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HETT STORE,
At that well kiiown^und in 'the village of !
Brandywine, near the Brandywine Mills, „
(lattly occupied by William McCauley) a
large and general assortment of
GoOflS
Jiry WOOUH,
Groceries, Drugs, Paints and Uils.
China, Glasss, Queens Jc Earthen Ware.
Haidwart aad Cutlery;
Besides various other articles, consisting in
part as follows:
Clotht, casimeres, casinets and flannels,
Baises, beaverteen and Pittsburg cords,
Calicoes, chintzes, cambrics and jaconets, j
Muslins and laces, various figures, I
Irish linens, lawns, silks and crapes, I .
Bandanna and flag handkerchiets.
Cravats, suspenders, combs, Bcc. See.
GROCERIES.
Sugars, coffee, teas, chocolate and liquors,
Cheese, Molasses, raisins, figs and ginger,
Pepper, allspice, cinnamon and starch,
Rice, lard, bacon, salt, corn meal and flour,
Buckwheat meal, tobacco and segars,
Brooms, brushes, bellows, 8cc Sec.
JflEDICBJYES, JVc.
Calomel, jalop, camphor and flour sulphur,
Epsom and glober salts, opium, caster oil,
Sweet oil, spirits nitre and hartshorn,
Laudanum and paregoric,
White lead, Spanish brown, mineral green.
Chromic yellow, yellow ochre, linseed oil,
Winter and Summer lamp oil, common do.
CHINA AND GLASS WARE, Sec.
Tea Setts, cup* And saucers, and plates,
Dishes, pitchers, bowls, decantera, tuniblei s,
Lamps, &c and Queens Ware assorted.
Potts, kettles and coffee mills,
Bhovcls, spades and pitch forks,
Knives and forks, scissors and razors,
Pocket and pen knives and spoons,
Sad Irons, nails, spikes, &c &c.
Together with a general assortment of
DOMESTIC GOODS.
All which will be sold, Wholesale and Re
tail, at the most reduced prices for Cash.
JONATHAN WILSON
March 30, 1833.
Scouring and Dressing
T HE subscriber having spent several
years with a gentleman of great ce- ,
lebrity in the above business, is able to \
assure the publ c that she can scour and ;
dress Coth Coats, Pantaloons, Ladies rid - j
ing dresses, and every other woollen article.
in a very superior style, takingout grease
effectually, and restoring in a great de
gree the original polish; without tak
If <■«"'" <"■*
The prices will be moderate. Apply at
the North east corner of High and King
streets, nearly opposite Readings hotel.
' MARY B. LOYD.
23—-6t.
Wilmington, July, 16,
N. B. Numerous references can be giv- :
en to p.-rsons of the first standing, who
express themselves astonished at the im
provements made in their garments.
i
. j
Remarkable Cure of
RHEUMATISM.
MRS. Caroline Jones, wife of Levi Jones,
of Germantown, was afflicted with Rheuma
tism bir eight or nine weeks, during the last
winter and spring. She had a great deal of
a n in the back and joints; the pain in the
ack was particularly violent and distressing.
Medical aid failed to relieve her, and she
abandoned it, considering her case helpless.
She was confined to her bed and entirely
helpless during the above named time,
di r these distressing circumstances, the ap
E lieutinn of Vaughan 8c Peterson's RED
INTMENT in two days produced a copious
moisture of the skin, which before had been
dry and cold, 'ieved the pain altogether,
tendering the joints flexible, and enabled her
to leave her bed and attend immediately to
the duties of her house, which site has done
ever since without interruption from disease.
It has now been several months since her
cure—she remains quite well, feels quite
grateful for the surprising relief afforded lier,
and wishes her case made public for the
benefit of other sufferers.
Germantown, June 25, 1833—July 2-tf.
Uu
NEW CASTLE & FaEMOHTOWN
It.IfB j bio.id.
i
A train of passenger cars, propelled hv
locomotive engine, leaves the depot at N E\V !
