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INSOLVENTS, - ADVERTISING FOR THE xtLNFJTT OFTHE ACT IN THIS STATE. ri riM tii Alui Aeoos, th rriciAi. "Arxa. . : ffnJYrBtfart Richard Rtker, Recorder. Pbilo Hale, Sept. 18 Silt Leckwood, Aug It Jnhn W. PoweIL Bent. 9 Joseph Boyd, Aug. 18 ' Jooa VV. Richardson, Aug 12 Pa ton Gav.. Aur. 25 . Timothy Woodruff, and Philetui H. Wood - rnn, Aura. Jabec Harrison, Aug 8 ' JtitiH I. Ryan, July 31 Willfcm King, An. 15 ' , - IfceraVI Turr. Auk 1 . WilliamS, Molchku ft Stephen llotchkiss July 24 Isaac Treat, July 24 . - 1'fir.iia nlarr. and Thomas Morton. Allg. 8 Aa Taylor and Thomas H. Ooddard, Jul 18 Peter Townaeod, Aug. 6 r.Li:. firmn b fumnr w. Greene. A us 1 Janet Hun (ins ton, Aug 8 - Franklin Green, aod Samuel W. Green, Aug 1 Andrew Bache, July 14 ; Alfred P. Edwards July 14 . FtraBelden, July 2 Albany county Hefort rnuip o. r wn ie carder, tn Albany. John G. Wheelock, July 24 ItliMael L. Wilson, July 17 CjIm Kellogg, Aug 6 ' Brfvrt Lstet Howe. Eser. William Colter, Aag IS . Kheoeier Gallup, Aug. 5 He u hen Lunmonse, Aug. 5 John Thompson, July 28 .ViUUlim CvUniyaefor rr.icr amun, jtrtijwg in Peterboro'. Abraham Shaft, Aug 29 Adam Buyer, July 25 William Spencer, Aug. 15 Charles Adarnt, July 25 Richard G. Iiaeson, July 18 - . Btbrt John B. l ata, 17. Joshua Ward, Sept. 12 OUego County Beore Joseph IFAi'e, Jirit .. . . Judge in the town of Cherry Valley. Soencer Esmond. July 25 City of Trait Before William L. Marty, Eiq Obadiah r inch, Aug. 24 Jonathan Parks km 17 Samuel D. Phillip, July 30 , . i . Befort the Recorder. lYerraan Decker. Aug 17 OnonMitga Cmtnly - Bejort Joshua Forman,firti Jung vnonaaga. Lewit Kennedy, Sept. 11 JXichoVat Millennial, July 14 Jetse Johnson,' July 14 William Hutchinson, Aug 14 Michael B. Hutcluns, Aug. 4 teektelChapmAn, July 28 Waslivngtm County Befort Anthony 1. Blanch , - ard, n Salem. Villiam Crigbtnn, Sept. S Ira Bragg, Aug. 7 Simeoo Crauriall, July 20 - , B'ort H. C. Martindate. Joseph Wkkes, Aug 15 Gentssee tounty - Before John H. Jones, Jin Judge, t Leicester. Fx. - a Fbil.'ipa, tent. 21 a!ilton Fox, Johnson Bedell, and William Parker, A us. 15 Linm Peck, and Alfred Pemben, Sept. 19 Stephen Moon, July 24 Bicel Sherwio, Aug 10 Saratoga tounty Before Salmon Child, Jlrtl Judge, in Ortenfietd. John Scott Aug 12 William Smith, July 25 " Abraham Duggan, nud John Scott July 20 Hudson City btfore J. D. .Vonell. John Dewey, Aug.,14 Jacob Dtlaniatter, Aug, 8 hoiilh Caatle, July 31 ZiraTtow bridge, July 21 tnrlM G. Irish, Aug 12 Jnhn Hin.t. An? G DhTid Colou. July 13 Columbia County - itore JJtn I. Miller, Ei. Kphruitil 1 5 Blank, Aug Vntn Vdfpr. Aug U HeorvP. Groat. Julv 13 Ch'nango eoutity - Before Oiadiah German, Eq. . xnJVottneh. Arthur N. Deipn?, Sejit3 . Aa Mar. JuIt 20 Mmtfomtry emmty Before Alexander Sheldon, wjI Judge tn isiariaton. ' Petrr Brown, Aug 15 Peter N. Quockenooti, Spt 12 Ahrahain Vaa Doren, Sept. & , Ileory B. Vrooiuan, Aug 8 ' ' John Montanye. Aui. t Sleuben county - Before TVmai M'Burney, Jinl Judge, tn fainlt i - l'ott. 1 Paid Chace, Aug. 8 Oneida rmaity Before Moms S. Miller. , Robert Dyer, July 25 ' Before Nathan H'illiam. , . Fleam Haxen, Sept 12 Elijah Adtit, Sept. ' Joteph l uroer, Aug. 15 Nathaniel Kent. July 18 Or&ige countyBefore Xfathan II. Wale, Etq. Al Uotnen. Jolm M'Cartcr, Jr. Aug. 8 . . - JametM. Matiei, Aug 1 Fbeofier S.M'Garrali, Aug 1 1 U . T . .. 1 T tronia Fdaall, An; 1 Jdinea Wa!tr, Aug I ' Joel Wheeler, mn. July 25 Schoharie County, btfore IFm. Btehnan, Eiq at Sharon. Joseph M'Daniel, July 18 Jtfferton Couiity...Bcfoit W. D. Ford, F.pbraim Carey, Aug 20 - Ziai Carey, Aug 17 ' liaac Cora well, ir. Au;. 12 Morrii Burtth, Sept. 10 rVu'.haniel Whitney, Aug 1 .'oho Young. Julv 27 'Farrington Wood, July 26 Sulomuo Rich, July 19 v Before Judge Cole. Au?uitm Sacket, Sept. 14 hitches Cowitf Before Jam:! Emott, Esq. Joseph Ug'len, July 15 Warren County before ll'm. hobardi. Milton BotUick, July 18 Suffolk Count - before T. Strong, Esq , Phineat Whilion, June 3l Sullnan County, before nunam.t. itonjiwi, . . Esu. ul Thompson. Benjamin Rumtey, Aug 2G Benager Fdwardi, July 27 Scie fi. Bowers and John Marshall, Aug. 31 - . Franklin County, before. H Ibon Man, Esq. Rohcrt Cooper, Aug 10 Btfore JV. iV. Hoteeil, Esc. at Canandaigua. Jlotwell Drigg, Aug 10 Aialiel A. Ilurd. July 18 . ; Jamei Stoddard, July 31. Perry KataeU, July 21 Clinton County, before Pliny Moore, Eq. Tliny M. Rogert, Aug. 11 Befort K. H. H'alvouth, Esq'. M&rcui Heading, July 31 . Cayuga County, befort Judge Miller. Victory Touiley, Sept 7 CorJln(fr County, btfore Judge k'erp. Henry Jaooliy, Aug. 27 William Morton, July 89 C.ofuipiecMmy.