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STATESMAN AND BLUE HEN'S CHICKEN.
1-ubllxhrd Xeml-Weehly at SH.OO and Weekly at *3,0« per annum, by Henry Bekel. fc I «, at the Mammoth Steam Printing Ettab lUbmenl. South-east corner Filth and Market streets
NO. 70.
WTLMINGTON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. IS57.
VOL. XXY.
LYON'S
PATENT COPPER LIGHTNING GONDUGTOR.
Will not Rust-—GOO per cent, bettor than Iron.
DOUBLE SUBFACE, SPIRAL FORM, RIVETED CONNECTIONS.
MANUFACTURED AND PUT UP BY
w. J. & H. F, MORROW,
At the North West corner of Fourth and King Streets,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
myl9-3m
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods Store
No. 49 Market Street, opposite Lower Market House,
W11,All NOTON, HE LAWAItE.
imuiiiiy to my v >ry I arg • aud cheap stock
New I irk aud Philadelphia Markets. My
nud the buying
t»i mado dally I
RESPECTFULLY Rik tho attouUnii of my
to which additions <
I
GOODS,
stock constats tu part
I,;iilicN Dreg« Liood«.
« and Fancy Bilk», Dncatu,Satin Luxor. Oliallle, Bange dal,
red lirülhiUtM. l'lstli aud Doited Swiss (Vinbrlo Jaoonats.-,
, ......r, ». .. . ..awls. Mantillas, Kuil.iold.alux. Gloves, Uoxiory sud TilmuilugH.
Men and Hoy« Wear.
Cloths Ossslmsra» and Vesting*. Kentucky .trau» to Pluto aud l'lalds. Plain and Fancy Linen prills, Cottunedes, ie.
Muslins. LIuuiik I.timu Woven shirt Fronts, vety elie«p.
DUper, Craxh nnd ottirv Tuweliags, llundtairehlefii, Umbrtdlas and rarnsols.
JAS. A. SANDERS,
No. 49 Market Street, opposite Lower Market House,
Wilmington, Del.
Very heavy and hl«h I.ustio, Black Pill s
■Tolles, Lewa», Nljhtengale», Itnrepes.Wlilir« and '
Mali end Nainsook
hheoUug end tUiiitlns
Cotton eud Linen Ti
II
~ CHEAP CASH WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERY, TEA, WINE, L1UU0R,
AND PROVISION STORE,
S. E. oorner Seventh and Market Streets, Wilmington, Del.
mïlSJaubrcriberx roopoclfully lnfm
l oxuonso In fitting up tholr store
atock of frexb and pre»m vod FRUITS
good and frosti UroioriOT. Teas, Minos. L!qU"r*
id Ka»t India MolaH».-; brown and r«fo
Cberries, t'ruuex. Dates and Nut« •
would do Wfdl to call and examiné
imp« to merit a libeal share of patronage
tboy har« gone to
of showing to nur numerous L ieuda
. a largo und well xelected
■ut wllb a lniye v iodow for the purqn
.1 F. 1.1.11 a. Iiotb Foriign aud Doiuostic.
fh.dr fri«
; ronststtug iu put of Pt«am
Porelgu amt D iim sCr Fruila.sinb
very lowest
t> 1 >
î* Drlüd'llsef, Wsh Salt, Olla.
si out kinds, all,uf
■trlvln* million In
/.A I.OK T. Sl'KA KMAN,
JONATHAN GORDON.
aa Poa'che*, Apple*,
rhankful for pa»t favors,
iT-VÄ,... and HqnoiH hnlng Mle.-led with « groat deal of
GEORGE ELLIOTT,
«». 97 Market St., above Third, Wilmington, Del.,
IMPORTS» AND JOBBER IN
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, s: . •,
riAMAN, FRBNC1I, BNOL1SH AND AMERICAN
», purchasers may voir on their being entirely
SPKAKMAN k (JORDON.
Increnxed Ikdlltlex for -
ciiso—impox
■ubacrlbor would respectfully »all th.» «»Untbrn of ht» patrons and the publie to h
(alnlng the flueat good» tn hlx linn <llre»t from Kumpe—throttuh tbe«geu»v of Jobber«
may tie the effort ofothorxto approach ••our Imp .xaibU tiex,' w« »n. r»»olved that u<
n any pnrUcuUr, determtnod that wo will give foil xntiatactlou to alt, which lx not—
•tble. Reipectfully then wo axk your attautlon to
Wm. Dixon's Celebrated London Watches.
b«*t Watch In
be manufacturer. a(h
The»« accurate Time Koeper*, supported l y the British Adii|lralty, atnml
WatcF 1» accompanied by a genuin« certificat« from tbe uiauulacturer,
atiifaction of the purchaser,' or tlio Watch Who ml unit'd tlirough tbe agout
Genuine JOSEPH JOHNSON, Liverpool Watches
time to the
_ » very celebrate* Watcbax direct from
It. F. Cowderoy, London, T. K. Conner, l.omlon,
:iro. 4t John Bold, Liverpool John Bold, Sr., hiver pool,
Henry Taylor " , :AG Jenels,
Junic-« Graham " •***?' A.®dlmry A Co.,
CJeorge Chadwick, Worthamp- John Houghton "
*V y murk, London.
Watclios «fall the above celebrated^ maker«,
Ilohlnson, Liverpool,
We have the Chronometer», Duplex, and 1
»f.ylo». We al»o case to order and have eu;r«> I on the «axe» a
aok We would ah» reipectfully nxVt the attention of the Lmll«» tn
I'midi h i t«i SivIhx WatclieN,
is all made uf Die pmoxt xtlvor. A large stock of all tho varloux style» constantly
, Cauiuo, Jut and plain gold,
additional
, without
fllLVERW ARB.—Our Silver
u baud. We also make to order at the Shortest mille«, any article that
We also keep a very large «lock of fin« J F.WKL ltV, con xlwtlng of Coral,
vie aud suited to all
PLATED WARE.—Tea »«Its, Castor», Trays, t alt
French Marble Clocks, Parlau Marble Kicui
are always pleiixed to »how our good« to
r.KkelK, (L'bleis, Cups, Fruit Stands, ke.
Fine Pocket Cutlery, Faucy Toilet Box«». Ac.
GEORGE ELLIOTT,
Fourth, Wtluitugtou,
». «7 Market Struct, between Third
Ï
CLOCKS, WATCHES,
FINE. JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
& BENJAMIN S. CLARK, ?
I« NO. 113 MARKET STREET, ABOVE FOURTH, | jjg
At the old established Store,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
/TGNTINuSt.i keep on hand hlx usual varb ly ..f Finn Gold and Silver luver, lupine. English
Cfrom theme»t celebrated make.« of Bu,. p • Warranted In awry eaa« I« be what they
and
113
Wall'll««
xcuted at the
H
Silverware elthor richly figured or pl.iln, on hand and iurnUbed to order.
iHfelry c?ir. fuHy reunlred, and all work warranted to irive salixficllon.
. ' BENJAMIN S. CLARK. No. US Maiket Hlro-t. ulxiv« Fourth.
4c.
aud
«^-Clocks, Watch.'*, Music Box«« ?
CLOCKS, WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, &<J.
c. F. RUDOLPH,
u'pted by Alexander Fatter
;en, refitted nud refurnished the Store lately
NO. 63 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL., ~~
INTEND.-* KEEPING -ALWAYS ON HAND AN ASSORTMENT OF
GOLD AND SILVER FRENCH, ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
CLOCKS FOR PARLOR OR OFFICE USE,
EH'LLISII, FRENCH, (»CR9U1V & AMERICAN FAA'CT GOODS.
CHAINS of «very variety, Gold, silver aud Ploel Hnccta.-le», together with ?t fine assortment of
y, comprising Cameo Mexitl.', Coral, Jet and plain irold of all styles and price»,
ks Watobe» and Jewelry promptly nud carefully repaired, aud wnrrautod to give entlrn vatlxfactlon.
Having tak
K
W
V
C3r « TO
T. S. HAMMiTT'S,
No. 112 MARKET STREI T, BELOW FIFTH, TÜ g
I
m
a
WHOLESALE AND
STOVES, TIN,
AND SHEET-IRON WARE! ir~
==LU
Cooking Stove c.iu be bought l?? »lit« city,
It having a deop fire bed, wilt keep fire longer,
toy stove. Famtllos about to purchase will please call end look at tho
price upou the William Penn, with tho view t.f placlug It withiu reach id every
other Cooking .Stovo. Constantly iu store tho largest assortment
tJ
to
nved William IV
mills Is the only establishment where the great i.
