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SXiIjIiXjVUE GAZETTE. ' l' interests of the County, tliJ get onl Mr. F.mtob : As many person who
assv-tjjji i-a?jj--.-.s opportunity lo address ilio meeting, thro' have only I1.1J the cjperieu' c of the two
IIENItY M. millT,
Nw anJ Ixcal Ldltor.
DELLEVUE, N. T.
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY law.
nankin himself Again.
We taw an article in the last Nebras
kian purporting to be a Inter written from
Bellerue, which was In fact written ly
Dr. Rankin, in. Omaha.- Our feuders
will remember that last fall, prior to elec
tion, the Nebraskian had a letter writer
ia Omaha, whe used to write his letter
weekly, dated Plattsmouih,Nbraka City,
Dakota and various other places. The
aaret game ia now Icing pursued. And
ia answer to this letter of Dr. Hank in,
of. Omaha, concerning the Sarpy County
Meeting, we hare only to say that it
whole tenor is, first and lust, to prove to
the people that live ia Omaha or out of
Sarpy .County, what a long and effective
speech was made by Dr. Raukm.to "vin
dicate the truth of history." If our read,
era will, remember, we published the
proceedings of that meeting and slated
that the Resolutions endorsing their Re
presentatives, passed the meeting with
bat eae dissenting voice, . Now we leave
the inference to the whole world as to the
effect produced by the Doctor's speech,
and the probability as to who voted against
the Resolutions, and how it occurred that
the meeting was unanimous save this cue
vete. . ,
Fioatct. We took a flying trip to
Florence last Saturday, and through the
ed active influence of lion. A. J. Smith
(Vho0 aomptuous, fare and Battle
Creek," wt shall never forget,) we were
detained there two days longer thrfn we
expected. If we were to bo banished
from Sarpy County, Bellcvue, and from
the presence of our friends, to go and
take up our abode among strangers, we
should aay, let our lot be cast among the
Florentines ; (or with a little cool, sound
philosophy, tempered with christian fur.
bearance we think we could endure the
fare and hospitable treatment of its liber
land ' generous residents. Not only
without a tnurmer, but with a deep sense
of apreciative satisfaction.
Florence is indeed situated npon a
beautiful, spot. Its long wide . Main
Street, with its stores, from one end of
the town to the other, show that the pro
prietor bad a proper idea of room and
apace, while the gentle slope, back of
Main5ty 'iib its many handsome, neat
and tasty, dwellings, aud in front on the
river, alio, there are many commodious
residences, presenting an appearance that
fires the beholder a pleasant idea of a
fast (rowing western town.
Ft. Caic. We visited this place
last Sabbuth, and was well pleased to seo
tne improvement made in the town since
our last risk, which was about one year
ago. We found our old friend Stephens
at his old place, still administering to the
comfort and happiness of the pioneer
Irateler with his large fires, warm din.
ners, and comfortable stables, and what is
more, his honest, generous reception of
hi gukU, puts one iu disposition to rw-.ke
his stay as long as possible. Fort Ca
houu has improved much within the lust
year; It is the County seat of Washing
ion County, u is a river town, and we
think its future is a certainty.
th politeness of certain ones, and did
avail himself of the opportunity to person
ally abuse Gen. L. I- Bowen. It is true,
Mr. "A. S.,H (or A S S.) the good peophi
of Omuha, in our infamy, took us under
her guardian care nnd would not ndmit
us to have a voice in her cobnuts iu ihe
early organisation of tho.Territory, not.
withstand :ng we oiit-numbeied her in ac-
nreceedinir winters in Nebraska have
complained of the winds, and cold.it
may be well to set figures opposite com
plaint, and see how they compure. To
understand the tables, I remark that the
amount of cloudiness is from I to 10 ; "1"
denotes the lowest amount of cloudiness ;
"0" being clear, nnd "10" denotes the
greatest amount of cloudiness. The force
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tual resident vote. s. No sir, Mr. "A.S.," of the wind is denoted by the some nuin
your mailer said to the- Squatters of Helle-! ber. "1" denoting a very light breeze ;
vue; J' Let me name man to repre- a fresh breeic, and "10' a
sent youone who will do my Lidding, ! hurricane
and you bhall be treated as good and
obedient children." Time passed, Mr.
