The Evening Post from New York, New York on July 18, 1818 · Page 4
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INSOLVENTS, ADVERTISING FOR THE ' BENEFIT OFTHE ACT IS THIS STATE, cerou jraoM tee AiutAio'ih,th EMCIAl, fASJSU . - Art - rffc 8"ore Richard Rtker, Recorder. ;. AdobJius Waldrnn, Sept 58 ' tiuilhstn Johnon, Aug2i Frederick W. Dhoneubtrg, Sept 22 Pbilu Hale, Sept. 9 Silas LockwooH, Aut IS Christopher Prince, Sept. 5" , John W.fc well,' Sept. 9 . Josephus Boyd, Au. 13 . - John W. Richardson, Aug 12 Puvton Gav. Aus. 1S Timothy VYoodrud; and ITiiletut II. Wood - rati, Augo. , J ale Harrison, Aug 8 " Jaruea I. Ryan, July 31 ' William Km;. Aug. 15 - Daniel Turner, Aug! ' ... Willmm &, Hotcbkiss & Stephes Hotcbkiss, July 24 Isaac Treat, July 4 Lpraim starr, and Thomas Morton, Aug. 8 ' Peter Townsend, Aug - 5 Franklin Greene & Samuel W. Greene, Aug 1 Jaruea Huntington, Aug 8 f ranKlin tireen, arri samuei w. urecn, buj i Ezra Beldufl, July 22 ' AlUiiy county Before Philip S. Parker, Re corder, in A tbony. John tl. Wheelotk, July 14 Giles Kelt 53, Aug 6 Before ttlt Howe, Esq. William Colter, Aug 15 - . Ebenrzer Gallup, Aug. 5 JteubPH Lunnioree, Aug. 5 J. ,lm Thompson, July S3 Madison cieunly Before Peter Smith, Jirtt judge in Peterboro'. Abraham Shalt, Aug 29 Adam Boyer, July 25 . ' William Spencer. Aug. 15 Charles Adam, July 25 ' B'fort John B. Yates, Etq. ' Jacob Day. Aus 22 Joshua Ward, Sept. 12 Otsego County Bifore Joteph Ifhite, Jirtt Judge in the town of Cherry Valley. , ' Joel I. Spencer, Aut; 25 Spencer Esmond. July 25 Ciht of Trov Before WiXiam L. Marty, Etq Ubadian r men, Aug. Z4 Jonathan Parks, Au: 17 Samuel i. Phillips, July 30 Before tlie Recorder. Herman Becker, Aug 17 Onondaga County Before Jotliua Forman,fir Judge in Onondaga. Lewis Kennedy, Sept. 11 William Hutchinson, Aug 14 Michael B. Hutrhins, Aus. 4 Ezekiel Chapman, July 23 1 ' JVftihmglon County Btfort Anthony I. Blanch ard, tn Salem. Joel Bassit, and Abraoi Berry, Aug 17 ' .Ezckiel E. Bennet, Aug 27 William Crightnn, Sept. 5 Ira Bragg, Aug. 7 Before H. C. Martindale. Joseph Wickss, Aug 15 Saratoga county - Befurt Salmon Child, Jirtt ' Judce, in Greenfield. Stephen W. I'uliner, Sept 13 .Mm Scott, Aug It William Smith, July 25 Abraham Duggan. anil John Scott July 20 Gtntstee county E.forc John U. Jotut, Jin Judge, t Leirctttr. Edmund H nckley, Oct 1 Au i i.i - H, Si pi 2 L'anirl Dye, Aug 31 John Valentine, Oct 2 John Morton, - bept 8, Sept. 81 Iiisel Sherwm, Aug 10 Milton rox, Johnson Ledall, and William Parker, Alii. 15 Linus feck, and Alfred Penihcn, Sept. 19 Stephen Moon, July 24 ti urfion titybrfort J. D. Monc - U. James Palmer, Aug 23 , Moses Hurr, Aug2i John Dewey, Air;. 14 Jacob Deluuiattcr, Aug. & Smith Castle. July 31 , tfira Trowbridge, Jily 24 Charles G. Irish, 'Aug 12 Jolui Hunt, Aug C Columbia County before John I. .Miller, Etq. Ephraim F Blank, Aug 31 1 1 . . . o I tit r a ager. Aug o Citnango county - liefortOladiah German, Etq. tnJVonruti. Arthur S. Deseng, Sept 3 Montgomery county Before' Alexander SfvlJon, Hrtt Judge in CharUtlon. Peter Brows, Aug 15 Peter S. Quockenbosi, Spt 12 Abraham Van Dunn, Sept. & Henry B. Vroonmn. Aug 8 John Moiiianye, Aug 1 ileubeneovnly - Before TitomatM'Bitrney, Jirtt Judge, in Painted - 1 'tat. David Cbace, Au:. 8 Oru - ida county Before Morrit S. Miller. Robert Dyer, July ;25 Before S"attinn tVilliamt. Flesrer Hasen, Sept. 12 Elijah Adsit, Sept. 6 . Joeih Turntr. Auc. 15 Orange county Brfure Nathan H. llltite, Etj. .HI liMien. Jacob Randall, Aug sM ' : John .M 'Carter, Jr. Aug. 8 Jaiues M. Miei, Aug 1 Ebeneier S.M'Carrah, Aug I Jacob A. Try(n, Aug 1 'J'boma li.ill, Aug 3 ' Jdmes Walker, Aug I Joel Wheeler, tun. July 25 Schohurie County, before li'm. Btikman, Etq at Sharon. m Cafeb Morey, Auj 27 Ctorue Almy, Aug 27 J jfersien L'ounl.u...Befnrt JV. D. Ford. I.i dim Carey, Aus W 2' i as Carey, Aug 17 Isaac Corliwell. r. An;. 12 florrii Uurlth, Sept. 10 fitathuuicl Wbilmy, Aug 1 John Young, July 27 Farrington Wood, Julr 26 Before Jude Colt. ' Augustus Sack' t, Sept. 14 It'arren County btfort It'tn. tiobardt. . Edward Fuller, 6ept 15 Suffolk County btfort T. Strong, Etq Pltinea VVlutson. June 3l Sullivan County, before H'tliiamd. HiOwpson, Esq. at Thomjton. Benjamin Runoy, Aug 26 - Be nag r Kdwa'ds, July tl Scse E. Bowers, and John Marshall, Aug. 31 FranUm Counlg, b'forr Albon .Man, Etq. Robert Cooper, Aug 10 Before. V. A. Hou - tll, Etc. at Canandaigua. I'bflip B. Jacksoa, Stpt 19 8amuel Kienrh, Sept u Km n ell Drigt, Aug 10 Jaruts Stod.laid, July 31 Pny Russell, July 1 Clinton County, btfo. e PUr.y Moore, Etq. I'liuy .M. Rotfrr. Aug 11 C'hnm Brfoit R. II. li alutorth. John bu - ecker, i - tpt li iiefmeli H. H'au - outh, Etq. Marcu Heading, July 31 Cvf CwHit.