&tortZeJu Contnr, Esq. WiUiamOluey, Sept. 19 , Jol'.o Keeny, Aug. 26 Joepb H. Akin, July 15 Qiieeni Cma(y - J30,e fffinham Uvrence. John Gtiff.n, Aug. 3 . fSi" Cimiiijf fcrbre Suat Stow. Jared Topping, July 2t king eotmty, befort IFm. Fsnnon, l7. Peter Baition. Aug. 3 7 Broome County, Iffore jvige Droit. Alexander Decker, Sept J Jamea vVillhm jr. Sept. 5 William Cooper, Aag 15 Aia Smith, July 3J St. Lmerence County, before Judge Fori. Airm Underwood, Sept. 14 John Thomat, Aug 8 titkiei Kiajbail, Auj. 15 v Putnam - ' Before U. Garrison, Esf. Williaoi Brewater, Aug 17 ' PeUr Beyen, Jury 17 . , - . Remuelaer county, before Judge Mastert. .; Heary A. Lake, Aug 12 r WdUamForkaoiiLJuly25 ' Before Dovtd Buel, jun. Davit Packard, Aug. 8 . Jnhn I. VWatfwrwax. Sent. 9 Caularaugus Before Timothy H. Porter, Esq. EoochMarth, Sept 14 ; Schenectady, before O. Cleveland. Jamet Sward, Aug 25 ..'',. H'eit - Chester Cmauy, tfftrsCal b Tompkins, Itaac Brown, Aug 1 Tempkint County, before Jolm button. Daniel Benjamin, Sept 22 MAHOGANY SOFAS. CHAIR AKD CABI - RET MIR1MTUK.K, Mo. 49 BELK MA ff - STREET. mriE tubacriber beet leaTa to return hnio X cere tbankt to thote ladiet and gentlemen who have been kind eoouzh to honor him with their command!, and to iniorra Uieia, and trie ad mirert of handsome furniture in general, that he hat on band aoro very elegant aofat, chairs, card, Pembroke and extending patent dining tablet, a - rand sideboard, inlaid with hieh polished ornamental hraat - work and rote - wood, card ta blet to match. Grecian coucbet, sofas chaise lounee. music ftools, chairs, - tic. Also, a li brary ttepchair, the utility of w liid he particu larlv recomruenrlt. All lurniture warranted of the hett quality and workmaotnip, and ot tlie newest Jyiropeaa lasn ions. Orders executed to any part of the union to any Urawinj, on trie moil reasonable terms aud Duuctualitv for cash. Ladiet or gentlemen hariiig fancy woods, may have them manufactured to any article they with, by applying at above. my ) 2m A. M. HAYWOOIJ. KXUlllTIOM OF TBI Fl MB ATS, COLUMBIAN PICTURE GAl.LF.RY. Aa. 146 Fulton - it reel, near Broadiray. TTy II E proprietor cf this valuable and ex ten 'A tive collection of pictures, embraces the ariportunity of inlorming connoisseurs and ama teurs of the Cne arts and Uie enlightened public of New - York, that the gallery will in future be oiien from H in the morning till half past 10 at nisht. Fro'a 8 iu the evening to half past 10, the gallery is lnluantly lighted up, and the ad - oiusinii only 25 cents These pictures have been collected, at the ex pcrue of 25000 dollars, and are allowed, by the bett judges to be the finest tpecimens of the art ever exhibited in the United States, being trents selected with peculiar care, from the va rious cabinet in Rome, Maple?, Florence, Am sterdam, Paris and London, and the works ofthe most approved painters both bl the ancient and modern rehools, and are undoubtedly originals Artist.', ladies or gentlemen, will be entitled to s'.udy, orcpy auy of the pictures by becoming subscribers ladietr gentlemen, who have iultcribeJ one dollar, on payinganother, will be considered subscriber! for the season. Lr Admittance, for the day and evening, SO cents ; for a month, $1 i for the season, $2 ca talogues included. Je 24 lm" PA PENT BUG DESTROYING LIQUID, A CERTAIN and never failing poison for bed bug. It willeiteriLinate them at using, without staining the furniture, or being accom panied u ilh that disagreeable amell usually at iiiduig the application of other poisons. For saio in buttles, at 4s. each, at r. DICKIE'S Medicine Store, 395 Broadway. X. B. A large assortment of genuine Druss ami warranted palcut Medicine, for tale aa - hove. Je 19 tm &LVEM1I WARD. fjUBLIC notice is hereby given, that the As - L tcttorsof the seventh ward have completed their assessment, and t'int a ropy thereof it left with David Lyon, at No. C4 Market street whert; the tame may be seen and examined by uv of the innamtaiili iluring ten days Imm ten o'clock, A. M. to three P. M. and that the As trsson will meet on Friday, the tenth dny of .Iu ly, at the house ol trie said uavid lyon, in revii w tiieir taiu usestme..ts on ine application 01 an) person conceiving himself aggrieved uiv in Liu.i, Assessors 01 uie nn JAMESON COX.f ward. New Yortt, 29lh June, 1KI8. Je29 I4t J OHN HEW I I T ttili resides nt No. 242 Wa trr street where he hat a very handsome and fashionable a tort men t of Cabinet Furniture ou hand, which be will warrant to be af the Grtt d'lalitr. He solicits his Xew York and southern friends to give him a call, at he flatten himself they will not be disappointed. Urdert executed at the shortest notice. Jet II PROSPECTUS for rtTFLisHisn by suBtcmrno A MAP OF MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. ' 1 il E publication of this Map hat been under X taken with the impression, that it will ev hit jt information, hizhly interesting at this evenl - lui crisis, and the valuable Mapa wnicntne author has procured, during his several tourt through Mexico, in the Tears 1U06. 