Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882, December 10, 1857, Image 2
THE ADVERTISER. It. W. FUllXAS, EDITOR. THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 13:7. end Mt-i S II PABVI5, General Advertising Agent, in roar of New York, ladies' and Children's Shoe Store, 80 Weft Fourth Street, Cincinnati. Visschkr.OWEK&Cj., No. 31Can313, Broad ay, New York. Andrew Wiki, American. Canadian and European Advertising and Subscription OttJec, .N'j. 133, Nassau Sis., New York. J. E. Duddekidge, X. W. corner O .v streets, St. Luis, Mo. B. K. XcLu.NG.Tror. '" Du. II. H. DARST, Tipi-cciiof, '-" W. C. Mins'GER, Covington, Ky. A. t. Kinic, A rcher4 Nebraska. , H. W. Peter, Orepon. Mo. DILLON & HAwK,KukPort, Mo. Ride& White, Nebraska Ci:y,X T. . d m .W. Tate. limlpn, Mo. T. J. Barnum, Three Orove, N.T. . . , , Are authorized Agents t solicit Subscriptions and Ad Tertiemcnts for the Advertiser, and receievc and re ceiptor monies therefor. t - Person resident in this Territory, coming from vsrions portions of tbc Slates, often nicest to wine ju persons in their nM nct?hborhoKls, who would doubtless "become subscribers if tbe.v could t-e a c .j.y of the "Ad- ivi.!wav send specimen &py, persons receiving, will consider It a solicitation to become a Tegu lar mlwcrllicr. . Postmasters and other, feeling ufnciert Interest to take ud aclnb, can retain the usual per cen loT their trouble; nlra notified at thecloseof the Volume to dis cvnttizuetlie "Advertiser," wehall take it for granted that subscriber wii.l their paicr continued, and sua. accordingly continue to fend as heretofore. .2 rels had Satan made .Jura an eunor oi a western newspaper.. . Our mail arrangement from Rock Port to this point, so far as if alone is con cerned, gives general satisfaction, ana we are happy to learn through a, private letter to Mr. Causox, from Washington city,, that it will be increased toa daily Una at the 'letting of the spring son tracts, at which time the present contract expires. What we no,w want is to have our mail matter which reaches us by the n-nv of Omaha citv. stopped at Council j r . 4 NES ITEMS. Bluff and sent down on the' Iovra and Missouri side to - Hock Port, by which means it will escape tfio delay of a week, (and sometimes three), consequently reaching us much sooner. 1 ?j- The "Nebraska Advertiser" having much the largest circulation of any paper in the Territory. Wholesale Merchants in St. Louis, St. Joseph, Cincinnati and other East- era markets where ITebraska merchants pur . chase, will find no better advertising medium in the Western country ' ; We hope our patrons will not complain , of the quantity and quality 'of editorial matter in the ".Advertiser" during the absence of the editor, as the mechanical .department of the establishment will not xtirnilof that attention we would desire to bestow on the editorial portion of the pa . .. Tr. . The Senior will furnish weekly re- th flninTs at the capital, and Providence and the mail contractors per mittiug, we hope to always lay before our readers the latest and most reliable infor mation in regard to matters pertaining to the Legislative Assembly which convened last. Tuesday. : Stone Coal. We have ever been satisfied of the ex istence of immense and inexhaustible de " posits of stone coal in Nemaha count)', and that it is only requisite to apply the implements of mining in order to supply the world and the "rest of the human race" Avith this invaluable substance. .' It has been objected by some, that Ne braska is too scant of timber to be suscep tible of very great settlement ; but such objection we hope not to hear again, when it is known that our nills and plains abound in that which is tenfold more use ful and valuable, without which the arts, .irades, manufactures and commerce would be materially retarded, not only in our 'own country but throughout the civilized .world. .',.' tte say mat we nave cocrincnig piuui that there is stone coal in abundance within, the limits of this county, and feel quite ' confident the day i3-not far off when, we will be 'supplied with it at a ".much less sum than our present prices for fire-wood. This is a desideratum, not alonp,-- to points in close proximity to limber, but to our beautiful and rich lands Icnown' as prairie, and therefore ,'we see . ,aii jjucciuic uaiiici iu men iuunuuiuiu settlement and successful culti-ation. We. have visited two pf these mines about being opened, one by the "Brown ville," and the other by the "Aspinwall" Companies, and must say the indications are all the most sanguine could .. .wish or desired A due degree of energy combin ed with a little capital will bring to light an abundance of this opaque but precious material. And with its aid we would not exchange Nemaha county for any other spot on the -face of old "terra firma." It must and ' will contribute wonderfully to our progress.in all the various manufac turing branches so essential to the wealth - and prosperity of 'any people. "We rejoice with great joy an expectation of "the good . times" which, must surely and speedity tome.