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i; r v Saturday Vurnirig, at D'tkctJ City, -V. T,
PAN I EL M'LAVGnLlN.
TEAMS'2 Uiu In alvenc; l 00 tut tlx
BonUi; rift, emu for Mireo oB.tka,
IOlTICI Ol POilTiTBi BaTKS Il0CI"3it
i t Ullll
u c IIH.AI-WAT. dllCCUIII.
TREADWAY tt CURRIER,
Attorntyt at Law,
1 Till t en I ta all legal business Intrusted
t ' f hr-ir care, In wettorn lowe aud east-
t, N nil.
. ; '6 en
MARTIN H. DEVER,
i tuinler and ('i fitter.
n IB. BT. CII4HI.ES ITREKT, ST. L0CI9, MO
iTTiUrromrtly attend to all hii-ine-a in his
sod nil work exeouted with neat
i ep aud difpstch. Will give special a'.tention
to any work that nit be entrusted to mi care
sl patisfuction warranted.
Tb'.a rammoJtofi IToum ku now been opened mere
thus in Jer. Tn Proprietor tUll alms In sitting It
A riRST CLASS HOTEL.
Whiie, la eooilderstlon of tbe red ua tie of Prod,
.nd tvotttf In thta WwUtn Country be bee redueed
the pricri eMorllDflr; end herrafteT hl prlee for
Board end ITauslent Caatom, will be bex then enf
lirrt Cnie HoUl In the Territory.
tTtrr etlwiiUoo will be peU to the eounoil n
rBnUnr.of tbe en.kiniM of Uill Houee.
i,.k.t. (Jer Auruet . 'ft B. f . MAM
5 Cfec )agw Douse.
j ji0i i, . . . - - Tcilic Lasmno.
": Sicuz City, Iou.
) JOHN HAGY, PROPRIETOR,
THE Trorrietor takes pleasure in anonuao
ing lo the publio that he now bns a bon?r in
which hu oun accommodate then, in an good
, !-n us can be found on tbe Mi-nouri 8'ope
Kj strict attention to tbe wants of gueMc, ho
. L ; ei to merit and receite a liberal lhare
' tf patrouape.
Not. 7. 1KS9- tf
Corner e Furnham and Ninth gtrtt,
OMAHA CITY, N. T.
General Stage and Liter, 02i.
NOTICE TO FOXCA9 CLAIXASTI
All parson. h..lni eUlma enlnet tbe Pomrea Indl
tip fr dt-bUi roDtrctfld or dnpredatlom eommltUd.
rnnr to the I Uh ol April 16t. ere hrby notlOM tbiil
lii ontrrof the Don (.VnimluUDer of Indlen AOaln.
c unall uf CltWtt will be bslil el the Podom enmp, neu
.iiinrjraD, . r., tor the rurpoce or lnixaiitmc tne
.nm; commencing on tbe filet dey of October, lh69
ClHiiuN win he teken up Ip ragular ordar m preeefiled.
i, .Fujiauu aud rorwerava wna (tie report ol uu
rttil ,o th lion. Sari of tbi Iultriur. AbV IWtlirt
H,f'.rniU ,u desired ce be obtained bjr ecMreealug tbe
J 8IIAW OltBOOIlT,
U- S- InJ'o Aft. far tbe Pouu
fnurei SpfrUI At-Miry, P.O., NIbrub,N. T.
lici traiUr :ttb, HW.
T. Ii'tcVt glvrn to '! pvrrooe beelnK rlelmi Klnt
I Mlrhftel Kodnr. lete or Dakota enuDty, dpcead, tbat
thar are reja1r1 to file the pame tcttcthar ultb tbe
orhfr tbereof.ln the ofltre of tbe frobete Court for
',! county, In tb Ti-rrltory of Nobraaka, on or before
ina nrat aj or January
OI..B undi-r rnjr band (no al brine; provldud by
aid county for tbia ofliee,) tbla abth da, of October,
a. it. ico'j.
THOB. T. COLLIER,
Probate Jndi;e of liekote county,
St. I e lie, Mo.
J. K. BOOOB,
Sioux City, Iowa
FOR THE PEOPLE
II. D. DOOUE V CO.
S ouz Citij,
LJ I J
0R0CRIE3 AND TROVISIOXS
CAEATIR THAN ANT OTHER HOI'S E
H. D. BOOR E Sl CO.
Hare the larjcrat 8TOCK of (iroceriee ssd
arer ojmned Id Slom City.
