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Murilar Morilt. )"" 'Mil "l"
1 HOC KlUftta.
7'ie recent election in Cnriieet'w'i', Uhn le
!''t ', 11 ul WiaeunMii, prove on lYu' rrl i jr
l!, r f i and that ia Hint llei jMieat.u-iu is
pr wing somewhat elalennl pcop' aie ge!
1 1 nil tired a( it. It wia a very niix1 th'tng for
a while, lul it will not da to tic 1a V.ir-y
an I many it man Ui hobby-i- Limn !f into
. I'ice on it, during t lie nix yt.ir. il iiai b ! a
luu, and about t lie lat e uutnt cr will I".' I '
uy-c'f out ia the ueit two yenn, on th" miiii'
thing Tho fully i i b-in.iig to t cri.cn
br:.ii,id tLi'iirii") "I plitimi um J cap La;,
(rown too n hi rut 1hi.1v, mi 1 th j -il t i - ie
litmiiig uiiiltl nicocnd n,' cr t'.i. J, l.l. Suudi.y
i n-as!on f noliiic.il thelitis l ai fallen i:i'o
'!:gi; and n rtnoi e ni e r j; liu prenehe I In ?
'! ' ecii line. There 'u in, L'.'.'grapt ni l o
k .u now, to search the hij;!.-i)H end hy-
in fur political liuutoiiri, I" mi.'I
ff.ilii nw lurritu' ies. A picil c!i i ! n
t'lleo place hdiihIiow, r.nl things jn tl i ( 1
Lave assumed a different j hnip, titirc the i io
ntim of John lirjufi, from what llicj jrc-
u.'i 1 a year ago. Ia lbSj V.'tsc:iusin e;e
i ve t'lnmnn.l nnj i r i t jr , or therciti.ui' for
.' ' ' tli in Spring Litlur 8 .Dis'.i,
l'rr.iocm.iC in lu'ipee, rn ilcc'tJ Chief
Ju-iiov by cvrr f,"c thousand uiejouty. fcio
that in lh Ibrre S'latcH where there was.nt
la :. ti C;iu Kepuhlicaa lis ! j r i y In '5f,, there
is no"i hi llio Spring cf 'AO 6,700 Demootatio
in;.joiity--a ehangeof 2,7O0 votes. If that
is nut aufficant warning to caution Itrjtih
lieans to stand from under, next fill, they ere
T H V. ilO.MF.STKAl) U1L.I..
Thli niemure Is In nhout tho puiiie condition
m abnn would I'O iifif-r swolloiriiig en ox. Il
lies notninntin the Eennlp, uuJ Uonly occn
ulnniilly noticed, by tbne Laving- tho imiitcr
in charge, to offer nirnJuniots thut v ill inko
the pivsengeof the l ill nnytbiug but dt-nuMilu.
It will be piisned in uraif form or olbt-r bi fore
the clone of the enniuu in clnp-lrp t;bl e.
On the 12th Benutor PuiiIhh, m.i4o a motion
to take the bill up cn Tuonilny lnut, the 17th,
nnd put It on It finnl rnvngo. Tho nioiijn
ADMISSIU.V OP KANSAS A S A BTiTF..
A bill to admit Khiihoh into tho Union an a
State, with the Wynudott Coimtitutinn, p.. tu
rd the House of Ucpiesontaiivei, on the 11th
iHt., by aToteof 1H2 to 73 nnje- Or'y
three n. embers from thu South votvd for the
bill, tit ; IUrrttt of MiMtiiir, KiUcridK,' of
7nnreee, and Wi-bfti-r o Mar; . IhuJ, lljr.
rttt and Webster are t:incruik uiui Ktbei i')rc
in an Amer'.ruu. Mt!.lv3 of litw York, l.ug
liph of IndiHiid, aud S-Jutt o'. Culifornla ruled
agiiml the bill. It whs imniediatoly rcporw d
to the Hrnnie, end that body referred U t
to lhn sppri'pr'iutfl commStti-e. U will pmn
ia a few dayx and be llctied by tho I'rr jiik'nt,
and I no nii:.try ivill be t cf that bono ol
TI1K l)liICl'LTV IHCTWKK1 Mil
I'OTIKIt A9ID Hill. lMlXMl.
Mr. l'oUi-r of lYiaconniu said uouiclhing iu
the Houee, en th 11th int., in a eolloijuy
with Mr. Tryor of Virginia, that riled the
temper of th V. V. V. lie challoegoj tho
Representative from th Ib-tdgor Statu. Put
ter acoepted tho challenge, aud, through hi
eccoud, Col. Lander, named common buwio
kuives a th weapon. Pryor had not bar
gain I to indulgo ia a carving operation, with
the Wisconsin roan, preferring of oourue, to
use pistols, b being M oxcolleut shot; nnd
decided ho eou'd nut meet Mr l'ottor with the
weapoas named, aa they we.ro too fcurlaius
Hut Potter would not mi: 1.0 a differcut ohoioe.
