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The f. HuW.Yit f lri:r-t frcm tl
:p a rrow
w ili slnnv how our highly srnitivp frii'ito?
mcnt tn ifk- tr.o of hv tts, sliowimr (ho ah-
solule natural nilvan'i.'ics of Ili-llcvicw
lie superior to those of Or
" Ini'.ian lni-.iii.iiai U-n. la lian !o:n Iit.. In
ilian trod.'ri. p.iirn'kius ioal cute, li u p liecliiii-.
us anil our 1 ii.i"l an. I u 11 1 v rra 1 1 v .l.tnurct '.'
Mpi-cte.l.' 1 he,,. ,, no at-rral. ' Th- fiat h;,
k'niie liirt tl. I!.','i-te.l from I'.lint prcilmr tit;l,t
(tinl jirivi li'iri'S. or where 01' u lien 1 i.-e 1 .1 I hi
itef.-ii, hint "avi'th not. Sni,,ly that stuml
i,i ii ji i iea iMiic", Him Ian i-ii'iyn ol,p (kiii.' i,
tr. I,n l'.ai.,, I II I ...1 ,' ,:. ..
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t'-mlei's. lrelian uiissiiarii ii' ;o.i all (hat is ina.r-
laliient. of nil rii.T.'iiifi...'iit lo ration, tliatfi' -
culi.-uly I.I.-sm"! ..f al jri'iihaily rity
c.ii. 1 Kelp 11. hut v re.illv want 1"
i-' v 1 iic ij et 1 1 1! i,-i, 1 s viiia a re;er:i waialiu (. itv
I y il.e afte: iia. iitiiita.l lioinii al.le.'
It is probable, if not qaiite rerlain, that
e classes sncarinrly alliiitcl to by our
iNtlii-aska cotcnipui-arv, liave as nuieh
f utctiess ami 5,-K'acitv as (lieiii-ieli s. 1,-
fide a prcat deal more experience in new
countries. It i.s a fair presuinp'ioii l! at
1heir juil'fnent sliouldbe equally ns jjood if
Hot teller, than thai of those who thus
Piicnrinply allude to ibern. Instead o!
liiiswermp the argument based on (be fact rallndiilr.i is "sc lni-mmitbly, cdicient au
llmt He'.levicw was chosen when il, and ; tbotiiy," See. Now in ti c nunc of 00m
Omaha, wore rqual'y open to choice ; thry mini euse, and honor, wind has the time
sneer about ''cute Indian missionaries, j ,r frequency of our issua t0 do will
Indian teachers, ar.d Indian traders hav-j an ar-umcnt show ill' that Omaha City is
inpr rejected Iheir " hi-My favored site."
The fact is 011 reconl, that the pioneers
who etitne to this country, rind had the
vrrc m cs :- - :- 1. - v
1 . ..
Hirin ;n r'ei i.l .a -
a n to niMi:rTti U.m
orof Uellev lew w br ii they miht just
8 well have bad Omaha, if they hud
it the In st place ? There w as no
Council liluir City, Sit. Mary, or any other
place in existence at that li.nc t.j inhueime
the choice of the ear'y settlers. They
M.' de choice of Ikl'ex iew on occotint of
W hat it of itself was and not fn rn necessity,
t.ot fjom iis absolufe posiiion but from
ils rcsciirct'i and tidvantrges for a setile
Bien. The settlement of Omaha took place
tinder very different circumstances.
! Uelleview had been tnken possession of
thirty-five year before, and was still oc
cupied. Other sites had been taken pos
session of, nnd other towns had sprung up
10 exert their l'llliicnce in fixing thy J
: cnliiy of that place. LltiT City, located
that place, and not its merits.
We are told by the Arrow that w
iii.l nt ay wlt "peculiar rights and priv-ih-cs"
their "highly favored place" was
cut o(T from, or when it was rejected.
Tor their beiiellt, wc will endeavor to
make up that deficiency now. In the first
place, it is mt olT from the privilege of
having been ihe first to be chosen. Il is j
rut oil from having a right to claim natural
upcriority of location, and resources.
Ai to the qiKStinnof time when this
rejection took place, we have shown that
it lock place mure than thirty years agm
when, as the Arrow sat,, the '-before
Jneirtioned honrables-' made choice of Jielle-
iew instead of Omaha. The. Document
ure found in the age of the settlement, and
in the settlers that have lived there from
that day lo tl.ks.
It ppear from the following extract,
that our friends think themselves rising in
public estimation, from the fact, that some
who "formerly favored oilier and les fa
vored points bove and beLw," now de
clare Omaha to be the spot. W e are as
urid on pood ituthority, that even in 151 nil
Cify, tbue is as niiiiiy in faor of
iew; and could he as much money raistd
to build it up, if net issaiy, as there could
le for their ow n phic.e.
