Thursday, December 15, 183G.
Grain.— Wheat continues in good de.
mrnnd. A cargo just urrived from Hamburg,
is held at $3,20 per bushel. Sales of 3500
bushels good Ohio via. New York canal,
9,40—12 to 1400 bushels Pennsylvania
2,25, and part delivorod at 2,35; some south.
new crop at 2,20, and good Bremen in
store at 2,20. Rye—Further sales of Odos
•* at l,48ul,50. Some Southorn at 1,25.
Corn iß very dull, and several corg«*es cf old
Southern nre afloat unsold this af.
ternoon. Sales of Pennsylvania from store
at 95a93 cents, flat yellow 88 cents afloat.
A sale of suporior white in store at 87
To-day a cargo of old white
good order al 7G, and a cargo of
yollow in good condition at 77
cargo'sales of Southorn at49u48£
Doans, sales of 2 a 300 bushels Southern
white at $1,89.,2 per bushel.
Flour and Meal—T ho Flour mnrkot re.
mains as ut our last report. Iloccipts light,
and domund limited to homo use, at 5« 11
per bbl. for good brands ; Genesee $11
$7 to 7.50. Rye Flour i
et $7,50 per bbl. Corn Meal
veral hundred hhds at $19, and Brandywine
el 20 each. Further saics in bids at $4,564
.. each. Buckwhoat Mual—sales in half bbls
at $ UT*.
Coal.—R ovorul thousand bushels Ponna.
Bitumiiiovs, sold at 33 cents per bushel, 011
time. Antlirucito by retail, lias udvunced
82 ; a lot of
Now Orleans at
, and sells
ales of so
Surds.—S ales of Clovorsccd at $6
r bushel for co
xsood at $l,84ul,85, 0110 lot of 27Ubu.
•lids fnun Albany at $1,86 per bushel.
fisfllluM.— Stock of Muss Pork very
scanty. Killed Pork from wagons sells at
$8.25a8,75 per 109 ll>s. Butler and Lard
in limiloil demand ul
Cheese is in steady domund at 104
on to pri
Bark.— The demand for Quercitron ha:
materially fallen off, and prices may be
siderod something lower.
Flour .—Howard Street Flour —Then?
havo boon but limited rcceipis of Howard
■ Street Flour, the price of which iu, from
stores $19,75, and 19,59 from wagons.—
The closing of the North River above King,
«ton, which will probably cut off the supply
of Flour from Now York, it is thought may
udvunco in our market. The
stock on hand in New York is estimated at
150.999 to 189,909 barrels.
Fi.oua.—The sales of City
(lie amount of several thousand
barrels, have been at from $19 to 10,25 and
19,59—principally ut 19,25.
Corn Mkal.—I lhds. $21 ; bbls. $4,624.
$ 1 per 100 lbs.
in — Wheat —The receipts of German
last, have lxion 2,373 bags. We
hear of the sale of 2.290 bushels of white
at $2,29, mid of 4,509 red at 2,10.
timoré, during tlio numtli of November,
37,179 bags of Go
New York the past soason
Mounted to nearly eight hundred
thousand bushels, and mon
is known to lie
is but lilllo Maryland
We quote, according to
the wav. Ti
_ wheat iu Market,
quality, $1.40 ««»2.
N.—Now white corn, sufficiently dry
for shipping, is held nl 72 to 73 cents ;
yollow at 75 ; old do. at 80 to 85, and old
Sterns.—The store price of Cloverseod
is $7 I«) 7,25; from wugn
to G,50 —
_ orvroKs.—There have been several ar
rivals from Uueksport and Casti
Very flno Mercor are held ut 89 to 85
hy tho quantity, and common white nl 65.
Tin* crop is represented us boing quite short.
ns.—W o quote prime Pork at
$19; No. 1, 20; Mess, 23; prime B««ef, 9
to 10 ; No. 1, 12 to 12 59 ; M<
Lent 14 cents, Hams 13 to 14, Sides 12 U>
13, Shoulders 11 to 12 cents.
—The symptoms of decline in tho
1 Pork markets have not, us yet, had
the effect of depressing the price of Pork
to the extent expected. It bus declined,
, (4 to 15;
however, and tho sales
7,75, nrtd fro
8. Tho latter price, how
»ly paid for prime lots.
