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. ' , IXWOOD FOR SALE, Or ExeJumrt far m Stat on thit Ithma. Q" This elegant country establishment U for sale m very accomodating tertni. tat Jioose is buil' M JOe, mm) finished throughout in tbe ot substantial mm! tasteful Style, COOiaming uiimcg room., ucwm ihui - triM. and cellar. . lt.c Mrm it a convenient farm - hoose. lodge, ice bouse, (lined) and all tbe office usually ap pendant to a genteel country eswbiunraent. - It consist of 105 acre ol land, well watered aboat um ttiird is in wood, and the residue con ail t of arable and mtado w - laod, tmder high cul t ration. , On (be farm i a large apple orchard and a nmnirionof the ordtnarv small fruits. Uisdtlightrally situated oo the east bank of Hudson ftiver, oommaodmg a One prospect oi we - river, of the Cat kill and Blue Mountain, and of an ex leni ve and rich tract of loterraie. : It it shout tmi mile south of the elerant resi dence of Gen. Lewit, and four mfe north of HydtPark, in Dutr best.county. There is i port office within a mile, nod several public land - urn rfinrrkM nil - Knoll within four Billet. The Steam - boats afford great facilities, and pass the premise at (lie most convenient hours. Willi attention, thit estate will pay 14 per ct. per aonnm on Uie torn asaeo for iu mr. w TA,.m .iih. txirn. will shew the premises. - Application may be made to A. 8. CELL, 601 Broadway. New fork. Title indwputable and immediate possesion given. Jl9 1aw6w . h.t. ifii t. twrebr riven, that mi the under - i turned hare been appointed by hit honor Richard Kilter, Recorder of the City of New - York, according to the act lor reuei agaiusi d - tconding and absent debtors, truiteei for all the creditor! of (be person constituting tlie firm, copartnership or boute of trade, of Prentiss to Carter, of Baltimore, debtor, who reside out of thii itstc and are indebted within it ; and all person indebted to the taid person conttituting the said firm, copartnership or house of trade, are required by the tenth day of June neat to pay all debts and inmt of money which they owe to tbe taid persons constituting the said firm, copartnership or house ol trade, and deliver all property of tlie tame, which they hare in possession, to us, the aid trustee. And all creditors of tbe said per - tool constituting the said firm, copartnership or hpusc of trade, are desired, by the first day of August neat, to deliver toss or one of ns, their respective demands against the tame. Dated the 7th day of May. 1018. W1I.I.UM c: MULLIGAN. WM. PROCTOR, i ruiiees. JOSEPH BATES, my 8 dtJlO&lawtAl ' At acoart of chancery held for the state of New York, at the city hall nt the city of New York, on the fifteenth day of . ok June, in theyear of our Lord mi tbou - . sand eight hundred and eighteen : t - REIXAT, ' ' ;. 1 , . The honorable James Kent, Esquire, ... Chancellor. , 1 Mary Gaotier, ) . . , . r. fTappeanng by affidavit Benlamin Gaotier, 1 to the latislaetion of this court, that process of sohpmna to appear and answer it thit caase bath been regularly issued a - gainst the abore earned defendant, Benjamin Gaatier, but that he, the taid defendant, cootd not, apoa diligent search and enquiry, made intermediate the teste and return of the taid ub - paaa, be round to beterved therewith And it further appearing by the said affidavit, that the said defendant resides at present either in the city of Philadelphia, in the ttate of Pennsylvania, or ia the town of Boston, in the state of Alas tarnusetti, anJ not without the territories of tbe I'nitfd States of America. And on motion of ft. C Ludlow, J onior, Esq solicitor for the complainant, it is ordered, that the taid defendant, Benjamin Gautier, do cause bit appearance to reentered, and hi answer in thit cause to be filed, within four month from the date of thii or der, or in default thereof that the complainant' billof comDlaint betaken pro - confeiso against him. And it it further ordered, ti nt a copy of this order be published within twenty diys trom the date hereof, in one or more of the puMic newspaper printed in tliis state, for eight weeks successively, once at least in every week. A Copy. ISAAC L. KIP, JeSOlawSw Assistant Register. To Larptntcri, Platltren, islotte Cutters and Carrtrt. THE BUILDER'S ASSISTANT IS most respectfully addressed, and worthy tbe attention of every one, either interested or directly concerned io buildiug, as it contains tbe most useful matter in weir respective pursuits such a deiienrfor Store Front, town and conn try Dwelling, with their detail, a Stair Cases, iUnC'.'ailv Raking Mouldings, Doors, Windows, Framing, Roofing, Flooring, Partitioning, Spirals, Architraves, Cornichet, Frixes, Arches, Tombs. Slept, Marble Mantles, Centre Flowers, with a number of elegant examples of Foliage, Greek and IVman Mouldings, plain and enriched with Working Drawings of the mott beanti - fulsnecimeat of the orders of Architecture, both Greek A - Romans together with a description of tne properties oi an mans oi materials useu in uie construction ofbuildine. with the proportion and hest method of mixing U working such a require to be coniDOunded. to a to render tnem d ara ble. The strength, stress and best disposition of Specifications of the several works, with rules nrMtimtinr and measorinz the same. To fa cilitate the knowledge by these instructions, tlie letter pre will be accompanied wiin i m cop rter - nlates f 60 of which are original desiens) ac companied with definitions of th most approved method of construction, character and applica tion, from the best authority studied for their direct use, and made applicable to the present style of building io thi country, with plan, elevation and section, by John llaviland, architect and engraved hv linsh Bridnort. artist. H. B RID PORT mott respectfully informs tlie Duolic. that he is on a vis - it to this citr, for tbe Jmrpose of soliciting the patronage of subscribers or the above work. Th sanction cf and names of upwards of 150 subscribers at Philadelphia will, he feels assured, sufficiently recommend the merits of the work a worthy their attention and that liberal encouragement which they have ttu - ' died to merit, both in its desizn and tbe reasona ble term of itt completion, which will be in 3 volumes of Ove number eacn ;one nurorx r to ne published monthly, at one dollar per number, payable on delivery to subscribers tonon - sub - rribers. when completed. 18. The first number is now ready for delivery, and may be seen, with the list of subscribers, at Messrs. Kirk and Mercein's store, No.Sz Wall - street, where names will be recused from thoe who wish la. become subscriber to tbe above work. J 18 2w A"A6 JIJfll - BlLlOUS PILLS. WfllWU have been attended with a degree VV of success highly grateful to tbe invent or's feelings, in several parts of the West Indies and the Southern.and Middle States, particularly in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, iic. The operation of these pills are perfectly mild, sobs to be used by perrons in every situation boo oi every age. They are excellently adapted to carry of so perilous bile, and prevent it morbid secretions ; to restore and amend the appetite; to produce a free perspiration, and thereby prevent colds which are often of fatal consequence. A dote never fails to remove a cold, if taken on it firt appearance. Thry are an infallible preventive ol Bilious and Malignant Fever, and should be iwucurea ioruse, Dy every seaman and traveller, Prepared and sold at LEE'S Medicine Store. No. 48 Maiden Lue. Druggists an t country store SrM.nM inn'i.J k I : L . ' V.wuwb mitrai ternis. my 18 mULH vr vkLoiuigau sor proparty in this citv A MJiat rnunlrw kni... :M . l. ... . ' 1 u ma viciouy ot EH xabeth - town, (N. J.) beautifully situated on th. po - rou, u prttaui )D the occupation 1 DocL Grant It contains eight rooms with of f"1" ou rear, a good kitchen, was'a - bouse, roilk - room. and celler . Uim - '.. . coach - house, stable for two horses, and other convenient out buddings, all in good repair about an aei e of land, laid out in a 1 gaHeo and orchard, which atfoid a variety cnoiee iron, asparagus, fee and a well of ex. ceiieiK water, with a pump. Terms will be buum uocrai. App:y to Jackson &W001.LEY, Jl . 75 Wall street - ha anv have wish, the miles bout fence, Jour the before to Late r I JL The from found A elegant velvet e The ertions esting, tne with ive, In spare which iTt ted pupils, idea qnent te the fore , IN J at in the all and cobd one a in nine in tiy the side of in and half with wise Pine the find ing tor 1 f of MAHOGANY SOFAS, CHAIR AND CABI , NET FURNITURE. ' . Jbo. 49 BEEKMjUY - STHSKT. THEiwecriber begs leave to return hMin - a, ccrsuisuiiauiwe i.uic. ., - 7 who have been kind enough to honor him with their commands, and to inform them, and the ad mirer ol baiKMoaie lurniiure in Etucrai, on band tome very elegant eofas, chairs, card, Pembroke and encoding patent duung tablet, grand sideboard, inlaid with high polished ornamental brats - work and rose - wood, card table to natch, Grecian couchet, tofat, chaise lounge, music tool. cliairt, Sc. Alto, a ii brary step chair, the atility of which be partico laflw twAmmanl. All furniture warranted of tbe best quality and workmanship, tod ol tne newest r.uropeaB iasu Orders executed to any part of the union to drawinz. en the most reaaooaDie term ana pnoctualityforcaib. Ladiea or rentlemec barine fancy woods, msy them manufactured to any article they by applying as above. toy 31 im is. jti. iiai wimn. XJR HALL, A boese and farm on Throg's Neck, io town and countv of Westchester, fourteen from New - York. The farm contains a one hundred acres of excellent land io good a large barn and other convenient out - buildiruT. a eood honse two stories high, with room on each floor, eleganUr situated on bank of the East River ; the situation un commonly bralthy; the neighbourhood the mott respectable ; abundance of fruit of the best selection ; scale and shell fiih in great variety taken the house. 'or further information apply Uie subscriber on the premise. my I tta STEPHEN B. HOFFMAN. CITY COMMERCIAL. SCHOOL, 3 AooSKVELT - aTREVT, BY ISAAC K. BRAGG. teacher of penmanship in the Adelphi school. lllti apartmcnlt in this establuhment are nt - ted up with a superior degree of neatness. Young Ladies1 Room, completely distinct the others, it is believed will not merely he commodious but comfortable and elegant. Drawing Master, of eminent qualifications, freceiitlv from London,) it encased to eive in struction in that branch twice in the week. His collection of specimens, in rare (lowers. paintings, landscapes, Kc. will cladlv be mimic a to turn as may re pleased to call. terms will he vcrv moderate, and the ex to reoder landscape drawing. 