CASTLE, for FRENCHTOWN, every I
morning, upon the arrival of the Steamboat
from Philadelphia, at about half past eight ;
o'clock ; returning leaves Frcnclitown at a
bool, half past ten o'clock. \
Another train of passenger cars departs
from NewCastle, for Frcnchtown, every e- !
vening, (except Sunday,) upon the arrival of,
the afternoon boat from Philadelphia, at a
bout six o'clock, and on return arrives about
nine o'clock.
Fare over the Road 50 cents.
Do., for excursion over the road
and back,
Do. from N. Castle to Philadel
phia, by steam boat
Do. " N. Castle to Balt. 50
R. H. BARR, Ag't.
New-Castle, July 1, 1833.-61tf
1
50 cents.
25 cents.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The copartnership heretofore existing be
tween Marshall Phillips and Henry F. As
.. , , - „ „
kew, trading under Hie firm of Phillips &
Askew, is this day dissolved by mutual con
., , ... „ _
sent. AU persons indebted to the late firm
* lU P'Trom P T' e u r ',K \ I" ,
Marshall Phillips, who is duly authorized to
settle the accü '^' Anew a i r pitti i tpc !
up vuv iQFHv * I
rlbiNR\ F. AbKhW.
May 9, 1833.
The Drug Business
Will be continued by the subscriber at tlie
old Stand, No. 135, Market street, nearly
opposite the City Hall, where will be kept
a large and general assortment of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
of the best quality and afthe lowest prices.
His friends and the public generally are re
«pectfully invited to give him a call.
MARSHALL PHILLIPS.
BULWAR'S NEW NOVEL.
Asmodeus at Large. For Sale by P. U. POR
TER.
Just received and for sale at P. B. Portes
Book Store No. 97—
Rush's Memoranda of a Residence at thi
. Court of London.
FOR SALE,
! ivtry valuable Plantation § Grazing Farm
„ New-Castle Hundred, lying on the Turn
)|ke road leading from New-Castle to New
port, within three miles of the former place,
-.emtaining one hundred and forty-five acres.
There are one hundred acres oi embanked
nea dow in good orderof a very supenorqual
lhe g rea ter portion of which is well set
n timothy and clover—There are forty-five
lcn , s 0 f :(ra hle land in high condition and
ver y productive. There are on the premi
a ses a small frame Dwelling House
ÄSfofAand Kitchen, and a very exten
j i llKsive and convenient Barn, and a
I young and thriving apple orch
I . ivd 0 f c i l0lce fruit. There is at the distance
0 f a m ,i e f rom tlsis plantation, a tract of sev
t acr „ 0 f which fifty are woodland, and
the remainder marsh, which would be sold
widl The premises are a part of the
tract known as "Lewden's Island. " Persons
desirous of purchasing, avill inquire of John
l Robeson, in Newport, or of the subscriber
in New-Castle.
MATTHEW KEAN.
New-Castle, April 19th, 1833-tf
-, » Teas Groceries &C.
E1CS1» leas, ur»t*
THE Subscriber respectfully informs
friends and the public generally, that he lias
| just received at his stores, corner ol Kent
larket.and thud and Market streets, W il
mington:
5 Chests Gunpowder Tea.
5 do Imperial
s, J 20 do Young Hyson do
Re
do
do
J 15 do Souchong
; 12000 lbs. N. Orleans 8c Porto Rico Sugar,
j 600 lbs. Canby 8c Lovermgs refined do.
Box and Keg Raisins.
20 lings Coffee.
1000 lbs. Baltimore 8c Virginia Tobacco.
1000 do Ham, Flitch, and Shoulders.
Orleans, and West In
j Sugar House, Nc
dia Molasses.
I Old Rochella Brandy by the pipe, gallon,
i or demijohn.
I Cogniar. and Peach Brandy, Holland Gin,
Jamaica Spirits, old Rye, and common Whis
key, Wines and Coi dials of a superior quali
ty'8cc All of which he offers for sale cheap
for cash, or acceptances.
ce- , JOHN CLEALAND.
to \
\
;
j
For Transferring Prints to Wood.
rjiHlS mode of transferring prints to wood
A work ot any kind—viz: Work Boxes,
Card Tables, Screens. 8cc, is very superior to
8a?srÄrair .
