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ÜSTiW; SHERIFF'S SALE.
ByvWtOe of* wtlt öf Venditiohi Exponas, to me directed, will be ex posed to Publio Vendue, on Tuesday the 10th day of January 18(30, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the door of the Court House in Broadkiln hundred, tho following Real Estate, t6 wit: V 4 ' No, 1. A tract, piece or parcel of * -land situate in Broadkiln Hundred, Sussex county, containing 130 acres more or less, adjoining lands of Tho . - nuts B. Sipple, Pinkey Pettyjohn , li *tid others, with a story and ahalf 1 ©welling House and other out hou rs' se», and apple orchard thereon, sub jeefto the widow's dower. it No. 2. A tract, piece or parcel f-irif Land, situate in the hundred and ~* eounty aforesaid, called the Dean ' i Farm, adjoining lands of John C. •» Caihoon, William Pettyjohn, Maria jrDutton and lot no'.l, contoining 100 • tacres more or less, with a story and » nhalf Dwelling House and other out -.•■houses thereon, subject to the wi dow's dower. No. 3.' A tract, piece or parcel ■ of Land, situate in the hundred and county aforesaid, containing 45 t acres more or loss, called tho Mar ie shall tract, adjoining lands of Eli Roach, John Messick and others, ■* subject to the widow's dower. No. 4. The reversionary interest ,0f the defendant in a tract, piece or parcel of Land, situato in the hun ■- deed and county aforesaid, contain ing 132 acres more or less, with a single story Dwelling House and other out houses thereon, adjoining lands of Maria Dutton, William S. Short, lot no. 1, and others. No. 5. The reversionary interest of the defendant in a tract, piece or parcel of Land, situate in the hun dred anil county aforesaid, contain ing 85 acres, more or less, adjoining * lot no. 4. and lands of Maria Dut ton, William S. Short, and others. * * Seised and saken in exécution as the property of Levin Pettyjohn, and will be sold for cash by C. C. Stocki.ky, L. Sh'ff. ggfTen per cent, of tho purch ' ''use money will be demanded on the fifty of sale. _ SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas, to me directed, will be ex posed to Public Vendue, on Tues day the 10th day of January 1860, at 2 O'clock in tht* afternoon, at the . door of tho Court House, in Broad kiln Hundred, the following Real •Estate, to wit—A tract, piece or parcel of Land, situate in Broad kiln hundred, Sussex county contain — ing 110 acres, more or less, with a , ■ single story Dwelling House, smoke house, stables, and other out houses thereon,- adjoining lands of Levin 'Pepper, Burton Hart, Robert Green ly, and others. Seized and taken in execution as the property of Stephen H. War rington, and will be sold for cash by O. C. Stocklby, L. Sh'ff. » î #S§"Ten per cent, of the puroh- - -*80 money will be demanded on the •day of sale. - SHERIFF'S SALE, By virtue of a Writ of Venditioni Exponas, to nie directed, will b* ex posed to Public Vendue, on Tues day the 10th day of January i860, at 2 "o'clock in the afternoon, at the door of the Court House, in Broad kiln hundred, the . following Real Éstato; to w its No. 1. A tract of Land situate in Indian River hundred and Sussex County, containing 160 acres, more less, Wilfr a single story Dwelling , House and other out houses thereon, ndjoining lands Qf Capt. John M. riiillLp», William Rodney and others. No. 2. A tract of Land, situate in DagBborough hundred, Sussex county, containing 175 acres, more ». or loss, adjoining lands of Minos Messick, Benjamin Elhngsworth, " and others. «.. Seized and taken in -execution as the property of Matilda Hazzard otherwise calleff Matilda Clifton, and will be sold for cash by C. O. Stockley, L. Sh'ff. UC5L.Ten por cent of the purch ' ase money will be demanded on the day of sale. e •or ing House and other out houses i SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas, to me directed, will be ex posed to Public Vendue, on Tuesday tiie 10th day of January 1860, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the