Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858, May 20, 1858, Image 2
BELLE VUE GAZETTE. HKNltY M. Hl'IlT, Newt an.l I.ih'M F.uitor. k DCLLE VUE.TN. T. THURSDAY. .MAY COi 1S0& ... b. : LA Ilciuocrnc)- Triumphant 1 KANSAS QUESTION SETTLED !! rEACE BE STORED TO THE COVNTnY i ' ' ' "III li ii " nw- f.,..- .lie- ..i,,.,. r ui.,1 ihr r,.. , M r. V irn'h, The c.ntruct between! 'I'm:' Fon r Ssi em-so Kn r n. Tliij i . . . ... . . i .i. . i -ii. ... i r... . . i i i .. . .i ...i ..r John A. t IIMhlllgloil, I.S ., aid uie ' auveu iiumi imi . iiiiieii u Kieui uem uii . . . 1 . . ' m ' A.I l.l ..... . ' J. i. lies Mount t rnoti A.-.uri.tiion. , lor C0iniH-i4 tiironju nMvsp.ip.'r jire-s oi lowing huif Kiit comprehensive missive, fi.Mii thu mi .f .siuim fair omt i.i ih far- , M f Mtmnt y ,..,,, was put on oil' KuM. If there be those among us to r,., ord iri Fairfax t otinty court on M outlay whom it re fers, wo think su. h kind, words list. Tin foUowiu nro the dates of tho m..l l..lS,liinrT lfiintlil .,, i.thov thai payments! SliLQOO nt the execution of ...Vr . " ..V.. .'. t .. he contract : H J7.000 on tlie la .lay of i,.ihiii'ii s 4ii i t ' iiiM inn nnii'iiiiMi i nil r t "-;'- V 7 . . January, 1S-W;, the country. Tliu veloi'd by ili' testimony Coirgrcss committee All lid WiU 911111" near the dose -f I Local & Territorial. Ti,E election for city oiii-cer. under z-. com li l.ui.i C larter of Nebra.ka ardee, incamlo nciion, nn ini-asum i ciHhe this unknown Lllo t r columns, hophig tint we imy yet rmve the pleas ure of welcoming her to our city: " Mn. Ennon: May a stranger ask of you, n litilu time and space ? f 'Tnbu:h'far "Tt way;" there be- thone 22ddaVof February. WSJ, with lotoreet military purposes, on lhr nevernl payments from the time of tho contract. i I' I' :... uiil i.r.n.-!, mi III.. SlI.O 1 CUV. rjS llt.J 1.1 tlt'CUJII of luetsoflli.jci u aide- . ..' . 4 ... V. II V .-"It... .?tfrki taken l fore the House, on N.nuay evening next.-aiff i-- Vjr "T S ""S ...71 ... I : . ... '1 ar 1 P r I. r 'anf r.i IT V...I. 17 ... .lira .rie v ai f.) loiv uo ocV. Su .iuuJ : 'V ine 1' .vsaa . Bleu- iv .uj tied throu"h Conjfre-s.S:! nl.d'Mol4l Tratoinof CluUlreu," I Al I6r.haa-1 ,! i iif .l-Win. 1' 1 s niinrv. 1SVJ: 64l.jlli.tili on tin 2Jil; iniliinui auihoriiiij tho war tl'-pm-'l -in,!,' . , , V-LTho IliniH-rn. .V.. r . - .i.1 . . ii .. .. . I I c ... . i. . . - i...lr..l ,w Ot l' tLroary, lMH. am 911, u ut ug mi ( ineui j m m uny uui ijus hov, re'juiicu 101 The Chop is 1'..; vim. Wo learn ll.rou.'h .Mr. Mar.sclialk, of th Jonesbor ou in f-pltMidiilty .' ,v- great rtrogresMvc .i t .1.- ... rr.....;. " . 1 . r i" iK-ii.M..., 1.1 v u..i ...v.,.ij. .jri, tuuon, with the riiilh-waMllait, lin .'ftr.v Stlnn.Vnhrtl friV heart with frojr.isca' nr of onmion thar. tvliti a couminunce f , ftorifi uttO nl.,1 i.nAt.l'1 f..r M Of). put 10 rtfct, Una most ttisconianl quosiion. 0j j)rjpjlt fture, wliich thur tnU-iiU ravorablu weatlR-r, ttiu uarva. in inai Tho ul waj niudu privately, an I vitl Ami in Jh liapBy.srMleincnt cf th vexeil tilirSfloif, lilJ Hint of every national iK-m 1 !.. - - . vit iuiv 111H1111 liiv i in. 1 r mi 1 11 v 11 ni.rv I IB Klin at UlICllll'.'ll to iase untlef . 1. illv l.leml with ours. Let ua '"f"1 ,u l" '""' r " -n - - me oa, oocause 11 was ueeu 101 suuu ' 1 '.til llMVl. A 1 1 1 r 1 1 111, IIIIUl'V frOII. ll. WllU.ll ..,,r. .... ..-In I., ll.u nuunl u.T..I im IllJ I IIIIIV.7V , ,,I.J ... 1 I V . V. L. V UbVIV." . iiilsn ri'i ii rriii'il lint nivsilV for U.siii'' jwith ih'MU, we divi.le their lalurs one buuuaut that otie half o lluMn'niiI.t' well ! pari uf it'lfor the inilitury service of the ! ilnlf, ,tliytely proving ourselves iiulceJ a ' be spired. ' ' :' 1 country. ' '' . ... .. .-'i . i II..: M...Mi..lH..rt7t .i.li...l! J Ana ..ri' ,. II I I II... ' L iiiiMi inimiy irrm- 1111 '"iji. .in-... 