Valuable Property at Sheriff's Sale, at
Dover, Kent county, Delaware.
ity virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fucius, to me
directed, will be exposed to PUBLIC SALE, at
the House of Abel Harriss, in the town of Dover
on MONDAY, the first day of SEPTEMBER
next, at TEN o'clock, A. M.
TKe Steam Boat tVankYvn,
Now lying at Dover Landing 6 miles hence.
T lilS heavily timbered Boat is- built of the best
materials and coppered to her Bends, her Steam
'Engine, for simplicity of construction and durabil
ity, is not surpassed by any on the Delaware, and
the quantity of fuel requsite to keep it in motion at
its utmostforr.e, is comparatively small. The Frank
lin runs well, is handsomely fitted up, and can
fortably accommodate one hundred passengers. She
will be sold with or without her Apparel and Fur
niture, as may best suit purchasers. Also eight
Stage Coaches, of the latest and most approved con- j
etruction, nearly new. Also from to to -lot) Horses j
that have been mostly tried and not found wanting in
the desirable qualities of that noble quadruped.
Among these are the besthorses ever seen in Dela
war e.and it is doubted,» hether there ever wn= exhib
ited, in the United States, so many line horses to
be sacrificed in one day under the hammerof a Slier
The above property being seized and taken in
execution as the property of the i'hiladelphia, Do
ver, and Norfolk Steam Boat and Transportation
Company, will he sold without leserve by
NEUEM l ATI CLARK, »S h'ff of Kent county.
Dover, 1 &th jlug. 3ü ts.
the part of the creditors, to
W'E are also authorised,
state, that on Friday the 29th of the prevent month (Au*
gust) will he sold, at Seaford, in the county of Sussex, by
the Sheriff of that county, the following property, to wit :
The elegant Steam Boats Norfolk and Philadelphia
former of which was budt in Philadelphia, by M \ Samuel
Grice of that city, an t the latter by Mr. Charles Porter &
Son, of New-York,in the winter of 1025-6. Both boats
arc most substantially built, and of the best materials, and
designed to navigate boisterous waters—they ale copper
fastened, and newly coppered to the bends*— have first rate
engines, on the plan of Bolton h Wates, and are fitted op
in a style not surpassed in tins, or perhaps, any other o un.
try. They underwent thorough repair»Iasi winter intlic
city of Baltimore, and ale now in complete order
also, on the day, and at the place aforesaid, will !
sundry Stages ana Horses, of the quality and
mentioned in the foregoing advet ti-eim n , kc.
The Editors of the Commercial Advertiser and Evening
Post, in the City of Ne*.v Votk,the United St.de-> Ga/ttte
■NatiuiKdG i 2 e.it e, of Philadelphia, the Baltimore Patriot j
and Baltimore Republican, in Bailunore, t!»e Norfolk l»ea-i
«ton, at Norfolk, the Hichmotid Enquirer, at lhclimon.1, and !
the Easton Gazette, at ËuiUm, in too State of Maryland, are •
r« que»it*d to in-ert the foregoing adverti.'ement and notice j
pertive papers, and fbnva.d 'heir hills to the;
tfaid Sheriti ol Kent ('oiiiity, by the first day of September
be sold !
NEU EMl.MI CLARK, SVf. of Kent t'».
, Del. Aug. 15, 1828-oGtfi.
Postponement of the sale of the Steam
Tl IF sale of the above property at Dover in Kent
County, is postponed to Wednesday the 10th day
of September next : and the sale of the above pro
perty at Seaford, in Sussex County, is postponed to
Monday tbe Otis day of September, at which times
and places, as above mentioned it will rno-o post
tivgly besold. NEHEMIAII CLARK. Sh'ff.
Of Steam Boats, Stages and Horses,
IN THE STALE oV DELAWARE.
