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Land for Sale.
THE subscriber offers for sale, a tract of 90 acres of Land on Gray s Hill, 14 miles from Elkton, partly enclosed, and on which are about 3,000 Peach Trees, in tolerable condition. Also 2 tracts . r > miles trorv Elkton, on tho Blue Ball road, near E™ Hill—one ot 72 acres, adjoining Mr Robert Daw son’s farm —12 or lb acres in wood.— This has a good exposure, and would make a handsomo farm, being easily im proved- The other is one fourth o( a mile north ol the first named adjoining Jeremiah Steel’s farm—it contains about 27 acres is tn wood chielly in thriving young chesnut. Also the Upper wharf at Elk Landing, with tho large frame House, and the lot adjoining, being about 2 acres. JOHN PARTRIDGE. May 27, ’4B. tf. mi in ; it AT THE Old Established Yard NEAR THE BRIDGE. The subscriber has just returned from Port Deposit, with considerable additions to his stock of Lumber, and he is now prepared to furnish to his old friends and to alt others who desire to purchase, Lumber ol all descriptions upon the most . accommodating terms. JACOB C. HOWARD. Elkton, May 27,’1-8, Robert Carter a j hi Chancery Trueman Viets and others | May 23 UK- Ordered that the sale made and reported by John C. Groorne Trustee for the sale ol the R tal estate in the above cause mention ed be ratified and continued unless cause to the contrary be shewn on or before the tilth day of July next, provided a copy of this or der oe instiled in Sumo newspaper publish ed in the Slate of Mary land and in each o three successive weeks before the 30lh day o June next. The Report states the amount of salts to be Si2oo. True copy Test LOUIS GASSAWAV. Reg cur can. H i-hug Shore t > Krnl. The subscriber will rent fur one or more years, the shore occupied ior a number of years by Messrs. John B. Varnell and Sand. A. West, known as Mauldin’s Mountain Shore, the houses, sheds and troughs are all in good order. Apply to the subscriber at North East, Cecil county or on the invm.ses. JOHN MAULDIN. May 27, ’lß—Bl *.„*The Baltimore American and Mar lord Madisonian will publish once a wee k for <S weeks and dig. this ollice. CONSTABLE'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of venditioni Ex ponas, issued by George W. Moore, one ol the Justices of the peace of the State ol Maryland - in and lor Cecil county, to me directed: I will expose to sale at Public Auction trom the Court House door in Elkton on TUESDAY the 20th day of Jim# IS4B, at 4 o’clock P. M. for cash, one farm near Fair Hill, ami ad joining lands of David Mackey, Duel. Brookings and others, late the property of James Mackey, seized and taken in execution at the suit of John S. Kennard. THOMAS THACKERY, Const. May 27, 4S—3w. THE GREAT CONVENTION OF Purchasers of Elf until ami CHEAP CLOTHING. AT THICKS EXTREMELY LOWISSTILL IN SESSION AT TIIK Till CAL) KLPIIIA WARDROBE. 105 CHESNUT ST. The session of tins Convention is conducted with unparalleled Harmony 4 and the amount of business done is immense* The Trcsidcnl—T. 11. M’NEiLLE,assisted by numerous Vice Pres idents, presides with great efficiency; and the. 7’reasurer is kept constantly busy with rec*iv in<r money. 'The Delegates to this Convention arc in tils of delight, and have unanimously con sented to nominate P. K. M’Nkillf.! as. Mv\iaiAL TAYLOR. Of the United .States- Ifevery one of the 100, i 000 patrons ol tho Philadelphia Wardrobe. I should vole for him—T. R. M’Neilll, will j prove a most troublesome rival to other Presi- j tlcnlial competitors We are happy to say that at this convention | all sets of Delegates are received and no-party j men's money is accounted just as good as any- ; body’s money. This magnanimity is higlfly ex traordinary. May 27 ’4B. KNOW ALL MEN THAT BENNETT & CO. Have Removed from 102 Market Street, to their New Splendid and Immense Establishment to be know us the Tower Hall Clothing Bazaar. No. 182 Market Street, between Fifth and Sixth, Philadelphia. The Proprietors feel a reluctance in promul gating what in any wav might appear like the usual Bombastic exaggeration ot some in the trade, but will beg leave to quote the following notice from one of our city papers: “One of the greatest curiosities that onr City affords to the stranger, is Bennett & Co’s great clothing store, No. 182 Market street, between Fifth and Sixth, which has been styled “Tower Hall, "from the peculiar finish of tho front. Tho building if an immense