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iwrtr Mc.rt.lii. Aj.ni 11 t 1-ao
i hoc; Mi.
7 lie recent irtUiii in Corned brit, li'iode
1'i ', nu'l Wl.ieitnr-in, r. on l!iir(j pretty
t'. r ; anJ that is that lte aV,ioat.ii.tii is
pr ".wing somewhat stale and eop' i- fal
ling tired of it. It wn a wry iua- thing for
a while, tut it will not di to tic to V-.rr
it l saay t iin hat I'uhby-i" Limn If il.ti
i flic I', during tlie nix yt.ir-. it hn It 1 1
run, and about III aiu e uutnl or will I I '
hy-Cl" OUt ill til III' I t t Kit Jfl", Oil III" M...IO
thing The folly in l--i. n-ig t. t (ncn-
tiruiiH'd thi-onea i t pil.umi um J u.p Lai
grown too p arenl laiclc, mi l t!;0 J u! tic is ,
I ! ! g Ull.it UlOeCtld lb' i -T l',l' itlit. Siiiulny
i-.eusi.ionN of pnliiicul tiionits l.ai fallen ' j
' ui ; and st ramus ate rgniii piearhe I fp fi
' ! eci i till 0. There are no ll'n;g:.i't ni l wo
. ..us now, to search tl.t hie.l.wi.ji ctnl by
way fur political lm.. i jiii 'H, to nnd
M!il luw Icrnlo'iei. A ricil c!i '!,; h ii ,
t'll.l-ll .l0K .;Illlh'JW, Rtl'l tllillgl pf III:"- 1
Lave ai-sunn-d a i.'iffrrtr.t j hr.xr, litiTihc ci.'- j
iiti'.n of J.tlto lirown, from v.bal they J r - j
uti 1 a year ag.). la lbJ.j Wbcmiain ge j
- tlin.)-.nn. mij irity, or il.rre'ibi ulv for
' ' ' ' ' tii- Spring L'ltlurS .!ii'.i..
lr .tuc k ,c t.oiniiTC, was ilce'eJ C!ilf '
Juniiie by ri-r five thousand ui"Jnily. liJ
that in the three S'intes where thne wnt :
La i. JJ lit publican majority 1". 'C., there i
' Ti'M M .! ?t..i.' 1.at " The Clevelanl
l'innit,l h r i,t the -J I h tel the f liming
! -y .f Hue. Ihntiiii Mar-hull, which it
fiv u ;0.s lie cry 'n-t Ta Fiaiadtalfr
b i( it in this wie
In vrMni to tl.i.i try n few weeks sine
fron, ( it f ".niil, he rli'fpei oter irti lNiln
r. 8 iuri-hin(( ti:ifi in th Intirior, f-r
rlny or two. Jmt Iff. re liitinR ilifre he
.!!'! Hie ktalinn jti rt tn rfcrrV hia'i for
riervSno.l. The xrnt. n tall nnrl rrrjr.tt
' loi.V inn ti 'ir,jt iiimi, clie.hi-'l rierlni! fin the
an I Tiriit kht The lirilliant Kcn
tuiiii.iu ili'ln't mri'i rnt i i miiu I Ibu nay
(f thi'i k i'i "i.l l ii 'I iUilit slruci lii in
nu I hi- ii n I in ur -in i ul Itif ff nt A f-
l lr t.i' Ni le I p.in 'i Mi.dfill finnil liiin.
1 t. . I Ik r"." c-.i-J 'Jim, 1 waul liiut
j icrp i f i 'i . 1 1 '
Ii in t f .r ? ' r-Vp 1 the ut. fiiheJ i. tt t .
' "t"'.i 1 '.ul I r'i i Ii ..Vi' k.. ,. " ii ;) t'l fhnw
'f r h,y in It viluii'! ! " rui.l 1 v m,
i i ji . ! . .1 r i 1 ny
j Tl.-. 1 1 in. !4i i i"f n. !:; I r"l." ' l.i.- knt
t , ;i Iiji ir.ni I. i i.H'-. ! .!! t u i v i' v ol
' T'.:.. h !u?v fi.t u !' i ..t tl tr o, In i f.-iid,
' t e'l-ti t'y -
" vi' iiin'ril v f 'i i' ii 1 1.'"'.!
O l.iii ii r i f t','i; '(''',
UlCD-rl. i in ii'iir I ist !
1!jm wri" jU'-t i i 1 1 1 f I
n turn In If. f the !
u! 'he I..II K- ltl'.u.
of i li ( I -tct n,i. ll.
j ii'-n of lri""
I rtikon t'niiit
the rstriM ard
ii ta: t'rl, mij llic form
ii It. rt.l i.t ti. )ii;iJ
Tli- i:i moit Cenfnnc.
I'i' iitt!i2i ;i U t.i O.u t.'iiii U:n.'tl l.nx.'llii.
Aj.h.'.v, I'.i , Aiiiil 7.
Tl.'j .rmoii C. r.fi ri'i co cut.liuut'B m er-
pit ll ill titirt . iliCtf.
