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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 very 'selF-Senying- in Uie cnjoyiniintB pre- sevtnyardsln Icngtfl fhref seated 'byf nf substGnltols nad j nnd a lialf ,in breadiV' says Sir. C., are ton- n __t ___ i ____ i _1 ___ 1 _ tJ.__ Jf_Jl fif K ou which the rest of the lime is spread. and covered a fiiot Uiicfcer, the entipe height ___....._ ________T _. the tpound being about a yard. In 24 hours it he quietly handed it over to the young law'- i wuTtalce fire. The lime shonldVe'immedKifeTiy yer who running his eye over it leisurely, rff- from 4.he kiln. ItisJbetta-tqjsufeit toJgnite and 'Martin st6od' together at thfe oar and de- manded their respective bills. .Martin's was enwmous, butr on eiTcct it by theoperalion of-M tHien the fire is fajny "sods 1 most be-applicd. I should recommend turned at with the ubnoSt grftvityc "Dontyou mean to pay said Martin to the yourigj lawyer. JDon't you mean to pay tbis bill 1 Did, you not say, on tbe route ing a sufficient body of ashes Wore the downward, that you would defray the charge put on themound. The -fire- nafually -rises to ''My dear said the young man, "have thetop. It takes youa goodwitness to prove-what you demand iu this at once saw that he was caught, and eyeing Tiis young friend a moment or tno, he said, pleasantly: You don't need anycotinsel from man; you don't need any counsel fiom sue." to draw down tlie ashes from, tbe ton, and hot to suffer it to Tise above sfsf feef. "Where lime- stone can Tjeliad, a small quantity in theinonnda serves to keep the fire up, and improve quality of the ashes. Where jn farmer has a wood lot of consider- able extent, ashes for inanurial purposes can always "be easily obtained. On the border of bis'lot, -wherethe turf can be procured let him gather together the small. limbs, dnd ASJECDOTE OP FKIEXD respect- fully commend tlie following anecdote to those ,---------c who do not seem exactly to understand the dif- decayed branches, old stumps and rotten trunks of fallen and worthless trees, leaves and bushes, and having piled and picked them in a compact- heap, coyer them with a. layer of turf. Over ference between and Tweedlc- One day, while Friend Hopper was visiting a wealthy farnily in Dublin, a note was "handed this let him soread as much clay as will fbrtn a to him.-inviting him to dine the next laying siror eight inches thick, and thenanother w ip _.._ 1 i___e _L n4- When he read it aloud, his host remarked Those people are very respectable, but not of the first circle. ICheyJbelong to our church, but not exactly to our set. Their father was a meclianic. "Well, I am a mechanic myscl said Isaac. perhaps if thou hadst known that fact, thou wouldst not have invited Is it excUimed the host, that a man of your information and1 appearance xan be a mechanic." I followed the business of a tailor- for many rejoined the guest. at my hands Dost thou not see the mark of the shears Some of the May6is of Philadelphia have been tailois. When Hived there, I often walked Uie streets with the Chief Justice. It never occurred to me that it was any special honor, aud I don't flunk it did to lum.'' PUKCTUATION, An ingenius expedient was once devised to save a prisoner charged with robbery in the criminal court at Dublin. The principal thing that appeared iu evidence against him v, as a confession alleged to have been made by bim nt the police office, and taken down in writing by a police officer, and the following was read from it Magnam said lie never robbed but twice paid it was Crawford." This, it will be observed, has no mark of the writer's having any notion of punctuation, but tbe meaning he attached to it was this Mag- nam said he never robbed but twice said it was Crawford." Mr. O'Gorman, the counsel for the prisoner, begged to look at the paper. He perused