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Hibson & Mather 9
P3LUI.2!BS3aS ESPECTFULLY inform their friends aniHhe Citizens of Wilmington generally, that they in al! its brunches a 11 JV„ is Sorttside 'rf'tbUtor'Market ; where ! ' , ' I ,i v ,.j. i,., n ,i ; they keep constant!-«AM** S»* UHAH *» of all descriptions ot Hie Dost quntillly, together with LEAD and IRON PIPES, calculated tor con veying water into private houses ; which they , offer on the mint reason ible terms. 0.**. fatar th.in.nlve,, .he. .rem ll.nir long end intinwte tinijnninttinnn «ilUtta Ml, « Philadelphia ; they will be able to give gen Those who wish the 'Brandywine . water conveyed into their houses,will please apply •IS ibove If a more particular reference is want as above. It It more pi rucoiar I ed, please Cidlon Atr. JosKPH C.ftLBB. WiLnington. .lune 1 i. K>*8. * c«rr- on 4CSS in oral satisfaction. Endian Queen Hotel. J HAS tak ii t'ie stand at the corner ot Market and t^ueeu Streets, Wilmington, Delaware, sign of the queen, Where he will be happy to receive his friends, and promises to provide for their entertainment, and comfort iu tl.e best manner. The stages for Philadelphia, Dover, Chistiana Bridge, New Ark, Elkton and French Town, will leave his House* all daily, except that for Dover. which leaves mi Mondays, Wednesdays mid Fridays, j Horses, Gigs and Carriages of the bestk.nd, will as heretofore, be kept for hire N. B. Expresses provided to travel in any dime tion at the shortest notice. I Wdminglon, .March 211, 1820. J State of Delaware, I ^ fietc Castle County, y To the next of kindred of JOHN BKNSILL, late ol said County, deceased, and all others interest ed. You are hereby notified, to lie and appear be ol Wiils, and| granting Letters ol AdiuinistiatHUi, in ami lor Slid i County"»! his Office in New-lastle, on Monday the, lain dav of August nex,, at 1» o'clock, A. M. to j »How cause, why I.etler* of Adnvnist ration upon j the Estaient said deceased, should not lie granted I to Roi.ert Porter, ul said County, wlm has applied | |.„ tne same, repiesentiiig Id.uSvIf a creditor of said j ecHusrd i tU d ' ' Given under tilth und and .Veal ifGßre I Aeii ' I fore lile Register, for l he Pi ob #dt> seal, ap of the Register at New-Cant le. in ** ¥ ♦ Castle County aforesaid, the Hdth day o/' July, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eis-ht \ ^ hundred and twenty ein hi. EV AN II. THOM AS, Resiste ■■, og_(is \ July 29. 1828. E'or Sale, »1 Go the Delaware river, about three miles below port Penn, containing about 7(H) acres, more or and (30 I «aid I On Christiana Creek, about iwo onler below j containing about ItiO acres, a j less, principally Marsh, known by the name ol Long Island. This Farm though not in a good state ol cultivation, might for a trifl'ng expense lie made a valuable Grazing Farm, and will lie sold on very reasonable renn«. ANOTHER 1'AHIffit, Christiana Bridge, good portion of wood-laud. A« it ts presumed that any person wishing to pur-1 chase, will view 'lie property, it is deemoil unneces sary to give a more particular description, hoi terms apply to JOHN Nit IN, London Britain Township, Chester Comity I'enn. SAME EL Vv. WOODLAND. near St. Georges, Del. DAVID It. A IVIN. Christiana, Delaware. 17-tl or June 17. 1828. $100 Reward. W'AVVAY from the Subscriber, living ne:n Cantwells Bridge, New-Castle County, Slate , id- mt '1. oi R of Delaware, negro George Andern .22 years old ; middle size, rather »tout built, with large eyes, shews the white of them a good deal, large under lip and mouth, and rather light colored for a nemo—Has been accustomed to the care ol horses and driving a carriage, lie is -also a good farm hand, yve-ars his hair generally combed up outlie top of h.s head and platted, s-peal Had on a pair of good white corderoy pantaloons, blue domestic stripe round about, fur hat. muslin shirt with [George) in durable ink written on