I'lmti lie irpnit- nin.ln tntho Coni'ir'n'P it
o..l I iij.iiiir ihnt iiue nt'i eniniiH have hern
Inu ie in ihc i'-l'-!ii .'ilnlce to the r.umliir
i f I tlii'ti-rii in il.n .1 onmi e of the riOTil-
Oti to let (.fjune, Illmjin will cro-s IDr
Nlonlmorercl Fill", ' Qirbec, anj aiio it the
midi! of the month, Niagara I'lnr it tie
fnmf thirty bnieineM hoarei in Jaekion
port, ArkaiM, comprisiof almost the en tin
hi.iinn portion rf the town, was hum"i! oo
the iO'.b ait. I.oft estimated at t UO.ODO.
Injured for C9.000, prineiply ia Itariford
The Hoo. A. H. Stepham, tat written a
lette proteetirg against the uaa bf bi name
at the ChirlfHon ConTrnlinn, ai eandi late
f . r (he l'rt'i.lency. He Ii a delegate t the
Conrntlon from the 8tal of Georgia,.
Tiie Peniocac of Missouri nominated Col
C. F. Jackson, p.i their candidate fr Q;ier
nor Douglafl? l -1 g:its to Cna,rlrnlon wrc
rL'ni'u from tie Ktiti.
Tco I "-p i Ij .ic".i:? of Kunniist chose rli legate"
to the l.liiuu ? ' nveiilion, on the 11th, and
inytructfd tlina tj Tula for Seward
liivnti ;.t!ir from F.ome Ktft' that the
major e xcoinui iciitiun will be roui onci'd by
the 1'ej ' r; linnt Viotor K'nunuel.
The Cliftuo tinpluud J Chronicle rtale.t thut
'Jnritig the &bt week a rulU of t'ie true Cionn
rncaid in jtwel, worlh ecuie thouHHn.li of
joiiml , the prop erty of an Doglihh noble
man. ha been tjliibitud at a ueigh.bo.iing
.mi lii-ii w. ni ui tr-i in.g at Jnln n ' e
Dun in Chemti.ig cmn y. New Voia. n v.:
iitlt, eloul two weeks e nce, tothr ehililien
tl one ti ne S!-..1 ha i been nintried but three
years, Lut during that time Iris pre-enud her
h iicl.itiid nith no lose tlineei little reppou-
ibiiities! the Erst year one, lb eci nd y er
three, and the le-t yen a'.no ihree.
The City of Brooklyn with iti 140 000
inhabitants baa g're Uefnocratio, electing
Mayor, Council, end City i fi".cer throughout
by rou"irg mnjariticf-
I'. v.-jtii" l''rr t"A.
r.n ling l : t' i"i (
HOME MATT IRS.
Cut I.t, oh. In it not about lime that Mm?
of oiir Dumer ua reailers, who hate keen read
ing the llnrahi for the lart six or tight monthti,
wi;i a drawing Ihoir aeueel Vit:, ami f.irking
OTort A. dollar trotn each wntld ccme
play juit now. Try it gentlemen! try it!
Mablix, thb Jew A new HiHgiout thto
ry On Sunday last, about the hour of len
o'clock, Jlr. Margin marched into town, at
tired in a suit of antiquated tucksiir, of a
very dirty hue, and with a revolving rille oa
Ii'ik shoulder. He is an Errli.shtnan by biitli,
snmll but compact in Btnture, lo.ka hearty
and r.'bust, i. nil about forty or forty five Bum
mers on.l au tqaul nun.ber of winters, Lnve
pansed over bis bend. He resides in Uakyla
Territory, on the neck of lnnd formed by tho
iuuu I b r
a!!:nity " in a li?f !e shaver thut live? f.otncwh.
tn the Big Sioux rivir. Her lifgn lord ilis
covered the iwiu ofnfU ItJ'ttdu, at.J e-jm-uiencid
at ence as our infotnuint Ucuincaily
expressed it ' to riKe bell ?" The male af
finity lied in the direction of the North Ptar,
while the female f.fiuity stilted southward;
taking with hor the "plt-Jge nf affection" be
longing to her we.Mcd lord. When he ascer
tained the direction thirg took hebicnnie de
termine.), lU'Epcrnir, delirious ; iit.l n'.ltt
threatening, raving and mealing like "dun
ui.t Miticii," iloieioiine d to pui'ue hit fo
gncious wife ai.d tjUe from her the little is
spon ibiliiy, ni.d then let L.riip.
f ht pri:r4 throuli here on We 'i.e- lay
iu i morning, and stopped at a house hboul i . ht
or nine inilel from this place; wl.cie tin w.n
to remain wntil jester lny inoiuiog, whin ihe
proposed taking op her line of travel.
At lh rmMenrr oftl r trt in, on th. Uih ,. , r
Re. It. W. Knl.ni. C.I. P.. TaV, of l V ... c, ,
lr II. A. Neville of tort Culhuuo. j
junction of the Hi I iHiuux liver with (he Uin-
A yiui.g lady at Mnioatine, Towa, hascxer-1 jou,. 8tlj carrig on ft dniry at that point,
ci- eJ the 1. tip year privilege with perfect sue- re.-idono it all alone in the woods which
a: . Hi r William hung down his head and cover that part of Dakota Territory, and must
blut-hed, but nld he was willing, aud should be some twenty miles from this place. Ho
hiivo nor ne.l the naesiloa himself if he bad
tTiI.'hVe'.Talienf' '" "" Ponk 0r' Lsdi fcMl Leaux that morning, in order to meet bis oppoinU
ll ii nrn!Ui!i'i i thi.t viriiroua etfurts will fti
the fpring of '(10 5,700 Demoitiitio i ,.Cl, l0 ,.,,- , jiM.)Hj,n ; conneotlon with
iiifjnrity a ehangeof S2.700 vote. If that
is rot mfficanl warning lo caution li'epih
liemn to stand from under, neit fall, tin y arc
1 HP. IIOMRST KID DILI..
This Pleasure Is In nhoui the sumc co-iililion
a a linn would bo after swallowing an ox. It
lies ooioiant in the Senate, and U only occa
sionally notloed, by th"Se having tho matter
in charge, to offer amendments that Vtiil tiuLn
the paisng of the bill nnythiug but desiiflile.