JL This Btovs Is decidedly tho beat Large Oven J"
require less attention than any
am Penn. I have now fixod a 1«
ally. This Btove we guarantee to be superior b>
approved patterns ofStoVos adapted for either wood
A T.Y. KINDS OF TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
rnudo by the bent workmen, and th?*lr orders promptly at
Uoii airy Merchants will
JAPANED WARE AND PLAIN AND FANCY HARDWARE.
os Kultes and Forks, Knives without Fork», Pocket Knives, Carvur*. Bread, Butcher and !raw Knives
Kasors and »traps, Scissors, Basting, Tea and Table Spoons, Oolfoo Mills, Sad Irons, Hatchets, Axes, Hamm
aud Tea Scale», Brass and Bell Meta Kettles, Knemole l Ware», Clock» and Time Piece*.
BRITANNIA WARE. „
Lamp», Spit Boxe», Candlestick», Water Ditcher» and Cooler», Drinking Mugs, Toilet But», Castor», Ac.
PLATED GOODS. .
and Table Fork», Soup aud Oyster I-ndlex, Butter Knives, Ac —
, riment of all khids of Housekeepers Good» at price» which
, Cast Steel
, Counter
Tea Bets, Ladle
Such a* Table and Desert Bpoens, Tea 8poo
Fainlllex patrouialng this »tore wilt always
nantit fall to »ult the purcbatiorB.
c Roofing dr
HAYDOCK & FIDLER'S
WATCH AND JEWELRY EMPORIUM,j
, a few doors below Market, Philadelphia.
,o ?.r the citizen* «f Wilmington in particular,, and^the people of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SILVER, PLAIBD AND
•k, combining «» it does a» large and uiaguifl
and of most recent stylo« aud
ri
Ho. 12 South Second Street
mHK undersigned respectfully call» the v
L ware Iu Keueral, to our magnificent a xortm. nt
BRITANNIA WARES, CUTLERY AND FANCY GOODS, 4r.
cent an assortment of good« ax any slmila? ostabllxhmeutin the
aj&asreJiKS »âkïïïïvS ä ssrÄVi »—• was
?1 w.Vi ar nualitv Plat?, lau, conto; Patent, 18 % cuuto; Luuett 2'. cent». Oilier article« in
$Än are told for . Äfiy on hand a full assortment of
FINE GOLD JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
well a. a tn« assortment of GOLD WATCHES, fur Ladles or Gentlemen, from the m..st celebrated manufacturers.
ttt' Particular attention given to REPAIRING nil kind« of Time Keepers and Jewulry.
. 13 South Second Street, a few doors below Market Street, Philadelphia
, 1» entirely
BDKN HAYDOCK.
JAMES B. FIDLER,
gy-Hoionle work made
WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE
ZIBA FERRIS & SON
Corner of Fourth and Market Streets,
W1LMINOTON, DELAWARE,
RECEIVING, THE VERY
flatte.- tli Jiiisalvi x, without
H ate on hand, and are constantly
quality of articles In their Rue jf bu»lue»»,
as ImeoMtblRUes, that tbetr stock, a» well a* the work emr Jsled to their care, w
pare favorably with that of auy oti.er »tore In the couutrv Purchasing for Cash, we are
enabled to sell at the very lowest rate», and every artlcfo warranted exactly a» repre
•anted. Our stock of
ENGLISH WATCHES
MAWOrACTOHS;
Skwiix, Josh. Broufiümi,
Jackson'« Railway Time Keeper*,
F. CowuiaoT, Riobaed Willi», a Chabmiu
8tsvu>son's Chronometer»,
Dcplbx and Lav am Watohim,
Wb Ctorea » Daplex Watche*, I John Tki.bubt, Liverpool,
. j. Toblai 4 Oo.'s Celebrated Liverpool Ju»h. Johmox'o, (made expressly for u»,)
Also, »election» from the finest French and Swiss Maker».
Engineers, Conductors, and Business Men,
Tutp.- Keeper, am ioqii«xl«d tu call aud «xamlno our Willi« 4 Sibvbnson W
have the exclusive «ale, and «f which flrM ratu reference will be fives. .
SILVERWARE.—Having the largest and best assorted »took iu tho State, we aro prepared to furnish Fork», Desert and
lee Cream Spoons, FUh and I'le Knives, etc., or th« latest pattern, aud warranted equal to coin In purity.
PI ATBDWARE—Of all deecriptlun», fur Steamboat«, lluttls, Hoarding School*, 4c. Also, a fine assortment or rarian
I teure», Fancy Clock», Jewelry of all description«, Diauiuud aud Pearl King* aud Breast Pin», Gold Cbatelalne
- !d Veettfaaln* Tea Hell«, Napkin Ring*, (Juld aud Silver Spectacles,-v„
;xK OFFICERS AND CLKKKB will flud It Iu Iholr advantage to call aud examine our very large slock of Gold
u'l^FATCH»8 0 AND OLOCKb! carefully repaired t.y expert, uivd woikmen, aud guxria'ute^i to perform well.
FERRIS 4 SUN, Corner Fourth and Market Utree
, of which w*
Wtohlog Coxucr
A Card.
JOHN G. JACKSON,
ANUFAOTUKKK of Wood-burned BUILDING MJ
quality, for the »unply of Now Ca«tU
luuty, and part» ailiaceut. Vrexh Lime «Tory Id hour».
Aildrexx Box 'Ant, WUiulmrtou I*. O., Delaware
Mi
Cedar Coopering.
GEORGE WITSIL,
No. 2T W. Front street, between Grunt'
anti Tat null, Wilmington, Del.,
R ESPECTFULLY inform« blx frl«udx and tbe
that be still continue* tbe abovu l.unlue«* iu
ha* used the Galvanlxed Iron In
publie
Tarions brauche».
his business for two years with great success,
manufactured by him lx bouuil with It, and warranted
not to rust. All Churu-lrouK galvanUud Inside and out,
Bath Tubs, Tanks and Cisterns,
of all sties, manufactured to order at tbe shortest notice
requests alt persons lu want of a good article to give him
• call. tau !H-*w«wtf
SAMUEL MARSHALL,
DENTIST,
No. 191 Market St, above Seventh,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
è!27
DENTISTRY.
W ILLIAM L. RUDOLPH would r.-spoctruUy^GS
Inform tils friends and tbo public generally PU! EB
that bo »till rontluuos tbo practice of Dontlxtry et N« »0
Market »tnwt. uoxt door above tho Paraît*!'« Unuk. All
warranted to bIvu fuiUafnciloii.
léotta at tho unproredonted low price of $28.
ut pain by tbo uxo of ether.
KICHABD P. SHEEWOOD,
EUROPEAN HOTEL,
Corner Fayette and Harrison Streets,
BALTIMORE.
Spring Medioines.
rUBRANTH HBLTZblt APIR1RNT,
A' Kitin' Fluid Magncfl.i, Kills' Solution of Citrate of Mag
ta, Kill.' Ginger Powder»,
Compound Syrups of Snraaparllla nud Rbubnrh,
II uxbaud'x Ca'.i lned Magnesia. Rochelle Salt»,
MaKUexLi, Sulplmr and Cream of Tartar,
lthuburl) aud Jalap, Ëeldlitx aud Soda Powder«,
and for sale by
' A. JOHNSON,
No. 195 Market Street.
Mosaurro bites.
A N antidote for tbo potaon of Moxqultoex,
Ac., box been fouud Iu BURNhTT'S
by Joskkh Ui'KMttrr A Co..
ration contains a peculiar pr.,porty. which, upon b,Ing
tnorougbly rubbed Into tho bitex and atlnga of Inaacta, in
jelO-fiui
», VTaapx,
HENRY BUZBY,
DKALBI I
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS,
No. 94 Market St., below 4th,
WILMINGTON, DEL,
-
Attention Ladies.
J'
gale», While and colored Brilliant». **
axxortment r.f Sbawls.
the
' N ha U d
JAMES A SANDERS,
49 Market bt., oppoxtte the lower Marital
W I lui i nu tun,
*"n
THOMAS SHERWIN,
ENGRAVER
No. 70 8hipley St., above Third,
SECOND STORY ROOM.
Landreth's Warranted
New Crop Turnip Seed. 1857.
V A K I ET 11.8.
, Karl y Dutch IVliite Flat, (Strap
Purple Top, («trap leaved,) Large
Norfolk, Yellow Scotch or
:
I Hi.
