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111! & Saturday, November 26, 1859. iN.-We rters that the rett An Old Bib wt d it from have hen mny qt e what we believe to lie abuses son we oppi in the Democratic party is beeauf disappointed office-seeker. The story thus : "That while we were in Wuslii ngton, i 185-1,we applied to Senator Bayard for a clerk ship hut did not receive it ; cv time, out of revenge, we have exhibited ill-fcecling towards that gentle friends." Without nouncc the whole story incc that and his ! word of hesitation, we pro itigated lie.— applicant for any office, State government, We der the General either •hole life, except the • now hold —that of Notary Public circumstances, have taken that had it not • business of C d we would,under have been that required it. By receiving that we do not c eider ourself under a single obligation either to the Democratic party or the individuals com posing it. As for the story about the clerk ship, the author of it is a liar, be lie Senator •ver poor enough ask a fav fashion.— to the office-seeker's •bis tool. We we Bayard aplic office,or to be of the party i y shape, form, Whet level we will he pretty low i der the General io office enls that we would have if ten State Govet de red is to-day. >N.—As the tit Bhown'h Ex ec in tliis miserable "lull cut increases and spreads a hectic llusli over We lind sympathisers ft the whole country, the et I del ed ong idea would countcnn Mormons this subject, and who call the pel, t eventually end i this? Have the descendants of the Puritans far forgotten the blood und treasure that luivc been spent for the liberty wo that they ' project.— • preached over the country upon ee this insti empt is made, by me •Ives the expounders of thegos a feeling tin st, if fostered, ' DP d ruin. How is blood - enjoy, Id place that liberty in jeopardy hall •fit .— î ingle ft 7— cination of the brain ! For it does not require the sight of a Seer woman and child north of Mast know that if every k Dixon's line were abolitionists they could not abolish fdavery. They they c t dissolve this Union, but ,'gro free. Would set the vade the South, es? If they es and ii they fi carry out their cherished sehe did—fn •it observations among the plavcs—they would find that they were reckon d that they would ing without their hosts ell as the conquer the blacks as ivhitcs. We know that the people of Boston, yet d ammunition to «St. Domin ltgo, sei st barbare go to aid and abet t lie Teetion that ever disgraced humanity, and we r that f • of these great re d swallow formers who strain at a gnat •1, have not a greater share in Old Brown's foray in Virginia,than they generally geteredit for. The idea of a people, who arc continually croaking for the amelioration of the condition d placing wenj is in the to befi of the pc bands of ignorant «1er the whites •grues t say that the pike with! It is all folly old Brown's premo • that they were to be used without * who has examined idements, «bedding blood. Any the c< •It vill ec Hum that they arc weapons of fo »laide character when placed in the hands of Besides there d excited people. ignorant thod in their Manufacture that shows intelligent knowledge of the pci that e these iVlio were If Brt method in his madness that finds many syinpu Insanity must be a ehar cteristic of the North, as a people. Northern fanaticism always points to disunion. It ap pears that they are willing to create the ruin without applying the remedy. We have heard repeatedly cries of disunion—a division of these States—hi was to become of us afterwards. A'ould Delaware be if civil discord were to bring the North and South into a col lision? Our State would lie the battle field ot Bine, there appears to he a thisers in the North. ever heard what Where the belligerent forces. Wo do not think that cli better fix if tho Aboli ive would lie ii thmista shuiilil curry their project into rlïcrt groes. Delaware would be the and free the een the North and .South, hall-way house bo ith black hordes of ignorant pcoplt. •h a state of things is desirable by the fanatics of the North, we arc free to say that yniputhy with them, should be satisfied with If Evcrv Delà common it is—it is the inheritance liequeath hnppincss depends •e prize above its remaining they disturb country ed to • fathers— it, and that liberty, which nil earthly things, depends upo m hand together, up unit. Should ■ in the present instance, have dc i, they the peace and tranquility of this Uni should suffer the penalty the offended law iin •s. The safety of the country demands it; •il-doers that will do 1« it will set ee of much towards preventing the the scenes of Harper's Ferry over again. It will must and shall he show the world the Unie •ould its stead; life and liberty idnight ivho the hands of preserved fre establish •cliy i the hands of the •hetlier it is called philanthropy bother it is known by its real nt must be safe tr assassin ; !—murder. Mil —We see by yesterday Ac m, printed i ford, that a mob luvd organized Tuesday destroy the press and fixtures The cause of ight week, , hielt Is printed that paper. r of the article this, we suppose, from the te is the editor's views upon the sla refcreil hole proceeding we This very question, condemn fre soul. Wc of the botli d speech, and to abridge either, i believe in freedom of thought who he would endeav r the the shoulders of the demo •rut, The editor tries to thr dei irhole affair upon This is wrong. The democratic party id the best evi cracy. does not tolerate s they did ire pretty destroy deuce of the fact is tlm his office ; bccaiu vinced, that they could have done desired to. F if they c would condemn tho •ould perpetrate it, and •ith the ter who e have always for some d free democratic party, and expect to do of thought •c the only evidences of liberty, •nts to have time dom of speech • political opp d political rights that we •self. We int end to speak, think and point out whatever wc think is right, and wc would nnd we wt c social j,,, ! of the greatest tyrants consider living, if wo denied that privilege to others. ly expression of the editor of tue News' view—though there is n very wide We like the 111(1 margin between the *c why his opinions should not be tole rated in Delaware. ay safely he tolerated— l*c to combat it."