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HARDWARE, *C
(ffUT and wrought nails, brad* and tacks; brass
^ and iron butt hinges; H,HL, strep and other
hinges ; knob and mortice
LOCKS.
American and English; escutcheon, knob and
th unb latches ; shutter spring, round and flush
bolts; iron and brass wood screws, American and
English ; German looks and latches ; chest, till
anl cupboard locks ; bra«s and iron
ANDIRONS;
tongs and shovel, complete assortment; brass,
iron and japan candlesticks ; brittania and japan
lamps ; brass and copper kettles; porcelain iined
kettles and sauce pans ; tea kettles, common and
porcelain lined, bake orena, pots, kettles, fee.;
griddles, gridirons and toasters ; ooffpe mills,
mon and flne quality ; spittoons, brittania and
japan; kniveaand forks, in downs and sets; tea
and table spoons, German silver, brittania si d iron;
PEN,POCKET, BUTCHER Sf SHOE KNIVES;
scissors and shears, common and fine; raxors,
* Rogers',' * Elliott's' and others ; razor straps,
« Saunders',' * Morgan's,' and 4 Pomeroy's ;'
LOOKING GLASSES; GUNS and PISTOLS,
percussion caps; cast.GermanfoEnglish blister steel;
SHOVELS AND SPADES\
Ames',' 'Rowland's,' &c.; hay and manure forks;
traoe and halter chains, hames, Ac. ;
FILES AND RASPS.
approved quality ; Hand and psnnel saws, Amerl
can and English ; mill and cross cut saws, ' Row
's;' tenant, compass and key holo saws ; cir
r saws, * Johnson's c. s.
■old
Trust
Poor
No
eral
among
Over
Vests,
Coats
Pants
Vests
to
at.
95
city.
to
AXES,
broad, chopping and hand, various makes ; mortice,
socket and firmer chisels; turning chisels and
gouges ; steel blade, steel and iron squares ; bench
moulding
♦ lanes,
•B. W. Carpenter'»' and others; Turkey and Mis
souri oilstones; brace and bills, from 18 to 49
bills; screw, pod and patent angers', nail and
■pike gimblets, * Cope's,* and others ; drawing
knives,spoke shaves, fee ; cart boxes, sash weights,
PLOUGH CASTINGS, &c.,
together with WINDOW GLASS, WHITE and
RED LEAD , venitian red, Spanish brown, min
eral men, blue and other paints, oil, putty, copal
«.and japan varnish, &c ; for sale by.
JOHN A. DUNCAN.
50 Market street.
B
brated
side,
mas,
are
stand
ally,
and
cal
and
and
a
offer
with
pect
ing
be
up
and
in
per
to
NEW CABINET WARE ROOM.
HE Subscriber, late of the firm of Luff II
Morrow, corner of Water and Market streets,
respectfully informs his friends and the public gen
er ally theftno has commenced the
T
n Esst scwond street, a few doors from Market.and
immediately opposite the lower Market House; in
the store foi merfy occupied by Washington Rice,
where he is prepared to manufacture
FURWISTTRE
of every description which will be made of the best
materials, by experienced workmen, and disposed
the moet reasonable terms. The public
invited to cal) in and examine for lliemscivcs. All
orders thankfully received, and punctually attend
ed to. JAMES MORROW.
Wilmington, ap. 11, 1849.—ly
FRESH, CHEAP * SEASONABLE
«f
5FUST opened at No. 62 a lot of Balzorines a new
^ and beautifu* article for ladies dresses, dome
very prett* Foulard silks; also several
calicoes, which will be sold at
n%l cost. One
ble article for childrens wear—together with s
general assortment of Dry Goods purchased with
in a few days, at the reduced prices—all of which
wi'l be found worthy the attention of purchasers,
may 4, 1842. SAM. BUZBY.
H ..f
half the origi
cotton cam blets, a very desira
his
hite Sugar Beet, Mangel Wurtzell, Ruta
Baga, Turnip soed, White flat Turnip
eed, for sale by my 13. GEO, REYNOLDS.
w
crraHE FARMERS' LAND MEASURER, or
" Pocket Companion, showing st one view the
Contents of any pioce of Land, from dimensions to
ken in yards, with a set of Agriclutursl Tables.—
The yellow shoe string, or tha the good effects of
Obedience to Parente. For sale by may 13.
GEO. REYNOLDS, no 108, market st.
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
$RpHE subsriber has
assortment of Light Cassimercs, Fancy Gam
broons, and while and colored Linen Drillings,
also a few puces of Cashinarctt a beautiful article
for summer coats—together with
silk, cashmere, aud Marseilles vestings
which will be sold to suit the
ket street
hand a handsome
very hand
81
my 11, '42.
W. JONES.
JONATHAN HILNER,
STAIR BUILDER 4'SASHMAKER,
ORANGE STREET, ABOVE FOURTH.
'UlT'HERE continued rail or open Nowel stairs,
Y V made and put up to order, also, has constant
assortment of ready made SASH.
