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Office ia the Oeor House, Tipton, Iowa. nl JOHX HIJBER," Attorney at law Office is the court House, Tipton, lo wa. AT FTBKOW*, A.TT9RNKY AT LAW, 's-jltcstcr in Chance- ry ana Notary Public. K»che ter, Iowa, crowded. ~i3T E. Ei W ARDfl, »:sq. I t4#rue" and C'o inselor at Law, Roches jV trr, Cedar County, Iowa. Wttt. fHACncE IS ALL THE INrsmoe COOBTS. *. LO\», JUSTICEROBT. OF THL PC ACL and Notary Pub lic. Tipton, iowa. nl PCLKCTIC rilVSitiAX m. x. OlANIC tHYSKM AN Residents inTip torj, Ced ir r..v:nty. Iowa. nl FIUEXD & (X l.BERTSO\, EttCHANTS—Dealers 111 Dry Goods,Gro ceries, Hardware, Tipton iowa. i fc 1'ia-e*, B'oki and biatione.y. Ready Made CtufSmg. \aii», Salt, Wooden Ware, Jic., &c. gather at Tipton. low*. nl 811.4W K BACiLEV, MERCHANTS—Dealers MERCHAN1 in iJiTcoods Gro- lewa. rl t. D. DAVIS, MERCHANT—Dealer -Deulei .n Staple Fancy Di v Goeis, Heady M,»de Clothing, Gro ceries, liaidware, 4c. Kocliester, luwa. N. C. iWAXK, MRRCIIA.VT—Dealer in general Mereltw- dise. Ready Made Clothing, #«oti and bhocs, ll»t» and Caps, hc. Rochester, Iowa. ELI AS SHAW BER. MRRCHAN —Dealer in Diy (»ood«. Gro ceries, Crockery, fc". Cedar Bluffa, Ce dn county, Iowa. al JOIlVwEAVElf, I) F.AT.RR IN PROVISIONS, Nut*. Cigars. Tvbaccc, Fruit*, lie., Tipton, Iowa, DtVID PLiTVFR, EALLR IN DKY G(X»DS, Crockery, Gro ceries, Hardware, 4.c. Pioneer, Iowa. 1) THOMAS W. IIARRASf). B^-Dealer in Groceries, Provisions,, ruifi,"Confectioneries, t?. Tipton. Iowa, sternly (i.T.l'OFFKV, GROCE.'l—Dealer in Provisions, Nuts, Ci- Kara, T^bacce, Fruits, 4tc. Rochester, Iowa. nl n. MUT. ADAMS, VCKSMITH—All order, promptly attend ed to. Tipton Iowa. AVNTIN PARIOm, 1 vnDL1? HARNESS, TitU.N't, »ad Valis .viaittjr. Tijtc i, I. wa For the Advertiser. The Goodness of God. O Lord, TTiy goodness we behold In all the works thy i an.! has iiuuk, For in thy Holy word we're told, Thy power the earth's foundations laid. The trees thy wisdom do proclaim As their tali brunch'"* point on high Teach man to tVar thy Holy name, From darkness and from death to fly. The towering mountains tell thy power, The pleasant vales bespeak thy praise, Bat m%n, the richest brightest flewer, la darkness lives, througli all his days. The starry skies proclaim thy love, Thy ruling power, beneath we triCC} All puir.t us thy ihro.ie above, Inviting us to seek thy face. Bat in the gift of thy dear Son, We all may p^ace and pardon find Then, wh»nour labors a'l are done, We'll leave our sorrows all behind. At thy command our souls will rise, And tune our harps to strains of love, WhlUt all the bliss of heaven we'll prize, And ever dwell wilh Gvi above. I passed up the natural avenue PHYSICIANS AND S!7k. eo*. 'office evcrvT-won^nSedVo^ aTso^^^1 a i ree\, |*KY8!CIAN AND SUKiito tvetitstsr, J. Cedar county, inw a. ul W. A. PIATT, pilVSICIAN AND SURGEON, Tipton, C«Uar county. iuva. ul D. S. MARTinr, v.tis J. ^.CREES, nation to fancy that the white handed 1 ftIK a. towards the village church. I entered A popular preachcr was holding forth, .. in ujxui his countenance, a nu w nen ne un- agmes himsell to be an object ol interest.! and the preacher's discourse had inspired HAMiHOMD OO.* |1tl|0 ,ny heart, doubting not tiiut the lair TAF\LHRS IN DRY GOODS. Groceries, 'young damsel possessed kindred feelings •y W icenV' \Var^, Hardware. Boot, and S^ioes, I. .J vitj, ccries, Hardware, Iron, «tc.,fcc. I'ipton, made up of romance, poetry and teuder-, children in it. !ness, 1 on,y M. wart, Crockery, Stc. Tipton,'Iowa. I interchange of sentiment. Her glances in Dry Goodt Gr cenes Crocker), fcc. Kocholer, Iowa, -o URCE* b. JIo*4t.IITO\, "KKCHANTS -Ke»p on hand Heady Made Clothing Boot* and Siioes, Yankee .No- My heart ached with, rapture. gered about the premises until I saw the beautiful woman rest for a length of time believe in not teasing them for amuse-! his countenance, and when he im-. dark-eyed damsel set out for home, alone S0 ,i0ty W0ll ul WN. RAKEB. |a per.llit n,n. ,1 .iiitL Cruel f« to the bonds jf custom! I reached within a stone's throw of her. She suddeuly halted, and turned her face towards me. My heart swelled to bursting. I reached the spot where she stood. She began to speak, and I took oil' my hat, as if doing reverence to an angel. "Are you a pedlar "No, my dear girl that is not my oc cupation." "Well I don't know," continued she, not very bashfully, and eyeing me very .. mt ^,,Kl ,./v n..l iL.tt ,uySt.lf—that wv were drinking to- the fountain of inspiration.