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VTEIJLM 87100, PROPRIETOR. VOL. 1. f|e ^bbtrtistr. FUBtlSOEP AT TIFT01*, IOWA IVCBT SATURDAY IWORIfllftt. U I «.rte juhscribers, 1 year, is advance. $1 60 "T It Booths 2 00 CT**S of 10, to OP* address, 1 25 JUTES OF ADVERTISING. For sixteen linef, insertion, $1 no For each continuance, N| Card' not encoding MX linea, per year, no ry- A liberal discount made to thoae who xivertiw by tba year. All advertisements ordered to be uiaei ted without specifying the number of inser tions, will be continued unti! ordered out. ami •chaffed accordingly. /r* \U letters addressed to the Editor must beTOSr PAID. JOBWOZUK, Of every description, neatly and promptly executed at thia office. —wsBrasr 5 VriH.H.TllTHILL, ATTORNEY AT LAW and Solicitor Chancery. Tipton, Cedar county, Iowa E A Y E 1TT0INEI A»l CWHIBWl IT LAV, MUSCATINE, IOWA. [TILL nftctice in the 8th Judicial Diatrict AV ^Iw'bVand sell lUal Estate. fnUSm JOHNMIl Office ia the Court, A 11 uy and aell lUal Estate JOHN H17BCB TTORNBY AT LAW House, Tipton, Iowa^ BI89E LlTfclPIC E R, ATTORNIES AT LAW and Soliciters in Chancery. Tipton, jCedar county Iowa H. P1AW. ATTORNBY a: I*w and Notary PaWlc, Tipton, Iowa. «**0«ce ia tie court house, with the Recorder. 11,7 GEO. w. CLAAA. I -RUSH CLARK, It BROTHER, JtHoffy* a*d CLABE Counselor (t Law, Ihlicitors in Chancery. IOWA CITY, IOWA. HP practice ia the diferent coarta of thia State nl9 BOBT. M. LOXU, CST1CE OF THE PEACE and Notary Pub lic. Tipton, Iowa. "1 .WILLIAM «. WOODWARD Jttvrney and Counselor al Law and Solicitor in Chancery, MiacATiwa, IOWA. Will practice in the Diatrict and Supreme courts of thia State. WILLIAM HADDOCK, ATTORNEY AT I~1W. ANAMOSA, JOHBB COt NTY, IOWA. WII.L practice in the different courts of Iowa, and attend to conveyancing, and the col lection of notes and accounts. FRAXfU, WALTON fc WARREN, WHOLESALE DRUC.r.lST Xo. IS, NOBTH MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. V. IBANCta. aoaT. a: WALTON: T.H.WAaa**. A A O N I E DEALER IN DRCG8 MEDICINES. lve Stuffs, Painta, Oils, Clana. tjroicrieN i"auJie's, Toy*, Hardware and Fancy Notions.— Tipton, Iowa. V. L. CHAMBERi, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, a the Drug Store of Chambers Son, 1 ipton REVIOLIW fc fURMER PHYSl« lAN5 AND SUROLONx Oftce one door east of Temperauce House, Tip ton, Iowa. ®J Bit 8TOE CHAMBERS h. SOW DRI (iUISTR and Dealers in groceries Oila Paints, Dye Bluffs, Coafectionanea, 'Hard ware, 4-c. Tipton, Iowa. CLECTIC PHYSICIAN a»4 8URGE0N, Mice opposite the Eajfle Hotel, Tiptoa Iowa. E DR. W. GREEN HYSiCiAN AND SUROEOJ., Rochester Cedar county, Iowa. nl JAMES M. CHAMBERS SKALEa 11* Witihet Jmtry, piau, ~*ud"sUver ware. Tipton Iowa. DEALERSWare,Hardware,A MERCHANTS«b w»tch** clock* and Jewelry, carefully repaired and *m reeled. •31 JOHN LIMP k- CO.—Wholesale and retail dealers in Dry Goods.Groceriea, Hardware. Qucensware, Bootaand Shoes, Clothing, Hata Cap*, Nail*, Ac Second at. Muscatine, Iowa. ET/IAS IHAWBER. ERCHAN r—Dealer in Dry Gwdt, Gro ifA ceries, Crockery, fcc. Ceaar Bluffs, te ller connty, Iowa. w. HARMRB 436., IN DRY GOODS, Groceries Queen's Boots and Shoe* Baddies, Books and Stationery, Ready Made Clothing, Nails, Salt, Wooden Wars, tc.,fce. Tipton, Iowa. B* I S A A N A E E TAZZjOR* Men and Boys Garments cut and made to orile, ID the latent and mo»t Improved Tipton, Iowa. P1 JO inr Die K I NSUIS fit BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. UkA general amort went kept coneUntly on bend. Tiptoa, Iowa. URF.EN !He!»AC4»HTOW, -keep on hand Ready Made Clothing, Boota and Shoes, Yankee No tions, Dry Goods, Groceries, Jic. Rochester, Cedar county, Iowa. SAMUEL DEWELL, svaTBToa or esoAa COUNTY, IOWA. WILL be happ- to wait upon all those who desire his servicee. He is prepared to do sur viving with correctness and dispatch. Office in the Court House, Tipton, loam. Deputy .. JoatrH Srriia, of