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   Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - January 20, 1854, Dover, Delaware                               S T A DOVER, FRIDAY AFTERNOC R E P 20, 1854. NUMBER 41. iilR. STATE BEPOBTEB DT S. Capital of State ol 'Delaware. VINGr been Itfiftttscessftil operation since constantly increasr can no longer ing in considered- airy btrt-it has Philadelphia Advertisements. MEDICAL. Jnto and achieved, for tiabltatlifri and U and it j pleasufe to announce that it is pennaiieiitly aind'duriably established, enjoy- 'of patronage and the favor .ef tttfe- People imd: the- Democratic Party of Before the idea of the KBPOETEII d at all, We often expressed won- was no papflr published at the -'capital flf the State j and weTelt sure that if one started -'here, it frohr ita central TfHisttion, iposseas advantages, over all other in itherState- which none other could and j; Injudiciously and with enterprise it'-wdtfld. necessarily become STATE PAPER. by solicitation, ready t :and otherwise, to tempt a trial ideit, :we did so; and the opinions we have become a fixed fad. KucCesS'has-tcen the reward of all our efforts. The1 DBt.jtvJyrirE STATE REPORTEJI is not and Will-''be '-tlie month-piece or organ of any clique, or -divisioft-of -either or any Party. It the faithful advocate of the -principles contained in the PLATFORM OF 1850, And -on all National questions it stands, boldly nndfeViottngly on the Baltimore Platform ii -DEMOCRACY OF 1852. .i ehief.aim jt has the tfaios and the the. Democratic Party of Delaware. jtBws'departinent'it will not he behind Delaware -'newspaper. Whiit the and onr exchanges do not afford- in and. fully obtained by means of the Astnnmaryof NEWS given -m-'-om next-'after the arrival of every steamship. manufacturers awl proprietors of this justly celebrated 11. It- R. liemcdies were the first to discover a .remedy possessing the marvellous aud miraculous, power of stopping the most excruciating pains in an instant, allaying the worst cramps 'and spasms, cither internal or external, in a few minutes, and soothing tbc most severe paroxyisma of rheumatism, ncnral- i... soon as applied. consist of three rcmc- gia, and the tic i The' .R.-Ri'H..Remedies cot dies, each" possessing quick and wontk'rful powers over certain complaints and .diseases, will instantly relieve the fiimum System from pain regulate each organ to a healthy action; all diseased deposits re- novate the body from all corrupt humors re- build the weak "and broken down constitutions; restore, to health, strength and vigor all unsound 'and woru-out parts. For all acute complaints, internal-and external. it is applied externally, ortaken into the system, it will stop the most excruciat- ing pain: and quickly remove its "cause. Mr. Granger, a m.ison, well known in Brooklyn, was a cripple for nine years. Runway's Ready. Relief relieved him from pnin in fifteen minutes, enabled him to walk two miles without the aid of stick or crutch 'in three days, and cured hhn entirely iu one week.; Cholera. Jlortrus. Radway's Ready Re lief will relieve flic sufferer of all pain hi fifteen or twenty hiiriiitcs. ft. trill cure the" most despe- rate cases in a few hours. The moment this relief is applied it alloys the most painful paroxyisms. It will always1 cure sick headache, it will relieve the most -distressing pains -in fifteen minutes. It likewise prevent renewed attacks. Ague. llJ ten miutttes a tea spoonful :of this relief will stop the chills and break the fever. Aches of all kinds, pains of all kinds, bruises, burns, scalds, strains, sprains, stiff joints, Tlainc-ness. 0elected pottrg. WOODS is BT PAXXT Toward the winter Woods desolate stretch ont their empty arms, lake the lone life has lost its charms, And green hopes fall and die. lu the wild storm they stand, Uncrowned like