The Evening Post from New York, New York on April 3, 1818 · Page 4
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jfN CHANCERY. . . i ki1 mf JVo.VarL. at. I II nniUU oT'U aider of thil bwvoBrabfe - I Z. - t in the above cum. Will be told - ,' at public aBClioa, at Hu (.' Hotel, ie the village of Sewburh.oa the sixteenth day of April mm, at twelve o'clock at boob, under the direction pi . fh iuTihvr : All that certain tract of land sit - ' Bale, lying and being at Little Britain, in the town of Newr - Wiudsor, county of Orange. and state of New. York, and it founded as follows - - o the ast by tb lands ol the heirs of John wei - '; ling, deceased, on the north by the lands ofRo. ' bert R. Burnet, on the weit by the laodi of f n ra1 Jeme Clinton, and on the south iy the UnAt nf th heirs of Samiud 1. L. Norton, decerns - ' ed, containing three hundred and ten wrrf of land, te uie Mine more or less, who iw ditameots and appurtenance! to the tame belong - : - Ilatarf Febru - ' ary 17, 1 11 ft. . i THOM A 9 BOLTON, fab 28 lawtAnldtt 1 Matter in Chancery. PRACTICAL. Familiar and ptrinJ Ser - JL mona ; designer! rorparocniai instruction i by (he Kef. Edward Cooper, Kecf lor of Ilaiu.taI, Rid ware, and of Voiall, w in 'county of SJaffurd, and late feUow of Allsouls Col - Irg Oxford; ia tire volumes. (For a review V (hew cxcfllmt termor look In the Christiaa Olmivef.) J int received, and for sale to sub - aeribers and others, price 4, at f2 Pearl street, mh 25 2aw2w rTrtiuportatum to Pitttburgh, thruugh (ftt Halt .. - I tf Scm - York. , THE subscriber, w - ho list been enpaged f'if several years in forwarding merchandize to different parti of the United States, offers jus service to Uie merchants ana irxacri tee western states and territories, as agent .transport property of every deoriiion from the ci.y of New - York to Pittshurgti, in tnestateo Pennsylvania Goods shipped at New - York onboard mtb wmtxbm una" f sloops for Albany, con be delivered at l ittsDurjrii, it is .believed, M as short a time, as by any other route yet 1 recovered j the price of transporta tion Tor the whole distance never exceecing six dollars per cwt Proper care ha been taken to select gentlemen of respectability as agents on the several route communicating with the Alleganr river i and where extraordinary ex ertions are required, a confidential person thoroughly acquainted with the country, will aeoompwiy the goods. All communications on this subject, pott paid, will receive the earliest attention ol tue suoscnoer, wnowr prucu security will rive a credit or u monuis on a Jarge proportion of the account . ,7 . , CHARLES SMYTH. Albany, state of New - York, 2d February, 1818. . Reference - to Messrs Satterlces tV Co. and Mewrs. I. liycr.and II. Ilinkui.New - Yoilf. - feb7 2aw ..... . - NOTICE. .A LL persons indabted to the etlate of Runlet XJl H ubbard, esquire, late sheriff of the city aud couaty of New - York, at theriff, are re. queried to make payment to Jamei L. Bell, squire, present iheriffof the city and county ol New - York, on of before the first day of May next er alter that period the bills remaining unpaid will be put in rait. , CATHERINE HUBBARD. Feb 1 1 2awtl.V1ay Administratrix. for BOS W ELL it XE vrOlN E'OiMTcT r't all) transact vendue and commission business, Petersburi;, (Virxiuia. . TUy oct'4uioiHilly make advances upon consignments coiDOiitteil t o their charge. Reference in New. York to Messrs. Campbell H Laurence, and Woe. ami Saml. Craig. . mh30eod6w Tb I Hfc PUBLIC. fTMlE suhKhbers are readv to contract to fur - J. nun almost anv ausiitit v of Mnrbl, from CHeir auarrv at Kinsshhdee. The marble is si milar in colour and superior in quality to that of wmcn the front ol the City Hall is consirucied II can be not out to almost anv size and diineu lioni, loiiahle for every part of building, and would he delivered in the roueh. or prepared for the building, according to order, at n moderate rate and at a short notice All orders may he fcxleed at 1. It C. BOLTON'S bflice,' No. 63 Broadway, ornt Mr. GIUEON TUCKER': Wo. 4 White - street, or at the quarry, with M UEoKtiE W. HALL. mh IS 3tnv'm VitbOLUTIUjY Of COPAKVJftUSUIP, (ttT" The co - partnership heretofore exHinu between Caleb 8. Brower - and George F. Thomas, under Uie firm of Brower k Thomas, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The concerns of the firm will be settlfcJ bv Caleb. S Brower. C. 8. BKOWF.R, G. F. THOMAS. Saw - York, March 13th, 1818. ' N. B. The plumbing business will still he ear ried on by the subscriber, at the old established Stand No. 313 Water - street, where all orders in hit line will be attended to with punctuality and illinium. An apprentice wonted to the above huiines. CALEB 8. BROWER. ah IA PIANO FORTES. RMEETZ. 