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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1858)
A few weeks since, we dropped into! ('iieinnxi Tlio report of '.he
the cili o i.f the mililMirr inn! nil nrii'ior nf i-r' n i ( niiiniu o. 0:1 the Kama
M. ItT I!T, loMvi'iini'dy's St. Louis City Directory, 11 oHcstwn was h 1-jt.-.l in the Housd, by a
l.n.vil IMiiiT. s j cy i'f which us slipped in'o our baud, j vote of ll-J,to lO.'l, en the IJOih of April.
x. - --,TiriJ fyf Vllcl lie liM pur thanks. Anv : 1 no senate roncurreu nu me sama uay.
on hore rvtsl hijf to learn the residences,'1 in' the report of the Conference Commit-m-
business houses, of unv one 111 that citv. I '(. The following is a synopsis ( of the
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in 11 do Roliy e tiling nt this oHiee. Mr.'K.
informed us ihnt ho 11 about eonnm no-jug
ihe publication of 1111 livening IVnny Fa
11 i:n 11 y
News n ml
BELLE V U Et; N. T. ;
Tilt' US DA Y. M A Y 1 3, lbofl
IMoiis Lottery Sthenic.
" Tlit. certifies that i.i tl o
holder of shares in tho Sall.aih-
School Charity Fund. Stockholder nro
iiiiirnnteed to receive one hundred limes
Thine who continue lo piiy. into the fund
ns much ns sixtiefitf , J.eft ' fU thW
year in succession to ho Life Members
ot ITtc .American .M'Momatic iienciieenco
Din inir'juueeu ny iui . j -iiumi . j
'. tiom 1.' TLnt tlio State of Kansas
lie find Is hereby admitted into the Union,
1 r . .1... : i
per, neutral i; (...lilies, at,,! devoted to the j wih lhirVimstimMl fl.mej
bu.-inejs nfl'airs uf the uiy. In l'e hand : nl J,,.,.,,,,,.,,, ; nd this admission of her
of such nn eiileip iMng proprietor, we
predirt for it a success tineqnnled by the
Washington Star, the Baltimore Sun, rr
the ri.mulHi.li in hibiic'Lcd-ref, till' of
which ard penny paper.
C01.. FniMoxf'' iot
SocietflvThievJlo do this for nx years.
Jm jTonorary MandHLrj fur Liftu,
Those wjio (f'"'" lovo to Chrit.)
wflc'.they hVfl, will ' huvo a ffee ndmls
hioV.'mrOiifh'lho pntei. mto the llenven-ly'Chjj'.-fl
Snbty-whitft Robe,1 a Heavenly
II iVft..H 'Civnvn of Gold, and a sent nt'lhe
1 igbt-hdiVdef the final ' Judy;-'." ' "
The. above is tho'cciUficutH o 11 scheme
orllitntvd in lliofpuMii city of Urothetly
LortT, ,ttn'lpr:'ihc tailing" nnfno df'ih"
A ..w.l'.iln Vlt.lA...AI ll....in,i.i.it V...O-
4yivi iv-uuy j.i4i'i"iu j w t 1 1 . v 1 j uv 'ui,r l j
ct.y,.;,lli.n'ligious eWorld; having louglii-jr Company,
dnlaped hb lack of system, in thV; benuvw
ohitf oylrfltiolls of tliechurch, InVt wintef,
into the Union 11 11 State is here declared
lo 1 bpwti this f uiHlame uul toutliWou pr-
ceih'iil, 11.11111 lv ; that tlie said contitution-
inljinnruvwll be, fiit nulwumpJ lo a
vote ot tne penpie 01 ivnnaas anil nsemtu
to by them, or a majority of their votes at
rp i leeion to ! Jiejd fvr. tle. pm poe.
At tnc fcftid eh rtioiithff vtitffii; Miall be 1)
StrnrcmfrDotrn of Californin has tlenled ballot, and indorsing h hi Ulloi, mcIi
the case ti jinidie jijujjs vs. ujo lerctu 1 vot t may piease, 1 or juopoMiion ot
Mining Company reversing the judg-1 Congress and adiiiis-lnn," or " Aa'n.-t
ment of tho Court below. The ' question j'proj.osii ion ot Congress iiud 'admis-noii.'"
involves the title (if Fremont to the miner Thn President of- th United .Slut 9,
nl of his Mnriposi clairt. Th Court A".- j ns whi as tlio fact is nuda known to him,
cides against Fremont, OfuL llthl a fee j shall annoiiiu e the satue by procl,iinaliuU,
simplQ.lo jund does not tiurv iviUi il thy 1 nod thereat, and without any fui th'T pro
title to the Hold exliacp'il therefrom, ceedings on the part of Congress, tlie ud
This is considered a jjreat triumph for the 1 mission' of the'S:ato t f )v'inas int3 the
miners, lietirtre in. nnv, tont.eriv or1 I'nnni on an piiunt iootmg wim m orii
in,ajiy te husiticss iikmj 'tsaij pityi
liiup.V'Coine.baiiljruiit, and uiah!u
et JO iitet th demands of tlmjri gorf,'i(?m
temrdei.'mel to-'lher'- In ofdef' tii'di vLit
vvnnhii 'inrai'i't bfihdiicc'the yotinXicrtf
opjQ SiUtijJi oJ4ilip'. cv'mo, t ; tlwjiif.'
