The Evening Post from New York, New York on May 18, 1818 · Page 4
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A. t KTHTZTAZJumJunt. of tli low of, W N. Yark. hain indebted BBlO ilCOT DtVtS, . of the sa place, ia and by a wrtaia bond or vfaligaboa, twas - tog date the test day o(L)acm - - . ner, im a fw w ctmw w m - - tminil ud nnilm. in the Denal Ml of twelve t.uAr - A aiut niaat Ana dollars, lawful ftMMV Cf s uaitea sun, coMiuooca ix wm ptiw i ' tit headred nod forty live dollars ana nity cenra, hvwml money aforesaid, with lawful interest for ' the same, oa or before the teath day of May, thee aavt tunM Ui Ulc o id bond or ebheatioB, " for the better securing and snore tore payaeot of tiit tcud Mm or avaey sstenuoaea m u . band orobhatioo.aecordint? to the tree intesrt aad meaning tnerrol, did, together who Auiguu bia witt, oa tlie said Unltuday of Dumber, to . the ysar aforesaid, mortgage totbaiaid Heary gravis, an that sbeasuage, lares, piwaiioo, meadow aad premises, sitaale, lying and being ia the torn of Botrthfield, county and aUUafore - ...i L. ti.j .Xuu fallow : ba ginning by the aiteriBoat. cornar of tba tand e - i D ..l.:l mil PHnnin' rrom v an uiwj., b , tbence bv hia line, north forty seven decree. at) a l . f . ... .1 ji a.,.. . rv1 iiatv ; winy nuuuies, wtnunnj link. I than. - h Mid tHjrtlWKV. BOriO simvf - three degrees and twenty minutes, east munceo chaioa, to tba corner of the land ol Isaac mb sob thence by tba liue of tbe laid Isaac einwo - iM aod ferial, south forty degree and . thirty minutes, aaat forty ona chains aod sixty . baka, to the land of Jacob Vreeland ; llience a ' i7:,i viii Km. anaih fiilv ona degree aod forty fire aiiautea, weat twaaty tme chains j UU Nil HUM W M w. W ' , faining within tba boaads and limits thereof evh - ty eictit acraa aod om half aaacraof aod : - boanded soatbwettarly by tbe Mid Coroehin VM 6aikirka land i nortbweaterty by the aaid highway aortheait by tbe land of the said Uaac ' SioMMoa aad Perioe, aad aoalheaat by the taod feaid Jacob Vraelaad. . Alio, a certain piece or parcel af aalt twadow, lying in aaid town, ear a. place caiM Old Town; beglnuir at or war tba csmar of Cornaliua Marlino,l meadow. and nontax from thence south twenty nine de - creea, eatt foerleea chains and fifly Itnki; thence ' r 1. UU nWw three linki i tneace aorth twMtv nine Ojecree, east fonrten chains aad fifty links, to the . i iiimm aoath twcnrr foar decree, wast oae chain and forts three links to tbe place of Deginotni ( comaiaJfia; two acres oi san meaauw haumiflii MMithwtt b Coraslius Martiao's aoutheast by the creek t aortheait by Joho Ket - tMtaa. - ajatT nnrthwrit bv meadow of Btephen Maruno. Atso. that certain piece or parctl of , eaJtswadow, aituat and lying la me lown oi . NmUJUiI. Kiumtl mnA itm .IhrMairf. OA the easterly sida ef renuon's creea socaiiea; ami Cherry Tree Creek I bo ended westerly by the Mm LWi' trcrii MirtuKMT ami nwnij dow of Caitaia Richard CSurson, and southerly ' . ' Mm a i . i f - au. oy ineaao oijono merreu i gowsiiiuib: mu aaa a nan oi aait aieaaowt vv mo om lets t together with all and lingular, tbe edifices, ' ItniMliin MMi rnnlKn imiilMM and BDDUr - i B - j , - n - r., T I . ' waaaces, uereaaio Mioosjing or in ' r pertuioing i with t power ia tbe said aoortgegc , contained, that ifdeiaalt abotild be mads ia the payment of tbe said sata of money mraboaed u toe condition or trie seia oooa or euiigauua, u . Mm intii arhirJi thmild aecrae thereon, at tbe time rnrcifled for the payaaent thereor, tnai men it should be lawful lor the aid Henry Dsvis, his t DMnuaeecuiors. aaminisirauin anu hiii, v all and diinose of the said preuiisss at public auction, according to me acioi tne legislature in such caes mads and provided ; which should b a perpetual bar, both in law and equity, a - . gainst the said Jamei James and Abicail his il. thj.t. hira Aurl ...itf'n.. ami all other Der - sons claiming or to claim the said premiers, by, from or irndtr, them, or any of them. And whereat default has been nsoe in ins pay aient of tbe said principal sum of sii hundred aod forty five dollars ind fifty cents, and the sime eritb tbe iilcrest thereon remains due and unpaid: Notice is hereby gitsn, that panuant to the act is such caw made and provided, all and singular tbe prniia shors particularly mrotiooed. wiil tne aereotumeoti ana appunenancet, win he sold at public auction or vendue, at the Ton - .liee Coffte Uoase, in the city of New York, on Wc4irarUy,the4thday ol November nest, at 13 o'clock at noon. Dated tbe 14lhdayoi "May, u the jearof our Lord one tbouiaud eight hundred and cixhfeea. my ISlaa.Om HESRY nAV13. At a c';urt of chancery Uld fr Hie stale of New York, at tbe city of Albaii), on the sixteenth day of March, ia the ) ear of oar Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighteen. raeiciT, ' . The honorable James Kesri, Esquiie, Cbaof ellor. ' Tbdia Baien . f Joseph Amiable aid John Bis - f IT appearing riy Iheafiklavit of Samuel 8. Gar - in. r. whirh it filed, that DTocessofsubposna, to appear and ainwer in the above cause, hath hn romlHrtv iatucil aaaintt the above - uarjjfd dsfondant, John Biwell, but that Uie taid John hiuU retiflM at Litchfield, in tlie state of Loo Mrticni. out of tha iuriadictioa of this court - On motion of 8. W. Jooee, Esquire, solicitor for tha ronnlhinant. it it ordered thut the said John Bnsell do cause his appearance to be entered and . : ... I I - .J ...a .am. Mil ' h I ft nr bis answer to be filed in this caui 'r irAr. "L L . .. i.i .,. K:.;.r ni.mi.iiiiHi i TOCrrOI USI IIIC con ! aiunm n I'm vi .uwiuwiii . ; ik ..i ... j . . ' 1 r7,.w drl. ihni . cm of this order be rmh - , j... r,.,m th Ht. k.M. ' ... j IN CHANCER!1. 