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JBELiLiEVUE GAV5ETTE. 1 crcasinjj emigration, luiir.t lmn a pi r- tin hment ; Lemon nnd Sti i Khun! for j!ir. '' BinM.. in n se A-.vi.im JjOCcll & TCFritOridl.
. ima llv settled Miil.v Mea.hlv udvam mi.' ( rus K Mark v.. ( Vll'mau & Stoddard . W "; 1 '' ' ' -Mr. Barn., the Oil j . '
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I.. ...I I I ...Ill 9 ur w.t:..iL..I r.. .If.. - ,
1IKN11Y M. 1UIKT,
Ntwa ml l.orl .Miter.
THUIISDAY. MA,RCII 4, ISM.
If indecency bo all a man ever practice,
indecency will 1e nil ho will cvet learn.
f rasp o the poorer class of emigrant.
This clasa of people (w!o arc ty far in
the majority) look westward, where in
viting land ran lohad ut government
price. 'Thia ' ihn Wenl "?eret of the
rapid riso ami growth of n western state.
As Illinois i.i superior to Indiana, in
lior increase of population nml develop
ment, so ii Iowa superior (comparatively)
f ft 11 I) Whiitem to Si Co., va. TaU
met '& Averill j ntim luiM-nt ; Bowerr L
Strickland for pllTi., E W McCom.i for
District ouht or Sartv -Coumtv.4
(iPpaicli,.onv..vi..intlli-enrc of tin; par- 1 " iwnrciw lerm ot una Lottri, com-
tiul li's-trnriinti of thobute Iiiiituo lAj'-Hi'?ni'?ltJ ""h Jl outlay. Judge t aueiy,
Tk.,. Im a t,.riiliiilitrv wi.ll nilitnteil to
ao1B!BdirirtMr artr .trangcly n. J . ,v"sl r"7 f iNo:
. . .i. u .... .1 ... I braskn, so rapidly becomim: developed,
nl n.ll f.inirt IhrnoiTh ruMIV sheets. I ' ' " '
' ' .... 11,1,1. fair t.t miiLii Kinti of fur mora nu-
poitanie, tliiin ii now utiticijtuiLul liy l tie
iiio.t aanuine. Tlio Teiiitoiy ii beijij
rapidly tilled ly ihu bone unJ sinew ot
the nation. Its linrdy pioneorj know full
well the I ni vest in More for them, und
labor with an uiircinitiiii:' toil. I .intern
people iiuaioe, perhaps, llial u country
Ho ytHMi";, mu.it u ol be primitive in lit,
ami dovoid fcoi'nfort; 4nt ' wben lifty
years wilt lfi't sntfice''o buHiI i) t aMern
'village, three or four will tuild a plane ot
impottunce in tho mighty weM.. Tlio
riso, growth, und permanency of imuu of
the river town of Nebraska, tdiould ban
the doubles of the iuot hci ptieal.
Tlio weate-n bank of tlio Missouri,
from Kansas to tlio mouth of the Uun
This vocabulary iKe rccoptical of the lilthy
and vituperative, futnih such anibitio s
characters niplo)tnntorial for the indul
Kence'of'lheir proclivities. It isa simple,
cpsclsC.n.'l, .fl)erva, ,ll'v'lU wmc'1
proinnis oho to call .anJthcr a, foolj liarj
tlrunkard, anJ a ihoui k1 and oiu suci
JoUaabla, phrase. The intent may in
jure bu llttf phraieoloyy never Ciin. This
thelo rfaott ofhe very inferior litfra.
rasf rrA,''rnay cVtiseJiU fancied cneip'y.
i,)Vrou'cl ttirj'criiige bcueath' the weight
of. hU blow.' 'it appeal to the vulgar
acntea, and Uo vu'gar (upon n level with
hiftuflf.) alone can appreciate it. Thero
iia peculiarity in retort or attack that is in
sinuating, it itlial which tells wiih nust
.1. ILL. K..
thin this have wielded thi. power, and $ 14 ff fi"lS
wN-wi flUU enough to suppose that W VS 'f
wiposeJ that power to however li.nil- growtH and pro -penty, w.th.u .l,,n,(,i e,
ed ettent,;we ahould be couteni to aia , . . . .
towns arc limit) mo lef uiiniut;. n is
not astonishing that hundreds of yminjr,
active, and intelligi-nt men are settling
n log cabins in Nebraska ; and there in
ihnt humble tenement, determined to builJ
a homi, when the great beauty of the
i i ... . . i 'L
"vjf'olm.l rJooihV. R W llulkelejf . ton.
judgitrt'mt' Howen Si Strickland lor plfT.
