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•tots t« far«*rs»
Tomatoes make excellent preserves. jf
Touts are the very
obbrnies against lire.
best protection of
Plants, when drooping, are rc\ ived by
a few grains of camphor.
JSuiphar is valuable in preserving grapes
&c., from inse" ts.
Lard never spoils in warm weather if
it is cooked enough in lrying out.
In feeding with corn, 60 pounds ground,
goes as far as 100 pounds in tlie ker
nel.
Corn meal should never be ground
wry fine. It injures the richness of it.
Turnips of small size have double
the nutrious mutter tliat large ones
h|v«.
Ruta Bagaisthe only root that increas
es in nutrious qualities as it inci eases in
size.
Sweet olive oil is a certain cure for the
kite of a rattlesnake. Apply it internal
ly and externally.
Ruts and other vermin are kept away
from tin-grain by a sprinkling of garlic
when packing the sheaves.
Money skilfully expended in drying
land by draining or otherwise will be
return'1'! with ample interest.
To tire scratches on a horse, wash the
laps with warm soap suds, and then with
beef brine. Two applications will cure
in the worst ca9e.
Timber cut in the spring and exposed
to the weather with the bark on, decays
•tich sooner than if cut in the fall.
Experiments show apples to be equal to
potatoes to improve hogs, and decidedly
far fattening cattle.
Wild onions may be destroyed by cul
tivating corn, plowing and leaving the
field in its plowed stale all winter.
Tbe Thrift
I** Farswr.
A cotemporary draws the following ex
cellent portrait:
The tnriftless farmer provides no shel
ter for his cattle, during the in leinen
Cf of winter, Imt permits them to stand
shivering by the fence, or to lie iu the
•Oow as best suits them.
He throws their fodder on the ground
(|t in the mud, and not unlrequently in
the highways, by which a large portion of
II, and all the manure is wasted.
He grazes Ins meadows in the fall and
•pring by which th'*y are gradually ex
hausted and finally ruined. I
a
aiuunu me o»i»»
v
(tod as much time is lost. j. Pu?., 1,
eorner
holes" and goes
"pretty well tore."
n.'itrhlior s implements
urns
Pears are generally improved by graft- jdoes occasionally do so he comes
'jng in, when service is half over.
ing on the mountain ash.
enmgs when he should te repairinguten- a"!." .",
home in the evening
H»* plants a few fruit trees and his cat
tle forthwith destroy them. He has
"no luck in raising fruit.**
One half of the little he ra
troyed by his own or his neighbors em
tie.
-1
was not projierly housed and cared lor. jiuble woman, tha
Somebody's hogs break in and des-1
troy his garden because he \md not stop-}
He is often in a great hurry but will
stop and talk as long us he can nnd any
es&c., he raises it at a great sa-rifice iiopuu
in sume way or other either pavm? 11 ,.
great "shave," or by selling his scanty »he fii .-t sse
crops when prices are low.
He is a year behind, instead of beinu i •Neither
a year ahead ot
ways will be.
When he pays a u,-U a is at 1
of an exwution consequently his
is at low ebb.
ed, theirelothes rajrged .their hair uncomb
ed and their books torn and dirty
He is, in person, a great slovert, ®nd
n«v»T attends public worship—or il he i
HOUSEHOLD
0nL!«bandn»iu"tone
0,1
DUI 1
one {iiart.
Loaf sugar, broken, one pound
quart.
White sugar, powdered, n
ounce is one quart.
Best brown sugar, one pound tw
is one quart.
USThere is no te
will bring forth, as Mr.
Mrs. had twins.
ear
a
The fences are old and poor-just such I "?a(3f
«f thinks it worth while to manure
Of clover it. For the first he has no time
mri for tiie last "he is not able."
to let his neigbors, caule brake into nbhon, (rib-bom^ as the ladv said when
his fields and teach his own to be un« jher husban. re•]1 1 her 1 1 dressing
ruly. S3}*
}{p p..Ti»ict« tn keep the manure fr-irn .,
a o u n e
1 1
...»
tod
w
a
lie has more stock than he has means
ted .ml\lestroved. her tonj^ue, slie would eateh hirhtnin? ju
gnorjuff is
those f(
tun
i
Manure li-s heaps in the stable, his
i
MTASUAM.-Wheat flur,
pound two ounc«s is
Indian ami, vuc i
"A lit tie nonsense, now and then,
la relished by the beat of men.''
