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,6,511 LISEN. - 5boxe.4 4 HALto 1 sale by , feb 13 TvTe BETHUNE tt CO. oner for sale at D tfO K old Richmond Tobacco, luitable for 87 hhds pri W. 84 do Dew RiIDOnd .nd Petersburg Tobacco 6(10 bbU ftxanSi. Pe4enbrs Flour 22 wuare bate, prime upland Cotton .Scma., No I to 8. heavy Cotton tYaeting, twilled and coinmoo Sacking, Coffee and Pimento Bagging Oia - if. tresses Threads, assorted colours 1 bale Ladies Cloths, 1 do Table Covert 1 boxes pint k half pint German Tumblers 3 boxes Checks, No. 2, and 1 box Eitopil 18 ton white Lead in Oil. Red Lead, QtieenJ Yellow. Oipiment, Litharee, ground Camwood, Red Sunder. Roll Brimstone, Coppers, Whiting, PariJ Whiting, Lamp and Ivory Black. Yellow Ochre 120 crates Crown Glas 7 tases Bengal Indigo . 110 casesOil of Vitriol, Aquafortis, Sugar or 71 Be? S'aU suex, 20 basket. ta7&SST and Virginia weeding Tfni flub Axei. Adze and Cooper K Sad I?on. Shovel, and Frying Pan . 6 Chain Cable and Hawjer 4110 or. caik Tower proof Gunpowder, 20 cak. Flint., 1 Wheat Mill 350 groce Porter and Wine Bottle 30 caiki white and green Phial. ass d. 130 crate assorted Earthenware, entitled to drawback 1 box Toilet Looking Glaitei 2 cae luperfine English Hat A PLPf I L. P. Madeira Wine, old and 16 hhd. ? of very One flavor. 12 qr. cask) 1 feb 13 CARGOOFTHE SHiP PEKIN.IJom CALCUTTA AND TRANQUEBAR. TO be sold at auction, on Friday, 80th int. at Boiton, the following articles, just imported in the ship Pekin .... 1509 bags double boii'd rudoagbore and white btnares sugar 774 bales cotton, of superior quality 3000 bags best patna lire 60 cases indigo, first quality 2000 pieces madras blue cloth 2000 piece do check 15000 Madras and 15000 Calcutta goat skins 20 bale safflower 70 bag fresh sago 18 pieces large ivory 158 bags tumeric 2600 gunny bags 400 pieoes red wood. For further particular, apply to 3AML.G. PERKINS Sz CO. India Wharf, or to BRYANT &STURGES, feb 13 gt Cen'ral Wharf. G. S. ROWLAND, No. 77 Wasbington - . street, offer for sale 30 package British Drygoods, consisting of Blue and fancy print Baloon and hair cord dioiitiss Cambric sarinets White and printed quilting 8tripcd, printed and white jean Oamak table cloths, Sic. 4 bale German sheeting li shirting linen 6 bales gurrahs and gilias 1200 piece blue nankeens, entitled to debenture 90 tons English Iron, assorted 16 tons Swedes Iron do 100 square bales prime upland cotton 23 hhds Boston Rum' ' 200 or. casks Samos wine 30 do superior sherry do 5 do do 14 yean old 6 pipes do 8 ten tal. keg muscatel and pal fore t wines very superior SO cases half pint tumbler 100 bbls ground camwood, warranted pure 4tO demiiohn j 0000 lbs prime ivory 25 bbls salted seal skin . 5 do paste flacking 3 tons licnumvitae 15 ton Quercitron bark first quality, feb 13 17 LOUR and TOBACCO. 500 bbls. Ricb - J7 ond supf. Flour 29 hhd ok. and new Tobacco, 120 keg manufactured d - 6 & 8 bands to the lb. For sale at 106 Front - street. feb 13 TROKES, DAVIDSON & CO. SPONGES and PAPER MILL RAGS. 10 bales superfine sponges 34 do paper mills rag. For sale by JNO. M'CRACKAN, feS 13 3t 82 1 2 Pearl - street. BOLTING CLOTHS. A LARGE assortment of warranted bolting - la. cloths, for sale by JNO Feb 13 3t M'CRACKAN, 82 1 - 2 Pearl - at IKON 71 ton English iron, well assorted, now landing from brig Thornis, and will be sold reasonably from the wharf, by G. G.&S. HOWL AND, Feb 13 77 Washimrton - st. FOR SALE, the LO'V .hi the nrlti sid.t of Cliff - street, adjoining those in Beekman - st. App'yto R. St L. MURRAY, feb 13 6t 313 Pearl - street. TO LET, The three story brick dwelling, 27 Nor - folk - street Enquire of COX & JtfONTAUDEVF.RT, Feb 13 96 Wall - st. TC) LKT, The hnuse Tin. dfl Rm.Hs i n is ait ached coach hnuip. pnnl. n. and bath nouse, all in excellent order and at pre Possession given on or befure the 1st of May next. Enquire oo the premises, or of ABM. BELL, feb 13 lw 296 Pearl - street. TO LET. From the 1st of Ma next, the lower counting room oi no $ soutb.. street. ALSO, The upper counting room, No. 71 Snuth - st. Apply to JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. eb 13 57 Front - street BUSBY'S FATEST rAVIOABt.B RAFT BOATS, AND T FLOATING TIDX - MILL. HE Navigable Raft - Boat is shaped like the common horse - boat : is formed ol' a rasing of squared pine timber, pitched and filled in olid with round logs, untriprd of hark ; the whole filed together withlive - onk pins, and iron bolt at the angle. It is pnpelled by a water wheel, with vprxfht buckets, opermting vUhm a puller or rmeeteay, as in mills. T lie cost is one foo'th of Oiatof ordinary horse - boats, including all the machinery. There is a great surface of tlt - ck, which may be covered with frame work, to receive passengers and freight ; and only hilf the number of horses used on board boat of equal "iiuriinuii,, are Bcccsiarj o carry wis raiudlr tlirongh the water. . 