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SDTTOB* GOUWTINQ ROOK IN THE
COURT H0U3K|
Pi MM Office with the County Jud(f.)
TSEII.
1 Copy 1 JTMT, paid in advanee, 1 50
1 do. paid within six months, S 00
1 do. paid at end of the y ear, 2 St)
liberal deductions mad* t« ciube oi Ave or
MM to ra« address.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
1 Mliisa 1 year,
do. 6 months,
do. I months.
Half oolonn 1 year,
do. month*,
do. 3 months,
QMrter eolumn 1 year,
do. 6 month*,
du, 3
0itwj£rai wiwaii
IN a satisfactory manner and aan furnish at
short nettce,
VOSTEM.
A N I I S
riBC'-'LAR",
MSirilllTI,
CONl I S
Cti
Ult Houae. [2^1
wi ntw i«4in« ii8 ik. wow.
H^DKl'GGlsT, and
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SPIOEK, PROPRIETOR.
AMMMMHa
VOL. Ill
IDVERTISa.
published every Saturday Morning, in
Tlp—, Cedar C«., lows*
THATB*.
$60 00
30 oO
30 00
30 00
20
00
15 00
18 10
mouths,
lEGJL NOTICES.
I sqlWtrtlnsertin*, 1 «0
Each additional ir«sert'n, per square, 60
1 fquaro 3 month*, 4 00
1 do. month*, 00
1 do. 1 Tear, 10 00
$ da. 3 month*, 5 UP
do, 0 month*, "0
2 1 year, 12 00
or
Oae square u 10 line* Breviti
JIPTON ADVERTISER
O fit#
•45f
BUSINESS CA RDS,
VISITING C'A »»«,
t*V|T»TliN TICKETS,
ALL TI' K ICTS,
LAW St.A*Kf,
RSCCIiMI.
Bonds,
LANK NOTES,
Devil,
V I I A A
JV*
K
5,
of «very kind executed with neatness and des
patch.
fill. I N TI r-.
clone to oider on sh"r' notice.
•IKO. L. FYAIV,
(DM14'
iit.Y
or
ni l'f r.ti, n
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Tlj'lo »,
i Mnr
ti'Hfii
Win |.«' AIV. I' m'-i SJ I, ,x ,-a tl t*r,. i.j
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•u** w- ?t th# Ck»»-
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ItOBT. M.
JUSTICfc
OF TH PEACE and Notary Pub­
lic. Tiptdi, Iowa. nl
JOtlPII LIKIMillV,
OTAKY Public. K Iowa.
It? t'.* I'.-s' «nr.'-e. v^nl-lv
N
Oflke
JOHN HUBER,
ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELLOR \T
LAW Vfttce at his residente aear Tipton
C'rtar Jouity, Iowa.
d. W. BAGLEY,
A':'TO t\K* i LA l\',
*u»ti(e the P«i.ce,
Tipt
'fi,
Iowa.
Offi"with the County Juice in the
i rs in (»r
*M i i
%t
rTiuiin.
THAYER CARSKADDEN
T*"
*H»r Iwarf, At Tiptott, r^A*i.
A A O N O I E
Tf r»KAl.i:a IA DKV4i8 ME
1)ICIXE*.
Qk Dye Stilts, l'sinu, Oila, )!.»•«, Oi .Cfcrina,
Tuy., Har.lware and F*u- .S iUonti.—
Tlptor. Iowa.
C. L. CII4IBr.K8,
HYRICIAN ANI) SL Office a
the DrupStnre of CI an.i«-r« .t Son, 1 ipton
JAnKV C. TI H\tR,
1 I A A N a E 0 N
Wilt piaetir* iu Tipton and vicinity. Office, No
T, in quality row, 8onth of the Court House.
nl
J. SMITHt
TTtTSIClAN AND BUROEON.
Office at the Iowa House, Rochester, Cedar
'roualy, Iowa.
DR.
J)HY8IC!AN AM) SlUt iKO*', Rochester
i Cedar county. Iowa. nl
EI.IAN HHAWBCIl.
MERCflAV't'—Deali-r
in I)iy Go«d». Gro-
C'rie*, Crockery, fcc. Cedar lilufTe, O
•dar eounty, Iowa. til
J. D. MrCLURE, M. D.
Respectfully tenders hii professional services
to the i-itizfiis ot Tipton and vicinity.
Also, some attention to the reparation
-of teeth will he paid.
Ofico one door ea«t ot tho Tipton House.
KEFKRENCES.
Focultyit JeHt •rson Med Col.. Philadelphia.
Ceo. Pundenhurg, M. I)., Somerset, Pa.
8. P. HuM'hen, M. t) Wheeling Virginia.
Ail. an, Armagh, Pa [17-ly.]
I A
1TTOR1VET A WD COl'KSELOR!
AT LAW.
WILL
Purchase and sell Real Estate, locate
Land Warrants, ottond to the Payment of
Taaes, Investigation of titles,
conveyancing, &c.
Paxtloular attention given to
collections.
DMRT SuatNESS INTAT'S R»:N TO HIS CARF., WILL
BK AITTNILW' TO WITH
j'romptiieoa and Fidelity*
in the Court Houoo wHh UM Re
«onhr. Tipton, Iowa.
WII,LIAM
LEE.
BOOi£ ilTWrUBIl,
Iowa 1U|.
One door east of the Post Office.
Bly
lank Books, of all kind* l.ept constant
on hand.
Cvunlit* supplied with all kinds of Blanks
Roooids and ntberbooks for Count? of&ses, at
1
$
Bttoirneip qnd Counsellor
AND
General Land Agents,
Muscatine, fcw.