(, l..fart Judge Mtller. , Victory TousV y, bi pt 7 CortUndt Coun'X, btfort Judge Ktep. - Ilenrj - J.n.ohy, Aug. 17 William .rtou, July 29 Cluitaqut county, brfure Zeltu Cathinr, Eta. , William D.uey, Sept. 19 JolinKemy, Aug. 2i Qiuem un'y B'fort fjiiirtiam Imic renc e. Levi County tefort Silas Stoic. J .ttd Topping, July VJ . k'littsesu - .tv, b'fote li'tn. Fortnan. F.ta. Peter Basliou, Aug. 3 VriKwr - e Cnvr.ty, b - firrt judge D, AUxani'er D - tkrr, Sept 23 ratr. Jamil Wi ip.uisir. t - ept. j Cv - jkiJ Ar. 1 Asa Smith, Jury 3 ' " St. Laurence County, btfoitJtiigt Fori. Arus Uuderwood, tept. 14 ; .. - John Thomas, Aug 8 ' Exekiel Kimball, Aug. 15 ' t'tttnam Before sJ. Garrison, Etq. William Brewster, Aug 17 ' - Rensselaer county, before Judge Matters. Heory A. Lake, Aug 12 . , WiUim Forksiin, July 25 Before uatii Buel, jun. Davis Packard, Aug. 8 John 1. Weatherwas, Sept. 9 LautarauewB'fott Titnuthy 11. Porter, Esq. Enoch Marah, Sept 14 itJunettmh, before G. Cletcland. James 3.raf9, Aug 25 West - Chester ioutuy, befsr Caleb Tompkins. Isaac Brown, Aug 1 Tvr kin County, before John Sutton. Daniel Benjamin, Sept. 22 Delaware Countv, before haac Ogden, Esq. Phioeai Howland jr. Aug 25 Oreere County, b'fort Motes I. Cantine. James Harrington, Aug 31 MAHOGANY SOFAS, CHAIR A.l CABINET FL'RMTUKE. M. 49 BLEKMAX STREET. 'fHE subscriber begs leave to return bisslo - J. cert thanks to those ladies and rentlemen who have been kind enough to honor him with theircomruands, and to in'orm thtin. and the ad mirers of caqosouie furniture in general, tbat tie has oa hand some very elegant sofai, chairs, card, Pembroke and extending pnt nt iliuing tables, grabd sideboard, inlaid witli high poluhed crnument&l Li.iss - workand rore - woud, card ta bles t'j muti.b, ureciau cbuchts, solas, tl.i!e lounge, iiiuic (tools, chairs, U.C. Ao, a li brary stepchair, me utility oi wiucii tie particularly recommends. All furniture warranted of the liest quality and workmanship, and o the newest European lush - tons. Orders executed to any part of the union to any drtwiiu, on the most reatooablc terms ami puncluilitv forcath. Ladies or gentlemen having fancy woods, may nave them DianuUctureU lu any article tiiej wish, by applying as above, n.v 30 'Jm A. M. HAYWOOD. EtUIMlTIOS or TUC riNK iBIli, COLUMBIAN PICTURE GALLERY. Yci. 146 Fullon - ttrett, near Broadtrny. TT1 HE proprietor cf this valuable and exteu JL five collection of picture, embraces the opportunity of informing connoisseurs and amateurs of the Cue arts, and the enlightened public of New - lork, that the gallery williu futur be open from 8 in the nioruing till half part 10 at night. From 8 in the evening to half past 10, the gallery is brilliantly lighted up, aud toe admission only 25 cents These picture have been colIectcJ, at the expense of 25000 dollars, and are allowed, by the het judges, to ba the fuic.t specimens of the art ever exhibited in 'the United States, lciug gems, selected with peculiar care, from the various rabinett - in Rome, Naples Florruce, Amsterdam, Paris and London, and the works of the most approved painters, both ol the ancient and modern school?, and are undoubtedly originals. A rlist?, ladies or gentlemeu, will he entiiK4 (o study, or cipy any of the picture, by becoming subscribers. Ladies or gr - atlemen, who have subscribed one dollar, on I' lyio? another, will be considered subscribers for the season. fT3 Admittance, for the day aud evenin , 50 cents ; for a mouth, $1 ; fur the season, $2 catalogues iutluded. Je24 lm I'ROSPECTL'd ran rret.ieiiinci bv tcii' kittioh A MAP f'F MEXICO AM) LOUISIAN A. I 'HE publication of Uiis.Mnp has Ixnn uiider - L taken with the iiMrcrinti. that it will ex - hitiit inlnrniution, hi"blv ii.t retire lit this ernl - lul crisis. ai;d the vh.ual li - Maim which the au thor ha procured, d;iriiu'l.i err.l tnurt tlirciii - b ' lexito, in the yiius loil'j, 1.11)7, Wi, 1315, llilli, hiid 1C17. imlii. e hun U hth.ivr that the Map, witbeven all it pnertectirii, will tie much the most perfect which hu a (nared be - forf the p'lblic. This Map w ill contain the lateft nnj best information from the ducov tries and possefsioo of the Ami riran. Spanish, Russian, British and French travellers and navigators and representing tjie claims of their respective government on the Nnrthwertem coast of America. The Map will include that portion of North America, which lies between the lthmus of Da - rien, and the4th degree of North latitude, and frnni the Mississippi River westwardly to the rat liir urean. In sire the Map will be about six by five feet, and will be protected on a scale of 40 milts to the inch, to be delivered to the subscribers at fif teen dollars ach. Natrhcs. M:.rrh7. lfllfl. ip7tAn1 MONT - ALTA For SAl.Eorto LET, am: immediate iioxession tfiven, the beautilu1 place oMed M mt - Aita, seicu miles from tin Cilj - llhll. on the North River, adjoining Loril Cooitenuy'i. It contains 'iO acres of land under improtemeiil, with a large garden wen stocKen with vegetables a variety ol fruit, with ever convenience fi r a familv. For ttrius. winrl arc very reasonable, and il sold a lonp credit pi ten if wan'ed. tpply to N. 64 1). TALCO I I . 