Vol. Lauder then propose J ta tlghl 1'ryor and
allow him to oho jt j the weapons niij nune :b
dintHooo. Tho recond ol Mr. Try or would
not listen to this, a they had no quarrel with
fcira. Th .'- matter utouj at our latest
liates freni Wa.'hinp ton.
fe uuderalaud fiolu thu Xtlo jsh'j-i, thut
Judre Waliely baa relumed from Wiacousin,
wboie he hna hocn on a viiii, nu I will soon
ti'ibi csuri for Wa hiiij;iou Couiity ia DiSjIs.
thu rojia Ktruuaa.
Thin luw institution piiiiaiaj to euoreed
i ll. The r.rst expreas from lie Golden Stite
.''wlatSt Joseihatba.l past Uf o'clock
. ' i - h'ti .noon of ib Ut'u. It lt-f l Suu Fran
. ( i. Tuia is pretty quick tit.-.e.
. . .
I'm Vn'Toa LiiiM ii will us ExroMMU-;
sti'itt.,1 .Y ecrr"ponJent cf the In lepend.
enr bVlge gives the followiiig aocount of t c
reremany to bo performed, in case the Pope
jh ml I rest Ire to exeommuuicute the King of
Thacreniojiy Jl Uko pUae io St. Teter'a
Church, wi'U groat pomp. All Cardinals wi.l
kpre.ei.t; tl.e whole churoh will be bung
with b'.aik ; the crucifix, wUl be veiled; and
torch of ytkluw wax w.lt be l.g'jts 1 r.nl et
tiDguifhe l one niter aunt! r. 'I br wi'lbe
n g'ini.1 roe.ssi 'U of all tho l r)jilio pr U.-i
to Ho u. , wua will allerwar i d-ip .t I to tln ir
in lunj-teri' a nd a invent', ehaetiug the Mia
Mirtu they pKse thror,ii lb city. Th
fi-i-va who f.avi) Die vui. ii. formation iioe
fii laiuk the ttnti'iic of extfcnimuuliiKtio'i
will In prjn;uuti by lha l'up biinre'.f, but
liy a caiuii:al bc'.ceUj for that puipose.
Tli'Mt' llvnASti, ot I'levelaul, (lliio, who
i.n lo-eu in the habit i f r illMig for Uran.ly
and helping hioibtlf, nl a i.; ug .ur iu liial
City, i'U M-uday lit'riik taoioeetof fre
oaoi to uiistuki Iur bi tevoii l.ifuor, end
dird U two hour., nterwi.'t, in Mil e i f liie
( bye'e'srs. who fre 'ta l:i.t-'v ni'. I lo
hj ai !
" li'M M a rial's I.a'T " The riee!an I
I'iatnpenl Irr uf the 4th tela the f. lliwing
! 'y if Hon. lhomss K. Mrlill, which it
pr'.PMi:icn I'm orj li-l. Ti I'iniolealfr
lii it in Ihit wir :
Jn c"riin(t to t! i (' y n (tm woelm ilnce
frnm (ii r'ntnii, l,r ffpp"! otfr irti lloln
Witrt, a 11 iuriliing Tillnt in th lotfrior, rr
nr tno. Ju.it bfd're lrn in tli're k
ilii'! the ttation ngrtit to rV: rk hn Tnli'-e for
('lriUoH. The himiI. n tnll nnd verdnrt
looViug ri-'ing until, tlm.krd Clelnd tn the
n!i m. I ciit r The lirillimit Km
trnkiin itidn'l etnri'r im '. i einud thin way
( f chi'i:h:i;c, Imt n -.'kI Ii ii tl.out l.t ttruc Ir.lu
n u I ti M i n- I in lur-tiilol llif (pnt Af
trr n i to' Mi lf I rp n t 'i MmMikII found liiiu.
1. ,k )nrr," p si 1 'J . m, "1 wniit tliiit
irot f f t M . i '
in t fr ? ' r'lt 1 tbf u'ti I'iilied i.j-nt.
' ''"II I '! Il .Vc N.. ,.t"o !l fO hildW
f r n.v . fl in 'K vilmi'i " mid Tom,
!'! H . ( rl ?; ' Til v.
Tht r-l iii' J- i "' i
t '. ) u .i ' r mi li i
T'.u.'r t i ' ::. m, i ,,
m't ii i ') -
" IV ir-i! y p'tt! ii
t l.n. nT f l-; iv.
i n: 1 t"-!." ' l.i.-lcno;
c! i-l y i r.i vcvn l
ti fro. u; i p iid,
!"!! f'ii'cn of Itk
I u: 1 ritkon t'nlnt
U'.cp-m r,v in oiii i ibi ! "
ltit jiist tin t I" i p n the utiert apd
ri f ii i ii In li.: f t Ii c ti . n hi. ii I'l l, iiinl tlic form
of i ho t..l: K"irnv iii lom ltd ut tlie htaJ
of i li pi 'c h.-i. il.
