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Cwnr, nr.it other. I r hep.
lit de'lntd It i!i-t mlnt'lit
rf to Opf ruliion are entangled llfiri, Hod
('fur I prrs t.i be the "il.v mnn who can
r on! iu enough of I '.I'm tOHstlier ti make a
r er '!)! !( In the Convention- Iliitc
rition aM lit p"litlo! belief are woil known.
Iff tttee ri-"t'"l that, between the North a-ii
the South, en irrrprea-iitl conflict i'xi?t,
wMili rn ii t eetitinu nd inereria until the
1 niin in rnmpied cither wbn'ly cf fr, or
rloMy "'slave states. Heplsce tl.o North
ntd th 8 nth In direct ants g inifm, and t
l.tvtitl.tt ( or tht other mit la tht end,
I f'rcnttih. l.miaian sugar m l Georgia cotton
i lott be produced by tree labor, or slavery
"ill somtim ewallow n New Fnglaod. with
liir manufactories Pennsylvania, with her
Iran andonal, find tlhie and tlie'Vrtst W-t,
vitli their rich agricultural products. He
ps no ruble for th South, litis wiiilng
i3 MTifie everything e ten tht Vnion to
(7sin hie ends He acknowledges no miM
,-rmnd. lie boldly declares that the frft ir
titutlrp of our country, and African slavery
i nnot exist ia the seme govern rrent, nnd
! Tom entire n t uocofniitiot.! !HritMjition,
l y fuir tntne, if possihle, foroil'lt if itrsnnct
I e done i"K7 other wy. lo ttfrct, ht Wuie
the ri.?ht of each ett'e to ntlie Its own lw,
direct ite own dr,inotie inttitutimit,
protided t"f tl't CVntitition of tht I sited
,"it If he. or hrif ent like him ie elect I,
effie-kiont upon the rifcht of soTere i jn Sltei
m II : oore he onu.ienoed. . Hie euectM will
he eijiiikl for inrerd end rtti'iUHl ruin. The
i ..ofllutiou will he dieri purled, and tlie r:.)i(:t
tn cnnttdl their own Inetitutlons will be dunh' I
to Hit tiuteg. Iho Anti-f'1try element will
he made tn pervade ftety deprtifnt tf the
poreromerl fmm Iho Huprelnt Otirt clown.
J.ewt will ht altered to euit the politionl vlewt
efthepftrly. I'onjcrct will bt empowered to
intrrfere in lb ti-rriiiwiue. The ITuiou will
I e weakened, end ptirbapi uieserred. Upon
enoh Inure i. Ihtee, tho Hepuhllcan party,
with "ewurd at their btrad. end hie Roobthter
rpec oh for their political lead hook, will en
rieaver to conduct the next aipaiK On luoh
a p.latfrm, they cannot carry half do.cn
ttatei In the L'uion. Th Lemocratio element
of the ooantry tht lev of unim and eoooerd
will defeat all enoh unholy oheina. With
Mr. l'oulae, the Oni-titution au ther i?hte of
the pecpie under it, the lemoc!iacy n.ay go
Into the couirt-t urc oftuoatet.
r.Ki.i- IT BEKOKE T11K l'EOPI.K:
Ti.et I'.'-j ublionn Mpiul-rrfl cf Conpr.. to
tf & uitiht tht admission of On gon ft m a fret
Al rlral f 111 Kx iree from t he Mint
INDIAN OUTRAGES. "
LiAvikwotmi Sep. P.
l.enrer City Jaltl to the 2d lnfU Itilt
ii rr hrlti(t nearly three thoue.nd dollar
ia dust. Quit a nuiiiher of prepotiin par
tits hate returned from th Sulh l latt dift
hinva duriaft thtlait fw day, aid although
U"t denjinp th ilteuce of (told In that region
ity d.Ly tli practicability of tuvoful
txtereiv lediu outras bar tca report
ed t'y them. The crcae of many tuulen nnd
heree. piers 1 Vy bull'. and arrow, bare
bn f'ind, th owner of whioli ar suppoced
t hart t c murdurtd and thvir hodie con
t ald. The prprtatore of tht slaughter are
i.-mhrif the Utah tribe.
On tbeerenlcg of the of the 26th, a Germau
hutehr, of th nam of Frederick Millry,
formerly tf Chioego, was fatally etahbsd it
A or aria by a outitryman, a barber by the
name of Phillip Sehwergshart, formerly of
Qtiney, Illinoia. Tht aflray tooV pUoe tn a
bar-room and jealouey it aeaigaad ae ite
Immediate oaue. Mllley reaelfed thtrteen
ntalu, end died, after Intenee uttrln(r, on tb
itooa t day. 8i)kwrf rhart flrat eudeaeored
to neape '.h couutry, but Sually returned,
anS li now Lavinjt a iirelimlnnry trial befute
a .Hetice of the peace.