*—J ef "E • of Ol bile reason is krhon. left, fre LOCAL MATTERS. Wilmington Cricket Club .—On Thursday eve ning the members of the Wilmington Cricket d tlicir second anniversary giving a grand lmuquent at Buddy's popular Restaurant, in Market above Second street. The company was comprised of about sixty persons —members of the club and invited guests. At eight o'clock, by a unanimous vote, James L. Morrow took the head of the table Club celeb William Penny the other extreme end. The taking his sent, made a very ait and appropriate address ; stating the ob d future mimhc ject of the Club, itspre prospects. Mr. Penny also made a clever and witty speech, in which he stated that he felt himself very much out of place, not knowing anything about the game of Cricket ; the only Cricket that he knew anything about w childish recollection of the old homestead hearth, where the voice of that insect made the ening cheerful ; but there w he did know something about, and that was the It would he needless done the viands, and this thing that good things before him. to say that justice w that Buddy fairly out-done himself casiott. ror, toasts were drank i spirit of good feeling •h occasions. After the banquet and responded to with that rarely exists ning was enlivened by songs from Messrs. Moore, Penny, Walraven, Buzhy, Grifii d others. Many a good joke cism made the room ring with peals of laugli Tin* evc Fri id witti as su ng by and his Dinah' manner that would have " Villikei ter. one. of the party, i done credit to the stage. We have been at many festivals i time, er better pleased hut we can say that we w with a company and all the etceteras connected with it than wc were with the banquet of the Cricket Club of Wilmington. At the winding up of the merry-making, the health of Mr. Roddy, Mrs. Roddy, and all the little Boddics, who lmd contributed to the festivities and ciftbility of the evening, were drank standing, thus closing the evening' By the way, the Cricket Club of this city has : a permanent fixture; it numbers about fifty members, mostly merchants, clerks, •quire exercise. The game is entertainment. ho pots healthy, innocent amusement, that the fastidious may take a parti itliout damaging giving scandal the least rt their se her busy tongue. Lecture ». —Dr. Boyton lectured in the Odd fel Thureday, Friday and Saturday Geology and the history of crco lle 1ms a great c lows' Hall tion, to large audiences. d of language, and is able to both interest and instruct all who may hear him. He showed the harmony existing between the works ot God and the Scriptures—that the Mosaic account of creation and the revelations of geology, d while speak •h other, inconsistentMfrith of the immensity of God's works, of which the a mere bulb compared with the sun of the planets, grew exceedingly elo quent. In referring to tl that 111 w and s earth he remarked the depth of forty feet the temperature •as forty degrees, and and warmer, increasing ft degree to •ery 40 feet, and if he should penetrate deep re descend it becomes enough, water would boil. This was of internal fire. A further proof of this fire was found in volcanoes, and he gave a startling of the adventures of a gentlem death while descript ii who cf being burnt of these pyi idea of the making explorations ne technic works of nature. To give immensity of the earth lie remarked that a globe 606 feet iu circumference, and then it, reduced until his relative that fo place a proportions to it should lie the which he hears the earth, it would he a microscope of great power in » him at all; and that if wc should required to order to lay down a hair it would take him hable length of ti turcs abound in interesting facts and theories. iiulcscrl surmount it. His lec the Delaware Railroad .—Tiie up Man Killed « Friday morning last i mile hob iy Bridgcville. He w about ing in the ecuter of the track and w served by the engineer, the morning being misty, until the engine was The body w entirely crushed, the light leg being idiatcly upon him. much mangled, the head being and the lower part of from the body. A •d Tlios. Cannon, living i observed to get young near Bridgevillo, w down train that he tho Thursday evening, and heard say would jump oil' nt Dillwortli's, about two miles below. It is supposed that in -bile in rapid the rails and attemp to get oil' the c dashed bclwe motion, he w much injured about the head that he renmin thc track all night, and thus was •ning lett nt Bridgevillo for the action ed lying crushed to death by the in. The remains wt of the Coroner. Become Insane .—A Dutchman by the name of Lewis Miller, says tho Commonwealth, w Tuesday last lodged in tlic insane department •ar this city, by Mr. Ne Middlc of the Alms House, hemifth Burris, a farmer residing rith whom Miller had been living ft short town, i. He had for a hired previous exhibited symptoms of derang Saturday week he became decidedly in , but not violent, began all night. When asked und contin the vhat wn ued mutter with him, he replied that his trouble w caused by a piece of bread that lie had At other times he stated that he had done bud things; had been bad all bis life, and that lie wished a priest sent for, to whom, it would seem, lie wanted to make ft confession, lie lit igborhood of Mr. Burris' for two living in the igborhood of Mr. indus living in the three years, and has always been trious, quiet and peaceable Improving .—It will be gratifying to the friends of Mrs. Heaney, who recently nierons met with a serious accident by having lmd a npound fracture of both bones of her leg, also to the profession gen of above tho ankle, erally, to learn that she is rapidly recovering, of the limb is measurably restored and the without the least deformity. Her physician, Doctor Draine, attributes this mainly to tlic of the starch bandage , generally know the continent, but the profession, much i perhaps not land, where •orytblng else, may have given precedence to other methods of treatment. The Doctor, how ever, from his long experience in private and public practice, is disposed to speak favorably in cases where it is applicable, not , omitting the antecedents which spinal may require. Longevity .