1c. inter by tbe preparation of views expressly for scnooi, ana occasional practice trom ature. clear illustrations of the rules of penpect it is believed will insure encouragement. arithmetic, tlie urincinal is determined to no pains to support the high character the recent examination of his pupils has . T1 1 r. i : . i t - i i - o rat w. i m laciuiy wiin wnicn complica ceiculations were performed by many of bis in the mind, without any aid to the memory, however it may have impressed with the of" getting by rote," was the result of fre practice alone, and proves that boys may taught all the facilities which are commonly resnitoi long practice in counting nouses, be they leave school. Applications for the admision of hoy, will be received on or after the 1st of June, against wnicnume it is intended to increase tne accom modations. my 26 lm Male of A'ew York. u. pursuance of a decretal order of the honora - Me the court of chancery of this state, bearing date the firth day of June. 1818, will he sold public auction, at the Tontine Coffee lloue. the city of .s. York, under the direction or the subscriber, one of the masters of the saidcourt, on 3d day of July next, at 12 o'clock at noon. that certain dwt l.ing bouse and lot of ground situate, lying and being in the city of New Yotk, which in a certain indenture made the se - day of February, in the year of our Lord thousand eight hundred and nine, between llichard llartthnrne, John I itus, William tlarts - horne, Thomas Uslick, James Onderdotik, Mary Titus, William Ustick, Jane Ilarthome and Deborah Ooilerdonk, of the firrt part, and til mund ESmendorf, of tbe scond part, is described follow, to wit : All that certain dwelling house and lot of ground, situate, lying and being the second ward otthe city of New York, and known and distingushed by the number sixty William street ; which said lot is bounded front by William street, on the northwest side the bouse and lot of ground now or lormerly property of David Johnson, on the southeast vy ine iionse and ioi now or formerly Peter Bogart I containing in breadth in front twenty five feet, in the rear twenty eight feet ; depth on the south east side twenty one feet, on the south twenty seven teet four and a inches, be the same more or less; together all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances to the same belonging or in any appertaining. Dated New York, June 9, 1BIU. P. G. HILDRETH, Master in Chancery. Je 9 dts Q - TO LET. A dry Cellar, under the house No. 29 - street. Enquire of MR. SMEDKS. my II tf t34 Pearl - street. THE FINE ARTS. AMONGST the present numerous exhibitions or thi city, M. PAFF flatter himself that lovers of cennine works. of old master, will his GALLERY OF PAINTINGS, No. 20 Wall - street, worthy their attention, and present them at the smallest expense wiin Uie most tnii. rratifir.fttinn. N. B. Old paintings repaired and restored to their original lustre, or purchased at their utmost value. myxnii THE subscriber for the belter rccommo dalion of merchants and others, has thought proper to open a shop No. 99 Wash ineton - street, next door to the corner of Kee - street, where lie intends carrying on the Plumbing Business in all its various branches N. B. He still continues to carry on the ou siness at the old stand No. 342 Water - street AH orders left at either place will be punctu ally attended to. je 12 2w CALEB S. BROWER TO hUILDEb. Or those who may wish to erect three elegant buildings or lactones. LOTS, "7 led by CO, more or less, 71th the buildings thereon, iu tlie centre of Vesey - t. can he purchased separate or together. al.su. An eleeant LOT, with the Building th - reon. 1 Bowerv. 42 by 125. more or less, near Chat ham - street the vhole on accommodating terms Apply at 33 Chatham Row, near Beekman - st The advertiser ha three small mortgages to dipose of, one of $3,000, one of $1000, one of Ii'), all in mis city. J Je MONT - ALTA lor SALEorlo Li. I , and immediate possession given, the beautiful filuce railed Mont - Alta. seven mile Iroiu the Citv - llall. on the North River, adioinine Lord Courtenay'. It contain 20 acres of land under uoprovement, with a large garoen wen siocaeo with veeetAblcs a variety of fruit, wiOj every convenience for a family. For terms, which are very reasonable, and if sold a long credit gi ven if wanted, apply to N. D. TALCOTT, 64 South - street. Je 12 T ANDERSON, at his maniifactorT. 55 Mai l . 'den lane, has on band a fine assortment of SPECTACLES, ' in gold, silver, plated, gilt, steel and tortoise shell frame, with convex, con cave, orgreen eye. lso, pebbles, gogjles l.ir weait eyes opera, reading and magm'ym; e:as s - e eye glasses set with gold or silver for tbe short signteo, rfitnn'ral glasfes, hoea proven, and fniwn caws ia a variety. i. r. coaiiuues to maouincture L - sne in every variety, and has on band a verv eleant assort ment of sword and other Canes, mounted to suit . . 