All orders thankfully received and promptly at
tended to. apr il 27, 1842. tf
it tnd
ly
B
THE SUBSCRIBER
has just opened a splendid assortment of
rich style Balxorines, same as low as 31
my. 11, '42 W. JONES.
ALZAUINES.
P
AINTED LAWNS—JUST OPENED
at no 61 market street a fresh lot of Painted
selling very low—Bajearinc
I.awns which
, yard wide for 12^ cte.myll. W JOKES.
HOUSE FOR SALE.
For sale,a throe story brick house, sit.
i in sixth,between French and Wal.
■ts, fronting on Sixth street 19 feet
and extending back 47 feet, with a smallyaid. This
house is well finished, containing t*o parlors,
ing room, kitchen and six good lodging rooms. Its
locaton is in an improving part of the city and it
would be quite desirable as a boarding house.—
Brandywine water in the yard. Terms easy.—
For turtbvr particulars inquire at this office, or of
may 4, 1842. tf JOHN C. PRISON.
A
LOCKS! CLOCKS !—Brass and wood 30
and hand
hour, and eight day clocks,
some patterns, just received and for sale low for
«ash, and warranted to perform or exchanged, by
L B. M. LETOURNAU.
4th st., 2d door from the corner of Market st.
N. B. Wood and every description of clocks
carefully repaired and warranted. April 4. 6m
Æ TNA MATCHES.—Hyatt fo, Winan's
Original Ætna Matches, warranted *
fire, in any
tail, by
jan 11
of the weather, at wholesale or
J. B. M- LETOURNAU,
74 Market st. between 3d and 4th
NOTICE,
r l HEREBY GIVEN, that 1 bare Sled ajpe
tition in the office of the Prothoootary at Do
, pray inf the Superior Court ol the 8Uta of Del
aware, in and for Kent county, at ita next
to bo held at Dover in aaid Countv,
fourth day of October next, (1849,)
vorce diaaolvinf the bonds of matrimony now exist,
g between ine and my wife Mary Lewis,
Milford, iune 17.—3m. RUFU8 LEWIS.
MKW DRY GOODS.
(TOHE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform
^ hia friends and the public generally, that he
has just opened an extensive assortment of
able Dav Goons, purchased at the present rednoed
rates. Many of tho goods are of the best quality
and will be wind worthy the attention of purcha*
era. The old stock, in order to close, it will be
F
on the tweotT.
to grant a <11
ing
who
this
hss
■old at loss than cost price», by 8 BUZBY,
first
la
the
as
lic,
No 69, mar tet at.
TAILORING.
Trust has fled to foroign realms afar,
Poor credit and
No lengthened scores shall stain my books again,
Toglare my eyes and give mo heartfelt ; sin
The subscriber keeps constantly on hand a,
eral supply of every article in his line of business
among which are the following:—
Over Coats, from
declares eternal war;
86 00 to 910 00
4 00
1 75
Sattinott Pants,
Vests, from
Coats mode and trimmed from
Pants made from
Vests made from
N. B. Country people and others
to call bcfore'purchaaing elsewhere, at No 34 King
at. Be sure and not forget No. 34, as 1 will sell
95 per coni cheaper than any establishment in the
city. Two joörney
to make pants and vests'
Nov 1, 1841.
81 00 to 1 75
5 00 to 5 50
50 cts to 1 00
50 ctsto 125
requested
wanted; 96 women wanted
WM. BUTLER.
77 tf
B OCTOR EUEN'S Universal Strength
Plasters, unrivalled and unequalled. Cele
brated for curing Pains or weakness in the breast
side, back or limbs; also for gout, rheumatism, liver
complaint, and dyspepsia. In coughs, colds, asth
mas, difficulty of breathing, oppression of the
mach, Il c. they w'll give soothing relief; and for
neatness, pleasantness, safety, ease, and certainty,
are decidedly superior to other remedies. Persons
whose business requires that they should sit or
stand much, or those of sedentary habits gener
ally, who may be troubled with pains in the side or
breast, are advised to try one of these beautifbl and
unrivalled plasters. They are different from others,
and are free from objections which are generally
made against plasters. Perhaps thsre is no medi
cal observation better established than that "Con
sumption originates i
climate so variable
and attention
often fatal
and willing to bestow. It cannot therefore but be
a gratification to the subscriber to bo enabled to
offer to all of consumptive habi s,
with distressing pains in tho side i
affection of the breast or lungs, a reasonable pros
pect of relief by using his "Universal Strengthen
ing Piaster."
Persons who wish to become purchasers will
be particularly careful to ask for "Doctor Euch'»
Universal Strengthening Plaster." They
up in boxes of one or more dozen each, with large
and attractive showbills, will keep without injury
in any climate, and will be forwarded promptly as
per order. Druggists, Dealers, and Country Mer
chants will find them a very rateable article at all
times and in all places, and will find it an object
to become purchasers.
