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flight of bats the other evening?' Niv
er lU.eue
bats were they 'Brick-bats, ye spal
peen
wl*l,
the Indies, are so fond of officers 'How ,,,)
stupid,* replied Miss t\, 'is it not per-
VUffVH:, iTAlOO v i
should l.k»' a good offer, hir V
f»y'Mrs. Jenkins,' said k little red
thus: To try to
ters to vote for
they would not, to give them crink till
bey could not vote at uli.
ft3-VVe have ever found that black
smiths are, mote or less, pven to vice.—
borers, and often annoy oye with tiieir eki
saw®.
tM&~A scuffle between some Irish la
borers once took place on a narrow bridge,
and a battle royal ensuing, one of tiie
t. his opponent—'Oh, ye spalpeen, come
and hit me now if you dare.'
running from inoni'ii" till nigiit, and I
wa, wondering l.owit would tun wiUiout
Live up t„ your ™pur,-mont
8atlon-
Wr.
V
foct'.y natural and proper that a lady
t|.at
soft snap in this pan. and please not let,8'!*'
Your character cannot be essentially1
h,n
1 1 i
Never speak iiehtiv of religion. —Ex.
Make no haste to be rich il you would
prosper.
Never borrow if you can possibly avoid
It.
—1 1-1
when you are old.
Never think that which you do for re
ligion tune or money iim^peiit.
Always go to meeting uhea you can
$3ii!?SJ3LMb.
fOP" Why stould young men not get Souring rood f«r altle M®**| furm*hed the Sacrimeiito Herald with an
th'rs?y a dance Because they are di« Ti t' rau-e is rather renite upon which account of a queer race of people, liviug
reetly mm4 pw*p# /~dl«tr tte guillo- the principle is Used. It if asserted upon the Great Basin. He is said to be Uw
tine| |grootl authority that rvt, barley, or In- only wln'e man who has viited them
•3P" •Jemmy, my t*v, did vou fv tiie "ian mil, nrf into a iiuwh Kid »AW«. toll wqr U«wa «br M«
fcttd.tf,st?10' ™}wu!lX:lr:ithr.l,,f
or a
,ts
°P
w
re ted to define canvassing, which he did A. t.. ,.t.. n .„
o e e v o
s a e a
anr
,1 RI
ashamed her cast off skirts, and when
she came back lie was knitting or trying
to knit a stocking. She took the hint and
the turkish arrangement was laid aside
immediately.
"Ma, hasyowr toogwrg®t kgtf*
"Got what, child
••Got legs, ma
"Certainly not but why do you ask.
\\**t foolish question V
•Wliv. V \x\ say your tofigm- was
till night, and I
h«*ther the actxir, malic, or other ac«! tie resistance when attacked,
r" !"f, tl'Hi T- and if»se'cretion or stimulation, is simple conjee-1 to the north west of thein. are in the habit
nl'rm-p thJin clfink till |®uro- Wth the human subject, pickets pi sweefMng down upon them every two
tare a favor condiment, with rich and or three years, and driving oH their stock.
(highly consentrated loo«l, and many del- At such tunes they gather up all that is
icaic stomachs can endure the use of moveable iVoin tiieir lartus, and fly fbrj
large quantities of these most indigestible reluge to tiieir mountain stronghold.-«»
Carpenters, for the most part, speak plain-
ly, but they will chisel when they get a |periencing any deleterious effects. It is on the top of tiie rocks and houses, watcA-j
chance. Not unfreq»ently, they are generally held, that those persons who! ing their movements. One of their vfl«
consume much acid food and-fise vinegar lages. at which C«pt. Walker slaved for
and pickles freely, are apt to le *hin and several days, is ovu (MH' yards long.—'
spare, contrary to the doctrine of souring i he hous»'« are mostly built of stone and
food. W°e once new a young lady so fleshy mortar some of adobe. They are very'
and full of "blood ai.d blue vaitis," that snug aud comfortable, and mauy of them
Hibernians was very tui/e/y knocked over h«T skin was almost to the tension ol are two, and even three stories hign.
the bridge. While lie was floundering bursting, who rednced herselt to very re-l The inhabitants are considerably a4»
about 'a the water, lie loudly exclaimed *p««etahle wasp-like dimensions, merely vanced some ofethe arts.and manuiac*
Farmers of Aberdeen, Scotland,
one
»3~ A clergyman in Connecticut was work it well into the mans, and close it up
reading to his congregation the beautiful b»r use. The butter cured with thia »uL*.-.
