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TM"A1)VEHTI«ER?1
PMLIIRtD AT TIHON, IOWA I*tiT
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Single subscriber*. 1 year, in advance, $1.50
u
fit wary description.
n«JCUl«l at this office.
ATTORXK
12 months 2.001
1^5 i
v
months
fbikit of 10, to one aiidre-ss,
RATKH OF ADVIRTISING.
fl££
SO
5,00
For sixteen lines, or le».oiie insertion,
For each contiiiunice,
Cant", not excelling si\- bit#*, per year
iar A liberal discount. issue to those who
aav.-rti* !y tlip year.
A1! advertisements ordered to be inser­
ted without specifying the number of inser
tions. wi'l be onitmiwd until ordered out. and
chaired aceerdinpiy.
•l£T All letters addressed totfae Editorialist
b« fi'SX PAIU.
neatly ai*4 prsaiptiyl
TrOKNKV AT LAW ami Solicitor in
k. Chancery. Tipton. Ctclar county, Iowa.
a. *. ItlsSM.L. VI.LLS sricuu
B18SKLL ft, SI'U til,
AL\TTCR.\iEb
A J' J. AW m.u Solicitor! In
Chancery. Tipton, Cedar county lovra
II. FlATT,
V AT LAW. Oiiice in the Cour
House, Tipton, Iowa. al
JOHN III BER,
1TORNHV AT LAW. Vtiiceii
House, Tipton, low*.
WILL rMACTIti:
i Court
A. I\ BROW*,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Solicitor io Cbaooe
A ry arii! Notary 1'uMic. KoctiCdter, lews.
AtU»rue
«nl
,,
IN A LI.
L|?^ ^,t
TII£ INFCUOa CO U ITS.
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J. w. ULLS
EMS1ippoM?^
OR. GKEb,
PHYSICIAN
«7». .IfARTllvj
OIANIC VHV^iCIAN. Kosiaoaco in
c«ri«,
MERCHA.NT-IhK.Ur
HJK
toa, Cedar vvt. ul
FRIK10 hTi |THK,KT«M»\7
ERC'H.W !*-i'er^ bry
ljejfs(Gro-
Hs.r.i\viif, at,.., lipif.ii icwa. I
W. II unu.VD fc CO.,
Dft.\LEKSWar«?,
IN DRIf liOODS, Groceries,
Queen's !1 ir.l .vai liontnaiid Shoe*.
hadtilns, H.iuki mid S dtionery, Ready Made
Clothing, «il», S.iIt, Wooden Ware, A.c., fcc, |,rui1
Tipton, lo««. til
siliw fcB.ira.Ki,
j^JEUCHANTS
ita cent:
Iowa.
MEBCIIANT
X. tKI.K.
l( l'"UCH A\T-~Iit.»ier in
S
general
ISL.1.4 N MM
MKUCHANI
Do.il.r
ctfiii"*, Cri.rkery, X.'
4ar county, 1. wu
DKAI.KU
IX PKOV ISIO.NS, Nuts, (Xgttt.
Tobacco, F: mts Tn»U.n, Iowa,
THOINAM W. H4RR IM.
CKIt—U^ALER in
GROCPRIE^. PR.
GT.
Yd Aammtaai*
8s dm
For the Advertiser.
tat fwt Tbf Wrary.
AmA is there rest. unending rest,
fceyoni life's checkered scenes?
"Will the frt-ed spirit never taste
The cup of woe apiin
Will ihere U9 sad farewell be SfNitart,
The teat of sorrow never abed.
Will not tbf linka of hive W broken,
Kor font) ones raoiirtte the early dead?
Hill the lone heart hv irriuf oppressed
Once more ita youth regain?
And will it erer, ever rest
Nor feel aic*m the stiiii nf pain?
And when I've done with all below,
Drank all iuy cuo contains.
Shall I •rgi tins crushing \vo^
()h tell me, ie there rest for tae Y
And shall we know our lost ones there!
In that brirht world above?
•Hih form Divine a* angels wear.
And knowing, *hall we love
S|
ikUninvHH (Virdf.
WM. H. TITHII.L,
All! still love on through changeless time,
Quench there this deathless thirst
Oh bear me h«ne« to that bright clime,—
Give to the wt?ary rest.
c. 1. BOTDB*.