1 . :e "wiesale and retail discount liber bi 10 wn"iea'e deak - ra. (Kr CASES and SPECTACLF.3 made and rtpwreoto order new glasse fitUd to old US"! "d "7 "ntioa paid to those who U J in be ses tbe ine dar telt me to the G to sor tie . - to use in of in 11" J - I'w.w.irs. fjty Ju qj WHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. TI1E long and successful use of this ointment is a sufficient recommendation, as it ha been found to be a pleasant, safe, and certain remedy far that disagreeable disease ia all it sta - 5es. It is for tale in the city of New York, by . A.ti YT. R. Pott, No. 41 WiUiam - ttrret; I. T. Clark, No. 65 Mnidea - Laoe ( 11. .U. SchitCtlioii Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Lawrence & Keest. No. 195 Pearl - street i Hull Bowne, 146 Pearl - street ; ft. to L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street : J.M. BradbursL 314 Pearl - street : olio Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street v Duryee & Poe, in Pearr - street; John C. Morrison, 188 oreenwicn - slrctt; ioim r. f ishery 100 Broadway ; Walter & Seaman, cornet of Chamber - st. and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street i and short it may be procured at most of Ihn Drug Store in thi city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Withered k Son : Georee Harrell .North h. Ro gers, and almost all the druggists in Uie principal town in the United State. , LIKKWI3K, WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS mi had at tho above place. ian 28 6m VALUABLE REAL t. FOR SALE, IN THI CITT OF STEW - YORK. 17IVE lot of ground on the west sideofGreen - ' wicb - street, between 'etry and Desbros - - streets. 25 by 80. r our do m tlie rear ol the above, fronting on east tide of Wafhington - slreet, 25 by 80. Eight do in the block below, between Wash ington and west - streeu. . In Montfrniwrr IJnnnfv. COflO acre of Land in Lawrence' Durchaie. near East Canada Creek, on the north tide of oiouaws;. In Franklin Countv. 15.162 acre of Land, in the fawns nt Mount (uomi ana tvayton. . ... . ' In r.ssex County. - 7832 acres of Land in the townofBarrymore. In the County of Lewis. 1C50 acre of land in CatterlanH. Chassanit rurcbaie. In Saratoga County. S600 acre io Palmer' purchase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber. 34 Ce - street. ' BEV. HODINSON. mh 17 tf BEKGEN OKPIIANS COURT, Of the Term of March. 1818. vainanne fcnuyler. Administratrix, c. ol John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute. deceased. pHE court order and direct, That Catharine J. tchuv'er administratrix of the eoods. t hvt - and credit! of John A. Schuyler, deceased, give public notice to the creditors of tlie decedent to bring in their claims and demands against estate oi tne ttiid decedent, oo or before the first day of May, in tbe year of our Lord tieh - teen hundred aud nineteen, by putting up notices that effect in five of the most public places in county of Bergen, for the space of two monuis, ana aaverusing me same lor the like pace of time in a newspaper printed and published in the state of New - Jersey, and in a news - aper printed and punushed in the city or Rework. A true transcript from the record. ap?U2m JOHN A. BOYD, Sur'gate. G.SAUNDER'S PA J ENT RAZOR STROP. You that wish to shave with ease, Buy of Sacbders if you please ; Hi Razor Strop's, peculiar such, That sharps the Rasor with a touch. SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those . who have nut got his Patent Razor Strop, furnish themselves with his new invented Ra Strop, and Metallic Composition. No gen man who once makes trial of one ol the Strops now offered, will ever try any others; and such is their formation, that ever so much use will not give the razors that roundness whk h renders the best of them useless, ond which is well known al ways to follow the application of all those hither - j n'L - . iim - mcu. i ne mmve sirof are in general in New York, and are distinguished irom all others. Barbers who have used them say more tlie ir praise than I can myself. G. SAUNDERS, 1!) Wall - street. Also for sale, Razors, Soap, and every, utensil for Shaving, of the first duality, with a' supe rior atsortmtul of Perfumery, Hair - Powder, Uc. from Smyth's, New Bond street, London. N. B. Tbe most liberal allowance made to dealers. my 22 VYJ l.k.T. in!S The elegant 3 story houe No. 7 Hud son street, which commands a pleasant view of the Park and river. Possession may be bad in a lew days. Alio lor sale, the furniture cfiai'I bouse. It is the best quality : well fitted, and suitable to a genteel laroiiy. Apply a above. my 1 1 ti ELLGJt.T PIAJfO I - OKI Kb. OS. WILSON, 14 Maiden - Lime, lwsjutre - reived by the V enut. a larse assortment of excellent Piano Forte, Patent Flute, Flageo lets, &c. manufactured expressly for l.im by Cle ment! to Co. London. Also, Piano Forte String sets, new mutic. and every article in Uie mu sical line ; instruments takeu in exchange, and tuners provided. my 99 If MEDICAL Alii. TR. CORN WELL, who is U a member of the Corporation of Surreons or London, and who has had much experience in the line of bis profession f r more than twenty years, bat lately arrived in this rity, and I eing well apprised of I he treat ciigih nf ..me it generally takes to introduce a medical get tleman into practice in the common reserved w ay, takes this method to inform the public, thai ne nas tBKen ine snuauon, No. 27U WATER - STREET. corner of Dover - street his door in Dover - street hi name on the door his sign, a Mortar; where he will be found ready to wait on those that please to apply for his medical aid, in tlie different branches of urgery, and the practice of Physic generally. As. also, in all case of impotency, andarer tain complaint, incident to both sex, in which he ha had great, very great, experience iothe cure of thousands, without one hours detention from business, or change of diet, or a poisible ditroverv hvthe