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SeuilUTH VitlrietcJXtK - York, tt. BE it RmnUxRd, that on Uie twenty tointh day of August, ia the fcrty second year of, J L. 8. of Assenca, Dauitl L. Ardeft, of the - v - w ' laid district, hiih deimtited in thit office the titkUatjook, the right whereeif he claims as proprietor, ia the words and figures following, to wit ; Reading marie easy or, Dew guide to pelting nd readwig ; in four parti, lit, coo tain - luff 6ruM alphahcu,' and nearly two hundred iicUir6aad reading lcsons, by regular grada - ' Uot j, irom the moit easy to the difficult, and in . hurt Uie word are divided and accented, ac cordis to tbe purest pronunciation. Id. a voca bulary of wordt. Many alike in found, but dif - frenf in spelliug and signification. 3d, lessons in reading and reciting. . 4th, outline! or geo graphy; a sketch of grammar ; abbreviations , , arithmetical tablet;, and prayer for the eseol cnoot. 1 be whole rendered pleating oa'a '' iTertiv hy otat aud appropriate cat. Bj Wil l.m IJSI! - A M r In conformity to the act ofcongreii of the Uni - ted Slates, emrtcd aa act lor ine encouragc - mentor learning, hy securing iiiecopietoi may, Charts and books to thaeuthora and proprietors w of such copie. during the limes theww meeuon - , d," and alio to aa - ecl entitled " an art supplementary to aa act, entitled.na act lortbe eocou - rngenitiit of learning by aecanng tba Whoi ' ,T.,. rh.ri.annihfink to tii authors and pro - ' prietorsof inch copies, during the liiue therein snentiooed, and extending the benefit Uiereotto sae ini oiuBigun, - . - o - toncal and tr print. , v . Clerk of tbe wuthem dutrict of few York. J8d4w .. . . r - JV&IV MVMC V - TLTiTpnU' andSale at WILLIAM J DU HOIS' piano fort aaJ music itore, No. , j3 fjroail way, " " ' ' - Thiu am I my faithful fair ; the eoklicr' bride i ",. aaJ from childhood' dawn to Oooo of youth at - ' tiung hy Mr. Philipp. 5 . m .Ah can I a'er forget thc lota The celebrateU echo song r ' .' ', Thio?piratioo,'racred melody " ; The Salon ah", with variation?, hy Cramer i V Haydn' celebrated coouoet, My motlier bid , metrindmyqaif, aaoodo - v , ' ' . v - Twenty - fowcat for yoanj performer, by Ji. B.CbaUoner - ," - V i' The 6aie Coboorg waltj, wUh miatiou The Sophia Walti ' - ' " Tii torm rondo; by Steibelt " ' Jti h - : TOBUlLUtHS, , Of thote who may with to erect three elegant '). - ,. .'t'' building or lactorie. ,. LOTS, T7 fret by 80, more or leu, with the baildinn thereon, in the centre of Vewy - t. can he purchased leparate or together. .' Jv.,r. - ALSO. ' An extant LOT, with the Building! thereon, 1 1 Bowery, 42 by 2i, more or lea, near Chat - " ham trtet - tb hole on accommodating termi Apply at 33 Chatham Row, near Beekmao - at ' . rh advertiwr ha thre tmall luortiaee to di'poie of, one of J3.000, one of $1000, 4ie of f lW, all in ini tuy . . . - . je v May 18, IBIS. ARCHITECTS of rcience and eiperience are invited to exhibit to the Board of Directors on, or before the lit day of August next, appropriate deiigas and clevatioos for a Banking Home to be erected on the scite purchased Aw tliatournore, bounded on the north by Chesnut, and on tbe south by Library - slreetr, containing rne hundred and fifty one feet in width east and wL and two hundred and twenty five feet in dDth. north and touth. . The ground plan will include an area of about lea er eleven thousand square feet in a rectangu - W tizure of euual or unequal sides, a mny be Ust adaDled to the interior arret cement. The building will be faced With marble, and have a portico on eaeh front, resting upon a basement or platform of such altitude as will combine con - r .... s i : - . .l . r vemence oj ascent wiui uu yivpoi uuu uu . fc. , . la this edifice, the director are detirou of ex - lubijing a chaste imiUttioa of Grecian architect tur in its simplest aud least expensive form. Five hundred dollar will be paid for that de rign which thall be approved, and two hundred dollars for the next beet specimen. By order of the board of directors JONA. SMITH, Cashier, may 14 tawtlA ' The subscriber offere for vale his reri Ciliidence ia the town of Fa'rfield, state ol Connecticut. It i pleasantly situated, on the Boston road, about half a mile from Lone Island Sound. 63 miles from New York, and 20 from New Haven. The house aud out - houses are in e xcelient repair. The fruit T is well str - c ked with a variety or peactK - s, apricots, chernci win and strawberries. There are in the vici&i ty academies for the education of youth of bold f im. From one to six acres of excellent land. t the optien of the purchaser, can be hid with the houie. and the purchase moner. if dt - sirtd, can remain on interest. For term ripply to ISAAC M. ELY. Eq. 76 John street, N. York, or to tbe Hon. JONATHAN 31 URtitS, Fair field, Connecticut. , . - ' my 6. Ill DAVID ELY. - IIAWS .1NJ I - MLIUUS FILLS. THICH have been attended with a degree , W of lucttss highly grateful to the Invent - m' feelings, ia several part of the West Indies, and the Southern and Middle States, pnrticular - ly m New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, vc. The operation of these pills are perfectly mild, so a to be wed by person iu every situation and ol every age. , They are excellently adapted to carry of iu pernous out, ana prevent us mornia secrenom to restore and ameod the