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T Carptnttn, Plattenn, Slant Cutttrt and . ' THE BUILDER'S ASSISTANT IS most rearrsctfully addressed, and worthy (hf attention of every one, either interested or directly concerned in building, a it contain! the most itiH matter in weir respective iHiirmii ; im b ai deaiso for Stor. Front, town and conn Ui Dwellings, with their detail, at Stair Ctwa . Ham tu1, Kakiag Mouldings, Doors, Windows, taming, Kounng, Mooring, rariiuoiu.g, - pi - rata, Architrave, Cornichea, Frixe, Arcbe Tomb. Steps Marble Mantle, Centre Flowers, with a mler of elegant examples of Foliage, (J reek and Korann Moulding, plain ana eoocn cd with Working? Drawioes of the moat beanti Sul wcinni of orriera of Architecture, both Creek Ic Roman ; together with a description of t ie propertiet ol all kinds ol materials uteo m mm conuraction oi buildings, witn me proporuw txit metb k1 of mixing & working ucb ai require n Kb - rimfMttii. - i mn t a render tnesn uura - ble. Theitrcnj;th,treiand belt disptionof timber in truant.; 01 carpentry, n - inVat.niu. of the several works, with rule for estimating and measuring the same. To fa rilitufe the knowledge by theae instructions, the latter pren will be accompanied with 150 copper - plate (60 of which are original designs) accompanied with definitions of the mot approved method of connection, character ana epp'ic - tion, from the belt aatlioriry atuuiea iur u. - rect use, and made applicable to the present atyle of building in toil coui.try, wiin pmn, nation and ection, by John Havilaml, archi ....i . - J li Hurh BrirlDorU artist. : H - BRIUPORTmost reapectiully inform the puDlic, that he it on a vmi to mis cut, w w pvrpose of oliciting the patronage of ulacnbefs bribe above work. The auction of and name of inward or 150 subscriber at Philadelphia will, he (eel aiuied, sufficiently recommend the merits of the work a worthy their attention and that liberal encouragement which they have studied to merit, both m it design and the rtasona - ble term of iU completion, which will be in J volumes of five numbers each ; one number to be pobliahed omotbly, at one dollar per number, payable on delivery to ubcriber i to non - subscriber, wlseo. completed, $ 18. The Gnt number i now ready for delivery, and mar ht teen, with fiie list ol subscribers, at Messrs. Kirk and Mercein' store, No. Wall - street, where name will be received from those u,kn ! bnan uinu - rirMra io me auove work. .. ,. Je 18 2w - U ANN'S ANil - BILIOVS PILLS. f HIGH have been attended with a degree V of success highly grateful to the inventor's feelings, in several part of the West Indie, mid the Southern and Middle State, particularly in New i - lk, Philadelphia, Baltimore, A'c. , The oeratioa of tbeie pilit are perfectly mild, ao a to be ottd by penuua in every tituatioo and of every age. , - , Thy are eirellently adapted to carry of u - peirtoot bile, and prevent it morbid secretion : to reUore and immd the appetite: to produce a trti perspiration, and tlierrby prevent cold which are often of fatal coniqiience. A dote never fail to remove a cold, if taken on iti firat appearaace. l iiey are an infallible preventive ol Bilioui and Malignant Fever, and (iotild be procured for ue, by every aeanian iinil Inivelle r. rrenared and old at LEK'S Medicine More, No. 46 Maiden Lane. DmggiMs and countiy (tore ktfepert cnpplied on liberal term. niy 16 iX) LH.T, Possession given imruediuttty, a commo dious HOt'SK Stable and out - house, with Cae cultivated G ARDEN, fruit tree. Shrubbe ry, ic. and pasture ground enough for a horte or cow. It i pleasautly tituated on the Bank ol ..t T - - . . :i t .1... ine norui xuver, nni tjoiie iwo innc iidiu mc City Hall. The rent will bo moderate. For particulars enquire at JeSOlw No. 49 Water tret. GLOBL'S. NE ralr London 18 inch Globe's (Cary's.) J Imndsomely moiintrd, for sale nt a reduced price. r PC TLR A. M KSI FR. Je 19 lw - S8 W all - stre t. Futi SAL.. L. - lIi A country House and Farm, on the east bank of Hudson's river in the Higiilands, about 54 miles from New - York, lying between the country seats of Willian Ue'nniung - , Esq. and cpt. Phillips, at.d nearly opposite West Toint. The farm contains 121 acres. The house (which was built in 1S05) has 12 rooms, ex elusive of the kitchen, and possesses every convenience necessary lor a family. There M alio a farm - house, bam, stable and other out - liouses, in frond order, a garden and a great variety of fruit tree of the best kinds. A further description is not given, because persons inclined to purchase will no doubt view the premises t for which purpose application may be made to Mr. James Thompson, on the firm. For the tennsof sale, euqtiiieof : - - "VM. UEXDERiOV, 55 Wall - street, New - York. ' mv 21 Sawlm BANK UNITED STA TES, May 12, 1818. ARCHITECTS of acience and experience are invited ta exhibit to the Board of Director ou, or belbre the 1st day of August next, appropriate designs and elevation tor a Bauking House to be erected on the acite purchased for that par pose, hounded on the north by Chrtnut aud ou'tbe. south by Library - streets, containing one huudrrd and fifty one feet in width east and wet, and two Vmdred and twenty five feet in daitlhv north and south. . Taeground plan will include an area of about ten