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DELLEVUE GAZETTE. !f.'i"y- s, ' " iih thousands who
have taken uecp draughts from Hio over-
flowing fountain of ti nil).
While truih in itself is a life-principle,
life thnt cannot die, immottal na God
lie source of tr'uth, yrt ot the tamo lime
miNiiY m. nuiiT,
News nnJ Local I'.ilitor.
OELLEVUE, N. T.
THURSDAY. MAY 0. 1958.
Hon. Augustus Hall.
With pleasure we welco-ne, as a resident
of Bellevue-, the Hon. Augustus I fall,
Chief Justice of the Territory of Nebras
krtl' accomplT.I.ed family. The
Julgo has purchased tbe arm firmry
owned by D. E. Reed adjoining tins city,"
and 'hmfone to work in good earnest,
with AiWn to make the same,
the juotJcrann of the Territory. He has
alio commenced the erection of on elegant
residence thereon, which when completed,
will' have no superior in this section of the
country-5 :v" ' ; ' '.' !
We regard tho Territory ' very fortun
ate.iu, ihe selection to fill the vacancy
made ly th resignation of Jndgo Fergu
son. Jddge Hull, his more than aus-tain-
edhlslirllianlreputiVtlon, which preceded
him,' as n sound and able lawyer, in the
Courts, the spring terms of 'which he has
just closed, and has given universal satis
fao ioi, bo'.h to the bar and parties lite-
.We recognise in the Judge, the courte
ous and dignified Jurist, whose opinions
give evidence of great learning and deep
thourat the social gentleman the tin
flinching friend the enterprising citizen
the ncomprmising; democrat and the
"rioblest work of God an honest man
A&aht we say, "en part of h Territory
and of Bellevue, most cordially, welcome
- lecretary of Xebraska.
One thing at least the people of the
Territory, have cause to rejoice over, in
connection , with the appointment of J
Sterling Morton, as Secretary of Nebras
ka, and that is, the appointee, ia a nsidtal
of;, the Territory. ' We think Morton is
rissonally. qualified to discharge the du
ties of the position, as they are of a light
nature,' being not beyond those of an or
dinary book keeper, except in case of the
absence' of, or a vacancy, occurs in the of-
fice of Governor, when tho Secretary
discharges the duties of that office. .We
are pleased to know thnt Gov. Richard
8911, intends to remain at hi post punc
tually.1 and we trust for the well being of
the Territory, that he may not be removed
by. deader otherwise during the term of
terries of the present Secretary. On the
whole, we think that a wone appointment
plight have been made, ' than this of J
it moves not of itself; it has no inherent j Ue I" 'f" t. nnd brought
iiiiii u inn) v.iikiiiuivu ivuiirtiuiu in mi -ii
Whilo Mr. Biker vv as holding the cup fur
the consiunate villinn to drink (for ilson
was hiniiig hi' illness) three oilier pris
Local & Territorial.
.4 Ilinvc tinman. '
About 2 o'clock, Inst Sunday morning,
a messenger i.;me to jailor Baker, in the
mil nl iitcll .u. 11 ttnli lhi inf fllicpnco I
Uinta prisioner j.nmcl Spencer Wilton , House, i.ext Sunday Evening, nt 7 1-2
was tk', and wished Mr. Baker to bring o'.tock. Subject, The Great Revival
him sum" rnrdii:.e. Mr. H. did not he-1 c
.j C. CGosS, will preach nt the Sc!iul
' Pioneers of Thought.
In every age of the world, we have
had adventurers in the far off regions of
thought. ' Such hare always discovered
the new shoros of truth, penetrated far in
to the" interbr, and unfolded its beauty
When truth is thus divested of error, and
held up in an attractive form, oihsr are
eager to embrace it; soon they are in
power or reir-propagation. its power,
however, is mighty, when touched by the
ever of intelligence. Like precious
gold-sands, it has to bo searched after;
sometimes patiently and with much toil.
I has to bo separated and cleansed from
the rubbish of error, moulded, polished,
and sent ( forth for use. While g 'ing
forth; on its' tniasion, it exerts an' untold
influence upon countless millions of those
who embrace it. While then the gold of
truth has no self-demonstrating power, its
Jevelopment is attributable to tho-e""7io-
neers who are ever ready to act, and w ill
ing to wait.