Cattle —Tlio sales
7,59. Sheep $2,25 to 3,50. Hogs
$7,75 to 8,50.
TO YOUNG MEN.
"IIY request of tlio Young Men's Ly.
.I # coum, a Sermon will be preached on
Sunday evening next, ut 7 o'clock, iu tlio
socomf Baptist Church, by tlio Rev. C. W.
, to the Young Men of Wilmiugton
'invited to at.
The whole of the lower part of tlio
church will bo reserved for them.
J. R. DUNN,
T. E. HERITAGE,
B. A. V. ORR,
Committee of Arrangement.
St. Andrew*» Church.
Sunday evening services will bo resumed
in this Church to-morrow evening at 4 bo.
fore 7 o'clock.
Ai | *, » A Stated meet
„ C* :r f iXe llf N y „:
Jl D, will bo held at
tho Hall, in Wil.
2d. 1837, al
clock, P. M.
By order of tho Secretary.
Of tho Maryland State Lottery, Class 26.
7 54 50 23 28 15 40 19 20 26
Of tho Doluwaro State Lottery, Clos« 50.
18 21 8 12 6 43 49 38 28 73 33
Of tho Grand Consolidated Lottery, Class
17 45 21 33 34 70 57 71 22 6 32 58 13
Of the Dolawaru 8tato Lottery, Class 49,
47 48 52 51 23 46 44 6 36 54
Of tho Literature Lottery, Clai
31 43 30 41 2G 32 17 2 10 22
Jl TJKlJm IT
FOR THE FANCY,
AND NO HOAX.
D EAF BURKE, the Champion of Eng.
land, and GEORGE OWEN, tiie
Manchester Pet, rnspoctfully beg leave to
inform the Gentlemen of Wilmington,
Brandywine, and their vicinities, that they
will give a display of tho Scionce of
at tho Theatre, in Shiploy street, THIS
EVENING, 17th iiiBt.
A splondid painting, 10 feet square, will
bo exhibited during a sot-loo between Messrs
Burke and Owen, raprcHoutftig an English
Prize Fight, with a view of tho ring, spec
Mr. Owen will sing in the cotirsn of the
evening, the patriotic song called 0 The
Flou ntii, g Flag of Liberty , M end the favor,
ite Extravuganza of "All round my Hat,"
ns sung by him at several Tiieutrcs in tho
. After which Mr. Burke will appear as the
Venetian Statues, which he will oxhibil
a'peilvstnl, with nppropriato change of fig.
urc,-attitude, and expression. This arrange.
is made in order to convey to tho cl.is.
sical taste of Artists, i
, a series of bountiful comp
cicnt tempi urc. Tho following is the
order of tho portraitura :
1. Hercules struggling with tho Nuinoan
ion in 5 attitudes. 2, Achilles throwing
the Discos or <4 mil, 3 attitudes. 3. Tim
Slave Emolcur, tlm grinder, sharpening his
knife, while overhearing the c
4, Two posit ions of tin, Athletic Combat.
ing the Philistines with the j;
Tiie African al irmed at Thunder. 7, Ajax
defying the Lightning 8, CM11 slaying his
brother Abel, in two positions. Samson
lifting the gates ofG.zu. 10, Romulus,
from Ravid's pieturo of
Remus's dofenee frouf tin
last, 5 celebrated positions of tlio Dying
Gladi; J *
. 6 ,
tlio Sabines. 1).
c, 12th, und
BLi* Tho Washington Band is engaged,
and Gallery 2
ic!«*st order will Im> preserved.
-To the Boxes 59 cools, Pit
1 at 4 P >st 6. l>c
4 past 7 o'clock.
oivo«l and for sale
Book Store, Wilmington.
Haydn, Dyer, Smith & Little, Ely's
Wyeth's last edition
, Handel and
Gums of Raauty, by the Countoss of Bios,
siugton ; Fh
ship's Offering ; Forgol.Mo.Not ; Token ;
of Love line
ir; Pearl; Tho Gift;
Annual, Ac. &c., for 1837.