Offic4 over Burnetts Book-Store,
Second Street. l,ly.
K A N Z
WATCH-MAKE* AND JWELUM,
Secofid St., near the American Hotel,
MUSCATINE, IOWA,
WATCHES, Clocks, Jewelry Stc., repaired an§
Warrcnted. A lift of fashionable tewelry.
Watches, clocks, etc.. on li.md Term* as low
as th« lowest. A »liare ef patronago i* r*
•pectfully solicited. [Jo. tn]
W. P.
12 00
8 00
J&
it
llariaf purchased a go-.,!, sufficient se
lection of material, the .tilisfirf now pre
pared to do nearly every ie«rription of
Ij A I 1ST
—AND—
COWAN.
AND SURGEON.
PHYSICIAN
1thereforemake
\Vi«h to to tkis place
my
OailiVIK MODSB,
Corner Wuivr S
remi
»o tu'0'tu.
incorporated Ji. D. 1819—Ceuh VmfiU.il
$500,000.
'p iK Undorei^ued having hen appoint,
1 Agf-nt f*r t'.is uM a-id reliable Conipaev, i»
prepared to issue policies on favorable terms.
THIS
WF.I.LS SPI' EH, Agent.
Office in th* Conrt House, Tipton, Iowa.
low 4 PT.ll'i: IXSl KAMCE
O A N Y
KEOKUK, IOWA.
HOME C(» V.PASY is now prepared to
take risks on the safer classes ol property
ou thu
MUTUAL PLAN,
a
nd on tfu cash pia'i,
a
1 can see that I grow older,
And 1 note it da.v
fotnre home)
I Wader my services to the «ltis«BS
of the TOKO and vicinity, in all the branches of
the profeision. Iwi 1 practlee
Plastic Burgery, Btipphjinsr Pefldenete* and
It 'mt'lying Dfferlt.
Rooms at Wm. otiioe near the Tem
pe ranee Hotel.
Tipton, Jan. 1, l*Vi. l.ly.
A K O U S E
BY R. S. TUCKER.
Coraer of Doba^f ami Jefferson Streets.
/.WJ ('ity, lorn.
O V E O U S E
r. I« DOW.\l\€», Proprietor.
Cornfr of Walnut ami Smiiiu streets.
MUSCATINE, IOWA.
Office of the Tipton, Marion, Washington
and Oskalovna Stage Linen.
2jTlUggage taken to and from th« Boats free
of char.ire.
TEMPE ANGE HO U SE.
BY PATTERSON FM.NNINTJ.
iipri.^, IUWA.
,i .Itenuf, anp
virpvtit* th: JLiilroml Af.
.uif.v,
I
gi'ORGL LOW) Froprieloi.
ri'iiC i'u 'i-r.ii roR, ha* re««tiiiv lcH«e.l tin
nhok popnlnr Hotel, and refurnished it in
n n n «»n ia! rnftttr* »•,« U p»r»l «o
W ..«•« n b.
T'U
„if rjlti.-* -f |.,«
Hnlcrn Compnny,
tathUcty i. a it.'» "».JHI J" "L J"''
rort i
Mi. will 1-iu-.tlr p—JM o
-l wL.- ua iv
4,i
,1 ibc
iMldKCWiQ'.
r» u, f. i.
BIl ELEY HOUSE.
T'PTOIf, IOWA.
This Men' is a Xew which was ju.«t
ipeuel for the re ''ption of gueita on the lat of
May, ls.j.5. It U Urge commo.UouK and it i ,assembled, wo had almost forgotten the
i:r,s s
vssz «i«« ,o«
or fouvpufth e oi* tUr ti4v#»iiDK puuiic. was fruni vmn eua^avor to u»s-
John n. Btrelry, Prop'r |!covcr
HIS. W. f*. SCOTT,
Tender* los piofe«sii-nal services to the pei
pie ot Tipton at. 1 vici .ity. Special attention
given to cai«fs cf long star.siin^. Olfice at tiie
^:o^•eof l)r. A* Hall.
I.irr*iicK—Tlie culty of Jelforson
ll?,licRl Philadelphii Starling ftledi
iiliepei' lumhu* Olno Peunsvlvaliij Hos
»,* Pti.la !oa l1.' Il'il W"»'
n it A A
covcr £J
Kff A
I N S U A N E O A N Y
BABTfOED, COX*.
proeK»os
4'
rtitis as re isoiiu'de as 'how ot i»i-y ni-I,%blo Co.
0FFVER8 :•*-C. H.
PKIUIV. sid ut.
J. W. KANKIN, V ce Prns.
E. II. HARKHOX, Treasurer.
W. F. I RNRII. Swretary.
Tho nnderslgne.l
!:ah
n
th!s Company, tor Cedar Count^,aiid is pre
pared to issue
PoltcUt
on favorable terms.
5tf W*lw iSrioBR, Agfut
Exchange Office!!
SIGHT
DHAFIS -n New Y- rk can bo had
of tne Suhscrit.er sum* to s*it purchasers
Certiicates of Deposit, and Draftgon the
tasleru Cities cashed.
American Gold furnished at a small premium.
Office over Swetlaiui in! Sniff 's Store
WM.H. TUTHILL
Itpton, J:»n!iary 1, ISM
teniJet to prompt!}'
:it« ,V« kftit cou. wutly on haud. Kexidt-u se at i Hrst-bom.
ilr.auirrs Xorth-wi-« oi «.je Steaia Mill.
