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VOL 1.
THE "ADVERTISER."
PUBLISHED AT TIPTON, IOWA, EVHV
SATURDAY MOR1VISC.
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u
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iiu*iue*» (arils.
WM. II. TUTII1I.L,
TTORXUY AT LAW and Solicitor la
Chancery. Tipton, Cedar county, Iowa.
B. A. EI'^^T WPT l.S VICES.
BtSSF.I.I, & SPICtn.
I TTORMKS AT LAW* and Solicit©^ in
Cliaitcsry. Tipton, Cedar county Iowa.
H7'C." PIATT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in the C»ajrt
Li House, Tipton, Iowa. nl
§. g. D4MEU,
TTOUNEY AT LAW and Solicitor in
Chancery. Tipton I^wa. nl
JO II* IIIBEII,
TTORNEY AT LAW: Residence 4 mil**
tofTmton. Bl
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A. r. Bifiovrs,
TTORNEY AT LAW and Solicitor in
Chancery. Rochester, Cedar Cot Iowa.
RORT. 91. L.OSG,
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Tiptor, Iowa. nl
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Rri'XOLIM At Tl'RSKR,
PHYblOlANS
Cedar county, Iowa. u|
I»R. !¥. RKn,
PHYSICIAN AM) til'it&Eo:", Bocb*st*r,
C«dar county, Iowa.
W. A. PIATT,
pHYSICIAN AND SUUCLON,
Cedar county, Iowa.
J. W. CRECIG,
J|CLECT1C PHYSICIAN. Ot!ic* opneaite
tbe Eag!e Hotel, Tipton, Ipwa, cl
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ion, Cedar luwa.
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FItlCM) A, l'LBEJlTSO.\,
KRr.llAN'l'S—UeaVrs in L'rv Goods,Gro
c« ie*, Hartlvraie, k.c.,Ti|ion Iowa. I
w. linniiHD & co.,
DEAL1.USWar*,
IN JKY (iOOli'l, Oroeeries,
i teen's Hardware, lte«t*ar Suoe«,
hs llooks ftr.ti ^?t»io!i».ry, H»»dv Mnie waik U th" field, and see
loiiiiajf, N«iU, S«U, Wooden iAFare, fee., Itc.
Tipton, Iuwa. nl
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AW & RAGIJTY,
MI.HCilA.N
MV.iiCli
T.S—Dealers in Diy Goeds, Gro-
•••ries. Hardware, lion, Tipton.
-Iowa.
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F.RCHANT—Deafer in I. jr Goods, Hard
ware, Crockery.
Sir..
Tipl.th, Iowa. 1
c. U. DAVIS,
KUCHANT—Dealer in iJry Gooit* Gro
rcries Crocker), 4iC. Rochester, Iowa.
Mc\Al riT0.1i,
V V fN--Kr*p Oil JJ
Ci-'tuicc, Boots a&d Sa»-a, l-mkee
No-
tiani, Dry Goods, Groceries, c, Rochester,
Cedar county, Iowa. nl
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Hardware, ic.' 1-U).:h*»ter, Ie«a.
K.C. swmt
I SHAN'T—Dealer in pen ral M«*rcT%n
''n«, Made Clothii'l, Hoot* and
hbo «, Hats ami Caps, fee. R.-ch.",»!er, lows.
EI.IAft Sl| IIWREX
Hceries,
rilCIiAVr—Dealer in L'r GH», Gro
Crockery, fee. C*i iiiutfs, C«
dar county, lows. nl
PL IT Villi,
O O o- k e y e
Ptul'er, !•«•».
!X T)U*i
ferin*, H-rdwi'
tlisms W. HtRUi^.
ROCK !l I) ale»- in Git'C'rie". Pfvi^ions,
Vl" Fruits,Conf!ctioiiariec, feTi"ton, Iowa.
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corrn,
fT10CF.T1—DeaUr*
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MISCHIKF MAKERS.
0^ eoald there in this world be found
Some little spot of happy ground,
Whe*e villa# pleasures mi^ht go roNRt
Without tbe villap? tattling!
How doubly blest that place would b0(
Whfre all might dwell in liberty,
Free from the bitter misery,
Of gossips' endless prattUnf*
If sich a spot were really known,
Daire Pence mi^ht clairi it as her own
And in it she might fix her throne
Forever and forever.
