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dlna ar the ',(? l'..aatai-a
".usutot t a of the Oouty Certrl
i'i(n tb Damsorfy of D.kot etoutt
K' ''ii.f JkIiIh, MmMJ l tne Oorl
H.:4in DuotaCiiy on Mat Uy, flapt. ft
!n. t t 1. M. t q.VB.n.te rao.lide.tes for
jti eftceri to b supported by h dme
'y at tha anmiag elsetian.
Tli ofsnti(Q w . rae;i .f (
'' t a'rgjtr Chairman.
Os urn on, Ziba Millaje rt tedei Vie
T": .-a; Irol.
1,1 noilii, Willltm rVhoo'SeM tod Jjla
vjj.-iSy were electsd Secretaries.
I nut a, wasrnai that a coium'ttrt cf
ve bt rpintd on Cre.in!iaV Carried.
Tut :St i pointed 8 imue! OtniVe, i.'ib
'1 as t Patriok 0'?!, J . l oar.isiit-
Oi ra.;. n, a canmit'ee cf thrst fn rta!u
t'?it wts arpiln's-i, conslttir rt'n fV.Iewiu g
;irtii : I'. 0. Lt-Sf 1:5, A. II. l 'ur
.'iPib Van Auken.
Tit cjmmt'.tet on C.-aJeiVt't r: rteJ tS
urretef tht following geat'.trr.e.i i entitled te
eeett in the Cotit tot'an.
PjIv Fr-'i'd, Utix'. Gnl'e Wjllia
'url, John KaflYgf.-, WilMsm Bohool'it'.d,
William Carnaban, JeaoH Vtn Aukon.
iff- Jhn' Vrt vrf, Jkn Hcffeoron, Jeln
tfagin, Daniel MrKrnca, (iimon Magan, Dan
iel Duggto, John McCarthy, Patrick O'Neal.
CWftyrwi 'rcvnf, William Kmitli, William
I.eeoh, JmM McKenne
Omaha Crtk VviW,Zb Millege B. Q
Lempson, 8. O. Cochrane, James Wem-dey,
a. n. r.vr.
Tlit report ef tho e jmmltte wis on motlno
aoeepted end adopted.
The committee on resolutions reporte 1 tht
littlJ, That we htartlly approve f and
endorse lb rinolptot of the. Democratic par
I. Af euunoiatexi1 in the riiu-rm cf ihn
Curntion htl! t I'lulUaiootb or (!. 1 Si b et
Kfol"i, Tlitt w pleilg oar united tt rai p tb
nI lutors fur Oen. K. K-tntrook nj tl.f
holt Dtmucrtie Ticket, bulh Territotinl J
JiftoUtJ, Tli t DVotn c'U)it v ictnlfl grret ing
to her Lu-r otuntips ol lUe Trrritory, mi J
hkllergco aoIi mi rvrrj out uf t br lit to fir
Urge n .!,-ni;-cr(io mnj .ltjr n ilm iloi-p,
in prutri! u lb tbc wbolo Luuiher uf utii
F. ' l.ioi;koa, )
A It IUW, V Cuiii.
Jnci l Vnu Aulien, )
i)t ir.uM'n, the riitt of thj Coiniuttti'e ut
oukniDiouslv ncct-ptfj nn-1 JupiJ.
K. 0. rmp)n motei thut a noralnHtinn
houlJ require a mj.ititjp of til the ilclegMue.
Arujtion Wasrn I vi curled tti the
oouvo.t':. u proceed to nomiuHte twoond'idtt'ii
for U prf ptnttiTo.
Tin CjutcDtion tten provieJed to ht'.tot fur
two otjdidatet to repremnl Ithkott ooaut; ia
tke uti Lrgiftatgre, it'a the fulluwing re
mit; Cornelius 0 donor 15
l,ubt Cttet U
T. T. Collier 6
rouur Dnte hiiTing rfrii1 m.
j-.-i f 1 1 itll !Ue vom tu(, tie si'.ired
On inminn of V'iium (Jurni,D, tue conu-tir-r.
prooonr i to Si.!-t U.t C4r4iil Xor
Hrg n nuj I'v
i- r rio-1.
Tiie f -;--vC -t ,-.f li I ('. I
i 1 .''-!
L'i ' 4 " i, J i U
li.iUin C(iluU in !, ..:; .- ; n I n ICJj-t-:!t
uf ii.i to jte ci '-a ii.o 4:n t-.ili-t, wi
Cn uiotKiil .Lu M.IUh i r. j ii. 1 1. at at
catJidtie f-T :uu!y Trtaruie, ty aooUioa
t -n motion, J. .'.Tr 'y.i it:i:inati J at
cau Jsdate for cumity Cvuinatunor, by aoc'.a-
in at . in.
