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   Onondaga Standard (Newspaper) - October 21, 1829, Syracuse, New York                                VOL. I. SYRACUSE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1829. NO. C. fs published every Wednesday morning, a Syracuse, Onon Co. M. Y by i" the cast end of Ihf bne'c block (up stairs' directly in front of the Syracuse-House To village subsc-ribcrs ul.o have tbe papers left ut then 51) To mail subacribeis ami those ho call for them jt the oflicf-, To companies of not less than ten. 30 JO inseued it ?51 pei square foMhe first ihrce .iceks, nnd 15 cent-, foi .-very iaihsequent insert-on (Jcj- V libei il discount made .0 those K'IO .aherlisfe by the jear fcj-Pamuhlels. Handbills Cards, Blinks, on -hoit noticr, ir. a ne.it and lianrlsome and on liberal ic-ims TUL 10.. ii COTJGII TDK VL. POU DC i liiiiii an extensive. list lor 9 je.us past, pioved Uiemselves tu be one ot the most i ilu ible n.mnhe> yet foi the cure nl C Colds md oilier affections ot the bienst uul lungs lending toConsn-nplions. Thi-utan.ls have experienc- ed thi. Ii ipp> eflVcis ill this UtLsAW, nnd inauj at the hitr'iest icjpectabihiy luvc given some ot winch accompany each Bottle-, that will s ilish even unpicjudtced mmdlhat ilie must citn oidmary and cures have been pei- foi rned by the use of tins medicine in cases of lung standing, in ul'ner medicine h.id produced no laxorable c-riecU. md the most skillful Plijsiciansliul gue (turn up is hopeless. It is not pietended tli.ii they aic aninf illible cure in all but of such ncui-able there are but lew but what will been greatly relieved by the use nt them. SCHI ci.lv a case oi'Colds Cuutrhs 1'ain n the bide clil'r.eul of breathing want o( sleep arising fiom dc- bihly or even seated consmnpUons.bui may be lehevcd bv a timely use of this Healing Cal- :i m Each Uull.u Bottle of this medicine con- ains ibout 40 deisms v. Inch piovcstlum to be c heap medicine c.-nsi the u vmues NEW CERTIFICATE. TO JIVES MILLED Hudson, N "V. eighteen hundied eighteen, ?.li hleazei- Hams, a ni'in in indigent eirumsUnceb and hail laboured lor me oc- fur mi-re than a j iar, was seized with -in iffecUon 01 ihe lungs, accompa inecl by alight iln cough fieqncntly im to l -use an} till g for uc-ai Ij lialfan limir and shell, most luinnionli, blood. His cough was so severe and incessant, that he soon became much emiciated, h.s ej 1 1 gl issy and his stieniflh Iclt him to that degree llial he to labor, compassion iling- Ins sitiraton, afnend ol mine and nuscll proeured for him one hoi tie of Andei sun's Cougli Uioi s Uy takinr; which in about hic-e [lo my ajtonishmeni] lie wisso fai-iestoied as to be ablj lo perloiri his U'ual labor U.VILJS STEI3D1NS. j fill-dale J'eli. W 1 Uo'ieit Kidncv ot Kochesler, Monroe co. V do hereby ccilifv llial a long time I Mas so reduced by an aficction ol the lungi 'it- tLiidi.il vviUi pain in the brca-' ilimml'i ol breathing S.C that inv life was dcspaned ol nnd given up as incurable by a council ol !m but by ihe advice >ct G ll.tch- oclc o( H.icliestci WT; induced lo miKc usi Anderjon't Cough Drops and b) mmir one Jlotllc was T'cstoi cd lo pei lect he ilili 1 would therefore jccommend all those