and poetical pshuns of David, wherein ture appears of a rich and morrowy con
he says—*'Merey and truth are met t«- siatence and fine color, and never acquires
gt'tner. Peace and righteousness have a bril'.I-• iiardness
how did the minister know it.** is used. If it is sooner opened the salts be prohibited by law, because—
are not suffh ierdv blended with it, and' 1 Tv—t
Maiims to (iuhle a IOUUR Maa. sometimes the conlnes.--of tie nitre will i the uie
CUM
y»t,u,,olyuur„,md Crrrjmt.s S,„w.-A -M ll„
Kt.p ^.J umim,.! II.'U,- U- l--r.wv.-d. faally arS af- dest n.v mea of thi- mtM
Nwr be lic-. It v.wr I,and.
U mcWIy cmployed, ..Knd to Ue cuk,-, 3.
Al»ay» ^»-ak tl* (mill. fir-, ... Jum- I plant,-J f,„ l. lh ™.
Make lew promises. cumbers in an old straw pile the half rot-
sl
Hnvp no vcrv intumatt* IrifiKls, Iiimt i Hutr lnu-n ii»ri-uirrK
Keep your own secrets,
any.
VVhep you speak to & person, look him moist, and prevented the weeds fru.ru
iwnranb rn^u.-c,,,^
in the face. Ici'mving, consequentlv they needed no
Good ci,inpany .nd gnod conversion l.u.11.,, vi,U jr,« „,m»u»lly &'They prwentnUtcBoralionofchK.
are the very sinews ol virtue. .last, aiul have )*vouieexceedingly large,
Good character is above all things else. and their fruitfulness is almost beyond
Never listen lw loose or infidel conver- credulity. One vine alone bore af one. ,5ut.o2.
time 110 cucumbers,
*lf any one .peak, evil ot yuu, ««,r »•)«.,
life tw to rirtuou. that MM will bei„-v, ,^-tly ,nan,r,,l and bavii,,? ,1,
-, \MMT
I
of
ence ot Otwl.
Drink no intoxicating liquor
Ever live, misfortune excepted, within iin the interstices, or sfwice between the
your income. jpuiiijikius, till the receptacle is full, or till' Thev bu
When you retire to bed. think over'you have iaid by as large a quantity
what you nave done during the day. your inclinations or necessities require, Because od
SWEET
PoTAaot*. -1
Silial! and steady trains gire eompe-I sweet potato® early, they inade a fine arv 't
tency with tranquility ol mind, pearance in the fore part of the seaaon,]
Never plav at any kind of game. and seemed lo root well but iatteriy 11 'An^'tCv
Avoid temptation through lear dial you think they liave jyrown to much to lop ,novtMj the burden re
ma V not withstand it. Isom.-ol the vinos are fifteen feet loug,:
Earn your money before you spend it. and they huve taken root at almost every i
Never run ui del*, unless you see a ijoint. Now 1 would like to know whatj
way to get out ag^ain- should
be
!s
till left to grow undisturbed.
'Tnis, han been, witii u*, a remarkably!
fruitful year and vegetables ol all kindul
Be just before you are generous.
^veep yourself innocent, if you would have grown well although it was very 1 in
Uhuiw. Jdry iu the fore |»rt of t'nf seas n. I
ty-A\c when you are young, to spend A. Moai-ojf.
Read over the above maxims at least' Socra esv,: n. farmer, and yet w
once a week, Saturday night.—Gazette ded to hi- exiling the glory of his wun«:
an4 Covrisr. Ital philosophy.
n n«. —Adam was a farmer wltiie'
yet in 1'aiadise, aiul after his fall w.i
commanded to earn his bread by ti
Read some portion of the bible every jtweat of his brow,
day. Job, the honest upright, and patiei.:
Often think ofdeatb, and your aoeotmt- was a farmer, and hi# stern enduniii
aViiity to God. has p'iss-.i into a pr .vi-rb.
larame lahakitmti mt the Great
Basin.