or eleven thousand square feel in a rectaugu lar figure of equal or unequal siJes, as may be best adapted to the interior arrangement. The buildinz will be faced with marble, aud have a portico on each, frout, resting uon a basement or platMrm ol such altitude as will commne con - ven - face ol asceui wiin uue proportion nnu n - kv.U la th'r edifice, the directors are desirous of ex hibiting a chaste imitation of Grecian architecture in its simplest aud least expensive form. . Five hundred dollars will be paid for that de't sign which shall be approved, and two buudrad dollar lor the ocxt bsi specimen. By order of tas board of directors, JONA. SMITH, Cashier, may 14 SawtlA TO FARMERS . - iND GAJlDNtMS. T! IHISdayi publish!, Fart Hie r'trsf of a ''Fer'f lletidmet in the Cmtfd Stales nf America, by WILLIAM COBBLT 1 ; contain - iiuj, a description of the face of the Couotry and as account of the Climate, Seasons and Soil; and more especially an account of the Author' mode of cultivating the Huta Baga, or liuuta, or Sutdunt Imrtop. The price of this Work, by the single copy, it ioHar, and of fen copies, tix dMitr and m half. The books are deposited with Mr. At thamlmtdt, at No. 6t, Barclay - street, New York, where they may be had, at the above pri cts, either by single copy or by tens. Mr. A rchambaudt has also some of my Russia Turnip Seed, which is put up in small parcels, and which be will sell at tnc same rate, at wrhich my man, James Hatnmertoo, sells it on Saturdays, in tha Fly Market. This arrangement has been suide in order that farmers, from a distance, may h able to get the teed at any time that it suits them to 1m in the city ; and, a n is uenrame loumnhuts tht r1 .xi. powiWe, I have had half putmdt and quarter ot y" P r, io uu me convenience of per ' - " " j luiiun nn tsnaii pieces Oi loo. I he price cf a pmnd is a cfoUar. nnJ of tha trnaUer quanUtiet io the tasne proportion. . Irauy rentlemen, who reside from Sew - York, should wish lor honlc r ,i their best way will be to apply to some corrris - pobqboi at rtew - Tork ; becaua Mr. Archsm. bindt will, from the nature of his present busi ness, be unable to attend to their orders. If aay gentlemen should t disposed to write me i the to The t the he the ing at in the all in in of in ' iuiier5, mrir 1'ieerj win reach mi safely and without delay, if directed to the car of lr. ArchauiUuJt a above. W.VI. COBBETT. uu U Uw2w MAHOGANY SOFAS, CHAIR AND CABt' . ntrr furniture, ... 'PHfi ubcrib beg leave lo retora 1 cere thank to tho ladiea and geatlemen who liava been kind enough to honor him wit. tbeircoumaad, and to inform mem, ruirtr of hand tome furniture la general, mm ne ha on hand aome very elenl awlBcrb wiw, card, Pembroke and extending patent diwne " ' ble grand aideboard, inlaid with high pohjbed oreauesUl bra - work and roe - wooa, k citM - iu cn - eliea. sofa, cliiuie .ink. chain.1 be. Abo, ll - brary Itepchair, the siUlity of Which he particu . AU furaiture warranted of tlie lpt quality and workmanship, and of the neweti coropeaa nun ti - .vM.n4.fl n inr nart of the onion to aay drawinr, on the moat reasonable term and pnncwaJnyiorcMu. ldie or rentlemf c having fancy woods, may have them manufactured to any article they wih, by applying as above. 30 Sm A. M. HAYWOOD. tVn2 SAl.K. '.V A booae and farm on Throe' Neck, in iLe town and countv of Wettcbeter. fourteen mile from New - York. The fnrro contain a - bout one hundred acres of excellent land in good letrce. a large Darn and oilier contenieni om - buildina. a eood house two stories high, with four room on each floor, elesantiv situated on bank of the Eaat River ; the situation uncommonly healthy; the neighbourhood the most respectable ; abundance of Iruit of the beit (election ; scale and (bell fih in great variety taken belbre the toute. For further information applv the tubscriber on the premises. my 1 ra a I r.rHr.M B. HOft MAS. CITY COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, 3 ROOSEVlEl.T - STRKKT, BY ISAAC F. BRAGG. ' Late teacher of pctiinaufthip in the Adr.lphi school. riUK apartiueuts io this establishment are At - JL ted up with a superior degree of neatness. Young Ladies' Room, completely distinct Irom the oilier, it i heiievni will not merely ne found coinmodiou but comfortable and el? gant. A Drawing Master, of eminent qualifications, (recently from London.) i epgaged to give iu - rut t ion in that branch twice tu the week, tlis letrant collection of rpeciuims, in rare flowers, velvet naintincs, landscanei. etc. will eladlv be exhihittd to mh a may he pleased to call. the terms will be very moderate, and the exertions to render landscape draw iuss ic. inter esting, by the preparation of view exprettlv for school, and occasional practice Irom Mature, with clear illustrations of the rules of perspective, it is believed will insure encouragement. In arithmetic, the piiiirinnl Is determined to spre no pains to support the liixb character which ILe recent examination of hi pupils ha guen rise io. I ne mciuty wan wnicn complicated calculations were performed by many of hi dupiis. in the minn. wuimuianv am to inn me mory, however it may have inipreed with the idea of" getting by rote." a as the result of frequent practice alone, and prove that boys may tuught all the laciliUo winch are commonly rrtultor