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O-O1T1MSS10 AXT1 CnLl.til 1 M nlt,a " nrw tlx Apenta ft Mil paper lu th rltia of '".ili.li lj tun, r., Wltwiuittun, Del , aud Ihiltittiore i DANIEL M'LAuuHLIN, ATTiiHNKT A1 CUCNSHLh'JH AT LAW- iloWtVy, - A'rbraih. 11 1 u iDt entrusted to his care Bill be i.tiui ili J l'i villi prou.)toe-s and tlifpntch I'm sicnlar uttentii n will be paid to the Cullec t: ii t-f claim; and to Real E.-tate matters. 0 C TREAllWAT. J on rrnuB TREADWAYii CURRIR, Atturneijt nt Xav, Kl'itX -IT, IOWA 1 l ''Hi attend to nil legal business intrusted to their cure, in western Iowa and cait crn Nebraska). 'u. 7. 'M. m MARTIN H. DEVER, 1'tumbfr and Vat-Fitter. ,,). 13, cT. CIlAULra PTEKKT, ST. 1 On, WO ri!i prnni'.itl.v Httcnd to all businesa in his l:ni'. ii nj ull work eivcuted willi mat ii - ili-)iitrh. V iii give it piul Htti'iitinit in nnv wurk II. ..t 1 1 . i k ' bw Ltru.-K'J to bid rd :m,. putifl'iiclioii nairanloJ. LEAV ITT L. BOW EN, t;.it. t "f .-f. 1'i.trut Mlvrntu f-.r At'-rjtt-a 1 1 rl l.(. utt'-fii promptly any lK:kl butinod Intr l u-i I" biiu in liie I urt? of rli" Ti-rrlmry. niHCl. I iniiui r 111' ok, uiiinba t ity, .V T. Auur t, ' O'J J 0 II N T A F F E , .ri:i,-.i:r ,c cii'."f:tr.uu at lah; 03IAUI, .MCllllASKl. U-1 1 b pr miitly iitt.'ml nil liu.incps cntrni t".l '' b!m. tirj" on (.rnvoH ulret't, ' 'I r ctvt of the "Amorionu Jlouso;" 0mi- rm: nr. i. r.riA rs vUil VNT? A RKAr, EST ATM, V' I' ' 7 1 1 tl i v-n !lr thiit (tny boiliio'flnlru"tri H t-ti-ir rr( will iu"'t with prompt tttiticn : fi !i J Irtyii. .'Ut Inml" info IiiUkm Hrwrif or utMiffciis ti. t- ' ; II;.. i-'ijin, .'!!; i kr, ientini; nr Ifa-in? of ral - if.;. . I ,,r I'rtf: t.v ti nrlJinor lorntin nf ii- i :.rriitii. on tnu i-r fr rh; ru:king Poiltrt'lomi, I 'i-1' f L.', ttx'tuiiiix J rwcoT In as to jn-rft etnesa ! ' ! tar. U r lutiitJi rity Piork ; thn oUfilnit.fr ol ! ' !: hh tiio lMkotnoit v ni any for Ur:iw.j on ; R-i- T. ..! i..ij , I)Ji, JhJs and rre-L'mp tmn Foyers, und the r- rt-oj nf i'n i-li(',lhiii clulmn, 1'. r ii.j-t uf tl,o lanj. H '': hi. now on li.in l n lures uti.rk of Irv 0('J I : i'-i.s". l.umUr Kml rliiiii'liK, ll.y ul.t mil i' .'! i- tii lli.nr fti k.HiHl sny ti tlm (.ul'lictliHt tLvy - ' ! r'; ;iri i t.i ri--i ivt- Kll kil il nf dry kihmIm, nn K-iTifn, I ' - ' I i- it i.1 liiiuN r mi ii'rmiiin.ii'ili, tur prit at, (ir war i n -i.i. . or to i.x. Imnu t,r utbiir prnptjriy. CUiiri-4 ii. ai ftLorhm; Ir.'U. M O N K Y O N D K I' 0 B I T , ..irniitt-lfK It " l"ld 'J5 j-er rut nut prtflt, jur an man, if llt on 4ji-oiiit over fc)o duvM. N K r. rmn(i lhlnpr tn luviift hr uM not fall to rait iy il. -ir f;i.-". an tiny ham a liirye amount o raluublu p' p. r v (it i ill. low f r rah or on lline. 1:.. ti.i i. ri't r.'tnv KiTvii It ri'.mtri'it. J L. SI. ('KuCKWKl.I., I'rcfldi'nt. 1'it.i tu t-lt v. Autul 11, 'a 4iily. C F. EC K H ART & CO., ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS, DAKOTA CITY, KHIKASKA, . II. I. tiri-pi.- pinna aad Hpurttl.'BMoiiK for prUaleani I'lltlic IjuiSani, auil fontract t.r or ii jiuiriliU-n' ' Uiik Ilia H.im. Any tiiforilmtinn wnntrl, tll'iuirr i -I ,.. ... i. . .... .. ' 1 JOX A S SEEL J, TTOKNEY anaCounecilorat Luw( Omabo V Ncbnickti. WILLIAM N. DYEUS, FlKU.FIi IN KrML KSTATR anl Oennrnl Hurfm. Am-nt. 4tnvcvafirr nn.l Nnw MhIiH'- Hti i"'r!!,t,lf thft -'U4itjr Uuoordor'iotfiiw.ou i'uiulian t, Oiuttha, N T via AMI AliPXT, OMAHA, NEUUA8KA. Ofiisa larnn&iii ulruet. A NOTICE. I HKKKBY IlIVI'N, that rVl.d rrnPo,al will tie 1 '- i iinl t t In- olr.. e of IIib t'oiii.tv t.lurli, of bakota "''.. at i'ak'.ta City, until the at day of Vrbruary 'l until Oocl.ifk of fahl day, for tliavrertioa of a f' '1 I '.urt Hour" for uiJ t:.n.uly nt I nk. In City. 1 u pi.-m and ij. -n. 'ulii.ua for tni 1 LutMing can ba ' n at 11,., ,,m.H) of Ilia County ('i,Tk. 0..I I:a ni 1, raiiuirrd to HtMte In their prop. hIm in- rrrl:y,t ttuiw at wln.'h thy will c.m.;..w .Hid " notf ; the tuna nut to exti-J twu y:ari Irom ttu '"H In .1,,, f i,i.ra,v, A. l. 1 10. 