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The Subscriber bus for sale, Full Uluoded llabcivcll Bucks Carefully selected, sired by a Buck imported a of the best also full from England—the Dams bout three years si flocks i blooded, and highly improved. The above Sheep are well worthy the atten tion of Farmers who may wish to improve their locks.—The price will be moderate. JOHN EXTON. 52—5t Delaware City, Sept. 5, 1831. Spirits of nitre, •• of Hartshorn, of Ammonia Aromatic, of Wine, Denarcotised Opium, 8 ;c E. BRINGHURST '8 Chemical Labaratory. Store Keepers articles Aqua Ammonia. Prepared at Physicians and country Supplied with thê above 11 the lowest manufacturing prices, at his Drug and Chemical Store, No 137 Market street. They may rest as sured of their purity and strength. fond of good of those who For the Horses and Dogs—who would study the natural history and habits of American game—whether birds, fUh or Jowl; and for those who take pleasure in the turf, and other field sports —J. S. Skihneb, Postmaster of the City of Bal timore, commenced in September, 1829, the publication of a monthly periodical, entitled, the animats American Turf Register AND SPOUTING MAGAZINE. Each number contains about fifty pages Very fine paper, elegantly printed, with very costly engravings of Horses, Dogs, Birds, Fish, fcc. besides wood cuts on various subjects of natural history. Besides original sketches and anecdotes of hunting, shooting, fishing, &c. it gives the offi cial reports, furnished by the Jockey Clubs, of •II the races in the United States; portraitures d memoirs of animals most distinguish on the turf, of the "olden" and of the present time, with veterinary information, and the pedig of all thorough bred animals The two volumes, of which a few only raj mains on hand of the last edition, contain alrea dy portraitures and accounts of the performan of the Godolphin Arabian, Duroc, Sir Ar chy. American Eclipse. Virginian, Sir Charles, the Winter Arabian, the Darky Arabian, im Ï »orted Citizen, Giincrack, Flying Childers, and mported Diomed—and memoirs of many other celebrated race horses. 'The Editor has waiting to be engraved, portraitures of Mambrino Marske, Highflyer, Hainbletonism, Sharke, Dun gannon, Anvil, Baronet, Valun (English,) Herod, Hhakesp Flimnap, 81 c See. progenitors of and of Ameri , Dormouse, Mufti best stock« portraits oan be obtained« of Timolean, Henry, Ariel, Gohannah, Betsy RanBom, John Richards, Mon ■ieurTonBon, Medley, Kate Kearney, Polly Hopkins, Lady Lightfoot, Clara Fisher, Bonnets ? *Blue« also, imported horses« Leviathan oung Truffle, with many others, as fast at graving» can be had. To all lovers of field aports the American Sporting Magazine ought to be entertaining and instructive, and, as the Editor flutters himself, useful to the rising generation, in drawing them . off. from gniming und other vicious amusements; «».but to all breeders or amateurs of the horse, it trould seem to be in despensable from the circum stance, that they must refer to it for the like , history and performances of the most cel ebrated, and the pedigrees of all thorough bred horses; as well as for the best instructions hreeding, breaking to the saddle and harness, management in sickness and in health, feeding, training, shoeing, 8tc. 8tc. The Editor is without inclination or necessity to say any thing as to the character or execution of his undertaking: suffice it to state, that few impressions of the second edition remain unsold, and that not one copy can be disposed of but upon strict compliance with the terms of the publication, which hum, payab'e in advance every year. The sub scription money to be sent by mail at the sule risk of the Editor: Each year's publication, with the title page and minute index, will make a volume of about six hundred and forty or fifty pages. Any person procuring six subscribers, and tending the money, will be entitled to a year's subscription gratis. (Ej'Copies of the Engravings in the Turf Reg liter, may be had on application at the office— price, twenty-five cents single, or five for dollar. The price ofthe work, half bound in Russia feather is 5,50 per vol.