Also, a haudsoii
Prayer Bonks, Hymn Books, and other
Books and Stationary, suitable for Christ,
mas and Now Y
Also, a few 1
ment of Bibles,
os of the Aineriean Al.
uc, for 1837, for sale.
R OBERT RITCTIIF. Imvingbenn «P
poiulnd Deputy I'ollector of Wilming
ton Hundred by me, ho is hereby fully
Ihorisod to collect the County and P
Tax for the y<
1831. 5, and G.
JEfcbSE 8HAKi\ Col.oclor.
Dec. 17, 183«.
To all ir ho m it mar/ concern.
N OTICE is hereby given, that the part
nership heretofore existing between
JONES & LESLIE, is hereby dissolved.
All persons h iving claims against the
o hereby notified te
Jonathan Leslie, or to his
ar North East, Md.,
the said firm,
New Castle and Frenehtown Turnpike and
Rail Road Company.
HE Board of Directors havo this day
al dividend of six
dividend of si
per cent, and
tho Capital Stock of tho Company,
which will bo paid to the stockholders or
4th day of January next.
Stockholders residing in Philadelphia or
Baltimore, or tlicir vicinities, will lio paid
.by the respective agents in those cities. All
others will be paid by the T
office, in tlio town of New Custlo.
Tlio books ef transfer will lie closed from
the lBt to the 1 Mi of January, inclusive.
J. COUPER, Treasurer.
New Castle, Dec. 8, 1836.
Clu'»«ii«'nkc & Delaware
N OTICE is hereby given, that a general
meeting of tlio Slock and Loan hold
of the Cliesapeuk» und Delaware Canal
tlicir office, No.
at 10 o'clock
Company, will he held at
45 Walnut st, Philadelphia,
tho tenth day of Jauuury, 1837,
in tiie foreu
T. LEAEING SMITH,
tlio West side of
_ it, on Quukor Hill, next to
th« corner north of the Quaker Meeting
House, togother aldo with the vacant lot
adjoining, comproheudin| the whole square,
oxcopt a small corner lot. Tlio house, from
its quiet and pleasant situation, lias ulwuys
boon an objoct to orderly tenants, and the
lotis ono of the most oligiblo in the city for
a gardener or for budding. The whole to.
gather is about 270 feet square. For terms
of sale apply to
JAMES A. BAYARD, E»q.
fJpHE Brick House
sold by the
If the abovo promises
25th inst. they will be lot, either altogether,
or tlio houso and garden scporaloly, as they
For renliiig the same, apply to
ALMANACS FOR 1837
. FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
€ f HANG.ENG havo tho honor to stale
' to the Ladies and Gentlomon of Wil
miiigton, that they will bo in tho City for
week only , commencing
dll Ik? open for tho
at Mr. Porter's Ai
of vi■ I
from 10 till 12
Admittance 25 cents.
, and from 7 till 9 i
account of the
Twins, cun hu purchased of ilium in tho
Bj* No ro-adinissi
N. B. Saturday, the 21th, will bo their
last, day in Wilmington.
Doe. 10, 1836.
TO THE PUBLIC.
J OHN VANGENDORFFBR, Artist,
otiers lifas professional services
citizens of this place us
. Those w ho may wish
for a short ti
favor him in
eiLlinr in Oil
opportunity of having
a masterly stylo
in tlio principal ucad
any, under tin* greatest Ar!i
charges will lie moderate, und will, if pro
ferred, wait on parsons at their dwellings,
without any additional charge:
To bo found at Read's Hotel, corner of
Market and High «I roots.
,1iis line, by having it takon
ir Crayon painting, will havo
tu'ien, having studied
lemies of France and
N. B. For tlio last year having taken a
number of likenesses in tlio city of Philo,
delphia, ull of which can bo referred to for
his qualifications in bis profession.
■■hr 1 H.
Glazier Forever l
1 15 38
A PRIZE of $1,100, sold
man in this city, iu tlio last Literature
Lottery, by tho ev«*r lucky Z. B. GLARIER,
who has recently boon appointed by tlio ma
N. J. School Fund Lotteries,
ngers of tlio
their solo agent for the *St
furnish, at wholesale or
in each dass, otic of which is
every day i
iaflL\fl&Y C. OTT9,
No. 66 Shipley st. below the Post Office,
MUTATIONS of Wood, Marble, Sec.,
manlier, und on reason*
hand a supply of
mis, both glazed
Hu has also always
Fashionable paper for
Also, Gold, Velvet,
offered to the
common bordors, which 1
public ut modorato prices, and will be
ly hung on short notice.