long practice in counting bouse, be fore they leave school. Applications (or the admission ol noys, will he received on or after the 1st of June, ngainit which tune iti intended to increase the accom modation. my 26 Im State nNtti York,n. S pursuance of a decretal order of the honorable the court of chancery of this state, hear d:te the filth day of June, 1818, will be sold public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House. (he city of N. York, under the direction of the subscriber, one of the mutters of the taidenurt, on M day nt July next, at IV e'clnck nt noon, that certain dwelling house and lot of ground ituale, lying and being in the city of New York, and which m a ccrtnm indenture made the se cond day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nine, between Richard llartthorne. JohnTitu. William U:irt( - horne, Thrtmiu Ustu U, JamciOndcrdonk, Mary Titus, Willimn Ustic.k, Jane llartthorne and Deliorah Onderdonk, ol the first pan, and Ed mund Eimendorr, of the cond p:rt, is described as follows, to wit : All that certain dwelling house and lot of ground, filiate, lying and being the second ward of thn city of New York, aud known and ciitiiugutheii by the number sixty nine William street ; which tiid lot is bounded front by William street, on the northwest side by the house and lot of ground now or formerly the property of David Johnson, on the southeast tide by the house and lot now or formerly Peter Rogart ; containing in breadth in front twenty five feet, in the rear twenty ti(,M feet ; depth on the khjIIi east side twenty one feet, and on the south twenty seven lect four and a half inches, be Die tame more or lest; together with all and ciugular ie hereditaments aud appurtenances to the same Monging or in any wise appertaining. Dated New Voik, June 9, IblU. P. (i. IIILURETU, Master in Chancery. J9 dls A dry Cellar, under the houe No. 29 Pum - street. Enquire of MR. SMEDE?, my 1 1 tf 134 1'earl - strcet. THE FINE ARTS. A MONGST the present numerous exhibitinns of this city. M. PAFF B'ttter hinitelf that the lovrrt of eentiine works of old matters, will find his CALLER Y OF PAINTINGS, No. tO Wall - street, worthy their attention, and present ing them at the smallest expense wiin tne mosi extensive eratification. H. a. Old painting repaired and restored io their original lustre, or purchased at their utroott value. my rllllE (ubscuber tor the better tccommo - JL dation of merchants and others, bai tlioutrlit proper to open a shop No. 99 Wash ington - street, next door to the corner nt llee - tor - street, where he intends carrying on the Plumbing Business in all its various branches N. B. Ileatill continues tu carry on the bu sinras at the old stand No, 342 Water - street All orders left at either place will be punclu ally attended to. je 12 2w CA1.KD S. B ROWER. TO liUILDERS. Or thote who mav with to erect three elegant builriimrt or lactones. T OT3. 77 f - et by !10. more or lets, with the 1J buildines thereon, in the centre of V'ctey - st can be purchased separate or together. An elerant LOT. with the Buildincs thereon 1 1 Bowery, 42 by 1?", more or less, near Chatham - sin el the whole on accommodating terms Apply at 33 Uhatbam now, near ueekman - st '1 be advertiser has three small mortgages to dispose of, on of $J.O00, one of $1000, one of gIZOO, all in this city Je 9 t ONT - A LTA For SALE or to i.r. I , and lv I immediate possession given, the beautiful place railed Mnot - Alla, seven wile from the City - Halt, on the North River, adjoining Lord Courtenay't. It contain 20 acre of land under improvement, with a large garden well stocked with veeetable a variety of fruit, with rvery convenience f"r a family. For term, which are vers reasonable, and if sold a lone credit 1 ven ifwanted. ipply to N. & D. TALCOTT, 64 SouUi - itreet. Je It I ANDERSON, at his manufactory, 5. Mai - den lane, ha on hind a tin's assortment of srt.ur.Mji.iis, In eold, tilvcr, Mated, tylt. steel aud tortoise shell Irimes, with convex, coo - cave, or green eyes. Alto, pehblet goggles for " eet, opera, reading find inagniiyipg irlias - T glasses se svnn gold or silver lor the sJiori sighted, hotanie al giassi - s, linen urovert. and luu I.rl.. . 7. - i t . i u (.imn id vaneiy. . A continues to manufactBre Canes io every variety, mnd has on l,afl .... .i,.,ni ment of sword and other Cams, mounted to suit i . 1 u.' w,0!r' and reuil discount Ubcr al to wholesale dnln. (Kr CA.XES and SPECTACLES made and io orucr new gUssts fitted to oW I iraaiet, and every attention paid to those who rr'j " sw.wcks. snyJOlui WHEAl'OJi'3 ITCH OINTMENT. a"M!E loos; and sacceMfal ate of this ointinent . is a satficient rec oin m erula tioo, a it ha been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its sta - 5es. - It is for sale in the city of New - York, by . A. ti W. R, Post, No. 41 Wiiliaa - street; I. U T. Clark, No. b5 Maidert - Lane ; U. li. Scbieffclm U Co. No. 193 Pearl - street: Lawrence & Ketse. No. 195 Pearl - street : Hull A Bowne, 140 Pearl street ; R. & L. Murray, 313 rean - itreei ; J. ai. craanurst, 3ii rean - itreei ; John i'eolord, Ro.41 letcher - streci : Lhirree. H Foe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 18b Ureeawicii - street ; John V. tuber, 100 Broad way ; Walter & Seaman, cornel of Chamber! and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in short it may be procured at most or the Drug More ia this city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Witlierell k Sons t George Harrell . North k Ro gers, and almost a'l the druggists in thepnuupal isvh in uie iaiitxi siaui. WHEATON'S JAUNDldE BITTERS mav oe nan at tite artove places. janzzem VAL.UAKLE RLfAL ES FOR cALE, lit THE CITT Of BBW - TOHK. li'IVE lots of ground on the west aide of Green' L wich - trtfei, between Vestry aud Detbro - sei streeis, 75 ty w. four ao in the rear oi the above, fronting on the east tide of Wahingtoo - treet, 25 by KO. Eight do in the block below, between Wash' ington aud West - streets. In Montfomerv Countv. 