Heery thuutler etorui hnv prcruiled
during Ihfjifooenllug week ; stroke of linht
nieg did cmpi l;rble dumegB in Denver
Th fiiet horee rae took pleee on t)e "JCth
l.ietant, a ehort dietanoe from I'enver City,
aad wa largely attended by Hi oitUim.
tin the evoninjf of the piorediin( Tri ly
a Urge and tiithudistio Mrrting was held t
tht l)uver Kou, John H. Jont'H, the prr.erel
luptrictendeut of th Eiprese Co., pretidod.
Many epeech wer made, aula oominlttce
appolntn l to prepare uieiaorl.ile to tho l'refi
rientofthe Dntted rttatee aud Congress, in
which the preeent coudilina of th gold rt
filoc i to bt davoihtd iu detail, and the
want of their iuhehituiiU exprenet'd. An
ludlan ifeney, a military poit, a wagon road
from J)euvr t'lty to alt Luke City, will he
taaluly prayt far. Henlutiou approving
f th tue,iy and uterjiric diplyd hy the
Jxpree O, wrt paeed.
That npuUicn iiicnit en of Congress ve
nd against th t!rieii'U tf Miiuiesot as a
Fr Mute !
Uell llernt-litviil Lives I.t.
Nw Vokk, Sept. C.
Tk Uarmonie ilitel at Iiohokeu wt dos
Irwjed by tre to diij. Mr. taeee, the propii
Ur, and thre of hi daughter pel ihi 1 iu th
iiHoise. Mr. Bat was never'.y injured by
leaping frees a window- Th aldest daughter
i leo leaped f rota a window, but ana caught
by a r. '.tiling lu bU ura. Thi peiecn
vtes on a ladder eudeavoring to eiet th
iouii.tfo of the building to escape.
Gold m Mm.iot'Rt. The Alexandria I'r'i
ravt u pie. e of quai li, very rich with gold ha
leci'Utly been fiiuud near Waterloo, Clark
county. Th' is als gold bearing Hand iu
honth-rait Miiwmi, that will pay 1 to $2
a day for washing, we aie Im'oiuied. It lenot
n dej ' drive from Irontoii, hut w are not at
liberty to lanke public the location. The Bt.
Beuia New received a letter fioiu a tuheoriher
in Texas toat.v, rtatii.g that g' Id had been
found ther iu tonldrah'.a imautitieu.
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'.;-. i!' 1'itTHS. A Chicago paper under
th hci'iiiig f 'Births,' tunouncee "Ou 2Dih
Vim the w.r or Oeorpe Tinker, J'.n , of a
'tmu female Tinker ; the lady of Hon. Jam,,
f "enaon of a pair of vmall Camion tbe wife of
fai l Jo'l Uarttif a little ewtel-Hart hi. 1
lh wife of Geo. W. Bull of a f.mals l'.ull I"
k Jw WnrT A new wheut is noticed as
ir.-ewing iu Yirgiu!, PM'fd the Boughleu
7 beat which rij -in,two tji ek. earlier thai t.io
b.,at u.ually grown luthl. vicii.ity. lh
H'Krcftkti An.rie.n Fariaer, .alttmore, Md.
,v"it erlv quality l uudoubted. ..ii
JJll wa..Utcd it VK'uMJ !. o cut the
)st irtta lo ' "
ilrfiriMi inlnm t ItM Krvll-
" V' -t.-i'i Y: w II r t !,.,; fru':."
' F TV - 1 trt l i!i,(:i f r. c i f.-.
" A tw.rril t tf t rill . h f r;l, It fr ..;! "
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P c 1 1 1 I Allltj.UHlt1ll
.1 II , . i i r 'i; i'V i. n't 'I -V.,
One dey Ut wck a e;rj pir.g e! ,--rf tni a
Hue locikii.g, Vffll dre.4 white wn.iian, eitne
twenty tws yeet of e pne e 1 thrMijr.ii thl
piece in rotrpanT. at h oarrj log a car j tt jk
TLey ca'Ifd at Mr. ftein'i a tni'.e or lei
emiih ef lewn, fir vine brrsJ, ri,hi.
giveathem The woaeu twrk it ax I wM;pvl
It up ia a c py f the Arktahuia Pi aLuv!
whii k eh liJ with her. Mrt. Oowen tttade
eomein juiry of the weruan ae to where hf
w from and whilkcr l.tund, but ceuij gft r.o
eatiefaetion f. 'in hrr.
