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INSOLVENTS, ADVERTISING FOR THE HE5EnTprraEACT : is. this state. , B J flJH Al C W - ' Tboaa8rcy, April 28 - tl Jul Alexantle, Jmm tO ah Bate. Jo w : Jaiue Mead. Juoe ". ' IwKeelef, ertoiiahKeter, MJ W JosJack, May ; ' - ; John Dick, - May 6 V J' "" ' ' ' , ' - PimLCroi, May30 " ' Charle W.iOakleT, Juulf Lott,juO. Abrnbaoi Wa. B. Towoseod. May 11 , : - ; SU VaaDurer, My 4, ' ' ' ' Wm. Warner, Henry K. Hoyt, May IB . Nathaniel MitcUU, Jowa u - - - Jooatbaa Watka, Alaj 3JJ K , BenL WUIiaoB, Wn. Bnachler, Wy 19 Wuj Thompson. J f 19 ; IsaaDeoe,May 18 - - - Kpbraiaa btatr. May tf 1 Rrnii M'Gituuw, May 11 rWI - oa W. Winchester, April Tboma C, Trry, Juwi t, " Jauiel Turner, April 7.i:iT;s ,;. Osbe Wilder, Janet .,, ,x . , H.ary Hastings, Mar t5 , . BtepbeoMosa, .May 18, ioho I. Mumforel. MM 18 , - Ptftna fVhmkft. Mar 23 Philip K.Mhleabargtdo "',. Jai.6a, ftHylt'. Tboma BuUar. May It . " Jttatu county Btfort fhtlip S. Parktr, Ju Wer, .iflaay.,i - .l ,Rosel P. Coade, Jaly S , i - r - - fllbAaPatke,Mert9 , Henry J - Ostrom, May 19 lkaGifford, Juoeirj Joba MHJatlwy, May tt Arnold Nebon, May 15 . . "Bamutl LegJ, Jud 6 , ; , n - - .Samttel Ug, May ; - - .'Uni.U KiiL J una S . . ' : " Robert AoJerioa VViHiam Aadaraan, May 8 1rA Siaann. ItMk. Mat3 . iVn'tif s .Varftam cwnlvUtfon. ftkt Smith, ntjvdgt . William Pee, Jum ftth.Ml ti. Imetoa. Julf 18 " Otorj Cowan, Jaoe i . V'jtBr If. liarnnitoo. JtU 17 . JoU rhtJpa, Jaiy . , . . . liUCaikiv Juoaaj, , Oiief Baikal, aa tl JtraelOibota, JuacSU . ,. .. Kobert f'arrwgton, May 18 , William lUtcl), May 18 - , Otttf CiaUBert JatpK Whit, Jlnl Jvdg in A team tfOurm VmMeji. Xtiiba Uoraiof, Ji - j - . AahMl VVarMf, May StS , JacoOMilla, Mar S3 ; 1 . 8an4 Uriffin. Sana Jo . t - imlaiKl Klliolt, Mar 3J - ; - joiephVriKga, Miyta ., Vilcad Laiui'i May It ,; Job Milk May 1 ,fl , , , Bcoisoiia tilea, May 16 , C a1 2wiJ'irf Upturn L. Xarcj, j Coulant VebU;f,juB. May 30.:, , iasial Atwaur. May 16 P - jtoott. Hurlbrrt, Jmm4 - Oiwiwriigt CttntyBrore Joihua Fomanjlrtt " '' " yttoJC)nanlii)f. WlHamCrae,td June I - ; CbMtor Ballard, aad MaJtiaa St. Jotio, July 10 JoelBrittotyJuoal S f Milea Allco, Jaoat ' - JoaepB Catei, May 9 I Mac Wataoo, May St Ortia'Iharbar, May 16 Eirward Camp, Juua 18' ' ' EifatiUrkwealhar. May 19 i . Jot Weill, Jim 16. i. Philip Tiiu, June U Eiljdli WaUiB, June 5 Ii Pond, June 1 Bilki Ball, nrutiaco. Mar 10 HrwAif (on C'awKy w W nMoty . BancA fcbatr8aeiftobrtCoB,adJoha Al ikiCJif (U ' - ' , , Jrfca Ryoldi, June 5 EinTrraL Jaoa6 : Centuet muniy 13 e fort John H. Jontt, fir D',fh &aMaa, Jane 4 . ; Roderick RStoard, aad , ' I)nd Raoom, Jum 4 Jacob Van tialder, inn. July 1 Jamet Crainioo, July 6 . ,(, khoU Uartlei. juu, Juna 4 . pmon Copley, June at4 liriuil Webber, June 28 , Tom Lemen, May U , Ana Bennett, Juna IS Solomon Ilaitioga, May S9 John Laid. Jane t MarcM Cartar, Jane 6 Gilti Bih p, May t6 Bylranut Hammoiid, do Francia Mourn, May tS f - Jiirk l'oll. ofBaUria. Mar tl Saratoga count Btfort StUmgn Child, firtt Judi!r,inGrttnfieii. ' ; Chartet Waicrmno, June 19 ; , . Ely Baldwin, Juno 12 Oiadi.b Wood, June 13 Benjamin Rowkrana, June 8 John vYalth, Juna 1 Robert Milter, Juue 8 Zara Gilbert, May 15 Peter Angle, May II) . Peter Duo, June 6 ' Tbomaa C. Cbace, May 9 Joseph ti. Piane, May S5 II udien CWy 6or . D. Mtndl. John Bi llogarioom, June 1) - Andrew Kincirey, at Hudton, June 6 letter Leailbetter, Jiwe 8 Mepnea Paya, May ttf - Oliver WhiUker, My 19 John J. Evert, Jane It Henry Schrmerhom, May 11 AMraw Race, May 39 JameiS. Van VaJkeobnrgh, May IS William I ellowa, May l Columbia Countv - b'fore John I. MiUtr, En,. Godfrey Garner, Jane 20 Aaron Shaw. run. June It Cwgcoitftry BefbrtOU&ahGerman, Etq. mjtrmen, John Hoskin, July II John W. Trass, Jane 23 Nicholas King June 23 Joseph Jusuce, Mar iv tnt Judge in Charltittm. Silas Simon, May 90 Amasa Dudley, June 27 Josiah Fort ate. May 16 Sletioeacouruy - Btfort TntmuM'Burnty, Jtrtt Juitt, m famiei - Tott. Bamael Campoett, jun. June I - : Fraaei Yawger, May IB Jacob Hill, May 14 ' ' . Jacob Cooklin, joa. Jane 8 Oneida twnty Brfort Mom, S. Miller. Jaftin Cooley, jun. Jury 11 Walter Fewfcr; Juna AmbroM Jones, May 30 WtiUarn Week. May 16 John G suit, May 16 Aboer Bartlett, Janet Josiah W. Bagg, Jane t Btfort Aorta WiUiamj. Jeorg A. Bartlrtt, Jun SO Nathaaiel Keat, July 18 Orarur munty Before falhan H. WhUe, At OotSen. : ! i ' ! ' . i i j ' ' ' I t ; ': ' . . ' ; . Eta. Anama White, aad Peter A. Millspaugh, Hugh R. Coulter. Jane 20 JohPhoBtitoa, Jane 13 Daoicl Tears, jr June 8 DbbiHT. Smith. Mir 23 John Hedges, John A M'Whorter, May 23 tt ........ . U II 1 ... ' J v ..j.im.ii vciunij ;n j i j Alimhsm Rrlyea, May 12 BeruajBiaWtllajMay )S JeffemCmmlit.Btfn W.D.ftr. i BamelCae,Jaiy 1 - - - ' Abrabaaa Hedge, Job Hodw. May t3 ScAMarat Cmmty, kft Wwu Bukmm y mt SKtm. ' - PbilipToa,May Abelfcisby, Jane 8 ; WiUnm Be'cne, May John H. Ackley, Jane 8 Jeremiab Cole, 'do lliihiB ABrfntra. Mar 30 - ' Quickm Vmmtv Btftrt Jmti ZmoU, Eq. lleary I. Fmtt, Jaae U JoaepnOad - av Julyl Waller Pue, Jum tO Heary I. piatt, June 4 DaaM rrdieb, Jooe 6 George Cooke, May tl , , Itace Bryan, May X0 Matbantel Raralet, do . JWpk H. M'Uord, May 88 baaed Hint, May SO AaroaP. Ketcham, Mayt3 Dtfmcwr CmmiVt htftn l - ae Ogien, Etf. Anion fJombt, lumt 3 H'trrm County btftrt tVm. AeoW. Bern Whitman, and Reubea Willard, June 8 Avery benedict, May 30 (Samuel Upbam, June 13 Jntia Ktrd. June A Jaaxi Troinball, llieodoruj Ilopkioi, May 30 Aiahaa Bcofttiu. Nayau Frattet Harm, May 16 Htritmtr County, brfort KaJimn Smith. Jade Watnon, May 16 Suffolk Vunty - bror T. Strong, E Phint.i WbiUoiv Jui 30 v Uriah Zuoli. Ma 16 Sulluan County, beurt Wtlliam A. TKompton, f. ; Jr av' mi 'Pfi nmr. ' ' '" ' Jabei Wakunvuo, May S7 ,. B furt Abraham Bnxntonj Eta. Lyman Batet, June 9 ' $tnetm County Utfor J Knot, ?. Junitu beUtCbaae, June 3 lirjort judge Sayre. Robert Par, and John froi, May It franklin County, b - jor. Albon Man, Esq. Henry Ullty, June Ontario County, btfort JudgtJficluiUu. Roll rt Hirlcv. Juiih '1 Henry Kliworth, and J.mei Eliworth July 7 Oartinc Smith, May 35 Btfort Jf. tV. IlimxU, Etc. at Cananiaigua. Perry Huiaell, July tl Caleb Harrington, Jum 24 I horaaiO. Bryan, June I ' Perry G. Buck, Lyman Tripp, Enoa I rencli, Junett . t, Clinton County, btfort Pliny Xoort, Etq. Darid Petera. June ti ComeliuiM. trwiu, June 10 Copt County, brfort Judge Mtlltr. Jared Weeki, July 3 . Richard Burnet, June IS TimMhy Moahi - r. July 14 ' Jotiah 0ck. May II' . Erattua U. Tattle, May 31 Corllandt County, beart Jttdt hop. Charlci Parker, at llomer,, tdMoaday in June J tepn Brah, July C. . Joteph B. Dayton, May 18 tiauiuel Blair, .May j ' John Sloan, May II 8amuriliiaala,Juaet Henry Smith, do Jonah Witcoiaon, May 18 lUnu'laer county, brfort Judge Xattert. Henry Travii, May 23 ' HI. Laurence County, btfort Judge Ford. ' Jacob Koaev.lt, Mav Stl KeuelTaylor, May 30 ' Schenectady, brfort O. Cleveland. Rmwell Perry, June 6 Peter Kobbint, May 18 Otia Knight, May 12 " Peter Robbina, May 11 Otueiro County, brfnreJudgtMooney. Iiaac Caulkitu, June 'tt Broome L'eun. brfort iudte Brilliant. Jonathan Kdwardi, oi' Biiigliampton, May 19 Ciller County, brfort judge Llmewlorf. John I. Mile. Mny 11 tfianara, brfort judge Irilktiuon. Lott Patterson, July 10 Harry Henshaw, June 2 Before J. W. Moullon, Eif, Asa P. Harris, July 6 Chalaoue etntnty, before Zetta Cashing, Etq. Joseph H. Akin, July 15 Nathan Cass, June 23 . HttUChctttr County, ijir: 0tn. i Jeremiah F. Rider, May 55 Tempktm County, b'fore John Hut Ion. . Htrmnu Schuyler, May 20 . . : Cornelius I). Urc - eo, May id I Richmond County, before John Oarretton Nathaniel Martin, June 13 Christian J. Bedell, May 30 Ureent Cmmlt, brfort Luther Carter. Matthew Salsbury, May 26 Qurem t'ounf.v. brfort Cary Dunn. Richardson Reynolds, June 15 Levi County before Silai Stow. Benjamin Rich, July 9 HORSE FOR SALE. PLEASANT saddle Horse will be sold jM. cheap hy a gentleman about to leave town Apply at this office. my 4 11 AN AWAY from the iiibicriberon the 1 7th ten, aged 19 years, is anoui it leei, it incnei high, wall made, and a pleawtnl goou looking ilack. He was dressed in a tbort olive colored velvet jacket and blue pantaloons It supposed to b working about some of the wharves in this citv. or harboreil by some few people or color, Whosoever will bring the said servant to hit master. No. 59, Murray street, or will give iu formation where be may b found, shMI b lib rally rewarded for their trauble. Aud all per sons ara hereby cautioned against harboring or employing said servant, as they will, in such cac, subject themselves to tbe utmost r'iror of the law. R. WHILEY. ap 30 tf BERGEN ORPHANS COURT. 0( Ihe Term ol March. IB IB. Catharine Schuyler, Administratrix, 4c. f ol John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute, deceased. rpHE court order and direct, That Catharine L Schuvlrr adDiinintratrix of the eoods. chat - I tela and credit oi John A. Schuyler, decanted, give public notice to the creditor of tlie dece dent to bring in their claims and demand agamsi the estate ol trie said decedent, on or nerore tne first day of May, ia th year of our Lord eigh tesa hundred and nineteen, by putting up antices to that effect in Bv of the nnl public place in the oaaty of Bergen, for the spara of two Booths, and advertising the inme lor the like paper printed and published m the city of New York. A true transcript from the record. aptHgm JOHV A. BOY D, Sur'gate. EAU Mt.DlM.MALE D'HUssO.M. THE Eatl Mcdicittiile i be simple t x tract