It will bo paused in some form or other before
tho close of the semiiuu i clnp-trap ili
Oa the 12th Benator Pinions, nm4o a motion
to take the bill np cn Tuosdny lant, ihe 17t!i,
and nut it on its Ennl ra'ng'. The nioti jn j
tlie ti'fu'l.ii and i.juri lions of rig Iuuu
Vuiing and ounipiitiy.
A wi-i kly ' er, representing this I ranch
of ihe M i iuuu ( Luich. is to be i.-i-ued nt
once, in Cincinnati Missionaries are to be
hi cured to spread t!.e doclrinos of the Church,
circulars were orlered to be printed for cir
culntiiMi e:iiimg the MotmoriS of Utah, giving
tho procou. lings of tins Conference, utid the
viuws eottn tniiieJ of Uiigham Voung aud his
Jut Pic 1th. refill ei to uiuihnn li the ririglmniite
i iiethi.oil, until an cpportuiiity is flnu
i hem to rorno back to tho bciuu uf the Hue
ADMISSIU. O V KASHAS A A BTATK.
A bill to admit Ultimas into tho Union ana
6tate, with the Wyaudolle Conntitutinii, p..ss
td the House of Reptci onlatives, on the 11th
Inut,, by a vote of 1.12 yens to lli nnya- On'y
three members from ibu Soulb voted fur tho
bill, ii ; Rarrett of Miriour', Ktheiiile of
renneasee, and Wi bi'ter of Mm; bind. lUt
rett and Webster are !'i iincriiiB r:.ii I'.tLei "nljrc
la an Ameriruu. HiekU-a of !!tw York, litijj
lUb of Indiana, aud Soutt o! California voted
aglnst ihe l :!l. It was immediately leporird
to tho Mi naie, and that body referred it t
io IIih n proiriate ccuituittie. U will pass
in a few iluyn nd be signed by tho I'rrdiJcnt,
and mo i-.oui.try will Le rU of lb at bono ol
HfcSTWI''. KN ;
Mr. Totter of Wisconsin, said something iu
the Iloui-o, rn the 11th iui-t., ia a colloquy
T'tth Mr. Tryor of Vlrpioia, that riled the
temper of the F. F. V. He challeugcd tho
Representative from the IUdgor State. Tot
ter accepted tho challenge, and, through bis
eccond, Col. Lander, named Common bowio
kulves as the veapouu. Tryor had not bar
gain I to indulge In a curving operutiun, with
the Wiscnnsiu man, proferricg of course, to
use pistols, be being ai excel nt shot; and
decided be eoii'd nut meet Mr Totter with tho
weapons imme.l, as they wero too buriuious.
Hut Totter would net mnko a ilifTc-rcat choice
Col. Lander then frupo.-oJ t fght 1 r;cr and
allow hitn to oho o the uaj-ous aj.J :i:m-:l.
dintanoe. The recoiid ol Mr. Tryor would
not listen to this, as tl.ey bad uo gi'.r.rrel mth
tiiu. Ihss th inr siooj at our latent
uutes freni Wiuhiriftos.
C'nurlklilp In Kgypt,
TspI aiiiuniu a young lady left Dundee for
Alexnuilria, to virit relations residing in thut
city. As the peahen;; .'is were landing at Al
Miiidrin, a r.chly nttired Turk advanced t
look nt tho arrivals, and seemed instantly to
bo Ktruuk it!itho charms of th damsel from
' bouny Dundee." Ho approached her ar.d
Hinliicdly flung a Btiing of figs about her neck.
The captain of the boat enme forward nud iu
fi i irie I bis btwililereii p.'.steoger that tho
Turk's gilt wus a token of ndniiration and nf
feotion. Tho ui ilier spneJily bee-nine ficrlous.
Tiirouyli i:d muditim of an Interpreter, the
Turk i.ui ore 4 into conversation with the cap
ir.i:, and inquire J the gum for which he
ould bo willing to sell i .e lidy ; he had nine
Mvea already, be raid, but could ho posness
tliisrictv beauty, she would be the Queen and
" Light of his harem." The captain, for the
sake of the jk", replied that be price was
u.ty thousand pin.-ters, ( about XO'JO.) The
Turk grurahli J ut the enormons demand ; it
was just double, he snlit, what bo paid for th
most huinl:,uin Cironssiau, (leorgiun, or Mlu.
greliinn, ever brought to the Alexaudriu maik
or. The cuptaui however Btuck to his price ;
Ju l ho the pai ties neparuied. liut on tho fol
lowing no iniug, nheu th capt .in was escort
ing r,ia u,iy tu iho residenee of her relations
the Turk n: vie lu.i appearance, and thiowing
tintt livr tig ueculiico around Iho lady s neck
intimated he wus prepared to give tlii! requi
Kiiohuiu! Here was a dilemma. Hut the
oaptaiu soon cleared biuiHelf. "Fob!" said
he "you're to Into ; I old her yesterday for
a thousand piaster iu. re ; n you've lost tier."