6000 acre of Land io Lawrence's purchase. near East Canada Creek, on the north side ol uie MoiiawM. In Franklin County. 15.162 arret of Laud, in the town of Mount Mom and Dayton. in Lsex county. 783? acres of Land in the town of Barry more. In the County of Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Casltrland. Chassanis Purchase. In Saratoga County. $600 acre in Palmer's purchase. Enquire ut the office of the tubscriber. 34 Ce dar - street. BEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 V BERGEN ORPHANS COlRT, Ol the Term of March, 1818. Catharine Schuyler, Administratrix, ic. r ol John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute, deceased. 'TMIK court order and direct, That Catharine JL Schuyler administratrix of the goods, chattels and credit of John A. schuyltr, deceased, give public notice to the creditors of the decedent to bring in their claims and demand against the estate of the aid decedent, on or before the first day of May, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and nineteen, by putting up notice to that effect in five of the most public place in the county of Bergen, for the space of two months, and advertising the same for the like spate of tune iu a newspaper printed and published in the state of New - Jersey, andiu a newspaper printed and published in the city of New - York. A true transcript from the record. rp 2R Sm JOHN A. bOVl). ur'gate. (s. SAUN UER'S PATENT RAOK STROP. You that wish to shave with ease, Buy oI'Sadhdxrs if you please ; Hi Razor Strop', peculiar such, That sharps the Razor with a tonch. Ci SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those J. v. bo hne not got his Patent. Razor Strop, to furnish themselves with hi new invented Razor Strop, and Metallic Compouliun. No gen tleiii.m who ouce make trial of one of the Strop now odeied, will ever try any oiiM - rs;hnd suchi their formation, that ever n much use will u i give Die razor that roundi:sa which render the best of U eni useless, and which is well known al ways to loiiuw the application of all those brber - to invented. The ubove strop are in general use in New York, and are distinguished from at! others. Bathers wbo have used them fay more in their praise than I can myself. ti. SAUNDERS, - 18 Wall - street. Also for sale, Razors, Soap, and every - utrn sil for Shaving, of the firtt quality, with a superior assortment of Perfumery, Hair - Powder, 4:c. from Smyth's, New Bond street, London. N. B. The most liberal allowance made to dealers. my 14 Tit I I T if.iS The eleeant 3 slorv house No. 7 Had son - street, which commands a pleasant view of the Park and river. 1 otsestiou may be cad in a few days. Also for sale, the furniture of said bouse. It is of the best uualily ; well fitted, and suitable to a genteel family. Apply a above. my 1 1 ti CL'JiLEU H XANUPACIOM, 76 Chatham - street. THE subscriber return hi thanks to the public for their former patronage in the lino of his profession, and hopes for their future support. He likewise informs them that be has on hand a constant supply of curled hair, manu factured expressly for matrasses, on an improved principle ; and likewise guarantees the hair sold by hi in to be free from any impure smell, being well scoured, boiled and baked, and being ma nufactured by machinery, has an advantage over anv other hair manufactured in America it? very texture and elasticity making it a savin; or; .... .... . twenty - five per tcntto the purchaser. WILLIAM JACKSON. N. B. Merchants and the trade in general will find it to their advantage to call at above. 30 Lalct of hair in itt rough slate ; G balet of long horse - tails ; 2000 llu of long hs'ur drawn 30 inches, clubbed ; COO dozen hair sieve bottoms. r or sale as above. my 5 2m TO LEASE OR FOR SALE, That elcgaul modern built Iumisc, situate at the corner of Sands aud Wat - hiu'ton streets, Brooklyn Its size it thirty - one feet front by fifty feet deep, iU rooms so arranged at to combine every cwvenierswfnr a jcuteel residence. It will be sold with two or more lots of ground, at the option of the purchaser. Terms, oue lourth ca?h, the re.t in such payments at will be most convenient to purchaser. Apply on the pre mists to C. BALL, mav - Z. tf 0 SALE, (Or exchanged for property in thin city i A ucat Country house in the vicinity ol Eli r .beth - towTj, (N. J.) beautifully situated on the pott - road ; al prcrtcnt in the occupation ol Ucu t.rnt. I. contains ei?lit rooms with a piazza in front and rear, a good kitchen, wash - house, milk - room, andceller, tliere is also, coach - liotise, stable for two