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ttTJ Or den for European books, map, pape rt, tUuonaryaod other articles, la all languages axeregttlwly taken at the repea book - tlara and depot, No. S6 Broadway, New - York, ppo tit Trinity church yard, near Wall - trt, on the plain and low terms mentioned in the proe - pactus, which may be teen in aid book - store where there is always a large collection of European catalogue of books, with prices, in all language, for the use of ladle and gentlemen only. . ,. ' . , : .: , Order will also be taken on the tame terms in every city, town arid borough of the union, by all the merchant, bookseller, printers, and publishers of news - paper and magazines. : , U I) BEL MR, Agent. N. B. The dwelling part - ut liouse No. 96 Broadway to let, . . je 13 3Uw3w IV) It V k J A' ill A mr orofitable FARM, of 1 10 acre, two thirds under ns.ltivation, the residue woodland, si'.aate on the traahore, a quarter of a mile tolow Uir narrows, on the Staten Island side and a short (Ida from thetteaiii boat ferry landing - it mivom ep nvp!iit' view of the bav and en vironofNew - York, within the Narrows, and of Sandy lioolt and lh ocean - r or prospect if equalled by none. The title is unquestionable. 3'wo. thirds of the purchase money may remain secnred upon the land. Apply to A. V.TJ. Fountain on (lie premises, or to W, A. SEELY, 143 Greenwich street. TO LET, a convenient new S story bouse, adjoining the above, with a garden and about an mere of and. For term apply as above. mh 3 endtf i - - - X 7 A N'TEO io a Watch Maker' Sioir, a V V lad wfooc.aB b well recommended. Eu - quire at the office of thi paper. - Je20 Slawir" ' ' ' ,v HUBOKEN FERRY. TIlEhon. the Cerporation of Hie city of New - . Vorif, having granted to the lubscriber a Uaseof tlie tlobokej Ferry, he hat associated with him in that establishment Mr. J'hilip De - peyster, who will have tlie sole charge of con - ductnia; the sain ; all applications therefore respecting the Ferry will be niilc to him. Two Horse - Boat are now in complete operation, with good accommnlation for passengers carriage, Ace. one of which will ia future start from each side of the river punctually at every hour from 5 o'clock in the morning uutil 8 o'clock In the evening. , PHILIP HOSE. J 27 eodlm T D1S I ILLhR, containing : I. full and particular directions for mnihing and dis - - filiinaail kinds of gram and imitating Holland Giu and Irish Whiskey. 2. A notice of the dif ferent kinds of still in use in the United States, , Bfiu ftJI tlio ft.ft.Vftft.il ftftiii', itift. lunj mm ft - . J - fit,.. Co.lnk .1.11. n. nlTJNI ttma. in 9A hmin "S A Irftnfiai. nn fprmpntnlinn. containing the latest discoveries on the subject. 4. Directions for making, yeast and preserving it sweet zor anr leucui oi nine. o. j ue f.ti. iir. Allisons process of rectification, with improve' ments, aod mode of imitating French brandy, tic 6. Instructions for making alj kinds of cor dials, compound waters, &c also, for making ci der, beer, and various kinds of wines, Sic. tic ; oapreo to me use oi larrurrs aim ami.ipri, uy iiarritoo liall; second edition, much enlarged und improved, price S3 $5; Just recrivedandibr sate ai le rlinerra vircuniini; tviorarv, own nnd btationery store, 2C5 Broadway, opposite the Meseum. J 6 WHOOfLVG COUGH. DOCTOR SCOTT'S Pectoral Mixture, which it a safe and effectual remedy for the whooping cough. It is only teu years since it vra ottered to the public, and some thousands of children, both in England and Scotland, have been cured by it,. after every other medicine had been ued vithout effect. It is held in the highest tliuinti').n for its excellent and salubrious virt.les 1 It promotes gentle penpiration, removes visci l phi. gin Ly an easy and afe expectoration, and is highly falntiry to the lungs ; it itrensthens mitl dc:t nd the stomach, gives greater 'ibertv of breHthinz. ami produces the mot life, i.tlutary anil happy efl'ects, by prevtnt - - - .i i ... .: n t. . to which thoiinnds of individuals, in conse - ouence of nr rrlect. rrematurehr fall a sacrifire. It is not by exciting; a temporary stimulus of relief in those violent paroxysms ttiai its quali ties are manifested, but by effectually removing those distressing symptoms, by giving vcgoiir to the weakened f ame, and renovated neaiin to mu smicieu imunuuai. Sold wholesale and retail, by R. Robertson, Apothecary, fto. 82 Broadway, anil J. U. Mori on, Drupgest, No. 188 Greenwich - street, N. Yark. lUests throughout the United ttates, mty be wpplietl with the Pectoral Mixture, at either of the above places, at the lowest wholesale price, Jy 7 2m GKMEtO, BUARU1.VG AY be had in Morray street, (the most M pleasait and healhy partot tnecnyj lor gentlemen, at a moderate price ; and 3 or 2 or 3 eetitlem 4 more who will llod their own Imlgmg. ntthisolfice. J t.nquire CtHA VI PAlGNK Ai bUUUU .i I) Y 53 cases J wiperior still Cham paigue, I dj. each 10 do do Burgmi'lv lor sale by trOTT & M'Kl.VNE, Jy 1 - 50 South - street. aTvEYKU rIARP. "j JA. GUTTWALI1T respectlutly inviiet . the amateurs of music to inspect at his Pinno - FirtoMunufactory, No. 75 Maiden lane,J n musical, fhtlrumcnt that perfectly erpiojs the iinrp in sound and far surpasses it in point of easy tretro' nt, as it