STEAMBOAT AT AUCTION.--The two valuable and well known Boats, with low pressure engines, Henry Clay, burden 301 62-100 tuns, Niagara, burden 156 92-100 tuns, will be separately sold with their engines, equipments and furniture, at publick auction, in the harbour of Black Rock, on Tuesday, the 15th day of September next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. Terms, one-fifth of the purchase money in hand, and the residue in one and two years, with approved security, and interest from the day of sale. August 12, 1835.
NOTICE.--The subscribers propose to sell, by publick auction, at the Court House, in Oswego, on the second Thursday of September next, (September 10th), at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, a large quantity of very valuable property in that place.
The premises intended to be offered for sale, consist of the "Cove Property," being the Basin, Dock, Wharves, &c. constructed by the subscribers, together with several acres of adjacent land; also divers other valuable parcels of ground.
The "Cove Property," with the adjacent land will be offered together--the other parcels will be offered separately. The whole will be put up at minimum prices, and the subscribers pledge themselves that there shall be no bidding on their account. Four-fifths of the purchase money may remain on bond and mortgage for ten years, or any shorter period, at the option of the purchaser, with annual interest. The other fifth to be paid in cash, or satisfactorily secured to be paid with interest in one year.
Capitalists who may be disposed to invest largely in real estate, are invited to turn their attention to the above property, particularly the portion of it known as the "Cove Property." For farther information, as to the property to be sold, apply to Mr. Henry Fitzhugh, in Oswego, or to either of the subscribers.
August 12, 1835.