Un motion, A. H. biker cnwi iiat i
kt oawJidate for Fr;late Ju .'e, t y aec'.aiaf
ri!-M!n, til 'jljieii':-u Jfvv
).. I I ,
ballot fr f andi S'.t f:r t :.ei .f. tk
fs;U wii g fpu',t
:t st a
.' tihfi McGioii II
Pifjn; Maitu - C t1
f. Q Oucbran J'' 7
I,'a,b I 1
.'i'titi M'U.uu 1ibt;us rre-i'td a i!;.i.'y
t all the voto oael rn t'uv cl ballot, Wat d
o'.trej duly notnicatrd.
Oa motion Jms W . Virt-iti p tomiua
ted 9 candidate for Cjuty Cleric by aco'a
ioatiou. On motion it tde s4 carried, the cuventioa
I rneppid to a! it a County Central Cum mitt ft
for he eut'iin year
The fo'.Uwir.g uaued Ltliaita atrt eleotel
uoh coiauiittte. IT. 0 Lampiun, Sauiuel Uani
Me, Ltniel Dogji!:, A. II. Ii.ker, Villuti
Tilt follow. V reo',iit.oij hi offered by A
V biker and, on ma".'. c. aepio J and a Jep-
A' j"' J, 1-t bir,; fa'.'. .n.aJac iu
ia'.egr.ty. ability, capanty and deuitcrioy
i:fGnorit W, Mason of Hurt county, w do
berehy recomiuecid bim as a t'jitt -It roieou to
support for llilct Atti-rney.
Mr Uates wa here c!'i fr au.i fctia,f
appeared, re'uroed ttanks to the co&tci.iivio
Ilt a:-I l f'.a 'd f:r an I fjuare oil the I'Ut
fnrm of !- puf.y atcide i tout of its iuet ;
h would run aa deioocrat ; if tlotl he
wovi'l fc-tfcleetel aJ a deo;oort ud if de
feated '.' '-feat'd as f lol
-t w itr'tel tie-; tht pr jeee
!..- rf thi c.--,. ti a
p .l-'l .'( l!r.'.'A.
C uit tf-, ly- Ci'Ctr.t:tn adj-rrej
JUUN KAFWlQutK C;
y r.-H .o! r:r .r ) . ,
e f ' r M
K. L iii uniComrCo N T
Pe: titr 1. 1K.9
L r Mir :
I nlftul.i tie g'd if eonifliud ho
!Cuol I, would d rt:t (he eueotlco oftho poopl
Inferenfe ). end the eh.rj. tjn of the 0 nern
roent, opgn tkt bnr-l f red ekine-i ft"1!
Ih Brul n l (),:'!! y.i. it, in i o hir bendn
of In iitni end aoie Iho t.ae ettiu of nn, '
the IoJikQ iiSlr tf tb poilmo. J' r
put pof e i.l mi!irg euoh tteriv.-i:i ft !
iee?e W.". V litoi to ruhn.it a tew
a br'ef Ulemifit of ttTr il fact for - i
i, . r '
ifen pite. I
1 ' at ote In l!tse sre !,sn:nirii ins -,- !
ditijrjv to the rbitt rrrtlfru of uppir ' d i
irai, g thov Lt Ijl bnen kr,,nrn i
tr"! the (jirnft:Lt of toe U. fl. ,-.-.r . i
te.-r.j t, in oJioert id cjtJis.- rilh tt i.vt u '
and CDntue:, nad ta theae Indnue j
are now rn'.ir.j wr apoa those tritre who
ht lntc'7 C'-9 fr the fr-i'tcriim -' 1 1 .
QoTe-nruert i tf'.ic, lecautr the; ,,,..
Died thoss trintion iih the U. S. j
At Niobrnrth wf, tho white ur riMr litiiijr I
in atttie h:.lf milt!-: y, half r,. ', ttui our J
neighbor! the I'onct urn eiipcorif ?d on the 1
eharp polut of Urol at (he tnc.ith of the Ni-j.
trarh river, in n.-tnt and uo';tr(il dread ;
and alarm Ihry bclie?e tat thv art in
great drnirer of being deotroed, ininihiU'e 1, j
by Iba Hru!e ar.d Oga'.a'.la. A tuporior fjree '
of the Bf an j ii now kR:rnmg ILbt. fciJ n,i( inta
a rj eoLtraj'el'ppaoe.
Theo Pioni fell npr-n the Ponran il'ir'is
tbelr lbtt numuir Lnt, killfd fhirlven uf :
mem atoi urote t.',e balance t tieir f Uos tf
thods, m'.nui their unal amount i t l-'fifftU
neat' end hence they are t'ir! destitute if
t'je msatH of nubiBtanco. They ba I . -no
er einoe open the war path tgaitut the Ton.
one, and according to the beat informitieb in
eur po.itioo eUo egainet the white rettliu
of uj.per .N'ebrnka, thii latter will not bo luuok
longer an unsettled quentijo either, for wo at
the mouth of therinr will not be content with
lonfluing our operstionj to thin pnrt of tLe
lley of the Niobwah.