is played like the piano by mets oi keys, and consequently hat art tbo advantages uf hhlliant modulation ; the only one i:t the United stater. Also, anrlegant lno Foitc of fine tone, musical variety" and workmanship, wilban assortment ofdiffernt kinds, whose good qul'ities have been testiuyd by the undersigned essinent protessort : t' " We the subscribers, professors of music, do certify, that weh ve carefully examined Mr. J. A. Gtittwaldt'tuiano - Jbrtes, which, for ingrnni - ty sthj excellence of Jvorkmanshin and unifurin tiiilliancjuj f tone, we deservedly recommend to public patronage. VMessrs. utiles, Mtenne, rui Meets. C. 1 hioaulg Charles Uiirert." J 7 MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF THS CITT OF JTKW - IORK. Theldtil InitituJim for Insurance against Jin in this citv,) TSlRE against Lost or Damage by Fire, OMiins Houses. Ware Houses. Buihlinss in genera. Merchandize, Shipt in port and ttieir Cargoes, Household Furniture, nnd every de - tenntton jrsoi.al propert y, on termt at favo - ''Mlar institution in thisrity. 1 Ins Coi,atlT , incorporated solely for the puriHMc Win!' Brain. I !.. I.o I Ot lanrfn.oin., 1. ...... l. r..Z ft... - r .... wei ui uii - t wi'j n cinnmscnneir,. on.iMmn. rwi citv and immed.t. ; - I - .Htwii vrtMJftM um fnaddiUon to te CaniLM Slock. JSM rmn which is secured b. st .Z.zH ' . .i ... - ." - mm mm uj'i 'tt on real " Public strrfc,, thi, Company possesses a handsome surplus i l.ni, invested in like manner : parties assured m k..f " leslconOdcnce in the lurVT I. that any losses or damag. will De jtitled ,ih pmmptit.ideandliherairtv ed 'th The different rate of pr.minalfinj conditions oflnsuraweare timformwKMhose orUe other I ire Insurance Offices in thisr i Tlnubiic - re referred for varticulars to the tripled proposal in circulation, and which may - .,.,,, o.i - ii si .... w nau sircet. . GABRIEL FURMAvV, President. JOHN PLVTARD. Seirettry. may 23 . - ' MAHOGANY SOFAS, CHAIR AND CABINET FURNITURE, - .i Mo. 49 BKEKMAN STREET. 'pHEtabecriber lgf leave to return bissin - X cert thank to those Indies and gentlemen who have been kind eooogb to honor him with theircoatmandt, and to inform them, and the admirers of handsome femitare in general, that he has oo band torn very elegant sofas, chain, card, pemhroke and extending patent dining tables, grand sideboard, inlaid with high polished ornamental brass - work and rote - wood, card tablet to match, Grecian couches, sofas, chaise lounge, music stools, chairs, &c. Alro, a library stepchair, the utility of which be particularly recommends. All furniture warranted of the best quality and workmanship, and of the newest European fashions. Orders executed to any part of the union to any drawing, on the most reasonable terms and punctuality forcsih. Ladies or gentlemen having fancy woods, may have them manufactured to any article they wisn, or applying as aoove inv 3U 2u A. M. HAYWOOD. TAMMAM HALL. 'TMIE copartnership, heretofore existing he - tween ABRAHAM B. MA RI LING and WliJ.IAM B. COZZEN3, was dissolved on the 1st of April last, by mutual conseut. The establishment will be continued hy the subscriber. '1'he situation of TAMMANY HALL is pro - linhly unrivalled in this citv facins the l'ark and the City Hall, and with'in ainiiiute' wnlk of the Theatre, Academy of the Fme Arts, Museum, tic - It presents inducements for air, prospect, convenience and accommodation, inferior to hone in this city. Travellers from the different state in the union, and from this state, will find at Tammany Hall al.irrier well stocked with an the delicacies ol the season, choice Wines, airy Bed Chamtwrs, and every convenience that enn be expected, and on the most moderate terms. Jell 1m WM. B. COZZF.NS. axiiiRiTinn or tmc fink art, COLUMBIAN PICTURB GALLERY. Ab. 146 Fullon - tlref.lt mar Broadway THE proprietor of this valuable nnd extensive collection of pictures, embraces the opportunity of informing connoisseurs and amateurs of the Coo arts, and the cnlighteued public of New - York, that the gallery will in future be open from 8 in the morning 'till half past 10 at night. From 8 in the evening to half past 10, the gallery is brilliantly lighted up, and the admission only 25 cents These pictures have been collrcteJ, nt the ex pense of 116000 dollar?, and are allewcd, by the best judges, to be the finest specimens of the art ever exhibited in the United Mates, being trem, selected with peculiar care, from the various cabinets in Rome, Naples, Florence, Amsterdam, Paris and London, and the works of the most approved painters, both ol the ancient and modern schools, and are undoubtedly originals. Artists, ladies or gentlemen, will be entitled to study, or ctjpy any of the pictures, by becoming subscribers. Ladies or gentlemen, who have subscribed one dollar, on paying another, will be considered subscriben for the season. 