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vertisement from n late Havana paper. It illustrates the taste of the Spaniards for those disgraceful scenes of brutal sport, to which the nation have su long been addict ed. ••BULL FIGHT. "On Monday, the 11th inst. at S o'clock in the evening, weather permitting, the 28tli fight will take place; at which, Senor Don Rafael Rodriguez, Lieutenant Governor and First Assessor General of the Govern ment of His Majesty, (whom God preserve) will preside. ••The course will comprise seven bulls to be killed, which will first be fought with pikes and barbed-arrows, and, besides, by tour men with the cloak, and not by ama teurs, in consequence of a decree of his Excellency the Governor and Captain-Gen eral; and the sport will be of excellent and extraordinary merit, as well at for the par hich has been taken in se lecting bulls of the mw bravery and feroci •y, as also iu the great interests of the inu • adores,* picadores and banderilleros, by whom the public will be perfectly gratified and to which will contribute the amateur, Vribune, who will barb them during the whole fight; and also the matadores, who will also barb the ones severally assigned ticular care '■'"Rafiel Rebullo will «*e the first sword, who off;,, the -.he satisfaction ot the public, a«.l a new pi cadore will ceme in the class of an amateui who will change with Joaquin Zapata—both of whom will fulfil their duties with their best intelligence and ability. "The subscriptions will be opened to such ; »sn)«y wish to enter their names for any ! bliss of scuts, and the general entry wi'.ljjej animunced as at the previous fights. The I lours will be open on the day ot the per- | tormance, at half past two P. M. for the bet- ; ter accommodation of the public. The price | wdi be the same as at the previous fights." 1 who kill the bulls; 1 those who prick them with the pikes; j those who plunge the barbed ar- , his ne. k to provoke him to fight. j ■ • Matado.'ts, the persons picador ts, 'ander idt jvvi ir.tc An Admiralty case, (the United State*» vs. the j hip Canton) for the fraudulent use of an Amer . ;an register, l humas Vasques» claimant, w as Tried at New-Orleans, on the 4th tilt, and after a lull hearing, sentence of condemnation was pro nounced. from be , .. ed K ept and P repared t or jhe ll ilnmigto man. j ,| K .y J. ! sort 0; Wind - fancy of (all ! 1 N. 1 ' METEROLOGICAL OBSERYATIONS for June, 1827. State of Weather. » < ù »O CÏ S W fair and warm '.9 70 84 30 C6 80 July. dj Co I ; : du d° ! bur'n 9! I Silk, do do 2 72 98 3 74 98 4 76 94 5 68 64 do sun very red, do fuir and warm Üo jnptiE B. ! ment do; do lNeatest deg. of heat, (>U. j Greatest cleg, of cold, 98 Temperature, *54. h NOTICE. The firm of .1. THOMAS & CO. being di»- j ;olved on the 15th of the Fourth month la^t, all i l ns persons having cb-.ns against said firm are desir-j -d to produce them immediatelv for settlement; I • and all who are indebted to saal firm are request ed to call on Ezra H'jopcs and settle the same. [ s Anv person having demands against the firm of II. & E. HOOPES, or against EZRA HOOPES, | 3 are requested to furnish them for settlement to j E. Hoopes: and any person indebted to either ; of the above concerns, are earnestly requested to , discharge the same without delay to to the said EZRA HOOPES. j Wilmington, 7th mo. 3d, 1827. 