(n the next day a ye'isg man, the I rr.:!.rr
of th young It !j. cime aii.ng ia i.h cf
the preoiou eoup'i. We learned f:o:n hm
that the nipger n a fugitive eiavefrm T. n
vtn't, that he arrived in JeUer'a At'ituh-iU
ci'Utitr, eom two year ago. H hud hctn
pcttid by the ebnlitina fanatic ef that luwn
and the father T tke anfor'.unate girlhai
made hie houeo the home of the darkey, nni
taught hi thildren tk doctrine of tie
R'ptihlican party cf th lteivrra, ifarvt no
diliuc t:on ihoel l b mad on r.ccnant cf ooier
is I that tht nvgro ii enf.tlsd to ail the
civil and political rlgkt.1 enjoyed by a white
I'" ler thre tcaohirg the girl, hn herelo
foi hnrne a gno l eliaraoter, became ititiointe
withthi iilpucr, an I an el'ipruent was the
roult or that intimacy The young ninn ;
threatoiied tLe life of th li i tf g r If he ihou'.d !
eucceed in cntjljin Li in. The ditching ueual-!
ly coniee It I'ti e the kliiieg. Hn waj j urticu- j
lmly eever ou Caffy. and leteutHeme pratty
tig out). about hi always voting tht Hepek
lica.ii ticket and (tanding up for black tuen,
&ud hkS wctc-ruiiiaatiun tv d h that party
for the balsact cf hitaatural lift. Uultum
(O.) fur mrt,
Ciiaiment are UBnereeary wt oloee with
another quotation from tht Ortat Teacher.
'Kvr trn.lLt trlnlli not f rtli f'i,U ult i Ltru
iIm. n en J mat Into tliu
' JiYIIlKtR FKt'IT SHALL YK KNOW TltKU."
A una A rreated fur a anurtler Comiult
trrt K1tm reare a(a
On Saturday laet, William Edward, of Ray
t&ond, wa arrented for the alleged murder of'
a female named Barah J. Verril, aheut tleven I
yearetgo. Th ncenstd at that timt rteided
in that tewn, and Kdward Is said to hav hen
tamiliar with her. Uue morning both of them
were mining, l.dwarde bad been teen with
the girl on the previou evening lit return
te hi family in iihnut four weeVe, but donied
all knowledge ef the girl, and ah bus never
been beard of elune.
Lent week Joahu&E Jwarde, a brother cf the
aoou"J, made a onnfemiion, stating ha aud
William murdore 1 the girl by tying or ohain
lug her on to a pile of hruth aud netting fire
to It, and burning her alive. Upon this con
fession William wa arrested, and th cure
will come oil' for examination before Thome.
Johnson, F:q., ia New (llouoe(r, on Wednee
dny Hon John J. Berry and Charle W.
Ooddard have been employed mi oouneel fur
the Boomed. We pre-mme Mr. Butler County
Attorney, will attend the examination on the
pnrt of the elate. I'vrtland Aritut.
KKBI IT BI1FORK THIl I'L'OrLK!
That the Republican paseod a law Uit win
ter, in tho state of MPMachuett, compol
foreigners to remain iu the country seveu
year hfur theycn vote!
I'jit timt Ly (i fatt A'j7- It is reaordca1, In
the latent annal' of the turf, tht Klura Tem
ple, the celebrated racer, who with her equally
celebrated ocmpetltor, BrincenH, pneeed
through otr city on nor way Went ward, on
Monday, made the tntent time known uu
Sunday bight, having accomplished theHlinont
intredililo feat of running a mile on the trick
in one minut and thirteen teoondn Thin
verne aatoniuhing, but it is iievurthaUi true,
as w havo our information from aoonnuctor
on tht l'eims) Ivauia Railroad, by which elm
was brought hoV, who actually eaw th feat
performed, end timed nor by bin chronometer.
MOK1C KHAl l
Th e litottof th itj'iiblii-nn In this city,
brought vrith them acveral thousand euvelo
pee, with tht frank of Hon. K R. Hptuldlng.
member of Congres from the Buffalo district
New York, and while Hpauldiug 1 more than
fifteen hundred milts distaat, have repeated
ly attempted to load down our mail with
Black Republican documents, rnolosed in those
franked ravslopea. Mr- Hitohoook, another
bright ihiulng light in the Repnhlican party,
and at preent a oandidat for District Attor
ney, ha also barn busily engaged In seudiog
off Black Brpuhlioan document for eleotloa
eering purposes in this Territory, franked by
the liou. John Ccvode, M. C. from l'etuuyl
That speaks for itself The editor of
the ftyuUican, and liv Hilhcook, ooioiaenoid
oa rather a larger soule than Daiiy. He un
lertook to operate on fifteen dollare. That t
right A'eliruthiai ; fxpos the rascals, and
whu they cry " fraud " tell th op!e to otap
heir h&nds rn their pocket and Keep a sharp j
l u x out. What mey win uot ao in ibe way
of defrauding the Government is not worth
Missisciin. Tht following is the Oppe
titiou ticket In Mieisnlppl :
For Governor II. W. Walter ef Marshall,
For Hecietury tf State U. H. Southworlh
of Huiiflowf r-
For Auditor of Bublio Aocountt A. Ii.
Beyueld of Tisheiuingo.
For Treaaurer Jeneph Began of Clailorn.
Bc" 1r- I'ttU Bait Owen, now engug d in
tht gcologicnl survey of Arkansas, hue pnh
lishcd a letter In whiuh h states that dia
monds wny be found in that state.