- ' " " cc fc V Tlie Mails.. 'So -long as summer winds sweep the .Wead prairies which on every side sur ' round us, rendering the roads as easy of travel as' a bam floor, the miserable brutes (called horses by a few fanatical an infatuated ' individuals) which are employed in the" above portion of Uncle Sam's. political .economy, are enabled to , perform their, duty with a decree ofre . gufarity at. which an extrexely patient .man would not grumble; but the: first approach, of bad weather seems to de prive them and the various' post-office officials of what little energy' they may .'have originally .possessed, and they slow ly "drag their weary length along," re pining at the hardness pf their lot and pur? jag", "the stupidity of each other. Durmg the spring and summer season iher accommodating clerks of the various steamboats take pleasure in furnishing late" dates to the thirsty enquirer after news, , and the mails enter into no part ct our calculations as to hour "ive shall he enabled, to furnish our readers with their usual quantity -of reading matter; wo remain satisfied with receiving oae half cf the ietters addressed to us, ho matter how long after late. When this means of supply fails through f'toppagc of navigation, and our cntirc dependence is m what we may receive through the post-pOIce, we groan in anguish of spi- - j-it scratch oursclf bald in endeavors to r, 0 t.r, n-te of departed iJcai, and Editorial Cliit-CIiat. The long expected and anxiously look ed for steamer Arabia has arrive d at New York, bringing highly 1 interesting news, both of a political and financial character, which is regarded as satisfactory and even encouraging. The Arabia left Li verpool on the 31st of October. The Siamese embassy had arrived in England with alarge retinue .and were attracting general attention. The American horses Prioress and Ba bylon made a very inglorious performance in the race for the Cambridgeshire stakes at Newmarket. Thirty-one horses ran, and Babylon came in last. The Queen had approved of Mr. Wy- manB. S.Moor to be consul-general in thn British North America Provinces for the United States. Sir W. Gore Ouseley had received his credentials as special minister to Central America. He goes first to Washington to consult with the American government and the British minister on affairs con uected with his mission. The Arabia took out news of the sus pension of specie payment by the New i A. mm York banks, which, contrary to expecta tions, were received with evident satis faction. The London Times and other leiding" papers regard it as the most sa tiJfactory annouacement that could have en looked for. The East India Company have been mpeiled to borrow 750,000 to provide r silver remittances to be made to Cal cittta. In France the question of suspension of specie payments by the Bank of France has been agitated and given rise to consi derable discussion. It is stated however that the government will not sanction such a movement. Gen. Cavaignac, who received the next latgest number of votes for President when If apoleon was elected by the Republic of France, died very sud denly of aneurism of the heart while out shooting. Negotiations are going on between France and England in. regard to an' ex change' of territory in India. It is pro posed that France should give to England her possessions in Chanderragore and re ceive from the latter as an equivalent a portion of territory near' Bendcherry. The difficulties between Spain and Mexico still continue very exciting, but a conference was to be held at London be tween the mediators France and England, with a view to their adjustment. Mexico is in a very distracted condi tion, and ere long the lurid light of re volution will flash along her borders and illuminate the walls of her cities. Comon fort's fall is scarcely doubtful, and that arch intriguer Santa Anna is negotiating with the rebels, and will, in all probabi lity, succeed in making himself President. Large numbers of., political exiles are fleeing for refuge to this country among whom are ex-President Salas, Jose Washington and Col. Romero. Letters frbm Naples still . continue to complain of government outrages. The decided stand taken by our present minis ter upon the first cause of complaint of American citizens has operated very "fa vorably in their behalf, and from that time he has never had the slightest cause of complaint, and American citizens are the most respected there of any class of foreigners. '. 