There like a queer might reign aai ttf%
WhLe every one would soon forgivd
llielittle slights they might receive,
And be offended never.
'Tis anisehief makers that remove
far from our hearts the warmth of t§V%
And leads us all to disapprove
What gives another pleasure.
The\ seem to take one's part—but wbea
They've heard our cares, unkindly then
They -*oon retail them it again,
Mixed with their poisonou* meattire.
And then they've such a cunning way
Of Hling their ill-meant tales they say,
Don't mention what I say, I pray^
1 would not teii another
And straight to your neighbor's house tlwjr go,
Narrating every thing they know,
Andl-reak the jeaee of high and low,
Wife, husband, tnen i, ana brot&er.
O. thit the mischief-making crew,
Were all reduced to one or two,
And hev were painted red or blue,
That every one mit(ht know thMftl
Thenaould our village* forget
To TKP and quarrel, to fume ami fret.
And nil into an angry pet
Vith things so much below thH»*
For 'Is a sad degrading part
To m.ke another's bosom smart)
And ]lant a dagger in the heart
Ve ought to love and cherish I
Then el us evermore be fonnd
In qmtaess with all around,
Whil« friendship, joy, and peace
A"t ang'V f-.-'tturs TerWh
Tif-
C. L. CIi AffBnnS,
PHYS1CFAX
at
th* Drug Store of Chambers 4.
Son, Iipton.
If. W. ROS*,
PHYSICIAN
AND SURCiOJf, Rochester,
A0\DEIirrL HISTORY.
8HOWJ O HOW THE UAIE *A!f A »ACS
WITt THS rOBCCPIKE, AWD HOW THS
roR^a M:SER\BLV itrished.
y
ifl o*Ui«i«, i's. Ci-
pars, Tbacco, Fruit*, lr*. Rochester,
fo*». nl
JCVI\ lTF.Afn?.
IN' PRfiYlstovs. Cipars,
Tt'bacc". Fruits. Jcr.Tiptor., Iowa,
Wll.KtR k IIIL.TOH,
*|A*RRS, and UU#r in Fqq^«
*-"«a. il
who are you
Then tin Hare legan to f=wear like a
riacount, and snarled, "try it again."
"Take it easy, Soti ^answered the Por-
enpine, "as often aa you like for what I!
Tiiisegend is laughable to relate, and
yet trii! withal. For my grandfather,
whenever he told it, was wont to say, "It
must Ik so my son, otherwise how could I
tell it tiec And it wss in this wise
that thething came to pass.
11 wffi a fair Sun day morn before har
vest-tkfe, ubout buckwheat bloom. The
sun sh.ne bright in the sky,the morning!
wind H.-w warm over the stubble, the society, comtorts himself with the idea
nir. t!,i» Ives hummed in
morning
phluete. Af) a little song,in
and riled
a mam
that ofany porcupine, wheahc sings.—j
Wed i- children, lie woaid tr.Ve.i little
were iling on. For the turnips grew
near lishoa&e, and as he ale of them, with
low the spoi when the turnips grew met
that) answered the Porcupine nothing
but eaid to hini, with the sneer jig air of a
*1 Pieman:
"Wt.yare you strolling rousi here so
eaily in the norning 1"
"Taking a walk," answered the Porcu*
pine.
"Walk, indeed laughed the haae "it
3»'eins to me that you might uie your
for something else."
S'his answer aggravated the Porcupine,|
wnat be ill in the legs
the soul, and he repli
"You think then, that your legs :V
Taut ldo," answered the liare.
"Aud that reyiainsto be proved,* qtlOth
Port upioe, "for I bet that in a raco 1 beat1 ^.niI
ou.
"Fudge!" replied the
'•The World Owes me a LiTio .1'
This is one of the vile sterotyped false
hools, that hiafers and rogues of all sorts
use as apology for their laziness or ras
calities.
INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NBtTRAL IN NOTHING.
And when they were in the field, he of his brow. Thosr drops tho industrious
said, "See, we will run o»«r race on this man coins into golden mint drops thtt
ploughed ground, letween the furrows, fill his coffers.—Partlanl
where neither can see the other. Now
you must stmd at the one end of the fur*
row, so that, when the Hare comes raring
up on the other side, you may cry out )*011
eps, a
So the Hare ran four-and-seventy times,'
d'or, and they joyfully weut their
homeward—aiid. still live there for aught
I know.
