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distinct and separate from the other ; braklim; Kvass for leghorn bonnets, various incuts . S ? »hieb some beautiful specimens were ex .. , These poor creatures ill a situation than orphans, some of whose parents •e „erhaps instrumental in bringing upon ir heads the vengeance of criminal la w, taken by the hand of benevolence, tor "Z' first time instructed in Christian duties, furnished gratuitously with good characters, restored to society again. Can human 2 o further than this without entrenching dominion of justice. The science ut c-r.ninal law we believe, is yet in its iufan then ity the j» cy* busker hill celebration. We extract from the Boston Courier, the following description ot the venerable reicher who, in behalt of ms numerous i'irnce, addressed the throne of Divine (Vice. Our readers will participate in the emotions that such a spectacle was so pccu . I V C al minted to inspire—It speaks direct to the best affections of the human heart, s.id it i' therefore eloquent «The whole declivity of the Mount ap peamHikeonc^ast'inTiMeUt^e, 'iqs'tei' came forward to offer up his pray * '"the multitude was in an instant hushed ' he ^^tcmrbur'iwTie imlÄthun i rstiiig °' ,J th e bkc of ninety, having outlived ^r-neration—his silver locks flowing down 11S ''boulders_his face exhibiting the fur rnu's of age, yet glowing with apparent and'^suscepSble tif considerahlc odulution—his articulation perfect and dis '"™' ^ucli a man was Joseph Thaxter. >lv ,;as a chaplain in the regiment ot Gol. Prescott, and was on •1'^'-'^ Hill, lll uu C . ; 'u,,on'tnV God ot^battles to protect "rci' save bis countrymen, but calling also lei his countrymen to defend themselves, . î o. niti-rs aiid their homes, am! assuring their alters aim tutu u™« • them that those who would be tree, must strike the blow themselves, and, under Prov idcncc, work out the conquest by their own J.jo-ht arms. As this reverend patriarch approached thc trout of the stage ami raised hisdrv and almost llcshlcs.. hands in thank fahiessaml intercession, he seemed like a connecting link between "corruptible anil in corruption"—his uplifted eye reflecting thc light of immortality, and the undulations ot his bosom indicating the fluttering ot a spirit that panted to meet the embrace of his Ma kev." • r to his tinct. He O o , A t tween three ml On.'Hindtiy afternoons between tincc ai.ci four o'clock, a ire was*■ < * n i SSiÄÄÄÄ -'iSASli..™. m-d, littwc.-.i 'l.n.t. „.,1 ElddXh dym , which very soon ciimmunicMed to the build-j S Hm &'il^ed: U an l d h befor; it'was buddings b'ctween'the Sta^ilesTnThe ^rcar'of the Tavern, No. 35 G Market-street, the I'ennsvlvania Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb' and the rear of the houses fronting on Market-street. Tlie principal sufferers Mr. Lewis Walker, whose Hatter's «hop was consumed; Mr. John Struthers, lost his large and splendid collection of Marble Man tels, and a great .quantity of finished work j and materials; Mr. John Cochran, his bake house, stable tkc. Mr. George Peterman, I iiis ware-house and a quantity of groceries, i nnd Mr. John Dunn his blacksmith's shop amt materials, besides which tlierc were I ' several frame buildings burnt. i l he Pennsylvania Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb was in great danger, and on fire, but tlic direction of the wind, which was j westerly, and the usual alacrity of the fire • r men, prevented any further damage to thc building.— 1'hilad. /in/icr. î ,, , , r n ■ î -• c Although the following relation may be ■ . tewed by some as scarcely deserving credo, it may be relied on as authentic: the circum -1 nances recorded in it took place m the conn y°? 