President, Hon. Zadok Piatt, the lecturer
Jb* f*Io JCUW%flCIH Kfta sublime a subject ia more than 1 can hope Tha1?to be hated, rwh but to be
Sf
fc ACb W4J
N°!,rr
I)HY5fc.lA\S AM) srnunoN Oflle8|the
PHYSICIAN
senses that we enjoy, are tne commonest
-goods given us we fail to acknowledge
in1
one door eaat u: IVmperauce House, Tip- days of inspired man the powers ot
ion, Iowa. mi. ^nagic do not approximate tl»at ol the
A.NL» aUUGKN.
C« I» Cll.tnBKIUI, steam-press, or the skill of the niun who inti
the Drug Stare oi Chambers &. sLn, 1 i|»ion has clothed the worid above and around ju. nation is free, and vice verta.
ns with splendor, it is the be all and the jjje Greeks:
it-nd all of our existance and to some it
Iis.
ev.,Ml.
inore thau ll,e
iom%. hi which it serves to per|etuate. In the
——»'daily press the merchant gagues what
I are to him the great transactions of life.
1
W. 1. PIATT,
^'i'
AND M'HGfciON, Tipton,
eda. k' .wnty Iowa. nl
s'ns
I to
tthors
I).,
.«p.kw.-r„. ho»-atueu.hould conJu,. him-
not
lac
i.vunseior at Law, Roches- i l°r* The greatest blessings bestowed. The newsjmper should nothing extefi
ler, (Jwla.r County, Iowa. upon the woild arc those which are least uate,nor set down aught 111 malice but
npprei'iated. The air we breathe, the
£iOUS
'ferooJ
in i),* Goods Gr tutions it is no compliment to our country
i.i(i:t:\ MiAiKanov,
t| KUCHA IV. on baud ii-.tdy Made
i.l|L ClotM ai.d S .o. 'i. ^.iuk.r«No
notn. Dry t.o il*. Orocerie*, &c. Rochester, be "a history #f the world for on
C#dar county, lewa. nl
press. Bu
visions,
ouf. ctiuiiurie*, 4c.: T.pton, |owra.
i,. T. COFFE1,
fl
vT irars, Tobaseo, Pnrtta,
lo«a.
Ci-
ate..
Roeliester.
ul
IT. H. ADAMS,
JMg4GJE&MFni.*-<All order* pracafKly stUmt
II od t«, Tipton Iowa.
n
ArjOTV V BISONS,
AVIK*: 'tARNt:^ TRI'.NK, irtd, VMfi I
CyMaVer. Ti|'*on, fjwit. I
thai
MiM»ke thus• nrtuniJ it fit..n"r .iwutM •urrounrt,n,f
The art preservative of all others isif ,P'r former should noL|ion3
a
'that ol Piinting. To do justice to SO| f.yice is a mn«fer of sn.'b bM«»ous tni^n,
stlould
a
1
oniv worker 01 iniracit^s Bioce me content they bring to
0I14
ll n
ignorance should not be
who ought to be better infor.apd. The ,t\Un
immoralitv. I have heard it re-
IK*
a gci
but when he altered his sys
IAN 1 Dealei» in Dry tioods^ Gro- ity followed him. I ha
a. H,iriw are. Iruii, &c., &c. I iLtton, ,L
1(|*
ol
immoral prints than as
r.
,, 1
IJr
n
Ol vUJ 1 I|2M IUI iOH«* uIIU vVivIK "U'.'H 111911* *ii*t I i
tutions it is no compliment to our country
-guiia, ana oi
Let tne press not tlitt ehicl
passion* of a aan^ol whom it
said
H'* word gnll bit t"Bgif is fire
Hit soul too base for generous iv
TIVTK wimorr rcaa—at jUVt, a*i r«»a *ot.
is, "Oood will toward men lot flight,
common sense and morality l»e defended.
TIPTON, IOWA. SATURDAY, FEB. 4, ls"»l.