17 Admittance, for the day and evening, 50 rents ; for a month, $1 ; for the season, $2 ca talogues include). JeS4 1m ruEr, A countinz Room, in the most central pnrt of Pearl - ttreet. For particulars enijtiirr at I'Jl, upstair. Je2a PA I KM UUGDEdl'ROYlMU LIQUID, VCr.Rl A1N nnd never failing poison for bed hut's. It wi;l exterminate the in at using, without itninins the furniture, or beine nccom panied with that disagreeable smell usual'y at leiiuuigine appiirnmn oi niner poisons, ror sale in bottles, at 4s. each, at 1 . IJICKlh'S Medicine Store, 395 Broadway. N. B. A la - ee stsortment of eenuine Druzr and warranted patent Medicines, for ele as a - hove. Je 19 lm SEVEM'll WAKU. TJUB L1C notice is herehy given, that the As - 1 tessorsof the seventh ward have completed their essestments, and that a copy thereof is left with David Lyon, at No. 64 Marktt street, where the same may he seen and exnonined by any of the inhabitants during ten days, from ten o'clock, A. M. to three P. Al. and that the As sessors wi!l meet on Friday, the tenth day of Ju ly, at Ihehouseof the said David Lyon, toreview ttieir sain assessments, on tlie application oi any person conceiving himself nggrirved. UAV lli lu, Assessors oi i nc un JAMESON COX.i sranl. Je29 14t New York. 29!h June, 1310. IOH.X UtWI FT still resides at No. it4t W. ter street, where he has a ry handsome and fashionable assortment of Cabinet Furniture on hand, which lie wilt warrant to be of the first duality.' He solicits his New York nnd snuthi - rn friends to give him a call, as he 6tters hinisWf they will not he disappointed. Urilers execuren at the shortest notice. Je 22 tf PROSPECTUS . ron ri'BLisniMr. ay eoBscmrrioiv A MAP OK MKXICO AND LOUISIANA. '1 Mil" publici'hon ol this Map has been undcr - L taken with the impression, that it will ex hibit information, highly interesting at this event ful crisis, and the valuable Maps which the au thor has procured, dnrine his several tout s through Mexico, in the years 1M,'G, 1K07, 1U12, 1U 13, 11! I S. UilG. and 1U17. induce him to hele.ivr that the Map, with even all its imperfections, will he inucn me most erieci wirn.ii nas appeureu before the public. 'This Map will contain the latest and best information from the iliscoi cries and possessions of the American, Spanish, Russian, Uritith and French travellers nnd navigator and representing the claims of their respective governmtiiti on the Northwestrni coast of America. The Map will include that portion of North America, which !irt between the Isthmus of Da - ricn, and lhe4lth degree ol North Latitude, and from the Mississippi River westwardly to the Pacific Ocean. In siz the Map Hll be about six by five feet, a:id will be promoted on a scale of 40 miles t" the inch, to be delivered to the tubscribert at tif - teen dollars sell. N'ntches. Marrh7. IfUft. apT ttul MONT - ALTA For SAi.Eortn LE P, nnd immediate iios - essinn civen, the beautiful place cHled Mont - Alia, seven miles from the City - Hall, nn the North River, adjoining Lord Courtenay's. It contains 20 acres ol land under improvement, witn a large ganlen welt srockeii wiUi vezetah'es a variety of fruit, with every convenience for a family. For terms, which are very reasonable, and if old a lung credit ci ven if wanted, pply to N. U D. TALCOTT, 6 I South - street. Je 12 ITOR SI,E, ay reams ol Cassia Paper, suiin ' blc f r B. - tn Box makers, or susur Bakers. I he quality and size is the tame as the Evening Je 18 rXt AVERY fine family grey HORSE, fir gig or saddle. ALSO, a very fine brown Horse od a good CoAcnKB, with Ilariiess,with three teats, (very suitable for travellins,) Apply to Wm. Stlowlkt's Livery Stable, No. "3 John street. J 7 lw FOURTH WARD. PUBLIC notice is hereby given, that the Assessors of the fourth ward have completed their assctsmeets, and that a cony thereof is lelt with Lewis Hartman, at No. 423 Pearl street, where the fame may be seen and examined by any of the inhabitants during ten days, from this day, and that the assessors will meet on Friday, July blh, at the store tfL. Hartman, to review tlieir said assessments, oathe application of any periou cooceiving himself aggrieved. LEWIS HARTMAN, Aestnrsof the PETER BONNKTT.l Irurth ward. New Yoik, Juue 23th, 1818: Je 23 llrt SUPEftlot OJ.n UtrVTLEIt MAhEIRA D LYNCH, Jun. htl just rcceivel from the . Wet Indies, a few case of Judge B'um's ceieoratecl N me, importe - 1 lv him into An - ug'ia, tmm 1M & HisseUs house of Mjileira, V'' hecan warrant eciiial if r.ottu pcrior to kny v,ine ia America. ) 3 l WHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and tuceessitit use of Hat ointment ia a sufficient recommendation, at it has been found to be a pleasant, sale and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its tta - 5et. It it for sale is the city of New - York, br . A.ti W. R. Post, No, 41 William - street J I. A T. Clark, No. 85 MaNieo - Laoe ; H. H. Schieffelin ti Co. No. 193 Pearl - street: Lawrence oi Keete, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hull tt Bowne, 146 Pearl street ; K. & L.Murray, 313 Pearl - street ; i. M. Ilradhurat, 314 Pearl - street ; John Penford, No.4 Flotchcr - ttrcct ; Duryee & Poe, ia Pearl - street j John C. Morrison, 1!W Greenwich - street ; John P. Fisher, 106 Broadway i Walter tt Seaman, corner of Chamber - st. and Broadway, and alto in Chatham - street ; and in short it may he procured at most of the Drug siores in this city Also in t'lniadeipma, oi s Witherell tt Sons i George If arrell .North & Ro een, and almost all the druggists in the principal owns in we uuitea state. Mixwiae. WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may oe fiacl at the above placet. .tan zz bm VALiUAbLE REAL LS FOR BALE, in me city, or skw - tork. tjIVE lots of ground on the west tide of Green ' wich - street, between Vestry and Deshrot tes - ttreetr. 