— in boards with linen hacks $5. Aug. 18. DO! l 111 49 -tr. Six cents & an old Shoe REWARD. mat ntt d the 17th instant, Ran away, Apprentice to the Cordwaining business, named THOMAS FOSTER, •bout 19 years of age; five feet, 5 high, light hair •lim.—Had Jacket and pantalets of rowen c usai mere; Mon boots, half worn« and fur hat; and took with him other clothing. Any person returning said boy to the subscri her, shall receive the above reward« but chargea will be allowed. 6 inches d light complexion, and very when he away, a round JAMES L. DEVOU. 45—4t. fuly 21, 1831. For Philadelphia and Wilmington SAZSY. THE STEAM BOAT WILMINGTOH, Captain HENRY HEAD, leaves Wilmington for roiladelphia.at 7 o'clock, A. M.« and returning, leaves Arch Street wlurf, Philadelphia, for Wil mington, at 2 o'clock, P. M., EVERY DAY. Fare 7S Cents. iggage at the risk of the owner.—Breakfast d Dinner provided on board. Freight as per printed list. August 18. Ba - A STATEMENT Qf the Road Accounts of St. Georg in the County of New Castle, fc ending May 5th 1831. Charles Foster, Collector, Dr. to the amount of Tax laid for the support of the public Roads, fcbridgea in said Hundred on dollaragea $240 53, at 22 cents to the hundred dollars, e $1.812 92, 1 Hundred the year Il Charles Foster Collector Cr, by Order naid by him for work done and mater uk fuuifij for $e of tbe Public Roadi and Bridge« in said (hundred amounting to $161319 202 26 Errors and Commissions $1815 45 The above amount of Orders were paid to the following persons, viz To Solomon Kersey Nathaniel Ueuchurp Adam Uoadly William Matthews Joshua Jefferson James chambers George Thompson Joseph Cleaver Sarah Meritt $15 07 6 03 8 6 ;. 7 86 :: I/o S $0 10 02 4 02 John Cann William Boyer John Bunker William Hanse Philip Coursey Adam Diehl jr Abram Monrow John Hays Robert Itrovvn Jonathan Wheatley Mathew F Mason John Frisby Thomas Fountain Edward Thomas Isaac Todd Cuff Frisby Jonas Veasey A. P. Reading Thomas Me Whorter Samuel Florid William McMullin John Janvier, Jr. John Reynolds John Sutton Noah Draper A, R. Pennington James liurnham Lewis Vandegrift Patrick Mcf'onaughy Daniel Haines Isaac Cleaver Robert Cochran Hillard' Sanders Leonard Vandcgrift John McCoulcy George Rice John Cleaver John Kddowes Jacob Houston Levi II» Samuel Harris Charles Tatman Empson Haul Elizabeth Bailey William Bow John McWhorter William Ratliff 'Lockwood & Garretson Andrew Frisby John Boyd Alexander McCauley John Jo. Sarah G Knoxon John Byant Cuthhert S. Green Caleb Foster Spencer Ilolton William C. Crow Raymond Trusty Meredith C. Bryan Joseph f.oper Joshua Trusty Elizabeth Merritt Anthony Tribute James Stephens Charles Jones John Houston Frisby Loyd Ward S Vandcgrift John Mcakns Molton Hudson Jacob Buck George Cleaver Samuel Thomas Daniel Skinner David Wilson James M. Wilson Mary Wilson Thomas Naudain Daniel Clifton Josiah Bunker Samuel Townsend Benjamin Cooper Jonathan Hodgson 6 uel Green William Burges Marcus Carpenter Peter Cleaver Samuel Griffith Purnel Jefferson Jeddiah Dericson Abel Vess Samuel Roth well Jacob Vandegrift Jnpeter Jones Elizabeth Reynolds James Wilson Robert Cann James Vail Aldrich Taylor Isaac Vandegrift William Cleaver James McVey Isaac Maurice Christopher Vandegrift Edward Congo Robert Register Ebenezer Walters William Bedwell Ashberry Pennington Samuel Vail Benjamin Russel James Houston Samuel Riley Mary Scott Levi Johns Stewart Merritt Walter Register Charles Foster William Polk Jones John D. Dilworth Abraham Vandcgrift Robert Maxwell Samuel M'Greggor John Earl James Congo Joshua Clayton George Houston Samuel Harker for publishing Road Act. George Houston in part of au } order for a ballance in his fav- ( settlement. j 2 ou 17 28 2 01 i j 0 05 1 6 33 ■1 <>.; 76 61 s ;,5 15 18 5 50 8 57 23 73 5 01 10 72 13 06 14 74 33 73 <> 7 ' ■ 0 Ml 7 02 13 03 3 00 0 67 1 'M 7510 26 25 103 32 23 40 22 74 19 29 3 09 6 7 15 06 4 02 33 09 34 19 30 19 29 15 41 7 0:, 4 62 1 00 20 24 3 70 6 36 8 30 2 67 6 36 4 34 4 02 55 48 7 37 13 02 10 50 25 76 Iv 9 71 6 70 13 05 3 35 1 34 15 00 2 68 1 75 67 2 63 1 j ; 2 lu 12 0 12 73 7 37 3 67 8 03 2 63 25 85 64 13 1 or 1 07 5 36 4 01 at 3 36 8 02 12 39 11 38 6 70 6 36 9 38 14 37 10 79 2 01 17 39 1 34 1 67 8 38 20 71 1 67 n . « "J 4 02 ? yi 10 05 7 . 