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   Delaware Patriot And American Watchman (Newspaper) - October 31, 1828, Wilmington, Delaware                               safety ttxe Dumber 82 'VUBLISHED ON TUESDAY AND FlUDAY, BY J. F. CLEMENT, Ko. FOU THE AS taken the a1 'he Couur of .Market anil Queqii Streets, Del-wire, "-en-of the Where be wHl be-hftppy friendsaijd other custortieis.; and pi-onuses to provide for then a.-d CD "iluce to their comioit, in tlie most ample ani best 11Pr Th? Stages for Philadelphia, ifover, Biidfre, Nf-wafk, fclktrtn "ill herraf if leave __r ihis ho'ise except tbe lIcAer Stage, which Mondays, and Fri- GIGS, ar] CARRIAGES of the best kind, will, as hure'ofore, he kept for hire. travel in any direction at mo otice. ilrni fiton, March 28, 1S2S "BOORS. Canal Packet Boat, LADY- CLINTON. THE Subscribers tender their respects lathe public, and inform them that have procured and fitted up in handsome style, a Canal Packet Boat, which they -unninjj therensuinjj seas n, to add Irom Delaware City, St. Geuig-es and Summit or Deep Cm, on the Chesapeake and Delawaie Canal the accommodatn.i. of vjsitors and others This boat will run in connec'ion with the Salem" Steam Boa1 Essex- Leaving Summit Hvidgc and Si Oorpes on Monday, Wednesday and mowiings, 'ev'en and eiffljt o'clock, and arrive at (Vy, at 9 o'clock, where passengers can take the Steam Boat in -nediatHj. fur on ThiTMldy after- ooi.s, upon arrival of the Steam Uoat fmm I hiU deJphiar will leave Delaware Cilj, for St and Bridge I'ab'-acje ft own Delaware Ci'yv to Genres from do. to Summi1 LJiidgr, Returnii.fr, same pi ice. b H. wine, w. T. MUU CUm, Si April 16, 1828. s N B The bi-afTvill oe alwavs in readiness to ac date parties, from 9 ..'clock, on Monday Wednesday and IVuav morning, to two o'clock, on Tuesday, Saturday afternoons; and on Sundays will meet aitv Stearrt B at 'hat mav ainveat Delia are Cilv. Real Estate in Delaware, -25 cts .5) lf fa TWO DOLLARS PEK BOTTtE- rtf Scrofula, -----0 H, Syphilitic, Hercuii'il and Ltvi-r Diseases anting ii ititttd constitutions, oi from an impure oj the Blood, 1 F Subscriber Uane inform Ins friends and the ".a. he still continues keep, m L on with his and of and STAT'ONKliY. a splendid assortment of V lam T AT PUBLIC SAIiB. IB subscriber -li ft I'C vt" a ait, z iiiK Heal Hwlreil No. 1. A Plantation on the Main Post r..ij. P1 ila- L A .MII 2 1 t easi of 'lie J1 anv if, wholesale or letail, at T O 1 fiOfi hats made to order at the slionesi and Bellows Manufactory. OtxmGK, x ME I Z, has commented the above busi iusb all i No. 90, South Srcond street, Tiro doursbelw ihe Merchants' C fee _ yhiladelj hia, July lo. BON, t t, rp'd rd ice-, at their k .Vo. 97. .ttarfot sireef, JP2Z- mington, Delaware, A assortment of J300KS TO THE_____ INT consequence ot the t-aurta and practised in reference u, my I am again in- ,1-ccd r. my HOl'lLliS In tu'uir, llie HAN VCEA will be put in round bottles, Hnttd longmitim Hhy. with glass, "-SWAIII s as re.presen ed above than those her-etof'.rr used and but one label, whtr.n covereb the coife. jtn my signaluie on ir, so that the c- rk c ..mot bf ng the signirtire, wiliioi-t wbicl. none is eentine-. I he mcoici..e ma> ennscquenily I" k' -o penuiile when my .s visible; to counterfeit talilch, will punishable as forgery I 'I., inching cUma.d fo. tins enabled my I, ..duce the p, ice ,o 1'U O IS i l-_ _. 