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Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - January 17, 1854, Dover, Delaware EL STAffi 2. TUESDAY JANUARY 17, 1B54. NUMBER 4Q. THE DELAWARE STATE W GEORGE IT. S. tke Coital State HAVING been operation since the 1st of 1833, constantly ing in the can DO longer be considered airy but it has won its way into popular lavor and achieved for itself local habitation and a and it us much pleasure to announce that it is and durably of People and the Democratic Party of Before the idea of the REPORTED was Entertained at we often expressed der that there was no paper published At the capital the State; and we felt sure that if one it from its central possess advantages over all other in State which none other conld if judiciously and with enterprise it would necessarily become TBS STATE to our ready encouragement and to tempt a trial of Jhe we did and the we hare become a fixed Success has beeri the reward of all our The DELAWARE STATE is not and will the or organ of any or division of either or any It is and the faithful advocate of the in contained in the DEMOCRATIC OF 1850, And on questions it stands boldly on the Baltimore Platform OF 1832. aim it has the HMOS and the of the Democratic Party of ibi department it win not lie behind anv What the our exchanges do not afford in- is regularly folly obtained by means of the electric A summary of the FOREIGN NEWS given issues next after the arrival of every received by mail and from every section of the AGRICULTURAL for of the trill be found in every the ORIGINAL from all parts of the State fe one the most valuable features of our and situated as ire are immediately in the centre of the and 4he com- of the will be found to be more than any other Delaware SEWS TOE MARKETS witt receive and prompt attention every en a full and reliable report will be Philadelphia and Poetical departments contributions ihd from the best periodicals and literary and newspapers in the to in aU citizens of Delaware would do to keep view the that m this the capital of the the is the mfr paper all and all PUBLIC MEETINGS of STATE accustomed to and being on the spot to give a more ore it remembered STATE is Tke Cheapest Paper in the every Tuesday and Friday for small smn of TWO DOLLARS J Onr subscribers may implicitly on our constant endeavors to enhance the value accordance with our desire to make it at all fimes a welcome visitor to the the the the and Private letters will please be addressed to ns personally and marked Letters on or containing tions or communications win be addressed to THE BUSINESS AKD AND BOTTLING N. 1 E. corner of Eighth and Chestnut B. f. the firm of Leeds Merchant No. 47 South Eighth eight doors below East A. DEALER IN FOREIGN WINES and of every de- and Manufacturer of and Lavender Wine American and Fine N. E. comer of and Sixth ma 1-tf L. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in HAVANA and DOMESTIC at bis Havana Segar No. Sooth SECOND m 11 tf TOHN A. Hair Dresser and al of TOOTH 28 Baltimore MD. the and proprietors of this justly celebrated R. R. R. Remedies nere first to discover a remedy possessing the marvellous and miraculous power of stopping the most excruciating pains in an allaying the worst cramps and either internal or in a few and soothing the most severe of and the tic as soon as The R. R. B. Remedies consist of three each possessing quick and powers over certain complaints and and instantly relieve the system from regulate each organ to a healthy resolve away all diseased re- novate the body from all corrupt re- build the weak and broken down restore to strength and vigor all unsound and READY For an acute internal and The moment it is applied into the it will stop the most ing pain and quickly remove its a well known in was a cripple for nine Ready Relief relieved him from pain in fifteen enabled him to walk two miles without the aid of stick or crutch in three and cured him entirely in one Ready relieve the sufferer of all pain in fifteen or twenty It will cure the most rate cases in a few moment this relief is applied it allays the most painful It will always cure sick It will relieve the most distressing pains in fifteen It will likewise renewed ten minutes a tea spoonful of this relief will stop the chills and Aches of all pains of all stiff One application of this relief will in a few ments stop the It reduces heals cnts and removes allays the most violent For use Look for nature of Radway on each It bleeding of the St Titus salt The above eighteen complaints this will positively It renovates the system resolving away from the solids all impure poisonous and diseased ing the blood and fluids of life from all corrupt restoring energy and health and strength to every organ and member qf the Letters from High Hon. J. J. of S. ns under date of May 2d, 18-53, that renovating resolvent cured one of his on his at of a of many years The poor fellow was a disgusting object of he was a moving mass of The other negroes conld not remain in the same place vrith He was entirely cured and is now at work upon the To the people of S- Mr. Middleton is well and to the political world ton is no Mr. W. B. of Dooly under date of May a servant girl who was so reduced that no one give a thrip for her she was so covered with sores that there was not a spot of pure flesh size of a silver dollar on her whole was cured by our ing Mrs. of had been covered with sores for nineteen aud was cured by our renovating The obstinate cases of salt rheum will quickly the renovating gentleman who supposed that this was in bis and had been afflicted with salt rhenm since his was cured by tte use of a few bottles of the ing and the poisonous rheum ly eradicated from his It regenerates