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STATESMAN AND BLUE HEN'S CHIGKEN.
I'ubllMlied Semi-Weekly at $3,00 and Weekly at $2,00 per anuura, by Henry Eckel, &- Co., at the Mammoth Steam Printing EstabllMhmeat. Soutli-ea#t corner Filth an<l MarUet Street«.
TO L. XXV.
WILMINGTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. 1857.
NO. 34.
I, Y O N ' S
PATENT COPPER LiGHTNSNG CONDUCTOR.
Will not Rust—600 per cent, better than Iron.
DOUBLE SURFACE, SPIRAL FORM, RIVETED CONNECTIONS.
MANU KAOTUKKD AN1) PUT UP BY
W. J. & H. F. MORROW,
At the North West corner of Fourth and King Streets,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
my 10-8m
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods Store
No. 49 Market Street, opposite Lower Market House,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
M8PK0T FULLY a»k the attention of my cuntomero aud llm buying commuulty t
to which addition« will Ite made daily from the Now York
ty very large and cheap «lock
d I'lilladelplil.i Market«. My
I
aooos.
Mock ooniliti In part as follow«:
IiUdles Dress GooiIn.
y heavy and high I.ustro, Bla. k Silk*. Plaid, Stripe and Fancy Silk»,
la«, Lawn«, Nightengale*, liante». Whit« aud Colored !>■ Illlantne. Plain aud Dotted Hwls« Cambric Junonefo, .
and Nainsook MuhIIuh, GlnKhmiiH. Print«, A«., Shawl«. Mantilla», Kiubioldcrles, Glove«, Hosiery and Trimmlug«.
tie»» aud Hoy« Wear.
Cloth«, Coeilmere*and Vesllug«, Kentucky .L an« iu l'lalu and Plaid«. Plain and Fancy Linen Drill», Cotlonnde^Ac.
Sheeting and Sblrtlnp MiuHna, Llmma^l.lnou Woveu tldrt Front«.^very^cheap^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
, Satin Luxor,Challie, Barone del
JAS. A. SANDERS
No. 49 Market Street, opposite Lower Market House,
Wilmlugtoii, Ikei.
it
CHEAP CASH WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERY,TEA, WINE, LIQUOR,
AND PROVISION STORE,
S- E. corner Seventh and Market Streets, Wilmington, Del.
niHBJtubicrlbers reipectfully Inf
J. expense In Utting up their «toi
slock of fresh and preservod FRUITS
•lock of geod aud fresh Groceries. Teas. W
in front
JKLLIKS. both Foreign and Domestic.
: consisting in part of Fleam Fjqup. N. <•.. Wost
and black Teas: green and roasted Coll
. Ac. Foreign and D<
f which
a I i Lea I sharo of patronage from ouritrivlug mlllio
Spices, Cheese, Hutter, Lard, Hams, Shoulder*, side Dried Beef,
•« l'ttache«, Apples, Cherries, Prunes, Dal** and Nut - of diueti-nt kind«,
rub prices. Persona would do well In cull
rhauhful for past favors,
ZALOK T. BPKAKMAN,
JONATHAN GORDON.
Wlues and Liquors Lelng nelneled with
•eat deal of i
( Lasers J^OHUOn!^
GEORGE ELLIOTT,
No. 97 Market St., above Third, Wilmington, Del.,
IMPORTEE AND JOIUSHR TN ff&Z '3
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, JC U
iCRMAN, FRENCH. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN ©ÎÂaSS
ou
nn.l the public
.-roavcil lai'llllles for
_ _ uld respect fully rail tho attention of lilspatr
Valuing thu finest goods In hi* line direct from Europe—through thougoury or Jobbers to tho trad., alum-,
great uiay bo tbs etfort of others to approach ' our impm-hibilitle*, we an- resolved that no dealer shu "excel
; n any particular, determined that we will ülve full sn llsIkoHon to nil, which l* not—in our view
Respectfully thou we ask your ntlenli
Wm. Dixon's Celebrated London Watches.
best Watch in
gnarauloos It "
These accurate Time Keojiers, supported by the^Brltlsh^Admiralty, stand
atiifaction of the purchaser,' or 'S U Watch to he returned through the ageut
Genuine JOSEPH JOHNSON, Liverpool Watches
the Manufactories of
pt'|) time to the
The vsry celebrate 1 Watches direct fr
,. F. Cowileroy, L.on«loii,
. A John Hold, Liverpool,
Junte* Graham "
llcurgc C li ad wick, Northum;»
. .T. Tobi n A, Co.,
* . KohliiNoii, Liverpool,
., Liverpool,
. Tcdtmry At Co.,
Wymurk, London.
W» have the Chronometers, Duplex, and Lover Watches of all tho above colehratod makers,
style*. We also case to order aud have ongravod on the rosea any design furnished us, without
French anil Swiss Halclics,
HILVERWARK.—Our Silver ware Is all made of the pursHt silver. A large stock of nil the various stylos constantly
. We also make to order at the «hortest nolle.*, any article that we may not have.
Wo al»o keep a very large stock of Hue JEWELRY, ■'»usistiug of Coral, !'
ELATED WARE.—Tea setts, Castor*. Trays.<
Fine French Marble Clock*, Parian Marble Fig
additional
Basket*, Giblets, Cups, Fruit Stand*, Ac.
, Fin.. Pocket Cutlery,. Fancy Toilet Boxes, Ac.
No. 97 Market Street, between Third and Fourth, Wllmiuglon,
GEORGE ELLIOTT,
CLOCKS, WATCHES,
FINE JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
BENJAMIN S. CLARK,
n q j]NO. 113 MARKET STREET, ABOVE FOURTH,!;
j|| At the old established Store,
113
I
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
ioty of Fine Gold
ÉMfo h*» wliat they
/lONTINUKSto keen on hand hi« usual
\J from the ui*st celebrated maker* of Europe. Warranted Iu uVery
very beautiful aud highly finished.
CLOCKS of every varloly of style
Geld chain* for ladle*, gentlemen or children.
Silverware either richly figured or plain, ou hand and fumbhod to order.
Spectacles of all kind« und age« from tbu best cstablfobmenta
(.Julies' Jewelry, oi the most exquisite style and (IiiInIi.
49rCleckii, Watches, Music Boxe» aud Jewelry Carefully
JA^UnV*CLARK, No. 113 Markot
warranted to give satlsfhetluu. ^
CLOCKS, WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, &C.
C. F. RUDOLPH,
• ly occupied by Alexander Patterson
Having taken, refitted and refurnished tbo Stpro
NO. 63 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL.,
INTENDS KEEPING
GOLD AND SILVER FRENCH, ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
CJIjOOKS for parlor OR OFFICE USE,
GNGL181I, FRENCH, GEIUIAN & AM ERIC AIV FANCY GOODS.
V EST AND FOB CHAINS of every variety, Gold, Silver and Stoel Spectacles, together with a fine aaeortinent of
Jewelry, comprising Cameo Mosaic, Coral, Jit and plain gold of all «tylea and price*.
4^-Cloi-kH, Watohe» and Jewelry promptly aud carefully repaired, and warranted to give eutiro »atisfactlou.
C. F. RUDOLPH,
. 03 Market Street, Wilmington. Del.
n
ASSORTMENT OF
C3-0 TO
T. S. HAMMITT S,
No. 112 MARKET STREET, BELOW FIFTH,
iiJ
IIS
L DEALER IN
WHOLESALE AND RET A
STOVES, TIN, _
AND SHEET-IRON WARE!
rilHIS Is tho only establishment where the groat Unproved William Penn Cooking Stove c.-tu be tiou^bt In tbl* city.
X This Stove is decidedly tho beet Large Oven Stove in tho Market.lt having n doep tiro bed. will keep fire longer,
^ with tho flow of placing it within reiuhul every
William Penn,
amtly. Tbie Stove ^ ^
on the William P
ALL KINDS OF TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
Ho :i i ■ I • i
JAFANED WARE AND PLAIN AND FANCY HARDWARE.
as Knives nnd Forks, Knives without Forks,
Strap*, Scissor«. Basting,
Jo*. Ura*« and Bell Mela
• aw Knives, Cast Steel
, Hummer«, Counter
, Coffee Mill«, Sad Irons, Hatchet*,
1 Time Piece*.
Tea and Table S
Kettles, Knamele l Ware», C
*
BRITANNIA WARE.