r(a. 'iu'isH" :t.i .ii.iB ;"',u .'11
The Wnafar-er thsrhl.mc'va,j
. j,. .! ( (3t ,!i.-i j - 1 a.-.i --!... . . . ...
(jiillivcr, a clescendjnt.i l ( supj.osp of tho
vrfUUle Ssnuo Tte iuevliiir-. was held
iit 005 ei tlib UatliLoyittrcliM ami oonod
by pra-yf; iVi wrrfvrtcTiro it' nn 'uiV 'Vf
hoj-ij, $iljy .Irouit f'orlU.a . uionotroiis
inewse ynuJ ,!. ;-! .i t v. I - ;!;
vnrt, fTi'rf hfo'itnW vefjr fniily." Ticli-'
.. "'"S" "S'.r .I1 .rS'v" .""V nuiwreu per
00 fejr itirevHmtaUi This ii a great
UoMony is rrfidorit of the Merced Mm-
whih has coiitesti'd the
cast at grent ex pen e, oml i js suppose
will rean irrcal.U'J vantage. U'oui tin- ueu
sii.ni ro4"'' " ' ' '" '
lo,.-Fremont 'farril out with' him a
nal States, in nil .respects wlt.Ue.vef, hitl I
complete and abu'lute, aud &aiu , State
shall he entitled to one ini-inher , in the
House of Representatives in the Congress
of the Vint
be? lalfn l y
104 to LOI.- The bill provides that the
retei'.ts rroin the sales of lands shall be
invested' in live per t ent slocks, os a per
petual fund; and that the intere-t shall he
appreciated to the support of at least one
college in every Matej in wlnnf agrjcti
ture ami tlie mechanic Arts shall i8 proi
nentfiudies "v '.' I'
The vote posiponinff further nction oil
the Pacific Uaild KoaU Hill, lias been rn4
Congress has voted adjourn on the 7th
'Tiis Wr.w.Tii or Ttir tTMTri.
Si it i s. The agreate wealth of th
United St'ates'is estimate at ?12.000,b00,
UUUt (T.lie populationfnt;JI,00(),t)UUsou!,st
liitr wealth divided by 'the poHilatiem qifrts
!f.300 to each person, young and old.
And ciuintiiiir, C persons to cuch fan.ijy
it wouhl tiiv.yttnr neinl um !o 'S'2,.'i00 te
every XainilyVJiaudoinc luiJe lurtuaiilZ-.
this would . ,Tlji Uitit'U, Stales is
truely a wealthy, pipilois' and happy
country. - - ...
, An officer writing to Uie Jloton Journ
al, says: the Utah army consists of only
1,700 rank niul liile, according lo the offi
cial reports,., J'rom Mormon prisoners
and oilier sources,'. ,ho judges that .Salt
Lale City conuuns about OjllOt), inhabi
tants, divided. s follows: b.OOO. mulss
from tlie use of Xiftu6u to fifty, whkh
comprises .the riny; '1,0U0 other males
older or vnancr than tho above, and 2-,
4-.. . .!l -e. ... -.4 ...4lflf.il f. ...... ..c. 11. ...... s tiro u'li-iid
eu riaies unui iiir 11111 ikhmi? vim n iu.ni ui niium
.1... f. . .I4..., 1 1 :........,o. 44. . n( SifMMt iiiA. 1 - ' 1 1 : ' '" . " 1
llli"' ' ninui mm iiihiciiii iv. .........
j Local & Territorial.
j The pre-euij.tion rases of Clistypher,
and l.ronson, that have been in litigation
itaine time, hare he eh derided at the Gen-
"j eral Land Office, dvrfse' to the claim
niits. tThc tract in tfisptite, will be enter
ed by tho Town Company,' ai the Land
SaJe, next SppteinbeT." -
Mail Conthacts. Our olliging Tost
Master, L. U. Kinney, has kind ly fur-ni.-hed
us with the following, relative to
the letuug 2hiil Couttacts, just re
ceived by him. from our worthy Delegate(
" H. D. Harl.wasthe lowest bidder, anS
gets thft contract, to convey the mail, daily,
from Coimcil Bluffs lb lkdlevue.
Wat'tles gels r6ute"U0l3,- from
Gle'iiwxlj IoW, v&J lifelWvue, JtolFieC
moW, it. tM !tW8 k U 1 (
The route from Ilellevueto Tlatford, is
not lo), but James Javidaon js the.lovyest
bidder, and no doubt will get the contract.