The same young In ly was married tho ether
day in Dundee. iVrrA Couritr.
0 and lie likewise.
It Is laid that Mr, L , a lady residing
in Lend ,-ii, who is a great believer in spirits
At two o'olock ia the afternoon be oom
taeaced bis disceursc, and tan through with
and their communications, lately received a ' a short sketch of bis religious career. lie
message from bur danght.-r, who died about a j used to be, he er.i l, a iicUy Methodist, but
year since, begging ber not to grieve any j out having implicit confidence in that fi.ilh,
more for bcr, as she was now perfectly happy, ; and not knowing v.hich of the other multi-
Te uuiler.'laud from the .Vf.Wsti'd'i, that
Judt- Wiikely has returned from Wicouin,
wbmc he bus hoen on a vi-.it, au 1 will soon
h"l 1 inurt for Wa ijinjion Onuulj ia DtEots.
T1I1C PUNS HX.ni X3!l.
Thiiu iustitutiou )noiais,is to suocccd
eil. Ti e .".ri-t express from tie OjldenSlite
"lntt Josnhatbait pat live o'clock
i - ifii i ii jiiii ef ih Uiu. It li ft San Fran-
e.i i i l.t 3 I. Tli'.a is pretty qui,-k time.
. . mm
I'm1 Vi' ta Lmim'ii will us ExrrMvu
trTi.. - A corr-pi.n,Unt of too Iu lepen I
enrt Il.'le p'ves the f. .-'.lowing aocount of t c
reremtpy to bo performe-1, in case the Topa
shoull resilve t) tmommuuicato the King of
Hied Via :
Ths c-rnuiny w.ll Uke place io St. Teter's
Churv's, with g-eat pomp. All Cardinals wi.l
b pru i i.t; IliO whole t'liureh. will be r- Pjj
with I'.mk; tho oiucifix. will h veiled; ar.d
lurches of ytilow urn .ll be l.fi'.'tc I on 1 ex
tiKgiiiFue i one ai'er anoi! it. 1 ln-rj '. 1 be
oce.iti in oi all till) l:i"ti0 col.'S
wu.it will alter Hurt ileptit to their
In llmllrl and 0 invent, rhirling tho Mi
ii re as they p'.is Ihr.nipa the city. Ihe
i'1-i.n !i) fvj ni ihii ii.foriuatiou uVtj
ti"i laiua tte ivnt.'iice of txcr-iim.ii.'.ir.tini
will ! ft tn uuce I ly the Tope Muii-elf, but
bv a cai-ii-jl w'.cctcJ foi lout puipoe.
A Ilt'MAKW W'omak. I.Hkt evening a drunk
en man was I,"J.ng on Morgan ctreet, near
sixth, so drunk th ;v he oould aot get up. Two
Btout lrinh girls were passing that way, and
oue of them went up to IliO f-How and lif'cu
him to a door step, where tbV raiocvuid oot
fall on him. When tho tad linrsO hh humane
act, ber companion asked her if the ntn't
ashamed to pick up t drunken man in tht
street, T. horn :h didn't know? The i eply
tvai r.orif y truo ht .i;eJ Irish girl, for rue
? ui: . "., o; Toi ui-t asiiMiial to do it kia itmsi
lor iiny poo.- o.-..tji-e, umi I don't care if I
know htm or aot," At she aaid this, there
wa.a flush tn her chstli, iuhJ'J by a sudden
flow f. om a pana briast; ana arranging her
dress, the pa.iiti on. Si. Louis Jlr;
Tni Wat cr trx Thamohksshp. One of
the performer. i iu the horrid tragedies of the
H.ibecpierre period, has just uitt a dismal
end at the tvge nf ninety-seven. A vagrant
ana' a bepgar for the last forty years, I axa
retx, being known as Tahliti Le Jinrbu, sought
and got fheiier iiiij wcrk st ths a?i.u of a
peasant In the hamlet of St. Hymphorieii,"
near Lyous. Lett nloue, bo was struck with
epilepsy, sud fell bead'nnn into the brniicr.
He bad been fnotolum Io the luisereant Canl
r,1n executing the fnimms Noyndes at Nu
te.i. when hiuuired of the Uretoiia were plun
ged iuto the Loii iu haulm aud haujouffa.
buI was just married to Edward, the Hlack
The prelimiuaries cf peace between Spain
nnd Morocoowere signed ou the 2-"th ult. An
armistice was concluded pievioiirly. A
batiie occurred on the 28d, on the road to
Tanglcrs, in which the Spaniards trere com
Duiing the session of the Coin in Point
Coupee, La., an owner of iiaves was convie
ted of cruelty nnd maltreatment, and the
slaves were, iu cpasequcnce and accordance
wltb the law, ordered to be sold. Such enses
are of very rare occurrence in auy of the
The Damocratio State Convention, whloh
met at Little Rock on the 2d, nominated
Riohard H. Johnson, Eei., editor of the Trne
Democrat, for Govornor.