Blinds repainted and trimmod
in a superior stylo, ul u low price.
Dec. 19, 1836.
Y virtue of a writ of Von*. Expt
directed, will lie
December, inst.. at 11 o'clock, at the house
of Joshua H<
, in the City of Wilming
, the following goods and chatties, to
wit : beds, bedsteads, mid bedding, bureaus,
clock, looking gli
, tables, chairs, Cir
tovo, andirons, sliovol and
pboiird, stable« and
, contents of
throo hogs, one mare, o
ess, lot of tubs. See.
ion as tho pro
1 ho sold uy
mid taken i
porty of Joshua Hi
Sheriff's Office. New-Castle,
December 7. 1836.
Corner of Tenth and Filbert st reels,
between Market and Arch,
To Journeyim'11 Tailors.
good Journeymen Tailors. Apply
bscrihcr, living iu Elkton, Md.
TWO SHORT HORN
quire of the subscriber.
die, New Castle.
JAMES B. ROGERS.
RAX AWAY from tho
Bubscrilior, oh Monday night
the 31st Oct., a »ipgro '
-1, who calls herself
She is «bout 5 foot 1
inches high, (hick and lieu,
vily hi ilt, near 20 yourf old, udivo i
movements, and has tiiq appearance of hu.
lost 0110 of hor npjfcr front teeth. She
with hor a variety of good clothes,
such aa calico and painted
a load colored olouk lined with yellow urns,
lin, &c. «&.«:.
Fifty dollars will be paid foi apprehend
ing said negro
supposed slm is
delphia, tlm ab<
taken out of the Slate, so that tlm subscri
ber gets her again, and all reasonable
charges, if brought home.
in this Sr.
aking fier wily to Philo.
Canterbury, Nov. 2, 1836.
A WAS committed to the gaol
/of Now Castle County,
Tuesday« the 29th day of No
"V vein her, 183ti, n negro mau
IBM calls himself JOHN—says lie
Worcester county, Maryland, und
to Peter Whaley, is ahout 5 foot 10
a white liât, blue eoatoe,
inches high, wot
or is hereby notified to release
of six weeks h
or at tlio expira
will be discharged under 'ho Act «>f Ass
lily in »uch case m «Jo unprovided.
N ATH AN I LG* WOLF,
Sheriff of New Caste) county, Del.
Sheriffs Office, New Castle, )
November 30/A, D36. ^
„X, «AI.KlNsif Winter
OOW .Spun,. Oil.
12 Chests and half Clu/ls Y
and Porto Rico
35 bags of Ji
12,Ui)9 pound- St. C
coivod hv tho rabscriher
storo cornor of Market aid Tuird
October 1st, 1830.
Fall anil II 'Inter
&4AMUEL BUZBY lias just received at
the old «land, No. 62 Market «trout,
Wilmington, a general .SHortment of
L ull uiid Winter Dry GunA«,
consisting in part of tho following articles :
Super fine Blue, Black, Brown, Citron,
and Dahlia Cloths; Common and l«»w price
ditto Also, Drab and other Habit Cloths,
for Ladies wear; fancy and plain ribbed
e_ of a superior «piullty—
«1 French Green, Clurot,
yellow Flannels ; Gauze,
and Rogers' patent Flannels, warranted not
to shrink in washing; French and English
on«l-beautiful article lor
cloaks und dresses ; plain, black and figured
Sliallas and Mausselilie do Lain«; Long
sand linen cambric Handkerchiefs;
Russia 8'ioetings ami Tablo Linens; Da
uiid Napnns; Irish and Be
«; 209 dcf.011 black and white
it's h:iif und oilier Cambiale;
Merinoos, choice colors.
Wadding ; g
teil und English Me.
d, limb's wool,
Hosery ; cotton mid rille Umbrellas ; super
«1 Auiericlfn long Cloth SSlnrt
s and vdvul cords;
a fresh supply n** F
Shawls ; w
ings; heavy heave
309 yards huuvy Téw Lin«
ent of Dolioslic Shirtings, Shoot.