A . 1 LlJlrJnihjfl 'geii oHteTlOaf rom
Omaha, via Ilellevue, to Nebraska City.
John jForbcsTgets roiile 140CH, from
Omali5"t6 Daliota, 3 times a wCett. M
The lowest ,b4 on rmjie; from Omaha
to Ft. Laramie, was SU000, but is not yet
tl. Vniifil Sim..ii(jov.Ll'.iii. KVnobl a inalbriiv of: the vo'.et bo I I lie writer tnen gives a iim or tne uis
....... 1 t.r.oii i'i.44;..-b.;.ni. i- tl... mlnur-! r .1 . n.'iinsi ilu nr.. limit ion -of Coii'Tusu i ta in'os from St I401HS to Salt LaTiP, ' ror-
al wea.ttli- in the .Mariposa claim; and ai j and admission, it shall he deemed and ludd
the devi-ion'of the California' Court re.-t-1 tlvit the peojile1 of Kansas do hoi 'tleMre
..! tvii7iilw"fin tU lAitfrl States Hnlin':'' aclititstttbn itn.V'i.i Union with .aid CiHV
1h derision 'die- n.H hi' any way all'oa
CkI. Fremont's .title 1 1 the iniues.--We
uuts Veiiiyrrd. t
A n. i.h.hiis been' introduced into the
svituilon. under the conditions set forth in
fuid tTonosiiion ; and in that event the i
people of said Territory are hereby au
thorised and i'U.p4vercil to form for'theni
selves a ' CoiiMilutlon ' and State ' ( .frvern-
Miniiesota' LeViAlflfi.ro " xernpt ntinl m'-nr l.y tin- name ot trio Mate 01 Kansas,,
f chirrs from process of Maw for ihe ro. j according to the Federal .Cousutmion,
- . . 1 1 - I I . I I. ..I Ik. .!... t 4fe c- f.kf tl.nl MillMl Wrt
lawf of tle.bts . contracteu uclore ne- him ". v:o .....wi.s
furnished from topographical notes.
l'rnm sr.T.mits to Tt. T.pivnwisrth,
)'t. bveiimrth to l't. lrmie 1
't. I.iiraiiiicio tSoJilh Pas U. -T. .
Soutli Pass t f.ren IJivor .
Cippii liivcr trt T. miiljpr ' '
g liilieus .of liiut State.,., A fine J whenever, and. not hefor.e, it is uscettuin
uir for men who wish lo jjel rid of jfd, hy a census duly and' legally ta.ibn,
r the'ir'lionot dehts. "' " tliitf'thft 1 populatfort of ffti'l .Territory
inducement to invest in these ifjrht tunes,
when speculators ran ou!y pay six .er
fe.W !is1'ii'.ilj: Sj r't" w-fiok foh
ttye. years, entih?s ono 't9Unemlrship
fSr life5, nnd (ht snnic -'tinf for terl yeari",
raises 6oe totfc' Ietateil poaitjo'n of Viw
lj'ilswcut, witU a Ivnulrcd . per cciit, divt-'
dead iurlng the whole period, i .'. . . a
jTWl 'trie' best 'of lhfs isrheme is yet in fe
fve. j Xu0e,.w d lii a long as they
live, will liflYt rrMi'M through the
gitts 'iutO'the Ileuvenly City the above
cprtificato is unnecessary. A Siiinv-white
Itolo tliii'iT,- of iliar ye ' dirty lyies'.. A
Heavenly Hapf-iot a Jew's , Harp. ; A
Onwjn jrf -Glil -pitch in ky i nimirants.
A seat at the right hand of the final Judge
-SV-plScfc t-cry desirab.e1. Singing'. .Jen-,
ny sold ,ije,hii')iesl shuUj lo it uristor ra
cy, Imt proteBtunts never before old a scat
ifrheuten for gold. ' ' ! ' "
tfucji laitjiiage jf .tio'i liie ' higlu of
llaheniyiheix we ore 'ignorant of. the
ttue use. of language. All this,' too, r is
to lec'eire innocent children, which tnaljcs
if tte'irt'ire glariiiff. ; nv'en' the West "Was
never guilty of so base a swindle.
r By ".tliot nbova rneahs . twelve rnilliahs
of dollars ar to be'raised; finJ the sainN
Tho Cleveland Review makes tho fol
lflftttig. good hits ;.i--it fi; hi j VV
Whether (iueen jVictov'Vv red . pet.i
conts syill become tho fashion in America,
is yet 'to be ''known! It' is certain, ho.v
ever, ffial the attempt of some of her male
predecessors ' to inirotluce their ' ttJ coai
into the country did not succeed,. ;1,
I'ort Hriilsror to fuda CreU .
