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INSOLVENTS, ADVERTISING FOR THE BENEFIT OFTHE ACT IN THIS STATE, corns rao. th Alay Aaocs, t official PAFsm. Lewis Keeier, Jeremiah Keeier, My S8 JohnJackton. May 30 John Dick, May 8 m Pierre La Croix, May 30 Charlet V. Oakley, Jol Lotl,jna. Abraham Voorhfc, May - Wm. B. Townsenn, mnru SelaVaa Outer, May 19 Wm. Warner, Henry E. Hoyt, May 16 Nihkfiiel MiU helL J una 13 Jonathan Watkwi, May 30 Bauj Williamson, Wrn. Bnntkley, May Wbi. Thompson, June IS Itaa Devoe, Mar 19 Ephraim Urr, May tt ' Charlet Cromwell. May 8 Benjamin M'Ginoit, May II " James Bovee. M.y 6 - Solomon W.WimWer, April 30 William W. Morrit, April U .r . William Hooglaad ,' .: Thorn C. Terry, June S . " Paniel Turner, Apnl 27 19 Jehn Baiiey, May 5 ' - Osbe Wilder, June " JhMil 9. Buker, May 8 , Flias Pelletre, Mar 8 Mitchell Townseod. April 30 Tboma Marshal, Jun. Apnl 30 it..... ii..in. Mar Id BlephenMoss, May 16 Katbaa O. Osoorn, Apri K Ambrose ue r ries, npru JoaeDh Bistare, April HI Perkint Inchon. May 6 John I. Mumiord, May 16 John Depew, ApriHl Adam Dobb, April Jj Peter Schmidt. May S3 Philip E. Muhlenberg, do Lcwia Roger, April all . J at. Gale, May II . AraaM Lavaud, Apnl XX JopbIw, April 9 . Thomas Butler. May It - JameeCoyle, May It Abraham L, Schuyler, April 23 Tl.ll anril 1J Thnniat Storev. April 48 1 Judioo Canfielddo Jotliam A. French, April 81 John II. Wilbor, April 15 , Daniel Stanton ' ,.. Sylvester Gilbert, April 30 ;. William Wilson, April SU . ' .VatenlineW. vVetao, April t Albany county Before Philsp X. Piker, lie carder, in Albany. ' Luke Gilford, June 19 . John M'Ca.key, May 2 . Arnold Nelson, May 15 Samuel Legg, June 5 Jawes Winchester, May 0 Samuel Legg, Mav 29 Jetse Campbell. May 1 ' Eliphalet Steel, June 3 John 8. Jones, April 14 Charles Hewitt, April 4 - Robert Andenoo ft Wil jam AoUcrion, May fj 1 George Vlning, jr. .May 1 . Daniel Powers, do Btfore A 'polios Moore. Abraham D. Bchermerhorn, May 0 John Suaon, jun. May 23 Madison county Before Ptier Smith, Jtrsl judge in Petirboro'. Eliiha Calkioi, June 47 Oliver Barker, June t7 ' ltrael Othorn, June 20 David Lowell, May 9 Robert Farrington, May 10 . William Hatch, May 16 David Dnwull, Mav 9 . Joseph Motfct, April 25 . OUeg County - Before Joseph W hile, firU Judge in the town of Cherry Faltey. Jacob M ilia, May S3 carauei uriuiii. unc Cortland Elliott, U 3J Joieph UrigKS May 1 6 uilead Lainn, May U Job Millu, May 2J r , Kcjiiamin Stiles. Mav 16 Cv of Troy Btfore H'tUiam L Marcy, Eiq lJaniel Atwater, May iu Perton H. Horlbert, Jui.o 4 - Jlowlaiid Rutsell, April fJ Jaoiei - Daria do Ontniafa County Before Jn$hut Formanjirst 'Judge in Onondaga. r Mile Allen, June it ' Jojeph Ca(e, May fC Iiaac Watiun, May 52 Orrit 'Ihnrberj May l Edward Camp, June 10 Milei Allen, May 2 ' Effafitarkweatlier, May 19 Timothy D. Hong, May U lijnb Milli, June 9 Almon Cook, May 9 John Wrilii, June 10 Philip Pitta, June U Elijuh Wattnn, Jnne & lvi Pond, June 1 Sila Ball. olOtisco, May SO Wuhmtlon County Before A nlhany I. Blanch ard, in Salem. Joarph Walkrr, May 6 Jamei I. Calliu, April 19 Timothy U (ley, of While Creek, May 1 Gentuee county - Before Jihn It. Jouei, firs Judse, U. Lttceeler. , rmon Ciplry, June 24 Israel Webber, June V) Tom Lemon, May 12 Aia Bennett, June 15 i - utcmon Mauling, May 29 John Lard, June 2 Marco Carter, June6 David lUntntn, May 5 tiilct Buhop, May 20 bylvnnut Hammond, do Krancia Noure, May 2U ' Ellick Powell, nf Batavia, May 21 Jotrph Hone.jr. April SO Elgah Smith, of U .taviu, May G F.nc Stone. Mav 8 ' William Hull. Mav G Jaratog county before Salmon Child, firtt Jwttze, m urceiyuia. Sera Gilbert, M.iy 15 Petar Angle, May 18 Peter Pun, June 5 Unwell Carr, May 4 Thomaa C. Chace, May 29 Jomph O. Pinne, May 2r Robert BadglfT, of Orange, Apnl 20 Jabel Coinitocil, of Gal way, May U PeterServB,May5 Samuel Gleeson, at Gretnfiehl, April 30 Roninniin Kpnnet. at do. ADril 30 John M. Berry, of Northumberland, April 27 ii udsun City before J. U. ,V one.ll. Stephen Payn, .May 29 Oliver Whibiker, May 19 John J. F.verti, June 12 Henry Schrmerlmrn, May 11 Auurew Race, May 29 Uriel Sht - nnao, April 25 - John P. gUfrlt, May 0 ' JametS. Van Valkenbiireh, May li William Frllowt, May 15 Emtu Willianw May 7 Elijah Brwn, jr du lleaekiah Stref, April Ci Coumbm Ceunly - l.ort John 1. .Vilitr, Eta. Aaron Hhaw,iun. June 12 Ounanga county - HeforeOhodioh German, Est tn.Vortcick. 