Clallin, Allen iSi Co. vs. Palmer ti Av
erill ; attachment ; Lemon and Douglas
v Thomas Noonan v. Krastos Hoot, et at;
debt ; J S.-cly for plir. . ' . ,
S W ' Harr 'vs. Marem' Khaw, n al ;
debt ; Seely for pill'., Ilowen Si Strickland
for di'ts. ' J r .
Inm lit that place : .
" i K A LAM zoo. Feb. 12.
. The main part of the State Insane Ay
Kim vrus biiriietl ul 11 and half o'clock
ltt tiiglit. Tins roof," by g.eat ell'ort,
being torn oil' at the joint of the main
building" and tlio winj;. The litter,
which isVy far the laret and mo-t ex
p isive part, was saved. Loss not yet
Later". Tho "main part of the' Stato
of the Third Judicial District, presiding.
The Calendar numbered quite a large
list of rases, and several forrjgn lawyers
wre'in atteiidence," from the adjoining
This is the first tiin ) it has been our
good pleasure to see Judge Wakeley,
I presidio in our cjunty. His manner is
dignified, courteous and grave; - th
Ilankin that he would bo an unworthy oh.
i. . .
i..ri h mif exercise or auch power, iiei
j- - '
wut J bo unworthy of it because a pre
mdiued juVulrper of literary dignity;
utiivofihy because he lacks the trnu cour.
:.U nln. .nl.a .tlftlt K,WW lllrt lift SO
.i : ' . .i nn;ifr' 'country, tho fertility of the soil, and the
scandal common to the literary cannaillc, i J '
i,' r ' ii. .,.:,, remi. rkably healthy climate is taken into
unvvQrthy because unable to appreciate.
A particular class for a length of ii.no. consideration lho soil of Nebraska
have tacitly acknowledged the prerogative compares w,.h the finea .n the. world,
of this great champion -and apostle of varying from three to m feet in depth,
taW cA-W howl Thi. landaproducvencs wh.ch as.om.hes the
ujrraotuhleand unmanly atta.k ujvm far,ner of the easu The Buriace of Wua--titUen
who enjoys the unlimited confi- y ,s general y more level than Iowa,
, . . 4 ,u Trrl. though considerably broken for a few
Jence r-f this community, aid ine lerri- , ,
i ,. . . .t , ', iini miles west of the river. I rom thence
toty generally, is not tho fir.-t l!"e mail ,
, l i I i r . ,i , u ,i I the gently rolling prau id sweeps onward
ha has indulged a proclivity that he l"alfl . .b ' .. ... ' ,
' ' ' v 1 ,ii it.. iinriiilii'Miil mi, In hit iiliim t,l ivlli'l'il
A "imir. i '
of as his favorite prerogative
der will out," so will nature find vent ;
luftVcyond this gratification, in exercising
a (alunt as destitute as it is unmanly, there
is an object which if not as weighty us
th mo.lt, It none the less contemptable,
the lofiy peaks of the Kocky Mountains
rises in iti stately gramlieur, casting som
ber shadow tar itito the distance.
The western country is generally want
ing in timber, but tho inhabitants become
accustomed to what become a ii'.ces.-.ity.
win lorn up. tliu
tltir ilt riM-i ill tp tin winjj.
which is tho l.ir"st, and most expensive,1
and nciire.-l eompli'tioii.-'
Tne oriin the lire is yet unknown,
but it is Mippoed to .hive cuught from
shavings. . . .. ,
No portion of the building. -Vive ben
occupied ns yet. . ; . ... ;
Damagi! e.-timalcd at from Jj to ,10,000
dollars will not probably exceed the
The Santa Fe mail ha? been received
in St. IjOiiis, with dates to the Kith of .Ian.
i'iMins brisk; the country was healthy;
the legislature ndjnurned on the Sth of
January. A gold minu had been li-cov-ered
near Fort Fillmore. No palpable
tlenMn-tralius of h'uluy on the in it of
ibe I'lali Indians, but tho Mono ins were
eviden'ly tamiwrimr wiih them. The
agents have been instructed to act with
caution and liberality towards 'tlmin. and
use their utinot enileavors to prevent
their uliiame with the Mormons. The
Santa Fe (jaette advocates the raising of
a regiment of motinti-d rillemen from that
lei r. lory for the Ftah War, Mfttiiej that
the ma n h can be made from that point to
Salt Lake in fifteen days.
