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Abaenoe.
a shadow aver me stealing
^There's a daTkneaa elouds my way
fIMMUMdiseara
tdet a blaze of gulden sunlight
a ray.
w
1H»m one* bright are change# aa
lie re I no glad feciing* mict,
f|''fi»ur»«aut.uger—gloom/ ab*eac%
Stealing life'* la*t treasure »weefc
Will theee hours ere cease to oeasiM
linger than our former years,
Nanberwd bv th» hearts own son owe,
Traced fall oft midst S4arting team.
Jh
bowjoynn? wh »n togHlu-r,
oving hearts float side br side
riendship's son in «plendor shining.
Gilding bright life'a tranquil tti*.
it apart—the currant eddlc*
Lo ve's protracting watch must ceana,
Threatening ternui.-sts hover o'er us,
And our dangers fa.-it increase.
These fond Use ear hearts oat* elMTilM
Now are Revered by the blaat
And ww bid abieu to pleaaures
That were full toe bright to laat
At the outset let it not be forgotten,
that to the roots of plants, small rootlets
or fibres are attached and that all fluids
for the support of them have to be chiefly
received through these fiibres.
When a tree is transplanted mr»ny of
the fibres arc broken off or damaged, and
if it has never been transplanted before
moat of the fibres being at the ends of the
principal roots, far away from the base
of the tree, will be left in the ground and
rery few come away with it. If the op
eration is performed late in the spring,
the buds burst, and the leaves unfold,
they ask for moisture, and if the trees
have an abundance of fibres, they get a
fair supply, if they have few or none they
wither and wilt, and no matter how care
fully pruned, rnulelied, or watered after
wards nothing but rery extraordinary
skill indeed san save them.
This is *poaking of trees generally.—
Some Ueei u»Tc very spongy wood, o»i
which moisture they can subsist until the
tree has had time to lorm new fibres.—
To this class belong the allanthus, pan
lownia, catalpa, some poplars and wil
lows. Others hare half fleshy roots, and
can draw a small amount of moisture from
these for a time. The horse chestnut, ash,
linden many maples, and some ever
greens, are of this kind. These" do not
suffer so certainly for want of fibres, as
the majority of trees comprising the nu
merous varieties of oak, kickory, birch,
beech, chestnut, &.
Now as the roots of a tree are contin
ually forming fibres, except when actu
ally enveloped in frozen soil it directly
follows that the louger time we give a
tree, before the bursting of its buds, in
which to establish itself after trans
planting, the better able it wi 11 be to
meet the demands of the foliage for mois
ture wh n tue warm weather comes and
this brings me at once to the pith of the
anbject The advantage of Autumn plan
ting* A tree planted as soon after the
fall of the leaf as possible, will begin lo
form fibres at once, and will continue to
PORK. Of
im
M. J. D.
^gricaltural.
"""'Seat
e«t Time to Plant Ttm.
So much has been said and written on
this subject, that there seems to be little
left to say or write. I have nothing new
to offer but aim at lending 'fresh interest
to «twice told tale.'
do so until spring calls foliage into ac- Tunes u specimen of th orange water
is the safest, and in many cases the only
tafe time iu which lo remove trees.
1 am aware that advicc from a nursery
man ohm loses much of its weight,
through ins being supposed to be interes
ted and in the present case I am free to
confess, that 1 have an interest in the ad
vice I have given. It is u:ipltas»ant to
hare one's customers come when the
trees are actually in leaf, with'we bought
some tueo* of ®last season, but
KBITIOS.—Oti
Adra.nU.ges of Drill Culture.
To an inquiry on this subject the Gene
see Farmer gives the following reply:
The principal advantage of sowing
wheal in drills instead of broadcast are
the following:
1st, It ia impossible to cover seed at
a uuiform depth when it is sown broad
east, and either harrowed, cultivated, or
plowed in consequently it cornea at diff
erent timet, and never acquires the same
degree of maturity so that three-fourths
of the crop will be ripe enough to cut six
or eight days earlier than the other fourth
ought to be harvested. This uneveness
of ripening often causes ft considerable
loss.
2d, Lese seed by ft fourth is required
per acre where it is well drilled than
where it is sown broadcast, and it can be
covered at a nearly equal depth, thereby
securing a much better stand.
3d, It is entirely practicable to stir
the ground between the rows of properly
The Flow Suspended
The English papers speak of a new
machine the
14
Rotary Digger," which
threatens to supersede the plow as an in
strument of culture. Even with six or
eight horses, it is said to be cheaper and
more effective than the plow. The ma
chine is the invention of Mr. Samuelson
of the Brittannia Works, Banbury, and
is very simple in its construction. It
consists of a simple frame, running on a
couple of wheels resembling an ordinary
field roller. The weight and transaction
combined, as the apparatus is traversed
over the land, causes a series of digging
forks, or prongs to dig into the earth, and
thus, with five or six horses, according to
the soil under operation, two men are
enabeled io work down something like
eight or ten inches over a width of three
feet thoroughly pulverizing the soil, to
the depth of five or six inches a dig.
SUBSISTTTTI roa POTATOM.—For the
last four years considerable attention has
been paid at the museum of Natural His
tory, in Paris, to the cultivation of a plant
coming from China, and known under
the name of Dioscorea Japonica. This
plant, says the writer of a paper sent to
the central agricultural society, may, by
its size, weight and hardy character, be
come exceedingly valuable iu France, as
it will serve as a substitute for the potntoe.
Its tubercles, like those of the Jerusalem
artichoke, resist in the open air the sever
est wiuter without sustaining any injury.
Several specimens of these roots, of very
large size, were presented in 18o2 to the
society, one ol which, a cylindrical form,
was three feet in length another tubercle,
presented in 1853, weighing three pounds,
the former having been in the earth
twenty months, and the latter sixteen.