1 ' The Navigable Raf - Boat is instantaneously transformed into a powerful! tide - mill, by casting anchir, and afiizing n moveable hopper - mouth or flare, to each end of the raceway, and nay be profitably employed in that capacity, Hhen not in use as a conveyance. Person desirous of adopting this invention, hichis nerultnrlv fittrrt tr 1I tL Amrl9n rs, an invito to view a model, attne office of . uutliV, Architect and Engineer, 2 Law Omldin;, Nassau - street, New - York. S A Navigable Raft - Boat rosy be built "mplete m a month, including all the machinery. , C3 The ed.tor of the Boston Palladium. Al - , y Arjas, Philadelphia Freeman's Jonmal and uemocmic Pres., Baltimore Gazette, Cbarle - ,rn V.Otl - pr. ani1 Uirhmmul r.nnl,. ... SlULVf ,J jnCTt lhe ,wic for one Zr ' awl forward their acconnts to the adverti - r. ffib 13tf 6d TUESDAY next the first drawn number in the Medical Science Lottery No. 4. will be cuti - tied to the grand ca pital prize of 30,000 . dollars For a few chances, apply at the lucky lottery - office of JG...I k LAZARUS. 7 - 1 Maiden - Lane Where have been sold in former lotteries most of the highest prize. . ... Prize in former lotteries, foreign hank notes, and approved promissory note, will be received inpayment for ticket. A correct check book is kept at the lucky lot tery onice, which may tie examined ai an times frto ol ex pence fen l j ft I ED1CAL StlENCE LOTTERY, No. 4, IV I now drawings times a week CORRECT LIST OF PRIZES, 29tli drawing. Nos. 13,007, and 22,234 $50 each. 1st drawn No. on Tuesday next will be entitled to 30,000 dollar. Feb 13 tC3 TJ RIZE LI ST M coital Science Lottery, No. A. 4 27th day's drawin No. 8139, $3000 ; 220l6,1000; 2937, 50. suthuays drawing. No. 3498, $200; 4j05, 109; 5C35, 17203, 50 dollars each. Sold at Aliens. The Grit drawn number on Monday tnoniin next will be eutitled to 430,000. The t I0.C00 prize is floating. There are un drawn unites of 30.000. 10.000. 3,000. and 3 of 1000 dollars; beside several of 500, 200, 100, Sic. kc. Adventurer who wish these rich prizes are advised to apply this day at ALLEN'S Truly lucky office, 122 Broadway, Where No. 3320, which drew the great prize of 100,000, was sold and immediately paid, being the highest prize ever drawn in America. Feb 13 PURITY OF HEART, or a Woman as she should be ; an interesting tale, by an old wife of twenty years, price 87 1 - 2 cents, just published and for salo by COLLINS tc II ANNA Y, . Feb 13 230 I'earl - st. SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE and NAILS - 5 casks Spirits of Turientinc 5 do 10d Wrought Nails 3 do lOd Cut do 2 do 6d do do 2 do 4d do do Just received and for sale by BAKBARIN, STANTON k CO. feb 12 Iw 17 Fulton - slip. HOP3. - feb 12 - 2 bales fir sale at 67 . - oatli - st. CA.MBKELENG Si PEARSON. TLOUU. 125 barrels Richmond superfine Flour, just received and for sale by BOOKMAN k JOHNSTON, feb 12 57 S.iuth street. MOI.ASSES. 50 hhds. landing thU morning at Fulton - street whai f, E. R. from the brig Amethyst, from Demerara, for sale bv BOOKMAN & JOHNSTON, feb 12 3t 57 South - street, MOL VASES k HUM 82 cask first qua! ity Dcinarara molasses 4 puncheons ruin landing from the brig Amethyst, east side Steam - boat wharf, pier no. SI lor sale by GEORGE LACY, feb 13 lw No. 4 Fullon - slip TAEER bhUNS 6 bales first quality lor sale A - by tiAUl Ahlibl, feb ' 98 PiKe - street. B1 UE bv HUKU tc SEW ALL, da outn - treet. fob 11 f 10TI UN." 54 bale Pnme Upiand, tor sale ai oo souin - streer, ny Jan 27 WAi.SH Sc GALLAGHER st!QQ FLOUR. OOO bblssuperf. ) 86 half bbls do Flour, landing this day SI bbls fine ) From schr Adeline from Alexandria, and Margaret - Ann from Petersburg. For sale by DIVIE BETHUNE U CO. Feb 7 92 Coffee House slip. C4.NTON CRAPES. L&C. SUYDAM, havetust opened, an ele . eant asoitment of white, black, and col ored Canton Crapes, of excellent quality, for sale at no. oi .ttauen - iane. feb 10 5t MOLA - S.S, a:c 'lhe entire cargo of sthr, Cnlista, from Havana, consisting of 136 hhd?, tierces, New crop Mariel Molasses 4 bbls 72000 Seears, and 1 1 bbls Oranges. Commenced landing this morning, at Stevens1 vv nan, and lor sale Dy L. & C. D'FOREST, feb9 4t 111 Front - street, IVIOR SALE at the Upholstery Warehouse, . No. 43 Maiden - Lane: ' 450 feather beds ; hair, wool, moss and flock mat trusts, of all 5 bales rose and point blankets. JUST OPENED. Cheap elegant paper haueiuz, sattin paper and bordering. Rich white a cotton fringes, by the groce or uuzeo. Tassels and cords for blinds 200 set of window blinds 56 easy chairs at $15 each 22 Grecian sophaa First quality stools and foot benches Loose scats for parlour chairs Rooms and cabins furnuhed Chairs and soffas stuffed and repaired 4000 wt of feathers, hair and moss by the cwt, 400 cot bedsteads, with a large assortment of upholstery goods. Orders for the sprui? will be thankfully received and punctually attended to. 1 wo journeymen and two apprentices wanted at the above business. N. B. The house and lot No. 51 Rose - street, tor sale 4 houses and lots in Court - street, Al - bauy, and 2 farms in Goshen, Orange county Indisputable titles can be given to the purchas ers. A. &KUAU. Feb 9 lw puiuu, BlUJiOl, AC 16 case prime a nengni indigo, entuira to debenture 35 pipe Grav's Brandy 120 I - oxe Hill's Boston Chocolate, No. 1 & 2 1 - 0 kegs Philadelphia Starch 70 bags race Ginger (entitled to debenture) 10 boxes Sugar Candy 300 half and or. boxes SDrtnith errar. for sale bv JACKSON ic WOOLLEY. feb 7 75 Wall - street. BRANDY, FLOUR, FLAXSEED x RAl - SIS 20 pipes hruidv, bt Bonleiux 950 bbls. Baltimore Howard - street flour 54asks rotJTh flaxseed, and 400 boxes fresh bloom rakirs, f r sale by Mm TO? JIM ply to GEO. M. Wf,sovf eb 7 ' l"0 Water - strcei, For A Uxandria,. Georgetown and Washington l City. The schooner ADELINE, Edward Rummey, master, laving east side Cof fee House - slip, now loading. For freight or passage, apply to the master on board, or to DIVIE BETHUNE & CO. , feb 12 92 Coffee House - slip. freight Wmtitd for Philadelphia, On board o Ui e schr. THREE B RO - vTHERS, Foster, master, to sail posi tively on Sunday or Monday, (weather permit - ling.; Appiy on board, at Uittee house - snp, west side, or to GEO. M. WILSON, Feb 10 No. 130 Water - st. For Wilmington, A. C The schr UNION, Ephraim Dennett, master, will be ready to take in to - mor row, t or freight or passage, apply on board, west side Fly - market wharf, or to JONES Si MEG RATH, Feb 10 83 South - street. For LIVERPOOL. I i lie tiny I'linri.n, Auams, master, havmg her cargo all engaged, will posi tively tail on Tuesday next, wind and weather permitting. 1 wo cabin passengers more ran be accommodated. Apply to the captain on board, at Fly - Market wharf, or to B. W. ROGERS Si CO. Feb 9 235 Pcarl - ft. For jS'orfMk or Baltimore, The fine staunch new sloop REGU LATOR, VVm. Sowle, master. For ireighl apply t - j GEO. M. WILSON, Feb 7 130 Water - st. tor CITY POLST, l a.) The brig EUNICE, captain How, will sail in a few days, and will take heai y freight at a low rate. Wpplyoa board at 1'ine - st. wharf, or to CAMBRELENG tc PEARSON, Feb C 67 South - et. A SMOKE DtSt PICKLED FISH, Sic. fteJO Boxes N. S. herrings i?09 do Digby do A few tons plaster Also, pickled salmon, do. herrings, do. codfish, bMs. mackerel, do. shad For sale by SMITH, BLANCHARD Si CO. No. 35 Bnrlmg - slip. Schooner MAXAMILLA, F. Smith, master, will tal;o freight for Portland or Luucc Enquire as above. Feb 6 Iw For CH.iHLESlVA; The fast sailing schooner LOUISA, W Napier, master, being nearly loaded, will sail the first wind for the remainder, or passage, apply on board, west side Burling - slip, or to S. ALLEY, Feb 3 98 Pine - st. For MATAKZ.iS, (Cvba.) The brig Caroline, G. Munro, mas - er, will take what freight may offer this week For terms applv to ' JAMES D'WOLF, Jun. 57 Front - street. For FREIGHT or C.i.illTEH, The brig SIDNEY CRISPIN, bur. then 156 tons, a staunch good vessel. lately repaired. Apply as above. ff b 2 For OPOJiTO, i The schr. BETSEY, capt. Turner, Lburthen 97 tons, a substantial good vessel, only one year old, having a part ofher cargo engaged. 