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>our p r i c e ; \ a s k e d one. f,It is s i x t y d o llars,” he a n s w e r e d . S i x t y thunders! vociferate I an a s t o n ish e d cou n trym e n , *r\vh y h -h e w o r th so m u c h !” “ Here is a map of lie*:',1’ said the fel­ low, pulling\ a pap.r with u Inr ere cow ptctm'id upon it,out ofin- hive ches pock­ et, as In e 'n'inu 1 i: “ You s«*e here the g r e a t W i l i c a t D m j'iln'- •'••ns i m i . i c d i a * c - l y u n - L - r l m r t a d t.Dim* < T y ..*1 l i r . c t v a l r p - . L e o n I,ak<: < \ t n d w i l l i n ’ r-r-- <A h e r h e a d i n i : i x 0 I cataract ' i—- ju t u c ui'? u l - r n 5 m - .. - - - . d -,* . it < ■»uv ’ ^ . D vjr- pwccrnca JI 3 CS J i X B I E I 2 T . Api-H 5 , 2^ 3 7 . . j . v / : l . / u /; /: a s ) i / : / j t T pu,. . ’ j u . . u T . t - . t . v n t **f tin* p u h l i - j t .vi m --I ' j < '.-.ha.*-', it li.*.-. W e n e n - I 1 iru- I ’ v. i c e . < >n i’s la.-t r n k . i r r r e n v n t , ' '1 v.-.i- > :id e d t o t h u f u l l s i z e o f o u r pr-* \ a n I a l ' . l i o r p h a t l e a s t t h r e e c o - ! l'.otii Wi-fa a d d e d t o t h e fetid ill if Iiiflt- n-r, - t i l l , 11 v. t h e p e c u l i a r d i m m i n g - - j ' t a l i t y o f t o o p a p e r , w h i c h w c t h e n « o m i u e n r i ' d u-ii,'_-, it 11 a■ 11 t-it a p p e a r l u n c h ] ir^i-r t o in 1 .*•!*.*i’<*. \ \ V n — ui o r d e r to l a - e p p a c e w i t h t h e .-p i n t o' i llu- u n , ' — pi j 'p j s c a n o t h e r tillin''jv;. :> L ‘ , r p n r T i . * * cl\-.'* o f til'' p r e s ­ e n t J u n e n e x t . T o d u t h i s , a. n e w pr* a n u u ' h ' - r m a t e r ia l .- ', i n i i - t h e p f ' i c u i 1 d, v.i, i I; v, ill r e q u i r e a n o u t ­ l a y \ f a t ! • ' \>Vui. T o u u r p a t r o n s w e to break —and his favorite man Friday has the impudence to declare that there is n o pressure in the money market that “ any honest man should regret',” and those who have nothing to eat ought to starve I It is not alone suffi­ cient lhat the usurping and despotic power of the public Servants at W ashington has over­ turned the safe and ordinary mode of manag­ ing the fiscal affairs of the country; it is not a- Inne enough to know that they have bro’t ruin arid bankruptcy on nearly* every section of the Union—it is not alone enough lo know that men Lave been wantonly made beggars who have labored with zeal lo secure better pros­ pects, but the (miliars of the present misery, wallowing in their own ill gotten gains, turn scornfully on the innocent sufferers, and cry out “ starve, and b e d d to you.” HVl.-U I\ i'jf fl f ; W' \ T,. '* I li J i ,d! l*f> ;i:; > r Hit \f t l i e In'-ed - 11 i*i,ji j \ ui nil April in u mwruitii.- ll, m . - i d i n g !, ■ *di< l,i ],:'*• i 11 * ip 11 111 ■ ;■ iii f . ui-ry, v . > i i in.,-' ' -1 id i\ I i .-1 A pi il, i. li- ! i - i'd III l i \ ui\ p->p\l • • , - d i di i,ur d - i v ;. 11 it ; t , | . , T- , . p - y v. dd i, - . v di Iu \ I* I’ ' VI ! I ’ ' I I, i I -■ 1 1 i, ■ ■ j, ,< i_, 11 , :i Ilf ll'..* N\rlll I * IV' i r J' Op.' 11 . \ t i * jh•»*i., 1 ni.■'•(mg nl the (.‘\.’union fhiUU\ , i 1 , li' l.t nn \V.-dni-<day In G S vmi r.i W . JuM ll-'i- wa*. u n a n i m o u s l y chr.^. n M a y o r c f this i i t y — v i c e , l i o n . Juliu I. I L G rail, re- Mgit'-d. Tin- J. rang- d st a l e o f th e m o n e y m a r k e t , ari l the \ p e n i n g o f the rivers, h a v e g r e a t l y dime th*- p n e s n f produce and n i e r i - h a n d i ryit. ra!. v. I\.■ * m i —western is down to s l l ; ,-outhorn V r.o a 8 .p> ; a cargo of prmte < >uio, via NT\v < >rh .<n-, sold at f.o. (.ir on — th” stock oM',,r,. ign grain is hea­ vy and if. eiining, and daily an mu. nting.— 'Wheat ha*-, 1 > 11 -n to .•-■].7.5 v, :.n h i, a if , 1 im- of'.U rt 4, It-. »• at M l , bring a .! • lm..- of l'.’t to *J<> relit a M ull at s i . (V.I- IT I Til.— F, . 1 -. i*t .;i —-TU . f and Pork, dull and pi in-, m- llu -. ,!. \V I - t II 1,1 rd 1 1' I t . : lei! I er dot!. --- ’i'll' v. V ork ' J j B d . r 111 v ' - .il.'O reiiuced the price i'! bread. T i i . pr.- sure and u.fi! id.i,. .. m ihe monie.l affd,. * ot tie.- . ' jutrv ar.-!,. y.uid all precedent. 'I'll *v are riot e-miim d to any particular fcec- tioii, hut ar\ 1 ..-It along the .sea board, ami thru';-.'. . u ’ii\ entire w. stnud south, la N. York fi'.tn 1 ) to bo f.i'lurcs have occurred w itlon 'le- last month ; some of the oldest and firmest houses have b e e n obliged to yield. — An arrangement was entered into last we. k by the N. V- city P in!,? and the 1 . 8 . Bank of I’a. which, o is suppos-'-d, will gr.-atly r* lirve the im r- h va’ - iu tln-ir exchanges with foreign couutrie “ 77,0 , /MM', d und ronti,''im'u.” — A m e e l i i i g in tin- Park v. as culled tor in N e w York on Monday la-t—on ...... of v.Li.h t h e M i f o r onb-red out tie- m i h i i a ! And this is a republic! this a free country! Good heavens can any change, we ask, be worse for this country 1 There is one consolation, it is true ; a very meagre one, but still it is a blessing; the Jack­ son nt, ji jrfto hare sustained (he rillainous mca- suris of thfir arc nmv grflaning and suf- f, ring und> r tin cftcrts of his acts; but the re­ tribution has n o l I’ul y accomplished its object, the pressure is finally to reach the poorer class—the laborer and mechanic who sus­ tained Andrew Jackson in his ferocious career — they are sc-iFering now and will suffer more, and will finally feel that to be true to the country and to tlu-ir own rights as citizens, they must punish not support any usurpations of power. W hen they want bread, which they must want i f they cannot'procure em­ ployment, they will know whose fault it is, and thank this miscreant of an Editor lor liis kind permission to stairc, —AT. 1 . *>W. Vlica, March 2 1 .