H. D. BOOGE Si CO.
" 1 7'" fntinue) to pimply the CASH DL'V-
KRS, wholesale an J rrtil, at their uo
ally low prices.
f jbe whole country Is aroused, and awaken
JL cl to ite ISLST interests, and dotermiaed
to buy its Groceries and rrorisions of II. D
L'OOGE & CO.
L. D. FARMER
S now prepared t sell Dry flood tea
1 Giuceries, at
Wholeial er Rtiail,
Ai low ai any Ilonee la rTIeoi Oily, lew
TirnAKLES, c oim
And all whum tt nay totwrn
Sr VmU iirc ll..rtt,jr i,,,t iti.., tb .t I .hail a,p r t, lim
kiaiiw lUAttvnr of ih I-mJ jitia for ti,a
l k' 'ia..,1 IH-'ri-i, J-m'rr, ai lli ,
' f "n Mut lay Hi. 17ili ,Uv of irt'.b.r at ls
rk 1 " ' u prora my tight to bi.i .f bf r,ranr4
'fa a.,uib tattnf i'i5-,,i'Ji vrxt acutir f a'U n
uamlr ID rtv iunr, ( tovuikip eautyUi.t , zT)
'! tl.e panh b'f of ma north ..t iiuarif r aawtlou
numlw tlirvo, ( l) Wwnahip twanty wan, ( 9) ranj(
"S'ACJ aaatuf the alxtb rnu,itl Mrrid,n a), f.
t . A . JAiXtS I'KleWN.
I)iik t ?tjt. oiU Zt 'f
VA X iajf)
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- DAKOTA CITY HERALD.
Paper of Ccnyreu.
I eha',1 publish Ibe Daily Globe, and l'ie
Congroeaioual Globe, ft n J Appendix duiiig
III next session of Congress. Tbe Laily
Glob will contain a report cf ths ilr-oatw id
both branches of Congress, Kg taken down by
reporters, at least, to any corps of short
bud writers in tbia or any ether cour.trj
1 When the dcb-ties if a day do ti .t, u.uko
l more (Lao forty-fivt columns, the, phiUi y
i pear la the Daily Globe of the nit morning.
which, will ouatain, also, tbe css or tie uay,
together with euch editorial articles as tunj
I bo aoiro-pslerl 1t trAjminor ifA .til.
- v r - f
, ' Tbo CongrtMioiial Globe And Appeud.x
Will cotitain a report cf all the debate in
Cob greet, retited by the epeakere, .be Mee
(ago sf the Preeiuentof the tutted i?ito,
the Annual Reports of the Heads of tbe Exi-o
Utl atepartmont!", the Reports of (.'orntniitece
Cf Congrues on ieportant eubjeotn of general
iniereetH, the Law paysod during the eciMuu,
and ooflous iudeie to all Thee will be
printed on a doable royul ibect, in ho 'k foraa
royal quarto site, eaoU camber contntning six
teen page, areragiag 2,8'J7 word per page.
Tbe whole will u.aUe between 1,700 and 2,WQ
pages. It is beiieved that no book has eer
been publiabed at so lew a rate. Lnet year I
advertised in the Daily Globe for six moaths,
and in about one hundred other newspaper,
in the United States, n reward uf $-, to bo
paid to any person who would produce a book
published at ho low a rate, and none was pro
duued. The laige uarn!fr of copies subeoiib
J tor l, Cungrris tinin iue to atToid the
debatex tonubticnbere so cbeaj.
The CongreMioiil Ulob aud Appendix puss
free through tbe maiio of Hie L'niteil Btates,
t wili be eeea by reading tho following Joint
Ueolotion paised bv Cougrw the Gth ef Au
o:'nf Reivlution providing for the d.ttnbutiun
cf the Laxvt of Congrett and tht Jlrbatcs
With a vie to the cheap eircnlahou of tb'.'
Lawn rf OonPr'r, and ti.o debaiea ounlrtbut'
ingto the true interpretation thereof, and to
niake fret1 cur.inuiiiiiaiiee beiTeeu the rep;
tuDtatite kd i roiihtitUHOt bodu :
ie it re.o!ved by tbe St,nt Hr.ri House of
Repi"3Pnntitiv.- f the Utj't i .-'ihIi's o! Ainor
loa in Ciiinie ai.-emt)!i i, That from aud ff
ter the priBtnt es1on of f.t.g. oo.-t. Uhe Ccu
greHbiecal Globe and Appendix ahiru couanin
the Law aud tbe Debates tbeiron. el aU pais
free through the mails, so long ae tao im-jte
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Tided, That cetblng herein shall be co.v-t: no i
to authoeixe the oirou'.atioa of the i,.i,y
Globe, frue of p oiUgs.
