Daily Albany Argus
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Title: Daily Albany Argus
Alternate Title: Albany Argus
Daily city gazette
Physical Description: v. : ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Croswell & Van Benthuysen
Place of Publication: Albany N.Y
Creation Date: December 14, 1839
Publication Date: 1827-1856
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Albany (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Albany County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- Albany -- Albany
Coordinates: 42.652594 x -73.757314 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Micro Photo Div., Bell & Howell Co.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 681 (Dec. 27, 1827)-v. 31, no. 9252 (Feb. 16, 1856).
General Note: Publishers: Edwin Croswell, Obadiah Romney Van Benthuysen & Thomas M. Burt, 1831-1834; E. Croswell, O.R. Van Benthuysen, Thos. M. Burt & Sherman Croswell, 1834-1840; Edwin Croswell, Henry H. Van Dyck & Sherman Croswell, 1840-1843; Edwin Croswell & Sherman Croswell, 1843-1848; Edwin Croswell, Sherman Croswell & Samuel M. Shaw, 1849-1850; Edwin Croswell, Sherman Croswell, Samuel M. Shaw & James I. Johnson, 1851; Edwin Croswell, Sherman Croswell & James I. Johnson, 1851-<1853>; Sherman Croswell & Gideon Tucker, 1854; Calvert Comstock & James I. Johnson, <1855>-1856.
General Note: "Republican," 1827-1833; "Democratic," 1834-1856.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Succeeded by: Atlas & Argus (Albany, N.Y. : Daily)

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E. CROSWELL, Printer to the State.
0. R. VAN RENTHUYSEN, Proprietors.
THOS. M. BURT, Prpretor.
Office No. 370 South Market street. T Countin1
Room in the second story.

DAILY ALBANY ARGUS-Eight dollars per annum
payable half yearly.
per annum, payable in advance.
ALBANY ARGUS, wzKKLY-Two dollars per annum
payable in advance, without which no paper will be sent
no subscriptions received for less than six months.
No paper will be discontinued, (unless at the discretlor
of the proprietors,) until all arrearages are paid.
Terms of Advertising by the Square in Daily

[Sixteen lines or les
Square, 1 day, $0 50 1
2 0 75
3 1 00
4 1 13
5 125
6 1 38
2 weeks, 2 13
S 3 2 88

is make a square.]
Square, 1 month, $3 00
6 weeks, 4 50
2 months, 5 0O
3 6 00
6 10 0
9 15 00
1 year, 20 00
(Paper not included.)

rit Insolvent notices inserted six weeks for $1,67; ten
weeks for $2. Other legal notices are charged at the rate
of 50 cents per folio (of 100 words) for the first insertion,
and 20 cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. In
all cases, payment is required in advance.
All letters and communications must be post paid.

N OTICE-An application will be made at the next en
suing session of the legislature of thial statr', for ar
amendment of the charter of the United States Insura, c
Company oh the city of New York, wherby said corn
,,any shall be empowered to make fire insurance and lif
:isurance, as well as marine, and for further time for fill
iug up its stock and for power to receive the same kin
of securities in payment for subscriptions and loans ii
ether stattes as were authorized originally in this state
and for appointment of new commissioners. New York
Nov. 15th, 1839. noI8-dt9an5
1OF HARTFORD, Conn offers to insure buildings
goods, merchandise, and personal property generally, a
against loss or damage by fire, with the assurance to the
public, that all its transactions shall be conducted in a
manner worthy of their confidence.
THOS. K. BRACE, President.
S. L. Loomis. Secretary.
COR'S TEN BROECK, Agent, Albany,
fe8--m Office Atheneum Building.
NOTICE-All persons indebted to the estate of the
late Stephen Van Renqselaer deceased, are request-
ed to make payment, at the office of theestate in the town
of Watervliet; and all persons having demands against
said estate are requested to present them at the same
place for settlement. Watervliet. April 25th, 1839.
apw-tf Executors.
DOMESTIC DRY GuODS, at the old stand of William
Baglev, No. 384 S. Market, corner of Hudson street,
B. F. Moseley. Albany.
A. B. Van Gaasbeek.
N. B.-Merino Shawls. Clothsand Cassimeres. ap3
EXPECTORANT, for coug:,s, colds, conmump ion,
asthma, spitting of blood, hoarseness, whooping-cough,
difficulty of breathing, andi other pulmonary affections.
and speedy cure for dysentery, diarrhea, cholera mor-
bus. &c. &.c.
THE TONIC VERMIFUGE-A pleasant, safe and
certain preparation for the removal of worms, dyspep-
siea, sour stomach, fever and ague, want of appetite, and
ail diseases of debility, especially of the stomach and
bowels and organs of digestion. 'T e above medicines
are sold genu ne at THE VARIETY STORE.
oe31 392 Souih Market st.
Thle subscriber will be discharging Lehigh egg coal
from the vessel, all next week, at $6 50 per ton, deliver-
ed free of cartage. This coal is warranted to be of the
very first quality, mined from the celebrated Room
iRunk Mines," and in quality equal to any coal offered in
this market. C. LIVINGSTON,
. oc26 589 South Market street.
STED-The subscribers are now selling coal at vari-
ous prices, from 6 to $8 per ton. delivered ini any part
of the city. Philadelphia Bank notes received in payment
for coal, at a low discount.
oc24 No. 84 Pier.
BeOOK OF THE BOUDOIR, for 1840; the
Court of iQueen Vicioria. Po trait. of the ladies
of the court, engraved by the Fidens, with illustrations
in verse; superbly bound in morocco and gold, imperial
The Iris, Prose, Poetry and Art, for 1840, with large
and beautifully engraved plates in a new and uniqne
gtyle, edited by M.ry Russell Mitford; large quarto in
morocco and gold.
Gems of Beauty, for 1540; 12 splendid plates, with il-
lustrations in ver-e, by the Countess of Blessington, in
green silk and gold; quarto.
10B )ok of Costumes, for 1840; character and costume In
Turkey and Italy; 21 illustrations; richly bound in moroc-
co and gold, large quarto.
These superb works have arrived and may be seen at
W. C. LITTLE'o Bookstore,
oc31 corner State st.
?I7HE ANNUALS-The Gems of Beauty, display-
A. ed in a series of twelve high y finished engravings
of various subjects, from designs by Edward Corbould,
esq., with f nciful illustrations in verse, by the Countess
of Biessington.
The Literary Souvenir, a Christmas and New Year
present, for 1840, edited by Win. E. Burton, illustrated
with thirteen elegant engravings. For sa'e at
oc31 0. STEELE'S Bookstore.
tC OAL DUST-The subscriber has now on hand
S100 tons Coal Dust, suitable for brickmakers' use.-
F'or sale at market prices by C. LIVINGSTON,
jel3 No. 12 Exchange. State st.
I Ani assortment of Military Hats and Chapeaux de
Bras, of the newest style, superbly trimmed, for field and
o.af officers, of every grade, at MA LLS
angl3 377 South Market-street.
ITVIOINS-A splendid assortment, among whicbv.
Share two very old and rare instruments, just recei
ed at the Depot, 290 North Market st. ocl
S received this mornirig, a case of rich colored and
blue black srilk velvets. New York Store, 431 S. Mar-
ket st. oc25

PLIFE IS HEAL'TI!-The unparalleled reputation
which Peters' Pills have acquired as a Medical Restora-
live 4s the most unquestionable proof that can be given
of their immense importance to the afflicted, in almost
every class of diseases. The number of letters received
from patients recovering through their means is really
prodigious, and the complaints which they have cured
are almost as varied as they are numerous. But still
there are some in which they are more especially bene-
ficial than in others; and among those may be named the
too often fatal complaints of the stommach and bowels,
such as Cholic, Flatulence and Indigestions, for which
they are not only a certain but immediate cure.
It is well known that from the disarrangement of the
stomach and the bowels, arise nine-tenths of all the mal-
adies of an adult and declining life; that this is the foun-
dation of Flatulency, Spasmodic pains, Indigestion, loss
of appetite, &c., and that those in their turn give birth to
Dropsy, Liver Complaint, Consumption, and habitual
lowness of spirits: therefore, Peters' Pills being the very
best medicine which has ever been discovered for the in-
cipient diseases rif the intestines, are necessarily the su-
arest preventive of these dreadful, and also those gene-
ral disorders, which embitter mature life and drag so ma-
ny millions to untimnely graves.
In speaking thus, Dr. Peters arrogates nothing to him-
self that has not been conceded by the public. He is no
needy quack or unknown speculator, who comes before
the world as his own herald and witness, but is placed in

a responsibility of situation by tae patronage which lie
has enjoyed for six years, and which is increasing to an
,extent unprecedented in the annals of medicine, that
,makes him careful to assert nothing which iir not borne
out by the most infallible proof, and hence he does not
fear to be put to the test in any thing which he has pro-
inised respecting his Pills.
Dr. Peters is most happy to be able to state on the au-
thority of a great number of regular physicians, that
wherever his Vegetable Pills have been introduced, -they
have almost superseded the adoption of mercurial exper-
iments, for their peculiar faculty in sweating the biood,
and stimulating it to expel aill noxious juices, and in giv-
ing strength and tone to the nerves, prevents disease
from acquiring that strength whicrin must be got under, if
at all, by dangerous remedies. He does not pretend that
they are a positive cure, or even beneficial in every com-
plaint, but he most firmly believes that in aill diseases
where a cathartic or aperient medicine is needed, they
will be found far superior to any of those drastic puiga-

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", S1'r ', &c.---'rie subscribers offer a a d time public, that lie has taken the splendid store
' wholesale, at thelowest prices for cash or approved credit No. 46 State street, (opposite time Museum,) where he it
an extensive assorntment of genuine DRUGS, MEDI receiving a general assortment of French, English and
n CINES, DYE STUFFS, &c.; among which are the foi- American fancy end staple dry goods, of the latest impor
lowing: station and manufacture. Among which may be found-
opium, Logwood, Rik-h Brochi Shawls Broadcloths and cassimere:
Aloes, Nicaragua, Embr'd Thibet do Sattinets and vestings
Camphor, Fustic, Raw silk do Irishlinecns
0 Magnesia, Camwood, Crape do Linen sheetings
S Castor Oil, Copperas, Chm;lly do Damask cloths and napkim
Brimstone, Blue Vitriol, Dress hdkfs of every style Brown linen cloths
0 Sulphur, Oil do Scarfs Col'ddamask do
0 Epsom Salts, White do Ladies' cravats Russia diapers
0 Glauber Salts, Madder, BIk Italian do Linen cambrics
Borax Crude Indigo, Cotton do Linen cambric hdkfs
do Refined. Nutgalls, Blue blk silks, fig'd & plain Silk pocket do
Calummel, Chrome Yellow, Rich cold P D Soie Jaconetandcambric muslins
1 Jalap, Cochineal, Striped glassia silks Swiss and book do
Red Precipitat; Annatto, Fig'd silks Laces, edgings and insert'gs
Liquorice Ball, Prussian Blue, Light cold satins, for hats Italian sewimngs
do Root, Drop Lake, do co silks do Shirt'gs & sht'gi, bro & bl'd
Salt Petre, Aqua Fortis, BIk bombazines Cotton threads
Pink Root, Red and WVhite Lead, Mousseline de lanes Knitting cotton
Cream Tartar, Rotten Stone, Challies Spool cotton. wht and cold
Sulphate do Gum Copal, French printed lawns Marshall's patent thread
Senna, do Mastic, do do canimbrics Bed ticking
Rhubarb do Arabic, do do muslins Col'd jeans
Spirit rurpentim' do Myrrh Calicoes of every descript'n Burlaps, &c. &c.,
Lamp Black, Russia Isinglass, Together with an extensive assortment of Millenery
Silver Black Lead, American do w a exesve assortment o Millenery
Also, a quantity of India and English Seine Twine. goods, Ribbons, WVhalebone, Reed, &c. &c.; all of which
Also a uanityoffidi an En lsuSidnefrTheirn-. Will be soldl at the very lowestprinces, citner at whole
Druggists, Merchants and others will find it for their in- wsal be or retail. Albany, Jue 1th, ce either at whoe1839.
rest to call before they purchase elsewhere. sa eor reta Albany, June th, 1S39.
my3 Cor. of State and South Market-sts. AANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.-
TIHE NEW FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS Just opened :it 319 North Market street, opposite the
1 STORE, No. 297 North Ma-ket street, Albany. pot office, a complete assortment of fashionable fancy
MACKENZIE & AIKMAN resptc.fully infoirn the and staple dry goods. Cousisting n part of
public, that they hav, just opened the above spacious es- Black and blue black figuredBroadcloths
tablishminent, with an entire new and well selected- silks Cassimeres
stock of stable and fancy goods, consisting of Light and dark coi'd do Satinctts
Several cases if gross ie New York, pou de soie, rips, Rich black and b4ue black Merino cassimeres
and rKih fig'd silks, of every shade and quality, plain do Ermninetts
One case of very superior black, and blueblk rich Eng- Light-tad dark cold do do Crape camblett
ish ducats. French printed inmulls and India eankeens
Five cases mousrelaine de lanes, of the most splendid mluslinus Linen drilling
and newest patterns, for ihe fall season, from 23 6d per White and black ribb'd silk Darkjeans
yard upwards, hoe. Boys summer goods
An elegant assortmentof cashmere, broche, lambs wvool Opcu awori silK do Rouen cassimeres
and woolen shawls, of all descriptions, at 25 per cent. be.- Plain English dto Blue nankeen
low the general prices. French printed cambrics Irish linen
Enenlish, BMussels, Valenciennes, arid blond laces at 6d Embr'd thibet shawls Linen sheeting')
to $4 per yard. Raw silk shawls Cotton do
Muslin msertings and edgings, a complete assortment. Frenchcamels hair do Marseilles quiltr
Black chantilla veils, splendid patterns. Challe do Counterpanesi
A case of English hosiery, of the best qualities and Embr'd crape do Fine summer spreads"
all sizes. Herniani do Superfine counterpane
Gloves of every description. French calicoes Cradle quilts '
English and French printed calicoes, new designs and French ginghams Toilet covers.j
very cheap. WVhite merino shawls Cradle blankets
Seven cases of cambrics, jaconets, mediums, mulls, Black do do Rose blankets
book, and Swiss muslins, and bishop lawns. Scarlet do do Birds eye diaper
Plaids for children's dresses. Black bomnbazine Russia do
One case of Irish linens, grass bleached. Blk andti blue black challe Damask linen table cluths
Sheemings, diapers, lawns, iamasks, and huchabuck. 3lourning musliis Colored table covers
Welsh flannels, warranted not to shrink. Black and blue blk crape Colored counterpanesj
Superior Canton flannels. White, pink, saiaon do Table oil cloth
Several box-s of beautiful fall ribbons,' of the'lstest Black and blue black crape Moreens
fashionable styles, received by toe Great Western. leisse Furniture dimity
Twenty-five cases of domestic goo0s, muslins, tick, Linen cambric hdkfs Silk anid gingham umbrella.
checks, &c. Hemn stitch do Parasols
M. & A., from the facilities wdnieh they have in the Fancy shawls Cambric dimity
foreign and domesticmark -ts, are enabled to keep a stock Mourning shawls Corded cambric
on the newest, most fashionable, and cheapest dry goods Blue bl'k ribb'd cotton hose Swiss muslin
o be found luere or elsewhere. White open work cotton Scotch lawn
N. B. Orders entrusted to taneir care, will receive hose Mediumn muslin
rompt attention. se23 Coh'd rib'd cotton hose Bishops lawn
tJIANO FORTES-Several splendid instruments Children's do Nansook muslin
from the unrivalled establishments of J. Chicker- Black and white cashminere Imitation linen camrric
Ing & Co., Boston, Nunns & Clark, and Stodart, Wor- shawls Linen lawn
cester & Dunham, New York, which for durability, rich- lack Indi't satin Linen cambric
ness of tone. and beauty of finish, are unsu passed by Black silk camblet Thibct shawls
any Piano Fortes made in tmhe United States. All in- Mixed do do Light arnd dark cailicocs;
struments sold at this establishment are warranted per- White satin Merino cloths
feet in every respect, and to remain so; are sold at the Black nankin crape rThreadI laces
manufacturers' prices, and second hand instruments will Black crape vei s W Vorkcdedging and insert-
be taken in exchange at fair prices. Blue black do ing
PHILIP A. MAYER, Corded skirts, India rubber aprons and table cloths, ja-
Piano Forte and Music Depot, conett and sarsnett cambrics, black lace veils and shawI.
290 North Market st. bead bags, Ittalian sewing skiks, &c. &c., all of which wil!
N. B. Catalogues of my choice stock ofMusicarenow be sold at the lowest current price, by
ready for delivery. jy27 jy3t EDWVIN A. HtARRIS.
HIDES-200f Buenos Ayres J. & T. BRINCK-
11500 RioGrand ELtKHOFF & CO., No. 16
1000 Santa Martha Green street, keep con-
1200 Tampico staitly on hand thic fo!-
1500 other salted and dry sole and upper lowing araicies, at wnoiesaie and retail, or made to order
leather hides. African kip and salted and dry Patnas in the best possible manner; their friends and lthe public
Just received and for sale by generally are invited to call and examine for themselves.
aplf--dac SEYMOUR & WOOD. All orders thankfully received and punctually attended( to.

South Market street, beg to intimate that they have
made arrangements with an eminent European House for
the importation of Ladies' Straw Bonnets of the newest
shapes and styles, as they come out, of which they have
just receivedtheir first spring supply, consisting of single
and double :traw Leghorn, Florence and Devon Braids,
&c. &c., all of the most fa hionable shapes, from 16s up-
wards. These goods having been imported on the most
favorable terms, P. & G. B. are enabled to offer them at
tht New York wholesale prices, so that pnrchasers will
fit.-Ad it very much to their advantage to give them an in-
spection before buying.
N. B. A liberal allowance will bemade to milliners and
wholesale buyers.
New York Dry Goods Store. ap5
LINENS-Rece'd this morning, Irish linen, 11-4
linen sheeting, lawns and linen cambric, at 384 S.
market st., Commercial Buildings, by
NREW BOOKS at 0. STEELE'S Bookstore-
Sydney Clifton, or the vicissitudes of both hemnis-
iheres, a novel, in 2 vols.
Vols. 15 and 16 cheap edition of the Waverly Novels,
The World of Fashion, for June.
"be School Teaichers' Manual, by Henry Dunn.
'*Oull the new publications., Jyl
7 morning a new supply of the latest and most beau-
tiful styles, which will be sold low at
y25 288 North Market st.
JUST PUBLISHED-A Diary in America, with
remarks on its institutions, by Capt. Marryatt, au-
thor ofJaphet, Peter Simple, &c., for sale at
au3 0. S FEELE'S Bookstore.
G splendidassortment of highly finished Musical In-
strumentsthis day received,consisting in part of Gui-
tars, a few of which are the most superb, both in tone and
finish, ever offered in this city; prices from $6to 075.-
A few very fine Flutes, from the manufactory of M1essrs.
Firth & Hall, who stand unrivalled for superiority of
tone and beauty offinish; prices from 91 50to 850-with
a great variety of other instruments, at the depot, 290 N.
Market st je8
STORE, No. 283 North Market street, (between Tem-
perance House and Stanwix Hall.)
V. B. solicits your attention to a new and desirable as-
sortment of English, Irish, Indma, French and Home
goods, which lie is enabled to sell on reasonable terms.
Having adopted the method of doing busintess for cash,
together with his experience in Europe, New York and
Albany, is quite satisfied he can make it an object for
buyers to call, and afford to sell less than in ordinary ca-
Now in store a variety of shawls, silks and linens.-
Also. a handsome lot of French Needle Work, and al-
most every kind of house keeping and dress goods. WVill
be glad to show them at any time. je26
rI HE subscriber having dissolved his business con-
1 nexionswith his late partner, F. McGuigan, requests
the patronage of the public at the Stalls 7 and 8, Centre
Market, heretofore occupied by them jointly. April 22d,
1839. ap24-tf HEN1Y CASSIDY.

. ber hias just received a new lot of Mousseline de
Laines of the latest styles, direct from thIe importer, and
believes the patterns, quality and price cannot but please
everyone. Please call and see.
424 S. Market st., east side,
je8 corner of Division st.
N EW COOKING STOVE-The subscribers,
during the past winter, have got up an elegant, ana
as they believe an invaluable Cooking Stove (four sizes),
denominated the STEAM CONDUCTOR, having four
boilers ovur the fire, a large iron oven upon the top of
the stove, capable of baking at one time eight loaves of
bread and four pies, and wilh bake as we!] as an oven can
aake. The stove is so constructed, that by a single mnio-
tion it can be contracted in size to the wants of a small
family, or to suit the convenience of ai small room. One
of its grea'estexcellencies consists. however, in an ar-
rangement by which the steam and fumes arising during
the process of cooking are conducted into the sioke flue,
thus removing a great objection which has always -xiit
ed against cooking stoves. This we deem a very impor-
tant improvement, and will conimenidl itself to every
house keeper as a great desideratum. In addition to the

Whitewasih Brushes, do heads
Fine ground paint Brushes, common do do
Sash Tools, scrubbing Brushes
Fine shoe brushes, common do
Dusters and hearth brushes
Clothes Brusnes, coinmmon and fine
Ornamental clothes brushes
Common hair brushes; hancy hair do
Ornamental hair brushes
Shaving brushes, common and fine
Broom brushes
Clamps and stove brushes, marking dc
Horse brushes, common and fine
Penetrating do. hatters' do
Soft finishing brushes, hard do do
Curriers' ,scouring bruises
Blacking brushes, paste do
Wheel brushes, popes heads'
WVindow brushes, dyers' do, lye do
Machine brushes made to order.
Cash paid for Bristles. mrl2-3m
STOVIS-ThiIc undersign. J would inform their
friends and customers and the riade generally, that
they are now prepared to oiler for sale the following lots
of stoves of the most elegant and approved patterns, and
manufactured from the best materials, on the most libe-
ral terms for cash or approved credit, viz:
2000 Hathaway's Patent Hot Air CooKing Stoves,
4000 Improved Drop Door Union do
3000 do do do Premium do
1500 do Rotary do
600 Six Plate Stoves,
1000 Corinthian Parlor Stove, the most splendid arti-
cle in ni irket.
Also Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Copper, Iron Wire, 7 ac,
Block Tin, English and Russia stove pipe, and stov> or-
niture of every description, &c. &e.
je2,3 DE GROFF & SH!EAR, 14Statf t.
bers invite the attention of tile public to a new .'ticle
which ihey are now prepared to furnish to tliheci and
country trade. Hlaviiig so often heard the obj lions
which house-keepers bring against stoves lihcret ire in
use, we have carefully studied in making the stove to re-
duce to practical use the experience of those best quali-
fied to judge: and we conlidently believe, that whatever
mcrit oilher stovesmay iave claiiied,the T'l;A \1 CON-
DUCTOU will be found to stand unrivalled in utility and
beauty, and ifits facilities for culinary purposes are the
measure of its popularity, it must supersede all others
uow in use. The stove is arranged for four boilers, one
or more roasters, with thi largest iron oven which, to our
knowledge, has ever been attached to a cooking stove.-
In addition to the above, we have introduced into the
Steam Conductor a very simple and novel contrivance,
which carries off tie steam amd fumes arising from thin
boilers in the process of cooking.
Every family in which Cooking stoves have been used.
can testify that the unpleasant fiumnes generated in th(i
process of cooking, and spreading throughout the house,
constitute a serious and palpable objection to thens, but
in this article thfi-t.. faults are effectually remedied. This
stove is also capable of being contracted by a single mino-
tion to suit tile convenience of a small room, when *he
back boilers are inot required to be in iuse, and when coi-
tracted t occupies no uore space than a common two
boiler stove. We invitea rigid examination ofthequil-
ityof thestove-f-orbeauty of model it certuiiily has no
150 tons American Pig Iron, hot blast,
75 do Scotch 5o, in lots to suit purchasers.
C. 11. R EAD & CO.,
je5 '27 River street, Troy.