- Ilow could it be otherwise I She hnd been born ar«d manured amidst l,iese w*'d ,atj and romantic scenes, and was| n cuuu U At length the benediction was pronounced. I lin- Ncumsa or 1 I thought I saw you in the meeting iiouse, tliat you looked like the' ing about the Bourbon fusiuon, has deep-, ,y|ii pedlar who passed off a pewter Lalf-dol- ly excited Loais Napoleon. He s wring his neck for him and I aiu sure but you're the good-for-nothing rascal after all. Reader, iid you «Ttr tftkf ft shower nit CEDAR coiiTi timitriMit. CkUdrca Ui WM. collar lift them out of a nice seat, take ments. and tl'.,1 little moehnft house was much' children, and form a colony on some stand- bright island, where those people A i A~ tut 1 m,Ki ttOTB WITHOUT flit—SB «IT, *W» ritl WOT. shops and contectioner s saloons) sit t.voj TIPTON, IOWA, SATURDAY, FEB. 11. 1851. I wont with a friend, the other day to look at some "rooms to lot." She llaed the rooms, and the man that owned them liked that she should have them but, of th when kI.v' mentioned that she had chil-jto dren—he stepped six paces off—set his,erly be applied to us as a nation. For teeth together—gulled his waistcoat down, the express benefit of such men, the with a jerk, and said, "JVeoer—4ake—' wheel mould occasionally be reversed, children—marm and some great landmark of the paft Now I'd like to know if that man -.vis should bo specifically pointed out to them, torn grown up ia order that they may more definitely ens, if they happen to "peen'' Take for the following nrytalu- I have a great mind to pick up all the some who e were made up in a hurry, without hearts, incr un, awl 1 soon discovered that 1 must 1 i «j cou dn tfind us or if they did, we just, retain my perpendicular position, as 1 i every seat was crowded. I however pas- sed up the ,i»le until I gat,led a position! »•'»'«—laU grown vp/M, W, where I could have a fair view of «. «r«rt o «teoud dm-( faces of nearly all the congregation looked cunousiv at me,, o all. rrniiri'B .fori was a stranger to them had ioor east u IVmperju.ce House, Tip-1, PP. .' suit us al deserts!) How du you sup- idence. rtuent. and many oi his PKked ,v,M„ce, were beings of a higher sphere. As my feelings! ou^ -_± brKta«^V5id~:!i-? i .. v, A WBEII% The sceaaer with "children" in that way And here is aunt Fanny's rreed, and PHYSICIAN AM) SCRGEO.V, Office a |fliffhts\rere even sublime ia« Dtur Store ot cbaiabsra & Son, 1 «i^m V. •. ^^.i. vou uiay read it to your mother, if you who came to his bouse at mirht, among ll* about it. 1 believe in not teasing them for amuse- mutl an thttn an t0 over or el*., ('a sbntatives in Politics. iar on iiie, about three weeks ago, and so the success ot Nicholas the re-establish- war. I was determined to keep an eye on you. ment of the Bourbons in Fran'-e. Hence,! Brother John has gone home now, and notwithstanding all his present apparent them for jach other Yet I ft looked behind, and I thought she evinced Maine, an.! one in Vermont. Out of them lo let the bar eat up the turkies or some emotion at recognizing me as the i'a. ,5s members now occupying seats in the next they'd know he'd be pitchen' him as fit. stranger of the day. I then quietened the Senate, there a e my pace, and she actually slackened 21 whigs. Their terms expire as follows: free fight?' The turkey told hnn 'it are.'j h0rtation hers, as if to let me come up with her. jgi jn lS5o, 21 in 1857, and the remain-' He said he was impose "Noble young creature!