Thre is a striking similarity between
the mines of California, and those of
uth. Only a few have the courage or
the pat;ence to sacrifice home with its
friends and brook the tide of prejudice
and persecution, and emfark as pioneers
into regions unknown, in ordtr to benefit
the race. The truth is, so many have
been tacrificed upon the universal alter of
superstitious prejudice and bigotry, that
timid souls quail before it. It requires a
fortitude worthy a lover ef truth, to thun
der ar athamas against such maniclcs of
The pioneers of new countries receive
the gratitude of no one their hardships
and, privutious are scarcely noticed by
those that afterwards receive the fruits of
their toil. So with the pioneer of thought.
The poor bigoted laggards, who mke the
term humbug, the scape goat for their
own ignorance, sneers at ihem and pro
nounce them mad-men and fools. Thou
sands had seen the apple fall long before
Newton, but it was left for this pioneer,
to discover the great truth, that gravita
tion was the mighty baud of the universe.
This idea was far in advance of his co
temporaries, hence it drew down upon
him their contempt, and he win denouhced
as a visionary enthusiast. So of Frank
lin and Fulton. They delved into regions
unknown to those about them, and thared
the same fate. Beecher, rarker and a
;iost of others, of our own day, who are
far in advance of others, in scientific liu
manitarian and theologic truth, are de
nounced by mental pigmies, who glory in
their own ignorance, as skeptics, infidels,
and heretics. Such terms are usually the
watchwords of bigots. Men of the fu
lure, who are living in the present, may
not now be appreciated ; but ofter gener
ations will rise up to call them blessed.
It is impossible to point out any new de
velopment of truth that did not emanate
" The members of the Bellevue Library
Association, will meet at the school house
on Monday evening next, for debate.
Tj the Rtrctmc vns or Sarpv
Coiwtv. A meeinjif the Republicans
of Sarpy county, will beheld in the school
house in lkllevue, on Saturday he Ijtli
ins.t.,at twj o'clock P M. fjr the purpose
of organizing the party in this County,
and electing delegates to attend the Con-
Tin; supply trains left Nebraska City
hist week for the Army of the West, nnJ
three are to leave this week. There are
twenty-six wagons 111 a train, each wagon
Carrying 5,700 pounds and drawn by six
yoke of cattle. It is expected that trairs
will soon leave daily. It will take till
venlion to be held in Omaha, on the 27th nearly August, before the last train w. l
day of May. Republicans Rally!
oners, named Eddy, Ward, and Missic, Subject, " Resolved that slavery has im
stole slyly into the cell 111 their stocking proveJ ,h col)jllion of ,h African race."
t... . II I - . I .I.A.I. .
lei i 1 .w 1 . jj. a unlit ociiiu iimuii ,11.11 , . , ,
. . v 1, 1 i , .i.m ..... 1 All arc invited to attend.
mm aeieu 111111, vuii; 111111 iu uej iuuuu,
be ready to leave.
beat him terribly about the head, and abus
ed Ii 1 in shniuetu ly. Une of the wretch
1 IICRMOMCTRICAL. li'lOW ll be
t-s steppuI on the throat of ibe proiirute found out .Thermometrical Record for
April. On the whole, April was on tin-
The Ladies' B nevolent Society, will
mett at Rev. Win. Ilauiil.on s, on Tuors
evening of neiLl week. . .... .
We have had 23 steam-boat arrivals
t'lis season, as follows: In March, 4 ;
April, 1G; May, 3. Lnst year, up to
this date, there were 21 arrivals. Ia
"March, 2 J 'April. 13 J' May, 6.
love with it and are found scattering it in
. When nioneers have discovered the
goodly fields of some new truth, it is im
possible to keep the intelligence to them
selves--froin the very nature of the case
they must propagate it. The same law
holds; good os in the discovery of anew
country. Being enriched ar.d benefited
the pioneer's heart goes out after his
friends and neighbors, to come and tharc
with him. . , ,
t The discovery of truth also makes
man bold ai ' well as strong. There is
much philosophy in that scriptural remark
'.'The righteous are bold es a lion
From the nature of the case they could
not be ! otherwise. A man who never
sees, investigates, or practices truth, but
is all enveloped in the mures of error, is
a. verv week, tiaiid, sneakish sort of a
man. - His eyes are never in the eyes of
others, but continually looking downward,
while the blush often covers his sheepish
looking face. When a man has perme
ted himself .with the sweetest orders of
mnh ' and ' thrown . its ' lovely garments
aoout him, he is an intellectual Collossus.
