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   Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - January 10, 1854, Dover, Delaware                               D E L STA1TB REPORTER. VOLUME 2. THE DELAWAEE STATE EEPOBTEE 18 PtrBHSHED SEMJ-WEEKtT BT S. XICHOLSPJT, At Capital gi tie Belawore. HA.VING been in successful operation since the Itsfof March', 1853, constantly increas- ing in circulation, tha RJEPORTEE cau no longer be considered "an airy but it has won its way into popular faTor and achieved for itself a local habitation, and a and it affords us'much pleasure to announce that it ia durably established, enjoy- ing a large share of the patronage and the favor of thp' People and the Democratic Party of Delaware. -Before the idea of the 'REPORTER was entertained at all, we often expressed won- der that there" was no paper published at the capital, of State; and we felt sure that if one started here, it would, from its central position, possess advantages over all other papers iii the State which none other could oqtfaFi and, if judiciously and with enterprise it would necessarily become THE STATE PAPER. onr lot, by solicitation, ready DOVER, TUESDAY AFTERNWN, JANUARY 10, 1854. NUMBER 38. Philadelphia Advertisements. MEDICAL. Original THE GOLD WOBSHIPFEES. encouragement and otherwise, to tempt a trial" Of the idea, we did so; and the opinions we then entertained have become a fixed fact. Success liaa bjoen-tho reward of all our efforts. fTlieTDEEAWA-RE STATE REPORTER is-not and never will be the mouth-piece or organ of any division of either or any Party. It the faithful advocate of the principles contained in the PLATFORM: OF is-so, And od questions it stands boldly and urid'eyiatingly on the Baltimore Platform of the DEMOCRACY OF 18-j2. Us chief aim it has the Uxios and the Pmurr Of the Democratic Party of Delaware. In its SEWS department it will not bo behind any .other Delaware newspaper. What the mails and our exchanges do not afford in time, ft' regularly and fully obtained by means of the electric telegraph. of the FOREIGN NEWS given in our' issues nest after the arrival of every steamship. DOMESTIC ISTELIISENCE received by mail and the telegraph from every section of the Union. AGRICULTURAL ARTICLES, foirthe'-benefit of the-pAKJiEii, will be found in every issaVcCthe RKPORTEB.. ...ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE frdnr atl "parts of tne State is one of the most interesting features of our paper; and sitaated-as we are immediately in the centre ofihe correspondence and the com- munications of the REPORTER will be fonnd to than -any other Delaware newspaper. LOCAL NEWS AND THE MARKETS receive careful and prompt attention every issue, fuH and reliable report will be BT FEAXE FEES. Te sordid sons who plod and toil On life's uncertain ocean, strain and strive and brawl and broil, To gain your little portion Like Aaron's dissolve for naught The treasures of your nature, And waste yonr souls, so dearly bought, In worshipping the creature Poor pensioners on Lucre's store, Desist to toil and For golden wealth can but secure, At most, a. gilded hoveL" Know that the god which yon adore But givctb to bereave yon, He smiles that he may best allure, And glitters to deceive yon. i Heat ifoBj mOooked toti the testator bring distant refatkm, and ft penon with whora Qmd BBdneter in- dced of entcnecr te inw hardly -awam The news of tie Hnhterf legacy, notwith- [tiom taken by IhefianiJy to I .nuMott tb> ttttgbbois. who said tbat happy before, would surely ItwasrcasonabletotlCnk so; fir.MT content and happy with 1 Brated Jaois, would certainly be mate cootttt and happy when these BMafls becamt aboadant. It was reasonable I In the course of mfew days, David heardagain the London who now wrote fully i on subject "of the. legacy, and gave him cpfh -a as ot him in ossession of For O I tear the idol from thy breast, Let all thy aims be given To storing far" from "inoth and rust, Thy treasuries in Heaven. manufacturers and proprietors of this justly celebrated R. R. R- Remedies were the first to discover a remedy possessing the marvellous and miraculous power of stopping the most excruciating pains in an instnut, allaying the worst cramps and spasms, either internal or external, in a few minutes, and soothing the most