Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - July 22, 1859, Dover, Delaware STATE VOL. 4. JULY 22, 1859. WHOLE NO. 519. JOB PRINTING SECOND 8TOHY REPORTER unction of Main aud King Awe 1) O V E It HAVING carefully a full assortment oT NEW AND BEAUTIFUL the super- vision of the boat In the we are to promptly and on the most reasonable every description of BOOK JOB Such an In plain according to In fancy of any size or Selected BLANKS I NOW ON II AND and the a large of to which thc tion of Justices of tho Peace and others requiring are respectfully JUSTICES OF THE per ad 75 75 to attach 75 to attach surety of Foreign Negro Marriage Referee of Stute Commitment and Bond ii Bastardy 75 75 70 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 in 75 00 or for Fee 12 cents per FOB Constable's 75 per Distress 75 M and 00 per 1 with power of 1 00 Judgment and 75 75 Promissory 75 Checks on the 76 The above Blanks are all printed on the bost and the blank spaces ruled to facilitate Persons wishing Blanks sent to them by mail or by thc are requested to remit the amount of by as well as the postage or freight ou the package to be packages can bo forwarded to finy point on the between Seaford and for 25 Tho Postage on each sheet is one cent. All kinds of Blanks neatly printed to order on ble ALFRED R. ATTORNEY AT 210 Market above DEL. SURVEYOR Wonderful Excitement in THINGS AUK WITH A RUSH I GKT Of THE WE WANT TO IN TUB FIKST TRAIH THAT LEAVES FOK Mason's theap Clothing HE has been to the and chased a assortment Spring consisting of ready Wk and Socks of tho latest In we can fit put any man with as nice a suit of aid at as low a figure as any one in the Try us friends mid young and rich and high and and see if we do pot tell tbe Our to is very small and quick and we won't that's so We our sincere thanks for the liberal patronage we received during the past and we would again solicit your And we can you that no pains shall be spared to both in rial or Every garment warranted to be a perfect or no Cutting done at short Remember the place is at J. Mason s next to Inane Baker's J. S. Merchant Dry Goods for the Million I A SPLENDID bought at the both at New York and Philadelphia Auction ami direct from importers of this City and New and will be sold low on the system of ONE TO ALL consisting in part Fancy Bayadere Black Plain 24 in. Black largest assortment in the Satin Foil De Silk double Chintz Satin Du Lace and from to Stella all and Linen of every in groat Kid Spring English and French Marseilles and Household of all We are daily in receipt of all the novelties of the of DRESS Pale peak thy whitu While sharply on the deep blue sky thy In came Tho Through Floral bowers repeats And every rose her fragrant swings With But not for this love-born Nor yet tropic that blew Through blessed thy form the the lightning and bv the driving hurricane In wrecks tny peaks are Deep in thy heart Burn on vast struggling to rend apart Their and then in wrath be Blazing upon the IH vain conspire thy and The madness born Herene thou laughest to Calm art thou now Ai wUen tho Aztec on thine awful brow on some eve like from Where lives bis name no And thou hast seen through dark defiles the ominous Of hast heard the Of And ret again Hast seen strange bannera steering o'er the When from his soared to conquest forth The eagle of the Yet at thv While rolling tides of empire beat Thou oh on thy Of unchanged Type of a Power solemn at this hour Speaks to the nations of mighty Vi Which at thy birth was Prophet the morning's wings will float the Of martial horns j yet mid the din Chy spell Will sway me In feet with a crater three 1.000 feet cover It. but of tlie up there but aid It forlorn the drift hill at Cape The Mystery of Must we forever bo content to feel its power and not be able to fashion into words the emo- tions which flow from its divine just the moment when the mind is in the mood to receive its swell and its triumphant choral its hilling its strain rising summer wind and off to dim immeasurable how often is the stillness charmed into sweet sound How the music from a full band enthralls the still and en- trances every There is some strange witchery in some Business We may have goods to lut if we do not follow out thc lines of along the information needful to the people of the cities in the of our ability supply them with the goods am manufactures provided for their or hope for the full benefit which these offer to ise the incantation lurking in this spirit of song which sways thu breast in absolute harmony with the current of the all rise and The Invasion of The York commenting upon thc rumored invasion of Ireland by Napoleon 111., The risk would be to the benefit resulting from and even cess itself might prove as fatal to him as to when he conquered the Romans and xe hold of Another such and we are and ability is distances T In this season J an is and and tho newspaper is the igent to be used a of such re for that thrown his mettle there no The of has beyond what be might and there no foretelling all calculation for speed and Those what might be the He has proved business men who have consulted with proper himself a skilful he has under his com- discretion the facilities at are advancing the finest army -in the best in the of while 1 pointed andI the he most m- rise ana j y and the most the yielding we aad re y g Now the mighty harmonies of Shakspeare and Milton seem to surge across breast of