Delaware State Reporter, July 22, 1859

Delaware State Reporter

July 22, 1859

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Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - July 22, 1859, Dover, Delaware STATE REPORTER. VOL. 4. DOVER, FRIDAY. JULY 22, 1859. WHOLE NO. 519. JOB PRINTING OFFICE, SECOND 8TOHY REPORTER BUILDING, unction of Main aud King Strata, Awe Lockerman, 1) O V E It DELAWARE. HAVING carefully aek'ctod a full assortment oT NEW AND BEAUTIFUL MATERIALS, uiidor the super- vision of the boat wvrkmim In the Stutu, we are yruparetl to execute, promptly and on the most reasonable teriun, every description of BOOK JOB PRINTING, Such an HOOKS, PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, BILLETS, PETITIONS. BILL HEADS, In plain black, bronze, style, according to agreement. HANDBILLS, POSTERS, FOUMS, LAliELS, CARDS, BLANKS, In fancy colors, of any size or MERCANTILE. Selected Jpoctnj. BLANKS! BLANKS! BLANKS I NOW ON II AND and fornaleat the BEPORTEtt office, a large asaortmeut of BLANKS, to which thc atten- tion of Justices of tho Peace and others requiring Blanks, are respectfully invited. tfOR JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. '5 cts. per quire. ad Stitisfaclendam, 75 simple, 75 clauMe to attach gftrmsbee, 75 to attach surety of record, Foreign Attachments, Aclrertiscmeuts, Negro Marriage Licenses, Referee Reports, .Scire Facias, (3 TVenditioni Eiponas, 'Warrants of Arrest, Stute Warrants, Warrant, Commitment and Bond ii Bastardy cases, 75 75 70 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 in 75 00 or Warrfttitrt for Debt, Fee bills, 12 cents per copy. FOB CONSTABLES. Constable's Sales, 75 cts. per quire. Distress Warrants, 75 Summons, M ATTORNEYS, CONVEYANCERS, MERCHANTS, Deeds, (single and 00 per quire. Mortgages, 1 Bonds, with power of Attorney, 1 00 Judgment Bonds, (single and 75 Notes, 75 Promissory Notes, 75 Checks on the Farmers' Bank, 76 Narrs, '5 IP" The above Blanks are all printed on the bost foolii- ;ap paper, and the blank spaces ruled to facilitate writ- ing. Persons wishing Blanks sent to them by mail or by thc cars, are requested to remit the amount of the.bill by letter, as well as the postage or freight ou the package to be sent. fiuia'tl packages can bo forwarded to finy point on the Railroad, between Seaford and Wilmington, for 25 cents. Tho Postage on each sheet is one cent. All kinds of Blanks neatly printed to order on reasona- ble terms. ALFRED R. WOOTTEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, jVo. 210 Market -Street above Eighth, np8-tf WILMINGTON, DEL. SURVEYOR CONVEYANCER. Wonderful Excitement in Dover! THINGS AUK WITH A RUSH I GKT Of THE WAY, WE WANT TO (1KT IN TUB FIKST TRAIH THAT LEAVES FOK J, S, Mason's theap Clothing Store! HE has been to the city, and pur- chased a assortment Spring ____Goods, consisting of ready nmde cloth- ing, Cloths, Ciissinjers, Vestings. Sliirts, Sus- penders, Collars, Wk and Pockot handker- chiefs, Socks of tho latest stylus. In fact, we can fit put any man with as nice a suit of clothes, aid at as low a figure as any one in the trade! Try us friends mid foes, young and old, rich and poor, high and low, and see if we do pot tell tbe truth. Our mot- to is very small "profits" and quick sales, and we won't CM- that's so We rntu-n our sincere thanks for the liberal patronage we received during the past year, and we would again solicit your And we can assuro you that no pains shall be spared to pleaso, both in workmanship, mate- rial or price. Every garment warranted to be a perfect fit, or no sale. Cutting done at short notice. Remember the place is at J. Mason s clothinc store, next to Inane Baker's Hotel. _ J. S. MASON, ap22-1y Merchant Tailor. Dry Goods for the Million I A SPLENDID STOCK, bought at the lowest-cash prices, both at New York and Philadelphia Auction Sales, ami direct from importers of this City and New York, and will be sold low on the system of ONE P-RICE TO ALL consisting in part Fancy Bayadere Silks. Black Plain Sites, 24 in. wide, Black Silks, largest assortment in the City. Satin Plfiid Challies. Foil De Chevres, Silk Rotes-. ValeadajRobes, double jupe. Chintz Colorings. Satin Du Chenes. Lace Maritles and Points, from to Stella Shawls, all colors. Cassimerqs and Cloths. Linen of every kind. Embroideries, in groat variety. Jouvin's Kid