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ddition, all the more loyal subjects of Fer-1 iT^nre'had HHrecKd 'th-Wican | eople onàme a king for themseWes, it Jig Vf that they -jsliou.lcl be brought with tilths happy pail of the European system, j - 1 E VfXSXaXtâ&TOSÏîAX, Accounts from Hamburg state that the adc in linens was in great activity in Sil iia, and that the prices have risen. The air at Frankfort had been very animated is year, and them were more if tu 500 reign dealers there. Cloth, cotton, and mien stuffs were much enquired after. The trade between Liverpool and Dublin nsive that four stcam playing between the d become so ex kts were constat! lo ports. AN II d j ; lAvrAK i; m: hi sit* u • Thursday, Öct. 27, 1825. ,i which are to he found in late ^■"tc.rou: IHiebec papers, state that the " Mammoth Hin Baron of Renfrew" which sailed from port for England last month, t,s lost. X, the 12tliSept.it appears this ship was ^■sseil at sea, and was then discharging Since that, a jge quantities of water, thcr account states that a vessel had ar /eil at Gasp*', which reports that "she saw e Baron of Renfrew near the C rami Bank, :ken up and floating in several detached ee.es, and that part of the ere The weather at the time was so vio nt that no assistance could be Rendered." he Editor of the N. Y. Commercial Ad a tiscr is of opinion that this could not have :en the Renfrew, hut part of the Colum , which the reader wifi remember w..s bother '' Mammoth Ship" and which suil d some time previous to the Renfrew, and The circumstance of the Ren Brew having been seen in a leaky condition, Kogether with the report of this vessel, ren tiers it not at all improbable that the above Statement is correct. At tlie time the .C o Bunibus sailed we were of opinion that she lould not cross the Atlantic. Her huge 'length would not only render her ungovern Iblc in rough weather, but would strain hur ■o were on ch. is as lost. dien thrown across a lo such a degree, ■well, that her planks must of necessity be lent asunder by her own weight. This palpa ble Idea it seems was not entertained by her Igenions inventors. It might have been sup posed that the loss of the Columbus would presented the fact, but it appears it did lave ot. ot. [Among the names of passengers reported to lave arrived in the ship Canada,from Europe fe that of Anna Braithwaite, a female preach fer of the society of Friends. Does she come lo gather the fruits of the seed of discord which she lias so unhappily succeded in sow ing in the society of which she is a mem Sei'—to widen the chasm which herimpru dent and officious meddlings have caused to with such threatening aspect—to rc Buscitatc party strife and animosity, and lay regain the axe of discord and disunion at tlie Boot of society, and destroy that harmony and 1 Move which has been the predominate trait Bin its character since the days of its origin? Lor, does she come as a penitent, smitten by I-'the rod of remorse; to repair the injury she puis done, and heal the wounds she lias in Iflicted? This and not the former, we trust Bo be the case, and which makes her errand Black among those, who, at lier former com Hng did rejoice ; but at lier going, had cause no mourn that she ever come. rawn I By the U. S. Cutter Florida, arrived at ES. York from Key-West, whence she sail fed on the 4th instant, we receive the grat ifying intelligence that the Key has become I r.omparitively healthy. Not one case of Imalignant fever existed when the Florida [sailed, and but few cases cf any other dis ease. ■■ To the Editor of the Wiimingtonhiti, ■ Sir —A certain writer, in your paper over U the signature of " Ergstuatus," lias writ Hlt.cn a number of essays to prove tlie strange ^■"doctrine of circumstances." His exam ^■ple of the two children born in Constantiiio HHSple, and ol Socrates remaining in prison after ■■the doors were thrown open for him to es BBcape, so far from proving the "doctrine of ■^circumstances," is the best argument that Hgiccmld he adduced in favor of "freewill," Hjattd