—There lives at Red Li by the name of Daniel Chambers, that was old last August. He lms always en r do a day's work extensively in England and Ire national usage in surgery, like of its liowev a colored 100 y joyed good health and c a farm. Ho is smart and active, and Rsed spectacles. Brandy wi and tells many interesting remiuiseensos of the the battle of Ho remember vallis, and the surrender of C of Revolution. situatu advertises for a •at any other useful bus! at present stopping with Robert Wug ley street, who will give any specting him that may be required. . He is , »Ship information re a farm, ef PROCEEDINGS OF COURT. Monday, Nov. 21. opened this The Cour irning at 11$ o'clock by the Crier by the New Castle wt eve by The At otal proclamation. The Clerk then called over the list of names of the Magistrates of the county, and those also of the Constables. The Ci here took occasion to express their !grct that the magistrates of the county failed their duty required, on the first to appe day of the court, and hercufter id The ob be found to compel their attendance ; also, that magistrates and constables appearing the first day of the term should he allowed and felt es of till* The Clerk then called the Git d Jury that The Chief Justice said to the Gi usual at the Fall Term deliver a charge to them. The names of the Petit Jury were called by the Clerk; all answered except Samuel Brady, who was excused on account of sickness. A petition of the Rockland Manufactory Com pany was presented to the Court by their At torney, VlctorduPont, asking for a rule of court to appoint freeholders to assess the damages to lands by raising the mill dam of the company; and, also, to say how high such dam shall be raised. The first case called was that of Stale va. Bridget McKivlin, for keeping ft dis •dcrly house. The defendant not appearing when called, the court ordered the hail bond to be forfeited in this case, which was done. The witnesses not being on hand the Attorney G oral ordered attachments to be issued to bring them into court. Mr. Bates made a motion that Joshua Simms and William D. Dorr, and Mr. Gordon also made a motion that Samuel G. Logan be admitted the Bar as Attorneys at Law. The court there upon appointed a committee, to examine these gentlemen The the the by their qualifient! called State va. Richard Bnj aid, for cutting and carrying away trees. This defendant, a negro man, was captain of n sloop, and it was alleged that he went on the land of Win. E. Iliesler, and eut down twenty five trees, on the banks of the Christiana creek. These trees were willows planted by Heislerto protect his land, and the détendant cut them s he says, because they obstructed the f the stream. The Judge in his the jury slated that a vessel must be •k ; that wate shore and cut kept in the slough of the lmd not the right to coi mutilate trees upon the property of ■ithout the owners permission, and that the only question now before the jury was, did down other of the trees? if ho did, he was guilty or. The jury having doubts whether lie was the person who c milled the offence, gave the prisonerthe benefit of these doul of a verdict of not ml rendered soy for State. Gordon for defence, in the case of Win. Mogee vs. Janies Bryan, entofc (' d, leave w •ml the pleadings and to continue otion and by e gi« rt. the case till next io of the examining Mr. drtPont, id Mr.Bates, behalf of Wm.D. Dorr, behalf of Samuel G. Logan reported lav their qualification, and these gentle taking the oath of office, admitted bly Attorneys. , The e • of Bridget McKivlin before being called up, and Bridget being in •cededwith. The evidence oshow that Bridgcthadbeen sellingliifMiV without license in Wilmington; that she had been arrested and taken before »Squire Buzine, where ehe was convicted, but took an appeal from ihe magistrate's decision to the Court of New Cas tle. The first witness called in this case, John the part of the State, was \ s regarded almost every matter that he was asked about. He could not recollect when he had drank any liquor at Bridget's house. He had drank there ; some of the liquor he hud paid for, and some he had for ; in fact he had drank liquor all about i many places that he could not recollect any thing about it. Margaret Ward was also called up to testify, but she knew but little about it. After she was dismissed from the witness box, Montgom ;cr paid of A bile walking across the court-house, going mid Margaret remarked that " they were rear* against grog, she liked it too well for that." Verdict—not guilty. Causey get her the »State. No counsel for the defendant. that of State va. called wa The •xt ca in appeal from the judgment of for Bastardy. The p ras proceeded •erdict of not guilty rendered by Robert Scott, a Justice of the P ecutors not appearing, the c with and instruction of the Attorney General. Andrew Devcr who had been tried in four before a magistrate in Wilmington, and judgment rendered ngninst him, appealed in caeh case to tlic court of New Castle. All four ime. Owing to informality in tho Justice's judgment,» verdict of uot guilty was rendered in each The Attorney General stated that there a prisoner in jail named Emcrick Knowles, for the State of Maryland, there to detain him. The ere tried at of the c of •y committed i and that upon examining into the was not sufficient evide requisition from the Governor of He was, therefore, by has beei in Maryland in this der of the court, discharged from custody. . Earl and wife, the ; of Simps In the ct Sheriff returned the lie two the his writ non to Earl, afterwards bail •if'c, Cepi Corprcs Mr. Booth, counsel for the defendants, •t. to cause Mr. Patterson, bond. asked for a rule of * the plaint lire attorney, to show cr isc of such bail. ■t was then adjourned until 10 o'clock ning. îsday Ti Tuesday, Nov. 22. orning by the crie ,vftB opened thi. at 10 o'clock. In the sc of Cake, Boiilden k Co., against, ge W. Dexter, Mr. Whitcley, counsel for Dexter, made a mot! G< rule by the cour for inquisi •by show cans Dexter's property should not be set aside. Rule was granted. Booth for plain for the plaintiffs tion held up» tiffs. of Naudin k Murphy, against insel for Jones, In the Miles T. Jones, Mr. Rodney, co made a motion that inquisition held upon ido. Gordon the lands of said Jones he set for plaintiffs. •r, negro, nt •aigned John C •t, for stealing a pair of hoots Wm. E. Jnniver, in Red Li The prisoner plead guilty. The • to Wm. E. Janvier