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   Onondaga Standard (Newspaper) - July 13, 1831, Syracuse, New York                                4 VOL. 31. SYJJACUsLE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, IS31. THE OJcTOJTDAGA. STiVJ Syraeuso f It w ,11 I c c TCIIJIS. -To village- vil.uhaic SUE GENESKP. FViiMER, Deaotcil to riciilture, Horlirtillitt'e ami Hutiieblic 'In: fns-l nucn'iei of a poncr under Ihe almvrj Etitli will iiublisl.cd jl llocbestci, on i l o 'TJJll. o, PHJZK i Mine" Ol'iic, v.ii'i jouniuii 1'iV'lll. T-, 'j' yiri.ei-Piu-h MU! 1 hide- of ihe ern left at their liujra, Si.JO To mail subscribers, ami ihoie the o nice, 32. To effectless ihan SI, SO. c conclude! by s gciiMr-miM Ions el pi nil AW.', hut iiriics, in the sne'ice of li.nii-.ji, _, Al, ,u.V [0 u als, hy PiirtuiL, ami olh.r uselu. n ho call piactieit fanners in il.i-, -ectsjn ol koji.tiv, i.d particu'.n ly by some of ibc Mcie'ie Woniiie Conmy Iio.llc-ull'iii.-; be dclOlc'd to ic. cilluie, llnrli-J suc-'j "'hoi fi by the veur. trWumjii.lGis, Handbill, Cards, Blanks, Ac. .to on .hor; notice, in u Mid ruuidaume iiylej un liberal icrms. _____________________ Bnnfc Xcte Sable. ICorrceieil from tftc New-Yoik Papers.] JVtio-York. I ante Bau'n. ..ir.l bi.cn United Siuttj B.ink and; ilie niKullc ol I'l-mie; .ird ui.l >iK Banlc-of iV. Cilyhink j 1M> l.iisiii "finv around you'; J iiij. .luiip. ll'-iy J A" nr iln- HIS CIPITVL Pr.tzns, jso si c. Mild lliiu u surprises, Itnui ii, TAKi: .N'UTICL ibis H u pruuier ol Atben-, unnnig.i K'J'jcil'.iaucii.lii..-, l-hiliji .lOIunuoii hruiiyl.l l.m old man :ciid WO. 96. Ii-ince, and v.epl aloud. Ue f I .Rpfd ihushins his an alleclioiiato us il it bi-L-ii u Iii friend. 'She lecpun-su great deal of at- jMi.Hilcil, to lelieve ll.e f< uf the Ficnchman, Mulling. Ho Miliuidf. The wide vi ilderness tned tu Ic-el of her eais and ihn.at; and .i sharp sound from the dislaiiCL-; hunceiiiiif; was plea.-i d with il, he l-ryan .no echo Js awakened. The echo was mrfjto licMe the bauK ol lierliead with Ihe point lu'di-l! jtofhia d.ixfer, hoping to find a U iih nicljncholy slops he wallvcdaroiiiul-'opporltiniu to stub hei; but the hardness iht lime i-ii.iiifcnc'-' oil Ai hull the pjliu irL't'.iVol the bones mace him Iron.hie, lest ho Sicw. 'lu his gital juy he discovered ouj's.houlil not succeed. The beautiful tut opposite a yuit of natui.il the Drserl Mscnird to the courage uiiejjjlui im.it a pile ol niamie. a-Uof her piisoiier, hy raising her head, l.c .n i.is i iea.it. The palms Jjiv Ail Olhda o out her ntckdiul niiliing liiih. do B.ni'rd do Fai do do iniiur.iiice in.iitcrior nntioi, d iniere-t .'iid lalKin, .1 poiimn of the rohnnii-. ol lint F.iinn-iJ mil be duvnicd In ihesesiicijeus. This scclion of die i-onnny b bee-erne Plictnix Ollraili.il Fulton Dry Dock North River l mis .vicl[ S: IluJsoa do People 'i do .vlocria Cjnui j 1.1 i .I.