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I'UDI.ISHKD DAIUY,
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BOKKAI.I.. ATftRLI A MAHON;
'.'ai. 1 -' I
The Enterprise! will I» delivered to subscribers
per week',
in Uie City and suburb», at si
payable tq tlté Corrieret) niai led from the
tjireu dollars « -yuar, in advauce; single
one cent: Tin* Daily will give the
by Telograplnatid otberWi»*r**» to two i
A. M., and lie nerved Ibinuglioul till' City before
Minrine, every iuorniiif>, except Sunday. »»I i ,: ;i
» O^a,
• < lot k,
TO FÀEUtïES A?b) PLANTERS.
yyE -WXAULD CALL THE ATTENTION
f Fuifottrfc abd' PluhlcrB, (o
well assorted alock (>l\.v*Ju»ibfo 1 fo/^4i/.rrH.
NVc hyvp ifJVf if «ty<y I u o J «I L Ï . /.
100 T
I 10 fin
large ami
Nu.
i n
•.% -71)0
•100 " >lilol*l A. Croéeikilfl lift
Uhl UumcsaV Wilan *.i, ImK..
100 Bids. Rhode« »V. iio.
100 Alton A Needles
Du I Ws salt, «A luü
50
And lur aalu by
NEW MUSIC STORE.
• ' Dufiy& Millet,
A. 11
No. I GO Market St. above .Seventh, between St.
Paul's M. E. rhurcli, and Uar{N:r'ii Piali« U.
Wore room, Wilmington, Del.
The Inlt'.'t Musie ajwiiyiltou linnd. Alsfi ligp
I list nouants, String«, &.c. 12iw
WTtMTNGtON IRON FOUJTDRY.
BETTS & SEAL,
IRON AN I) BRASS FOUNDERS,
Comer of Eighth and Orange Sts. *
Wilmington, Del.
iVAliD ÜKTTS. [6-GmJ JOHIIUA SBAfc.
I^Mill) EXTRACTS—A great variety.. The
-I small doses of thewe preparations render
very desirable, CRiiceiully in cases of chil.
lor solo and made «t GRIMSHAW'S.
dr
STOVES! STOVES!!
/- t o TO II, K FICkT.BS, No. 5 Eu.t I'oartli
v J Streut, Wilmington, Del., if you want to biiy
u cheap and good Cook or Parlor Stove. He hu»
on bund all the host patterns in the niurket, such
as the Globe, Air-Tight, William IV
patterns *f Complete», und all kinds of Parlor
Stove», cVed fc'
JOHN J. WALRAVEN.
Wholesale nnd Retail
, various
Hosiery, Trimming
No. l!)7 Market Street, between Seventh and
Eighth Streets, Wilmington, Del. 5
CTKEAT BARGAINS IN
CLOTHING.
Variety Store, »
A VINO now
- arid Su up I
at prices that ofli
chaser». 'I'liose in wbri* A Clothing will find the
greatest variety of gar i .uts.unBurpnmeii in style
of inuuiifucturc un<l quality of material, from
which selections u> y he mad»
SUIT ALL Ct AMBU OF CUSTOMERS.
Super und -"odium Cloth Dress and Frock
Coat»; Bu-it)' t» Coats of evory description,
got Iter wiiti « grout variety of Pant», Vest», St, e.,
" Ft>!U '*1*^<•
• 11
completed u,ir Stock of Spring
ier ('LoTImNG, we urc selling
•r tiriiUu. r udläccmcnu to nur
got Iter wiiti « grout variety of Pant», Vest», St, e.,
" ly,,,. '■7~^:Vtft!^ Ft>!U '*1*^<•
) 1 $OL<^ION PRELL, Agi jt
▼ île. '«{.Market 8t.,'bét.
Wilmingtbii, Del
Clothing of all dcEcriplibn« or
Imnd.
5.1
JOHN A. DUNCAN, .
Importe? bf Hardware and Cutlery,
No. 62 MARKET STREET.
Wilmington, Del.
Domestic Hardware, Glass, Whim and R
Leads und other Puinls, Oils, Vurnishes, &c. 1 in
BRADFORD & STEPHENS,
• of Third and Market Streets .
WIIOI.KSALB AKt) It^AIL
Dealers in Paints, Oil*, Glass & Putty,
Bnwhos, Looking Gla*s Plate», Tar, White
Lead, Varnish, Ac.
< -,
Mn
ALLMOND'S
INDIAN QUEEN HOTEL
WILMINGTON, DEL.
R eduction of/tuk ituckok hoard
to suit the times.
OP* Ih>" r, i reduced from $2 to 51 5<)|»er day.
1 Do convoniom-i * of this House arc unsur
passed by any other Hotel in the Stale, und the
recent additions, alterations and improvement*
for the comfort of
»irod.
9-1 w
guest*, leave nothing to be de
CHAS. M. ALLMOND,
Proprietor.
GIFT BOOKS 1
ot
On the only Correct I'riuriuie.
I >ROCDRE our H|»ccial ('atuloguc.
1 ItiHik» usually sold for 91. Pay for the ^... v
only 95 to fil! « ont«, und with the bulimco in C-mkiT
purchase " Gift^' when und where you please
and suited to your <iwri tartes. Try if, and : be
*ure lo patronize home in the transaction.