of "man forming his own character." flfc Had not the child that was horn of Christian ^■parents, liberty to turn Mahometan, if lie ^Bhad chosen ta do so ? And was not the Mn [jBhometan child at liberty to become a Chris ;^Btian if lie wished to? certainly—and sowas ^■Socrates at full liberty to leave his prison, H .it' he had been disposed to do so. WÊ If " Erostatus" had drawn iris exant ^Bp^sfrom inanimate mutter, he might have proved to his readers, that, tlfât was subject to the taws of circumstances, and no one would have objected to it ; for instance, sup pose " A takes a stotic and throws it at B, and kills him the stone is the instrument whereby D came to his death, under the "circumstance" of having motion com municated to it by A, in the direction of B's head. Now "substitute motives for 'cir cumstances,' and you have literatim.," certain Editor's mode of reasoning, and can prove that the stone was a rational creature; because, whatever acts from a " motive," must deliberate between two " motives" a that may öfter, aiuluhcuce one or the other, and whatever deliberates and chooses, must | | l ' Ca a '° abo ' c n ' eii ' j ? ionc[ ' ^one (agreeably to the profound Ed- J dor of the Bereans method ot reasoning) j was impelled by a motive; it therefore de- I 1 «crated, «consequently a rational creature, of course a tree agent. It necessarily follows that it is àh accountable being and, as a lawyer would say, being instigated by the devil, and with malice aforethought killed „ .* _ 15; it ought to sutler the penalties of the law, in such cases made and provided. Hut that which will silence the advocates for the "doctrine of circumstances," is the ... .. circumstance ot the Editor oi the Berean, having attacked "Robert Owen's tiew svs tern of society" WITHOUT ANY MO TIVE-IM for although " Erostkatus" , , t , , , ..... , may say t.iat tile Editors hostility to R. Owen's " doctrine of circumstances" was a and this circumstance a reason so unreasonably as to reverse the case of the ratinnality of the stone, and say that bee .use the F. litor wrote without mo . . • tive, he acts wnhou. reason. ^ BEREAN, Jk. " motive for the attack : but that would he a mere quibble to support this long explod ed doctrine; (for the Editor himself, a mongst his " Owcnitc" fricmls, is a friend to Owen's system;) and i will defy the in genuity of a Baron or a Newton to disco ver from these essays, particularly the one of the 17th inst, any motiae whatever in the writer if them: b.ui is suffieie it to prove the whole system erroneous.—But I do not wish any person to j " j t — It is stated by a correspondent of the Dub lin Evening Post, that the British com man the South American and West India i' received positive orders in favor of the Spanish Royalists, to proceed j '• tire French forces, acting as if war had been declared. j The crops throughout England were rep-■ resented to be most ample, ami oi the best j 'Flic report that had prevailed in London! at the last dates, of the complete subjugation j bv tire British troops, of the Burmese v pire, is contradicted by more recent inti Hi-! gtnee, which shows that tile war still rages ! ! a fresh conspiracy of the Ultra Royalist par- j ty had been discovered, and that amongst the number of persons arrested are several officers of distinction, and two of the King's Cliamberlains. The first shaft of t'le Thames Tunnel, at Rothcrhithe, had been sunk to the full in tended depth, 80 feet, which is 20 feet be low the bed of the river. It had every ap pearance of success. Colonel Pisa had arrived in London, after oeing in prison twenty months. He was liberated through the exertions of Mr. Nel , our late minister to Spain, and Mr. Ap pleton, secretary of legation at London. There is supposed to be more building go ing on in London at the present timç, than therc was in the whole kingdom 20 years ugo. Amongst the wonders in the London pa pers is that of an extraordinary lady, who has chosen to walk from Scotland to Loudon, bare-foot. She is endowed with all the