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II. rUltXAS, EDITOR.
THURSDAY UOENIXG, OCT. 21,1853.
Darin- the Editors absence teveral
friends hare consented to write occasion
ally for the Advertiser, During such
absence, therefore, he will, hold himself
responsible only for articles over his own
A bill has also mssed establishing the platte cocxtt. JadKe DOUSMS. gy on tne part or our citizens, paru.uiar-
tirae of holding regular sessions hereaf- Agricultural resources of the county of Who has not heard of him ? Has he ly-trading men and merchants.
ter, commencing on the first Monday in Platte, situated at the junction of Platte not a world-wide reputation? Must he Come gentlumen, put j;our "shoulders
January 1 SCO. and Loup Fork rivers, as contrasted in not have done something very remarkable to the wheel." All are mutually and in-
This will throw off the next session for the years 1857 and 1858. for good or evil? That, he is in every terested in extending tne business or
about three months longer than is. usual It will be remembered too that this is body's mouth, and that every newspaper, Brownville, ' Be watchful, be diligent.be
between sessions, which will probably be only the second year of its settlement. of all political shades and aspects, have energetic, and your, efforts "like breau
Correspondence from the Capitol
Omaha, Oct. 11, 1858.
ThG Democratic members of the Legis
lature :came tohe Capitol apparently de
termined, -to .first attend, to the passage
' C ... . A ... 1 In ..n .1 tVirkrt f i r- n
.mitted, lo . spend such lime as might be
.i . . i i i
necessary 10 ine passage or sucn iocui
hills as might be found requisite to satisfy
the demands of those who desire but lit-
In order to show how the matter stood
at an early day of the session, when the
democracy had the will of their constitu
' uts fresh in their memory, as ascertain-
Vi'd from them direct whilst soliciting their
. essential aid in the way of their suffrages,
to rlevate them to the nrominent positions
, they now occupy, I propose to give the
vote on the following: A Resolution to
the effect that no special legislation should
be considered until the general laws so
much demanded by the people shall have
no disadvantage to the people.
A Criminal Code has been passed by Prairie breaking
both Houses, and the Council passed a Corn
bill providing for its publication in some Potatoes
newspaper at the Capital, in advance of Buckwheat
the regular delivery in book form. Sugar Cane
This is a wise provision inasmuch as Turnips v
we have no criminal law in existence. Beans
It should be known immediately. The Oats
Illinois lawyer will recognize it at once Wheat -as
appearing familiar.' Horses"
HEPCBLICAK COMMITTEES. value
In the House, when a bill is introduced Hay
by a democrat, and which is likely to be
' 18-37. 1858.
551 acres. 1648 acres.
his name held up for scorn or praise, cast upon 'the waters, will return-after
there must bo snmethincr verv uniaue many days. D.
about this man. We hold that he is the
true exponent of democracy, the corner
stone of that glorious political fabric, the
fairest that a people ever built up, and
we further hold that were it not for S.
Letter from the Plains-
Nokth Platte, Bridge,
. Sept. 22, 1858. .
. Althounh we vesterdav met the mails.
A. Douglas that noble fabric would be ere LnJ t0.day several returning trains of
now irmerea into atoms. Messrs. Russell and - Waddell, we have
Years ago Dpuglas staked his political notniDg 0f interest .from Salt Lake or
existence on tne issue, wnetner a people Brigham. ..Everything tanquil Gover
naa not tne nznt to irame tneir own ao
nor Youn?? still dictator to Gov Cumminir.
963 tons, mestic institutions without the interfer- A larfre number of 'the Saints in the em-
This shows a very respectable increase ence of any'power whatsoever. -We all Llovm-nt of Government. Provisions
of any credit tohim.it soon finds its way for an interior county located eighty-five remember what a storm there arose thro' verv iow wjth a downward tendency.
into the hands ot a standing or select iuut-wen oi uieiuoua river, ami oi tne country as ne, and all good democrats, Money extremely tight.
committee. The practice of reading bills whicji Columbus is the county seat. preached the doctrine that such a right To-dav we leave the Platte after hav-
the nrst and second time oerore it can dc raruicrs vl iuii, iei us u.ar irom did belong to the inhabitants of any Ter- :nfT ;nnrnaXrDA nn ,ha ih' Knnh
. I IV Ul ill V -l U V V V-A UUV- XI VI i-1
riiory,wiinin this union. Ananooiywas branches of that river for more than
that right vindicated at the last presiden- ej?nt hundred miles.
tiai election. its merits were tested, and we arft now em'n v W all thft luxuries
of the season, in the way of game, viz:
referred is found to be erroneous, and you in a similar manner.