- do SiiisdX ilojjprpul.ucd niih .in induali.nus .uid thriving c-ljas; duvjof Ciliz.-iis, N have m.ide themselves rii_h hvo Ijlhen OMII I.ibou, and who li.ive now acquired; means of y learned in ihc .11 IP for I itely i L-I l.nui piep.ircd fui toil ihcy of do Muuiil Uollty hnnk cf iciciii c IIJVB liatn mil-., do S.iiem Co. by tlifc uiiu'e.nicd of men of do Moinuoitih lUul invention: .ind while impiovc-? do do Hobokun Uauking do CompJiiy do do lj 10.000 5-000 4.000 4-000 1.000 l.OOO Commercial Canal N. Y. S. Kink Mechanics k Fan. Kilmers bk of TIOJ Bank Tioy iluicli Uohutvk Co. HudscQ Kivur tJiii-a VI'LCJ Branrli io Braach C.l.ttnl Honed hfee iisisfain fimn ihe AKiii'uluiiL .ir.il Hoi Ice inline, (.i-Mii I'.iveJ btcn c oinp ir.'.lively iiculi.'cLcd .ind those; ivho li.ivuliec.-n piiiii'iiig modes of till for have bcrn left In nuaidcd in il.tii by ihdKti inuan1; ivlnch l..u t been (fto olliei bi.'.uLhca o siienc-c, -.ird uhkh pioicd'i j'i'lhe cause ol ilien lapiJ .idLincinient- ijl The papci ml! be pulli-btd uiecy S.ilind.iy, lin 1 ,S80 1_000 1 000 l.OOO l.OOO I with a larjjo ntimHcr of S300, Sic.   'Jt S2 per annum, if p.ud in jdvjiiLb, on, us hcielofoie. s'lLiiriibcnr; liank pay-blt insis. mnnil.i. t( F. BRCH'STER. __ fc STEVEN'S. Jtpril 1C, 1S31. JoiJN-TERFnT ICNOTEELLDE FECTOR-J IiKAI> y tloiNoiili.iinplon U.IIIK do i'uibvillc i.il U.iiik Bonk I llio capnvp now M} Imno skilful, ar.d ihp lifl Frunl my And i ciudd P.IMI-. t'pon llie hi'iuL-il mo play Colo.a ol iudi dnii.in bi.d lii.iu.n Ins bnclw! 1 onk its I'ninicil cus 111 my pirluro In hints 1 Maud iM.h llic C3id.nl IICQ him lo Lii'j M.( !Y Prc'-i, duwn il.u ]innunc d Inil.i inlu I.is flesli Ai.d itiii L tr.al ng uuui A jiic-ali So! lai J.o timrk, my ywl! a line.ifiuiiy upon lus i ,ii) nu.sinlub llial Lhorl moan UuJs il J cuulJ pjml a dj i.ijj cjruan Pily" ibcc HO I do1 I piiy ihc lic-lim in the lilt- Ina i.-.ttj fuhci? 1 II 1 Kiiun A Lh. u 'in-l uaie pt'rintiing ru (CM Lo u fume like mine? A Miuui.li Ir.iiiMiiun IK.in UiOj-intl cabling his oye niiMoiiMlv round the dialiiiir lu lhu uilitLut joy liu oc-gikscri, io it nu one eoining lo free iiiuaull clnriiiji tht lUv with IICHII Ins lernhle ccmnnnion. whose LI Hie jirollo '.'gainst WilJ ;v. i.icli ould prui.aLily cuiue in 1. e Huclic-'lcr B.mk of Mnnroc Dank ot lijnk- irlif.ir do Newburgh hhicado Ogdensbuigb do Whitthall Way no co. 1 Bucks co. do do do du do d.i Deluwaie. Laurel Hank oihcis CKICKKELL'3 OUNTEP.FfTL1 NOTE ,'J.i.d KefiLrtcr of Ki.nL Xi-lif, RioLcu L'-.