«J7 tf
A K E Y
I
I
S A V I N S A O O N
Under Swetland's store, Tipton, Iowa.
Mitir Dreminif and liuir oloriaf,
,.i to
a
ii» Ton
BAZOH3 H01VB33'
Jl you waul 1 pl''tw»it shavj
G,K.d as a b».o.! Ver *ave,
(Ml on me at n.y salo-u,
At morn or ui^ht. or loraure noon:
At any tiroe wh''.'i y-u *U.y,
Ssve oil the holy S .boa'ti day.
CeaisTlAN .HlTx:ULIII,
•4,1/ b%kt of UMlUMT.
xxr
From Chamber's Edinborg Jouuui.
Tke Pad, Fnwnl, aid Vatas,
hj
day!
I can feel mr heart
grow
colder
AH its pleasures pais away
At the tell-tale glass I linger,
As with faded eye I uaoe
Solemn tokens whieh Time's finger
Has engraved on my face.
Itat one moment
can restore me
To my boyhood and my pMntMi
.And sweet memories eome o'cf EM
Of that brief snd blessed tune
Then I hear a father'* Mewing,
And 1 feel a mother's kits
And again I am earetning
One who's shared with use mj biles.
TVh* shall say the past mnut perish
'.Veath the Futnr*'* coming waves?
What the KOQ! delights to cherish,
From Oblivion's depth it savaa!
Looking backward, oa I'm ghdlag,
Till I reach the final ihore,
Wjen» the 1'itni at it ainuiag.
And Mb''re Iru!-.— ?!v. i-ome no more.
A i° Real Life.
The editor c»f the Ciiicago
Timet,
ha*-
ing be*n on the north side of that city to
seo a friend, was recently prevented trom
reaching Ins office, iu consequence of a
steam-tug having passed up the river
with a small fleet of vessels in tow, oue
of which ha i been cast ofF and hauled in
just west of the bridge, leaving tke 'draw'
still open. While waiting, he witnessed
the following scene:
'The vessel we have mentioned had
been moored ©r made last outside of sev
eral canal boats and as we stood looking ^'em
at the men upon her, one of them ap- 'danger, and then,putting her arm around
tise neck of tne pg»or, friendless, wdiiner
mg stranger, sail You lire my own
ipon her, one oi mem ap
female who had been crouch-
proached a
ed upon deck, and addressing her, point
ed to the shore, thi u to the bridge, and
then down towards the turonged and busy
etreets of living, moving, headlong Chi
cago. Si:e rose, picked up a smsll b«n
dl •, from which she drew forth a ooin,
which she tendered to the hardy sailor
He refused it, whatever it was, and lend
ing her hand, helped her from the vessel
to the dock up to tho bridge. By this
lima a large cro.\J ot persona thronged
the nortti end of wnere tho bridge would
be, if it was always a bridge and in con
teniplal ng the uew faces and the repre
senta'.ivcs of the various
ioe hope ot a ccsiiuon of tugs
nd sch iieis ani
going u ant cown,
bngga •1
,uJ
out« Dy
,u
'.
10
impart, related her history, uuinterruptsd
by a a.ngle obs«ivation* liom her com
panion, but often accompauied by the
tears of both.
v^e
TIPTON, CEDAR Co. IOWA—SATDRDAY, FEB. 16. 1856.
aweet smiles and htT happy dispoiitien
until memory weuld lead him to the hour
when he bid her to depart, and not let
him see her face again. Hit decline was
iapid, and this lone child taw tlio first
flowers which th« warmtli of spring had
called from the soil of her mother's grave
disturbed, uprootted and thrown aside,
that his ashes might mingl« with those of
lite mother of his children.
At his death he charged hsr to pay off
as far as she might be able, the debts
incurred to procure the necessaries of life.
the bridge she could find one of those pla
es where situations wcro given to wor
thy applicants.
Such waa her story. She had men
tioned no name except thai of father, mo
ther, and the endearing appellations of
brother Gtorge, Willie, &c. Both of the
women were crying bitterly. The fush
lonabie dressed lady turned her fa^e to
wards the river, that her tears at such a
crowded and unusual place might not be
observed. She requested us to take her
two boys—(ieorge j.id Willie, she called
l]ie
t0
Otcupatiotis in the Linted St.tles. Th*s
wo Kjoic as a nation in Having two thou-1
sand persons who pronounce themselves
artiits, though there are probably not a
sweet voice ol woman,
resist, inquired if she stood in need, or and certaiuly not one who appears likely
waa she ill, or was her sorrow such that t„ dethrone Raphael. Of authors we
she could not be relieved?
the railing near us was vacant, and to
wards that, and almost at our
two women camti to convei
Strang or was a fair, handsome girl of jied every new mrv.nh gives birth to a new
|lwo»
lhat but e
about seventeen years, neatly, but coarse- literary star, ond one niore brilliant than i|
ly dressed, with snoes not only well any ever went before. To pass to th«i| ,ucil
worn, but heavy and unsmted much bank ofb^r. and Irokers is a natural
for her sex as for the season. The poor transition and of the former we are fa-
girl, in honest simplicity, and witn an i vored with iourteen hundred ol the lat- i p|aled
earnestness which desjiair alone could ter with six thousand, exemplifying the' Wheth
*t length, but wo will give it, changing as make-weight against this E
old adagos that 'it never rains hut it
pours, and that 'blessings never come
have not space for it thousand honest stout hearted biacifsmiths
It brieflv. bankers. Moreover there aru six tkou- l'orce to the Persian Gulf.