— A cold Mootluil at­ tempt vvn.s made last Friday evening to murder Mr. John Schuyler, of Nevv- Ilartford. lie w a s met at Mr. Ilarn- Um's tavern, about two miles from this city, hy iSamuel Bonnet and Lyman Smith, who had an old grudge against him,und hud threatened v e n g e a n c e when­ ever an opportunity should oiler. One nf these m. n advanced upon Mr. S c h u y ­ ler and ‘grasped Inin to prevent resistance, while tie* othi’i’ inflicted upon him ten or twphu v. minds in the breast, side and ii.’. k, w h h a Spanish dirk. Mr. Ilarn- Idin, the only person present, stood in his h n \ and saw the men scuffling. lie . nppn-'-d ihat the stale-, were mere feints, and tha' in harm was intended, Until he .-aw a. |T \f blond issue from the wounds toward- da- er-ihng. lie rushed out end i-aught hold of the man who had the dirk h m lm i i i \ l i a i e l v r e c e i v e d a h l o w in t h e f i . - * -, w h i c h f U ' i i r k h i m d o w n s e n s e l e s s , iAn r - ' M i v e r n i ' g , h e f o u n d t h e W o u n d e d 11 ::iii k mu on the door, respiring through tiie woo ip 1 in his neck. T h e ruffians lrel left the )iuu?e. Pursuit w a s imme­ diately made, and they were taken in a few hours by our police officers, at a house of ill fame in tliis city. Mr. Schuy- 1 r s recuverv is doubtful.— Observer. Tl ■ . v-rt. r ! . 1 e-r M i 0 . .i.t .. J llll < i. I• ’ i• n i i• t 11 .. \;b m;. I i.uly A-b 1 ml.. ! ,, ■ balu! - \I It. II - * .. r, i . ..: t 1 i- i ity. T lu* ■. i. • j i * i ■ 1 i b ■ . -. 11 - in iO 11 .1 t • i . a m n il.m a n nf iln. lU.ra \ >!! i 11 t 11 - iit- n.i Manui p. >i 11 kui 1 view s. Mav t,i. .i- • i! . p.a,-.mal uml political, be crow.i .1 v.ith i v ry su.-< . ps. — I'.r. Jour. Dcstri)■' . i I\-' at Ii>irln'fti r .—The extensive ami jal tibb- Umrme Maimfaelory of Lewis Felve, ami tbe W oolen Factory adjoining, were con-mru-d on the night of the 20 th inst. The loss r mUM'om. on wiiieh there was an i n s u r a n c e \t ^* 2 2 , \oil.— Id. The Rev. Ik N . Kirk leaves Albany tliis evening at 5 0 ’el.u k, in the 8 team Boat Swal­ low, on las way to Europe. Ile carries with ■him the best Wish* s ot many warm lriends.-- id. * Midair, (23.1 — B'.s'ju.s in Mobile.— D u ll— duller—dullest. Ilv.-ry thing is dull enough in the market, except, pci Imp-, the luilrher’s business, and that, w*- b' ln ve, i.-, on the de­ cline, as w e \lien m v t v.illi men, now a days, who sav they can get no money and have done going to market allxgother. Seriously, the tames are dull, wretchedly dull—and we know' not when to look for better. W e hail thought that general confidence was begin­ ning to be restored ; we liad hoped it ; nor would we now utter a hint to the contrary, were there the least glimering of hope of a better stale of things. W ithin the past week, several more houses have stopped payment, and houses ol commpieuco too, which it Was thought would out-rido any shock. But the times are sadly out of joint among us—arid business can only go a l o n g at all by tbe mer­ chants rendering all the assistance possible to e a c h other, until the holders ol the money grow in confidence and suffer their capitals to circulate again. — M> rcantUc A d v . From the Washington Globe. “ T H E R E IS N O PR E S S U R E WHTCII a n t H O N E S T M a N S H O U L D R E G R E T . ” “ This cry of pressure for money, when it is in greater abundance than ever before, is like a cry o f famine in the midst of the most plentiful harvest. SOM E TH E R E MAY BE, EVEN IN 8 UCII TIM E S, W HO H AVE N O T H IN G TO EA T , BUT IT CAN BE ONLY T H O S E W IIQ D E S E R V E TO . a tv v ru a r . v v n h ED NOTHING. The scoundrel who penned the above, and that is the name by which he should every where be known, fattens upon the Govern­ m ent patronage as editor of the Globe, and realizes Sixty Thousand Dollars per annum!! the terror of his own political friends, and the m o st despicable among the petty tyrants of the press. The despot who, for the happi­ ness ol millions, is now in the obscurity from whence he never should have emerged, said that tfuy tcho traded on borrowed capital ought •A new carrier having 1 been em- j'l-iytil in thu city, wo particularly re- q t ih\ \ nf <>ur .-ubgcrihiT's who ilonot i . i.<‘ivi■ ih.-ir paper.-? regularly to give 11 . u :* i il it- l u i i e e . Ml I A il J r* 1.1 111 -, up. M u;i:ii u—In 1 ‘rim-i t..wu,«m the -Jlid ult. by tho Ri-v. .Mr. I'limiti'ii, Mr. James Tulluek, ofDuunos- l>ur«!i, to Me •> June Kelly, si ennil daughter o f S o ­ lomon l v Ily, Km;, uf tbe former place. In Glenviile, on the g!Ub ult. by the Rev. Mr. Gi!!< t. Mr. M. .M. Ilow , to M b s Ilostor A. Gon- d. e. At i b e same place and on the same evening, by the same. Mr. Jonas Kygner.to Miss Alida EIow. Q T O R E T O L E T , N o . 71 State IO street A lirst rate stand f o r a I )rV Goods Store, or an y other kind of b u s iness, lately occupied by Peter K o we and at present by II. B. Rich­ ard? as a Bookstore. Said store is hi) feet deep.— Possession \iven on the U t o| May. A Bo, T o l.et from the 1st of .May next, the Store Xu. !' !. l-’i rry-stn et—a good stand for a .Milliner or U oitu.-imal.er, Dry Goods or I'rockery Store. For fi.rili. r particulars inquire of 31 YM> T. VAX G r ’ Y S U X G , ( 'ornr r o f State and I-\ rry-sts. ril ’0 l a K T Fyb't .‘M iln* lirst of .May ne\t, or sooner, E. a D u e l l i n g House uml store. For J. BIB i IUiUK'K, No. 2d, State-st. \ i - ril 1 , 1 :: g . f.jgi; \ i ^ I! W O J i H T B d \ a Y - ~ T I u - ( ii|,;Utn u . Jg Jt/ s|iip In ietnliire e x i s t i n g imdet- the firm .