VI' n.A nnl fir., I VI irrpit n , I V. Il':i ' l
r"' i,"- .i,,"! ,.;ii.; ,lv. 1 There is a Milneieney of timber fJr oil J
of anuattet riiihts, eniliroueil wiiliin iiie , ' .. -
l . .i .i. ii..,.. ..f iiuiiici uate Uemantls, and the enterprise ot
haaru of . the . neonle I Ji.icuuso nof , ' '
.. ...-,1 f H,nt K,,Wt ,v,i, h is said ta a aardy P-'1'?1
b able to raise mortuls to the skies,', he
doti pricsS that other spirit " which may
drag angels down." How greatly must
a rtn"vVrlep himself when to return
htftnuM do U eVer the prostrate Wiea ff
thewho have won a reputation such as
h dare' never aspire to. How impotent
must V-the fury of a man who would
shtower his darts upon the devoted heads
of the many who have supplat ted him in
thfc people' favor; and then how blindly
jgporaiii not to know that such dans can
ncver.be.urmed with butiicioiit venom to
-n ii i
e, win never aiiow mem to
siiecumb to disadvantage, however great
The great water courses which form a
perfect net work of natural communica
tion throughout the whole Territory, will
bo grasped by the mighty hand of indus
try r.nd progress. 1'IllLO.
District Court of Sarpy County.
Henry T. Clark v. Itjbt C. Wilson;
confession of judgment ; an'ys, T li I-em
on and L L Uowen, for pill".
John J Town v. S W Y Sihimonskj.
and James T Allan ; con. of judgment ;
a'.tvs. I.i'iiinu for ivltf.. Ttinvi'ii Sirick-
provoke a returning shot. Il re'll,ire4 " ' for
lengthy trpOM to place in his proper light
thi jnividualj vvhb is " making the busi
HOB from thoi common eye, for sundry
John B Bennet vs. John M Ilef1;"nt
taihmeut; any, III' Ilitinet for plflV. , .
,C Chrjjopher . S ASirjekiiiiid.itul;
trespas; auy, tb Chipmao and K K
lov bng will you continue to outbrave fop AmI L L 0 !,;
thljSbV.tf r rebttes of the' neonle'?. lIoV
Jojlj v,ni 'jou coiv'inue to ou'tbr'avo the
mandate cf society ? , How Ions: will you
cowhiie to trample upon the purity of the
pres ?-"" It ha become the earnest hope
of the csir.tnunity, (who never lack piuy)
ih'at i)mu will soon complete your compila
tion of a'auderous epithets of indecent
phraseology and superlatively vulgar ad
jectives! We should feel as unmanly as
yourself, were we to resort to the smuo
base expedients, and drag your private
life before the gaze of an eager world in
...7 .7l ,:t ' U'lifln 'n.1,iril,T Ant V.llir (TlV.
ice, (aUays harmless) upjn the devoted , , . M l .
... - I'.1 , Ik. fc VJ . w...
hsaact one oi-our eneenieu riuxeiiR, you
K W Mt Comas fordfts. ''
Wm A Taxtou, complainant, vs. Rich
ard Ilogeboom, and Alex. Davis, tlfts;
chauncery ; Itichardson Sc Seely, for plfT.
Allen F TecU vs. Charles Few: au
tachment ; D D Helden for pltV.
Georga M Mills vs. Joseph Dyon?
dt-Uj Strieklrnd for plir, B-iwen ford
Satiniee Land and Ferry Ci. v.. Ste
phen Dn per ; attachment; Seely for pltf.
John U Meredith vs Henry Hees; J R
Meredith for pltf.
John Cabler vs. Harrison Berry; at-
iderable wrought lumber.