com-] forts of fife, and when she arrives at an Inn she changes lier walking dress for fiishiona ble silks and satins ! Three Haytien envoys had arrived in France to negociate a loan, in order to fulfil the conditions of the ordinance. Baron Mac kay had been created a Rear Admiral. No less than forty-five companies have been formed in London to establish Steam Packets in every quarter ol the Globe. Tlie harvest was nearly completed throughout the kingdom, and grain so fine in quality was scarcely ever remembered by the oldest farmers. Married in London, the Hon. Stratford Canning, to Eliza Charlotte, eldest (laugh ter of James Alexander, Esq. Kut. and M. ami Domestic Gleanings. I'm 'i«n der* stations, h the event of anv over act of the French in nns quality. ■i. with unabated violence. Recent accounts from Madrid state that 1 son ». Thomas Lawrence .—It is said that i this great artists is gone to Paris for the pur- I pose of painting a whole length portrait of j the King of France. j It is stated in the New-York newspapers, ! that an anonymous gift of a fifty dollar bank bill had been made from Philadelphia, to the author of the small volume entitled "The Orphans, and American Talc." Two Comets it is said are now visible, a bout half past nine. One in the zenith, and anntlier in a S. S. W. direction. The latter ; has a very long and luminous train, anil is I distinctly visible to the naked eye. In the' University of Virginia, lately, sen- ! tence of expulsion was passed upon three oi j the students for disorderly'conduct, by the Faculty and the Board of Visiters. The po- i lice of the institution is to be rigidly enforc- i ' , I i 1 ». Sir ■ ed. An action of slander, in which a lady was Plaintiff, was lately tried in the Superior Court of Buckingham, Virginia. The Jury brought itt a verdict of five thousand dollars, damage s. John Whitman, of East Bridgewater, now in the 91st year of his age, lately dug, with liis own hands, an acre of bushy, rugged land, andplanted.it with potatoes, which promises a good crop. The average number of emigrants who arrived at,the port of Detroit is estimated at 250 per week. 'Fite experiment of raising Tobacco, tried this year by several farmers in Ohio, has succeded beyond their most sanguine ex pectation. (Mount Pleasant) G large quantities wifi be cultivated next year. In Med way Mass, is an establishment which employs 100 women, where Lace is made at dollars that would bear a good compar ison with English lacc dollars. John Conners has been removed from Cœ c.il to Kent county, and will have his trial upon tlie charge of murdering Miss Cun ningham, on the last day of this month. We learn that witnesses in this case have been sent for, who reside in Kentucky. liirth Extraardinaru .—A few days since the wife of Mr. Westland, (Wintonbury Parish) Hartford county, Conn, was deliver The Editor of tlie Jefferson ettc, says that very I hielt sells at five a ,er«d of Three fine girls, who are all alive atidriiealthy. Her youngest child was on 5 ' a' person named Hines, has been sentenc ced in Rhode Island to pay a fine of glOOO, be imprisoned for four years, be placed in a pillory and pay costs »1 prosecution, for with outstretched w ings about seven feet, was lately taken in a steel trap, at Cornish, Vt. The trap was baited with the remains ot a lamb, which had been found in the field partly devoured, no doubt, by that rapacious bird. Jn the state prison of Maryland there are this) males, of which 138 are engaged in the different branches of weaving, warping, 13 in shoemaking 23 in hatting ,25 in yawing marble &c. 1 here are alsb 63 fc ma l C s, 0 f w hom 41 are employed in card lug and spinning, 8 in binding hats, See. The Paris Constitutiohel avers that the f ronc |> cabinet vvere endeavouring to obtain trom the King of Spam a cession ot the Span isb part of St. Domingo; which cession would reduce the independent Haytiens to a very awkward situation. File last mail from New-Orleans brought information of the death of Mrs. Durable, lady of Martin