-d.)
Wtilte Globe, Largo
Aberdeen, Date» Hybrid, Golden
ta ltaga, White Kuta Uaga and Prusxiau.
—Canary, llemp, Millet, Rap«, Maw. Lettuce
and nnbuU-U Rice.
Timothy
O.UUU m 3 Hood Depot,
». 10.1 Market Street, 2d door above 4th,
we«t aide, Wilmington,
jyto
JUST OPENED,
A NEW BRASS FOUNDRY.
Messrs. R1FFERT & HIRZEL
FOUNDRY, first door )*■
>'s Whcel-Wrlght Shop,
H low John C. Twt-oil
No. 15 WEST STREET,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
kinds of
a
CASTING!?
4c. They will give
tiuxiue»», and all ord«rs will bo filled
*#- Brass (fasting» only arc made at this eetublUhmeut,
aud at auy hour of the day
attention entlroly to
R1PFKRT A I11R/.KL,
J«"-' • ••
GEORGE CHURNSIDE
AGRICULTURAL
DEALER
MANUFACUKF.il
.'D HUllTlCULTUHAL IMPLEMENTS, 8EKD8,Ac.,
No. 16 MARKET ST., WILMINGTON, DEL.,
HERE he manufactures Moore'* Patent r ugh», of all
; Cultivators, Horse Rakes, Ac. Als?., >apx eon
hand a good assortment of all kind* of Impie
" nuy's Reapers aud
. He will also keep
W
jd t.y Agriculturalist». Ma
Mowsrs, aud Uuckwalter's Hand ltnkus
8cytb«s, ground aud hung roady *
Atkin'* Automaton, or Selt-Raktiig Reaper.
N. U—All order* for Implements aud Seed» promptly ah
"utdod D>. Iu 12-wly
Prof. DE GRATH'S
ORIGINAL ELECTRIC OIL.
arust discovery U now cresting a great sensation
ug tl.« M. ilic.il Faculties uf Eur«|.u and this
following (not everythlug) :
-WARRANTED '
Curu Fuver aud Ague In one dny ;
Chills In five minute*;
I
. It will
Cure Croup In
Cure Deal'ues* In two to four days;
Hums and Scalds iu ton minutes ;
Curo Sprains, Wouudx aud Bruises,
Cure Inflammation iu
Curo Noui-ftlgia, Croup,
minute»;
Curo Hemorrhaxo. Scrofula, Abscess, in ten days :
, Iu ono to three days;
day;
day:
», and Bum*, In
Cure Bruises, Wounds,
Cure E?r Ache, Stilt Neck,
Cure Qainsy, Palpitation, Pleurisy, lu o
Cure Asthma, l'aisey, Gout, Erysipelas,
tJ Cuw Frosted Feet, Chilblains, Stiff Joint*. Chronic Rheu
matism, Sore Throat, flculil Fever, aud tbe lame made
to walk, by a few bottles.
Tills Oil (De Grath's) is mild aud pleasant,
•eat F?imlly Medicine for children teething, ic.
It always leave* you better
bottle otteu cures entirely.
t: in.

than it finds you, i
CURED
AFFLICTED THIRTEEN YEARS,
Read lutter from R«v. Jam. a Temple : ^ ^
Pref. Du Guam : I have been »filleted for thirteen yuarx
with Nx.'iwlgla and other p- ii.lul .-omplatnt», aud 1 have
. »I««p soundly or w«Ik^ auy distance '
thnt night I slept Bouudly And well.
Philadelphia
W"!
the physician»
Uratufrilly
REV. JAMES TEMPLE,
310 South street.
310 South street.
DEAFNESS CURED.
New HtvKx, May . u«,
Prof. I>B Ona-iH : My brother ha» been deaf three years.
After trying many thing*, ha used your Uil a few time.x,
and it cured him entirely.
CLIFFORD R. SCRANTON.
juired. The publlr
Caution —
utatlun that my article has
"»> : ' K f " " ;i " U.&U K.H8EV,
jel'J-Sm
TAKE NOTICE.
A 1
WM. W. BENNETT'S
FLOUR AND FEED STORE,
Ku. 1« Haul Second Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
Where ho Intend* to keep con stoutly
ffffi t,. g»!«, the very best qualities of K
aînSe Extr aftmiVy Flour,Vwootllas 4 Sou's Family
Gentosee utra rau.i y • NolUugham Mills 8u
Rochester Superfine
our Marshal Yeatmau x
Clay Creek Mill« Superfine
- Dyspepsia Flour, for family use,
m Rye Flour. Also,"at Meal,While
sud Yellow Corn Meal s Gals aud
Cum, ground and iu the gralu ;
Mill Feed of ail klud*, at Brandywiue Mil prices.
na-All tho above uamed arlich-x will bo told ?«t wbole
aud delivered In auy part of tbo city free of
BKNNEn ,
STARCH, WHEAT
S ofa Uukiug l'uwder, at
K 4 SUN S, 103 Market Bt.
dry Flour,
DICE FLOUR, FARINA
IV en aud Corn Grit»
X G. CHANDI
AKERS who want a good article of .
be supplied by G. CHANDLER^
li
ivl'CALH CIIAI.l 1E8, BK1LL1ANTEB.—J ua topyned a
1) HENRY BUZHVS, beauitftil
Brilllauiex. tom.«, Ginghams, Call««.»,
ket Street, below 4th, Wlimiugtou, Del.
rule, OballicH
I
,
f,
«piïife
*
&
Has boon before the public more than 20 year«,
und is deservedly popular iu the cure of
Spavins, Sweeney, lUngl
Evil, Callous, Cracked Heels, Gall ef all kinds,
Fresh Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, Fistula, Sit
fast, Sand Cracks, Strains, Lameness, Found
Feet, Scratches or Grease, Mungo, Foot
Rot in Sheep, Garget in Cows, Klicmnatixm.
Bites of Animals, External Poisons, Painful
Nervous Aliénions, Frost Biles, Boils,
Whitlows, Bums and Scalds, C'liilibluidt,
Chapped Hands, Cramps, (.'untruelions of the
Muscles, Swellings, Weakness it the Joint«,
Caked Breasts, Sore Nipplea, Piles, Ac.
Pamphlets gratuitously furnished by
agents, with Testimonials of its utility.
All orders addressed to tho Proprietors, M. H.
Tucker Sc Co., Loekport, N. Y.
, Windgalls, Pole
of tire originator is in
the cork, and these
blown In the glass of the bottle: "G.
None other
Bo sure that the nt
hand-writing ov
W. Msbcuant, Loekport, N. V,
be genuine.
gfrj y For sale by Druggists and Merchant«
generally, through the United étalés, British
Possessions, and other Countries. Aud b j
WnSiluriouiTn. B«bert[ , ChriiS?na| U ^
, N'ow.irb, Del.; and by DrugglBta
erat I v throuxhout tho country. Sold
Mercbxntx g»n
Wboboxl,. by Medl
rnletK in N»w York, Philadelphia, Baltimore aud all
AUCTIONEERING NOTICE.
i
01,1) AUCTION MART
No. 7 East Fourth Street,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE,
lb« AUCTION
MISSION* BUS* N {ST
xollillg of
Real Estate & Personal Property,
mbxcrtbvr
xjtlMliii'tb.a ti
bexi endeavor» to giro en
..r him with their
*a i ni i dt pr 'J pe in *tiu not —
ali» ol Furniture, Wodnoxdav and Saturday morn
*"n U I ill tl t t | UA I V1 | ,P 1 ' ^NICHOLS.
, Tuesday, Friday
Locust Mountain Coal. 1
ablcli gave xuch genvral
CHARLES WARNER.
33UY YOTJn
PATENT MEDICINES
K.insoy'8 !
HI.) Is at IheU.rU-f FT Urth
Jy 17
*+- V
KINSEY'S
Market Slreotx, Wilmlugton,
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
i. hold» quite a prominent punition In
siirpi Ixed do sue the quaptity
Our aUHvrer 1 h.'" quick «al
would «»y to nil who w»nt auy
. RulioviuK
a living':
htud of uiatorlal,) 1 can sell them a« cheap.
, the pince where all this Is done, lx at
No. 1 W «'Nt Second .Street,
BIRN1I
jyi
NEW Brink AM) STATIONERY STORE.