' Throncii orrat exertions, tho' roof ut
'John Weeth vs; H C Williligtmij cer-jthe junelion of the main building Willi the
tioran ; I) I) U. Id 'ii for pill. win.', i
tv... t r C .. . v... if !-,.,.'. ':!,'. v.-i ,n ii r
II ill 4t uliillll I III 1 SI V t t UU-il I
mem; Leiirun aird Lowlii for pill"
Crow. McCreery 5i Co. vs John Chiso ;
nttachmi?n ; I.einon f or plllj, BnveuSi
Srlckland jfyr dfl. , " ; ., ,,.:. ..
Arnold Si Co. vs, J F ClH'inaii and M
W Sioddard ; nit Ichment ; Lemon and
Bowen for for pill's, Strickland and Mc
Comas for dfls.
People's Bank of tho ciiy of New York
vs. (ieora Jennings and Reuben Love
jy; ultiu hment ; Jas tJ Oliapmnn for
pltf., Lem ui, Bowen Si Strickland fordfts.
Margaret Weeth vs. John Thomas;
replevin; D D Ilelden for phi".
Margaret dates vs. Samuel f.a'es;
divorce; B.nven Si Strickland for iillT.
A F l'ei k va Charles Few ; attachinenl;
Maeon Si Brother for pill". ' 1
Collins, K -Hogg St Co. vs. Palmer Sc!
Averill ; debt ; Bowen Si Strickland for
pill's. , ,
(ieoro A Oliver vs. R W Bulkeley;
debt; Bowen Si Strickland forplir.
John B Booth vs. R W Bulkeley; debt ;
Bowen Si Strickland for pill.
Michael Smley vs. John Gregory; debt;
Bowen Si Sinclair! for pliT., Lemon and
Seely for lift. -. .
George Jennings vs. R W Bulkeley ;
debt ;' Lemon for plfT. '
T M M'Cor.l, T B Lem m, Trustees of
Fontenello Bank vs. V A Givyeraud Win
A tiwyer; debt; Lemon for pill's.
' T M Mrl'ord und T B Ll-niin, Tpi?.
tees of Fontenelle Bank v. V A Gwyer;
debt ; Lemon for pi If. ....
L Nuckolls vs.. Joseph Dyson, L L
Bowen, and S A Strickland, sureties',
debt ; Lemon for pill".
Reuben Lovtjoy vs. R W Bulkeley ;
T M Mi Cold va. John Gxly ; debt;
Lemon for p!fT, Bowen 8i Strickland for
. T M McCord vs G Frazier & Co.; debt;
Lemon for pltf, Howen & Strickland for
George Ciifluiau vs. Co.Tman Si Stod
dard; debt; Lemon for pill', Bowen Si)
Strickland for dfts.
W Seaion Si Sons vs. A Kelluin and
John on; d-lt; Eo.v.-n x St.icklind for
pl.fs. ' ' ' -
N C Galbraith vs. Root Si Dimock;
debt; J W Van Watrand. .
People' Bank of the city of New York;
v. R W Bulkeley and Lemuel . Balden t
debt; 'J G Chapman for pill's, Bow m St
bVick'un l for dfts' , I
' r;cj!c'sTJijk ofjihe city'f New, York!
v.' Stephen ll .Waulesriiud .Lemuel Belr
den; .lebtj Jds ii Chapman for plrt",
Bowen & Strickland for lifts. ' u '
The Com til oiise Committee lias receiv
ed iiistrui tions Ij erect a Court House in
. -W't are indeUed tt ILiv.Fennr Fcr
gusoa for Public Dovtinieuis.
The Ladies' rBenevoieidSociety, will
meet at Mr. Gowe'a, uexf .week Thurs
day: . '
Insane As.yluui caught lire last, night at placf d-mands. I le di.-patches business
H uird ' liulf 'clock, and wss' nitiiallyi promptly, and his Intimate kn'n'wledge vt
eoniiiue d, with carpenters' tools and con- ! ,i, .;," ;,,.,. ,,f ;1.,,. n,loa.,f nn.i-ilp..
enables- him tOjdispme of cases before
hidi with great facility. Wo cannot but
congratulate the people of tho Third Ju-
diciiliiViJtJ jt.p a! thfe ip)li.imiU? if
aJ1 able u Julht, "so upriglit 'rt Judge.1
bud so elegant a gentleman. What more
catii -,be j jaid jn commendation. f i .this
gentleman, than t say of him, that al
ihoughflO'ajfpolnii toflne J'mAeJit, he
generously comes from his own district,
and fulfills the duties of Judge tla.Il. H
is a rare thing tliat appointees of an ad
iniuirtrati in are willing to perform any
more labor than they are absolutely re
ipiired. . 1 ,' . . . '....
