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HOW TIIRT (IDT TllR I IUt PlAlt)
llfMV TMKT LOIT THEM.
A TA I I or tJtal Lirt WITH A TAIL Til IT.
VT (,r the c rth. r"ldmgtop iriythirig
rl '., n 'eal..u fa raiie a laitrh. TLI
is n j. t to tha want cf originality tbsc
to i r,.ii)na to ca.:hlnliou. S nrr tire
tina w he hf en i Mat bur Je ring on frit?
m outtrit'J wi;h tay Until a Hill more
t':ai a ni g, when eirtunwtaocet. that
are tb ut to relate, furnished provecalioa
'h ! th risibilities of every
-ml as J tiaay republican for nillei
T wtak ago w rhrn'oled lbs advent rf
man from (Mahe, in search of frtuda.
t'tc; p.rjg at (to Date Uoui whll kere. h
d.ne om tail tkirg nrf torn tali travelling
throngh th t.'rt, and appeared wler than aa
o'. II ! the Lrro that adorn our tale, and
a ihll eaii lira, f"r .bonne, J tin.
i . ..i .4 ivk'og qpadrnpod nf
' . ; .ii"fel between
; ,i -,n and by tkeir
: it i, r.. stinted to make his progrc,,
r'.'i 'ifl'irg reaity to Icav
- t ' ' ' ', nn ffl 'd bitr.se.'f op j
i . r-1 t iVing in n pas enpsr whom
.i o . i et.irted for Niobraruh Jiai's '
:....!! i:i'; leih"! out, wrj wis sent
tj fii p's of tr m l, to look cut for the and- j
til r-f.l,lingt:'n.hed pcr'nnejce or, iicpcrtnet !
bvioin. J i.t nr. l Hill wore thr.'f- (vs, or )
tire vit.riting in the ritk.ly 't
frre Niobrarah hove in "ig'it. J l leT -
r.,1. 0 an l others hid time to muuf acture
k i "'.I l"i cf names, among were i!iin of
ll'.-wel Colli, John Browo, Lucy Ftmie, Ter
iea:s 0 'lit!, Uin Peter Michval Shneider.
:i I nomnrons others ef t similar character,
a lih a faw who lived rljlit in town ; and placed
! -en in tbe ker njt of the county clerk,
,'. !r traetlob to fnrotsh the fraud buutere
. o rpy. Uu duo hating uxed all preeau
; ii ii "ginkl.le to avoid detcotion, and fortify
.i tbrir detarminati.u with suniry draught
fun a k i d, known as a certain cur for
na'( lite?, male a straight wake for tb
eounty clerk office. The look they gave that
official as they demo led a copy of the poll
bik, is represented a terrific Ho wat not
to badly .cared bnt that he made one out
nd after eakln Jim nrae down with th
.apelter" for th tame, handed a copy if the
fraudulent pell book to them. Success having
attended them thus far, they aoneUdsJ to Ink
om ty." Hy thit tim the wheel had
disappeared from their wagon and they wer
. ..4 .ll.k, ii. i: .l . ...... 1
MCl lag ,a., ,oey naa re.n .
vuu'a aun ,uw V'JVUI B IDFir V1S1I UlHCOV-
ir.d, they grew tome hat weak about th
1 Mi Jli propred toother drink, which
proposition was acquiesced In by Bill, look
U at tke matter in a very serious light and
Jisiklag what the J d democrats might do,
thry excluded that ae tbey bud no onvytne
by whteh tbey eould leav town together, that '
cue ef them bculd tak he hori ai thai
frilt and afrp fresa tbe place under cvrr i
f tight. Tbi plan laving been adopted.it
fall to BUI tu mV th necessary preparations
for hit tcarceuevt in Nlobrarah, between that
time an 1 daylight ef the next m0rai,,g jin,
wat to remain and, If necessary die for tbe
ucrs. of th undertaking.
Wat tJd Vol tank In the vent tuadry dera
ccrau aal ot a few republican, wero teen
dodging aroanl ih corners aod keeping a
rharp lockout for the fraud-hunter. Jim and
U.ll er net to b oatbine, to iluppiug into
a iJom, apparently tjuVe drink, bat os
lauub'y to elu io tu.: viincorf tlire who
er watchiiix tl.em. L' ". ct'irii I nut the!
b..k .y and tr f - e i,.Ul UmI con- j
tnu. i the hor-r, '.:.. . ,. TJ. W4J Bill '
d.'traitjl Uut tu. ri 1 1 Unow, bv 1
wbat foul i.-a j,;, .UtV...g s'.egHia, Daily,
ws uot lL'te.i u Ci tfrew. l mitiug und
plpiuting ha r.J.- J .,hs uV.e but lo ! he 1
fiunl th djor Uek-1. TkUwaa uaexptcti r.'.t-i t li.s !-.i 1. l..n, ant liev.t'.lv er, Lr
Th tiiioie turning f a ky bad turned Uia U.e ji'Mf o m i.. ;.'! ht I'I -.tt-.... ih. I!