those aids which they were obliged to resort or immediately are yet Tom of rolling verse of and the oratory Webster and alternating with the geneous all animated by a common ment and a common This is flushed with and is so confident in its own capabilities that it would be only too glad to be led against the British who have no longer a to guide The eyrie waltzes of Strauss will bring before the mind's eye every ball at which you have every belle of whose beauty you have felt the subtle but invisible charm eyes in whose delicious depths floated mirth and flashing rings and white little slippered tresses of or midnight Then as the ing strain and you will hear the tramp of grand the lights and surging sounds of mass and the passionate appeals of political Sad scenes will picture only to be drawn aside by brighter And that may become generally part of his and the press is the present day be newspapers are diffused far and wide they are read by a all classes of and they afford CL RESPECTFULLY tenders his services tn the in the above All business entrusted to his care will be promptly and satisfactorily attended on the Public 8fd door cast of Fountain's w S. H- M. W. P. P. and N. B. Isaac and J. 0. Bird i Messrs. R. AV. Henvy J. Tavlor and John K. 6w 53 North Eighth below S T T I O E And Blank Book NO. 127 MARKET 1> E L A W A It E THE subscribers have at their establishment a large of Railing to which they would call the attention of those about enclosing Cemetery at their Front between Kadison and STEWART BARGAINS IN DRY R. 15 North SECOND hag in daily New York and Philadelphia AUCTIONS all the most desirable Styles of DRESS which will be sold cheap for consisting of Challie de from Poll from 23 from Satin Challie Barege Barege Dn Crape de E Plain from up from 10 from 12J Cloth Table Brown and White ing and Shirting table A large assortment of MEN AND A fine assortment ol Stella from 50 to 00. Cheap Black Mohair and many too to thin out and give us a No. 15 North Second ing after the long of which the smaller The Ancients on the Immortality of the poets have always written and will always i because it is responsive to some feeling As long as we are held captive by these Of universal will float up from the ly we only fulfil a certain amount of j depths of your consciousness with which only do a laborious day's to which overmasters you the only vehicle by which men ments at a distance become generally At tbe present as this of though a most important organ of has not attracted attention with contemporary simply because the material of business is more palpable and and it will be only by degrees that the power of. the press will be acknowledged as equal to that o steam for the furtherance of tho business ente Depend upon there is nothing like paper to send business ahead other modes may be useful to some but this will be found all and those of the largest experience will This thc in- and unaccustomed to avail nothing even against a small army they are a mere like slut the devouring The French burn to face the stain of and so. does leon Whenever he makes up his mind to avenge that steam power renders to WHOLESALE RETAIL BREAD AND CAKE BAKERY 135 ARCU below of SAMUEL RILEY the GOOD FIXTURES of this hopes by strict attention to business to and receive a continuance of the patronage of old new There will be general satisfaction given to those purchasing goods in my Orders promptly attended 807 SPRING GARDES HAVE one of the largest and best selected of American and Foreign DRY 4 i to be found in the Comprising tronage extended to him during the in would and DRESS GOODS of every THE FOUNTAIN THE SECOND BETWEEN AND PA. W C FOUNTAIN THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPEN FOR THE reception of It has been refitted and refurnished for the better commodation of guests and Its cation is in the very centre of tho business portion of the per The thankful for thc liberal we are compelled by Our souls of heavenly have been expelled from their lofty dwelling as it sink into the mire of a place of exile to our di- vine and eternal But I believe that the immortal gods have placed souls in human to give protectors to the who whilst they contern plate the order of the enly may imitate its unvarying larity in This view is not alone 'the point of my own understanding and but it is based upon the high testimony of the greatest I early taught that Pythagoras and his disciples never ed but that our souls were an out poring of the universal which is What more shall T say I am convinced I that a soul go a memory so this into so we have not expressed our idea no reverie attains unto it. Can you tell the story of an vision Could an artist paint ghost of a dream or the loveliness and terror of that Medusa ance for has thrilled the like the sensations of youthful like the enthusiasm of a grand outpouring of the or the sound of many or the sight of the harvest or a storm at or a can but be and thus can be understood the Mystery of the the the enchantment that lurks in Melody and is the paradise of that the man shall work for the he alone shall support take marriage man many arts and so many discoveries j enduring fatigue for her and hardships of and rude con- lie returns home in the of activity this activity which belongs to its suffering from menta and cannot belong to a soul which i save is Our soul is in a state j has had no neither shall it have any because it cannot give back it- On thc