Tea 3«t*, Ladle Lamp*, Spit Bowuk, Caudleatick«, W
! Iteha
1 Coolers, Drinking Slug*, Toilet Sul*, Castors, Ac.
PLATED GOODS.
families patronUing this «tom will always dud u full assortment of all kinds of Housekeeper* Good* ut prices which
auuot fall to »ult the purchaser*. Métallo Roofing done with ueutnes« aud despatch.
, Butler Knl vu»,
as Table and
HAYDOCK & FIDLER'S
WATCH AND JEWELRY EMPORIUM
Ü7
No. 12 South Second Street, a few doors below Market, Philadelphia.
undersigned respectfully calls tho i tentlon of the citizen* of Wilmington In particular, and thu people of Deln
magnlficent u »ortment ul WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVER, I I.ATEI) AÎ
BRITANNIA"WARES, CUTLERY AND FANCY GOOD?. Ac. Our Block, combining a* It d
assortment of good* «* any siuiilai establishment iu the Union, 1« entirely
patterns, will be disposed of at tho very lowe. t cash price«.
Gold Levke Watch bs, full jewelled, 18 kaiat case*, fr.. m
$12, aud over. Hilvr« Leputb Watci.bs, j. weled, $1», «
oils, tl to *26. Fix* OoLn Rums, 37 y x cent« to $S. Pit.vkr Spoon*, equal to coin, per *ett—Tea $5 ; Dessert $10 ;
»16, and over. Watch Glassba, best quality, Plain 12* {., cents; Patent, 18% cents ; Luuutl 26 cunts. Other articles i
p ro portion. goods warrant'd to he what they arc sold for. 'fc* Constantly on hand a full assortment of
FINE GOLD JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
^ ^ large and^uiagnltL
£800. Silver I.kvbk Watches, full jewt-1
Qiiartur Watches, $6 to $10. Colo Pen
i $26 lo a* high
as s flue assortment of GOLD WATCHES, fur Ladle* or GvulKutou, from thu mobt refobrafod manufacturer«.
Particular attention given to REPAIRING all kind* of'Fimu Koopersand Jewelry.
»DEN HAYDOCK.
OItter * JAMES 1». F1DLEK,
. 12 South Se ond Street, a few doors Mow Markot Street, Philadelphia
tOr M «sonic work made
L
WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
ZIBA FERRIS & SON

Corner of Fourth and Market Streets,
W1LMINQTON, DELA WARE ,
mm
CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
quality of article» lu their Hue it huslne««, and flatter
ug Impossibilities, that their stock, a» well a* the work eu
pare favorably with that of auy other store in the country
enabled to sell at tbe very lowest rates, and every article
■uuted. Our stock of
11
l'urehasing for Cash, we are
warranted exactly
6
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ENGLISH WATCHES
CKI.liBKATHD
Jacuos'h Railway Tl
. Kuhi.v-jon'b Liverpool,
Jobs Tkdbpbt, Liverpool,
. Jon.N-o.N'a, (made expressly for us.)
F. Cowdxbot, Richakd Willi«, a Charles
Btxvrhsox's Chronometers,
DurLix akd Lbvbx Watch*»,
, Coop*«'» Duplex Watches,
. j^Tosus * Co.'a Celebrated
Alto, selections from the finest French and tiwiss Maken.
Engineers, Conductors, and Business Men,
Wishing Coa»*OT Tihk-Kkkpkr, are requested to call aud examine our Willis A SfEVBJisoN W
have the exclusive «ale, and of which flr#t rate reference will be given.
BILVKRWAKB.—Having the largest and best assorted «lock In the State, we are prepared to furnish Fork«, Desert and
Pi'aTBDWARE— Of all description*, fur bteamboal*. Hotels,hoarding Schools, Ac. Also, a fine assortment of Parian
llgnrss, Faney Clocks, Jewelry or all description-, Diamond and Pearl King* aud Breast Pins, Gold Chatelaine
«id Vest Ifflalns Tea Bett«, Napkin Ring«, Gold and .Silver Spectacle«, Ac., Ac., Ac.
HANK OFFICERS AND CLERKS will find it to th. ir advantage to call and examine our very large stock of Gold
p, n», from two o the most celebrated maker«, of which we are the «oie agent» for Ihle place.
N K WATCHES AND CLOCKS, carefully repaired by exp. ri.nc.d workmen, and gunrianteed to perform
ON, Comer Fourth and Market Btree
Miliiililiiiiii'iaii
Liverpool
«tehee, of which we
IKK Lis it
A Card.
JOHN G. JACKSON,
M'ANGFACTUKKRuf Wood-burned BUILDING LIMH
lit or the Unit quality, for tlio supply of New Co*tle
County, aud parte adjacent. Fresh Lime
Addle*« Box 290, WUiulnufou P. 0., Delaware.
Cedar Coopering.
GEORGE WÏTSIL,
No. 2T W. Front street, between Orange
anil Tatnall, Wilmington, Del.,
■nESPKOTKULI.V Inform« hi* friend* and
IV that he «till continue« the above burine**
ha* UKod the Galvanised Iron in
;
various braaehu«.
hi* bu«lne«« for two year« with groat
not to rust. All Churn-Iron« galvanUod iu*ldo aud out,
and all work warranted.
Rath Tubs, Tanks and Cisterns,
llavlug a large and varied
requeat« all panions In want of a good article to g
a call. Ian 24-iwA
SAMUEL MARSHALL,
DENTIST,
No. 191 Market St, above Seventh,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
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DENTISTRY.
ILLIAM L. RUDOLPH would r«»pectfully
Inform hl« friends and the public ceuernllvt gTT Tff
th«l lie «till continue« tho practice of Dentistry at No. M<
Market street, next door
operation* warranted b
W
«..h..*. u„p„^..a'r.v price of $25.
traded without pain by the une of ether.
RICHARD P. SHERWOOD,
EUROPEAN HOTEL,
Corner Fayette and Harrison Streets,
BALTIMORE.
Spring Medicines.
l.UKUANT'H »KLTZI.lt APERIENT,
1' Kill«' Fluid Magnesia, Kill*' Solution of Citrate of Mag
luwla, Ellis' Ginger Powder«,
Compound Syrups of Sarsaparilla and Rhubarb,
Henry's Cab ined Magnesia, Kill*'Calcined Magnesia,
Husband's Cab ined Magueaia, Rochelle Salt«,
Rhubarb aud Jalap. Seldlitz aud 8oda'Powders,
' A. JOHNSON,
No. 196 Market Street.
MOSQUITO BITES.
A Ac., has *bI°en ,h fourKMu U U R NKTTtTk A LL [»TOIL
prepared by Jossen BURMBTT A Co., Boston. Tbl« preps
ration contain* a peculiar property, which, upon being
thoroughly rubbed Into the bites :uul stings of insects, In
stantly neutralizes the poison aud allaj* tho inflammation.
For sale by all dealer». jeI6-6ni
HENRY BUZBY,
DEALER 1?
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS,
No. 94 Market St., below 4th,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Attention Ladies.
J UST received a largo and beautiful assortment of Ladle*
Drew. Goods, the »ury latest styles of Durais, Satin
engales, White and colored Brilliants.
JAMES A. SANDERS,
49 Market ht., opposite the lower Market
THOMAS SHERWIN,
ENGRAVEE,
No. 70 Shipley St., above Third,
SECOND STORY ROOM.
Dandreth's Warranted
New Crop Turnip Seed. 1857.
VARIETIES.
Early Yc
, Early
White Globe, Large Norfolk, Yellow Scotch or *
Improved Purple Top Yellow Itu
ta Baga, White Ruta Bag.» and Prussian.
Szbd.—C anary, llomp, Millet, Rape, Maw,
, I.,ttUI
Timothy
I Buckwb-at, at
westsldu, Wilmington,
. 10.» .MarkeVstre.it,
jylO
a
JUST OPENED,
A NEW BRASS FOUNDRY.
Messrs. RIFFERT & HIRZEL
H AVE opened a uew BRASS FOUNDRY, first door be
lviW John C. Tweed«'* Wheel-Wrlght Shop.