renuJavrh tJ ill iiit t-jjii L,r,. ....... .,.,t'A'l lu K;,i ndiitt, in tlm I.K-il i.'.,-. f
war adventartrt war atia fuila-J. Iiill l
m -,. I
leued back i b:.- he irn Jim anj fitod !
bim 9::gstly ntUviou, and nuarly annihilated !
with fear. fcer internally raved an 1 ewira.
sli i thore
'pcried'' were tupportlng pt
audUil lmgs about town and holdiug on to
toeirr.detn.ket them from iplltlng. Il wa
now conlu!o 1 t j eonfrout tbe two men nf law
Jim kd UU ttr bulb iawjers and Ue
ir., I a U at te poll bonk, a thy want
i . . . e f tadj tiiue wit ou it. Thie
.;. 'r; I'M Ji.a Lnd l'ill wr lu a u.iuuiity
kil l c .1' l'irj, "silt plauil1' tu q'lot
aair .(;- ' ;n; uuiutrra" were ag tinet
Jim knt if they wuuld stivud .. k aij l
make a aiUmyl to nat,-h U be w,.J I rvol
Ik '.lt. Ifc'- w ati.te tj ,j ,t,t j, r
tel'Bg o- H t k a .'rink. 'Mil tun
t atruig cn his UriVn propnur I .i J ul
bl be BoxU lake tu fiauda aui U'.o (..
oil f' l, and gvi4rraild aii titraonlitiiwy
Us riuina fit tu fir-tfor mile Tics
i..; a.eed UDjS ad ool ku)injai lb. y
-,m t ver K 4h other k.u on tl.t uS
lini'y p,ir. eniiraced, ! t Drum and
. ,,,,, ..j.i li'e rair of a ft'weli lo t.
fr;e !' ft th v.l'ier, hoa! 1 m nhip r.et'1 tbr-a
M tbeir lam duo advek'.ur amorf 'le '.'"u
) ev nt N-tr Ntlrti.1
A h-.i (iv tJ a 1.1 I It i. r I rrti. -1
p'ae of ! war J m w.t'murled villi
tiioi of kiv)f, fc-ke 1 tails, ini mtirderoo
j dr.ert Dri ihis ti Jo T
ard the other fnoclndirg they bad fun enoujh
i'jif ncivriBinni . vw-
par t( tee bl Iti place eooid afford, in oH-r
to shew iWn that I. K-n qui court could taut
12S kin rr Ibf democratic dektt, oeld bo-
uinr 1, a. an ! alj ifai1 Mieir hnarit:alitv
.r. . ,
j to ..t oter krp rrpuHicani Aecorlirnlj
I Bbro ia tatde aifrd, a deieatioll etart
! tJ for the botel, but fuuiid that otie nf tke
bir da bad t imn. feeing tb tlT'it that bad
beea produced on Jim aud Rill ti er roncladed
to flae the prank eat. Ooirj to Jim'e bed
rm m dvor, tlier eonnieaceU a fur'wue kuock
ii.g and doinatilrd inrtaut kdniiMicB in eety
boirtrrou touee. lie ecarcel knew what to
Ai I nt after ci'ipg mattrra and tliinrs u
c-L-i J raiiin, ftjutly infi-l 1 ou kimaing
tiiCir t iiinrii. 0.: rui't v ( rear I timn t ri .
re-t, laid tbe.r jl jtgt wa to oMnu v.-e.fri -n
vftltcoj t,f l!iej'(!l buok, i..l il.ii
wi re t..und t liata it nt unjr ci H. II.1 H en
tcld Itiera it w ii't in bif j a . ri .n, t; t 15.'.!
Lit it an J It It t ii N'itt..:ig loit :Li i j ci.ii g
uf tiie door wculd uli.r m.J be a.oorJiiijj
I'Miif the bolt add lit tucin in. I.tfj fnunj
hiio Ktitridiug iu tlm nil i i 1 j of tto Uor, b:i
rakcJi.eta balf ceterej WHj a uln lal.air.t
Ta'garlr (leuuruinate I a aiiiit. Witiiout ch
ferticg any further cerroionj, lhau fic ji.tut
def laratiuon, t'.at bale tiio aeireied papeie
thej mud, tbey iatitutci a rig irom eoarcli
Into bit boot, atockingi anj cap, to find the
tnlisicg papare, but their eearch nai fr jitlui-".
The ant aided Jim aod promenaded him
tbruugh tha paage, down ttnirs, an 1 up to
the bar, in a half nude elate ; and while all tiok
a diiiilt, eeeeral took occasiouto dilate on the
ULgnificiebt proportioin of bin two bare lrgi.