7 lif nt moil Conference..
Il tin) i.'i j 1 1 the (tm !l:llitl l.rflln.
As. II.. V, l'-t , Aplil 7.
Tl.o ?! irnion (' lif. reiao cjMiiiuob ia eca
ri' ii in t i s plucu.
I'loui the irpo! N niniln to tho Cond rcn'P it
would nppinr ihc.l lni;;e accereioiiM bin been
uni.ie in the He-li'iu Kiniea to the cumtur
i l' I c!iv v. rn in ihn d otrini M of the tioti l
w. ii. r, S mil ling, or, in other wortin, Ibe Joa
tl.uiih ri'i liilini".
It ii r.rn iu;;C( ! flint vignroun effort will at
(moo bo ni:i! tii il'M-Uim i;ll conneotion with
tlio tfftcl.iif olid operation of Drightiru
Voimg and uimijmtiy.
A mi kly ppi r, roprennntiiig this brunch
of the Mi moil lliuuh. U to b i-fucd nt
once, in Ciniiunati Mi.isiocarie are to be
Hcourtd to hptead the doctrines of the Church,
circuit' were orlt'red to l printed for cir
culntioii ii'nong the Moimi'i.s of I'tth, giving
the proccu.lingH of thin Coiifreuce, and the
Tiew eutei tniiii-d of li.-ighatn Young aud lua
Jo( x;t!i rofii; cs to unuhnrcli the Erlphan.ite
j i ii'i'tr.ood, unlit en rpprtunity i piven
ihom to romo buck to thu bokuui of toe Hue
C o ii ri hIi 1 1 I u K jiy pt
IaPt atitnniu a young lady left Dundee for
Alexaudriii, to timt relations residing in thut
city. As tho pnn-ctigom w're binding at Al
i j-un lrln, a r.cbly attired Turk ndvanced t
look nt I li o arrival, and seemed Inetuntly to
b Hlruuk vith tho charm cf th damsel from
" houuy Dundee." lie approached her and
MiidJedly flung a Btiing cf figs about her neck.
The captain of the hoot came forward and in
formed bit btwildereii pnsteDgcr that iho
Turk's gift v. us a token of admiration and af
fection. The miiitcr epoeJily beoame ncrlous,
Tlirmn;li the iiiodium of an interpreter, the
Turk i u tore J into conversation with th cap
tain, and inquired the sum for which h
would bo williii;; to sell i .a Udy j he had nine
ives already, be raid, but could ho possess
litis new beauty, ghe would be the Queen and
" Light of his hunto." The captain, forth
siik cf th joke, replied that he price wa
Mi.ty Ihomand pinjtera, ( about X600.) The
Turk grumbled at the eunrmons demand ; it
was just double, he said, what ho puid for the
moat handsome Cironaeiau, (leorgiim, or Miu.
grl. inn, evi-r bruunbt to the Alexiindrin mark
u:. The captain however Ktuck to bis price ;
un 1 so the panic separated. But on tho fol
lowing ni'-rniug, wUcu th capt:.in was escort
ing the lady to tho rosideiiee of ber relations
the Turk made hi uppenrance, and throwing
Riiothsr fig utoUluco aroutid the lady's neck
intimate I he was pripurcd ta give tho requi
site turn! Here waa a dilemma. Dut the
imptaiu soon cleared himself. "Fob!" said
he "you're to lute ; I eold her yesterday for
a thousand piasters lucre; bo you'vo lost her."
The eame young lady was marriod the ether
day iu Dundee. Verth Courirr.
A IIi'mahW Womah. Last evening a drunk
en man was Ij" JnK 011 Mdrgau street, near
sixth, todrunktliAk heuould not get up. Two
utout Irish girla wcrd ;'sing that way, aud
on of them vent up to IhO fellow and lifted
him to a door atep, where thi' ruin could not
fall on him. When tho had dunO 'lii humane
act, brr companion asked her if .cbo wasn't
ashamed to picl up a driinken man in the
street, whom h didn't know T Tho i.T'y
was worthy r. ti ao-ht' .i ;ei Irish girl, for ru
r ii'. : " Mo ; j di ii. t m i.hmi t to on u kia.iiioai
for any poo.- Oi-uaturu, utid I don't car if I
kuow him or not," Ai she said this, thre
wa.ia flMsh i n her chack, lUu'd'J by sudden
flow f. om a warm breast; nncj arranging ber
dress, eho p'tsui oa. Si. I.uuU 21' f.