door * of the Court House, iu Broadkiln hundred, the following Real Estate, to wit:—Alibis interest, said to bo (the half undivided part of a Lot of Land, situate in tho town of Lewes, Lewes & Rehoboth bundled, Sussex county, formerly the property of riaTm-n«-, with a two story Dwcll J - thfereon. ft 5 «S'eized and taken in execution as tho property, of Elisha P. Burton, deceased, aud will be sold for cash by J,C. C. Stocklby, L. Sh'ff. v SST'Ten per cent, of the purchase money will be demanded on the day of sale. ffs ' GET A GOOD LIKENESS. The undersigned announces to the citizens of Georgetown and vicinity, that he has taken a room in the COURT HOUSE, and is prepared to take all kinds of LIKENESSES in th* best Style, fiom SO rents up. He has on hand all kinds of gilt Frames fer the parlor; and fine Gold LOCKETS. Persons desiring a good likeness, at a low price, shonld not fail to embrace this opportunity. Call soon as my stay will be short. J. S. GRAHAM. , WOOD!!! Good, sound oak or maple wood, for th« Jail and Court House, want ed at WILLIN'«. MILLING . The subscriber? would announce to the public, that their Mill at MIDDLEFORD, is in excellent order, and is prepared to rind wheat, corn, buckwheat, in the est order, at short notice. They keep on hand and for sale, a good supply of Flour of the best quality. ESS^Thev would inform the citizens of Georgetown and vicinity, that they will continue t» supply them, every Tuesday, with superior home made FLOUR, aud also, seperior BUCK WHEAT FLOUR. J. ff J. M. RAWLINS. No. AS—tf. NO TICE. The firm of F. C. Jones £ Son is dissoved by mutual consent. The business will be settled by Wm. F. Joues, who is authorized to closo up the old accounts. Persons indebted to Baid firm are requested to come forward and make settlement on or before the first day of January next, or the accounts will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection. P. 0. JONES & SON. N. B. The business will be contin ued at the old stand, by P. C. Jones <f Co., who arc thankful to the old customers of the late firm for their liberal patronage, and would solicit a continuance of the same. 44—3ra. Stock of Ready Made Clothing for sale cheap for cash or country produce, at the store of P. C. JONES & CO. Georgetown, Del. Great Variety ÖF BOOTS AND SHOES At all prices, for sale at P. C. JONES 4- CO's. large! stock of dry GOOD§ of all kinds, at the lowest prices, at JONES 4 CO's. THE BEST «ROUERIES may be had at remarkably low prices, at P. C. JONES & GO'S. üpply of Buffnlo Robes for gale cheap at JONES <f- Ou's. a ggj^All kinds of Hard-Ware, Queena-warc, Drugs, Dye Stuff's, &e., cheap, at P, G. JONES & OO's. Highest Prices Paid for Corn and other country produce, at the cheap store of P. C. JONES $ CO. OF VALUABLE Real Estate. By virtue ; of a decree of the Chancellor, made at the Court of Chancery of the State of Delaware, held at Gooigotown, in and for Sus sex County, on the 20th day of De cember Inst past, I will expose to sale, and will sell to the highest and best bidder or bidders, at Public Auction, on Saturday, 31st day of December inst., at 2 o'clock P. M., at the Store House of John A. Haz zard, Esq., in South Milford, Cedar Creek Hundred, Sussex county, the following described valuable real estate, situated in Cedar Creek Hundred, Sussex county and State of Delaware aforesaid, to wit: No. 1. The Mansion Farm, con taining G21 acros aud 71 square perches, more or less, consists of arable, timber and marsh lapd, with the irrfproVements and appurtonan ces thereon, and adjoins lands of Lemuel Draper, Curtis S. Watson, and others. We arable ladd is en closed with a good and sufficient fence, and laid off into three Corive ment fields. It is n a state of good cultivation, and well adapted to the growth of corn, wheat, &c. Th'ere is a sufficient quantity of good oak It timber for the use of the farm. The marsh is of good quality, and will afford grazing for 100 head of cattle nearly all the year. The improve ments