every organ arid member of the it sound healthy and strong all diseased unsound in male or female is quickly and the debilitated and emaciated made strong vigorous and Impotent and nocturna emissions in diseases of either one 01 of the generative is quickly re and the body restored to a healthy am sound Low in the numerous complaints and ailments which cast such gloom over their a few doses of the renovating resolvent will and the most and de feel strong and Per sons wishing for this remedy will please ask fo Renovating Its price i one dollar per No small nor i the genuine ever for Each bears the signature of 1G2 fOHN K. NOTARY tfa 1-tf Dor G. Merchant South Charte irill y the city or at a per variety of M aad on the shortest roa 1-tf OTHER M. ATTORNEY AND If CO. Price Cash JLl corner Market One low to ksk cad ma 1 Hat aad Cap No. 10 N. aear Market ITts assortment is varied and are and and every order to him will be faithfully and He invito to vuit hit It ten French and German aad Oil N. of Lombard awt Light REED SON'S GOLD L These Pens need no recommendation their own TTe manufacture them OCR Our machinery is now all wit the recent and we offer them to public as a GOOD Com and try they speak for Dur ing the Holidays our stock of them was but we arc now prepared to any reasonable demand that may be made fo Letters from the al a distance will be attended and Pens sen mail part of the at a verv trifling Any Pens that do not suit th will be cheerfully exchanged for others and a is given for the of th Onr Pens possess all the spring thu characterizes the as nearly as metal Pen can be brought to that Are bav snored no expense to give the public a first rat article snd we thank them for the with which they have patronized arc the fame as ever Medium Silver Cases and cils I Medimn Pens 1 I wUb Cases and cils 2 00 Pent 1 A discount allowed to Wholesale ISAAC REED 8t of of hr Fine Silver N orth comer of and Original TEE Suggested on reading the following ment in the DELAWARE STATE Dr. James C. of this was appointed and sailed as surgeon to the whoso object is to explore the route of a canal across the Isthmus of Ho was made his arrangements and AlUn three-quarters of an Them art torn from dear From our one parting Without From the rustic haunts of and the From the streamlet and the Where we in youth hare The waves roll wild Thy haunts and As thy gallant barque still farther Bears thee from them And me. But my spirit hovers o'er To shield thee from an And gently glides before Thy angel in the art gone from dear Far o'er the roaring Andy I lain would smother My bosom's inly I fain the feeling cannot be But doubts and fears are stealing Like shadows through my The winds are Wowing I the wild waves madly strive hollow of chill comes As my spirit turns to As thine image starts before Far o'er the dark dear Where e'er thy barque be As ever lean in Upon Then when thy is tossing old In tones opposing Will BE have originated at on the banks the A SKETCH Life is very enigmatical from first to but the most perplexing of an ts are those of the At least so I thought a few months as I caught the sound of yet unfamiliar It yel could if There was a conviction and while I sound fls lingers over the superscription of a conning tbe characters of die ship preference breaking ita seal and looking at tie At I glanced in the direction whence it there indeed stood George 31ay, and on his arm a plump littk lady a very good-natured Who is that with George I asked though a foreboding at nry heart dered the question quite tte flow of to tite of an archness yet so mingled with gentleness and afl hearts canght something and but i the saddest They seemed fidl of heary donds of gloom and a foreboding of that made turn away yet when yon looked again some fight from the sweet spirit within bad touched aad tbe and her own knee With a- conquered her leaf its shadows on What a con- trast to that little wife with her chubby She and George were engaged fcr a They were separated during that fcr some months by between their Soil they tared home to travel and white absent met with an caused him tbe loss of an She loved him more fir And when they met again there fight in her we knew those signs too Sbe lingered through and was bjr her ing orer waning on her with that robbed fier early half its s. Bat she could not deceive when the searching winds of came she said yon said not yet you see I am She grew every the transparent delicacy of her the cf her the flash on her checks and serene elevation of her tranquil shining through them node her indeed grow fike an ere die Her fiunt tones ever breathed love and and wards the dose her old sought her bedside as ar lone so OSB were talking a dan since wSh an esteemed friend of who was reared after die good old social He is hjg heart In lor at I my it never me flat ft could We l is rather remote pfe is that and allowed to ferment aad pass the when wifi eat other dnr vegetable exhibits the A very ent and friend of remarked the tint be barley Jed sad aster mete as to be to cooking It is a toaD feeders of that star is worth one quarter mote fcr than fresh and energies of most from amuse the and fane behind fir the makes her and concentrating it Life was never given or death ever with a more placid and As her pastor would bid her good at ask Do yoi think or ft probable I see you in the morning her old to bid us before she I shall never forget Aafc We were sbe held nry hand in both of and fixed her eyes changed they fir the deatt ivere aheady talked to me for some words the must earnest and tender then sbe clasped her arms around my neck and kissed me with strength three Then I over her to catch her low shall again in meet That night she died in George had lived near and for t he would