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   Washington Globe (Newspaper) - July 10, 1829, Washington, District Of Columbia                                 turiliiy aittf á M, «rtive lû fnrtkniifTMliifii mm év 4 p m. . '  L«*re CortbiMl VUIâge every Monday, Weüne«-tía) Miul Friday at 6 a m, arrive at Owtgu «une days  by 4 i> ».  764. Fi-om Candor by Speni^r, Cayu«a, We* Cavuta, and Catharin« to Havana, SO milet and baek G % a week m »ta^ea.  L<-»vtf CandtM- evei>- IHie^lay, Tbur^ay and 8a-(uriUy at 7 a m, arrív« at Havana ■atne «la^ • by 5 p m.  Leave Havana evety Moralay, Wednesday and Fñ Iv « 6 ■ m, arm-6 at Candor tame days by 4 p ni.  765. FRMn Cin^i^ius by M'ilkt and Frect(«wn to Mar^Hon |6 mile« ami back, once a «r«ek.  L« avé Cinciimahu «very Friday át 6 a ra, arrive at M trathón shnic day by 11 a m.  L> ave N^tathon evt Fii^v at 1 p n^ ftrnve at CincinnatiuMune day bf 6 p m.  766 FiHin I Jsif by Union l iUaire, Marathon, and Freetown Comvrs, to McGrawsville 19 miles and back «nee a week.  Leavé l.í»l« c-vtry Holiday at 6 a m, anive ftt McGrawsville same day by 11 a m.  Lea>-V MoOrawwilhr «ve^ Mand»y at 1 p m, arrive at Lidfe «Mie day 7 p m.  767. From TruKton by Apulia, and La Fayette, to Otuuldafa Hollow 22^ milea and back once a week.  Leave Truxton every M^edneaday al 5 a m, arrive at OiiandftfC» HAttow same day by 13 noon. > I^vc Onandaga Hollow evei^r Wednesday at 1 p m. attire at Troxton same day by 8 p m.  768. From Cinct.iaatus to Lnle 14 milea >nd back •nee a week.  Leavet^mcWmatus every Wednesday at7 a m. »r-nvi at Uffll' same day 13 nmm.  Li a\-« Liiile eveir we.lne^y at 1 p M, arrive at Cincimmnis same^iwy by6pni.  769. iFmm Wiiftiainton bv Windsor, Colesville« Haptrsville, New Oiiio, Coleavitle and Qsborn Hollow to pin^Mmion, equal to 23 miles and back once a week.  Leave Bittftnmton every Sfttnrday at 61 m, xe* rive at HarfMersvflie same day by t p ro.  Leave Hair|ief«vill« saMie¿y at S p m, arrive at DiitfrhiNntmi nest day by 9 a m.  770. From Bw^m on by Union, tJiii'Ni Villafe, Maine, Ñantícoke, Lisle, and Upper Lide, to W Met» return froiir Willet by Üpp' r L sle, Lisle, Wlûmcyè Point and Castle Creek to Bii^uuton, equal t«40 miles and back, once a week.  Leave Bmi^iiamton every Thursday at 8 a n, ar-rive at Willet same d*y byf p m.  Leave WiUe: evtry Friday at6am, arrive atBin|f-haniton aante day by 8 p m.  771. From Greene by Spees' Spa to McDonoug^h 12 mt les and back, once a wt ek.  Leave Greene «very Wednes^y at 6 a m, arrive at McUunouffa aaase day by 9 a m. ^^  ixave McDcmough same day at Ham, aiflK at Grt^fue same day by 3 p m.  772. From South Bfiniirklge by Coventity to Oxford 14 miles and back,' once a week.  Leave ftouth Bainbridge every Wednesday at 6 a m, arrive at Oftford someday by 11 a m;  I.eMve Oxrord same d^ at 1 p m, arrive at South Bainbri^pe same day by o p m.  77;1. From Bainbridge, on the Eastside of the 8u»-«¡iichsiuRriver, by CoMlesvillç and Wiiubor to Wind-«or Urxlf^ 16 mUesand back, once a week  Leave Bainbridre every Wednesday at 6 a m, arrive at Windsor Bridge same day by 11 am, l.eave W>i.dM>r Briilge every Wednesday at 1 p m, arrive ,at Rainbridi^ same day by 6 p m.  774. from Newburffli by CoMenham, Montgnme ry, U#vUle, Bloomin¿sburirh, WurUboro, Monticel-ki. White Lake, Bethel, Colchester, Damascus Pa. Pleasant Mount, DemocksviUe, Gibson, New Mil-f(.rd, Crtt Bend, Conklin's N. Y. Mingtiamton, Union and F^ Owego to Owtgo 142 mUes and bai k, dtify In 4 horse post coaches.  Leave Newb«nch daüy at 6 p n^ «m*« »t Owego in 39 hours, by 9 á m.  Leava Ow^ daily at 3 p ffl, arrive »t Newburgh In 41 hours by 8 a m. .  775. From Owego by SraitíMbom, Barton, Mill--town. Pa. Atkei^ Factorvvdle, Chemi^, Baldwin, Kl>n)ra, Big Flats, Paint«! Post,.Campueiltown and Mod Cr«ek to Bath 78 miles md ba«k, daÜy, in 4 horse post e<>ach«s.  Leave Owego daily at U » m, arriv« «t Elmyra same day by 9 p aa, and at Bath i^i^t di^ by noon.  Leave Bath every day at I p m, arrive at Klmyra litine day at 9 p m, Md at Owego next day by 1 p m  776. From Bath by Avoca, Coahoeton. Patchin's Mills, IMnsville, Üparta„ Grovetand, GeiieSe«, South Avon, Avon, West Rush, ¡Unit and Henrietta to Itiehe«ter 74 .Diles and Lack daily in 4 horse post «uacke^k  Xesve Bath duly «11 p m, arrive at Rochester the next day b\ 1pm ,  Leave Kocbester daily «t 12 m, arrive at Bath next 4lav by IS iioaa.  ^77 From Bath by Kensedysville, Homellsville, Almond, Centre AlmowU W« st Almond, Angelica, iWemlshtp, Cuba and HUisdale to Olemn 70 milea and back 3 times a week in 4 horse post coaches. Leave llath Tuesdays, Thursdays, awl baturday« 1 p m, arrive at Olean 4J»e next day by 7 p m Leave «lean Tues.Uys, TSiurstla^ s and Satuulays It 4 a arrive at Uath next day by 12 n -on  ¡7i., fl»« Hath by Urbana, Wayne, Wayne Ho. fl Bai"ói>gt»n, Pe in Van and Bent«»o to Genet's, 47'mile« and back, and from Vtalh by Kennedysvillr, Wheeler, Prattsbiirgh.. Italy Hill, Jenu^tm, Prnn Van, awl Benton to Geneva SO miles and back three times a week on each rtmd in 4 horae post coaches, and ihree times a week between Penn Van and West  Bres len 6 miles.  Ikiih ever>' day except Sunday at 1 p m, arrive at Geneva next dav by 9 a m  Leave Geiwtyaeveiy <lay except Sunday at 1 p m, ^ve at Bath neitt day by noon  779. From Bath hf Cameron, South Cameron, JaH»«-andTmipsburgh, to Rnoxv'Ule, Pa. 32 miles Aod back once a week.  Lt ave Bath every Friday at 5 a ro, airiye at Knox vale same day by 4 p m  Lr*ve Knoxville eveiy SatunUy at 5 a m, amve at IWHii a-iroe day by 4 p m •  780. From Bath by Mount Washington, Jersey, S'lirar HM, and Salubria to Havana, return from Ha vaiia by MowUnd. Homeby. Meal's Creek, ai^ Mud Cre* k to Kath 35 miles and back once a week.  