-' thought I—j iUg "JO 111 Progression. dered among the many and ,m the present day, that they are disposed I lttte to know if they Went jot* "'"ry law, ot Conr..-,-.,™!, froin h„ .U flnich right in the world as jrown folks ?j ry originally published inlol, and re-! arn now seated Here is s deter- I begin to feei catamouiit-y about it! print* 1 at New Haven in 1S19: mination expressed. All is premrdita- I liae to know if boarding house "W tioever wears clothes trimmed with keepers (after children have been in a gold, silver bon.« lace, above two shillings ctose school-room for five or six hours, by the yard, shall be presented by the feeding on verbs and pronownO are to grand jurors, «nd8elect men aha U tax put them off with a "second table, lcav-, the oirender at tm) estate. I'd like to know if people in omnibus jng them to stand round in the entries on "A debtor, in prison- swearing he ha« no dye.tub one leg, smiling the dinner, while grown no estate, shall be sold to make satisfaction. mon I.OVC *t first S»fht» id like to know it people in omnious- "No one shall travel, cook victuals,i when a man deliberately takes his seat a THRiLLinc sketch. ®®s are at liberty to take them by the coat Ke shave 1 waited slowly "nee bones to jolt orer the pave-1 or walk 111 his garden or elsewhere ex- 'jas ,r,eJ I Then it was no great stretch of tmagi- 7 i whom were Quakers, Anabaptists, and,. ... of and blessings of the two worlds, wraped in a sort of poetical devotion, I jump round in w^-n they get tluouKh '3 at me of an ani-1 I believe in not giving awa tneir little detected some glances mated character. I need not desciibe the aewations ex- j&n, Were thus divided between the beauties, ^tall^d! "No man .hall hold office who is no. believein nQt oromiHiae lh perienced by a youth when the eyes of a forcro.tino all about it 1 came upon the green. My feelings, themselves, and then perch them on their »No one shall run on the Sahbath day. Tins in a free country. Mr. Wileox holy life, with all their restraints, were v«y poetteal l.~f!round i lonff enough to was conviaed on good and scriptural ev u A ,.. ,.,l SITRCnox, Ureal, .res around me. with their pouting! I brlter. gw« round Ldi.,?wZ^.'»««•« V»» "C. H.. .. OXn t!.« K.S-. Hotel, Tipton, ,nl) ,nlrtM 1 I h»ltfv» in makirur their clothes loose I the remedy for which is worth nothing 1 1 tm. Vrt* I The pauishing them for be- and tlirew all the tenderness into my believe not troubling Bridget and rich illustration of the position ofSeveral charges that are brought against hnn. eyes which the scene, my meditations,! g^jy I believe no house can be properly fur- 1 ADIIISOK I Ull I itt woman's love—her devotion—her truth, of paradise, and house keeper harboring er walked 011 four legs. The bar said tie, as it lo brave us, "Lo! 'tis thus the friends |scietific works, has aptly llustrated tM UFRCHWT—Dealer in ij v oud.' HwA. continued. Several times our eyes met. Little Ferns for Fanny's Liltle Friends. to wm\g none of their necks, but they' men, will you suffer this insulter of Sexatoss ahd CorroaEss, and theib Jlf KKCII ANTS -Ke-p on hand Heady Made and on foot. Oh! that the customs of. Union and necessarily 62 member of the he would be buried under his own roost Orleans will chastise Bedinijet Jupiter, when at its greatest Ul Clothinp, Boot* and Stioes, Y-i.kea .No- »w nit—for we are sur dy Senate. Out of this'number there are one in soul. Cruel formality that throws existing 4 vacancies —one in North Car- else to interfere with his concerns.