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rLSl? Chorea- fchoe St-re,
rjar ,crT rAAi J3 ead Hirer-
.J VtrjL Ntbra-ha City, A.
t 1 Tare Oroe, J- a. .
' lir" aokicitS-brcpi-ora ad
' -7t Aarer -r, d reeieve and
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t utezs ad Hue- of rew Type.
.J iV L. t;,im. Cards, i:, mama w w-
ne.we clai-i U beabie to
Liter a new cl cultured crr;; -cedent, IE G.
Esq., r d call ti.3 p "tlcu.br retention
; keen car-
net culy b Lets c:
dersd and re-ransetL til the net
tb-oughcut the Terribry, to tha alb and vrtdl
written article "Fusnsa Fcoxst Tzrx3"
found cn the first page cf the prrscut ist-us.
The suljcci Li ens cf vaei im;xrtuucs to is
perhaps, mere so then any ether ccrrncctel with
lis firming bteresis cf this Country tr I we
tra pleased to sea cur btcirger.t Farmer
takbg c? subject, It si:-!!, in err cpb
ica, be one cf tie faints" sanded to ij
tHos tillr Prairie chlzzs ; acd we bate cflea
fccea Astcrisbed tilt sa Hula titz-cs. Is j-aid
to It. There &T3 ciry LizLi cf tinier 'Uci
p!i.tad anc- tie rsi tcix is cpc-lnj c?
STL 3 Tit3 t-:u
iZ 1 3 TT. ft k.
rsctirri thei:-ra.tur2 cf tlsw'rtj;"il:r,tl i;r ectt
a liv. The Uaait tiz till ttcj dL:cs::d s.i
hrtl cni p.ss3s:l sth c3c:Ins.iis. ; The
.;2 th? iisris of irhlcb 'zz 2Z0,0(X) fir I services r:ch.
r::tc:cc-rtcf tl:i::::3 izd erpcrtzrcj
cf lbs C. -.zfi nczs pr, vh:c!i shiU CI
hclier, izl slUbnfcra the pIcacf tlsir
tem cf c.
ce, cicis ct an I cacss. to te puo-
the czzrAj cf ircila, & t-
afTilrscf tls Ccvzrzzr. ITo Dlrsct fbr the
- Tl' -
:t3 Li trl-ili't
f!tt3, tcir-jta iz:i"-n cf Cj Us
I rubiest $1S3,000 fcr b:oksf:ccew nsa
le:s lbs kit cf which tras trc"k cct ty the
Skauie when it cane hifore then foriiiaccs
sloa. The Exas:t;T2, Leg'ilitive Jcdi
ciil tills verc u:id sZlzz l:zg dshati llc!a
tLne xraj erc-t in cocsiderbj the rssolciica t3
a fara b this CoLry, are cf sdUdc-i groxtli erpel Hr. Gilbixtt, dcrLc which a defends frcn
b arnte at a period cf erect Talus ia a rcry
fswyears say five cr alt yecrs. AsL,ie faa
the ralae cf tinbr thzs seenrei, Hr. limes,
very pre per! y rernarhi iU cu.VJ7j.ti0 a and
?rowlh roes rerr fr cerhars attti thera
' k A tu-r . . , v 1 x -rf o o -
J. S rfjT vJS SrS and varied eansce to all about the prsniises.
Althocsa as is j-ostly clxcied, tiers are nasy
beauties and adrauta-es ia a prairie fi-ia, yet
the eye seen becomes wearied aud tae miud
restless ia coctianally lookir out urea oii!y
the greea rward axd the clear blue iky, which
aeera to cciaa together all around us. 'The eye
warts to lock upon, aud the ear lisUn ta the
rustling leaves as they ara kept ia ructioa by
the ccutinual prairie brexes; and ahoTo all we
want something to jhield frcn the "chill
izg wiutry wiuds.w But we have pursued the
tutect farther au 1 difereutly thaa we intended.
We hope the quesuoa cf "how shall we secure
timber on cur prairie firms ?' will ccuLkus to
be a-iuted until every Farmer in this Territory
who resides cn the prairie will have planted
and under successful cultivation, a suiudeuey
cf timber fcr all purposes. It csa be done.
Z v r lxlest LxproTtd Cnl
Colors, Erouza Work, 4
11 to :.Tf iasafacucB cr bo pay.
j" . , , ,
;.Irt ia ti'n Territory, ccrr j freai
the Sales, c!V-a njrt to ui
'-iTifSStJ iataeir tfi neibcr Hoods, wta
of pe" v-mlien if tier eoali ee
. ir-?? -V. IT s
fL!LtV--eV waeoasiier it a.
'TillT.' i ct far ta.
Vj, ..pen. aeatlr earelcpeJ for El&
-. I . A , w Ti3iwri aci others
fix, tisa or
hia wss rsai!, ia which. L:? Cih23 Lis. "state
ment of th.3 tec x business, protesting; entire
nocencis in fact; and. intention, and ha made
a speech, chargjr that injustice "had betTj
done Lira, and. rtij:nic2 his seat, after which
tie iescluilocs ia reUtioa to him wers tabled
ilr. Hatoa tidepted the same cocse, but
wa3less fortucaie, the resolutions cf the corn
xri":ee pasis 5 115 to 17. The cases cf Messrs.
Welch and Ed n ardi then came cp: the litter
rssirced, and the former was acuitteL ' The
Array, the STavy, the FcrtiEcaiiocs, the Ocean
Sfail service, and the miscellanea us appropria
tions were sevei'iHy adopted, The Itoose re.