Leave Path every Thursday at I p m, arrive at  llavanna nest day by 10 a m  Leave Havanna same day at 1 p m, amve at Bath next day by 11 a m  781. Vr«m Bath by GolTs MHls, Howard, Bath bane's SetOcWMt. Loon Ijike.and South ÜansviUe to DanaviUe 3J miles and back once a wrek.  Leave Bath eveiy Thursday at 5 a m, amve at l>visville s^/me day p m.  Leaye ¡HnaviHo every Friday at 5 a m, amve at BMh «une day at 6 p m. ^  782. Kwm Elmira by Horse Head, Veteran, C^ tharine, and Newfield to IthUsa 37 milea and back  n timea a week in 4 horse pwt coaches.  Elmii» ITuesday, Thursdav, and Saturday at 9 a M. arrive at, Ithica «me days by 6 p  Lave Uhic» Mondays, Wednesdays am' Fridays «t 7 a m-aniv« it Elmiw same davs at 4 p m. 783 fÎSTifiomby Horse Head, Piie Valley, Falls or Burdeit^ Hec  Ovid, «» to dtemate as to »¿^i®!  FalU and Buidette 45 miles and b«* th»e tmies a week in 4 horse post coaches. . „ .  L«ue Elmiw^eaday. Thiirs^ and Saturday  a46am, amve at Ovid same days by 6 pj^ ^  Leave OvW Monday» Wediies<l^. and Frday at 6 am, arrive at Bln.ira same dayaby 6 pm.  784. Fram Elmira by Horse Head« Pi^ V^ej , lUvana, Salubria, leading. Rock Milo, Mik» Ce ntre, Penn Van, Benteii Centre, and Goram to Canandaigiia 70 miles aftd back three times a week in 4 horse post coaches. , „ ., *  Leave Ehnira Monday Wednesday and Fi^v at 4 a n)i arrive at Csnandaigua iame da)^ by 711 n».  Leave Canandaigxia Tuesdav. I hursday and tur«\ay at 4 am, arrive at Elmira sttne chys by 7 p m  nr  IP. p. BliAlR«]  .....¿ù-- -,------í ,----r r I-  'ras woau» is ssvsaax» roo noca.'  CITY or WA9Hli^lSTOi\.  (VOJL. U""SO. 24.  •MMiJLV'^  TUßHlDAV. JUIiY IO, l8S1t.  m, strive at  785. From Elmira by Southport, French's Mi»», Pa. Ui^geU's Mills, Ingltam ai«l Rutland WManificld, 26miIeiaiidbaiikoneeaweek.  Leave Ehnira every Thnrsday at 8 a arrive at MansfteldMrt<?^y by4pjn- ^ . "  Leave Ma.*llelii every Friday at 8 a m, arrive at £hnirasMie4a^1»!r 4p in< , .. .  786. »ro« Elmiri4yliorth Ebnira, Psediqont» Mazda's Hill, Townsen(l, WafrlsiMuirh, flal^n-rfmg»s Cwn^ WwmiVt Ciwfcer and West Oiresden  toOs«M%«3miUsandIkdt (Mteoa  Leave Ehnira every Tuesday at 7 a Geneva next day by 4 p m.  Leave Gmeva every I1i«rsday at 7 a m, arrive at Elmira next day by 4 pm.  787. From G- neseo by Mwmt Morris, Brook*» Grove, Niindn Valley, Niinda Grove and Allen to Attgtlica 36 miks and back three times a week in 4 hor»e post coaches.  .Leave Oeneseo Mond^', Wednesday and Friday at 6 a m, artive at Angelica same day« by 3 p m.  Leave Angelica every 'i'uesiUy, Th«irs»lay and Saturday at 6 a m, arrive at Oeneseo same days by  3 pm.  788. From Perry bv Castile, East Pike, Pike, South Eagl«-, Cen<reviUe, Rushfohl and Oil Spring to Cuba 44 miles and back three times a week in 4 horse p"St c<taehea  Leave Perry »-very Tues^M', Thursday and Saturday at 4 a Tn, arrive at Cuba same days by 4 pm.  Leave Cuba every Montlay, Wednesday ami Friday a 4 a m, amve at Prrry'same d.-»y» by 4 ^ m.  789. IVom Ithaca by Enfield, Merklenbnricli.Btn-dette, Havana, Sahibria, Reding, T> rt« fc Wayne,  4 Comers to Urbana47 nyiet, once a week and back between Ithaca and Havana 25 miles and Uir^e times a week Mid back in stages between Urbaua and Havana 22 mdt-a.  Leave Ithaca every Thuiwby at 4 a m, arrive at Havana same day by 11 a m.  Leave Havatia ev«^ T^tesday, Thmsday and Sa-tunlay by 12 noon, arrive at Urbsma sama days by 5 p m.  Leave Urhana every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 a m, arrive at Havana same days by 1 p m.  Leave Havana every Wednesday at 2 p m, arrive at itiiaca same day by 8 p m.  790. Frem» Hornby by Hammond's Mills, Painted Post, Addiaoo, Woodhull, Jasper and West Troups-biirirh to Independence 61 miles and back imce a week.  L< ave Hornby every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive at Indepenilence next day by noon.  I.eave Independence same <iay at 2 p m, arrive at Hornby, ever; Monday by 7 p. m.  791. From Angelica by Belfast, Canei^ea, Hume, pike, Gatnesnlle, Warsaw, Wyoming, Pavilion, South Le Roy, Le Boy, Stone Church, Bergen, Sweden and Brockport to Clarkson 73 miles, three times a week and back between AnipeKca and Warsaw, 37 miles, and daily between Warsaw and Chu-kson 37 miles, all in 4 horae post coaches.  Leave Angelica every Montlay, Wednesday and Friday at 12 noon, arrive at Warsaw same days by 9 pm.  Leave Warsaw daily at 3 a m, arrive at Clarkson me day bv 11 a m.  Leave ciarkaon daily at 1 p m, arrive at Warsaw same days by 9 pm.  Leave Warsaw every Tuesday, Thursday and Sa-tur<lay at 3 a m, arrive at Angelica same diays by 0 p m.  792. From Wales by Holland, Sai-dinia, China and Freedom to Caneadea 40 miles and back once a week.  Leave Wides eveir Thursilay afVer the arrival of the mail from Buflalo, say 8 a in, arrive at Caneadea same day by 6 p m.  Leave Caneadea every Wednesday at 4 am, arrive at Wales same day by 5 p m.  793. From Centreville by Fairview, Farmers-ville, Franklinville, Cannii^, Ellicottsville, Little Valley, Napoli, Randolph, Waterbo.-o, and Kennedy's Ifills to Jamestown, 64 miles and back, three times a week in 4 horse post coaches.  f.eavc Centreville eveiy Tuesday, Thnrsday, and Sal urday after tlw arrival of the ma l Irom Perr> , say 1 p m, arrive at Eilieottyvdle saiQe day by 8 p m., and ai Jamestown the next day by 1 p in.  Leave Jamestown every Tuesdt^, Thiiraday, ami Saturday at 10 a m, arriv>- at EDicottsville same dayn by 7 p m, and a' Centrcvdle next days by 10 a m  7M- FromCaoeadea by Rushford to Farmers-vill«*, 18 miles ami back once a yeek.  Leave Caneadea every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive at Farmersville same day by 12 noon.  