If the (loTernment d. i c not Hptin clear tho
hotdea of ra-oally latagoa from eur tratk and
tho bet-t track to ti e gnid rojiend rf the lilnck
II ills ana io iho 'South Pjj' I :e tlurt
tre ia the LcrthwoBt men enojjU w ho rs in-
tercjtrd in the ' Niobranth It outH" tri ttLfe
upon theniHtiiveit clearing thrir way for unall
w'l an large parlii'a of emigrant.
Thtra Indiiiiie In Id j enlou pesjesBion of
alitt are bllved to bo tba richfrt luinpral
Unlftt of the H-cky Mountainn. Thr-y
j eraiit nowbi'.e moti to ass otur them, they
are; known to bare ,,pi, I.iuttnant Warren
aud party out of thrir district by working
upon tho l.iu f onant.i fenrs or upon hit extra
onlinary tympathiet fur "lo the poor Indian " (
He did uot iU any rate examine tho moot ral
uat le andinterting portlana of tho country,
(at I underttaod the uittcr) wUioli bu wai
tint tn explore.
There csa be co qucnUan about tho laJiniu
the I!.-alo aca OgaUIla &3. ukuikiiig u!yuttbo
anlt'enieati, Tts 'Uido nollleu Uhi s ibiuoy
cl Ihsir familtfa to Uie town fi,r ft eemon.
We il 0 not look for u.ond.-died bore, at Kio
brarah, bocaiue great citation aud forbearance
maik, at they hare always marked tho policy
of the h'iokrariate. lint wbethar aimiUr coun
'ilt will prT'iil j reijard-i the country adja.
(enl aud up t't.n v! y, I tkit.k it will ac t
tak iniiov dr tj j?f.'. that wnBUtiua if tho
lit o.-fi r;i:io.
Vol y J: pje.:'f'!y,
U .V. Bl'.KI.I.T
bu iit-oa by referei.co to anot'.ier cc-1-f.
ii rpKohi'ioii was lusted bv the
J,' iiio.ii iitlij County Conveniion, recommend
nig ileorr V.'. Mmon .if Bui t oounty, as a
amtahlo caodidaln for District Attorney
Vie know Mr. Manon to be a Bound and re
liable democrat ; a man eminently qualified
for the otfiee ; a well read aud practical law
yer; induiitrioui and eucrgetio ; nnd wili
make u j-i-t u-h a district attortiey at it
wiintt-l .a tl.ie weatern country. lie is fully
oM.rariiini ith tho duties of tho office, bating
i-. i ted to tortru s district attorney, in
Steuhenvi'de, ihio . llesiJca thin, bo i? a
poor loan.. Like tniny others, he ban been
unfortunate in his westerr. specuU'ions, and
he uerdt the otfniL'. Wt baa r,o doa'ot but
,Uat Uo will receive the cn'.i o democratic
o'e cf oouj'tr.
(aut'y CoBi Hltcit
It has tildom beoa our fortuoa to attend a
more orderly and leapee table ippfuiin body
of men, lhaa the contention of democratic dei
rgates that ai-eenibled in th city rn Monday
'a't There were noa-ip r.ni; dema(0iu4 m-n
them, co radical theoiibts, co blating poli
tit iant, but men of ttcrlicg worth, iuobtrueita
in manners, irdu.tTio'.i iu habits, aod posai-H- -ed
of four horee eeoMC. lbey were a fur
eauiple of Dakota county Ietnoorai'y ucd the
uitty feel proud of such confertatite citixens.
There wm no wild eutauiiasm displayed I l
a rt!pcctabU tud silent determination to
quietly but effectually clean out Dakota coun
ty of be last teatigt of Black Republicanism
T-ey wtr nearly all fyruiert and htlrrgei '
that ctatit of men w ho icicd their own butinet-r.
They will be board from itsido of tite wevks,
and when they do niakiug Republicanism lu
thie coui.ty will gite up tit phort
lieu. AV in. t. Cr ford.
Our distinguished fellow lnwuan-.au has
moredfrom this city to Council Rintfs, Ij
He leit with bia fituiiiy and faruiture on Ut
Tu"Jy t tctiing. Ho croes'd thoi iterttSiouj
City and went on the e ther :d. W leura
frsaj hiuj that he bat formod law purmerahip
in the B'.uUs, aud will en'er at ecce upon lie
duties wf bio profosnou. Mr Ciaxfoid it a
lawyer of ability aod Lijti fccholattio atraiu-u-'tcts.aed
wuh Um.succee t isd prvapr-
t -'-. : e .' .
aKO. B. ORAFF, KJitor K litprietor.