A'ctrtaiuiag whert Bill bad baaeed bimnclf
they il 'itrm.ned to ce Ibe juke "tbrough"fttid
1 acevrJingly ct.tU"! to pay thrir regurJs to
that individual, whoilitK'd their uopiV!it
by Bucturnl aJroifnee. Arrivrg at the
J luoe.luvy surruJr.dfJ :ht Lous toirevetit the
rap of tie papers, and havltg all tLings
fixed a uv.rt. 1 ii's HrcU'cJ L htt
and Li guert, and up'.u tbt former going to
tk detr and taking loci at the element,
suddenly shrank buck and ir.furaie l II. II tUt
(be bnuse wm surroun led. It isenil that
Dill turned all culur but black, during the
next thirty eeondn succeeding the annouuc
mcnt;gave himself up for Iot and Lecaruv
resigned to bis fate. The crowd entered and
demanded "them papers." Bill gave the host
an Imploring look as much as to say "be who
teal toy purse steals traxh, but be who fil
ches from me those papers takes that which
inakea me poor indeed;" but tb host only
gave a shrug of his shoulders anj intimated
very distinctly that be bad better "fork" them
ever Immediately, ileiag anabl to get oat of
bis track be Instinctively pointed at them anj
audibly ejaculated " papers !" Tb paper
being teoured out f the crowd waggishly,
laoveil that Jim and Dill be thrown into the
river. Enough Toted for it to give It tbe sem
blance of earnestness but tbe motion did not
prevail. They then west bek to town
whence they repaired to tke quarters of Cul.
Q wherv the gaesU wsre long expected ;
and titling down to a table groaning with
roantbeiif and puddings, which were waiheJ
don ,heir gutltrHi, .l,rB.,et, with Rio Java
and Rye, they beenme very enthwiastic. We
regret we have not room for the epeccbee and
toatt of J,HU. delivtrtd at th feast. V e
m iy find ruoin. for them iu tome eubaeqacnt
ifrrtiU, and If we da we promise our readem
I omo rich. tVingn,
There IlUt one Instance oa record that
we kr.'-w rf, tul bvars any comparison to tbe
adventure ef cur during fraud hntrs, and
thnt hts tieea beautifully and graphieally
described by a celebrated Arneric tu Tiurlin
the following atTectiiij lines,
'Petor Gray went to the uorth
For furs aud other kini
And lost the top of his head
By tb bloody Ia-ji-in."
W think th adventure of Peter Gray was
not a oirournttanc to that of our heroes and
w accordingly commemorate Ike deed by im
proving on Peter Gray.
Jim and Hill went th north
tor "frnn.U" ttu-l mlir Ihiuira.
Tbey gi:t nearly aiHtdl tudvuh,
Au I n r;; ,-fr:iu I" Ji I bil t i n l.
Ili.n rau A llltl-
I! mi Ov-.i. A II. ns l'e
'.-I.;'."- fr U ' '' " "
metiber of the Leg
'' , ii in ilia cl'y
Mr lli'id l i'i '"' hii is ii lli.publicsn
Hlli r i'i ''iitinpiii i r i y hcIoii, hh eliirv' l by
a i.-j;iva; ' n K nt 1 " i mi i taer si.'hu! two in ui !:s
t'H ...ii. I ii. li..riii. r. i'I.i I'....' i : ,.
! ! .l i Mint r . but he b it u n :i
i v ik. iiiiniihlli fin it:tv M .
it,,, .(.eneut in justice to Mi K.t. U e. -.
L'pon rsadinit the above nniie w wr f r
e.bly Impressed with the belief un ift.
human w 11 matate. Yeb'.s it
did go so far once as to writs ! -. vt m i - .
representatives" from Dik'Ui' ivj n
ocati, but we earnMt'y b ti t.w.i1
from cnnaiiUrinn l!iuJ ! nuru .
eaa give no better pruJ .' j :...-u.v. ,
I ban his laid article rn . v'...." w.t '
in tlm lut 1''.Wjt ' .t '..1 ..i..y
mT wril lii in ditn a d;ta n .' - -
pr' ir, but we think h;s t n .? a vi - ,t
iU." " llelnijratio p.o.i.c 1 ..eu .:
!. I ib," ka , and bi thra.t : -- V m .
lii-irlot Atioiiioj an i lie n r:,.-. '
i. i . unlike nun 1S1 - t
i -.i'u wi-h the ll;-ub,u A ptr'y " ' (
"u lll'i'i v fur t ut ,-i'.im ( .)
it... 1.1 .
, v. 1 CI IIUI.VIB.ll t. ,Jt .; ,
f 111 tvt -na len.'O tu !n l. nun.
. ! U) ki lU.n'a A psil 'e l .f
" aH'a neioinea feamer' ; iay .
tb.i k tiij.1 vb vi ij.ituu.lo mJuairy ani
e.iiee that a ei'.k pure Uiay b tiicu?krt.r.
e l fiom a .' Mr or even tSat the sta. v.w
UHK.it ;o)77( get up a k Lift MUl tr t
thiua tue 1 iyt uf Uer mouth is UraL' i
! ihe i- im'u.n ..l ei t ouu U. IV B.
p'elire nuie.tf that wlien tbe ta iat'tr (e:.
