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©rtatoare Republican. the 9VILMIN9TON, DEL, JULY 22,1848 looo tion of wore John WHIG MEETING. The Whigs of Kent County, in pursuance of their hat meeting, are requested to assemble at the State House in Dover . on THURSDAY, the 98th day of July, lost, at 10 o'clock, A. M. A genera! attendance is desired, for it is expected that candi dates (bribe offices of Sheriff and Coroner will then be nominated, and other important business in furtherance of the Whig ea Our anemtos are already in the field, and it be hooves ua to be active and vigilant ; they have be gun the contestas usual with an attempt to duoeive people. They ask us why we have toot those better times promised in in the campaign of 1840? Tril Ihem that it is because wa have not bean able of Um of veto Tho to obtain those measures which would have nacur. ®d those boiler times ; because it pleased Divine Providence to remove tbe President of oor choice, who would have foithiuHy administered the duties of his atatien by vindicating those principles which we believe necessary to tbe prosperity of tbe ooun try, and because John Tyler, who has accidental ly succeeded to the Presidential office, to which he «a never elected by any party, heejreudmlent <(r and troUoreueh re I used to sanction and cairy principles, being aided in his perfidy by fooo allies ! lean in to to are ecu and looo nets hia Loco Toll th«m,too,that we are still contending ugainat the enemies of a sound currency—the oppoeersof American industry and the advocates of a measure intended to rpb tfra old Slates of their interest in the territory for which our forefathers bled. Teh them that against such principles, in such a con teat and ràib such foes, we will move firmly and tboagh and and for in union, showing to the world that fiaye been temporarily defeated by the peijbdy of pne man, we are not disheartenrd, but eOnfidcsnly await the time that will «teure the triumph of tho« political measures that have ever been the object of the Whig party. july 90, 1842. " We can't afford to get our correspondent M C D." a wife without name or money. Appointment by tbe governor. STxmcN Roddy Esq., has been oppqinted Jus tice of the Peaco and Notary fabe|lipn Public, in plane of Joseph Roberta Esq. whose term of office haa expired. Mr. Bodoy ia a man of good judg ment, sound praitical acme, which render him well qualified to discharge the duties of hia office. Conclusion of tbe Fortune Teller. hit We conclude in our paper of this morning, M Tnc Fostunc Telles" an original and very in. tercating tale of the revoloiiqn, by oi»r esteemed and tainted correspondent M Mpz '' We would be plea«d to received other favors (Vom so able a friend will gratify u*, when pen, and b opo leisure wilf permit. Camp Meeting, A camp meeting will be held i the 8 th of August, next The to told is a beautiful St. Georges* oommcucing cation we access. Person* wishing toaliond tin cenp go either by land or water. The meeting derstand will commence tinue until Saturday.. and easy tf Monday and judge fronj the fluttering among the loco focos, and their bitter amok oalty toward u^, and the Republican, have done some execution. Go yo#r fusing, fretting, boasting and bellying, we terrors for whig«, at least they n the like of you of t he fable of the lion and If we should suppose that gentlemen, we have have for us, before, and remind jaek-asa. If we did not know the temper and don't know what courage of tin« Iokies, might be toinplodto do. There that make a frightful noise, bit many animals perfectly harmlass. Never ptui a pally ip a mere pitiful condition, than iatke loco foco Tyler party of New Castle County. It is with the greatest difficulty that the keep tfyo rank and file in order. Tho brjghteniqg up of tbe Whig prospecta make them flatter like wounded pigeons, and twist about like a baaket Jf eel«. Be patient boy», your jig is up. How comes on the Iokies of Sassex ? Will a chapter leaders of the loco focos these fsienda give worthies. It