Tins wa? the great race between
cupine Mid the Hare, which come jfTon
the history, wish joy
tale, however, is this:
"Husband and wife should b« like taa
to each other."
The Jeremy Didler, who sponges on
that
h«'13 lhu-' otlIy
a,lll
who was crooked bv natuie, being some- get a ong so well. It seems a
i i i i K u i
u Ui
He has looked after
crooked legs I But I'
what is it
"A L'uii.sd'or and
said the Porcupine. J,.n5
"Done." cried the Hafe,fictrt and run, uis throat.
I'm ready!" V e said he was a "hart worker.
fir« go," replied the Porcupine,
•*#jid get my Weakfait^
,tu1^ 4"*
What's the word asked Fur-coat. was on the steamer s roof where I seed 110 ,j0
back. And as the Hare come full race to cuttarpiller
to U \l you that the Porcu- and cut up a goml ma
e verv image of her hus-
his ears lay flat but Mrs.. Porcupine lay Pl'ar^s
still. And as he came to the other end.!^ia^'
her husljiind cried "here we are again i80
her where she located.
of
i
J,-'U «'H»*IW
,u i.i...v Ui'r not «or» than enormous Unkrupl-LaJ rclused ^, ,vJ
0P,i*
And t-hifp !:e thus hummed, it camp intoj. theory is false and fnndu
dand!'
int*
his heid, that'vhile his wife was» ed and 11'^ V"
jta« «f«y .ry
1
he rule is the reverse. We owe
™rl'
an
U
how las turnips j13' ^'x'un- would live without a newspaj^T
«ewl .J '",, f"? "ft**-
i hich Ues be-! PauP"f,fi'grave Perh.aps as he goes alor.g
0r
otbtr places ol loaiing, may loldhis arms
in idleness, undtr the consolation of be-!tluU
he will recieve occasional iKiymeuts "Oil
of glorious iIlustia-iInl!rCT111
The world is full
tions of this truth.
i rise from obscurity and po "rtJtonmZ!is^hc
vveuitn, ond we wonder how
k
lep..n..i ij"t .Might i„ tnvs«ery,hiul! the wliole mystery lies in „,fj |,i8
«.snrrli.xrltf l*-»t? quildieatioiis above mentioned.—
•epiieaaoioruuigiy. I ru„„ ,L .. .a uuwortnme
a
pourm
•tSE^55WSSBPWaS8HHP
E^ltctic.
Billy Ituffiims Story.
•Well, gentlemen,'said Hilly,'I'll tell
Wl,
Major Pete wouldut fige' tiiat
here I am.'" And this she did like a dooil, so do'i say a word until I ost«*ti act—a desirt? that does not often
good wife. And as the Porcupine came. finished. You remember the little''Lady exist in this selfage age, much less tl.c
on the ground, behold the Hare was there. J®'14*' what busted last tall? i practice. As we have said—we desire
•'Cutand run!" replied Porcupine. the most^charming female that ever lived ''Knowledge is better than silver, and
And o!F the Hare went, like a storm- except hve. Wli«»n 1 tell you she sailed wisdom than fine gold," said a wise man,
wind, over the field. Hut the Porcupine round like a mad peacock,
ran exacty three steps, and then turned niatrme how she made me
was
s*5t
pine's wife is the very image..
land. "The Old Nick must have helped gentlemen—wink
you,' snapped the Hare, 'here goes again.' ''at'u And sich eyes
And off b,. shot like the storm-wind, till
skY—1a
!:rrtt'
W uen I got pretty cluss, I rtz my hat
w^at
t0
say
and tremble —the
le I
care!'' jmiu uciumc —me gal seen me, and sot^ ^i^vo all, we should mention that
a
and every other the Porcupine cried 'here tremblia the little boat shook like
way Ujnight
trenibiiu too arid Jn-tween us both a i pnperf
we are again"—but the odd ruu.s w
-re y°ui»? hurncan.'. I to be before.
in the lurrow. But thv'Porcupine took didn know but the dear critter might Tliey gather wisdoni of every
his bottle of wine, gave kit wife the Louis somebody s Wile consequently, I
a^(1
,5» ,'u.
