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1829. MARCH. 8 Sunday 9 Monday 1R Tuesday 11 Wednesday 12 Thursday 13 Friday 14 Saturday Sun Rise*. Sun Sets. High Water Moan' 8 Phases. 6 16 6 15 6 13 5 44 5 45 5 47 5 48 5 41) 5 50 6 52 2 52 3 46 4 40 5 32 6 23 7 13 S 1 as 6 12 tc — a CW 3» • 6 11 tC OD •*! * **- O» co a X 5 35 m r 6 10 6 8 D RY GOODS— Cheap .—The subscriber has just opened at JVk. 82, Market-st., Wilmington, formerly occupi ed by John IV. Tatum, (nea-t door below the Indian King Hotel, kept by John M, Smith,) an extensive assortment of DRY GOODS, suited to the season, which he oilers sonable terms. He returns bis thanks to his friends and the public in general for their past favors, and hopes by strict ad herence to business to merit a share of their custom. WILLIAM BASSETT. 17—4t rea February 18, 1829. D RUGS and MEDICINES, both Patent and Officinal, in which are included most of the recently discovered French Chemical preparations, together with the principal part of the most valuable medicines now in use, of the first quality, and upon reasonable terms, may be had at the store of the subscriber, No. 135, Market street. JOSHUA HARLAN. N. B. Physician's prescriptions carefully compounded, and family medicines put up at the shortest notice. He indulges & belief that from his knowledge of, and expe rience in, the business, he will be able to give full satisfaction. Wilmington, Feb. 21st, 1829. C ONVEYANCING.—The Subscriber, at his Office, next door to the Town Hall, draws Deeds, Leases, Mort gages, Indentures, and the various instruments of writing inci ilent to such a calling. He is likewise glad to wait upon Wilmingtop, 11 mo. 15. 4 & H. WILSON have just received a supply of White • Bonnet Boards, of superior quality, Amies's manufac ture; and also, superfine Blue Hot Pressed, and other Post Papers, from the same Mill. K OOTS, SHOES, AND THUNKS, of every description, made of the best materials, and according to the latest fashions, for sale, wholesale and retail, by the subscriber, at Nos. 98 and 100, Market street, Wilmington. Country store Iceeperewill find an extensive assortment suitable fur their trade. 09- An extensive assortment of Shoemakers' stuffs and trimmings. OA DOLLARS REWARD.—Ran away from the stib A>\w scriber living in Christiana Hundred near the Brandy wine Chalybeate Springs, on Monday morning last, a dark Yellow Man, named GEORGE, about twenty years old, five years to serve, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, thin lips, nose not Hat; walks a little skow looted, so that he runs his shoos aside Had on an old far hat, rim somewhat torn, old casinet roundabout lined with green baize, two pair of striped tow linen trousers, and old lace boots. Perhaps ho lias changed clothes. He has a thick spot of board on the left aide of his chin, but very little any other place. Big feet. The above ward, with all reasonable charges, will be paid for bringing him home, or securing him so that I got him again. 14—4t a practical Surveyor of Land, and will be those who may please to employ him. LEA PUSEY. JAMES M'NEAL. ! B January 21, 1829. IX CENTS ENOCH GREGG. REW ARD.—Ran away from the subscriber on Monday last, an apprentice to the Blacksmith busi ness, named Charles Goodman, about 20 year? of age. above reward, but no charges, will be paid for the apprehen sion of said boy. JOHN COLEMAN. Wilmington, Feb. 13. 16 _ 3 t B Tl,. EFERENCE TESTAMENTS, with a Key sheet of Questions, &c &c.—by Hervey Wilbur. Seventh edi tion, with valuable Tables and Map. For sale hy A. & Jl. Wilson. No. 105, Market Street. 12 ^^IIINGLES.—The subscriber ishes to inform his friend? and the public in general that he has on hand at John Hemphill's Wharf and Lumber Yard , in Wilmington , a quantity of good CAROLINA and INDIAN RIVER CEDAR SHINGLES, a Iso a general assortment of good seasoned LUMBER, winch will he *.nW! on reasonable terms WILLIAM SIMMONS, Agent 18—4tp by February 25, 1829. G arden, grass, flower and herb seeds — C. & G. Reynolds, JYo. 69, Market Re spectfully inform their friends and the public that they have just received from the North and the most confidential seeds men in the vicinity, a selection of tho best Seeds, which they offer wholesale and retail, on the most moderate terms. N. B. Canary and other Bird seeds for sale. February 28, 1829. IS—4t J OR PRINTING DONE AT THIS OFFICE. WJ*OR RENT.—The dwelling part of House No. 4, High M. street, (adjoining the Subscriber's.) It is entirely sepa rate from the Store. Possession may be had immediately. Feb. 26, 1829. L EGH RICHMOND.