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a EAÜeâlrç M.. BïafltfoYa.----Yïhitea and YublisM V$ YL ï or ter &Son, No. 91, àlaYket-Street, Wilmington. JVfc. »». FRIDAY, July®, 1827. W. /. to " and CONDITION'S. me DELAWARE JOURNAL will he pith ed on Tuesdays und Fridays , at Jour dollars annum; two dollars every six months in ad ICC. Ivcrtise 'tents inserted on the usual terms — : Out. dollar for four insertions of sixteen , and so in proportion for every number of iiional lines and insertions. me -Mr. Arthur Milby. -Mil. Isaiah Lung. )r. Edward Dingle. Town —Mr. Joshua S. Layton. -II. F. Rodney, I*. id. Mr. Joseph U. Oliver. 'bornas VVaiuwrigin, F. )vi, r.— ohn Robertson, Esq. , uNA—Samuel if. Hudson. Esq. in twki.ls Bridge. —Manlove Hayes, P M. iodi.ktows.—T homas Harvy, P. M. Bridge. —John Clement, P. AI. , M l.—John Moreton, P. M. -.ribers living in the vicinity of the residence ■sc Agents, may pay their subscription money they being authorized to receive it, and to . 11.TON.— llANKFOKll,- AGsaOROCGH GOUGE EWES— ILFORD.— M iu, tut .rllVICK DSC hem, a receipts. llhcr Agents will be appointed as soon as ar maments can be made. ALBRIGHT'S Columbian Syrup. x f,>r tlie simrl t ime it has been before the elf superior to Panaceas, and other e, as to jçive confidence to the y alone will support iis diatin * in >st useful spring 1 and autumn It is so perfectly innocent, -ed he apprehended from i r , when ap . It may be given, without ost tender infant, or feeble adult. ;-I eventually , (or ulce R il, or Sctoful t, UiK-um:i*ic I!IS Med c e, bus proved • s 'di a <le *;re *nat its ellieucv n t» in cits ered. ■er yet d u evil effect u^.eeably to the direct .nprehension, to the m h «COLUMBIAN SYRUP wdl relieve die rolluv/ii» ' dih -M'Cr t—Necrosis, Cur: ns of the bones,) Ring a »»I the head, and sy-tern generally ; Syphilis, Me» .riginating in the improper use mouth and throat ; White Swel • o. IS and invetcra e Ulcers ; dmchu, ge» from , * ,ç til _ st n . I ; ver c ,, mo fo|nv Jn un ; diseases of he Skm , Liver complain^. Jaun c7eraidép.î'ra..ve , '2-ûclc. or purifier of the blood, a* nie possesses .main .hie power». U improves the -l,Te an has ,1e remarkable qnah.y of depriving the ' ; eltow hfa.ti..«, Which ,s so common in bm J ' "Besides the disease* above enumerated, * 1 1 4 V,.. .ht,* «ffl.rtircr dis ;;;°xr;ÄÄr iich cü^J to* t ic uice.a.i.n wie » a l y*dîsc'.veied med,ci,2 is recommended : public, justice require, tba. some >e»th»>..y »uperur Äe, .. . .. - ni ; IlC nt ulwsicians ' • 1 > * •ve »I, and a.l complaints i curv ; Ulcers of the : , cancer i ul A e<i const 1 1 u' ici»i txcruc, mos i a pr trap has now been ti Proprietor and by sev tie ueclaration, that in a variety of diseases it is several wliere ir.»: ' .. .t In several cases wliere if preeminent . ,f panutcas and Syrups had been used wit!» effect, •toes. < quantities '-ducmjr he Columbian Syt up, m a very riect cores. « oi cures performed by the Co , mdi ample proofs of it.* superior efficacy • i puiar remedy, even Sivuim's Panacea, .1 of home of our Professors and Physi mc at ci ne of inestimable !■ meu \ z c-* tificat. inn .S';/ - up, : Cii fi \ brought up, w as certificate was received by the proprietor of Syrup,from the subscriber. It was* the first Veil of II« »ujierior efficacy over the Panacea, CEKT1F1CATE. \Iv sun George Hmltle, abuul 13 years of age, was scri V iHi'cn with a cancerous ulcer of the throat ah .ut f. f veal--, which destroyed the tonsils and uvula, and so "ted the faucet and palate, (roof of Ihe mouth,) that it ■ lie die holies, and made ns way into the nose. It . • ,u„ increased to such a degree, that it caused a free , umm ca inn between ihe nose and mouth, so that when nv imrnl was administered, as coffee, lea, ike. it would a nouediaielv return by the nostrils. VS to several eminent physicians, but all their cf urts to check Uie disease were in vain. Having Heard of „> Panacea 1 procured some; but after using three iules of it and finding my son not benefited by the same, 'iu.nn.mn cîi it ! omv heiran to be very much alarmed concerning his sit. , ■ mere anneared no ray of hope left. His eyes were as me time highly inflamed and irritated, and he eventu .