The«« plftctera mnf be had at the nrinrinnl Dnur
S.ores throughout the United States and Canadas.
WILLIAM EUEN.
Rentier having purchased of Dr. Euen
mV and recipe for manufacturing hisceic
glectod Colds." In a
, it requires
to guard against the attacks of this
disease, than most persons are nblc
those afflicted
breast, or any
P*
s
..f
I Iu
his mach
brated Strengthening Plaster, will furnish dealers
with a fresh and genuine article
dating terms as the patentee.
EDWARD BRINGHURST,
Druggist nnd Chemist, 137 Mackct st., Wil
mington. Price 95 cents a single plaster. fc31
accommo
R. JAYNES EXPECTORANT, a
Coughs, Coldi, Consumption, anda 11 othe
pulmonary affections, for sale by
fbi
]>
or
the
to
of
B. JOHNSON,
Jan. 31.
BY 81acuin fit Vane*
y 50 bbls of Peaches,
in halves, and will be sold cheap. Also, a few
udicls ofpeach seed that vv ill be sold cheap.-ap
FOR SALE
__
A very cheap lot of Tabic Linens and Cloths
just opaned 6-4 Table Linen, good for 37 J cts
per yard nnd 8-4 Damask Table Cloths for one dol
lar. Together with some very fine, which also,
will be sold cheap. W. JONES.
April 1, 1832.
HOME MANUFACTURE.
No. 81,
of A
HE subscriber has just received a'
Market street, a splendid assortit!
cloths, casmmcr-«, and light satinette suit
able for spring wear and at price* tn suit the ti
Very low. WASHINGTON JONES.
March 1,1842.
T
at
MOUSELINE DE LANES.
J UST opened at No. 81, market streets hand
some assortment of Mouseline do Lanes, from
dollar per yard—call and sec
W. JONES.
18j cents, to
march 1 1842
of
P ORCELAIN WAKE .—A superior article ol
Porcelain or enamiled
, consisting of
Preserving kettles, Sauce Pans, doc„ just received
and foi sale by JNO.L. HADDEN 8c Co.
August 19, 1841 No. 57 Market Street.
INE CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.—Just
opened a few pieces of ExtiaSuper Fine Black
and Blue Black wool dyed Cloths and Cassimercs.
S. BUZBY.
No 62 Marktse
F
sit.
feet
Its
it
of
Ï., 7th
9th
L ANCATSER RIFLES for sale by J a DUN
CAN, no 50 market at augfli
J UST opened, and for sale by Sc^icum 6l Vans,
a handsome lot of now Peaches, very bright
and fresh which will be sold low. Call and see lie
purchasing; also a lot of Dried Apples, equal
any ever in the market, and will he seid cheap
Feb. 23.
30
for
by
clocks
AMBBOONS AND SUMMER CLOTHS
The subscriber has just received at No.
81 Market Street an extensive assortment of Plain
an d Ribbed Gambroons; also
G
_ very handsome
Summer Cloths and Lastings, which will be sold
very l« w hy
April 1 L 1812.
R hARlMMINGS .—A genera) assortment of trim
4JI mings, such as needles, pins, tape*, spool cot-1
^ons, patent thread, cord, hooks and eye*, and I
gloves and nosieiy, &c. fo.c., at No 79 market st.
439. 6. D EVES.
W. JONES.
W
T
own
be
LEEDS At CO'S,
SUPERIOR MEDICATED VEQE.
TABLE CONCRETE,
F OR Coughs, Cold», Hoe n eiew, BiRclIljr of
Bcutliing, Palo end SonBoe of U» Brute,
Palpitation oflhe Heart, Aathma,Wboaptog Coagh,
Brooch ilea; in ahart all diaaaaw that "
will he likely to lead to Consumption,
hsvo used this nerd not be told of its
Those that
virtues. As a safe Family Medicine
equal it, and Bom Ha tool« virtues and strengthen
ing properties it ie m ich sought aller by the
who have made use of it freely. The celebrity
this Concrete increases every day. No remedy
hss been more rapidly increased, and ita efficacy
approved of, in hundreds of In*
stances. Let all, during the inclement
of this article upon the
°* tix:
■T
the
to
pur.
chase and make free
first symptoms of esnghs, cold», or hoarsoees which
la sure to give rolief.
Parent», ■■ yon value your offspring, neglect not
the incipient ofe cough, but provide yourself with
edy that will arrest its progress. Its nutri
tious, tonic and expectorant qualities justly rank it
as the greatest compound ever offered to the pub
lic, The numerous attestations of Medical
well as of other individuals of the highest respecta
bility; ptoves it s great discovery in the healing art,
differing from every other article heretofore dis.
covered.
Sold wholesale and retail st B. Johnson's Drug
■nd Medieinsl store, No. 179, Market Street, Wil
mington, Del., general agent for the state of Dels
Country store keepers will do well to call and
purchase the article to sell again, of B, Johnson,
general agent.
