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TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.
The Now Castle Countv Teacher»' As
sociation hold an interesting session of two
days in this city, on the 19th and 30th of ?
March. Wo would like to give a full „. V
count of the proceedings, if wo had room.
Wo must ho àllowod to say, that wo on
dorse the remark of Prof. Wiekcrsham, "*
that you cannot commence to toad. f
Grammar t„o young "-that is, tho father
and mother must speak correct English "'
and must, on all «casions, correct tho «I«
mistakes of the children. No lessons in
subsequent life will erase tho habits of of
cbildhood Went a, and comes, and rfones
wiil.slip out in spite of Murray or Green, P
or Weld, or Tower's Grammars. We
must speak correctly ^ a t
S? P, articular f 1 ™ 3 , of
Zlï!Lïylï\ Tu.
Lvoc of the King's English. * Vo regret
mamfested a little tartness ot manner.- ;
We were sorry to sco th.it tho champions ' |
of the study of English did uot meet the
opposition, or those who placed classical
studies in tho first rank, by a correct
statement of tho history of tho languago
and the derivation of our household
Words.
Wo regret that tho President made a
fling at the u Grammar of Delaware,"
wbioh wo say distinctly is loss interlarded
with cockueyism aod misacccntuation
than that of. the North, and less corrupted
by negro dialects than that of tho South.
All teachers who have ai.y respect for
themselves, and any desire to improve,
should attend these meetings.
There will hen Teachers' Meeting at
Dover, on April öth and 6tli. The Kdi
tor of tho Messenger expects to meet a • 8
largo concourse of tho Teachers and !
friends of Education from Kent and Sus
sex at that time.
There's room enough
HAVE YOU A CONSCIENCE?
The writer of this docs not gain a live
lihood by practising medicine. Ho sacri-j
fleed the best years of his life in the ac-,
tive exercise of the duties of an ill requited
and arduous profession. If the physician's*
body is not fatigued, bis mind is always
distressed. Wc say to our read rs> if you is
otro your doctor, go and pay him. Re
member how anxiously you looked for
his arrival ; how you demanded he should
whip and spur; how 3 'ou thought he should
shake off sleep, disregnid heat and brave
the cold ; how early and how late you
called upon him. \Vo havo seen brick
houses piled up, farms bought and magni
ficent equipages belonging io th®so who
were neglecting to compensate their phy
sician. If wo had our life to lead
again, we would make every man pay; wc
would value our services ns tho farmer
doos his grain, or (lie merchant his wares,
or tho lawyer his advice. If wo were not
lauded for our philanthropy and kindness,
we would bc respected , as tho worid goes,
for the respectability of our bank account.
" Put money in thy jmrsc" and then you
outrage the jaw, disregard decency
snap your fingers at society. Put
money in thy purse; and then, no matter
by what means you acquiro it, legal
legal, wholesale or retail, refined or vulgar,
you will command the attention of the
Church and the respect of Society. The
jingle of your dollars will bo an open
sesame to the Fifth Avenue or Grace
Church. We say, then, to the Doctor—
put money in t|iy parse; to tho patient—
pay yoitr bill. •
may
\
CATHARTIC PILLS.
Dr. Grimshaw offers to Country Deal
ers a safe and cffectual Vegetable Cathar
tio Pill, put up in dozens, at reasonable
rates. These pills will operate gently but
- promptly. They will not euro nil disoases;
the? will act a« a Cathartic, and aro much
in demand.
PAREGORIC.