7 btateofNew - Yora, . n pursuance of an order ortlus honorable eotin, .i i n.u t min jl Dealing uaiu ua hiuotj - " - " will ha told at nub lie auction, at the 1 online Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under tbe direction of the suusenner, as one oi uie aaaa tars of this court, in uparutt lott or purer U, on Thnrsdav. the twenty third day of July next, at twelve o'clock at noon, M All those certain pieces or parcel and tracts of land, known as the north east scctioa of the tenth township, in the twelve towa In Tioga county, being ioi rsos, . ft. n. M. W. 30. 32. and 38. Lot No. 6 con. tains about eighty at res lot No. x7, about one hundred aad five acres i lot No. Vi, 29. 30. and thirty two. each coataininc one hundred and lour acres, three lourins ana oo nws oi iami i ioi 3a contains 90 3 4 and Bineteeo rods. Atn, at haifo lot Na. 24. which half contains 51 acres. And aisoiois isoa. s, j, m, u nau i, . a . - .i m a a a a oa the gore lying westerly and adjoining on said an mi. a. m.nrm nt Itimt nuinu? nnwinBDen DMIliea , ' ;i r. ,i.. .A.... ,.r .i.,1.1 J.lm iur. - oa. - '.I!.'. ".. illT.i:: v. - - isTsIT' If IP mh 0 Uw8w Assistant Register, The terms are tlircc hundred dollars horn, payable quarterly - washing ClaisiLal students who study the stages, will be charged 10 dollars per noraieasi tecnon, aao in mrvcjcu uu received from the manufactory at Uley iii Ear - tied to said sectioa to make up a deficiency in I ' ' aaid sectioa, by a mistake ia a former survey. - . ,k. - . . M , ..,. Said lots Noe. t, 3, 4 and B, cootainmg about flfty eSssmch, ' m ... h i i ere. J Ctjeiner WIUS M aoo aipaniar, iiii pir - miesaadaPfwrteaanY. Dated April 18, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, ap 18 lawtds Matter in Chancery. : NOTICE. rrv Thaeraditora of John Bleaklev. of the city of New - York, insolvent, are hereby notified so attend at the office ot the subscriber, assignee t sue said insolvent, under inc aci enunea M an act for giving relief in case of wrolven cy," atihe L.w Bu. Ulins. no. 1. cmce - o. A aituats in Nassas - street, ia tbe city of New - Tork, B.U ItfEisrTHlR Bstlfl HaltiirkB Iha towsslBl aTltta IA mem respective . nn tha twentv firth r'.nv npnieuxi. oeiweoauie hoersof 10 A. M. and VKV. i ol lu u. bdu j P.M. Aidthttitcrlitnnartrurthraotifid, that a dividend, of the estate of said insolvent v. ill F. M. And the taHcraditnrs ara furthar aotifit4d.l.:, of 3 " fmni his raanufactcrv. of LaJias' wpply, ..A. h. h. ..kk. . . : "7. j ..wivmucii HUH .1'' !Ul plc a!?r aio, atn oeiwcea ui the twenty fifth day fsu. 4th. ICIB. E2B0N 8LOSSON. feb 5 lawSm Assisnee. kc. U'iUiamtturfh Turnpikt Road Ceaspenu. and CtT Tlie rtockboldars are requested to ITV T . ivT , ,r C7F! i W.almhat frsaletb - uwnrebm,alaree sxNny ofM.1,.; arrr. tortbe rrp.e ofe!ectiK nine directors, to ms - Jzf' lAmdooBsaver Ilats telacUd aagc the afliirs of tbe company for one year rat care, as to workmritfhip and o.oiliiy. from tlni n. N,m.Yt,,k snnikil ivifl Lakswae, Americaa mannfactcrd hats, of era - SAM. OsBORN, Secretary. anviawaw - BTordof John Oarretsoo, Esq. trtjuigt ci tbe court of comnoe pteaS of ftictMoad rawi. i x.t. nf Nita,. York, notice is hereby gitea U all tbe creditors of Warhaoiel Martin, of the county and state aioreiaw, an debtor, to af pear before the said jwfi coon aoese ia we sown o ooauuicj cotmy, a ios nuneeaia oay w - f - two o'clock ia no siwram w mj, . 'any they bare, why aa aMignateatof caste, the sua uwolrsiit'f estsie sbosld not be nade, i.iL.kuvu i uu rrmiMtttn. and he ha dia "? " ." I .rJ . l.i.iu. ri S!SIMbd - Taiact foTais. inc relief in cases of snsolsency," aod the acts UK wm. - f - m .w - . - . - , . .. - . I ejaenaing we sama aavn imiih'wi vwhviji the Z2d of April, A u. i s i F WATUASIEL MARTW. apfTPlaw6w JOSEPH ri5CH, gun - maksr, respectfully nforsa his friend and the public, that be bai comoencsd baiiaess in the store No. 3 Wall street, near Broadway, where be has for sale a rery bsndiome SMortiusnt of single and double - barrelled guns, one nties. fusees. He ; also. booting tackle generally. J. r. stul retains bis old stand, Wo. 26 1 Green. wick - street, for the working department and shifping bustasss. Orders kit at either place will be attended to with all possible expedition my 7 DfiUlnj T CURLED HAIR MAJsUtACWRX, . 