Approved, August, fith 1852.
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For a oopy fr a less time (per month) 1
For a copy of the Congressiocal Globe
and Appendix during the session. 3 00
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country where a ubseriber reside will be rt
oeited at par. The whole or any part a: a
subscriptien may bo remitted in postage
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xcpt rold and siltr. Where Rank notes
under $6 can not be procured I will send two
cobles for $.
A paper will not be sent unless the monoy
aoooaapanln the order for It.
I can not afford to exobaage with all tbe
newspapers that desire the Globe, but 1 will
end the Daily Globe daring the aesnioo to ail
who shall pukliih this prespeotu three time
before the first Monday in next December.
Those whe publish should send their papers
containing it to m, marked with a pea, e
direot attention to it. 'ibe Congressional
Globe and Appendix will be stereotyped, and
therefore, 1 shall bo able to send tbe back
numbers fir this betoii n to all who may sub.
scribe after the session commences ; but if
the first edition shall bate been exhausted
Bat ore the subsariptiou meucy is resolved, 1
shall aharge ene dollar odditinmil per copy,
to pay the oxpesse of putting tbe plates on
the press, ubeeeiptiou should rtasli m as
early as tbe first week iu December, t insure
complete copie at tb price advertised above.
JOU 0. KIVI3
Washington, Ootober, 1869.
A useful and attractive series of books for
l the tonne people, embracing events con
nected with the history ef the country, and
lit of distinguished men, written with tauoh
car and in an entertaining manner, and
beautifully Illustrated title page:
Containing the life of Daniel Webster, the
great Aruerioan ritateiman, with numerous
anecdotes, illustrative of hi character, and
tbe following illustrations:
louce Daniel in the saw mill ; Webster
fishing at Bsshurg ; Wbtr declining the
c!rkblp ; Webater einoundiaj the Constitu
tion at tk Bunker Bill celebration ; Webetor
at f aaueil Hall ; Mansndd the residence of
Webster ; Webster on hi farm.
The life of Henry Clay, the mill-kor ef
t'ask, "lib cine Illustrations ; the life of
General Washington with cine illustration ;
the life ef Layfayette, with nine illustration;
the life of Penn with nine illustrations : the
life of flsneral Taylor with nine illustrations ;
tbe life of Napoleon Bonaparte with nine il
lustrations; the Old Bell of Indepecdonoe or
Philadelphia in 1770, with nine illustrations ;
tbe Yankee Tea Party, aad other stories of
the Revolution, eoutnlning in all eter one
Eaoh tolume is well written, possessing a
high moral tone, and oan safely be placed in
tht bands of the young people. Tbey con
tain numerous anecdotes illustrative of tbe
history of our ooontry.
Price per sett handsomely bound iu cloth,
with gilt backs, and neatly put up in boxes,
$1 7 j I'rioe per tolumo, olotb, gilt, 66 cts.
Colportesrs, agents and school libraries
w'.'l be tiiippliad at a libtral discount
fip,es sent by mail postage free, npou r
r.eipt of Ibe pri.a of the sett r,r ant volume.
LIKDSAY 4 RLACKSTONE
No. 25, Boeth 6th Street, Philadelphia
,0 oautf. Eac'.otc utu io A letter
lb an erp-Pthsre iiaoai. md bf r-
mtn vi ion! you w.'l rocoite the pea a good
A ' irrrti; K. Filiit-t
tvrai.s, N. Y.
s,:i;v.og thet-'ujte three loaer
ir l.i'c ii. e a narked cot t. shall
rtcuio tr.e cl rut b-;ti! rtL by
'DKMOCn u r-ITS M
--irr J- 1 -. -
DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA, SATUKDAY MORNING, NOV.
DAKOTA CITY POTTERY.