A.'J. Prtjipleion.-'-was elected' Mayor
of Omaha, last Monday. . t ;,:,
The Princes Royal of l'ngland was
married to the Piiuce of Prussia, on the
'Joih of last month, ,vith imposing cere
monies. There was a general holiday ;
immense crowds following the bridal par
ty wiih cheers, after the' performances
The wife of Commodore Perry, died
ut Newport, R. I., Fcb.,11.'
Ti i.t fimrH Line tthi: Sooth Pass
In the Senate, on the Billi. memorials
were present! d by Mr. Doujjlas, invoking
C inressi iual aid for- tho establishment
of a liue of telegraphic , coinmuiiiciition
from the western border of Missouri or
low i to Fort J.mniHie und the boutlw'Pase
of the Rocky Mountains. It was urged
that the usefulness of the telegraph in the
threatened Mormon war would more than
compensate tin' Government for ihe ap
propriations made in its behalf. The me
morial was referred 'to the 'committee on
Military Affairs. ' ' - 1
Distujct, Cocar.-Hoii. Liisha Wak
eley. Presiding Jude; Su-phen I). Bangs,
Clerl;' j.'imes G. Chapman, District At
torney; B. P. Ilankin, United States Mar
shal ;.John M .!och,'sU.riir; and S. II
W attle. Deputy... . , , T . . .
Attorneys,--Sarpy J Crntnty, L. L.
Bowen, S. Al Strickland.' T.''B.( i.e'm'on,
Wm. R. Smith, C. T. Ilolloway, E W.
Mc Comas. '.''.''
Douglas County. J. Seely, D, P.
Belden. Gco. B Lake.
AVe have read with much interest,
cofj4 of the Nebraska Palladium furn
ished! us by D. E. Reed, 'published Ly
himself in this city, during the' early
organization of the Territory. The TaJ
ladmm was bold and fearless in denoun
cing the wron 's cimniited by those hiir'li
in power at that time ; and ii editorials
display n manly independence, candor nhif
ability, that the jo.irntU of . the present
day, in Nebraska, would do well to im
(now a m KriTT Dramatised. The
New York Ileruld says: Burton's thea
ter has been full to overflowing every
mgh to see the MerffVVfvwwf Wind
sor." wiih its fine cast Burton, Ma th
ews, Brcmabaui. Wnlcol and Uiers und
Brougham's " Pocahantas, ' wfnch is still
fresh. Of course ladies never grow old.
On Saturday evening M.r. Brotirhtiui iiade
n telling point in thi iece -m allasi6n to
tht recent Uravr ntnl- Kfrtfaet'twiif rhr
IIoust if Representatives. , W'tiin if&
bratjej ijr3 eitielf in "ffJ df 4 t&P
Lata ii i-ays s.'
HoM havii lon !
- Do you Uiuik you're ia Washhiptarf
, To thiBroughaiiiaddyd-y-j J:j1
The e blows must, not be applied,
len from the Administration Hide.
,ou '.. : i ; : , .i i XitvJlx
Fn au ns os the-PosT-OrricE The
British poM-oliioe ha himi:reiplain!