Tickings ail of which
will bn sold Imv btthe yard
FOU l*ttIZES I
OPPOSITE niliNVM'S HOTEL,
G « RE AT ami Smparf
C Day notice bus Imcn receiv.
Brilliant Schemesl^oun to be dr.
fered—inclutlingXho capitals of $69,990,
$39,099, $2.a'u(ÏÏ^as well as $29,G00.—
Early notice is given, that distant ailvo
forward tlicir or
the Old Prize Sellers, EMORY
& CO.. Baltimore. Md.
!(1 of tho
ir before of
s may be oiiuLLhI
1 or Puckagos
the high capital
Orders for singlb Tickets
should be addressed
EMORY Si. CO.
No. 2 Calvert st. B iltiinoro.
July 30, 1836.
T HE subscrilier corner of Market and
Third 8tr«*''t«, Wilmington, opposite
Farmers* B.«uk, keeps constantly
i fresh and gen
iosaml Liquors, which will ho offer
4 the lowest cash prices,
TEAS—Yottuj Hyson, Gunpowder, Im
perial, Souchong. 1'ouohoug, &c.
LIQUORS—JKiMra, l'urt, Tonrriflo,
ahd Malaga winos ; French and
indy of x superior «piulily, tho lut.
ra exfolient, .md well worthy the at.
•ho keep g«ted
tention of Hotel keepers
liipiors ; Holland and Co
ml «St. Croix Spirits; Cordials of
Tal kinds; Old Rye, Moiioiignhula and
common Whisk« )', Rum, &.o.
Ho also keeps
variety of Sugars, ('.»floes, Spices, Fish,
Flour, Salt, Lamp Oil, Sco. Ac.
All orders forwarded will bo p
Wilmington, lug- 13, 1836.
r|!HE subscriber has just recoivod, l»v tlio
JL lato arrivals from England, a largo
no of the latent stylo of
the host manufactories in
laud, Wurruutod fast colors, consisting
Threaded London Brussels, Impo.
rial threo ply, Douhlo Super, Supers, Fine,
Royal Damask, 4.4, 3-4, 5-b, 2-4, Vunelian.
Tufted Hearth Rugs.
French Embossed and Printed Tablo Co.
mndon Brussols, Wilton, and
Haro's Patent English Oil Cloth
English Tanned Sheep Skins, vurious
Round und Flat Stair Rods.
Manilla and Alicaiit Dour Mats, Bind,
iug, «te. tto.
4-4, 5-4, G-4 English Bockingnnd Baizes,
of tho latest stylo of potto
Priced Carpeting of all descrip.
d Lamp Mats.
All of which
offered cither wholesale
the most pleasing terms.
calling and c
lints would do well hy
iniug for tlmmselves before
ROBERT B. WALfcFR.
No. 25 N. 2d st. opposite Christ Church,
FllFSH M\1 FF OOOSPS.
fijFENCER 1). EVES has just recoivfM*
W at No. 79 Mnrkot street, a hanilsc
of fushioiinldo Fall und Wit
which ho offers
and tlio public
orally. His stock c
blue, black, brown, dahlia, in.
vhihln und Polish green Cloths; ribbhod
striped, plaid and buckskin Cusaimores;
stripe«!, plaid und pluiu Sattiuot, from GO
cents- o #1 75 pur yarJ ; Silk Velvet, Va
lentin , Toilinet and Swansdown Vestings,
French and English nv rinoos, at last years
; also, Damask Merino, a now article;
Floor Cloths, green, yellow and
red Flannels, Gauze, Welch and Rogers'
patent Flannels, warranted not to shrink iu
washing ; Beaver Cloths, Flushing mid
d Cords, Blan
d Coverlets, Russo,
and Table Diapers, Russi
Alao u hands'»
no stylo of French, Enc
an prints. Silk and Table
, worste«! and woollen
with a good assortment of
1 us brown and bleach
iisli, and Amrri
Oil Cloths, silk,
Hu.-iory, to got!