10 Muiden - lane, has jitst ree'd per snip Washington, from London, an assortment of piano - fortes, from the manufac tory of Astop j among which are very elegant Cabinet n'uuoa, with harp pedal, of superior workmanship, well worthy the at tent km of tnone who wish to supply themselves with a good instrument. Aluo for sale, piano - fortes, of Tompkinson's and Broudwood's make London, and E rard's Paris, together with harps, and an assortment ol the newest music. . mh 13 dlwfceod3w f 'Ori S.H1K. A very profitable FARM, of 110 acres, two liiirdi under cultivation, the residue wood land, situate on the sea shore, a quarter of a mile below she narrows, on the Staten Uland side and a short nde Irons the steam boat ferry landing It Kives a very extensive view of the bav aud en viroos ot New - York, within the Narrows, and 01 SatKly Hook and the ocean For prospect is equalled by oone. The title is unquestionable. Two thirds of the purchase money mjy remain secured upon the land. Apply to A. V. D. Fouu - taia 00 the premifes, or to W. A. SEELY, 143 Greenwich - street TO LET. a convsniei t new 3 storv bouse adjoining the above, with a garden and about an acre 01 land, r or terms apply as above, snh J eodtf HATS TOSIAH WILSO.V in Jr forma his friends and the puhlic, that he has removed bis hat warehouso to 160 . Broadway, between Maiden lane and Libcrtv - atreeL for the better aic.iui.iimUtioii ol hi. retail customers; where he has onstantty on hand, an expensive spi!y, from his manufactory, of Ladies' Beaver Hals, compruin - every fcuhiou and description of colos, qaality, and variety of pat - tern the workmanship exetllent, and aJai.ted . to this or any other market. He keeps on hand (which h receives regu'.arly, once a week, trom bit factory) a constant supply of the Drat quality f Gentlemen's American Beaver Hat', mum,. fact u red under bis own inspection, of dnnKi. and excellent materials, finished in the neatest Bad most fiuhiooahU style. J.W. also hat for sale at hit warehouse, a large vnd regularly replenished assortment of eentle - men's fashiooabla Ixmdoo Beaver Hats, selected with treat care, as to workmanship and atiatitv. Likeaise, Aaverfcan xcanufactured bats, of every deipriptioo and kind, suitable to this or. any other market. tnch 30 Sawtf rpURKS ISLAND SALT.5500 buslielt J. brigbt Turks l!and 8aK for sale by TUCKER tl LAURJE3, its 9 Soutto - itrsjat. he en At V ty ship 5 til INDIGESTION, SOUR 8TOMAC3I, ' 15 Kkaowledeed bv jnedical writers to be ai i ootraint of stabbora Iliad, and at all tuao frcrvdimcultofcara.. This - st saficientfy iilns trated ia thedisapvoietxaeat of those wba antor - taaateiy SDHeraiider it, as tney, wr uk aw i , Aiul that mtlmr havinv triA nianv tllinKS tO little or no purpose, they are at last obliged to ese (lor K M.uiJf r lire) such articles as can at best but palliate thediiease. Under such circomitances, any medicine capable of removing the complaint, must surely be an article highly deservina the attenUoo of all those who are ainiriea who ii ? sacn '"'"'"r iVr i .ith in DR. MEAU'9 AMl - UYfcEI' - 1 IC or STOMACH PlLLS - the success ol which has never yet been equalled, for the cure of dyspepsia in its niosi complicate " as loss of appetite, aa tea, heartburn, flatulency, kaawiag pain ia the stomach, pain in the - f.i - naiVfiell in ltf COUBte HW!i,MWinii.1 r - ' 7 . . . n.nri' languor. lowMts of spirits, pain ia vie bead, rirtio or gidiiiness, and disturbed sleep. Whoever applies these, pins in uieanove uiifW) arenrdine to the directions, will never he disap pointed, as they have never been once known to tail 1S producing a rauicai anu permanent cuiv. Th use of a sinsrle box will convince the most unbelieving - of their efficacy. They will .must effectually remove all ourneii of the stomacn, not merely by neutralising the acid, hut by cur rectine that morbid state ol the ecretions rfhirl gives rise to it. and at the same lime will rrstorr la thadebilitated orrans ofdizetion. that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to the well rwinr of the animal economy, rnce one dollar per box. For sale by jvun j. muiirisuw, f nigRiH No; IWIGreenwich - street. Wheri tnav he hurl, wbolelsle and retail, large and general assortment of genuine Urugs and Meilicinrs : burgeons murumeni - . nw'. ary's i.las ware ; tngmnana smrnwn tent Medicines. Also, Uyer's and Kul kr's arti ties, Medicine Cherts, sVc. On liberal terms. mh fm TEN DOLLARS REWARD. s - iKiwi V - from lii nnnrenticetblD. KJJ' tt WARD YATES, a son ol Edward Yates, Livery Stable Keeper, mai.ien - i.ane. i bora bov is a little rising of eighteen years ol ... .hn,rt Ac ret 4 inches biun. long virage, sharp chin, brown hair, and is a ve7 intelligent ho. The above reward will lie paid to uy per son bringing him to the subscriber, or giving inr formation where he may be found. JOSEPH BAUUUl i, uuii iUiier, Corner of Grand street snd - flnwery. Or to ' WM JACR&un, to ciiainam - ri. N. tt. flronp su'nicioai are entertained that is lurking about his father's premises in Maid - Lane. Anv nersoa harbouring the above ap prentice, or any master