the rule established is that all bills when
. i i i r
nrst introduced may lmmeaiaieiy oe reier- Jgg,
red to any committee the House may The Kansas election resulted in the tne people declared in its favor by elect
direct. tri iiri-ot Tho in? James Buchanan to the presidential
Legislature will be strondv Republican, chair. .'. i ' ' , rabbits. Sarre hens, speckled trout. &c.
finds a grave and is never heard of after- It j3 cven asseried that the Democratic Why was James Buchanan elected by Weather yet mild and pleasant for the
wards except accompanied by a full sub- part did not succeea- -m eecli n a sintrie such an overwhelming majority?- Sim- season '
At our camp thirty miles back of this,
a uovernment aent was distributmsr
Mr. 3iasox Bixgham, of New York,
now in this Territory, paid our City a
visit last week. He says we done injus
tice to Mayor Wood in publishing a par
agraph from the N. Y. Times, in relation
to the Governorship of this Territory.
Fernando Wood has net applied to the
Administration for the Governorship' of
Nebraska; has not consented to, accept
the office should it be offered him by the
President; yet should he accept, he will
leave New York forever, and invest his
capital several hundred thousand dol
lars in Nebraska. J Mr. Binghamcon
siders the Times poor authority for Dem
ocrats, even worse than the Tribune.
While speaking of the Governorship
we will state that if the unanimous wish
of the citizens of this Territory has much
influence with the Administration, Judge
Black will be our next Governor.
Daily . ... 4t
. Davis .
Collier " ' 41
.. The. above were the prominent debat
crs en the above question, and a sufficient
amount of votes were obtained to. carry
the resolution into effect.
;. From the array of names above dis
played, it will be perceived that the dem
. 'ocracy stated all right, and the Republi
cans, as anticipated, on the off side and
nearly always wrong. Time will show
how each party is to be held responsible.
' '. : REGULAR SESSION.
It was ascertained too, that in the ef
fort to. regularize the special session, that
. the Republicans and the opposition to the
democracy were pretty generally against
the bill, whilst the democrats were for it
. both in argument and on the record.
Much firne in heated debate was con
uxned on this bill,, and the parties ap
peared to desire an issue, especially on
he part of the Republicans inasmuch as
. ihejf hae the majority in the House. I
was pjain- to be seen to which side a
jnembcr would likely be found on any
. jparty. question introduced, either direct or
stitute purporting to be "introduced by the can(j jate.
committee," instead of the name of the
original introducer who should usually
have the credit of his labor.
This is a cunningly devised plan to take
the wind out of the sails of the democra-
ply because the platform on which he
stood was that great principle of self-gov
ernment put .forth by, Judge Douglas: presents in the shape of blankets, to the
that principle which carried dismay and Sioux Tndians .'We met numbers of them
turn of the election in Ohio, Pennsyl- terror into the enemy's camp, and scat-J returning to their respective encamp-
I'nnm nnrt Tnd annbnt Pnnntrh tn shnw lereu wine Winus mat QOCtnne wnicn
The Democrats carried the State of
Delaware by 750 majority.
As yet we Lave received but partial re
cy,who have no control over the subjects lar e Rerullican sains everywhere. The held that others besides the governed had
embraced in the tuns alter tneyget into named persons are reported el-
the possession of those who prefer being ccted tQ Con2ress . ,
the recipients of the benefit likely to arise
from the presentation of important bills.
And even bills which are so plain that
errors in grammar as they contend, where
for instance words understood are omit
ted, being of no consequence, must be
overhauled and ridiculed by the wise-
In Pennsylvania, Morris, Verre, Mil
word, Wood, Hickman, Schwartz, Stev
ens, Killinger, Campbell, Hale, opposi
tion candidates; and Florence, Roberts,
Dimmick, Fisher, and Foster, democrats.
In Ohio the opposition elected Gurley,
Ashly, Corwin, Staunton, Carey, Trim
the right absolute of forcing on them
laws contrary to their wishes and desires.
But we must change the scene from
the lime when the whole nation declared
for this principle of self government and
come to the time when a minority in Kan
sas framed a constitution and aimed to
have Kansas admitted into the Union
without submitting that constitution to the
ments, in the vicinity of Fort Laramie,
not 30 miles from Deer Creek. One
day we missed an ox, when mounting a
mule, I went in search of him, and final
ly found him in a ravine with an arrow
hurried in his side. This was done by a
party of Indians not six hours from draw
ing their presents. Being imprudently
unarmed, and the train some miles in
advance, Messrs R. W. &co. might have
been minus a mule as well as an ox if
acres who obtain possession and control Sherman, Spink, Thompson, Burgham people to be ratified or rejected by them. th bad met rae. xhese mischievous
. It is right that all errors should be cor
rected, but that which is correct in reality
ought not to be the subject upon which to
consume the time of the Legislature.