fused to ccn:cr b the 'Senate ameadjaent to
-set f iodebtwiaeaa ta tLa 0-U
!7-tke -ebraa Airertier kavirj
k tie larset cirf aTalioa of aT paper
ie Terrtton; Trkc!esale Serckaiits
j St. JotK. CiaciBnati aad
Eafra markets wkere Nebraska
-iaata pBrcaaif will fiad no better
hrtislesmeiiara ia tieTester Com-
irrrAHA yat.t.tt tat
By reference to cur advertising columns, it
will be seea that this institution has changed
hands. As the conductor of a pulllc journal
ia this community, tad &z na individurd, we
felt it cur duty whea informed cf this charge
to leara the causes thereof, and bto whose
hands the Bank pusses. .The poor 'health cf
Jcdgs RirnLr, rendered it imcss;Ue for him
t kaft a f rw Waelj cf extra I X bea-I U r - 0CCUrT lie Wj. 0f President
ia liasled oTiaaities, la aa:a cf ocxy
T-s a Uuj CaS:T.iw ih to t a. aUrt ia
3 fEE-I2IPT0IlfS GUIDE
Ij:s;t reaiy for delivery to Agents,
Tr to'crder'ca the reception
151- . -
Oricn ror in and tnose hereafter
T-reiriH le filled in the order in
l.ii thev are received,
He Gi le can be Lad at the Latd
Tier and cf Root & Cozzess in
'-ahi Citv. and cf AnaiSTaoya &
j ' Lisa Office, citAHi. 5T.T. I
Tt art 'mfjraed tiat ilr. It. VT. Foiraas ia a-bcat
.In the Britii Pariiamsnt some interest was
excited by Lord Palmerstoa backbg cut cf
his pretious ecctradktioa that a secret treaty
esiated between France and Austria, guania
teain to Aastria her possessions in Italy. In
quiry was vutol into the facts of the presen!
Chbeso distuHamccs. "
.A man aUac'ied the Empress ia Paris, He
was immediatsly arrested. He deared hs
btuntioa was merely to embrace her.
The Emperir opened ia person the Legisla-
i tire session of 1S57, ca the 16 th of February.
Paris is now definitively tamed a the place
of conference oa the Neachscel c;uesticn. -The
cenfirenca will meet, probably, next
month. : . "' ..." -
Dates frc ta Hcng Kong tc 20th oJT Dec stats
that all the f:: reign baCdings at Canton had
I been burnt aiI p-illaged. Admiral Seymour
Aut. 5. The cu-ital stcck of this Company
ihaU be $50,000, uhiui shall be divided bto
shares cf $2,5 each. II very stockholder shall
ts entitlsd to ens vets fcy proxy cr in pscscn
fcr each shcrs h3 mny own.
Ast, 6.o tzsfiict shares sre'recoguintd
except epea the becks cf the Company.
AET..7.Ary shxra holder failing at any
time to pay an assessment made by the Board
cf Directors therthv f srfel Lis stock, and tie
Secretary shall Ciake an entry npen the books
cf the Company to that efTect, making a record
of the Ncs. and dates; cf such shares, and ta
whom issued or by whom held, and to protect
the public as well as the Company from impo
sition shall cause a notice setting forth sues
facts to be published four consecutiv weeks
ia some rewspaper published ia the county.
Ast. 8. The Treasurer and Secretary hH
iefors entering upon the discharge of their
duties each give bond ia- the sura cf 3,000;
with three or more securities to be approved by
the Board. i . . i
Aet. 9. All notices cf assessments by the
Directors on shares shall give at least thirty
days notice to stockholders befcre payment is
due, and thirty days from their date shall be
allowed a stockholder before his stock is for
feited for noa payment of asssessmenis as
spoken b articl37 of these By-laws.
; ; Aet. 10. Changes may be tasd s ta these
By-laws by notice being given at ths previous
meeting to that at which action is had.
On motion the meeting adjourned, subject to
the call of the President c- the Beard of .DIr-
r- . Chaira:in.
a F.. LAEE, .--.:
' Secretary. ' .
" at L e cer j ?y inrrirti,
. IS a scrr: 7;- c-Li Lasiiiea t : a
- Eat rives aHia tijilbirfd a Mr.
AilS tls tsi 2:ti cllrn tl vine
Ail rocs! eaci Lraaci. teairel
Tk-.ib. trrry tloudj ai stems eotrJblae,
-" T inl gtntly cliffp'yet 2th.Ij ellzj ; '
wjolLt tsart when veil f fear,
'So iLzie c aa its if a tiers savers,
Thiszl treai anl woe fcrrsrrila doth cheer,
' Ani vLen sis Ltss aLa Iarei fcrrrer.
Ilcr frlecjlal'p Li cf kiuired Lirta, '
THikh rauit cf trl2 caa auacj.
It sors abore the Gj cf carta
Asd xlls t Ufa a. t.ea7eu joy.
A Ljk, rsxllsf, worlj tinlly rpckca
V ill cftea wLa tils boca cf IILh,
Ax.i it vUI Iiit tLroa ill LLfa a Uira
... ' Cf woaLOia faiiaiui teciome?.
0 ! voo.Il dxi I poesied &e art
To wia a fceaxenly pft to rarv,
1 Tta.Il aeea sotne er&er ia their icatrt
Ac t tlxat tie tree cf fiimiilip tham.
7e n'er ar&La taall met m naw, .
Cat when ta other Ixads I go,
T will pre ne joy ta kaoir thit ikom
. TTculiit sometime think of Q. W. H.
Kanaka Oy, HiKb 15 th, 1S3T.
The number cf s&;h.ul3 cf all r ca b th pu"
ins ixnra.u:a u . i:r w eu e
has been ratif sd. Wa Lara now three Zitr
dlucn compacts : cue vr.h Erg!mJ, cue with
France, and cno w::!i Hcllmd. They p:cvi la
fc? the surrender cf f.I;ra cf 1 I ut
net cf pclliiccd ccnv:;t3, cr cf p;r;cn.i acc.Ul j
cf pet: miidc.cun:rL '
An cuexor ::t:d frsshct la F.:ck river, Illi
nois, entire! v di: ire red th rcJIr;il Iridgn
Siriin Three-iai!es cf tie Gilena tir hi:e
railroad were nbmerged, and the real bed ia
many places was torn away. Ths darner's Is
estimated at $100,000. Tho Central E;;sd
bid re at Dlxcn is unlrj-reL
- Ths United States' b ZTcteaber,
I?':, cocsTitel cf 11 ships cf the Ene, 13 fri
gstes,13sl;scf vrar, 3 tr:r 1 scb:nt?,7
j screw steamers of the fat class, 1 cf tue sc-c-1
end class, to cf the third c!a55, 3 steam ten
ders, 5 store-sh'nt, and 1 p-ermicact Kceirln.
Ttsseh ' Total 1l veneli, canryi.-g 21 13 guns
T)I0rC3ALS fcr ecu
tb Unite I H tar
J'-'r 1. l.iT,
the Ccntr-:t CZci cf th-s
D3-i:t:::, un: J, ?. cf ...ire-n;xt,!ol:d;-i::I
Ly3:h April Lllnlrr,,
cn th3 rcute3 nnd b tie ti-e herib tree-lid.
