Spring and Summer Goods
Has just opened an assortment of
Fine cloths and single milled cassimeres,
Hummer cloths and merino cassimeres,
Marseilles 8c silk vestings 8c Summer stripes,
Silks of all kinds,
Black, brown and olive bombazines,
New stile ginghams,
do: do. painted muslins,
do. do. Fancy shawls and hdk'fs.
Fia» Irish linens and sheetings,
Damask table linens and napkins,
Blue and yellow nankeens,
Fine gauze Flannels,
Bilk flag hdk'fs. of a superior quality,
304 dozen asserted hose and half hose,
Umbrellas and parasols,
A variety of Summer Hats,
Tn addition to his large assortment of Do
mestic Goods of all kinds—which he offers
wholesale and retail at his store, No. 62,
Market street, Wilmington.
April 16-38 3mo
(103, Market street, Wilmingisn, Del.)
Hat just received a general assortment of
Spring and Summer
Which He will sell at a very «mall advance
on cash prices. He flatters himself that pur
chasers will find hts stock well selected, and
of the most fashionable style. Among his
late purchases he has some very superior
Black and blue Cloths,
Claret and invisible green da
Oliv* and brown do
With a variety of other colors and qualities.
Cassimeres of various colors and kinds,
Morino and Rouen do. striped and plain,
Summer Clothes, a handsome lot,
Brocbells, Princettas and Camblet,
•-4 French black Bombazine for gentle
French and English Drillings and linens,
Blue Nankins, Stripes, Peruvian fancies,
Irish Linens, a cheap lot,
Marseilles and Valencia Vesting, a hand
Bilk and Velvet Vesting,
Table Linens, 5, 6, 8 and 10-4,
Russia Diaper and Crash,
400 yards heavy Tow Linens, Osnaburgs
and Porter Sheetings,
New style painted Muslins and Ginghams,
Calicoes and Chintzes at all prices.
His assortment of silks for ladies' wear is
larger than usual, among which are some
very rich water'd 8c figr'd Silks,new style.
Bombazines and Norwich Crapes,
Pongees and Nankin Crapes,
A large lot of MERINO SHAWLS, 34
per cent less than heretofore,
Linen cambric handkerchiefs,
Bandanna and silk flag do.
do cott.do—domestic plaids and stripes,
Bleached 8c unbleached Muslins, some as
low as 6J cts_A large assortment, of
Ingrain and Venitian
HEARTH RUGS, Canton MATTINGS,
of different widths, 4, 5. and 6-4,
Oil Cloths, paper hangings and borders,
of the latest fashion,
With a good lot of the best live GEESE
Grataful for the encouragement he haa-re
*-lv«d, he respectfully solicits a continuance
Far in ill nation and weaknesi of the eyes—
Prepared by Dr. Scudder, the celebrated occu
list, Vh« has discovered the art of placing artifi
cial eyes so as to appear as natural as life. Also
Dr. THOMSON'S EYE WATER.
Cornish'« effectual remedy for the PILES.
Tor polishing Stoves and Grates. This Lustre,
with a little rubbing, will produce a brilliancy
highly ornamental, and is easily preserved.
Tor sale at
JOSEPH BRING HURST'S
®rug »nd Chemical Store, No. 87, Market-st.
All the medicinal chemicals and most of the
•chemical tests, may be had al N». 87.
For the cure of Scrofula or King's Evil,
'Vlcers, Rheumatism, Syphilitic, Mercurial
»nd Liver Complaints, and most diseases
«rising in debilitated constitutions, or from an
dmpure state ofthe blood, 8cc. 8cc.
"This well known Anti-dysenteric and
•Worm Medicinehas proved successful the
•■twelve years past. It is perfectly safe and
<no child will refuse to take it."