1. rf-.f l Jl f- 11 If I 111 Q IS' 9 vnls 8vo. in t, Coromoti I. rajer o Ses Psalms and Hjm.-s. P -cbe. Brnks. calf and morocco Domesnc So. ts Lemons Coltimbw- Ora or dtrsand Intiodnc.ions. Testamen s bpcinr apl ies f all Kinds Antl is-, C( arh House ai-d St.ibie, w th" other and cor.vei inc' s The above farm of 3 in" wTS farrrs, having ample improvements for both, and hat pn-p w. No. 2. A tract of Land about six miles Ir- b dm >v l..'dsoi S, _____Aid.-d and O.vd con'ainm 29 perches; 21 acres 60 pe cues whereof in the residue cleaned land. No. 3. A lot of Meadow, called Sand Ron Mt-adou, ho-t.-lid o in Henr> Lat.mer, and the Mars-i aining No. 4 5. A lot of Meadow m Cherry Island dmdrd mm l-ts b> -oaji o. H.roiieh i' bv marsh of John Almftnd. Hen.j t.mer. the' R..i3 li.ver Delaware -r one I... C ntain'n 7 and the orht. 3 ac'es No.' 6. A lot of Meadow in do. bound- e 1 >iv t M.r-n It ad, maisl.ut J-mn U'ridin, Icy and Island Creek, c -n 6 tcie> In th" of H'l'nu >zton No. 7. A lot corner of High and Wal- dr. 113i--> a niche-on uitfli tf 8 n cheson Walnut I'" f'nll'e divided 6 bn Wing lo-s one of 18 feet t vo inches F.o- t ,n Higb street and c me- of Wal< ut street, and a othm d TuoVame S.ahlrserected th  jhe tLStin on> nlhose who have ttsed MAHTIS .incaster. ageil 50 lonnf iVre a aoU ititcbes u Irj sides and breast, "pitting iiiirhf and hectic fr.w, rfitich emaciated and liisliredtf'.piaeedof, cured by using Jbou .UtepOiaiiexears awl remains-well a. to ..I his breast r April 7th, loJo, Samuel Dennk, ofatmBburg .wnship, Martin ftraymer, agtd 41 yea.s, of Conestoga township, a long ume exceeding Isaac, Bioom, aged oi the CUV of LancsKter-flliped by using three Ulaiicbard, 50 years, Donegal .ownsh.p.-curedby using 2 dirisiiai. Mess, aged 42 yeais.of Man- nor using 5 bottleb, It.chard John- son, aged 38 VVillhelm, aired 44 years ot )tlie CU> of Lancaster, G D Lowe, tf the of Barr, ageo 40 years, of Strasbuifr Kal.lei-, aged oi n, Man.'or towuship. Each of the above named peisons Ub-uii under violent coughs, pains and stiiches the a.xl breast, for a lo-g time and expectorauon oi ehme and mitiei from thelnngs, Hectic Feversand night a- eats, fcc Ln. and were cured in a short -ime by us.ng a h-w Indian Specific Severally sworn or af. irmed and subscribed to in 1826 I4i have I hereunto affixed my hand and beai ihisSfiib d.y January, the city ofLan- he most ni.q aniu-a o, chancier which pen, though dipped m gall, concern.ng this valuable medicine '..ch Jiave been so diligeml> circuUie.! by certain 1 luvetheirorign. erthei-iiiENVy, the miscniev- of' he bPURlOUS 1MI1 AI IONS Tue opn.tor pledge, hunsel. to the Public, and gives them solemn assurances that med.cmr con- n i anj otr.er deleter.o .s d.iigf P, bhc are cautioned not to pnrclwse my Panacea eJptlrom mseH, my accred.ted age.ts, or pewoun and all will co. subtly iihaut excuse, shall 115 1828 Lll 11 W T j ,t dfier it had been ijitmdured. FROM WILLIAM DUAt-'E, ESQ One of the .Mermen of the City of Philadelphia ot a mecl cal compos-lion called frequent. 