EX1M AXD OD1TIE8.
ftfPThv universe \V0.I:1 not be
IJ universe w
Butter when soft, one pound one 02. is to Mex.co with additional instructions
is
one
A lie
Effgs, average size, ten eggs
pound.
Sixteen targe table spoonfuls are half
a pint, eight art one gill. &'"•
are one
.s:,g *.\ i.at a day
D. vsi id, when
gfe^The man who attempted to loon
into the future, had the door slammed in
ais face.
jfe^'Setting the World on fire," is
now rendered, "Applying the incendia
ry torch to the mundane sphere."
man always loves another
man's wife better than his own, in order
to obey the Scriptures, which says:
"Love your neighbor as yoursell."
(Kg)™ The ftnake may reach the emin
ence as certain as tbe eagle, but he reach
es it by crawling, and he still remains a
'snake.
of
u e e a v e a s a v n a i
and destroyed.
Hu nils or skims over th«f surface of enough to kindle a lire in the morning, 'through the whole process of ci^ar ma
the land, until it is exhausted but nev-| g^-Some corneal fellow says, that!
he spontaneous eswpe of iln£?
.lliugS
the author had not
ity°t0
veu
11
/iif
v,
S?*Our "devil," ("foolish boy
He loiters away stormy days and ev- 's «*l«t« with the hope that the time is
nnsrs when he should be repairing uten-
wll(,n," fe'lmaie
sils or improving his mind by reading, jtbiclt as "toads alter a shower.
He spends mu-h time in town at the ''"PPV r\lod
irner of the street or in the "snake
he learu 1 thc
lrad*'
An Irish witness laving said hi lad
leen "all day canvassing," was directed
to define canvassing, which he did thus
To trv to inducr and force the voters to
1 vote for Corny O'firuie «and if thev would
vute at a
He lias no shed for his fire wood conse-1 ®fiTThe w.-.!!.m v.). 1 .nl vo
quently his wife is out of humor and his 'are, which whipped in tne tight tietween
meals is out out of season.
5
her husband and the Itear, has abandvined
His plow, drag and other implements. Uer feelings o. neutra.uy, sini e tic
he leaves all winter where last used, 'commenced betweeu llu^sm and Turkey,
and just as he is getting in a hurry the She now says she wants the bear w hip
n e s e a s o n i s i o w e a k s e a u s e i
A N O A 1 A
Du not sm
.art
ped a hole in the fence lhat he i bt.h.g believed without an oath, and very
tended to stop for a week. ...
!ung.
lof ]t
auJ CuxV!irllv
a[li! Illil4ll t!l(lt
(nt
°niit0ila^ r» 1 ,' and the person at which it is aimed.
He has of e.iurse little money, andj
when he must raise some to pay his lax-' W3g rne Hay speaking of iium1
5d.'
•Why IV
1
He I
^uys entirely on credit and tner
chants and others with whom he deal
charging him twice or thric»» tl.e profi:
they charge promjH payers r. .\M11I:.J
to Sell him at that. He la- uuiiese
and beg to get them MI any t"r'rn*. Tni
merchant dreads to see his wiie 1 ume in
to the store, and the w^-man
1
'ik-cause, was the reply,'one ot them
is too lazy to shake, and tbe other won't
A ,11 -V. v
Marshal of iiun^or, Me., was destn-ving
a quantity ol inpiur that had heen s«-i/ed,
n» om* oi''the* crowd inpii'
1
fet U
de
pressed and degraded.
The smoke U'irir.s to coi»
chimney late w:» c,v,um
his poor cattle a: :ing ft.
mornings food.
is sold for tin e? hu
to the poor f' A
o sti:n 1 plied. -T 1
enowg —let i
Mr Tlie project of colonizing the
Mu^juitu Coa»t, lately started in N«-w
York, is stated to btr wholly Southern in
fcorws arc rough and uncurried and hk its purposes. Tlie design is to transport
harness trod umUr their n
H:K bars am'
1 'iilding? unpai .' 1
•uingles falin ,»n—m
repli'.e them—tLe glass i$ out
^indosvs and the hoU-s stopped with rags!coast. It remains to be seen whether the I
Midv old hats. Administration will look quietly on and ri
if ieet. slaves thither, and so establish a sla
broken his State within the territory. Tho grant to
He is a great y 'see this atrocious project consumated,
4
Mcxiro.