4 Nichnlai King June 23 Joarph Jottiie, May 19 Nnyei Whet ler,ir. May 4 Johu Twite - hell, May 4 Oliver H.l'heli t, April 27 Artt.ur N. Dcierg, do - Montgomery counlir - Before Alexander Sheldcn. Silaa 8imon, May 30 Amaia Ou'lley, Jane 27 Juiah F of gate, May 10 Jrtha 8loner. ol Johnstown. Adm'1 2J Stcbsnenmty Befar ThemiuM'Bumcy, Jinl jueg'ftn t mtnica - roil. - Famarl Camiinrll. jnn. June 1 Krancit Ynwcer, Mar 13 Jacu'jIUil, May 14 Jacob CwU'in, fuo. Juce 8 . i ; - Reynold Hill, May 4 ",,; : ' ' Oneidm county Beforo Jfuthan lVtUimmt. EliiU Barrows of Home, May A .. . ' . Before JUorri 8. JIUler. , Artibroae Jonea, May 30 . l William Week, May 16 . John Gaull, Mav 16 Abner Bartlett, June 2 , . ,. Joaiali W. Bagg, Jw 2 , ., - Orange county Before XathmU. Wide, Eta. At Goehen. Daniel T. Sroiih, Msy ... . ' John iledpr. John A. M'Whorter, way zj Benjatuin Bedford, May 19 Abraham Relyea, May 12 Benjamin Well, May 10 ' Tbomv Q. Evaoi, April 25 Ben iamm Sean, of Montgomery, April 25 Jeffertm County...Before Jr. D. ford. Abraham flodrea, John Hodgei, May 23 J at. Fennel, of Houn'field, April 23 Jnnh &Um. tit La Rov. do - Ebtmeier Bartbolomew, of Brownville, A pi 28 Seth Warner, of Champion, May 9 Schoharie County, before Wm. Betkman, Eiq at Siuron. William Beveof, May 30 John & Ackloy, J vie B Jeremiah Cole, do Jeremiah Yawger, May 9 Nathan Andrew, May 30 Henry P. Almy, of Broome, April 18 Btuieia Sloan. ofCarliale. Mtr 9. thttcluu County Before James Emott, Esq, Ctorge Cooke, May 21 Iracc Bryan, May 20 Nathaniel Runlet, do J timet Anion, April 20 . Silo E. H night, Aril 29 John Rohion, April 27 Jnaepb H. MCord, May 50 Samuel Hint, May T.l AraoaP Ketcham, May 23 Joieph II. Cunningham, May 1 Velauare County, before Iiaac Ogden, EiJ Anton Combi, iune 3 Benjamin Conttable, April 28 - Pbineai Howland, Jr. May 2 Sylveiter Preston, of Roshury, May 4 tVarren County btfore Wtiu iiObardi. Avery Bcnedirt, May 30 rainuel Upbam, June 13 Cilai f - aliibury and Samuel Alli.n, May 9 John Reed. June G Jnmet Trumbull, Th!oloru Iupkint, May 30 uavtunurion, April zv Gela Whitman, of Luzunif, April 25 John 8. St. John, nf do do Ainriah Scofield, May 30 Henry G. Breete, April 25 Jowpb A met, of Qucrntbury, May 9 Frauer Harrii, May 16 Herkimer County, before tfathan Smith. Judo Walton, May 16 John Walden. Nirholai G. Houe, May 5 John Event, May 2 Suffolk County "before T. Strong, Esq Uriah Znnlr, May 18 EliasTeirv, Mav 1 Sutlitan County, before William .1 . Thompson, t.tq. at Jnompion. Jahei Wakoman, May 27 Nathan Burnhnm, May 9 Andrew Ayrei, May 5 Daniel Niven, May 2 JacoK Van Loovan, May 2 Otto Wm. Van Tuyl, April 25 Semea County Before J Knox, Esq. at Junius. Jeremiah rpiccr. April xt Before judge Sayre. Robert Day, and John I'oit, May 12 Franklin County, before Allan Man, Esq. Henry (Jtley, June ' Henry Bogley, of Fort Covington. April 18 Ontario County, before Judge Nuholat. Darling Smith, May Si Joel A Crime, May 7. Before it. IV. HouitlL Esq. at Canandaigua. Caleb Ilnrrin.ton, Junt ti 'I'bnmniiO. Brvan. June I Perry G Buck. Lvman Tripp. Enot French. june v Thomni Frar,cit:o, May 7 FrtdincU Sample, of I'll (ford, April 28 , Benoi.i Griiwold, nf l.ivJliia, April 23 John Greene, April 27 Clinton County, before 'Pliny Moore, Esq, David Pelcn, June 69 Corneliui M. Erwr.i, June 10 Sliarpe Allen, of Plattthorg, April 30 Cayuga County, before Judge Miller. Abraham Smoik, of Auriliut, April 24 C'nlviu Cb&pio, do May 4 Aiabel M. Bennet, May 9 Jotiah Buck, Mny 1 1 Erattut l. Tutlle, May 31 At Simpion, of AureJiut, April 25 Cortland! County, before Judge Kerp. Joieph B. Dayton," May 1U Samuel Blair, May 29 John Sloan, May 1 1 Samuel IneaU, June 2 Henry Smith, do Timothy Burr, of Preble, April 21 John Sloan, Miy 10 Joit:h Wilcoiton, May 18 Henry Weaver, MayO Rensselaer county, before Judge Masters. Henry Travii, May 23 William Freemau, April 29 Aia I.. Caiwell, April 22 St. Latcrenre County, b fore Judge Ford. Jacob Roievelt, Mav 23 Kcuel Taylor, May 30 Schenectady, before (f. Cleveland. Calvin Blanrhnrd, April 27 jonn cnanwicK, Aprti?u IVter Rohhint, May 18 Oti Knight, May 12 Pcletiah Adams, April 22 Peter Rnhbin. May II Tioit County, before Judge Baker. Geo, C. Paine, May 5 Osvej;o County, before Judge Moonry. Iiaac Caulkint, June 26 Queent County, before Cary Punn. Joieph Smith, of Heuipitead, April 22 Broome County, b - fore jtuge Brilliant. Jonathan Edwardt, of Bingbampton, May 19 Clstnr County, before judge Hmendorf. John I. Milet, May II Conrad Lester, of Wonditock, A pi 21 Niagara, before judge Ifilkenson. Harry Hemhaw, June 2 Chataqve county, before Zitlu Cashing, Esq. Nathan Cast, June 2J West - Chester Ctntntf, irfsrs vain Cn'lanl. Jeremiah F. Rider, May 25 Tompkins County, before John Sutton. , Hermnnu Schuyler, M ly tfi Cornelius I). Green, May 26 ftrrrinionif County, before John Garretson Christian J. Bedell, M ly 30 trreene Cii, btfore Luther Carter, Matthew Salsbury, May 26 PROSPECTL9 N rok rcm.isnino it sustnirTion A MAP OF MEXli:o AN U LOUISIANA. 