ia time to «bow 'i of up. , of the improve In our notice, a few daya si in this city, we should have stated that John M. Turner, Simmons and Duncan, and concerned in the mCnta going John L. Hadden E*qrs. building of the handsome Market between Seventh and Eighth «treett. Sin« tho above waa put i Mivad the following, which of brick houses, in type, we have imwrt with pleo Mr. Cannon—I te. in yirar Tjluablo p«p.r, • city at this sketch ol' the ■ improvements i lime, and te pleasing ta the public at large, and peeialiy to your subscribers, to see the intéreat vou take in giving such infotmation. Those buildings m Market above Eighth street, belong to D. C. Wilson. J. L, Hadden, Mrs. Banning, and 81 m "mon. and Duncan. The carpenters »fe E. Hux l«r «Ml J- M. Turner—bricklayer., M eur.. Flinn and Billmey. Those buildings m Seventh street in prägte« now, belong to D. C. Wilson, Pinker ton and Allen, and Lewis Curlet— «arpentera Moore and King, J. M. Turner and J. C. Seeds.- - PI«« leeeive this aa correct information, f FRIEND TO IMPROVEMENT. .Tub IimtaCBiucirr.—The country, from Maine 1 « to Georgia, is almost convulsed with indignation at ' the threats of the Clay Whig majority in Con gree* to impeach tbe President.— Madisonian. With laughter sir—with laughter sir—nothing a A pretty kettle of fish has been made of the ieeehmeot. Not a friend haa been brought by «Dathv to the administration. Some other bug MHMt bi got opb-17. Ä Oon. t.% m r; The UHn Rad the Tarie*. It ip mllj uetai, in (met, U in Uu ( bukl».t. hp.r the lat« fern boulin, abort (Mr 4mucr«ry, «hot covrao done than para, unaontamlnated démocrate take to make manUhafc tkeir democracy t Wlut ..idenc. da tb., , it. at (Mr repub. lieanism f In whet patriotism? Exactly iq the do they prove their the tories of when John Tyler vetoed the bank MU? Thu looo focoa; who rejoiced In the time of the rcvolch tion when the King of England attnqltaUlMi acta of the colonial Congress V The tories? Who wore in fkvonr of a one revolution f The Tpites • Who now support John Tyler In hia tyrannical exercipe of the veto « th« of the colonial Congress and ahootfd God aaya Um King ? The Tories ! Who oppoCf the sofa of Congress but and hurrah for John Tyler, the veto President ? The. loco focoe. Who were op posed to protecting American jntermte in 1776? Tho tories. Who opposed to protecting Amer f Tbe looo focos. Who were lean interests i in favor of the stamp act of Parliament, and wished to support the operatives of England in preference to those of the United States? Tho tor tea ! Who are for free trade now, thereby supporting and on ecu raging foreign manof«e»orera and moehanles, and starving thooe of the United Sta'ea ? The looo foooa ! Who supported King George in his nets of oppression against the eolonUl Congre« and the people in 177« ? The tot lea ! Wb® nma support John Tyler in tramping upon the righto and salting at defi if in be tbe expressed will of the people and Congre« ? The loco focoe ! Who denounced and calumnUted the colonial Can g ra se for resisting the mandates of King George and hia cabinet ministers? The lories! Who new dc nounce and defune Congre« for opposing John Tyler, in bis unwarrantable exercise of tbe only kingly prorogative known to our constitution? The loco focoe ? Who were opposed to the ma* jority govorning in 1778? The toriea! WJio new oppeecd to the government of the ma jority? Tho looo focoe! Who aald that, the " acquiescence of the minority, i n acta of the ma jority are absolutely necewary in all republican governments. Thotpas Jefferson. Who was the father of the democratic party in this country 7 Thomas Jefferson ! Who now oppose and aet at defiance the acta of the majority ! Tbe loco focoe! These facta which tbe people should re member, and when a whig heara a loop boasting of hit democracy , aak him what H means ? PJu Kod'uui. The lokips find their opposition to the tariff ani heme induetry, to be want jo crawl out. They find the peoplp am against Ihem, and like rata they desert a sinking y too Lje fokies Jo sidle off, you must slick, ap yopr leaders in Congre« have recorded their yqlet «gainst the measure —sgajpat Thome i n d O stry-^-ajrayj^ 'tZHZ&T manufacturer, mechanic and working man— against Auatriccn interests .enterprise and capi tat—against the government and the people.