(il hi n, ibat wW'!l inin l' t A'-i'i ' . ,
'nr:nJmlir;f ."l( c-i i' a I E'l
TUC HDI TF. FHOM KHIIT RttDtLL
TO KOIIT l.tlt t Ml K.
The qi-ii.a whether the Ooeernnsnt
ahxild ait make Fort Rtn lull the poiot from
wbirht i freight iti atnre-n to For: Laramie
and I' tab, appear to be gainiag ground. Ia
view of the immense a Nantagea the adoption
ofthie roate would giee, and the ! eaeing
ia tnoTtj, time and diattnoe , this is as it
ebould be. Therouij Is deoi lelljr p-.;ferah!e
to that from Lenw.rth or Nebraska C'it.
The distance from the former place to Fort
Lxramift, 1 f. 50 miles; f.-om the latter, 675;
while from Fort Rtn 111 It is not fully 350
miles. Here would be aaring In the first in
etanee of tOO nilas of land travel, and in the
eeoDd, of 32S. Eeer on who has been
the two Bret mentioned routes, knows
how diff.eolt it is, during the early part of
summer fur freight wagons to make tuy
pppgres. on aernnnt of the innnverahle small
streams cn th route; nearly all of which are
utiSrMgo t C i the Run dall rout t L is inenn
trettienoe i-n n.it eiit, und bnt three efremas
wull uti;.i be lri Igd ; which ruipht !) d i:o
at a si-til eifnue.
T!,c ui:! l.mr it t.ir:- traia cf (i -f;n-
nitni :or. a i i timch t uit Uirnuiie n lr an
t'ify ob.'.it one h'lii !re I an 1 forty. If i tniiu
I.f!euworth r Ntliri-k'i C'tr on llio
firt tf -M ly wUali i nt c ir'y ns it i.i pru
der.t to i-t irt it will be tbo l-i-.t nf July or
fiist of Angait brfore it n-auhci Lir imii, and
about the mid Jlo of September bif'jreit cu
reach 8s!t Ltke City. The train nay nnWd because we think Mr need any defense at
posritly, at b'oit Laraaiio and return to tbe our hau ls, or heciuse wo r tbe oaluiunie
Uissoari river before the winter ta in; but ui'ereJ by tither of the paper referred to,
tbit cannot be don. from Salt Uk. City.- will lnjar him. li.s character ii I above re
. ' proacli aiove the reach of tb malicious
8-)Veial parties underto tb eiperimtat ltet eaafis of either of these villains, who, it la
year, hut Leceuibr ought them iu the moun- catoricm, uvii in nothing bot (lander. Ae
tnins and mo-t of theiu fr oie to death. If pMnan.
Fort Randall was made the depot, fr.,ru whence ' 11 ' floniolation to tbe Iltrrtd te know
Government stores were freigSt! to Lara-'. X"nHnU tb " bater sheet."
mie and Utub, they could leave that poiut w hoPe our brother of the " baaer sheet '
a early at the first of May, certain, and, al will not feel hinmlf to highly flattered, by
lowing fifty dayt in which to reach Laramie-
would reach lt Ltks City about the tenth
of August. There woul 1 be (imp' e time to J
unload the train nnd leave the M irmou val- i
Icy and retorn to Kn lull cr any clhtr point
on tLerirer before the cold weather commenc
ed. The eoit of freighting ftom Fort Risdull
at the present price paid te Rusrti:, Majors
W a ldel cn'il 1 be six dollar !e?s cn the
huuorcd pauud-i thna is now paid from Leav
enworth an 1 Nebraska City. That firm re
ceive HO a hundred, for freigbtir ttores
to Pilt lvke tty, whL-b is about J 00 per
cwt. for a huulrel miles. Uoven.sBent stores
oaa be shipped to Fort Randall, or atvy other
point there that might be selected as a dpot,
for, at m9t, $1 00 per hundred. Deducting
thi from th $4 00 saved in laud tnwel, and
w have $5 00 left, which amount tho Gov
ernmetU can ear on every hun Ird pounda
tent to Laramie or Camp Floyd. We have nt
idea of the weight of etoret tent to tbe
placet; but we will to&ke a rongh estimate
that we knew, must fall far short of tb actu
al weight, and consequently, of the aoienl
saving to tb Government. W will .uppone
that last season, there wer 20 train tent oat
of 24 wagon, each ; ach wagon bearing 4000
punds. This would give a total of 2,080,000.
At a taving uf $3 00 on a hundred, the Got
eminent could retrench its expenditure in a
tingle seaioo, $101,000.
Stvtal parti whe went from thit apper
eouutry to the rniuo. last spring, took that
roate, and reported plenty of wood, water and
wasuisiiwn, d. a
We would earueatly invite th attention of
our democratio friend throughout tbe Uuioa
to th weekly ediiion uf our paper, which we
publish every Saturday morning, and which
hat already met with suoh flattering success.