1 h , nt ' lllK ' ut 8? years back. A woman having been convicted ul a capital ciime, was ordered tor execution, and was actually j a.iged. Having remained suspended dm mg tue usual time, she was removed trom ; tlie scaffold, and carried into the church; it was soon discovered that the vital spark was . not totally extinct, and means were mime diatcly adopted by her friends for the pur pose of tully restoring anunat.mi 1 he exe ' Utionerhaving bee., in ornietl ot what was gmng on, and apprehending that he should mc'ir censure for the incomplete pertor maaim ot his sanguinary duty, repaired to tae church with an intention to depatch the woman. 1 he temales, however who were areundthe body, became furious when ac quumted with the; hangmana design, and u, lucdiatcly attacking him with the most. vio lent rage, tie was obliged to flv for sa ety up die steps which led to the belli y; thither ms pursuers followed him, and seizing him ny t:vj heels, they drair^ed him down the stairs and so much injured him that his death was the consequence. In the meantime the body of the woman was carried away, and the measures for restoring life ultimately proved successful, but perhaps the most astonishing part of this narration yet remains to he told; this woman, who might be said to have experienced a resurrection from tlic grave, not long afterwards actually commit ted another crime of which she was convic ted at the next assizes, and for which she suffered death. The sheriff, in this instance, determined that the intention of the law should not again he frustt;*ted, caused a ne tobe dug dose to thc gallows, in which the corps was immediately buried after the execution was carried into effect. j 1 It give us peculiar pleasure to record cve instance of perpetrated and of expiated crime, like the following. A bookseller in •Iiis city received through the post office, ; t note from an unknown hand enclosing a !l "n of money, and stating that a boy bad »rally a year ago stolen a book from iiis store—but that "God," to adopt the simple j ; ut expressive phraseology of the writer, "would not let me rest or keep the book "ithout paying fur it." The letter concludes thus "Forgive me as God has forgiven Perhaps none but the Deity and the ^Tentant sinner himself knows who has done this deed—Jet him keep the secret in his own heart, and only remember it to jtvoul such temptations hereafter. If ever paper reaches his eye, we can assure that he is cordially and affectionately ■ ov Riven, and that lie has the best wishes nte.' tie i of the man whom he once injured, 1 injury he so nobly repaired, for his future welfare, prosperity and happiness—let him . take courage from his own contrition, and beware of future temptation.— liait, Amer, ut which TBE WIimmGïGNIAN, A s ii DELAWARE REGISTER. Thursday, June 30,1825. it We have the pleasure of informing our readers, that by information obtained from the Editor of the "Baltimorean," we arc en ,, , , , , , , ... aided to state that the reportof the death ot | Mr. Morrison of Bell-Air, Md., is incorrect. | This gentleman is far on the recovery, and' it is hoped that a few days more will restore him to health and his business. Unfortunate .4.-1?/.*««.— Yesterday alter noon as D. Payntcr, Esq., Clerk of the t(ml . t (l fc. picas of N. Castle Co., accom-j pained by à daughter of Gov. Hall, of Sus- j sex County, dec. were passing through cur . ; n ],is gig, his horse, from some I i " H "''* smUknl - v to( * M * llt ,° ff j when turning short the corner of I bird and j King streets, the gig was overturned and ; dashed to pieces, and its contents thrown ; j |ll0 t h c middle of the street. Mr. P. and ! t' 1 *- 1 were taken up ami conveyed, al-j ! most in a state of insensibility from the ! j shock, into Gen. J. Wolfe's Hotel, where, 1 'through the kind attention of Mrs. Wolfe, j , together with prompt medical assistance, I we are pleased to s-iy they have so far re- I also covered as to be enabled to proceed home- j > , Mr. Puvnter, v.e understand, has . , . T received a severe contusion on his forehead, ... j but Miss II., we are happy to state, cs own caped with but slight bodily injury. ! ; _ , c . f ,, . . , i j Ly a perusal o, the follovvin,, p,n n 11 r.qi i, : which we copy from thc Baltimore Ameri- : cauo f vesterdav, the reader will perceive , . " . . , r f fienr ( a J y 3-1 , T ; g'a, have adjourned without taking up the j reportof the committee appointed upon . that part of the vnvenor's message which j , 1 „r, î, „ vdates to the improper into, tcrencc of t ic I Uf|itC(1 St;Ucs Government, with their do i mestic affairs. Thi.