CHEESEMAN & JONES,
Have ju»t opened at their
New Store, No. 157 Market St.,
A LARGE assortment of Bibles, Frayer aud Hymn
Book«, in all styles of Biudlug. A collection of fine
Library copie« of valuable Slaudsrd Works, iu various
brauche«, and general uiibCelfaneoux Llteiatur«, including
many of recent publication,^aml a^ variety oMltus^ratoJ
Book» of every
Statiouery and Fancy
/check, Nc'.te and Draft Book*,
CHEK8EMAN 4 JONES' NEW STORK,
No. 11-7 Market street, Wilmington,
. B.— Ras» bought
CIRCULAR
H. R. & W. BRINGHURST.
MtKNCII TRUSSES.—
Freuet? Tiusses of the most délicat« patten.-,
ordinary Truxs, at from 76 ceut» to $6, ail uf which
and guarantee 2 or 3 patterns of them to
that tt Is iuipoirible for othui»
P
fit to the pcruorn
. BRINGHURST, 103 Marke? Bt.
SUPPORTERS.—!7 .
. BltlNUHURSrS Drug Store.
FAMILY MEDICINES.—W
SHOULDER BRACKS
' l JAYNE'S
ftfcdl
at tbe lowest tgure.
. BRINGHURST.
THERMOMETERS—Various Styles, at from 37 cents to
the liuest article.
. BRINGHURST, 103 Market xt.
IJair Brushes,
......„ah aud Bath Ihushe.«; Bay Rum,
offer at the lowestjirlces^
FOR THE TOILET.—We have all
Combs, Tooth, N
r. BRINGHURST.
Jayne'*, Harrlsuu's,
LIQUID
IUusoU's, Water's, Batchelor s, aud various other», at
duced prices, by H. li. A W. BRINGHURST,
•• . 103 Market street.
fur modi
WINES AND LIQUORS—Select- d
purpose», by H. R. 4 W. BRINGHURST.
IBRARD'S WILD CHERRY RITTERS.—Price ru
4 W. BRINGHURST.
OINTMENT—
4 W. UKI NO HURST, 103 Market xt.
WILD CHERRY.—'There are
iced by
HOLLOW AY'S P1L
WISTARS BALSAM
y counterfeits of thi» article,
geuulue (1 Butts.y.f^
A'. BRINGHURST, Druggist*,
No. 193 Ma.ketitriet.
Jefl
No. 193 Ma.ketitriet.
Jefl
D. CHANDLER,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Market Street,
hi* new Stock of Spring and
' examine hi* good» before
who flud any difficulty^li? having
J J AS just rocelved
chasing elsewhere.
*ÿ*Gent
lothe* nit ■
Circular of H. R. & W. Bringhurst,
No. 103 Market Street.
TtRANGIPANNI— 1 Thu BUrotl Perfume, from Iks Holy
I' City, fur salu by H. R. & W. Bringhurst, lt>3 Market st.
BLAKE'S AROMATIC BITTERS, fur^Dyspepsia^from
AROMATIC VINEGAR, à delightful article for the toilet,
TOOTH*
, f. r sale cheap. II. It.
INE TOOTH COMBS,
VENITIAN*SPONGE? lu Urge pieces,
A W. Bringhurst'». 103 Market
FRENCH POMATUMS i f superior quality, for dre.-dug
>'. Bringhurst, 103 Market st.
. Brinxkurst.
103 Market streut.
lor bathing,
tb.. Hair.
HOOFLAND'd B1TTKR8,
4 W. Briughurtt'*. 103 Market streut.
AYER'» CHERRY PECTORAL A
cheap st H. K. 4 \V. Bilngburst's, 103 Market at?eel.
LOWS BROWN WINDSOR SOAP, th« genuine, a
H. K. 4 W. Uriughui-Ht's.
ap, at II. R. 4 W. Biiughurat's.
CHOLERA MIXTURE, of our own manufacture; a clu-ap
R. 4 W. Brlughurst
GUTTA PERCHA COATED 8PRIMG
PESSARY, much used tu Philadelphia, fur wie by
»Ug7 H. R. 4 W. BKI.NGHUllbT. 103 Market xt.
reduced price,
'"ivrABlLa
making soft
y r. lixl'li- article.
SMITH &. BRO., AGENTS,
^Oll the sale of Fruit, Furrest aud Omnuieutul T? ...-ojA
4L and .Shrub«, Nu. 109 Market »treet, 2d door abovuO^W
Fourth street, west »ide, Wilmington, Del.
I
l\lt. GRIM8HAW baa eugaged
1 ) late uf Wm. Hodgxou », Tenth and Arch xtreele, and
a Graduate or the Philadelphia College ot Pharmacy to
KUi)«riutend tho Compounding of Physician« l'rea,rip
tloux In hi* Drug Store, No. 161 Market street Wilmington
CHINA CRATES. niltalde^fe^Hmi Cur.p», ^ ^
McMAKIN.
a
auVsbiptey Etreets, Wilmington, Del.
ALIEN & NEEDLES
MPROVKD SUPfE pllOHPH ATF UF
on baud at «oauuf»clurer» prlre*, ($4j
H. A M. PKNNOCK
:, conxtnntly
I
Mapes Celebrated Super Phos
of Lime,
phate
to I «qui I *1 coluinunt.
. I'BNNOOK
Wilmington.
^lONrtTANTL
Priée $Wfor SHOO lb»
A gaol» for tbl* market. '
GENTfc' WRAPPERS.
. PARIS UE LAINE, »uiUbte
il HENRY BIJZBY'B
. 91 Market streut, tielok Uh
ANTHONY U. EKRI.KY, | THoMAM W. BRoWN.
DELAWARE
KAUmUI,
fur UiiNTa' W Damns.
li
Steam ttamli. Panel Door, Mould
ing, Window Frame, and
Venitian Shutter Manufhotory.
ZEBLEY & BROWN,
Slrfr r !j and corner of Water and
Market Street 4, Wilmington, Delaware.
ISPECTFULLY
Foot of Th
_ _„ ,___ Doöri, Window Freiuoe
end Vénitien 8hutter»,jViiHi extetdinhnent, foot oTTb
St root, over J. Morton Po-dV ' Meuhiuo Shop. Uevtnx «x
proiujäly,
R
H
removal.
JOHN RUSSELL,
FIRM OF MURPHY A RUSSELL,
frieuds and tbe public
exlaUti.bm.Dt
KHPBlTPULLY Infor iux
generally,
formerly occupied by
No. 107 SHXPLEY STREET,
Between Foartk and Fifth 8ts.,
Where bo baa on Lund and «111 make to order all klud» o
II
b*> r«un.7»d
M^»r«. MeClary
MAIN & 0HNU1FNTAI, KUHN (THRU,
In the most aubstantlal uaiiuer,
N. B.—CoFFisa made aud funerals attended
«hortest notice.
Bargains! Bargains!! Bargains!!!
T U ST receiTud fruin auction, 2oU French FIohh Worked
d Collar», at CO aud 02 routs. Fume of tbexe
at I east *1.60.
Worked HleoT«», at 37, 6U, «I,
li rent», Worth double.
boxt make», bin«» Skirt Spring»,
price». Call xoon, for groat b»r
25 cent* a »et, worth Ö7J4.
aiery, at greatly reduced
galux m»y bo obtaiuod at
ROBERT KLKIN'S
. 110 Market Street, between 4th and 5th,
■ .
NE W
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
NOW GrFKKING AT 9
HENRY BUZBY'S,
No. Ö4 Market St., below 4th,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Bltlta, from 871{ ctl. to *2.00
Beautiful

fx, pld..
« uîRiet».
« M'A "
Cballte de L.ilu«
Gingbam»,
UIULL1ANTK8,
CAMBRICS,
I Hl ITZKS
NAINSOOKS,
PLAID MUBLIN8.
8H1RT1NGH,
GLOVK8,
KM II KOI DKRIK8, Ac.
Bill El I NOS
HOSIERY,
n'A t
Kl.ADV. MARK
Magneto-Electric Maohines,
MEDICAL PURPOSES.
ICKINSON'S MAGNETO-ELECTRIC MACHINES are
the best iu u»e, and are highly r>.commended for Khen
Bear it iu mind that KD
I)
matin«, Norvoux Dlxeo.ua, 4c.
WARD URINOHUR8T k CO
tho exehndv* agantx for tbe »ale
City. PhyxicUn«, Druggists, an
Manufacturer's lowest prices, by
CANDY M«X5!fACT0SY,
No. 247 Market Street,
WILMINGTOWf
I K MON k CO., most lawpfAfully return tbetr thanks
J for tbe liberal patronaR* they havo received from the
people of Delaware, wishing a conliauance
they beg leave to call tbe attention of the public to their
large and assorted »took of
CONFECTIONERY,
cy, Medicated Coaventatlon»!
