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Downik & Neilt,. Publishers •4 A V»:*«•• in Advance. i (i stgxk Citv. Dakota V HI!) A Y. nV. 2\. IHSfl. K s i'-h wearisome twaddle and are leav ... i the democratic par .v by tiio hun v-ds of thousand^ ••It is amusing to r- ad the articles our re]iuhlii':ri .changes in tally in• the farmer-- --1iL their duty after election. They know that their lirst dut v will ix.' keep eih ti- of the re leibiie in ])ar!,y in tie 1 ie s i l-wri s who e' as b. ti'•i s '.V lee.v pie ai, r'-membvi'i by the ,ehe.\ Yon see the i '•j. ,i s,wali.- Thecandi u-eii .niiong the farmers "i :r th- -.e ivhu panderyd 41 LO li ilea i Amoiu Our •, ry Lunar has again had oo f.'- i -'Hit u-.»wnM on Idiot Sparks, this time* for abusing a poor old \vo man. Mrs. Camp, who is lifty-seven at. least one from Ohio —13 in all. This v-ars of age. entered a pre-emption in I ia t»ns of the i.*.. Hence her ah- te sence lor the simple purpose of earn- Col. Walker f'litheiad.:.. that, if the iiig her living eould not be urged tre.ities siiould be made ami eonlirm i the en': .. Pi.ooo.ih.o w nth of Indian pine will ______ eertamly go into the handset thisfor ,- n .1 i i.ign svndicate and ril:',t)(.H».i):)U of lum- tollo»-.i.g Irom the Al,M.loon| publican—-Major Barrett s paper— is a fair sampb oTatie organs !i.. v- been pouring in to farmers and iai^urera for the last twenty yearj. Is it any wonder that th' 1 laboring men have got »«»-k of 1 1 1 1 ut ire as a re- -.i for i i:.':neful and unjustiii alevis -ip'.-d npon tliem by the !1 Ueeausts the fanu i .- i e i a n o o politically by iiing an ai!! nee.l ir'wi,t! n oi. every i ''iblieau i irnal waxed hot against ''1 'i. The far-aers dn not need t.» be i mow il. They i s i wo elections 11:. ii'Li 'en democrats, and know an i j.aislied who will '. li'.'i friend lieaby speaking 'pubiiciu organs, yon i y ••rdir.v woik and your' :1! '. i .st e^:ic i:i i n (»iu* i y taruiers,: y(.e 11 is.:.for- you ite. .vnaig i!»e old He* iiig. xi'v-sive: taxation war s aiways cursing workers. pportmj i rid eveni,. ill a I the i lllia'K iv lie Like it. i»ig Stoic '"-ty 1 ieiaiti sa\. that i central i.)a!-.ot,a. if t,!1 id I. oim fir-: a t!te ieg siatui'e ij s.« HHtary ior .. territory, the i- oi thousand i 1 e aid addthat e n e i a i i O 1' *v} •. i a bushel, Tai- sin'!! i! iiKt-jv to ."'.me up eai ly es-Mon and it is one of coiisid- .hie »i" tain Jt may be that in nty o:li -ers are ie ie fee system, luore aieactually vvoriH this the be u*. 1 ibt iiiie aiid is ad ipte.! mi ..eli a manner, i e\ ti.* oiliciai. In i n Uieii' ,-l in (ie.-din. i.-dii? uro .sh«- .: if he sahr djoidd !je gr en o i?. i juSt i e i '.rri*aiei' e i i !. To he au i Is- bive the 5 i-.'-ilV, U& -i^h jiersoual is* ice. The .::.ee. i :st-ci i.' i 1 of and ji e thi e (iatll'H •I! ^'O- i --:i. titi*'.'' um-ilati-ui of d.tiiJrui. .