SiiJa t'reck to Urar RivT '
Ttoar Rivrr to Yellow Creek. ''
Yellow C'roikto K.rho Canyon .
I'.-'ho Cflnvoato Wcb'r liiwf -Wel.cr
Uiver to Salt Lake pty
l'riMD.SU lxnds to Fait ISks City ' l,7tf:
Salt Lake Mau. On last Saturday
the mail for Salt Lake, under the new
contract left this city promptly at tho des
ignated time.1 v Thi 'argues well, for the
ctliciency of the company !nov having the
nwUer.ii. hand. Within eighleeu . days
from lle time of signing the contract, the
line has beeii Mocked with over three
hundred mules, coaches procured, slatidns
provided, and the service commenced: .
The company will require the services
of from sixty to seventy ; men, twenty
caches and twenty baggage wagons.
They 'will have ubmit' twenty s'ations,
and ultimately about four hundred mules.
The company staj-tB upon con'ract tq:do
tho eei;iia in. twenty-two days, , but may
be ordered up to ,, eighteen days, av any
' The 1 'roaches left here on Saturday
with about eight hundred pounds of mail
matter nnd several passengers. Among
the passengers were two, gentlemen con
nected with the pres, ohe of them 'IVtr.
Simonson of the JC Y.' Times. ' '
As this line connects with another line
of Mail Coaches at Salt Lake, which is
under roniract, and iiicouipett'nthunU,to
make ; the distance from Salt Luke to
Shasta Citv. California in twelve 1 days.
we have now h weekly overland connee-
equals the ratio of p.ipulation required for
a mcmlier or tho lioubeot lieprv?-em4-tivesof
the Suited Stales; and, whenever
thereafter such Delegates shall assemble
in 'c6nventioh, they shall first' deteVmifre
by a vote whether if-is the w.sh;:of the
proposed Slate 10 be dinitted into . the
Union at that time, and, i so. "shall pro
ceed lo form a Constitution, and take all
necessary steps for the establishment of
a Mate uovcrnmeni, in coniormuyw tin
the Federal Constitution, subject to the
Si-ckino Up WattB' tiom ."Sd
LivingMon, tho African traveler, d,e
sci il.es an ingenious' inelhoi by1 which the
4Viru ans ouuiui wuier m me uesen:
" The women tie" a ' buncliof grass to
one Vndof a reed,' 'aliout" two feet lo ig,
nnd inse.t' iV in a hole diij deep "as the
arm will reach", 'then'ram'dowri the w'ei
sand firmly-around it I1' 'Applying the
mouth to the freo'eiid bf the rce(T, ' they
form a vacuum in t!w). grass beneath, ,in
which the water collects, and ju n sho.rt
lime rises, to tne moutti. it win no per
i .i.i : ." . .. . i i . ... i.. i -r. !...
, -r ,i " ! . . r ' ceiveu uiai uns s in pie, uui iiujy ninuwoim-
approval, or rol.fwalioi, , of the,, people of, niul-:.(r,.r,a .'.hi,,!. n.Ui'have
tho jiroposed State in such a rnanner n.s
thev inav have' prescribed, and shall be
entitled to admission 'into' the Union as a
State' imder fuclv Conslitution th is fairly
nnd legally made,! with,.. or without slave
ry, as such Constitution may .prescribe.
Section second relates to boundaries,
Jtc, and is the saine'as that in the Critten
den bill. 1 ' ""'''
Section third relates to the Commission
ers of Flection, and is the jnue .. n the
Cri'.tendcu, except , that fhe) United States
DistVet Attorney is added to tfie Govern
or,' Secretary ami presiding omeers ot
both Houses, as ft Commissioner. The
remaining sections are substantially tlie
sumo us in ihe Ciiiluuden bill.
. Wit clip tho .following from the St.
Louis livening Kews :( . . , , i . l(
, The bill reporl'ed l.y Mr. F.nglish, from
the Coujuiittee of Conference for tlie ad
mission, of Kaunas, 'appears to' be a cun
ningly devised trap whereby the people of
Kansas bm to be bribed into voting for
the Lecomptvti ..Constitution. Wu have
iu,t the lull bt f jre , lis, but ve believe its
leading features are:
' "Tint the I.rcompton CoiTtitution be
1 submitted to the people of Ivan.u?, who
been applied in many cases, in different
countries where water is greatly 1 needed,
to the saving of life. Il'seomi w'ohtlerful
that il should have leer. ' ii0v fir.n'' nade
known to the world, , and that it should
have been, habitually practiced jn' Africa
probably for ee'nju'ries. It seems worthy
of being particularly' noticed, that it may
no longer' be neglected from ignorance;.
Ii may be highly important to travelers
on our Western deserts and prairies, ' in
some parts, of which ' water is known to
exist below the surface." ' ' '
.Wnui rcLaughlin vvai.rpfdained ast
Ilulin" F.lder in the Presbyterian Church,
in this city, last Tsunday.