Sprinidale Townjhip, jifsidence at Samuel King's, 2 miles west from lickory Grove. GEO. WIHSTLSB, remdence it Tipton. WTUAMMJSV- Iowa City. One door e*nt of Iha Poat OMce. Itak Books, of all kinds, kept constant ly on hand. _nol foWJV-tOf& X)/ BUILDING LOTS, in the town of Tipton very desirably situated, are offered lo 'ale at reasonable prices, by „_tT1.. E S A W Y E & O Forwarding and Commission TKAMDU.iT AG FATS, MERCHANTS AM) Uock Inland Illinois Merchandise, Prod ace and Provisions con tracted throueh to and from New York and Bos ton to Ro k Inland, and to any poiat the Mis sissippi, at the lo*«st rate*. HFKKKKNCKH: G. G. Kxidtr, Baxhtn p. £. Gregory, F. H' Lauton, Satryrr, IVallate & Co.. AVu- Yrrrk AM) MI SICA I. IX&TKt MENTS, A genu for Prince' Superior Melmleonti. a sup plyat all tiroes on hand for gal* a» t».tinif»'tn ers price*. Al»o. asrent* rr Firth, i'mi «V coV New Yovk i'ianos. and fumitiheii maniiftn-tur or'* price* with atMition 'f triin-jjuitation only. AIpo agent* for M'(Jrery'* printing ink and White's N. Y. Tjpe Foondry. NO. 50 ILLINOIS STREET, ROCK ISLAND ILI. n31-Iy n. r. WHITE. J. r. wuiri, W.WHITE. f. F. WHITE *, BROTHERS, Mtumfarturrn au i Whnhmir !mlrr$ cxLOTirma, AN! (.KKTI KMKN'l FVRSIHIXG GOODS, RUBBER AND Oil Good*. Trunk t. I'sIum, He. NO. 133 SOUTH WATER STRKF.T, SLJ) SUirs, aSl-ly (hicafo IlUaoia. O. G. MCGOWAN ATTORNEY 4T LAW, Davmport, loica. OFFICE OVER THE POST 06EICE. atrtBENrts: How. (EO. M. 1»ai as, Ilox. K. A. DoitOL*s, Rh'H 1' Hit.i UMIKAD, la*M l!fTfcK IXK- C-xirKa. Ki.i.i pal*. (V uetrg. For tlie Advertiser. TO AN ABSENT SISTER. Ah, sister dear, how much I pine To gaae once more on that face of thia*, And claap thee again in my warm "inbrace, And preaa a foud kiss on thy glowing face. Da, *, wteka, and uioutha bate pas»eu since we mut, Bat memory's troe (e her ©Bee yt Thy form, face and beauty are deeply impress'd On my heart, which esteem thee the kindest and tei*t. Though far, far removed from my loved early Home, Among cartleea strangers I listitwUy roam. My thought* still turn to those that are lefl^ Beyond Mississippi's broad rolling crest. Bat Hope remains attive, and sweetly low whmpe rs— You fhall again be anited'fond sister. I brush back the tears that ri«* eareproTing, Aad chcriah the roice, and list to its soothiug. In far dilTereut spheres are we destined to move You with the gr-.at, the uol.le ami Where your pure spirit may seek the 1'iviae, Where heart speaks to heart anJ mind answer* niad. The place that we call by the dear name of home, Is near the broad prairies, sequested and lone, Sweet flowers, and green herbage luxuriantly spring, Kecdiiig but the embellishment wMefc Ubor brings. But I'll cherish the dreams that atill have a power To soothe my heart's besting, ia life'* darkest hour, That the ties which bind as oa earth, thoagn they Bevei, We may meet up above, to part no more, never. Omion 'rott, Au trust 29, IH54. HATTI* sctllancous. I S S O OR A DISEASE i»K THE HE ART. WMOU Till rOBTWSno or A vol *j LAWTEB. The days of my clerkship were over i my examination was dono I whs admit ted wrote myself "N'ehi mmh hi Us, Attornev." put up my new bright litt.e nign, and in my native village began my professional career. No. I did not either, I am mistaken. I honorable practice of the profession to which 1 had dedicated my talent, and learning, in the place of niy birui, bu never iroer words penned than the time honored prorerb, -A Mr. HM U WM. H. TUTHILL. lANUEL P. DAMiEW, DEALVR IN STOVES, TIN *ARE, PL°WS and Hardware Tipton, laws. proptel haa no honor in hta own country. 