4 of 24 06 11 25 2 68 4 35 3 35 6 02 3 55 5 07 14 93 6 35 4 69 2 34 6 01 4 02 29 87 10 92 15 72 2 25 3 00 3 92 1 34 2 01 6 71 4 01 I be ery the 1 0 :><> 14 00 ly. the t 112 16 our $1613 19 JAMES HOUSTON, LEVI HANSON. JOHN M. WOODS, Hoad Commissioners tor St. Georges IIundÆd. July 25, 50—4t To all whom it may Concern. The lad JOHN N. DENNING, who I have assistant in my Store, has ly to Il ï I been the 19th inBtant«—he therefore been authorized to transact any business whatever for me since that date. WILLIAM M'CAULLEY. 3—ix. has Brandywine, Sep. 29, 1831. Xoliee. Whereas I have given HENRY JACKSON, indented servant, hi* freedom, 1 hereby warn all person against trusting him on my account, as I will discharge no debts of his contracting EPHRAIM JACKSON. Miilcreek Hundred, 8 th mo. 6 , 1831.—48-4tp 26 45 the after this date. 07 Tayloring AND CLOTHING STORE. 03 ;. The Subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he continues 86 I/o the carry TAILORING BUSINESS, At the old Btand of Ford and Connaway, where $0 02 02 ou * ,e will be happy to receive any orders in his ^ 28 f |ne * assuring those who may favor him with their i 01 i custom, that they shall be attended to with 05 1 promptitude, ami the work performed to any 1 fashion which may be required, in the neatest and most substantial manner. He has also opened a CLOTHING STORE , At No. 58, Market Street, where he will keep constantly on hand a general assortment of ready made clothing, which he will dispose of at the most reduced prices. 33 <>.; 61 ;,5 18 50 57 73 01 WILLIAM FORD. 72 06 74 73 April 28, 1831. 33—3 m. BIC KNELL'S REPORTER. Counterfeit Detector, and Price Current. The publisher of this journal having been solicited by a large number of his patrons to issue the ''Reporter" weekly, has, in conse quence, made such arrangements as will enable him to comply with ihcir wishesaft;*r the 31st of July next, on which date the first year of this publication will ho completed. We feel grate fill to the public for the liberal patronage award ed us, (having now a more extensive circulation than any oilier newspaper in the United States,) and shall leave no measure unresorted to, in order to render this journal valuable in all peels, not only to merchants, banking institu us, brokers, and keepers of hotels, but to the community in general. We have engaged the literary assistance of several gentlemen well known as writers, and have correspondents in all the principal cities and towns in the United States. We also receive weekly more than five hundred newspapers from different parts of the Union, so that whatever information may be cir culated through the medium ofthe "Repr and the ' ■ Ml 02 03 00 67 'M 25 32 40 be er 74 29 09 7 06 02 09 34 30 29 41 from whence it is derived, b 1 be nfidenlly state, may, in all i as correct. Hank notes 0:, relied upon counterfeited in every direction« and arrival of every vessel from Europe, or the tion of every national excitement, the state of the market varies. Every person should, there fore, be possessed of some certain guide by which all such information might he received by the earliest mails, and at such a rate der its possession an exorbitant jouruaLis exactly what we ende: 00 24 |H . Such a 0 render effort to accomplish which, the "Reporter," in ither pains spared will expc the part of the publisher. Every umber will contain a carefully corrected Uunk ï Hanks, Prices Current, Pri oflLiuk and Insurance Slock d Altered throtighnnt the United Sta likely to throw light Note List ol Broke of Gold, Prices and a description of all Counterfeit Notes in circnlati 1 such informuti upon the subjects embraced in the design of this journal. The Iutc6t foreign news, together with much original and well selected matter, will also bo found in the coltims of the "Reporter." AnvrRTisEMCNTS, not exceeding a square, in serted three times for one dutlar, and for every oilier insertion twenty five cents— larger proportion. Notes on nil solvent bank», of a leS9 denomi nation than five dollars, received at par in pay for subscriptions and advertisements. fl^The weekly publication will be enlarged and otliei wise improved. It will be issued at the low price of $3 yer annum« the semi-month Iv to remain at $2« single conies, 12J cents. Ad dress— ROBERT T. UICKNEL, Exchange Bro ker, In ; 0 No. 119, Chcsnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. Wool Carding, Spinning and Cloth Manufacturing . The Subscriber lie, that he still carries at JOHNSON'S MILLS, he continues to make his usual v; pcctlully informs the pub* the abo husi I'ikt Greek, where jty of WooWen Goods. lie will manufacture Wool into Cloth ofnnyco to the shares, except Blue, whi h will be lie will also exchange finished charged goods for wool. SAMUEL P. JOHNSON. 