afflicted jinular complaint u> make of (hi. sime emedy as I am peifectlj satisfied that il cd my hlc llochtater March 11 1S2S REirjiitE OF i.Mj' This Vahrible Mi'dicine is J'lirhascri must he [inliciiHi and ask HfiKSO.V.S COUfill JJKOPS prepnrcd by J.IMESJIEf.I.E N, and ilto that tlie llut- tlcc .ire tlumpcd inlhc ,1 Melli.iiinsle.id of I Millei Veil- sale xvholes dc and lleiail by Duel M. TII.LIAMS and AlllJUlT MYr.ltt. fyramsc Januiuy T, 182'J. Jv51 NEW GOODS. JUST received nnd for sale by SA-HUIU GOODWIN, a general assuitmcnt of Fancy and (Staple Goudi, .unony them are Broad-Cloth, Casamercs, Satliiidtls, ;md Hangup Cords, btnpc and jilnm Dnll- HTfa.s, Jeans, Hamilton c-oid and NaiiKms. 4 OTo dc Naples and T.illita f lilts bl'k sillt J Velvet, Vcstings, Calicoes, Gmghainb nnd Canibnuks, Muslins, silk and gauze H'kfs gar gauze Rilibons, lalh'ta and cnss ttihbonsj brown and cicen I'arasols, va- Tcntili Sh.uvls, bl'k Cinpcs, Irish Linen, Ituss-ia Diaper, cotton Dimity, Bed-licking, brown and bleached yiicct- and louncl Uion Milluntc, hcilivai lints An cxtei.sive aasorlmcut of CUOCKERY, ----ALSO---- FRESH GUOCKRIES, r-.oiisi-itiiig of Uimi,   CUIlV. intlv loi Salu nc l i .Ssoilnunl ol Mliirli tiny Mill 1 1 it ucx- unc xci to those desuous of lly i sn ict and 'iiligent attenuon to business hope torccehe that sliaie of pjliou i uhich and meius. i .ruse. Dec 2, DOLE'S GERMAN WAT335S is. hive ic ceiled a fits'i supply ol llus sure :.nd cfficatious i fin sore Uyes, .ind being-appoint- ed sole agents loi this cuiuiU, they will be enabled to keep const mily on hind the (leimai. '1 his medicine has- Leenusedin tins and unifoiml} appi-cn edol, but foi fiuihei evidence see l'ie inij cerlihcatcs, CERTIFICATES. u-icd Hole's Ceimaii n't find it ot supen- cii eflieacy in mosl cases el soie es, and pielcr ible to any in use, and theielme i-ccommend it to the puo- lic. GCIIDON COUMNC, JDIIN L. Troy, Dec 1SJ4. uggisK Having- liad lilt- eai s of in infant child, not ,1- vei a foiliughl old, al John Woodvvoil'i sq, hat lud vciys'ue wusieijulnily.it tended b> a phjsiciau, until he dcspaued nf lelping it, and as 1 was very feai Cul ihe child uonld lose itaevcs, T piocmed some ol Dole' cuied il immedi ind I think it a veiy vuluahlcaiiicle lur Ian i ly Iu possess 11 LANCING, Tim, Febriury 3, 1829 lleiiicf in the habit ol attending on 'die siLk I uvc hid occ.ision to use Dole's Eve-Walt1 a m m> difl'i rerir and altii dific'enl kinds ol Cvt-Watci.which f.uled :o help .ifrlicled, 1 have U'lles. which eiitcleii an immediate cine, ind I think t Hie sale-1 and cine foi scrt-rc y i now n use JOHN OOD. Tcb 3, 282C llaiuif, heen ifll cted ?ore c; 1 cm- ploved 1'lijsie.i m lo cu.e them, but iliey con- inued Lo W'ise so much so that 1 was caiful uf losing1 them when Dole's Kve-Watei was rcccni-mendcd lo me I immediately pio- cmed a b''ti used against ihe consent ol the Pin sici 1.1, hich in a lew davs completely cmed -.hi n I think one most v dua- jle cures sole e} es now nfpsc 1 Ivbui.TV 3 Ilundic-u-' i (Jc-itilicites be added lo lie- above b-al public ma} juiljc fur ibcm- .elv cs iboi.c medicine may also be had >f 'i S Me.inmn, .CJjiiSUaii Hollow, of M Oiii.inder, Tullj, gfBr- Tih-bels Poinpcvj.uid