1 oni)iri.Kati in for aiii. 1 work to la-In County t'Mn-a, l l Our Thouaa.ul l)..ln lu iniiiti Jual ui . r ; j tu u, '"I I t I ...in i kot i t v , ' 1 l.t wilt dat, h iw, (i.d at what timna, tliry a,. r..uiosai..n. I:. a Ii uiuiiii,,,,,,,,, ,,f j (..uiity in awni'liue a !'t.a-t. aa il,,,,, roa.r.u tlie n;M ota.b.InK tu. u Tt'ii 1.11I r. tolili im t,, iuvh c-i.ir ii-t, an tin y may . 11. i- .Khnry t , h. i ur.ia r .11.1 t i . iaf.l auatt hnTa '!' ' "' ' "o-..M-lunt 1,1, 11, H .rui, ,rfLi. O'.llf.. 11. 1, nun- 1 1 llltl c,ti, .(!,, uf ,Ml. n.miart.auil lha I "i'-t 1 ro...,.l 1 y .;dJeTii, v lil tu r". I " "I liu .. iiino 1. '' Jtjir ol III! O'Ur.ly Cai.Mr.Ks.il J am v . 1 1; 1 r H. J'-o'. Cl'f, .1(0. Ol'.. a" D A K OTA C I T Y H E E A L I) . VOL. 2. I'h wl.y thm c nnfftTi I' ngtng l ifim ti,t h wt iih( hrr t i h vorl'i 'i,l t ov, h"w oIJ Ail'l cvn If v'rn t r .if flo. lurb tlicuLts liavt l 04 lofn toli. H r thought to nif ru, : li;;, Afk mo it Tun ur t , IV hope It'BVfB bti-tiii ain l lujj, la fiuuiiiKT time tniott U ClftJ In inch nt-Ti'l r'.-lliitof. Vrtil W(Ml!4 liOt hllt-W l" lfJlTPtf, 1'Ult pu llli UlOl'M in lnHShtng W iiO lit' t till. g 1M J l -1'.ti r ? Tly If bir-ln in Pii.irtnj hh'Hil'I YBry i'vry mtirf. Nor l.-t ilio not in 1 rlnw;ii.g Uittl rt..'Ullii W'Vf ItPRTit (0 I 'tt; f Or If th vnrtrim flower W Ui-.-li bifsutily tUavAr.ti, In h.vf of t-r.aiif li!vl. nun WouM prurtf 1 f Knitter u th If to th Tlnlrt'i Mnj-aiin W t-r ivu a kn ud rt J, J, l.l from tin liiiitihU lM.-tmi It ra-fttii a liaulii j LiaU f If ro'i'.i all gi-aw Tt llw Ari l Rfarlct ( r- ttn t'rio, Tu lt'Kf Mine rarpintr Tcjiotr, Yi hu wuuli ty vi tlilus i-dr" ' Woal-i enrth rerivi cu.-h liyter At tier tru lUt-rv briBi;n " Old at O 0 " up u bur. Lv-tti t'r iu ctu;iuj springs. ibf thought woul'i Fcarr be t.-tftur, d, Whlrh met no A,iiwrlntf thuuKlit. AC'l eio b umu'i tliuuirht Is tntanurt t Iiy rules r.xporiinKo bought. As fitc to he rfipon Jim, In uitrrorn true and clear, i iud ariHeiii tU iiiUtt at Itr , Jinii;iiiirfr(i trftntoit.t olay etai tie tor attuUe, TliMir Uriwiittnn 8ccioH raxplu dent d uutanUiar tt lo j But when, futitruo'i with murvlug. Wa liuii in 'l.tily litH, It? ulil, oM thciiiwd tnfuHlnK Bw:t Uioulit. devoid of striln. Lat Qf dfirt chut) nT. r. tfir o.ii tir molliar tongue. And with thf tiirdB foruver Lut Natura'i toogi te mug. 1 THE MAN WHO LOST HIS PANTS. A TEBI IMl'lUll IKElCIt. The following U paxags from tl: rich f.r tioien which are nibrncej in tbo literary rr tnuiti of Willis Oajlord Clark. It is only necessary to premiM that the witter is a l'hil aduiphia elude nt, who aftur .1 toltu furtuiglt among the gayetics of ft Watdmgron 'i-rasou' finds hiniDclf, (through tha renjis?t)us of ehum) at B iliimore on hU way home, without a cent iu his pocket. Ho Etopfl kt a fuuhion ble hotel, ufliritheles", afttr tarrying a day or two, ho finally, at the heal of aprnid din 11 .-r, f;ttu. mlui In Ida jriTate apartment, fliiiked with nbundant Chnuiptgcc and Vat guti'y, resoltr-9 to d'mobi e all to tha land lord. Summoning a sfevatit, he mys : " .llt tlie litndlor I to (tfp up t my room and brij his bill." He claUercd downstair! giggling, and Bbert ly there-after bis tnast r appeared. He n terf ! with a gentiova aia'de that made mn h ipe fur tha be.-t the home nffordnl, and that, jut then, Hat erfdit. "How much do I enu you!" paid I. He banded me the bill with all the grace of polite expectancy. "Let ma ee etcDteen dcllara. How Tory rtasuualle But, tny dear air, tho mol disagreeable part remains to be disoloeed. I griuNe to inform you that I am at present oat of mi ney ; but I kn5w by your philanthropio looks, f;at you will be BAti.fiei when I tell you that if I Im I it, I would gtTe it to you with unqualified pleasure. But you eee my not having it with me ia the reason why 1 don't doit; and I am sure you will let the matter stand, and say nothing about it. I am a stranger to you, that's a fact, but ia the place where I eatna from, all ruy acr)uaintineei know me a easy as can be." The landlord turned all color. "Whre do you lire, anyhow ! " " In Washing 1 thould eay Philadel phia." His eye fHibf ) with angry disappointment. 