subscriber has recently r eturned from <iJL New-York with an elegant supply of carefully selected GOODS, appropriate foe his line of trade, which, with the former stock, makes his assortment of Fashionable Goods more perfect perhaps than has ever before been offered ia this eity. Among tho assortment may bo found Broadcloths and Cassimeres o f almost every price and shade; somo entire n e w pattern’s of Marseilles Vestings; Silk Vestings, Plain and Fig’d Silk Velvet do.Satin do. Valencia do. Merino do. Finest Bombaxino do. Black, Claret, and Green Crape Camblets for Gentlemen; Summer Coats; Heavy Plain, Rib’d and Plaid Linen Drillings; almost every variety o f W h i t e and Brown Linen for Sum­ mer Pantaloons and Roundabouts; Also, dif­ ferent shades of llib’d Cotton Cassimeres; White English Moleskin, with almost every other article usually kept in such an establish­ ment. The subscriber is prepared to execute with the greatest despatch, all orders in his line, and warrants all garments made by him lo fit Well. T h e subscriber believes that lie can sell at as reasonable prices as tiny other individual in this city. Tailors furnished with T r i m ­ ming?. on reasonable terms. T h e public are respectfully invited to call and j u d g e for t h e m­ selves. N. B. A great variety of Ready Made Gar­ ments at all times on hand, o f the best work­ manship, which will be sold unusually l o w for cash only. JNO. P. BECKLEY. Seheneetady, April 25, 1836. F A M I L Y C r K O C E l t l J E S , .Vo. 2, Ferry-itreel, tivo doors no ith o f State-street. M Y N D E R T V A N G U Y S L I N G has ju s t received and is n o w opening, in addition to his f o r m e r sfoclc, an assortm e n t o f F a m i l y Groceries, Crockery, Glass Ware, ^-c. w h i c h he is determ ined to seii at a v e r y sm a ll advance. A m o n g his s l o c k are t h e fo l l o w i n g , v i z : Imperial, Old H y s o n , > Young H y s o n , Q u n p o w - s ' TEAS; p e r ; Ilysoti Sldn B o liea Sucliong & 1 Loaf and Lump, St. Croix, N. Or - } s t j g a . R s * leans and Muscovado $ ’ Chocolate, Coffee and Rico; Ginger, P e p p e r a n d P i m e n t o ; Nutmegs, Cloves and Cinnamon; Spanish float and Bengal Indigo; Virginia plug and Cavendi sh Tobacco; Tobacco Pipes and fck-gars ; Allum, Copperas and 6altpel.ro ; Syrups and N. Orleans Molasses; Lorillard’s, Maccoby and Scotch SnulT; Bar and Shaving Soap; Candles and So a p ; Coarse and Liverpool Salt; Stiver and Lustre Black Lead ; Writing, Letter and Wrapping Paper ; Sulphur and Epsom Salts; Codfish and Scaled Herring; Pearlashand Saleratus ; Window Glass, Putty, &c. &c. Scencctady, September 22, 1835. 286 F BURG ESS ha3 removed to . tw o doors west o f E. & L . Benedict’s hat store, in State-st. _______ where he offers for sale an exten­ sive assortment of Groceries and Provisions, among which aro tho Impel ial, 1 Hyson, ^ Young Iiyson, h Hyson Skin, j ‘ Loaf, J Lump, > Sugars. Brown, 5 Porto Ilico, ^ Molas Syrup, $ 60 S, Lemons, Oranges, Pepper Sauce, 8 all ad Oil, Lumon Syrup. Prunes, Cui rents, Dried Plums, Fresh Figs, Bunch R a isins, Also, a general following: P e a N u t s , F i l b e r t s , A l m o n d s , Madeira Nuts, Pork, Salted Beef, P e a s , Corn, Oats, Flour, Ityo Flour, Corn Meal, Soap, Candles, Lump O i l , Butter Salt, Cider V i n e g a r , Poland Starch, White Botins, assortment o f Crockery A' W E S T J E K X S A L T . — 3 0 0 b u s h e l s Fino salt ju s t received , in primo or* tier, f o r s a l e o n r e a s o n a b l e t e r m s . June 1 5 , 1 8 3 6 . G. Q * C ARLF.Y. P A T E N T L O C K S . M e n c c i c y ’s Patent L o c k s o f all kinds, for sale as lo w as can be purchased from the manufact­ urer, by ABM . A. VAN V O l l S T . March 16, I S 3 C , _________________ _ A L L O W . — F Burgess w i l l pay cash as usual, for T a l l o w , tw o doors w e s t frotn E . & L . B e n e d i c t ’s .