1 believe i I bad rtroained in ihe viUage ot Oreen Bria, till my head was -hite.they would have thought me nothing but a boy, and would have (eared to trust me. E«» «r my .ign *aa up. nobody called me 5"U "Ne 'J young, and-Ne"it have ^en ,o thia day, had 1 remained "'only one caw claimed my »lten,,t"1' during the three months o. my pa i i ISENCE in Green B,,r. after pound, for the vile F""P""e -uhhiinsxim m« nr Honghteilng Shepard, T4'. JUr.nuhr Co' i Chuvgoj j. B. rVr jow, n'aitt M•//•». /*. demand: hut it brought no silver to my pocket, neither, to my surprise, did it to B. H. Campbell 4r Co., Gairna Hammond if Hall, LhtMupv H'm B. Mnr»haU & Co. St P**l. I.:u ttui A. roRTKK, I [j. fi. POKTKK. H. A. PORTER &. BROTHER, Booksellers and Stationer*, DEALERS iv WALL PAPER U seem to bring honor to my nam*. The eloquence of my speech did not form the them».', as fondly hoped it would, of par agraphs in the village newspaper, or of discussion at the corners of the streets, neither did it bring to my office the rush i of clients for which each day 1 vainly »Hum made ready. It was plain that I should never ris.': to distinction at (ireen Briar, and so I came to the sudden determina tion to leave the pleasant spot, and settle in some large city where nobody knew or had ever heard of me where above all there was no soul to call ine 'Ne.' There I was more successful and soon had the opportunity of forming a very advantageous partnership business in creased money began to come in very slow at first, but after a time more plen tifully, and all things seemed prosperous in my outward circumstances. But alas! as we are so often told poetically, thtre is no sweet without its bitter, no rose withuut its thorn and trouble came to me the shape of disease, insiduous, and slow in its approaches at first, long fear ed and suspected, but at length betraying itself so plainly tint I could blind myself no longer to the truth. Yes! 1 was without doubt a victim of disease of the heart not metaphorically, dear reader, for never had the organ beat with a quicker pulsation at the approach of mortal woman so far as the geutle sex was conccrned, I was a perfect stoic but that there was an organic disease about ny heart, I could not doubt, and if ever the symptons disclose themselves unmistakably, they did so in my case.— There was fluttering palpitation, irregu lar action, and at length pam I could not work life had lost its zest the fear of sudden death was ever with me 1 could enjoy nothing. If I had had any thing to leave or anybody to leat** to it, I should fiave made my will, for I was quite sure now that I should either drop some day lifeless in the street, or that the morning would soon come that the power »o arise from my bed wouid have a i physician partly 1 think, from the ap- i prehension of having ray fears confirm- ed, but a* I sat bv my window one day moking as vigorously as ever, Kaz,r^ abstractly across the street my attention was arrested by a modest little sign on the opposite blind "C. L. Todd, M. While thinking whether or not it woul^ be best to make a trial ot a physicians skill, a sudden twinge and fluttering de cided mc yes I would send for Mr. Todd, aud know the worst at once. BEM? admitted to the bar, and that was the case of an unjustly impounded pig, oualy abstracted your honor, from the „„,ll. but secure spot in .Inch lie ha truatingly deposited him, and mataously driven to the public enclosure called a d,ubl compelling ^iy d'®nt in his poverty and destitution, to pay the enormom Ifw Which has at times been demanded of hi..., in order to extricate the animal l.om his unpleasant position ""jj/"10™ to the bosom of his family ,osom ot nis i*w...j Mg I meant the client s family,. By this I meant the client s having none of his own I Summoning the only male servant be longing to the establishment, I told him I o O 1*1 *a a *k to step over ana a** To,J "is not "Oil, yes sir inletukd to pursue the I O N I O W A ily not inhabiting an Irish cabin, but still er awkward, but since she had come, I it rounded off the period, and sounded determined to make the best of it, and well to me as I repeated over and over acquaint the lady doctor with my case, my maiden speech, pacing t0 come always sheing every thing. The boy soon returned saying Dr. wasn't at home, sir, but I lift y©ar "tbe name on the slate. Iu the course of the afternoon, as I lay the sofa, with the hand pressed up- upon WOman "You sent »r it had e der a mistake." "Al ol found on my slate ine nauic woman, f0 n that I.'ioulic.il and «e him. .yoUr slate, madam es* Ar«t 111 it was the first introduction of the fam* !ti°ner AJ^XJ 'I'MJLW&A—M JBUTMAIJ XXO- NOTBCINTC*. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9,185-1. and down She felt my pulse, asked numerous in the room of any little office. In this, question* as to mv iymptons, and then my first case, I was successful so far as jn ),er quick, bright way exclaimed— to rescue the impounded animal, and save my client from the payment of an unju«t 'Nervous! nervous that's all, depend upon it! Excuse me, sir, but by the air of your room. 1 presume you are much given to sin king.' I plead guilty. 'And how many cigars do you smoke in a day soon as I threw away one, I took another U8Ua ||y Hum cigar ia your mouth all the time, eh Chew too V Again a reluctantconfession was wrung from ine. 'I presume you sit up late, smoking all the time V 'Yes, ma'm smoking and reading. •That's it. No disease of the heart sir, nothing but tobacco it will make you fancy anything it 'ill drive you crazy if you d»n't take care. Now will you prom ise to follow my advico closely or not If not, I will take my leave immediate- I promised submissive as a lamb. •In the first place, then, throw away all your cigars and robacco, and promise to buy no more.' With a sigh to my sole consolations, I said I would do as she directed. Many more directions she gave me as to diet, exercise, early hours, &c. Perhaos she saw too, that cheerful com panionship was one thing needed, awl so she remained uvvhile, talking with great glee and spirit, about matters and things in gereial and promising to call and see me the next morning, she left. I had not felt so well in a great while indeed I had not given my heart a thought since the little womau entered the room. Next morning I found myself itnpa tiently watching for the arrival of my little Doctor. She caine, bright and ear ly as the day before. What a perfect lit tle sun beam she was. I could not hel[ growing better under her care, and the influence of her cheering presence and yet I managed to contrive some ache or pain every day, as an (lew fot A® cotv tinuance of her visits. At length, I found that my heart, which had lhng been free from disease. fluUer anJ pa left me. observed it was only when I heard the I remained at my boarding house, ana found no comfort in anything but my ci gar and my dread disease grew worse 1 sl'e _nd worse. As yet I had consu tct no j(tlle ]pjtate again, but little woman's tap at the door, or felt her soft fingers on my wrist. In short, as 'ia(^ driven the disease out of my woinall had her sell walk- no 1)ng(r list an(l 0 blind my fa an(l when #he one day nat(je was off j)er ut ot her hands, I determined that she should not so easily get out of mine. So 1 told her that tike had now given ease to my lieart in one respect, and must not leave it until she had done so in an other, oi I should bo worse off than I was before. The little woman looked perplexed. Then I stated my case, and explained my symptoms a second time, showing her the distressed stale of my mind, aud over ami see me **in a. j.uat she-loue could cure it. The lor The bov grinned. jmei disease sue l.ad removed by an oc ««What are you laoghin? w 1 ked, i a Dr Todd u good physician V lie answered. "I be- ,i0nal visit, the latter could only be cuu.j U but lieve she is a very good physician the han't never tended any body here. .