••You have the !el»ers Cadmus gav«
Think y.'ti he meant theai for stave
The Alexandrian library was destroy
ed by a Chinese Emperor the Mussul
man tyrants destroyed all the literary
works they could. The press is the
leJiarged on the political or commercial |(iuiduiaid of freedom. To the tyrants of Z,TUn''\Z'^a,Ju U
press, but to the errors of its informants,' Europe I say
ha$ yH iif[m
best intentions of the controllers ol the pri)tl(! to the dust, oppression shall be Irarl'd
public press are often construed into the Her name, hpr n»tute withered from fie worti!.**
worst motives, and the worst into the fmporlHuce
best. Public sentimeut gives tone to the!
Not)uug
public press and if so, who is responsi-1
ble
paper better supported than one which pure air
speaks the truth where it ougtit to be jbedrooms, school-rooms, etc., is a subject
spoken, whose is the fault? When the
pub!i ce-ises to pay for immoral news- i
papers their proprietors will cease to tb*
not
have drawn EE
'jture more as aescrip'ive ol the true au
V
a
defense
of the men wiio are base enough to pan- ithe impure aud poisonous air therein, 'to
,l.,n«4'. dcr l„ u d..,,rav„l ^.I.Uc opinio,,. TIk- b,. h.Wed by tl« muiue., oft^wrJ. ""J"
1
ry
aa
inatiotis are, but the press will tell yo« ,,ess of heart aiid purity of rharacter, to
Tfce loral, Bl.torlril and s'atMkal rover «fl Sabbath, which I wish it never did but it, course which should ever be observed. 'ir-1,0.. I tl
sj'jefk fr"ely and fairly all things
^^7^1^ fe,wn^
0
Oiftce a jniilkcs words for the millions. This art and ignorance where the press is
The
BY .UK HON. i-HAsri s hkoues. ,»ell as a good citizen and a Chnstiaii... j,naril ...... p....Fern is a verv nrac-1 .1' i
Last evenintr Mr. Brooks lectured asi^ntleman Where the preacher of the i i n .i^ are mounting guard at the Treusurv. and
i .u *1 u- i ....... K (j^mu iiidn. •imiiuie pi*^ner oi ine ,lta ,b)mestic lady that, in all the
above at the Mechanics Institute, No. 1 'gospel has never been heard, it is and it ,• biHise-Leemmr cookerv
Bowery. There were about fifty persons ^as
present. Alter In-ing introduce/by the ,.llgK)us teachers have. The eye is less vernment ami education o tldren Wi t°r ""i
s more essential to the pres-
a't'l0U^h ma'
evt*ry one»
Yet
lu
many
lionable in thi# in
'njur'0u#
to
day
tins is particularly true of American ,0,ie
tbe'r
ev"
whloh we know uut the exlent
licentious, than in any from "Larabee's Evidences," are
,.ry. I «pt-au ofth, ,,-nod^l,a!)1,t„priat,.
DtVID PJLITSEII, {neither free schools nor prinfing, as the than our churches. Fifty, sixty, and the past and her readers will douNb ss
EAI.KRIN DHY »|)S. ('lottery, 6f»-j onner led to heresy and the latter to re-1sometimes a hundred children are confin- be glnd to know that her present is full
ceiies, Hardware, At«•. Pioneer,loiia. Jbtdlion. A similar sentiment WAS utter-'ed for six hours or more in a close, hoi,, ot Itappii.ess, and Iter future radient with
ed during the present December in Con-! seven-by-nine room, affording hardly air' prumife.
gress. i would 1
could forget that there enough for a good-sized grasshopper.—j Cicri.v,
ever bus been suuh a thing us a licentious Neither parents nor teachers appear to be{
marked of a popular editor that he tried school rooms of Cedar county which have lively children were theirs, and all those The scamp need not have advertised
v ,,v luv 3,1
ceties Crockerj, &c. Ro«*he*t»r, Iowa, -o to sav that the nress is freer lie re with- The following remarks which we extract dear home aide, the Angel of Death if .he bed he dies upon would
supply of air.
The proper principle"of the public press |scanty supply it isonrown fault."
to say that the press is freer here, with- The following remarks which we extract dear home circle
out being more licentious, than in any from "Larabee's Evidences," are very brooded over a desolate heart,, Mone, with a strong crons-Uun ovei^head.
other couiii- ^.r.i,
casting a shadow so broad and deep arid
very!