—M ay IC. I t e F c ' e m e n t ^ w ater Ce­ ment constantly on hand and lor sale ■ , . I . T T- \r T - by the subscriber. M a y 13, 1S33. G. Q . C A R L E Y . B R O A D C L O T H l i i fy K E R S E Y ­ M E R E S . — A choice assortm e n t o f s u p e ­ rior g o o d s nnd fnshionabn s t y l e , received this spring, and n o w offered for sale by April 80. ___________ T L . . T H O M P S O N. ¥ w s V v V o i A w b V c . Y w Y Y G o o d s . GTpl-IE subscriber has j u s t returned from N . i l Y o r k w i t h asplendid assortm e n t o f F a s h ­ ionable C L O T H S , C A S S L M E R S and V E S T ­ IN G S , suitable for t h e season, w h i e h lie w i l l be happy to m a k e u p for t h o s e w h o may please to favor him w i t h their custom . W M . JA M E S T E L L E R . Septem b e r 19, 1836. B K O w a r s u g a r s . — s t . cm i x , Isle of France and Porto Rico Sugars, just received and lor sale by very low M a y 31. G. Q,. CARLEY. B r o o m s . salo by M a y 10. S P I E R & L O C K W O O D , E a s t end o f the Colonnade Buildings, H A V E recently received from N e w - Y o r k , a g e n e r a l and w e l l selected assortm e n t o f G R O C E R I E S , P R O V I S I O N S , and other articles in their line o f businoss, w h i c h they w i l l sell at the lo w e s t cash p r i c e s . — Dec. 1 . A X X U A l i S F O R 18(57W^The~Re- Jrh. ligious Souvenir, the Pearl, the Cabi­ n e t , the W r e a t h and the U n i o n A n n u a l s for th e y e a r 1837 ; together w i t h a variety o f ch o i c e extra bound books, suitable for t h e ap­ proaching season, for s a l e cheap a t th e S c h e ­ nectad y B o o k Store, and S u n d a y S c h o o l D e ­ p o s i t o r y , corner o f S t a t e - s t . and M i ll-lane, by N o v .*1 5 , 1 8 3 6 . H . B. S T R Y K E R . P A P E R I I A N G I N G S . - r 3 cases M T P a p e r H a n g i n g s and B o r d e r ings, just received , w h i c h , ’ w i t h his form e r stock com p r i s e s the b e s t assortm e n t in tho cVy w h i c h w i l l be so l d lo w by A p r i l 6 , 1836. J O H N O I I L E N W H I T E R S U P P L Y : *\ T A N S L Y C K & D O R N , have j u s t r e c e i v ­ ed from N e w - Y o r k and are n o w opening ihoir w i n t e r supply o f S T A P L E &• F A N C Y D R Y G O O D S , purchased principal!}’ for c a sh — w h i c h w i l l enable them to co m p e t e w i t h any o f their n e i g h b o r s . — Dec, 1 . B I T I N G \ F L U I n e w supply o f T h a d d e u s D a v i d s W r i t i n g Fluid, juBt received and for s a l e a t N o . 71, S t a t e - s t r e e t , by N o v . 29. H . B. R I C H A R D S . J A M E S M . B O U C K , A T T O R N E Y A T L A W , has re-opened an office in the city o f S c h e n e c t a d y , di­ rectly a b o v e the s t o r e s o f D a n i e l S . l l u l e t t and Jam e s Duffy, in State-street. AU business entrusted to him , in any o f the courts o f this state, w i l l bo prom p t l y and faithfully attend ed t o , — M a y 17, 1S36. 362 S T O V E S ! S T O V E S ! n i H E subscriber has j u s t received a n e w a s - . 1 «ortiai'nt o f O O O K . O V E N , P A R L O R , H A L L , S I X - P L A T E & B O X S T O V E S , to ­ geth 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 , all o f t h e n e w e s t and m o s t approv­ ed patterns, w h i c h h e offers for s a l e on rea­ sonable t e r m s , and at t h e l o w e s t prices. T h e public are requested t o c a l l and exam i n e t h e m ; th e m o s t o f th e m are en t i r e l y n e w patterns. Stove Ripe of all sizes constantly on hand. A B M . A . V A N V O R S T . N. B. Dr. N o t t ’s Coal Stoves, i f out of r e ­ pair, can be repaired upon application to the subscriber before the 2 0 th inst. January 11, 1837. A . A . V . V . B R O W N ’S W H I S K E Y , Barrel, by J O S E P H SP l E R j, Colonnade Buildings, July 96, 1S36. for sale by the H Btato-st. g?*T 3 qr*.V !>'JtiKi W E S T E R N F L O U R . —800 bbls. fresh ground Flour, o f various quali- ies— a part extra s u p e r fine, ju s t received and for sale by the subscriber, corner of State and Church streets. G . Q . C A R L E Y . A u g . 10, 1836. 1 0 0 applying to Jan. 2. W O O D . C O R D S O F W O O D can be had in lota to s u it the purchaser, by G E O . CA M P B E L L , or A. VAN BRUNT. 