horses, and otler convenient out buildings, all in good repair, about an acre of land, laid out in a handsome parden and orchard, which afford a variety of choice tiu it, asparagus, c. and a well ot ex rellent water, with a pusup. Terms will be made liberal. Apply to JACKSON ti WOOLLEY, . - 75 Wall street. Je 1 1m LV CHANCERY OF .VEH'JERSEY. Between Jacob Abranwe, Fieri Fcij.on Complainant, and John P. f Decree for Sale Decalitre and wife and EIus f of Mortgaged Knudinot, Defendants 1 Premise. IY virtue of the above slated euecutionto .JD me directed and delivered, I sbaH expon for sale, between the hours of twelve and fiv o'clock in the afternoon of SatuYdar the 27th of June hvst. at public vendue, (tt the Court House in Newark, Esx county, New - Jersey, thatcltjrant HOUSE ami l.ui,k.te theiesi rtence ol t.l John uecauire, iroiUing in Cliurcli Common. The above place exceed for elerance of situation and conveniruce of ouUbiiildinz;). eardeiu, fruit trees, Uc. every other place iu the town of Newark, ainl will be sold on the day alureaid wilirtmt further adjournment, by NAT1LAN SQLTER, MierifTof je 22 6t Coumy, N. Jersey TRAPS. rTlflEoew'r invented patent Boa Trap, for a 9 1 iat IA) Wttr - trevL . . Je U SWIFT - SURE MAIL - CO A CUES, roa'rniLiDXi.rHiA. ' ' "" ; xjra QSr Leave New - York iZSy' feveiy morning (Suoday'aex - Vj"TTw'ki - 1 cepted) at Bo'clock, and ar - Cra - iiAriT in Philadelphia next duv to dinner. The publick booses are good, and reasonable in their charges. The drive rs, horses and coach es are not inferior to any others now running oe tween these two citie. The beautiful country, and the excellence of the road on this rout, con' nected with the safety, comfort, end reasonable expence, are hcleived to be ilrong inducemenis to traveller in giving this line a decided prefer, ence. The itrictest attention will be observed hv the nronrietors in giving general atisfactinn All bafrnse and rjarkai:e will to at the risk ol the owner unless insured and receipted for bthe clerk of said office. Stage fare only $5, with a generous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to thrmselvet, by applying one day previous to itarting. for teat apply at Northern Hotel, No. ' Courtlandt - street, New - York. LYON, SONS, A CO. up t Proprietors. UNION LIN E - 7?4 FOR PHILADELPHIA. Twenty - live miles land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new post coaches $5 Oo good stages 4 50 Do 16recatle or deck passenger. 3 50 Connected by the (team boats olivz brakch and PHLi.UEi.pni.. The steam - boat Olive Branch will leave New York every day, Sunday's excepted, from the north side of the Battery, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. Pastenger will lodge at Trenton, and take the ttcum boat Philadelphia, to at to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, in time to take the Union Liue Baltimore tteaui boat. This hue ha a connection with the bet boat on the Delaware and I hesapeike to Norfolk; alto those of the North River and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated to cause little, if any delay. 'I his is ft tpeedy and certainly the most convenient route, as the. pattexgert will leave New - York a'ter the hank open, and arrive in Philadelphia before the hour of business, without fatigue in travelling or want of ileep, the land carriage being much lets than by any othur route between the two cities. For seats in the above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUF.S, At the Uninn Line Steam Bout Office, in Mar - kelfield street, noith ide of the Battery, lie - tween Greenwich and Washington streets, or to 'I he CA fTAlN on hohrd. fjr All good and baggage at the risk of the owner. ap 4 NO.I ICE. For the further accommo - rial ion of the public, the departure ol the Firefly from Mew - York and Ncwburgh will be in lulure on the lollowmg day: Leave New York on Monday, Wedneaday and Saturday, at9 A.M. Leave' Newburtjh on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at S A. M. The above arrangement will commenc e by the Firelly leavuig Newburgh im Sunday, the 24lh .May. The Western Stasc leave Newhnrgh imme diately after the arrival ol the Firefly. my ti NVhTU nivan STEAM - HOA IS. (7 - Ou the Uth of Mav, 153 TrVVvsJ running four timet a week, ttc - JtfTTfc as to uwa : A Bom will leitve New - York on Tueday, at A. M i Wednesday, nt 5 P. M. ; Friday, at 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 5 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 11th Mav, at 9 A. M. and the liichmond leavirg N.. York on Tuf t;!av. the l?tli at 9 A. M. The Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New burch. and return on Monday, Weduesday and Friday, at fi A.M. my 8 CASIOJT All BETBLRH KM SEW LIBE, VIA ffXW - BRFKS'Wir.ICj (T I'e srengers will irsve N'ew - York evtry Monday ind Friday, at 11 o'clock, . M. in the steam boat On e b'aich ; lodge at New Bnu swick ; leave there e.irlv next morning, and arrive at F.ailon t 4 o' lot k in ihe aftern on. Retuinice. leave Eaiton every Tui tdav and Friday, at 5 o'clock, A. M , lodge at New Brunswick ; arrive at New York at 10 o'clock next morning, in the team - bont Olive Brunch. The stac connected with this line i a good four - bore tbgt. i'us'age Irom i. rJrunswielc lor.aimn, ; from Easton to B:thlehem, 75 cents. For seats n the abov e hne.aDClv to WM. B. JAQUEo, at the Philadelphia Union Line Steam - Boat Oflke, north title oi the bM'ery. KOHEKT L.t,t sui, rroprietor. Jel3tf FOR PHILADELPHIA, Via F.LIZA BETti - TOIVN POINT. - - i nSi.nll POST - COACH LINK, Through in a day and by day - light, EAVES New - York in the steam - boat Ata - lanta, from the foot of Whitehall - street, near the Battery, at 5 o'clork, A. M. Enquire at No. 1 Courl'landt - slrecl and No. 53 Whitehall - street, at which place seats may be taken. Je20 tf FOURTH JULY JUBILEE. BOOTHS. Places for erecting Booths at tlie Park and Bowling Green the 4th July next. will he assigned on Thursday the 18th inslant, at the rity - hall, between the hours of C and 10 in the lorcnoon. 