'lute how it is, Mi. tor; my opinion is that you are a blackleg. Tom dou'l know whare your Louia in. Tou begin with Wath ingtoa q 1 then drop it fr Philadelphia. You must pay tha bill." "liut I can't." "Theul'll take jour alothee : If I den't, I Il'JW til ngul. " Scoundrel !" anifl t, rininj bolt nprigh, ; 'do it. if you dure! do itl and leave tha rebt 1 with me." ILere was no more wot J. lie rao d liberately, i-e!;ed my only inexpressibles, and j walked ?own etaira. PbytUians say that no two exoite'nents can j niat at the Fame time in the eyatein. Exter 11 al circuinatances drove away ulmost inime- diately (he coufu.-iou of my hi ain. j I arose and looked out of the window. Tha snow was descending, as I Jrun.nud on the pane. What was I to do ? A'i unhappy wight, 1 ir j culvlti, in a prangs city ; no !:ion- ey, and slightly inebriated. A.thoughtstruek ' me. I had a large cloak, Which, with my other npj.ui ikmiiici ts, Nuve thuie he took, the laaJiurd 1. 1 1 spired. I drsss i immediately ; di i- y 0:1 E:y bould over my fair wbiio drawers, not ul!.1i a;ii!ii: t'oih' 8 ; put on 1117 cravat,' VP-1 and coat ; laid a (raveling cip from lay tt ut.k jiiintily oyer iiy fort bead, und tlloging t"7 t'l-'Btlo (rt ae.efu'.'y about ue, u.aJo ay w .y t!.ro'.:?U ti.u bull i ito t'uetti. Ll. Alti ac'ei ky bhit.uig Uupa iu the pnrlioo t" a new hotel, a few Hiiumea from my 1. dg iugn, I enter I, reoorJe l rny mine en tha buuki, aul Le po'..e a b"H Iverything wJ 'HKJIOtUUf-lTJ DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA, SATUKDAY M0KMX(J, A Til. I f. e-h and neat ; etery servant was at'eutite; ' a'.l arjucd wa'l. I kept myself tdtely clonk j ed, pullid a tig'ir and retired to bad to ii.ft- tutc my pK t. ' Waiter, jut brn-lt my c' itb' wrll, my I line fellow," said I in (be itiprnicp as be rn. I tt re 1 thf rjOTi : nit d the a'lt.il 'ons dnu't j tpill anjihira; from the pooVta j tliTe ia I money in but It " " I uou t see no partiiiuoii". " The devil you dt u't. V hern nre (hey V ' Can't tell, I'm .im. I don't knaw, so help me Cod." "Go down, eirralt, and fell rr.itr master (0 fometip h(r innneditilely " Thu ptiblioiin was villi me In a mninftit. I la. I icen nrd woiked my face before the glan into a fiendich look of paiwion, "Land lotdl " fxclair ed I, with a brief gesture, "I have been robbed iu ycur bouse 1 robbtd itr, lohlx'd! My pBiitulootii and a purse c in toning tin r hundred and fifty dollars nre gi.r.e. This is a protfy hotel I I this the j nay you fulfill tha irjnnolb ns of the Heiip' (urn ? I am a itranger, and find ty'ilf (1 itn in with a vengeaneo. I will ryposo you at once, if I am not reooir.pened." 'Trsy keep yr-nr temper," suid tha agita ted publican, " I have jut-1 opened this huue and it is gotting good run would you rain its reputation for at accident? I will send for a tailor to measure you for the udshiig garment. Your money eh all be refunded. Do you not eee that your temper is uel.w t '' "My dear sir," I replied, "I thank you for your klnJuefS. I did not mean to re proach you. If theso trowser oan bo doev to-day 1 shall b Batisliod, for time is mere procloue than money. Vou may keep the others if yon find them, and in exchonge for the hundred and fifty dollars which you gie me, their eoutente are yours." The next evening, with new iut x; rsfil.les and one hundred and forty dollais iu niui-ty, I callod on my guardian Rt l'liiifi lvlj liia for tdxly dollar. Ho gave me a inium on col lege desertion 1 shall not toon loi gt t. 1 en closed the money back to l.jy hoziotable lund lord by the first post, eettkd my bill w.ih old Crusty, tho rst publican, and ,01 my trunk by mail. fill V. We