The llavor of this vegetable is more deli
cate than that of the potato.
IS* Mr. Pea body, of Georgia has
presented to the editor of the Columbus
tion, when the roots will be able to meet 1 melon, a great vegetable curiosity. The
any ordinary demand made on them at
rind
may rate it lias a bcuer chance than the
same tree would have, if planted in the
spring.
1
do not deny that spring planting has
many favorable points of view. In my
recent work on trees, 1 hare frequently
granted this* and I here even go so far
with its advocator,* as to admit that in
some cases, and iu skUi'ul hands trees
can be made to do better when planted
early in the spring, than in the fall-, but
us a general rule, and in general hands,
end for the reason I have given, autumn pu^
they died we want to see if yours wiil do Strong greea tea is perhaps equally effi
beuer.' Is it not, Mr. Freas, enough to cacious. The extract of quasia in sweet
inske any man look 'wide awake* when
his business reputation hangs on such
•lender threads and need he blush to a
row interested motives in taking every
opportunity tediiuM sound practical
formation.
pnel
Fr! :ay 1000
like the skin of aa orange,
and leaves the whole of the rich luscious
pulp tn a mass of lobes, which also
vide into parts, and is most delightfully J, ,,
1 e
Ttntf t^prc nmvpr ..
tlavored. The Times says there never
was anything of the kigd so beautiful.—
This speuaa of water melon is native
of China.
To CLEAR CABPETS.—Hang them a
cross a clothes line and beat them thor
oughly with pliable rods, then nail it
firmly to a cleau fl or,and with a soft
i
should then be washed off* in clean water.
Wet but a small part at once, change the
clean water often and dry it with a clean
cloth. The colors of the carpet will be
much revived by this operation.
water is also good, and none of
these are poisons to human beings, and
can therefoie be us«»d amontrchildren.
To Deirc
THOMAS MEM**.
Oerinantowa, Ohio, June 13, 1854.
AWAT
bbls. me:ss pork sold in this market, pur- i "T
^t8«td as we learn oa Louisviile account, ,'° ®MrMT COCKBOACHW.—Fill a
An order wa« also received from Hep-' ba»in or_pie duili With sweetened
kinsvUlc, Ky., for 1000 bbls. at $14 or
l«4N, but it could not be had, and the order
according to divsctiona, was forwarded by
telegta^ii to Now Y One ti:-.»n«8"d
bbl^. mi tj sold ia N r,w York on the 2M
at fi l. an' 800 bbls. laid at 11 St.
Vmu Intel,
FLF.AS—Put
will soon disappear.— Mrs.
!eer or linsed oil. arid set it in p!ar«s ft"-
f^Uf ntt-d by tliera, and tbeir nurabeta will
be rapidly diminished:
apple crop in the wettera
part of the State ot Onio is «aid to be "cry
apples ar® plenty then* at
ff«Mi OHWJ to (mr mm HiaheL
The Slnewa of war.
The governments of Continental Eu
rope find it difficult to find money to car
ry on war,and this difficulty more than
anything else doubtless, causes them to
hesitate in involving themselves in what
are likely U» prove long and costly wars.
France ana Prussia, though the latter
has a smaller debt in proportion to her
means than most of the other nations
found it difficult to effect their loans, and
it was necessary appeal to the wealthy
merchants in Trussia, and all classes in
France, before the amount iwcesetiry to
place their aruiies on a war footing could
be obtained. In Austria a still more
earnest appeal was made to all ranks of
the people in every town or city in the
country.
drilled wheat and this preparation, dulyjSina, and Amtskein ami Eiskelles came
performed, benefits the the cvnp as much i next with 3 -00,000.
as tillage between rows of maize, turnips, National Bank, at Vienna, re
reived in small subscriptions on the first
beets, carrots, potatoes and beans benefits
these well known agricultural plant*.
4th, Clean culture tends to prevent
undue dampness about the stems and
leaves of wheat as it approaches maturity,
and thereby renders it less liable to be
attacked by rust at the most critical peri
od of its growth.
A subscription has been opened in
Austria for a loan of #140,000,000. The
Emperor headed the subscription with
$600,000, and the nobility and rich ban
kers followed. Prince Louis Lichtensten,
subscribed 1.1200,000 Prince Paul Es
teihazy, 1,150.000 the Archbishop of
Vienna, 100.000 Baron Bach, 25,000,
and s on. Th* largest subscription, 2,
500,000, was made by the bunker, Baron
(!ay of the optnillt ot
/he
6
—The man that doth
,000,
000. The cities of Hungary had res
ponded to the call of subscription with
unexpected alacrity. Debreckzin, the
former residence oi' Ko-^uth, had sub
scribed for 600,000, and Pesth for a sim
ilar sum.
The Vienna correspondent of the Lon
don Ti mes, however, states one fact in
Other incidental advantages might be r,g®i"d to this loan, which throws tome
named, but enough has been said to justify ^uU over it only fire per cent is de-
the preference genoraly given to the use
of the drill in the sowing of this importan
grain.
posited at the tune of subscription, and
the writer thinks it likely that in many
cases this will bp fo'feit.'d.
The Drought
Mr. ScudJer Hart, of Pittsburgh, who
has for many years kept an account of
the weather, furnishes the Pittsburgh
Post some statistics in regard to the fall
of rain during the months of May, June,
July, and the first 21 days of August, in
each of the last five years. It appears
from his figures that the amount of rain
which tell during that period, in 1S50,
was 8 and three fourth inches in 18-51,
11 inches in 1352,So8 inches in 1S53.
10 inches and, in 184, only 2t inches.
Items.