tUe sum of $1.50, ;xt be whipped with twelve the highest The he bar of the e Hundred. sentenced him Saturday id be sold id on lashes, bidder in the »Sta servant for a term not exceeding SCVC arraigned for assault kill Hugh Dunlap in Wilming ncr put in a plea of Not Guilvy. The court asked him if he lmd counsel; lie rc tlien asked if lie •liicli he James C •ith intent . The pris He w plied he lmd not. employ counsel, to not. In reply to other ques ii native of Balti cs able wered, he wt ions, he stated that he w more county, hut tlmt for the last si he lmd not resided there, and tlmt he works at blacksmithing nnd boiler making. This i •ho stabbed Dunlap in a boarding the same Wil ir Market, h Second street i liugtun a week or two ail The court assigned M. Spruanco as his coun dirccted to communicate witli the this the sei, who he prisoner, and inform the court how would he ready for trial. The counsel stated he would be ready Wednesday. The court called .Samuel Medium's c when Mr. deaden appeared as his counsel and stated that he was not ready for trial. In the of Captain Martin, his counsel, Mr. Gordon, stated, owning to the absence of not ready for tutorial witnesses, the •ial. Steamboat Thomas A. Morgan against Win. F. Pitfield, Mr. Cooper asked for ft rule appearance and file a Narr by next Mon day at 11 o'clock. Mr. Patterson asked for a rule that tlic late Sheriff Ogle show cause why he detains costs to the amount of $46 00, which has been col lected by two different Sheriffs in the case, which was that of the Wilmington Saving Fund Society ngninst Pyle and others. The rule was granted. The court stated that such a motion should ter a by to he based upon the affidavit of the party ag grieved, and took occasion to say to the members of the bar generally. In the c of Allisôn k Fay against Abigail Ann Brnnann, Administratrix of James Bran dcc'd., Mr. Nields, Counsel for the defence, asked leave that appearance be entered the docket, the matter having been neglected by the Counsel. Mr. Gordon for the Plaintiffs objected, because if the rule was allowed and the appearance entered, the only defence that could he set up was the statute of Limitation, which would not be proper to allow it to be pleaded against a just claim, after the Counsel that side had neglected to appear at the proper time. Mr. Nields stated that he had requested the Prothonotary to endorse his the docket, thinking he had power to do so, which had not been done. it was The Court stated that in such n cr allowable, where judgment had been entered ant of a plea, that the judgment he Ink off, and made to plead only the n ft •its of the and not any technical plea. The Court allowed the motion of Mr. Nields, the docket and hi; cordingly. The Court ruled that the filing of equivalent to affidavit of defense :e. The Court said that it w appear; quisito that Attorneys enter their their own proper hands, so that ever after t hey would he precluded from denying the app ante which they could do if the name w written by the Prothonotary. In the Sheriff Ogle and others, Mr. Wales asked for leave to appear for the défendent, ease where Sheriff Ogle had attached property in the hands of Sheriff Willard for rent in rear. Scott k Hamilton came forward and claiming the goods and chattels, had them replcvined in the hands of Mr. Ogle ; the had been entered on the docket, and nothing of Scott & Hamilton against This was a done with it, Mr. Wales in termination asked for the defen further having I order push the suit above stated, leave dent. The Court grunted louvcjto appear. Oor appe: don for the Plaintiffs. The Court ordered the recognizance of TIio and Jacob Harman to be for M. Hanna feited. Mr. Pattern Sheriff's rc asked leave to amend the ortain ca to the writ ii interested as Counsel. which he w Court adjourned till 3 o'clock, P. M. Aftbiinoon. Samuel G. Simms was admitted ney and counsellor. State vs. Joseph Martin.—Indictment for . C. Gordon for defence* assault Harvey W. Crossley. The p Hundred. sault and battery. G Plead not guilty. The charge was and battery ties live in Red Li i.—The trouble about some Harvey W. Crossley, between Mr. Martin anil potatoes which Mr. Pyle and Mr. Martin had raised shares. The potatoes had been di Sunday morning Martin's wife to get sonic of the potatoes, when I told her that the potatoes had been divided, and where she could find her husband's share; vided, and d assaulted c into the house Martin with a broom handle, and finally drove id after his brother had separated out-of-doors up stairs, and I cf down, he pursued with a sword. Cross-examined by Mr. Gordon.—I work for Mr. Pyle and live with him in a part of Capt. was in the kitchen shaving Martin's house ; when Capt. Martin attacked and I . Capt. Martin rcr had any other difficulty in relation s sitting down when Capt. close to this matter ; I Martin came into the room ; he c rith his fist; he appeared enough to strike very angry; he asked his wife from getting the potatoes ; I told him I had not ; lie then stepped toward ray, that I did not want any do with him ; he then picked up a the head with why I had stopped told him to go thing broom stick and struck vhile, hut it; wo then clinched and tussclcd got apart and I went up stairs, Mr. Martin fol lowing and striking at stairs ; his wife expostulated, and told let her husband go; they sent for Mr. Mar ; Mr. wo clinched again up of d parted tin's brother, who ct Martin then went into his hen I saw him next lie was at the out of the house V person that part of the house ; head of the stairs ; he rt •er told and down the lane ; fight with Capt. Martin and bled him like a pig ; I might have said something about him bleeding like ft hog. The prosecution here eli don stilted that should bring witnesse had id Mr. G( ed, e they tho part of the dele testify to the chart ' the defendant. ter i.—I have known de . Z. Tybout, fendant ; I have a him, bc3t und most respectable citizens. Gt spect and estee high d he hears tho character of • of our Huston, affirmed.