J. T. HEALD,
127 Murket street,
Wilmin
II
GREAT BARGAINS AT
THE OLD DELAWARE BOOK STORE.
Ill Markkt Sturbt.
jT>GOK8, : STATIONARY; AND FANCY
F<mcAm' Wll0, '" ,a,p nnd î^c,,,i, • diieap
A large nseortinciit of Tbeological Works by
the liest author*. 3
C hurch Books, und the nuwc*tChurch publica
tion* always
hand.
l.ivingMlon'. Africa, Itarüf» Africa, Bayard
i uylor a Nortrtcrn Travel, ami all tlm new puiili
catiaiia of the day. Soiling 20 |»r cent. Imlow
kotstr^bt"' u > MAIi -
nwHuarr price.paid por i uus
i.tf »•<.
of
THOR ROBERTS.
Have your own Die or Stamp.
fpilR chca|ie.t umi „„»t .atiafaettwy ..dver
■mi A""" e A. Ii G. McCLEMENT,
Die »Sinkers, Engri
ope Manufactiircrs.
O- ?s£'"i - cir .enlura,* I.afKito, Ac, Olli.
t-inl Seals, Hand Presse», Ate.
Ordei»..,lon„ In a tasteful style with punctuality
ami d e s pat ch, rent I n all n,g^f il.. , ; „ ul , try .
C ill Burning l-'lliidtilrnd f:ctrucu"s/ru^
Store i. tim )ilncc, » 8
BOYD & H0UG1*,
. ES- A IE - GROCERS,
No. 17 «oiitli Water Street, J
Philadelphia.
f8-3m] johk l. Hou«n.
KD.
8, Printore, and Kovel.
t
a t
at
W HOL
WH. 8.
I
I
ilt^mi-aMwaJ
ENTÉRPEISÈ IS THE SOÜL OF COMMEHCE.
_—
--
H. X. B0H8ALL, Editor.
PRICE ORE CERT.
/
~gf: rttTTT
*
WILMINGTON, DEL., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 185S.
VOL. I.
NO. 13.
IpYtM fjl ÏÉXfrtUcTS Poll THE
INTEKESTING REMINISCENCES.
I
AMUSEMENTS.
I
1 Strimple'i Melodeon.
King at. bel. Seooh'd:
uiMPLK k Son
ANNON

Propkikto&s
Stage Managhh.
I*.
April 20th, l& r »8.
He-opening of tliv Old Favorit« I'Jaco ef.AtuUHe
mm (, y u New Star Conipany, wliicli
I comprised the following
•"[ii » i Performer*—
MISS MARY VINCENT,
AUGUST A.
JIM LEWIS,
BILL LACOÜNT ' "
PÇIL GANNONj _
JOHN YVOKfta
HI .1
M
. !
. r ;
AND OTH®R^
Tile above Company will Appear in a clmice
Selection qf Songs, Dances, Ac. The I'erfon
malice will conclude every evening with the
Coutic opera of .
U.
O I1USII.
Admission' only
10 cents
Don't forget THIS EVENING
Odd Fellows Hall.
The colebruteil
MR. & MRS. FRANK DKKVV.
.Will give two ol tlicir Drawing Room Entortuiu.
merits at tho above plaoe on
SATURDAY AND MONDAY EVENINGS,
April 24th and 26t!i, % '
Wlnjn they will introduce in Song, Dance,
Sketch and Burlesque extravagant Characteristic»
Of AMERICA,
ENGLAND. ^ . < {l H
IRELAND &
GERMANY,
Tlmt Hava licen received in cities Uiroug|iout the
Union with the most unbounded applau»e.
i 25 ct»., Reserved Seat» 3fi et»,
rs ppjjiiAt r^clock. .EnUrtuimuent to coin
I.K>k u|M'n fru^t
FRANK SHELL'S VARIETIES.
KHIO ta.la*w TIJlRp. .(Pgoq.aMjy Mulling.
>rc have gamed the Ascendency.
Immense success of TOM BROOKFIELD,
The great Champion Rnttlo Snake Jig
•nd Ethiopian DeHuoator. HARRY K
the Unrivalled Banjoiitt, in new songs, etc.
h M'lle EMMA SHELL, the young
American Star Duusuchc und Comic V_
W. T. DENNISON, tho celebrated Tenoi
Singer, from the Olympic and BrowdWuy Tltrnlrc
»New York.
Admiinton
Dancer,
ENTON,
unrivalled
oeulißt.
I FRANK SHELL, the
vot singt, will np.
budget of oemic
I Performance to conclude with a
•arce never before represented, and written ex.
pressiy n»r Frank Shell'« Varieties, entitled
fiAM MURPHY ; or the Irish Pedler.
Doors open ut 7 o'clock. Commence quarter to 8.
Admission, 10 cents.
N. B.—Change of programme every
entirely
and duets.
ming.
toywaie by
ii.iw
No. 141 Market Street,
_Plisladclpliia.
"BUY YOUR BOOKS AT HOME. '
E ach reader of the enterprise
1 * invited to call and receive one of our spe
ciul and pricod Catalogues, comprising
tJ ,p cheapest Books in the United Statos7
J. T. HEALD,
127 Market SL
bf
11.3inr
Wilmiqglon, Del
M. H. M'VEY,
Haalvry, Trimming and Variety Stare,
No. 64 Market Street,
Wilmington, Del.