3emg President of Mi j ear 1820, of the a lbh ISEALI R A i C. FrccmArt, of the city ot Lancaster, respectjully nforrns the public, tlfit sfnce the inirnduction ot his medi- cine to the Citizens of the Umted States, the last past, 287 depositons have been taken before tfte proper anthont.es m the city of Lancaster L.eLt proponion before the late John Hoff, Csn. and be- fore Samuel Carpenter, Esq. for many the citv of I ncaster, a great number before Samue. Dale, t-sq. an'alderman for the city of Lancaster, and now a judge of the Court of common Pleas of the coiintj of also a number ha, been taken before A'athamd Liffhtner, as late as 1826, and Mayor of the ciU of Lancaster, hat his Sfxajtc has prorcd eminentfcv uMtii} "all t. who l.ave used n and followed his bill of directions by KiviBji.i a fair trial, is made abundantly mamtest bv tUe nume ou, taken ot cures really peitor. med, m desperate cases where the lives of the have been despaired of, together with tbe inofeMing de- mand for n, having bv his agents and himself sold from Z xo and 60JO bottles in one year, are 'he oestj-critenon for ttie public tw judge of its extraordinary elFicacy and The above raedicinecan always be had of hisagents, or of the propiv-tor, at his medicinal shop, South Queen s reei in Hie city of Lancaster. He begs to impressumi tbe. public, that noneare genuine withom his signature abase compo-.it.on lias oeen attempted to be imposed m. the pub- lie bv a c'.uiitcrhf'u imitation of his valuable medicine. Freeman't Coatf by JOHN WHITE, 11U, Market stieet, Wilmington, Del., where may S a', fe b I A KC1 wi.ith 264 feet liereon, hncfc cojch H i------ saw KH.IUII iu 3o-trs and did j but i K lot on (VontinS half .ores, con. c m v II..JMU t. ,n." that as they were aua u f linnUl hi lot 8 20 1827 J. BI V K BOOK, bi Vr, t' ch were SCOTT lias just r. ct ve, -is Hook a'icl Bat S'ore, No. 93. Mai'ket-st an assoitment "f Violins and Viol.n String's, toge'her with an assortment of MUSIC adapted to the ab.-ve instruments, he will dispose oFW leHSOimble terms July 29 lH N B Ordemfttraoy kind of Musical Instruments sup- plied at-ab'-ut three days ul SE. Have rrccn'lv led 'o thf.r Circulat.ng L.brarv, tht- fp 'on E works Arable .TtheVurchase.'. 22 feet se.en ai.d an Half t'Oi t on Market 'V.wsion'w.11 heaven on 25. h of March nex. of ad thn, _... ahmenr peiu n- rented u, thai i hoap and Candle Mannia. tory. Subsc.nber lakes this onpurtumty to .nf-rm the t wine1' I understood that they Wic he co..unties the ah ve t.iiMiiess in it3 "j .1, -n -..l L' no, P..t ihe case, and notmicl a unman. case, a did so, thai of a o.nau horrible, and cond.'ion was wished i senies 30 puic iH e cn branches, at the aand, corner of Tati.all a-cl ft.ieen Sireeis, war the Meeting ffouu, where Manufacture anrl furnish, a  tu I i-e'x O c' -h" Co Oc- lit Company, NCOHI'OIUI EO b) Directorasrc "0V. rfrnv -r-c app' their Officf, No 21. S1 T r r s New Cattle. Delaware, Oc< luih, 1828 IE receive u..H the lOtti  other C.ICI.IT...... j ...___________. ilLUA-: DtAJrt. W GI R N- __ 111 of ins-i-arce rr a m tht CIMCI f Phius.c. i1 a cured by P er rcnv.lt I- f ST _ f, i> t r -.wr-a" n-of t-o be r si d r. ToptPH nh r-Ti" !r' COrn.t''Tla li i ui i. r p _____ ,.r... Ri C. D BTTITT April 10, 1326. c! Rt RoSe- P'u'cr WM. SEAL, P: in A ATITT, V. D n'v 3f M. JOHN T M nt 01 r'--, -.cfhe" r'--. --CT her r oVr.ck, A M I i )ntOAVD Mt 43 October 6, 1328. V of DMa-. a-r, rra'U EWSPAPKKI   

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