'I 'HE publication of IhiiMap ha been under - 1 taken with the impression, that it will exhibit Inlormation, highly interesting at this eventful criiit, and the valuable Maps which the author haiprocured, during his teveral tour through Mexico, in the year im, 1807, 1812, 1813. 1815, 1816, and 1817, induce him to lieleive that the Map, with even all us imperfection, will he much the mott perfect which hat appeared before the public. This Map will contain the latt - tt and best in' formation trnm the discoverir and poseiinnt of the American, Spaniih, Kuttian, Britub and Frem b traveller! ami navigator and repreten ting tlie claim of their retiective gorerameat on the Northwestern coast of America. The Map w ill include that portion of north America, which !ir between the Iilbmui of Da - hen, ami the Itnh degree of North Latitude, and ""' i'lmtiuippi tuver wetiwaraiy w in a. ui' - vctan. In sue the Map will be about lix by five feet, and will be projected on a Male of 40 mikl to the inch to he delivered to the ubciiber at fif - teen nnllart.ath. Naicl.rS Mtrch7. ini8. nn7tA1 I AMAIC4. fcOtiAR K RUM. - ll) hhd. Smi - .1 tar and 6 puncheon. Rum, received ier brie Wonjima,,, rroln p.,r, J.J U111 day at pier no. 10 lUit River, fo tale by . READE it DE PEYSTEll, P J 31 Old itip. IND1GE&1 105, em SOUR STOMACH, . 19 acknowledged by medical writer to be a complaiat ot ttubbum kind, tod at all timet very difficult ofcare; Tbia it uHiciently iilaa - (rated im tuediaamioiotmeiit of (but who an fortunately tufferaiKlerit, at they, for Ibemtxt part, find that after having tried naay tbingt to little or do purpote, they art at laat ofciigeU to uie (for perliapt Uie remaiuder of life) web article at ran at belt but palliate the dilate. Undrrtucb rircurotlanrea, any medicine capable of reuio ritim the cumDlaiut. muit turelv be an article highly deterring the altrntioo of all thote who are afflicted witn it turb acomhinatron it to be riwt mith in DK. MEAO'd AMT1 - UYSEP - T1C or STOMACH PILLS - th aucceu of which bat never yet beeu equalled, tor the cure of dytpeptia in it mott complicated form, tuch a lota or appetite, aauiea, nean uurn, oaiuirn - cy, knawitig rain in the. atomach, pain in He tide, great coitiveoett, paleneii in the countenance - , lanruor. lowneif of tniriti. tmin in tlx bead, virtigo or giddinett, nnddiiturbed ileep. wnoever appueu uieic pma to meaoove unease, riirrlin to ibe directiona. will never be diiap - poir.Ud, at they have never tcea once known to fad ui producing a radical ami peroaancni cure. Tba um of a lintle lox will convince the mott unbelieving of their efficacy. They will most fcffectanlly remove all iourm.it ol the itotnach, nut merely bv neutraliiiiiK the acid, but tiy cor recting thnt morbid itate ol tbetecretioni wbicb give (lie to it, ami at uie aanii ume win renorr to tbedehiliti.led organt of dige'tion, that tone and vigour which if absolutely necettary to the well heinf f Uie animal economy. Price one dollar per hoi. Forialx by JUU.X U. MUIU113U.V, LrOfllI, No. 188 Green wich - ttreet Whore mav be had, wholeiale and retail, a lafe arid general anortment of genuine I'rugi and Memcinei ; burgeon iniitunient ; Apoi'ie rary't (jlait Ware ; Englith and American P i tent Medicine. Alto, Dyer't and Fuller' aiti clet, Medicine Ciieiti, kc. Oo liberal term. nib 25 2in N. SMITH DAVIDS, Wboleinle and retail Cliymical Perfumer, Ho. 151 BROAOWAT. ORGS leave to inform his frieudt and cuitom - I J ert. that lie bat ou hand an extensive auort ment of Perfume rv and fancy arliclei. via : (ha ving oup and liquid : watliiug toap in cake and bull ; ai.liiiut. oil : cold cream i charcoal and cbrmical deutifriu i rouse and pearl powder ; plain and tcentcd hair powder ; almond powder and pane ; imiK oi rote ; iiara ana toil poma tum ; loom, cloin, tnavinjr, i.air, nan ana coiuo bruihet, of tuperior quality; rarort; iriuori ; prn and pocket knivet ; ihsvini eon oret - sinif catct : pocket book and many other arti clet, too numerout to mention, for tale wliolviale and retail. ap o WHKATOJN'S ITCH OlNTAIEM'. IIIE lour nd tucceisl'ul uie of Uiit ointment X it a itiffic icnt rccouimeadulion, at it hat been found to be a pleatant, tale ami certain re uiedy for that ilitagreeable diieate in all it it a e. it it lor tale in trie city "I rvew - rorx, oy . A. ii W. R. Poit, No. 41 William - itreet ; I. ii 'P. Clark, No - . b5 Mniden - Lane ; 11. H. Schieffelinft Co. No. 193 Pearl ttreet ; Law. ence ii Keete. No. 195 Pearl - itreet : Hall ft llowne, 146 Pearl itreet ; K. tl L. Murray, 313 I'earl - ttreet ; J. M. tlradburit, 314 t'earl ilreel John Penford, No. 4 Klttc her - itreet ; Duryee & roe, in Pcarl - ttreet: John O. Mormon, 18B tireenwich itreet; John f. ruher, 108 Uroad wnv : VValterac Seaman, cornet of Chamber - tt. and Broadway, and alio in Chatham - ttrret ; and n hort it may be procured