Gloves. Spring colors-. English and French Chintzes. Marseilles Counterpanes. Miislfns, and Household of all kinds. We are daily in receipt of all the novelties of the season, of DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS, Pale peak afnr OiTds thy whitu plunaclu, [mingle star, While sharply on the deep blue sky thy mioivs In death-like came repone. Tho nlKtittugale Through Mlra Floral bowers repeats talc, And every rose her fragrant swings With vi-Hper But not for thiic, Dlaiienird king, this love-born luinstrulsy, Nor yet tli.; tropic fnlfs that blew Through blessed vules below. Aruund thy form IIover the the lightning warm, Thunder, and bv the driving hurricane In wrecks tny peaks are Deep in thy heart Burn on vast llr.w, struggling to rend apart Their prlniin walls, and then in wrath be hurk-d Blazing upon the world. IH vain conspire Agrninst thy majuKty tempMtn and "re The elemental'wars E L A W A It E jel2-ly____________________- THE subscribers have at their establishment a large asssorlment of Railing patterns, to which they would call the attention of those about enclosing Cemetery Lots, Front. Tards, Verandahs. Balconies, Steps, at their shop, Front street, between Kadison and Mon- roe, Wilmington, Delaware. octlff-ly STEWART CLARK. BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS! J01JN R. GREEN, Ne. 15 North SECOND Street, (Cor. Philadelphia, hag in Store. daily New York and Philadelphia AUCTIONS all the most desirable Styles of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, which will be sold cheap for cash: consisting of Challie de Trains, from cts. np. Poll from 23 cts. up. ...........Dncnls, from up. ._ Satin Challius, Bayadere, Mohairs, Challie Foulards, Barege Barege Dn Chine, Crape de E spang, Plain Barege, Lilians, from Sets, up Lavellas, from 10 cts. up; Bril- liants, from 12J cts. up. Cloth Table Covers, Brown and White Sheet- ing and Shirting MUSLINS; table Linens, Counterpart's, Ginghams, Ticking, Flannels, A large assortment of MEN AND BOYS' WEAR. A fine assortment ol Stella Shawls, from 50 to SI" 00. Also, Cheap Black Silks, Mohair Mits, and many othergowds too numcr- to mention. B5" C4t thin JldctrliscmOit out and give us a call. No. 15 North Second Street. ._________________ ing after the long of which the smaller The Ancients on the Immortality of the poets have always written and will always Soul. i write, because it is responsive to some feeling As long as we are held captive by these bodi. Of universal humanity, will float up from the ly chains, we only fulfil a certain amount of j depths of your consciousness with ajbrce which duty, only do a laborious day's work, to which overmasters you the only vehicle by which men establish- ments at a distance become generally known. At tbe present day, as yet, this ejigine of intel- ligence, though a most important organ of business, has not attracted attention commen- surative with contemporary improvements, simply because the material of business is more palpable and tangible, 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 prise. Depend upon it, there is nothing like news- paper advertising, to send business ahead other modes may be useful to some extent, but this will be found all and those of the largest experience will This "is thc in- available, and numbers, unaccustomed to anas, avail nothing even against a small army they are a mere mob, like slut the devouring flames- The French burn to ef- face the stain of Waterloo, and so. does Napo- leon III. Whenever he makes up his mind to avenge that disaster, steam power renders (Successor to Samuel.Riley.) WHOLESALE ANfl RETAIL BREAD AND CAKE BAKERY TVTO. 135 ARCU ST., below Second, Phila- H-vS'pnrchwed of SAMUEL RILEY the GOOD WILL, FIXTURES of this estab- lishment, hopes by strict attention to business to inurit and receive a continuance of the patronage of old customers, (also new ones.) There will be general satisfaction given to those purchasing goods in my line. Orders promptly attended to. WMToTwiLLIAMS CO., 807 SPRING GARDES STREET, PHILADELPHIA, HAVE one of the largest and best selected s'ocks of American and Foreign DRY 4 i riOODS to be found in the citv. Comprising tronage extended to him during the thrdeyears dcsigns in SrLKS. BAREGES, .u.. TTntP.l ,n Dover, would "I' and DRESS GOODS of every Fabric. THE FOUNTAIN HOTEL, (FORMERLY THE