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/'ME Sl'BSC K 1 FF.RS have now on band, at MIDDLETOWN, DEL. 1 WARE, ■go assortment of White Pine, consisting ol is, Plank, and Shingles of a very superior qunl Also a complete assortment and a few Arks. Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, sh and American Iron and Steel, W rought and 1 it Nails, Fur and Wool Hats, Tin Ware, Cedar Ware, Sic. Sic. which will he sold at reduced prices. LOCKWOOD Si GERR1TSON. 37— 6 t I August 22, 1827. VALUABLE •Will Properly 1 011 SAL.:. THE SUBSCRIBER wishes to sell the Grist and Saw Mills, situated at the head of Morgan's Creek, Kent County, Aid. about live miles 1'foui • 1 i -.stertown. This very valuable property will b sold to a good purchaser, on such terms as will se cure on the amount of the purchase, an interest, it the property be rented from ten to twelve per cent per annum. During the Instand the present year the Grist Mill has been well repaired on the improved plan of cast iron cogwheels, working into a very large spur wheel: and every part of the running gears, water wheel and great frame, or husk, as it is called, has been made entirely new, within a few months past, and also, pier head or lore-hay, bolting cloth and and of the best quality—the mill is making some of the best meal and flour in Kent County. The stream on which said mills are built is far superior to any in Kent County, so much so that grain is at this very dry season sent to her from 15 to 20 miles, and at all seasons an excellent sup ply of country custom is offered, and the water power is sufficient to do marchant work and manu facturing of different kinds on a very extensive scale. The Saw Mill is in very good order and can be very profitably employed until a drought prevails. The Dam and Flood Gates are in good onler. vrs are new A tolerable good DWELLING HOUSE with other out houses, are on the premises, and mere is attached to the property a Wood Lot of twenty acres, and some arable anti bottom Land suitabfo for meadow. M The Terms of Sale are, that the purchaser pay on the first day of Ja nuary 1823, g 1500, anil the balance of the purchase money in six semi-annual payments. Any person wishing to purchase will please view the property, which will be shown to them by my miller, in my absence from home. Possession may be had imme diately, or whenever the property is sold. If it should not he sold by the first Monday in October, it will then be offered at Public sale, at 10 o'clock A. M. at Mr. Money's tavern in Chestertovvn. A goo-land sufficient deed will be given to the pur chaser when the property shall be paid for. Any further information relative to said property can be had by applying to the subscriber on the premises, or through the Post Office Chestortown. JAMES HANSON. 37— 8 t Aug. 17, 1027. A PLANTATION 1 !. THE Subscriber offers for private sale, a valua ble Farm, lying on tile turnpike, leading to Elk, about two miles below Chisfitina-llridge. It con tains 112 acres, 50 of which are under thriving tim ber, and the remainder under tillage, with a good proportion well set with clover : there is also on the premises a good bearing orchard—the fences are in fi»od order. The buildings are a good dwelling house, stable and granary. A further description will be given, and the land shewn to any one apply ing, by the subscriber, living on the Plantation. WILLIAM B. MTNTIRE. 15—tl Dec Wholesale Dm N*o, 1 Q" 1 , ^Market-Street, PHILADELPHIA THE Subscribers have, constantly on hand, a general assortment of GENUINE DRUGS .">• MEDICINES, PAINTS, OIL 4- GLASS, DYE STUFFS , s Jl O' * , i >' c - W Inch they will dispose of on the most reasonable tenus, at their Store, 1«7, Market, 4 floors below Third-Street, Nurtli side. BETTLE & JENKINS. Philadelphia , Aug. tôt It, 1827. Kr l'n Borders ui'Physicians, Country Merchants, $cc. will be thankfully received, punctually attend ed to. and packed with such care that they I may he carried with safety to any part of the United States. 34 —fimp Notice. All person indebted to the Estate of the late MARGARET MARSHALL, decascd, are request cd to discharge the same ; and such as have claims against the estate will present their accounts to either of the subscribers for settlement. JAMES GAN BY, EDWARD TATNALL. <, t Ex'rs. 9 mo. 18. 