7 The India news are the cause of re joicing, not only in England, but in every heart which sympathizes with 'the victims of the inhuman savages who raised .the standard of revolt. . And it is refreshing to contemplate the speedy overthrow, of the barbarous rebels and the cessation of cruelties inflicted upon the unfortunate English residents who chanced to fall in to the murderous hands of the rebels.- After a long and bloody resistance Delhi has fallen; and the English army are ra pidly and eagerly assuming .offensive ope rations, anxious to take terrible retribu tion, of past outrages. .We are fearful the thirst for vengeance will lead the just ly enraged soldiery to acts of cruelty which will place them on a level with their brutal opponents, and stamp the British flag with disgrace. Let us think other wise however, and hope their triumph will be iempered with mercy, and not put to'blush the teachings of Him, the adop tion cf whose divine principles entitles them to the name of Christians. -We have tw very interesting news from Washington. At latest advices the canvass for Speakership was actively go ing on. Ir. Orr, of South Carolina, Mr. Pennsylvania, were the prominent candi- 9 . Ml 1 n v art-n-ar frs. onUl it is e p.ef ure of the various post OUUCr U WC masters COimeCiea W lin our man:. , c 1S7 AfTi'n TTtnfc nor,, tTo nttfntinn of the receipt of which news let us be tnan- , Administration, but no definite action fnl in nruicination. ; ... .i-i has vet been taken in new of late ad- - - 1 I t , ra n. or !... nA ininfT WH I III k WH I - . AtNew.York money matters w ere as- wlin ntfPmnt, nt UU n.liU . LUC II III 1 V lUUU, KA,vld.rnt, tbrnnrrh 'According, to present intention, ex-rre t -i v. .nmiUB1i sident lamaf,of Texas, will be appointed our Lecrislntnrp oncrht to be strangulated . 11 " n - -v r 1 1 rMctnr t r v trnrM ir n hung by the neck until he is aeaa, aeaa, dead, politically and corporally, and then his name blotted out from the memory of all honest and respectable men. Such, gentlemen legislators of Nebraska, are I north end of fifty-five feet more. our deliberate convictions. . We have, however, too much confidence in your - d Isaac Shelby, lvins: at the wharf at wisdom, sagacity and love of country, to St. Paul, Minnesota, got into a fight and imnntP ptpn ,1pirp to inflict anv farther Michael Nehl, a hand onward the latter ; .Mnn nn hnt tf.ni vn.i was knocked down with sx billet of wood, will be faithful to the end ever watch ful over the interest of the whole, people of the Territory. You can cot eye the "wild-cat" with inordinate suspicion. The suming a brighter aspect and the banxs contain more gold and silver in their vaults than for sometime previous. The unemployed thousands of working men have made several demonstrations since rttir Inst rrnnrts. but none of them SO alarming in character as to create any great decree of apprehension. The Mayor has -promised to give employment, as far as possible, on public works, which has had a pacifying influence. Fnrniss who has gained so unenviable a notoriety in the late v oodman case, nas sued all the leading New York papers for damage to his character. ' The Times says ; "The unusuaj fool, after getting in mcfcuiiw, io fe ferrfe needs watching to lie still: but by his flounderings and J , . r w snutterimrs must make his disaster still -i moreconiplete and conspicuous." The latest advices from Utah -report the Mormons still at work strengthening themselves for war. They boast of their ability to hurl destruction on the largest army the United States may send, even before thev effect an entrance. On this 0 side there is but one road leading into the Great Salt Lake valley, and that is through lesult could be b aW narrow canons and over rugged paths which a small body of determined men could held against great odds. A singu lar disclosure has been made at Wash hington, which, if true, would give them a still greater and more terrible advantage orer troops making their way through this The bridge over Wisconsin river at Prairie du Chien is completed. It con sists of three spans of one hundred and sixtv-five feet each, with a draw at the Eagle The Markets. CORRECTED WEEKKY. Ueowmlle, Dec. Ft.rtra. sack lircKwnEAT Flour Corn JIeae, V bu.-bel-. CoxX, bushel Oats, .bu.-ihel, Sn,ar, K COKVEK, Tea, CaiciEXS, V doz., KudS, tt, FkeshEesk, t?R ' "..TorK, do, Potatoes, ) bushel, BrTTEB, Salt, bush, do i sack, Molasses, JIkaxs, bush, Dby IIiues, V S, 10,1857. $5,0!) 