"A. S." cr "A. S. S." a Delegate was to i
bu elected. D. D. Ch.ipmsn was the c;in
didnto of that corrupt clique, that had 1
disfranchised a large portion of this Ter
ritory, one eminently qualified to .serve
ai.y party that ho thought could elect him.
L. L. Co wen was aho a candidate ns you
very well know, Mr. -'A. S.," and was
a Ik-llevue man. Other candidates were
in the field, and there being a g.J pros
pect of elertiug lienneltof South J'latte,
itowen was induced to withdraw from the
context, and run for tho Legislature by
the inlluence of the pious ones of Omaha.
You, Mr. "A S S," did the bidding of
yuur master in that campaign, und they
think you belong to them y t, and it is not
known iu Sarpy that yon deny ownership,
fien. IJowen was elected by seven votes
you say, which was true. There is where
your master was checkmated, sir. Gen.
IJowen worked for his own people, and
still carrying out his pledges to the Oma
ha people, South Douglas precinct was or
ganized, thank God, we gut a representa
tive. The Gen. hud proven himself a
people's man and the Squatter were
reudy to throw up their hats for the Gen
eral another year, and he was elected to
tho Council by almost nn unanimous vote,
but three votes against hi tn ; glory enough
we should say for one man. D.u when the
Legislature was convened, lo ! and behoid,
hn was elected President of the Council
y a handsome vote and then let us see
what followed with the General to lead
off in the upper and Stri kland aud ol'er
in the lower House, obtained for us a
county, checkmating you again, Mr.
A. S.," and to-day, I believe, that Gen-
Bowen commands the confidence of four
fifths of the people, whilst you Mr. "A.
S.," or "A. S. S.," have served your mas
ter as faithfully, sir, could not be elected
to the office cf constable by a vote of tha
able to be out and tn nurnd to my duties.
Tuking it all in nil, I dou'ut win ther tiio.e
feekiun new homes, can find better el.te
where than in Nebraska. I nm satisfied.
I could add much; but enough.
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Fur the IMltvus Gazctti. , ,
.attirnl Chapel DIscdTered In
This avtlitary bhrine ii approached by
mean of a rugged nnd rock-strewn path
way, kadintf Jrwiu Cowan' Depot to.lhe
violent 8u,1""lt onu l',e Cumberland Moun-
ibiii, miicit is juuv iuti nuutc uiv iyi;i
cf tlie ! tirrouiiding country, nnd about
3000 feet olve tlic level of the sea..
Created upon u f inull plutfonn of rocks,
J beneath the shadow of the frowning preci
j pices of this Mountain that lifts its Titan
head into the veiy heavens, the rear of
I this natural building projects almost with
in the shelter of a singular, nuturnl iav
j em, the wulls of which have been partly
i secured from moL-ture by the hand of
'the Almighty, thus furnishing accomoda
j tions for nn nltar hidden in the deep e
! elusion of tho subterranean recess; the
window of the little church of the wilder
ness, for such ii tho literal signification
of its name. loos out upon one of the
grundest and mot varied prospects to be
found even among the mo.-t picturesque
ffroupi cf mountains in the world. From
I the peaceful repose of the lake, whence
jthe water steals gently away with many
a w nding rtirve through the rich pasture
lands frrtm the deep, green foliage of
many a sheltered glen and valley, the eye
turns abi uptly upon rugged nnd storm
trenched precipices, upon cloud-piercing
and inaccessible peaks, in strange and
startling confusion; the lower grounds
glowing in ull ihe pride of summer; the
pine clad uplands sombre and mournful
in thtf widowed vesture of autumn, and
the tall summits white, as with' ngc, in
wintry desolation. All seasons and all
varieties of Und, of sky aud water, are
represented nt one view in thii epitome
of nature. When the chapel bell is rung
Local & Territorial.