Halnrdajr jrorwlDR, eptemfrer 10 1850,
HKHorHATIC KU M tli A IIO !l.
' ri.iiT l tbo'.uie,
F -r Territorial Treepunr,
V ir.LtftM W. WVMA.'i.
1 r Territorial Auditor,
."(JBoRT C. JORDAN.
VT. n. HAUVKV.
t Territorial Librarian,
AT.ONZO D. LUCK.
lir Rpjit-ter n-l Uerrrder
': Yi jt-a'f 'o.i.-e
... M .Kh':',
J or CotntniFrii i r
JOHN J. TRACY,
Tor County ClorL
JAM1I3 W. VIRTL'K.
w lire au'liorli'.d ar.il r4iieitti to announce I'm
nin-.a of Hr. J. I), M CnrVKWt f,L, a Candidate to
rpient th Countj of lkota In the roxt Territur!
r:.w.i nno0nr the name of OKOUOKW. POANK,
a l a Candidate for Ditrkl A'.tot nej, of the Third Ju
Our County I'nndldatct.
C"L. B. Eatx of thin plaoo, who headt our
ticket as a Candidal' fur thi legislature, fills
to oreraowiui; the JoUeraomaii leqoisites,
' npno(ty ond Capacity." Re ha been a res
idont of the county nearly three yeare, among
Its first aettlern, and no oao has dnna more
to promote tho interest., and build np the
county thau Col. Rates. He bog aley
utood by tho people and by iJakotii 'citity,
and t o opportunity lias p'i:wd that be rjog;
uteJ to do good for thoir beneif. He ih ful
ly eapable t ) diHcharge tho duties of repre.
eon'ittite, and will ra.ike i jet enoh a rep r a
pnta'.ito as wo ehoulJ hate at Omaha.
CaiI- C. O'Cotkok of . John's, is our
r-tbnr C:inJnlt:l for th.: l.'.jn'uixtrt. He ton,
-nine to tbo county b.1 on etrly day, and hi
iwiiye boen a fuat and triod friend of this
part of Nebraska. Ho iu permanently loca
ted in the county nnd is not with us to day
and away to morrow. Understanding the
truo source of wealth in this county, be baa
gone to woi's industriouHly, an l in tha right
way to make him a home, t y opening hiru up
a farm, and be bow hat one of the fiuebl
farms on F.Ik Creek, that ho ban trokeu, im
proved and cultitated with his own bauds. lit
is emphatically, ouo of the people. There in
uo can in tbo county bettor ojiulitW to rep-
it uut it in the Li-ihUti:
he is. Well
ijj-iea'ed, pnsse.iung fo'iui j'llgment and
discretion, iuduMtrious and Lusinest habits,
ho is just tins loan for tho piaco.
With such men aa Rates nud O'Connor to
represent Dukota county, shu will bo rcpre
sentod as she rcr has I t en before, and to
the entire petiefaction an I credit of her
Via L. Califs. KAN, t'lndn-f .fior B'torder,
is a young man of good bu-iP8 qua'.iSoa
(iens, a goo 1 penman, nnd eminently suited
for tbo plnce. H will lunke us :t faithful,
omnipotent nud h"neFit otricer.
7.1 B L Mim.sok, L'avJiJule 'or County 7rcis
unr, is on old settler nud well l.r.own to U
our oitiseus. No better man could bave been
eeleoted fcr the position. He ii n plain hon
est farmer, and will see that the money of the
oounty is not squitndeicd or wasted, and thij
's importfint, fr during his term cf office, he
willbata considerable of the people's inoney
to handle, and take cure of.
Jit.i J. Ti( T, Cj'vi.Jut -r Co-i'ity ?o-nii-j'i
ri-r, was nominated because bo hold ihe
office before, and was krown to bo a coaipe-t.-r.r
riTl. ii.t n-.nl an UDribt eftijer. it man
j nth,; knew (lie wnti'e of the county, nho w
fully n il v i taut v.iathe county busineait,
and in whom Oif pe pie Lata the utruoat and
en'ii'e oiiiitid"ii :e
I I! RiKH, r.iui.i't or l'r hi;, Jidjt,
w.ll muk" tl.'fd-ratc ollicer. I.ika ull uur
; n'liiiint'v, he lri ar .ld resolont, known toonr
j p'.f, and kni"-i ta be a go:-d man, tre'.i
ipiu'.ftj 1 to- tl ; ".-I'lon
JuH.Mo'ilx, C:n.;j:r fir S.'i-.-r- A'i
the dot t a ShernT are extremely unpleiis-
nt To iuft.rin a person by a suo'.rnora tbit
l be has t een t-ue I l.ecau'e he was unable, or
unwilling to pxy ; to serto an execution; to
I sine aud sell a uinu's property; te arrist a
I criminal; and to execute tho bcrereut penalty
' known to the law the tsk-.i.,; the life of a
j contiot aha bee been oondomuod to death, to j
! perform these aod othor duties of the Sheri'f i I
1 otto tare unplessaot indeed, both for the cfii- j
oer and these who are unf jrtur.ate enough to J
hate anything to do with him It it therefore, j
' essential that a Sheriff should be kind and
polite, and unite them tub good 1,uj:lss j
qaahflcatioos. Our nominee cuibiatd thue
u.j Jit-itts in an emtuen: dtree.