....... ..... ... il l, perph x.uos. and that was,
allowed to ferment and pass into the same: era. and midway ui the wilderness tn-
hal'i.:?£W,.£I!!rr
othtsr dry veritable food, exhibit* the is
the
most marked fattening effects*. A very1 From the midst ol the p«un rises ab-
eonsistan: and observing friend of otirs|niptly ou all sides a bunc^.ot
JSQ^'Pray, Miss C.,' said a gentle- remarked the other dav, that lie could elevation, the top of which is as flat us il
man the other evening, 'why is it that
wiih
AN SI,'Urpd.
1-arley meal alone, properly ferment-1 some great power had sliced ofl the suin-
make I,OLt* as fat" in six'mit. Away up here Hie Moipiis have
ks, as they eould. or ought to be. and built three luige v iilages, where they rest
secure from the attacks
riio live north ami east
It is a familiar fact to all feeders ofi of them. The sides of this table motin-
Wt't'KS, as I If* V «UUHJ« IM UllUIll «»ll« IH4I1I lllll*. laim »I
preferred such process to cooking at nigtit, perlectly
„y other uietliod. of fierce tribes, wi
your turkey roost on our lence.' jyf the stomach, is not very apparent. It •assiduity.
jis known by the experiments of Dr. Here they ratse all kinds of grain, ra el
Ad^Saxe certainly prophesied of^ the '!]i«ntiinuiit, that milk and all substances' ons and rentable*. Taey have also a
womiii s right s comention at Cleveland |*n{ii.bl** of C'jag'ulatioii are almost instant- number ol orchards, filled with many
wiien Ik* wiote ol the time ]|y changed «»n mixing with the gastric kinds ol Iruit trees. Tiie peaclies they
'•When m»trons. seized with or*t«wk pangs.
uj,.e ami
Give birth to nia*caUne harangue*.
And spinners, treinhli e for the nation's fate,' ^ant inimediatefy
Neglect tiieir stocking to preseve the state.'' shows that fact.
B^TAn Irish witness having said he Nu.v,wiutini
t-t ,, n i .. i relieves the action of the dige^ive process, hospial to stiaiigeis,
had been all ay cam ssing,
the rejection of nulk by the in-i raise are jm-uculariy tine. Tiiey have
unnutritive substamtc, without ex-' When a stranger approui.tes, they appt«r|
by the free use of vinegar. Jture excellent wollen clothing, blanlEHa,
Of the good flfects ol the touring pro- leather, basket work aud pottery.
ii rr cess, when used for fattening animals, Unlike most u the Indian tribes in thi*
A man has cured his wife of an
1.4
hi 11 .11 we nave tue most abuudent proo.s in our• country, the women work wai.in doors,
attacK 01 Klooiiierism. He watched
.- .,
own .experience, and although the tnotius the men performing all tne lunnand out-t
her 'fixing up, and said nothing. His .• 1 1 1 i 1 i
./ 11 1 1 'operandi is not so clear to our iH*rcep-' uoor labor.
wife went out 111 full'rig, whereupon he 1 .1 1. 1 ., __'
o.,.i ...u—. "ons, it is, we opine, sufficient le„ us to As a race they are lighter mcolor tiUUlf
know that such is the fact, at least fiom'the Digger Indians of California indeed
its assertion by good authority, to induce tiie women are toieibly lair, in conse*
our readers to try its effects and its econ- quence of nH being w much exposed to
i y u a N V Y o k
Pre^rriuK Batter.
are
said to practice the loluwing method for'i1'1?
owneeof suirar. and one ounce!tw0
nJ|I|OU
legs—that s all, ma. jt^s f0T
ont.
IHH
tastes salty. Dr.
kei^^l each other." At this passage a Anderson says: 'I have eaten butter cur
little giil in the assembly manifested a ed with tiie above composition tliat has Thirt) Reasons for Prohibition,
great interest ami whispered to her moth-
!been
er—"That's just as true as vou live. I sweet as at tir«t.' It must be noted, hmv- rv. 1 Tn
seen Righteousness llill a kissing Peace ^ever, that the butter thus cured requires
Peabody, leliiiid the smoke-house—but to stand three weeks or a month before it ia,tf
tls
e s o a o e e i k e N a v a o s w o w e i n e o u n a i n s
Use sun. The Monti s farm in t/.e plain
by day, and retire to their Villages on the
fountain at mg .t. Tney irrigate their
^nds by means of the wnall streams ru».
oul
curing tiieir butter, which giv« 3 it a great) Sometimes, when it tails to Siio\v o.i tiie
superior:*}' over that of their neighbors: the mountains 11^ winter, their crops are
of the side of the mountain.-—
lake two quaits of the best common l*d. Fortius reason they aiways keep Cedar Count) Legislature.