JNEW MUSIC-A large and excellent assortment
received yesterday. lie following, among others:
Songs, with Pisno accompaniment:
The dreams of tie pas-t lade before me.
A modest blooming flower. These are two beautiful
songs from the opera "Farinelli," by Barrett.
Pieces for the Piano only:
Gallopade. fron Sominauimbula, alia quick step,
Blenheim VWaltz, by Lai.ner,
Slide WValtz, Trumpet Waltz.
songs, with Guitar a coinupanimenit:
The brave old oak; Joy Green; Some love to roam;
Carrier Dove; Genily, oh gently, duett; together with
all of thie Amnilia songs, and many other new pieces.
The whole of the opera La Somnambula. Fra )ivolo,
Amili, 11 I 'irata. A iso dluettis for iwo flutt, ani, flute
:nid piano. Also new nmu.ic for the accordion, and & gen-
eral assjrti-iiit of popular and fashionable music ofeve-
ry description, at the Depot, 290 N. Market st je20













HICAGO LAW NOTICE-The subscribers
have formed a co-partnership in the practice of law
at Cnicago, Illinois, and will faithfully attend to all busi
ness entrusted to them. ISAAC N. ARNOLD,
Refer to-
Win. B. Ogden, esq.. Chicago,
John A. Dix, esq., Albany.
Amos Dean, esq., do
Edwin Croswell, esq., do
Mess. Seymour & Wood, do
Charles Butler, esq. No. 20 Nassauii-st. New-York city.
C:mlmhboll Rinbhnti'. ef|.. tit> de,: -tf

L IVERPOOL COAL--The subscriber hasjus
A received a cargo of very superior and large size Liv-
erpool coal, having been imported expressly by the sub.
scriber for family purposes, which hlie will screen and de.
liver in any part of thle city, at tl4e lowest New York
prices. Orders are respectfully solicited by
au'2 599 Soutllh Market street.
IgALM OF COLUMBIA-A young man in this
city had lost his hair in consequence of sickness
and by thie application of two bottles of the Balm of Co-
lumnbia, his liaiir was speedily restored, and from natural
coarse hair it. became very fine and silky. Application
may be made to No. 38 South Market st., for tihe Balm
of Columbia, and information as to the case above allu.
ded to. COMSTOCK & CO.,
jy27 No. 2 Fletcher st., New Yoi k.
fiHl E article named below is warranted to cure the
X PILES in all cases, or nothing charged for it.
has been made to imitale Hay's Liniment, and infringe
upon the copy and other right of the proprietor. Never
buy Hays'Liniment unless it has a splendid engraved
wrapper, and the written, mind written signature of
COMSTOCK & CO., all others must be impositions.-
Any person vending any other article, by the name of
[tay s' Linim, nt, either at wholesale or retail, will be
prosecuted for a violation of our copy right. The oath
of Mr. Hays may lie found copied on our inside wrap-
per, swearing that no other person knows any of the
component oressential parts of this Liniment-and that
lie will not reveal thle secret for twenty years.
United States District Court of the State of New York,
Office ofthe Clerk for the Southern
District of New York. 5
This is to certify that tihe copy rights for the wrappers,
and for the descriptions and directions to use, Hlays' Lin-
iment, were secured in this office in the year JS13z, by
Comstock & Co., and have not been obtained by any oth-
er person since that date or before.
Fred.J. Belts, Clerk of U. S. Court.
Sole Proprietors, 2 Fletcher st., New York.
N. B. All persons that advertise Hays' Liniment for
us, will please attach thle above leaded to the advertise-
ment. [Our customers are requested to hand in the a-
bove to the newspaper olticesj.
For sale by iiosL respectable D)ruggists. jy25
IliE IIUMAN HAIR-Where the hair is ob-
served to be growing thin, nothing can be more pre-
posterous than tho use of oils, grease, or any fatty mat-
ter. Their application ean only be recoimnended through
the grossest ignorance, as they hasten the fall of the hair,
by increasing lie relaxation of the skin. When there
is a harsh, dtry, or contracted skin, and where the small
blood vessels which carry nourishment to the bulb are
obstructed, then the oils. &ce.. may be good, as they tend
to relax tne skin ; but alone they are of no avail. There
trust be a stinimulus to rouse thle vessels from their torpor,
and quicken tlhe current of the blood.-Extract from Clire-
hugh's Treatise on the H.:ir.
The Balm ,f Columbia; is tihe only preparation that can
have that effect, being entirely rree from any oily sub-
CAUTION -None can be genuine without a splendid
Steel plate engraving, oni which is the Falls of Niagara,
and Dr. Comstock's, the A''erican agent's name, &c.
I had unfortunately lost nearly all the hair from the
Lop of my bead when I commenced tihe use of the Balm
-of Columbia, and have by the use of two bottles, had my
head covered with a finr- growth of hair. There can lhe
no mistake in thle matter, n. ;:ny of niy friends can see
by calhinmg on m'. I lihad also beconiin quite gray, but had

A CARD-The subscriber would inform his friends

JLUE BLK GiRO DE ROYAL, gro deswiss,
gro de paris, poult de soie, English lustrings and
fig'd repse satin silks, comprising one of the most splen-
did ass(ortnmels of oulue blk silks ever offered in this mar-
ket, at the cheap store of

COMPLAIFT, Coughs, Cold-s, Asthma, Difficulty of
BreatilLng, Pains in the Side or Breast, Spitting of Blood,
Catarrhis, Palpitation of the Heart, Oppression and Sore-
ness of the Chest, WVhooping Cougli, Pleurisy, Hectic
Fever, Night Sweats, Difficult or Profuse Expectoration,
and all other affections of the Chliest, Lungs and Liver.
fering as I have for three years with these diseases, I
feel from my heart for all persons equally unfortunate,
anid therefore, I beg of them, if they love life and health;
it'they lovetheir families and friends; not to lay and die
unmidler the hands of mercury doctors or their uselesstrash,
but try Dr. T.1ylor's Balsamn of Liverwort. This medi-
cine cured me when I was so ill I could not turn over in
bed without assistance, and tie mineral doctors said I
could not live a week, yet this vegetable medicine cured
me in six weeks-1 had a hacking cough, pain in the side,
raising of matter, night sweats, and wasted to the bone;
also, inward fever. J. B. Mills,
Milkman, .Xewtown, L. I.
a long time 1 suidered with these diseases, and was the
more alarmed as I had lost two brothers and two sisters
with thie consumption. I had the bu-st medical advice in
vaiin,; every itm'dy was tri,-d willotlL effect, and I was
almost in despair. I was wasting away, very nervous,
hada bad cough, loss of strength, und many other dan-

merly morningg Norton & Co.), manufactures to or
FORIES, of every description. Also, MALT MILl
ROAD CASTINGS of every description. The coIl
lion of PATTERNS of MACHINERY is not equalled
the United States.
The following articles will be kept constantly for s
it the Furnace, and furnished at short notice, viz: PC
&SH KETTLES, single and double bottoms, from 56
I40gallons,CAULDRONSfrom I to3 barrels, IIATTER
PUMPS, single and double FORCING PUMPS, WA
WEIGHTS,7, 14,25,28,3(0,50,56, and 60lb.WEIGHIT
,ER IRONS, MANDRILLS for Coppersmithis, BOO
W. V. Al. having an extensive assortment of Plou
Patterns, embracing ahumost every kind in use, kee
Stnstantly on hand the following Plough Castings, vi
S'.irbuck's'No. 1, 2 & 3D Tice's No. 2 A
Cute's No, 1 &2 1-3 Wright's No. 0, 1, 2&
Bryant's No.1, 2, 2J, 3, & 4. Hudson's No. 2, D
Gibson's No. 2, 3, 4, 5 &. 6. Russell's No. 2.
eVood's (or Wood's C.S. 11, 2&3
Freeborn's 1, > C4 A Chamberlain's No. 3.
Also-The celebrated Side-Hill Plough, No. 1 and 2.
Country Founders can be supplied with PIG IRON
Bolting, Turning and Finishing, in all their variola
ranches, executed with neatness and despatch.
Also-PATTERNS made and SCREWS cut to o
WV. V. M. being a practical Millwright, will furnis
calculations, and any other information inrelationto m
4L inery.
COT'TON MACHINISTS may obtain castings a h
Furnace made ot Scotch Iron.
All articles ordered can be forwarded to any part ofth
United States or the Canadas. Orders mnay be address
to WILLIAM V. MANY, Eagle Air Furnace, No. 8
Beaver-street, Albany, or to the care ofMessrs. ERASTI
Market St., near tiie Post office, Albany, N. Y.
Easablislinent of European, Asiatic and American
goods, wures and merchandize.
The VAST COLLECTION embraced in the various
departments is probabiv unequalled in this country.
CI'T'IZENS AND STRANtERS will apprectatethe
advantages of thie BAZAAR," in having the oppontu-
nity of selection I'rom so unique and ample an assortment
COUNTRY MERCHANTS are apprised thwa; the sub.
scribers offer an extensive variety of desirable goons ex-
piessly for tihe country trade.
TRAVELLERS from the United States and Europe,
ire especially solicited 1to view the establishment.
oc28-im WV. WV. GROESBEECK & CO.
morning, direct fromin Paris, 30 cloaks of the latest
fashionable styles, beautifully embroidered and figured,
at prices varying from $30 to $70. 'They arc a superior
article, and very seldom to be met with in this country.
rhey are now ready for inspection, and the ladies are
espectfullv r quested to make an early call at the new
ashionable dry gods store, '297 North Market st.
TICKIiNG-Super 7-4 bed ticking just received and
for sale at 38. South Market street, Commercial
Buildings, by
Just receive plain black, blue black and black and
Also, a beautiful assortment of black and chintz, splen-
id styles and quite new, at the new fashionable dry
oods store, 297 North Market st.
persons are becoming (anid not unjustly, too) dis-
usted with every thing appet training to the niedical pro-
ession, from the abuses practised by the ignorant and
neximvrience] oni thIe creduluious and unfortunate. Vic.
nims of the unprincipled charlatans, are appris-d that
niy may successfully consul, a surgeou and lphy-
ician of regular medical acquirements, expensive ex-
erience and acknowledged integrity, by calling on
Dr. COOKE, at his office in the Lock Hospital, No. 3
Norton St., Albany, N Y. n)15
HOSIERY-A fine assortment just received at the
new store of H. H. BABCOCK,
424 South Market st., east side,
jv23-dac corner of Division st.
HUOILED PLASTER- The subscribers having
Selected an establishment for thIe manufacture of
oiled Plaster, in connexion with their Plaster and Pila-
ing Mill, corner of Water and Spenucer streets, are
ow prepared to furni-h builders and others with tihe
above article to any extent, at reduced prices, andu war-
anted of the best quality.

The Mechanics' Fair, held at Castle Garden, N. York,
1838, awarded the First Premium, a Silver Medal and a
Diploma, to Hawes& Baker, proprietors of Parmielee's
Unrivalled Cooking Stoves. The public gener-ally, and
stove dealers in particular, are invited to call and exam-
ine these stoves, as they are pronounced by all competent
judges to be the best artie;e for culinary purposes ever ex-
hibited in this country. The unpa.trailelued patronage
from every section of the United States where they have
been in use, is the best evidence of their approval, having
been but 18 months in the market and tested by upwards
ef FIVE THOUSAND persons, who have used the Ro-
tary, Premium, Union, and various other patterns; all of
whom now concur in the opinion that Parmelee's Patent
Cooking Stove excels every description heretofore offer-
ed to the public. In corroboration ofithe above, we an-
nex the report of the Committee of the Mechanics' Fair,
held at Castle Garden in 1838.
The following is the Judges' Report:-" Apatent Cook.
ing Stove, on a superior plan, and calculated in the best
manner to economise heat-charge and discharge fuel, and
perform all culinary operations. The fuel is in two sepa-
rate chambers. Its excellence rests in the ability to use one
or two fires at time, and inthe simplicity of its arrangs-
rmentsfor discharging, and for shifting the apparatus.-
Hawes & Baker, Albany. SILVER MEDAL."
For sale, wholesale and retail, at No. 5 Green street,
Albany. Also Union and Premium Stoves at very rc-
dlueed prices, together with Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron
n"y4 No. 5 Green at.

The unfortunate are respectfully informed that the Al.
bany Lock Hospikia. estaidisn.-d and modelled after the
much celebrated European Lock Hospitals, has many
years since been founded at Head Quarters, No. 3 Nor..
ton street, Albany, N. Y. To those unacquainted with
this institution, it is necessary to mention that it has for
its object tile cure of all such di-eases as syphilis, scro-
fula, strictures, diseases of the urethra, lumbago, fluor
ilbus, impotency, diseases of the womb, seminal weak-
ress of both sexes, nodes, caries of the bones, gon-
orrhma, gleets, witai all general complaints in general,
etc. etc.
Persons, ignorant of the nature of the disease, are not
ware that many stages mark its progress from the com-
mencement to its full development, originating in a
nostsimniple form, and through neglect or injudicious
,icatinent, assume a more aggravated state of disease and
occasion abscess, ulceration, psuedo syphilis, cuncer,pre-
nature old age, too often endingin a protracted incturcable
itate of miserable existence.
This institution is under the superintendence andman-
agement of PROFEssoR COOKE, M. D., D. D., Lb D., of
the city of Albany, N. Y., who will give his personal at-
endance at the Dispensary, attached to the institution,
at all hours, to invalids requiring his professional servi-
ces. lie h iving had much more experience in this branch
of medical practice than usually falls to the lot of any
one member of the profession, therefore feels such confi-
lence of his ability to give universal satisfaction, thatjhe
assures all applicants none need despair of a complete
The unfortunate therefore, who have suffered from the
vant of success by those less experienced, are invited to
'isit the Hospital, which only requires to be known to
be sure of support, where the most perfect secrecy may
e depended on, and the utmost privacy will attend those
vho call. The whole house is exclusively appropriated
o the use of patients, who will always be received into
eparat, apartments, and at no time, unless at the re-
quest of the patient, will a third party be permitted to be
Professor COOKE has a number of handsomely furn-
shed private chambers, at No. 33 'Green st., where he
rill receive gentlemen who may require medical aid.-
Residing himself on the premises, he will thereby be en-
abled to dedicate more than ordinary attention to his pa-
ients, tfintlv'rn'-n will find it both convenient, as well
s economical, in allcaseis of disease, to retire to these
uirnished rooms.
As long as ProfessorCooke desires to benefit the public





sicians would introduce it in the-r practice, as I have
found the pills to answer fully their recomnmendation."-
Physicians, universally (who have given it a fair trial,)
tell a similar story. It is not a cathartic, but tonic and
aperient. For particulars, and the opinion of mniany more
eminent physicians, you are referred to pamphlets lelt
with the agents for gratuitous distribution. Price #2per
box, containing nearly 00 pills.
Prepared, and sold wholesale and retail, by Re-ynolds
& Parmely, (the proprietors,) Pittsford, Monroe co., N.
Y.; Hoadley, Phelps & Co., wholesale agents, 142 Wa.
tcr st., New York; Edward Brintey, wholesale ament,
Bosion, ,lass.; for sale. by R. ML. Meigs, Albany; A.
Fruax, Schenectady; R. L. Allen, Saratoga Springs; J.
Carpenter, )ing Sing; E. Trivett, Poughkeepsie; Platt
& Nelson, Rhinebeck; Van Vaikenburg & Rossman,
Eludson; L. B. Flagler, Kinderhook; D. C. Hess, Herki-
ner; J. Wheeler, Little Falls; J. B. Marcise, Utica, TF.
M. Hunt, Auburn; J. B. Hayes, Canandaitua, and J.
White, Caniajohdrie. s 13-daclawly

Sn.niie Uoxes Hair and flesh do
t Bellows and shuttles Tooth and nail do
STrays and bowls Comb and curl do
Paste and wash boards Crumb and hearth do
Boxes in nests Portrait painters do
Towel rollers Varnish do
Rolling and clothes pins Camels' hair do
Wooden ladles Ever pointed pencil cases
Boxwood spoons and forks Lead points!for do
Horn do do Dinner and tea hells
Bootjacks Sugar nippers
Foot stoves and benches Carpet hammers
Paper files Paste jiggers
Yard sticks Fine razors in cases
Grain scoops do pen knives & scissors
Teacup mops and mats Carbonic dentrifice
Table mats Chlorine do
Hemp, grass and husk door do tooth wash
mats Preston salts
German wax tapers The otto of roses
Magic and lucifer matches Persian do of rose soap
do lanterns do do do lip salve
Whalebone and steel busks Naples and almond soap
Hair pins Castilian and musk do
Fine pocket books Camphor and oxygen soap
do card cases Extract of tonquin bean
Ivory fine tooth combs do bergamot
do dressing do do roses
do pocket do Macassar oil
Cut beads of various colors Bears oil
Seed do do Coldeream
Gilt do Florida and cologne water
Bead bags and purses Lavender and honey d o
STHE old and the young who'd "improve their
And give to their personal aspect an air
Becoming a gentleman's taste and ambition,
_,Should lookto the style of their BE .VERS with care.
This hint concerns all, from the lake to the ocean,
And those who their minds to improvement are given
Should walk to South Market street "just for the notion,"
And stop at 0 Three Hundred and Seventy-Seven'
The best of the custom (a share far from stinted)
To MAYELL for twelve years has steadily gone,
From which stubborn fact it is e'en more tlhin hinted,
That he K7 bears the palmn for the "tip of the ton"!
Nay, more-Rumor says there's a growing suspicion
That He and Dame Fashion have managed-nay driven
A bargain aye, even ia boll coalition,
To shine at Three hundred and seventy-seven!
Be this as it may, the heart cheering, gay "season
Of flowers" is approaching-there's no doubt of i;
And he againstt goonl taste would be guilty of treason
Who'd welcome in May Day without a new hat.
If aught can be wanting to call men's attention
To neatness, and with their compeers to be even,
Let them ponder these facts, of which Mayell makes menn
And call at Three hundred and seventy-seven! apl8
C CHURCH BELLS-The subscriber con.
tinu,-s to cast to order Church and other Bells
of all sizes, the quality of which lie will gua-
rantee are not surpassed in point of sound or
,quality in this country. Castiron yokes made
and litiLted to them if ordered; also
subscriber has invented a mode of manufacturing the a-
bove articles, which not only effects a very great saving
of labor, but produces the article much improved in qual-
ity; and havitg obtained letters patent of the U. States,7
for securing to himself hle exclusive benefit of said in-
vention, he is now enabled to afford them, in any quanti-I
ty which may be wanted, of very superior quality, and atI
lower prices than they can be afforded without the aid of
his labor-saving improvement. And as some persons
have expressed a disposition to avail themselves of his
invention, setting his potent at defiance-Therelfore, no-
tice is ihereby given,that any suti infringement on his
patent right, will be treated with the utmost severity ot
thie law; and those who deal in the said articles, are cau-
tioned not to purchase those whiich have been manufac-
tured by the fraudulent use of his invention, as they can
gain nothing thereby. and may subject themselves to seri-
ous loss. mnr23-6m LEWIS A6PINWALL.
PIANO FORTE TUNING-I have made ar-
rangenieuts with MIr. Heny Davis, the well known
and celebrated tuner, (who is now ready to execute all
orders in the line of his profession,) and have erected ai
work shop in the rear of my store, for the purpose of re-f
pairing intrumnents. Piaio Fortes entrusted to my care
will be turned, regulated or repaired in a workmanlikeD
manner, and warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
N. B. T'ine utniost value will be given for second hand
Pianos. PHILIP A. MAYtE R,
se4 290 North Market st.

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r Thenextquarter will commence on Monday, 2d of Sep- tember next. Arrangements have been made to accon
tember next. modate a larger number of scholars from abroad.
The course of instruction is designed to embrace all lThisinstitution woundedd in the yearISl4, anfoccupynil
i the various branches of a complete female education.- a spacious iand elegant edifice.erectedl especiaily tor its a,
Pupils connected with the school will be admiited to tlhe commnodation)co mpriises,exelhisiVeofth ieciass]scouipos(
lectures of the Albany Medical College, on Chemistry, of' those pupils h'romtthe higher department'.. pursuing ti
Mineralogy, Geology anid Natural History, by Prof Em- study oftbhe FrenichiandLatinlanguages, NatualiHlist
mons; also, to an extra course on Natural Philosophy, by ry, Chmistry aid Boay, six departments, three
Prof. Hopkins of Williams College. which are sumbdivided, and the whole under the charges
The lectures will commence early in the season, and sixteen professorsand teachers,andlsubjecttoi onthhyviu
be continued through the fall and winter. stations by committees of the board of trustees.
The proprietors pledge their best exertions to merit The course ofinstrucnion is designed to be useful an
confidence and patronige. practical, and to embrace all the various braimhbes of
Circulars containing further information, terms of in- c.omiplete ftiale t iucationi.
struction, &c. &c., may be had of the proprietors, L. Theinstitution, islurnished with maps, charts, globes
SPRAGUE PARsONs and ELIZABETH PARSONS, No. 2q5 N. models,a superiorchemical and philosophical apparatus
Markets ,where application foradmissionmaybemade, and an extensive library, containing about six thou
or to either of the following gentlemen of this city, to sand volumes; in addition to which, in each of thi
whom reference may had, viz: three lower departments, is a smalJerlibrary,care-full
Rev. Vmn. B. Sprague, D. D. selected, with reference to the capacities aund attainment
Hon. D. D. Barnard, LL.D0. of tie younger pupils instructed in them.
Prof. Emmons, AM.D. Ammp.earrangements have been made, under such regu
Rev. Isaac N. Wycekoff, D.D. latnons its the trustees feel confident will prove satisfacto
Reference is also made to Rev. President Day and Pro- ry to
ry to parentsts. in the establishment, connected with thf
fessor Silliman of Yale College, or to any other members families respectively of the Principal and Professor o
of th, faculty; James A Hillhouse, esq., Rev. Leonard Natu-ral Philosophy, as well as in several private familie.-
Bacon, and Rev. S. V. S. Dutton, New Haven, Conn.; for the accommodation of pupils from a distance. An
Rev. D. L. Parmelee, Tracy Peck, esq., ,VellsR. Bying- in view of th, increased and increasing number of pupil
ton nd Shaeldon Lewis, Bristol, Conint.; Judge Cushman from adistanee, It is property add, that duringthe present
and Thomias Reed, esq., Trey; Rev. Robert Baird, Chas. year thesearrangements have been considerably extended
Haddock, M.D. and Matthew P. Read, esq., New York TheexpenseincurredbyayoungladyforboardaldLtition
city; Rev. '1. MeKniglt, D. D. and Rev. John Kennedy, including allthe studies taught in the Academy, will no
Philadelphia; Rev. Wm. Neill, Germantown, Pa.; jen. exceed$225perannuma ; and in these establishments the
Daniel Elmer and Lucius Q. C. Elmer, Bridgeton, N.J.; best facilities arealrordedforaequinringa kiowledgeofnun
Hon. John Y. Mason and Dr. Win. B. Goodwyn, South- sic, drawing, or any of the ornamontmalbrancnhesof female
ampton co., Va.; Dr. John Draper, Prof. of chemistry education,at a moderate additional charFe.
and Mineralogy. Htnampden, Sidney College, Prince Ed- The trustees have thie pleasure to state, that they have
ward co., Va.; Jno. Smith, Principal of an Academy, and secured the services of Professor MOLINARD, of the West
Rev. Arvetides Sinth, Petersburgh, Va.; Rev. J. G. Clai- Point Military Academy, as Professor of French in thi
borne, Brunswick county, Va.; Dr. Charles M. Ford, institution, aind that arrangements have been made fo
Perquinmans county, N. C. au3F-tf receiving young ladies ats boarders in his family, were

uTe. t392 Tooul &h Market st. t he French language will be exclusively spoken.
ng ......... a- Tak s e ty The academical-year conimoences on tve first oiSeptem.
The subscriber hereby ber and isdivided into fourterns.conmmeneing respective.
'o &e&i: Aopresseis his gratitude lyoni the st .,,f'Septeenber,231d o aNovember, 15thiof Feb-
eo his friends who have ruary, andthme Sthof May; a vacation of six weeks follow
so liberally patronized his establishment, andintendsto ing thelexantination in Juily, and asecondof one week
deserve the continuance of their custom. He now has the close ofthe quarter ending the Ist o lbMay.
on hand, (and intends to have constantly) an extensive For ternmis of instruction, wiitich have been placed on a
collection of House Keeping articles, Fancy Goods, Per- liberal footing, or for any other information which may be
fumery, Toys, &c. at wholesale and retail. The follow- required in relationtotLe institution, referee may behad
going bis a partofthemultitudesof thingsin hisstore, ViZ: t toA,CRITTENTON, A.' .,the principal, or toeither ofthe
Willow travelling baskets Indelible mink Ti-u: tes.
do knife do Backgammon boards For generalinformation conecerningthe character o fthe
do cradles Chessmen and graces institution, &c. the trustees beg leave to referto Chancel-
do wagonss&chairs Jack straws Ior Kentifihe city of New York, Rev. Dr. Ludlow. Pro
Cedar and oak churns Chinese puzzle ovst oftheUniversity of Pennsylvania, Rev. Dr. Ferris,
do pails and tubs Battledoors and shuttle NewYVork, who, during their residence in Albany, have
do and maple keelers cocks successively presided over theinstituntion; to BenjaminiF.
Patent painted pails Dominoes Butler, Attorney General ofthm' U. S., WVashington City;
Shaker brooms and mops Cups and balls lion. Jacob Sutherland, Geneva, New York, and J. T.
do sieves and dippers Dissected pictures and map Norton, esq,, Farmington, Conn., late trustees. By order
do herbs and brushes Clothes and hat brushes, of the Board.

N 5387.