5 hy tlO. Four do in the rear of the above, fronting on the east tide of Washington - street, 25 hy 80. Eight do in the block below, between Wash ington end West - streets. In Monte;oiuerv County. COCO acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near hast Canada Creek, on the north side oi tlie Aioliawk. ; In Franklin County. 15,162 acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Morris und Dayton. 'In Essex County. 7832 acres of Land in the town of Barry more. , In the County of Lewis. XZ'iQ acres of land in Casterland, Cbassanis Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2C0O acres in Palmer's purchase. F.nquire ut tlie office of the subscriber, 34 Cedar - street. DEV. ROD1NSON. n,h 17 tf G. SAUMJLK'a PATEN 'I RAZOR STROP. Yon that wish to shave w ith ease, liny of Saunders if yon please ; His Razor Strop's, peculiar such, That sharps the Razor with a touch. G SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those . who hae not got his Patent Razor Strop, to furnibh themselves with his new invented Razor Strop, and Metallic Composition. No gen th man who once makes trial of one of the Strops now ouereri, will ever try any others; and sucnis their formation, that ever to much use will not give the razors that roundness which renders the best of them useless, and which is well known al - it ay to follow the application of all those hi'l.er - tu invented. The above strops are in general use in New York, and are distinguished from all others. Barbers who have used them tay more in their praise than I can my self. mnvnrns 18 Wall - street. Alto for tale. Razors, Soap, and every uten sil for Shaving, of the first quality, with a superior assortment of perfumery, Hair - Powder,&c. from Smyth's, New Bond street, London. N. B. The most liberal allowance made to dealers. my 22 Ql - OH S.iLE OH JV i,tMlL, Lots in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Wards; many ol which are on regulated and paved streets. No money will be required under ten years, if told, interest excepted. iiousts. Several two and three story houses, on which a great part cf the money remain on mortgage. ., l.A.ui. - vi a r nr.lJ UUIJIV. An excellent stand for business, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store house and Darn. COTTON Bn.l WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Karen, with 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may be erected, with a sumcieiicy ol water lor each. Apply at No. 2 Greenwich - street, jan 13 If tfTftl JO LKT. Vats' The elejant 3 story house No. 7 Hod' son street, which commands a pleasant vieir of the 1 art aad river. Possession may be nau in a lew days. Also for sale, the furniture ofsaid bouse. It it of the best quality ; well titled, and suitable to a genteel family. Apply as above. mylltl t'Oti b.HLb, A farm on the Hudson, ahout a mile from Ncwburgh, containing 133 acres, 33 ol which are Woodland, the rest it divided by good fence into a due proortion of meadow, arable 3nd pa'tore land. The buildings are partly new; the house convenient for a small family . its situ - atronls equalled in beauty by w on the river ; the advantages, from the'vicinity of a flourr - h - inc' vill.me, t'f public worship, society and good market, with the facility of communication with iVcw torlt, render it a Uesirablo residence lor a gentleman. 4000 dollars ol the purchase money may remain on mortgage ; the payment of the rest will be made easy to the purchaser. Apply on the premises, to 'je23 If I. VF.RPI.ANCK. FOR SALK. A.' LOT of land, containing between sixteen nnd twentv acres, nilioiuinc inn vinace oi Bloomirigdale, Ironting on the Tenth Avenue and Hudson River, adjoining on the tmitli the coinitry seat of .Mr. .'ohn H. Talman. The term will he reasonable, and two thirds of the purchase nior.ey may remain secured by bund and mort - gaue - ALSO, two lots of ground, twenty fire feet hy nne hundred earh, situate on the east tide ol Korsvtli ttn - et, about 150 to 200 feet north ol Dr lanty - street. If not disposed of at rivale tale, the above will he cflered for tale at auction, on Wednesday, Bid July. For further particulars, apply nt the Mutual Insurance Office, No. 52 Wall street. Jell 1m IlKW r.KY . y - r sale, a bargain, a lirw cry Si Malt )Toue connrclcd, in the city ol Hudron. The bnildipgs are stone, and particularly well calculated for the busmen. R is situated in the nikM of a barley country, and M many other advantages. It is certainly an object tor those wihing to engage io th's business. It is the only brewery in the couctry. This property will be sold cheap. Terms liberal ; title jc'wxl. For further particulars apply to M. MULDEN, No. 78 Maiden - lane, New - Yoik ; or J. NIXON, Jr. near the premises. June 13 If LtttUi'i'A ts.tiMAI.LS. 5 car sC'hcpp i Ko - malls superior quality, subject lodrawhack, fnrsale by (i. W. TALBOT, J ii Si Pine - streel. TO BUILDLRd. Or those who mny wish to erect three elegant hniblinzs or factories. r or 77 feet hy 00, more or less, with the IJ buiMinjrs thereon, in the centre of Vesey - st can be purchased separate cr together. AL,tt. An elejsint LOT, with the Buildings thereon, 1 1 Bowery, 42 by 125, more or less, near Chat - ham street the whole on accommodating trrms Apply at 33 Chatham Bow, near Beekimm - tt The advertiser has three small mertzaze to di.pose of, one of 4.1 .000, one of SlOOO, one of $ 1200, all in this city. Je 9 The subscriber offers for sale his resi u.ijijertce in me town ot ra rneiiu state oi Connecticut. It is pleasantly situated, on the Boston road, about hall a mile from long Island Sound. 