one. containing seven capacious rooms, all of wiiicii are stocked with every variety of seasonable garments, arranged in the;most perfect order and regularity. T’ho proprietors take great pleasure in showing their building and contents to the citizens, particular ly strangers, uund to those coining from the coun try—we know ol no place more worthy ofa vis it. may 21 —3 m. CLOCK & WATCH MAKING. The undersigned having commenced tkfta bove business in Klkton two doors east, of John sons //otel solicits a share of the public patron age. Clock watches, jewelry. &c , repaired i.i the best manner. Plain jewelry manufactured and sets inserted, engraving on gold, silver, or copper, Inscriptions upon rings, bracelets, canes &.c. executed in superior style and finish. AI orders promptly attended to and charges inoder ate. W. L. JONES. May 13th ’4B 3w. WHIG CONVENTION. Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware. PERSONS visiting tho city are invited to ex- c amine tho large und splendid assortment Watch- c EShPd Jewelry, now open, and which arc of- f fered at reasonable prices. Gold Patent Levers S3B Clocks and Time Pieces I .Silver do 18 Gold und Silver Pencils l Gold TEpincs, 30 Breast Pins of all kinds t Silver do 12 Ear-rings, Fingerings s With a full assortment of Silver, Plated and Brittannia Ware, wholesale and retail, at c J. & W.L. WARD, \ No. 10G Chesnut Street, ( May 27—3 t Philadelphia. j IK)! nFor THE GREAT ~ WHIG CONVENTION. 1 I.\ PHILADELPHIA. Hoi fur VVatchc-s and Jewelry. As there will be thousands of persons visiting Philadelphia, to participate in the Great Nation al Whig Convention, lo he held on the 7th of June next. Jacou Lapomijs, No 246 Marke Street,|btdo\v Eighth, first store, and Lewis La- DoMfs, No. 413 Market Street above Eleventh, north side, would respectfully invite all persons wishing to purchase any goods in our line to ike following list of prices of Watjhes, ko., of our own importing. Full jewelled Gold Levers 18 carat cases, 35 lo 40 Full Jewelled Gobi I'Ep’mes 27 “ 30 Silver Levers, Full Jewelled 17 “20 Quarter's 8 “ 9 All the above prices are at least 10 per cent, lower than usually soi l for the same quality arti cle, and we defy competition lo produce cheap er goods, all we ask is a call to convince persons of the above facts at • L. L \DOMES, 413 A/irkct St J. LADOMUS.24C Market Si. May 27—31 Philadelphia. I'oiinlr) Merchants. Can Saw from 15 to 23 percent. By purchasing their Oil Cloths direct from the Manufacturers. TOTTER & CARMICHAEL Have opened a Warehouse, No 135 North 7’hird Street ah vc Race, second floor South ot the Eagle Hotel, Tiiii.apeli hia. where they will always keep on hand a complete assortment of Patent Elastic Carriage Oil Cloths. 28, 3G, 40, 48 and 54 inches wide. Figured, Painted, ami plain, on the inside, on Muslin Drilling and Linen. Table Oil Cloths of the most desirable patterns, 36, 40,46 and 51 inches wide. Floor Oil Cloths, from 28 inches to 21 fact wide, well seasoned, and the newest style of patterns, ail of their own manufacture. Transparent Window Shanes, Carpets kc. All goods warranted. y 27—3 m. Piiiladeipliia Wardrobe. CLOTHING EMPORIUM, No. 105 Chesnut Street, between Third and Fourth, North Side, Philadelphia. I To Merchants and others visilin" the City, At this establishment may always he found a full assortment of Gentlemens Clothing, lo suit all tastes and at such reasonable prices ns will astonish all. 1 publish no list of prices, hut will guarantee lo sell as low, if not lower than those who make mere pretentions. My goods are all puseliasod at low prices, and made in as good .stylo ns cull bo found in the city. A call is so lie.ited before purchasing elsewhere, as the Ward robe is free to all. PERRY R. MeNEILLE. No. 105 Chesnut Street, May 27—3ni Philadelphia. N. B.