— These are facta which cannot be denied or rofated. Tbe lokics may fume and firpt as much a« they please, yet they will never be able to shake off the odium of their opposing the tariff ond home induetry. It will stick to them in spite of their "Jamenialioua here and elsewhere." The ÿue is drawn, and position defined—the whig* are jn fo ot' a tariff to support rite government, protect tbe people and foster home industry, the Iokies opposed to the« things—they .arc in favor of direct taxation, to support the government, and free trade to ea-'ourage foreign capitalists and la bourers. They want to reduce the wage» of Amcr. ican freemen, to a level with tbe subjects and serfs of European countries. The Iokies manifest their lorn for the working by opposing evjry measure of government calculated to benefit and advance them. We want •hip. Hut il the people to remember the« thing«, that they may know their real friends. A Good Movement. Mr. Arnold, a whig member pf Congress, has published iu the National Intolhgeucer, a Bill* which he intends to introduce in tho House of Representatives, and urge its adoption, reducing the mileage and pay of the members of Congress. The Bill propo« to reduce the members per diem f from eight to aix dollars per day, and allow them six instead of eight dollars foy every twenty mi!«. This is a good moyement and ia another evidence of the disposition of the whigs to eoonomi« the expen the of the government. But there ia a important provision in the bill, which de clarea that members shall not be pahl for the time absent, unie« detained from their duty by sickness. This ia perfectly rifht, it ia just, it is nothing more than hon«t, as no man ought to be pai(i for services which hé dp« not render.— We would consider it a good amendment, to make every member pay to the government the amount ofhia^er diem, for every day he voluntarily ab sents himself from the buaine« of the House.— We hope Mr. Arnold may suco«d in getting Jhia measure through, and in ca« be dees, it may wall be «id that he done and generation. in they • vou C. m - good in hi* 4*J Tyro Kiewrkn.—T he Naw York Son saya :— " On board of the barque Adu io, recently arrived from the coast of Africa, are two Krawmen, brought out at their own request to Ibis country. They stripe running down their fac«, from the forehead to the chin. This singular mark ia tinction, and all who ara thus honored 1 freeman ! They will return to their native court at Con the by bug queer looking darkies, both having a of di try In (he «me vessel next fall." flHiMim—Th United Stete. Omni of m/i: M A y of twelve or tbirtoea ^earn of agn, a of Mr. We. B. Janvier, ef New 1 - cede, [Delaware,] _ . Meshy bat, at that loa n, ty (ha [allanUj of a TOM« oflfaor, Puml Mid.bipm.n Bool, of 0» t U.S.H..T. grandson, we are Informed, of Truxtoo. The boy, wbile balhjng on the obere below the Railroad wharf, vu carried of by I furious flood tide, and swept Hon, and tfi« afotn; wag given; when Mr. Bealr the wharf, Immediately leaped into the river, swa* to tho spot, di^efr after Urn boy, who had aonk, apparently for the last time, an* thought, him aadbly to the short. Wa have understood that .another gentlemen, Wm. H. Ifcgers, Esq. of Now «■rtfe. «b, wa, on tb, wherf, jumped .IniMt a. «- _. _ «, ... - j - w descendent of his noble old ancestor. Th. lort fee Rtet. Cnn.pntlon i. to n,..l Dover on Tuesday next. Will some of our Dover friends send us gq account of the sayings and dotaf, of tb, Tyterile. and loco fee. We np. P«e tin d. m.tr.lic firm her..