Newspaper Page Text
i 5 r v n l 1 8 ii t d
yrr,h.:,at DriK lit Vi.y, X. 7'. FT DANIEL M'LAUGIILIN. TERMS-2 CO a jsir U e,lnre: fl 00 f r Sil ni nil i fifty oenl ft three month a. j.-Ornri OrfoMTt th Paths IIu.n:i?l I w ' MARTIN H. DEVER, riumhttr and Gai-Fitttr. v. li. T. CHARLES STREET. T. 1,'iL'tS, I0 1 I Till prompt'? attend to nil business in his AY l'-n m' w"r'L 'sec-nted vrith neat ii rm and dispatch. Will give special atlentirn tn ny work that may be entrtcd to hie cure and satiaCacti'.n warranted. c. r. TtrAT. Jons cirri n TREAC WAY & CURRIER, Atlornriit ai l.cir. FIOlX CUT, IOVTA. "11 Till attend to all lrgal business intrusted ' to their euro, in weelern Iowa and east ern Nebraska. Not. 7. 'M. Cm Tl T !.. E. A. Anns. Clerk U. 8. Dist Court. Notary Public BEALL & ALLEN, AVorV'f.1 at Law, and Real i'.ntu'f Ag'iilt "I T pl.L pay l1 on " Land in tbe Conn- Ucb of ' Washington, Burt, Dakota and Dixon, N, T ; free of charge upon tho receipt of money for the e ame. Office on Main Btrcot lie Soto; Ncuia.-ka. - gtlj-All letters of nquiry promptly answer ed REEEREXCES: lion E Wakcly, JuJge 3rd Disttict, Ntbras kft be Soto, N. T. Hon. E Estabrnnk, Omaha. N. T. Geo Doughty, Council Kind's, Iowa Una. B. B. Chapman; Eljria. Ohio lion. Levi Hubbell, Milwaukee, Wis. 2 lr SIOUX GITY, BOOT AXD SHOE STORE. BT SAMUEC KRUMMANN. . frhe undersigned has removed bis v-tnblisli- sueot to bis new building, ou Pearl Street, few doors west of Tootle's store, where he is now prepared with a large nnd superior Mock of leather, eto , etc., to exeeute all work in bis line, in a superior style of tbe art. Employing none but tie best of work men, and giving his personal attention to the inisiness, be ean safoly warrant all bin work. Impairing done on short notice. SAMUEL KRUMMANN. Nov. 7. 1839. tf -Sates 0it$et , DAKOTA CITY. F. F. Hl.O.V Froprltlor. Th'-t cJlire'"J.1- ri ll'v.h now hven npdnwl mcri' ll.su tui i4tr. 'lint It c jrii'lir rtiil nlir. In mmklug U A FIRST CL.U'S IIOTIX. hi:. In 'lult'r ht'f.n ('f t!i.i ttuUi tltui o rrnrfn. : fttsi upjill.- In lliin W ert'-i f I 'ii;riirv h hn rfdu'V: !! I'tic T lluelVi id hir.'f'ir hi prl.-cp ifr )o.ra kud Trnriileut Cuioqi, wl'i U' cioat" lUa miv Urst (.'i.n lloll In i4i IV: .lUTJ. ttrtry Rtivntlaii will U plit r. Ih i is mAnt aoJ (inuliiMi flu untf nir of tlilJ IIouih. 1M.I Ulf AUfUnl I a. t. MACON N. 1. PCBLIC LAMDINO. S!ciz C'y, Imca. JO.HN HAGY, PROPRIETOR. TIIK Proprietor takes pleasure in annonno iop to the publio that he now has a house in whioh be can accommodate tbcm, in as good rtjlc as can be found on the Missouri Slope, liy atrict attention to the wants of (rucsts, be hopes to merit and receive a liberal share uf fiatronaire. Nov. 7. lhftO- tf HERNI10N HOUSE, V"rnr of frham ! Mnih fT(, OMAHA CITY, M. T. RICHARDSON A JUDSON, riujrKiKTowe. fieoeral Stage and Livery Offioe. L. II. PA IM. Kit IS new prepared to sell Dry Goods ant Groceries, at Wbalesale or Retail, Aa low ai any House Id Stoux City, Iowa Xee Boot and So Shnp IN PIOCX CITT - - - - IOWA. Tha undersigned, late of the firm of Krum i E-.12 L. Schaiblc, ia Cirrjing ca the business u his own account, in the bnildmg on Pearl Street, Just below tbe Sious City House. He ia now earrying on the Boot and Shue buoi ness in all its brancbu. Work warranted to l a dona in as good atyla and on aa reasonable term as at any other i-hop. A oall from old cnptoniiira ia repictfal!y solicited. Itepairiug neat!y done. JOn.N SCHAIBLE. Nov. . 1S59. tf WAKTK1). AT aatUs ant V'k Onm. uiW . I CA.