— A large slock of piece goods on hand. Garments made to order nt the shortest notice. PERSONAL DISCHARGE. ~ Kent County Set: ON application of Henry M. Rollison of Kent county, by petition in writing lo rue the j subscriber; William B. Wilmer a Justice ot the | Orphans’Court of Kent country, staling that ; he was in confinement for debts which he was un able to pay,and praying me lo grant to him the benefit of the lusolvenl Laws ot this State, a schedule of his properly estate and effects, and a lot of his creditors .and debtors on oath, as far os he can ascertain them, being annexed to his petition, ami the said Henry M. Rollison having satisfied me by a competent testimony that ho has resided two years next preceding the time o his application, within the stale ot Maryland and 1 having appointed Peter Stokes a 'I rusloo for the benefit of the creditors ot the said Henry M. Rollison. and the said 'Trustee having given Isold \\ ilh security approved by me, for the faith ful performance of his said trust, and the said 'Trustee being in possession of all the properly, estate and effects of the said Insolvent Debtor i (the necessary wearing apparel and bedding of j himselfand family excepted) for the benefit of his creditors, I William B. Wilmei, a justice ot j tho Orphans’ Court Kent of county aforesaid, . do hereby grant a personal discharge lo tire said 1 Henry M. Rollison and 1 do hereby appoint and j fix the first Wednesday in the uext September term of Kent county Court for tho appearance of the said Henry M. Rollison to answer such in terrogatories as may he propounded by any of bis creditors, and do also appoint ami fix the first Wednesday in the next September term ol the said Court for the final hearing of the said application and do also order that the said Hcn i ry M. Rollison. by causing atopy of this notice j am order lo he inserted in one of the newapa ! pers printed on the Eastern Shore of the Stale of ! Maryland, once a week for three successive i months before the said first Wednesday in the I next September term o f said Court, give not ice 1 to In’s creditors to appear before tho said Kent | county Court on the said first Wednesday in the next September term of:aid Court to shew cause if any they have; why tho said Henry M. Rolli son xhoti Id not have the benefit of the Insolvent Laws as prayed. WILL!AM B. WILMER. Kent county, apr. 12,’47 (May 27, ’4B—3m) (1K EA'l r N AT f (IN AI /WO KK. A HISTORY OF THE REVOLUTION .1X1) UVKSOFT//E HEROES OF THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE. BY CHARLES J. PETERSON An elegant volume with IS fine Steel plates, and nearly 200 oea'iliful wood engravings. “This is a splendid hook. A valuable addi lion is tho Historic Literature of our country. Wo arc much mistaken if it does not take rank with the works of Irving and Prescott " Frankford Herald. It surpasses any similar work offered to tho •linerican public.”— Weal's Gazette' “k may he properly considered a popularised Military History of tho Revolution extremely * well and judisciously written.”—.V, American. ( “ The present work on the Revolution and its ( Heroes, is superior, both in extent and design , that has heretofore corno under our notice.”— , I uq. A well connected II islory of that eventful j period,— Ledger. “Decidedly the best popular History of the , War of the Revolution und its Heroes, that has , yet been given to the country.”— Sat. Eve. Tost , tC|r*AGEN 7’S WANTE I) to Canvass for the above elegant Work* in every County and Town , tn the United Stales , to whom the most liberal induce men Is will be offer®' Price only $3. •Address [post paid] WM. J. LE.7RY. No. 158 North SECOA7) St- PHILADELPHIA. May 13th ’4B. 3m. Hosiery. A largo assortment of Gloves k ’ Hosiery for sale cheap by. i May 27,’48. Brown & Mclntire. !By the Orphans Court June term 18*8. 1 Ordered , That the sale made and report- I ed by William Warning Executor of Caleb ' Sharpies* deceased, under authority' confer red on him by said last Will and Testament to sell a part of tire real estate of said testa- 1 lor tie ratified and confirmed unless cause * to the contrary be strewn on or before the t second Tuesday in July next; Provided a \ copy of this order be inserted in some news- t paper published in the Slate ol Maryland. 1 once in each of lh.ee successive weeks be- , lore the second Tuesday ofJnne next. The Report states tho amount of sales to 1 be $326 33cts. 1 Test GEO. U HOWARD Reg A true copy from the Records of the Or phans Court of Cecil County. Test GEO. R. HOWARD Reg. “MILS AND LAN 1) AT” PUBLIC SALE. Will be sold at Public Sale on Tlll'RSl DAY 15th of June at 2 o'clock on tire prem ises—tbe Land and Mills at Gilpin's Hriilffi on hig a rill Kiist Creek, 3 miles front North East village and rail road depot. Tnere is about 150 Acres of Land, of very improvable rjnaiily, a por tion, say 40 Acres woodland, partly enclos ed with new fencing. The I’,in .Hi ,is newly built in the best manner has ; 1 7 fret wheel tlrivinir 2 run of burrs ami has all the machinery to make the best Jlonr. ihe SilW Mill,'* also new. I Tins is an excellent location fur a country Store. Terms liberal—one half may remain on a lone credit. Immediately below the mill, is a fall of <5 feet, which is also for sale. JOHN PARTRIDGE. May 20, ’4B—ls .