39—3m. 6th . 3d, 1831. PROSPECT US GENIUS OF UNIVERSAL EMANCIPATION. Vol XII. Tl,e 0,> j ect antl character of this work well known. It has been published nearly ten 7 ears * Rnd circulated in all the States of this Union, in Canada the West Indies, Europe, and Africa. It is exclusively devoted to the subject of the Abolition of Slavery, on the American Con tinent and Islands. Within a few years, the proprietor has trav elled much, and had to depend somewhat upon the assistance of others to conduct the work - lie pledges himself, that the publication shal! , but with the cessation of his natural the la hands, will furnish the means o I life, provided the public patronage, borofliiso issuing a single sheet per annum. —He. further pledges himself, that the grest fundamental principle«, hitherto advocated in this work, shall be steadily maintained. The course to be pur sued, hereafter, will not materially vary from that which lie marked out in the beginning. The corrupt cources of the horrible evil of slav ery shall be traced« this fatal gangrene upon the body politic shall be probed; and the healing balsam will be applied when the putrid mass is removed. Every possible investigation will be made as to the state of the »luve-Hystem, and what is doing relative to it9 perpetuation or aboli ♦ion, particularly in the various parts of the United State« and the West Indies. Every ertion will also be dune, with propriety <nd safety, towards eradi cating this enormous and increasing evil from the American soil. John Iron Jacob Iron de what h TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The work will, henceforth, be issued month ly. It will be noatly printed, on fine paper, and folded in the octavo form, each number making sixteen large pages. The price of subscription will be One Dollar per annum, always to be pain in advance. Subscribers who do not particulary specify the time they wish to receive the work, t ify the Editor of a desire to discontinue it be fore the expiration of each current yerr, will be considered , and their bi gaged for the next succeeding Ils will be forwarded according ly Agents will be entitled to six copies for every five dollars remitted to the Editor, ' money of the United States. All letters and communications, intended for this office, must be addressed (free of expence) to BENJAMIN LUNDY, Washington. X>. Q. May, 1831, ■ Best Live Feathers Fur Sale by BAINTON 8 c BANCROFT, Corner of 3d and Orange Streets, Wilmingto June 2, 1831, 38—5tp* THE THOROUGH bred HORSE RIirj^iuBO 13 a splendid descendant of Sir Archy, the sire of the most distinguished running Horses of the South, and 26 y old, covers at $75 the his ^ season. i BIN ALDO was bred by the Hon. John Ran dolph of Roanoke, (Va.) and is not excelled by 1 a,, y other Horse in the country, in his Pedi grec, or in his limbs, figure, bone, sinew, and action. PEDIGR EEL Sire, Sir Archy« dam Misb Hyland, by Grat chus« grand dam Duett, by Silver Tail, a full bred son of Clockfast« great grand dam Vanity by nf old Janus« great great grand dam by Mark Anthony, the best Partner« he the best Sclimu hy the Codolphin Arabian« great great great grand dnm hy Jolly Rodger. Sir Archy and Gracchus Celer, the best ■ i Id of old Traveller, of got by the im ported Horse Diomed, bred by Sir C. Burnbury, got by ITorizel« the best son of King Herod, Ids (lam hy Spectator, grand dam by Huralio, by Blank, a son of Godolphiii Arabian g. grand dam by Childers; g. g. grand dum Miss Helvoir, by Grey Grantham« g. g g. grand dum by Puget Turk, g. g. g. g grand dam Betty Percival, by Lcedc's Arabian. to in in Will stand for Mares this season, from thr first of April to the first of August, at the following places, in N. Castle County, state of Delaware,— at Richard Jones' New Ark, Hotel, formerly kept hy Caleb T. Swaync, on Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, and