50 doz. Corn Brooms, for J O S E P H S P I E l l , Colonnade buildings. C I D E R B R A N D Y lor sale by Jane 31. By lhe bun el, J O S E P H S P I E R . VC O C O f ’O C O ' A I A T U U W a i , by the p A gross or less quantity, for jsale by c N o v . I. H E E S E V sale by M a y 10. W. F. B E N E D I C T . -300 Ihs. Dairv Cheese, for J O S E P H 'SPIER, Colonnade building*. R E M O V A L . . W r . T I B X I . K . V » P S B 1 H S I E , H A V E removed their stock o f GOODS, to No. 1 2 & •Ptate-street, (in the Buil­ ding lately erected hy J . E. Van Horn.)where, in addition to their former stock, they are now opening a desirable and well selected assort­ ment of JFancy a n d S ta p ic D r y G o o d s , suitable for the season, to which they r espect­ fully invite the attention o f their customers, and tho public in general, Schenectady, Sept. 2 t if A, 1836. “ N E W C O M M O N S C H O O l i B o o k s . —T h e F a n n e r ’s School Book, containing the most important inform­ ation on Agriculture, by J. Orville Taylor. Combo on the Constitution of Man, design- od as a reading book for families and common schools- First Lessons in Political Economy, for the use of p rimary and common schools, by John M c V ickar, D . D . A Help to Young Writers, by a President f f a C o l l e g e , and tho D i s t r i c t School, by J. Orville Taylor. T h e above w o r k s arc published by M r . T a y ­ lor for the benefit of Common Schools, and will be sold cheap at the Seheneetady Book Store, corner of State street arid Mill-lane, by _ Jan. 1 0 . H._B._STRYKER, A g e n t . ^ S C H E N E C T A D Y F U R N A C E . C i L U T E & B A I L E Y will keep on hand, J and make to order as usual, all articles connected with the Furnace and Machine.shop and respectfully solicit a continuance o f the patronage they have so liberally received They have a general assortment o f Plough Castings; ground W a g o n and Pipe Boxes; Axle Drafts and finished Arm s ; Stoves and Pipe; Cauldron Kettles of 16, 32, 4 6 , 64 and 115galls.; Machinery Castings and Mill Gear- ing ny.do to order. Also a supply of their new pateni No. 5 and 6 C o o k Stoves, admit­ ted by good j u d g e s to be at least equal to any other now in use, at their N e w Store in Ca- nal-slreet.— Schenectady, Oct. 26, 1833. U F They would apprize their customers that they have relinquished the hard-ware bu­ siness, and are desirous o f closingal! accounts connected with it as soon as m a y be conven­ ient. C. C. C L U T E has taken the ILird-VVare store o f Ciute & Bailey, corner of ritute and Canal-streets, where he would be happy to w i t on his friends and the public at all tunes. \ cf. 26, 1833. _____________________ Glass Ware , which ho is d e termined to sell as cheap as ean be bought in the city o f Schcnec- lady.— M a y 9, 1836. 319 H A R D - W A R E . C U . C L U T E is now opening Ins fall • stock o f H A R D W A R E .V C U T L E R Y , which in addition to his former assortment, makes it general and cotnploto—consisting of Old and new' sable I R O N . Swedes Bar Iron, fiat und square. English do ilat, square and round. American do do do do Hoop, band and scroll I R O N . B a t z i u r ’s, horse nail, and spikorodi. Cast, German and spring S T E E L . Swedes, blistered and American do. Crow-bars, Piclc-axes and Grub-hooa. English and Row l a n d ’s Mill aud X c u t Saws. English and American Shovels and Spades. Cut, wrought and horse nails. Block Tin, bar and sheet Lead. Anvils, Vicos and Brass Kettles. Block T i n and lead Pipe. Britfama t ea and coffee Pots. Brass Shovels, Tongs and Andirons. Barnard’s, Simmon’s und W a l d r o n ’s broad, hand and n a r r o w AX E S . Also, Chissels, Adzes, <&c. O ’ T o g e t h e r with a general assortment of 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 , which he offers on tho most favorable terms, wholesale and retail, c o r n e r o f State and Ca­ nal-streets. Schenectady, Oct. 27, 183o. S A D D L E , H A R N E S S & T R U N K N E W Establishment, near ihe canal bridge in State-street, immedi utely opposite l h e Colon­ nade Buildings, where the undersigned