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OHAS SWETLAND, Publisher.
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TOL. 1.
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TJ1E ADVERTISER."
J*HyBLi^iicn
FIYSTC!AX
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AT TIPTON, IOWA ITEHY rrotld«»c®»
SiK RU.ll MOR3I.VU. i *u8*
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te i'osr paid.
Of ev.-ry -or*«J i.t
«xerii!-."l at t!il- on«.
business Cards.
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A rrORN 1.V A 1 I.AW and Sclnitor i i
Chancery. Tlptan, Cedar county, laws.
S. A. BISSKlt.. WKLJ.S sriCtR.
i HI8SEI.L it. MMTI It,
ATTORN'1
l.S A 1' I. 'V* ar Solicitvrs in
Chanceiy. 1 ipior, C.dir county lo.va
H. PI ITT^
A FTORNI V AT 1. A W. O.Tiee ia the Ou«r
JJ- House, Tip'on, Iowa. nl
JOIIV Jitn}:n,
TORXEV AT LAVV* VtKct w tl« Cour
Hou c, Tipton. Ijw».
A. 1\ BROWX,
A
TTORNKY A'J' f.AW, Solicitor in Chance
ry an.l Notary TuMio. Hoohe»t£r, Iowa
I'. EDM' IIIDK, Etq.
AI(oru«*yr
ami t'o'ifisei.ir at Law, Roches-
ti'.-, .. Cjiiiiiy, l"W:i.
Witt
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Till: I
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AKD SURUEON,
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MERCH
B,
at a
1.! months
Clubs of to, to one address,
RATKS Of ADVERTISING.
MKRIOE COVCTS.
IIOIIT. H. I.OV«,,
SI I CMC OF THE I'KACLand Notary Pub
Tipton, Iowa. nl
REFOLDS fe Tt RSEIt,
PHYSlclW.S
AN!) Si'KCF.ON •. C)ffict
©ae door cast of Temperance II ,?e. Tip
Iowa.
ni
c. L. €11A limns.
Office a
the I»rug Store of Chambers & Sen, 1 ipton
f»\ R(!i:s I
PHYSICIAN irl St'RCJF.ON,
JJOLECTIOJ.
^Ot.ECTlC PHYSICIAN
Office oppoMiie the 1! H^tel, Tiptoti,j
l"^a. i,i
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Office oppose the l! -'h H^tel, Tiptoti. I
BII. M. «Rl!i
PnYSlcrxN
AMI SlRGt!(r, Rochester,1
Cedar county, towa, nl
W. A. l'lATT,
PlfYSICIW AND SCRGLoN
1 Cedar coi.nty, i
nv.i.
MtRll'lT
v 7 a &
kr*I.KRS IN DRY ooi)S. Jrocene,,
lItrn'!:,i,:1'Vii
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letucco, 1 1 uits. 4w.-., lijjloii, Iowa,
EAl.ER EN !)R\^ mHl*c*kery, Gre-i
GROCER,t--D-a!.-,-|
1
i i i n a i e i u o w a
n
t'K lkj.tOll I0VI*A»
QATlDLl
iJMak-r. 1" w*
1
mother, with swept pious face,
v ,. Yearns towards her children (rom her seat,
subscribers, I year, in advance, *1,50 i
Gl™* one*
L»S*»otlier an embrace,
Ji.OO' Take* this upon her knees. that 011 her feet,
1,25, And
Fir sixteen line?, or lei.«, one insertion, $ i .001 jo thin a look and to that a wont dispenses 1" P«trol,
$3T A liberal discount laid* to lho« who1 P"videace,.for as, hi?!,,infinite,
advertise by the year. i Make* ouf necessities JIi watchful tank,
a'vrriiseiaents ordered to be iaser* Heaikc i to all our prayer*, helps ail ourwantso
(M without specifying the number ot insert} And even if it deuie* whatseenw our right,
0U,,
"#$! A"1'w'iell.r stern
of smiline, love. IhmaUll 'xar^ "I .he
Ei,herd,Bie»
&T All letters addre.wd to the Editor must! °f "C,a*todrn*
a.. I rom the Pittsbuich Gaietle.
335 Tbe Lad*** *cw Cestaiae.
All hail! ye few, with courage true,
Who've dared to don that fashion,
V hich gives a grace to woman's race,
And claims the warmet passion.