"Hint it wall be mnl di-sencn tol U fatm c
rupitol of .Nrtia. Uii, a T-n .m y unit hute,
ikJU01.lliir.il Winch lifit only (i.,a Uern aiiilliC
triouiij er iia e tin) pi a.',Mtioii tr ii,akp a
city vile of it was nilei I j.nt, but fven (lice
who ,avs favored ul'n r ami Ini favoie.l pidt es
aliove mnl below le:r Cine hut? ikchueJ th.s
to be tli proper ipot.''
IV ! doulit wbeiher t ight lines cju he
found, ,,n reco".!, coiit;.;;.ii,g its tiiiib
than the il' Ve. Tl..':t Oma?. i.i (. he the
Ti,n:.'f at. J Sta'e of N-
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'1 ii i i.d w. AW- l.-.;i ;i to Ii vr
v, :.nl kin'w uli.it we t.i'l
o n l'i
u i mi wp ."! I or; i t in c.i.mis oi ui.
I' 1 1 . f c.Uiiirv. I:i o'.f si' !,.(. el
Wil l l' li I' I'l'IO-V. ''Ut U ll( tl Oil' 111' M'S
m iliv ii'".'vv :u! tl.c j.l.i.-i' Hi' lir.ni-.'li1
into c.!!i.. i'i.-.'iM wiili ()in:il::i Ci' . wc tire
no l.ini;. r "Li !.nv." U'c knew of tso
1 p'a.-rs li"l.w i vi'ti if yo'.i
'.1 (Imvii in !.'. r ;.- I u't l.'.il"iiry. .un.
j it is s.ii.l ' It niiiiitifiiciiires tin !iii'tii!
I on'v mu !i i s nni; i.f tlirir own free will
j ami i.ri i'ril.'" S.in !y 1 1.s.t is a wry sii g-
u'ar w.'y of ln-.tiufacturiii fricmls, 10
inal' mmc, n! such i s rnim; 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1
Wi cur i.i ','liii.n ii
lliat I'laci', s..
f 1 ii inls. are u 1
v: "I.s originators iimL
UiVulll ' - f oi'i...t
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m e iijii.n t!
"r " 1!k 01
t w .li'inini-. i-ii, r.'jiita-
nlial n finn lhinj- it is to ,a c ! .
mmc inn nisiiiMTcsii ! ji'jemls to i.o 1 '
1 ... .1: - , 1 t
Y l.earti'v c.iii:: r:'.t ulate our la!
itiioii ihcir forliiriu'c r.c(iiiai,,n lruni t he
- , ., , I
i l'n M''" '' '""i'-'ral'li! r...s';es i, ,
1 men, sh e
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', C'l.pitaiis S.
Olllll.l-I 1 ll,M
,y otir roailer
that in what
we have lonm 1
t ly said re-
1 . .1
.' sl"'ttllr IilS Ul?e
ml On, .iia, we have
: sari mil. .111
respecting the cha.-iicicr of
lliiir ii.li;,lr.i.;i!s. Ve iniended to, mid ;
destmbe, iiie (ompriiii c im ris t
I l''ce I,lilt rs
! Ji'u nislea-l oi answerui our frpiiiuent j
' r(-ir.ec'inir this i.b.ce, they uttcmiit lo di-
; v;rl ihe public mind irotn thn plin e, to
' '' J fopY w ho w ciipy i( , ;.ml the ins: ru -
. n" "t 1 ' w hich its rcputa'ioii is defended,
Thev seek to hi.!.. t1,..',r l.oteroe.s r
j "pint under I he low garb of irony. The!
t tie u. nl place 111 XSH.raski..'' We Co not
pro'ess. tu be unite enoiiIi lo sen what it
lias to d? with the q.ir,.,,n, whether it i.s
)..i.1WU1 gemi-monlhly or semi-aimually.
I 'e Ktiall i..n.hlde Inn article alr'ad
, .. 1 . xrr-rr--.,x . f - ., J
brief com D.ll isoll between (lie inlintiilauts
of Oinaba and IVdcvicw. We shall q..te
the words of the Arrow for an account of
" A mmii nlnn. L.,n rr,.,, i,,.r ..-.i-.-. :. .
eiil.v i uir, wMea-vuko, titl ii.7''.r.al f, el,r.
exi'.ls for miles aroii,.,i U5 lo re, vaI.IcI, an i..l I
wi,! nhcn we tasi- ml., eons. .lerat. 011 thatl
iae siuers ai re, in f on.t ct pneml li.telli-
Vt.ip ami moral wordi, rannot be li.-atrn in
ti, States iiibko tl,;., t!i fn,ct and best 1 1,1
Such is a description of the people of
Omaha, such i's magnitii le and business
Now supposing this description to be true,
suppose the inhabitant to be i.ngelic in
point of inlelligdii e rnd moral worth, and
that the business was equal to that of New-
York City; what has that to do with the
'king in questi ,n?