at Francis Saw don's Hare's Corner, on Thursdays, Friday, and till Saturday evening in each week, when he will return to New Ark, and so on during the season. The conditions ure, any person putting a Mare to Ri n»ldo, must give their not for $20, to the subscri her or his order payable on the first day of Janu ary next, ami If any mare should he parted with, before it is ascertained she is with foal, the note must be paid« and all marcs not proviu g wit toal, the owner must come forward and give sat isfactory testimony ofthe fact, and receive their •—*- within sixty days after it is due, otherwise if ■glccted longer than the time specified, it be paid. N. U.—For the accomodation of those who wish to put Mares by the single lenp, viz. Any person putting a Mare to Hinaldo hy the single leap must pay ten dollars at the time of covering. Should the mare want the horse again, the er. ... er by paying five dollars more will be entitled to the remainder of the season or may have the Mure insured by giving a note for ten dollars, and complying with the above c nditions. Caleb T. Sway ne. 29—tf. a March 31 GENERAL REGISTER, "til Ich Subscribers' occupations 8cc inserted without charge. In Dry Goods Merchants. Samuel Buzby, 62, market street. John Patti* William ol the Bridge. 1 , 30 market street. M'Caulley, Brandy wine,.-north side Grocery Stores. James Brown. 8 high st. John Rice . Brandywine', south of bridge. Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. James L. Devon. N». 88 \\ « st High st. Theophilus Jone«, 27 market s Val. M'Nenl 8c Si William M'Ni-al, 170 king st. Janus Grubb, front 6t.betwet king. market and 98 and 100 market st. Tailors. Ford & Connway, corner ofKing and Third Isaac Spear, No. 73 James Simpson, 60 market st. Bernard Fischler, third st. Soap Sc Candle Manufacturers Bainton 8c Bancroft, corner of third and orange Enoch Roberts, coi nail streets. kef st. Market. An A of Orange and Tat Watch Makers. Zibc Ferris, 89 market st. Charles Canby, 83 George Ji the the arket st. s, 25 market st. Silversmiths and Jewellers. Joseph Drupel, No 77. market st. Guthre 6c Jefferia, No 57, Marke.t st Druggists and Chemists. Joseph Bringhurst No. 87 Edward Rringhurat, No. 137 market st. Margaret Johnson, No 90 Market Street. •ket st. tin Cabinet Warehouse. John Ferris, Jr. shipley, between 2d and 3d. William G. Jones, corner of fron» and ship lev streets. Wheelwrighting& Plough making. Abraham Alderdice, water streets. Ticrot market and MISCELLANEOUS. Lime —B. Chandler corner of Mai ket and Broad, also corner ot Tatnall and Broad trrets. Machine Cards. —William Marshall ker, ac the old und long established stand, No. 40, west high st. Moses Banister. —Manufacturer of Hair Mattresses, on Quaker Hili, near Mrs. Dauphin's. Currier.— James Webb, high, between or range and shipley streets. Baker.— Miller Dunott, 105 shiply st. Surveyor of Land and Conveyancer.— Lea Pusey, 122 market st. Iron and Coal Merchant.— Thotnns Garrett Jr. 39 shipley street. Thomas C. Alrichs, Fancy Hardware, Tin and Sheet Iron manufacturer, No. 47, market street. Jacob Alrichs, Machine maker, corner of shipley and broad sts. Iron Foundry. —Mahlon Belts, corner of orange and kent sts. Patent Hay and Grain Bakes, and /latent Grain Cradles. —Joshua Johnson 8c Son, maker'«, Pike Creek Mills. China, Glass and Quecnsware store.— Da vid Smyth, 68 market st. Will July of will wants son, Mattresses. The Subscriber informs his friends and the puk* lie, that he still the MMtvess Business, In all its various branches, at.his old stand, on Quaker hill, near Mrs. Dauphin's« where he makes Curled Hair, and other Mattresses, Church Cushions, Sea Beds, Wagoner's Beds, and Set tee Cushions. Steam Bouts, Ships, rackets, 8 cc. supplied short notice. The subscriber returns sincere thunks for past favors, und hopes by strict alten-, tion to business, to merit and receive a continu* of public pntronuge. N. B. Curled Hair and Moss sold, and Horse* hair and Cow-tails bought. sire the the Ran by Pedi and MOSES BANNISTER. 