MESSRS. Z1K0I.ER & ECblHART. of tk
ll.L .la, S I 1Aa. taaLsk t Vl Itrflllhi
rT.!. on, ..I., f ..,l t. tb. Mer.baata and
tl pubi!fenna.ly. thl the, will eontinue
In t'., I ut't' a liertfur. aud battue in-
ercaiod ti e r fo:i t;H ro able to taauufae
t ive a Inrr-r anMitnt rf etotie wire and of
'.iitt best ((iialitv. Het'iroi'H thiinka for the
bberal patroeiiKe t e.itowed n the old firm
they rtepeetfuii, tlioit a onutiuuauee of tbe
June, and Ihev w.ll eiiib-atur to re'nia it by
irouipt excr.iuon fcT their ordna, to which
tbey will carefully attend a: ail liuies. trite
them a e .11.
liitkutiCity, N. T., Not. 7. 18u9 if.
Xtw Boot gnd Shoe Sli'j
INUIOCXCITY - IOWA.
rTh urderpigned, late of the firm ef Krn
J. lurtii & Hchalble, In carrying on tbe business
on hip own aecount, in the kiuMiug oa Pearl
Street, just below the Sloux City House. He
is now carrying cs tbo I! ant and Shoe busi
ness in all it branch. Work warranted to
be Uon in as good stylo and on as reasonable
term as at any other shop. A call from eld
customers is rtvpectfullj solicited.
Repairing neatly doc.
Not 7. 1359. tf
SOOT AND SHOE STOR11.
SAMUEL KRU M MANN.
Phe undersigned has remotd his establish
I uient to bis new building, on Pearl Street,
a tew duorx west ef Toetle's ttore, where he
U cow prepared with a large and superior
ntnk of learther, eto , eta, to erooute ail
work in bin line, in a superior style of the
art. Employing none but the best of work
men, and giving his personal attention to the
i bupi-.icsi, bo sun safely warrant all hi-, work.
done on short notice
NY.t. 7 lfifiSl. tf
IV DAKOTA CIT1,
Cved by ths opening
SPLuN'DID PTOCK ef
of a LA RGB aad
ieti, Poets and Phics,
QueeiiHWAte, Ac, &9.t &.,
Z1EGLER & EGKIIART.
s our Ptook of Good is new open and
ready for the TRADI. w reipeclfully
call the attention of the citiaens of Dakota
and adjoining eountle to . our splendid
FALL AND WINTER
STOCK o, GOODS
which hate been sclented with great oare,
espeeially for this oouutry, and will be sold
" CU KAFIR THAN TM rrjEAPlMT."
We are bound not to be undersold by onr
neighbor. We ask our old Customer and
the Publia generally, to call end examine for
themselves aud be coorinoed of the above
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OT.
Pry Goods, Dress Gd Muslins bUachtd and
unbleached, Delaiues, C,-hmers, Ginghiots,
Lincey, Print of all kinds, Merin, Check,
Irish Linnens, Table Cloths, Crisb, o , Ac
Ladies Shawls of all sises, Cioihs, Satinets,
Jean, Tweedu, Cashmeres, Flannei ef all
colors, Women and Chlldreu' Hoods. Woollen
Hose, Half Hose, Woollen Tarn and Mto'i
Coeatry-knit Socka, Children' Hose Ao., Ao.
Also a large ITOCK of CLOTHING, ino'u
Ovsrcoatp, Uundereotts, Yests, Pants, ihlrts,
Uudrshirt, Drawer ato., c. Aiso a pie)
id Si oak of OoBtume-made Beot and She,
for Men, Woman and Children. We are able
In this line to fit the smallest a well ai tbe
Also Hat and Cap of all Sorts and Sites,
and a heavy (took of Groceries, in wbiaa will
be found the following adiieles:
Tea of all kind,
Soap of all kinds,
Doert, te , k.
Our Ftork will be sold te suit the time, at
very low figures, a w are doing a trlot
CASH bmines. nd can afford ta sU at
small profits. W will also take iu itLni.-e
& , Ao.
Git as oall and be convinced that Da
kota City I the place to j
LAY IN YOUR GOODS.
ZIPGIP.R If ECKHART.
Tiko'.a City Cel. 22. Jb6U.
KiUllBI ASO .