compared with what he was before. He
walks forth in the majesty of his conscious
power, while those who were previously
his superiors, are mere infants stalking
around under bis shadow. Luther was
impiy man in form, during his early
days, but having discovered that he had
mind of his own, and that he was alia
to do bis own thinking, he began to thun
der against thlt.Vtjcan with a vehemence
that showed to th wine bloated, powdered
fogies, thst h possessed power that all
bell couid not resist. Luther was weak,
Wut Luther the Reformer, inspired and
. and impregnated wun ibe enlivening
nfTguinj principle of truths, al
from the inspiration of such pioneers. A
barren intellect can produce nothing, any
more than a barren soil. Fertility is es
Kential !o production. The race would
soon become extinct, tnd the scriptural
injunction, to multiply and replenish,'
nugatory, if the world was as barren phys
ically as the class to which I allude, are
mentally. Like the fabled Maidens, hav
ing been banished to a lone islands, where
there were no men, because they hited
them, run ott in one generation; so if
there were upon this planet, no thinking
active, stirrintr, live pioneers, truth would
soon be smothered, and the dark arcs
again envelop us. Moving automatons
without life or power, ought to thank these
guardians of truth for stirring up the wa
ters and keeping the atmosphere moving,
There is no other way to keep them pure
and healthy. Every new idea, every new
iuvention. every blesiini to the race
spring from active, fertile brains from
soil enriched with thought and investiga-
lion. the woriu cannot uitpens wun
such men. They are the lights of the
present, shedding a halo of light and
truth, down the future.
jailor, while the three other proceeded to
gn and tin I lum .not, however, until he1
hud made sullicient noise to awaken his
w.fe, who. brave woman ! seiied a revol
ver, and stationed her. elf at the outer
d .r IfitJin into tho 'hull, wheru hu
calmly awuiied developments.
Meanti tie the vilhans had picked Mr.
Baker'j po:ket of his tvallct, and the
prison keys, and locking him in the cell,
oolly proceeded to prepare for departure,
oiisiduring themselves now " all hunk,"
at the phrase is They picked up their
eaeheU, which were carefully packed,
fljng their coats on their arms and pro
cjeueil to the outer uoor tor tue purpose
of taking leave. What was their conster
nation on looking through tho hole in the
door, and beholding leveled directly ut
them an ugly concern with six holes in
the end or it, and a little white linger
calmly restms: on the trigger. ' Advance
one step in this ha'l," sa d tho delicate,
but firm voice, "and you die." Tho vil
lains) quailed. "Coiiio on," said Mrs.Ua
ker, " but the first man who steps from
that door I will shoot." This was more
than the fellows had bargained for. But
one of them was cool and impudent.
" Pshaw 1" said he, " you don l know how
to shoot it. V es 1 do, said M rs. lid
Wer, I have been practicing ihi long
time ; if you don't believe it you can make
the trial." The fellows were completely
baffled. They retired for consultation.
With a refinement of deviltry worthy ihe
arch fiend, they returned with the intelli
gence that Airs, li.iker might take Her
choice either to see her husliand's'jbrains
knocked out. or to retire and let inein
ps nut ! Here indeed was a fearful tri
al! What did llle brave woman dot
Sho quailed not for an instant her eye
relaxed not its vigilence her finger
trembled not on the triircrer there she
stood pointing the deadly weapon through
the iron bars of the had before the do r,
nd repeating tr warning to ihe vil ains
not to come forward a step, as they valued
ife ! e challenge history to produce
an example of mora glorious heroism on
iarl of a woman :
A messenger had in the mean tune
gone after help, and it soou came in the
shape of some of the mot resolute and
nirdv men in atertown, who spentiy re
vived the little woman front hr guard.
drove the prisoners lack to their cells.
und set mat ters "to riiihts."