find in the Sandusky (0.) Rtyitrik Pjn Of sis of an interesting lecture on Cuba, de livered in that city by Mrs. Gage, of St. Lou is. TVe append a few extiuctm "KheleftHt. Louie fur Cuba February 11th "59. In two and a half day a'ier leaving )iew Orleans, the inland of Cuba appeared in view. Of tha beauties of tho inland, as seen from the sea nio spoke ia glowius tenuB. A gun wn-t fired from the ship which wart an wered by a gun from Cui-tle Moro, granting permission to enter tho harbor of Havana. Opposita Castle Moro, which frowns upon the eutranoe to the bay, is the ancient cathedra) in which tho bones of Christopher Columbus lie entombed. His body was firyt intoned in Spain, was afterwards taken to 8 l. Domingo, and then removed to Havana, where it now lies. "Hong in front of the cathedral, overlook ing the bay, are fortifications and barrauke for tha soldiers, built in eolid rock, at imuien.e expense. The Day of Havana is in the form of the letter T, the tail of the Y forming Ihe entrance. Ita width at the cnttance is only about ona quarter of a mi'.o. They urrittu b late in- the afternoon that they oould not land till morning. JS ioh one who Jandd must pay $4 to the Spanish Consul, and produce a paper signed by a justice of ihe pea ie er oth er magistrate, certifying to his or her idtnti ty hIho denoting the purpose of tha vi'iit. Mrs. G. eaidshe certified that it was onlr to please herself that aha viriteJ Cuba. There is an antlre absence of twilight in thnso lati tudes. Almost immediately with th disap pearance of the sun, gaa is lit in the city, and as the town Is situated open a plane inclined from lb water. innaiuiZ h'ur.o.t every hcuia visible, she desctibed the appearance of il 0 many ligbte as very pleasing when viewed frcra tha fhip. There are very few nights in the year amid tie tropies that are not per fectly cloar, and the atmosphere frco frem im purities. Ia th evening niuBit leats to your 6ir from the ships, ths barracks, the hemes, the little boat! upon the lay ! abort, the air is full of musio. "Sbe spoke of the splendid appearance of the flit flirs whieh abound at night ; ou of thorn plaoed under a glass caso will give light sufficient to read by eat dark aight. Men sometimes place theua in the buttonholes of their shirt bosoms to light them es they go ; young ladies at evening parliea wear them in their bead d: sines ; and at t. Doininiro she had seen them sUucing gayly at a ball with inuutnerablo tie il.es sparkling in their uresaen. "Ou the inorninj after their arrival they wtie pennitted to land. Lhe describe J the appearance of the Coolicd, wh uctcJ us por ters to their baggage. Many of tLe ladit of the paity fieni (he ahip stood in great fear tf the Custom House, but she said they had nothing to complain of, u-i no part of their wardrobe was dittuiUd by the Hirers. Thu streets were euly twenty fue feet wide, covered with awnin,;s wl.ieh fietjuently HretcU en tirely across. These ttreets wsie built over three huulied yeais ago. Tho ti Jewulke ai e only two leet wide. Tho wiuduaa to the houses are mire openings without glL:s, pro tected by iron grates which atuod cnt styer Hi'.i AM MI X. itKlies from (!,r i.ie of Ihe hou-i (n allow oc . , en; it :is to !o. k tip an I down the street. A , 1 He puteway. which i l!ie 1 uly e.1!:u!u to a lu.'-ie, air,, 1, (,u itl) nio'uod ooiirl ! r. utrntii .-bit ,y baieony wh.ch leads 11. U 1. 10 van -us tpni tint ti'.t f tlm hou es. 1 lie II ..1 -t u-11 illy eoiii .t i.f i-i.tui. 