-is as it should be. It - ***«.»« , l.otly. nl one which will cchcc; ci.c highcsc | crc(lit upon ; tg mc!T . be rs. If thc St.de 'Georgia has not had justice at the hands ofjof ^ that 1 that ; t t a „ deal with partiality. ! ■ ^ | The legislature of Georgia have adjourn ed without paying to the chairman ot the I commute wiio ma<le the blustering report | already published, the compliment of calling | it up. We are disposed to look upon this j dignified disdain and contempt of a produe tinn so childish, as the sober, enlightened I good sense of tlic people of Georgia—that i they regarded it as the effusion of a tew de signing and clamorous men, vvho have crept I into public office by abusing the confidence i of tlieir fellow citizens. We hope that after 'such a demonstration of the feelings or the Georgians, we shall hear of no comments by j which the restless agitators who could set their names to such a report might he fur islied with a pretext to shield themselves It is ! î n from the scorn of their constituents, unmanly to triumph in such a case—it is a and every rsel victory obtained over be ■ • . (1 such a controversy disgrac the b wcal . c ,.. Representatives there will -1 . „ „. nven , mt . nts who bring disgrace t ,.^constituents, and let it be the bu ^ of tW co „ st ;tuciits to' purify their own lccisluturc. It is their own business— j own duty—and all foreign intorlei t lian'idle, ami productive only of ; ; . f The Uriited States will listen it . t|lc utmost respectful attention to ev . ^ com , iant and remonstrance on the part O f (;col .,,j.. unaccompanied bv menance; and f * not granted to the full extent of , k is b ,„. ca „ sc this cannot In- done () . stU , i„ ;lir y. Geot to submit to no law but what is c " ual , v 0;>liEaf.rs- on «II the other states, as to the b wcr f u) HS thc weak-in that l.o . ' s . t( . d ; itv iesMc s. she is equally * p witil b t he'mo S t formidable mem P f AnH . v i C an confederacy. She u, , d , )C proud of lier high aid imperial , itv „ p ' oud tlint even Delaware in this up k ■ '. icw sta „da on the same footing 1 . . N Y ork or Virroiia—in the Senate - , 0 f the American confedera , C J xieequa . •nee C J xieequa . To I lie I (liters oftlie Wilmingtouiati. v-iikilh anniversa at hand, ami I l'e •The for Gentlemen: ry of our imk'pcmlence i g re I to say that I have not heard from a !. public journal of our State, a single call up-1 j on our citizens to meet ami commemorate this glorious event by a public festival, lj and every a reader of many papers, day my eyes are greeted by annunciations of busy preparations making throughout ev ery State in the Union, (except this,) to celebrate in a becoming manner the birth-day I do not altogether am of our independence, conceive it to be the duty of persons offici ating in your capacity to make this call, but rather that of some few patriotic leading individuals, whose examples ure always But, looked upon to be correct and proper, we either have no such persons among us, or they are so completely under the influ ence of that political lethargy, so prtjudi- I cial to magnanimity and patriotism, as co render them indifferent to the excitement already created by the coming event. I have understood that it is the intention | of a few of our most opulent citizens to j a private entertainment, at some re- j mote spot from our borough, on thc np-i preaching anniversary, and I nvn not a lit- J have tie surprised t'iiat they bhould withdraw themselves from the public to participate . on : oyments of that day. This is not J „ , . ' . republican-like. Lords, Dukes, and Princes celebrate the birth-day of their monarchal« private gatherings, draw