FOREIGN PERFUMERY from the mosteich.
brated manufacturers of Paris and London, at toe
oc06 324 N. Market st.
oc25 372 S. Market st, Argus Building.
FOR THE HAIR-The best preparations for the
human hair are for sale at
oC25 39-2 South Market st.
Received this morning at the New York Store ich
heavy silks for ladies' cloaks, invisible green, marone,
dark brown, olive and other colors.
P. & G. BROWN'S,
oc25 434 South Market st.
-CANTON FLANNELS-A superior article for
Sale at364 S. Market s. Coin. Buildings, by
T HE subscribers have received from the Delaware
Coal Company, by the schr. Silvia Higbee, now ly-
ing in front of their office, No 84 Pier, a cargo of Peach
Mountain Coal, which they will sell at $8 per ton, deliv-
ered, broken and screened, in prime order, to purchasers.
Those desirous of purchasing are requested to seid in
their orders immediately. Thim is the only cargo of real
Peach Mountain Coal which has been offered to the pub-
lic, direct from the vessel, this year.
EDAR WARE-A large supply of cedar tubs
'and churnsjust received and for sale at
se83 392 South Market st.
RODGERS1 CUTLERY-A fin, assortment of
Rodgers & Son's Knives, Razors and Scissors,just
received and for sale at No. 40 Staite st., by

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ing a cooking stove, it is of tile utmost importance to
every family to select such an one as will do the most
work with the least labor, and the smallest quintitv of
fuel. Having this in view, the subscribers offer to their
friends and customers the above stoves, which are ac-
knowledged by all who have used them to be superior to
any kind of cook stoves in use; the oven and baking part
surpasses any thing in the stove line ever made. as ill
will acknowledge after using them. The following
are a few of the many recommend ions which they call
produce from those who have fairly tested them:
Messrs. De Groff & Sht ar: Havi ng thoroughly tried one
of Hathaway's Patent No. 21 Hot Air Cooking stoves,
sold by you, and having found it all and even more than
Syou represented it to be, I canl with i hlie utmost confidence
Recommend it to the public, as d-cidedly te best cooking
- stove I have ever seen; and having used the Union and
Rotary cooking stover in my house for several years,
and thoroughly tested their good qualities, I find tha,- this
- stove is far superior to either of them, and the baking
idpart in particular is carried to the highest degree of per-
feection, the oven being large enough to entirely do ..way
o- with the necessity ofa brick oven, and being always rea-
of .y for use renders it decidedly more convenient than a
b rick oven, aid it requires less fuel than the Union or
otary stove to do the same amount of cooking and the
s- baking iheluded. I would recommend to any p, rson
d wanting a convenient and economical cooking stove, to
a try the Hot Air stove. Albany, May 17, 1839.
Ira Harris.
Messrs. De Groff & Shear : In answer to your inquiry
s, how I like Hathaway's Patent Hot Air Cooking stove, I
u- would say that it works to admiration; and I thinkit sur-
c passes any thing in the cook stove 1 ne that I have seen;
y the baking part cannot be surpassed by a brick oven.
ty My family are perfectly delighted with it. Albany, May
-20, 1839. Jos. R. Tillinghast.
U, Messrs. De Groff& Shear: Gentlemcn-.We have givnnt
0- your splendid Hathaway cooking stove, we think, a full
I and fair trial, and find it to be the most complete thing for
0l large hotels of any thing we have ever seen. My Cook
", appears delighted with it, although French cooks are not
d generally in favor of stoves. She saysshe can cook with
s the utmost ease for 200 persons, without the u e of any
t other fire; and certainly the baking is very fine, and thert
. appears nothing lacking, and the quantity of fuel is, I
, find, no more than any common stove, if as much I
t would therefore recommend it as decide ly the best sove,
e I am acquainred with. Mansion House, Troy, 6th April,
- 1839. Henry Hull.
l Messrs. De Groff & Shear: I have used one of Hatha-
way's Patent Hot Air Cooking stoves for the last eight
months, and I think it the most perfect cookstoveIever
saw. It does all the work, cooking, baking, roasting and
washing for my house with the utmost raise, and I have
Smnost of tihe time from 75 to 100 persons to cook for. The
e oven is large and works to admiration, and entirely does
away with the necessity of a brick oven. And I think it
does not require more than one half the fuel to d, thei
Same work that I used previous to getting this stove. I
have used the largest size Rotary stove some time, and
would give this stove most decidedly the preference. Al-
bany, May 18, 1839. Phineas Cone,
Montgomery Hall, Albany.
eSir-We have in full blast Hathaway's splendid Hot
Air Cooking stove, and from a fair trial am fully persuaw
ded, that for efficiency in cooking, baking and washing,
as well as economy in fuel, it is, as yet, the grand desid-
eratum in public establishments. By way of distiction
we have named it thme Great Western." Hudson Asy-
um, July 29, 1839. 5. & G. H. White.
Sing-Sing, 25th June, 1839.
I hereby certify that I have thoroughly tried Hatha-
way's Patent Cooking stove, and am prepared, by a fair
trial, to declare it far superior to any other kind oh cook-
ing stove within my knowledge for burning wood.
r A. Merritt.
Me r. e Sing-Sing, 27th June, 1839.
Messrs. De Groff & Shear. We, the undersigned, here-
by certify that we have for a few weeks past used, and
thoroughly tested, Hathaway's Patent Hot Air Cooking
stove, and find it in all respects equal to the recommen-
dations given by Mr. A. Choate (the agent.) It is well
adapted to every kind of cooking and kitchen work, and
will do double the amount of business of any owber cook-
ing apparatus within our knowledge, with the same a-
mount of wood and labor. Boiling may be done with
this stove remarkably quick and easy, and the same heat
which does the boiling is used to .bake, roast and fry,
which is done to perfection; broiling is also done with
ease and despatch. The oven is large and bakes equal to
the best brick oven.
Misses I. Vincent, Washington Hall.
Mrs. R. H. Foster.
Mrs. C. M'Queen, Washington Institute.
Mrs. H. Campbell, Steamboat Hotel.
Mrs. Maria Tompkins, Tompkins Hotel.
,. Mrs. S. L. Mott, Sing-Sing. ,
The above stoves are kept constantly on band, and for
sale, by Dh GRUFF & SHEAR,
oc2 14 State street.
large lot of fancy goods, bought, 20 |per cent. lower
than former prices, and will positively be sold at prices
that cannot fail to please the most particular bu er.-
Among the variety a.e-
150 beautiful shawls Bfk and col'd silk fringe
12d pieces dark shaded silks Swiss and French bands
00 do mouseline de lines Linen and silk hdkfa
12 boxes rich ribbons BIk mantilla lace
160 doz wool, silk & cot hose Merinoes and challies
J15 boxes fine gloves French flowers and tabs
3 do rich thread laces Mohair lace capes
2 do blk lace veils Rich French capes
8 do scarfs, hdkfs, &c ) White Ostrich feathers
C4 do splendid new work. Flannels, cottons, &e. &,e.
Owing to the difficulty of getting money, all the stock
in store will be sold really cheap. Ladies and gentlemen
are solicited to examine the goods without fear ofgiving
trouble, at VAN BENTHUYSEN'S
between the Music Depot and Mrs. Creswell's
oc2.3 Millenary, North Market st.
I)ARMELEE'S STOVE--his truly unprece-
dentedl stove has won to itself the acknowledged su-
perIority over all other stoves extant, from its simplicity
ef arrangement, its complete combination of every thing
desirable in a cooking stove, being equally adapted to
burning wood or coal, at a saving of 30 per cent. in either
kind oe fuel. Those who have heretofore conceived any
objections to using coal for culinary operations, will be
perfectly satisfied of the utility of these stoves,by calling
at No. 5 Green st., -A.)bC,,. li,3,cy wi ,L A-i,-wa.-
ranted to give satisfaction, or the purchase montey will
be refunded. For sale only by the subscribers, at No. 5
Green street.
admitted to be a remedy superior to any other now ins
use, for the diseases peculiar to the female constitution.
It invariably removes otktructions, regulates, in most ca-
ses of too painful or profuse menstruation, and has cured
time most obstinate cases o0 flouralbus. Dr J. Morrison,
who has practiced medicine some 20 years at Oneida, N.
Y., says, ii relation to it, that it is the best medicine
now in use. In cases of retention or suppression of the
menses, I think it will sustain the appellation of specific.
I have tried it in the worst cases wits admirable success,
a~nd 1 wish. for' the good of suffering females, that all Dhv-

The Trustees are:L-,,,, ,tay.
.ul9 JOHN Q. WILSON, Esq.
iflEPARD, A. M., Principal. Mrs. EMELINE
TEN BROECK, Preceptress. The next term of this
institution Will commence on tile 16th of Sept. next.
The Academy is pleasantly situated in the village ol
Delhi, Delaware county, 67 miles west of Catskill, in the
midst of a delightful country, noted for the salubrity of
its climate. The course of instruction is intended to be
thorough and practical, embracing the Classics, Mathe-
matics, and the ordinary and higher branches of English
education, and designed to prepare the student for admis-
sion into College, for the duti-es of common school in-
struction, or for the business of active life.
The classes in Mensuration and Surveying are taught
practically as well as theoretically. French is taught in
both departments. The Academy is furnished with a li-
brary and phbiosophieal apparatus.
Tuition-In consequence of the fund with which the in-
stitution is endowed, the tuition, in either department, in
any or all the branches, has been fixed at 25 ctnts pei
Board and rooms for youngladies or gentlemen can libe
procured from$1,50 to $1,75 per weekincluding washing
&c., and references to boarding places or any other in-
formation respecting the Academy will be given on appli-
cation to the President or Prinrpal.
Instruction will be given by the most competent teach-
ersin Music, Painting and Drawing. Aug. 24, 1839.
ERASTUS RtOUT, President.
SAMTEL GORDEN, Secretary. au29-tf


-a-J N0niiim ^ ^'^ ^ 1 "111 1"'111" 111""""
Twenty-sixth Congress--First Session.
Tuesday, December 10, 1839.
... ..... i N AATM .. -
Mr. ALLEN, from the committee appointed un.
der the resolution of yesterday, reported that the
President had been waited on, and had returned
lor answer that he had Executive communica-
tions to make.
Several messages in writing were subsequently
sent in.
Mr. LINN gave notice that he would bring in a
bill authorizing the President to take possession
of the Territory of Oregon.
The CHAIR having announced that the messa-
ges from the President, were all of an Executive
character, the Senate proceeded to the considera-
tion of Executive business, and afterwards ad-

At 12, by the house clock, the CHAIR called to
order, stating that the question pending was upon
the appeal taken by Mr. Vanderpoel from the de-
cision of the Chair, touching the votes which
were to be counted from New-Jersey, and that on
that question the gentleman from Ohio (Mr. Dun-
can) was entitled to the floor.
Mr. DuNCAN not being in his place-
Mr. WisE moved the previous question.
Mr. DROMGOOLE appealed to his colleague to de-
lay that motion. Would it not look a little un -
lair thus to take advantage of a fw minutes' dif-
ference in clocks and watches to cut off the gen.
tieman from Ohio by such a motion, for being a
minute or two behind his time?
Mr. WisE said he had no desire to cut off the
residue of the gentleman's speech, btt he did not
understand that he was certainly expected to pro-
ceed. He would let his motion stand lor a ftew
minutes longer, and if that gentleman should then
appear and request him to withdraw it, he would
do so. He hoped the Chair would pause a little.
Mr. CRAIG said that no doubt the absence of the
gentleman was accidental; he would soon be here.
Mr. JENIFER asked if the motion had been with-
drawn? If it had, he should renew it.
Mr. WISE. I tell the honorable gentleman that
I intend to move the previous question every time
I get the chance.
Mr. JENIFER said, if the gentlemen from Virgi-
nia did not move the previous question, he (Mr. J.)
moved it. He had no idea that a gentleman who
got up and abused hall the members on all sides ot'
him should be treated with this consideration; he
had no wish to wait in order to hear the rest of
such a speech.
Mr. WISE hoped the Chair would pause a few
moments until gentlemen's watches came up to
the house time.
Mr. DROMGOOLE. Is it in order to move a call
of the house?
The CHAIR read the rule or order touching a
call of the house, and asked, if the house should
be called, whether the originaal question would not
immediately present itself again, who were to be
allowed to vote?
Mr. DROMGOOLE. Certainly it will. That
question must stare you in the face, turn which
way you will, and the sooner it is met and deci-
ded the better. Gentlemen may say what they
please about obstacles to the organization of the
house-that is the obstacle.
Mr. CHIN here rose, and, walking towards the
Clerk's table, said there had been it great deal ol
difficulty in determining who were really members,
and that this had determined him as to the course
which ought to be pursued. Sir, said Mr. C.)
1 hold in my hand the authority by which I come
here to represent the people ot my state. That
authority I now present to the Chair, and demand
to be enrolled as a member from the state of Lou-
isiana; and I further propose, in the discharge of
my duty as a representative, to give in my vote
for Speaker of the house. If the vote is to be
by ballot, there is my ballot, [handing up the
ticket;] if viva voce, I vote tor JOHN BELL of Ten-
[This movement produced some merriment.]
Mr. DROMGOOLE presumed that the gentleman's
name had been already enrolled.
Mr. CHINN said his name had not been called.
Mr. DROMGOOLE. Neither has mine: but I be-
lieve the Clerk has it upon his roll.
Mr. WISE. By the clock of the Administration
party, (looking at the clock opposite to the Speak-
er's chair,) which is, of course, always right, it is
now three minutes after the time of meeting. I
renew my motion .or the previous question.
The CHAIR. The previous question has been
moved: is that motion seconded!
A call of the house was demanded by several
The CHAIR stated that the roll of members had
not been completed; therefore, a call could not be
Several members asked what the main question
would be ?
The CHAIR replied the main question would be
on the appeal o0 the gentleman Irom New-York
(Mr. VANDERPOEL) from the decision of the Chair
tSaii't iie-,.beti ci lin. Nao- Jersey alone should
be counted by the tellers who produced commis-
sions in conformity with the Constitution and
laws of New-Jersey.
The house divided, and the call for the main
question was seconded 110 to 72, and was order
ed to be put, 110 to 48-one of the tellers report-
ing that 3 of the New-Jersey members had voted
on the last Question.

The main question, viz: "Shall the decision
of the Chair stand as the judgment of the House?"
having been propounded,
Mr. SMITH, of Maine, stated that the gentle-
man from Ohio (Mr. DUNCAN) was now in his
seat; and appealed to all gentlemen around him
that in courtesy--
S[Loud cries of" order!" orderly" order!"J
Mr. DONCAN. I put a question of order to theta
[Loud and repeated cries of "order!" "order!"
After some noise and confusion,
The CHAIR stated the main question in sub-t
stance as follows: Upon a motion to lay the reso-L
lution of the gentleman from Virginia on the ta-
ble, the vote was about being taken by tellers.--
One of the tellers inquired who were entitled to i
vote from New Jersey, and the Chair decidedI
that those members holding the Governor's cer- o
tificate were entitled to vote. From this decision
an appeal to the house had been taken by the gen (
tieman from New York. The question now was,
"Shall the decision ot the Chair stand as thejudg- n
ment of the house?" i
The house then divided; Messrs. WORTHINGTON C
and TALIAFERRO acting as tellers; and the vote v
was-ayes 108, noes 114.
So the decision of the Chair was reversed. [
Mr. WORTHINGTON stated that there were four b
members voting who hold the Governor's certifi- i
cate. r
A Dumber of persons called out, How many (
were voting who hold the certificates of the Se i
cretary of State?" and Mr. CURTIS answered
fourur" c
[Much confusion-cries of "It makes no diffe- 1i
rence-it does not affect the decision-go on."] a
The CHAIR now said that as the decision of the h
Chair had been reversed, it was now bfor the meet-
ing to say which votes should be counted, u
Mr. WISE. On that I move the previous ques- o
tion. v
[Many voices: "On what? There is no ques- t
tion before the house. What is the question?"] e
Mr. RHETT. The decision of the Chair having P
been reversed, is not the question still on my mo- t!
tiop to lay the resolution of the gentleman from
Virginia (Mr. Wise) on the table? v
SThe CHAIR. The first question before the house
is, Who shall be permitted to vote?" c
M. Rnii-rT here recanitnlated theo nrder of nrn-

Mr. PETRIKIN made a point of order. Was it
competent for the Chair to entertain motion after s
motion over another motion which ihad been pend- l
ing for days? b
The CHAIR required the question to be reduced
to writing.
Mr. W. C. JOHNsoN, meanwhile, went on to say i
that the resolution of Mr. McKay could not be en-
tertained. The constitution settled the principle t
as to the quota of representation; and, according E
to the census of 1830, New Jirsey was entitled to
six members there. Could it be in order virtually
to move that one article of the constitution be t
blotted out? Without the solemnity of the oath b
of office, and in the very teeth and eyes of the t
mc-nstitution, they were in fact called upon to ex- t
ipunge a state of this Union. It could not be done.
iThe motion could not be received. Mr. J. then t
offered a different proposition.
Mr. PETRIKIN had now reduced his question of
orderr to writing, and it was read. J
The CHAIR replied that it had entertained no
new questions while a former question was pend- b
ng. The question alluded to by the gentleman s
could not be entertained till a preliminary question j
vas settled, viz. who should vote?"
Mr. PETRIKIN. I deny it. There has been no it
preliminary question moved by any body -it has tf
been made by the chair itself-and that question (
s not and cannot be in order, till somebody has o
noved it and brought it before the Chair. The a
,hair cannot overrule questions and motions of q
ts own. I appeal ifromn such a decision, s
The CHAIR. It the question should now be put in
in the motion of the gentleman from South Caro. tl
ina, (Mr. Rhett,) the question immediately would
arise, who are to vote upon it? Tnat must first C
be settled, p
Mr. RHETT said he thought they had better take w
up the questions presented to the house one by
nme. The Chair had decided that the question W
was, of necessity, raised, who shall vote?" al
hough no gentleman had made a motion to that th
effect. From that decision, the gentleman from ji
'ennsylvania, (Mr. Petrikin,) had appealed. On ir
hat appeal Mr. R. moved the previous question. C
Mr. BRIGGS rose to order, and was proceeding, o
when it
Mr. CRAIG called him to order. [Several voices w
ailed Mr. CRAIG to order.] n
Mr. BRIGGS said the anneal of the trentleman ,i

-ation of the rules Nf' order. I moved the previ-
ts question.
Mr. BIRIGGS. On whit? [Much noise and
The CHAIR. The previous question is on the
motion of the gentleman from South Carolina to
lay on the table the resolution of the gentleman
i'rom Virginia.
Mr. W isz. No, sir. I understood the Chair to
make a decision as to who should vote, and upon
that decision I moved the previous question.
The CHAIR again stated the question as before,
and concluded by saying that the house had re-
versed his decision; but it had not determined who
should be counted from New Jersey, and he could
not put the question to lay on the table until the
question as to who should vote from New Jersey
should first be decided.
several other gentlemen were addressing the Chair
[Great noise. Some laughing; others giving
demonstrations ot angry excitement; half the
members were standing.]
Mr. SERGEANT rose anid said there were so many
members on the floor, and so much noise in the
hall, that it was impossible for gentlemen to tell
what was doing. He hoped members would take
their seats.
Mr. BRIGGS finally succeeded in getting a hear-
ing-recapitulating the whole history of the pro-
ceedings-the motion to lay Mr. Wise's proposi-
tion on the table-the appointment of tellers-the
query as to who should be counted-time decision
of the Chair, and the reversal of that decision by
the house. And whatnow? (asked Mr. B.) Why,
now we stand precisely where we stood when Mr.
Dromgoole put his inquiry to the Chair, as to
who should be counted. [Cries of Exactly; pr -
cisely; that's it."] No new question has since
been raised, and theretbfore the question recurs on
the motion to lay the resolution ofMr. Wise up-
on the table. Now we have reached that point to
which the Chair referred, when hlie suggested that
the tellers should allow all to pass through who
offered themselves, and then report who had passed.
[Cries of Right. Question; question!"]
Mir. DAVIES. I was one of the tellers lbformerly
appointed. If I am now to act in that capacity,
I ask of the Chair whose votes I am to count?
The CHAIR can no longer decide that question
-It must be decided by this meeting.
Mr. WISE. I hope the Chair will decide that
the regularly commissioned members shall v, te,
and none others.
[Many voices, "He did, and the H,.use revers-
ed it."]
Mr. BRIGGS. Cannot the Chair decide that all
may pass through, and then let the house decide
which votes are to be counted?
The CHAIR. I can decide nothing in the mat-
ter. I call upon this meeting to decide.
Mr. TILLINGHAST moved, it-in order, that in the
count by tellers on the question pending, such
members as claim to vote by authentic commis
sions from the governor of New-Jersey, not ex-
ceeding the number to which thatstate is entitled,
be counted when they vote.
Mr. TURNEr suggested, that as the motion to
lay on the table was not debatable, this proposi-
tion would not be in order.
The CHAIR said that the question as to who
were to represent the state ot New Jersey must
first be decided, before the question to lay on the
table came up.
After some further conversation,
Mr. BYNUM asked ift a motion for the previous
question would be in order?
The CHAIR. It will, on the question Who
shall be allowed to vote?"
Mr. TILLINGHAST 1 move that those gentle-
men from New Jersey who have the Governor's
commission be counted.
Mr. MCKAY, of North Carolina. I move that
neither set of claimants be counted till the ques-
tion shall have been decided who is to vote.
Mr. GRAVES. I rise to order.
Mr. MCKAY was proceeding-
Mr. GRAVES. I rise to order. [Cries of" Or-
der, order! go on."] I insist that when a ques-
tion is before the house, and the previous ques-
tion has been called, no gentleman has a righm to
move a separate and independent question.
[Much noise and confusion.]
The CHAIR. The gentleman from North Caro-
lina is in order.
Mr. McKAY now renewed his motion, but the
Chair required that it be reduced to writing, which
was done as follows: That neither set of mem-
bers from New Jersey shall vote, until the ques-
tion, Who shall vote from the State f New Jersey?
shall be decided by the house." Mr. McKay went
on to support his proposition, quoting the uni-
form practice of the British parhlament, and the
case of Howell and Everett of Rhode Island in the
Continental congress, (cited by the Chairman
some days ago) and showed that the Rhode Island
members did not vote on this own case in the first i
inst -nee.
Mr. PROFFIT rose to appeal from the decision of
the Chair. ["What decision?" from different
parts of the house.]
Mr. W. (. JuHNsoN said he had two resolutions (
which would bring the house to a direct vote on i
the true issue before it. There was but one quem. t
tiori to be settled, viz. which set of the claimants
should vote.
[Mr. PETRIKIN rose, Mr. BRIGGS was speaking,
many others were on their feet, and nothing could
be distinctly heard.]
Mr. WISE called loudly to order.

sciences, and obey the honest dictates of our own
hearts. Let us act with candor and mutual for-
bearance and courtesy.
[A voice. Bravo-bravo; you go it like a book!]
I can, if I choose, deny that what they produce
s the great seal of the state of New-Jersey.
[Here Mr. CRAIG'S voice was lost to the repor-
ter, in the general Babel of sounds that filled the
Mr. RHETT, in reply to some words form Mr.
WisE, not heard, declined to withdraw his mo-
ion to lay that gentleman's resolution on the ta-
ble. The question, he said, to decide the fate of
hat resolution, could as well be taken on the mo-
ion to lay it on the table as in any other way.
Mr. JOHNSON of Maryland then said he refused
o withdraw his motion; whereupon,
Mr. WisE moved the previous question on it.
Mr. RHETT then asked if that resolution of Mr.
ohnsonlwas before the house.
The CHAIR answered, that no question could be
etore the house, until it should decide who
should vote as members from the State of New-
ersey. [Laughter.]
Mr. RHETT stated the question as he understood
t. It first arose on his (Mr R's) motion to lay
he resolution of the gentleman from Virginia
Mr. Wise) on the table; next on the resolution
f the gentleman from Maryland, as a substitute;
nd then came the decision of the Chair, that no
question could be put until the house decides who
hall vote as members from New Jersey. Now he
noved to lay the question raised by the Chair on
he table.
Mr. WISE informed the gentleman from South
'arolina (Mr. Rhett) that no motion could be
ut on that question until the preliminary one of'
!ho was entitled to vote should be first decided.
Mr. SLADE desired to know the question that
'as before the house.,
The CHAIR said that the main question was for
he meeting to determine who was entitled to vote
'om the State of New Jeisey. The house hav-
ug determined, by reversing the decision of the
'hair. that the members, holding the certificates
f the Governor of New Jersey, should not vote,
Swas now necessary that the meeting should say
'he was entitled to vote, inasmuch as they could
ot deprive a sovereign state of its representation
*in lthIgC flanrl

v which I'ay never arise? We would have difficulties.
enough, by pursuing a straight forward course.
without stepping aside to raise difficulties whicil
were nt in the way. The course which he in
tended to pursue was, not to moot preliminary
questions unnecessarily. Let the vote be taken.
It was possible, when 'it was taken, that the cast
would stand as it stood to day. It may b- thai
the votes of the five disputed members from New.
Jersey would not change the result, whether coun-
ted or not. By this course the house may avoid
deciding on thee vexed preliminary questions,anc
he thought every gentleman ought to endeavor t(
avoid them if possible; the public interest require
this; but if they were decided on, let ihemr be de
cided on when the necessity ibfor it arises. With
regard to the proposition of the gentlenman from
North Carolina, it, in his opinion, decided noth-
ing. That proposition, as stated verbally, is iii
effect that the members from New Jersey shall not
vote until the house decides that they shall vote.
Well, suppose this proposition should be adopted
by the house, it would be a mere abstraction. The
house must then go a step farther and say wheth-
er they shall vote or not. Then let us meet the
question to-day, and come up to the question
which is best calculated to avoid all difficulty.-
Let us take the vote to lay the resolution of the
gentleman from Virginia on the table, or to reject
it; and if the vote of the disputed members from
New-Jersey does not change the result, let the de
cision of the house be pronounced without raising
these preliminary questions of abstract right which
serve but little practical purpose. This course had
been suggested by the chair some days ago as the
proper course to be pursued, and he hoped the
house would take up this suggestion and act upon
it now. In urging this course upon the house, he
would state that his sole object was to bring the
house to action and avoid those difficulties in
which the house had been long involved, to the in-
jury of the public service, and at the risk of its own
dignity and capacity for future usefulness.
Mr. WISE suggested that all the propositions
before the house should be withdrawn, and that
the body should go back to the point where th,
call of the roll was interrupted. Then (said he)
let the Clerk go on and call the roll, calling the
members from New Jersey, who had pres nted the
legal formal certificates, according to the Consti-
tution and the laws of New Jersey. Then we
will be prepared to vote; and when we come to
vote upon any question, if the votes of the New
Jersey members will not change the result, noth-
ing need be said about their voting; but ifit does,
then the tellers can report the fact to the house,
and the house can act upon the question.
Mr. MCKAY expressed his willingness to with-
draw his resolution if other gentlemen would with-
draw theirs. He had only offered it because the
Chair had refused to put any question till it
should be settled who was to vote. The Chairman
had decided that only the claimants on one side
should vote. The house had reversed that decis-
ion. Mr. McK. was willing to say that neither
should. The Chairman had said he would not
put the question on such a proposition! He had
assumed the unheard of; the monstrous responsi-
bility of refusing to put motions to the house
when regularly made to him by its members -
No matter how unconstitutional or enormous a
resolution might be in) the opinion oh a Chairman
or Speaker, it was his official duty to put it to the
body. But this gentleman had taken the enor-
mous responsibility of refusing to do it. He took
upon him the prerogative of saying that certain
motions went to deprive a State of her represen-
tation, and therefore he could not put them. But
pray, said Mr. McK., did not this very gentlemen,
at the last session, offer in his own person a reso-
lution that, in the case which has occurred, nei-
ther of the parties should vote? And yet now it
is quite unconstitutional 1 If it is unconstitution-
al now, was it not unconstitutional then? It it is
in me, was it not in him? The question has
to be met some time, and 1 am willing to meet it
now. It is immaterial to me whether we decide
it before or alter we are organized; if the house is
prepared to vote, they shall find no obstacle in my
[Here there was much movement in the house,
many claiming the floor and speaking together.
At length Mr. CRAIG, ot'f Virginia, obtained it.]
Mr. CRAIG wanted to know why this question
must be discussed and decided now? Who was
here to register the edicts of the house? The late
Clerk had been dismissed, and the present Chair
man put in his room. And what had he told the
house? That, as long as he held that place, New
Jersey should not be deprived of her representa-
tion; nor will he put motions which, according
to his notions, have that effect.
Mr. McKAy here interposed to say that he with.
drew his proposition.
Mr. CRAIG resumed. We can never get along
unless we attack difficulties as they present them-
selves. And what is the first of them? The first
is the difficulty created by the Chairman himself,
who rehuses to register our edicts.
[Many voices, The Chair has withdrawn that
Mr. CKAIG continued. How has the house de-
cided? By reversing the decision of the Chair, it
iaa decided that the gentlemen from New-Jersey
bearing the Governor's commission shall not vote.
Mr. WISE here interposed. If' gentlemen will
all withdraw their motions, we can get the ques-
Mr. CRAIG. I am not in favor of delay; but if
we are to continue to beat the air here, l may as
well do it as'another. Let us look at this subject
is men-as honest men-men who regard our con-