'Hi ruote w en 1 Hi y bays m.u i io llm t. 1 1 on bl.n.lt r en u.'r I lie a iu, lews neuic f t.u-t Hoimi, ami 1 1. ) olhei I .iinds ate krt nti. (I'd j auieli cua , tonis have jie'.de I l.ule tj luo.Uiu iunova- , t : 1.I1 3 . " li e I est families tnlio tlieir fo'.Tos hi bed at sum isi. In Spunisli ci'nking garlifi forms nn ingreilient in vt rytl.ing, not cxaapiin; leo. 7wo meal a day are only tuken. In rrgutdlo tnnking bread slie thinks we might 'l well take lc-sons of tho Cub. tis, ana sho nev I er tvstej so good bread any w hire elpo. Wins is ae l nt till ntnK After derert the ludirt Bil l pentl.nieu ull drink wine and smoke to gether. I.ndies never walk iu the Hrects. They do not appear ia the streets at all mitiil afierm.cn, otnllbt n ri.le, doitig their shopping eveu without alight ng. Their conveyance is a two-wheeie l vehicle, sometimes enperl ly mounted, cuilcd a valutite, diawu by one, (wo or ihreo horees, accoidiug to the wealili of (he vwuer. Tho driver lides a horse, and if thiee hoibea are alUchc.l, tatulv.o. it is hi pride to make the lir.-t gallop, li e aei i u i rou ter, and the thiiJ tint. Lu'.terivs t.re con ducted by the governments. You are Impor tuned to buy a ticket nt every corner, tinJ u ticket is by your pinto at meals nenrly ns rg ularly as the bil of fuio. These lyiteiirs u.e a souroo of great profit to lb, (tnv. rnn:ent Tho Sabbath ie devoied to cock-figbi ng and hull-baiiiug. In the evening military bauds play in the publie sijuar. On every Suudny inght the Cnpsaiu Genernl gives grand ball at his palace. The cathedrals are slinily at tetnled. Thu police regulations of Havana are of the most pe feot description. She de scribed a trip into the interior, aud th sugar and crfl'ee plantations. Sugar nine being moro rrofUahle to raise than entire, the latter plantations are fast giving Wuy to (he farmer. " The tyranny of the Spanish Uovernmeut towards Cuba she described as very oppress ive. No native Cuban can hold ctSc cither in the j udiciary or military. He tannot eveu be a polioo ollioer. Taxation ou all native products is excessive, except on sugar, whiob Is tuied 2 pur cent- A Cubau cannot g'.ve a parly to bis Mends, move from one homo to another, or do anything else hardly, without special licetice from the Government, lohools aie under ihe. coutiol of th military. In regard to the eomparative condition of slave iu t.'u'iu an I th Southern flisti s of the Uulsn( thu O'lnsidt'rs I t.Lat slavery fciid ce redeeming feature any h . Iu Cuba, however, eljve was permitted by Goveit uient to buy bliiclf ; appraiser being appointed to decide upon bis value, and frim appra sal tho master of a slave has no ap peal. Pome of thsao slavev who have pur chased their freedom hay become immvusely rich, aud purchased nominal title from Spain. She desoribed tho Coolies whe are hired to work eight your for$l per month and two auits of lolhes. They ar etrong, patient, quiet and submissive. A blow inflicted on a Coeloy, however, must be atoned fur either by the death f the mflictor or the one wh is struck. MAIUUAUU Of NIC AH H IC 1. ATIONfl . Th Ohio Igislitture hrs passed tome laws on this subject, and if erp half is true that has been alliriued in regard to the effects of cousins intermarrying, it would seem a if It weie th duty of parents and gtiaidiaua to interfere, aud aven of all State Legislatures to do what ean well be dona to prevent so ii j'l rious a cutom. It is Sft'd that iu Massachu setts, out of seventein families formed by th tuairiuge f cuUiins, there were niae'y ttve children, and in Ohio, in eight hundred and event taree such families, there were throe thousand nine hiKidred children. It would thus teem that the average number of child ren irt notdimioijhed by aU'jk intei mart iages, the Msa-acliuee' s atalintioa fciviug five and a naif ch'i'iuiou to ssch each riisriisge. But out of thee ninjty-fiyo children, forty-lour were idiots. twelve scrofulous, and euiy thitly feven iu tolerable health, while in Ohio, two thousand for.r hundred aud niuety out of th thrt thouuand tine hundred were either in (e'leetually tr pbyticnlly dofcotiva. In all families somtif th children will b iuoi or less defictive, and, wer ercful records pre--served, the proportion of perfeetly healthy children would ba found smaller than most imagine. But forty four idiotd oat of ninety, live children, Is a praportion, if true, u(!i cieot to r'.inlle