44—It ANOTHER TAILOR WANTED. '1 he subscriber finds that one person cannot do more than half the work which offers, liberal wages will he given to any good workman, or Journeyman, who will assist in carrying on the Tailoring business at this place. Therefore R 11 ESA BRUNSON. Summit Bridge, Aug, 29. 38—3L GLOBES. A pair 13 inch Globesfor sale cheap. Enquire of 'the subscribers , Jl. PORTER, , 5 . SON. July 31. NEW STOilE a Just tiçeimU The subscribers beg leave to inform their friends and the public generally that they have commenced the Dry Hoods and Grocery Business, under the lirm of JtF Caulley & It ice, South Wpt of and near to, Brandywine Mill», In and adjoining the store formerly conducted by Mr. John Rice, as a grocery—where it may not be of disadvantage to call mill examine tor themselves. The following compose part of their assortment: ( DfV HOODS Vh\ GUUUÖ. Superfine broadcloths and cassmiers, assorted •c. linen and cotton drillings, yellow and bine i»r»«"i cambric, bleached and brown shirting and sheeting muslins, Irish linens, long lawn s and cambric linens, Leventines, Florences, Urns de Naples, lutestring, Hag and bandanna hdkl's. Cotton and linen do. white and colored canton crape and crape shawls, green, white and black Italian do. worsted and cotton hose and suspenders, York-tan and beaver gloves, llaw skins make of kid gloves of superior quality, white and colored domestic plaids and stripes; tabby, bang-up and Pittsburg cords; fustnas and drillings, flannels, furniture and apron check; Swiss, mull, book and Jaekonet muslins; 3-4,5-1 and 6-4 dnmty, crash, diaper and table linens, bedticking ; Russia and imitation sheeting, bleached and unbleached ; coarse linens, Osnaburg and Burlap's, Porter and Lancashire sheetings; Wilmington, Jackson, Adams, and Jefferson stripes ; jeans, Garcia stripe, ging hams, black and brown hollaad, sacking-bottoms, sowing silks art (I sowing cottons, senshaw, sarsenet, black and light colored lasting, (s:c. GROCERIES. colot Su^-ar, tea, coffee, molasses, flour, mackerel, in hhls. and half bids, ginger, nlspice, pepper ground mid in the grain, nutmegs, cloves, Jkc. Together with a general variety of liquors and sea stores. PAINTS AND OILS. White lead, black lead, red lead, blue, red, yel low ochre, Prussia blue, chromic yellow, verdigris ground and dry, patent green, fig blue, logwood, ike. winter, summer, common, castor, linseed, and sweet oils Earthen, China, glass and Quccnsumre. Having purchased the above gootls chiefly at auc tion, we are certain we can sell thorn tit the most reduced prices to those who may favor us with their custom. it A SAMUEL M'CAULLEY, JOHN RICE. June 22 , 1027. N. R. We have in addition to the above just re ceived a general assortment of Fashionable II uni and Fur HATS, on commission, from the well known factory of Isaac Siiotwei.i.. No, 42, south Front Street, Philadelphia—which will he sold low. Notice IS H&SiH&Y GIVEN, To the Freemen, Inhabitants of New-Castle County , who arc qualified to vote far Members of the General Assembly : THAT an ELECTION will he held at the same time and at the same places, and m the same manner, that Senators, and Representatives for the said coun ty are chosen, for the purpose of electing as Com missioners of the Levy Court and Court ot Appeal in the said County, one good and substantial Free holder residing in Pencader Hundred, one good anil substantial Freeholder residing in Red Lion Hun dred, one good and substantial Freeholder residing in St. Georges llnmlrde, and one good and substan tial Freeholder residing in White Clay Creek Hun dred, to supply the vacancies occasioned by the ex piration of tiie times, for which Jacob Paris, Philip Reybold, John Janvier and John Hertluian, were elected Commissioners in the said Levy Court, and Court of Appeal. T. STOCKTON, Clerk of the Peace. for New-Castle County. JVera-C'astle, AugvslZM 1827. 08 — 8 t H . *The pamphlet respecting the K-reiner affair, and the history of Gen. Jackson's accusations against Mr. Clay, &.c. just received ami for sale by the Publishers, No. 97, Market-Street. •fin Office to TO LET the front room of the house. No. 105, Shipley -street, next door to Miller Dunolt's Bake ry and Confectionary store, (the same in which he formerly carried on.J It is well calculated either for an office, or store, being a place of considerable I bnsinc Possession will be given immediately. Apply to David Kirkpatrick next door. Cep. 13, 1827. SCOTT'S Ï.