it, and rather astonished the peace officer by asserting that so far from proving the guilt of the prison- er it clearly proved his innocence. said the learned gentleman, "is the fair and obvious reading of the sentence he never robbed, but Uyioe said it was Craw- la} ing of turf. Holes at the base, and one at the top, should be left to facilitatate the kindr- ing, and closed up as the fire gains way. The aihes thus produced will be more valuable than those Lronght up, and do good servfve on any land. Try it. I have, and know the advantage. AxOBSBBVER, Xxw Castla County, DeL, Dec. TREATMENT OF TEEES is COLD occasionally hear'of people being quite at a loss to know what to do wish trees received ia acold wncn.thegronndisfrozen. The" way is, either deposit the- packages in a cdlae as they are received, or open them and set the roots in earth until the weather changes, or ft trench may be made in the open ground, if the surface must be broken with a pickax, and the trees laid in until they can -be Tbey may remain in, this state quite safe all winter. Every season we receive packages of trees from Europe in mid-winter, and we find no difficulty in taking care of them in this GREAT Coax Agricultural Society1 of Champagne county, Ohio, certify that Hugh McDonald received the premium for the best acre of corn, an average one out of afield of 45 acres, wl.ich yielded one hundred and forty-five bushels and three pecks, by actual measurement of one row, earcfully selected by the committee as an average oric, and estimated from, that for an It is estimated that the whole field would hare averaged 140 bushels per acre. Jbrfl.'" This interpretation had its effect upon the jury, and the man was acquitted. is a beautiful sentence from the pen of Coleridge. Nothing can be more eloquent, notlring more true: "Call mot that man wretched who, whatever Magnam said else he suffers, as to pain inflicted or pleasure denied, has a child for whom he hopes and on whom pe doats. Poverty may grind him to tho dnst, obscurity iray cast its dark mantle orer WsTToiccmay be unheeded by those among whom, be -dwells and his face may be unknown ilk knlurc along the wails, is fixed by gold frames, in the style of Louis XV. Tlie arm-eTiairs, sofa' and lounges, are of thp same style and like silk. As for the Wl, nil made with gilt carved wood, it is covered with a coitu i-jiitds of Mahne lace, and the curtains, of blue silk and lace, are hung down all around for fame filling a world's car, for tlie highest powerr for the ettcst sleep that ever fell on mortal's eye. CO Prrc l Clothing Smif] wi--! corner Fourth nnd Yirkft One price to .-15k nrf take TnS 1-tf nit xnd Cap Sto-e. Xo. 10 N SiJtth Strc't. nctr Mirfc-t Sttx-ct. His assortmc-rit Tiricd r-riwi are nonablc, an 1 or'lfr to ftc fAilhfnlly md He the pcvflr to cMa ISAAC REED SOX'S GOLD These Tens iced no recommendation beyond tlreir onn merits. We m.ur.iE.iclnre them ore- SH.IL-J. Our machinery is ROTT all new, tviUi all H-e ren-nl n. d "ficr them (o i5ic ss a GOOD ARTICLE. Con'o ami fry ti.cm. they vj-vnV: fcr Per- i ins; tbe Holidays ocr 5.1oc'.v of Ibcui catirc'y cshinsicd. but tre arc prepared to srpply anv demord that mny mide for th-m. Letters frura tbe T'-a-le, at a distance. wiUbe immediately to. and Pens sant sofoly by mail to any part of the I'rioa. at a very j (riling Any Shit rfo snit ti.c lian wi.l clicerfclly for t and tt is given for the Dirrabilty of the 1 articlo. 