4 1,5) 75 43 43 151G?5 My3 luo 2,0 20 608 50 30 1,00 3,00 1,10 3,50 5 T. V. TT tv. VSiL ESTATE . ! Jioanrvcrnosi,':, and died soon after from the wound. Several others were severely wounded. Mrs. Jane Swisshelm, formerly well known as the editress of the Pittsburg Visitor; has purchased the St. Cloud (Minnesota) Advertiser, and it will be If we must have banks, let them be hereafter issued uxder her management. i-j .i ii a I guaraea with all possiuie re&iriLuuavS . - , . - f , . Mntnir the "Ming" nov stand there is too much Rjdrre, near New Orleans, on the 18th I inducement for honest men to act Uishon- ult., between General .Lacoste and li,d- Pstlv. We vnrv much need laws, parti- ward Garcia, the latter being the challen- : i- :n o cer. The weapons were small swords I n l-nnAinl I . lima ilinnriiriAtitli vrnnJ - ,. , , . , .1 IL11U V1VUU1UI XJ. Hua UUUV1UUUI lliVi- icuucuvj wu.Ciuu.u. (,d m the abdomen. St. JosErn, "Wheat, bush, .... ...y .-.... Cokn, V bush, Eeotjh, V cwk? "" UcckwheaT Kloi-r, V cwt, FllKSH 1'oKR, ) lb, I'OTATOES, f bush, AVuite Beaxs, bu.h,... IJCTTEK, V Ti, Eggs, i doi CnrtKE.vs. "t dor. Dry IIides t)t" t'OKFEE. f ft, Tea, V lb, Dec. 2, '57. 75c$l,25 25c(ri;oj $3.50(4,50 3,50((H50 30(3.1)o 1.50 2530o 20(rr25c $2,50fe:j.0d 5(':Cc 12(S;i3c ll12c 5U&75s into honest men. We have in by-gone Wheat, ? bush, okx, barb, Oats, V bush, Flocb, 1) bbl, ...j. ....... . UrcKwnKAT, Flour, per cwt, Ukaxs, per bush, Fotatoes, per bushel, St 1.ouis, Not. 23. S0c$I,00 37c 4.1 In $4,756,50 : .2,122,25 . $11,25 55c Seventy manumitted ' v .v:v Edward county, ii law, or cnt-iniuai prouebs, uy yvuiu &uiua mon(j for Libcrj laves from Prince irginia, arrived at Rich- pass, which is no less than their know ledge of the Greek fire, invented by Mr. Mont Storm, which was used with such fearful effect at the taking of Sebastopol r n r . n. 1 t 1 Mr. Jiiont rstorm nas Dcen engaged in a series of experiments, with a view to perfection in this new element of des truction, and it has since been discovered But to some it may be painful to speak , of the past, consequently, as we do not wish any hard feelings, we will not go behind the curtain. But, soberly speaking, we hope the pre sent session at Omaha may be highly pro ductive of good to the people, and of ho- Bartholomcw, the sculptor, now in Bos ton, has sold his famous statue ot .Lve to an American gentleman for S5000. It will be brought from Rome m the spring. i The dry goods import at New York for the week ending the 5th inst., was S5-J 0-16, against 81,190.585 for the week ending Nov. Sth last year. $6000 Scrip Wanted, For the same amount of Ecu Estate iu Biowuville at low ngures. App'.yto ' LCSIIBAUCn & CAR50X CLAIM NOTICE. To J-nleric Prlcy and all others vbcm it mav concern, louare hereby ntifloItltdt 1 will appear at the LaiidOlUcc in Brownvile, on Friday Dec 18, 1S57, at IU o'clock, a M, tn prove up my rinht of pre-emption 10 me wuiu-ic quarter of bectiou 12. town.sliin 2 ........ in ..-. r December Sth, '57. 21-2v Partic lectioa tit det,ti in the' - r i t w Sohnsou, ana te, 5S!? nor and distinguished celebrity to each member of that legislative body. We FOR RENT. A good comfortable House ul mnall stubie, in a tract of land adjoiuinj: the city of Urownville. u-23-3t Dec 8, 1S57 1IOADLEY i. 3ILIIt. will wait, and perhaps we will see how inr 0f the cable the latter part of June the "cat iumps." Nemaha. next, commencing in the middle of the The Atlantic Telegraph Company has decided to renew operations for the lay- ThpSlmnKfafoCTOOTl Atlantic as originally designed. Messrs. Glasand Elliot had commenced the cons truction of additional cable, making 3000 miles in all. Easton and Ames were Government Contracts. A Washington letter says: " The bids for furnishing Indian goods hnvp hppn onpned. nnd thft results will buildinc new Pavinrr-out machinerv. that ail or nearly all, of the persons in his stably be announced to-morrow. Cro- employ were . Mormons who have since nin, Hurxthal & Sears of New -York, Two passenger cars on the Connelsville gone to Salt Lake. On the California will get the contract for furnishing dry railroad lately came in collision about a o,iQ in QoU T.fii-n n goods at their,t)id ot ?MiJ,yoo. stew- "iyu' uuu a vt-iiger MWaaurv u.. " art & Matthew, of New York, tbid named Scott of estmoreland county more pracucauie, uuu e pre uiti uuuuie- cii5.7&j. Two other bids were receiv- was seriously if not fatally iniured. Sev some time from this abominable society e(j tut, bein infermal, were not con- eral others were hurt and the cars were of fanatics. sidered. The same firm may get the "teraily crushed to pieces. i c;ciu v-iiitiuc Liu i ill ill; vuuiittvi cll liiii uiu I n w rri i i i i .... . p , .... xir. unes cnarrrea witn nnnnor KT 1)111 1111' I II L - A . 