7 EDWARD BRING HURST'S
Drug and Chemical Store,
July 4 1333. No. 137. Market St.
(S&TOlli "vAæsŒsæ
it
Caustic Varnish
Wood*
:
*
For Transferring Prints
XUST prepared by the subscriber, and is
j *5 quite equal if nut superior, to the imported
will be sold at a lower price.
Camel Hair Brushes for varnishing.
a nd
EYE WATER,
eakness of tlie eyes
For inflamation and
Prepared by Dr. Sembler, «lie celebrated occu
list, who has discovered the art of placing artifi
cial eyes so us to appear as natural as life. Also
Dr. THOMSON'S EYE WATER.
PILES.
Cornish's effectual remedy for the PILES.
For sale at
JOSEPH BRINGIIURS T'S
Drug and Chemical Store, No. 87, Market-st.
N. B. All the medicinal cbemicalsand most ol
the chemical testr, may be bad at No. 87.
The Wilmington Fire Insurance
Company
Incorporated by the Legislature of Dela
ware, in Feb'y. last, with a capital of
150,000 BOLL'S
This company is now prepared at their
office in Market street, the first door below
the çitv Hall, to make all kinds of insurance
against fire, and on inland transportation of
Goods and Country Produce.. Marine risks
excluded.
JdS: CARD Y, President.
Wilmington, July 12, 1832.
i Tha following persons are Agents in their
respective districts to wit:
Ayres Stocklev, Smyrna,
George S. Adkins, Miltord.
William Dunlap, Christiana Bridge,
!
I
; ... „
Abraham Boyer, Stanton,
\ John Riddle, New-Castle,
James Robinson, isew-Ark,
! Andrew K. Nelson, bt. C*eorges,
of, Janies Du la plaine, Centreville,
Caleb Heald, Kennet Square,
John W. 1 homas, New-Garden,
Veter Askew, Brick Meeting House, Md.
William l
Dllur-C I (JKb.
1
Vincent Gilpin,
Washington Rice,
Jesse Mendinhall,
George Bush,
and
E. I. du Pont.
LEA PUS'EY. Sec'ry.
James Price,
Samuel Hilles,
Stephen Bonsai,
Thos'. H. Larkin,
Lewis Rumford,
Joseph C. Gilpin,
fiant wells BBridge
fiant wells BBridge
HOTEL.
d™.« . n-. THE subscriber takes this
|g|| |?Ä roe tl,od of informing his friuiJs,
__ md the mihlic generally, that he
hal lllk(Ml that , arge * atl d commodious Br ck
house, lately occupied by Mr. James F.i ,n
uin ,, c ^ lU( . r3 l him J lf , that those «ht
,nji Y inclined to give him a call, will I nd
that he is determined to spare no exerti >ns
for their comfort and convenience. He cal
culates that his table will he furnished with
the best provisions the country can aflord,
and his liquors of the first quality. I lis
chambers arc commodious and well furnis 1 :d,
his stabling good, with an attentive and c ire
ful ostler. His determination being, as far
as practicable to give general satisfaction to
hi« customers, he feels a confidence in sol ; c it
mg a reasonable share of public patronat t.
JOHN E. WARD,
Cantwells Bridge, April 25, 1833.
N. B. Persons can be accommoda ed
with board by the week or month. A 1st
horse* and carriages will be kept for hire.
A ND Possession given immediately, an of
fice in a central part of the city, .'or
particulars, enquire at this office.
July, 1833. 62—4t,
Dr. Perkins' Celebrated
PLASTER
The subscribers are appointed agentB tor
the sale of these superior Plasters..
Physicians and Storekeepers will be sup
plied on reasonable terms, with
STRONG ADHESIVE PLASl'ER, for
bandaging and other purposes.
MILD ADHESIVE, for fresh wounds,
ical operations, See. .