have com menced business under the firm of LYON & BEARUP, and where they would be pleased to receive orders for Sad d les.H s rnoss.Trunka.Trim m ing'?, &c. T h e y will promise those who may favor them with their custom, t h a t nothing in their power shall be wanting t o give perfect satisfaction. Having j u s t commenced business, t h e y are a ware that nothing but strict attention and moderate charges, together with doing their work in a workmanlike manner, will ensure th e m success. Their friends, as well as strangers who rnay see this, are invited to call and examine their work a nd prices, before purchasing elsewhere. N. B. Wood will be taken at the market price, for their goods or work. J O H N D. LYON. SO L OM O N BEARUP. Schcntciady, A u g . 2*2, 1836. 334tf D AVID MIX, Tailor and Draper, informs his friends and customers, a nd the pub­ lic generally, t h a t he has removed to No. 125, under Washington Ilall, four doors west o f t h e Canal, State-street, where he will be h a p p y to wait on all those who will favor him with a call in his line o f business, l i e has j u s t r e ­ ceived, in addition to his former stock, afresh assortment of C L O T H S , C A S S I M E R E S , and V E S T I N G S , of all kinds and most fash­ ionable colours, which lie will make up to or­ der. Also —he keeps o n hand a general a s sort­ ment of R E A D Y M A D E C L O T I I E Y C , warranted well made, which lie will sell low for ready pay. N. B. Cutting done at all times in the most fashionable style, and warranted to fit, i f p r o ­ perly made up. Schenectady, Oct. 12, 1836. JFall a n d W i n t e r JFashions. M E R C H A N T T A I L O R I N G J E 5 T . I R L I S I I . T I H . V T . No. 00 S t a t e -C jt heet . J O H N S. BONNY announces to liis old friends and acquaintances, as well as the public generally, that be has r ecently returned to this city, mid resumed his old business, as a Merchant Tailor, in the new building in State-street, formerly occupied by F. Btirge'.i, directly opposite to Van Vranken &> Barrin­ ger’s, where he will be happy to wait upon them in the line o f his profession. H e has just returned from New-York with a choice and fashionable assortment of B r o a d c l o t h s , C a s s im e r e s , V e s t in g s , T r i m m in g s , <$'c. which he will make up to order in the most fashionable sty le, and on lhe s hortest notice. Cutting done in the latest style or agreeably to directions. Schenectady, Sept. 27, 1836. 323 L 1 From tiie American Monthly Ma ,-azinc for ilui'Ch. XrI.YJE? ,*i.' “ lie thought upon liis bride.” *' Among tho persons killed at s>t. Cos, was ^ir Jolm Armitage. The fate of this gentleman Was I\- cessivoly lamented; he Was a volunteer, but w a b ­ out havingintended being one upon this expedition, his mind being engaged lit making preparations lhr his approaching marriage with .Miss lioue. 8 ir John went to the levee, nt the time uhen the of­ ficers wore taking leave of the king to join the ar­ my. The king asked Sir John u hen he intended to set out? Taken by surprise. Sir John answered, ' to-morrow;’ and unhappily kept his word. Tfu* lady afterwards married Sir William Pitt. A black collar, whieli she always wore around her neck, concealed a splendid brilliant necklace, tbe pres­ ent of her ill-fiied lover .”— Correspondence o f Ho­ race Walpole. Ho stood before his monarch’s throne 'The gallant and the tried, And o u nod the call which urged him on, But thought upon his bride. Oh ! what to him the hope of fame, Or proudest dreams beside, Tiie soldier felt a dearer flame— Ho thought upon his bride. But not of him the nobly proved False tale might vecreani tell, lie went—and left to solitude The flower ho loved so well. But first that lady’s neck he bound With glittering links of pride, Then turned, and beard the trumpet sound, But thought upon his bride. Well might that fair girl’s blinding tear* Fall aa he onward passed, Half smiling at her timid fears— She met him for the l a s t ! For hours of darker trial came, The gallant soldier died— He foil among his armed train, His last