(ter i> to be cited R Tyler fc Co. There ia comiderable fretting, kick ing and faming among the aspirants for the Con. iprtion, nut thi. i. " ntt «id vexation of spirit,** as the Colonel will be the man. Mark that i And moreover, he will be decently th« same time, an the earn« errand of bnirsaity but the honour of saving the bay's life fhfl to Um young officer, who has proWd himself, a worthy ry beat. Stick a pin there ! The tronblca in the loco loco tanka are increaa* lag daily—soma of the faithful threaten to kiok, if Doct. ia not nominated for Congress, others are in fall blast for the Colonel, who, by tbe by, is tbe cleverest man of the two. Then, there ie that mighty men in Kent, as cruriy and as peevish as an old maid. Ha is whining to be noticed; besides there's half a dozen other as pirante, ali pigmys in fhet, bqt giants in fhqir own estimation. Keep cool gentlemen, loqo fooo old bachelor $3 ay matches am dangerous in the*# times, and be 7 at sure not to ccme in eontaet with one anOfth.r, or there will be miaohief done. The Richmond papers contain painfiil aocounte of the damage bp the recent fij|het. Much grain of was swept away and lost In tbe counties south and south-west of Petersburg, and in North Care- in lina, a large amount of property waa destroyed. Tkç Louieiona Election .—Tbe locofoco candi date for Governor is etooted. The Legislature 1» whig, and secures the election of U, 8 . Senator. ^ Ship Coronet, Capt Bute, from Lon «lander^ I arrived at this port with 282 passengers. of w I A Ttf* Vxro.—A Washington correspondent 1 the N. Y. Express, a paper rallier friendly President Tyler, alluding to the Tariff BUI, aaj »To resist the will of ^ongreat upon III to be presented for his aignalnre, will will of the F«op le. Tho omn ct will be suicide to himsrif. off is fo of and la and litioal to to it will be'the first to acorn and ridicule tho and the only eflwt ing the strength of the giant to the giant energi as of this great Republic.*' \ A Myites y .—At New Lotten, Ct., the otlfiu laborers, on repairing to work in a field in which they had bepn at work die previous aT ternoon, at fÿe bead of what appeared Co be a newly made grave, found erected a board, with tbs inscription ** Buried by strangers,*' end on digging down into the ground, they .containing tbd body of a of putrefaction, and apparently having!been dead for a long time. The box waa a common ah« box, with tho word ' Norwich' upon it. That it had been thus deposited by some persons unknown, since the time of their leaving the field on the previous afternoon, there could be no doubt. The body bôça aboutit no marks by which it mighj be recognised, and tbe whole affair was a profound wjNery. be the gratification of L av ril for a Qkne day, to a box advanced state they FOR TRS DELAWARE REPUBLICAN. Proftinify Rebuked. by tbe name of Moaes Edwards aliat William Striker, was brought before Justice Me Caulley James Derry tbo City Collector. It appeared that tbe Collector ealled on him for his tax, and he de. nied hia name. The Collector having found out the cheat, or that he had two names, informed him he must pay his tax at the expiration of the legal notice, at that time tbe Collector sent for it, and not getting it he issued the legal process and col lected it accordingly. When he next nut Mr. Derry he and being convicted ef six curses and ecate. Mr. Derry aa a public officer did A has Bill* of a charge of profanely cursing Mr. f them the a de time duty it to make ab Jhia may menoed abusing him and cursing, fined 84 right and so would all other officers, were they te bring up all such offenders. The foul and anmanly practice of profano oarsing and swearing ia too streets, and not only so but it leads to breaches of the peace. 1 hope this ex ample may be a warning to others. MORALITY. MARRIED. On tho 16th inn. bj tha Rer. F. Riler of tb. Catholic Church, Mr CHARLES S' KJNG Mi~ SARAH ANN DQNNELLY, M.J pmcc end b.ppieea. lUend thorn, On tb. 16th inct by tbe Re. Mr Robineon of the Church of Latter D.y Saint, or Mormon«, Mr GEORGE HAMMER to Mi* MARY KEN NADY, ' . 