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   Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - January 17, 1854, Dover, Delaware                               EL AWARE' STAffi REPORTER. JTOUDHE 2. DOVER, TUESDAY AFTERNODW, JANUARY 17, 1B54. NUMBER 4Q. THE DELAWARE STATE EEPOBTEK "-I8 TUBUSHKD W GEORGE IT. S. NICHOtSOlf, tke Coital State JMaware. HAVING been operation since the 1st of March, 1833, constantly increas- ing in circulation, the can DO longer be considered airy but it has won its way into popular lavor and achieved for itself local habitation and a and it us much pleasure to announce that it is bow-permanently and durably established, enjoy- of -the People and the Democratic Party of Pefimrare. Before the idea of the REPORTED was Entertained at all, we often expressed won- der that there was no paper published At the capital xif the State; and we felt sure that if one here, it would, from its central n, possess advantages over all other in the. State which none other conld and, if judiciously and with enterprise Conducted, it would necessarily become TBS STATE PAPER. YThen ittelt to our lot, by, solicitation, ready encouragement and otherwise, to tempt a trial of Jhe idea, we did so; and the -opinions we fhenr'-entorfcuned hare become a fixed fad. Success has beeri the reward of all our efforts. The DELAWARE STATE BKPOKTEK is not and ftefr'ei will "be the month-piece or organ of any clime, or division of either or any Party- It is the-fearless and the faithful advocate of the in inciples contained in the DEMOCRATIC PLMTfORM OF 1850, And on alTNationsd questions it stands boldly aod. Uttdeviatmgly on the Baltimore Platform OF 1832. .-F-tolts chief' aim it has the HMOS and the POBZIT of the Democratic Party of Delaware. ibi VBWS department it win not lie behind anv   play- M-fio nurthfnl yet so mingled with gentleness and love, afl hearts canght something jbtncss and tenderness; but wTwn i _ the saddest eyes! They seemed fidl of heary donds of gloom and a foreboding of monmbd- nesB that made one. turn away to-bide tbjp yet when yon looked again some fight from the sweet spirit within bad touched aad dwelved tbe sadness, and her own tend, scfr knee wonW giecl yon. With a- noblp nnsel- fahnessshehad conquered her mdanehotf. leaf its shadows migbt fid! on others! What a con- trast to that short, ptamp little wife with her goodnamrcd, chubby face. She and George were engaged fcr a ntanber years. They were separated during that period, fcr some months by "an between their Sonifies. Soil they tared Helleft home to travel and white absent met with an acadentthat caused him tbe loss of an eye. She loved him flbe more fir And when they met again there wasarfaluing fight in her eyeandasarfct gfcrwonbercbeetl Ahs! we knew those signs too weft. Sbe lingered through and "be was bjr her nassnrmg her, watch- ing orer her, waning on her with that robbed fier early doomV half its s. Bat she could not deceive berseif. andaGttlelater when the searching winds of antnmn came she said plaintively. "Ah! George, yon said Iwoold not die, yet you see I am dying." _______ She grew tovdier every day, the transparent delicacy of her comphainn; the hriffiancy cf her eves, the flash on her checks and serene elevation of her tranquil qiirit shining through them node her indeed grow fike an an-d ere die went." Her sweet, fiunt tones ever breathed love and genOeness and confidence. To- wards the dose her friends, old young, sought her bedside as ar privilege, lone so Sdcdions. OSB Tjdcun were talking a dan since wSh an esteemed friend of ours, who was reared after die good old social irjoiran-- He is hjg heart In lor jara, at