MAPISON HOCSK.) SECOND STREET, BETWEEN MA11KET AND ARCH, PI-IILADKLI'HIA', PA. W C FOUNTAIN BRO.. PROPKIISTORS. THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPEN FOR THE reception of visitors. It has been refitted and refurnished throughout, for the better ac- commodation of guests and boaidors. Its lo- cation is in the very centre of tho business portion of the city. Boaid, per day. The subscriber, thankful for thc liberal pa- we are compelled by necessity. Our souls of heavenly parentage, have been expelled from their lofty dwelling places, and, as it were, sink into the mire of earth, a place of exile to our di- vine and eternal nature. But I believe that the immortal gods have placed souls in human b'ddies to give protectors to the earth, who whilst they contern plate the order of the heav- enly bodies, may imitate its unvarying regu- larity in thdr lives. This view is not alone 'the point of my own understanding and obser- vation. but it is based upon the high testimony of the greatest philosophers, I early taught that Pythagoras and his disciples never doubt- ed but that our souls were an out poring of the universal soul, which is God. What more shall T say I am convinced I (eel that a soul go active, a memory so won- derful, this nmcirtl into futurity, so Still, we have not expressed our idea no reverie attains unto it. Can you tell the story of an vision Could an artist paint the. ghost of a forgotfeH dream or the loveliness and terror of that Medusa counten- ance which, for centuries, has thrilled the world? No! like the sensations of youthful love, like the enthusiasm of a grand outpouring of the people, or the sound of many waters, or the sight of the harvest moon, or a storm at sea. or a can but be felt. Thus, and thus only, can be understood the Mystery of spell, power, the depth, the charm, the enchantment that lurks in Melody and Har- Eve. Bulletin. WOMAS'S MISSION.-Tt is the paradise of that the man shall work for the wo- he alone shall support her, take marriage man many arts and sciences, so many discoveries j enduring fatigue for her sake, and hardships of labor, and rude con- world, lie returns home in the of activity this activity which belongs to its evcning, harrassed, suffering from toil, menta and inventions, cannot belong to a soul which i save is mortal. Our soul is in a state j tnct nature, has had no beginning, neither shall it have any end, because it cannot give back it- self. On thc other hand ns the soul is simple in its nature and without any mixture of foreign matter, it cannot be divided, and that which is indivisible cannot Qr ____fl from the weariness of worldly things nd from the baseness of men. But in his recep tion at home there is such an infinite kindness, a calm intense, that he hardly believes in the cruel realities he has gone through all the day he says, that could not have been i The writer himself found the sun and 'almost insupportable.' The wounded soldiers writhed in torture as the miserable springless ox-carts of the country bore them slowly along for twelve hours a day. The roads were nearly impassible. Instead of universal jubilation there is universal rage. Lancers tear away the flags from their lances; riflemen pluck from their caps the flowers rrhich they always carry in war time, the officers cither gave vent to their fury in execration, or more _________ directly confine themselves to angry gestures that this soul still exists, -aEcn though it can no s-rie should reserve hherself entirely for this, j frowning brows. The contrast so vividly longer be discovered in any way. Of a truth ibat nature made her so incapable of performing j ,nay gjve an instructive idea of the tbe honor which belongs to distinguished men i ,.he ruder sorts of earthly toil. This renders him i to which moral impressions affect the was but an ugly dream. There is but one rca, Take good heed, my dear son, not to think j thing in the world, and that is you that when I leave you I shall be nowhere, or Tnjs ;s woman's mission to renew the heart others; tell you so. THE CONTRAST. has there been .a more remarkable contrast presented to the pub- lic eye than that contained in the letters from the rival camps in Italy. The writer from the camp of the allies can hardly find words pictorial enough for the beauty of the country, the luxu- riance of its produce, the