42- j A Valuable Farm for Sale. , S offered fo> private salt, a Vulua- ' _ ble Farm, situated in Fenrader i hundred, Newcastle County, Del. a* ! hnnt 1 ini le south ot Newark; adjoin- j ing lands of F. II. Holtzbeckcr» the hoirs cl W it- j liam Lindsey, dec., Zachariah Jones, und^others, containing i06 acres, "more or less . I his I'arm xs on a black oak and hickory soil, in a hu* h state ; of cultivation, and equaled by tew in the neigh-i bourhood;—it is well adapted to all kinds oi Grasses and Grain»—-has on it a young thriving j orchard of about one hundred trees ol choice excellent bottom meadow, through a [iij»] fruit; an which runs a never failing stream; and seven til lages or fields, all under good fence. The im provements are a two story log dwelling house, j well weather-boarded outside and lathed and j plastered inside, having three rooms down and j lour up stairs, with a first rate cellar under the | whole.—Also, a kitchen adjoining, with a pump of excellent water at the door; a stone milk house and a smoke house; a frame barn, nearly new, with excellent tabling underneath, suffi cient to hold ten or twelve head of horses, be sides milch cows, calves, &c. Further descrip tion is deemed unnecessary, as it is expected that any wishing to purchase w ill view the prem ises, which the subscriber, living thereon, can •how, and make known the conditions of sale. JOHN PITNER. 37—4t. CxwefoY The Wilmington Society for Suppressing Intemperance, has received a few doses of the celebrated medicine ot Dr. W. Cham bers, of N. York, which may be had on ap plication to James Wattson, Thos. M'Cor-, kle, or Wm. A. Mendenhall, Confidental Committee; who may at any time be found ' at their respective places of business. ______ — ■ «*■» V iiiXiN WT«* Plain and Ornamental Printing, May 28, 1827. àt r~ Executed at thi9 Office, ON.M«OBXATB TURMS. a his Borough lioau. THE undersigned having been appointed by the Borough Council a Committe to receive Pro posals for a Loan not exceeding 50,000 Dollars, the credit of the Horough of, Wilmington, for the purpose of supplying the Borough with water, at a rate of interest not exceeding five per centum per annum, payable semi-annually, and reimbursable at the end of 20 years from the 4th of July, 1827—Notice is therefore hereby given, that such proposals will now he received by the undersigned at any time after the present date, for taking said Loan. JAMES BROBSON, JAMES GARDNER, JOSEPH GRl'IUl, WM. I.AHKIN, on IS, Kll milice. 39—tf. c June 12th, 1827. Brai\ Alwine, UAuxlNLeate SPHI 1 TGL The spacious and elegant house belonging to the Company, which was completed last tall, is now open and handsomely furnished tor the re ception of visitors and hoarders, under the su perintendence of the Subscriber. This Watering Pi.u k is finely situated in the high and healthy country, five miles west of Wilmington, commanding an extensive view of the surrounding country, the River Delaware and the neighboring States The grounds of the company afford pleasant and shady promenades, and of » bounded by fine streams. The virtues of the Waters are those of the pur Pro os' Chalybeate, according « .the «"ly* y am , ire tcle i, rat ed , s a fint . tonic, . r)ie vic j nit tu W iln,in K ton, offen at all times, accesJ w un e ' xcc)1( . tU mark ct; and the daily in tercourse bv Steam n oat ], n <-s hetween thaï plane and New-Cast le, to and from Philadelphia ; :im i Baltimore, affords a facility of comm ; ! tion not possessed by any other Wattling Place Parties can be accommodated at a short notice I with dinners, collations, Ice creams, | ; to gratify | .oil and salubrious Retreat, Charges will he moderate. 