or
three vear's provisions laid up lor
Ultpetref tak^ one ounTe of! fear of i amine. Altogett:er, they are a
po,,,^
Gf
butter,
mt st
extraordinary people, far advanced
of anv other aborigines vet di»co\ered
on
the continent, lftey hare never had
any intercourse with the whites, and Of
course their civilization originates with
themselves."' i
kept for three years, and it was as The sale of intoxicating drinks as a
8
Vil
au
,liloent
on
,a,v ,W cround al.-u, ow- 5.
,rv„„ ft r? 1°?^ Tlnes»of ""'11'"'" 01'iWli™.
,1 you I-~i
[.iravv 10 the prourij and anu-d tl„-
a lar« pn.por-)
You had better lie poisoned in yom tion of them were small. I in them i* lost Ponded
blooi than in your principles.
,,
CMPJUNS.—The
injured except by your own acts. oil ol preserving pumpKins, during the
1.1
most effectual meth*1
tt
1
^r' on «IOK
lawyer ol Philadelphia,ahotiid
T1
,fy
la31
,^ »„d
11
racouragt eve
UIimMoljlv.
T!l,.y bir
,nj /eligion
8
„,e
Tlwy deMr
'v
6 Tl
„.v
I in tl«- ™rth. Thf straw kppT t!«- enumi Wm!
rt
,du,v
7 Tfit:V
acter
Tirtu()u
«»uae many thousands of mur.
lbortlve^
TKw'r,. iK^r.«
L.n ,v
I i V
J**
«»»'.,„,II,OI^OL'^R,.
a stratum of dry straw on a clone floor,
placo them thereon—not so near as to
tiun oach other, and cover tiiem car« ful
ly with straw, taking especial care to fill It0 'l"'"*!*
lo. Fiiey cost sober people nnmen.^f
u
the temptation removed.
planted my
U:ikords want the
rt
.,llov,H^
9
»,.a
done with such vines, or if they
1
opportunity
e nUl8ance,
1 n wou mvc
j°.vv
a_U|in^'
w 851 e
A MicfciK**
The Toledo Biade tells a story of
Captain Walkoi, tin* mountaineer, has hnfan, w1h presided over
y«arsago as the
what was known some
One Horse Courts.'
1751"^ J.!l «antial justiee. On one occusum
"The Judge had one expression under
whi he cloaked til his ignorance and
that l.e must from Uieir
UrM1MV
,,on5^on,b^'t,x'0Ty
lifter Melting, *lso, large flojks of sheep and goats, but very tiew. Gentlemen. I tl.ii.k this man
I few beasts of burthen or cattle. They to be convicted. He is a —d rascal,
the smvring of the food1 are a haiMiles* inotfVn?»ve race, kind and any how—he stole my wood all 'a^^a*
and make very lit- ter, any how—and I tnidk you had Detter
Tde accord imr the principles of sub-! Our 9t
il(T,mjinijto
to the pri....,
eountry of the M.piis. nTetTO^Indergoini: °hU trial for petit Xffiks.
The "war- bring him in puhy any liow."
j^^Bcware of
rown,
Esq..
a
Tin-offender was an eld
|HM]y Vnlievetl him puiltv. but
the evidence Vamc ap lauientaUy defi
cient. After the arguments were closed,
the Judge aros«- to charge the jury Ht
wined very pompously around n and had jrece.ie.irom the yroPneior«.
determined to have the le*low touvicted,
but he could not foatify his charge bv the
iiiiH the law. At last, alter noun*
Gentlemen, yon must never Urn
eight of substantial justice. That is the
end of ali law. Thio evidence may be
rather deficient in this case, but gentle
men, you ougnt, 1 think, to keep in view
tiie eternal principles ol substantial jus-
the three D^s—Dirt,
Debt.iind the Deril.
CI DAIt IM KTI DIRECTORl.
CMnt) OOKe%
8. A BISSKLL. Jui/gr.
J. W. CATTKLL, Clerk.
J. BF.TTS. Rtcr. and Trta*.
J. II 1URELEY, Sheriff.
S. 1)EWELL. Surptyor.
A. FORI), t'uronfr.
J. Ill HER. Prosecuting Jtttormy.
J. k. Ss^i YDEtt. & F. C. 4- D. V.
Dft strict Conrt.