-II. uJ the hliihwt uiatket price. Kr m)i U I will puy DnUl.lty, Aut 1:1, '19 CTRL NOTICE. TOtniARLEJ, CORK J nd alt whnm it way ormvrn Sir You are hereby notified tlmt I rial appnr Iwfnre the RyUter end Uuclver of the l.ni uiiue, lor the Dakota, land limtrlet, Oebra-ka Tarrin ry, at ekiu eliT nn M.tiidar the lTth ilar ef lieu her tt at 10 VolcK-k . , to piore my rlvbt tn eutei h; pre-eminn Die m uili half of the eoutli ml iiuarler f 1 4. ,t, uajt.fr IhrIT lour, (W) lowai-hlp twenty fig! t if) and the r.-r'.b half of the north wot qunrl-r of niU.ut nnmr-er tUrre, (4) townftrp leenlT Be.en. 'Jt) raue iUt, ifi) cut of the aUth l'rilii1 Hl nld an l f J.iii:s I'Kh.-TJx rakot BepUaber M 1AV. 'dm NOTICE. I a hereh; (lien to all peiwni.t t ailn c'ulu a . jan.11 alkhael Hoder. late of Iakota roili.l v. '! ri-a-i-l. that hey are required l file the aaine tok-cthtr ulthtn uvetiemhereof.lo the ofili-e r.f the frobate (curt fur 11 eeuniy, in Ihe Terrt'cry if Nebra.k. ou or hetoie Ont day of January ISt'J l)tfO unli-r my han! (00 -al Wwiij jr-itilrdhy r.-iinty frr thie ifnoe,) lhl !iti day tf 0t"tiw, I. UiK. THUS T, CnM-ira, Trthita Jujfr . I i'. ia todiiy. i Th HP ! A 3l 1 VOL 2. GKKAT LXOITKMKXT 1M DAKOTA t ill, Canwvl by tan nponhg of a LAF.OK and PTLENDID STOCK of I'ry (5"o,I, Cljthing, Orjefr ics, Boots nil' Phoe, Quecnsware, Ao , io., Ac, AT TI!E PIONEER 8TORE i r ZmiU & KKKHAHT.' e onr Stock of (1ond in now opm, and ! ready for the TRADB, we respectfully call tha atH'ntion of the citizona of Dakota :: and adjoining counties to our splendid FALL AND WINTER STOCK of GOODS wblch hare been ieleoted with grent rare, cppeoially for this country, and will be sold " CUEA1ER THAN Tni niEAPBST. ' We are boon I not to be undersold hy our neighbors. We a-k our old Custnniei h and , the Public geiieri'ly. tn nil nnd nanni'inn for i tlii-mi-elvcj nnl b cunrnoi t of tho iihuve ' tnct. ' OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF Dry Good Dres flood-, Mnliun b'e iehe I and uriMr ohd. Dflnine. Oh -l-.iniv e, Oinphfims, Iiincfi, Printn of all kinde, Merinos, Cbei-ks, Irifh Linncns, TMe Olothii, Crah, &e , Sc. La-lie." Shawls M' all sir.ep, rio'.hK, Satinets, Jean", Tweeds, Cat itnerec. Flannels of all color.-. Women and Children's Hoods. Woollen Hose Half Hose, Woollen Yarn nnl Men'a C 'lintry-knit Socks. Children's Uo-e &c, &c. AK-o a large SIOCK of CLOI'HING, eiich s Overcoats, Uundercoats, Vests, Pants, Shirt, Undershirts, Drawers & ; , &. Also a spluil id Stock of CoBtume-mada Bootj and IShoos, for Men, Woman and Children. We are able in this line to fit the Btnallert as well as the largest Foot. Also Huts anil Cups ef all Sorts and Sizes, and a heavy htock of Groceries, in which will be found the following adlicle9 : Sugar, Cofl'tfe, Molasses, Pyrnp, Itice, Dried Fruit, Canned Peaches, Bottled Fruit, Teas or all kind?, Tobacco Miioking and chewing, Nuta, Sploes, Clovi-s, Oinotunon, Ginger, Soap of all kinds, Bait. hlour, Hope, Push, Gla?a. Nails, Door., Lo., &. ALSO Powder, Lead, Sdot, Caps. Oiii Stock will he fold to tuit tbe times, at vory low figures, mh we are d ling a striot CASn business, aud can afford to sell at small profits. We will alto ti.ke in exchange for Goods Corn, Oats, Bennp, Potatoos, Butter, Egg''. 4o., &o. Give ns a cull and be eonviooed that Da kota City ia the pluoe to LAY IN YOU II (I00DS. ZIRGT.EK .5- KCKHART. Dakota City Oct. 22. 159. AFEW MORE SVCKS Of TflE VEKY best brand of Flour at the extrn-.ly Iuh price of 3 50 per Sack, by ZIKGLKR & Lt'KH ART. DAKOTA CITY POTTERY, MSK3 Zifcljf.tft ECKiiAiU', ol lh.