anyone, and ditnr.nd anie vigorous remedy. The lecor is m l iiKpirita ofin-atie and idiolio rkvIuui might throw e.ret further light upon C.is aul.jeot. Iu one cute of doul.U thvt'.zt, nine children all there ie war iJ.ol.s of a luW pra ie. Enough then may bo aaid to ho demonstrated to umke all sensible cousins abetaiu from toar ryi,ig. i'auiilies, I ke th open lives of a flower, ar f "ji, not lo grow together, b'it apart. Parobt aud guardians, aul ail who Lave the conf, letic of th young; tiiiuitur an I ins Lea! attendants sheuld hear such fac's iu mini, aud eiert th full mea-ur of iheir intelligence and luflueuj to preyent iuuIi X!. Oliio rtiate Treaouiy has 00 money in j il c tier . It ij no wonder 1 2i. ui). IN'O. ..il. 'I ; Mi 1, liar 1. wtv Illnairi'iaJ. M.', S V. '.' k, r. epn !.'!.' 1 11. Im n.a l in the II "T 4 an enl a 1 1 i-i t l.u r .n.' '. ' f re it' e f'jl! of l.'sn-r eal pa t ri ni n at,.) h'i h"i '.a w i"i., ar. I t!..'tpi!rMy w,i ni.a((;i;.'... lis talk Uf ( II I i I. jllat hill,!, Ml, r H ',11.' I1 .-alia, Vin t'.l"tl;'J thry nriv .i,n.!''u In 1 bei.ii-a, talk of Job n l'r , .1 Hnia is i-io-iji w'ek's nt) 'f his pnlilUs! tjvn : 'not this 11 mi. prit'e '.iv .' ir-. "'ill. (rulhfiii. j i' t I. in ii !i,..v; ' In, w u-.o 'v. I 1.1.1 ti be pill dnwt , mvthi r by N. tth m r South ; and th.' tiv u'l a ia I':. ill ln h. l-l pi"'i'. the ft t-1 r-.'.'nl'cr of whl. Ii I bold in mv lno.1 in hii'h he ai to'i red bis erred. I nnt, be aid. in i"H east. I will tt e ir,ir.u'iite. 1 will not rsi umi. I not vetitvitfi wiiilf inch, and I will and ninat bo hi i .l. Tni.l 1 ll.e fii t tiiinibi-r i.f tho I.il...r.tt..r, pub li.'hed in If !l, I y Win. M,.l (linl.rti. It rrios to tne as if that loan (! .rr'. n ba I been suit by 11.-, vi'. 1. in au. r in inn piiHioi.ai f lhi cp;ie- ve I one" npo-i . n' th." This is th way thi I'spuld'enn Cnngritas-n-an ilbttt nlst what Iii party tneon ylien tl.ry any they at only a, ii'ii-.( nn etlenalon of slavery : " The system was at war wi .h evrry set il ment of honor : was nt war with erety prln tiple of that higher law who sit U lu the besom tf Uod. and whose voice is the harmo ny fT the world. I tnta eini ba'.lenlly her iUj. j.aj f.tj tf nnut'itutiiintil law, hnwuvae folsmnlv Bfreed to, however lilah insy I its claim to authority, intending to recognla" or authors sunk a syatetn of outran upon bu man tlirhis. is of any iff"'1 'n b'1'1' "'" si i.'nre or enntrol the induct of any clliien of any gnveMiment under Heaven.' That's plain talk. Thi patent Rpubligan takes an oath to support lb Constitution, and by doing he cn take his pay and emolument under (his Coti'titutioR ; but iu the net tnomnnt be d'V.iea that th oalh Is of sny Iff rt 1 1 bind Ms cnniclino or coutrnl bis anion If ha an thu renounce one ob ligation, ho wonll find no ?'.2r,,,y lu re nonnc'nn any otbar Ii nt does not suit him In a ward, (bis fanalio would no mere hesi tate to aholNh slavery by foro lhan he would hesitat to eat n breakfast. Hu-h a fa 11 at'" as Ibis Is fit for a oelportrur to Helpoi's book; and hia, words supply a fih illustration lo iho American peopl that the vita! rjus.ition of 130 is, will you stand by lb Con'-litntioh of your fathers! or will you ,.!!ov such fanaticism as this to overturn It f -JJoifon rut- A Kri.iia.i Slot lkii. In the Government t f Taruoff, a rich propriftor, Mr. R -- y, who bad seduced 0110 of bis female serfs, was Vi!!c-1 by hir bclrctli'!, who s'o hi property, by tin axo. Tho murderff will doubtless be eondrmnrd to hard labor lu th mine for life. But, says th Uusslan report r, an independent Jury would probably have discharged lil.ii. At Last iu a case ncaily Imii r the Emperor Nicholas no Gael. It. A proi rUfor.vna entering tho forest with his hoard's for a day's bunting. Mealing a llltl boy wboe father was cutting wood at a (lis tares, the hound barked at him, and th lit tle fellow, picking up a stick, trid to defend himself. Tho proprietor, enraged