W. E. LEFEINGWELL. Jud^f
Terms second Monday 111 May and
fourtn Monday in Septeml»er.
County Court.
SAMUEL A. BISSELL, Judge.
Terms, first Monday 111 each Month,
except, April and Apgust, fiist Tuesday.
Cedar County Agricultural Ho*
€ieiy.
Yf. CATTELL. President.
T. JAMES, Vict President.
8. S. DANIELS, Tretuurer.
H. C. PIATT. Secretary.
Convenes in Tipton Monday evening
caca week.
•Instieci,
W. DILLON,
Polk Township.
D. SLol'LR. i
N R\THlil RNj
1) PI. \TNER. i
J. BALDWIN.
K.P.Mri KADV^^**
W. A. Rf'iBY.
A. THo.MJ'StJN.
Pioneer
t,inn
R. M. LONG,
R. N TAYLOR, iCenter
i I I 1
W. C. 11
4
1 0 cmsei
l°"' k«ll' T,,a°" l0"'"'
14. I'hey cause immense expenditures 'US Rochester Io»*.
l^ou*
•xposetour families to
wI"
S our
n'
1
to
,,
Hi? sale upodds tne vicious and
of the virtuous and!
ti
u
°f
~ll"
ri(iUS-
I
1
gr- at
9'J. M»l»-r to
i tuaii's earnings ^®t«rday
at
drunkard.
W ^,
,' «f# numberless wives
3U
6f£F Idleness am.
JQ
.SKINS,{&Pnn*Wd
J. LINDSF.Y,
J. D. WALKKR
Roch?ster
B. W. WALL.
A BARRICK,
su^ar
rreek,
W HOY, 1
E. SCI TOOLE Y, iIowa
T. JAMES, —Sprmgdale
The Orders.
CEDAR LODGE, No.
M. meets each Saturday on or before
full moon, in Tipton Iowa.
GOLDEN Rl'LE LODGE, No. 24.
P. & A. AL meets Friday preceeding
full moon ni Rochester Iowa.
RED CEDAR LODGE No. 20, I..
(j.
O. F.
11U.-.U
St1iated miirs Sytif* of 7 ip/ori,
Stlvated -J
on the ,\ht$rath1
rpHis Nurswy
GEIK.R
MANITOU LODGE, No.S.I. O. 0. mat^T Bui
t.v«y SA.MDTY EVEN-
the country with N. J. HAWLLY, Stage Proprietor
Road.
meeee4 fir* y«i"
consists of «b"»t -KM*" trees,
uUbl mte
cul- 7orty~ or "fifty choice varieties
PRICES.
Am.iT.iM.—tl'1 ""•"Hn'rC
jQ ye»r from iau,»o P®«
or $.:k) jH'r
AH orders, iieeutnpat.int
wi,h
ca|,h'
UHIKS.—Mit"
F. Meets ri.nraday evening each week, ^'"'y'9 ^r"
Metli-'d Lianen & .Volt's (,reek 1
L*\erelt's Latin Lexicon Webster's Quarto'.
n
want KOHbKT M. LONG, Esq., Post
ARRU ALS.
Fom Davenport, every Monday and
Thursday.
i
,orj
Maater, Tipton Iowa. and other American authors, and alo tbe »|an
i'#k Histories and ifioj rdi)lii«s
a.I the most popular novels and che^p publica
tions, ma^a/ .v
*«d.,^
I-rom Iowa City, every Wednesday LAW HOOKS.
and Saturday
Fri-n Marion every Wednes«tav and
Saturday.
From Dubuque, every Friday
row ultou ("itv. every Frk
v. every friday.
J..
*-»r
Davenp
and^ Saturday
urterings. Fur Iowa City, every Monday and
It contiary to the Bible. Tnurs«lay. 0
It
is contrary to common sense. I ,^ur Marioa, every
hav- a ght to rid ourselves ^iur8,^a^'
the burden.
Monday si#
For D.ihuqne, eve*y TuesiJay.
For Fulton City, very Wednesday,
for Prai/ie DuChem every Tuesday.
wil1
tht»
I'romptfst ,ittentioh
III .VIP1IREY tL CAJV BHER.
Korember 2i». 1853.
WiUliaS eii-UvDJ:!!!,
I-AW?