appetite; to produce free perspiration, and thereby prevent coldt which are often of fatal consecieoce. A doi - never fails o remove a cold, ifukenon it first aDneurance. Tbev are an infatlib'e preventive Ol Bilious and Malignant Fever, and should be procured lor use, by every teaman and traveller. Prepared and sold at LLrS Medicine Store, No. 4G Maiden Lane. Druggists and country store keepers supplied on literal terms. my lb JOHN HEWITT, still resides at No. 242 Water street, where he has a very handsome and fashionable assortment of Cabinet Furniture on hand, which he will warrant to be of the first quality, tie solicit nis new lorn and southern trieads to give hira a call, as he flutter himself they will uot be disappointed. Orders executed at the shortest notice. Je ti tf FROa PECTUS row rcBLisnmo by tcBscRir - rio.f - A MAP OF MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. f IM1E publication of thi Map ha been under - JL taken with the impression, that it will exhibit inf ormation, highly interesting at this eventful crisis, and the valuable Map which tbe au thor ha procured, durinr hii several tour through Mexico, in the .years 1806, 1807. 1812, 1813, 1815, 1816, and 1817. induce him to belertethat tne nan, with even all its imperfection, will oe much the most perfect which ba appeared before tbe public. This Man will contain the latest and best in formation from the discoveries and poMessions of the American, Spanish, Russian, British and French travellers and navigator and representing the claims of their respective governments oa the Northwestern The Map will include that portion of North America, which lies between the Isthmus of Dance, and the 48th de'ree nf Nnrth I .,it.lu ..nd from the Missisiippi River westwardly tothe Pacific Ocean. la size the Map will be about six by five feet, ". " projeeteu on scale of 40 railrs tn ue men, 10 oe delivered to the subscribers at (if. ieen uuiiatt Ren. Natches. Mnrch7, 1818. ap7ttul 1 II u i i - a l I A t or SALE or to LKT. .n.i lv JL iinn,ediate tesiion given, the beautiful I. caiiei nioni - Aiia, sevea miles from the CMy.lIall.oa (he North River, adioinifl - lnt Courtrnay s. It eootains 20 acres of land aoder lmproreme'it, with a large garden well stocked with vetaUes a variety of fruit, with every inches, t or lit i and of peri, to ent lind all airy can r JL of open the left art " cooveaieoce for a (amilv. , For terms, which are very reasonable, and if sold a long credit given if wanted. pp!y to N. b D. TALCOTT, MAHOGANY SOFAS. CHAIR AM) CAM - - NET FURNITUriL, ' THE subscriber begs lea. to. return hit n - . X cere thanki to those ladie and geaUemea who have bet kind enoegb to honor him with their commands, and to Inform tnesn. niirers of handsome furniture ia general, that, he bai oa hand tome very elegant sofas, chair, card, Pembroke and extending Pf"u I - , bles, grand sideboard, inlaid with lugh polished ornamental bra - work and roe - wood, card ta - blet ta match. Grecian couche, tofai, Cbaiw lounge, maiic tool, chair. Ac; lo, a u - braryitepcbair, the utility of which be parUcw - lartv recommeail. V ,.'A j All furuiture warranted of the hett quality and workmaaibJp,and of tha oeweu European ..nifl tiiur nart of the anion to an drawinr, oa the aot reaionaDie wrmi . VIUC' - s I punctuality rorcatu. - Ladir or gentJetncB baring fancy wood, may . . r a . bave uicro manuiaciureu m uoj Mrt Wiih, by applying a aboe. . m mr 30 Zm - A. M. n I wwu. . . tOK SALE, A home and farm on Throe' Keck, in ilia town and countr of Werbeter. fourteen miU - i from New - York. The farm contain a - nout one hundred acre of excellent land in good uinr. a larere cam ana oiner couvrnieoi out - hailiiinr. a rood honte two (lorie hieh. with Inur room on each floor, elrg&ntjy ituatedon the hank of the ait lUver ; the tiluatioa uncommonly healthy ; the neifihbourhopd the mot rf f pectable ; abundance of fruit 61 the beit tclec - lion : t - ale and (bell 6 - h in great variety taken Itefoie tbe home. For further miorniation apply tothe luhicriberon the premiie. my I Tin rr.rHK.l K. Htlr niAJi. KOUKtll JULY JUBILKt;. BOOTHS. - I'lare for erecting Booth at the Fnrk and Bowlins Green the 4th Jul next. will le am'gncd on Thursday the 18th imtant, at Hie r.itv - hall, between the hour of II and 10 in the forenoon. Tb"e ei ton who occupied them Uit year will have the preference, if applied for until Friday the 26th in1 ant. . Jel6 CURLED HA III MAAUt.iCTVRYt T8 Chatham - street. frillE subscriber returns his thanks tothe Je. public for their lormrr patronage in tbe line of hi profession, and hope for their future nipport. Ho likewise iuforms them that he has oa band a constant supply of curled hair, manu factured expressly tor watrasser, on an improved principle i and likewise guarantees the hair sold by hira to be free from any impure smell, being well scoured, boiled and baked, and btins ma nufactured by machinery, hat an advantage over any other hair manufactured in America it very texture and elasticity making it a laving of iweuiy - ure per cent to the purcuarer. WILLI A. M JACKSON. MY D. Merchant and the trade in eeneral will and it to their advantage to call as above. lia bales ol hair in its rough state l 6 bale ol long horse - tails ; 2000 lb of long hair drawn 30 clubbed ; 600 dozen hair sieve bottoms. tale as aliove. my 5 Sin TAMMANY HALL. THE copartnership, heretofore existing between (ABRAHAM U. MART LI Mi and WI.XIAM B. COZZtNS, was dissolved on the ot April last, tiy niula .1 consent. 