at moit oi the l'rue Store in (hit city Alio in Philadelphia, of S. Withered ft Snnt : Georie Hanell . North ii Ko - i:er, and almott at the druggiiti in the principal toivnt in the United State. MKr.wiar, WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be tind at the abnvo place. jan2'.'6m . - rirni iwm i , uu ul'll; i imi OTRAYLD on featunlny altcrnoon, from No. 77 Watcr - itreet, into Front - itriet and wa af terward! teen on the BntK - ry, a wnler dog pup ipMittl) ol a liver colour i the hind legt wlnlr nearly to the hipi, had no a leather collar ivith a urnt - (loir ring laiienea tn it. wnoever will re turn laid ilut to No. 177 Water - it reet or Ibi Front - tt. thall receive the above reward nud thankt nf I ho owner. ap I j 1w OAKU WANTKI). Uya lady inaprivate amiiy, sue win iiiriusii ner ned mom complete. None need apply, but perton of the first respectability. Enquire at 15 Mur ray - street, ap 10 CU1.UV1UIAN PICT LHK GALLERY, I4li VVLTOlt - tTaCF.T, (Rois'i Builibner. near Broadway.) To counoiati'ur and amateun of the Fine Arti, and to Uie enlightened public of New - York. T Mil', proprietor ol an cxtrnMve collection oi picture, the work ol the moit eminent painters, li'ivnitfjuit arrived from L.urope, where he has purchased theru from the cabinet ol Rome, Naples, Florence, Paris, Amiterd im and Loiidoo, at a very considerable ex pence, propo se to eabibil tbem to the lediet and gentlemen of this city :nil iti vicinity. The exhibition will he am on 1 hursday, loth ol Apnl. It will De lar superior to any us yd cm - red in the U. State, the pK tures tiling umtatitiieiliy originals consult - ng ol upwards ol tw picture, hy the Deu mat ers Admisioti 50 cents ench, or one dollar per month. Hour from 10 in the mornin': to teven in Uie evei.inir. Catalogue! may be had at the Gnllery. SS The ttore 61 Folton - itreet. Enouire on the prrmiie. ap4 5w OK S.tl.h.. ACOI.OUP.EI) BOY the time limited bylaw a tmart, sober and induttrious lad iinfloPKlnnila nil liintlt limit urrtr! nnil Ifikin. care of horse ; alio working - on n farm or inn1 garden He ii nineteen yean of age and of Kood dnpoition. Any iierson that want.' aind, ponetiirij; thote qualifications, will ge iuforma lion at !o. 2o uowL - ry. mhijil M,utt ivaku. TO KAUMr'.llB. T HE lubtcribercan furnish the farmer of the adjacent country with rronnd Plaster of Paris iu any quantity, on the thortest notice, in barrtlt or otherwise. JOHN BYERS, Feb 23 tf Foot of Harrison - it. N. R. FOR. saw:, THEtime ofaimnrt Black Girl, that can do all kinds of hnuse - woik and cooking, tuch at is necettar) foratamily, or suitable lor a public houte. she underitamls cooking ol oy tert, benltteakt, tic. and would be a valuable acquisition to any public, house. , a preference would be xiven to any perton keeping the tame, that resides in the country. Sold for no other reason than the want or a master. For further parliciilan. inquire at the corner 01 Broadway and t.rand itrt, Mount Social. r a. she it sold at licr own request. ap9 If VALUAH i.tX BUOAS. J l'3T received and for sale by F.LI AS VALENTINE, 104 BroaJway, 3d door below Pine - street : Wilkinson's Memoir, 3 vol 8 vo ; Rob Roy, second Philadelphia edition, with a glossary ol the Scottish words and phrases ; A great variety of new and interesting books for children, 18mo. Alio, jutt received by the .Mary Eliza, from London, and lor tale at above, a valuable atsort ment ol theolot - ical and miscellaneous worr, ve ry scarce, rj gravini; aodcopper - nlate printing executed wiui neaine ana aetpitcli. npH OAL1.X A:UKIA rLuLR. F, hundred bbl Alexandria Flour, of ex celleat quality lor anle hv DlVIt BtTHUNE fi CO. p 6 9t WaM - ttreet. UlJfUaCjtPh 01 rHjWbH PALVJI.SU. ii. WALL, I xi pit ol the celebrated Geo. Miller, ot' Dublin, I etcher ol ij. ndcape and Flower Fainting, Drawing from Nature, Characteristic, F.diage, Ac. He For terms, apply at rvo. 44 iaaaau - iireel ; where tpeci ntentof hi works may be seen. VV. G. WALL hoj, from hit style of paint ing, method ol teaching, aad a strict attention to the duties of bit i rnicttinn, to merit a ccntin uAoce of those favour be kit toaaioly received. apyewf SKWBC andCA - tAWJAJCtAMAll. itac . . ,c,r. J ft a v m nfwnnnu i C.inilav. Turldav. vj - and 1 Durtaay morwn, ut ,.mifS i three o'clock, run through MontBooK nr. Bloommsbafeh, Mtmlicello, oy While Lake, Cothecton, Mount Pleatant, Great . . tra a a III Ia. and f. Bev, tACaaaodaigoa. - . I St J. BHAMI ftlAn Uy, Wednesday and Friday morning at three Newburirb. the third V vivwm, - - - - - - n f . . . . I f . I ... h.I.! J. day in lime 10 use uie omm - uua 1 1 1 1 V ... - - . . o 1 ' Si k. .fni.A Ihnt al all iimtewhen the j tl PHHJF - - steam - boats alter their days if running, that litis ItfJC KXU