Leave Farmersville same day at 1 p m, arrive at Caneadea same day by 7 p m.  795. From Adclison by Upper or West Addison, South iJameioi«, Canisiea, Homellsville, Arkport, lie Witts' Valley aiul Dtrty's Comer to Dansville, 56 miles and l>ftt k once a week.  Lvave Addison every Friday at 8 a m, arrive at Dansville next day by noon.  Leave Dansvdtesaineday at2p m., arrive at Addison next day by 5 pm.  796. From Geneva by Junius, Maringo, Clyde and Rose Val ey to Wolcot,'3l miles and back, 3 times a week in 4 liorsepost coaches between Geneva and Clyde 19 miles, and once a week on the remainder of the route.  Leave Geneva every Tuesday, Thnnwlay, and Sa turday at 3 p m, arrive at Clyde same day by 7 p m, Leave Clyde every \l'^ednesday at 7 a m, arrive at W'dcot same day by 11 a m.  Leave Wolcot every Wednesday at 1 p m., arrive at Clyde sam" day by 5 p m.  1 *ave Clyde every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur-tUy at 7 am, arrive at Geneva tame days by 1 p m.  797. From Oxford by McDonough to Pitcher 15 miles and back, once a week.  I,eave Oxfonl every Wednesday at lam, arrive at Pitcher same day by 6 p m.  L^avc Pitcher every Wc<lnesday at 7 am, arrive at Oxford same day by 12 n'>on.  798. From Pitcher by Smiihville FUtts, to Gene-gjnslet 10 miles and back, once a week.  f^ve riicher every Friday at 9 a m, arrive at G( n^w^t same Jay by Ui a m.  Lmvc Geneganslet fvjsiy Friday at 1 p m, arrive at Pitcher same day by 4 p m,  799. From Sotyncn by Preston, East Pliarsalia, Pharsalia, Pi'cher, Cineimtatus, Solan and McGrawsr ville to Con land Vilbge 40 miles and back, 3 times a week in stages.  Leave Norwich every Monday, Wednesday snd Friday at 5 a m, arrive at Cortlaiid VilUge same days by 7 pm.  I^ve Cortland Vill-ge c very Tuesilay, Thursday and Saturday at 5 a m, arrive at Norwich same <lays by 7 p m.  800. Prom Otselicbv South Otselic and Linktaen tQ Pitcher 13 miles am) '«ack, once a week.  I^MveOtselic everv Wednesday at8 am, arriye at Pitcher same day bv 12 noon.  L"ave Pitcher every We«lnesday at 3 p m, arrive at Otselic same day by 6 p m.  Wl. From Sherburne by tnmna and f>tsclic to De Buyter 24 mdes and back, 3 times a week in 4 htnw: post coaches.  Leave Sherburne every Monday, Wednescby and Friday at 6 a m, arrive at Dc Ruytar same days by no«m.  i^ave De Ruyter every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p m, arrive at Sherburne same days by 7 p m.  802. From De Ruyter by West T.inklaen to Pitch er 14 miles and baek, once a week.  Leave De ilujtcr every Tuesday at7 a m, amve at Pitcher same day by 11 a m.  Leave Pitcher even-Tuesday »t 1 p m, amve at De Ruyter same day by 5 p m.  803. From South Worcester to Worcester 6 miles and back, once a week. ^ ^ , ,  Leave South Worcester every Wednesday at 1 m, arrh e at Worcester same day by 3 p m.  Leave Worcester same day at 4 pm, amve at South Worcester same day by 6 pm.  804. From ONtgQ or Hufltsville by Gilbertoville to Ui»atlUla 18 awles and back, once a week.  Leave Otego every WednestUy at 6 a m, amve at UnvlilU by 13 noon. , ^ , .  Leave UnadiHa same day by 1 p m, amve at Ote-gosame day by 6 pm.  805. From BorBngton hy New Berlin to Norwich 25 nikaaadhack, onooa veek.  Leave MiiHS^m ^«rf Wednesday at 8 a m, ar*  Unadilla Forks to Bridgewater 16 miles and back, 3 times a Wet kin stages.  I^ve Burli^on Mohday^ Wednesday and Fridav at 9 a m, arrive at BridgeWater same di^s by iS noon.  Leave Bridgewater, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satunlaysat 1pm, aij-ive at Burlington same days by 4 pm.  807. From Diianeshargh to Schoharie c. h. 11 miles and back once a week.  Leave Duanesbuigti every Wednesday at 10 a m, arr>ve at Sch<Hiarie same day hy 1pm.  Leave Schoharie errry Wt dn.'Mlay at 2 p m, ar> rive at Dtia)i«d>(irgh k^m'e day bv 5 pm.  SOB. Fri>m Kaukill by Pafem'ville, Bast Hunter. Hunter and Lexington to Schoharie Kill, 37 miles miles and back once a week.  I.ettve Kaukill every Wednesday at 5 a m, arrive at Schohane Kill same Aty by 6 p m.  Leave Scluduu-ie Kill every Thursday at 5 a m, arrive at Catskill same day by 6 p m.  809. From Lexingtim by Lexington He^ghtM, Windham, ami Comwallsville to Durban', 17 miles and back once a week.  i.«ave Lexington every Fridi^ at 6 am, arrive at Durham same day by 12 noon.  Leave Dnrham every Wednesdi^ at 1 p m, arrive at Lexington same day by 7 p m.  810. From Po^ikeepsie by New Paltx I anding. New PiJta, I.ibenyville, Tiitthill, Bruynswick. Crawforl, Ulaterville, and S< arsvtlle to llloomii g-buigli, 38 miles and b^ick once a week.  I^ave Pon^tikei-psie every Fritlay at 9 a m, arrive at Blof^ningttbunrli same day hy 7 p m.  I «ave Btoomii^sbitrgh every Saturday at 8 am, arrive at Pmiglkkeeime name day by 7 p m.  811. Fr«>m Newburgh by Marlboro Latin Town. Mdton, New PaMz Landing, poiiglikeepsie. Nevi Paltz Lamlintr, Ksopus, an<l RomUntt to Kingston, 40 miles and tlie same way back once a week.  I.eave Nowbqrg!» every Tuesday at 10 a m, arrive at Poiighkeeptie tame day by 6 a m.  Leave PiKiglikeepste every Wednesilay at 6 a m, arrive at Kingston xaaie day Uy 11 am.  Lea\e Kingston eve»y Wednewlay at 1 p m, arrive at New l'alta Landing same i|ay by 5j p m„ and at Newhurgh the next day by 12 ni>nn.  812. From Kingston by Marbletown, Lang<ynt, Kysericke, AccoM, Wkwarsing, EHenvilJe, Phillips Port, Wurtnboro, \»8t Broi.kfieUt, C'uldybackvil e, and Port Jarvis, lo Milford, Pa., 68 miles and back tw'.ce a week in ftages.  Leave Kiitfi^tnn every Monday and Thursday at 8 am, arrive at Milford next days by 12 n« on.  Leave Milford every 'l'ue.^lav' and Friday at 1 p m, arrive at Kini^^ston next days by 8 pm.  813. Fwm Marbletown by "Crai. s* Store to Shan-daken, 24 and back once a we^k.  I^ave Mariiletown eyery We<inesday at 7 a m, arrive at Shxndaken same day at 6 p m.  