04 oulli - street. Je 12 FOR SALE, 30 reams rf Cassia Paper, suits oil: for Ban Box makers, or sugar Rakers I he quality and sizu is Ihe same mtlie Evening l et is priuted on. AM ly at thiS'Jtite. Je 18 PA lr.r P l.i Au - r'U HI ES, &.c. fill IE tubsrriber intending to part for Loir JL don about the end of the present month oUcrs for sale a few elegant patent piano forte?, just finiihf - d and warranted of a superior - inaiity. He wouIJ be happy to atteud to the order, c - his bunds for London piauo fortes, i lis loii; experience in the manufacture of piano's in thi city he trusts will give every confidence ia hit ability to select tuch as are of the first quality. Order? for chart h r r chamber organs, will t ktricily attended In, and m'.uul' iclured unilt - r bit in - peetiou hy the most citeemtd makers ia Lon don. CotnmisHoa bminws cf ar.v kinj, within hi' ability to perform, will be faithfully attcuded to. If I hose prons wi:, - are indebted to him fill plrt:c rettle tiic sauic as sunn as convtuu i.t, nn! Ihote to whoru be ii indebted will pre.'cut thi r accouuts without delay. WILLI M KLUi - l.G, Jy 6 2w 27') Howry. I ItLVV ER V. Is or rale, a'.un, a Blew J J cry & Malt Home connected, in the ' i'y j of Hudson. Tbe buildirn are ftoae, mid t'ir - ! ticularly well calculated for the bunue. it i! situated in the mi I t of a barley country, and Ins many other advantages, ll i: certainly an object for thore wi' - h:n; to engi'c in th business. It ia the only brewery m the couclry. This property will be sold cheap. Term liberal; title goo'l. For further particular pply to M. MULDF.N, No. 78 Maiden - lane, New - York; or J. NIXON, Jr. near the premise. June 3 tf iO.titl'lNG i - CHtOL. THE MISS BENNET JS have opened a boarding school lor y ung ladies, on IIh - south tide of Powles Hook, in a situe'ion very healthy, an I although convenient to tbe city, quite retired. The usual English branches and Needlework, r rencb, Mu - ic, Dancing and I'raw - inc, are taugtit, by themselves or ry approved I ocisiers. tnr terms (Vic. aplr li iilr. II. 1 G REENE, 24 Wall - jtrett, or at the school.. J 14 tf TO BUILDERS. I Or uiosewhoinay i.'i to erect three elrgaut buildings or lactones. f OTS, 77 tret by CO, more or less, with the ij nuuuings iitrret.ii. in tliecrnlre ol Vru! I can be purrliased separate or together. ALSO. Anelecaot LOT. With the RniMIn - . Ikumiii. I II Bowery, 42 br 125. more or less, ium t;in.t. ham - street the whole on accomiBodating - term,' "I'p'j s Miiisi now, near IM - ea - i. sl Tlie advertiser ruts three morlf i - L tn dispose of, oue of $ .000. ot nf mssa ... r 'fiv.i.1 .11 :..i.i. " - . 1 ses the near the G to their give best use in Irom O.VE r i set plain hy of .1 I l as r m ;uwj u iu tun eij, jv WHEATOS'S ITCH OINTMENT - rTMIB long and successful ace of this oiotaetit JL is a sufficient recommendation, at it ha been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its tta - 5es. It if for sale in the city of NewVork, by . A.k VV. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; I. U T. Clark, No. b5 Maiden - Lane ; Jl. H - Schieflelin k. Co. No. 193 Pearl - street: Lawrence Keese, No. 105 Pearl - street ; Hull Bowue, 14S Pearl - street ; K. it L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street ; J.M. Bradburit, 314 Pearl - street ; John Penl'ord, No. 4 Fletcher - street ; Duryee & Foe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrisoa, 1B8 Greenwich - street; John P. Either, 10C Broadway ; Walter it Seaman, corner ol Chaiuber - it. and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and iii short it may be procured at most of the Drug Stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of b. Withered Sons ; George Hariell .North bi Rogers, and almost alt the druggists hi the principal towns in the United States. LIKEWI8K, WHEATOS'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be bad at the above places. jan 22 6m VALUABLE KEAL ES FOR SALE, 15 Till C1T OF RKW - VUHK. tpiV'E lotsol grouud on the west side of Green - wijSi - Hreet, between Vetry and Debros - - streeta, 25 by 80. Four do in the rear of the above, fronting on cast tide of Washington - street, 25 by 80. Eigl.l do in the block oclowi belneeu Washington ncd Wett - streett. In Montgomery County. COCK) acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, Eat Canada Creek, on the uorth side ol Mohawk. If Franklin County. 15,162 acres or Laud, in the towns of Mount Morris iiDd Dayton. In Essex County. 