most intimate irieml. ffj" And in all case or confidence, the great est secrtcv will be strictly observed. He. has no shopman, or any person in p .rmersnip wiin him. N. B. Attendance will be given to patients from sun - rise until 9 o'clock 11. Uie evening. Jell lm TO LEASE OK r OH SALE, Jjj Thalelemt modern built house, situate at Uiu corner of Sands and Wa'hiujton stre - ts, r.rooklvn Its saa is thirty - one fecttront by fifty feet deep, its rooms so arranged as to eotubuie every convenience for a genteel residence. - it will be sold with two or more lots of ground, at the optioo of the purchaser. Term, one fourth cash, the rest in such payments as will tie ni.ist convemeok to purchaser. Apply ou the pre mises to C U AI.L. may 23 tf CURLEO HAIH M ANV FA O'lOR I ', 76 Chatbam - ttreeL THE subtrribrr returns his thanks to the public for their former patronage ia the line of hi profession, and hope for their future mpport. He likewise informs them that he ha; oo ban J a constant supply of curled hair, manu factored expressly for matrasses, on an improved principle ; and likewise guarantee the htirsolri by bun to be tree Irora any impure iuh II, tum well scoured, boilej and bkkeil, ana being ma nufacture J by machinery, hasanadr.tageovrr any other hair manufactured in America. its very texture and elasticity making it a savieg ot twenty - uvt per cent to thn purchcr. WILLIAM JiCK50N. N. B. Merchant and the trade in jreiicral will find it to their advantage to call ai abore 3") bain of hair in its rMirh state ; 6 bale, of long hors - tiU ; ?i00 It - s ol long hair drawn 30 inches, c'obbrd ; 600 dozen hair sieve bottom. For sale as above. my 5 2m I 3R1.Y.E BEEF. JO barH', fr fal, i,y CAMBRELbNU ti ri.ARhO. of at on as n. 1 9 Je 9 67 Soatfi Ur.it. SW1FT - 8UEE MAIL COACHES, . ma raii.ADBxrtuA.. ffr - Leave New - Tori Levery morninefSundav'sex t - . f cepted) at 8 o'cloc k, and ar - tuve In fbiladelpbia next day to dinner. lite publkk bouses are good, and reasonable in their charee. The drivers, horses and coach es are not inferior to any others now running be tween these two cities. J be beauuiul country, and the excellence of the mads on this rout, con nected with tbe safety, comfort, and reasonable expences. are beleived to be strong inducement to traveller in giving thi line a decided preier. ence. Tbe strictest attention will be observed by the proprietors in Eivinz eenerai satisfaction All baggage and packages will go at the risk of the owner unless insured and receipted lor ry uie clerk or said oince. Stage fare only $5, with a generous allowanre baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable term exclusively to themselves, by applyiog one day previous to starting. For seats apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlaodt - street, New - York. LYON, SONS, A CO. np 2 Proprietors. UNION LINE. FOR PHILADELPHIA. Twenty - five mile land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new post coachet $ Do good ttnget . 4 50 Do lorecastle or deck passengers, 3 50 Connected by the steam boats olive brahch and rni.ADKi.rHiA. The steam boat Olive Branch will leave New York every day. Sun day's excepted, from tlie north side of the Bat tery, at 1 1 o'ciocb, a. m. rassengers win ioige Trenton, and take the steam boat Philadel phia, so as to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock Ualtimnre steam coals. This line has a connection with the best boats the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; also those of the Noith River and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculatedto cause lit tle, if any delay. , I his is a speedy and certainly tne most conve nient route, as the passeDgcrs will leave New - York a'ter the banks open, and arrive liil l.iln - delpliia before the hours of hu - iiieiui, without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the land carriage bein - r much less than by any other route be tween the two chics. For seats io the above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUES, At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketfield street, north side of the Battery, be tween Greenwich n. - id Washington streets, or to - I he CAr TAIN on board, (jej - All goods and baggage at tbe risk of tlie owner. ap 4 honey.. For the further accommo dation of tlie public, tlie de - rs&. ynarti '" - - lNew arture ol the r irefly from York and New burgh will he in future i n the following day : Lease New York on Monday. Wednesday unci Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newburgh oo . .... 1" I . n . V ursday, r riciay ami ounaay si o a. i. The above arrangement will commence by the Firefly leaving Newburgh on Sunday, the 24th May. '1 he Western Stasre leaves Newburch imme diately after the arrival of the Firefly. my x jSVKTU RIVER STEAM - BOA TS. fcJ - Onthe Ufhof May. the Boats will commence running four times a week, aslullows : A Boat will leave New - York on Tuesday, at A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ; Friday, at 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 5 I . M. cf each week ; and a bout will leave Albany 0.1 Monday, Wednesday. Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M. The above arrangement win commence Dy me Chancellor's leaving Albany on Monday, tbe Itth Ma v. at 9 A. M. and the Kichmond leaving New York nnTuesdav. the 12th at 9 A.M. The Fire - Fly leaves iNtw - orE on 1 uesoay, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. ror New hurgh, and rtturntoo Monday, Wednesday ana Friday, at n A. m. . my a KASTOST AND BETHLEHEM HEW Lilt, VIA SKW - BHCS8WICK. 0O Pasrenger will leave fmmj ,7 ew - IOTH every Monday taak2?T"A. M. in the steam boat Oli - .i Branch ; lodge nt New Brunswick ; leave tncre eany next morning, nnii arrive at enston at 4 o'cloT k in the afternoon. Returning, leave Easton every Tuesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, ni , longe at t w nrnniwicK , arrive i York nt 10 o'clock next morning, in the steam boat Olive Bnnch. The tage connected with this line is a good four - horse stage. rassnge trom fM. brum wick to r.aiton, J ; from Eii'ton to Bethlehem, 75 cents. For seats in thenhove line,ppiy to WM. B. JAQUESal tbe Philadelphia Union Line Steam - Boat Office, north ide 01 the battery. RO u 1 11 1 Lt. 1 lui, rroprietor. Je I3tf FOH PHILADELPHIA, Via E LIZA BRTIl - lOWX POINT. POaT - COACH LIE, Through tn a day and by day - liRhl, EAVEif New - York iu the steam - boat Ata - I lauta, from the foot of Whitehill - .treet, near the Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquire at No. 1 Courtlandt - street and No. S3 White - Kill - street, at which placet seat may be taken. Je20 tf T"0.UDING. Gentlemen and families, can .13 be accommodated with genteel board, at 166 Greenwich, corner ot Dey - streei, where every attention wm oe paw, ana ineir situ ation made agreeable. je 14 2w PERFUME, Sic. THE subscribers have just received from one of Uie firft perfume bouses in Paris, an invoice of rich cut glass bottle with rer 3s - fumes, which for elegance is not to be iurpassed by any to this city ; amongyie per fumes they contain are ex tracts of vanu a, jessamine, rose, A!c. Also, from iToyrna.otto of roses f in email phials) in its pure state. O.f HARD, Pomatums in pots aud bottle, antique oils, cold cream, milic ot roses, almond paMe, lip salve, almond pasta and liquid (with rich per fumes) a useful article, honey and tavendor waters, French and English cosmetic washballs, soap of all kind: - , brushes of all kinds, Cologne water warranted genuine. E?pehan aod Regen - 1 rice and Ninoo waters, ladies' work boxes and dresVui" caes com pleat and neatly fumi - hed from three dollars to tweuly dollars Gentlemen's shaving cases ; ridicule clasps aod bags ; pocket hooks ; thread case ; puree of all kinds ; bntnnma metal and mahogany shaving boxe; gloyt - s ; kid and silk garters; tortoire shell and pearl combs, different patterns ; silver tr.iinlile ; tweezer pencil cases ; gold and til - vi r uiounied boxes ; lultese butt - iiis ; amulets and amulet ornaments ; otto of rose ; essence peppermint, prepared by Mr. Juniper, of London ; court plaster ; bears oil, equal to any other kind for promoting the growth of Oik hair ; Ruspeni's dentifrice pomade divine and Jamaica ; enence of soap; Naples shaving tnap, in po!s a:id by the pound ; pen, pocket, fruit and sportsmen's knises, and almost every ctrwr kind 01 perfuins and fancy articles; to which they invite t'ir at'entior. of the ladies and gentlemen ol this citv. ANTHONY Vf. TRAPPAN & CO. At fhrir ft nry store and prfiiuie warc - bouse. No - ,3C Brojd.vny, sin of tlr; naluial roe, nearly oppovitt the City Hotel. Jel9 3laww 22 it THE SOUND STEAM BOAT - LtXE. Tbe - proprietors, with a view of accommodating the public, by extend - ne the line Ito Norwich, intend making toe experiment with tbe Fulton, Capt. Law, and thi route (if found practicable) will be continued during the reason. The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, as follows : The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, IVtdnrtdaj and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, for New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt. Law, will leave Norwich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same day, touch htNtv - Lorulon and depart from thence for New - Harm at 8 o'clock. The boats will meet at New - H artn, and depart from thence every Monday, Wtdntt. day and Friday,tX 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut Uit New - York, and the Fulton for Nae - Lottdon and JV 01 inch. mh 17 STEAM BOAT NAUTILUS. The steam boat NAUTI LUS will hereafter run at follows, except on Sun - Adays. LEAVE VEW - TORK, At 5 o'clock in the forenoon, n do do 1 1 do do 2 o'clock io the afternoon. 5 do do LEAVE FTATE1V ISI.AKD, At 1 - 2 past 6 in the forenoon, I 2 past 9 do 1 - 2 past 12 in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 2 past 6 do ON ICKDAVS I.EAVK flKW - TORK, At 5 o'clock in Uie morning, 10 do do I o'clock in the afternoon, j 4 do do LEAVE STATE Ifl.AUD, At 8 o'clock in the forenoon, 1 - 2 past 11 o'clock do 1 - 2 past. 2 o'clock in the afternoon, 7 o'clock do Passengers to the Narrow and Bath will, for the present, he fallen down on Sundav niorninz. in the 10 o'clock boat, and be called for about half past 0 o'cincK in the evtuing. 