•Sfo said I to myself, "the boy sure ly has Welch blood in his veins, they are by her promising to come and take ^er abo-le •vilhme as resident pht/si- She understood me n w, and by the way see pressed her hand upon her little fluttering heart, one would have thought the disease contagious and I verily think it was. So now we deter mined to cure each other, and next we are to apply to a clergyman, who is to form between us a life-partnership, as lawyer aud physician. But one thing troubles me, of which on mv heart, to still its irregular pulsa- I ha 1 not thought of till now tj«t it is i area & soft tap at my door.— necessary to have our cards. Married •«Conie in called out, and to my sur- people are usually 'Mr. & Mr. so and ,u„ neatest brightest, and go, or'Mr. such a one and lady, but prise, in came wlU I believe, sir V said she in a quick, brisk, pleasant way. No madam you are hboring «n- I exclaimed, ray astonishment increasing every moment, pPtter| vou surely are not a was all 1 could say, -Jf for though I had heard at a distance of for though beings, this was E*«lpi«nart any one be so kind as to tell me how Will it be 'Mr. & Mrs. Hubbs,' or 'Mr. & Mrs. Hubbs, M. D.' or, as the ladies are gO"i$» ahead so fast in these days of Woman's Rights, will I sink into still Ibetr pardon," said the little lesser insignificance, and shall we be, „I Mr Hubbs. number lourteen boarding house, with a request |come a. uni on my slate the name j«Dr. Todd & gentleman,' or must I drop _— Mrs. the name of Hubbs altogether, and be Somebody please tell a Todd, too. me how to have those cards engraved. yy When Doctor Johnson courted w r|ed, hom he afterwards mar- he told her that he was of mean ,» .he interrupted 'extraction that he had no money, and I •Physician- Todd.* that he had an uncle hanged The la-, quickly Extraordinary I'm a physician "r- ^y"0f reducing herself to ar wflh the O At i .. kirn tlad and It no moie money than himself, the existence o female practi-1 lianged, she had fifty who deserved duct others, unless he him?cii ha- Gol troductionto ale I, for feis guide was rath- i hanging Well Don© Mississippi. A Oertain academy in Clarke couuty Mississippi, had been the resort of a parcel of hogs, under whose structure they took shelter from inclement weath er. In the course of time, the fl^as be came very numerous, and so annoyed the students as to cause the teacher to call together the trustees to devise ways and mcan3 to get clear of this troublesome \ermin. After consulting upon the mat ter, the most sure means of ridding the p'ace of the fieas was thought be burn- 'I couldn't tell I never counted as ing them up. Accordingly a large quan tity of fine straw was collected and spread round and under the house, and set it on fire. In a short time every flea that there inhabited, was consumed in the flames, or made their way off so badly scared as never to return to the scene of so dread ful havoc. While all this was going on and such a general destruction being made among the fleas, the flames might haue been seen making their way through the roof of the amdamy, and in loss than one half hour the house had lallen a prey to the devouring element, wi'h books and everything else appertaining theereto.— If any of our readers are annoyed by fleas we recommend the above as a sure and effectual means to get clear of them.— The above was stated to us being literal ly true.—.llabann Star. BQT The MiUvaukie Wisewiiwi, in an article upon the beneficial influence ex erted on health by trees in our streets, says it is a well known fact tl.atjtiees in the street of a city absorb, through their foliage, a portm of the noxious vapor and gases which are evolved by the rays ot the sun. The comfort we enjoy from their cooling shade, and the pleasure we receive from their gay and enlivening appearance, are not their only benefits. The air is purer and more healthy there by and the exhilerution of the system, induced by breathing more oxygen and carbon, draws our thoughts towards the bright side ol nature and things in gen eral thus acting as n preventive against disease that easily preys on depressed spirits. RAPHIC ELINEATION. Cuba the Quem of Anthills THE MAD~STO!