00
00
75
sell
the
75
50
00
May be hod the eelebrated Dro. Guettieh and Hate,
MEDICINES.—THE AUGSBURGE LIFE
TINCTURE.
liver
asth
for
or
or
and
medi
"Con
be
to
pros
will
large
as
Mer
all
object
Dnur
Euen
THIS most excellent tincture
ded to families aa the niosteffuctul, for the cures of
all inward diseases; namely, cramps, co'ds
and agues, scarlet fever, bowel complaints
aholic—it purifies the blood in the most obstinate
oases, rostores it to its natural warmth and regular
circulation, hss in general the most wonderful effect
cwhere there is weakness of the nerves, or want of
appetite.
be rccommen
THE PECTORAL ELEXIR .
THE Pectoral Elexir—this medicine, which in
all countries of Europo is acknowledged as unri
valled in ita quality. Even when used iu cases
which
Which has acquired for it great cetebriety and apr
plaus in this country as well as in Europe. The
pectsral medicine is the most infull able remedy for
all pectoral diseases, whatever name they may he,
particularly for colds, pleurisy, pectoral dropaej^fe
pulmonary consumption.
THE RHEUMATIC MEDICINE,
of the most effectual
otherwise conaidred ■■ incurable.—
a
this
nblc
IS
for that dread
ful disease ever yet oflbrred to the public if ta
ken according to directions.
1 HE SALVE OF DRESDEN.
THIS salve is the safest remedy for the cure of
wounds and sores, and will prevent, if used in time,
very many operations. It is a sure remedy for ran
grenc, pains in tho baek, rheumatic head and tooth *
ache, sprains, See., females who are so unfortunate
as to have sore breasts, and will use this salve will
be cured in a very short time. It cannot be too
much praised or rerommendsd,
THE GREEN WONDER 0/X.^
Apply a few drops of this oil to Wounds, Bruises,
Burns, Scalds, be., the pain will be instantly re
^Vi:ruin''cu'™fte —- w * ,1 ~- *
WORM ESSENCE.
for the Worm# in adults or
, if taken accord
any
P*
An infallible
children. This medicine will
ing to directions, when all others fail.
SUPERIOR BLOOD PURIFIER AND PUR
GATIVE PILLS.
These pills may justly be recommended as foe
of all diseases
Wil
best purifier of the blood; as the
depending upon its impurities.
othe
fbi
HYSTERIC DROPS.
These excellent Drops have the qualities of calm
ing instantly, and withont fail, the Cholic and that
troublesome complaint called the Hysterics
ther fits ; when continued for
Vane*
few
length of time.
Sbld at B. JOHNSON'S Drugstore, 179, Mar
ket Street, Wilmington, . Delaware- General
February 2,1849,—ly.
JOHN F. ndlÜNSÖNj
Jeweller and Sllvemmith,
FiSPECTFULLY informs the oublie that he
continues to manufacture, at *
No. 77, Market street, Wilmington, Delanart,
(Second door above the Farmers' Bank)
Silver Spectacles, Table and Tea Spoons, snd all
kinds of Goid and Silver Ware, FOR GASH. The
highest cash and exchange prices given for old
CLtld and Silver. Umbrellas repaired, and all
mner jobs in his line, executed with neatness and
Cloths
cts
dol
also,
R
81,
A
suit
despatch.
Persons at a distance ordering Spectacles,
quested tosend a glass, or a piece of the glass from
the Spectacles they wore last, as the age dees
afford a rule forjudging of the sight.
His Spectacles are alwnys furnished with glasses
ef the best quality, and care is taken in advising
to the focus best adapted to the sight.
Also, Accordions, Flutes, Guitar*, &c^ repaired
in the best manner and neatest style.
February 2,1842.— ly.
hand
from
sec
ol
of
received
Co.
, THE FOUNTAIN HEAD,
F OR all: kinds of LADIES' BONNETS, such
as Hair and Gimp, sn entirely new article,
Fashionable in the Market —Florence
Brsid, English Split Straw ; a variety bfShcll snd
other Fancy BONNETS. Also, LEGHORN
HATS, Straw and Palm Leaf, Broad Brimmed, a
new style, very pleasant for Summer Wear, all
manufactured by the subscriber in large quantities
and sold low for cash. Alsc^ Box Hats and Bonnets,
Ladies' Florence, and 4>thcr Bonnets altered and
done up in the latest fashions. Also, Leghorn
Panama and other Hats cleaned and done up. Mil
liners suppled as usual THOMAS WHITE,
Corner of Seventh and Noble streets,
Philadcldhia, Pa.
Black
■cd the most
DUN
Vans,
bright
lie
equal
cheap
apnl 1.
FOR WORMS.
No.
Plain
AHNESTOCK'S Vermifoge; Dr.C. McLane's
■- American Worm Specific ; Dr. Jayne's Tonic
Vermifuge; Swain's Vennifhge; Dr. Wcavar's
Worm Tea and Salve. »For sale by
B. JOHNSON,
179 Market Street,
sold
trim
cot-1 fNLOVER SEED —Clover, Timothy, Herd and
and I Orchard grass seed. For sale by.
st.
