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mmamraviB 8 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1843. Ä.im'I h ft 6 wmm. > : 'S »I r5Sr SMÏ For. President, HENRY CLAY, Of Kentucky. For Vice President, •lohn HI. Clayton, Of Delaware. Delaware Legislature. The 8cssion is drawing to a close. This week farthest will end it—much business has been and will be done, though no very important measure has been brought forward. Only for the loco focos contesting the election of Mr. Roe, it would have been ended three weeks ago, and saved the State above three thousand dollars. type, we learn from Dover correspondent, that the House has fixed upon Monday next as the day of adjournment, and sent the Resolution to the Senate for concurrence. Since the above Our CHy. to their illegally obtained mightily afraid the City Charter will be at their frauilt, and to prevent them running the city in debt in order to buy partizans. The lokies who hold »0 amended catch th .lElllcrhim. A Miller meeting was held in this city this week—like all night dw theories it attracted a crowd, and we believe it woutJ make pronely t well as elsewhere. Strange times ccr a pro hoy who she avare, on the night of the 20th inst. yard of 75 dollars is offered for the nc. Canterbury, Delà* his longrit On the 4th of March next Congress will adjc The Whig* have been King »etrench —the loco foco Tyler party have oilier hand throw the the way of every ohstaclc ii passing useful measures. The whigs have endeav oured to bring about some safe currency they have retrenched the expenditure of the povc fro 40 millions ider Van Buren to 22 millions at this lit ;, and "had the President id the lokies joined them, they would have I» :!it 1 the The lokies to 15 raillio per aenum. a hard finch will bring little at cts. in < 1 « Slid VC ™y. id wheat 50 tu that—n ct*. Hiate. The lokies Uek upon the universal dis for the pcej le they have hi res* without t a bugged and deceived, and the whig* have be posed by 'the President and the loco <i op party in try — for the relief of the have the unblushing impudci these I ok it idyc to ex |K*ct the suffering people V" ill and assurun elect them to oifice, that they may continue to fatten at the public crib, sud keep their feet on the necks •of the peoplo. PennN.Yl« a«iia l.rglslaf m <*. The Resolutions of Mr. Wilcox favourable amendment -of the Constitution, requiring the I.eg cct biennially, have passed. If this nimmt should be sanctioned by the will decline. islatxire 4e proposed people, the Lumber butin More Trouble in the Camp .—We clip the follow ing from the Pennsylvania Inquirer:— A pamphlet ha* been issued at Washington, which i which assails Mr. Calhoun and hi* friends with much violence. It assert* that Mr. Calhoun "doc* attributed by 60 Mr. Benton, and abide by a National Convention pick a quarrel with the Denioc the party to take him, that his"object is racy" the evil of'disunion in this, be is resolved ssion; thnt " if he fails divide the party, and march the Federalists;" that "he will of assumption;" that " he ightt;" and that " thus a Ins divisi next sanction the me Kill gi treaty will be effected between Mr Webster and Mr. Calhoun." The Globe describes the affair as / a trick of the enemy." p the Sta The French Mlnl«lcr. The Trench Minister, M. Guizot defeated ir the Chamber of Deputi he howev Chamber of Peers. The London Morning Chron. iclc says in regard to this vote : the Syrian question ; majority in the "The questi is certainly at all calls for the resignation of the minis a very against the Com mission, than against M. Guizot But the divisior less important and ominous, the side of the Opposition. The same 206 doubt, voto for a stronger paragraph ■r, and the it shows 206 will, right of search, than that of the Commissioners; andin that case the days of M* Guizot's ministry bered. A Great Fire In Java. The following it extract of a letter from Sour abaya, dated 8 ept 10, 1842 : " Yesterday centre of the had s most destructive fire in the , and about learn, have been destroyed, and a large amount. We had one of the amount of 2000 had removed nearly