Durable, Esq. and daughter ot Mr. Secretary Clay. Thus has anoth er deep and domestic, affliction been added to those which Mr. C. and his family have recently sustained. Kentucky is loosing her citizens by hun dreds and thousands, that is by removal to the westward faster than she had acquired them from the eastward for some years. It I is supposed that more than a hundred wag } nns ivi:k families have passed through i Frankfort within the last ten days, | Bv a recent sknstis, it appears that the viil lge of Rochester, New-York, has an in créas?» ot nopul ition ct more than one thou j «.wirf, since F-brunry last. It now contains j five thousand two hundred and seventy-one j inh datants. This very rapid increase of t population Is entirely owing to the Erie Ca mil, which passes through it.a'hdliascaus cd tlie business of the place to increase in population. The Island of /.ante contains 35,000 in habitants, among whom are 500 priests, 100 of whom can neither read nor write, j must he the learning *i f the people! The East India Marine Society, of Salem, j (Mass.) r'ive a sumptuous anniversary dinner on the Mtli bist. The President of the U. j States was at the table; and among the invit ed gnes's was the Hon. Timothy Pickering. On Saturday, a public sale took place at j the Tontine Coffee House, New-York, of Eagle Bank, Ncvv-Haven, which were pttr ! chased by one individual at 57 \ cents on the ! dollar, cash. Joseph Lancaster has received a second j letter from General Bolivar, enclosing bill? of exchange for 20,000 dollars, and letters of advice for the Peruvian agents in London, Proposals have been issued by the Srcre tary of the Treasury for lending to the Lfiti ted States the sum of ten million fourhun dred thousand dollars—offers to be made on or before the twenty-first of next month— no proposals for a less sum than ten tliou saml dollars will he received. The National Journal informs that'on the oyth ult. M. T. Williams, Esq. Acting Corn missioner, attended at Cincinnati, to let on contract 24 miles of the Miami Canal, extending from the head of Mill Creek to the outskirts of Cincinnati. On this ncra s jon, so great was the number of Cjompetit 0 rs, that the contracts were taken at a sum from 40,000 to £50,000 below the original estimates, , u the neighborhood of Rio Janeiro, the \ common garden pea has been sown, llower cd and gathered, and the haulms removed, j within the short space of 21 days, i A horrible anil unmanly attempt has been ! made in the city of Caraccas, by Colonel ; l) t: Lima, to assassinate Sir Gusman, tlie editor of the Argos. He lay in wait for his ; victim, and under the cover of the night j wounded him three times in the back with a sabre. The perpetrator was in confine ment, awaiting his trial. The Governorof New-York has appoint ed the 24th of next month as a day of public thanksgiving. The same day is also set a part for a similar purpose in Connecticut and New-Hampshire. Une of the sloops of War, authorized by an act of the last Congress, has been launch - cd from the Navy-Yard at Charlestown, Mass. She is said to be a beautiful vessel, i upon the French model, of about G00 tons, I The last Savannah Republican contains j the returns of votes for Governor from all j the counties in tlie state of Georgia, except ! seven.— Troup's majority over Clark was am What id live dollar notes, *>5000, of the one thou about 1200. The woods of five low grounds on the north side of tlie St. Lawrence, tor the dis tance of 2U miles from Costeau da Lac to the Cascades, were on fire on the 11th inst. Flic liâmes were raging with great vio ; lence, and spreading in every direction, I An lhiglidi paper slates that tlie Protestant King of toe Netherlands has granted an increase ! of salary to 111 Catholic clergymen in the king j dom, who are distinguished by their piety anil good conduct. liis Majesty has also granted i various sums amounting in the whole to nearly i ■'W»« Çm ,\ !? R T/ lir a "' l 1,t , Catl ' I 0 j; 0 c i„ lr ,;lics in different parts ot the kingdom. déclina Dublin paper that the mi [script of Mungo Park's travels in Africa have i been found in the. hands of a negro at Senegal, 1 and purchased by a Frenchman for ,530. The manuscript mentions Park's illness, ami is con tinued down to the day of his death. I forth// of imitation .