1807, 1812, 1813, 1815, 1816, and 1P.17. imluc e him to Derive that the Map, with even all its imperfections, will be much the roost perfect which liat uppeareu nc fore the public. This Man will contain the latest and best in formation from the discoveriea and possessions of the American, Spanish, Russian, British and r rench travcliert and navigatort and represen tiug the claiint of their resixctive governmtnt on the Northwestern coast of America. The Map will include that portion of North America, which lies between the llhmus of Da rien, and the4tith degree of North Latitude, and from the Mississippi River westwardly to the I antic ucean. In size the Maa will he about iix by five feet and will be projected on a scale of 40 miles to the inch, to be delivered to the tvhicribers at fifteen dnj!aranch. N.iti hes March 7, 1818. ap7lAnl ; I O.ST - ALTA For tAl - tor to LET, and 1 I immediate frfistession given, the beautiful place called Mont - Alta, seven milet from the City - Hall, on the North River, adjoining Lord Courtena)'s. lt contains SO arret of hind under improvement, with a large garden well stocked with vegetables a variety of fruit, with nery convenience for a family. For terms which are very reasonable, nod if told a long credit gi ven i wanted, .ply to N. AC U. 1 AL.CU 1 1 G4 tioutl - alret. Je li rOti, SALE, M reams ol Cam: Paper, tniU V hie for Ban Box makers or tugar Baker". I'he quality and size it the tame as the Eveuing l ot it printed on. Apply at tint omce. Je IU t)R SALE. AVERY fine family grey HORSE, fir gig or saddle. ALSO, a very fine brown Horse and a good Coachkk, with Harnett, with three seatt. (very suitable for travelling,) Apply to wm mowlet 1 Livery Stable, No. T - J John street. J 7 lw r'OUKIH WARD. PUBLIC notire it hereby given, that the Assessors of the fourth ward have completed their assettroer ts, and that a copy thereof it left with lewi llartuian. at No. 423 rear! street where the tame may be seen and examined by any ofthe inhabitants during ten days from this ay, and that tbe asiewort win meet on r nnay, uly Oih, at tbe store of L. Uartman, to review their laid atteatmeols 00 the applicatsoa of any person conceiving mmseii asgrievec. i.r.wis iiAiiiiiA.,f Anestortoirne PETER BOXNETT.J fourth ward. New York, June 29lh. 1818. J 29 lot ' TO LET', A pleasant back room, at no. 58 Wall street, suitable for a lawyer's office. Possession immediately. Apply in tbe front omce. J 4 rl WO or thrte in gle gentlemen can be hand Jr om'y acommodated with board at No 39 Broadway Je 2'i 1m EARlHtNUAKE lUOrraUt of Eartln - ware, partirular.y selected for thit market, now landing ex thin Martha, from Liirioo). U lor kM h Tllnrrj ia . .... . 1 2 10 Iont ttreet, and in be set the near Uie dar G. to now give best use in sil from 01' gttat of Hi sou the of w the the ing for of WIIEATO.V8 ITCH OlSTiMEN T. THE long and taccessat Die of tliii ointment ia a tnificKnt lecommf ndatioo, at it hat been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain remedy for that disagree aU disease ia all lit ata 5es. 11 ia lor tare in we cny or ntwion, vj . A. Ac W. R. Pott, No. 41 Williaattreet; I. & T. Clark. No. 85 Majden - Laut ; 0. 11. tchietTtliu & Co. No. 193 Pearl tUeet : Law rence Si Keete. No. 195 Pearl - ftrret : Hull tt Bowne, Ud Pearl - ttreet ; R. lit L.' Murray, 313 1'earl - ttreet J. M. Bradl.urst, 314 I ean - tireei ; Juha Penford. No. 4 Fkti her - ttrtet :'Duryee li Poe, in Pearl - ttreet; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich street; John P. Fisber, 108 Broad way : Walter & Seaman, cornet ofChamber - tt Broadway, and alto inChatham - atrett J and short it may be procured at most of the Drug Store in tint city Alto in Philadelphia, of S. Witherell k Sona ; George Harrell , North ts Ro gers, and almost ail the druggitU iu Uie principal towns in the United Statet. , . LIKKWIBK. WHEAT0N9 JAUNDICE BITTERS may had at the above placet. iaos2tim VAtUABLL RKAL ts toil pALt, 15 THK tITW OF HKW - TOBK. iIVE lots of ground on the wctt side of Green - wich - rtreot, netween v estry aud uesbroa - - slreets, 25 by lit). four do in the rear of uie aoove, fronting on east tide of Washiogtoo - itreet, 25 by !t0. Fight do in the bloc k below, between Washington and Wett - ttreets. la Montgomery County. C000 acres of Land io Lawrence't purchase, rUist Canada Creek, ou Uie north tide ol Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15,162 acres of Laud, iu the townt f Mount Morrit and Dayton. In Essex County, 7332 acres of Land in the town of Barrymore. In the County of Lewis. . 1250 acret ol land in Catterlaud, Chatianir Purchase. - In Saratoga County. 