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Lansingburgh Democrat and Rensselaer County gazette. (Lansingburgh, N.Y.) 1828-1828, June 12, 1844, Image 1

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rtt. j e d . s, liimboa* dt reasdnabte »tes. T M O Y P A M . l t WiDllW SHiDI lA llM IO ill. 'A. New-and sjileudid st.yle of Window yhades, priOi-ed in all colors on a drarsparent elastic preparation that will not B j “ crack or (lie col­ ors-fade,/: 0 Hudson P^vor, and other eections dl the State. They -are valuable ns paintimrs, being connectod ' with the associaiions-of place wliieli is not th e case w ith the creations of lanoy. Any person desiring particular or style o f border, or color, can have tlioin painted to order in a tasteful manner, and a t as low a price a s can ho obtained a t an v fac tb r j. I'rimniings furnished and put up.— Prices of shades tiom S8 ceiits-to per p air.' French papers and borders oftlie latestitn-| I Kiver-St. June ]8d3. - Lansing-biiPfi-h, epten ib e r sign ofthe Anviland Sledge. h/liVShVGf dt HUMPHREY.. March 16, 1844. D E N T I S T . opposite (he T r o v city <Bai)k, \ W i i K I?J3 he niav-at'ail tim es be con VV ted'by those who -may desire his pro­ fessional services. The -best incorruptible -teeth inserted on-every principle adopted by -the mosl-scieutitic, and vvarriinled iu their up- -pearanceto he p -riectiy natural; Also: decayed portions removed from di cayed -toefli; an.l their -ctivities filled wiih gold o r tin which will prevent further de­ cay -thrOngi) life. Tliereputatio'ii for dm iil skill which subscril er sustains in this city, rpnde.s it un­ necessary lor-liun to say that every opcrition will'be peripnned in the most .sati-laelory \ T l '- T e warranted. Tro^'-, June, 1843, E E L IG I O N — W H A T IS I T ? EV BISHOP HEBEB. ;Ts it to go to church to-day, To look devout, and seem to pray, And -ere to-morrow’s sun goes dowi Be dealing slander through the town ?' Does every sanctimonious fact Denote the cei tain reign o f gr Does not a pliiz that scowls a; Oft VO.1 hypocrisy within ? daily walk, rood deeds to ’erras reasonable and all operations nnaoice Gffic eptethber 20, 184B. ireetprs have declared an assess- upon the piernium notes li.eid by the eonipany as follows: upon a ll Breiiiiiiiii notOe infoioe on the 7th day o f August 184a- he suni-of one per cent;upoi> all notes in force on the 211 day of June I84:i, two per cent,; upon all notes in fbrceon the fllhday of July lb4:S. tw o p e roen); upon all notessin in forcee on Iht ' II K ed u ced P rice-S. tw o p e foen jiu j- o n - iU n o le fo r c . ......... *fNassIujtm''Ann‘'\'t“eYts!Ner‘'v^^^ 28th day of I etcher iie'xtf’ Nassau an'' Ann streets. New York, can jb“d-at TiVf.NTV PEii citoT, aEoocTioif from ,ri‘H f s s ' : »» there- andsoine a I. \Cx* reason- lion ever (\s r*\ N . Y IIX A ill oS ion City, 1 im y T \ du ltd on at fine ij.t newedly mm i tiiore recently as Conner public in general that tl execute orders for Frames Ink and every-other iirli, le ne.-. ry to tomi Cumph-te i riiilnig Establislimenls, onus lavorahle terms anil of ns gbod qualm as any other .-stubh-hment in the Unite'd SEW raiCE; INonpureii IVlinion S k , Small Pica horil\r.s CuTs-, erpound. o:i> rn 8llcents. Agat • ill Pica ;14 N^r arl ie'.e.: got up uisheil with p.iUt-rns. 'S'E- . S t ■ S t S £ tu order on bein^fur* L A ? s S ] S iA i{Jlia,l ACADEMY. X.‘\L T.