WITH
llGOTIATtO#*
Santa Anna's Government has entertain
ed with favor his proposition to concede a
right of way for a Railroad to the Pacific
sneak*' through territory south of the American
ho'indary line. The suggestion of a grant
of land foi the same purpose,- or
removal of the line southward »o
annex to the United States the
i
now overrun by the
... (that loud themselves, also a fish-line that'
.1 J!*Vi V adjusts its own bait, and a rat-trap that!
kills and throws away the rat, and thenj
1
\k"vils
lV1]1
^ait3 atd si ts itseli awl Sta^ils
W as
corner for another.
In vie
He ain't
WHAT
i8 „.ea„, vrn-
Uuph mc a fear of not
t.tlenv It is hub- em. foolish
to the
as to
districts
Indians,
Tin-messenger
is rejected
will
immediately return
to our Minister. It would appear that
our vernment has followed the prece
dent sit by Mr. Fillihore's administration,
and demanded the literal fulfillment of
the Gamy contract, or any ample indem
nity to its assignees, who are American
citizens. The demand for a specific per
formance will be abandoned, in consider
ation of the cession of a more northern i
route of
enough to buy the vote of an honest uian. The aristocracy descends through every
link, fr'«m the golden to the copper, of the
jfcjrAn exchanffe
has.,ts n,arr'i^f
under the head of''Gems for tne ntelan
choly.' How suggestive
gQTWhiskey is good—for nothing but
to destroy the peace, lives and happiness
of the human family.
It
i country. The Duke of Devon is not
ACOKTBAST—In Constantinople, the
Metrojwlis of Mahometanicm, the Bible
is an open book. Who wants it, isper
fr'etly free to have it. A large deposit
ory tor the Sacred Volume has been es
tablished in the very heart of the city,
alike to Frank and Moslem.
In Rome, the Metropolis of Popery,
the Bible is a sealed IKJOK. It is under
the ban. You may look for it, through
the look-stores, in vain. If a traveler
should be found having some copies of it
in his trunk, he would be marked at once
as a suspicious character, and very prob
ably be accused of crime.
Among the mul:.iudiiious ubj
:nve
fused
..»- .. ..v 1 i_ 1 1 IU.RS. for the purpose of transacting a treneral
w i e y a e e a u e y o t-
ou\tm
IJITK- -r 5
while awaae. i
to keep well. ©s- We learn that nliout IS mii«*s washing and ironing. Another patent is
Ho iiasa place for nothing and jjoth- down the river an old man upwards of90 for a machine that counts the passengers
ing in it."place. He, consequently wants years of age. had a quarrel with his wife, in ph omnibus and takes their fare when
a hoe, or a hammer or an ausjer, but when he violently «ei*«d an u\e an 1—i a fat man gets in it counts two and ebar
knows not where to find it. He and his! chopped some wood, ges double. There are a vai iety oi guns
whole household are in search, for them .,
f,
)rks-
in
THE Da.'s
conceives
nil Utte»-
•s wl.10 had gone west
r- were usmlly atiaeked
.1#, and SJlid
lK
,v
ti,.
E\axircs OF TUB Gates* RAIL
aoAn.— We learn that the earnings of
t!ii road fr the last month are about
i69,lRH). The exact figures are not yet
reached 1 ut this is abuut the amount.
1
learn also tnat tlie road haa iisrii(jil.
I not, to give theiu dr.nk till thev could not' tbirfeen per cent for the last six months *W® to keep
jj# but that tlie company will only declare a CIGARS!
divideiid of ten per cent,, re«« ing the
balance for their air-line operations.—
Where is the eastern railroad that can
show a similar result. Hut this is on!
:,ni 1 ?se Galena railroad in »m .10
only
stockholders
In other words, their interference u
jiosing instead of assisting the case.
Consequentlv in a considerable pronor-
e
1
•. 1,
AIBICAS GAI.IIM«Y.—We often
1... -iv«M If n~- hear ol Irish Gallantry hut Afriuan is e-
Iquat to Irish. A negro driver
?be
1 shake unless he iret* pay fur it.* watering my flowers." A more dtin.an'
COIlipiline,.l could not have he« ii J-'.'ild.
-.1 \V
01
v 111 Texas, stopping to get some water for
a cuach
young ladies in the carriage, being
ashed
what 1K« stopp-d i«»r, N piicti, "1 am
*-J
A. GOURTWRIGHT & CO.
jk 1! A N TS.
TOROATu, CLL\ 'JuACu, I'JWJI.
DEALERS IJI
sTAPLE k FANCY DRY GOODS,
GR.'I 1 Hit", HAItl.'.vv.l'i:. 4 L't: I. V W wK,
ITS, APS, BOOTS AM) SHOES.