A brief recount of the inhabitants of
i5c!!e iew, as indicated by the Arrow, w ill
bring this article to a close. The people
are divide 1 into various classes, trcuera
ami species. J licse consist :
First, of "Indian missionaries, Indian
teachers, and Indian traders."
Second, of "sagacious Indian rgen's
sanctimonious Jiniian missionaries, and
teachers of clastic couseii nee."
Third, "sycophants, hirelings, and dom
Surely it must be confessed j,at the
latter classes form a strange 101 trust will,
lhc active, intelligent and refined ciiizens
of Omaha Ci'y. We should infer, w ere
we not acquainted wiih the facts, th;t,
Omaha Ci'y was lhc place to go, to find
prodigies of learning, rcfineiruint onJ
Our good natiired brelhien of the Ar
row, sjaak of hillings, sycophants, le
pendaii's and domineering capitalists, as
peculiar to this place; well, supposing it
to be true, what has that to do with the
thing in question '( If h LJ anything t0
do with it, it would work i gainst j ou as
well as us. The principle men of Oma
haand there is on'y a few- of them are
all "hirelings," tl. remaining classes be
long either to the sycophant or dependant
Tnt lUi u aovnv Tut 1 y. The New
Jh unswiek, Nova Scolio, imd I', im e I;d.
ward's Island Legislatures meet on the 1st
Sejiti mber to consider the treaty for reci
procity of trade Letwviu the I'nitcd States
ar.d liie Ui iiisli Colonics.
bevciid f oiumunications are crow
ded r.ut for the want of room, as well s
ot uc vsi.
1 V., !.
conr.ryro'aKNCE cr the PAttAticat.
7, ;.( n'.V IhtiHol.'S'tl
(; I il
. 1 !,!.!: r 1
N r -,v VnRK. Ai-. - i. i.
'1": l i e i :i Vii-r in New 'l'lv ci'y
!;i !. ."i'i. in "tr ' - i''s V '.111 in
' i drill-.' (In! T..t:l''. C'ril C S !! .
ii.-i.r i'ru.k'iit. I i!":i't iiifan l y ciiriosi-
lii-s. l'i' l,:ill;:.r HI" ljJ.:i..li l.U'U.'y.,.;i".
ulii.-li I1.1W uiii'ii .'"l.-'.'i'y li l!' t f.lifici'.
'i it I t-i".-.ii din Inim-iiiity v.liich t --li'li Uji
i i vj !o df tin m' I 11 r ". -i'i i i 'i'i stum-
" I wnl's. Vi.'li ' i-j."li,:.'i! Iiu,iPlieil ('i
i Ti'iir, .. last wi'ck, rat" on 0111-l,i.(-i
r, i.ti.I ll-B si:t of tin'
I it-il in i-i.'ii'i-s well riM.-ii.l inn for lii
1 1 rouliii
Tl.cri! ii no ili.lir'illy in (j.'ttiiif.'
,), ,irs..r(. r,j,.. iliii incr lliad. y, Lail-
into t! i' inM.U' court, ami ttonci', m'c
tliivi'-stniy jik-stciril i-i'.i.Ves, (.r (he p
c.inni..i la'i. 11 of J'lis.iiii'r. Twoi'RU walk
corri'lors win cir. rr-c in-ciy,
1 t .
1 i!(hiis. wi li liii' pri.ni
1,. a 1 I. l
. i s Tl 1 v arc allow nl in m ive :.t:
: .1 :. . f : ,. f.-i. !. ..nil Hi
tliinir from jsi'ors 1
I mofh h
"i j Tin- m
"1, end 11
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jj'amls, was foriii-r'v
liamii o.ior s.tii arii s in mai vi.-imiv. iM)
. . .
( ! j.risotn rs are shut t;;i laic for.inore than
'a ,.,,!, r tw.. r
i!.''..,i',il a "l
tire ions to Slate 1 ri- 'ii coiiii'iciniin! .-- !
I Ti l l . w t.ivjt,.rr e.i'i!l. ..t.i1 i.-ill. 1
: tl r . 1 i , 1 1 1 r it .. P. r.,ur' nn.l l'... i
' ..-r ...1 1 .i 1. .. 1 .11 I
,i'iiiii 1.111 1 11 i'i". 1 iv 1 1 a k 1 1 1 '
w i ll an I re-hm in shr.t 1:
".au.t en 1
'lallery. for thirty d..s, ia dcf..ult of .flO
fine. He said, that, if In-had dtily three
or four iLILrs, to fee a 'Toml's lawyer-'
he could ct out the m t day, I uskcil
! I;im '.,ov thai couhl In ,e sai.l that it was
jilone ( (rv di-y, and l iti'c l that tliere was
it tl Ulnl' rsLiiliditi be! w ei n
j coiistiihlcs and lun.kt s.
1 liavj i n po si- I
i e e idem e it i so, 1 ,ci n' that m rsons
it 1 ' . 1 1 I 1,.