of vcisvi taking him off, will be prosecuted with the utmoit rigour oftiie law. rub 3U tl FLAaTEROF PARIS MANUFACTORY, the foot of Harrisoutttreet, North - River, lTHERE manufactured i'laiter, forcorni - V eei and other nuimuei. ciav be had. war ranted of the first uunlity, at one dollar and twen Jilt unit per biuM, l lie manuluctory is conducted by Mr. John Tucker, who has served a regular apprentice to the mason business. nib SI . JOHN BYERS. MEDICAL Si IENCE LOTTERY No. b. b C 11 E M E. 1 prize of 4100,000 is J 100,000 1, of 60,0(10 50,000 1 or 80,000 20,000 1 of - 10,000 10,000 1 of 5,000 5,000 2 of 2,tH)0 4,000 45 of i 1,000 45,000 52 . of 100 6,0li ,3o0 of ISO lGO.UCti 464 Prizes 10,536 Blanks IG.000 Tickets at $75 each, 400,000 Sjesa iiinn iwrti uiniiKa iu a irie. Will draw five hundred numbers each day un completed. Part ol the ahove prises io oe ueierminea as ioiiows. . 11m kmt drawn numbers from the Grit to the fifteenth day inclusive shall be entitled to $1,000 each. The first drawn three thousand blanks to be en titled to $30 each. THE FIRST DRAWN FTvMBKJl Off THE 16th dav $2,OC0 17th day IHIh day 1'Jth day 20th day 21st dny l.UOO . 1,000 1,000 50,000 1,000 . 1,000 d day 23d day 24!h day 1,000 . S,(KH) jjlh day ItlO.OlM The drawing to commence on the first Tuei dnvinAueutt next, lickets for sale bv the munagers until Hie loin tprn. ah im iieaeu remainine in their hnnd will be sold jit auction. accornins io law. a inr e nion iioiei, in me i iiv ..... - ... it : ii. . of New - York, on the 27th April next, at ten o'clock in the torenoon. 9AM L. L. MITCIIII.L, Z mh 10 eodlm By authority of the alet of tfexc - .lntty and. JVVui - York. PHR MILFORU A: OWEGO ROAD LOT .L TERY, for iRRilituting the mtercoume be tween the western parts of the Mate ol New York and the City of New - York, through Uie Stales of Peiioiylvanin an I New - Jersey. st;itf..u;. 1 prize of 70,000 DOLLARS 1 35,000 DOLLARS 2 10,000 I MILLARS . 2 5,000 DOLLARS 10 1,000 DOLLARS 30 600 DO.. LARS 140 100 DOLLARS 3200 30 DOLLARS 3JK6 Prises not two Blanks to a Prize 10,000 Tickets Part ni the Prises wi II be determined as follows : First 1000 Blanks. Thirty Dollars each. First drawn No. 1st day, will be entitled to Ul ..T..MblO., 5 MOSS KENT JEREMIAH JOHNSON JOHN M'LEA. . )? do 2d do 500 do 3d d 1000 do 4th do 600 do 5th do 5000 do 6th do 5O0 do 7th do . 100OO do Kth do 500 do 9th do 1000 do 10th do 500 do llth do - 350iKi do Kth do 500 do 13th do 1000 do 14th do 500 do 15th do 700HO do 16th do 500 do 7th do 1O0O do lftth do 600 do lyih do 1000 do SOth do 500 This Lottery will commence drawing at the citvof Jersey, on the first Tueadav in May next, and will be compl'ted in twenty drawing". The nrizrs will be paid at the Union Bank, in the ri tv of New York, sixty days after the drawing will be finished, subject to a deduction ol Is Per cent. CHAS. KINSEY, J D. STUART, Commissioners JNO. LINN. ) Tickett 30 dollars each. Adventurers and Dealers ran be supplied on application to ISAAC G. IKiUr.S, Jan 80 eodtf 48 Wall - street FOR SAI.FL A pair or hay imnsF.s; found. For partic ulars re II broke ar.fl rail nl Shaw's Li Vfrv1"n'p. " 'jberty - street, near Broadway FOR SALE, on renaonable terms, the Utenails complete for a SOAP and CANDL E Man - J ''1rpwisel first rate Mould and Dipt Candles uia lory. l z ZkV 00. rjauatt - street, DiQ 30 lW ft aJ rfj (Uvfli acres of laad ia Wsst - Cbestcr, ream this crtv.v Oa tha premises are a good dwelbng - boese, baraaad lowi - noose, a thrift, yoanc orchard of grafted iruit, a garden withaipiraeus beds, sltfui.berjr of Booseberry, "urrants an3 .trawbernes with a well of ne ver - failing pure soft water, well calculated for distilling. The stages pass every day to e - Yor k. a e.stl twice a week j being ooly a quarter of a a. a aswasw - . - oale (roaithe cAVEJf3,. 158 Broadway. Also for sale, a good substantial light waggon, calculated for one or two horses; to be seen at Sandford's Livery Stables, Broadway, Hir i.,tret. Ennuire as above. .. mbliu ' TO REST, The Assembly Room, with the adjoiu iuTTpartments, in Ron's Duiiuins.. o. j - o Eultoi - street. next to the w,'0'4"? - - t7. nremiKsare well calculated, for a arge - w" - ... i i.. m .itnaiinn and sixe. is well cat culated for an auction esUblishment fr furai ture and other sales. . ti.. kv. .in herentad ior any term not ex ceedinc seven years from the 1st of May next S of the subicnber No. 107 Fultoq - .treet. nihUdtf . B. E. BLISS. JSm TO LET, f!"fl Thnut inacious HOUSES, Nos. 41 and sTtv all - itreet, lately known at the MerchnnU' Hotel. They will be let eithef together or se - parately. The house No. 4 1 ,nas a Duuoing ia the rear of it, containing twenty bed rooms with Brs - nlaces. which makes it one ol Uie mo.l ae sirable situations iu the city for a boarding house, csueciallv as the lower rooms may be let with advantage either tor insurance or broker's offi ce!, t or terms PP'y . . GEORGE BUCHANAN, mh X7 14t 4 Stout - lane. TO LILT, The HonseNo. 