Hie four men are now in chain. They
are named II. D. Eddy, in for raud Jar
ceny at N atertown ; Oliver Misuic, in for
attempting to commit a rape in Kuiianu ;
arJ, in tor iiurgiary
pleast month. Conide ralle rain fell dur
ing the mouth, accompanied with high
Joseph E. Pray i erecting a.
building, on Main s'.rei t.
April, '53. a.m. Vg. r.M. I);. r.M.
1 7 32 2 07 J
2 7 50 2 81 9
3 7 51 2 63 9
4 7 30 2 54 9
6 7 30 2 50 9
G 7 21 2 40 9
7 7 40 2 50 9
8 7 42 2 43 9
9 7 3G 2 61 -9
10 7 36 2 42 9
11 7 33 2 33' 9
12 7 32 2 39 9
13 7 32 2 43 9
14 7 23 2 GO 9
15 7 31 2 60 9
1G 7 34 2 56 9
17 7 46 2 62 9
13 7 52 2 53 9
19 7 51 ' 2 60 9
20 7 33 2 62 9
21 7 55 2 70 9
22 7 46 2 50 9
23 7 35 2 62 9
21 7 36 2 44 9
25 7 36 2 60 9
26 7 36 2 01 9
27 7 42 2 71 9
28 7 CO 2 86 9
29 7 63 2 82 9
30 7 43 2 52 9
B,i':ki At the Amual' Conference of the M.
E. Church, held atTopeka, Kansas, for
the Terr tones of Kansas nd Ntlad.a,
F. M. Davenport has removed to his lh(, foowjsj nppointment&ere ' made
new store on Main st:eet. which he l'ns for thi3 Territory ; " .
recently erected. j ; Nel.ra kn Ci v Distri t, J. M, Chivintf.
i i . i . i t tf)1I pnt.9idijT Elder; PltuUnviuth, Laud
Col Sites, Superintendent of the Platte IIrt; Mi. Pleasant. Martin Prichard ;
River and Runnmg Water Wagon Road, i elraska City, u. ii. May utoe uty,
10 Oe Clippiieu , liiowu.inc, I imu uiiiiuii ;
Falls Ciiy. J.' W. Taylor Tet liinseh, J.
VV. Minard ; Beatrice, to be supplied;
Sail Creek, Z. B. Turman ;
Omaha District. WVH. Goode", Pre
siding Elder; B l'cviie.'to be. supplied;
Omaha City, W. M.Smiih; Florence, II.
Burch; Piatte Valley, Jacob Adrian :e;
Foinenelle, to be supplied ; Desoto, Je-
. 1 1 its i a i i .
rome piin.ian ; I euaman, to oe suppnea ;
arrived yesterday, by the E. A. Ogden.
He will proceed with the completion of
the Road in a few days.
Meeting or the Commissioners tc
He-locate tiic Capitol or Nidraska.
In uccordancu with the requirements of
the law, of Re-locating ihe Capitol of the
Territory of Nebraska, the Commission-!
ers, Messrs. S. F. Nuckolls, of Otoe Co.;
W. D. McCord, of Cass; John Fiuneji
of Sarpy ; and E. B. Hamilton, of Wash
ington ; met in the city of Bellevue, on
May 1st, 1S58, and were duly qualified
by Cheif Justice Hall, by filing the re
quired bonds, and taking the necessary
oath. ' After which, the board was duly
organized, by the election of W. D. Mc
Cord, of Cass, President. John Finney.of
Sarpy, Secretary, and John Howard of
Cass, Clerk of the board.' ;
The board resolved to meet in the
month of June, the day and place o
meeting, to be fixed by the President,
and then proceed to view,, the Territory,
designate 1 by law, for the locntion of the
Capitol, and for the transaction of such
Om idi, A. J. Dorsey;
Niobrarah, to. be
May has opened fine. The lowering
clouds that have hung over us considera
ble of the time, during the past month,
have beoii dialled, and 'the - weather is
now extremely pleasant, which" gives sat
isfaction to those that have been weather Qlher bllsiliesj putai,,, l0 Ju,y Bs
bound, several uuys past. ,..ov coino before them
Hail Stohm aud Tobwado.- We
learn thnt on the 19th inst., a violet t
hail storm accompanied by a heavy ram
and tornado, visited the region of Piny,
and ImlcMusqueto creeks in this county.