1 1 va soiu in a oou y , a n'l noi in sec- vegetable-, a is evidenotd by. the fuel .,ft,.r tne nltt ovt rnin.Mit .urveys, r nf yinlv ( Viiini V. will.lriHct 111 IIMSS Ci)U-d 5; . . , , . , ... . T I . . . , . - . . V .f T llmlrir thu vn.r.irt Afi. Srrel:ir. VefUlon. at the Scliool llJ.ti in IWHeVU.'. vWara Floyd Bold to Richard Schel1, brol.er of j on Saturday next, at 1 o'clock P. M. The ohjt'ct is to appoint delegates to the Territorial convention to mee- at Pluis mouth, in the fira week in June next. Ect 1.11 good de ocrati aiton ', ns vi ,id 1 j. 11. JJeioAi, Ld Wadl-C C. UliiuWaj. D. New Yo' l and fctnte senator, to Mrs, Schell, hfi wife, to John C. Mather, alio M.iU .spimtor and (Joveriuiunt whare house gli Oazrtle, tbUiQcal crop i Wlj-i WMU. W h'tduk bvudauud -ia-,oiw,,Dr, g splendidly in Union county. It n al- (;ri,,a haul. Fori Snelliu. and ei'lit or ten Trtajurer J. H. Maxon, A'sessor J. D Wniie. The Muyor was elected ly a plurality of 11 votes. usi'n- Lf . iho bright future, whit li llif-ir talenu favorable weather, the harvva. in thai! Tho ule waj made privattdy, an I witli ' ,n,,ch ' and I eait-xxotth -ii.a'ifle.l thrm to fulfill. ! P'1""!" t F''0ryPl b'J ly.,hc 'V'1' , " ""Y Public notice pr .imiiiiaiion t!mt v other! r,M . , r.' . ? ;u tirt'-hi'-tin I dlu w Juno . ( ! ', j i Jl the property wiwji marlM.l f .i LliL.:il'0. filler t 5riiilnii Tl peach u'emXima CQMyxLL&fi, f,,, it -oi-Wm- nhdf.r norraii i .1 i r0 j i,crc, huc'i may nil- j.,r. ,.,. ,Tiv. iiiriioiili r; nro uiio ' ..,.r....a .i.. i... . .uM,inm r ".'..rf-.- . ' . I r J , ,iiiiiiiiyi"ii vsvji, in v wvf',iij v. nnHiirj', nunii iii- -ijour Jito Lie evermore, nere aim mere, oi a oouniuui croji. intie n.ii.i i" ' llJ war, .lr. JJ.ivis.na 1 uiiiiilctiy uec the fo'iiinlatiou thU Governtnont, it liasly,,,:, 'others' cares, hopes, nml severe fm.si"in the cou. try on Sunday t.,lU.rlnm proposals for in nurclia coih. Domocratic r.y a Etrugule.whwh U , nmlUiliy i,LM1,i wilh ours. ' Lot u ,"1,t ,a"1' "rt,the y."un rt,:,,L", lT?lxUe ttCt' b,,,Ca,u4e, ha, left a and i.ructive 1-son, to ;tl)cn 8(riv0 ,.il,,u.ly, that in 8harinS ' " r tt'ed . a, Kui . i s ' M.il ,vill brt pr.-sent. nl"S "aier i iSmi ixuuu, iew ed spH'jrji frjin u'lM.i I viH tw pr MANY DEMOCRATS 1 ' I ! ' : I jbulegat'es from, this Couiiiy.j.io.the ' RppulJici-n. Ttrritorinl Convention. ,a.ie 1 i reijife(l ;ib iicl't tu jjuilgi CpoUr rvx'. Monday evi nini. at 7 1-2 o'clock. every true national Dmorfat. Na great eij, enhcr persoiial, pol'tical, cr nnlional, waa ever ailnineJ, without at) exertion ntid a struggle,' eommniumrata with t!io greatness and grninleurof the obj 'ft to be nrmplibhcij.'. Five yenn ao, when hn Deniocralij pnrty, hid, ly the passage of the1 Kansas-Nebraska nci, wiped out,. and de,Mroyed forever, the obnoxious line, Rep. orating northern ." from Fotithern' instuu- tiom.and eaahlishin; in the placo lljerq- , n fair f riei d mur- " better half." ' A 'trend-mill lif,' mu s. Who treads iho " mill my deaf f , jonebi,oro wt.rt. served on the table of lUe and wherefore T Hath not evi'n tho ' tread mill" cluud - t t . i .... Uiut new potatoes, grown a iey nines iroui a3 provided by- law. '-' f i ! the terms of sale, the rfurchasers are to have iheir dwdi ' upon paVm the fira installment, and without a mortgage, a eilvery lininq ? For other' sale and j Union houe iienrly a mouth ntjo." The rutsiDtNT Cum i. no West. We , ... not ours, . only turns the in turns the mill, :.. .I:- !..;.... i... , .Klni. r.. , . 1,1 ?rd.from u"J"ullrd. "lhori,y th,: bid. u hi UA for any ev. ,urns i:.e mm. -uunnjj u.e ion recs ot on rress, u , anJj th , kMlUrV j.rice is lri"ht visions ,hould re-1 rres-iJent contemplates lmiKinij a tour to( , ...... .. --. turn ; tho main ti.d in view-a; well as the W His lira stopping place : will j of . m im ing. in our nnht CS. SO Cons 'Uanl ' .1.