consist of a large and cornfor table two story frame Dwelling TT , ^ . p xrr. , ö House, ond a ane story frame Krtch en adjoining. Also, a large frame Barn, and other out-buildings, am pic and in good condition. There is also on the farm, an Apple Or chard in good beai-ing oonuition, ol well selected fruit. ( ; No. 2. A tract of Land contain ing 430 acres, more or less, of upland and marsh, and adjoining lauds of Nathaniel Ingram, Thomas J, Dtrvis, and the heirs of John Campbell, dec d, together with the improve ments and appurtenances thereon. The arable land, is uftdor fence, and divided into convenient fields. There is a large quantity of red cedar on this tract. No. 3. A tract of Land contain ing 47 acros & 105 perches, more or 1« 4.1 .- ;_5_' „-j las, with tho improvements and ap purtenances, and adjoining lands of Joseph Shepard, (Jurtis a. Watson, and tho heirs of George Rennott, dec'd. Of this tract, about four neres are arable, under fence, and in a state of good cultivation, with a single story frame House thereon; the residue is heavily set in black oak, white oak, and hickory Timber of the best quality. The above described lands present unusual advantages for purchasers. A school house adjoins tract no. *>. and a M. E. Church is Within half a mile of the same, and about two miles from nos. 1 & 2. There is a good saw mill at Cedar Creek, about four miles distant. The lands pos sess great natural resources for ma nure, and to any person in want of ' , . . J 1 . a marsh farm, an opportunity is offered seldom to be met with. Ihe lands are contiguous to, and have a commanding view of tho Delaware Bay. Large quantité s of lime have been and can be easily landed Qn the beach. The public road leading to Slaughter Beach divides tracts Nob. 1 & 2. The distance from Milford is about eight miles, where „ .... r r ? . facilities for forwarding produce to lhtladclphia may be had eithei by vessel or Railroad. The above and foregoing are the lands and premises late of John Campbell, Dec'd, and they will be sold subject to the fight of dower of his widow, Mary Campbell, in the whole of said lands and premises, and subject also to the right of dow er of Eliza Campbell; the widow of Robert S. Campbell, deceased, in and to the one sixth part of said lands and premises. / - TERMS OF SALE:—Ten per centum of the purchase money will be required to be paid to the Trus tee' oil the day of sale, which vtill be forfeited in ease the pUréhaser of purchasers fail to comply further order of the Cl whièb is, that the Whole of the pur chase money be paid to the Trustee on or before the first day of the next term of said Cotlft of Chancery, (March 13th 1800,)and by him de posited in the Farmers' Bank of the State of Delaware at Georgetown; and ft certificate of said deposit to be filed by the said Trustee, with tho Register of the said Court of Chan cery, with the hancellor. Jno. lit McFEE, Trustéo. Georgetown, Delaware, Dec. 5th '59. N. B. The purchasers will have to pay the expense of Deeds. NOTICE, Is hereby given, in pursuance of a further order of the Chancellor, to tho parties respectively interested! in the said lands and premises, and to all others having lions affecting the interest or title of said parties res pectively, to file With the Register of the said Court of Chancery in and for the County aforesaid; a pétition or petitions, setting forth ana exhib iting their interest and claims res pectively, on or before the first day of next Court, and to be and app at tlio next term of the said Court of Chancery, to be held in ttnd for the County aforesaid, and -.hen and there establish their respective claims; and abide such order and dccieri as may be made in relation to the same, and tho distribution of the money arising from the sale of the said lands and premises. By order of tho Chancellor. JOHN R. McFEE, Trustee. car -In.A.fc „ * VVflafc,Everybody Wants. 