-jiA.T, i-YNDS made nr-l Prices Current, C-HJJ N'mrineiits :lb the M.iniif.K Illren cif llic: itil Detector" is designed .ntit-le, wbicli u ill c-nable ihuni to famish! t pi inc.ippily -tb A ubotul lo sloce-Kcejie-s MXP .IM! qu.inlity .11 ibt-ir Ucep' men of buMnef-i, inimhei, on h.nid. A, ar.d 1 inch, and will.S a c nc fully conccttd DinkNoie fnrni'-'h any MZC-, notice. H 1'iiccs Cunent, Lislof R.iiikt-, I'lic-co oi'.j JMuij it', 1831. Gold, riiccs ot Uank and liisni..iiea (.1 jplion of .ill Conntci It-it .uid Altered in thioucliocii ihe L'niieil St.iifs, .md .ill mienm.'tinr .c1. lilcely lei ihiow iipnii embi Lictd in the design of .lo-.n- ;n.l. In loi i ji inus dcpac inicnls Herearior 1" Av A LOU u.d to lits track i V> In i Dc.'itli over h s kingdom tack Tu ulu'rii, iho ac-epiic'a Cuii.clrum liiu ciavtj tlial sloO'i Ai-d 1 suiter palli lo i-lorj. No, no, uld ntnn WP die sliull hrcnilio nivay anre dun ab lie (itined tu feed lu'r with nuts and hut she luoki'd them uilhfcu- 10 (inulx at the rivulet lluviuf; at cuntcinpi. However, as if sensible iijoi ul In-.' p-liiia. NulM illisi.iiiniii" his kind intentions, slit licked his shoes pioduLcd bj a Jtai ol i.einft de-Band purrud. vuuruil in tiis sleep, he rould not 'Vv ill n be so, when she gels luttiiicnliou du.i.i- ihal day. the Freiichinaii. The idea tiL-ning, t'ne in iree lu had btenShini iremble. Ue hiuked at the Mze el'lho lc.ll lu Hit: ground, nith a bhc was lliree Icet high, znd lesoiiMik-il ilin.uoh the- desert, as il.luur feet long, inchnhiig her tail, hii-l ulli-iuil a deep gii-aii. was ucarh Inree leel i-ioie in letiglli 1 hu soldiei irciuhled il lhc.-ie liad bccrAaiul as round as a ci-tdgvl. loictiu thu an. liut likcg Her head lib nij; as a lion'.i, nnd her he ii, soon uea.M-s lo inuiirn over athxce (lihlingiiiahi'd hy a cx- i jjjiont, he iiiiuiedicitely in of cunning. The cold crutlty of ioll ihe brnad ami beaiiliiul kavcs to lurinj'he URer teigntd Ihcre; but there was liko- his coucli lur ilie night. hy hisfiwise strangely like the counnte- eXL-rliuiis iind fxlreniu wutinth of of an arllul woman. Jn the gaiely he MJOU iiilo a projouiul slumber. Iiifnntl fondness of Iho present niumenl, the !ihu inuldiu ul Ihe night bin slevp N as stld-t-'-eeined like Nero drunk. >he had her fill deiily by an cxlia'irdinary noi-.e f of lilourl, and blip inhed to Iiohc. Lie ruiai'c.l hiinselfund aninlS Uuiins Ibe whole day, ifhe attempted ,the hu dinlmclly heaid tliefwi'lk away, the panther Watched liiui as a otid puwcrlul hair jixrtud up.-jn head, and sirain-J Uur l nn c nii-iEiuiienl .1 loiof Kinip) ;D.I-IL IJLACIIiri'fi.M'ni r.iiiii-ir oqn Leckport Livin.eslon cu. Otiefjo cu. TV4ShVn ?c Wnu jrkcr'a EvclniK UJBtiitt FranVlili Coluniljia Grceno (.o. PUilibuigh Kiagara do li.ink unc Jal! 1 Unc. of Ihe kind iniinnf.ict.iipd Snmcrsel-V Woi'sl'i do! l'" ,-ii. ___ I. I n c do do do d do jElkton B.uik ill olbcis fulfill Vil. do. Vjlltv K.int limiidi 11. U Brjncli U. Ruinmey i-i di dc IIks dc p-.ic (lo Hartford iUl.kd New ll.ivcn MidcllctoiM) LO New-London 13 N0i vvich EiRlt U't N. Dr-iby  in im lace, vhtn he cal- C'flr.s hi'.arl. he put hislled lidtul upun his scimetar, but the dillieullyfj When the su" il penelialiiig her louph, hard skin, nr.cduj (lecji melancl.c lini rehiiipii.ili Ins pinject. To oxclain her would town Berk-hita Essex Siitlun All otlieM Maine. Casline ft .ink jo'Suic B.mk rj jllalianta. ti-iG; do1, doj C.