1 hose persons w ho occupied then. last year will have the preference, if applied for until r ndav the 20th instant. Je lb HOARD V LOIH.INO. 1WO or three gentlemen may he accommo. . dated with senteel hoard anil Inricins upon reasonable Urms, by applying at No. SI Wall street. je ly iw FOR SALE. NUMBER of cleeant, curved, white free stone Mantles and Jambs ; may be teen at vn .w lurrav street. Jeutltl BOARDING. Gentlemen and families, can be accommodated with genteel board, at 166 Greenwich, corner of Dev - street. where every attention will be paid, and their situ stion made spreeable. je 14 2w MEDICAL AID. DR. CORN WELL, who is a member of the Corporation of sureeoiit of London, and vrhd hat had mnch exreriem e in the line of his proitstion f r more than twenty years, haa lately arrived in this" city, and leing well apprised of the erent truth I u.e it generally tjkel to introduce a medical gentleman ititq practice in the common reserved way, takes this method to inform the puhlic, thst he has taacn tne situation, No. WATER - STREET. corner of D'jver - ttreet his door in Dover - ttreet hit name on the door In tisn, a Mortar where be will be found ready to wait on those that plfK; to pply for hit medical aid, in the different branches of surgery, and the practice 01 mysic gen rsrny. As, also, in ail cns of imrotency, andarer tain complaint, incident to uoth sex, in which he has bad treat, very erent. experience in the car. - of thousands, without one hours detention from business, or change nf diet, cr a possible oisovery ny tne timi innmnie ineo - l. ffj - And in all cases of confident , the great et serrwy will be atnrtly observed. He bits rtosliopman, or any persot ia partnership with nrm. N. R. Atlddanre will he given to patient iif.msun - riss aaiu 110 l 10 s u ui eivuiu. THE SOUffD STEAM BOA T - UXE. The proprietors, wi'h a view of accommodating the r public, bytxlendiug the line I to Norwich, intend making the experiment with the Fulton, Copt. Law,aiid this route (if found practicable) will be continued tturine the season. k The line will ia future be from New - York to Norwich, a fallow : The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - York every Mwutuir, H'tdnttday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in th morning, for New - Haven. The fultoa, Copt. Law, will leave Nonnch at 6 o'clock ia the morning of the same day, touch at New - London and depart from thence for New - llaxm at li o'clock. The boats will meet at New - liar en, and depart from thence every Monday, tl'idnrt - iau and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening - tthe Connecticut for New - York, and the Fulton for V I J. . - .1 Kr . I. t ' AVtr - .onrfnn and Novirieh Ull I f STEAM BOAT NAUTILUS. The steam boat NAUTI LUS will hereafter run as inllowa. jtvrent on sun - irt arWitii - Mir LKAVK CEW - T0RK, At 5 o'clock in the forenoon, 8 do do 11 do do . 2 o'clock in the afternoon. S do .do LKAVK STATEIf ISLAKO, At 1 - 2 past 6 iu the forenoon, l - past 9 do 1 - 2 past 12 in the afternoon 3 o'clork do 1 - 2 past 6 do . OR iCHDAYS LKAVB HKVV - IORK, At 5 o'clock in the morning, 10 do do 1 o'clock in the afternoon, 4 do do LEAVF STATES ISLAND, At H o'clock in the forenoon, 1 - 2 past II o'clock do 1 - 2 past 2 o'clock in the afternoon, 7 o'clock do Passengers to the Narrows and Bath will, for the present, be taken down on Sunday morning, in the 10 o'clork boat, and be called for about half past 5 o'clock in the evening. I lie fare to Staten Island will be 25 cents, and to Bath aud the Narrows, 50 cent. Children half price. The NAUTILUS it a new boat of great speed in firve order, with good accommodations ; and it propelled on the Livingston and Fulton plan. On a couut of the plrb'buinest of l.rr tour, the advantages of Sea Bathing at the placet she visits, the variety and benuty of the prospects they ntford, the cheapness of the fare, and the excellence of the reirtl,nients and accommudations on board, excursion iiithc Nauti.u for pleasure or business, will be found expeditious, agreeuble and healthful. A she i fitted for the transportation of Horses and Carriages, and the wharves abd floats at New - York, Staten - Island and tlie Horse - Boat Ferry at the Blazing Star, prepared for sate and commodiout embarking and landing travellers in Ihe Post Chaises, or in private enr - ringes between New - York and Philadelphia. Trenton, Princeton, New Brunswick, or Wood - bridge, will find the route by the Nautilus and the Turnpikes across Staten - lsfnnd to Ncw - Urunswick, the shortest, cheapest aud most pleasant