off and shut their doors against what they call Plebeans, con sidering them unworthy to set at the same board, and partake of the product of the same soil with them. will ing he the This custom has been long in practice in Europe, where let it remain—but I trust there are none amongst us who are so fond of court etiquette as to imitate these sycophants of motiarchs, ... and parasites of kings. Let those who cab | ^ am , are at aU dispose d, have a | ERTY and EQUALITY, Let the would-be demigod, the purse proud merchant and fawning professor, tor j one day and one day only, close his evesup . on his imaginary eminence, and with un I bent brows come forth with honest hands j togn ' s P in fellowship his fellow countrymen indiscriminately; '«M us meet on the scale of equality and let our j actions bespeak that We are men and Amer icatis. al-j At the request of many, I propose to the ! citizen* of Wilmington and its vicinity, and 1 all others who choose to attend, to meet j the house of Gen. Jas. Wolfe, this evening, I (Thursday,) at 7 o'clock, for thc purpose ot I making arrangements for a public entertain- ; j ment to be partaken of, on Monday the 4th | ! day of July, in honor of that day. AMERICUS. I 1 .nvimuoua. cs , i A v oting mail laid his leg broken at Bangor, j i, : , î(; _ a ( .,. w duys s i nC( ., by an elephant—lie went ; : to st . e a «* Caravan of Animals," and began to j sport freely with the Elephant, which caught him by tlic arm with his trunk, and drew him up [on his tusks, and then by striking linn on, the j t i 1( , g roim d, broke both the hones ot one of his | . legs. . , ! j As George III. king of Great Britain, vvas . î, „ walking on the quarter deck of one ot Ins ic I . cn wJtl| his h#t on, a sailor asked do- his mcs3niatc "who that fdlow was who did It not douse his peak to thc admiral?" Why ->*—ZtfSZZ | v[ - .. ,i„.„|,| !.. manners,"replied Jar.k, "he was never out! ofjof mg/tt <f land in hisjfe!" that 1 At Jl meting of pcrSOUS i- | ! dent in Wilmington and its viemty, belli m .lesse | | Cause's School room to form themselves into a i SoCK . ty )„ r the purposes of investigating the | the I principles of Jioierf Owen'« At» ^ymm. of .Vxv-j | c /^ t and of acquiring' authentic iiiformutiun, from | every source, of their application to practice, this Hssar llavi.n officiated as Chairman, and Jesse lUvsr. as Secretary, de crept after the by set fur ! general entertainment; let there be one ta ble, ami let us assemble around it as thc citizens of one State, and one great confed eracy, shaded by the expanded folds ot the national standard on which is inscribed I.IB at I Thn nett profit arising to thc State of New I Hampshire, from the State Prison, from June i ! VJJ4-, to June 1 was $3,340,57. A Committee ot three persons was appo nted to draft a Constitution and bye laws, to b> presented for consideration at the next meet mg. hicli the meeting adjourned to meet After in the same place on Seventh day next, at o'clock in the evening. HENRY HEALD Chairmen. Jesse Cause See. ORIGINAL I'OK TRY. For flic Wiimiiifjlonian. There's pleasure in the sparkling glass, When pledg'd to friendship's flame, Or when wo toast the blooming lass, While love proclaims her name. There's pleasure in the ballroom's treat, Where grace anil beauty shew Tlieir charms upon elastic feet, As through the maze they glow. There's pleasure in the social glee, Where laughing mirth resounds, And thc heart fill'd with ecstacy, So cheerfully rebounds. Nor does the sparkling glass so bright, Brimful of beverage rares Nor ballroom beauty's step so light, When ballanc'd ill the stir; For mirth so blest with pleasure's pov.'r, To buoy up thc mind, Produce a rapture like an hour To pensiveness inclin'd. To be alone where silence dwells, With tender thoughts imprest. While the heart with saftest fancies Swells; Is surely to be blest. Hast thou ne'er on thy listless arm, Reclin'd thy sinking bead, And streams of teavs profuse and warm. In rich abundance shed' Then with