mtter iu win meet ih. The whole route will lie pei fomed in three day!, from the first of May, until the first of November and from the first of November until the fifteenth of uecemtier, ana ironi uie fifteenth of March until the first of May, in ... nnJ Anm th I Crli IW - - p - mber. nil - ll'UI " 7 .AIIV. ....... ...v - - - . til the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city orwev - irorK ana run rMm ili.ni in aiinnfln. - rtia in four dava. IIUIH IIIV'IV - Q ' J Passenger travelling from New - Vork to Canandaigtia, Magara or uuiiaio, can leave Vr.rV in tli eve - n ino - steam - boats, and arrive it Canandaiffii in three day a distance - ol'tbree hundred mileo. The line i well furnished with good, new carriage j good horses, and ..r..i .nil an.. ;n.,il i1p'iv.rA F.verv atten tion will be paid to render the passage of the . 1. - 1 1:.: .wi ; traveller ate, easy anu caicuhiuus , v believed that the accommodations on this line a,n.il ii.,nv line in the atnte. efj - FAKE from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS N.U. A branch of the same line runs tnree times a w eek from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Oweico Tioga Point, thence through aewiownaiiu raimeu i oi, 10 uaui, . BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloomirigburgh, E. C. St. John, Mount Pleatnut, L. bl R. Manning, Cbtnaiigo, Proprie Luther Gere, Itlnca, 1 toit. Samuel Greenhff, Geneva, I Ob v er l'helpt, Laming, J mh 14 dCm VALUABLE REHI. ESTATE FOR SALE, IN THE CITY OF JIKW - TORK. TT'IVE lots of ground on llie wct tideofGreen - JL'" wicb - ttrcet, between veitry and uesuros ses - strrett. 25 bv 8U. Four do In the rear of Uie above, fronting ou theeait tide of Washington - street, 25 by fid. Kixbt do in tee block below, between warn ing ion and wcii - tireeir. in MontiMiiierv iouniv. 6000 arret of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near f ast Canada Crtek, oa the north side 01 the Moliuu k. In Franklin County. 15,162 acrcsof Land, in the towns of Mount Morru and Dayton. In Ette,x County. 7832 acret of Land in the lown of Barrymore. In the County of Lewit. 1250 acres ol land iu Cuaterluud, Cliananii Fun - hare. In Saratoga County. 2600 acret in Palmer's purchase. Enquire ut the office of Hie lunicribcr, 34 Ce dar - itreet. - BE . ROBLSOV. mb t7 tf SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL FOR VOVNG LADIES. 1 RS. BOWEltlXG, now Mr. Brown, has l 1 removed htr well known Estabiishibent from New - York to Elizabeth Town, New - Jci - ey, not a cjuniter of a mile from the puhlic turn - pine road. - I ne iiiuaium 01 me pntce possetset every advantage for a Seminary ; nad will ena - dlc her to reduce the price 01 board much low er limn can be noorued in pew - iorx. ine branches taught, are, Orthogratihy, English Grammar. Heading. WriUuK, Aritbmetic, Geo graphy, with the use of maiis and plobts, Atm ninny, llistory, Blair't Lecture, Composition, Miuic. h rem Ii, Botany, Cb mistry, Drawini: in crayon. Paintina;in oil) cn velvet, and in water - colours, I'lam sewing, ietdleworR on muslin, Fmhroidery on tilk and wonted, Fillrgree, Ouadrilltf. Grotto and Wax - Work. Gildineand Japanning, with a variety of other fancy workt. mn i im LEE' 6" ITCH VLYTME.XT, WARRA.N TED an infallible remedy at one appKcalion, may be used with perfect safely on infants a week old, net containing a particle ot mercury ,cr any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with thut offen sive tmell which nttendt the application of other remedies. The above medicines are prepared and sold at L'F.E'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Mai.lcn - Lane, wid sold by S. CARLE, cornet of Fulton and atcr - ttreets. Druggiit and country store - keeper t upplied on liberal termj. JwS9 "IV IL,yiM HOtKEu, iNo. l&i .ur - il. f T conier of Fulton - street, New - York, having reci ived a largo supply of the real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day 4: Martin, 97 High Hol - born, London, offers the same, in wholesale or retail, for exportation, or home consumption, on terms the moit liberal and advantageoui to purchasers. , This inestimable composition, with half the u - sua! labor, produces a mot brilliant jet black, fully rquM to the highest japan varninh ; afford, peculiar uourishineut to the leather ; it will not soil the finest lineu ; is perfectly free from any unpleasaut smell ; and will retain its virtues in any climate. At an incontrovertible proof of the superior excellence of this blacking, it has stood the test and commanded the most rxtcm - ive sale in all quarter of the globe, for upward: of liulf a century. Feb 16 MANUFACTORY OF SILVER WARE. JVV. FOR BE, No. 30 Broadway, one door . above Wall - street, repcctfully informs hb friends