1 back out. S*iJ kept a ba k-jj10y
a
—bovyiu perhte all the
,' ,iv
tliij hi«tin*v wi«Vi inv IDOral of the COU.ull Stand up I
forgot all alwut
that, Well, let's see:—I expect the rea
son wa ho was a.'raid th^t if he got e^-jt
and fell, he
migkt bump Ait htud
Why don't you Nubscribc Koirf
At the present time the world is all in
motion, an 1 Fattier Tune presents new
wonders for our contemplation, every
hour involving our individual interests,
the interests of our country, and the wel
fare or misery of mankind. News that
used to come every week, now come
ll0ur ail c0
uv%t
pnSl,t lile and return,
„,(.
owl a
accelerated motion of mind and matter
generatej heat and light, and the speed
whi 'h we have gained sends us on stil!
been well re.,„rked l,y
a
IlpvsP^I^r'
tt,,a tno
n ... like advantages, and tne prolessional man
a,nobod' witi10Ut
i UK -_.i wiio negiecti to read it, and to draw the
K I
rk,.t' el.rio ti .t. uiiwonnmess oi nis uusu mere is more
3Mcu)5-letter.
TIPTON, IOWA. SATURDAY, NOV. 12,1853. NO. 1.
When the Porcupine readied home he fectly willing, no doubt, to hold his hat,! pci i iUy. ai»*ini! thut belongs to it, is worthy
he s u|: if piovidence would shower gold into it 'of attention and it is cjuunandmg the gr 'th mere fun and popularity 'bnfct
"Wife,dress yourself and come to the! or if it would rain roast beef, he would! attention of all intelligent minds as the lie Hon. Leslie CiJomba, of Kentuck
field, for I am to run a race with the Hare: hare a platter ready to catch it. But to {giant influence of the day. Its Itterarv In the way ofanecdote. he is unequal*
for a gold Lotiisd'or and a bottle of wine." work, an 1 work hard—"there's the rub
"Man, man," she answered, "art thou L-1 fortune eoiue to him in any other
mad W hat! rare with th'* Hare !M i sliiipe than U»at.
''Hold your tongue, wrife," replied the But young man, work it must be—
porcupine, "ladies should never meddle work! work! work! It was designed
with their husband's business. So dress from the ln-ginning that man should earn
and come." i his bread, not by loafing, but by the sweat
our
crawlm up my trow-1
the other end, there was Porcupiue his serf-leg. And bein as how I rn a darn bors.
wife, and she cried, "Lo here ntn I!"— handsome leller, I begun to jump and These arc "fast" times—the trorld it1
And the Hare stared and wondered not a ''aiu'° around her like a young butlalo.
little, tiiinging that it was porcupine hi in-1 "Well, arter 1 detracted her attention,
self for I forgot to U!
1 vou that the Porcu- i and cut up a goml many shines,
W
a
I'll be
'""n w
ink!
Wan't
Is, more beautiful.
have k
.Ut
slick as an I ngm, and were jest gom to'than in old times, and the
blaat, when 1 dbegol-darndit I knowed
who
It has i
1
i!!t*.
m^°rai^'(
ostium only .\o cents i j- [Ul{(
even but one*
price ol puroduc
a n
1
may brm^ gains to the farmer of ten times
',u,
Ti'\
If we mark th. history o( such a mm,1 jS" •Obbirw'l'^l.i hee'a pi'ked'.ipaii.l dt- ho,'-
„0.®.ii aiid read a newspaper—not our news
iwderation.
*le P®r'
1
haracter. its agricultural productions, it* while his mode of telling stories unparW
mechanical genius nnd skill, its mercan- Ja ''-ue to ti.em that nc one can apprecial#
tile enterprise uo nuui uau remain i^uor- who has not iaade his acpnairit«»n«'e.
ant of and prosper.