A merican medicated hair oil.
, . V ,i l t)il . ia highly perfumed with costly
material. It removes scurf and dandruff,
beautifies tho hair, causing it to
glossy apjMiurance.
Prepared arid sold only by
Dr. J. SIMM'
.
a rich and
«.y L f 4* »At SON,
W Fdurth and King street«, Wilmington
ORM LOZENGES—Grimshaw's Santu
nine Veriniflige—No Secret Remedy—
certain, oafe and palatable. Try them. Manu
facturcd and for sale, Wholesale und retail ut
Dr GRIMSHAW'S, No. 161 Market street. 8
MoINALL'S BULLETIN.
42 MARKET STREET.
TJROF. WOOD'S hair restorer, ho* u high r
J putation for the hair. Selling ut low prit
ut McINALL'S Drug Store.
i CONSTANTLY receiving from'PluludHphi
vy und *old at little Ich* priced—
Jayne'* Family Medicine»,
Wright'* Sugar Coated Pills,
Ayer* Cherry Pectora
FulnWstock^s VcmiHOgv,
Swuine's Panacea and vermifuge,
Schcnck's Pclmonic Syrup,
Hoodorid's Bitters—witli every kind of
Staplo Drugs, which Storekcejier* und fiiiniBea
can purchase at low prices. E. McINALL.
DROWN'S EsMeuce of Ginger ut 31 cents |x;r
~ ho.l!e, ia really gootl and cheap enough,
buy very large quantities and can sell it a* nbove
B E. McINALL'S Drug Store.
AIR PREPARATIONS-Wright's, Chris
tinni'B, Lyon's, Biirry'* with un ad»ortinent
ot real English, French and Aumricaii ponunle».
Sold low at E. McINALL'S Drug »fore, No. 12
Market street. 8.,j m
v
I
'
of
«»c
Ü
.
Mo,,
Sold
!..
TTELIOTROPE SACHETS-Beautiful und
AX elegant. Buy one and lay it among your
clothes. No itcrfuine can Biirpuss the fragrance
of this delicate flower. For sale and prepared at
GRIMSHAW'S. '
K. C\ KNIGHT It t o.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
S. K. fer. Water and Che
Philadelphia.
10-üm
lit a.,
KD. c. KNKJinv
OKAS. A.'SPARKS
-
TRIPS RESUMED.
STEAMBOAT ElM déhhJki 'fo
DELPIIIAiAND WJliMIKOTON
t ) N "'id «fi«t THUIISDAY, March I8tli! the
.7 Stountcr AEPIIYR," 111 lénvo Wiln,i„g,„„
a t 7 A. M., and PhlladaMja,,(• a p. M, «topping
at Chester und Marcus Ifook «»cliVay Eure
tatweeii Philatfelpliliiand wffniiiigtoh 38'confc
return kip ückct. 60 eqnt«. Cl,ester or Maren.'
Hook 18 coûta; return trip tickets 30 cent«.
Breakfast provided ou board.
ES** Shippers are respectfully notified to
receipt« with each loud of good». All modi
receipted for will be ut Uie owner'* risk,
receipt* can be procured ut. the office*
mington am/ Pbiladelpl '
lb V
«end
s not
Slip
Wil
5
IpYtM fjl ÏÉXfrtUcTS Poll THE
handkerchief, gl> to GRIMSHAW'S, No. 161
Market Stroet, Wilmiugtorf.
-BUlftNlNG FLU1D ; NON-EXPLOSIVE
in a Lamp, but liable to blow up Back Building*
by tbo Aid of a Galvanic Battery. For sale at
OR I MSI JAW'S.
Ft'R I'.trrit ! LARS AS TO THE
vlaec nul circumstances of oxplosiön», ask «faim
turret cd, but rival druggists ; \
rdbalvo Burning Fluid.
I A tf.GRI
t-.f'ù J qiiifom fra i« 1
sell u Non.Kx
URIMSHAW'S WÜRJ^L^LÄZENGEä —
great tDvention of the age. Taatelera, safe,.
»•iV.'. l.nl. Fur Sale Wholesale and Retail
Df. GRIMSIIAW'S Store. ! . ti
Tin
'ÎÎ ' ' ' fjj' I, ' ' itj (Wtgf/. lil ' ' ;
B OARDING.—Two or three respectable Single
Men can lie accommodated with Good
BOARD, in a private funiily on i
at No. 48 West Fourth Street
spring.
reasonable terms
tho «by
12411
"ïÙ'M. Bi KINSEY, Drnggist and Phiirma
VV ceutiet. Cor. FIFTH and MARKET Sts.
Iß constantly introducing new und valuable pre
long iiew'»pupcf
pufll*,) but by sollmig them to hi» manveukti
who Uivlily to-tlwir good efl'ect>;,.,tlil» k.iu<t of Its
timony is tho maßt reliable. ..,
Compound Syrup of' T'draxaeuni —Prepared
from the bé«t ektVact, cdmhinrtk with heveHtt'dltn
niatica und tomes, ißrOneW Üt« ipreparatiom. lately
or torpid liver. - -'*•** • H U ' J - bi-niu«'» ;,
Propsred by. VY4 IkB,;RINSEY,
*1-31
■VUE i: .V T i: u r it i s /•;
TI1K IKKrrOR'.S
NON-EX I' Los I \ E F LU ID
AND
PETKR'S TATENT GAM LAMP
G O TOGETHER FIRST RATE. ORDERS
received, and the place to get the latter is
çor. of 6th ami King street».