,clam|
t!us su4
8
urke ha Jilined a new^immr to i i i I long as to nil the whole horizon ot ntr|
newspapers. Census returns show some "Many of oar churches, especially in V011 b-arn of them, read bet book glared the Shepherd oflhrVnltey,.
t,,.le Faacv p'aci benighted a Virginian represen- 'tlie west, are but little better than the^ Hge howmuch of sorrow most 'Roman Catho
he pajior jmblished uttfier|,anH
Jti Dry Goo •. lt-ac.y M., it LioUnnjf, Gro-1 e once ioa?te1 thai there w«re no I i auuitta oiacic Mote, lln v ate small, J"""" mppn«iw«i »r» it umld lmo n. o ol the Bishop ol Nt. Louis.
ceites, Haidware, air.. ^"-ter, lews. |newspap«»rs in his district and I found very low in the ceiling, and poorly sup. been thus depicted. "We are not tho frmjtd of popular ed-j off like a lamb. An actual fact! There
X. c. 4\H, there were there more people who could I plied with windows and doors. In these! But bright days have dawned for Fan- location as at present understood. Th i» many a .dip between the cup aud tbf
MERCttANT~-ie*ier u.'
Me#efcia. »ot read and write than in any other part I the people are packed close as a box of.ny. Abounding wealth is fast flowing 1 popularity of a humbug shall neyet, w e i lip. k'ufkerhttkcr.
ifl dis.-. Ready Made CioUm.*, Root* and of Virginia. Il is said the tirst paper heriings, till fhey ferment and putrily. iu: nobb* and powerful aud true friends trust, lead us to support it. VVe do not
Mmea, Hats and Caps, *e. knebester, !«»wa. published in Virginia was Williams- In our small towns the same room is gen- have gathered round and these with believe that the "masses." as our modern
Gov. W. Berk ley said to the Lords of the struct the sexton on ventilatingthe house, e* which necessarily attend success like spected, ihan they
-1
Colonies that he thanked Cod there werej Our scheof-houses are generally worse hers, are making ample n-paration for
phere more than forty miles high, a*frl
extending all over the earth, and it costs
nothing to use it. If w« suffer from a
jli
Wka l« Fan*i lr»
Now that some IhirtV thousand homes
JMay I never see the day when any have been mad.' brighter and happier l»y g*uce is contained in a letter received by
'Church or party (even my own) shall the introductionoi Fern Leaves to their Jcseph Alralutm, ol IkiMo!, fioin a
Icri'af.'d knowli-dij^. oi.d .vit), .h- h.ppi- in uu.tM.al il.vr.-.-. Young ntM .1,1 gold about
ness of mankind there is no class to the great and the humble men, women '.'lln^Ulf
whom it has not a word to say it is one and children-those who never read a C!' 1
fits broad pages is illustrated all that 1 dr. no, fe,d liWrtv tn lift ih..
originated more heresies that wardrobes in order'ai the care tro- y n
the ear what may be ^und v^Val
honM
w
i« smatwHeuiov are me co nmonesi -r i blest circumstances, to throw an airof|ahade. Eighteen thousand ounces have compunied her tjenevoience. The widrJW
i"*»Tif'F oi.' Till'' vvki'v iv» Ph cifts of life- in the abundance of the i
|j men. To it men of rank and cir
8
'nen„
s
i |»"i*"11 -liJ*" saTiL
n
al
aioun('
a,
on V worker ol inirach* siisce the ont..nt tbev brirnr to the benrt of everv i u A rauoii, alio u» j^n ,uesi ex
to the M*n oi e\ery
cln
who follows them as a. g-uidtf- What.
the sun |S to the worU tho pr
t0
het'
crusii any other by any means wii:ttever.( aocinl circles, the question, Who is Fan- relative in Hobnrt Town, and handed to tail.
1 think it is lietter for all creeds when'ny Fern? and What is Fannv Fern? «»'»V th** latt*r gentleman. For renWy! A fishing rod and tw \v*alkia( stick*,
«nne half is wtitrhing the other. That is appeal strongly not only to the' euriositv, "taithnij mtelligence a Iwati everythinfif! made a hurfirane.