EebT rrus cstalilihcd ty act cf Ccjr-f,
;e l-23. Trcm L:nd-, !:x,byS:ncr t
a licunt Yemen, 1 ehmsza, 15 radii and tuck,
Linden licrdrr' end We-dn-slaT
or attend personally tohs management cf the I had beta thre wbg hot shot into Canton, but at
concern as he has dena Leceicfcre. Ilr. PtaaAJi
bebg personally ergere-1 in another similar
institution, at Councii Bbfs, ccu'd not cf
course give the neceeeary attention here, Lence
the change Cn ths part cf the Uo pnnapal
Esq, are the gentlemen who suceeded the
bterests referred to above ; the former hasbeea
elected President Alex. Exi.L.nr, Esvp, still
retains the positions as Cashier, and cf him
we need sav nothbg mere than that his busi-
the latest date3 had ceased hostilities and was
strengthening his position.
Dates front Bushire are to ths 30th of Dec
It is said ths,t the Persians are ccatemplaibg
an attack on the British trceps near the city.:
' -: HEATH C7 L3. SLUTS.
This sad event, which vill bring sonow t
many who H:now him not, save bj his writings
and the heroic accomplishments tiey so mod-
estly nanata, ha3 been announce! b curex'
nes intercourse with this community has been changes. We can d no better than copy the
such sbce his residence among us as to estab
lish for him a character as a business man.
Of Mr. EAnxsnots the President, we
uiii:k a ffsopoij cf the Pre-Ecrtisa Lavs, to-1 , - . . n-, i .,T
bebg a stranger to him personally. He ccrx.es
recommended' highly ty tusbees men of cur
acqcabiauce; as a man cf means, experience
and btegrity, which are essential qualluVatbus
for one b his position. Of 21s. Bogess we
need savnothb as he is alread7 well known
ierw:.i bte dacisioc.. eoazecte-1 wiih that aub-
c,a(i'Trla'.'ues.", Wa think aoch a p&blkr
s is ir'-7 stdcd, aai a copy ihoold Le ia the
-.is t rrtrr perscB in the territory, u it win
ij&t. rjiiie iaf crsitloa.
' . JOilS A. PAR5CFR, Tester,
j . A. S-GlLLilOSE, Uactirer.
j Te tHI be absent for several weeks da
L'ch time' the "assodai will act as
-:nii-ier b chief cf the editcrul depart
Our -foreman, dir. Lsxcmcs, will at
?J. b the tudness depcrtiue'ui. -5
intend to brieg with us cn cur return
new presses na a urge iizci. a ca
r, paper, .type, inks, Ac, which will
uis Ce "Advcrdser" cflcethe mostexten
I! b ttf Western counny, and will enable
a ta "execute book and ether job work in a
tusurpaed ty any prutn
followiag paragraphs from the Philadelphia
2art Aviencan : - . r
With d?p regret, we record the cleaih cf our
distinguish d and beloved fellow-citbea. Dr.
Kane, an event seriously apprehended for
several months past, and rendered almost
certab ty tlis more recent reports which Lad
come to the han-dsof his Either, bet now at
length plaeeu beyond a doubt by thevdpatch
fust fcrwarded frcm New Orleans.
He was born in IS 22, and consequently died
in this as well as every other part of the Tex- f zt; to
a a w
: term izz y a m
Such has been the rapid growth cf the City
';- ErswuTiUe that it has been found necessary
ttxtesd her herder, wlichhas been donety
;.S cl an 'aiiiiden tearing the above name.
st-cany catural adjutages cf ErownvUle
rrsdaice cf re TimWr, State, CoaL and
-cfia5 the Unequalled farmir gland ccm-
l'xZ the County b which she is situated
'fi well and widely known as to render it
tcneeessary to more than simply allude to
place. South Erowsvilli
-era . ia this
esa aclTantjges, claims
-pencrur cf -ground for bu
h- situated inmediately adjoinb- the orir!
ty, and Las been known heretcfjre as
F erguioa claim. The land baa been
ana u airanty Deeds are given fcr
I""rrty. scld tLercb. Tie tou-n needs only
?M seen to render i; desirabU La every re-Tea
I'iirg tLs last Session cf the HisMuri Leg-'-'asrt
a Charter was rranted a Kail BiJ
lizr to censtruct a road across thai Sute
J-i corthera Icundarr. itrikirs the "Hi-
ritcry as a suecessful tusbers man,
CALTJCini. ; .
There is nothing important from California
A bill had been introduced in the Legislature
makbg provision fcr the legalirition of the
Tinconstirutbnally contracted Elite debt by the
people themselves. It was thought the' bill
wculd pass. A legislative investigation into
the conduct cf the State Treasurer was in pro
gress, that cfheerhavbg nransfcrred' $12i,0D0
from the public strong box under circumstances
somewhat irregular, it is alleged. ''. llbbg was
very productive. One lucky individual is said
to have recently dug cp a bcuTder cf gold
we:ghbg one thousand pounds" The treasure
brought by the Elbjils is put down in the
gross at "Seventy-seven boxev" The emL
monthly shipment is qstimaied at $1,700,000;
cf which sum it is supposed about. a million
came to New York, i
There is nothbg of importance from Oregon
cr Washington Territories.
There is a msh of em:grat:3n to Arb'Jn.t,
on the Gadsden purchase, where mines of fold
and copper cf great extent and exceeding
richness are said to have been discovered. Fifty
six emigrants 1
so capabaj of servbg the age with more ina
parUnt discoveries than Le tad. yet nnfalded
ia the walks of science. His countrymen,
who had j ust begun to know Lira well, and to
mduTgeuii sangtune expectaiicns; cf Lis future
careen fcr his life thus far had been devoted
ta the mijst daring and embeatly successful
scientiic adventures: and it w:ss but natural
for all men to predict that he would 11 the
whole circle of life, as he has tilled this brief
segment. Bat the circle is bcomplete. Death
has Suddenly removed hba to another orbit,
and to ether realms of knowledge b the undis
covered country, where wonders, g! cries and
beauties shall open upon him, more than eye
hath seao, cr tar heard, or the heart conceived.