J.tiil.t W. VlBTl't, Cr.J.,k:t for County
CUrk. Etry Lody kcows "Jio.,"ani that
it would b ta:; soaibld ia tLis or ry Cher
tf - i C ,-.. '. t f
&oe eo well ae It doe, lit baa been elected
once befort anil trill be again.
Ktery n an on tnttieket la a therough reli
able democrat, aadj Wt ohalieng the opposi
tion to nominate on half ai good. R" Ant e
Iht nfhl men for tt riji pfoci Tby are
equally distributed oter the) connty, and they
will be eleoted by to large a mnjtrlty, that It
will foreter crush out opposition ta tho Dem
ocratic party U Dakota county.
Tha Illarnejr Ptcue,
An Irish legend has an eccotat of a otooe
that formerly exieted in Ireland, powcescl of
the wonderful properties cf Imparting a fooun
lit of language, to tboe who would lick their
tongnea to it. Whether it eter Lad tny ei
isteuce or not, or whichtr it posiested all tho
towers ascribtd to it, is nothing to our pres
ent purpose Su-Tice it for n, wt know thai
a L.thit exists among the natitet cf that
"Isle, of tbo Ocean," of being extrattgnntly
flattering at times, and -,i cirtgj etch a power of
faoiaation, both iu lstigunge and demeanor,
as to hold will.r.g enptiro the eager ear of the
listner. What can Le mora amusingly pro
voking Ih in the cool as'urauee, the pltasaot
presumption with which a " broth of a boy "
alutes a fair anquaiutance t
"The top ut tho nioruin' to yoa, Mrs.
O'Flagherty ; jour look art ohartnin'; the
bloom en your cheeks surpass tht fairest rose
in tha garden; and tho brightnt6s of your
eyes tan only bo excelled by the goodness of
With them that kind of talk it, not inap-
propriateiy, oailed 'blarney," and tbope who
j make use cf it are said to hatt " rubbed their
i tongues to tht Blarney Stone." It la " blar
! ney" when delitered by an Irishman, but un
accompanied by the "brogue" it loosee its
charms, and is merely a tery floe oomplimeul.
Who can resist the impulse of humor in tht
wild quaintoeds cf a Milesian intitntion, to
"Come out and fight, for fun jistt" Wa
might cite innumerable instances from those
high in authority, of the efficacy of blaraey
wo Rieaa Irish blarney, genuine blarney
but wo hatt no idea f giving that class of
our readers the benefit of this articlt.
The object in tiew is to rail attention to a
another kind of blarney, a blarney that has
nous of tho (Aris ing pleasantries tf an Irish
man's, and instead of being extracted from a
stone is obtained from an ism. We refer io
Republican blarney, Abolition blarney, with
which the ears of tbo publio hate been filled
for a few yeart past. It it chittly intectite,
denunclatitos, mireprtttutations, slander,
abate, etc., and has been found to work well,
ia oertaln localities. The class of men wht
hate rubbed their tongues to this new blar
ney stone, ar restless spirits, uneasy seme
times unscrupulous politicians, hypocritical
philanthropists, and saoctimeuiou fanatics.
A lata writer describes them at hating htads
resmbling In shape, Intertel coffee-pots.
Tha anbjoct-matttr of all their blarneying,
whilo out of power, it " Slattry " and "Cor
ruption," but when thoy get the reint iu their
hands, tbey loose sight of these cnormititt
and their rapacious atarioe knows no bounds.
A an insures, ouo of that olass, a man nam.
td Mittoseon, was eent to Congress from a
district in tht interior of New York, and be
came to soandalouely corrupt in receiving j
bribes and publioly soiling his tote to tht
r ' " I
highest bidder, that he had to be pubiol
' v '
ineu uy mo uuuss oi noiiroseniaiiTes. it
blarneyings about slavery elected him, and
reflected tery little credit on tht good taste
or good judgment of his constituents. Du
ring the last Presidential campaign, a large
number of uaturaiixed oititens were blarneyed
into the support of the Republican caodidate.