that this imp of a slave should threatou bis dogs, set them upon him, and iu inatant the boy was torn In pieces. The father, who had seen (his horrible scene, while running to tba help of hi son, foonel nothing remaining but shreds ef fleah ; h rushed upon th proprietor nnJ killed him with a blow of h'a nx. Th mat ter was carried before l!io Emperor Nicholas. He wrote with his own baud Across the re port, "iubakt tnhutrhiii tm.vt to a dog the death of a dog " And be I t in'.d to have ad -added verbally to the Mini 'ter. "In his place I wonld have done tho a.auiu thing." Ia not th assassin f.f Mr. K y very nearly in Ibe una ca 0 ? A Word dftVaralai, No v.n man aught to believe that th way for the emancipation of the American elave lies through iusorroctioti or civil war. Yet ... . a. VI T. we may nun uiaa vups 01 ma auuu uiv.u euhool, who do not hesitate t declare that oibsr pal t.es like thot which Hrown led will be otf'Rii'ii d in fact are beiuj organized f... t,..u.l,,. tka Anutb and rayiriuk! the hor rcrs that a liNiug of th" slave must provoke, iuine llbdpatlt, than whom a nio;e fanatical . ) j . . .. A .. .. ,Hn ti,A 0 , 1 , a r Wll-i M ' ll, "l vw I...... o - - day, dJiiu a pwwoi7 at Ashtabula, Ohio, usel tli following in the course cf a speech uj-oti tho futo of Hu-lett ntil Stevens, veiiB, the last of lirowu'a u.eu who tuflercd the penalty ef the law i "To those f you ara frioti-ln tf the slave driver, I have nothing to buy. My duty is with men whose hearts ar too Iar;e to be siitlocatel by thedu.it raised 1 y pat ly mou niu bdtilts, and whf.ae y xe ia too ate u ly to be Ui.i a'e I by t j glaro of tho falne und fatal splen dor cftlie teapot's Court. Tu I tu-ie cf k".". v to ,11 r.fij t imit-fr ''., '" ""V -' ,;.(: "Ie j,rr jnd; lid ytur ttme ; ere itnj I"' u-itt I emlltl-'' For I tt.i yu, mrs i f Ath'-i'1", at th I'rithyliny vf Jvn llrw n, '' ( ti dialh uf hi titut-; anJ th-it ere 11117 triors ftvo;n iicolir, lht s'.uil be 1 ?. tinker ayu.'fi. Six monihs Infoio the blow at Harper'H i'.rry, I stated that It would be iiial.', and even indicate 1 ly whom; ai.d a.iu, J f.i the tiait i'iiaV a ..' . 11 Mdrmiij tu t t on hui.te in vri t, f .r hit do-itn U ln-nnuiti-e d "As tlall the, and rn t tivr." Money will bo f.uele.i U execute theie plana of 1b- ration. 7'iioco of yt,o. Lo pI rov it may aid it I y j ooi n.n ,. ' l.ultirrw IMmn I'l-ally Klecierl. Lhe M .! ludrs Sews anil Wot-on. in bntli ihink 1I11I the a-prol 1 f lbs retiitns rrteiyed Iruiii the 51 e, iu.li.-i.'e the e'e.tii.n of Lu thsr S li v 011. In M Iwinilise be ran ahead of h a li. ki l, an I in M tdiJoti and other local 1 1 . -a I i . 5 1 hsy I .- 11 in Ihe hnliit of going litt'i-lv lieit.oi 1 atui, he teoeived unexampled in J 1; :-. lu MioiOi-u hit lusj tity f xceedv-l e ghi Im. nli e I At all rvutila, if bo is defi-at-t-l, it Willie by a lnt;;-ly riductd majority. Uise'noinu w.il ir J:i-sln a wholesome i'hatiin in Ihe 1 0:11 1,1 , tie w t of I ha peaj.l ef Wi.-con-a n. Ii.i. 1.1 n, .ial. ly I Ki-ws, and d lei'i'y mi Ie (Ir rnophent (h canvass, was ' .nun Ins Constitution wuh Jadg Ibx- 0. 1 : a ihe .-tHi d .r t hearer, on (he one hall. I, an I N il Ho:., t.pre-oeted by JadgwS own, .11 the flln r " W at pi-epatel, (hen, ( 'K rami its WiBO-insin tip,,,, a Ieinnorli.i ' 1 no I'h - for t'e triumph i.f ;), Union an I h ( ou'tiiutmti r r bo nothing but a Ii. tnoo lah.i lnu!i. h- iin l hope for (Le beat 111 No vell.!. i' C. Ii' I;,.) 