78 Broad - strt, with the office, i lice, store - houe, and stahlts contiguous, and ppertaining thereto. iu LbAsr., For a term of rears, in lots or parcels, that part of Rose Hill situate on the ia, 3d, nnd 4tl. avenues, on the 23d, 34th, 25lh, Gtl , 27t:,, iitil,, and 2yth streets, which belcngs to Mrs, Ado Uo gers. For particular apply to , JAiYIE9 I1A VI1I. HJ.xi, mh 13 tf No. 3 Law Built injiS. TO LET, The house in Hudson - square, lately occupied by John R Murray, Esq. It is pa - mus anu elegant, and possessed ol every re quisite convenience. Possession may be Isait iiumeuiately - For terms, apply to MAJUIC J. l.lLLtSflK, 79 (up sUim) Pit.e - s.reet. N. B. Tlie above prop - rty ill be sold to any one desirous to purchase, and the py - ent made convenient. niti Jl 'J O LKA UK, fr a term of atari, The house and lot No. 20 Cedar street, oiiluiiungsix rooms witb fire placet, liesidet the kitchen, pantries, vaults. Ac. and a well of good water. For sale, the unexpiaed term, eleven yean, of (be lot No. 69 M.irrav street, in the occupation of William I'uiteri .11, ou lese from the Episco - al Uhurchdust. hrpnt. Inquire ol J. W. i W. C. MULLIGAN, feb25 ritl No. 44 Pine - street. TO LET, The following House, viz: I behouse No. 95 Jnlm - stre - et I'he house No. 97 do ; I'he house and store No 395 Pearl - street The house and store No. I M Cherrvreet .... r. ... t . tir JSJILH cri 1 , feb2l No.5ltowery. TO LPT, The small 3 storv brick house No. IT Peari - street, suitable for a person Cxrrying on a trndo in the bouse, having a light garret and a middling sixed store. Possession given imrae diutely. Enquire of IIA VIU O I ll.l.vv AUUU.l, mh 31 tf Stone - street, near Broad - street. TV Lkl r;:Sl A twostorv house, with aharn and five aeres of land, situate about two and a half mile trom the city, opposite the arsenal. To a person who is in the habit of attending market and would cultivate the land as an early vrgetanie garden, it is an object. Rent 200 dollars. Ap ply at 3 Broadway mh 0 11 Of TORE 10 LET, The fire proof store in Govemeurs lane, between Water and Front - street, from 1st May next. Applvto TUCKER k LAUR1ES, mh 31 29 South - street rrrt rT Lnail The well known country eat, formerly occuDied bv Johu S. Roulet, Esq. opposite Uiat of Mr. Dept Titer, no the BIomingdate Road. Apply to LARUE, PALMER it CO. mh 2H Iw 71 Wabingtoii - lreet. H AST I El). A room suitable lor an Office, in or near iludson - atreet. Apply at tins oflice. mh2i tr TO FARMERS. fflHE subscriber can furnish Uie farmers of JL the adjacent country with ground Planter of Paris in any quan'ity, on the shortest notice, iu barrels or otherwise. JOHN BYERS, Feb 21 tf Foot of Harmon - st. N. R, EOH SALE, a COLOURED BOY - the " law a smart, sober and industrious lad - understands all kinds house - work, and taking carp of hordes ; also working 00 a farm or in a garden He is nineteen years of age and of a stood diiDoiition. Any person mat want' a mu possessing those qualifications, will get inform a tion at !lo to Bowery. mh26f - ELIJAH AVAKO. NEW MUSIC. IUST puhf.ihed hv VVM. DUBOIS, at his I pianoforte and music store, No. 13 Broad ifraham's celebrated Polacca, arranged as Rondo, hv Steibell Favorite Venetian Air, arranged as a ronuo. hv l.atour Paddy O'Carrolt, with variations for the piano forte, by P. K. Mdran. nu.e.o. O softly sleep my Baby Boy The Last Token, or remember me. 'Also, all Mr. Pbilipps' songs to be had a 1 hove. h 17 7'e Lease for a term of wtari. m WO lots of KTound. in the vicinity of tit JL ceutre market, ane fronting An Orange street, (nearly opposite the Irish CliUrcb; Ui oilier on Kynders - street. Apply to D. S. JO R.s. F.q. 44 Pine - street, or J. T jdNE.S, mh2t 2w 16 Nassau - street. 17 OK A . tbe ! Saddle or Gig. Apply at the f Tub mh 31 3t Stable, in Stone - trcet. Jo the OJicers, Mdtrri and SaiLurt of tin Hiro - Intwnary H'ar. THE Officers and soldiers of the Revolutir nary Army, and tie Orliters and Sailors of the Navvofthe I'nited - Statea. who served in tbe Revolution, can have their namrt 4jredoa tbeJ Pension list 01 llie I'mteil - Mates, ateoriiiogtoltie act of Congre, passed March 18, 1810. ti provide for persous ensged in the land and Naval ervice ol the United States during tlie Reiolu - ... . . 1 . 1 nonary v ar, oy ajTivin; in ine ninrnwr. 'SAME3 BLCKMASTER, mhSI tw 91 Nsae street MEDICAL. 'OCTET Y fry A quarterly nH - e'in? of the New - Yotk County Medical Society will r he'd on Monday, icljool, lor puoiicmeHiis'; . - rK.m being upwards ol 60 feet in fength, and a - L...( cn it, breadth, with a 14 leet ceiling. . : . MBAt.liBl ' Ilia lupire dav (Q line fi.iir til tuin are lim t i i led (io 20 the the r J. & in the Olhinst. at 4 o'riocic. at w ashinrtcn II all. C. W. EDDY, M. D. Set'rj. ap 1 5t KjwbcIuist ana CAI'AinaiCtAatAdt$tA - t - - - EArVCS Newbarcheve - .2V ' 2 Li re Sunday, 1 uesday, f . mA lfuril moraines, at laree o'cloca, runs uirouu . .. m l . 