Tn Way cr tn THAtisoHKssoii. One of
tho perfurmeiK iu the horrid tragedies of the
Robespierre period, has juist lutt a dismal
end at th aiie uf uiuety-bcvea. A Tegrant
and a bpprar for th last forty year, Lau
ren, being known a Tablitx Le linrbu, (ought
and get belief this cch et ! iHid of a
peasant in the hamlet of St. Sympborieu,
near Lyoua. Lett aloue, ho wa struok with
epilepsy, aud fell bead'.ong into tha braaier.
H bad been faototum to the luisereant Carri
er, In etfcutiug th fiiinon Noyade at Nan.
tea, when hundred or Iti ivretmia werepiuu- ;
ged iuto the Loir iu bilebw aud bandouffa. j
t. i .. ...i.vl i!.bL ti, AiiRneea laimlaa
i.i is (
loners will arrive ot P.nwiaa, n route for
Washington, about tha niiiWIe uf May. I
Judge loi:glrts, iy the correspondent of
the Philadelphia Prcas, hn again dculared
that be will indignantly refute th Charleston
nominton, if any attempt ia luad to put him
upon a s'.uvc-oodJ plutforin, or npon the Ad
ministration ooiu-tiuctionof the Drod Bcott
The rlectipt io Tiea'oa, N. J., on the 10th,
resulted iu the choice cf Mi'.ls, (Deia.) for
11,. k J. K. Paulding 8ertarf ef th Na
ry uudv.1' l'rt.i iant Tyler, died at bi residtac
H V.j J Park, UKtkt Tarrytowo. K V., ca th
morning of th till ial.
Thy hav u old maid in Japan ; when the
.'irU.l.mt .-ct lu.irried vjluutar.lv, the author-
f .. m
itict hunt bp a huabkud, aud uiak them mar
iy. wiU'i.g t willing. Th Japan
kw a thiug r two if th? lav bean wa'.lei
in fr ecnturie.
Tbj Iso Mexican lexxrs capwrei ly
C.. Junta, cu Au'cu L:xrJ wi.l b u
! .i to tUiana riJ the Bieo ri itej. j
f)n the 1st T June, H'lndin will cio- itir
.loiitniorrcl Fn!!, a (J'lebec, and a'.io it the
middle of the month, Niagara Fivtr at Sf
Borne thirty hniaintM hoase ia Jek ion
port, Arkatsa, comprisisg almost th entire
huisines portion of th town, wa huroed oo
th 20ib alt. Lom ent minted at 1 150,000.
Insured for C0,U00, principly ia Hanford
Th Hon. A. II. Slphen, h writtao a
lett protecting gsint the u of hi name
nt the Cbirlrrton Conrrntiun, e a .-ndi Ut
r, r (he I're"idency. lie ii a drlegnte t the
Contention from the Stale of Georgia.
Tiie Pemocravy of Mi.i-ouri nominated Cel.
C F. Jackson, ci their candidate for Oof er
nor. Douglass drb g:iteg tu Charle.iton were
rbf 9"u from the htntc.
Tbo lUpuh.icr.ns of Kannag chose di lagatei
to the CIjiiui:) vi.uvrtitivn, on the 11th, nnd
instructed them tj tote for Seward
liivritii ivt'.trs from Rome utale thai the
iniijor czcomoi ication will be prouiUncod by
I tho l' i r '.' -i ii nt Yiotnr K'nanuel.
I Tho Clifton r.iie':iud J Chrouicie rtalnnthut
'duriLg th pat wrk a relic of tot: true l-iu
encaned iu jewels, worth eoui tliounnndi of
joond , tho property of an Euglirh noble
nine ha been exhibited ut a ueifliboi ing
e iCTt r.t."
A your.g liidy at Maioatine, lowt, has cxer-
ci--ed the b np year privilege with perfect sue-
9---. Hir William hung down his head nnd
bltn-hed, but euld he wa willing, aud should
hive poi ped the question hiuieelf if he had
I spunk euouch. Ladies with bashful beaux
go and da likewise.
It is (aid that Mr. L- , a lady residing
ia London, who is a great believer ia spirit
aud their communioattons, lately reeoived a
message from ber daughter, who died about a
year since, begging ber not to pricv any
uior for her, as she wan now perfectly buppy,
aud wa just married to Edward, the Iilack
The preliminaries of peicc between Spain
nnd Morocoowere signed on the 2'ih ult. An
armistice was concluded previously. A
battle occurred on tho 28d, on the road to
Tangicrs, in which the Spaniards tvtre com
During th session of the Court in Point
Coupee, La., an owner of slaves was convic
ted of cruelty red maltreatment, and th
slaves were, in coaitqucooe and accordance
with th law, ordered to he sold. Such cases
are of very rare occurrence in auy of the
The D.imocratio Etate Convention, whloh
met at Littlo Bock on the 2d, nominated
Riohard H. Johnson, Esq., editor cf the Trae
Democrat, for Governor.