I my fest, it never me flat ft could rrerbeotberwiae. We mte, l Ueportnunt SocuscfbODtm CXBLXASB caose is rather remote pfe is based. __ that rye. barley. ec'IwEan 'cam and allowed to ferment aad pass flfco the sawe" state, when mixed, wifi eat hay, strawVor other dnr vegetable feed, exhibits the A very cottpst- ent and ohserriae friend of onrs remarked the -other tint be eouMwhh barley mealaloBe, Jed sad fhefc tixwtcks, aster uicJLutdsa dorawVBter mete as 'ought to be to cooking It is a %t toaD feeders of sirine, that star and. m3k is worth one quarter mote fcr than fresh and sweetndlk; tetbcnritsactiaa energies of auluu. mayvwe most pas? from amuse the Snag, and fane behind fir the makes ffiVdesirabte cahnly withdrawmg her spiritfiom itafl and concentrating it nSy. Life was never given lutiaut buuenfler, or death ever contemplabn with a more placid and snstainmgcfaeerlnmess.. As her pastor would bid her good mgbi at betf- ask pleasantly, Do yoi think or "Is ft probable I AaTl see you in the morning T1 Sheseatfr aBof us, her old friends; to bid us goodbye, before she died. I shall never forget Aafc sti- parting. We were atone; sbe held nry hand in both of hers, and fixed her eyes upca changed they woe! fir the nnstsof deatt ivere aheady duDmg them. -She talked to me for some motoents, words the must earnest and tender counsel; then sbe clasped her arms around my neck and kissed me with berlfeeUe strength three times. Then I irnt over her to catch her low whispering1: "We shall again in meet That night she died in George Cby% arms. "We had lived near other, and for mcoBis t aftemaids he would come and sit by my ade. t with his eyes never wandering from heroH j home, and hi unbroken silence- It made no i difference if it were mconlighty starBgnfccr agrctahte. Adestreof pJeas- imnlcl sit fiv ibe bmr. ___ fr_n it r ntter darkness, there-be would sit by Ibe boor, with his eyes bent m that dirffttinn. Tees rfoaaiaelwis not very cf Dr come vision of tareet- TJTSS from the sorrowful faniji assertion by good to indnce our a ted eoM, and eoazbed so seterely Md aD, rftbe eariy tove, the 1 the delusive hope, and ms As be toW me the slender crescent of the moon bung tow toward a high neJatu MD. there was a swaying nei work of shadows east about ns by the "trees breeze moaned through the leaves stricken and drooping from last knevaH aboct be said sndenlv. Heaven had many angels i T had only mnst leave this pbce. Good His was'the-reply. ]byc. Igo to-monow, where or bow His I repeated mechanically, "his know not" And be wrangmy hand, and left wife! Surely George Clay is not married f me standing, gazing after ton Why where have yori fivcd this- twelve- j weight jipon moHth past, not to know that? day such too! Kttk woman, he couldn't have done better. But pray what is the matter Yon look quite dis- concerted and wo-begone. Certainly you did not wish to appropriate him, did yon I appropriate George Clay! or any one! as I thought o? a death-Tied we bad watched over together six years before. Not as I thought of a lonely grave in the cemetery of Mournful memories were busy at my heart, when suddenly George Clay turned round, and n, partkaaarh-eavy, as that roes the ThehaKsewasesrefiuly as to zodnee triffingtospeat to tteir Oat be wett. R is an old saying that on tenorse thaaon the phyacan, they wo as wdl as A rf the Xenrk mOog east.1' gives an anecdote novet-readmg by lust not otfaerwfeejfa- ftefcst gives the 6ee a.wiereawanr- _. aspect; the second is tie of raof tbe ebtnstersof mother of wrinkles; and third vte attempted to improve the Psahnodyas wcakcsfEs aod a saEow complexion. veil as the mnskofthc meetings Be set some A whit