Lear, trembling, with a moan; Their gorgeous beauty with flown; Unlike the reft kingTr-grand. Bnt lo! there is a change! The soft white flaljcs descending like a balm, Have tire. haddelayed going on board for some tnne on'account ot my children having, the mcsaes. We homed on board on Wednesday afternoon, in.anticipation of an immediate de- .When TTC reached, the San Francisco, iM__ _rt Wc fouhcT that Slajor Taylor and his .i Inasmuch as he and arrival, in hopes lhat they would come in the remaining boats, but they did not CoL Gates OFTHESAH .SMLTEXEXC as MRS. COL. OWES. Ups of the wife of CW. lATEVtiCjtbeSd Beghncnt ArUUery, will; tisefrwith interest as giving female im- prcss onsoflhcmelaneholy disaster: Oi the morning of Wednesdayv the 21st of we were, informed that everything in readiness for a _ t m Their branches look like sails a fleet unfurls, Until dissolved like XJleopatra's pearls, :The quaffed flakes disappear. And when the white frost steals, Along tbe night, with velvet-sandaled feet, Throwing o'er every bongh a net complete; glory morn reveals! The Day-god with his wand, Tenches' each shining twig, till suddenly, jeweled train, descending merrily, 'Mindeth of fairy-laud. The bright-wiwKil birds are flown, The leaves all watered, and the squirrel eyes With glance his Once green paradise; -Yet say uot they are lone, The wintry woods; though bare, And by the rushing winds all wildly tost, Snow-robed, or luminous with showering frost, God seemcth ever there. felt mwilling-to wait any longer for them, and on Cipt Watfans "sent the ready to embark if The Golond c orders to leave, on intercession of Cot. freinont, "rrocnadcred his decisibh, and told CapUynWafldnsthaV he a Bttlc longer fiw hito, iriasmndi as If -'to- did not it would put-Major Taylor to .a large expense-to reach, Caiiiornia: by the .Isthmus. He would not answer, they would return to their wort again. On Sunday, I think it was, that the potttfd tncats and sardines were brought ont. Prior to" that we had feasted on sea-bis- coil whilst lying rolled up hi wet blankets.. At one time we suflcrcd much for.water, and seve- ral of the soldiers who had gone-forward water had overboard. Towards night, Col: Gates determined, if possible, to get some at the risk of his life. lie-was ad- vised not to undertake it, bnt' ho attempted' it and succeeded. On Tuesday morning the men came into the cabin where tbc women were in great consternation, giving us no further hope, of being saved. Hie wind was: -blowing in most fearful squalls from the northtrcst. Men were called aft by the Captain, to batten down the hatches; to prevent, as .far as possible, the water from rushing in upon us. It was whis- pered around thattlic cabin where had given way. MajwriWyfee then put on his life- preserverand fastened his babe around his neck. The Captain, Col. Gates, and several of the men, succeeded in shearing the hatches. Gradually, however, the force of the gale was less violent, and in the afternoon it was more quiet. Doing the. afternoon the Kilby hove in sight. When we learhci that she woukLreruain by us we were in excellent spirits, and. {he entire night was passed in a most pleasant The passengers were iti clusters together, Isugh- SAVING Liortii have often spoken of. the advantage to the farmers of saving the urine of his 'stock. This substance, though equal in value to the solid mftiiy cases totally Perhaps the readiest and best way of paving that froin cattle.and horses during the .winter is to hftTC cellar under their stalls, where both the KqaM and solid portions of the manure -are deposited together. By this means nodnng Beed.be lost. and if it is desirableio mix with the manure, in may b6 very cotmmiently done; they may be Jipread over uw mfam-e from time to thne in just such quantities as are deemed proper. -But there are situations in- which tire advan- tages of odlara. cannot; :be'.nad51y.i Many are obliged barns already built, and if they are not on the most approved plan, thoy must be turned to'the best practical use. Theaiiimal liquids majr bclnostly saved even where there is no cellar for the man- ,urc- dust bcstcwtd over the ftoottof. the and his lady finally arrived on board, .fie'bad j fainted away, however, from the exertion caused previously artnmfesTdned another person to se- j by four days, and nights being passed without a s'trte-iwmifot-bim.