- Ill llaWolA I'llv iJiltltV l.kd t In a r. ......... II upportunuy hi eaying to me weronanta and the public generally, that they will aontinuo in tbe business as herutofore. Hnd having in crc3cd tbeir facilities are able to manuf'ae ture a larger amount of ttmis ware and of the best quality. Returning thanks for the liberal pkironage beetowed uj on the old firm they respeotrully solicit a ooutinuanea of the same, and they will endeavor to retain it by prompt eiecution of their orders, to which they will carefully attend at all times. Give them a cull. Dakota City, N. T., Nov. 7. lfo9 tf. H. D. DOOO B, St. I aula, Mu. J. K. IlVifi K, Sioux City . Iowa INTERESTING FACTS Fi- Tn: l-Liil'I.E II. U. BOOCIK V 4VO., f r. tr.I. r lUSt T, Stoui City, - lotea SELL GKm'UIE AND PROVIrJIiJNS I'SKAI'KIl THAN AN Y OTtlKIt HOfSB rossinir cAxa H. D. BOOQE & CO. H. thi l.rn.-.t S I'iM KniUrorenea ui J'r-rl.lona e-r kinturd In hloux City. H. D. BOOQE &c CO. 1 1 Til cniinue to rut.p'y the CASH BL'Y- F.Ki, wliu'.ala ua ictail, at their uau ally low piiuee. 1 'he whole cjv ntry ia arou-ad, aud awaken I loit-I.XSr iiileresiM ,,rl il.u.n.;...! lo bnv ita Orocerita and Proviaii.ns ol H. D, 1 1 ' .IS "iiKvoftm r-tr iirvm iiks am sir:;. DAKOTA CITY, NM1KASKA, NATWiY MORNING, NOV. THE HOLLAR 1IKALKI run NLW V01.13IE NEW TATE. For twenty yers thi Clev-dun I Pliio T'-al-r hue been nwned and r.otitrnllej, Pohll'-heA and Edited by the sa'ne individual. It bus ninor missed a Publication Day nnr rrntn)iel a Demooratio Ticket. It baa fought its wav i.umf-hatided agaitrat all opposition, until it u iim .l a National Circulatinu and n N 1 fi.un: Ri putntiou Fro'ii Main to Calitornia th- PlMiri Dialer is known and read, and it iii'nr was in co gfod a condition pecuniarily r in better pluck politically, to fight the bat tles of Democracy than now. - For the com ingyear it will be particularly devoted to POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY AND THE PRESIDENCY I It has sjainst high authority, dared to ad vocate the right of "the people of a Territory as well as a State, to regulate their douiostio institutions in their own way," anil it will continue to do so against said high authority "the world, the flesh and tha de-il." Against all Lccompton Conititutions, Slav Codes, and the re opt-niug of the Slave Trade, tbia Paper is devotedly dodioate J from this time, hence fot Mi forever Come one' come all I This rock shall fly From its firm base aa soon as I 1" Besides the current News of tbe Day, tha Plain Doalcr will contain in each number a TALE, Cor-espondi n je from a bo9t of Contri butors. and Telegraphic Reports froai all parts of the Wovli. The Coninicroial Department will be under the sole charge of Jas. Brokensblre Esq., who Is acknowledged to bo one ot tbe boat Market Reporters in the country. - - - The Local Department will be presided over by that original and laughter provoking gen Artemus Ward Esq., whose Letters, jokes, Oddities and Qulditiee, are alone worth the price of tbe paper. In short, we are prepared to present oue of tb9 NEATE3TANDCHEAPEST FAM ILY NEWSPAPER IN THE WEST. TERMS. Single Subseribriis, per year $1 60 " ' for Six months, 1 00 dobs of ten, per year, 10 00 All over ten copies to one Post Office 1 00 To eaoh getter np of a Club, one Copy Ul tra. TOST MASTERS are requested to act as Agents. " THE GLOBE. The Offieiul rjtr of Congrnt. 1 shall pulilisli the Daily Globe, and the Congressional Clcbe, and Appendix duriug the next session of Congress. The Daily Globe will contain a report of the debates iu both brauobes of Congress, as taken down by reporters, equal at least, to any corps of short hand writers in this or any other country When tbe deb'tca of a day do not make more than forty-five columns, they shall ap pear in tbe Daily Globe of tbe next morning, which will contain, also, the news of tbe day, together with such editorial articles as may be suggested by passing eve tn. The Congressional Globe and Appendix, will coutain a report of all the debates in Congress, revised