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   Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - February 17, 1854, Dover, Delaware                               DELAWARE STATE REPORTER. VOLUME 2. DOVER, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17, 1854. NUMBER 49. HOTSG bceatim.sBXtaatial operation since tiaelst 1SSS, eanstanlir ineseas- IWH tte SKTOKTEX era so longer airy toor sod achieved for sad a namcr" sod it announce it is of tie pafa enjoy- eandtbelavor YOJLK. XOKK CO., FA. rilitK EXTEXSIVJE and appropriate edifice JL recently erected ott one of tbe most health- fid aad favorable eminences in the vicinity of Tort, enables tbe Proprietor to offer every facZEkv fist the comfortable accommodation of oae httodred poplts, and the most efficient ar- rangements for their thorough instruction in all tit Democratic Party of bwocbea of asefnl and polite education. the Sfca of the REPOKTCE i> The claims of the Institution to the patron- atafl, we oBea expressed won-' no water at the S speet of parents, are baaed, not on any fictitious aadvefett sare if one-H eireioastaaees, bat on the unsolicited award here." a wOsM, ftora its centra! of its respectable and nnmerons patrons; one rfvaatazea overall other of wbocn.liasIaconieaHy expressed the opinion acne otiter eonld of HAVE osrv TO COMB AHD IT aaad wBSi eaSarmiae i SEE This invitation the Princi- II pal tespeetfcfly extends to all; persuaded that r (the closest investigation of the method of in- struction invigorating 1 xvsibHe attainments of the paren- tal sapMTssioa devoted to the comfort, health, safety, happiness ami deportment of the ooard- ers. can result only in a confirmstioa cf the above unnt'ftfieee or orgaaof ShomM a compEanee with this invitation be drnsnMt of eB5ber or any Party. It the fiagifal advocate of tbe a wooM necsssaril v become THE SFJTE PJPJOZ. %rteni ft fiat to. onr lot. by soEdtiSIoa- resSy and: ottexwce, to totspta. trial ifczj. we d5i so; 'and the opinions 1 Become a, JEirarf c fie reward of att onr eSorts- KEPOKTEC is act aad napracttcable.. the most satisfactory assnraflces lJ2t> fbrvarded fo any address. r.j-t TO j OF ISaO, I qaestioiKS it stands boldly (Pint from 1st Sep- tensher to the SOth of January. st of JBtEHOdtfCT OF 1832- August. Ex- amiistSoii and EtMhttton, dnring the last week of Jane, ananafly. KEL, roots, Tezm. Sessioa of Fire Months, patabie in adtanee; boarding, wash- cfifefazm has tbe fxros and; flw ffcusr ite BoaocrUac Parfr of Dcterare. be fceMad ncwspapsr- "STSai {fee do not Erne. is ami by useans of Ibe _ Ttatjoo-ineioding Ancient and Modem SETTS eTecy f Xcsc, (omitted if desired.) by Prof. T Deneas. oa Piano, Gtritar, or Harp, fey calSicd'TocalSasic, SoO 00 2500 20 00 100 ererv sacSoa of Uffiion- Test Books, SEC-, prodently soppHed at mod- crate charges; ar, if preferred, all necessary COSSBSPO2SrDESCE ia text books- seborfstatioiiery, and ITbnxnrpri vi- f at 6ve dollars per semi-session. Beis, bedsteads, and bedding, sttppEed by the Com parts State is oaeof most r psgeots, or by the Principal at cost. feaJares of osm- paper; X. B. -The above estimate of the total ex- ts-uatfiSaS fS-r fa titg pgntsg pesses for tuition may be'relied on. Pupils tihe eoza- admitted at aH times, charge' being made from i date   rije ifee rAJOtzx- tfe ?otrncii5- tie HATHOS please be ad-iresssed to jmmnffx mf Tnrrrfri-t Oft IbOSSUfiSS. tSf CGRtlKSSSSg be to THE PEOPSIETOR. S CABD5. 1 Si no recommendation beyond- tSfieir owa laeEits- "Vfe manufacture them OTTE- SH.VES- Oar is now sff newy with all tEte reeemt intprove-meats, -we offer them to tfes pifclie as a GOOD JfSTICLE. Come and try them, speak for themselves- Dnr- isar HoSalays onr stock of them was entirely bat we ace now prepared to supply 1 aav reosattiWe demand tfcit may be made for tltest. Letters fbcHn the Trade, at a distance, siM be immediately attended to, and Pens sent SBcerr br ntail to any part of the Union, at a very Miffing postage. Any Pens that do not suit the hand, be'ebeerfiSIy exchanged for others: and a. gnzraEtee ss given for the Durabilry of the aartiete- Oar Pens possess all the spring that f eEaraetejTzes qoiB. as nearfy.as metal Pens 6e- to that perfection. We have i spared HO expense to give the public a first rate article: and we thask them for the liberality citife theyhave patronized ns. Our prices ariff sszae as Pens with Silver Cases aad Pea- eife sttacrted, Hearon Pens alone. 