No more you'll *»nd through snow or mud.
V/tnlst wintry winds are blowing—
Your tiailiiigskirt, with mud begirt,
1 Oi'r sh tme or blushes showing.
In modest pride away you'll ride,
Where nature's brightly smiling,
A^d there may rove with those youlaie,
Each care of life beguiling.
V. itb gipsy hat—O think of that—
And hair in riiigk-ts llowin#:
With fold hound waist—so uuat so chaste,
An an^el giace bostowing.
V- ilh buskins neat upon your feet.
Ami Graceful as a H"be,
V'»ur panties wide, and neatly tied—
0, where's the man won't lovt ye
N"'» more thse ills—with doctors' bills.
Which now so oft annoy us,
Jv all inar your joy, or life destroy—
O, now, won't that be joyous?
I is unique dress—all must c^nfsi
Wi.l win us—nay, bewitch
lUt linlieulair do havn care
YjU doft't MISTAKE THE «RE*lM«S i
I? pit awav, for aye and aye,
Lon^skiit* and stays—'.is yoar duty—
1 ve nature play, an.l sur» you may
Have husbands, wealth and bea-itv.
Fi ll lV.-DKH.
i s
la«'1
:Un il iC
MliHCIIAN'i'
c. D, |Mt I#, abstat-i^d from any infraction of its terms, S ,!1SC
Sitoesrilel afsficV°'RVfn.Mr^.wa! unfortuaate HA V S wasa
v
1
yaasax rank w.u» w.us taken prisoner, ii'1 in
while from actions, looks,complaints, pre-j lorty of the most distinguished ciiimis jof
'twould have us ask,
and in
dcR'ill»'
r""
neatly a 1 p.001,1.) |»Ve half a mind to tumble down in prose,
but rhyme is now in fashion—«o here pots.
bvno.*.
r'd SURGEON,' «UL jajgive five dollars towards an appropri-
Iarl4rat« ©f tlte Revo!alien.
,nc'»
•JtrERCH ANT- -D.-J.-i:,: 1).} Go-,Js.Gi-o- and distinction in th» cause of his country,
Tiptin,.
A A« «314 JLsl'j
1
1
Deader n» !»y T- tU. ii u
In the year 1780, when South Carolina know how this little fallow.
was almost overru»i by the British tro ps will seep out of it:—Press.
and American toriea and the stiff?v of
w'ant
HUivr & BiGLEl'i the struggle had served with gallantry, i
bath jn Si)mh
wcre
Carolina and the sieg» of
i^llc
or|
uri
|f ERCUA.N r—Dealer in i)rv l«. C.r©.' retahation. W hen broug.it out for exe- tormentor kissed him and said, "Pa, I
iiJL ceite-, c,.ck.-i}. Aic. Cviliir uif^, Ce- cution. Maj. Wigg stood at the foot of am so cold," and diet'. It appeared in
'..!r
riiull,
cwluct
of
Andre.
i
low?. nl the glorious promise of one of th" fi.iest
KOBT. Iff* 4DANSI, men South Carolina overproduced—nip- kJP*
jtuman monster, If ever there
Tipton,!iirri -v,l,,'ricaa wrieu ami uie sait-iy 01 A beautiful, fair haired, blue eyed boy
i:l i Ciiarleston was seriously menaced, Gov. about nine years of age, was taken from j*ll»
0
AN 1 Dt^ler in Diy Goods fir their property was to ex nipt ir.en !i task asiijjned iiiifi, by procuriiiifa bundle ainiab.
ceries Crockery, ^c. Pochestt r, Iowa. -0
1
his rank which the British made prisoner-' tell a lie the woman urging him ail the
ICERCHAN l-i.i ah i in «.-:.eral M. i-.:h 1: Under the capitulation of Charleston, the lime u do ins duty. The poor little he- i l'» c,uoli
rd
pn.-Mnt r, and was the selected victim of threw his arms around the neck of his
I Is fallow*, and indicated a grief he '.mce, upon the trial of this man andjiast
.I«MX WfiAYF-H. 'd not conceal, and an indignation he ,,aa for murder, that the child did tell ionce
bALEfi 1.\ PiioVISfOXS. Nnts. Cifwrs.