other hand ns the soul is simple in its nature and without any mixture of foreign it cannot be and that which is indivisible cannot Qr from the weariness of worldly things nd from the baseness of But in his recep tion at home there is such an infinite a calm that he hardly believes in the cruel realities he has gone through all the day he that could not have been i The writer himself found the sun and The wounded soldiers writhed in torture as the miserable springless of the country bore them slowly along for twelve hours a The roads were nearly Instead of universal jubilation there is universal Lancers tear away the flags from their riflemen pluck from their caps the flowers they always carry in war the officers cither gave vent to their fury in or more directly confine themselves to angry gestures that this soul still though it can no should reserve entirely for j frowning The contrast so vividly longer be discovered in any Of a truth ibat nature made her so incapable of performing j an instructive idea of the tbe honor which belongs to distinguished men i ruder sorts of earthly This renders him i to which moral impressions affect the was but an ugly There is but one Take good my dear not to think j thing in the and that is you that when I leave you I shall be or woman's mission to renew the heart tell you so. THE has there been more remarkable contrast presented to the lic eye than that contained in the letters from the rival camps in The writer from the camp of the allies can hardly find words pictorial enough for the beauty of the the riance of its the geniality of its or the sensation of pleasure which every soldier is penetrated as he pursues his The road lies through shady enlivened by the song of the and adorned with the most charming After a few hours of easy and delightful exercise the troops arrive at the camping place for the where they find excellent all kinds of rural and a most agreeable The next refreshed and they re- sume their only to go through a lar promenade with a similar Turn now to the Austrian pondent writing from the same comparatively easy what bis uncle found to be a. work of Had the elder leon been in possession of this mighty he would have successfully invaded either land or or The steam navy of France is now equal to that of Great and in spite of all the vigilance of the English Channel fleet a mighty army might be landed on the Irish or British A dark night or a fog would render a descent perfectly The coast defences are of no and both the late Duke of Wellington and Sir Charres Napier have declared that a French in- vasion is a matter of easy This it is which renders the statesmen of land so ill at Their wooden are no longer the impregnable bulwarks which they were found to be in other and the tion is not can Louis Napoleon invade his but will he do it 1 Whether he will do so depends on and depends more on the good behaviour of the neighbor than on his own lust of or on any scheme of aggrandisement which he have The elder Napoleon may never contemplated it but as a desperate ty for A the same and march over the very same can scarcely describe the the or the disgust prevailing around dust that t shall cease to Through the whole of the time I have been with you have not of Protected and nourished by the she in turn nourishes him with In Love seen my but you have known by my ner true sphere of the only labor that Believe jt js essential she should It was that tions that it was in my efficiency of a in would 1 the citizens of j him whenever i Delaware to be afforded which usually appertains to a first WILLIAM C. Feb. 25, 1859. late of Del. A and ask but one N. B. The eighth Street Coaches pass tbe door every five Fare would not survive them did not their souls indifferent to all enjoyment that is and compel us to preserve their I have j makes it seem to him Why should never been able that souls lived he go in quest of pleasure ly so long as they existed in mortal as pleasure is there apart from the that they died as soon as they them neither he loves It is well said in Eastern that not but an aggregation of What Mr. the traveled wives and daughters lose three-fourths of the pleasures of summer travel by the inexcusable perversion of true taste and common in dressing for a rail car or steamboat as if they were going to a court Cannot some few gentlemen have their own way for and set the fashion by dressing their families for a mer travel in substantial lowing no member anything beyond what a small carpet bag would which should be the sole article which each one was to take care of. Let us all put ourselves on OUT good and not on our Tlw fact the clerks and proprietors of the captains of steamboats and the conductors of railroads see .it the very first glance the real status of s the dullest the most stupid cabin and the laziest are neither nor nor nor in the estimate they make of as if by flag's Journal of MISHAP TO THE AUSTRIAN WAR of a celebrated painter of tles was requested by the Emperor of Austria to proceed to the theatre of in order to paintings of the principal events of tbe M. in order to be a close had adopted the costume of A Tyrolean was unfortunate while making able that souls lived go in quest of pleasure s unai THE vv me o Ions as they existed in mortal as pleasure is there apart from the woman whom editor of tho Utica Herald says the Turcos arc to be made prisoner oy D i ft that they would lose all conciousness they left bodies