of a plant whoso urcpertics were lie fore un known in medicine. If has lit most singular and almost infallible influerK e over the gout, of which it relieve the seven - tt pain in a tew hours. and eotntnonlr earner off the mmt violent pa roxyimt in two or three days. 1 he asiooianiag relifl obtained by amnllitude of sufferers in this rutnuT pnHt in r.urupe , anu 111c it.i it.iutd' tinithas rapidly at quirt 't arr nrools ot lis ex Inordinary efficacy in tliatdisae. A small par cel 01 mis mr - dii ioejuvt received ana lor ibi 17 IICJL.L. tt l.u iv .x.. imCCCIST. mySlw 1 IS I'euil - strcet. ' BE AVER HATS. JOHN FORD bas jutt received aoi is Bow open in; B larrt!' atSfiHinriit of l - mtlon and Amaricna Beavrs, (Jailor. Roraras, and Cbil - .,.rU 01 "bich he is now oCWnng for s:.i stmtwholaleand retail Hat Store. So. 11 yiaidrn - laBe. . ap 14 ! l iwl day Jfew ing born, terms sual fully soil uu any snd tury. and ol of ilia ers v - Uie copy that and Loiirt the the Court of ry crea two and are t 'pwo or THREE Bfallerorn can be baad - J. somely accommodated with board, io one of HiiMaatests - psruol Broadway, the family iq r 2 "1UoB debS'ul. Apply at Ni. " nJ. UlJ 1 41T 1 . v l .! ct Wommodatinie the i ha iHTiur tar wr wiiu mw public, by ezleudiog the line jua norwaca, Hruau asaaw ilw:auiriuruiitbe FalluM, Capt. Law.aiMl this roate (W louad practicable) will be ceatUMtetl daring teat'. - ,. lue line win in immr ! j.bw w Norwicl - , aa foUowa t 'J ha Cvanttlkut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - 1 ork every Monday Wednesday aad t'rtday, at tt o'clock, in Ibe morning, lor New - IUu. 1 be Faltno, L'apt U..II kua AerivreA at 6 o!cluck in tlie morning of ttieaaajedny a, touch ut JVewLondon aaddeiMirt kom thence for H oven at 8 o'clock. The traaU will meet at A'ew aim, fUnut from ttienca every Monday, H tdtut - and Friday, at 1 o'clock iu Uie evening ill Connecticut lrVew Xtrk, aad the Fulton lor - Lcndo and jVwvka. miu WlLl.l.vM flOOKhK, No. 202 i.ler - st. corner of Pulton - street, New - York, hav - received a lnrp - e stipplv of tba real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day fc Martin, 97 High Hoi - London, offers the same, io wholale or retail, for exportation, or bom consumption, on th most liberal and advantageous to pur. chaiars. This inestimable composition, with hair the u - labor, produces a most brilliant jet black, equal to tho bighei japan varouh ; affords peculiar nouruhmeot to the leather ; it will not the finest lineu ; is perfectly free from any pleasant smell; and will retain Its virtue in climate. As an incontrovertible proof of the superior escellenc of this blacking, it has stood th terl commanded tho moiit rxttmive s'ale in nil quarters ol the globe, for upwards of half a cen - Feb 16 Kiilll I II HTREKT NO'I IC1C. NOTICE is hereby given (o nil peron interested, thut tbeCoinmiiiioirtT of estimate aim - raent, appointed by tho Supreme Court Judicature of the sUte of New - York, to perform certain dufirs relttive to tho opening of Fourth street from the Bowery road to the nxth avainiife - in the Mr - hih ward of the said city, hue completed their estimate and assessment us well the loss and damage sustained over and above hrnrfit ami ariviuitaee received hr the own of l;,e Innd and premises required lor the said iiiiprotement, - as also ol tlie rjrneiu ana bo - uita - re received hr tbc owner and parties in terested ol and in lite lands and premise not requited for the (aid improvement, and that we said I'mnmisaiontis nnve acpouieu a true or such eilimaie ana awsimeiu in ne trks hITm e of Uie city of New - York, for the inspection of whomsoever it may etneern. And notice is hereby given to all person iuterested the report of the Commissioners of estimate assessment will be presented to tbe Supreme of Judicature of the stateof New - York, at city hall of the city of New - Ycrk, on Friday 16th day of May next, at the opening of the on that day, or as soon thereafter as counsel can he heard thereon. Datqd, this 291h day April. 18 IU PETER HAWES, ) PETER 8TAGG Commisrioner. JOHN TARGEE. ap 9 14t ' JVLLT. For one or more vears, the following House at llarienville, near the five mile stone, Bloonnnauale road. A pleasantly situated and convenient two sto House unit Stable, wiui a uaruen aua lour a - at land. Also A d easant r situated and convenient starv House and btable. with a large Garden three acres ol lanu, now oi tne noove piacn well stocked with different kinds of choice Fruit - trees, i Also A pleasantly situated and conveaieni wo story Houte, with a btable and two acresol land. or furtlier partirulaw eruirof JACOB HAHat.Pi, 'apSftlm Near the premise. TO LtT. DUB From the first of May next, the two - T c - .u ic - iai ... iiii n.n. I JllUrf OOtS llUWtl, HW. .7.ir. TJ. u.v..r wich - at. h excellent repair . hhrtlt i.titr. in thr rcir. sml will be lei oo vtrv rea - 1 snnable terms. Also, to Let oritur, from 1st May next, a very convenient uweiung iiousc, ohjhc Love lane, near tne v - mue tione, nuwery at meient ocotipird bv Professor Adrain. It is . : .'