76 Chatham - street. TI1E siibrcnLer returns bis thanks to the public for their former patronage in the tine of hit profession, and hopes for their future Mpport. He likewise Informs them that be has oa band a constant supply of curled hair, manu factored eiprenly for matraiies, on an unproved principle ; aod likewise guarantees the hiirsold by him to be free from any impure smell, being well scoured, boiled and baked, and being ma nufactured by machinery, bai an advaotage over any other hair manufactured in America its very teiture and elaiticity making it a saving of twenty - Ova per cent to tne purchaser. WILLIAM JACKSON N. B. Merchants and the trade in general will find it to their advantage to call at above, 30 bales of hair id its rou;h stale j 6 bales of long horse - tails ; 8000 lbs of long hair drawn 30 rnchss, Cubbed 600 dozen hair neve bottoms For sale as above. my 5 m CHEAP CASH UKOCKRY SIOHL. Corner of Grind and Kyntler - itrrets, directly opposite Centre Market. TAMES P. A SDOt: respectfully informs Li J friends aad the public in eeneral he has re moved from corner of Broadway and Reed - it. to hii present itaod. where be solicits a continuance or public patronage, and hopes by his unremitted exertions to obtain the best of Liuors and other articles in his line of buiitieaa. thereby to render tne nut peneci sausiacuoa. N. B. J. P. A. keep contantlr for sale a reneral assortment of first rate Teas, Sugar, Coffee, Spices, Liquors of all kinds, lie. tic. which will be all imposed oi ai a moderate advance my im WANTED. A GOOD female servant, to do the Cooking and other work of a small family, win; re it to be no other help. None need apply unlets they can bring a satisfactory recnmmeadatioa from their last place ; to such a one good wages will be paid. Apply at 18 Freuklin street. my 6 a To l.kT. A dry Cellar, nodes the hoone No. 2'J Pine - street. Enquire of MR. SWEDES, mylltf 134 I - arl - itreet. H V DE - PA KKIalllU VION. A SELECT and private C'lnciotl School is ettablithed at ilvde Patk. Dulchr - w coun ty, ttate ol Mew - York, under the direction and inf ruction oi ur.flj Anuru ALl.r., l.. l.. u. 1 lie institution is ilfSinrd to unite with a classical and English Education, the modem language!. rne cnnimai course sin rnmprise Hie i.ntio and Greek l.untrunen. Ancient History and lie' ot;ruphy, Mjttiology, Komau and Grecian Aoli uiiies. i tie r.nKiun course um comnrite .nfMn Grammer, Elocution, Elements of llistory, iihe - loricu. iioognipiiy, reumanthip, elementary and practical Mailiematica, aad tlie outlines of Nat ural fhiloMipby. Motlt'rn Lanenaees will comprise the French, Spsnlih and Italian. Moral and relisiout Instruction will be alien uod to. as vouth is the luott proper time to in culcate and fix those principles of virtue and pie - iy, wnirn unxnt 10 aireci ddu iiiiiucncc lue conduct of future life. The pupils of the Institution will be members ofihe Principal's family, and undor bis immediate care and a - overnnient. Particular avtcntiou will be paid to their morals and manners. The government will be stru t, Out mild and paien - lai its aim shall be to gie hat iti of erder and industry, and inspire a gtneroui emulation. The institution will fie furnitlied with a Library, Map, Globes, and select Philosophical A - paratus, the use ol which the pupils will he t.orht. and made famiiiar with tbe mott irunort ant and striking etperlments in Natural l'luV so - These will be considered as rewards of ironci eoaduct ami attention to siuiir. and ... . . . amuta ooa of tha most intHreilmi' imirrrt dl a. nmMnsent ind recreation. It is knawn from ex - perience that much uielul knowledge may be ftina inrini.ntiill v rniuiniiiiinilM per nn - included. modern Ian - quarter extra for the same. The students tiod their beds and bedding. Tbe number of students is limited. Gentle - men therefore who are de - irous of placing tliuir i . .. . 1 . ni sons in ins insuiuv institution! will please to make an eany application. All letters relame to the institution, address ed to tbe subscriber, Hyde park Post Office, Dutchess Couuty N. Y. will he promptly iitteud - ed to. BENJAMIN ALLEN. Tbe sniiimer term wil1 commence on the iOlh. of May, , my 5 !vi HOKbE FOR SALE. PLEASANT saddle' Hone will be sold LX. cheap by a gentlemaa about to leave town Apply at this office. my 4 F. SkrnpmrtCt met! of Lngfond cloths, ke. A FEW cases of extra fuperflue cloths and XI single cam meres ol hsxonr wool Wtso.a few Cltses of sunerfine cloths of lowar quality, calculated for the country trade, just "rT "p I. - i . 1 Ctnlan will n rraiv,! n tk. nWr.h.i. f - - . pwds from either ol the almve manufactories. 11 b.iuill,lib at jS. my I tw No. 65 Pine - streeL HATS. . TOSIAII WILSON in F forms hi friends and the public, that be his removed his bat warehouse to 160 Broadway, between Maiden lane mid Liberty - street, tor tha better sxoomBVoukuoQ ri nis reiau cusiom art: where Be has consianuy on nanu, an exieo - I art; wnsre I nZW - i . r I .. v weaver iiaia, vw" - :6 .;.. - - - scription of color, qiwlity, and variety of pat - I iJ U1M WT Wlj lia;a lliru avss US mr..sw vis issshu (wliich herecaives regularly, oace a weak, Iron hii fictory) a constant tuppty ol tne first quality of Geo U linen's American Beaver Hats manu - to ses the the dar the to cy Brttfgtlfarlured under his own inspection, of durable and excV.teut matanals, fuuthsil in the neatest at - and most fashiouahle style, descriplion aad kind, suitable to this or any vumawMu mcBsasawu IWDferaTtOS. oa SOUR STOMACH, IB acknowledged by medical writers to be a complauttefiUbboni kind, and at all timet very dithcult of cere. This is sufficiently illustrated in the disappointment of those who unfortunately softer auder i as they, for tbe most part, Sad that after having tried many thiogi to little or