Domestic Goods, sue!
od Shirting and Shooting, Muslin, Cheeks,
Ticking. Stripes, Plaids, K'-rseys, Negro
Cloths, See. Alo
[Vitmiu filon, Sejifcmlcr 10.
PLANTATION situate in Now Cas.
tie Hundred and County, containing
o or loss, thirty to for
«1 itüqd atate of '
d he.]«;.'« in good co
* 'iiiirrairarviii | iR* , i
of Now Castle. Thai
a two siory brick Dwelling
rooms below and above, and a cellar—
a log kitchen, a bam, corn cribs, sheds. Ac.
a well of-water near tho house. Any per
son wishing to sue tho uuid pi '.ce. may call
. U» 1'
d further partiaulars,
« 1 ,
udiHou. it is
mile from Cli
Mr. Joseph Willi.
—nud for terms
, Now C it tlo,
or tlio owner, the subscriber, Nu. 208 Wol
Mr. Evan II. Th
Oct 23— It
ATTAIN HENRY READ, (late of
J tlio Steamboat Wilmington.) takes
pleasure in announcing to his ti lends und
the pul lie in g« lierai, that lie has taken the
uhovo Hotel, formerly Briston's, and lately
occupied hy Collins Donny, Wilmingtou,
Dalawuro, where he will be happy
s in tho host style.
with a call, and will bn
thankful to his old friends not to forget that
he is still willing to
it udo iu iiis present,
ay favor hi
them with prompt,
well as his fo
Wilmington, April 16, 1836.
K AN VFACTOIt Y,
No. 44 Mmlccl st. Wilmington , Del.
-THE Subscriber has just
1 Hat Store and
«factory, near tlio «.««....»
kof feoennd, where ho keeps
® constantly mi hand a large ns.
Hats, ot the Dost
ill dispose ot wholesale
c«is. Ile »tso
.ips o overy
Col î nt ^ I
Horlineiit of Silk
quality, which ho tv
and retail, at the I
hand Cloth and F
:* I I'l
description, for men and boys,
merchants und others, who wish
fushioii.ihl.) Hats and Caps of the best do
well to givo him a c 11. Hats manufactured
to order on tho shortest notice, to suit all
kinds of purchasers.
CORNELIUS M. CAREY,
new style Hats,
FLORENCE, No. 48 South
Third street, is prepared re
extensively furnish his NEW
STYLE of Spring Patterns,
which for bounty of shape will
io with nny previously off«
is sufficient to
>f FLORENCE'S IIA'I
attract tho nttoiill
a neat article of head gi
that have elicited
CALL AND SEE, FLORENCE,
Established Hat Sb CflfTOloro,
18 South Third at. below Chest
S TRAYED from Elkton,on Wednesday
evening last, three fresh tylilch C
They aro all of a brimllo color—one has
while face with
d sjmts—any further de
collected. Any person win
I cows to tho subscriber, liv
Elkton, on tlm farm formerly
on Little Elk, 9
place, or give information
• be found, either to him or
< lldcu, will be liberally
pied by Mr. l'icrso
from the above
whore they mat
at the Cecil G.i
Elkton, Ootolmr 10,183d—lift
A N occasional meeting of tho school
voters in School District No. 48, New
day of November next,
for tlm purpose of adopting such measures
be best calculated to co-operate with
school districts, in memorializing
invest the surplus
of tlio general government, to bo
deposited with tho State, for tho use of tho
district school system. A general attend
of the school voters is requested.
ounty, will lie hold at tho school
1 said district, on Saturday, tho 5th
3 o'clock P. M.,
the next Logislu
T. II. Tatlow, Clerk.
C 4 r. WAYNE & SONS* at tho south
Jo west corner of Market and Fourth
streets, Philadelphia, keep constantly for
sale Tea «Sets, Ladles, Table and Tea
Spoons, Salt and Mustard Spoon
Butter KnivcH, Combs, «Sic. Ac.,
tlio newly discovered and
Metal called IMITATION SILVER, com
billing all the good qualities of real silver,
at less than half the price.