Mo. 15 WEST STREET,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
;lr pur*onal attention
all order« will bo tilled at
they
s::
CA8TING8,
&c. They will
bu»iue«H, «I
entirely to
the «horte«!
possible
«•- Bra*« Calling« only are made at thie esUblisbmer.t,
and at any hour of the day
B1FFKKT à IIIRZEL,
Wi lmington,
J°g«
GEORGE CHURNSIDE
MANUFACUKKH
horticultural implements, bkkds.ao.,
.,u. MARKET ST., WILMINGTON,
WHKKK he uutnufacturu« Moore'* FatantX' 'ugh«, of all
« good assortment of ail kind* or Ümpls
^ by Agrlculturalbiti.
Atkin'« Automaton, or 8elf-llakB)g ltuapcr.
N. B.—All order* Ibr ImplemeuU and Seed» promptly *1»
"utded to. jo 12 -wly
DEALER IN AGRICULTURAL
fijsras»^
Prof. DE GRATH'S
ORIGINAL ELECTRIC OIL,
to
ug tlxe MJdlcal^Faculties of Europe anil thl«
-WARRANTED ~
Cure Fever and Ague in oue day ;
Cure Chills |u five miaute«;
Cure Deafneei In two j^four deys; ^
Cure Sprain», Wounds and Brui»«*, In from one lo three
Inflammation In one day ;
Cure Neuralgia, Croup,
Cure Bruises, Wound*, Tetter, in oue to three day* ;
day: _
I
SI
Cure Ear Acte, SHIT Neck,
t5 Cure Frosted Feet, Chilblains, Stiff Joints, Chronic
mattem, Bore Throat, Scarlet Fever, and the lame
to walk, by a few bottles.
This OU (De Urath'*) I» mild and pleazaut,
great Family Medicluo for children teething, Ac.
.t. It always leave« you better
bottle ofteu
Unlusy, Palpitation, Pleurisy, In one to ten days;
Asthma, Pal»oy, Gout, Erysipelas, In five to twen
Is a
than it liuds you, i
• i . i . i • i
AFFLICTED THIRTEEN YEARS,
CURED
K. ad tetter from Rev. Jam- s Temple :
Piulaoblphia, June Utb, •«,«.
. ,wf. Ds G rath : I have been afflicted for thirteen years
with Neuralgia auil other painful complaint»,^aud 1 have
..... OH." ?!he first night I sh-pt soundly ^aiid we^L r-'*
•V physician» of Philadelphia failed to do In thirteen
Gratefully your*
""V. JAMES TEMPLE,
310 South street.
DEAFNESS CURED.
New Havkn, May 19th, 1?66,
been deaf three
Prof. Db Osath : My brother 1
amMt^ureS him entirely. '
CLIFFORD R. SCRANTON,
putatlou that my article lus acquired. The public
Buy of the only agent for Wilmington,
. BAKER KINSEY,
Corner 6th aud Market street«.
à;;:::.
Caution.— T
TAKE NOTICE.
WM. W. BENNETT'S
FLOUR AND FEED STORE,
No. 16 EunI Second Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
■tiarWVhere be Intends to keep constantly
tf-Sdfur sale, tbo very best qualities of F
mmAu' ncest cash prices , such u*
(leu.s»oo Extra Family Flour, J. Woollins A 8on » Family
our, Rochester Superflue aud Nottingham Mills Su
perflue Flour, Marshal Yeatman's Family Flour,
. Clay Creek Mill« Superflus Family
IbatMeal.Wblta*'
hand aud
LOUR, at tbs
. Dyspop.1,
and Rye Flour.
and Yellow Corn Meal j UAt»^and
Mill Feed ofali kind», at llraudywlue Mill prices.
«ÿ-AU the above uamsd articles will be »old ut whole
retslf and delivered In any part of the city free of
charge. d piomptly attended to.
j,703w WILLIAM W. BENNETT.
5 FLOUR, FARINA, CORN STARCH, WHEAT
i an# Corn Grite. Durkeo'e Raking Powder, at
G. CHANDLER A SUN'S, 163 Market Bt.
UAKBItS who «aut a good article of old and dry Flour,
1) tun be supplied by G. CHANDLER A SON,
___163 Market street.
D l'CALS, Cll ALLIES, URILLIANTK8.—Just opened a
HENRY BUZBY'S, beautiful Silk*, Dueala,Challtea
! linUlautuH. Law u», Glnabanie, Calicoes, Ac., No. 94 Mai
I i et Street, below 4th, Wilmington, Del.
W
f,
»SWâlÊM *
&
V. U ,
API
than 20 years,
me of
I Has been before the public
aud is deservedly popular in
i Spavin.*, Sweeney, Ringbone, Wiudgalls, Pole
I Evil, Callous, Cracked Heels, Gall of all kinds,
I Fresh Wimmln, SpraiiiB, Ut ilises, Fistula, Sit
fast, Sand Cracks, Strains, Lameness, Found
ered Feet, Scratches or Grease, Mango, Foot
Rot in Sheep, Garget iu Cows, Rheumatism,
Bites of Animals, External Poisons, Painful
Nervous Affections, Frost Bites, Boils, Corns,
Whitlows, Burus and Scalds, Chillblains,
Chapped Hands, Cramps, Contractions of tho
Muscles, Swellings, Weakness of the Joints,
Caked Breasts, Sore Nipples, Piles, Ac.
Bei?" Pamphlets gratuitously furnished by
agents, with Testimonials of its utility.
All orders nddressed to tho Proprietors, M. H.
Tucker & Co., Lockport, N. Y.
Be sure that the name of the originator is iu
his own hnnd-writin
words are hlowu in the glass of the bottle: "G.
W. Merchant, Lookport, N. Y." None other
be genuine.
Bfcâÿ" For sale by Druggists and Merchant«
generally, through the United Stutes, British
Possessions, and other Countries. And by
Dr. L. J. Draper, N. W. vorner Front aud
Wilmington: D H. Kvbert, Christiana, Del: K. G. llud
Newnrk, Del.; and by Druggists and Merchants g«u
throughout tho country. Sold Wholerefo by Medl
Dcaleraiu New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and all
the c
the cork, and these
AUCTIONEERING NOTICE.
milK uudurslgned respectfully announce*
i. that he has taken the
OLD AUCTION MART
No. 7 East Fourth Street,
WILMINGTON. DELAWARE
AUCTION
Miss'roSt a ii°ua?N ksr * e
Real Estate & Personal Property,
descriptions.
subscriber will uw hi* bsd (-udeevors to give en
suttslBctlon lo tho«.. who will favor him with thslr
patrou»i;". Pci sons favoring him with consignment«
assured that llietr property will not bo sacrificed.
4Mjf-flalcs paid luuuediatoly aller thu go-ds
4^F»les at tho Auction Room, Tuesday, Friday
Saturday evouiugs.
4W"rfrtlcs of Furnitur*, Wednesday aud Saturday morn
i II u t ,t D j J* P ,' ^NtCHOI.8.
I my 20 - 22 ]
Locust Mountain Coal. +
recel ting and expects to continue'
, from tbo samo celebrated rniues that
1 hi* *tork\if c- at.
pIsMsed to i
CHARLES WARNER.
BUY YOUR
PATENT MEDICINES
lii lisoy's !
mt - y.
KINSEY'S DRUG S'
Marki-t Streets. Wlluilu^tou,
tbeie find something to your advantage. -foA,
ï, is at tu« Corner of Finu aud
ir n
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
w
and Fhos* that
and often ask the question, " How .l<> so many of you make
a living ?" Our auswor is, •* quick sali-s auil siniill profits
else, (out i f Uie same
I
dial Hue.
quontlty^of Boots
:» aud Shoos .is cheap a* any
kind of material.! I
sell them a* cbo.xp.
Mo. 1 Wont Second Street,
MA It SET HTKEKT.
j.v7
BIBMIl
NEW BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
CHEESEMAN & JONES,
Have ju»t opened »t their
New Store, No. 157 Market St.,
LARGE aixoitment of Biblu«, Frayer ana Hymn
all «tyles of Binding. A collection of fine
Library copies of valuable Standard
A
oMlluMrated
many of recent publient!