THE TROTTER OCT
keep matches,'' a«krd a wag if a retailer.
u
Oh yes, a'l kind* was t'ierep'y."
Well, then. I'll take a trotting match."
DM retailer iram«iiatelj handeU ItinD a box
of Braudreth's pills.
FUTILE CONSOLATHX.—A clergyman
TAI­
led on a p'or parishioner, whom he found bit
terly lamenting the loss of an only ton, a boy
about five or six yeara old. la ihe hape of con
soling the afflicted woman, he remarked to her
that one so youn£ could not have committed
any grievous sin and that no doubt the child
was ffone to heaven. Ah, sir," said the sim
ple hearted eraater, Tommy was so shy
anl th»y are all s'ran^efi thwe
33P*Tue Vienna cor.espindent of the N«W
York Courier aod lafuircr e warn ungate* the
following:
You mus! place no relunce on the various
reports which reach vou through the medium
of English and iVench journals, as to Austria's
espousal oa their side*. Tin whole course cf
Austrian policy hitherto, has been favorable to
Russia, and favorable it will continue to re
main. The Cabinet el Viefcaa a' present tem
porise*."
The amorous Duan S*ift, who** antipa
thy tj fishing was well kn*wn, having b^en
asked by a child what a fishing rod meant—
It meaas, my dear," said he," only a long
pole, with a worm on one end and a fo 1 on the
BO
Grii*
paper take,
:ng
the pric- of one a year,
will never a good husband make,
Because his wife can never know what
is going on in the world, and his children will
very ignorant appear.
This last line is rather too long for good metre'
but the moral id sutlime.
AsftTouorst—An old lady pouuisd ef a
large fortune, and imted for hor penchant fur
the use of figurative expressions, one day as
sembled her grand children, when the follow
ing conversation took place: My children,"
ii- i.A.n„isaid the old lady, I'm the root, and you're
'J the branch Grand mama," said oi.e.
JJ Y
Jvd." I was thinking how much
bet'er the branches would Ihurish if the root
was aad*r th* around
g.xd Too king fellow stopped all last
week at Maj- dote!, Catawba Alabama,
and ordered his hagsa^e taken down t«'the boat
and went dwn hiuualf wuh-ut paying his bill.'*
Said the ajor:
Sir, you must aot leave wi&out paying
your bill, i can't afford to hire servants, and
scrubbing brush, scour it with cold water pay for previsions, and board people for noth-
about three gills of oxgall in each
xhi will raise a Uther w}lich
You cant?
No!
To DESTROY FtiEs.--Take equal parts
black pepper and brown sugar in a sau
cer, pour on fresh milk occasionally, and aaat «.f a stage coach between two down east
it will answer the purpose admirably.— !«il1•with
Wall, why in ftfmwler, then, don't ym id!
out to torn* body who cant
Our informant is anxious to chalk that man's
bat, both ways, as a slight tribute el resjwet
for his magnificent impudence.
If any man wants to reach the
high top-gallant mast of felicity," let him make
journey through Maine, Feateu on the. back
or,,T
FEW
fresh leaves of pennyroyal in thc_bed, or I,Tbeia's Jonathan Jips g.jt three and mnepenee
sprinkle a few drops of oil of lavender
al^out, or fumigate with brimstone, and
ttie fleaa
Hale.
tl* d*v»
one piece of spruce gum for the
three to chew. The editor of the Boston Her
ald has tried it.
jy The man who haa a daughter, and who
can, yet won't educate bar daaervea to base her
stolen tr hiiB.
jy*'1 '9 *'gn
to ,,e
the n I in a
nniv» lace cobcentrated in the '.ip at hut nose.
tar Prosperity won't do for some folks,
bas been in a state of rmaa
tion ever aince. Our friend Miss Brown ever
fiuce sh« ii.d a new aiik dress, Hain't beeu
wjrth a penny in the
UJMfsl
lU* d6votM'n hl"
way. For making
people sober and sensible, you must kaep (bw
three d. rs this side of prospei ity.
UTA native p.et thus descriliM fte tzcass
true lme:
1
-ng*
h"r
IraUe
P'^i
For her, at morn and eve,
I cries whole piuts o' hittar tsars.
And vipea them off wid my own l!e«VC.
When you go to drown yourself always put
off your olothirt, they may fit jrour wife's »ec
•ad kusfaet
DKPRBOATOKT. A genuine "Down
Ea: er4: was lately essaying to appro
priate a square of exceedingly tough
beef at dinner in a Wisconsin Hotel.— |l"y'V'chamh^ri Son, and removed" his
His convulsive efforts with knite ind fork ftock of goods to the is now prepwed to
attracted the attention and smiles of the
rest of the company, who were in the
same predicament as himself. At last
"Johnathan's" patience vauisHed under
his ill success, when layng down his
utensils," he burst out with, "Strangers,
yeou need't laff—if you liain g®l no
regard for the landlord a feeling, you
ovphfer hove seme rtsjfrt for the old bull!'
Tins sally "brought down the house."—
[Silver Creek Gazette.
parfhi" citizens of Bloomington, Ind,,
have to go nine miles for water.
A NEW POLITICAI. OaoANtxATtor.—
At a recent meeting of the citizen? of
white Post, Clarke county. Va., an or
ganization was resolved upon styied Iron
Heads. The object of the association to
be "the defense of the Federal Constitu
tion, the protection of civil and religious
liberty, and the preservation of our glori
ous Union." Go it, Iron Haads
KNOW-NOTHING Vu roRT.-Thc Know
Nothings carriec the late election in At
lanta, Cia., by a majority of 300.
KNOW-NOTHING ViCToav.-The Know
Nothings elected their ticket nt Mobile
on Monday last for Commissioners of
Revenue Auditor of, Public Acts and
County Assessor.