severe paroxyisms of rheumatism, neural- gia, and the tic doloreux, as soon as applied. Tho R. R. K. Remedies consist of three reme- each possessing quick and wonderful powers over certain complaints and. diseases, and will instantly relieve the human system from pain j regulate each organ to a healthy action; resolve away all diseased deposits; re- novate the body from nil corrupt humors.; re- build the -weak and broken down constitutions; restore to health, strength and vigor all unsound and worn-out parts. RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF, For all acute complaints, internal and external. The moment 1t is applied externally, or taken into the system, itwill stop the most excruciat- ing pain and quickly remove its cause. Granger, a mason, well known in Brooklyn, was a cripple for nine years. Railway's Ready Relief rt'lieved him from pain in fifteen minutes two miles without the crutch in three days, and cured him entirely in j one week. Cholera Ready Relief will relieve the sugerer of all pain in fifteen or twenty minutes. It will cure tlie most despe- rate cases in a few hours. moment this relief is applied it allays the most painful paroxyisms. It will always cure sick headache. It will relieve the pains in fifteen minutes, cut renewed attacks ten minutes a tea spoonful will stop the chills and break the fever. Aches of all kinds, pains of all kinds, bruises, burns, scatds, strains, sprains, stiff joints, lameness. One application of tbis relief will in a few mo- meuts entirely stop the pain. It reduces swel- lings, heals sores, cuts and wounds, removes bruises, allays the most violent irritations. For all this relief. Look for the sig- nature of Radway Co., on each bottle. RADWAYS RENOVATING RESOLVENT, Rosolves, renovates, rebuilds. It cnres Scro- fula, syphillis, sores, asthma, bronchitis, nlcers, tumors, consumption, rickets, nodes, lever- ]USl amjueu w, MM. sores, erysipelas, bleeding of the St j. jjke the rest of the fjasfly, being that which bad fortune had been unable to do, Vitus dance, salt rheum, canker, rash, tetters, j j-Me far their indusbious habits and the namdv, destroy the happiness of the of in thii remark, .Boding to a period whea the But it was the love that the several members Huntes had been m great distress from want afh insliuctl-oas as put him in possession thf money inks than three months after. time snbseqccnt to this went, no change Neiflier i pndenoroptentarion foBowed their good fbrume. i Online third or fbarfh Sanday, howewr. the ana tubers wno knew of and had oo- served their affectionate manner towards each other.' were a good deal surprised at the tmusnal _____ orJgr m which they came to church. Formerly, Ex. xrrii: I said unfo them, noticed, they used to come in the Whosoever hath any gold, let him break It off. nssimcr, ana itt ann. together, now So they gave it me then I cast it into the Ere, cane fa A afl, separate and wide and then came ont this calf. There was observable, moreover, more orfcss of anaagry anddiscontcntcd expression !onthecoantaiencesofsllof them, which, con- tjggijng a, YETY strikingly ashdidwith their .former cheerio! rery conspicuous, and attracted the notice of the more shrewd observers. Onnmg to ehnrch in this manner, It would not have been coaldahacst; fijey of comse entered _ -way, oneafljer the other, at THELEGACT. blcaching-mannfactcry, at modtttte vrags. i special attention for a time. Bnt what of that They woe ccaisiled, and I mglect of those little acts of courtesy to each that was i church cf which we wrmerly sp sfc-epmg-evfli set-fast, snaggle-teeth, subcutaneous sores, or shattered hoofs; norris sour, sulky, sullen in temper; neither shy nor skittish, slow, sluggish nor stupid; he never slips, strips, strays, stalks, starts, stops, shakes, snivels, snntHes, snorts, stumbles, and seldom sweats; lias a showy, stylish, switch tail, and a. Bale set of shoes on i can feed on stubbs, straw, sage, corn or Scotch' grass; can cany tgi stone, with Tl_ IS I took aj> ,a note of check." "Tfell, sir. there have been two checks for drawn by you, presented at the Bank." As if a-flash of lightning had shed on his mind, he remembered his-check, re- jected ia consequence of a slight defect, which he had neglected to tear up, and had left it on the desk. Some jerson, it seems, found .t with a great speed and longstrokes. 