Leave Shan'lakeii every Thursdny at 7 a m, arrive at Marbletown same «lay by 6 p m,  814. From Catskill by Leeds, Cairo, Ac«^ Soutli Uurham, Union Society, Oshornsville, WindhAni, Srienceville, Schoharit'kill, Moresville, Stamford, Hobart, South Kortright, Bloomvili», Delhi, Weii Mereilith, Eat>t Franklin, Franklin, Sidney, Unadil la, GnilRirtl, Oxford,South Oxford- Greene^ andfmm  ville and Bloom'mg Grove, to Little BritMn, 21 miles and hack twiee a week.  I^ye Warwick « very TtiestUy and Friday, at 6 a m, arrive at Mov^goinety same nays by 4 p m.  I^ve Montgoii.cry evrfy Wrdneaday and Satur-tUy, at 6 a m, ai nt e at Warwick «ime day» by 4 p tn.  827. From Goshen by Ridgebiiry, Westown, Union Ville, Amity, F.dcnvi|le, Warwick, and Fl..r. ida, t<vGo»!v n, equal to 20 miles, ami back once a week. «  Leave Goshen every Mond^.y at 6 a m, arrive at Goslifn. same <iay by 8 pm.  878. Fi-oin Gf>shen t»y Scotchtovn, RIoomingburKh, New VenH»n, and Otisvilie to Mount Ho|ie, 23 miles and back, oncea week.  Leave Gf>shen every Wednesday at 5 a m, arrive at Motint Hope name dsy by 12 ncv.n.  Leave Mount Hope every Wednesday at 1 p m, arrive.at Gonhen sam« day by 8 p in.  «29. From Goshen by Phillipsburgh, South M'.d dietown. Mount Hope and Finch ville to Port Jar-vis, 25 miles and back, once a week.  I.eswe Goshen every Tuesday at 6 a m, arrive at Port Jarvtafame <lay by 6 p m.  I.«ave Port Jarvia every Wedneaday at 6 a m, ar-uvr at Goshen same day by 6 pm.  &10. Fi-om Gotdien by flamptonburgh. Blooming Grove, Salisbury Vtills ami New Win laor to New-burgln 2U mi'es and back, daily, in stages.  Leave Goshen daily at 2 p m, arrive at Newburgli «ame day by 6 p m.  I.eMve Newburgli daily at 9 a m, arrive at Goshen same day by I p m.  8Ì1 Frtmi Cohlenham by St. Andrews to Waiden, 12 mdes a.Kl back, oncea week.  I.eave Coldenham every Wednesday at 8 a m, arni e at M alden Minte day by 11 a m.  Leave U'alden same d y at 1 p m, arrive at Coldenham same ilay by 4 p m.  8:12. Frolli Gothen hy Slate Hill, Well's Comer, Minisink, Port Jarvis, llonesviil<- and Forrestbuigh to Monticeli.», 45 miles and b.tck, once a wc» k.  Leave Gosn n evi ry Momiay at 4 a in, arrive at Mont cell«i Ame day by 8 p m.'  L'-ave M ¡itijellinvery Tuesday at 4 am, arrive at f josh -n uuiie day by 8 p m.  833. From W» st C . s er tu West Farms, 2i miles aiid back, t) times 4 week.  Leave Wi-a Chester every day, except S'liidxys al 11 a m, arrive at West Farms same d-ys by 11Í  Inwance of «lue moiiIIi's «atra pajr beìng luada t» Ifee contraeiur.  17. Ali coiilrncit fpr r<>ule<i efnb*ai*Ml in tlii« adver. «••emeni '«hall comtitencc on the fir«t da> of jMnuary oe«t. ami cuniiime fmir »hti.  DecMiniiM Oli hi<it will he maife known oo ihe 28lli wf St'pteuiber nexf.  WILLIAM T.  l'oflmtixfer General. Gkskrai. Post Orrica Dkpartmknt, ) Juiie 26. I8 i2 \  iàÈÈÈÈÈÈmmÈÈi.  lIBLTJmoOTBII M  »^L^Vii WMTT CQJUmi^*  "^tMMMfltnC (• r«in dwlag Ih« dhÉwiwr ssèsee a( 4 A.M. (ttimoèiilMlha.-teialplila boM. t9|,à.||. Mdft  P. M. and the «bnr(h liiMS at «pliai» aflfw l. i«airAii* of (he Ptiomi« tin«, who are vsMMM;|lMly «au lioaed against ^ " eÍXa¿» áiWlWflWI ^ l>aint(>d nf s>. dark a fveeu. •« I« ai«H»s Ihóse mm ap •hrir guaní. Please Jook at the jásor, and " ¿ine, Bttízhoovtr and Co.*' markwl iheisun, will bs a Ruai antee of the " Real BltU  .C. J- WUJTC. AfM%  Jiii.e Ibr Ih«  TO THE MKDICAL FAt^üLTY AND PROPI.E or 1 HK UNITF.D STATKS,  AfTER ten years expci fence, much experiment, and consequent expcnsir, the subaci iber lias succeeded in producing i^n apparatus which has long been a dei 'dfratum in medical piartJcet by means <m which, any of the gases ran be applied to tlie surRce of the huitian sj stem, in t ' erhouiiier» oftU »>ek, with perfcct ease and Siifety to the patient, no matter how weak and exhausted he may be. The effbils of the subscriber have been «ürectcd to simplify his (heretofore complicated) apparatuflt ami he now presents them to his fellow citizens, strong, light, and cheap; so simple in their construction, as to be easily made by any person havmg a knowledge of mcehanical tool»; or «pplietl by the members of any f..milyi and and so portable in one of their forms, as to be completely enclosed m a tin case, measuring little more than two feet ««pwre, stt erficially, and five inches in depth. A long list of recommendations from medical professors and other eminent citizens, could be given; the gobscriher however rests the meiits of his m-4chinc, on the fact of its hnvlng been adopted after a sintjle trial, bv the Medical Facultv and Board of Manageis of that justly celebrated inttitiition, the Pennsylva^ Hospital, eity of Philarlelphiaj and •«I.ho of itH havinf jtist received' the approbation of the highly respcctabie medicul j^ntleinc n appointed to the import.-uit trust of Wfltcfiing over t'l.- hv.ilth of the c ty of New-York »t this nioment'/u;. time. It is not deemed expedient to enlarge upon the efíertí of the outwaid application of the vnses; .irtivc and powerful rgentH, they can still Oi.f\ he cnnsirlcred a . ,iux I urn - Í > medical priict'ce, and should of coiu-se be tindei th' control of thul profession th.-^t has made  ¥0r Pliiladelftliiit  Throutih in 4me ttmìf»  TUK NEW UNION UNE af POST t^OACHFj wUI laavsi ^ Btdtiinore daily at 4 «'dock, A.  lor l'UilaiTeijd«a,"Riul arrive tlu^re carlv the same evtuiajf, Îîy way of Port Deptirit, F.lktoiv and  \Vihi)iii}çton.  Seat.Hto he taken a« the OfHce next door to Ly* lord's Fountiiii Inn, I.'glit-strcet.  N. II. All baggage at the risk of the ownera.  WILLIAM S. BARR, A^.  B. G<-ntlcmeii g »ing to New York, from «I tth* ngton or Baltimore eitles by taking tWi* scats ife (he above Line, will ensure a »t«t in the Ü^ÍMi tim» Iti Stages ñoni Philadelphia for New YoHt, aft I ár» ri\e at tl»c city from .'