- .1 .1 Tv... .1... I.nnnv uu m? cl I'"" . ' """" 'i"" I WT w - j - illiu lillllU uuiii'' i ; 1 1 with tho popular pulso of tho American ppjiple, ah I to cfttphntically endorsed by ilietii', iu itie election of the wise, 'nml' fa irs !. ,,1.1 . 1 . . . . . gacioiu sta"leMiinn, B.tchannn, to the Pres idency, and thus innueratinj n ife and dirabl policy, for tho future govern-mV-pt of our" Territories. ' Ajnin.'n fier-e and embittered opposition, ns fiorco and malignant as snctional animosities, could enjendor, ha been tmJe ajainst'.the practical carrying out of those Democratic principles, of ? srpiaUer ' .'sovereignty so clearly and umirjuivocally endorsed by the people. ..-'.And again jhave the opposiliftn, in their' blind, rmatical oppoMtion 10 prin ciple, justice and equal nHt'"onal rights, been defeated, -by the. prudence tho la gdtjvisdoml and i fttrioti; m of a Iluchan a'ri, tnl the virtu'o atiJ.mtegruy of o Pern- ocratic Congress. , , 1,1 .. ;l Democratic , Meetlua;. . , . It will ba' seen by a notice in another place, that ihrr democracy 1 of Sarpy, are t ) meet in lass Meetinj, on Sntuidav n.Vxtk at Uio School Jlouse, in this City, Yo hope .that this Convention will be largely attended, ns the want of a thoro' organization of this party in this vicinity, his lonj been felt, uml acknwlcdjeJ. If our principles are wotth anything, .we oortaiuly are under obligations to organize in order Jo secure their firm establish ment. We hope that personal excitements ni ftecrtonal rivalries since onr residence in Vho, Territory, "have not wca'icned our (ith, in tho yorih and wisdom of dem cralic -doctrine,- or Uawd our devotion to the flag, under which we have so often matched to victory, in other places. We are anxious to see the day in the territory when democrats will meet on a common platform, and wage a warfare with their enemies, upnv higher 'grotiii Is,- than p?lfy loral contfoversies, or personal an itnq.iues. ,'e hail-this step to organiii; th diinocjacy, asJ t'ae auspiciuu duwninj; f a tauerera in our territorial politic. Jet evry democrat see that the orjsnii! t'Xoti is t!iorijh and permanent. '.. . t.fnl iniiinvnv to t!i Mi.silnni vallev thought to divide with the fellow miller, j Thel xu,ht 0f j,js u,ur l0t known, but Smiles, honest smiles' are most welcouio " he may vi.iit the Superior country, and 'I'l..v ,nnU obi. I even '" the ' pos.-iblv those thriving little villages out Oil l II I H'J ...-;. " " I. . . .... " dark pi lino. They make "lad even the pos.-ibly those thriving little villages out Runt Days i.ntiie Yeah. dace's of the En.ih." Puin. sorow, ' known as Chicago and bu Loui. (dense from-Johnson's Pliyi 1 ... . ,. 1 I he early adjournment of tomrres, 7ili in , the followinsr facis on tms cn wear u Miiiliug race, ""'"S jullU win Rive niiud opportunity to not gem rul, thu, tm.l.ber of ran j wrong, while bespeaking a more 011y 0lir c,j,.F Executive but the Secreta-1 j,r,.atea near ,th sea, mid dii grief self no ronlial wolcoiuo for us ainoni those with whom wo fojourn. The "will" is a mighty agent, Like faith, it can "remove muuutaim. 1 . I . Mn.... sunsnino we can, oeiweeu nm jwuw clouds! . "Farewell,1 "". . Feb. 22, '33. T,' LOLLO." ' r These being the farts in the ense, the whole transaction of the sale exhibits a shocking degree of official corruption". ' ''St. Loui-i,' Democrat.', ii t ii i .,;' i " : We con " Ada" In P,at. Strainer FixUo4 "iarrived May r The, J.V toss. v Vrmd May mation, that an election for City offic -rs, will beheld in this1 City! toii? Monday, June 7th. Tickets will be printed at this office, for & consideration. - '. . ..i- York Creek, mar Cuming City, which was carried away by lijgh Wat, last fall lyu bjen rebuilt, in a jfQbstaiTtinr iiunner foflortfug Trpih' ihff SK LoVis5 k Em o k m 1 9 j Co Hi k o rT e , News: - "'A folonjr of 790 perr,-ko bout five buiidiKd.lroiPyntit-jflfi'atnaatid