In the Council a Homestead has been
discussed at considerable length, and will
probably pass the Legislature in some
It is proposed by some members to give
and the democrats elected Burns, Martin, umimbimuuu ior . oi eipe- vetches, idstead of receiving presents,
Vallandingham and Pendleton. diency wished Kansas admitted. Ana- should be paid for such work with pow
In Indiana the opposition elected Ho- Hon was waiting with an eagerness never der and balL These gioux lay about
vey, Dunn, Holman, Kilgore, Porter, before attendant on any great question. their camps and allow the Black Feet tQ
Davis, Wilson, Colfax, Case and Petit. The friends of national rights and popu- make annual incursions among them and
The democrats elected English. ... lar sovereignty trembled for the result car off their horses. There is one no-
Ten districts Iin Pennsylvania . and ""ai um luc 8lin uo now 5 ted Indian, thit pvpfv vPnr Wn hi
eight in Ohio remain to be heard from. Will he succumb ? What will become of moccasins near a lod e t0 let them know
The Democrats carried Pottawatamie hls iavonte hobby-horse ? were questions he tas beea about jj
county, Iowa, by 250 majority.
everywhere put by Douglas' enemies.
is moccasins meas
ures seventeen inches; and he always
By the Utah mail which reached St. They little knew the might that slumber- rnn. . M nn fnnt tt rh ,0f
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a cenain quamny oi iauu erniei m -uuu- jgp oa lhe iGth inst., we have further iU "mue gianrs-- mina. ne came of the Blackfeet. This miVht be consid
trv or town without a money valuation. a v,.,- forth with a will and an enerfrv ennal tn . . . .
. , , - "ta uiC umicc. . .u iuiit.x , , - o. -1 ereic a pretty Dig toot ; but as a curiosity
auu JCi iuC umiti MJ just m trom Uherry Ureet, where he had fa1 wC uiuu AAC K"cw uia be js not equai t0 a cbief 0f the Crows
d raw I. . . . I limn Vr si r--v r K . ... U U U .1 I
ports that seventy-five people were in the to contend with ; but he was equal to the
mines, who were making from one to tas- Nobly did he defend that great
twenty dollars each per day. The larg- principle' of his life; he threw down the
est amount which he had heard of being gauntlet thd won the most glorious vic
taken out by a single person in one day, tory that man ever dreamed of. From
was twenty-one dollars and fifty cents, and that hour Douglas was a marked man.
lhere are several dius in me nouse, the largest specimen only one dollar and "y ..i. """j nrui cPrpn nr c',rhivr .m tk mnr
one of which covers all debts in the past, a half ; the average returns of a day's nov. flocked; around him ; . the nation's f civiilzalion westward has instead of
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whilst another prohibits the properly to labor beins about five dollars. This it uca11 ueai "eeV "ocracy. siooa rortn
is disposed to expend upon it.
are in favor of cne hundred and sixty
acres or half acre in town, others would
limit it to "eighty or forty acres; again
some are sticklers for a valuation home
stead of from fifteen hundred dollars up
to at least about three thousand.
who has hair thirteen feet long. He
raps it around his waist, and carries it
over his left arm, except on state occa
sions, when he has it combed out and
There is a marked difference in the
appearance of the Sioux on this road now,
For Cherry Creek.
A company from Pawnee county, num
bering fifteen men, was last week in our
city, fitting out for the gold mines.
A New Iiircntlon.
v - Some ingenious
"scape goat" is about getting outapa.e,
for extracting liquor from the noses
old torpors. We speak for the right
Nebraska, rj t
"" During the absence ofv Mr. Vz:
Mr. R. L. Dodge will attend to the I
ness and act as County Clerk.
Mr. Rai.ney, the Treasurer of ' v.
maha county, is 'now ready "to receiv.
payment of taxes, which must be done),
tween now and the 1st day of- Janaari
next. ' i . 2 J t
Another Nebraska paper, the Dahko-j
Herald, died recently; li U ihq JJfyi
the present season. ' "
Monsieur Lamarque, a. resident c 'e.
braska City, died on Tuesday of last w et't
D. Seicel, cf the Baltimore Clothing
Store, has just received a large assort
ment of Fall Goods, which he will sell
at astounding cheap prices. Those want
ing a neat article will have the choice in
calling soon. . .
Miss Mary Turner
Has, we are informed, received a new
supply of Bonnets, Dress Trimmings, and
Millinery of every description. We will
not attempt to describe her stock of goods,
as we confess the most profound igno
rance of the various articles of women's
apparel ; but the ladies who have visited
her Store, speak of it in terms of the
highest praise. She deserves liberal pat-
On Fiiday lfcb tost at Plcaaant Urvre near Gien
.."eiuaha county, Baiph Alilucr; Ih.caly iMof S.
aad Margaret VTaistaflr, aged 4 yearr atiJ 15 dayt.
ErirTircL Hair. Tills I one of tb ffrtiUotm
nanieuts which man or woman cuiill buaat d. a it'.