Education is a yoftng mso'i capital—
eveiy bour spent in studying working
for higher wages.
A BAD
CHAMACTE*.—Albert
J. Tir-
rell was tried in Massachusetts, some
vears since, for tho murder of tnaria
Hick ford, a harlot who had been his mis
tress
ror
some vears previous. The prool
isi C'Uiii was very strong, int rip-
pd conn'.-tion on plea of somnamitilistn.
He lately figured as one of the volunteer
Marshal aids at the surrendei of Anthony
Burns, and he has since been detected
by the police* in trying to commit a high
way robbery, lie deserves looking
aitt-r. Tribune.
This Administration boasts of two vic
tories only one gained over Freedom,
in the passage of th« Nebraska Swindle,
and the other in the Bombardment, burn
ing und pilla^Si^ of the deftMiveless town
of San Juan.—Jlibmy Evening Jour.
STUMPED
TROTTED.—"DJ
TUE
yen
PROPHET.—Awouidbe
proph­
et, down South, said lately, in one of his ser
mons, that he "was sent to redeem the world,
and all things therein." Whtrcup^n a native
pulled cut two five dollar bilson a broken bank
and *«ked him to f«rk over the specie for them
Am»ng ether high spunding titles the King
nf Ava has that of "Lion of twentvfour um
brellas." This looks as if he had prepared him
self for a long
r*ign.
A Toung man and female once upon a time
«topp. a* a e i.ntry lavcrtn. Their awkward
appearance excited the attention of one of the
family, who coma.enced a conrersatiun with the
female by iaqairing how Car abe bad traveled
that day.
'Traveled!* exclaimed the stranger somewhat
indigently, 'we did'nt travel! we rid!'
sarinVie"
w of the prevalence of 'ablition
ism and cholera* at the North, the Savannah
Journal
adyu ei its readers to patronize the wa­
tering places of their own State.
B.vNooa, Me., flL
Fire is raging to a terrible extent in all sec
tion of this country, and the damage to the wood
'ands and crops are enoimous. Buildings have
been burned down in Corinth, Charleston, Gar
land, and other towns. In many places the
entire population are engaged in fighting the
fire.
In tha town of Garland, it is said that a
whole family, who lived some distance from
any other house, are entirely surrouuded by the
flaana, having no means of escape. It is not
known whether they are dead or ahve.
DEFUNCT.—Jtmericm,
the Chicago or
gan of Senator Douglas, has "petered." ft is
to be merged in the Chicago
A
Time*,
Tipton Dec- Id. lnv' z. 4-t.
the politi­
cal complexion of which is not yet discovera
ble by any intimations for the public,
tic tra%'
#(/.—Uai
ArcU'oakl Williams has been nomina
ted by the whigs of Quir.cy, (Ills.) district,
against Col. RiebardtOB. Mr. WUJiMS is
tthti-Neb'aska.
ssr It is e#timated that the Canadas will
raise the present season a surplus of 12.M0.(Xi
LusLels of wheat, which ^if course will look
abroad for market By the naw reciprocity
treaty, provincial grain and flour come into our
market free of duty, aad upon an equal footing
wilh the productions tur own farmers.
merchant, being hurried, called upon
waggish neighbor tha other day, and asked if
lie had a spare clerk to lend him, wad referred
to a very thi i y.-'sr. gentlema: with a n be
I 'r.d his *-ar, a« belli.: IV- sp.ireit !ie ha
(HJ.OIA.N iL\ ktpt on itaiiti at Wise
Niiii, niilea above ltueiiester also at Coffey
A Bairs L'roeery iu Uochester, and T. H. Iaw
son's, in Moscow.
Ca»lt paid for Wheat.
Custom uoik loin- at ail times, and
piuiiipt.lv utleiidod tu.
July 29. -r,l. i:io j. & WISE.
Misi Toe Tilt MA KM.!
ALL
Persons kriowit.g themselves to be indebt
ed to us are hereby notified to eall aud settle
tiie same, as we are now closing up all
O A O U N S
and have wa !M already long enough.
A hint to the wise is sufficient.
iltir.NI) Sl CL'LBERTSO*.
TREME.YD 0 US EXCITEMENT I
A N A I V A I
Adam Bafr,
£Su«c
JMVJj
HttieIV
to Buix Coffey.-]
g«ae into the grocery njiine»s, and
oe rid at Block ?fo. 2. Itochester—
wheie they !.av« just received a large and supe
rior assoifment of all kinds or (.rucema.'pra.
eir niii iero!i^ acquaintances, at prices perfect
ly astonishing to any civilized Hawk Lye. Yea,
more! they are piepared to mil cheaper than
any e.^ab. merit west of the Mississippi.
DUNSMOR&^fc^HAMBERir
D. DoxsMoae. W. CMAMBEM, Ja.
A. CMAMBf-.as.
HAVING
Ani
aasociated themselves under the
nam ea»dstyle of DUNSJVltiRE A CHAM
RLK8, for .he purpose of transacting a general
Mercantile, Lumbering and Bedstead business,
respectfully solicit tlie attention ot tha public to
the .^me.
.N»
Li :r:OT^
GROCERIES! NOTIONS!
O N W E A V E
aving purchased the (tore recently occupied
HWft Ufc
supply bis customers with a full supply o«
Kwtriei, of all kind* and good quality,
at Muscatine pricea. Hia atock consists of
SOAAK, CORRAIS, KOLASSES, BICE, RAISOXS,
HALT, TEAS, FHCSS. MXUCA,
••d all articlea uaualU sold by a grocer.
Tobacco, cigars, pipe*
candies, confectioneries fruits and c*kes
ttl\rayi kept uu hand. Al*a
Yankee Notion, and Fancy Articlea of
all kinds, cheap for cash.