. J . , t CTJr - 8 ZmSUieTra lit. "a7 wo ki chen., 8 pMtma, ,v - o . - - two cistern. The garden is very large, and well stocked With fruit tree and shrubbery, snd may be taken possession of immediately For term, apply to 11ALSEY It GOSMAN, 31 Old - slip, or to GEO GOSMAN, ap 29 496 (ireenwidmtreet Lift. Vf tA THICK Hi - . - tii, By Wm. Wirt, Eo. 4 00. fflHE publisher deems it unuecessary to ay JL any tiling in favor of tha merit of tint work, contenting himself with mentioning that Ih first edition of 2500 copies were all dupossd of in a few months. Th 2d improved aditioo lor sale by ROB. M'DERMUT, ap 25 aw S2t l'erl - st. PROSPECTUS VOR rPBMSRIIIO BV SCBSCRir - TlOW A MAP OF MEXICO AM) LOUISIANA. '1 "HE publication ol this Map ha been under - ." a. ' - i .ak: 1 lakel ti tm immuaunji wrvss it vaar ii a w ninitmiorniBilon,nigni,intrr,,nSBi;..i.evT:n. - Inl rriaia . und the n uuh e Mam which tne BO - .. . . i .l: ' i. .i . . I, .nr.m .n.m i . n TH SQUjYD STEAM BOA T - LIXB. ..r, rj I n litm in tn inn iouu, iwif mi mi , r 7. " ..: " " r - - - - . . .. . V ini5, 1816, and 1817. induce him to bMve that of the akin, together with a auuierous train of at Trantoo, and tak th tem - boat I hiladcl - Ui Map, wilheven all its imperfections will be evils, arising from neglect rr improperly treating Bhia, so as to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock much the most perfect which ha appeared be - of h most insidious ol maladies, have given way lhe .xt morning, in time to Uke the Union fore the public. This Map will contain the latest and nesi in - formation from the discoverie and possessions of the American. Spanish, Russian, British and French travellers and navigator and represen - tins tbe claim of their respective government 00 Ihe Northweitern coast of America. The Map will include that portion of North America, which lies between the Isthmus of Da - rien. and rhe4!ith decree of North Latitutle, and irom the BUtsiisippi luver wettwaraiy 10 uie I'acinc ucean. ' in size uie kibd win o aoont s ov live irri, . 1 . I I . . T I IT . . . and will b projected on a scale of 40 miles to the inch, to be delivered to the lubsciilier at fif - teen dollars ch. Natclies, MarchT, tins. ap7t.Bl mtturrisTnirivr f .1.. r . a , t . " ... jU Ijllt, in tlHT 9. V, o, nml III niinili Binni l . 01 Mhn - Ji are on regulated a. - .d peved streets. mnA.1 will K prnnir4 MnH.r IM va&M. if Bold. interest excepted. Several two and three story houses, on which iiuiii.i. .1 . great part 01 tne money remain on mortgage. LANDING A ; RED HOOK. . . - II - .... I . iii. . - .... .. . . . .j , ... . gr in rtiriiiniiiiiyii iui im nrw. wiiu tii bi.it.i.m I no . . . an Ol otnu, piriuMniiT ituatcts, witn b wiitn, lime house and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Hara, with WicrMofhsd, and a never failing strtam, apoa which 20 mill may be erected, wita a aomciency 01 water lorescn. Apii'y at At. x UreeawKh - itreet. jan 1J tf "7LEPHANTOIL,SEALSKINS: PEARL - Hi The cargo of th ship Sea - Fox, consisting of sea elephant oil, for an J hair teal skinr and mother of pearl, b now landing at TownsentTs wharf, and for sal in lot to tail purchaser, by J. BYER9; or, ' E. FANNING, - ' my 1 U No. 29 BorUo; - lip. ffiwi0c W ktknktcak nAit - iTAs mati m k m or I aW fa M m. . ' . - - - - - i - I r bAVtJO Jwhurgn eve - in Sunder. 1 uetday. $tt&oA Ibunday avomin?, at .;? J tlirfe o'clock, ruua through JMoesttiry, Btoemingnurgn, rionuteii", j tVhile Lake, Cohtion, Mount Pleaaant, Ortut Bend, Clienaiurn P - int, Owega, IUiica, and Ge - aeta, tfCaaawlaiua. Relurnii.p leal e ranawtuigita every Mon. ly, Wednewlay ami Friday mot ninga ut three o'clock, and arrive at Newburph, tlietl.iid dav in time to take the Steaiu - boaU wlncli arrive in Kew - ork me miHiwing iunimr. - - y Jtmaybeexytrtid thut at all timitwht the ttram - lmatt alter thiit dayl of twitting, Ut this lute will alter to alio meet tlum The whole route will be perfumed in three days, from the firt of May, until the first of the fint of November of November until the flfteenth ol UeccmUrr, aim irom i.;e . . , i fiAcenUi of March mvilthe timt of May, m . n 1 four uaya ana iroro me ioui urt'"'"i . from KewVork every raf.imi!, s - uiiUhi ex - til the liflctnlh of March the same line wili he rrp(.