cenes. Hu ware, &c. pi.tnei r, I"Wa. i tended to receive his remains. Huvnc have pass-: until mothers cease to instil
TrilOii l^wTilXlTll.tSS^ an»l hime-df, bososns frien is, had married christian precepts into thcmi.ids of their i "a ',!i
in c.r-r-ri.^. Pr. visions,' sisters. Ilayne's execution created a offspring. The man and woman. whoiIUJ'^e"'
i Q. T. I OI rft!Iff lina, l«ut throughout ali the continent —a penitentiary at Waupun, to which they
V
w e o o a v
L.XCKSM 'TII—All orders promptly attend- pgd in the bud. v )kinff two fools together, with plenty
ITST»\|»4 1 immediately a iter thie feieod thiraty.of money or lan I, to justify the folly.—
TiPLI \n'\T:-.s TIU NK* and Valis p*1*4'141'0"' Gen. Greene openly announc-1 Hearts, and braiii*. and wort}i have gone
ed that the first British officer of Ilayne's out of date.
TSCTN WITKOCT rtu—ut TM mn
MinmwiS t* aa-5*Ym^ aaa
retaliation for the execution or Hayne, «|t
fact that in reply they addressed a letter |fhe ft.uUires
him not for one instant to pause in exe- (ety
,tl«it they could not reader a more signal jjoys
•service in the cause of their country. |ty,
llarriUtKAMtbrr Martyr «f
ate monument to murk his rem ing place. v)llt
iu the infernal regions, we should like to jml)0rtanl j,,
1 Rutledge, WHO excro'sed as commander-1 the orphan asylum in Milwaukee and TOITY miles an houi, inakiiig 1. earth
metBber
sfanmtion (^se children were installed in their new, ™]f
and
waman
ry
innKnv i rM iT i -r Savannah in Georgia. The prisoners insisted that the boy should be whipped
^|0,r pwol? ftn«f undtr until lie loniVssril tia» fuls(*ho:)de The
war*, Crockesy, &.e. Ti,»i '-n, lo»» 1 the article of capitulation, while they man, poor, weak bigot impelled by a Rooking sto\ huge steam pijM'g sing-,
re'igioiK duty, proceed -d to the
injury or confiscation of rods, stripped the child naked and -us- .steel, hreat
,liVt W)nnr#« p.,lir Ii?1, u 1... -1 out.
could not suppress. Poor Iiayne met: the truth, and suffered death by slow 1
his fate with the heroism which marked torture rather than tell a lie. The ape
Major Wigg at-jof heroism and of martydoia will not'Pr'a':*,"1S
s e n s a i o n n o o n y i n S o u a o i n u k e i s a n e i a e n o w i n e
i e n s a n w s e n e n e o e n y e a s
MARRIED
-T.?S^S*.".,wSg .»
TUTO.Y, IOWA, SATURDAY. JAN. 7, 1851.
jpay the forfeit of bis life. No sooner the manners of our mildivn. l'ut
was this annunciation made, than Col. iRt.nac
on
Puik Home, au 1 distinctly notified them
subjects, or on the perpetration of any!ovnrfrea cf
fco#J Qiiewrt*
a niattcr of mimd |m]i v
MllDt,n
Balfour, who commanded the British tV»r-,rfro8t will do more to gather around onetu.v.1,
ces in oecupatum of Charleston ordered jftfm
prison ship alo.p-o{«war |u,art. |l(, outpourings of benevolence.
ie
,vrit,
an? iun
tliat they were hostages, and that ai easr Sd^rtments" and professions of life we
of the execution of one of hi* Man-sty's
!prvl
acts of barbarity towards the Loyalists of |agrw^le n 1 liging ,•
South Ciroiijui, they would swing,— imanilors
So
,v
cutmga jurt act of retaliation for the,tk)na, ^jes of society
murder of ilayne, as they were prepar-
jed to meet their faie, and only regretted |syt
apprehending that the Pack Hou»e would 'highest end 1
bc tt!