••jORDON IS HARD TO t*AVEt,"
All person* knowing th^mrclres to be Indebt
ed to me either by note, book account «r other
wise, uri' requested to call anil «ottle—a hint
abouid le sufficient. n3: JOHN WKAVFIt.
SMU, BAG LEY & CO.
Hereby
giie notice to the Citizens of Tip-
ti.na-id vicinity, that ihov have received
tf-i'ir 'nr -p iti'! well nr'.rc'ed assortment of
GOODS!
'NEW
Consisting of every variety ef Haple Dry
Goods
French, German, and American
CLOTHS J.YI) CJSSIMKRES,
Tweeds, Satinet-*, Vesting, &c.
Cotton Goods!
Of all kinds and qualities.
A LSO:
Silks, i Satins,
Lacet, «. •, Mlpacca$t
Fine CM*#, Mrvnos,
Dt Lains, Silks,
Jllohaitl,
Embracing a complete stock of every article
usua'lv called for.
RE I BY-WADE CLOTHING!
,i(itt-tl i lit or iv.' sa'e.
Of every kind and description and of the
very latest fashion.
Roots and Shoes.
A lat* -. •••,.: .II imo'.t kc,-t constantly on
haf-d. alvt a «up^!y of
O E I E S
Of atlki.M*, embracing every article nssdsdby
the public. Also
QUELXSH'JRE,
of all kind-, kept ciiis-.ai,ily on hand. Also,
HATS ATST3D OAPB,
OI tile latest A!--o every aitic.c ill ihe
line of
HARDWARE and CUTLERY.
can be bad at this establishment.
IR OJV!
_tf every quality
ai description, together With
naii*, window glas-S. steel, stove ware,tc.
tor sale af the lowest prices, and
all ktnds of produce taken
in exchange.
The undersigned would further inform the
far
mblk that their stock of the above articles it
e, and well selected, fresh from Boston and
St. Li'us market*, aad will be fold at price® as
cheap as ai.v place nor! i of St. Junius. (Jive
us a call. SHAW, BAGLEY A. CO,
[RjT Store on Cedar street, one door south of
Frieiui St Culbertson. apr.29-n24
New Goods.
AMD PttSTT or TfllH,
fUl and Winter stock jist reccivad ftM
B08T0H,
FRIKXD 6c CULBERT9GJT
Embrace this opi arttriity of ratuir mr h«ir
thanks to tliis liberal s,nd ttneriu.s r/mmu uty
tor past favoss and pntror age, and 'e u.ftrai
tii« ii customers and the "'rest of mankind," taat
they are still on hand at their establishment it
the brick buiiuins en the
CORNER OF CEDAR 4 Fit TH STREETS
And are constantly receiving from Boston
and St. Louis, large aod
SPLENDID
AssoamCUTS
OR
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS
Consisting as follows:
n i K
ABcn Sf Son
Globe.
Merremac, Cutheco
Phillips, Fall River,
Orange, 5rc.
o o o
Sheetings, Slurtmcs, Osnaburghs, and
all kinds of goods for men
aad boy's wt-ax.
lOPf+fn md FrfBfh TwHlwU'Wfc*,
Amwru an and French Brth Cloths,
FRENCH CAS51
MERES,
Plain and twUled.
AMERICAN CASSIMEB.ESt
Pl-nn a'i foil.v.
ITWBZCD0.
I'laiii and colored.
SATTTNE'I 'i s, AS i LM KRETtS,
SHEEl'S-tatEVS, JEANS, &c.,
RIBBOJVa,
Of all kious, quantities and colora.
€S all kinds, varieties, qualities and pric#S|
LAWNS, LI*I.W 1,1'srtks, SILKS, A1.FAOCA.H, {MS
aiilt-S, Ct LAINLS, U1NUHAMS, NAM
KINS, TK K1NOS, SRll LINOS,
LIN-r.V AND rLAS.Sfcl.S.
Y, e ltav» i lar-e an 1 .l aoi t
ir.f i.! of u i ages, ,' C*m.
brica. hwi9% inaeri jus, l.dt'incs, Drnstr trim
mings, !ress lUinons, ColUrs, i^iifs. Capa, Ac.
O N K I
SHAWLS, C.wvi.»(—Lisle
A targe and full sunpiy of all kinds kept eon.
stanfly on hand.
Hats aud Cap*, Boot* u4 ShoM.
PREMATURE GRAVE.
IT is a rcsaarkabla fact that thowsaiidd have
tM»n brought to a premature grave by uegloc
tine to taka some good and efficient medicine iB
time to arraat tha worse of disease. It is
alMa startling truth that thousands have been
heralded to aa untimely grave bv the use of
poisonous nostrums. The author therefore see
ing the necessity of some good and efficient med
icine, which could b* relied upon wbea the ser
ricea of competent physic
I
O S
War«'. (»la»8 War«:, Hard Ware
Ciub'ry, I'mbn llas, and lkisk» ts»
HEADY
MADE
CLOTHiia,
Warranted to fit or no sale.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
BOOKS
AND STATIONERY.
Fancy fixens, and—and—we "cave in," we
can't begin to tell half we have got, but if any
one desires further information, it will becheer-
fullY
vi-i .ne, fruits. Scc., which they now offer to i I'JTJ clerks constantly on hand,whoaeaot-
Ter to
g'ven at the sthave clever and
to ia that it is
"o frouble to ihow (Joods."
Our prices are decidedly low. as we are de
termined to''bust ail to smash" rather than ht
I And if any body don't heiiere it
juat let them tiy us.
FHIEND A CULBERT80W.
TiffoPj, Woymiibcr 17, iRft}.