By virtue of several writs of tbe State
of fieri facias, to tbe Sheri ft' of Sussex County,
directed, there will be exposed to
- At Seaford in said County, on Monday the 8th ot
Sept. 1828, the following property, belonging
Ihe Philadelphia, Dover aod Norfolk Steam Boat
and Transportation Company, that is to say ; Two
Steam Boats, the Philadelphia and the Norfolk, of
nhout-2G9 tons burthen each, built in 1820, of the
best materials and workmanship, lately examined
and coppered. Engine of low pressure, ami a new
set of boilers in the Philadelphia, tilget her with all
their tackling, cabbin amt other furniture of great
variety and such as are common on hoard Strain
Boats, and each Boat now ready for immediate em
ployment. Also two Stages, and twenty head of
the first rate Horses witli Harness. All seized and
taken in execstion, and to be sold for the pay
ment of the debt3 of the said company, by
JU1IN COLLINS, Sh'ff.
P. S. lam requested to state, that on Monday
the first day of September, the properly belonging to
said Company, that is to say, the Steam Boat Frank
lin, her Tackling and Furniture, Stages, Horses.
Wharf. Stables, o:c. will be sold bv tbe Sheriff of
JOHN COLLINS, Sh'ff
jPor Sale , *1 Farm ,
On the Delaware river, about three miles below
Port Penn, containing about 700 acres, more or
less, principally Marsh, known by the name ol Long
Island. This Farm though not in it good state ol
cultivation, might for a trilling expense be made a
valuable Grazing Farm, and will be sold on very
On Christiana Creek, about two miles below tbe
Christiana Bridge, containing about 160 acres, a
good portion of wood-land.
As it is presumed that any person wishing to pur
chase, will view the property, it is deemed tinneces
sary to give a more particular description. For
termsaunly to JOHN NIVIN,
London Britain Township. Chester County Penn,
SAMUEL W. WOODLAND,
near St. Georges, Del. or
DAVID B. NIVIN,
June 17, 1823.
Î SHALL apply to the General Assembly of the
State of Delaware, at their Session in January
next, for an Act to divorce me from my husband,
Oliver E. Marshall. MARY It. MARSHALL,
July 20, 1828. 31-Ctp
Cribson & Mather,
ESPECTFLM.V inform their friends and the
Citizens of Wilmington generally, that they
the above business in all its branches a
No. \3, North Side of the Lower Market ; where
they keep constantly on hand
of all descriptions of the best quanlity, together
with LEAD and IKON PIPES, calculated for con^j
veying water into private bouses ; which they!
öfter on the most reasonable terms. ]
G. & M. flatter themselves, that from their long]
and intimate acquaintance with the Plumbing ßust-J
ness in Philadelphia ; they will be able to givegen-j
eral satisfaction. Those who wish the Brandywine!
water conveyed into their houses,will please apply»
as above. If a more particular reference is want-)
ed, please callon Mr. JosErn Giutbb.
Wilmington, June 17, 1828.
j suftir.cni t<
l»ea-i The following n-r.iuim
and ! graduate of the I'niveisi
are • of the late Dr. S II. Bart
notice j Natural History and Botany,
J, ALBRIGHT S
COLUMBIAN SYRUP .
'pfHS Medicine haï» proved itself a sovereign remedy
■*- wiien all other means have faded, in curing the follow*
ing diseases, viz.
, or affections of the bones* King's Evil, or Scro
filial White Swelling ! Inveterate Ulcers, Liver and Bili*
plaints ; Rheumatic affections of the head and sysJ
of the Mouth and Throat ; l)is
«ein generally ; Uicers
charges from the Ears ; Syphilis and all diseases arises- 1
g from an imp. ««per use ot Mercury
A* a general dépurai ive, or cleanser of the blood, this
iu.ddt* powers, and has proved ii
id utr.umu alterative ;
sold ! self highly b
. Also when gi'
children after vaccination.