(, nt () oVIock in tho fleam Hol Atnldif eontinuett to the City orJNew - ior; ana run i ih, loil - i nr I rrnlnn, and aruve l riiiaui ipin - i, i from thence to CaiiamUigua in four tlavs. in a Meam Boat, next morning ut IU o'tiotK. know v,UU what ease and sittety lit. U eradi Psenuer tiavelUng from New - York to Fare 6 dollar. cite the JJfverest cases, aad confirm, tte'coniii" rsnger. , . v p. s. PasscnRers arc rcqur.ird to coll and (ution. The Dorfor'a p an (udvertiWi i. J1 r.namlagu.i,Nuirarawn the ctlict Old No. I Com! - ceuary to guard the public agaJwt Te ao.' York in J.e eveninj - ste.m t..at. ,alM.Mrect Nol..Vork. . ..rcufy, and tflrfatal cklirsnl hew CJ.tuid.gu4 in three days - a dmonccol three Coarn) for n.h - iphin, Vtni.' tl,eafre, hav.D. ror.trald . liomlretl milra. The line I well tunUMlltd u, vn.l,in.iru I'.lr. with t - veiv AirA. ..i tn.H:.?. I...... ' . a Pn - with good, new carriages s good horses, and careful and experienced driver Kvery atten - lion will be paid to render the passace of.th.e traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it U believed that the accommodation on this line are equal to any line in the state. OCJ - PARR from Newburgh to Cinandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. U. A branch of the same line run three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owceo Tiofra, Point, thence tience through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, ice BAGGAGE, as usual, at the riik of Uie owiu rs. David Godfrey, Bloomiughurgh,') E. C. Kf. John, Mount Pleasant, j L. ti R. Manning, Chenango, I Propria - Luther Gere, llhirn, tor. 8nmuel Greenliff, Geneva, I Oliver i'helps, Luniing, J mh 14 dCra VALUABLE HIMI. ESTATE FOR SALE, in the cirv or KkW TOftK. .MVE lots ol ground on the west sideofGreen - ' wkh - street, between Vestry and Deshros - ses - itreets. 35 hr 00. f our do in tlie rear ot tne anove, trowing ou the eat t side of Washington - street, ii liy Ml. Eichtdo in the block below, between wusti ins ton and Weit - street. . .. . r . in iionijjnniTT cooniy 6000 acres of Land in Lawrence's purcnasu, l near East Canada Creek, on the north side of the AlohawK. I r i! j .1Un . r m ' A Morris and Davton. alW J ' t - W' MISIIUf )M MIW in uicx ionniy. 7832 acres of Land in the town of Barry mor. In the Countr ot Lewi. 1350 acres ol land in Casterland, Cliassanis Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 acres iu Palmer's purchase. Enquire at the oQice of the subscriber, J4 le - dar - strtet. BEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf l.OiUESriON. oh SOUR btOMACH, IS acknowledged by medical writers to be a S compiaimoi itnonom ainn, aou at vu iiran very tliUirult of cure. This is siilhciently illus trated in the disappointment of those who unfor tunately suner unuer iu as iiiei . lor ne mosi part. find that alter having tried many thiiiga to little xrsus perhaps the remainder of life) such articles as can at best but palliate the disease. Under tuch circumstance, anr medicine capaine oi remo ving Ihe complaint, mutt surely be an article nighty deserving ine attention oi an iii - ve who are afflicted with it ; such a combination is to be .ilh in nu ML - All'S ATIllYrF.I' - Tffj gTO.MACH PILLS the soccer of which lias never yet been equalled, for the cure lof rfviiwriiia in its most comnlicnted form, such Mi0MOJ,pMU,e M - te. turn, ffatulen Icy, knawiog paui lathe stomach, pain in the side, great coitiveness, paleness la me couine - nance, lansuor. lownet oi spirits, pain in uie ' . t - . .. I .1 .1 .. .. r.. .r ...m j: according to the directions, will never be ditap - 1 iminiMi. n ih hum nr hern once Known to fnil in producing a radical and permauent cui. I 6 i lie usot a single nox win convince ine mosti nnn uie cxccncncr ui me tomnun uu tout, iun - iinhnlii - vinir oi il.i'ir eflicacv. Tlier will mott nected with the raMv, comfort, nnd reasonablt effertually remove alliourneis ol the stomach, .......!,.. I... n,i. o. - .H hut h. iir. recta l&i orlrii tMe ViiVe. wiiicb , a iad M ,he Ume wjn rellore in the debilitated oreans ol Oizction. thai tone vitrour which is absolutelr necersnrr to the we;i Kjn - 0f the animal economy. Price one dollar per riox. tor sale oy ar m a . it'triay V JUMil Cy. mUlCUIStJ, LTUgltl, No. 1811 Greenwich - street, Where mar be had. wholesale aud ret.iil. a large ana central ntnonm'Ui oi genuine imigsinnv prcviou. to hum inn and Medicines : Surgeons instruments ; Apothe cary' Glass Ware ; Enclish and Anifricnn Pa tent Medicines. Alio, Dyer's and r u'k - r aiti - clei, Medicine Lhetl, Cc. On liberal term. mh a 8m IR - DE ANGELIS, formerly practitioner oft U Medicine inttiu military Hospitals M nap. let, and admitted a member ol tbo Medical So ciety cf New - York, wher he ha resided since tbe year 1708. and his reputation and success in practice, Is now established in the knowledge of I the public hy near 20 years experience, continue to b contultrd at hit office, No. 222 Water - ttreet, opposite Crnn wharf. , In Rheumatic aud Venereal cases, Dr. De An - relis bos been wonderfully successful t and the i i v - v s , , xvt.i vs misvi sv t am v c s i Br - most terrible sheets of those disorder have I (iiu'ntlv h?ii rurpd hv hin in thnrt innrn tf . , - ..r" : ji:" - "f .C .;IT 1 .iivUii.. mucin. kl tlhttriirtinrs. ti cm in Ihe tlimitl nH I .lilTn.. ill' tK. inint. nhlM inlk. Ufflhl .mnliniu " """.7."' ' "K - reuioie """tumaijr vi.w,1nBgreai neasure attnbutahle to his well known Anti - rhiumatic and Anti - Sjphilic Syrups, which. 