The "Weekly CouatUntion" ia a larg and
beatiiifully printed sheet, combining the ad
vantages of a political and family newspaper.
It it mad up of the wont important editorial
artioles wbloh are published in oar daily it
tut j will contain during th iiuuu of Con
greet carefully prepared abstract cf th pro
ceedings in both houHes, furnishes autheutio
information of th proceedings of th various
department of ttovernmeut i for obtaining
which we have peculiar faeilitie ; all patents
ihsued are published in full; all change iu,
or discontinuance of pott office, regularly
appe.nr; and oontuint, besides, a large amount
of well 6vleto.l uiUoelluueou new, together
with tb Istssl r.-.ur't ami teipgrapliie intel
ligence, both foreign and dnini'atii.. The fab
bath K 'H.ling published In tlio li.iily nf 5' at
ui- lay evening is regulariy trannlnire l tu tbe
i tteeVly, and this ia a by.hly Ittterert'.ng foa
j Hire i t the paj'eruinl ineutu wlili great favor.
I N.'tr.ing uf a sectarian iiuiuio will bu a liiut-
tt in tuis departnmtit.
t IT. ia a deeiro tobitng brf .ratlio pimple the
,-'-:; l-"s f.d iimaeiire .1 i"inmiraiio
t'y. mZil al the aauio li..a (iiimUU llietii
a, in aooepl.it'lu news Journal, W otter llio
. (p-r at a price barely urtKleul to njr th
--.t ef paper, prtiuinn and paiiklng the
; trj are as follow ; For on enpy ten dul-
t pr ana'Ji ; tbre ropia tor lit duller ;
' ft t c ;-; f.r i:ght dollar ; Ian aoplns fur fit
' t ! di,!r; twenty copiee, nut 14 u I
.-v. twaty five dollar. iubiriptin nuiy
t i naeu at sir li-jit. Daily pnpr six iloi
it' tr AkQusi ; neini wtekly, four .lollaia pvi
ir.u. L'euietat put your almulJer to !ie
' pu-h cn th c luinn, and il will 11 .t (.
' ). w Ira.t, until you will enable 11 i to
1 . .-. au a kaiiJred ih-'unaud copies weekly,
i( in I rtat pper.
WT" & f.ors t'iMog this notice a conpicu-
1 i-.rr:.n will reeelv tke Cont-titioa
r-t'-.. r. in ehsar, proviJ.l lhy eud a
:i '.I u : tur oii.-iil Tbe who al
r.. r'.i .. i a-ex -ir g a ;U irast, a'a
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p 4. :. : r a-.
t.ie .1r.11 At the recent
'. t?. -Tu'e-iatt r'.uro
1 at P-.i -t'.i Va iti f.'.t.
It . . 1, J-i.ara 11.
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I ad lan l.tflilaiarM.
There ere three iadlan Lgirlatore now ia
tee ion w-et of tins 8 at. Tke Cherokee
Ocnocil ! ineessiuu at Tab uah, C. N. n
ty milee Troia l.!s place. Tt eonaal ne
ag of Ihtir cbicf tu rent in on the flirt
Monday in than month. Mr. Jrha Koes l the
prinaipal chief which rKce he tas held for
the Uei thirty year. Mr. Knee has written
more messages than any other Eiectitite i di
cer in the Unite-I Slate.
The Chivtew Legislature it in session at
B"sK7 lepot, 160 miles distant from Fort
Smith, cu the overland nnil route. Got.
Walker sent in hie mesretre cn the cigan'ua
tii.n of the Legislature. W'e hate received do
news from the teat of Government elnee t!ie
eommenctneDt of the Legislature. Gov. Walk
er retires, and Mr. Ia flare succeeds him.
Gov. W. it an ex ellent man honorable in
every way, and made an excellent Gov
ernor. We h 'p Qoveroor Leflore may do at
The Chlcasaw Legislature is s!eo in eession
at Titbimingo, C. N., near Fort Washita.
We have received bo newt of its doings.
Here are three Indian legislatures in tes-
ion at once, each baviog constitutions and
laws like the States of the Lmon organized
with executive, lerisUtive, and Judicial de-
partmeuta ench r.ation run off into conntiea,
wi;li repre'eiitatires iu butli branches of the
I.fi-Ut ure fnnn ech county. i'url Smitl
(Ari.)Timu, t0l lilt.
A I!AK II.AMIEH.
An in-lnlfi 'iit. ii'tv li".' thet, published
nt D"t i City, ij ii.h I crntory, uttered ft
al -o Iatiler upon Junes 1 Coil, of this
tity, i:i Ha n-ne of wei k belore last. Tbe
elu. i.l-r npied aith a sort of left-handed
eu lorsc.ui'iit l) a htill barer sheet, published
in tiiitf town Jn not refi'P tA this thiniy
t,,s boT notice. Mil 1, gentlemanly roan,
,h Webster. " High toned journal, " that
Ilnrrlble nlh Man Drsfli all
Mwndreit feet by a Frvt-gltt Iratu.