1 CH AULES STANLEY. ira i prictor, 1 in t<c. rtions shall be'sparcd by the I everv want of the visitor to tin- pleas- ; No c 1 ! 1 June 1, 1827. j n. b. ( irdagcs, gigs , he had; and thi re are delightful rules « j roads, to the neighboring towns villug ■ Sic. Hornes taken at livery. 3ni. id horses n r ; I emui ' U ' !' I , ! between O IV. Lurkin'* und C. Umhom a Grocery , Stores, begs leave to nilorm Insli-iendsanil the ! public generally, that Jn- has just received a f-esh ! supply of PL.HS-ii P.ISHIHSABLP. Il l /'•' | from the manufactory of Thomas Ein es. N». 100, ■ Market-st. Pldlad.lpliia, w Inch are warranted to I be equal in point of color and ipinl ty to any hats ■ manufactured in the country—such as is belicv* j ed will give perfect satisfaction to the wearer:— j ,| K .y w ,u (,e disposed of at Philadelphia pi-.ees. ! J. S. has always on hand, for sale, a huge as ! sort ment of At Ac and other Books, in plain and , - fancy binding, together with a good assortment I of Stationary, blank books, paper, slates, &.c. (all of which he will sell at city prices. ! ! May 25, ... J 1 N. R. Rtanks and other books ruled and bound 1 ' order. An Apprentice wanted to the Bookbinding 1 . j as a Wuuk & V\v\t Ätovv. SCO FT, Nn. 93. Murket-st. J W dj I ; : d° ! bur'n do I may icinc, , riifcv in j of a I have Silk, Toilinet, Valencia and Marseilles Vestings. | (,| t Leventines, Florenscs, Gros de Naples, and 1-ns tring Silks. SPRING GOODS. jnptiE SITÎSCRIBKR has just received in ad B. dition to his former stock, a large assort ment of Spring Hoods, among which arc, CLOTHS and KP.HSE Y M EUES, j tion G' -iia and Porter Sheetin Island ami I'lime N. D.leans; j Ravc-ns Din k, R i l ns k Linens, Si a Shirtings I • aniline, Jaconet, . » i— and Mull Muslins, Rnmbazetn, Bumbuzcnes. and Norwich ( rupcf [ s i'b. < " lton ;llK " "'. c, , 1 . Hosiery. Dnllings nine and Y ellow Nankeens, | 3 Oases Leglioru—1 do. Straw IR nncts. j Also, a large assortment of ; BOOTS & L'a-JOSH, , j] t t / ie fff uW ing hue price s. viz. 2 cases Men's fine Hoots, J2 00 per pair. j n ,i 0 . j j do. Ladies Valencia Shoes 75 62 J ! • ters, j 1 j curial ! 1 ! fvets I sician j .ly j come I me ! short '* 87 J do. do. Monroes, do. 2 do. do. Moro< c.o 1 do. do. Leather, do. 5'J 1 do Ladies'Morocco Shoe«, with heels, : 75 cents per pair. 50 do do 1 do do Kid do SO do do 1 rase 75 pair Seersucker pantalets The aboie are well worthv the attention ot. , ' i ! j j ie I jU 3 1 ; _P * * j do. 1 do Misses* do Springs 1 the j limbs i l:er*s ; ever, JOHN PATTERSON. 30—3 m, » <5V JT j j j | be can i ! I from ! I ! ecu, i is j j ; mg '• ! of ! To THE AFFLICTED! In justice to myself, l have been induced to j of reply to a false and unjustifiable attack made 1 upon me and others by swaffn, the vender of a' ap- certain Panacea in this city. 1 do thisalso, in or- ' der to remove from the public mind, the false I impressions which may arise out of his pompous J found ' " fi d incorrect statement in the public prints.— ?* r - Swaim wishes to establish the belief, that he «*■» i*. the sole patentee oftlie celebrated Panacea, | l ' as built his fortues; and not sat-1 isfied with asserting thi?, he goes on to condemn all others as spurious and false imitations. Now nothing is more entirely destitute of TRUTH. I have been acquainted with the (Ej*omoinal re n PE from which Swaim MANUFACTURES iu k Med iciNE, for upwards of ten YEAiis. It wak on tain ed from MY fatheu-in-law, who now re sides in tue State of New York, who has us ed it for thirty yf.ahs, and performed 1NNU MKHAHf.E extraordinary CURES with it. In every case where I have administered this medi cine, its powerful virtues have not been known to fail : this, of itself, and I have certificates to substance «« fact, w«mi.i give 0*11*10 Mr. Swaim s bare assertion. Perfectly satisfied as I am, with the increasing orders for it, which are rmeliing me from various parts of the Union, I x <1 1 I m ' ' * u i w -8 KM?