Uid hei of hair, a laxurUiK of tair, if it te in k
state of health, glusiy and thict, no matter what iu .
or oe so that it W natural, is an attraction that
eape the envy of thoe who are bail, aivt pruy hsir .
uuuatural till one is in the neichborhood of Ii
and ten; short of that it is a disease. How euid n
restore gray hair to its original health? Un pf,,
Wood's Hair Kestorative, for sale at ill the drug tr
it restores the hair, it restores its health, ami
that is re-rr.li:cetl, its beauty, its original color. iu v
xuriance and (flows is sure to follow. Woou't Reotfc
tive ii the only valuable hair preparation.
William S.IIall, Pl'ff,
Abel Line, Defendant
Fall and Winter Goods.
Mr. Hill returned a few days ago
Nemaha co.nty District conr
oX the -J judicial Distnct,x!
braka Terri-ory; t. s0Ve.
bcrterm. A. D."l68.
To Atel Line, the above name defeniUnt, yo0 tn
hereby notitied that the abore named Plaiai.ir, Willi
am S. nail, has filed en the nineteenth 4 ty of cr.w
133, in the office i f the Clerk of the Xereaha c aoir
LiauiLituuii, n iuc i'Ul w uuilldl Ibtrr Surai-
ka Territory, his petition, wherein he claim ot Tou
Abel Line, the a bole named defendant, the snai ot v,l
teen'hundred and eighty ou juul twenty-eight hundredth
dollars, with interest on. the same, at the rate of ten
per cent per annum from the first day of September, A.
D. 1S5S, up n a certain promissory note, made
npon the nineteenth day of November, 1857, whereby joi
promised to pay to thesaij W'illUm S. Hall or order.
or before the tlrst day of September next after tat g
iiuih -v xuik, uiere ii, jJiuturtu u ins the said note, the sum f twfuty-flve hundrca ii4
lanje stock of Fall and Winter Goods.
flity dollars, for value received, tha said note payalle in
lum.er, at twenty uoiiar per thousand, except feithcr.
A nnrtlnn nf liit trnntU hri nrrivPrl. tht !!a"'c5Algv".0,:?..nrt' ""dredt dollars per ha
.w ... . , i urc-j,
balance he expects on the next boat. As
his goods were purchased at New York, TATf rlT?ctvor re,TT? rouTro0
o I ot the Territory of Nebraska without leaving suEkient
he can afford to sell them cheaper than if "ni,,nin,or 1 ,p;!ym.Knt , "fb Ten-
fled to tinder oath by the plaintiff; and, - whereas, to
procured irom ot. jouis.
Abstract of the Proceedings.
Wednesday, Oct. 6.
A bill providing for the appointment of
deputies, was considered, amended and
Joint Resolution and Memorial for the
construction of a Wagon road from Flatte
river to the Kansas line.
the said case a writ of attachment and irarnUhmpnt
hart issued ncainst yon the sai l Abel Line, returnable
to me nexi:oveini.er term of the saw! court. tobetel4t
the city of Brownvilie, Nemaha county, Nebraska Terri
rory, on the sixteenth day ot November. A. 1).
which said writ of attachment also summonj you tat
and appear on or before the second day of said term iU
answer to the said petition of the plaintiff, as afofcaifl,
and whereas, by the eaid wriMaetacbmcnt, the follow
ing described property, belr.r.lBg to yoo h.1 been attach,
ed, to-wit: the steam-sawmill now beinj and situated in
the !wuth-east quarter-of the Bortheast narter lee
tion no twenty-live f5) in townsntp no jx (8) north u
rar'iie fifteen east of the sixth -principal meridian, Ke-brat-ka
Teriitory, situated in N'emaha county aforenairt.
and whereas, by the said writ of attachment ne llrark
"W'irth was attached therein a garnishee of sn the de
fend .nt. and whereas the said wiitof attach me tit a:;4tL
summons therein contained i to run .Tr-.i...nr
Abel Line, ha been returned "not lonnd," now thrt
fore, this ito turtber notify yon the defendant Abel Line
of the issuing of the said attachment and the said sum
mons, and that the aforesaid nronorfr has tx-m attarhd
a aforefaid, and cf the KariiUhmeat o the said Fmit
vnrth, ana that the sail writ or attachment and t
summons therein contained to yon as aforeaid. re-
mtth tinnr flip mi n rTo n nrl VioV.itc rf tVincn
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Bat stubborn fads brought the thought- be sola during tne existence oi . me-pa- snould be rememberea is aone witnout -V'- savages, has had. the most demoralizing
less. to their sober thoughts, and their rents.
judgments dictated that the hillthovld lc c-s cousty institutes.