-ev«(-ei ,•. scalp disease .eayiily If the republicans of the next n»* tional house stand squarely by their guns, Dakota may be awarded justice if it should fail to get it from the present congres. Counting Colorado, which now seems safe. tiie. straight republicans will have I k) votes. From the opposition, Dakota can draw at least two from Iowa, three livm Min nesotii, tuoj trom Illinois, two from Indiaim, thr« e from Michigan. and au tu ... ... ... ot i of the whole house. IXiiioia is the f'\\. s Lake land uistiid, built not without hope in the ses i subsianti-i! bouse, spent nearly iriiuo siim immi'di ately coining, and lins in i pioveinents, and broke and put «^i ry reason to feel confident, that the in crop about i.te* u acre. That year next congies. will awaid her justieo went to Devil's Lake and workwl if tiie present fails.—Iluronite. e mouths' in the land ottice, after (job I'latt H. Wa'k-r, of Minne. i i s e i i I e i i a n t-it furl: ... u. •. Spax'ks i i i e i a n u o a I i i o n o n e .if 11*is abs* .•••• Lamar in v:-ing the decision says: •nd faith in maintaining a iesi l"'i::g ijia.wn in other things, iP-Hii liie lai.• i tiie purpose 1: veiiho inuot lnvali or S mu'Ii it sidenee. This .ia:» w ing t» se en re for her a boil. i' old .lie, and every .-,Jie. had i '.. ,n entry show- for oo.i 1'aUh i'. ,:i vying out the pro- ugi makes lort or a majority lis, a pvi'Uiineiit iumlier dealer. that a syndi ate of Canadian iumi't i men with partners in this state havi ae.jnired tun- to about -Vio...Vh),Oo:i feet of pine timb in northwestei n Min nesota and are arranging to gobble up the lest uf the st, tun her bell on the northern -pe whb-b outpi is.'s an area we.'.ig about. oik- !,a)l the i entire M.i. fie charges tiie cl:-• iti the su aU- vil .vrvlet: bill provid ing tor a commisi.-hm to treat with tiie Indians now oeeupvi-iur thee lands i W i i ec*.ly in tiie i iim tan.(.Pan svndie :ti Miljm 91 til s i lor i Ua)iuta wi tly need will be owned by the gush that dem- same pool.—Evening Journal, One hundred and twenty. &aut' e Sioux Indiana, given the rights of cit izenship by the congressional enact ment allotting them lands in sfcverwb ty, cast their votes for the first time on the 2nd inst., and all of them de posited the straight democratic ticket They are graduates from the Minne sota massacre of and it is not to be expected thai, .they are yet -utti ciently civilized to vote Ure ivpubli can ticket.~-l\ i D. Delegate (lilYord will u go down to Washington tor a few ,veeks ye The .l i'igc is ia the same iix thai a. great many Dakota people enjoy at the. present iiiie--entirelv at sea in regard to i i JI: i 1 eh,»m.. but tin i ily on bill, i a i e a lor tii ,1. 1 M. p.ild oi lie H. Mv. Da no i a_* ii:. \Va!in.,: :i ".p.d will eo-operat v.. Mr. i fi'or for the uceess of ,iil I kota nie .cres. lie has formed combination fe.r tlif control «f all .Dakota a! p-"isit oT:s aud wii! .• us a sJiojaly.. -ranton vocate. Pr-- iUk'.tv. i'a iiig Slone iii.r"pini:a: the i ress iV Dakotiimn Mi^c.es! uiu •. centi.ti DaKot i h.i.- a b'pt--d .v'na! lioyniuU a: i!i5 own C/Iiiu. iae li a i i e v e e n i y i e u a k s n a road cojuu »si'iier livans' little ol more Co! s:-ovience til.ill all of toil. Afler such h• arty earnest im as that exhibited by the Ii r.u,\u '.esire to withdraw fr. the ve ai-su ned n lali lio\ n v 5 V t31 iiirf, tf (riani eucgy and juilgui*-u v. a leader in tne eoi.iv i a're uly at v.or o i .. present dowii hi .M' of all infor: tained on ilkelv nieasn s ii the th h-. i marc k 'i'ril -..n* "VVhatevei :na«. ea' point with pride i. io I tarui'T'i vi! Inn a o video ii.tve got. eii••• t.