In add it on to the "opinions of the press,"
published in another column, Ave would
call particular attention to the
the We.it:
Don't Rt ad this Ajmrtt.—We have
a
desire to do a benevolent and disinter-
patrons good, and we will.—
you can lui-jaud both are essentially necessary in tins .whist, aud a
feel as if a
g0
u ra
pu] improvement, if a man don't ot it."
ant to be left out of sight by his neigh
full of "fast" men, "fast" women, "fast"
boys, "fast" locomotives, "fast" reapintr
medicines,and the best kind of every thing.
or
-blue as the
ils
mmi,h
9chools aiwl
fced
wor
Then I begun to feel
B0
hard since the
ar,.
a|times
called off bv Madame. And on the' "Prety soor: I begun to come to my —the haralds of improvements and breeclies was so tern and tattered, that
seventy-fifth heat, the Hare dropped dead ^nses, when I felt dreadful skared,
for
pr0srn s8j
an
u, t}l(,
nian
time, vo«i know—until, not look in' W
I, i. iing man's business capital. They tell
the ,r-! !"«'.. tock'Ml square overboard -true as
ry
uuevcu!ha«
up
•H i, ha!' laughed TomOliphant, Esp.,
as Bdly started to leave 'but you didn't
tell me why Major Pete wouldn't fight
that ar' dooil.'
'O, yes,' sed Bill,
"I
vvr),lt
They are the poor
*s fri,M1d, the energetic and entcrprs-
ou whu Uu.
.,e "un best trienes. They inform the man wiio
e jj,irie rui.nne iiare, wuii'ii coiue jii on j'huwl'-r "est Irienes. Ihey lnlorni the man who "tWhy,
*ny, wiai u i oiu teueraiwc,
the Buxthunder nth and to all who read
!)t|lli(.iana,
ir Ttnun,
WoMtJl's RlC.ITtS AWOJTO THE HOT
TEx roTS.—Tile Hottentot females nie at
om:e the laziest a id most ill-used of wo
men. Tile priest when he marries them
blesser, them, saying, 'May you live hap
py, and year-a-year bear a son, who
may live to Ik* a good hunter and a war
rior.' It is needless to say that thic
.wish is not always gratified.
So long as her husband exists, the
Hottentot woman is the slave and drudge
the task
ance of the
ats, drinks,
au on
her devolves
•pr.
Lint I
r.^i^iKorrio i.- n„,,.p .u u
land, for each*is a great nation of
fit united to tbe ethers, lie We*t, e§»!
becomes
so for life,
husland,
our notions,
on,,, !!,r :&,r^^' «».«:» ^e.U.u,
manliness and dexterity in pro^itiou to
tke c!tfKttbeuie||t.
attention ol hispupibto its practical teach-: Kxt«aviRa-c»:.--A full grown burk
ings, is wholely unfit for his situation,
4,a
neglect gives oin' evidence
uuwortiiiness oi his trust. There
business iniO'j'Uialioii in the cot use
»a ^,id rf^ht ''l^siness mlcnualion in the co,.rse of VUTmit knowledge cr^rtandy at the
ra",l'.r
,®11.
0
Wi f°
,l"1*
idence of tunibled into a stiige coach owe
bright morn, beside a traveller who wm
nothing else!" hic-ay^h
11
Men shout! take a newspaper from 'J®v'f'f
smi,st q^atitj.— |Sl|uUl
1
i each and eve p.' section of this wide-spread' *-1»/\"-why, a g**l «l.|ttl is uacd
1X1
|1,60 IN ADVANCE.
Jan rib
R^^Few nem have ever fee to Coii*
Among the "characters" that Mr.
Coombs knows like a little book, is *1
Major Lucky, whose taste for bragging
following'amounts,
notice which we cannot resist giving »ur Whenever th* Major has a stringer in
readers, although our natural modesty !the noghhtwhood, lie "opens wide, nnd
kicks against it. It is but a sample of spreads hmi*eli," and with a success tliftt
what we recievo daily from every part of leave# us nothing to desire. The follow.
at times, to the sublime.—
jig scene took place between the Major
'and Cul. Peters, "u late arrival" fnMQ
Illinois
"Major, I understand from GaBk
Coonibi, that shortly alter the RevolutiMI
you visited England bow did you lik»
the jaunt
V*
n
Yes sir-ee^| ^t) jlow excellent a man's plough,' "How so{"
that excru-1
"Capitally! I had not been in London
five bourn lietorr Hex sent forine to play
devil ol a time we ha«
Rex what Rex
"Why, Rex the King—George th*
Third. The Tame came off at Windsor
Cuslle—Hex arid I played against Billy
Pitt and Ed. Burke—and resulted raw
er comically."
other machine may be got up, as soon "A« we were playing the lnst gai*e,
jt hoa.id t)i\ su is Vankee enter-I Rex said, in rather a familiar manner.