by tbe speakers, the Mes sages of the President of the United States, the Anruaal Reports of the Heads of the Exeo utive Departments, tbe Reports of Committees of Congress on important subjects of general ia'crests, the Lawa passed during tbe session, and copious iudexes to all. These will be printed ou a double royal shvet, iu bo 'k form royal quarto aito, each nnmhi-r containing sir teen poges, averaging 2,307 word j or page. The whole will mukein twuen l.ToO aud 2,000 pages. It is believed that tin book has ever beou pu'.l'shed at B" low a rate. Last year I :l'i r i .i: the Duily Globe fur six monies, .. -, ; . ut on - In. in Ire I other newspapers, i ; ,. Ui'i'.y Stiitis, u rvwar-i tf $245, I" he i , i.y piTSiui who Would prod -:c a book pui,.ieiei s j low a rate, and Dune was pru .itl,'i.l. fl.ii litig nutiiber of copies subscrib ed for by Congress enables me to afford tint dotiHti s I'j subscribers so cheap Tl.u Corrrcr:i:unl Globe end Appends ps fice through tbo mails of the United States, as will be seen by reading the following Joiut Resolution passed by Congress tho Oth of Au gust 1852: Jvir.i Rftoluticn providing for the distribution of the Lauit of CongrtiM and the lrbttt thereon: With a view to the cbvap circulation of tho Laws of Congress, and the debates contribut ing to the true interpretation thereof, and to' make free cnmuiunicatieii between the repru sentative and constituent bodies: lie it resolved by the Sonata and Houo of Representatives of tbe United States of Amer ica in Congress assembled, That from aud af ter the preseut session of Congress, the Con gressional Globe and Appendix, which contain the Laws and the Debates thereon, shall puss fie.- through toe mails, so long as the sumo oh, I le published by order ef Congress : Pro vnied, That nothing herein shall bo construed to uuthnrixe the oiruulatiou of Ihu Daily ; he, free f j 0 t ig. Approved, August, C.tb 1802. TERMS : For a copy of the Daily Globu 4 months f 1 00 For a copy for a less time (per inonlli) 1 fO For a copy of the Congressional Globe and Appendix during tho session. & Bunk nutes current in the section of the country where a subscriber resides will be re ceived at par. The whole or any part of a subscription may be remitted iu postage Uaips, which are preferable to any currency except gold and silver. Where Bank notes un lt-r o inu not be procured i will aeud two Cohit-e f-' t i A paper wni uot t.S eut t:."la the money accompanioH the order fnr il. 1 cau not allurd In eichange with all the tirw srs that desire the Globe, but I will scud tbo Dully Globe dnriug the senuiou to all who shall puulb this proapectue tbrea limes lirlwiu (oe lirat Monday in next Doceiuber I'no.e who publish should send their papers eonui&Iag' it te sue, niikad with a pen, to i . 11 ii i: : 1 .1 .' r 'linct nttention to It. The Conrrrsii.?il Gl'.lni and Appnidii will be Htereotrped. and tSep-Vri', I sb.'ill 1(. n',. to send thi burk lunntinri f r tins trMin to '! who nnf sub. font's aflrr tbt eat'ti commences; but if the first edition ahaU hsso 1'Ci'n cahaustr' bef.'re the su'jsci iptt n ineney Is received, I shall elinrga m ibiltar ad litmnnl per copy, to pny the nti ei ff putting the plates on the prc-ti Sul.;-iM lions rbntild reach ma aa eHj ns tbefir-t werk in I'e.