SIIH had no brother or sister now she re-: "«UN,LF» #0 essentially 'shaved
ion, 1 am now prepari to ly customer
Willi lri*sh bread, and all article* in ray lino of
bu!inc«». Cakes and lomtrv of every kin lfur- i ... »i i .1 1
nished to fainiiied, or for paiti^*, on short DO- uiont in Wisconsin. He» brothers, somu mind. Only twenty thousand people
tiee. flawa* engaged the Fervor of oiu of th,. older and some younger than herself,, have been willing to set themselves down
SuJacicni to w'w
dro.
Pei:i
and
dl^'
S'liik iiunnou auti tire si uiothftr Kiguiuj for the* tiwbi&co ol hor public upiUiOtx cunti'ollrd Eiitl ma uu i nctur-1 From taie noiihwcsi fronlivf th?rw is uo
These soon led to ungor and ed tbruii^h the press. We have eleven
au,J
a happier clime. None were now lelt
but the father and this poor girl. He too
was humbled and stricken by the slow
but certaiu disease which lighis up the
cheek, and fires the eye with the brill
iancy of health, even when its victim is
on the confines oi eternr.y. He would
til and teil to his surviving child the acts
of winning love and sacrificing devotion
which had uiade his Lizzie the vgry ob
ject of hts life. Ua would tflk of b«f
criminations at home, and dissipation by thousand hatters ten thousand tobaccon- oi an intended expedition lrom I'eshavvur
the father abioud. Losses came upouthein tsts and thirty-one thousand weavers, a uin*t A \Iomund chiel.by uauie Haadat
and at la»t, {rs the ring the lew worldly Against t'nrty iliousand teacaeis \ye can Khan. In what articular way tins iwli-
3Jori'" 8«rva.us, tt.ough most of those others
tho mother, caning ag ny upon her some capacity or other, from the
long exiled daughter, joined the boys boot black w:io polishes our shoes to the
L*dg*r.
,',e,n
classes there i daughter, uukiudiy banished fro n her
mother's side, and driven out into 'he
world without a father's blessing? What
must havo been her griel when her let-
b, cljl
tnost audible sob lrom one near us. It was wi*l» ol her tin .en, were unnn.ietU,
not the sob of childhood, caused by some uimnsA-ered? She must lrivo felt in-
-,,-ii.r. fron i'avetv to crief- it 1 that the hearts of that fatner and
was the seb ot soiui maturor breast, fill- mother, her siater and brothers, rauat i
ed with the sense of loneliness at do- i ha*c been hardened against her. We
It reached other ears than ours
spair.
A lady, dressed in a manner winch
bespoke a wealth tiiat could grauly taste
and elegance, and who, like ourselves
was detained at tiiat place, stood near,
accompanied by three children, whose
desire to get at the exuemo edge of tho
platform she with diilicuJty repressed.—
Willi a woman's tendernts., her heart
recognised ttjo st.iled ebullition ol sor
row, and approac'-iag the person from
whom it come, who was uoue other than
the woman wo had just seen land from
tho vessel, she quietly, and in that soft,
which none can
fror"
sister 1 am Lixz.e!'
These two beings, children of the same
par,nts,how different have been their
paths, and how deep their sufferings! We
have seen them together in 'LizzieY car
riage driving along Lake street. They
ure doubtless as happy as their bereave
ments, relieved only by the conscious
ness of duty faithlul'ty performed, can
permit. But while, tho sufferings of that
father and mother may Le faintly known
from the story of the daughter, what must
have been the menu! agony of that other
ters, written from a prosperous city, frorii
the house ot her wealthy and k nd
i. iiinrr and out hvheaimiT a oand, tei.ing them ol her success, i»nd ol i
0I,e
iieil
were un
nn*.«ed
1
win say no more. That scene will live
in our memory while we can remember
What we all do!
An amusing and even instructive hour jjavo
may be spent if one will bu search out
ironi the coniused liguies of tne
D(JSI Mat)t
viv
i i i i e i i e e a n s o e i e i o y e
A portion ol have according to the census only eighty-
'^yt*oare willing t^
tr side, these unless to'genms hi a garret, though if
eise. The pubhskers adverti.er.ients are to be cred-
She said lhat she was born in Boston sand brokers and thus re\eiige the com-1 d-oabt. are premature, but I have good oil on toe troubled waters, and we now
Mjtrti
ziroTsexKra.
The forty thousand physicians supports
fire hundred undertakers, which gives
the important sutistieal fact, in a brief
3
including, w« suppose, all the cross wives,
ciusty bachelors, and verjuse old maids,
thirty thousand wheelwrights and thirty
three showmen. We have lour thou
sand cutlers twenty-three thousand sad
dittrs and five thousand railroad men.
have ono hundred and fifty-four op­
The land, which, for want el culture, had ticiatu and tea o.culists, hut nearly tour
not increased in value, was solu, and left! thousand conlecttoners, providing that
her but a few dollars. There she expeu- we
ded in rearing some boards to mark the i for
sp»t where she had buried, one af-jther«aro five thousand brewers and
ter another, her beloved kindred. She wine dealers, but the census, strange to
had heard of Chicago. She had heard agy, is «i ent as to the number who
that in this city there were offices where drink beer and -quaff tho rosy.' In all,
strangers wishing employment could find we have about five millions and a half,
work. She Lad on foot travelled many above the age o! fifteen yuars, who are
miles, until she rrached Milwaukie, and busily employed at same trade, profes
thence, by the kindness of a poor sailor, §ian, or occupation, by which to earn
who had seen her day after day ou the i livelihood It is plain we are not a na
dock, watching the steamers depart, had tton of sluggards. We nearly all do
inquired and ascertained that she wished something. Nay, to bo an idle drone,
tocme intiier, tut not the money, is happily no reccomendntion in A mer
lin brought her to Chicago oti his own i ion, as it is in the aristocratic and moa
vessel, and had told her tl at by crossing archial countries of Etnope.
