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Number 259 Iif? \ w ;. ; \Ur ici HHf-l1 Che Museum General -<*r7W elate arc, Advertiser S5 fr .'s ; T-ti rr' ..-■ t * I Ü! r f§r fIk J» Srn V< r#> Ik «a jfd % wif «a Cglij gaia ; v l - Two dollars per annum. 'At* } •y.. Sa turdar/ June 24 , 1809 . J- Single, fjr i\V •dSL> WILMINGTON, (Del.) Pu ED and Published (weekly) by JOSEPH JOÜES, Puinter of the Laws of the Unite INT d States. TERMS OF Advertising in the Museum. A NY advertisement, not exceeding six- j teen lines, will he published three ; times for a dollar, andevery subsequent in- j sertion 25 cents—longer ones in propor tion. All publications of a personal or private nature will be charged as advertise ments, and must be paid lor before inser tion. BY THE YEAR, &C. To Rtyn*SubscHberi. 1 Year gll 00 6 Months 6 00 Do. To Subscribers. 1 Year g 10 00 6 Mouths 5 50 3 00 3 25 Ail persons who may send advertise ments for insertion are requested to specify the length of time they wish them publi-hed ; Otherwise they will be inserted till forbid, and must be paid for accordingly. 3 Do. NOTICE. HEREBY give notice to the public, that my wife Elizabeth Harvey, has for some time past eloped from mv bed and board without any real cause, and conduct, ed very improperly :—This is therefore to forewarn all persons from harbouring or trusting her on my account, for I will not pay any debts of her contracting after this date. I William Ilarvcy. Chester County, Jwp.e 3, 1809. To the Public . HEREAS my husband, William Hatu-ey, has lately published to th< world my elopeim-nt from him and given a statement as false as it is ungenerous, which i.t is my intention to correct, in sunir measure. He says I had no just cause t> leave him —I declare l had sufficient cause : the world must judge, after hearing, thn' since our -marriage, he has stripped me oi all the I-'.tle property I previously owned has .--'.eked and beat me until my life wa lls/ Aired of, and even threatened mv life, A luting the weapon of destruction at r.y b ,-east. As to my leaving his bed ash states, I reply ihe only bed I left wa? my which with all my apparel (a few ot. me excep'ed) he still retains from me. I f ' this treatment, with a sucking child not y et weaned, was no just cause for elopemcm, 1 am no judge what is. Elizabeth Harvey. Wilmington, June 10, 1809. w own Fifty ^Dollars Reward. R AN away from the subsciiber, living in A| poquinimïnk hundred, Ncvv-Gastle conur * and state of Delaware, on the night of the 3oti negro man of April last, a young He is about 20 years of age, about fi Iks straight ; roram h - Pet'er. " feet six inches high, down lock, wql and plays on the fiddle. Had onfa half worn, while muslin shirt, da^£,round ja«, ket, black and white cotton vest/olive 1 thicks round toed shoes, and other a y Whoever takes up ann st 'trovvsers, new paiel not known, cures said negro, so that his master may get hi, again, shall receive the above reward, and , brought home all reasonable charges paid, by Eliezar David. May 19. 180p. LEE's Genuine, Patent and Family MEDICINES. # PREFARED BY Richard Lee & Son, the L E PROPRIETORS. [ Medicines ar« sold Observe By MatfKTg Book *.Lockerman the signature of R ffJ dLe , ^' the above jnsu \ , arket er Wrscns notatftndingf.o , medicin* si ÏC r-r«- 1 the good effects of which are authenticated by some of our most respectable citizens ; j and without attending to the place of sale ; above and our signature, the purchaser may j he disappointed by receding no benefit—t haying the genuine medicines of Richard Lee if Sun, as or Lee's Worm destroying Lozenges. 1 lis medicine is superior to any ever of fered to die public, being innocent and mild, certain ami efficacious in its operations -omis exist in th.e body, it will without pain or griping, dense the stomach uid bowels of whatever is foul or offensive and therebv prevent the productions of worms and many fatal diforders. In order that the heads of families may be able tojudge of the complaints of children, whether they originale from worms We will describe the symptom?by t will be easily known. Should no or not, hielt means SYMPTOMS Itching of the nofe and anus ; hunger with ravenous appetite ; naufea ; knaviingpain in the ftomach or intellmes ; foetid breath ; grind of the teeth and moaning in sleep; in termitting weak pulfe, and hectic fever : tirint ■ngs; and (ometimes coiivullion fit? ; palei wasting of tlie flesh ; but there are feveral kinds of worms ; Itch ng about the amts tenefmusare signs of ascarides, or small thread ■Sudden griping? about the navel de note the common round worm. Gnawing g.insinthe stomach, and voraciousnefs, the maw worms tile rolling of in >ess ; irli omrs. 4 nrl a weight in the bel iy, like i ball, the taenia, or tanc For the yi 'ntion and cure of billions nantfevers is rctoTïhncudtd» • Billions Pi! tl Lee and Sun Rrl/imorc. o ptirchafe this valuable ed to be paat.cular in en .