—I know Mr. Cross liini ; Ja field near Capt. ley when I Martin's house in company while we were talking, a little girl c haste and torror. be my not hearing ii fi lmt sho said, hut •ell, didn't hot the house rard the house ; I went running , and found Captain Martin Ideeding pro férai wounds his head; the fuscly from taken froi •ord, but it w pacified ; I exeited and said there had Captain got a r Crossley him, when lie bee nt the yard ; lie w id take out the to the back kitchen door but couldn't • hi been tv fuss; ho up stairs; :ord from him, back and get in; he then while up there David took the and it was hid ; didn't il i known Capt, Murtin for about scable und with it; I lmv a year, and believe him to be a p good citizen. rc lie dc .—Have know ,and have always eonsider orderly, peaceable and well-behaved Wm. G. Whiteley, sw fondant eight y cd him citizen. The by counsel, after in a short time returned a verdict—Not Guilty. Wednesday Morning. Staters. .Samuel McClanc.—Indictment 1« r keeping a disorderly house/ Will. II. Clcftdcn d J. II. Booth for defence. •as argued at considerable length ,'hlch the jury retired, and at the Mu. —Samuel McClune Robcrt Taylor, keeps a house adjoining mine, for the sale to colored persons, and others both male rd before and female. There has been a the house and blocking up the pavement. Per sons have applied to interfere, to preserve order. Myself and the public felt annoyed by the noise of fiddling the pavement, altreated ; to ask the authorities d and dancing and the c The d about his house have and thrown stones through my window.— is proprietor of this Me Li lms the control, 's house is three ine. We have had a quarrel ,except of the conduct of the negroes who congregate there. Have heard the people of the neighborhood making complaints of the house. Direct—Saw disorderly persons coming out of the house when McL have had to step into the street Cross-examined.—McLr doors fre about r property. We have such as ni get by the c iVd. Chftlklcy J. Walton, affirmed.—Have <1 about MeLnnc's house; mostly negroes; Have disorderly and making a loud seen them pouring out liquor. Malakai Mason, house; but have the —Have been i the house, r any disorder i the pavement all along there ; have made a hundred arsests from that •iglipor hood ; think as many noisy people came out of houseabove as out of McL For the defence, J. M. Mogee w have been in McLane's house the 1—I time; 1 live next door; I have disturbance in McLane's disturbance in week for known of house ; never heard any noi front of McLane's that annoyed MeLane drive the crowd off his pavement. hoard James McKcnney, swt disturbance it ii McLane's house ; because there is n e's house is in any the er •d is brought the coal box to lean against; McL Tatnall street, above Fifth ; I live next door ; •er heard any noise that disturbed I The case was submitted without argument, and the jury, after a short absence, returned a verdict of guilty, and McL pay $2 State va. Phillip Matthews.—Indictment for sault and battery. W. O'D ssentenced id for de i.—Mr. Matthews Win. W. Simmons, sw damaged a pavement of for it ; refe line and I sued him id they went nrard ; he .•ere appointed the pavement to settle their •thing out veil rli ich I replied, "It of a b—h. right;'' be then called >d then struck Win. Silver, sworn.—In June last suit w by Mr. Simmons against Mr. yc with his fist. the ehi entered before Matthews for trespass ; while the referees w the pavement Mr. Matthews struck Mr. the chin. out Simmons e up to strike 3-Examined.—Matthews i Simmons, and made This closed the evidence, and the Cr submitted without argument, and the jury re turned a verdict of not guilty. Matthews wi fine of $5. e to the Atlo •y tien The Court gave er with tiie bill charging Abn III oraltha d jury; also the bills against Robert Blake, and Tlios. der had been ignored by the gri Wright, for larceny ick Coyle.—Indictment for lar ey. Mr. Geary for defence. The indi State va. P ealing a watch valued at charges Coyle with Edward Shipley. 15 fro sitting door; Patrick Coyle, Margaret Ward and some others came up and took off my breast pin and ring; thought they wanted to look them and intended to give them hack to Coyle then took off my watch and I asked him to give it back to me ; but he walked off down the street ; I found he would not give it back, I went for constable Karr. (The watch shown.) That looks like the watch I bought from Ziba Ferris. Cross-examined.—I was not so drunk as to be unable to tell what I was doing ; I was ly ing on a cellar door between King and Shipley; had been lying there for two hours ; I had been drinking; I got a drink at the spring; lmd been drinking liquor; they wakened me up ; didn't ask Coyle to take the watch to n lady at the corner of Waterand Market ; didn't resist when Edward Shipley, eel hi they went to take the things, for I thought they only wanted to look at them ; it was about daybreak ; I dind't .know Coyle, knew Miss Ward, had been in her company in the city Hall cells; she had always used cells; right. Direct resumed.—As lie got the watch he walked off and I followed after, demanding it hack again ; he took it without my consent. David L. Moody, .—Edward Shipley the 13th of August , and I went to a a Mr. Karr called up( last; Mr. Karr called upon the Old Church, where I found ested house Patrick Coyle and Margaret Ward ; I Coyle and took this watch (watch shown) from his pocket; he was not drunk. The State hero closed. y Margaret Ward, fi defer \fith Coyle when he got the watch. It was at •r of Fourth and Market. Ed. Shipley •as laying in the gutter drunk. He called Coyle d pick him up. lie wanted Coyle to take his watch and give it to Mrs. Cox. lie ok the watch out of his pocket and put the •ound Coyle's neck, and, after consider able hesitancy, be agreed to take it down. It was at five o'clock in the morning. The plenty of people passing. the ct guard Cross-examined—We went to Mrs. Cox's to in market. give the watch up but Mrs. Cox Mr. Moody, recalled—Margaret Ward's gen bad timt I oral character for veracity i would not believe her upon her oath. The ease was then submitted without, argu •nt , and the jury returned a verdict of guilty. Adjourned. Day.— On Thursday last, the for a day of generally ob commu part by the Govcr day set ,1 Fniynr, w Thanksgiving ily by closing tliei »83. The day passed off remarkably quiet for ion of tlic kind. Market street .—On Thursday hist, i L> in Eighth street, id Market, a Gold Chain, Second and Ninth, bctweei between J eiferst d Medallion attached. The tinder B. T. •ith Pencil ill he suitably rewarded by leaving it Cox's Ambrotype rooms, No. 315 Market street, the office oftheDBLAWABB Inquirer. * I860.