inadt good. ' ' There have been three charters mtro-
HousE i jf a esabl.1 duced in the Council and passed, which
t ' Occa-ionally the House gets into deep are called by the titles of- the bills
.water for want of a proper knowledge of Seminary, Institute, and Dempster Bibli-
"ihe rules, and all being members of little cal Institute of Cass county. Over these
I'ccisiative experience, thev are more de- bills much discussion arose "in reference ton, Ottawa, Napierville, Johet, Spring
iiroiisof making a spludcre than to scat to a clause therein contained exempting field, Galesburg, Sec, in Illinois, have
" themselves at the still hour of night and all property owned by those institutions been removed to make way for Adminis-
Tnform their darkened intellects in regard from taxation forever. ' , trationists.
to the rules of the House. , The Legislature should not pass char- Faran. who was appointed postmaster
They appear less inclined in this way ters of any kind, much less those giving at Cincinnati but a short time since, has
than former bodies which have assembled such great advantages over the balance
here for the purpose of enacting laws. of the country. Or if charters must be
Bat there: is a much greater disposition granted, let a lime be set when the Leg- i contest
"to make speeches and lead in argument i.lature may review them and pass such
and' 'eloquence. Although they appear laws in reference to them as may be
(lehcient in the rules, there are some deemed proper.
o and men in debate and many of supe- the court bill.
This bill in the House on yesterday
consumed the entire day.
It provides for an appearance and
tools adapted to the work. The mail par- lory-
ty met about eighty; wagons on their isut persecution is ever, the reward of
way to the mines. ' genius. The Administration frustrated
Hon. William Preston' has been ap- in nefarious project of forcing a con
pointed Minister to Spain and has accep- stitution on the people af Kansas, have
ted the appointment. pursued Stephen A. Douglas with all the
.1 J l' .-l'. ! 1 ' J X
The postmasters of Peoria, Blooming- ? nvy ana n1au?ei mat evil numan nature menteti. These degraded
is capable of contemplating; but. their
works will recoil on their own heads,' and
Judge Douglas will stand forth as a bril
liant beacon in the political horizon, the
idol of a great people. . Vox popvli vox
Dei. ' ' : -
effect. .They have now sank to the low
est depths of degradation, with scarcely
a blanket ; whereas, a few years ago,
even their females were attired in dres
sed skins, neatly garnished, and mounted
on horses, richly caparisoned and orna-
An act relating to salaries of Territo
rial Auditor and Treasurer, was reported turned "not found," aud that nnless you be and appear on
. , . TT . , v. -viui . ovoiih uaj vi mu uri term oi tne ri.a
Oacii irom tne HOUSe, Wltn amenamentS, Xemaha county District Court to tm held a afore.!.,...
which were concurred in. , ll lJ'?.1"?'01 1 p .
and the plaintiff be allow ed to recover the sura which be
claims m the said petitioa 01700. " j (
uP c. Jons'soN.
Attornev fur PliT.
It ii hereby ordered that the said Notice tie DuMiih!
fur four successive weeks vn the Nebraska Advcrt.seri
tne law provides.
ANDREW yr. PT5VTLAXD. CleTk.
y in .MiLi s v. vuBiET, etntr.
uciooer i, ic3.
Thursday, Oct. 7.
. HOUSE. .
Joint resolution and Memorial relative
to Punca Indians.
A bill for a general law.
Legal Notice. - ; , :
II I' Bennett & CM Nemah eonnty district Court
va I of the Second JnJicial diitrict.
William Rose and -Nebraska. Territorv. .
William Rottoa j ToXonmberterm AD 1S53.
To William Rose and William Rotton, the abore
namea aeiendanu. -
You are hereby notif ed that from tne rfiiee of the
clerk of the Nemaha district Court of the Socoud
Judicial district of Nebraska T erri to ryr there ha
been removed for expressing his sympa
thy as being with Douglas in the Illinois
Oar Trade Important to thePco
pie of Browniille.
Nothing can effectually and perma
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Col. Sumner has assumed the command nenuy Duiias up a town but extensive trade, high favor for a journey of this sort, for
of the Military Department of the West. anci tnosc P01nt3. lehcient m this respect various reasons.
Trip Amprlr-nn TnstitntP hnrP vntPrl n HlUSt SOOner Or later ffO down.