«« AGAIN.—The Richmond (V) Penny Post has a second article in relation to the genuine Simon pure mad stone, which has been left at the office of that newspaper for the exam ination of the curious. The stone belongs to Mr. W. Bradley, of Richinonl, and other intelligent gentlemen from various counties in Virginia unite in affirming its remarkable properties, and declare themselves cognizant of more than fifty CUres bites, effected by it. The Richmond Post affair it is about as large as a piece chalk, perfectly porous, and, truth to say, almost indescribable. When applied to either a suake or mad dog bite, it will draw until its pores are saturated, tuen drop off, and if placed in warm water will soon disgorge and then be ready for action again. Mr. Bradley the owner, offers to sell it to the «ity of Richmond for th*1 modest sum of $5,000. CoLoaen Biuorav.—'What have you U charge against the delendant asked a lawyer of an ebony headed witness Why, d« nigger aua bigoted/ was Career of A writer in Putnam, giving an account of Havana stales in a verv amusing manner the dis comforts which insects inflict upon the dwellers in a tropi- al clime A carpct would soon be alive and walk off the floor of itself. Every shelter of an insect is avoided aud yet in spite o( this care, a bit of cake loft upon the table will, in a few minutes swarm with ants or cock roaches, hall'a span long, and trot through your chamber you cannot bathe without finding spiders upon your clothes when you receive them again, and scorpions will wander "up stairs, down stairs, and in my ladie's chamber. They have ants here which eat down houses, others BO large that they kill chickens by a,tacking them in the throat indeed this ins'ectf so much the (avorile ol moralists, swarms here to that degree, that ne who had not the fear of Dr. Johnson before his eyes, might rind in the fact a reason for calling Omar the replv. •He's what V •Bigoted, bigoted—doesn't you know whstdatainf •Why no,' replied the lawyer who was much of a wag will yen define the term Job?' •Sartainly, sartaitily I do« s. To be bigoted a culled pusson must kuow too much for one nigger, and uot enough for nlJ Doctor, replied that! rgers. nlgg No situation is so eipos*?U to j.terils that though she had not a relation and evil as that of one who has to wu- Pacha. ThisgulUnt gftit'iui, UJI ihe present time, has made tl.e Russians eat more dirt than ever they did before iu their wan with Turkey, was not originally a slav.e, of oflicer iu the Nuam. The penetrating eye of his patron soon discovered that the young foreigner had more genius, talent, and enterprise, than the majority of the Moslem officers in the army consequently he never omitted an opportunity of ad vancing the interests ola man who he tell certain would prove a valuable servant to the Sultan in the houi of need. Du- Tuikish government was in subduing the revolt of the Bt ys and Spahis ir. Bosnia, where with a very inferior force he tri umplied in every engagement. In short, throughout his whole career he has not only displayed military talents of no common order, but the tact and ability of an enlightened legislator. Ever the friend of the poor rayah, he became the idol of that long dispiaed race, and at the same time retained the affection of the Moslems. Indeed, since his Advent to power, he has done more to allay the differences betwee the members of the many rival creeds in Turkey, than any other man of his day^ THE MISSISSIPPI A»» Missouai Riv ens.