*" as ,gU it cecessary to tr.a*e ; this plain statement of the relative merits of the j case, hail not Mr. Swaim, on one occasion, when a Lady personally waited on him, to purchase his Panacea, and complained of his extortionate price, remarking-to him that she could purchase mine for half the money, advised her not to ta ce any of it for fear it might produce fatal conse quences, and went on to say that it was not gen nine. Thousands of persons who are now joying the blessings of health, established by its use, will bear me out of this assertion, hat RENOVATING V KG ETA U LE P ANACEA Sw aim's, am* should not have lL; en Pabkv.b' IS, IX I'.VEBT IllSPECT, rueVI. IIAX UK TIK MX IK ALL CASKS wIlf-UK HIS HAS l' XII FHEKDOM. Kll KFNCAf IOITS, WITH REC CHITV A THOL'T FEAH OF COXTHADICTIOX, T HEY1IXI! THE F11SS1 und llis SAY, S ESTABLISH THE AND I AND I 1IILITY OK nor I -THAT Ml/ MEDICINE ARE ONE AND THE SAME THING, TION OK ANY MERCURIAL PREPARATION. JOHN A. PARKF.lt. riTH TIIE EXCEP Vegetable Renovating Panacea. Carefully p rap arc cl from the original recipe, ami warranted equal to any now ; I -1 • FOR THE CUKE OF Liver Complaints, Scrofula, or; King's Evil, Mercurial Disease, 'l'uniours, Putrid Sore Throat, 'Fetter, Ulcers, £tc. 8ce. It is particularly beneficial in lihiiitnutts/HS, its effects being such as completely to remove the complaint. all cutaneous diseases, or affections of the skin, pe rhaps there i more eminently successful, of Consumption , it will he found ot vice. It affords effectual relief m Sylph ititic and Mercurial Diseases. Several cases of Jaundice have been fad.cady removed by the use ot only a tew bottle.;. Dyspepsia, or indigestion, is taken its powerful virtues; and where Children are cl it is known to be a salutary operative a y< n been no medicine tint hi In the early stages nrnt str ; I concc*_ i ami for that purpose kept by families to be u«*d 1 in the complaints incident to the change ot the •usons. ; 1 , • is \Varran'ed C.cnui .-*, and is use; u is carefully prepared This Medici I 1 equal to any now i ! rom the original Recipe, 11 v JOHN A. PAKKFÎL ! Directions for using this Medicine, and certifi- j ho it has radii'- ; , accoin j r'-snectable pet's I cates fri ' U ^'J ouiT-d of various wo fir mid diseust r.anv each bottle. !' This Panacea has been highly recommended I by manv respectable /'/. i/siciunr, and Profuwr* | ! in the Pniverilii of Pciinsy/eintiti. It has per jfoi-.-rsecl ronialkidilc cures, after all die oflortsofj , , Nperie|lce am | skill have failed. " ' ! m " itwi || ,, le sout Cutoumptions, ! () rorl , r ) H ints that ti rminate | spreading disease. It is a well known fact, that ■ |J|01 . e w ;,|, this disease than of any otlu .- to I w (hc | mlI!im f aM „| v are exposed. 