4*J :— court a DIED, Near Gaorgetown, on Friday the 13th inst. MARIA JLQufSA, infant daughter of Jaiuda F. aged Î di and Matilda P. Kalloek, -Ym*h tbe Kingdom ef Heaven." The markets. WILMINGTON PRICES CURENT. Reported for the Republican, July 80, 1Q49. Wheat Flour from wap guns •'85 50 Rre Flour Wheat per bushel a so 1 15 Rye, do. 62 Barley, do. Corn, do. « Oato do. • . Flax Seed, do. « Prime Clover Seed from wagons, prime Cam Meal, per bushel do. ' * hogsh'd Whiskey, . Plaster, Salt, Liverpool, Herring per barrel, Mo. i. Herring No. 1, Labrador m 5'J 90 1 60 4 00 65 14 50 18 3 50 per bushel 50 4 00 fi 00 Prime ttork Black Oak Bark, shaved 3 25 Um 10 00 Retail Prieei in the Wilmington Market, Jnl y 10. Cents. Beef, best cuts pr lb 9 do cofamon, ** 3 r6 Veal, qunr J, Butter, per lb. 13a 15 Honey, " "^1" R U di ,* h *°' „ r buI , cll , Onions, « Beets, per doz. Chickens/^* ' Cents • Whortleberries per, qt b Plums, " Cherries, * Blackberries •*' Sinearcase per pint. New Potatoes half pk. 6 a 8 preen Peas " 4 1 firing Beans» *'* 2 Turnips, •* 1 Peaches, âPâarsJ Cucnr ben per dot Squashes, " 10 3.6 4 3 18 Sad - 12..18 ■!<> 10 7 12al4 69 H PHILADELPHIA MARKET, l July 20,18J2. \ We have no material change to note in business affairs, generally, since last week. Trade of ry kind remains quite depressed. The wsatbor, with the exception of two days, has tor a week nr more been very favorable for gathering in the harvest,and lisppy to learn from various lions of the country, that there will be a full age, if not an unusually largo crop. In Foreign Produce thero has been no salos of moment this wepk. Domestic Products.—Flour ia steadv at R5 37 J for'Western, 16 SO for Pennsylvania of good brandi, fresh ground would probably bring 86 62J per bbl ; Rye Flour continues scarce, and ia in demand at $3 75 per bbl. Corn Meal—no change since last week. Grain—|J*he supply of Wheat continues light, and is wanted for milling—Prime old ay Ivan ia red ia worth #1 28a 1 30 per bushel; a lot ) bushels of fa^r float at il 2 J per bushol j—no new Gats yet rket—old are steady at 32a33 eta per bushel; Southern Yellow Flat Corn ;s dull to-day, with fair receipts at 55 cts; White do. 52a53 per bushel. Flaxsued firm at $1 75 per bushel. Quercitron Bark—Scarce, last «les were at «24 for firat No. 1, now held at 895. very Penn of Delaware Wbaat w in I w BALTIMORE MARKET, July 20,1842. I VlOUR.—T here ia but little demand for Howard Ihot Flour, and with very light receipts, the A ftk oontinues small. Holders are h ground of good standard brands made fri wheat, and 'he sales that am making are at price. Some parcels made from new v held a shade higher, but wo hay« heard 1 foi ask m wheat of a GRAIN—A lot of new Md red Wheat, of good Was sold at 81 05; and a cargo of 900 bpshels red Wheat, from North Carolina, heated and in very bad wetter, aold at 82 eta. Very little Corn receiv ing, Wo note small sales of yellow and of white at 56a57 eta. Oats wanted. Tbo last ralea of Md. were at 33a34 eta at 57s58 cents scare« and (TTNOTIl'K is hereby given, that Elder Jume* Osbourn will preach, God willing, in the old Bap tist Church in Wilmington, on Sunduy next, July 34tb. Temperance Hall. An adjourned raeettng of the stockholders of Temperance H Reading Room, inst. jy 22 . At a stated meeting of the Jefferson Temperance ington and Brandywine, held at , July 16th, 1842, it wa« on mo Resolve$, That a Vote of thanks.be presented the' American Tract Society for their liberal present to this Society of a Christian " Uining 45 vuflimea of handsome and _ BooksT—Extract from the minutes. WILLIAM SIMMONS, Prea'l. Sa mu J. M'Locelan, Sec'ry. jy 22. Hall Acrotia/ion will be held at the on Tuesday evening next, the 26th LEWIS WILSON, Äociety of Wilmin Temperance Hall, Jt to 1 Library con and Well selected FOR CAPE MAY. d — WgTL _ THE SUPERIOR STEAMBOAT ««K OHIO, Capt. L. DAVIS, leaves Dock streot wharf, Phila delphia, for this delightful and fashionnblo bathing place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morn ing at 8 o'clock—Returning leaves the cape on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings at 8 o'clock. Fare