—The uiflei eii'*e of -U-vation ot tiie valleys of the Missouri and the Missis sippi has been determined. The level of the Missouri at Council BIufTs is one thousand and twenty feet abovt the level of the Mexican gulf, that of the Missis sippi at Rock Island in the same latitude only five hundred and twenty eight feet. At l'ort Pierre, in latitude 41 deg., 21 min., the elevation.is one thousand fifty six feet, while at the lower end of Lake Pepin, in the same latitude, the elevation is only »even hundred feet above the Gulf. There are in the Missouii '210 islands between the Yellowstone and its mouth one hall of them product forest trees, chiefly cotton wood aud plane trees, be low the Platte, and above intermingling with trees and shrubs peculirr to higher regions, until the predominating growth is stunted cedar and pine, The number of its tributaries within the same space is over two hundred. Very few of them nre of mad dog bites, snakes and spider says that it "is a ruther curious looking ^I(S ofany size or length. The Kansas #ntj piB»»e are the only ones west of the Slate# of any Jmr of *«What is the most needful thing for grown girls?—Md'rimony. At what age ou^ht girls to marry ?—According as they At sixteen or eighteen years TERMS, $1 60 in ADVANCE. ring our sejuur in Constantinople, in 183ft g(.m»rnliy billing to sustain tue Nebraska we had frequent interviews with Cosrew j^-a^ure, and in this only do they seeni respecting the. proposed admission of English officers into the Turkish army. -~--"Y0 tnJ0 cou it is true, but he arrived in Turkey *J New York. There seems to be friendless refugee. After embracing Is-1 ,.f politician" preparing for the NJ*« lamism, he was invested by Cosrew, who was a* that time Seraskier, with the rank t0 arcori i w U0J Omar was at this time attached lo the dctiUicd, no nomination has yet been personal staff of the Seraskier his hand- in his stead. Some of tfee most some person, geutlemanly manners, and prominent of this branch of the Deiuocra the fluency with which he spoke German, cy in Congress, such a* Messrs. Peek French and Italian, impressed us with |,am Maurice and Wheeler, oppond tfce the opinion that he was a singularly fa- Ncbraska Hill with zeal and energy, vorable specimen of an Osmanli. In- j»hc atti-Nebraska men of nil parties deed we had our misgivings as to the jt(lvc jnvited to attend a Convention genuineness of his title to be considered js meet soon at Saratoga. Their as a son of Othiuan, grounded on his I fl0 very superior intelligence, and his Euro-1 thcr«* is no need of any s-pecu pean style of walking. When we last saw this very extraordinary man, it was at Scopia, iu Macedonia, where we with some difficulty recognised in the lioa of the day the unknown nid-de-camp and secretary cf Cosrew, the Seraskier. He was then preparing, at the head of a large army to take the field against the insur gent Mahometans of Albania and Bos nia. It was in quelling the insusrection in Syria and Albania that he first em inetnly distinguished himself. In Kurd istan he was equally fortunate but the most important service he rendered the Trd, for navigation To Grown Giilts. Foa VOL-FIO .S WHO A V SET CF. —Two Paris booksellers lately appeared before the Tribunal -I Correctional Po !i f. uf that eity, to dispute the ownership of u singular morsel of litt ra'.ure, en titled Instructions to Grown GirtS who wish to I* married." In the course of proceedings, sonic pages of the catechism were read, which caused great merriment. The following is a- speci- B.'i'.TS.'y are "."g., a g,» ho saw the open,u.u t»M Whenever they can get a lover they hicr that she had lost her money aud must not l..sv an opportunity. When a I jj girl has not a lover, what must ah" do to Utal in her dre-s and, fourth, she must not dress above her station—for that will drive away lovers rather than allure them." gi^j'-The 'tie' between Drs. Witter and Carpenter of Sco'i county, for Represen tative. has been tU'kied by drawing cuts, and Dr. Witter d^m.) was the lucky mail.