and the public Hint he continues to manu facture silver tea and table sotts, church plate, spoons, forks, ladles, waiters urns, siphons, fish knives, lie. &c. of the latest and mol elegant piltcroj, of the first quality of silver and superior wnrkmamlnp, at the lowest prices for cash. All order executed in a mvlerly manner, and warranted in ail cases at leat equal to any ar ticles of s.lrer manufactured or told iu this city. la a 'Jition to hi own minufacture, he has on Innd au assortment of rich plated rind fancy hard ware, which he n - ill dispose of very low, tou - siuinj; of canallitks, cuke ba - fccl, cvtors, bottle castor, mulTers and trays, plated 00 steel, a very superior article: elegant oen. pocket and sportsman' knives, with a varietv 01 articles not enumerated. mchSO Im PLAsTEROF PARIS MAALt ACIOIU, At the foot of Harrison - street, North - River iTjrilERG manufactured Platter, forcorni Tts.es and other pii'p. e s. mav be had. war rantcl of the first quality, at one dollar and tven to fire eenti iter I be manuVctory is conducted by Mr. John - r,i wiui n M - ryeu a regular apprentice - mil i.i uie u.mm viisinin. mh 51 , J0HN BTER3. n.t.fi iiny - m u " 1 'U.jjti.'AS'Wsa. 11 mi YiTiwiwi 11 W POcT COACH LINE iron I HILADELrWA by way or powi ttmoon IMfOnTAlIT TO PASBKSTCKmS. No correction with the port chaue line. ' PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. ANDOPPO S1TION REVIVED. A NEW Line of Post Coaches with every con - XJL vemenr.e fcr passengers and baggage, on Springs THROUGH IN ONE DAY. The Post Coach will start from the Coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - tireet, N. York, every morning, (Sundayt excepted) at haif pait five o'clock, by wuy of Na.vark, Ncw - Bruuswick, Princeton, Trenton an! Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the tame afternoon, nt 5 o'clcck. Lmted States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience Inr passengers ana naggagr, on springs. The (J. S. mail coach will start Ironi the coach office, old No. 1 Court!andt - strctt, New York, every day at 3 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at C o'clock. Only 6 Daisereers admitted. For seats in the above named Lines, apply to THUS. Will i riLLiU, at tlie old etiai - iuneu ( 'each, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. I Courtlundt - stiert. the second oltice from Brnadwav, New - York ; or to A. T. GOOD RICH & CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Ce dar - ttreet. New - York. ft?7AII eood and haEssse at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SON'S & CO. N. B Exprettet tent to any part of the Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. ap 13 rOsT CHAISE. A ton 1 l.li.il?t. will leave - Sew York ere rv day (Sunday excepted) at half past5 in the raorni' s by wayol i wain, only nx paiien - gei admitted, and arrive in Philadelphia the tame evening. Fare through. $ii I lio new Steam Boat Line Experiment, wili leave New - York every day (Sunday excepted) athalf past 2o'ilock, in the Attain Boat Alnlan - ta, and arrive at Philadelphia the next day at 4 o'clock, by tboSteam Boat iETN A from Bristol. For Seatt in the above lines, apply at the Post Chaite Stage and'stenin nont Ulhce, I lu Broad way, opposite the Cily Hotel. (Jjr All good and baggage at the risque of me owner. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. JO.'IN GULICK At SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON it HOWELL, Philadelphia. JV. B. Expresses sent to any part of the Union. ap8 JfOHTH HI r ICR STEAM BOATS. B f9 The Chancellor Living - r, (ton will leave New - YorU lrK - U.li.nliv kn9IIlk In., Sat 5 P. M. There wili be a boat leave New York every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 5 P. M. and Albany oo ionic dayt at 9 A. M. until further notice. mh25 JUL UUJU STEAM BOAT - UJVG The proprietor, with a ... n . i f f BrMiinnirtilAli.iM ,Iia "w - f pulilic, by extending the line i - rUn Norwich, intend making tin: Kpt - riiueut with the Fulton, Cnpt. Law, and this route (if found practicable) will oe continued during the teason. The line will in future be from New York to Norw ich, at follow! : The Connecticut, Capt Bunker, will leavt New - York everv Monday, Wednesday anu Friday, at tl o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Law, wilt leave AorwicA at C o'clock in the mornin); of tbeiamedays, touch at JVt ui - London and depart from thence for Arte Haven at 8 o'clock. The boats will meet at Arse Ha ren, and depart from thence every Monday, Ifednes - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening - the Connecticut lor .Yew York, and the Fultqn for Jeit - I.onrion ar.d A oruicn. . mh 17 STEAM BOAT FOR SALE. OCT or aie, a wen nr.isn - VfjV 1 h . g. Boat, of