of J C Blender, ilie Lands for 8ale. rprfr. Suhienber -1 olluii for bale 500 Acres of on Milit.uy lot No 17, ill ihe tu'.Mi-ihip of Maiilius (now na) Tin-, lo: i1: .ihotit two miles lioin tlic ullagi- ol Saluia. on the mad in C irr's betilenieiit The L md is ul tlic fusi ilili lui larni- purposes. Its location is (V-sn.i hie, in iclcicnte to market, beauty, .aid healllifuliH'ss ol '.ituniion ll will be sol 1 in small lots of fi om 10 to SO ncies to suit puieh.iseis Oiie qii.utei of tlic puieli.ise money must lie paid the rem.indcr in tluee 01 four nnnnaj iiist.illmenib. Also, for sale JixlM) acres of ex- cellent land on the side of the Onon- Lake, and immediately opposite ilie village- ol Live-rpool Tor (iirtlici p.iitictilu? inquiie of the 5ttbsenbei at his office in the Milage of Sa- June 20 77tf J Ci. FORBES. 4 LIST OE" LETTKKS remaining m the -Tl- Posi-Office, at bjracu-e, N Oct 1 1829 Nathan Jenkius, or 1'ailey llonlclt. ENRY NEVVTOV, ot the old stanil of JVau- ton Sf Humphreys, on the -oulh s. lo of the Canil, olrcrs hn-.ei vices to the public is a Tor- wordmgand Commission Mfn.li ml (lis n lie- house is conveniently situate.! for the reception .md delivery of Goods, and he pledges hia most un- wear ed attention to all business conlided to Ins t charge fiom the c ill and west w ill call daily at his warehouse He uill keep constantly on hand at all luncs-an extensive a-soitmeut of Groceries, Crockery and Provisions, lo which he invites the attention oflns and the public The farmeis mil li.id it to their acl- lo give him a call, ns Hie higher c.i-h pri- i for Sjr.ncnse, Juue 11, 1829 N B All those indebted to Iho fiim of lun Sc or lo lh- iiidmdu- ally are respectfully imiieil to c ill and selllc llien accounts immediately N 11 Uvor Aleikindcr, Henry Mis J W It Leu S Huir, S Mfphcn lifiicdict, Jjam-l Univ. W.ii liiook.-r, Lemuel J Uciilon 2, John liuti b, Junes O rnnothj liio MI, Waltei burling, C Blac'.i, W Bronn, Ul baldock, II Uiown, Maua Btt s, Jaluc-s Hierce, Join Jolfji Bound, Ilium Bishop, Sarah Al4ry Babbet, Jafocs Urown, AlbeiiX) B.ikci, Ucv It 1 Bipckv.ay, Horace. mi IJioiuibon, Da. ill Barker, Diud Lsiown, Elijah Castle, 2 lilia Couidii, biniuc-1 CI.H I, S Ar.s CaiJUiti lio .t ol Jolm Coriiiiij; Aorloii, Lltia Liupoiaii, s Joseph Coli in, on steel and silver Goggles He cm remedy any defect of sight by age. Spec tide Ejes set on moderate tenns Enquire at the sign of the Moitai and Snecticles soulh side nf the canal in the -ullage of June 9, 1329 JON v" DAY Botanic Medicines. I ,L Ul.tl IllllU US I'l.lt, SUimach Pills, Cnmpos-lion, Salve, rltstci, UeijuLiliiig1 Uillcrs, Dinpsfni 5 ill It'icum, Hheumalic Dmps, [lot Ciimpomul ful Cunkcf IMn-i J'littdcis Snufl, find UntDlops, Woiin I'uvvdcr, Itlu-um.iiic Salve and n.uelic dnccliuns low lo be urcd -iccnmp.iny ench All ol winch aie coiihianilv kcplon hind and I'm sale bj llic subsciibci at Geildes, Ommda rn uul nlso ill the follini places vi7. Al idlej'n i nil I'.l.iu's, Hullei field's, Salina. and Kinibei Iv's, Cam.llus C'. TI1V.WSQJV N. 1) An oppoilnnity will ul ill iiines lie af (irded ID those arc clean cms of availing Ihemselves ol llic benefit ol avapoi balh 01 Icc- marhn-.c jeddc-" June 2o, :829. HOUSE LiOT