the resi from Maryland,- have procured a larcra bxlv.of lauJ oi.lhrf PUtte river. Ne- J bra.a'Teffftor'yt Wild eM proceed-foriK- . ,- a rf Dra.;a i erruory; Tiiiu wnt proceea-xoria- Itwiir'R seen by thi Mavo.r'Proola'1 wjti, ij eaablish-thrmselves on it, and build a city of thtf own.' The. following gentlemen, officers of the Company or Colony, arrived bre this morning on ther Stcphen Decatur, on the'if A-uy to their pro posed location, to wit: AV.lt Craiue, Tres-nrur- .Y t fiiiir.r. nrifenn!" Wmr- n The riuttsnrruth JefTetsnniad. hasieefi' Darliaytoiu-Surveyor; nUo(ien.. H. L . changed oj tht ; f jattf Va)JexrTPli n"d i I"1'. of Beil' tir comny., lVniir i Rainy Days i.nthe Yeah. K-al KUb'lKUl. ranty .-days is on. I il .,l-i-i:l t! ries, heads of D.-partmeuts and members ' further we peneirato iuiirth 'nterior, Congress gemrul y, to visit this Western on the eastern side of Ireland u ruuis2U3 country now becoming in exten', Aveallh, ! days of the year; in the Nettierlands and population, tho wonder of the world. . 170; in England, Frdiwo, an J .the Worth A ... ....... fr..... Vm.nl.ii- 'I'n.i.i.l.M I ..f ' .. ...1 :.. !,.IP..F U," ... I ..... 1 Life is so brief we must gather all the assure us that he t-hall vir-it Cleavland ! 0n from 152 to 155 dayes -.while on the - .. . . . . ' i I .1 : .1 ..l..4v ...I.i ... . v ..VL.- .. : uurni'J me recess, unu oui iimui-u f plains 0 ine oigo ui ivasiin, u rums on already informed of ihu great projected yo, and in the interior of Siberia, ouly o,n 11.(1'. I . IT I'.l. :. ... ...... nil' ll.a I ., I C . I... I.. 11,' ....... I' JlUUillU I.UI.l, WlJIVll 13 VUIIIJ Ul. ...V coming season in tho Red ltiver and Pom liana country, to be r nicipated in by the Turkish Pachi, Lord Napier and several foreign grandees resident in this country., : (.'Icviland Wtddy PlaiuitMr, StAvrnv in' D e l a w a n e. -Tho Pe nlmuiar News, published al Milford; Dl , comes out in a long editorial nitiela for ihe abolition of hlawrv in that State. In is now edited by C'aas. W. Sherfey. The May,Term of the Diarict Court, for Dokma Coimiy, ia now in pessjqn, at Dokota City, i'MTf t he I'lai mark Judge Wnkeley, presid mg. iivec j5 flow- at hiiVjWater I'f.li'J'l i'Ar'lO order to mike good its cause it nuuuie a j coinn.iriso.1 between' Newcustle and .Kus-jis v lJesi?rss at Chica-o. The following an extract from a letter from a Chirag i sex counties, one free and th other slave, merchant ! In : the former improved1: farm laud ' is Everything is in a suspeuJed condition wnrtlt uvr hfiv-itiree dollar. Ier .acre, nero at tins time. A watuoi i.asiern ue 60 days of the year. In Western Europe u rams on twice as many uayj us in Eastern Europe ; in Ireland, 'A three tunes as many days as' in Italy and Somh of Spain. -'-tT "" : 1 v" ' The Siamese Twixs : Nowh ebe: A correspondent of 'the? LouisvilU Journal, writing Iro.n IK'uileraoii; Ky. gives ifte folowmg accou.4-ot a'. locus nature" in llial place, that 8urpusseaU treaka.ot inul otcasioually whiuiaual Iddy, Damu Natuie I .... .flat t. ..A . . ... . . . ., while the latter aunilar lauJ u worm but maud tor grain cause an unusual sine oi iu..u .. from -even to ji hi dollars per acre. It thiiv.-s. Navigation' has been open for a'j I havo.jua returned from a viai to-one cites the follow im cae as showing how 1 month, but farmers refuse to take the pneef of the moa extraordinary cui iojities ever slavery repels population7: " ' ' n otlerd for grain, and are storing it in ware- j known u. the hia-jry b the' human raee. .. i i.:,... .iV....' nrs..niT., n band of : bouses Toe dealerd refuse io advanco A negro woinith belonging to .Mr. Samuel three hundred Swus unigranis arrived in prices, and have deposited their, money m Now York, with all Uieir . rrangoments , biuik. I lie transpoj'tation companies nave made to settle in Delaware. They were ' tied up