Contract for tho transportation of army
su?p!i?s to Nhw Mexico, wore awarded to Rus
sell, Major and Waddell on the 11th.
Theetaamer 8. R. Epauldiug, amply provis
ioned, and with about sixty passe ngers, inclu
ding the delegates to the National Democratic
Con volition, and a band of mubio, left Coetnu
on the 13th for Charleston via llultinioto.
NOTICE IN CHANCERY.
To John Williamson : Tako notice of a pe
tition iu chancery, filed against you in the
District Court, fur the third judicial uistriot
within and for tho County of Dakota, and
Territory of Nebraska, on the 7th day of
April, A. D. l?u0, by Joseph N. Fields, to
which petition you are hereby required to
plead, answer or demurr, on or beier the
14th day of May, A. L). IBqO, the same being
the first day of the next term of said Court in
and for said oounty. Said petition sets forth
ia substance that you did, oo th 17th day of
Febauary A. D. 1869, execute and deliver to
said Fields, as trustee, a certain Deed of
Trust of the following lands, to wit ; The north
east quarter of eouth east quarter, aind south
east quarter of north east quarter, of Section
number twentv-fivo, in Township number
tweuty-nine, of Runic 9 seven east, aud lota 2
and 3 of Seotion 2'J, of Range eight, east of
the Sixth principal Meridian in Nebraska
Territory, to secure the payment to ore
(ieorze Watson, of a oertaln Note of the dte
cf said deed, for the sum of $'.!HO,Q0, payable
t,. said Watsou i twelve mootns alter aate,
:. interest at 4 per cent a month after due,
and thC prjer of uid petition i that the said
i.-:..! i.. " be decree! to discharge, said trust
J.!... "'.K of aid Watson, by a sale of
said land to ..ii..f? "'d n')le- ttud for eeueral
reU,i VV F. LOCK'WfiOD.
Solicitor to." Compl.-Uiut.
April 7tk 1800-iw. Pr'e fees, f w
NOTICE 1N CHANCERY.
T TTiulSm M Yiseyt Take notice of a
petition In chancery, filed against you, in the
District Court for th the third judicial dis
trict, within and for the County of Dakota,
aud Territory of Nebraska, on the 7th day of
April A. D. ie60by William li. Coflin, to
which petition you are required t plead, an
swer or datum r, on or before the 14th day of
May A. D. 18u0, being the first day of the next
term of said court in aud for said county.
Said petition sets forth ia substance that you
did, on th 23d day of February, A. D. 1859,
for the purpose of securing th payment to
t lid CoCu of your certain not of hiud ef that
dale, for the sum of f J6i (H), in ono year
from its date, execute aol Utilizer to th i-aiJ
Cotlira a deed in fee simple of the following
deacribed lauds, to wil ; The south east quar
tet of Section uuml.tr 20, in Townsbrip twen
eight, Range number 9, east of the Sixth
priuoipal Meridian, in Nebraska Territory,
and that the said CoQ.u, theu and there exe
cuted aud delivered to you a bond iu the na
ture of a Defence to re-euuvey sud land to
you, upon your payment of said note, aud
the pryer ef suid petition ia thttt laid couvey
aueo may be decreed a mortgage, and Iho
said loud sold for the payment of suid note,
aud lor gsutrol relief.
W. F. LOCKWO'tD.
Solicitor for ComplaiuanL
April 7th lSC0-4w-Pr's feus $6 tu
T.ui lll U a Pol .it SJ. at ilia iajor a Ofltr. la
Kuk.-lu tlly, on lli till dA of lv ul, of all Lola
llch Lv uut bwa U(vuh1, toil mem riubrrU IU IU
entry uaUa Ij m. at tin I t. l.uj V Ui, I'll Uia loUi
uf Augtt!. A. l. IsiiV. Xvriu iab.
l'j ! Jr of B BATf.
M..ii oi !.' .1 1.1 J'.
nlii-ii w..n in re-i'Jiiig t Join n i i V p
Pun in t'hemti.ig cmn y, Nw Y'oi,
ii ill, about two weeks t nee, to thr" childien
it one t'.'ne ha i been nisiried but three
jean, but during that time b in prt renud her
niiKloiiid with no in mi tlianerea litlie reKpou
ibililiet! the Erst year one. the eecend ysr
three, and the lat ye a!no itree.
Th City cf I'.rnok'yn with it 1 40 000
inhubilants bn g'T liemocratio, electing
Mayor, Council, end City (fT.ocra throophcui
by routing miijoritie.
HOME MATT I KS.
u ell oi'T. Is it not about tiro thnt pom?
of onr numerous readers, who bur bri'u read
ing the lhrabl for the lmd six or tijht months,
wei drawing thoir weiif-el ekins, and forking
orerl A uollar irom ench would come in
play just now. 'i ry it gentlemen! try ll !
