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Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - July 1, 1859, Dover, Delaware STATE VOL. I. JULY 1, 1859. WHOLE NO. 516. JOB PRINTING REPORTER of md King DEL A HAVING selected full of HEW AND under the ilw In to and on the description of JOB M 4p., In plain or In fancy of ilie or according to BLANKS I NOW OJT BAND and for saltfat tfco SB t. largo of to which of of Peace and JOB JUSTICES THE to tu surety of foreign Negro f Warrants of State Commitment and Bond in Bastardy easel B 16 n 7J or for fl 00 12 per FOR 75 Distress W W and 00 per quire with power of J and W Promissory Jo on the 76 irr The above SloM all on tho bost iai the blank ruled to facilitate wishing Blanks sent by mail or by the are to remit tho the by well the postage or freight on to KELLEY No 18 North Are const new nnd goods lor Spring and Summer comprising in part Block Stella 1'oiJ do Challies De French Chintzes A full assortment of Table Napkins MEN and WE in trtat and sold exclusively for one price and no EY No 13 North Second above THE PARIS MANTILLA NO. The subscribers re invite the tion of to their collection of ELEGANT adapted for Spring and every and variety of fabric in medium and priced Solid Silk Silk and Lace Paris Lace English Lace Lace Lace of a with the they to offer advantages not to be met with in Dry Goods J. PROCTOR No. 70S Chestnut WHEN ARE TV hen banners are And IV hun are Aud wur When cannon 0 od hot bullets He would honor Muit not fear Though shafts ur thick It seems to Though with blood Mure than water are sabre and bullet Our are We of but e speak of stand to The heathen am Horsemen are round the Biding and Mul lens and alt Arm arm are Ti am tho Flashing and The Loudly are The for the onset Are snorting and As wares In the Tlw dark plumes are As in tho blue Thu helmets are Their are Their sabers are Now from our Br the thousand are Like the flash of the levin Ere men hearken and the lUel caps Arc cloven asunder The scouting And tha Hashing of I looked from turret For crescent and pennon As rial touched by As hall in tho were they were And hod melted packages can he forwarded to any tto Seaford and for la one of BUnka printed to order on ALFRED AT No. Street if R o. services in tlm All to his cure will bo and intended on the 3rd door east of S. VT. 1'. P. E B. Doctors Isaac and J. Ck i 4. and fonn K. a And BARGAINS W DRY JOHN 35 North has in and daily receiving from New York and Philadelphia all the most Styles oi DRESS will be sold cheap for consisting of Chaftie Aa from 124 Foil df 25 from 25 Satin Barege Du Crapo do Plain 8c's. up from 10 np j from 12J Cloth Table Brown and White ing A lurge assortment of MEN AND A fine assortment ol Stella from 50 in BUck and many other too DECLARATION OF iN JULY 4tE, 13M. the course of human it comes necessary for to dissolve the political h ve connected with and to the j and fit instrument for the rule into For taking onr charters our most and the of our For our own de- with fover to leg on in all rases lie has abdicated government us oat ot hfa waging war against He has plundered our our burnt our and destroyed the lives of our Jle is at this time large armies ft mercenaries to complete the works of and circumstances of cruelty nnd scarcely paralleled in ll e most apes mud unworthy the head of a civilized He has constrained our fellow captive on the high to bear arms their to become their and or to has excited domestic insurrections amongst and endeavored to on the inhabitants of our frontiers the merciless Indian known rule of warfare is an destruction of all sexes and con- In every stage of these oppressions we have petitioned for redress in the most humble our repeated petitions have been answered only by repeated A whose ter is thus marked hv every act which nmy n is unfit to be the ruler of a free Nor have we been wanting in to our British We have warned them from time ro time of attempts by their tuie to an unwarrantable jurisdiction over We have them of the of our emigration and settlement We have appealed to their native justice and And we have conjured them by the tics of our common kindred to these which would inevitably in- our connections nnd They too have been to the voice of justice We quiesce in the necessity hieh denounces nnd h Id them as we hold the rest of enemies in in peace the representatives of the of in general Congress to ihe Supreme of Washington's First A correspondent of Tht in giving some n of the old country srat call ed The in gives nn of General ton's Mill and by Mury Her Wilson of in the of ed from the noble family of in Dis Colonel of in was it his death the heir to the The fioro all ol to have en as proud as the or sets and to have thought his the no- blest in the He great vith chariot and nnd af the separate and equal station rectitude of our inten Blank Baak NO 12T L IT I GTO b E INDUCEMENTS TO CASH Will it greatly to their advantage to purchase Cut this out and pi 15 North Second Men's and Cheap Clothing S. E. MARKET SECOND Comprise