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Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - January 13, 1854, Dover, Delaware E L AWARE STATE R EPO R T EK. VOLUME 2. DOVER, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 13, 1854. NUMBER 39. THE DELAWARE STATE BEP0BTEB IS rCBIdMrED'SKJII-WEFKIiY GEORGE W. S. MCHOLSOir, At Borer, the Capital of theJSMte ol Delaware. HAVING operation since tlualst Of March, t8-53, constantly increas- ing in circulation, the REPORTER can no longer be considered "an but it has won its way into popular favor and achieved for itself a locali .habitation and a and it affords us much pleasure to announce that it is now.pennanently and durably established, enjoy- ing ajargft share of tho patronage and the favor of the People and tho Democratic Party of Delaware. Before the idea of the REPORTER waskenturtniuedjit all, we often expressed Uctjtbat there was no piper published at ttie tapital'of the State -and- we felt sure that if one here, it-jsrould, from its central Philadelphia Advertisements. proprietors of this justly celebrated B. K. R. Kennedies were the Crst to discover a remedy possessing the marvellous and miraculous power of stopping tlie most excruciating p.iius in an instant, allaying tbe worst cramps and cither internal or i external, in a few minutes, tuid soothing tbe most severe p.irpxyisais of rheumatism, neural- gia, and the tic doloreux, as soon as applied. The R. R- R. Remedies consist of tbrea rcme- dies, each possessing quick and wonderful j powers over certain complaints' and diseases, j and will instantly relieve tba human system j from pain; regulate each organ to a healthy action resolve away all diseased deposits; re- advantages over all other novate the body from all corrupt humors; re- papers, in the State which none otber conld j build the weak and brokendown constitutions; Wdj. if judiciously and with enterprise j restore to health, strength and vigor all nusound necessarily become j and worn-out parts. TEE GREAT, THE GOOD, THE TEUE. READY RELIEF, i-4-, i aU complaints, internal ,v fell to our lot, by-solicitation, ready UnWtttagement and otherwise, to tempt a trial W thiHea, tve did so; and the opinions we moment rt is applied ortafccn ttxa entartaiuea have become a fixed into the system, .tinll stop the most cscmciat- beea-ihe reward of all cTur efforts, j lts -Tbe DeLAicME STATE REPOETEB is not and Rhtvnutlittn. Mr, Granger, a mason, n.ever'wilt be tho- mouth-piece or organ of any known in Clique, or division of either or any Party. It the. fearless and the faithful advocate of the principles contained in the i DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM OF 18-50, And tin all i National questions it stands boldly 4nd nndeviatingly on the Baltimore Platform oftjie 'NATIONAL DEMOCRACY OF 1852. For.its chief aim it has the Usios And the BT JOBS II. BATLEX. J love the great, tlie good, the true, Chief magistrates, both wise and just i The statesman, (aithfnl to hie trust; An upright judge, firm, patient, .kind, ID virtue rich of noble Though these be found in numbers few, I love the great, the good, the true. I love the great, the good, the true, True conragc based on honesty; Sound learning, gilt by The candid mind, the open bond, And blindness which can spite command, Though these things are- both scarce and 1 love the great, tbe good, the true. I love the great, the good, Oie true Truth in otir legislative halls, Truth at our homes, in trade, at balls "Wants-that are simple, chaste and few j The pastor, pure ns morning dew The man that irtves to all their due O how I love the good and true Democratic Party of Delaware. In its SEWS department it wilt not behind aayj others Delaware newspaper. What the and our exchanges do not afford in time, is regularly And fully obtained by means of the I love the great, the good, tlie true, True hearty and sincere, "Always at hand when trouble's near; Sweet cbarity, wbose hidden deeds, The naked clothes, the hungry feeds We are but mortal clay or
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