THE home nnd lot, fortuerU by Hdnard ll.icon csq in the i illnrrc of Syracuse is olTcrod __ ___ foi Sile The siljilion -s a dcsirnhle one, and tlic terms of will be reisonable To particu'ars enquire of the lubfrr-hcr D 0 MONTGOMERY Sj-rirusr, Fcb 1820. STRAT HOB.SE. bROICr into the enclosure of the subscriber on P the 27lh day of June, a latRC DAIlli SOR- L HOUSE, with a bl-Ar in Inn forehead, Fomc while burs in hm malic occasioned by tho colar ff ii suppoHt'd to be ]8 or 14 jcara oltl. The owner is requested to piy charges, aod lake him aw.iv Lmli, June 3d 1HOMAS ROSE." SHOCS! SHOES MIE iubscriber lias just received n vci> e.xleniixe 'issoslinent of Wlnrh he ofleib for sale by the TrunV., I) Zen p lir, anil will be in constant icreipt not nnlv nl thai ni liclc, bill ol litrln Uncv I S and KOOTEr.S. JOHN ICUGKKS N I) rile above will be c.irlnnpcd Inr Sail, I'rodnri-. or soldon a shoit cicdit for sccunlv. Miv 7, 1828. llf NEW GOODS. A FITCH arc opening cral assortment of IVll-Y Fancy and Slaple, w.-.ie-n vvi i-c in-clmcr-c! kw clavs mncc in York, will be s-old for cash as low .19 it any Ftnre in ihf rnunly. Amonrjlhcm ari Ilio id Cloths. CHS sunerc-B, Nankeens, Jeans, lieavei lecn and Ginghams, black blue and miscd silk Camble-ls; binchew silk, blue blk llahan do; Sadns, fancy. Silk and (iau7t ll.mdkcrchicTs, pauzc liihhons Ladies Hals bl ick broivn and preen I'arasnls, tr.ivellini. Uaskc-K 6 4 Reel-licking, bleached and unbleached js arid Shiitinrffl rof.on Yarn an I lljUiiiH eolt'in run', l.ntn um g.t and duck, Combs Paper Hanirings Looking mtnv othtr May Spectacles and Goggles. TlIE -ubstribc'r LiiiitLinLIv 011 liand for sale, A complete ui-soitioent of CONCAVE ANT) CONVEX uote, C.U.K, il. il Lhamberliu, b B Isaac Udallcituii, is Jj Lokely, _ Itjlpli King, Coluna EthvarJ D'l.cina'crS I iehcr, Joined LL-VM-., '1 tiuiiiab Lonnij A 1.1 h.imb, Iu L.no AhiMin'ofOiionttag.! or l.is Deputy Adam LtcULol, Alit.3 SLna J.ot.ka. >l P ittnck V MJDoniiell, 2 J C Merit in, Gco J, M.irtm, M.iisailcs, Miss tleKnctta i. Mum ford, Thoinud Munn, llLiiun Moojc, Lymau Monia, Jjineb M inn, G McFailancI, Diivul Alcrailtind, Calvin Mitchell. Tilloison Mungfir, llemy M'luyloi, Himui H b Aloore, Funkhn Rloulton, Joim Ncibut, K I ISouon, C Northup, 2 fadtiiuel U Noulet O Ostiandtr Ctrey, 3- O Uiirantlti Samuel B PJISDIIS, John LJ4LUm, John U I'aLtfjrioii, I'lJllllpb, rilklDS CO Jltii] x t alrtiLT, Cdiullilti 1'rtilCllOD, I'cppei, Janob Coan, Naucy Loot, MiaaAnn iV.CIieny, J-evMa tlark-, labor U. Cornish, ruger, d Ira Pmliinj, "Mr- iloozibah Pmkcr, Ehjili i p. JNoui i'.ir0ons Miss Mary L Pease, Cliarles 1-ease, Lllsnoilll 1'lmlps, Doctor Thayer's Pill Catholicon, OH UNMVCUS YL FAMILY L'llVblO 1'ills arc wholK o? egiiablc protlnc- JL lion, intcl tstccnir il in .ilmobl compl.unt pibfciahlu to .m-J C'u's J. i hev clea.nte.llii; sloiiiacli of all usuries ivuUci, equal to "in lobl .ip cot i ecluw; billions clisoi JLI i itiun fi on the ilhoiil gU inv} llic Ic.ist (jam 01 nneabiiiLbh; anil accoidincf to the opinion ol imlgii., a L in (.Pelable lo Millioui J'ttls in any tl- i lor u Inch lub ci t ul use, .uul dmif lo Liu opinion ol those .icqu uiilcil ui'li Hieii upci lion, ai c del 11 d lo me tlicinc of Ihe Kind nnv in uieuliiiun, foi Ijimlj. u-i besides llierc is no mcicuuj.1 prcpa.aliun con ncclcd illi llicm. 