The following extracts from Profu«nor
Hopkins's opinion will enable tho public to
" idea of tlio valuo and utility of
" I Hud the American silver to be
alloy, which has for u
imitated in Gcrmuny,
of * Argontano.'
posed of ill') s
sidoruble time boo
d solJ under tlio 11«
All those alloys consist essentially of cop.
iuc, and nickel, to tho latter of which
Ly u.vo their colour, their hardness, and
some other properties.
to learn whe
al for cul
" My principal object
tber your metal is safely
inarv and other family purposes ; and this I
is what you arc desirous of know
uctiun of dilute
oral slips burnished
" I hnd
.0 tho uctiun of dilute
iutic, and dilute acetic
oral slips burnished
er.. I days
" I hnd
n placed upright in tho gl;
ses containing tho liquids,
about half tlicir length. At tlio
'03"FIVE DAYS, tho results w
follows ;—In the «alt and water, tho
not in tho least degree ti
If In strong Sulphuric Acid, tho sanio.^TJ
The Acetic Acid, (frequently called * Kud
. with water,
stronger than any
1. It did
leal Vinegar') though mixed
was «till many time«
egar used in f nniliu
it was immersed in tho ucid,
iilally. Nitric Acid dissolves
very great rapidity ; but this
with equal powe
hr fir hr w
the alloy wit.
acid iL Ta«
" Those results have
ly, that your alloy may bn used with safety
tor any purpose to which silver is usually
applied in a family, M
subjected iu ordinary Ik
its resistance to tlio action of corrosi
aider the trials I hnv
<!•• >•!' it
ceding tiny to which it would bo
hold use; fro
an oligibln and o
e for the
IU' Its color and lus.
of silver, that
it is difficult to di
Si;- 'i. .1
W. E. HOPKINS,
of Chomistry, U. S.
Military Acudoiny, West Point.
FOR CARRIAGES AND HARNESS.
COACH, MOUSE, SIGN AND
Oitihui i»i*l al Pitinllng.
C 'l HATEFUL for past favors thoybope
K by strict attention to tlicir Liu -A mss.
erit a share of public patronage in fu
turn, whicl' they will thankfully receive.
II. G. &. L. M. CHASE.
N. B. Orders for Paper MuLiitfiuK
from the country will rucuivo punctual at
1 29, 1835.
liSflia Rubber Goods*
™ IIE subscriber bason band, und is
£ stantly receiving from tho Boston In
db Rubhl ,/|j lclory , and the New York In
^ Uuhber cloth Company, a complote ns.
Mort|nent u f thoso goods, which lie offers for
sulo on thcir account, in lots to suit purcha.
t tlio Factory Prices—receiving iiis
I commission fro
tlio Companies for selling.
of the following :
thing of all kinds, Shoes of all do.
scriptions, Boots and Loggings, Travelling
Bugs, Saddle Bugs, double
die Cloths, Nook P.uls, for travelling, Hoso
Pipe, Caps, with and wil bout capos, Ladies,
Misses, and Children's Aprons, Mechanics
and Domestics Aprons, Air Bods, douhlo
and single, Air Cradle Mattresses, Air Pil.
lows, Air Cushions, Life Preservers, Cloth
of all kinds, &c. &c.
Tho subscrilier has also for salo, from the
Importers, India Rubber Shoes, and G
Elastic in bottles, halls, slabs and pieces.
Clothing, or any other «Icscription of
and Cloth of
kind covered with Gum Elastic in tho best
«1 single, Sud.
ILf* The goods of these Companion
ry respect to any.
Is sidd in this cntiu
warranted eipial i
•other India Rubber
d t in? su
try ; 1
Philadelphia or New Y«»rk.
No. 39 South Wharves, below Cliusiiut st.
ISAAC* l*. WALKER
Surveyor A* Conveyancer.
NEW CASTLE, DELAWARE.
Tlie Way to Save Ifloucy.
Superfine Satin Beaver Hate at $2 50.
Elegant Satin Beaver Bonnets, tf-c.
SI'OONHK & CO.
Church Alley , first door above Second st .,
hiuiii, and oiler for sale, »
groat assortment of Gentlemen*» attd
Youth's Satin Beaver Hats, of tho very
host manufacture, not inferior to any in tho
United States, and in the most elegant and
highly finishod style, at prit
than wore over bofuro offered.