ÏJPE or BONAPARTE Just received, and for sale by 11. PORTER ,$• SON, No. 97, Market-Street. Commencing with the Peace of Versailles in 1783, and giving a concise history, of the most important events in Europe, as well as n detailed account of the sanguinary battles in which he was engaged in or connected with, down to the time of his death, in 1821—in three closely printed 8 vo vols. A more valuable record, has perhaps seldom been offered to the Puhlic ; and the facts are rendered still more in teresting by the popular talent of the noble writer. ; A Teacher Wanted. A Lady or Gejitleinan qualified to fake charge of the Primary School, in the Middletown Academy, Application to be made to the Trustees, post paid, previous to the first of next ninnth. JOHN EDDOWES, Secretary. Middletown, Del. Sep. i 2 , 1827 . 43—'it Valuable Medicines. ANTI-ft 1LIOUS PILLS. Tl-c nnerui ion of Uic^e Pills is perfectly mild »< tlJy mu/be used will) safety by person. m every situation, "'■[hey^eSleutly adapted to carry ^ Bopejfluous Ilde und nrevent its morbid aecreiion»—'» leaiore am ame'nd tbe^appedte—-to procure a Iree P;^ thereby prevent colds, winch otieu have Uul co n »eq lence», a dose never tails to remove a cold, if taken on Us I pearunce . . «.„».iveness They ate .f^tomac/'aud ^Te°verHtead ache, and ought »utknes^ e* by u U pT"ot.s mî a change of climate. . A d()3e „ t l j > lese p,u», taken once every two weeks, during ( | )e prevalence of our billion» le>ers, will prove an in a n hie preventive t and in the earlier stages ot those diseases, their use will very generally succeed in rea.ortng health. ulu | frequently in case« es'eemed desperate, and beyond the p „wer of common remedies. . .„„„„a JSSSSÜSSS sssfSffT* . & - Hamilton S Worm DestlOJing LtO/eilges ; tint Which have within sixteen years past cured an immense number of persons of both sexes, ol every age, am in eveiy situation, Ot various dangerous complaints arising from WORMS, and from obstructions or foulness lit the stomach Ad),s/of this medicine given occasionally during the warm season, will effectually prevent the " vorn.t.nK and purging of children," a dreadful disorder, which annually lie,troys thousands of the in'anI part of our citizens. It is likewise the mildest and most certain remedy known, and lias restored tu health and strength a great number when in an advanced stage of this fatal complaint. Particular ami plain instructions are given tor every part of the neces sary treatment in such cases. . . Children generally take this medicine with eagerness, it having a pleasing appearance and an agreeable taste. HAMILTON'S GRAND RESTORATIVE invaluable medicine, for the speedy Is recommended as un relief and peimaneiil cure of Nervous Disorders. Violent Cramps in the stomach and back, Indigestion» Melancholy» Gout in the Stomach, Fains in the Limbs, Relaxations 8cc. &c. Consumptions» •ness of Spirits, \j Loss of Appetite, Impurity ol the blood, Hysterical A flections. Inward Weakness, and Debility, in ELIXIR, HAAIXITON'S ELIXIR, A sovereign remedy Jor Colds, obstinate Coughs, Asthmas, sore Throats , and approaching Con sumptions. ami most disorders oj the breast A lungs A SINGLE TRIAL WILL PROVE, that it he determination of the fluids lo the stirlace of the the common healthful perspiration ; restores body i and brings , , , thaï it dislodges anil evacuates the lough viscid phlegm or mucus, s'ligihen, the weakened vessels of the lungs, sheathes the acrimonious humor which irritates them, uuu fi.„,lly discharges it thus striking at the root of the dis order, the symptoms are of course effectually and perma i.euily conquered, the reverse of common medicines, which weaken the cnslmuinn, anil give Btrengtli to the disorder, tor die sake of moderating fur die present some uf its pain, ful effects. To parents who have cnildr WHOOPING COUGH. on afflicted with the I nf die first magnitude, as it affords im in a short time en This discovery is mediate relief, checks the progress, and i tii-elv removes the must cruel disorders to winch children a.e fiable.