- 1 up a barrier between hearts made for olina, one in Mississippi, recently filled About this time along come a lion and a 1 jj^j ollowed her. She' by the election of Mr. Brown, one in rooster. They said it would'nt do for'^.jj.j in Vermont. Out of them lo let the bar eat up the turkies or' following Bear S^ry, now going'•- the rounds of the papeis, isdecdedly_, box their ears because the pot I European powers just prior to the alliance! The following is the French appeal: 1 because their beaux didn't which has recently been formed between! Sign. Bedini. Horror! horror! Arri- 1 I ished without it has at least* a dozen his domestic affairs. The gobler 'lowed1 strangled He assassinated women and and I then thought 01 the purity of I believe ch'Mrcn are all that is left us' not be dictated to, not by no bar that ev-: walking in triumph through our towns. ,fcssor Hitchcock, in one of his poDuip* rrayei1 that I migiit enjoy a sweet a person who don't like them, had better did nt want to have no disturbance, a.id of liberty should be treated Men who i vastness of the Universe. Light, al- must do as he wanted'em to, or he'd'people, 37 democrats and into them. So the lion ax'd, 'Is this 1S59. if they thought him her artless and warm heart is supsrior n,e House is composed of 234 mem-! him out. 'Stand yoi bers and five territorial Delegates. Out the lion, 'and couut of this number 161 are democrats, Mr,t!i jm*d the lion and bristled up ries, and 73 are whigs. Imindin either of them a feather, just, fr&f Geo. N. Saunders, the American per)) Consul at London, writes to the herald that 'Louis Napoleon is preparing tor backed hun»elf up in the corner, and Louis Napoleon is preparing tor backed him 11 the grandest scale. It is knowr that he will have, by early spring, an in- »art." [his a free fight V and the bar told 1 1 i. i war in the gravest s-ale. It is known 1 ieIt. "P 111 drappin' hls &R$ UH CB ishmeni lnllit ted for entertaining herttics- on one In a without any meat on them, watery soops,1 Mather says was verily guilty, that he land curdled milk—(that is to say, after had a fair, legal, and candid trial, and 8ays sisted in showing hospitality to strangers! Af) H.« wif.» l,,inv.l sound in the laith, and ianhliil to his do- and whosoever shall ajaaaAi Ry We claim this to be an nge of progress- Irving, Oct. 15,1853. I .on. There are some who get so bewil- Mr raper. Brown_ _Sir. ara noW seate(1 l0' wnte Voua line ln relaUoa t0 my wh,rh wjsh you (n as SOOIf •T? !aLt'7?l *£11 y~r is up, as*! do not wish to take it long. er. I think it is a miserable concern. I Y ours, C. H. Wiucox. These »re the kind ol letters. They are brief and to the point. There is nn trouble I'd like lo know if children are to have ascertain their whereabouts, and be able ^i^'dou'n to^e'pUm^ h« spent in the giddy mazes of the dancet their neck* wrung line so many chick- to dispel the fog which surround* them. Thiy i_cooi excitement no capering about w „jl nerve3 un8lru 8U ,rri in and unvi hc w,! al lhe doo(1. He sea aeserc, cracKing meir nuts ana meir or plav on any instrument ot music, ex-*to the Austnans. Ot Nicholas his reh- i i jokes I'd like to know if, when they have a quarter given them to spend, they must always receive a bad shilling out of it at the stores, in change? or ma up people (who have lunchel at oyster. "No one shall read the book of Com-' ion on record. We nn dream nf a Ln- When dancing is popular piety is low.— bed^, sweep houses, cut hair, or: to stop his paper aud giv«i his opinion ot There is, with the votaries ol the ance, on the Sabbath day. the same. i*n invariable dislike for the Bible and & a r'Sll1 to Hyht* ted up all over the city. it^ is but justice lo Sl«-ao1' be sejited. AH may sit 4,1, jt js 'cept reverentially to and from meeting, down or stand up. Especially when de No one to cross a river, but with ani termined to stop a newspaper, we would authorized ferryman. recommend all men to be "seated." [together. "No food shall be afforded to aQua-| There is a dirt'eroncp of opinion in this ny of, and loves the company Ot other ker, Adamite, or other heretic. world We have five hundred letters vices so well, bean all the BM*h*a «f ft "Every man shall have hia hair f™» honest, though perhaps aimple-min.' aiv»rjing to a cap," fce., &c. ™rnmen,latory ol the Arrowed from paganism:— ... i- But they might have been written hanti- 1 We find the tollowing account of a pun-,, t0 s After con^uhimr with our friends we hung for heresy and apostacv, which con- Alter consu ung wun our irienus we have come to the conclusion that Mr. Wil- tice it are such, but such havo been ef^t him for'18 irresistible. Be it so—belt so. We Pll,m g'ngerbread forchil-ijiidm^the Wilcox." and the Chiel w,ll come to him music and dancing. Salome danced fa*. ilcox, gives a vote to no more. -Cayvfjii ("ftiff. riSab:i!i3--******* Tfee MM FeeHaff at lew It appears that the Papal Nuncio was fine of one! expected to visit the Crescent City a short etna lide, disfranchised.'