Bonnets, \olion«, IkC.
E'"»ds
T'e
ith
e by King
ie boards and the parties in question .* made by King charts in the river cities.
nas no time to i (jiallmippor I. of tlie Mosjiiito Iiidians, ffJT Give w* a eall. (^At Thorn's Mill]
of the arid is said to embrace HOO miles of sea
at thi* estali'iithioent are purchawsd
m,'»r
WOOD'S NURSERV.!
1
0'M*^u^'siid 5 north ot y«i »r KoCh-j
e -r—coiiipriii»K about acres ot JPJ
f.lt'-ree#. nn.wn on prairie soil, of the follow
i n v a i e i s s
0
Jincrican Summer Peamatn, «"*,
June, Street June, Summer Roue, SumiM*
Rmnhn, Early Sweet Bvugh, Summer
Quem, lloekct, Ohio AvnpareU,
Ramho, I
Vim Apple, Fall tiainbo, iaro-
uw7 Sweet, Sunt Bouph, Irs! s Sued,
Walton's Street, Sutet, M'rks
Sweef, Red Sired Pipf in, Slriptd Siceet
Pippin, Roman Stem, Baldwin, Rawef S
Jtn,net. Grey Roman ,U-Aever tailor
Rorkntmam, White Winter. Pearmam,
IVinter Red, Cart lloim-Gujnn or R'f
Ronytnite, He/fa Apple or Brooks Red
Streak, Wall dower, Sh reeve, JSvrlhern
Spy, Svarr, Willow Twig, Blair or Mil
in. Street Romance, Yellow BelljhwtT,
Prime's Harvest. Prince's nutating,
Rhode Island Greening,Pennock's .nier
Aewtown Pippin, Early Pmnock— I ote
CatAi.ilr--StanhysEarty~-AecelyiA.ar
\j
I
ARISTOCBATIC FEELINGS. —There it a
freti'ulncss about every man's position
with us, which is positively frightful. He
is never easy for there is always some
little line of demarcation between him and
his neighbor, ivhich he toils to pass over
more exclusive than fhe Duke's poulterer.
So iety is a long series of uprising ridges,
which from the first to the last, offer no
valley of repose. Wherever you taice
your stand, you are looked down upon by
those alove you, and reviled and pelted
by those below you. Every creature you
see is a farthing Sisyphus pushing his lit
tle stone up some liliputian mole-hill.
This is our world—Bulwer.
or
communication between the Gulf ^u.'ef/ D(*bivr\i Winter Sweet, Lyman's
of Mexico and the Pacific." Winter Sweet, Batumi, Acwtoien Sjtifson-
shaker Yellow, Pvmpkmur Pomp
burgh, Green Pippin, Winter Sweet, «VI
rhael Henry Pippin. Monstrous^ Pippin,
Full Beauty, Carolina June, Vandipere,
Grind
Sfune or American Pippin, Hint
Sip,Ortley— White Detroit— Wirren Pip
pin—Hollow Core Pippin— ite pel
er—Jer^'y Greutng or oolman s Long,
Apples, lied StriiK, Pound Pippin,
.Maiden's Blush, Bullocks Pippm or
American Golden Rusxett, Hatiison,
Horse Apple, Hallork's Favorite, Red
It inter Pear in am, Stnillt s Llder, HAi/f
Pippin, Red Sibertun Crab*
Pins or TREES, $10, rem l'!(, on
$90 IK) PF.n 1000.
Thnfty Cattle or other younf, sock tak«*n :i*
a fair priro, if deliverf'l \vtn i the—trr«!8 ait
purchased. Hie lenjfth of time retjuirel
tiring tre^s inti. market, ami •our low }ric« £«.»s
bi«Noiir selling «n credit. AiWresi,
G. P. WOOD, I'edee, Ceoar Co., Iowa.
12th month lTtli, Ix53,n6-1NW.
in the patent office at Washington and ^|]J JiSilii
svliich is evidence what skill can do, is am
i,n* ,n.l.o »••-. IV-,," nr.-. IJ A I •j*':-! h'-IT. v il«r
i" 1 *"n 5
heap, turns them all .ironad with
w o a n w e e a s u i k w i e e e a s e a s u n n s i k s e i n a e s e u- i n i n e i n a n u u a 1 o i i i e s .-
rt (r,,'nr ro« s.
kia^
F^e.-t artic.e. One machine
1scours
k,1'v,'s
n
^,otlier \iae1a kot?' mother rocks
the cradle, and seven or eight take
Fever and Ague can bf Cured
AspinwallN
huivtred
place,
Tonfc Mixture, will
1I0 e b't.-ines's np at i^iice. Ovei one
«"d
Id'tv t.ottU s tia.s
been Sold
sult. Price $1 'Hi per botlie.