I 1 J
, 1 nai'cu w 1,11 luir'iary, assaun, i-li -.. are
' s 'u! " i:i (be Tombs, and ciiim out the
: "txt kiy, with passes for which tiny bin J
1 I1"' 1 of money, to lawy er, varyi. ,
j 1,1 "'""unt with the lu.ture or the crime.
! Tin; Irishman with whom I talked sef;n-
cd to be a good-bearlcd lau.tst nilovv, and
I was sorry for him. lb; bad struck a
watchman, while jolly with bad liquor, ami
was now shut up with a pickpocket and
burglar, a young fellow with a illainous
half-breed countenance, sentence) to biutc
prison. lie seemed to see my clearly
the nils resulting from the use of liquor,
. .iu cApressco earnest desffcUial mere
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"' f1"1 uu a ii"in 1"l',ur lv. s lnnkiig
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t-i-U, mho st M" l. ......
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liln-cif i,I,d treat others,
' M,t,i"c 'i.n i.nn. U (; , p, rm-
! V1" tHn8, win. 1, is il e
! !,'rUf;''h)n oi the Irish laboring popuiii ion.
11 ; .. . - i 1
lhc Ucrmans, said this inan, "are dif-
fer"";i every man g:ts what i.e wants
himself, and 11,5s far it l.im-. 'f.
ul"u 'g "S, 11 one .rieg I:; jav 1, : nt!!
money, and does not trea'., '.ey Si. Jie is
the mealiest Irish; .an tiny ever saw, find
he state's a good chance of being killed
wiih a biickbal. The only way a man
can save money, is to keep close an 1 know
nobody, (ill he has saved J; jO or 3 CO, unci
then run away." It is a pity that (his
really generous and nobly -hearted people
could not be taught a few lessons of fore
sight and economy. Till they learn these,
they must always continue to be "icwcr
of wood and drawers of water."
I, jour corrcsjioii lemenl, happened to
bo a witness to a splendid co dlngratioti 111
the lower harbor the burning of the
j .Mey (ureii, during this last week. You
have probably seen a detailed account of
the catastrophe before this time. I wai
on the Norwalk, returning from Covey
Island, that curious pile of scotiritig-sand,
when a red ILme shot up, far out on the
water, which immediately attracted uni
versal attention, and the Captain of the
Norwalk, with praiseworthy promptitude,
immediately put out for the binning
wreck. It was a splen lid sight. The
May Queen, a well kno.vli excursion
boat, had just gone out iu the morning, ac
companied by two barges, carrying out, in
all, a parly of between one and two thou
smd persons, frum j;cw Yoilmul Drook
yn, on a pleasure excursion. There she
lay now, run up.:i the Statcn Lsland shorty
and burning nearly to the water's edge
The w hole beach was lined with specta
tors, and a long hue of black heads to!).
Ling up and down in the water between
shore and the barges, told nhat w assroing
on. It was a funny sight, uiim'nigu'ed by
any terrible circumstanci s, lo see scores
ot terrified todies, plunging frantically
into the w ater, and waddling for the shore.
Il was not more than four feel deep nerr
The City Inspector L.s presented an
immensely long repcrt on the subject of
-New iork Alilk, which is enough lo turn
the stomach of any man, ho is disposed
to consider with any degree of fastidious
ness, the ingredients o his daily food.
There is a very profitable trade driven by
ll.U V.IU V...I. .li i ll - I .1
' irHi.,f ., ,1 A ,, ,
itiLu co iiU Ui&ll- diiti.'ery !tq. I
".-..ow , n ou ictu liuij-l.
I'll' i.' New Vim 1 en
k :ir . I'lii fr.nn "li-i" M'i:"'
. T!:f .'owl will nut r.it still slo;.
tliry in- m:;' iniKillv Vi'' in llic
f.li 1 t'i I'll tl.'iliiii'' l'l.' til riil; lirrr
1 , . 1 1
'1m V l.rrninc liiMMSr.l !.!! llir ill tvv ''I'
ill 1 " 1 as.
'I'.ir iii-lu'ii .f llii' ISnilnvi' C"itlM'll'i.i!l
in i:n pvm'iu' a'l l. rit l cnty-f o per c
w 't.l. it i. tii.i'i'i'. liar a n.i.l ril'i'.-t iijmii
tlic j.ii.cs nl' ri. i 1 1 ' i-cl s'nrk. .V ln'iivj
ii:i rn l.il .'i' i.nli'.l ms'i r.liiV, ! r.i'in' 1 r-
ii a.H .11. '!. 'Inc. rvj.ti'r
(irii iiii 1 M a in, tlic i'li .'iiii';..!--
rtir, ri-il.; inin-li iult-us! in the ri'y
eoiisiilei ii'if thai (he lal per part of (lie class
il lo (i.kti iuti'ivst in S'.u li tnilt'Ms
nro in Nrwjiort an 1 Sarati"ra.