your feelings would you part, For moments of a gayer cast ! Oil nor they're treasures of your heart, And you would bold them fast. The world with all its splendours bright, The mind can never bless, There's nothing can the heart delight, Like lonely pensiveness. . » I I I I !. MEDLEY. For the Wilmingtor.iiiU. TO MISS A 'Ti; to thy power alone dear girl, That l with meek submission how — 1 fly tho rudeness of the churl. And gaze upon thy cheerful brow. Ah! say then, will np powers of mine Induce those lovely lips to move; Or bciul that cruel heart of thine To give to me thy dearest love. M ill not the love I have for thee— The true affection of my heart— Combine to induce a love tor me, Or wilt thou still command " Depart! 8 i>M Will nought but anguish and despair Awake thy heart—amuse thy soul.' oil ! then H wjW bo too late my fair, For then tly-u'lt lieag my funeral knoll. Already,has misfortune's gloom Mv lite's young morning mantled o'er; It'onlv nerds trom thee the doom To waft it to yon distant shore. But if thou cunst not, wilt not love. In mercy ell it not to me— In mercy, let me hence to rove, Jn distant dimes where I'll forget thee. E. V. Fort Delaware. The Sloop Mary Ann, Capt. E. Shockley, will leave Bush's wharf on Monday morn ing (,4th July,) at 7 o'clock for Fort Dela ware, &c. Passage 25 Cents—Dinner will he provided on hoard. ^ _ ___ TH2E2 DRAWING OF THE 17TII CLASS viiih H.,rn the Union Canal liOtteTEV. a -p ».BA aaa * C A?.. 7-A.X, './50 OOP, And tickets only #9, will certainly take place at p ., Philadelphia i Next Wednesday, Gth July '>f , Y', . , I The fortunate numbers will he received ea lv ^ the next norning, when the holders ot the bid liant prizes can immediately receive the amount , )(# awarded them by Fortune. rv 7 ... ,, ° Reformof to-vurtl Umve^w%rig!,R>f the preceding—Report of a Committe of the j Board of Overseers. ; f 01 . April, 1825. | Uedfield; u Long Island 1 ale. Poems by John 1 urvil Adnms. I Intelligence .—Subsidence ot the Baltic, j ; j Published by CUMMINGS HILLIARD & Co. ran *r:is I'HupniETuns. | •phis work is published semi-monthly and is ! issued nt the moderate price of 45 per annum, . .p| lc . v , urk may be seen at this office, where subscriptions will be received. a a of thc President and Man- J A., ? «^mw| lni«iS3'Ælî H. ..... J ^ | ^ itth'^S^'S | a licc|15t , lln , lc . rt l, e seal of thc comp: a i tbc m cc t 0 rs | tl " p! , vme „ t 0 f l()I l, i n going to or ret,, ruing fr anv jjJ„ C rai or special election:!, tlurefr held at the Court House in the town ofNovvcas A* M 2 25 Whole Tickets 9 00 | Quarters irulf do. For sale at tile MANAGERS' OFFICE, No. 28, Market Street, Wilmington, a few do .rs be low the Lower Market. Jane 30, 1825. 1 12 A 4 50 Eighths I HE UNITED STATES LITERARY GAZETTE. No. VI.-June 15, 1825. CONTENTS. Schoolcraft's Travels in thc Review*. Tlu* Travellers; a Tale. Miscellany . Dr. Chalmers and-Mr. Irvine. Italian Lyrical Poetry. De Rossi. Original Poetry *—The Soul of Song. The Proclamation of Suladine. Address to the Moon. Critical Notice*,- -Westminster Review A Residence in Glasgow. ki j I ican Entomology. Say . Italian Novelists. Ann i Russian Wines. Travels in Greece. J.i^t of New Publication«. Li:.t ol : Works in i'ress. BOSTON'.' NOTICE. j v Coi.hsir'ht, President— ! Mil IKI N' Cut •ri the General Assenibly of the State on thc 12b» ii of January 1825, cnuct Whereas, V, exempt of Newcastle Hundred from to be tie— Thc President and Managers of tlic Newcastle Turnpike Company do license the Electors of ^| ie Hundred of Newcastle and exempt them > f ronl the payment of toll, on the day of the gen era j or special elections, thereafter to he held at the Court House in the town of Newcastle. WITNESS the Seal of the New castle Turnpike Company. F June 23,1825. I Newcastle cnunli/, ss. Recorded in the Rolls Office at Newcastle, in and for the County aforesaid, in book C. vul. 4, page256, he. | l:> testimony tuhercnf 1 have hereunto | caused the Seal of ouiee to be