'Ihcyaie useful in nlmosl compl iini incident lo Uic human i  Jouuthan JJfint, Dca S'limHfY, JIusR, biincon Cm tins, Jftl) It lllltim tl Titnothii Jtutejili of moitt, J'.hlfr J'ojic. Jlcv. ftlfiutin Ml l J Hint, I'rom Dr. licietiy ertify, thai foi iyear pist 1 haxr undo conculei iblc use nf Or. 1 liajci'ir VcKilahic Pill CiilKilicnii, in nvj prarluc, hdii linif.ii n.ly l.nind a c isv and silul ,vy cath irlic, in tfiosc ca-cs fur which Ibrv an i nileil MI I'n- bill eli-closnip I ihc'i cf'ii c rlu i i fnllv rcconimend ihcm, js I ulii n clone in this viiinily I', families, and als'- lo lllr al large, nol iidslnm, bul as a usr-Tit! f uniK carli.irlic Pill. oMill PJijsici-m. 4. 1S25 1'iom Ur Tililti in the habit "f usinjf 'I bajei's V v Jainc-3 UaVIll l> light, Tium.in Anthony W.nson, Mis i.ylia tVallaec, Uin O Wood, John V> alker. Wonvcr, Dan I Winnci, Odd. A. ilson JOliil .glio, Cjiit Alc-t IV U.ivi-1, James i-lhs, L..U I, Jolm 1 Ol, lei, JOAI [Jli JL an .luiiaJt- i JiiilnKi, A i iciich, Mud ll.nncl l amain, Jo.i" C I iud Uuslilii.ni Ciaidnui, it Giuui, ii jniuii oUlclt, Uiiud IJUUKII, Jonn J Muirinii L Uciij.num uold, LcuiidiU Cialc, llcmyo  vm liunler, ill" Julia iJurrol, Jeiliti llulUlld, Llliolliuid, A Hull, Kimsloril I lllbbanl L A. riunlley, 2 L ll.nns, MalliMs llootiiun, HoOkCi, bunucl K. llnr.jig, 'i, Coopci IIooll, Jereinlati Holmes, Ildinnioii Ucnoequc, A 1'. liuiilingiou, J I'cier John'O'i. 1 s Joluiioii, Ulivei Jones, Johnson, Mis. 1 kulclcus Joy, Aitron .Icioine, I'er'ons for the above Lc tcmwill please siy Ihey arc WILKINSON, P. M. AMST of Iclleis rei at Geildes, N. Y. John D. Ui-scll, lacob B Druinfield, J.mc S Dodpc, Dnii C Dodge, John Doilpr, Farrmjlon, S larei Harris, Geoigc Happen, II Lnlhcr 2, Lonng L. Lewis, [naming in the I'ost-Olhec Oelohei 1, 182y. Molt, Mr. Mauncr, R S Orrn, liaac I'haris, Kphrann Sarah n Sivccl, Noib SmiMi, George Tsylnr, Jr. Anlhony 3 Whitney, 2 John W iv ard, Charles 11 Woolwn W CURTIS, I'M DISSOI-UTION__The co-partnership here lofore existing under the finn of DODGE JONES, was mntnnl consent dissolved on the Ul msl TV; rf rl-f hte firm wiil be adjusted hy Peler AUKAM DOGOF., JJJ A LIST OF LET Oflicj at Onond Acker, Med.ut Arnol, Daniel Vbhoi, C iiohnc DiK'er, Clark W Ilrortnell, I ucy W Samuel Biooks, M i-y liutterhclii, Kiiison Hirber, Cli.nle, liubcr, John liaenn, Jo'm C1 Uronn, Eui Uencdicr, Luthci Binghain, John IJuich, D inn 1 Duels, John litcis, Toisph Hrevvsler, Jan.fs MeC.iuscy, I-iia Chuich, Levi Cmlis, Jabbe Con, D. S Divit, Mary De-main, Michal Dlckm-on, N.illianu I I) ink-. N.uli imel JJunh.iui, Belscy Duel, ballj Davidson, Albin Etson, CJcoifje Nath.