55 mile from New York, and 20 from New Haven. The house and out - bouse are in excellent repair. The truit yard is well stocked with a rarely nf peaches, apricots cherries, oeart and rnwhr rries. There are in tlie vicini ty academies for the education of youth of both seies. From one tosix arret of excellent Und. tt the option of the purchaser, caa be hnd with the boe. anil the purchase money, if desired, can remain on interest. For terms sppty to 1S.AC M. ELY, El. 76 John street, N. York, or to the linn. JONATHAN STUKGES, Fair field, Connecticut, my 6 dti DAVID ELY. POST COACH and. STEAM - BOAT USE, rOR PHILAOELPUIA. - BY WAT or KI.ISABKTHTOWW rotST. . r (Through in One Day.) A NEVV Line of Post Coaches with every con - A venience for rassenters and baaast1, on Snrinet. starts from tlie ' Coach office. No. 1 Courllaed - t'reet, ntnr Broadway, New - York, every mornioir. f Sundavt excipte0 at 5 o'rlm k, in the Steam Boat Alal.uita, via Ehzahethtown. Brims wick. Princvton, Trenton aud Bristol, una arrive at Philadelphia the same afternoon, at 4 nVIm to. . , A tocoud Line of new Tott Coaches will etart from New - York every morning. (Sunday excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Stearu Boat Atalan - ta, lodge at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelphia, in nSteninBoat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollars. P. S. Passengers are requested to call and take their beats at tlie otuce no. CourtlHiid - st. N. Y. United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on spring. The U. S. mail coach will start from the coachoffice, No. 1 Comtlundt - tt. New - York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. nnd arrive at rlul adelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passenger admitted. For seats in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, nt the old established Conch, and Steam Boat omce, No. 1 Court Innilt - stieet, near the corner of Broadway, New - York ; or to A. T. GOODRICH & CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, and at No. 53 Whitehall - street, New - York. (fc - AII goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. jusr.ru tws z w. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Continent, by THOMAS WHiTFItLD. Je 24 SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, for riui.ADEi.rniA. ir"7 - Leave New - York f eepit'di ut ho'ciock, nnu ar rive in . Philadelphia next av to dinner. The puhlick house are good, and reasonable in tlit - ir clmreet. The driver, horses and coacn es are not inferior to any others now running be tween these two cities. J lie heautuui roupuy and the excellence of tlie roads on this rout, con nccted with the safety, comfort, and rcatonartte expences, are heleived to be strong inducements to travellers in giving tins line a decided fireler ence. I he strictest attention will he observed hy the proprietors in eivius enteral satisfaction. All baes&ge and packages will to at the risk of the owner unless insured and receipted lor by the clerk of said office. Stage tare only 55. with a zenerous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their i isure. may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively Io themselves, by applying one dav previous to starting. t or seats apply at Northern Hotel, Iso. 79 Courtlandt - street, New - York. L 1 ON, SONS, CU. ap 2 Proprietors. UNION LINE FOR PHILADELPHIA. Twenty - live miles land carriage, via Ne.w - Brunswick and Trenton. In new pout coaches $5 Do good staget 4 50 Do lorecastlu or deck passengers, 3 50 Connected hy the steam boats oLive BRAKcn and PHi.aiv.i,rHiA. The steam boat Olive Branch will leuve New York every dny, Sunday's excepted, from the north side of the Battery, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. Passengers will lodge at Treulnn. and take tlie steam boat Philadelphia, s i as to arrive in Philadelphia at lOo'clock ihe next inorniiijr, in time to take the Union Line Baltimore steam boats. This hoe has a connection with the best boats on the Delaware and Chesnpeake to Norfolk; as also those ol the North River and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated tocause lit tle, if atiy delay. 