. J. ANDERSON* ;
Solo Agent for New Cuullc Cy.
5.2t
T
buW, but would; have
the gruwtli ißMtuiad, nr troubled .with tlandrulf
».wl iiolinig mawounl have it (emmed, or Iron.
Weil inti, wrafnln.,tcaW I,end, or other eruptions,
would to cur, A-r with siel, heut, aol.e (neu.
T
A BEAUTlFtn. HEAD
M:.. >H; ti „ps mil'll ■<} ; h
RICH GLOSSY HAIR,
Completely Preserved
TO TIIK
G HE A TEST AGE,
And who tlmt is gray would 'riot hnve - H tc*.
ihroier. color ' r
l»>r n5stmwtiw«-il, rto all ihi», aco circular and
tin: following,
Ann Arbor, November 5, 1856.
Prof O. J. Wood-Dear »Sir: I have heard
much said of the wonderful effects of your Hair
Restorative, but having been so often cheated bv
quackery and quack nostrum*?.iuir dyes,
was disposed to place your Restorative i
same category with the tliousand-und one loudly
trumpeted quack remedies, until I mot you in
Lawrence county some months since, when you
gave mo such Assurance us induced the trial of
your Restorative in my family—first by niy good
wife, whose hair had become véry thin ami en
tircly while, mid before e,\bai|sting i
large bottles, her hair was restored nearly to its
original beautiful brown color, und had thickened
and b .conic beautiful and glossy upon, and en
tirely over the head ; she continues to
-1 ■
your
rimply bocu
icpfils-beautifying effects upon the
hair, but because ol its healthful influence ui>on
the bead and mind. Othere of my family and
friend* are u»i|ig your Ite*.ioraMYq, wiüi Hie hap.
juest effect» ; therefore, my skepticism und doubts
in reference to its character and value are en
tirely removed ; and I can und do most cordially
and confidentially recommend its use by all w j,o
would have their hair restored from white or
gray (by reason of rick.»««» qr, age) to original
color and beauty, and by alTyounir persons who
would have tlicir hnlr bèaatiftt! and glossy.
Vory truly and gratefully yours,
SOLOMON MANN.
Friend Wood. It was a long time after I saw
Bli»»field Ite.fqru 1 got the boltlo of Rceto
rativo ii»r which,, yop gave
your ugent in |)o\Toit. and when
eluded to
surent test of i
r
of
12
order u|m>u
lilt:
got it
Mrs-Mam*.'* hair,
• It has done ull tlmt you
try i
Uie
power.
il me it would do; and others of my family
and; friend*, huvirig witneased its effects,
using and recpupiiiçnding. it* ubc to others as
titled to the highe*! con*ideration you claim for
Again, very respectfully and truly,yoUr*
• SOLOMON MANN.

r . ...» £ ttr ! i,e * I,] 'i June 28, 18.«i2.
^ I Jmvo used Prof. O. J. Wood'* Hair Rcstora
nve, and have admired its wonderful effect*. My
linir was becoming, ns I thought, prematurely
gray, but by the use of hi* Restorative It has re
id its original color, und, l have
|>errnuncnlly so.
I
S. BRESSE, ex Sonotor, V. SI
°- ti'ÏP 0 ® *; ( '° < PropMrto™, 312 Rroail
nr«;, Ni Y., (na tin, great N. Y. Wire Railing
fcatalillallmuitj and lld.Murkut at. St. Utuifc Mo.
And sold by all good Druggist».
10-y
ir
. foe New York DAY BOOK.)
Hair dye ia vile tvaali, hot tile article Mmt will
nninr»lly restore the color of the hair, the cliung.
nj of Which to gray, lad,.^Indication of',,
lick or propor accretion* » truly u valuable
modteme. Prof. Wood'» Hoir TootJ, if the oer
llhci'to ol tho loading, mindt ove, the Union do
not toloify, M Ike only w/,. rtmtAy lor lialdnew,
dryiicw*. |trco«Wrc clmngc of Color, and Ihc »■'
vcral evidence«'of a. lack of aecretion»
roouof.the finir, wliich con he found, Uoack
preparations nhoimd, andhair tonics" (ill overv
' corner grocery" In the country. Avoid' all
hair tentes" unless known to be tho prc|»rntion
of seine man whose coleltaly Im» become world,
wide. Do not let any nostrum vender experiment
upon your hair. Touch ndthiiiD yoii have
good reniion to believe i« „II that |,
Prnl. Wnod.hiui named by yq,r a
ol 'Hcvor« to
«»c virtues of hi* jireparution, his present lam..
Over do certificate,, „re hofore m of the vafoe
Ü XiTltata- ' fr °"' P * rtil, ' wl '° l, " vc
. «'"/■on.-Boware.qf worthle« imiloUomi',.»
pverol aro already in the market, called by dif-1 a
erçnt immes. Use none unless the Words (Pro- f (
mT* S v U,r i RoHlofaUve - D ' l*'b St. Lotus, hie
Mo,, and New York,).aro blown in Uie bottje. Knt
Sold by all Nr„.r.dsi» , ui d Patent Medicine Deal- ^
!.. th.n-.l3i « i u,,u y " nd Toilet good* dealers! a
iu,Uie United State« «nd Caniidà*. 1
1
ta
m, I
o be,
"I
INTEKESTING REMINISCENCES.