Yesterday's Pittsburgh 1'ost say;
Alexander Wilson, a biitcbor, Koine thirty
yesrs of o.-ldiiig in Birmingham, witL a
wife and twochildren, met with fearful death
mt. evening betweeu six and nven o'cloek
At the through freight train on the Pittsburgh,
T irt Wnyne aud Chicago Hailroad came iuto
the yat 1 a j lining the V in street depot, Wil
ten was (eu drtire.ng .1 ugthe ground, aad
on eiainiimt .011 bin left t t was found caught
between the brku block id the wheel of ih
third car. lie was inse ible, and died ie
fifteen minute" after bii t carried into the
orSoe. He ha1 tveral Wo nds ou bis head,
hie skull bei;. fractured da back showing
marks of b ,ig tlragired over the ties, ami
there was w ,.d cn his bft leg where it had
bsenet bt by the brake. An exainiuatma
of the 1 jke fhowtd that he had been caught
in toi&e inexplicabl manner, perhaps while
attempting to get on th trai on Liberty
street above tbe caoal bridge, whr hi cap
wan found and dragged nearly tthe bridge,
distance of at least il hundr4 fot Por
tions of his clothing wat found en the track
between Penn and Liberty street.
Two B.fffd W .
It I (aid that if a wolf get w.mn led in an
attack upon th Ru-.an buntert hit fellows
instantly fall on him and tear bim to paiee.
In Ilk manner tbe Republican wolve would
rend old Browo. 11 ha fallen in tbe fight,
and now the blood-thirsty Republieaut ory
out, "let him die." Th IVifcunstty. "twiug
him off !" Th Couritr and Snquirtr says,
hang Brown I A tit. Louis cotemporary
tay., let him " die thoi A a
traitor aod murderer." Ttioreau, wnoeuoke
in Boston in the dead of Fred. Douglas, aaid,
"no life can do eo much good a his death."
Old Rrown wi' nrobably be hung, but bit old
friends and 0011 derate manilent indectol
hast for hi xe 'on. It I because
they feel that some otn neck, deserve to b
utrotohed wore than hist- lt. Lou Hullf
tin. Jolxat Brtwa'i;PlkMi
Oo of th 1,200 pike found at Harper'
Frry wa present 1 by Governor Wiso to
a gentleman of thia State, who bronghl it en
her and left it at our effio. Iti number
129. Th blade i. a kind of bowie knife,
sharpened at both sides, attached ta a stoat
ooket, set upon a pol ft and half faet long.
Th blftd 1 tea inches In length, from th
point to tbe guard, n.l two inch, in wiith
at the widest part. ' '- ' nd point
ed, io lo be usea lor ttiriwuu; aod also
utting, edges beiruj sharp. Thit knife,
fixed firmly upon a pj'.e aud riveted on, ha a
murdcrou look. Il w.19 a eouiritanoa adapt
rd lo tho use of tbctslsTe-1, whoJon.it uu ier
stand how to mm igs rilles.
Tbe instigator of the plot, who ca'.cuta-!
that from three t ie hnali ; 1 li; wouil
. .... .1. .: ..: I ... u - p
.....vt f.mi,!i'J vei,.n ihi.i eo. .: ! w I
1. 1...... 1 i.t iba bn.l of tb ikrF w..,nn ikv I
would have no tim to drill in lieu., cf Lr i ff itn4j .0 0 ..iui.ion ,t ,he Bate. Hous
.rn.s. John Brown himself came u Conuect.',' : now on ex.bition at tb Bate, llous.
lout ud made contract wi-b Mr. aair ! "J0 net ll. nd 7
of I'ollinsville, for the matm-ficure U tnea i
blade-., th contract a.so i'l-.ii.ai tt !
P"'1'" .. . ' itaa Art Atto elation in another eolamn.
Mr. Bur cn'po.y.- I a wor tinu kt L :.u mi, ,
I., tuak them, mi I Hr!! w . her Us-. June, i
r about that time and bia-Bl f.r U. ec WA ZLIK-K stalwart Onaha IdUn im
pltlKU or to lvt a part of tteia bav.ng be I . , .
proio.,.l, u.ad. Ii age-4 'vivli th Bggn.ved part, itt bar
I sliould beatucawd wth pwraabl i-3 lr tkat recently took plac In tbi ojty, ea
t-ou.piete iu .' Mjati, bi aod ia
(jubse.iuaot!y Urowa cvi l. by .'.!. rt .