'Price low.1 cheek there and procured a __them. _ In church, too, it was a pretty sight to see of the legacy them oo, i wa the brothers were to mollwr sion for himself and oa which, ne-- Baa Sating out the test psrfm. determmd. He then proceeded to name to tas g sons the respeeJise snms which he under date of May 80, ]R33. The paying teller, suspicions that aliwaanot right, either from the jfact of having Just paid one for that amount, or the imperfection in the signature which led the drawer to reject it and 1 write another, showed it fo the officers, who also did not like theleoks of things. The teller then turned to 4he boy and eyeing Mm pretty sharply asked him where he got the check? when the boy instantly fled, and hag not since been seen. T. Trilmnc. Vo a Prize Essay on written by a journey man printer in Scot- land, there occursthe following1 passage J Yokefellow.1 think how the abstraction of tfie wouldJjepdessly enslave the work- steui.-s, luc ing classes, with whom we are boy to present it. i Think of labor thus m one monoto- uiiuvi --J i-----; vnat was HIS SGDTISe ana DOOTHlKIUlOil ut as BTJSINESSjCAEDS. BILLIARD AND BOWLING ROOMS, N. E. corner of Eighth and Chestnut Streets, .Philadelphia. H. B. FURBER, Proprietor. CF. LEEIM, (late- of the Urni of Leeds Baggs.) Merchant Tailor, No. 47 South Eighth Street, eight doors below Chestnut, East side, Philadelphia. CA. MASON, DEALER IN FOREIGN and LIQUORS, of every de- scription, and Manufacturer of Cherry, Rasp- berry, Ginger, Blackberry, and Lavender Br.m- dies, Wine Bitters, American "Wines, and Fine Cordials, N. E. corner of Coatus and Sixth streets, Philadelphia. nia 1-tf CANNON MATTHEWS. General Auc- tioneers and Commission Merchants, 26 South Charles Street, Baltimore. ma 1-tf FCCJRRAN PHILPOT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office and Residence, No. 113 Fifth street, below Prune. Deeds, Bonds. Mo; t- gages, carefully drawn. rna 1-tf JNO. L. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in HAVANA and DOMESTIC SE GABS, TOBACCO. Havana Segnr Emporium, No. South SECOND Street, Philadelphia. m 11 If ing resolvent. Mrs. Henderson, of Westford, Mass., had been covered with sores for nineteen was cured by our renovating resolvent. j The most" obstinate cases of salt rheum will quickly yield to the renovating resolvent. One gentleman who supposed that this complaint was hereditary in his family, and had been afflicted with "salt rheum since his birth, was cured by the use of a few bottles of the renovat- ing resolvent, and the poisonous rheum entire- ly eradicated from his system. It regenerates everv organ and member of the body; it makes sonud healthy and strong all weak, diseased and unsound parts. TV'eakness in male or female is quickly cured, r and the debilitated and emaciated made strong, j 5" vigorous and healthy. Impotent and nocturnal emissions in men, or diseases of either one or more of the generative organs, is quickly re- j moved, and tho body restored to a healthy and sound condition. Low in views ful conversation. Grcatfindced, though humble _ vras the happiness of the TJnnicrs. them- Tbdr employer- who bzd a great esSecni for Poor Ifcvid ea-terored to meet then- David and bis family, wss in the habit of look- by altering, lEodifysng. and even theia sometimes, afier work-bcnrs increase the ditlereat sums by his usual rounds to see that ail moderate proportion he intended retaining for the' fidd. Oa theso bimsdf bat to purpose. No could rdniin sybig or distribution he jcooW propose Dsvid. in to wodd the expectons or w of his did not, indeed, complain or I consider money paid for adrertising thrown awayr" remarked a business in. Chestnut street, a day or two since, in onr hearing, and we could not but think that parsimonious character of that 'man would prompt him to act open the ndvice of an old miser: My son, get if you gdmoxty." Tn the broad scope of our observation, we have noticed that nine per- sons ont of every ten who prosper in their busi- ness, and reap a fruitful reward for their labors, are men who advertise liberally. It is true some make money without advertising but it is quite evident 'that they would have made much more had fficy advertised their business for sis