Feb 28. 1842.
JOHN A. DUNCAN.
No 50 Market Street
Feb. 21.
« JUturnl »tttUÖS
Suitté to nr cmtolin, «W »Ml
W R,G^Â^Â4~ÎÎ
Or the Nom Annuo*» Couwi o» Hialt«.
T hese ««rMrdli»rr «II» in cmtpoacd of
pton II which grow ipontoMooily on OWT
own «oil; and are ihcrcforo better adapted to oer
cooitltotioni, than medicine concocted from
roanoa drug», howerer well ther mar be com.
pounded, and a> WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGE.
TABLE PILLS ate founded upon the prlodpie
to tho
and
A
tix: corrupt hun
ures the disease
NATURAL PRXlfCn^JUL«
■T CLEANSING AND VU SIX VINO THE BOOT | I» Will bt
manifest, that If tha conmitutfon he not entirely
tisusttd—a perseverance in their «so. aceordlng
directions, is absolutely certain to drive away
the disease of every name from tha body.
When we wish to restore a Swamp or Morass
to fertility, we drain It of the superabundant j
waters; in like manner if we wish to restore thé
body to health, we must cleanse It of imparity.
WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS
Will be found one of the best, if not the very best
Medicine in the world for carrying out the
GRAND PURIFYING PRINCIPLE,
because they expel from the body all morbid hu
, the caose of diseaM in an easy and NA
TURAL MANNER; and while they every day
GIVE EASE AND PLEASURE,
disease of every name is rapidly driven from the
The above named Indian Vegetable Pills,
have been three years before tha American pub
lie, and we can now say without fear of contra
diction, that of all the various Medicines which
have HKEETorosE been popular, not one has given
such universal satisfaction, Or obtained auch a
permanent hold upon the affections of the peo.
pie. Not only do all who qsa it invariably expe
it
bod
trrmt; but «that effected tome of tho most aston
ishing cures ever performed by medicine.
Hitherto, very few of the numerous testimo
niais which have been received in ftvor of this
extraordinary medicine h*ve been published, as
the medicine obtained its present great celebrity
more by its own intrinsic goodness than from
extensive advertising. It has been deemed pro
per however to offer the following opinions of
the public press, together with n few extracts
fro nr letters of Agents, merely to show, that the
fame of the Indian Vegetable Pills, ienot confin
ed to any one section, but is rapidly extending
itself to every part of the Union.
WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS.
Wright's Indian Vegetable Hills are attaining
great celebrity in New England as well as other
parts of the United States. The attempt of
persons to defraud the public by the sale or spu
rious articles, meets with general reprobation—
Mr. Wright is an indefatigable business man,
and shows an array of cures by the medicine
which warrant confidence to the virtues of hit
Indian Vege able Pills.
From the Philadelphia Spirit of the Times.
WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS.
Frople are pretty well satisfied by this time,
thaf Calomel, and the thousand and
ars* !**ns of the shopi, are adapted,
role, to kill rather than
attar of course, vegetable
sfore in great request. T
bugs, however, among the latter, and we
Id advire all those whohave the least regard
belt health, to try the INDIAN VEGETA
L f ILLS OF THE NORTH AMERICAN
kS^?flLP F HEALTH, sold at m Race st.
y acquainted with the healing art.
From the Boston Daily Times.
WWIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS.
GR all the public advertised medicines of the
da/, we know of none that we can more safely
mmend for the •* ills that flesh is heir to"
the Pills that are sold at the depot of the
h American College of Health, No. 198
moot street, Boston. Several instances
of where they
*
J
j
£
*
mineral
a gen
the patient; »•
medicines are
very many
at*
k
dted in famUie« with
the highest satisfaction; and no longer ago than
yesMRtay,
heard
eminent Physician of the
c : ty recommend them in high terms. There
used to in the community, a great rrpugnance
to the use of QUACK medicines, as they are all
i ndiscritr iUBtel y termed, but it was mainly owing
to the regular M. D's. constantly denouncing
them. They are, however, becoming more libe
ral in this respect, and the consequence is that
good vegetable medicines
sively used than formerly.
Extract of a letter from Peter Christ, Uniontown.
Carro! County, Md., Nov. 17th, 1838.
Dear Sir :—About two months ago, I had bu
in Baltimore, and called at your cffice.and
bought a few boxes of the Indian Vegetable
l'ills; and upon trying them I found them to be
ï»x superior to
cine I had ever used.
noore exten
Pills, or any other medi
I had been subject to a
cough for five years past, and during the time
have taken a variety of medicines without any
relief, until I got the Indian Vegetable Pills, and
l>y taking four doses the cough began
met a*»d I now enjoy better health than I have
done lor years past. After I found them to
a valuable medicine; I immediately »ent to
timoré for a large supply. I have received ..
much benefit in using the Indian Vegetable Pille
that I cannot help but recommend them to every
.»valid I see and think so well of the medicine
•hat I have sent two dozen boxes to my invalid
friends, in the State of Indiana.