'jGcn. 6am Houston is said to be the onl
memlxr of the present Congress who was
so a member thirty-live years ago, when
Edward Everettformed que of the three hun
dred constituting that Hody. : '
3
There are some slight inaccuracies iu this
uent, although-not material. The Con
in which Gen. Houston and Mr. Ever
ett were members together
—27, more than thirty years ago, : but not
thirty-tive. and the whole number of mem
bers
SU
I that of 1825
04*1 l .«.Mg r .. .
261, and not dOO. Ih- is.-of that
Congresis that Gen. Houston was the only
maitbrtrt who ta a »ta of this Gon^rts.
Dut ne fs far from being the only surviving
member, and there is at least one member
of thin Congross who was In CH«km
previous to 1825. Mr. Crittenden, tjievone
ral4c .Senator frdin Kentucky; wart in the
Sonata in 1H17 : more than forty y«,ht ago.
Houston left Congress in 1827."^d did not
eouie back till 1H46. hAvrng' beöri not only
„utofCow tafcâtaewtoFpMt^tof
th^jUnion, brought back, if nil àébbunts of
bjß anti-annexation coquetry Vith England
hr b,,, rattier ag^af hl R own wilt.
Inrwhut Congress contained a great Many
W n 5h.i;iÄi «rt,f Vrputrt.
tKms. and qcçujqied Ute highest positions m
the country. Four of its members -Van
Pont ana Biiclmnniv
sinoe been fleeted President. .Two-—Richanl
M. Jo'hnson and Wm. il. King—have been
Vier P,, »font, Thr I; rr,',ai„ 8 office, of thr
John L. Calhoun, then in the
zenith of his popularity and the jhighpat vigor
u-, ,. F » F m, ' '„„.a.- .à ,
of h.fi mtulluct. ^ accetttuc BttiHlM.
occupied tho seal whioh, at the Ç^oso of tho
tonn, was liUed by John Tyler, afterwards
sonktq
Prtrtitiant. llauirl Wehster wart iMUello^
and Hugh L. .White iu the Senatp—-luon
whom large masses of devoted friends una
Vftilingly strove to elect to the Preside,-.
Benton, then a giant among orators and
statesmen; so was Hayne, of South Carolina,
who dieu so young and ao dee,,. y hunented ;
Forsyth, who nevpr had a superior as a de
hater m the Senate, afterwords Secretary of
State and Minister to Spain ; Louis McLanc.
i , u rt! . .
W '° ficcttfnc. suojtcaatvely, Hacrctttry of btate
«nd -ftlll Yl.jjgj «nd Miniator to Eng
land ; Levi Weftäbury, aftorwarda
rif the Suwt-me 11art of the United .State«. In
les McDuffie and Hamilton,
abuur—men who have left
uu r wno nave jeu
the Hou«
And Phili;
great replantions unconnected with public
station-- are were Edward Livingston,
Louisian* Secretary of State and Minister
to fpHMi A mbew Stevenson, of Virginia,
Minister
of
England ; and though wc name
ot the least conspicuous there,
him last,
Mr. Everét liimftdf, wliose nnme had already
become v dely known for ripe scholarship,
and who ccamo, successively, Minister to
England i id Secretary of State.
!
of
fl
It was
these mot] Very ti
vive, and rif Ujc whole list President Buchan
an is the ably one now in public life, except
ing Gen. Houston, of the Senate. Mr. Biloh
anau was.(however, a man of mark then-
Gen. Houston was only known for some oo
centriciticL -iv^ich soon after made him no
torious, ifjDot (ftmous, and his titles to dis
tinction, whatever they are, wqre earned
another field than in the councils or service
of the United States.
remnrktblo body which included
of the members sur
United States.
saw
In lookihg over the list of members of this
Congress, as published in*NH©8' Register of
December, 1825,
stance
u|m>u
notice a curious circum
nmInins the ftlll
every me^cùur of the House of Ropreseutn
tives but offSTt^here
from TonniiHsee, whose ehrÎHtian name eould
not bo found out by the compiler, and so he
put him down thus Polk. Twenty year«
afterwards thi* obs
you
Uie
names of
member

gentleman, of w hoac
identity there vy so much qùeetion in 1S20.
IcoWi President of the United States.
My
re
Mysterious Mi:rdbr—A t seven o'clock
this morning, sayïTthc Evening Bulletin, the
body of an unknown man was found in the
river Schuylkillnot-Arch street wharf. It is
impossible to ascertain how long the corps
had been in thc-wator, but from appearances
we should judgv the time to be at least two
months. The
been cut fnlm r
T*
a ^° ve
f ( l»red
hie pci
Knt
^ 1,0
a P 06 * 4
at of the deceased had
) ear, with some sharp
instrument, and Miere is no doubl I Hit that a
tuysterioua nndj-h^rrihle murder ha» been
committed. Thi #toe bear» marks -of vio
lence. , k&b
W/v ""
^^unfortunate man is in
It is of the finest qual
u4)f n black dress coat, black
wollen yest^silk scarf and
up»« some of the
fiiGaïs "J.E.Ç." Ujhmi h
ohlhe deceased were the
:ords "From Ed(!ic
t _ neither board
are irm'hc supposition is, that at
Troche/ bank, either in or
nd un| |9 man was assailed--mur
1 ( id cast into tlio river. .On
Cinblji mone y
*; A lit ok, A gold watch
" by th l0 otiier articles ef ordinary
jj BOWT ^
f d Race
y
1 inouï
linen,
ring d
same
ta Affi
juent it
and by I '
'■
•viciin
f"uml
A MW PARTY.