11- l' I V - - ot Dlu,i'y,J. rmiing, vjuiuupe, xjussvc Serious Affray. been Co., of Boston, bid 610,47o, but the sue- run r...; . a v . A difficulty occurred on the 2d inst.. U. f Pithprnf thPse bids denend nnnn ' " nas jum oeen ' . - . . , , .. . . , i i . . r , tried and acquitted. stage a calculation yet to De maue py the of fice. There were six other bids, rang ing from eleven to seventeen thousand dollars. The hardware contract will be Itock Port, by which it is assigned to either Bruff Brother & See- between a couple cf EelyV station; on the St. Council Bluff stage road, miles from drivers, at Joseph and about seven thought one of the parties named Ross ver of New York, or F. Poultney of will lose his life. It appears the down ?ind up stage met The Illinois Central Railroad Company are contemplating the immediate erection m Cairo of large brick freight and- pas senger houses. A young girl named Margaret Bain at tempted to drown herself at Detroit, but at the point and the drivers engaged in abusing each other, when Ross pullin off his coat started toward Smith, the second driver, with belligereat demons . . I TJ . .1 . . ( r ccr tration. Smith warned him to stand off ,ls me Bwmraw ?,ouv. he would shoot Baltimore, with the chances in favor of the latter.-at. the bid of SI 1.154 -one hundred and; fifty-nine dollars less than ner hoops would not let her sink," and' she Bruff Brothers & Seever's. Six other was rescued. Unrequitted love ws the bids were in.' ranging from eleven thou- cause of the act, sand five hundred to eighteen thousand dollars. H. E. Leman of Lancaster, or he would shoot him. Uisregarding the injunction Ross continued to advance, when the former drawing a pistol shot him through the left lung. Ross seized the pistol, and -knocking Smith down beat him in a shocking manner about the head and face, so much so that he had to be conveyed to Rock Port for medical attention. .When our informant left, Ross was'lying very low. He stated that at' the time of his advancing upon Smith , he considered the whole matter as a joke and had no idea but Smith did the same until he discharged the pistol. It is stated Smith was. under the influ ence of liquor. Money is spoken of as becoming abun dant in New York. Discounts are readi ly 'obtained:" The St. Louis papers speak of ;a; decided improvement in financial matters in that city though transactions of all kinds are still limited. In Chicago, on the, 17th ult., the market was gloomy. Prices declined, as the last shipments of produce by the lakes have .lately been made. , : . The President . of the Constitutional Convention of Kansas, Hon. J. Calhoun has issued two. proclamations one for an election to be. held on the 21st of Decem ber upn the adoption or rejection of the clause in the Constitution legalizing sla very, and the other for the election of Governor, Lieut. Governor, member of Congress, members , of . the Legislature, and other State, officers; the latter lo be held on the first Monday in January. . A little more heart-burnings, one more struggle, and the agitation of the "vexed question" in Kansas will be calmed down under the influence . of a State Govern ment. - Steamboat Earned. Another heart-rending catastrophe,: by which over seventy-five human beings lost their lives, occurred near Napoleon, Ark. On the 21st of November, the steamer Rainbow, Capt. Holcraft master, on her way from New Orleans to Louisville with a full cargo cf sugar and coffee was dis covered to be on fire. - The Rainbow ' had 347 passengers aboard, including a number of coal boat men on deck. As soon as the boat 1 was discovered to be on fire, she was run ashore where she was burned to the wa ter's edge. The wind at the time was blowing a stiff gale, and in a few minutes after the fire broke out the boat was en veloped in flames. Xh r.i.rr ?z3 Tjphn-b vbrou ght th e F. Poultney of Baltimore, the only com petitor, bid 7,400. TlicSons of Malta on a Bender. The Pittsburgh Union relates an act of the "Sons of Malta" of that city. A land lord being determined to dispossess a poor family, the head of which had been pros trated by sickness for some time, the "Sons" 'took the matter in hand. The Union says:. They quietly rented a comfortable little house, employed a woman to scrub and dense it, built fires, and made it general ly comfortable.; They next proceeded (on Saturday evening) twenty-five or thirty in number, to the residence of the sick man. They had two wagons at the door, ready to carry off all the household effects of the family, and, as many hands make light work, the "fitting" was one of the fleetest on record. In the crack of a whip, the invalid, his wife, two daughters and a son, were transported to their new quarters, where they found plenty of provisions, and, bet ter than all, they ascertained that the rent had been paid for three n.oHths in advance. ."TJe father was so ill - with white