•fi \ St m i ; A I b . u v , as dealers in J)rv is llii-. ilav d i ' * i d v e d by mutual cun- 'I ut. Tln-y li tu.n llu-ir siiiceru timnks to their firi. n.U and Uo- public tor the patruuagu b e s t u w cd upon Mu tu. J i U S i : M. V A N s L Y C K , A N D R E W D O R N . Sken r r f a d y , M me'i 2 1 , M 3 7 . N . IE 'Flie b u s i n e s s in future w i l l be c o n ­ d u c t e d by tin- sifiisbrilier at N o . 87, State-st. w h o is duly a u t h o r i z e d to co l l e c t till d e m a n d s due the late firm, u h i i - h lie w i l l b e plea s e d to b a \ e settled as so o n as p o s s i b l e . 'EIiosc having d e m a n d s again s t them w i l l p r e s e n t the s a m e for p a y m e n t . J. M. VAN SLYCK. Srhrni r iady, M a i eh 24, 1837. O K E A T B A U G A L M 4 . T IIF, su b s c r i h e r intiuiding in a sh o r t tim e to le a v e the cily , w i l l tliis day c o m m e n c e s e l l i n g iiis valu a b l e s t o c k o f B O O K S A T C O S T , co n s i s t i n g o f C l a s s i c a l , S t a n d a r d , M i s c e l l a n e o u s and S c h o o l B o o k s , all o f w h i c h have been p u r c h a s e d at the l o w e s t price arid w i l l hr* d i s p o s e d o f a c c o r d i n g l y . T h o s e d e ­ sirous o f p u r c h a s i n g cheap can n o w b e .-ac­ c o m m o d a t e d , at 71 Sla t c - s t . II. B . R I C H A R D S . Seht nrriadu, March 2 o, lM t i . ' l ^ X K C r T O K ' A O T I G I f i . — A 11 J S 2 i {icrsons ha\ ing claim s against the estate n Jacob Sir/Is, late o f the city o f S c h e n e c t a ­ dy, d e c e a s e d , are required to e x h i b i t the s a m e w i t h the v o u c h e r s t h e r e o f lo tlm s u b ­ scrib e r , at his r e s i d e n c e in Cinirch-struct, in said c ity, at or before the first d a y o f O e t o - ber rn-x' r n s u i n g . N I C H O L A S S W I T S , Schi ni etadit, March 24. 1 M T . Executor. ~~ MOHAWK BANK STOCK, H S H A R E S F O R SALE. Apply f to J. B R O D E R I C K , M a r c h 1, 1837. N o . 2 3 S t a t e . s t . M E R C H A N T T A I I i O K I A G . rM IH E subscriber continues this business, at JL the store lately occupied by W m . J ames T eo / er & Co. in State-st. where he will be happy to wait on his friends, and customers in general. YVat. JAM E S TELLER. Schenectady , Aug. 2G, 183fi. __________ 335 T A T E ’ P t B l 7 l C A T I O N S . —East JL A and W est, a Novel, by the author of Clinton Bradshaw; the Rambler in Mexico, by Latrobe, received this day and for sale at No. 71, State-street, by II. B. RICH ARDS. Nov. 2D. B U I L D I N G L O T S F O B S A L E . Tfl LO T on W’ater-street; E 1 Lot on tlm Saratoga Rail-Road ; 1 Lot on Cburch-street continued. For terms apply to JOHN STRO NG . March 1, 1^37. SGltml B - U O O J I H A N D L E S , manufactur, ed and for sale by I. R. G REENE, Duanesburgh.— Oct. 20, Private Episcopal Institute, i R O Y , M. Y . U N D E R th e a b o v e n a m e , th e S c h o o l o f the s u b s c r i b e r will o p e n on (lie first o f M a y e n ­ siling,, e n l a r g e d , a n d w it h m a t e r i a l l y e x t e n d e d fa­ cilities for ii th o r o u g h l y p r a c t i c a l a n d C h risti a n e d u c a t i o n . B u i l d i n g s a r e in a c o u r s e o f c o m p l e t i o n , w h i c h will be re a d y for use bv th e tim e m e n t i o n e d , s p e ­ cially d e s i g n e d lo r this I n s t i t u t i o n . T h e y a r e n e w , s p a c i o u s a n d sightly, a n d wil/ lie f i tt ed up on n c o n ­ v e n i e n c e o f plan a n d in a n e a t n e s s o f style i h a t are n o t e x c e e d e d . T h e y will a c c o m m o d a t e forty p u ­ pils— a l l o w i n g Iw o to e a c h r o o m — with a G e n e r a l S c h o o l R o o m , C h a p e l , a n d R e c i t a t i o n R o o m s . T h e locatio n is u n s u r p a s s e d in poin t o f h e a l t h i ­ ness a n d licaniy. It is upo n a n e m i n e n c e in ihe subui lis o( the cily, set tiring, by i t s r e t i r e m e n t nnd cievn.Mon, a b e e a n d h e a l t h y a t m o s p h e r e , a n d com m a n t li n g an e x t e n s i v e a n d delightful vie w . A m p l e g r o u n d s a r e c o n n e c t e d with th e e s t a b ­ l i s h m e n t , for g j m n n M i c a n d o t h e r e x e i c i s e s , and for p u r p o s e s o f g a r d e n i n g . T h o u g h pro f e s s e d l y a B e a r d i n g School, a n d c o n ­ te m p l a t i n g the a d m i s s i o n o f no pup il s b u t s u c h ns b e c o m e re g u l a r m e m b e r s o f lh e h o u s e h o l d , } et the sch o o l will he n i n i e strictly on the m o d e l o f a well d i s c i p l i n e d cluisti.in f a m i l y ; lh e i n t e r c o u r s e b e ­ t w e e n Ilie p i i n c i p a l a n d p u p i l s a n d b e t w e e n the l.iltfii a n d the o ' h e r in s t r u c t o r s a n d d i r e c t o r s o f lhe family, b e i n g d e s i g n e d to be at o n c e «qu.illy re* n i o \ f d fi o m dis ta n t l e s e i v e on the o n e h a n d , an d u n b e c o m i n g familiarity on the o t h e r . S o far as a c a r e f u l a t t e n t i o n to th e p e i s o n a l co m f o r t o f ihe_ pupils, a n d a p a r e n t a l a d m i n i s t r a t i o n o f the b.tw id kin d n e s s , c a n be s u p p o s e d lo r e n d e r t h e m ha p p y a n d f o i i t e u i r d , as m c m h e i s o f a s c h o o l , so far mav the calctil itions o f p a r e n t s 1,e fo r m e d , iu c o m m i t ­ ting tlit ir son s lo the disciplin e a n d in s tructio n ot this Institution. T h e Instituti o n will b e c a n i c d on by the P r i n c i ­ p a l a n d P r