-omher, to insura f cmp'ete cnpiin at the juices advertised above. JOHN C. 1UVES Washington, Coluber, b 0 V . A useful and attractive series of books for i , the young people, embracing events con I iioctod with the bistnry of tha Country, and lites of (iielingiiitilied men, written with much rare and lo an entertaining manner, aud beautifully Illustrated tille-psgea : Containing the life of Daniel Webster, the great Amerioan Statesman, with numerous anecdotes, Illustrative of bis charsater, and the following illustrations : Young Daniel In tbe saw mill ; Webster fi-hing at Baabnrg j Webster declining tha clerkship I Weheter eipnundin tha Constltu. tion at tbe Banker Hill relobratiun Webster at Fanueil Hall ; Mansfield the residence of Webster ; Webster on bis farm. Tha life of Henry Clay, tbe mill-boy of slaakea, with nine illustrations ; the life of General Washington with nine Illustrations ; tha lira of Layfayette, with nine illustrations j tha lifo of Penn with nine illustrations ; the ll."a of General Taylor with nine illustrations ; tha life of Napoleon Bonaparte with nine il lustrations ; the Old Bell of Independence or Philadelphia In 177S, with nine illustrations ; tbe Yankee Tea Party, and other atoriea ol the Revolution, containing in all over ops hundred illustrations. Each volume it well written, possessing . high moral ton, and can safely be plaae.d in the banda of the young people. They con tain numerous anecdotes Illustrative of the history of our country. Price per eett handsomely bound in cloth, with gilt back, and neatly nt np in boien, $0 76. Pride per volume, clotb, gilt, 6? cts. Colporteurs, agents and school libraiius will be supplied at a liberal discount Copies sent by mall postage free, npon re ceipt of the price) of the sett or any volume. LINMAY St BLAOKSTONE. Publishers. No. 25, South fiih Street, Philadelphia.; GOLD rEXS REPAIRED. Price 60 cenU. Enolose pen in a letter with cash or postBgo stamps, and by re turn of mail yon will roeelvo the peu as good as new. Addre?sE. Eilliot, Syracnss, N. Y. Any person giving ihe above thrao inser tions and rending roe a markod copy, shall receive one of ray best pons by mail. 8t IIASDLIXO IIOIttKH lVITILE DR1JIO SHOO. A most important job, that of shaeing a horse, la very frequently performed by a care less ignorant luiiib, whereby valuable borsea are often l imed or injured. Dr. W. Piarae, V 8., ia a note to the Ohio Cultivator, in al luding tn this fact, remarks that horaea aoma timss siaiid sjuiet atlll, wlhla one foot Is np they strut's until it is released, and frequently the slioer baits, speaks sharply, awears, and friglitcns the horse, so that he must be bold by force or abandoned. Another takes the tools end acts Lis shoes without any trouble.. Tli Dr. gives some of tha reasons for this. He fiys: Coder certain circumstances the muscles cramp, oausing severe pain. Almost at any time a horse's bind leg may be raised ao high, or in such a position, aa te oame aever cramping, not to be endured. When a home has had all tho miolcs relaxed by ex-, eroise, and stanie and ooola quick, an unusu al position will most oertainly produce oramp ing, and at the same time make him Irritable. A h'Tse that has steed for same time in the 1 eold, uneasy, and suffering with anxiety to . gi?t horns, ii ia a bad cnditiou ti stand the i b'iB), aod ofleu paiufiil position, of shoeing, ' aud to often fretted to that degree that be ' nevrr f'N over il too often forced to stand and endure the pain of severe cramping, prick- j inir, ate, until he wiil never forget it, and of- , ten pefuses toenter tha shop again. S ime horse-shoer have a habit of raising i the foot and leg sn high tkut ao ootumon horse ! cm stand it, and taos l.o willaboa horses balf i bis life time before he knows that the fsolt. is in himself. The awkwardness and ill-teiap'-r of some Bhocrs ia sufliiient reason to withdraw ytvir patronage, although they may do their work well. The danuges ilone by foroing the horse to atnnd in paia, and the injury to his , disposition, ia infinitely more injury than to go if a miles, and spend a day and pay double tbe price