UABfLiK, THI Jkw A new HiHyiciU thtn
fj On Sunday last, about the hour cf ten
o'clock, Mr. Merslin murc.hed into town, at
tired in a suit of antiquntcd buckskin, of a
very dirty hue, and with a revolting rille on
bin shoulder. lie in an KrylishinHn by birth,
sniiill but compact in stature, lo. ha hearty
and robust, knd about forty or forty fire soin-
niers end iiu equal nun. ber of winters, hnve
panstd over his bend. He rcViJea i i Pakuta
Territory, on th neck of lund formed by tho
junction of the Rig Sioux liver with the ills-
I touri, and t.irries on a dairy at that point.
Hi, re,idono is all alone in the woods which
cover that part of Dakota Territory, and must
be some twenty mile from this place. IIo
traveled the eutir di.itance, by Held and flood,
V . ki 4. U V!"1 ' -J Ul VV V Mid UipUIUIT-
At two o'olock in the afternoon he com
menced hi discur;o, and tan through with
a abort sketch of his religious oaroer. lie
, usoi to be, be sr.i l, a ncl-y Methodist, but
. not having implicit cotDJeuce In that fuith,
, and not knowing which of the other niultU
tudinou sects to follow, he betook himself for
a number f year to praying to the Father
to enlighten bim what course to pursue in
order to secure his salvation. Eleven years
ago the Lord onswered his prayers, and fore
warned him in a dream, that the faith of
Abraham wss the thiug. His conversion to
the Jewish faith dates fiotu that time; and
he has carefully abstained iu the interim from
all food interdicted by the law of Mobcb.
After a lapse of seven years he becatr.o a
clean vcf-sel, and nothing remained but to be
come circumcise J, Here he hesitated for a
time, but bfiufr warned again iu a Jrem, be
oircunciaed himself with his own hands.
lie also circumcised his two sous. lie be
lieves that Christ is the Eon of Qod, aud that
lie will come again iuto the world as expect
ed by tho Jews. He was not very select in
t io choice of words, as he used a number of
them not found in Webster's Unabridged ; and
the uee he made of them thowed a shockiog
disregard for Murray.
He was particularly severe oa the habit of
eating ewine flesh, attributing all the ills that
lie- h is heir to, to that " abominitsble " praot-
Ice. There were a goodly number of ladies
and a large crowd of gentlemen who listened
to a terrifio tirade against the porcine tribe,
from him, with such nonchalance, that they
have been ashamed to look a hog in the fae
ever since. He would not touch a poikei,
dit;embowele. or otherwise, for five hundred
dollars; as he said if he did he " would be a
defiled man." He asserted that " hog " was
not fit flesh for food ; and as proof of its del
eterious effeols said that many persons
had "eaten ewine flesh and woke up dead the
next morning." The use of pork made him
logy," weakened his physical powers, and
"loosened the skin on the top of Lie head."
To prove the reliability of Lis eUtements
he colled on the Lord to show his power, by
showoring down raia within the ntxt twonty-
four hours. He had marce ceased speaking
when black, heavy, porteutioua clouds gath
ered in the west ; aud several felt delighted
and thankful to the Jew, not for evidence of
the reliability of his slateiueuts, but for the
prospect of having their fields well drenched,
which their spring grain so much needed,
The twenty-four hours pasBed over, bud the
clouds passed away, tut no rain fell.
He will discourse sg'ttti in this plaoe on the
20th of next mourn.
SlIOOTIKQ KXTUAOXPlMAaT 1 A citilOD of
this oounty who lives below Omudi, goine
were, folt like going on a " tear." He gave
the raa?t,r candid consideration, and after
due re2ec.'on concluded he would go ; p.nd
accordingly wSt He nre.d hust-hoad
down hu throat and into his stomach at an
enornioua rai for a few day ; urprisiug ev
fy one, but the initiated, how it was possible
for one mortal boa to eontain sucn a vast
quantity of liquid j and t.ially it terminated iu
a Tiait from the snakes." At this point be
became desperate, end resolved to ebuffle off
bis mortal coil. YViih a iew of plunging bo-
noath the turbid waters of the tukjestio Mis
souri that pour down from th suow-eappel
peaka of th Rocky Mountains, and sftir me
andering iu serpentine courses between high
and distant Muds, forming innumerable sand-i
bars aad uoforming others, floating down
log aud full length trees, and bearing on their
fleeting bosom the produotion cf every olive
aud season, discharge themselves iuto the
channel ef the far-famed Mississippi, aud roll
ou until they niicgU with those of the gulf
of Mexico he apj.iooe.had the bank of that
streuiu und took a J look at th uiadJy liq
uid before bim. What had water ever done
for him, that it ahou'.d have the houor of end
in: bis life Nothing! He therefor deter
mined on a ditLorent may of di -patcLit.g Siui
(lf. Straightway be repaired to a eo-auekcr
of bust-head, and covenanted tJ deed him
ou haudred and sixty aores of Und, if be,
(bujt-bead No. 2,) would bhoot bim, (bust
ficud Jo. 1, ) ston deaJ. W have net hear!