-which was dorie. It j rest In- the ;morning, much to orirjoy, the was below, bnt hewas much dissatisfied writh j barque was still in sight, 'and we. were still it, because it was top .aft.. .He wanted, two more overjoved when Captain Low said that be WOUIQ take'us.on board. About nqon the wind had subsided "sufficiently tt commence barkfng. The ladies vrerc let down into the bints tied around their waists. I Bnt it will be necessary to have, the floors tight, "ortlrcre wifi''be rn.ore of legs loss. A mode; .similar" 'to that just mentioned is adopted by-Hon.. F. ins and talking with one excellent jjvjiose judicious..raanageimenlLand application spirits. Mrs. Chase and my sister, (3SGss of' manures, has.bccn an important item in his -1 T-5-.il 1-1. ...r., T... r- TOst 4hA AFFAIRS DT SMYEHA. DOMESTIC I: received by mail and of this relief will few mo- everv section of the Union. ARTICLES, -for the benefit of the FARMER, will be found in oi the KBPOUTKII. ORlGimaii CORRESPONDENCE nature ofltadway Ttom lall .parts of the State is one of the most j RMDWJYS and interesting- features of our 'Bbsotvcs ;and situated as we are immediately in the 'centre f fula, syphillis enUre.lvrstop the pain. It reduces cllts and.wonnd., removes BXA, January 17th, 1854. MB. EDITOR: Our town is rapidly .increasing in population and wealth, and with all the cor- or threif officers, to be removed, fliat he might lie -better and finally -he given s state-room i shove, in-the saloon, to oblige him. .It will be seen, from these circtrm. stances, that each step that was.taken seemed Jo conspire to. lead "him on. to his fate. Had the vessel not -waited for him, Be would have been I saved, and had he occupied thfrstate-room dcsig- j natedfor him, he.-would -not '4ave been swept overboard .when the? saloon: went over. 'Major them, and band iii hand. He bruises, allays the most violent irritations, j responding improvements 'that .an increase of j bufletingthe waves iis relief. Look for the sig- snch a nature invarialjlv brings with it [unarming. We had the oppor- a few iiiys since, of seeing Mr. Hoi- brook's arrangements for saving manure. He has no cellar; but by proper attention sares all .the animal manure, and by a mixture of other articles, cpnsidcrabiy increases the aggregate are water tight A channel is made in the rear of platform on which tie animals "Stand? ancrinto this a _.__ _ _ -n the first lady that desccndedi: The boat was quantity of muck ro thrownjcrery_ day, after _ fVirt tVtn noc nearly full, of water at .lie time. We .were taken across according to the rank in. the regi- ment Our family was first, then came Merchant's.family, Major Wyse's lady. Major Wyse requested; io be allowed to remain the manure made the previous day has been cleaned put. 'This.niuck absorbs aU.the urine, and is gatbcrcd w-ith the-manure into one. mass. 