o p r i e t o r , a n d t l u e c Assistants, o f c h n - l a i i o r n i u l o x p o t i e n c e in Ihe p r o f e s s i o n . I t s pla n is to l a k e up a n d e d u c a t e the pupil a« he exists in the s ight o f G o d — duly lo r e g a r d hts word/, liis in t e l l u i m l , a n d his p h y s ica l n a t u r e . In a g r e e m e n t w i t h this n a t u r a l constitution of tiie pupil, th e S c h o o l will be a r r a n g e d in t h r e e d e ­ p a r t m e n t s , the w « r d / , t h e intellectual a n d th e p / q / s - ical. A n d no effort shall be w a n t i n g on th e p a i l o f th e P r i n c i p a l to give to e a c h th e most efficient d i r e c t i o n . T h e M o r a l D e p a r tm e n t , w i n c h involves th e g o v ­ e r n m e n t , will be su p p l ie d hy the* B ii u cip.il. It will e m b r a c e a c o u r s e o f m o r a l a n d religious slndin*s a d a p t e d to e a c h pupil. T o the IIoLV S c ' K i p r c R g s c o n s t a n t r e f e r e n c e will be m a d e as tho In u n d a t i o n on whieli alo n e m a y b e built n s o ­ lid a n d e n d u r i n g c h a r a c t e r , a n d as Ihe only safe a n d p t o p e r basis o f a e h i i s l i a n e d u c a t i o n . T h e vie w s o f Set ip in re Until a n d o f religious duly p r o s e n l f d , will he in stric t n e e m d a n c e w i t h th e d o e i i i n c s , discipline, a n d w o i s h i p o f the P r o ­ te s t a n t E p i s c o p a l C h i n c h . Jt will be th e c o n s t a n t e n d e a v o r in this d e p a r t ­ m e n t to w in ovet to t he 5-tviour, a n d liis b o d y , the ('liu rc l i, t h e iiist a n d stiongefel aff e ctions o f tne you t h f u l he a r t . Tine Intellectual D e p a r t m e n t , Will e m b r a c e all th e O l d m a n E n g l i s h b r a n c h e s n e c e s s a i v to bu s i ­ ness a n d c o m m o i t i al pin suits ; with ad d it io n a l fa­ cilities lot in - ( r u c t i o n in tin* h i g h e r depni inten ts of le.lining, v\iih l e f e r e n c e t o C o l l e g e requirement:* ; ami also in tit aw ing, a m i in m o d e m 1 m a n a g e s . - - T h e f u n d a m e n t a l b r a n d i e s o f c o m m o n e d u e a t i o n will re c e i v e paitic u l . t r in t e n t i o n , as P e n m a n s h i p , R e a d i n g , A r i t h m e t i c . It wiii be c o n d u c t e d by the P r i n c i p a l a n d Assist­ a n t s , anil by sueli m a s t e r s as it m a y be n e c e s s a i y It rum lime to lime to em p l o y . I n s t r u c t i o n in this dep-.u i m e n t will b e d i r e c t e d to th e u n d e r s t a n d i n g . — It will be th e e n d e a v o r h e r e to cu lt iv a t e th e th i n k i n g p o w e r s . T h e pupils will t h e r e f u t e lie ta u g h t th e rationale o f w h a t e v e r c o m e s b e f o r e t h e m , o f G r a m m a r a n d o f th e S c i ­ e n c e s . P a t t i e u l i r r e g a r d will b e h a d to I h r in t e n d e d fu­ ture de s t i n a t i o n o f (lie pupil, an d his e d u c a t i o n be d i r e c t e d a c c o r d i n g l y . H e nt.vs b e lined loi tiie c o u n t i n g l o o m , lor e n g i n e e r i n g , for (o l l e g e , lot te a c h i n g , o r lm the .study o f t h e profes-d m )' T h e P h i j J t a l D i p i r t m o i t , vvhitit is lm e x c i c i s c a n d h e a l t h , is by no m e a n s of m i n o r im p o i l tnee. It will lu; s u p e r i n t e n d e d a l w n j s by a m a s t e r , w h o will h a v e th e svper v ision a n d d u i - c d o n o f (lie p u ­ pils, in all l i m n s nut t a k e n up by the e x e r c i s e s of tin* school, .-uni w ho vvill in s tr u c t in ngie**nble an d use Lu I e x e t c i s e s , p i o m o l i v e o f h e a l t h a n d hapj i- ness. Diligen t a t t e n t i o n to th e p e r f o r m a n c e o f all d u ­ ties, c h e e i f u l a n d e x a c t o b e d i e n c e , n n d p t o p i i c t y o f cb tiortnicnt, a r c t x p e c t e d o f e v e t y lad who b e ­ c o m e s a m e m b e r o f the In s t i t u t i o n . T h e a d m i s s i o n o f pupils vvill b e lesti ic l e d to no p a r t i c u l a r a g e . T h e D o m e s t i c x l r r a n g c m c n t o C t h i s e s t a b l i s h ­ m e n t w i l l b e s u c h a s t o m e r i t tlte a p p r o b a t i o n o f p a r e n t s a n d t o m a k e tiie p u p i l s in e v e r y r e s ­ p e c t c o m f o r t a b l e . I t w i l l b o a n i n v a r i a b l e r u l e Ib r t h e p u p i l s t o f a r e , in till p a r t i c u l a r s , a s d o t h u l u s t r u m o r s , a u d t h e F r i n o i p a l a n d f a m i l y . A D i r e c t r e s s vvill t a k e c h a r g e o f t h o w a r d - ro / i t s o f t h e p u p i l s , a n d k e e p t h e m in o r d e r . P u p i l s a t t h i s I n s t i t u t i o n , vv ill h a v e l i t t l e r e a s o n a b l e u s e f o r p o c k e t m o n e y . T h e y w i l l b e s u p p l i e d b y t h e P r i n c i p a l w i t h all n e c e s s a ­ rie s , a n d m o r e t h a n t h e s e vvill s e r v o o n l y lo c r e a t e u n d n o u r i s h art i f i c i a l t a s t e s a n d w a n t s , w h i c h h a v e a l o o i m p o r t a n t h e a r i n g o n f u t u r e c h a r a c t e r . T l m y w i l l , t h e r e f o r e , bo a l l o w e d n o ’m o n e y , Imt at t h e p l e a s u r e of’ t h e P r i n c i p a l . ' P l u s r u l e w i l l s a v e e x p e n s e t o the parent aud eh i n n : t e r t o t h e f l u i d . T h e T i it ms o f t h e 8 < h u o l n r e $ 2 3 0 p e r a n ­ n u m , p u y a l n V ha/1* x c a t / y in a d v a n c e . T h e c?