I.UATII P IIRODKIUCK.
eoordanc with U anticipation Cf
lno', r Comojenlty, the eireeted duel
iweB ike Ueo. DatlJ U. Brodarlet, Vult4
Htal' renaler from California, and the Horn,
Datld 8. Terry, Judge ef the Buprem Coart,
took lac ystrday mornlpg at a mall dell
Or a',',.y sib ten mlloe diataot from Mereed
Lake In ni,r ippue of yetrday w inform-
d our mdera of the cballeng from Jade
Terrv, il atUaii UJ t'uel, tbe lattrruptlua by
tbe 1'o'ice. tLe liannnalinn hafora Vi.llna
Judne Coou, aud tl, discbaig ef Ike partiei
on the grouud Ikat ne ofTiece had yet been
W now propose te detail the ubsr(iient
olreuniataoee. The parties went out of town
Immediately after the dsolslon, and passed
tb night In separate localities, each prtpar
lag for the inevitable event of the morrow.
Mr. Brodorlekwa at fh Lake lloui, sn l
slept there. Meantime, the town bad been
greatly excited nil through Monday evening,
and at an early hour yesterday morulng bund
reds were on th jui vive, anxious to witness
tbe renoountr. Far a dual between a United
State Senator and a Stat Biiprsui Jadg
wa ae ordinary oeotirnao aad independent
of thl fet, to large number of personal
and party mnd and adhertnt of eaoh,
made tt a matter of universal Importance
Sinoe th day ofthe Vlgilanc Committee,
nothing equaling this in Its efleet upon all mind"
kits transpired iu San Franoio.
77i Dueling Ground.
Vehicle of all kind were ohartered to bear
tbe curioo to tk grsnnd. That greaad, It
sotma, was not generally known : to many
obaago bad bn made that few If any were
aware of its location. ThInttinct, hewtver
which draws tb vulture t the feast ltd each
and all te tke place Tbi a In a (mull val
let tome tw hundred yards In extent.
Arrival of tht DiteUtt
At a qiarter past 8 o'clock Mesr. Brode
rlok and Terry arrl Td on th ground, In tblr
respective carriages, and attended by tbilr
entid and physician Tt were th sane
as at the previous meeting, v!i: Hon. J. 0.
MeRlbbln and Mr. Coulter, (formerly Sheriff
! of Si'kiyou county) as soaoads for Mr. Brod-
ori.'.k, aad Cidhoun Benham and Thomas flay
ts, Eaqrs. of this city, snud forjudge Ter
ry. Drs Hamaiond snl Aylett were in at
tendauce as surreal) for Ju lge Terry, and
Dr. Loehr for Mr. 1'roderick.
Preparation for the duel.
On descendiig from tbelr earrlage th par
tie teemed to be In the best of spirits, neither
arpetriag at all sellout or nervous a to th
result. Th armorer proceeded te load the
weapons which were eight-Inch Belgium pis
toll, uodtr the laspectitn of the respective
seconds. Pending these preliminary opera
tions tktspeotators were dirtotd to withdraw
frsia lilt iinioediite icon ofth duel, which
they did, posting thmtelvs upon th two
hillock aboit f-r hundrd yard distant,
whtr tbty anxioutly awaittd tb isaue.
Marking out the Ground The dwl.
About half an hour was eceupied In thete
arrangimtDtt' Ten paces were marled etf
and tested by th etoonds, (that being the dis
tance ngrotd upon,) and th principal placed
in their relative poeltiens. Their seconds lad
already divesitd them of their outside coals,
whit collar, and otktr artioles whith might
presort prominent targtts upon whioh to take
aim. Tbehoiccf ground DOW bolongod to
Mr. Brtderlck, in purtuaooe to tbe arraegt
mtDts of Monday' meeting. Tbe two princi
pals wtrt divteted ef their watchei aad the
coin in their pockets. The ooln taken from
Mr. Broderiek, his second Mr. MKibbin,
placed la bin own test pechet ; Judge Terry
threw bis carelessly upon the sod. Tbe
stotods thin procttded to tiamine each other's
man; rltb tbe view of ascertaining whttker
either had underneath hi clothiug any artit
ele calculated to tford proteotlon from a bul
let. Tbis is uiua'y rather a matter of form
than otbsrwiio. Mr. Benham, who examined
Mr. Broderiok, fell his breast, abdomen and
iuaa wit- ssxtipnlavw" ear. Mr. Mcliibbin on
tbe contrary, but formerly toubd lh vest
of Ju li Terry with hi hand, bowed and
On of th seconds then rad aloud th code
duello from a written Manuacipt which eu
niad but a short time. Mr. Coulter thou ad-
dreaded the two gentlcmta, saying in tffect
tbat he witbed lo be understood that be should
eouut "Ob, two," after tb word ' Fir,"
after which he should say "Slop." No ihot
oi lift bo fired after that. During thru time,
tbe two principals maintained their positions,
sod llntened with nil Ii composure to thee
details. Judge Terry siood with his head
thrown slightly back, looking toward! bis
BUtagooiuC. Sttch held his pistoi iu his ban d
pointed to the ground. L'acb waa dressel lo
black clothes, and wur a slouched Palo, Alto
bat. Mr. Broderiik steod erect, but with Li
head rathtr down. He pulled lb rim of hit
bat duwn about hi eyes, ai if t) nh i htbam
from tb light.