all the the day before. thousand houses, I property stores burnt, and property rupees fortunately girods from this s This is the tliird large fire fear there fires, although nothing has yet been found they go of house and home." have had within a people at work setting . month, and ; if this shall, I fear, be burnt Bli Nslngti of Poverty. During the great fire at Liverpool, while people running hither and thither to save their prop, erty from destruction, dragging from the flames, and exhibiting tokens of great dis tress and anxiety, from a loud hovel and said, " Wall thank God, I bave nothing to remove." furniture, &c. old woman stepped calmly Washington'« Birth Day. exchanges that the 22nd celebrated in a becoming manner in nearly all of large cities. In Philadelphia, New York and Bal timore the military paraded, and during the night large and fashionable companies graced tho ball rooms. We should always hail with delight the of the birth day of the " father of his country," Wc learn from the immortal Washington. What mighty associa tions it brings to memory— the innocence of his boy hood—the defeat of Braddock—the midnight watch —the battle-field—the anxiety, weariness, hope and triumph of a patriot, and the actions of 4 a President who was loved by the people for his love of liberty— is all brought before the mind teeming with deeds of benevolence. The of of bravery and Washington is endeared to the Americans with who would say something of idolatry, and the ought against his character is treated as a reptile and spumed by all. The celebration in this city isted in the pa rade of the " Rifle Corps," Lieutenant Eves, ond the Ball of the Washington Fire Company in the City Hall. The Rifle Corps made a fine appearance. The Ball w a grand fete. The lurge Hall a smiling crowded, and every thing you met pect ; bright eyes flashed in every direction, and the beautiful dancers skipped gaily along as " merry as a marriage bell." The arrangements the managera deserve great praise for their increas ing exertions to render all happy. The ladies (God bless them) looked well, talked well and danced well. good, and A delegation of Firemen from Philadelphi present, and attracted much attention—no doubt firemen displayed their usual hospitality toward these a gala night and will live for many in the memory of those bright ideal paradise. strangers. It v a long, long y creatures, who rendered the Troy, Fev> York .—The following additional particulars in relation land slide, names of the occupants of the houses destroyed, for 1 7 he Late Ditatter the gather from the Troy Whig:—The fbl ertuin them at present, arc lows: Daniel E. Doy, ship carpenter, Fifth-st. be low Washington ; Robert Henry, contractor, do do ; Wm. Brozell, Fifth ; W. H. Kilfoile, Punlv, mason, comer of Hill and Washington, house partially destroyed ;—Charles Dumblcton, 18 ster, Washington, corner of *ter, Washington ; Wm. Hill street. The work of excavating was prosecuted without intermission for several hours, and the following dead bodies taken out, according to a list prepared by the Common Council : Mrs. Matthew Grcnuin and child, Mr. Win. BrazeII and tw<£liildren, Mi chael Dunn, Titos. Keely sud wife, Edward Dum bleton, a lad va child of James Caldwell, two chil dren orf Daniel E. Day, Miss Ann Wilber ; a child of Mrs. Gardner, Miss Jane Sanford—in all fifteen. The following perse Mrs. Kilfoile, one arm broken ; a child of K. P. Bird sail, Jane McCollom, Mr*. Gardner, two children, ascertained, Jumes Barnett, and wife— Mrs. Dunn is missing, supposed to be in the ruins. alive : of names to id Foul Mum -A dreadful er county. N. Y. on Thursday of last week.. A person named Abraham Dcvoe, loaded a fowling-piece und going to the residence of hi* aunt, named Mary Sivor, a lady seventy-six her dead. He was taken into custody, and when asked why he had committed the horrid deed, said that he had I commanded so to do to £tonc for a grievous sin that lie had committed. lie is doubtless laboring under monomania. red 1 Pelham, Westchc at in years of age, deliberately si in ill A Phenomenon .