1 lie estab lishment will be continued by the subscriber. ne situation of I AM.iA3i HALL is pro - alilv unrivalled in this cilv facinc the Park the City Hail, and within a minute walk the Theatre, Academy of (lie Fiue Arts, Museum, Sic. It presents inducement for air, pros - convenience and accommodation, in I e nor none in this citv. Travellers frctn the differ states in the union, and from this state, will nt I'nruranny tlall a lunler well stocked witli the dolirncies of the season, choice Winer, Bed Chambers, and every convenience that be expected, and en tbe most moderate terms. Je 1 1 Ira WM B. COZZFNS. xxiiibitiom or TH ri3 ARTS, COLUMBIAN PICTURE GALLERY. Ab. 140 Fullon - ilretl, near Broadirou. II HE proprietor of this valuable and exten - live cnllectiou of ictures, embraces the opportunity ol uilbrming connoisseurs and ama leurs ol (he fine arts, and the eniighteucd public New - York, that the gallery will in future be from 8 in the morning till half past 10 at night. From 0 in the evening to half past 10, galUry is brilliantly lighted up, and the admission only 4J cents j These pictures have been collected, at the ex - peore of 25000 dollart, and are alUwsd, by the judges, to be tbe finest specimens of the ever exhibited in the United States, being gems, selected with peculiar rare, from the va rious cabinets in Home, Naples rlorence, Am sterdam, Paris and London, and the works of the most approved painters, both ol the ancient and modern schools, and are undoubtedly originals. Artists, ladiei or gentlemen, will Is entitled to I'.udy, or copy uy of the pictures by becoming subscribers. Indies or gentlemen, ho have subscribed one dollar, on paying another, will be cooMuereU subscribers for Uie aeawn. frr" Admittance, for the div and evening, 50 cents ; for a month, $ ; for tho reason, $2 ta lalogucs included. Jev4 Ira TO LE l A counting Room, in the mort central part of Pearl - street. Fur particulars emjuire at 197, up stair. Je5 t'ATLNT BUG DKS1 ROYLNO LIOUID. A CERTAIN and uever failing poison for bed bugs. It willexterminate them at using, without staining the furniture, or being accom nanied with tliat disaereeable smell usually at tendinis the application of other poisons. For side in bottles, at 4s. each, at P. DICKIE'S Medicine Store, Broudway. N. B. A large assortment ot genuine Drugs and warranted patent Medicine - , for sale a a hove. Je 19 Im CLASSICAL SF.M1.V.IRY. 112 Greeuwich st iAIR. GRAHAM purposes to admit 4 hoard IV A er into his seminary, for whom suitable accommodations have been provided. Young gentlemen ofroiu 9 to 12 years of age would be - r i . 'r. , .. : II ik. A nr complete classical education, acrotnpanied at proper intervals wun instructions in jrnnnieiic, Aigttirn, uigiisn uraaimar, ueoe;rapiiy,iiiiory, F.tocutioa and ComDoiitiun. The English stu die are so judiciously interwoven witb the clas sical, as io occasion a more rapid ana uiorougn acquaintance with the classical authors. I liey also prove a relief from trie drudgery oi consiani ltin and Greek Recitation. 1 his method has the further advantage of ihapiog the child's edu cation to meet the parent's wishes, should he (as is not uncommon) direct hi attention from the college to tbe counting house. An experience of three year ha coourmeu i r. o. in tne utility oi uu piao ;ann ne na ii in nis power io suew inai it has not been less satisfactory to others thau himself. Jc To lit MILLINERY. &c. TOH.1 WINTRINGHAM. Milliner. No. 123 J WilLam - st. respectfully informs hi friends and the merchants in general, tnat ne nas naovea hmm No. 117 Wi ham - street, to the above lo. where be CRIMPS Satin, Muslins, rg boons, Crape, ftc. at the shortest notice and lowest price. Alto, c aocy, iace, sauio, ana vrape Trinimirur. He baa constantly on n.in'l, split straw, and Leghorn hats, turbans, turban fronts, colle - rets, Ac. One case superfine whit chips, just Imported and lor sal by the dozen or single. - irn .store No. 1 17 V tUiam - street to let, and a number of glass cases for sale. Je8 Im ' HARMONEY GARDEN. 576 B4xK.y. ,f ARIU8 GALI respectfully informs hi menrtt and tU ribhc ia general, that be lift! Atmuil l.d 1 - . . . , ... 1 mirm. woe re lie w have constantl ukimi I. i" u III . , , V I ' I.III . . lllltlL Wine and Cardiikii. kit - r,i. ki . w ws uii uuuin y . .uu hope, by anwearied attention to mem Uie appro - bation of those who will faro him with their company. je w 6l it ia be . ses the ' near the , . dar ' the to the i (1 to id ol or . wntiATO - vancH ointmot. ntllKloiur and luccewful use of thi ointment J. it a iuilrkot recommendation, at it has beea found to be a pleasant, aw and certain te - nsedv for that disaereeable disease ta all it t - Je. It i for ill mi tbe city of New York, by . A. to VT. R. fost, tio. 41 William - street; I. T. Clark, So. ba Maidea - Lan II. II - Scbitfftlin i Co. No. 193 t'earl ilreet : Lawrence & KeeM, No. 185 Pearl - street ; Hull k Bowoe, 146 Pearl afreet ; A. At L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street : J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Peart - street ; Joha Peoford, No. 4 Fletcher - street ; Duryee & Poe, ia fearl - itreet: John C. Morritoii, IBS Greenwich - street; John P. Fifher, 106 iiroad - war i Walter ti Seaman, cornel of Chamber - st sod Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and short it may be procured at most of the Urag More ia this.city Also in Philadelphia, of b. Witherell A Sbo t George Hanell .North & Ro - sei, and almost all the druggist in the principal (own iu tlia United States. , WHEATO.V3 J AUK "itiE BITTFRS mnj bad at the above places. ,jaa ti 6m VALUABLE KLAL ta FOR bALK, lit THB CITV OF IKW - TORK. 1?IVE lot of ground on the west side of Green - .wich - ttreet, between Vestry and Desbro - - streels, S5 by U0. rour no ui ice rear el me aoove, tronting on east tide of Washington - street, 25 by t0. tiuki .1.. ii... Li u... f 'i. bi(m uu in iu, vuv WIUW UClWCCn IVUIII - ngton and Weit - streeti . In Montgomery County. 