1 M. J. Ragan, of St. Louis, connected
with' the! Omaha' a nd Ft. Kearney Milita
ry lload, arrived in town" last' week, by
the Steamer Ciiftiaf.Tl II t.
. via a ,w-tWH:i,ri i Til
; Mrs., JzE2tyeS flU opeir; her igchool
In this jCty,- yio yft$??ty)Y. J PP?.
Head her advertisement. tlil
fc-"' .'IT"! -1 ;l .! J V' Y '('" "
. T M..McCora odveriises ..Uj-Dwejling
Ilmise' for 'rent,' bn ' Jefferson Street.'ns
will be. Been, in anolur column., . i ,!,
. ;, t i-:. '. . . - I, ,. ,r : f. rr,
i Clarke &. Uro. 'ofTer1 ipuantity of Hun
garian1 Gross' SecAY ftri; Groceries,' fgr
sale. " See their- advertisement.!' o it
.in I ', - rr ,' f".-i4.T. ,! ;t
"T 'jn-T " f ' . :: ," "
The- copnrlnrhip existing - between
U rn. C. AVerlir and Vi H. Longsdorf,
has been ilisoied.vTle .business will
be continued by Win.' C. 'AvertlJ. isa;
says their adve'rtjscinent,' to be foundj W
another column. . ' I . .J -
i.i . .:,i . :.;
Giddiugs. ai one time Delegate in Con
press, from Nebraska, is.a candidate for
the State Seuite, in .Missouri.
NinsASkA HtrvnLicAn. We have
received the first number of the Nebras
ka Republican, published at Omaha, by
our friends lid. F. Schneider & Harrison
J. ltrown, both practical printers. The
llepublicnn ia dignified in Its. editorials,
nwl coirtutns ly far the largest amount of
reading matter of any paper published in
Nebraska. It Is loHb the - exponent of
lhe Reptiblicnrt ptirty, in thi. Territory,
and hoping it will never descend to polit.
ical Irickery, we wish it God speed. In
proprietors are industrious young men,
worthy of support,-and we couauibiidhcir.,
journal to those that are in sympathy with
the political 'iews' that f they .propose to
advocate. Terms, $2 per annum, in ad
vance. , , , , ,
rr :v( 1
.wilett.IC Grow, has .beea. elected, at a.
recent Municipal election, held at Ctuniiig
Ciy)Mof.ma Cili'J ij jj
Stephen Decatur was thrown from his
horse, near Teknma, last veelt Tuesday,
and severely fnjureti.' ' f'Ll.' 1
The'tefiibllchhft'of Neipabtrf Couhiy ,
met in Convention, -at Brownville, Satur
day, May lst.; arid elected' th 'following
Delegates to the. ltfpublican C.onvention,
to be held at Omaha, on the 27ih of this
month : Mr Millick of Nemaha City,
Mr. DaifeV at.d U.'W.' Frame', ot Perue.
The Convention then adjourned to meet
at Nemaha City; June , 19, to; nominate'
candidates for election lothe next Legis-
e jr. '
ture, . ..... .,
At a !Al'jnjcipat.electJpn,' .hell , in, Ne-'
malia City, May 3d,; Jr; W. Wells was
electeil Mayor. . ..',.,..'.
i ,.The t'niteil JJa'p.tists'i anil rFeslytcrians,
hare each organized a church" at 'Roclr
Bluffs, and . the latter denomination w ill
soon erect a church edifice. ' "
' ' '..- n ( ! jl . n ti . u A.
' Rev. Dr. Cuming, of Granu Rapids,
Mich., father of 'tlie late Tr B. Cuming,
is stepping for a abort tune, ia, Omaha. ,
; ivuli fiiir'- Piirifio 1 ruhreii reouir
lyGhll.vr is 'to1 have tho 'disbursing of in? only thirty four day, wilh a pros-jnre to vote,: either. For the proposition
peel that this will bo reuucea, wuma a ,,f Congress ...and ...admission; . ,or,
" Against i1k proposition of Longres-s and
nnii.ijMJii." - ' '
a large passenger Liiiness, and ihnt jx'r-'l If n ,nj n-Ity of lhe votes be east for
sons are h M now in waiiiu;j fir , the ndinhsion under the J,CAMnpiint ConMitu-
caches cf next SuturJay. Wa hail wuh j don, Kansas is ulu aJ ..itttd by a proluj-j Udy, the iniiiisier succeeded iu Iwpiiaing
pleasure . the opening. of this lino under j matiou of lhe Piesi lent; or if a majority tlio' fair one. Finally jl was ellUted, i
the saiii. Whlltf ci fiivorlnft il.iw
T vv "t . h '"-if ,.,ii.;.t
. 'I . I I . T I 1 II ii 'till H' llU'i IV iiiwiii.
i-,o to. ervne ne -uout-uess will w- ,111,,rs,nnii - .irilbbil.tv of
gto prayei'-meeliivg.t Like the Alibones,
h : pel baps' -wtII go to Europe.1' Like
iVrter.'le may !it parts 'unknown, Bn
iiKe jits, great ancrstor. no Jiaa CeUL-rj
lv for IJUvpi'l imtnediately. .