'For freight of the remainder, which will be taken on very reasonable terms, apply to GOODHUE & CO. jun 31 44 South - street. For LOA'OOADZKUY. The fine fast sailing ship FOSTER, N. Moran, master, having 7 - 8ths ofher cargo ready to go on board, will be despatched without delay, r or freight of 1UU to zuu tierce seed, or passage, apply to the master on board at pier no. 13, or to Jan 20 W. & S. CRAIG, O ILKS, tic. 6 cases pongees, 2 do twilled t3 sarsnots 1 do col'd rattios, entitled to debenture ; also 3 bales col'd cassugere shawls For sale by CAMBRELENG k PEARSON, Feb 6 G7 &'outh - sl rilOBACCO RICE. 100 quintals first qua - X lity Spanish tobacco 44 tierces prime Rice, pe.r schr. South Carol! na.for sale by JONES Si MEG RATH, ieb II 83 South - street. I AMAICA RUM. 15 puncheons 4th and 5th ,1 proof Jamaica Rum, ot superior quality, received persloop Jay For sale by LI. 9 R. CRUMP, 90 Pine - street. ( l.XSSWAKK, &.c 4 boxes assorted glass, VJi consisting of Laro sized Window Glass Decanters, Tumblers, Inkstands , Wn'ch Glasses, &c. 2 boxes Fowling Pieces, Just received per VVicifred, from Amsterdam on HAND, A quantity of muskets, entitled to debenture 5 ceroons first quality Indigo, and 2 bbls White Lead For sale by J C. ZIMMERMAN, fob 7 1m 72 Washington - street. 11 ULL St BOWNE have just received by the 1a tiorenzo, rom london, Dixon's Antihilious Pills Hickman's Pills for the gravel, &c. Ching's Worm Destroying Lozenges Roach's Embrocation Thompson's Cheltenham Salts Hayward'sTolu Lozenges Hen'rv's Culcin'd Masneiia. And a ceneral assortment of British Patent Medicines of repute, not mentioned above ; war ranted genuine, ana torsaie ai Jan 24 lro I4t reari - streei, 1 ANDLES, 60 boxes eastern mould candle! W just received, far sale bv feb 11 JUS. tlbBUKN. 63 Snutn - st. FLOUR 50 bUs. feb It Richmond Floor For sale GOODHUE Si CO. 44 South - street UM & CHOCOLATE 50 bis. 1st, proof XI New Rum 30 boxes UilPt Boston Chocolate Vo. 1 For sale by JACKSON Si WOOLLEY, jan 13 75 Wall - street. RICHMOND TOBACCO. Aic - 70 hhd. It prime Richmond Tobacco, now landinc from schr. Logan and Thames, lor sale bv IN STORE, 65 bbls Gne Richmond Flour 6 do fine Middlings. feb 9 791 HERRINGS. boxes 1st sort I Herrings of superior 177 do 2d dot quality. For sale by iSuonrnvn t, PriDcnv Jan 28 67 South street. 50 RUM, ic. ... t : n ;... . . i and landing from the brig David Richards, from Falmouth, (Jam.) asd ior sale by A. U. Ulil t . 69 Wasliington - street. Who hat for !e in store, L. P.TeocritTe Wine, f rasley brand) in quarter casks, imported Jnly, 1U 16 Do do in hhd. and qr. casks, do August do Do do in pipe, hhd. aud qr. cask, do September do 30 pipes 100 hlids and 230 qr. casks do entitled to ttebotiture 45 pipe Cape Madeira Wine, ship'd in 1313, from the Cape ot Good Hope, and entitled to debenture Port and old Lisbon wines, in assorted casks 59 boxes of claret wine 131 ' do grave wine and one cask cardwire. feb 7 tf HEMP, LEAD, fAlNTS, Ac Russia hemp, in lots to suit purchasers 80 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - 8 to 6 8 casks bar lead, 7 ton pig lead 50 bale India twine English sail ao seine twine 3 casks Prussian blue, 5 casks Vermillion 3 hhds verdigris 50 casks French yellow ochre Dry white and red lead 20 boxes tin For sale by PETER SCHERMERIIORN & SONS, 243 Water - street. Also, 200 anchors, of Hunt's make, from 40 to Z5LU wt. ' Cables aud cordage, of all sizes, best quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery. Feb 11 tf TOLTTNG CLOTHS. A large assortment M - 9 Boltinj Cloths, of superior quality, con stantly for sale, at reduced prices, by JOHN M'CRACKAN, febllDfcCtf 82 1 - 2 Pearl street. OMBAZETS. 3 bales assorted Bouiba aetts. just received per ship Nestor, from Liverpool, lor saie ai tw isunee nouse - iup. uy LA1DLAW, GIRAULT k CO. feb 11 lot - . . yr 1 i - , . SN AHL'UGS Si PAPER. 1 bale Osna V bin g, and 1 do Italian Paper, tor sale at 76 Pearl - street feb 11 CEBRA Si CUMING. I JOARD. An elderly ladv wishes to obtain Ij permanent board in a resectable private family, where there are no boarders. A line addressed to A. B. and left at this office, stating the terms and situation, will receive attention. feb94t IRON and COTTON. tons Eng. Iron, as I sorted sizes, landing from brig Thames, from .New - Orleans. . ALSO 100 sauare bales crime Upland Cot ton landing from schr Union, from Wilmington, lor sale by U. U. A - S. HUWJ,AINU, feb 11 77 Washington - street R ICHMOXD FLOUR. 