The CHAIR said thie question was on seconding
the call of the previous question on Mr. Wise's
Mr. REYNOLDS (remarking that the members
might as well go home, since nothing could be
done here) moved an adjournment; which motion
was decided to be out of order pending the call
for the previous question.
[Cries of"No, no-Goo I, good-Candlelight,"]
Mr. ALFORD said, now was the time for gentle-
men to act; no backing out.
The CHAIR again stating the question to be on
seconding the demand for the previous question.
Mr. BLACK moved an adjournment; which mo-
tion the Chair again decided to be out of order.
The call for the previous question was secon-
ded; and the main question was ordered.
[Here voices demanded in all quarters "What
is tie question?"]
The CHAIR said that the question was on the
resolution of the gentleman froni Virginia (Mr.
Mr. BYNUM submitted to the Chair that the


Sto a point of order. Then the question was sta!
Sed, and the proposition made by the Chairmar
which, he had hoped, would bring all this debate
- to an end.
Mr. SLADE inquired whether, at the time he wa
speaking, the question before the house was nc
on the motion to lay on the table?
t The CHAIR said no; it was on the question wh
should vote tfrom the state of New Jersey.
Mr. Wise begged to correct thile Chair. A mo
I tion had been made by the gentleman from Soutl
I Carolina (Mr. Rhett) to lay thie resolution of th
gentlemnian Irom Maryland on the table; arid th
I gentleman from Vermont (Mr. Slade) was speah
ing out of order, because hlie was speaking to
question of laying a resolution on the table-tha
not being debateable. Now, however, the nem
* position taken by the Chair had relieved the hous
from the necessity of voting, and brought them t
t the direct motion of the gentleman from Souil
Carolina to lay his (Mr. W.')'s resolution on th
1 table. He begged the gentleman from Vermon
not to delay it by further remarks.
The CHAIR was understood to say, that evei
When the house was organized, and under the lul
influence of its rules, gentlemen were permitted
- to make speeches, which had no sort of bearing
on the immediate question. This being the case
t the Chair did not leel himself at liberty to pro
nounce the gentleman from Vermont (Mr. Slade
out of order. The gentleman from Vermont is ii
Mr. SLADE insisted that hlie was fairly entitle
to the floor, but said that, as an evidence of hi
desire to bring this matter to a close, he woulh
yield it for thle purpose of allowing one more effort
to be made.
Mr. RIVES rose, and attempted to address thi
Chair, to make some suggestions as to the mod
of proceeding, when-
Mr. WISE, anrrd several other gentlemen, calle'
him to order. Great noise and confusion prevail
ed at the time, and repeated cries of go on, go on
Were also heard.
Mr. RivEs again attempted to obtain the floor
Mr. WiHE again interrupted him with calls t<
A scene of great confusion ensued, in the course
of which,
The CHAIR again explained the character of the
expedient before suggested by him. He considered
it had received a very general assent, but he di(
not consider hinisel justified in regarding that am
the act of the meeting without a vote taken on it
and that was the question before the house.
Mr. HOLLEMAN rose to the question of order.
The CHAIR said the gentleman was himself ou
of order in interrupting tile Chair.
Mr. HOLLEMAN proceeded. He denied that tha
was the proposition before the House, or that th(
Chair had any right to make it. And he appeal-
ed from the decision.
Mr. BRIGGS said, if the gentleman would with.
draw the appeal, he (Mr. B.) would send to th(
Chair a motion embracing the expedient proposed
by thie Chair. Would the gentleman withdraw
the appeal?
[Cries of "No, no! hold on, hold onl"]
Mr. BRIGGS said lie merely proposed to do that
which the gentleman had himself suggested ih(
was slill willing should be done.
Mr. HOLLNEIA a'lhered to his appeal.
The CHAIR. From what does thie gentleman
Mr. HOLLEMAN. From what you stated to be
the question-
The CHAIR. (interrupting Mr. H ) TheChair
withdraws that proposition. [Loud laughter.]
Mr. BRIGGS then rising fbr the purpose of sub-
mitting the proposition above indicated, and ad.
dressing the Chair-
Mr. HOLLEMAN insisted that he held the floor.
The CHAIRMAN said the proposition to which
the gentleman was speaking was no longer before
the meeting, and he was not entitled to the floor.
The gentleman from Massachusetts (Mr. BRITGGs)
Mr. BRIGGS then submitted his proposition,
which prescribed that in taking the question oni
laying on the tabie, thie course slihould be adopted,
suggested by thie Chair.
'This proposition was adopted, with the aid of
the precious question, and the motion to lay Mr.
WISE'S resolution on the table, was finally put,
and the house divided-Mr. DaoMGOOLE of Va. and
DAVIES ofPa. acting as tellers.
Those voting in the affirmative having passed
between the tellers, and the vote having been re-
ported as ayes 115-
Mr. WISE asked-are there any disputed votes?
To whicn Mr. DROMGOOLE replied-' I think
Those voting in the negative having passed be-
tween the tellers, and the vote having been repor-
ted as noes 114-
The tellers stated that the vote of one member,
whose seat was disputed had been given-Mr. Nay-
lor, o! Pennsylvania.
Time CHAIR having voted in the negative, there
was a tie.
Mr. WISE said that, as in that event the motion
to lay on thm table was rejected, he would call lor
the previous question on the resolution.
Mr. SMITH of Maine, inquiredi of thy Chair whe.
their it was not understood that if' any member
whose seat was disputed should pass between the
tellers, the question of his right to vote should
be determined by the house? A gentleman from
Pennsylvania (Mr. Naylor) had voted whilst an-
other gentleman was here to contest his seat-

The following from an opposition source,
is a sufficient answer to the latest piece of rig-
minarole in the E. Journal, touching the Florida



We have this morning been favored with the
perusal of a letter from tile medical director of the

BAIN KS. of New. York

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O 5 We occupy our columns to a great-
e er extent than we could wish, with the
details of Tuesday's proceedings in the H.
I of R. But we prefer that the public, so far as
d lays in your power, shall have the means ol
s judging who ought to be held responsible foi
Sthe obstructions which have been thrown ir
the way of the organization of the House, and
t for the time which has been thus far worse
than wasted.
t It will be seen that the difficulties thicker
From day to day, and that the prospect of ar
organization under the auspices of' Mr. ADAMS,
- are even more unfavorable than before. Nor
e can the fact be disguised that to this state of
d things, the partisan and sinuous course of' the
Chairman, backed by a factious federal minori-
ty, has entirely contributed. No fair minded
Sman, we venture to say, can look over the pro-
ceedings without being led irresistibly to this
conclusion. If the course of Mr. A. in assum-
i ing upon himself on Monday the prerogative
of the house, in regard to the New-Jersey
members, was a gross usurpation of power,
r what may be said of his attempt on Tuesday
to say what questions the House should or
Should not entertain? And what of his at-
tempts, seconded by his party associates on the
floor, to raise questions of his own to super-
sede the propositions regularly in order before
Sthe house, and to insist on their being first put
Sto vote ?

The time has not yet come to give to the
world the History of the Heilderherg War;"'
Snor to expose the imbecility on the one hand
and the political demagoguism on the other,
which have involved the good people of this
county in scenes that may have been, and ought
to have been, avoided. In good time, the ex-
position shall be forthcoming. Our present
purpose is to reply, in the briefest terms, (our
-pace and time will allow no other,) to the im-
pudent falsehood of the Eve. J. of yesterday,
that we "deny the right of the Rensselaer-
wick tenants to bring their complaints before
the legislature!"
We alluded yesterday to the appeal of the
Governor, seconded by the Eve. J., to the ten-
ants to apply tor redress to the legislature, and
to the promise of his excellency that the Exe-
cutive department would afford every facility
in its power "' to bring tneir complaints before
the legislature." We inquired, with all due
respect, what the legislature could do-whe-
ther it could interfere with these contracts-
and in what form it could "redress" the
"complaints" of the tenants? And we inquir-
ed if the Governor or the Eve. J. would con-
descend to inform us? The reply is,-not how
the thing can be done, nor that the legislature
can indeed in any form "redress" the "com-
plaints" of the tenantry-but that the Alrgus
DENIES the RIGHT of the tenants to bring their
complaints before the legislature!
A bolder imposition, or a grosser perversion
of the language of an opponent, has rarely been
attempted even by the impudent manufactur-
er" of the Journal.
Surely, we do not deny the right of the ten
ants to bring their complaints before the legis-
lature; nor do we doubt the disposition of the
legislature to "redress" any complaint" with-
in the scope of their constitutional power. It
is the assurance of the Executive, and the pro-
fligate of the Eve. J., that the resisters or ten-
ants can obtain "redress" by bringing their
complaints before the legislature-an assur-
ance thrown out, as we believe, with a sinister
and party design, and with a perfect knowledge
that it is a bold imposition upon the tenants and
the public. And we now call upon the Ev. J.
and its backers, to state wherein the legisla-
ture can redress the "complaints" of the ten-
ants-and how, short of an amendment of the
constitution of the U. S., they can touch the
leases, which lie at the foundation of any such
"complaints." If they fail to do so, shall we
not be justified in pronouncing this appeal to
be an act of demagoguism, alike deceptive and

At Troy, on WVednesd-y evening, Dec. 11, by the Rev.
Dr. Butler, Mr. PHILIP G IHEARTT, to Miss SARAH J.,
dauehier of the HoA. Job Pierson.
At Troy, on the evening of the 10th inst by the Rev.
Mr. Van Kleeck, GuY V WOOSTER, esq merchiint, to Miss
M-ARY LOUIS&A, eldest daughter of Samuel Kendrick, esq
all of that city.

At Stamford, Connr., on the 1st inst., SARAnI JANE. wife
of Mlr, Edward Hill. of Catskill, aged 22 years, and second
daughter of Capt. Edward Rosseter, of New York.


Thursday, Dec. 12.
$1000 Corporation 5 per cent...............84
6000 Corporation Bonds .............. 96Aa97
145 shares Bank of Commerce. ....... 96ai97
13. ..do. .Merchants bank.............. 107
40..do.. Phenix Bank..............93:,94
156..do..Drv Dock Bank..............70
ll..do..Bank of America..............117
35..do..National Bank.............. 105
11CP r_ T--l -V Tfw- -- .. n

The CHAIR said he had not so understood it.
Mr. SMITH said hlie had heard the tellers so state.
Mr. DROMGOOLE said the statement had been
heard by gentlemen of all parties.
Mr. WISE said that the" only contested seats
which were in the eye of any, when the resolution
of thegentleman from Massachusetts (Mr. BRIGos)
was adopted, were the seats of the members fromn
New Jersey. In proof of this, he appealed to the
declaration of the gentleman from North Carolina,
(Mr. McKay.)
The CHAIR said he decided the question before
the house to be on the resolution of the gentleman
from Virginia.
Mr. TURNEY appealed from the decision.
Mr. BLACK inquired of the Chair whether it was
now in order to move an adjournment.
The CHAIR replied that it was.
Mr. BLACK moved an adjournment.
Tellers were called for; and Messrs. TURKEY and
GRAVES were appointed, (Mr. PSTRIKIN having de-
And those voting in the affirmative having pas-
sed between the tellers, there appeared ayes 116.
The tellers reported that three gentlemen claim-
ing disputed seats, (viz. Messrs. KELLY, RYALL,
and COOPER,) had passed between them.
And those voting in the negative having passed
between the tellers, there appeared nays 113.
And the tellers reported that three gentlemen
claiming disputed seats, (whose Names were not
heard by the Reporter,) had also passed between
them on the negative count.
Some discussion was about to arise, but the
Chair having stated that the result would not be
changed, whether the contested seats were count-
ed or not, inasmuch as, in either event, there
would still be a majority voting affirmatively-
The house adjourned.

The Troy Morning Mail publishes a memo-
rial to the legislature, which prays that a law
may be passed, requiring in future that the free
banks shall "have their subscriptions to stock
paid in money, and requiring a deposit with
the Comptroller of the stock of this state, to
entitle said banks to notes for circulation; and
that in future, for the state to receive the notes
of all the free baiks for tolls collected on our
canals, and for debts due the state, on the same
conditions as they receive the notes of other
A writer in the Mail, who signs himself
"A Merchant," says the petition has been
signed by some five or six hundred, and adds:
"When it is recollected that byv the law authliorizing
free b-inking, the Cuompiroller is required to r-ceive, st-tr
stocks aiid imnortgages to his satisIaction, previous to de
livering to any as-ociation ;ny bills for circula ion, and
to r'tamin such stock and mortg;igcs as security to the bill-
holder a;.insti any loss, the propriety of receiving the
bills ofthe free. banks in paymr ntt of all d-I)ls ue the
s:ate will lie obvious The state having created thie cur-
rency, and given time people to understand that tie Colinp-
troller hell abundant. security to oroti ct thitmn frorn Pty
loss. and that -urrency bi ing,;At this time sonmewliat de
preciati-d, it would seernm) but reasonable that the tate
should receive it in payment of its ues, and tile legisla-
ture mIniglit by law require the fre bank-s, upon ri.ason:t-
ble notice from the Comnptroller, to redeem those notes in
Albany. At illy rate, us the bills of le t ihsafety fund
hamikF are received by the state for its t ues, it will lie only
pi cing the bills of the free banks upon a footing ofequa-
lity, if they are also so received."
This appears to be reasonable and just. But
no legislation is required to enable the state
officers to receive the bills of the free banks
for tolls and all state dues. They are fully
authorized by the existing laws to make all the
necessary arrangements for the reception of
the free bank notes; and we understand that
they are received at the Treasury for all dues
except tolls. The state has not only created
this currency and taken security into its own
hands for the redemption of it, but in order to
ensure it the most extensive circulation, the
Governor gave it the following endorsement in
his message to the legislature: ".1A safer cur-
rency than this is unknown in the commercial
Why should not the state receive for its
dues the mmney which it authorizes to be put
in circulation, and which is endorsed by the
Comptroller and Governor ? Individuals are
in effect forced to receive this money, or cease
to do business; and why should the state offi-
cers exact a "better currency" than they deal
out to the people? Is not this in truth requi-
ring one currency for the office-holders, and
compelling the people to do their business with
a different currency? Whatever may be the
upshot in relation to some of them, it is equi-
table that the state should share with the peo-
ple the hazard, if any, of receiving their notes.
The editor of the Mail dissents from some
of the views of his correspondent, and talks
about making the notes of the free banks "a
tender in payment of debts due the state."-
They would be no otherwise a tender than
safety fund bills, which are received tor tolls,
&c., now are. The proposition is merely to
place upon the same footing the notes of all
specie paying banks of this state, as has been
the practice from the time the canals were com-
pleted, if not before.
The state officers have full authority to
grant relief, so far as the reception of the notes
of the free banks is concerned ; and on this
part of the subject, relief probably might be
obtained by a humble petition to the "Minister
of Public lastruction," and his official associ
SUDDEN DEATH.-Mr. Thomas Simms, hatter
in Canal-street, while conversing in Nassau street,
suddenly tell and expired.-Jour. of Corn.
[From the'Kingston (Upper Canada) Herald J
MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.--On the 19th of Novem-
ber, the ferry boat that plies between Kingston
and Wolfe Island, was capsized in a squall, when
about hall way across, and the passengers and
crew, ten in number, were thrown into the water
Five skiffs were instantly launched from the town,
and by great exertions the parties succeeded in
saving all except Mr. and Mrs. Shannon, of the
Island. He left his hold just before the boats
reached him, and was instantly carried away. She
held on, but was so deep in the water that she
was drowned.
Thomas Humphreys vs. Dr. James Anderson,
(both of Lower Marion, Montgomery county,) in
the curt of nisi prius, before his honor Judge
Rogers, for the publication of a certain libellous
pamphlet, charging the plainiiff with various
crimes and misdemeanors, the jury found a ver-
dict for the plaintiff, and assessed the damages at
4000.-Philad. Gaz.

Ch'n Comnmittee on Lectures.

r| HE VARIETY STORE, 392 South Market-
- --treet.-Children's china mugs, with upw.irds of L3a
different names, for sale by S. VAN SCHAACK,
deli 392 South Market st.
del4 The Variety Store, ;392 South Mark't at.

in State street continued.
B,,OKSTORE-Elemei, ts of Pathologi(al Anato-
my, with numerous engravings, by Sandl. D. Gross, M.D.
The Feacher taught, or principles and modes of Teach-.
ins, by Emerson Davigs.
Pictures of'Early Life, lby Mrs. Emma C. Embury.
M.,sschiuset s School Library, 1st series, comprising
10 vols. &t. &ec del4.
J UDGE BUAi,18 LAST WORK-Thie arm-
er's Compini: n, Essays on the principles and prac-
tice of American hushandry, by the late lion. Jesse Bue',
Dean's Philosophy of Humant ife, investigation of
tlh great elements of Life, by Amos Dean, Professir in
Albany Medical College. For sae by
d014 w. C. LITTEI. cor .,tMte


Whereas the Sheriff o, tie Uouniy of Albany on the
5th Uay of llccetilier, instaNit, represented to Ult that lie
aild Ilis deputies had on several occasions been resisted
il the eAc, union ot Various civil process oftilhc Iuprriml
Court urtgainst citizens of die sa:.d County, and had i ounid
it liniposasi le to execute : such process, and that therefore
onil thie 2d day of Decee her, instant, hlie had Hu oinuined
tile power of hiN county, or so much hereof as setuned
ox pcdlvult, atn with ;!bat power, consisting of several
hundrdedi unaillid citizuies, haJ procCetied toLu itlihe towns
where tlih tXtcuion of the said process was required to
ie made; that lie was met b- a large body of mii-n who
cffcetnally re-i.-tLcd hit,, and pievetied h s fitlIh, r pro-
gress il tih- discharge or his duty, whereupon le hadre-
turnei-d 10 tlc city of Alailv and tien ipp ied to me to
call out a sufficient military force to enable lhim to exe-
cute tini sviid process:
And Vhrretis, belit-ng unwilling to adept that fiual rem-
edy un il ,:very Lffiort of a h1 ss serious ciaic(r ihad been
inside to m. ntiam the sup|rinacy of tie laws, I direcLtd
the said slcr ft to obtain wai rants- and totiacltmtents against
thile pers ris woo ha, iiesisted h m in the dis charge of his
duty, and proceed with tile arnh d ,ower oi t his county to
ex,:cute the -aid process, warrants and attachments:
And Hh reas, it has been made known to Hie that the
said Sheriff, together with the armed power of the coun-
ty, assembled in pursuance of such directions, has been
met by a large bo ty of persons with tie- evident intent,
a>companieid by threats, ofpreV.n.ing hinit from execu-
ting the said civil and criminal proeo.-s, and that he said
armrd power of the county is insuuficient to enable iHim
to periorin his duty:
.0,W lierelore, beit known that by virtueof the iaws
of this ,tate, 1 have taken inett.ure.. to call foi th a suffi-
ieNii nimli.ary force to etnablethe Sheriffof lthe county of
Albauy to execute eflec ually tihe legal proce ss committed
to him, and to maintain ue supremincy ol the laws. But
before actually eni)loying thie said military force, it ap.
pear-s to ile proper to issue this my Proclamation, as a
lurthli.-r effort to avoid that extiemity. I thinrefore enjoin
upon tile people of this county, and all others whom it
may concern, that ihey aid and assist the officers of jus-
tice in the performance oftheir i u:y. I appeal to all who
have taken part in these unlawful proceedings, to r fleet
upon their nature and cornscquunces, and to remember
that resistance to the officers ofjustice is a high misde.
mtknor; that when such resistance becomes concerted
and organized, it is insurrection, and that it death ensue,
the penaltit s of treason and murder are incurred ;, that the
only lawful means to obtain relief from any injuries, or
redress of any grievances of which they complain, awe by
application to the Courts of Justice and to tihe Legisla-
ture, an th;it they shall receive every facility which the
Executive Department can afford in brioigiig their corn-
plainis before thile Legislature. I injuin upon them,
therefore, to i-esist from their opposition, and to conduct
and demean themselves a- orderly, peac-_ible and well-
disposed citizens, justly estimating the invaluable rights
thi y enjoy, and knowing that the only security for ti.e
preservatioi of their rights consists in ihe conplet-as-
cendanicy of the laws. I call upon tllhem to remember,
that while it is by no means my desire, or that of their
f<;llow ciiuz, ns, to look with severity uponi offences which
may lhavo been corimmitted under exit memt, and without
due considera-ion of tilhe consequences, the laws of
tLhe land cast upon them most serious respotisibil-
ities for any unhappy consequences which may result
from turtlier resistance to dlie authority and powem of the
People of this itaie. 1 warn themin that assemblies for
the purpo-e of hindering or obs:ruciing tht officers of
justice, are in themselves unlawful, and cannot result
otherwise than injuriously to the peace aind happiness of
thecunimunity and the putlie safety. They are thr.refsre
enjoined to abstain from all tumiiltuous assemblages,
which always lead to results not contvinplated, and which
are sure to involve the well-meianing in thie coirttquences
of rash counsels anl thile iovt ments of evil-diL-posea per-
In testimony whereof I have hereunto subscribed my
nanie, and caUsed the Privy Seal of the tato
to lie hereunto affixed ati tie city of Albany,
[L. s.I this tenih day it'Decenimber, in tlheyear of eur
Lord, one thousand eight hundred a d thirty-
By the Governor,
SAMUEL BLATCHFORD, Private Secretary.

'TUL'ES FUei 639. December.
Tuesday, 17th-Amos Dean, esq., will repeat his intro-
ductory lectire.

MSBY will leciCLure This Evncmng nit 7 o'clock.-
Subject-TheI Hand.
Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully invited to at-
tend. dei14
iUGAR--. &c.-J. 1 Jones will setl this morning
tt 1W o'clock, in fr,it of cttore, groceries, liquors, sugars.
bro. Havanna and lump, 20 chess young hyson tei, 550-
boxes city made soap 1DO boxes raisins, 1:0 gross tobacco
pipes, 20 boxes tobacco, &c ; also an assortment of house-
hold and kiLchen furniture, bureaus, tables, chairs. bed-
st, a-ls. &c. del4
(C'L RK & LAISDELL will continue toeirsale
valuablee gold w.ticlhe an4 jewelry this morni-f
at 10 o'clock, when will be offered some entirely new ant,
splen id. del4
jNOTICE-'The subscriber's assortment of Frenich
i and erman .oys, fancy toxes, a d every thing.
suitable for Chri.-tmas and New Years presents, is un-
surpassed in th.s city. The public is re-spectfully invltedL
to call and give him ai share ot their patronage.
N. B.-Ot serve, prices cheap,
del4 JACOB BlI'RINGER. 82 Statesar.
SHIAWLS--ich cashmere, thibet, merino, and silk
shawls, dress hdkfs and scarfs, together with Roi
Roys and kayles, can be purchased at 46 State street, at
very low prices. [del4J A6HLEY SCOVEL.
R for sale by \\%M Ni-;SSLF,
No. 277 Norlh Market street,
del4 nearly opposite ihe Temperance House-
'pp moved and p.-culi;tr articles of foreign peifume-
y. ofth- best inanufaetnr,.s, in great perfection nrid va-
Iiety atthlle UmTl) STArI'ES BAZAAR,
d,-14 324 N Market st near the Post office..
for sale by WM: N's-SLE,
No. 277 North Market street,
deli nearly opposite the Temperance House.
SILKS. plain and fi-urt-d, in every shnde of color can.
Sbe had at the New York Dry Goods ,-torei,ofthe-fol.
lowing kinds in astonishing variety: Gros de Nanles,,
pou de sole, gross gr.iin, gros de swisse, gro d'atrique,
4ro de soue, gros rationale, groin de venice, rep silk, rep
satin, satin stripe: gros (d'afriq"e of very rich qiility,
satin turc, waterei blac,-k silk. ievantine, italian. ducapeo
lutedtring. sli chew, pla.d silk. striped silk, chtnge.able,.
all i, ds, mode, florence, &c. P. & G. BROWN,
del- 434 S. M ;rket at.
ITALIAN SEWING SILK, a superior articl%,
by the lb. at 3-4 Market St., Vom. Building by
EAIU DE COLOGNE-Imported fromn Farina--
sold at the u S BAZAAR,
del4 324 North Market st.
j1HREAD-Marsh.all's Paiterint Thread by the lb., t-
3-4 A Market st.. Commercial Buildlng, 6y
are reminded that only two weeks remain to those-
districts which have not purchased libraries to do so lln
comlian.-e with the law. Such districts as neglect to at-
tend to this important concern before the first of Januap.
ry, will be deprived of the appropriation hereafter-(see
the law and the circulars ol the superintendent of cm-
nion schools).
N. B.-Orders addressed to the subscriber for the libra-
ries recommended by the superintendent, r for such a-
may be preferred by the districts, will be promptly ,.xecu-
ted, and every facility afthforded to those who prefer ma-
king their own selection. ERASTUS H. PEASE,
Booksetver and Stationer, S2 State street,
de 14-d&-c3t Albany.
N toT[CE-Thestockholders of ihe Farmers' Bank
Sot Geneva are hereby notified that an election for
thirteen directors will be held at their banking h ise. in,
the villa-e of Geneva, on the 13th January, 1840; also for
I he election o(f three inspectors, to be chosen at the same
time: the poll will be kept. open from 10 A. M to 4 P. M.
Geneva, Dee. 111h, 1839, WM. K. STRONG,
dei4-ditptd Cashier.

MuRDER.-Peter Mitchell, esq., of Savannah,
Ga., was, on landing in the night at Brunswick,
Ga., struck down by some unknown person with
a club, or other heavy weapon. He was taken up
some time after, senseless, and died the next day.
No clue to the murder was even suspected, nor
motive, for Mr. Mitchell was not robbed-his gold
watch and money remained untouched. The au-
thorities of Brunswick were taking active mea-
sures to ferret out the murderer.