1 1 i.. Moott' - msry, Kloomingnnrgn, i.iwiie.ei., j White Lake, Coshecton, Mouot Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Feint, Owega, lthicai and Geneva, to Canandigna. . Retui ning leaves Canandaigua every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornmgs at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, Uie third in time to take the Steam - boaU which arrive in V ew - 'ot k the Mlowing mominp;. mag be txpeciti tltat at all t?wt vhen Iht iteam - bvati alter their dayi if ruimwg, thai tfiu will alter to a to meei them - The whole route will be perfomed in three davs. from Uie first of Mav, until the first of . .. . i' c - u NoremDer sna irom ene nrai ui nmcuiucrj until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March uniil the first of May, in davfc and from the 15th December, un - the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to Uie city ofNew - York and run from thence to Cauai.daigiia in four days. Pseneera travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, Can leave N York in the evening steuin - bnats, and arrive in Canandaigui in three days a distance of three hundred mil s. The line is well furnished with jtikmI. new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every atten - will be paid to render the passage ot the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it U believed that the accommodations on this line equal to ufiy litie in the state. ' UTJ FAKE from Newburgn to Uanandaiirua FOURTEEN 1LLARS. N. B. A blanch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Alto, a - runs from Owego Tioga I'oiiU, thence through Newtown and Tainted Post, to lUlh, BAGGAGE, as usual, at Uie rUk of the owners. David Godfrey, riloominshur'h, F. (.'. St. J llin. jtluui.t i'leaiunt. L. Si R. Maiming, Chenango, U'ropric Luther Gere. Itluca. 1 tors. Samuel G:e - enliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lancing, mh Ild6m LAI IK. I REN en ASP ITALIAN I.ANCCAl.ta. M It. C.cA l I. forinerlr iirendnit ul the Atiienr.Li r.f I leviao. and Deroe - tuul SPi 'e lari ol tin. Ariidumvoi belles Leitrei, at Ve nice, He. eu,r ins services a teacher ol me i.a in. Itulian unci t rench landuaeet. in academies, loitrriiii' rchuols. or private lemons. He would have uo objection to take ioard in a refpecta . . ... : . l i 2 I . 'it' urivuit iHUiiit wiin vuuuii ui unicr tu iici' them it the languages. Sufficient refereoces will he given. Any command addressed to him me care oi weitrs. nerara itionaon, no. Maiden - Lane) will meet with immodiate at tention. mh2018t ALUAHLE REHL EbTATE FOR SALE, 15 THE UTT. OF BKW - TORE. TIVE lots of ."round 011 the west side of Green . wich - street, between Vestry and Detbros - es - ttreets, 25 by 80. Firiir do in the rear of the above, fronting on eaut side of Washington - street, Za by hu. ' r.igi.t doin the blora. below, between wash' instor and Weit - itfeets. la .vionigomerv voumy. COCO acres of Land iu Lawrence's purchase, near ( anada Creek, on the north side ol Mohawk. Io 1 ratihhn County. 15.162 a. res of Lund, in the townsof Mount Morris and Dayton. In Lsicx uounty. 7b32 acres of Land in the town of Earrymore. In the County cf Lewis. 1250 acres ol land in Cusierlaud, Chassanie Pun baie. In Saratoga County. &f00 acres in I' - iliu' - r's purehaae. Enu'iire at the office of the subscriber, 34 Ce - 1m street. BEV. ROBINSON, mh 17 tf ' vV H EATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. j " II fc. long and tucri - ftfut use 01' tint ointment JL is a sumiH'nt rrr ommendaiione as it hat een lound to be a pleasant, safe and certain re uedy for that dioprrneable disease in all its sta eei. It is ior saK in the citv of New - York, by A. ti VT. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; I. T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. II. Schiefiuin il Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Law - rent!! k Ki est, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hnll A Mowne, Mo Pearl street ; it. AC L.. .iurray, 313 Pearl - street s J. M. Bradhnrat. 314 Pearl - street ; J'lhn Penford, No 4 Fletcher - street ; Duryee & Poe, in Pearl - ttreet ; John C. Morrison, 18 Greenwich - street; John P. Fisher, 106 Broad way ; V alter tl Seaman, cornel ol Vliamber - tt. and Broadway, and alto in Chatham - street ; nnd short it may be procured at most of the Drug Mores 111 this city Alio in rnuade - ipnia, 01 e. Withered A Sons ; George Uuriell , North ft Ro gers, and almost a 'I the druggists in the principal towns in the United Statu. I.IBEWHK, WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be bad at the aliove placet. jan 22 6m A LADY well qualified to give lessons on tbe Piano Forte, informs the public, that she will eive lessons three times a week, at the moderate price of. Ten Dellars per quar ter. Application to be made to John Head, o. 36 Cotirtlsndt - street, or Alexander