n assortment of the Cloth a CLOTHING of S irk Vests a o Round Stocks at the lowest prices and as cheap as any Store in the United Parents and will consult to which the laws of nature's entitle j a decint to the opinions ol mankind that they should decline the causes impel them to the We be self That all men are that they are en- bv their with certain ble that among these are nnd the That to secure these aie among their just powers from the consent of that whenever any form of of these it is the right of the people to alter -or to Abolish it. to new its on organizing its in Mich a-i to them slmll seem tn 1'cudeiice. will uld not be changed for light I nnd all ex- I i hath that mankind are more -i in the name and by the authority of the good people of these solemnly publish and these united colonies and of light to free and independent States that they ore absolved from all to the and that all political connection them and the Slate of Great in. nnd to bu. totally dissolved nnd that as fi ee nnd independent Stales they have full power conclude con tract establish to do all other acts nnd things which States may of right And for the support ol with a firm reliance on the of we mutually pledge to other our our fortunes anc nml our sacred JOHN worthy of the old with the order of the food gifts pf beautiful daughter and hail many which befill one of them has made her remembered in He waa a young man of very high a a relative of George who lived at on the Potomac and here he met with Miss who came to visit Mrs. her eldest The young man at once ed to fall in which he did ardor characteristic of his When Miss Gary vent back home to on James followed her like a courageous and aid open siege to rtie fair In ild something more waa than the consent of the young lady so he youth duly asked an interview with awful old lord of the who listened to Win When the lover had Mr. rose made him a low and that if this young Mr. errand at his visit had better his daughter had been accustomed to ride in her own And sion to the poor condition of the younger the interview Young Washington bowed and turned and in due time Martha Dandridge who resembled Miss says my as one twin sister ever did But the old tradition does not end Many years fled Mary Gary was her discarded was the man who had just received the of Cornwallis at Yorktown whom the whole civilized world hailed as greatest among the the fore- most not only of America but of all thi He passed the old the bead of iris victorious snd the people were with and Democratic The policy of the D Party has been that of and uni- The changing scenes which shaki n and overthrown other served to unite more firmly in the cution of those measures which have advanced the interests and promoted the welfare of tlw Democracy has progressed in the of march with that degree of facility the but in principle and policy sub- the Can this be said of other parties which have striven for which have resorted to the foulest means and most de- ceptions pretence for the accomplishment of their The answer is easily Tt requires no laborious research or investigation to at the facts wi h to their interest by attention to tho Stock of Boy's GEORGE S. E. Market and AND COMMON WARES OF TYNDALE No. 707 Street who havo a system of doinK business peculiar to themselves their direct from the be -t nd thorn in snull quantities to by the at T. ft have the double ago of purchasing direct from the and of selecting a very largo and ful at a saving of at least 25 per cent. THE FOUNTAIN THE MADISON SECOND BETWEEN MARKET AND PA. W. C. FOUNTAIN BRO THIS MOTEL IS NOW OPEN FUR THE reception of It has been refitted and refurnished for thu better ol guests and Its cation is in the very centre of tbc business portion of tho por thankful for the liberal tronage extended to during the he kept the Washington Hotel in would all his old and the citizens of to stop with him whenever they visit the city either on business or Every facility and accommodation will bo afforded which usually appertains to a first Feb. 25.. 1850. late of Del. THE subscribers have at thulr establishment a large ment of Railing to which they would the utton ion of those about Cemetery Front at their between and Pol STEWART fc To School Teachers WE are from 00 Numeral of the Stationary of anv tion School Books of all kinds and all the In our line for tbu School at ments muda with and bv J T- to Samuel AND CAKE BAKERY O. 13o ARCH below purchased of SAMUEL RILEY the GOOD FIXTURES of this hopes by intention to business to merit and receive n continuance of the of old new There will be general satisfaction given to those purchasing goods in my promptly attended D. WILLIAMS 807 GARDEN HWE one of the largest and best selected of American and Foreign DRY GOODS to bo found in the Comprising nil designs LA. and GOODS of every STOCK OF We buy and sell exclusively for and one N. B. The eighth Street Coaches pass door every five Fare 3ni___________________________________ Dry Goods for the bought at lovest cash both at York and