'In addition to this, the animals are well littered 'with The mn'cfe aiid leaves. arc'poUccted.in the Fall, and piaiSd in situations where they can be Co. bottle. sncij invariably brings with The comhig year gives bright promise of an for five rafnntes, Ttey were seen to jump overboard together. on "board" himself, in order to disembark the it was expected fliat: all. would be _, -taken bvir before dark! rrifortunately; how- I Obtained .as required, If the muck Breezes, it js 1 ever, the-lfffeiboat stove the second" trip. No- j not objectionable, as the frost tends to .destroy body was lost, however. It was fortunate tbat the acids it sometimes contains broken up wjlh, a and the.pam is .made -of lie-State, the correspondence and the com- -inunications of the REPOIITEH will be found to more volnmnious than any other Delaware -LOCAL NEWS AND THE MARKETS receive'earefnl and prompt attention every issue, when a full aud reliable report will be given-. The Miscellaneous, Romance and Poetical oi'tg-tntvl eoittributions and selections from the. besfeporiodicals and literary magazines and' newspapers in the country, morality aTidlnstrncti've reading strictly adhered to ih'air selections. Hotu-J. J. Middleton, of 'Wacoamaw. S. C-. _, writes us under date of iliiy 2d, 1853, that our of Delaware would do well to j rcsolveat one of his negroes. fview the fact, that in this town, the on jjjj. piantation, at Beaufort, of a scrofulous -of-tfie compl.Uutj of mauy j-ears standing. The poor fellow was a disgusting object of pity he was a moving mass of sores. The other negroes could iiotrernaiu in the same place with him. He was eiitirely citred by onr renovating resol- vent, arid is now at worlt upon flic plantation. To tlic-pewplt-'Of S.'C., Mr. Middleton''is well known, and to-the political world JTr. Middle- j ton is no stranger. I Mr. AV. B. Oliver, of- Dmyton, Dooly Co., tutder date of May writes, "that a servant girl who was so reduced that no one would .give a'ihrip for her slie was so tumors, consumption, nodes, lever- sores, erysipelas, bleeding of the lungs, St Titus rheum, canker, rash, tetters. The ahovc eighteen complaints this high, and every project of it continuing will positively ciirc> It renovates the system i at prices largely remunerating the farmers rescflvirrg away from the solids all to2_ impure poisonous and diseased dyspepsia, ing the blood and fluids of life from all corrupt j humors, restoring, energy aud vigor, health and "strength to every organ and member of the body.... Letters from High Authority. apprehend ibove the freezing iivrua HiHTrenenu any uuui me i iuui _ f farmers to whom we mnst first to start the cfergvinan, Rev.- 3dV.-Cooper, in fervent prayer, casks of water and three boxes; of sardmes.- j arid tbe frozen muck in the wheels of prosperity, are in a fine condition. At teh o'dbck. the water'came into the state- The Kilby was without rooms through the port-holes, and also from j quantity of corn. t i above. The waves came against the vessel one j Ions of water. aftei another with a crash, and with a force During Oic night the hawser by which we. The fur- were attached to tb'c strarner was broken by! trist'-wonld seem to crush the vessel. The for- j were attached 'to tb'e strarner was broken by I St; Louis Demo- There are to be a few changes with our mer- nirure and dkheswere dashed about tn the I the force of the waves, and in the that- Capt Gray, of thte chints on the first of MarchJas. W Spraance, i ftieatest confusion. This continued until day- j liad drifted out of sight. [.steamer Flag, accompanied by an Englishman. j lioht. Each waved seemed to be harder, and it; Lieut. Murray wasJrequentVy.witn.us, enaca- the great rave about three, iniles above Esq., retires from mercantile operations totaKe that'oiir vessel would" _..._. charge of numerous :mtcrests outside. His j 1 was in my licrth when the 1____ career as a merchant has been honorable- and j crash came. The Colonel had gone on deck know whether it was still in sight, UUU J w j V J gl ____ ild be rent hi vorjngtocheer us up. Jlajor Wyse having been gt Genevicve, on Tuesday-the 3d. When about lie last fcarfcl 1 left in the steamer, his lady felt vcryrmcasyto two miles from the broke their lamps. order rnanlv and in his retirement his course wfll be jnst bdbrc, and he saw the wave coming, which be assured of her