swelling Chat he had to be conveyed in one of the cars upon suitble bedding ; but he soon found himself in comfortable quarters, with a cheering prospect for winter. The "move" was a most exciting one. Thirty, of the most respectable men in the city, surrounding a private residence af ter nightfall, and seizing upon everything wife, children and all might well have eaused . an excitement. Although the whole neighborhood was attracted to the spot, no one could fathom the proceed- The Senate of Frankfort has interdict- ' ed the residence there of an old political reiugee namea jt oebei, who some time since had become an American citizen. The Americau consul has protested ag ainst this interdict and threatened to sus pend1 his relations unless the order for the expulsion of Foebel be recalled. ing. The "Sons" did not utter a word, but steadily and quietly performed their char itable missionnot even speaking to one another. One seized a bed, another a table this one lugged out chairs, and that one pots and kettles here went a load of dishes, and there another of wearing' ap parel. But. the most laughable sight w;as to see half a dozen of the most stalwart pick up the cookiDg stove, wholesale. That very unwielding article was quite hot, (the family just having coolked sap per upon it, being wholly unaware of. the contemplated moving,) and not a few of the "Sons" got their fingers burnt. But the job was done, even though the stove was both "hot and heavy," thtre was "no such word as fail." : California papers by the steamer St. Louis give the particulars of the Mor mon exodus .from Carson Valley. On the 26th of September the whole Mor mon colony departed in one grand train numbering 9S5 men, women and child ren, 148 wagons and. 800 heads of live stock, for Salt Lake, in obedience to the summons of Brigham Young. Al though it has been supposed that this emigration from California is merely the forerunner of one by the united Mormon nation :to-Utah Territory, there is little doubt that the Prophet is seeking to strengthen himself in anticipation of the Virginia land warrants, for two hun dred acres each, are now being bought by many of the shoemakers of New Eng land ai one dollar per acre payable in shoes. By this means they can secure snug farms on easy tenns. The Postmaster General has offered the Corporation of New York two hun dred and fifty thousand dollars for a lot in the Park for a Post Office site. The ground required is two hundred and fifty feet on Chambers street by one hundred feet in depth. Odessa firms have offered to sell to the Austrian iron founders, the English and French cannon balls, which were collected at Sebastopol. Governor Bissell, of Illinois, has ap pointed Theodore Hartman, public admin istrator of Cook county, in place of G. Schneider, resigned or removed, we do not know which. The Union Manufacturing Company of Norwalk, Connecticut, and Lounsber ry, Bissell & Co., whose works have been stopped, have recommenced opera tions. They employ a large number of hands. We learn from the Lowell (Mass.) News that the Massachusetts and Pres cott Mills, at that place, will commence running full time in about a fortnight, but with reduced wages. - Michael Breman, convicted of the murder of James Beadle, at Auburn, N. Y.; some-months ago has just. had his trial, and been sentenced to be hanged on the 18th of the present month. . The citizens of Dubuque have called a meeting to devise ways and means to employ the poor of that city the ensuing winter. get A landlord at Central Fall wisliing to one of his tenants out, stuffed the chimney with straw to smoke her out. The result was that the woman died of suffocation. Wm. Norris, of Boonville, Mo., has been detected in the commission of forge ries to the amount of 840,000. He has made his escape. ' . ' J. II. Brandt, a well 'known bootmaker of Cincinnati, has been arrested fcand held to bail on a charge of burglary. The village of Clendale, in Jefferson county, (consisting of an old house and a new one,) was nearly annihilated by fire one night last week, Qnly one house was left standing. The Pacific Sentinel says that an Indian named Pedro died at Santa Cruz on the 7th of October, aged 130 years. In 1784 when the Mission there was founded, Pe dro was an 'old man and is known to many Kince obtaining possession of the 'Ohio Statesman,' the Publisher has received numerous assurances frura the Democracy of their cordial desire to extend iu circula tion. We shall meet this disposition more than hair way. Todo so most effectual ly, we have incurred heavy expenditure for editorial assistance; and for stipplving a very larpe amount cf new type and material. The AVeckly will le made the People's Xexvspaper. Except immediately during