A fresh parcel of the above just received
and for sale at
Mrugand Chemical Store, JVb. 87, Market-
This Syrup has been much used for five or
-•lx years past and I have not known it to fail
curing a cough (except consumption and in
•uch cases very useful) where proper care has
Doctor WISTAR'S celebrated Cough Lo
LOZENGES for cold in the head ; One
box of these Lozenges will generally relieve
» cold in the Head.
WORM SYRUP, '
A pleasant and effectual remedy forW orms.
A ntw specific for that painful disorder.
For Sale at
.-Chemisai and Drug Store, No. 87, Mar
ktt street, Wilmington.
Lost or Jnuiaid,
One certificate sf stock in the 'Wilmington
and Philadelphia Turnpike Company,' No.
J r, transfered by lames Hamilton, to Samuel
[arbeson. A suitable compensation will be
• siren for the certificate by
GEORGE JONES, 4 dm'r.
Wilmington, April 24, 1833.
(•rMbtlls, Postbills, Blanks, Ice.
fom.lf wMcutcd at this office.
R ANA WAY, from the subscriber
living in the Bayside, Talbot coun
ty, Md. on Sunday last the 26th ult.
(May) two negro men,
BILL and AMBROSE.
Bill is a bright mulatto about20 years
of age, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, large
head, and the hair or wool on it, thick
and bushy—he has a small mark across
his left eye-brow—his clothing consist
ed of a wool hat much worn, a tow-linen
shirt, jacket and trowsers of country ker
sey, dyed yellow; about half worn, coarse
shoes; generally looks down when spo
ken to. Ambrose is black,about the same
age and height of Bill, but more slender
made—his clothing consisted of a water
proof hat, much worn, a shirt of Bur
laps, quite new; jacket and trowsers the
same as Bill's, a pale, blue vest and coarse
shoes, one of them with a patch on the
side—Ambrose has short knotty hair
and has several scars near his ankles; he
I will give
has a pleasant countenance.
forty dollars reward for the apprehen
sion of the above negroes, if taken.in
Talbot County, and secured in the Eas
ton Jail—sixty dollars if taken out of
the county and in the state and secured
in the Easton Jail, and the above reward
of 200 dollars if taken out of the State
and secured in the Jail at Easton.
EDWARD P. GOLLORTHUN.
Bay Side, Talbot Co. Md.
June 1, 1833.
Dover and Georgetown Mall
The Dovei, Easton and New Castle Coach,
will for the future, leave H. H. Reading***
Indian King Hotel, Wilmington, every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday morning, at 7 o'clock,
by way of New Castle, where they will wait the
arrival i.f the Philadelphia Steamboat—stop at
J St. Georges, going and coming, for the conven*
. ience of persons who wish to travel in the Canal
or People's Line.
The proprietors of the Dover and George
town Mail Coach Line, wish to inform the pub
lic that the Mail Line is the only line which goes
farther south than Milford, Del. consequently
persons who wish to go to Milton, Lewistown,
Georgetown, Millsbormigh, Berlin, Snow Hill,
or to any part of the Eastern Shore of Virginia,
should be careful to take their seats in the Mail
Line, which they can do either at Wilmington,
New Castle, or St. Georges. This should inva
riably be attended to if they wish to go farther
snvtn than Milford.
The Proprietors continue to keep good coach
es, Horses and drivers, and are disposed to give
general satisfaction: The Fare will be from
New Castle to St. Georges 25 cents—from New
Castle to Cantwell's Bridge 50—to Smyrna 75
cents—to Dover &1 50—to Camden 1 62 J—to I
Frederica 2 00—to Millord 2 25. The fare |
from St. Georges to any of the above mentioned
points, will be 25 cents less than tho New Castle
rates; for instance, from St. Georges to or from
Smyrna, the fare will be 50 cents.
WM. D. WAPLES,
The Wilmington Fire Insurance
Incorporated by the Legislature of Dela
ware, in Feb'y. last, with a capital of
This company is now prepared at their
office in Market street, the first door below
the city Hall, to make all kinds of insurance
against fire, and on inland transportation of
Goods and Country Produce.. Marine risks
JAS: CAJVBY, President.