-iui nf l'll^ insUii’iiun will be I iiGi'il oii iho GUi ol' '.Joy next. It still oontiwiu ^4 nmlf'f tiie siipprvi E D, M A i/i li E, us I’lTiioijii-iI, wlm bus ac. ted Ml lliul ca ji.icit V t‘o r llie I up I m x \ ears. Miss Mary E. Sl.ttBr w:li Imve charfro ol the Juvciile UepuilfT’.e.it. Tlio tdition in The Fo'na'e Dcpa'f-nvnt will bo under thi* care ol M'.^s Kmiiy tN'ilcox. a 3 'ouag Ijci) Whosd quulidcaGons t> lake charge of t!.e dopartm -'iit nru of the h order. In the Miiliieni-it.cai uih I hi her English branches, and jjj French, Ornwmg and Ai sib, bereom- p-^tency to give Uioroutr^ inslructionis uttes ted by the strong recommcndalinn of Mr. A. Crittendoii, Pniicipitl at tlie Albany Female Seraiiiaey, From the high moml and iutfd- lectual quulifiraUons o I Miss AViicox, lliede parlmeut is confidentCy coininended tn tiin liberal pairona^rn oftlte frieiuls fi* th.- \1 the public at ^ ( ctober next. By order o f the D irectors, M, L. FILLEY', Keoretwy. L. EANSOM , ^ I W A Staken tl: nge bestuwcil up- ■p, nnd ti'ud 13 1 u 11 ^ 014 - . favor him w ith a cali,(lio assiiroiicotliotiio rHuris i liiiJl bo w anting on h is p.nrt to give ilietn satislac-iiun. N- li. rarlic u lar auenlion will hi> p.iid iiitlii.g and diessing hair, in the best a mist fnsbiniiablo s ty l e , Also, Razors putin com p lete order. Jiiiip, 1843. “s . s s \ ASBlGNiHENT NOTICE. TOHi^ G. b'W E T T , having this day ^ made nil A.s.siginnent of his properiv nnd fiffcls to the undersigned, in trust fur the bei efit of creditors, all persoii.s having d-emnnds against hirn are lo- riuestcd to piesent the same, and all [iviauiia iiiU.-lnea to hiiij .are rerjiicstccl to make immediate payment to tiie un­ dersigned without fiirllior notice. D.AVID T. LAAIB, Assi,gnee. Laiisingburgh, January 12, 1S44. em.s lor sale -Star: s treot, a t the sipn of the em.'s. lor sale ; A nviland blodpre. EAN.^I.\G Laiisingburgh, March I, 1 treot, a t the sign of the HUMPHREY. Se.liaght to the rvquisiU'schol rsliiii, will bring \ bin) to the I tepnrtmcnt the .advantages o( perieiire in thi>lm-iiie.-s of tracimig. Tuition n the coiiuiioii Erglisii li.-anrhes, $3 75 per qu.arler or $ 5 p e r term of 1 months. Ill the higher Mrighsii hranches, fc7 per q .arter, or $>i oil lor n trnn. D'> do and in I a' in. ( flebiew, pci quarter, or •> per ( Froncli and Driiwino p.icii $;) per quarter extrw or vl p r teim o f 4 iiiunlhs. Bmrd is readily oliiained in re-peel aide private fnini lies on rea.sonaole terms. Holdbacks, Stops, Wear irons, etc , for sale 'if ’•be sign ol the Anvil and ° LANSINf. & h u m : UREY. Lnnsingburgh. Match 1, J'-41. T ^ I L L A N O > < OUT SAWS. Two eases J.VX Rowlands 1 Jiiindiilpliia U arriuiteii Mil) and X ctoss saws in Store. For sale state st. at llie sign of the arvil and sledge. March M, Ia41. ____________ ___________ p E t U L l A HOWARD, orthe Young Lady ^ who had finished her oduention, by T. S. Arthur, ju s t received and lor sale nt the New'S llostn, N' j - ^‘2:5, State street ; aUo, Piew Vorkdaily papers oan behad allheoffice c . , . „ 1 .. l y OTiCE is hereby given, that my wife AIARY, has left mv bed and board o f her own account, aiid without my consent—I hereby forbid anyperst or persons harboring or trusting her t ray account. EDWARD HORNABROOK. ighticoke, A])ril H, 1844. Is it to make And of our OM Yet often practice secret iTlme, And thus iiiis-speud our precious time. Is it for sect and creed to fight, To call our zeal the r tie of right When what we wish is, at the best ‘ To SCO our church o-vcel the rest ? Is it-to wear the Cliiislian dress, And love to all mankind profess. To treat with scorn the humble .poor, And bar against them