the political canvass, it will be more largely occupied than usual with the best varie ty of Family Reading, General News and choice miscel lany and market and commercial tables and reiwts. Xo weekly paper in the t'nioa Mill contain more penerai viid valuable information. It will be furnished at the following very low rates : Single Subscribers $2 00 a year. Clubs f three 6 00 Clubs of five 8.00 Clubs of ten ' 15 00 Clubs of twenty 25 00 Clubs of fifty CO 00 Club of one hundred 100,00 - All clubs of twenty subscribers and over, must be ordered to a single address. The Daily contains the latest news and market reports from all parts of the world, It will be furnished as follows: Single subscribers $G 00 Clubs of ten 50,00 The tri-weekly is furnished at $3.00 a year, or $1,50 for six months, and contaius the iiiside matjer of the daily. Clubs of ten and upwards, to one address, will b fur nished at the rate of $-25 00 a year. All payments must be made in advance, and the pa per will be discontinued at the end of the time paid for. 33"write the names ami post-rinies distinctly so that no mistake need be made in entering the names on our subscription bjk. JAS. HADDOCK SMITH,' Columbus, Ohio. ' Publisher. The State An Independent National Democratic Paper Published at Wasnington, D. 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Teu copies, to one address, and any larger number at wie raie 01 91 per year $10 00 Ten copies, to the apdrestyf each subscriber and any larger number, at $1 20 each $12 00 In order to oblige those who desire to subferibe for a paper published in Washington city for a shorter period than one year, we nronoso tn fnmi.ii . on the following terms : KOlt TUREE AIOXTIIS. Two copies $1 00 Five copies ' 2 00 Ten copies 3 00 FOR SIX MONTHS. One copy $2,00 Five eopiea 3'oo ' Ten copies ' 6 00 Any postmaster, clerk, or other person,' who may send five subscribers, with $7 enclosed will receive au extra copy. Tf"Payment in all cases is minimi inv.riak! i vauce; and no papers will be forwarded until the receipt OTUe proprietor of "TIia St.it ginal founders Of the 'WaKhirv'tnn rni..n n,l 1 newspaper experience bororeand since the establishment of that paper justifies tim in promising a paper well worthy of their pattonagc. . jonx p. nEiss, . Fioprietor.. XATWNAL POLICE GAZETTE. This Great Journal of Crimp ami fri Thirteenth year and is widely circulated throughout the country It is the first paper of the kind published in the I'lmru oiaies, ami laniMtiutivc in its .character It has lately passed into the han.u .f i I Ao TV t t kAl I JL- f'A 1. whom it will hereafter be conducted Mr Mat sell .'was lormeny t.uier or rouce or .New lork Citv, and he will probably render it one of the most iivt0rn.tr i no n...H ; - - . - . . . . ...f, yoyVl 3 lil the country Its editorials are forcibly written, and of a tuarjuer iii.u buoum command lor the paper universal support. lCrSub?crirtions. Der annum : t t.,r tiT' to be remitted by subscribers, (who should Write their owu, conniy, aim btate where they re side plainly) To . GEO W 31 ATSELL it CO. National Police Gazette, New York City Wholesale Liquor Store. WOOD .& WOLFSON, Importers and Dealers in ': Foreign and Domestic Wines & Li quors, Tobacco, Cigars, kc, kc. Second Street one door above Beotic't Bankina Houte ST. JOSEPH, MO. , The subscribers have just opened iu St. Joseph, one of the largest and most varied quors ever offered in this market, and which they offer to country Merchants TEX PEIl VEST CAEAI'ER Than any other house in North-W est Missouri. 11 It. W I) I. i'nv ' Has been engaged in the business for a number of vears in T w . u oi. ,uis iiui .ew urieans, and flatters himself that he can make it an object to those wishing U . purchase to call and see him. CTj?Countrv merchant m rarnmrtlv milir-lto.! tn call and cxamino our stock an-l prices. C3 WOOD A- WOLFSON, St. Jotrpk, 3fo. 1. B. BAHHOW. E. Ai HITCHCOCK Late with Yeatman, Robinson t C., St. Iuis.. BARROW & HITCHCOCK DEALEES IN Groceries," Wines, . Liquors, Flour, WHISKEY J1XD SALT. ' Forwarding and Commission . 1W ere 13l 33. ts. . Corner of Fourth and Felix Streets; oppoite D.nncll nl S.ixton. ' -ST. JOSEPH, MO, JCjUighest cash price paid for Hides and Produce LOUIS WALDTER, House, S:;n, anJ Ornamental Painter, triiASXilU.i, UUAIWEE, .. PAPER IIAUCER, MTEMAHA CITY, N. T. Takes fliis method of informi-.u tha nnhHe th.tt he has removed his paint shop from Rockport, Mo., to this place Ila thinks, himself oualifled to nndrlukn anv work ner- taining to Lis line of business, and respectfully iuvitcs mo puuuc 10 give nun a call. Please leave orders at the "Advertiser" office." VarrauU looted for '" Sam. n. Kibert p t - O D Richards, OmTh?, ' y enner Fergll3n, n c V' T' N ' Cook, Sergoaat & Cook fr lw 1 JOHN MrTinvT House, Sign, & (WW,,V J rderscanbeleftatthp,: T. ' . . Potter Wanted 1 will give emnlovmiv. . tvU. well aciiuaiatea'wiattiicbaf'iw.J iMxSs . Jrru. .. " n23tr Brnwnville, Dec 5. 