WOMAN BURNT TO DEATH -At Boston, on Mon-
day night last, a woman named Reed was burnt
to death by her clothes taking fire. Another wo-
nan, by the name of Magner, was also tbfound in
ler chamber on the same evening, with her face
mnd bosom badly burnt; she had retired only a.
tout ten minutes, when discovered. It is suppos-
ed she had a fit, as she was subject to them, and
complained of being unwell before retiring.

there being double, returns
Mr. WISE moved that Mr. Naylor has a right to
vote, and] demanded the previous question thereon.
Mr. NAYLOR (holding up his credentials) rose
and said, I challenge the right of this house to pass
upon my right here, and I ask any member to pro-
duce the credentials by means of which he claims
to pass upon it. You (turning to Mr. Smith) im.
peach my right-I impeach yours-I challenge
your light to be here.
[Loud cries ot ", Good-good-bravo".]
Mr. SMITH: Instead of replying to him, I turn
him over to his colleague (Mr. Ingersoll), who
has credentials as good as himself.
Mr. NAYLOR. I am here by the voice of the
People, and under the authority of the law.
[Cries from all parts of the Hall And I-and
Mr. SMITH. So is another gentleman from your
Mr. NAYLOR. I deny it-I deny it.
[The confusion and disorder which here perva-
ded the house (including the galleries) can scarce-
ly be conceived by those not present at the time.
Cries of ";Order-Silence--take your seats,"
Mr. UNDERWOOD inquired what was the ques-


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' AlA..ilAN iiuviig last week attended extensive auction sa es ol Dry Goods aL New YorK, iade &omie wutider-
fuiiy chei .p purchases of those descriptions must desirable for the winter season To enuable the buyer to foinii au
idra of mlie titlEAPiNEo, mhe price. amunexed to the few following articles are believed to be sufficiei,,t-
160 dre-se-, ot a yarn wide, IJARK FRENCH CALICOES, xcell.nn quality and beautiful deaignis, at only 12
sh liligs per ,;ress-particuiary -untable fur Christm s presents.
85 drcs*es FilENCH MOUSSELINE IDE LAINES, double width, at 12 shillings per dress.
CASiIhItEutE -HlAWL,-', f, on 3 0o 25 dollars.
BItOCIIE HAVvL ;, from 3 dollars, upwards.
SCAILi i At ERINO ztH -%V LS, large size, at 8 shillings.
A largequantithy o"f C11 NGEABIE Si.KS, from 4s. Od a yard, upwards.
FRFINcI ifE.i On, gouid qualhy, Iat only one dollar a yard.
The most faz-hionable FANCY GoOD will always be found at the New Faslhionahble Dry Goods Store, No. 297
North li;i. ket si.riet. Dec mher 9 d(ll;-xlw

N,.. 7-Ttie Mlanacis rez-peotlully announcto te 10 L 1 MAIL Ai.tlNi\(jtMl.' FO!{ eUUAHiElc,
lienien aid criz, n- ghncrilly, lhat the first ba.l of Eagle The southern mail by steamboat, will close daily at 3
Fire Engine Co. No. 7,: will be gives on Monday eve- P. 1. and 6 A. Al.
ning, Dec. 16. Thei ai ranigeniemits which have been made Thle mails on the east and west side of the HIiiudon, will
are.-ucl as cann-,t tail to give general satisfaction. close Tuestays, Thursdays, and Snudays at S P. M.
Mr. A. G. URAVES, and his ccklbrated Cotillon Band, The western mail b, railroad to Utica, will close at 7
have een eniigaged t';r t'e occasion. The carriage list A. .1. and 0 P. Al. daily.
will be opened ut tilt G-clntleien's Saloon, Stiunwix Hall, The maiil via Cherry Valley Turnpike will close daily
on their morning of the ltlh inst., at 10 o'clock. Carriages at 7 A. ).
Will eommence running on time evening of the ball at 6 '1he northern maiil via Salem and Middlebury to Bur-
o'clock precisely. The supper room will be open from 8 lington Vt.., will close daily at 9 A. M.
until 12 o'clocK in the evening. Tickets $3, to be had The northern mail via Mechaiicsville to VWhitehall,
of either of the Managers. will close daily at 9 A. Al.
D. Newland, jr., George 0. Merrifield, The northern mail via Pittstown and Hoosick to Bien-
C. McLouthnii, Jno. R. Taylor, nington, Brattleboro and New Hampshirc state, will close
E. R. Brown, Geo. A. H Englehait, daily except Saturday, at 8 P. 51.
J. F. McPherson, Walter Strong, An extra mail via Hoosick, WVilliamstown and North
13. Briare, P. M. Carmichael, Athdams to Bcnnington, will close daily, except Sunday,
Chas. H. rteele. at9 A. M.

GEO. HUMPHREY, Ch'n. '1 he mail for Trey, Lansingburgh and Waterford, will
J. D. BADGLoY, See'ry. c'ose daily at 9 A. M.; and an extra mail for Troy will
N. B. 'rickets not transferable. de9-4t close daily at 5 P. AlM.
SThle mail via Sand Lake, Hancock,VWilliamistown and
OTICE-Proposals will be received at the Office North Adams to Greenfieid, will close 'luessay, Thurs-
N1 of tae Commissary Gcneial of l'urchases, in Phila- day and Sund'ay at 8 P. Al.
delph a, to finish the following materials and articles for The mail via Sand Lake, Hancock, Adams and Lanes-
the United Slats Aimy, for the year 1840, viz: boro to Greenfield, will close Monday, VWtonesdlay and
Blue cloth. 6.4 wide, dyed in indigo, and inll the wool. Fridail.iy at 6 P M.
Sky-tluetwilled iloih, 6-4 wide. The mail viai Nassau, New Lebanon, Pittsfield and
Unlleacheil coti on shirting, 7-8 wide, North. irpton to Boston, will close daily, except Saturday,
Flannel cotton and wool, 7-8 wid., at 8 P. M.
Canton flannel, 3-4 wi ie. The mail via West Stockbridge and Stockbridge to
Unbleaclied coitou drilling, 3-4 and 7-8 wide. Springfield, Ms.,will close daily, except Samti d.iy, at 8
Bleached do 3-4 wide. P. MAl
Uniform caps, for Dragoons, Artillery and Infantry. The mail via West Stockbridge to Hartford, Ct., will
P'onpons for Artillery and Ihfan;ry. close daily, except Salurday, at 8 P. M.
Hair plinmes for Dragoons. The mail to Baliston and Saratoga Springs will close
Bands and Tassels do. daily at 7 A. Al.
Aiguillettes for Artil:ery andInfantry. Tie mails via lens elaervlle to Durham, will closp
Worsted sashes, crimson and yellow. Tuesday, Thnrsday and Saturdayy at 7 A. M.
Shoulder straps, for Artillery and Infant y. The mails via Guilderland Cenmre, Knox and Schoharie
do brass, for Dragoons. C H. to Oneonta, will close Monday, VWednesday and
Epaulettes, N C taff, artillery and Infantry. Friday at 7 A. M.
Forage caps, new paltern. The mails via New Sc. tliand and E. Bern to Bern, will
Laced bootees, p irs. close Tuesda s and Saturdays at 8 A. M.
Woollen half toIckmngs. Thme mails via Wateivliet and Cohoes to XVaterford,
Leather socks. will close daily, excerpt Sunday, at 7 A. M.
Blankets, 6A feet long, 5 feet wideI weight 4 14s. Letters intende fur the pending mails should be deposi-
Horse blankets, blue, 6 feet long, 5g wide, weight 4 Ibs. ted in the office half an hour before theunie of closing.
Metal Cap Equipments, for Dragoons, Artillery and Office liu!s are from 6 A. 1l. to 9 P MA., except on un-
Inifanitry. days and the z ated holyilays, when thie delivery will be
Buttons, coat and vest, for do do do open from 8 to 9 A. Al., from 12 to 1 at noon, and ron 5
do U. S. large and small, yellow and white, to 8 P. minyl A. C. PLAGG, P. .1
do for shirts and suspenders.
Hatchets. I MARKETr-S'TR LLT-A fewoi thoSe teauiLi-
Spades. ful Engitli silk net bags, )usi rc-eived and for sale by
Worsted binding and cord, of all kinds. i STEPHbEN VAN SCHAACK,
tThe quantity and number of these articles will be de- de7 393 South Market-st.
termilned hereafterJ
Casks and Cooperage. for one year from Aprii next. C'URRANTS AND CITRON-Fresh currants
Saddles complete for Dragoons. and citron for sale by \VM. Nt,.SLE,
Bridles with martingales. No. 277 North Mrket st.,
Saddle-bags, de7 nearly opposite the Tempecanee House.
Leaiher halters. KE;Y for sale by WVM. INESSLE,
The whole are to be of domestic manufactured materi- No. 277 North Market st.,
alse. Patterns of all the ri quired woollen and cotton de7 nearly opposite the Temperance House.
cloths and articles, are deposited in the Cominnisstry Ge- i
neral's Office, in this city, for examiination. Samples of VtTIOLIN AND BASS VIOL STRINGS for
any of the woolleti and cotton cloths wiI be sent to any V sale by Gt'.O. WARREN, .
manufacturer. on application to this office I'y mail, and de7 :.)72 South Mai ketstreet.
such information given as may be desired. The B-otees To MAYELLS, South Market street, all who're
are to be of eight sizes, and the Caps of five sizes. Tihe incelined
sizes, and proportions of size,, wihi be stated in the con- 'To view splendidd Beavers, should haste-
trats. On lthie samnpls and patterns exhibited, the con- For there, ga) and grave, will assuredly find,
tracts will be founded and idspections made, and no arti- An article just to their taste.
cle will be received that is inferior in the material or No effort of art-no expense doors hlie spare,
weokminship to, or that does not correspon'i in eve y 'Toput on the finish soi well, s
respect with, the pattern on which a conttract is funded. As to render his HATS, (so hisfriends all declare),
The supplies are to be delivered at the U. States Arse- The Hats that all other' excel.
nal, near Philadelphia, for inspection, in equal monthly 'Tis a tact," say those friends, from which none can t
portions, and the contracts arc to be fulfilled on or before escape, t
the first day of July 1840. And a lact which good judges concede, s
The proposals must be in writing, sealed, and endorsed That for w,,ork of fine texture and lustre, and shape,
" Proposals," and must reach the Office of the Cominnissa- JOHN MArELL takes greatly the lead." 1
ry General of Purchases on or before the 7th day wf Jan- Let tlhoc whlo dout.t this, put a Hat to tthe test, 4
aiary 1640. Security will be required for the fulfilment And if ever they've c.u.se to c,,iplain, h
of contracts. I.et the Irraud be exposed-let their wrah be expressed t
Commissary General's Offire, Let them ne'er be Ihis patrons aaain. It
Philadrl hia, Dec. 7, 1839. del3-3tawtja7 Not to one branch alone are his labors confined- t
SAND FOR SALE-I1100 acres of land in the His CAPS for the young of the flock"-
staie of Ohio, the greater part of lyin about twenty (Both ot velvet and cloth), are most neatly designed,
aniles westofToltdo, on the route of the Toledo and Mi Antd niuadefromn .he richest of stock.
.ehigancity Rail-road, is offered lor sale at the role o. What HILoiydiy present could partiits impart, d
*2 27 per acre. 'ppiy at 17 Green st., Alianv noll-ln To crowiiuh liright brow of the boy,
.aiac n. ., .sp J U,,, Iram NayOip.11 L YUIt U oil t uudeii th^lCip~

pArENT OVERSHOES-Ani excellent art.Cle
tor wet and cold weather, for sale at the
del U. S BAZAAR, 321 N. Markets.
LErlNES-Ani elegant asortin-neut now selling at
the new fashionable dry go di store of
297 North Market st.
N. B. The Parisian Fashions up to the 1st of Novem-
,ber. just received, del-2
cocks for sale at THE VARIeTY STORE,
dcel-i :372 South Market st.
8IHAWLS, SHAWLS-Ladies in want of shawls,
S are respectfully remindeJ that at the New York Dry
"Store. they will find an endless assortment of all the most
ffashionaule styles, tit prices astoniishingly low.
del't2 P. & G. hROWVN,434 S Marketst.

,C OAL OFFICE-For the accoinmidation of their
friends and the public, the subscribers have op, ned
:an office in tanwix Hall. co.'ner of Maiden Lane amnd
'North Market st., where they will be happy to receive
,orlerstor L-higlm, Lackawaniina. Peach Mountain andti
NVirginia Coal, of the best quality, which will be sold on
ireasonahble terms.
Sandl J6 4 Engli-h white qu;lts ant c ,unterpan-s,
' did patterns, ju.it re, eived at 46 Statte at.
i H IHC0OAL- Proposals il be rec' lived foir sup-
-' lyingg all the Charcoal that niay e required at tihe
"Watervliel Arsenal, tfor one year from the lst January
next. %, a ervliet Arsenal, Dec 10, 1839
del2-O10t R. S. BAhER,Maj Ord.
J[D ISSOLTTION-The copartner-hip hereloioie
existing between Francis Malhiurn arid John Oweis.
is this dav dissolved by mutual consent. All persons in-
debted to the snid firmn are r quested to make mnimediat
payment to Francis M.ilburn, who i; duly authorised to
settle the same. Albany, Dec. 7th. 139.
'The business will be carried on at the old stand, corner
46f iouth i'carl and Be:aver streets, by
F JtlNGES, Cords and Ornaucental Tassels, of eve-
ry color. for 'robes, mantles sand manatillas, made to
order aitbe shortest notice, hv
delt *97 .North Market st.
for sale at TiHE VARIETY 1TORE,
del2 392 South Market st.
-J 11t1iE CCI'Y OF ALBAN1'--f'h.- subscri-t'r
;has just received a supply of the celebrated Messrs.
.bmithl & Br,,thner's superior highly finished and extra
-polished clocks, warranted a first rate article, equal adl,
.superior to any in the m irket, both braNs and wood,
wholesalee and retail at the manufacturer's prices, freight
,extra. Also, eight day time pieces for banks and offices.
.Call by all means before you purchase elsewhere.
,N. B. A great assortment of r renchl Mal,tel and Ger-
arna Alarm Clocks. JACOB BtRINGER,
delta 8* 4-tate stre t.
*IYNX FUR-Received ti insmorning at time New
Yur, Dr- vGoods Store, a lot of beautiful real Lynx
IAur trimnnmig, uucomimouhly low in price Ladies wish
.ing to truucim o s handsomiely, will find this is a inost su-
perb article fo r LiIots purpose. P. & G. BROWNV,
dell 434 South Market street.
A" RTIFICIAL FLOWERS-A great variety ot
f wreatis and buichies, of tie lD.test patterns can be
Found at 46 ,tate strtei.
-APSAGO CHEESE four sale bv
vv M. NESSLK,277 N. Market st.,
ddell nearly opposite the Temperanlce trouse.
QWOTCHP LAIDS, for children's dresses, lining
Sovercoats, &e., at, the. new fashionable dry goods
dell 297 N. iiarket st.
L tneaim refined loaf arid lump sugars, by the uox or
"barrel, at prices cor'espouding with ti times, for sale by
WM. NESSLE, 277 N. Market st.,
I dell nearly opposite the Temperance House.
,G GENUINE PALM SOAP-Prepared solely
Sfromiu refined Pilin oil renowi.d for its efficacy iii
preventing thie skin fromn chapping, and has also a very
:agreeatle perfume, fir sale at mtie (Depot)
dell U. S BAZAAIt, 324 N. Market st.
T HE VARIETY-STORE.392 Soutti larket-
1 st -0;d Brown Vindsor Soap, iii nimill packages
-for family use, for sale by S. VAN SCHAACK,
dell 39'-1 S. market st.
1 te4 'fur its admired fiagranet Also, highly scented

And tight tip tUe aspect with joy.
3JFFor the best HATS and CAPS-the true "Sinnon
Pure" sluff-
Call ,n MAY E.L.-'i word to the wise is enough. d-6
Lile *eotlest auiinquIt, down to the present period,
wo ching the opportunity to ensnare some deluded vic iin
oftheir baseconsplracy. How often dowe seeyouth suf
fearing under a long chain of evils, extending to the last
stage ,f protracted existence, and wvho have sunik under
Lei complicated maladies, the cause of which is disease,
aguravatcd by poisonou nostrums administered by the
hands of tincignorant eampiric. To the same cause al.o
may be attributed the many unfortunate b-ine-s who in
the very meridian of their years, with all their florid ap-
pearance of health and promise of a lengthened age, have
oeen suddenly arrested by some hidden canker, and pro
cipitately reduced frlumn the high career ot vigorous en-
joyment to the extreme of vital impotency. How many
.ire tie instances of premature- decrepitude! How fre-
quent art the- examples of manhood sinking gradually to
,ie grave, while the natural webt of limle is ,et but hall
spun! How nUumerous .-re the youths who are chainel
io an obnoxious indolence by ageiieral umniecility, which
medicine in its general application can scarcely reach,
and whicit sympathy lhas no power 'o relive !
Dr. LoCKi-tOW would here respectfully state that he
has heen il the daily habit oe vitwintg itliese melancholy
[ og ut Atjk~uiifc,,s Its- .-.m vcr, h iA it& ALtLCASUS (f -
e-pt in tthe inmot withering instances of decay) succe.s
the mno~t eminent has crowned his exertions.
Old G.ileii's Lock Dispens:tr), No 56 Bavcr street,
tw, doors bt!)ove P iarl street. d'll.
,. LO._ ?IIK-li.LS-litrie iquiitti-s ,,t r.cii i guredl
4. and plain silks tor ladies' cloa.ks, havethis morning
arrived at the New York D)ry Goods Store, pou de seie,
-iros grain, repi, gros d'afrique, gros d'a-iour, satin
lure, all of the most fashionable styles, and in very d.i-
st rable colors. P. & G BRI)WN,
delO 434 S. Market st.

received and for sale ;i great variety ot guiold gu-ird
arid fob ch.-,ins of a new pattern. Also gold guard and
fb Keys, at 374 South Market street.

S NGOLA FUR-P. & G. BltOUN have, with
t- difficulty, received another large lot of the fashion-
able Angola trirmnmin.t fur, ofbeaun (ul quality and in all
colors. For sale wholesale and retail at tihe New YVor
Dry Goods Store, 134 S. Market st. d4 9

SClerk's Offic-- 'he following apportionimnents have
been returned to the common council i,f this city, and
will beconfirmed unless cause to the contrary be shown
on or before the 6th day of January next, to wit:
An apportionment o01 the expense of excavating, erm-
banking,, and forming First street from Ten Broeck to
Swan street
An apportionment of the expense of re-paving State
st, from Eagle to Lark street.
An apportionment of the expense of sinking a well in
North Pearl street, between Lumber and Van Woert sts.
de5 GEO. WV. WEED, Cltrk.

GIMBLET BIT'rTS just received ily
de7 372 South Market street.
LONDON PORTER, by the casc or dnz-n, for
sale by WM. NESSLE,
No. 277 North Market st.,
de7 nearly opposite the Temperance Hous,-'.
Benjamin WV. Strong und William Al. Chadwick,
surviving executors, &e. of Peter lemnsen, deceased, vs.
Peter It. Brinckrhoff, Aleta Strong anid others. Mas-
ter's sale in partition.
In pursuane, of a deer tal order of the court of chance-
ry of this state, will tue sold at public auction, by or un-
der the direction and tuperintendance of the sutiscriber,
one of the masters of said court, at the sales room of
Wilkins Rollins & Co auctioneers, number seventeen
Broad-str et, in the city of New-York, on the twenty-
seventh day of January next, at twelve o'clock, noon of
that day, all that lot Or parcel of ground situate in the
fif eenth (late ninth) ward of the city of New-York, with
the dwelling house and improvements thereon, bouindrd
as folio -s: iteginning at a p lint on the west-rly side of
Broadway, distant twenty-nine feet northerly from nthe
corner formed by the intersection of the said westerly
side of Broadway with the northerly side of Waverly
Place, and thence running westerly on a line parallel
with the said noretfel ly side of WVaverly Place, iand losing
the nurtherly side of a lot of ground granted and convey.
ed lmy S'tepthIm tec'l Cdnind Maria his wife to James Stronii
one hundred feet, anud thienee runting northerlv on ai line
parallel w tih the said westerly side of Broatiwity iwcmtv_
tive feet, andi thence easteily ind on a line parallel with
the said northerly side of WVaverly Place one hundreds
feet to the westerly side of Broawvay, and thitcme sonutlh-
erly along thire westerly side of Broadway tweity-five
feet to the place of beginning,. Dated this I4th day of
Dec-niber, 1939. DAVID CO. WlVIzE,
1.1 I *,., MiA\, otir in Cf hnne +.-y.




AT a GourtofchancerynelItortlhestate ol New York
on tihe twenIy sixth liday o1. November, onie thoius:nd
eight hbuiidrcd anrt thirihv.-.ine-Prseni Jolin P. Cush-
imi n, vite cml,.ntellor of the thi- irdecircuit.
VVilliii Akin. vs.- Vrnum ln, '. Shattuck, William
.lackso:i, Charl-s A. Mrt- !tn, The Daniik of S.ilina,
RI clhrd Rlnst, Calvin P.. i;t ci:!ati-.s(i,, George Salmon,
jun., l)ormnn Felt, Henr,' 'Frnm !i. Lansing Mei chant,
Walter Merchant. larpird V. D Van Epps, Urban
lDunmtning, Ale ander j. iHamilon, James N. Cobb and
Rob- rt A. Sands.
Itppearitig by atlidlavi to t he-atisfaction ofthiscourt,
liaitthe d(iefeni(lanit, Varttiimtr P. Shattuck, resides out of
this iatel, but is t;i re-identl ofono of tile United StL.tles,
Sto wit: of the state of indLana-on motion of Samuel
Stevens, ecq. of counsel for ithe complainant, it is or-
dered, lhat ii ine said Varnrmi P Shaituck cause Iii- aii)-
paraitice to i e ei-.ered, aiind notice thereof to be served
on ttihe comiiiplainanl's solicitors within four nomiths iroi,)
the dett- oftm'lis ortlder, anid iii case of his appearanIce that
he cause his answer to the coniplainiant's bill t.o be filed,
anid a copy thereof to be serd(i on iithe cimtplainanits
solicitor within forty days after service of a copy ofsaid
bill, anld in default thereot,; said bill of complaitit may
be takei as confessed by him: and it is further ordered,
that within twenty days thie said comiplaimnant cause this
order to libe pttbhl-bed in thi state paper amid in the New
York Evening Post, and that the said publication be con-
tinued in eiacm of the said papers at least once in each
week for eight weeks in succes-ion, or that he cause a
copy of this order to be personally served on the said
VarnumP. Shat;uck atleast twenty days before the time
above prescribed for his appearance. Copy.
Cagn-r & Stevens. Con pit's skil'rs. de14-8w

A a court of chaincery iield fi'or tilie stale of New York,
"at the city of Al ny, on the twenty-sixth day of
.'\oveinlber, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine
-Present, John P. Cushman, vice chancellor of thetird
William Akin, vs. John Ackland, William Dewey,
WVilliam .l achson, Charles A. WVheaon, The Bank of
Sauiina, Ricliard Bust, Calvin P. Richardson, George
Salmon, jui., LDorman Felt, Henry French, Lansing
1icrcimnt, Walter Merchant, George F. Leitch, ,;hene-
zer Clark, ILarpera V. D. Van Epps, Urban Dunning,
Edward A. Nicholl, Varnum P. Shattuck, Jolln Hors-
pool and James Gibbons
Itappearinig by affidavit tothe satisfaction ofthiscomrt,
that the delf'iidant Varnum P. Shattuck resides out of this
state, but is a resident of one of the United Stales, to wit,
of the state f Indiana-on motion of Samuel 'tevens,esq.
ofcounsel for the complainant, itis ordered, that the said
Varnumn P. Shattuck cause hi's appearance to be enter-
ed, and notice thereof to be served on the complain-
ant's solicitors witllhin four months tromn the date of
this order, aud in case of his appearance, that hu cause
his answer to the complainant's bill to be filed, and a
copy thereof to be served on the complainant's solici-
tors within forty days after service ol a copy of said bill,
and in default thereof, said bill of complaint may betaken
as confessed by him: and it is further ordered,that with-
in twenty days, the said complainant cause this order
to be published in the state paper and in the New York
I'-vemiiiig Pst, anid that the said publication be continued
in each of ti' said papers at least once in each week for
eight weeks in succession, or that he cause a iopy of
this order to be personally served on the said Varnum
P. Slhat uck, at least twenty days befl'ore the time above
prescribed for his appearance. Copy.
"JOIlN ]M. DAVISON, Clerk.
Cngger &St, venas, Complt's sol'rs. dte14 w
A L a courol cnanccrv etihi lort h4statr eol .,',iv ork
at the city of New York. on the twenty-fifth day of
November, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine
-Present, William T. McCoun, vice chancellor of the
firsi circuit.
John W. Francis, vs. George A. Furst and Janet P. his
wife, .Iosiah Hiall, Saiiiuml Arnold, anid others.
It app arnmig y affidavit to the satisfaction ofthis court,
thi.,it the defendants Josiah H ill and Samuel Arnold re-
side out of th is -tate, the said defendant Josiah Hall in
the state of Pent:sylvania, and the sail defend.,nt :ammu-
el Arnold, in Hadiam in thie state of Connecticut-on
motion of Janes S. Huggins, of counsel for the comipla in
ailt.il is ordered, that thIe said defendants ,Iosi:-h Hall
and Samuil Arntold cause thlieir appearance to be en-
t.red in this cause, and notice thereof to be served on
Llie coipliiiitiat's s.olicitors willing four montiis frorim the
ldte of this order, and in case ol their or eit herof their
appearance, that they severally cause their answer to the
coMiplainant's hilto be filed, and a copy thereol to be
served on thecornplainant's solicitors within forty days
after service of a copy of said bill, and in default thereof, ]
that said blill of" complaint may lie taken a, eonfe.ssed by
thein: and it is further ordered, that within twenty days
thlie complainant cause this ordti'r to be published in tll
state paper and in the paper printed in the city of New-
York, and styled the New Vork Amneriean, and Ihat the
)unlication be continued in each of said papirsa. least
once in each week for eight weeks in succe-sion, or that
because a copy of this order to be personally served on
lie sati defendants .losiah Hall and Samuel Arnold at
east twenty days before the time above prescribed for
heir appearance. A copy.
del4 Sw HIRAM WALWORTH, Clerk.

