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T HE subscriber take this method to inform the public generally,that he has opened a p opposit the house occupied by Mr. Maull, in Washington, Delaware, where he intends to execute the • BLACK and WHITE Smith business ^ in All its various Branches. Having served a regular apprentice-shVp in the City of Philadelphia, and followed Journey work at the same, and in the same place, un till his removel to this place—he flatter himsfrlf that he can give full satisfaction to all that may please to favour him with their custom. All orders will be executed at the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. NATHANIEL M'BRIDE. Sho Sept. 7th 1838. Last Notice. LL Persons indebted to the late Firm of Welch & Marsh, are hereby requested to come forward and settle the same—as there 'will be no further notice given. A JOSEPH MARSH, Surviving Pardner of WELCH <$• MARSH. Public Notice. As my wife Eliza Jane, has left my bed and board without any provocation whatever—theto fore I forwarn all person or persons from trust ing or harbouring her. As 1 will pay no <ie mands after this date---and further I shall deal with them as the law directs. THOMAS CAEY. Milton, August 17th 1838. CHARLES G. UIDGELY. Attorney at L>w, Has removed his Office to the vicinity of'the. house lately occupied by Dr. G. IV. Maull. Geo. Town, June 7tH"l838. ' JOB PRINTING, Neatly executed at this office. $100 REWARD. RAN A WAY, from the subscriber near Salisbury, Worcester County Maryland, on the 11th da'y of June last, a Negro boy named GEORGE —about 14 years of age, round shouldered, basa down cast look, very white eyes, and speaks quickly when spoken to. His dress cannot be particularly described, as he had several suits of clothes with him. I will give fifty dollars reward (if he be caught on the Eastern Shore of Mary land,) for his apprehension and delivery at Air, Bennett L. Fishs Hotel, in Salisbury, and One Hundred 1'ollars lor his apprehension else where and delivery at the said place. The cash will be paid on the delivery of the Negro. JOSIAII JOHNSON, Near Salisbury. July 17th 1838. Wool Carding. THE Subscriber take this method to in form their friends and tne public in General, that their Carding Machine (at the Moscow Mill* at the place known by the name of Doe Bridge, a bout one hulf mile firm Millsborough Del.) is in exelent order, for Carding and ma king first rate roles under the care of their old _ and faithful carder Mr.^Marvel —who will no doubt as usual give geneial Satisfaction to all those who may favour us with their wool in good or der. The undersigned hereby tender their thanks for former favours and pledge themselves to merit a continuance of pnblic patronage and at the same time invite those that have not as yet tried their Machine, to give tbem a call and try the superiority of the same—the said mills are also in first rate order for Whoat or Corn, with the very best of millers. WM. D. WAPLES, ROBERT MORRIS, (ofL.) ANN C. BARNARD. N. B, The Mill at Millsborough now owned by WiHiam D. Waples, is also in first rate on. der; with three pair of running stone, and two bolting cloths, one for wheat and the other for Rye; so that the public may be sure to get thçir grinding done without delay, and in the very best manner. The price for carding is Six and g quarter cents.