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INcOw, w.l'S, ADVERTISING FOR THE feLNEFIT OmiE ACT IN TU13 STATE. corns riOM thi AiutAio,tH A'rw Tori 25fer Packard Riker, Recorder. Willi Brady, 6ept $J Jot - k Browa Oct 3a) Orlaudo H trriman, Sept 19 Christopher N. Kiersted, Sept 24 Benjamin Moore, Oct 17 lsc Treat, Sept 12 William M'l.auslilin, Sept5 Vlraarvaiia I avi. !uni 14 y Job Kitev. Jasper I. Cropsey, and Iar Treat, Sept t . Jacob C Vtott, and Cyrui Bill, Sept 56 - Willtt Seaman, Sept 16 William Clark, Sept 4 Tboma Meltma, Sept 11 - Adolphus Waldroo, Sept 26 Guilliam Johnson, Aug 22 , Frederick IV. Daunenbcrg, Sept 2 I'hilo Hak, Sept. 16 Chmlopber Prince, Sept. 5 JohaVV. Powell,. Sept. 0 Josepbu Boyd, An. 18 Fay ton Gay. Aug. ti Before A. eV. Ktng, Etq. Albany countyBefore Philip S. farter, carter, tn si umitui. Samw I 3. Lockwood, Oct. X , BefortEtUs Hove, Etq. - George Seigeant aod J "tin Sergeant, Oct 17 Abraham Higbam, Sept 84 Gould Farsous, Oct 1 Samuel Wilson, Oct 5 GoldPrsoas.Oct5 I ..AU - SVinlr. Kant 41 Madison county Brf ore Peter Smith, Jint judge VI PelerOOro'. Jererafob HlJnwood. Oct 84 Ik.ii ,.u.. rvi 17 ' Gideoi PtKsW, William 8. Kinney, aod John SniHiifSept 12 ' Richard O. Imeson, Oct 11 John Lyon, Aug (9 Abraham Shaft, Aug 29 Btfort John r, Yale, Etq. . Alva Towns, Sept 11 Samuel Peterson, Sept 12 J.yob Day, Aug 22 Joshua Ward, Sept. II Outgo Gum If rore JwrA Wue, , Judge inthetoun of Cherry Valley. William Height, Sept 26 Joel I. Spencer, Aug 2.5 Cir Troy Before IViXiom L. Marty, Eta Obadiah Finch, Aug. 24 Btfort the Recorder. William Van Every, S.ptli ' - Before Juae Bud. John Sampson, Sept 12 Onondaga CountyBefore Joshua Formanjirsl Judge in Onondaga. Isaac Powers, Sep 25 . Peter Dygert, Sept 22 Karl Smith, Sept 18 . Harry K - btanard, Sept 18 . Daii Lombard, Oct i Lewis Kennedy, Sept. 1 1 Washington County Btfort Antfumy I. Blanch era, tn StUem. Joel Basnit, and Abram Berry, Aug 17 - Esekiel E. Ilennet, Aug 27 William Crighton, Sept. 5 , Before II. C. MartindoU. Benjamin Paddiu, Sepi 22 Saratoga emtnty Before Salmon Child, Jirsl Judge, in Greenfield. Strpbea W. Palmer, Sept la Btfort James M'Crea, Esq. John Young, Sept 18 Smith Lawrence, Sept 18 John Young, Sopt. 3 Andrew Stewart, jun. Sept 25 Before J. Thompson, Etq. William, r'ept 18 Jesse Billing, jun. Oct 19 John Timnierman, Sept 18 Jeiemiah Lebarns. Sunt 13 Qeneute county Before John II. Jones, Jin J utit, t i.eietsur. , Timothy K'.anders. Nov 2 Eiiakioi Elmore, Oct 19 ' Dan Pbelix, Oft 17 lieajaniin Hotter, Oct 17 Thomas Strceter, Sept t? Tubal C. Owen, Oct 15 Edmund ILackley, Oct 1 Asa Fitch, Sept 2 Daniel Oye, Aug 31 John Valentine, Oct 2 ' John Morton. Sept 8 Era Phillips, Sept. 21 Linus Peck, and Alfred Pemhen, Sept. 19 Bitt S.M.Hopkins, Esq. Benjamiu Pottraud fhilo Weltoo, Oct 17 Hudson City l' fort J. U. Monell. Titus H. Cranrft il, bept5 Kboderick Lee, Sept 30 John M. Lasber, Sept 4 James Palmer, Aug 28 Miispi Burr, Aug 2 1 CWumiia County - btfort John I. Milltr, Es. tiodi'rey Garnsr, 0:t 17 EphraimF H;nU, Au31 Chsiutngoeountrf - Btfort Obadiah German, Esq tiuYortcich. Arthur N. DeSenr. Sept 3 Aiwioinery eoiintyBifort Alexander Sheldon, hrttjuaat tn narusion. George Pitrhtr, bept 25 JolmJ.CIut.L Oct 20 Thomas T. Gtt man, Sept 1 0 fetephen B Iiey, io Charleston, Sept 5 1'eter X. Quxkenboss, Svpt 12 Abraham Van Doreti, SpU & Btfnrt Aaron Harmg, Esq. rti RoM. Stmt 19 Steuben county - Before 71imuH'Burney,Jirtt Judge,tn Painted - I'osl. Frederick Towuscnd, Oct 20 Benjamin Snick, Sept 3U Oneida countf, Before JV'u.'ton tTiliiams. F.leaser Haien, Sept. 12 Llijah Adsit, f ept 5 uejore juat .uuier. Walter Fowlir, Sept 5 Orange county Before AoMan H. While, Esq. sit vatnen. Jacob Randall, Aug 29 Schoharie County, before Wm. Bttkman, Esq at S!iaon. James Bates, Sept 5 Caleb Morey, Aug 27 George Alroy, Aue 27 Before II. Beurk, Etq. Anthony Tappen, Oct 6 Jtfferson Cowity... Before IF. D.Ford. Ebas Skinner, Nov 3 George R - Cherry, Sept 35 !aac BnswelU Urn 19 David Stodley, Oct 5 Solomon Rich, tfept 10 . ' Stmuel Miller, Oct. 3 iasa Tyler, Sept 1 Ephraua Carey, A Z 20 Isaac Corawell, jr. Aug. 12 Morris Lortch. Sept. 10 Before Judge Cole. AsgustutSackt, Sept. 14 if arrtn Count before U'mu Ilobardt. James Arcliibaid' Oct 24 laac Smith, Spt 19 ' lwaid f ulter. Sx pt 15 Suiiiroiv County, Utore William A. Tkompton, Ltq. at JJiompsoru Beniamin Rumscy. Aut 26 besse E Bower aud Jolia Marshall, Aug. 31 trankUn Lwuntg. btfore. .1 tbon .Van, tsq. Henry Utiey, bept ly Robert Cooper, Aug 10 L - hn'on - Jere H. H'oJstorflL Beth D. Ballard, No. 16 JUm Rievckor, - cl ii John Bieecker, Sept 12 - Coyuifo Couniv, 6eore Judst Miller. Issmt Whitham, Sept 44 .' He - iry Ramsey, Oct W Mctiab Martin, Oct 10 Victory Tisleyf Sept 7 ' v artltnM Coiaiy, I'fwe Juuge Keep. . rUfus page. Sept 9 Hejiry Jjcoby, Ag. 27. Ckalaque county, btfort 2ettu Cashing, Esq, 1 t vVi.iiAia O xcy, eepu iy John Keeay, Aug. x5 f . . r r r r r f - J . . William Keimelt, Sept 0 Bmrne County, Iffort judge Drake. Zechariah Furdon, Oit20 . Aleiaader Decker, Sept 23 . ' Jamet Williams jr. Sept. & " St. Lawrence County, before Judgt Ford. . Oliver Spencer, Sept 30 Henry L. Woolsey. Oct. 6 Amos Underwood, Sept. 14 Putnam Btfort H. Garrison, Esq. , Peter Beyea, Sept 1 1 ' ' ' Rensselaer county, before Judge Masters. John T. Tyler, Oct 17 John W. Ilajs, Sept 19 Anthony Brees, Aug 29 Before Dand Butt, jun. Abiel Bugby, Oct 17 Wilham B.otaaOctS John I. Weatherwax, Sept. 9 Before Amasa Patne, Esq. John Bcotlrv. Sent 21 Lautaraueus Before Timothy H. Porter, Esq, V - L - i. kJ . 1 A Schenectady, btfort G. Cleveland. James Eward, Aug 25 ' Tempkin County, before John Sutton. Daniel Benjamin, Sept. 22 Before Richard Smith, Etq. Edmund Hopkins, Oct 31 Dttattart Count, before Isaac Ogden, Esq. Sylvester Prtstoa, Oct 17 PbioeM tlowUad jr. Aug 25 Urtene Count, before Motet I. Cantint. John S. tiohtaliog, Sept 19 Jaiaei flarrinrtaa. Aue 31 Dutchest CnaUw Before Janus Emott, Esq. Lawrence Halstead, AogzS John T. Stoutenburgh, Sept. 7 Ontario County, btfort J udgt Nicholas. George Potter, Sept 15 IraBronson. Oct 20 Before JV. iV. HoietU, Etc. at Canandaigua. Samuel Moore, Sept 16 Philip B. Jackson, Sept 19 Samuel French, Sept 5 Herkimer County, before J'. H'xlitams. Samuel Smith, Oct 10 Btfort JS'athan Smith, Esq. Jeremiah Uerington, Sept 15 Beth Cutler. Sept 19 Ruel Barrows, Oct 6 Oneida eoitnty Before Morris S. JUitler. Walter Fowler, Sept 5 Wesl - Chetltr County, tcfire Cahb Tompkins, Jonathan tmitli, Sept 12 Awtfara, before judge Uotchkiit. Daniel Brainard, jr. Oct 19 I.N CHANCERY. Slate ofA'tw York, it. IN pursuance of an ordr of Ibis bonurahle court, beariug date the 27th day of June, 1818, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, io the city of Mew York, under tbe direction bl the subscriber, as one of the mas - lers of this court, on the 21st day of Jury nest, at 2 o'clock at noon, all those several blocks, pie - es or parcels of ground, situate, ly inj and being in the township ol Brooklyn, in tbe county ot Kings, and state of .New - York, aforesaid, and known and distinguished oo a map made by Jer emiah Lott, the 19 Hi day of Mirth, 1802, by ine loiiowiog oouuuuties, io wit, Aoniieny in Iront by Wa'tr - street, southerly in the rear by Froot - street. easterly on the one side by Jack son - street, and westerly on the other side by Gold - street, containing four squares or blocks oi ground. Abo all those certain water lots, lying immediately in Iront ol tbe he lore desennej blocks, bounded as follows to wit easterly by Jackxiu - strect, southerly by Water - street, and westerly by Golil - itrttl, containing in breadth on Water - street the distance between Gold - and Jai kson - strcet, and running into the East Kite r as lar as the grant ol the corporation ot uie city of New - York extendi, nitti the appurteuuuees. Dated June x, iuiu. JAMES A. 1 1 AMI II U.i, Master in Chancery. Note. The above rrciKrtv will be sold in lots anil parcels, accordiun tn a ct rtuio ruao to be made mereoi, which win oe exnimoieu in mr Colfee - home one week befoie the day of sale. J30 law2wdlw The sale of the above prnprty is pnstpnnf d to the Seventeenth day of August nest, at the sanir hour and place. July 21st, 1H18 JAMES A HAMILTON. J 21 dtds Master in Ch'incerr. S' f. JOHN'S H ALL. ORDINARY ! The contiguity of this building to the teat of bu siness, iuduces tbe subscriber to open, for the accommodation of gentlemen connected with public buiiuess at tbe City Hall and others, a public Ordinary. Dinner will be served up pre cisely at half past two o'clock, and turtle soups, reli - hes with the most suitable refreshments ol the seatou, at all hours of tbe day. An elegnnt Ball - Room, decorated in a per fectly national style, is aim at the service of par - 1 ties for dancing, society meeting', or Lw purpo ses of our jutly deserving and aJmirabte milita ry volunteer corps, for their various exercises. he subscriber has spared no pains to render' he building as pleasant as its situation would per mit, aod, by assiduity aud the strictest attention. will endeavour to deserve that patronage which an enlightened and discerning public are at all times ready to bertow. u3 lm JAM En L. IlKUr.IV rlr rvli. 1 R. 1)K ANGKLIS, formerly practitioner of J Medicine in the Military Hospitals of Naples, and admitted a member of the Medical So eietyol new lorK, wnere he has resided since the year 1798, and his reputation and success in practice is now established in the knowledge of the