1 'deed, ' ■ l( bas spread to such an alarming extent, and is so j j ce ,. ta ;p, operation, when once it has got the j i C! icv.that we cannot be too careful in ! - in t)u ; tlu . diseases that generate it |u where Murcurv has beuii , f „ rts , A ,- cmuin j„ the system, it I uablc mcf j . | t restore- » the constituium t<* j wonted vigor and soundness, and conqdeL ly i ! eradicates the evils that attend it, amt many i J more ran bear testimony to iti good effects in , p., rtlC ular , »fl , as it carries in this fatal wide ■ j mp I, tiie* ef an inval 1 raiCEtaFEr.rOTTIÆ. i S;L-i <211 PF.lt niMt'.y. i • otlu-f Gentlemen, who | sale of this Med- 1 And TTPost-Mastcr*, I may mterrst tliemselv«» in the icinc, shall have a liberal discount allowed them. ! , riifcv may be assured that the ingredients used | in the manufacture of it aie entirely simple, and | 0|<I j of a cnri-ective nature, and its specific qualities I have been tested by many of our most respecta- 1 | (,| t p|,v b icians. Orders from any part oftlie ITnian will he j l.-d towith punit,, id, tv, and every in forma-; tion given that may be required. Address to '■ JOHN A. BARKER, j G' ! To the care of Atkinson and Alexander, Pria • ters, 1 ,'iilndelpliiu. ' 1'OU CERTIFICATES. j 1 woe afflicted, several yearn ago, with a tuer- ! j curial disease, w hich destroyed my health and ! ! enfeebled my constitution to that degree that I i 1 despaired of ever again recovering from the cf- i '• ! fvets of it. I had been under the care of a phy-j I sician fgr more than seven months, and my mala- i - j .ly s' ill continued to increase; i j come ulcerated, when by chance, I became ac-| I quaipted with Mr. John A Parker, who informed ] me that he believed he could cure me in a very j \ u ! short time with his Panacea, five bottles of which '* restored me to health and comfort. I To had be Of ot. G. MILLS, Witness, J. H- Stew wit. Philadelphia, Ptbruury 14, 18 27. Philadelphia , April 1 \th 1827. 1 hereby certify that iny wife was afflicted with the most excruciating Riieumatic pains in all her j limbs for two months; being advised to try Car i l:er*s PbHvt'W 9 I procured two bottles, one liow ; ever, entirely removed the pain, and she is the him 11 JAMES C. Ml UCH. The Proprietor of Parker's Panacea has the i satisfaction of laying before the publ ! lowing recommendatory notice of his Medicine I from Dr. Edw in A. Atlec, a highly respectable ! Practitioner in Philadelphia. I "Having bf en requested to state, what experi ence I have had of the efficacy of Parker's Panu ! ecu, 1 am enabled to say, that three patients, who have used of the bottles, presented for trial, have evidently derived grea benefit. The first i is a respectable female, who labored under cx j treme Scrofulous debility, in which the stomach j participated largely—its digestive functions be ; mg much disordered. After taking one bottle, lier health was improved—her appetite, diges tion and complexion meliorated; and in the use ! of the second bottle her convalesence is speedy. The second is the son of a board-merchant, ! who suffers with the hip-disease, a scrofulous uf to j had habitually suffered great pain in the affected made 1 part, and his general health was much impaired, of a' He has taken nea.iy two bottles, and his parents or- ' say he has been more free of pain than before, false I while his general health is fast improving, J The third is a Lady, whose disease is supposed to be Rheumatic—and who has long suffered he with an extensive ulcer oftlie leg, resisting the | remedies prescribed by two regular and eminent sat-1 physicians, who apprehended the loss oftlie limb by gangrene. By request, 1 called to see herto Now day ; viewed the ulce r, which is now not more I than »fourth, in diameter and depth, of what it re- was originally—is much less swollen, very slight Med- ly painful—and she says she has received more on- benefit from the twobottlesof Parker's Panacea, re- than from any medicine that had been before ad us- ministered.