1 hii a speedy ana ceriainiy ine mosi conve nient route, as the passengers will leae New - York a'ter the nanus open, and arrive in l r.iia - detphia before the hours ol business, without fatigue in travelling or want ol sleep, tue land car riage being mm ji lets man ny any inner route between the two cities. For seats in the above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUF.S. At t! e Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - iieiGeid street, north side of the Battery, between Greenwich and Washington streets, or to The CArTAlN on board, fjrjr - All goods nnd baggage at the risk of ihe O A tier. ap 4 isOIK.E. For the further accommo dation of the public, the departure of the Firedy from New - York ami Newburzh will be in luture on the following days : Leave New York on Monday, Wednesday nni Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newburgh on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at 8 A. M. The above arrangement will commence hy the Firefly leading Newburgh on Sunday, the 24th May. I tie western stage leaves .ewburgn imme diately after the arrival of the Firefly, my 22 EASTOB AND BETHLEHEM NEW" LINE, VIA SfV.W - lRCKSWICK, ff'J fjT" Passeoseri wi'l leave tt ! J: "iVew - York every Mondar Vn - X - . - nl .V Imd Friday, at fl o'clock, rjSr. M. in the steam boat Oil e branch ; lodge at New Bnioswick ; leave there early next morning, and arrive at Easton at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Returning, leave Laston every Tuesday nnd Friday, at 5 o'clock, a. ii , loose a: iNew BmnswicK ; arrive at New York at 10 o'clock next inoinine, in the steam boat Olive Branch. The stage connected with this line is a good four - horse stage. rasace Worn n. nrunswicLc to r.aston. 3TJ50 : from Easton to Bethlehem, 75 cents. For teat in theahove line,apply to WM. B. JAQL'ES, at the Philadelphia Union Line Steam - Boat Otuce. north side oi the battery. iftUULK l i.t. l au.i, proprietor. Je I3tf FOH PHILADELPHIA, ELIZA BETll - TOH.V POLYT. PUof - COACH LINb, Through in a day and by day - litht, LEAVE. New - York in the steam - boat Atalanta, from the foot of Whitehall - street, near the Bv.terv, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Foquire at No. 1 Courtlandt - street and No. 53 Whitehall - street, at which place leal may be taken. Je20 tf TO LET. A dry Cellar, under the house No. 29 Pine - street. Enquire of MR. SMEDKS, my II tf 134 Pearl - street. WANTED, A GIRL from 12 to 15 years of age, of good character and steady habits to assist in a fam ly. Apply at 74 Leonard - street. Je29 UOHOKEX HOTEL. THE house lately occupied by Mr. David Godwin, has been ucwly furniihed, and is in compleat order lor the reception of boarder. Parties can be accommodated with dinner rn the shortest notice. Tea, coffee, ice - cream, mead. cake, fruit, fcc. with a variety of the best liquors will he always in readiness. A Hits boat will start from each siJe of the siver puix - tually at every hour from j o'ciotk m tne mornm; uuul Sin the evening lulj C 2w S. BURNS. SzsssaaaaasMaK - d TV... - mM ft. . - I tin 'Til E SOOJW STMM HOAT LTM - . , ihe propnuors, wnb a ' view of M:coiniuof1,ittii(j ihe h i i I Hi h, - .i t.inl - tiur .. iiiw. .ydV.. J&i'Liiitn Norwich, intend innUir.v tlie expvruiitiii null the Fulton, C'npt. i.nv, an; this route (if found practicable wili necontiiiiKd duiln,; the season. ' The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, as fallows ; The Connecticut, Crpt. Bunker, M - ill leave New York every ."Monday, IV'dntsday nnd Friday, at 8 o'clock,., in the morning, lor New - Haen. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave .Von A at 6 o'clock in the rooming of the tame days, touch at JVeu' - Awirfun and depart from thence for Jftie - Huttn nt li o'clock. The boats will meet at A'ete Harm, ami depart from thence every Monday, lt'tdnrt - dvnnd Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut for STtie - l'ork, and the Fulton for Jfnr - lAmdnn and JN'ottctrA. mh 17 NKMHUHIIM Mild CASSSUAI(.UAMAIl, - tUUr TRBZK TIMF.8 A WEEK. VfrTf'St I EAVES Newborgheve - ftar?" M Sunday, Tuesday, "ryn'lt Thursday mornings, at - "Tsy . " - three o'clock, run tlirough Montgomery, Bloomingburgh, MonticcUo, by White Lake, Coshecton, Mount Pleaant, Great uena, inenango point, Uwega, lthica, nnd Ge neva, toCanandaieua, Returning leaves Canandaigua every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at three o cior.K, and arrives at Newburjrh, the. third day in time to lake the Steam - boata which arrive irk New - Yot k the following1 morning. fjj" It may lit trpnlid mat at all tvnttvlim Ihe stram - hoats alter their dcyt of running, that lids line mil alter so as to meet them. The whole route will be perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of Rovemiier and from the lirst ot November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four days and from the 15th December, un - til the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaigua in tour days. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive m Canandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced drivers. Every atten tinn will be paid to render tlie passage of the traveller sate, easy ana expeditious ; ami it m believed that thcuccomniodationg on this line are eipuHo any line id the state. ffj PARK 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 ami Painted Post, to Butli, fee. V BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloomingburgh,") K. C. St. John, Mount Pleasant, i L. Jfc R. Manning, Chenango, iFroprie - - Luther Gere, lthica, tors. Samuel tireenliff, Geneva, I Oliver l'helpt, Lansing, J mh 14 d6m EASTON MAIL STAGE, THROCCR I.V I DAY. THREE TIMES A WEEK. sffl'SH' Op" ,,e proprietors ack - J.. .iri knowledge with giatitude the y t - I - Tieotimgement tti - ' - 'ei'm4iu ri - ttiinro received