Important from India and Periia.
Hon
ibk Cruelties of th* Persia*t at He-
rat. Dost ALthameJ Preparing for
It'ar. Iht Suntal Rebellion in British
India.
Ihral.
wefahh, to pnduce wnich, she was tortur-
v
1
... v.. i a i i
business. We havo ftlte*» hundred were recently murdered by the 1 erstan
wagon makers three thousand watch- troops. She !ia«t gr^fat influence its Herat
Confirmation of the Fall of
[Uorreayoadeneo of the LeadoaYiinc*.
Since the fall of Herat into the han li
of tlio P«rs ans and thoir nominee and
crtature, Pnnco Yusuf, of winch I gav«
you iny last such dvtails as had then
reached us, intelligence lrorn over tho
oorder faas dr:bbled in but scantily, and
for tkt most part iryn sources that ren
der it less easily verified than usual. It
bears upon it, however, no stamp ^f im
probability, either in regard to the appre
hensions of Dott Mahomed, tho ferocity
uf the victorious party at Herat in its hour
of triumph, or the subsequent quarrels of
its leaders among themselves. You may
re odect it being s ated that upon tho oc
cupation of the ty by the Persian troops,
the life of tho deposed .tot Mahomed
Sadik Khan was spared, and that he and
his principal adherents wore treated with
I respect and consideration- Indeed, for
I an Oriental revolution, »t appeared to be
la singulurly bloodless one. This state
of thing* wo are n wtold. did not long
i continue Mahomed Sa lik was put to
hu's- together with the sole exception ol
woman, spared for the sake of her
appr9f an( reC0
ed mosi
ndite
aPP
mel.h^
0 Raa rTCOnuur
had tal..:ti place between Prince Yusuf jie,lCe
A lmWer
rel%ort l»eQtl01i3
tke holy love of lather, mother, and kin- murtnlly wounded. rible than such catastrophes generally are.
.j.-j At Cabul and Candahar, the
laj as
Baruckzye bl0lh er
cei,sus
the number of persons lollowing various
,med wiote urgently to ins sur-
jng irwihersof that place, entreating
t[,ein l0 0IU him iu 9inUing Un fam,,°
dl te Ja,ld !n forning a
1
.... position to their common eneiny. The
score who will live ,n men s memories i
Candahar chief#
erat it not
a
lt,a8.)n
Mrs Van llouton would renpevully inform the the pride which drove away Lizzie had lorty thouaaud doctors to 'kill or cure,' and way to Mecca, and it is probable 'hat stilute all the committees,so that the free WASHINGTON Feb 8 ISSfi
frwnd.and the puMi- jce^nd^t^at brought silent regrets, and alter a while fifteen hundred e htors to koep this mot-1 the tomb of the Prophet, and aot Bombay i Noith can be lairly represented.
r,£Vr,S uliSuyi a.M n«lu»hlv c.«.pUimng. ky4 ley order by, I,
e pute„t po»-.r of i.. hi. t..l J.«i„.uSn.
AVINO entered the ai-ovo buaincse, in Tip-! g'"Kds the) possessed, they left the proud set oli fifty thousand tailors so that wo i vidua! has been making hims lt obnox
1 am now prepan to sup^y customer* city ol their birth, and settled five years eare nearly twice as much ior adorning eous wo are not told perhaps, because
ago upon bind purchased ol tne Govern- Jthe body tiiau we do tor decking out the tne offences of a border leader, possess- Cisco, the head of Joacpun, the celebrated i
p0VTerful ..p-
assented to their broth­
er's proposal, and proceeded to call to-
meer dia lhe gftinC) jt i# Mid thM
lhe who
,e
|orc if un!ted nnd
meinbered t..at she had a snue», the old- by the atter. jnected with the last pedition nave been patch its legitimate business. Col. Parker H. French in his lato:
est, whose name was Lizzie that sister., W o have two millions and a half oflUnder ollicial eonsideralion. With re-j *One of tne first duties of the House letter to Mr. Murcy says that the period
years ago, against her lather s will, had fanners seventy thousand mariners one 'gard to AUglian requests ior a sistaneo, I will be to send a Committee of its mem-' j,Man ivod when, in o' cdience to iastrac
inarried, and with her husband, having hundred thousand merchants sixty-four the appearance al Kurrachee of a young bt rs to Kansas to examine into the whole !l0rj }ie
been banished the father s sight,had gone thoussnd masons and neatly two hundred i chiol ol the Oandahar family may, it has ol the der d:ificulties. denual, and res'ieciiuily ask the recoe
oti, and had not been heard ot since no thousand carpenters. We have fourteen been suggested, be connected \wth sorao 'It will jive immense encouragement:^tion of his government.
doubt was dead. At the time uf her sis-' thousaud bakers to make our brea* 24 sucn piece of diplomacy. The peraon in i to the Free State cause. Marcy replied to-day as follows
I I N E Y lei fc marriage her parents were weslthy thousand law) ers to set us by the ears lest.on i*, however, ostensibly ou his «The uew speaker will fortunately con- i
1
news of any importance, save the rumor
Mention is made ot his having
book-seller who brightens the public in-! poranly dispossessed by us in
sus, follows the trade of a politician, consist of two regiments of infantry aui
dozen S ..dotns or Goinorrahs. The con- ISg a warm reception.
sus fails to record, likewise, the existence
of any patriots among us, though we From the Snndian. Due. S.
have I mg tiiought that patnouam was 4T*ocmMco**iTTaD
a
'makers- eeventy-eiirht viric^ar makers,! fact, she administered the affairs of the tint vuto* from ir«* fitates, and fuywff-eew*
are infinitely more for eating than I give up her hidden wealth. We do not
eye-sight. This reminds us that I apprehend immediate hostilities, unless
—Lav. Gaz.