- ta h / i s l m i e t i l h e i n g f u r n i s h e d w i i l i e v e r y r e q u i ­ s i t e urti<7« I b r u s e . w h e t h e r o f f u r n i t u r e Ibr d o r m i t o r i e s , a s heds*, b e d d i n g , A c . o f a p p a r a ­ t u s f o r s t u d y , b o o k s , s t a t i o n a r y , A c . n o n e o f o f t h e s e a r e r e q u i r e d t o h e f u r n i s h e d h y th o p u p i / s , urn! rio a d d t l i o n u Z c h a r g e s m a d e for t h e use. t h e r e o f . T h e r e w i / / h e >mt o n e v a c a t i o n in t h e y e a r , a n d t h a t d u r i n g t h e m o n t h ol A u g u s t . I t is d c s i r u h / e t h a t e v e r y / a d s h o u l d h a v e e a c h a r l i c / o o f h i s e / o t b i n g d i s t i n c t / y m a r k e d w i t h t h e i n i l i a / s o f h i s n a m e , a n d b e p o s s e s s e d o f a c o m p / u t e i n v e n t o r y o f t h e w h o / e . E a c h p u p i / s l t o u / d a / s o p o s s e s s , a s h i s o w n p r o p e r t y , a ‘ P a r a g r a p h B i b / e , ’ a n d ‘ B o o k o f C o m m o n P r a y e r . ’ P e r s o n s d e s i r o u s o f p / a e i n g p u p i / s in t h i s i n s t i t u t i o n , w i l l p / e a s e a p p / y b e f o r e t h e first o f M a y . F u r t h e r p a r t i c u l a r s r e / a t i v c t o t h e P c h o o Z c a n b e o b t a i n e d b y a d d r e s s i n g t h e s u b s c r i b e r , t h r o u g h t h e P o s t O f f i c e , o r h y a p p / i e a t i o u to J . TY. JM i t c iti.J.T,. E s q . N e w - Y o r k . VV. I k W A L K E R , P r i n c i p a l a n d P r o p r i e t o r . T r o y . March 18, 1837. ttp.Y 3m 0 2 3 t f J A M E S B . V A N V O R S T , . W X O l l . V J E I ' . I T J L . i y t ' , Office in Libcrty-street, adjoining the Utica and Schenectady Rail-road. Seheneetady', June 7, 183G. ___ ~ ' S . H . S E X T O N , Room No. 38, next door to A. I an Santoo ord’s Shoe-Store, Statc-strcct. Schenectady, Dec. 2fi, 183(3. 352lm l W ~~ A V T E D - a GIRL, from 15 to 10 years of age, to take care of children. Apply at this office.- March 21.^ ________ _ ___ L O O K I N G G L A S S E S & L O O K I N G -w- G L A S S P L A T E S . w l • & G. OIILEN, keep constantly on hand a general assortment of Looking G las­ ses and Looking Glass Plates of every de­ scription, which they will sell at the low e s t manufacturers prices, at their Crockery and Shoe Store, No. 46 State-st. Schenectady, March 10, 1837. r p o L E T —from ~L next, a iarg 1 st of May iarge and commodi- i m B ous Storo with a cellar, at a very w ijW S H L moderate rent. Also, two rooms \v llu bed-rooms attached, on second and third noors, situate in State, near Church-street.— 5'.1,re>0L A - VAN SA NTV O O RD , LS ' 40 S t ate-street. mnji A A I ’ E D —A first rate Boottn.m, to w w whom constant employment will bo . A. VAN SA N T V O O R D , ‘10 Sl.ile-stront, given. March 32. Osirom. I jlOK S A L E — T w o D w e ll- . ing Houses with their Out­ houses, and six lots on the A lita­ ny hill—formerly occupied by O. If the above prupcrty is not sold at private sale on or before tho 1 st day of April next, it vvill then be sold at public auc­ tion, at the house of llarvey Davis, at ten o’­ clock in the forenoon of lhat day. Terms made known on the day of sale. M. T. W E N D E L L Schcnecladij, March. 6,1837. 332lA l DjTThe sale of the above property is post­ poned till the eighth day o f April next, at the same place and time ot day,— March 2 CL ( O l i S A L E , - -the House and Lot in Green-sl. lately occupied by the w idow llonrV — -— avVilu£- Ii not sold bv the lotli day ot April next, it w i l l then he to'l.'t. For terms apply to A B R A H A M V A N 1 N G E X . Seheneetady, March 21 , 1837.* * fifir, i m O L E T — a n d p o s s e s s i o n n*iv- I _________ e p 1*1 ° l M*ty, t h e D w e l l i n g a t | p r e s e n t o c c u p i e d b y t h o s u b s c r i b e r . N\fi 1 C o l l e g e - s t r e e t . J O H N D A V I S . M a r c h 13. 31)31 f F O K ' S A L j E , R w o u l d b e e x c h a n g e d fo r p r o p e r t y in tlm c i t y o l ' S c h e - n e c t a d y , a l i U U * B a-id L O T iu GTTmvIiT” a t t h o u p p e r Chur< h, e l e v e n m . l e s N o r t h w e s t o f s a i d c i t y . Ji w i- Jjuilt ibr a S t o r e a n d D w e l l i n g , a n d i- -i g .o d s t a n d !’ >r e i t h e r a m e r c h a n t u r m e r i t . m i - . F o r p . n i c u - la r s i n q u i r e o f G EG. GLIKI N. ffl.Ufi Sfheucritidy, Mtrch_\i), \ '■■7 J .TOB S A L f * i - a j ! Uttb“ s t a n t i a ! l i i m - e . , b r u m Pi . m t . .s i t u a t e in T a t e s s t r e e t . S u ' d m m J, l l o u s c is 21 b y 14 f e e t , t w o s t o ­ r i e s h i g h , w i t h a k i t c h e n in a d d i t i o n . F o r f u r t h e r p a r t i c u l a r s , i n q u i r e o f t h e s u b s c r i b e r in s a i d s t r e e t . J A M E S V A N S I C E . M a r c h 13, 1 S 3 7 . 3 6 3 w 4 O A j I d T — t r o m t b e br.st, u t A p r i l n e x t , t w o s h o p s s i t u ­ a t e i n R o t t e r d a m s t r e e t ; o n e is _____________ a t p r e s e n t o c c u p i e d b y t h e s u b ­ s c r i b e r a s <i S a d d l e A. H a r n e s s M a k e r ’s s i m p , a n d t h e o t h e r is s u i t a b l e f o r a W a g o n M a k e r . F o r f u r t h e r p a r t i c u l a r s i n q u i r e o f D . P . G R E E N O . For S a le .— a quantity o f W o o d b y t h o c o r d . I n q u i r e a s a b o v e . T H I N K S A C . c o n s t a n t l y o n h a n d . T i t o s u b s c r i b e r i n f o r m s b i s l r i e n d s t h a t lie c o n t i n u e s h i s b u s i n e s s tit h i s o l d s h o p ; n n d t h a t i f h e l e t s t h e s u m o , h e vvill lie f o u n d a l t e r t h e 1 s t o f A p r i l , o p p o s i t e t o liis p r e s e n t p l a c e o f b u s i n e s s , o n e d o o r n o r t h o f P e e k ifc V a n S l y c k ’s s t o r e , w h e r e b e w i l l h e h a p p y t o g i v e t h e m a n d t h e p u b l i c g e ­ n e r a l l y e n t i r e s a t i s f a c t i o n in e v e r y b r a n c h o f h i s b u s i n e s s . D. P. G R E E N O. S e h e n e e t a d y , M a r c h 1 3 , 1 8 3 7 . 