Iron!
rTHE ITNDER8IONED keep foastantly
1 hand a large and complete aasertment of
Iron andsteel. Also Kails and all other vfe,
clea of Hardware.
Hov.tenJ ^HAW a AGLET
ADS
eeuld not be ob­
tained. has been induced to offer his MAMA
IXKt! LINIMENT, and AXTl-BlIXIOUS
PILI.S to the puWic. These medicines are eosa
pounited strictly honest and from asedicines of
virgin purity, being warranted as purely veget
able.
40.000 cases o rheumatism, barns, ulcers,
sprains, fever-sores, sore throat, neuralgia, tooth
ache, head ache, pains in the back,side or breast,
boils, ring bones, pimple*, diarrhtra, have been
cured in the last year. Also numerous cases
sweeny, g:ilds, splint#, fistula, big head
shoulder, poll evil, sprains, glanders,botts
ie. yellow water, He. Thousands who hav
alllit ted with dispepsia, liver complaint, head
ache, diseases of the skin, jaundice, nervou.*
pains of all kiniU, billions affection?, costive
ness, female affections, &c., have been restorw
to perfect health by the use of (iilmore's Anti
billious Pills.
GRAY HAIRS
and premature baldnes* prevented by tha US# of
T. J. McKinny's Circassian Hair Ionic. This
beautiful enmbinaiion prevents the hail from
f'illinc off. promotes its growth, and renders it
soft and glossy.
AGENTS WANTED
in every town throughout the United Stales
for the sale of T. J. AlcKinny's Celestial Balm,
ail uneijiialed remedy for cholera, dysentery,
diarrha-a, flux, cholic, and all pains in the bow-
POISON,
T. J. McKiAny''* Worm Medicine «fltain»
no poison and is warranted purely vegetable.—
This preparation has expelled worms of all
kinds from the intestine canal when other prep
arations of ereat repute failed.
FEVER AND AGUE
IB all it* variovs tyj.es, permanently CMbd«
without injury to the system, by the use of T.
J. .VfcKmnv's" Fever and Acue pills. This ton
ic preparation never has been equaled. It nev
er fails, l'ry it, and be satisfied that ague can
b« u red.
Agf nt»-~A. tidbert, and Chambers A. Son,
Tipu.ii N. Ha.ker, Rochester Henrj' L'uig,
34 iseow Amos Meri ille. Pedee E. Shawber,
Cedar Bluff's.
Medicated Inhalation—A New
Method.
A most wonderful discovery has recently
bseu made by Dr. Curt is,tor the curc of athma,
consumption, bronchitis, co'ighs, colds and all
lang complaints, by medicated inhalation. Dr.
CUHTIS' HVULANA.or I.NHAUKCJ IIVOKAN VA
roM aad (.:IULHRV bvai r, has accomplished the
inosi wonderful cures of asthma and consump
tion in the city oi' Ktw York and vicinity for a
jew months ast, ever known to mail. It is
producing an impression on diseases of tiie lung*
never bet ore witnessed by the medical pi jfes
sion. (5W certificates in the hands of acents.)
The Inhaler in worn on the breast, and under
tin linen, without the least inconvenience, the
heat of the body beini sufficient to evaporate
the fluid—luppiyinRtbe Pinga constantly with a
healing and agreeable vapor, pissing u.toall the
air-ceils and paasage* of the hint that cannot
possibly be readied by any other inodirine.—
||s*« at case ot
ASTHMA CVIIS.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Dee. 20,1163.
my
1 n0,f..V,0li",
Cherry Syrup, 1 was relieved in a jeat meas
ure from the difficulty uf breatbir.g, and had a
comfortable night. 1 have since contimu-d it
with the greatest possible bent fit, and am now
csminiiattvely well,—(iod only knows how
much suffering this medicine as saved me from
—asy advice to the afiicted is —TRV
ond the reach of .medicine, I accidentally
eanl rf Dr. Curtb' llygeai.a,or lahaling Hy
fcan Vapor and Cheriy .Syrup, and obtained a
pacitap. which I \t-rily believe vvas 'hr? means
of :ving mv life. Soon after wearing the in
haler 1 found it relieved the prcsure on my iiiugs
and alter a while the disease made its apix^ar
ance 'ipun the irface umjer the Inhaler I took
the cherry syrup as directed, and continued to
do NO, rny cough gradually gu.wing better, un
til it entirely left mc, arid 1 nu\» ApMiier my
self cured. 1 still wear the Ii i'.e uie
of it ii rather pieasant. and beiie\ ji,g it strength
ening an 1 purifying to the hings. Ffeel ui'will
Jng to disper.se with it JOHK WOOD.
Nidbv BiVbA PAL'U'NO. 40 Court laid
Itreet C. H. KIM. ci riitr of John street and
llrondwey, N. I'nct $3 a package.
Pi. Any person enclosing 3 to Iloyd A
Paul, or Tartu A Perkins, New York, will re
eeive a package containing a bottle of Hygcan
Vapor, one ot cherry syrup, and an Inhaler, in
a neat box, tree to any part of tha Unitedbtalaa*
tr font packages for flO.
Fever
thread arrfl
*.id—raaasoLB, i(4MDittcsitri,&c. fitc.
And finally, 10,000 other articles which r.au he
seen by giving tliem a call. Also,
Or jceriex:
and Ani
ALL-HEALING OINTMENT.
1
can be Cured.
Mixture, will
hundred „u hlty bottle, has bean sold in this
place, and whereser used accortlinr to direc
tions the most perfect ^access has been the re
sult. Price fl per bottle.
S3T A full supaly kr| consttntly ou baud
i.e. from the Minufaetnrer,. Also, a Urge
assortment, of Drugw. Modi, ine Ptllj, cV-gh
Aedicule*, Jifrups, *,c.. 4,, kf
OILIIEKT, agent fcr Iowa.
