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   Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - June 17, 1853, Dover, Delaware                               DELAWARE DOVER, FRIDAY ORTER JOB OFFICE, REPORTER. DON, JUNE 17, 1853. NUMBER Having carefully selected a full assortment of NEW AND BEAUTIFUL MATERIALS, the etdrfef the Rtporler is-prepared to cx- DESCRIPTION of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, Promptly and upon the most reasonable terms. HandbiUsaor Vendues, Land and Sheriff Sales, Shop Bills, Blanks, Forms, Circulars, Billets, Receipts, Bill Heads, etc., Plain or fancy, NBATLY ANO CORRECTLY PRIMED, according to agreement. Acts of Incorporation, Petitions, Labels, Special Notices, and all other Job Printing generally desired, will be executed with Neat- ness, Cheapness and Dispatch. Take particular notice. Land Sales, Vendues, and all other advertisements of the same description, for which Handbills are ordpred, will be worked off at the customary rates, and, if the advertisement does not exceed Stewpisre Of fifteen lines, one insertion in the columns of the Reporter will be given gratis. OFFICE, SOUTH MAIN STREET, SEVEN DOORS, WEST BUSINESS "CARDS. Jt> B. corner of Eighth and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, H. B. FURBEK, Proprietor. C" F.JLEEDS, (late of the firm of Leeds Merchant Tailor, No. 47 South Eighth Street, eight doors below Chestnut, East ___________ C'ANNON MATTHEWS, General Auc- tioneers and Commission Merchants, 26 South Charles Street, Baltimore. ma 1-if J0H2T McDOWELL, Main Street, opposite jhe Washington Hotel, Dover, DeUj-keeps constantly oa "liand a full assortment 6T DRY GOODS ana: GROCERIES. The highest price given for all kinds of country produce. mal-tf J' NO. L- ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in HAVANA and DOMESTIC SE- GARS, TOBACCO, at his Havana Segar Emporium, No, South SECOND Street, Philadelphia. ni U tf J" OHN Tailor, No. 1 South Charles Street, Baltimore, will supplv customers in the city or at a distance, per order, with every variety of gentlemen's wear, on reasonable terms, and on the shortest notice, insuring a fit. if, and Manu- [FOR THE DEIA-WAIKE WAtB EEP-OBTEB.] MIDNIGHT MUSINGS. BY POETA. Come gentle muse, let's to our tnsk' (Tour kind attention, now I Pray, pardon the And "there's a way, if there's a will i" So now, here goes, our ink we'll spill Quite free in this confusion. As fiee as blood upon the field, And free as sword, our pen we'll wield, When fighting for the laurels, To bind upon our youthful brow; To win them's matter how, By blood, or or quarrels. So jog along and win that And try at last, "what's in n Though that is not the bauble That we are I'll wiite My ink-horn dry, if you'll Inditing is my trouble. What shall it be; a lover's deatli, The sentence of his mistress' breath, Or suicide, or fighting; Or shall it be the jewell'd charms, Enwrapped within fair Dian's arms, Or something more inviting 1 The blooming fields, the foaming deep, Where mighty souls untimely sleep, Within its rocky caverns Or highway robber, midnight thief, Or waving woods, or savage chief, Or gambling hells, or taverns Do light on something, for I'm tired Unless some goddess had inspired My brain, or pen, or paper; For here I sit, all, all alone, My wit and fancy both are gone And here's my waning Almost burnt gape; Oh thunder' I am in a scrape The clock has toll'd eleven My eyes are red from lack of My wife will know what hours I keep, And that will not heaven. But O, it is a pleasing art To pla-y upon a woman's heart, of life, which was such a decided trait in i hiiTiiiirr nf li and become'the ruling vpission the grand and beautiful bdle. IS melancholy were our thoughts then, as ilites a. conditional promise. Were such his the his reformation, An honest, candid is bv.er anxious to act promptly and speed- ily. I will tell you, and you must believe me melancholy were our inougiim men, -j- looked ahead a few years, drew aside the that I tell you as a warning and for your own .