Contracts for the transportation of army
suppHoa to New Mexico, were awardod to Rua
sell, Majors and Waddeil on the 11 th.
The steamer B. R. Spauldiug, amply provia
ioned, and with about sixty passengers, inclu
ding the delegates to the National Democratic
Conveutiun, and a band of mubio, left Dostsu
on tho 13th for Charleston via lialtioioio.
NOTICE IN CHANCERY.
To John Williamson : Tako notice of a pe
tition iu chancery, filed against you i:i the
District Court, for the third judicial uistnat
within and for the County of Dakota, and
Territory of Nebraska, ou the 7lh day of
April, A. D. I?(j0, by Joseph K. Fields, to
which petition you are hereby required to
plead, answer or demurr, on or before the
Hlh day of May, A. D. 18g0, the same being
the first day of the next term of said Court in
and for aaid county. Said petition sets forth
in substance that you did, oo th 17th day of
February A. D. 18iS. execute and deliver to
said Fields, as trustee, a certain Deed of
Trust of the fullowing lands, to wit ; The north
east quarter of south east quarter, auid south
eat-t quarter of north east quarter, of Section
number twentv-fivo, In Towuship number
twenty-nine, cf Raoire seven east, aud lots 2
and 3 of Section 2'J, of Range eight, east of
the Sixth principal Meridian In Nebraska
Territory, to secure the payment to one
tJeorie Wataou. of a certain Note of the Unto
of said deed, for the sum of $280,00, payable
tv said Watsou m twelve mouths alter aate,
:.' interest at 4 ncr cent a mouth after due,
aud thk prjw ot Buld petition is that the said
i.. he decreel to disoharKB said trust
J'0'. JT'J- of said Watson, by a sale of
JOT IliO UVUUUI . 1 g I
j . ; ' id nolo, uud fur geueriil
aaid laaa to sans. J ou" e
reli,!f- Ws F. LOCUWOOU,
Solicitor to.' Comp;.-umit.
April 7th ieriO-4-Tr'B fees, 6
NOTICE IN CHANCERY.
- Tciula.H M Vinsy: Tka notice or a
petition In chancery, filed against you, In the
District Court for the the third judicial dis
trict, withiu and for the County of Dakota,
and Territory of Nebraska, cn the 7th day of
April A. D. If60by William U. Lomn, io
tudinous sects to follow, he betook himself for
a number f years to praying to the Father
te enlighten him what courts to pursue in
order to secure his salvation. Eleven year
ago the Lord onwcred his prayers, and fare
warned k'.oi in a dream, that the faith of
Abiabam wes the tiling. Hie conversion to
the Jewish faith dates from that time; and
he has carefully abstained in the interim from
all food interdicted by the law of Moses.
After a lapse of seven years he becumo a
clean vessel, and nothing remained but to he
come circamoised. Here bo hesitated for a
time, but being warned again in a dreum, bo
circumcised himself with his own hands.
He also circumcised his two sous. II i be
lieves that Christ is the Eon of God, aud that
He will come again iuto the world as expeot
ed by the Jews. He was not very select in
Fmash vp I On Tuefiloy ls!t, as a Jehu of
a fellow was driving Lis chariot iiwn a good
sized mounMin, known as Tilgrim's Hill, una
wh;ch is a very steep ascent te go up, but n
very eteep descent to co:ae down, biscurric
ii?ar vehicle careened over, at a point in the
road marked by a curve, bulling the driver
into air and making him describe a parabola
of P7 feet curve btfme be touched bottom,
lie alighted as light ai a feather and feemed
pleaced with the tiip. The bujjy uas btuve
iuto " smithereens."
" Mink Host." Dy elose observalRia in
another part of the Jf ruld, it will bo icon
that Col. liates has made a Cenodick of hiin
stlf. Ho propOECs to make bis oViwi as a Ton
iface on Monday. He possesses all the .ual
itics to mako a good landlord, beiug attentive,
courtocus, and obliging, and if the Iloiifo
that boars his narce does not keep up its rep
utation, tho fault will not be his. W wink
hira enccesi in his undertaking.
Sink. The steamer OusLiun, viae snagged
labt Sunday morning, abeut eight or tcu
miles below here, and Bank immediately.
Her passenger aud crew wcro tak"n off by
the Emily. We suppose she is considered a
total loss. Oue of the causes of the accident
was a very heavy insurance on her, which has
sank many a boat before. As thw will likely
be a good buisineas the coming season, wo
take pleasure in informing steamboat men,
that this is an excellont point for operating;
as there is a forest of snags in the river near
hero, on which they can stave a boat nil to
smash, without any trouble, and in thort
Is it so?- We see by romeofoar exchanges
that the abandonment of hoops, by the ladies,
t ic choice of words, as he used a number of j js seriously mooted la fashionable ii clei. As
them not found in Webster's Unabridged ; and I we are no judge of such matters, of course we
the ase be made of them t-howed a shocking
disregard for Murray.