We sympathize with the bereaved circle of
Lis'harje. We naturally mocm the early
death cf one 10 brave, so nobis. o gentle, so
modest, so endowed with all the good qualities
of the heart b twine around the lefrier and
la! araXIftjC iCCXaC aITi
The following' important decision relative
to the Publb Lands Las been furnished cs by
CoL PjJixrn, the Begisterat Omaha, for pnbH
cation. - We will keep oar readers constantly
advised, b regard to the Lands ia thi3 Terri
tory, by prublishbg all the decisions relative
Gektsal Laho Omcr, )
February lOJk 1S57. ij
To Lis Es.rjiztrr cf tl Lotl Ojict at (kviat
S12 1 Your letter of the 2d of January nit-
asking bstructiorts, &c, ha3 been received.
You state that nearly every town in ycur Ter
ritory extends to an area much " grestr than
323 acres, and in view of the fact thai the act
of 4th September, 1811. exempt "all portion j
of the public lands' which Lave been sdsctel
as a sits Lr a toirn cr city from pre-emption
and that the act of 23d of Hay, 1S44, limlt3 the
number of acres which can. be entered for town
purposes to- 320 acres, yoa desire to know
whether the excess over 320 acres included b
said towns, is rat Jeer to pre-emption. Ia reply
I have to state that where the selection is
made by bdividaals, ender the act cf 1S14,
by the survey of the land iota streets, a!leys
lots and blocks, and by the publication cf a
plat thereof, the selection cannot extend beyond
three hundred and twenty acres. If the sur
vey of the town was made before the public
survey, the occupants ought at once, after .the
survey, fcy the yubllcatioa of a new plat, desig
nate the subdivisions they claim.' The selec
tion must be bona file and followed up ty
actual settlement and occupation, otherwise it
will not be regarded as preclndbg the land
from the operation cf the act of 4t2 September,
1311. I will state jn this .connexion that no
survey of land as a town site mad 3 prior to the
extinguishment of the Indian title to the landf
is valid. A treaty, with tLe -Indians extb
gulAirg their title to band, takes effect as ' to
third pcrties, that is pre-emptcrs, town occu
pants, flora and after the date c f its ratification.
The excess outside of 320 acres is subjoct to
: We find, golr.g ths rounds cf the mrers.
saTcral items like the foilowbs; and frequent
ly subjoined, are sapient refections upon the
hardships which "poor people must endure
iathe WesL We clip from an eastern ex-
"A Keoiux paper says that a little shanty
thereabouts ccats five hundred dollars; cad
forty cents; wood six to eight dollar, and
other articles at the same rite. At Burlington,
an editor says, it takes almost every cent a
man can raise to buy provisions for his family;
consenaeully he ha3 no money to pay bis debts,
and s we nd it b all cur exchanges through
the West .
" . At tVit sVatthls thing cf paving "dve hun
dred ' dollars fbr a little s'Lanty," and vrood at
six dollars a. cord, might seem ta ta an b
snperaLIe objection to emigrants lookbg west
ward for a home, and ' the effect of thu state
ment is. intended to check the desertion cf the
eastern States by those who have only a limit
ed sum to commence baiicea on in the West.
To people in this condition to men taviag
families dependent upon them for their daily
bread it becomes an item cf considerable im
portance in determbing. to go cr stay. To
fbd wcod at six dollars a cord; and a prospect
cf paybg five hundred a year for shelter.
This statement, however, is net correct, and
Las passed unnoticed loo long a.reaiy.
We admit that rents in Keokuk a
weed is worth $4 50 ta $5 CO per ccrd, and
the prices of all kinds cf provisions do not fall
far abort of the Baltimore or Philadelphia
market prices. B at there h a fiVoraUe svmp-
w-v - .
torn m our case. v mis tne poor man pays
for his provisions at eastern rates Le can earn
na.e ty his labjr. "Work, is plenty- ax all
seasons cf the year, and if Le is economical
and industrious he can pay "exceedbg'y high
prices" a3 an exchange calls them and have
a rang little sum left at the end of the yean
In certain districts of Pennsylvania, the
Lire cf a laboring man is about eight dollars
per month, or say cue hundred dollars a year.
Outcf this sum wita a little assistance from
Lis wife the latcrer must clothe, feed and
school Lis children, and support himself and
wife. Provisions, perhaps, are a shade lower
than b some cf our western towns, yet cut of
tais sum Le manages to make the ends cf the
year meet and has safncientleft to buy Lis
wife and children a Christmas present
Let a man make nse of the same economy
.in. the West," and there is no danger cf cur
high prices bjurbg hba. It is that clas3 cf
people, only, who are constantly spendbj to
the full extent of their means, that will sntTer
from these annoyanars. The prudent seldom
find occasion to grumble at them.
While on this subject, we might sst further
that there is an opinion prevalent in the eastern
States, thai moss of the products of the soil
are cheap ia the West that com, for example
13 S3 plenty as the roc&s cn some of the stony
Oa WtdaIaT, llairh Zilh, at Hi real J civ: ia
ErowaviZa, ilr. joas JjixaaT, arid 53 jzxn.
Oa lIcBila, -lira's si the n-i-Isoeis'of Dr.
SXcCorau in S'tmaLa Rr, 2. T., JXILZS CATOT,
cf Troy, Ohio, artd IT ytars.
Clrcaxataxc-a rrrrian-ilag the radJea daa.:h if
this jooej sua, render th9 crcirreaca cne pirtica-
tariy nl and Brjomfst, la ecra-ary riih. his Iroth
tt he left t)hl ia Feoraarj Uit, ti 1-x.k est a tew
heme aad try lis fartne ia the ".ur 'West.' The
t-oc&3X9 to St. Jcaej-i by stfaaar, from whka jlice
they started ta foot U DrowaviHe. Jiej sure cct
at Semaha Cty, fire raHleIiir here Hj hxl crer
taxed the physical srjstem by extra travel, ia cx-ier to
reach thiifLice ca iTea day. The etTaot cf which
tu to prulaee a rapM eoniUoa cf the rysttzi
which t&ftai medical akiHoai kind aiteation. After
three d-iys intense sn5"jrin j h passed to "thai bcarce
iuui m ' n;i-, 1 rr: .. i
Under the nest fivcrahl circasstances it Lj deeply r 4:,
anT'tia; when deata remavea fnxa &a siTjciaoaata
family it3aia-a support, hat itiaiaahrjiaarejOjWhea
thatcae fiHa is a jtricspt Iaai, fir froai homa from
mother and sister whose kind ni.iMtraticas arooad
the sickbed, taxkeiioftthe iTiarpZIo'.