6000 acre of Laud iu Lawrence' purchase, hast Canada Creek, on the north tide ot Moliuwk. In Franklin County. 15.16? arresof Land, in tha towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. In Lssex County. 783? acre of Land in the town of Barrymore. In (he County of Lewis. 1230 acre of land iu Caiterlaod, Chasianii Purchase. In Saratoga County. COO acres in Palmer's purchase. Lnouire at tlieoiBte of the subscriber. 34 Ce - street. BEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf BfcKGtN ORfllANs luUKT. Of the Term of March, 1C13. Catharine Schuyler, Administnitrix Ac. f ol John A. Schuyler Rn!e, under Statute, deceased. V PIIE court order and direct, Tbat Catharine J. Schuyler adminiatratrix of the goods, chattels and credits of John A. Schuyler, deceased, stive public notice to the creditors of the decedent to bring in their claim and demand against estate ol the said decedent, on or before the first day of May, in the year of our Lord eighteen huudred and nineteen, by putting up notices thateflect in (he of the most public places in county of Bergen, for the spare of two months, and advertising the same for the like space of time in a newspaper printed and pub - usneu in me state oi new - Jersey, and in a news - paper printed and publuhc - d in the city of New - oix. a true trnnscript irotn in recoro. np 2.1 2m JOHN A. BOYD.Sur'itate. U.SAU.NDER'S PATEN I' RAZOR bTROP. You that wiih to shave with eare, Buy of Sadroers if you please ; Hit Razor Strop's, pt - culiur such, That thnrnsthe Razor withatouch. SAUNDERS reri - ectiully solicit those 7. who have not got nis Patent Razor Strop, furnish themselves with hi new invented Razor Strop, and Metallic Compoiitiun. An gentleman who owe makes trial of one of the Stioui now offered, will eicrlry any otheri;and sucbii r l - n . uieir luriii limn, inai eier so ID urn use wm noi give the rnzors that roiinduest uhirb renders the best of thcio useless, and which is well known al ways to lollow the application of all those hitherto invented. 'I be above strop are in general ue in New Y - rk, and are distinsuiilied from all others. Bathers who have used them say more uiiueir prone man I can toy sen. G. SAUNDERS, 18 Wall - street. Also for snle, Raxori, Soap, and every uten lor Shaving, of the first oualitr. with a tune. riorasaoi tine ut of Perfumery, Hair - Powdtr,tc. from Smvth's. New Bond street. London. N. B. The most liberal allowance made to dealers. mv ti TRAPS. fTMIE newly invented patent Box Trap, for J fWlr at I30 Water - street. Je 13 riA. Sjif.R nit Ttt I.F..1SK. ftffl Lotsin the 5, 6, 8, and 10 Ward; many which are on regulated and paved streets. - No imue in iraveinn? or w.nnoi i(s Mimtm - money will be required under ten year, if sold, nage beir.g much lets than by any other route Le - inttfeit excepted. 1IUUBE.S Several two and three storv houses, on which a great part ol the money remain on mortgage. LAM)l:0 AT RED HOOK. Au excellentstand for business with ten acres land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, (tore house and barn. COTTON nd WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - tlavcn, with 40 acres of land, and a uever fuiliiut stream, upon which 20 mill may be erected, with a sunicieocy ot water lor eacn. Apply at Jo. z ureeuwirii - aireei. jan l J tf 3U LET I n,.l.i,i't.w. - 1 It.,1. 1 7rr...., i.;..'k .. T. - i ;r the Park and river. Poisession may be bad in a ' I lew US Also for tale, the furniture ofiaid honve. It is of the best quality ; well fitted, and suitable to a genteel lumiiy. Apply as above my 1 1 ii FOR SALE, A fnrin on the Hudson, about a mile from Newhurgh, containing I "J J aciet, 3J of which are Woodland, the rest is divided by good fence into a due proHrtiou ol meadow, arable and pasture land, tne oMikltnes are partly new ; the house convenient for a small family : iti situ ation it equalled in beauty hy lew on the river ; the advantage, from the vicinity of a flourishing village, of public worrbip, tocietj and eood market, with the facility of communication wun iv ew lorn, renncr ii a uniranie retiuence lor a gentleman. 