no purpose, they are at last obliged to e te (for perhaps the remainder of life) sack articles as can at best bat Palliate the disease. Undersuch circumstances, any medicine capable of remo ving tbe complaiut, mut aurely oe aa anwie highly deserving the attention of all thoae who hiEF.Ir dMerviiur the are evicted with it such agination is to be :,. I. 1111 I awl with ia DR. MEAD'S AM'I'I - D I bfcl - TIU or STOMACH PILLS the success of which hasoeveryet been equalled, for the cure of dyspepsia in its rooit complicated form, sucb as loss of appetite, nsaiea, heart barn, flatulency, knawing pam in the stomach, pain io the ide, great costiveness, aleaess ia tbe coucte - aaoce, languor, lownets of spirits, pain in Vie bead, virtigo or giddiness, and ditturbed sleep. Whoever applies these puis mi meanove a.sease, accordins to tbe directions, will never be disap pointed, a they have never been once knovn to fail in producing a rndical and permanent cure. The uteofaiiugle bos will convince the most nbelieviiur of their edicttcy. They will most effectually remove all losnwis of the stomach, not men - lv br neotralnioethsacid. but bv cor recting that morbid stats oi theiecretions which gives rite to it, and at the same time wili restore to thedebilitiited organs ofdigeMion, that tone and vi' - our which is absolutely ueceitarv to the well beinic of the animal economy. Price one dollar per box. r'ortale by j iOliH C. MORKISON, Druggiit, No. lilOUreenwich - slreet Where may tie had, wholesale and retail, a large and central aitortOK - nt of genuine Dmgi and Medicines : burgeons muniments; Apoioe rars's Glnn - Ware i Enelith and American P' tent Medicines. Also, Dyer's and r oller's arti cles. Medicine Cheil tic. un iioorai terms mliSd 2m fUR 6WL. A bouie and farm on Throe's Neck, in the town and county of Weetcbealer, fourteen miU - a from New - York. Tlie farm contains a bout one hundred acres of excellent land in good (em e. a lareAharn and oilier ronsenient out' buildinct. a rood houie two stories hisb, with four rooms on each floor, elesanlly situated oa the banki of the East Kiver.i the situation uncommonly healthy ; the neighbourhood tbe mott reipectable ; abundance of Iruitof the best selection ; scale and shell fish in great variety taken liefore the noute. r or lurther iniormauon apply the subscriber on the premises. STEPHEN b. HOFFMAN. my I Im VALUABLE .al A I t rUR bALE, IS mic tITV OP XKW - 10RK. 7IVE lots of ground on the west lideofGrveh - wicti - street, iietween Vestry aud. Desbros - - streels, 15 by 80. r our do in tne rear oi tne above, fronting on east side of W ashiiieton - street, 25 by ill). Eishtdo in the block below, between Wash ington and Wett - streets. in Montgomery county. COOO acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase. nesr East Canada Creek, oa the north side of Molmwk. In Franklin County. 15.163 acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. in Liiex .;ounty. ?U32 ncrcs cfLand in the townof Barrymore. In the County of Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Casterland. Chassanii Piiicl.ate. Ia Saratcca County. SCOO acres ii) Palii.ert pun base. Enquire at tlie olGce of the suotcriber. 34 Ce - street, EEV. ROBINSON. mhl7tf - JUST published, a Discourrft delivered at the cimseemtinu of the Syn - ctie of the Cliil - Iren of Israel, in the city of Niw - York, on Fn - day, the lOlhof Nisati,55"J0, correiponding with 17th ol April, line, ty Mordecai M. Noah, Esq. Jut received and lor silc by F.LI A 9 VA - LKNTINE, 104 Eroailway, opposite Truiity Church yard, where also may be bad all the new pulihcationt. my 12 COPARTAEILSHIP. ANTHO. Y W. TRAPPAN, ofthe late firm of N. Smith Davies Si Co. bavins taken in partnership his brother NICHOLAS W. TRAPPA.X, will conduct the perfume and faor business under the firm of Anthony W. Trap - pan tr. i o. at uie (tore lately occupieu rr n. hmHh DuviesarCo. .No. 138 Broadway. New - York, May lit. 1BIH. 'ANTHONY W. TRAPPAlt, MCHOI.AS D. TRAPPAN. ANTHONY W. TRAPPAN & CO. offer I'T sale the following articles : Perfumes aiid es'ence in great varieties ; ceylon, musk, uhy - sinian. almond. Ricses transparent, palm, verni - culir, alpine, violet and other soaps; English loom powueri, iTusues, a compieai assonmeni, comtis of all kinds, ink stands, ladies garters, woisc hones, dressing and shaving cases, amu let ornaments, pocket books, purses, shaving boxes, knives, scissors and raiors, warranted good, ridicule clasps and hast, boot hooks, nee. die cases; 1 rice work box, pencil cases, sealing wax, raior simi. pomatums, ooiaie nor ine teeth,) teal bear's g'eate, shaving brushes, snuff noxes, represent in; terry and Decatur, miniature IrRiucs, mallef e buttons, tliimbles. pocket lights, durable ink, salts of kuiou, Britannia shaving boxes, ki'ver tweeters, gold mounted shell t - oxes, silver uiounted tooth pick cases and icvjTii icn coiogae water (ot aaexceliem qua hiy,) Ruipeni's dentilrice, coral powder, and great variety of other articles, all of which are of the latest importations nnu warranted good. Tbe have also on hand an assortment of per funn - ry, He. of th;ir own manufacture, all of wtiicu are warranted genuine. N. U. All goods sold and made by us have our nami on iu copper plate. A ere at deduction made to wholesale purchasers, who will find it to stieir interest to rail ss above. my 1 4 sw TO LET. For one or more sears, tlie following 11 mites at Harenville,near the fire mile stone, oiooimnsaaie roaa. A pltniantlv situated and convenient two sto ry House and Stable, wilh a Garden and four - cres of hi'd. Also A pleasantly situated and convenient . - 1 ... 