All I ne inu-i.' stun s aliouii'l Wit h I'or.rai s
of a laMiiishin lady, nnd nn c'uis'
! iiioilstachi-.l iiiiknown. h fc.i:i.l.iy, a linni
j liMed with musical c clclu itirs, poes ilnwn
1 the liarber to meet and welcome (lieslran-
t-i if . Afti r the usual New York fashion
i they wi'.l lit; idolized for a few w cc.ks, and
iiU tested w hen the novelty it over,
j The weather keeps cool ili..;e'lly cool.
( mi:!, w i'.hal, tlus'y. Ail the rural ilistrl' ts
are erj i 1 1 kJT out for rum, ami w e of the l it)
1 look for a renovating slio'.vi r w ii li searcc
I ly h-ss li.iiL'iuir eyes. jiiiMni''s is reviv
jinir, t.i.d Wall street wears a chei rful
look. 1 .10 corner s oi a ''rami 1 ire- 1
jmen - .s 11.11 is to be laid in this ci'y, on
M. ii.L.y nc(. The rircmiti are n l.ire
and valilalile body of ei! i.ens, and deserve
this lestiinotii.il for tiit i 1- jn .liscu orthy
srr ices in time past. These 1'ire Com
panies will form the most eiliclive. militia,
if our country should ever Live, occasion
'.o call for their aid. The IJronlway
Theatre i rc-ojiencil with nuiir.rui! s ini
jirovemcii's. THE TAYMEN'T.
Tint Mii-iit'ics wl.iili for M' cr ai ino'itbi
due the Oioe, Omiilia and Tawiiee
I., .1; . t , 1 1.,. r .: 1 1 T...,-
1 I I ' . It. I I J 1.1 II I I', . , j . , ' ' 'I f, , I I' l-
ner, (l.e ri ri ully apjioin cd A'.'iiit for
tiiin's, on Thursday, Trilby mid
' yhist. The pl!l)l'llt was tiaal''
in provisions and amuui'ion; of winch the
Otoes, received 4 OHO; the Oim.has 5..!
t'00;tbe I'.iwnces $2 5(1(1. The method I
adopted by Ilu: Agent in the ilis! 1 ibu ion
shovve 1 an acqtiainlance wi'h Indian char-j
acter and customs! not often found amoliL''
newly inaiigerated Indiati Agents.
The nieit.o l adopted, consisted iu cal
ling the chiefs urvl hr.-ucs f the diflerent
bands tft.gether, an giving each 0:11: his
.1 . r .1 :
mi. ot.- 01 me pi u imoiis, w im in 1 urn, m;i,le
,l,s;nIiU!ioii o1 ilu.m wn.llf (,P ,.(
. . . . -
whkh their Uu,U wcro compose
, .'l..-!y. M
.imm, tjnivi liiulu'iri, W .
al! pari it s concerned,
'ihe Agent fiddresscd (be Indians' ins
plain, forcible manner, in bi half of the
(jo -eminent of which he was i n Agent,
setting forih the manner in which be in
iended lolii'L'i.M riicd 111 his 1, hi i.d inter
course will tbrin. He intended to pre-
1 III, l'.id-i iu. 11 , 1,, u, 1 ,1, . j il, -
1 r..:.i it, . . ,,a ..r it,.. : ...
1 lain, iiv 11111 111 im 1111 in, ,111.4 i a jn 1 ;ui 11
similar manifestation of goo 1 faith rnd
obedience on their p u t toward our people.
Which sentiments w ere most hearlily re
sponi'aJ (o by the Iudi.-ms.
After the jiayinent of the Oinahas was
concluded, these poor Indians came for
ward voluntarily, and offered to pay Mr.
Sarpy a portion of the debts due him.
They acknowledged themselves indebted
to him to Ihe amount of ."JG OO, for goods
furnished them when they needed them-,
and had nothing to buy them with. Where
ujwn, ninety barrels of flour wag rolled out
for Mr. Sarpy, for which (he proper cred
it was given, and certified (0 by the Agent.
Here is an in. tance of hea'hi 11 honor, h bii 1
we would commend to the consideration
and imitation of mulii-udes iu Christendom
whose opportunities for gaining a familiar,
ily with the virtue called honesty havt
been much more favorable.
For the Palladium.
Mb. r.onou: As some twelve or fib
teen of us were Bitting upon the s'oop ol
me .i-riicy wince, wiiliing sway the ted
1.... ...1 : 1. I . 1 J
una ".inn, which a n.ionatii without
church service brin:'. Mr. I. H. ,.
net, blacksmith to the Omaha's, present 10!
us wiih a Watermelon of his own cmu-ii...
which weighed tiuty-ftve and a hilj
pounds. It grew upon a vine which stood
alone in ! u garden, upon w hich w ere seven
oesi ics una, the least of which weighed not
less Ihsu twenty pounds and one weighed
it,., ij -.uc jHjtniiia.
VV I... .. ill .,.-.