—Memoirs of Legh Richmond, au thor of the interesting history of the " Dairyman's Daughter," for sale by A. & H. Wilson. WM. LARKIN. A. & H. WILSON, Printern, Booksellers and Stationer?, have removed their establishment to their former stand NO. 105, MARKET STREET. Thankful for the liberal share of patronage they have received, they their customers and the public generally, that all articles in their line will be furnished at prices at least os low as they can be procured for, at any other place in the United States. They have for sale an extensive assortment of SCHOOL BOOKS and STATIONERY, wholesale and retail, amongst which are the Books and other articles in common use in the best schools in this Borough, and in its vicinity. A great variety of Prints for framing, Scrap-Books, Picture Tables, &c. An extensive assortment of Music for the a Piano, Harp, &c. —and Music furnished to order. Their CIRCULATING LIBRARY contains the most popu lar works of History and Fiction, that have been issued of late years. Of the recent additions, are the following popu lar works:—Pelham, Domestic Duties, Travelling Bachelor, Odes upon Cash, Corn, Catholics, and other makers, High Life, Elia, 1st & 2d series; Fairy Legends, 1st & 2d series; Tales of a Grandfather, 1st & 2d series, Spy unmasked, Neale's celebrated work entitled Romance of History, Su baltern's Log Book, Memoirs of Leigh Richmond, a very in teresting and valuable work; Tales of the Emerald Isle, Garden's Revolutionary Anecdotes; and a number of o^her new and popular publications. They have just received a number of Motto Seals, from London, with handles, a new article They have for sale, Writing and Letter Paper of every de scription; Embossed and Gilt Edged Paper, Drawing and Fancy Papers, Bonnet and Bristol Boards, Drawing materials Prayer, Psalm and Hymn Books; Bibles and Testaments, la r g e and smaU; Day Bboks and Legers of every description; best Writing Ink, red and black-and Ink Powders; elegant Cut G ass Smell,ng Bottles, American and French manufac ture; India Ink, Water Colors, Osborne s and Reeve's Ameri can and English, in boxes or sing e cake; Mag.c Lanterns, | Playing, Visiting, Conversation, and other Cards; Dice,Chess- ; men Chequer Boards &c.; Drawing Blotting Tissue, Gold j andSdver Papers, Cologne Water, Bulm of Columbia, &c. ; 09- Country Merchants, Teachers, and others, wishing to I purchase at wholesale, will find it to their advantage to cull at the above place. very assure I MPORTANT DISCOVERY, ft*-.S' WAIM'S VERMI FUGE :— Patent. -This valuable Anti-dysenteric and Worm Medicine has been used for these universally acknowledged by alf who have tried it, to be far superior to any other medicine ever employed for most diseases children are subject to. It is per fectly safe, and no child will refuse to take it. It seldom Arils curing Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Colic or Cholera Morbus, either in grown persons or children, and it gives ap petite to almost all debilitated persons. Worms frequently infest children, aggravate their other diseases, and arc the , bowel complaints , and chronic and nervous diseases, incident to childhood, which numerous and frequently fatal. It is much to be regretted that most vermifuges now in use are injurious, and thousands of children are seven years past, and its virtues « lul l se of most fer are so swept off, or are rendered feeble, pale and emaciated through the first stage of life—which leads on to pulmonary complaints, &c. &c. he. V arms being especially apt to infest persons of debilitated digestive organs and emaciated constitutions, much mischief is often done hv the ordinary worm medicines, which general ly consist of the strongest purgatives, mercurials, bilters, narcotics, or spirts of turpentine. Articles of this kind mat destroy worms, but they debilitate the stomach, and oficii materially injure the general health. Swaim's Veiimifukg has the peculiar advantage of destroying and removing worms from t lie bowels without tho weakening consequences of the stronger purgatives, he. and it has, moreover, a decided tendency to give vigour, both to the stomach and bowels, nnd organs of digestion—thereby relieving the general system from many troublesome complaints. It is hj this means that many grown persons have been relieved, by its use, of dif ferent complaints—supposing themselves to be in a decline &c. &c. he. This medicine xuill relieve Bowel complaints or Dysen tery, Bilious Colic, vomiting, sickness, pain or weakness in the stomach or bowels, loss of appetite either in children or grown persons , in a few hours; and it srldom fails curing CHILLS AXD FEVER OR FEVER AGUE, family ought, or ever will be without it, after a trial. Wilmington, at M. JOHNSON'S Drug and Medi cinal Store, No. 90, Market street, east side, third door above the upper market. -o .Am Sold , Nov. 1. T HE AMERICAN QUARTERLY REVIEW for March 1829, and the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THE MED ICAL SCIENCES, for Feb. 1829, for sale by A. 6i H. Wilson Agente, 10Ç, Mark«t-«t> Wilmington. ¥ BOARDING.