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v- XnTkrUbly is Adraces
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X MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fOBIIfiaiRI., AKD PEOJUIIIOBl
' CT Offie lot. 86, St und 40, Vorth Sigh Bt
TtBM KTVlMlBLt M ADVANOl.t 1.
- l By tH6 Carrier, pr wttk, Mnn. J
frl-WMklf ' I 00 Mtmr,
WwXiy, . . , 1 00 '
-a !! i t t. -j ' : c f. ..'I '. v..
urmi at Advartlalnff by ! Sqmra.
On MUN S k. . 14 00
0n . M V nobtb 18 00
) : 6auDth U 00
3m , m Mmontht 10 00
-)ne 8 month 8 08
'3m H Inoatta; 4 00
On . SwmIu.. a DO
On . . " lak... 175
On , " Sdayi.,, 1 00
On " dT ... 7i
On " 1 lnrUon M
Diiplajea UrrtiMuaU bmlf mon Ihu tht aba
A4riUMinnU letdod and p1icd Id lb oloma 0(
ttnerim nalloei," aovoit tut oramary ram.
All notice required to be pnbllihedby lw, lepilnt.
If ordered en Oielnildeexeliulreljr ftr tbflritwek
- par cent, nor than the bor nt; bat all (nob wil
iDuetr In tlia Trl-Weklvwltbontebnt. . '
, PuilneiKOarda, not exceeding flTtllnW, per year, B
r ue, xovper una; onttitia
N otlcea of meeting, charitable! oeletlei, fir tompaalM,
Jio., half price.
All It uiwitiU advtrtUmmtt mtui U paid for M
1'lviiiun Tie rnle will not be Trloi from.
Weekly, tame price aath Dally, beriba4vrtlMr
i ath Waikly alone. Where Dally and Weakly
re both need, then the charge Ur lb Weakly will b
a ilf the rate of the Dally ,
- No adrerttaement taken x eept for a definite period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
' ' Crner Sprln; it Wter Bt:t !-
w. b. : posrd & obi,
And Hanuractnrar of Uraaa and Oomporitlon Outing,
VlnulKd llraa Work of all Daaorlptlon.
Electro ' Plating and Gilding ! !
STENCIL CUTTINC, C.
' . F. A.- B.- BnHXllI8,
Attorney at XjA'W
. ., 1 AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
0d1c-Aub it Bnlldlng, oppoilte Capitol gqoar. '
. . OOIjUMBTTS - ,
Machine Manufacturing Company
r i3S; fr
" STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS.
- . CutlBgt, XUl-eMrini, lUehlntry.' '
it ..r.i : :i or'imr vnournoR.'- ' ':& j
"; - ' ' - ooiiTjnBcs ohio.
CHaS. AMB08, BnpH. . ' - ri'F. AH BObUTraM. j
.... dMlUUUa-tf i. i.- i 1 i. ..rt
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Ciacinn tl, Dayton Indianapolii!
'i Through to ludiaDaoolil witbost Cbang of Cam
" 'tuibnt On Change of Can between , i
- '. Cotaabw aa4 Sil Loolt. . - t
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
; , . . , .. ... ...BUS. ... -., .-A
(Dally, Monday, axoapled. 7
SIGHT BXPRK8S, eiaJ
9 narton, aa m,mwy
yton, at 9M a. B..ltop-
ii i ii.. j ij ii
nh at London. Xenia, Dayton, Ulddlatowa aad iUmlt-
..i.ir,.trlnilnntl at 8.20 a. m.i Dantoa. at 3; to
a. mUdUnopolUat J0; a,a.jkV ,Uulatll:a0
" . I" ' bec6nd'.train,;,.1 !: : :
ArnOMMOD ATTOlf , at 6:10 a. Dm (topping
rat all Bt
Don i btwen Oolombat and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
' rlrtnr at Cincinnati 11:03 a. m., Dayton at 9:13 a.
a a. m..
Indlanopoltoaf 8;S8p. m. " J
v ., t,-. ,., , ininv AtvuiM .. ;
DAT UXPBKBS.at 8 JO p. a., atopplng at Alton,
Jetferaon, London, Charleeton, Cedarrill, vXealav,
Spring Valley, Oorwln, Horrow,NDrflld, foater'a.