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THE UNIVERSITY'S FAMILY REMEDIES: Issned nndir the seal, Sarifctiori and au thority of THE UNIVERSITY FREE MEDICINE AND POPULAR KNOWLEDGE, Chartered by Hie -State of Pennsylva nia, April 29th. 1853, With a cam rxt or $ 100,000, Mainly for the purpose of arresting thé evils of spurious and worthless nos trums; also, for supplying the commu ffily with ■ RELIABLE ffEMÉDlÊS Wherever a competent Physician Can- not or will not be employed. This In- stitution, located in Philadelphia- Home Dispensary and Office, 822 Youth second street, where application for nfe'w agencies must be made to JOHN P. REEY, V résident. RowaNiCs celebrated Tome Mixture, knowu for upwards of tweenty-iivc tears its the only sure and safe cure for -•-Fever aNd ague, -yc., and his inestimable remedy for Bowel Complaints. Rowand's Compound Syrup of Blackberry Root, which highly improv ed and popular remedies, together with the University's Remedy for COM PLAINT'S of the Lugs, Bronchial af feçtious; The University's Remedy for Dispr.p sia or Indigestion, Costive-Bowels, Yore Eyes, Ear-Aehor Deafnesd, Tooth Ache, Fever and Ague (in Pills.) These Remedies are not like the nos trums of the day, but depend upon their intrinsic merit for popul ar favor. Also for sale at the Home Dispen sary, 32'A south* second street, Phila. phia, Dr, Cullen's celebrated Indian Vegetable Panacea, for the cure of scrofula, mercurial diseases and all other impuri ties of file Blood, and kis other ReinCffies For sale by Druggists and others throughout the United Ytates, Canada; Sit., and for sale by Jas, P. Barker, Georgetown; Dr. D, II. Houston, Lew t TV Y. Johnson, MiHsboro; John Rodney, Lewes; I. J. Jenkins, Yealord; E, J.- Pusey, W. r. Waller, E. J. Richardson, I.aurél; Lazarus TeTruer, near Laurel; Wm. Parkhurst, Dngsboro; Marlin Se Conwcll, Milton; Wuplcs < Hickman, Baltimore Milia; Dr, J. R. L»yton, Georgetown; Jas. W. Morgan, L'ocornd, N3.-i y a at Great Attraction! a Mw mi Am srssw GOODS. WILLIN & MOHR'S, SUCCESSORS te G. W. WILLIN as tion Its ces eye, Have just received from Phila delphia, a splendid stock of new and desirable FALL & WINTER GOODS, which they are selling at Awful Low Price« for Cash OR READY PAY. Their slock consists of every thing that is usually kept tn a country store. They have a large and splendid sto :k of lent is MI GOODS, Ready Made CLOTHING!!! by Hat s Sf Caps!! Hard-ware, Queens-ware, Sta tionery, &c , with a large lot of choice GROCERIES. The public is respectfully so licited to call and examine, as we are determined to sell as cheap or cheaper than anybody else for cash or ready pay. Come and see us, and "we will do you good." WILLIN & MORRIS. opposite the Messenger -OiFiee. CANVASSERS WANTED. Liberal Inducements to Agents! Fifty Dollars a Month and all Expenses Paid! We wish to engage an active A gent in every County throughout the United States and Canadas, to tra vel and introduce oür New Twenty Dollar Double Thread Lock Stitch Sewing Machine. This Excelsior Machine is just patented, with valu able improvements, which make it tho Cheapest and most popular ma chine in existence, and acknowled ged to be unsurpassed for general utility. A iimited number of re sponsible agents are Watted to licit orders by sample, to whom a Salary of $50 per month and expen ses will be paid; For conditions and fbil particulars aiddfesS, with stamp for tetdrn postage, , , J. W. HARRIS & CO. No. 13 Shoe & Leather Ex.ch 40—8t Boston, M« so ange, ass. . THE GREEN BOOK. Just Published, 150 pag«s, Price 25 cents; on Single and Married Life; or thé Institutes of Marriage; • its Intent, Obligations, arid Physical and. Legal Disqualifications; the rational treatment of all private diseases in both sexes, fyt. To Which' is added a poètical essay, en titled "Callipaediae; or the art of having aud rearing beautiful aud luallliy ehil dren, by the late Robert J. Culvcrwcll, Esq., M. D. périt free of postage, by the Publish ers, Chas. Kline fy Co"., Box 4686, New York, or Dexter tf Co., Whole sale Agents, 113 Nassau Ytreèt, New York. Agents