Tb position of tUo two were sejiew'it d.f
fertnt. Judge Terry maiutaiued tbat of a
practioed duelist, preaenting only tb Jge cf
hi person to hi aotagooiet, and keeoiog hit
left hand and shoulder well bshmd b.ui. Mr.
Kroderltk, on tbe contrary, tbo Jgii at first
a.suuiiog a position somewhat aiujiiar to tbat
tf ib other, seemed te pref' a more ear'
I lect and ls coaatrainti on, ani gradually
p rorstei to ire of bis body to tb fir of hi
oppvir.eut. IT. I pistol L b!;li io h s haad
, r,th.r ,wkwlllT( Mj .,,. ,hU
! b'tnself he once or. twice turned the wrist of
hi plstool arm t.i lb rifbt with hi left hand
i "o el"enng te
eomi 1 with some
pfcu'tihe I direction pretloufly Riteu blm
n d lo at hi titg,.iiit, ran
j li J pidly along the grouJ from him to
' poe'uion, a If, drawing a bee-lit
between them. lom tbat time he did not
r'" n eyes until tb word was giten to Br.
' 11C igbl foot got a fraotion beyond the
i lino. When Mr. MrKibbin tai,ro,l fnraiar.l ami
Tb rumor of Mr Brodrlok's nertousntss
It based upon hit otoastonal motion to obsrt
those prescribed positions of hand and arm,
which hi seconds had enjoined npon him.
The I taring uf Judge Terry, thoegh be assum
ed a in ne practioed and motionless attitude,
wa not on jot nior that of an iron-nerved
man than wa that of Mr. Broderiok. At a
quarter btfur seven o'olook, Mr. Conlten pro
nounced tb words
"Are you resdy t"
" Ready," respobdtd Judge. Terry, , and
"Ready," wa uttered by Mr. Broderiek iui
Fire I One 1 Two I pronounced iu mod
erately quick time.
A th seconds stepped baok and Mr. Cou'.
ton gavo the word, the principals raised their
pistols, which they held pointed pointed to
the ground. Ou the rise, Mr. Broderlck's
weapon wti.t off, striking th ground a ftw
feet abort of bis opponent The next Ltttant,
Judge Terry, who bad fully rtUed bis wtapon
discharged It, and exclaimed, "The shot is
not mortal ; I have struck two inches to tbe
right." Mr. Broderiok suddenly turned a
few Inches aad braced himself for a moment ;
then gradually lowered himself down to a rs.
cllning position on tbe ground, and then fel
oter at full length. He did not speak a word
during tbi time. While Mr. Broderiek thus
fd-ll still grasping hta pletol, Judge Trry stood
with his arms folded till hie seconds, advanced
and with them he left th Aold unharmed. It
1 supposed that bs has gone te tome uu
known place, to await the news of the rttult
of the shot.
The surgeons who were prettnt, Drs. Loehr
Hammond and Aylett, together with Mr. Brod
eriok' eeonnds, advanced immediately upon
bis fall, and leering open his eoat, examinsd
the wund, whioh wa found t be in the
bread. The ball bad entered near the rltflit
nipple, passed serots the frent part of the
body, and lodged in tbe left side. It teens
to hate entered the cavity of the chest, or at
leatt scored asd cat the breeet bone and
though subsequently extraotod bad proJuo
cd a wound wbioh It Ss ouppojod will prove
A mnttrsat littec was brought to ths plaeo,
and the wounded man placed upon tt, lie
w&s placed in a wagon, and tarried aroaud tbe
hills until Ihe main Ban Jose road was reached;
aud eoon afterwards be wa transferred to an
express wagon, wblob bad goes out at his rs
quest. In this be was brongkt into the eily,
aud ceutoyed to the residence of Leonids Ha
kell, atLIack Point. While coming in he sat
up a portion of the way ; but, uevsi tLels.s,
suffered muh paiu.