** 1NNU- If the above recommendatory notice is calcu In lated to benefit the proprietor, it is at his service. medi- E. A. A I LEE, known to Mr. as I are I the fi/1. 4 Philadelphia Sfh mo. 30, 1827. bold by Josrrii Bhikohubst, Druggist and Chamist, No. 87, Market street Wilmington. Also, at J. HiuiLia's Drug Store, opposite the Town-Hall, Mnrketstreet. LA MOTTS COUGH DROPS. laluablt Medicine for Cough), Coneumpl.o Jand Atthmaa. This Elixir is offered to the public as pos sessing virtues peculiarly adapted to the present prevailing disorders of the breast and lungs, leading to consumption. A timely use of these drops may be considered a certain cure in most cases of Common Colds, Couglts, Influenza, Hooping Cough, Pain in the Side, Difficulty of Breathing, liant of Sleep arising from debility, and in Soins modic Asthma, it is singularly ulhca A particular attention to the directions accompanying each bottle is necessary. The following certificates from respectable gentlemen, Physicians and Surgeons arc subjoin ed, to show that this composition is one which Medical men are disposed to regardas efficacious and worthy of public patronage. Having examined the composition of La Mott's Cough Drop«, improved, we have no hesitation in recommending them to the public, as L mg well adapted to those cases of disease for which thev are recommended. Don it, Albany Dec. 4,1824 ; of \V bite Creek, Feb. 14th 1825; , of Cambridge, Feb. 20th, „ns Di.ax, of Jackson, January 20, I \V emus. Doctors Jon a i w v Watson S 1825; Hon. 1825. lAtrad of a letter f ir s Beu. Ebenezer Harris. I am pleased afe .v facts v. lii< 1» n. v serve in commendation of lient Cou 'h Drops. For ten years I ufflit Lui with .t pulmonary complaint, my •vc:*, my appetite weak, and ,g. I used many popular inedi. ly found temporary relief, until by a roiiLiiued use of \ our valuable Drops, 1 have been blessed vit!» such perfect health as to ren der further mean. unm-crss&rv. r I n pportunity of relating itl. this y< r c was cough strengt!» fail» its I•.lir.NE7.EK HARRIS. fbilen, X. !.. Am 12, 1825. I have for 18 years been troubled with an affection oftlie breast and lungs, attended w ith a severe cough, pain in the side, and difficulty of breathing; and i ; I bee: Mi J. C IV10; the fall of 1825, much reduced that my life was des visible benefit from 1 paire l of; ami receiving , my physician, l was advised to make trial of La was restored to pel lot health; audit rnnv firm beliet, that the tr • ot the above named drops, THOMAS JONES. I Mott's Cough Drops, a I after taking one bottle ! j ; avi d nr life. ms, (thw. J holei.alc an I agents of their appointing j j tbroiighoiit the tinted States and Canada, 5;c. ; Each boule romains 45 doses, p-ice il. ! CfTSold in NViliii'ngton by Josei'h llRiMiiiunsj ' ist and Chemist, 87, Market-st. I Mardi, 8—25— töm. | -I I i I ( 'n/unt : ', i:; | ' j j j i i , retail by O. S. Crnsljy Sold , Columbus, Ohio, Urn "ïfDl JOSEPH DRAPER, -ivrcssor to lli .Mit J. Pei-pfh, SWvvFsm\V\\ iuu\ j Respectfully iofonr.. tlic public that he has be* ^:o. 77 ? MAH3SET-.ST. flu 1 n.md l.iiflv occupied by Huai, ('anhy, next tin- F.irmers* Bank, where he will! if and keep constantly for sale, i S;L-i r spectacles. Table unit Tea ; i Sbonm | , 1 And all kinds o! (.old urn! Silver Wire at reduced ! prices '1'j'fir CASH omfaei ! | | 0|<I ffÇld and silver, Wilmington, May 11, 182/. ' ; The highest cash and hange prices given for j i TO FARMERS. \7.