—On Saturday afternoon, says the Boston Evening Gazette, "a singular phenom o-thirds of a circle around t)i£ , at the ti ahe plainly visible. The he ixturc, or rather a blue, yellow and green. It five minutes.*' cob iibination of pale visible only for A Nkw Won*.—The Picayi that Minister to Mexico, Gen. Waddy Thompson, i ploying 1 spare fro ti find and the laborious duties of his important mission, in translating the celebrated ''History of the Conquest of Mexico," from the original Spanish of Bernal Diaz. h Kewt .—The Cork Constitution says:—"Dr. Lardner is starving in Philadelphia, anil Mrs. Heavi side, of Brighton, his chet him. This is indeed e amie, has eloped from for the Americans. he a There was eight feet of water c the 9th inst Rive the Shoals, at rising. Trans as Nashville, actions in Cotton very limited—4 c the highest figure offering. The World .—In this world, says wretch, a is a passport through any of mit him i In this world a a Christian, a suii tain wotshippera. audacious a good coat. It courts, and will ad should alwavs ir any society. ; 1 should be rich, fot then he ic a god, for he the Brevity it the soul of Wit.—To nodwink, a friend in the ' «crape y derstood you do, sir—I hope your family weather for the season." be the stenographic, sign for " How du all well—fine One of the Editors of the Bardstown Gazette has written a long obituary notice of his Mother, eluding as follows: " She was, Think wha» a Caw should be, She tell what. that ! !" the and the Matrimony i n Iowa .—The Burlington (Iowa) Haw kryc *aya : " The way folk» are getting mar. lied in this territory, is (binning off (he bachelor* amazing fast. If the member* of our Legislate continue to commit matrimony in the same ratio that they have done, there will not be a tingle _ fo r Ie0 by tho adjournment. Five hav.» been taken -the election, and but four are left-*' a if MARRIED, On Thursday 17th inst. at Marcus Hook, Pa., by the Rev. Mr. Walker, Mr. HENRY HENCOCK, of New Castle County, Del., to Miss MARY KIRK, of Concord Township, Delaware County, Pa. dis I We wish the young couple happiness and joy, and hope their passage through this life may be the brightest &c. and under the sunniest sky. On Thursday evening the 17th i by the Rev. Daniel McKinley, Mr. THOMAS CONLYN, for merly of Wilmington, Del., BARBOUR, of Carlisle, Pa. Mise E 8 THER A. Temperance MeellnfR Col. Wullacr, the Reformed Drunkard, will be at the following places, and deliver Lectures the subject of Temperance, as follows; Wilmington, Friday, February 24ih. Ne« Tort, Saturday, do Christiana, Monday, do Ark, Tuesday, do 25th. 27th. 28th. Glasgow, Wednesday, March 1st. Summit Bridge, Thursday, do 2d. Middletown, Friday, At each meeting a collectiou will be taken up to defray the Colonel's expenses. Feb. 21, 1843. N do 3d. .3 PORT OF WILMINGTON. MEMORANDA. Schooner Crescent, Wasgatt, at Turks' Island. Feb. 1st, for New Orleans, in a day Brig Agnes, Gray, is to leaye N York, the 28th inst., positively, for New Orleans. Schooner Fort Hill, Simmons, at New Port, 19th inst., from Wilmington, Del., for Boston. the WILMINGTON PRICES CURRENT. Reported for the Republican, Feb. 23, 1843. »3 81 Wheat Flour from waggons Rye Flour Wheat per bushel Ry«. Barley, do. Corn, New Oats Flax Seed, do. Prime (Mover Seed from wagons, prims Corn Meal, per bushel " hogsh'd 2 75 80 1 do 50 43 ■ -, do. 2 1 3 00 11 00 do. Whiskey, 17 Plaster, 3 00 Salt, Liverpool, Herring No. 1, Labrador per bushul ■Ml 4 (il) Pr 3 75 Black Oak Bark, shaved 10 00 PHILADELPHIA MARKET. ( Feb 23, 1843. \ LOUR AND MEAL—Flour continues without animation—prices have varied but little since last report—for good Shipping Pa. Brand*, the rate is $3.75 a 3.87$ per barrel ; extra retailing r is worth from 25 i 0 |>cr barrel higher —Rye Flour dull at $2.75 per barrel. Corn Meal, $2.25 per barrel for Penna. The receipts have lately l**cn very moderate. GRAIN—Wheat for 50 ; weeks has been dull, and prices have declined to 76 a 80c for Penna; very little of any kind of Grain coming from the South; Corn and Oats arc consequently merely nominal at just quotations. In the present state of the naviga , the receipts by week or two yet. will be suspended for a BALTIMOR E MA RKET, ) Feb. 22, 1843.5 FLOUR.