—In less than 4 years the legislature of the slate of Kentucky, have appro prated more than 103,000 dollars for literary and humane institutions, and for roads. Pins. — The patent right of a machine which, with the assistance ofa boy of 13 years of age, will manufacture 3600 pins in an hour, is offered for sale in Philadelphia. I The Natchez Ariel of the 19th ult. says: _"The city continues healthy, although within the week past a few persons have sickened with the autumnal billious fever, of than is common for a type not more severe the season." «'In our neighbourhood, the cotton crops will be very light; many planters will not make more than one third of a crop." From a Correspondent— St. Marys, Oct 7. _YVe experienced a severe gale of wind here on Sunday morning, 3d instant which did much damage to the wharf and lower part of the town. The sloop Eagle, was blown up in the marsh, and the United States Cutter blown high up ill the woods. No lives lost. Thunder-storm .—Tlie inhabitants of West field Mass, were visited by a severe thun der-storm accompanied with lightning, on Sunday morning last. The lightning struck and set fire to the bairn of Mr. Robert Whitney, which witli about seven tons of hay, and an adjoining store belonging to the same gentleman, were destroyed. Distressing Mortality .—We understand, that a distressed mother at Rocketts had three children suddenly snatched from her, by billions fever, in the most melancholy manner. One was taken sick on Friday last, and died on Saturday. A second was taken sick on Saturday, and died on Sun day : and the third was taken on Sunday, and died on Monday. " Insatiate Archer ! could not once suffice ?"—Thy shaft slew thrice !—Richmond Compiler. We have accounts from Kentucky which state that the two Courts have commenced their opposition sittings at Frankfort. This circumstance is the cause of great perplexi ty to individuals who have cases for hearing. Ône of these courts must be ultimately sus tained; and the decisions of the other will then be rendered null and inoperative. In this case, who is to refund the suitors the money which may have been advanced for no beneficial purpose, and whb can give a recompense for the dreadful state of anxie ty and doubt which must be the nècessary result of the present unsettled aspect of the judiciary system? To j in on I am an Ass. —An. unlettered gentleman stood up to preach in a country meeting house, and in reading the chapter from which he took his text, came to that pas sage, *1 am that I am.' The first part of the sentence'I am,'happened to be at the bottom of the page; unfortunately in turning over the leaves two stuck together, and the first words on the second leal were 'an ass, which lie very innocently repeated, but im mediately perceiving bis mistake, he hast hy separated the leaves and finished tlie first sentence so that the whole ran thus' *1 j am an ass, that I am.' ! Prices of Country Produce. WILMINGTON, OCT. 27, 1825. .$5 $2 75 a 53 25 .$3 50 ! 98 . 95 . 55 . 70 IN MARKET. Eggs, 10 a 12—I.aril, 8 a 10 9 a 12—Potatoes, 50 a GO. __ On Thursday evening, by the Rev. Henry White, Mr. Thomas Hcr.vkin. sen., to Miss Mary M'Cannon, both of the borough of Wilmington. May the bark in which they have em- : barked glide smoothly down the stream of Flou it, superfine, per barrel Middlings. .. Wiu.it, white, per bushel or fiOlbs I)o. do do. red, Guns', per bushel or 571hs.. Du. -Meal, per bushel ■... Butter, 18 » 20 cts Bacon, G a 10—H: im MARRIED, fife. ' ~ lie as ' ~ SVSSIT & BASSETT, Ab. 62, Market-tit., K ESl'ECTVULLY inform their friends and , t he public generally, that they have just re ceived their assortment of WINTER GOODS, consisting of Superfine Blue, Black, Brown, Ol ive and Drab Cloths and Cassimeres; Middling