11 ... i u,.ki. il. i . f!.!.. I1TU lliilj lluun aiw cinuir. iinn itiii; uaiura and three acres ol Und, r - ith ofthe above places are well stocked with diGrrent kicus Fruit .tret. Also A pleasantly situated and convenient two story House, wilh a Stable and two acres oi i L". r. . - i i. I r lailii. rur iuiuki uuiih uiiii. vhiihiic ii JACOB HAKSF..V, apS8 Im (Near the preiuist s. ARABIAN HORSE. 7 ILL be sold at auc - VV tion on the S.Uinst. in front of E. Jimet stable, New street, an eleeaat Ara bian SEED I'.OKSE, imputed tlie last year. Also, a full bloid Ent:lish Mare. The horse is extremely fleet euu deiientiui uuOei the saddle. The owner has no niiirctioa to sellug them at pnvate applied tor in time. Encjuire of Mr. JONEd mv ratfts 126 W DUBOIS, text leave to inform the public . that he has just receivtd, per brigiBac - chus, and ship George, from London, a scueral assortment of articles in the musical line, amongst which are some very elegant small Piano - Fortes, and a particularly elegant rose - wood grand cabinet Piano - Forte. Abo the new invented Metronome or palest self - time heater, with a I arte assortment of new Mask, which be cfisntor sale wholesale or re tail, on tb Bsost rsasooAble terms, my 8 til to in to e by 5waexc ami cAADAfor a vail - itaox' Tanas Tint ki a weksi. - n I EAVE6Newburgheve - ..y Hii ry Sunday, Teesday, t p Jaod Thursday mornings, at ''..UJihi,. yinrk. runs tlirough Montgomtry, Bloomingburgh, Monticello. by White Lake, Cosbecton, Mount Pleasant, l.rrat Bead, Chenango Point, Owega, Ilhka, and Genes a, toConanduigua. Ileturning leaves Canaiidaigua every Mon - day, WednesJay ami Friday mornmps at thret o'clock, and arrives at Neburgh, the third day in time .to take the Steam - bos ts which arrive in New - York the following1 morniny may is txpttttd that ef ail tuna when tin tltam - boau alter their ioyt vf running, that thu tint will alter to at to mtet them. - - The whole route will be nerfometl in three dave. from the first of May, until tlie first of November and from tbe first of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in fur days and from the lith December, tin. the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaigtia In four days. Passengers travelling from Nrw - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred miles. Tlie line is wetl furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious t and it is believed that tlie accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. QCj - FARE f. - om Newburgh to Carrandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. U. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point; thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, kc. 'i . BAGGAGE, as usual, at tlie risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloomingburgh, F C Hi. John. Mount Pleasant. I L. & R. Manning, Chenango, iProprie - Luther uere, Ithicn, I tori. Karuuel GreenlifT, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laming, mb 14 dfim NOTICE. fJ5" Steam Boat Olivk Bbastcb will sail every Suuday, at 1 1 o'clock round btuien Island, aod occasion ally, ii the vtiuJ ond tide will pertnil, to tlie hook. 1 tiia beautiful sail will contribute both health and pleasure, and is as cheap a re creation as can be found. Parties who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, give in Uieir names the day preceding, at tlie odk - e ia MarketCeld street, north side oi the Battery. Dinner and Tea on board, at the usual prices. Passage Us children half price. my I3tf SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, FOR rHILAUELFHIA, rr rp. OCT Leave new - 1 org "gjevery morning (Sundny'sex - T9 ceneuj at oo - tinea, anu ar rive in rbiladeiplua next dav to dinner. The publick houses are good, and reasonable their rhnrges. The drivers, horses and coaches are not inferior to any others oow running be tween these two cities. The beautiful country, and the excellence of tlie roads on this rout, con nected wilh the safety, comfort, and reasonable exigences, are bcleived lobe strong inducements travellers in givim; this line a decided preier nee. Tbe strictest attention will be observed tl.e proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at the risk ot the owner unless insured and receipted for by the clerk of said office. Stuee fare only $5, with a generous allowance ofbaaicaee. Parties within to travel at thir leisure, uiny erurneo the Coach on reasonable terms exi lusirely to themselves, by applying one nay previous io starting. For seats apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlaodt - strect, New - York. LYON, SONS, & CO. ap t Proprietors. run. V II I L A D E L f tl I A . Tweoty - five miles land carriage, via New Brunswick and Trenton. In new pott coaches $5 1 o. good stages, 4 50 Do. forecastle or deck pas:en?ers 3 50 Connected by the steam boats OLIVE BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. The steam boat Olive