havo uotbing to say, oti'entive or defensive,
J why such a change thou'. l not be mu jo; but
He was portioularly severe on the habit of , must be allowod to remark that a return to
eating swine flesh, attributing all the ills that the sliib-uur proportion of the goddes Dido,
fle.h is heir to, to that " abominitable " pract- j or that of the female figure on ost dollar bills
ice. There were a goodly number of ladies of the Bank of Dakota, would be a great sav-
and a large crowd of gentlemen who listened
to a terrific tirade against the porcine tribe.
from him, with such nonchalance, that they
have been ashamed to look a hog in the fats
ever since, lie would not touch a. poiaci,
disemboweled or otherwihO, for five hundred
dollars; as be said if hi did he " would be a
deGlcil man." He asserted that " hog " was
not fit flesh for food ; aad as proof of its del
eterious effecis said that many persons
had "eaten swine fles-h and woke up dead the
next morning." The use of pork made him
logy," weakened bis physical powers, and
"loosened the skin on the top of Lis bead."
To prove the reliability of bis btatemcnts
be colled on the Lord to show bis power, by
bboworing down ruia within the utxt twenty
four hours. He had foarce ctusid speaking
when black, heavy, portentious clouds gath
ered in the west ; and several felt delighted
and thankful to the Jew, not for tidoncc of
tbe reliability of bis blateraents, but fur the
prospect of having I Loir fields well drenched,
which their spring grain so much needed.
The twunty-four hours passed over, and the
clouds passed away, but no rain full.
He will discourse ti".iu iu thif place oa the
20th of next tiioniu.
SlIOOTlMQ KXTHAOSMMAKT I A citilrin of
this county who lives below Omudi, some
w.iere, folt like going on a " tear." Ho gave
the ni4,;r ia candid consideration, und aftrr
due rcflec'on concluded bo would go ; and
accordingly wS. He poured bust-bead
down hitf throat and into bis stomach at an
enormous raje far a few days ; surprising ev
ery one, but the initiated, bow it was possible
sirer or demurr, ou or before the 14ib day of
May A. D. I(j0, beiag tbe first day of the next
It is expecte I that the Japanese Commies- term of aaid court iu and for aaid county,
liners wUl arrive a r.ir.tna, en route for Said petition sets forth in substauce that you
Washington, about tha middle "f Mar
which petition you are required te plead, an- i for one mortal body to contain euch a vast
ll g' !'..'.
did. on the 23d da of February, A. D. 1859,
f.i ty. tiiiriiiiMM (if MttiMirinr th rmviiiAnt to
Ju.lpo Douglan, oays tho eurrwpomlent of t Cofiiu of your crlain not of hind ef that
the Thilade'phia Tress, has gam deti'.arod date, for the sum ot ?' (io, in ono year
li.i ha will indunantl refuse the Charleston from it date, execute aal dulivtr to the cuid
that be wui inu.gna . Cotlira B jecd iu fee simple of ihe following
nominaton. if any attempt u mace ,o put nun ,
upiii a s'.uvo-ooda pint form, or upon the Ail- tot of St)clion UIUUr 20, iu Township twea- ,
, n..ii.trur.tiin ot lii DreJ Scott ii.h Uin.a number U. eavt of tlm Hutu
, . ; ' priuo'ipal Meridian, in Nebraska Territory, logs aud full length trees, and bearing on their
"CThe rl'Mnn in T.-rn'oa, N. J., on the lOtb, ' t,Ut b V,0"' lheU '"I I'1"' flbUtinS biW ,h Produotiun cf 'er' 0,i,B
110 V , . ' . u j., fl cutod aud dolivorti to you a bond lu th na- an(, M14atjn aiBCharg themselve into the
reunite in fie eho.ee cf Mi.ls, (Dem,) for , of Vsvaet t0 re eunvy said land to " , , ' , , 8 . x... ... .
i. ,0.. 1 y ev.r iJJ iiuijor.ty. you, upon your payment of said note, and ohwnaltf the far-famed Missibstppu and roll
" " . ,, , a r. ,t. v. Ptjor ef uid petition i that said convey- , eu until they mingle witn those cf tbe gulf
It... J. K Uu'.dmg Secretary of th. -Na- u; m aon BIlJ ,ho of Moiio-he app.oavh.d the bank of that
i.iv.,I". .. .,iTlui iliail si kii lain.lsasa ... . . .
vy uuati rt.i.i.. ,ttlJ l!U-J ioM for tue psyuitni or said note, J B,reulu uuj took a sad look at the umJJy luv
quantity of liquid; and hlly it terminated ia
a visit from the "snakes." At this point ho
became desperate, cod resolved to shuffle off
bis mortal coil. With a view of plunging be
neath the turbid waters of tie majestic Mis
souri that pour down lioui the suow-eaf pel
peaks of the Rocky Mountaiuv, nud sftir roe
audeiingin serpentina courses between high
1 and distant blulls, firming iunumerable ssud-i
bars aad unforming others, flouting down
iog to the lordd of creation.
That rchooi, ajais. Patrick Ilcury once
raid, vihen ilcclaiming against the wrongs in
flicted on the Biitit.h Colonies by the mother
country: "ne have petitioned, we have re
monstrated, we have supplicated, but iu vain;"
and added, if they desired to cbtain whot they
were talking about, " wo must tight."
We, too, "have petitioned, have remonstra
ted, have Bupplionted," for a Bummer tcbool,
"but !n vain." Must the youth of our city
grow up as grow the red man's j iveniles ?