• f. ,' .. that .i.: i . e n o u a n t- i i is an exploded id ri-i tiliii nil! I »re too i iit e:Ijge111 to inke ,n'o, :s any i.ng« r. Si:i,.s of then. :.^eo biii'i: !ieir sM.iks and -.iab,es i than be »i tlnne i vith tie.* man bar latterly ti.ev are not oniy u-oi. ail on theu L.n.l, bat ."e nu tiie manure at the staid,•.-* a .iiiil our fdti/eUrf a!'e :io ioi I i -died to ii e men to haui n .. Miiriia" the e-. ft :,i I e a i i- e a a .- e- 11 !'espy.in.?:bilui»'.s are i* others and the 1 reso''lidingly bet .1.- ei.amty cumi i« •., v to increase ,l' 1 i" i'.Ii I POISONING. The Kfmi»rk»blo Car»or of a French Mur chtoneM, Wh'i Wiw Broken on tli«' Wheel. Poisoning has its have never hail in neral yvstem of pen e.%s. and her of! Ks, w uake winte bill. e U 1} 11 i i ,:tu sot latiuii epochs, and we this country any general yystem oi poisoning, although (lurins ihe ivi 1 War some of tiie th-ndi who I'ku hetvveou tiie iims had proposed to poisoTi the reservoirs of largo cities so as to appal their populations, as such crimes could draw armies away from war. But: in Italy and in France poisoning became so common that it. had its professors, ju^t as the e,eial diseases of our day have their quack.-, and practitioners. IJrinviiiers was a French Marchioness, arid she was broken on the wheel, as can the interesting novel of Ail for having killed not only and husband, but having ae'o to 1 Im* hospitals in the guise of of phih(,nijinjpi:\ to irv the her drugn upon there, who died It was an Italian -v. .-orrupt-.' Marcnione-s fit' Jiri'iv. mo i. her lover i i the.s(} o i s i P.»o yea enee, or the. was ail eduea'o be~l societ took a par.' ma ie no father hre v tide, wnen of tu is 1 ed nre?' Sore I t'eli wnu wa-t then a her he-band re own lamiis. failie .)• u i liel" two troih. and lier e!i Oiiess lied, but -o .i.'d aduuu ,:'f. as cam fat ii' Mart ceo. m-'ant tem in'g e !n out of thai Hdavm.i.n was of a nr.est. an.! in addiU" hi .sent i' exee:. in IV temp, i, i :, No r. end i: 1' •ie 11.^ n anei ui, atwi wr the itaii:ia *:r us' wnit line sail .i W:'. !!l Mlieared. old nut «iit liowi soil, a: e nv-. A- m on he toli-l 5 rta.' wide!. si:e c1 killie:. 1' -h»»r :. J«•- fm! o o . ei vV tS.:,on vf'td ti A hut oi i a- o-^ n.-. -a tooth ii Ioi!:-,. Jell inches HO'en inches in c.i '.aiiiit 'i .'ii-e a.»d weighs thirteen pounds. thi: I?I j: iii:kS. K''t!ilnls ri. '.'" SH^'. stci by tho Pre ere e:1 •Wha: .wei* 'i ie W in'actn •, ids ho .' UN'S' •i4, especial if. St owe di a tigr.:-e •e, hui foim-.: i... '-?.'id in Msii'ii. at! e*r nailV gone wonnm eil'ects of 1 i come among uilti ne i The use of poi-')ii in Italy was veiopud so miurh by th higher class oi eian would end- i rival by n*es.-.n wouid ije.eo more prai -ii ..no r.-. poison i -u .' ii »'n i bitiou families tin.* such as tiie Bursas an free use of poisoi.-s me of their number s it •rone. The Spanisii, wli ian I'enin*ula by •. tanees, had nev.