-; -:' : ciiAucnR
BvrrisM ix Hoors.-rAt CbicagQ last
week, a rathcr.amusi'ig scene took place
during tho laptismof a youpglady by the
pastor of, tho Tabernacle.. .The Union
s'jys: " The minister requested her to as
sume tho dress peculiar to such an occa
sion, few she decjiped to, take o(T her
hooped skirt; lhe minuter told hereof the
inconvcujenoe . Wat, must result - trom. nr
obstinacy, but khe persisted. Vhe jJie
ramo to descend into tho bath, the jullutod
skirt, touched jtue, water, aud .roe up
around her Jike a .biUloon. , ,IIer ,hed
was ost lo tUe ,xou"reja'.ion, sue was
swallowed up iu lhe..swc.ling kirt, tho
miniatej- tried to force'; her dwn iolo the
baih. but she was keep above tho surlnce
by the floating properties of the xi iuoline,
und was buoyed up so successfully that it
was not until afujr much difficulty, and
many foiubU- attctnpU ,to submerge the
nnd substantial Bridge, hns
been ereeted over Ahe rappiilien (C-eek,
mv theVTerntbrirtV'tliiad'"' fading .'f'rom
Cedat Island to 'Omaha1, near tne resi
dencef UoiAoi.osj(Jae.JJ J f
.. s ; I j'.t.." 1 1 'i t t rnciiMi'.
1 The Steampp Qai r, arrived at our
landuitx obASaturdjr in.rjiii?4Mrth,
and -discharged passefiigera 'and freight!
r,,,,h,iirnr' .'J&fl .ImK .ItriH
l V I IliivJ . t j
'ThV'St'.' Joer:Patl-et' TORsiVf?1
our Levoe, Monday, May 19YtT
Democrats will holtl ai'IkwiitoriakConven-
tkfff, ftt'Ptattsfnouth ' f W theT-nrpos f r-
gaoiing .ihe. Detpocr.atic, party;'viin the
Territory, on .the 3J pf Junc..t, .
The Republicans will hold a Conven
tion at Omaha, Saturday, May 27th, for
n Kimtlar nnrnoso
... r -! i . i
i At a recent Democratic. Conveetion,
held al Dakota', for Dakoujtf'ounty. ' lhe
such tavoraule auspices.
St' Joe P,iiy (l.rzHte
A PtCCNlA V
be acain.-t" a.lan -. ia under the I.ecomp
ton Constitution, then Kansas isto remain l
" ' '' u Territory unlit a regular census thaU
Snowtn. ne ii.iy , .i... ;. n.,.4.,4.... .r. ',-. . ; ..r ii:i.
lit t : .' .
u Li ''", ' -t":"',r'""r.j j !; -w. j last week, siv the Teoria fiiun, n poor i j,,.,.
ilVt have received from itho'p ilHshiag 1 fellow of Mendota, Til , 'who has bad bis ) u , , . , f ,.,, r.'.iV
nps and clowns in this worl.l. reeeievert " s(itl!,;0il " afe l0 b'av; 000
notice from his attoriuy tliat lie had, by urrea ,f nllx Und. wor-h 'JtW, U(0,
a drcision uf a court m TexasK become the ivfn lliein, . ,f they. rfjtd it lhey are
possessor of fri.oOO.. The next thy. he 0 Jiav0 0 5,5000 acr:s. Iu other
received Intelligence that he was bkely to lhe p..0j,e 0( Kansas are offered
be the recipitent of $17,000 depending. 1( -,)0 t '0.000,t)0(J ncres of land to
I .. t T. ...... J .
accept a consnunion vvnicn mey ao mi
the relief of the miuiiter and the kerious
1 . ... 1 ,
ly inclined uudimce. .vyliu couia not keep
Liai XX Uit,-tC puukelJi.trcUiet
lAoe.of -II. Cowjmnhwali & Co.;R.il
adelphii, a t'alalo'iu! and n'tiiple of ho;-ks,
piblishby that (inn.. , A.loug and wi.il
st,'leitd Jis njf Geivropli't Hiatoriri.
cntiisMathTMnatK-al, Grainmftt. al ' and
CTassi(,alVeries,' ate given in ' tho' Cata-1 however, upon the cont1n5eno.eswn.cn
1, . 4. 1 laremore than likely tooceur. lhtliird
edfc, and for conciseness auj perspicu-ity,-ive
consider them onequaled by any
house in the tountry." Mr. C has ton'
turned his atten'ion to the wapts of chil
dren and the lest ipte.re.-t tf 'education. ,
cpnnectod with cprnmon schools. ' . , . ,
day he received ihe intelligepce that gold
had been found near some land of which
he was owner in Ioa. It never rains
but it pours. ' ' '
Hvsmhal AND Sr.JosEPii RII.ROn.