1 Lc rare to beaten Island will be 25 cents, aud to Bath and the Nar rows, oU cent. Children ball price. The NAUTILUS is n new bout ofereat meed in line order, with good arcurtimortatinii ;aDd is propelled on the Livingston and Fulton plan. On account of the pleasantness ol her tour, trie advantages of Sea Bathing nt the places sin; visits, the variety and beauty of the prospects they afford, the cheapness of the fare, nud the excellence of the refreshments and nrcoromodations on board, excursions in the Nautilus lor pleasure or buriness, will be found expeditions agreeable and healthful. A she is fitted for the transpor - tation of Horses and Carriage, and the wharves ana noat at flew - York, Maten - Islood and tbe Horse - Boat Ferry at the Blazing Star", prepared for safe and commodious embarkine and landing travellers in the Post Chaises, or in private car riage Dftween ew - Kork and lliiladeiphiu, Trenton, Princeton, New - Bruotwick, or Wood - bridge, will God the route by the Nautilus and the Turnpike acros Staten - lslAnd to New - Brunswick, the (bortest. cheapest and most pleasant that can he selected. JOHN DEFOREST, Captain. Staten - hland, 27tb Mav, 1818. my 291m NEwavaoB and ca(iapdaiguaiil - stauk' THREE TIMES A WEEK. LEAVES Newhurgh every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday mornings, at three o'clock, runs throuzh .Montgomery, Cloomingburgh, Montkello, by White Lake, Co'hecton. Mount Pleasant. Great Bend, Chenango Point. Owesa. Ithica. and Ge neva, toCaoandaigua. Heturntng leaves Cansndaitrtia every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'ciock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - Yoik the following morning. XT ll may be trputtd thai at all limit when the ttram - boah alter their dayt of running, tliat thit lint irill alter to at to mret them. The whole route will be prrfomed in three days, from tlie first of May, until the first of November and from the first of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four davs anil from the 15th December, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canantlaigtia in four days. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or llufi'alo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages; good horses, and rareful and experienced drivers. Every attention will be paid to render tlie passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious 1 and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. frr FARE from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. 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, &c. BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Blooroingburgh, V.. C. St. John. Mount Pleasant. L. & R. Manning, Chenango, iProprie Luther uere, Ithica, I tors. Samuel Greenliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, mh 14 d6ra EA31 ON MAIL S PAGE, THROUGH IB I DAT. THREE TIMS AWI ssjsflj (Kr '1 he proprietor 1 , limi y knowledge with giatitude V - ; " Jt - ncouragement tltey I THROCCH IS 1 DAY. THREE TIMI8 A WEEK ack atitude tlie l - r. 2 St - ncouragemeni uiey nave " "Himherpinfarm rrpivH in !hi line, tu'i are therefore induced to expedite the travelling on this route ; and in order to accomplish it, have provided themilvti with four chances of horses, which are placed at e qualdistances on tbe route. It will have White's Hotel, Easton, every Monday, Wednesday, and r nday. at 4 o'ciock in tbe morning, arrive at Elizabeth Town Point in time to take the steam boat Atalanta, 1 5 o'clock. Leave New York at 5 o'clock, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and arrive at Easton eatlv in the escaing ; fare through five dollars, ar.d a gene - rout allowance cf baegage, gratis. As thi stage passes near the cnlebralrd springs oo Schooley's mountain, passenger tnxiug tni line will be earned to tne spring itnout any extra charge The proprietors pledge that nothing (ball be wantiug on their part to make this a pleasant route. I be drivers are carelul and atctimmoda - ting. For eats, apply to James Patten," Court - land street, or on board the Atalanta, and White's Hotel, Laslon. I. Z. & J. DRAKE. Chester, June 20 Je 20 I m NOTICE. frr - Stam Boat Olive liHAcn will tail every ijJjDi '""tny, at 1 1 o'clock round g'jiiatfgfe'fogtatcn Island, and occasion ally, 11 the wiuJ and tide will permit, to tlie hook. '1 his beautiful sail will contribute both to health and pleasure, aod is nt cheap a re creation as can be found. Parties who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, give in their names the day preceding, at the office in Marketbelii street, north side ullhe Bat tery. Dinner on board, nt the usual prices. Passage 8s children h.lf price. my 13tf TIIK STEAM - BOAT ATA LA XTA, tun. tL.IiO.AlJr. lUiOVVN fOIST, X EAVES N. York eacli JLA day, Sundays except rZjStfl. from the foot of White - h.4ii - irttt ntur the Battery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. HI. and 3 o'clock P. M. ; leaves Eliza - bethtown Point bt 3 o'clock A. M. aud half past iz o ciocx and halt past 4 o'cukk r. n. Je TO tf 4 aUKaraJie pbhrWw"hw Kiitic,aiii :. tvvnll..,,.., A:a V"wi" tt y - wm wufr. DSCTOLH0RKE."ii of the city of LondonTaj member of the faculty JJL aod sareerv there. dem. i, t.vJ tw ia r "."" - the abuse of MERCimv" f rash, indiscriminate, and unouiiu 6ed use thereof, bas been pridot tive of infinite sniarhi.r ' - and ore annually mercurialized out of civV tal resulu chiefly to thi. source. What . pi(t that a voune nun. tl,. l,no. "I l'"X the darling of hi, parenU, thould be sntctedl way from all the prospects and enjoyiwnU ofhi by the consequences of one smgaaVded moment and by a disease not in it. own aature fataTa which only prove to from neglect or iirmromJ treatment.'' A geatlemar, 6(late Dr. rt'TgH lietjt) now perfectly hear and well, had biea under physicians of general practice, rixyeanf and re,ab,dlysalivat,d; when recommended (S Dr. H. (by a gentleman of this city) his boo were carious, and his flesh droppjDg from jhS! his friends declared he could uXiESSL1 t wo months longer. 