200 barrels Rich mond superfine Fh.ur for sale bv N. LAWRENCE, 172 Fulton - st. or 27 Old - slip. QTATION'ARY. 3case English Letter and Writing Paper, for sale low, bv HUKU AI ChlVALu, feb 11 65 South - street. 'I TOBACCO, KLULR, Kc. 2 Lbds. sup. J Hicliinonu l obacco 65 bbls fine Richmond Flour 6 do fine Middlings 190 lbs. flotant Indigo 100 French Demijohns 5 qr. casks old Sercial Madeira Wine 4 do old Malmsey do do For sale by W. 8t S. CRAIG. Jan 19 I AMES D'WOLF, jr. 67 Krout - street, offers 9F tor salo 50 tons clean St. Petersburg hemp Russia duck 1G000 lbs. green coffee in hhds. entitled to drawback Roll brimstone, German steel do Writing and wrapping paper do 15 rases half - pint tumblers do Castile soap and mould candles do 1 case Leghorn hats do 2 cases cholets do I case platillas Feb 10 JAMAICA RU (I Ai FLOUR. 15 puncheous 4th and 5th proof Jamaica rum, of supe rior quality, and 100 barrels superfine Baltimore (Howard - street) flour, landing and for sale by K. till) Mr, Feb 9 90 Pine - st. tobacco, corroy, flour ajd IV HEAT. FIFTY - EIGHT hhds prime Kentucky tobacco 26 bales prime new crop N. Orleans cotton 1X3 bbls Hour, and 75 bushels wheat Received per brit Thomas, from New - Or leans tor sale at no. 87 Coffee - house - slip, by LAI I )L AW, GIRAULT U CO, Who has - e in Store, 1 case French linen ranil'i ics 1 bale superfine black cloth 2 cases Madrass Pulicate Hdkfs ; and 1 do imitation French cambrics Feb 11 lOt z 7AN IE CURRANTS. I cask containing 1000 Ins. lust landed and for sale at 67 Soulh - stieet, b CAMBRELENG k PEARSON, feb 11 ANTON CRAPES Fresh supply Canton trapes for sale by MARCH Si LOW, 210 Broadway. feb 11 CASHMERES, S.1TTIJVETTS AND CASSMETTS. A FEW cases blues, blacks and mixtures, of XI various kinds, manufactured for a (outhern market, will be (old low for cash or approved paper. Also, at reduced prices, several case of blue, black and mixed broadcloths, among which are some oi woicoirs supernne, at me COM. COMPANY'S Ware - House, 148 Pearl - street, feb 11 1750 QVICKSILVER, Ac. lb quicksilver 4000 lb liquorice root ; 5 case manna flake 12 bales gum arabic 1 bale long pepper ; a few cases cassia 2 cases containing castor oil in bottles 4 cases rhubarb. For sale by ROGERS Si POST, Feb 9 Iw 51 South - st. OGERS & POST, No. 51 South - street, of - XL ler tor sale 79 casks cut nails, assorted sizes, from 3d to sou 200 bags juniper berries 66 reams medium paper 100 do foolscap, No. 2 do 150 do ledger, vellum cap, pot and letter pper 40 dox. scythes, of approved brand Au invoice of screw augers do of hatters trimmings, assorted Feb 9 Iw J UMHER BKRKlEa 150 bags fresh imported Juniper Berries in lots to suit purchasers, rorsaieny BARB AKIN, STANTON & CO. feb 9 Iw 17 Fulton - slip. MOLASSES, FLOUK, TOBACCO, tic 68 puncheons molasses, now landing from Martinique. 200 barrels Richmond flour, now landing fromjthe schooner Atlantic. And 15 hhds Richmond Tobacco, landins fro - n the schooner Betsey, at Coffee Hous - slip For sale by . ROBERT GILLESPIE, Ieb a m Front - street. FIYE DOLLARS RLH'.llit). IANAWAY from the subscriber yesterday I. V afternoon, an indebted black servant named m, about 14 or 15 years of age, 4 feet S inches hish. Had on when he went awav, a dirk blue cloth coat and pantaloons, brown vest, white cotton shirt, good thick shoes, yarn stockings, drab over coat and a new hat. He took with him another suit, consistins ofa dark crecn cloth coat, white vest, brown pantaloon and w hite n en slim. All person arv torliKl harbouring mm it their peril and whoever will return him to hi master in Brooklyn, shall receive the above reward. JOHN MOTLEY, feMISt Brooklyn THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS. TK: RET no. 8.189 nhieh came up the floating prize of 500 dollars, was sold atJ the Book - Store and Lottery Olhre of JAMES A. KURIL'S Si CO. So. 19 Picx - stir, con sit a or W iTan - eTariT, J to a gentleman in this chv. feb 11 jt otTtrp. rn i tyri fjjfl A pleasantly situated and spacious Office, 33 1 Peart - street, a few doors above Pack - slip Apply to A, S ti VV. LIATUirUIVI SI Feb 12 35 Peck - slip. VALUABLK PROPERTY FOR SALE. Will be sold at public auction on the 25th Feb. if not previously disposed of at private sale, that well known and valuable property, situated on the turnpike road, abont 3 - 4 ofa mile from Brooklyn ferry, commanding a beautiful view of the navy - yanl ana Wallabout bay. It contains about nine acres of land, in the highest state of cultivation, having asparagus beds which produce $500 per annum ; with between 50 and 60 English cherry trees in full bearing. There are ou the premises two houses and a store. 