they hae ed in this lino, toe ibcreiore induced to exedite the travelling on thi route ; and in order to accomplish it, have provided tbemtlvct with four changes of horses, which are placed ate - qualdittancei on the route. It will leave White's Hotel, Euston, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 4 o'clock in the morning, arrive at Elizabeth Town Point in time to lake the steam boat Atalanta, at 5 o'clock. Leave New York at 5 o'clock, every Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday, and arrive at Easton enily in the evening ; tare through five dollars, nr.d a generous aiiownnceol baggage, gratis. Asthisstnje passes near me celebrated springs on ccbooley's Mountain, passengeis taking this line will be carried to the springs without any extra charge. The proprietors pledge that nothing shall be wanting on their part to make this a pleasant route. The drivers are careful and accoiomoda - tiiis. ror seats, apply Io James Patien. Court - land street, or on board the Atulanta, and White's Hotel, Easton. I. Z. U J. DRAKK. Chester, June 20 Je 20 1m NOIiCE. (XJ - Steam Boat Olive CfCx Uha.tch will sail eveiy nnday, at 1 1 o'clock round VrSr - J!" Maten Island, and occasion ally, ii ht wiuJ and tide will peiniit, to the hook. This heaulilul sail will contribute both to health and pleasure, nnd is ns cheap a recreation as can be lotml. Parties who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, give in their names tlie day preceding, at the oiTice in Markclhtdd street, uoithside ol the Battery. Dinner on board, nt the usual price. Passage Us children h. If price. my 13tf IliK AiK.lM - liU.H .1 J. - I I. A A 1.1, tUll t - LlZALhl iriOWA' POINT, . T EAVES N York each - 1 av ""ys except - eil. from the foot of VVhite - liatl Mteet uf ar Hie Battery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. ; leaves Elira - helhtowu Point at (i o'clock A. M. and half past 12 o'clock and half past 4 o'clock P. M. Je 20 tf jWATH HIV EH A I KAM - UUA I i, (k7 un the nth ol May, commenced running four r timet a week. A Boat lleave New - York on Tues day, at ! o'clock, A. M ; Wednesday, nt 5 P. M; r nuay, at A. m. and Saturday, at 5 P. M. ol each week ; nnd a boat leave Albany on Mon day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at V t. ill. The Fire - Fly leave New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturcay, at 3 A. M. for Newburgh, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A.M. JP26 BATH. THE subscriber respectfully informs the citi - tens of New - York, traveller and invalids, that his house at BA1 II it now open lor their reception ;it situation is, probably unequalled on the continent within a short distance of the city and io view of Sandy Hook. It presents the finest prospect, and lor salubrity of air and the advantages of Sea Bathing is probably, w ithout a rival. He has erected several new Bathing Houses, and a floating bridge to receive the steam - boat his larder it we l stocked with all the delicaciei ol the season. Travellers from the southward can be accommodated with boarding and Lodging on reasonable terms, and transient person will liod it a healthy and agreeable retreat. JOHN COLEMAN, A CARD. The subscriber respectfully notiflc the publiiyjhnt passengers for BATH and the NAR - KOWbin the steam boat Nautilus will, on Sun day next, nnd until further notice, he taken from V lute Hall at It) o'tlock in the forenoon, (instead of 5 o'clock in the morning) and will be called for acnin about half past 5 in the afternoon. Pleasure boats can come up with safety to the bridge. JOHN CULbtVlAN, Je 12 lm tVH SALE, A farm of lietween sixty and seventy acies, situate on the west bank ot Lake Otsego, and one mile from the village of Coope rstown. On it are a new ttone house 54 lett square ; a new larm house, barn, Sic. It forms a desirables tabluhment for a ecntleman v ishing to retire into tbe country, at its situation, a to prospect, convenience to market, 6ic. is not surpassed hv any in the interior of the state. It will be sold low for cash, on a credit, or exchanged for property in tt.iscit, goods, fcc. Apply to H D. 6. R. SEDGWICK, my 7 tf Lew Buildings. '"t A :M'IV, p - .' ., ktw .. te I - , .j,. .., , u . - . vr - : r,ru...s - t; - rr - i.. . j" i L - jniw . x.'i ' Sf,. - - anil rtni t;' t ...m. .. a . . ' wiSfjf bei abuse of WEI.CUky. I v - . rash. fnriiiarr.ntinre . ned use tHereoi, .iRI betB prod.1 ZZZ2 t:ve of intm.te mischief. - loT sand are annually mercurialized out of ex. V ccce. The disease we have iu vr. - v owe its r. tal result ch.ef3y to U is jource. What a oi that a yoeng man, the io4wt of his country , ' the darling of his prenrt. 