TRENGTHENING, DIACHYLON
simple Do. with gum. o
MERCURIAL strong. LOGAN, 8cc.8cc
ALSO, f
Perkins' celebrated Dyspeptic Mass,
Well worthy the attention of Practitioners,
highly recommended by Professor Potter of
Baltimore, ana other physicians.
E. B. VAUGH AN, Sc Co
44 j Market-street
a
surf
Dec. 11.
A CARD.
The subscribers have received at the old
stand, No. 67, Market street, opposite the
L 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
ble patterns, , . .
With a variety of goods suited to the pre
sent and approaching season, which will be
sold at the lowest pi ices.
Wm. ROWAN & Co.
N B. PAPER HANGINGS and BOR
DERING always on hand.
lias
il
GOLDEN
of
DIAPHORETIC TINCTURE,
FOR RHEUMATISM.
Thi* Medicine having been used in their pme
mber of Medical gentlemen of this
tice by a
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
pass of medicine. It eff ects a cure without nan*
se • or irritation, and has never failed to relieve
the directions have been str ctly
r intention to wea
*
cure whet
It is not
attended to.
the reader by speaking of the virtues of a
dicine which need only b • used to prove
the intention of the subscribers to de
ceive. The following extract is from the work
of a medical gentleman whose reputation stands
any in America:—
•'Of all the Diaphoretic Medicines I have used
erfu! is a préparât
ry
it is nut
fai
prepared at
lhe most p
tlie N. E. corner of Sixth anil Race streets,
Philadelphia, by E. Evans,
but little known, although from
frequently witnessed of its effects, I am fully
satisfied tliut it is a peculiarly valuable reme
dy » JOHN EHEBI.E, M. I).
Professor of Materia Medien and Bo'any, in
the Ohio Mediial College."
The preparation is
hat 1 have
is
The following highly respectable Surgeon of
this city has used and is willing to testily that it
is a superior medicine.
GEOitcE McClellan, m. d.
Professor of Surgery in the Jefferson Medical
College, Philadelphia.
■dical gentleman who
Another well known
has u-ed it witli enti-e success, kindly consents
to give his name for reference,
GEORGE W . RITER* M. D.
The following gentleman informs me that he
has succeeded in every C *q IT1 L K V l S e M D
I have used the Dinphomic Tincture, sold by
J. W. Burns 8t Co. and am prepared to say that
I have always succeeded in curing Rheumatism
and fevers generally with it.
ol
TMOMAS E WARE, M. D.
In Sixth Street above Race , Philadelphia.
PERSONS CURED—FOR REFERENCE.
Jacob Kyser, No. 8, Market-st. Philadelphia.
Charles Du rang, in 6th first door below Arch
Street Philadelphia.
B. Williams, Surgeon Dentist, No. 198 Race
Street Philadelphia.
T. Annadown, N. E. corner c.f front and Vine
Street Philadelphia.
Many others could be given, but we deem it
unnecessary.
Sold only by W. Burns, N. E. corner of 6th
and Race Streets Philadelphia, and their spent
JOSEPH BRINGIIURS r.
No. 87, Market «t. Wilmington Del.
of
I.VDI. f.l KIPS G HOTE I.
THE Subscriber respectfully announces ti Ills
friends and the Public in general, that lie has ta
ken that commodious establishment, well kn two
as the INDIAN KING HO TEL, corner of Mar
ket and High sis., Wilmington, Delaware, 'or
merly occupld by David Brinton, and reef rtly
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 fami
lies, single persons, or transient visitors. 11} liis
assiduity,and strict attention to business,he hi ; es
to merit a share of public patronage.
HUGH II. READINC ,
Md.
Wilmington, April 16,—tf.
BOORS.
BOORS.
JUST RECEIVED and for sale at J.
SCOTT'S Book 8c Hat Store, 93, Mar
ket-st.
Memoirs ofJamesB. Taylor
Life of J. W. Barr.
•< of
" of
Leigh Richmond's Domestic Portraiture
The Daughter's Own Book
The Only Son
Biographical Dictionary of the Bible
Bible Atlass
Flower of the Forest, by Wm. Sharwood
Barnos an Conformity to the World
** Notes on the Gospels
Family Prayers 8c Hymns
Common Prayer Book with new Psalms
an 1 Hymns
A handsome assortment of Family, School,
and Pocket Bibles—very cheap.