Wo are informed that the hail stones
were washed and rolled, down the side
hills a;:d bdged against the fences in
such quanthi.-s, thut 24 hours afier the
storm, drifts might bs found 2 feet in
depth. The rain fell in such quantities
that it washed up all the new planted po
tatoes, on land which was not nearly or
quite level. Linle Musqueto and Pony
creeks, were several feet higher than the
oldest citizens ever -avv them before.
Two or three houses were blown down,
and all the bridges on the streams were
carried away.'.' Although there were sev-;
era! narrow escapes, fortunately no lives,
were lost. Council Bli ffi Bv&k. -
P. W. Lane has completed and is now
occupying his new dwelling, on Hancock
Street. ; '
Mr. John A. Washington,-the present
owner of Mount Vernon, proposes to sell 1
200 acres of it, which, minus the grave of
VnhinMnn. would Im worth about $10.'.
Grand Jury for the adjourned term ofj 000, lor 200,000. He formerly refused'
the District Court to be held ul Bdllevue,;
- II .- . rr. o. I A .-.... .. I... Of... l- Ifc'.O1'-" M
vve con attention 10 i. j. . ivyes uu uiunu.iy, isi uaj "l .uiic, '-"-
Advertisement.-' "They have a lare va
riety of goods for sale, at their si re on
Main Street. Give hem a call.
Win. D. Howies, . David E. Longsdorf,
J. J. Ivainm. will execute House, Sign
and Oruamenul Fuiulituj
lit ad his
James B. GloVr,
John Cody. - ,
Jos. E. Pray has lost a Gold Watch.
See Advertisement, in another column.
t ..........o Wnr.l hi r..r l,nrrl:irv 111
Watertown: nnd Spencer Wilson, in for A. N. Br.ggs is now busily engaged
bur.'lary in Clayton. Four more h aveif in erecting his large two-story dwelling,
defying and devilish wretches probably 0l, Hancock Street
leflerson county boasts not; at least we
hopn so !
Mrs. Inker is a small, slim woman.
with very expressive features, in whuh
couraire nnd firmness are di-played in the
keen. iLar eve. an t tho resolute lints
about the mouth. We asked her if she
would really have shot ihe men, had ill y
disregarded h r warning. 8he said
' Most certainly I would ! WoulhCtyou. I
Ihca IJtraU, w'Jpru a.
A Nine Thousand Djllar Wire
Lost. The Kansas ILrald relates thus jieaj( g ctS-
An interesting case came off last week
Nathaniel G. Benton has constructed a
large Flat Boat, aud.is jiow crossing pas
sengers, &.c. over the Big Muddy, between
Bellevue and Junction City, at the flow
ing rates: Four Horse or Ox Team,
81,25 ; Two da., SI, 00 ; One Horse and
Buggy, 75 cis.; One Horse and Gig, 50
cts.; One Horse and Rider, 25 cts.; Foot
man, 10 tts.; Loose Horses and Cuttle,
per head, 10 cts.; Loose Swine or Sheep,
Geo'ge W. Oiven, Levi Leiew,
W I'uain W ilkmson. . .
'. , " Pnit Jury, "
James T. Allan, ,F M. Davenport
Louis Bart-Is, j Georg.i P.! Are rill,
Georen U'ivet. ' Saml. M: Pik'e;f,
And. Snsenijorf, (jeq. Clearwater,
Frm-mnn diulkim, Win, R. WaL-qii,
Da'nl E. Reeit, ;. ; W,' Mjc Lrtftghfin,
Joseph Dyson, ' - Ralph 11. Hall,"
Samuel Snyder Sr.," Selar ,Sn?e, ' '
'John Firtney. Simon R:indo!phi
II. A. Ln'T'dorf, Robert Shields,
Chnrlen Child. Thomas llainey,
And. M. Pollock, Michael Jones.
STEPHEN D. B NGS,
County Clerk .