that can be selected. JOHN DEFOREST, Captain. talen - Mand, V7(h May, 1818. my v'J I in .: hi, h and t an a m ail - siao. THRF.R TIM KB A WF.V.K. EAVES Newhnrgh eve ry Sunday, I ueaday, and Thursday mornings, ul lurer o'clock, tuns tliroui - h .Mi'iitgr nury, Bloomingburgh, Moulii.e llo, by rt'i.ite Luke, Cohe ton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owea, ltliica, aud Ge neva, toLanandaigua. Retuininp leaves Canamlaigiia every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings al three o'clock, and arrives at Nevvbiirgh, the third day in lime to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - York the following morning. Xj ' "wy be expert) d that al all times trhen the steam - boats alter their days if naming, thai this lint iriil alter to as ta meet them. The whole route will he perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and from the first ot November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four (lays and from the 15'Ji December, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York an l run from thence to Canandaiua in four days. J Passengers travelling from New - 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. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages i good horses, and careful snd experienced drivers. Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the slate. (TT PAKE trom iNewburgo. to uananaaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the same line rum three imes a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owego Tiorf Point; thence through Newtown and Painieu Post, to Bath, SiC. . BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloomingburgh.l E. C. St. John. Mount Pleasant. I L. ti R. Manning, Chenango, tProprie - Luther Gere, Ithica, ' I tors. Samuel Grecnliff, Geneva, Oliver I'hdps Laming, mh 14 d6m EASTON MAIL STAGE, THROUGH 111 1 DAT. THHKK TIM KB A WEEK 02r Ihe proprietor aek iwledge with gratitude the icouragement they have ',4 - " - wiieretofure received .in this m r J inc. an 1 ale uiereiure iikihcku iu espcune tlie travelling on this route; and in order to accomplish it, have provided tliemslvcs with four changes ol horses, which are placed at e - qiialdistanccson the route. It will leave White's Hotel, r.aston, evtry monnay, tveanesuay, and Friday, at 4 o'clock in the rnrrning, arrive at Elitaheth Town Point in lima to take the lalcam boat Atalanta, at 5 o'cloe k. Leave New York at 5 o'clock, every I uesuay. 1 hursdav and Saturday, and arrive at Easton early in the evening; lare inrougn nve dollars, and a gene' rous allowance of baggage, gratis. As this itage pastes near the cnletiraied springs on cchooley' Mountain, passengers taking this line will he carried to the springs without any extra charge t he proprietors pieiige mat nothing shall be wanting on their part Io make this a pleasant route. The drivers are careful and arcrmmoda - tins. For seats, apply to James Patten. Court - land stre et, or on board the AUiunta, and While's Hotel, Easton. I. Z. & J. DRAKE. Chester, June 20 Je 20 Ira NOTICE. 05" Steam Boat Olive rJHAitcn will rail ever? Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round 'staten Island, and occasion allv.niiie wiii.l and tide will, permit, to tlie hook. '1 his beautiful sail will contribute both to h - alth end pleasure, and is as cheap a recreation as can be found. Parties who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, give in their names tlie day preceding, at the in Market fie Id street, north side ot the Bat' lery. .. , I tinner on board, at the usual price. Passage 8s children h. If price. my 13tf THE STEAM BOAT ATA LANTA, (Oil ELIZABETI11 OWN POINT, T EAVES N. York each r JLi dav, Sundays except' v - i - .hI. from tM ,xit of White h.ul Mrect near Ihe flattery, at 6 o'clock and. 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. ; leaves tJiza belhtuwn Point iUt o'cloc k A. M. and half past i IS o'clock ond Hall plrt 4 0'cl.vK IV.u. t JeiO tf A tiKtrallg pibhe kaew aaw to' utiz. uih u ., - tweeo thing that differ. . , DOCTOR HORNE,raierv .of the city of Lcodnn. aa member of the faculty of nhvsia anil inrmn 1,. I - r - ' - 'J wiifucniiiugiini, ty to reat some ooservations h the abuse of MERCURYT a rash, indiscriminate, and iukw&U - fied use thereof, tas been produc - tivo of infinite mischief. Te,n. amis are annually Biercnrialiied out of exi l. ere. The disease we have jn view owe iu f. Ul rerult. cluedyto this source. Whata pi y hat a young miuf, the hopes of hi. country, an' the darurig oft,, parenla, should be snitched la way from all the prospect and enjoyments of hi. by the consequences of one nngaarded moment! and ty a disease not in its own nature fataL rU wliichonly.provessofrora neglect or sranroiwi treatment." A gonlleniar, (late Dr. iKn, tierrt) now perfectly heary and well, had bees under physicians of gencij practice, aix yearZ and re atediysalivat,d; when recouended U Dr. 11. (by a gentleman of this city) LU D0B " were carious, and his flesh dropping from tben ' his friends declared he could not potubly suniv t wo inontlis longer. " Thomandt experiuentall. know wrth what ease and safety Dr. H. eradi. ctes the severest cases, and confirms tlie contti tution. The Doctor's plan (advertising) i, ctssary to guard the public against the iarjiue si n ercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth Persons therefore, having contracted a tJril vate disorder, or susiiectkg latent poiton, admonivhed not t tamer with their conttita - tion, or conceal the disorder, till past rscovs ry ; others having the rtnuiim i f ao old cast! or oilier iiopuritis of the blood, as well u otE er coinplainU of a delicate nature, ia eitftt. tex. should remember posterity, and do jut'ict to their i conseienccs,'by making am.iJc.ii, to Dr. H. at bis old and respectable establishment, No. 64 Water - ttreet, four houses west of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance a lone calculated to prevent disclosure. And her let ait claim your crioas attentionRememi,., a superficial cure is no cure at all r uni... .i. t ' tine - sit radically dune, you will certainly hm the disorder break out again with redoubled m fifnity, at tome future period ; pcrhap then wdl be too late for remedy. Don't yon often meet i. the itreet miserable, mutilated beings, without even a bit of note oo their face i Taie warn ne I beseech you. warning, Dr. H. character for skill and stubborn' iuts - gn!y being universally known in this city, tine 1804, guarantee to patient that delicacy and tt - crery hitherto unknown, and having confined Ins practice forvears past, exclusively to the cure ol diseases of the blood system, thev mav sairl v . L culate on tlie most decided advantages incoa - ta lee 1 1 eradicated In tw or three weeks. ......... w V o TT I withoul bougies cr any otk - id nil debilities ; likewise all cinctures removed er instrument ; am' ld ulcerations, listula't 4a. A plurality of otUces are prorided, and so sitt - ded that patients are not exposed to each other' ihservatioo. 0en till half past 9 in the evening. All persons concerned are invited to be free ia ailing, and speaking with Dr. II. vthirh is Irt. of coil. And here the Doctor cannot avoid tl a sspressinn of gratitudejbr innumerable recom - mi ndutmna, aud for tliedccided preierencc (il it prc'iiincd with just cause) long given Iuia by a judicious public. in. n. aii icriersmusx oe post paid. Dr. Burhauun. - Augt7 lv NLlititAi liUsiCKt.RY NOR IMtfjSl - nR. EVAN.S' supcri mt;thod of curing a certain 1'iseair, isnowunivr salltf arknrttfcbi..fl 4n Sh. iVJL 1 city ; his mode of treatment is perlectly uuld, sate, tt - CP r01"0"! and hitciiargii reasonable, in every u .. L . i jEjtr jjy T i 45 . warrants a car, sVj t"t.y i vl ,uu W,L' return me payitne - iilot,t Bnt rerfona agreeable Mto contract. H'liA iirsitaf inf - rnrt tkltartavst lmm J - - - 1IIU . " J mw.iT, aj m UPK M I here are many persons in (hi city and it vi - Hill V, IHUUIIU5 Hliwci tum.w I.UIUIUI. UtBVIM urh a cancers, old inveterate alcera, scromra or kings evil, fistafaa, diseaaws of trwr trretftra, madder ana KioaieB, wu iuw) vwiupiiuif ofa certain nAtairK, bilios and other ohttmc - tiont, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider incu - rablc, they car, certainly be rjired On genera!) hy applying at vr. r.nniJ - o ineaic&i o;ore, i0 1 ecn - iiiu, u 1115 .iiini in caccusiTti hospitals in Europe IS years, tinder tome of tb first Surgeon and Physicians, in the world, mi mude thota obstinate (fisease hit constant study for 30 rears. Oct If riT The tubscriber haviDg recently returo4 from England with an important improvement on the artificial spring LLt, he take thi method of informing hit friend and the public, that all tliote who are ao uulortunate as to be In want a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap - lying at Ao. 77 Barclay - street, IS ew - York. - Janf2 WM. TURV1S. jya:f dressing room. AFRUMEiVTO, No. 1 Wall - treet,Jot re - . turned from Italv. Iiat the honour to inform tbe gentlemen, that he cut and dresses hair ia the latest style, and in a manner so at to adopt it to the phisingnomy. He has for sale a naanti - ty of RAZORS of tbe first quality, if they do not please on trial, tbe purchasers aie at liberty to return them, and receive the money. He has likewise procured a very fine hone, and engages lo lestore razors to a very keen edge and should they not cat he will receive no recompeoce. Those gentlemen who may please to honor him with their patronage, may depend bo the most . : k - . 1 f. .1 - n puptieuiar auu I c yr tiui Frumento has iust received a few setts of the celebrated Manguim False Bark Razors, war ranted of Damascus tteel or a superior quuny. Amateur may (have themselves luxuriously. .Al. R f;ntlomen who auhacrihe hv the Quar ter will have their razors, ic kept exclusively for themselves. . , P. S. A good journeyman wanted. Appiy as above. ' mh 6 AOJISTAT spryof diet) Beavei Bat's fiesh from the rns - pufactoiy, w'J ble for the oatb - ern market, and packed at the shortest notice, 3! WILSON'S, 160 Broadway. may 27 ELEGANT PIANO OKIt - JOS. WILSON, 14 Maiden - Lane, to - J""1 reived by the Venus, a Iori"OT,"'.e'2 excellent Piano Fortes Patnrit Flutes, Flap lets, &c. manufactured expressly for him 67", menli & Co. London. Also, Piano I orte Struig io sts , new music, and every article in tne "'"j sieal line ; instruments taken in exchs. - ei tuners provided. gyi. NEW - YORK: , PRINTED AND PUBLISHED . MICHAEL BVRNUAMk CO. No. 49 WiLuan - aTRKET oprot " Bask CoFFSS - Hpcis. .

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