„I™ sight of his loft eye Tins I impute toad erirur mercury improperly. Areaneetable citizen of Philadelphia recommended tpe OÏI.C n P .e .,!• ihe „ewlv discovered und valuable medicine, ■il e.lJ AlVi 'ht's Columbian Sump. By the advice of a > ,, , I » avr.m was I,rescribed; the use of two bottles i* c nmietely eradicated the disease, and performed iii.Ii completely eiaoicumu JQuN mNK .l,B, pu tec cure. shi M „ lltgumery cl y. Penn. B 10 1H26 b Plu.atleiphtu, June 0, iu G .lumlv . mut it „ad £ atio» : The following certificate furnishes a second proof of tlie efficacy of Hie Uoliimbiau Syrup over the Fanacea. CERTIFICATE. I, Mary Peterson, of Wilmington, Delaware, aged 44 Jfius, was taken with a scrofulous disease about July, 1823, which commenced with a severe pain in the side I and bout the lauer end of September and beginning of Octo ber l was again attacked, but with a violent pain in my u;.erior al. In the spring of 1824, a lump made its appearance on tlie rft side uf my neck : during that time, and the ensuing „turner, l was reiving on medical aid. T he lump in the wck shortly disappeared, but in the fall of the same v.ar it ulcerated in the left shoulder, and continued with luces ant pain, followed by an enlargement of the bream on the side of the body ; shortly after, two lumps appeared «âme on the left side of the neck. Two respectable surgeons of Delaware performed an op eration in August, and one in October, but to no effect. My situation became very alarming The pain and torments I endured day and night were indescribable. I had to take large quantities of laudanum to afford me momentary re lief. The affected side of my head 'was drawn down by disease, and rested upon my shoulder. I he ulcer« •rcreased ; my left arm was swelled twice the thickness /if *ta natural t*iate, and the »welling exteuded down to the ... .w.»gi.j.,.,n'.t.iuan,m «...nu. to several eminent physician'^ but tiiêy prems'i'io Impë oî' are relief. I commenced ihe use ofSwaim's Panacea, and con [tlie " ... I | ends of my fingers ; I could not even bend my finger joints, and for eighteen months I could not move my left arm» but with the assistance of the right In September, 1825, I came to Philadelphia» and applied timied it until l had consumed nearly four bottles, witliout fh e producing any effect. day AfoÄ'^lw^^nd Ä Tain ! time, the swelling in iny arm was reduced so as to enable J six weeks 1 wan restored to per- : to MARY PETERSON. i me to use it freely, and feet health. ees Philadelphia, June 10,18 6. JVote —The foregoing case is well knnvn to several of our respectable physicians; and one, paiticulurly, candid y **'* expressed his opinion to Mrs Pereison, that lier disease ! had extended itself beyond the teach of medicine We call j that gentleman's attention particularly to her certificate \ The following communication was received by the pm pnetof of the Columbian Syiup, from Gen. Thomas b.»y* der, residing 1 m the Northern Liberties».PhiladelphiaUo. COMMUNICATION. Mr. Albright, Slit—1 was afflicted with a rheuma'ic affection of the head lor nearly two years, during which time I had tried al most every remedy; but the disease being very obstinate, baffled all medical aid. I was in constant pain and misery during the time I was afflicei • A respectable physician recommended the benefit of sea bathing ; accordingly, m Julv, 1825,1 took a journey to the sea shore to bathe, which in a few days increased the mala dy to such a degree, as to cause an obstruction in my nos trils, and prevent a free inhaling and exhaling of my breath. The regular course of breathing being thus obstructed, the tippc jaw and cheek hone became veiy sore, and my face appeared to be in a high state of inflammation; my situation became very alarming ; my spirits were depress* ed. and my appetite faded. I heard of your Columbian Syrup. T procured some of it; in a very short time it allayed the inflammation, I was ena bled to breathe freely, my appetite returned, and I was re stored to perfect health. Philad. June 23,1U20. the ed si at THOMAS SNYUEIl, No 375, North Third si. Philadelphia, 15 h March, 1827 