None were :o latish of them at the time, at
Ntw England Abolitionists. But mark the
cbanut! Lai-t winter these cegre-loving
bUrneyites, these honey-worded Republicans,
concluded thoy would show to the world their
hypoerisy, by legislating o gainst thw whitt
man, proventiug those who become cilitens of
the United States, from ej;eroiing tb eltot
ite franchise until two years af'trward
What do Nebraska Republicans think of this
"intidious distinction bttwoen native-born
and naturalitod citixens?" We do uot pause
for a reply. Iu the F.ebublican Stale ef
Iowa juat across the ritcr the peotle were
blarneyed into the belief, a few ytart ago,
that it would be for thair interest to makt a
change. At that time tht goteramtnt wat
in the hands cf the Democrats, aod they had
a provision in tht constitution limltiag tht
state debt to 4.00,000 A preity large figure!
No eonr had tbe Republican got bold of
ihe reins cf gcrernment than they ctmmtnced
a career of pablio pillage, that can flsd ao
- !!! n.'ia ablo of the coniiutred previnctt
of India, and ntidin,; the Etato debt limtta
tino ia Its r vi.;, they took another rub at
lkis'ono, and turci cded io remoting thit objection-
la is stead they placed a limita
tion cf $2ft0,0r.D. But judge of their capacity
to pluniltr when, iu less than two years, they
hate not only filled the bill, but hate $46,
Oil") staring them ont of ceuntetanoe, that
was provided fcr under no cirenmttanett
t :0J, 000 is a Hurtling figure for lubricating
the gearioga f goternmtct in that state for
lets than two years. It is all owitg te blar
ney I A similar carter of state robbery mask
ed their establishment and oontinuanoe in
power ia the states of Wisconsin aud Michi
gan. Tbe radical changes made in the laws
show that tbey hatt legislated for aud against
tht tatut thing, until Ihe laws bate beta to
shockingly mutilated, and assume toeh a oon-Vomeral-'
appeaianct tbat it is tery diffloult
for a wise man to find anything in theaa tbat
he wants. Abolition oupidity knows no bound,
and is equally williug to rob a state or kidnap
a negro in Ci rgo or Senegambia, and in vio
lation of hit country's law and the diotates tf
kamani'y. cmiic-la bim to the shores of the
auth and tl.ei e tell him into that bondage
tbey blarney so u-ucb about, for what ready
cab he will brie; To ehow cur rtadtr tha-
UV "! t Jn r : t'l "ekKA-.t
from a oi reoponueLt i f -b OiUnd 1'liin
dtnlrr, writing from Wacbington, Aug. 16.
1 M b n ta. to,l In
fu vni, mri' mh- ."
difidunl who alll purcha-e Africans when
brought in by tho Yankee slave traders, (for
most cf them nro t ankee Weak KepuMicans ;
The prices of Hates in the South, ranee from
$1,000 o 1,80) and when these Yankees
smutgle in their kidnaped Cong", and r.Vei
them for two hundred didlars spieoe, the ttmpt
ation to buy is irresi.-tihlo. Ilism appeal to
atarict aud cupidity w bloc is too strong for
poor human nature.
This is a fenturs of th stare trade qot-ttion
which should be pressed heme upon tha Eliok
Popeblioana. Waters are fitted out in north
ern ports, thoy no tn Afioa, eteal negrots,
carry them to the south, pooket tba money
fortbom, and return home at good Abolition
uts a eter. This ia do tagoe charge. It it
literally tm. Many of the men who do this
ttry thing are inch fanaties that they wouls,
if they aould, ar.d in tome caes do steal
sonthrrn slates, carry tbtia North, eel tberw
at " liberty," aul let then ttarte to death.
Tbe detectable tribe in this territory, in the
face of facts that can not bo controterted,
Lad tbe assurance to blarney a plank into
their platform holding the administration re
sponsible, fer the open prosecution of this ne
farious trtffick, by their Abolition brethren.
When the laws are attempted to be enforced
against negroc-etealere, aa In Ohio for in
stance, then Republicans deolare it to be an
imperatite duty of llitir members, to re.-ist
the officers and, if ceoeuary, ta shoot them
down. We mightindulga in a notice of their
blarneying about Kansas, but we are tired
of her aAViri, and since Mrs- Nichols rnbbcd
her tongue to the blarney stone, and harangued
a contention of Republicans with such effect,
that they instantaneously proclaimed the
sexes equal, by allowing women to Tote, we
will pass her by in disgust.
lu thit territory, they have blarneyed a
quiet, inoffensive, silly citizen of N'emaha Co.,
until they induced bim to make an ass of him
self. Acoording to the programme laid down
for him, be is to rub his tongue to the Um
if ha has not already done so aod tear
through the country like a lunatic, from south
to north and vice vena. We could stand their
state rtbbories, their " intidious distinction,"
their traffic in lite Senagamblnns, their oppo
sition to law and order, ( Fif Obcrlin,) but
we ean not stand this imposition on poor ba
nian flesh and blood ! Mr. Daily has our
heart felt sympathy, in his meteor-like ca
reer. He went up a rooket, he will come
down a stick. We are glad he is coming, as
tbe people up this way hate such a curiosity
to Bee a specimen of political abberntioo, that
had he not kindly volunteered to pny them a
visit, we fear they would hate taken it into
their beads to intada the sanctity of bis
home. They mein no harm howeter, and the
worst he need fear is their toting dead against
him at the election. Tbo trip will do bim
good, as it will show bim how uinch " higher
than n kite " he is, and how far he will hate
to fall in October.