t itcit ef ihvii' LeJuti.t.vU.
l ' i 1 m k pt i l ' r" r pi i 'i .v i .
roi'iing i.i f. "!. ' . . Hiun I b i
ffinit " in a little shaver that live? somewhere
ou the Big Nionx rivi r. I!er lipe lord ili
coiered the trniiu iniiy. ttd'Hdu, Ht.d r jiti
menced at Mice our iuforunml Utoinonily
expressed it ' to r iie bell T" The mule nf
fiuity tied in the direction of the North f tur,
while the fennlo nfUuity started eouthwnrd ;
taking with her the "pledge or tifTection" bo
longing to brr we.bled loid. When he ascer
tained the direction thir ga took ho b cuuie ile
terniice I, di cpcriilr, delirious ; nr. J nfUr
thrcntening, r.'ivirg mil weaIing like "uun
i ut.t Hitieii," ilotei mined to pui'ue his fu
gtieinus wife niid talte from htr the Utile re-
spon'il iUty, m.d then let L.riip.
the rTsrd tbroJk'n bete on Yelt.P:
and stopped at a house about i. ' ht
or nine mile from this place ; wbcie lo w;ih
to remain wntil yesterdny moiniiig, wlnu she
proposed tiiking op ber lin of travel.
Fmash rp 1 On Tuesday last, as a Jehu of
a fellow w a driving Li3 chariot iiwn a good
sized mountain, known as rilgrim'e Hill, nnd
wh:ch is a vcr steep ascent t go up, but n
very steep descent to cotne down, bis curiic-
i.ur vehicle careened over, at a point iu the
j road marked by a curve, hmliog the driver
into n'.r nuJ making bim describe n parabola
of P7 feet curvs htfoie he touched bottom.
He iilifchted as light aj a feather and eeeincJ
pleased with the tiip. The bajjy was b'.ove
into " Bfuithereens."
" Mimj Host." Dy slose observation in
asother part of the llruli, it will ho tecu
that Col. Uatcs has inndo a Benedick of him
self. Ho proposes to muke bis drlmt as a Bun
if.ice ca Monday. He possesses all the juul
itics to mako a good landlord, being attentive,
courtocus, and obliging, nnd if the Hou.-o
that boars his name does not keep up its rep
utation, the fault will not be his. We wi.ih
him success in his undertaking.
Sink. The steamer OusLiun, waesnaggod
last Sunday raornine. about eicht or tcu
miles below here, and sank immediately.
Her passenger and crew wcro tk"n off by
the Emily. We suppose she is considered a
total loss. One of the onuses of the accident
was a very heavy insurance on her, which has
Bank many a boat before. As thw will likely
be a good buisiness the coming season, wc
taUe pleasure in informing steambont men,
that this is an eicelloot point for operating;
as there is a forest of snags in the river near
here, ou which they can stave ft boat nit to
smash, without any trouble, and in tbert
Is it soT We see by romeof our exchangee
that the abandonment of hoops, by the ladies,
is seriously mooted li fashionable ii clei. As
j we sre no judge of euch matters, of course we
j nBT0 nothing to say, ofientive or defensive,
J why such a change bhculd not be made; hut
. must be allowed ti remark that a return to
the slnb-uur proportions of the goddesn Dido,
j or that of the female figure on one dollar bills
1 of the Dank of Dakota, would be a great sav-
ing to the lords of creation.
That school ajai.n. Patrick Honry once
pr.id, when dcclainiing against the wrongs in
flicted on the Diitit.h Colonics by the mother
country: "we have petitioned, we have re
monstrated, we have supplicated, but in vain;"
and added, if they desired to chtain what they
were talking about, " we must light."
We, too, "have petitioned, have remonstra
ted, have supplicated," for a summer rcbool,
"but in vain." Must the youth of our city
grow up as grow the red man's javeniles ?
Gentlemen may cry pshaw 1 pohaw 1 but there
is no pshaw! We must have a school ; and
that pretty quick. If there is any point we
lack it is a disposition to be fiatic ; nevetthe
less, if taen will not do something towards
the enlightenment of their obstreperous prog
eny, " we must Hglt." Citizens not willing
to concur wiU. our educational view, will,
please, be eparod to Uke off their shirta.
Steamer Emilt. This steamer passed up
the river to Sioux City on Saturday last.