they ahoulJ b directed tu -- J. 4 g .,
ChautWra iiirg Pa ," tl ;.a Aifttl iauit th
wore opckJ, d:ruiai h-a x of
tko tU'iuattJ it.iM tu Jf-..t ia tk
otket, ail si. s.tr r,iTf tot teai
awav. A friral y-i it f t i. a few Uj
since, from tis j'.-.; i In ibea ,
tWO piktf btl H'.lfl tf
non'i1t ta frtM f v. r ,;t. Kir-', 4
Li. Hi t V. 1 ii. W
i -t a dca
; - xy 6f Male
fie vt it
fx - - PniB
.7 u 'i. -or j U
L i4ICi.l wb
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i t 1 i 1 i a .
re . . m lu . i.A. ,
Allht Warth tl"J
At tb Oibeon eoojty, (leta ) Th'.t, a nirrl
I peotcle was ieen. It is that Jet.-rib-J by
the Cin r
Aboit II o'o'oek. Nr. Stepheo Mea le and
t is w if entered the rinc. t illowesl by their
twelve tori aod two Jnughtars, h on a fine
gray eted, anel in the orJer f th!r ajr
They proceeded arcutd the ring, while the
band struck itn Hail Colombia, and drew up
in front of the F.xe:uuve, when tha President
) made some very apirofriate remarks, after
' which the mirnsnoth family was vceifereaely
1 cheered from one fid of the grounds to the
I other. We give a brief etat ment uf this fam
lily: The old gentleman was born is 1TV3,
and came to thie county In 1819' Mrs. Meade
ws t om in 1H0S The two were married in
i;-Jl. The ollest ton is 3 yaats old, aod
: the youngest 14. The oldest daughter ie 19
j and the youngest 17. Eleven are married and
' have twenty two children. The fourteen
children of Mr. Mead were all bora ia Gib
ton county, and all now live here b"t on
and are the best of eitiseo. Nsa eftb
family hate died, and all now luck hale and
During tb heat of tbe recent canvass, aa
article rejecting tevsrely nrvon tb orncial
character, of Judge Elooey, while Chief Jus
tice of Utah, was copiei into this Journal from
the Atlantic Month'. TTehave recently met
several inteligent gentlemen from that Terri-
tory, and we have become intiffleJ that lh
rtioU rofered to. did rea.t M uatiaa to the
Judge. Those gentlemen complained bitterly
cf thecharacter of the officials sent to that
Territory, by thie, and the preceding N
tiouat Administrations, but they all unit-
H in eaying that Judge Kinney was generally
popular with the people of Utah aod was re
garded by them, as aa honorable man, aud an
upright Judge. Thi much w regard as due
to the Judge, aud w cheerfully tay it. He-
Delgat in Congres from this territory,
left for bi. field of labor at Washington, ou
Monday last. Th Gen. i. threatened with a
contett by S. Q. Daily, who hope by thit
means, to reimburse himself and baekert, with
the cuttomary mileage and per dum, for their
foolish outlay duriug the late canvas. We
feel at-iurtd, however, that Daily canno
ap a case that will secure for him oven
lar of tb plunder which ha dctiret, and we
do not believe that Gen. rfitabrnuk will be
greatly mbarraMd by this contest. Xcbrat
Among th toning of th house of Bona
paiti is a eon of old Lucien, "ho Prince de
Li.nmj. Thi young man is a priext of the
Kouiish Church, and bring a personal, roy,
and favorite relative of LU Imperial cousin it
Paris, has Been himself cuddenly raised from
one clerical dignty to another until he I si
reached the influential poet of Private Secre
tary and Almoocr of Piu. IX.
Willis, de-ci ibing a visit to Waltham and
the manufactory of the Auieucan Watch
Company, tays "A email heap of grains
wa thowu to us, looking like irontilinga, or
grains of pepper ca tir aad these when ex
amined with a n iorosoopo wore aeeu to be
perfect screws, each to be driven to its plte.e
with a ten w drivr. A tingle po ind of tteel.
cottlng but fifty cents, ie that manufactu el
mo one hundred thousand screws, which arc
worth eleven hundred dollars!"
Cwrttna, the Mexlcaa desperado, has attack
ed and taken Browosvill and killed 100 Amer
icans. The war cry of th guerillas after a
tering th plar wa "ao aoarter to Asjerl
can." Tobln who wo it lo th relief of
th plac triih 10') men fell iuto the hauls nf
On reoeipt of the iutel'a-sii' 0 th President
ordered six companies nf troaj from Ft.