small r sire, with t cabins, and cab . - VW - S IU .I1J VllCMltlll - ly about sixty paisengers Her hull i of the belt timber, and the it copper - bottomed up to the bends, prepured to be put Into a line ol running immediately. She draws but thirty - two inches ot water, and from the advantageous construction of jier machinery, can be worked at one half Ibe daily expense ol steam boats in general. the will be sold a great bargain, if applied for shortly. Enquire at No. 48 W all - street, of mht:0tf ISAAC G. OGDKN & CO. SWIFT SUttE MAIL COACtiEs, fcb, raiLADKi.rniA, flrr - Leave New - York eve - y inornire (Suedny'sex - ceptcd) nt (o'clock, and arrive in Philadelphia next day (u dinner. The puhlick house are good, and reasonable in their rhnrge. The driver, horses and coaches are not inferior to any others now running between these two cities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence of the rondton this rout, connected with tbe safety, comfort, and reasonable expcncei, are belcived to be strong inducement Ui travellers in giving this line a decided preler ence. I he strictest attention will be observed by tlie proprietori in giving general satislaction. All baggage and packaget will go at the ritk ot the owner unless insured and receipted for by the clerk of taid office. Stage fare only 5, with a eenerou allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel nt their leisure, may engage Uie coach oo reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by npplvinsone day previoui to starting. r or seats acnlv at co. 5 Courtlandt - itreet. New - York. LYON, SONS, it CO. ap 2 Proprietor. KA70.V LI.VE. .. t ii I L A D E It P ii I A . Twenty - de miles land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new post coaches 5 ' Do. good ilager, 4 50 Do. forecastle or deck passengers 3 0 Connected by the steam boats OLIVE BRANCH and PI1ILADF.LIT1IA. The steam - boat Olive Branch will leave New - York every day, Sun days excepted, from thi north side of the Bnttc - ry, at 1 1 o'clock A. M. Passciiscrt wdl Mgt at Trenton, and take the ste - im - boat Philadel phia, so as to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, us time Line Baltimore ftc.m - boals, This line hM a connection with the best Wats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; as also these of the North River and Sound: and their several arrivals are calculated to cans little, if any delay. This is a speedy and certainly the most con venient rout, as the passenger will leave New - York after the hank open, ami arrive in Phila delphia before the hours ol'bnsine without fa tigue in travelling e - t want of ileep, the land carriage, being much less than by any other route between the two cities. For leats in the above line apply to WILLIAM It. JAQUES, At the Union Line Strain Boat OiTu e, in Mat - kelfield - ttreet, north sir! ol" the Battery, be twero Greenwich Al Washington - streets, or to The CAP I AIN on board (t3 Al! good and baggege at tlie risk of the owner. ap t Gl'NfcY BAGS. - iCCO, for tale by. - CKBRA ii CUMING, ap 13 76 Petri - ! rent. takttaMMtcMMtiiMlua j A siUcetaiag peshx kaow bow to distln - , , - ' wcentbioetliatc - l! ',,,B DOCTOR HOUSE, fcn,rt of Uie city. 0 LorrtonT P. arid turgery tiere, deem, it fci, dit tv to rep some on,Tationi aJ Uie abuse of MERCURY, a rath, indiscriminate, aad Bnouah - sand ure tuinuallj mercurialized f 1 ence. Tbediw - Au k... ; ol exist. tal result, chieilyto thiMouTe.11 ZSt Ihat a young Dian, the hope, 0f hi. cwmtry.V; the darling or m. parent, ahould be n tx?ed . way Trnm all ti.e proecu and enjovmenUof liu by the contequeacc of one ocraarder .nd by a disease not in it. ownuTe aTa which only proves so from neeW or treatment.". A gentlcmar, (late JJr ?Pr tiejt) now perfectiy hearty and wellfcld bee's" under physicians of geneij practice. and repeatedly a!ivu d 5 wlfen rrCS.' Dr. 11. (by a gentleman of tlii city 1 hitlJ were carious, and bis desh droppinrrom k5Ml bis friends declared he could BoVpor!b?f. ' two month, longer. Thou.and, MpeZel! know with what ease and safety Dr H ' citei the severest cases, and corulrms'the'rrlif.'i'" lution. The Doctor', plan (advertuiK) h?" ccitary to guard tlie public ogaintt the anu , mercury, and other fatal delusion, held fortk Persom, tlicrefore, having contracted , rT vate disorder, or su.ting leunt p W - admomslied not to tamper with their coosiii lion, or conceal the disorder, tii pwt i. ry ; others having tie remains of an old i or other impurities of the blood, asweHasTof tr complaiuU of a delicate nature, in iii ex. should remember potterity, and do iX.' to their conscience, by making amii, - to Dr. H. at hi. old Ind rentable liil.ment, No. 64 Water - ttreet, four SWt 1 of Obl - sup, to obtain that prompt