Upon reaching Mr. Haskell resident, be
was carried into the house and placed on a bed
where Lew propped up with bolster asd
pillows. He was fully oonsolom and oomplsln
ed ofthe great wtlght 1,000 pounds at be ex
pressed it, weighing upon his breast. Tbis
fueling was caused by tbe interna! beiumirroge
which bad become very great, and dissolution
was expected to lake place every few moments,
Dr. Lehr,Swyr and Rowell, wtre present,
end afforded all the aid iu their power; but
Mr. Broderiok continacd to (Ink, acd moinin
tarily beoome weaker. At half past two
o'clock b wa (till living.
How Mr. Broderiek Lost Me shot.
The circumttancc of Mr. Broderiok lotiog
hi shut is ikOajuiiutod for in ths fa-it th&t tbe
theiceof weapou fell to Judge Terry, who
ttlectti his own dueling pistol. The hv
the bair trigger so sensitively set tbat a sud
den jrk of the weapon would serve te us
it diocharge. Mr. Jlrsdcnct bad never e?es
or used ilieie weanuut, bud br th sHzhteii
toucb of his ficgnr produced the di-charg. I
A similar causo produced the acoi'h'nt which ,
oecured to Henry CUy in his famous duel with
Johu Randolph. j
Ju ljt Terry't Flijht.
Judge Terry wilh his friends, loft tbe field
driving rapidly Into lowu and startsd at one
from North Bcanh a bur a b al wa In wait-
log aud proteelcd to Oakland where be took
private conveyano to Marl inn. A tela
gewpbic dispatch, received late last eight from
thai point states tbat Jndge Terry, oa bl ar
rival at Martinet, b foond lorn difficulty In
getting ferried aoroa to Beniaia, Beth In '
Martinet ta I th latskr place flag wtr rained
at half nia-t caused by tbe false report of Mr.
Orodei ick's death. On bis arrival at Ilenlobt,
Judge Terry took overland cooteytsce to Sac
raineuto. (Trim lha Alta Calif"rolaa.
Death of Senator Iirodarlt.
Tbe mind of the wounded man wa wandrr
it.g af'or i bo a(3 ctioa of the fatal shot, aal
at I In oi he wa, not himself. Tb eafsnt of
ibe chloroform ;iven biin dzadertd lb exorn
oiating agony by effeoting his nerveous syatoin
which had boon strung to the grtateal tontiou
by lb thr--e day of bairaasiug anxitty pre
ediag tbe duel lief or tb fight he oepreas
ed bi. hrm doiornjinaiioo not te (hoot Trry
abot the bips, aa b did not cetifcider be bad
any o-iarr j1 w.to h,ail efttr Lo waitho
hates or AOVf.riTriNji
Cpt P-inpr ef twalv line, or I. , f.-'t - : :
Karb atp)tttit Ina'rtloi, f
One .utr oe laenth, j
On aijoara, tbM axootta, Oj
nare, pit Beatl.a, t (tt
On s,nare, yvar,- 11 tj
T ikiuaraa, una yrar, Itu ou
One suIuvmi, una yaar, So uv
Oua balf voluair., but yaar, a-', iw
do foiirtb .luiaa, 4, Kin
4 kalf.,lun,n, all aaontba, - wi
4 rioartb da d y
do balf mluaa, lt,r mentba, IJ iw
drt fltrth do ita tu ' 12
bualeca Cov.la, of alt llpae nc k.a, on yaar, 1(1 l
Caab tak.Jvana win U r,,nl oa all alvrMU.
m.nta, arrt t whaoa a p.1l ; .,i,tr.,t ht lo Pr ,J
lo Ibv contrary.
, , ' i t 1. i
his Wau lerii i plirl ,!'., t t(.,,l up ai al.o li t
impression of the convloi-oi that be wa I l a
bunted by the hungry arew win 1 1 . 1 i f r
bis blood unlit he should be killed. IU ia fe
ed of the defeat In this ktate of th great prln
atet for which he had done tattle that he
ba l been deserted by th people he had taken
th field for, an J no tht peculiar elan ef pol
itiiian whd bad joined against him wenli b
enootirsgsd te bunt after blm ta pat Lies out
ef the way. lie felthewasto beallenoeJ, tod
be Is now silenced forever.
PartienUre ef Ate JHnete. .