—As we Trade v 1859 AN Tub Ct 3 some «lays ago, the fall off, and unless intimated might be the ceipts of wheat begh cent advances in price rcnewedly stimu ers to sell, it is probable that the »f that grain at this point will not ex bushels per day until next spring. the other band,contra the Into fu coed 40, The •eipts of to augment, and the subject of the great interest in the »State of Illinois for the next six •ement of the c months will he the which promis iu quantity than that of wheat,and the surplus î beyond tho requirements for home consumption will probably exceed that of any previous I y,»ar .—Chicago Democrat. -crop to be eight to ten times larger BUSINESS NATTERS. of jge?" Caleb .Stroud k Son, dealers in fertili zers, at the corner of Front and Tatnall Streets, continue to deal in ground and calcined plas ter, bone dust and fertilizers. This firm have shinery for carrying their business,and we believe that they have ufactory of this kind in the complete steam the only county. Farmers will find it Messrs. Stroud k Son and their adv tage to call what improved fertilizers they have before they purchase elsewhsrc. irehant tailor, New tiHHF Michael Connolly, Castle, is just exactly the embodiment of all the perfections in the tailoring business. He keeps a complete assortment of goods i line of business which he makes up terras and nt the shortest notice. The country round should bear in mind that bis place of business is in New Castle, opposite his liberal whole Brumfield's Hotel. AS?* Edward Mclnall, Druggist, in Market for the times. below Second Street, is the Being a practical Chemist, he understands the and the prepara compounding of medici tion of Physicians' prescriptions correctly.— His business is large and increasing. The peo ple know where to procure cheap medicines. old residenter of Thomas Mathers, this city, carries on the business of plumbing, in Fourth Street, between Orange and Tatnall. Mr. Mathers enjoys a world-wide reputation in his business, which he still prosecutes at his old stand. Orders left at his shop will be promptly attended to. JBéi?" Dr. A. II. Griiushaw advertises Huge and a great many useful articles to he had at his store in Market Street, above Sixth. The Doctor is well-known in the community as a gentlemanly and efficient druggist,and one who continues to adapt himself to the wants of the public. John Logan will sell, to-day, at 2 o' clock, P. M., at Talley ville, some very valuable Real Estate, situated in Brandywine Hundred, a portion of which are good business stands for a wheelwright or blacksmith. Mechanics who would like to step into good business stands will do well to attend the sale. Ifäjy Nebcker k Tatnall, lumber dealers, at »lie foot of Market Street,have a very large as sortment of all kinds of chased and examine their stock. •d lumber, is. Call liberal tet ivliicli he p jjfer John McEhvoe, No. 106 Shipley Street, , manu fact s all kinds of sole and upper leather. many of lms pulled the State Isaac Updike, well knowi get stakes from Newport, of Virginb Thursday's edition of the communication Mu. Kdito there appears Repubti signed "Enquirer,'' and wish which I take exceptions independent visit reply through y Ho says that he took ecasion sheet. the Council chamber the last ccting night ; a Ills fo »ledge ii fully strengthened i there was very little k views, thft ider discuBsb the subject that body The market question. And undertaks id the rest, of the lighten the City Fathers citizens. But, how does he d showing what claim the farmers have in by what right they are allowed •than they it. Not by city, rats in Wilniingto y other have in Philadelphia, Baltimore ot large city, where there are restrictions agaii it. And where it is to be supposed the ma' has been fully discussed, and where there is doubt some wisdom in their Councils. to do it by asking a question appeal to the pockets of without showing the fairness of the *hich "How much the citizens the market strictions He endeav which is intended citize plan. He says the only quest!« any delay i rilling to pay the Butchers in than they would if all taken off the sale of meat, and that he be for their meat •«•,1 lieves the citizens pay ,'er what they would if all restriction was taken off the sale of it, than the rent of the market bouses amounts to." tiie writer signs his name "Enquirer," I suppose he would like to be enlightened this subject, but whether or not, I will cndca to show him and other citizens that his very selfish Hei doubt a house the street views keeper and buys some meat easionally, if lie don't live oil' the smell of his neighbor's dinner pot. But whether he is a housekeeper or a boarder at some cheap board ing house, expecting the board to come down r o and a quarter per week, if the restric tion is taken off the sale of meats, the motive which prompted him to write the communion less than selfishness, of that class who tion is neither Now, Mr. Enquirer, I charging y than y ; for y much -•ould have to pay if the restrictions taken off the sale of it. I proud of belonging to that honorable profession. 1 have been raised to it, have followed a boy, Winter and summer, ruin and shine. I have been a tenant of the city for a number of be protected by my land and expect lords. I*don't want them to rent part of a shed of about the size of ft grave a high rent for the y three by six, and charge purpose of selling meats in, and then say " in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and _ gentlemen, bring can get it here before it is spoil Mr. far Maryland, meat, if y •11 it little so, y matter if it i c'iUf, CUt 1 y cheap. ' bog, will \lo y r yc x, or y roll, r two, until the smell (male keep away for a week has left the p thing for selling y sell it to butchers do. a,) ivo won't clmrgc j meat in c a little less than When your stock from the house butchers. They go to the West for • city, only ■colly yilMuivo it if they have I it. They • paying us the privilege of selling r own interest, tho purchases of tcresl to look i : would lie the language of (he C( •nlity, if they do dopt y •ut, hut w ist lew look to . It t« Such, Mr. Enquirer, cils, if . not. restrict the ir suggestions, think