that lare number of newspaper con
taihg writing arc discovered iiVtbtf mailr
received from the L'nHe'd States ; and, ac
cording to a , request niode of onr est
Office Department, trie latter has rJfrecied
the attention of tho posiaia-ter tbrqughv
out the country to the necessity. of enferoM
ineUi" laws and reguluiiotisoperftheifuV
ject; and enjoined them' to pVdteVt th pos
tal revenue .froju such , illegal, practices,
by exercising greater tare ansl dilligencet
in ihe future.- - The British1 ottictf" ha'
been'reipui'sted'to "rcfu?n''t'J rtiif'coqtiify''
all uuwspaper, Sic. illegally . foj warded
from tho United States at llioi printed
rates, with n view of prosecuting-ilie sen
ders for the recovery of. the ..penalty of
So for each offence. , ,,-,, t -
,; ,', Vf
The Land Sales. :The C,ariiJ')f)lrS
in this city was re-opened or jjirtwi) ti
try of ull the land in this Lantl District
which was withdrawn from market on ac
count of grants to the several Rail Road,,
companies, on Tue.-daV last'. :yh4 amtJuhV
oi jiuius mgs restoreu ami wnicti oecomiri
now subject to private entry at thitrHe
is nearly on million of acres.5 The lei
opened very 'briskly pTgpda;''witi,
plenty of buyers, their poci.(Us,iiV!r'j
warrants and -cold, anxina -tmr tflivwi
lTi'.c'e Samuel of a portioh'.of trts oeoflfhC
in Western V:a?'l",,
TiiEn.MOMi.THicAl..-r-It will be.s'eeii by
V . 4 J . I . , . . . .
the following Record that Febnary was
the coldest uont . that we have JuifJ ijiis
winter. The ;Mercury nr. btlolvrfcero
. M . H tl v-J . I i - u
9 .luues jjuruig ,tlie monih., .7 (jtf lOt t
wa i tlio coldest, and . tM v'Jth, tlie warm-
. ..' i it J L. f
alwtild liavc paused
one lt at int to ex-
" Ob wa.l om powV lh gift to (tl ns,
To ate ouriMvts as othrrs af e us.'
tBat ia pity wt imagine a hopUt am
brtion leads you on, prompting you to
greater length than ever ; and thinking
thus, .we must grant to you the arms moat
natural to yourself; and when we find
you flying otTat tangents, biting hear and
mapping there, and when we hear your
low prowl, like muffled thunder, we know
thai " Had lulcri LtkaU$ arunJo."
t Nebraska Terrtlorjr,
Four y jars since, . western Iowa was
tht limit to western emigration, and the
Territoriei west of the Missouri River,
wcr regarded in the prospective ; but in
iku he-tt ti n, the rj Ii influx of an in-
Tootle Si Jackson vs. Michael Jones; at
tachm"it; Pojp!eton for jdif.
Tootl ? Si Jackson vs John Enoch, sher
iff; teplev'm; roppleton for pllfs, Bowen
Strickland for dtt.
Joui Birtels vs. George Jennings ; at
tachment : Bowen Si Strickland for pltf.
Jobn J Town, cashier, vs. Stephan I).'
catur anj J FCofl'man ; coti. of judgment ;
TB Lemon for pld'., Bowen Si Strickland
John J Town Town, cashier, vs. S A
Strickland; con. of judgment ; Lemon for
plil', Ikiweiiund Strickland for dft.
McCord Si Town vi. John Finney ; eon
of judgment; Lemou f-r pill's, Joweu and
StrickUnd for dft.
I farrison lierry vs Juhn Thomas.eoiuta
tie ; replevin; Bowen Si Strickland for
This distinguished JL'xican chief Las
arrived in N:w Orleans and js now on
his way nonii, Willi bis two ilaughteis
lie was terribly whipped in Mexico, and
hi now ru'iniug like a scared pickerel
i Gen.' Zuluua is his successor us Pro
visional President. TUj new Govern
ment is recopnsA;d by but few province
and the country is in great C'lifision.
Zuloagn goes in for ihe Church, and had
obtained n loan of a milion of dollar
frgan leading Ecclesiastics. Gt-u. A faro
bad . jroug,u:Cf d in favor of Santa Ann,
a Du utor. 'I'lie churth party bought
over the Uoops lhat supported Gen. Com.
oufort, auJ ha tbeu icti the city of Mexi
Pauson Bun ws LOW 0.1 1'lLI.I DUSTET.
Walkeii asd Phesiiiekt Buchanan.