[CJMi sroiu:.
AT
THIS ESTABLISHMENT, 1 door south
of the I'.a^le Hotel, Tipton, can at all
t.iii»-» be fo md a lull ai... ir. .!••».- «. 1
imvof€t'iC9 and M'rovisiont
I e9t kind and quality also, at all
to be ha-j
a
genuine supply of
O N E I O N E I E S
Candie*.
«weet!!!Pat«, !'lt-, f.r*.
cracker-.
supply .1
together w ith
constantly arriv ins,
BFOAMA,
UiECA!,
SAV.—"IN a large
projKHtion ot cases treated the disease is
cured by nature and not by the physician.
I11 a less, but still not in a small pro
portion, the disease ia cured by nature in
spi/r of the physician!
together
1
Hon ot disease.^, U would larc a.-, well or t,e
lietter with p«i»'t":ts if all remedies were
almndoned.
if ith
ical Review.
and Foreign Med­
M. & f. L. flllMBEIW,
PhyttiriftHs and f*rnxxist§,
TIPTOX, IOWA.
NIALCHS 1.1
r.llM'S, OILS. TjYE STIFFS.
L.1SS
W.I It WLYDO W
GLASS. V.'JUAISNL.%
TERPKAI LYE,
TOBACCO, SNUFF, CIGAR®,
•aosHr^ 1 v!*t-y so a h,
5a«
i v ». afurd i aoll as cbf*ap as any jf the nier-
Torohto, Chi.ton co., Iuwa, .Nov. 12,
reeh Oyiteri
i!a/a ii.
CtUAK IOIM V
in this
or A ull supply kept constantly
assortment
of
A. GILBERT, agent fcr
Ilium
lows.
Tipton, Nov. 12,1853. nl
LV IR. ^MOWC. W. CMAKMM,JR.
CJKAMSEJS.
eand style of DC.N^.MORE & CH
AM-
Another machine foes r« solicit the attention of the public to
the .-.ime.
intobac o leaves and turn-
ar particulars, enquire where you can
find ou*.
mi
3D^i)
LY Til-' U.
A KKA.
County Offlcer*.
A. BISSKLL, JwlRf
J.' W. CATTKIX. Ch'k.
Terms,
liter, and Tit"1*'
('. BUTTS,
J. H. HIKKLEV. Sheriff.
fS. L)i:\VKLL, Surveyor.
A. 1
'OUD, Coroner.
I 11 11K R, Prosecuting Attorney.
3. K. SNYDER, S-
hrst
except,
Tipton, Iowa.
It
iMPEaiAi, usr's,
with raanv
other
choice kinda, both
rEircntatu.
TOItET ABTKI.iS.
In riwrt, every de*criptim of rood* uiua!ly
i found in limit Mores, at! of whkli aieolftred
-v.- price#.
Also for Sale.
Hr
Wi*tar'» I)al*ai» of Wild Che:
Velloiv li
n k and
Sir.
tb'« Tonic
A. O.
at tha JUUBoad
t.&
,tay
ROBERT M. LONG.
Master. Tipten Iowa.
D- L-
DIMIIict Court.
SW.
E. LEFFIN(^VELL,
Terms second Monday in May and
fourth Monday in September.
•N.
R.
R.
W
J.
i
aiid wherever used acc rdiug to direc­
tions
be niw«t peifect success has been the re­
on
hand
dm cl liotn the Maiiut'act(ir«rs. Also, a large i
I)rtig». Medicines, Pills, Cuugh
Mvdicines, Syrup*,
&.C., Xc.,
by i
Li"n
Cel.:
M. LONG,
N. TAYLOR,}
J.
B.
11
HI I F. C,
rinrrfi
C. HOSKINS,^ I
J. D!' WALKER,
R°c,icstcr
B. W. WALL,
A. BARRK K, V
1). W. HOY,
E. SCHOOLEY,
T. JAMES, —Spnngdale
The Order*.
CEDAR
LODGE. No. 11.
I'.kA
M. meets each Saturday en 1 •n
full moon, in Tipton Iowa.