—The demand for Howard ret Flour lc« ul good standard brands were made from «tore b>tli yesterday and to-day at *3 5CJ. Holder* gen 83 G2J. The w We bear of n The «lock is cxl odiTutr, and sell ons in City Mills Flour. ly small, and m holders unwilling to sell nt present, though it is probable pun-liases to a limit«d extent would be made at $3 75. A sale of 200 bl l-.Ryc Fin GRAIN. — Sin ill lot* 70 a 75 «2 37. Wheat, brought in by s for good to best red*, sales of Corn this week.— o be wonh about 44 cents and CALTIOJf. rglllE R uili. of Wilmington and crcry person. « nro hereby noiifiici not to take or receive a '*•" f,„ up«.rd. of ll.iM, doll.», d„l„d 1 an.inrv «»', 'S«, in favor of Ja, ne. VV.I.b, ... by ,.fv7 mgto my Book«. I find the greater part of said ote Ins been paid. 1 *agori', sell There h been Yrlbnv i« said bite 43 Nothing doing in Oats. F e '»21. JOHN WALTERS. Dissolution of Co-Partnership, isting in the this day dis. * indebted Alfred Denny n coll ct all payment i clue ALFRED DENNY, JOHN S. LUFF, will hereafter be conduct feb 24—3t. rjlHE P solved by to the said Fi who is duly authorised the lato firm. crsliip heretofo c of Denny &. Luff will please pay ntual co feb 21. N. B.—'The busi ed by Alfred Denny. 'pilE WaSIHaGTON fire company having purchased a new Engine, offer for ' Id Engine. This Engine on inch cylindc sale thei wili be s the bous Market committee. d plays two str old a barg un if application be made c of tho Cuhinany in Sixth « the undersigned REWARD W. MARTIN, WILLIAM PEARCE, CHARLES D. G ROOM E. of Wilmington, Feb 24—lm. Jill at FRESH nnd general nssor sale of Lan dreth'* Garden Seeds,just B. JOHNSON'S, Drug Store, No 179, Market street. M JOHNSON, No 90, market st. ived and for It Also by Feb 24. ic DRAWN NUMBERS OF THE POKOMOKE RIVER—Chi** 19 51 26 48 43 12 27 3i 50 54 47 14 37. GEORGETOWN—Class 13. 71 42 1 55 73 56 9 59 5 74 10 43 62 POKOMOKE RIVER—Class 20. 44 59 41 15 19 G 55 48 60 58 7 36 GR VND CONSOLIDATED—TJam 7. 7U 48 40 19 57 77 73 3 45 9 5 36 65 POKOMOKE RIVER- Chas 21. 64 27 20 69 22 54 39 55 43 49 67 GEORGETOWN—Clara 15. 16 26 14 52 10 28 53 2 3 45 21 JAS. PHALEN & Co, Manager«. feb 24. BRICKS! BRICKS! T HE subscriber has, and will keep on hind*, a general aH*ortmentnf bricks of various kind», consisting of hard ; salmon, rtd, paving, front stock and pressed, Ac. Set. present, (at lit* estahli-hment, the firet He Ins Brick Yard above the old Sweed's Chnrch.) than 600,000 bricks of the very best quality ; and re>pcctfully request* all who want the articlo V> amine for themselves. Pine and Oak Wood received in exelnnge, on liberal term«. SAMUEL McCAULLKY. Wilmington, Jan 20,1843—ly ALSO, the ti by of a active negro boy stomed to rhe Farming business, about nln«v teen and a half year* of age, and has about ond a half years to h his behaviour Fob 24. , he is civil and mild in His indentures will be sold low F ive quarter siieetiivgs. Just rcct'ived.two cases bleached and one bate unbleached superior five-foui th Sheetings, and for sale at no. G2 Market street by feb 24. SAM'L BUZBY. A. fine colored chintzes. J UST opened sixty piece« of superior fine color ed Chintzes and fir sale at the low price of per yard, ut No 62 Market W» *, bv 8. BUZ BY. fob 24. Countcrpaincs. IUST opened a lot of 10. 12 and 131 superior >'* white couoterpaines and selling at about one half tho former prices at No 62 Market street by leb 24. _ 8. B UZBY. GR4IYD CONCERT OF VOCAI. AND .3 mammisrm tom, 1||R. GILLINGHAM most respectfully ill. nounoes to the citizens of this pi ice and it* vitlnlly that he will give a Grand Concert at the Town Hall on Feb. 27th, 1843, in which he will be assisted by Miss SARAH GILLINGHA M, Mr. CIIAS. GILLINGHAM and Mi« ELLEN MOB. GAN The prograntmo will consist of Sonos, Waltzes, Duetts, Rondos and Marches of the latest and most admired composition. all bills. For particulars Door« open at 7 o'clock, Concert to comma half past 7. Tickets 25 Feb. 22. », without distinction of age. Thirty per Cent. Cheaper than can be bought Elsewhere. \ L ©Am AST© SKS'Jä IF YOU PLEASE. A GENERAL agency office is just opened at No 82, Market street, three doors below Fourth street, for the sale of all Genuine Paient Medicines and Prepai ulions. Among the «tuck will be found 2achuridh'a celebrated paten* Labor saving prepa ration for cleaning brass. See. Dr Peters' medicated Lozenge*, for cough y I d do Strengthening Plaster, do Vegetable Pillj, Dr Jaynes' Expedient, do Vermifuge, Hair Tonic, do Sanative Pill, Dr Swiyne's Compound Fyrupof Wild Cherry, do anti-bilious Pills, do Panacea, do r Jarvis' Soothing Syrup, a Dr Dettcr'* Vegetable 12 J Cent Pill«, 2 icb irith's candy for coughs and colds, price 3 cts. Higgins' cough syrup, Sbanck's pulmonic syrup, H dm of Columbia,/or the hair, Nerve and Bone Liniment, Hays' Liniment, East India Hair Dye,cofor* the hair but not the tkin. Oriental water of Gold, very delightful peffume, Welch tooth.ache Drop«. We warrant this remedy. Expectorant Syrup, Indian Vcg. Elixir for rheumatism, Lin's Ch in do do at Balm. I'iils do spread plaster, do Extract of Sarsaparill 1 , n's Headache Remedy, or's Balsam of Livcrwo Orris Tooth Wash, f, hlorine, do do. Beautifying Lotion, Extract of Rose, g"®; 1 " O' 1 - a !î'; ir ; s M CENT.-. FER iJOIT'LlS, 'Y« rd ' do .''*"* „ eaver * M . T. Salve, 1 Rope Ointment, for Salt Rheum, Slou*e Infinit Drops. With a large number of other ion. A large dis Spoh T.,y|. ike genuine, r do. ' ides too ml * to «n feb22 -1m. *h. t for T. ZACÜARIAH, Jr. ■jTUS T opened.ond fortulc by Slacüm & Vank <U a handsome lot of new Peaches, very bright and fresh which will be sold low. Call and sec be«. tort purchasing »0 any Feb. 23. O LD IRON WANTED—Tho high st "pri given for all kinds of wrought and scrap WM. IHJTLTER. King« Intel, list weed 2d snd 3d. ; also a lot of Dried Apples, equal r in the market, and Arill be zrld cheap» Iron, by .1 .n 13 IIIIDS. of P. R.sugar,do. 3 NowjUrlcuns do 8W 5 do. Trinidad niellasses, will be sold cheap corner of Second and King streots. 8LACU.M & VANE. KCEIVED Street, an assortment of Cast Steel Hand, Tenant and circular Saw* of " American M facture" each Saw is warranted genuine and will he sold nt manufacturers prices by for sale li No. 50 marke June 15. JNO. A, DUNCAN. »f OU3ELINB DE LaWBS. -Ju If JL crived a very pretty ussoitmcnt of Mm line «le Lancs« with a few p and s which will be sold chcop oct. 26. in de Lane's new Article for Ladici we ir 43 market street. W. JONES. Cheaper than the Cheapest.— Just re. ccivod from auction another large lot of those good and fist colored fio Culicoas, together with u variety of other goods equally cheap, and selling List at No. 74 Market «f eet. NORRIS W. PALMER. st. J^INEN CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS — A good assortment opened this day, a :et, and selling fist and cheap. No. 71 Market J m 6. 4 LPACIIA »V CHUCHONG LUSTRES— iS. Ju.t received at No..43 Market street, a rtinentof plain and plaid Alpacha few piece* of Cliuso .g Lustre*, a and beautiful article fbr ladies dresses, which selling Io«* by Luslri I 30 W. JONES. FLASTHRS. TRENGTIIEN'ING. W Pitch Plasters of various « 8 and Burgundy izes and price»; machinery by EDWARD BRINGHURST, Chemist and Apothecary, feb 3 Corner Market and Sixth street». Druggist and country merchants an »plied low r with HAWLS—Ju*t opened a splendid assortment of Winter Shawls, consisting in part of 10.4 rh dark KabylSh iwIs, diene paterns; 6 , 8 , and 10-4 plain, colored and black French blanket shawl* 10-4 De* Gnttge*; 4, 6 , 8 and 10 4 plaid blanket shawl*; 8 and 10 . 