to oue who has some sympa thy, and shoes bin without pain one who exercises some raason and judgement and patitnoe, and seams to tyaipatbise with the snlfering ansmal has little or n trouble, and dors ns damage, I oaca knew a horse tht if be was minus ashoa, would gobyhimself te a particular smithy, and thara stand until the shoe was sat. I once owned ahorse that was shod tbrea or four years without any trouble; at last he Was eent to a shin to be shot, e shoer being a little iutoxiaateJ, fr'ga'n ' bim, beat aud abuse I, i'j ao tli a to tuoor tiiat he uver after feared to approach a ilack-mit'i ah. p, iiud if forced t' euter one, would trm ble wiih fear. I think I ehill be justified In faying that ane-baff of tbe horse aboAri ore . ioc'impeteht to lbs tak saj ing nothing about . tu.lr W'irkuianabip of setting shoes. I Wave no doubt but B'.miib I'lin J euoom 11 eause of splints, bogs An I 'iiba, aa wait ai kicking, oi ingiug, puiliug at tha baiter eto , ato. Reader, if you ara tbe owner of a geod horse, gi youiaelf an tea him shod, unless L.D a- 1 A ii. U is;,!). iNO. IS. you ate well M'.juam e I w.ih lbs s'loer, an I Vaew M n to be carrTul, patival, mil I Irmpi.r and hum 'lie, W ilh Jr w your pstroge fvauiell tfvrrr cbarsiwer-', bif ire y 'ii sus tain a less. Ni't-r ''.lShiU to, or employ a slioer whose rharioter and intellect ie Inf rlor to that of your bor-e 1 f yen d . you my have bim lame. I, abuvd, an I pmle 1. . . -. . - iviikat srii.it run miiiiiht ri.oTio. Mr. C. M. Kces, Calbnun cuTte, Miobigsn wiilitig to tbe Aiicuiivrn'.ul, j;ites tho f.il lawing arcoimt of a method Isti ly fullnwed by bim In aawim Winter whest, which be aaya Is Incoming qaile euiamnn in that semlon', Tha ground Is lowed deeply and tbwrmiglily la the Rpring for the coin erop. Tbia is saarcely tilled throngbout the .Sninnier, prin alpally wilh th cultivator, au ocrsiona plowing and booing being alao given, if nec essary, to keep tha weeds down. Whim the time romes for Bowing the wheat, If ihe ecrn ss ripe enough and helo is plenty, tbieo sr four rowa are cut np, the atalks set nn. one eiilo, and tba atrip thus cleared :id sows. I an. I harrowed in. Tke Btalk are Mbeti set back upoB the opan space, and another land " cleared, tha atalks being put on the " ism) " already tor. e-J, and So ou until the field 1 finiahad. If tbe Oorn Is not fit to cut, or help Is lea roe, tbe wheat la jiut In with a oultivator going twice In a row each way. One man will anw ns fust aa two con cultivate it In. About lw bushels of seed to the sor are used. Mr. K. aaya tba average yield of wheat ia not qaiteeo large, but lbs labor invelved Is much less, . . , . . This method maybe expedient in rare cases; but Is hsrdl to bo commended for gen. eral introduction. The mors mellow ami thoroughly prepared tbo. aeai bed, the better will be tbe yield. Tbo spaoa left where tha rows of corn stoo l will be Infested with weeds tvbii h will grow up with wheat tba fullowing Spring. "kw Sn.vttoa im 1111 Kkxt CnoRsse The fu!!oiug uaiuud guutjomati wllltak tbair sea's fur lh,) Ursttiiae in the United States Senate en the first dey in Dsoembar nest,, ou wbiih ilny the C at session of tha thirty sixth Congress will commence: Hon. Wlllard Paulsbnry, of Delaware. Bon. Jamos W. Grimes, of Iowa. Hon. Lazarus W. Powel, of Kentucky. Hon. Kiiigslry S. Bingham, of Michigan. Hon. John C. Ten Xyok, of Ifew Jersey, non. Thomas Brogg, of North Carolina. Hon. Henry B. Anthony, of Rhode Island, non. A. 0. P. Nicholson, of Tennessee. Hon. J. W. HamphiU, of Texas ST John Randolph, was one of the most sarcastio men that ever ived. One time a young Uien attempted to maka his acquaint nnce. He obtained an introduction, and among the first remarks said. "I passed by yoar house lately, Mr. Ran dolph." "I hope that you always will," was the ro- ply. Anothor nne twitted bim on Lis "want of education." t t "The gentleman reminds ma," said Ran dolph "of Ik lauas at the head f the Mont gomery which are poor by nature, but rulntd by cultivation." Tile Ceuona wf 1110, In little lees (ban a yuar the e'ght cncus of th United Stales will have been taken. The first ceucua was had in 1791), aa I it showed a population little exceeding tbrea millions.