-imel M Fisher, J me Fiancis, Goodiich, II i, T Houhki-s, I.ucin.i Unne, Wm.S Hopkins, John N Uemsley Hare, Oianjre Horn in, Lueian B Hall, Luci u. II ill, George Il.ill, Lnui-. Jieops, lietsij Jones, TERS, remaining in Po: Y Si-pi JO, 1S.29 Hi-nj Jones, Kobei i Knox, Joseph Kinjon, Mr Theodore Loid, Oicn Laid, Jolm AM.ircn, I P McLircn, McMi-llen, RobeitO Menu, Lmoni Mumille, Lucinda Eliza Monroe, Hcnrj Monroe, Sl  1'osl- OniccntOivillc, N Y October I, Gordon Adams, William Barnes, Moses O. Hccbcc, Aaion Run, John Cnst, 2 IJcnjimin Dculin, Jncob El uy, Pctfr I Ellmg, n.ccrii.u.gh, David Gee, Robert Hunter, Kiibliell, S.irah Jewell, Adam Licldlc, C.ni-b II. Mernll, Armsa M.irtin, David Otis, Rodney Knot 2 Lcnis Swcctms, John It Slieiwood, Jane Thompson, Anilrrw Thompson, Jnmlhnn Wm'rn 2 Khjnh Jlufm WhctlotU Joseph M Wright. Jesse Worclen, neLsey Wethnby. WM BARKED, v M 1ST OF LETTERS remaining in the Pon- Ollice at LaFayclle, N V. October 1, 1829 losepli lliilt-n, VrcliirAh Button S Nicholas CampLcll, Joseph S Cole, Isanc Dcnison 2 Russel Green, John General Hall or rijahi S Kt-v D C. Hopkins, Master ol I'lnlanlliropic Lodge, Truman Norlrm-aj Mary Ann I'ark, Hiram I'erry, Nathaniel Veircj Nathaniel Root, H. D. Seiirls, Thomas P. Seails, Wrii M Si-nlh, "Ifopc slill de> cued is still before oui Quceu of die sanguinv heart .mil youlhful brain, Tier visiom bills neiv visions rue__ On, o-i they come, slill bcMutcous and still Dancing and sparkling uith a tlious-iml dyes, Till mem'iy adds Ihe-ni to her motley train; Like biightest streamsordam'd iheircourse to Till allowed in Ihe mass of some dull lake Eternal charm of Hope1 behold her blcsa Each man according to his clilTcrencpart; W amors wiih glory, lovers succesrf. The ai list with the guerdon of Ilia ai t Ml with there pictured forms ofhappmcss. Oh1 ivoulJ bicak die bubble tornau'shdarc, it nere, and tlun dieam, That bears limon aloiiff hfc'd hurrying ON DEATH. Whit holy wliat mystic fear1 Whilst (raiing thus upon the dead: Say uhai id this whuh g-cels us Say what is fled' Mysterious clnnge' n hence hilh itpjsl5 Oh! lioiv cachfu-ullj is mute1 'Tis idol is down Thy temple of ihe soul is shut: A Vmoiv lIcAnx author of- De Vorc" has made some beautiful ohset- alions an the worth and devotions of nt> tiseri There is nothing under Heaven so litienis as thcpossesiion ol Ire-sh, and unniutablcaftectioug The most felieitous moment ol iiianS hfo, the most ecstatic ot his emotions and sympathies, is that m wlucli he leceives an avowal of af- lechuii Irom the idol of his heart. The of in Ihcsir youtliful ptuiti', are- luuutains of unsealed atid guah- spell that draws llieoi (orlh K tlie nubtit light ol future years and untlying memorj-. Nothing m life it. bo pure and devoted as a vvoiiMiu's love It nialtutsnot uheilic-r it be for husband or sister or bi other, it is the same pure and unquenchable (lame, the same constant and immaculate glow of feclinc, ivhoe un- deniable touchstone is trial. Do but (jive her one token of kind word, 01- gentle look, even ii it be amid desolalion and feelings of that failhlul hear." will sus.li foi th like a torrent, in despite oi eailliiy bond or mercenary tie More price- less Ih.in the of Golooiida is a virijin'b heai t, and more devoted ttian tlic idolatry of Mecca, is woman B love There is no sordid view, qualifymgseit interest, in tho' It is. a pnncipvo and characteristic of her faculty and an infatuation w inch absorbs and all rhe depth of her bosom 1 would rather be the idol of ones uiiMillied and unpractised heart, than the monaich ol empires. I would rather possess the iramaculatcd and impassioned levolion of one high soulcd .ind cnthusuun, tic