without conciousness when the wife is the And better still and A moie motley and said the Hastern poet A wife is a set of fellows one never laid eyes bey left bodies without j fatu the I have on the that at the Our western experience enables us to j They delight in setting all the when freed aU corporeal when she is poor Then though j at Their are tese Irish counsellor having lost his which had been tried before three one of BOULDEN 118 Market TO OFFER THE TRADE THE following in Bonded Warehouses in COGNAC f CO. and CASTILLION CO. UNITED P. JUNIPER DOUBLE STAR of choicest Orders taken for direct a stock of No. 13 North Second Arc const re- new and desirable goods for Spring and Summer comprising in part Black Stella Poil da DC French Brilliants A full assortment of Table MEN and great Goods bought and sold exclusively for one and No 13 North Second above STEREOSCOPIC ALL AT 421 MARKET moment and returning to its primeval the soul has would be filled with a conscious when the human being is dissolved by we know what becomes of his com- ponent parts because everything returns its original j whom was esteemed a very able and coarse to thc two others but very some of his she brings you j and their morals barristers were on the occasion to says the duce could help it when there were a hundred judges on the bench A hundred judges 1 There were but St. replied one and Is any difference in thc pronunciation remains always You know of a of slang words and The longer they j aro lhc of of and inquired a remains always mv acquisition of good Although wearing the uniform of the of his The if was the either in but hardy but war j comes a to and peace a all young where they have been trained and people to acquire in early life the habit of they aro the terror of honest ci in But the soul either ing good both in speaking and of Lounging about the or its or DULI jnb when united to the or separated from j and to abandon as early as possible any use sunning around the they 111.11 iu c i that nothing resembles death so much live the more but the activity of souls during language will be nnd if j they are customers one wouW hate to meet of a that which reveals their I the proper season for thc acquisition dark A regiment of these More at liberty and j be passed in its the victim on is a not they afford us into of which of neglected education is very probably doomed casily forgotten more will be known when they are fully re- to talk slang for Money not necessary has it THE TRUE following is a translation of a scroll which has been OLD 1840, very XXXX CHOICE j XXX XX DOUBLE OLD WHEAT 1825. WILLIAM ATTORNEY AT has removed his office to Main 2d door below Fountain's in where ho continues to practice in the different Courts of Law in the A FASHIONABLE in a large company and examine the beau- STEREOSCOPIC The subscriber has effected arrangements to f the keep a very complete assortment of 01 my me. j 1 and also of Stereoscopic both on class and colored and ina of j Crystal Natural Ancient Winter and Domestic We would simply assure the citizens of ware and that our ment shall sufficiently and that our quite as low as those of any in tho larger tt u desire that our friends and tho public should call ana see onr specimens ot this lately discovered wonderful and beautiful art. 1'Jl Market Del. the bonds of thc to procure this Every man if it be thus with then I become as God in He has merely to the of raris on the new wek if with the then you guage which he reads instead of slang jbj Uic i who arc the creators and upholders of all he hears to form his taste from the best spea coc jus these wonderful you ers and poets of the country to treasure up lem guard and keep my i choice phrases in his and habituate Even though 1 may be in I still believe himself to their avoiding at the same time in ihc immortality of the and maintain my that pedantic precision and bombast which show j thorns of our error with and I do not wish to be the weakness of a vain ambition than the I the set right in an error which constitutes thc en- polish of an educated and sealed with ou relics of the true the steeple of tied with ribands arc plac of the cro the virgin St. the patron sanit of this Paris on thc visil of one of the in one of the Ah announced said the IK a man attacked my I reply 1 Not I. Do you understand what my slight i pronunciation or I There is but one in the whole i State of Rhode and that points the wrong way when a man asks tbe tion to any place within the they set the Jogs on live to a great as is well There are two men up there so old that they have forgotten who they and there are no neighbors living who can An old settler out who was elected tice ol the couldn't raise enough to pay an officer lor swearing him in so he stood be- opinions in ter benediction of the cross which is forc tt qualified Sotre f red I thc of I don't to be placed on thc summit of the steeple ignorant He for ve I'll tell i You know lhat if you had a bent arm of which was the tor stretching his and looking very im- one In what and tho other big enough the water would stand care much about the but lady remarked on a very ig who was complimented on his good ought a great doc t sense he never Theodore Hook says of railroads and boats annihilate space and not to in what 1 can it is nearly in the following There was last week seventy-seven interments less than the week tho fact ma am. is to ask the delusion that before a man BUnds know it.