LADIES' SATIN BEAVER BON
NETS, of superfine manufacture, und of
tlm richest colors and materials, which
olferod remarkably low, considering the ex
cellence of tho arliclo.
.SAVE from a dollar to a dollar and a half
in tlio purchase of aflat or Bonnet, while
Mrijra they may procure a grout.
and satisfy themselves.
03" Persons who think it
ly superior article,
to visit this storo ;
, by Bonding tho number
O' Any p
idth of brim of tho liât he
of tho si
personally culling for it.
-MJ ESPECTFULLY informs tho Ladies
H Aand Gentlemen oî Wilmington and ^
New-Custlo ttiat the liberal palronugo they
have lH)Ht,owud upon him, has induced him
to establish a manufactory of Porcelain
Teeth, which will enable him to insort tooth,
full suis, in a manner that for
usefulness and beauty, cannot be surpassed.
WM. D. NOLEN,
Dentist, No. 175, Market st.
Wilmington Oct. 10.
N OTICE is hereby given to nil whom it
may concern, that the undersigned in
Loud applying at the next biennial sossu 1 of
the Legislature of tho State of Delà*
enable the «»
for a law
drain a certain marsh, situate in Appo tin
imiuk hundred, bindin
creek, and lying
g on Appoquin) link
both sides of Hang
DAVID W. THOMAS,
' Cantwell's Bridge.
nity in general
interested in the subject of Book-keep
e teachers a
A 8,h0 °°
ng-4)very species of ingenuity, oven
that of others, iu constant requis' - ' * 4 -
flurncc public opinion for th«?i
ends, it may be useful to Bet them
pie not u worthy of tlicir imitation, und
then see if they dure
It may be ulso noc
the subscriber will cheerfully demonstrate
that direct and elegu
the Auxiliary Boohs und the Ledger, 1/
been a desideratum but
mplished. This subject has* n*
proved by Mr. Ben nett, or any
author extant, on tho science of Book,
ing, and I will venture
been established by any t<
in the Stale of Delaware.
Ev«*ry person commencing tho otudy of
Book-keeping ut the Edgwnrih Seminary
iu this City, gets tlio following guurauteo
icutud: If Um* student, A. B., bo
inn In hr,, it
say lias never
lint a well instructed Book-keeper, when «le.
dared finished hy tho subscriber, the prioo
of tuition, ten dollars, shall be forfeited by
Mr. McN. will also teach theoretically
and practically, n beautiful, free, and expo.
dit tous business hand, suited to all tho pur
professional life, by
poses of a meroantilo
the inosL simple and interesting luulliod ev«*v
offered to tho public.
Terms for tlio course $5.
Btudonts in this cl.
a guarantee that they shall ho
icidlent band, or the
luilion shall Ik) forfeited.
ut tho Sei
k of P<*ninnnsliip ci
6 until 9 o'clock P. M.
is e.iruostly requested.
ON Saturday night tho 8 h
who calls himself Lewis Mil.
. He is rather a hr
any appcuruiiua of the
latto ; thirty years old, und about 5 foot
r 19 inches high, omet iu his person,
which is neither very
brought up as u house servant, and
the generality of runaways, has b*on
11 bluck negro, b
uch indulged, not accustomed
though occasionally working i
Ile I ins rode much with
and a groat portion of his tiino
with iiis gun, and is a good duck shooter.
Ho can conduct himself with great polite,
ness, but his torn
ful among his fol
per is violent and revongo
ly possesses an uncommon pflh
portion of that high aroma so delicious to
tin; nostrils of the abolitionists, but lias tlio
additional fragrance of tlio scropliulu smell,
rendering him worthy the bosom of Arthur
Tuppuu. Ho bud u grout vurioty of good
will no doubt cliango. Ho is perfectly
healthy, and may be called a genteel, good
looking n<'gro. Neither tho wife ho ha*
left, nor any other person, cun account for
T. M. FORMAN.
Cucillon, Md. Oct. 19, 183«.
adjoining St. Anns' Church will bo
«Saturday, the 22d day of
« separate lots. T
Cash, and a general warrantee will be giv
xl, in tli
A. A. VAN BERBER
s ile of Mr. Van Rubber** land od.
Middletown, i** i»Of,tp«»ii«d until fur.
T. M. FORMAN.
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