2C0O aciet in Palmer's purchase. ' ' ' Enquire at the office of the aubacriber, 34 Cc - - strett. DEV. ROBINSOS. mh 17 tf SAUNDEK'S PA'l EM RAZOR STROP. You that wish to shave with ease, Buy of Savkders it yon please.; Hit Rator Strop's, peculiar such, That sharps the Razor with atouch. GSAl'NDER. - i resrectiully solicits thote . who have not got his Pateut Raxor Strop, furnish themselves with hit new invented Rator Strop, and Metallic Composition. No gen tleraan who once makes trial of one of the Strops offered, will ever try any others; and tuchis their formation, that ever to much ute will not the razors that roundnesa which renders the cf them useless, and which it well known al - wayt to follow the application of all those hitherto invented. The above strops are in general in New York, and are distinguished Irom all others. Barbers who have used them tay more their praise than 1 can myself. r cinvnrnc 18 Wall - street. Also for sale. Razors. Soap, and every uten for Shaving, of the first quality, with a superior nssoitmriit of Perfumery, Hair - Powdtr,&c. Smyth's, New tiond street, London. N. B. The most liberal allowance made to dealert. my 22 FOR SALE OR IX) LH.ASF, Lots in the 5. 6. K. and 10 Wards: manv which are on regulated and paved streets. No money will b? required under ten years, if told, iDitfesi excepteo. Several two and thrte story houses, on which a part of the money remain on mortgage. L.A.MIINU AT Kr.U IIOUK. An excellent si and lor business with ten acret land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, storehouse - nd barn. COTTON and WOOLEN M ANUFACTORY, bear New - liavcn, with 40 acret of land, and a never failing stream, upon w hich 20 mills may be erected, wuh a aunicieocy ol venter lor eacu. Apply at no. x Greeuwirti - tueet. jan 13 tf fill Tie elecant 3 storv house No. 7 Hun - street, wl.ii ii c (i.nmanJs a lileatacl vicv ol Park and nvcr. I osiession may be nud in a few day. Also lor tale, the furniture of tnid bouse. It is the bett quality ; well fitted, and suitable to a genteel family. Apply aa above. my 1 1 11 FUR SALt, A farm on tbe Hudson, about a mile from Newhurgh, containing 133 aciet, 33 of hich are Woodland, the rest it divided by good fence into a due proportion of meadow, nra'ulr and pasture land. The building! are partly new ; house convenieut for atmall family : its situ ation 11 equalled in beauty by tew on the river ; advantages from the vicinity of a flourish - village, of public worship, society and good market, with the facility of communication with New 1 ork, render 11 a uenranie resilience a gentleman. 4000 dollars of the purchase money may remain on mortgage ; the payment the rest will be made easy to the purchaser. Apply 00 the premises to jevjii 1. vr.nri.Aiiv. The subscriber oilers for aale his resi deuce ia Uie town 01" Fairfield, state of Connecticut. It it pleasantly situated, on the Boston road, about hull a mile Irom Long Islaml sound. 55 unlet irom New York, and 20 from New Haven. The house and out - houtet are in excellent repair. The fruit yard it well stocked with a variety of peaches, apricots cherries, rears and ttrawberriet. There are in the vicini ty academies for the education of youth of both exes Prom one to tit acret ol excellent land, at the option of the purchaser, can be had with the bouse, and the purchase money, if desired, ran remain on interest. For terms niiply to ISAAC M. ELY, Esq. 76 John street, N. 1 ork, or to the Hon. JONATHAN ST URGES, Fair field, Connecticut. my odtl IM ll r.1.1. IX) j.vr. SlH A counting Room, in the most central part of pearl stre.t. For particulars eniiiire at 19'. i:p tt - ir. JeJa MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY ttik citt or irrw - ioax. OF Tlie oldest Institution (ar Insurance against Jin in this ritv.i TNSURE against Losa or Damage by Fire, a Dwelling Houses, Ware Houses, UuiMmjrs general. Merchandise, Ships in iKirt and their Cargoes llousrhold Funu.are, and every d scriptioiiof perioral property, on terms as favo - ranie at Minuar ln.iiiuuui'.i 111 i'usliii. Thit Company is incorporated toltly for the nunose o( iusuring against lots et by fire, and lit' circumscribed its operations chiefly within tlii city arm immediate proximity. In addition tn Uie Capital Stock. 6(uj.Ua, in in to I 53 in et e to by of . which it secured by bond and mortgage on real ettatcand public storks this Company possesses a handsome surplus fund, invested in like manner ; parties assured may tlierefore repoto the lol - lest t onlirlcnce iu the solidity of its capital, and that on? losses or damage will be settled with promptitude and linerahty. Tbe different rides ol premium and condition of lnuranceare uniform with those ofthe other Fire Insurance Olnces io thiscity. 1 lie public are referred for particulars to the printed prop - Hals in circulation, and which may be bad 00 application at No 52 Wall street. GABRIEL FURMAX, President JOI1X PLNTARD, SecreUrj. may 28 post coach" Aio stf.am - boatuse; unrniiwiiiraM. BT WAT OV KLttABKTBTOWlf FOIXT. (Through in One Day.) . A NEW Line of Pott Coacliet with every cotf - ZX. venienre for patsengert and baggage, on Springs, ttartt from the Coach office, No. 1 Cowtland - ttrect near Broadway. New - York, every aaorning, (bundayt excepted) ata o'cioca, rne steam Boat Atalanta, via cnzaneiiiiown, brunt wick. Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the tame afternoon, at 4o'clo(k. . A second Line of new Pott Coaches will start from New - York everr morn in". fSundovt ex cented. 1 at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalan U, lodge at j renton, anu arrive ai rniiaueipuia, afeteaoiboat. next morning at IU o'ciock. Fare 5 dollars. P. S. Pattci.gert are requested call ami take their Seatt ut the omce ao. 1 Coartlaud - tt. N. Y. United Statet Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Wathuigton - Oty, with every convenience for rattensert and baggage, ou springs. The U. S. mail coach will start from Uie coach office. No. 1 Court lamlt - tt. New - V ork, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Phil adelphia next morning at bo'clock. Uuiy o pat sengert admitted. r ur khii 111 1110 huuvc nuweu usura, yy'J .v HOS. WHITFIELD, at the old ettablitlied Cinch, and Steam Boat office, No. 1 Court - landt - ttieet near the corner ol Broadway, new - York ; or to A. T.GOODRICH 61 CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street and at No. Whitehall - it reef, New - York. (fc - AU goodt ami baggage at the risk ofthe owner. JOSfcPH HON, SUNS &. CU. N. B Expreiset tent to any part of the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je S.4 SWIFT SURE MAIL COACHES, ' FOR railADELPBIA, a "r. c ytWriiJIcepled) at bo'clock, and ar rive 10 rnimueipiua urn day t ilinner. I'he publick house 1 are good, and rrasooahle their charges The drivers, horses and coacli are rmt inferior to any othert now running between these two ritiet. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence ofthe roadtcn this rout, connected with the safety, comfort and reasonable 1 fences, are belt ived to be strong inducements traveller in giving this line a decided prefer ence. The ttrict:tt attention will be observed the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at me rise 01 the owner miles insured and receipted for by the clerk of said office. Stage fare only 5. with a generous allowance bnggnge. Parties wishing to travel at their leituie, may eng.ige the Conch on reasonable termsexclusively to themselves, by applying one day previous to ttarting. H or teatt abpir at Northern Hotel, no. Courtlandt - itreet, New - York. Lt I ON, SONS, C. J. ap 2 Proprietor . I'MON LINE 11 J UaVftV ar . - - - FOR PHILADELPHIA. Twentv - hve mile! land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new pott coaches $j Do good stagis 4 50 Do lorecastie or dock passengers, 3 50 Competed by the steam boats olive branch ard rilLanKi.rRlA. I he iteam - boat Olive Branch will lenve New York every day. Sun day's excepted, from the north tide of the Battery, at 1 1 o'clock, A.M. lVseniert w ill hxlge at Trenton, and take the ttcum boat Philadelphia, to attoarrive in Philadelphia at lOo'clock the next morning, in time to take the Union Line Halliniore tteam boats. Thw line hat a connection with the hett boatt on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; at alto those of the North River and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated to caute little, if any delay. This is a silt ed v and certainly the mott conve nient route, at the pattengert will leave New - York alter the banktopen, and arrive in Philadelphia before the boon of business without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the land carnage being much li st thao by any other route between Uie two cities. 1 or sent id the above line apply to WILLI A VI B. JAQUES, At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketfield street, north nd? of the Battery, between Greenwich and Washington streets of to The CAPTAIN on hoard. (y - All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. np 4 NO I ICE. For the further accommodation ofthe public, the de - rnarture of the r irtdy from ;New - York and Newburgh will be in lulure on the following dayt : Leave New York on Monday, Wednesday an1 buturdav, at9 A.M. Ijeave Newburgh ou Tuesday, Fnday and Sunday at 8 A. M. The above arrangement wiiicoiuuieuce ny we irtflv leaving Newburgh on Sunday, the '24th May. 