Qentl'-men may cry pshaw 1 p:haw 1 but there
is no pohaw! We must have a school ; nnd
that pretty quit!:. If there is any point we
lack it is u disposition te be fistio; neverthe
less, if iiieu will not do something towards
tho ruliglifouiuuit of their obstreperous rrg
eny, " va must flgLt." fTitiiens not willing
to cnicur wiU. our cducitional viewu, will,
please, b p.-epured to taku off their shirts.
yi RANER Emily. This steamer pissed up
the liver to 8inux City on Saturday lust.
She discharged considerable froigbt at that
point for the meiehanti there, and then turn
ed around and came back to our levee where
shi ioaded i!li etsns fu for St. Joseph,
from the Tottery of tiiegkr c; tchurt at this
Tub LADirs vkiv is. On Saturday lft
ouromcewaa visitcl Lj Mrs. Dr. Graff and
Mrs. Cel. Mason. We hiiile J their advout as
a propitious npn ii aud sh.iU anxiously await
developments, I-Jay theii" sbaJuWi never
tt Hy 1 Turk, ntr Tarrytuwn. N Y , on th aud lor gucrol relief.
TlioMt' llSAsn, of Clevelaud, Ohio, who
i.ui been in lh habit if falling fr brsn.ly
and helping hiaibil', Mt tt iu.i. r iu Hint
citf.iu M'H'laj' last oraiik tooi'eeiof rr
oa,.t ia uii'-tiiin tor l.i ti tin bijoor, tiod
J r J iu t h iur.. a'triw.,'1, III "til of luO
.ky;"',. wUo rc '- !vt.- ' i.'-l i-j
3. i !
woruir-g of th tia iait.
T hy bat u old maids iu Japan ; when the
girjidoot get ui.urie. I voluular.ly, the author
Kiel hunt up a huabaod, aud uiak them Uiur
iy. U'ii ci- uwt viilliug. Th Japanese
kaow a thing er to it t'uJ hav bn wa'lel
is fir centuries.
Tho Uo Mev.eaa stuxer captor J ly
( j . J.uii.i, iu" Ai.iou lnrJ-1, will b wi'
1 i K t !Uui ritU the u.eu re.i.teJ.
W. F. LOCKWOD,
SnUcitor for Complaiuaot.
April 7iU lSC0-w-Tr' leo-i to
T.n i ill U a Puh'.l SJ at th Vtvir lmi . la
lik,.Oi l iiv, ou llir i.Ui ilnv i. iy uit. l il l't
I, tell ,av liul tutu drcuisl, uU . riuliri-l lu l,
mi try uUa t we, l His t fr. l.su I vnliia), eu Ui loot
ul Ausa.t, A. I' l"-J- In ui lull.
Tj .i ur -f B BTF-l.
M.,ii i'. :'. 4 '. i ,s .
uid before biin. What had watr ever dne
for him, that it should have the honor of eod-iu-
lis life t Nothing! I'e therefore detor
luinedou a different ay of ilispatcLing him
eelf. Stra:htwsy be repsired to a eo-kueker
bf bUbt-beaJ, and covenanted t deed hi in
oue huudreJ and silt) acres of lnd, if be,
(ouji-beaii No. 2,) mould ch.iut him, (bul
fieudlio. 1, ) stou dead. W have not beaii
l , -ii f then' nej,''ji.a',.vl..
Home Maoa.inb. We are in ro ceipt of Ar
thurs Homo Magaiine for April, bl'-J f'nd it
replete with exoellent reading. The e.igrav
ingin front of "The Leaaou iu Hmbro'ul ery "
is worth tho Biibscriptiou money alone. Uhig
Magazine ought to be in every family.
A ttkn Ti 0. Litioants. Let every body read
Barrett's LiJW Card ia another columu. He
proposes doing some thiugg as well as other
folks; help people to get into law, and help
fluisO out, Vtho arc so uufuttuuMe Hi to get iu
Flouenoi This magnificent Missouri river
sieuml.oat n ut our leiee, ou 'J Liu re Jay
muruiofT, an I after tiitchurginij some freight
fi ro'-.r merchant', pnst ed on up tn Mnuz City.
MicRTihr. --The R. v. Mr. Amu-bury will
pre.ich on Jitti'ly a. 10 o'clock 4. M., in Vir
tuo's Store.. Let ti.tr be a g?nd attendunee.
Alt msv nJ C u, "i-ll r nt I.w. l I'oi.i-a Olv, M n
County, Nl.riu.U lrnu,ry VV i1'. proaiptly alieii-l In
mi)' l.ui-iii--i, ei.lrn.-t. U lu l.l. cue ; licftlc, Iki.-iv. ".on.
in lin. i-ir lur ir.ij. iil kcil uun-ro-iii....,
ul cuiivei sa4 rsuut utility vnh Ui-fauti. 1
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT
It. wond-Tiul e(T..eU and font,viu..nt px-aturltT
rs-lh . no srtii !o In ths hlftnrj f th, .Vjf.rm v ,
ti. trrr xquired thk nine PtronaCs, eul j-rt'V
Ihe ranie nunits-r of srvere an I JiiTiTi-Dt test. T
met nil)-, no f..w illureK as thf Muttat,,; Mnlm."1.,
vroun-1... Cuts, Fwnllliips. ratus, lrusw,,r lltupVa,
en Mho or T.sa.t. It ! .o fsr a medicine , f fur,.r)V
virtue, that Physician are mtnpellea to pieseriu
and fr. m some D-iiiartsaMerurra or ( limit nj j,, '
t 1 Z'ttiviHtic cjm It h.ii rnturnly attraci.d B,u,h
at I. nth n from the frit sclentWc miniln of tbe .