Branch will leave New - York every day, Suu - davs excepted, from the north side of the Batle ry, at II o'clock A.M. Passengers will lodge at Trenton, and take the steam - boat I inladcl phia. so at to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock tlie next morning, iu time to take the Uuioo Line Baltimore steam - boats. This line has a connection with the nest boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; as also those of the North River and Sound ; and tlieir several arrivals sure calculated to cause little, If any delay. . This is a speedy and certainly the most con venient rout, as the passengers will leave New - York after the bauks open, and arrive in Fhila delpbia before the hours of business, without fa tigue in travelling or want of sleep, the land carriage being much less than by any oilier routs between the two cities. For seats in the above tine apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUES. At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar ketfield - street, north side of the Battery, be tween Greenwich & Washington - streets, or to The CAPTAIN on hoard fO All goods aod baggnge at the risk ofthe owner. ap 4 7'JJ fc aOtA'D STEAM BOAT - LUTE. The proprietors, with view of accommodating the rpuniic, ny extending the line Itn Norwich, intend makins r xpenioc. - .: wiui iue FsjIob, Cnpt. Li, au! tins route (il lound practicable) will be continued during lljc senon. the line will in future he from New York to Norwich, as follows : The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will lepve New - York every Moniton, ired.ieidaji and Friday, at P. o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Lint, will leave JStmnch at 6 oVIock in the morning of the same dayr, touch ut.Vru - xi,iifon anjuepari irom thence tor JVete - Hitrn at n o'clock. The boats will meet at A'ew rlartn. and depart from thence everv .Voniau. H'tJntt - sfjy aid Friday, at 7 o'clock in the eveninsr the (.'"nneclicut lor Au - Per, and the Fultoa for Jftie - lAndon und Jfm - uuh. mil 17 WANTS A SITUATION, iuu.ui woman, wno wnties to engage 4 - a. wim a lamur coins to anv Dart ol I.02 - land. She will produce the best of recommen dations, as toner anilities, Ac. Aidius a hoc 10 a. it. at thisoOice. mv 13 tw LEE'S ITCH OLYTMEJfr, WARRANTED aa mfallihlc remedy at one application, n'.ny be used with "perfect safety oa intuits a week old, not cootam'n; p.erticle oi mercury ,or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that oflin iitifU which attsods the appUcation of other rema&es. The ahosre mediciovs are prepared v9d sold at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 M:udcd - Laue. and sold by S. CARLE, cornet of Fulton and Watcr - ftreet. Druggists and coontry store keepers supplied o bbarai tcrau. j m sa sias twa m . atn IB H' - Jrifrfc.aas ia riaaimflSitl in POST COACH LINE to PHILADELPHIA - Bf WAT Of rpWLkl - ROOK ; NEW Line of Post Coaches wiUievery con - J enionre for pasengers and baggage, a Spnug - TH ROUGH IN ONE DAY. Tbe Post Coach will start from the Loach office, No. 1 Courtland - street, N. York, every morning, (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, by way of Newaik, Elixabethtown, Brunswick. Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same afternoon, at 4 o'clock. A ircond Line of new Post Coaches will start from New - York every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at 10 o'clock in tbe feteam Boat Atalau - ta, fodj;e at Trintoo.and arrive at Philadelphia, a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollars. . P. B. Passengers are requested to call arid take llieir seats at the office No. 1 CourUaocU - street, New - York. . ., , , . . United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore ami Washington City, with every conveuience lor passengers and baggage, on springs. The U. S. mail coach will start from the coach oflfc, No. I Coortlandt - st. Newlorki every day at t o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 pa - eneers admitted. ' , ' For teats in the abovenamed Lines, apply to TH03. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, and Steam Boat office, No. 1 Court - Inndt - stieet, near the corner of Broadway, New - York $ or to A. T.GOODRICH & CO. No. 14 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. ftr All goods and lagsage at the risk of the owtfr. JOSEPH l0N, BONS As CO. N. B ExpTtases scut tt any part of the Con - tineui, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. my 16 KXtKumoun J RA V KLLIAXi. wsnaama - , - - - - - - . FOR rnlLSDBLrUIA, Throuih in one day, and bv dar - licht. ON Monday the 1 1th of May instant, a liue of post - co?'liM and steam - boats between New - York and PWadeliihla will be commenced. The pa!encr will leave White - Hall in New - York every day (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock 31. iu his excellency Mce - presidcnt 1). D. Tompkins commodious aud speedy steam - boat NAUTILUS, proceed to Bristol by the Staten Island and Woodbridge turnpike, and take the steam - boat at Bristol at 2 o'clock, and arrive in Philadelphia at 4 o'clock the same day. Tbe roads on the land part of this line are turnpiked and in excellent order ; the country and villages through which liiey press is elevated, plearant aod healthy, the route in (he nearest at prefect travelled between the two cities ; the various and extensive views which it gives of tha ocean, the bays, sound and rivtrs between New. York and New - Brunswick, makes this the most expeditious comfortable and pleasant tour now existing between New - York and Philadelphia. A second post chaise will leave New - York every day (Suuday's excepted) at 10 o'clock, in tbe steam boat Atlanta, from White H nil, by way of Elixabethtown, Bridgetown, New Brunswick, Princeton, Mite lit Trenton, take the steam bortt nt Bristol, and arrive in Pbi'iidclphia atlUo'clock. rare through 5. For seats in the above linos arrlv at the office. No. I I'd Broadway. All goods ana t.aggsge at the risk or the own ers. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. J. GULICK. SONS k CO. Princeton. 8 IOCKTON A - HOWELL, Philadelphia. tt Expresses sent to nnv part of the United States, byL. BAKER, GULICK tl CO. my 1 1 jVURTH RIVKR wham - boats. ftr - Ontlie llth of Ma v. the Boats will commence runnine four times a week. Tl follows J A rioal will ieuve New - York on Taesdar. ft A. AI ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ; Friday, at 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 6 P. M. of each week ; and a boat will leave Albany on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M The above arrangement will commence by the Chancellor's leaving Albany on Monday, the I ltd Mav, at 9 A. M. ami tbe Richmond leaving New York on Tuesday, the l?lh at 9 A.M. I be t ire - r ly leaves Sew - York on I uesday, Thursdny and snturdny, at 9 A. M. for New hurgh, and returns oa Monday, Weduitdav aiJ Friday, at X A. M. oiy 2 COLUMBIAN PICTURE t.ALLKKY, 1 16 FOLTOlf - ITRKKT, (Ross's Building, near Broodwav.) To couuoisseurs and amateurs ofthe Fine Arts, and to the enlightened puhlic of New - York. fl'HE proprietorof anexteiuive collection o! L pictures, the works of the most eminent in inters, having just arrived from Europe, where ie has nurcliused them from the cabinets of Rome, Naples, Florence, Paris, Amsterdam and London, at a very considerable ex pence, propo se to exhibit them to the ladies and irentlenien of this city and its vicinity. The exhibition will begin on I hursday, Iblb or April. It will be far superior to any n yet effsred in the U. State, the pictures Leing undoubtedly origioal consisting of upwards tlSUO pictures, by the best masters. Admission 50 cents each, cr one dollar per month. Hours from 10 in the inornin to seven iu the evening. Catalogues may be had at tlie Gallery. fSl The store 61 Fulton - street. Enquire on the premises. ap 4 Sw e'T Let for ime or m.ire ytart, Tbe follow ins hoaiet house No. 204 Broadway, two doors above Wasliirgtoa Hall, with a coach bouie in the rear if requnxt Also, a three story brick house Mo. 415, ins: - vt street. Also, a new and genteel two story brick Louie, corner of Lispeiiurd and Church streets, the terms modeiatc. For further particulars, apply BI 4 I j ivrnmiway. inn II IMPOHTANI' IO TilE rLULI'J. THL saltcribtr begs leave to inform bis friends and tlie puinic h" tsifvBi a room at the corner ol t rank fort and Cbathnm streets, ner Tammany Hail, as nn INTEL! Llot.lUb urnct." VMiere lami les mav he supplied with servant of erery description ; scrvnnts with pl.xes ; gentlemen wishing servants, for travelling, supplied at tbe shortest notice ; merchants with clerLs, and clerks with employ 1 wet nurses with plv ev; torchanici with imirneymen. r.very inlonnation eiven to ktran gers and others, in hii line, who will favor him witn a rail. Families becoming subscrilier, supplied with servants nt one dollar i er annum. Also, books posted, Accounts aupvted. Pa pcrs of every description, copied with neatness, correctness, and dispatch Persoual attccdanre, from 5 to 2 o'clock A. M. aoj fitm 3 to 9 o'clock P. M. He flatters himself that his amlcity and atten tion to business, will gaiu him a share cl the public psitrosiage. my 2.1m If. PADF.LFORD. 'PHF. FRANKLIN EIRE INVIKANCK I. COMPANY have their OHice ut No. 41 Wall street; where they are ready to receive spplicali.'iis for lnu'it'' - e. The CAPI PAL STOCK of Hrlf a Million of Dollars, is all subscribed paid, or tiLsfacto rily severed" 1 nirj.cTors Eliha TihbU - . l'htlip Brasher. Henry I. Wycaeff, G'orge Criswcld, Woi. Bayard, it. Juhn T. Lnwrerice, Boorinan, Beni. L. Swan, Thomas Frenklin, Jari'ts WaUh, Sleplten Whilnef, J - w. P. M'Kinne, Perei Jcrrf.s, John Adams, Thomns B rck'fT. John 1. 