;* published in its favour
urces, showing its superior
and other remedies, are
its, bevond a parallel.
onerous test m
hat oi I
y ot Pennsylvania, and .student
ii, El'ufc.ssor of Materia Medica,
the University of Penn.
nd.ilor'v notice, is fr
Medical Recommendatory Notice.
uiiuiK-iided Hu: use oi J. Albnglu*»
lab a Syrup" hi my pnvu'-e practice I* u* nearly two years,
and having wnncsseil na decided eilicac>, in many cases
winch had previously resisted the usual remedies,l now with
uiucti pleasmc give my tesnin-my in its favour, by staling
that l have preset ibed the ti»rup with great success, m Ui
ceiatinn ot ti e M mm and Throat ; Scrofulous diseases;
Rileumalic ftftectioivof the Head ; Liver complaint; Chi-»*
nie Rhemmitism ; scald heuu ; Discharges from the ears ;
diseases prevailing among children particularly; Carious
affection of the b nes ; Mercuiial cases and secondary
Syphilis. 1 he length of time many ot the diseases have
heei » curl'd, convinces me they are permanent; and ma\
with propriety be said, that its healing qualities rank it
among tue first remedies of the presets day.
JOHN J. M AY WEG, M. 1).
striking instance of the
y "1 die Columbian Syiup, over that ot
Panacea and C..tholicons ; although iia.se .Medicines weie
igc extent without efiect, and the disease still
progressing, the Syrup stftei being presenbed but a short
tune, checued the pr«»grt**s of the disease and in a lew
utondis pcldoi tiled a perfect cur«*.
certificate is a
uxnl W I
An important cure |
Connecticut Hciakl or January 15, 18-8. 1 w:
willi wandering pains in diilcrent parts of my body, which
commenced m Hie Spring of 1822, and lasted about 18
months, from vviiicn time it settled in my right knee and
began to swell, and continued swollen during the winter.
1 tried many things to heal it, but all to no efiect. In the
month of March, 1824-, it ulcerated and broke—from that
time it spiead to a laige soio, which was two inches in di
ameter. In Ai usi, the same year, the ulcers began
the lower part ot my knee pan, gathered and broke there
and spi tad to the size of a man's hand. During the fall
and winter, 1 had the advice of many surgeons and phy
sicians, but all to no purpose; it continued to .go grow
worse* In the summer of 1826,1 took 8 bottles of Scott's
Panacea, from winch l found
without effect. In January, 1827, I began
itacea, and that also failed of affording relief, but my leg
was very bad. Sixteen large ulcers were on my leg,
on the calf four inches in dumater, one on my knee the
vze of a man's hand, one above on the outside of my thigh
four inches in diameter, and U small ones. On the' 8U...I
April, 1827,1 began on the Columbian Syrup, and m two
mont h» and a half my leg was healed up soundly and ha*
This cure 1 attribute to the use of Jocob Albright's
Columbian Syrup. 1 am now well and can walk any rea
sonable distance with convenience.
tormed by J. Albright's " CO
in New Haven, copied from ihi
relief ; in the fall of the
ir, 1 tuuk 4 bottle-* ot Pot'ei*s Cutholicon, also
New Haven, January 15tli 1828.
All communications and orders, pest paid, from any part
of the world, directed to die subscriber, will meet prompt
attention. J. ALlIIlHillT, 103 Arch st. Philadelphia
Oj* Sold bv appointment by
E. II. VAUGHAN.
No. 44, Market street Witminaton.
May 27, 1828,
$ 100 Reward.
Runaway from the Subscriber, on Saturday night
tbe 2d. Instant, u Mulatto boy called Moses,.about
a eighteen years old, and has about 12 years to serve,
He is about five feet, eight or nine inches high,
straight and slender built, and walks very erect,
Had on a Utah Cloth Coatee, tow linen shirt and
trowsers. Fur hat, and a pair of Monroe boots ; anil
took with him a pair of Drab Cloth pantalets, blue
striped round about and other clothing not recollect
One hundred Dollars Reward will be given, upon
delivering b;m to the Subscriber, or 75 dollars if
secured in jail so that he mav be recovered.
Near Warwick, Cecil Co. Md.
Aug. 5th, 1828.