The Republican Party In Nabratk
111 farnr ofWIltt Cat IlitHlcs.
RttolriJ, That w are irreconcilably oppos
ed to tho incorporation of lUoksorof Bunking
institutions, or to the creati on of an unlimited
Territorial or stnto debt.
The ahovo is ono of tho re-tnlutionn in the
rietf im of lh Democratic party, as enuocia
ted by us couvcntiou at rlatt.mouth. It
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be "tea that one of the cardinal principle
the party in the territory, is hostility to Benki
and th burlhoning cur young and prosperous
territory with in unlimited debt, lo hang oter
it like a mighty inoubus, crushing out all itt
energies and prosperity.
How different in comparison is the action of
tha orowd of men that assembled at Belletiue
under the nameof a "Republican contention,"
not one word is said by them in opposition te
Wild Cat or any other kind of Sanks.or to U
amoant of the state debt.
It is well known that the opposition party
bare always been in favor of Banks. But we
had nu idea, that the, broken down gambling
a-uiiiioi-n, wild cat bankowners, bankrupts of
the states, and uusoupulous speculators who
composed the Cellatue oonteotlon would hate
the effrontery to thus countenance Banks and
ttate doht, by not declaring their their oppos
ition to them., Ilot tb reaton i ebtioas,
tbey art nesrly all reckless fortune setktrs
and tht objeet with them is public plunder,
and money, and if they should suoceed ia ob
taining power, their state offioers would com
mence at once to rob and plunder, after the
paittrn set them ia Iowa, and in a few art
Nebraska would bate a state debt tbat would
take years to cancel, a Wild eat Bank would b
established in every tewn, and the country
fl iodtd with worthless paper in tbe shape of
bank nuts, which would only be good and be
redeemed a sufficient length of time te gt
tnongh out to make it an object to fail.
Look for an instance at the history and facts
of Banking in Nebraska. At the first sessian
of the Legis'aure, the Western Exchange Batk
was iaeorporattd, which wout into operation
in the winter of 18o5-6. The Nemaha Valiey
Bauk of Nebraska, and Platte Valley, wsre
incorporated, in tht winter of 1856-7. Tht
Banks of Desoto, Tekama and Fontcne'.le wsre
ohartered tn I all were in full tide of operatien
in the spring an sumruerjof 1857. The ooun-
try was aotutlly deluged with tbe paptr of
them Banks. In the following fall and winter
tht crash came. First went the teterB Ei
change and the balanoe soon came tul-hlinf
after. Hundreds were mad banarujt by
there failures, and swindles, and eterynoe ia
the country euffored more or less, andt th't
mors than to any other ftot are we itJebttd
for the present bard times in Nebraskt
Tbo following is about the amount ihe p
pie hate been swindled out of, by thti; tetertl
Institutions tbat rail e a, as near as r taoji
bt ascertained :
Western Exchange Bank,
M.ikipg t Land-tme totnl to iwlrdlo t
people rut of in the short epace of or e i ,'.'
Such operfctinim would bankrupt tut im , '
Ish any people, .r! yet Judging the K-p..v.,0
an party as they r.M-n to judge ours by t:u r"
aots, they are io fa-or of t!ic.e who!c i
It 1 a well established fact, that one of th
great file lesdera tf the Republican party was
engaged in the TeUma Dwindle, and out cf i;
made tbe money tbat in the Cr-t place, pur
chased the office cf the ".Ve&'asA-a .,TJ.V'-,n
the organ of this party in the Territory, aod es
tablished it at Omaha.
It has einoe passed into other hands, hQt
it had not been for the Tpkuma Rank and id
Robberies of the people, it is probable that .he
party would not at this day hate an orgsa t,
adtoeate its principles.
It is by such merns alone that , t...i.
lican party is teg up and elite Will ths
people snpponsjld sustain it f They will not!
And thoy will tramp tiie teal ef condemoatitri
on it to firmly ,Vu th 11th ef October, tbat
it will bt wiped out ot Nehnska foreter.