Works, also au assortment ot CUmIcoI
"I^(! b eck*NoU and° Dran" Book*, at
CHBK8EMAN A JONES' NEW STORK,
167 Market street, Wilmington, Del.
i
nd
Ivl
CIRCULAR
H. R. & W. BRINGHURST.
1 TRENCH TRUSSB8.—We have now a full areorlmautof
French Tru«««* of the most dellcato pattern«. AUo,
the ordinary Tru**, at from 75 cent« to $6, all of which v>e
fit »0 nicely to the person tha.
to tell that you have a Truss on.
Impossible for otbeis
* W. BRINGHURST, 103 Market »t.
■" SUPPORTERS.—If you
best assortment In the
. BRINGHURST'« Drug Store.
FAMILY MEDICINES.—"'
continually In receipt of tbe
figure. «Tw* BRINGHURST.
^THERMOMETERS—'Various Style», at from 37 cent* to
SHOULDER BRACES
'Jayne'S
'i' ii ..
at tlio lowe
froth from
. BRINGHURST, 103 Market st.
Comb«, Tooth, Nall, Fleah aud Bath Brushes; Day Rum,
c~r
'HE TOILET.—We have all
. BRINGHURST.
.—Jonea', Jayne's, Ilarrlaou's,
" 'AW. BRINGHURST, "
No. 103 Market street.
H. it. k W. BRINGHURST.
CHERRY HITTERS.—Price r*
H. R. A W. BRINGHURST.
LIQUID
prieee, 1 1
LIQUORS Selected
duced by
HOLLOWAY'S
AND OINTMENT —
U W. BRINGHURST, 103 Market »t.
IIERRY.—There are
W I STAR'S BALSAM
genuine (I Butts,)^of^
>'. BRINGHURST, Druggists,
No. 11)3 Market street.
i*a
. CHANDLER,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Market Street,
of Spring and
customer*. Having
obtaining
, he would extend an iuvltatU
examine his goods before
No.
J_|AS just received
facilities
style* u* soon «8 Imjvo
chasing elsewhere.
Afoy-Geutlemen who find
lothea cut properly
•ted to call and" try lilrn^
Circular of H. R. & W. Bringhurst,
No. 103 Market Street.
EUrual Perfume, from the Holy
W. Uriughurst, 103 Market at.
BITTERS, for Dyspepsl*, from
. Briughurst'» Drug Store.
AROMATIC VINEGAR, a delightful article for the toilet,
Market st.
TUOTH PICKS ready made and put up Iu ainall buu
, fi r »ale cheap. II. R. * W. Bringhurst.
INK TOOTH COMBS, of Ivory,
r. at H. R A W. Bi inghurst'», 103 Market
VENITIAN SPONGE, In large pieces, super for bathing
A W. Brlnghurst'a. 103 Market street.
FRENCH POMATUMS <>f superior quality, for dressing
the Hair, at H. K. A W. Bringhurst'*.
HOOFLAND'S BITTERS,
. Bringhurst'«, 101 Market street.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
RANGIPANNI— 1
F
City, for «alu by H. R. A
BLAKE'S ^ABOMATHy
head ache, Ac.
. K. A W. Bringhurst,
or India Rub
reduced price,
PILLS, for
p at H. R. it Vi. Briughurst'», 103 Market street.
fW'8 BROWN WINDSOR SOAP, the geuulue, at
lowest figure, at H. H. A W. Briughurst'«.
POTASH, « No. 1 articlo and the best for making soft
sp, at U. R. A W. Bringhurst'«.
CHOLERA MIXTURE, of our own manufacture ; a cheap
• _ ery reliable article. H. B. A W. Brlngl
DQSON'8 GU'ITA PF.RCHA COAT
PESSARY, much used iu Philadelp
A W. 1IU1NGH
BPBIN
, for «ale by
BT, 1U3 Market et.
SMITH & BRO., AGENTS,
F ill the »ale of Fruit, Forre«t and Ornamental Tre. seastX,
and Shrubs, No. 109 Market Greet, 2d door aboveWV
Fourth street, west side, Wilmington, Del.
n. Rittenhouse,
odgaon'R, Tenth and Arch utreet«, and
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy to
Compounding of Phyelcian* Preecrli
No. 161 Market street Wilmington
lfMITY CHINA CRATES, suitable for Hen Coops, Pack
Jj ing. Ac,, for sale very cheap at the N. W. corner Third
and Bblpley Street*, Wilmington, Del.
JOHN McMAKIN.
t. GR1MSHAW line engaged
late of Wm. II
a Graduate of tho
tlon* in hi» Drag Store,
D
ALLEN & NEEDLES
MPROVKD 8UPKK I'ltuSI'HATE UK LIMifc conri.utly
bund ut niamil.icWiera^rlre», (^$10 for _|000 lbs )
_ 8 wuSSLjw
Mapes Celebrated Super Phos
phate of Lime,
r (INSTANTLY ou handaud for »ala by thu «uVsci Iber.i
who are *ulo Agent« for tbU market The reputation
Price $50 for 2000 lb*. 8 A M. DENNOCH e0rUm * IJ
I
mlngton. Del.
GENTS' WRAPPERS.
KAUTIFUL
B
LAINE, tollable
t HENRY BUZBY'S
91 Market «treat, below 4th
for Gust»' Wkappkx

, ANTHONY G. ZKBLKY, | THOMAS
DELAWARE
.Steam Sa aIi, Panel Door, Mould
lug. Window Frame, and
Venitian Shutter Mamufttctory.
ZEBLEY & BROWN,
Foot °f Tho ™ Street, and corner of Water and
Market Streett, Wilmington, Delaware.
KSl'KCTFULLY Inform thalr friends and tha public
generally, that thoy are now prepared to manufac
ture Moulding*, Sa»b, Panel Door*, Window Prarae*
and Venitian »butter«, at their establishment, foot of Thorn
Street, over J. Morton Pool's Machine Shop. Having ex
teuhive Steaui Power oa the premluee, they are enabled to
manufacture «very article in tbelr line promptly,
the lowest nosslble terme.
r. BROWN.
j
«
«
R E M 0Y-A Lv
JOHN RUSSELL,
OF THE LATE FIRM OF MURPHY A HU88KLL,
KSPBCTFULLY Inform* his feiunds «ud the public
^ generally, that ^he^ha* rumovod to the esUbllshmvul
No. 107 SHIPLEY STREET,
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts-,
PLAIN ft ORNAMENTAL FURNITURE^
N. II —Corns« wade and funeral« attended
»hortest notice.
R
rMMonaiiM tat mi
Ü
Bargains ! Bargains ! ! Bargains ! ! !
( UST received from auction, 200 French Flos* Worked
60 and 62 cent*. Rome of those are
$1.60. Also some very handsome French Needle
at least*"''
Worked
Fluiih KS?.*
Skirt Bpring«,
a grant assortment of^llo
25 ceut* a set, worth 37jJ.
gaiu» may be obtaiued at
ROBERT KLBIN'8 oxc rates Stoss,
. 110 Market Street, between 4th aud 6th,
NEW
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
!
' OFFERING AT
HENRY BUZBY'S,
No. 94 Market St., below 4th,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Bilks, from 87* cU. to $ 2.00
cal*, pld., do 26 •• 37Ucts.
Challie de L
Beautiful
8 i :
mi ;;
CHINTZES,
- AHBKII S.
BRILL1 ANTES,
NAINSOOKS,
N AND PLAID MUSLINS.
SHIRTINGS,
GL0VE8,
EMBROIDERIES. Ac.
SHEETINGS,
HOSIERY,
pros 12^ to 76 m ^
Magneto-Electric Machines.
FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES.