-.GI bilc jMu Jo'lJenlili-Ky do All others rfeic-iranipsl'irc. All Jf'crmnnl. j Noica unc 1 Canada. jTJ. C. nl Kingston nn AII 2-i2 Ihe Mill r.I Iji term r.J min-lioi. foi [ic-ulecunn by ihe Rciinbhr.ins of iipmy Suics, lend oil ci ihc Vnion, dciilht :if Ibc desire nf Ibc purplf, lli.il he shiiil iohmi in ibe li.olitcp? nf id Jc llei.ioo, by scrung ill the Chief M The Globe will notsuppm'oi ronnleriiinuc any1 g.ib.ds, h.ui.n; cefi-iciice to UIL- Knc- ot Iiun. J.n k.-cn On Uif tniui.iij, il "ill ounce Mild .ill inm and Lhuir M bn k. hy u niKiirs, with .1 view to _ Irt lo ciiili.iiitH1, ihr admm iliTcat the rlTiilts of Ihc lo 'imcmolc Ihr public eood, BOH diM-onI .n il (ii.-iciv lion in Ihc JU'piiblK-.iii I'nily- Jl '.iill hold n. _____ null c.innot ibnr Cl'G plmedjpcison.il pielcnsiona lo Ibc inlcrcs's of llicir ilitpolhei I _- ul The inlrrcsl cf ilie American public neces- Ricai in the politic.d of Europe at ll'is cM-ntful cusij. "ill be com d, .1? io secure fctr ihe Ihc ff Riving the inforniK- tinn from thai comment. Il is intruded, al-o, in the Globe a liicrarj nd iiiiyrt'lhnroiin cli.irdcicr. Sclccliinn liom hichcst icputatinn will adom columns, lo grnlifj the (jciic'i.il u-ailc'i; while. A i chicle of information in relation lo m.irni- turcf, romineu-c, and Ibe :t tubscivicnl lo ihe useful put [the countrv. exi-tins mu -V Co.ia this d.iv di.-.-, SAMULLb- WOOD. sun went down, she nttTed A oly cry.' 'She is well rilu- oxclaitiied thu pay I in Ihe tunrni'd tu buy liei rt'ciMngiiravFiN.' At all pit-nts, v.as njoiced to the pRDthcr D.iy ciimc- slietch bersnll in a atlilude. 'That is, rinh, my preliy hltlc said he; 'Yuu heller go lo bleep limt.1 liu tiu.slcil to his oun aclnily to eecapo nut int'duiing lur bluniLer. lie patiently ingei.' t mill when bite .-.eeniecl to und nnltcp, hiii-ivas in truth a heanliful alkeil vigorouily tovt aid the Jciilf. Hut ijTl'u lui i.n her Ihront anil legs v, as of.iMie had nol gone a ol il league- over a circle (if tittle dal kf Ihc .-and, v lien he heard Ihu puniherbuiinil- lil.c- veliel, hirmeil pretty alter him, uitcrinij al intcivalsii luud lion iinil ic. C' il.iin ri-Militd to f.ir d.iv ut ntnl ahi.ivud tho s ol the [luiulicr cuvcrnd with blood. 'She h..? ealrti s.iicl' (lie Frrnch-S an lo n. Tlie liii'-inr'R 11 ill be i by (ii-nvra! D.'