<1 to 4 o'clock the same aftiS nfton.  The propvietors of this Line tiavc niM 4o eoo-siilcrable expense, an I hope to meet a share çjt pttlh he patronage. WILLIAM S. BAttR, Agei*.  Oa-Fare *8.  i)t c. SU -<itn Feb. t.  Cn Y IIOTt.L —The sibscriber, Utt of tlw At-laiitic Hotel. New York, respectfully infanaa  1 thf country.  the womkufullr crmplicated'hiinian svsteniitsstiulv; 1"^ct ption of roiiipany o first day of June  niH friends and the public, that he haitaltMrilMt I and elegant, establishment, in the cityof Fruvidca^ incorposated by ait act of the Leginhiture, a fcidk ^ beer, erected expressly for the ptirpoar^cif jeiitertMl* ing g.nteel company. It is finished ofTin asufKcior style for the comfort and convenience of travellenw and is newly furnished throughout iti Hvb most fcsb« lonable manner. It has in it one hundrad-ieoei^ IM' <ideb the Indies' Drawing Koom, Parlor^ l(r. lie.«» Tht re are I kewiM attached U> Ih» tBiaUhhmwH, Raths, a Piazza, and a Flower Garden. Also, a Uending ¡t tom, which will i>lways be ftimislwd «ritU piipers from all parts of the Union. This establish, ment is situated in one of the most fileasant and aity fiartH of the city, and the subscriber aurrs hb friends tlint thetv shall be nothing wantÌo|^ on hi« ait to miike this one of the most pleasant situationi '1 lie csubli^ment will be «^eii for  Unadi'h .jy Si In- y Plains, Bainbridge, Coventry ville; Coventry, Gr< ene, G neganslet. Triangle, Whitney's Pouit, Lisle, Centre Lisle, Hichford, '' Can>-line, and Slatersville, to Ithaca, 165 miles and baek daily in 4 horse post coa.:hes. so to alternate as to run every »»thcr dayfn-m U.iadilla by Guilfot^ asd South Oxfnrt tn Gnene, and every other day from Unadilla by Sidney Plains, Bainbridge, Coventry-ville, and Coventry to Greene—also from Cairo by Durham, Broome, Gilboa. Blenheim, Stamford, Haipcrsfield, West Harpersfield, Kortriglit, an.i Meredith to West Mered th, 58 mdes anA Back, c»-cry other djiy, jn 4 horse post couches.  Leave Cattikill dally a 5 am, Cairo at7} a m, Stamiortl at 4 p m, Delhi at 8 p m, and arrive at West Meredith same day by 11 p m.  Leave West Meredith daily at 2 a m, Vnadilla 6 am, Greene at 3il p m, «nd arpvc at Ithaca same tUy by 10 p m  Leave l^aca daily at 2 a ni, Gret-ne at lOJ a n, Una'lilta at 5^ p m,and arrive at West Meredith same day by 10 p m  Leuve West Meredith daily at 2 a m, Delhi at 4 a m, Stamford at 8^ a m, Cai'i-o ut 4 pm, an<l airiv. at Gattskill by 6 p ni,-—the times of arrival and <le-parture of the ever)' other day trips fi-om <!iuro to West Ml redith by Durham and Harp, rstield to correspond with the foregomg.  815. From Mooresville by Roxbury,llalcott6ville, Mi<l<netoun, Shavertown, Pepacton, CoIcIk ster, fiast Branch, and Partiil^ Is'and to Hanc/ck QU miles and back tmre a weeki  Leave Mooresville evety Friday at 6 a m, arrive at Hancock next day by 6 p ni  Leave Hancock every Wednesilay at 6 a m, arrive at Mooresville next day bv 6 p in.  816. From Delhi by Fish Lake, Hovina, Andes, Middletown, Ctovesville, Sliandaken and Wooil-stock to 71 miles, and hack once a wtJ^k.  l^we Delht «very Wednesday at 6 a m, arrive at Kingston next ilay by 4 p "»i  Leave Kiagston^t'very Friday at 6 a m, arri» e at Delhi next tlay by^ep m.  817. Fr< m Delhi by I'epacton, Colchester, Bock-Und and Lib<:rty to Monticello 61 mdes hiid back once a week.  I.eave Delhi every Wednesilay at 6 a m, arrive at Monticell 1 next day by 5 p m.  Leave Monticello every Friday at 6 a m, aiiive at Delhi next day by 6 p m.  818. From Delhi hy Hampden, Walton, and Can-noiisville til Deposit, 38 miles and back 3 times a  eek in stages.  Leave Delhi every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Sam, arrive at Deposit same days by 7 p.  rive Norwich si|pe dayby 4 p m. Leave Norwich fmry Thursday at 81  BurHiigtòn satcc m by 4 p m.  » n, arrive at  Burlîiigtôn satcc d^y by 4 p m.  aOÇ^Î^ Burtoftoh^ Burlingtoo Flats wâ  Leave Deposit every Tuesday, Thursday and Sa-timl*y at 6 a m. arrive at Delhi san^e days by 5 pm.  819. From Walton by Lewis Baymoiwl's to Una-dilla, 13 miles and back once a weelc.  Leave Walton every Th irsday at 7 a m, airive at Unadil^ same tUy hy 11 a m.  I.eave Unadilla every TJiursilay at 1 p m, arrive at Walton same day by 5* p in.  820. Prom Deposit by Hancock to Stockport, Pa. 16 miles an I back once a week.  I.eave Deposit every Tuesday at 6 a m, arrive at Stockpoi-t sa-ne day l»y 11 a m.  Leave Stockport same day at 1 p m, arrive at Deposit same day hy 6 pm.  821. From Dcporit hy Sanford and Be»tshurgli to Baiiibri<lge, return by Mi>sonville to Deposit, equal to 18i inilc-saiwl buck tw.ce a week.  Leave Deposit every 'I ii »day and Thursday at 6 a m, arrive at Hainbridge sam" day hy 12 noon. Leave Ba nhr d)re same da\ s at 1 p m, arrive at Deposit same da> » by 6 pm.  822. From West llarp< r%fi''l I by Davenport to MiUordville, 2U^ miles and back once a week.  lA-ave West Harperdit kl every Friday at 4 a m, arrive at M Konlville sa ae day by 11am.  Leave Milfordqi le every Friday at 1 p m, arrive at West Harpersfield same day by 8 p m.  823. Fram Sprakers Bi^n by Sharon and Summit to JtfTcrson 45 miles and barl^ once a w^k.  Leave Sprakers Basin every W arrive at Jeffersim next day by 11 Leave Jefferson every Thunulay Sprakers Baain next day by 5 p m.  824. From Monticello, hy Tliompsonsville, burgh, Woodbt»ume, Nevrsink, and Grahamsvi! Wawarsing, 36 mdes, ai)d ba* k once a week.  L< ave Monticello every Thursday ft 6 a m, arrive at Wawaraing same day by 6 p re.  