Belle vne May 4th 185?. '
At the regular Annual meeting, of the
Institution or the Grand' Lodge i
or the I. O or O. F. or Nebraska
The, Grand Lodge of the Independent
Order ff Odd Fellows, of the Territory
before the recorder's court, in this city. qUal,fiuC Electors of the Bellevue School of Nebraska, was instituted at Nebraska
It seems Dr J 1 Chapman btjeaiw en- u heJ ul Deeru . on Mon. c fc 2?th t) f M(fch
aniorrd la-t fall with a beautiful ana oc- . 1
coint.lished youn-r ludy by the nam- of day, the 3rd day of May 188, t. e follow- under ihe most favorable auspices. The
31 l.-.i Kittle. It seems ner inarms were ing persuiu iyi io cicvicu n uimiu v. wr loliowmg onicers were eiecieu
so prepossessing as to cause the l?r. to im- rp(t0rs for the District, to serve for one ed
r, William Robinson, President
C ...... .. . IT .nn.'a T.rTcr
rly sixty, and she young and beautiful, '" .
he required him o advance a bonus to Treasurer. On motion, it was resoiveu,
th promise of marriage. To this the that, all the powers conioiued in sec. 39
doctor readily consented, and made over to Lj ,jje Act reating to Common Schools.
ner, according o n.s account, ' he and are hereby delegated to the Dis
thousand dollars' worth of property. Since -.1
uiu ujiiu, i "-J""' ..-.
JAMES GOW, Pres.
W. H. COOK, Sec'y.
Congress. The Committee on the
contested seat of Hon. Fenner Ferguson,
reported a postponement of action until
October next. The report was adopted.
Further action upon the Pacific Rail
Road Bill, is also postponed until Decern
ber next. ,
ah came into possession of tho property.
she deilmed marrying bim.an'l he brings
his suit to recover the property. The gul
won the suit.
Commerce or Braiil. The accounts
of the Jast fiscal year show that the com
metre of Brazil has been most lucrative
for ber, as we find her debt (the bonds
for which are ia great demand m Lon
don. has been diminished, and the re
. ' . . . i
ceipts beyond expenses nave oven more
than20.00'l.0UU ot trancs. 1 ne nrt ssure
in Europe and North America has had
some effect upon her. but not to tho ex.
tent of other nations ; for Brazil has more
than fifteen million dollars hard currency,
and only twenty million of paper, which
makes ber condition in this respect better
than thtl of Massachusetts, which has one
dollar in gold and silver to between five
and six of paper.
A German womrn who resides in
Elizabeth. N. J., and has been supported
bv Dublic charity for years, died last
week, and leavs S 14,000 in bonds nnd
inortiracres. which, as she has no heirs.
will revert to the town.
C. C Goss delivered a very entertain
ing lecture on Nebraska in this City, on
Tuesday evening last, to a large and at
Immioration at PoaTLAR d. There
arrived at Portland during the past year
nineteen hundred and twelve alien pa
sengers. subject to head money. Of these
about l'OO have gone to Canada. The
amount received from alien passengers
was 81.431. Of this sum $734 25 was
refunded to those going out of the coun
An old toper was induced to sign the
temperance pledge, which he kept relig
iously for some weeks. At last he git
decidedly balmy, and one of his friends
remonstrated with him for his faithless
ness to his obligation. He answered,
To b" sure I signed ih plL'e, but 1
was tremendously dry, and all signs fail
in a dry time."
Horace Rogers is erecting a dwelling
on Franklin street, near the Presbyterian
Church. , ,
Steam Boats. The St. Joe and Oma-
ha Tacket. Watossa, arrived Sunday
morning, May 3.
TheD. A- Januart, passed down on
her return from Ft. Randall. She has
been above since the 12th ul'.
The E. A. Ocden. Win. Thompson,
Master, and Douglas, Clerk, arrived on
Wednesday morning, May 5th. and dis
charged a lot of passengers and freight,
at our Levee.