July 24, 1833.
D • Brainerd
Nicholas Ferrar
SILK HATS.
J. SCO T I', No. 93, Market street, has
just received a handsome assortment of Biack
8c Drab Silk Hats, of the last fashion-, they
arc much preferable to the Fur Hat in every
respect, being manufactured in such
ner as not only to give them a very neat and
elegant appearance (which with but little
care they will retain for many months) but at
the same time to render them perfectly
ter proof —and much more durable than the
Fur Hats. Sold lower than the Philada. pu
ces. Also, an elegant assortment of Fur Ilats
for sale as above.
July 26, 1833.
a man.
ton
67
for !
Wilmington & Philadelphia.!
(I3A1X.Y.)
THE STEAM BOAT
EMERALD,
PT AIM IV. JTHILL DIM,
WILL, until further, notice, leave Race-st.
wharf Philadelphia, at 7 o'clock, A. M. and
Wilmington at 3 o'clock, P. M., every day.
FARE 75 CENTS. Baggage at the risk
Breakfast and dinner provided
Freight taken on the customary
ca
of its owner,
on board.
terms.
June 27th, 18:
Cured.
Consumption Cured.
The Indian Sprctfic.
F..r the
Prevention and cure
Of Cough«, Colds. As
tf mas, Consumptions,
SÄ» spitting of blond; and
4 diseases of the Breast
be
vim
N**:
tf.
»
*
?■
V
ami Lungs, ike.
Prepared by Dr. Clarkson Fiiklman of the
Ci*y «»I L.uncubte>'.
Bills of directions accompany each bottle ol
1 lie SPECIFIC, pointing out in a
muntu r, all the symptoms in the different s'ages
ol tilt su distressing diseases;
especting DIET and REGIMEN, h
how patients aie I»» condu* themselves through
..•very stage until health i restored—for vain
md useless would be the prescriptions of the
Ablest physician, accompanied with the most
powerful and useful medicines, tf Ilia direction»
not faithfully adhered to.
The} public are informed that the deposit on»
of 287 persons have been taken befo e the pro*
thonties m the city of Lancaster, all corn
ed of the most despeiate cases of
spcuou
Iso, particular
dir. ct'« n>
is
*
pletely
Consumption: some of which are detailed in
the bd's accompanying each buttle.
N. B. A fresh supply of the above Specific
has been nciived. and is for sale by
JOSEPH BRING HURST,
gum. D-l.
by EDWARD BUINGIIURST,
Druggist, N *.137, Market- t.opposite the Bank
No. 87, Market St. \Vd
S 'ld ah
a
de
a TjpIuvvhi e.
TO BE SOLD AT
PRIVATE SAVE,
ALL that lot of land and premises, handsomely
situated in the city of Wilmington, bounded by
Weststieet, Broad street, Pasture street and the
Kennet turnpike, containing about 8 aces of
le-a. The buildings
land, be the same more
: a commodious three story stone
W est
dwelling house, fronting
street, near the corner of Broad
_ _ street, with kitchen and convent*
cut Tk iciT~[Tuddings, also a large yard and garden,
containing a variety of good fruit trees. There
is a well and pump in the yard, furnishing plen
ty of good water at all seasons. A two story
stone dwelling house adjoining the above, and
two frame tenements at and near the corner of
Pasture Sc Broad streets, also a large frame barn
cellared under ; the land is arable and in good
condition, the situation high and healthy, and in
all respects an eligible site for private dwellings.
The whole will be sold together or divided to
suit purchasers. Clear titles will be ma 'e and
possession given immediately. For further in
formation apply to the subscriber on tlie premi
JOSEPH DAUPHIN,
or LEA PUSEY, nearthe City Hail.
Wilmington, July 15th, 1833.
5
s #»
ses.