Th whole lUpublioaa tlokt U !e -td
Iu 21 town th tot stand : for Governor
Hail, 5,22o; Saxe, 2, o7 Republican major
ity. 2,650. Last year tl rteult iu th earn
towu was a follow : Hall, i.Wl ; Keye,
In UO town the Itipublican have e'.eoted
hi ef thtir ruudidatea egainat K Heme jrutti,
aud tn no choice. Last year th earn
towns elected 1J Republican and 10 Demo
crat. The Tt. Monroe, jr , ll. editor of th I ex
1 lgl iu S'j'ri"uin, in to tie Se.relsrv to -iAv-
GEO D CRttf, RJ.t r A I i;,r,iut
alwrrSay Meralng, Irwlembcr Wt till.
lltltlll nil It' NOHIMAl l'.llM.
ttr I'UM.ir ie rittii,
Y-.t T. rri'rit Trn'..rr,
V.! I, I.I AM W. ffiMAN.
f.ir Trritorial Auditor,
KOI5KRT C. JORDAX.
'r Terriioriil CnmLn'ni'.caer,
T. H HiKTZV.
I ur Tri!toiiI uibrMiaa,
AL(ii') I). Luci;.
For Pepref iiit;ve
BAUSABAS B ATKfl'
for l'.ej;;etr m d Recorder
For Pri.it Judge
A. H. BAKER,
JOHN J. TRACY,
For County Cieik
JAMES W. VIRTUU.
YTt r mthcrii'! b 1 rjuf to iiiiun- !ie
iinrat rf Dr. J. D, M. CRiiCKWKLt. a Ca tl.UU to
rprent th Count of Dkot la th rt Terrlt' rt
j titMt ,UBr,UBP, u,. )M rf iieuik.k w ivank
! ,, , can,1IJi.t. r.r Mtrlct Attorney, of thTlilrda
j urttX Pttrlct
General E. Bitahrook will nieet and address
the citiini of northern Nebrnka, at th fol
lowing placer, aud time.
At Dakota City, Monday, Oat. 31, at 4 P. M.
" Bonca City, T ienday, " 4th, " 2 "
" ft. Jamoe, Wednesday, " Dth, " 2 "
" St. Helena, Weiln'day,
" Dixon, Thursday,
f.th, " 5 "
tith, " 4 "
7th, " 3 "
" Hi. John', Friday, "
Gov. S. W. Black and othir
gentlimen have been invited end nr confl dat
ly expected to be prnt aud address the
people. Citii'jni turn out ami nnd hear far
jourelvs. Hjt. 2(1, 1H09.
This grntles.&n las visited our city, uu
annrnnoed himself an Indepn4nt Ptnplo'e
Candidate for Ddegate In Congress. Flo die"
not deliver htielf ef a epeech, hut visited la
persen many cf ur oitiien. Those who
hav been prooiiasnt in th bolting movement
In Dakota, reeeivid him kindly, anil looked
complaisant at ths idea ef having a candidate
of their ewu, Democrat? wer not material
ly txeited, while Rcpsblieant were ohop-fal-len,
aud ectmed ind!gasiit that anyone ihould
dar to oppose thsir own canjidnta. As w
saw bias, heppeared a p'ei'iaut, iThle and
ititalligeut geutlcmaa. Ia personal appear
anse he has luuoH the advantago of Daily,
and moreover, claims to he a consistent tem
perance in mi. II U a oit'-en of Nemaha
oounty, and a near neighbor tf tit Republic
an enudldatt. lit ha issued a modest, well
written clroular, which tf we had epaoe, wo
would insert entire but we let tht follow
ing in relation, to Mr. Daily. Being bis fel
low citizeu and former puritan, we auppost
he speaks of hiu habits and foibles, from an
adaquatt knowledge of fact".
"A rebukt to any man who teek3 our
votes, for tht purpose of enablis him the
bttler ta eeonre fer hiinsotf rohnol Laada,
previously entered by fraud, thereby robbing
our ohildren of ons of their ruest eacrod right
Let the people throw every politician over
board who lava bts hauls u our rchooi
" A rebuke to one who made a fi-ir pilrat
ooutiuot with another pty for pnbllo j.iiiii
ing, thn basely exposed him to government
vongenoe for eel fish purposes and against th
interest of Nebraska ; tur.eby showing a
I ehunifful waut of good fulfil, both public and
" A rebuke to on Who secured hH own
neininaliou by uning his eftioiai inCuence to
prrfat i uklio meetings of hi own party, to
elrot iteiegiilra to Beilevu, while privately
nH-uiin tlelegates fur himself, thu forelug
Ir.msrif upon in aud thereby insuring his own
" A rebuke ti party wire puilere for at
tempting So force a tncUish, whiskey politi
e'uiii tloni) (he peoplea'a throate, A'cltm t'u
Ui, willing or uot willing. W have had too
many i!ijrueeiul drunken broil in Congrt'S
1 1 o ditrerent from the above i tk testi
mony cf Fui na, n'..u a titizen of thi os-j.s
Keiiiah.t county, who epeaking of Gen. Enta
biooH, hivo " lio is a man against whom
nuiliiig can he fail." A for ourself, we
would rather hav this voluntary tribute,
from a cornibt and venal editor, fereed for
I one. to speak tke truth, than spend a life in
Congree branded as a robber of School
Lands a pot home politioiun, and abandon-
i ed drunkard. The voter of Dakota County
! know Gen. Fstahreok too well, ti threw him
; asi le for uch a man 1
I The vol which Mr. rUowe'.l will recrite
. mey not be very large, but will e mpe'ie the
ftrsHfc-th ef the pai ty whose candidate he is.