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, 0U « bt T 0 bc , CoI ? red ; "
? Ug ^ ."M a "d I'S 1 '« ooloro *-»««
V 8lraw 1 c ? 1 " red - M,3 ' obos a I° 1,ablc t0
n ' sh '' bj confus,D E
w,th Pare f' nc , consequently the Phar
"* a f P 01a ( tb « Ihuggis s Digest) directs
f bat " b( l uo ™° or c ° ,orln t f matter shall
"* ddod *?, . H*vmg deter
"' ,n ? '°, follt '' v thc prnctiscs and rules of
«I« lmu«s tn Phdadolplua and N,w
"*> and t' 10 , regulations of the College
of * barmacy, Dr. Grimshaw will not dis
P" 36 dark "'»rod paregoric. We aroj
P rc P arcd mee *. wlth dl ®. ouU ' 09 . but «
nre ready to eijmbat prejudices as heart.ly
rolilioa " nd
The Ooosmv Gemusman, an crccl
,ent Agricultural periodical, is on our ta
Σ°J, *"? n " , ' ,b « «».rtain. many valuable
Howatt Nacton jj. J.- '
| Vinter
article on,
Care of Farm Stock, which
ought to bo learned "by heart," by every
farmer in Delaware, where our shivering
runts , in raauv places, are exposed to the
pelting storm, half fed and uushcltered.—
We commend, especially, the article on
Draining. The yield of every farm,
hilly or swampy, can bc doubled by drain
ing.
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8 Y I -V 11.8 1 LU 111 A N H A H I ), !
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: js
Restaurant
ANp
1
(Late of tho La Fayette,)
Has rented tho
NAT18 MAL M
in water street, between kin,;
AND FRENCH STREETS.
He is about to open a Hotel on tho Euro
pean plan. Each guest can take his
meals at such times ns suit his conve
uiencc, and call for such articles as suit
his fancy or please his pal >tc. The house
is to bo entirely rejuvenated and refitted
with new furniture. The house will bc
open about the first of April,
Mr. lliunliard has had muchexptri
eneo in his business. We believe such
an o.-tublislnneut ns he intends to keep i-.
much needed iu this city.
LEMON & \IKI\,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, GRAIN
AND FERTILIZERS,
Corner of Market and Tenth Streets,
WlLMING 7X)N, DEL.
Refined and raw Sugars, Syrup, New
Orleans and Muscovado Molasses ; Java,
Mocha, Maraoaibo, Rio and Luguyra
Coffee ; öpice», Preserves, Pickles of all
kinds. Imported and Domestic Sogara;
superior brands of Tobacco ; Naval stores;
Edam, Pino Apple sap sago and cream
Cheese ; mackarel and herring ; very fiue
green and black teas ; wine and water
biscuit; No. 1. Peruvian guano. JL. 8.
Hoyt's justly celebrated suj)er phosphate
of Lime , manufactured in New York. —
To test the relative value of this Fertili
zer , use in quantity and all other respects
same as Peruvian Guano —$45 per ton of
2,000 pounds. Wines, brandies and li
quors, in store or bond, selected from tho
first houses in this country. „ Solo agents
for tho sale of " Chaa. Wharton's Chesnut
Grove Whiskey," the purest spirit ever
offered the American public. City and
country sugar^cured meats.
All goodsjdelivorcd, free of charge.
A liberal discount allotted tho Trade.
March 24tb, 1858.
Lemon c fa Co.
| purchased entirely for OASU, and to which
ho would call the attention of housekeep
! ers and others,
191 Market Street,
Manufacture all kinds of Confectionery
and Candies -viz.
Gum Drops,
Jelly Drops,
Jujube Paste,
Comfits,
Candied Cloves,
Bath Pipe,
Kisses,
Brandy Drops,
Plain and Twisted Candies.
FRUITS.
Prunes,
Oranges,
Lemons,
Figs, &o.
Country orders executed with prompt
fiâT* Lemon & Co., will supply mer
chants at their stores with all articles in
their line.
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Q* MHüt t> tt rj Tt T T .
O A M U Jh L BUZBY, •
i
Having completed the alterations for his
large Carpet Booms on the first floor of his
old stand, t
NO. 71 MARKET STREET,
NEW CARFE1INCS.
Sl'RING OF 1858.
: js now prepared to offer a large assort
ment of
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL CARPETS,
1
They are as follows :
English Velvet,
Brussels rdü
ipestry Brussels,
Heavy Three Ply,
Double Super Ingrain,
Union
German do.,
Hemp, List and Rag do.
Ta
do.,
4-4 Double Twilled Venitian,
4>4 Heavy Plaiu
Superior Stair Carpets,
4-4, 5-4, 9-4 and 12-5 Druggctts,
Coco and Cantjn Mattings,
Rugs, all sizes,
Door Mats, superior quality.