\. .4- «. e X.' Sun ! 4*U.\\YVl VlVCHlUCh s\ Dull, , Ket P band, for »ale, their J infill), '(.d Patent Jane, In Orange, ii-sts. — A » o. 1'OU ('LL between Xi. Grain, n.it ami Sect I'ri SIEX-2S AN3J WOVE WIRE, _ , ... . U J "'//ereil, nun ... ^ ' n A I orders 111 the line of their husilica., i '• «"•f'Vullj attended to. "'.tinington, 5lh ino.3.1, 182o. i - THE subscriber notifies bis friends and the ] publie, that he has removed from the old stand, j \ u . is sliipley street, formerly occupied by ll'jl.l.l 1 M t 'll l V 1)1. F It I ' ' ' ' 1 To j\l>. 23 Market, and 26 , Ship, ley street , P.J. — till i* I Where he intends keeping on hand a constant supply «>f ! j Of every description, wliicb he will dispose of on I Persons favoring] having I ! ' V \ n v s\vv A \ »V nUu' v, the most reasonable terms, him with their custom, may depend their Leather of the best quality. Also, Morocco, and Lining skins for sale. JOHN t.UYI.U. « the it ad IVihnington, March L", 1827. 26 ir.i. SPRING GOODS. I THE Subscriber lias, in addition to Ids winter stock, added thereto an extensive assortment jo Spring Goods, among which are, Canton Crapes, Crape Robes, C!«pe Shawls, Swiss, Mull, ltook and Jaconet Muslins; Calicoes and Fashionable Ginghams, 4 quarter and f> quarter Muslins, Guntlemc n and Ladies* Silk and Cotton Hose, Marseilles, Valentia and Black Silk Vestings, Cotton and Thread, Laces, Figured and Plain Gros de Naples Black Lutestrings, do Leventine, with all the variety of Silks suit able for Ladies' dresses; with the usual assort ment of Bomestic Goods, such as Plaids, Stripes, Drillings, Pittsburgh Cords, &.C. Also an assortment of COPfiSL*». Large 'Fortoise Shell back, neck, and side combs, with a full assortment of Spanish shell and common mock shell combs, which will be sold most reasonable terms. the W H. II. TOMLINSON, 31— April 19. Hu. 86, Market st. EHEaiFFALTY. r ft I IF. Subscriber begs leave to offer himself to l the Democratic Citizens of Newcastle Coun ty for the office of SHERIFF, to be supplied ill October next; assuring them that in case he should he the object of their choice, his best ertiuns shall be employed to execute the duties of the office with fidelity; and pledging himself to abide by the decision of the County Meeting, to be held at the Red Lion, for the nomination of the County Ticket. ex and the AJ.EX ANDER PORTER. 35—tf. May 17, 1827 GENERAL REGISTER! Dry Good Merchants^ Chalkly Somers, 48, Market-street Buzby & Bassett,62, market st. John Patterson, 30 market Street. \V B. Tomlinson, No. 86, marketStrect John R. Brinckle, corner of market ßcOupri streets. William M'Caulley, Brandywine,north side of the Bridge. Allan Thomson, 43 market st. John W. Tatum, 82 market st. Grocery Stores. Joseph Mendenhall & Co. corner of King and Second streets. " Joseph C. Gilpin, 46, market st. James S' Samvel Brown, 8 High st. Clemcntlk Gordon, corner of Market and Kennet. Peter Horn, corner king and iront sts, John Hice, Brandywine, south of bridge. Samuel Stroud, corner of front and George IVinslow, 179 market st. John Wright, corner of From -md Marke Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. John Matthews, Delawarc-st., third door be low water-st. N. Castle. Theophilus Jones, 27 market st. Val. M'Neal & son, 98 and 100 market st, William M'Neal, 170 king st. William White, 4 high-st. Merchant Tailors. George R. O Daniel, No. 26 , market.