Hot nejrlettmg their own business.— but to tlw» ftyiiijmthieM ot the public. There that has ye leached us from that golden A knock-down arjfOWMMSt, wltb tll# itn
There is tfood ill others to be iinit tied asi is
pages is illustrated all that I do not feel at liberty to lift the veil from ,,
ipleases the ear, charms the eye and' her incognito but in speaking of her pri- i
W instru'tion to .he miinl. f», H1 dutr.rt.-r nnd perion.! i
does not preach from a consecraied I think that 1 shall be doing no violence
........ church, though sometimes it does on the to tiiose principles of courteous inter-
sonage can stand th® U»at of intimate ac- jl»"
8e,,t,mcn,,•
thal ,l ,S
"If I can show a depraved news- lervation of health, than the free use of erating on mind of great strength and I bad. and borrowed every cent in and a twinkling from peanuts to poli
The necessity of ventilating' brilliancy, and a heart as loving and true mother's possession and then lelt town. jcs. He finishes his i-ducatirtuitt ll,gO«»
as ever beat in woman's breast, has pro-. For the past three months he has kept jnt0 business at 19, marries at 20, an(f |l
duced that being who is now electrifying himsell from nakedness and staivntion I bankrupt at 21."
nileman, arid nearly starved fallen under our notice, are very objec i happmesses which superior ben.os (ortu- that he would pay no debts of my ,n-,
nately situated, can secure, «vere lavish*
ingly" showered U}HU them. Theirs was
ter, when suecessive fires are kept up. one of those blissful unions which are so
The closeness of rooms which confine rare on earth, and which, alas are so drel not content with living at the ex-
h™ken\A
i i .,..1,1.,. ti.o i i. -i A bo«i le i, sudden and merciless her (money, he publwnes an outrageous lie.
r.j' :, e if the elories inmates, is o ten w-j tbe sleep that knows no IJu bed and board! indeed if left to
nVmir'nwiii lit ions li^d witl aueh iiiMf
wart, Crocker v, fce. lipton, Iowa. 1 ... i _r.i ,i... ,,i..' husband slept the sieep that knows no Hit bed and board! indeed il lelt to. i|j8 consecutive answers proved sntisi'ao*
lory to the insp'ettr», and he WHS ad*
intense desire on the part of lens of land. Mi. Abraham from the personal predion it made.
Well as bad to be avoided. A uewsp&> thousands to know eotoetbing of the wfi- k«ou le,! »e he hns of his relative.knows lie i Tiie world in a miniature very old copy
per, like the player before Hamlet and tcr who has so swept the chords of their would not impose upon ot|««rti nnd doe» —f'uLd.
his un. Ie, should not oulv be an -'abstract' hearts —who hns «o irrisistibly moved tvn believe he is likely to be imposed up- i A pound of butter from the cream of a
and brief chronicle, "but should showthe them to laughter and tn tears thev would himself,— [London baily News. joke, ami a cheese from the ttailk of hti
very a»je ami body of the times, their: lucerne more intimatelv acquainted with HUBART Tow*. September 8, 18W.~!lnA"
I§rm and presence it sliould be a map her whom thev so much admire and love.
4lIt-
^1 life, "its iluctuations and its vast con- Ir is one ol tlie most blessed privileges knownu, how a'-'T'y intere. tuifi: am y|K M(.XRans, little ot Ampudia s dan
,«'inS» Gcogtaphy will tell yon where of genius, when un.tel with *re«t good-
w 11
'what they are, and what they have been win the esteem, and sympathy, and love i V ?o '"!i .* A" .''.k',1! '^jirag'ment of th* iron 1 tike.
jdoing from the twn of creation. The of the wistnrt and best of nmnkind and V... i "n,i,,i/»n'IJii A fintfer-pi'at from the road to mm.
newspaper press has cheapened and in- this hns been the case with Fanny Fern i-KU 5 .S
tl
fV""
ol the greatest achievements ol scientific book before, read the Fern Leavts and 'j .» i I he faith thrft Henry Vltl defended,
know some- tmned, from tht immense disco** j.ftjj,Pr th« worse for th«- scufl«».
invention, and it is ever contributing to laugh and cry, ami yearn to
demonstrate the inventions of others thing »f the gifted lieing WIK wrote it .E"P_RU
V.MI
!MT dl8*T
v-hic.h th.-possessor ol abundant „.rs0,is,
ia„»n, (who are genuine Ferns,) and
watr
,.ss i9
is xm]
man—it scatters bigotoy, passion ,Vcta.
fre
The
^o jjueresti,^ and
lU
,ke i»l«v of her mind and heart
mteresting and happy
It is seldom that a distinguished per-
1
acknowledged he public. i»larried to a man in every'by the exercise of myself and relatives,)
.,
healtli, and is an making, and on the »pi»t where he was .himself his bed would be nothing but a
tiie i *'l o*r suffering from a defieient been tremendo»is lately-—in *rwnr places lima the divisian of labor is
st extent. "rt
WU!»
gc:- c.liy. 1* wuiiid yuW%UA pieus-
lit lltTIMIt.rr
auia *&uuu&
IvtraMillatt) \ew« freaa itKraUU.