7!1J2 acres of Land in the town of Barrymore. In the Co'iiity of Lrwri. I2n() acres ol land in Casierland, ChaMani) - Purchase. In Saratoga County. N , ?o00 acres in Palmer's pun base. Euquire at theoQice oftbe subsciiber, 34 Cedar - street. BEV. ROBLNSOX. mb 17 If G.bAUNDER'S PA I'EM" KAZOIl b'l'hOP. You that with to shave wilhe.nte, Buy ol SAi snnns if you please ; His ilnzor Strop's, peculiar such, That sharpathe Razor with atom h. SAUNDERS respectlully solicits those I. who have not got his Patent Rtwor irtrop, turnith themselves with his new invented Razor Strop, and Metallic CoinMisiti'n. Novell tleiuan who once makes trial of one of the Strops now4lTered, will ever try any others; and such is formation, that ever so much use will not the razors that roundness which renders the of them useless, nnri which is well known always to follow the application of all those hitherto invented. The above strops are in general in New York, and are distinguished trum all others. Barbers who have u;cd them tuy more their praite than I can myself. G. SAUNDERS, lit Wuil - street. Also for sale, Razors, Soap, and every utensil for Shaing, of the first quality, with u superior atoitmia of Perlumerv. Hair - Powdt r.ic. Smyth's, New Bond street, Loudon. n. u. I lie most liocrui allowance made to dealers. - j mv 22 HUSdrED DOLLARS KKARt. ISsl.NG from liic cnllery of the Anx iu i - .n I A oil. mv of tlu - Fine arts, TWO MIMA. TUKH I'OR'l'KAITS, the one a (jcntleinaii's, in gold, ornaiiieiittd with jH'arl and richly finished on the back, radiated trum the r nlro; the othrra b.dy's, without setting, but fixed in a cain. The above reward will be paid WILLIAM DL'NLAP, Esq. keeper ofthe Anglican Academy of the Fine Arts, on delivery tin: miniatures t biin, at his paintiuz rooui, in Ntw - VorK Institution, or alius hoiiM', No. t'J Leonard Mitel : or, sf Hie tenth - uiho' pit line uloni: i S'i dilivered, immtius uninjured, sevt nty dollars will be puid tu tlie prison who delivers it ; and in like manner, for I'ne Indies miniature alone, the jxiinling uniiijnieii, thirty dollars, t he money wi'l l) paid on delivery of (be pictures, and no attritions asked. Jeweller, WatchiuttKers and others, to whom - .!....:.. .1 - 1 . Uiese piciujes, or me seuinj; oi uie gKmieiuau a picture, may he eliereu lor snie, are particular - kolu i'hI to be on their guard, and give notice shove. By order ofthe board. ALEX. ROBERTSON, Sec'rj. J 13 2iv J ANTED, a lad about 14 yeivrs ol ate, V a nn np.preulii e to the printing buaiitess App:Vht (he comt r of Nassau and Spruce eti Jy 9 mok ... ov enmp .it;it. Hamilton's Elixir it offered, with atniitidtnce lunii' - ed by twenty years succeeslul e'lieniui'tit. A tinzle trial will prove that it di l"d;rs nndvacuates the I ouch viscid pnujm or mucus, strengthens the weakened vessels ol the tii'i - 's. rheatlies the acrimonious humour which irrit iles them, and finally diMharecs it. Thus tfiUin ' - t the root of fh! disnrih - r, tnc (vinp touikarit ofcouue effectually and permanently coi.fpif red ; the reverse of commn mcdic'.ne. which vteakrn the constitution, and (five strength to tie: disorder, fi rtV snke of moder. tiiigforthe pr i nl some ol i's p i.nln. fleet.. TO PI RENTS, whohav - . itnld - en sfflicted h tliie dreadi'ul mahuly, this is a di oteiy of the first magnitude, as it atfoidt immediate te - lii.!. hecks the prcgress, and in a short time entirely teninves tlie most cruel disorder to which! children liable. The elixir is so perhclly a - ic( ul. r, and lh dose so tmal'., that no diiliculty aiises in IhUmij: it. Bepar'icu'ar to afkfor llani'dtcn's Clixir, im - ilalions of which JiierlernJ to tbe public, bat rn.'ie are get.uine without t!i: signature of 11. Lee For sale al LEE'S medical wnr Imiipe, No. 46 Mai.lcn Lane, and by every rept etuhlo Drug - '.'i't in New York. ' J ! MUI UAL IN - l lt.VNCE COMPANY OF THE CITt or AKW - YORK. ( I he oldal Institution for Iniurancc against firt minis i uu,) FIGURE ajiinst Loss or Damage by Fire, Dwelling Houses, Ware Houes Buililins" in general, Merchandiie, Ships iu port and their Cargo; - , Household Furin urc, and tvliy dc - cnpti"tioi persnral prt - peny, on terms as iavo - rable as similar institution in thiscity. This Company is incorporated solely for tlie purpose ol insuring against losses b file, and ha isrciimscribed it ojieiatinn chiefly viilhin thu city and immediate proximity. In addition to the Capital Stock, $.K).00O. which is secured hy bond and morgRg; en real estate ainl public stocks, this Cfirjiary Jioss'ses a ban Jforoc surplus fund, invevted in iike manner : l.arti. insured mav therefore rctpose the ful - irt mifiih nee in themlidity ofittcarital, find Hint anr los or daniaee will be leltled with ntnmntilude and liberulitT. The d i fie rent rates ol premium aod conditions of Insurairf ear tmiform witli those Ulhe other t - "ir lfiniance G:LceS in thisritv. The puldic a s referred for particu'ai - s to the prinb d proposals in circulation, rid wti - .h may be bad on replication at No 62 vv j" sriee.t. ti A B Rl F.l. FU II M AN, President i - .lcnt - JOHN PENT ARD, Sccrelvry. in so the 03 d.iy in aud to by All the dav at may 23 IWTCOAcil A 8TEAM - BOAT LlSE, FOR PHILADELPHIA. . BT - WAY Ok KI. - IZABETHTUWST FOIWT. (Through in One Day.) SaastaMSSSJMSMr TU E tOUAU STEAM AOA T LlS E. iftasiwa SJBSSSjMMWM m NEW Line