public by near twenty yeari experience, con tinues to be consulted at his office, No. 282 Wa ter street, opposite Crane whan. In Rheumatic and Venereal cases, Dr. De An gelis has been wonderfully successful) and the most terrible effects of those disorders have fre quently been cured by him in a short space of time wun out inwiiTcmtncc i! ihc pancm. Obstructions, ulcers in the throat and palate, slifTueas in the joints, pains in the limbs, eruption uf the skin, together with a numerous train of a - ttila ritittff (mm tir.fyAI nr imitmn.plf lrtatinf I ,i,. nfn,.u.ii (J bu molie ,lf lre,tnient in ,mo,t fnere,lible manner. His extraordinary success is, id a gre:,t mMuiM at,n).iilal.l tn l.ia writ Inn, n Anti. I rheumatic and Anti syphilie Syrups, which svbilst they eradicate every form ofdistase, restore the emaciated patient to vigor and health. N. It. All letters from the country (post paid) will be attended to, and the necessary advice and medicine will be given and sent to aay part of tbe union. Js LOVCAJIUjY. YOUNG LADIES SELKCT SCHOOL, No. 1J CBDAH - lTaEET. 1TR. MEAD respectiully Kites notice, tlm' V i hi School will be again open on Tuesday tie 1st o! beptemner. Young Ladies' will be instructed as eiuai, u a coarse ol r.aueanon; emnracinr an iw im nortant brandies, irom Readme and Penman siiip, to Rhetoric and Natural Philosophy. - r renr.n nv one Ol ine most approveu iinuntu". Enquirers may satify themselves respecting tht Character 01 WIS ochimi, uj canno; uyju m,i j the following gentlemen, most of whom are Richard Varick, Thomas S. Clarkson, Anthony Dey, Amasa Jackon. Caleb S. Riegs, tieorge Grilhn, John Suydam, and James Reowick, Esqrs J 30 lm - ' Aory AgentU Office. Aew - Wk. LOCUST TIMBER WANTED. 'ANTED, a qnanlity of locust timber aod tree - nails. Apply to the Navy Agent, at 81 Wah;nglon - etret. rrr The publishers of the ew - Brunswicfc Times, Newark Centmel, Long - Mand Mar, I New - Haveu Journal, and New - Loodoo uaictir, sill Dtease imblith Uu advertj - ement one ntou'.li. and send their bills to the Nary Agent's Office Jv 18 lm fOK SALE. A LOT of rmnnrf on Hrnndwav. between JX. Walker ari l Caord street, 2C feel 10 inches wide and 175 feet kins:. Inouire of is yet ny lie to P. A JAY, J 1 tf No. 37 Pitw - street. vALvAavx raorairr AT anaica, t a FOR SALE, That very aieellent farm, (the late rest dense of Geo. Osdsrise, Jr. deceased) situate at Jamaica, (L. I.) oa the Rockaway Turnpike, within half a mile of ibe village j eontaiomg about 60 acres of good land, is icelleiit fence nd a - dition. Tae aansiosi bouse is well boilt a - id very large and commodious, cMisisting of two story main building, wkh two wings, making together a front of nearly 150 feel. The nut booses are very convenient aod in eicellent repair ; the barn particularly, is nearly new, and s pposed to oe the largest and best arranged one on tbe island - On tbe premises are, also, good orchard and large ganlea, well stocked with a variety ol Iruiis. ALsO, stood piece of salt meadow, within 3 miles of the farm, containing about 7 acres, and 2 pieces of eteellenl woodland, contai inr, the one about 7 and the other about 10 acres. ALSO, another farm on the main Jamaica turnpike road, about half a mile somberly from tbe Episcopal church in tbe said Village, con' taininz about 36 acres. ALSO, 26 valuable building lots, at the cor ner of Jamaica aod Rockaway turnpikes, opposite the residence of the Hon. RufusKing. The above parcels of property will be sold separately or together, as may be agreed upon, and can be viewed at ail reasonable hours. The slock aud farming otenils may be had with the farm, at a fair valuation. ' The title is indisputable. Apply to U. CODWI5E, 13 Nassau St. Or to the subscriber on the premise , au 7 tf MARY CODWI5E. ROM 2 Sasco, aohiuls. new rum, laodiuK iromslool eatt side Peck - siin, for sle by R. fcC. W. DAVENPORT: CO. aug7 SPEAR'S CALCINED MAUNEHA. .1 Remedy for a Sour Stomach, Heart - Burn, and a vurt lor inauitstton. CALCINED MAGNESIA hasten some timr in use both in Europe and Amtrira : but atterly it has been more Irequently used than for inerly. It was lirst brought into use in Germs - up, and was highly eitolled by Hotlinao, on on wiioee authority it was introduced, hut very coofiuedly, till the knowledge oi it, and itn - icpf - lence, was more eilrnsively diffused by the author of a medical pamphlet, entitled an " Essay upon the Nurtitig aud Management of Children," lc. This author has bestowed much time and attention in the iovestieatiooof the virtuis of the calcined magnesia, and in most instances hat great judgement and knowledge of the subject on which lie treated, and thceby has brought this medii ine into hih rtpute. We cannot, therefore, lure properly exp'aiu its reputed