The contested case of Messrs. Mc
Donald and Dundy was taken up from
the table, and after a recess the resigna
tion of McDonald was handed in. The
committee of the Whole reported a reso
Iiition admitting Dundy to the seat vacat
ed bv McDonald, which was carried, and
have their' condition improved by send- the oath of office administered to Mr. on the l'jth day of October ad 1S.3, Luvi fromta
e . ' . . , TV,-.!., said Nemaha county district Court a writ of um-
tu - a icy iut,iuiiatic umvu'r iut'111. mons against tou. returuablo to tlie N.ivp.mhcr term
' -.u 1 Mr. Dundy Was appointed on all the of said Court, to be begun and held at the citr of
VC are progressing With Our usual SUC- Rfnnii:nfT .nn m:,,M' B tha nUna. rf 7VTr r-Wnvillo inlaid Nrmaheontr tbiiit.nrk
itrn.T.i r day of November a d 1j8, and notifvuiz you. tail
X-XVUIiaiU, tlierO WOUld bo ril nr Ivfnr. Ihn F.rmt A 1 r.t iXM.
without loosing any cattle; perhaps the Bills Passed. , ' ocr a d 1353 on file in tb (.cioeof the clerk cf tha
first train that has been so fortunate. I . "A Joint Resolution and Memorial re- w?L
lativc to the Punca Indians. you the sum of two hun.inui n,i Y. ii,r. 'with
An act to amend sections 42, 43 and 53 interest on the nme at the rata of Ct' per cenTpcr
r.f o.l rKontor ftf 5,1 ..; I-,,-. monin irom the Cnt d.iy of A tr.t a v : 1S53 : nncn a
1 Ml 1 yi . I A J J J .11 V) l I J T i Hi'
-mi- luwiLiuidic mc vuoa vuuiiij uraiuaj vi -ciooerA o lf, wherehr yoa tin mise
to j.ay unto the or ler of Julian il-tealf fix nrnnt
counted. as high as seven in: a hundred
The long-horned Texas cattle are in
. Our train is the first that has reached
' . H0'. o. r. MASOX.
This gentleman, a member from Ne-
I ra'ka Ci'.v, is one of the most talented trial term of court to commence irem ana
and energetic workers in the House. He after its passage.
is ciia.irrrii vl iuc -uuihoiv vuimuiun,, tiiI1uv it uuiuiii-a. au icu-
A bill incorporating the Cass county
A memorial for a land grant for rail
roads, for four routes runnin? westward.
reward ot uuu tor tne detection or tne M11 ,ualcw this far without loosing a teamster either
incendiary who set fire to the Crystal paironage or tnis and. portions ot ad- by desertion or otherwise. At Laramie
I'a acfi. vium6 vuuuuw. , l i. . . r I
... . r"""clUClluus'vuu,-aiueiIum and one runnino- nnrthwnrrl.
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a ' . I 1. 1 . Ain ii. I 1 1 ijiisii ii . iti i ii in ivi i v ill nnc in. I rv i i , ... r i
v rtmurKuui. tueiur, aj'par-iitiy uue- n.-tusku vity on express ior OUT wor
thed the size of the moon, was observed creased greatly in the last year; not how- thy friend and assistant, Major D. W.
at the Toronto Obcervatory. Its form ever, as much as it should have done. Crenshaw, to return immediately. This
was pear-shaped, and it burst when at an This has been owing to the want of effort younr ecntleman. although scarcelvtwen-
a very" laborious position, but the most term, which was stricken out in the elevation of twelve degrees above the n part of our leading men, who have ty years of age, is recalled at the request pj
honorable post within the gift of that Council. Much and learned discussion horizon. - and are still, accumulating, it appears, 0f his father, to 'proceed immediately to un
totly. , JJeing an attorney oy proiession, -aS made on tins dui, and procaoiy more pive of crev. of the juife a "y ivmiy as ui.y care aooui. v ei Passo, New Mexico; there to take
and argumentative in debate, than on any other which has been before vessel fitted out in New York a f ew safe and ProfitabIe trade 1S cari"ied on, and the supervision of a mail route to Stock-
.and.U always listened to with much at- the House. The b:oks and documents montns since for the slave trade, which lhls ,seems adequate to satisfy their ton, California. 'This isquite a jaunt to
tcmion. documents were read "and referred to, j went t0 Africa, took on board nine hun- avancious. propensities. All well, so far, commence in September; . to fro three
drcd slaves, and landed them in Cuba, 'et U 13 evident with proper exertion, thousand' miles through the open Prairie,
have been arrested by U. S. Marshal 5To" business can be conducted on a much sometimes a : thousand miles without -a
Ryndeers, of -New .-York. The vessel iar&er sce. ,: vve nave tne people wliose house. :
was scuttled and sunk off Montauk Point custom should come here, and if you go We hye discoura giQ(T cc0unl3 j
i fpw rrppi-s ncro - to work in the right way, it will come ; , , v 4
a lew weeks ago. gard to grass beyond South Pass.
r , , i i no doubt about that. - ; 3
. We have news from. Havana .to the 2d The inhabitants of the States have no
instanL A terrible explosion of apow- Merchants at other points have taken idea of the expense aUendinfr Ae
der magazine occurred there on the nijrht
His n.anner of address' does not make and more" interest was apparently felt by
the,, imprcs-ioa cf case to himself, but both members and lobby than over any
iievertheless he is untiring in his ener- other during the. session. After being
gies and perseverance in the discussion considered in Committee of the Whole ir.
came ac into me iiouse aim was rcier
red. It will pass.