Wilmington, July 12, 1832.
The following persons are Agents in
respective districts to wit:
Ayres Stockley, Smyrna,
George S. Adkins, Milford,
William Dunlap, Christiana Bridge,
Abraham Boyer, Stanton,
John Riddle, New-Castle,
James Robinson, New-Ark,
Andrew K. Nelson, St. Georges,
James Delaplaine, Centreville,
Caleb Heald, Kennet Square,
John W. Thomas, New-Garden,
Peter Askew, Brick Meeting House, Md.
William Torbert, Elkton.
E. I. du Pont.
LEA PUSEY, Sec'ry,
Thos'. H. Larkin,
Joseph C. Gilpin,
y The Subscriber has re-
jL moved from No. 25, to No.
» 95 Market Street, three
^ doors above the Upper
-—__ Market house, where lie of
fers for sale a variety of gold and silver patent
lever, and plain WATCHES, suitable for ladies
and gentlemen—chains, seals, and keys—new
and second hand clocks and time pieces—bead
guards, with a variety of other kinds ; breast
pins, finger rings, thimbles, ever pointed pencils,
and leads of all sizes, bead reticules, purses, 8tc.
with silver, plated and steel frames ; glasses,
blue, green and plain, to suitpersons of all ages.
The subscriber has taken much pains to ac
quire a knowledge of the various focus of
glasses for different ages, a judicious selection of
glasses being highly important to those who
them - GEOItGE JONES.
N. B. The Subscriber as usual, attends to
the various branches of setting', filing*, plugging
and cleaning teeth. He also keeps a good
•ortment of tooth brushes. G. J.
Wimlington, April 24, 1833. 41~3m
BULWAR'S NEW NOVEL.
Asmodtus at Large. For Sale by P. B. POR
Dr. Perkins' Celebrated
The subscribers are appointed agents for
the sale of these superior Plasters,
Physicians and Storekeepers will be sup
plied on reasonable terms, with
STRONG ADHESIVE PLASTER, for
bandaging and other purposes.
MILD ADHESIVE, for fresh wounds,
surgical operations, 8cc.
simple. Do. with gum.
MERCURIAL strong. LOGAN, 8cc.8cc
Perkins' celebrated Dyspeptic Mass,
Well worthy the attention of Practitioners,
highly recommended by Professor Potter of
Bill timoré, and other physicians.
E. B. VAUGHAN, & Co
The subscribers have received at the old
stand, No. 67, Market street, opposite the
A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
Superfine Cloths and cassimeres, of a good
quality and fashionable colours.
Also a handsome assortment of Ingrain car
peting and rugs, good colors and fashiona
With a variety of goods suited to the pre
sent and approaching season, which will be
sold at the lowest ptices.
Wm. ROWAN Sc Co.
N B. PAPER HANGINGS and BOR
DERING always on hand.
This Medicine having been used in their prac
tice by a number of Medical gentlemen of this
city, of the highest standing, for this disease and
all others (which depend on the like causes) is
now offered to the public in the full belief that
it is superior to any article in the whole com
pass of medicine. It effects a cure without nau
sea or irritation, and lias never failed to relieve
or cure when the directions have been str ctly
attended to. It is not our intention to wea
ry the reader by speaking of the virtues of a
medicine which need only b * used to prove
it is not the intention of the subscribers to de
ceive. The following extract is from the work
of a medical gentleman whose reputation stands
as fair as any in America:—
"Of all the Diaphoretic Medicines I have used
the most powerful is a preparation prepared at
the N. E. corner of Sixth and Race streets,
Philadelphia, by E. Evans. The preparation is
but little known, although from what 1 have
frequently witnessed of its effects, I am fully
satisfied that it is a peculiarly valuable reme
" JOHN EREltLE, M. D.