affixed at Newcastle, June 25, 1825. MA ITHEVV KEAN, Itccorder. SEAL 4U— It Boat, and Shoe Store. All you who want pood Shoes to wear, l'lease on me* now call, I will sell you n pair; Either little or hit»*. And if you want boots, come and leave me your | measure, And you shall have them that is equal to treasure; And if there should he any deficiency in them, HT should live, I will certainly repair them; As 1 have no other wav here to make 1 do not wLh to be any deceiving; Hut all shall be equally greeted, And all equally treated, With tlic best that I have in shop for to w If you can have any time no And all that 1 ask is to use i And none shall he wanting* if I b. To suit the mind and foot l had a long* stud And I think 1 can do it i f I * For I cannot do any thing* h So I need not pretend to tell you about it: i Hut any thing* that 1 have in my line* of business, ! You are heartily welcome to without any (pii.sj-.net For all that I ask for the liest that can he made, Is nothing at all but plenty of trade; <'f gold or of silver, or plenty of bread That may be wanting* our children to teed* That all 'may have plenty, as well as my shoes, When they are put on fi t t for to uso. y q. For if it an*t made as içood us V shoe, race that is true' , living, ; ! r for to snare their me ure ■ ! Iv fret ti ; ithout it, now How c \vr gum a p For surely all i.,a wanting good shoes for wear, Though never can pay for the hiiie that is bare. To clothe anil to feed is many's profession, few have its right in possession: i fièrent act'ons. But v For saying and doing' are quite So come to my shop and see all the transactions. And if I can't please you with the best that 1 have, I hope you are satisfied with what's in thc grave. James Grubb, North East Corner of Market and Second streets, fronting the lower market house. Wilmington, June 30, 1825. 40—tf. NEW STORE. TWzby & Uassett Respectfully infirm tlieir friends and the public, that they have just opened • New Store, jNo. 02, Ttlarket-stivet, Wilmington, (îeneral Wolfi-'s Hotel, where they Next door t have and intend keeping a general assortment of DRY GOODS - si'iiers, Saitincts, Bomba >, Ginghams, Y. songs, ml other fine Muslins, M'ipes Pittsburgh cords. Such as Cloths ( zeG.s, Flanm Is, (M c >t* Irish linens; Cambricks s See &. \ Dorm s* ic piaids, i Tickings Checks; also Shirtings and Sheetings of various descriptions &c all ol winch they offer . n reason»>) le t»*.*.ns. 4 Mo. 28'h FOR SALE, The Farm and Cotton Factory, Situated on Pike Cve<% in Mill Creek hundred, w (Jjifltle, being the property of Ma* The Farm contains sixty acres of land viiih a goo I Stone House and four Cottages, a H.,rn i.nd stable, and an excellent Orchard. In the Factory are about 560 spindles with the re quisite preparations. The stream of water is sut fieient to .'rivea much larger number of spindles. The proprietor being anxious to dispose of the Machinery in the Conon Factory, will sell it se p ., r . |t( . f or w ith the farm; to suit the purduaser. i he soil, the situation, and the improvements '>f die fmm, are allowed by the best judges, to combine in a superlative degree, fertility, health, ^ r „„;. enif , lce . F ,„-. fllrt |, ( . r |] ir ,i c „iar S , enquire at the office of , )(# u i | IIlin n01liiin or of County of Nr rv Close. Win. C. Dorsey, A* the Wilmington Hotel, or oil tire Premises. M v S I. 1825. 32—3m. do, J Loaelk & Haï ness «Aaking i,,, : Æ 'i Ml Le.,,. ■ Mi PBT3R. A. HUMPHRIES R spr ,ily informs his friends and the pub lic generally, that he continues the above busi ness at his old established stand, for many y«-ars known as that of a Coach and Harness Ma ki JVo. 5 Hanover St., next door to thc Bank of JJeluware: T,h »t l.aviiijr eh»p.o>tcl the best and most skil n*i>led to n nke Coaches, the most approved -rd-r; com bining durability with beauty , comfort and ease in a parallel ful wn-kiD' ii lie is De..rboru t i (l i tlic nmst fashionable (ii; c kc. on travelling wuieh wiii pi ee the on iv m *de in the