it, and laced boots—A few days before he absconded he attempted to commit a rape upon a young female of his own color, the punishment for which has caused his running off—One hundred dollars re ward will be paid upon delivering him to the Sub scriber. orlodginghim in jail. *0 that he may he re covered. He has probably gone to Pennsylvania, having been several times in Philadelphia. JOSEPH B. SIMS. l\ I > «low — July 8,1828. Cantwells BriJ: 23—8 FOR bALF A small FARM in Pencader Hundred, County New Castle, and State of Delaware, about one and an half miles above the Delaware and Chesapeake 1 Canal, frunting on the Road leading from Glasgow toaaid Canal ; containing 96 acres, about one halt of which is good woodland ; there are on the farm a frame dwelling house, &c. Any person wishing to purchase, can view the farm, for themselves, by applying to Mr John Bdt. on the premises. For terms of sale, apply to the suliBcriber, No. 150, Slupley street, Wilmington. Del. SAMUEL L. TINDALL. 26—4t July 16.1828-__ Hooks S-**Books ! fJST airived, and now ea sale, at the c.l|p;,p bookstore, at No. Market-Street Fashionable Bool , Shoe and Trunk Stores,) JA.MUS m- JÜEÄJL, Nos. 9 b, & lOU, Market St. « KTUKNS his sincere thanks »or the patrtmagn; ■^'afforded to the late tirin of V M Neal & Isos, and ... assuming Hie business m<l,v,dually, ».a. Id ...form his friend, and the pubhc, that lie intends dev.anig his at le|lt|ol , mm . e particularly to custom work He flatters hims ,.iniiHi from his knowledge and experience in the bu , ine ss lie will beable in give general aettsfocti.in. The Ladies and Gentlemen of Wilmingt iiv, « .«tamed time die work ""g-KGS; *' H „ „„sun a. .d mieiul- kc-ping a large and complete . iss „,., men t of Ladies' Black and Fancy Colored Lasting »«it* ami Shoes; Morocco do ; Calf, Uordavao, and Seal Skin do. ; Men»'Fine Bools, Shoes and Pumps; • vv.iter Front Boots. Mnnn.es, and Shoes. Also, agençai „-„rtmem of L-all,er and Hair Tlll'N'KS. \; ^ SUoemaker- woulil find L ad antugeows to «tipp»' them tel ver» with birRs ami trimmii»#* trom In- exensiv sur mem. fJtMBS M'^'L Wilmington, M .y, lfi, 1818. Iu8-3m. anil itsvicin J Dissolution ot Partnership. rfAHE partnership heretofore existing under the JL firm of Valentine M'Xeal 4' Son, is this dav dis Those indebted to the solved by mutual consent. > late firm will make immediate paymemt toV.M' Neal, who is authorised to settle its concerns. VALENTINE M'NEAL, JAMES M'NEAL. j - r / hpxnul-St. LomiUUUOU Moi 6, AO. 34, L flCSHUl Of. AnthnllV P. MOFriS. iR. il i JIV»* * J * I Füaaî>X»I.^IÂ, 8—Oin. Wilmington, April 2u. I" 'Plie husiness v\ ill he euiuiinied as usual, by Juaies M.Xcai, at Nos. 1*8 and 100, Market St. K I Mts OK MKKCHANPIZE— J BUYS AND SKI. 1,8 AM. and will rereivn Bark and Produce ol any kind and dispose of it on the best and most reasonable terms. ith the Tanners and Mer From his nerqiiaintniice ( .q.,,j( S generally. A. P. M. helietes those who la vnr i,j, M , V1 ,|, ,t, ulr business may expect speedy and »mjq';,, t 0 - v -ales. 87—8m N,, |t. For further particulars, inquire of (icorgv i p~rki"l Jenkins, Tanners. Camden. Del. j j I „ . , , .. . | * ' ij A two storied, new buck house and kitch j . 1,0*.«». ketween Hanover ami Broad st.eeis, i boni iiig tu etiiy-one ieet six in:hi»s m» Orange strei t, I Dtieluilm- the one halt of a three feet alley extend ' I t teet back) the lot extends about l-< teet to Douses and Lots AT PRIVATE SAUL warns I'atnall street. .... \ No. 2. A two storied new brick house, between Hanover ami t^ed. streets, fronting litieen teet on Grange street, and extending about tony teet track, in a lourleen feet wide alley, cumuiuincatiiig with «^tieeii street. No. 3. A two storied new brick house, on the corner of Grunge and Queen streets, 15 feet on tue former, the lot extending about 40 leet on the latter, to the above mentioned lorn teen feet alley. No. 4. A frame house with 15 front on Queen st. and running along the above mentioned alley, about and running along the above mentioned alley, about (30 feet. An indisputable title will accompany each of the «aid lots For further information enquire of the subscriber, viilii whom all persons indebted to. or having demands against liuijamin IV. Hraekin, are requested m settle. t\ ilniiiigtiin. 