and low priced ditto—Ladies Pelisse and Habit cloths; super coatings for Women's cloaks; su per anil low priced Sutinetts; Red and Green Iiai/es; Red, While, Green, Yellow and Swan skin Flannels; Carolina and Circassian plaids— Tartan plaids anil Camolets for Cloaks; Rose and point Blankets; Lambs' wool, Worsted, Ger mantown and knit Hosiery; Linseys, I ow Lin ens, Russia Sheetings and Tabling*. Together with a general assortment of Calicoes, Romba zets, Bombazines; Norwich, Canton anil.Italian 111k. Floren lic Crapes; Figured Gross de Nap tine, Mantua and Levantine Silk gola, Crape and other shawls, assortment of Waterloo, An Vritli their usual lloiwesWc GooiVa*, All of which they offer at the lowest prices. Wilmington, 10 mo. 27. 5—lump. - ' DRAWING AT HAND. Washington Canal & St. Peter's Church Lottery. dature of ihla By authority of Congress, and Lei ware. IN consequence of the increased popularity and brisk sales of the preceding classes, the Ma nagers have it in their power to state, that the drawing of the following class will certainly take place in JYilmington, as early as 16 th of next month, (November,) Under the superintendence of the following gen tlemen, Commissioners, appointed by the Gov ernor, viz: James Booth, Esq., Dr. A. Naudain, and Andrew Gray, Esq. CAPITALS, $15,000, $10,000. SCHEME. 1 Prize of $15,000 is $15,000 10,000 10,000 8,980 18,000 9,000 1,800 9,300 4,650 14,880 69,750 10,000 - 5.000 - 4,490 » 1.000 - 500 « in' 1 of 2 of of 18 of 18 100 of 18 50 186 23 of' 186 10 of 1488 S of 13,950 $171,360 Whole Ticket $5—Half, $2 50—Quarter 81 25. Packages of 12 tickets certain of drawing $21 25 nett (shares in proportion) with so chances for Capitals, may he had at the follow ing—Whole Packages $60.—Half do. $30.— Quarter do. $15. If preferred, certificates of Packages will be furnished at the following rates:— Whole Package $38 76—Half do. $19 37—Quar ter da. $9 69. Tickets and Shares fof sale attire MANA GER'S OFFICE, No. 23 Market-st., Wilming ton, a few doors below tlie lower Market, where the Cash will be advanced for Prizes as soon as 15,870 Prizes. any of drawn. Prizes in any of tlie Lotteries of Connecticut, New-York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, Virginia, and North-Carolina, will be received in payment. (C/ 1 Orders, enclosing the Cash or Prize Tick ets, as above, free of expense, for Tickets and Shares, will receive prompt attention if address ed to 7. Yates & MTntyre. Wilmington, DeL, or their Agents. ' Octnber 27. 18?& Renewals of Small Prizes Should immediately be made in the - GRAND STATE LOTTERT OF MARYLAND, Which will draw in the City of Baltimore (fj**0n Wednesday ncxt fa £f) The whole in ONE DAY—The following will be the distribution. There are upwards of Twenty Thous and Prizes ! ! ! In large and small sums, as follows: 1 Prize of 530,000 10,000 5.000 1.000 $30,000 10,000 5,000 10,000 5.000 3.000 3.000 2.000 2,000 2,000 80,00Q a prize—All payable in cash. Quarters 2 50 I Eighths To be had in the greatest variety of numbers (odd and even) at COHENS' LOTTERY AND EXCHANGE OFFICE, No. Î14, Market-st., Baltimore, j Where all the Great Capitals were sold in the lsst Grand State Lottery which was drawn on the 27th of July, viz: the $40,000, the 10,000, the 5,000, (die latter in shares) and where ill the into State, and other Lotteries were sold the great Capitals of 5100,000, 3 of 50,000, 5 of 40, 000, 5 of 30,000, 12 of 20,000, 17 of 10,000, 31 of 5000, &c. &c. and where more Capital Prizes have Leen obtained than at any other Office in Amer is 1 do is 1 do is 10 do is 500 10 do is 30 do is 100 60 do 50 is 100 do 20 is 20p do 10 is 400 do 5 is 2,000 do 4 is Not one blank to Tickets 55 Halves $1 25 62 Orders from any part of the United States, or territories, either by mail post paid, or by private conveyance, enclosing tlie cash or prizes in any lotteries, will meet the same prompt and punc tnul attention as if on personal application, ad j dressed to J. I. COHEN, Jr. & BROTHERS, icu. October 27. Baltimore. A good opportunity