f,.n.'rrep afford to lie without a bottleoflli, Mu.uni
Mi lnieiit Io ti e Iioum. Wore nf imit,t!irmi
The fcnnlneii icld t-y refpecti.lie dealer I.. , .,
of the world. ''
HAKXF.S A P MtK.rr j,rl. to, a, s.,t(.rk
STATEMENT the rinannal Cvni,,,,., r
Dakota Cvuitti, Jfrftrmbi) Tnritory.
To Amount of tVarrauta iiyued to
January 1st, WO j..j
rty ADH.nnt if Tn.v for yn&r lii-i ."U 2$
JAMES W. TlLrffK,
(JIM). H tiftlKr, M. P.
PhvaMaw a-j.l rnrgeon. Cffle la th Batei noun.
1 akoUCItJ, N.T. "
POTATOES FOR SALE.
I have on hand Pour H andrcd lluihela of )
arli etsd varielitu 'Ihey will he ai.lillow aad Id quia,
till, a to luit puretiiiaet.
'J SBO.B. ORAFF.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
'.OTICE is hereby given to nil persons havinz
clsirns ajjainst the estfit of John Tilgrim,
hue of Dakota county deceased, thatthey tin
require! Io lite tho mrafl together with the
vouchers thereof, i the office of the Prolate
Jndpe for Dakota county Territory of Nebras
ka, on or before tbe 1-t di.y of May, lfcW)
Given nnrlir my hand (no fcesl beiog pro
vided bv the ceuuty ) this "rth dy of March
A. t). 1SU0.
A. II. BAKEH,
Ii HKKlIir lilCKX that 1 ill literal uV.c nln,
to the highest lid Jer, in the Vlh day of May ui.
betwuon the hours of & o'okiek, A. M au1 d 0'iUuk l
M., at tbe d or of tLt Court Huuse, in O-ketaCiij. k.
T., f tbu nnioiir.t ol th Uxsa ll en.nu acembi. fit
the year Ni9. Ilia folloa ing d -m rlbod tmcH sf lad
iluad In Di.k jta County and Ttrrilsry . t Ktln-'.a
i'arla of Sections.
vr hf of o a ijr
a lif a w ir
d a (r 1 1 a v aatt
ijr of n qr
aud Lota 2 and 3
n hf of a qr bi w bf
of a ijr
a sf ijr if n e qr and u
w qr of a e ur
Lot 1 aua hf of ii
qr cf a e qr
n w qr of a e qr, bit s
a qr ef n qr aud a
hf of a a qr
w hf ol d u u,r and a bf
of ii w ur
a a qr
Lots a and sal a hf.
i f o w qr
u v qr
c hf "f a w or aud a hf
of ii w qr
a w qr of n w qr ami a
hf of n eqr
I a qr ol a w qr, it hf
of a w qr soil n w qr
of n w qr
n qr of a e qr. e hf of
n e qr and lot 1
Lot 14 1 and n hf, aod,
aw s w qr of aw qr
Lot 2 and 4, aud u w
qr of a w qr
n w qr
Lots I, 2, S, 4,
a hf of u e qr and n hf
of a e qr
e l.f of u w qr
u w qr of a w qr, w It f
an. I a o qr of n w qr
a w qr
A lit el n e qr aud w hi
i.f n w qr
e hf ci' s e rjr nnd w
hf of s w qr
n w qr
w af n w ijc aid u
bf rf n o qr
n Lf ol s e qr and s
w qr of n e qr
S bf and u w rr of
n w qr
w hf of" a w qr and
hf of b e qr
w hf of a e qr audu
bf of a e v
w kf i w qr and e
bf of s e qr
w bf of s qr and
e hf of s w qr
n bf of s c qr ar.d
w qr of u e qr
Lots U, 3, ui,d s e
qr of u w ut.
H' of" e qr, s
qr of cw qr, u e
qr of a w qr uud
U w qr of s e qr
n w qr
e qr of e e qr und
n Lf of n or
Ji hf ULd s w ur of
s w qr
e Lf of s w qr uud
w nr or s o qr
n o ir
Lota J, 2, S, and.
n e qr
a C qr
u w qr of n w mr, j
e qr of s e qr,aud
e fcf cf u o qr
a 11 ol'u e qr aud 8
tr qr of a e qr
Lctb i 6 nud p v qr
of s e qr
s bf of e w qr, n e
qr t f D W qe, ;u J
ii w i,r of u v qr
s hf ot u w nr, s e
qr of u o ' f, aud
U v qr .f t tr
S idi 9
1 27 8
27 27 8
2 23 5
16 2H 9
11 27 8
33 29 9
1 2 8
9 29 7
10 U9 7
3J 6 11"
HO o i--7
n H ir"
Wkma Cny, jiil 7th 1J
28 " c, k