utittaJI . lone calculated to pre .tnt ihscloture. Aiid b,V let me claim your serioos ttenUooPB,emk;", a superficial cure is no cure at all ; unlets theb. ime.su radically dime, you will certainly ha ibe disorder irc;ik out again with redoubled i. Ii?nity, at tome lutnrc vriod s perhaps then will oetoolatefor remedy. IWt you often mci I. the ti - eti niiterahb - . mnfiNf. .1 uven a bit of noe on Uieir face .' Tnke'waraint I beseti h you. Dr. IPs. character for skill and stubborn intt - jnty being universally known in this cilv. iiu, IHOLmiaritiilee to nulienls thai A..v. - ' . v - .u . r - ...to,, anu secrecy hitherto unkuown, and having cci lined bit ... ...... ,.s v. , uucq m, practice forye.irs pat, cxclmiiely to Inecureof :. . r r, i s - '"eijr so mecureof diseases of the blor,d vitm. IbeT msi.ir.i..., un - rii - rs ui tne uitH.u yim. iney mayi culate on the moit decided advantaz ..i. 1 1 - IT a .i ":.i - . ..i.J " . 'V'1"' ;es in co. Ull l'X IfTm XI. Gleets eradicated in tw or three weeki. Strictures removed without hnii; . . er initiumenl ; and all debiUtie; Jikewie all umi u ei.ii luiin, iisiuia - s w , A plurality or ofhee are provided, and so lit, ated that nAtirnti nrp nnf vnruH .i obtervation. Open till half past 9 in the evening. .... , - . v. ..j . i hi 3 uc iree i ailing, and aneaking with Dr.H. which i tree of rott. And here iii llm - lnr rgnnni u ,i . . - .khuw. mwv,u U. cxnrestion of rntlilu.l for irnnni...KL memlationa, and for the decided preference (it it presumed with juit cause) long given him by judicious public. m. u. aii letters mutt be poit paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 If JftlTHEJi iUACKtHY AOJi JMPOdl - DR. EVANS' superior method of curing a certain Disease, isnow miner - ally acknowledgod in tan city ; hit mode of trentmeDl is perfectly mild. tafe. i - peuiuou. and biiclargi reasonable. In cverv ii. stance he warrant a cart, and will return tlie navifha does not perform agreeable io contract. . a i ... iv ' w.j mnaji uutervea. There are many persons in this city and its vicinity, laboring under various chronic disease, such a cancer, old inveterate ulcers, strofua or king evil, fittula, dieae of the arethra, bladder and kidniea, ord complicated complaint of a certain nature, biliou and other obttruc - tiont, rheumatism, Vc. which they consider incurable, they ran certainly be cured fin general) by applyinintDr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. 9, Peck - slip, having practised in extensive hospital in Europe 1 years, under some of the drat Surgeons and Physicians in the world, a made those obstinate disease) hi constant study for 30 year. . Oct It fXf Thq subscriber having recently returned from England with an importaut improvement on the. arfifif ial s - irinfl. I .irri 1. i.ym tl.'.. w.tvl (, J " , I.I IM.UIV. of informing hit friends and tbe public, that all uiu wno are to uiuonunaie a io oe in want oi a le?. or arm. thev can b nrrnmmndsfail t in. plying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. run wm. rutins. frt - WHEATON it DA VIS, Fancy Chair Maaufac turers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite SL Pauls Church oner for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornament ed in gold ie hronrr, Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls Rocking, Sewing, and Convena - tiin Chair Snfu. Settee!. Loungee. Music Stools, tc. Orrlprt from finv nnrSnf IhAS - nntinMlteYecntf1 with neatnet and dispatch.. Oid Chair repaired, painted and ornamenns. mh 9 " JfF.W DHESSIJVG ROOM. . AFRUMF..1TO, No. 1 Wall - treet,ji - . lurnil frnm llal. has the honoor to iniorm tbe gentlemen, that he cut and drete b" the latetl ityle, Bnd in a mntner o c - it to the phuiognomy. He ha for ale a Qnn' 11170U1I Arik. r...fr ntilifr. if they oo ijr vi ivnt.vi.j ui ito Mis - j , k ,e not plense on trial, the purchaser aie at ""vJJ to return tnem, and receive inemoni.T - ' - likewise procared a very fine hone, to restore rasors to a very keen edge and snouio Ihty not cut he will receive no recoinr'TKo. Those penllemen who may plea to 'fj with their patronage, may urpviiu particular aad respectful attendance. . is. uentienveD wnouoecriuo " - , - to ler will haveiheir razors, lc. kep etclnHStT for themselves. ". , e,t P A muvt (ournevman wanted. . rVV'l SM mh6tf rpilE CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 138 JjA - 1 . . . i Mtt.ttinr oi X. lrn - sireei, near rnnu..j, " . trm - ex tensive and choico collection of ",,orlr vein, vyase, Mogtapny, '"""""i tales plays, review W3? - thm nrJ, CaiaKifjuetmay netii which is open lor hcriber, al twaal. mh4tf l - NEW - YORK : ' PRIXTED A.VD PUBLISHED MICHAEL BuhfHAM It CO. o. naa - Trv..i

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