Lore land, ailllfordaad Plalnalll, arrtrtag at Oindn-
. natl at 7:S0 p. n.l St. Loolt at 13 m; Dayton at 6 36 p.
m.( IlarjopolUatW:38p. m. i . i
L -II !. -i-i-a '"I '-mmtm I'-Hi Ji.-t ' '.' 1
mi)bIbT Oar all "Jlrht Tralaa ta
Ciaclnnall anal IndUnapella. ;
: BAGGAGE ; CHECKED ;. inHOlIOHi
tot farther tefonnatioa and Throagh Ticket, apply to
' '.' ail.L.a tT.ll lianat 1nltl-nKrta Ahllk.
,' fieket limL Cnltn Denot. Oalambn. I
. '-. . :.., .. M. W. W00DWAKD, i
. i , . i . i ., . Superintendent, Olnolnnati,
. r .. u. JM0, W. DOnSilTI
. v. .-.I. t (; ,i.t,.i1 b... aii 'U.sl'i
JiOVT ARD & OO'O.
'5 AMERICAN :TOClIEi
" piAL.Ii AT nw. as wu a ti mun a
-W aad oaamln our aew make oi . .--'
: AMERICAN WATCHES, ;
1 nr,nf-tnrl b 1. HOWARD It CO.. Boaton. afaai
', Shea Watoha ar far aapertor to anything r offered
" to th pabllo, keretofure. fiaving th xo1b1t aaenoy,
r I aan Mil them at prlae t uit lb tin. . i hut
a , teoetTfd a larg tpcot v.ii.tj . -. ;n..j -.4
AMERIpAN, WATCHES, "j.
v;1 maaafaDtaredby' APrtKTOWtTBAOfj, c CO ) alio, 4
naaortmntoi - - '
V KHOURB ABIB SWISS UTATCBES,
i--'' v h, Sold and SllTerOatei, at Panic prion. j
... jant .- ' .--' W. J. aATAOt..
4aa nr. Cii uHEEii ana aiL.AU.
" lW TKAI l()Or(ri prim Rl Cone. -
H i kaM nwlM OflffM. i i. i--. I-
' i ft oObbla, (tandard Whit lagart, coettaHng ef PoW'
" ' ' i dred.ohrnthed, HrasaiatM A ana a uoae
60qlnule0rge Bank Oedflab.- -
BObbla. ate and M. I Mackerel. l! " '
. 5 to. Plok Salmati. i ' ' " '
. i tOOnt. taf BaMtna." . i:. -'
(VObf. boxdo do ..... " u ' n
' 10O,r-ho do" -i c.... -:.i.rc-. :
J i 10O U Olgan, different brand, and rrade.' 1
o BTi7' - . wil. HuDONAtO.
, t.Aad Blank-Bock llannXiiitarct,"!
,. ..FORTH BIOH bTROT, COLTHEBUJ, OHIO
, ataill-dlX j j , , , , .t. vi i- 4.-.V-,u.,Tf
1o FAAlIIiY fMUJia.v.i.t,
tiWni VUEATf BBAKDKB
. ,f'8NO "WlPli Alt JB3
: from " BarnaU Mill," Bprtngfleld, O. tb twit brand of
v Iloar amurht to OOT aurkat. aanaraononj guaranieea
u J-oreaM taly a - i awpwoawro, -
104 loath High I
All 1m and oln Jt opmed at ' BAib i
d.nT.T . ' Ho.WBoaOiDighftwal,
' i .1 .' A .ilT-.-.L-f t. V
' STOME'8 BAZAAR. J
- '..'. .,T I' hmb-'C !.. ,,s . M..
3So. 4;".Qwviiii6 ' Block
: A 'R STONE & O'HARRA .'
TIB OO0D8, and lnrlt tk pabll to lnapoat
theaa.-, Mo loch atock of flood ha erer bean bronght to
thla market. Ta loath, In eonaeqnooc of the failar
of h grain crop, baa not bee able to parcbaaa ta a
al.aantlty of rlebgovd. and tbi fact baa foroed to
InporUr to U them at pabllo aactlon. , Oar bay at
(Mr. Eton) being In Hew York at thee larg !, took
adrantag of them, and w can and will Mil' oar fd
bar, at ) thaa aor on wh DBrohand tw waekaalno.
paid for Ikni In Maw fork Oar (lock i toaplet t
Try piMBt aa - , --,, , . ..,- .;! ,,
ELEGANT DRE33 SILK9,
OTTOMAN VELOURS, -.' 4 ; .
BROCHE VALENCIA8, i u r...