- TLer is little or ui doubt that of next year will foot np a total of mar than thirty mil liens! Inleei than a lifetime tha population ef lue United aits tee oan now, by virtu of popu lation i.ior.0, Uks rask with tba greit posf'.'rs of Europe. Tbe eeanpariaoa ia this: Russia, 70 millions- Austria, 13 France, 89 ! Great Britain, 80 " Piaseia, 17 " United Siales, 21 " Our population ia greater than tba British Isles, and is nearly equal to that of Franoe or Austria. It la newly double that of 1'iusbi The men who made our Constitution, wise as they were, they little thought that in etveu ty years the population of ibis country would be equal to that of tba Empire front which it separated I In less than forty year lis I'uimd States will Lava one hundred million nl peepU, RTF The House of Reprearntatives of Mas sachusetts bare expunged tbo word " wliitc " from the militia lawa, by a vote of 1 UI lo 81 . This given colored man a ohauoe to train win n they have a uiiud to, and allows thorn to orgaa leo u. Hilary cotnpanias, a well aa their white bi tbvrn, provided tba .aotion of the bouse Is concurred In by th eeuiite, aud not nullified by a veto from Gov. Bauka ljtrii,l T. Luit Sunday moraiug tba F.r-t tlabii t Church of Chicago was in debt 1 1,000. In foriy-fu minute after th fact was stated lb eengrt gution wiped out $12 :'latid was pre) rtd to ceooel th remain-. ing 9i,ruo, but tbe pastor bepged them not to lo so, as several frieuda wer unavoidably atjsfnt who would n'.t b pUattd if nothing was left for than) t do. RATES OF ADVfl RTISINQ rqt are nl !? I'n f o, flrat i o K It 1 'n-i Mao t lsartl. ns are ei e nn-inth, ;tte inere, 1 1, r r-a reonthfc One oqnarw, stx monthA, itie aqnar, wis fear, ta nare, an y. AO I on S Ow fs II 00 ta . SO SO 411 on f 0 4A l It Is) tt ' is au Lay ne eninmw, one yer, i Woe Vta'f ASltima Jo f'nett, ft-lnnta, di, On lialfmlnmn, alt month, do fsn-fh ilo (i,, ill half rntnm, tl rne m'ntha, (to ft'itr'h do da ,1,, luielns f'arda, ef ni Urn. , nre yeer, f's.li In ltaii all! u tnul,,i ea aJI ailvert!.e. ntsnt eieepl wh.re a ie,'UI ,. iwilmii ha lfe maJe ti Ihe mntrary. . ; . m lVliat anrl ef a Ittaa I. , The Nrw Yot'a ."si' snswers iae n'lestinn in t'lts amaew bat ptrsonal dcesi i ; t mi 1 "lis smokes rather too nisny oigara, but tl.ry ate i f lbs ruost fiagr. nt tobacon, and 0. irre-pmid roiwt admirably with the urnma from tbo cut glass, out of which 'n ilrmka sni ceas lo lee-tntalism and the dona of Tem po snoe, There are vary fstfiofonr statesmen more dc -orom, staid and resprctiiS :haa Mr. .Seward. He neither Cgbta, gambles, nor la Rildieiid lii debauchery. Ha lit model ef piiia villus. M a du not believe he swears tiiuob. His Jrcss i propriety Itself a com bination ef aeml-eocleslaatlat pravity wilh an every day buainens laoV, wblch instantly In splms ronfi l nre. He la Oie avowed repre "f n'f' tempered by nveiflowing Indulgence for every failing and I ecce.liilo on the 1 art of bit fellow cr tit ores, and etpeclally of the niggers. What a pity that Mirh an idea, fur a future President should be gnrgrtned with the harecy of "irra piessablo eot.flict !' Mr. Coward docs not wear a white cravat. If La did, tie weald hs taken for a