vir tue, thau b quoting the passage in which he re commends its uie. Me says that the tirsf and general cause of most diteases to which iufants are liable, is the acidity which their occa sions in tbeir stomai hs. I his acidity becomes err obvious Ircu the cripinz and rureing occa sioned thereby. It may not be improper to mention an easy and ge m rally a certain remedy, or rather preventive, if timely atiiuinnlered, vr.ich tlie magneiia alba, calcined. This aiedicior dectualiy cures all aciJi'aes, proves a mild lenient purgative, and kt - es the body gently pn, without leaving hehind it that cosuve state whiih lav s the foundation for ninnv d;i!iiri roun and troublesome dieaw i." lie author ol the above rr.cntionrd essay fur ther observes, that " notwilhstandiag the pti u - liur eiceileiice of this preparation in removing indigestion, yet still it labors under a duauvau - taee dilfir.ult to he obvinled, as norheuiisl I at as pursued a method calculated to dives' it coin - leli'iy ol us rruilKir', aii'i nixt It Hint pre - iuii - ueiK'e vvhi h i'l merits (win ti prnrly piepared) woulil jut:y dpm.ind lor it is a well rlaolisutd fact, that ii.digrsti'in if Uie primary cause oln.a - of the niof alarming and dangerous ili? ea s iuch'clil to the human svslrm ; roiiseuuenlly the mngnetia alba, when properlv calcined, would the most ttneacinu? remedy liill.t - rtc. known." Successful ni t ruin uti huve fully doinousl rated, that Ine imgnsia here recommended h.. nrnvcil the perfection at which the above author hints. bold cnly (by hppoiijtmenO bv JOHN t'. MORRISON, Druecipt, lull tSreenwii h stTrct, and HULL IJO VNAE, Druggists, 146 l'eurl - street, iuw York. J 31 liu OTSTO LEASE AT THE NORTH RIVER S' ITUATE between Barelav and Murray street., Chamber aed Reed - strects, Jav aud llarri'sou - strcet:. and North Moore nnd flcacb streets, at a price very considerably loss than in terest on their value, and at Ibe expiration of the term the buildings to be fairly valued and paid tor, or a new lease granted. Also, to let by the year at a low rate, Severn) lots or yards on the water, well calculated lor lumber, plaster of pari. Sic. Apply to 1 11. KIJIALLAA DER. 31 Park, near the Theatre. Several of tbe above lots will be sold at a mo derate price tud cm a liberal credit. A small portion of the ninuey only will be required. June II - II NEW - YORK SPERMACETI OIL K CAN DLE FACTORY No. 52 BROAD - WAV f'l H F1 C AMU EL JUDD, has f.r ' "1 K 11 P sale, wholesale aud retail, JV".'"? '?3Mf' - l wmter pressed an1 summer rJsriiJJ."ir strained Spermaceti A - Ofiir Oil, at the alxtve factory, or at the old stand, I'JO r ly Market. Alio, SPERM ACK TI, WAX. 1 TALLOW MOUIJ) CANDLKS. Together with a g' neral as - snrtiiient ol J.ainp, Lamp - lase, Lamp Wicks ; and for the accommodation of customers. Tin Canisters. from 1 to 15 gallons ; Keirs, lrom5to la eallons : Jus from I to 3 do; vi'h a variety of other articles. all of which are warranted ot the firt duality. and as cheap as ran be purchased in New - fork The above articles ent to any part of the city free of ex pence, where the purchaser makes ii an object. J 31 T fel.LOX, No. 4 9J Co Court landl - rtrret, near l rojdtrav, im porten of ! he LIVER POOL PA TEAT LAMP, have the pleasure to itilorm the piiblicund their friends tliat t!iey liave j'i't re xirn - iveSH - sT'mentof the above Lvo;, of the mint re cent improvements. iKieuc A gen eral awortment of Stand Lnrnp, for chimney pii - cev, side board, t;tblr;,fcr. Sic. cf Q'W and elegant patterns, whicn.loror niment and utility, are unnv ailed with grettt variety of olhcr Lamps, such as have never been introduced before : all of which arc warranted perfect, and il otlicrwir, may be re turned. Have al.o receivel a grent assortment of Lamp Glarcee and Lamp Wicks, suitable for all kinds of lamp. N. B. All order in their line executed will. failhTutoMS and punctuality. A liberal de.luc Lion to wholelr dealers. auj5 tf jr4 POH A I" - 1 on h Huds - n, about a mile from Newbu'gb, containing 133 acres, 33 o' which are Woml'ai.d. ti.c rest is divided by good h - nre into a rfue rroi.o - tion ol mradow. rraiile id r; - ture land. The buiMiic are partly new ih ! convenient for a small family : its situ .lion ia Miiialtrd in teautv tV ew onlhe river thr aHtantaerrs. from the'vicinity of a rtonrj'h irnr tillace. of pn'ilic worship, society and e Km markrt, with the facility m comrmutratior with New ler it a d'siml'U rcstds - nce tor a gentleman. 