25—3m. Wilmington, March 1,1831. WII.L.IAM ROBINSON, (Late ol the firm of William Ilobinson & Co. Phoenix Foundery, Wilmington Del.,) respect fully informs his friends and the public, that he has commenced llussines 6 in Grat full by Id Kensington, Philadelphia, in Beuch where he is prepared to execute orders for all kind of Custings on the most reasonable terms and solicits the favor of his friends. N. B. Orders may be left at the Store of Dun It Brother, No 50 Market-streei Wilmington, at James M'Culhugh'a New Cattle , all ot which will be forwarded daily by the Steam-Bust to either places free of expense. March 10th, 1832., of Qu Street, im Ids by dam by by also 26—3m. , 1 HE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs the citizens of the borough of Wilmington that ha has opened a shop for the purpose of first to Ri wit sat if ... to Scouring d Gentlemen's garnientp of every de scription, and will extract stains, grease, and oth er imperfections with a neatness and effect that will insure him credit; and he will be thankful to such Ladies and Gentlemen for their custom. 2 doors below Miller Dunotls bakery, No 99. Shipley street. Also, Shaving and Hair cutting done in the neatest manner by GABRIEL JOHNSON: 39—4t. June 8,1831. Caution. All persons are hereby cautioned against re ceiving or purchasing a certain Judgment Bond drawn in the year eighteen hundred and seven by Michael Ham OARF.T I.OWTHKH, for the sum of one hundred and arty dollars. The bond has been satisfied but given up. MICHAEL HAMILTON. Near Ccntrevil], May 25, 1831. 37—4tp enty in favor of Mah Carbonated Water JOSEPH BH1NGHURST, No. 87 Market Street, Wilmington, Has opened his Fountain of Mineral Waters From very accurate analysis of the Saratoga wa ter, he has been qualified to prepare a correct imitation, which possesses all the medicinal pro perties uf the Natural Spring. Those who need a Tonic and Purgative water, can be supplied either at the fountain, or in bottlei. One glass taken before breakfast will operate mildly—two glasses will be active. COMPOUND 1 Ins ia one ofthe best preparations for diseai es ol the skin, scrofulous and other ulcers. The Syrup contains a large portion of the active in gredient, and is prepared according to the best method for preserving the peculiar properties of the Sarsa. EXTRAOX OF KAHINCA, a which has been successful i worst remedy 1 of the (hi of Dropsy. WHITE'S TOO I H ACHE DROPS—The best remedy known for that painful disease. J. B. has the exclusive right for preparing this article in New Cas*.le County , and will supply Druggists and 8tore Keepers by the pound or ess quantity. Alkaline, Extract of Jalop, a mild and effectual laxative, French LAVENDER WATER. All the remedies held in repute by Med J. B. 38—tf. -*n for sale by 6th mo 1st, 1831. Wanted fing buri lu Book Dim '»I character, who well, and ia about 14 years of age, will be taken. JOSEPH SCOTT. 45—tf. An apprentice A lad of good July 21. Dissolution of Partnership. The partnership ofthe Subscribers, under the firm of Ford and Connaway, in the Tayloring business was dissolved, by mutual consent, the 29th of Jan. Ia9t. Persons indebted to requested to make payment, and those having claims to present them to either of the Subscribers. the '•'»ne. 1 it WILLIAM FORD, SAMUEL CONNAWAY. April 28. Wants a Situation. A Gentleman of respectability is desirous of obtaining almost any honorable situation, plcyment, whereby he Ins employer, little family - tunes, been reduced to tin oujrh thin office. Sept. 7, 1831. render himself useful and be enabled to provide for —He has, from a series of misfor . Address R, 1>. 52—4tp. PRINTING XVERT Neatly and expe ditiously execut moderate it the of c d, fice of the Delà* . S l „ " are Advertiser. LA L y - No. 81, Market, "^1^ s,re et, Wilmiug Dont tail to take Notice. All persona indebted to the late firm of JOHN R. BOWERS, & CO., Will please to settle their accounts with William M'Caulley, on or before the 15th instant, who ia authorized to receive the same, as no further in dulgence need be expected. July 1, 1831. Apprentices Wanted. Two or three boys about 16 or 18 years of age, of steady habits, and who can read well, will be taken at this Office business. Liberal terms will be allnwe JOHN R. BOWERS. 44—4t. learn the printing Situation Wanted. A single Man who is a good accountant, wants a situation: he is well acquainted with the Milling business. Apply to the Editor in per A. it. son, or by letter, post paid.