K'Ssion of the w:igoin ui conduct' d by
the Mormons in Hie mo.-t ciil, not t say ;
fiumlly. manner. Tl.e men in charge The Court House building Committee
of the wagons were ullow id 1.1 take any: .. .
articles they d,ired from the wagon, iu nre ,l,fcln? JRC"'6 put this
the train, aud then tho truin was set on;niiuh needed improvement, ia process cf
fire. ' Tho statement that they plundered erection.' Wo hope lo see this project
nc train is noi correcu learned out at once.
3ir. Ui uniip represents that tne posi
'.ion of the small body of men on Hani's
Fork wa-j critical in the extreme. Tho
Mormons were ranging the country ut
will, driving oil the cattle, t utting o(f sup
plies, aud annoying the military in every
possible way. Henry's Fork, where Col.
Johnson proposed wintering hi command, j Our Singing School is now in actire
is a tolerably well sheltered t alley nnd . 5 j iu member, appear to be
provided witli wood nnd glass,' but it'HH ,1 . , (4r t
very much exposed to utiucks from the weusuusueu wiuuis leacuer, 1. t,ong,
Mormon tunny. The. latter are usually
well uioutited und wtdi cciuiimed ; and
Hon.' Alexdnder Davis, a member of
the 2d Legislature, from Dougks County,
died Feb. 6lh, from a congestive chill, at
Elkhorn, where he had recently removed.
they are said to be in possession of seven
teen pieces o urtnlery. ibis is a very
reaounllo number, us many of tho Mor
mons are meehauics, ntid have been en
gaarnl iu the casting of cannon.
Fifty of Mug raw' party, engaged in
making a road in that direction to the
Pacific, had volunteered in the army, and
their services were accepted, and they
had marched from Wind river to join Col.
Johnson. ' ' " ' r.
. Leaving tho South Pass early in Nov.,
J-f . .U Cl I T
uori. uiecis ui iuc ociioui iiouse oil
Wednesday evening of each week.
W. II. Cook, of this City, has been
nppoicted by the Governor of Pennsylva
nia, Commissioner of Deeds, for that
State, in tho Territory of Nebraska.
A report 'is in Circulation - that Pawnee
Rogers, " has gone where good Indians
go," having died with the Smalls p0x, in
Mormon Hollow, where he has been en-
Mr. Be'ki-.np struck directly across the camped 'with ! several of his tribe, some
l'lains, crossing the head of L ha 11 fiui weeks past.-, ,
Court nnd Whit" rivers, aud arrived at! : '
Fort Randall, on tho Upper Missouri, on
the L'd of December. The Ogallalah
Indian were at thu Sand Hill Peak; ttvq
hundred and lifiy lo-lges of Brules were
in the ond 1 1 1 between tiie .laiad of
L'l'au qui Court unl Wnitj river, ai d
other scattering bands w re m.-t on "tlii
way. These Indians were nil Marving,
and they reported no bullalo in that sec
tion of the country.
A snow storm commenced on Sunday
afternoon, which continued liil Monday.
It was the most severe ttorm that has oc
curred this winter, and the snow fell la
the depth of 10 inches. On Wednesday
morning the 'mercury was f25 degrees be
low zero. ' Previous to tho prtceeding
evening, the mercury has not been below
There has been som? hard fighting n ' 2ero since November. It is now inure
From the above tabic it will be seen :
1st. That the average degree of cold at the appropriate evening hour by the
was not one degree below freezing point, J auihtary recluse of the mountain shnne,
and the average for January was over the Mink of the gliv iers begin to
cast over the darknesi of the valleys into
half a degree above freeting.
j 2d. The nmount of rain and melted
' snow that fell during the five months was
U.t'l if ,1111 luo.