Tiit ioiiovung ••xiraoniinaiy intel&«
Ml
^I \nl
1 ZJ*
tuK fi Mrt.
from
1 K Y. T,LB
ful1 of earth
th,'v
St 1UIU
out among the '"Kg* r«.
ig gu
mys- tin* sailors of th
keep
"Sally one ol the hals
^uaintnnceship, but this is not the ease: To the public: Whereas, my husband.
wiih Fanny Fern. All who come with- Edward II Jonep, has falsely advertised brary Association, in Boston, on Monday
in the influence of her presence and con- that 1 have left his bed aud boaid,and he evening, lie alluded to Young America
versation, are at once led captive by her ^will pay no debts of my contracting, &c.,'m he following style:
genius and unmistakable goutiness of this is to inform the public that the afore. "Our children show extraordinary bfe
heart. She is so bnlha^t, so sensible, said Edward II. Jones had neither bed cocity- The Mi«s drops the bib in the
so good, and so just in all her views and nor board for ine to leave, he having been evening, and dons the bodice in the
impossible to with- living at the expense of my lather and.
|hold one's respect, admiration and es- turfiier, under pretense oi procuring mo-} „|e jurilp from Ute cradle to the cotillion-,
teem, and wonder how such a splendid-ney to pay his way lo Birmingham, lV»n-! from pnp to the jiolka. The tay— kit
creature has lived so long in the world jnecticnt, he borrowed a dollar Irom my I
without having been found out before. {father, and with that paid for this lying i„ )ie word -feels insulted a he is met
Fanny Fern has had much and varied'advertisement against rnc, and even alter in i|ic street, and not called -Mister.*
exjenence ol joy and sorrow, which op- 'that dastardly act he took all the money j|t. ,j0pS
resp-ct worthy of her, she livd happily as he squanders everything his inborn la-. ft^TThere was much puzzling of strat**
sufficiently practiced. Many of the. for many years. Abundant ricnes and ziness will allo%v him to earn. voters at the polls. At one of them ft
o(
RVM'S
H,,d
I lltll i
OL~jWont to sit dispensing happiness to his board, and I soould not be much surprised
|10„ld be,%' T""JZ' w^o.T'Tr"h«i IT*.
but ue ui tnwb aiyl. firavtMfld by every jiuture. Of the days and months and The following paragraphs are ex-j
last fifty
nation.
Ik*
ol boards
Kef'.rifKition, and partkularly within the|'£,v^ent
(,r
.as itmde an atitws- the snowiins fallen to 'the depth of seven -earned out tu its utmost extent. Witen-j "b^ pSig lo' Uie'suprem^W
leet—stopping up tlie ranrouds and h^(h-|eve[ a man is sti U) digging a well, there
(are
tire to chronicle the fall of a foot or so of ing. We do not »ae that k» fan few iia-1 «iers derive the, moal advantage from
ftuow out this way.—L'jrr ^proved on, S railr. ads.
TERMS, $1 50 in AdvancW.
S,",u' bn»,,M
10
NIumo ol ?nc
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an some n
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hicli taste and elegance and inge- k,,ows how al! 'this will end. (Hobarr try mansions, was nccostomi-d, once a
nuity and tireless energy c*n bestow Town, September 5.) —By the steamer week or oftener, to distribute among t|M
that in short, in making ot home a para- j'ro,n iieeiong this day, I find that a gold'poor a certian quantity ol bread. Sh«
dise, Fanny Fern is as superior as she is quarry has been discovered near (ieelong,i bestowed the gilt with her own hand, and
as a writer. Her exquisite tasu- has al- nxj i j,)
t(
ways enabled her, even when in the hum- earth .putting all other diggings in the soft words nnd gentle aetions winch «e-
her dwelling and her been taken out in three day by a few and the orphan "rose up and ml led her
an
.ment prevails.—[Bristol Sournal.
fi,ul
NO. 13.
i j.ii J-I
luriositi'*,
A !-r i nuU'. Horn Lm-i'S last ihirt.