ICKINSON'8 MAGNETO-ELECTRIC MACHINES are
the best in
I)
highly «commended for Rheu
matism, Nervous Diseases, Ao, Bear it in mind
WARD BRINGHURST k CO., corner Sixth and '
Blivets, are tho exclusiv*. agents Dir the sale of the
chines in this city. Physicians, Druggists,
supplied at the Manufacturer's lowest price*, by
K. BRINGHURST
LEMON tc CO'S
STEAM REFINED
CANDY MANUFACTORY
'
No. 247 Market Street
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
L'E'a.t.fiSs'BtaSFftt
peopl* of Delaware, wishing a continuance
call the attention of th* public to their
am.rt.-d »I.« It ,-f
CONFECTIONERY,
, Fancy, Medicated Conversational^ and
Lozenge*; also. Gum Drops, Jujube Paste,
Drop«, Fine Sugared Almonds, end Plain Candle«,
LEMO* & CO'S
BATH PIPE EXPECTORANT,
For Cough« and Cold«, which
of Johnson's latent Imptovsd style of Polished Maehln»ry,
> Mm pâte Vrlth the* larger 8 eftfos. ' They have a
Imported all of the flavors of Mauder« & Weaver'« Fr
Kueucu which gives their Fruit Drops a most delicious
Hsvlng agreed with an Importing house In Baltimore to
by a -arly every re
SEGARS
We are enabled to «ell that
dty.
We also keep constantly on hand NUTS and FRUITS Id
their iieasou. All Good« IV akhaxtko Puna.
LEMON A CO'Sr
Steam Refined Candy MauufactorDel ,
Ninth and Market St«., Wilmington,
260
BOARDING.
T WO DE8IRABLK ROOMS, WITH BOARD.
** Apply at 241 MARKET
For Sale.
running
Market to
. McCAULLKY.
^ HANDSOME
Bblpley itreet*. Apply to
White and Blaok Barege.
Yl 7 HITE and Black Barege, «ultable for Shawl« and Mau
Vf tllla», trom 37W cent» up, at
HENRY BUZUY'8 Cheap Caib Store.
94 Market «treat, below 4tb.
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Book and Newspaper Store,
118 Market Street, Wilmlugtou.
i, adapted to those who ««pire to «peak
Jel'J
NOTICE
TO LIME BUYERS.
1 forming public generally, that he Is engaged
Lime trade, and ha* made arrangements for a supply of a
LIME,
prompt delivery uf whlrh on the watei
Chesapeake, Sassafras aud Chester River«,
Railroad at any jrolnt or station,
livery of Lime. Address,
je6-tf T. E.
to receive
. Middletown
at.
NEW
CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT STORE,
rnilK undersigned takes this method ot informing
I friends and th* public generally,
No. 198 Market Street,
adjoining the Saving« Bank,
In his line of husluess. that the markets will
Candies, Nuts, Fruits,
Foreign and aud Domr«llc.
Preserves, Piokles, Jellies,
and Syrups.
Also, a choice assortment of
Segars and Tobacco,
which he will sell at the lowbst casu rxtoM.
He hopes by strict attention to huslne« to msrlt n libe
ral «hare of public patronage.
J* prepared to^ ^
soft
DOWNING.
NEWLY-INVENTED
NEEDLE THREADER.
QT to all who use Needles; bnt particularly lo those wb
eight is not vsry good. With luassistauce, Needles of all
the useful size« can be vary easily threaded.
For «ale at ELIZA WILSON'S,
1X1 Market street.
is»
To Builders, Carpenters & Masons
and 1 T would have erected tweuty to forty «mall brick house»
to ; X on Eleventh aud Twelfth Street», and give one half In
caah, and one half in lot» »I fair price«. Any person or
persona wishing to embark, will a^ly
McCAULLKY,
168 Market »tree/.
ri 0 TO BENNETT':? to get your Prescription« put op i
YJ bs does «11 »ueb work himself.
journal anö statesman.
From the Now York Evening Post.
NOBODY'8 SONG.
I'm thinking just iiijw or Nobody,
^ And all that Nolmdy'» done,
No wdy eliw^would owd .
And 1 king tbe pi alee ofNobody,
A* Nobody
In Hie
^ ruing Nobody
d Nobody ......... ~o.. ,
potted and prai*-d by Nobody,
Aud Nobody brought up ,
Gave me to dlna or to
I wont to Hchool to Nobody,
And Nobody taught me to road ;
I played In thestreet with Nobody,
For Nobody was willing to lutar;
Aud Nobody «hod a f-
And by thu aid .
A AndHjd Pdhaf'
And naked to marry Nobody.
tl •
Asd Nobody cheer» my lifu,
M hlrh Nolaidy hua for hi* wife,
Ho here'« * heallh to Nobody,
For *' Nobody'»
, Nolwdy
of Nobody
Nobody.
Graham'» Magaziue.
A REAL LOVE STORY.
Helen Davis had a home
would have been strange indeed if she had not
eminently
successful physician, lmd retired from practice
iu consequence of failing health, but with suffi
cient fortune to enable him to spend the
his days iu affiuencc, and in the cultivation of
those tastes with which nature had so highly
endowed him. His already beautiful place he
was every year improving, and for all the
oountry round i
beautiful that it
loved it. Her father, Dr. Davis,
Ol
tho model of taste and
"r.™
the beautiful spots where one might
retreat for quiet and solitary enjoyment,
prized by Helen
avenue
, which thoy called
Here she would walk by the
favorite author iu her
formed entirely of lilac
" the lilac walk."
hour, either with
hand, or when the trees were in blossom, inhaling
the delightful fragrnnee of her favorite flowers.
Hardly any
after a time,
be considered as lier own privute
retreat, and was distinguished by the servants
" Miss Heleu's Walk."
Heleu
only child, and never
tenderly uurtured. Both parentB
highly educated, and Heleu, by being their
constaut companion, hud acquired habits of
thought
Bhe knew little of gay society, nnd iudeed would
not have cared for it, though her conversational
child
mature than
usual at her age.
of a high order, and her many
mplishmeuts attracted around her a numerous
circle wberover she appeared. Yet in the society
of her puronts, nnd with her books nud flowers,
ber life had passed quietly and huppily. But
has not yet been mentioned. On giving up his
practice, Dr. Davis bud invited lloruce Cluyton,
a young physician, the
valued friendH,
aud take his place, begging him, for a while at
lenst, to make his house his home. Ouce there,
the old doctor would never allow him
became domesticated i
like a
other iumate of the family wl
of one of his
iuto the neighborhood
go
family, and
hold. If i
and Helen loved eaoh other, i
displeasure that he contemplated their growing
attachment. He kuew he could leave his daugh
worthy of her,
appreciating her.—
to herself, a latent
iu the
the doctor suspected that he
with
to
capable
Helen had, perhaps unk
spark of coquetry in her nature, which as yot
had never bceu developed, und sometimes when
she saw how much Horace loved her, she seemed
disposed to regard his affection lightly, though
heart that aff«o«iou
turned.
'I wonder where Helen is?" said the doctor,
he and Mrs. Davis, and Horace were seated
the piazza, enjoying tho cool breezes that
e so refreshing after the heat of the day.
I think I
lilacs," answered the young
what has become of her, and I will give
her a lecture in your
from the company.'*
The doctor Bmiled
without wailing for a reply, and
the path toward Heleu's retreat.
ding, and paused at tho entrance to the
intruder,
her white dress among the
Lei
for absenting herself
Horace took his hat
Ho found
be deemed
to see what improve
walk.
Miss Helen, I have
ments you have made hero siuce I last
If 1 will
the
longer ago than yesterday,"
and see how beautifully
They
a large
, almost hidden by a vine that
it. The flowers
blooming freshly, and entirely concealing
tke stone, which Helen would not have taken up.
Thoy stopped awhile to admire the effect of
this, and theu passed on to the brook which ran
past at a short distance from them.
" I have often wished that tho bridge
but papa thinks it would spoil the
"Which
said she ;
the periwinkles look after the rain,
passed through the walk, and
rounding
Helen had trained
bnt
here," said
littlu higher up,
Helen, " !
effect of solitude which that willow seems to
produce. He says there is a sadness iu those
droopiug branches that scents to say—* let
alone, tho brook and we sing to each other
plaintivo melody,'—and the treadiug of foot
steps upoQ this bridge would break in upon thu
harmony."
They turned asido, following the oourso of the
in sight of a sort of bower,
brook, till they
formed by the overhanging branches of
, covered wilh the dark brown
pending nearly to the ground.
" There is the witch's bower," said Horace ;
8, de
go in and iuvokc her aid i
But Heleu shruuk back. " I don't like
lei
fate.
that place," she auswered, shuddering, "
in the light of mid-day. I always faucy there
Ilya dark spirit within."