The cars are running regularly I
tween this cjty and StewartsviHe, a dis
tance of ovr twenty miles, and we are
Ip the ergamation of schools, in cir jmscJ 0obve ibat a large number of
lerruory, wo nope mat wio uuoki 01 uns
fjjtnwiH bintroduceiT ly the coumit
taea'.'Tha.hpuso is .on .Market Street,
207, Philadelphia, wher orders vill be
promptly filled," and catalogues sent gra
tuhouslyVvfJ lhe jpp'yi'S fyr the same, ,
isiviis CAM"fO iTS Siurt.
One of th .w cones vf Vesuvius, to
often' described and so I familiar' to all
vvho' have seen ihe'volcanoe or its rep
iiaascncers already find their way over
this dutsipn daily. The stages on lhe
mail tome between here and Quiucy, no
longer come to ihis city, bul connect ai
Stewartsville wilh the cars. This work
is now going forward at a more rapid rate
than at any previous period. We are ii
formed that there are now over a tkms-
: aud men at work on . lhe western half of
this road, and that more thanitiis number
are employed upon, lhe eastern, division.
It is, of course, impossible to say at what
prece. pewd the whoJ , wont win ne
resepiajlops .' Ji .Mpwq .into lhe jr,llP i,i a very early consumatioa of it
. m - t . . . ., . .... 1 .t I'.n.I nara.luoi.lura
oilv lite coutvrniai pi wo, iuwm-, v;"(.v. ........ .
lain has lcn completely changed.
SI,. Jotrr.h Dlhj n(;t t.t.
want. .' '.' '
. Iu our view, tho pi'ojxi-iiion u disgrace
fid in the extreme. It is a posi'ive at
tempt by the Congress of the Republic to
corrupt' and Iribo anew State. ' ' ' ,!
The report of the majority on the Fori
Snelling case is signed by Morrill Petjtt,
and Morris of Illinois, and coacluJea
with resohuions that the, sale was without
authority of law, that ihe action bt the
Serretarv ef War was a prate officiat
fault, that the provisos for the nmnsge.
ment of the sla were .so care lesly . aud
injudiciously made as to induce combina
tion ngaiiis' the Government. That John
C. Mather in making the purchase acted
in violation of his otftcial duty as Agent
uf the War Department, for tho examin
ation and sale of Fort Riply reservation
and duclares th) sale null and void.
The bill introduced by Mr. Morris, of
III, framing 0,3l'J,030 acres of hind to be
apportioned among States, in the ratio of
20,000 acres for each Senator and Rep
resentative which they have now in Cr.
grcss, pissed the House 0.1 Thnryday by
? ... ' ' ' I 4. 1 4 J v "
ExTRAORDissar Csnri-Essmcss. The
following story is curropt. in ...Virginia.
The Baptists we,re Vfipzn-ijsoine con
verts; they unshed by. baptizing an old
negro, (a slava.) The parson not think
ing so much of hissoul as of the white
j)()rticn of his convert, 'let him' drop', arid
iinl'.- lia run 11 wnv In the shore: The
neirro, blowing and puffing, rcached-ilie !
bhore,' and silting on a stump remarked.1;
that surio Rfi.t'eman's nigtrer would get
killed by such foolishness yet." " c
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We may see what a maa of downright I
honesty of purp we and uncompromising
deteru ination of character is ab(e to. ex:
tort from his fiercest political opponents,
in the following extract froiii a speech
of Senator Toombs, referring to Mr.i Convention he held,, composed pf Dele-
Wade ef Ohio: '
follewing resolutions, with others, were
passed; .... . ..
ViVioiWi That we endorse and affirm
the Cincinnati platform of lSoti, and that
wo recognize in rts ; prineiple, th brfy
true' basis' of party action.'' .'.''. " ' '
.wovri..That ' we . extend, the right
hand of fellowship to all .Democrats who
adhere to the principles and organization
tf the pany.'and invite their cordial' co
operation in advancing iu , iuterests aud
promoting ils success. , :
7vVWe., That we will support the
regular 'nominations of. the Democratic
party, and use all honorable means to se
cure thr eleeiiof,. -
JiesolveJ, ffhi fefully endorse the
course of ur liiincilnian Hon. X. W.
l'oekiiaVid bf i6ur H'eprese'iitatives,.IIoni
Win. G. Crawford aiid iE.C Jones, in
lhe lust Ivgilaiure, and ibat. we recog
iiiaaa3hei:fituf vl afld jelltcir nt; repre
sentatives of the interests of Dakota Co.