\otici:- All persons indebted to the Estate ol Amos A. Evans by note, are requested to make immediate payment to tin- subscri ber: those indebted upon open account are desired to pay the amounts due to Mr. Thomas Thackerv, without further delay. ALEXANDER EVANS, May -0, —3t Administrator. C Tho Elktna Teacher* Association wi * hold it* next regular meeting on the third ; Saturday in May, 20th iirst., at the Elklon Academy, at 2 o'clock P. M. By order of the Brest. A. G. Cochran Sect. Public Sale Of Land. Colton Factory, &c. The undesigned bv virtue of the power vested in him by a certain Deed of Trust da ted tire I‘JIU day of November 1847 and ex ecuted by A. W. Adams and George W. Hobson Merchants, copartners under the name and fun. of A. VV, Adam* Sr. Com pany, will niter at Public Sale on the prem ises on MONDAY the Stir day of June next, for tire benefit of the creditor* of the said firm ol A. W. Adams K Co., all the undi vided right, title, interest arnl estate of the said A. W. Adams arnl George W. Hobson, (being 1 about jth) in and to a certain Tract or parcel otLand situated, lying and being on Big Elk Creek, in Cecil county. Mary land. about 4 mile* from Elklon, and con taining about I.T.T Acres of Land, and in and to certain Cotton and Saw Mills, thereon known as Homestead Mills with the machinery to said Cotton Mills belonging, consisting of 1 picker, 1 spread er, 4 cards, one drawing frame, 1 speeder, 2 throstles, 2 mules, 20 looms, ice, fee. Tire fall of water at these works Is about 13 leet. and the stream a never failing one. The other building* consist of several small Dwelling House*. This property will be sold subject to the payment of a mortgage for s2ooo with the interest that may bo due thereon, and also subject to tiro debts ol the lute linn of J. D. Ers ler & Co. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock P 1 M. JAMES WHITAKER, Tiustee. oMay 13, IS—ts Daily North American insert twice a week until Jay of sale and forward bill to this office. DENTAL SURG BUY. WILLIAM L. JONES. j.. T Surgeon Dentist from Baltimore having removed to Eikton, utter* his professional services to the citizen* of Cecil and the adjacent counties’ Office two doors east of Johnson s Hotel, lately occupied ss the olticu of tho Cecil County Advocate. Teeth extracted, filed, plugged, or inserted upon the latest and most improved priacipl very moderate rales. Special attention will he paid to children when Iris professional service* are required. Advice gratis. Ladies wyi be waited ea at their residences if desired. Very superior dontrifices of his own manu facture always on hand. May 13 th '4B lim. Fancy Millinery. Mrs- Rouldcn respectfully announces to the Lillies ofKlkton and Cecil County, that she lias just returned from Philapelplna, ami is now o penmg in Ricketts 1 Row, three doors from tho corner and opposite the Hotel of Mr. Taylor, a supply of new and fashionable Spring Millinery, consisting of Rraid, Pearl, Colncy and Noapok— tan Rounds, and all other articles usually kept in a millinery establishment, which she is otter ing at very moderate prices. Fancy Bonnets, of every style and pattern made to order at tho shortest notice Having engaged a young lady from the City, skilled in that department, she tl liters herself that she will be able to give entire satisfaction to all who may favor her with their custom- The patronage of the ladies of Cecil is respectfully solicited. May 13th *4B. CHEAP PUBLICATIONS—A lot of cheap publications, consisting of popular novels, voyages and travels, the drama kc., just re ceived and for salo by li. l\ IIE A Til, Fort ! Deposit. | PMIm. E. M. Ececli, calls the attention of Ladies to her largo and splendid assort ment of ISON NITS, just re- 11 ceivcd from the city: among ll which, are Vandykes, Geneva, I* Jenny lands, China Pearl, soft straw, and a variety of others, h .lino, the must stand id assortment of RIBBONS 1 ever brought to Elklon; togethei with inside and outside flowers. Ladies Dress Ca|s. French * worked collars, and a variety of other article* * kept by Milliners; all of which, she otters at city 0 prkes. h Romiils repaired in the neatest style, Dress making as usual. Miss Leech returns thanks for the liberal pat- 1 * ronage