-fiunwr. 1 ing attention to the act, in th»* French, I injures health, immoral in its tendency, io nf th»» nirw i« Hpc ib»fllv a i entirely exhonorato hnn the weighty inds ol papt is, is dec ilt dly ai come the evening before. 'England, Franco and Turkey against val of the monster liedini Of the assas- .discountenanced by all moral and ordtir I b.-lijve in senling them to schoor Russia: I sin of Bolosrna! Of the hangman Ugo loving people and that there should to where there are bae*s to the benches, and "Oace there waa a tor tuck a phancy, Bassi! V uut has this Bedim done where the school marm has had at least (that he would like to eat a gang of turkeys What has he done# He scalped I go omofferr -so hc sot to work to pick'a uarrel with, Bassi! He skinned his hand,! After *d age, only proves that Baal a prophctt the head gubler 01 the Hock about some of that punishment, he caused him to be are not all dead yet. to ar a 0:1 four democratic delegate* Im rtnuo-jnf the turkies. MS ith that, the bar notj -Loao Caai^siAt Btnisi, tne sure (jumped right slap over into the turkey an to 9wa tail between his legs, ax U p^ uec set's .. ... 1 ble to do about the circumstances, but he. says it he catcnes the teller hell, friendly relations, or ^^"/^nths they took monstrous good care to keep! with Austria, he will, in a fe* u.outl«,. 'i strike for the Italian States, and attempt to hold lhetn as the cost of Austrian ab liance with Russia, and Urn cWwuisks tad Legiti.niAi." ^'aud gizmrd, it was because he lound 'em tougher than he thought 1 8^tc th^[ it was none of his business, and said he'd children! This is the monster who is VasTwaaeor her si/rer, without 1 ss of time he hoped the turkies would'nt oblig.- him have hearts, friends of humanity, free- though apparently visible instantaneously this RcpaE- make 'em see sights.' The turkey sed our soil? No! you will treat him as men 'earth would not be visible on^tluj mooa pole before he'd allow the bar of anybody Next comes, in Italian, the following assassin of 1 go Bassi, the it.** nt Itjftiv. ir Ahnut litrayer of the liberties of Italy, is about Then follows laws t0 Ul( dcath £a or j^LUG as opened his mouth wide enough nUrj,.ri.(i l|ow the whole party. The ,uli —Tins wild in Bolo jiap:ij h„Tal TERMS, $1 80 in Advanoe rasas. p, walr^ luuo ted. Whether on a chair, saw-horse, "f host, it matters not. He had de up his mind to put hi.s solemn opin- Pf,iytr, keep Christmas or Saint's thur coining his thunderbolts against Pa- Where there is much dancing, the dy'."u^•,ll",ceJf,c3•Ja''c' 'PlaV'•»»l»^P»••y• of Nl«»n hi. 8«y hull. .,« but little pmyi.,3. The mi„ddr.w„ cept on a drum, trumpet and Jews-harp. I gious fulminations against the Turks.— lu,et study, and uselul employment, and "The Sabbath day shall begin at sun- Of Caleb Cashing "crushing out" free wraped up in the pleasures of the dance, set on Saturday. soilisin. Of Kionson and tJuihrie load- is disqualified for everything else. Facta No woman shall kiss her child on the ing Paixhans for mutual disti nction. But declare, that society never was any tha Sabbath or fasting day. to us, there is something grander still i |,.n olj)er Vlces wjt|j sna cruelest wuii the hundreds of men, women and ht,ad aml 1 car According lo the article oi war, it is death to stopa aumoa bail. NO. 14. J\«r th't AdvS H«Kta|i Editobs:—With 8 lin Thefe ht nut have bceu anytiling jt j)vvn u a11 your per mission I will submit the following thoughts on the above subject: Dancing, as practiced at the present time, is, 1st—An improper use of time. The Author of our being, he who gives us have a tart kmJ pf wht lni time lv the moment, and with n spe- rial design, certainly never ^intended it to ch amidst the rfvelry of the hall-rooom. It ,0 ^a.mrubly with the sweet, .