1 00 Setiiam Peas with Siver Cases and Pen- e2s afeehed. 2 00 i XeScm Peas alone. 1 73 A dbcotsat aHawed to Wholesale Purchasers. ISAAC REED SOX, I Itspoitets of TFaiches, Mannficturers of Gold Peas, and Iteslers in Fine Jewelrv, SHver Ware, Spectacles. ITS Xorth St.. coroer of Tiae. ami 57 Sooth THIRD Street, Philadelphia Advertisements, IMPORTANT TO FARMERS! fTEGETABLE CATTLE POWDEE prepared T by Breinig, Fronefield Co., No. 187 If. Third Street, Philadelphia. The proprietors of the above powder take pleasure in being able to call your attention to an article, which in all respects excels any thing of the kind offered to tie pnblic for the ___e _.__________________, _____ I am strong; last fifty years, is not only of individual I muTtaur not that I no longer see; interest but it must in time become a great National benefit; in the aggregate it will add at least one million-of dollars annually to the produce of the country in, milk, butter and fat from the same amount of food, besides the many, rery many lives of valuable animals it win save by restoring them to health. It is therefore destined to be in due time one of the staple articles of every farmer, dairyman and horseman. It ia not one of those kind of mix- tures that merely swell an-animal np fora short time but it will by the capacity, which it has of converting hippuric acid (which ia an effete lactic acid or oleinc; cause greater amount of nutritious matter to be -ex- tracted from the same amount of food, than possibly conld be, were thu active principles, of nutrition to pass out of the system in 'the form of hippuricacid. We have received a multitude of evidence to prove what we' have said above. TFe have mixed the active agent with a great number of vegetable plants -and which time and use have proved to be nsefnl in im- proving the appetite and promoting- digestion of the food; thus securing a healthy condition of the blood, from which the milk and fat most be formed. It may be used for horses, cows and hogs for the following diseases. Yellow disease is owing to a bad and impoverished state of the blood which becomes thin and watery and of a yellow color. is the ruination of many valuable horses by exhaustion, by a constant discharge of saliva which ought to go into the stomach to assist digestion. .should be nsed early, before matter has formed in the'necfc. disease hasliaffled all farriers. It is a "disease of the glandular system and tept up by imperfWt nntrition. Selected JJartrg. LIKES, BT MH.TOJT, JJJ BIS OU> 11 am old and blind! Men point at me as smitten by God's frowu, Afflicted, and deserted of my Yet 1 am not cast dowu. BOWXJCfG EOOXS. X. E- of Egatn Ccesa-i SSrerfs. H- B. FCKKS- StATTEETrs, Geaeral Acc- aad; CoaHaSsaoa Jfeaclsists. Street. BaKnnort- raa.l-tf .Boor Low-spirittiLlIoTsei, or whore atp any remains of founder or stiffness of motion. milking cows we are fully con- vinced that it not only improves the quality, hut that it increases the amount of milk, cream and butter. This powder will secure to cows that healthy and thrifty condition of system which will produce the milk and butter so much relished during the Summer season, when cat- tle go into good pasture. Hollow Horn, or Waif; Hoof Disease, and other diseases of neat cattle depending bad state of the fluids are removed speedily and effectually. Cows, whose milk is blue, thin and watery and where it does not yield much cream, or where cows give bloody milk, or, which are nsed to stand long dry, it -wiQ be found an al- most infallible remedy by improving the condi- tion of the blood and creating a healthy diges- tion. through the summer often over- beat themselves, get swelled necks, coughs, ulcers ia the lungs and liver, which cause them to die very suddenly, these may be prevented entirely by putting a pound iuto a barrel of swill, and giving from one to two quarts per day, it prill at the-same time considerably hasten i the fattening process. j Beware of Counterfeits. Do not buy a pound unless yon look for 4he name of Brcinig, Frone- j field Co.'s written signature on the end of each pack. Price: 25 cents per pack (1 pound.) For a full description, procure a pam- phlet (gratis) of the agent. For sale by D. F. BTTRTON, Agent for the Manufacturers, Dover, Del. Poor, old and helpless, I thee more belong, Father Supreme to Thee! Oh! merciful