ATTORNKY AND COI NSELOH A
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
AND
Notary Pnbllt-
(10LLECTIOVS
promptly attended tt^ Mj#
remittances made without delay. Strict at
tention paiil to
CotVPtyiincmg, driving Ifttds, J^Iortgo
ge«, Bondt. and other inttrwnmt*
of Writing.
IHroaMATIOK GIVEN l* REOAID TO
LAND LOCATIONS, &.C.
Ofllce with the Cotintjr Judpe, in the Court
House, inTiptoi Iowa. novl2-'53
i O N S I
TORONTO, CLINTON CO.. IOWA
THISWater
i* one of the largest and best construc
ted Mills in the State. Custom frnnd
I in* done at all tunes.
I jggr The Proprietor is fitting up a Card
ing Maclaine. and will, in the i-pung, be i
nrepared to do business,
1
GEORGE THORN,
Toronto. Clinton county. Iowa.
ratKCiPAL orncES
THIS
BLANK WORK.
olds, hotel
cash tE,
£a\T boaml account b^kCbtaali
*ok«. bill* r»v*blf ——hie.
4otes, &r-« *t(--
Wall Fatw'" of
4 ul
'.
u."
cents lo *t
thi* Oi
YORK r.YlO.Y
IKIS U RANGE COMPANY! rulrers". Sore#, Burns, 1.Iters, Piles Scrofu
INoUiIAINV/ *ARA IUUI la, Cuilhla,,,,. Scald Head, Sor.
llipitflL $!2t)v)(HM9 eye«.y iiii*y.('roup(RfiumaliHi, BroUt-n Breast,
NO.
5EW TURK, AMD JOUXSTOWJC, N.
has f.
Mors
TUF.
farm of Jonathan
south of Tipton,
3 O To ft
sale, MI tlM
SURSCRIBF-R
Pari 01 which was made in July last.
Said hay is now stacked in Morgan's mead
ow, and 1 will sell the same, for Ca-h, at the
rat* el
•1 50 per Ton
JOHN PKACOCK, wn.
Apply to
November 12, 1^52.
MUSCATINE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL1
'/Dili,
II. M. BlUALTT,
llfOULD inform his friend*
If ariii ai'
LAW AND MKD^'AL B(X»KS, sh til.l-(, poll evd, sprasre.^SarMlera.botl#. choi
Blank Work. Stationerr, Pav^.J.anidne
Fancy .-Vrtincf, and all kinds of Goodatuuaiiv •™lf,#d.Wi'd» d.apep«ia, liver cyuipiaint, head
for sale a first class book store. All of •'•*ea«es of the -kit,, janndi-e, nervoua
which he will sell at wholeaalv and retail
&t
irel's, Smith's, aiaey's I
Kovul Octavo. 1'nivcrsily and Common
|I'-.U -i'I,. b.Jk-
ipw5nrnl"c"nnieton
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Tipton, Iowa. J»,*.ni.y «ri», Cbfccver, .Mrs. !^-w,rk, lo- Aiaoa Merrill*. Pedeej E. Shawber'
xJ-mtf* lrinkers W&nt PnurftT u I wn r*
Hruce, lia^ni Tuy- ^#r BlufU.
Maroon, irost, Hawthorn, A. Davis,
CHI LI MIEN'S BOOKS
Without Iiuinl.er such as t(,e Silver
bjo*a P!-ifc«erS p(,y fcc., Itc.
Leading Lrtg i..h inii American cases
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tiedia of IJiblieal LtUr.tur, Mc(
Letter, and r-mains. fcc. |Vayer
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HYDROPATHY.
Wafer B*»ka, and
lish#4 hf *owl«ra fc W^le.
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SINGING BOOKS.
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oiled window
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rnlifl «o«t. Hi.t cat), letter, plain"nd ftn«r
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steel and gic.d pen- in-»«-»ls, »»H be.Mli« Brwtol
PaDier mach" folio, portr..''ics, iv«»rv and shell
card case, Indies" p»rt nionaies. prket hooks,
f," j^ket
Mitl'T\.
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l»il! boiws, Ulustra-
ixl irift books, annuals for 1N.»4, albums
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B., from hist 'ong ixperience in tne
book trade, and l.i^p rs.-nal arq.ia.ntanee wi
Uk lutein publishing houses, ha» been able to
purchase lu* Ko,.«ls upon th« mo laworab e
terms, and tlatteis himself that he has the
BOOK STORK IN IOWA
am! that he can eive entire satisfaction to aTl
W
h" will favo- him with tiieir cal's or orders.
|jy Cash paid for ratf*.