Mr. J. Albright, SIR—My youngest child, a pirl of about two years of age, hud, from lier birth, been sickly. In the latter end of January last she was taken with on inflammation in the head and mouth, together with a soreness of the gums and decay of the tcetdi ; a scurf had also formed on the tnnjjue and root of the mouth; in a few days a very offensive dis en urge of matter from the right ear took, place; by this time the child suffered the most excruciating agonies, cry ... , - , . . . .. . ... T f '«> c, '! ld , w , a * ,n «"» sn.iat.on, I w,m told of me Won leiful cures penormci by your Columbian } botl|C| und am huppv t0 slate , that ..t usr given (lie child the Spup abnnt seven days .1 slepi u night, the mfla.nma..on ot me head and month «*- » '>>« . V'-e »ccr disappeared, the gums were healed, and the offensive smell accompany mg tlie discharge from llle c " r i b Y ' l,,ä " me ll b u roke 01,1 ,n '° ar0 "» tl the ear, but healed m a very short time after. .**** •»* ^ ^> t >« <?f «■* <»f syrup, the discharge trorn the ear cr.adually a'oppetl ;«» d - asm,,, »hing a. it nay appear, the child ,» now pertect '„^ece.verl those extraordinary benefits f >'-> ^.^valuable n^'nc, my w.felu, cmmenced «wing it m chronic rheuu.ausm, and one ot my sons ten * scu i d head and sore gums, and from the effects your syrup has already produced, l have eveiy reason to tin k that 1 shall shortly be enabled toe mimumcaie to you the pleaMng intelligence of perfect cures. ANTHONY MUSiCK, ing clay and night is Co Kunckie street, Nor;hern Liberties Mr. Albright, $[Jl _My son, Stephen, aged 13 years, wa* taken with a severe pain in the insiep of his right foot in »Sep 1 ember, HJJ3. in October following it swelled very much. A phy •dered bread and milk poultices to be applied, Soon after the cap of the y vf u„ ur s J e , is( ,- p c „ ps ,(j era bly puuliir.cs were again appli ed, wfiicfi rccluccd the swelling; A large lump made ns appearance cm ihe shin i in a very rliort time hi» leg swell. ed to double its ordinary size, was very much „Aimed and had a purple appearance J he hoy Buffered the most in. descnable pains, and from the loss ot his appetite and warn of sleep, he became so debilitated and helpless, that lie had to be fed like an infant. At length .he swelling opened, and produced a copious discharge ot matter, accompanied with a very offensive smell The physician lanced the leg at different times, in various places, and attended him for up wards of three months, and got him so far as <n be enable., to move about on crutches til a very short time the pains almost entirely left him. he could walk very well without the use of crutches, the swelling continued, and the leg broke out into ulcers. • In the summer of 1826, his shm bone became »fleeted, accompanied with a very offensive smell ; small splinters of bones would occasionally workout; his leg, from the cap of the knee to his ankle, was one ulcerated mass of corruption, and the bone was in a state of rottenness. Pliy scians who saw the case while in this situation, gave it as their opinion that he could only be cured bv laying the leg open to the bone, and taking off the affected parts, which would be a painful, aa well as a very dangerous ope ation In November last, I heard of your Columbian Syrup. I got a bottle,and after my son used ii about five days, u cl.ang ed the matter to a healthy appearaftée, and took away the offensive smell; by the time he was on the use of the third buttle, large pieces of the affected bone came off, some of which were several inches in length, and about the thick ness of a dollar ; after which the leg began to heat tip, and by the time he had used the eighth hot tie, he was complete ly cur ed. STEPHEN SJVARE, Philad. March 20,182?. The above case of Necrosis, Caries, for affection of the bones,) is considered bv several physicians as a very remark able cure. Some of' the carious bones are in the possession of the proprietor of the Columbian Syrup, and may be at any time. ... . . Other certificates may be seen at the store of the Agent, rfor" Each bottle of the genuine medicine basa label, re presenting tho Eagle and Hydra, with my signature. JACOB AX.BRXGHT JY«. 