|rnv,.(1
as hostages. pupils of our schools be required to ob« favors
serve them to their tear!,
[other occasions. Many
Ira 'i,
The Madison Democrat publishes the
1 follo-.vijjg horrible occurrence, which will'
cause every reader to shudder. No pun-
are
gTt.at(»r
was a
jmartjr to trutn, we think this little buy jt jritates, it l»ecomfS a great thing
was he. As puor as we are, we would influence. So infrinirometit
Igive five dollars towards an appropri- |0f good breeding may ho in its
1 ate. monument to murk his resting place, but it oft. n beroi
I If there is on- place hotter than another i
dust is a small thing, yet 111 the ey
0
friction an(]
sof
IIOTANIC PHYSICIAN. Reduce In T«j»-1 in-ddef dictatorial power, issued a proe-1 adopted fey a re-'p-x-table farmer of Mar-!ffroa11 beneath its giant trta i u.,1 th
v, paper. 111 Oiiio, ha^ gone on in expectation of
JL!r' I'll lamation railing 011 her citarens to rally ^nte, a jwofessor of religion and a I ^avens themselves reverberate with its!
holding said cutifereuce.
riUK^TO *, (TLBURTMOX^ to the defence of their metropolis. At
she indignantly denied the sto-'in
in«
a
rtra'n
mi
rh
1
out'
C'OIV IBVCRTIKER.
and a kind obliging ad-
antj^Hearing
min
4
HmJ
I* ^P^»~" «f »•'jTfce mmm, .- wW.-h r.fVr ,r-TW
1
fruit of the .'iatmn •,$ mind and'-:-' -iflmirat
.anf j,urjtv. ln
,.f Khor
ni« ...
ar
This produced gr*at excitement nor*vvj(hajj ,n( -iVy
,,
was the deep sympathy lelt lor the pris-1 intrinsic vahn, nnd every wli»
oners any degree di.n:n.shed by thejWl,
i
jKisspc.
Rrt ro
nr
U1 g!anrf
0f
good .nanners, ,u
to Gen (jfeene, then commander in-chit jde^jtv to have practiced in our schools, jf7» moderation, prudence, 1
in South Carolina, earnestly suliciting|an1
8ueh as in Wf.„ oH..rM
aIV Uvnii{ t0 oVlgen
eiia
..
ctineiits v any •.!
at de(
ja
Kvpry
pr
*ivilrges and henefi
is moraIIy
In the then state of public feeling in rules. :v i t,, :i
South Carolina, Col. Balfour, probably ,n tenant
hound to oW u
1
1
be carried by a night attack and the igood mora! t,
prisoners rescued, ordered her round tojcial laws. No person -ir
New V irk. On hrr voyage, when otFjihe clown in well orde: I
Cape Fear, the prisoners rose and by an he unkind and offensiv ting at deii
actof of valor unsurpassed in naval an- jan^e the laws made 101 "onvenionce
iKib, captured the Pu-k Hon*", and car- and comfort by rommoi* t:u«seiit. The
ried her into Beaufort, North Carolina, leading features of good manners i» a
by which in regaining their liberty, they scrupulous observance oi the the rules
terminated tle-n- cl.aracu-r and rv v. jt|jat reirulate social intercourse. Let the
8 tra'tingly
a,$,{
ishnient is severe enough for such an in- ..
jn t^eir intju.
aiKj
o,hi
oth ing
germs of wi
from one \vt
n
thin
the
^mh
tQ ayail
rules
small
1 tL
it fL
jrritation whiidi
\H\ i,.terenurse.
Private Cluuacter ef a Utsn^ln.
People who may see a locomotive tear-
UP
au^ ^owa
l^10
rate
u'
i n v o a i o n o u s a n s o e s o n s i i u e o e U i a n e o y w a s a s o e a y i n a n u i e n i n a K a i o n i n e A i u a n y ir.vrwript says, sererai ,tl«rown_ another obstruction in the way
rushed to the rescue. But, after a gal-1adopted in the same family. Soon after almost from propriety—p»«op!e who bank bills disappeared very misterion.-dy «'Yon id this friendly meeting. The coun-
see il ia
IJ i|iecn^.Ware.lUid-*»re, sw-| comp dled a capitulation. Among the.^oaie, the boy discovered crimnal con-!u5oa winentiy social virtu, s it is -Mr. Lainpicy ui N rthainton, N. II.. he jr.''SoluMori lavor ol such conference.