of Post Coaches withevery con - ii venience for passengers and basgage, on Siirinss, starts from the Coach cilice, No. 1 Courtland - street, near Broadway, New - York, every niorninn, (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, ia the Steam Boat Atalanta, via Elizahethtown. Bmnwick. Print 5ton,Treuton aud tlristot, aud arrive at PhiUdelphia the same afternoon, at 4 o'clock. A second Line of new Post Coaches will atari from New - York every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalanta, lodge at Tr - ntoo, and arrive at Philadelphia, a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare a dollars. P. 8. Passengers are requested call and take their Seats at the cilice No. 1 Courtlund - ftt. N. Y. United States Mail Couch, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience for pawencrs and baggage, on springs. The V. S. mail conch will start frm coach oilier, No. 1 C4urtlandt - st. New - York,, every day nf 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next niornhig ulCo'elock. Only 6 passengers admitted. For u:atsintiie.hhove named Lints, apply to THOS. WH1TFIKLD, at the old established Coach, and Steam Boat oflire, No. I Court - laiidt - stieet, near the corner of Broadway, New - York ; or to A. T.GOODRICH li CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cednr - street, and at No. WhiLihall - Mnet, New - York. (rt - AII goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LY ON, ONS & CO. N. B Eipreserssent to any pari ofthe Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je 24 SWIFF CUBE MAIL COACHES, roR rnii.ADEi.riii a, r - rTi IjC!r U - a New - York iJ - WiJv - jMs63 eve.y morning (sunday'sex V!pfiJSf?tcr', - ,1) Bt "o'clock, aud ar - in Philadelphia next to diunt r. The publick hou'es are good, ainl reasonable their charges. Thetliiven, horses and coaches are not inferior to auy others now running between these twociliis. Toe beautiful country, the e vet Hence ofthe roads on this rout, connected with the safety, comfort, aud reasonable expencea, are helcivtd to be strong inducements travellers in gningthisliuea decided prefer enc. The strictest attention will be observed the proprietor in Rivin;; general satisfaction. baggage and pat kages will go at the risk ol owner miles insured and receipted for by the clerk of said ortice. Stat;e fare only $5, withacenerousallowauce ofbaj;gaj;e. Parties wishing to travel at their leirure, may cngrige the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one previous to starting. For seats apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlundt - slreet, New - York. LYON, SONS, 4 Cf). ap 2 Proprietors. UNION LINE FOR P 111 L A D E L I Tw i - iitv - liie miles laud carriaj Brunvtick and Trenton. In neiv " t coaches $" Mo good slagi S , 4 50 Do lorec.tMle or deck passergers, 3 50 Connccltd by the steam boats uiivi r.RAM it ami rHLADKr.riti A. 'I he steam boat Olive Branch v. ill leave New Von every day, bun - day's excepted, from the notth i:!c of the Bat - teir. at llo'io - k. A.M. Pusensris w ill lmlgn I reiiltn. and lake tbe strum boat I'bi'.adel - tihia. so astoanive in Philadelphia al Ulo'clock tbe next inornio.intime to take the Union Liue Baltimore steam boats. This hne has a connection with the best boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk; nsnlso those ofthe Noith Kiver and Sound ; and 'heir several amvMs are calculated to caute lit tie. if anv delay. I his is a speed and certainly trie most conve liient route, s the p8 ners will leave rSew - YorK after the tiaiikaoneii, anil arrive in t l.ila - delphia before the hours of business, without fatigue in travelling or want of deep, the land car In ins mnt b h - ss tb.iii by any olhtrrotitc between the two cities. For seats in the above hne apply to WILLIAM B. JAO.UES, At the L'ni' n Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - Letfield strei t, north side of the Battery, between Greenwich and Washington ltreet, or to The CA V TAIN on board, (i All good" and baggage at the nslt of the wner. ap 4 IOI Iv.K. For the further accommodation of the politic, the de parture ol tbe I iretly from Mew - York and Newbureh will tie in inluie on the following da) : Leave New York on Monday, Wednesday ad Saturday, at!) A. M. Leave Newbuigh on Tuesday, Fnday and but day at 8 A. M. The above arr.ns:cro r.t willcnmiuence by the fire tl v leavini; Newbureh ou Sunday, the 2 - lth May. The Western Stag leaves Newburgli imruc :!ia'e'y after the arrival el tlie Firefly, my 22 EASIOB AMJ I.I. MK, VIA .w - rJKLbWlcK. i V iien'ers wi leave 3 .!7Vi ork every Monday ,'j'i r rioav, at 11 o c.ioca, A. M. in the steam boat 1 I'.. - l. . . , l i Oliv blanch ; l iilgo at New Brunswick ; leave there earlv nit niur in;, and arrive at Easton at 4 o'clock in the ad rii ion. Kttuiia - g. leave Easton every Monday ami Friday, at 5 uV - lock, , '.'vlge at New Uriiiiswi''K ; arrive Dtcvew toiU it 10 o'clock next morning, in the steam boat O; ive Brim h. Tbe staee connected with II. i line ia good f iiir - borsc stage. - fiom N. Brunswick to Easton, 53 50 t'oiu Eut.'