The reason is, the er of his Country." 'Father bed
more of them isays he, "he was a cursed rebel, anil had
girls are not jl served him right, he would have been
invention of hung long ago." This, of course, riled
spinning jennies and steam looms—but me, and to tliat degree, that I just drew
tuews-
ar". yoiir
where to
anything to
sell,
sell
.back, and gave him a blow betweeu th©
t«*,i times as gotxi, and tlnee 'eyes tliut felleil hiin like a bullock. The
as che$p as they wore ever known'next moment Pitt and Burke mounted a»e,
A twtpaoers art th* light of
cliiTW,1
,| jisp,.usc knowledge to every hou.u-
&ud in less than ten minutes my shirt and
I looked like Ivxzartis. Tins gave me
rather a distaste for English society, ao
th* next iming I set sail for America.
Six weeks alterwars I la&led at W«ab
inc'on. The first person 1 met aftef 9Mr
teruig the city was t."
"g 'what
that «l aid £ed»«raH«t»
it. and Quincy Adam?. He MTTOD me to)4«y
it i« «'i\r»li i,» miifl',.1 P.,! I,ill,.111.I,n,i a.4 i ,i .l VI.'
what it is worth in market. People are {ninepins with him, and i did so. Won
shafrp now-a-days, and the individual who
don't read the newspapers regularly, is
certain to lie "picked up," sooner or later
by those who do read them. Tlio*e who
read are the "fast" and the" safe" men of
the age —those who don't read, are those
who uo a3 their ansestors did, carry their
cornto mill in one end ol the bug, balanced
by a large stone in the other end. Wake
up then fellow citizens, to the great impor
tance of knowledge in these days of rail
roads, steamlioats. and ligiiUjMf trie*
graphs.—boil
id
two shilliugs a game, and then
had a row."
"About what?"
"Hi- wanted to pay
me
off in CftjK
nental money, wortii about a shilling
peck. 1 got angry, and knocked him in
to a spittoon. YVhilst 1 still had him
down, 'Jim' came in and drauged uiu off
to the White HouM-."'
"What Jim?"
"Why. Jim Madiaon. I t«rnt,
euchre lor two hours, when 'Tom' came in.
and insisted that I should go home wiUk
him."
"What Tom?"
"Why, Tom Jefferson. Jim
would not listen to it, aiidtheconsepueiic©
was that they weut into a light. In the
midst of it they fell over the banisters,
a,id dropped aUiut fifty feet. When I
jlelt, they were giving each other hell in
jthe coai cellar. How it terminated I
never could learn, as just then 'Martha*
ran in, and said I must accompany her
up to Mount Vernon to se '(Jeorg$»,w
"What Martha do you in an
"Martha Washington, wife to George*
the old boy that gave jeaay to tho Hit.
sians."
About here, Coombs said the stranger
began to discover that he was "swallow*
ing things." The next stage that camo
along, he took passage in for an adjacent
town. The Major, we believe, is stiil
ie ^n\e
P:
is ilio
aflt'i tions. The heart i." her world it in
there her a^ance seek? for hidden trent
urej. Sire sends forui her sympathies on
.adventure—she embarks her whole soul
in the trafic of affection and if *hij
wrecketi, her case is hopel*ss for it
jbankrdptcy to the lieart.
1
tSSTA genius in Ohio Has °ii*reftt«t
:ari engiue tnat he supjioses will super*
.1 i cede .steam. The motive i»ower is a
o s a e a v e e i
leier um! uructaikd dowu to
a very tme
a
production, turl L..:
,0WC
i o i s u i of
.•.»•«!Rev. Antoii.ette L. Brown
|n5,ur
Fammos.—The
-t u
ordaiuvd
Churd. at Sort,
... Butler, N. V., Oil Thursday last. Gerrjt
VVaS
piest-rrf, and n.adc a brief ad-
tdresw. The serin on or. the occasion waa
e,j by R,.v M(. uJ- Syracu
K. Hunt, of Boston wM
wesejitl&reittcfe.
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