, Gum Drop», Jujube Paste, Cordial
Plain Caudle»,
supplied at tbe
DELAWARE.
In
.x«u Lotohgee
-ops, Fine Hugurfcd At
duxcriptlou. 1 Also,
LEMON At CO'S
BATH PIPE EXPECTORANT,
Fur Cough« aud 0 Ids, which' ie sold by a. arly every re
tail »tore throughout the State.
imported from Hnglaud
of johnsuu'a tatest Improved style of Polished Machinery,
for the manufacture of the abovu goods, which enabl
to compote with the larger cities. They havo a
imported all of the flavor» of Mande?» 4 Weaver'» Fr
Kweiice which give* their
Having agrood with an Importing hou»« Iu Baltimore t<>
SEGARS,
Wo are enabled to sell that article as cheap as auy house
tu this city.
We also keep constantly •
their seasou. All Goods W
.u hand NUTS and FRUITS In
AUBANTZn PUBB.
LBMON 4 CO'Sy
HI.-aiu RvOue.l (fandy ManufactoaDel ,
Nliltb and Market 8U., \V'ittpi«gt
BOARDING.
T WO DB8IKABLK ROOMS, WITH BOARD.
** Apply at 341 MARKET Street.
For Sale.
Market to
. MrCAULLKY,
No, U,l Markst »treat
running
HANDSOME
A
Shipley street*. Apply
to
White and Blaok Barege.
HITS and Black Bar«ge, suitable for Shawl» aud Man
HKNRY UUZttY'S Cheap Cash Store
t»4 Market street, below 4th.
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J«19
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J«19
NOTICE
TO LIME BUYERS.
fit 11 K euhorrlber respectraUy inform» hi» frleud« aud the
1 farming public generally, that ho 1» engaged
Lime trade, and ha* made »nangement» for a supply ot a
very superior quality Ol'
LIME,
a uowly tqiened
prompt delivery or which un the wate?
Chesapeake, Has.xsfras and Chester Rivers,
golnt or atotlon, he 1* prepared to receive
should he given
ltvery of
je6-tf
e. Address,
*. Middletown,
NEW
CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT STOHE.
C undersigned take* thi» msthud
public generally,
above bUBluo*» at the store,
T
No. 198 Market Street,
the choicest ar t^B
the markets «rill
adjoining the Saving«
Rue of bnsinesH,
Candieg, Nuts, Fruits,
Preserve^
Piokles, Jellies,
Syrups.
Also, n choice assortirent o (
Segars and Tobaooo,
which he wl!) s«U at (so u.wbst < *».? pkiors.
hopes by strict attention to business to merit a
ral share of public patronage.
DOWNING.
NEWLY-INVENTED
NEEDLE THREADER.
_ to alt who ob« Neelle» ; but particularly to thus« who*«
sight I« not very good. With Itoasristonco, Needles of all
the useful site» call bjxery easily threaded.
For sale at ELIZA WILSON'S,
131 Market street.
uluii.-l x«r»h-e
T
jl3
To Builders, Carpenters & Masons
would have erjc'ed tweuiy to forty »mall brick hou»«»
ou Eleventh aud Twelfth Street*,^aud give one half Iu
to
I
cosh, and one half lu loto a
person» wishing to embark,
•W. McCAULLKY,
Market 'tree/.

u '
^
> I IU Tu BENNETT'S to get your PrtauripUou* put Dp.
Ijl he does oil auih work himaell.
Journal anb stattaman.
From the New Fork Eveulng Port.
NOBODY'S SONG.
I'm thinking juxt now of No tody,
And «II rhat N..lx>dy'» done,
■ of Notxidy.
F'nr from Notxidy I sprung ;
hau rung.
A A^NobSty^mfi
In life's young morning Nobody
tender and dear ;
And iny cradle wiis rocked by Nobody,
petted and praised by Nobody,
d Nobody brought
Aud when I
hungry, Nobody
to dine or to
And Nobody taught
I played Iu the street wllb Notary,
I reruuoted my Ul« to'Sobody,
wtiling to In ar :
Nobody shed a
And homo 1 rourtid Nobody,
Aud xeld Notiody'x Pd bo,
And asked to marry Nobody.
And Nobody uimrlod me.
I r
Tbux I trudgo along with Nobody,
And l bavu ajuio^for Nobody ^
For 11 Nobody'x now In town,"
-* Nobody else would «■"
o
Noeonr.
Grahnni a Magarinu.
A REAL LOVE STORY.
Helen Davis had a home so bt&utiful that it
wuuld have been nlrange indeed if she had
loved it. Her father, Dr. Dnvi»,
successful physician, Imd retired from practice
in consequence of failing health, but with suffi
cient fortuite to enable him to Rpeud the rest of
bis days iu afllueuce, and in (he cultivation of
with which nature had
ineutly
i Ifbh
endowed him. His already beautiful pi
every year improving, and for all the
tho model' of taste and
!..
try round i
9
Of all the beautiful spots where
quiet and solitary enjoymeut,
much priied by Helen
formed entirely of lilac trees, which they called
" the liluc wnlk."
hour, either with
hand, or when the tiees were in blossom, inhaling
the delightful fragrance of her favorite flowers.
her own privnto
light
retreat
Here she would walk by the
favorite author i
be considered
distinguished by the servants
Hardly any
after a time,
retreat, aud
*• Miss Helen's Walk.
Helen
only child, and never
tenderly nurtured. Both parents
educated, and Helen, by being their
highly educated, and Helen, by being their
juired habits of
usual at her age.
constant companion, had
t'iougbt more mature than
She know little of gay society, and indeed would
uot havo oared for it, though her conversational
, and her many
piishments attracted around her a numerous
oirole wherover she appeared. Yet in the society
of her parents, aud with her books aud flowers,
her life had passed quietly and happily. But
bus not yet been mentioned. Oa giviug up bis
practice, Dr. Davis had invited Horace Claytou,
a young physician, the son uf one of his most
valued friend.-, to come iutu tbs neighborhood
fumily who
ä other iuuate of
tor
least, to make his hous^ntn Dm..,
old doctor would never allow him
away, and iu ti
the family, and
hold. If i
and Helen Joved each other, i
displeasure that he contemplated their growiDg
attachment. He knew he could leave his daugh
aore worthy of her,
capable of appreciutiog her.—
herself, a lateut
B
he became domesticated iu
bouse
like a
doctor
spected that he
with
t ■
Helen had, perhaps unknown
spark of coquetry in her nature, which
had never been developed, and sometimes when
she saw how much Horace loved her, she seemed
disposed
'
gard his affection lightly, though
fully re
heart that alfuc.i
tome i
1 1 wonder where Heleu is ?" said the doctor,
he aud Mrs. Davis, and Horace were seated
the piazza, enjoying the cool breezes that
refreshing after the heat of the day.
her white dress among the
Let me go
"I think I
liloes," auswered the young
und seo what has become of her, and 1 will give
a lecture in your uume for absenting hçrself
from the company."
The doctor smiled
without waiting for a reply, aud
the path toward Helen's retreat. He found
her reading, and paused at the entrance to the
wulk. " If I will not be deemed
Miss Helen, I have come to
men ta y
Horace took bis hat
intruder,
what improve
have made here since I last
longer ago than yesterday,"
said she ; " but come and see how beautifully
tho periwinkles look after tho rain." They
passed through the walk, aud came to a largo
rounding atone, almost hidden by a vine that
Helen had trained over it. The flowers
blooming freshly, and entirely coucealing
the stone, which Helen would not have taken up.
They stopped awhile to admire the efl'eot of
this, and then passed on to the brook which
past at a short distance from them.
" I have often wished that the bridge
little higher up, so wo could cross here," said
Helen, " but papa thinks it would spoil the
effect of solitude which that willow seems to
produce. He says there is a saduess iu those
drooping branches that seems to say—* let
alouc, the brook and we sing to each other
plaintive melody,'—and the treading of foot
steps upou this bridge would break in upon the
harmony."
They turned aside, following the course of the
brook*till they came in sight of a sort of bower,
fSrmed by the overhanging branches of
'
brook*till they came in sight of a sort of bower,
fSrmed by the overhanging branches of
, covered with the dark broWu
pending nearly to the ground
" There is tho witch's bower," said Horace;
" let us go iu aud invoke her aid iu our future
fate." But Helen shrauk back. " I don't like
that plaoe," she answered, shuddering, "
iu the light of mid-day. 1 always faucy there
lly a dark spirit within."