Oa Tuetday last after hi fall r.pon ths ftldf
Mr Bre lorlck wS carefully remottd I the
rotidence of Lrontdsa Hatkoll, Hq , on Black
Point, where he was attended byeetiyal ofth
most skillful rurgtini rf tb city, and blsbed
sldo watohed bj devote I Mend who noted
overy change In th beating of Lit pals eve y
dilUcult breath, every marmtr bf bit lips, As
we have already stated tho tymptcms at a
late hour en Thuredsy eight wr rajat.u t
as mors favnrabls, and bis MtnJs were tilled
A thangtfer thl Worn.
Tb woundod man eontlsntd ia about the
aarae condition wltbont any noticeable change
until about 11 e'olook to-night when be was
roused from tb state of semt-eontolousness
In whioh be had lain for everal hours and was
seited with a succession of oonTuls'ons caos
ed by Intense pain, whioh prostrated hi lit
tle remaining ctrsngth and left him utterly
After tbsoonvuisions passed off, Mr. Broder
iek wa",oompntivly fre from pain and sank
baok Into a lethargio stale, which proved to b
th precursor of hi dissolution. IU rsluiui d
hit oensclousnoss until about 2 o'clock ytater
day morning, when hi reason failed, and b
ne longer recognised his attendants. Tb
band of death was resting upon Lira ; th
watchers at hi bedside saw and felt that It
was so, aud with tearful eyes they looked at
eaoh other and at tbe tbln pal face of tbe dy
ing man. The minutes moved slowly in that
breathlsss suspense His life-stream ebhei
slowly away, and at 20 minutes past 0 o'clock
yesterday morning th "golden bowl was bro
ken." Ths) oul of on of earth' honored
Bon had been oallsd by tbe band who gov it
and the form which it had once animated with
the fires of hope and oourage, and manly m
bit Ion wa left upon tbe coucb a lump of oeld
animal clay Broderiek wa dead.
asi.Tb Raleigh (N. 0.) Standard, in an
artiul upon the PretlJtnoy, says: W Norh
Carolina Lemoorata are not effected to any ex
tent by the feeling which prevails iu the o-her
State with regard te men. H agree on prln
oiple, and will not fall out with eaoh other ca
men. Sm r for Douglas, sum for BreiA
luridfce, some for Wise, gome for Iluut, siuie
for Lace, ome for Dickenson, and some tur
Dalian but tr are all for tht nominee.
Gen Jaekton SeMr!mit'T.Ylk9 would
have thought it ? It is nevertheless true that
Old Hiukory began his career at teacher
of an "Old Field School," In South Carolina,
and In that vocaliou earned th money wuloli
supported him wbRe be studied law- Tbis I
among tho many curious and unexpected faots
presented in Mr. PurtUn'a furtbcniin lifo
of Gen Jackson, tbe first volumo of which is
now in the hands f tbe j rin'er. Many em
inent Americans Lava beg in life as k::tert
but we hardly xpcled to And the iodom,U
bieher ef Now Orleans added ttb list. A.
Flovt $249 a Ban At the last aocounts
flour was selling on th island of Haytijattw
hundred and forty dollars per barrL That
loots like a high prie?, but the c;ooiy was
Ilaytian currency, whioh is Ilk our eld Con
tineotal money. About $29 of it arc werlh
one silver dollar.
$ 4,000 On Dovglt in Kentucky -Cvmt tip t
An article having appeared In tHe Lowls
ville Courier, indorsing a tattmnt mad by
a Blaok Republican paper, the Cinoibnatl Tom
merciil, to the effect that if Senator Doogla
hould be th nomigee of the Democratic par
ty, he could not carry Keutueky. We are
authorised t make Ibe following proposi
First A wtger of $1,000 that if Senator
Dougls I to nominated be will carry Eeu
Secondly A wer of $1,000 tbsl b wilt
ejfry It by It thousand majority.
Thirdly A wager of $1,000 tbat be will
carry it by ten thousand majority.
Fourthly A wager of $1,000 the he will
carry it by fifteen thousand uajorii,
All conditioned upon Lis nominal. ou, aud
a 11 th bets to be takeu logaher
Let the oppositionist, ty v . n. cpjio,
liter Demoorat or Opput .i, r ,'!
ba;k Ibeir judgouieut. Lo j i
Xfm Four ojioret uie
Vtabbtugusu, N C cs a, :
slave. Tbey ai to
tbe penalty for -