'The hou&e, at present occupied by the subscriber, is large and very commodious, ana in sulhciciit rood order lor the reception oi aRy family. The barn is conveniently situated, aud in excellent repair. There are likewise se veral beautdul budding lots. Persons desirous of purchasing are requested to call on the subscriber, when they can exam ine ine conuiuou ol the property. Feb 12 TEUNIS I. JOHNSON. FUll 6 U.V., Three years unexpired lease, from 1st. of May next, of that eligible situation no. 154 brccnwicli, corni r ot Courtland - street, being well calculated for a respectable boarding house, and has been occupied as such fur several years : is a threestory well finished building Enijuire at the premises, feb 12 lw Si'. JOHiVb HALL, No. 8 Frankfort - street, t WILL be sold at public auction by Hoff - Vanijl man Ac Glass, on Tuesday the 17th inst. at 12 o'clock in the CeffecHouse lnhrmatioiihsto the property, title and terms of sale may be had by applying to Coinuhus liogert, iNo. 14 Cedar - street. . This property will he iieremptorily sold on the day above mentioned fo close the concern, but oneligihlc terms inrlhe purchaser, li n (its TO LET, Those two new and elegantly finished three story houses iNo. 10 am 12 Urond - struet These houses are limit in tnc modern siyie nnu finished in the very best manner, and fiom the very desirable situation, both as to pleasantness and for business, it is thought that they are not surpassed, if equalled, by any offered to be let in this city. Tlie apartments for stores in those buildings are so constructed as to be entirely dr tinct from the dwel.ins apartments, which con tains eleven rooms anc poilrHt., kitchen, tic. ex cluded. Every convenience tor larailies ol re n, i t - iliilitv is afforded in them. Persons desi rous of such situations nre invited to view them at anv h ur, from 7 io 5 o'clock, except Sundays The dwelling and stores will he let sepniate or together. Apply at 55 nro!wny, or to 6 ' CM AS. OAKLEY, 141 Front - ctrett. ALSO TO LET, That new two story brick houie No. 0 New - street, nigh to Wnll - street, possession 1st Mav. Also, house 27 Courthuult - 8lnet,in good order and fit for a genteel familv ; it being now in possession of D. G. Hubbard, Esq Possession l't May. Also, a good two story house at Green with, now in occupancy of Geo. Lindsay, Esq. Also, house No. 6 Cherry - street, suited for a boarding house, and the lower front room for a store. And House and two acres of ground, near Manhal - tanville, having garden, Sic. Apply as above. feb 10 tf FIRE PROOF iTOtr . To let and possession first of M.vv next, the foul lour story bra proof store, No. 34 South - st. between Coenties and Old slips. Enquire ol the subscriber, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber - streit. feb 9 If S. M.CRAIG. LOTS FOR SALE A T AUCTION. T Y order of the last will of Peter Stuy ver MJ sant, Esq. deceased, will be sold at auction on Tuesday the 17th inst. at the T. C. H. at 12 o'clock, BY BLEECKER Si BIBBY, Five valuable lots of ground (routing the catt side of Bowerv - lane. ad join ins the south side of Delancy - street Five lot on the west side of Christie - street and adjoining the south sue oi Delaucey - street Five lots on the south tide ol Delancey - street, between the Bowery - laue and Christie - street. The terms of sale are fifty d. 1 - lars on each lot, to be paid on the day of sale ; one third of the residue on the 1st of May ; the remainder, if required, in two equal annual payments, with interest annually .4 map ol the premises may be seen at the auctioneers office, Tontine Coffe House. rrp The buildings are to be removed by the present tenants by the 10th of May next, when the purchasers will nave possession. Feb 7 8t B LOOM FIELD ti FRAZEWS Pa Tt.JVT. THE public are invited to call at No. 38 Maiden - lane, and examine an open stove just constructed by the subscribers, alter a model imported from Amsterdam, with improvements of their own, and now for the first time mane in the United Mates. This patent combines all the conveniences and comforts of an open nre place with all the advantages of a close store ; aoord ine the cheap heat of the latter and at the same time the handsome and pleasant