.i to Bcthlchriii. 75 cents. For s.'ttts in iheatiovt hi r.. - pply to W B. JACQUES, at llie I'hiladilphia Union L'nc Steam - Boi.t Otlire, noun siuc C'l the t.rttiery. ROBERT LETcON, Proprietor Je I3tf FOH PIllLADEl.rni.l, Via Hl.lZA'lETll - 'lUlF.V POl.VT. - Cll.U.11 LINK, Thrct - 'ih in J d. y nn l by daii - liht, LEAVF - S New - Yuik iu the .te hula, from tlm foot cf Wh ertui boat Atl iV'hitrln.l - strrel near the ll.i'.leiy, at 5 o' l i( K, A. l. I.n.pure at No. I CoLf'.l .iiitt - tti - eel and No. 5J White h i.i - r'rct, at whit li l in e! 'eats may lie taken Jc2) If Tit LET. j A firv e:iar, ii.'nii - r ine nn'e .so.. Piite - stnei. Euqune of MR. SMEDE. - 5, my 11 If lJJpiari - WANTED, (i!RL from 12 to li years of age, of good . V harrit tt r ai.d l ady Itahits, In a?J:sl i hull I v Apply at 74 Leoaurd - strtet. JeS9 liniiOh EN HOTEU 'IllIE hoo - e lately .BL Golwio, hbee orcuritd by Mr. David eeu.i"wly lurni - hcu, ardi in cohipleat .dcr lor the reception of boanh is. Parlies oa be aci ommod tteJ with dinnerrn thhoHe't no' ire. Tea, colli e, ire - rre jl, mr cake, fruit, fcc. with a rarieiy of the bet hipior, will le klwaj in rc.!lneu. A lwre bvat wdl slart from sack idu of the rivf r pupr'ual'y at evrrv hour from 5 oVlx - k v the m'jrnicg u ;U1 M in the evi - uing. July ' 2w S. BURNS. ui a. t I . via iew - v ' at .sjsjj ' - The propnetora, wiib a TSUW Vlft iu:vvlliAiauuf, UIV public, by extending the line to Norwich, intend making tlie experiment with the Fulton, Ca - pt. Law, and tliis route (if found practicable) will be coutinucd during the season. Tint line will in future be from New York 1o Norwich, as follows: Tlie Connecticut, dipt.' Biuiker, will leave New - lork every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave Norwich at b" o'clock in the morning of (he same days, touch AJ,'ec - Loniivn and depart from thence for Ntw - Haren at 8 o'clock. 1 he boats will meet at A'tw Uaien, and depart from thence every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock iu the evening the Connecticut for New - York, and the Fultou for Nev - Iuniun and "oiu i7i. mh 17 NkHbtlKOH and MAlt - SlAOJC' THREB TIMF8 A )IK.' I EAVKS Newbureh eve - MaaKSWLj ry Sunday, Tuesday, 'WV i 'i ' i 1 . i (1IIU 1IIU1PUUJ UlUllllHnR, Ul three o'clock, runs through Montgomery, Bloomingburgh, Montieeilo, by While Lake, Co'hccton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owcga, Itbica, aud Geneva, to Canandaigua. Returning leaves Canandaigtin every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Xewburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New York the following tnoniinp. - (7 may be expected that at all limit alien the tttum - boalt alttr their days if runniiig, that this line ii ill alter to at to met ! tlum. The whole mute will be perfomed in three day, from the first of May, until the fint of November and from the first of November until the fifteenth of Htcember, and from the fifteenth of March until the fust of May, in four diiys and from the 15th December, until tlie fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to die city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaigua in four days. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in tin ce days a distance of three hundred miles. The line is wrM furnished with (rood, new carriages ;' good horses, and carcfui and experienced drivers Every attention will be paid to render the passage t.f the - traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it i. - . believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. ! fJTr 1 ARE hum Newburgh to Canauuaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. U. A branch of the same line runs three limes a week from lihuca to Auburn. Also, a line rons from Ovvego Tioga Point, thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, . UACCAGE, as usual, at the risk ofthe owners. David Godfrey. Bloominsborgh, E. C St. John, Mount Pleasant, L. ti R. Manning, Chenango, V.Proprie - Luther Gere, Ithica, ) tors. Samuel Gret - nlilT, Geneva, I Oliver Phelps, Lansing, J mh 14 dtiiii E ASTON MAIL S PAGE, TnilOCCll IN 1 PAT. IMBKE TIHE8 i WEEK. I be proprietors at k - nnwii - dge ttith giatitude - he - ucourjgciceiit tliey have n rttolure rei e:td in this nut, .ui aic iiiiti lore immteti to expediie the tratelliug on tins route; and in order to accomplish it, have providd tliemslvr.s with four chhiiges of horses, which aie placed ate qiialilistaiit cs on the route It will leave Whitr1 Hotel, r.asioii, tvry .viouday, w eilnesoay, aiid Friday, at 4 o'clock in the mowing, arrive Elizabeth Town Point m time lu take tlie ttcMii bniit Atalanta. at 5 oVIm k. Leave New York at S o'clock, every Tuesuay, Thumilay and Saturday, mid arrive at Eastou eaily in .he etenii.e ; lare through live dollars, and a gene rous allowance of baggbge, gratis. As Ibis stage passes near the calel.rated springs on Schoo ley's .Ylountain, passengers takiiur this line will he cariied to the soriugs without any extra charge The proprietors pledge that uotbing shall be wanting m lU - ir part to make this a pleasant route. I he Drivers are careiui anu acccuimnua liiiar. F'or seats, apply tn James Patten, Court land street, or on board the At ilaiita, aud White's Hotel, Lastou. 