Signed,
leave
h.
Bal
PETER CHRIST.
From G. C, Black, New York.
Mr. Wm. Wright—-Dear Sir—You willplcaoe
to forward as soon as possible, some of your In
dian Vegetable Pills; as we arealmost opt of the
article, and foey appear to be getting into a gen
eral -use here. We ha*« had a great call for the
medicine at present, and those that have used
hem, speak very high of them. One gentleman
attributes his being cured of Dropsy to the
(hem; and another has been cured of Dyspepsia,
xolely by the use of your Indian Vegetable Nile ,
and is willing you should publish his case if you
think proper. G. C. BLACK.
No. 1 Chatham Square, New York.
Extract of a letter from A. L an-i more, Indiana.
Doctor Wright—Dear Sir—Having
knowledge of your most excellent compound In
dian Vegetable PiUt, anÿ not knowing how to
get a fresh supply, my stock being nearly ex.
hauste«!, and w:*hing to always have them in my
family, I take this method to open a correspond
ence with you. The Fills alluded to are well
thought of here and very much wanted. I wish
to make arrangements with you for a constant
supply, as I think a eery great quantity co>'ld be
sold in this section of the country.
Extract of a letter from Samuel Griffith, Stew
arttown, York County, Pa.
Mr. W. Wright—Dtar Sir—I am selling the
Indian Vegetable Pills by the dollars worth, snd
at that rate the stock of Pills, left by yonr tra
velling »gent, will soon be out,
a
all
of
sak in the highest
Waahlngton Cite.
Kr-Yo« will have
na Mon aa ponlbla.
or thru grow of thoMiu VogotoU, PUU.
aalaj hat* for the lut two month», incrcai
spklltyi thou who bar, generally remarking.
i thny era tha but pliii they haaa erer u«cd|"
and my oplnlatt It that thry will ia a
. tkU dqr .
ROBERT FARM AM.
Wuhlngton City, D. C.
polntod Agents for tho sole of Wright's Man
this nlapc, we only took one
twould have been better If we
j B
a
t out a de sen gross os • fair trial they.
Bmmemnin, et Lancaster, mote
miles from here, for ten doxen;
but these will last but a very short time, the way
selling them since they have
In the first place I gave s<
Physicians, to make trial of since which they
have purchased a number of boxes, and highly
approve of them. A few days ago, there was a
lady sent thirty miles to get a box of the Pills,
she at the time vas very low. and unable to turn
heaself in bed; but in two days, my informant
says she was able to help herself.
We could mention many other cases, but derm
it unnecessary at this time; but would merely
sayi that as the season is fast approaching when
them will bo a great demand for Wright 'e Indian
Vegetable Pills; Mid if we only get a supply of
th« medicine we could establish other agçnt*
which would bo of imnnenre advantage not only
to the Norik American College of Healthi but to
the public generally. Please let ns know your
views on the subject, and directions relative to
the same, will be promptly attended to by
Very respectfully, your friends,
8. WINCHESTER fc SON.
Jersey Shore, Lycoming county, Pa,
ENTS for the sale of the above named
INMAN VEGETABLE PILLS —
Wm. P. Smith, Grocer, Wilmington.
EH Chandler, near Smith's Bridge.
Moses Palmer, Brandywine.
Edward Quinn, Stanton.
Thomas Lockwood, Frederica, Kent Courty.
James Hannam, Brandywine Hundicd.
Henry k Bennett, Delaware City.
Red Lioq.
been fairly
as
of
of
we
st.
the
to"
the
198
AG
Marcus E. Capelle,
John Alien, Chriati
Tilghman Scott, Newport.
G. Watkins, Trap.
H. L- Peckhard, St Georges.
Bassett Furguson. Blackbird.
Wm. McCullough, New Castls,
John Miller, Newark.
John B, Lewis, Grocer, Wilmington.
OFFICE AND GENERAL DEPOT, for the
sale of WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE
PILLS. Wholesale and Retail, No. 169 RACE
STREET, Philadelphia may 90— ly
iana.
DX&AWAJUQ BATjm AND
No. 5, West Fourth S,iUZt,
THE subscriber would inform his generous
friende and the public, that he has removed from
No 99, Market street, and opened thv Delaware
Eating and Oyster House, st No 5, West Fourth
Street (formerly occupied by John Menough)
which he has most commodiously and handsomely
OÜ had Ojrs
or ÎÎ7 tho shell ; bocf
cooked in
»•
are
tors stewed, fried, roasted,
steak, coffee, Ac Ac—all of which
the best style, and served up in the shortest
JOHN C PRICE
ipanies can be furnished with a pri
ll suppers prepared ; also private fn
milles and parties supplied with oysters
inay 96, 10 tf
I,.
N B.—Com
veto room.
Krnsonable
DRY GOODS.