.. i.u wiiibu now Ular jsu ijraka it not
the Lnd where the husbandman will meet
w ith a 1. 'Otnpeiise fr the labor he Le-
s ws up. ..a her soil f
C. E. W ATSfiV
Ii.LLCVIl:W, NlllllIKSi, Si.it. 10, '51.
Sure enough, if there is any land on
earth that will repay the husbandman for
bis toil, it is this. We have lived several
years iu this p'.aci and can testify to the
exceeding richness of the soil to the
alubrity of the climate, and the beauty
of the count ry.
Ulikois Ct.vjH-w. Ha 1 lmo a n. The
Chicago Journal Siatcs tha the great rail
road bridge over the Illinois river at
salle will be reac'y for the crossing of cars
. 1 m
me present week. The bridge is nearly
" ' ",,." ji nupportf.i on about
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H UI.Dir.t'.lS" ROuTK.
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iii.'i " in lnii.ili'i z " ;i '!"' ''M.iriiniii ni'.if
i'i rcrs' rn'i'i'," This i an w
lin p. licvrr scrn n ;
il 1 to tl.'i-i I(ill!" 1"'-
i.nc. It so 1;. Minis t ! t r 1 1 r 1ki l' !ii i'il mi
i'iIh rmili" i r Miu-r. iii rsl ,-.lil,lnn( iit.iiml
ili.it wcam ii'i"v wrll iiniii.iinlttl wi'l.
ilu- Mi '1 1.1 1.: 1 1 ! 11 :u rati' i'i t!.! lias join nvi
it i'S Wi ll lis w it' 1 ilir.l r. w lio is thus .si-m -nii.uslv
iis.,i,n i:i list' .Iniirna!. W
ktinw I'o'h nlli'jfi.'i. to 1"' ut'i 1 i iitnvir
i!iy of pulilii- err. lit. 'Tin! ( liiin' inur
!tr lias lii'Ver I'l-rti ,...r'-l ih';iti"t tin'
.Moi'inuns on tliii imi't', aii'l wi ln'lic f
thay m e not pinliv of it. WY Lit 1 know ti
Dr. C'larku I'.r si' pi ;;I years, un I know
i.iiil lo In- liolirst in liis j i 1 1 i I 1 cntii'i riiii'
the roiiir wliii li In- was 1. iic (f tin- fen
most to rsjuniM'. No'. U illislainlin hi' in-.y
c rntisi U 1 fil '..N". n r OMjnis onti.i" hy
tin1 riiitur o the Joiirii.il. N r knw liiin
t j 1 iti ji hi 1 ml; nt 1 V 11 e to ilcfcin! hiniM ll
.'U .inii the altarkVy innrli st roiiL'i-r Iihmi
i:i iriti'lli'i tiial warf.irr lluui the i-.lili.r r!
i!ic I'li iiioiil Jaiini..!, hi.in w c now (urn
ocr to tht: Dr.'s larr; who knows lull
w-flih.jw totrr;i natii nts like li i in .
The edi'or of th': lYt niolit County
Journal is, W0 consider, beneath the notice
oi a rc p.-ct.ibie m, m, or a paper which
has any regard lor its character. A loan
who would permit him-eil to be the stool
pigeon lor thai scurril nis sheet, 11 lYln c
( iazcl! c of Ciiicinti iti, w ho laid dozens of
lib'-l suiis a gainst ),iui at niie time; is drunk
two-thirds of the liiii.' when aw. y from
home; 'lesti'u'c alike of honor, hoin s! y, or
even common decency at limes, as his'coti-
itiici in Council jiiUli city last wiuti
. 1 IS- I I 1,11 1 1 "
ine iSciirasKa lull , 1 1 1 prove, in"t its im!
the contempt of men of sense.
never make him more notorious th .n hi
native meanness h is already d. ne, by rcji' -ing
(o his lillhy s'l" i t, even if he has thus
f'.ir I SC ip.'d the gallows, bis ,,.M I, ti,
mingle w ii!, a dunghill, w hi. h disposilioii
and hid. its so w ell lit him for.. Tins is the
last 111 ii ice wc shall c 1 r lake of htm or his
J. -. It. j.oug, stale I was acquain'cd
will V in. Mi llw en. in Ciia innii' i. when
he published the Po! i.-e (ii.-ttc 11 ".V s pa
per; the most scurrilous sheet cmt issued
from the press of that ci v. That hi' hid
at otic time, fifty libel s u s rgainst him.
lb: was in ibu habit of li-inj black -liiidl,
by which means be mule ,is b ing mostly,
and when it was known he had engaged to
print ti p iper in Sidney, ihe press uni ( ri
sal'.y with a w sai I Jl'II .M. llw cn h s
gone tj ibo .Missoiui lo piibli-.li a moral
V-'V-r. A. D. LONG.
KAVAL Ai'?XlO?E.rATl6li EllL.