geniality of its climate, or the sensation of pleasure with" which every soldier is penetrated as he pursues his march. The road lies through shady lanes, enlivened by the song of the nightengale, and adorned with the most charming flowers. After a few hours of easy and delightful exercise the troops arrive at the camping place for the night, where they find excellent provisions, all kinds of rural dainties, and a most agreeable bivouac. The next morning, refreshed and joyous, they re- sume their advance, only to go through a simi- lar promenade with a similar conclusion. Turn now to the Austrian army, pondent writing from the same country, _. ____t_ comparatively easy what bis uncle found to be a. work of Suoh difficulty. Had the elder Napo- leon been in possession of this mighty agent, he would have successfully invaded either Eng- land or Ireland, or both. The steam navy of France is now equal to that of Great Britain, and in spite of all the vigilance of the English Channel fleet a mighty army might be landed on the Irish or British coasts. A dark night or a fog would render a descent perfectly practica- ble. The coast defences are of no account, and both the late Duke of Wellington and Sir Charres Napier have declared that a French in- vasion is a matter of easy accomplishment. This it is which renders the statesmen of Eng- land so ill at ease. Their wooden walls" are no longer the impregnable bulwarks which they were found to be in other days, and the ques- tion is not now, can Louis Napoleon invade his neighbors, but will he do it 1 Whether he will do so depends on circumstances, and depends more on the good behaviour of the neighbor than on his own lust of conquest, or on any pposed scheme of aggrandisement which he have conceived. The elder Napoleon SU' may never contemplated it but as a desperate necessi- ty for self-defence. ___ A corres- nmlcr the same date, and aftor march over the very same roads, can scarcely describe the sufferings, the impatience, or the disgust prevailing around him. dust that t shall cease to exist. Through the whole of the time I have been with you, you have not of man. Protected and nourished by the man, she in turn nourishes him with love. In Love seen my soul, but you have known by my ac- ;s ner true sphere of labor, the only labor that body. Believe then, jt js essential she should perform. It was that tions that it was in my efficiency of a soldier. in Dover, would 1 the citizens of j him whenever i Delaware generally, to be afforded which usually appertains to a first SHAWLS! WILLIAM C. FOUNTAIN, Feb. 25, 1859. late of Dover, Del. feb25-tf______________ A Iso, and ask but one price. N. B. The eighth Street Coaches pass tbe door every five minutes. Fare paid. ap8-3m_________________ would not survive them did not their souls indifferent to all enjoyment that is bought, and compel us to preserve their memories. I have j makes it seem to him inspired. Why should never been able to'believe that souls lived mere- he go elswhere in quest of pleasure ly so long as they existed in mortal bodies, as pleasure is there apart from the wotnar that they died as soon as they left, them neither he loves It is well said in Eastern law, that not Kabyles, but an aggregation of Arabs, What Mr. Williams, the traveled OVERDRESSING. -Our wives and daughters lose three-fourths of the pleasures of summer travel by the inexcusable perversion of true taste and common sense, in dressing for a rail car or steamboat as if they were going to a court reception. Cannot some few gentlemen have their own way for once, and set the fashion by dressing their families for a ram- mer travel in plain, substantial garments, al- lowing no member anything beyond what a small carpet bag would contain, which should be the sole article which each one was to take care of. Let us all put ourselves on OUT good behavior" and not on our dress. Tlw fact is, the clerks and proprietors of hotels, the captains of steamboats and the conductors of railroads see .it the very first glance the real status of s traveller; the dullest chambermaid, the most stupid cabin boy, and the laziest waiftr, are neither dull, nor stupict, nor lazy, nor erring, either, in the estimate they make of people, as if by flag's Journal of Health. MISHAP TO THE AUSTRIAN WAR M: Adams, of Munich, a celebrated painter of bat- tles was requested by the Emperor of Austria to proceed to the theatre of war, in order to make- paintings of the principal events of tbe war. M. Adams, who, in order to be a close observ- er, had adopted the costume of A Tyrolean chas- was unfortunate enough, while making able to'believe that souls lived mere-'he go elswhere in quest of pleasure s unai THE Tuucos.