"But you
Heleu blushed, but she answered gaily, "1
afraid, sir knight, that the bpirit of the
bower has spells
afraid with
potent than
courage
Horace
smiled at
where the deepening twilight admonished them
to enter.
, Dr. Clayton," Baid Mrs. Davis.
1 wished
her .momentary confusion, and
he followed her toward
h< use,
delivering your lec
consult the oracle first,"
swered he, " but Miss Holeu'a courage failed
before reaching the temple?'
"What!" said Helen, luoking up, what lec
"Only a lecture iu my
young ladies stying out so
tame, iu regard
late that they
the assistauoe of a physician in getting
" I expected
Id a consulta
home," replied Dr. Davis gravely,
every moment to be sent for to ho
lion over your ease.'
" Papa !" exclaimed Helen, putting ber hand
over his mouth. Horace's face could
very quiet. He felt that
not indifferent to his love, but the
cold reserve she at time« exhibited towards him,
had kept him from speaking, lest ho should meet
with a repulse,
greatly encouraged
he would soon end
ever, some time before he found the opportunity
he sought, as the family was destined soon to
have auother inmate, who for a while completely
occupied Helen's attention,
day when Helen
all
Her kind manuer this evening
him, and be resolved that
tho suspense. It waa, how
In
or
working in their
with her mother, Dr. Davis
open letter in his hand. " My
r Bister!" he said to his wife, "hersuffer
ended at last. She declined ao gtuJu
ally that they did not know when she waa dying,
send for me. Amy writes
usual sitting
in wilh
i
that her mother expressed great anxiety to s<
She, poor ohild, is left quite alone."
1 You will surely bring her here, papa
Said Helen.
Dr. Davis looked at his wife,
answered warmly.
" No indeed, my dear wife, I ought
but I hesitated about giving you
charge."
>e
I
'* I
doobt my ncqbiescenoe ?" the
" It will make
have her here," said Mrs. Davis,
ought to have a companion."
Dr. Davis smoothed the dark hair
all happy, I
aud Helen
In
wife's still beautiful brow, and she looked up
lovingly in hi3 face. No, ho did
sho would be a kind nnlhcr to
would henceforth make her home
doubt that
the lonely
with them.
Amy Leeson
Helen, being just eighteen. She
years younger than
to know was to love. Of a gentle, contidiup
nature, she
others' hearts by her
■b i»
unselfish yielding
apparently suspecting them ul
unworthy motives. Many a
while with ber, that she
holy actions, and possessed a hidden strength
which lay unexerted, and many a
mulutcd by ber example
at least, that strength to do right.
Perhaps the interest she exoited, may linfta
been in a high degree owiug t her btlJ^Y.l?
Li. - could not walk without a eVutch. it <*I"WÏt:
tiful countenance was expressive of purity itself,
and its beauty
softened by ibe pensive droo, i
iu their plans, and
of her own,
unkind or
felt
capable of high and
Sti
injurcJ, hut rather
the long
her deep blue eye*. Her figure whs
fragile, and ouo felt that she
's childr.-u,
pluming her wiugs for immortality.
This would not, perhaps, have been the
could the have gone out in childhood to share
the sports of her companions. Exercise would
have strengthened her constitution, nud painted
the cheek with
y delicate,
oould not long remain among c
bloomed only
tde pale hlly.
Wo will pass over the first few weeks of Amy's
herself
her uncle's, where she
a daughter of the house
sad, stricken heart was comforted
hold,
for her pareut's loss, by the thousand daily
of kindness lavished upon her by her aunt nnd
cousin. Helen received, in her inmost luart,
and Amy, in return, neglected no opportunity
of consulting her cousin's tastes and pleasure.
Helen, though a fine pianist, could not sing,
and she derived so much pleasure from hearing
Amy, who possessed a charming voice,
highly cultivated, that she would sometimes
keep her a whole evening at the instrument,
wLen she reclined iu the easy chair at the other
end of the room, leaving Horace
leaves uf the music, and sometimes to unite his
voice with Amy's.
cheek of the young songstress learned
and her eye to brighten, as he leaned
expressing his admiration of her favorito songs.
Helen did not heed this. She was iucapahlc of
jealousy, and if she had thought his heart had
strayed iu the least from her siuce Amy's arrival,
sho would have scorned to endeavor to win bnok
his transferred allegiance. Amy, iu tho intoxi
cation of her undefined hopes, almost forgot her
lameness, aud gave herself up entirely to the
happiness of the present.
evening, just after »uusel, as Amy was
reading to her aunt, Helen stole out of the
nnd with a book iu her hand that her father hnd
that morning given her, took her way dowu to
the Lilac Walk. She had not been
her cousin's arrival, and she smiled
she saw the fallen leaves that lay scattered
nronnd and upon the
Walk. She sat down, aud opuuiug her book,
quite unconscious of all surroundiug
objects, iu the interest exeited by its pages
eyes had watched her
ho
i
long before the
fluih,
he,
heiself
'
the end
do
But
waudered away, nud soou Horace quietly fol
lowed ber, nnd coming Hilently behind her,
looked over her sh-mlder as she sat with her face
turned a way from the eutinnce of the avenue.
When, al length
by ber side, she
fusion. Her natural spirit
strong upon her, and ir. spite of his g
est manner, she gnyly chatted with him, i
rupting every attempt he made to lend the
versation into a more serious channel. Finally,
he ceased to speuk, aud only nuBwered her
by a grave smile, she rose, saying—
the house, and have one of
for I am dreadfully lired of talk
you must be tired of listening."
" Wait a moment," said he detninitig her,
I am only listening because you will not al
Then seeing her crimsoned cheek, he
, she looked up, nnd found him
colored with surprise and
of coquetry
Let
IM,
Amy's songs,
ing, and I ku
H
• You kuow, Helen, that I have sought i
opportunity of 9peakiug, and
listen to "
by
you must
"Must! Dr. Clayton?" sho returned play
fully, " methinks this is daring language
to me, here in my own especial dominions.
, Heleu. You
truly and devotedly
confirm those hoj
long made th« brightuetis of my
life, and let me feel that they Lave reality."
" I presume Dr. Clajtun thinks he is irre
sistible ?" auswered she, in a slightly haughty
, piqued that he should think her so easily
trifle with
Do
know you love me, e
1 do you. Will y
be
that have
Helen," exclaimed the yuuug man earnestly,
" you do love me. I speak frankly, because I
believe you iucnpable of trifling with the deep
, holiest feeliugs of our uature, next to the
love of God."
"Youdeceivo yourself," Hhe answered in a
tono of offended pride, " I do not love you !"
He stood looking at her for a moment in
the blood rushed to his faoe
a
astonishment,
and be said in a stern voice—
" I kuow that your
that ; should you let it be heard, it would plead
mplished Miss
heart does not say
for me—but the beautiful,
Davis looks down upon the pour country dootor
aspire to her hand. Ehe could
honest heart, and
carelessly as she would
Love ! fool
capuble of feeling it
who dares
heartlessly sport with a
then fling it aside as
her cast-off triukets.
to imagine you
He turned away from her. Hhe
call him, but the withering scorn
last words were spoken, withheld her.
passed out of the aveuue, and with hasty strides
approached the house, which he entered, and
went up to his
Helen would have given worlds to be able
y all that she hud said.
But he caunot think I
in which his
Ha
;
in earnest," she
Incapable of love ! Oh ! if
ber» U
Ho surel
when the
she called up pride
alone, reading. The affccticnate girl welcomed
her wilh a smile, gently chidiug her for guiug
io late.
You have
Helen," she said.
Helen tried to
back, she thought. But
aud he did uut
her aid, and with a firm
the house. She found Amy
;
to the lilao walk,
if she
_ smilo, but she felt
herself did not wish to go there unless she could
be reconciled to Horace.
In the evening, Horace
usual. He did not look ut
with them
Helen, who
his eye. When Amy sang,
stood by her, and afterward gently assisted
to her seat.
" Daughter, you
Davis, looking at Heleu as ehe
tho window.
"Oh, no, papa,'
coming toward him.