bestowed upon her and hopes by title j lion to business lo merit the same. > Apr 20 ’4B 1 IttTiioval. ; JM E3 J . DAVID DENTIST. Would respectfully inform his friends and t tlio citizens of Cecil Co. and vicinity that he i inis removed to W ilniingtoii Del- where he will bo pleased to sec all who may require his pro fessional services. Ortico No IjS Market, hi. | 1 between Clh "lh sts* May 13lh ’4B. N. C. & F. T. R- R. Line. The Steamboat Con- JHIa stilulion. Capt. Pearce, or Ike Washington, (,'apl. Tnppo will, de part from Frenchlown fur Raltimure, at from 20 , minutes before 6 o’clock to lo minutes p i c t every evening during the running season. The ears will leave Frenchlown Ihr New Castle ami Philadelphia every evening at from <p a ler to half past ( o’clock. Passengers to secure pas sage should reach this place at the earliest tune staled above. Wm. S. RARR,*igl. Frenchlown, Aprilßth ’4B—if. Dissolution of Copartnership. Notice is hereby given that tire Copartner sliip existing under the name of Osborne k i Ruinsey at Frederick town Cecil County Sid was dissolved by mutual consent on the I2tli day of April 1818. Tbe book* and papers are in the bands of Edward L Osborne, who i- authorized to settle lire business of the Lite linn, and on whom persons indebted will please call to soldi! their accounts. EDWARD. L. OSBORNE. JACOB .1/. UL'MSKV. N. B. The business in conducted at lire j old stand by Edward L. Usborre. Phil. Wil. and Balt. Rail Road Line. The Morning Tram of Cara from Phialcl phib fur Baltimore, arrive at Klkton quarter be fore 11 o’clock. A. M. Morning train from Baltimore for Phila. at quarter be torn 12 o’clock. Night line from Philadelphia reaches Elklon at half past 12 o’clock at night Night train from Baltimore arrives here quar ter bclbro i 1 o'clock, I*. M. BENJAMIN WELLS, Agt. Elklon, .April Sib ’IS. THE NEW STORE. DENNY PEARCE, are opening a stock of new and elegant Dry Goods, in their new store morn just fitted up, two doors from Dr. Wal lace’s Drug Store, where they w ill bo happy lo see their friends and the public. They have also an excellent lot oi Groceries. All then goods arc of good qualities, and at cheap prices. JAMES DENNY. BENJAMIN C. PEARCE. Eikton, April Ist ’4 Sprint; Fashin f Hats, AT THE GREAT CENTRAL CHEAP HAT AND CAP STOKE No. 2S 1 Market St, South side, above Eighth St PHILADELPHIA. The subscriber takes tins method to return Ins thanks to the people of the county of Cecil for the very liberal share ol patronage which they have extended towards him for the last few ; months, and would call their attention lo the j fact that he has now introduced his Spaing | Fashion* of Gkntlemkn’s 1 lata, which for beau ty, neatness and durability, cannot be excelled by any other establishment in this city. Thin liock comprises the Beaver, Nutria, Brush, Ros tra. Silk and Mole Skin //als of all styles and qualities, together with a very large assortment of Cloth, Velvet, Plush, Fur and Glazed Caps. Country Merchants and others ura respectfully invited to examine the stock, which they will find it to their advantage to do, before purchas ing, as it is his determination, having adopted tho system of selling tor Cash only, lo sell at the lowest prices. JOHN FAREIKA, Jn. 284 Market St.,south side, about Eighth. March Ibtli’ 48 Spring and Summer Fashions. MA C. COLE, thankful XjL •for the very liberal patronage extended to him iiilbnns his customers and the Public, that bo has received the latest Fash ions and is prepared lo make Coats of every des cription,and all ol her kinds ol men’s garments, in first rate fashionable style. Shop two doorswestof the Post office, Elklon, MORE NEWS. Tho largest, Tin; Most FASH- C I IONA RLE, and the bust issort- I ment of men's, woman’s, and cbil drens boots and shoes, in Cecil county, is to bo found at the sub scribers BOOT k SHOE STORE, in Eikton. Sign of the Big Boot opposite tho Court House. Tho subscriber would respectfully inform his friends, and the public generally, that lie has purchased of his brother, ( Enoch Crouch) his entire stock -if Ladies’, Misses’, and children’s bouts and shoes, and has commenced manufac turing Ladies’ Shoes of every description. Ho is now prepared to accommodate all who may favor him with a call, with men’s women’s and childrens boots and shoes of the best sort at very low prices. 