3U3tf H A M I L T O N I A N S Y S T E M L T H O U S A N D S a r e n o w s t u d y i n g tlie L a n ­ g u a g e s , o n s y s t e m s w h i c h t h e e x p e r i e n c e o f c e n t u r i e s lias d e m o n s t r a t e d c a n o n l y i m p a r t a n i m ­ p e r f e c t k n o w l e d g e o f t h e m , b y t h e la b o r o f s e v e ­ ral y e a r s . I n s t e a d o f t e a c h i n g t h e p u p i l t o t r a n s ­ la t e , so o b v i o u s l y t h e m o d e in d i c a t e d b y n a t u r e a n d c o m m o n s e n s e , in o r d e r to u n d e r s t a n d t h e w o r d s o f a l a n g u a g e , it i s s u p p o s e d n e c e s s a r y t h a t h e s h o u l d k n o w t h e l a w s b y vv h i c h t h e w o r d s a r e c o m b i n e d , before lie k n o w s i h e w o r d s t h e m s e l v e s ; h e i s th e r e f o r e n o t taught, b u t ordered io learn, n o t t h e la n g u a g e , b u t t h e ru l e s o f t h e la n g u a g e , th e g r a m m a r o f i t —a n d to g e t h y h e a r t ru l e s, a n d to w r i t e e x e rc i s e s o n t h e s e ru l e s for m o n t h s , a n d some ti m e s years , before lie is p u t t o t h e s t u d y o f th e h u i g u a g o itself. It is s o l e l y to e n a b l e t b e p u ­ pil to u s e liis d i c t i o n a r y , this m i g h t y e n g i n e of m o d e r n e d u c a t i o n , tl m t t h e p u p i l is ob li g e d lo w a d e t h r o u g h a g r a m m a r . T h e H a m i l t o n i a n S y s t e m , o n t h e c o n t r a r y , in ­ s t e a d o f s u b j e c t i n g tho l e a r n e r to t h e u s u a l dVudg- •ry o f . e t l i n g b y h e a r t w h o l e v o l u m e s o f t h e m o s t a b s u r d a n d u n m e a n i n g definitions, i n t r o d u c e s th e l e a r n e r at once to th e l a n g u a g e a b o u t to ha s t u d i ­ ed , b y m e a n s o f strictly literal a n d analytical trans­ lations. G r a m m a r b e i n g s u b s e q u e n t fo t h e e x i s t ­ e n t \ o f a l a n g u a g e , m u s t he a p p l i e d to i t ; c o n s e ­ q u e n t l y a r. v.MiUAOi; is n o t t o b k i.i; w i n e d in THE HKAMVrAlt, BUT THE UXl.VM.VIAIt IN THE I.AN- (, 1 'a.gk. O n th i s s y s t e m , a n d on th i s s y s t e m o n l y , is t h e p r i n c i p l e r e c o g n i z e d a n d a c t e d on, t h a t G r a m m a r d o e s n o t c o n s t i t u t e t h e f o u n d a t i o n o f t h e s t r u c t u r e o f a n y l a n g u a g e , b u t tho o r n a m e n t s o f t h e finished b u i l d i n g , a n d h e r e o n l y is it re a l l y t a u g h t , b e c a u s e c o m m u n i c a t e d w h e n tho p u p i l is c a p a b l e of a c q u i r i n g il. Mer e, a n d h e r e o n l y , i n ­ s t e a d o f g e t t i n g b y h e a r t g r a m m a r ru l e s , u t t e r l y u se l e ss, or w h o l l y un i n t e l l i g i b l e ; in s t e a d o f po r ­ i n g o v e r d i c t io n a r ie s , to lind a r i g h t m e a n i n g a m o n g t w e n t y w r o n g , t h e p u p i l is I night, c o n t i n ­ u a l l y taught, b y th e i'iva voce labors of bis t e a c h e r , a n d a p f f c t a n d accurate tr a n s l a t i o n is p a t into his h a n d s , in w h i c h t h e g n m m a t i c d construction o f t b e ph r a s e , t h e mood, tense a n d person o f e v e r y v e r b , th e case o f e v e r y n o u n arid a d j e c t i v e is p o i n t e d ou t, a n d t h u s in effect t h e l a n g u a g e is pars’d as w e l l as t r a n s l a t e d . I t is n o w left to t h e e n l i g h t e n e d i n h a b i t a n t s o f lli is c it y to d e t e r m i n e Im w far th i s s y s t e m rnay he w o r t h y ol a d o p t i o n in th e i r families, a r h o w far it m a y he w i s e a n d p r u d e n t to c o n t i n u e , w i t h th e aid o f g r a m m a r a n d d i c t i o n a r y , t h e p u r s u i t o f a p h a n t o m o f k n o w l e d g e , w h i c h e v e r e v a d e s th e g r a s p , u n l e s s y e a r s u re sacrificed t o it. I. Ik I JA M I F / P O N , 8 o n o f th o a u t h o r o f this s y s t e m , a n d a n a t i v e ol F r a n c e . [UF* C l a s s e s o f L a d i e s a n d G e n t l e m e n will b e m e t i n a n y p a r t o f t h e cil y . A p p l y a t Mr. R i c h ­ a r d s ’ B o o , s e l l e r , S t a t e - s t r e e t . N . 15. M r . H a m i l t o n begs l e a v e to refer to th e R e v . Mr. S m r d e s , II . N, W a l t o n , A. L . L i n n , a n d to all his p u p i l s i n this city, lor t h e r e s u l t s o f his s y s t e m . S c h e n e c t a d y , M a r c h 27, 1837. 6.3 C A l S i ^ j L T J P l A / G . — J u s t r e c e i v e d a l a r g o a n d s p l e n d i d a s s o r t m e n t o f s u p e r f i n e , fine a n d t h r e e p l y I n g r a i n e d C a r p e t i n g , o f n e w p a t t e r n s , f o r s a l e l o w b y x l j / r i l 6 , 1 5 3 6 . J O I I N G I I L E N . _ - T R I C K I N G F O R T I i l k T R A D L — T h e JL d a n g e r a n d ab s u r d i t y o f r e i v i n g on th e ad v i c e ol the i i n - x p e i i e u c e d , a n d t h e f l i t t e r i n g a s s u r a n ­ c e s of ig nor,im . p r e t e n d e r s a n d illiterate q u a c k s , w h o boast o f h a v in g “ g r o i c n gray in the p r o fes­ s i o n . '’ is e n t i r e l y t i u s t r a i e d on p e i s o n a l a p p l i c a ­ tion lo l ) n C o o k e , s e n i o r co n s u l t i n g ph y s i c ia n at the L o c k H o s p i t a l , an iii'-titution, u n d e r th e p a t ­ r o n a g e find s a n c t i o n o l K i im p c a i) a s well ns- A m e ­ rican coll eg es— wliere in valids, l t b .o i n g uiid.