e band is a very dearabte ornament; Jmcac cf his om to Watts'psahn, in winch these fees: fct nsy heart in fame be found, Like Davife harp of solemn sound." CalEnronbis pastor, who had more music bim than yoa flunk, the chorister asked his and a hand can neverbe whaeunfcss it be kept dean; noristhfean.feif a jwm-ladyeMeb hfr her hands in constant motion, winch trffl ocra- blood to cncnbde freely, and hare a voaderfid The motkca recommended is op tbe fivcd this- twelve- 'weight npon my heart! And the nezt fame t; at her needle, brnahmg np the home, at? and yon and met hhn there stood Tiy IBS side, a short plump J saA K osehd as pobafc in fte Sbe fa a clever Bt8e lady, with a very good-natnred cbnbiiy t pafenaneerf all domestic JEnv- :e done better. But vufe Sich is old tender Of these fines, them more readily adapt- _ __ weie, to teeth, when tbey of India rubber thread. onr eyes met, Instaiitly- a 'shadow HI on bis with perfection to face. Ah! Sarah, you were not forgotten! and he approached me. Why, he exclaimed, in Jns_TOBEh- tboogh kind way, you are "as startling as a I He tried to langb. This time there was no doubt Wett I knew that loud, noisy, boOow laugh. It was the very same that made my heartache so ftr.months after our watch by that death-bed was d'one! ____ I know not why I did it, and T am sore I Begirfer. _ TMHA SdenliSc Atoeneoxsajs that the adaptation of purified wh3e India rubber to tbe of artificial tesfli, gams, and palates, ins been patented in Eng- land. Uanr advantages, hitherto deemed nn- attamabk, xrc contained in tins adhesion is complete; ft can bemcwHed inequality or sor- asit made lure _ It has been that threads of this material, if heated whBe on the stretch, do not shrink back to their firmer dimensions; and by repeated stretchings and heatings. anT degree of fineness can be pro-' dnced. In fins wav, about yards, or thirty-seven miles of thread may be obtained TBS A reeent 'The estate is now mpc ed to the music be bad proposed. ed to read them asfdbws: "O. fct mv heart be tuned within, f like Darids sacred of Jdfason's c Ihe good pastor bad some mternalteden- the singmg ssession of a, aard naintaimMt hfe grarrgy as wefl as he could, bo JBtprore thcnn- arable as ft was. The de- to do so, and the officer, who makes it ms summer said that he "We fcond on the first floor a host Jefferson, j proved TOSH a portrait of Lafayette, one rf and feidrd ehonsler a cerate of Hmaatere Gder5 barrels with written on them. The estate tsmai The stone. __ a soaiD portion of Ibe seal is cultivated, tbe gardens bloom no: walls. had some bcsdamestk aattecs. O, tet wy ktart diddle, diddle, L3ae nackltarifs swred fiddle." The poor leader, afisera-Tain atlfiiipt to de- from his' corfd carry flowing is anex- seen'eeDentanneedoteof a person who had eontsm- Among other things he bmh a plated sdf-destraetim: His eyes sought the floor, there was a mo- ment of embarrassing silence, and then he said. Neither did I six years ago. But the fact is. Helen, after ma and my sisters j nrifcs) of this thread dairy. Tbe superiority cf tbe threads produced by tbe bytbeeoess. _ Mead the mtenrf mt wtofcmWmnV VeE and wasiltaEan nDbleman.'