GOLDEN RILE LODCiE. No. 24,!
ARRIVALS.
of
Liinestic and foreign manufactuMf#.
TOBACCO OF ALL KINDS,
.11.iqaal&es, kepi const* .:
a ha,-.!
A LSO, A
JR3BS3XJ133IS.
Tills etab5i.-hmeiit i« me e.-,nd'iete«' »n ..1
.1 plan that eve-\ man pifi UIU I,U' tbe
f, I hi ^et i.tfi ui'illrV b:u «.
1
V a t- K o W i a w a
ever de*ir«!'i» r^b-ii
•a«nres and cofrifoit-s !,:i ••.•»'.
a
rall
Fom Davenport, every Moud^y uud
Thursday.
Thursday
From Iowa
Bin
:«ke*. i
a **Bev« 1
APPLES,
which are
Saturday.
thereby
on hand
Is
those that are fresh.
Tom always
keejrt on hand the large*! and
best assortment of cigars ever brought to Tip­
ton, coH.prisinj.
For Marion. Mondrv
rnursilay.
For Dubuque, every Tuesday.
F« Fult»n City, every WVdne.-dn
F-r Prairie Dul'h^iii
Sduated 'M miles Smih of
t.n the .Mi'scatiut ii
Z
it ltd iat ify *.• .** i-M'rj
'be place, ai kCailroail iiu/.iiur.
Tt|ion,NovemUr 1-. Vj
THIS
Nur*«ry
wat
4 I I S E K S
Uid.
beyond
ba
County o«rt.
v\Mm H1SSFJX, .Jw'^'i.rttore*
Monday Tn#*dftV
April and August, first Tutsda.
Cedar County
Agricultural
Cieiy.
J. \\. CATTEUi. President.
T. A MIX Vice President.
S. .S. DANIELS, Treasurer.
II. C. PIATT, Secretary.
Cedar County Lefi*Iat«r«.
11
I flow-
er
it
From Fulton Gity, e-.ery Friday. id'iwi should be withcut it.
From Piairie Dul'hein eve,v Tm^hy
t'urday.
i 1 1 "ILliLK I, .lgent r*e.lar countv. I
lor Davenport, every \\,ednt»dv'y where call bt had ding!., medicine, laiicy urti-'
and Saturday |cle», ke., a large a«*#rtuient, and at lowest
For Iowa CV\. •.• Monday and 'Price*- nl Tij'un, 12,
Thursday.
1
ev.
ry Ti
ue.Miay
comme
ninef fcy
p,
•ith It. k. H. A\ery
"•tome. eoKiity.) and i»ele
om their orchard of ov
Ap
111
v
lii lta.ii (.'^bt:ojjiie,
H»i er") verv»cr! tw.d Tar,
GIIJ
8ars*]tarUla,
Sy
rup,
Ayer's Cherry f'ecioval,
JVft *utt'» L.I.- 1'iils and
Pt«j»ni* Bitters,
Giiiman's Man,.i!.ike Lihirnent,
do Ve table and n'i bilifiuji
pUla
If. G. Farrell's Arabian himment,
Bragfa Mu«tang Linimentm.
Aad
many
other
p. iUr mr«,.f
the
Tipton^ Nvv, 1 J. 1H03,
ve years
Humphry.
•ver
3.000
PRICES.
Artix:
—$10 per loo,
dj
sy.v
receive^ f.
Ml'HItLV *. CA.SI.BbLR.
Aovem'.er ?»i, is.Vi. n.t niu.
WilMLS
ATTORN I. Y AM) (,'ul" NsKl,( AT LA W
.SUlJCiniH IX CHAM I Itf,
A :I I)
.Votary Vnlltc
f^OIJ.f.CTIONji p.,,ii^tly attended to. tnd
y reimttanie* made Without delay, strict *•.
tcntmn piid to
NG OINTMENT.
Kr^-i 'du-.
PHYSICIANS
that
tnoxt
?ki:llul
and
cet-
ci rated,
CoeNuuHS
i.
srned in law, Judges
il great celebracy en
e bench, Jvl»iu»'ei*
i th« (lusprl, Mei-
ant# aiid those of
tveiy station, nainc,
nd dr/jree ainoiiu mail
kind—
a'l
of *li"iii,
without onedisytiitii.j
objection, pronounce
*'*, r, Ite Jfooii. Day
bv
iice r. jwrter.
the p-wer
that it
l?u!cer«. Sorec,
day
new
and
new |..oof»ufHi
efficacy are continually developed. It 11
a
tact
of cavil or contradicto r,,
U iiif.-lliiil-lc
in
il.e
cure of all Illinois,
Hums
Tetter*, Piles,
Scrolu-
C''i!,,l«in.«.