thoughts on lus bride. * * * * * * And Time swept on—again in hall And bower thal lady stood, Not as v\ lu-u owning Love’s sweet tluall, She pined in solitude. The brightest form the gazer met— thill one deep token proved, How precious to iter memory yet The gift of him she loved. That glittering necklace, half concealed, With all its links of pride, The secret of his fate revealed Who thought upon his bride. L. II. in g l y . and a t tho sam e tim e w r o t e to Manning, inform e d him ot the death ol former wife and o f his f o r m e r friend, and ut the circumstances and s i t u a t i o n o f m s elalu. T h i s information aroused all t h e t e n d e r lee - ings o f the father, and he resolved i m m e d i a t e ­ ly to take his journey for t h e great valley o* th e Mississippi, and s e e his l o n g l o s t daughter. H e found her every thing t h a t he could wish. T h e l i t t l e , g a y , frolicksome L u c y , had becom e the admired and beautiful Miss -the light, I S T O P L K T T i i l t S remaining iu ihe Tost Office nt Seheneetady, February 28, 1837. B —John Brown, David Beggs, Win Bradt, Wil­ liam Betts, Cupt. G. Brown, Capt. H 11 Bull, R. Becker, Ephraim D Bradly,Lideous Brower, Julia Benedict, James Braidwood, Enoch Browec, Fred­ erick Burgess, James Brown, llester A 11 Buck, G S Barhydt, Cornelius Bull, Rachael Buyce, Ann Buyce, Abraham Buyce, James Buyce, Uriah Buyce, Olarin Buyce, Aaron N Bellsen. Etienne Bartrance; Walter Bradshaw, Glenviile; Joseph Ball, Jlotterdam. C —C B Claw. Jane Carr, Jane Chambers, Si­ mon Canada, Christian W Cooper, Daniel Covk- ings, Henry Clute, Caroline Cobb, N B Conley, Janob Crenshaw, John Conlan, Fanny Covell, A- braliam Colo, I) Codvvise Constable, Anna Conek- Iing, .Ann Maria Case ; Alexander Combs, Priuce- town. D —-Peter Dorseh, Thomas Denchfield, Israel Day. JE—Haven Eggert, Solomon Ellshorp, John R Ed irk. I*1—Rachel Ann Fonda, J M Ferrell, William Frederick 2, U illiam Freeman, John VV Ferrill, John France. G — Peter Grant, John Goes, Garret W Groot, Henry Gardinier, Anna E Grilles, Francis Gailcy ; William Gordon, Christianna M Groat, Rotterdam. H - E unice Henry, Exra Hnm, Nancy Harbin- son, Peter llogoboorn, Jacob Uellabrant, Elizabeth Herrick, Louisa liar, Elizabeth Howse, William Ilistcd, Philip Ilerzoy; James Harris, Duanes- burgh. 1—William Irvin. «T—Jemantlia Jennings. JC.—Alpheua Kellogg. L —Isaac Led yard 2> Benjamin Lowell, John Lnssellc, Mary Lansing, Isaac L«wis, John Loe- hend, W e s ley Ladd, M —John McClelland, A Myers 4, Allen Mc­ Call 2 , James Myers, F C Miller, Mnroit Ala: i- liold, D Mathews, Ann Marlin, Willard C Mills, Almira M Morgan, Jotnes Mifihtun. O —Isaac Ouderkirk. JP—Joel Pliillips, Peter Primmer, Charles Put­ nam, Sanders Perry, Waller Peek, Phi lari Parker, James Parks, John Trout, Andrew l’cters, Elijah Pornoroy, jr. R —Voluey Ripley, E l i z a b e t h Iteamer. 8 —Gab Slants, Anron Si urges, W illiam Smith, Henry Segar, John Sanford, John Sieversori, Na­ thaniel Blandish, Nancy Stuart, Nicholas Scher- meriiorn, Frances Slocum, B P Sheldon, Cooley Scolt, Catharine Stickle, Thomas Shipley, Je».se Stone, Peter Schermerhorn, Jumes Stewart, Jo­ seph Shearer, Walter A Sw its ; Robert Sanford, Margaret Shomori, John VV Shannon, Princetoum. ’I ’—James \V Tyler,Christiana ’Bernoulli, John W Thomas, Abraham Thornton, Catharine Tem­ ple, Wm V Temple, John A fans; Lachi Tower, Duanesouign; 6 urnh; John C Tltnycr, I\o From the Westchester Spy. A T h e observation lhat “ t r u t h is stranger than fiction,” is finely illustrated by the fol­ lowing story which was related to us some time since hy a lady well acquainted with all the parties. A t her request we suppress the names ol those concerned and substitute o t h ­ ers. M a n y years ago two friends, Edward M a n ­ ning and George Belden, resided in the vicin­ ity of Catskill in this state. They had been educated at the same schools, had grown to maturity in the same neighborhood, and a t an early age had married and settled on adjoining farms. Here, however, the parallel between them