every door ? Oh, no ! religion means not this ; lls fruit more sweet and fairer is— H is, tn others do ■ould have them do to you. ft grieves to hear an ill report, And scovns with human wucs to sport— Of other’s deeds it speaks no ill, But tells of good o; else keep still. And does religion this impart? Then may its influence fill my lieart ; Oh ! haste the blissful, joyful day, When all the earth may own its sway. U n c le l£enSainiii’s S tory. Not many hours, ago I heard Benja- lin discussiuo- this mntler to his. sou of the pun.-srin:. ny,” said the old leaned on Ins staff, with his gray locks llovviiig in the breeze pf a May morniiig-'inurmuriiig pays no bills, m been an observer ters aro bad, I acknowledge, but no ul- A.iii n cer ia any the better for fingering. Tire losses h ig. U you grow, inly putting ■ will fail “Repining at losses is on pepper inln a sore eye. C n p s w in all soils, nnd we mav be thankful have not a famine. Hc.-^idcs I alw.' took notice whenever I felt the rod j ly smartly, it was as niiich as to sav, “here is somathfng for you to learn ’’-k-, \ igot that your soiiool- :n. tijoug-h you have a C o p B 'is.—-A Philadelphia phjsi- cian, ill a letter to a l.uiy on wearing corsel-s, has the following rem a rks: “ 1 anticipnle the happy period when the fairest poition of the fair cre-dtion will step forth uriincumbered with slabs of w alnut and tires o vvhaiebirae. The constituiion of ou females a re rrost cxeelloat to vvit-hstani iu any tolerable dettree the infl'Ctioiis ol the ciirseis,emdit hours every day. No, (ilhor um'mal could survive it. Take the juinovt ox, and enclose his sidea withluKip-poks ; put an oak plank be­ neath him, an I gird thu whole with a bed-cord, and demtind ofliim labor. He wotdtl labor,— but it would be for hrcii 111 . I OWN C ourt B ill .*—F ather,’ said g lady o\ ■irty ■ faUicr. Bill that our y>mng lady o f th to her parent , faUicr. vvlmi sort of a bill is this Tow n ing^ abtiiu ort o f a bil ■ legislators are quarrell- W h.it arc its provis- espocially lor girls ot your age. is sraleulatad, 1 believe to prevent toting men from going out of town to do ‘theircourting.’ -‘Good ! good exclaimed Molly. “Tlint's iho host hill I ever hoard \of. Ah me ! w!i liy w a ’nt that thought of I k t e r b s t i x g t o old P b o p i , e .— VYo liiidiii an old paper the fiillowing iiK'lhud n commended to aged people, a s n m o a n s t f enabling tliem to pre­ serve tiifiit ;■( \ ( -M'glit, or to n cover it alter it has /iiik d • “ E v e ry inornirg, wlicti washing yourself, dip y our face in the waler, opoii your eyes, and keep them under lilt! water r s long as you can hold bi c.ilb. This slrengtliens the eve, and eiennscs it from the vhoum ,' which A. aentlc-man in M aryland, bv the OP LIFE'—Beware of insarted in them- of the il/usioHssofrancy.'done offai .’s the Rhine, a’td, - stream of Time, -it flows amid the' is of the Past. 1 see nivself there-! le il/usioH in Woolwich, Deptfc lows t-hg Rhine, a ’it4,iiko, smouth. A s ia the taiioriing T h e s i ream dreams! b eware < Beneaili me floH ruins of the Past. 1 see myself th in, and I know that I am old. T h o u , loo, sliak be old. Be wise in sg ison Like the steam of thy fife, runs the stream beiiea-th us. Down froirr the distant Alps—out into the wide world, it hursts nwav, like a yo u ilr from tiie house of his f,ithers. BVond - breasted and strong and with endeavor, like manho luth. As in tl gives security for materials sent ley do.i the bones that are This work is chiefly Deptford and PorR a sweater ! safe return of the from London, and that lateromploys hands to .whom he pay less wages than three half j foreach pairof stays, otherwise lu have no profits. The bones- are ted in the warehouse here, as soon as the stays are returned- The stock rna* kers are as badly paid, and their work is, if possible, tnoro severe, as-the stich ■ ’ .villi neatness and of genll'einen’'s le he would endeavor, like manhood, it m a“ through itsgravo, passes intolhegrei ooc-an, which is its eternity. Thus sivali bo with thee.