4'MW d'lar ol the punraw m.n n.av remain "n mortssijr t the payment : f ts - .e real wi'l He Hivte easy to Uie purchaser. AiV s "i premises, to Jt 23 tf I. VERPLANCK. P03T COACH' STEAM - BOAT LINE, FOR PHILADELPHIA. BT WAV rrV BMf AtBTHTOWW FOHT. , (Through io One Day.) Rag mamtmaaaSMaawmtmtmi A NEWLineofPotCoacluwitbeyerycoo - r sf.ipnr for naiwuirrrs aod bncCBKe, on fnrinira. alurfa frnm Hut Cnarh ofllce. No. 1 Courtland - street. near Broadway, Jiew - York, every momiog, (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, in III Ktm Rua! Atafanta. via EbzabelhtOWP Brunswick. Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, aild arrive at fbiladelphia Ibe same afternoon, a 4 o'clock. A , A second Line of new Post Coadies will start from New - York every morning, (Sundays ei - cented. 1 at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Alalan - ta, lorikeet Trentoo.and arrive at Philadelphia, in a Steam Boat, nest morning at 10 o'clock. Pare 5 dollars. P. S. Passengers are requested to call and take their Beats at Uie otnee i"o. i N. V. i United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, nitti every convenience for passengers and baggage, or rings. The U. b. mail coarb will start from lie coach fire, No. 1 Conrtlaiidt - st. New. fork, every day at X o'clock, r. an. and arrive at rr.u adelphia nest morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 pas seneers admitted. for seats io the ahovenamed Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, and Steam Boat office. No. 1 Court - landWeUeet. near the corner ot Broadway, New York : or to A. T.GOODRICH & CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, uad at No 53 Whitehall - street. New - York. (rAH goods and baggage at the risk of tht owner. JOSEPH LION, bOiNS t io. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Con THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je 24 SWIFT - SLUE MAIL IJOACIIEb, roa. rHii.AnBi.rnia, vfT - n ffT" leave New - York ..:.r C....1 ,.i.o. vJceiittrt) at uo'cinca, anu ar - sFrive in Philadelphia nest i in dinner. The fiuhlick houses are good, and reasonable in their charges. The driver, horses aud roach es are not inferior to any others now running between these two cities. 1'he beautiful country, and the excellence of the roadsoo this rout, con nected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable espences, are heleived to be strong inducement to travellers in pivine this line a rteculed pretrr encr. I he strictest attention will be observed by theiwptietors in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at the risk oi the owner utile's insured aod receipted for by the cbrk of said office. Staee fare only 25. withaeenerousallowanct ofb.tgg.ige. Parties wishing to travel at their liiture, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying on (lav previous to starting. For seats apply at Northern Hotel. No. 79 C'nurtlnndt - slreet, New York. L.lU4, SU.S, A - sl r. p 2 Proprietors. L N ION LINE. AaaaKattaaaBaaBj F O R P Fl I L A D L 1. P II I A. I'wenty - five mile land carriage, via New - Briinsv. ick and Trenton. In iw p' - st coaches $ 5 Do gocd strgts 4 50 !.) lorerastie i r derk passengers, 3 50 Connf fed hy t'.e steaiu boats oLIVR BRANCH ard r A. The steam boat Olive llrincii will leave New York every day, Sun day's excepted, from the rotlh side of the Bat tery, hi 1 1 u'clocK, A. i. rusenters win ioj!g at Trenton, and take the steam boat Philadelphia, so astoarrivc in Philadelphia at lOo'clock ihe next morning, in time to take the Union Liue ll.iKiinore steam boats. This line bus conoecticn with the best Iraats on the Delaware nnd t hvsaneake tn Norfolk a also those of the Noilh River and Sound ;aud heir several arrivals are calculated tocaue lit tie, if any delay. mists a speeov ana certuiniv ine most conve ienl route, as the paMmeers will b - ave iew - Vnrk after the banksrpeu, and arrive in Pl.ila - deloliia beiore the four - of hminess, without In - tigue in travelling or want oi ileep, the land car riage oeir.g murn H ss man d any otiierrouie be tween the two titles. For seats in the above line apply Io WILLIAM B. JAQUF.S. At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - keiGeld street, north side of the Battery, between Greenwich aril Vahi;;ston strtels or to The CA f'l A IN on board. 07 All goods and baggage at the riss of the inf - r. np 4 NU I It For the further accommodation ol tl, puMic, the de rparture ol the r ireny from jpcrTs3irjrj lew - York and Newburgh will be in lulure on the fcllowi c days : Leave New York on Monday, Wcdnedaj an'! Saturday, at? A. M. Leave .nrwnuriih on lues I' V. r inlay a oil sumluy at b A. M. 