3d. The wind will hardly average a
4th. The amount of cloudi .ess is not
people notwithstanding you have been put ten
upon the treasury pap. I am afraid you
will pull so hard that they will scehc ne
cessity of choking you off, and your inns-,
ter will not be able to provide for bis nu
merous family, I fear, and yau 1 fear will
have to be sold to other service, for the
squatters are not to be deceived any long
er. Friend Strick, you can use this as
you tee fit. SQUATTER.
strange, unearthly t.vilight; the sound of
the vesper hymn rises from withn ihe
lonely cavern, ns if tiie sordid earth itself
poured forth from its deep heart the notes
of praise ; the voices of the mountain
fhepherds catching the burden of the
I .1 I i .min n V f if fl"-v, , t , nltll niirt f f.tt
equal to rour-icuas, or lour aays in ;, ""j
diill to dell, uutill it dies away in the dis-
ThUlat U nnusiml for this climate, ns : lance like .1 retreating e-cno. giving nolice
the season fnom November to May is to the low-lamls that the toils and world
usually dry. The unusual amount of j cares of the day are past, and prefacing
snow, will account for the ninny cloudy , W heart-melting devotion, the season
days. I may add lhat the first frost wasn't repose. This thought often intrudes
on the 16ih of October, and the last steam-' lf upon my mind : Can architectural
bout left our wharf on the loth of Nov. skill, and all the genius of the artist,
The first an ival was towards the last of . erect a church to God, so grand, so wor-
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iiw-j i,iiuu3 1110 jja-i lun una summer, uc,
twerh the ditlerent tribe's of Indians, and
eighty Iwdgs t f the' Crows l ad Uen
nearly exterminated Ly ihe .Mutnecajou
tribe (Sioux) in one tattle. -A, whits
man by the name of illiam Lrch re,
hud been killed by the YuuciouiiHi. . Tiie
other tribes of Indians weru quiet. Tlie
country was reported to he black with
buffalo, f; om Fort Pierre northward. It
is who said that the prospect of a good
winter's trade in that section nf the c un
try was highly promising. Afo. Rtpnhli'
mild, and in n day or two, will probably
be as pleasant as usual.
Wc call attention to the communication
to be found elsewhere, from Vidi."
Wo hope to hear fiom him again.. One
that is so able to give us " facts and 'fig
ures," cannot fail to be interesting.
Will Post Mastcbs StialT Oar
Florence subscribers, or a port) a of
then , complain of not receiving the Ga
zette. We can assure them that the
Florence package has been carfully made
up, nnd regularly mai ed each week.
1 here the f iu!i lies we are unable to say ;
but there is certainly something rotten in
Denmark. We also know that our pa-
Horace Greeley, iu a letter to the Tri
bune, from Chicago, under date of Janu
ary 4, says:
There was never a bettor time for men
of ino ler.iie in. an and xp-ciatians , to
initiate f 10.11 ih oi l iteto the West
than the n. xt .eason will pr s;nt. ThiM! pers ore duly forwarded from the Pas,
iiW vii. .11,1. . 11,111111 uxiiiui.
(if they Lc thousands, s j much tho better)
will find improved lands wuhin reach of
civilisation tar cheap t than tin y lmvo
been, With ti;am., stock, grain, arid near
ly everything else to match. A thousand
dollars will go quite as far toward si t.li ig
a family . comfortably next Apiil, ft? two
thousahd did last spring.' ' I say 'bmp.iat
Oilice in this City, and as they pass thro'
the bands of only two more of Unel
Samuel' detecti'es," or infectives,'
(wc 1 re net sure which term is the most
appropriate.) our Florence friends ar
quite as able lo tell who does the stealing,
as ourselves. As we take some UyAe
ically to all who aspire to live by work pride in performing our business mailers
rather than ly speculation, if JQu cun get accurately, we are not a little vexed to
comiuriauiv into me ee iiexi'inrii.