persons ont of every seven would have known what such men have for sale, and would, as a matter of course, have gone directly to their stores, instead of hunting around for such articles as they might want. Apropos of this nous and continuous and eternal forever on the fingers forever playing, tho eye-balls forever straining, the brow forever sweating, the feet forever plodding, the brain forever throbbing, the shoulders forever -droop- ing. the loins forever aching, and the restless mind forever scheming. Think of the beauty it of the giant strength thai it teouM, tame; the; resources of nature that it wrald .exhaust: of tbtuspiration it woaMcmshf oT i t would breed of the projects it would wreck of the groans it would extort of the lives it would immolate: and of the- cheerless graves that it would prematurely dig See them, toil- ing and moiling, sweating and fretting, grinding and hewing, weaving and spinning, sowing and gathering, mowing and reaping, razing and i building, digging and planting, unloading and and storing, striving and strnggtingT-iB the garden and in the field, in the granary and in the barn, in the factory and in die mifl, in warehouse and in the shop, on the mountain and iii the ditch, on the roadside and in .the wood, in the city and in the country, on the sea and on theshore, on the earth, in daysof bright- ness and of gloom. What a sad picture would the. world present if we had no Sabbath." tnUL WCUiU -a iilflcays T banJlv think snythhigccnid interrupt; of and dislike was now engendered freely. KASm The -__________t. Ttpvrr orAulCaieCl. XXJOr __n.. t.__j_- AC- cst which conld never vcith a very saw and piacency. that barily wcied a again be felt tho change, times that the legacy had gone to the bottom of the sea. instead of com- Tbs sons and dapsfa- for which had attracted the notice _______ OF oca Berk- shire Easlc states that as one of the citizens of Pittsfield was fcutthig down a large bnttonwood ne since, he found embedded in it human hair and pieces of fiuger in paper, on which was an iBe- They must have been placed there half a century ago. There was, advcriiser sells twice or four limes as many of yore, a superstition that if a peradn: suffering 's as the other, and of course can afford to from a toothache, cut his hair and read the advertisements, nnd j day. enrL-IopcJ them m.a paper marked with establishments that advertise the date and birth of the sufferer, placed them money in a bole in a tree, and plugged tip the hole tightly, the pain would not occur so long as the tree lived. This was probably the origin of the above mentioned ,_ Conr. _EXf _.v.. wno Sir. ISAAC NEWTON" AND VOLTAIRE ox RAIL- WAT Isanc Newton wrote a book upon the Prophet Daniel, and another Revelation: in one of wydl J JOHN A. JONES, Hair Dresser and ficlarer of HATB DTE OIM, TOOTH etc., 23 Baltimore street, BALTIMORE, MD. ma K. JARTIS. NOTARY DOVKR. the numerous complaints and ailments which cast such gloom over thuir spirits, a ffw j trcst there nerer_wul. doses of the renovating resolvent will qnickly tersrepliedto tneiretn1. _ remove, and the most nervous, gloomy and de- tbeir heads, and glancing at him wila a s-anlc. 01 pressed, feel healthy, strong and happy. Per-; said as plainly as smilecan say anyUung: oi sons wishing for this remedy will please ask for j difference between us I Xo, no; such a thing Ttadirav'i Renoraling Resoltent. Its price is ncTCr be. We !cveeach other too wtQ and of restoring harmony amongst one dollar per bottle. No small bottles, nor is j {gQ rinecreir for tliat." the genuine ever sold for less. Each bottle j stood matters, then, with David Enr.tcr Eorrung v_ i _ bears the fac-similie signature_of _ _ _ I ,._.....__________ ral vears, with litUe or no change: only that his family..In porsuance of tms I tnvtfrns of which the men of his time had no stapcndous mountains, the raia never faEs. AU I rreammended to rach of his sons to betake that the knowledge of man- agriculture is the result of artificial irrigation. ;a bncsrff to lodgings of his own. ano to stan. in vronld be" so increasrtl. r..n iWrn, ,ess and attachroeat to cscb the wori.l oa his own accnnnt- To enable them no change, unk-s an iscrrase to do so he said he wculd instaitly pay them of such bappiness and attachment can be so down the different snms ne Hunter ar.d fetnily f SfiL smfefirf. sulkily in the pro- j one evening by a visit from UK i iiTsaii safllra i vels'for us all to adtaire; two rears j le. old roan, and RAD WAT CO., 162Fnlton street. New York. rSAAC REED SON'S 9KLVFS. Our machinery is i.ow all new. with nil the recent improvements, and we ofler them to the public as a GOOD .'lliTICLE. Come and try them, they speak for themselves. Dur- ....