11106’. C. CROUCH. Eikton, Fob. 26th ’4B. N. B. Country produce taken in exchange for hoots and shoos. Wanted 10 bout and shoe makers. George M- Palmer, (Successor to Wm. H. Hcald,) 1 Importer akd Dealer in Foreign and Domestic 1 SEGARS, SNUFFS NU TOBACCO, No. 21 Marsh Market Space, Baltimore, Mil. N. B.—Sole manufacturer of Hoald's unrival led Rappee, Scotch, Moccobony and Congress . 1 Svtrv*. J By the Orphans’ O ( April "lh I 64S Upon Application of John W. Pas*m urcf J\ <l ininislrator of Nicholas House, n talmg Llut some uncertainly exist* as to the i 0 * presentalives of said deceased. Upon which it is ordered, that the said admit, i istrator advertise in the Cecil Whig and Cecil Democrat once a week until the 2d Tnud&y o- April I 8 10, for the legal re presen talive of Ih, said deceased lo appear he fore the Opining Court of Cecil county, on the said 2nd Tueadm of April IH m. and prove their claims to the hidue of said estate. Test. CKO. II HOWARD, lie; A true ropy from the Records of the Orphan? Court of Cecil county. 'Pest. CEO. R. HOWARD, Reg In conformity with Lite above order I herein notify those entitled to the ha lance of the estats of Nicholas House, deceased, upon account tiled and passed April nth ISIS, to appear before tint Orphans’ Court of (Veil county, at Elkton, or the second Tuesday of April IS lit, to prove iheii claims to I lie residue of said estate at which tunc and place a final distribution of the same will he made JOHN \V. PASSMORK, Adm Tor. of Nicholas House, dec’d. MimilidyS s./y sjjpji rjj. i. j], For the permanent Hurt of nil Disease* arising from an impure condition nf Ihr Blood, PURIFY THE BLOOD. The individual who is unfortunately the vs. 11 in of hereditary disease—covered perhaps with scrofulous ulcers of the most loathsome character —afflicted with glandular swelling* vonracled limbs—the severe and painful effects, 0 Ichronic Rheumatism white swellings, dis eased bones, cutaneous affections, or any of lha complaints aiismg from unhealthy blood, should at once resort lo the great restorer of health— the king of medicines, —SHEPHERDS SARS APA KILL A Hundreds who have been afllie ted for years with a derangement of the organs ofcirculation and scefelion, have been renova ted, —cured restored to life, as it were, and are now living evidenced in favor of this wonder ful and inestimably valuable preparation* Score of certificate! are at hand, to prove to the bleicvcing its powerful elTieaey* CONSUMPTION Cl RED* By the vsc of Shepherd's S irsapnrilhi I '1 ho following is from a gentleman of re- 1 spec!able standing in Baltimore who was etfec-1 tually cured of that dreadful disease Consump tion, by a few buttles of Shepherd’s Saraaparil la. ' Baltimoro, -iug* 29th, 1841* This is to certify that I was last sinking un dea symptoms of Consumption rtf the Lungs, un I l\l 1 was recommended lo try Shepherd’s San* aparilla, which fortunately I did and nm mulc tin'strongest convict’on that it saved my life I lam now rapidly recovering mid hope in a ■ short time to he restored lo perfect health; un der no consideration would I ho without the medicine* DAVID UICKF/PPS. No. St). Hill street* BRONCHITIS CURED i How many arc there sulfcring from Bron | chilis, or consumption in the throat, and com tinning to sutler Iroin year lo year while a remedy of the highest character is at hand, Shepherd’s Sarsaparilla will atford a I most instantaneous relief, ami ultimately n per maiieiit euro in all cases of this krnd. Th following is one of a tnonsand cases of this dis ease alone, cured by the use of Shepherd's Sara aparilla. Baltimore, Aug* 30th, 1847. I hereby certify that I was emfmed to inybed for several moiiilis, vvilh Chrynic Bronchitis' and could get no relief until I tried, at the recco in nieudalion of my physician, Shepherd’* Sarsa parilla. Three bottles of which have cored me so completely that 1 now enjoy us good health n*at any previous time. I was also afflicted with a loathsome and disagreeable eruption, cov cring the whole body, and which also yielded to the same remedy. MARGARET TAYLOR, No. 47 William St> Remarkable cure of a Scrofulous condition o the syslcm'resulling in White Swelling. Baltiiiioru. Aug* 30, 1847* I was afflicted for seven years, with a di.