« But you aro uot afraid with me ?" said
Horace.
Heleu blushed, but sho answered gaily, " I
afraid, sir knight, that the spirit
bower lias Bpells more- potent than
' the
your
courage
Horuce »aw her momentary confusion, aud
smiled as ho followed her toward the huuse,
where the deepening twilight admonished them
to enter.
< 4 You were a long time delivering your lec
ture, Dr. Gluytou," said Mrs. Davis.
" 1 wished to consult the oracle first,
swered he, 44 but Miss Helen's courage failed
before reaching the temple."
"What!" said Helen, looking up, what lcc
"Ouly a lecture iu my name, iu regard
young ladies «tying out
assistancu of a physici
replied Dr. Davis gravely,
every moment to be
tion over your case."
" Papa I" exclaimed Helen, putting her hand
over bis mouth. Horace's face could not be
late that they
in getting
I expected
for to hokl » oonaulta
very quiet. He felt that
not Imliffereut to his love, but the
Helen
cold reserve she at times exhibited towards him,
had kept him from gpeftking, lest he should meet
with a repulse. Her kiud manner this eveniug
greatly encouraged him, and he resolved thut
HjtiHi end tbe suspense. It
time before he found the opportunity
the family was destiued soon to
11. W .uld
he sought,
have another iuraate, who for a while completely
occupied Helen's attention.
One day when Helen
usual sitting
camo in with ;
poor sister !" he said
nuled at last. She declined
Iu
working iu tbeir
with her mother, Dr. Davia
open letter in his hand.
»'r
uigfi
— ally that they did uot kuow when she
u ' ! and did not send for me. Amy writes
in i -mt. i ■
Sjriof,
thnt bar exprpssmi (treat ntixwfj to
, I Ht or child, is left unite aloft*."
"You will surely bring her here, ' papa 1
said Helen.
Dr. Daria looked at bia wife.
"You do not doubt my acquiescence V she
answered warmly.
"No iudeed, my dear wife, I ought not,
but I hesitated about giving you so great a
" It will make us all happy, I
have her here," said Mrs. Davis, " and Helen
ought to have a companion."
Dr. Davis smoothed tho dark hair over his
wife's still beautiful brow, arid sue looked up'
lovingly in bis face. No, he did not doubt that
the lonely or-I
:
I
rn I
love. Of a gentle, confiding
others' hearts by her ready in
•aid be a kind mother
who would henceforth make ber h
ph
with them.
Amy Leesou
Helen, being just eight
nature, *he
year» f Ang
Hhe wan
unselfish yielding
of her own, never apparently suspecting them of
unkind or unworthy motives. Man? a felt
while with her. that ehe was capalJÿ-ôf high and
holy! action 1 ?, *f»nd possessed a hi /den slungth
which lay unexerted, and many a
mulated by her example
at least, that strength to do right.
Perhaps the interest she excited, may have
been in a high degree owing to her being lame.
She could not walk without a crutch Her beau
tiful countenance was expressive of purity itself,
nud its beauty
softened by the pensive drooping
lushes over her deep blue eyes. Her figure
y delicate, even fragile, and one felt that sho
could not long remain among earth s children,
but was pluming her wings lor immortality.
This would not, perhaps, have beeo the
could fche have gone out in childhood to sin
the »ports of her companions. Exercise would
have strengthened her constitution, nud paiuted
the cheek with roses where now bloomed only
ft!ie pale I lly.
We will p
herself regarded as a daughter of the house
hold, and her saJ, stricken heart was comforted
for her parent's loss, by the thousand daily acts
of kindness lavished upon her by her aunt and
cousiu. Helen received, in her iomost
and Amy, in return, neglected
of consulting her cousiu's
Helen, though a tine
1 she derived ho much pleasure from hearing
Amy, who possessed a charming voice,
highly cultivated, that she would sometimes
keep her a whole eveniug at the instrument,
when she reclined in the easy chair at the other
eud of the room, leaving Horace
leaves of the music, and sometimes
voice with Amy's. It
iheek of the young songstress learned to flush,
and her eye to brighten, as he leaued
expressing his admiration of her favorite songs.
Helen did uot heed this. 3he was iu capable of
aud if she had thought his heart had
in tbeir plaus, and
injured, but rather
the long
the fir.-t few w«cks cf Amy's
her uncleN, where she
it
opportunity
s and pleasure,
pianist, could nit sing,
the
long befuic the
Helen
jealousy, aud if she had thought his heart had
yed iu the Lust from her since Amy's arrival,
she would have scorned to endeavor to win hack
ferret! allegiance. Auiy, In the iuloxi
cation of her undefined hopes, almost forgot her
lameuess, and gave herself up entirely to the.
happiness of the present.
One evening, just nfter suuset,
ding to her auut, Helen stole out of the room,
aud with u book iu her hand that her father had
that morning given her, took her way d
the Lilac Walk. Sho had uot beeu
her cousin's arrival, and she smiled to heiself
the fallen leaves that lay scattered
around and upon tbe
Walk. She sat down, nud opening iter hook,
was soon quite unconscious or all surrounding
objects, iu the interest excited by its pages
But other eyes had watched her
wandered away,
lowed her,
loriked over fee»' sh.Mldcr as she sat with h*y face
ned away from the outrance oi the avjeinie.
length, »Me looked
colored with surprise
Amy was
the end uf
Horace quietly fob
coming silently behind her,
, and found him
by her side,
fusion. Her nntural spirit of coquetry
strong upon her, and in spite of his grave, ein
est manner, she gayly chatted with him. '
rupting every attempt he made to lead the con
versation into a more serious channel. Fiually,
lie ceased
by a grave smile, she
iu
speak, and only answered her
, saying—
house,
Amy's song«, for I am dreadfully tired of talk
ing, and I know you must be tired of listening."
" Wait a moment," said he detaining her,
only listening because you will not al
to Bpeuk."
Then seeing her crimsoned cheek, he
tinued—
of
Lei
"I
• You know, Helen, that I have sought in
opportunity of speaking, and
listen to me."
• Most ! Dr. Clayton ?" she returned play
fully, " methinks tliiB is daring language to u«e
pecial dominions."
, Helen. You
know you love me, even ns truly and devotedly
as I do you. Will you uot confirm those hopes
that have bo long matlo the brightness of u?y
life, aud let me feel that they Lave reality."
I presume Dr. Clayton thinks he is irre
sistible ?" nuswered she, iu a slightly haughty
, piqued that he should thiuk her so easily
you must
, here iu my
trifle with
1».
Helen,'' exclaimed the young man earnestly,
" you do love me. I speak ftuukly, because I
believe you iucapable of trifling with the deep
, holiest reelings of our nature, next to
love of God."
" You décrive yourself," she auswered in a
tone of offended pride, " 1 do uot love you !"
He stood loukiug at her for a moment iu mute
astonishment, then the blood
und ho said in a stern voice—
heart docs not
up.
of
the
bed to his face
" l know that your own heart docs not »ay
that ; should you let it be heard, it would plead
beautiful, accomplished Miss
the poor country doctor
n
by
er,
I
—but
Davia look» down u)
who darea to nspiro ta her hand.
hturlleaHly sport with a true honest heart, and
sho would
carelessly
then fling it aside
her cast-off trinket». Love 1 tool that I
capable of feeling it."
. She
to imagine you
He turned away from
call him, but tho withering scorn i
last words were spoken, withheld her.
passed out of the avenue, and with hasty strides
approached tho house, which he entered, and
went up to his
Heleu would have given worlds to bo able
unsay all that she hud said.
" But he cannot think i
»aid to herself. " Incapable of
he only knew—" , . „ ,
He »urely must como hack, she thought. But
when the time passed on and he did not ~ "
she called up pride to her aid, and with » firm
step, went into the house, tibo found Amy
alone, readiu«. Tbe aireolionato girl »elcürae.l
with a »mile, gently chiding her for going
io late.
You have never taken
Helen," she »«id.
Helen tried to smile, but she fell
herself did not wish to go there uuless she could
be reconciled to Horace.
In the evening, Horace
usual. He did uot look at
in vain to meet his eye. . . .
»tood by her, and aftrr.arj gat,lly oaauled her
to her seht.
"Daughter, you
Davis, looking at Helen
tho window.