Horough. l'.gesof .il kinds will be neatly and care repaired, ami lil .. .son !de terms and at the shortest notice, j rjj'-O; de.'s will he thankfully received and pm.c'tially attended to. with I the most ise Harness, lÂYïïAj S\aL\e. P. A. HUMPHRIES Ao refejis , l?..sppetfully returns Iiis thanks to I'm- tlieir very liberal Y s ii'iviius ami custunif pm milage, am] inti l-ms th ill and the puplic that |,e contui es to keep good and cart ful leases for ,a 'die. A double carrage, horse saddle horse, can he furnished at the test notice and on the most reasonable terms, av. i|,-ra, whose horses may give out, ran be ,1,0.1 at a short notice, and Express horses he furnished by applying at Iiis Stable at ■ r ot Third and King S'recta. \he harness or s ;md jrifc*, or shor j sup: d con YVlaelcswvvtVung. ion to tiu* a .ovc, l*. A. Hwmphri- s has fled \vi\h his Couch Making, a Smith Shop» •c«l workmen will do ail kinds of ! In i ronir.. w lie re exp*ri-'i work in *his ï in. , on moderate terms. Wilmington, M.y 19ih 1825. 34—tf. ,\ow is the time to Preserve your Teeth. D. CASS, SURGEON DENTIST Sec., Informs the ladies and gentlemen ot Wilming ton, atid iis vicinity, that he will wait upon them at his room, at the house of Mrs Anderson in High at., below Smith's Hotel, or at their own houses, for the space of a few months, in the lino He performs every necessary the teeth and gums; removing He cleans, separates, and polishes teeth without injuring the enamel. His confidence in his unrivalled mode of extracting teeth, i fid nee f Iiis professiun. î perm ton on with care fix* d tartar. nn limiiiiatied, and no one can want con it'ler once submitting to a trial He ex and decavi d teeth, roots and | jury tu the gums: | (1) j, e tracts broken slumps, that have been despaired of, without in is teeth with foil or gold, sound teeth, with t teeth lasting and useful t ut pain in the operation; inserts urtifi ; uncut and durable manner; regulates cliil 's ti cth, and gives advice on the teeth grat ureri is, if applied to at his room. N. B. He keeps powder for the teeth, which ai.'d is very beneficial to the gums ; wishing any of Ids services, to whitens th | 1 sis tin He ivq rail in iht course of the above mentioned lime, ill leave town ut the expiration of it. Slay 10th. 3a—If. , as In* m .: t 1 Slay Grocer'S Store. Subscriber informs his friends and the ic t hat he has constantly on hand, and for suie on tlic lowest terms at his Store No. 4 West excellent assortment of Groceries ; J ' pu High st., uti MIC ii us Sugars of different qualities; *! 5 i ^1 Mollasses; Spices; Chocolate; ^JiFldLSilij various kinds of Coffee; Cheese, Sec. &c. Also, a supply of Wines and Liquors, not unrival led by any in the market. All v, hicli he will sell wholesale and retail at *•> ËDÎ 2 James C. Allen. 36— o7n. Jane '2nd 1325. ^•'Fte Village Record (West Chester) will in ert this 4 times, and send tlieir bill to this of* ficc. CHEAP WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Boot, Shoe and Trunk.Stores, m & a©© J Market Street, M ilmington. i T either uf the atu.ve stands, the public will •% ,t ull times find a cotnpli te assormn nt of eu's Miss s', Hoy's, and Children's 1 Morocco Boots am! Siloes. Lidic's Silk. Valencia, K.d, Everlasting and Pi t.nt-llu S'ipptr», style, of the best materia.«, and by choice Work n's U L'-adu r : »si fashion;.},Ie ia.lt* in tlie lj„t) pair of Coarse Shoes, and 500 pair of Btiilsbli for lhe country market; j ■ markii dy Ion . rut of L.ulif s' .aid Children's Esst L«cv which will be sold An assort Pi'll nun!«* Morocco and Ki*i Shoes, trom SO tw SO cents per pair. Orders supplied no the mpst liberal terms, for cash or acceptances. The snbscrib. rs have employed a person ell acquainted wall cutting and fitting those who a.-e disposed to leave tlieir measure, 'omen orchildr-n who is men, V. M*NcaI, c? Son. A general ass rtment of Travelling ami N.B. !Li- Trm. Wilmington, May 19, IS.'5 34—'f* Cards, Handbills, and Blanks, IS pkLv ht VUis Üiüc«?.