— L onofellow . -piece, but by the w to entitle themselves to he engaged^ they must work sixteen hours n day, and for these si.xieen hours hard -daily E t li leli lales the fdllowin VLVG.— Gali ' amusiiigan- can find out it’s a tarnal fine atinir ^ T’\-'’ f^cHow, named Soub jfiially for girls o f your age it »lc. made Ins appearance at the aleulatacl, 1 believn tn r.rnvpm fi’e Correciioiml T these si.xie labor, they are only paid 4s A sweater also contracts for and employs hands who mploys hand ling the sixteen hours for vedut this work, istlabor du- such a stereotype st pressive of self-coiU gentleman in M aryland , by the le of .liurtes Calder, after using followed this Sainmy, don’t ins' is not over vei wife ami cliilHidn.' ‘^Vy’’ cried Sammy, “you may sav that, ami a tnoilie.i-in-!itw, ami two aii- prenticcs iwo tiro bargain; and I should lice to Know what n poor man can learn here, wlien the greatest sclmlnrs and lawyers ore at logeer-heads-, and cat jr tiiuir lives tell what has become re liavil 'i,oncv.’’ “Solily, Sammy,! am older than vou. I have not got these grav hnir,-. and'ihis crooked back without .'•ome Imrdciis. I could tell you strncs of the datso f con- ly for a yearling or a wheat fau, aud ' - \ ckis for 25 . uid at tlic age of 70 recovered Tii^tight-ko as to see without them. Dipping ui'C crow n of tiio head into coin w ater every morning, both win- er and sunitiicr, is a preservative a- gaiiisfHlie lie-id nndear-acho, and will tinl.;ii!illy iissisl the other operation in ils eiidcl upon the eyes.’ o at the bar Tribunal, with ile on his lips.tx- intentinenl and good- uro, that every ona present was as- ishod when it was found that he was charged with beating his wife, The following colloquy ensued between the President nndlhe prisonci “You are accused of tenting and kicking your wife.” “ Aye, aye— it’sn habit I’ve got.” “ You would do well to get rid of it.” “ Of my wife? J should like nothing belter 1” “No,no, not tlial—you hnow perfac- well what J mo m. H ave yi uanv ison to complain of y our wife ? *‘1 n't linnw tliat 1 have, but you must see when I am in a rage it\ must fall upon something, and as my wif« is ai- ways at home, why she calches iD’’ “ It it did not fall on her I suppose I should be for breaking the furnilun but theieis no such risk, you know, in rife-’’ Here ilie Presi- ’-I your lounguc, ivate your ofi- ivder that the sweater may g e t some profit. The creatures who are en­ gaged to those two branches of fashion­ able and necessary attire, are generally females of tender years, who have de- lending upon their exertions, perhaps, in aged, enfeebled parent.’* T he O ldei V T ime .— T he lust num­ ber ofthe Law Reporter gives some a- ising facts illustrating the modus op'^ of jurisprudence in the days of our fathers. W e select the following.' “ T he second offence committed in the Plymouth Colony was, as Governor Bradford informs us, ‘ the first duel fought in New England, upon a chall­ enge at single combat with sword and dagger, between Edward DoT^a^d ly and Ed­ ward Deister, servants of Mr. Hopkins. Both being wounded, the one in the hand and the other in the thigh, they are adjudged by the whole company, to /lave their hands and feel tied together. striking mv ’ dent exclaimed, “Hold y 1 I you only aggravi \iw ward Do E ?