-—.V'l-i jf New York Politico. It wouM bo a task uf more than ordi* nary difficulty, says the .Vational Mt&&> gencer, to give the reader an idea ol the dition of politics in the great Stale embt-r election, at wh.vh are to be chosen a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Canal Commissioner, and an Asaeemtly. which is to have the choice of a United Stale* Senator to fill the seat to become vacm» at the expiration of the term of Mr Sew ard. The Hard-Shell Democrats" faa*e already held their Convention tnd TWWf ina'.cd Judge Greene Bronsou as their candidate for Governor They appear hh the National Administra- Judge Brouson having positively i,nion3 ill so*ri speak for them, and lntions in advance. Th^y are expected to make a formidable exhibition ot leal, but inrstrength it is not hkelv that they wiLl be equal to either of the other organ ization. The Soft-Shell Democrats am to on the 6th of September. They harmon ize with the National Administration up on every topic except Nebraska and in regard to that probably they will blink the issue." Governor Seymour declines to be a candidate for re-election and it anything can be inferred frem this. »t ia ominous J! defeat. The Whigs are to meet in ronrentioo ou the 20iu "1 September in Syracuse.— They are all anti-Nebraska, but comprise men of various shades of opinion as res pects thut measure—some insisting on us repeal, whila' otheis have iu view on ly pi act)cable object*. They are against any fusion" with Abolitionists and pro fessional agitators. The State Temperance Convention is to meet on the 26th of September.— Th«*ir object seems to be to secure the passage of the Maine Liquor Law,' and to get a Governor who will not put his veto upon it. A party with one id«a may hold the balance of power," but tht y can rarely command a majority. We believe, however, that a plurality elects iu New York, nnd therefore in this five sided contcal there is no true dot a for calculation. ... THE U»:AT TIRCL Cncott.—Sally St. Clair was a beautiful, dark eyed crcole •ml. The whole treasuie of her love wni freely poured out to Sergeant Jas per, who ou one o 'caeioti, had tv e good fortune to save her life. The prospects of their separation almost maddened IHT. To sever her long jetty ringlet- from her xqi isiudy formed head, to dre?^ mare attir«», to emol in the corps to whieh h" bclon and follow his fortunes 111 tin- wars. unknown to him, was a resolution uo sooner conceived than taken. In the camp she attracted no parti u tar attention, except on the night belore the buttle, when she was noticed bendmy over his to e'h like a good and gentb spirit, as if listening to his dreum*. The camp was surprised, and a fl. i' conflict ensued. The lovers were sin by sitl*' the thickest of the fight but in endeavoring to turn away a lance aim ed al the hearlof Jasp. r, the pour gin received it in her own. nnd fell bleeding at hi- feet. After the victory, her nam. and sex were disi .jveied, ami ljef lK sur lge[ are SeTneans? Firtt! she "must hav,-1 clerk kindly fisWd the change and mar* prudence aud modest) second, she must ,1(j h« letter "paid. We were intoraied sitow her self industrious and a good that from forty to fifty ceftts* manager third, nhe must always be very t^ r.( not a dry eye in the corps when Sail} Clair was laid iu her grave, in a St 'I ilth green shady nook, thai looked if 't had been stolen out ol Paradise, n u from the river SanieC. We scissored an item, a fewduysago, iu regard to Biddy s paying pos-ta^e by dropping the thiee ceni pi-into the baa with the letter arid conlesi w- tlK'Ughl i' an innocent invention. Last evening a similar case amiaky occurred at our Post Office. An In^ woman. »f young appearance, «nkt 1 proudly and independently to the letU box, crowd-.d in her letter and money «f it it. She then turned to go out, when ,stage. She was aomewbat but after an explanntion, t!»e &re 0 ru,u f.jUthrown into the letter'box witii numerous letters supposed pre-paid. Cleve. Herald. The DTuoii Free Press a«4 tk* De troit Advertiser have increased their sub scription rates, for the high price of pa m'r, and increase in the cost ot labor and of all printer's marferiaK furni«A a rea-on tor the advance.