64tf
Delawaro Fire Insurance Company.
tncornorated by the Legislature of the
State of Delaware with a capital of
100 THOUSAND DOLLARS.
The Presidt lit and Director., arc now receiving
applications f r insurance at their Office No
25, a few door, below the Bank of Wilmington
and Brandywine, against loss by Fire on every
description of buildings in general;Merchandize,
ships in port and their cargoes, household fur
niture and other personal property; also against
l s« or damage by inland transportation of goods,
wares, merchandize and country pr duce.
Terms of Insurance will he as favorable as any
of the companies in the cities of Philadelphia or
New York. Parties assured may repose the
fullest confidence in the solidity of its capital
and that all losses will be promptly adjusted by
the company.
Wm. B. Janvier, is Agent to survey property,
o he insured for the town and vicinity of New
Castle.
Lewis II. Evans, is Agent to survey property
to be insured, for the town and vicinity of Elk
ton.
es
John Cloak is agent to survey property to be
insured for the town and vicinity of Smyrna.
Joseph Jones is agent to survey property to
be insured for the town and vicinity of West
Chester.
Elija Brooks is agent to survey property to be
insured for the town and vicinity of Salem New
Jersey.
Win. He wit. Esq. is agent to survey proper y
to lie insured for the town and vicinity of Elkton
Md.
John Manlove, Esq. is agent to survey prop
erty to be insured fer tlie town and vicinity of
Dover.
Thomas Hobson is] Agent for properly to be
insured in the vicinity * f New Garden, Fa.
DIRECTORS.
J.
David Bush,
Win Chandler,
Robert Porter,
Thos. C. Alrichs
WILLIAM SEAL, President
tVm. A. Mendenhall, Sec'y.
Delaware Fire Insurance Company,
IN addition to their usual course of Insui
ance, per annum, the above Company, have
made arrangements for making Permanent
Insurances on property ; whereby for a
small sum, insurances may be obtained,with
out the trouble of renewing year by tear.—
This method is believed to be much more
advantageous to the insured than the for
mer.
John Patterson,
Joseph Baily,
David C. Wilson.
John Wales,
WM. A. MENDENHALL, Secy.
Wilmington, Dec. 13, 1832.
at
the
jyDTICE.
WAS committed to the public Jail of Sussex
County, State of Delaware, by Matthew
Rencli, Esquire, on the 3rd day of June inst.
as a runaway, a black girl, who calls herself
Esther Willbank. Now therefore, unless
the owner or owners of the said runaway
come forward ar.d prove their property, pay
charges and take her away, she will be dis
charged in six weeks agreeably to law.
WARREN JEFFERSON, Sh'ff.
59-6w
Georgetown, June 24, 1833.
w. A. Mendenhall
Dental Surgeon,
Thankful for the patronage he lias air. a ly
received, respectfully informs his friends and
the public, that he has removed to the s.aud
recently occupied by G. Jones, Watchmaker,
NO. »9, MARKET-STREET!
Where, having suitable accommodation', he
will continue the practice of Dentistry i I all
its branches.
April 2d 1833. 36 tf I
j]4- Ladies,"anti persons indisposed will be or
attended at their dwellings.
!
!
. . !
Al his new stand, No. 79, Market-st. Wilmington
Has received from JVew York and Phi la
del/ihia, a handsome assortment of
'
scasnos ,
Spring and Summer Goods
HYLAND B. PENINGTON,
DRY GOODS
suitable for the Spring and Summer
which were purchased very low, and will be
holesale or rcta.l at a small ad
His Stock consists in part of *
Blue black brown, olive and green Cloths !
of superior and medium qualities. j
Cassimeres, double and single milled,
Summer Cloths and merino Cassime. s,
Lastings, Princettas and Broche, Is,
Vest bigs', silk, Merse'lles'and Valencias.