/ T a courtitn cnancetury rield for the S'ia l olf .New Notlk
Sat the capitol in the city ofl Albany. on the fourth
(ay of Dicenmber, one thous;tnd eimaht hundred and thlir-
y-iNine;-Prst'.-mt. Reiiben II. VWalworthi, chancellor.
Erais: us (Cornini' aand anmies Hirner, vs. Levi Dorttand
litty M)rtt his wife. amin tesse Hulmes.
It apptu rimil t lit it -iatlsfacitimiof tin iscourtby affidavit,
hat Levi Dortt andmnI itt DI)ortn Iiis vile, re.-ie otiut .fthliis
tane, ,mut are residents of lie Ut4t e Satmes, to wit, of
bhestateof Ohio- n million of' John V.L. Pruyn, oh
counsel for the complainants, it is ordered, that the said
evi Dortt andi MAltty Dortt his wife. cause their appear-
nce to be entered, andi police thereof to be served on the
oniplainants' solicitor within four months from the date
this order, and in case ol their appearance, that they
rase their answer to the conmplatnants' bill to be filed,
nd a copy thereof to beservedon the complainants'
elicitor within forty days after service of a copy of
aid bill, and in default thereof said bill of complaint
nay be taken as confessed by them; andit is furtherr or-
ered, that within twenty days the complainants cause
mis order to be published in the state paper aindinthi
eflector and Scheinecnada Democrat, and that the said
uilication be continued in each of said papers at least
ice in each week for eight weeks in succession, or
hattheycause a copy of this ordiler to b-e personally
served on the said Levi Dort. and Alitly Dortt hit, wife,at
ast twenty days before the time above prescribed tor
eir appearance. Copy.
JOHN MA. D-VISON. Rqisler.
Dudley Burwell, Soi'r fir contpl't'. dcl4 -w

A T a court ol chancery ieldor tne sLat ofNeVw York,
at thecit o0i 1laniy, Oiln tile third day of Demmei-
ro.,r. one thonrnnid eiiht hundred and thirty nine-Pre-
emui, iteu'.eihi t. VW alw rill, cualin ,ilor.
,ittert Criteter and Edward C. Center, vs. Abrantaiii
WV. Lyde, Austin It. Gordon anid Sarah 0,ouisa hins wile,
and Jr,.-eph L. Viudni rshce.
It appearui b y narfidavit io thle satisfaction olthiscourt,
lihat i ite tlefndants As i in t. Gordon nnd zarah Louis i
hilt w fe, ieside inout of this state, bu,. are resi enis ofne
of thie Ui it-'d -tates ti wit, ol the state of Ge rgia-on
motio iif Mr. Juiihu- Rhoades, oin behalf tf Griffin and
Havens, solicitors for i..u comiplainait, it is ordered,
-hat the said d feindan s Austimi I. Gordn and Sarah
Lout a his wife, cause thi-ir appearance to be entered,
dnd notice tbereof to be served oil the' co -iplainaniit's so-
licitors within four months f'roln the date of this order,
and in case of their appearance, that they cause their
answer to the coumplainantis' bill to be filed, and a copy
thereof to be served on tie complainants' solicitor
within forty days alter service of a copy of said bill,
and in default tlhcreao, said bill of complaint nmay be ta-
ken as coiilnfssed by thmuil; and it is further ordered, that
withiin twenty dtys from ihte date of this order, i.hie said
coinplainantls cause liis orde i to ie pubibmh-d in the state
papcr amnd in thie newspapers enliilel ntie Eveninu; Pust,
published iii te city tof .New N ork, and that the said
putilica lon be contiud tin etachi l0 tihe said papers
at least once in each week for eight weeks in suc-
cession or I liat they cause a copy of this order to be per-
sonally serveil onil the said dete: dants, Austin i. Goir-
don andn Saiah Louisa his wi e, at least twenty days be-
fore the tiniue above precrib(ed for thtir appearance.
del4-Sw Assistant ltegis er.
At'i'.courtuoiciaucery hnld tfortlestateol New York,
atthe tie capitol in tile city ot Albany, on Lthe third
day of December, one thousand eight hundred and thinr-
ty-nise-Present, Reuben Ht WValworth, cinancellor.
Edlward Bueene, vs. Thunimuas Newman and Aiarairet
his wile, Ge rge Hlanford, Jaut's AcClasky, Lancelot
lioxard, G rret V. Ryckman, Nelson Scovel, Charh s
Scovel, Edw;,r C'. lHltkRinan, Thiomas Newman. juntir,
I'eter G. Barier, Hentry P. lnurgai, John umgden Uey,
'Tune Mayor, Aidermien and Conimmonalty of the city of
It appearing by affidavitto the satisfaction of this court
that Henry P. Morgan, Ote of thie ahoy defendants, rc-
sid(Jes out this sialte. buint wiLtiuin thle United tlates, 1.0O
wit, in the ter itoriy of Florida-onii motion o l George WV.
Peklhiam, of couniisel for the abovt. comiplainanit, it is
ordered, tllhat thli said Henry !'. Alorgan cause his ipl-
upearanceto be itler'd in this c'tuse, a.ild initici., thereof
to lie serve d oN tile comiplainanit's solicitor within four
uiointhl- fromi LIhe date ol tliin order, andit In case of his
appearance, that hlie cause his aniswver to the coUmil-
plainant's bill lobe liledt, and a copy thcreohLtoube served
,onli thle corii plaina tt's solicitor wi thlln lorty days after ser-
viceofa copy of said iil and in default tlir'reof, said bill
of complaint may hu taken its confessed by the said Hen-
ry P. Morgan: ai;d it is 'untlicr ordered, thatul wiLltin
twenty dmtys tllucsaid complainant cause this order toi be
publisnId ntl ite state p'p'r, and i m tile New York Eve-
iing Post, and liiat thlie said piutillication be continued in
(each of the said papers al least o'e i mic each week for
eight uvecks in succession, or tliati lie cause a copy ol
this order to be personally served oii the said Henry P.
Morg.mn, at I,-;st xiively days before the tinme above pre-
scrilbtd nor his auppearntn'e.
del4-8w_ JOhiN Al. DAVISON, Register.
TOTICE-We, Steplicn A. Ricli and Jane Ricit, xwii
S ofu tlhe said --tephenu A., will apply to thil Conmiiis-
-.iojers iii hti, t .niul O fice o1 tilt i tlirtl day oii Fcti uatry,
l'40, at ten o'clock iiLi tIe l:enooni io that day, or at thie
next meeting of the said CoimiiisAionuers thereafter, for
a release unto the said Jane Rich ol such interest as the
people ofthe s:ate acquired by eshelat, on the death of
Andrew Mather, late, of the city of New York, deceased,
in that certain hoinuse and lot llf' around in th- iF'li thtv .-i




Sthe foot of Hamilton st., at 4 o'clock
P. M.-Carrying the U. S. Express
ROCWESTER, Capt. A. P. St. John.
UTICA, Capt. M. H Truesdell.
One of the above splendid low pressure steamboats will
leave as aliove daily, Saturdays excepted.
The Rochester having been during die past winter cut
in two anId Iength,-nvd, Is now 250 feet long. Th!ie inter-
nal arrangement of her cabins lhas been materially im-
proved, besid,- having two splendid room saloons on her
main ileck, with 15 berths in each It is therefore be-
lieved, that with her extraordinary speed and extensive
acconmnmodations, she will command thatslhareof the pub-
lic patronage which she so justly mnerits.
Thnm Rich -ster will rutn through witlioutlanding.
The Uti.a wi!l make her regular lanils
For farthecr particulars enquire on board the boats, or
at the office on the Pier, near the f"ot of Halmilton st.
N. B. A-II goods or property of any description put on
board oftihese boats, must be at the risk of thie owners
sel2 SETH F. Kf-LLYV. Agent.


Cars will leave Schenectady for Utica,
At 10 o'clock A.M.
Returning, cars will leave Utica for Schenectady,
At 10 o'clock A. M.
All baggage must lie marked and deposited in the bag-
gage wagon by its oMner or person havingehargethereof.
No charge for extra baggage,and all baggage positively
at the risk of the owner.
Wanv nnaenerprs will nttendfl nernn llv t th diDnnoi-

S ACCOMMODATION LINE tion oftheirbaggage at Schenectada.
S TWREN ALBANY and NEW- no3O Superintendeni and Engineer.
1 I HyBURGH, touching at the intermedi-
The new and splendid low pressure steamboat SAR- SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
ATliGA, Captain J D. Wilcox, will hereafter, for the
remainder of the season. mik,- three trips each week be- The Cars upon this road will run in connexion with
twecn Albany and Newburgh, f)r freight and passage, the Utica and Schenectady, and Syracuse and Utica Rail
as follows, viz: roads.
Leave Albarin every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- Leave Auburn for Syracuse, at 3 o'clock A. M., and 2
day morning, at 9 o'clock. o'clock P M.
Leave Netwbuirb every Monday, Wednesday and Fri- Leave Syracuse for Auburn, at 9 o'clock A. M., and 8
day morning at 8 o'clock, o'clock P. M.. on the arrival of thle ears from the east.
The steamboat .aratoga has been altered by placing All baggage at the risk of lhe owner.
tie wheels on her sides, so that she has an exten-ive deck LEVI LEWIS, Superintendent.
ror carrying all kinds of freight, including, horses, car- Coaches, carrying the United States Mail, will leave
images, furniture, &c all of which will betaken at mode- Auburn for Geneva, Canandaigua, Rocliester, Buffalo
'ate prices, and Niagara Falls, immediately on the arrival of the
For further particulars, enquire on board, or at the if- cars at Anibmirn; and also at 6 o'clock A. A arriving at
ice ofthie People's Liine steamboats, Albany, or of D. Rochester in 12 hours, and at Buffalo and Niagara Falls
Jrawford & Co., Newburghi. nol3 in '24 hours.
FOR NEW-ORILEANS1-ORLEANS LINE The SwiftsureCoach, for Rochester, via Vienna and
OF PACKETS. Palmyra, will leave Auburn at 1t o'clock A. Al., and ar-
To sail every other Saturday from New-York. i eat Rochester by 10 o'clock Ptimes July, 139..
KiExtras furnished at all times. July, 1839.
jyI7 And others, proprietors.

Ship LOUISA, Wm. Oshorn, master, Oct 26
AIEMVIPHIS, Saml. Nichols, master, Nov. 9
Ot ORREE, E. Knight, master, Nov. 23
OCMULG,.E, T. S. Leavitt, master, Dec. 7
FRANCONIA. E. Crabiree, master, Dec. 21
FRANCIS DEPAU, C. A. Furbes,'do Jan 4
The above ships are all copper fastened and coppered,
f very light drai'ft of wat,r, built in this city expressly
or the trade with eleg.tintly furnished state room accom-
sodamiion. for passengers, and comnmanded by able andt
experiencedd nisters.
T'e price ofpa-sage to and from New Orleans is $80,
or which thie best of stores are provi-ed, without liquors.
TJ'hi-se vessels will s:ail punctually as advertised, and
re towed up and down the Mississippi by steam inva-
Ail goods sent to the subscribers will be forwarded free
fcononinimision and passengers at a distance can secure
erths by writing to tihe a.ents.
S68 Souih-sutree, New York.
3TA vessel for Savannatm also despatched onee a
leeK. ocl8-3mu
via Delaware aniid Raritauni Canal-Union Line-
ti ne Line will consist of the following new and
sMiubistantial barges:
ALBANY, Captain Burns,
MJ(CHIGAN, do Allen,
CAYUGA, do Torborn,
MIDDLi.SEX. do Klinighit,
(One of which will leave Albany every week for the
>ove port. For freight apply to
No. 121) Pier, Albany.
my27 No. 19 South Wharves, PhIladelphia.

.-L.. TO LET-i'hTe new three story brick house
-.. 151 LyJius street. Possession given imninedi-
". : aely. Enquire of
L se:30O J. HOLMES, r.xchange.
"*i. 'Ir) i'0 iin .-u-'1'i e spacious ujptr story
m )l ofNu. 432 South Market St., excellently ardaptcd
il'l for storage, or otier purposes. Apily to
sc'Z 434 Suth MAlarket street,.
SSTORE' TO LET -Store No. 32 State-
Sstreet, tigthier with a good cellar and loft to be
,j let, and piissessiotu had inimiediately. Also.two
.B[ Inmi ;dle lofts iII store No. 13 State street. Apply
on the premises of

STORE LO LE -'F-Tne stock in tiae amid
..ui fixtures iof a rcntail grocery for sale, the ,resent
Ill i occupant being about to leave the city, offers .he
tiS above at bhirgain-tihe location is one of the
best t hi:tm ithe city affords-adldress throughh tile post office,
box .\i. 56 ) to A. E. i. nel3

|JpROPOSAL,%--SCtled proposals will be received
by thi iindersigned, through the inmediunm of the Post-
office, until thie '2til day of tells iniointh, for furiiisiin a lia-
iions to a lecrui.ing Party stationed at Albany, N.Y..
coninmencing on the lsi !ay of Jnitutry, 1840, and ending
ot the31st day of Ihccenminer. 14t, or on removal of the
party- fromut A bany, in wiich event the contract is mnull
and void.
The component pa, ts of ihe rations are as follows, (anti
wvlnch imnsi lie of the first quality): 'lThree-fiuiths of' a
pound oif pork or bacon, or one anild one fourth pounds of
fresh or salt beef, eighteen ounces oif bread or flour, or
one and one-foutrth pounds of corn meal, and at the rate
of four pounds iiof siap, one 1nil one half pounds of can-
dles, two quarts of salt, four quarts ol vinegar, eight
quarts of peas or Ieatiis. (,,r in lieu thereof, tea pounds
of rice.) six pound, of coffee and twelve pounds of sugar,
to th' hundred rations.
Bonds of approve.n security will be required of the low-
,st re.-punsible b dder. Recruiting StaLion, Albany, N.
., De,- 9th, 1839.
delO-1dd R If. .ROSS, 1 Lt. 7th Inft'y.
SLUIM--'ealed propo.ihls will I),- received by the on-
dersigned c;,niiminsiomeris to contract I'or and superintend
tie biLtidimig of tlie New York State Lunatitc Asylumt, at,
the office NIo. 88 (Law Buildings) in tihe cily of Utica,
umil the fiftecitilhi daty of Janutiary next,tor tihe following
ti:,luedu nIatecri:ils and job work, for all of which specifica-
tions will It. furnished at th offie-' .-'foresaid, to wit:
LUML ER-6)00 pieces iplaiid Henmlock j,,is, rom 10
to 16 feet in Icnglhi, and 3 by u. in lots of not less than
20,0t00 feet, hoard mineasure; 75,000 feet Inch hemlock
boards, from 121io 16 feet in length and to be dlthivered at
the Asylum near the city of Utica, by the first day of
June next.
iO,Outlo feet Pine lumber, one to two inch. to be deliver-
ed at thie openii g ofnavigation in the spring, and in lots
not lesi than 20,0(1(1 ;eit.
WATER LIME-500 barrels Water Lime, to be de-
livered as aforesaid, one half at th, opening of canal nav-
igation in the spring, and the residue by the first day of
June next
WIND)OWV FRAMES--For making 200 Window
frames, or those of the ithirIl :Inl fourth stories of the main
builitig now being erected, by the first day of July next;
rnanterials to he Iurnished the contractor.
)OOR FRAMIES- For making '200 d.)oi frames, for
second and tlhnird stories of said kuilditig, by the first day
of.lanine next; iniaeri;ls to b furnished th contractor.
WIND V SASii--For a:l or any panr of tlie window
-asih, at our oi pti-in, for saic building; contractor finding
materials :1.nd to be completed by the first day of Septem-
ber nt xt.
MTAKING BRICK-rProposals will also lie received fo,
making during the next sNi.s(iii, two iilI..iL-is selected
bricks at thie brick yardI at said Asylumi; to me made in the

This road is wow in comipleteoperation, with tivOtrains
leaving each end daily, (-unday excepted) at 8 o'clock
A. M., and at 41 o'clock P. M., and will he found to be
much the easiest and pleasantest route to Lebanon
Springs, Pittsfield, Stockbridge and Lee.
Passengers trom Albany or Troy for Massachusetts,
may come down to Hudson in thIe morning boats and go
out in the afternoon train, or come down in the evening
boats, enjoy a good night's rest, and go out in the mnorn-
ing train.
Passengers for Lebanon Springs will be delivered by
Rail-road at a point about seven miles from the Springs,
where coaches will be in readiness to take them to the
Fare from Hudson to West S:ockbridge, $1, Old Stock-
bridge, 61 *5; Lee, $1 50; Pittsiield,$i 75.
je25-6w C E. TAYLOR, Agent.

This road is now open for public travel, and during the
summnner will :e run as follows:
Cars will leave Utica tor Syracuse at 5 o'clock A. M.,
and at 4 P M.
Returning, cars will leave Syracuse for Utica at 5 o'-
clock A. M. and 4 P. M.
All baggage must be marked and deposited in the bag-
gage car by its owner or the person having charge of it.
All baggage at the risk of the owner. Syracuse, July
1, 1-39.
jy8 JOHN WILKINSON, President.

On and after MoImuday, 2tst October, the passenger cars
will leave Worcester at 10 o'clock, A. M., daily, Sun-
days excepted, for Spimingneld.
T'he cars will leave Springfield daily, Sundays excep-
ted, at i ij A. M.. for Worcestcr.
By tie above atrrangemnent, passengers leaving Boston
at 7 o'clock A. M., rease Spi ingtield at t P1. .1. Passen-
_r' 1, vIv i -u-princie-d ,l tl A. NI. wilt arrive in os-
ton hy tlhe a o'cl Ck Lrtint frumni ,Voreester, my at ,5 P._Nl.
Tihe corporation will hbe prepared no transport mier-
cliantilne over their ro .d after tihe 22d inst.
oc'21-tf GEORGE W. WHIaTLER, Engineer.

U{OAD OMlPANY-Notice is herety given to Hite
s ockholders of the Auburn and Rochester R:il-road
Company, that pursuant to a solution of tie Directors
thereof, they are required to p ty to the Treasurer all in-
stalnitment of Two Dollars and Fifty Cents on each share,
in or before thle fourth uay of January next, under apen-
.alty ofa forfeiture of their stock, and all previous pay-
Payments may be made by deposit to the credit of the
treasurer, in either ot the hanks in the cities of New-
Yor. or Rochester, or in the villag< s on the line of the
stid road, or at'the Ontario Saving- Bank, at Canandai-
gua. Dated Canandaigua, Nov. 26, 1839.
no30-dlwtlnwtd Treas'r A. & R. R Road Co.

C iLARK & LAISDELL hlve reccetve, tli smtrn-
t in g 1090 yards of 3-4 sleeps' grey and browm domies-
ic cloths, for sale at private sale at 338 N. Market st.

prHADDEUS POMEROY & CO., succes-
sors to R. M. Mt-.IGS, 38b South SMarket street,
would respectfully inform thie public, that they have pur-
chased the old stamd of R. M. Meigs, and are receiving
in addition to tihe stock on hand a large assortment of
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Surgical hlIstru-
inm nis, Pateys, Emglish, French and American Perlume-
ry, Soaps, &c.&c. 1 hey solicit the patronage of tIhe pub-
lic generally, and especially those why have formerly pa-
tronised this establihrnent, and they tender them the as-
suirance that the best articles only w 11 be offere-i for sale,
.nd those on the most reasonable termnis. They will al-
wa.ys have on hand the choicest faminily medicines, skil-
afully and carefully puit up under ilie direction of T. P.,
who will give the business his undivided attentlIon.
It. M. M3EIGS having sold his stock to T. Pomeroy,
confidi fitly rvecoinmiends him as a careful Apothecary, and
leels assured in saying to hi old a d nume ous patrons
:rnd fricnids that they will he furniished with none but
genuine medicines, and those c ireiully put u n'26-lin

IN CHANCERS'-Before thIe chancellor. Guy Spal-
ding, vs. Daniel Feattinerston.
Iii pursuance and in virtue of the decree entered in this
cause, I, thIe subscriber, one of the masters of this court,
wxvill expose for sale at public auction, at thie Mansion
House in North Market street in the city of Albany, on
Friday the sixth daty of Deceimbrer next, at twelve o'clock
at noon, tlhe following premises: All that certain piece
or parcel of land, lying and being in the Fiftn waid ol
the city of Albany, on Arbor Hill, and bounded as ftbil-
h.ws: Beginning on Swan street ninetenii feet south
from the northeast course, corner of lot number sixteen,
and runs thence nineteen leeton Swanri street on a south-
erly course, from thence a westerly course directly to
the Wt st side of lot number eighteen thirty-eighlit feet
south ii from thIe northiwet corner of said lot number eigh-
teen, from thence an easter directly course to the place of
Ieginnii-g, being nineteen feet oni Swan street, and on
lot number eighteen in width, and about seventy feet in
depth. DatedAlb:mny, 12th November 1.,>9.
nol4-'2aw3vw Master in chancery.
IZ'1The sale'of thlie above pr mises is adjourned tolMon-
da),the ninth day of December instant, at the satme
hour and place. Albany )Decemher 6th, 1839.
de7-lt V. 1. FfONDEY, IMaster in chancery.
jr Th'ie sale of thlie above premises is further adjourned
to Monday, the sixteenth day of lit-ceniber instant, at
the same hour and npace. Alianyv. December 9 h 1i-3!i.

5 tons finished crow bars,
3 do churn drills,
2 do do do drafts,
10 do Sanderson's cast steel,
2 do Hoop L steel,
2 do Pick axes.
20 barrels safety fuse. For sale by
Tf IN PLATE, COPPER, &c.-200 boxes Tin
. Plate.
12 cases Sheathing Copper, ass'd from 14 oz. to 32 oz.
100 sheets Braziers' Copper, assorted sizes.
IOu bundles 1st quality Russia Iron.
300 do (o Eiiglish do
50 do do Philadelphia do
100 do Iron Wire.
1000 lbs B!ock Tin. For sale by

IfABLE CUTLERY-lvory and stag nantukd di-
l. nag setts, complete; do do by the case or dozen;
ivory and stag, cocoa and tip dining and dessert knives
and fuorks, and knives without forks; ivory and cocoa nut
picks, for sale cheap for cash, by
de4 GEO. WAR KEN, 37,2 S. Market st.
HOVLLS, &c.-1.5doz. Amnes' Back Strap mhov-
e s.
40 dozen Ames' Round Point Shovels.
20 do do Long handle shovels.
50 do do 'panhes.
100 do Pierce & Wood's back strap shovels.
50 do Adams's common shovels.
75 do Barrow's do do
50 do Cast steel shovels.
50 do Scoop shovsls.
For sale on favorable terms, by
W% OOL, WARPS, SUMAC, &c.-2000 pounds
superfine Merino fleece wool.
1500 Ibs, clean pulled Lambs' No. 1, do.
12 beams; 800o yards suttinet warps.
5 tons Sicily buniac.
600 dozen .umac tainiwd Sheep skins.
500 do bark do do do
2000 gallons winter strained Sperm Oil.
200 barrels Liver do do.
3U bales green salted and dry Patna hides.
Hides, Spanish and slaughtered.
Horse and Seal Skins, for trunk covering.
Sole, Upper Leather and Calf Skins.
For sale at No. 6 State street, Albany, by
ocl5-dac SEYMIOUR & WOOD:
McGU[GAN, formerly of the firma of Cassidy &
McGuigan, of' the city of Albany, having Oissoived thi.
partnership aforesaid, have apoinlted ERASTUS PER-
RY. of the city of Albany, our attorney aind agent, wh<
is exclusively commissioned and authorised to settle u0
all out-standing amncounts of the aforesaid partnership
and receive the hinounms due to the aforesaid firm, an,'
give suitable and proper releases and discharges thererfo
and we, the said Henry Cassidy and Francis McGuigan
do hereby covenant and agree to ratify and affirm what-
ever our said attorney and agent may awfully do in tht
In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our handi
antid seals, this 28th day of June, 1639.
In presence of John Frederick,
Peter Curry. jy4-dae

and 2d series, just completed, cotistarintly on hanil
fur sale at the publishers' price, $210, including case, lick
ind key, by V. C. LITTLE, Bookseller,
n,30 dactf Albany, cor. State and S. Market sts.
whcie Diougtas's Palt-it Cookng iStves are practi
ui.tlly VlOwLL to Lime pVUic, tIL;cy are speedily cominilig itt,
general use. Fhey vho sell otilier kinds, d ire tot tr%
them experimentally with Dougias's stovts; haivinv
ihe quantity uf fuel, tbequalify of cooking, the con-
venientes, tihe smoking, the durability and beauty om
each properly estimated, and the result published.-
Such trials would soomi spoil th pretty puffing ol
t.Ie stove gentry. WVhen the public have been suffi-
cienly eheaied in the important article of cooking
stoves, they will attend to tihe real evidiencs ol' value.-
Dlouglas's stoves burn wood and co.l, in about half tht
usual quantity o(f the preinium stoves. One may libe
seen in operation every Tuesday, at the store, No. 35
S. Pearl st., Albany.

CiOAL COOKING STOVE-The subscriber is
ei):iled to offer a tur her supply of his new Coat
Cooking Stove. Ile is permitted to refer to a great num
her in use in this city, anil the best evidence he can h v1
in their favor is, that not one has ever been returned.-
'T'hry are undoubtedly the most perfect cooking stove,
for burning tie Anthracite coal, that has yet been offered
to the public.

A CARD-G-EORGE WARREN, importer and
dealer in Guns, Pistols. Gun Locks and Furniture.
Files, Screws. Plated and German Silver WVare, Cutle-
ry and domestic hardware, continues nisiness at No. 372
South Market st. He tenders his thanks for business fa-
vors received, and respectfully solcits the coutinuted
patronage of his friends and the public.
Ili goods are purchased on the best terms, and in tht
best foreign and ,onimstic mnai kets, and are offered at a
small advance from cost for cash. nol6

L Paris article, designed for balls and parties, rec'd
at the U. S. BAZAAR,
no27 324 N. Market st.