-----.....e ._. _ ___ insi the Holidays our stock of them was entirely jjc fad not hccn at their boase I! never rains in Peru. The vapors, as they ___ ascend from the sea, are attached to the sum- that, in order to fulfil certain prophe- 1 of the where they are conden- bcfore a certain date was j ppj into showers. But on the line of coast lies between the sea and the base of these that they would the rate of fifty miles an hour, not believe in the inspinx- j 'lues, got hold of this, nnd I Bnt the freqttcnt and full streams flowing from the Cordilleras makes this coroparatiTely easy. JOHN G. FLEDDERMAN. Mercfnnt Tiilor. No, 1 South Charles Street, Baltimore, will lupply customers in tbeciij or M adistaice. per order', with every variety of -r.-ntV-'nsi'-i on reisonal'le toruis. and on tho s'.iortcU notice, insuring a fit. ma 1-tf UTHER M. A PTOUNKY AND COUNSELOR, 34 ST., tna 1-lr f IPPINCOTT CO. OPO Price I t Clothing corner Fourth Mftrkct One low price to and Ulte cvcn'bodr. mo l-1f Hat nnd Cap Store .Xo. 10 X. Sixth Street, near Market Strf-ci. fwett vancd MX) his price' BTP regular ond fa- Ktwihls, every order to him will lx> fnifhfttnr and f Ihc to exhaastcd. but we are now prepared to nnv rejaonalile demand tint mar be made for tlictn. Letters from the Tr.ide. fit distorcc, will be icimediately attended to. .-.id Pens s.ifoly by mail lo am part r'..iin. at -ivpry i trifling post.-ipe. Any Pens tlist tlo not suit the hnnd, chrerfully esclnnptd for others; j i and a gnnrnntep is given for tliP Dnrabilry of the i 1 urticlc. Our Pens nil the spring j 1 cb-irflt-tcri-cs the quill, as nc-rlr as metsl Pen? can be brougte to tlvaJ perfection. We have i spired no expense to givo the puWic first r.iie article; nnd we thank tlicm (or the liberality v.iih which they hvre patronized us. Oarpricc-.i arc the same as cr Mcdiv.nj Sihcr Cases ai.d Pen- cp.< Medium Pens iledinm Pens with Siver aad Pea- cilf attached. Hcdir.m alone, A discount allowed I.SA.-VC REED Importers of Welches, Manufacturers of Gold and in Fine SiUcrXTare. fcc., fcc., 176 North SECO.VD St.. r'.rncr of Vine, and 57 ?cmth THIRD Slrect. e _ bdbre and then it with a -rery primitivo- j mood, looking epistle, most nbomhaWy fbWcd. sealed i tbcywcre gomg, or Ttev acrer held 1 study that book called the Bible and it scorn thatJ in order to credit its fabulous nonsense, kind will be so increased, that we shall be able It was Rom s veiVboiKSt, decent man. than U--ey to to travel the rate of fifty miles an hour I with .bit of rerfr. instead of and sttpcr- i Ttevj acrer scribed wilh a rile hicro-lyphksl sort cf dw- Exch brother. Tlie Wheeling Gazelle, tells the story of a i man in tliat city, coal pile had of late u ishmar" become too public. The ingenious sufferer hen no became an ft )v3le 5n a lnmp charged i  fTr ftfl 1 0? Vi'ilS tnC A man in who recently inserteJ n lonjr advcrttscrncnt in tbe papers, offering his farm fnr sale, closed i t in the following sublimely 1  bot in a day or Saarih is ____ two. atldress Ton iriA as to utrtit ccrnxm w bcprm, fur potting yon in pos- i prrqoTS m the of pew ytm a day or _ _ i tne 10 up un work H Iff coa- htrc in of n bnt the body and Rlrcngti of _ _ .1 -.p polite notice: ____ rf tiw of ibeccmrn. as i nottxwtmnpnec ftt Mrmtropie, who wan CM- ,rs, hat'c W'KJTI oii'.othv i yon in iegatry. a? to tioc awl man- pjrrncnt- wr. rt 4 to Ske to bear A Cowrviirr.vr TO tnnst Tho ftTi'i TV TIKiRl Oarid Ihrei rery pratrfui to the ctaa who hmnWy cttima'rs t.'a o-srn ctiinxs, that the world always heartily aprrriTrs A nrrt ic tpm than 200 trlrt r'lly of art this cjrat chtro, thnt it is i iritS if mvlinnry A mRn in nntlf-r f h-vip'.nj. ths ShcTifT Irw ercning to i? that aSut of mine to come of f the milk P rmd and ahore all tnd rn trt- br taste thp CQUQ. tbc ponvp haniie s toefc it thf and iNEWSPAFERr   

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