come and sit by my t with his eyes never wandering from heroH j and hi unbroken It made no i difference if it were sit fiv ibe it r ntter would sit by Ibe with his eyes bent m that Tees not very cf Dr come vision of from the sorrowful assertion by good to our a ted and so Md the 1 the delusive and ms As be toW me the slender crescent of the moon bung tow toward a high MD. there was a swaying nei work of shadows east about ns by the breeze moaned through the leaves stricken and drooping from last be said Heaven had many angels i T had only mnst leave this Good His Igo where or bow His I repeated know And be and left Surely George Clay is not married f me gazing after ton Why where have yori j weight jipon not to know that? day such he couldn't have done But pray what is the matter Yon look quite dis- concerted and Certainly you did not wish to appropriate did yon I appropriate George or any as I thought a we bad watched over together six years Not as I thought of a lonely grave in the cemetery of Mournful memories were busy at my when suddenly George Clay turned and as that roes the as to to Oat be R is an old saying that on the they wo as wdl as A rf the mOog gives an anecdote by lust not gives the 6ee the second is tie of raof tbe mother of and third vte attempted to improve the aod a veil as the meetings Be set some A whit e band is a very cf his om to in winch these fct nsy heart in fame be Like harp of solemn who had more music bim than yoa the chorister asked his and a hand can it be kept a hfr her hands in constant winch blood to and hare a The recommended is op tbe my And the fame at her np the and yon and met there stood Tiy IBS a short plump J saA K as in fte Sbe fa a clever with a very t all domestic done But Sich is old tender Of these them more readily to when of India rubber onr eyes a HI on bis with perfection to you were not and he approached me. he in kind you are startling as a I He tried to This time there was no doubt Wett I knew that It was the very same that made my heartache so after our watch by that was I know not why I did and T am sore I that the adaptation of purified India rubber to tbe of artificial and ins been patented in hitherto deemed contained in tins adhesion is ft can inequality or asit made lure It has been that threads of this if heated on the do not shrink back to their firmer and by repeated stretchings and anT degree of fineness can be In fins about or thirty-seven miles of thread may be obtained TBS A 'The estate is now mpc ed to the music be bad ed to read them fct mv heart be tuned f like Darids sacred of c Ihe good pastor bad some the of aard hfe as wefl as he bo arable as ft The de- to do and the who makes it ms summer said that he on the first floor a host j proved TOSH a portrait of one rf and a cerate of barrels with written on The estate The a soaiD portion of Ibe seal is tbe gardens bloom had some tet wy The poor to de- from carry flowing is a person who had Among other things he bmh a plated His eyes sought the there was a ment of embarrassing and then he Neither did I six years But the fact is. after ma and my sisters j of this thread Tbe superiority cf tbe threads produced by tbe Mead the mt VeE and ay snch as afl IBS Jew tare having spent a new is that are perfectly Robber is certainly getting tobea became so I thought theI best j moner in te tbe w j and who bad to nxy His took and manner were to the worked but there was no to grtt i Xot tes so tbe he had old don't say it because sbe is mv I roi I like her they live so comfortably and i robber are so happy in We aH get along j Inda rubber pleasantly have plenty to hve no We and a grout deal of pled by Inda rubber or And be proceeded describing a condition of. with India life so of the earth that my first feeling give way to a weary a India robber not be the an c wlo fc HRVA Silver RAILING fc and wf aMt fort and for 1T.RRIS largo lot FERRIS fc and B of painful astonishment sorrowful When be left I gazed after his retreating and a change went over my souL Tbe George Clay whom I had loved as a brother from my earliest childhood gone to have not met nor do I think it hlc we ever shall inert But in still summer or on tumn or twi- light as I sit into the fire before my lamp is of old times and cW I recall aad that early of the betrothed bes rn tbe cemetery at Sbe was tbe last of several AH grew to wires and yet each met an untimely doom 67 THIRD j inexorable We boned for a that Swab Her was one apparently of vigor and and was rf finely wbo a and Her was and by a winning had nn abundance of KUek a dear with nil tbt to no other And verr ID awl shf ft In whatever yoa ft with as yoo A mvd never J is nothing Eke It year and Who have done tbe most ibr Who have the from poverty to Those who were steady to The man is one thing another drives an tbs it drives always hi aad does rn tbe from one year's fod to the Look at and admire the man of steady He mores aad what ders be Be raises we bat The are not too mgh fcr are the berond hit worthy of moment a man begins to rise above bis be a mark fcr I ther Those regard as a probable I or as aa to They make tar Bat be be rf I said I to re- wretched I have and it not delay BC many but what if it does The scene cf misery be me T I threw them my to which the strife caD apria that I to think of leaving a world was to be BO fher that no barer reach the they as was fas on tbe MENTAL IRON Sonth FIFTH be n of new artd of nre Cemetery fee in rily before Iron of All worh at place to w the of back the simple the etl rf oor refines let hn bot OK earth far an ml onr rn by vivid of itt and tke of its to lay bead aa i j A was to I We is pride aa more tbn it can of aH the Mid of to and correct w death
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