'I he Western Stage leavet Newburgh imme diately after the arrival ol the Firefly. my 22 EASIOB AU BETHLEHEM HEW L1AE, VIA ISF.W - BRl - NSWICK. fr - Passenger will leave New - York every Monday ud Friday, at II o'clock, A. M. in the tteam boM Olive Branch ; lodge at New Brunswick ; leave there earlv next morning, and arrive at Easton at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Returning, leave Easton every Tuesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, A. 11 , lodie at New Brunsw ick ; arrive at New York at lOo'clock next morning, ui the steam boat Olive Branch. The ttage connected with this line il a good four - horse stage. l as'ace from N. Brunswick to L.istnn, 7350 ; from Easton, to Bethlehem, 75 cents. For teats in the above line, apply to WM. B. JAQUES, nt he riiiiadeipiua Union tine steam - iio.it UUice, north tide of the battery. KOBErlT LtTfcON, rrnpnetor. Je 13tf FOR PHILADELPHIA, Via F.LIZA B ETH - TU FA I'OIXT. POsl' - COACH LINE, Through in a day and by day - light, LEAVES New - York in the steam - boat, Atalanta, from the loot of Whitehiil - i - treet, near tbe Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquirt at No. 1 Courtlandt - street anJ No. 53 While - hall - street, at which placet seats may be taken. Je2(l tf TO LLT. A dry Cellar, under the houe No. 29 Pine - street, inquire 0J A1K. n.HLUtS, mylttf 134 Pearl - strt;tt WANTED. A GIRL from 12 to 15 years of age, of good i. . character and steady habits, tn asiiSl iu family. Apply at 74 Leonaid - street Je29 HO HOK EX HOTEL. f ItHE house lately occupied by Mr. David jL Godwin, has been newly furui - hed, and r in compleat order for the reception of boaidcrs. 1 arues can Le accommudaled wiln Uinoercu the tliortest notice. Tea, coffee, ice - cream, mead, cake, fruit. Sic with a variety of the best honors, will be alway in readinesa. A horse bot will start from ea h side of the siver punctually at ev - ry haw from 5 o "clock 10 tot meni'pg until C ia the evening. July 6 In S. BURX3. faalftajBaaaaWw - - t x 1 til are 11 the ut to !It S0VJVD STE.1M B0AT - LWF.. Ibe proprietors wi'h a - .; . . ' : . . 1 j - .t . F - vicw VI accunuuuuaung uie , yI '1 IV., .1 . L.ILI'U.U U.. jto Norwich, intend making Uie experiment withtlie Fulton, Crrpt Law, and thit route (if found practicable) will be continued during the teatoo. Tht line will ia future be from New - York to Norwich, at follc - vt: The Connecticut, Capl Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, W'.dntsday a.rj Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, tor New - Haven. The Fulton, C'apt. Law, will leave Jsorwich at 6 o'clock in the morning of thetanie days, touch at JVac - London and depart from thence for Jf no - Haven at tl o'clock. The boatt will meet at J'cv Haien, and depart from thi nce every Monday, H'tdnes - dny and F riday, at 7 o'clock In Uie evening the Connecticut for JS'ev - Fork, and the Fulton for jev - iAnann and JYoitcteli. mh 17 NkwaeMbH and utiMiAH.it mail - i auk THRU T1MBS A WKEK. ?T I tA V r.s newnurgh eve' - CJ I 1 r, Tn. uhi. and 1 Imrsday mornings, at three o'clock, runt throueh Montgomery, Bloomingburgh, Mouticello, by White Lake. Con bee ton. Mount Pleasant, threat Dcna,iienangoroint,Owega, Itbica, and Geneva, toCanandaigua. Ueturninrr leavet Canandiicuaeverv Mon. day, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at New - burgh, the third day in time ;o take the Steam - boals which arrive in .New; - York the following moniin (TT It may be expected that at all times when the steam - boats alter their days of running, that this uie u tu alter ta at to meet than. The whole route will be perfomed in three days from the first of May, until the first of November and from the hrst of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until Uie first pfMay, in four davs and from the 15th December, rrft - the fifteenth of March the tame lihe wiU be continued to the city of New - Yqrk and tun from thence to Cauaudaigua in four day'. . Passenger travelling' from New - York to Canandaigiia, Niagara or Hutialo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats and arrive 111 Canandaigua in three days a distance ofthree hundred nulca. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages ; good hortes, and cartful and experienced drivers Every attention will be paid torendet1 the patsageof the traveller aafc, easy and expeditious ; and it it believed that the accommodations on this line equal to any line in the state. 0" rAKfc trom Kewburgh to Canandaiirua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runt from Owego Tioga Point; thence through Newtown and Pain.eJ Peat, to Bath, fee. ." BAGGAGE, as usual, at the rink ofthe owners. I "avid Godfrey, Blofimingburgb,') E. C. St. Johu, Mount Pk asant, L. & R - Manning, Chtoaogo, vProprie - Lulher Gere, Ithira, f tort. Samuel Greenliff, Geneva, t Oliver PLtlpt, Laming, J mh 14 dfim EAST'ON MAIL STAGE, THROrCH 1ST I DAY. THREE TIMES iVtEK. fCr The proprietors ank - noniedge with giatitude the ncouragemt'lit tney have iieretnlore received in this n.. - , an 1 are thprelore inuueed in expedite travelling on thit route ; and in order to accomplish it. have provided themslvct with lour fhangttol horses, winch arc placed at e - qual distances on the route. It wiillcitve White's Hotel, r.aston, every . loud ay, Wednesday, and Friday, at 4 o'clock in the morning, arrive Liizabttn 1 own t'oint in time to take the steam boat Atalanta, at 5 o'clock. Leave New ork at 5 o'clock, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and