Rich llcvdationx: Purson Brownlow, of
ihe Knoxiille (Tenn.) - Whig. : is not
choice in his selection of . words, but
" speaks ri'ht out." In a recent article
oi Fillibusier Walker' capture, be savs:
When U aiker wua urrrsted, and held
to bail for the sum of 5'2,0U0 to appor
ut ihe Federal Court in New Orii ans,
C 'I. Slatter u rich old bachelor of ihe city
went l.i bail. rSlatter is the owner of
th" City lfotel, nnd the' New' Orleans
Arcade, the two houses he rents forabinit
forty-thousand dollars. He : ha 1 f i y
tliouand dollars in the Nieur.ila enfer
prise, and has beeii lh? friend of Walker
all the time. Ex-Senator' SoubV also.
Utminvaunit tCMral Amw-j
tea, and ioth o, tliuso. men-, went In fore
Buchanan, witli Walker',' and heard him
promise Walker not io iatervpt him in fti
rr i7(n.--Walker" detnandi his' 'trial,'
nnd loth these men will be witnesses, and
will iwctr ibis in ihu Federal Court.
hat a fix it will placo the old hypjcrite
ill ! Ii will piacj him where he tiooJ til
years ago. in . the. n flair of ," bargain,
i i ri.'ue ul corru nion." which bo origin'
iM wgiint Mr. Cloy, nnd tacked up by
old George Kreemer! It will bhow hint
up to tho world, ns a hypi ite, a two
faced and insincere .man, and u gray
haired old doma'orue !
It is a disgrace to any groctry kctptr
to be deleted in such lapu'c ty. Ii is un
worthy of a common black leg. Bat how
much more di-!raeeful tor the President
of the United States. The testimony of
co for tra Cru, and took passage on t'.ieim two men will be believed through
tho Tennessee, for New Orleans. Pue- out lho Slate of Louisiana, and unon their
blu had acknowledged th; new ecclesias- testuuoy, Walker will be acquitu-d by the
ticai government, wu i-a t,uve was ui un, at tlio expense of iwchunan
UruaUa, where he tiau ar.n. tl Hie isa. character.
liooal (iuard, and would icsist ihe en
trance of Sauta Anna slio iid h attempt i Miss lloey of Chiiigo, sued an obsti-
to coma. It wa kuppoacd thi t the ciy of nate gallant named Leu. for breach of
'era Ci'uz would iniuiu .ail Uul to La promise of marriuge, and reeoverwd three
Li ive und the Puros. t thousnnd dollars . damage's.' She claimed
G iit. Zuloiia, after his election us Pro- that the bad been damaged len thou.-and.
vis'uual 1 TeMilelit, had nominateu the f tl
I wing era ns to the tahinut : Foreign
est try, of the nonih taoj Mi(cury go
iug 23 degrees below zero tin the fir-t,
and 53 degrees above on the latter :
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9 - 18
9 ' 23
" Below Zto.
Ve are under obligations to C; O.
Woolw'ortlv of Omaha, fur' copies! of Bal
Ion' Pictorial, and the Police Gazette.
Wool worth ba removed bis stora two
door west' of hi, old fctand. . I
S. M. Pike, advertises flour of a supe
rior quality, for sale. -
The Steam Ferry Boat lhat plied be.
twecn Bellevue and Junction C'itv. MirmiL'
Green peas and new potatoes, arc said I -.1.,-t. ,:.... .. i. , .
i f. ., . . i,,, ... .,vi rimiu iimic oldie, uuu SOUK III ril'l 1
relations. Senior C uevas; 1 nasiirer, to be abundant in the vicinity i of New I ', . , . , l
Senior Hi iso Muldenado; Li enor, Sn. Orleans. On some plantations the or.iortC" fert of w;Uer nenr ' e ",0",h. tf
or La r rain .a r. The rtl el leaders, 0ol- ane trees are punin foitli their Idos-oms; ta" PapP'l'10'1 Creek, where it had gona
ii-s and Mirtnnon, were to mai d, w itii the Un I in other are yielding an abundance - into winter quarter. ' An effort has been
The sno.v has disappeared and the
weather i fine. Now j the tin e. to
emigrate to Nebraska. . . '
A horrible, case of spontaneous com-"
bust ion is' ri p iiieu'to fiavtj r,eenlyr-pem
cUrrtd at Cai io, .JIL j 'A- ijian jsamtaTi.