__, T ,_f _ I ____1 lin.nntVnM llO A1 CCintt.l Pfl ILS. TO" 1OQKCU UUtaiU iHtnY v i of the future, and beheld what would most ce> j good hereafter, not only is he dissipated as re- tainlv be the fate of this beautiful l gards intoxicating drinks, but I have been misery and wretchedness that would eventually informed, since my arrival in the town, that he ensue to her whose-whole soul was warped by i is much, very is-uch addicted to gambling, such an ignoble ambition. N'ow XBLLV, I must leave you. Bear m mind NBU.Y we exclaimed, will you permit what I have told you, and act upon my advice call you i ftnd the information as your heart prompts. Indeed, sir, it was my she ropli >d. Should you ever need the assistance of a fuend, Then we continued, I will t ,1k and a brother, here's my address. Call on me to you as to my only and much beloved sisior. ander any circumstance and at any extremity _ __ __.1 T_MI frt. (-Vio iitvnnct nt mi Do 3'ou love this Mr. I do! else I should not have consented to become his bride." NEUA-, but you do not love him. The man to awaken your love is no. of Tim FABLE or THE RAIX was once a farmer who had a large field of he plowed it and planted the corn, and harrow- ed it and weeded it with great care, and on his field he depended for the support of his family POTATOE, INTERESTING Eskimo: Journal of the New York State A Society contains a very elaborate an- prepared table, showing the result ments in the cultivation of potatoes, field ne ciepeneieu ror inu hupjAJti ui mo nienin But after he had worked so hard, he saw the possible mode, and under all the diffc corn began to wither and droop for want of rain, cumstances which could well be concc: and thought he should lose his crop. Ho felt very sad, and went out every day to look at his corn, and see if ther was any hope of rain. One day, as hestood there looking at the sky, and almost in despair, two little rain drops up in the clouds over his head saw him, and one said to the other, Look at that poor farmer I whole forming a mass of infonnatio follnci condensed into so small a eo }s the pen of our friend, H. H. Esq., of Marshall, one of the best practical i raers ;n the a careful experimenter I exact observer of results. In this table Mr.{ n e c said to the other, Look at that poor farmer I has presented the result of his experiments fee] sorry for him he has taken such pains with such exactness, and in so concise a foitm, u ader. W and I will befriend you to the utmost of my rbility. Farewell! I pray Ifenen that your kart and your intellect may combine to keep you hereafter in the right course of duty to t-ourself always. Farewell! I will see you-tgain such stamp. I warned you when you were little girl againsE the growth of the longing am- We shook NELLY'S hand, good bye, and, once bition after riches and a high station which you Wore repeating our caution to her to act from __. 1 tfl T _i _ L. then nurtured, not for the mere sake of wealth, for I believe you depise that, but for thi exalted social position they would grant you and the pomp which -would accompany them. I warned you of this when you were but a child, and I now warn you as a young woman, stand- j ing on the verge of a precipice and ready to rush headlong into the gulf below, without a single thought as to what the future has m store for you, to retrace while there is yet time the reck- less path you have trodden, and be a woman such as God intended you to be, and not the mere embodinlent of an ignoble, unwomanly ambition------" Hold your language is strongfor a to utter." It is Btrt if I offend, I remain witl J.- CJ dictates of her heart and not by the prompt- g of pride, we left her with her face bowed wn on the arm of the sofa and weeping the set tears of repentance. We retired from the use with a heart much relieved with the con- ousness of having performed a delicate and fficult duty, but we were withal, heavily im- nviir I huuu CAuvji.iAv.oo, w bis field of corn, and now it is all drying up be readily understood by the reader. We orty I wish I could do him some good.' I regret that it is so formidable as to prevent its said tbcother, but you are only a little being laid befijre our readers in rain drop, what can you do 