,lfied I
Khan s at BaIk
apprehended, but rath«r
Jemonstrat, n in force as .hall de-
ler Pt
,r#ia
|rom uki aggreMire Ineas
th# #vent of uch bei contem
ier any application for aid has
Ueri forwarded by the Ameer t0
u
y,
i.. i i. .u i tish Allies, or whether the application, if I prevent Mr. Banks frcun takinir the cnair,
»,„ey Lucl.ly th.re are hundred
:.,,nu .".a.I i i .-a i° u ^ptia" has been,as was natural, some revival of i Carolina, had the good sense to walk The Herald ror-.'snomV,.!
its order just enough to us to slate ^Ugueotfl.esmtlu shape of brokers and
the rep rt8 tuuchlIlg the
I I I 1 1 t- I a k n i n o
•tate 2Pd was tailed the 'Nawab ot He
rat.' Her life was spared with the view
of extorting from her the treasure she was
known to have possesacJ but she was
prepared f^r this for on the tnurdef 01 her
two sons she collected all her jewels and
burut them, and allowed her slaws to
distribute the spoils among themselves.
She is no,v tortured with red hot irons to
ine persians advance beyond Herat.—
With Herat itselt Dost Mahomed and his
allies havo stnc ly nothing to do and we
doubt much whether the British lion will
streteii out IKH iv until a more satisfac
tory
casus bt!i
Phil Pu?.
estttblished.
WAR
Mahomed Hyder Cdian Willi oO,(Uu.
Hillsdale Accident.
The accident which oceurred on the
Michigan Southern Railroad, near Hills
dale, ou tho 0th instant, seoms to havt»
boon the result of criminal carelessness.
The enstt-ru train, consisting ol two first
class passenger cars and a baggage car,
le ". Toledo at 8 o'clook iu the evening,
tho tram coming west, should, by the
time table, have left Hillsd le at 12,07,
but did not leave till 1*2,27. According
tu the rules tho eastern train should have
been allowed the twenty minutes'differ
ence to reach the station at Jonesviile,
but the western tram did not wait, and
the
tbat
»U'Aarrel
and oue of his followers, iu the course ol, iui:uwdiatt ly after tho accident, and the
which the former was severely if |g said to have been cvgu more hor-
omipa-
tion of the frontier town of Herat by one
of the exiled royal race of th' Suddozyos
with the support of Persia, appears to
postponing his own views on Candahar,
collision. The cars took fire
Michael Wilduff, fireman, Albert Whit
man, bnggagi-muster, William Van Ai
kei tratkma*'m, were killed ms'.antly,
and Charles Foster, brakeman, was so
ieep tiie jealousies of the dreadfu!lV mtured that it was thought im
.. kel-nquisiiing, or
drt a,11ully
,uJure-fl
possible he could rueover. All the pas
sengers in the second-class cars ou the
eastern train were more or less scratched
or bruised, but none wcro seriously hurt.
The passengers on the other train also
saffered bruises a id contusious, Ono of
the locomotives was broken to fiagmonts,
and the other almost entirely destroyed.
A Democratic Edittr Re 1
vising.—
Thc editor of the
tU woul(1 am unt to 9Qm 70 oyer Uw q{ DaQk
meu witll s0 In Aq advanc u
1 hese, ne' Banks the chair.
to btflieve that the papers con- expect thct the llouie will proceed to dis-1
is a rev oiuti
It appears that this is not the first lime companions, were disp -e-.i 01 101
though tuere are enough, heaven knows, one of cavalry, for whom -aadut Kuan in or. fat ie.j *a ii Cisv-Uud U»:lro.d. iti ....
i n i n s i y a o n e o a v e o n e n e a i s o o u n a i a i s s a i o e e a I
his tort of Pundalia is said to be prepar- I
especially a professions preicsaion snd taoofs AT Hsaar.
n*keg Wse. I'La utoWigouee Iroot H«ral h«|iT
Milwaukee IVtscoZin,
m.OOO the leading Democratic p-per of W.scon-
JOICC5
Northern back-bo..e has finally tri
umphed, and this is
Bn lhe n
11tcly ,0 be l.vorably recoivt'tl, 1 aflcr be was But ,1,7. wu .m
I have at present no information. There much for decency, liov. Aiken, of bouiii,
dispatch of a i across the Hall
the first
ol
Henry Love, by tne sheiiffol San ran-
ing a s rong hold in the mountains, need robber, preserved ia spirits, and the hand ^j#l yt,c ja#t
no description to make thetu intelligible, uf "lhree lingered Jack, one ol his
that he has e. broiled himself with us.— Judge Ly«.»i«, lonjierly of the California jt,tru
been
lb-ii
The
i
tellect. Mobody, according to tho cen- torco to be employed on this occasion will went off under the hammer. jj0n
of the men, the last remains of whom ,0
l/itd at his
u w s 1 1 1
1
,r1''
u
»r rut rsaltas
TERMS, $1 50 in ADVANCE.
ble the wholeet Yar Mahomed's family,! Final Tot® for £pe&kor.
old and young, have beea put to death,! THO Aaalj».» of this vote, t. I w, will
except the mother of the two princes who ^rssting
vim
.L. ii ItA.viuj did not g»
MBPAEATIOHS roa Ml
TDIE or Mr*AT.