This bill being before the House of
Rtpresenscntativi's, (Jerrit Smith nioicd
That no intoxicating li
quors shall be l,ro ided as n hi venose "
1 - n
K is a notorious rnd cci:ediiigty lameiita-
'. that ihe iirmies and navies of cverv
1 , ,
cim.i..I country on earth, are the nur-
snies of drunkenness. Mr. Smith's
amendment was aimed at the heart of a
great rwl, and if adopted, would rU'.-el
a radical and blessed reformation. No
one can deny (hat a sober mm makes a
better cilien, a better legislator, a better
soldier, and is better in every relation iu
life, than a drunkard.
Sober men know what they are doing;
and where d-i inen need to know whit
they are abctit if not amid the peril ol
the sea, and the battle field 't If wc wish
to have our army and navv resneeled 1 in.
ui thetemperaiic: flag and it will be done.
Our navy will then have a moral force by
which it will command the resiiect of the
world, and accomplish the obj-ct of its
establishment. Drunken sol hers and sai
lors, inspire neither terror nor refpect in
I ho minds of enemies ag.iinsl whom they
are enlisted in behalf of their country.
This reformation would have a wholesome
influence over every department of civil
life. If ihe army and the navy dispense
Will- the use of intoxicating liquors, the
legislative and judicial department of the
government, would be ashamed to contin
ue their use. Thousands of fathers and
mothers would rise up to bh ss the day
when this need.? 1 reform is effect ed, by
ihe authority or the N-ition d Government,
then their hardy sons m iy enlist in (In
service of their country, and, have no en
emit's to contend with, except such as in
vade their countries rights.
The amendment was adopted, tut after
war is reconsidered, and rejected ly the
casting vote of the speaker.
WILL t( riE!"- Thus
writes a Kansas correspondent of the N''
V. Tribune. We never doubted but that
such would be the result of the free emi
gration movement. Shivery can rut stand
free labor. The very aot of wron :ho
violation of nation,.! f.uih by the repeal
of the Missouri Compromise has given
impulse to free emigration, that will
result in the organization of the free Strte
of Knnsas ten or fifteen years sooner than
1 would have tukvn place but for the at-
. ffinp'ted aggression of the slave power.
I IV.111 th" !'. '" W, ,t. Cliii- !.;. 1
1 l.r I'a',1 u'ltlttl il i i eol'llan li.'el j (plili;
lir.-itiv prli.lcl. a' -1 V nl'ly rtil'.t. as f .ir
n s w i' :. 11 jn l.;r In i.-ie nmide'r. '1 h' .ii or 111
liis li'.nii r nvs that In' inti'ii Is to ili V"tn tbc
I'.ill.i.lnmi to 1 tie mi t.il p.ilitii'iil atnl inoial in
t, ri 's of lit'' people of Ni't.t ,1 k 1 ; nial lo unite
),, ; ilui t with Un it", in l.i ii K llic (.niiiil.iti.in
I of rival u'l.vri tiiiii'iit, r,,,t.-niini.il, lite! aty a'nl
I 1 0' i;;,,'i iti-l it'll 1011-; a nt lo 1,1; it a wnr.li
1 iyt 1 -it,! :,t tv e of tlif in si it'ilioau ,111 ,t h ir n'1 t
nf ti,,- 'i,a,'".-ts f this cxrc.'iiit,!;ly iMMntif,,!
ami fxtlil'1 co'il, try, mnl to he In it prnp'r n tint
'.lie ain'ieiit "tat'ie cf I'iili.is was to Hie
I , i,r Tie-V, "UlUN'E, I ii"l I T ION Awn
S I I TV.'
,ow- l,i,l!i:ni cint! 1 bn limro praisewnrlliv
tti.iti s'u-li uit'-iitio'is . but wr imi't rot, less that
we have very littli f ailli in Hie clitor cf the
r.iilx'tiiiin's .iirrivs iinlcs be speed il y cliii
L'.'s bis polities, and i in-or put all s into tbn rceil
of hi poliii'-nl at,.l piofi'-sii'iial faith, ft firm
ami iliii.b'il resistance to li'iniati tliMpo'ism
in i-M'iy shapo. nnd to its inti oilitrt ioti lo Die fair
fu l ls of Ihe 'I', ri itory w liirli be piofese t,
hue so well, l'or wr are sorry lo kit that tlin
Palladium is in favor o" .Imlge Dunlas" bill for
the o.n.iiiidtioii of the Territory and i'onc
q'lrtitly in favor of the inti oilni t ion and eslah
I'.litii.nt i f if slavery there. Ir lie has thfl
Ii interest of the Tciritory in Ins In art if
lie w 1 dies it to brrnine W lull (jO. ileslgned it tu
I.e. n,:e of lii" ir h'ti spots of the New W111I !,
if he M i-'n.-s I ' ce iii.'ii irtnw ni upon its piai-
1 ics anil t.ra. ,il!i Tie !i:el- "I us lorps' i. in oi'-ir
full slatne of 11,11 ,1 rtal bo.lj if he wivlus its
people ha,.y 101 1 fo e, an. I 1l,.".r chihlien to
tjriiw ep w ithont the bhistim; and roiitaiiiiliutilig
ex.itn'le anil ii.f'.iii'iii '' of ibiin.-.'ii' "f. ery br
fote aii'l aiournl 1hei:i If be widns labor
lo'iiveti appointed and heaven blee.l labor -honor!