Leave Wawarsing every FritLiy at 6 a m, amve at Monticello same day by 6 p m.  825. From Montgome^ by Hopewell, Searsville, and Ulsterville, to Crawford, 20 miles. aTid back once a week.  I*ave Mont|romel|; every Wednesday at7am, arrive at Crawford same day by 4 p m.  Leave Crawft>rd twvry Thursday at 7 a n, arrive at Montgomery sama day by 4 p m.  826. FK>m Warwick by Sugaiioaf, Chester, Gtaigs  Leave Weat Farms t^a-ne day at 12 noon, arrive ^t Wesi Chester »»me day hv 12^ p m.  834 Pr«Mn Scotland by tlemiiatea«! English Church an i llaverstraw to Monroe Work*. 24 m k» and hack, once a week.  Leavf Scotland cvei y IW-diu-sday at 8 a ni, airive h' Monroe Works by 4 ¡t tn.  Le»ve Monroe W'oj ks every Thür» lay at 8 am, arriee at Scotland same day hy 4 p m.  835. Fii»m Hackeiisat-k, I ¿¡»¡mn, i>y Hi uveItville, and Ciarkston to lla^ej-siraw, 27 ' 'if. aiul back, o ice a week.  Leave Hackensack every W« dnestby at 6 a m, ar-liv.' at Havcrstraw aa.nc day by ò p m.'  Lesive Havemtraw ey, ry Tiiiirsday at 6 am, airive at Hacketwack same tiay by 2 p ni.  NOIKd.  1. The Postmaster Urtieial re« rves «he right to ex-|ie«Ui»! ihe in,iiN, and lo aller ili.f timet of lii« ir ai rivai ■lid deparuire, at any time •iuiiii|r ihr «ouliuuaiice ul iliv cuutrnct, bv riviiifr an H«l»-quHle CMiM|>eiikait-Hi, never «xceeiliiif; a pro rafa alloMauce, for any exiin ea-|teti*c wliicii Huch alterittiun may require.  2 Seven miiiute<i shall lie. alliiwed Cur openiug ami clodn< thn Oi-iN nt eacli oÄce, whrre no pariicKlin tiiuf »hall t>e spei ifte«!, but Ih« Pntimaster Uetteral rr-aeivri lotiimxeh the right of exlendiiig ihe time.  8. Foreveiy ten mi,mie« delay in arriving at a'liv pDiut aller ih - uiue preseribi-d in any ceiittact, th» C^niira. lor »h.«ll /«rf. 11 Am- .»«*Uar«. If ih« delay kh^ili ontiiiMe beyuud tt»e liiue ^ur the ile|>ariui«: «,f an^ l>ei.«liiig maii, me foi (cifurc stiall be equal I« iwích in. HiiMMini aliowfd fur cai lying the mait our iri|i. || it I».- mad« IO ap|H-ar ih«( ili« delay wat uccaaioned 1.» U.ii|voi«ia)>le aecidriii, ^turh Ih* Puaiutaaier «iene ml «halt be the jadge, liie foi ieitiire laay I»»-1 educai i«t ttie kiuwunl of |»ay for a tii|t; hut in no cmm- ean iIihi ■iNiouiii he remiileil The furf< iiuiea are biherwi«e iiiicoiKhiiuiiHl. and will in all case« he eiiforeed.  4. Per«oi<s wiio make |iru|>u«>uU uill »iNie their prices hy iheyeai ; payinenu t» (m^ made quaiierly ; n the muntlis of May, Au|;usi, Moveiuber and Februai^ >11« niDiiih after the ex|<iraiti)ii ot each q tarier.  6. Noiie bui a tree white person shnlt Imj tiwploye.l to iarr> the mail.  4. Fio|ioiaU ahouid Niale whether the )iersun pmpo-lo cany the mail in a -l-Uorse coach, a 2-h.irsi; siugi. or oiherwite,  7. theparsnn offering proposals withes the privilege «I curijiiiig iiews|<a|>eri, out »f the niail, he niiu* siHteit in hl» bid; uiherwine he camtoi enjoy thai pn-»ilrfe.  8. Propositions for any impiovententt in tian-pori hig ih«» mail, as lu the manner of carrying, intrttue uf exfitdiiion, extengion of 1 ouu-i. Jrequtacy ufirip<, or .«iiy other iinprovfiiH*:-!«. are iiiviied to be aiated in ihe pia,iOMii-, »ml Ue duly considered.  U. 'I'he number of ilie r< ul>-, a.id its beginning aMit leriuiiiMtiuii, as atlve lived, should he tlaieil in evei> hid: and llieiiroposal» musi be sealeil, diiecied i iih*' -General P.ki Office, Uffice of Mail Cuuiracls; and «unertcrihed " Fropo»aU "  fhe fulluwiag is a proper form for a pro|M)«al : " I wiU cottitey ihe maiU agrteab^ to adrertuemenU on rouit No. , Jrtna tm fur tkt  yutrln euwp nmtim of duUan. "  He mu»i Slate ihe place of his resiilrnce; and if nni a contractor, he must noc«inp;«iiy his bul with saiisfac-loi'jr reeominwndalians.  lU. Tbe distances, as stated, are believecl to be suit-«lantially correct ; liui if any luistake» have occurred in lelaiivn (o tbem, no increia«« < f com|»ensaii»n wilt be aliow-d, on that account. The cuutracior wUI iu-l9rtu himself uti thai ptiiiil.  II. Th« Posimasiei Gt neral reserves th.- right of an-iiulhag any contract whenever repeateu failures lo ar-live Miiliiii the contiaci time shall occur; or whrnever une failure símil happen ainiMiiiling lo the loss of a trip; or »lienever any ditection « Inch iie may. gire shall uui be promptly obeyed.  11. Inevei>case wliere (he mall is lrant]>orled« i i stages, and the preneri cuituactor strati be uuilerJ.id', and ihe Mndeibidder shall not have such sla^^e property as may be neces«ary for ihe perfuimance of ilie c»mi-noci, he shall purchase from the present conti actor, at M reiismiable valuation, the whultt or any pan of the Slag- pru|>erly, iiicludiug hoist-s. thm may be sniiable for ihe service, and luake payment for the same by lea-soiiatjV inslahnents. Should ihey not ng ee as lo the «iiii.tliieiieM« of the prop' i ly, its value, the tei ins t.f pity-ineiit, itiid Us Hccuiiiy, each may chooxe a person, who  and that can alone appiv the rcmfrjy when tliat system ia scriotwly tlcranged.  The abjiorbing subject at the present crisis is the Asiatic Cholera: tlie nerc-sity of indu. ing a quick deternrmition to the sinf i-c,' and of preventing itji being succeeded by a chill, is self-. t to al! that have any knowled]^ of the chiiiaiti ns'ics of this nipidly )>io«rtiating disease; but t!ie i uf sulphur, from itshiglily active and anti-spusidod.c uowei-s, ap-pe:^ to exer'-iw a peculii.r influence over tlie complaint, not onijt' dilative, b it preventive.  Profe&wr Ucelli, an eminent Italian pJivsici.nn.  made use of this application in tliis disease, " in the  ¡1. with en'e;4t Sliree>4«! unri ita n>/>i-r>i>tït'« r>'>.i-  iM-xt, Hfter which time he will devote tlic whole of his Mtteiit oil to the comfort of those who may phase to visit him.  