4 *bcafv wrought shawl*; 10-4 su|»«rfin« heavy tbibet merino shawls ; 10-4 plain colored m plu-h and velvet 74 Market »tree*. s a azigran ; «I 10 rich ebene silk, points, and selling cheap at No. N. W. PALWER. Jan 6 TWICE A DAY FOR PIHLA^A. THE STEAMBOAT RAINBOW. The inhabitants of Wilmington the opening of the respectfully informed, that Navigation, the SWIFT & PLEASANT STEAMAOAT RAINBOW ico a day, between the exceeding low price of 12i centseach way. For further in formation apply to Will Wilmington and Philadelphia, JAMES A. STEVENS, Proprietor,or H.F. LOPER, No. 46, South Whsrva», Wilmington, Feb. 13. Philadelphia FEATHER RENOVATING, Corner of Fourth and Walnut ita, Wilmington, Del. HE subscriber having, for the accommoda tion of the citizens of Wilmington and vici nity, at considerable expense, erected and put in operation, a Feather Renovator, for the purpose cl cleansing and improving Feathers, most respect full« solicits their patronage. The utility of renovating ted and approved bv all who have given it a fair and iuif srtlal trial, forasmuch as it revives old and sodden feathers, makes them lively and pleasant, and (hat without loss of feathers; it cleanses them from 61th and disagreeable smell—kills the moths and insects which destroy* feathers—cleanses the gum, and hardens the toll quill end» and makes them sweet, comfortulde and healthy. The subscriber having considerable experience in the business, flatters himself that he will be able to give satisfaction to all tho to favor him with their Any person being disposed to make trial of the experiment, may give him a bed, from the poorest they have, to the best, provided they he gco-e oi duck feathers, and if they are not improved by the operation, they will be no charge made. On account ef the deranged state of business and scarcity of money, he has reduced the prieo during winlegt o four cents per pound ; he hopes rrcfT.re, that nil who study heil'h and economy. d give him a trial,and be assured that his part shall be wanting to give satis. • HUGH KIRKPATRICK. T leathers has been test. who will please Hi will call nothing NOTICE. T HE subscriber intends to open and establish a GENERAL 1 INTELLIGENCE and COM MISSION HOUSE, where he is now ready to do any hind of ordinary writing, such •« Posting Books, copying or drawing Accounts, Articles of Agreement. Leases, Notes on-tble terms, and he hope» b» strict attention and iudustry, to merit the patronogo of a gene and considerate public, and all orders will be thankfully received and promptly n Jan. 11—2mo HUGH KIRKPATRICK. Bond«, on the mm 1 * 111:11 nnuKiiiiü. T HE subscriber has ju«t received a large a extensive assortment of PATENT MEDI CINES. among which are the following articles: Brandreth'i) Pills, Wright's Indian Vegetable Pill«,Dcttercn'« Vegetable Pills,*L»r Martin'* Vegr. tabic or nnti-bilious Pills, Dr Mason's blood Puri fier, do. Female, Ho. Headache Pills, Dr S Mason's I ltd inn Vegetable Pills, Lion of the day, Pills, Dr Brandreth's External Remedy or Liniment, Hull's Rheumatic Liniment, Reynolds' • Reynolds' Embrocation, Cough Plaster, Reynold»' Tetter Wash, Pierce's Vestimental Fluid, Martin's Compound, Pulmonary Balsam of Ilorchound, Pease's Hore bound Candy, Lee's Worm Candy, Cephalic or Headache Snuff", Ann's Common Salve, Sterling'* Improved Strengthening Plaster or Red Li. re-nll Suive. GEORGE REYNOLDS, 20— 6». No 108 market st. Wilmington. For sale by 2d RIED APPLES AND PEACHES.—Just re ccivod a quantity dried Apples and Peaches and for sale by fob 10 !> W. A BIRD. Market and Front S. W. cor: US r rice ,25 tub* of superior butter, and W. A. BIRD, for sale at dee 7. southwest corner offiontand market 8 t. HBed Tickings.—Constantly on banda goo d IJ assortment of low priced and superior Heavy Tickings, from Gj to 25 cent*. Also. Mariner'* Striped Shirting selling very cheap at No. 74 Mar ket a N. W. PALMER. 6 THEBjwonïËXBE.*, été. T ukrmomëters, s ■„ Spirit Level* in and out d 10 inch, of case*. One Hi ed All the n warranted correct and bo sold at reasonable price* by EDWARD BttlNGHURST, Chemist and Aooth«cnry, Corner Market nod Sixth s'nvts. feb 3 IlHTIOVftla. W M BUTLER res >rctfully i ifor friends and the public generally, that he oved I i* Cheap Clothing Store, to No. 16 East Second St., 4th door King lower side, where hand a large a*soitment of « coats, roundabouts, panta 'hirts, drawers, bosoms, col lars, stocks, handkerchief«, &c., which he will sell at reduced price*. hie has be intends keeping cheup clothing, such d vest*. Als jan 30-tf. REMOVAL. CHARLES Y. RAYMOND, P RACTICAL HAT AND CAP MANUFACTURER, would it d* nnd th- public, that he has Re mnvedWuC REAP ft AT and CAP MANVFAC. 