It will howevtr greatly reduce Daily' vote
nerth of the Reserve, and well th tea
jority for I'.A .I rook.
Ki" Th lu.iuranc Agent in Loudon, re-fiii-e
to injure the nionsttr .Stramshin, Great
Fsstaru. u her tuul ir p acroM th Allantu
un!ps at an excrrit.int rricc
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Mi i ri.
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ii. ore s.i ai
AsaUrref l'l h.uHy TrlrV !
"he Kiliiepiait oaiililiita for De'.eja; to
Coutrce, lis l eu, iCttiug hiuis f out io h
s'vienot warrsoted by tb faots, in Dfteto,
dimming Ci'y and other towns not th cf th
r'at'.e. In tho places l:e rot only .Kuied
hsvirg any partieipation, with those ho at -tsnfUl
to difuetr.ner the Territory, 1 ul slit
el h wa a.i ai asst cppeKer ef the , t:ne.
We eori.msNiJ tut .'o'.lsWiLg lsCs; s to the pe
rusal of th duhious.
Omahs, ?spt. lbth B-oO.
T. J. Mackey, Ksq. Dsar t'.r: Knowing
yen to hav brn an acliv friend of the late
movement to annev th Psulbfr aertion of
Ibis Territory to Raise;, and learniag that
yeu were a partiipant in the Convention of
those favorab'i lo that measure who assem
ble! at Brownville on th 6th of Jtutary last,
I tak th liberty ef enquiring f yeu wheth
er tho Hon, iSainuel G. Dnily was a meiaber
of th C'nuvsatioa, and whether he captains I
by voic or vote, any of its measures; ind if
so what the' msasur were?
1 do this for th r arisen that it i claimed
for aud by Mr. Daily that h never favoid
or countenanced any of thole measure.
I hav tht honor to bt, sir,
Your Ob't IServ't
Omaha, N. T. Sept. IP, 1039.
Hon. J5. F.tahrok .Sir: Yoti tf this
Jat La beta reeivd and catnts cstrd.
la reply to your enquiries as to "whether
th lion. Samuel G. Dally was a member cf
the Seuth Matte Ccnveatlea that asemble4
at I'.rewavill oa th 6ih of January la.jt, aad
whtbr he taiard by voic or vote, aay f
It miuirii, a t.4 what thus aieaiurss wsrs,"
I hav thebtntr to etate, that the Hen. fium'l
G. Daily wa a tnmber of that Convsntion,
and that b S'lstainrd it lueasnr by bis
vol. These tneasuie were in itriet aecord
anc with It oigsnic charaottr as an :
blag tf dlgt irons tb ceuaties south of
tb BUG favorable t aantxi ig thit por
tion of Nebraska ta th pri pvstd Stat f Kan
sas, to ttcurt thereby the advantage :' an
early Htatt trganisatien, aad embracsl,
1st. Rtetlutions fortifying aad vindicating
ttie policy tt annexation.
2d. A oiemorial to tb Senatt and Ilonnt
of Krpreatative ef tnt United states in
Congres anssmblsd. Braying that that per-
tion of Ntbrnska Territory, bonndstt on the
north by the 41st parallel of latitad. touth
by tht 40tb parallel, tast by th IT.mourl
river, aal on th wst by th 101st meriJian
of longitad, might be embraced within tht
limit of the proponed 8tat of Kansan.
3d. An addre? to th popl of Kama
asking thir aid and co-epsi a ion in furthsr
ane of ta ebjtst ef th Convention.
As n metaherof the Brownville Annexation
Convection, and th author and framer ef th
"memorial" ui "address, " I am fully ad
Tiro l of all lit prcoetdings f th it bdy as
attested by tho writtta rtoordfl, It nirs.
nre were all adopted unanimously, and the
Tote of Ntmaha oounty was ast in favor of
uunrxatien, by Hon. bamael G. Ditily ll. W.
Faraas and others.
I am, sir, yours, ko ,
T. J. MACKEY.
KB. BP IT BEFORE RHB TKOFLKI
That th Rpuhliean candidato for De!
gat iu ConiiT was in favor of dismember
ing th Territory, by annxiug th Sonth
Platte (iintriotto Kansas !