MARTIN 8. WOOD. Providence, (R. I ) May 31,1833—d6m  rrime:i, with gi-eat success; and its pieventive powers are incontcstiî)h estjibli^Iied by the firt. lh:.tthis "derti oyer" passed liarmlessly over myriatis of beings in the city of l.,ondon, who were pi-epared by all their habits for receiving it—while in the neighboring city of Pa is, wliere, for manv reasons, its visitat'on might be expected to be ¡ess severe, it fotmd thous»nds of victims. This fact can oiilv be accounted for by the presence of $ulpkuili>'i$ uc d ffuf, arising from fires of stone coal, and eontalned in tlie lhi< k vapor with which London is known to be ronstantly enveloped, the usually dense state of the atmosphere 1 reventing its escape; this ha-s been amply tested by p.-rsons walking through the rltv, with a pap< r on their hut-^ saturate with tlie tincture of Tumwle; on which tlie same change of color was produced, which would be causçil b^ the itnelf.* The Hdniirahie cffects cf tiiis-gas, in mercurial dis» eases, and those of the skin, h.<ve k^g been known: it removes, almost ¡in()t :t;eptibly, ami without tiie least p:un, the dise:ised cuticle, and discloses a skin possessed of all that softness, freshness, and b^^, that a he.-dthy resto, ation of its impeded functions can ahn'f. produce; the deceptive promises of the venders of deleteiious compounds called cosmetics, to the contrary notwit!ii,un<ling. It is known tliat sufl'erers in the Chole ra are qiucklv rendered una-t>le to bear removal, or even to be raised from a re-cimibent porition; to such an emcrgrency this apparatus is/^Wor/y applicable; and to'another also hi|çhly iiiterestjng—namely, difficult paiturition, when arisii^from mMsculur'ripditv; to increase the means of affording relief t$> fcmal¿8 at tlü» time of extreme peril and suffering, is ecrtaiidy most desirable. »  As a stihütitute for the warm water batli, in a n^ dleal point of view, particularly in sudden and dan* ireroua attacks, where the hnmediate attendance of a physician cannot be ohtiined, this apparatus h^s ma» ny advantages being more certun in its effects, her ii^ç prepared for use in five minutes, requiring no heating, and canning in aiul out of large quantities of water: not subjecting the patient to tííe oanger of a chill, and to many otiier dÍ!>tresses attending the use of tlie bathing tiib, by persons citJier crippled or debilitated hy disease; among others, to thepreuure nf a h av if wf ight of walet. The subscriber earnestly wiah'ng to be the means of facilitating the use of tile important application of nie<lic-ttcd » ^oiir, proposes to furnish tamiü. s ami privait individuáis writh. phiin drawings o* the most simple form ofhw appa ratus, tfigether with printed direr tions, at the mo^r-ate price of five dollars. He hopes that the smaH-nesb of the dtmaml will have the double effect of inducing a general iise oftiie machine, ami preventing the invas'on of bis righ', which he has secured at the patent office, on an  both convement ana ettect.ve, and may highly ornamental to an offic-, bath-hou»e, lie. He lias a!.io an apparatus for the //r«/<jf, which is very porUble. Ile will sell drawings, instructions, anâ rights for each or .ill, on reasonable terms. TV subscriber is aware of the constant draughts that are made^on the l'hendity of editors, and wmildiheerful-ly pay for the piii.lication of this adx ertisement tnroughoiit the Union—this being out of his power, he proposes to fiirni.oh any ed tor, w kose philantiiro-py may induce him to publish it, with a • opy of the patent riglit, drawing, 8ic. whieh is now in a state of preparation. Letters post paid, d.rected to No. 5 Library sti ect, Philadelphia, will be promptly attend-etl to. ' BOYD UEÎLLY.  jroTMcm.  ri^HE Steamer COLUM> M BtA, Cap'ain JaMcs Mitchkli., will, for the «¡¡«n. ing lour weeks, (coininenchig n iiif 'Anil June and ending on the llth July,) leave R<«liim»ie on Wedm-sday. at 4 o'clock, P. M. fur the DiKiiici ofC>luinbin: »iid returning, will leave Ueorge-i< wn at 6, Waiihiiietou at 6, and AicxauuhiH at. 7 o'clock, A. M. on Sunday-  PosHage exclusive o/Mcuh: From Raltiinore to ihe Diiitrict, 01 to (he diiRtreol landings on ihe Potomac, or frum these places to BaU  iinioie,.......Ou  T* Landing. Qnantico, - . | (it» Sandv Point, Maryland., Boyd's Hole, Laidler'»  Ferry,......1 60  Bluff PMint, Moore's Landing, Blaekstene's, Pi. ne> Point, Sandy Pohit, Va,, rarnfield Point, Jnne 26'.—<Uw 1 «>  nv:ui otioi nisn)rn', wiiicn ne nassectirett at tne nt office. lie has coastructeil a ^xed t^jparatiis 11 entirely new nriuciple, wh'a'.i wHl be found convement and effect ve, and may be made  IJ. H. mail Conch for I%ew Vorb.  Pautnrtr» art aUowed to tken ttniil 5 o'clock, A. M. ^Tfirough in 12 Im^n.  [HP. ITntted Sta^ Mail Coach, - with a Guard, ives the OHiCe, No. 28 stNtth Third street. Daily, at half |)ast 2 o*cln(.k, P. M. via. Frankfoid, Bristol. Tren-tol^ Princeton, Kingston, New Brunswick, Bridge' town, Elisabeth Town, Newark an 1 Jersey City.  The public ai* respectfully inlormcd,* that from tlie expeitse the Proprietors have ¡mne to, in placing on able Horse s, good Coaches and careful Drivers, tliat this Line, for safety and spe« dy ctniveyunfe, is mK surtHuset* l.y any in tlie Urnon.  OCTSiiecie, Boxf's and Packa;res of ever)- des-cripti«)ii, will be taken under the cars of th« Gijard,/ an<l promptly delivered at their places of dcstina* titm.  Fin seats, n]>ply at »«ir Office, No. 28 soutli Third street, opjKNUte Congrc .ss Hall, lite JuihPa Hotel, All il^gage at the <>wner*v><k.  Ur.ORGF, i AftTEll, Agent, r»ir J. RKEDSIDE t-. Co. Proprietor«. Private Ct 11 iages, or four hoi se Coaches fui-nish-tfd to any pt it of tiie United Sti.tes.  Phdadelp-itm Ja^5- d_____^ _  S^oallierii Tratellen».  