'' PRINTED MERINOS, - U
' ' PRINTED COBUROS,
' ": i..- DYED COBUOS;
BLACK ALPACAS,'1 .
1 ORLEANS, ' ' '' '
' ' V ' FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
' ALL WOOL DELAINES, i
. . . , POPLlNSr PRINTS,
- 6 1 ' ' ' DELAINES.
SHAWLS AtlD CLOAKS!
- Five Thausand Dollars Worth .
Bought in One Day, ' 2 ;
At half the Ct f Inay)ttatli.
In all Varletlea, il tbe Celebrated
inaanfatare mt C. C. Can '
tbere ion. 1
' HOSIERY ' PEPARTMENT
IIn'(,IidI aad Children' Under Bhlrt and Prawara;
Lad lee, Mi and Children' Hoalery of til kind, In
Wool and Lamb Wool; fleecy Lined and OottonOlaTce
of wftry aaak. .- -i .....'
A cemplete Mtortment of all the uau&I rarie
Ueiof i r-
LADIES' CLOTHS, - 1 ; ' '
' . OVERCOATINGS,
' , TWEEDS,
r . RIBBONS,
T ' - ' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladiei and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand
To ceraona who call ea ., eupladg aarworda to
how thaa tb largeat, beat and oheapeat atock of flood
Tr eea lathi Market, or pay bam on dollar pet
aeainiyntavuw. - - i .i pwnai m v ixa.
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.
23 & 25 PARE PLACE,
.20ft 22 HUBS AY STREET,;
-v' . IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF , j
. . Foreign ; and ! Domestic ; i
D R Y, ; GO O DS
.' for cash or approved credit.
W ar opening, at onr ample wareroonu, at Iba aber
aauabar, aska of Oood la aeh of tb ail department
of oar boatnee. as parlor to anytbln; W bar b.raUifor
axhlMledto lhtrad. , t, . a .' , ,:
; ; CtiOTH :DEPARTMIIIIT. j
Thli ha grows to 1U present Bmgn(fnd aodr th
tharooih maaananat at a iayr of long Krlno and
acknowledged cowl Ual. W keep utrnulT Una of
lb Aneet aad eboleaat , T , ij .. 0 '
. JU. . ... til t -V,,... v-.i
To be foand In the market, all lld with th aloaat
dlaerlalaailoa. - A too, ail grade, eeUraaai Talatlea of;
BROADCLOTHS, ... . .
. . i LADIES' CL0AINNG3, ;
f ARMIES' and MXB0HAMTB' 0 A83IaUR, .. :
KI5TTJCKT JIANS, from X to oant pnyard
TWIIDS, 12X to U nti pr yard laat year gold at
.. , : MtoSO; f. , .. !
PRINTID tATINlIS,'at U eaatt; , . '. '
Andther GoU trrttpcndinglt Ltu., i
atanoheitct D Lain,
Bamllton , , do. ,;
Bembaaineiu ,:. :
: Printed Oballla, ,
Uancheatef Oinghaat, ,
Olaagow " ' do.
Clinton" '1 do.' -i
Ottemaa OloOu, . ';
AndiluNmStketSifUef i ,
FANCY SPRING COODS.
American '' do. 1
Dnnnall'l 'do. ,
BaglUh ' . do..
ftark ' '
Atlantlo A. Sheeting,
: Amoekeag . i do.
, Appletoa a " do..
Breratt - .do.
tathrop i . .a., do.
Bhawmnt , '.. do.
iiPHni , 1."'l I
'COca, Ao., , - do.
t All find iWld&t.f
BtiAoniD ittiBtiuas ' iin stuitinqs. .
Wanratt, i J' wight, - ' ' ; Uwme,
Lonadal, ereatfalla, i ' -u! Maomkeag,
HUI, .i , t v Walthaa, . Boott, , a
Mew Tork Mill, fco.,Ao. . ,
SlUmS AND. MANTELAS,
. , .. A LAkOI AKQ gtUOT AaSOATMWT.
COTTON ADIS a great rarlety. :. -.r -, " v
CI1B0K8 ' do. . .
TICKINGS U th leading brand. "
DINIMS J : do.' - do. 4
SUIRTINd lt&IPXBall th leading brand. . .
HANKBKN8 do. 7 do.
ooaaaJBAM ' ' do. ' " ' ."