To the Voters of Delaware.
[ 'The following
it' ritt en for the preen in Feb
Uut ; .hut il$publication Has deferred until it
and approved by others, without whose
ion it would not have hern issued,
received their cordial approval, it is
with cotijidenee, to the independent votais qf this
Stub, and they
a fair Consideration.']
be «
Having
-
respeetfuUy invited to give it a
Wecent urticlcH iu two of the opposition pap»
of thia state, exhibit a desire at least
P ar * of thoHo who penned them, that there
»5, To,» 85« S'Ä
party which «alls itself the Democracy. Such a
spirit is uot ouly oommwdable in itself, but it
Ät./TÄ &l'
the comtnWt ïbe.
%e IWiaoorrttioPattjJaooallod;.) rtf tho
thijBUppirt of nbWe of its ablest'men- W ban
»u Its policy of t>oc trade, until the
ami nf> a consequence; the great agricnltrtrHl
tije «I»»«- bave beau
gfeftÄ. «Î
fiaje pchetrt^,) wab enacted by CongtcBH ; nhd
Z M
aucees« in inflaming the public breast qgaiudt the
tnat|ufii'étuVîu^ l Nit*rwt, attrflfr Wsërînfe tlib' pro
ÖSÄSÄÄÄ
policy (lint has proved so detrimental to their
prosperity. Now, however, that tl.e inaiol
ÄÄ«!
the
he .extent of reasonable
to ensure the defeat of
d
starving Europe, the enormous de mu ml the r»yn
hie tunifo for the breadsti\na of America has Wen
, red if tied within narrow I inf Its ; arid although tho
^ fr „ m „ UI . raiuo!1 in c.Mfor,!.
fro/a that period to the preseut, been immeieu-ly
larJe, and tfio surplus ekportnhle products of the
able to ineot the expenses we bay« iucurred by
that cqnaumptiun of foreign goods to wliioli we
we have had to pay in tho precioü» metals wbnt
would have been paid iu produce under tho pro
; Stfit f JÄl
impoveiishment. These fact* are now either
of openly, or meulolly admiuod by all honest pei
JjftjjSiji j!
now willing to return to that system that pre
celled the oaaol' which »rt arespeaking, aauiel.v :
the Byetoni of l'roteojjjpn. And.auoh a cour'iu
In \t~r\'<jn4ittcncg, in its true and admired
being nothing loss than consistent honesty, which
r f c< * lui8 ' 0 " c J ia evldenocd by c.m
tlDU0(J Hipport of tho M|tl0 opinioDfl( it bel ^ in
extremely rare iubtaucos ouly, tlmt the buuuiti
judgement is always right. It ia to be- I'aiilv
supposed, therefore, tbat those honest Demomih
who are convinced by the experience of late
years, that ihvprotective, and nut the tree trad«
policy, is the truo system tor general pro^purity
will be willing to unite with their fo
nents
of
oh this question, and thus testifv to Undr
consistent honesty.
FurthoivJja Democratic party, so called, has
forfeited ( a|I»laiin to tho support of ils hanet-t
partizaiiS| glw Dj W aware, who bavo stood by it
manfully, ift allkneriod» of trial, because ol it*
! i !. . d vi dMMt ion of tho right* of the people
oMpowUlljHm (be matter of elections. It» boast
ha* «1 wav^TÏ^Mtliat it was the champion of the
the encroachments of concentra
■ I , WWS^S no occasion fias,. sri.cn
wheo the sincerity cf euch professions could ho
tested, bat the post nnd present state of nffiiiiS
in. nnd with rcterenoe to Kansas, demon strate»,
With a qVarnoss not to be obsoured by prolo»
stony, that auch boast i* not sustained by any
sincerity : the voice of the majority in that Ter
ritory has been stifled by violeuce when tbni
would servo, mjd by fraud when it would uot
masses aga
ted power. Hitherto
would servo, mjd by fraud when it would uot ;
and euch practices now receive the countenance
of the bulk of the Dömocratlö party ! And so
fl igrprit nnd shameful in its position* with eh-r.
ehoo to popular sovereignty in Kan***, (whore
the OBiamplona of tbat p-irty r cry claimed
would have a free nnd Tull expression--n..y,
that it would have perfect'freedom of utterance
—that Senator* DonghfaUnd 8Uuwt, and tl.cir
colleague* Govoruors Witsf and Walker, b«4Jw
othor leading nnj influential Democrat* in and
out «f Gongrees, Ijavo bëeu oopetrnine.l, in ad
vocacy of their claim* to Consistent honesty, though
ut the hasard of prosoriptiou, to denouuce that
positiou ms a departure from all true Demouraej.
and un affront to the pntriotism of the country.