It wul le jni2what ecxufiia, howeTtr, La thu ease
to know thas faithful frieads a-bihiiitered to LIj
wata all ia their jower.
5, A. II.: arrive at 1!
I-iva Hcnnt Yemen llcnday acd. w c---.ciay
at 1, ?. II.; arrite it Lbd en ty C, ?. li.
i:C27. From Sbus Cry, b? the Vermil
Ucn river, llbnescta Tcrrli rv, x ort L:ck Cut
and Fcrt r.andiL, to Fcrt Pbrre, COO miles,
and bick.once a month; l:as S::ux Cty on
the lite! eich month; arrire et r:t II -int.
b 11 days; Iare Fcrt xbrra cn the Ida cf
eich month; arrlvj at Sioux City I y.ths end
cf the month. L2s to extend it servlof
rem onx City to Cmnrd EIu5j, ICO miles
furth.rr will bacensidire-d. -
lc023. From SIcux City, ty L'Em qnl
court river, to ths Sruth Pai?, 70 mil : .auii
back, ence a mcnth; kavs b oux is ct
each mcnth; anire at South Pais ia 25 day?;
leave South Pass 1st cf each mcnth; arrive it
SIcux City ia 25 days.
i:C20. Fr:m Council Ebfir, leva, ty Foci
Laramie, dTehroilca Ter.-i::ry, t3 Silt Lake,
Utah Terrlbry, ICiS miles, and tack once a
mcnth; leave Council Ebf-i 15 cf every mouth;
arrive at Salt Lake b CO days; learve Silt Lai;
15th cf every rdCnthr' arrive at Council Eb:r
b 30 days.1 Prcpccili to end at Fcrt Laram'e,
and al, t) cemmence service at Omaha Cly,
Nebraska Territcrv, and run ty Elkhcrn City,
Buchanan, Coluabns, and Fcrt Ileamey to
Sal; Lake, arebvited :
ldG'X). From ecraiii L.iy, cr iiam-tw.
CAliErrLLY CORSECTZD EACH EY
' TLZZZLUZZLL L CX
DEALERS IN PRODUCE.
r ' , BowcstTAtr, 2v. T.
Ftora, sack cf 10O 1U
Com ilSAt, baahel
Coax, ia the ea.r,cld I cdhel
OaTS, Iwiahel,-- -
Tka, - U i
Bacot, -- -
l'jUf - " - - 153
ShjoIicr3, - " 2j
Sides, - fij'
CE1CXXX3, dctu, - 2.CJ
Eg&3, d .... .- - -;
Fscsir TiiF. iJ !-- - ---- 6Zi
Pot x TV es, Q bushel, new ---- --
Ccrrta, - Us
1; 1 . r
Year's day for this new Ophb
San Francifco on New
It was sus
pected, however, that these enterprising; col
onists had in view a ulibusterbg expedition to
So-on the latest accounts from which terri.
tory. state that the revolution was still
. . . - 0
The various accounts from Greytown, San
Salvador and Casta Eica show how ranch
i Elver at soma point not nearer than 15 rMe cocctH tare ten exhauste-d in the
s ccr cere than 30 miles frcm the bcur.d-
7ce. Of cenrse this read will terminate
this place. Ia view c r this the Ere wn--d
New Ft Kearney Ball Load Ccm-
J.Las been organized under an act cf the
j. ,erka Leg-sliture, fcr the ccntructlcn cf
j -ad between the points named. Our people
j ide awxke to this matter. We have
I'-Ji.ccntended that Ermrurllle was" the
,ies: river pcict to New Fcrt Kearney. The
jt adverting cf the kttlrg cf mad ccn-
J the Department, shows this'to be the
takirS tha dtlnc3 from here ta Fort
I ey tVrfy sr.,-?fi rfu.-rr Cent rest crry
i f " Ct HUscuri Liver. We purpose
I rresent seascn devctirg a larrs amcuxt cf
1 laths -Advertiser" b advc-calbg the
1 Cf. the -Ncrth ilLcuri- and the
j nvi7.e 4rFt. Kearney XhJlrradi." We
-J.fcca cur ne;-h
tiers ct iii
! If A coraa.-Every' day trlrgi
St53 '--fr-T cetera tr cur to wn azd ccuntT
j teen advice 3 frc m quite a nr.
; - oiatcs f;r s:n; Lms pas, that
. a.---.c;;;j ru:a i.r ttiis rart
present struggle, and that there is still some
Coiumbus had arrived at Panama from G
a valuable ca-go cf ccUso and
strcrztt croxithof a high and commanding
mind. ,We Ijok upon his death as a loss cf Fre-emprioa xadass actually settled t?en cnJ
cm cf tie chief ornaments of his coonfry r . - . . .
the mast distingursnea in ina train oi r" x j
sciencswho tre now making, as it were, a rew special report ihovld le mode of Via facts ia to?
earth.. But he is not wholly dead He has j for its action tlereoiu
bcilt litascif a monument that shall be2tr nia Eesnectfallr. &c
nsxne down to daunt ages, tie ines in urn
nciUe and beautiful work that grand epic cf
adventures amid the polar snows which Lis
Land wrote out He IivtS m the great discovery
hi inaiie cf the cpen Arctic' : He lives,
tco, ;a a bctlir and immortal life. .
HEM ABA VALLEY BAHK.
. CROYVILLE, k- t.
A. TT", CashV. S. IT. KiDtrs, IVeat.
OrFIIHIXG DAYS, ItcrutaysandTharslayf.
DISCOUNT IJfiTSTBwJiyjaxd Friliys.