Tipton, Nov. 12,183.1
F. BROWN'S
ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER
PHIS ESSENCE is a pvaparatj of
k
ordu,,rJr
disrrlwe, incip-
ent cholera, in short, in ail cas-a of wortrii
vi '''ft*1*** Actions, it i. of inesti
mable value. During the prevalence of epi
demic cholera and summer complaints of chil-
P®(,nliarly efllcacioiu s no familv as
individual should ha without it.
..^^^eTiot.— Be sura lo gat the genuine
athcuce, which is prepared only by Run wis
Chemical Store, N. E. 5Z'.
tier of FifTh and Ch«snut Htreala. Phiiadel
fhis, and for sale byaMth« respacUbla Apoth
ecaries in tha at.4.. _r, «_
K
P^11, Tipton, Nov. 12,1853.
ROCHKHTXR ROPE FERRY
1L my Boats, and e*U usi*e iiiiurova
mei ta on the saine, and as everything at»«ut th#
farry is now .r, fir^t rate order', 1 am piep.iril
i'f in0#?
a'"'
I»r"I»«Jty over Cedar Rivar
at all stares of water, and at all hourt *.
ingbt, with as much dlapatcfa ami at as low rates
^y/at/Jr^^etX. hSSS
Jdtt a!^:
M«r^ 11, UM.
Mat akillfu]
UMVEKSjilY
:aladvU«
and e
ebrated, CorNa£Lo^I
Wwned ia law,jaU_*
of great celebracy
.vb'"h-
cL2*
°?'elthose
Me"*
chaats and
«very
t„(ion) nam
I
and degree among mm
k
w i
o 4
Without one dissenti|2
n «oyMDvbn:r:«
evidence of Us power, and aew^ proofs of u!
efficacv are continually developed. It ii
a
beyond the pow«r of cavil or
that it is infalliable in the cure of all Turnip
restores the Irue,,8,ble Perspiration, Jnd S
this means onens those svenues by v«liich Ki
Jura intended to expel the morbid matter or til
body-thus is the -ystem cleansed, the bloS
puntied, and the health restoied. It has
n
n
er to cause all axtemal Sorer, Scrofulous Hk
mors, Skin Diaeases, and poiwuou. Wo-^.d!
to discharge their putrid matter, and then hefl
tnem.
It is rightly teimtd all-healing, for thereto
scarcely a disease, external or internal th tl
will not benertt. It has been used for the laM
lourteen years for all diseases of the CheT
Consumption and Liver, involving the u»iroS
dtoger and leapoasibility, and not in one rail
has it failed to benefit when the patient v-S
withm tin? reach of mortal means
tar For sale in Tipton, by A. Gilbert,
aft||
for L'cd.ir county, lo^va. nl-lv
FAMILY MEDICINES
Fr.\TIi AXD .1(, rE.
TIIE University of Free Medicine a|[
Popiiiar Knowledge, chartered bv thebtateaf
PeumtsUania, A|.ril t» nh, 1mainly to ar-«g|
the evils of spurionanostrums also to aiippiytt
public with nsliitUe reiBedies,« here tlu- best lutt
ri3 c^unotor will not l»-employed ha
tnnpnrrh.xsed the tnvaluuble remedy, how'asr
Tonic MIXTI i r, the first aud oulv known li
twenty yoitra, as t!ie ceitaln cure for ever H-I
A)Tue, and its kindred complaint*, Luub:en%
ret '"iimei*«l it to the aftlii ted! The above in«!i-2.
titntion likew i#e rceommpi).'. Tor
bcutlrompla-ifr.
BOWCORl'Ot'KD SVBVP 0*
SOOT,
and in due time will furnish lt« nrn remedy for
every dine am- that eau ^afeiy treated iu this
way By order of the Tnatecn.
.'OH.V HOW AND, M. 1)
President of Uie University, and the head ef
the Pharmai utleai department. Hone diapensa
tory and ottii e, No. Arch st.. Philadelphia.
F. V. carr, agt Philadelphia M. a c. L.
PKHS, Tipton.
ii very favorable len.is.
For about eight years I have been severely
affiictcd with the e- hma for ine iast two vears
I have s'lifered tie)or,a all my powers of des
cription moiithsat a tim« 1 have not baen able
to sleep in a bed, getting what re3t I coil i sit
ting in my chair—my 1 iff*•-n'ty of breathiii,
anl my offerings we-e sc rre^t at times, that
for hours together my fi lends expected each
hour woulvl tie i^y During Uie pa.st six
years I have hid tne aid and attendance of tome
of the must celebrate physicians, but have re
ceived no permanent benefit, and butlittl? relief.
I at lenfft had the good fortune to procure Dr. ,.
Curtis' Hygeana, or Inhaling Hvgean Vapor i VH'' *r,c?^,Pilhy,Try.V •'V,n5 *5?
and Cherry By«up. At the time 1 tVrst obtained '"«,» ,,'uul tbe .Ute, It will ta.ib
i E.nr.piMff ... ... fn'.ly advocate the luurest uf this eount*-, iini«r
«'. fS 1
Fire.
CHAM
B36-ly
A N D~ O S A E".
OA ACRES of good prairie lai.d for s^e
Ov cheap, situated five miles north-east sf
Tipton. l'ur ha*ers will apply Immediately N
the land will soon be disposed of. F.nquire af
Kl'Li sl'ICtli, at this ufice.
Anguat 11. ISA4.
.YEW YORK UYIOJf
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital, $260,000!
enspiPaL omciL *». 7a,
VMOAPWAV,
DIVTOIII,
mo JOHKHTOWN, xtw roaa.