1 ll was further resolved that a District
'$Ai.i: 'or'iiE'' Wash'Inotok CitY.-
We jeafh that , thh StetunbQnV Woshtr'i
ton City, lying at. the City .of Omaha, was:
on the 4th tnst.j bought at Sheriff 6ale,
by A. B. 'Babcock'of this city, for' jhd '
sum ofsos,2C. .:,''":"!
. If will bo remembered, that the alxw e,
Summer was f uruhased soma time last sea,
son, by Gov. Cuiningpf, Omaha, for $15,
000, and was n't that time' considered a
bargain ; .she being one of the ftrst crafts
on the river; though unfit for the Missouri
trafficowing to her size and - consequent
draft of water., The Wafhingtoti ' City'1
was built some six years ago. foy the '
Louisville, Ky: and St- Louis trade, and I
owing to her difficulty in navigating over
ihe.sand-bar8 of the Missouri low sta
ges of w ater, she was sold, nml rtrnainefl
as a floating Hotel, at this point. She is"
caid to be. worth as she .now, staniisv un
furnished, from $10,000 (o Sl.'pOO. rr
viding she can reacTi j.the, dfippcV water,
for,whijch she" was originally calculated.
.'v. . Council Jifuffs iMfartU. J.
I' '. 1- 1 r-i't.w-S. ..'
The GIenwoo4 (Iowa) Univn, is" after
Secretary Morton, with a sharp etickvr It
quotes from the Oinaha' Times, and ihen'
pr,ocf eds )o make a rew naru nits : t t
''..Mr, Morton's appointment .will giye)
general satifaction to the people through
out the Territory." '.'.; ;l ."'V" ,.. -,
Of course he will ; for he lies been 01)
every side of every question that has been
before the people of, the Territory, and
always, wilh his friends on one sjde or tbe
other, upon a general average. ! lie, has
also been for and against most . places, so
takp i'liitiY oh the whole", he must ; make a'
popular officer. - ..''
Again, " .Mr.' Mortonw one of the ris
ing men of tho west,'"1 lf such Athinf p
geit'ing up a muss in every place whefe
he goes, or -W iise . the'-'langdage of our
friend Gen.' P.' A. Sarpy, .' getting "up
h: 1 on general principles,' indicate ny'
thin?, then truly Mr. Morton U-onal'of
the rising men of the West.
i '4 ltJI
gate? from the Counties of Dakota, Cedar j
'.ri .!!..." VlTr qui Court, and nominate tan
straightforward, audi wish to God the didates for the Legislature,' and( also for
rest of you would imitate him lie speaks1 the,. Ji Here nt County officers, to be voted.
ont like a man. He says thatls the -ditf.
erenre, and it is He means what he says. 1
IU and 1 can agree, aboul everything on
ear(h until we get to our sable pjpulaiion
I do' believe " .
Where is the dinghface that would not
gladly exchana all his rotten reputation
and i'l-p;oUeu favor for such a sitiuifictnit
recognition nd such, sn honorable teii-.
m-.'nial as this T-r-.V. V. 7Viiim
for at the next ensuing August election.
.The following persons . were' elected
Delegates to the Plattsmouth Convention :
'Dakota Cocstv. John Cm Turk, M.
Trary, D. T. Bramble.- -. w.
Dixojc Cor ntt. H. C. Crawford.
CtDA Counr. K. C Thurston ',
L'F.al- qvi Covar CovsTr. -Mr.
Tnfts. ' - ' !'
B. P. Rankin was aJyer'tised to,
on AiTi iculture. in this city, on last Thuri
day evening, hut didu'coine- We thi .k
il would tea good tiling forha AgpicuU
turista of this vicitxity if he would visit ui
often, as we have noted lhe fact, thai on
such seasons, the price of the fluid, ex
tract of cor.M, advaoicea rapidly,
,- . ..: ,,.. 1 ' l ....-': !. X'.
,We ar?. informed , (hat a ' Patehr has
been issued for. that portiou of ourityl b
longing to the Mission Board! 'Mr.1 Low-'
ry", Presideht of the Board, fa expected
here in, a fw dayVand will' oe prepared
to giva Warranty Deeds,' to lot , hojdes.
v'e hope every one will ba ready to tnea
iheir obligations, and receive "their Deeds
T j:u :.i t: . r-ift'n i'j
j, A Sabbath School was organized iri,tn
School House, at Salings Grove, last Sua
day, under the auspices of the American
Sunday School Union.' Samuel Ander
son was , elected'. Superintendent tf "H
School. .-' - ''-
J. S. Sanderson, of diia City, will g
out in a few days, to Utah, a Ygtln Map
ter, In the employ of Rt 8i?H,- Majors it
Waddell. - . : 4. ..i'
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