March, making nearly eight months of
I navigation, dering which time about 140
thy of the Author of our beieg, as his
own awful and magnificent temples. rear-
Will th Nelrasa-ian snswer th srrnments trips were made by the different boats to.cdby the earthquake and fashioned by
in ths " niiKU" of Ust wscit, in relation to this placs, and points above ; and if you volcanoes, deep in the bosom of ihe f ter.
tl. coums of UitNbraiKianontherer-asonlcalcuate the amount of money that each ral hills: can organ-penl compare in
pre-emption? !ui iuv n f.;..1.t. nml nnvmpnt deep solemnity with the loud tongued
for the various kinds of merchandise
Ferguson introduced a bill makinc
speaking of ' infinite powers
with a few hundred dollars in cash, on
reaching this point, you can hardly fail to
do wll Single men or'1 "women 'who can !
reach this point with even ten dollars eaeh
need have no fear; ihoi g'i I w-mlii ndvisn 1
nm of these to .-tp onu noir longer in a 1
city than may be required 10 determine en 1
hear that our subscribers do iit receive
their papers.' If we hear more complaint,
we shall be under the necessity of secur
ing the services of two strong men and
a small boy, to inform the offenders that
priging," is against the " rules and re'g-
The following anonymous letter was
eceived by Jlr. Strickland thro' the Post
Office we publish it because it contains
jtje sentiments, we bclicvj, cf r.ine-teuihs
of the squatters of Sarpy County :
.t"Ar,t.I',,'T ali-kv, eb. (3, '&.
. f'rutd Sirick lew of us up iuthis
alley have seen an article in the Ncbrak
kian, .signed "A S," preteuding 10 ive
mo account of a meeting held at liellevue
a the UOih ulu, which is quite foreign to
4he truth j if . ihe writer had signed it
ash properly shouldi "A S S," ue tJwulJ
all know who its author was : but there are
.ear-marks "a kinder sticking out," which
fioiT that they belong to an ani-mule
.which ia not allowed to run at this season
year should therefore be taken
.vp aad returned to his owner who is said
to lire iu Omaha. Again, it is said, he is
'an 'mary" ani-inule anJ Lis ownr or
'vrners dou't tliink enough of lam to look
a grant of alternate sections of the public ! " a, complaints ot i.azitrn specu
lauds to the Territory of Nebrusk'4, to , lators, nbout speculalion in the ll'tst, the
aid i.i the construction of certain railroads ' ,njey invested here has nearly all gone
in said Territory, and for other pnrpo.es ; ' b j. f j , of lIiC fjrms
which was read a fir..t and second tune, i . 1 ; . '. , .
and referred to the Committee cn Public ,anJ '"acetones jn the Cast. This
Lauds, . inust necessarily be the case till we can
! .-t. - I'.
I luise our un a soj jjiics.
uroducis brousht West, vou will we that nmong the solitary mountains ? When buy more food and clothing, land nnd out-
.1 1 f , llrtii if PVlr nn! I n n ,rTin nN
listening to me eionuence 0: some learuM-v-; - ., .... ......
... ... , . . "' willing, and know now to work, nnd who
which route toleavtit. In sr iie of th ; uons of this bouse, and if they do
hajd timvs and general prostration, theie not immediately cease operations, will b
is still work for uil the nblo and willing ! severely dealt with i f
l'.l . . t e . I
in 101s uouuieous region. ui course, L.a
bormust be nominaiiy lower next season
than it has been ; but a year's wajjes will
ed divtne.expatiating upon human nothing
ness and the ineffable glory of the D-ity
from the gold-decked pulpit, by the glow
ing and mystic light of stained glass
windows, I have mentally ejaculated:
How weak the swelling organ note, com-
... .... 1 .. -.L :i 1 . .t .1 . r
Mr Ferguson also introduce! a bill to ! I will only add that a little over half of pareu wan one wnu umuuer ions irom
establish the ofiice of Surveyer General my life was spent in one of the mo t
in the Territory of Nebraska; which was ctarmin!r tpots in Pennsylvania. The
tuavEYoa nn. or kibkask.
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1 rnu a nisi an;i pcluiiu iiiiic, iinu iririivu , , . ' 1
to the Co umittfe on Public Lands. j ,UM l"Ty v" ,v
sas and ISebraska, wr.h Ihe exception ot
riMTt.inRv i ir KcuatA.