103 Arch-Street, Philadelphia. Sold in Wilmington, by E. if. VAUGHAN, Druggist. Sixth-tt. Buttoniaoody net seen ? No. 44, Market-street. TWENTY JOURNEYMEN SHOEMAKERS, Will fnd constant employment, at Nos 98,4- 100 Market-street, Wilmington. May 17 , V. MNEAL 4- SOX 8—tf THE Federal Republicans of Sussex County, are reminded, that, pursuant to the constitution of c „ [tlie Federal party of said county, they will meet in ' .ly _ the Tuesday following, f n i \ I Kent counties, at Dover,'on the first Tuesday 01 ; | August next, to select a suitable person to be sup- ! t< a representative to congress, at the en- t . ' Federal Meeting. fh e j r rfcsuuctive *huadretls, on Saturday, the 14th day of July next, being the second Saturday in said »><>»">' ** ÏW» <* W*»*« t0 J at George i own, on : to make out a c i c a to meet the conferees from in ees **'* ? V***i ! Parted j !»uing general election. \ Sussex, June 21, 1827. I i — j » 1 1 i j I I ns (JÎLÎULEÛ (ï 'PENNY CW21X&XG&. No. 17, West Front street, between Sjutley ce Orange, Keeps on hand a general assortment of LEATHER. Finished in the best manner suitable for SHOE, COACH AND HARNESS MAKERS, •cii lie tic a on leanoiutbie terms. , M.iv 11, 1827. , ; i Wilmington j & C&utfte JNlttuuïüMtoï's . Soap TH E Subscriber taxes tiiis opportunity to imor the public, ilvit the establishment heretofore cun ducted by James Fay. Esq. together with the ac unts connected wild the business ot that estaD- j lislur.ent. from the first Vit January, 1826, have pass-j ed into his hands ; and that he will continue the bu- ; si ness in all its branches, at the old stand, corner oi Tat nail and Queen streets, near the friends ing Hov.xe, whine lie will manufacture, and^tuinish at Philadelphia prices. Mould and Dipl LAISDLES. Fuller' s ydlow and Drown SOAP, ut the best qual m Uy, ENOCH ROBERT'S. for Tallow, of of N. Ik—The highest pi ice given Butcher^ Fat, and'Fat of every description. Wilmington, Noo. 14, 1826. l—Sm TO ALL TEACHERS AM) PARENTS. v- V publn»: ii unproved «.liitions, just M» '.-IN ulUGG, No. 9. N. a, i,iia tor sale by UGoksUen» and idiji, >R> »k*, an IV. : Pourth stu et country im r.v.un Torrey's Pi nu 1 or I h vt. xamined Mi I think it a great impr important oi into the Seminaries nil win- u lias yet appeare h v for Children, ecu ml B'»ok lor Children, orrey'a 'Fannharbpelhng Book.' live, and ne le Sr F.idtii . Spelling Bo: •nt in the pri acation, and aiiaii introduce it jperior to any : f as one d. Fe ruary 2nd, Jo-dj. IRA HILL. A M. A Pi. aaing Companion for little Girin and Ih.ys, blending instruction with amusement ; being a .selection ot interest mg stones, dialogues, tables, and poetry Designed * »J* the use of primary schools £2 domestic nurseries. B.t Jesse I or re\, Jr. Preferred generally u» Murray's Introduction, anti works of that das«. Torrev's Moral Instructor, and Guide to Virtue—This work is getting to be generally adopt in schoois und academies, m place ot Murray s Header anti works ot that class. Smite Geography foi huoi.s Ci\ raphy ami Atlas, ami Sacred and Ancient i he increasing demand for these •valence of their value us elementary Ge the best Smiley's Anlnmetic, or tlie New Federal Caiciiia us. Tins work contains, among other wo lor in dollars and important improvements,Questions of Ariuunetiu, winch arc considered o> tcachei: very conducive to tlie improvement <>t the pupil The sums being altogether in dollars and cents, it a decided preieienoo ovei any othe.i arithmetic m use. The future editions will be found very correct. e Arithmetic, in which all the Exan. lU theory n tiie rules gene rail) ill give A Ki y to the abi pies necessary for a learner are wrought at large, and also solutions given for all the various rules. Designed princi pally to facilitate the labor of teachers, and assist such as have not the opportunity ut a tutor*» aid By I. J. Smiley, authurof the New Federal Calculator, tke. The United States Speaker, Compiled by T. T. Smiley —preferred generally tu the Columbian Orator and Scott's , and works oftliat kind, by teachers who have ex amined it. Grimshaw's History of tlie United Slates.