A GOOD SIGN-Ten families on Lydius st., Al
b ny, have purcltased Doughtlas's patent, fuel saving,
smoke preventing Lkooking Stoves, which they highly re-
comniend, without an exception. The same may be said
of six families on Hudson s,., and many in other parts oi
the city, whose principal names are given by permission,
as follows:
Asa Fassett, A. Van Allecn, John Hilton, Abrahamn
Pittingrr, Eduiond Loid, Jesse C. Potts, Joseph Black-
ill, L. S. 1-offmnan, C. 1McMillen, A H. Coughtry, James
Savyte", Erastus Mliller, Robert ;3hackall, Daniel Curtis
Adolplihus Coliorn, Seth Arnold, 1. G. Dix, J.D. W.
Wemple, Joel Marble, John Keyes Vaige. John M. IDa-
visoi, Gre'mn Hall, Lyman Chapin, S.Van Reiisselaer,
Chiuncy Emerson, Charles Cowel, John l)eyermontd, Ro-
bert Erwin, Daniel Fry, Peter Keyser, Ebenezer Wat-
sont, L. Adams, Peter Relyea, Moses Wood, G. W. Pck-
nam, WVm. Couglhtry, J C Ward. Mathew I. Hallenbake,
Nicholas Yournginan, J. W. H. Carroll, Thomas Knight,
.\I. Burbanks, J. Cunninghain, Wmn. S. lossiter-omie at
Ex-Governor Marcy's, much liked. Recmuimnendations
out of Albany, ontitid. The fuel saving stoves are for
sale at 35 S. Pearl st., where practical evidence is given
of their value, at a ly convenient t.me, by request. espe.
cially on Tuesdays, when experimental comparisons
are invited. [del2-dacJ B. DOUGLAS.
S TO LET-A tavern stand situate onthie wes-
tern turnpike, about 8 miles west of the city ol
Albany, being the premises lately occupied ly
Mr. (Air orge latteriitan, deceased. Attached to
this tavern stand, are about 70 acres of land under goo,,
Also, at the same pl icee, a grist mill with two run ol
stones and an abundant supply of water through the year.


(On and after the 3rd day of Novemtner, the De% WITT
CLIN ION and SkWALLOW will leave Albany for New
York, at 4 o'clock P. M., for the remainder of the sea-
son, from tihe Pier, foot of State st., Albany.
no4 S'TILLMAIAN WVlT, Agent.
.-'.i JLINE----Steamboat ROCKLAND,
t i Capt. WVn. Allent, will
Leave Albanty daily at 2 P. M.
do lUsiHu mi n doi 7 A. Al.
For freight or passage apply or board, or to
CH-tAS. A. KEELI;R, No. l10 Pier, Albany,
npll J.tE EI AH BAME, IHudson.
Thin: steamboats JOHN MA6ON,
T Caiptain V. Truesdell, JONAS C.
HEARTT, Capt V. W V. 'Tupper,
Swill run daHly (Sundays excepted,)
between i'moy iisul Albany, and as Lenders to the morn-
ing and evening boats.
Leave Troy- I Leave Albany-
6 o'clock A MI, to day boat. 6 o'clock A M. fin night bt.
8k do do 8 do do
10 do do 10 do do
12 do MI lli do do
I do PM 14 do P I
3 du dom 2 1 do do
4 do do to night bt. 6 do do, or fm day bt.
On Sunday, leave Albany on arrival of night Boat
from New York; :and leave Troy at 4 o'clock to night
For passage, apply at the office 199River st., Troy, and
foot of State st., Albany.
Baggage wa'.gons always in readiness to carry bag-
gage toany pat ofthie cily-charge, 6 cents a trunk or
package. Freight and baggage at the risk of the owners
thereof. Troy, June, 1839. je5

[Auction and Comiiimj-ion Mrrchan'c-S-'re No. 33q N.
Market St., three doo: s north if the Exchanige.I
At the auction room, No. 338 N. Market st., a splendid
invoice of gold and :liver watches, linger rings, breast
pins, gold and silver spertaclcs, do do pencil cases,
with a great variety of jewelry, &c.
Tuesday, Dec. 17, in iront of auction room, 338 N. Mar-
ket st. a;t 10 o'clock, a large quantity of carpets, oil
cloths, window curtains and shades, desks, tables, chairs, stoves amd pipes, benches, andirons,
&c with a g;eat variety of articles, the property of the
State of New-York, formerly used in the Capitol.
On Thursday, 19th inst., by catal gue, tlhe entire furni-
ture of a fashionably furnished house, comprising Bi us-
sels and ingrained carpets, sofa, tables, mahogany chairs,
&!. Catalogues will be ready and the house opened on
the day previous to the sale.
At Private Sale.
Bik, bro and sheeps' gray 3-4 cloths,
Fancy chairs, tables, bedsteads, clocks, &c.
50 cases stout coarse boots.
10 do do do brogans,
0 CLARK & LAISD)ELL'3 days of sale for Dry
goods, &c are Wednesdays of each week. Out door sales
for Furniture, Groceries, &c. Monday and Tiiursdays.
Liberal advances made on all goods or property left for
auction or private sale, when required.

N O 0ICE is hereby givrn, that the East River Fire In-
surance Company of the city of New York, will ap-
ply to the legislate at its next season, for autniori'y to
insure against loss on goods and merchandise iii thie
coarse of inland transportation. New York, November
22, 1839. no25-d6w

N the matter of the attachment against the property
of F. Anizan, a non-resident debtor. Notice is hero-
by given, that we, the undersigned, were this day daily
appointed by .Michael Ulshoeffer, esq first judge o the
court ot common pleas for the city and county of New-
York, trustees for a!i the eremitt rs of F. Anizan, ofVera
Cruz. in the Repub-ic of MAxico, a n n resident debtor;
and we hereby require all persons indebted to the said
F. Arizan, to render an account of all debts and sums of
money owing by then respectively, and to pay the same
to us, by the founrtenth o y of December next, at the
cou,,tiing-ro,,m of Edward N. Pigot, one of ;ihe said trus-
tees, No. 3 Pine strict et, New York. We further re-
quire all persons having in their possession anry proper-
ty or eitcets of the said debtor, to deliver the same to us
by the day and at the place aforesaid. And last, we re-
quire all the creditors of such debtor, to deliver their
respective accounts and demands to us, or one of us, by
tile sixteenth day of December next, at the pl,.ce above
specified. Dated New York, 31st October, 1639.
nol4- d3w JOHN McVICKAR, Jr.
IORGiAN-On Sunday, August I1, 1839, a new Or-
gan was opened in St. John's Church, Cohoes, from
the manufactory of GEORGe. JARDINE, Broadway,
New York, which we are informed is the first of the kind
ever built in this country-possessiag, besides all thb ap-
pliances of a regular Finger Keyed Organ, the idditioi
of barrel movements, which can perform all kinds of
music to any extent. To those about furnishing their
churches with organs, we have great pleasure in invi-
ting them to inspect it, and also in recommending Mir.
Jardine as a builder, every way deserving confidence;
and in justice to him we declare, that not only is it a
most beautifPui Finger Organ, but that its mechanical
performance of Psalmnody, is of the highest order of ex-
cellence and far surpassiny our expectations,
L. M. Tracy, A. S. Wilkinson,
J. Houghton, 0. C. -Hubbard,
aul4-3m David H-amilton, Vesirymen.

,BATS for parlor and front doors, also a few heavy
B cocoa mats for public buildings, tor sale at the
oc24 39`2 -outh Market st.

- The subscriber has just received tirom the manau-
tacturers, a new kind of ne-dle, designed expressly for
the use of tailors, and which ares-.id to be far superior
to any other ever off-red. Also in addition to the above,
a small supply of thie same quality needles for family
oc25 392 South Market st.

T 'HE RADIATOR, a new and very superior Coal
Stove,just made amid for sale by

-HA MVIAGNE-Lambert and Ship brands, of su-
perior quality, received on consignment, and or
sjle at very mnodlerate prices, by
noW '297 North Market st.

t RO DE MAN'I'ILLA-A new style t silk ex-
Spressly for mantillas.-, lor sale at 46 State st.
R and shade, just received at the
ocl U. S. BAZAAR, 3-24 N. M1ark. t st.
EAU DE COLOGNE--iThe real celebrated Jean
Marie FanrinaEau de cologne, on consignment, at
wholesale and retail, by
oc15 297 North MAlarket st.
K NIVES AND FORKS-Fine iv.,ry Lable and
fiersert knives, oeimani silver table and desert foi ks
tfor sale by GEO. \vARRE .,
ec25 372 South M1arket street
ILVER PICKLE FORKS, with peari haan.
Sdiehs, or sale at tihe
de3 U. S. BAZAAR. 324 N. MA: rketst.
ILVEIt TIEiA SETI'S-J.st received anid for
sale3 rpleinidi si.vt r tea setlls; also, three silver
mtchdrs, alnd an assortment of'silver cups, at 374 South
markett st. Ino22J C. JOHNSON.
.ARIS GAM"ES-The Graces, Coronellos, Bat-
tledoor and Shuttlecock, Flying Birds, &c for sale
it the U. S BAZAAR,
nt19 324 N. MAlarket.st.
_LAID RIBBINS, of the richest styles, and
Splaid woollen shawls, small size, for children, re-
:ciued this morning at the new fashionable dry goods
oc9 1297 Northi Malrket st.
SPARE.NTS-Jayne's Expectorant Is without ex-
ception the most valuable preparation in use for the a-
bove diseases. IL converts whooping cough into a mild
and tractable disease, shortens its duration more than
one half, anmid produces a certain and spe. dy recovery.-
Prom halfto one tea soon full, will certainly curecroup
in infants and young children, in from half an hour to an
hour. Thelives of hundreds of children will )be saved
annually by always keeping it on hand read), for every
emergency. The above, and all other medicines prepar-
ed by Dr. Jayrne, are sold in this city only at
no22 392 .outhI SMamket st.

l GHERMOM'iETEtS-F-r sale My
11no22 GEO. NVAItREN, 372 S. Market St.

''jHAYS, gothic and Sandwich pattern,, a few sets of
the very best quality, for sale by
no28 GEO. WARREN, 372 S. Market st.
perior, for sale at the U. -. BAZAAR,
no'28 324 N. Market sL.

m TO LET-Store No 422 Soulh Market st., 21
door from Divivion st.,until the Ist day of May
next. Rent low. Enquire next door of
no28 E. J. LANSING & CO.
i. for sale by GEO. WARREN,
noT2 372 South Market street,
TO LET-The store No. 338 North Market
street. Possession civen immediately. Enquire

sitl SALE.-The suLscriber offers for sale that vaun-
i ab property on Washington, Stite, Sprin in, d
ilDove sts., known as thle Bromiley property. Tie
premises are 132 feet on Washington st. runuiing through
to State at the same breadth; the length oni Dove street is
three hundred and thirty feet; Spring st. runs thlr, ugh
the centre of the lot from east to west; the whole pro-


[Aucetion and Commission Alerchiuit, No. 63 tate st.]I
On Friday, Dee. 13, household and kitchen furniture,
to close a concern.
On Saturday evening, Dec. 14,
At early candle light, a larne invoice of books and oil
paintings. ,
REAL ESTATE, TIlE 10th. '20th AND 311th ,
AtPrivate Sale.
A new and superior article of woollen corded skirts,16
7 cases blk, bro, green, cadet and drab 6-4 cloths,
3 do black and mi xtcassiirmeres,
11 do blk, bro, cadet and sweeps grey 3-4 cloths,
12 do bik, mixt,brown and fancy co'dsatinetis,
3 do super Tivoli satinets,
5 do super scarlet flinnncls,j'
1 do green flannel,
15 do redemd, StockportandLyonshirting.
10 do 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 bleached shirting,
40 ales 4-4 brown slcetings, variousqualities,
14 do Cornwall browi sheelingt,
6 do Glencadia do
150 do cotton batts,
55 do blkand whitewadding.-
300reams wrapping paper,
Franklin & Sons Fire Proof Iron Ohests,assortcd si-
zes, singleand double, constantlyon hand,at tihemanuC
facturers' prices.
OTICE-At a meeting of the Trustees of the New
York Life Insurance andti Trust Company, held
Tuesday, December 3d, 1839, WILLIAM B. ASTOR,
Esq., was nominated unainimnusly to fill a vacancy ii
the Board of Trustees. December 4, 1639.
de7-d3w X. A NICOLL, Sec'ry.
i for the apprehension of JOHN LUCAS, an enlist
ed laborer of the Ordnance Department, who deserted
front the Watervliet Arsenal, on the24th instant. Lucas
was born in Limerick, lreland, is 27 years of age, five
feet eight inches high, of florid complexion, with gray
eyes and brown hair, and a laborer by occupation.
no30-lw Maj. of Ordnance.












Auctioneer, Commission Merchant, and Real E tate
Broker, store No 76 Sr.,to st, opposite the state Bank.]
This morning at 10 o'clock.
In front of store, a large ;:nd general assortment of
household and kitchen lurniture, consisting of chairs, ta-
bles, bedsteads, bureaus, settees, looking giasses, feather
beds and bedding.

[J. I. JONES, 76 State st.
Domestic dry goods. Furniture.
blk, brn, blue & cadet broad- Mahoganysecretaries amd
cloths Ass'dcol's 3-4 cloths bureaIus, mahogany sofas
Premium medium and com- Mahogany chairs
mon satinetts French bedsteads
9-8 4-4 7-8 blchd and brwon Maplechairs
sheetings Madder prints Fancy do
Dorchester and imprv'd ticks Windsor do
Blankets Canmle wick Kitchen do
Bik and white wadding 4, 6 and 8 feet settees
Cotton twine 8 day and 30 hour clocks
No. I and2 batting Boston rocking chairs
Joshua I. Jones days of sale for nlouseholifurniture
groceries. &c., areTuiesdays and Fridays of each week.
persons having property of the above description to sell
willplease reportthe same at the office 24 hours previ-
ou' tothesalc.in order t hiatthey may beadvertised.





On andafter Decembler 1st, and until further notice,
Cars will leave the Rail-road Depot daily, as follows, viz,
Leave Albany at 9 o'clock A. M. for Utica.
1 P. M. for Saratoga.
5 Schenectady, or
on arrival of the Utica cars.
Leave Schenectady at Si o'clock A. M111. [Saratoga.
11 or arrival from
i" 2 P. M., or oi arrival
from Utica-not later than 4j P. M.
All baggage not accompanied by the owner, must be
marked for ils placeof destination; and, in all cases, de-
posited by the persons having charge thereof in tihe wag-
on designated for that route.
During the suspension of navigation, freight will be re-
ceived at the Depot in State si., from the entrance on
Maiden Lane, bet xe,-ri the hours of 9 and 1'2 o'clock, and
forwarded to Schenectady and Saratoga by the 1 o'clock
train the same day.

BUILDINGS, has received this morning by steamboat,
bik silk velvets, l.omnbazines, pongee hdkles, chintz prii, ts,
cambric mnuslins, ribbons, merino shawls, gloves,flainnels,
blchd drills, canvass puddings, burlap,-, satin vesting
cloths, cassimeres, sattiiiets, brohollands, buckranms, pilht
cloths, wool dyed blk cloths, plaid linings, bik and blue
blk gro do swiss, cold do, velvets, Canton flannels, 12-4
and 13-4 linen sheetings, fancy horn buttons, shirtings,
hose and halfhhos -. threads, pins, tapes, &c. sc2

Also at 11 o'clock,
Groceries, tenas, suga s, soap, t, biteco starch, Iipee,
champagne, &u.. to be sold without reserve for cash.
On Wednesday Morning, 18th inst.,
In sales room, a large and general assortment of import-
el and domestic seasonable dry goods direct from New-
York, to be sold for the benefit of whom it may coni.era.
At Private Sale.
A House and lot, situate in a pleasant part of thiscity,
is to be sold on the following terms.
The purchaser to pay $5000 for the house and lot, the
present owner taking a lease of the premises for 5 years,
and agreeing to pay $350 per annum rent, but requ;rinh
an outlay on alterations of $500; which the tenant will
advance out of his own funds; but apply it to the pay-
ment of the rent when due upon this $500. The teiaint
in addition to the aforesaid rent, will pay 7 per cent per
annum for two years, and from the commencement of ithe
third year tilthe expiration of the lease, will pay $420
per annum, or 7 per cent per annum on $600M for an ac-
tual outlay of $5500.
Terms of payment of the purchase money ehsy, and
can bie know at the office of



en, that the public sale of l
Eurlington, in the territ
Monday, the foturtA day of
tion of the President of the
the second day of July last,i
until and will commence
Notice is also given, that t
scribed lands, ordered by the s
menace on Monday, the twenty
is declared to be postponed
Monday, the TWENTY-TH
North of the base line and ea
Fractional township seve
two and
North of the base line and we
The fractional section si
seventy; fractional township
seventy-three, and time fract
fractional township sev
Fractional townships sixty-eig
ty; township seventy-three
aeventy-four, seventy-five a
Fractional township sixty
one, seventy-three and sev
Fractional township sixty-
eight, seventy-four, seventy
ty-seven, of
Given under my hand. at t
27th day of September,
By the P
Commissioner of the
oc2-l aw3
SAlbany Octob
By order of the commission
in pursuance of the statute
ded,public notice is hereby
ral has brought, and is nowp
Court of judicature of the
of ejectment against Frede
the recovery of all that cert
with the appurtenances, situ
in the county of New York
signaled as all that certain
f round situate in the Seve
ork, on the west side of Wal
tweeen Madison and Lomba
bounded easterly in front by
a house and lot now or lat
westerlyiby an eight foot a
now or late of David Wheele
between the said lots of i
Jotham Post, containing in t
teen feet, and in length sev
gether with the free use of t
mon, which premises the Pe
having escheated to the
Benjamin Smith, late of the
who died seized of the said
demise thereof, and leaving
ing th
Copies of declaration and
the defendants, and declarati
of such service annexed, has b
clerk of this court in Alba
e= tered requiring the defen
ration in twenty
Albany October
By order of the commission
in pnrsuance of the statute
vided, public notice in her
General has brought, and is
preme Court of judicature o
action of ejectment against
come and Hirman B. Brocke
that certain lot, piece or pa
tenances, situate in the c
and designated as all that
with the buildings thereon e
(latesixth) ward of the ci
No. sixteen Anthony street,
veyance thereof, from Abr
New York, and State of N
Margaret his wife, of thie f
the said city, cartman, of t
the twenty-fir-t day of May
and three, as follows: All th
ate lying and being in the S
New York, bounded in front
west by lot number one hunded
west in the rear by lot num
southeast by lot number one
late belonging to Walter Bow
ftont and rear each twenty-fi
side one hundred feet, be th
same was conveyed to the
WVilliam McDonall in and b
twenty-ninth day of April,
and two, which said premis
fee, the same having esehea
the death o. George Allen, l
who died seized of the sai
any demise thereof, and leav
citing t
The declaration and notice
aln affidavit of due service
fendants, have been flit d in
court in Albany, and there
quiring the defendants to p
twenty days

AT a court of chancery h
York, at the city of Ne
day ofNovember, onethonsa
ty-nine-Present, WilliamT
lor of the f
The Trust Fire Insurance
bertson, Louis MeLane, Fr
Nicoll, The Farmers' Loan
rine Newton
It appearing upon proof by
by Lewis H. Sandford. one of
p lainants, that Louis MeL
erein,resides out of this st
timore in the state of Mary
said affidavit, and on moti
esquire#, solicitors for the
that the said Louis MeLaneca
entered herein, and notice
complainants' solicitors wihir
date of this order, and in
because his answer to the co
and a copy thereof to be s
solicitors within forty days a
bill, and that in default the
taken as confessed by him;
that within twenty days from
said complainants cause th
the state paper and in the
mercial Intelligencer, print
weeks in succession, and o
or that said complainants c
be served on the said Lou
least twenty days before the
bed for his appearan
Graham & Sand fords, So
AT a court of chancery h
York, at the city of N
fifth day of November, one
thirty-nine--resent, Willi
cellor of the
James R. Walter, vs. Willi
William Chauncey, Pliny F
poon, Silvanus Stanford, L
Hall, Anne Suydam, PhBbe
Henry P.
Itappearingby affidavitto th
that the defendant Silvanus
state, but Is a resident of
wit, of the state of Rhode I
Van Winkle, of counsel forth
that the said Silvanus Stanf
entered, and noticethereoft
ant's solicitor within four
order, and in case of his app
swerto the complainant's b
thereofserved onthecomplain
days after service of a copy
thereof said bill of compla
sed by him: and it is fourth
tydaysthe said complainant
lished in the state paper an
New York Enquirer, publish
and that the said publication
said papers at least once in
succession, or that he caus
personally served on thIe sa
twenty days before the tim
de4-8w HIRAM WA

AT acourtofchancerv helh
at the city of New York,
October, one thousand eight
Present, William T. MeCou
first c
The Jefferson Insurance C
York. vs. Ebenezer L.
It appearing by affidavit to
that Lauriston Hall, one of
resides out of the state of
the United States, to wit, at
Jersey; and that William L
fendants in this cause, resi
York, in one of tihe provi
Montreal-on motion of J. H.
plainants, it is ordered, tha
William Lyman, and each of
ance to be entered, and not
the complainants' solicitor
date of this order, and in ca
appearance that they cause
the complainants' bill to be f
served on the complainants'
after service of a copy of sai

AT a court of chancery h
/ York, at the city of
ilay of October. one thousand
nine-Present, WVilliiam T.
the first circuit.
Louisa Troup, executrix, &
c ased, vs. John Cochiran,
3. Dodge, John B. Johnson, S
el B. Birdsall, Martin Ca
tireen, Robert A Siill, Ch
Ciirtenius, The Commerci
\vego Bank, Joseph Grant,
.ludah W V. Renmseti, Erast
George IV. Silhcph(ird, l)an
* ick Bull, Luther Howe, Al
den and Edmund Z. Carbine,
Prout, ,.dmiinistratrix, &c
Ely, Jacob M. Schermerho
A. Wright, iHenryA Nels
George WV. Stanton, George
Cartledge, Th ,mas C. Bake
cob N. Bonesteel, Abraham
The North Western Insuran
Directors and Company of
ics' Bank, The Watervliet B
Titus, Henry Titus, John T
Orsamus Bushnell and
Itappearing by affidavit to
that Samuel B. Birdsa I and
thie defendants in the above
side outof this state, but ars
the United States, that is
B. Birdsall, resides at Cinc
and tihe said Alfred G. Curte
state of Illinois-on motion
counsel for the complainant
the said Samuel B. Birdsa
cause their appearance to be
o0 be served on the complain
minonths from thIe date of thi
appearance that they cause
plainant's bill to be liled,
upon the complainant's solic
service ofacopy of said bill,
bill o( co +plaint maIv he tak
said Samuel B. Birdsall an
it is fiurther ordered, that
complainant case this order
paper and in the newspaper
vertiser, puLliihed ii their
:he publication becontinued
least once in each week for
or that the complainant cause
personally served on the s
Alfred G. Curtenius, respect
before the time above presc
oc19-8w Copy. HIR
S1' a courtoft'chancery hel
I at the city of New York,
October, one thousand eight
Present, WVilliam T. MlcCoun,
The Jefferson Insurance Co
York, vs. Ebenezer AL.
Itappeari ng by affidavit to t
that Lauriston Hall, one of t
resides out of the state of
the Uni'.ed Sta'es, to wit,
and that VWilliam Lyman, eon
cause, resides out of the s
of the provinces of Canad
solicitor for the complain
said L turiston Hall and Wi
pearance to be entere'l, andi
on the complainants' solicit
thedate ofthis order, and in c
appearance that Ihey caus
to tie compllainatinst' bill to
to be served on the coinmplain
days after service o( a copy
thereof said bill of coniplai
against them: and it is fourth
days the complainants cause
in the state paper and in ti
the city ofNew York, and t
continued in each of the sa
each week for eight weeks i
cause a copy of this order
thire above named non-residen
;it least twenty days before
for their appe
ocl9 -w HIR

A'I a court ol chliancery ned
at, the city of New York,
venmilr, one thousand eight h
Present, Reuben Ht. c
James J. Roosevelt anil Cor
Stephen B. Dea
Itappearingto thesatisfact
fendants Alpheus Kingsley a
side out of this state, t
pheus Kingsley at Norwich
and the said Jonathan 1). No
of Michigan; on motion of Mr
for the complainants, it is
plieus Kingsley andJonatha
their appearance to be enter
thereof to be served on the
in four months from the d(lat
they or either ofthemn shall
his or their answer to bile f
served on the comniplainants'
after service of i copy of ti
filed in this cause, andi in
bill may be taken as confess
not put in their answers the
ed, that witilintwenty days,
this order to be published i
New York Evening Post, pu
York, and that the said pubi
of the said papers at least
weeks in succession, or th
order to be served onthe sa
than D. Norton, personal
fore the time above prescri f
pectively. A copy.
A T court of chancery held
L atthe city of New York
November, one thousand ei
-Present. Williaia T. McCo
first c
Tile Trust Fire Insurance
sant and Julia I. his wife.
Joseph R. Stuyvesant, Edw
Rensselaer, Gerard Stuyvws
Company, Francisco De Lizard
Alexander Gordon, Sampson
Loomis and his wile. Ed
Platt assignees. &ec., Jo
Youig, rtommas Morrellh,
Hoffman, Henry Starr
II appearing upon proof bya
by Lewis H. Sandford, one ot
plainants, that John I. Gast
defendants herein, resides o
sident of Bellevi lie in the
ing a nd filing said affidavit
Sundfords, esquires, solici
is ordered, that the said Jo
cause his appearance to bee
thereof to be served on th
within four months from the
case of his appearance that
complainants' bill to be fil
servedon thecomplainants'so
alter service ofa copy of sai
thereof said bill of compla
him: and it is further orde
from the d.ite of this order,
this order to be published i
New York Times and Conmier
in this state, for eight wee
least in each week, or that
a copy of this order to bes
time herein before prescribe
A copy. HI.AM
Graham & Sandfords, Sol
I' a court of chancery hel
at the city of Albany, t
one thousand eight hundre
John P. Cushman, vice chance
James H. Hooker, vs. Wil
hIis wife, Alfred Clapp, Er
Petrie, Hezekiah I. Barn',
Camnmeron, Alexander McK
tors and Company of the B
President, Directoars and
On rea-ing and filing an af
factorily appears that proc
sued in the above cause dire
fendants, Stephen L. Petri
seph A. Holmes, and The Pr
pany of the Bank of Massilo
in this cause, and that dilign
termediate thie teste and ret
said defendants, to serve sa
it appearing from said affida
Stephen L. Petrie resided o
Cleveland in the state of Oh
na could not be served on t
and Joseph A. Holmes by r
within, this state, or contain
of residence; and that the sa
and Company of the Bank o
institution incorporated by
business in that state, but h
in this state, or directors or
ding therein-it is ordered,
er. solicitor for complain
Petrie, Hozekiah I. Barnard
s:id The President, Direct
of Massilon cause their ap
notice thereof to be served o
within four months from the
case of their appearance th
to the complainant's bill t
to be served on the complain
days after service of a copy
thereof said bill may be tak
it is further ordered, that
twenty days cause this order
paper, and in the rewspape
rier, published in the. coun
lished in each of said paper

.& T a court of chancery l
l York at the city of New
November in the year one
thirty-nine- Present, Reube
Marcia Oothout, vs. Da
Itappearing by affidavit tto
thatithe defendants David
reside out of this state, bu
United States, to wit, of the
of L. I. Lansing, of counsel
ordered, that the said def
Judith Wheeler cause their
and notice there fto beserve
tor within ('our months from
case of their appearance tha
the complainant's billto be f
served on the complainant's
after service of a copy of sai
said bill ofcomiplaiRt may b
and it is further ordered,
said complainant cause this
state paper and in the W
tervliet Advertiser, and t
continued in each of the said
week for eight weeks in suc
copy of this order to be pe
defendants David WVheele
least twenty days before th
their appear
L. I. Lansing, Sol'r for
T a court ofc. hancerv hel
at the city of New York, o
vember, one thousand eight
Present, William T. Mceou
first c
William G. Disbrow, vs.
his wife, Janmies F.
It appearing by affidavitto
that the defendant James F.
state, and is a resident o
Great Britain-on motion of
thie comipl-inamit, it is ord
Rollason appear and answ, r t
cause within nine mouniothis fr
in default thereof that the s
asconfessed by Ihimni : and it i
in twenty days thu said conp
be published in the state pa
in the city of New-York ca
that tlie said publication
said papers at least once i
in succession, or that he c
be personally served on the
least twenty days before th
his appearan
H. Brewster, Solicitor.