Philadelphia Auction and direct importers of this City and New and will be sold low on the system of ONE PRICE TO consisting in part Fancy Bayadere Black PUin 24 in. Black largest assortment In the Satin Plaid Foil De Silk Valencia Chintz Satin Du Laco Mantles nnd Sti lla all and Linen every in Kid Spring English French Marseilles arid of all Wo are daily In receipt of all the novelties of thu of jo. J. R. 63 below 6w P U NIGHT AT THE sheikh of village in the plain below had appointed a nigh evils nre watch lo secure us against the pilfering pro to right by abolishing of their and having spread our mattresses beneath our tents upon the we lay down o them under absolute we the excitement from their it is to off and from ami to le new guards made sleeping all bu rt i ul v im possible f their future Such has been the tient of these colonies mid Mich in now the constrains to f of The When I had begun to the gentle ling of the loose of the as a history of the living cf Great is a I of kept it waving to and fio tlie of the on which we lay made a sound so much resembling the whish of ihe waters tushing along the sides o the that more than once I fancied myself at Growing weary at length of my of injuries and all living in direct object the establishment of an absolute over these To prove thK let facts be submitted to a He has refused Iris assent ro tews the most wholesome necessary for the public in till assent ed out into itic open air be obtained when so The and the starry he has 10 lie laws fir the ol unless those fj just the kind and amount of light ople would n linquish the right of I the place of As I about amid tion in ihc -a right to and looked up al the great o The vast and I h and against the midnight lie has called together leg bodies j. f lowering pyra places and distant from sky es o the repository of their public for ihe to me that I diank deeper wile purpose of fatiguing them into compliance of the place than it was lo do in h his the broad light of day especially amid the He has dissolved representative houses re- distraction of the restless and for with manly noise ana H his invasions fights of the cious who were ever atone s He has refused for a long after such all was lonely and silent as to cause others lo bo of the while whereby the legislative incapable be linked wilh the thoughts the to all the o in- among the graves of the men who fiom and of the has lo prevent the population that t of these Stalls for that purpose for naturalization re- every movement of fusina 10 pass others to encourage their 1 other and terrible plague on their demoted r t i T' 1 generations who -had and terrible rod of hich brought down an- TAX large lot ol Blonk on hand and for sale at the RE- PORTER for Poor nnH TOT tion and laising the of nw Clerical of He the of by refusing his assent to for ing lie has made judges dependent on his will alone for tho tenure of their and the amount and payment ef He h s a of new OF THE pondent writes of the of ihe ladies thus I have had occasion to remark already that in as this year an in The ball at tl e augmentation Hotel de Ville only confirmed the first of the fashionable At Ihe Mine won time there is a to very low-necked and especially to which has reached more than the limits cf There is luxe de dos quite For these meagre individuals especially who us and sent hither to and ent out fie has kept among in times of ainling without tho consent of our He has affected to render the military pendent of. and to the civil lie has combined wilh others to us to a jurisdiction to our constitution an 1 ledged by our giving his semble there to of ded legislation j They look like plumed canary For quartering lurge bodies of troops i diar A charitable lady suggested us tnat deplorable exhibitions were the re- they should suit of long trains on tho on the of these j the Cirtain it For culling off our trade with all parta of tho what tho have gained in length of world have lost in height of shoulders 1.0 For imposing taxes on our con- least is kept A depriving in many caws of the malicious friend compares them to jury For m the sew to bo Irn for offences For the ft to system ef English laws in a neighboring therein an arbitrary and enlarging If as it it in prevented his horse fiom Calm as a statue he passed serenely All at at a or in the crowd his oli Mary He raised his sword and saluted her She But it docs not seem that the lovely woman was to She had not been able to return the of ibe was She married him who won her Edward Am lie was not rthy of this young la dy in rank or in He was his mother from the great Huguenot hous of La in and inherited the instincts of his At twelve h had been sent for his education to hi graduated at and then made the giand tour of returning to Virginia when he was twenty He waa married to Miss soon became Collector at and was PO much respected that when Lord came to Virginia as he brought a letter of introduction ta tho Col- He died at thirty and the War breaking out soon his beautiful widow moved away from the