—Also, ques tions adapted to the above History, and a Key adapted to the questions, for the use ot teachers. Goldsmith's England improved by Grimshaw, with ques ti ni and a key. . Goldsmith's History of Greece, improved by Gr trishaw, with a Vocabulary of the proper names contained in the work and the prosodial accents, in comtbrmity with the pro nun dation of Letnpriere—with questions and a Key, as Goldsmith's History of Home improved by Grimshaw, with Vocabulary, fkc. and questions and key, &c. as above. Te ushers generally, who have examined Grimshaw s History of the! United States, and tlie improved editions of Goldsmith's England, Greece, and Rome, having given them a decided preference to any other histories in use as School Books—and any person who will examine them will find a bout 1000 errors in each corrected ; and Teachers ordering these works will do welt to say, ' Grmishaw's improved Edition.' • An Etymological Dictionary, or Analysis of the English Language, containing the Radicals and Definitions of Words derived from tlie Greek. Latin, and French languages, and led technical and polite phrases adopted By William Grimshaw, author afs.sons all the generally from the French and Latin of the United States, England, &e. ... Conversations on Natural Philosophy, in which tlie ele ments of that science are familiarly explained; illtistrateci j with plates. By the author of ' Conversations on Cheinis trv,' &c. Willi considerable additions, corrections, and im provements in tlie bod» of the work, appropriate questions, and a glossary. By Dr. Thomas P. Jones, professor of me chanics in the Franklin Institute of the state of Fennsyi vania. Lives of Marion and Washington, by W eems. With a general and extensive assortment nt all the school books in general use; all ot whicli will be sold on the most reasonable terms. . *** Teachers are particularly requested to examine the above school books. April 12th 1827. (£/* R". Porter & Son keep all the above Books for Sale at the Publishers price. Printing of all kinds done with neatnf.ss AND DESPATCH, AT THE OFFICE. OF THE JOURNAL. /Vom the N. Y. Commercial Advertiser. *• I AM TIRE» OF TICKING." Jane Taylor, relates an excellent fable of the dis c „ n teuted pendulum of an old clock, which had run reculari y in a fanner's kitchen for tuty years. Ear one morning it suddenly stopped. The dial plate ham ed countenance with alarm—1he hands made _ . ..in effort to continue their course, the weights f n , n ,. speechless—and the clock itsell was so angry thaAt would have struck— if it could. _ An mvesti gation was had, all parts protested their innocence excepting the pemlnlum, who frankly acknowle g ! t< j that he was the cause of the difficulty, anti asslgn t . ( | as the only reason, that he wa* tired ojhcktng. ' Upon hearing this excuse ' 1 ' c a vain it ne cou- «.y "'-'"■'o• I Upon hearing this excuse, the dial piate commenced i expostulating with the lazy wire- But t.ie pendli j lum insisted 'that he was tired of his way of lire. » - And if you wish Mistress Dial,'' continued he, I j teil you iiuw 1 took this disgust at my employment. 1 1 happened this morning to be calculating how many i times I should have to tick in the course of only-the perhaps some of you above j there can give me the exact sum " lho minute I hand being quick at figures, presently replied,-— ••Eighty six thousand four hundred times. Ex» I actiy so" replied the pendulum. " Uf ' 11 * next twenty tour hours , „„ .v,...vii mis pi-iiuu.uiii. Well I appeal ; tu you all, if the very thought of this was not enough i to'fatigue one, a ; ' 1 " ' *" * * '* . ., _ A wheii I began to multiply the j strokes of one day by those of months and years, really it is no wonder it I ielt discouraged at the , after a deal of reasoning and hesitation Now it. has often oc prospect [ hin ( is 1 to myself, I'R stop." j ^ that poor editorial weights who are com-, to toil for the daily press are much in the situ ; a -j un (> f the disheartened pendulum, day after day> oi week after week, month alter month, and year after y they are compelled to toil on, with as muck uniformity of employ ment. as the pendulum, ollen, the power of pleasing themselves, and ne'er vv - (ll l j ie j K )e 0 f pleasing the, whole of their readers. but no mai ter for that.