7'.'1r1. O-i l'oi -l'y In t tut aleclion wa? brl I - i'itM'iisiu for Chief 'ustieo. Mr. Moan was ib I!, pit ill. an dud., late, find Lulhrr S. I'!t: ti was ihe caiuliilato of the Heinoeraey , Tun Milwaukee Setiliiiel of Jester. lay conduit s -hat Iliioti 1 t-leeUd, while Ibe New of the same day says ; "Judging teem the returns already rreelvtd I'ioiii this Stute, in our ppinlon, Lixoti isei.ct ed C 11 if Jusiico of iheSuprrin Coort of W is coniiin by al least fi.dotl tn.j irtty. Largo lemo( ratio gains ate shown all over the. Hint, while It id bet In very f w Insiuiiee that tba Republican Vo( Iks I eeu nuns ie d " Sr 1. uuii li.yuldit.in 100. T h B ii n i- H ii p ij A , t a kiieettug of an asoeis,tmii 1 rsi t'y In-1 1 la Liverpool, it was ai ed, fin 11 ot'i.iu r -ISmus, that prior to 1IJ Iho Hi r.igw ep.nt uf sugitr from Jainaioa to liof. m l v.ia a x , -it vsn llu u mud tons, and now il h i ll) li ed thirty thousand tons. In Cutoi n.i . -1 0. is forth fame period, from l.uai.a a 10 1 M. latuisonlf, had iuereased Irom 01 hty-( t (housand ! two hundred and forty (housin I tons, and from Rraz'.l theeXpurts for the sitioo period had augmented from Hixty-ilirve ilto.t sand to one hundred and twenty ibnuMitid tons. Ilaytl, whioh formerly exporl-d a large ijuau. tity, now exports nene, aud imports a small pnanlity f r its own eouiumption. Tho sup ply from Mauritius and Ihe East Iudic I slly Increasing. Naw Ohlxans, April Oth Tho mails from from sloop Savannah have urrived. The email pox was raging among Mitainon's troop nt Medil.itt, aud it wa doubled whether he would purest much long er. Thebatijue enplurd by (lie Iudinnobt was the .Maria Conception, t f Ihe marine ex peditton, from Havana. A Mexlnn.-i aohooner was abo taktin, A deottr banishing Auitri caos and coctl-esling their property, hud been piihlished nt Ike Cnpitid. (Jnlte a iiumlsr of impcrtar.t workj ar iu pi ogrcta rf iir.tie by the Uulverslty Oxford fress. Among them ara th aUolaaUaiiosl Histery of John of Iphesas, translated from the original Byrlae , the Aeglo-Norniutt Psaitcr of William the (,'onquerer, a aew Cat ena ou the It. Paul' Kpistle'a, from th worki of th father of the Mediaeval Churohes, and th Philcbusof Tlato, artvised ext and com meutary. Information from Southern Kansas givtt rls to apprhitisUus of aoriou troubl lu Lio and llourbon counties, growing out 0.' alleged violation of th nmotsty act. An ut teiupt rtoanlly trade by tho Deputy Marshal tJ nrrtat Cup ain M ju' joinery, w is tUoulu -1 -ly resisted. Tweuty thousand A aede and Morwegiai: ar reported to be getting in rudinss lo em bark for the United (til a tea early in the coming summer. They will biiug much wealth with them, and what i better, they will bring con firmed habits of morality, Industry and econo my. Tho black Republicans of lb New York Li datura have a bll! before Uiem to "remove tbo rocks nt thn entruno of Hellgate." This shows which way the parly intend to travel rtainly not towaids tha White Hun- TheLitidou Times, in an editorial, admit 11 that the aunaxnt'ou of t-'avoy must bequbt'y allowed, but at tho uamo time announces tha avt as 0110 of spoliation aud wrong, and in principle as bad as a march upon tho Rhine, or a sudlcu attempt en Antwerp. Gea. John Levereax died lately in London. He raise 1 the Irish Legion, an lar Bolivar, engaged In the lacecsuful etrugglo for tu im pendence Ir. Cclnnihta. It is MtiJ that Forr-.t the tragediau, I. as expended over one hundred thousand doll'.rs iu hi frniile ailonipt to free himself from his wifo. Can. Conch. Iut Captain Gcuoral of CubK., ba been killed in Bpuiu in a dual with tin) M 114'. l'i ruula. "Tbelidut f emigration has again set in Htrongly, toward the lienver City gold mii.es, this spring." Ho says i.ufirly every exuhsnf' e take up. TI T.iird district of flew Orletrti ia trouv ( 1 with xiio ral id canine. Ucarcely a o'a pusses without the tcrribleory of "mad dog!" There at on bundrd and eixty-flvsj sol dier of the I'.evolation atill living. TL yoiiugest vt them I e:ghl-uiuti year (' L Tho Prince tf V.Ve intends to marry the Prince Alexandria, of ltu-.i t, hi couaiu These (luolj hs cannot luavo th family. Old Mi. LivAti ; muling a good thing out of the (niit(yr Jout uf her huabaiid. liesi.b-a the matctial aid t.t'esdy advuneed by the fa -natio of Nt (Jngl tnd, the eijuully fooliah ue gtoea of Hayti hay now contribute 1 a th"i end dollii j f.'f ber benefit. i 1 it Aaa Xs 1 a' TWJarvT 'SP( 5 '