ceased. The wife of I'ldward vvas a sweet, companionable woman, of great person­ al attractions and a sofl a nd winning address, whilst t h a t of George vvas old, ugly, unsocial, and though possessed of many amiable qual­ ities of mind, was altogether unsuited to the ardent t e mperament of her husband. Indeed it may not be amiss to say, t h a t George had probably married her more from a desire to possess himself of her valuable farm than for any other attraction which s h e might h a v e possessed, and though really a worthy woman she had never been able to secure his affec­ tions. Notwithstanding this difference, the world prospered with the friends, each of whom ex­ perienced the vicissitudes common to married life, and “ little cares, little pleasure, little troubles, and little children,” multiplied with each succeeding years. The eldest of Mr. Belden’s children vvas a boy, and the first born of Mr. Manning vvas a girl, who being nearly of an equal age were constantly t o g e t h ­ er, associated alike i n t heir study and in their play. The parents, also, kept up a friendly intercourse every way agreeable and honora­ ble until the sixth year of their marriage, when Mr. Manning was called from his home on business of importance and detained for some time. On his return, he found to his utter astonishment, that his charming wife, the wife of his bosom and his love, had forsaken liis home and gone off vvith his former friend and companion, George Belden, carrying with them little Lucy, his only living child. His grief uiay perhaps be imagined but n o t describ­ ed. Deceived by his friend, forsaken by his wife, and by the same stroke deprived of his child, the a gony ofthe moment was too much for his constitution; he became sick at heart and s unk for a lime beneath the load of liis sorrows: recovering a t length he instituted a diligent search for the fugitives, but every ef­ fort to detect them proved in vain. Meantime Mr. Belden had made good his retreat to the^b?’ west, with liis stolen bride and her charming little daughter, whilst his own family remained, unheeded, behind, lie paused at one o f t h e new YillagCS Wllioil WHS then springing up along the banks of the low­ er Mississippi, where he had scarcely settled himself when he and his paramour wore both attacked with live yellow fever which vvas r a g ­ ing there at the time, and suddenly hurried to- their account,leaving littleLucy an orphan and a s tr a n g e r lar from her native home. It so h a p ­ pened, however, that Dr. Elmore, the phys­ ician who had attended t h e m in their last m o ­ ments, was so s tr u c k with her beauty and i n ­ telligence t h a t he at once determined to take her to his own house and adopt her as his child. Dr. Elmore had no children— we t hink that he vvas a bachelor—but however t h a t may be, he became very fond of’little Lucy, took great pains lo give her the best opportunity for education which the place afforded, culti­ vated both her mind and her manners, and be­ haved towards her in all respects like a parent, and she grew up a beautiful, engaging, affec­ tionate girl, the delight of her fostering l ather Lachnes T er, Duaim *»uim v dam. V —John Vanthe Booctt, Josiah II Van Ep«, Gertrude Van Vranken, Ilannon Van Patten, Al- hert ' ’ “ ” \ ^ ------ Van d a n c i n g , t h o u g h t l e s s girl had Changed i n t o the full and rounded proportions of a lovely wo­ man. The meeting, too, was affectionate and kind on the part o f both. They embraced ami kissed each other, and as the bright recollec­ tions of other days came r u shing o’er his mind, Mr. Manning yielded lo the impulse of Ida gentle nature and wept aloud. But vve c a n n o t pause to give the particulars of the interview’. Mr. Manning tarried a few days vvith Dr. Elmore and then obtained a re­ luctant consent to take liis leave ami carry with him bis new found treasure. According­ ly Lucy took as she supposed a final leave of her kind protector, and her sobs and swollen eyes told how hard it was to part with one who had been to her such a true friend, sucli an af­ fectionate father. Still t hey did part, and Mr. Manning and his beautiful daughter were soon wending their way o’er the surface of th a t mighty streem which sweeps its devious course through the vast and fertile valley that bears its name. But at that time the progress up tho river was slow and toilsome and interrupted by a thousand obstacles. T h e y had been on their passage 2 or 3 days, and yet had moved but a few miles from the place of starting, when their i urlher advance was entirely checked by a dead calm, and Lucy and her father went on shore to wile away the idle time till the el­ ements should be more propitious. 'They as­ cended the bank of the river—the air was mild, the forest green, the sun low in the heavens — the prospect around was extensive and beau­ tiful, and attracted the admiring eye of the sensitive maiden; and that she might be cna*’ bled to take in the whole varied scene at a glance her father placed her upon the limb of a fallen tree where her elevated position com­ manded a magnificent view. Above vvas tlm clear, tranquil sky—around, the vast, inter­ minable forest where nature reigned in her deepest solitudes—beyond, the clear blue of the horizon mingled its softened border with the summer drapery of the undulating lulls, and at Iter feet lay the mighty Father of W a ­ ters, sweeping his majestic and ceaseless way amid the deep grandeur of the solitary wastm Lucy dwelt vvith the enthuiasm of y o u t h upon tho beautiful scone, and her eye vvas still engaged in tracing t he various charms which it presented, when her attention, was attrac­ ted in another direction, and t u rning round she saw a carriage winding its way through the thick forest, and on a nearer approach h er eye flashed with j oy and she exclaimed, “ Dr. E l ­ more, Dr. Elmore!’’ and springing from her elevated position she ran lo meet aud embrace her old friend and guardian. The Doctor had found himself so uncomfort­ able without the soothing a tt e ntions of his a- dopled daughter t h a t he determined to go a f ­ ter her and make another effort to prevail on Mr. Manning to c ommit her again to liis pro­ tection and keeping. W i t h this view’, know­ ing l h a t it would be easy to overtake the boat in its passage against the current, he started in pursuit and was fortunate enough to meet Mr. Manning and his daughter u pon the bank of the river. It vvas, however, no easy m a t ­ ter to persuade a father to relinquish liis beau­ tiful, his onij’, his long lost child. The strug­ gle between his affections and vvhat seemed io him liis duty vvas long and painful, but Dr. Elmore urged such reasons as finally induced him to yield—the arrangement was fully made—Lucy’s trunks were brought on shore — Mr. Manning gave her his parting bless­ ing, affectionately kissed her as she sobbed her faint farewell, and was about to r eturn to the boat on his way to Nevv “York, when a man from on board the vessel lying at anchor in the river approached the group and i n q u i ­ red where a phj’sician could be found. I).*. Elmore informed him t h a t such vvas his pro­ fession, and the stranger pressed him to go ou board his v e s s e l and v i s i t a y o n g m a n who had been taken violently ill on his passage down the river, and he feared vvas in a dangerous situation. In complying vvith Lis request the Doctor urged Lucy and her father to ac­ company him, which they did, and the reader can judge of Mr. Manning’ surprise when, in the person of the sick patient, he discoverd the eldest son of his treacherous friend, George Belden. He was on his way to New Orleans, where lie was to join liis mother’s brothers in a lucrative and prosperous business, and in his affliction the joy which lie felt on meeting sucli a friend as Mr. Manning can scarcely ho conceived. It vvas soon arranged thal the. vessel should drop down the stream as far as Dr. Elmore’s residence, where George should remain until his recover}’, and that Mr. M a n ­ ning should attend him there, whilst Lucy and the Doctor should r eturn by land. The rest of our story is soon told- Georgo