A Ccok Wanted,
To whom liberal wages will bo given, inquire at
_ T1IE Stockholders of the Wilmington and l'hila
- - delphia Turnpike Company, are hereby noti
lied, that a Dividend of 3 per cent, on the stock o
of said Company, for the last six months, will be
payable on or after the 20th inst. by
EDWARD TATNALL, Trras'r.
Cth mo. 7th.
•«7 HE Subscribers being desirous of declining the
V Mercantile business at St. Georges—oiler at
private sale, their stock of goods.
This stand is acknowledged to he one of the best
the County for business—and will be much im
proved upon ihe opening of the Canal—as there is
situation on the Canal that will afford so good an
opportunity for an extensive business being done in
the grain and lumber way.
A lease for the store houses will be given to the
purchaser of the goods
JOHN SUTTON & SON.
St Georges, August, 8. 1828.
ELKTON BANK NOTES IN' PAYMENT.
To woollen and Colton Manufacturers and others.
MILL SEAT AND FARM
THE Suliscriber offers for Sale bis Mill-sent
ami Farm, in East Nottingham, Cecil county, Mary
within three miles of North-East, and six miles
from Elkton. From botli places there is water com
munication every day to Baltimore ; and when the
Delaware Canal is finished, which is expected this
summer, a water communication is opened to Phil
adelphia. The fall of water is fifty feet, sufficient
at all seasons of the year to drive ten thousand
spindles—several churches within a few miles—and
a post-office within a short distance. For healthi
ness it is not surpassed by any place in the United ! p
Slates. Stone on the place sufficient to erect ail
the necessary buildings, and a race already made.
Forty acres in wood, and at a small expense, thirty
or forty acres of meadow may be made. For terms,
apply to the subscriber in Baltimore, or to Joseph
Ilarian, Esq. uear the premises, who will show
Ilaltimrrrc, June 20
WIT T RR QH T n AT T>i)i\r v q a i t
V, , , A 1 PRIVA 1 E SALE,
A URLLABLY to the last will and testament of
-**■ Um Lindsey, dec'd. the Fai mon which lie
JOSEPH G. PARTRIDGE.
A \ uluvCble Form ïov* Sale.
resided, near New Ark, said to contain 137 acres,
30 of which is woodland, 7 acres meadow, and Ihe
balance arable. It lays adjoining lands of F. H.
Uoltzbeckcr, Jno. Pitner, Xachuriah Jones, ami oth
ers, on the road from Christiana to Elkton. It is
well watered and as productive as any lands in the
neighbourhood. It is laid otf into six fields which
are well set in timothy ami clover. The improve
f |t raents are a good log dwelling House, with
a 11- three rooms on a floor, Barn, Stables, &c.
A well of excellent water at the door,
so a very good apple orchard,
uation and well worth the attention of those who
disposed to vest their money in lands.
if the above Farm should not besold at private
sale belore the 2d day of February next, it will on
that day be offered at public sale at the house of
James Frazier, in New Ark, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Any person disposed to purchase will apply to the
Subscribers, who will show the property and make
known the terms.
There is al
It is a desirable sit
ELIZABETH LINDSEY, Exe'x.
JAMES ANDERSON, Executor.
New Ark, August 15th, 1828.
A L persons indebted to the estate of GEORGE
W WORRELL, late of Wilmington, deceased,
are requested to make immediate payment; and
those having claims to present their Accounts legally
attested, fur settlement, to "
EDWARD WORRELL, Executor.
August 21, 1828j 36—4tp.
Ipmrovecl My cirants.
As the inhabitants of VVil
JJmington are about introducing
the water of the Brandywine
into their dwellings, the sub
scribei's, (plumbers of Philadel
phia,) beg leave to submit to
the citizens of the Borough
some valuable improvements
in the construction of Hyd.
rants and draw cocks.