their vessels; and refuse to take farmers,' with money to buy land, and. ' grain at the rate of the freight oil'ered. . hearing that land w-as chekp in Delaware j I understand there was never Luown a State sailed by iheir fathers Uiey t such iimnense,; (piaiitiiies of grain as are concluded ta. seuled here; but liudmg, j now accumulating a', this point never a nn ihpr nrrival. that Delaw are was a ! much money on deposit, to the red it of slave State, thev parsed us by, settled in grain dealers never as many vessel, lied Ohio, and helped to angineiit the wealth , up in the harbor all uta dead btaud aill.' of thut young giant of the linou. The News proposes a remedy thus: Tho Hon. Tom. F. Marshall publishes V.nir. if the neon o of De aware, at ' the following card 111 iie tMCinnmi com- the next session of the legislature, ' will vierrial. ' . ' .' " " ' ' " J '' " pnsi an act that after the following fourth In a notice wlitcn int Lommrrciai me day ' of July,' all the children bom or , other iluy was kind en-wth to take of my-bro.i-ht into tha Slate shall be free at tho discourse at Suiih & Nixon'a on temper- aire of .ihteeu and twemv-one, it will aace, it was wateii unii nan .mora. eu e ve Delaware Hie rliaiacter ot a tree uiriMmmiy, .. State at once, nrtect no btavenoiiter sen-, lerrt u mm i n.. . jo.... n ous!y in his property, and bring down m son. 1 am receiving iettr comainmy to Kent and Sussex a rush of emiirnitiou abundance of pious exhortauous, pryer, of the industrious, freemen i-f the adjoin-! &c, which annoy im t-xeedrngly. I inr States. Laud .here will ut oiice com-1 have joined no church and have not the i . mand advance prices Stiles, of this place, gave birili', eight days ao, to four living cliiIdVn.1 J lileJ lo geilier by pairs in' a ail! -more pecuhur manner Uian- the SiauieJ'T'ius.-. 'Tae two boVinre Cjiineeied ut the slioubler, and troui the hip io the kueejoii.r, h aving the lower joint of the legs. and the feel ot caen periicny nee. inegius uie juni id ui mu sUjulderi' wita this diit'eiciice from the boyes, that the h'uye but . one arm issuing troin' the junction' of their shoulders. They are''joined from . Hie hip down to the foot ihe two1 legs'; end ing in one foot, In regard to to tne col or of me children, nature seems to have beeiiiuuie as eccentric as in their (onna lion, one of. the boys beiu.. black, ,nnd ihe other a white us the cmld of a; white woman; aid so with the' jjiilsV They all seem te be perfectly be'aluiy,' and .Uio mother is doing unc numouly well.. . ,. nnd there will ' most remote idea of doing so. I nm 'no sprin- into being anwng lis a ' spirit of j infidel; certainly 5 but' have a very fair enterprise to which wo nro yet strangers, j copy of the Senium es. which I read, and t have thought much and long of this to which alon I refe: for rehgous truths. ipat;er, ani can buw ;aa; a -- vi !!? nature r.;entionJ above, would, on the very day it is placed on the ttatutc book, inrreao ' the value of thd real eMinte of Del twit ! ji' millions of do'ltn! It would give an imj eius to our great ( ub he woiks which wo. are now arugghug almost aainsi hope to uccouip'.i-h, and wntcti is I have never knowiuizlv deceived any one, and urn constrnined to take tKis" Vnethod of undeceiving the pnblie. ' " i L Abb est or v CounTtBrti rER or Coif :m Kaks.o. The LcuveawoMU paper state that for the last three months that r.lacj has been fooled with counterfeit silver coin. On the 15th instant, th U. S. Marshal arrested Sergeant ReparJ of the Sixth U. S. Infantry, and found in his trull.; a lare supply of bo us coin. An accomplice testified that he had seen Re- ! riared engaged in its manufacture.1 The The Drr.citNcr Bat..