The principal advocates of the bill
were Daily, Steele, Rankin, Gwyer, and
those who spoke in opposition were - Col
lier, Mason, and Stuart, all of whom done
well in the "discussion towards gaining
for themselves the reputation of good,
sound nd eloquent debaters.
In this discussion a report was read
several times as authority purporting to
rf 'all 'important questions which are pre
f-ented for'the consideration of the mem
hers, and endeavors to make all questions
understood' before 'passed beyond the
'"control of the House.
JCminary. lo VnJ un'-0 toe or :er of Julian llf-tealf si.x m.mth?
A bill tn inrnrnnrMf tho flpmrntPr "RI. 1 , 10 mercoi tne sum of two humlre-1 im
Din to incorporate tne U empster Jii- firty dollar with ink.rwt m tbe g(ttae. , the ntn -f
five per cent per month from tbe maturity of tb
sail Dote, the f aid note being girca for ralne rec
eived. whL-h R.aid n'oto has been endorsed by the
saMJulian Metealf and made payable unto t
above named plaintiff.. ' . . ..,.....'!
Ana wnereaJ thsai.f snmrnorw aWe- jnentio-f-I
has been returned by the heitf of theid Nemab
county as to you the said William Koie and William
uotton "not fonnd, - .1 . 1 . : -
Now therefore, th is to notify yoa the' said. Wil
liam Hose and V.'illiam Rot ton that ud1?s tou ap
rcar on or befuretho econl day cf tlteaij 'eve
Lcr term of the a.id Court to bo held m ferofcl
ana answer to soid pctiticn if t'a' platntils Jdip
uicni, nm oe rrcacrea Dgiuct you in the faiu.. -
for default and the plaiatrSa wiM have iudment for,
i . .
iuo nuutasiia million aemanled. . r
U. C. JOU.VS O N, Att'y for Pl'ffs.
It hereby ordered that the bT j notieeba tu-
lished for four snccee.iTe weeks in the Nebraskii Ai-
vcni-cf as u rojHircd "by Inw J' 1 Z " f i" . 1
- axdrew w. fkntt.A! v, rvnr
: cnxs. g. ixitsY- Petiutr.
Friday, Oct. 8.
Memorial and Joint Resolution for the
construction of a Waon Road from the
atte river to the Kansas line was taken
read third time and passed.
Mr. Rankin from committee on roads,
reported back A Memorial for a land
grant ana recornmenaed its passage;
read tnird time and passed. .
Saturday, Oct. 9.
n -T7 T- T
JJlllS raSSCU. .-. a niua .-uurtu
A bill abolishing the office of attorney Tho -v. uwn rw,
. - i - - J -
A bill fixing the time for holding the
nand" ' Nemaha County district.
Court of tbe Second Judicial
lz. ' ' '..TOVRCli; BILLS..
' Airr.lectioa Law has passed the Coun-
cirprovidir: for holding the elections" on
UI; tecCnd Tuesday of October hereafter.
t This U -certainly a wisi provision, as
that "will come in at a time when our far
mers are at leisure if any time in the come from tqe chairman of the Judiciary
rear, 'and 'crm more conveniently attend Committee, as it really did, yet" was
mass' meetings and the polls as it is now written by tha gentlemen who made so
n ) reals in upcu the . farmers' harvest much use of it. . The report of the gen-st-asoa,
and injures him sometimes very tleman on the Homestead and the argu-
niiterially to leave his fields that need his ments cf the same individual in the court
bill discussion disagreed, for which the
A bill authorizing certain parties to
an immense, portion of the trade which r-i.. ., , . . erect a mill-dam across the Great Nema
o . i , , j . - - -. o a i-iii- uy hn
of tne .th ult. The magazine was ruled .,0. uur Messrs. M., R. & W. Thre is not'an
with powder; shells and rockets, and the Pockets, and the very reasonable inquiry olher company in the United States so
explosion was attended-by the most dis- ay be suggested, how has it been d-ne ? Competent to fulfill such acontract, from
astrous enects. l wenty-eight persons jj -.. -u- .tl.uauW llltv. thcir Ion expericnce in freighting and
were known to be killed outright, and one uue ,oul "ugu. . uwenor, maae ac- lh uniimitea
hundred aad five were wounded, while it quittances, talked to, and with the set
was apprehended tLat many more were tlers' buiIl or subscribed liberally to bridg
buried under the ruins. Ninety new su- es a?ross streams; opened up roads, and
gar-houses were totally destroyed, and ept on hanti all varieties of goods, and
thegaz works were so far damaged as SW them. ;
to leave the city in darkness. . All admit that even a part of the trade served by the youth of our land, except
The London papers publish a report by of our ozrn 'county goes to points ouside in the employment of Messrs. Russell
Mr. Varley electrician of the. Atlantic of our. county limits. This should not be. & Co. Here youth are exposed to many
lelegraph, on the present state of the We need the trade, not only of Nema- temptations, and are deprived of the res
A bill authorizing II. Nuckols and N. eujbcr A D i33Sumioni-g you ton.-
Jrvor , . -tr . fore the second dayvf snid term tn P"
?h?r,P 10 keef a.ferry at Yancton. abov0 naLMfd William FenrU7'
-in iu auiiiuij j. .x. i rover ar.u
others to keep a ferry at St. Deroin.