Äör Superior Floor Oil Cloths, all
widths.
do.,
WORMS
M SKIMSHAW'S
THESE Lozenges are tasteless, but
certain in their action. Each box con
tains twenty-four confoctiouB. They will
not sicken a child, or injuro tho Constitu
tion. They are safe and effectual. Try
them.
Country storos supplied at low rates.
Address, A. H. Grimshaw, No. 161
Market Street, Wilmington, Del.
I
LAFAYETTE HOUSE,
CORNER OF Oth and SIUPLEY STS.,
Wilmington , Delaware.
J. Pusey Smith, avails himself of this
opportunity of informing his friends and
the public in general that ho has tak n
the above Hotel, and has furnished it with
entirely
constantly supplied with the luxuries of
tho season. His bar with a carefully se
lected supply of choice old Wises and
Liquors, Ale and Sogar». The stabling
and yard connected with this house
the largest and most convenient in the
State. A trusty Groom constantly in at
tendance. Superior accommodation for
Drover*
furniture, llis table will bo
J. P. SMITH.
.
PIANO WARE ROOM.
In order that tho people in Delaware
and in Chester county, as well as those
throughout tho Eastern Shore of Mary
land, may sec that
tages to buyers equal to any in the world,
wc desire to moution tho
PIANO WARE ROOMS
city offers ad van*
OP
WILLIAM HARPER,
No 191 Market street, Wilmington,
(Above 7th street.)
Mr. Harper has an excellent stock of
I lauos, from tho Manufactories of Nunns
Ä Uaske, and Raven, Bncon & Co., N.
York ; and of Hallet, Davis A Co., Bos
ton: and A. B. Rciehcnbach, Philadelphia.
. of »J 1 descriptions and of tho
• b° el »»»be are also offered.
\i r i* M îa
alwnvs be reudv to att U , uncr * aD " will
9 * öna t0
TI'MNU A3W) REPAIRIXQ
Pianos, at (he -hoite.-t notice.
We are happy to testify to Mr. Har
per's skill as
tuner, as he has had ebargo
ot the Musical Instruments at The Han
nah More Academy 1 . •
COUGH .MIXTURE.
Try Dr. Grimshaw'fi ; it is not a pate, t
remedy ; it is ouly intended as a family
medicine.
or the r\m:r> s tates, ok h:a.\< k,
OK ENGE AND ;
I.IKK OF N.VI'OI.EON,
HISTORY OF SOUTH A.VIÈRU'A— OF
U REECE—OK ROME.
Dr. A. H Grimshaw revised and
cor
rected tho History of the United Stutos a
few years
go. These works have run
through more editions than any other
works of the kind. Ihey are published by
J. B. Lippincott & Co., of Philadelphia,
and for sale by all booksellers. In Wil
mington, by J. B. Porter, J. T. lloald,
Tho». Roberta und M. H. dim
sema?.
To School Commissioners.
The undersigned Superintendent of Free
Sohools in New Castle county, has on L..
list sovcral applications from Male and
Female teachers, who desiro situations.—
He will give their names to any Commis
sioners who need teachors.
examine any teacher for the Commission
A II. GRIMSHAW*
his
lie will also
er .
PUNCTUALITY.
In all things bo punetual—to the point
—up to time. How many dollars are lost
and how many disappointments ocoasioned
by want of punctuality ! How can you bo
punctual without a good time keeper ? _
Time is money ; then keopit in your pocket,
as you do your purse. Let it bo good
time—correct time—wc wore going to say
railroad time, but we have a better crite
rion, a better guide— Wm. Dixon's Chro
nometer Watcii. Our friends, Stewart
& Walsh, (successors to the late Geo. El
liott) No. 97 Market street, oftor a large
lot of newly imported watches, the best
ever offered in Delaware, mado oxpresaly
for their establishment, by V\'m. Dixon,
London, Chronometer Maker.to the Eng
lish Admiralty. Messrs. Stewart & Walsh
have a large assortment of Gold and Silver
Watches, of all kinds; also, Jewelry of all
kinds and descriptions.
I Call at No. 97 Market Street.
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