-Mr. vv imams, me UUVLIL-U seui, o Ions as they existed in mortal bodies, as pleasure is there apart from the woman whom editor of tho Utica Herald says the Turcos arc sketches, to be made prisoner oy D i___ ii__i __ _ i _ ft that they would lose all conciousness they left bodies without conciousness when the wife is the household. And better still and Spaniards. A moie motley and said the Hastern poet A wife is a fortune. set of fellows one never laid eyes bey left bodies without conciousness. j fatu the r-astern poei .um.i.... savage-ioosing I have believed, on the contrary, that at the Our western experience enables us to add: "Es- j on. They delight in setting all the .oment when freed fro, aU corporeal desires, pecially when she is poor Then though .ho j at Their rnanners are L_ _ Piedmon- tese detachment. A.v Irish counsellor having lost his cause, which had been tried before three judges, one of CAKE, BOULDEN 118 Market Street, Philadelphia, fgSjHAVK TO OFFER THE TRADE THE @aan following BRANDIES. WINES, GINS, in Bonded Warehouses in Phila- delphia: COGNAC BRANDIES. f CO. and Pal, PINET, CASTILLION CO. UNITED VINEYARD. PROPUIETORS. P. MELUIIER'S JUNIPER TREE, BQULDEN'S. TORT, EAGLE, DOUBLE GRAPE, STAR MADEIRAS, SHERRIES, 'CHAMPAGNE, of choicest brands. Orders taken for direct Also, a flno stock of G-O BROWN, No. 13 North Second Street, Philadelphia. Arc const ititly re- ceiving new and desirable goods for Spring and Summer Sales, comprising in part Black Silks, Stella Shawls, Poil da Chevres, Chailies DC Laines, French Chintzes, Lawns, Brilliants A full assortment of Shouting, Shirtings, Tickings, Prints, Ginghams, Counterpanes, Table Linens, Napkins. ALSO, MEN and BOYS' great variety. Goods bought and sold exclusively for Cash, one and abatement. KEL1.EY BROWN, No 13 North Second Street, above Market, ap22-3m Philadelphia. _ STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS, ALL AT 421 MARKET STREET, WIL- moment and returning to its primeval purity, the soul has nothing, would be filled with a conscious existence. Milchdet. Moreover, when the human being is dissolved by death, we know what becomes of his com- ponent parts because everything returns its original source. proprie- j whom was esteemed a very able lawyer, and coarse to thc two others but very indifferent, some of his she brings you j brutality, and their morals execrable. Brave, barristers were 'merry on the occasion to Well, says he, "who the duce could help it when there were a hundred judges on the bench A hundred judges 1 There were but three." "By St. replied he, one and lu-o ciphers." Is thcrc any difference in thc pronunciation remains always invisible. You know of a cer- of slang words and phrases. The longer they j aro lhc pictllre of devil-may-care-itiveness.- of horsc.dealcr and horse-stealer inquired a remains always mv .1 dirficult-the acquisition of good Although wearing the uniform of the stmknt of his instructor. The difference, if was the reply, either in but reckless, hardy but unprincipled, war bc- j comes a passtirne to them, and peace a CORUECT SPKARIXG. ad-vise all young Algeria, where they have been trained and people to acquire in early life the habit of us- rcared, they aro the terror of honest ci izens in But the soul alone, either ing good language, both in speaking and writ-' timcs of peace. Lounging about the cafes, or its or einal source- DULI mi; auui uium., tn.uc, jnb buuv. _ _ when united to the body, or separated from it, j ing, and to abandon as early as possible any use sunning .Hemselves around the barracks, they V> 111.11 iu j, c ____ tlioir i taintv that nothing resembles death so much live the more assleep but the activity of souls during sleep, language will be nnd if ageof youth, j they are customers one wouW hate to meet of a nreciselv that which reveals their divinity. I the proper season for thc acquisition oflanguage dark nigllt. A regiment of these cut-throat- More at liberty then, and .nore independent, j be passed in its