8he drew a low chair beside him, and rattled
gayly, and almost uninterruptedly. Her
eyes sparkled with unusual brilliancy, a
bright glow that mantled «her check made her
beautiful that Horaoe almost held his breath
He felt
gbt
silent to-night," eaid Dr.
a recess of
she answered, rising and
as he gazed upon ber.
acting a part. She k«pt
delighted by her spurkliug sallies, till it
time to separate forth* night; but when
had left them all, and
, she Bet the night lamp
all atuuted and
that
the
to
the tabic, ami
that
burst into tear».
She now felt that ho had gone too far—bow
In vain Bhe called to her ;
he must despiBe her. .
aid the pride that had ausiaiued her—she value«,
his love more than anything iu the whole world,
could Bhe ever hope to regain it ? Surely, be
would forgive the harmless vanity that haU
refuse him ; he would uot ccn*e to
their
My
led her
|>ve her—for those word* which no knew
ouly uttered to try the strength of liis attach
ment. But then his own word». Could he
me in them ?
" Daughter !
said her father, as he met her
>e tin
breakfast table, "you
morning
I must have lead very lute last night 1
'* I out after two o'clock, aud your caudle
burning.''
Helen tried
still
answer cheerfully, but all
, and her kind father in
the sofu and not at
Horace
ehe
ill
sibted that she should lie
tempt to go
easy chair.
"I am compelled I
morning, and therefore
morning ;
read to you awhile, if you sit in the
visit a patient this
deny uiysclf that
pi asure," answered Horace, bowing slightly to
He did not change his countenance
her eye, though she turned very pah*. He
awhile talking
-o Amy about l
interested, and i
doctor of his patients, and
Holou lay on the sofa and closed
from a desire to ho sileut
Nothing could exceed Amy's kindness. She
bathed her coH«iu's head, aud talked low aud
cheerfully to !
asleep. Horace
cteuiug, just al
vuis seated iu the large chair, and Amy
her. He bowed as he
' hook in
.tiling the
her, till she thought she was
dinner, but in tbo
twilight, he came iu. Helen
Helen,
, " Good evening, Miss
, but seeiug Amy,
saying in his usual
he came back—
d
pUnai
" Are you here, Miss Amy, dreaming iu the
darkness ? you have chosen
knd he drew a large rocking chair toward her.
which *hc took with a smile, while he seated
himself
humble
the ottoman site had occupied.
, he gently took away
, instead.
Helen ?" said Amy.
coming," replied Helen, rising and
following them with a firm step.
" Helen!" exclaimed the mother, "you
white
child ?"
When they went i
tho crutch, and c.ftVred his
" Will you
" I
a sheet. Why did you get up, my
a great deal better, mamma,
forced composure, seating
awered Helen,
herself at the table, and resolutely determined
opposite by
her father, looking so sweetly happy, that Helen
almost forgot herself in looking at her.
i', she would have
room, hut her father said they
tho sofa, and
conquer her emotion. Amy
When
she would feel better for having them all
around her.
ke her comfortable
pulse is, Horace," said
the sofa
which Helen was lying. He laid down his
book and placed his fingers on her wrist.
" I tl ink she has n violent nervous headache,''
ho said. " Her hands
spoke in a e Id, iudifier
Horace
Just
; doctor.
reading
vary cold." He
if, but her father
regard it, for be sprang forward, cry
ing out, ''.She has fainted."
"Helen, my ohild," said her father tenderly,
when sLo recovered,
Helen looked up aud
against the mantel piece wi
ftom her.
i i
is tho matter?"
Horace ietning
his face turned
go up stairs, papa," Bhe whispered.
, and fol
Lel
Her father took her i
lowed by her mother, carried her
: $i
Is Helen subject to these attacks ?" asked
"I do not think so," auswered Horace,
ing himself on tho sofa.
" I think she
have been eufl'eriug all
, when 1 spoko to her,
last uight.
this afternoon ; for
she did not answer, thougli her eyes
How well and how
:uu hardly imagine her sick.
Horace looked
witli her small thin fingers clasping
the book he had let fall.
" Thunk you for pickt
he, taking it from her.
such gentle
invited sho
'
tho frail little orenture,
up my book," said
cold for
It i
infidel work
kind, because written iu the
style, aud the ideas clothed in
tive style, and the ideas clothed in the
beautiful language.
"Aud for you too, Dr. Clayton," eaiti Amy,
"Oh, you have seen it them Bnt I do
subscribe to its doctrines, though I confess I
do not think as much upon these subjects
the most «lungert
attractive
the rao.it attrac
I I
I
i
" I am very sorry,
lie looked at l.er iu
quired—
ill Amy, simply.
surpribe, and in- ]
" Why, Miss zYrny ?"
She raised her clear, truthful eyes
she answered,
" Because l do
happy without them.
think
bo really
her words, btzt the earnest sim
plicity of her manner Hint struck him.
ke you happy theu
He did
They
expect a roply, but
musing on her pale countenance, rendered paler
by her deep mourning dress, aud wondered If
she were indeed hçppy.
, for such
Helen does not care for these things.
"Mrs. Davis
"There i
her,*' ho thought,
heaven,
but
back to say that Heleu
sleep, and that Amy bad better not go iuto
they feared she would
with her
that night,
be disturbed. Amy accordingly
, leaving Horace alone to
events of tbe day, and to wonder at the words
she herself had spoken.
CONCLUSION NEXT WEEK.
i hi
A cuntous fact for our Reformed Protestant
Dutch Church readers is recorded in a late
Euglish periodical. In the city of Norwich,
Euglaud there iso Dutch Protestant Congregation
founded in thu time of tho Duko of Alva, by the
refugees who fled ft ora Holland to escapo his
blood j! sway. The estates bequeathed to it rc
main among their descendants fb this day.
Tboso have a place of worship in the Black
Friars' Conventional Church.
Service is only performed in this church
a year, on n Sunday in midsummer, to prevent
thu lapse of the estates. Tho sermon is preached
by the Chaplain t« the Netherlands Embassy,
first iu Dutch ami then in English. The preach
er, for some years, huB been tho Rev. Dr. Goble,
minister also uf the Dutch Church, Austin Friars.
The congregation is said to possess n great many
valuable registers and old books, a lnrge foiio
Leyden Bible, an h'lzevier. Tho imprint retwls
Tot Lb tDEN.—By de Weduwo ende Erffgena-
van Johan Elzevier, Beeck druckers van do
Academie, 1Ü63.
We hope that tho first time any of our literary |
Knickerbockers visit England, they will make nu
exploration of this old Congregation. It would
be just tbe thiug for Brother Theodore Cuyler
to make a splurge on. Suppose our Kevcreud
fiieud, Dr. Dewitt, calls his attention to this sub
ject in the next Christian Intellige -
An Eloquent Appeal.— ' Would to God,'ex
claims the authoress of ' Hints
Beauty,' (Mrs. E. Oakes Smith,) • would lo God
touched, as with a coal from his
altar, that I might ssy something in behalf
Dress oinl
my li.
of our sisters, who toil nud spin that
adorned beyond the lilit s of the field; Who weep
y be daintily
o, by tbe abundnuce of
emulous, and finally
and suffer and die,
cared for ; and
adorning, grow weak
depraved aud lost. It does
of the depths of womanhood w
thiug to take the sword
bruised one*, for every
, that out
the bouIb of these
ug inflicted upon
_kind, is a wrong inflicted upon ourselves.
Wo to the woman whose selfish vanity leads her to
pay scantily for the labor of such, who exacts much
dpays little, and who carelessly wilhlmds the
pay when it ts due, and thus compels the sewing
lose time and strenyth in collecting her
It ia not well to shut ourselves i
"I
o
small dues.
gorgeous saloons, with adorning» such as a
Cleopatra might have envied, and which might
have lent new graces lo an Aspaeia—it is not
well to go forth conquering aud to conquer in all,
tho pomp of exclusiveness and wealth, while the
rude laugh, and the coarse jest, aud tho deprav
iuga of vanity ure converting our kind from be
ing lower than the angels, iuto shapes ot dark
lost and so miserable that the hells that
receive them might woepover tho melancholy
Noble Sentiment».— Condemn no man for
not thinking aa you think. Let evey ono enjoy
tbe full and free liberty of thinking for himself.