By a letter from Candahar, under dato
of 'Jfith Oct., we learn, says tneScindian, .Vohio:" N.irto-i. of iil V»l«ver. of 1. Y Par
that the son of the late Meer Mahomed ker. of S. Y. Peaic«, of Pa Pelton, of N. Y
likuhar Khan, and Meer Sheer Jehan Peu'.iugton ol: N Pony, of Me
Khan, the son ol Djst Mahomed, with
o
NO. 7.
'f {i .cVll
oa, Mr.
!ave
Tf cse v ts w..i arrt-^t att-ij
n
slovlt) Tots fru®
only
wH,|U(iJ
^/iCno* Nothia*sick,
uiu)-, —while Mr. AIKX» obtau.ODUgh-
lr««n the Know Nothing*
TM vara MK va. ou«Bt.
JUpuMtcaH.
Albright, of Ohio Ail ton, of Pa Bs't', •vf
Oilo Aatl our. of Ind. Henn«tt, of V Bt-o
•ou, of VI'.-, Uillmghurvt, ot Wis Di.i^hata, of
Ohio Bithup, of N lili*, of tUio Bf*d
shiw. y Pa Breaton, of ln.1 I? ifTli gton, of
H*iv-. Hurliu^ao'«- MA"» 'anipb»ll ot fa,
Campbell, of Cba»«. Hit*- Clark of
C-.xui f'Uweon.ot S.J f'olfax v' Cm
I.I», t,i Moaa, t'ovol*', of Pa, a( of Jf Hi
Cumback, of InU, D&tnr. 11, Ma«»*' iMvie, us
Maae, Diy, of Ohio L—n. of n DeWiU,
of Mam i):ck of Pa Dickson, ot M. Y Dodi,
N Y., Duifee, of H. I Flagler, of N Y.
(•alloway, of «^hii Oiddinji*. ol Gilbert,
ot whio Grauger.of N B, (irow,ot 1'* llatl,
ot Ma»* ilailan. of thio llolloway, lad
ii rum. nf N. Y. Howard, ot y. ch K.etwy, «.f
N. 1* K ng, of N. Y. Kti-ipp, of Sla»»: Kaight,
of I'a, li'iowiton. of Me Knox, of 111: Kuakie,
of Pa l.-'iWr, of PA of lu1
ot N V Me artv. uf N Y Meaoh-'n of Vi
Miller, of N Y M.raan, of NY Mwrtll, of
Vt: Molt, of Ohio Murry, ot N. Y Nichols,
#f
5,000 troops and 11 guns, were ready to. n.,^rta „f pt uobinson. of 1*., .su u. of Vt
start for Herat and were only waiting S*e, of N. Y itapp of Ohio Sherman, of Ohio
for Ameer Dost Mahomed, who wero .Siiuinont, of N. Y Spinier, of N. Y*. dtantoa,
expected by way of Ghuznec.and Ameer I xboi^Kum^of lVwa °\har-.1o1i,TH 1. lid*
Tho anine paper, of Dec. S, says:
The news troiu Candahar is of a very
warlike nature. Now tint Herat is tak
en by the Sud loojees, the inveterate en«
tnies of the Barukzyoo, Dost Mahomed
has addiessed his brothers of Candahar,
entreating them to forget all former disa
greements, and join together to prevent
the encroachments of the common enemy.
To tiiis Candahar chiefs have all agreed,
and are using every exertion to rai3e as
formidable a force us possible, to torin a
chain from Candahar to Bulkh, the high
way to Herat, wh«re Gholam Hyder
Khaa is at present witu 10,000 troops.—
When the lorce* ot Dost Mahomed and
the Caudhar chiefs unit*, it is calculated
they will muster about 70,000 men and
about £0 puns.
o(
"FaV Ho bins, of N
Tr„p^)n) Maf!*. Ty*u.oi p» Wml#,
of Ohio: Walbridge. cf Mich Waldron. of Mieh
WaohUurne, of Wis, Wa*btutue. of 111 Warh
burne of Mc W»t*n, of O.'iio Weich, ol Cjnn
Wood, of Woodruff, of Coa» WooAo rlk,
of ill.
Jfnew
NUklng.
Bile, oi Pennsylvania
raa vjru roa aa. aisas
Drmoerat*
Allen, ot Ind Barksdale, of W es Bell, of
Texas Bennett of Mise: II co?k. of Va Bowie,
of iltl Hoyoe, of 8. Branch, "If. C".
Bro iks, ot o. C. Buront. of ii) Ca i^allader,
of I'a Caruthsrs ot Mo C'«okie.ul Va C'ling
rnan, o' N. C. Cobb, of ii b, of Ala
C'rawiord, of tia Davidson ci' La i'envcr, of
f'al n..wd,-il.of Ala, EdnOad'Oii. td" Va Ell
ott. of Ky Fng'.!-h. of lod Evuns, of Texaa
Faulk ner, of Va F:orenc«, of Pn Fuller, of
G^sod*. Y»: (ire. nwood, of A'k II dl,
of lo*«: Harrtii of A!s: ll%rri«. of 111 H':r
bcrt. of .'a! Houston, oi Al.i wett. of
Joilt:«, of Tenu c' P* K".tt o! .S C.