—Tho'his brains may be woi ked *• as dry as the remainder bUeuit, * andi the mails come in as barren of moving 'incidents by tlooa and tie Id' as the Tarpariau rock of vegetation, yet he must tick away, and every day bring forth thing new, now and then his labours are lightened by murder committed tu Lis lauds, tlie kidnapping ut a irtiuily of iiegi'oei>, a bauiv at the foot »1 rind us, or revolution in tlie fond ut Incus. A freshet in the spring ittid fall, serves for a semi-annual article- a swarm of hessiau flies answers for a paragraph when, we have a bad administration, and the Virginians wish to raise the price oi wheat, and a column can he made up of puffs of tat oxen and halt naked opcia dancera at time. But these are small matters ; and Bouaparfan bat tles. earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, are abso lutely unknown in these degenerate days, let, paragraphs must be made. Something wise, or wit and so Home N. Sr it any the paragraphs must be made. Something wise, or wit tv, strange, melanchoily or novel, must be said, and that too editorially, or tlie paper will be thrown aside, as insufferably stupid, and its editor written down as an ass. Nor can cease our labors with as little ceremony as the pendulum ; for ii we ' stop shall starve Is it any wonder, then, that when ve look forward for days, and weeks, and years, calcu late how many quires »I foolscap must he scribbled,^ we should become discouraged ' and grow tiredOj thinking? Nor does tile comparison stop here.— AS the pendulum is shut up in its dark closet; to wag backwards anil forwards without thanks tor it, service, so is it with the editor : shut up in his clos et, he mav spin his brains to the texture ot gossamer, in writing for the edification and amusement ot tlie public, receiving more kicks than coppers, and more than thanks, and when he dies the good hs And yet huii we curses has done is interred with his bones. .. dreds of half-learned mutton-heads are crowding in to the profession, with as much eagerness as though Mahomet's paradise was a tool to a printing oftice* while Fortune is ever ready to strew their paths with gold. Fame to crack lier trumpet in sounding their praises • But we can assure these aspirants, that the editorial pillow is made of any thing eise than down ; that if they ever reach the eminence of fortune, they will be able to " tell" from sad ex perience, " how hard it is to climb and that, if they attend to their business, like the pendulum they will soon grow liredof ticking. " For ourselves, however, inasmuch as the pendulum was induc ed to return to its labor by the consideration that though it might think of a million of strokes in an in stant", it was required to execute but one, and that, however often it might hereafter have to swing, a moment would always be given it to swing im we have resolved not to be " weary in well doing'' from the thought of having much to do, believing that " it is not fair to burden one moment with the weight of the next, and that sufficient unto the day n is the trouble of making up a newspaper. To the above lively article we have only to add, that we should be less " tired of ticking''' if subscribers were less fond of going on tick. our Cedar Apple*—A. respectable citizefi of this conn fy, who was tor along time troubled With the tape j -worm finci tried various medicines without benefit* liu ally advised to try the Ceder Apple. He procured about a dozen from one of our shops, took three of them each morning, obtained immediate re lief, and now considers himself entirely free from the disease. Hr ascribes the cure eutirly to ihe virtues of the Cedar Apple, and his cause certainly furnishes a strong reason why this medicine should have a fair " ' York Recorder. was trial. Another instance of death by suffocation from burning charcoal, has happened at the eastward. It occurred on board of a vessel at Bridgeport, Conn, into the cabin of which a man entered after a kettle of burning charcoal had been placed thereto.