M. Muir, No. 521 Pearl - street. mh 24 2w CONVERT. HEWITT, respectfully acquaints his ' . friends nnd the public, that his Benefit Concert, will be on Thursday, April 10th. at the Assembly Room City Hotel, Broadway. Particulars, of which will be announced in future advertisements. mh '27 14t LEE'S 17VH O I ATM EST, W ARRANTED an infallible remedy at one application, may be used witb perfect safetvoo infants a week old, not contain - ng panicle ol mercury ,or any d:uigerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offeu - sivetmell which attends the application of other remedies. The above medicines are prepared and sold at LEE'S Mediciue Store, No. 46 Maideo - Laue, and sold by S. CARLE, cornel of Fulton and Water - ttreets. Druggists and country store - keepers supplied on liberal term. Jao 2V 17ILi i .M IIOOKi.R, No. 20 i Wati r - st. If i corn - of Fulton - strret, 'iW - York, hav - ing rrrriveil a larsp suppiv 01 tnc real a. BLACKING, of D.yfc Martin, 97 High Hol - boro, l.wlon, offers the sawe, in wholesale or retail, Inr exportation, orhomeconsiimiitinn, on terms the most liberal and advantageous Io purchasers. This inestimable composition, with half the a - 11M Inbor, prwlnres a mnt brilliant jet black, fully equal to the highest japan varnL'h; aiEirds peculiar nonri4imeot to the leather; il will not soil the fipet linen ; is iei - MKtIy free from any onplrannt smell ; and w.ll retain its virtues io any climate. As n incontrovertible r rcf of thenpcrior excellence of tbis'kina, il has stood the tt and rMrmsm'cl the most n!enive wle ki all quarters cf the glsbe, fi?r npwat J of balf a century. FeblC 1 1 njL s .in nai 1 1 1 11 - Sr by on ttie at o J r POST COACl! LRE rem PHILADEWHU - v wat or rowLXj - Booa. . , I9SPORTA2IT TO" PASSKHGEBS. . No connection with the Dost chaise line". PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO SITION REVIVED. NEW Line of Post Coaches with every con - Jt. vearance for passcneers and bQcrrage, oe - rines THROUGH IN ONE DAY. The Post Coach will start from the Coach of fice, old No. 1 Courtland - street, N. Yoik, every moruing, (Sundays excepted) at six o'clock, way of Newark, New - lirunswick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same evenlna. United States Mail Coach, with a guard, witb every convenience for passengers and baggage, springs. 1 be V. b. mail coach w ill Hurt from coacn office, old No. 1 tsourtlandt - itrcel, new sora, every nay at z o'ciock, r. jvi. ana arrive Philadelphia, utxt morniug at 6 o'clock. Only passenceni admitted. For seats in the above named Lines, apply to IHUS. WHI IUKLU, at the old emai.lutieo Coach, Sta'e and Steam Boat office, at the old :o. 1 Court! mill - street, the second onice trom Broadway, New - York ; or to A. T. GOOIJ RICH H CO. No. 124 Broadway, comer of Ce dur.slret New - York. fr - All goods and hap?age at the rik of the BCi Tilt . Wl t - - fTli .. ffh owne - r. i.iu.i. pvj.,o w w. N. B Expresats sent to ony part of the Con THOMAS WHITFIELD. mh 28 i' ri - T l.ilAlsL i,lr. ' (I i; PHILADELPHIA, t POST CHAISE will leave New - York era ry day (Sunday excepted) at 6 o'clock in theinoruiiuftiy way of Ntivurk, only six paaaen - gers admitted, anil arrive in Philadelphia the tame evening. Fare through, $8 The nt iv bteain Boat Line Experiment, will .Vave New - York every day Sunday excepted) athalf cast 2"'cirlc. in the bleain Boat Alalnn - fu, and arrive at I bilndeleiiia the next day at 4 o'ciock, iy the steam Boat yr. 1 fA trom urisioi are through 5 dollars ou cenu. For Seats in the above lines, apply at the Post Chaise Stage and Steam Boat Orbce, 1 18 Broadway, ounosite tlit Citv Hotel. 1 (7 - All goods and baggage at tlie ritquc of me owner. JOHN K. GUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK & SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON Hi HOWELL, Philadelphia. JV..?. Erpreuet tent to any part of the Cmoit. mhzo UMOJf USE. S' team - boat Olive - branch, for Phila - dclphia, via Trenton, 25 Urunswick tl miles by land. Saawaana Fare through i In new post coaches Do. cood stages, 4 50 Do. lorematia or deck pattengers 3 50 The OLIVE - BRANCH will leave New - York every day at II o'clock, (Sundays excepted,) from the north tide of Uie Battery, and to return from Brunswick so as to arrive at 10 the next morni ig, in this city. T'liia iine has a connection with the best boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk; as also those of the North River and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated to cau:e little, if any delay. This is a speedy and certainly the most convenient rout, as the passengers sleep at Trenton going and at Brunswick returning, and arrive at a much less expense and in the hours of business at New - York or Philadelphia, without fatigue in travelling or the want of sleep, at tbe distance by land is so mall whereas via the Point and Powles Honk it ia 56 and R6 miles. Fore - castle