■ iitlHonl Ptiisf püt Up in vnndeii boxes, having on the omfide swapper ' ■e fignature of Richard Pee & Son—this is u-cefsary as there are other pills of the fame Utah; iis3 Lee's Am Prepared6g firn Ferfons \Vifhing medicine are remit* >1" r ng for Lee' ,ame. The operation of thefe pills is perfectly mild fo as to he used with Safety by perlons in every filuatioft, and of every age. They hav-been found remarkably efficacious o preventing and curing dHorders .artendant - : long voya ;es,and should be procured and .arefuliy preset vedfor ufs by every seaman Lee's Elixar, 1A Obtain remedy for cold, coughs, asthmas, and. part enia iy the whooping cough, fo de structive to children. Lee's Essence of Mustard, j So well known for the cure of rhcumatifm, gout, pnifey, t-prain?, &c. Lee's Grand Restorative, Proved by long experience to be unequalled the core of nervou? di?or.:er*, cunsampiions, irWnef. ofspirits, inward weaknefses, etc. para . i.ee's Soverei<rn Ointment for the Itch, * Which is warrantcl^jan infallible remedy y one apjdication, Ag(ue andTever Drops, For the cure of Ague?, remittent and inter mittent Fevers. Persian Lotion, elebrateci for the Cure ofRing worm?, Tet rs, &c. fK. Apif< -\ Le^s Genuine Eye-Water, An effectual remedy for all difeafe-s efMhe Toolh-Ache Drops, / which give immediate relief. Lees Corn-PIaister. Damask Lip-Salve, Restorative Powder. For the teeth and guiw. The Anodyne Elixir, j 'v the cure of every kind of Head-Ache, -Rian VeiV'^etahle Specific, v cure ttMferieral Complaints. "vf \ 1 k-d A Lee's Laxitive Pills. Each and every Medicine above enumera ted have got their direction* delcribing their mode of ule in the moft perfect manner. October iy. , For Sale T the liook- store of MATHEW R. _LOCKERMAN, next above the Bank, Market-street, Wilmington. Handsome faRiily Bibles, or excellent paper and print, abo Bible's with Gann's notes and references, awl very small pocket bibles well no und and priced. Guthrie's Geographical, Historicalwmd Com mercial Grammar, and present state* of the sev eral kingdoms of the world wirf! all the latest alterations am Price S5 50 uiprovements. A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary and Ex positor i.l tlic English Language, by John Wal ker, author of Dictionary, &c. ifc. l> merits of Elocution, Rhyming IViceSS 50. ml Truth, ortlie Glory ami Fullness of the Redeemer d.splayed by the Rev. William M'Ewen. Price g l Jf 1 » of the historfÇ* genius, disposition, accomplishments, employments umi vices of the fair sex in all pa Price S I Fhe Amé^cnn Ncpos a collection of the most remaikable arid the most eminent men who have contributed tl> the discovery, the settlement and the independence of America. Price 8 I The Ladies, Friend, being virtues and qualifications which are the brightest ornaments of the fair sex. Pri; e Eugenio am! Amelia, or the vi by the Rev. VVilliju« Roberts. Price (j?i cents fared fioiniitre Eierj^i of M.uUinr - •» MothjAJuion, b^Relât tj \wfîram Cf sq. autl. - of rhcjlPk. Price 37* ce y Getters fiom fiM^atl to the living, to/Which ârcacîded letters moral and entertaining, joy Eli zabeth Rowe. Price 3 1 A selection of Ser/nons from the w Rev. James Saurin/ in bketcl , customs, virtues its of the work! treatise on the 1 c ents, unie? of life. l> ei ks of(he on the following subjects : fence of Grid. 1. The Omni; 2. The Manrÿr of praising OszTv 3. The Sovjffigoty of Jesus Christin the 3 Church. 4. The Equality of Mankind. 5. The Worfll, of the s Ö. The BiitWof Jesus Christ. 7. The. Resijrrection of Jesus Christ. 8. The Abstirdity'of^.ibertrnism and Infidel 1. U. The Harmony of Religion and civil polity 10. Chri.itbin Heroism. 1 1. General Mistakes, Price S I Evans's Sketch of the denomination? of tl, « uy. Christian world, accompanied witl^a persuasive to religious modéra »ion. an accou plists, Judaism, Chinese, religion, chnstiaftity*, mahometanipm. r is prefix et t of atheists, deists, Wieophilanihro V, Christian St c/s. Trinitarian.