Drillings and summer Stripes, |
Irish Linens, a go » I
Umbt ellas and a . ■> j
Silks of various kinds, very low
1 amted muslins, ginghams, cim z . .
calicoes, a great variety of the newest |
style and richest patterns,
Fancy hamlkerciefs and Shawls, new style, j
Laces, edgings and insertions, |
Thread and bobbinett, ;
Hosiery of all kinds,
Pongees,brown and lead colrd, very cheap,
Russia table cloths, Summer Hats, fine
and medium qualities,
East India Matting, plain and figured, 4, 5
and 6 quarters wide,
With a large assortment of DOMESTIC
GOODS. He will be regularly receiving
additional supplies, so as to keep his assort
ment worthy the attention of those who may
wish to purchase.
sold either
vance for cash.
of
in
en :. mu r encens,
f 103, Market street, Wilmington, Del.)
Has just received a general assortment of
Spring a*: «3 «animer
GOO LB,
Which lie will sell at a very small advance
on cash prices. He flatters himself that pur
chasers will find his 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 do
Olive and brown do
With a variety of other colors and qualities.
Cassimeres of various colors and kinds,
Merino and Rouen do. striped and plain,
Summer Clothes, a handsome lot,
Brocliells, Princettas and Camblet,
6-4 French black Bombazine for gentle
men's wear,
French and English Drillings and linens,
Blue Nankins, Stripes, Peruvian fancies,
Irish Linens, a cheap lot,
Marseilles and Valencia Vesting, a hand
some assortment,
Silk and Velvet Vesting,
Table L.nens, 5, 6, 8 and 10-4,
Russia Diaper and Crash,
500 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,
Mandarins lawns—Palmarines,
A large lot of MERINO SHAWLS, 25
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 Venltian
OjLRT ETIWCrS
HEARTH RUGS, Canton MATTINGS,
of different widths, 4, 5, and 6-4,
Oil Cloths, paper hangings and borders,
of the latest fashion,
With n good tot of the best live GEESE
FEATHERS,
Grateful for tlie encouragement he bas re- I
ceived, he respectfully solicits a continuance j
of the same
47.
!
j
For the cure of Scrofula or King's Evil, ■
Ulcers, Rheumatism, Syphilitic, Mercurial
and Liver Complaints, and most diseases !
arising in debilitated constitutions, or from an
impure state of the blood, See. See.
Swaim's Panacea,
J
Swaim's Vermifuge, j
"This well known Anti-dysenteric, and j
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
JOSEPH BRING HURST'S
Drug ami Chemical Store, No. 87, Market
st: IVilmingtou.
Dr. Chapman's
Anti-Dybpeptic on Stomach Pills ; an
effectual remedy for Dyspepsia or Indi
gestion.
Dr. IVIrad's
Anti-Dpspeptic or Stomach Pills, f.,r
Indigestion or sour stomach.—Also,
Dr. Dean's
;
1
Celebrated Rheumatic Pills & JEBB'S
Rheumatic Liniment, may be had at thej
subscriber's Drug and Chemical store.
No. 135, Market street, nearly opposite
the City Hall, Wilmington.
MARSHALL PHILLIPS
Administrator's Notice.
All persons indebted to the estate of Eli
zabeth Frist, deceased, late of Christiana
Hundred, are hereby requested to settle
thtir accounts; and those having claims a
gainst the Estate will present them legally
attested to
JOSEPH DERRICKSON, Adm'tor.
June 25. — 4tp.
58.
PEOPLE'S LINE.
. , ,
THE Proprietors of this line have the pleasure
or announcing to the public, that they have this
*jr started a D AILY LINE of Four Ilorse Post
Coaches , from St. Georges to Milford , to
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 in time to take the Barge in
, the Canal—either for Philadelphia or Baltimore.—
Fare from St. Georges to Milford, $2 00.
Intermediate distances, as low us any otherr
î'èe'w Stage Line.
run in
* regular line.
! The Proprietors of this line desirous of exton
j <Tmg to people travelling through the Peninsula.
of Delaware that accommodation which has in
l'f. been offered by the Proprie ors of the Phil
Ä&Ä "
P^tronag-e. which the merit of their enter
| ''''h ought to lTcheering to the heart of every
I Freeman, and more especially, to those of the
j State of Delaware under present circumstances,
to behold the private enterprise of their fellow
citizens, interposing to rescue them from the
| j m p ()9 iti on of an aristocratic monopoly. It is upon
this coun er principle that the "People's Sieam
j jj oat Line" has been started—ami lo aid so laud
| a kj e a purpose, we take pleasure in offering this,
; our q\vii effort, in hostility to a chartered monopo -
ly. '
MULFOIÎO, TEMPLES, 8c Co.
p. Passengers by tills line are offered gratis,
a n excursion from St. Georges tn Summit Bridge ,
an( \ l,rich, in the Barg* s for Philadelphia.