Leavenworth snd it. Monroe, to repair im
mediately to lis O-'esnr. Tbo next day tbe
order was countermanded. It is now conjec
tured that he will lay lha whole natter before
Congress and ak for the means to take im
mediate pofion of the Northern Htates of
Baicic W call th attention of our c iti
tent to the neoessity, abnoJute tMosity , ef
establishing a brick yard her tbe proaent
winter. W want brick her and mutt have
tbttn. Buildings can be put up at this place,
at a 1 ot with brick th.ia with lumber;
aii wtuo np aronvcr durable, more valuable
and give a much better aapursccc to the
town. Enough drift-wood can be ob ; ined on
toe sanl br in tbe river, at a trlft;? ex
pense, ta bairn three cr four hundred thousand
brink that will bo udd next tti.ser. Li t !
sou one see to thi matter a it is of vital j
iateretl to the place. '
IIv vu een thatinnerb. marnificient
uMl n.m.,n r Ai.i,.n.. .n4 kt.
oew how to. get jut like it read th
afath Anonal An nonncment of the Cosmorel-
V Tared V h' tb bargaia mad Ball and
4i, hf rwtajDjBg tb arliol purchased, and
kartag, tbaavlratioB raturnsd le him. Tb
P 'ty f the flrat part demurred, whereupon
be Ousaka whiypti out hit tomah.wk, poised
U -iaoe high and aeemel determined to
f.r-i bi view er craek the tkull of tb party
hf t first piat. A by.ttae,lr, who wa
paacoably ioctioed, teppd op and mildly
tlu Mr O otU if a bad no deatr to has a
'Firta of Ju'y" tugrtrel over bia eye. to
4ij!. IU drste L
SkT J. E Clark t,f irgcjLts li.ujf. is '
thornsd t teceiie siibcrii lion fi r tl.e , 'j j
We prtptae if we eee cm get time (
lying t.-ip tiooc t. tcr town, aui .vis u:-:.
old rhsp, ::, JVll,, r,H '
250, for trifling wi;hth .. J. '
of wiiuhy htiic. aench f.'i ('ii' '''
Mies.. few Jji ... w.'.
. - I. Ult
A tor l.i.rnry
ae U'J i. i
eom tul lr,.,., ,i. ... . .. . "n";b
uo.i.o. ion oeiag mad with tb. . .
i ..i .
r ., ,., v.-.rl,i,i,j every
knowledge, is much more
able for purposes of study
Bcfwr lb close of thit yeir r
Trunk ll.ilw.y wtll b.v.
Detroit, a diaian of 82 miU i
line, and with branch.. iB a-JJitil J:'
1.099 mile, of ,0.pUu '
lb. Victoria Dridg,co.tlng ' ' -
It it intimated that Thurlow W..j .
Albany Journal, U .bout to eoB( '
for libel. n . "
, -r. """mi, oi ine H. x. H. ,
Tb alleged libel is the artid.. t. .v.
eharwinsr Kwl .tik v.. . Un'i
. w.,u tfuioiiucity to the lr
The Wabash ha. been ord-red bom.f,,,.
J the Mediterranean, and all the shin i
(il3 are t0 b, rfculleJ j" h
Tagoro the fm..i,t Calcutta merchant, I
tt a bmkeu heart, beoauie h; r.. i .
lienrt, tieoause big fortuna H.;..
th imnit. uf I kAT i . . I
rvuueeu to ten m
or ioiirs. 1'oor fellow
A few d ys since, the da-jgHer of
Albany merchant, wat found beastly drutk ,
.uv eiree., who a parry of boys piir,g .et,t
over her. The girl wa richly dressed. Si,
has become addicted to drink, and herprM,,
are obliged to maintain coutinoal watch om
"Ossawattomie" Brown it stated to be a.
father of twenty-two children.
Thcr or eighteen Shaker Societies in tU
United State, numberi tig 1,668 members.
A gunsmith in Texas murdered bis av.fe by
her head ia a viee and cruebiDg it ti
Three Brit'i'i ofiicirg, a major and two oto
tain, from Gibralter, while engaged recently
in field sport on the coat of Morocco, wen
- :i i i .i i ...
aesnncu uy mc ,iours, ana compelled to Ciu
their escape ia aaopen boat, unprovided with
auy means of subsistnnce and drifted aboui
for seven day r.t the mcicy if the wi.rtj
before they were picked up. One of tbo nfiicer!
died, aud the death of another was nKmcatt-
tily expeote 1.
I'uitcd St .tea M.ir-hal Tyler, who ihi
captain cf a vessel whicn bs hud seifl tut
smuggling about a year since, lias been trie I
at Port garni. C W , and convicted of mur
der in tho eeo4id degree.
Cacqut. L.D Brook ins who shot Mr. Roony
wag taken in the early part of this week near
Fort Dodge by Ben 8tufford and Z. Stafford of
Plymouth. Wednesday afternoon and evening
he had his examination be for lusUca Sheets.
Patrick Robb conducted the examination oa
the part of the State and Messrs. Hudson sua
Joy on behalf of the prisoner. Brookiut is
held t answer the charge of murder and is
now lodged in the jail of tbit county. icia
is' o nc
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Si You arc hereby notified to nppear be
furu the Register and Keciever uf tbe I.atiJ
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L i o clocu A. M al atich time aud place 1 m,l
prove my right tu enter by pre-emption ike
north west quarter of section eight t Toan
ship twenty-eight 28 Range nine (tf) Ent,
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