the five hundred ii them. sale of inclined t( then I » thousand dollar Ik mrket stalls the cheap stands on the street«. •spectable,orderly class ol say the fered instead of having a • large enough i s there i ; speaking of them personally) houses, supplying the citi only regular victuallers, umbers (nt •ke fill both zens with ns good •ket i eek, day i the days, hut would lu very with rs" dispeuisng old cows and kitten professional victuallers would ul with tho dust i.lcwiilk "Ski veal, (such be aslmmcd of the streets which yc less than the regular 1» good well b d parboiled by the rays of the , Mr. Enquirer, ci chers m •ould sell yc •bered, well handled 5 down to show And as you have cc •P rings in the way of buying •ket houses lost small think the reve the city, would count about us heavy i creased taxes, which ;c, would be about ns in purchasing As for y of the Bits. ings the subject of tho Hucksters stands, 1 will hand y. of the numerous ladies who are engaged in that particular branch, subject with y l have wisdom of the C have to think that they, practical knowledge about the subject to do what will be right about this quest! ho will discuss the confidence in the sagacity and •il, than von, Mr. Enquirer little a body, have leave the perfectly satisfied citizen, looking to lic interest « them • thriving city and her citi/.( YICTUALLER. FECfM CHARLESTOWN, VA. Grand Military Review. INTERVIEW OK GOV. WISE WITH THE PRISONERS—NO CHANGE FOR THEM— HE URGES THEM TO PREPARE FOR DEATH—BROWN READY TO DIE—COOK PREFERS TO HE SHOT—SOUTH CARO LINA TENDERS HER ASSISTANCE—THE RESCUE MOVEMENT—THE "ARMY" FOR THE RESCUEOFBROWN—AID FORJOHN BROWN'S FAMILY. the spoilt in a grand military parade and review by Governor Wise. During the afternoon the Governor and his stall' bad a long interview with the condemned. The Governor urged preparing for death, as the court would be carried out without any iutcr his part. Brown declared himself prepared to die. He justified his course, only regretting his error in not allowing the train to pass without inter ruption. Cook said he was willing to be shot, but al ways had a great repugnance to hanging. Governor Wise said that Coppee was the only that lie had ever thought of commuting; hut now he had determined to hang them all. Governor Wise yesterday received a despatch from the Governor of South Carolina, tendering him any amount of military aid in the defence of Virginia. Governor Wise replied by thank ing him for the offer, but assuring the Govern that Virginia was able to defend herself. The Richmond military were all ordered to return home yesterday, hut the people protested against such a course, declaring that if there y necessity for them to come that neces sity still existed. Finally, Governor Wi de red two Richmond companies to remain, and also the Petersburg Artillery. .Several of the Richmond companies started for home this morning, and others will go to morrow. Governor Wise and his staff left this morning. He expresses his intention of having a thousand military present on the day of tuition. IlAiti'Kn's Funny, Nov. 22.—Evening.—Gov. stopping with Col. Barbour, all them the necessity of of the fere d staff superintendent of the army. The Governor states that lie has made every to protect the community and the doubt of a determined •ement through thc Northern and Western States to rescue Brown, and exhibits a number of letters from sponsible parties in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and New York, urging them to be prepared for par ties forming in those States. The Blues go to Mnrtinsburg to-night, and Col. Smith, of the Virginia Military institute, with the cadets and howitzers, have been dcretl to Charlestown. Governor Wise will return to Richmond to prove *rs. He has and thoroughly organized psis , Nov. 22. —United States Marshal Johnson, of Ohio, says that the report of his having sent a message to Gov. Wise, informing him of the organization of an army in that State of Brown, is without foundation. Boston, Nov. 22. —The meeting at Tremont Temple, on Saturday evening, collected up wards of $100 for the benefit of John Brown's family. for tiie rose fror I ho Dola HISTORICAL ENIGMA. posed of 42 letters. as the greatest of the My 1, », 10, 3, 18, 13, epic poets of modern times. My 17,30, 10, 30, 5, 8, 11,30, 14, was a Roman didactic poet. My 31, 2, 10, 23, 13, w eminent English the immediate philosopher. My 7, 31, 3ft, 12, 4, 15, 6, w proginator of the Hebrew a Greek poet. ,11 42,3! A 36, 21, 13, was a celebrated compose My 4, of eminent Grecian philosophe Mv 27, :t: My 10,2, .r 18, was a Roman orator. *, 23, 40, was the name i distinguished Btates rred 3! 3f 14, of a hat tie fought My 2ft, 11, 3, 38, Wt My whole is a during arkablc event that lent times. CAROLINA. MARRIED. On the morning of the 10th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hreek, at ihe residence of the bride's father, Mr. Louis J. Hoitard, M. D., to Miss Amelia P. Jkffehis, daughter of Dr. K. Jelleris, all of this city. ii By f!" WILMINGTON PRICE CURRENT. A BROTHER. No - $6 87@5 r. per barrel, from nsliol - î A' AgOlia 1 3 ■new 72 -ol<l ; Ii it • per 100 Ul«. ckwli 4 75 .*(•«•«1 per biihlie ■ 18 Timothy Beeil l co y, - PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. tuber 25th, 1860. Nc $6 50 Flour, per barrel, R.v 3 87 Me bust.fl, . hi" Ry 78 Timothy, " Flaxseed, « Whiskey, per gallon, i 28 Lectures ol* the Wilmington Institute. aged for the present •rut Course ofLecturoe rpiiK following d umtertl lie Huxincc« III tin» « mil J. II. HAGANY, of Hr«» Ï. Dec. 1st. CIiiii Ick iM .1* »II N I'. hUI.vii, New York, Thursday ursdny, y evening, lock. Mem lunpsliirc, r n Dee. 8th. GKO. \V Dee. "i !.. UllTIB, of . 1 Gilt in Y : ing a Leotun ' ill b othc : «fei î««* l. I" bi-r«liii> to It ki t« of M mittcc or tlirougii the - i»k I lit the llio L lli< HAM'L. BIDDLE. | H. ADAM8.I I. T. HKALD, Lecture Cm ANTED.—A SITUATION BY A YOUNG W lu-arty, nble-bmlli!.! \ For further jmr r'AGNEB, rk. Thi« in kind of; m any kind of I 110 BE ticillll 2 Shipley N AG A NY, GEORGE H id Shipky ig HOOTS ur of WI I i« «'.m c : \M> •tii fo prie. •Ring tl rk g ult kind VirnlNli co' •low wlint ilfidelphiii li kind. think it utility by 1' > : ■ dt It forty or Rlly j th; will h ill ». nov 2 »l y BUDDY, CORNER rrllINGS WORTH K NO WING L .