4000 dollars of tbe purchase money may remain on mortgage ; the payruenl of the rest will be made easy to the purchaser. Apply on the premises, to je z.j u i. r.rer i.aaca. FOR SALE. A LOT of land, containing between tixtreu I and twenty acres, adjnmine the yillaee ol Bloomiiisdale, frontine on the Tenth Avenue and Hudson River, adjoining on the south the country seat of Mr. John II. Talmnn. The terms will be reasonable, and two thirds of the purchase money may remaiu secured by bond and mort - gase. AI..SU, two lots or ground, tweaty nve leet ty one hundred each, situate on the east side of f orsvth street, about 150 to 2U0 feet north ol Ucianty - sireet. i hui iiiiiv9tu vi at I'l ii nir, hit. uiv an,c will be ctfercd for sale at auction, ca Wednesday, 8th July. For further particular, apply at the Mutual insurance utiice, o. bi wall street. je ii im I) REWERY. For sale, a bartram, a Brtw X3 ery ii Malt House connected, in the city of Hudson. Tha buildings art stone, and par ticularly well calculated lor the basinet. It is ' situated in tbe midst of a barley country, and has many other advantages. It is certainly an object tor those wishing to engace in ths bust - ness. II is tne only brewery in the couctrv. .. . . " . Thi property will be sold cheap. Termi libe - ral; title rood. For further particular apply loM. MULDEN. No. 78 Maiden - lane. K.w. York ; or J. NIXON, Jr. near the premises. June 13 tt PiTT dAWS, A small iavoire of Cast Slel L Pitt Saws, jut received and for sole by ANDERSON & SHEARER, Je25 131 Water - street r.'OR r - AI.E, SOnamsofCaMia Paper, suila - r ble for Ban Box maker, or sugar Baker. The quality aud rise h tbe same asine Evcmii; Port it printed on. A( ply at Ibis cfice. Je lit POST COACH d STEAM - BOAT LINK, OH PH DEWH IA.) - - BV WAT OP EMSAatTBTOW MIST.':; . . . (1 brough in On Day.) . . ANEW Line of Post Coache with every coo - venienre for nauenzer and baeeeee, on Springs, start from the Coach office, Mo. I Courtiand - etreet, near Broadway, New - York, every morning, (Sunday excepted) at 5 o'clock, in the Steam Uout Atalanta, via Eluabellitown, Brunswick, Princeton, Trcuton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia tbe same afternoon, at 4 o'clock. A second Line of new Post Coache will tart from New - York every morning, (Sunday excepted,) art 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atatun - ta, lodge nt Trenton, aud arrive at Philadelphia, in a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollar. P. S. Passenger are requested to call and take their Scats at the office No. 1 Courlland - st. N. Y. United State Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on springs. The If. S. mail coach will start from the coacb office, No. 1 Courtl&ndt - tt. New - York, every day at t o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning aloo'clock. Only 6 passengers admitted. ; Dor e - .t in tbe above named Line, apply to THOS. WH1TFIKLD, at the old established Conch, and Steam Boat office, No. I Couit - lanrtl - stieet, near the corner cf Broadway. Ntw - York ; or to A. T.GOODRICH & CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, and at No. 53 Whitehnll - strtct. New - York. ft"rAII goods and bngsnge at the risk of the oWWir. JOSLPI LION, SONS Si CO. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je S4 gVlfi' SUKE MAIL COACHES, roB raii.AnKi.rHia, Ctr Leave New - York 2i eveiy inoming (Suudny'sex - cepted) at u o'clock, aud ar - nve in Philadelphia next ilV to to uiuner, The publick houie are eood, and reasonable in their charges. Thediivers, horses and coaches are not inferior to any other now running between these two cities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence of the roads on this rout, con - net ted with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expences, are beleived to be strong inducements to traveller in giving this line a decided prefer, ence - . The strictest nttention will be observed hy the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at the risk ol tho owner unless insured and receipted for by the clerk of said cilice. Stage fare only (5, with a generous allowance oi naggage. rarties wisning 10 travel ae ineir leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one day previous to starting. For seat apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlandt - ttreet, New - York. LXU.M, SUilS, y it. ap S Proprietors. UNlua LINE. FOR PHILADELPHIA Tweiity - tive niiies land carriage, via New - Bruniwick and Trenton. In Lew iKt coaches fa Do good stages 4 50 Do lorecasllc - or deck rssengers, 3 50 Coniiicted by the steam boats olive brauch and PUl.Anni.piiiA. T' - e steam - boat Olive Branch will leave New York every day, bun dav's excepted, from the north side of the Bat terv. at 1 1 o'clock, A.M. Passengers will lodge at Trenton, unit tuiie ii,e steam uoai rnuauei uliia. 10 aitoanive in Philadelphia at lOo'clock the next morning, in time to take the Uuiein Line Baltimore steam boats. 'J'his line has a conneeticn With the best boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk i as also those of the North River and Sound ; aad their several arrival are calculated to cause hi' tie, if any delay. This is a soeedr and certainlT the most conve nient route, as me passengers win leave new York alter the bauksopen. ami arrive in I'bila delphia before the hour of business, without fa - twecn the two cities, For seats in the above line apply to WILLIAM U. JAQUEi?, At tbe Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketfield street, north side of the Battery, between Greenwich and Wathin;:tnn streets, or to The CArTAlN on board. (y All goods and baggage nt the risk of the owner. ap iSOtU.E. For the further accommodation of the public, the de parture of tbe r ireny iroin New - York and Newburgh Wl" be ,D 