Their improvements have
been recommended by the C»
ty Councils, and watering com
mittee of Philadelphia, honor
ed by an award of the extra
Magellanic Premium by the
American Philosophical Society ,
and the Scot Premium by the
The advantages of their Hydrants over the com
non kind are as tollow :
! They can tie taken up without digging orbreak
ng the pavement ;
They do not freeze in winter ;
I They arc not liable to frequent or expensive
The cocks will probably last longer than twenty
;ears while the cocks of the red cedar and common
tyd runts frequently break and wear out in 1
, HYDRANTS ot every construction fixed—
Iron and lead pipes of the first quality—
h Iron pipes put down at 40 cents per foot.
I Lead pumps for cisterns ; Baths and Plumbers
vork of every description fitted up at Philadelphia
Prices, by J. &, W. EWING,
q Market-st. 2 squares above the Town Hall, where
[he public are invited to call and examine their im
N. B. As the Subscribers manufacture their lead
wipes thernselvcst They warrant them capable of
pcaring any pressure they may be subject to in the
J. iV* IV. EWING.
Wilmington. July , 'M. Jft'ift.
©Oi® As 'ÎTiSFDïa&g#
NFOKMS the inhabitants ot'W ilrnington mid its
•vicinity, that lie will remain a few (lavs in this
place, ami will attend lo the different branches of
He has testimonials of his character and skill from
the most reputable sources.
A. T. may be consulted at .Vary Dixon's
170. 197, M/lUKST-STaEUT.
Or will attend at the residence of those who
may wish it.
August 20M, 1828
For sale, the Farm
O F the Subscriber, « hielt is situate iu Kent Coun
ty, Maryland, on Chester River, about 1 miles
from the Head of Chester, and two miles from New
Market. It contains from 275 to 300 acres of land,
about forty or fifty acres of which is woodland,
well covered with wood and limber ; the residue
is all cleared and cultivated. The soil is of excel
lent quality, and few farms arc more advantageous
ly situated. There is a good
Shad and Herring Fishery
Belonging to the Farm, and wild fowl are plenty
in their season, particuh-rly CANVASS-BACK
DUCKS. The persons who have resided there
have enjoyed remarkably good health. Th* build
arc a Dwelling-House and kitchen,
meat-house, corn-house, granary, stable and
poultry house. There is a well of good water in
The undersigned wishes to sell this property at
private sale. ; but if not sold before the first (lay ot
( )ctol)er next, it will, on that clay, he offered at pub
ic side on the premises. For te rns apply to the
Subscribernt 4 his residence in Kent County aforesaid.
Captain Nathaniel Comegys who lives adjoining,
or the overseer upon the premises, will show the
property to any persons wishing to view the same
August ■!, 1828.
N'oUcc, to Teachers.
T HE umlersigneil IrtpIiv give notice, that under
the rules ami regulation« for the government ot
Newark Academy, adopted by the Trustees ol that
Institution at their semi-annual meeting iu April
last, two competent Teachers being required to con
duct the same, the one to take cltarge of the (lepait
ment of Languages—the other of the Mathematical
department ; they will receive applications from
persons well recommended for those situations, t"
whom when engaged they will be assigned on tint
13th of October next. The Teacher ol languagt 1
(who is to be Rector) to receive for his services, a
compensation of $G0t) per annum—the Teacher or
the Mathematical Department, a compensation ci
S8500. The Trustees will meet at Fraziet's Ilote',
in Newark on the ITth and 18th of September nest,
on which days application may be made to the und- r
signed, if not made before at their respective place-,
E. W. GILBERT, Wilmington,
A. GRAY, near Newark,
R. Graham, New-London X Roads.
Committee appointed by Trustees ot New
ark Academy to procure Teachers.
"Dissolution of Partnership.
T HE partnership heretofore existing under the
firm o (Valentine AVNeal vÇ- Son, is this dav dis
solved by mutual consent. Those indebted to the
late firm will make immediate paymemt toV.M
Neal, who is authorised to settle its concerns.
Wilmington, April 20, 1828.
The business will he continued as usual, bjf Jama
M'Ncnl, at Nos. 38 and 100 , Market St.
H_1- - ■ f
ASOOKS I—J500KS l
8—So 1 .
JUST arrived, and now on sah
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