-Which has h-us coin is b.a a poor iiniUtion the jaa passed Cmg.s, ha, the fol.owing - provisions: ! oihcr biuidir fa ;tories m ih u vicinity. ' . .... ; instead ot me cr.ismiiij iiieroi. now resting en us we shall soon realuj tho life, activity, and prosperity which ,.ow chuacteruc the new Slates if it e grei urla west." . . Organization of Political rar- -'1Jica.n,e Territory. , Although as will be soen in this issue this paper is Aiioroilgh democrau'o and in favor of ihe orgamiaiin of the Democrat Ijid'Party, in the Territory, y -f we, wish it distinctly , underaood, lliat . althv'ugh we are in1 favor of now taking the initia.ory ttfps.'to secure an efficient an penpanrnt r)rgani9t!on in ih'futirt. wj a,re uncom promisingly opposed to any. organisation prior to the ensuing summer, or fall elec tions ; and we shall oppose, with whatever force or ability.'we are possessed; any at tenant at organisation, looking to the pre' 'enJf W (ale ihis fO'ition, becauso we helievo great and vital questions, qt a lo cal nature, of more importance to the peo ple of the Territory, at this crisis, than any other, sliould be made the issue of t'ae earning electior, will o. I any rar,y bias. We refer to the vexed Capitol Question, and the questons presented to (he Territory,' by the breaths op of ihe lat Legis'atir', going to the very sov 'ret'imty of the Deaule itsi If ' We predict i will coiijdence, that until these exciting forseA-eral valuable invem.ous. died Weed who will now assume t'. .. it .i i i. in wretched poverty a few days ago. at of chief editor of that paper. S33uea,ar disposed of, (as they uodoubt. -' . , V.- ' ,vyle., LJ Far CUrki of th Hons ContiiiRenrss of the Hnie of B'P $.T,onon $43,01)0 Uvular supplies of Q. Master Dep't 77,000 Tut Cnors in Illmos promise rir.ely Iiircha r.f Morses 253,000 wheat ep-eially. Thre is a large bredth J,., 1 ,..-., nf Knrinrr nMri:illv nnd it UrerV 6,4'Jo!ofo foward and thrifty. . 1.230.000, 5,000 MissxciivstTTS has 1.509 miles of Effi Railroads, vhich coas S13.910.101, "s)30t They woulJ probably uow sdi for about UI I,4HO,000 $J0,0OU,UUU. . . . . . i - - ' $j,y76I,a)J t con-emience of pnlotiged inlispo ' - 1 sitton. Mr. Saunel Wilkeson ha retired r Pr. John Tecock Holmes, a member from Tiiel!b tnv Lvemns Jounvu. having of the Hr tish College of Surgeons, aud told vut his merest to Mr. Thurlow ie position IixiJtutle Expews of Q- M's Dep't nnrrsckt and othr nnnaii.s Transportation of tb Army Subsmtene in kind S'irvevs for Military Defeaes Mi-!linii fl r.wn n r,ln-.ii C srks in Post Offle uc.ti .mo m llettuuts of P. O, Total Wnr Eotpt" Was' NAied.-A correspondent -of a4Beltille (111.) puper, says. In the early settljuient lue -Nui- gamy country, long before mo fouuties of Sangamon and Ureen' were organized. there were sever. I families who' movyd to these counties fioui St. Clair county, and amonust tne numoer was a man oy. ine , f i-. -j ll ...... .1 .!... name oi L.evi u.iy, wuo eonecieu it vutii- pauy of meiVaiid cauie dow n to St." Chir uoumy for seed Corn in Ihe spring for several years tu succession., U-i hu wny down he would t ,11 lue, peopU. ho vvas "going down to Ejypt for , corn." .The early frost in that couutry injured the com a u wjuldoiatiprouu aud Uifyat.ra.4jhr iiged lo Lave, seed corn, from sonie pluce. 1 his was thirty-ax or teven years Hg . I well recollect the circumstances, for I used to help to shell the corn myself, which my father nbed : .to. aell them tor ed. this was tetore cuicago was thought of as a city. ' "' ' Aojoi-njiMEST ' or Cooess The Washington de.