-eas known as trfcife sire Ming, and which resulted u tiinatelv in necrosis or dead hone, and of whic everal pieces were extracted. I had the advice of some of the ablest physicians of onr city, hu hll were unable to render me any service, uali finally my last physician fortunately rcccom mended the us.i of SHEPHERD'S MARS APA KILL A. 1 procured three bottles. From the time I fust commenced taking the medicine, twhic.h was in .March last, there was a perccpta hie improvement in the appearance of the dis ease, and in one month more the sore was eii : tirely healed. No symptons of it whatever ar j now left: The elfect that this medicine had o ! my system, by puryfying Inc blood, and there by curing the disease, is truly astonishing, give this frwely, and cheerfully to the public that they may he similarly benefit led when af flictid in like manner. MARY PIERCE No* -bo Light street* A CARlir The subscribers having reduced their STOCK OF OLD GOODS very low, now present to the public almost an entire new stock of desira ble Spring arid Si mmer, Fancy Dress Goods, and Trimmings, at very reduced pr ces. Please call and oamiiie. BENJAMIN F. MAY. Mrs. May.—Has also received her SPRING and SUMMER fashions, and oilers to Ihe La dies, Bonnets of many descriptions, Ribbons and Trimmings, at unusually low prices. April Sth ’4B 4'** Cheap Hat and Cap Depot. R. P. Davis, Baltimore Street, nine poors East of the Bridge BALTIMORE Md. For the very liberal patronage extended lo him by his friends and the public he feels pro foundly gra.eful and pledges himself to merit a continuance of their favors. He has on hand, of his own manufacture, Hals and Caps of almost every kind, which for beauty durability and cheapness, are not surpassed if equalled. Straw Hats perhaps the greatest variety in the city, embracing every kind, from 121-2 to your interests and give him a call. April 29, ’4B—lm MRS sTSIO RRI NO N.in- A, lends opening an assortment of MILLINERY on Monday j/sa the 24th, at the Pivot Bridge, to w^' ih® ip pi lion of her friends and the J to Lj public generally. Bonnets of /n ly ail kinds altered and repaired. •fpril 22 ’4B. ciTeapest in thFworld* Slcmu Refined Sugar Candies. 124 Cents per pounds Wholesale, J.l. RICHARDSON, No. 42 Market street, • Phil* del nil a, lakes pleasure in inform ing the public, that he still continues to sell his very Superior Steam Refined Candy at the low once of $12,60 per 100 pounds, and the quality is equal to any manufactured in the United Slates. He also oilers all kinds of goods in the C'on feciionery and Fruit lino at corresponding low prices, as quick sales and small profits are the order of the day. Call and send yo rJers, and you cannot fail to be satisfied. Don’t forget the number, 42 Market Street, Philadelphia. J. J. RICHARDSON. Feb. 26th ’4B—3m a rages. Handsome Satan Striped Barege Just opened und for sale by. May 2*l, MB. 15row.n k M’lntire. StIKniKRD'H yHUMIt'tjOE " If Vrm OeHtroyer, Head the follow iug evidence of’ Sh°fh**<V' Sanuiparilla* HalHmore, Ftb. U, *47. Mr. J. C. Shf.phkhd, Dear .Srn:—l • .Bened to except my uu feign' od thanks, tor the specimen of’ Vermifuge, whirls you have done me the fivor to send. | hivw used It in seventeen ciscs, and in not a singlo mala nee has it failed to produce the desired ef fect—on the contrary, its operation* have Ikmh attended with the most, ilalierin? suc-ess. But it needed not a trial to satisfy me of its e Hjcaiy in dealroping worms, for when I was informed by the proprietors, of its component parts 1 felt assured that lo use it would not ho eii.pyric.aiii, nor would it in the least, aid or encourage that direful foe oft ho human family—quackery. The ingredients have truly been selected with carenud'lo disagreabiu necessity of following up the Vermif igo by active cathartics has been avoided by the judicious admixture ol such rein* cdiesi as are lct calculated to promote the ac tion of the bowels. By promulgating a knowl edge of Its virtues throughout the world I havo not the least doubt, out that mother* will regard the distribution of so valuable a medicine as tho henfictor of their offspring, With sentiments of friendship; 1 am vours truly. W l* Hai.tzki.l., A. M. M • I)- P3**Dr - W* ll* Bullzcli is a member of who ofllie most respectable families in the slate— was a pupil ofllie renowned Surgeon fntbkeor N. /• Smith, graduated with the highest honor at the University of Maryland, and at this tiw enjoys a practice second lo none in extent in hi iy of the mime age* of Congress, Clergymen, Law yers, Senators, Judges, Foreign Consuls, a:id iu fact, all classes of the community, have given in thetr testimonials in favor ofllie superior sipon a coons qualities of Radway a Chinese Medicated Soap! In fact, the superior qualities of this de licious Soap are so much in advance of all others that every individual who tries it once, becomes astonished at its effect upon the Cuticle, and arn so highly pleased with its extremely bland, soothing and purifying effects in curing all ex crescences of the Cuticle, exterminating Pim ples, Blol.ehi s, Pustules. Tetter, at the stine lime imparling to tile complexion a healthy roseate hue, and pure, sweet and clean skin, tint testi monial.