Let every mm use his own judgment, since every
mu*t give an aocount of himself to god.—
Abhor every approach, in any kind of degree,
to the Bpirit of persecution. If you cannot reason
or persuade a mau into the truth, never attempt
to foi ce him into it. If love will not compel him
to come,leave him to god, the Judge of all .—John
;
.
be
to
he
Wesley.
her
Kf.OPRMK.NT—D ibooveky a:
days since a
accompanied by i •* •
represented to !>•
, arrived in H
males,
wife aud the other his si
I stopped at one of the principal h »
On Monday of lost week they left the hotel,
ing that they wero going to Washington, in
of which they went to a house on North mi
where the man had engaged to board for t:
During the lattar part of the Inst week
party
cation
.1
from New York and made
officer Tayman, of the detective
to assist him in looking for liis wife,
alledged had eloped with the husband of anoUicr
woman. The search was begun and a ein- t.»
ihn whereabouts of the
obtaiued, and it
bike the uino o'clock
Philadelphia. Accordingly the husband i
scnrcli of his wife, in company with
to the President street depot
rneneed u search through the cars. After pna-i
two the liusLand espied hi*
and female* wni
discovered that they would
1 a
through
sposa sitting snugly by the side of him for
sho had forsaken her
children. He approached U
were sitting, and tapping the
der uttered
then went to
, husband
the shoul
three deep oxpeltives, and
k in right good earnest with his
the head :unl shoul U-i - of the parly
iu company with his wife. Immediately
tv use excitement was created about the depot,
and a large crowd gathered to
going on. During tho aff.ny all the parti«* coo
ed got out of the oar«, aud wocn they reached
«gain vigorously
tho platfi
applied until the the officer iuterfcml .and put a
stop to it. The parties li
of the marshall police, but before they got ncro»*
Eastern avenue the cane was again applied t >
the hack and shoulders of the individual agti
whom the charge of abduction was made They
t quietly to the marshal's office,
started for the office
the husband stated that the young
self had
previously been partners in business,
and their families had been on intimate terms of
friendship ; that the sister who accompanied tho
the abandon
well
twain had persuaded the wife
ment of her husband and children,
him to the desertion of his own wife und child.
The parties remained for some time at the office,
and after a conference between them it
termined that all charges Bhould bo withdrawn,
and they would all return to New York together.
then called and they left lor the
•.rain homeward. The
about 85 years of age,
«hm besought ap]
arked that lor
consequeuce of the absence of
partaken of
than sufficient to sustaiu him iu his
de
A carriage
depot, to take the
husband appeared
while the wife and
ed to be about 24. He
week, i
his wife, lie had neither slept
food,
search.
Home. —" Home is like love ; its chief valuo is
iu its permanency. The wife is mote apt
that trees are plautcd, vines trained around tho
porch, r gra«9 plats weeded, the paling white
washed, tho house kepi in repair and order, the
children sent regularly to school, and the good
will und respect of the neighbors conciliated,
when she feels that Bhe has a home for her litllu
flock, that lies above all reverses ot her
band's fortunes. What a crashing terror it must
be to n sensitive womau to infer from e$cb cloud
upon lier husband's brow, thaï the lowest
tive of the law may order her forth, with her
children, their school books, u few cooking
sils, nnd half-a-dozen chairs, to live a precarious
life in a high-priced aud comfortless lodging
erected for tenants ! If we would have a child
brough up under the hallowed influence of h
affections and self respect, it should not know
the shock of being marched, with a weeping
home, by a constable. If
citizens high-miuded and indti
innstitutea State, such
tlusr, out of i
would have
pcodeut men, such ns
will defend it better than high-raised wall
labored mouodj let them be happy in their homes
imbued with local affections, permanent iu their
uffections, permanent in their residencef; let
them feel that home has a limit, that the rapaci
ty t.f the creditor must stop .before the sanctity
of Home, that the law will not lay sacrileg
bauds upon household goods. Au American's
homo should bo his castle.
a Tree.—I n tho secoal
" Trees of America,"
think, should be
He says :
Eve
I number of
I find a suggestion whtch,
i written in ' letters of gold.
" The present noble Queen of England, before
.cemled the throne, planted with her oun
oak at Ohatsworth. * * In
born sovereigns, it i
. l'i|ier'a
]
be hoped that, fro long, every lady tall deem r
her duty to imitate England's queen in this, and
plant at teaet one tru. When our ladies shall do
this, then will tbo work be anJ , throughout
broad land the reproach oi neglect, iu thu*
respect, have passed away."
Have you ever plautcd a
who are reading this ? Or have you frRttt/Ja
acquaintances under your influence who
needlessly cutting down shade-trees by the road
side, or neglecting to plant
»uld bo beautiful ? It is t
look for reformation on this out- naliuuui
and fall." How charming, how poetical it
be so iudcbicd to tl*
gentler sex for a national reform in this respect,
that tbe first thought on seeing a beautiful
would be one of grateful horaago to w
refer our fair reader
dear lady ; you
where they
would be if
. We
Dr. Piper's magnificent
rk (to be found at any bookstore, probably)
admirable reasons for valuing
their utility and necessity to the farmer a- well
as their beauty. The portraitt of remarkable Irres
given in this work, are in the highest style of art,
and nobly calculated tc inspire
wning glory of nature
|
this
Disclosures or a Lkjuob Dealer. —Mr. Dela
, President of the New York State Tempe
rance Society, in his recent address at the Capi
tol in Albany dwelt mainly on the now prevalent
adulteration of liquors.
" Within a few weeks," he said, " it has come
to my knowledge, that a person whose conscience
revolted at his employment, in a large liqu
tablisbment, left it for a more innoceut and credi
table business. He stated that it now took only
ne say four gallons of pure whiskey to
barrel of the whiskey of commerce. To
added rain water, contphcnc and
do ; the latter to restore the bead destroyed
. He stated also that brandy made
imitate tbo real French brandy, and of the
sold at $-1 a gal
poisonous character.
Ion, costing 22 cents. That ail kinds of wine
closely, that tho
could not discriminate, costing but a trifle, and
sold at prices to suit customers. The higher the
«Unding of tbe customer, and the
lar as to bis wines, tbe higher the price
fy him as to quality. The moût celebrated Euro
pean dealers, be it known, are not much behind
the American traders in their adulteratiou.
best judges
Una O' I
I urn II
Smile of Woman. —A woman
bewitching th&u a
sound of flutes
The Laugh
has not a natural grace
sweet laugh. It ia like
the water. It leap« from her heart i
sparkling rill, and the
as if bathed iu
that hears it feels
the cool, exhilarating spring.
And bo of the smile. A beautiful stuile in to the
female countenance what tbe sunbeam is to the
landscape. It erabeUistaeB an inferior face, and
A smile, however, should
insipidity in thereiult;
n*!j
redeems
not beeome habitual,
j nor should tho mouth break i
side, tbo other remaining passivo and unmoved,
for this imparts an air of deceit and grotesque
ness to the face. A disagreeable smile distorts
the lines of beauty, and is more repulsive titan a
frown. There aro many kind.-, of «miles, each
having a diatiaetive character;
goodness and sweetness, others betray sarcasm,
bitterness, and pride ; somo soften tbe cuunteu -
by their languishing tenderms», other;
brighten it by their brilliant wwi spiritual viva
1 city. Gazing and poring before a mirror cannot
uiring beautiful smiles half »o well as
watclithnt the
■ li:... .<i ••-.
a
aid in acq
, to turn the gaze inward,
keeps unsullied front tho reflection oi cvi\ nnd
j H illumined aud beautified by all swoot thought*,
i — Porter's Spirit of the Times.
|
Eight of tbe lloston eburcb«Mure with»
tots at this time, viz: tbe Kings Chapel
South, Bowdou fetreet, Fifth Universal Phillips,
£ 0 tah Boston; Maverick, East Boston; Ilow
• j oin gq Uare> am j the Unitarian Society in Suffolk
B t. To these may be added the Wiuthr.ip Church
( n CtMtrlwtoh, the Myatio in Medford, and tho
, Qrthordox church in West New Malden uud East
ngmbridge
i | ^Ooe
him can bayonet
meicy because Americans
quarters now
had n Costa Ri
of Walker's
his breast, refused to esk
't take Spanish

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