Professor of Materia Medica and Botany, in
the Ohio Medical College .**
The following highly respectable Surgeon of
this city has used and is willing to testify that it
is a superior medicine.
I The following gentleman informs me that he
fare | has succeeded in every Rheumatic case,
gi-.ouge mcclellan, m. d.
Professor of Surgery in the Jefferson Medical
il known medical gentleman who
has u^ed it with enti e success, kindly consents
to give his name for reference.
GEORGE W.R1TER« M. D.
M. M, LEVIS, M. D.
1 have used the Diaphoretic Tincture, sold by
J. W. Burns & C . and am prepared to say dial
1 have always- succeeded in curing Rheumatism
and fevers generally with it.
THOMAS E. WARE, M. D.
In Sixth Street above Race, Philadelphia.
PERSONS CORED—FOR REFERENCE.
Jacob Kyser, No. 8, Market-st. Philadelphia.
Charles Durang, in 6th first door below Arch
B. Williams, Surgeon Dentist, No. 198 Race
T. Annadown, N. E. corner of front and Vine
Many others could be given, but we deem it
Sold only by
W. Burns, N. E. corner of 6tb
and Race Streets Philadelphia, and their agent
No. 87, Market st. Wilmington Del.
The subscriber informs his friends and the
public, that he still carries on the
In all its various branches, in Second St. neai
Mr. Junes' Brewery; where he makes
Curled Hair, and other Mattresses, Church
Cushions, Sea Beds, Wagoners' beds, ant
Steam Boats, Ships, Packets,8cc. supplied oi
short notice. The subscriber returns sincen
thanks for past favors, and hopes by strie
attention to business, to merit and receive i
continuance of public patronage.
N. B.—Curled Hair and Moss sold, am
Horse hair and Cow-tails bought.
Wilmington, Ap.il 16 —law3mo.
The Subscriber lias just received in addition to
liis former extensive stock, a new and well se-
lected assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods,
—Among' which are—
Cloths and casimeres, all colours,
Merino and Summer cloths,
Blue and yellow Nankeens, drillings,
Bombazetts, bombazines and Circassians,
Brochells, princettas and lastings,
Crapes, pongees, silk and cotton velvets,
Cambric, jaconet, book & mull muslins,
Venitian and Scotch carpeting', Brussels* rugs,
Chintzes, prints, bleached and brown muslins,
Tickings, checks, canvass, Russia sheetings,
Merino, crape, silk and berage shawls,
Bobinet and thread laces, lace veils,
Silk, hoskin and beaver gloves,
Buttons, combs, tapes and threads.
With a large assortment of PAPER HANG.
INGS 8c BORDEUINGS of the most fashiona
No. 30, Market street, Wilmington.
WAS committed to the public Jail of Sussex
County, State of Delaware, by Matthew
Rench, Esquire, on the 3rd day of June inst
as a runaway, a black girl, who calls herself
Esther Wiltbank. Now therefore, unless
the owner or owners of the said runaway
come forward and prove their property, pay
charges and take her away, she will be dis
charged in six weeks agreeably to law.
WARREN JEFFERSON, Sh'ff.
Georgetown, June 24, 1833, 59-flw
April 12th, 1833.
IN the late conflagration of the Treasury
building nearly all the correspondence of the
Secretary of the Treasury, from the establish
ment of the Department to the 31st March,
1833, was destroyed including as well the ori
ginal letters and communications addressed to
the Secretary ofthe Treasury, as the records
of the letters and communications written by
... With a view to repair the loss, as tar
may be practicable, all officers of the Uni
ted States, are requested to cause copies to
be prepared and authenticated by them, of
any letters excepting those herein after allu
ded to which they may at anytime have writ
ten to,or received from the Secretary of the
Treasury; and all those who have been in
office, and other individuals throughout the
United States, and elsewhere, are invited to
do the same. That this correspondence may
be arranged into appropriate books, it is re
quested that it be copied on folio foolscap pa
per, with a sufficient margin on all sides to
admit of binding, and that no more than one
letter be contained on a leaf. It is also re
quested, that the copies be written in a plain
and distinct or engrossing hand. WheVe the
original letter can be spared, it would be
preferred. The reasonable expense in copy
ing the papers now requested not exceeding
the rate of ten cents for every hundred
words, will be defrayed by the Department.