Mr. Ferguson al.v introduced a bill to
provide for building a penitentiary in the
Territory of Nebraska ; which was read
a first and second time, and referred to
th Committee on Territories.
one visit Last during thai time, and I must
know something of the climate unl soil,
having traveled from fifty miles south of
Kansas river lo Omaha creek, north of
the Indian Reservation, and ever somo
BU'.DGE ACROSS THE TLA T TE aiVER, ! luu,iy tf,,, U(1J ,eslify tJ
mt. j' vrguson aisQ inir.Muceu a urn 10 j j sel.n Ko, onc willter j,, hasJ
God' own mountain cloud-throne, re
sponding to the vesper hymn from the
lone tenant of the cavern, as he stands
self-immoluted by the altar of the little
church of the wilderness.
Platte river, iu the Ttrr.tory of Nebras- lhf"re Let'n wy "tent, nor
U which was read a first and sewnd wiih ihe excepti.Jii of the Iwo previous win
tiiue. and referred to the Coiuuiittie on u rs do 1 recollect seeing the thermome-
1 erntones. tr Tuslow zero during ihe day
We arc informed that the difficulty on
Marrieua &, Cincinnati IUilrood, in Ohi.i
have been sealed, aud the rood is now in
ROAD 19 IfCBRA.-IA. '
Mr. Ferguson also introduced a bill for
the innnruction of a road in the Territory
of Nebraska, from the Platte river to the
Kansas lino ; which was read a first and
recond time and referred to the Commit
tee on Territories.
l'Xd at zero all day. One year 1 plant
ed corn in March, and it was not killed
by the frost. This was about 100 miles
south of this. I hare seen 00 bushels of
corn raised to lhe acre, and from 40 to
CO bushels raised on the tod. i. e., after
. . . 'the first breaking of the prairie. I have
Gioroe Jesmiics i Li;rn. It is' not known the crop to fail once in twenty
after him. We think up here that he is a i stated in a late Irish raner that Georce years. ihoei?h some of the seasons were
. prodigy la his way, and is the very aui- j Jennings hss recently been dnclared heir very ry. I Udieve the crops of 3G arid
mult that P. T. Barnum has been in! to a property estimated at 3,000,000. '57 were inferior to any of the previous
'search of these three or four yar past, 'together with an estate yielding 30,000 years.
,1o rttreive his fortnne with. I ptr annum, a the rightful represents-! The atmosphere is dry, and i' believe
But, seriously, Friend Strkk, we Uap-!tivd f the Jennings, whose property hns the climate heuhhy. I had the Ague a
rfened to te present at that meeting, and been for year iu the T.nglUh caurt f few times in 183$, but not since; have
'in-JKll Poole Rankin, wl,e residua in 'chancery. The lucky fellow was a ba-' slept out on the prairies aummer and win
Omaha, but did formerly retide in Sarpy, J kcr's o.-er in Cork and earned 9s. a ' ter, and traveled often in the night when
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wij H4i ia:i7rr;i i ) a. irry y 'iix cany irie i : k. on a iorn-'V, una n:i e W. u m 1 e n un-1 w-'Z n.
Xcws from Uic Plains and
Among the number of travelers up thu
One day ii ! Missouri and mi tlitj Plains, ve have met
with lleiirv Iielknap, Lsj., who ha spent
the grenter part of the year in explora
tion of the rivers aud niuuiaams of that
Mr. Ileikiii.p left St. Lmis in ihe
spring of the year, with Col. Vaughan,
Indian agent for the Upper Misourr. on
board the steamer Twilight, Leaving
Col. Vaughan's po among the Ulack
feet Indians, ha crossed the mountains
to the head cf the Columbia, nnd thence
down directly thro' the mountains un'i! he
find employment with dilliculty, or. not at
all, in tue. Last, I say again, set your fa
ces Westward so soon ns you possibly can,
The Ladie's Benevolent Associatior
will meet at Mrs. Kinney's, next week
Thursday. v ,
A Ball will be given ul Bulkeley's Hak.
on Monday evening, February 22d. Tick
ets have been issued, ai.d thos wihhinff
Avoid the cities, unless you are skilled in ' w rarticipulei wiU finj ,hcm for M,e Bi
uviu IIUIUIVIKU Dllltil IO Uiri c il l.llllUOt) 1 , . . . ,
and seek horn on the oilthe homes ! n '"oderate price, to suit the hard time.