Convenes in Tipton Monday evening UHthin the reach of mortal means."
,1. fiSjTFur sale in upton. by A. (iilberf, agent
tU'-Ji
JiHftfc,
N. \THMt RN,^piori
I
i)«
J). PL AT NEK
J. HAhinMN,
K. P. Mi CRADY.
\V. A HI (.'BY.
A. THOMPSON
Scald Head, Sors
'eves W»iii!*v,Croup,Hhematism,
Vue in Mic Farr. Corn*.
llroken Hiea.^f,
k.c.
It completely
tile Insensible Perspiration, and by
1 .,..,1. Month. 1
Ilia means op-ns those svenoes by which
ture intended to expel the morbid maiti)t ot th«
bo()v
_t|ia ,s
tbe ostein clcai.'ci!. the blood
purified, and the lita'tb resided. It has
j.ow
to cause all external Koie*. Scrol'ulmi* Hu-
uiori. Skin llii-cases, ami oiscnons Wounds,
tu discliarjje their putrid matter, and then heal
"'tHs rightly termed all-healinr, for there is
catcelv a disease, external or internal, that it
will net twnefli. Ii has been usid for the l«st
tourtten years for all diseases of the Chest,
Consumption and I.iver. involving the utiroit
danger and iP«po»sibihty, and not in one ca»*
has it failed to benefit when the patient w as
III JTt nf .t W
fwrCedar county, Io*s. ni-ljr
GRAVE.
rl»eenPREMATUREt»i?'
'is a rctr.a.-kab.e
f.-v
th'iii-'i!ids
brmigm to a premature grave bj tif^ee-
ting to take «njut tc-jnd ai.tl eilinent laedicwie 111
time to anest the «our-e of disea«\ ll n
also a s'artlinjr truth that tin usarn!? have b«ii
heralded to an uiitiniHy crave bv the use
i billious Pills.
MANITOU LODGE, No.8,1. O. O.! »nd
a a i a
ia Tipton Iowa. fwrthe ?s!eoi i. J. :UK. .v Cri«:.aJ Smim,
T1 TrvrnrT) vvr W a u\t a v'c I*0*90"
evening, at
7 o'clock,
of
poisono-is nostrum-. Tlie author tfieretore s«*
uif the necessity of some# «1 and ellicu
iit med­
icine, which coald Lc relied upon when the ser­
vice* competent physicians could not be ob­
tained, has been ind iced to offer his MAMA-
LCKE LLMMENI', and AMl-BJU.IOlS
lil.LS to the public. Ihese medicines ate coni-
pouuded
stririij,
hone.-t and fnm nn
able.
ufrar creek"
(ii'ciite.s
virgin purity, being- warranted as purely veget­
40,000 cases 0 rheumatism, burns, ulcers,
sprains, fever-sores, sore throat,
neuralgia, too
ill
ache, head ache, pains in th- bark,side or
ft.
bolls, ring bones, pimples, diarrtwra, hav«- Veil
cured in th»- |:i«t vear. Ai.-" numcrwu-. of
sweeny, palds, :piinis, fisiula, nitf head, big
shoulder, poll evil, sprains,
^laii.lei s,l ttn, cbol-
sc. yellow water, Ate. Thousands who have been
'afflicted wiili disnepsia, liver complaint, head
lache, diseases of the skin, jaundice, nervous
pains of all kinds, lullious aib-ctions, costnr
ness, female affections, Jtc., hsve been restore*
to tierfect health by the use
of
Gilmore's Anti-
IIAIIi
v i i a n e w a i e a n e w v i i y e s
P. & A. M. meets Friday preceding McKmnv -1 irc«isian Huir Tonic. This
full moon in Rochester Iowa. beautiful combination prevent* the hair from
1 fallinjc otf. pi "n:ote« ita growth, and renders it
1 an unequalad remedy
RED CEDAR LODGE No. 20, 1. diarrho-a, llux, choHc, aiid ail pains in the txw
O. O. V. meets every Saturday even
ing in Rochester lou-a. rClSOTs
j» .1
nKTrn
tor
_____ T. J. McRinnv ,H orm Methcme coflta:n»
ar'd
choler*, dysentery,
is
TilC TEMPERANCE A it ll.MA preparation has wornin at »H
Club. No. 7, will meet every Tuesday kinds from the intestine canal when other pup-
at the residence
ol
Mr. JOHS STABS. I
Malls.