appearance of the former. For bed chambers they are uopa rail oiled by any invention yet seen in this coun try. ULOUJi'itLU sini6E.a. Feb 12 tf PRIVATE LODGINGS. A GENTLEMAN and LADY of the hishest respectability wish to obtain board and lodgings in a pleasant situation, and respectable family, where there are no other boarders. Their express object in this advertivemeat is to meet with lod;ings where no other boarder! will be taken." It is presumed this opportunity might be beneficially embraced by some family who have never been in the nana oi taxing noaraers. out WHO irom a wisn toennanceuieir income ana a desire for comfortable society might not have an objection to take Z steady respectable per son tar a nerroaoencv. If tbev could be accent - raodaied with a separate sitting room, it woein bean additional . recommendation, and to save trouble, if such lodgings can be obtained, 1,000 ... "ill I 1 . IL - J .1 - dollars per annum win ne given, n imt uuurt - i sed to li. Z. and left at this office, will be attend edto. feblZbt FOR SALE. A case of very superior Pistols, hair triirgers, made by Beckwitb, London. A Riffle Gun with Sword bayonet Also, two dozen mahogany Chair frames, newist London patterns, to be seen at LAW tl uLTLEIi, feb 12 127 Broadway. MARBLE FOR BUILDING, le. fin H E proprietor of the southern marble qua - a ries. near King's - unuge, gio uoi " ,k. hon.l and Are receivinr. at the . . . .. .. j I; I J Cvnl nf hingt - Hnage juaroie ana ine - ji", ". stock of marble ior building, of the following de u., - K Miih houii nver. au v.rH.. scriptions, viz : . A'liiar I "i"us , Watertable Foundation Stone Steps I Chinmey - Pieces , Plaltorms I Faangs Sills, Lintels I Columns Arches Also Lime of the best quality. try A constant supply of the above materials m - iw b calculated upon ; and those desirous vt purchasing, or making engagements, will apply , EZRA LUDLOW, Feb 11 lm At the Yard. - XT I1ITE LEAD GROUND IN OIL. 1 V 400 kes. of 2tllb. each. White lad, - round in oil, just received per ship William, or sale by I vtJSLTl K L.AUIUf.3, kb 10 South - street. PUBLIC SALlEft BY J. P. DIETERICH St CO. AT PRIVATE SALE, 5000 acres of land, in Wood Cosmty. (Va. within 10 mile of Marietta, and & mtfes from the Ohio Kiver. 1230 do in the town of Platttburgh, Clinton Cosmty, New - York. 400 do. In Pike County, Pennsylvania, and an excellent improved farm of 200 acres, on the Coshtcton turnpike - road. The two last will be exchanged for property in the citv of New - York, or lor mercLan - cL'zc. Apply at the auction mom. NOTICE. fJ - The subscribers havine entered Into partnership, the STOCK. K EXCHANGE BUSINESS heretofore conducted by R. H. NEVTNS, will le continued under the firmof KEVINS : ' roiVASbitO. RUSSF.LL II. NEVIK3, ELIHU TOWN. - K.Sl). feb 3 NOnt.'E. jyThc citizen arc requested to be pa'ticia lar in causing the snow and ice on the ride walk and gutters to be cleared off, and when it canuot be done without injury to the pavement, to be strewed with s.iud ori'.slio?, in confoi mily to an ordinance of the corporation in such case mado and provided A their salcty'and comfort materially depends ufiou their attention in this particular, it is presumed that the law on this subject will be strictly complied with. JNO. M'COMB, Street Coicmissioncr. Street Coin. Oliice v . . 3d Feb. iai:; TAKE NO I K E, (ttr All persons bavins demands neaiiHt, and thosu indebted to the estate ol W illiam Risers, deceased, are requested to call upon 1HOMA3 MASTERS, Esquire, No. 9 Wall street. Dated Jan. 19, 18111. ANN ROGERS. Executrix. Jan 21 dim . NEW - YORK SLATE COMPANY. rry The Stockholders are hereby requested. t attend an annual election for nine directors, ' to be held at the house of Joseph ftaker, No. 4 ' Wall - street, on Mondiy 9th February uext The poll will open at 1 1 and close at 1 o'clock. JOHN M'COMC, Sec'ry. Jan 29 huterpum Society 24 Concert. 07" The cnuiiuitii - e of the Eut, rpean Society having resolved in i;ive a second concert oo the 24 tti it: - r. at (lie City Hotel, each member will be entitled to six lieliels. hy applying to the secretary at No. 206 kr - iutlv ay, oo or before the 21st instant. By order, fen 9 124 JOSEPH KNiCHT. Sec'ry. ( The assignee of the estate of Mrs. Sidney Hewitt, (in order to give time for all her ci editors to come in and participate in the funds provided for them,) do hereby evteffsk the time of vender njf their accounts to Mr. T.lake, at No 3 Law Buildings, the 1st of March nsniiiff Feb 2 lm UMO.S liANK, lUlhFeiiruaiy, lhl8. 