«• -ill Murki-t street, ha« cot tho large CHI ill V' lit-oh -fo: P-i ATTENTION 1 -11 D ealers i RODDY hu« Ju I «ul** ell.' ADIES AI •> n • lOVSJ TOYS 1 tin ir T. ir t Ith«' h» rk< »! in ttm.r will v ^ ino country II« Holiday* of i iii I, fl.il.« •! UM ELASTIC BALLS OF EVERY (J at «.catty re. 1 M DOLLS AND TOYS OF I (1 11 ELAST !OMMON CANDIES ii.icii.hi.i iniikur«. /vUR FINE AND *\. .Kill ARDS, FARROW & E il ' . -I ND MAN No. ft th ul À'fllkHlHt tl ■I «a th «.ly« iiiin.l. irivo II« n nil l,oi'» r- will do • »•it »ln «•I« T. J. BENNETT'S lontcco AND sl'.f. Alt «TOBE. T ötreetH. ne«, Borii Cm»-* and «cpl7-ft m R«!»«* 1 vit* LEMON & CQ., ORNAMENTAL CANDIES. CAKES, Ac., fectiouary li •il Market LAIN 1' uybchuil . Mil 1.1 ML fiintidi ■: «ii.! tl. iiovia-ly IM. •"ftt ANDY ED AT LEMON A Ari't . V *'< î A 3.1. butwuur OTII ANNUAL ANNOINCEMKNT ! CONTINUED SUCCESS OF THE COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATION. r.v nut rilHTH to sixth year.) a *l»p I" n, Art IuHtitiitioii. (now ill I that of any a member by ii.lwcrll.lng $.1 Any jioreon «hieb «in entl l«t. Tlif! beautiful uteel engraving, * Slmk«i>eare and bin Friend«.'' o elegantly Illiihtrntod Art .1. copy of ye >u AduiiHHlon to the OaHcric«, MS Broad A Free S„ ddition to vaJi lit dr ol At tftv Ai by flic III U F-rHc lilt i liiul .1 ■I rip l.v FltlE> IS Of SlIAKI'SPEARE I it h of tlu- ; y turip- Hi 30 by 3S inchuN, I i>r ti..- will Ih of <• > placed wllb bo« -I' i-li li pri b papi the .ffle by ill, wiili it of It t, - - "i Sllr . the Art Ji uaL o I ill« of Tllen r-l\ til II ' ' ' : i luy tl will ■ llio I baeribora. Ini^e rabHcrijirtioo. Thaw re c.l.'derby, C. A. A. d 54* «roadway, New Yorl inittin« $15 « Address 83 " Snbricrii>tions alno r < dtl red ILL! AM u. w •t. for Will* by nil ivJ'J No. 022 Kilip Y Kit 'S PREPARATIONS. A CHERRY PECTORAL, CATHARTIC SARSAPARILLA, AfSUE CURE. Any of those popular Family J. C. Ayer A Co., of Lowell, Mass., can be obtained of K. BRINGUUR8T A CO.. retail Druggists, is for Wilniingto eines, mann far lim'd by Cu 1ST PUBLISHED. J pt MES OF COL. DANIEL of the Ki •f Hie ImnM t of K bin of bicli ta mlili-it Col. B. •l.v publtailed In .InlH, F il ml tii* pl' dli : itcd IV '•Colonel Daniel . in, ; that this country In SC id ki-tl w originality cntiiil in one of ting 1-eriod f C tlni tv tu tti rally iickiu.wl I havl ling Bonnet ml« rlii Htttll fo I k* of th< n hi h I id the prumiii I lii« uuritxl of t(iatri-HH a.iil ].i-ril. to the lionorjof the title of fou iitnl> affair« oft I iky I2nirt.. cloth, ami it llINt witli tin f either SB ta. .me (lift kith .» $100, Will I I" United St I" «1« l>u -I Him 1" in til mil h m «».light hltalimi ii ill I h Nik Kivou a itli ay, worth from fifty c dml dollii The Pn i« I» 1 utility and of lll>l Silk lire«* elry. Hih I'll! o of Book lii.-li ilk i.t fin >!<■ l i. I will kill I» ■ ; n Mint il |.|H ;yu r KORUEU. EVANS :ilur ttf til« (iift It. Publisher ami 'nul Htroet, l'liiliukl|iliiu. No. 431 K\V PUBLICATIONS. N A NEW BOOK, «ink. a II« Book of I ■ : : Ami MEMOIR OF ROBERT HOUDIW, id Pm i. No >r Eiiuii «tor, Author. Couj , Knrhni l.y hum Miu-kt-uxie, with a copioi itaBook ta full of Ini >1 ili H f the droit VVi/.nnl w ml »i dtatiiijrutalitxl "I hit ■I RfkV |inCfR. Price $1. B iimdl l for , .l.litk Ial pi in to $100 will |Ki tiff/' b fdo (h : bi« ike ll litti rilli A î ok tmiixiir imi.v ill« "lj"l - it« I rkuWi ok. II i>. k-li i tii il I H«i .r I. I.a ; liiibH An. ■ It« lively. II«. llist.H i ill El ri< î tii ml pr Btic «.*.p ; ■ nil I it uku ,.« wlikh unit ■ ik th «tor ltevk-w.l [From Hi it h OW lllllt c i •>' 'OI.J. Ill i tl « ol Robert 11 l'l <J I'.oiu ii 8tt I'liibi No. 430 <' to whom all ordere «hont« MBHB LOOK TO YOUR N SUR ANC K.—F i lullte Company. Horn«, k Li U.t ; amt Mill WEST BRANCH INSURANCE COMPANY xriTAL $300,000. cillant and I«*«, inxuml agi A. I'OULSON , Cattle ial Agent. death. daily ta MECHANICS and other*, dependent on yo enure for «iekne«* while in hnnlth. «une !■ riet. uIhiyoT hird, in the <khl Fellow«' Hall K pr . Weekly pt Ii ick, promptly nt UiiaotHe A. I'OULSON INSURANCE against low l.y Fire. BuUdln A. I'OULSON, (tali' î while « iude lope , General Agent. Mcruhan «lise, Fori MARINE INSURANCE.—On VohhdI«, Boat«. Carguo-. Merchandise tran*p«.rt« d on River, Canal A. I'OULSON, General Agent. Freigilt«, and or KailrotuL 'oliciesare isauod fron LIFE INSURANCE COM FAN Y > iiiHiiru tlicir live«. Capital two A. POUMON, General Agent, 305 King Street, above 3d, Wilmiugtou, Del. tcHtiinnnial from punition of the G «epl tho followit F. PACKER, allowing th lie nyi . l : ' ith the Di am personally neqnni ftho West Branch In ick Hu their high el •r tlicir mi uanagod, cheerfully b . A sir I lly b î ulfi leti it BUHtainB honorably a.lj WM. F. PACKER. V". », Clin ton Co l/ock Hnv G reat improvements in wash ING CLOTHES! Good new« for the Wu*h-W..nmi TIIE EMANCIPATOR I« h( Coi Ih. Kuh. R It vor tii» "id Tiie Latxi DOBDKLI r Saving Maeliii «'S FACTORY, I* wiihIi Clot I hi •y l luti ently hut v id liiiin half halfin Hard Soup I din Hu I •l ta J flier d uly Î id I «• all rijtli Mi .î î.. MACHINE. I« tin- \\ rl ! luv«, but tl 1*1*1 liait Un ie in foi ii •b. «b lirtt.l fa. •in So, ••Hr. M ll 'AY! KU, «epI7-tf id. ffU mingtoi Lobdoir« I» RE BRANDY .—1 HAVE UDOLPIIO ...ttii'd in 1''« •• re| î id A lh Uhu Toile ■ DM A fol -'I die i' ALL'S D AND BALLS SERVED WIT ..r KBFKK8HM ENTS io«. Ac. «'all ul RODDY J )ARTIES a«;; ifrctl. ,1; : JJRE AKFAST, DINNER AND SUPPER lOHN BUDDY ( 1 ENUINE MERC'II ARI JT at BUDDY'S In 4 JÄRSAPARILLA FOUNTAIN MEAD— \ H most deuciouH beverag« at BUDDY'S Ice Crcaiu Baloou N E W BAR TUBES I Market at root. 'UK W HISTLING BALLOON TOY Morknt « / (lllLDIlENS* CO AU I - Chil •- N -■*!'• IF Yiif IE 8 i 221 4 ai T". S ! TOYS!- If.v. T rk. BUDDY'S, A GOOD ill ( ANDY.. w i. M- lNU.l.'H Dr •OU .L M Ft.' YES ■ AT E. MEDIC 'AM 11 A* •I! UYSAGE B ÜB MAKERS, At tïi u AGE FOR SA I i^AGE! SAGE SEASON AN FK Es II AT ;e i AGE \. S OW IS THE TIME AND NOW K E N 1. a r ulw j^AWE ! SAGE SAGE ! ! UY M ''' '»N »DD Y' OHN A 1 K 1 N, WHOLESALE AN .1 «TKR, RET F. ;,.'n. Del. Hi rtn.l Market Str «I'mU» s INDIAN K ut K. MclN ALL'S o ONGWUKTIl'8 BRANDY. At 1, If u 11 iu r KECK I' .r, i.t ml for «ul BUDDY'8, N ny> Mu \irKOBT LAUDANUM, CAEAl' AT H I» H HURST'S. no. l L'OTASll. Jl i ol ) FOR SALK . him N'uii ;.i7 M.