-i •••. .. e: their extravagant pa.tsions to destroy ]ioison. It was r,n- of tSieir nieihoiU warfare, and they o Vt-red rewards ti wiioever wouid poison, for example. William the Silent of llolland, and he finally was murdered by a. liurgundian. The Spaiiijjh found the, Italians shrewd alchemists and physicians, and ouin willing to undertake the preparation of special poi-ons. These, su)tie es-etua- to kill were heid oy line ladies ^mu tinies in tiieir iiuger-ring, and tiie poi son was effected by the smell. When the Medici family got upon the French throne nearly ali lie Spanish ami Ital ian vices were trau -rred to the French court, from which they made iheir w.u io Seotlan v. iu-n the young Princes-, I. not of III ran1 inie" lower the po'.it: v his i111 v (,t' France Went upon tiie Seoleii liiroiie Of some of the ^buliei fan.:.* i--.i I that Uieir prido was .s ev- if tlley found a (laUi'ilie il I inlriirue witii soine oe '-eneati tfiey would not li-'s't:.: ,i givi' i v stni and .see her oie ue liieir e 'I *1' nieeii •all'-:. if e ^in 'the Itmth Q».'tn lit ot ell Otil '.he hi iin." "W!:a: P''int ?'1 «f fnlvln Stowp. "Tiie Beechers and the late Calvin E. St owe were the leaders of a coterie or mtv pronounced Ahohtiomsts on W:il i" 11,11s in by4i." I)r 'v,'n,lH-r ,:l'st '!)l 'dll fact, the line between the ',-slnVL' rnie and the Abolitionists U mon i»1 v (.!: wn between thoso fii,)retie.s than any- -of, mild man iisely devoted lie was known hs one of idly-cintiired men in the v "jid I lebevw. i v.-r, cut imie 1 i v adminislr: •etl liked ail'5 is Laming. •-::l deal colli-1 i i 1 lei •. i-e bright •, '.jjtO-We i otlie: s i jad ari an e• .. chai a ueer ev were oteil to gproud Mo we Harriet if I'rot. theoio- fthoiitionisin. t?iio .! the family, whic Her hustiand 'ii'.-: direction. •-. s,-rt his views :it(iti" w.-s I hide! hey wei.• Ill I nd.'f-r •u-imars, er. w I .. ...eon! Tree-Clim UI n Cray-rirtj, To show how u lloo 1 or or supply of water will at certain Upon llit-m oi ten to mansmoth -prop on-. tier, i/t I'ojiiilur s. 1! 1'' -1 1' t:,. v i .. ,,. .'Jo.-t.a-ajr.-: «'••!.!•• ::iying.1 murfjv MIC" ur lit Bernhar-it will an -. 1 i niuiith. The '"!l t- '.Til' rr. i. i I a i ,-"ally ... •i v. 1 the v slurnr/ ti alarm those little creatures. n man residing in Freeoort, formed me that not many months", they had some vry heavy rains t* greatly increased the rolume of the tie river nmniijg throuirh tiie towii water grnduaih ros.- mail mimhers quite large tree® .v re sidtm.jr ,,M]' the stream was almost twirr it ijr' idtii. Such an unusual o t(r i: iiurally attracted eonsitlural !.•" i :on. ami my iniorunmt rind a tuar of others visited the trees v.-ruj s\rj and when the river v.*,^ at the hio-h they presetted a -'tre.ngi. npiMmPa, from a little distane--. T!n»:'r frsji seemed t« have ciian^ed )rfr„V e. ater U[» to the branehe.-, aspect ion if was f"i nd eoiei.letidv ir.eincd with eoven-d every avaiia 1 'e -i .ug upward by hundred .. •|.. tue bark an! •. •.• ,-m .,. oots packed o,-.- :. •. •iud live dee}. .• i" throtiL", u» .• ater, while t,.. -. a j.t. o»r. i ieiciy f.»\ ej-. :i'id iiiSere::r many cases -veral day.-, i cted by thc .(.•casion, tioweVf r. i by the pcoji'e, w ets and brooms nnu .s',-! ie trees by hunib!s, s lor future use T'i era }»orlions of e \i',.stei it pest to trie a r:' turirJ, of these 1 itTit* creatures ofie creases the labor ant expense illg up land. e.-:.eeiallv •,, i rows or n.-'-u-d i.:n y e a s e v e A St. I'.iul lioinan, "Ihire I tru The sjeak. soud .•. .s oreela: e a wid vt some, n :e .stood ii i! |t|i n'n te Ol t'i'T a!-,' e pe, t, )Vei i i.er 1 i': .t I i.