She discharged considerable .'ruigbl at that
poiut for the meiehants there, and then turn
ed around and came tcli to our levee where
sha loaded with eiuu Vfiira for St. Joaenh,
from the Tottery of Zieglcr Ai Uchart at thia
Tub LADirs vieiv vs. On Satnrday last
our office was viaitel i j Mrs. Dr. Graff aud
Mrs. Cel. Mason. We hiiile J their advout as
a propitious cs;tn sud eb-tdl aoxiously await
developments, tfay theiY shadows never
IIomb Maoazinb. YVe are in re ceipt of Ar
thu is Home Magazine for April, Bi'J Cud it
replete with exoelleut reading. The e.igrav
ing in front of "The Lesson in l?m'roia ry "
is worth tho subscription money alone. Ii his
Magazine ought to be in every family.
AttbxTiO Litiqants, Let every body read
Barrett's Law Card ia snot htr column. He
proposes doing tome thing as well a other
folks; help people to get into law, and help
to so out, who arc so unfortunate as to get iu
FLnuEMca. This maguificent Missouri river
atvauibuat wis at our levee, ou Thursday
moruiuf, and after discharging eonie freight
foro':r more.hafts, paired on up to t-ioux City.
MaHTisn Tho Rev. Mr. Amasbury will
preach on Sunday a. 10 o'clock V M , in Vir
tue's Store. Let there be a gimd attendance.
Alt- niev snd C.-ui.aelli r at Law, at I'oi.ea f lt, IMion
County, Nebraeka larritory. Hill promptly atieud to
Miy Oui.i ne-n ui.tr a - li d to liii civ ; ivste lan.le. xr lu
in, U'lIh.., piiv isxas lor mid.tnti and uon-ri-liei..4,
aud coimmM and rvwiit uuuMy vita ditpauli. tt.
. it t ,
At th fel.lrnre oftl e M !o, n the Ifth - V
r-. It. W. KnLns. (.1. n. ra ei ef i .v ' ' 'h
Utf II. A Neville of fort Calhoun. X, T. ,0
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT
Ita wnpderiul efferU and eenaequnnt p.pai,r,
perh sea no artl Io In the hlntnrj ef tti" .V..u,r,a v'
fj. erer a, quired th. same ratron.,;.,, M ,u)jwt" '"
the fame number of .eTra an I t liferent tet. ,. ,'
no t wit), o f-w tiilurea aa tha MuitanK I.iaiu,, ",.
I n. Juslljr l,.-.n etylei n r.nacea fr eil u .
vroum's. Cut., Fwolllnfs. Iffralns, trufce.. Kiupii. u
i n Man or I'.eat. It ! o fsr a me.lidiie of ,W,ri..'
virtue, that Pliynlclanv -o eo-rprllrd t() picwrlu
and fn m P. merei..arl-,nM,.ruri f of iT,mic nJ p '
''-"" " H " pnlurnlyattraetca aiu-K
Mt. ntl.-n from tlie frit wlrntlflc mlmle of tbe a. v,
fMiil'.vran afford to ho wit hout a hottle of tha uiuii
l.lnlment In tl.e hou. Jirtmr, nf ini(,
The genuine ia iold ly rrrpecti.Ke drairr. ,- rl.
'ftbeworl.l. 1 '
ItAKN'ES A rAItK,rr i,r!. to,.. S.T,r.
STATEMENT cf the Financial CUnd,u,, r
Dakota Cwnf.v, Jftbraak Tfrrikny.
To Amount of ?' arrant if.'ued to
January 1st, ISfO -..TTJ c
J!y Aotint f Ta Pr yonr lo-i ....7H
JAMES W. TlhTtK,
UfcO. H. (iKAFF, M P.
PhyrHaa n-id Furjteon. OlHca In the Battt IJi,aik
POTATOES FOR SALE.
I hare on hand tour Han.trcd Itmhila of h twt
eli-etd varietiCTi 'i hejt will to aold low anil !o uuia-till'-s
to f Hit punbuaet.
J cbo.b. ORArr.
NOTICE TO CHEDiTCFU.
'.'OTICE ia hrrebv eiven to nil oar-inn limine
Iclsims Sfainst the est.it of Jnlm T'lVrim
L'late of Dakota county deceased, that they nr
requtrea to tile the fatao topjttaer with the
vouchers thereof, in the office of the Probate
Jndpe for Dakota eouaiy Territory of Nebraj
kn. ou or befur tho Jstdi.y of May, 1&0
(iiven under my hand ( no heal being pro
vided bv the county ) this 2-tb de.y of March
A. fc. 1SG0.
A. H. BAKER,
13 Hl-'.r.llir tilCKX thai I U1 eff.'rat suV.lo ul,
to tbehliihent l idJer, tc the 7i!i day of Bj oi
betwiion tbe hours of 0 o'clock, A. M nu4 i oMiak f,
M., at the d u oftl.a Court House, in P-koUCi!j, K.
T., for lb amount ot tku Uxu tl -nan accruiat, fvr
the year 1KI9, the folloirin din-rlhad trt vf lad
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