T HE subicribers have roceived a large and de
sirable stock of Seasonable Dry Goods, which
they offer st unprecedented low prices. Their
stock consists iu part of the following;—
Super wooded Blue and WooidyAd Black Cloths,
Super Invis. Gfreoo, Ofare^ Brown, and Mixt
Cloths, Super Diagonal. Diamond and Weaved
Beaver Cloths, Super Blue, Black, and Fency Cas
simerer, Fig'd and Plain Black Satin and
mgs, Toilinet, Swsnsdown, Taglioni, Sultana
and other Vealings, Fine and Superfine Satinette,
and Kentucky Jeans, Canadian Kerseys, and Pilot
Cloths,Rose, Whitney, Duffle, Cradle and Msxarin
Blankets, Rich French and English Prints, Merri
mack, Dover and other American Prints, Scotch
Cambric, and Manchester Ginghams, Plai
Fig'd Moualin de Laines, and Saxony Cloths, Su
K rfine Black and Blue Black Bombasines, Gents.
imbs Wool Shirts and Drawers, English, French
and German Merinoes, White, Red and Yellow
Flannels, Ladies Merino, Raw Silk, and Cashmere
Hose, Gents. Woolen, Cotton snd Merino Hose,
Thibet Merino Chenille, Silk snd Broeha Shawls
Cashmere, Chine Blanket and other Shawls, Print
ed Green Floor Cloths, and Druggiu, Ilaudaoiue
Ingrain- Carpeting, Elegant Stair and Entry Car
peting. Super Blk. Blue Black Mantua*
ds Naples, FigM, Striped and Plain, Colored Gro.
de Naples, Black Satins, and Lustrings Black and
Fancy Silk Crarate, Pongee, SpitalficTds and Flag
Silk h'dk'fs. Hemstitched and pja'-o Linen Cambric
h'dk'fs., Jackonet, Cambric, and Madrnsa h'dk'fn.,
Damask Linen and Cotton Table Cloths, Irish Lin
ens and Lawns, Russian Sheetings, Russian Duck,
Tow and Hemp Linnens, Ladies snd Gents. Hos
kin Silk and Buck
Worsted and Silk Mitte, White and colored Canton
Flannels, Apron and Furniture Checks, Bed Tick
ings;
very cheap. Cotton, and -Silk Umbrellas, Silk,
Worsted and Gum Elastic Suspenders, Heavy En
glish Moleskins snd Serges, Fine Long Cloth
Shirtings snd Heavy Sheetings, Blach L*xting and
Black Mantua Ribbons and Galloons, Gilt Lasting,
■nd Silk, Cost and Vest Buttons, Sewing Silks,
Threads, Braides, Tapes and Fringe», together with
ajvariety of Staple and Fsnoy Goods, to numerous
to mention all of which wall be sold Cheap at
OLIVER tc PATTERSON'S,
New Btore, No. 84 Market Street.
the
all
be
Silk
Vesti
a
..
h.
I
Gro.
In
the
the
,
to
be
Gloves, Ladies and Gents.
assortment of Ladies Meri
Cloaks,
of
Oct 20, 1741.
Thermometer*,
F OR Parlour, outdoor or Brewer's use, of va.
rious prioe», and warranted to be correct, foi
EDWARD BftlINGtfURST,
Druggist and Chemist, No. 187, Mar
ket street, Wilmington, Del.—Oct. 15
ftl WETOTS CELEBRATED BalsaM
OF WILD CHERRY, for Coughs, Colds
Consumption, foe. foe., for sale by
B. JOHNSON.
Jan. 31,
sale by
D
no. 179 Market street.
MAT AND CAN ftllrlS
SBÜVTira , üh(9Q(S)lB?»
tail comet of Third and Orange Street.
WltMIKCTONf DËL.
x. soasatow. «a. a so.
R espectfully »•>■. st»»*.q*n,
ehiDte, Ac. that the, m»n<rfc't*re, uf he»«
Pile. White, Yar-gat#d, Ydtow »W

Brown Soaps,
MOULD Alf!» DIPPED CANDLER
AH of good quality and at Philadelphia priées
N. B.—Cash paid for tallow and rough fot.
Wilmington |qno 8, 1841—If
MOLASSES —
ITE hogsheads, tierces, end barrels, Inst ra
New Orleans Molasses in
A&MK CARNAHAN
upper comer market end Iront eta
NOW IPBIKO A No HISSE»
GOODS,
W«. F. O'DANIBL
ffiOSBQKAQQ wta ninnih.
No. 46 Market 8(rest Wilmington. Delaware,
I NFORMS bis friends nnd the public generally
that he has just received a flesh supply of fksh
Spring and Summer Goods, which
made to ordsr at the shortest notice, and
most reasonable term».
A general assortment ofroady made clothing, ol
ways on hand, maj 18 1841.—tf
ionat-le
will be
the
CAKl'KTING.