The correspondence which has been saved,
and of which,therefore,no copies are desired,
are the records of the letters written by the
Secretary of the Treasury to Presidents and
Cashiers of Banks, from the 1st October,
1819, to the 20th February, 1833, all the cor
respondence relating to the Revolutionary
claims under the act of 15th May; 1828, and
to claims of Virginia officers to half pay, un
der the act of 5th July, 1832; and to applica
tions for the benefits of the acts of the 2d
March, 1831 and 14th July, 1832, for the
relief of certain insolvent debtors of the Uni
ted States. Copies of some circular letters
and instructions, written by the Secretary
have also been preserved, and it is requested
that before a copy be made of any circular
letter or instruction, written by the Secretary
of the Treasury, the date and object of the
circular be first stated to the Department,
and its wishes on the subject ascertained.
Secretary of the Treasury.
To be inserted three times a week for
three months in the papers authorized to
publish the laws of the United States.
It t, 1* JLMdYJEdltJEJYT.
Superior to all other Applications, fop
Chilblains, Sprains, Numbness ofthe Limbs,
Weakness and Stiffness of the-Joints, Sfc.
Numerous cukes in all the above affec
tions have come under the observation ol tlte
The following remarkable cure
of a SEVERE Rheumatic affection, which
had baffled the most respectable medical aid
is deemed a sufficient recommendation to in
duce other sufferers to embrace the same
means of relief.
My wife has been affected during the
greater part of this winter with severe
Rheumatic Inflamation, commencing in the
rieht foot and ancle and extenduur to the
whole limb. It also occasioned a great deal
of weakness and soreness in that side ofthe
hfiflv aiifl hark There was a «ri-eat dnai Q f
pain and swelling in the joints, and she was
entirely disabled of the use of the limb and
obKrÄkeu« ofacrutchfor four ol
five weeks. She used various preparations,
and had for several weeks the attendance of
a Physician, but all without receiving any
benefit. As a last resort site begun the use
of Vaughan & Peterson's Red Linement, the
first bottle of which proved of great service,
reducing the swelling of the Joints, andreliev
ing the pain entirely which had before been
so great as to prevent her from sleeping: ft
also enabled her partly to dispense with the
crutch. After using the second bottle she
only had occasion to resort to the crutch,
wlien e-ointr un stairs ami after the „se „r
wnen going up staiis, anu alter the use ot
tour or five bott es has aid it aside altogeth
er, and is entirely cured by this valuable Lin
ement. The extraordinary relief afforded
her induces her to wisli her case made pub
lic that others suffering with this painful and
distressing disease may know where to find
a remedy for it
CHARLES R. DANENHOWER,
400N. 2d st.
The following statement of a remarkable
cure of Partial Palsy of a Limb, by the
use of this Linement, is from Wm. L. Nor
ton, a well known and most respectable
Magistrate of Southwark, and is another ad
ded to the many proofs already laid before
the public of the efficacy of this'valuable ap
plication. The communication of Mr. Nor
ton, is worthy of particular attention on
count of the source from which it comes and
the nature of the affection relieved.
MESSRS. VAUGHAN 8c PETERSON.
During several weeks I suffered a partial
paralysis of the right arm, and of the third
and fourth fingers of the right hand
sensibly affected the whole power of the lat-
ter. Writing became to me a difficult task,
which I could not execute but with greatly
diminished legibility. The use of half a bot-
tle of your Red Linement, gave me entire
relief, and I cheerfully bear this testimony to
its efficacy. Should it be equally efficacious
in removing the other complaints for whicli
it isrecommended as a remedy, it is invalua-
WM. L. NORTON,
272 South Front street.
Sold on agency by
E. B. VAUGHAN 8c Co.
No. 44j Market street
Price 50 cents a P.ottle.