Let Hi em Howl I ! I
The tw journals that have abjured Democ
racy and now swear by Dily, one ou ac
count of local, the other tn nooonnt of pecu
niary reanons hav set up a piteous howl,
because people who have been in the habit of
oalling thingi by their right nam!?, now call
them Abolitienidts. If thoir eeuiiitivencss Is
wounded It la entirely owing to the position
they hav taken, and the penchant tb publio
has for looking at thingn an they ar. It i
but a reasonable presume that any one who
would support ae rank an Abaiitioniet as Mr.
Daily, for an offiae so important an that of
Delegate to Congress, in an Abolitionist body
and soul. Th spectaole of them returning
frsm Democraoy to AbolitioniHm, strongly re
sembles the dog that returned to bis vomit or
tht saw that wut back to the mire. It wan
a favorite maxim of Fenelon's, that you could
alwa)Kti.'ll what a man was by th oompany
1. O fl I V U ,
Tl KM OVT I ! !
By rfernce to another column it will 1
seen that Gen. Cstabrook, and other distia
guiel i personsgee, will addr tb citi.-.ens
of th Nations towns, corlkVf the Re;iT,
btwu the U and 7th ef thi month. Let
there he a general attendance ef ail who
hav rorm for mre than one idea in tht ir
!V The sUiur of tht IsUoJ of Pan Juan,
by Gontral Harny, was entirely upon his
own responsibility, aud witbsut any instruu
tions from Wsehingtou. No doubt is enter
tained by th Administration that the mutter
will be immediately au l amicably adjuuti t, as
the quest! of th Oregon boundary is now
with tho Commixaionerf appointed for its
determination. Tho a.nion of eur troop i
considered of no importance as ejecting the
fcF Poitmaster-tieiurnl Holtdid not begin
hi Reform mortmit on Republican docu
ments. Sor.io months ago, fifteen thousand
Democrat io dofiment, bearing the frank of
Senator Iiios'i, rf Miasi... ippi, eee rsfosed
I transmission tiroi-gh the mnile, t' frank not
having been written hy the Senator himself
The lie will herigid'y and impartially enforo
el. Leigh Hjnt tl.e brilliant, sparlt'ini; Eng
lish anthor is dead. Tie new cf hie demit
was brought by the Ang'o Huxon.
Kr.E' i? Bi.l'ORF. The M'O'Ll'.
That San.'! C. V iWy is, branded by his
nel,:hb. r.i a; awhi-ky pili'i-ian, snhool Land
p'un B rer en I a r:ia 'f Vs. ! 't.ih
VTIJtdrsvvsl of M.J drttsrf
i A CARD.
Iier:t end i;.rreiiig iB.T.m'tie cerate'' 1
vi'h the it'.s.'barge rf my effloial rfiitiea, in
duce me .rirn:!ly ti i'cl;no the nrix.inr'.;''n
ti;dr4 m by the ?i ion Cci; t'.y Convrntio!'
Ii do'.rg to I r-tut: tuy fjra'.fa! .tcuowt
t'.'g' uif nt t'i thoe whose p''rnce cnLjrl
fie for tl pos.tioo. aad parlioul.ai !y to the
n tiiy 'r.s'i.l" who hfi.e so kindly tinderil n:e
J. r.IATT OBKGOUV.
Vi'e insert abv the eard of Msjor Gi-egtry,
withdrwin,t bis nam as a candidate for the
Legislatur, to rsp.'tsput the ctunlies cf D.i
kta, Dixon, C !nr and L.Cau qui Conrt Hi
rcasou fjr to Join j ar of as olUoial rharao
ter, and it will b a sourc of dsp regret tw
his many I'risuJ that they cunuot manifeBt
their atta;htnut ta hiiu, by casting their
voles fer him for the ot'.ioe for whioh he is so
emiaently fitted. We make no Buggetion a
to a oncctiilate for th position. Th Demo
crats f Dakota county, will tnbniit the qtes
tion of a choice to the upper couitiis, and
will vote for any good emorat thy nisy
designate. We hav heard of the n&uie of
Judge Robert of St. James, epoktn tf, nni
we know no one whom we woali inert cheer
fully fijjprrt, or wht would tarry with him
a larger ninjority at the coming election. j
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE.
That Gea. Estabreolt, the Demoorati nom
iuee and iext delegate from this territory will
bt eleeted by a triumphant mjity.