of those who will hire you at fir.-t, but on
ly to exchange those in duo season for
homes of your -own. Combine fertile
soi' with healthy locution at all e vents,
and you can hardly go limits. A biugle
Our fast yoong men are out ' four ia
hand," enjoying the sleighing. 1 We hop
no one will be so presuming as to tender
us a seat lehhid a 2.40. We should be
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man may step on into me i.mromi.'.i pra- dl.t.idt.d!v m0MfA tl 8tl,k m.xAurm'
ne and make a beginning whenever hej ' , r , . : 7J
sees fit ; but he who has a if and ebil I Ve call attention to an original arlM
dren may Letter have forty acres of go;d , , , , , , '.
land wuhin reach of a school hou.e, thon on the out side of to-day s paper, from ih
ten times forty where no s-chooi h ;-u.:j ei- Pv o' " Uucle Fuller," a gentleman W
ther is or so ui will le. For him who is has' seen something' of pioneer life,
able to pny for it. Land u. cheap in New our readers will perceive. We hope to
Jersey or Ireland, .but for ihe .rd-haid. .y f bim hu :.
iu u"nvi""ti-i. nun is pool ill ioiii uui
rich in children, there js no country to
day so inviting as the broad, free West.-'
. Ma. DOCCLAS AND II IS SoVTUEKK
Plantation. -The Vickburgh Southrvn
Gov. Richardson has returned te ini
noil, for his fami y. He is expected lack
about the first of June, ) 'i
The Mock Legislature still continues
As some esplanati m of thi unexpect- its sessions at the School House.
ed change in the action of Mr. Douglas, next one will be held on Friday evening.
we may state that several months since A Bi I was introduced, last week, toV
ihe Illinois Senator itunoed of hi e.'tato . . . . , . , ,
in Missi-aippi, and having no longer any Ioca,e ,he rerntonal Capitol. It create
tangible interest in "the peculiar insiitu. O"'1 1 excueiu-ni, and the pcene which,
lion," we presume he thought lhs occasion took place at' Omaha, some few Week
a go;d one to conciliate the Free-Soil since, were re-enueted with great success.
fauat.es of the North and North-West. ami(J a gent,ra, l(pronr and a fritf
Tho Dubuque and Pacuiu Rail Hd. o'"-
readied L' ah Territory. Mr. Ilelkivipi is ii'nv in uso 8 miles wesi ot Dyersville.l
was ut ureen luver when the t. n. trams (the late terminus,) I'ms giving rail road
of provision, &c., were burned l y the i tr.iuportati n 43 miles west fro
i we have been intoriued, Ly the itegis
V the itMiiMioruti n 43 m .es west from Da- lcr Vl " "llu wlJll-D ol UUBU" ""
Mormons. A very small force of M ir- bu(iu. IVm tlie comnlt lion of the rond ii future, all persons adverti.-intr contest
mons was concerned in the op
twenty Mormons onl destroyed
.V I .it c Iriin I K a ii'ra tnat
from sleep, and found two Mormons with of the lurg donation ma le by Congress. ; ,,:K;ncd ,hree but whfB tbe
nnes coc .ej standing at the l.eaJ ot each I This, at to per acre, will cover the entire can ue louuu, a wrmen woe.ee nit
. .. '- j .'..VJ'.- . J't'l, ,T- IUIIII.. I I III Ul llir- IUHU .... w . . . .. OTS.W M. W , .......
cranou: ,2 miles farther west l!u compmy will be td Laud cases, to be tiied before the J
Uuseil,emiSedt. a.'lO.O'iO u.-rea of land. Inring wer and Ueceiver, mut hive their nodcea
va!eiieit the lira iiiiUlunei.t from th'i (jovernment . . . . .t.
The whole affair ff grtrin; p-' b'wvh j iUl fl. ;i'ing ih.M rf the rfinpany. s?rvrd on him.
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