-pached lo-lhe New York Ikruli. dated 2tth.. savs : "It is not believed Consrress can adjourn' on the seventh of June. The President wishes a re-eonsideration of tho resolution of ad louriuneut unless Air. Clancy Jou.s proposition of night sessions is agreed to The more experienced members regard .. i 'r ;ui . . aujouruuieni oetore a uiy us .niwwmiu, The 'ground has been broken for a new reservoir for the Croton of New York city which will con ai" 1,02,.).N80.I43 gallans and in extent will cover 1U aero, . The contract for builduu? it is 611,2fS,77 and the contractors expect 19 gel it done in three years. There is a large quantity of moil mat ter; mAst'jM papers held at the Post Office, in this City, for postage. Wo are Infotrned lhnr Ynanf packages of pa pers are deposited m the office, , without J pre-payment, while thr. packages, con taming more than one, paper, have only'a penny stomp .affixed to them. ' Those sending papers through the'tnai!s,,mutn nil cases. -1 pre-pay .their postage,.' or they J.:i' s,i ' " 1 '". uni uj kusc siv uitivv ...,. - Rarp't" Couwt' Krr-tJBi.ieAr vor vEMTio.N.-rPersuant' to a call,' t'ie,, Ites publicans of Sarpy CoiintV; -nvfinGon-' ventiiialBlevue, Mty I5ih. at 2 o'clock P. M. ferr the pnrpo.se of orsraiiiziiic" a Republican "party ' in ' this. County. n,i)d eteotiniDMlHijrfes to the Terriiorial Con vention, lo be held at Oinaha.'Tliursday, Ar.ir27th:' r i,,,,v Theiiwetitii was talk J t.ojlir ) v D.-B."Ri:Vi,,'who briefly Mated the obji ctl On.inolion',' JMf!4 QowJ wai called to tne Chair, and 1ttpi(Ti liunT was choseASet5viBy.;j .2UV3JJ3 ,; Ua. inotiou, .the President! appoiiried the fohWio? D.degiKes','1 i6 attrtd 1 th Terfhof inf; Converrtion :-0. L.- "Parker Thnmasy.e.n E.. ee ILL Smit'h, Cyrus rf5MarlJ. Aff rM ' ftMiW. yl ciitiTmiV of five, vas-ef.t4J fbr fjrtiisNj'lHiisinVss, con silfin'g1 r)h'fo!lrt'yinV V'fs.mV,-T3:' t Reed, James Cow,1 - Henry M. Burt, Robert Ci. Jenkinson, II. II. Smith. 1 ; . Speeches'' "we're : mad- by D.' E. Re' d; W. H.-Cook, G, L. Parker; and others. ,.,Oii oiiitjou,the inaetinudjaurnedv f . c : JAMES GO Wt. President I ,iiEnr kiBbivSecryiary. r -' .l i . ' i ii i.ni i ; r"i f ;ur??,l. 'J sylvana. and Col.- Atbury -R. titewart, . and S. II, Bell, or the, EnmV place. ! oThe latter gentlemen are oi .(he highest character for wealtlh intelligence aud en terprise; and, indeed, thw whole colony is of a gra le not often equaled. 11 'There fan not fad to be a high degree of. pros perity fulling to the M of tlwfc pan ot.the vVeat w here so much enertty and wealth shall pliijit itself.' The rest of this im'r)or tant Colony will fellow in a few days.. . Th"anhunl ' meeting '-yi "theCJahd Lodge of Free and Accepted Masoas -et the Terr i'riry of Ne bra ska ,' w i 1 1 take '.-ice at Nebraska Ciiy, " on VVedqesdjy. the 22ikI day of June uext, Commenting at io o. clock, A- m. . , . 'edlywill beet the next tesuonof the r.tegislaturf,) 'do party organization, will -le t any nyad IQ secure harmony. ' Hon. Edward Everett t Masiachusau is stopping at 6t Joseph, Mo. lud. Dr. Holmes was formely in theem-i The It en vortb City papers of the 26tb.. ploy of tho Hudson Bay Company,' nd soy: The peace couimissioners started was the intimate friend of Caj 1 Barry, for Utah. Troin ihe fort, yesterday. They tl e Arctic navigator. In his litter years were well i-qmpped, ha I five ambulances, he became blind ardparalied, and finally with four m iles to arh. n I p'O. ose st diod in misery and obscurity. I curing an escort at Fort Laramie." ' Col. Benton died poor; it seems, with a mortgage "of 'S10.O00 oh'h'is aOttse)' irr4 AVashington, which, hyrrebnilt after it had been destroyed by fire. " "A recent num ber el the Charleston Courier contais;be folloNvinsr ' relatiiig W the deceased iVhia' fampy::.:;;;; :; :; ;; ( In UoiiieaM;fe.he iyre. aDxempTary; character) and as husband ianj faaber was whiit may be called a-fatnili ,mttm A distihguisTied'fiiend iif iur tVhile'irtahy years ago proM'cuiug,a (JiarJeVton cliiim, in"' M a-liingnn, ocenpied lUf-roOmj-at- IrmtMwmwmnmtmmttmm l.i.l.fti. I llli.lill l.l i.nvl W' . , . 1 1 IJ 1,1.' I. 1 1 ... np.pf.pjj.jjj. vpjvpsphm to on" .iyt lay CW; JlylniU(l his fuiinly jvitli t-sii b tl.mi paniuoii interveu mg. aod uhnvoidaHy;-hj AU jbpt trans .rreOl'tin:Cw! Be4jli'sl apariojwH.-TTh-' resu't wa .