scene of her and took in the far up in bravo soldier stops not to estimate the chances of saving his own life and so the true philosopher counts not the dif in which his conduct may involve him We pity the man who cannot look be yond the narrow sphere of his individual prefer ences and and act tho part of a citizen of tho The political that turns in upon his and coolly weighs himself against the amount of bread and meat that will sustain his is no whit above the meanest worm that in the nor the vulture that seeks the battle to gather last lesh that clings to the bones of The chattel slave has a spirit free as but the miserable serf of some partizan gouge is the owner of neither his body nor his soul his thoughts and his actions arc to those of another he to or or without the of one whom he accustoms himself lo regard as his lord and His moral state is that of he lovee to be and hke a faithful sailor of olden will not and They have had no foundation whereupon to principles to unite in every and no vital to withstand the convulsions of political fhey into ran well fur a but the camo they wete unable bear its investigation and But all this is the good old De- In the field and lested by the surrounding racy confides in the people the to regulate own domestic that secures o every freeman the untrammelled ght to ihe exercise of the elective an never be overthrown by the contentions of Such is its mighty s majestic that it stands ment of that struggle in which our ought and shed their blood to secure the be liberties which we now These the democracy has and will tanding the opposing sectional The bitterest partisan zeal must give way before Ua mild dominion the the convulsions which its scheme and which must return upon t with double but true to the principles it is enabled to stand firm and Advocating the rights of it receives strength by its own is the party for the young man to attach himself and the party for the men lo return The opposition can claim no merit of the The course they have pursued is enough to shatter their feeble constitution and bury them in deep A few more years arid the republican like those of Us will pass out of existence and be ed among the tilings that Its ings w ill known only as a black spot on the pages of A present there is no ing where to find its they have no fixed Its triumphs have been but and in every instance dis- to the the and the ef the The more power they havo keen enabled to obtain the greater influence they have swayed the progress of governmental which proves to de- monstration the fall little else would be done except to quarrel over the divison of the Under such circum- the Union would be divided in governed by some petty some one assuming the authority of a all must would be the result if sectionalism was permitted to These are things worthy ol tho notice and the candid consideration of every Tho public goed is a laudable the me for and such in the emulation of the as shown by its acts and practical We ask you to stop and before you act. There is a vital importance and great bi Hy connected with the act of than many of us are aware of. yet it is fearfully chance nor time can efface its It is indelibly Ourselves are not alone the but posterity must share in common all the generations He who would transmit to posterity a worthy a sound and healthy should scrutinize closely the machinery of government and the actions of the parties ing adherence Progressive As EonoR is A BAD a recent the editor of the Cairo Times and Delta to the editor of the Mound City April 13. Tho water has risen and some has stolen my I am in the highest of my and have got my head out the window to Ed. Willett on tho That's the reason this letter conns to yem ten on a board nnd in his How's Mound I am actually fearful that it is not under water What a happy dog you must got your beer whenever you want The pumps have not bem The water will reach me I'm in a Hull of the The Mayor and leave his captain without kneeling and j floated down the Main street this him that he was so kind as to his but as they had and inflict such stripes upon him as j nor I did not see that they enjoyed he acknowledges he richly deserved How HE sreAST TO DO a lady of character was j ig our country among other places she called at Steamboats continue to navigate the town the of too They do so. the foolish apprehension that the deepest In great LIN ing out of the sea a wajt out J ll ya des gut Tho arms of a gill wound tight around ynur neck has been discovered to be an blr in of a Him She would ask the they wire in till she emmc of I ladies in the commenced guessing it are you in could Are you sorry for until sat iu asked to After examining the ne in a canning when she asked por a Won't you try and do better I'll steiil A Yankee who seen the statue of the Greek and asked if he was not raptures it. to tell the I don't care much about them stone little I don't If we read tho history of bodily arc that men live if of IN FW SPA PERI
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