passeng'rt, (who diet with the peo pie,) fo Brunswick, or Amboy, at $1 each. Light freight and marketing, free. For teats in tbe ahove line apply at uie union .ine Steam Boat Office, in Marketfield street, north tide of the Battery, between Greenwich At Washington - streets. New - York. March Ti, 1UIH. mn Zi SOUTH Hit' EH aTEAM BOA VS. The Chancellor Living - "l - tton will leave New - York aygl? on Saturday, the 2Mb inst. 3KiCi33at 5 P. M. There will be a boat leave New York every Tuetday, Thursday and Saturday, at 5 P.M. and Albany on tame ays at IT A. M. until further notice. mh V5 Ttl r. OUSU STEAM UUAT LIJYE The proprietors, with a view of accommodating the public, ny extending incline to Norwich, intend making im esieriinnt with the Fulton. Capt. Law. and this route (if found practicable) will oe continued during the senon. 1 he line will in inture oe iron .ew 1 or a 10 Norwich, as follows : The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leava New - xork every Monday, Weinetday and Fnday, at 8 o'clock, in the mnrnins. lor wew - tiaven. 1 ne ruiton, iapi Law. will leave JVoneicA at 6 o'clock in tbe morning of the same days, touch ot Sfir - fAtndon and depart from thence for JVeac Harm at H o'clock. The boats will meet at Sets Haren, and depart from thence every Monday, If ednrt - dav and Eridav, at 7 o'clock in the evening tbt Connecticut lor Sew - Fork, and the Fulton for Seie - Lnndon and j orvxeh. mh 17 S I'EAM BOAT FOR SALE. ftfT" For sale, a well finish hed Steam Boat, of small size, with 2 cabins, and cal lv HtMiut sil, oastenzers Her hull is of the culated to carry convenient best timber, and she is copper bottomed up - - - . J w . o - to tbe bends, prepared to be put into a line of runnmar immeiiiare v. r - ne araws mil mmv - TWo inches of water, and from tlie advantageous con struction of her machinery, can he worked at one half the daily expense of steam - boats in general she will be sold a great bargain, 11 applied lor shortly, inquire at o. 4:t wM - etreet, or mh 20tf ISAAC G. OGOKN In CO. SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOYNG LAO ES. ATRS. BOWERING. now Mrs. Brown, ha L1 removed her well known Eitahlithment from New - York to Elizabeth Town, New - Jer tey, not a qunrter of a mile from the public turnpike road. The situation of the place possesses every advantage for a Seminary ; and will cna - ole her to reduce th price of board much low er than can be afforded in New - Vork. The branches taught, are, Orthography, English Grammar, Reading,, Arithmetic, Geo - grapny, with the use of mait and globes, A'lro nouiv, History, Blair's Lectures, Competition, Mutic, Frero h, Botany, Chomistry. Drawing in crayons. Painting in oil, on velvet, and in water - colours, Plain Sewing, Needlework on ruutlin, C - n.K - Ala - w am .ill. 1 E:l!..,. i.iui'i.nur.ij vii .i. ciii. noiiicu, riliCE.i, Quadrille, Grotto and Wax - Work, Gilding end Japnnning, with a variety of other fancy works, mh PJ lm FRECH LANGUAGE. A YOUNG Man, a nMive of Switxerland, who aTX can be well rerommended, would undertake the tevhinc tf the French lansuaie. i:ian academy, or would take chaigeef a gcntlemar.'t la - nny, anl to the r rvncti lanuat:e wonld ndd that ol writin - , arithmetic, geography, fcc Ac lias lermt woma lie moderate, and Would do all in his pow er to render hio." If o'eful Pleas sd - dre a line for A. at No. I6J Broadway, which wi'l b - ; respectfully attended to. N. B. The dverttr lia no o).jr.ction togi to anv psrt of the l luled - State. - ah25 2w iMsffsstwtillllsW - iri im" t a I A aiscartiiig pathc kaew kw V (UtUajw . awcsHa uungs max dicer. .7 ; DOCTO HORNE, fbraurhj ember of the faculty of phaS and surgery there, deems it bis Jb. Jy to repeat bobu niiirivatioM ea the abuse of MERCURsV 2 rash, indiscnmloata, and aoo,ii. Ced ate thereof, has bees dac. Uve of infinite Aiarkur ihV sauiis s aie annnally erctirialixed Ur '77? tnce. The disease we have in view We. UI resulu chiefly to this wurce. VVhS ('.at a your.g man, the hopes of hit coMtrv li Uie darling of hit parents, should be snitcted a way from all throspecU and enjoymenUof l by theconteqiiencesofoM Bngaarded aomVaL and by a disease not in iU own nature fataL . J Which only proves so from neglect or immyt treatment." A geutlemai., (lata D,T tient) now perfectly beany aod well, had bL order phyiinant of generJ practice, tixveT? and repeatedly talivabd: when rarnnri.1. . . " ui. 11. t,Dy a gnaueman of this rity) his faw. were carious, and bis fJetb dropping from'thenr hit friends declared be could not possibly turr!. wo mouths longer. Thousands exrrimcntalll know with what ease and safety Dr. H. erari cates the severest cases, and confirm! Lhe .r" if' ti - - ' - T7T - - ""MarciKien fa. tution. Tbe Doctor's plan (advertiting) cessary to guard the public against the arms. Ii mercury, and other fatal delusiont, held forth Persons, therefore, having contracted a nri! vata disorder, or