recovered from his illness, and smitten vvith the charms of his youthful playmate, a bandon­ ed liis expedition to New Orleans, and pressed his suit with the beautiful maid until his lova was answered with the hand of our affection­ ate and amiable friend. Mr. Manning delay­ ed his journey to witness the consummation of his daughter’s happiness, when he r e t u r n ­ ed lo New York. George and Lucy remained with Dr. Elmore, and finally settled in t h a t vicinity, where vve believe they still remain. Simon an II Vedder, Myndert Van Guysling 2, Si mi .. ... Antwerp, lleien Van Dusan, Cornelia V Vnlkingburg, Garret \V Vccdcr, Nicholas N Van I’attan, Harriet Van Wourmer, Giles Van Vost, Jo­ seph Vrooman, Ann Maiica Van V o a s t ; Van Slyke, Rotterdam; Curoline Van Vectheu, Du- anesburgh. \W—Stephen S Wulby, Benjamin Walker, Jo- Wilda, Glenviile. . Y —A J Yates, D D Young 3, Giies Yates 3, Isaac I Yates, Andrew Yates. „ JAMES V. S. RILEY, P. M. N. B. Persons calling for any of the above let­ ters, will please suy they are advertised, vv nere the namn of the placo is not mentioned they are for S c h e n e c tad y . and the centre and charm of the littio circle in which she moved. W h e n Lucy was carried away from her home, she vvas sufficiently old to understand that all was not exactly right between hot mother and Mr. Belden, and to recollect the names of several places in the vicinity of the town where she had lived. As bhe increased in years, these impressions o f her infancy were strengthened by a greater degree ofknovvlcdge, and from time to time she communicated to her foster-father all t h a t she knew respecting her own history and the place and scenes of her early home. The information thus glean­ ed was sufficient t o a waken a desire for more, and Dr. Elmore requested the member of c on­ gress from his district lo make further inqui­ ries of the member representing the district in which Lucy had resided. Now it so happened t h a t t h e menber from New York was acquainted with all the circum­ stances o f the elopement, knevvjall the parties, and was therefore possessed of all the desired information, which he communicated accord- Singnlur death .—A woman burnt herself to death m this city, the other day, by letting the lire drop from her pipe into her l a p — where­ by her cloths became ignited past extinction. ILF This (savs Col. Stone,) should serve as a CllUtion to ladies, against smoking with their clothes on— Phil. Mir. Well, considering hard times, high rents, and cosily living, there never was such a gay winter as the present one. Misery and s t a r ­ vation fill the theatres to ovciflowing, and crowd the ball room each night— Star. A n Elopement—a l r a , — A black fellow, who had eloped with his owner's daughter in t r o u ­ sers, reached Norfolk, wliere the deception wae delected—and t h e y have all been held in durance— till further orders. 8 o we go, y<? ama gamationists!— Phil. Mir. Scraping an acquaintacc .— Barking the shins of your neighbor with your lieel .—Boston Herald. Funnier yat .—The Galena Gazette publishes a marriage which took place on the ice in the middle of the Mississippi river, January 5lh, opposite Btepbenson, Illinois. The parties were George Cline and Mary Wilson, Mary is well known in t h a t vicinity as t h e “ belle of the bluff” Perpetual motion .— G e t into a basket and lift yourself, and you can invent a perpetual mo- tion. The editor o f the Pawtucket Chroriicla says he lias found out this desideratum in me­ chanism. lie is obtaining a patent right.— Dct. Sped. The Devil to p a y .—This phrase, doubtless, originated in a printing office, on some S a t ­ urday night’s s e tt lement of weekly wages .— the publisher, “ how far vvill t h a t go toward satisfying the hands?” John begins lo figure urithmetically—so much due to Botkins, bo much to Typus, so much to Grubble, and so on, through a dozen dittos. The publisher stands aghast. “ Here is not enough by & jugful.” “ No, sor; and, besides, there is th* dcrtl to pay.

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