HANDSOME
tment of Ingrain, Vene
U»n.nd Homo C.rp« wn , op, M d ..d fe
at Ko, 8, Markte terete.
W. JONER
CURE FOR DEAFNESS.
AaCARPA'8 Compound Kreosote Acoustic Oil
for tho curs of Deafness, pain in the ears and
■II tho disagreeable noises and sensations in the
Ear which are
5 symptoms of approaching Deafness,
KPW4RJ) BRINpHURST,
Drug,iit, Ko IST Markte tercet,
tViimloflop, Del,
For m|o by
Dm BT.
CJ ATTINETTS.—Jute opened
yard, bea.j dark, Stetinteu at Iho nry low
price of SIJ ooota por jraril. Aluo one oaoo of.«,
porior ditto, of Cadet aod Oxford miked. T|ur
will be aoM on a «in.ll adraneo bj the piece er card
\m.9. 8Bl ™ f
at No 68, 606
O IL CLOTHS .—Various widths and patterns
just received, sod for sale by
JOHN A
DUNCAN.
50 Market street.
LOOK HEBEI!
Home Manufacture.
A The Subscriber N 0 . 141 Market St., Wil
mingten Delaware, wou'd respectfully suggest
to the public generally, the propriety of calling
at his hat »tore; and examine his largo and »xten.
sive assortment of the latest fkshions »nd other
shaped hats, consisting in qnality ss follow» t Su.
perior Braver*; Brush, Russia, Silk, as well
Plain, Youths Hats.
Oct 18,1841,
Together with »
general assortment of napped hats of every step
shape »nd quality. The subscriber having a tho
rough knowledge of the above business and is
constant participator in all its branches, and havs
ing as good workmen as there is in the U. States;
together with the best materials that car. be ob
tained. He therefore flatters (limnclf with a Ail I ds
termination on his part that nothing shall be w»nt
cd to render satisfaction to a liberal public. Being
ever grateful for the very generous encouragement
that has been heretofore extended towards him.
hoj'es by his exertions to pleasc.to merit a contin
uancc of tha -
Block, for inaniifnclurinjj Hat» of the last Lon
don lu.ninn (winch U tcijt beautiful,) h.,e iuut
been received. ■ .
Cjill and »cp »I thetjft gland {f„. 1,1 Mirket
•t., formerly occupied by M. Mb, ear.
I. CLARK,
„ „ „ „ Practical Hatter.
«. B. Hr w II W.BB.KT hu Hats to be much
bu porior to thorc of PoutlON manufacture, which >
have been brought into our market.
Oct. B0 1841. tf
H AMS, Ilc.— 10,000 lbs bacon, hams, shoul
ders and sides; also 200 kegs No 1 LARD
tor sale by A *. M K CARNAHAN
ma Y 1 _ upper corn er market and front st
Superior Yeast Powders.
T HE advantages of these Powders are, that in
fifteen or twenty minutes after mixing, the
t»»«d i. »DfficjoBlljr light to b»kr, and ;h, )i, .,d
" bitter cake., raised with them, .out he eaten with
trinity by the dytpeptic.
Prepared end eold, -holreale end retail, by
EDWARD BRINGI1URST,
Druggist .nd Chemist, No 137 Merket at.
Not 23,1841. „„ B6 Wilt»in»ton.
O": SWSTERS-AI.ey. o„ i^td, oil aim
oUteri W Ißhou
57 Market 4,
*
Ju
9
J UST received 200 yards heavy rag carnet,
excellent article for dining room*, kitefcmftL
otficcB. Ilc., Price only »7 J cent, per ya r d For
"ï b L 8, BUZBY
Jin as. No W. m arket »,
RTBERU8SION CAPS—SpUt end Pfiin o
-» porior quality, in bone 4,5, and 6 to tlto M
for aalo by J A DUNCAN, no 50 m.rktd.i.ox 31
»''OAL HOD*, fee—Coal Hod», Shorel
— J Rake., Sifter., dee., for .ale by
Nov 8, 4841, J. L. HADDEN, fe Co.,
XXAM*, HAM* I —In store and for sale by
-U. Hlacum & Vane, a splendid lot of Hams of
our own curing and smoking and of nice sises le
suit families. Call at the corner of Second «nd
King, and see them ; also side snd shoulder Bacon
veiy cheap. Hams and Beef, Soaking and Smoked
■ ud
Y|U8T Received, and for sale, a beautiful lot of
'J# Cotton yarn in 5 lb. bundles, of different num.
hers and warranted to be good.
8LACUM & VANE,
F*h9J, Corner of geepnd »nd King st.
P AR A H OLS—A. very handsome assort
JL meut of Parasols, sun shades and umbrellas
opened, and for sale very cheap, by
"1*7. _ W. JONES,
PAINTED LAWNS. ^
I UB ' 1 ' received a handseme lot of Painted Lawns,
99 which are Felling very low - a very good arti.
cle and pretty too,'for 12j cents per yard; e
No. 81. ap, 97, W.
now
apr
«allttl
JONES.

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