Kelly, N Y K dwell, o! Va- l.v.ie'tor. of
Lumpkin of Ga Marshall, ol III: .\wcll. o*
Kla McM ilii-n, ot Va Jn-Q ici'ii, of S. C»
Miller, of Ind Millsou of Va Oliver, of Mo
"rr, of S. Peck, of Mich Phelps, of Mo
Powell. u( Mo ittmaii, of Xl.g.: ltufllan, of
N O llu«t. of Ark 3aodkltre. of Lm .^avu^e,
T«un chorier, o! Ala 8miUi, of Te.-p
.Smith, of V» tuephfin, ot O'-o 8t^w*rt, or
Md Talbot., of Ky Vail, oi N VVar.icr, of
(i* W i knm, of Tciin: Wells, of Vfi* Wh««r.
of N. Y- WiUiatn*. of N. Y Wiueluw, ot N
Wright of Mix Wright, of Tea.i,
Jk'aoic Xuthingi,
Careplj'*!, of Ky Osr'isle, of Va Cot of
Ky: Kthr.dgn, of I'etiii ^ueiis,of AU Foster,
ot GA: Ha ,-i«. ot Mil Hoffman,of 1. K*nnett.
of M». Lake, of Miss I.indley, of •. Marshall,
A. K. of Ry, yar«hall, Ii. ot Ky Paine, of N.
(j.: Porter, of Mo l'uryear, ot L'. lt *ade,
Roaily, of Tmn liic.^ud, of Md Rivers, of
lnn- Smith or Al. Saet-d, of Teoo Swop*,
of Ky Tripp«,of Ga I'ad Twood,of Ky Wal
kur, oi Ala
7.
dlieoflfer, ui Ten
TUK VoTK Km* ME. ri Ll^M.
Know Nothing*.
Brown, of P«: CUrk, of N. Y Call n. of
Del Davis, of Md Mil!ward, of I'a Whitaey,
of N. Y.
THE VOTE ruB MR. CAMrBaLL.
Republicans.
Dua, of Ind Moore, of Ohio.
fair and
square victory ever achieved ovor the sec
tional politicaus of thi South. The
mortification
the Negro Barons over
their deleut was so:! that a border ruffian
member of Congress from Kentukv, by
of A. K. Marshall, ••leaned to
Know Nothing*.
Harrison, of Ohl) Soott, of inRinc
TDK VOTK rOH MK WXI.La.
Drmjcr&t,
Hickman, John, of Pa.
aiUKNTKES.
Dfn,rrats.
Barclay, of 1'a Bayly, of Va Cratgo, of M.
6'. Miller, of Mo Kiciiardaoo,Of IM Seward,
of Ga Taylor,
of
La
Rrpubl.cdts
Childs, of N. Y- KdwanJs, of S. Y Kmrie,
ot Ohio llortoa, of Ouio Hugbston, ot N Y..
lUven, ot X. Y. Packer, of Pa: W^keniaa. u»
N Y
Know NstMmg
Valk, of N. Y.
KOt VoT.StO
A ken, H. C. idem
Bmks, of Mum 'rep.)
faUer, ot Pa. ikaow aotMag
NEW
1
and^ accompany Mr. frtfm Washington, that Mr. Dal.as lias
Ihis was pouring roccivd Ins instructions. Our interpre-
ul0n 0t
i#
s
Trtb,
A can Sou nr rna Sa.au V At
the recent su e ol the effects ol Capt
Yoaa, Feb. 7.
Parker II. French again Rejected.—
,-jndent telegraphs
^r.cs^nuei.t alt
the avion and Jiu'wer ti^aiv
be insisted upon at all hazards,
mus
n in the policy of our gov- credence, and laid them before the Pit
erumunt which has heieioiora been dt-
n
formally present his crc-
DEPARTMENT OP
Stan
Tlii S| —I have rectived your letter uf
idt-nt. 1 am directed by hnu to loply
rectad to suppress the natural power ol tu your request, to be received as mmia
the free States.*—Chi.
ter plenipotentiary to thi# gveri»tneut
». i fro,a the Republic of Nicaragua, tiiat ho
hHg Ukeu
,he 8ubjtcl
raie
inl0 d|tlbe
cousideraiion, but bas not ,een «uth-
CMfUl
^a40IJ
l(
l|0tj ma
•.ed ot lor 5^0 to
,r chaogmg the determina-
known to votl in my letter *i
a #J ){iU
^t ,,tt*9,lv't.
4
ui |raw |,c j)f,
.• leora that a brakemau.' |iay received ti.eir wamuts at the Tttft*
#||r_
K
yjAacTi
t}ji# w#uil|g
tem-! Supu aie Court. Capt.^ov' boUl Gorerdment b.aj instructed Gen. A Imont-
tt 4j
ta5
Deigrtment for the monev
1
ie tr.ua wheu U »iopiH.4 ou-
w
n v
i
j,'a| Mexican
tl.e three mil-
^. .Uid |ial
bome
r.
i
narllrs have to-
11"
.. v 1
Uus ot iho ISeW luin jwLeo I.UM.cU
Churchill,
B»arld Boston, the late severe weath-1 in the sum ol it consisted scr«eic
er cracked open to the core many of the ing from justice ono Jan.oa Monro, who
linden trees. The apartureft were Wide had forfeited batl, run cT, ami se-juent*
(jtifiifH «f th« btml, ly
as bees arrested lor biiltry

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