N. J. IIAWLEV, Star
^ranted purely veKetablr
arat.ons of gw-t repute failed.
FEVER AND AGUE
io alt it« variois types, permanently cured,
jwith'v.tf injury to the .• Klein, by the ii^e of T.
v 'J. MeRu :.y'a Fever and Acuepilla. T'r* toi.
ic preparation ne*er ha* been It
Try it, and be trusted that aijui i an
Uiis.
be cured
I Agents—A. Gilbert, and Chamlier* &
Tipton X. Baker,
r4
UDiphry. ,.. .nnectujfi'« and
inir
Our Sioek cmi'ists of alM.ut
40.0UO tier-
1
Conveyancing driving Leedt, Moris*.
g?i, Bonds, and olhtr instrument*
of Writing.
lirOXNATtOX Civir.i ijr accABD TO
l-A^D locations, 8te.
Office witli the County jdf-, i„ 0* Co
House, n.iipiiin, Iowa.
Son,
Rochester H»*nry
Lai^,
Mo*iw: Amos Merritle. Fc4eei £. Aaw^er,
Cedar BI olTn.
r. 11 it o w 9
From Muscatine, every Monday and (ESSENCE OF .! A Ait A GINGER
i FH1S KSSKXCE 1* a pieparation of useful
ry anesday JL excellence. In ordinal diarrtura, incip
jient .-boler«, in ^h«»rt. in.all cas«* cl pf(«ti»-
From Mark W,- i-,v «.,d 1^,°'
inabie \a!ue. l/urn the prevalence i I epi
sotu.aay. derate cholera and n,miner^ coinpl.iitt* cfebil
rom Dubuque, every I* ndav. |dren, it i« pecftliarly efficacious no family or
DhPAHTl RI. j'.er of Fifth and Cbestmit Street.% Flutadeb
For Muscatine, every Wednesday and
i0,*« tl!*
pwh*
wnKh only bv I Hsov%k(
,-it hi* lirug ahd Chemical More, N. E. Cor«
a"^
by all tbe ie*pectab'e Ai th
Plio^pt:cTli
mi.
CEDAR COL NTY ADVERTISER
A WtEBLT rArt*.
B»e under»igned,
Tipton
•d.
having
eommmeed tlte p*%-
tieatlon of this paper, in determined t.
mak®
the »aine a uMul paper t» the farmers, me-
I
circle*,
artezans, houwwive*, and family
-j-t,,.
pajM-r w ill
now
be
filled
with
n*e-
ture. Poetical and Biog :i
jducal
iue.h general
beaiinu trees, ea«hng and reflecting individual n, the
Slate.
inuslly of a tuitable size for setting out, an.l! tereat of
.... .. I'will faithfully advocate
Ohi
sketch*
news and intelligence
„»U.. .-Umeiit! ,.f .villi, jio.pw'ity, Ubor ^1
I/mjq.
1 year Irom "raft. $ti p#r*lW.
oi $50 |«-i ,oio.
«a
We'romed
by
lh«
best
in-
Cedar, impartially recording ita
oualy and energetically for its welfare,, nJ to
lay before the world it* litany j,d\ aiUa^e*. It
will he a literary and newi paper yurth tbe
subscription puce to atiy citizen of Iowa.
It
V\
». accompanied with cash, wiU
I'roiHp/tht •Mention.
ill be
INKF
.Ff.JiMiXT
IX AL
l, TUIXOS
XKVTBAI. IN KVIIHINC uiibiasvd and
ATFFT
untram-
meted by any political, local, or other influen­
ces isot wit!,standing it w ill faithfully and itr:-
(partially present very thing in its true lijfbt—
•peaking eely and ca-ndidly on ell *ubire?«
dependir
I i u M, n iti menta an a peoples'* paper
for
its nupjio,!, it will stan upon thi*
platform and fearlessly
which
the bwt inteieiti
aoaiiQunity will
broad
pnraoe
that
cotirw.
of our enlightened
require.
Miirkcta, Hew*, and eaeral In
(IIiK«iice,
will be obtained, end given as soon as
91 SO
i ti» )e
any etb
er pajter west of the northern Mississippi,
TEllUfg.
mlvance
S2 00 at the cj)d
CHARLES SWETLAWB,
fubliiher and Proprietor
Hftm Juwa

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