1 alnier, ELl'HA TIRB1T. Piesirinrt. J. N OR TIU.NCTON. Sec'ry. L . I cu er may 8 Iu I slisunlB pibkc kaaw bob te distmr.. tween thian m..s ""tsa u - as - w;r, - .fU of Lfcdo - ' momoer or the faculty of UMkA Bsasswaa a. ttA. J I imd surgery there, oDVftti.J?, ty to repeat snr - . - d - o repeat ymeooi0 - of MERCURT11 i, mdiscnminate. and uiL.. tbe resn, inaiscnminate, and uaon.iT fied use thereof. h.T, - Z rH - - tire of infinirTJ PfMac saoda are aaasmlir,.: , Jlloa - snce. Tbe dueate we base inview' . tal results chietlv in ti,TJZ '".?wel Is. that a young mun, the hopes of bb rWi't way from all the prospects and ril.i?.. - by tlw citequencet , of one angaarded nZZl? and by a di.ease not ia iu own wturs ffSTVS which only proves so from neWt Vm Wlr' tKBtnuBL"? A RhntlemaiTfJhte Dr fPf Uit) now pvfcttly hearty and wJ V under phyii of general Jractke 't bte and repeatedly .alivft. d ; Dr. II. (by a gentlemaa of tlii. ,i, J?TT!MJ1 were carious, and his riesh droppioe fron. ,u ius friends declared he could not two mouths longer. Thousands expert T?' know with what ease and aMM. i?Wf cates the severest case, and coBnVm.'ni" "T tution. The Doctor'! plan 2 cessary to guard the pufclic againrt JUSsf.1" rercury, and other fatal demons, held fenf Persocs, therefore, having coatr7 - ed . rate disorder, or tujpectmg latent BoiV. pr" admonished not to tamper with MV7?V' tion, or conceal the disorder, till na.t ry ; othersbaviug tlie remains of m eld?' or oUierirnpuntie. ofthe blocd, mw1lV! er coroplamti of a delicate ntumu't sex. should rememher posterity, and A".' to their consciences, by miirur b. to Dr. H. at his dd Ld ,l lishment, No. 64 Water - street, four hoot.' of Old - flip, to obtain that prompt assSu!. lone calculated to prevent dirln... .u? t let me claim yoorerioni nttiitip if 5 00 cure U i sWffff Ji.: uw ' ... ' A : " w." ,'certamly n lignil y. at some future period ; perhaea Tiki! . be too late for remedr. Don't i isia, i will Hi, Ihoat sing, the strecU miserable, mutdabid beiiiea? Tm, , even a bit of nose on their face f TE? J! beseech you. Dr. H.'s. character for skill and shihv .... tny being umversally known in thiscitv JTr. 1304, guarantee to patients that nVli,..:,' ",oc crecy hitherto unknown, and having confined tit practice foi veais past, exclusively to tlcttreol diseases ofthe blood systm,.they may arfelvV.1 ate on the most decided tdnSff T iultmg Dr. H. "!. Gleets eradicated in twa or it... i.. Strictures removed without bougies nr any oth" - instrument and all debilities x hkewii all old ulcerations, fistula's tot, A plurality ol cJices are prorided, and so sits - jted that iialients are not exooid in. - k i,.,. observation. Open till half past 9 ia the evenie All person concerned are invited to be fret ii calling, and speaking wilh Dr.H. which is fit. or cost. And here the Doctor caaoot avoid tb expression of gratitude for inntituerahla Herniations, and for tlie decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) long given him bis judicious pchtic. n . u. ah leiier must oe post paid. ' Dr. Buchanan. , Aug 77 1 v SLITHER WAVKEKY MJR LVtOll - jiujy. pR. EVANS1 snperisi J. method of curing a ce tain Disease, isnowoniver. sally acknowledged intlji city ; his mode of treatmesi is perfectly mild. safe, ei - peditioui. and hit chargn ic.iuuiuic, in every u stance he warrants a csrt, and will return tbe pay if b 'does not perform agrcsabis to contract. , a. The strictest secrecv alwsvi nlwml. Iliere are many persons in this cit and its wi. cinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, acrofaa or kings evil, fistulas, disease! of the nrelhn, bladder and kidnies, old complicated complain of a certain nature, bilious and other obstreo lions, rheumatism, ic. wlJch they consider iocs - rable, iey cm certauslr Retired (mgenaral) byappyin?'o mccucai oiore, Aa, o. Peck - tlit. having practited in extdaVw hospitals in Europe If years, under some of ttn nrst surgeons auu lujnuini in uie world, in4 made those obstinate diseases hi constant ihJr forSOvears. Oct It rry3 The subscriber having recentlv returnl from England with an important improvement os the artificial spring LEG, be lakes this msuVsl of informing his friends and tho public, that ill those wbo are so unfortunate as to be la wait if a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by if - plyh g at No. 77 Barclay - ttreet, New - TorV. Jan WM. PURVIS. (KT WHEATON k DA VIS, Fancy Chair Maaaftt turcn, No. 153 Fultoo - itrerti opjioiite St. Pauls Chsrcl oiler for sale, wholesale sw retail, a large and elegant i sort men t or Curld Alapf plain painted and omameii - ed in gold (t bronre. Bsmbws nam and lull Balls, noes Ing, Sewinc, and Convem - tion Chairs. Sofas. Settert, Lounceti. Mutk Stools, kc. Orders from any part of the continent execs v with neatness and dispatch. Old Chair repaired, painted and ornsmestti mh 9 A - jriir riitrssijtn uoojf. AFRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall - stretJw - . turned from Italy, his the honour to iaw" die gentlemen, that he cats and dresses hair the latest style, and in a maraer so a to adopt it to tlie phisiogr.omy. He ha for sale atpixah - ty of RAZORS ofthe first quality, if bey not please on trial, the purchasers aic at Jrtj tn return Ihom. and rpr.pivft IhemoneT. He as likewue procured a very fine hone, sua enc - to restore rasors to a very keen edge and shos they not cut he will receive no rceolnpeBO," I hose renllemen wbo may please 10 b wilh tiieir patronage, may depend oa the particular and respectful attendance. . ter will have tlir raxors, Ac. kept exclasrsrj for themselves. . . P. S. A eood iourotvman wanted. . P?J as above. mhlu r IO I TON. 3 bale New r''', .J by LE HOY, BAYArUi s. np30 ro 1LT, - .1 'tv a .v... H Yairi kiuu. Aorjositl Al " wii c. - av.M j ..v - , - rr - 1 park iu Duarte, and next to the corner el souftraet. Enquire at No. t Green wicsvsu NEW - YORK : PRINTED ANU tUBLlSBZD ST No. 49 WlLt.IAM - STBCST OrTOSITB T1 . Bm CorrrK - HoeiK. m sT - - .. - T A. 1 im in B 1

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