prisoners was Major Wigg, a distinguish-j duct on the part of his new mother, endowed with. Tnia is its publii characj having lea his coat hanging upon the bed and appointed the Mayor and Mr. Low
*p«o« Iowa'. *nt I ei patriot, who at var.ous times during ^hich he mentioned to tlie little girl, 'ter Its private one ia an other affair.— i»o3t upon rotiring to bed. A morning ry the committee to represent the inter-
«a"ds
tt,n',ljle »•«»'''.
wli0se irou
»nJ«r
11
llrt:
y
aa
ft and as dulcet as the P«ru,
kettle and if* luti
iuu^s'
uiueil
rt
at length released from the torture,|darkening tue neatens with
of smoke.—Home Coinpanion
volcano ai
ht.gr
"i'M Upe
'Ihtsi
fix her all*
T:m
i
u
er.
MetiioUism
well iuw means,
mount of p. a 'han
SIMZM
The (Mk «f PfMertt.
W v
lui^
reat the
r»»«il
frie nds, than strength! Wad*
^^oritv of attainments img. v
1
ms o!
Good coptio human character Under all
favori and moods v 'otnprt
great xhibition of life 0 ,vho!e
rreut.' i"1^- e.iiil of DivT'mv iuc~."
me oft moral aims and *tr •vatJ«.i
1 as we' mrnts—what cour.-v i. nfruga'
peace: What varied illustra
v. and bi '. i.'
and tii- i
»d th^ thougl
little book
A:,
H.
ind up
.«• rule:
conshi 1
pleasurt
intercc
parti
1." it KM LAtnXS
....... it. w..u countv
givea
about
man I
keep 1.
good'breed
ing may he in its -i small ig4Vl"*
licscrii»tji'ls
of the Ikiptist perraation. A cotter, »-aring na'iire with itsun- «-*rlo»". It »e«-ms, Uowover, that Erie tm mm
it thereby came to the ears ol the Now ami then one 01 tut-se Luge moti.-.ters, or tw«.- aiteruard^ *Irs. Lamprey found a /'"ts i»l that city. On Sunday, however*
to t|-e satisfaction of her husband,awl ,a thousand giant'5 power, comes up and! aicely wrapt up in tie .• nee in this committee became so
our winJ U(i
'.*»•, 1^ ik
smokes
f.xiwipauj)
No
is Pi
ipors it
1
as sweetly as an i:
1
like a volcano and off it ^roes.
•elf n.
lien
5
use of to oyerturn the pyramid i.
TiE-V-TE, THE (JlIlSESt f.E\rrH.
his habits he is silent and reserved
lives in close retirement, only showing
himself o.-, asionaliy to his immediate fol-
inand
pr.-jh.
hincd,
of fir:
to etb,
I reqt .: i greater a-'
.1 \'.ould make
v
jr,,$t fur
ouk it is that ot I' nesa the sincerest afiectioii. Tiuy
1
II
To thin- 1
ugh in a 1
!. may i
is a ser ...
V
and
time?
good's
iv 1 1
11 I :'.»r reflection 1
i i' Rev. Samuel
do I with Mm."
"Mr. Schoolmaster.
if N,.
and Ft
u
wue re
they n
ranee
West.
Un.
i
iv, I fit
Be VAii.»
It
Wife.
oblige our fri .!
feoi. it'll:
ditU.i
lind it a task of cuiisidt-iahit
Here is a sjiecimen of the
i»r rpi»w«tod
-i
1
thes. li.." .j
pap
1
11
from n»nvcumberlane about 9miles iher town pump, oar word for it tiie puss
lie tuash run he wants a wife andH rs-by would put many coppers in.—,V.
he is a red heed V'. Courier it Enquirer.
about-. a deUi't and fin young read We stated yesterday that by an amiet*
1 1 k phiin andjbleagi .1 at all parties interested ia
lit to keep {railroa tersat Eri^, were to meet in
.a a fustrate dasher confer- .aNew York on Wednesday
I i V our laydes wish io him if possible, to some defin-
AIt the ladies who feel inclined to re. |lU'
p'y the abmre magnificent offer may!w]lich
1 N
hei-
('h.»