1 Thousands expenmentaJI, know with what ease and safety Dr. H InZf cates the severest cases, and confirms the'eonTP" tution. The Doctor's plan (adve.ui)C - 1B rcssary to guard the public against theions. Ji ' mercury, aud other fatal delusions, beld forth Pe.ron, therefore, having contracted a n"ri" vnta disorder, or .uipecting latent poison, ul admonished not to tamper with their constih, tion, or conceal the disorder, till past rtcovL ry ; others having the remain of an old casT or other impuritie of Die blood, a well as otv er complaints of a delicate nature, in eith.i sex. should remember posterity, and do iusrir. to their consciences, by makins armlirn;!,. to Dr. II. at hi. old and retpfctaK lishment, No. 64 Water - street, fow house. wiS of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assi.tancew lone calculated to prevent disclosure. And h. let me claim yoor serious attention RemoiX. a tupertcial cure it no cure at all ,.i .C?z 111 'ly0' willcertamlyhar. he disorder break out again with redoubled ma lignity, at some future period ; perhaps then will be toolate for remedy.1 Don't fouoCieTi the streets miierable, mntilaled beings, whoi. even a bit of nose on their face TnnrvT Dr. il's. diaracter for skill aod tubbora inte - gn!y being universally known in this citv Z 1804, guarantee to i.atiis that rfi;...."y! .T.1 crecy hitherto unknown, and lmving conQned hia (irann - t: jiJii p."i, en msiveiy to the curenl disease of (lie blood systm, my may afely caU t - ulate cn the mott decided advantmv.. suiting Dr. IL vm" Gleets eradicated in t we or three week. Stricture removed without bougies or anv oih. er instrument ; and all debilities i likewise all old ulcerations fistula's kr. A ilnrality or offices are prorided, and so tit . afed tliat patients are not exposed toeacb other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening. Al! persons concerned are invited to h fr calling, and speaking with Dr. II. which is tree 01 com. aiki nere ine Loctor cannot avoid tee expression of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, nod for the decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) long given him by a - ludiciou public. x. n. aii letters mutt be post paid. Dr. Buchaoan. . Aug 27 lsr SEU'HEU HUAi.Kf.RX .OR IMPOSITION. DR. EVANS' superisi method of curing a certain Di lease, isnow universally acknowledged in thit city ; hi mode oftrentment is perfectly mild, safe, ei peoiuou. and bit cnargt fWtf - i' . he warrants a cure, ' iiid will return the pay 1 r be The strictest secrecy always observed. 1 here are many person in thi city and itt vi cinity, laboring under variout chronic diseases. such a cancers, om invaierHie uicera, acrosn or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the aretbra, bladder andludnies old compbeatew cotsmiainu ir riain nature, bilious and other obstruc tion, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider inca - rallle. tficy can ceriBinir ixmini tin a me rail by applying atDr. EVANS'S Medical Store. No. o prk - sTin. havinc Practised in extAit hospital in Europe 12 yean, under tome of the first Surgeons and Physicians in tbe world, and made those obstinate diseases bis constant study for 30 years. Oct It rr7 The subscriber having recently returned from England with an important improvement ot the artificial spring LLG, he take this method of informing his friends and the public, that aH those who are so unfortunate as to be In want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap - ' plying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. JanS2 WM. PURVIS. NEW DRESSING ROOM. FRUM EN TO, No. 1 Wall - street, Jut reus. . turned from Italy, ha tbe honour to inform the gentlemen, that he cuts and dresses hair in tlie latest ttyle, and io a matner so a to adopt it to the phieiognoaiy. He ha for sale a quanti ty 01 kazuks ol Uie tirst quality, u iney oo not please on trial, the purchasers are at liberty to return them, and receive the money. He baa likewise procured a very fine bone, and enrages to restore rasorttoavery keenedge - rand should they not cut be will receive to reenmpence. Those gentlemen who may please to honor him with their patronage, may aepena 00 uie mtt particular and respectful attendance. Frumento hat iust received a few self oi the celebrated Manguim False Back Razors, war ranted of Damaicu steel or a superior quality. Amateur may shave themselves luxuriously. N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe by the quarter will have their razors, Ac. kept exclusively for themselves. P. S. A good journeyman wanted. Apply a above. mh6tf Aco,trsTAr supply of la dies Beaver Haul fresh from tbe ma - nufactoty, suitable lor tlie southern market, and packed at the shortest notice, 77 jir ' t?MH V, A'iCi t J. WILSON'S, 160 Broadway. mny 7 , rptlK bank notes of all 1 tki. - ,t anil Alhanv. lha banks between this city and Albany, received at our t - change Office al 3 - 4 per cent discount ; of aU the banks above Albany I 1 - 4 discount s and.aUCoB - oecticut notes at 3 4 per cent discount. LIVINGSTON h TRACT, 29 Wall - st. directly uuder tbe Exchange Bank. Jell Sw NEW - YORK : PRINTED AND PUBllSUZD . MICHAEL BURNT! A MM CO. 49 WiLLiAJt - STMET orroirrB ti Bark CorrxE - Hocs. - - No.