-st. James Simpson, No. 2, west third street. Millinery and Fancy Stores. Mary and Rebecca White, 110 market st. orange. Hotcls and Taverns. James Plumlcy, Washington Inn, 39 mark et st. Joshua Hutton, Queen of Otalieite, corner of market and nueen sts. JoUu M. Smith, Indian King, corner of Mar ket and High sts. Soap & Candle Manufacturers. j Bainton Sc Bancroft, market, near kennet ; Lochran and Adams, cor. orange and third ! Jam»"* K*)'. c »f»er tatnall and queen. ' " ^ . I Lai'penterS. | Joseph Seeds. Broad, above Orange-st. i'.li-.ha Huxley, Broad, one door below King. I Samuel Askew, Kennet Road._ Watch Makers. /.ilia Ferris, 89 market st. Charles Cunby, 83 market st. George Jones, 25 mavket-st. Silver Smiths and Jewellers. James Guthre, 41 market st. Kmmor JefTeris, Quaker Hill, three doors i below the Meeting-House. I Joseph Draper, No. 77, market-st. Curriers. John Guyer, No. 23, Markct-st., and 26, Shipley- at. James Webb, High, between Orange and Shipley-sts. ; Cabinet Warehouse. John Ferris, Jr. sliipley, between 2d and 3d Tobacco & Segar Manufacturers Thomas A. Starret, 10 west high st. Dread and Biscuit Bakers. Miller Dur.ott, 105 Sliipley st. MISCELLANEOUS. Patent Pans and Sieves manufactured by Edward Brookes & Son, Orange, between Front and Second streets. Bernard M' tluigen, bottles Porter, Ale and Cider, at No. 81, market-st., and 15, East Third-st. Plough Making and Wheclwrighting .— Abraham Alderdice, corner of Market and Water-st. Iran and Caul Merchant —Thomas Garett, Jr, 39, Sluply-st. Master Bricklayer, and Lime Merchant .— B. W. Brackiii, old Lime stand, No. 15, west Broad-st. 'Funner .—Benj amin Webb, Queen, between Tatnell and Orange-sts. Lottery and Exchange Office .—Robertson fc Little, 28, market street. James C. Allen 'Jeachcr'Su. 105, Orange-st., above the Hay-Scales. ThomasC. Alrirlis, Fancy Hardware, lu and Sheet Iron Manufacturer, corner ot market and second streets. 'Jacob Alrirlis, Machine Maker, corner ot shipley and broad streets. Iron Laundry — Maillon Betts, secon(l-st near the Black Horse tavern ^Manufactory —Robinson's & Co. Marocca 98 market st. Conveyancer —Benjamin Ferris, at the cor ner of West and Third streets. J- 1'. I'airlaml), Notary Public, Surveyor L ind, Conveyancer, Regulator ot Streets, ike. No. , King street. Patent Hay and Grain Sakee Joshua Johnson & bon, makers, Pike* Creek Mills. jVutary J'ub/ic and Conveyancer .— Hendrickson, corner of I iench and Sc ond streets. No. 43. Livery Stable —Kept by Huson Swayne, m Shipley st. above Queen. China. Glass und Queensii'are store. vid Smyth, 08 market st. I Druggist Cf Chemist .—Joseph Bring.»«»'« 85 market st. ___ of Isaac WOOL CARDING. OHN BANCROFT, having removed from Brandywine Bridge, to Providence * ut ry, Delaware Co. Pa., takes this means ° form his friends and the public generali) » 4 J he there continues the Carding ot \\ ool, " r 3 those who are pleased to favor him wii ' eu stem; and that he hopes bystriitatuiition ^ punctuality, to merit a continuance ot P tin natronaL.e. He also takes tins opp-' 1 ' 1 •. tic patronage. ......... ..— ^ „debtetl to inform those to whose favor lie «as. . bile at Brandywine Hi iuB', ill of for work in this line, while at Brunny« » that all wool left for him to card, at John ion Store, or at the soap Factory of jlruiidon croft, Wilmington, or at Win. M'Cauley • ^ onte e v ' tusiiy Brandy wine, will be taken from thence ery week, and, being carded, will be p 4 etunred the week following; hoping, > retlir r. bove arrangement, and punctually m .. . . tJ and good performance of tbe wort u f a . him, they may be induc'd to cor. - * 111 " vour». -g _jm.