— t he elixir is so perfectly agreeable, and the d,,,e so small, tha- no difficulty arises in taking it Hamilton's genuine Essence und extract of Mustard. A sate amt elîèciual remedy fi r acute and chrome rheii, mat.sin, rout, rheumatic gout, palsey, lumbagu, numbness. in the white » celling*» chilblains, sprain»» bruises, pant lace and neck, &»c ike. Lee's Infallible Ague and Fever Drops. and intermit lent fevers. ,1 ent For thec - a. ue.-. LEE'S PERSIAN LOTION, Is an iiivaliiaUic cosmetic. per led iy innocent and safe: ileieil efficacy in pretention & removing blemishes in lie face and skin, fit every kind, particularly Heckles, pimples, sein f , letters, ringworms, sun burns, &c.render ng U.e skin delica cly soft and clear, and improving the complexion. of pi TOOTH ACHE DROPS. The only renieiiyyet dtscoveied winch gives immediate and lastiiigrelief.n the must severe ■stances. tiii; itEsTOR vrivr. POWDER for tiie teeth ANI) G JMS. This excellent préparai mn c »rpforts and strengthens the gums,pie.sc*rves the enamel from decay, and cleanses and whitens the îeeih, absorbing all that acrimonious »limejand foulness, which» uttered to accumulate, never fads to in jure, and fin d y t. them. DAMASK IAP SALVE , Til Is iecomm*Micied, (particularly to the ladies) as an ele gant and pleasant preparation fur chapped and sore lips, and every blemish and inconvenience occasioned by colds, fevers, &c. speedily ies oring a beautiful rosy colour, and delicate softness me 1 ps Hahn's Genuine. Eye Water . s i f ihe eyes. A sovereign reined) fur ad CO LN 1 LASTE. ns, speedily removing them, ig pii.it. ITIHI CURED. J.cc's Ointment for the Itch. Warranted a itilullirtle remedy at one application, not containing a particle of mercury or any dangerous ingredi ent whatever. The subscribers have just received the above ar ticles, fresh from LEE'S Family Medicine Store in Maiden-Lane, New-York, and for sale by particular appointment in Wilmington, An infallible remedy for not and branch, wi'ltoitt a IV. Pouter & Sou. July 13, 1827. 24—tf TO THE ELEC TORS OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY. THE undersigned tenders himself to your con sidération, as a Candidate at the ensuing election in October next, for the office of Sheriff, And very respectfully solicits your suffrages, in aid of his wishes—hereby pledging himself, il he should he so fortunate as to he elected, tu perform the se veral duties of the office, with fidelity to the public, and with a solicitous care of the interest of such, as may he concerned in the same. GEORGE HOUSTON, 31—2m St Georges Hundred, Super-royal Paper . The. subscribers keep a constant supply of Super royal such us this paper is printed on, price $3 50 Also Medium and other printing and writing papers. Sep. 11. H. PORTER »$•' SON. BOOTS&pAn V. M'NEAL, A !SOY,|i ,\*q.08 & Market Street, H AVE just added to their former stock of Hoots und Shoes, 1OO0 pair of Men's Coarse shoes, 500 " do. do. Lace Bonis, 1200 " do. Fine Shoes, Girls' Boys' and Children's Lcatle 2000 and Morocco Boots and Shoes. 6 Cases ot Women's Eastern made M orocco Shoes, large siv.e, " of Women's Leather Shoes, shoe soles. er 2 straps and heels. They have also on hand, of their own manufacture, 1500 Pair of course waterproof HOOTS. The above articles will he sold low, lor cash, acceptances, wholesale or retail—and countio nier, chants would find it to their advantage to call they will he supplied on as favorable terms as they could meet with in Philadelphia or elsewhere. Wilmington, Sep. 4 at 1 . it it 41—t 10 Dollars Reward. RANAWAY on 29th ult. CHARLES, a negro boy, the property of the Subscriber. He is stout made, 5 feet high, 14 years old. He had on when he went away a striped cotton jacket, and tow linen trovvsers. The above reward, and reasonable charges will be paid for his recovery. HARRY CONNELLY, Roseville Cotton Works. Sep 10, 1827 41—4t WANTED TO PURCHASE, A stout healthy negro woman about 18 years old, H of who will have to serve till 28 or 30, to du kitchen H 11 work, such as cook, wash and scrub, ike. Apply at H this office. June 13, 1827. 19—tf Turnpike Dividend. THE President and Managers of the New-CasdeH and French Town Turnpike, have declared a diviUn elend for the last six months, at the rate of six per cent, per annum, on the Capitol Stock of the ciiiii-H patiy ; which will he paid by the Treasurer to the Stockholders or their legal representatives, at any ■to time after the 25th Inst. JAMES LOUPER, Treasurer. New-Castle , Del. Sip. 12 , 1827. t25s TO ALL TEACHERS AND PARENTS. E o SCHOOL BO iKs, and unproved e.tinoas, just published and tor sale by JOHN tilUGlj, fvu. 9. N. Fomtli street, Philadelphia, and for sale by booksllers aid country merchants generally. Torrey's Primer, or First Book for Children. Toirej's Spelling Bnok, or Second Book for Children. 