Iron» Philadelphia to Cape May, meals arid cSYrlagè hire included, From Cheater do do db do New Castle ; do dC Season tickota 810, meals and carriage hire exl*a. The servie«' of Mj. Jeremiah Bennet, a first'rate Bay Pilot, haa been engaged tor Tickets for the Cape ean be procured at tho of fice» nf the Phil. Wil. and Bilt. Road company, of Wilmington, jy 2fa J. K. HJGGINS, Ag't. i A3 00 2 75 2 50 the season, te it NOTICE. security, or to the payment of tbe interest that hereafrer may accrue, unie« tbe certificate or oer tificates then held should, within four calender months from the 21st May, 1842, be surrendered and delivered up to the «id company, and new certificates be received in lieu (hereof. In pursu of tho above,' Notice is hereby given to the holders of the P. W. fc B. R. K. Co. that tbe cretary will remain at the office of the company, between the hoars of 9 and 3, daily, to receive the certificates now outstanding, and issue new certi ficates in oonformitf with the terms of the Mort gage, dated 21st May, 1849, and authorised by tbe atockholders. I (TTBy order of the Board of Directors.—jy 29 Office of the Philadelphi more Railroad Co. 76 Wa To the Loan holders of the Philadelphia, Wilming ton and Baltimore Railroad company. a, Wilmington and Ralli ai nut et. Julv 19.1812. B Y the terms and conditions of the Mortgage execqtcd on the ftlat of M*y, 1842, qo loan holder or creditor ia entitled to tM benefit of that of Joan feecr F. FIttE ! FIRE !■! FIREÜ! INSURE TOUR PROPERTY The Wilmington Fire Insurance company, inoor porated by the Legislature of Delaware, with a capital of B Marcus o'clock M. 150,000 DOLLARS. T H(S company is at all tin.ca prepared at their office No. 100« market street, Wilmington, nearly opposite John Hall'», Ipte Smith'e Hotel, to make au kinda of insuranee against Fire and on inland transportation of goods and country produce Houses, Churches, Barns, end other build. Inga—on Goods, Wares and Merchandise, House, hold Furniture, Grain, Hay, and othei personal property, frc. (marine risks excluded.) The solidity of the company may bo confidently relied on; and. the terme of insurance will be found quite as moderate and favorable as those of other coni panier. To thooe who desire to insure for Tear, a littéral discount will be made. The following persons elective districts, who will ranrey property, give any information that may be desired, to Ayres Stockley, Smyrna. George S. Adkins, Milford. William Abraham Edwaid James Robinson, Esq. Newark. Andrew K. Nelson. Delaware City. Jnmra Delaplnine, Centraville. John M. Smith, Middletown. Joshua S. Layton, Georgetown. John W. Thomas, Esq. New Garden Peter Askew, Brick Meeting House, Md. Win.'Torbort, Elkton, John Evans Casey, Millington. Caleb Fleatd, Kennet Square. Levi W. Hoope«, Kennet Square. DIRECTORS. Stephen Bonsai!, George Bush. James Çanby, lamés Delaplain, Washington Rice, John Rice, Jacob Pusey, Peter B. Porter, Samuel Hilles, John A. Duccan, Josse Mendinliall.Jos Bringburst. STEPHEN BONSALL, President. >Vit.i.iam ITCadUST. sec'/y Wilmington July 4,1842. N. B. All applications by letter or otherwise to the President or secretary, will meet with prompt attention. at 7 fi r ja CraiN IT jo Tenant he June agents in their ra Dunlpp, Christiana Bridge. I Boyer, Stanton. Williams. New'Castle. L W Boots, This form niater. O by A Lotterie* for July, 1849. POKOMOKE RIVER LOTTERY, j Authorised V by the authority of the Legislature,*' for improving and extending the novigatioH of Pokomoke River, draws at Wilmington, Del. ' Plialcn fc Co., Mauager*, Class 74, draws Friday, July 1. Capita! prise 87.000. Tickets 82,50. Class 75, draws Monday, July 4. Capital 810.00. Ticket! 84. Class 70. draws Wednesday, July 6 . Capitals 87,500 and 50 and 5«0. 