The E. M. Rylamd. "ine u- this
P. G. Chas. F. II .lly.
P. G. J. W. Stull, R
W. II. Cook.
to Stdr to mryotie but tht? Federal iwn
ment or , trgmfa i bitr tl)em jio pming
forward, he is now willing to accept his
$200,000 from the'"-Laities1 of Virginia,
assisted as they are by those of Other
Stales and the eloquence of Edward Ev-.
erttt. Mr. .Washington,', has .' already ,
made a ood thiur of selling tho umber
otf these hallowed acres fpr canes, snuff-
toxe . "ic. As Mr. U, is not a Yankee
wo suppos? there is nothing to be aid :
but if he only tttre n Yankee, he wou!4
be esteemed , an .intensely mean one.
Sli 1, a man mny do what h: like with
his own," and those who don't: like whit.
I he dose ure at perfect, liberty to grumble.
CoNriDENcc Extraordinary. Will
iam Faher came to town from. Missouri..
I Before leaving home he was cautioned
against New York harpers; but vvhi e
actually in ihe act of keeping a sharp,
h ik-out for them, he vas ' laken in and
done for." In West Street .he was ac
cosied by an honest-looking ttranger, wb
exhibited a c!ieck on ihe Greenwich wank
for S200. Stranger '"wanted small
chan.'e," but the Brnk had nothing smalU
er than S100 bills. Could Missouri ac
commodate T . Missouri thought he could.
Stronger stepped into the Bank, and ihe l
came out with two $100 bills in his hond.1
Missouri handed over SlOO .in gold tor
one of the bills, and would have taken
ihe other on the same terms, but luckily,'
his gold did not hold out.' In a few min
utes after the transaction, stranger was
nowhere to be seen. Missouri soon dis-
.. .. i, .t. i i ,
ana install- covered mat ne naa purcn- seu a uau nu
on the City Trust and Banking Company,
and a good lesson on ' confidence opera
tions." JV. Y. Life Illustrated.
R. W. G. Mas
W. D. G. Mas
R. W. G. War-
P. G. R. V. Furnace, R. W. G. Sec
P. G. J. Hamlin, R. W. G. Trreasur
T. G. M. W. Brown. R. W. G. Mar
shall. ' . i
P. G. J. W. Newcomb, R. W. G.
Gua'dian. , , . .
P. G. W. L. B. Boydston, R. V G.
Messenger. . .' . 5 r
P. G. Rev. J. M. Chivinzton, R. W
G. Chaplin. '
The next session of the Grand Ledge,
A Geowino Citv Nearly every
body car recollect the very origin of the
city of St. Puul, Minnesota. She is
scarcely twenty years old, yet look what
she is! A pity of .more' than .forty thou
sai d inhabiiants ! She is now f course,
just assuming a position to command bet
own uestioy. he so oversnaaows
other cities on the upper Mississippi Rrv
er, that every eye which is turned to the
Northwest rests on the city of M. ffu
When a place has attained the repujf
tion ond power which are now St.-Pauls,
- . . L.l
it then commands its own luxury uw
the importance of straining every nerve
to obtain this precedence. Whathat
seeking fot oliomi in a city of Minneso
ta will not go directly to St.' Paul. 'I9
ner; she' h
only 10 open her arms to receive popuis
, . .aum n ,he e-
will be held at Omaha city, on the second Jfa'rf
Tuesday in July next. she j4 bey0IMj fear 0f competition.
The St. Louis Evening N w of a i
date avs : St. Paul, in Miunesota
l .11 vr.itlllZ
one or the most remarnaiiiy
towns we ever heard of. At the late vote
Cuac roa Tooth Ache. A Friend
assures us, that the following is a sure
remedy for ihe
loo-h ache :.
Tk a on thw proposition for the State to borrow
peie'e of allum. and an equal quantity of $5,000,000 to build its railroad. .
common salt, powder them together, dip a cam 4,240 voters.
i;..i ,. :. ....1 ,i, wins to iiui oier.
VUttUH IUtU ! l4 Ill9tl I UV VU'VWII I
Estimating 10 iobabi-B-hieh
is about in?
cottou into ii, and insert ibe cotton .hi, vvouU
' I luiinl riitm ir lYoti prn nliGS- Hill " .
in the fractious molar, and it will cease -vt, lh() lriik -a cil , a population p
a. a I . . t ... I.. T'wt lhat i.1 1 Jtt TL . .. A ylnbUin Bit
Ure torm?uted with aclung masticators w I vote n Minnesota j
f rright, for our citijen.