Faxon suQering under the lddirimmirm1
nms, entered ti saioon alld'':cae(f,fttk
glass of brandy. t Iinme;jrijffe.ly':affeit3
drinking it his breath dime in contact
with a iightid match ni the hand of ay
stnrler, and instantly took fire aof JwYnA
ed for nearly two minutes, when 'deatn
ended his sufferings? '-"Ttfe agonizinj
screams' bf the unfortunate innh.be.fly
scribed us having been horrible ih theex
treme. W hy didn't Tie'tdiiil his mouth,
close hi nose, and stop the windofff"' A
i . :. ;i TiJi A ,
Faiimeih, Note Tins.. In a cloudy
morning it is a matter of iliiportance. to
farmers to know weather it vvijl Ve H"Vr
shine or howery iii the afternoon. If
theant3 have ileared thejr".holej piti'v.
und pded th'i.dirt up high,' it setdoin fail)
to bring u clear day to the jfarmer. , Spider-webs
wrll be nmeerotis'a.bbut mops
of 'the grfjin and jSrA.aoinefpimor
ning and fifty yi aVVvObse.ryijoy, ba4
hown the writer ofjihiSjhatihese little'
weiher-gues'.-ers "f-eldomgiIi -jhijjcpfrv
dictions of a fair Jay. . j tltr )
v.!v .. i 1 ' .i - . l h Bi.S
. ' In West -Rutland, Vfjrtrble'tr
ed which ha no superio' forVJuIpWe iu
the world, nndf orm4 "of klhiJs been ex
ported to Rome, ordfefinl'by HarV?irlp
tors.' It has a fim grain; and k's ueaQ.
ti'ully under tWcb&et Ii Creat Bar
rinton, Mass., ih.4re li alleibTw'tnAVl
which befids like'a' bow when wtf",..
A small- chnp;?n the Btreef 'idv.nsl'ig
hat on, atrahgor sees lij(nnd ' 'cria..'rrt 'l
" Ilalio, Jiat, whersj are you going 'UaJ
that boy ?" Jt
The Iiliuo a Centra! Railroad ComparyS
have boeli a t in a nows'rw8 frorir'7a
lena to La Sulle. The fence ha been
set for sevemy eight miles on an BVrHfn
of about t.n boards high,-' aud Swill cost
when completed in the coming; iuniniirfc
about SI 50,000. " 1 : t;'f
church party tnv.p to tho West, to meet of .fruit.
tUo iilhej f.Hoe itl the liberals. r - i . , . , ,
111 supposed m well informed (marter Futrn thousand persona, it is said, fell
mads to raise, it, but o far w ithout kuccesa.
Ftom a private letter received iu town
Kpr lli:il thest iiuiveiiieiosi ivill result in tL.'t,.ii 1.. iliu lunikiA. Art Kiii'n La .I-i
a. . w - - ....... n. ..... .vv... wmm . r ...... u .u ...u IVIIIU'V I Ml lll'"'.n. Illfll .
the return of Santa Anna to Mexico, a took place at Naples commentii e on the W8 earn tt,nl Kev' jeo- Jennings of this
the Church party wire able an l disposed ( 10th of Dercin-r aud continued at inter-, Clt' 14 n"w preaching repentance to tia
Nuc'iolltvf John Chase ; at. 'to t'uy off everything opposed to t'.viin. 1 vaNj until the 29th. I nfrs, in Phila J.lnhia.
The Philadelphians ara reioicie? 'Wfr
the completion and successful'- opefelibn .
of , their first city railroad. .TUV car
run north and souiJi, ihrouhthe whole
lengih of the city. . Thrte. (upaibin hj
running on the route of th rui,: we v
bought t ut by the comrany.' R
Iriiny Lind. . during ler frrofesswil
life, Im given away in chanty, tiorw'toaa
seven humlrrd and fifty , thoisarid ollttfv
One biirrd red and fifty-four nesvspapert
and one hundred alid'foiirreen ipagaji'fj
t re published in the citycf ,Ke Ytf; i
Th total coinage of the L'bIH'A -mint,
cince its es.tabjifeluue.ut W 1792, ba
bceu $C0312.94Q, ' AJi.-moM
'"'- '-r . . " .ttzir i
The Lord Mayor of Laidea-.ef
S10.000 a year, io enable hiiht kbef v
the oM fashioned hofpitalities'rf'ih city.
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