1. Z. H J. DRAKE. Chcler, June 20 Je i'H I in NO ! ICE. (ty Steam Boat Omvk Uhascu wili sail every Sundav, at 1 1 o'clock round iMateo Uland, andotcasion any, ii Hit winJ and line will permit, tu me. hook. 1 his be.Tulilul Sail will contnliute both to health aud pleasure, and is ns cheap a le creation as ran be lound. Parties who ilc mi to partake of tins ftinunniei;t will, it coiiveineiit, ive in their names tne uay pierening, ai u tcice in Mcrkttheld slieet, uorth side ui the oat y - Dinner on board, at me usual prices. Passage bs children half prii e. my I3lf fr. bTE.iM - BO.'n w.tu.vy.f, FOR ELIZABETIITOWN POINT, EAVES N York eacl day, Sundays except. scd, from the foot of White - haUntieet near the Battery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock r. M. ; leaves Eliza hethtown Poiut at 8 o'clock A. M. and lull past I i o't lor k and half past 4 o'cU k 1. al. Je20 tf jX)KTH RIVER STEAM - BOATS, Oir On the Ulhof Mav commenced running lour times a week. A Boat l5j!eaves New - York on Tues. dav. .it jo elm i. A. M Wednesday, at 5 P. M t ridav. at A. M. ami suturuav, al a I . ii. ol each week ; and a noui ierves Ainany on .11011 - ay, Wednesday, thursday, aud Satuiday, at V A. i1 1 The Fire - Fly leaves iNew - ork on I uestlay, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New - burgh, and rrtuinson Mouday, Wedi.estlnr and II A.M. Je 20 r&A i - oyf S. - tLE, A farm of tutu - eon sixty and seventy acit , situate on Hit uel hank ol Lake Otsego, niiil one mne ircui me tillage oi cooperstowu. On it uie a nt - V fione house 54 feet square ; a new iniiii house, barn,'Ck.c. It lorms a tlesiraule es In i - ushint ul fi r a gentleman within; to retire iulo the country, as its situation, as to piospect, convenit.'iie to, &c. is uot surpussed I v ,inv intne intt - ri ir ol toe state. It will lie sold l.i. v lor a - b, on a iredit, or excliuns;i.l for pio - peily in ll.iseitv, goods, ;c. At ly to ii. it k rv., mv 7 tf Law Kiiihtiiig. PATEN 'T Bi.e. DES 1 KOYINti LitiLlD, VCER TAIN and never failing niison lor ld bug. It vriilextenuii'dtc Ihcui at using, without staining the furniture, orbt.i.g arcom - pnniuit vvith that ili.srtea!'le Jim II uuaTy ul tending the api licrdion of olber poisotis. For sale in bottles, at 4 em h, at P. DICKIE'S Medicine Slcre, 'J'J5 Broadway. N. B. A lnr assortment ot genuine Diugi ml warrant! tl patent Medicines, lor salens a love. - Je 19 1m .1 OtlN lir U 1 1 I still retidisat Nn. 24 ! Wa terslreel, where be has a vtry handsome and f ul.KU' aisortiienl ol Cabinet Furniture ou band, which he hiiI warrant to be oi ihe his ii'iali'y. Hrs. - iliciishisNew York and sontlurr, Irit iid to give bun a call, as be li.itlers liirtistlf they will i.ot be il:sa p unted. Orders necu'ed st the hnrtest notice. Je ti li iprt "lO LET, HjJj, A plta - ant back room, at no. .'16 Wall. srria,5uitablc for a lawyer's ol!i"e. Posisii ii immediately. Apply in Ihe front o.Tkc. Je4 " rI WO or three siogje gnilli oien can be han.i - I somely aenmmodatref with board at No. 2? Broad V7 ay. Je - U lui jsXSP T or er to oi a be I of i. A sfjjctnicg ptbbe knew bow t dutia niih t - DC.TORIiORNE,Wrt, ofthe rrtr of f.n.! , jT and surgery 'there, deiis It ffi - iaZ Y l41 '" Ooservatiotis . the abuse of MERCURyT a S3 rash.iudrscrimiBat, w.d unqatdi. Ced use inereof, has lieen prJdt. ?ZrS Uve of infinite Aischief iTT sftne. are annually mercurialized out of citi t' jnce. Tbedireise ve have In view owes iuV. tul resiilu chiefly to this source. What a nit that a young man, the topes of his country the darling of hi. parents, should be ntic&d U way from all the prospects and enjoyment,tf hu by the consequences of one unguarded mometL and by a disease not ia iu own nature fataL It!? U'litf ll On V I nnn an fron. n.l.a "u A ffeat'em.iP. rli. n. tient) now perfectly hearty and weH."h.ik!??" s p. under phymians of eeneial nractir. phymiansef geneial practice, and reKatedlysalivatid; wben recommended u Dr. 11. (by a gMitleman of this city) hi. bcVl were carious, and his flesh dropping froni thll bis friends declared lie ceuld not possibly sur! ' two mom is ioi.gor. l bousands exi ermienbitt, know with what ease end safety Dr. HW cates tlie severest ca. and confirms ti'rJ .V" tuticn. Tbe Doctor's plan (advertisioe) n? ctssary to guard the public egainst fj aoose l'i mercury, and other fa'i! delusions, held forth Pert therefore, having contracted a ilT vatd diforrier, or suspecting latent poiron a admoniiihtd not to tamper with their coasiiti