'WRY from No. 83 Cbesnut Street, to No. 129 Cbesnut Street, one door below Fourth Street. Forth tide, under the Auction Rooms of Messrs Lyon & Hart, where he will continue to fut nish his ju*l ly celebrated Braven Hats nt the low four dollars and tU3tnty.fi sped, if no* superior, form his fri , equal in all fe nny »old in tlie rity at His fi $5,00 and tipwuid ' ia Hat* at 83,50 warranted to be on fi ie fur bodies, far mr pa** any Hat sold elsewhere to $4. to $4,50. To tost the truth of the above a«aeilion, those ed to satisfy themselves, a call at any or all the other store* previous ing on the subscriber, as he is appreciated when compared with C. F. RAYMOND. No. 129 Chesuut st. North Side. Philadelphia. requested call, that his Hat* will be otl feb 10—Sw N. B.—Country Merchants will find it to their advantage to call on the subscriber. SHIPPING FURS, wanted of all kinds. HATS AND CAPS For Sale at Ko. 7 Market Street. rilHP. proprietor hiving rerved * ■ an apprentice" to the Hatting Busi u practical journey his friend* and the public i a call and examine the good* for themselves. No. 1 Beaver Hats, No. 2 Nutrii do., Nos. 6 and 7 Napped do.. No. 1 Russia Brush do., No. 2 Rus sia do., No. 3 plain Russia. Also a a, and tor solicits nty y général, give him ii ty of Cloth, Glazed and Fur Caps, which lie will »ell very cheap to«uit the times, st No. 7 Market si. NATHANIEL MORRIS. Wilmington, Nov 14—3in BOOT & SHOE It AJII'F ACTURtn No. 58. J Horitt ft., Aetwifit Second and Third, WILMINGTON, DEL., Return* 8 iis thanks for the liberal patronage here tofore extended to him, and respectfully solicits« ntmumee of the same ntinumce ot the seme. Ho keep* constantly on hand a general assort. ent of BOOTS and SHOES of the best quali'y, the lowest market price. the country ested to call and examine fbr themselves. 0*N B—Don't forget No. 58 Market st.£D december 19,—6m. which lie will »ctl Boots and Shoes made *t notice. People fr th. I re h V P ORCELAIN W.4RE— « superior „tieleol Porcelain or cnamikd ware, consisting of Preserving kettles, Sauce Pans, Stc«, just received and foi sale by JNO.L. HADDEN August 19,1841 k Co. No.57 Market Street. DEAR it in inind that you have never failed to -**get4rjcd apples and peaches of the beat quality, when you and King etreete. Still to the corner of Second ome on. we have prime SLACUM & VANE ■ Jan Lotteries Tor February 1843. GEORGETOWN LOTTERY. Authorized by the Legislature for the erection of Academy ond Masonic Hall a* Georgetown, Sussex county, and for finishing the Episcopal Church tiiercin. Draws at Wih.ungton, Del. Class 14 draws Saturday, February 18. Capital prize 13,500. Tickets tl. Clos« 15. draws Tuesday, February 31. Capital prize f6,000. Tickets 82. Class 16, draws Saturday, February 25. Capital prize 84,000. Tickets 8L. Class 17, draws.Tuertdsy, prize $7,(00. Tickets $2. GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERIES OF DELAWARE. For improving the Navigation of Pokonioke River and erecting finishing the Episcopnl Church. Phalen &. Co., Manag February 28. Capital Academy and Moronis Hall aod Ju I, draws at Wil. mington. Class 7 dr rize 812,090. rickets 84. Class 8 draws '1 hursdjy Feb 23. Capita* prise 810,000. Tickets 84. SCHOOL l 1 UND LOTTERY, of R. I. rhursday February 16. Capital For the benefit of public schools. Draw« at Providence. \ CL*» 275 draws Friday, February 17. Capitol prizo glO.OOO. Tickets g4. Cla-H276, draws Saturday, February 18. Capi tals 825,000, and 12,000. Tickets 810. Class 277 draws Monday, February 20. Capital $16,000. Tickets 85. Class 278. draws Tuesday, F<b21. Capital 811.000. Ticket« 4. Class 281, draws Friday, February 24. Capital prize 810,000. Tickets 84. Class 2&2, draws Saturday Fab 25. Capita!« 830.000. andlO,OOOTickets 810. Class 263 draws Monday, February #T. Capital prize 825,000, and 20 of 1.000. Ticket« $8. Class 284 draws Toe.day, February 28. Capital 815.000. Tickets 85. For sale by the package or single ticket, at the Malingers' Oifice, No CO, Market sheet, Wilmlng. ton,Delaware. Z. B. GLAZIER. BOOTSAND SHOES. T AMES GRUBB respectfully inform« ** and ih * public in general, that he s Street, hi« friend* to" No" 99 be liai on hand, his Establishment from Fnm Market street, (West sid ■,) who large assortment of good Hoot, and Shoes, All unde in the most durable and fashionable stylo end *o|,| on very liberal terms. Having been many years i given very general k to all who will fu ago. O'Don't forget No. 29 Mark side ).