husband's safely. Whenever maniy, anu in nu, n-ureuii-ui. mr> njOnntain wall' Lieut. Murray came down she would ask lum LBCflSfc.tTUItES "aiid nil MEETINGS of are .accustomed to assemble, and being on the spot, we ace enabled to wore full aud speedy ri. of thieirjiroceediusw than otbertiaper. it must be man. He commences under the most favorable auspices, and we bespeak for him Paper -ui. iie State. every Tuesday and Friday for -the small sum of V fWp D'OL'iARs A YEAR. thtr "may implicitly rely on our febBstant-eriilekybrs to eriliauce the value of our in, accordance with otii- desire to make it at aR times a welcome visitor to the HEHCJIANT, the FASMEn, the roiiTiCiAS, tbc SIATEOX and Private letters will please be addressed to us personally and marked prii-ate. tetters or containing subscrip- tions or communications will be addrcssoil to THE PROPRIETOR. BTJSINESS CARDS. BILLIARD AND ROOMS, N. E. corOot oT'Bighth and Cliestnnt Streets, Philadelphia, H. B. FURBER, Projirietor. CF. LEED9, (late of the firm of Leeds Merchant Tailor, No. 47 Eighth S_treet, eight doors Chestnut, East side, Philadelphia. MASON, DEALER it FOREIGN WINES and LIQUORS, of every de- scription, and Manufacturer of Cherry, Rasp- berry, Ginger, Blackberry, and Lftvemler Bran- Bitters, American Wines, and Fine .Cordials, N. E. corner of Coates ami Sixth Philadelphia. -ma 1-tf actuated by similar principles. He rushed below as He will be succeeded by J. Henry Jefferson, i qlricaT possible, and was standing in the (formerly of the late firm of Eiason Jeffcr- j shite-roam when it broke over us, sweeping son an active, enterprising and industrious j off the apper saloon and crushing m the deck young man. He commences under the most I onrchildrpri, and clambering over chairs and j all in confnsioni. We wtrt Jr., (late of Roberts mentarv expectation that the retires, and is succeeded by Eaton Son senior partner being Capt John Eaton. His son, who is known here as an active business covered" with sores'that there was not a spot of! young man, will be the business-man. Their pitro flesh of the size of a silver dollar on her of men's ware exclusively, m- whole bodv, was entirely cured by our renovat-j ing resolvci't. I eluding hats, boots and shoes. We predict for j Mrs. Henderson, of West ford, Mass., had j these gentlemen great success, as'thcy will been covered with sores for nineteen years.and have opposition. The older merchants shriekingont arc preparing for a vigorous application of burf- j Col. Gates, in -going btlow to help him, was ness talent, and a lively competiUon will be the consequence. j Our mechanics nil have their hands foil, and their heads in a similar situation in regard to anticipated employment, from which the j dimes" loom np hi tbc distance charing and them encouragement for the future. j cold. if the lights were in sight, to which he would invariably give nn afih-mative that her fears, in her might not te excited too much. We found that we were scantily supplied with food, with 108 additional persons on board. The nest day a half cask of molasses" was found within reach, and for two dajs ive feasted upon sea biscuit and molapses. _________ _ When that was gone, however, we could not ob- sink us! TJbc said to ns to come-sit J tsin any more, as it was lying the cotton We 3id so. and once there, others seeing us, j in There was a meeting of the captain followed. The hold was open there, and Major and officers heM, ind it was concluded that on Merchant, in bringing his family aft, fell into j account of the low state of our provisions, we the hold below, and when picked up he was must go upon short allowance immediately. And dead than living, Soon after this, the j with the short allowance of water, all suffen-d id I asked him what we could i much. On the first night out, the best accom and groped about in the'dark until they