-and ate- ay snch as acqnainted afl IBS Jew tare pletion, having spent a new method, is that tbey are perfectly round. _ _ ___________ Robber is certainly getting tobea became so gloomy, I thought theI best j moner in te Sfectiaa, tbe qnestkn w rmr. check- j and Httte boy, who bad cangWtb. mxietT to soNoczt nxy His took and manner were irresistible. __________poser to Mr- Jefeson; the worked but there was no to grtt i Xot tes so tbe kssoo he had learned. lively, old don't say it because sbe is mv I reallybeKevelani exacaysnhed. roi I like her family, they live so comfortably and i robber are so happy in themselves. We aH get along j Inda rubber pleasantly together: have plenty to hve on, no _ Unread. We twpe cares, and a grout deal of fun." pled by Inda rubber men. or _____ And be proceeded describing a condition of. fiefled with India rnbbcr advertisemeBts. life so of the earth earthy, that my first feeling give way to a weary mffl stan5 a India robber not be pec- the "WAKE----Jttrt rcceirH an c wlo TRnV PATTtvrj fc HRVA Kfitabcthhra Silver riOl.T.XAX_S IRO> RAILING fc tadirv ZTBA TKRRTS SOK'R, and Jfarkrt beantifnl wf aMt fort and for 1T.RRIS SOJf, ROT> largo lot XTBA FERRIS fc SOW, Fotartb and X. B Rcartrrthw of painful astonishment sorrowful attention. When be left me, I gazed after his retreating figure, and a change went over my souL Tbe George Clay whom I had known'and loved as a brother from my earliest childhood gone dcsd to me! W-c have not met since, nor do I think it proba- hlc we ever shall inert again, But in still summer evenings, or on ssd. au- tumn or oWHi tbrwitU twi- light hour, as I sit gnxing into the fire before my lamp is hi, thmkirc of old times and cW I recall Georpc (.lay aad that early of the betrothed bes rn tbe cemetery at Sbe was tbe last of several sisters. AH grew to womanhood, becanje wires and mo- thers, yet each met an untimely doom fcythat 67 Scmlh THIRD Street, j inexorable deslroycr ccmsonrntioa- We boned for a that Swab escape. Her was one apparently of vigor and strength, and wbcn pjou'ii jlie was  ue A vaoHatinj mvd never J is nothing Eke a" fixed, sSeady aim. It dwcd- fks year nalnre, and rnsorts wiixtss. Who have done tbe most ibr mankind? Who have the bonofs? iVbo thtmsrfvM from poverty to riches? Those who were steady to tbrir porpose. The man is one thing another drives an pcfl-facB tbs wrek, wbfle it drives always hi tronble, aad does rn tbe from one year's fod to the other. Look at and admire the man of steady porpCK. He mores noistlesrfy along, aad what ders be Be raises pradeaHy, we rrant, bat saarrly. The are not too mgh fcr hon-nritber are the Etatt berond hit rcadi. Dcnr worthy of imitation. moment a man begins to rise above bis fellows, be becaces a mark fcr I ther missBcs- Those abtady soperior regard as a probable competitDEr.! I or eqxnd. as aa to They make amse. accardznghr, tar Bat be be rf t" sbcoJd I said I to myself." re- bVveths wretched fanulT? I have means, and it w3t not delay BC many minutes; but what if it does r7 The scene cf misery be coodncted me to, T I threw them my ltsw to which the strife sobjeets fwin caD apria that I was, to think of leaving a world sad> pHaesore was to be bad, BO (dump! fher that no barer reach the object, they rehrmgtorea eoat, as was fas custom, on tbe MENTAL IRON WORKS, Ko. Sonth FIFTH STRRET, Jx-low Wnlntif, wbcrf be nccn n liri'1 of new artd paitenw of T< nre (for Cemetery Bfilf- Veraftdahx, fee Mrrr IKW! in rily before Iron rnrnJtnre of everr All worh (Jone at fhii place war- Pocntr rerrals to w the kureKoesc of nature, back the fmhiaws simple Vrcio nnqwnebnl the esOnRtasn wtecfc warnt- etl tjringtime rf oor being, refines let hn bot OK earth far an ml onr mtewt rn bnaam sa- fltratiri-. by vivid detenwrtxmt of itt arx! lofUest fcrfiBft and tke brittttness of its ompbetic riwms. Irfps fiuQi to lay bead aa i tberotarefife. j A jfmaciai Jtrs. was aorvtevtaftr VarwH to I thcaopcncr We ttgwd is afctted pride awlfonjr.aad aa hrteatjon maotJy more avschJef tbn it can withMt dcwbt, of aH actoaCy distvb the Mid of mam, to and correct w death ntar Pa- SPAPLR SPAPLRl   

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