'Class 77, arawa Friday, July 8 . ^Capital prise 810.000. Tickets 84. Class 78 drswa Monday July 1}. Capital prise 815.000. Tickets 84. Clc« 79, draws Wednesday, July 13. Capital 86.000. Ticket! fc2. dasa «0 d;gwa Friday, July 15. Capita} prize 89.000. tickets 8 l GEORGETOWN LOTTERY. Authorised by the Legislature for the traction of an Academy opd Maaonb Flail a» Georgetown, Sussex conuty and for finishing J*e Episcopal Church therein, "Drswa at Wilmington, Del. Class Ç5, draw« Saturday, July 3. Capital 85,m Ticket» 81L 'Class 66 , draws Tue»dny, July 5. Capital , jrtry 9. capital prise 85,000. Tickets 81 60. Cl i»s '68 draws Tuesday July 12. Capital prize 88.000. Tickets 82,50. e* grand Consolidated lottery, Of Delà J tolling TÜ dß yaro, prize OP them 7 J *■ M-À and few use. QJ of tho Nh, II ôfPo Academy and Masonic Holland finiidiing the Episcopal Church. Class 18, draws Thursday, July 5. Capitals 830,000and 10 ofl000 foe. GO Numbers— 20 Drawn Ballots. TWO PRIZES TO ONE BLANK. Risk on a package of whole tickets worth 3300. only 888 —do. on a package of quarters worth 875 only 822—do only 811. Class , for improving tho navigati komokc River and erecting an ü eight» worthA37,50 : ■ T he his I9dnws rbursday July 14. Capitals 816,090 and 20 of ] 000. rickets 85. SCHOOL fcUND LOTTERY, of R. I. For tho benefit of public schools. Draws at Providence. Class 78 draws Satutday July 2, Capital prize 825,000. Tickets 810. Class 84, draws prizes 830,0Q0 20 of Tickets 810. For sole by jhe package or single ticket, at tkc Managers' Office, No 69, Market street, Wilming Z. R. GLAZIER. Saturday, July 9. Capital lpQO.20 of 5jCQ,20 of 400. fancy 62 and . Delaware. L adies hackney xo hire. A splendid Ladies hackney to hire, enquire of June 27, 1742. ISAAC SOLOMON, Jr. MIAOKEB BL 8t 8 HAD—For sale by lY.ffiSlacum fc Vsno shad of beat quality at retail or barrel, also no 1 mackerel in quarter barrels, very fine Collât the corner of 2d and kin« 1 * ■ 1 S DISSOLUTION. rWMIB co-partnership heretofore existing under -R- tho firm of Cannon & 8 udler ia this day dis solved by mutual eorièent. All persona indebted to aaid firm are hereby notified to ipake immediate seulement with Stansbury Cannon, who is aulhör. iscd to seltlo the business of tho Into firm. * STAN3BURY CANNON, JOS. B. SUDLER. Bridgevillc, July 12, J842. X h. mr DRY GOODS APER THAN EVER. CHE FR1HE subscriber being determined to reduce his stock of summer Dry Goods, will sell them off assortment of Goods cow No 81 and see them. * W. JONES. ■ at style below cost. A first on hand. Call i jy 18 1842. Iron Foundry, In Front » between ff'eat tmd Pasture Sts., Wilmingjton Delaware . XHIE Subscriber rcspeetfrilly inform» his friends A »nd the public in general, that he has com menceJ tbe foutidary business, and is now prepar ed to execute all orders in hia line, with neaUtess despatch and upon the most favorable ternaa»«^. He will cast at the shortest notice mtil-pearn« ot all deacriplions, hör« power castings, ploughs, wagon box«, aaah-weights, rail road wheels, foe foe., foe. He will warrant all of his castings to be of superior quality, and equal to any manufac lured in this city or elsewhere, The Subecribers hopes by unremitting attention to business, and punctuality in hia engagements to merit and receive a share of public patronage, All orders thankfully received and promptly at tended to. J. C. ADAMS. J' July 15 1842, of DAILY AC09MMPDATIOh I^fOi «rrwfc WIMINOTON ^PHILADELPHIA. B Y the rail Rood—stoppipg at the intermediate place«, viz.—Quarryville, Naaman'e Creek, Marcus Hook, Cheater, Lazaretto and Dell KoatL Leave Wilmington at 7 o'clock, A. M., and 1 o'clock P. 1R. Leave Philadelphia at 8 o'clock A. M. and 4 and 5. o'clock, P. M. n SUNDAYS the Cara wifl leave Wilmington o'clock, A. M4 ahd 4| o'clock, P. M. Fare each way 25 et#. J. K. HIGGINS, Ag't. Rail Road Office, Wilmington, Del., Jope 15. RESERVING KETTLES .—Just reeeiVnd, a lot of Brass and Copper preserving kettle», JNO. L. HADDEN fc co. No. 57, Market street. at 7 fi r sale by ja 17. CraiN BATHING TUBS.