One! {near; TThen men are farthest, then Tbou art most When Iriends pass by my nreakness shun Thy chariot I bear. Thy glorious face Is leaning toward its holy light Shines, in upon my lonely dwelling place, And there is no more- night. On my bended knee 3 recosblze Thy snWn My vision- Thou last dimmed- that I may see Thyself, Thyself alone. I have -naught to fear This darkness is the shadow of Thy wing Beneath it I am almost sacred; here Can come no evil thing. Oh I seem to stand Trembling where foot of mortal ne'er hath Been, "Wrapped in the radiance of Thy sinless land, Which eye bath never seen. Visions come and go Shapes of resplendent. beauty round me throng; Prom angel lips I seem to hear the flow Of soft and holy song. It is nothing now, When heaven is op'ning on my sightless eyes, When airs from Paradise refresh my brow, The earth in darkness lies. In a purer clime, My being fills with rapture waves of thought Boll in upon my spirit strains sublime Break over me unsought. to the ewurd-boBse. They armed there just as a pmtrolcune in. The robberiras discorered to be an escaped conrict, ofwhom the police bad been for a long tim> in search. Our fiiend Traa doly congratulated upon his presence of mind, and the ejjprgy which he bad displayed. added the ofBcer in command. I re- tosay, I shall be under the necessity of action against you.11 ..jyao." Because it appears, from your own avowal, that yon cany arms .upon your person, without; the authority to do so." Our friend thai exhibited his pistol, and showed to the officer, that without a lock it was rno arm at all. saidtheofficer} a pistol is always a pistol. I must.puf your name on the charge- The robber, turning to onr friend, said tolnm: The fiinaqtles of K We have not yet by any tbe whole of the of _ _ One practice has kmgbBndrj-1 ed. But it is now to be of no use. climate, tbe quafityof tbe soil, tttcfettkal as wen chemical; the aspect, tbe ekntiaauaad even the cron. are all modifying asweQ as the influence of tbe geologic on which tbe soil rests. Tbongb. the often modified by drifts, B character of tbe ssfl.asweDas tbe has much to do with tin vatoe tbe-aggtr- incmnbent Strata. Hence we have arriiWat the fbQowing dcdoctiODS, wbini the whole of our knowledge: f 1. The same manure vfll not aluats lufie the same effect either en 'the same sen for" an- other crop or another sou" for tbe sttOttm, or ..I. M menu A PARAGRAPH- FOR PosmrE lv, vet strongly expressed, is tbe valuable idea of the paragrah- annexed. Tt is the opening passage of an article- in the last Westminster Sr, Ton-hare deceived me: May what hap- j  bather's hand ran thrttnrh'his emit. tf fc HATCH- fltfce CiaA? k Irnaprar- fROX RAILING fc ORNA.- JIEN'TAL IROX WORKS. No. 4S Sonth FIFTH STREET, Walnut, whore mar be Urci- of splendid of (far Cuaaterr Bftlco- Vtrsaxijihs, fc-c..) ased in thi% city of CTTT A1! doire thu place war- PREMlt.M C. RIJX- HARDT'S Patent Glaw Doable nM Sinplr Lever Sepl. 21, For the n-xl of Rupture, or Her- jtuilaMc for nil MJCI, and apes for rioi. rd fhiMrrn to bare atrnrdcd bi ttif Amcririvn InMitct'-. of TorX-, ind the Institute, Balli- more. Md. 1-lf AXCY CLOCKS, for Hall. Scboo ma WMT1C1 and by I to the next piird-boosc. or pull the tncptr." he etciiiroctl. As it was dark, the robber not perceive J that he was threatened by to imaginary lock, j HP had rtooursc to the supplications nrtocml in soch CMCS. I Sir. do nol ruin me II to you on tbe contrary, that I lend you to gusrd house." 1 ntn the ffclbcr of three diiMren 1 have six." "I hare wife wbo depends upon me for PCXCH proposes tbe CoQowins: If I waat a sUtoc of why should I he to pre- sent a sculptor with the marMcwtrk T" if I did. be wtwdd be sere to chwl we KJwards till heieotofit- yriled Bkc tbtmder: von should jast have heart! Cherish a knr for troth, frif-awtrri. him holler, dad." j broevolcace. SVTTVC Dot from the Cor looked unhappy, Wbik he eipUmed that MT advantage. In UicmMUneea tire precept dxl not tmply a case like that, and a man of rectitade. conandcd with: Yon not bave done thai my  t is ami March, or I way of a fiaal Jtck ran twrcesi as fest as I can TV; good lagged, to bis wp a pen. and eaowTurrf townrrooc and a PCTOTI, n-conahns pricttcc wit fire." TV s rich a bro TThSt bca is tbe ship on lay Of all a We tkcs xrri garssns tT -r i to oar frrcn-1   

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