lion, or conceal the disorder, till pan rec0Vi" ry ; others having the remains of an old cats other impurities ofthe blood, as well at oil complaints of a delicate nature, in ejol:" sex. should remember posterity, and do justic. iieir consciences, bv making apimCaiir Dr. H. at his old and wiptaKS? liihment, No. 64 Water - street, four homes wi ' Old - slip, to obtaiu that prompt assitBnr V. lone calculated to prevent disclosure. And heT. let me claim your serious altcnUouReu - ejni,., uperbcil cure is no cure at all ; unless tW. sinensis radically done, you will certainly bat. ihc disorder break out again with redoubled ins U3iuty, at some lutnre H;riwl ; pcrhaos ien - " toolate for remedy. l..n't you often meet . the slrtets uuserable, mutilated in,.. ..1 even a bit ol nose on the.r face Take wa n . bi seech you. m"n Ur. H's. character for skill and stubborn inte - t'ri y being universally known in this city, sine lti'J4, cuarantee to patients that delicacand se. ' &(lriiiitiiu ..: M. If Gleets eradicated in tws or three mM.k. Strictures remoted without hougies or any other initrumnst ; and all debiliiies s likewise all o.ii ulcerations, uuwa's K . A plurality of offices are proritled. and an sif. hied that patients are not exposed toeach otlier'a observation. Open till half past 'J ia tlie evening. mi I'ci.i'ua t.'iin.riucti aic tin iicu to rtc iree 1SJ aliiiiJ, and speaking with Dr. H. which is tr cost. Anil here the Doctor cannot avci.1 n . txpressioii of gratitude for iniiumerable recoa - nienjhtiom, and ffi the decided preference (it is presuuira wnii just cause; long given mm by a uuicious puhlic. i. n. aii leuersotust re pott paic. Dr. Buchanan. ' Aug 27 I KEITH ER HLMtAERY NOR IMPOil. Div. r - VANb' siiprriii jiiethod ofruringacei - taia Dijease, isnowuuire salty ncknowledged ia th s city ; hi rjio,le oftrentmeit is perfectly mild, safe, e: pediuous, and his cbarg i reasonable. In every it. stance he warrants a curs, ,md will return the payifts does not perform agreeable ,(o contract. , l he strictest secrecy always observed. 1 ncre are inaay rsotis in this city and its vi - ciuity, labonng under ranous chrome diseases, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, acrofak or kiuss evil, tislulas, dlstassa of b - ssretat( bladder aud kiduies, old complicated complua s fa certain nature, bilious and other obstm lions, rheumatism, Ac. whkb Ihty consider inn. raiile, tney cancenau.iy it t urea tin general by apply - in? at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, At, 9, Peck - slip, baring prartised in exteWs hospitids iu Europe 12 years under some of lis hrsl urgeous aim hjbici.ius in me worw, SI4 made those obstinate diseases his constant stut'y for 30 vearr. Oct 12 rrr" The subscriber bavins recently return! from England with an important improvement oo tbe artificial spring EEC, lie takes this method of informing his friends and the public, that all those who are so unfortunate ns to be In want ol a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. "7 Ban lay - sir r it, New - York. Jan 22 V. vi. ri'KVif. AFRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall street, gentle - . men's diessing loom, basfor sale a few Razors of Damask Steel, made by the celehsated Marguio, of Paris, lie ha also received an s se Miitiuent of thu best English Razors, which be w arrants good. - If proved to the contrary, mo - uev relunitt d. Mr. FRUMEN'TO returns his sincere thsnis to his customers, and the public in general, for lljeir very liberal patronage, aud solicits a continuance of their lavours. . He has likeMiie procured a very one t.oce,na engages to restore rsor to a very to tw and should they uot cut well he Uill receive to rccoumence. ... Ceiitlemen who subscribe ly the quarter, vil' have their apparatus kept exclusively ft" crlves. It'JU A coastASt ipplyolia d es Leaver nawi (retblrom the - nulactoiy, M''8, ble lor the t0' era maikrt awl tmeked at snort tit oolir. j! WILSON'S, luOBrosdwsj. may I It MAS. 152 1 - sr. ilrivil o uill ni. recti ft d at i'0 - WasbiPglon sireti, mr ouuuiub . . i .i ... i.i. i. k ntrn. tin grecahly Willi a piun int - re mi, wi - : - sii.. the eomer of the Bowliig Green W ireet. - " - l F.I.EUAN i F1.1NO tORJES. 10S. IVH tON, 14 Maiden - Lane, hMJ""7, .) ceivcd by ihe Venus, a large w'0''""1 " excellent Pi..PO Fortes, Patent Flutes, lagfT L' m Is, Kc. inanulhilured expii'siy lorfini r iiieV.ti Co. Lm don. Also, l iano Ft - rk MnnP a sen , new inu'ii , a;io every arut. - - - , it al hue ificliuiiifnr, l:mtll IU c&s.owsi . tuners provided. - - .rofl ii mi f " NEW - iORK: PRINTED AND PUBL1SUSD MICHAEL BVRNUAM k CO. No. ii.i.i am - sts1 scet orrofina. Iakk CoirKK - HoceE. in , iiiuiu'i' unam.nii, aim uaving enntined bis prnciut for xears past, exclusively to the cure o diseases of the blood systam, ttiey may safely caJ - uiaW on tint most decided advantaeei inr.

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