tuspecting latent poioo ?T adinonithed not to tamper with theit conltita tion, or conceal the disorder, tiJI past reco!. rv t otliers having the teaains of on m or other impurities ,of the blood, asweliasoikl er complaints of a delicate nature, in eilhtr sex. should remember potterity, and do iutti to Dr. II. at hit old and retpectalTe ef22 lishment, No. 64 Water - street, four houses of Otd - shp, to obtain that prompt attistaacea! lone calculated (0 prevent disclosure. And tva let nus claim your terious attention Rememhsr superficial cure is no cure at all ; unless the bs sinensis radically done, you wilt certainly hats the disorder break ont again with redoubled bis lenity, at some future period ; periapt then will be too late for remedy. lXm't you often meet is the streets miserable, mutilated beings, witlto.t even a hit of note on their face Take waroiiie beseech you. Dr. H's. character for skill and stubborn iatt - errily beirjg niiivenully known in this city, tiacs 1U04, guarantee to patient! that delicacy amiss - ciecy hitherto unknown, and having confined hit practice foryeart past, exclusively to tlie cere of iliseases of the blooil system, they maytafely cat. rulateontbe mast derided advantages iaccs. sultint; Dr. H. 4 ' Gleets eradicated in two or three weeks. Strictures removed witliou' bougies or any other instiument and all debilities 1 likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's &i. A plurality of offices are provided, and to tilt - ated that patients are not exposed toeach other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening. All persons concerned are invited to be free ib calling, and speaking with Dr. H. which is (ret of cost. And here the iJoctor cannot avoid tbe expreation of gratitude for innumerable recon - mendationt, and for the decided preference (it it pretumed with just cuse) long given him by a rudicinuspul.lic. N. B. All letters must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 lv SEU tlER QLACKtRi' SOU LHPUSt - T10S. ER. F.VAXS' suptviei tnethod of cnrln; a certain Disease, ia now universally acknowledged in this city ; hit mode c - rtreataeot is perfectly mild, safe, ei - peaiuousy and bis char'tl reasunahfe. In every it - ilanre he warrants a cure, and will return the pay if at does not perform agreeiUs io contract. . , '1 ne sirn test secrecy always observed. TTiere are many persons in this city and its vi cinity, laboring under various chronic disease such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofat or kings evil, bttuias, oiieaset ot oretnn, bladder and kidniet, old oompucateti comptatatl of a certain nature, bilious and other obstrut tions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider iucs hospitals in Europe If years, under some of tb first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, aai made those obstinate diseases bis constant study for 30 vears. cii rrT The siibsrriber having recently returned from England with an important improvement oa the artificial spring LEG, he takes this tntihol of informing bit friends and the public, that al those who are m unfortunate as to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan 22 WM. PUR Via. . ft - WHEATON It DA VIS, Fancy Chair Masufae turert, No. 163 Fulton - ttreet opposite St. Pauls Church otTer for sale, wholesale an! retail, a large and elegsat assortment of CurW Maplt, plain painted and eriiseKiit ed in gold hronse, Bsiribot , Plain and Gilt Balls, Rock ing, sewing, ana s4Ncm tion Chairs, Boias, esttfti, Loungers, Music Stools, &c. orders trom any part of tlie continent execs with neatness and msnairh. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornanxsU - . mn v FRUMEN TO, No. 1 Wall - street J""L k. . k ' Hra set B ' " uie s,eiiiiruicii, ujai lie vwi. w vne latest siyie, arm in a mmn" malu it Io the nhiaiocnnmy. Ha has for tale a Q". ty of oltlie nrsi quaiiij, ". T fat .nl rtloaaa em In, . ffha nRrrtlkMIS ' . . . .1 . i . i His monfT iu iriuiii uiriu, an icwii . . . likewise procured avery fine h(5f2ij to icttore rarors to a very sieenrafi - - they not cut he will receive no "v kj Thn ...llsmon who mnv nlease to not " 1 with tlieir patronage, may depead oat pan - .cntar ana retpetiiui ",,ru". v,"M iN. B. Gentlemen who subtenhe by2J ter will bave U.eir raiora, Ac. kept exc fortliemtelres. J r. o. i g'vu juuiutjiMf" - ajhet. as anove. rpiIE CIRCULATING UBR2;g 138H .s. ton - street, near onnuir - j, , s...s. n. extensive nnd choice collection of hi' J Ue!, voyages, biography, .ro - - - s. ta!e, playt, reviews, mag V"1"' iy t;tlogusmay be examined at V. ui which is open lor subscribers, as si" oih4tf NEW - YORK: L PRISTED AM) PIBLISBZV XICBAJSL BVPSHAMk ;C ' Il ISf r, a m rao. . . a rable, they can reniumr uc tieu im ccneraii hy applyinif at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. o rwk - alin. havinc practised in extelsrive U

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