AT acourtof Ichanc:ry heIeh
at thIe city of New York
November, one thousand e
nine-Present, WVilliamm T.
the first
The Hudson Fire Insuran
H. Jesup and Mar
It appearinmgby affidavit to
that the defendants herein r
are resident of another of t
state of Connecticut-on t mo
of counsel for the complain
said defendants cause their
notice thereof to beserved
cittir within four monthlis fr
and in default thereof that
plaint be taken as confess
and it is further ordered, t
said complainants causetlhi o
state paper and in the new
American, printed in the ci
said publication be continue
at least once in each week,
sion, or that they cause a c
sonally served on the said
days before the time above
UOl9-qw HIR
AT a court of ch tincery heid
atihe iiy ofNew Yok,
November, onetiunusand e gh
Present, William T. McCo
first c
Elijah Boardmuan, vs. Jam
wife, and Th
It appearing i pon proof by
that tine defendant Thomas Lea
of Nw York, and in Canalat
province of New Brunswick-
affidavit, and on motion of
'omphl:tinant, it is ordered,
cause his appearance to be
thereof to be served on tihe
in four months from time date
his appearance, thathetincau
anlit's bill to be filed, and a
the complainant's solicitor
of a copy of said bill, and
bill of complaint Ibe tak-.'n
plainant against said Thiomas
ordered, that within twenty
order, the said complainant
lished in the state paper, a
ted in the city of New Yo
cession and once at least
said complainant cause a co
ed on the said Thomas Leavi
ty days beforethbetime herein
pearance her
no23-8w HIRA
rmHEI people of the state
mern, thie widow, and Han
der B. Sumnmers, Catharine
N w York; WVilliamn NI. Sur
Jersey; Sarah Ann Hudson,
Mary Joncs Barns, Emitlin
Summers, of East Thomasto
and heirs at law ofuJameson
Whereas, Hiram Raynor. of
lately applied to our surr
York, to have a certain intr
date the 13lih day of Novembe
of both real and personal est
will and testament ofJameonC
of New York: Therefore y, u
required personally to be a
ga e, at his office in the c
day of January neAt, at ten
that day, then and there to
aid k-st wilL -Ari t: -
-n wtneg9A wnereor, tihe "-surn
has hereunto affixed his
[L. S.] first day of Novemb
dred ianid thirty-niine,
the sixth
no23-6w JAMES
T a court oflchancery held
at time city of New York,
November, in the year one t
thirty-nine-Present, WVill
cellor of the
Johi Beekman, vs. John
his wife, Royal L
It appearing by affidavit to t
that the defendant oyal L.
but is a resident of one of th
state of Connecticut-on mo
licitor for the complainant,
Royal L. Gay cause iis app
notice thereof to be served
citor within four months fro
in case of his appearance,
the complainant's bill to be
lie served on the complain
days after service of a copy
thereof said bill of complain
by him; and it is further o
days the said complaiunan, ca
ed in the state paper and
Enquirer, and that said publ
of tie said papers at least
weeks in sLeccession, or tha
der to be personally served
least twenty days before th
his appearan
de4-8w HIRAM WA

AT a court of rhancery,
York, at the city of New
day of November, one thousn
ty nine-present, WVm. T.
the first
John D. Clute and Henr
Payne and Elija
It appearing ty affidavit to
that the defendant William
state, but is a resident of
United States, to wit, of t
motion of J. S. Bosworth, o
anus, it is ordered, that thi
his appearance to be entered
served on tile comnpltaina ints'
from tihe date of this order
ante that lie cause his answ
to be filed, and a copy their
plainants' solicitor within
copy of said bill, andi in defa
plaint miay betaken as conte
therordered, timat within t
plainants cause this orderr
paper and in a newspaper p
called the Evening Post, an
be continued in each of the
each week for eight weeks
cause a copy ofthis orderto
said William Payne, at le
time above prescribed !or
de4-Sw HIRA WA

jN OTICE-An application will b
L ensuing session of the leg
incorporating tue Oriental
city of New York, with a c
thousand dollars, for fire a
Iges. New York, Novenimber
N OTICE-Notice is hereb
k and Harlem Railroad Comp

ites and balances in the
unclaimed for two years nex

List of dividends in the
unclaimed for two years nex
1804 Nov Wm Fosbrook
1805 June Saml Johnson

Philip Livings
St Ann's Church
1806 June Thos Pri
Jas Walker
Dec Eliz Nostr
1807 June Robert M
1809 June ElizAnni
John Loudon
Dec J Sherrod &
1810 June Wm Neil
Chas & Eliza Ni
1811 June John Jac
Dec do
1812 June do
Dec do
Joseph Hazard
1813 June John Jac
Dec do
Joseph Hfazard
William Kerr
1814 June John Jac
Dec do
1815 June do
Mary Kerr
Dec John Jackso
1816 June do
Dec do
1817 June do
Richard William
Dec do
John Jackson
1818 June do
Eliza Clarkson
Richd Williamsn
Dec John Jackso
1820 June do
Win Neilson
Robt L Taylor
Dee John Jackso
Wm Neilson
1821 June John Jackn
Wm Neilson
Dec do
Danl Gassner
Those Wright
John Jackson
1822 June do
Danl Gassner
Wm Neilson
Dec do
John Jackson
1823 June do
WXlin TNol-.i. R


Residence. Names
New York 1) Austin
G Cook
J Cooper
A Connelly
W H Backus
I J Curtis
M Couch
S E Blair
Ambro & P
Ailing & Co
J & V Benton
Bailey &Son
SJ L Bogert
SW Bogardus
SA Bandon
SS & N Burlins
SJ Coles
SN Coffin
SCooper & Co
SE O Coutan
C Church & Demilt
J L Bowne
t D Cooper
i T Cooper
H Andrews
SEli Boss
Chittenden & P
SE Corning
SBarrell & N
Chult & C
SF Edey
F G Fotterall & B
Geo C Heron
Henry Hendricks
Hartford W H layl
H H Jackson
Jules Jacot
D Johnson and
Jolin Ireland
A lHamilton
i John Hemisted
Hill & Ritcie
I D Humphreys
I Jared Ia den &
i Hopkins &WhiLi
i Edwd Junet
i 0 Edwards
SF A Guion
Geo A Gibbs
A Gardner & Co
"7A & S Franklin
0 Flanagan
A Garrigus
Geo Fitch
Forbes & Chew
John F anklin
Geo Fergusn75
New York A Foster
J Forsyth
W Furman
Franklin &Corne
Franklin R & C
LC Ferris
Isaac Fryer
Sethi Geer
R V Gilbert
C V Gilpin
C Giraud
I Georgia Goldin
t W M 1Johnson &
T Dwight
i T Demarest
A Dally
"P De Peyster
i A H Dunham
M De Young
SJ De Young
SJ WV Davis
SF Depau
SWrm Lambert
SPeter Lorillard
SGeo XV Lent
SIsaac I Levy
Le Roy, Bayard &
I John Lemoine
F Louis (Count By
WV St Ledger
SJames Robinson
Geo Spring
) Wm Surtees
'I W A Princ
Francis Vivera
E Pearsoll
IJ Robinson
J WV G Russell
Sherman & Stree
John Sprague
V Wm Sumith
V W H Sevan
1 James Seton
A L Steinback
SReturn Strong
SJames Smith
W Scovill
ST H Spencer
Smith & H
Smitlh & Ba
"WV Sykes
D I Shaw
SJosiah Powell
h Michael Price
Jacob Storm
J Stringharn
Jos Messeraro
Jos Mersel5
Estate ot' Chas N
Fra's Olmst
Oakford &
',V Win Macki
J R Murray
Jno Newel
Meyer & Gi
Willett M
!Elijah Mix
F McCulle
Cias McCirty
Wm Nichol
,y M.Inityre
J' McQueen n
Benj Molt
R Marsh, ex
T H Vail
J S Vanm
J H WVarde
', Vanderbi
,' WVain & Br
R Weed &
', Geo Well
G CM White
J D Water
,' Owen I Tr
"' H CVroom,
Dated New York, 1s

each of the said papers at
eight weeks in succession,
this order to be personally
named defendants at least
above prescribed for th
oc25-Sw JOHN
THE people of the state o
ten, his father, of Corla
of kin of William Patten,
Whereas, Bezaleel P. Smi
city of New-York, have late
of the county of New-York,t
in writing, hearing date th
purporting to dispose of only
as the last will iaid testam
tIe city of New- Vork: Th
are cited and required perso
our said surrogate, at his
York, on the eighth day of
in the forenoon of that dav,
the probate of the said la
In witness whereof, the su
has hereunto affixed his
[L. S.] ty-seconl day of N
hundred and thirty-nin
ence the si
no26 6w JAMES

rTtHE people of the stat
. Prichett, James C. Pric
s)lvania; John Prichett, R
beth Prichett, Mary M. Wo
Presilla H. Pricliett, of the
of kin and heirs at law of
ed, s"nd
Whereas, Shepherd Knapp,
has lately applied to our
New York, to have a certa
bearing date the 12th day of
dispose of both r:il and per
the last will and testament
the city of NewYork: there
cited and requiredpersonally
said surrogate, at his offi
thesixth d.iy of January next
noon of that d.ty, then and t
of the said last w
In witness whereof, the su
has hereunto affixed hiss
[L. S.] first day of Novembr
dred and thirty-nine,
the sixt
no23-6w .JA MERS
N CHANCERY-Before the
Stanton, Agur Wells, Dav
complainaitits, vs. Joseph A
tus WVriht, and o
In pursuance of an order cnt
sons having any ciain)s or
Sie;amboat Associatio:," (ref
this cause, and in the article
or about the ninth day of Ja
the said pleadings,) are her
said claims and demands, to

John Jackson
Henry Pope
North & Flack, ad
Dec do do
John Jackson
Wmin Neilson
1824 June L C Duane
John Jackson
Wm Neilson
North & Flack, ad
Dec John Jackson
Wm Neilson
North & Flack, admr
1835 June do do
John Jackson
Wm Neilson
Dec Martha A Chapma
Samil D Hubbard
Abigail Hubbard
John Jackson
C E C Le Roy
Wm Neilson
North & Flack, admr
Sally U Wolcott
18.36 June John Jackson
C E C Le Roy
WVm Neilson
North & Flack, a(mr
Dec Sarah Duyckinek
John Jackson
C E CLeRoy
Wint Neilson
North & Flack, admr
Robt L Taylor
Mary WVelsh
Dated New York,
City of New York, ss.-Os
of the Merchants' Bank in
duly sworn, saith, that thie
statement of all the deposit
dividends declared upon its
i lhe statement, remained unc
ized to receive them, for tw
Sworn this30th day of
I) Hobart, Cornm. of Deed
A Ta court oflchancery held t
at time city of New York
of October', one thousand ei
-Present. William T. MlCo
first c
Edward Slosson, vs. Charl
haia and wife
It appearing by affidavitto t
that the defendants Jacob B
wife, resideout of this state
the United -tates, to wit
state of New Jersey-on moti
solicitor anti of counsel for
ed, that thIe said Jacob B
wife do cause their appearan
thereofto be served on the c
four inmnths from the date o
their appearance that tney ca
plainant's bill to be filed, a
on the complainant's solicit
vice ofa copy of said bili, ani
of complaint be taken as co
further ordered, that with
plainant cause this order t
paper and in the New Vor
said publication be continue
at least once in each week
sion, or that lie cause a c
sonally served on the said
at least twenty days before t
their appear
oc35-8w HI
AT a -ourt otfeehancery held
at the city of New York,
October, one thousand eight
Prcsuint, William 'T. McCo uni
Thie Trust Fire Insuran
Robertson and Eliza S. his
Sarah F. his wi
It appearing upon proof oy
by Lewis II. Saniford, one o
plainants, that Azarias VWill
herein, resides out of this st
cord in the state oftVermont
said affidavit, and oiin moto
esqumres, solicitors for the
that the said.Azarias Vilhli
be entered herein, amd notice
comnplainants'solicitors witi
of this order-and incase oh
his answer to the comniplainant
thereof to be served oni the co
in forty daysafter service o
default thereof, said bill
fessed by himi: and it is f
twenty days from the date o
plainants cause this order to p
ner and in the New York Ti
ligencer, printed in this st
cession, and once at least
said complainants cause a co
ed on the said Azarias Wil
twenty days before the ti
for his appearance
Graham & Sandfords, Sol
T d court ot ciancerv held
at the city of New York,
October, one thousand eigh
Present. euben H. W
TimothyHe'nan,vs. Jose
tractor of NIlson L. Ilunger
gerford, a
It appearing by affidavit tot
that the defetmdaints, Elija
gerford, Ehizabelth Brown am
of this state, but are r,:sidem
to wit, the state of Versmon
D. Hungerford and Stephmen
this state, to wit, in thepr
the defendants Nelson Burc
reside out of this state, but
to wit, in the state of Michi
Davis and Chloe his wife,
his wife, and Henry Brown, r
in one of the United States,
vania-on motion of Edw'n C
the complainant, it is order
rord, Znlplr:i M. Hungerfrr
Brown, Henry D. Hunierf,,r.
1'aui Davis ail VtioL hims
Catherine his v. ife, and H
pearance to be entered, and
on tbie complainant's solici
the date of this order, and
that they cause their answer
be filed, and a copy there
plainant's solicitor within
copy ofsaid bill; and in defa
plaint may be taken as confer
their ordered, that within
plainant cause this order to
per amd in the Plattshmurglh
Clinton, and that the said

T a court ofclianeery hed
at the city of New Yortwenty-
day of October, onethousan
nine-Present, William T. c
the first
Dudley S. Gregory, vs. A
It appearing by affidavit
court, that the defendants
Caroline his wife, reside out
dents of one of' the United St
New Jersey-on motion of
solicitor for tile complainant
detendantscause their appear
thereof served on the compla
months from the date of this
appearance, that they caus
plainant's bill to be filed,
ed on the complainant's soli
service of a copy of said bill
bill may be taken asconfess
ordered, that within twent
causethis order to be publish
the Journal of Commerce, an
be continued in each ofthesa
each week, for eight weeks
cause acopyof this order
the said defendants at least
above prescribed for th
nol3-Sw HIR

A' a courtof chancery hel
at the city of New York,o
of October, one thousand ei
-Present, Reuben H. W
Asher Belding, vs
The same, v
It appearing by affilavitto
that tne above named def-nd
' ut of this state, but is a
States, to wit, of the -tate
tion of Mr C. P. Bassett, o
ant, it is ordered, that thie
appearance to be entered in
causes, and notice thereof t
ant's solicitor within four
order; and in caso of his app
iwers to the bills of complaint
entitled causes to be filed,
ed on the cormlaiinant's sol
ter service of copies of jaid
of, said bills of complaint
him: and it is further ordered
thle said complainant cause t
the state pepi'p'r. and in t
eral Advertiser, a.nd that til
ued In each of the said pape
for ei,'ht weeks in succession
tis order to be personally
Reedat least twenty days
scribed for his said

BY virtue of an order ma
esquire, surrogate of th
the 23d day of September, 18
mininistrator and adminisriat
Phelps, late of West Troy i
ceased.will expose to sale a
residence of Elihu Phelps,
aforesaid, on tho fifteent
twelve o'clock at noon, the r
bed, of which the said Elih
nmich thereof as shall be ne
the said deceased, to wit: A
parcel of land situate, lyi
street in the village of Wes
the south part oflot number
niapof Gibbonsville; by wh
Troy was formerly called, b
ington street, south by lot N
on the north by a line draw
parallel with the south line
of 40 feet therefrom, with a
as a grocery store, standing
that other piece or parcel o
street aforesaid, in the vil
known as the south half par
on the said map, bounded
street,soutli hy lot No. 233,
aline drawn through said lo
south line thereof and at th
from with a neat dwewling h
and in good repair; and also,
situate upon theeast bank of
aforesaid, and known and d
map ofGibbonsville as lots n
ed as follows: on the east by
number 249, on the north by
by the Erie canal, said lots
front and rear, and having
one of the best establishme
coopering business to be fou
try; and also, that other pi
ington street, in thire villa
distinguished on the map of
No. 230, bounded north liv l
ton st., south by lot No. 229,
fifty feet wide. front and re
dwell nghouses and a bakery
of land situate lying and b
Troy aforesaid, on Union str
guished as follows, to wit:
6 as laid down on amap mad
bearing date March 8th, 1828
clerk's office; said lot No. 8
rear, 60 feet deep, and within
with Union street, and said
part of said lot, a d adjoining
feet wide, front and rear, a
lines of said part of said lot
Union street, with two snbl d
aas bakery andti dwelling hou
tionedareto be sold free and
from the dower ofthe said Sy
admtiNistrtor and administra
at the time andplace afore
so to do, for the purpose ab
ary interest after the deceas
the premises following,wwhic
sylvia Phelps for her dower,
the village afores'iid, as la
ville aforesaid on the east ba
bounded on the north by the
east by an alley, on the sou
west by tie Erie canal, being
rear, and having a small d
also, the north part of that
village aforesaid, on Washi
known and d stinlushed on
lot No 234, said nortt) par
lot No. 235, on the east b
south by a line drawn through
the north line of said lot, a
five feet southerly therefro
ley; said lot has a good
oc3-6w SYLVA
0' The above sale is pospon
January next at the
nol4-td SYLVI
AT a court ot chancery he
at the city of New Yo:k,
Novi mber, one thousand eig
--Present, William T. MeCo
first c
James R. Walter, vs. William
WVilliam Chauncey, Pliny
poop, Silvanus Stanford, L
and Phoeb
ajlt appearing by aflid.ivitto
thiat th' defendant Silvinuus
state, but is a resident of
wit, ol the state ol Rhode
Va Winkle, ofcounsel for the
that the said Silvanuis Stanfo
entered, and notice there
plainant's solicitor within
of this order, and in case
cause his answer to the comp
and a copy thereof to be
ant's solicitor within forty
of the said bill, and in def
complaint be taken as confe
their ordered, that within
plainant cause this order to
per and in thie Morning C
rer, published in the city
said publication be continue
least once in each week for
er that he cause a copy of
served on the said Silvanu
days before the time above
de4-Sw HIRAM
T a courtnofcchincery hlel
at the city of New York,
October, one thousand eight
Present, Reuben H. ,
Hlollibirt Wilcox, vs. E
It appearing. by affidavit to
that process for the appear
as Britton has been duly iss
not be served upon the said
da. thereol, by reason of hi
stat .-on motion of Nelkon
complainant, it is ordered,
his appearance to be entered
serv-d upon tie coimplaina
inoilhis f'romn t}ie h, .-, r m
uj- @-sihat he enise his
ant's bill to be filed, and a
the complainant'ssolicitor
vice of a copy of said bill,
bill may be tlaken as confessed
that within went days the sa
order to he published in l
New York Commercial Adver
publication be continued in
once ii ea'Ii week for eight
he cause a copy of this or
on said defendant at least.
above prescribed for hi

Attorneys tforaintlacigcrdt.

BY ordrr of the hon. Mic-hae
thie court of common plea
of New York, notice is hereb
visions of the statute auth
non-resident debtors,that an
against the estate of HUGH
ary, in Ireland, and that t
payment of his debts, unless
attachment according to l
thIe first publication of this
of any dvbts due to him by
thIe delivery to him or for
in this state belonging to
such property by him, are fi
Dated tihe 6th d
jyl0-9mni Attorney for
onirt ui ti Lhouni. Michael
oftl e court eif com onl plea
ty of New York, notice is h
provisions ofthe statute auth
non-resident debtors, that
against tIhe -state of-JO
RALDO, a resid-nt of the
thIe sa'me will be sel for the i
he appear and discharge suc
law, within ninth months fro
this notice; and tha the pa
him by residents of thi.- state,
for his use of any property
to hini, and the tran- fer o
are forbt)idden by lav and a
ot April, 1839.
my7 9in Attorney f
Y order ol Ithe honorable Mi
S judge of the court of conion pl
county of New York, notice
to the provisions of the sta
against non-resident debtors
sued against thIe estate
residemmt of Cincinnati, stat
will be soict for thie payment
pear and di-charge such atta
within nine months from the
tice; and that the paymncnt
residenisofthis state, and
use, of any property within ti
and the transfer of any suc
bidden by law and are void
my7-9m Attorne
Y order of the hlion. Jaco
B the county of Albany, of
&c., notice is hereby giv-
issued against the e-tat
or 1 ite of the city of Alba
ed debtor, on due proof made
suianti to the directions of t
mnients against assconding,
debtors, and that the same wi
his debts, unl-ss he. tte sa
and discharge such attachme
three months from the first p
that the payment of any deb
property belonging to the sa
use, and the transfer ofany
pose whatever, are forbi
nol2-3m Attorne
1y order of tihe lion. Michae
S ot the court of common pl
of New York, notice is lier
provisions of the statute aut
non-resident debtors, that
against the estate of
WEBB, residents of the st
New Hampshire, and that t
payment of their debts, unl
such attachment according
from the first publication ol
mnent of any debts due to the
and the delivery to them or
perty within mtnis sta e belo
fer of any such property by
and are void. Dated the 1
nol-9mn Atlorn
Y order of the hon. Michae
1 the court of common ple
of New York, notice is her
provisions o the statute au
absconding and concealed deb
issued againstthe estate
inhabitant of this state, lat
of the city of New York, an
or, andthat the same will he
debts, unless he appear an
according to law, within thr
location ot this notice; and
and the delivery of any prop
or, to him or to his use, a
perty by him, for anry purp
by law and arevoid. Dat
ber, 1S39.
nol3-3m Attorne
B Y orderof the hon. Willi
of the court of common pl
ty of New York, notice is h
provisions of the statute au
non-resident debtors, that
against the estate of JO
dents of Cleaveland in the
same will be sold for the pa
they appear and discharge suc
law, within nine months fro
this notice; ani that the p
them by residents of tbi
or for their usv, o'ro., wt
ing to th ,.em ..-t,"une tran
thii, artf torl)1?dden by a-
September. 18N.
oe2-90 Attorney for att
ai -Y order of the hIon. Wil
Lfoft lie court of common p
county of New York, notice
to thIe provisions of tine st
against non-res dent debto
issued againsttihe esta
resident of the state of Vir
be sold for,the payment o(
,and discharge such attache
nine months from tie first pu
that the payment of any de
of this state, and the di li
any property within this sta
transfer of any such proper
law and are void. Dated t
se21-9m Attorne
Y order of time hon. 1Michae
the court of common pleas
Nmw York, notice is heresy
visions of the statute auth
non-resident debtors, tha
against the estate of WIL
of the state of Connecticut
sold for the payment of his
dischargesuch attachment, a
months from the first public
the payment ol any debts du
state, and the delivery !o h
perty within this state below
fer of anysuch property b
and are void. Duted the se

oc5- 9m Attorne
AT a court of chancery held
at the city of New York,
tober, one thousand eight h
sent, William T. McCoun, v
Ferdinand WV. Ostrander a
Koirt Dubois, Jolhn Vrig
Dubois, Theodorus Bailey
Dubois and Charlot
On reading the Lill of com
whereby it appears among o
win of the city of New Yor
their of the complainant, Sar
the above named defendants
at the time of her death, s
all that certain piece or lo
York aforesaid, and situate
ly corner of Moore and Fron
five in Front street, and mea
thirty-three feet and eleven
on Moore street twenty-ni
southerly by property of Samu
one inch, and westerly by pr
liam Hylyer twenty-nine fe
was surveyed by E. M. Bridg
said Leah Corwin being so s
ises above mentioned, did
February, one thousand eight
depart this life intestate; t
land and prenmises, with tI
belonging, descended, one un
rah Ann Ostrander, the wife
nand W. Ostrander, and one
undivided half of said land
purtenances., to each of the
which said bill, among othe
tiom and division of the a
oe miadeaccording to law be
plainants and defendants acc
their, several and respective r

BY order of the honorable Wi
ju'Ige of the court ocf o
city arno county ol New Yor
pursuant to the provisions o
tachment? against non-resid
mnient has issued against
SIBBALD, a resident of the
that the same will be sold f
unless he appear and discha
ing to law, within nine mnont
of this notice; and that t
to hii.n by residents of this
or for his use of any proper
ing to him, and thie transit
him, are forbidden by la
25th day of