'I Ii - ubove arraneement willcoinmcnce by the Firttly leaving Newburgh on Sunday, the 24th May. I he Western Stage leaves Newhurch imme' diatel) after the arrival ol tbe Firefly. mv tt S At fun AVU BKTHLKHRM HEW 1.1 SK, VIA NKW - BRUSSWICK. rft fjT - Passengers will leave frucua s.ew.York every Monday J - mt tmi, - fVJ f on r nauy, av 1 1 O'clock, Olive Branch ; lodge at New Brunswick ; leave there early next morning, nnd arrive at Lust on at 4 o'clock in the alVrnoon. Returning, leave Easton every Monday end Friday, at 5 o'clock, A. .vi . lodge at New Brunswick : a'nve at iew York at 1 1 o'clock next morning, in the steam boat Olive Branch. The staae connected with this lineisagoMl four - horse stage. fasage from N. Ifrunswirk to barton, S3 SO : from Enston to Bethlehem, 75 cents. I or seats in the above lin,app!y to WM. B. J AU.UF.S, at the Philadelphia Union Line Steam - Bout Omce, aorlh side of the battery. KUtscni Lb reuN, rropnetor. Jel3tf tOU PHlUUtt.l.h'HIA, Via ELIZA BETH - l OH A" POtXT. Jit Hit t ij I - COACH I I.M., Thnmeh in a day and bo dav - Uehl. LEAVES New - York in the steam - boat Ata - lanla, from the fool of White hl l - street. near the Battery, at5o'cl - ck, A. M. Enquire at o. 1 Courtlandt - strcct and No. 53 Whitehall - street, at which places seats may be taken. Je20 tl AM BOY OS SUNDAY. Tlie Steam Boat OLIVE INCH will sailf'.r Am on Sunday next, nnd r succeeding: II o'clock pn cisely. the will leave it at 4 P. M. to arrive at 7 o'clock. I'aseiigers may either dine on hoard cr at any Mine vaverns. i assngeay cents sotnj.tiie samr price for returnire ; dinner oo board 75 cents. f. S. Io making the trip she will .ail round ?Hien Mi:nn. t OAKI)lU HlKJL. THE MISS BENNETT'S have opened a hnanun arhwl for y ong Indies, on tbe south siue oi i - owies notk. in a situation very h. - ..l!iy, and alitinnli rcnvenit to the rity, c.ite retire - l. The uvial Eng'ish branches aod Veedlewotk, Fr - nch, Music, Dancing aod Draw - ir,t. are taairht, ty themteives or by approved r.itisten. For .terms Kc. apply to Mr. D. I GREENE, S4 Wall - sUtct, w at tlie school. J14U . THE, SOUJrD STEAM BOA T - LIA E, . t''T ' The proprietors, with a frjT ItJ " ' - ; iw of accommodating the " - ipublic, by extending the line Wi Norwich, intend making tie eiperiuseat with the Falton, Capt. Law, und this route (if found practicable) will be continued during the season. The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, at follows : The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 0 o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Haveo. The Fulton Capt Law,' will leave Norwich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same days, touch ut A ew - London and depart from thence for Jfew - Haren at 8 o'clock. The boats will meet at Aitr Hactn, and depart from thence every Monday, IVtdnet. day aud Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening t!j Connecticut lor Arte - Fort, and the Fulton lor Aieir - London and JVoiiticA. mhl7 .NawksettbH and mah. - btaub' THHKE TIMRI A WKF.K. EAVES Newburgh every Sunday. Tuesday. SratS?'!afand Thursday mornings, at n ,mm three o'cloca, runs through .Mootgomery, Bloominghurgh, Mooticelio, by White Lake, Coshecton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Cheuaugo Point, Owega, Itbica, and Geneva, to Canandaigua. Returning leaves Canandaifrtia every Mon - day, Wednesday and Fii lay morning at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boata which arrive in New - Yo;k the following1 moninp. fXj It ma!t expected that at all timet when tht steam - boats alter their days of running, that litis lute trill alter so as Io mett them. ' 1'he whole route will be perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and From the first of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until tbe lirst of May, in four days and from the 15tli December, tin - til the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaigua in four days. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canamiaigtia, Niagara or IluHalo, can leaie N. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred milt s. 1'he line is well furnished with good, new carriages t good liorsea, and careful and experienced drivers Every attention will be paid to render tbe passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious i and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. ffj FARE from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. II. A btanch of the same line runs three times week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Ott'ego Tioga Point thence through Newtown and Painted Pott, to Bath, kc. V BACCACE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Bloomingburgh,') E. C. St. John. Mount l leasant. I L. & R. Manning, Chenango, Irmprie - i ..i,.. rio. ilk: - . f . ' ituntn wiirj nun B) I tula samoel Greeulic, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laiising, mh 14d6m THr. M r..1M BOA T A TALAfiU.i, , MJil t. XJU. A UK ill 1 O W N J'Ol N T, EAVES N York each day, Sundays except ed, from the foot of White - ban sireet near the Buttery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. ; leaves Eliia - betbtown Point at H o'clock A. M. and half past IX o'clock and nail past 4 o'clock V. in. Je 20 tf "fciCTl W On the I lib ol May, commenced running lour u. u I. a n.ii.i Vijlylf Nw - York on Tues - itay, dt o'clock, A. M : Wednesday, at 5 P. M; r riday, at y A. M. and Saturday, at 5 I . M. ol each v - eek ; and a lioat leisves Albany on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, aod Saturday, at 9 A. M. The Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for Newburgh, and retiinnon Monday, Wcctces'lav anil 8 A. M. .' 