Uieir gods a dozen times, a worn in nev
To convert a Sister of Charity to,
Uhan llicu-f
deposition
It tra\
t:rta !,
iclosed
H-The only thing which T\ '.ry( U.AL councillor, or advisor, carried by eight
can do and the only thing which any ene coolies, follows immediately in in# waice! ©Qp
tU1'1
$1 80 In Afl-ruiee.
jaraiikiaaa
a
jj
it we were ewi utJigwu jarrayed in costly apparel.nnd follow each
1 hanu a'ly in our ciuid-!o?h«»r in smgte file, not as they might on
ti„-v stand ^'1
,''on"
NO. 9-
0 w
jl0rn },c Js said to po««
Such ant«. and a va3t arry of soldiers, bring
golden settings 'np }\e rear of the procession, which is
I die', before
th«?Mi,j( u^n tju, whole,
name of wisdom was ki u among the those gorgeous affairs occasionalfy
nations from whom th u ^rldV sages Uxhihitedon the boards of the Lyeeuin.^—
have •, iprttng What shfewd p»«t-{.v Quvrttrfif rtrkw.
ar«
'hf shore* df the plach! 8»»rpentiue, in
is of tl mrelessness or bfoughams, but in com
tpertev modious artn«chftirs picked out with Ver*
•••'m,n' .million and fold. A lanjar retine of ser*
strongly to resem*
Erte»*ttfcit
1
k
iall «T
htr.
There are cakes to *eil Uuveen hew
and sundown —take your map and we'll
u where. Put your finger down
he Atlantic coast just wheat: all tha
o rom the Eastern world strikes it—
i o!JIy Westward along that broad
tghfare, swarming with travel and
•t until you have reached the la&o
on as it aweeps around the
1 crosses the Pennsylvania
i look at a speck there, aiul
name. That is the spot
i are to be had—nay, where
had, under penalty of du
ll is the Elsinore of the
orld—the key of the Key
..i. i the only pass lies in the pur
of a ha'peruiy worth of cakes a:ul
'Tisa prescriptive right standing
pmik •, Th'^ commerce of the conti
nent,* .. ga'.ung elsewhere as it please,
on the wing# of the wind, must here
halt and pay its farthing tribute. Justice
must be done—to the caaes of Bait—
though the heavens fall.
But why will not his Erie be content
with the character of a sturdy beggar?
Why need it turn rowdy and scounurell
It fears that its occupation is—if not
gone—going but this is no excuse.—
Charity has not died out of the world
ut iiHii yet, and would fcire place a town hat by
satisfactory understanding, by
ali
direct 1 n ii ^he delegation frotn the roads interested
i*vo no a few nights w».v from the coat pocket of «"'l of Erie, ou Saturday last, passed a
bowels clumber more than oven, in which were 'ion brought d.strust, and a want ot
-It never ruii
ascend (roil: 1
.. .friits of
eonde
IiiriruUH'8 can be obviated—
general, that the C:ty C«.until was called
together on yesterday afternoon, and tho
resolution of Saturday rescinded.
This is the last piece of Erie non
sense, yet. it is a perlcetly natural conse
fpience flowing from the events of the
Lo
*1 only to is.iiie
CSMOII tiiOug.. I II
'notes mildi.
-n and u
•. "xm ol v. 1
and al-
i I. .• r-
The
I thu about the jd. dthfl
and I. oii:giy built
t|-iat
at
tEmperor, who*:
»lved at hazards
a p-il.tnrjuia in- Council
timioideied silks, ,just
a?
1 confidence in each other
v The true cause for the
rescinding of Saturday's resolution is to
tal want of confidence in the Mayor and
.v|,r i t!:CSC very Erie rioters ar-
riv0 at
».tdusion that this committee
1 truoitworthy, by the same reasoning
I'V iawahiding citizens. The course
jj tuese leaders in this very matter of
tearing up the railroad track, is what ha*
destroy«• I eoofideace with tkeu auitra
in crime,
il of Erie now have conclit
1 gotiatious muai be held in
course for none of the riot
listed "out of sight.** W«
sound judgment of the Erie
trw ur feltewr rail-rippera
jur
borne on liie shouluers uf sixteen officers {0],j by the tai'
of distinction his preaeptor or privy- ckvdund Herald.
need do, is duty. land then tomes Tien-te's thirty cU'vot.-d jn the Ujiit'd Sta' s
as
can sling a two year
-Irut no further.—
THERE
are seventeen Jttidt

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