PASSENGERS for the South are respecifullj' informed, a I hie of Stages will go hito (^pe-  _____________ration on Fridav, the 9ih iiwtaiit.  Leaving Cla^jgctl's Hotel, Alexanuria, evcr>' other ilay at S o'clock, A^ M. ami airiving at Fn?derick' buurg »-ai l) the «une aRemoon—and vice versa. '  Coiidiirtable Troy built Coaches, first rate teams, »nd skilf .1 drivers are placed on this routi>, atid ev> -ly atu iition wilIbe' paitl to tlie eomlisit and convenience oi piissengers.  A (Natch w ill leave Alexamlria daily at So'cloct, M. fur Wttsliingttni, in time for the Haltumoiu Stage at 10 uVh>«-k : returning, will leave Washington at 3} o'ohick, P. M.  Far seats, enquire at the liieniz Stage Ofiice (Gadsby's) .111 at Stnrther's Hotel. Pec. 9-d_C. J. WHITB, Agent.  • Since publishinir the above in the city of New-York, infoiTnation was broiijfht there, that tins principle had been acted on, <n tlie town of Three Hivers, j situat d midway between Montreal and Qi;ebec. ' The Cholera having nuulc its ap|)earance there, j ! ¡nV/VpimiVÚ '«l^ünli.^r'e7HÓ7^bei7de^Vím^^ quantity of Sulphur wasciins im-fl in d^Hi rentl  fliiHl! or if Ihc n^.dei bidder d-clines to do lilis, the | P««^ «f the the event justifi. d tiK' measure; i  Po,tniH!.t. r Cieiieral will name the umpire. lhi.i«dl the comjdaii.t immediately disappeared. I find the I be iiiHd.' t-.e ciHidiiioij of any liid umhr ihai of« pre- .ippl caüon of tlie irt/ va\our bath recommended in sent «•.<inr.M-<.i : and ahouUI the underhid<ler fail to F.urope; the vapour »0 c dh d is, ippears,/Ae.s/Mm omply. hi- t.la vviH he i)ff.'ied lo tlif piestmi coiiiiati- of water, which is objectionablr, deb htating by a !>ut sluiiii.l he decline i(, the propoKi^l of the uuder- too pi-ofi so ptrsp raton, and as subject luj the pa-  ¥0 BE SUORTliY.  Virg^inia iVellsbvrg iMfitry, N<y.4» To be drawn at Richmond on TtiesiU^, ^n Ju!v. C.\I*1TAL PttlZK, 85,000. r.ckcts H, Halves $2, Quarters  ON WEDVESDAY, llth JULY, N^ew Yoik Consolitiafed Lotteri/, No. JW, Will be drawn in the City of New York, e<mt<untng 4 prizes of $10,000  1 prize of 2,260  10 do IkOOO, Itc.  Tickets $5» Halves 2 50, Quarters 91 25.  30«000 dolUirft!  Union Canal Lnttcry^ No. 14, To be drawn in Philadelphia on Satuniay, ]4tb July. Splendid Pr.aes«  bidder will hr- ai cepted uticon liiiuiially.  13. No but Kliall be wtUidraWH after th« lime for receiving ii hH<¿ expire«!; and shttuld any |>ei-son r< fiMe lu lake a conti HCl at his hid. he shall fori^-it ali other coHiiacts that he may h;«ve with tïie Departineni, and h* h' i4l respoiiKihif for all damage that Htay fesu't from his f-tilure tn comply.  14. No c<iiit«act nor bid can lie transfe red whh<>ut Ihe Impeciai and wiiqen appr>»lMiiiiNi uf the Puntmaiiier Qi-iieral ; aed au asi(igiim<j(ti oi a coiiiract, er hUl,  « e>mft *iit, flf>i obíMiiie»! m wniina. »hall forms tule wili >e\er W de|Mirted fro.,», coiiiraciui or hii« ai;« ul si>all viulat.* the law, or '-4iaU traiiMWii «.mmeieial uiielli-grne« by 1 ipiess more lapidb than ilie uiail iti^ eott-iract shall be foifi-hed ; «iid in all fnnn», niien a con-%«C<>>r sh run a siagf, or other veliieh , iHore rapkl-ly*r more frequently ih'ifn he is reqiun-d hy centraci io carry ti * mail, hr- shall give the »ame inc<e«»>-d ce-lerl>y and lequeury tn the mail, (unless the Po-tmas-lerGem'ra shall otherwise direct,) and without iucreasf of compeni B'.itin  16- The PostiMster General reserves the right n( eiKiailing or discontiiiuiiig any louie, when, in btsopi« «rfws. ihv public interest «hidl require hi and 1« such case flie Conlraci shall cease, so far as rotates to tiie part. CUI i«Hed, or fo tli« wbek, if disea«iiiaiw*-*ee aU  tii-iit to the daiijrer of a ch II; neith'-r can the appa-ra/ut tliere jiroposed, be used safi ly in f^holera—^the gas of .Sulphur is not obnoxious to these ohjec'ions. Panel« publishing my advertisement will please to add tlú» note. n, H.  try liov D RF.ILLY may be found for a few days at Brown's Hotel, Pennsylvania Avenue, Waidiiii'^c-Um City. July 4—6t  1 prize of ^0,000  2 do 10,000  4 <:o 5,000  Tickets $10, Halves t5,  10 prizes of 11,000 20 do 300, be.  Quarters $3 50.  idiotice lo Trattener«  Spkadid lied Cuurhn  ICLIPSE Line Post Coaches I>AIL%' for Bîd-iînôre, throiigli in ONE DAY, ia New Li«>dort X Roiula, cniswng the Sdsquehanna at Port Deposit, on the Permanent Bri<lge. The road is in fine onier, and aecommodati.« excellent For srtits apply at tfte Grtieiml Ignited States Mai^ f;oadi (Vfllee, 28, South TIHHD sU--eS opposte Congress Hall. Pas-aengcrs wit! Ine let down at any of the Hotels in th 1 city.' Etirai furnished, dav ornigiit.  GEORGE IJÄWriR, Agent For JAME» KEESIDE «Ml tMlien, Frpprietofs  rhOaddpliis '  Ticket) and shares in all the abovs Lotteriss, for sale by YA TES k McINTYBE,  ManagariT  Pennsyh ania Avenue, near Gadsby's Hotel, Waali* ington City.  Orde s(;iost.paid) will meet with prampt atte»« tiim, and an accoimt of tlie drawings forwaraad. July 7— _  BANK OF THE METROPOUS, 3.1 July. 1833.  The Boai-il of Directors ofthis Bank hcrehf da* clare a ilividend of 3 per eent. on its sio^ f r the half year en ling the 30th ült., which «rill ba ready to be paiil .tolne stockholder« on or after Thursday the 6t)t inst By order of the B«ard. July 3.-~3ut2w. ALEi:% KEBB. Ca«^^  Men Bathiii«--€«|N» ÄUiy.  fViHE subscriber informs his ftiends áiid the pA'  M lie, thathe has taken, for thi( ermSkm 1 thrcommodiott»A5«p^Rw»»'» IWÉly ei«eted at Ùm  above justly celebrated hatM^ plac«. It ia fitted up with every accommodaticn calculatad Ite ^ convenience and comfbrt of Tiaitm. Eveiy att««-tion shall be pud by himaclf and eervants to tboaa who ntt-y honor him with their eompai^. , ,  Ituse 30~3..w3w HENRY N. KITCBlOt   

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