*, unasked for, arc presented to as every day. For Shaving, this snip is superior to creams and other soaps, it produces a rich and cop ion* lather, softens the head, and renders the skin smooth and pliable.—Foi Cleaning Teeth, Kad way’s Soao may truly be Slid lo possess wonder furmerit—it makes the teeth while and, beau* fill, renders the breath sweet, aud keeps lUo unis free from scurf. For the Toilet, it is supe ior to all imported soaps, being entirely fron rom poisonous advixturus, it will uol iirilolo or ntlamo the skin TESTO MONI A US. From the Reverend J. N. Maffitt. Messrs J. R, G. Rid way—(let.ls: I tike great pleasure in recommending to the public ns worthy of notice, your delicious Chines) Med icated Soap. As a Toilet and Shaving Soap it is the best 1 have used; for ('happed Flesh nud Tender Skin, I consider it a great doeideiatilm. R-specifully yours, J. N. Maffitt. (Tents: Will you have the goodness to send, by express, thirty dozen of your Chinese .Medi cated Snap, it sell* Iwyond anything ofllie kiud i have ever known—ii really does possess tlm merit which you represent, the ladies of Roches ter will not bo without it. Truly yours, H. Scravtom. Mr. Levi Cooly of Plattsburgh, New-Turk, says; “A young man of this place has suffered very severely from Salt Rheum, so much so, that he could not sleep at night, ho hoard *f Radwasy’s Soap, washed himself from head to foot, ued six cakes, and is now enjoying good health Mo also pronounces it the host .Shav ing S oap ho has ever used. LnviCoult, Plattsburgh. Railway’s Soap is sold genuine. * J. & R. G. Kaoway, 2 Courtlandt St., N. T AGENTS.—Dr. J. Wallace, H. H. Mitchell Elk ton; R. B. Thomas, North East; Black Brother, Charlestown; Andrew Kidd, Port Do posit; J. S. Evoridl, Kuwlaiidsvillo; H. S. SlilM Printipio. PR OPEKTY FOK SALE The uiiJersianeil as ayent for (lie Rev. Eil ward Kemianl offers for sal. ! } d the Houses ami I.ot on Mai* Slrei t. adjoining Mrs, Martha *®=®”®*Torberl‘s properly, ami a siuaJl Farm at Cherry Hill containing ab.iut 32 Acres with a dwelling House. Ram and other ont houses theieon. I’ersons desirous of purchasing are invit ed lo examine the property for themsolvoa and for terms lo apply in JOHN C. GROOME. Elkton. Jan 15tii MS j%'OTSC£, Tim mibscriher liuving been appointed Con Hta . hie (i.r the Third Election District oft Veil rouo. ly, begs leave to inforni his triends and the pub* lie generally, that lie is now prepared to attend to all business that may be entrusted to bis care, with promptness. TIIO.MAS THACKERY. N. 11. I’ersons wishing to place accounts m my bands, can leave them with John A. Rankin or David Alexander, Esqs. Deer 11, Ml—Bin T. T. notice: The Orphans’ Court of Cecil cottnljr hold their staled meetings on the 2nd Tuesdays of February, April, June Ao gust, October and December. GEORGE 11. HOWARD R April lihli ISIS SOAP AND CANDI.EB. 50 Roxes Itrown Soap 15 11 Yellow li 50 “ Dipped Candles 40 41 Mould ,lo For Salo at Manufacturer’s prices. Country storm would do well to cull. T OME k RinkßaHV. Tort Deposit, Dec. IS, ’47 Shingles, Platerer’s Lathg & Plckrts.' 260.000 Ist quality while ome ISin. (Shingles* 100.000 2nd do do do 160.000 Mastering Baths, 15,000 4 1-2 ft. Tales lor fence. Banding, and for sale low for Cash, or any kmJ o ** M< ry produce taken in exchange, by ______ To MR fit Ki.VRIIART. Sunefin? &c7it " The subscriber living in Elkton, wjjj •ttend.% Surveying and Conveyancing I’orsons living at a distance may secure his attention by direct ing *wo him at Elkton. FRANCIS B. GOTTIF.R Sunday School Library faooks.—A"sp!rudul assortment ot Miscellaneous, Juvenile, and Suiuiay school Bibrary Books. For Hale at city prices, at the Fort Deposit Book Depot, hy m *y ,Jl b. f. Ukath White Bmen Drilling. Just opened a iot cC white linen drilling superior quality. May 27. ’45. BnoWK & M’intirc. Striped Muslins. Just received a iot of very chesp Maid* Slrided Muslins. •May 27, ’4B. Drown & M'lntire. •on’s Columbian Ink,far m!s b? ,dr * B*o w & Mclmui