7 " V. 1 .ow ui - rr, n.. " tne emaciated patient io rigor, and health. " " MM LKf?S ITCH OLVTMEJfT. KT ARR AN TED an infallible remedy at ons I r r application, may b tued with perfect taletyoa inunl a week old. not contain - nrr a panicle ol mercory.cr any daneront insreilient I wut; ci, anu wi wcuuuipitiiivi wiiu tlt.tl UHCll - 1 1 . . . .. . ,. . . I bv. ,M.II whii - h jlll.nit. Iu .nmirulinn al aIIia. 7 : - - n I reBWUte. i The above medicines are prepared and sold at icr.c o njeiuune otore. 110. w Kiaiucn - iane. aland told by S. CARLE, cornel of Fullou and Water - streets, ! lrur?iti amlcoontrv (tore - keepers sunnRed I ... 1 . . 11 t wu . 1 ..1 ui. . - .v. - . fOfi SAt.tL A hoase and farm on Throe's Neck, ia tlie town and county of Westchester, (ourtwn mile from New - York. The farm enntnin B bout oae hundred acre of excellent land ia good fence. larre hnra anil other convenient out buildings, a good house two stones hii;b, with (our rooms on each floor, elegantly situated on the hanks rf the East River : tlie sita ttinn an - commonly rn - rdthy ; the aighboorhool tbe most Will i I I i I I irspectaole ; anaadance ol Iruitof the lest tjec - uo" a variety 01 lru it Ircc', ami every convp - tion ; scale and shell H - h in great variety taken oience a. Lvunlr may require. For terms which belbra the nous. For farther information apply i u Nwiiuxi hit: prmi - cr. . STE1'HE:, B' nOTTMAS. B,TlIa . " - POST COACH USE roa tlliLADELPillA U " it at or rowx'i - iioo " . , I .KU Vv 1 - - ' - - SB - tW .1 . .r - 4 No n"Ticrtim ill, the pot chaie line. 1 I "l I f. ... , rAtlJ .NLU.St.ir lllBi'l.vr.i, I - n...., ............ it . V I I fll'ITI - i SITIOW llhVIVfcU. n r.iv i.iri r.i iur LAnriii i w!uirr(y iwi - i u - oirni'i - tor putKers od Impgase, Spri,itr JliiiGlK'U ll ui. "1'he Poet Coach will (tail froui the Com b of fice, old No.. I CourlliiuJ - n'.rwt, ;N. York,ev. ry nioruiiu: rHundays eit.ei.tird) at half past five oxiock, i.y ivayoi .ewaru, . - cwui.. - .h.j mereion. ,.,)n,i(,,p ia th. fcf .. , ' r oV, rk rii?t ClifTi l iriiiun mill jjiiaurii, ohu ' ..,,ie ew stem Boat Line Iwlcwtry wn atari convmienco lor pai - ot;ers und baggage, ca print; I n.i II. ?. mil rnni - n U'lll imn iroill the t oacbuSii - e, old No. 1 Courtlandt - street, New York, every tlay at 2 o'clock, P. M. nml arrive at Philadelphia next ni'.icin; at 6 o'clock. Oiil imaseneers arlmitlcd. THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, Stage otl Steam Boat oltice, at the old r nr frtt'i in nit auutc iiniurii ajiuc. ni'i". "iin No. 1 Courtlanitl - sticet, the second olhee irom l nf n..,i... v,..i, . ... i 'i cnnti.li vi..inn, iiin - imn vi w I R1CU &"CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of dar - street. New - York. ... ... (fc - AII gooils and bageage at the riik of the viM.r. JOSEPH I.Y ON. fO.NS ti CO. pwiM.r. JObU II MO ' N. B Expresses sent to any part ot the Con tinenl. by THO.M Aa WHITFIELD. p II i O. - T CiiA.sE. mm APOSr Clltiai. will le.ive tMfw - ork every day (Sunday exct - pteil) at hill pns!5 in thtmornincby wayofN wark, only ix pasen - ger adniittti), no arrive in Philadelphia Ihe same evening, i are mrooga, o - The new Steam Boat Line Kxpenroert, will .... v. r.u ..... re.ln.i.. . - .nt.HI I L.ii. - D.,i2o'cock.'in the Steam Boat Atalau - .nJ D,nv t tl ii - iHliJii ti. nt inv nt a I o'clock, by the 8Uam Boat ETNA from Bririol. For Seats in the i.bove lines, apply at the Post Chaise stage ami steam com umce, 1 1 uroaa war. opposite the (Jity Hotel. Q7 - All good and baggage at the risque of me owner. , JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK SONJs, Princeton. STOCIKTON k HOWELUVhiladelphia. JV. . Lxprettu tent to any part cf the Union. apu ' - jVUHTH Kit' Eli STEAM - BOATS. OirOnthe llth of Mar, iim uum wtii vuNiuirut c ... i . .ii . flSWey running lour times n week, rjuib"foll's: - A lm.il wnl leave New - Y rk on I uesday, al 9 A. M ; Wednesdny, at 5 P. M. t Friday, n.t 9 A. M. nnd Saturday, at 5 lM. of each week ; and a boat will leave Albany on Monday, Wed nesday, I hursday, and snturrlay, at A. ni Chancellor's leaving Albany on Monday, the lllh May, al tf a. ivi. and tne nicninooo having New York on Tuistlay, the l!2tli at a A M I hutire - rlv leaves .vew xork on luetdny, Thuiadav