"Oh, no, pap*»
coining toward him. . ,
Sho drew a low chair beside him, and rattled
on gayly, and almost uninterruptedly. Her
eyes sparkled with unusual briiUaucy, and the
ght glow that mantled her cheek made her
beautiful that Horace almost held his breath
he gazed upon her.
acting a part. She k"pt
delighted by her eparkhug »ullus, till t
* separata far tl,« night i hat when aba
alone iu her
which his
II«
in earnest," she
! Oh! if
the lilac walk,
with them
ght
Amy sang, he
silent to-uight," said Dr.
the sat in a recess ol
" she answered, rising and
be
He felt that
all amused and
the
thut
to
all, und
, she set the night lump
burst into tears.
She now felt that ho had gone
he muet despise hcr. lu vaiu »ne culled
aid the pride that had susiaiued her—she valued
bis love more than anything in the whole work!,
could she ever hope tu regain it ? S " rcl J r ' L J:
would forgive the harmless vauity that had
led her to refuse him; he would
love her—for those word* which he knew
try the strength of his attach
words. Could he
tii.-l l>li
I
»'r
ouly nttered
ment. But then his
meat) them 1
"Daughter!" said hsr father,
i ■
he met her
she
tempt logo
Amy can read
<g At the break last table, "you
' . late bi»t night. I -
id your caudle
o'clock,
burning."
Helen tried to answer cheerfully, but all
her kind falber in
still
stated that-she should lie
Horace
morning ;
you Awhile, if yuu sit i
H. -
morning, and therefore
He did not change hit counlcninoe as be
her eye, though she turned vt ry t>alo. He
uwliile talking to Amy about -nine I» iok iu
which she wits interested, mid hi telling the
I doctor of his patients, nml
Helen lay on tbe sofa aud >•
I from a desire to be silent tlia-i from pain,
Nothing could exceed Amy's kiuduess.
bathed her cousin's head, an l talked low and
her, till she thought she
dinner, but iu the
iu. Uoleu
compelled to visit a patient this
deny myself that
answered Hornce, bowing slightly to
lb len.
choci fully
nxleep.
evening, just
twilight, be
aa »fated in the large chair, and Amy
her. He nowed us
■I
Tfctisn,
, " G.md evening, Miss
seeing Amy,
saying iu his usual
Helen," uud was passing
he came back—
" Are you here, Miss Amy, dreaming in the
darkness? you have chosen mt humble seat "—
And he drew a large rocking chair towa'd her,
which »he took with & smile, while be seated
himself on the ottoman she hud occupied.
, he geutly took away
the crutch, and offered his arm. inxtend.
Helen ?" said Atny.
*• I am coming," replied Helen, rising and
following them with u firm step.
•Helen!" exclaimed the mother, "you
white as a sheet. Why did you get up, my
ohild ?"
When they weut i
Will y
a great deal better, mamma,
Hwered Helen, with forced composure, seating
herself at the table, and resolutely determined
to conquer her emotion. Amy sat opposite by
her father, looking ho sweetly happy, that Helen
almost forgot herself in looking at her.
ver, she would have escaped
, but
When
father said they
the sofa, nud
for having them nil
I- ■
would make her comfortable
around
" Jus
how her pulse is, Horace," said
the sofa
sat reading
s lying. He laid down his
which He
book and placed Ins finge
" I think she has a violent nervous headache."
•• Her bunds are v«ry cold." lie
spoke iu a cold, indifferent tone, but her fa'.bor
did not regard it, for he sprang forward, cry
ii g out, " Sho has fainted."
" Helen, my child," said her father tenderly,
w! on she recovered, " whut is the matter?"
Amy.
my
w! on she recovered, " whut is the matter?"
Helen looked up and saw Horace lemiug
against the mautcl piece with his face turned
fiom her.
go tip stairs, papa," she whispered.
, and foi
!.. i
Her father took her iu his
lowed by
mother, carried her
her
asked
Is Helen subject to these attacks ?
answered Horace,
ive been suffering till
this afternoon ; for once, when 1 spoke
she did not answer, though her eyes were open.
How well nml how animated she was last night.
I can hardly imagine her sick."
Horace looked at the frail little oreatnre,
she snt with her small thin fingers clasping
book he had let fall.
Thank
hucIi gentle
" I do not think
ing himself
" I think sho
for picking up my book," raid
It is ' "
.infidel work oUthe most dangonm
kind, because written inr tti« most attrnullve
stylo, uud ideas clotlnwi iu tfie most hUtuc
tive style, aAd the tdftia JNxj
It
tbed
beautiful language. ,
"And for you too, Dr. Clayton," said Amy,
seriously.
"Oh, you have
subscribe to
it then. But I do not
its doctrines, though I confesH 1
much upon these «abjects
id Amy, simply.
surprise, and iu
By
...m
They
-I
ght.
" I am very sorry,
He looked at lier in
" Why, Miss Amy ?"
.She raised her clear, truthful ey
she answered,
" Because I do
think
be
happy without them.
her words, but the curnest si
plicity of her manner that struck him. "
make you happy tl
He did
It
expect a reply, but
sing on her pale countenance, rontle.*ed paler
by lier deep mourning dress, nud won-iered if
she were indeed happy. "There is a heaven,
for such as her, 1 ' he thought,
for these things."
une back to say that Helen
go into
they feared she would
Helen d
I^Mr«. Davis
aalei-p, and that Amy had bettor
that night,
be disturbed. Amy accordingly went witli her
, leaving Hornce alone
event» of the day, and to wonder at the words
sbo herself hod spoken.
CONCLUSION
for

A curious fact for our Reformed Pre-tcstant
Dutch Church renders is recorded in ft lute
English periodical. Jn the city of Nopwiuh,
England there is a Dutch Protestant Congregation
founded in the time of the Duke of Alva, by the
refugees who fled fiom Holland to escape his
bloody sway. The estates bequeathed tr. it ft
among their descendants to this day.
These have n place of worship iu the Blaak
Friars' Conventional Church.
Service is only performed in this church _
n year, on a Sunday iu midsummer, Ut prevent
the lapse uf tho estates. The sermon is preached
by the Chaplain (o the Netherlands Embassy,
first iu Dutch and then in F,nglish. The preach
er, for some years, lias been the Rev. Dr. Gehle,
minister also of tbe Dutch Churoh, Austin Friars.
The cuugregation is said to possess a great many
valuable registers and uld books, a large folio
Lnyden Bible, an Elsevier. The imprint reads
tol
to
by
to
,
Tot Lhydkn.—B y do Weduwe ende Erffgenu
J.ilmn Eizevier, Beeck druckeis
it
Academic, 1003.
Wo hope that the first time any of our literary
Knickerbockers visit England, they will make an
exploration of this old Congregation,
be just the thing for Brother Theodore Cuylcr
to make a splurge ou. Suppose our Reverend
friend, Dr. Dewitt, calls his .mention to this sub
ject in the
i • would
Christian Intelligencer.
Eloqubht Appeal.— 4 Would t to God,'
claims tho authoress of 4 Hin*' ou Drews and
Beauty,' (Mrs. E. Oakes Smith,, vouid to Go.l
touched, as with it coni from his
altar, that 1 might ssy something in behalf
may be
iy lips
of our sisters, who toil and spin
adorned beyond the lilies of tho field; Who weep
ay he daintily
and suffer aud »lie, that
,>tired for ; and who, by tho abundance of
émulons, and finally
, that out
adorning, grow weak
depraved and lost. It dues
of tbo depths of womanhood
thing to take the «nord out of the souls of these
bruised ones, for every wrong inflicted upon ""
of our kind, is a wrong inflicted upon ourselves.
Wo to the woman whose selfish vanity leads her to
pay scantily for the labor of such, who exacts much
and pays Mit, and who carelessly withholds the
when it is due, and thus compels the sewing
lose time and strength in collecting her
t well to shut ourselves in
gorgeous saloons, with adorning» such as a
Cleopatra might have envied, and which
have lent new graces to an Aspasia—it i
well to go forth conquering und to conquer iu nil
the pump of exclusiveness and wealth, while the
rude laugh, and the coarso jest, and the deprav
ing* of vanity are converting our kiud from be
ing lower than the angels, into shapes of dark
lost and ao miserable that the hells that
the melancholy
might ?lo
ol
woman
small dues. It i
L J:
had
he
receive them might weep
Noble Skntimknth.— Condemn
not thiuking os you think. Let evey
the full uud free liberty of thinking for himself.