'ure on me lonowing aajs : Leave fttw lora on nioniidr, eonev and Satordav. at9 A.M. Leave Aewhursh on Tuesday, r i i.lay and Sunday at 8 A TIim u mi'. &rr.in - rr,nent U'lllCnfnill M. The ubove arranseinent will commence by the Fin lly leaving Newburgh oil Sunday, the 24th I be Western Staee leaves Newbureh imme diately after the arrival of the Firefly. my n EAtlOlt AMI BKTHLEIIKM EW tlSK, VIA RKW - nRCKSWICK. (Cy Pasensers will leave iNew - York every Monday f, . rr f.uid Friday, at 1 1 o'clock, mm , A. ni. in Uie steam boat Olive Branch ; lodge at New Brunswick ; leave there early next morning, and arrive at baston at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Returning, leave Easton every Tuesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, A.m. lodge at New Bruiuwirit ; arrive at New York at 10 o'clock next morninc, in the steam boat Olive Branch. The stage connected with liD good four - horse stage. P.insace from N. Bruoswirk toEaiton, $300 from Easton to Bethlehem, 75 cents. For seats in the a hove line,appiy tn WM. K. J AtiUES, at the I'hitaiielphia Union Line Steam - Boat Office, north side of the battery. KUiiLiii LListj.v.rropriitor Jel3tf FOK PHILADELPHIA, Via ELIZADETII - IOIVX POIMT. Tf,...,. POol - COACH LINE, Through in a dim and by day - light, ' T EAVES New - York in Uio stcaui - boat Ata M - A lantt, from the foot of Whitehtil - ilreet, near the Battery, at 5 o'thx k, A. M. Enqiiirr at No. 1 Courtlandt - tret and No. 53 White hall - street, at which places seats may be Liken Je20 U m TO LEASE OR FOR SALE, 4m That elegant modem built house, situate at the corner of bands aud Wathiogtoo streets, Brooklyn Its size is tliirly - one feet front by Jilti feet deep, its room so arranged as to combine every convenience for a genteel re - uJerite. It will be sold with two or more lots of ground, at I . I . . I 1 1' I ' a I me cimon oi me puir - uajer. i emu, ouc immu cash, the ret in such payments as will be most convenient to purcrix - cr. Apply on the pre mites to C.BALI wiy 23 tf TO LET. A dry Cellar, under the houe No. 29 l ine - street. Enquire of M R. PMEDE5, mylttf 134 Pemri - ttrret. WANTED. GIRL from IS to 15 years of sge, of eord n. chamcter and tleadv habits, to assist in a JilV 3 family. Apply at 74 Leonard - street. Je!3 ""1 THE SOUJVD STEAM UOA T - L1A'E. 3 The proprietors, Wirb a view of accommodating the i public, by extending the line ito Norwich, intend inakine ile expetituiit wiinthe Fulton, Capt. Law, and mi rouie (ii found practic.aoiej will be continued during the season. Tbe line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, a follow : The Connecticut, Capt Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, W'dnttday and fritt, at 8 o'clock, ia the morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave Norwich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same days, touch at Y ctc - LcnJtm ana aepart irom itience lor JYttr - Hortn at b o'clock. The boat will meet at A'ew Haien. and depart from thence every Monday, ffednet - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the cvc - iiitig - - the Connecticut for V York, and, the Fulton for JVtto - London and Jfoiirich. nih 17 Nkhvokoh end caniaicuimah. - tac.k' TRK1K TIMF A 4VEXX. EAVES Newburgheve - - J ry Sunday, Tuesday, ujtaiid 1 hursdny mornings, at 'i three o'clockj rnns tbrousb Montgomery, Blooiuingburgh, Monticello, by White Lake, Cothecton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, Ithica, and Geneva, toCauandaiaua. Returning leates Canandaigua every Mon day, Wednesday and friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boat which arrive in New - York the following morning. (Ty - It may Le txnecled thai l all Imti tchen iht tltam - baalt oiler Uuir dayt of running, that this line trt surer to ai meet Ihrm. The whole route will be nerfwmed in tliree dayt, from the 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 days and from the 15th De cember, nn - til the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaigua in four days. Passengers travelling from New - Yoik to Cunandaigiia, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canamluigua in th re ct.iys a distance of three hundred miles. 1 he line is well furnished with irood, new carriages ; good horses, and careful ami experienced drivers Every atten tion will be paid to rentier 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 state. CO" FAKE 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 Owegt Tioea Point', thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, . BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloomiplurgh,"l E. C. St. John. Mount Fleasant. I L. ti R. Manning, Chenango, IProprie - I.uther uere, ithica, I tors. Samuel Greenliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laming, mh 14 dfim EASTON MAIL STAGE, THROCCn I!f 1 DAT. TKXlEF. TlMti A WS.r.K. OCT" I he proprietors ack nowledse with xiatitude the ncoorement they have Heretofore received in this iii.v, mu - i ttie ihereiore induced to expedite the traveilinc on this route ; and in order to accomplish it. have provided tbemslves with lour changes ol horses, which are placed at e - ciial distances on the route. It will leave White's Hotel, Easton, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 4 o'clock in the morning, arrive at Eiiabeth Town Point in lime to lake the