1 have '. Xalliined Mr. J. Toney's 'Familiar Spelling B"uk.' I think it a great improvement in the primitive, ami no lee ■ important branches of education, and shall introduce a into the Seminaries under my care, as one superior to any which has yet appeared. February 2nd, 1826. 1IIA HILL, A. M. A Pleasing Companion for little Gins and Boys, blending instruction with amusement ; bemga selection uf interest, ing stories, dialogues, fables, and poetry. Designed fir tin: _ 0 f primary senoois & domestic nurseries. By Jesse Tor rey, Jr. Preferred generally to Murray's Introduction,and works of that class. Torrey's Moral Instructor, and dinar to Virtue—This work is getting to be generally adopted in schools and academies, in place of Murray^ Keaderand works ot that class. Smiley's Geography and Atlas, and Sacred and Ancien: Gengiaphy for schools. The increasing demand for tlies,-. lumas, is tile best evidence of their Value as elementary works. Smiley's Arithmetic, or the New Federal Calcul»' Tii.s work contains, among other N use tor in dollars and cents, important improvements, Questions on tiie rules and theory of Arithmetic» which urc considered by teachers generally very conducive to the improvement of the pupil The sums bem^ altogether in dollars and cents, will|f ,v © it a decided preference over any other arithmetic in uite. The future editions will be found very correct. A Key to the above Arithmetic, in which all the Exam ples necessary fora learner are wrought at large, and also solutions given for all the various rules. Designed princi pally to facilitate the labor ot teachers, and assist such as have not the opportunity of a tutor's aid liy T. T. Smiley* author of the New Federal Calculator, &o. The United States Speaker, Compiled by T. T. Smiley Oruior and Scott s —preferred g nerally to the Coluru ian Lessons, and works oftbat kind, by teachers who have ex amined it. Grimshuw's History of the United States —-Also, ques tions adapted to die above History, and a Key adapted t® the questions, for the use of teachers. Goldsmith's England improved by GrimshaW, with ques tions and a key. Goldsmith'» History of Greece, improved by Grimsna'V, with u Vocabulary of the proper names contained in tt" ; work and the prosodial accents, in comibrimty with the pro nunciation of Lcmpriere—with questions and a Key, a» above. Goldsmith's History of Rome improved by Griinshaw, with Vocabulary, &c. and questions and key, &c. if* above. Tcrchers generally, who have examined Grinwnaws History of the United States, and the improved editions o». Goldsmith's England, Greece, and Home» having given mein a decided preference to any other histories in use us School Books—and any person who will examine them will find a* bout 1000 errors in each corrected ; and Teachers ordering tiieseworks will do well to say« 'Grimshuw's improved Edition/ ^ , An Etymological Dictionary, or Analysis of the English Language, containing the Radicals and Definitions of W ords derived from the Greek, Latin, and French languages, und all the generally used technical and polite phrases adopted from the French and Latin By William Grimshaw, author of the United States, England, &c.' The second edition is greatly improved, and will be found a very valuable class book for academies and schools. Conversations on Natural Philosophy, in which the ele ments of that science are familiarly explained; illustrated with plates. By the author of * Conversations on Chenus try/ &c. With considerable additions, corrections, and im provements in the body of the work, appropriate questions, and a glossary. By Dr. Thomas l\ Jones, professor of me chanics in the Franklin Institute of the state of Pennsyl vania. Lives of Marion and Washington, by Weems. With a general and extensive assortment of all ♦he school books in general use; all of which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. *»* Teachers are particularly requested to examine the above school books. Apr il 12tji 18 27 . OCT' ft. Porter & Son keep all the above Books f' rt ' Sale n i the Publishers price..