-r the effects o f \v p h i li s a n d all c o m p l a i n t s p r o n o u n c e d in c u r a b l e by th e indent nod and o b - c u r e , c.m not only r e c o v e r but Ibr e v e r c o u u m i a c t a n d a n n i h i ­ late d i - - a s e . — M a r c h I’/ 3 u T h e UBSCRIPTIO NS to this periodical re- 1 ^!? ceived, and all those wishing to pay lor the past and current year, can do so by call­ ing on J. D. NGRR1S, Agent, at the Cabinet Office, No. 23 Union-Btreet .—March 14. S a ! > d l id i a a K A lasiis* i a a k jT Y g AATJ> C O A U ia T B l M L \ ( j . (T p o L E T — an old established Stand. rPhc i i subscriber oilers to let his Store and sell his Stock in Trade. Being desirous to settle up his business, lie will sell on reason­ able terms lo any in the business or wishing to commence business, l l is, unqe.slionably. a good opportunity. Ile would also notify all those indebted, to call and settle their accounts and notes them­ selves, as it is unpleasant, as well as expen­ sive, to have it done by others. Also —T o Let, the basement room of his present D w e lling, being a fine location for a Doctor’s or Law y er’s Office. Also —T o Let, a Brick Yard, at the head of Libcrty-street—the most convenient, for making lirick in the cily, having a stream of water running through it. About one hun­ dred Cords ot W ood are lying in the yard, which will bo sold on reasonable term s.— W ood will he furnished, and Brick taken in payment, the whole season. JO S E P H LYON. Schenectady, M arch7, lfe37. 362tl C jpH E UTICA FEM ALE ACADEM Y will •iA be open for the reception of pupils on the 8 th day of May next, in a spacious and commodious building, eligibly located in Gen- esee-street, under the general superintendence ofM issUniNtA E. S h e l d o n , as Principal o f the Academy. A fund of $20,000 has been rais­ ed by tho citizens of Utica, for the erection of a large and elegant building for the use of the institution, which will be commenced the en­ suing summer. Miss Sheldon has been, for several years past, the principal of the Schenectady Female Seminary, which, under her superintendence, attained the highest rank as a school for the thorough and accomplished education of young ladies. The course of instruction in this institution will be of the most thorough character, conducting the pupil from the ele­ mentary principles, \through all the higher branches of education, by a steady, progres­ sive improvement. It is designed to be of a strictly practical nature, and calculated, in an eminent degree, to induce habits of reflection, and to expand and invigorate the intellectual powers. The utmost attention will be paid to the moral cul­ ture ol the heart, and to the formation of graceful and elegant manners. The under­ signed, with the most entire confidence, re­ commend this institution, under the charge of its highly cultivated and accomplished Prin­ cipal, to the patronage of their friends and the public. Applicants for admission to the Academy, or for any further information, arc referred to the Principal, or either ofth e Trustees. The Trustees have permission to refer, as lo the character and qualifications ofth e prin­ cipal and her mode of instruction, to the Rev. Dr. Nott, President, the Rev. Dr. Potter, and the Rev. J. A. Yales, Professors, «&c., in Un­ ion College, Schenectady; the Rev. Wm. James, Albany; and the Rev. Mr. Proal, Rev. Mr. Fowler, and the Rev. Mr. Mandeville, Utica. 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All who have acted as agents are s pecially required to make up their accounts for the current volume i mmedi­ ately. aiul remit us an y balance that may be duo US. W e ask for an early notice of all discontinu­ ances at t he close of the volume. U T A H n e w subscribers 17 1 he next v 0,0 m e o f o u r Q u a r t o vvill r e c e i v e ihe (■•! ■ > Y e w - \ o r of charge from tho receipt ol ihcir subscriptions to t h e c o m m e n c e m e n t ol t h e n e w v o l u m e . “ Much ofthe ail and mysf'ry oj M tlicine, strict­ ly depends on the true met hod o f when nut to in re, a/.d when /■< st to adm inister i t . ” at No. 26, Stato-strcct, by „ „ T„ T, July 28, 3834. J. BRODERICK. A C) U R R . — I ’ - K O r E r ^ O R C O O K E , jVlT D . D . I) . L L D . C o n s u l t i n g P h y s i ­ c i a n a n d S u r g e o n , A c c o u c h e u r ; b e i n g r e t u r n ­ e d f r o m a P r o f e s s i o n a l t o u r , c o n t i n u e s t o d i ­ r e c t h i s a t t e n t i o n t o t h e t r e a t m e n t o f all par­ ticular c o m p l a i n t s , a s w e l l a s t o v i s i t a s a g e n ­ e r a l P r a c t i t i o n e r o f M e d i c i n e , a t tiie d w e l ­ l i n g s of t h e s i c k , in t h e c i t y o r c o u n t r y , b y w l i o m h e m a y b e c o n s u l t e d p e r s o n a l l y in e a c h d e p a r t m e n t o f P h y s i c a n d S u r g e r y , a s u o u u l , a t h i s r e s i d e n c e , N o . 3 3 G r e e n - s t r e e t . A l b a n y , F e b . 2 0 , 1 8 3 7 . V A L U A B L E R E A L E S T A T E f TNOIt S A L E , C H E A P . — T h e s u b s c r i b e r offer f o r s a l e h i s H o u s e a n d L o t , s i t u a t e i n U n i o n - s t r e e t , 6 7 f e e t F r o n t b y 2l).\> fleet d e e p . T h e s t r e e t is s o a r r a g n e d t h a t t h e 2 0 5 ft. is i n r a n g e o f Y a t e s - s t r o e t , w e l l s u i t e d f o r b u i l d i n g l o t s . P e r s o n s w i s h i n g t o b u y , w i l l p l e a s e c a l l a n d e x a m i n e t b e p r o p e r t y , a s t b e l o c a t i o n i s a v e r y f i n e o n e , a n d w i l l he s o l d l o w . W M . F . B E N E D I C T . S c h c n e d a i h j , N o v . 