X'irgin, than the sj'cophantic faivn-nps millions There H mor" ihrillinp fccilily- derived from an union Ol Uvo ginltle-ss and unroMtiminatcdhearls than all the conqtu-'i ol Alexander, thcvisdoin ol Socralca, the ve-altli ot (.'rtrsus afford Tlu- Ceiicml woild knows notliing of Nono can appreciate tnc r'ehiic'- mt-nt of pure feclmrr, but those who by na- ture or sonic peculiar property ol the miml arc qualified to drink oi the depths (if gushins; and sparkling fountains can Know the clysiunl ol possessing .1 lie-art, until (hey know tbe value of a pern so they c.in think ot Us firi- ngs as somc'diing top holj to he nim- witli Ihe grosser Ullages of passion and humanity, until they fit least nuapiiH ho, spirit of a seraph h.is been clullicd wilh he loim of imperishable uWtality When this dream mingles the coldri nd more calculaltng Visions ol woild may put forth lUanathc may shower down its in the sword of Asraul (tbo ang--l of would scarcely destroy the uii- iitti-iablc crslacics of this Hclivcn ing happiness TIIK articllj is going tin- lonnds of the papcis, giving instructions i i le-gard to tho tue-fh, which, ilifiilloive-d, will >e sure gicjily to injure if not to dcstw hem Hst.ilc'N that some launch clieini-il, tas ascertained that the larUu1 can be rcmo ve-d (roin the teeth by the use of vinegar, which is the only acid, as isL-esscrtcd, .Iocs not injure the enamel. A medical tor in llic National Gazette exposes tho fal- sity ol the asccrlion. "tic siyi "Thus find that thccnanicl of the ind the taitar arc nearly the Aune in thru imposition, wo'havc b'cfore said, cid winch will dissolve1 the one will disoliv he other. Had this writer the trouhl.. to examine the rcicnrchcs of on tl: -i subicct be' would have learned that ncai I ill the weaker a pernicious mcc upon the teeth. Mr. PcpT's rcmarki that the great solubnly ol the pliosplialc v ol lime, in even tht- weakest acids is vcr. cxiraorduury. 'I be celebrated UlaeK' nf Edinburgh, aborts, positively, that In- h ti ,ccn the enamel i-ntircly removed by the use ol cream of tartar, which is so made an ingredient in dentifrices. Jii. mnnyj years since an eminent dentist of Kondon, ascertained by direct aiul repeated experiments, that common vim- would dissolve) the enamel of Uic Icclli and tliat in a very time There is one fact mentioned by this wri- :cr in a vast many cases is most dc ilorably true u that the dentinU vf-ij rccly use the most potent acids to lie rumuvjl ul" tlic tartar in llio (jinjratici. XTincd scaling tcnever Hfe' uneii lo clcannc the lecthi they do it at the ex [icnsc of tbe toclb themselves. Two or of an acid are sufficient to rum the finest set of tee til. They sire while ai Irst but soon becomeipermanenlly So person should evei-apply an acid, how- ever weak to his leetli'.orallow it to be dorm >y others. They shouW ncvr use any aoid lootb powder, of in faU any stiNtance that sola tlic teeth on edRe.i Tlie teeth are better cleansed by tbe ulc ol t. some dentifrice having ill its composition h little fmr chalk, or somothing of that kind, applied with brush, a piece of noft leather or even a piece of linen, cloth, the use ot if tht tprfh no innin-   

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