SiMTlSG IIOUIIS, frscx 1st Sjvnabcrto
lit Sfarch, 18 A. M, to 3 f. frcai lit ILvrch to
lit SoTear, J A. ta 2 P. 11. . 3i
" lTotica to tlio PnrjlicJ
BEI3U inf braed thateertiTa partlii ara eirr-slat-insreportJ
that nuy, wiih.us beir eoatnilctcJ.
operate iaj ariooslT to the Towts cf lN"en2aha eiry,
via : That i cm not ths Iexl owner cf the towa iie
thai I hod oa a farmer eoraiioa aril it to ether
Tecumi-eh, Turkey Creek, and Otoe missbcts,
to ilcrrviile, Kacios Terrlte-ry, CO miles acl
day at 8 Aril.; arrive at HirysviHa cert day,
tv6, P. II.; leave llirysviib Yednccrl.iy at
S A. JI.; arrive at Nebrask C.ty neat day by
6. P.1L Bids to extend the service tVita
ilarvsviae to Lecompton, will be corai lerid.
1503L From Omadi to Elkhcrn Elve?
miles and tack, once a week. B.ddcrs if.. I
e the dlatance, and report a sciewi.e cf ut
partnre and arrivals. -1CC32.
From Omaha Cty, by Elkhom,-
to Fcrt Pierre, 40J miles, and tack ccca a
week. Bidders may prepese schedule cf fie
parture and arrivals. '
15033. Fr:ni Omihi Cty. ty Horace,- .
Fort Calhccn, De So w.Cumbg Cry, Tk-a uh,-
Black Bird, and Omadi, ta Dihkouh C ty, 10O
miles, arid back, once a week. Leave Oiiah
Cty Mcndav at 7 A. Id; arrive at D ihkuah
City WederTid.iy ty G. P. II., leave D-ihkctaU
Cty Thursdjy at 7, a. 2,1. l irr.ra a: Uliaua
Uty S,iturd.y by U, i. rwposal tar ttire
tbfes a-week service are inv;:e-d.
X50CL Frcm Omaha Cty, to Keumey Cry,
0 miles and back, ence a wesk. , Lrivi
Omaha Cty Honda j at 7, A.M.; arrira at
Kearney Cry next day at 5, IML; leave Kear
ney Cry VVe bcsdiy a; 7, A.1I., errirs at
Omaha Cry next diy ty 5, ?.!f . Prop; uhr
for tLree-tlmiS-a-week service ara invited.
15G25.'- From Omiha Cry, ty NsUaski
City Kearney Cty,-ilonn: Vernon, Dro'a
viLc, Nemaha Cty ar.d Eul U AVLithead, 1
150 milvis and Lack, enci" a weik, Leire
Omaha Cry llcndav at 5,. A.1I ; arrira at
Whitehead . V. eiuesdar ly 9, P. II ; L-are
Whitehead Tharsdar at 5, A.2L; firrive'at
Omaha Crv Saturdav by D, A.M. PfJicsali
icr three -tm: s -a-'wec it service ara kr.v.tjCw
15-jCij. From Dahkotaa Cty to Serreanf
ElcfTi, 4 miles and tack, three tin zs a weak.
Trs Dalkstah. Citv 3Icndiv. Weiceid'.y ,
ni Frlbv at 5, A. dL; arrive at Sirgeant'"
r-rchs ty U, A. 2I.J leave SergeanfJ.BlaJ
parties aod a 21 cow t it; Latin;; aa aTHciseat said to
bar beea entered into feetveea wysclf aad the
partie., ref etrtd te eai farther, that rait hasbeea
or is atoak being bnicht to recover iaaeriiU said
are toognt and sold, net by the pound, Lnt by 5 tMai ha ever beea anrjer.
ilcndir, Wedneidar, and x n br tX 12, it;
1507. Fr.niDahkotahCty.Iy Sl-hrr
We Lave received it, just as we are going to
press, an! given it but a very Lasty perusal.
Next week we will elcher publish it entire, or
give cur readers ths substance cf it.
The NnctrurxA Anvxansra has ltn ttl
ectedly the Department aiWashingtco -for
I X Av im.
Of T23 BaoxxniAE Stosb xsd Ccsi,
' -! ' CcSTTAST. '
. BaOWSTlLLE, llarch 21, 1S57.
On motkic, G. W. Bsattcs was elected
PresUent pro 'tem. " . 4
m . .. " T S 1 it .
i ace Lcmmuceeon iy-iaws presn.e w
folic wbg Eepcrt which was adopted :
2Y-IATTS :.' -
Aet. 1. This Company shall ta kBOwn as
the Bcownville Stone and Gfcd G:nparjy.
Airr. 2. TLe busbess cf this Gimpany
shall te nnirr the management cf a Board of
Directors, seven in number, who shall be elect
ed annually on the 11th day cf llarch, and
wto shall serve for one year, cr cxtil their szc
ccsOTrs are cho&m and qualifed.
Art. 3. The cdcer3cf the Company shall
bs cr.e President, cne Treasurer, one Secretary,
and ' such other ciHeers as shall be deemed
Beressarr, and created by tt resolatbn cf the
tEoiid.. The President, Secrstary, and Trea-
THOS. A. HENDniCKS,
. . . m l. 1 .
. The cScq fcr the Nemaha Land District
has 'teen located at Brownville. The oflcers
Phave not yet been appointed. As soon ad this
is done, tbeouica will ba speedily opened for
the wagon load. Those who seek the West
with subh ideas in their brains, wn J scon learn
wisdom by experierrg they will leara that it
is net always where things are sold cheap that
fcrt cues are to be made. He that would make
a fortune must go where fortunes are handled.
We cony the foregobg from the Ercht&
Pest, the Editor cf which is western man
with true western principles, feelings and
actions. In correcting the erroneous ideas of
eastern exchanges, the Post's argument as ap
plied to Keokuk, is equally applicable to the
entire West. "Five hundred dollar shanty'
forty cens coal" and "eight ' dollar wcod"
roH frighten the "blue tockbg "old fogies"
of the East, who think the Sun rises at the
: eastern boundary of their county cr State, and
j goes down at the western boundary thereof.
I Bat foryycung Anerica' who knows thi Sun
We Lava of Ufa Lad repeat! opportunities rises a few miles farther East and gees down
cf "knowing for cnrsIves,M' and evlden-fes for
saying that the "Iowa Ecuse," St Msrys,
Iowa, under chargs cf Jens Excr, Esq-, i
just the plica for a "wearied and hungry"
"man and Ibeast to apply f:r "food and nour
ishmenf Try the "Iowa Eonse.
in the larguago cf John Pbceras "as far
West as yon dam'd please.' Thera is "life
Ulertj' and a fo:rtune ia that ain.3 Shanty;
ccal and weed.