No- 48, Market St.
The Subscriber having added to his former
stock, a very general assortment of seasona
tie and fashionable DRY GOODS, most of
•vhich having been lately purchased at Auc
ion, enables him to offer to the public, arti
rles at reduced prices.
WM. S. BOULDEN.
Wilmington, May 6. 45-6w
The STORE lately occupied by the Subscri-!
ber opposite the lower market house,and pos-1
session given immediately. Apply to
W. A. Mendenhall
It entai Surgeon,
Thankful for the patronage he has air. a ly
received, respectfully informs his friends and
the public, that he has removed to the s.aud
recently occupied by G. Jones, Watchmakor,
HO. »5, MARKBT.SXRBBT!
Where, having suitable accommodation', he
will continue the practice of Dentistry i t all
April 2d, 1833. .
jy- Ladies, and persons indisposed wid be
attended at their dwellings.
culates that his table will be furnished with j
the best provisions the country can afford, i
and his liquors of the first quality. • lis '
chambers are comm odious and well furnis t :d,
his stabling good, with an attentive and c ire- an
ful ostler. His determination being, as far
practicable to give general satisfaction to
his customers, he feels a confidence in sol 1 « it
tne a reasonable share of public patronat t.
Cantwells Bridge, April 25, 1833.
N. B. Persons can be accommoda ed
with board by the week or month. Also
horses and carriages will be kept for hire.
Passengers for Baltimore, and those wish
ing a pleasant, as well as novel excursion,
are respectfully informed, that a train of ears,
drawn by Locomotive Engines, leave New
castle immediately on the arrival of the Si earn
Boat from Philadelphia, about half past;8 A,
M., for Frenchtown, where .passengers take
Steam Boat, and are landed at an early hour
of the afternoon, at Baltimore—return train
arrives at New-castle about 1 o'clock P. M.
Fare from N. C. to Baltimore $1 50.
JNO. D. BIRD,
Agent R. R. CD.
_ HOTEL. .
«KÏTTÏLA THE subscriber takes this
iimethod of informing his friends,
sBSSSIB and the public generally, that he
liât taken that large and commodious Be ck
house, lately occupied by Mr. James Fo in
tain. He flatters himself, that those who
ay be inclined to give him a call, will I nd
that he is determined to spare no exerti ins
for their comfort and convenience.
THE Subscriber respectfully announces t< his
friends and the Public in geltend, that he has ta
ken that commodious establishment, well kn iwd
as the INDI AN KING HOTEL, coi ner of Mar
ket and High sts., Wilmington, Delaware, or
merly occupid by David Brinton, and rect i tly
by John M. Smith.- it has undergone a thorough ;
repair, and is handsomely fitted up with entire
new furniture, and is now ready to receive lami
lies, single persons, or transient visitors. Bj his j
assiduity,and strict attention robustness,he h, , es
to merit a share of public patronage.
HUGH H. READING,
Wilmington, April 16,—tf.
A Saddle Horse for a Lady. He must be a 1
dark culour, middle size and have the proper ]
gaits. Apply to
It anted to purchase
the 2°' , 11 ®' Mai ket street, (opposite Smith s
the Hotel, where information may be had of j
deal pl»v*s where Men andJRnyqnt-n nnw wanted
*» re a * Waiters, Gardeners and Coachmen.