- of Mr. Hopki the one in the thigh, tl hole company ■ hands and feet tied together, lie twenty-four hours wilkoul meat or drink.’ ” Should a certain ra'an, living less than a thousand miles fioin Ashland, be dealt with according The Tiibmifi! sentenced him tw o mills’ imprisonment. On hoai licit his everlusl J, be dealt with a Dlyinouth colony law, he would not mrt quite so well as his friends anticipate.—Bos/ow Chronical, T H E LO U D ’S P R A Y L R . !l is divine. H o w excclent must 1)0 ilio (leiiii )U vvhicli the King-him- -.Hl h as lirswu Ufi.— It must certainly meet Willi acceptance from its uuth- It is ciimprelionslve. There “t, be ii'ctr.i'itied a petition new luniiaii not meImJed in iheso __ ‘ kiiig.lran come—T liy will be don< which his eve he remarked, not expect that. T w o i shipping one’s wife! Whai of m arrying !” rs-iss-s - i s S s - Its magic increase in wealth and popu­ lation is perhaps without a parallel even in this land of hot-bed growth. A few years since, the majestic Meriimac m onihs t’s t necessary COL. CROCKET IN A QUANDARY. “I never but once,’’ said the Colonel, “was in wiiat I call a real genuine quandary. It was during my election erring campaign for Congres—at which time I sltollcd about in the werods irticularly ...................... -.1 be (lone— us this day our daily bread— n-|.'iyc us our trespasses—L o ad us I iii’o tem p tation--D elivci us from mt ill the woods so pestered with politics, that irgot my riflle. Any man may forget his rifle, you know ; hut it isiTt every ir his foTgelful- Ifoi 'H '^ IShOLUTION.— T he Cupartiier ship heretofore e.xi.-ting between imlcr the linn of Tiiom- dissolvcd on the ;A n !' Lansiiigburgh, May 1, 1844. pay lor n yearling or a wheat fau, aii when the Jeivey women used thorns for p^l^, and laid llir.sr lea-pots awavin AMu wish to know udiat A'uii may learn these the KuL)BCribei'.‘5,ur CniT.iu ic Cl)., 25ih of March last, hv mutual THOM A S CURR. CALEB BURBANK. . J'A.NSI.VG ft IIUMI'HUEY. Lansmg!)nr<;li, Marcli I, 1844. M OTICE of charge of Debts pursuant third article ot i chapter of the s ed Statutes. W illi im D. Earle, insolvent—Notice first published thirtrenili dnv of Atiril 1844-Crediiors to aimcar and sh, ’ .pphcalion for the Dis- th.nt vmi h 111 Insolvent from his fashiui of to the pmvisious of the demved ini uc first liUe of the fifth cond part of the Revis- Jareftsliy I S ' i s , ^ R G L I S I I HlO.V.-~Ame)ican Rolled Wa- Rensselaer Counlv M u lm lInsurance Compamj. ] r .“(““““f. “ '‘'™ ‘■;«i ^jT o f Reiiss ills olfico in the Court House iii Trov, 1 the 18ih day of May, A. D. 1844, M n oklock, A. M. of that day. M c C oxiiie & RonEUTSoN, A tl’ys. Lioinvany. W,alels^; rorfuniei'y of all ..... a , ..a .,. garret. J oil can Icai seven things: ‘‘I‘ irst : That yo'u have saved too lit­ tle and spent too much. [ never laiight you to be a miser, hut I have semi vmi giving your doHar for a “ nolion, when you might have laid onc-lialf aside for a rainy day. “Secondly ; That Von have gone much 011 credit. I always lold you < (lit was a shadow ; it shows that ih IS a suhslaiico behind, u liich casts shrduw ; hut a mnall hodv innv cast a great .shadow ; and no man wilj follow lira shadow any furihor than he can .see the