, ami r,- i'rtei and la I i!i."pi"'il aliude
.'iii. lei and if tie wishes hisoVii life to be
lioaoi.iMi' aa.l liiviioii.I and Ills ilr.ith p(.ici-f'l
and liiippy, I' t biin Inin rpiirkly from ihe rnp
poitkii.l 1I1 f.-nc? of a mea'-ine reitnin in ils
operation to defeat all these ends, and w ith tho
pmvei f nl. ni.'iiii' in liis jrt a rip lhc I'i ess, llev ot.)
Iiiins.'lf to a rrusaili: :i:tiii-tt Slavery and for
I'reriloiri as lonfr a the (in,l i f l'i is-. loin shall
pile bun droiii-th (o d';A.
As w e said before, the Palladium is very ably
'f l.l. il. W'e thonl l Inni'h le'ret lo bjo.e so
I lll'l' '1 1st. lit I
in fie si.li- of liberty and bu
' "M" l'ir''1s. '" n ton" and pl.o-c w heic lliey so
14:1 ally n.-e, I Ine aid el every fi n:m!.
We i an assure our good fi iend of the
1'ire Wrst tV.it his pilty lias been lost upon
us. Ve arc in favor of DoiigLs' bill to
be sure but we are as strongly cp
poied to the introduction of human bonil
atre into Ncbiaska, as hi.iiself. Wc are
not beyond the "Tree West," tut iu i'.,
and in its defence. We arc for freedom,
bo h lor ourselves ami our neighbors, now
and I ere,. fu r. Wo would not arrogile lo
ourselves so much ability as is generously
ascribed to US by the "Tree West'" but
whatever it maybe, it shall be devoted to
ihe cause of human freedom in Nebraska.
Further TirtLcularj of th' Etpb'.lon
of Vii Tinnur Ko. 2.
About 12 o'clok yesterday, the steamer
-r- V! a 1 ;'.. 1 f,nt ihrrr
miles below ibis lily, burst hnllt nn hr?.
ers, 111 iking a com, lete wreck of the tw-t
as far back as ihe wheelhouso. There is
scarcely a piece of the boilers to bo found.
We have seen several boats lifter
their boilers hav e e;,,i I,:J, but ncrer
have wc witnessed siiel. H wmk of a
steamer befoic. More llun lialf the
li nght of the boat, from the bow L'avk, is
nothing but ft imsj of fragments.
r -1 the confusion yesterday, wc wtre
unable to procure a list of the unfortunate
suffers on board this illfatud steamer.
This morning Mr. Mr 1'hcrson, the thuf
clerk furnished us such a list of the sur
vivors, and the k 1 l li 11 Mid wounded, as
lie could mi ke out most of the books
have been blown to atoms, ;.nd preventing
him from making out a correct list.
Fortunately there were very few cabin
passengers on board, and it is thought
most of them, if riot all are saved.
The following is tho lijt of the kiLLtn
Chas. Di, Pilot, brother to Captain Dix.
Mr. Dix survived his injuries until this
morning about 4 ,elock when he died.
D.vk h in Is an 1 Fire n in, killed aul
missing: Ned Maley, James Flemmlng,
Denis Keller, Dan Conner, Thomson,
Jo Ward, Pat McFniiro, Dm MctJouun,
Pat Keller, and J110. M :Q silly. Jeffer
son Inquirer Futra, Aug. 127.
THB EEAL DIFFERENCE.
One of our honest and intelligent anil
industrious German fellow citizens, who
his long been known for his love and de
votion for the Democratic party in expla
in ng the difieraiice a few days ago, be
tween a native, Americi n ainl a natural
ized citizens aid that i,nly dilfcrunce is
this: "ihe Native American c.-mes into
this country naked and the naturalized
citizen comes with tis clothes on."
This definition Was a good sine too good to
be lost an 1 we give it for the benefit of
our readers. Will the Now Nothing as
sociations look into this matter? It is em
inently worthy of their enlightened investi
gation. What right has a man who emm-
into vhis ceuntry with clothes on to vole?
The i loa is preposterom. 'At. .1rgu.
The Ciiolcba. It is estimated that
since the appearance of the cholera at Jus,
sore, in Ihitish India, 1817, not less than
eighteen millions of the human family have
fallen victims to it about fifteen or is
teen millions of whom have died in India
and other parts of Asia, and the remainder
in Europe ami America.
. fV.-ls"-t.,-M.w -V.M -I