found nn opening upward, through which-' the'Eng- lishman reached marked-the. place arid returned to SE. Gcnevieve, for On his return, however, he was unable to find the place. The party in search returned for further assistance, and were eagerly joined by the officers and crews of four steamers. At two o'clock on Wednesday they entered, and pro- ceeding Co the place where Capt.. Gray was last seen, they divided and proceeding in Ttttflerent -H three o'clock L. ANDERSON, Wiolcsale and Retail Dealer in HAT ANA and DOMESTIC SE- GARS. TOBACCO, Havana Segnr Emporium, No. South SECOND Street, rhiladelpbia. m 11 tf was cured by our renovating resolvent. The most" obstinate cases of salt rheum will quickly yield to the renovating resolvent. One gentleman who supposed tlmt this complaint was hereditary in liis family, and had been afflicted with salt rlietim siuce his birth, was cured by the use of n few bottles of tbe renovat- ing resolvent, and the poisonous rhenm entire- ly eradicated from his system. It regenerates evcrv organ and .member of flic body; it makes sound healthy and strong all weak, diseased and unsound parts. "Weakness in male or female is quickly cnred, and the debilitated and emaciated made strong, vigorous and healthy. Impotent and nocturnal j emissions iu men, or diseases of cither one or j more of the generative organs, is quickly re- moved, and f lie body restored to a healthy and sound condition. Lovr in women, the numerous complaints and ailments over tht-ir spirits, a resolvent will quickly it was lying below the cotton j morning, when to the great jov of all, he was found. lie had not .only worn his gloves completely out, .but his fingers were worn to thenakcr. bone, in his vain efforts to extricate The flesh was worn from his knees, and his boot toes and pant legs were also dcmol- He was found at a distance of three and les from tbe month of the cave, greatly He is riovr on board his boat and He was forty-three hours id the J, cn-hted a severe wound ia his eye, arid For two or tbrec days we fried our bacon, but BRornEms AND endeavoring to subsequently lie was asab struck in his other j afterwards ate it raw, in order that none of its acquire a hal.itof politeness, it will soon become eve. Others liad followed us aft, and scon the nourishment niiglit be lost in cooking. We had familiar, arid sit on yon with ease, if not with Our carpenters, I understand, have plenty of us, and after it receded wocld work marked ont for the coming: spring, and nesrc'1 foice- the indications are that more bull-lings win be j erected during the next year, than has l-ecn for any two vears iu the htstory of Smyrna- I have with great pleasure formed the- ac- quaintance of Dr- John A. Moore, i. and each was seeking- a port wine and brandy to drink for two or three j -Let it-ncver le forgotten that genuine days, and our lack of water was partially made j pojjtenqss is a great iostcrer of family love it in our night clothing, and were j up by.them as long as. they remained. Our suf- j aiiaTS accidental irritation, by preventing harsh ,......._ the water .nhiS sluvcriiig in the ferings were great during the fourteen days we i rcfOrts contradictions: it softens the Each wave wtniid dash more water upon tvcre on board, but nothing transpired worthy boisterous, slirnnlatcs the indolent, suppresses _ _ _ _- I it. _ illl i i i return special note, asiOe from" the sufferings, till As the waves struck, voices last Wednesday -morning. Tbn sun shone bright- and we confidently expected tbat by the could be heard similtaneously with "0, God r j ly, and we confidently expected that t all being in, expectation, that it would be our next day we would be near Sandy Hook, last Some wire the children wne ring the night, however, the wind spru Du- and by forming a habit of consldcr- ntion of others, harmonizes the whole, ness