2 1 , 1 8 3 ( i . ________________ S c I i c s i o G a d y F e i n a I e ~ S c m i n a r y « T H E T r u s t e e s o f t h i s f l o u r i s h i n g I n s t i t u ­ tion take pleasure in informing its f r i e n d s , t h a t t h e y h a v e e n g a g e d t h e R e v . J a m e s D . L e w i s , o f B o s t o n , M a s s . t o t a k e t h e p l a c e o f M i s s 8 h e l d o n , its p r e s e n t p r i n c i ­ p a l , w h o w i l l l e a v e a t t h e c l o s e o f t h e p r e s e n t t e r m . F r o m t h e i r h i g h c o n f i d e n c e in M r , a n d M r s . L e w i s , t h e y H a l t e r t h e m s e l v e s it w i l l c o n t i n u e t o m e r i t a n d r e c e i v e t h e l i b e r a l p a t r o n a g e o f its n u m e r o u s f r i e n d s . T h e B o a r d i n g E s t a b l i s h m e n t v;ii! b e r e f i t t e d w i l l i n e w f u r n i t u r e , s e l e c t e d w i t h s p e c i a l r o f e r c n e n t o tin; c o m f o r t a n d c o n v e n i e n c e n f i b e P u p i l s — all a r l u - l u s w i l l b e f u r n i s h e d b y t h e P r i n c i p a l . rP h e s u m m e r t e r m w i l l o p e n o n t h e s e c o n d W e d n e s d a y in M a y , a n d n o t o n tl m l a s t W e d n e s d a y in A p r i l , a s p u b l i s h e d in l h e l a s t C a t a l o g u e , t o c o u l i u u e til I c o n w e e k s , ' P o r t n s t h e s a m e a s l i e r c l o f o r e . A n d n i v Y a t i s , J a c o b I'a n V c c h t c n , J. T. Backus, Alonzo Potter, Albert Smrdes, John L De Geoff, George .Mctgairn, T h o m a s P a l n u r , Archibald C r a i g , S a m u i l IV. Joins, A lonzo C. P o i g c . A . L. I Ann, S e h e n e e t a d y , F e b T O B R O O M Da r i d To in A nson, Ilarrcy D a r i s , G iIcs P. Y a h s , T h o m a s L . T h o m p s o n , 52, 1-657. 861 31A R E R S . T H E s u b s c r i b e r has b e e n ob l i g e d , iu order to c o m p e t e w i t h any oilier B r o o m s m a d e in this c o u n t y or e l s e w h e r e , t o m ike s o m e n e w arr.-jngeinenls Io obtain In’s handles, and ta k e s llii.s m e t h o d o f i n forming B r o o m m a k e r s that he can n o w snpplv them w i t h as g o o d an ar­ ticle as w a s ever m a d e u s e ol ju this s e c t i o n o f country, l i e w i l l h a v e an a m p l e su p p l y after i h e '1st o f July next, at ius lm-tory in G l e n v i i l e ami 111 Ilie cily o f S e h e n e e t a d y . H e flatters him s e lf, ihat as he is e n l a c e d w i t h nn ri o f honor, lit* will he able l o fulfil all e n ­ g a g e m e n t s , and that lm vvill all’ird H a n d l e s as l o w if uoi lo w e r than any others m a n u f a c t u r ­ ed in this citv, co u n t y or sta l e . D . F . R E E S E - Glen rillc, March 13, 1837. 36-Ul A I K W A B - \ i i » t j r . — / i n p e r s o n w h o s e a c c o u n t s h a v e s t o o d o v e r s i x m o n t h s w i l l p l e a s e c a l l a n d s e t t l e , o r t h e i r a c ­ c o u n t s w i l l b e l e f t f o r c o l l e c t i o n . J a o: A . V A N 8 A N T V O O E D . T a w I V a v i - L \ V a u \ e d . H E H i g h e s t P r i c e in C.iM), a s u s u a l , w i l l h e p a i d for R O O C o r d s o f H e m l o c k , a n d G O C o r d s o f O a k I? A R K , d e l i v e r e d a t t h e T a n n e i y o c c u p i e d h y t h e s u b s c r i b e r , o r a l -any p o i n t o n t h e E r i e c a n a l b e t w e e n t h i s c i t y a n d C . i u g h - n.i w ag.i. W I L L I A M A N D E R S O N . Schrntrlady, June, i 8:;2. __ llfitf IVyJ I d W B O S H HAS*— T h e P a r l o u r S c r a p B o o k , a n e w a n d b e a u t i f u l A n n u a l f o r 1 8 3 7 . M r . M i d s h i p m a n C a r e y , b y C a p t . M a - r y a l t , R . N . ; J o h n B u i l o r B r o t h e r J o n a t h a n , b y P a u l d i n g ; F r a s c a t i ’s o r S c e n e s i n P a r i s ; t h e F a r m e r ’s D a u g h t e r , a n d o t h e r ’P a l e s . J u s t r e c e i v e d a n d f o r s a l e h y N o v . 1, 1 8 3 6 . I I . B . R I C H A R D S . s t o v e s ! 8 £ © v e § ! ^ P A T E N T LO O K > 3 S T O V E S , f o r C o a l — a n e w arid d e s i r a b l e a r t i c l e ; a l s o , A u s t i n ’s S i x P l a t e S t o v e s , j u s t r e c e i v e d a n d f o r s a l e a t 116 S t a t e - s t r e e t , b y W M . F . B E N E D I C T . A l s o f o r s a l e , a T w o H o r s e W a g o n . Nov. 2. U Y E W J l J V E i V I L E A N N U A L . f T B i H E W R E A T H , o r S U N D A Y S C H O O L ' J L A N N U A L — D e s i g n e d a s a t o k e n f o r t h e v o u n g ; f o r 1 8 3 7 . W i t h i l l u s t r a t i o n s b y A n ~ d e r s o n a n d o t h e r s . F o r s a l e a t R e v . H . B . S T R Y K E R ’ S S u n d a y S c h o o l D e p o s i t o r y , c o r n e r S t a t e - s t . a n d M i l l - l a n e , a n d a t t h i s o f ­ fic e . — N o v . 15, 1 8 3 6 . A \ € A I f i l > . n S A H E s u b s c r i b e r s , b e i n g a b o u t t o c l o s e t h e i r Jg_ b u s i n e s s i n t h i s c i t y , w i t h t h e v i e w o f g o i n g s o u t h , r e s p e c t f u l l y r e q u e s t a l l p e r s o n a i n d e b t e d t o t h e m , t o c a l l a n d s e t t l e t h e i r a c ­ c o u n t s i m m e d i a t e l y . M c M U L L E N & V E D D E R . J a n u a r y 2 , 1 8 3 7 . I T I d A T H E R ~ A N D F l M B N G S o f e v e - j B l A ry d e s c r i p t i o n at A . V . S A N T V G O R D ’S) N o . 4 6 , S t a t e - s t r e e t . — J a n . 2 3 . ____________ ~ C L O V E R S J 5 E I > . B U S H E L S L a r g e W e s t e r n , f o r s a l e F e b 21 W . W . T R E D W A Y . by

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