R. M. BURNETT.
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HEALING OINTMENT.
1'HVsu I \NS the
mo^t -ki 1 tut and eel
rbrated, COCN*IIO«S
learned ill law Judges
ol great relt-hracy on
Htf bpi.ch, Muii«ler»
1 the »o«pel, Mer
chants and tho«e of
.'iy .utioti, h»u»,
.11 lilt^reciinonjt man
i id.—all of whom,
without one di««tntiii){
objection, pronounce
e good. Day by day itew
evidence ol ics power, and new poof* of it»
efficacy are continually developed. It it a fact
t^yoiid the iwer of cavil or contradiction,
that it 1* infulliable in the cure of all Tuinor«»
Agu«* in 'he Fare, Corn*, if. It completely
79, saoADWAT, r»tores the Insensible Perspiration, and by
•. tins means opt'iis those avenues by winch Na
ture intended to expel the morbid maltei ol tba
COMPANY is now doing a large and body—tlnif is the •yMetn cl-ansed. tbe blood
safe business, and has acquired a reputa- punned, arid the hea.tli ies?oied. Jt bas pow
tion of paying all losses promptly and with- er to cause nil external Sores, Scrofulous Hu
out d«*lav. mors. Skin Di-ea.ie*,, anu oisenous Wounds,
The uiulersigned, a* agent for the Institution, to discharge t.ieir putrid matter, and then heal
is prepared to insure against losses by Fire, on them.
very favorable term*
WKI.I.S SPICF.R, Agent.
(Mfice at the Court House, Tipton, Iowa.
November, 12, Ill
##.11* FOK St+ttsFs.
It is rightly termed al!-!ieatin(t. for there i»
I scarcely a oisease, externa! or internal, that it
»ill not benefit. IT has been ustL for the last
lo'irteen year# for ail diseaaf* ol the C!,est,
rr»r.siinipti'n
anil Livtr, n.voivirs: the utinoit
dan^r and lesjionsihility. and not in oi ciu
has it failed to b*ii*-iil utieu the patient was
witli.u tl.e 'car!, ot mortal inciiii*.
fcy I'- sale in Ti iion, A. (iilbert, a^ent
for Cedar r.ouMty, t«*a. nl-ly
PREMATURE GRAVE.
IT
is a r'ir.arkall«' fact tjii.r tlio.Manti-, h*T»
been broi.tlil to .1 ieiit:tture ^rave by neglec
i tint to take oine jrood ana efficient ui*tlirine in
tin to arrest '.he course of disease. It is
also a startling truth that thousands have been
heralded to an uMtuiely grave b, the 'i*r of
poisonous tio»lr«iui^. The author therefore er
lnjr the necc-^ity of sotnepooii and eifirinit ined
icine, w Iticli could l»* rehfii upoji wlit-ii the ser
vict's coiiij-vtfitt (.hysicians could not le b
tained, has h»-«-n niiMcel to o|f»?i l.,s MAMA-
I.IKK LI MM KM", and AM MULLIol'S
PIl.l^S to 'lie public. Th»-se ine»lirin«-s are rtiin
|Huiitifl slriciiy hoin'-t and frum inedinnes of
i Mr^.n purity, being warrantrii as purely vegeU
I able.
and customer*,' K,000 ca«os o rheumatics, born#, ulcers,
oih»»rs ho want U»ok»aBd *ta- 5pri.'_n», fever-ioraa, Mire throat, neuralgia, tooth
tionery. tli.i' h» l,a iut addei forty feet 10 hit acht, heaij aC1"',^. ini in the back .side or bre»*t,
store, and thai lie ha- now a store-room 86 feet' bods, ring bones, ninipiV, ''Qjn
deep, lined toth.- brim with cured in the last y, .ir. Also n.iUierou ra«-s of
SCHOOL, MlSCLI.LANKOrs,STANDARD, ^«***»»y, jr-ld#, splints. 6M11U. hie head. b«
4hC-.Tliosijsai.iis
th*
primary arid large. unequaled remedy for chol«ra, riyscfitery.
Hisroa*.—WJson's and Willard'a. cholic. a»d ali pains in ft* bow
PH VSIOI.M}Y.—Cutter's an Mrs. Tay'or»a.