Q f W here Lads arc wanted as Apprentices to
was several of the necessary and useful trades.
and Alsn families tobe employed in factories. j
ol «000 to «000 to loan on good security. A
^ nal1 town '«'«.suitable for the
of m . Ml k business and Gardening.
any Wilmingto n, 6th mo, (Ju ne) 4, 183 j . - 52
use nïssolution Of Partnership.
the ,, * i
The copartnership heretofore existing be- .
been tween Marshall Phillips and Henry F. As- I
ft kew, trading under the firm of Phillips 8c
the Askew, is this day dissolved by mutual con
she se .« - , A " persons indebted to the late firm
' v .'" P te ; l , s< „, rn , ake P a y m . en ' without delay to
„r Marshall Phillips, who is duly authorized to
ot t , 1
settle u ' e MARCHAT t PHTT t tpc
Lin- ur-■vinvr - » cviessV"
HENRY F. ASKEW,
May 9, 1833.
Will be continued by the subscriber at the
old Stand, No. 135, Market street, nearly
opposite the City Hall, where will be kept
a large and general assortment of
of the best quality and at the lowest prices. '
His friends and the public generally are re
spectfully invited to Rive him a call. !
. . !
2 very valuable Plantation If Grazing Farm, j
'n New-Castle Hundred, lying on the Turn-|
like road leading from New-Castle to New
port, within three miles of the former place, ;
-.tmtaining one hundred and forty-five acres, j
There are one hundred acres of embanked j
neadow in good order of a very superior qual
ty, the greater portion of which is well set
n timothy and clover—There are forty-five j
teres of arable land in high condition and
very productive. There are on the premi-
^ J E - t A , ses a small frame Dwelling House
sjjUiand Kitchen, and a very exten-
I -B s ' ve and convenient Barn, and a
ÆpjBBcK young and thriving apple orch-
ard of choice fruit. There is at the distance
of a mile from this plantation, a tract of
enty acres, of which fifty are woodland, and
the remainder marsh, which would be sold
with it. The premises are a part of the
tract known as "Lewden's Island." Persons
desirous of purchasing, will inquire of John
L. Robeson, in Newport, or ofthe subscriber
The Drug Business
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
New-Castle, April 19th, 1833.tf
Just received and for Sale at J. SCOTT'S
Bonk and Hat Store, No. 93. Market street.
Memoirs of Rev. Thomas Halyburlnn,
Christian Counsel to the sick, with appro
Companion for the sick.
Divine Purposes, by the Rev. J Matthews.
2d vol. "Notes on the Gospels," by Rev.
Christ our Example, by Caroline Fry.
Memoir of Wilberforce Richmond,
THE Proprietors of this line have the pleasure
of announcing to the public, that they have thusL^^^B
day started a DAILY LINE of Four IJorsé PoMT
Coaches, from St. Georges to Milford, to run in
connection with the Philadelphia and Baltimore
People's Steam Boat Line.
This line leaves St. Georges every day, (Sun
days excepted) immediately upon the arrival of
the boat from Philadelphia, and arrives at Mil
ford at an early hour the same evening—Lea
ving Milford at an early hour in the morning, and
arrives at St.Georges intime to take the Barge in
the Canal—either for Philadelphia or Baltimore.—
Fare from St. Georges to Millord, $2 00.
Intermediate distances, as tow as any other
The Proprietors of this line desirous of sexten
ding to people travelling through the Peninsula
of Delaware that accommodation which has in
part, been offered by the Proprietors of the Phil
adelphia and Baltimore "People's Steam Boat
Line," flatter themselves that they will receive
that patronage, which the merit of their enter
prise entitle them to.
It ought to be cheering to the heart of every
Freeman, and more especially, to thuse of the
State of Delaware under present circumstances,
to behold the private enterprise of their fellow
citizens, interposing to rescue them from the
imposition of an aristocratic monopoly. It is upon
this coun er principle that the "People's Steam
! Boat Line" has been started —and to aid so laud
1 able a purpose, we take pleasure in offering this,,
j our 0 \, n effort, in hostility to a chartered monopo
' MULFORD, TEMPLES, 8c Co.
N. B. Passengers by this line are offered gratis,.
an excurs on from St. Georges to Summit Bridge ,
and buck, in the Barg s for Philadelphia.
New Stage TAne.
June 5, 1833.