1 i rtfv -
In cur advertisirg columns will be found the
advertisement cf Lars & Hoots, Idea!
Estate Agents, li c ' They ara both young
met: cf busbess qnaTdicatbus, and btegrlry,
and we Lcpe they will ccet wrth that patron
age justly dai th-cm.
puUhirgte OrJ.rs, I.r.u..cns and Laws k t . , ' v 'Vn v-
cf the Is Lbd and 3rd rrlons of the SJth qoaed as such shall be ao
Congress." We pulliih to-day tL.I-b.f fra: . Their duties .had tatUsaj
. ,t nr cevtilving cpoa such clUcers in similar assoeca-
rr.31 enntric? n I'm Temtarr. . - . 0 '
tiTi, and shall receive such ccapensaticn for
tL:5r services as the stallholders mav allow.
- The death cf Idr. JantT, annmeed h; Anx. 4. The Ecardcf Dircctcrs shall have
cur obituary column, is tha frst that ever cc-tp..,. t0 ma3 such sssessements trpen each
cuircd b Ercmvilld. Y'ed? not write the!.--:! rwv-r f.-r-i t:-i ;- i;-;j"tlv
: " Cocsmiv ChamtfO
1 Hsrch 3d, A. D. 1S57.
; -Cocncil met prisutant to call cf ilaycr; -.
Present: - """""'-- -' - '
A. SL HoI!aday;3raycr. T- T. WLyte, J. IX
Ttcnpioa, and G. W. Bratton, Aldermen.
- TLe Haver presented the petition cf Wm.
tt 3 rfl-o rnrir t t- - P t '.
n, -r fr rptaenver thtsincruirg. Her gentemanly
Couaelta.passs3 otLaa-fift fv.r the SS . , , 0 . .
. - t s r-. ,a.,a- rrvr.-v ,4 cheers have cur L-xAr tavo.. a5 s to
01 euraa4 -
and laid catka table, tha city charter givbg
them to right In act open tha time b its pro-
airreeaxe&t ha ever oeew en 'Jtnl 12 to m-
tweca myself and any party r parties bat what I am
or errand to tilzhf all 7 falf.iL The ax tela rtferred to
Jbore, is Said to hare beea entered ii.t- Kazetiuve iz
the Srrinof ia5o,betwea KfywY.S. F. A'ackofl,
a ltr. Eatiari, a Itr. DcoaTan, 2Ir. T7ytt; a Hr.
EoHy a.nd other, cf wh-m I know to thin I sever
saw tal fiVo cr three cf the ntlaiif, or hearl cf
thent ertrcjt aa eoisaected wi:a thej IrizjT raxcr.
If my sisraatare ap rears as a party ia the article cf
agreement said to eaist it ii f:fj?d, aa it was aever
jLtrCJ Jhera with my kaowlsdr or c ;Sat
If te3e sr:ntlaea, haveaj they etxirs, axy rights
to prorwrty xa iXraajia city, cr cutters a res w:ih cf,
why da thj not call ea tza ia p-ersoa. I hire b-:a
iaf jrswd thikt a persoa iai.1 t iprejrtt them L u
teen ia this eoaaty so serera occaskas aal era La
the To wa of emaaa e;ty masin; th aiert-rj, re
ferred to, bet baa teVer maie hu LcsIntiM kaova to
me, alkhoarh I was La et rwiTrxe he bat a fw
roc! diitaat. It L plaia, I thiak, f aad every
oce tjce that the whole aiir ha Lo3 rpctsa ap
te lr j -are the Town cf 2"iT..i..i i tr, cr a rae to sscar
aa iz.er?st therfia. .
Ttxi noirh I hare thoa-ht proper ta fay a lib
pablii nuca'rr, aal further to izraz?9 that ihc-atd
the pirtie referred ta briar iai I sea prepared to
meet them. ... ., .......j.
iLJx Ed 0 I iIh
yesah-v Crr. y. T. I
llarch ZUL 1557. f l-tf
w. u. rccrm,
1 yargnla City.
LAKE & HOOVER,
H; mm mm.
Finsx Boat. Three cheers fcr the st boat
i cf the season 1 He steamer Sr. Hast passed
notice b any binding spirit, but we trust with
becombg grtltu.le fcr the extracrdlnrry geed
health wiih which cur phce hes brta ties::!
thus far. f
j .erritcry -srp r- T
;- -wac-unty.asft-.rk. frcm.tha III- Hcttrrzrm. & C.. r.t tU fT. wbn a'readv
lrZ?lUllK 'T :!cccuryan nnucaVylirg, tiilibg f,r
It':. -3 cn the this cntrntry. are erecbgt: tddltlcsthcrtta cf
tMi'j deem proper, to prosecute the besbessef
th 3 C.rr-.p-.ny, xnd to cclitc. the Earns b accor
dar.cc; with atctntcry prorisbtts,' the tame as
ether d?bts; also, in trust, to pamhaae, leave
crrtceiva ty dcnatictt:, Lr. Is fcr rnlnbr, cr
pracrrbg ttoue, and b every way to ectprnl
thi Cicney cf the Ccmrany b such manner rs
thin ia their Lcct i? "c rnt .mar czzzx
calruLited ttr idranre tcs reenrtbrr btcr
sent form; after whioh, and npoa mctbn of
Hr. Braiton, Robt. H-S"uut was appointed
aceecsotV; On motion cf Hr Whyte, IT sot
Erattcn and Thcmpscn wera appebtsd b
se'ct a Cty Burial Kace, said commitbs to
revert at the rst mjtbg- -Oa rwtbaof Ilr.
Whyte, Ordinance No.; 2 was pasred and ap
proved. -'On motion Wns. A. Flnn-ry waj
appointed Saprvisorof sieets and alleys witlb
the Cty cf ErownvIL'c . ''.
On trct)tbn, ths prcceaibgs were crdrrsl to
bo pullhihed in the Advertiser. ! ' ;
' On motion, Council adjouChed to 4th Inst, at
4 o'clcck T. IL' . ':'-'.'-'.:
, . . Bv B. THOllITON,- .
" j . -''Leccrdel.