PMii.osoi-M*.—C'orustockV and Parker's. I POISON
CNKMISTRV.—Coni«tock's ami (irajf
Da\ ies Parker's and Kay's Hijcbei Mathe-
Lidilell k. Scoit's (,reek Lexicon* *r'"" "deo.ne canal when other prep-
who Im e been
ra,n* all kinds, biilious aH'^etioi «, costive-
tbe lowest rates. "e*s, i'.-male aln--'i 4tc.. Iiav tx -tn ruaiored
SCHOOL BOOKS. 1 wC'w5rl,h
hy Um
E, M. B. ha- a large si.H-k of tfat f4R 4 V 4
kind.-of srb«ol books used Iowa. Among rlAIKrs
which are and premature baldness prevented by tb# u *e of
Ki.AtKKs.—McGuiey'*, Sander's, Parker's, J- McKinnv'* Circassian Hair'ionic. Thia
Student's Llementary Spelling Bonk. beautiful combmaiioi) prevent* fhe hair fion
AaiTHMt.Tus. liiivie-'. hi v's, Thompson's.1'»UiiiK off. promote* its growth, and renders it
Smilh'-, Aiiai t'«, t'»»ll»urn's, Kmeraotrs, {Mod-
ol'
#,,t' irlo-y.
ard's, l)f-d jii'1. I^ar^er'i. pvi-s W vtrn
GaAMMARs.—Wells'. Bullion-,' Kirkham's. I. .\ IN I hi)
Clark's. Nnith's and Bicwn's. Ln
ewry
Aati.
town throughout the I nited State*
T. J. McKir.ny's Celestial Balm,
T. J. McKinny's Worm MtditiM rmtiini
Hul.101,'s assic.il Works: WOH1- S? POUMn *r", warrantH puMy vegetable.—
Lrtu-rnjn Metho-I Fasouel.'s French
I
L*R**RHr:»1hu-. e*|n:Ue.J worms of all
a rations of £r.*at repute failed.
liool FEVER AND AGUE
of Speakers in all its variovs tyj-e-. permanently
wmiorSt it,jury t» th«- bv the use of
Aaonjj Ins Mock mny be foui the morks cur«d.
.f j0.:1"-'' ^'Pr^Hrya'i.t, iU!,.ck, l-»i^fel- Gilbert, and Chambers k. Son,
McKinny's |Vv«r and Ague juli-. This ton
ic p'paration never has been equaled. It nev
fr ^aiU. fry it, and be satisfied that ajpia can
Ik Marcl, Headlv, N. V. Wi pP'"'1 N Baker, KochesUr Henry Lane'
n i o w
ESSENCE OF A1C A GINGER.
PHIS ESSK.MCL i* a preparation of useful
I. excellence. In ordinary diarrbops, incip­
ient
era. in fhort, in all cas-s of prosfra-
lio i ot the di^es'ive hmctions, it is of inp*ti
inablt va'iie. i)„rn e th« prev^.e. „f
epi
flfinic cholera and summer complaints of chil
dren. it is peculiaily eif,cacio.is 5 no family or
ii duid-ial «li,»'jld Ke without it.
eery practice Criminal and common' raM*. es^lCw»T,'.",'~'B" *'7 rennlna
^J.iitr ea^es. &.C. wh,cl, i« prep^H only by F.
try practice Cri
Minify ca^es, &.»
1 can order an 1 sell an* Law Books at eata
logue prices
.. Ilaoww.
»t in* Jrti^ iiDri fJheinicnk Stor#% N. K. Cor«
ner of Fifth and Cr^Hnut Streets, FiuUdel
ptua, and for sale bya!!th» respectab'e A pith
s^iria* t. ilk 1 c. A
f^ipr and ran be (nrei
:\Ti,,1V",,N
Ton,r
in tree
MiKurf.will
I):, (HER
O A
*, I'*'* '"'en sold in this
place, end wherever used according »«. direc-
th
perfect ucces« hu tien tb r.-
iT'. Price |1 per bottle.
ron,,»n"7
u
on band
fcir from the Marmfac»ursrs. Also, a largo
Medicine,, Pills', Co«S
Me-ficif»M, Hyr-.^n, tr., fcr., by
'dMlKRT, tfllf ftf Ify,
rip*®., ia, hu.

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