begets politeness, and .brothers may be easilv won by it to leave off the rude ways they _ bnt" the ladies were almost to'cach other and the little ones, In this condi- Dover. who now located in onr town, lie is nnd were calm UOSiiS Ul AIIU ivavnvm. j .utvi remove, and the most nervous, gloomy and de- I becoming quite popular, and is deservedly get- tion, drenched with the water ar.d spray whicn JOHN-A. JONTJS, Hair Dresser and Manu- facturer of DTE OIT.R. TOOTH 1'owr.En, asBaU-Imbro street, B.UTIUOEK, Mn. JAKVIS, NOT ART nnr 1-rf Dtrven. Dcluirnrr. TOHN G. FLEDDERMA.N, Merchant T.iilor. No. I South Charles Street, Baltimore, will taiipply customers in the city or at a distance, per order, with every variety of pualloincii's -.ve.ir. o-n'reasonable terms, anil on tlmshork-st notice. ttrstrrinfr nfit. uia 1-tf pressed, feel healthy, strong and happy. Per- sons wishing for tins remedy will please nsk for one dollar per bottle. No small bottles, nor is the genuine ever sold for less. Each bottle bears the fiic-similie signalon? of KADU'AY fcCO.. 102 Fulton street, New York. TSAAC KKEI> Jfc SO.VS fiOLD These Tons need no recommendation bcyonil tbcir merits. Wo tbem orr.- SKLVKS. Uur rnacbinery is LOW nil new, with all the recent improvements, and we orter flieui to the ns a HOOD ARTICLE. Come and try tlicm. they spoak for themselves. Dar- ing the Jfolidnys our stock of tbcmn-.-is entirely exhausted, but we are now prepared to supply any rrasoflahlc demand that may ni.tde for tlii'ni. Lufli-rs from tbo Tr.nlc. nt a (list.iDce. will Uc inrmcrthitely adcR'le'l nntl Peris sent ting an extensive and lucrative practice, lie has lately purchased the fine large dwelling j house of J. Vangaskcn, Esq., on Main street, n j few doors above South, and now only needs a j wife, as all men who have bouses should have, to put in "Them. In this, I feel certain, the i ladies will agree with me. j The revival at the M. E. church, which I; have before noticed in your columns, still continues. Abont 175 souls have been added to the church, since Mr. Murphy has been its j pastor. He grows hi the csttaia'.kjn and love of the church daily. His sincere and that lad said her hull was sound, and tbat there was great hope of onr bfeing saved- With this intelligence onr revived, and all wtre more quiet. To- fufkm which prevailed, no provision liad been made for and remained lor two or three hours in total uarknrss, immersed par- tially in tbc water- This was last Saturday j niglit and Christmas cvc. A piece of the cin- i die was siiVrqacntly found by the sicwanJ, I believe, and was placed in a bottle. I _. acnin and drove ns back, and at. t rug time we wwo ncnrlv ont of water, and on Thursday we agaitT flesponaing. On Friday morning the news came to us that the Lucy Thompson in sight, and as soon as practicable one of the officers went on board of her, and found Capt. "Pendleton willing and desirous to assist us, and furthermore, be refused to accept any- tbine from us or from the Government for the valuable Tciiderol. We were taken on ofher, with tbe exception of four of tbe pn.'sengeis, who preferred to remain on the Kilby. _______ ________ A M.VKBI.WS AXn.v was but a wccks'njn) that we published the marriage of Grorpe of Rnk-iph county, to Miss Rehccca Gwfn. of Fay cite. We have now to reconl (he bridegroom's arrest for the murder of bis wife, almost ore theboneymoon was over. There wtt? some disparity between the apes of sprung- lip bring- home ncvcr ns it docs in his telling appeals from the pulpit. Mny belong livo. nnd continue his successful i herevcahis lot may be cast Yours, C. Id love believe, and was placed in a DoUlc. J cnnno-. lucre wn.- sjinu fcrvmti speak in terns of too high praise of the steward. the or eighteen ywrs-and the Wnrfhonrt1, Market Sts. One lo'v price to nsk and take soits everybody. rna 1-tf STRATtON-S Hst nntl Cflp Pfurr. 