THIS COMPANY is now doing a
-a- larae ..n nafe business, and hasvquirrda
re potation of paying al! losa* promptly and witi
out delay. The undersigned, as a^ent f.-r hp te
i* prepared to insure against lossea by
c'"~
CEDAR CO. ADVERTISER.
A WUHBXiY Fik3?Z]fL
TP HE l.'N LIF.ItSKiNED, having recently piir
chajH--'. 'he a'.-ove stuhlishou-nt, anl Havlac
procure a Urge quantity of type, material, aad
enlarged it lo it* present size, ist.uw determined
'. iuak* the
MEC N^cfui
attacks, and wa* in gTaat distress, almost suffo ,K-niy, iaU-r watounly and energy-all, for It.
euting tor want of breatii. In less than ten I 1
Biinutes fromtlie lin e that 1 applied the inhaler 1
to my stomach, and took a tea-spoonfull of the
IT.
KG AUT EASTOK.
coxriUMrTiON CCBED.
New i'ork, Dec. 27, 15J53.
leane to New York in the ship 1
elegraph
»Vnative place is St John, New Brunswick
when I reached this city, my health was very
pfi had a very bad c« ngh, raised a coo1 deal
of matter, which was fre*ju*ntly mixed witii
Wood had pain in rny left s.de, and was very
weak and emaciated friends and pi.ysi
cian pronounced rny case Yonjtnnurtion, and b»-
to Fa-m -rs, Uechc&ies,
Artezans, Ilouaewives, and Family (,'irclea Tba
pajx will now IKJ till-l with useful Litera'.uira,
Poetical anl Biographical aketcbe-i, and such
general new* av! lnu-lligeuct' aa will at alltiniea
tiallv recording its element of wealih ind .r^
My ati«!
[fare, iiu ilo lay htro'e world it« many I
vantages. It will he a literary and ucw* i'»pcr
worth ihe subacriptlon price to any citizen «f
Iowa.
U will be MBSrKNPKXT I* ALL THINGS AH*
NF.R-TRTXI. iv JCOTHIM.: nntitaa»rfl andnntrsmrwrt
dd hv any p' liticnJ, local, or auy other iullu ncea
notfriihttunding it will fni*.lifull and impartially
present everything in its trwc light- six-aklag
frsdy and ami caudidly on all sutyev in, dep«-ad
ing upon iu merits .ia k peoples' psper for its
rapport, it asitt stand upon this bru*i piatfum
ab'l fearlessly pursue that ourae which t.ie bast
interc»t of our enlightened community will re.
quire.
MAllKLTS, NEWS, AND
OKNERAl.
IXTFIXI-
tlEN« K.
will be obtained, and given as ao«?.i aaaayothei
paper west of the northern Viset*sippt.
TKKMh—$1 69 ta ad value:.$2 00 at the end
the vear.
Job Work,
JO AL' KINP3 NEATLY FXECUTKD.
•li.INK
ED»,
U,RT«AESE. M' ARU-NE
AA, SUCOIMKI,
tVTf, ac
prlntsd to oi d«r,««4 «.ept oa haud at ail til***,
for sale. We are now prepared to do all kindiaf
yd fpncji I'lripiing
to ordai aad en rcaaonal. e terms.
WELLh SFICEiC
i'dttoi amt Proprietor
CEDAR COCMTF DIRCCTORY.
County
A I S S K Judge.
§. W. CATTELL, Clerk.
/. BEI TS, Recr. and Trems.
J. H. B1RELY, Sheriff.
8. DEW ELL, Surveyor.
A. FORD, Coroner.
X. IIUI3ER, Prosecuting AfrrnM.
#. K. SNYDER, 8. F. 0.* D.€.
District Court.
J. B. BOOTH, Judge
Terms sccond Monday in
fourth Monday in September.
V
&
County Court*
SAMUEL A. BISSEUU
Judge.
Terms, first Monday in MM)h month,
except, April and August, first Tuesday^
Cedar Couutv AgricuUural to*
elety.
I. W. CATTELL, President.
T, JAMES, Vie* PreuidenL
S, 8. DANIELS, Treasum.
it. C. PIATT, Secretary.
tluatices of the Piftdbe
Cantra—R. M. Long.
Pofk—Uovid 8loper. Perez Frink.
Pi« near--CorneliusHoward, iMwki Pla Hfr
Lmn—Kollin Paraaas, Lewis B. Collins.
Jkd f)ak—flamaal Handlin, W. A. Rigb#.
R,Chester... f. ciSr. AP C. Burrick
Sugar Creek—Mart*O.luQer.B. W. Wall.
Iowa --Eliaha 8eAooW, John M. Guild.
Sprmgdale--Thomas ^fnn. Hiraa Hatfield.
Inland—C. F. g. Bacon, Joha B. Huff.
Springfiekj—Wns, C. Haskins,
Jauaa H. Nee.
Cass—Jackatayer Baldwin, R. McCraady
A
Cedar Lodge No. 11, F. Bt A. M
Regular communications on each Natar
Hay evening, on or befnrs tile full of tha
IB""n
at ttiM Mawihlc ll^ll jn Tipton, Iowa,
Golden Rule Lodge No 34, F. A.
MofU Wrliliy «T«nlug oa or before th
full of tb« moon, ia Rochester, Iowa.
Manitou Lodge No 8 I. O. O. F.
Z!*urM,*t
eve®deg
Hall in Tlptoa, Iowa.
»a each weak st tlait
Red Cedar Lodge
No SO I. O. O. F-
MeeU every Saturday eva In BocklUse, low.
forest Eneampment Mo~9i
*h.*
ut
Wa4«eailef ta sedh
uea& ta Ktv heusr, Uw,

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