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   Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - February 14, 1854, Dover, Delaware                               DELAWARE STATE REPORTER. VOLUME 2. DOVER, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 14, 1S54. NUMBER THEHBLA.WARE 8ZAXE SEFDBXEE fU M mT tiSOKGK W. S- 5ICBOLS05T, WMf ib war ufa> fecal of Ifct tie patronage aai tie Envr f riutE andappropriate edifice 1 icceotly erected m one trf" (be BMoiBealtlfr- fsd aad Enwabfe rramrmm im tbe vicinity of Test, emaSks tbe Proprietor to offer every EaaEtT fee- flbe accnmmedztion of and mast efficient ar- arirtboteaga ingtrortionia all s a aad education. Tbe of Ae laaUtation to the patron- started advaatases ta. tbeState wajeaT at tbe tkatifaK its cemtal aH osfcer eoaH _ i aspect pJULirtsage Bcfanoto oa tbe witvifirfted award taeeeacaEy of alL Tfe iarftatioa tte Fmei- _ aad cflssCTcise, to a tiiul bfjthe Hez, we did Jbe opcaiQax we fives entertained bare tuv'miiff A jtizi? Saceess has bees fie rewd efaS TheDxuwAXE Srixc SJCMEXKS is met aad keverwiQ be tie piece gr otgamaf aay or dlinioa rf tltfci i me nr Party. It fte fearless ad tie advocate of tbe ai conopSaaee caa te fiwvaoded to any address. DEMOCXJTK PUXPOSOt OF 1S30, aH5aSiMaI qpesSeos it ctaads botfly ndeviafiBgly oa tic JC4TX05JX DEMOCSJCT OF Tor its chief aim it hats tbe Usans and tie Fcurr of {be DewKzaiic Party of Defame. Iii EU Jim i ilijii liai nl IT 1117 Ifir trlh'rmil anv after Delaware IB.a Wbat tbe denied to tfce cooinKt, health, safety, kapfcaess aad dcpartmKstt of the boant- ra rcscB. eolj Ea a cf tlte be 1 Fast from 1st Sep-; FetenrrtelfbeSffebofJiine. Jahr aad Acgnst- Ex- id ExMbctBOa, bst week Selected Doetrji. f Per ef fin Moirtfe, byoecgof fflg 1 lead, S5OOO s oo Ynae. (omHed if tfesired..) ORKIS3U. fina aD parts eftfce Sate is oaee< tbe most TalaxtaexKi Safces ef onr paper; 1 CO Text Boots. fce-pradeaflysappEed at imxl- if afl necessary iii-Tt boobCsebnl Ebtary prhri- fcges. foxafebed fire doSan: pars oTOe Slate, Oe [the Be mote ToJasonSoas Staa aay olber fcefiwradtoj abate of tbe total ex- he Poptk aH tgnes. feemg made from tOCa. SEWS JOT) TOE JEJgEETS win receive esreicl and aUnafiiM ecarr issaas, a fen and reEaiie report be A Caiabgofe, pniaeaCig a full expose. as enfrr as pnuwtfr- Address; iQ-tf BET. J. F. HET. aad THE CPP. There is a cup of Efe: The Tittle prints that stud tbe threshold o'er Are of the feet of such as came to drink, Fresh in their natal hour; whose infant lips Eschew'd the taste, and perished on the brink. There is a cnp of bliss; It mantles bright, and sends its foam aloft, And eafls for flowers to twine its sparkling brim; The young, gay, beauteous, happy, dance around, Sor know the shapes that 'neath its surface swim. v There is a cnp of wealth: Kith worthless tinsel decked. The ignoble crowd Who cringe about the glittering fallacy, Nerer rise so high as taste tbe current proud, Yet pise to share its splendid misery. Of poverty a cup: And the pale rank gross weaves its hated sward Forearthrs best souls thick o'erthe sickly brow? Its birth-gift, humble worth's For them that midst its turgid waters flow. Glory hath too her cop a She lists it to the skies, and onward rush Contending throngs, o'er mountain, vale and flood! She views her flashing hosts each others crush, Bids them to dust, then fills it with their blood! There is a cnp of tears, With osiers bound, and planted on the grave: Thither the 'reft, the desolate repair, With dnteotts drops its pearly font to lave, AadsweH the crystal store that glistens there! For stin round sorrow's cup-, Tis meet the faint and weary should convene, To cast the cypress on the water's clear; Descant on hopes that tripped life's fairy green, And the stern hour that first enforced a tear. Ob, memory T thy Thy bnrised yet precious cnp, lonesome I sing! Would I knew not to dwell on thy bright beams, On eves in dust, smiles fled on misery's wing, Lnd Eps in clay, that talk with all my dreams! a cup of death, And who artfnl as to put it by Its mvstic rfgc UUIA. KIjjM in. dream no mtiTC: Bat wake to-day that knows no sunset sky, beach our prow upon a peaceful shore. Selected HATTY." "Not rinee tag said the girl, shrinking back. Come here and look in this little mirror. Do you see tboee large bright eyes of Do you see that wealth of raven bnr, thai a skilful band might render a beauty, instead of a tangled deformity 1 Do -yon see ,those Bttfe, supple limbs, that a little care and training might render graceful as the .swaying wiDow There is intellect on your brow; son! in joor eye; your voice has a thrilling heart are a pan in the roughl You can- not be ugly; but listen to me. It is every wo- man's duty to be lovely and attractive. Ton bave underrated and neglected yourself, TOypoor child. I do not say it to make yoa vain, but to inspire you with a proper confidence in juur- sdf. But what have you here said she, as large portfolio fell at her feet Oh, Miss Tabitha, please donTL It is only a little when I ielt wretcbed- Please'dont" Tes, but I shaD, though. It's jast what I want to see and she went 
                            

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