should not be ne glected. D. CSurgeon and Dentist, At his former stand, No, 6, East High street, Informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of Wilming ton and its vicinity, that he has returned from a short excursion from the Borough, and will wait upon them at their own houses, for the spa^e of a few months, in the line of his profession. He performs every necessary operation on the teeth and gums; removing with care fixed tartar. cleans, separates and polishes teeth without in juring the enamel. Ilis confidence in. his unri valled mode of extracting teeth, is undiminished, and no one can avant confidence, after oncesuh m ;iting tu atrial, lie extracts broken and de cayed teeth, roots and stumps, that have been despaired of, without injury to the gums,-mends, teeth with foil or gold, to be as lasting anduse fifi as sound teeth, without pain in the operation; inserts artificial teeth in a neat and durable man ner; regulates children's teeth, and gives advice on the teeth gratis, if applied to at his room. N. B. He keeps powder for the teeth, wiiich whitens them and is very beneficial to the gums, lie requests those wishing any of his services, to call in the course of the above mentioned time, as he will leave town at the expiration of it. 5—3 mo. He Oct 27th For Sale or Rent. A QTpHAT long established and very i|® 'LL convenient TAVERN and prem raj* ises, in the town of New.Castle Del. situated nearly opposite■ the Court House, and which has been occupied a* a pub lic house for a number of years past, by Major Join* Cuow. Tlie above property has lately been considerably added to, and repaired. It will be sold on reasonable and accommodating terms at private sale, if applied for previous to the third day of November next: otherwise on that day, it will be offered at pulic sale on the Should it not then be sold, it will be the 25th of March 18g »I premises. for rent and possession given next (1826.) There are also two small houses, water, on the same street, like manner. The a situated near tlie which will be offered i hove property will be shown by Major John Crow; and the terms made known by applying to the subscribers. JOHN M. G. EMORY, Easton, Md. JOHN BROWN, Denton, Md. 2—44. October 6, 1825. NEW DRY GOODS STORE. Samuel lias opened a DRY GOODS S TORE, at No. 103 Shipley-strecl four doors above the Upper Market, Wi.uiington. Del. Where may be had, wholesale and retail, an as sortaient of Woollen , Colton, Silk, and Fancy Goods, at the most reduced prices. He flatters himself that his goods will please liis friends and the public, who are respectfully invi ted to call, and see fur themselves. July 21,1825. 43—3 m. CHEAP WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Boot, Shoe and Trunk Stores, J Market Street, JYilmington. T either of the above stands, die public, will at all times find a complete assortment of 's Women's Misses', Boy's, and Children's Leather and Morocco Boots and Shoes. Ladies' Silk, Valencia, Kid, Everlasting and Prunella Slippers, made in the most fashionable rttyle, of the best materials, and by choice work V Men' lUOO pair of Course Shoes, and 500 pair of Lice Boot*, suitable for the country murkel; which will he sold remarkably low. An assortment of Ladies' and Children s East ern made Morocco and Kid Shoes, trom 50 to 90 rents per pair. Orders supplied tlie most liberal terms, iur O'ish nr acceptances. The subscribers have employed who is well acquainted with cutting and fitting ■ hose who are disposed to leave their children V. M*Nctil, & Son. A general assortment ot* Travelling 1 arul person usure; men, women or N. 11. H.tir Trunks. Wilmington, May 19, 1825 34—tf. Dissolution of Copartnership. THE copartnership heretofore existing be tween Mendenhall & Walters, is this day dis* solved by mutual consent. WM. A. MENDENHALL. WM. WALTERS. Saptcrnber 22d, 1825. AH persons indebted to tlie above firm will please make payment to Wm, A. Mendenhall; and those having accounts against it, mt*st pre,. •tent (ÿepito the .same without éefty.