5th mo. lôtli, 1828. LEA H SKY. 8—.',iii. a a Notice. A 1,L persons indebted to the estates of John -»"-.S pringer, or An.ni Springer, both late of Mill : k Hundred, dec'll, are requested to make im mediate payment : and those having claims to pre -ent their account • legally attested for settlement, to JUS FA J US 1'IS, Adtulr, if Ex'or. I w-It p A new and ©HEAP Bétail, and Wholesale Cre July 10, 1320 f# rover y Store, Now opened hy tlie Suh- rher. at the North East corner of Market and High Streets ; where may l e bad at the lowest current prices, the frMowing articles, with all others kept at any establishment cf a similar character. - Am isecil Cordials, Sugars, Con* c, Teas, l\ ;>j c*r, AJspiee, Cloves '•*'U£;ii House Molasses, Nuttn^ps, 'West India do. I Miivu, I. Linger, IL-n gal m' r «trained Oil, »painsii Indigo, .»nmner do. do. Oliiicutaie ul 1-t, &'2il quality,iLuiiiii.ijii do. Sivect Oil in auitlea 8 I'lasks^Coaisi Salt, Illiode Island pine apple & (iround oo. fiapsapu riie>-ses, d"- , . ÄSitttÜ rs AMÄ juice ana lUnvy , I Almonds, liuisins and Figs, [Spermaceti, mould and dip» Candles. With xui assort ment ot* Brooms &. Brush ti., 0kc, Lc. IB and) , North Fast Hum h Am Gin, Madeira & Port M ne, Linbon 'IVner lie do. do. Sherry .V. Mala;.; Life of Man, Perfect Loved Uiiiniinion, t'enpei-mipt N. B. Conutiy produce, taken in barter, and kulil «n commission. GEO. LOCKYER. 1—3m Wilmington, May 1st, 1328. by To Rent, And possession given immediately, a Commodious three storv b r ick house, late the residence of Doctor JOHNSON, No. 94, King-street, ply at No. 97, Market-street. Wilmington, July 22. For terms ap ROBERT PORTER. If m anted A T BEAVER FACTORY, (about ' mile from Dutton's Tavern on Concord Turnpike,) C. e family with three or four children, fit to work in a Woollen Factory, to whom liberal wages will he given. L. SAC RISTE. 23—Imp. Improved Ilydruuts. As tin- 1 inhabitants ot V\ il ^_mingtou are about introducing the water of the Hrindy wine into their dwellings, the sub scribers, (plumbers of Pliiludel jiliia,) beg leave to submit to the citizens of the Borough EËj 6 valuable improvements some in the construction ot Hyd and draw cocks. HANTS Their improvements Imve been recoininended by the Ci ty Councils, and watering com mittee of Philadelphia, honor jgS- ed by an award of the extra I Magellanic Premium by the j American Philosophical Society, f and the Scot Premium by the Agricultural Society. The advantages of their Hydrants over the com rj kind are as tnllow : l'hey can be taken up without digging orbreak- , ing the pavement ; They do not freeze in winter : They are not liable to frequent or expensive re m I!::,' Il ill mon pairs ; The corks will probably last lomrrr than twenty years while the cocks of the red cedar and common hydrants frequently break and wear on* in I year. HYDRANTS ofjjyery construction tixed— Iron and lead pipes of the tir»! quality— Lead pumps for ri». -»cos ; Baths and Plumbers work of every description fitted up at Philadelphia prices, by *L & W. EWING, In Market-et. 2 «quares ahovetlie Town Hall, where the public are invited to call and examine their im provements. N. H. As the Subscribers manufacture their lead pipes themsp|vo«t They warrant them capable ol bearinganv pressure they may lie subject to in the waterworks. J. &r W. EWING. Wllatimrtnn. July, ltd 1823. t, Public Sale of Building Lots. I UKSHANT to the la=t "'ill and Testament ol John Morton, late ol the City ot I'lnla lelphia. deceased, there will be offered at public sale on the ninth