1 ' u Zi CEETEE.11) PLiivTr Will o.inmeuce the scvent Wmll ' , "ilPj day or Jinuary next, n w 1 L T mocratic Jounial. rM,U live Presidents.,:, and twemvne . Ii l; out missing an ice, and is'a v the battles of Dem ;rr,.vd, . " 1,1 u p.mT. we contended with Know oi,rl ' ' f tok2 cherism. andBla.k nZ. -, the National Wtn'M; National Admii.ir.tion i, oirv-.pl n',n,li x Minnesota, and fiiii.. 1,-, 1 '.. ,- We have oassrd the earth has broi tho land is buruened n ith xifiuucratic. . I throuph in estraordinj-', forth, m a sufiiln. .. v banks have been bursting ,UlQt ,w y", me resilience tiuu waitj . ' pervadeil all hianches of business Vh system bnrst just lntirn.j to'save "'.. r mu SS8ti11 inLa"d hiacri,f S EVENTS OF THE lE IR Tn r The policy of the new National .viu.imt v 11 established. A new CmgrN, l ou,,1 a tics, is soon to assemble. Tl.ePrew' Message is tobedelivored. The news- ' Kansas, arvl Oregon to t.e admiMc-! 'IT.1 be enlarged to thirty-four States n()i 1 ' ' dent Treasury is to be established: aud u J? blicam routed! '"""ifBUcn SOW IS THE TME TO srBSf. We shal I have, every mm ,2t A list of all the broken bank,, The latesr niaitet rer.rt, Tjle-. arhlTeiKrjr.hif- ' TKUMs- fi Single Subscribers rl'iubiPrw Clubs of ten . 1. 50 j flubs n, ' 3 Pay invariably in advano... To the getter , u one cop gratis, P-st Master.' 3rC t . 11 " to act as Agents.' Clubs can cmn!n.jt 1' Those desiring the Presidents ee L ,i lie Document can subsci ibn w. . Subscribers to the new viluiae-sli..u'e ma a w names as early as the middle of. Demur. mar be resristcred in limo ri.rh-....'.' . f umU received at current rates, atid if rrtiiterM AHBEOTYPEIfOm r J. H. MINNICII respeotfull invites Uta , 1 An.nn ... .... II .4 1.:. . . .... "cuiiu iu mil ii ins Ainoroiype liallefv. thfrt men Pictures cm be upon n' Krt.. ', you can have a miniature tikcri Uia: rna.i ti-. : i. ...... . i .1 i . . ..... -s in ui-jiiij aim uuraoi.ity, ami, & frill yg-v not change ia any country .ir climate. (.:,", uo iucuu lair aays in from rwto dvf iwa. ,. Pleifegiven:eai:ai1, - I'll try to ic)inmnjjte an. Lockets and .Breastpins Fil'ti tOfflce in Nenwlu Yal!- B'miiU.n-t.. n2:i-4t Brownvi'.ie, l)'j,i.so7. . CIGAES & ' VINIXG &; SW.ilX'- Imjorters and Mim-i a-rturers ut Cpn Tobacco Ccn:ml.i.fin .llercBar' , 86, Main Street; ft, Louis, Mat j Keep constant lyn hand a fi.1I and ouupletcwoftfi ' GEKMtVX, DOMESTIC, AND IIAYA31CL? I v Alia .' (Pur aount of tt.e Manutici'itfr uxfar prices) every variety of Virginia Jlannfacttred lofiiw To which the attention of Dy ers a rerTtfn'.tT v 53"Country orders wilf be ?tu up. jnbicct tt 0t proval of the purchaser, and if M iti.-fin.tort, cm 4 held subject to our order - ,, , YSSZ & SW.IK, j gity ; Front Street BroiiTiYlIlc, Nebraska. TerrUory. . J. H. MAUN.&Ca, ' " 11a just receirfliie . t " ". W.EST .OF SA1X.T .- - Consisting! 'in ' pjirt oi the M-"J j articles; -which they propc to j Cheap .for fash: , .-Putty Car-tor oil -(inMiver . .; .Snectoil tJIne " Parent miMi.W i'ffigH caiH:- Vain? rJ"""'' . . , . I'astiie s.a " Toilet "''l Wa.-liin ll.iir I ru.-hf . . rloth'Bru ; . jiiin.in-: u. llnnlftiPU Tea nut lui-ins Oyster CJS. Kari.'ine ' j Pure white lead ' French zinc - " China zinc - " . Ked lead Venitiau red Raw and bnmt nrnbrc Spanish whiUiig Chalk Turpentine Uusee-Ioil . Tanners oil Copat Vaniish Jauan White Varnish Litberage Paint brushes Varnish brushes ' Sash and window tools Wall brushes Letterinc Pencils ' Tuble iaints Camel hair pencils Blenders Star ean!lei Yeast Pywders. . TOBACCO, . . . , . Ii:l'illl'k''''' ui mo bestiirauus, cuci.'b est iU4lity and flavor. - " r-i"t'- . . FRUITS JI'J-LW" . Presen-ed fruit Ut ppes, bianiliH 1 ' ches in cnn,jmre-liin'' f. Di.t"1'1 ,b .f f rum, Holland Oin. Irish whUky, l'." brndy, Cordial, Port wine, cherry 'ur' Malaga wine. " STATIGM;..: Foolscap prper, fancy litt?r vfr ; .J and envelopes, plain, faneyjn.i cm ! tr holders, Inks of all kinds, iiurdi m J sealing wax warers. V' ft- A Splendid-Assortment, of Comprising .Lyon's KatlMirMH. ?.avl genuine' ox marrow, bear gr?ase, a1 '. ',r sences of all kinds and r lh jUre-t ; rw 53-Physicians Prescription ttc-".'.'. of the day and night. . ' ALSO . A SPLENDID . : ... ' or -Consist in? ;: . .TEAS, . t .. site ' i ASSORT 0s 2:0.0 FIGSt - nAisixs, CURRANTS, SOAP, ". ...r"c - v . . :P0YVFZ:SJ) With all articles usuilT four They invite their frien.lanJ ri, give them aeall, nd they j T:1.6, tf" stisfjctijnaato prii and u'la.i-J ... CA 'TF.RS i SIX EX CI1 81 ' " t-M-!f Nov. 21. 'j.-v.-iu.