A bill authorizing T 'T. IVhxMf nnrl
o.,-,- A . e , , - ---- - -j -
i-o.ui.-. 1 1 om others tokeepa terry at Aspinwall.
A Lilt to amend chap. 2 of laws of 1S7
in relation to district courts.
this, their strict regard to the moral de
portment of their employees should be a
matter of 'serious consideration with Gov
ernment. There is no employment .on
the-Plains where moral deportment is ob-
pt-ricnal attention. . ; ' .
Candidates too will-be accommodated gentleman who wrote . the report would cable. His experiments show that the ha, but of Johnson, Clay, Pawnee, Gage, training influences of society and parental
with larger 5sembfogcs of those whom read it. ; cable has not parted. Faint signals are Jone and a portion of Richardson. advice, yet the Bible and Hymn Book are
ii:- desire to lecoine their' constituents, . The members and lobby were pretty I still received from Newfoundland. .' He We. must and will. command the trade be- their constant companions.
i j the f ill thc7 will turn out m greater j generally informed tliat; Rankin, was . the j speaks of another and more distant fault, fore long;. it is ours geographically, and . Should nothing of importance happen,
author ot Mason s report, which UkI not j the locality ot which lie cannot estimate all that is required to concentrate it here my next will be from Fort Brider.
set well on the latter. i without roinz to Newfoundland. now. is a little more enterprise and pner. Verv T?ocnortf.,litr ivvimt a
WW ' M ' 1 -w.y 'VVUUlili M 1 lllil.l.
nailers 'to 'listen to the eloquence cf
ririn thcir .ufTrages.
Monday, Oct. 11.
By Ir. Mason, A bill for the discharge
of insolvent debtors.
By Mr. Marquette, A bill to c'rnge
and re-define the boundaries of Calhoun
An act incorporating the Beatrice
and Ferry company, was read third time
An act to change the time of convening
the Legislative Asic nit ly, was taken up
; Legal I.otice,
iiitam I erjrrj?or
ember Temr a 9 135
To Thos. 1. ILiyirced, the abore named defcadan.
j bis 13 to notifyyouthat whereas a writ of sum
mons ha issued OKiinst you from thei Hinink
county district eourt of tho Soecnd Judicial' distHot
-ebraflka Ti rritory on to wit the tho lata day oi vc
tober, a nlS-S, returnable to the-Nuf ember. Term
of said Court, to be' held in the city of In-ownrill
in ?a;a -eniaha county on the sLXtecntn u7 "
rHtton of ths
l"" f T,
Fenrufn ana iw. a.
Fcr"an. to be on fie in the office oi M
the said .Nemaha wnnty distric t court on or t efora
v, f xrrwher a v ISO?, wherein t- sai l
i-laintifficUiixnofyou the sun of two iaadrci an;
ten dtilur and eighty eeoU vita -interest oa tba
same at tho r.ita of ten pr cent per annum irciatue
5thd.y of June ad 18.8 opon a certain proraiisory
note maJa by you nnto them oa to wit to day and
year last ofuTcsaid for the snni of two h undrcd and
ten ljllar3 ant eignty cent?, nyaM3 s.xty cay al
ter date wit li interest oa to saaio nt tho rite or ten
per cent per annum, it being g:.vcn for Value received.
Ani whereas t!.e ;a;d sumurts hat been ruturneu
by the sberiff of the said county 4nut found as to jc
tho said Thos. IMIay wood. ' ' ' . - . . ;
ow tLereforo.Tou are herebv notified tliat unlefs
you appear at tho next November term of the sail
etnaha connty district court to bo bfld as aforesai i
and answe. on or before tha second .da of thd saiJ
term tb s:u.l rciiHi.n rf thn T.l-ntliVj. that then
judgment will .bo retired againstjou on the id
petition per default ad the plauitiJi reccter w
you tho sua deiaaclsd in Vn said petition, r - f
- - U. C. JOUMSOI.VVtt' ior n Ui
It 13 hereby ordered that the- abore mtic bepuo
ILshcdiu the Xcbrask.. Advertiser fr f.ur sacccsav
weeks as Ii provided by law.
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