dav of the eighth month next, on the pie mises, in the Borough of Wilmington, Thirty Seven liuddinet Lots, -itunte on the Easterly side of French street, anti fronting iherciip'in : 18 of said lots lay between Ches ittt and Elizabeth streets, and each containing a front oflS feet 1 inches, except the otic le, unding on Tiy.nbeth, whit It is 18 feet 3 inches ; ITol said 1 ts lav between Elizabeth arid Dickinson streets, anti have each a front of 17 feet 8 inches, except the one bounding on Dickinson, which is 1" teet 7 in The remaining two lots lay northward ul Dickinson street, and have each a Iront ot 22 teet. I be aforesaid lots all extend 1U7 Icet two inches in deptli froin French street, to a 25 leet wide alley running parallel tvi'li said street. Possession may be had on the 25th of 3 Mo. next. Sale to bpgin at 2 o'clock. I*. M. when the conditions and terms ol payment, (which will be easy for the purchaser^ will be made known bv I* on st. or cl»t*s. ROBERT MORTON. JOHN R. COATES. DANIEL B. SMITH, JAMES CAN BV. Executors. Wilmington, 7th Mn. 25. 1828. — ts 4. ii risl ian Traveller. Just received and for sale here, The Christian Traveller, in five parts; including a space of nine years of the Authors life, in which he travelled 18000 miles, principally in the South ern and western States, intrenching the gospel a» a Missionary, written m lhe Epistolary form. ieated to the Connecticut and American I iome Mis- I siomiry Society, by their fellow servant, ISAAC HEED. Ded The purchaser of this work will not only obtain an interesting bonk, but reward a worthy, and poor minister of whom the subscriber has some know ledge—The price is ffiy cents. July 20. R. POUTER. Notice. ^|fHEREAS David Wilson, of Cantwells Bridge, * " Merchant—has this day executed a deed of Assignment, of all his estate, real ami personal, to the Subscriber» in tnast for the benefit of hiscredi tors Notice is hereby given to all having demands , . . .. - / It... ... ", , . against the Said David \\ iLon, to forward a state ment ot their claims to the subscribers, within nirie ty days, from this date ; and all persons indebted to him are requested to make payment to the subscri .]•■ WWÄ i -m ta o.». pelled by process of law. SAMUEL THOMAS, ARNOLD N MJDAIN, DANIEL COKBIT, Cantwells Bridge, JulyQQ, 1828. ! Assignees. 29-8t Administrator's Sale. be exposed to sale, on Wednesday, the ® ® 6th of August next, at 10 o'clock in the morning, at the late residence of Doct. J. Johnson, deceased No. 94. King street— ALL HIS PERSONAL PROPERTY. Consisting of beds, bedsteads and bedding, bu reaus, tables, chairs, carpets, andirons shovels & tongs, china and crockery ware, two stoves, tubs, pots, kettles, knives and forks, and other household and kitchen furniture. ALSO, a number of Medical and miscellaneous books, surgical instruments, i$*c. &c. &c. Should the day be very unfavourable, the sale will be-post poned. Conditions made known at sale hv e a K. PORTER, Adm'r. N. It Persons who have borrowed books or oth er articles of the deceased, will please return them previous to day of sale. Wilmington, July 23, 1823. DESPATCH LINE, -s^ ffl® Wï-^: iÆSüoi v . I'vowv l'\v\\»u\v\\Wiiift Vo B\ Steam anil C'nnnl Boats and Stages. ' THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT. T HE Steam P>oat Baltimore , • 'apt. WhiMen. will leave Pine streeI wharf. Philadelphia, (,„ every Monday. W ednesday and Pridiy morning, at 6 o'clock, for Delaware ( ity. Passengers will dien take the elegant Cana! Buge. Lady Clinton, ('apt. Kedtliu, for St. Georges, where the Dover mail Stages will always he in waiting to convey the paa sengers to Dover, anti other parts of the Peel' su | a _ Returning, leaves Dover. Tuesday, Thursday and Sato, •day mornings, at 5 n'rluck. and arrives in Philadelphia, at 5 n'rlnrk. I'. M. F'.KF I'o De'aware City St. Gringos ' - Cantwell's Bridge Blackbird Smyrna , 551 25 1 30 2 Oft , 2 50 ■ .3 00 3 50 N. R. Passengers, by thi.