-' thut Our fiftnutinndJ rlnimS-i.. upviteit d-'i-cotfrjfl.lhat tfy VrhofirBfe had reummled, to saiy lie Uuaaui ul ihe, rowOies, -if not Ibulloa.t ot'.-JieT, 3enniV Chiioiber, wjs Vae mid.keiutleand afTec tipB ite uoi.ijugtt.l and pareiitaHiead uf 4he .tool- stic chamber,: d. aliug in terias.auU. acts of endeariu- iH. titward.lhtj.loved Ones aryund l.iiiiViid judiuiju.ay"cMubiuint; the ollic f of educational audsrioral pra c ptor ..."T, i " " " '-MocAxA'i RR.Weblifrye from the Repuliean .that tJie Irpn .loun-; tain Raitroad .has beeq completed to Pilot Krjob, St Louis ' tis'noW live mostim- pofiunt roads conne'ciig ue.r .wrtby ' tb vjf rions qtia ers ot the couptry. - j? ive year niii not a single railroad-had a terminus W.'.t'hyvOf alfv .'ibVjraj'alj.-' ever projected, that to the Iron Mountain i.- perhaps the thbsf fihpoeAnt.1 - .11 .was aetermmeq to, open tnis fiairer rond.,vith a grand ;,)Xi;ursiot on.Uie, llthv i nst.'"' L ery precauuoowasjaken to pre veM accidents;, The terrible disaster of tne Gasconade will uql soon pass ir.dv tlioir tlioughtS'upon -oocasioo of this land. n tu . o : SI. JiuttnM liHilir tiiiteUe.' ' l ,: ! ,:f. The Du'jtvfln (HU)Maiing Jcurns! sysr l ere-is n, wg'petnried nsn, 'iae sixteen teet long, in tin "nines i-ia mnnd coal lrtin nea Uiatt ptace. It is hMiedded 'In a slatw fdctl AMany UifJ pefriflcatiohs have' been fmihd therV.'suel as leavs, - twigs, log f woodr siiiau jLeon'olJ Laihrop. son; of jCh-inQfllor Lathrop, of the N isconsin State Univers ity, and atormer editor oi the Florence Courier, died in Madison', Wj onmi, April 26th, age 23 years.' .k , , j 'p.i We "-are, in. recoint of the - Atlantic Monthjyl fof fay, published by fhillips. Saaipson Co. Bosign.'ii The,- present number sustains 'its well earned reputa lion, ns being one of the best - Magazines jiublishecl in this couitryj ''Term!il3,00 per annum, including nastnge. , Five cop ies for - one year BIO, subscribers to pay their own piaage'' v . j ' '- : : . .V On Saturday nnd Sabbath, the Rev, Mr.' Hughes, pastor'of the Presbyterian Society in Pacific City, tnld a series of meetings in Platsmuuth. A society was organized at the same time, and m-astir s taken t to erect a churth the comui, season. A considerable amount his at ready been subscribed and the .work tv.' be' pushed forward 1 a) fa,t al y SMbl .. The Sunda Mercury, in a fit of Rev olutionary en'.h'iinsn' says: "Hurrah for the girls of 6 f Thuniler ! rrie a N. J. Oarter. "ihat'i too old, No, hurrah for tbi sjirU of The building i to It iLirtyGvo ly fifty 17! . Jlect in Ounonions. "I X I 'f Sp)Thnckray-'lhus dagiierree type ihe nii'mal Snob in speakingjDf English society : - " A snob is that mariV)? wrrftsn who is .Jwayvprctending to be. sothe'thiti t?trl-i' espicially richer' or more ' fasbwnahje -r-thajii , they are. " it lsone xino tniriKa his'own poitioo,iq life cpnternptible? and u ahvay yfcirn.ing .ftnd striving to, force himself into one above, jthout 6dufc!ttin or characteristics which belong" to it j one who looks down upon, despises and over rides his inferiors, or even equals of his own standing,, and is ever rea.dy to wor ship, f awn -opon and natter a rich or uin man, nor because he), is a good man, a wie man; ' or a Christian man;' but be cause he has the luck to be rjch of ctrv sequential." ;' - 1 .-..'A.-J " . , - -- - T'.Thn last; excuse for , the Crinoline ihnC ihe uronLni vpsI nerda llOOUIUSTrf ' . . . i . . - i j i .' TIei.ry Ward Beet hefi great Vi tVlfcT up collections, At the-old- Joh- Sw-' church,, one dectSiori, lhey&an;ed to ink an t'stu raise. I, AfrB qhef eli-eikay addres-d he jt0 couivrfsi and ,uw ask. d thii-e who ha I uperieowd -rahfo'1 iii that vhiircji: hold up iheir right hni" Nclv i:.aw i.'V.liitat'vT.rj Wisl "? a'iUr'oitly .up. ."Now, Vskv B eoher, pa thnt hand in. yvue pocUV tvhc'uthe- plate ia passed rouud'i"-"'