—A few genteel boarders may be accomroo JLF dated at No. 105, Market streot. Wilmington, Feb. 1829. KW BOOKS— A. & 11. Wilson have just received I' " The Disowned ," by the author of Pelham; and " Zillah," a Tale of the Holy City. These new works are among the most popular of the day, and are highly comman ded by the best Reviews. "ÄTOTICE. —All persons having any demands against the estate of JOHN FERRISS, late of the Borough ol Wilmington, deceased, are requested to present their counts, properly attesied for payment, to either of the sub scribers. .. Charlottesville, ( Va.) Jan. 1. 1829. Mr Wm. Swaim—D ear Sir, vour favor of the 23d last month has been received. I do not know that the cases « hick have occurred in niv family could add to the already highly | deserved reputation'of your Panacea, when placed incom ; parison with the numerous wonderful cures in many desperate j cases in which it has successfully operated. I will, however, ; givo you a short account of those occurring in my family, I which you can use as you please - The first was a case of my clerk, who was attacked with violent rheumatism, insomuch, that he could not move even a finger, attended with high fevers, which at length reached die head. I called in two Physician?, one of them Dr Dungli son, Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine, in the University of Virginia, &c. who, after consultation, told me, that although appearances then did noi indicate a fatal termination, yet such might be the result, and that certainly a cure, if effected at all, would be tory tedious and protracted. — Dr Duuglison, wa? the consulting physician; a course of medicine was adopted and persisted in by 'he attending pliysi a week or ten days, but the patient grew every day worse, when he himself proposed to use the Panacea which the doctor rejected; hut, finally, the young man deter mined, on his own responsibility, to use it. The doctor then came to see him only as a friend The good effects of the Panacea began 1o he developed about the third day, when the patient could make use of one arm a little, w ith n gradual subsiding of fever: he slept easier eveiy night, and in three or four week? was perfectly well, ond has been so ever since # which is 18 months. During the triûl of the Panacea, the use of it was sometimes abstained from, for two or three days, w lien the patient would invuriubh relapse, and upon resuming the use of it,astate of improvement was always manifest. M The doctors now sny that he might have got well with out the use of any medicine." I used your Panacea in two other cases, with my children. One of them w ith sore eves, so much inflamed, that frequent ly during the space of twelve months, we kept them bound up to shut out the light, which be could not bear. A blister and seaton ELI HILLES, BENJ. FERRIS, Executors. 11—2m Wilmington, 1 mo. 1st 1829. ^WARM'S PANACEA.— Communication. —The encla vé sed recently received letter, from a gentleman of muck respectability, being read to me, I requested, and was favor, ed with it for publication, for which purpose 1 send it to you. I have myself derived no inconsiderable benefit from Stenim's Panaeea, and I am glad to get some well authenticated cases, of its extraordinary effects, in such a form, as shall command universal belief. The publication of anonymous letters make little or no impression. It is quite otherwise, when persons of credit and standing give their names as vouchers for the truth of the statements they make. How can we shut out eyes against the light of truth; how can we so entirely close up every avenue to our minds as to resist the mass of evidence presented in behalf of the Panacea? So extensive is the conviction of its healing and restoring qualities that many desperate adventurers, who from the love of money, would speculate upon the health and lives of fellow beings, claim for their compositions, some sort of affinity to Swaim's Panacea, and thus disguised they abuse the public confidence andin place of a tried and approved medicine, they give slops and mixtures, which if they do no harm, do as much good as can reasonably he expected. I keep the public too long from the letter of Mr Raphael. ONE OF THE CURED. eian for about ere resorted to, which relieved fur a short time only, when they became as sore ly was recommended by the physicians, but not purpued.— Your Panacea cured them effectually in three week's. The third was a case of impurity of the blood; which was in a very short time removed. Neither of the children were more 'l an four years old, and they did not suffer the least incon ' cnience from the use of the Panacea, accompanied by no change of diet. Very respectfully yours, &c. Jan * 17. ISAAC RAPHAEL. A course of mereu a8 ever. 03" Sold in Wilmington at M JOHNSON'S (Sole Agent) Drug and Medicinal Store, No. 90, Market Street . M USIC.—A great variety of Music for the Piano and Harp, for sale by A. & H. Wilson, No. 105, Market S'reet, where may also be had, at the lowest prices, School Books, Writing and Letter Paper, and a gcncraf assortment of Stationery. Subscrip ions for the North American, and American Quar terly, Reviews, received at tha.abovè pface?