( five i» worse tfcu idl», so for usefuhx* i 00,1 n Prayw- 2"* «njur«s hetlth. No sensibla Calm and'man, oi woman, ever yet attended bell- ,.Wing of pur- room c.ercise for the benefit of health.- was 19 well _nmvn have been i that JlianV fatal diwwt c°t1,rRrte1 byattendingdances, ^d. It is immoral in its tendency.— there is from lwllvs found associated witfc other vices. "Birds of a feather, Aoc|| Thst that seeks tho couipv There is much more dancing paga% ^on were not seat-'than in christian countries Uteir ed. The week's ironing miiiht have been trous rites are always celebrated wife upon tiie chest. The dye-tub might have JanciDg. been in use. There might have been a I e ... 1 .u 11 1 6th. It has been the favorite amuse* good many things why they could not be "seated." jment of the profligate and licentious aSes- cox does not wish to take our paper lorn?- raged in it. in all atres. The Israelites. Such an understanding of his note Celebrated their worship around the gol» u w Italian, and German languages, were pos- associated with, and dragging so maaf I do not say tliatali who ptaf* den calf at the foot oi Mt. Sinai with fore the incestuous Herod, the result 0C which was that John tho Baptist was b§» headed. We are fotoatf, therefore, t» the con- a-, ,t( the audacious wretch, to profane .travel. he was willin to do what was right, and treat a wild beast. The people of Lon-Uilla second and a quarter afterwards There are 31 States in the that he had never dun nuthin else but don chastised Haynnu the people of New and the sun till eight minutes at the Plan- 'Italians 1 ini, the The renegrade, my lord timl firsl ma^ultU(ie tl|j ,Vt. .nNew Orleans Italians' re- 1 e toarrivt. in iuw wricans. liuiiaus. re ihundred and eighty years and stars of Do your duty." a like inflammatory ex- t0.r ure ena of Brescia, a piopei token of their (has template cinldren 1 tne corner, ana he Republican party, who allowed! fiarWhen the ship Three Bdl» WTL*. |. i ~, w mwiu fy y »h» and for »me ol the turkies, nobody coming week, exiiibit himseli hands of the patriot I'go'hafSlby the Sm FrLtsco for ass*-. Bussi, to be skinuetl be lore he was be- !an,, e Captain, ahiiou^h his vessel replied, iu yet but if the bar did'nt eat Orleans. The lists of the Brewers of he did stand by her. That ws»« London gave to Master Hay nan, the hy- had its origin ia ^,heathenism, that has been practiced by wicked men and women in every ag«( is not only a vice of a dark shade, but ia a nuisance in society, and ought to to fo)md glacis* for it, in this enlighten. lir„nu^. M. tub Lsivrast. Pflt* really requires an appreciable tune «o A tlash «1 liiriitningoccurring oa distance Ifroin us, ul! fifty-two minutes on I I'iaiM till two hours on Neptune till tour hours a on the Star ut Vrega, o 'th« f,,rtv-five years 01 ft of magtlitude, nmf theBi i i beast, wh N A till' one jthe twelfth magnitude, till thousaud yeara -and stars Of this magnitude are visible than -x .hollsa(lli V(ars "t". „u!®i. i.lli ?i.J.. 'period equal to that which has elaps«4 sutlered to beyond tJa» c*p*wty oftiic mind to con- New three days, working the ptunps cons'a&t» no ble speech, from a hero's hc»rM«» s sympathy shad not the same honors be 'Worus fit to be emblazoned on th« proud awarded here to Master Bedin -V Jit mo a1 men', ever raised to a ^ero—• seiUiinenU., which exu.lt the connnaader tand by you if I sink.,' These a?* higher than all the trophies of battle, and a o w n s hir.i with a garland gr« The Country Gentleman, printed at crowns hir.i with a garland greener thfta Albany is printed by girls.- Ex. lever decked the brow of a conqueror.-* Priut a "Country Gentleman" by girls.' Such herouxn ie^eivc# :o be Knuj*abex'jd! Wc may look for 10,000 txtra copies, j—A. /.