arrive at Eastou early in the evening; lure through fite dollars, aid a generous allowance of hafgage, gratis. At this stage passes near the calebruted springs 011 Schooley't Mountain, paiseogen taking this line will be carried to the springs without any extra charge. The proprictr rc pledge that nothing shall be wanting on their part to make Uiis a pleasant route. The drivers Are careful and accommodating. Fur teals opply to Jamet Patten, Court - land street, or ou board the Atlanta, and White's Hotel, Euston. i. Z,. S J. JJIIAKE. Chester, Jnn 20 Je at lm NO I ICE. (ry Steam Boat Omve Bk a Ken will sail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock rouud ilateu Island, and occasion ally, 11 the wiud and tide will permit, to the lioulf. tins beautilui sail wiiuoutrihute both health and pleasure, and is as cheap a re creation aa can be found. Parties who mean to partake of this amusement will, if couvenient, give ia their names Uie day preceding, at the office in SJurketrjeW ureal, norm side 01 tne oat' tery. Dinner on board, at the usual prices. Pa.snge 8. children h. If price. my 13tf 711b. STFAM BOAT A'J.i L.AATA, i IUU r.L.li.lULl 11 JOll ELIiSAlJETUlOWN POINT, EAVES N, York each day, 6'uudays except - , froai tbe foot of White - hall street near the Battery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. M. aud 3 o'clock P. M. ; leaves Eliza belhtown Point at 8 o'clock A. M. and half past 12 o'clock and half past 4 o'clock 1'. M. Je20 tf .iXJhTU tillLR ST KAM' BOATS, On the lllhofMav, uinencea running lour r ' vWa - f times (aAaBSWHaBMVHjleave r timet a week. A - Boat leaves New - York on Tues day, at yi 'cluck, A. M ; Wednesday, at 0 1'. 51 Friday, at 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 5 P. M. of each week ; amd a boat leitfel Albany on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and' Saturday, at 9 A. M. I'he Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New hurgb, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and r ridav, at H A.m. je vt I3ATH. rpHE tubtcriber respectfully informs the citi JL tent of Sew - York, traveliert aod invalids, that his house at BATH is now open lor their re - eption : it situation is, probably uuecualled on the continent withiu a short distance of the city and in view of Sandy Hook. It present Uie nest prospect, aud lor salubrity of air and Uie advantages 01. sea naming - is nronaniy, wnnoui a liviil. He lias creeled senral new Bathing Uouc. and a floating bnd - e to receive the stearn - ooat his hrdir is wtil stocked with all the delicacies of Ue seaoo. Travellers from th sonthward can be accommodated with Boardin and Lodging cn reasonable terms, and transient persons will bod it a healthy and acreeable re - treat. juu.i v,ul.i.iiiaiv. A CARD. ft The subscriber rtsi'ectuilty notifies the puhiic,athat paswiigtri fcr HA ITI andtbuNAK - hOWd in the steam boat .Nautilus will, on Sunday next, and until further notice, be taken from white - Hull at iu o'clock in the Icrer.oon, (ins tead of 5 o'clock in the morning) and will becal led lor again about half past 5 in the alteriuion Pleasure bouts can come up with safety to the bridgn. JLJIN COLEMAN. Jel21tn ' FOR i.J.ft, Vail A farm nf between tixty and sevesty actus, situate on the west tmrik 01 Lake Otsego, and oiie mile from the village of Cooperstown. On it are anew stone house 54 feet square ;nnew (arm house, barn, &;c. lt foin.t a desirable et tahlKhmeiit for a geut' - pman wishing to re tire into the country, as ifs situation, at to prospect convenience to rr.aikct, c. is not surpassed Lv any in the interior ofthe stale. It will be sold lo.v for cah, on a credit, or exchanged for property tn thucity, goods &c. Apply to XI. D fct R. SEDGWICK, ' tay"tf Law JCuHdingf. t ! of he - er old of a A iltaaniMg pathi toe hew t, ifV , DOCTOR HORNE,rortnsrl, lumber of the acu,T A. and surgery there, deem, it f.:J T . - . .ri. nr to repeat some onteryation, a. lie - lm of MFJtCUR If? '! rash, tndrtcriminate, and uqcmiU. fied ate taereof, bat been prodii. tive Of Ulfintt - iliiarh. - .C 1 tana, are annually mercarialited out of ex T tace. The diteaae we have in iw owe. i" f, Ul results chiefly 0 thrt source. What a pi t hat a young man, the hope, of bis ctry,Pai! the darling ot hi, parents, should btSidZ way from aU the Proqctt and enjoy BienUofl't and by a disease not in its own nature fatal lid which only proves so from neglect or inT!f ire - aUnent.'