June 3, 1833_54
tf.
New store. I
GBiOCEBCBES 1
JVc- JVc. Ï
-57
ä'tfifi Frac su,
PH! teas. I;
10.000 lb N. Orleans and Porto Rico Sugar.
500 Canby and Lovering's refined.
3.000 Old Java and Laguira Coffee.
3,000 lbs. Hams, Shoulders and flieh
500, Superior Y. H. Tea cargo 1833
30 bis. Superfine flour fresh
600 gallons prime New Orleans Molasses,
Baltimore Cavendish Tobacco,
lOOOlbs. Dryed Beef.—part Solomon's curing.
Holland Gin, French Brandy, Irish Whisky,
Jamaica Spirits, old C. Port Wine, Teneriffe,
See. just received at the NEW STORE,
No. 5, opposite the upper Market.
JAMES C. AIKIN.
June 17th.
CURE FOR
Summer complaints, Ac.
The following letter from Dr. Knapp, a
physician of extensive practice in Baltimore,
is but one of the many testimonies which
have been received of the virtues of
DR. JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE,
Baltimore, March 27th, 1833,
Dear Sir,—Yoursof the 21st came to hand
yesterday. You ask me what ptoofs I meet
with of the efficacy of your medicine?
I can safely say, that I never have prescri
bed a medicine for Bowel Complaint that has
given me so much satisfaction, and
tients sn speedy and perfect a relief.
Whenever introduced into a family it be
comes a standing remedy forthesecomplaints,
and is called for again and again, which I
think is pretty good evidence of its efficacy
and usefulness
In Summer Complaints of children it has
frequently appeared to snatch the little vic
tim as it were from the grave.
"It saved tlie life of niy child and of such
and such It child" my patients have frequent
l y said to me.
In Dysinteric affections of adults I again
and again seen it act like a charm, and give
permanent relief in a few hours.
I may conclude with observing that it is a
valuable medicine and no family should be
M. L. KNAPP. M. D.
my pa
without it.
I
j
For sale by
EDWARD BRINGHURST,
Agent for Delaware State.
Country Merchants supplied at the pro
prietors price.
C'OIlgllSjT'tip.
This Syrup has been much used for five or
! six years past and I have not known it to fail
j curing a cough (except consumption and in
■ such cases very useful) where propercare has
been taken.
! Doctor WISTAR'S celebrated Cough Lo
zenges. -
J LOZENGES for cold in the head ; One
j IZm Ä h™" 5 " wi " scncrally rdieve
WORM SYRUP,
A pleasant and effectual remedy fcrW
FROSTED LIMBS,
A new specific for that painful disorder.
RHEUMATIC TINCTURE.
For Sale at
j
omis.
JOSEPH BRINGHURST'S
Chemical and Drug Store, No. 87, Mar
ket street, Wilmington.
Lucifer's matches
Watts' chlorate or Lucifers'
, . , . , . Matches,,
winch instantly ignite by drawing sand pa
per, lightly over the composition, snd war
ranted to keep perfect.
Also
MAGIC MATCHES.
; Calculated for Travellers, Sportsmen and?
1 Families.
JOY'S
Anti-Dyspeptic Elixer, a safe and expedi
tious cure for Dyspepsia,
Also
DYSPEPTIC BITTERS.
One of the best tonics for weak stomachs..
WHITE'S TOOTH ACHE DROPS,
The best remedy known for that painful dis
For Sale at
JOSEPH BRINGHURST'S
Drug and Chemical Store, No. 87, Market
Street, Wilmington.
N. B. Country store keepers, and others
can be supplied with any articles in his line
on moderate terms.
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