and Saturday, al 9 A. M. (nr New - hntgh, and returnson Monday, Wednesday and f riday, at U A.ivi. . my 8 bVViFi' SURE MAIL CtMCUEb, FOR rUlLADKLTBIA. T - ' &zr Uave ew - York evei v inorniiut fSuadav'sex ri in Philadelphia next dav l.i The puhlick house ara good, and rratonahle in their c ha rees. ihe drivers, horses auiicoacn es ara not interior to any ouieis now runuinc hvern ttiete wo cities. The beautiful country, expenccs, are lieleived to be elron inducements in tmv.ll.ra in nt inr this low a dm iilnl nri - frr ence. I he strictest attention will be observed by u,e proprietor in giving general satiMactioo All baesaKe and packages will go at the risk ol the owner unless insured and receipted for by the clerk of said otuce. Staee fare only S3, with a generous allowance of baggage. Parties wis'iing to travel at their I leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable I terms exclusively to themselves, by applying out For teats apply at Northern Hotel. No. 79 lourtautlt - lrett,new - iork. ap t Propriftors. UtflOH LlXlu. r u ic r 11 1 L A D E L f H 1 A Twenly - fiv mils land carriage, via .New Brunswick and Irenton. In new pott coaches 5 Do. good it ages, 4 50 f I.. lnMM.ll. lt.fV t.......... 1 Cl I MJV. lumaiti, ui ucit.1. , ji. 1 1 1 1. uu Connected by theste - imbonUOLlV E BRANCH . . . . . OU r I ill - A UfLrnlAi Th tuam - hoal Ohve Rranh .III l.a. Xpw.York .r. .!. ..n. Jt ilavi escentail. Irom tha north side ot the Bntle. m . I tl . W A ItT P.mmi.m. 1 liwlsa Line Baumore rteb - boats, 1 This line has a connection With the best boat! on the Delaware ami Chesapeake to Norfolk - , as also those of the North River and Sound : and their several arrivals are calculated to cause III! in, 11 any ueisy. ' . This is a speedy and certainly the most con reuicnt rout, as the passeoger will leave New - York after the banks open, anil arrive in Phila delphia before the hours of business, without fa. tigue in travelling or want of sleep, Ihe land n.s or nam in tiri - u, uie IJUU rvriiiir ""S miicii ten utan py any oioer m - . ' l . , . .1 roate between th two cities. 1.. . - For seat in the above line arpty to WILLI M K. JAOUF.S. At the Union Line Steam Bnnt Olficf, in Mar - ketCeld utrett, north side of the Battery, be tween Orctuwicli c Wa.hinf rnn - s tfetl - v. or to The CAPTAIN on - board. fttT All good and bayg: ge at the tit k of the np 4 'Jis tef fir one or Ft "re ,rnrt, The folrowMic hoettts honte No. C94 Bp - adway, two doors nlKire Wnshington Hall, nth a coach hoot in tht? rear 11 rvciuitril Also, a three story brick hou - e o. 415, in said ttreet. Also, a new and gonlecl two story f.rick house, corner of Litpeaard and Chnrcl;troets, the terras moderate, l or lurlher panrculars, apply nt 4l5Hrondway.. . mh?:i It iji MO.XT - ALTA, . . Uj For sale or to let, the ben nt if til flat lied 'Mont - Alts, srveh md - 's from the. Citv 4a call Hall, on the North River, ;iJitnin lonl Cotir '""J 11 con'aias.SU aires cl I.uid under tn provemeot. withn lai - ge .ftarJou iu good condi - r reasonable, uJ if sold a Ion; credit given if ia"Tr8 U'l .1 ji. I . iKilTfi' aCVy - Jf9k 4T - J3L aVT Vtaft . JSkt dav I j dinner. we. .1 iiu lhat iu 7 l.y anJ ' un( and lr. Lis t lion, fit - rf 0r cr lex. ,0 Ct - ihe he be the I i er ;d of I nr of 9, a 1 l w.cnMl. apply in . N. & D. TAIXOTT, ' ap20 ' MSouth - rt; diiearaiBj pahar know bow tvdidiB'da u twea tiring Umt dtr&t. Dot J uk noRA5,f.Bmf Of Ite - itr of I jhuIah. ha member Of the hfui'r and surKery tliere, ubu it hi. di! t y to r.;i4l auiue ofHervat,,, the abure cf AlEKCUUY a rnah, wducrimiuate, and wLm& Ced ue ttw - rcof, w, beeo prrVjai. tne of infinite .ti, Kir 'i - rz The disease v h ; .... ' .... v . - wtiiu.ui IIICII II I 1 1 Tf - .1 mi.. n w j . ... ...... l.rru 111 iru:t uiu - ny 10 UllSSuurce. M What a nit. a young man, the hopes of his wuntiv lquil!: ui KirMii. Jim. . . t . '' wenU' e an .tcSd ,T. " ' ,ue rrospw - ia unit enHrnieiit...ri.r. confluences of one angaurded moieeM br a dieaa not in its own nature fatal7ai luch on ly ( proves so from neglect or iwptwti rtstintnt." A r. lemar, (l&i, 1J. JJJ now petftcity Lejiriy end weJl, tuvl biS .;rphyiit:i - .!Strf gtneij practice, .7y," rt i . wlcdy sultvat. d s when rec&iusnJt27: H. (hy a llcfM. of Uiis city) U wtre canou". tnct his tksh dronnin - .r" fiit - mls dt rUed U r oold not iiot.,bJv o mouths longer. Thousands nm,n.J:,! adiuouUheri not to tamper wilh their toit?' poison, or conceal the d...idr, till pait iecn!' in. nr tiinril Th t.r..t :o . - VT : others having the remain of an olj other iuipurities of the blood, a Wcn complaint of a delicate nature, in cat. as ota - should remember posterity, nnd do n eifiiM l)r. H. at bis old and rctabieIl! j,,ntent, No. 64 Wfcter - strceL lourhounemI lour cCM.t:ijCt