1 You can't wet i as the figure work in even one hillock.' very incon-wjmMt for our columns. We said the first, to be sure I can't do however, as briefly as may be, state much; but I can cheer the farmer a little, at any results of the experiments, as gathered rate, and I am rosoh ed to do my best; I'll try; careful perusal of the tables, hoping M I'll go lo the to chow my good will, if I can ture time to present the matter -m a i do no more; so here I go.' And down went the CCptable form. rain drop, and came pat on the farmer's nose, i. Manures. The experiments emt and fell on one stalk of corn. Dear said manure, fermented and unfermented the farmer, putting his linger to his what s that A rain drop. Where did that drop come from I believe we shall have a shower. nure, compost, manure of fowls, lime. gypsum, sulphur, saltpetre, sults are decidedly favorable to the use pi Jl DCJieve we snaa nave a suuwei. suns are uix-iueuiy IUIUJBUK; vu The first rain drop had no sooner started for manure, the manure of fowls coming the field, than the second said, 'Well, if you go I believe I will go too so here I down it dropped on another stalk. By this time a great many rain drops had come Sfficult duty, but we were withal heavuyim- tt3r companions were ssed with forbodmg and melancholy thoughts j aboufc; ana whcn they heard them and wnt IIP in store in the oVionr tlio fn.rmnr and Water MISCELLANEOUS. AND us BUSINESS. jSEssasaawsA, to In Mm. STOVES ma 1-ly A. fashionable bonnet! 'Tis verr nice to be a bard, Bu trust me, 'tis confounded hard Where some are shouting "go it, Vhile others tear each syllable To atoms, and consign to The cursed name of poet. I wish J were that slander'd thing, A would iorever sing The charms of wide-spread nature, The wonders of the raving sea, The beauties blooming on the lea, And creature' Bui I'm content to while the time In writing veriet, making rhjme, In tolerable measure-, the luiks'tbe charming treasure. the evils which might yet be in store in the urc. In a few minutes thereafter we were i suing our travels; but for many days we fbjnd it utterly impossible to shut out from our saw them going to cheer the farmer and water the corn, one of them said: 'If your'rc going on such a good errand, go and down he came. 'And said compost next, then the unfermented ma, The lime and gypsum did not increase the; beyond that part on which no manure 1 used. The same may be said of the snip and saltpetre. 2. Time of planting. The earliest plan! proved decidedly difftrenee betwl the 18th and 28th of May being 19 bushels] acre, and a further reduction on that f planted as late as 4he 10th of June, of o mj ana down ne came, -.iiiu i, i piaiuuu us mix fbjnd it utterly impossible to shut out from our 'o, no not Miss GRAT from yott. in the be sent for one dollar. tand en r c mr arr.ral this mommg." wo replied ,1 that the troeitieu w s .tMissGKATfromyott- Gall me, be t bring a in the of franco of our bcart, .cstless couch, ulU- U you by that toihar title you notwlthstanding the cunoundmg pomp weU m o.hcr   rvot wCCri i" u tv court ns or will you have rcmnn rf ,ou have followed the adricc then p.vcn hrr she conti rCmCll) DC ie imu i TVit> mdce nftcr hcannc; tne ,ea delinous and appeared Of his workmen judge 1 the circuraeunccs that had testimony, asked himwnjneuiu ;t 1 ven nlmiurc? of the heart s position of the post- 't10 r' tbe three L Sitrrtimta by lhc _ tachcpatcels with t" the work of sulphuric On ech land pluter is a podtinW er txnd tame grasses die out. and. are r 10 STREET, i A. correct. He was Oh. indeed, I will'" the but you, roy onlj suy with me, rcmflin nC" me teach rro hotr to act'" Impowble'" we itpl.ed. he not, Mxw ril -here jourlhirt Sbe rephed; we fc, life flnd ber me wlwncr.. OUT Oifcrpe to tbe snould not be used SSiiSS IsffSSssI SSSSS.5 spplied to Iwd r, (-ltet flom ;hc -c, 1S from ,he_bo.t I U bold of tbe tail of the big VoVK JJIOUTH, PHIL.VDEI.PHIA. Hc WK 1" Rbe rrpbed d q r >T AtlDN J. L" tor thrtirKch the lime Fwii.r -A Catl.M-.c pneM. hvinp m tntcn.g th- K a hi.be.r- 
                            

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