P. S. t As an apekrgy I would say that
tics w-r mtc.-.i, c
Al ta J -
' rue Present has s'gued tha Pacili W-nn
Road BIX -- - -
Tie surir cine cuttbgt brought ty the
Belief troe nearly wcrthbs?, net mcrs than
cne tcx out cf lx being gcd. ; , .
' TheChcr-ireakeand Ohio Canal has been
opened for naviirvdon, asd an active busbess is
said ta te Stir g oa along ths I:ue
A bHIis t-fjro the Louisiana Leg-Tr.tur?, to
furr-lvh c..:Ia fcmily in in uta-t..Jia$3
n-?-:":r ct thi exper-Eecf th 9 Scute. -
B. Pert:, c f Ilsmphts, Temtu, nas given
AH AA- 1 I 1 fc 4 W 4uMi W A ,
AAJt.A5 . ..1 a A.AAAA 4 U.. X.
Ayoway Creek, and Eunmrg V ater auver, U
Fort Laramie, 400 miles and tack, cues a
month. BIddirs may rrcpesa aschtdab cl
dsrvirtures and arrivrds. '
15CC3. From Omadr, by Dahkcrih Ctyn
to Sergeant's EbiD, ' Lvxz, II miles acl Ucl
ctze a week; bate Omadi Honday at?, a. sr.;
arrive at Sergeant's Eluds ly H a- ac; leave
Sergeant's Bbfs Ilday at I, ?. sr.; arrive at.
Omill by 4, r. a. Proposals fcr thr?e-tbies
a-week service ara bvited.
150C3. From Pbttsmcuth, ty Keucih.
and Wycmbg, to Kearney Cty, 25 mile aul
tack, crce a wee ; leave Plattimcuth Hoc ia;r
at 3, a. an; arrive at Kearney Cry by (5, r. sc.;
leave Kearney Cty Tuesdij at 5, a. in; arrive
atPAattsmouthhy'd, r.3tv Prcpcials rhrt-rl.ce-a-week
service are bvltcd. -' ' . 1 ,
15010. Frcm Wycmbg to SIdnoy, Ic-ni,
15 miles and back, cmcaa weei; leats Y.'vcrc
bg llcrdav at 7. a, in; arrrva at SIdcey sabe
day ly 12, k; leave Sidney ilondsT H lr, r-3.;
a rive at Vvombgiome day by 7, r. in
1501L From Wyombgto SoItCteek, 50
mil.'s and back cues a' week; Lnrs Wyoming
HondsvatO, A.ir.; arrive at Salt Cr.-ekcet:;
day ty 12, ar.; leave Salt Cretk Tan day at
r. 2n; arrive at Wjcmlr-g next day ty C, ret.
15042. Frcm Nebraska Cty to S tit Crek,
47 miles and back ence a week; leave Nebrts
ka C'rty HondTT at 8, a. ar.; arrive at S ;I;Creik
rextdavbvl2, an; Irav SaItCrek Tw-:-idT
f a: 2,1. in; nrr. -e at N j hrcska Cty z ent d. rt
C,p.ic ' " --
IcOC. Frcm Keamry Cry t New Fort
Krarny,250 miles and back, enca a'nvr iL;;
leava Kenmcy City rirtd.it cf every month;
aniveaiNew Fc. He ireey bl htjs; 'is.v
Njw FortKearuey I2thcf every r-nb; ai
riva at Karr Cty b 13 daji.
,150i- From Eruwnvi..e t ;rT-crt
Feamey, 220 miles an d Lack, ccos a m iith ;
leave Biowuville lit i( every cctnth; nriv
at New Fort Kearrey b 10 djp !?ava Ne.r
Fir: K2.-rr.ir 12b cf sccli rr.:r.:c; .ij i.s
150 15. Frc m E rows v;!. t y Urch per r, 1o
Ltndcr, Ho. 11 miles aud back th. trr? a
iscekt l;xXA Ercwnvills ldu.iby, V.b,.ljf,
and Fr'Ztr at 7, a- t:t nrrits at iir bn Ly l.
A.S.; 13 Lbdeallcu-diy, Wcdrt.djy arit
Frvby, at 12, m; arrive at LrowRTi by p-:a.
Prrposali to urccbcii icrvics . IdccAcr. a: a
T-rnnrrtTy siUul tatai J rtnc?is.rrbx
taxia, Airs"-rr rnr. l -T.- aM .c
bJtu Xi'-iA, hjjir ; nzi t-..ll- ; ca Ccrr. n,
ltakb C!Ii:tirc3 frdiitastdaa.ersv aad aU Uud
cf I ai; rrva pirroi:.! -t;tit i iir pn Twri art.
luix s rem u.5,C3U i j..sioun nr;r,
between Great and Littls Tera vha r.rr, l r
AA.r..?r ii-. c - -. u 4- . ii..' ixf, u Lii
andLick.cnca a week; lcivsl.-i:-a lIr. Lir at
7, a. 25.; arrlva ikSE:gCIn2 Hirer YrtdcrsJav
ly C, F.r ; bcv3 E'g Eb liver Thrr.diy is
7, a. tr; arrive Li u!o nbturdiy by T. a
- rfiti:i.arattn:c a U h-j pn- ut-ln- i;"ir caiet a.0 hstrtlCtlx3 &l 1 :i :Km: nir to lo
tofystatrasats to rrv-ei:- aal pr:ir.cg T.'ar- . -th-"cn" ac' s'e tl:alvtct4"-:i-i
ranty Detds trna the Tawa aab-j-x'as. I. . t . , ...... i ,,-.r-,,.,
frsci3 ewaies rmr xxra,r:d:r T at a 3txi FI aS VLix
wiiiirg: t pnexcr Viimcty V-t wit w.d d w.il to j-- alia aivertiitmentit mutes :r .ct;rw.ia
thtirQ -lit cairn -L f:r aaid L-..; ;:h;a the ex- -
KriUaacf six Tsizzzs, u :"'.-:r thtt. tb.i all Lis rxt
-id H be y JL i
' lluia alTijs oa Lxvl. t
. E- L".:-i cl br-irj trr-E :r&i:r;-c:T. ' (
o j - "
i 1 -
i "TTILL I r?--r-?l lr the "tvr r 1 tn-i-?-.
I f ? to th ltd.iy cf A:r-VA-.n.- UK if.?
I ' , T- ' -
I - . f i-r as -" ? 1 .-ji ik - ? tir" T
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