On Monday night last, notices for to " In
dependent County Contention," wert posted
op arooud the City, culling tagctLur "All Vo
ters of Dakota oocsfy, who are opposed to
Feleral dictation and the obuse of public
trusts, and official patronage, and position In
the affairs of the General Uoternment or Ter
ritory for the purpose of adtancing tbe polit
ical or pecuniary euds of social fatoiite, and
who are in fafor of promoting mtn to oflioo
on account cf tbeir hokisty and CutirsTesct,
without regard to their atiacbnieat to or otu
ncrtion with any purtcuUr tame, clique, lo
ool prejodioe or iiitorest."
This call, compribttig tbe moat difficult
words io Webster's Unabridged, aud btrung
together in this masterly etyle, was tbe ctf
epriog of one brain, oud that brain a Repub
lican's. The same individual bad tbe bills
printtd and circulated, and Le, together with
his republic&u friends, think theycsofotl
some democrats to their suppoit. White it is
claimed that tbey are opposed to "official pat
ronage, " tho whole movement is gottso r
for that one purpose alona. They want niSe
and"o5olal patronage." Tbeir maatis cf
living depend on it It is not democrats that
want ofiico, it is republicans, i.u 1 they know
full woll that they are in a minority, lars!,
in the county, and that unlei they cau obtain
th support of democrats, they will "of nocea
eity," be opposed to "official patrnsg' " -There
is no way possiMo for them to get f e
but by democratic tot?, and if they expei i t
get them they are as much felled at they "i.
teud to fool ileweciaiB. The party in ti.ia
ctuuty were ntver mote united than Dow,
oould uot possibly be more so. All diffnee
ces and distentions if any eiiated are ht.'i
ed and entirely foi gotten, and all are to wvik
xealouely for our nominees.
Democrats aro not to be beguiled into the
support of republicans by any such "cUp
trap " as Independent Contentions. Thi
dodge has been too often tried, end is top
pureat, etcn wleu the call is couched in au' li
long, stringy, teiselctt sentenced, and witn
such high-sounding words. This bait will not
t.tko, and Ihoy will rind that thry sau not djsw
democratic etrer.gih. Wo warn all democrats
that this is nothir.g but a republican conven
tion, aud unless they want ta support iej.i
iiettn meu and nieasurts, thoy m..Ht cot sup
po:t ita nominees. And if, ia the lso,' a
of tht call, you in in fitvjr rf pr --noting
men to office on acoount of their . , cj.l
eonifctmry, the nominees of this Ind: ptn J-ii-t,
Republican CoutenUon, tr ill it: bo th amu
for you to st pport, for lienei'y and tomytttnci
will be a stranger tn them, as it is a stranger
in the republican camp. Homtty and tvu.p,
lenv doe tit dwelt umong them, thoy dj uot
know them, an I Jv-i ui.kht ss well expect
"good to (otue out tf Naxaretli," as bvnesty
and oosipOcnoy to oome out of an ludepcnd
eut Ropukiic&n Contention.
Wuccr-siJt. Tha following ia a oiinplst!
list of the candidates on the S'a't- ticker re
cently ncm'malod by the Democratic Ootmu
tionin Wisoonein :
Governor Harrison C. Hobart,
Lieutenant GoternorH, S. I'almtr,
Secretary of State n. Balden,
Treasurer L. Silverman,
Atorney General Bamnel Crawford,
Bait Comptroller Joseph Squires,
Stste Prieon Commiesioner 8. C. Draper,
If (he Democracy of Wisconsin do not elect
this ticlet they ought to be killed. Wt know
Uabart, know Palmer, know tbe rest of them
and wilt challenge the eutire west to produce
a better sounder or stronger ticket. Hon'
and ospability, are promicent qualities in thcra
all, and it would do us a mora good to see that
t aket make a olean sweep than any thing we
know of. We d not want thuin to encceed
by the skin of tlitir teeth, wo wcnld like
them to lay aside their faction iuarrels and
aauooncs to the world next November thot
the Badger State has g.iue ICD.ocraiii by at
least 6,000 aii jo.-i'.y.
The Repul licaa aorainee for Coneress, M;-
Daily made t l.t'le erctch in Ibis oity ou
Thursday, on hi j way down to bis home -
Nemaha county. He said the Republicans,
were entirely Lan.iouious and free from
s k i s-M S. iVtijj.ra ci'y eu$.
That'sit! "Skisms" is tbe word! I1"-1''
knew what ho was talkiun about, then to
lightning the becightod in Nebraska city
We are obliged to him for th coinage of tl.
term. "Skisms" ean not be found in We! -ster's
Unabridged cor ucitbci cau a woij
more appropriate for the political conglom:
ate of which he is a one-horse espouant.
He will eotortain the ''ekisms" of this
placeon next Monday. Hurra fur " skisnat - '
JAMES W. VIRTUE,
IASD AQrvriXD XOTART Flbi:
Takota Ctty, 5. T.
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