s. DT miiliiti. ' Old - slip, to obtain that prart aiiiifv.,, . i....i...j a . .A. - T .. ,l ""'"nee a. !ttnus claim youreenou attention tt. - !!! yt.TU W lM:Flil IIIKIIIIIire. Aftfi suinjrCciid cuiuis no core at all; auleu thebal. Uiutssi radically done, you wiHeertail disorder break out aain will. redmjZi disorder brtuk out aKaui i will, redoubled linily. at some future pisriod i ; pertmps Uiea win tot late for remetly. Dor't you often meet is stretts miserable, mutilated beings, witlioii 'sen a bit of nose oa lieir face Take warniZ beseech you. Dr. H's. cbararfvr for skill and stuhbera int. srity being universally known in Uiii city, sim - u..Kiiiiivb w rniiriii. unit ne icacv anri ' ecy hitherto unknown, and hnvin? rraitice for vears nasi, excluaivriv t i . - . difeases of the blood system. thv masafriV.i iu!tingDr.H. , s Gleets eradicated in tw or tiiree wtcks' stricture remoed withou' bougies or ar otL - instrument t and alt d. hililit,! Iikei .it ulceration, listula's blc. A plurality of office are nrorlded. and an til.. tted that patients are not exposed to each other's .hservahnn. Onto lil! halfnn.t 0 imh. .. Al! persons concerned are iuvited to be free i allinc. and srwakm? with Dr. H. vhirh . i... t ot. And here the Doctor cannot avoid tha sxpression ol gratitude for innumerable recoia. mendations, nud for tlie decided precrence (it i presumed wimjutt cause; long given Dim by , illOUTIUU JJUIilll. . ti. . aii itueri muti i post paid. . Dr. Buchanan. Augt7 1st Mt.llHh.il QUALK t.Ki ji)n iMvuxt - JlUSf. J - kKi EVAN'S snpetiM' JLs, method of curing a cr - ' , tain Diieaae, know uniret - sully arknowleiljrd in tail ' city : bis mode of treatment - is prrrectly mild, sale, ei Iil - uiuous. aiiu ru cbargta cuuiuiuir( iu every n it ante he warrant a cur,') and will return tlie pay if U does no't pcrbrm usreeabl.. i.i!.to contract. . j ..... .inaji vinvrrcil. ,,i Tnere are ninny persons in this ity and its si - II. .trii.fA.t tiVMrV . 1 ut . v . .L..M.. cinify, laboring uiirter vanous chronic diteates, tuch a cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula kings evil, liilulas, disease of the arethrs. blatlder and kidmes, old complicated coanplamu a certain .nature, bilious aad other otntrne - lions, rlieiuuatitm, tec. which they consider iacu - rable, they can certainly be cured (in general) hy appJvinr at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, Nu Peck - slip, laving pracriied in kxte.isiv hospitals in Europe .12 years, under tome of th nrtt hureeons and Physicians in the world, an first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, ana made these ohstiuute diseases bi constant study .or 30 rears. ' : Oct It tr The subscriber havinr rceentlv returned from England with an important improvement on Uie artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of iuformins his friends and the public' that all those who are to unfortunate as to be In want tf lcg, or arm, iney can be accommodate!1 by ap plying at No. il Barclay - street, Ntw.York. i Jan 22 WM. PURVIS. ftt - W HE A TON 4 DA r - IS, Ft Fancy Chair Manul'ac ttirer, No. 1 5.1 1 ulton - slree'. optioiite St Pauls Church offer for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment uf Curld Maple,, plain painted and ornamented in gold tt. ronret Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Converts, tion Chair.. Sofa. Settees,; Lotingees, Music Stools, Sic .... , Order from any part of the continent executed with neatness and dispatch. - uid Chair repaired, paroled and proameeua. mh9 A" A If On ESS I.YQ ilOOM: ' , AFRUMENTO.No. 1 Wall - street, Josf re - ' . turned from Italy, hasthehorroor to inform the emilemen, that he tot and tin sues hair ia 1 1 " in im rivir. nml ill n 11 1 ni ii. i . - 1. . ... . n .nOBI mi vtei , , k. si . I,n lor a auanti - I" " ......... .....,. tv of KAZliKH rflhe first ouahtr. it they do not please on trial, the purchAsers aie at liberty to return them, and receive the inoneyi ne likewise procured avery 6ne4inne, aadengsge to restore razors to a very keen edge and should ih. n.t r - .t i.. uiii m recomnence, - i iiau ....hm.1i, who m ntrav to hofiorbb wj,h Uit ir patrrmr ge, may depend on the mott nttsSirnlnr nud n siiertfnl altetnlanCe. N. H. Gentlemen whosnbscTtb - bytrlefl't ler will have tlieir mors, Ac. kept ixctusivcly tor tlieuuelv - e. ' - ; P. S. - A good journeyman wanted Apply as above. mh 6 tt. - ' 1 i)OARlJIMl FEW rBtlemca can he arcommodstfd f.JK. .11..'., IUU J . ' part of. lb city Jersey. , fcoqwre at ofli. - e . . ' P '" - nTrTTON. hales Nrr Orhwns, fori! . , miv vivion 1.1 n. ' NLW - rORR: ' 1 4 pRJxrru Axr pcnusBED. . , , : ' MICHAEL LUfVfHAM It CO. Nr. 49 WinMAMTBS - Er crrosiTB TU Hauk C'ovMtfi - HouskJ - l i'Ta

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