.s.nx.a buuiililnlly while, lenninated by blue j "Ul a irutl Mini, uhtiu lhc7Ci.il sohln-i led into Ihc power old irdjc .mil lhu boll Miioolh I'nr oil her hcHy hy K. !1. ai- .il the (Id piiic-A uill be p.iid in L-.I..II for VJcol wool Skins. c. Jll-ril 15, EREWSTKK. I 3c 84 13, 1311 IIUSHKLS for by tlic O. -S'. I K O X crcjir.d the ibcrs, in iddllion lo ihi-ii .-li cl 5 Jiaisia, JV. S. 5 Jland, tin. 9 Enxtir-h, tlo. jV S Cast Steel. jV Jj- S JH'iUer. Herman. tiweJcs und Spring ilo. For on Ihe IPI for nr sipi.ro e-l credit. KLJl M L If SOAr- Syracuse. Pec. 1.' IS''0. 67 KrThc fjl'.cr.Mnsnarrulun lead nil1 miiing me- uuui isitLrur, wu hnie not iivm. 115 pandlcl, lalcly. T1E3 the eiiti ovpolition her p.iv-s lift larat; iniiHeiilur cry. said "her friendship ii _. _.........._ _ _-, ___ _ lei MIK, I iriuel bw lirMt Lallt-d ihe :md liy cjl .1 ing j elhiw, like lUilnre blip came tip, the Frenchman fell CMiicd into (hu deauil, buionil Ihefgohl, nchly daik brown bpols olio u! those Imps ol (jtnl.icl (il the Nile. In cniicr (u pl.cce Ihu loim ul 'faud liom which it is unputbihlc tocxlti- i's.ile chsUtice between lln-mneh-es Jiid the! 'I his poweil'nl hut tranquil ImMest re- one's 'I he panther seized him by I'Vuiicn aimy. lhu Maitgr.iliiiis made a in as gracelul an allilnde as ;c :llic coll.tr, and with incredible etrili'lh Li-d uuioli .m.I did lul slop lill closed (Steeping on a hiolnloiil. IJei head restciU hrotight him sale to the other kide liu I m. 'I iic.-y encamped around a fountain hei nui inns oulMntchcd p.i lur whichf ditchj al a hound. I'otiii.lucl by pjliu iNul MipiMi.-iuijgiicr while MelleiH spiead out, hkejj "iMy dear exclaimed rlliC-ir pribuiiLT wutild titteuifil lo escape, VsiU c Had she hi-L-n in a c.iuf, the? ier, tarvsi iiig her irilli c-m Syrarwxe .tfril 5, T GS FITCH dillcin.il supply ol CLOSE STRAW BBAID icteived an ad- wutitu lo escape, tain cr uiieviin. nan sue DI-L-II ill a c.mf, ine[ icr, cares in uer irilli i-lilliusiBiiliii LoiitonteJ with inurelvpl- lencliindii would cert.iinly liiendsliiiMh lor life and di'alh." his li.mds; u d alier having Ic.ifllif (H-ilrcl M cniuei: v ol her furiii, and Ihej lie reliaced Now, ho had .md m.iile their supper uponf noli cinilirf.-! ul culuif, that (jaiu mch iiiircri'Hlure thai loved him, and to n bom Ihr) all of them slcpl .soundly. lirilluucy lo her rohc, hul talk, it Rrcincd aa if the (Irntrlwuft a Inc.' I'roncli pii-uiK-r in her power, il wns a very dilleic'lilJ'pC'C'ple. Having inudo a ol hil .........3 Inc.' I'roncli pii-uiier in her power, il wns a very dilleiriilfpccplc. Having inudo a. i ,.._ el mis l.ici, he lo KIUW- thu Al Ihe niouih ol the c.innmi lie he cc'.nc'ludi-d to wait pnliiiilly Ibr Ui.u hi-Miml him, and nc'on the icig riM- with mcre.iMiig dan-tliiiin.in succor. Il wan his intcnlioli triy ol lua n.uuls. Hi; teizod a bin n icinking now. The coldj.havo w.itched during (he hut iiim louk Ihc pruc.iiitiuii I" puividu pouied innn his