4iou!d be Mitciled . way from nU the prospect and enjoyWt.uii 0? i;, by ihe comequtm.e. of one ucguinid boC iiid by a disease not in its own nattre fatal, ant which only ) prove. ,ofroro neglect or improp,, treatment.'" A geatleniar, (late Dr. , ' tier.t) now iierfeciiy beany 8Pd we h d under physician of general practice, nx veanT snd ieatedlj snlivat.d; when recommended ti Dr. II. (hy a gentleman ol this city) fcj, bo ' were carious, and his Cetb dioppinjj from thT his friends tleclared he reuld not possibly tuni'. t wo raontht lorger. Thousandt exrmncsitaiu know with what esse end tistefyDr. H eradi cute the severert cases, and confirmt the consi; tution. .The. Doctor' plan (luiveitisine) ,?,' cetsary to guard tl pnblic ncninst the anose i mercury, and other fatal delusions, hekl forth Persons, therefore, having contr.:d ,. J vat disorder, or uspectwg lattr.1 wison r. admonished not to tamjier with their coztlfitii tion, or conceal the disorder, till past recovl ry ; others having the remains of an old cat. or other impurities of the blood, at well atoth' er cemplaiiitt of a delicate nature, in eithsi tex. should remember posterity, and do jtjMi. . to their consciences, by making appllcaric. iVTJ 7 . . " . "rH "ouruouse wil of Old - thp, to obtain that prompt aitittnoce one calculated to prevent ditclosure. And h,. ic. rue emim your tenout attentior Remen h.. it nnprn'isl i - nr ia r - ti n . , 1CU1LSI siii - m, radically done, you will certainly In. tt uorder break out again with redouhM in. Iignily, at oDie future 1ienod ; perhan, then wd! he too (ate for remedy. Don't you often me i the streets miserable, mutilated teina. vithnl'. even a bit of nose on their face i Take warn e I beseech you. "e warning, Dr. H'. character for kill aod ttubborn inte - gnly hemg universally known in Ui. city tine. IK04.L'ii:irantee to n.iHnt. .k. j" C"T' F .1 . . ' neiicacy ami . rieevhitherto unknown, nnd h;n.. . '.JI ,.. y,r ," i ""' eaemsiveiy io uie curn( ihseasrs of the blood system, they may safelycaU ciilate on Oie most decided advantage LI con. suiting Ir. H. Gleet eradicated in twe or three weeks. Strictures removed wifhnm hnn.:.. . '.. rarli. - u Inri'Dr. n... t . . - - - - - ""f,iTv fnr nay rrn er instrument ; nnd all dehiJrt.es; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's Air. A plurality of offices are prorided, and o sift, ated that patient are not exposed toeach other - t observation. Opej UI half pntt 9 in the evening .... , ... ........... ,.,, ln ,u UB ree culling, and trieaking with Dr.H. which it tr.. nf n I A ...I 1, - a ,k I ft, . . . iitm me lyutiur t - Honnt avoid tlit expression of gratitude for innumerable recoir.. meudation, and lor Ihe decided preference fit - ..,.. niiMjuiiiauK ijog givui nim ov i tudiciout nuhlic. ...ffl. . .. . ft J ' . . . N.B. All tetters must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 lit jYLUrtUi walk km jsoh iMtiTl. itIU.V. DR. EVANS' superin .metliod ofcuringacei - tain Disease, innnis un,.,,. ally acknowledged in th t city ; his mode of treatuiM t is periectly mild, tafe, ei. neditious, ruid hit char?. reasonable. In every u. dance he warrant a curt. - 1 he sun lest secrecy always ohterved. niere are many persons in this citv n.l ;t. .i. cinity, laboring under variou chronic disease such at cancers, nld inveterate Dicers, ttivniii' or kings evil, fistulas, disease of the asntbrs. bladder nnd kidnies, old complicated complaint of a certain nnturt, bilious aud other obttruts tivms, rlieumatism, Ac. which they consider iocs, rattle, they can certainly be cured fin genera') by applying at Dr. EVANS'S MediralStore, lVo. 9, Peck - slip, bavins practised in exuf.sit hospitals in Europe 12 years, under tone of It lirst Surgeons and Physiciant in the world, are made those obstinate diseases his constant ttntt for 30 years. ot It TT" The subscriber having recently returned from F.ngland with an important improvement on the artificial spring LEG, he take thi method of informing his friemls and the publir, that all those who are so unfortunate as to be In want of a leg, or arm, they can be acromniodatrd by ap plying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jau 22 WM. PURVIP. AFRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall - street, gentle - . mi n's dressing room, has for sale a few Razors of Damask Steel, made hy the celebrated Marguin, of Paris, tie has also received an as - so it nit ut of Ihe best English Razors, which lie warrants good. If proved to the contrary, money refunded. Mr. FRUMENTO returns hit sincere thank to his customers, and the public in general, for their very liberal patronage, and solicits a continuance of their lavours. He has liken ise procured a very fine hone, and engages to restore razors to a very keen edge, and should they not cut well he will receive no recompenre. rAnf lamn trlift itihej - riKn Itv fhft nuarf. srill have their apparatus kept exclusively for tbea - ives. Acobitait sepply of la die Beaver Hats, fi esh from themf - ' nufactoiy, suitable tor the tooth - era market, ar.d packed at the horteit notice,' 3! WILSON'S, 160 Broadway - mny IO MASUNS. PROPOSALS will be received at No. 15! Washington street, for building a honse, a - greenhly with a plan there left, for a tavern, en the corner of the Bowling Green and State - street. Je 18 t.LMA.SV PIA.VO fOH'JEH. 103. WILSON, 14 Maiden - Lane, hajuttre - si reived by the Venus 'aree assortment of excellent Piano Fortes Patent Flutes ""laff" . lilS A.C. manufactured expressly for him by Ct menti i Co. London. Also, Piano Forte Strings 411 sets , new music, and every article in the m - teal line ; instruments takeu in exchange, and tuners provided. my 29 tf NKW - iORKt PRIXTED. AMD PUBLISHED . MICHAEL BVHJS - llAM k CO. No. 43 Wii.i.i - ts.kit orrosiTst TBI BaraC Cofi - xi: - House.

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