-, atlwnasian», s: ibellian?, ariank, tjt cess.irians, ma 4 cr«is, socimans, calv,mists, su blapsarians amî Eriila|M»rians, arminiens, hax terians, antinoirilli^,. papists, Greek, or Russian ch urch, protestai*/, lutherans, huvonots, episco palians, or church of England, dissented*, kirk of Scotland, secedèrs, English jjresbyterians, in dependents, brownists, psedobaptists, baptists zentral andjwrticnSi^r. iQuakers^metiiodists , new methodists,jum pers, universalists, rellyan universaiists, deHruc tionists, sabbata/rians, moraviansl sandemanians, hutchinOTnians, dunkers, shaker?,new American -Me*, swedenhorgians, millenarians, to /fli reflections on the whole, and a re sect, my gether Vij! capitulary table. Price S 1 -\ äJ \ Novels for Sale. A\T the - Book-store of M. R. Lockerman, /\ next above thp Bank of Delaware, the fol lowing noyliWare .lor sale. Romance!ofthc forest, Ferdinand and Elmi ra, Emily tjlamilton, Vicar of Wakefield, Fam ily of Ortenherg, Reuben and Rachel, Armenian, of Ghost seer, Winter in London, Constant Lav ers, Discarded Son, Maria, or the Wrongs of Women, fijng, or the merry wives of Madrid, Eugenio and Amelia, St. Clair, or the heiresa of Desmond, Simple tales, Tears and Smiles, Sor rows of Wçifer, Roderic*«* caslle, Wild Irish Girl, Peregrine'Pickle, Roderjc Rando. ,/Joseph Andrews, Don Quixote, Haunted Cavern, Cav f Death, Charlotte'Temple^ Vicar of LairS down, Margaretta, Trials of the heart, Monk, Humphrey Clinker, Count Fathom, Sterne's works. " ' ern o Patent Washing Machines. T HK subscriber respectfully informs hi# iiicncfo and the public in general, tliut lie; has, some time ago, purchased an exclusive rignt of making and vending Patent Wathbtg Machines throughout the hundreds of Brandywine and Christiana* in New-CastJe county, a number of which machines he has already made, which have been tried by divers posons and highly ap proved of, as they save a gre.it part of the labour of washing in the usuj^jgtvay, and arc less injuri ous to clothes. He will continue to make ami have a supply of then» on hand, which he will sell*on reasonable terms to such as favour him with their custom \ and will also sell to any per son a right to make and use them within the the hundreds aforesaid. Ab RAM GEST. Wilmington, Jan. 21,1 809. tf NOTICE. A LL persons having atiy demand? a-> gainst the estate of John Garrett, 1 am of Christiana Hundred, deceased, s quested to bring them, forward, properly attested, for settlement ; and those indebt ed are hereby required to make immediate payment, to LEVI GARRETT, or ? HORATIO G. GARRETT, 5 January 7, 1809. are re E x'rj. 6mo. James Gardner, R ESPECTr ULLYinforms his friends and the public that he has removed L bis store to the east side ol Wai-ke-t-Mre one door above Spackman & (mriibs. ly opposite the post-office) where be has opened a large assortment of elegant jDry Goods among which are. Blue,black,hi own,drab, coi beau, bottle g-een, grey, ank dark mixed superfine cloths Carssi meres . (nea| Marseilles quillings h ustiaos and jeans Lute strings Sinslla silks Silk 5r york tan gloves Bantlamia and Madras handkerchiefs Cammel's hair shawls Checkered and striped linens Damask shawls Russia & dowlas linen* Hat ti nets &rhoibl>;; zeit? Recife green bucking baize Brown holiantls SusprndtTS Un-'irellas& parasols Black ratios and fio rentfnes Scissors & pen-knives Silk hose u Kill & plated button* O il cloths TAiiiks Rennet's patent cord ami Mantau Coatings and flannels Forest cloths Velvets and constitution cords Beverccns r-8 am! 4-4 Irish linens blue Sc yeiiow nankeens Wide and narrow cottSn ca ssi meres Chintzesand callicoes Camlnick and common dimities Gulimancoes jJuiant aad Jones' spin niqg« Colto^i fftd ,worstecl ho •*siery *V C^lored,rFi ay,cam brick, iackunet, muil mjjll, India,. BVitish, booH*,gui rah,bafta. & leno Muslins N. B. Country Store Keepers supplied on.ihe lowest terms for cash or (he usual credit. M-omeco Sc kid shoes, &L^cc. James Gardner. Wilmington, March 25, 180,-.. tf Notice. S UQÏÏ persons as are imithtt rl to the e?. tat^pf/ESniF.R YARNALL, de. ceased; (fer-by bond, not- or hook-debr, are reqd^ited 1» make immediate payment to John Warner and John/'l'orbtrt , or eith er of them, ispno are legally authorised to receivd the sjme. And those who have claims®' l ! u jfct presenktfrem for setdemont. said estate arc requested tp \ William "V\ arçiér, Ex'r, . ll, 1809. If ' F eh.' V Was Found , In the Delaware Bay, About two miles below the mouth i t Cohunsey Creek near Dunstor.'s Bur, an ANCHOR of about three hundredweight with twelve fathoms cable, and about five fathoms of buoy rope. The owner is desired to rome forward, and prove ANTHONY CARIS TIE. his property. Wilmington, April 8, I80y. 3t.