steam boat Atalanta, at 5 o'clock. Leave New York at 5 o'clock, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and arrive at Easton early in the evening; (ure through fie dollan, and a generous allowance of baggage, gratis. As thil stare passes near the celebrated springs on Schooley's Mountain, passengers taking this line will lie earned to the sorines without any t - stra charge. The proprietors pledge that nothing shall be wanting on their part to make this a pleasant route. The drivers are careful and accemmodn - ting. For seals, apply to James Patten, Court - IrihI street, or on bond the A t jlunla, and White's Hotel, Lastuo. I. IC. SI J. IHlAKr... Chester, June SO Je CO I in No I ICE. iXr - Steam Boat Oi.ivk IJhancii will sail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round rbtattn (stand, and occasion ally, il the win J and tide will permit, to the hook. This beautiful sail will contribute both to health and pleasure, and is as cheap a re creation as eau be found. Parties who mean to partnke of this amusement will, if couvenient, eive in (heir names the day preceding, at tne office in Marketneld street, north side ctthe Bat tery. . limner on hoard, at the usual prices. Passage 8s children h. If price. my 13tf THE STEAM BOAT A'JALslATA, MJH. tLIZABt.TiriUW. - M rUlNT, LEAVES N. York each day, 6'unday excepted, from the foot of White - liall - ttrett uear the Battery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A.M. and 3 o'cloc li P.M.; Ic?ves Llita - bethtown Point at 8 o'clock A. M. and balf past 12 o'clock anu halt past 4 o'clock f. M. Je 20 tf sfUKTU tilVEii STEAM - BOATS. Kg2T 0 - On the llth of May, jMt CMIUICUVVl, V MtJ IUII t 3tvTf times a week. A Bout ,y7S ? frleave New - Yuik on Tui day, at a o' 1m a, A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 V. Friday, at 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 5 P M. ol each week : and a boat leaves Albany un Moo day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M. The tire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New hureh, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. at 8 A.M. Je 2C 13ATH. 'fHE suhcritr rest sctfully informs the citi - J. sens or New - York, travellers and invalids. that his house at RATI I is now open rnr their re ception ;its situation is, probably unequalled on the continent withio a short distance ol ti c city and in view orsandy Hook. It presents the u nest prdspei t, and lor s.iiuhritv of uir and tbe aih a nt lees of Sea Bathing is probably, without a rival, lie nas erected several new bathing Houses, nnd a floating bridge to receive the steam - hoat his Inrder is well stocked with all the delicacies ofthe - teaf on. Travellers from the southward can be accommodated with Boarding und Lodging on reasonable terms, and transient persocs will hud it a htallbv und agreeable re treat. JOllN COLEMAN. A CARD. fi"7" The subKriber rupectfully nUifies tle pui.uc, tiiat paser,gers lor is.t I ti unoiiie iiaic Huvva in ttic steam uo; - .i i.tuiiius win, on ur, dAy next, and until (nrther notice, be taken from hife - llall at 111 o'clock tn the forenoon, (los - teud ol 5 oVIorkintlie mornuiA) and will becal led for bKftio bboul half past t in the atemoon Pleusuie bouts can come up willi siih.ty to tlie bridge. JU11N CULLMAN. JelSlin tOK SALE, A farm of between sixty and seventy acres, situste - on the west bank ol Lake Utsego, . , and one mile from the village of Cocperstown. On it are a new sloncjiouse ai fcetstjuare ; anew farm house, barn, &c. it fmnis a desirable es lanUidiinent for a gentleman wishing to Mire into the country, as its tiiuaiion, as to prospect convenience to market, &.c. it not surpassed bv any in the interior of the state. It will be told low forca - - li,onacredit, or exchanged for pro - nertr la tblseifv. coods. zc. APMV to Iftlcx A . H. D. fc K. SEDGWiCK, ! rai"! Law BuildiDgv. A ttiKnlxf nabiic taew kw to 4a b DOCTOJlHORNE,forB1erli .'ty,oflJonlon.aJ,i tiomler of tbe factlty and sureery there, deem, u I'.. tr to repent tome ooservatiomi ml the abuse of MERCURY, a rash, inrtfscriminate, and anquajv fied use tsereot, bat been product live Of Uifinif ol.rl,;.r rnn aneU are annually merc.rializcd out 'of exVtl ence. The duewe we bave i. view ow it? fa! ' tal results chieflv to tl.i.wmrr. u tvur? "?.? : bat a young man, the hopes of bis country. Vj the darling oljtut parent thoukl be ta "tcted . way from all the prospects aad enjoyuof , bytlioconseciuerKesofone ungaapled bosm.! and by ad.w, natm iu ownVlura tLui whit h only x.rove - s so from nelccl r im.Zr ' treatment." A tte,r("te ' tient) now perfectly hear'y and well, tAlil ' under physicians of generj practice, ril vea and rewatedly salivat.d ; when recouimet Jed te Dr. II. (by a gwth. - man of this city) m. bin., were canous, and bit flesh dropping'lrom tteai , bis friends declared be could not poisibly surv . two moutbi longer. Thousands exiWWntVi! knew with what ease and twety Dr. H. erach catet Uie severest catet, and confirm t the contiiT tution. The Doctor't plan (advertising) Mt cestary to guard the public against tiie aoiue T, mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth " Perscns, t;icrefore, .having contracted a rri vato diwider, oi suEPccling latent poison, a,." admonisUdriOt t tanr.er with their conitita! Uon, or conceal the disorder, till past