2; WrlUOPlNG CDbGll. OCTOR SCOTl'S Pectoral Mixture, which is a safe nnd effectual remedy for the whooping cou - h. It is only ten years since it wasollercd to Uie public, und some thousands of children, both in England and Scotland, have heen cured by it, alter every other medicine had been used without erlect. It is held in the high est estimation f r its excellent and saluhriou virtues. It promotes tentle perpirtioo, removes viscid phi. gm by an ay and afe cxper - loriiiiou, anu is nigniy saiui iry in ine lunts ; ii atrengthtns anddelends the stomach, gives n reat - r liberty of breathing, and produces the iiiot safe, salutary and happy etfi - cts, by prevrnt - ing those distressing and coMvulive conchs, to which thousands of imlividimls, in ronse - nueiire of neglect, prematurely fall a sacrifice. It is not by exciting a temporary stimulus of relief in those violent paroxysms that its qualities are manifested, but by effectually remov - injr those distressing symptoms, by giving vegnur to the weakened frame, and renovated health to tbe afflicted individual. Sold wholesale and retail, by It. Robertson, Apothecary, No. 82 Broadway, and J. C. Mori - son, Druggest, No. 188 Greenwich - street, N. York. Drtiggests throughout the United Mate., may be supplied with the Pectoral Mixture, at either of the above places, at the lowest wholesale price. ,l.y 7 'im MUTUAL INSUUANcr. COMPANY OF TRXt CITT OF KEV7 - T0HK. The oldett Institution for Insurance against Jirt tn this cttv.) ri'SURE against Loss or Damage hy Fire, Dwelling Houes, Ware Houses, Buildings in general, Merchandise, Ships in port and their cargoes, llousetmiil rurui.ure, and every tie' scnptioei of personal property, on terms as favo raie as similar incuiuuons in mis city. This Company is incorporated solely for Die rurooee of insuring araint losses by fire, and has rirrumwrilied its operation cl, icily within this cut ana luiuieoime proiiujiiy. In addition to the Capital Stoctr. J500.000. which is secured by bond anil mortgage on real estate and public storks, this Company possesses a haodsome surplus I unit, invested in like man' ner ; parties assured may tlierefore repose the ful lest confidence in the solidity of Its capital, and that any losses or damage will be settled will promptitude and literahty. The difiercct rates ol premium and conditions of Insurance are uniform with those of the other Fire losurnnce OGk - e in thiacity The public are referred for particulars Io the printed proposals in circulation, and which may oe uua on application ai no. tx ail street. GABRIEL FURM AN, President, JOHN P1NTARD, Secretary. maySR IOH.N H t - YY I1T still resides at No. 24 W a 3 ter street, where he has a very handsome and fahionatile assortment of Cabinet Furniture on hand, which he will warrant to lie of the Brat quality. He solicits bis New York and southern friends to give hint a call, as he flutters himself they w ill not oe disappointed. Orders executed at the sborteitaotjcsj, Jt tt tf A sllSMraitg fbat kk asw u sUidji i.h tweeo things that differ aimber of th.'..,'00' ' aad surgery there, deeitD" y to repeat wmeonrervaUoa;: the abuse of MERCURY rash, indiscriminate, aad I unon.i? fed ."ereoi,baTbe1ntt tive of inbnii i :.V sands are annually mercurialired out of ex? l .nee. The disease we have in view owe, i . ?1" Ul results chiefly to this source. VHat . V? that a young man, the hope, of hi. couS rtJ the darling of , parents, should be mtc?ed . way from all tbe prospects and enjoymu0?n; by the consequences of one nnmaroVH ana py a disease not in it which only proves so from netlect or treatment.'' uent) now perfectly hear ai - :d I.u 'l.?,'. - ander physicians of geneial practice, .ii ye7? and re,ated.y.aUvbl.d; when recomDjendeS?' Dr. 11. (by gNjt eman or this city) hL" TV were canons, and his flesh droppi,lr7rom rj?' bis frieadi i declared he Ccld not peLm,'?' two months longer. Thousands et?? know with what ease end e.Vty Dr. HJ cates the severest rases, end contim,. toeVn ' tuUon. The Doctor's plan (advertiih) ressary to guard Uie public against fU JJr.Ju'. mercury, wi.l other fatal delusiow, held forH? ' Person., theiefore, having contracted .7 vate disorder, or suspecting latent poison V? admonished not to t&mtier wiih theircon!i;r tion, or conceal tbe disorder, till rWri"' ry i others having the remains of an e!dV7" or otlier impuriues of the blood, aiwella. ,? er complaints of a delicate nature, in .in, sex. should remember imatn'tv 7 j uir to their consciences, by makin anni.V.'