1'ess povrss all the tl-.it the qi as nearly as atctal to tl-at have o to give Iti-' a firs' nitc we tbink them for the fli- Pen-: with Silver The said trcatv required the English to abandon and evacuate all other settlements on tho Spanish continent, as well ns the islands adjacent, and remove within the lerrilory granted by the treaty nfore- the Spanish Crown are too feeble success, the rapa- FIXGVLAR FACT Edward Parry, the cele- brated Arctic navigator, recently sa_id, speaking 01 of the Polar cannot imagine the it, in the same manner as the old beds of our changes that take place in the ice there. I grandmothers. The carpet is also of a blue have been myself sometimes beset for two or- color, and so thick that-one wo_uld take it for a j three days together by the ice in such way that from the masthead Icouldnot seesuflfcient v. atcr to float a bottle in. and in 24 hours there ns' not bit of ire to be seen; nobody could It was made at Aubusson, express-- ly for the place in it The culing of the room was painted by M Bresson, and it represents a group of pcni throning from rich baskets. The painting is so well done that no one could believe that tic figures arc not nine. In short, tins magnificent bed- room is the ncnhts ultra of riches and elejpucc. But what arc tho drenms under thaeo 1 tell why I cannot tell why: and you might have sailed about as you may in your own river, ai far as the ice is concerned." sayq a bo de- ari-c'.o aione. S: WilOLER HATCH, (laic CviVi k C'> Impor- (f French n.re Paint aid Oil .V.'W CA-. ft-nd rl. mi 1 (f rcr-jrH an c wk> of cclcbralt-d rLitAr-'thian Silver ir.irct Call Mxi IKK' tBrBrc. m fJ.KKIS fc SOJTR. I Watchcv V.T.iutJct- Finr Jewelry, 5 Kc., c of Vise, and Si PI IROX FIF7 STREET, he i f! Vfm-f Vcr RnvcrTTarc, HECOXfl St.. TT11RD P.OT) A lii lot rtr CrmcicrT niTrr in city tron rnrnitorf nf rfc at rlarr trir I'Oi. to S FIF TT! tfrrr'. to tl following language in the treaty of 1780 Art- 3d. Although, no other admntagcs lure hitlier to 1'cn in qneytion except that cutting wood fjr living, yet hi? Catholic as a great- cr proof nfhss i 11 ta the King of Gnat Britain, will grant lothc Enjrlish the lit.rr- ty of cntt'mg all olricr wood, without even es- ccptrng well as gathering nil tbe rrr produce and t) c City Hail. A frtn'Jemon who had the c-- .re of reading the document that fioriit of tbe uerc duly f.tt forth m Fire pound? of as-orttd fight d'irrn MX cats, four term and two with riiktx en them and Bcvcn doitni dcnr little boy correspondent of the Knickerbocker, lights in the mystery of' straight lines, pot- hooks and has been in the habit of nttendinpr Methodist where the preach- er woHhily practices Liune Todd's tbeorr A P.u? VBU: "West, a slumporaiof, nis'nng lo tlcWrlfcc WS opponent as a fouUca man. vxA: I have hearl some persons hold to thcopinkm dies, another is born, and that the soul enters and animates the newborn babe. Norw, I httttf made particular and inquiries con- cerning mv opponent ihrre, and I Kn I that for extempore sermons, with no other guide be fore <.omc (0 jjj., natjrity nobody ditJ. him but theopca Jiminj ,was in- draw the inference." daccd bv s friend, to nltcnd a church, of ano'Jicr clcnomiiiition, where the carcfullv-wriUen ser- mon was rend !o the c-oncr'palio-i On his re- turn, after much thought, he broke out: "Ma. that Mr. B------ften't out of the Kble Xot cut of BiKIc. my clnld No, ma, he prcacbc1; out of the A lew days Mnre. a traveler n'.n a Inrik, and irnmodiiltly nfter hie pnTI- ol his hat. oral. Ihis done, he- ft ni. seated TI the corner, cairn us a m-iincr's and with n tli'ilvf of Hie head, "TlTln't Mtf f< gt-Uin' thnl tre Trofrssor f crmng; an account of his rccttrt nectnt of Mount Vesuvius. that thcgrat (if ascending; ti.w.ntains. ia to proceed slowlv, end to slop nod rft down frotjoent- until tfic nainral quiet and cir- culTtion of the MIXX! and tone of the muscles arc recovered in this manner, even hmh mountains may be scaled without Thorr IB at. in the Murrlfind Pcnilon- mm who hat oonticlcd for tbf Thf Ullcr infonr-H tnm trtnt ho was in tlic in a bahk, sir, not in fjacmlatwl RUangcr, "dang me, ihty toll ft tlm-i? ''iff, lie tirxi jmrinet.'Tnfid tho i unfi ttrc-nty-flTc TCSTS of hie hfe I .Tit the He JB A i rt <.f apf. o' A 1 Mils.