A tptandnrv with a man in it.
Ilall a doz.-n leathers irom a gta'eock
rro,rl the l,u,f
y^'i der on them.
,H '"i r*0|1
Smw
,he
•'u?h f1™
'en-penny nails, made from*
*l,,"'r,'
Tjl,.
s.ur'a(tf'
1
a
ortfeT,nil1
.* The pearl that Cleopartra drank and
»ca!e*
,U,„aI.
®l,iia,u'lt Musket and lewder horn of a ^hootidf
the two d^moinls that cut one another.
Some ot the eels that were used to be-
''j
in* .Piiui«l.
\V
l,r°ken
l"g
.1
A binge from the gates of death atl£
8n
V,P,0'
,vo[la bl ,, ^rilrtr^l.Su-^C F™ A p.m«. of tk, o
,,ra»|late.
THC
mount sentry at the banns. Tlie Mtlita-lan abbreviation ol the Saxon" leofday#"
The mtfe
hen ufflueift
one person got a^lump w^h- blessed the destitute and the a.Hicted
1
WO***'* RIOITI AMIHTIB.—IV'e
f"»^ing in an exchange paper.
„tr that the child wasnH
TraM'LAPT.'—The name lady is
k
»bt»ut!which signifies brtaJ-$uxr.
a,d
with all cm attrac Military already there, (loodness only tamittes resided constantly at th»»ir coun*
.tress ot a manor, at a tune wl
.0t from the surface of the made the hearts of the needy glad by the
recounted her praise ail classes of the
poor embalmed her in their affeetions:At
the Itofday. the giver of bread ami di#»
penser of comfort, a sort of ministering
spirit in a world of sorrow. Who is
lady now ,r
Jvvtvtui Antaic*.—in PresiddM
Allen's lecture before the Mercantile IiU
niora
iiig, and the !el!e makes but a stn-
we
^ave no boys now— yonng gentleman
fr0,n
new come
3l
.if
to
tractiug, for the publie well mows that. He was sasped-d of not being "right*
he would not pay even his own. i by a man who winnedat & "challerig»!T,'*
He is a lazy, ungrateful, loafing sconn-'
fl""dl^'
haby eaplo the beaver.^
of a Patlander presented him-
exercise the right of »sulira#»^
wjin t^U8 ijj'.erjMsed
11
Are vcu natural-
ized "Yes, I was." '•Whenl" "A
SJH'II ago—an" more V "How long have
N- l™™'™ owru^uu.i.e. |,n.d |„.r,.(» -GoSn'o# ««!.. mootta."
vai'iced to the polls to deposite his vole,
w
jiea
SAH\H A.
hooded over a desolate hearth Moms with a strong rro«.v.^iW over head. -Holland's, the inimitable cammed.an.
a vva
itlt a late as clerical as
him*, lf,bt'r"'"
mari
^'wwed, I will not speak. If traded froin an editorial that lately ap- —I,M,k out!—have you ever been waxi-
na
vot(
have been since the!of Montimartre was sent for.
one hundred years—since "U1
Lord Brougluun caugnt the mania •f ."
teaching them to rend, and commom. attnl
taM
*'"1
under tone, but a very significant
,ier, said "Pat, I'm your fri«nd
iedr "I never was." "Then you
It's
tt
oa
bigamy -State's pris-
i» uicip^.ul voter was le«l
E»*PTCTS
or *rr
EMETIC.
,u"'
WIi
,hr'nv
"The We# that teaching- people to read 'priiacij.«llv in ten sous piwe*.
:wo others employed to do lua grunt-! prodMreraand net the consa-
-Here is ona
St,d
He,, that s«i ^ru^iderable
"r forcel by any emetic
.t0 sciemx However let him take
a,M
disease to a large portion of the English1, V 'l°"r
tt*Jtering consequences will
a,t|'wards,
the
bve fran-'s, but in small
the nobleal
httman char
who profess
does honor to
works under
"isity, and feearsup against

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