. to Dr. H. at I.I. old and re7plaug1", lishment, No. 64 Water - street, fo K cf Old - s'.ip, to obtain that prompt sit?Br lone tah nhited lb prevent disclosure. And?" let me claim your serious attenUon - lUmeiB! a suirhcial cure is no cure at all tinle,, fincssis radically don, ya wi: ce'tainV. l tlie disorder treak out again with rtdouhid Iignity. at some future period ; perhaps then 5S be too fate for remedy. Do.t y0i 0fUl, I the streets miserable, mutilate, beings, witholi even a hit of nose on their face f Takwarn. 1 beseech you. M wriBai Dr. H. character for skill sod stubborn intel erity m tug universally known in thi. .". 11104, guarantee to patienU that delicacy and ss. rrery hiUierto unknown, and having confined bis practice foryears past, exclusively to tbe cured diseases of the blood sysUro. they may safely ca1. rulate on (he most decided advantnr. i. suit in Dr. H. " Gleets eradicated in I we or three weeks. Strictures removed without imueiesnranv..ik. er instrument ; and all debilities: likewise all old u! erations, fcntulu's . A plurality of ortn - es are prorided, and so sits. ted that patients are not exposed toeach other observation. Open till half past 9 in the evenint. All persons concerned are invited to be free ia calling, ud sneaking witb Dr.U. which is ln of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid tie expression ofgra'itiiile for innumerable rccou - mendations, and lor the derided preference (it ia presumed with justcause) long given Lisa by mdicious puljic. N. B. Ali letters must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. AugS7 lar Pi LI J ti Kit qUJil JiAHX A OR lMtVUl - DR. EVANS' superid method ofcuringacei tain Disease, isnowunivi lly acknowledged in tha city ; his mode ol trentmit is perfectly mild, safe, ei twuiuous, and ms cbarg reasonaliie. In every ii 4tance he warrants a cure. 'iMd wijl return the ptyifte nne noi periorm agreeaoe to contract. jl i v Kt i i " - w ii.w nmais f i !: III tK 'I,kak satni MriaVV Ca Ka - a fra nL.B. A There are many persons in this city and its vicinity, laboring uuder various chronic disecses, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, acrcauia or kings evil fistulas, diseases mi sfra wthra. Diadder ana kramea, oiu cuuiin icii t - uBipmisis of a certaiu anture, bilious and other obitrae. tions, rlieiimatism, Ac. which they consider ince - rable, they can certainly be cored (in general) by a pplving at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. I pj liyUIE C Vi aw asaiay auvuivm sJlWI p I'eck - snn. na.inir prncusea in extei.un iwispitals in Europe If yean, under some of Ibe first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, sad made those obstinate diseases his constant study WnniM" VJCV IX , FRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall - street, genii - fl . .m'sdressiiis loom, has for sale a lew us - sors of Damask Steel, made by the celebrates' Marxian, of ParH. He has also received an as - sortmenlofthe best English Ruiors, which he warrants good. - If proved to the contrary, mo ney refunded. Also, cuts and dresses hair io the latest stylt and in a manner so as to adapt it to the physiognomy. Mr. FRUMENTO returns his sincere thanks to his customers, and the public in general, for their very liberal patronage, and solicits a continuance of their lavours. He has likewise procured a very fine none, ana engages to restore rasors to a very keen edge, and st'.outd uiey noi cui wen ne win receive n recompence. . Gentlemen who subscribe by tbe quarter, wn have their apparatus kept exclusively for thess selves. Je 3" - .1 . e QUALITY KAPIiKS SOAP R. FRUMENTO has receited a bet"1 iVl the he best perfumed Naples bhavins ""IJ which he warrants to he of the first quality. ai which he will sett any gentleman wishing to mam the trial of it, at No. 1 Wall street. t J zi Im ACOSTSTA ..pplyoflsj dies Beaver Bsi'i fresh from lbs 4" nufactory, suds - bleforthe sou era market, w packed at the shortest aouce, j WILSON. 160 Broady may 27 NEW PATENT PIANO FOKiro. G' EO. 1 NKWBERYrespeetlully aan - dently assures his friends and me p - - that at his otfice, 13U Pearl street, mayswr" el.ased the above instruments lower Ibaa T t ihor ulace in the eitv i where may also MaeUels patent Metronomes. J 91 PRlhTED A AD PUBLISHED MICHAEL BVIVfHAM CO. No. 49 Willi am - tt ow"os!T liAMt iAIFFKB - IIODea. i 55&;trH ( arf?' V??

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