abuse, the unfi.rtunato victim ,ooking gCTltlemcn on review, is a not they afford us glimses into futurity, of which of neglected education is very probably doomed casily forgotten more will be known when they are fully re- to talk slang for life. Money i, not necessary has it THE TRUE following is a translation of a scroll which has been OLD NECTAR, 1840, very fine, XXXX CHOICE RYE, j XXX MOSONOAUELA, XX RYE. DOUBLE RFATTIFIED, OLD WHEAT WHISKEY, 1825. jan28-6m ___ ________ _____ _ Removal. WILLIAM SHARP, ATTORNEY AT LAW, has removed his office to Main Street, 2d door below Fountain's Hotel, in Dovor, where ho continues to practice in the different Courts of Law in the State. my20-tl A FASHIONABLE friends, in a large company Del, and examine the beau- tiful STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS. The subscriber has effected arrangements to f the Great. keep a very complete assortment of Stereosco- joymeni 01 my me. j 1 pes, and also of Stereoscopic Views, both on class and paper, colored and plain; embrac- ina viaws of Paris, London, Scotland, Switzer- j land, Crystal Palace, Natural History, My- t.holopy, Statuary, Ancient Tableaux, Winter and Domestic Scenes. We would simply assure the citizens of Dela- ware and axljoining counties, that our assort- ment shall sufficiently complete, and that our quite as low as those of any es- tablishment in tho larger r.itie.s. tt u desire that our friends and tho public should call ana see onr specimens ot this lately discovered wonderful and beautiful art. HJbAbU, 1'Jl Market Street, Wilmington, Del. leised frorn the bonds of thc body. Therefore, to procure this education. Every man if it be thus with me, then I become as God in power. He has merely to the Ijn- ,rchbishop of raris on the new wek -but if theso-jldie with the body, then you guage which he reads instead of slang jbj Uic Arcnuis i __ who arc gods, the creators and upholders of all he hears to form his taste from the best spea coc jus these wonderful things, you should, ncvertho- ers and poets of the country to treasure up lem guard and keep my memory. i choice phrases in his memory, and habituate Even though 1 may be in error, I still believe himself to their use, avoiding at the same time in ihc immortality of the soul, and maintain my that pedantic precision and bombast which show j thorns of our error with pleasure, and I do not wish to be ratber the weakness of a vain ambition than the I the oisn set right in an error which constitutes thc en- polish of an educated silk, and sealed with ou relics of the true cross, the steeple of ix, tied with ribands seal, arc plac of the holv cro ndof the virgin St. Gcnevieve, the patron sanit of this city. Paris on thc visil of Pentecost, one of the party, in one of the Ah announced said the doc- IK a man attacked my woull I reply 1 Not I. Do you understand what my slight i (.he pronunciation or definition." I There is but one guide-board in the whole i State of Rhode Island, and that points the wrong way when a man asks tbe direc- acccl tion to any place within the Slate, they set the thcr- Jogs on him. Vi-nnontcrs live to a great age, as is well known. There are two men up there so old that they have forgotten who they and there are no neighbors living who can remem- her. An old settler out West, who was elected jus- tice ol the peace, couldn't raise enough to pay an officer lor swearing him in so he stood be- opinions in print, ter the'solemn benediction of the cross which is forc tt ]0oking-glass'and qualified himself. Sotre f red I thc of af- tliink I don't to be placed on thc summit of the steeple ignorant roan, He for ve I'll tell you. Well, i You know lhat if you had a bent arm of which was the pipe- tor stretching his neck, and looking very im- tube, one In what stem, and tho other big enough the water would stand SHOUIJDN'T care much about the bugs." but -V lady remarked on a very ig who was complimented on his good sense, ought tffiavc a great doc t sense he never fpfixla any- Theodore Hook says of railroads and steam- boats >rc iluoiv Thcv annihilate space and time, not to in what 1 can remember, it is nearly in the following There was last week seventy-seven interments less than the week before. ocean, tho fact is, ma am. is to ask the delusion that "Hon." before a man BUnds furhoncbt. know it. {NEWSPAPER! INEWSPAPERf ;