The c?cct cf th frsst of 4th ult., has beeu
moet elisastreus en the farmers of Northern
Nebraska. It was so intern tt to amount to
a friexe, and th destruction consequently,
so eomplct that growiug-cora was llterully
kiiled. It wa abont tk uenal period f its
development, tnd oa cartful inquiry we find
that only a email proportion of th growing
rop, was in snck a state ef forwardness, as
to he bejend th reach of injury from frett
ing. The tuiouEt cf a merchantable arlict
will tbrfnre, be lucordidarable. Of bucl -
wheat ther was a complete drstructioa not
a bushel wilt b Larvntl north of the Re
serve. We bat Li co scared in the lotu cf
gardoa crept, melons, beans, etc. The ca
lamity whioh has fallen ca as, baa been gen
erally east of bre, end much farther south
than the lalitade of forty two degrees, which
is the southern Nebraska limit of its rava
ges. Potatoes eitepad with tho destruction
of their tops, aud ar new trndicg up gren
leaves, end proiai-e an abuuilant yield. Oar
farmer should not t diaoaaregd. Ko frost
s early as thie ban evtr been known in this
region. We hav yet a soil and climats lift
whioh in ordinary seasons, renders thiti en
ond to no other a a t'esirabl ferrying or
There is a general complaint of the failure
of the potatoe crop in the Bust. North of
this plaoe the dry weather has cut the crop
very ehort, while in Dakota and Dixon coun
'iee the premise of a good yield was never
better. Let farmers dig svery bushel and
s:fely house then for aext year. The pri
muKt b paid, tnd nr faraasrs must be satis
fied that It i the most enrtaia and prcfituble
crop that tbey caa turn their attention te, in
854711041 Thos. A. Hendricks, Cemnt.M'.on
er of the Land OHic at TTaehiugtou, has re.
signed bis ponitien, ant! the President has in
cepted his ieignatin. II i a prcnineiit
caydidate for nomination as Gevernor before
the Indiana Democratic Bute Convention.
Ex Cei grepsmaft Hughs cf Indiana, h.,
it in rumored, been tendcrud the oiKge, mad
vacant by Her.drick's reignation-
Cas.! Cot .vtv. We hav reoeifed a private
ltter from a weii-known, and reliable oit'utn
of Cas oounty, in whioh he B.'tys : " I now
hav no foam of Case oounty giving General
Ktnbrook, a handaam majority." Po it
goe ! By clectien day, nearly every county
in the territory will h ready to poll "a hand
some majority" for our nomine.
KF.KP IT BF.FORK THE 7'EOXR.
Thai rm'u'i G. Daiiy, th tnagamb!an
candidate, will i"i uji lh spent on tke 11th
The Frankfort, Ky., Commonwealth, the
lending American piper in that btate, suya
that Mr. Brewn, Democratio CoEgreanman
elect ffeui the Fifih Diflrict, and who is net
jet tereutyfive years of age, i in point of
cenersl ability, the first man in the Btute
an or .tor he las n superior in the beauty
ef his Ungusge, chastity of thought um I
rv..Gii !: Eatabrook, firmrly Attis;y
General of this Btute, aud nT a citizen of
Nebraiicu. ha been nominated by the Dsuij
triil of that Territory a thoir candidate fir
Delegate to Coogrtss. Weenufim per-cnal
knewle J(.e ismre our i aityfiieudn lu.'icl .ii
ka that they hav made a good and u itioilg
selection. Gea. Betabrooh, iH a high-uiiaJed
intelligent genilemuii, deoidcd in politics, and
a luau f ability and Integrity. He will of
course he elected. When be ran iu tl.iseii.ie
we r him betwoia ',t((Xl andliiimO ui.i-
ojrity. We hepe he will t-e in etron.'ly ef, Jori
de iu his utiv hoait. ;u,t f U',.., ..,. -,.
New Vork. The tiaocri;y of the Ein
pir St ite arc ut li.t uuited. Tbty laid nei lo
tkeir choticiiiogiL'al diiTsrsuce, met at Syra
cuse on the l .ih f but mouth, t omia.tted
deleg i.lt t the Charleston cinveutioti sad
aljnurntd ami 1 chetr-i. Thirf looks well for,
the cans iu that St its and sfc .i ni'iy nosr b
put down a-' being in the ,:un"ra!ii: lie. in
A mimler of prrs'.ni in M.'w Yorlt are
tik'HtU f l jietit (ieneral McMnb.-.a, th duVo
tf Mtgfiit. w't'i a ll.lr nl teoani'i',.'
Not m im M ,v The L.livir,
r..,-, tb. Mnj. A J. IWIsm, whre'.
cr.'.Iy ,li.d in Lnu'i.n., wat not Andrew
Jackson Donelson, tbp a!crtel ,, ,r ,
, - v, new
v..ns a--", e'ii ci: !i!a!
lert n th Filimeie ticket.
f r Vice l'ie,i.
Lord Ra I.te.k publishes a letter from
Kiohard II. Dana of Bo-tou, ou the subject of
balloiies; in the Unit-jd States. Mr. Dsn-i
nhoas the btneCt ef this lyetern tn thU coun.
try, and to prtvuut fraud it is r.cctsaiy to
dcpiiv it of tccresy.
I E )V A D YYA I T I SMIi N T H
Mi i ick io iMT'AlTclTiMAitr
All persons havin claims annltiMt ths P ,ne n,i.
sns f,.r iI-Mh cuntrsrt'it or deprivations o lumi't,
' , ' .' "' """".v notl-. J tl.,
... ........ ...III". II ll,(
. (onii.iisslnncr of lmllan A.lairs a
I b.' bi b! nt tbe I'on.-iu eRi.. ., .'
'"'unril cf Cbl.'ls will 1
N i.il rsrab.