recort t ry ; others having the remains, of an old casl" or other impurius of the biooei, as well at ota. er complaiutt of a delicate nature, in eith sex. thould remember posterity, and do jutik, to their consciences, by making armlicatio. to Dr. H. at bis old and resectable estal Hshment,No.e4 Water - street, four boiises w.t pi Old - slip, to obtain that prompt Miistanci a lone calculated to prevent disclosure. And h.,.' let me claim your serions attenUon RememhU a sujHfrtieial cure is no cure at aU : unless ti,e hi! sinessis radically done, you will certainly hai. the disorder break out again with redouhiLi "I (Unity, at some future period : perhaps tiMB will le too late for remedy. Don't you oAeD meet h. the streets miserable, mutilated beimrs. ritZ". ieij Take 1 heiet ch you. " uiu, Dr. H's. character for kil! and sfubhom infe - n!y being universally knjwn in this tit - ;. . 1804, guarantee Io patients that delicacy and crecybitlM - rto unknown, and hiring confined h.t practice for vesr. prist, exclusively to U.ecureol diseases of the blood svst.Trj, thev nu,,.rj , culate on the most elecidec, advantaKu .ilfiiiwllr.il. .. .ui. i.in - - ' - - - Gleett eradicated in twe or thr mmy.' Stricfuiet remoud witliout houeinr . ik. er instrument ; and nil debilities; likewise all old ulcerations, bstula't Sic. A plurality of oKces are crorided. nrt . .:i. . atcd that patients are not exposed toeacb other't observation. Open till half past 0 in the evenin. All persons concerned are invited to he frte . ailing, and shaking with Dr. II. which is in of cost. And here lue Doctor cannot avoid 0 sxpression of gratitude for innumerable recon - mendations, and for the decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) loner siren him k. . judicious public. n. o. au letters most De post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 lv YEUHEH (iUACKEHY JiOH JMPOSl - jwi, TSR. EVANS' st perk t X - mrthod ofcuringacei tain Disease, inaowonivei - tally ackuowledeed ia thif city : his mode of treatmerl if perfectly mild, safe, eJ. lieeunous. and bis cbarg. reasonable. In every ii stance he warrants a cur. and will return the ni ifl.a does no't perform arrecahla to contract. m - inc mivw. roi,icv aiiraji OuSCTTtQ:. Tnere are many persons in this citv anf iu vi cinity, laboring under various chronic diseaMt, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, croJu or kingt evil, fistulas, diseases of thw wrothr. bladder ana tuoaiec vw cwptwaxea compiamuj Ol a cereaia nntw, uu vuier oosink tions, rheumatism, Ae; which they consider iscs ralile, Uiey can cenninij ne cured tin general) by appiyine at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. 9. Peck - siip, having practised in extelurit hospitnlt in Europe It yean, under some of tt brst burgeons ann rnysiciaus in the world, aid made those obstinate diseases bis constant ! for 30 veart. Oct It JCT The subscriber bavin? recentlr rctornsd from England with an important improvement oa the artificial tprin; LEG. lie takes this method of informing his friend and the public, tbat all those who are so unfortunate as to be In want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap - lijnug hi iio. ii oarciay - sireti, ivtw - iorK. n WM. FURVIS. MEDICAL AID, . DR. CORN WELL, who a a member of the Corpc ration of Surgeons of Londoo, ti ho hat liad mvcb eiperierx in the line of hit profession f I more than twenty years, hat lately arrived in thit city, and be ins well apprised of the treat rwrth of nt). it aenerully tnkei to introduce a medical gi.itleman into practice io the common reserved way, takes this method to inform the public, that be has taken the situation, ' Sn !Kft WATF.R.HTRCKT. corner of Dover - ttreet hit door in Dover - street hit name on tbe door his sign, a Mortar i where be will be lound ready to wait on uiote that please to apply frhit medical aid, in tbe different branches of surgery, and tbe practice of Physic generally. As, also, in all cases ofimpotency, and a certain complaint, incident to both sex, in which be has had great, very great, experience in the cure of thousands, without one hours detention from business, or change of diet, or a possible discovery by the most intimate friend. ftr - Aad in ell cases of confidence, the greatest secrecy will be strictly observed. He has oo shopman, or any person in parinerauip wiui S. B. Attendance will be given to' patient from tun - rite until 9 o'clock in tbe evening. JeK lm AC0(ITAT uu poly of la diet Beaver Hatr, fresh from the ma1 nufactory, suitable for the oettw era market, and parked at tr. shortest notice, J. WILS0JTS, leoBroadwsy. mny 7 to masons. PROPOSALS will be received at no. u - Wasliineton street, for building a bouse, a - sreeably with apian there left, for a tavern, on the corner or tlie Bowung ureeo .tw.t. Je 1 El.EGAXT FIAJS O FOHTES. OS. WILcON, 14Maide - tmne, hMjuitW - , - nirarf hv th Vnus. lartre assortment oi excellent Piano Forte. Patent Flute, Flageolet, Sic. manufactured expressly for bin hy Cle - oienti Si Co. London. Also, l"iano Forte fctnugs , in sets, new music, and every article ia tbe musical line ; instruments taken in exchange. aoi tuners provided. ' my t0 ti iVEWlORKs - . PRINTED AND PUBLISHED MICHAEL BVRM1AM k CO. No. 49 Wn.i.iA.w - Taiv orrositB " Lakk Cnrr - HocB. . JT y j

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