Hon wit Democrat* risk' why i* this? Why ha*
oar party turned its biack on it* old «rich ? The
* to ready lor them, ltooause that purty
dorive* ita chief support from? the South—is a
Southern sectional party iu fullBense-and p p
ular rights inuat Rucoutnli to-the odict* of Hint
section of the couutry. when what it call it.
equality in tho Confederacy is concerned. The
South well know» that when the Northern,Waf-t
and Middle States, which are friend* of pro
tection ip American labor, obtain a reliable a*
noils, it* favorite pet
of free trndo will receive it* death blow; hence It
require* of the administration which it elected,
that Kansas shall be now embraced, and reoeive
the kl** of welcome into the Confederacy, al
though her brow is blackened with a stain of
fraud as ineffaceable a* the mart set upon Cain.
Conceal it a* the South may, her groat object
in desiring the .extension of slavery, i*, by re
taining an equality in the Senate, to prevent a
return to the policy of protection.
Again—the so called Democratic Party ha*
insulted the poirioti*m of it* adherents iu Del
ftwaro by naturalizing, without discrimination,
all foreigners for the sitko of their voles thus
introducing into
tlmt it
oondency in the Nutioual
poli tien l circle, « ro»ai of
»«...O of whom had boetr disgorged from
tho dungeons, woikhouse* or almshouB«*, of
surcharged Europe, to not in the lioeutiuusoe**
that belongs to their class, when not under the
reatnûâfbf strong power,
of foreigners, meereaiy
every
^hesobp
their country because of its political, religious,
or social oppression—ought to lMi.<weU,
among us, aud at a suitable period of probation,
admitted to full political franchise» ; yet all good
ami patriotic men should set their face*, like
flint, against ihn system Which the so called
Democratic party lit* always encouraged, of
oinnncipalLog «//from the short trial to
the law* hubjict them, careless of any
queue*, do they get their votes. Upôu the first
arrival of foreigner*
Whih* that purtlnii
I H the eettlemeut of
.- 1 .i,»m**I_> pciqilcl country ; like
cr, honest, imlu»(rîou* mou who louve
d
winch
shore*, suck of them
IKIUU OF ADVERTISING.
«If «qnatu, 1 lime, 25 I One iq. 1 monlli, <1100
He I " 40 Orte aq. 2 month», 1.0$
ne " 2 " 621 One nq. 3 " 10.08
ono». f ; 9 <t 8$jOho»q. 6 •• 15.00
.•*- " «1 5» K) »e <q. 1 year, *6M
Ona - 2 w'ke, 2.501 Half eol. 1 lime, 3.80
. Longer advertisement« in proportion. Tran
»ient advcrliacmciita payable in advnuce, and all
adverliaeutunla (time not apeelflod) eontinuerl and
ohargod «mil ordered out.
AdvertM
h niiiflt be received by 10 P. M.
Ten linwn (in this type) constitute a square.
a« would allow themselves to bo ihus approiudpfd,
bavo been met by the emissaries of that party,
and piled *vith solicitation« to take the first step
toward* ci-izenship, and become embryo Demo
ciittio, yptvis While the tuint of the jails and
pb»t houses of the old world
nrment* of aome of them, they have 1»
iri obedience to party necessity, to
Cparta of the New World, and insult all decent
sduse, and profane all truth, by taking au oath
devised for a wise purpose, but prostituted to
the base one of augmenting the ranks of a parly.
II is time there was a chauge in thase unturaU
zatiou laws ; or, at the rate of emigration which
The lumo party has also alienated innuy of its
adherents, and driven them to look elsewhere for
aj nurse I y of their patriotism, by a reckless
squandering of the public domain, in cediug it,
almost incalculable qunntUte», to new Stoics,
wfioae population i* fonuod, lu groat part; of
raw iinieeva of people, creedy for public bounty.
If this lavish system fur the new communities,
né meiisnve of justice is allowed to the old ones,
by who»« treasure and Murid exclusively, a lar.qe
pàrtof tl.o public land* were conquered from out
cocmiet-, or purchased of its owuers;—nud this
denial'ot juetluo tç lis, has been retained l.y
the pretended excuse of want of constitutional
aiilhority, whilb no suoli want ban bee* ndmittt »
f<|r tho donatio ih aforesaid. This wioug, gross
autl rank ns it is, has been submitted to lung
enough, and it is ftnite tune that the people of
Delaware should, as citizens of one of the oldtBt
yet in the
made
into the
it
a
a
it
of
•«•d OM>»t pptriolio of the confaderate Stales,
raise their voice in reprobation of a »ysteuj so
partial «ml oppressive. The proceeds of the
«»tie» of the publie latnl#, winueci tssaty fur the.
payment af-public debt, allowing .»uoh deduo
tipns tbeiefiom a.s will meet the expeuaes ofi
tljeir survey and sale, should ho dislrilmtej
iifoong «îHhe Stales. Old ns well hm new; an<l
:
iifoong «îHhe Stales. Old ns well hm new; an<l
d imitions of the soil itself, hlmnld be limited
among I bo new States, to »nch
a«cq»«uiy in enable them to ont«^|* upon political
life'us Wilt founded r.'publican socielloa.