,l. T., for ths pnrpossfif ln..tl1Ml'1,'
men. ten on H :Nt itr.r i f i i. tobr, 1 . .'!.
. nil... Wliru up III H.-'lltir OrjIT BS pll'lcnt.' (
tiiTfslat.'. Biol f..rwarle.t Willi tint repoit o (i,
Au-eni lo tbn lion. Hee'v of th Interior. Any tur'b- -ltif..rmUu
iln-irel tau bo 14.t1.l1.eJ l y ail.tressine Uii
T SHAW liRKdOKY
V- In.'ii Air't. f r tl.o , .'K,.
Poncas i'perlnl Air.'ii-y, p. o , M..lrrali, ii. 'i.
bftpNuibt r 'Ub, i: .jj.
TO t ilARI.K.-t, C. OH.'t
Ani t!l wm if m.iy conrrn
Sir You are hereby nil in. that I "hull appsar bfn-
the Kexinfer ana Hmln-r of Die tiau.l i-ffiee for t '
I'sUota liin.i I'lstrl.-t, brsls Territory, at bsknu
e.iy on Monilay tbs 17th ilsy ef Octobsr ls;,u at la
o'clock A. m , lo pro ay right to snter by pri"inpt!r n
the south bifof the south west quarter of rectii u
number thirty-four, (;) towimblp twsutv rltrbt (V ,
an 1 th north ltn'.f of the north wept iiuarter o! se..tlu
nuuibsr tlusr, (,'i; lownfh.p m nlr-srvn, (li,') rant
si'ut, (i.) osftcf th sixth 1'rlrjcipal Jlerl'l aii N 'I
JAMM PHKS1VJX. '
EsVota SnpteieW 24 3W
R TAT KM EJfT,
vutiv Vie aon'litin afthr i'la'tt Vu'Uy Ifun
ttMitr lit, li, . .
Coin on liana In vault,
Jj'I i I c ot othsr good Hunks,
Amount ilue from Bunks tni utherr,
luci'li ntl exj-sust s ,Ac,
y ho'.e ain't of Arsi Its
Capital tlock, Ac,
Pr'Tt anil i ohM, Ac,
III.' I siojII' ra,
a.u;i i s
tit 0,175 79
?2 050 r.o
J 1A1:?1DK, Oi.-bb'r
Kworn to r-n.l pui.."rli-.i before me. a Notary l':iM'
In and for the cour.tv sf oto-, .Nsnraks Teritorv, cn
lbl, tht lu ..y of H. to.br 1H.'1. as' sit..
Den. iay band and s.sli.f oif.es, st Nebraska City.
N. X. JOHN II. UAXo.V,
Office of Territojial Auditor. Omahs, Kspt. 14 p.5?
1 bsTnliy rwrtify that the above i n true e'.V. inn rut
ss lurnihs 1 ins, and on n.e hi thlii oir.ee.
RDliKKl' C, JORDAN'
t-'pl7 3w Territorial Audll r.
E. r. tlACO.t I'rojrrluler.
Tki rim inodiov.s House Lax now bpn ow& mr.rs
'.k.a ens year, lbs Proprietor still alms lninn.l U
A TIRST CI.AHS HOTEL.
WM's. in rcnriserstlon of tb redu-tloo of Project,
siid (uppllet In tb'.a Wusttrn ( ountry be tin r4ocn!
th aoeorllnirH; and Lerrsfisr bit prlees fsr
Hoard end Translsnt C u-tctn. will bs ebos.er tkaa ay
Jlret CIsks Hotel In the Territory.
Ivtry attention will 1 pel to thi ct.uifoit a-a
eavtaieneecf the curt 'niers of tail Flenst..
l akota City Au(,ust ;t, ' Jl. I. MAtOf
Orarr o fu-'iAam and X,nth trtrl,
OXAIIA. CITY, V. T.
General Ktae and Llvory Offise.
asj't. .1. is.
Flrnt raU Thtt.tlolit for (!, o th 4M lmiti
Trma. Kit quirt t tht Lnd Oitlot.
HAT caltl and Work Oin. for vkLh I wilt r'T
CAt-H. and the hliiheit msi ket erine
JjsKotaCUy, August 43, 'n.
Win. ( AKh.
IIoiii-o, Bi.J'.n, and Oruament;.l painler.
Qniininp, Glazing, r.nd paper hanging Uo
Likenesics Drawn on paper.
Dakota City N T.
Has just received, and will receive pti
Steamer Oaaha, th rtmaindti ef ki
STOCK OF GOODS,
Kooti tnd ISM,
And e. Great Variety of
Whioh shall b sold for tash, or ite erpiivo
in trade, at
VEUY LOW FIGURES.
I-ersctl will do wtll te examine toy (too
EeVrt I'vrehaimf CUtvhtrt.
fe-,N Trouble t j Show Goods.
Pearl Sirt, 9iox City, low.
Aug ti, ly.
to fell Dry Cdo 1 t 1
V'h'.l. -a'.e or Re
anv lliuec in
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