10 N. Stxth Street, near >fnrkft Strrrt, PhnftdfelpTiia. Ili-i a.ssorttnrnt is mul t A uM f j.ricos are rcp-iil.ir itonable, wid every oHrr to him flUfhfhlly .ami ten the to -fc-'llAtCIT. flnf C.m'.y k T-...1 tewi-of'Bftjftioh. French nri'l Staff, arxl Oil N AT. i Bilrof nntl T-ifW Baliim Mwr-'w'- can be brought to Hint h-ivc no expense to pivc the- puhlic a first rate article: nml wo thank them for the liberality with which they us. Ourjiricri I'eivsTrith Silver Cases and Tcn- rils nttar.heil. Pens 1 Mrdimti with Siver :vnd Trn- cih sitAchcil, Medium lYns .ilr-nr. 1 A if W ISAAC UKKI) k SON. at exhibiting flO daily food of llsnnibsl. Hcrr IVicsbach's rpcoacfrie, jit Xcw York. of four >f hay aad three bushels of He waOics thin cnormons qnsnlity ofprovrndrr dn-n-n hi> Lhront with fotrr ttfurris ot" his regular Jnc-als. be rrotives rjirtics, End frxim tbe xirftors. lie t ch-phjrnt living, und flirty iTSrs He wcijrhs olcrcn thomnd pnrrmU. is oltTrn in heijrht. and has two each five fci. und ha.if long. whom'tvero ccnsnicnons and indefatigable in bri'lc had a property of 83.000 in her their exertions to' Tlicy were runninc ovv-n righj, r.nd tbe husband, who seems to be at all thrcs for blankets and were topping up person of an obtnse and mean nnnd. conceived ihc porHiolrs if the water tbe idea lhat bv getting her ont Uic way he frotnfcnshinp; in. After dark, tbc scene was ronld pnsscs- bcr property. Being at the Bine more fcarfuC if p3555'15'0- before. The Sulphur Springs on ChrisfTnas day, he Ixwjrht storm had with greater violence, two ounces of nt-smic and a quantity of loaf but Captain Watkins re-assured ns tha! hoik perfectly and tlut the roust po down and we frit We were lying, at this tiiec, in mbout three from school or college. Asters to receive any little attention for'it, never to reply __ their questions in -nxmosylablcs, and they will soon be ashamed to do such- things then> selves-. Both and example ought to be laid under contribution to convince them that no one can have really good manners abroad, who is not habitually polite at home. A POWERFUL" Macon Citizen pives the following account of the great- est auctioneering knock-down" we have .ever heard oi: On Tuesday evcnin.z last, while a book auc- tioneer was crying oftbLs wares, at the store- room recently occupied by Mr. J. Barnes, and in the nci of knocking ffown ft volume, say- incr the floor gave way, j aml-precipated'the crowd into the subterranean regions, breaking the gas pipe, and leaving the place in tot.il darkness. Forluaately no lives werclost, nor nny bones broken a few scratches nnd slight bruises lx.-ing the only personal dam- sustained. On yesterday, the HnA-cn floor repairc.'l, aiid at iiight the aiictioncer'smcrry voice xvas ngtiin heard. going, going, iwi vi the cntt us that tbc sugar, ajid on liis rcUini hcrne. adaiimstercd a tofry fc Kv !at the sea i ('.osctohisnn.msi.tciotisr.ifc. Tltc dose was so TncSiuBiincss of "there: cncwtragrd. lam- that it canscd vomitin-. but enoTi-h was (f] Vm ft thrrr Irft fin tbt> Btmnith her aralh in about ,._> of Gold IV iii Fine Jt-aclry. Silver Wurc, If er Vine., St.. 57 SoL-th THIRD Street. .WARK Jiisl. rc-cnvft'I nn c of rrt Silver and tb-rm. l.-irfic-t. a1 KIBA VRnRTS POX'P. SiliVER LBAT.-V of Forks A r-iil, or--. K.-, to hs bill ZIPA TRRKi? C OILMAN'S IRON RAILING J MI'.NTAL IRON FIFTH STREET, btlntr W.ilnnt. trhrrc roav bo teen n of trf} rrOf-rrrlM paUcrr.s r! I'rtoc ffor C-er.irlcrv p.-ilc-i. riics. Vpwt'iaJ.'C. never u-jM in h-f-.rf. OrriAme-.'-'il Iron Fnmit-irf cr-rrt All w-rk (ifroe at this pl.ire rs'ilt-'l' X. t7'.n paid rr'l-ir-ir-p Ccrnctnty FIFTH rfrwi. Evrrv pood act. say-j: Mihunttt, Yonr in vonr hrvAbui s noo is rfiarfty nn cihortation of ycmr fellow to rirtnoos  -nt from tbf trtmirt- lEWSPAPERI SPAPERf   

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