At that well known stand in the village of
Brandywine, near the Brandywine Mills,
(lately occupied by William McCauley) a
large and general assortment of
Groceries, Drugs, Paints and Oils.
China, Glasss , Queens & Earthen Ware.
j, nnd Cutlery
Ha du y> ...
Besides various other articlesi consisting in
part as follows:
çi ot ], S) casimeres, casinets and flannels,
; g, l j zes ' beaverteen and Pittsburg cords,
(p d j c0 ' es chintzes, cambrics and jaconets,
Muslins and laces, various figures,
j - h !inens lawns , silks and crapes,
Bandanna and flag handkerchiefs,
Gravats susnenders combs, 8cc. 8cc,
savais, susperuieis, enmus,
Sugars, coffee, teas, chocolate and liquors,
Cheese, Molasses, raisins, figs and ginger,
1 Pepper, allspice, cinnamon and starch,
] Rico, lard, bacon, salt, corn meal and flour,
?al, tobacco and segars,
Brooms, brushes, bellows, &c &c.
s , , » .„inhnr
j Calomel, jalop, camphot and flout sulphur,
Epsom and glober salts, opium, caMer oil,
Sweet oil, spirits nitre and hartshorn,
Laudanum and p.uegoric,
White lead, Spanish brown, mineral green,
j Chromic yellow, yellow ochre, linseed oil,
Winter and Summer lamp oil, common do.
CHINA AND GLASS WARE, See.
Tea Setts, cups and saucers, and plates,
Dishes, pitchers, howls, decanters, tumblers,
Lamps, 8cc. and Queens Ware assorted,
i Potts, kettles and coffee mills,
Shovels, spades and pitch forks,
. Knives and forks, scissors and razors,
I Pocket and pen knives and spoons,
Sad Irons, nails, spikes, 8cc 8cc.
Together with a general assortment of
to .. , -j, ( )d Wholesale and Ife
to All wmen will °e soin, vu s.ue ana rte
tail,at the most reduced prices for Cash.
JflMi BMC MJYJE S, Urc.
March 30, 1833.
J. R. SMITH
I Professor of the Elementary Principles in the
1 art of Drawing, P inting s\,d Perspective,. pro
poses to give lessons in Drawing and Painting,,
' n '' ;c c "y °* " pmington, fur 6 or 8 weeks,.
commencing the h-st week in August, or sooner
, suitable encouragement is given, say two
classes, viz. eight Ladies and eight Genth
I His terms will be similar to that of his Acade
' my in Philadelphia, viz. Ten dollars per quar
ter each scholar. Five of which to be paid
! commencing. The lessons are 24 in a quarte.
of twelve weeks, but on this occasion it is pro
j pose.d to give 3 lessons per week, and to make
arrangements for continuing to give lessons once
! a week through the winter, as long as practicr
Persons wishing to take lessons will please
leave their names at 1'KTi.n B. Poii-raa's Book-.
; 8t 0re - ___ 55-8t
j -j» »s. ,
j 441- Lllapillflll s
Anti-Dyspeptic, or Stomach Pilis yr.n
set effectual remedy for Dyspepsia or Indi-
Anti-Dpspeptic or Stomach Pill s, for
Indigestion or sour stomach.—Also,
Celebrated Rheumatic Pills & JEBB'S
Rheumatic Liniment, may be had at ihe
subscriber's Drug and Chemical store,
No. 135, Market street, nearly opposite
the City Hall, Wilmington.
The undersigned hereby gives notice,
that he intends making application to the
Wilmington! urnpike Company, for the
renewal of three Certificates, Nos:
in the name of Ann Brian, which hr
been -lost. Should any person or persons
have the same in possession, they
confer a favor by leaving them with the
printers, or the subscriber, No. 13, sont/
Ninth street, Philadelphia.
May 24, 1833.
FOR SAFE CHEAP.
2 TONS of Good Hay. Apply to,
WM. H. NAFF.
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