.. A geatlemarmte hV. l'. tietit) now perfect.y hearty and well, bad bee. under phyiiciani of general practice,'. ar," and repeatedly tahvabds when recomuXa u Dr. II. (by a get emaa of thit city) bjs Tm were caiious, and his lleth dropping froin than!! bis friends declared he could not po7siblaur,: wo months lotgcr. Tboutucdt ex,x.T,i,tnWiJ know with what ease and twety Dr. Jl trZi? catei the teverest enses. and confirms the cou," tution. The Doctor's plan (advertisii?)W cettary to guard the public egaintt th. " bus. .1 mercury, - and otheratal delutiont, held foitfi Pertons tlierafore, having contracted a rwT LU disowler, ox suspecting latent poitoo a,, dmomshednot to tau,er with Uir coBttit. ton, cr conceal the disorder, till past recova ry ; othert having the remauit of ao old cat!' or othtr impurities ofthe blood, aswellajolh er complaints of a delicate nature, in eitiai sex. should remember jiosterity, and do iustic '';,rI Dti - ncei, by making apiiiicatici tOUr. - 11. at his old and lishment, No. 64 Water - street, four house. Uld - sliii, to obtain Uat iooe caU ulated fb prevent tilosure. And he." let mi claim your teriuui attention Rememhi tuper hua cure ts no cure at all ; unless tt"bl ' sioett u radically done, you will certainly hav, the disorder break out again with redi Jignity, at some future period ; prftMlf too late for remedy. Dvo't von oUn , 7 1 Ihp .freefi n.isrrahl n,..tl,.Li meet It Ten a bit ofnotgon thTace ' rejl'n1' Ibeieechyou. 1 ' """"A iir. ti character ror skill aud - tkbbon inta - rity being universally known in tins city sine. K04. guarantee to natieni. h. aM "y nc crecy hitherto unknown, and having coiiLed L't practice lor year, past, exclusively to.tfie cure ol diseases of the blood systauu they may safely calculate on the nioat decided ,K.i:,' ... ;.T . suiting Dr. II. Gleets eradicated in twa or three weeks Strictoret removed witlwut bougies or any otb - instrimu'ot : and all debih tie. ! liVwtii..u n ulcerattofis, fistula's Kc. A plurality of othces are prorided. .Ad n ,;t.. atcd that patient, are not ex nosed tneiw - h m... - . observation. Open till hall pan 9 in eveniLe. .... ...t)mU mlwl ujritwi id iree in ailing, and speaking wiUi iJr.H. which In a cost. And here the Doctor cannot m,l n . txpresion of gratitude for innutwrable reton mendatiODS and for the decided preference (it 11 pretumcu wim jusicauic; long givtn turn by a udicious public. N. ri. an leyert must be pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 1v Si.lHH.ti WALK t.Ri A OH JMtVb). JtpjV. TAR. EVANS tuperin XJmethod of curing a ce tain Disease, itnowunive . tally acknowledged in th 1 city ; hit mode 01 Irentiuci t is perfectly mild, tafe, e: - jieiuuous. and bis chare reamnable. In every ii Stance he warrants a cure. and will return the pay if Is does not perform agreeab a to contract ' . luciiinicmii aurajs OOarrVTO. There are many persons in this city and it. ai. ' I ' L ..... .t ur.n I 1 . cinity, laboring under various chronic diseases or kiugs evil, fistulas, diseases of the arernrt. bladder and kidrues ofd complicated complaiun of a certain nature, bihons and other bstrnc. tions, rheumatism, Ac - which Uy consider inci. rasle, Ml i,itiiin 111 t.uruiie 17 veara. uiuier toma nrtha first Surgeons and I'M sicians in the wor'a, tr4 made those obstinate distaset his constant study for 30 veart. Oct 12 VTP The tubscriber haying rtctntlr returned from Eugland with an important improvement on Uie artilicial spring LEG, lie takes this method of informing bis friends and the public, that all throe who are seunfortuiiata at to b In want cf leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by im plying sr. o. 77 uarrlay - ttreet New - York. Jan 53 WM. FURVI! - - . AFRUMENTO, No. I Wall street gentle - . men's dretfing room, has for sale a few Ka zirs of Dautask Steel, made by the celebrated Mareuin. of Paris. He hat also received aa as soitiuent of the bet? Euglith Razors which be warrants good. If rroved to Uie contrary, mo ney rcfundtd. Mr. FKUMENTO returns his sincere tinuikt to his customers, and the pcblicin geofrahfot their very liberal patronage, and solicit! a coo - tinuanreof tbeir lavours. He has likewise procured a very fine hose, aod engages to restore razors to a very keen edgtt ana snouiu rriey out cui wen na win receive u recomjience. ; , Gentlemen rv ho subscribe by the quarter, wul have their apparatus kept exclusively fortlitto - velvet. Je30 ' AcoaiTAiT .apply of la diet Beaver Uats, fresh from the manufactory, suitable for the southern market and racked at the shortest - notice, ,.'.;,l4 - "t 'j! WILSON'S, 160 Broaqasy. may 87 10 MASONS. ,,, PROPOSALS will be received at No. 15' W.ihlnnimi ittvat. for huildiuc a heese, grceahly with apian there lelt for a avem. oa . . . n 1: . 1 ..il state vne corner 01 uie uowuug wnu - - - - - . street. J 18 LLLUAXT PIASO FURTLS. OS. WILsON, 14 Maiden - Lane, hujuitre - i,v 11.. Vhm. a larte fusortmebt ol Lxcelknt Piano Fortes Patent Flutes, lets, &c. niunulacfiired expres'iy lor nun meuU & Co. London. Alto, Piunn I orte lnts in sets, new music, and every article in the mu - .ital hue ; instruments taken iu exchange, awi tuners i.rovdtd. - JH". NEW - YORK: ..... PFJXTED AXD PUBLISHED mictjIel elrxham CO. . - NO. 49 WtLLISM - BTU '' Bake CorakE - IloctB. - - 'jr

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