Protesler.l mlnhter. lit might, as It is, pass vaty wall fur a J ileit. Noon can question that he la a pious man, and a member of the church. Ws ars cot sure U what eburcb he belongs, but ha la 'a bnrnlng and ablnlng light, aomcwh re. II may b a Methodist, and be would b an excellent class leader ef that persuasion." Mr. Seward In short, Is at present, the favorite racer In lbs Black P.epuHicaa stud but La will gst lamed In Africa. Clilsr Mad 11 In WUtiwwt Preaelaa:. nd Without Crapra, A recent latter frm a gentleman la Paiktrsburgb, V., ba )u auhatane tie fol lowing : An old Dutchman In that city has anoval uiAlbod of making cider. Ue has praotleod It or tevaral years with suoeats. Ut pnrahaaes Urge quantities of apples and grinds them In the ordinary way. Ho has a number of large raska prtpared, standing on aa end and opan at lb top. At th bottom of eaoh cask Is a f-tuoei, whoaf mouth Is protected by sticks plaoed srasswls, and clean ry atraw a f)t deep, luto the seeks and open this straff atrainar th pernio is shoveled a soon ns grsaiid. WLin tb casks ara full! abool a much water la poored Into each aa the pomace each coutaiota hbould yield gallon of para cider. Th caaks and pomace tken remain uadiatorbad for two ar thra days, when the faucet being opened tha cider rani out. Cider i( heavier than water, and In Its first itv.gft does r.ot sail. The pomao having a greater affinity for water than older, absorbatb wattr and cenacqucntly ejects its own uic without the aid of a pros. If too much water baa accidentally been penred on the pomite, it will remala on the of ths cider, asd net ran from the cstk till all the cider is ont. Tha fauott Hboald be closed aa seen aa the drip pings look pal. On preatlng pieces of tha pomace aftsr thla preeese, they will b tatta Ie: . SuaK 1 tb fjeraian tktary. The sain eold DuUhman BDanufaeturcs wbfit he oalla "NtlSna Pare Amarloan Win;" as follows; lie takes a 00m toolbox ofraiaius, chops them up Ilk mlnse meat, aud after lh older cease to foment, puts thaa Into a barrel of thi s liquid, together with a small bsg of eharcoal. After a few tnentha the elder by some bocua poena process becomes "Pure American wlao." It Is then ready for bottl ing, and if tightly corked will keep forvr. Sem thirty bartelicf this liquid brooght at auction recently from $7 t $11 per barrel Asy lsdividuala trying th bv eiptrl menta, aad bating success, may sesd ns samples for exauiiaatiop. Ws are dry sometimes, w e ar. tyr in yfiei Republican. SjThe Belly Kicsrsgw entarnrla ia aow entirely given up, and th men employed left there in great distress, without payment ef their dues, or tnenns of support. Th affair coat its projectors $160,000 total loss. ' lT Tha trade carried on betwetn th Ter ritory of Mrxioi, and the Northtrn States ef th Mexican Republio, aad the United State through Kan a, is now vary large, amount lag to nearly ten mitllena annually and la yearly Increasing. Formerly that trade waa exclu-itely confined to Independence Mis snuri. r-y!r. C'orooran, In view of th profits and fort inn amassed by tha proprietor of th Washington "hotel;" has almost concluded ti build a tavern as larga as tha Capitol apon the soutneaet corner of Jaokaon Square, to be conducted on the Eoropean plan- So aaya a eoi roeqondenl of tha Nw. 53. Tl whole amonut of publio land M.-rtei, as returned to the General Land Of fice, for the year ending with th present month, la nearly 63 008 Biiles, or about IS 000.000 aoroa. fsy A noble tree, known a Toem Moore' Oak, aituated in tha midJleofthe road be tween Niagara and fueeustown, has gone to daoay. It te tke looal tradition that under this tree tbe minttral ef Iiin aircprttl "ft Wnndpeck: Tapping" t A.J '' aw-,-.. .