03"" The stockholder are i quested to attend at the banking house. No 17 Wall - street, on Thursday, the 12th day of March next, to elect , eleven directors lor the ensuing year. Tbe poll will rpen nt ten o'clock and shin a: two. The trans'vr books will be shut from 1st until 13th March. By order of the board of directors, fehlOliu JOHN LOW, Cashier. LIT ASsEMbLi". fr7 The managers give nonce that the next ass in My is postponed to Thursday, the 36ih in stant, ten I 41 CURl'wUA I ION NOTICE, ftt - Application havinz been nmde to the; corporation for opening and extending Oliver - street Irom uancxer - street to s.natiiam - cquare : Notice is therefore given to all persons interested therein, that they sTiew cause, H any they have, why said street should not be opened and improved, agreeably to the prayer of tbe petitioners. The ob jections to be made in writing on or before the 16th inst, By order, JOHN M'COMB, Street Commissioner. Street Commissioner's Office, 1 0th Feb. 1 18. S feb 11 l0rJ 'The Forum will lie opeilcd oo Friday evening rrxt, the 13th instant, at the Assembly Room, City Hotel, when the following question will be discussed, " Is the education of yonth at public seminaries of learning preferable to private tuition." The discusrion to commence at 7 o'clock pre - . cisely. Ticket to be had at I). Loiigworlh's, Park. and at the door, at 25 cent each. The surplus proceeds to go to the House of Industrv. Feb 11 3t rrj It is particularly requested, that tho gentleman who borrowed a Field Hook, of the subd. vision of Great Lot No. 4, in the Hat den - burgh patent, would return it to the subscriber at No. 2 Greenwich - street, feb 11 lw JOHN R LIVINGSTON. NOTICE. (7 - To avoid mistake which occur, by reason of a similarity in firms, L. k WM. W. D'FOREST will hereafter do business under the firmof D'FOREST k SON.4 frbll Iwt NOTICE. (C All persons indebted to the late Divig Ross, Bookbinder, are requested to pay the amount of their respective debts to the subscribers, and all those having demands against his estate are requested to present the same for settlement at 127 Ilroadwty. New - York, 5 JOHN GIBSON,? Execu - Feb'y. 12,1818.5 WM BUTLER, J tors. feb 12 3t " NOTICE. 0 - All persons having claims against the e - tat nfCunt - William Tavlnr. deceased are de sired to present them to the subscriber for settlement, and those indebted to said estate are re - auested to make payment without delay. UUI'il M'RItll JAMES M'BKIUE, Administrator. feb 12 lm MECHANIC HALL. VERT XVXB1SO THU WKKK. MR. STANISLAS, ever wishful fo gratify a liberal public, has devoted some time in brincine forward for those evenings, one of the greatest pieces of human invention ever presentca before an eulightened audience, railed tlie I em - pie of Mars. This astonishing and incomprehensible piece of mechanism, nt tJie command of the exhibitor opens it doors nnd displays in he bkek ground the bust of the illustrious Vashingtoa 1 the temple changes and discovers lhe Goddess of LVberty and Faroe descending from the clouds .ik rJ laurel, and ulaCIOK it OU his hd disnlaving the motto Homage to the lm neso, onyii, a rin,ih.,M,i;p,iim,i mortal wasuing'"" - l t bills of the day. Fehg NEEDLES BY RETAIL. rpHE subscriber, in addition to bis former ex - 1 tensive variety, ha iitt opened an essort - ai' of of Needles, ofa superior quality, which he has iuit received from an emineut Needle Mang - facturer in England, on terms which enables him to warrant them to bis customers, consisting; of Superfine gold eyed needles Imperial queens' Sharps, Imperial silver eyed betweens .assorted from Imperial silver eyed blunt ' No. 1 to 12. Imperial darners and Mockinsie's saddler's blunts. J No naim will be snan :l bv the Subscriber to keep at all times as complete an assorim. nt of the above nrtie'e as any in the city, and hi - customer may be assured that none but best needles will be kept by him. Also, an assortment of rich clasps for ridicules. Succcessor to Mr. N. Smith. 1 1 1,:. u.u nA r inil nerfume ranuac - . tory, sign of the Golden Rose, No. 149 Broad - "j ROMtiAZETiS. I KJ. U U.J - A FEW bales black iwrnbaiatts, ju rcv., I V nershio Nestor, and lor sai. yj DANIEL OAKEY, 51 Waiiaia - tt. 10 lw Feb

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