«route will meet with node tantion in gain" t<> the fbflmvrg town*, Cantwell's Bridge, Black Bird. Smyrna. Dover, Camden, Mil fnril, Milton, Georgetown, MilLbnru. and tnSanw. A. HARRIS St Co. • Proprietors. 29-tf hill. July 90. 1828. Fifty dollars Reward THE Hurrying Shop of the Subscriber, in Front between Shipley and Grange streets, was br oken open, on Saturday night la»t and between 3 and 4 Doz. finished calfskins stolen therefrom. The above reward will he given for the recovery of the Leather and apprehending the thief or thieves. a Lin lbs a. de.xney. 2D— :/«. IVHmin2.1 nit, July *20. Six ('cuts Reward. U AN A WAY from the subsetiber, living in F.ast Noilinglmui Township. Chester Cnutnv, Peiui sylviinia, a bov named \A li.LIA.Vl DOWNEY, aged tiiulteen years, an indented appreiuire In the paper making bossiness, buy back, charges paid. I him at tile risk of the puiaity ot tl July 20. ol a on ts V hoever will bring the shall have the above reward, hut no All persons are liubiil harbouring law. JOHN FALLS. 2<J—it An Ordinance TO PRO! ECT AND SECT RE THE WATER It ORES OF THIS BOROUGH AGAINST DAMAGE OR INJURE. Be it Ordained by the Burgesses and Borough Council of the Borough of I Vilmiugton, That if my person or persons shall, after the passage ol this Ordinance, break, injure, or do any damage whale ver. to the pump, pump-house, or machinery erectei! on the Brandywine for the purpose of supplying thi Btnougli with water ; or to the pipes or conduits laid for the passage of the water through this Borough ; or to the fire-plugs, hydrantsor pumps, or stop-va ters appertaining to, or connected with the same; or shall throw or put any stones, filth, or any foreign matter or substance whatever, into the basins or to servons ; or shall break down, damage, or injure the fences or paling which enclose the same, or any buil ding or buildings connected therewith; or »bail dig or break the earth in anv of the streeis, lanes nr al eys of this Borough, fir the purpose ol ilisiuiuhig ir injuring the pipe* or conduits, or ol obstructing die passage of water through the same ; or < liter die iot on which the basins are erected, w ithout permi sioii ; every person so offending, and every per-un aiding and abetting the same, «hull forfeit and pay for every such offence, a line not exceeding lift y Dollars ami not less than Eire Dollars, tobe recov ered. with costs, before either of the Burgesses, in the same manner as debts under fifty dollars are re coverable by law : and even such per-un shall, also, be liable to an action to make good the damage- : and the high and peiit Constables are hereby dim t ed and enjoined diligently to inquire after and pm ->ecuie all who shall hereafter offend in the promise-. J AMES «ROBSON, just Burgess. Passed at tiro Town Hall, Jan. 2, 1828. I ". Dr. A. (J. HULL'S DATENT HINGE TRUSS. S veral years experience lias estabiihhed the superiority ot Uns Truss over all tonner invent it i.s; it cun be worn wilti more ea^e and safety,as well a-» w ith iur realer beneid •* the patient. It acconmvdates itself «o eveiy nation and position of the body, pi*scrvtng at the same time a coi»* s aut, uniform, und easy pressure tipon lire par's to which it is applied, and is in tact the only effectual insli nment f» r die IlfcUKF und CL HE t)t 11 hit MA or UlIi'TUHK. Sold in Wilmington (at lit Proprietor'* price by ll"* subscriber, sole agent tor this S*ate. E. B. VAUGHAN. No. 44 Maikei Su-eet Wilmington 11—tv May 27. A Cook Wanted, To whom liberal wages will be given, inquire at this Office. 24-i I Jßlkton Hank dVofei RECEIVED at PAR for Dry Goods at No. 71, Market Street. EDWARD T. BAILEU Wilmington, June 20. 3m CAlVttS, BUJs'lW, X.C. WILL BE DONE IN EITHER BLACK, RED, BLUE, or GREEN INK, With neatness and despatch, at the Office of : :, e Delaware Journal, No. 97. Mark t-St N. R. All orders will lie attended with pi-oiap ness.