siib-iaiire. You may now learn III Imve follui.ed tli • opinion and others, until vou have been myed inio n bog. ‘riii.idly : That you ];ave been in oil baste to becuino ricli. Slow Id easy wins the race. “Foiinlily: That no course of life “ bo depended upon as ahvav.s pr,>s- I am afraid the younger class Ig m m in America have had a 1 nobody would go to ruin on if the waler. Providence ha.s greatly blessed us, but wo have bcG< It is si.ljlime. This character of lesign. W h a t is more , .. -1 p rayer ? The loftiest I'vice on caith is the footstool of Jeho­ vah. The grandest posture is pros- inile before his throne, III ils laiigUDgc. The siin[jle ic.li stiuck ' ----- ’ious'is ’ g aii.ieur which stiuck L o n g ‘f-et there be light and there wus light’ dies i,i every sontmice of tills Il'jru are no swelling words ivisdom— here is nolliinj [uuyer. ufinan's ihis side of t tly blessi presiimpliioiis. “Fiftldy : That you may bo tliankful our lot is 110 worse. \Yo miglit have famine, or pestilence, or all together. “And lastly, to eiij my sermon, you may learn tn ( ffer, with mire nmjer- siaiiding, the prayer of your infnncv, “GiVc us this day our daily bread.’’ The old man ceased, and Sammy put his apron, and told Dick to blow a- ’ nt the forge bellows. ID^ Matthew 0. Patterson was o,i Monday chosen District Attorney for the city and county of New-Y'ork, in place of James R, Whiling, who clechned a ’•\-election. 4— ■milling languuce of subJuno devotion—clus- leiied by filial awe. 3. ]ii ils niiH-t'piior.s. Jn v.iin wo look fur sublimity, .> here those a t e I'oor. But what vasinoss have we here !—God— ihc kingdom of God— angelic obedience— e a iih—the will of God, '.he only law of its otic tlious.md iliiuns of living moil— llie . doctrine lhalall men can suli'tr—dread— de- livd'ence from evil— the power, the glory, the eternity of God 1 W as ev er so oiuch comprtlnnided in so fc\ iSecondly. C-msilcr the spirit of le Liird’.s prayer. Father; ou know ; b 1 can make amends for his foTgelfuf- i by Ins inventive faculties, I guess. It chanced as I was strolling along, con­ siderable deep in congfessionals, the rlingi :oecle( ig that’ took my fancy was the of some young bears, whtcli hollow tree; the proceeded from trance being mo the ground. I mounted the tree, but I soon found that I could not teach the cubs with m.y hands, so I went feet fore­ most, to see if I could draw tli-em out lyith my toes. I hung on, at the top of the hole, straining with all m y m ighno reach them, until at last my hands slip­ ped, and down I went more than tiven- ty feet, to the bottom of that blacithole; y id there I found myself almost hip since, the majestic Merrimack over its rocky bed almost “ soli- t.iry and alone,’’—a few isolated dwel­ lings serving to cheer the barren waste upon Its margin. Now its bright wa­ ters are turned from their legitimate cliamiel by the powerof human art and made to propel a vast amount of ma­ chinery. The once bleak plains are now occupied by stupendous manufac­ tories, handsome blocks of dwellings, stores and woiltsliops, giving employ­ ment or shelter to more than thiriy ihousindof as moral, industrious, in- -Ji'al, it -------- lelligent and enterprising peopb be found in any city of similar ir magni- istics late=> rd .s pruycr ivatlics ;i li ‘Uivo us this day forgiving spirit irospassc-s as vve forgive iircm that trespass against us,’ A cauli nis -spir- it : ‘Lead us not into teniptation, but ddivof us from evil.’ A cmifidui lull spirit—‘Foi thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glorv forever and ever. Amen. An editor up countrv thinks it qi imprudent for one of t'he corps to mame.h “ Poh .’’’ says he, “what The, deuco has an editor to do with a wife-— 1 s o L foundThatfralgM^aTvvdf Tnde lake to climb up the greasiest part o f rainbow as to get back, the hole in the tree being sii large, and its sides so smooth and slippery from file rain. Now this was areal, genuine, regular quan­ dary. If so be I was to shout, it would have been doubtful whether they' would hear me at tho settlement—ami i f thoj did hoar me, the story would ruin my election, for they were a quantity too cute to vote for a man that had ventui ed into a place that he couldn’t get him self Gut of. \Yoll, now while I was calculating whether it was best to shout for help, or to wait in the hole till aftoi election, I heard a kind of farnbling and grumbling over I up, saw the old bear ir coming pownst My motto is ahv most upon me. “go-ahead !’’ and as soon as lowered liersclf withi d looking yriiing for glory and printing on trust 1 hey ought to be ashamed of themselvi 0 indulge in such luxuries.’’ lovycred liersclf within my reaclv, 1 got a tight grip of her tail in \my left hand, and with my little buckhorn hufted pen kiiitoiri tiie other,I commenced spurring her forward. I ’ll be shot if ever a mem­ ber of Congress rose quicker in the world than I did. She took me out in e shake of a lamb’s tail.” Though all the winds of doctrine be let loose to play upon the earth,so Trnth be in the field wedoinjuriouslv to doubt her and ■\ ' ’ her strength, grapple. W1 W ho ever knt w T i the worse in a free and 1 cit.ssion l~MiUon. faLseheo ruth to I e open dis- tilde in the Union. From slalistii ly published, it appears that the thirty- three large mills in this city, owned by eleven distinct companies, embrace an aggregate capital stock of !i 10,650,000. The number of bales of cotton used an­ ally, averaging 361 pounds each, is ^ 3 0 ; llic number of spindles is 201,. 3; the number of yaids of cotton iiufactured per annum is 74,141,600; quanuty of wool used per annum 1,900- OOO pounds, and 3,000,000 teazles ; number of yards of cassimere manufac- 5 o f broadcloth 1,800 ; average amount of wages paid per insnih is $130,000; consumption o f starch per annum 80-5,000 pounds ; of charcoal 12,500 tons; wood 3,900 cords; oil, 67,849 gallons. Tho Lock and Ca- nal Machine Shop, included among the 33, It is said, can furnish machinery complete fora mill of 5000 spindles in four months, and lumber and materials are always at command with which to build or rebuild a mill in that time i f required. When building mills, the Locks anJ Canals Company employ di­ rectly and indirectly from 100 to 120Q hands. To ihe above named principal establislimcms may be added the Low­ ell W ater riuofing, connected with the JliddlDSL'x Maaiifacluring Company,the e.xteiisivo Powder Mills ofO .M . AVhip- ple. Esq., the LinvellB'eacheiv, with a capimi of ®50,090; Flannel Mill, P a - p£*r Mil], Card and WhipFaclory, Pian^ ing Machine, Reed Machine, Foundry, Grist and Saw M ills-together employ- fo(j^500 haiul.s, and a capital of $500,- In point of population Lowell now stand.s second on tho list of Ne.v Eng­ land cities.—Her State tux is second in amount only to that of Boston. CC^The pre id-nt it is said has deter­ mined to veto the Eastern harbor and river bill. It is also supposed, as a ihai- isalsosupposed. a s a I! that he will veto the wt».- barhor bill,

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