'Tbofi^egoing view», it is tfeboceWed, furuish
tiro materials for the imustruotiou of a platform
lip,m ivl.u-b lliose citizens ..I Delawaro,
d«d to opposite seniiineuts,
bii'Uiony ; and, having iui their base, or founda
tiqu, tbd additional sentiment of devotion to the
Union of the. State*, and a hatred' <.| the dosigus
of bad men to dissolve aud destroy it, no tear
ueed be entertained that it will meet the cordial
approval of a majority of our patriotic citizens.
What say you, thou, houest and patriotic vot
Cf( the »Stute of Delaware ; shall not such a
party ns is above shadowed forth, be formed?
Whut shall prevent it ? Are you dot capable of
giving, up your names for the sake of so glorious
au ailiHiice? Are you, not able to yield up, for
ninoti good, your special preferences of
: or organization, for
■ • ' 11*111
wed
well stand iu
ApptUatlot
object so
worthy of your allinnce—the defeat of those who
, then
oppose your true interests? If you
resolve
the proper time
fdr that purpose (ood it ia not far distant,)
4 come together
, ti.at whene
Will.
of Aiuenoa,
w'Jth tho single purpose of uniting i»i_vllP rescue
ole thti ttlnty at eow, aàw
'S
»»TP «
f free trade.
r of those
<1 fortunes
control* it. Let
do, aud the sectionalism that
.. . . determine tbat so fur mh i Q
Ues, by the peaceful remedy of the ballot box,
will redress the evils to whioh subservienoy
to foreign interests has subjected us, aud assert
" the Û A the w °rid—that the destinies of
the country *r<viot safe iu the hands tbat hold
them. But in thus coming together for so nobis
» purpose, let there be no reservations in behalf
present attachment*!, but l«t us sacrifies
associated, considvratious. to tho
good ot tho whole party ; and finally and for
«v*r discard from our minds aud hearts all
thought*, or desirqs.^fcy purpose*, to subaidixe
our party to the intereats of those, or any
lunation of them, who formerly belonged
of its constituent eleuieuts. "
of
all private,
Iu othor words, let
us determtu« that its favor* »ball be dispensed
honestly and fairly, for merit and merit alone :
and to insure a perfect confidence in such deter
mutation, let us pledge ourselves individually,
ueforebuud, aud ooujoiutly when we meet, tbat
wil| indignantly frown upon, discounteqauou
and oppose every thing, of whatever character,
winch shall, in the slightest degree encouragé
.support the idea that
n.» Jiurly, Willi liu debt to pay tn any nthcr, ny
trte luemlier, or moodier, ot on; other. And lot
tiiq.o of either the old partie«, who unite with
ns, ajiolntn jfreeinel; thoaamo rolntion to it that
.».ts ntlioi'j('ompunoiit* «lo, aud vice versa —all ber
iug considered as chjldreu or a common birth,
tôwaiiD none of whom the parent feels any pre
ference.
If the uew fabric be composed of such materials
SI I
and
ad
a
p
It
a
To
uew composed of such materials
aud any other acceptable ones it may be thought
fit to iaeurpbi Hto iu ft, arid the whole be cement
«•1 Ky.tfio uouipTomises shove mentioned, it will
rrriat all the storm* that can heat agaiuat it, and
triiinipl) over all opponeut» ; otherwise, no
hination ran lm formed that will offer
prospool of success in
existing order of thing*.
II is
it
much
effort to change tho
to lie hoped nolhiug will bo nlloved to
intervene f» preyeut tlje «ceoniplisbmeut of so
object a* tho formation of euch a
>1. ■»irshle
|»a« ty lu Delà war«.
Anadhte -A silly, but very pretty woman
cnntpUiMd t»: the celebrated and beautiful
H.q.liia Aro dd *»f (Us number of her admirer*,
i>|io,l to know bow she should get rid of
the«». ' "Oh, inj deiir" wfts the satlrio reply,
.1
'you have only to «peak.''
< Mam.
To day, mau lives ia pleasure, wealth aud pride;
lo-duy, lays plans for many y
To morrow, sink* Into tho silent tomb;
To-day hi* food i* dressed iu dainty furuis,
To-morrow, i* hiutself a feast lor worms;
To-day, ho'* clad hi gaudy, rich array,
To-morrow, shrouded for a bed of play •
To-day, enjoys hi* balls, built to hi* mind,
To-morrow, in a coflSu is confined ;
To day, ho fld«Ts oti honor's lofty
To-morrow, leave* his titléS for
To-day, his beauteoas visage
To-morrow, loathsome in the right of all ;
To-day, he lives in hopes as light
w, dies in anguish and d
Farin.
» grave ;
extol,
air,
despair.
fasts because be has no meat,
„ fMtabe,oau*e be will not oat;
ihe miser fasts with greedy mfod to spare
The glutton fast* to eat the greater sh^re.
Knowledge makes humble, Ignorance
Knowledge talk* lowly,Ignorance talk* loud,
Kuowlt'dge i* modest, cautious and pure,
Igliornnce boastful, conceited and
Pride cost*
cdd. IlOw much pain the evfts
The poor
The rich
makes
than hunger, thirst or
ivor b»p|ifD.ed. Revenge is the only debt
which it i* wrong to pay,
for liviug happy
An excellent rule
is, never to concern
in society
dr with the affairs of
uules* they desire it; under preteueion of
be.ng useful, people often show more curiosity
than kindness.
We remain ignorant of much information in
life from the fear of exposing
knowledge.
oth
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