liuehead, hef'overpovi cred him. M'licn he ukr, MiUi nuine dry d.cios, anu link- II.VK olf w.ilchcci lhu .tleopinjr paiiiher. noiiiie was pone, lie ascended ihe cmi- uiidaiineil with a Acimetiir, iir liuiiMull .1 dcdii he nailed Ins to look lor hft, and noun perceived u.l ,i iiorsc sl.iiic-ii nil in ihe dirccliuii ci.iiiageoiialy AS hu could. at a distance cIvariiiK ihc rtrnrrl, willi liiu army. pjuii Lie p.intiu-r Middcnly opened hers those lonjr high hound? prculiar to hrr i In ma lo ariive at a tibco Mrculchcd out her and 'cies. L" FOll HtTSHF.I.3 Seed; 50 Diishcl? Clover Seed; 50 noz fn-n 1000 Ib. Sinokcd Hams Sliotildcfs: At Hit Velio" Cash, .11 kinds of Produce. DANIEL Match 1, 1831. An irdenl ban been expressed In by lihr fi lends of Ibe Dial ttir Globe >h he tlir until tin: iinil it'll his inli-r al a fibco Mrculchcd out her iiiiuiidy we.ii i, l w anim.il lull duiviiggiuiil ,is li.ird .uid as aliint; in tin; iiiiilstr.'Miu llieil i-liook helgc-ll and and teeth, .1 it lo lilo. ol Hie neiivil. for a long time tlie l-'rinuh-ilic-r bhioiiy to Mop. Iroin time lo time walked (.ii u ith u jii'isui erJnce ol ajioi er liei I.MI.I, usi prullilj as al ktlleil. 'Vu- Aldtu, bul lie wii.i al last well inougl.l thu soldier, who 'I ne day was finished; and not-f I'.-lt MS courage Albany, May 1831- SwSS. cash or ap- provd frcdit, a new MACHINE, frit "me o3 "T> Hi ALL i" Syraeuw, .Apri' 7fl'- 'jS CASH FOK SEED. TrilC will pav "ash nil ihr pine for qii..nlily ofc Ic m ilalivticd .1 liu Moce al the Vtllow _. t _ _.- j ;_ __.J__. _. received a new mpply THE nrftstiiber been fiftiil. (or Ihcj PnoTFCTion fllsTlfnrd MMrle lerml- efl. tion> rnHtt litpaiiin LOST, FHOM Canul bttwern the Symusek (be ninhl nf lOih iinl A Shepherd's Dog, nizi-, lonf ihargy hair. OOO11H will sell Inw tnt or p.o DANIEL i i istx'retnelv lo rerftvir liim.ala- espeiwe Any infoimation r.imnuj -t to office of the urn in IVnv-Yoik, on Tlmrvlay 8, 7, 29. 14, -Quarter Ticket Com jm.irinn, It, 12. 28. piize of 1.000 DOLLrARS, u Hi SMITH'S wliirh mlren llnrers rec jmmtirttd Imn t litth rt tit nilcniioB. T, W. SMITH Syrttwre, 1 1, ;poll a stone ai.il akiiig any pircauiiuii for his defence. Usnrpnscd rfiid him. liu" awtikuncd ny llic MVS olj lie lixc-diiffs nf lur n.rtrtbc ryes liu .s.in, which lell npiiii bun Hilh intcil jrahle lurvur; lor in nis We.iriucss he hid 'cfK.Sed on the i.pposite side tc.tliu iiuulows ollf.e iimjf'atic pulms. lecl filled him wilil despair. II. direction met his eye hula ol.tand, and ike .i dagger in Hie MII, shine. inllMiicj'ol the sky lelt the imagination Nut a rlnn.l is .spL-iidor, nola xcpliyr moved the >ur ol Ihe desiil. 'Ihe tvr.h hnd ih< scenieil on thty nn-l at the Horizon m A furrow hno ol hgi'lj and ?.s the 
                            

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