—On hnnd and mads IT to ordsr at J.NO L HADDEN foeo, jo 11 » ECEIVED and for sale at No. 5ft Markst Street, an'aasortment of Cast Steel Hand, Tenant and circular Sawa of « Amèricih Manu, factors'* each Sew ia warrant'd he sold a June 15. No 57 rket street. ina and will manufacturera price* JNO. dk. DUNCAN. TO BUILDERS. L I MR—Coders for the beat qaafity of White and Brown Luné, received by ADAMS & McQANIEL, Corner of third and King at. FUIaUlB'S PATENT LIQUID OIL POLISH. Feb. 4. W ASi ANTED TO BE BENEFICIAL TO LXATRXX. A new and splendid article for polishing Boots, Ladies shoes. Rubbers, foe., w MffiRt. labor. This polish is put top for hue in the mofWBpre nient form possible, with a brush attached to rach niater. For sale by a JOHNSON. April 4. Druggist, 17$ Market at. O A 8 T STEEL joat received a small invoice oi cast steel assorted site superior luality fa «la ADAMS fo M'DANIEL, corner of third and King streets. jy 8 by m •' AJTVIL$, VICES, A good a »Ailment of Anvils, Y tees, foe., constant ly on hand and fb# sale by! " ADAMS fc M'DANIEL. Jan 31 1949 corner of second and king sie« SHAWLS, J UST received a very handsome lot of SUks Thibit and Motosltn dé Lkine Shkwls, which are tolling very low at No, 81. W. JONES. Apr« 1,1848. _ CARPETING AND MATTING. TÜ 8 T opened at no. 81 Market sL aome vary dß handsome Ingrain Carpets for fiO Cehta'peT yaro, aleo a good assortment of Flatn and figufod Mattings, cheap. apfl7- W. JONES. CIom 54. draw* Monday Äf»J 1«- UapitaJ prize 811,000. Tickets 84. Clo« 52, draws Tuesday May 17. Capita prize 8 7,000. Tickets 82 50. * * •UfUST received a variety of beautifal towns, OP price (Vom 12| to 31 oenta pad yard;' some of them real French. 8 . BUZBY. No 62 Market Street June 10 1842. *■ OOK OUT CAKE BÀKÇRS<-*In store M-À and for Sale at tbe corner of second and King a heaatifhl Porto Rico toiolssses very bright and thick. je 13. SLACUM fc VANE. ERRING BY THE BARREL— Jast re ceivcd at the corner of 2d and King ate., a few barrels ofauperior Herring, put up for family use. je 13 SLACÜM $ VANE. fiUST received and for sale a hands QJ ment of Lamp oils,'a pait very pale'and ffcp of Gum and part common atîow prices. Call at tho corner of 2d and King. SLACUM fcVANE. Nh, II 13 ü OORONER. T IJE SUBSCRIBER having been solicited by mnny of his friends to offer himself as a can didate for the office of Coroner of Sussex Countr, he therefore respectfully solicita tho suffrage'of his fellow citizens for said office at tho ensuing election, he hereby pledges himself to abiijé tbe nomination of the Whig party, and will give hie support to the nominated candidate. WILLIAM RICKARDS. MiLUisoao, May 30lh 1842.—tfi ' W OOL rBALZARJNE 8 —Just opened a large assortment of vpry pretty plain and fancy striped real balzarin'es, and for aale at No. 62 by * s Juno Iff. 1842. __ njUST opened at No 62, a few peicea of ailk cashmeret'e and drap d' eta for summer coats and panta for »ale by June 10 1842. 8 . BUZBY. 8 . BUZBY S ALAD OIL.—A few basket» of very Superior Salad oil, for salo low by ' ' B. JOHNSON. __ Drnggiot P78 Market fit P ARAftOI»—A handsome lot of Para«!» just receved at No 81 market street. my 11,184?. ' _ W. JONES. Jane IQ. TÀTEW GOODS-—B atxarinee! Balxarinee! Sal X w xarineeff —Just received a well selected assort article for Ladtes sum wear, of choice colors and satin stripe and h. re style• Call and examine. S. D. EVES, my 9Ji No 79 inaeketdl. mr nt of Balzsrines, a «ROY'S WEAR.—*A very pretty assortment of ■ « Goods suitable for largte and small boy'a wear at No 79 market lit. my 2?. 8 . D. EVE?. MBRELL AS and PARASOLS.-Just opened at No 79 market at, a choice lot of this springe style of parasols at prices to suit the times. Always excellent assovtirient of silk and cotton S. D. EVES. umbrellas CORONER. T HE undersigned, at the earnest solici tations of many of his frierfds is in duced to offer himself as a candidate for thro office of Coroner of Sussex county; ffé therefore jcespectfuliy solioits the suffrage of his Fellow citizens for said office at the ensuing Election. He thereby pledge# himself to abide the nomination of (he Whig party, and will give hia hearty sup pert to the nominated candidate. LEVEN PETTYJOHN. Broadkiln hundred, April tft,'184fl.-ri-tn.