Let every man use his own judgment, since every
account of himself to
Abhor every approach, iu any kind of
to the spirit of persecution. If you cannot
or pertuade a man into the truth, never attempt
to futoe him into it. If love will not compel him
to come,leave him to god, the Judge of all .—John
S«,
must give
her Wesley.
ÜAHIHÜ. —About
Fi.oI'RM':nt—D ie covkby
accompanied by
'presented to
1 the other his sister, arrived iu
U.
of whom
Haiti -
e, and stopped at one of the principal In
Monday of last week they left the bob I. xny
Washinztun, instead
Nortii street,
ing that they were going
of which they
where the
board for
had engaged
During the lattar part of tho Dut work
party came on from New York and made appli
cation to officer Toyman, of the dotecti' 1
to assist him in looking for his wife, whom he
alledged had eloped with the husband of another
-
iu
woman. The search
whereabouts of
obtained, aud it
discovered F
Philadelphia Accordingly the husband
search of his wife, in company with • <>ffi
h. After passing
President
meneed a search through the
through
tposa Hitting snugly by the side of him f
»ho had forsaken her home, liuabnnd and
children. He approached
Hitting, and tapping tl
dor uttered
then wont to work in right good car
the head und <dioiil.lt rs
I
tin
: the twain
i the slmul
I
with his
he party
in company with hi
tense excitement was created
nml n large crowd gathorc l to sun what w n
During the affray all the partiust eon
1 when they reached
going
corned got out of the cars,
the platform the
applied until the the officer interfere 1 »ml put u
stop to it. The parties then starte l for the .llice
of the marshall police, but before they got across
fiorounly
Eastern avenue
the back und shoulders of the iadivUlu.il
whom the charge of abduction woninnd«
then went quietly to the marshal'»
the huxliaud stated that they
self hail previously
1 their families had been
friendship ; that the «ister wli
twain had persunilrd tbe wif? 1
iter huxbau'l and children, an well i
him to the desertion of his
Tho parties remained for
aud after a conference betwe
tmniued Hint all charges should l> • withdrawn,
New York together.
I they li ft fur the
in homeward
I he about 35 years of n^e,
an wh im he » night appear
lie about !24. He remarked t!
of the ftb?
''They
•ompanieu the
• ahnndon
I child,
ime.nt the office,
them i
1 they wou'd all return i
A carriage was then c die l
depot, to take the
husbaul appeared
while the wife and
'I I.*'
e I
of
a week, i
confo-iu*
partaken of
suslsiu him in his
•r slept
his wife, he had nei
than sufficient
IIomk.—" Home is like love ; its chief value I
The wife is mure apt
in its permanency,
that trees
porch, 'grass plats
washed, tho house kept in repair am! •>
children sent regularly to school, and tho good
will aud respect of the neighbors conciliated,
she feels that she has a home for her little
her hus
rashing terror it must
infer from each cloud
planted, vines
whitc
r, the
•c-ded, the pu'd
all re
flock, that lies
bund's fortunes. What tv
tv seusitive woman t
upon her husband's brow, that the lowrst execu
tive of the law inny order her f»rtli, with her
children, their school books, a few cooking uten
sils. and half-a-dozen chairs, to live a precarious
high-priced and comfort less lodging
erected f<* t^iwts ! If we would have a child
brough up under thehaUoijred influence of
atfections and aelf-respejst, it should not know
the shock of being marched, with n weeping
of its home, by a constable.
us high-minded and indo
oonstilutoa State, fiich ns
ised wall
life i
If
ther,
iuld have
pendent
will defend it better than high
labored mound, lot them be happy ijilhtlr bonu s
then
iuibucd wit!» local affections, perm meut
agaaiions, wermaneut in their resltlcnc nsj lo
tlicut feel tNtt home hns a limit, tbuUihe iTPUBj* 1- '
ty of 4i»c c/editor most stop bororo the saueti» 11 '
of Home, .tlfttt the law will
liamls upon household goods,
homo should be his caatle.
lay mcrilegf us
American's
1
iu
plant a Trkb.—I n the second
. Piper'
r I
Trees of America,
think, should be
He snys:
number of
find a suggestion which,
written in • letters of gold.
" The present noble Queen of Englau I, before
tended the throne, planted with A t mrn
an oak nt Chatsworth. * * III our
country, where all
be hoped that, ere loug,
By 1er duty to imitate England's queen in thU, and
plant at least one tree. When our ladies ."hall do
»i«. th«» will the work be done, nud througln
ourAiWfeJ laud the reproach of neglect, in
respeot, A *¥P passed away."
Have pog MM planted a tree, dear Huy ; you
adiag ibjs ? Or have you friends
influence who :
by the road
born sovereign», it is
y lady will deem it
t.
if
into
juaintnucea tinker your
needlessly culling down «kf^e
side, or neglecting to plant
would be beautiful? It is to
fojik for reformation on this our^liattonal
ciittF and fall." How charming, I
•s w lino they
her
do
poetical it
be so indebted to the
i thii? m«pect f
beautiful
if
goutter K''* for a national reform in
that the thought on seeing a 1
-.Id be out? P f grateful homage to w
refer our fair r*aJ*r to Dr. riper'« nmgnrt.ce.a
»orkltot» found..' m >' »u«'< tore, jrrotaMjr)
for BOmu «Jiuuatl« J» 1 " 1 "«
their utility uud ne«:ed«ity t,, ° far,ner ! l f " cU
a« their beaut y . The portrait$ «/ remarkable trees
given in this work, are in the highv" fll of urî,
and nobly calculated to ioepms taa'.Io for this
crowning glory of uature.
mi. We
lute
the
Disclosures of a Liquor Dkalsr. —Mr. Dela
, President of tho New York State Tempe
rance Society, in his recent address nt tho Capi
tol iu Albany dwelt mainly
adulteration of liquors.
" WUhin a few weeks," he said, " it has
to iny knowledge, that a person whose conscience
verojtcd nt his employment, iu n largo liquor os
tabli&hment, left it for a more innocent und credi
table business.
the
I ? •. v.ilri,:
He plated thnt it now took only
ten, «orne any tour gallons of pure whit-key to
make n barrel of the whiskey of commerce. To
-, coinphcuo and
Hcr.ic ; the latter to restore the bond destroyed
by tho water, lie stated tiro that brandy made
to imitate the real French brandy, und of the
moat poisonous character, was sold at $4 jy gal
lon, coating 22 cent». That all kinds of wine
imitated
thes' 1 ;
cluwly, that the best judg
could not discriminate, costing but a trifle, and
sold at prices to suit customers. The higi
standing of tbo customer, and the more pu ticu
bis winea, the higher the price to Sfttis
to quality. Tbe most celebrated Euro
not much behind
their adulteration.
th '
p«Mtn dealers, be it known,
the American traders in '*
The Laugh and Smile or Woman.—A woman
has uot a natural grace more bewitching than a
»weet laugh. It is liko the
the water. It leaps from her heart in a clear
sparkling rill, and tho heart that hear* it feels
if bathed in the cool, exhilarating spring.
And so of the smile. A beautiful smile is to the
female countenance what the sunbeam is to the
inferior face, and
A smile, however, should
insipidity is thcresuh;
should the mouth break into asmilc
side, the other remaining passive and unmoved,
for this imparts an air of deceit nud grotesque
to the face. A disagreeable smile distorts
the lines of beauty, and is more repulsive than a
frown. There arc many kinds - 4 ' — mr u
having a distinctive character;
goodness and sweetness, others betray
bitterness, and pride; some soften tho conuten
by their languishing teudernce-, others
brighten it by their brilliant and spiritual
city. Gazing and poring before a mirror cannot
beautiful smites half so well as
watchtbut the l.t
1 of flutes
landscape. It embellishes
redeems an ugly
not become habitual,
to
in
a
nil
be
hiui.es,
-• uuuounrt
aid iu acquiring
to turn the gaze inward,
keeps unsullied from the reflection
is illuuiiued aud beautified by all sweet thoughts.
— Dorter's Spirit of the Times.
Eight uf the Boston churchenaro without pna
toi8 at this time, viz: the Kings Chapel n. w
South, Bowdou etreet. Fifth Umveisul l'hillip«,
of No tub Boston; Maverick, East Boston; B-w
duin Square, and the Unitarian Society in .Suffolk
st. To these may be added the Winthrop Church
in Charleston, the Mystic in Medford, and the
Ortbordox chuich iu West New Mal.K-u and East
Ounbridge
him
La?l a i
is bn-oat, refused to ask
m. ?.f Walker'?«
.ni h
cy because Americans
quarters

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