wanted everywhere. Also, Gratis, an exrract and sample of the above, entitled: Dr. Culverwcll's Lecture on the rational treatment of Spermatorrhoea and private diseased generally, detailing the means by which invalids may effectually cure themsel ves without the use of dangerous medi cines, arid at but little expense ttf them selves. Sent free by mail in a secure envelope, oil the receipt of one stamp, to prepay postage, by addrèssing, „ CHAS. KLINE S' CO. Box 4586, New York City. No. 46—ly. Jas. Copper, ir. DIAMOND STATE aMMHB 3 U No: 41 Almond tit., one door below Front Street, PHILADELPHIA. J. M. Burkett. COOl'lSR & Ut'RKETT. No.-lli— tf. TEE j. < Mighty Healer! WORLD KNOWN AND WORLD TRIED. mi ÿ/YiVï T?] HOLLOWAY'S OINTMNT. The free admissions of all Nations, as well as the verdict of the leading Hospitals of the Old as well as the New World, stamp this powerful remedial Agent as the greatest healing prepara tion ever made known to suffering man Its penetrative qualities are more than marvelous, through the external orifi ces of the skin, invisible to the naked eye, it reaches the seat of the internai disease; and in all external affections its anti-intl amatory and healing virtues sur pass anything else on record; and ie Nature'e great ally. ERYSIPELAS AND SAIT RHEUM Are two of the most common and viru lent disorders prevalent on this conli lient, ta thest the Oiuluieiu is especi ally antagonistic, its "modus operandi" is first to eradicate the venom and then complete the curé. BAD LEGS, OLD SORÈY, AND ULCERS. Cases of many yeais standing that have pertinaciously refused to yield to any other remedy or treatment, have in ibed to a few applica tions of this powerful unguent. ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIA', Arising from a bad state of the blood or chronic disease are eradicated, and a clear aud transparent surface regained by the restorative àclibn ot this Oint ment. It surpasses many of the mctics and other toilet appliances in its power to dispel rashes aud other disfig urements of the face. variably succum cos PILES AND FISTULA. Every form and featiiro of these pro valent and stubborn disorders is eradi catcd locally and entirely by the use of this emolient; warm fomentations should precede its application, healing qualities will he found to be. thorough and invariable- Its Both the Ointment and PVls should be Used in the fallowing eases: Bullions, Mecurial Eruptions Burns, Piles, Chappèd /funds, Rheumatism, Chilblains, Ringworm, Fistula. Salt Rheum, fccSlds. Skin Diseases, !: out umbago, ■Swelled Glands, Sprains, Sore Legs, Sore Breasts, Sore Heads', Sorfe Throats, Sores of all kinds; Wounds of all kinds Stiff Joints, Tetter, Ulcers, Venereal Sores, ft*È?"CAUTION!-—Noué are genu ine unless the words ie HoHoway , AVu> York and London," arc discernible as a wateU-mauk in every leaf of the book of directions arouiiAeaeh pot or .box; ihe same m*y be p#nly seen by hold ing the leaf to the light. À handsome reward will be given to any one render ing such information as iiiay load to tho detection of any party or parties counter feiting thé medicines or vending thé same, knowing them to be spurious. *** Sold at the Manufactories of Pro fessor HOLLOWAY, 80 Maiden Lane New York, and by all respectable Drug gists and Dealers in Medieine through out the U riited States and the civilized woild, in pots at 25 cents', 63 cents and tl each. MTT here is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N. li. Directions for die guidance of patients in every disorder are affixed to each pot. No. 21.—ly. Corn Shelters. The Èubscriber has for sale, a lot of Grier & Stanton's im proved Corn Shellers, which will be sold at the manufac turer's prices. They arc the best shellers ever brought into this county. Call at the "Mes senger Office,'' Georgetown, Del. D DODD. • a—. JUST RECEIVED—A fresh supply of Cad Liver Oil, at WILLIN & MORRIS'. JUST ARRIVED, a large lot of Hats apd Caps, of every style, very cheap. WILLIN Si MORR-cjj