£D the business and roinmend wi h their patron , (West he his li Jan 25, 1813 — ly. CHEAPER TH AN THE CIIKAPE8T. /?. Chadwick't Netvitpaper and Periodical Office, . No. Cl Market street, between Second and Third, Wilmington, Delaware L OOK HERE—ASTONISHING!—Novels of all kinds issued from the ("heap Offices in Philadelphia and ,V I2J and 25 cents. Gralnni's Mdgnsine. Lady's Book, Miss Leslie'« Home Book and World of Fashion. Tall and see them, they make splendid presents. All the Daily and Weekly Ncwspap* rs constant, ly on hand. Subscribers will have tho Magazines end paper« left at their hou.se if desirable. of cheap reading are re spcclftilly call and examine the assortment. • York, for sale here. Price Persons invited jan C tf El,LING OFF BELOW COST.—The sub scriber being determined to sell « ff his pre. sent stock of Fall and Winter Dry Good*, for Spring Good«, wilt tell them much below inal cost ; and has now on hand e firtl nrtment of cloths, aved, diamond, beaver snd pilot cloth* and MoUscliiic de lane*,Alpacha lu*. .«hu-dionglustir.Frcnchjilnids bombazines, black and colored silks, s it'ms and sirges, flannel!«, blankets, cotton blanketing and baizes, ingrsin. venitian, hemp and rag carpeting«, floor cloths, oil, cloths and ruggs, chintzes, ralicoe* from 4 cents up to 25 S »ko the orig , satinets, vest* fluihings.incri s,M ehester, Scotch and American u . table and sheeting linen« Russia and bird eye diaoer*. long lawn*, cambric, mull, jaconett, Swiss and l«iok muslihs, checks, fl mncls, bleached and brown shirting and sheeting muslins, pin id*, stripe* and drillings, with a good assortment of hosiery and glove* of all kinds, paddings, canvas«, silcsias, colored cambrics. &e An gtng'-ams Dish |i King«, WASHINGTON JONES, No 43, Market street. YALANKETS.— A very cheap lot of Rose, Whit* ney and twilled Blankets, may be found at No. 43 Market street. Jan 18 W. JONES. 3 H AMS, &c. —10,000 lb* bacon,hams, shoul der» and »ides; also 200 keg» No 1 J.ARD A & M K CARNAHAN upper corner niirket and front st for sa'e by v 1 Dr. Becker's Dye Balsam. HIS colcbnt-d f.-medy for Weak or Inflamed Eyes, ha* stood the test of many years tti-.l, « in curing the above disease is very grca\ particularly wh. n the rj« lid is much affect, ed. A lurge «up. ly ju«t received and for aale, wholesale and retail, bv tbengont EDWARD BRINGHURST. dec 23 Corner of Market and Sixth »treat«. T and i ROOMS—50 dozen Corn Brooms for sale n by _A. &. M. K. CARNAHAN, SACKS nt Ashton filed salt fo ground and Turk's Island do, ,d king (scpt96.) SLACUM A VANE. June n Ir. also 100 t the cor. of 2d ALT—200 bushel* 'lurk'* Island Salt. 80 sicks Liverpool Ground do. 30 <lo Ashton Fine 20 bids Syracuse For «ale by the *ub<criber at t lie south of Front and market at. (febl 7 .) W. A. BIRD. THE BARREL— Just ro I Jl ceivedat the corner of2(f and King sts., a few barrels of superior Herring, rut up for family Je 13 SLACUM 4 VANE. hind, fraah HWJ atkH'u b Butter, of prima quality at tho corn«g^£8*. cond and King streets. Jan 13 ERL^rSïTcAl^-Spih and M.in'XR perior quslity, in hoxe 4. 5, and 6 to the M DUNCAN. do, do. onstanTly C Ä Ä , , , . ^— - ^00(1 L *0 Philadelphia Buckwheat* Meal, for eale, at the eorner of and K| rtreeU> * • " 10 SLACUM St VAN*:. f>r rale bv J A 50 market«! «n**Sl SLACUM St VANE. CHEAPER STILL. I WIL ANN ELS JT cheap as you want them — Good white Canton Flannel« for do Red, all wool do do Yellow do Super do do do Extra super Red do do whit« he had at Palmer*, a« 61 cents. 16 and 18} 1 1 do 2 .» do 9 i do 2.. N. W. PALMER. January 5. 1?IPFLANNELS. -Just received another lot of good Canton flannels for 61 cents per yard—also red woolen flunnel* for I2J ccat* pei yard. dee 21. W JONES. A Large lot o| country eoap in .tore, and wiu he s«W ehaaf -p 3* SLAÇXttf k VAN!