MORRUNa b.'o. i ''do. '
JrAMAaBJ,: PAPBR CAMBRICS, C0L0RI0
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
WHITS GOODS, ,:i )'-'riini I
' :' ! rt-j , HOBIEETi - .'.:!
Gentlemen's iFiiriiisHcg Goods,'
- (yMBRELLAS AND tARASOtii1; i
CARPETS AND OIl,CLOTnB, ' !
And a gnat Variety of Oood not Dnmratd-li
WDICBW picag arm w aeu uw luwwe amaraa
nrrtat ' I h latgat ptlk at fro 18 to 10 par oent. I
Uiaa but jar u) r j:::.: !:t :i! Ml Jr: r.l
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO,
U i SO
I .;,'(?-. ,,.Irisli. linen .Goodi
VY , Linen Bhlrt Bcaom Plain end fancy
" Bblrting and Boeom Linena.
Huea hetlngnd Pillow OtalngJ. -
V i.o .. 4 Adaen OambtisianA Lost Lawn,
i in ,.(.. I. .,,-Linen Pooket andkr(a, all alae
: u''J ' !"i 'L1"" Towlllrgandpiepn.
. , .mn nixto ana u uyoe. " -
"' IlnnTbi Olouumnd bAlin Damaek.1 1 i''"l
i.. IiifenTow.:iawtraolore4rder. ' : .
Ho-kiiKjoTerlnr.udOrah. , 1
t.Ml. a, Ua. "
! t,1 f".-'l""ln''.-
: 't ! JIO.M toavi& Bbih trt
BOOK AND JTOD
. PRINTING E9TABU3BMENT,;
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I'' . '"fi' '1 4 . ,I ,.i ; ' I'll II
4 :t ' . ' . ' r
BaTlog Incraaaed lt alrtady
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, , . la rally prprd p anoat In tk
j ' ' i- . - j ; , - "
MOST BLABOE ATE MANNEB,
-:' - 'ti !
; , IKTTS8 HEADS,
. UtflAt BUSKS, '
; DRAT BICSHTI,
. H0, "
And rrery deaerlpUon of
LETTEB PBES9 PBIITTING,
Iqaal to any XitabUibatut Ja th Stat, and cpoa
Urmi which will oompar faTorably with Ut i
leading Saltern Printing Hotuet,
Having rrcry Xladlity to aid ' Vm
in TBI imoDoonoN r
now ;oabds, ,
W off nr eerrlce to an who Day daalx that date
' ! eoiiMcUd with our XaiaUIahatat a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
from which v ptodao lh
TPlsxeaat . XSIaxiIs. , Work
AND TBI V0IT
TOPERS BAH ROAD BLASE BOOKS.
ij ,' . I j , V !
'yOT!& E S TA BLISHMENT.
.i - i
I AdmltUd to b
j i i .
TIIEJ T A.TtGHI2QT
li .i ow !'"! v 'I '" "
fn MOST .
COMPLETE K FACILITIES,
IJ 0,t',J 1ii.'lil vj.1. t w-i-v , . . i. '
irfjiw ti' rr On fc i i . ' t i 'L1 oi.'l
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PERFECT Ilf ORGANIZATION
Jim ! -;'aoi .. ! .-. .. '
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,i . In thla CKjr , and wa nay add.1 .v.'
.. -' f ,'r. ?i' a v.'-.; 1 1 hi'y.i.j'. :'
. . ..v-f . 'I.'' .. . . .ft .'t'l-i' ;
we WILL- Favorably compare
.1 re 71"U !iri'i r ; ; .'. "'-i
1 1 , , 1 1
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" WITH AXT
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Printing iTonse In tb treat.'
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. ,. t,ti L.JIICJXAllD NEVDfB,
,1 It' r ' ' ' V.i.
Gents Linen Shirt Collars.
Of BP PISH tOB T)AItTTIie; OAlta
BOta, Baaadfai, Byron, Ptralmay, Benfrew and
Tie. Bteok. BtrM
trMt.and Bwnlaf OIre,Htf Uonf
Very klod, Under Carman ta and all kind of ftenta' far
niaaiag wooo in reat variety and at moderate pilot.
I vi,.,.i ...5 ..I,,,.,...,,. . (AIM a BON, ,
febn . . v'. . 'IVa.SaBokthHIghitrwt.
r AA,TAai k i a a.Ati Bit r ri
at elegant aaltU sot Ldii el. fciitW Mlttg
i"". varivnv svi.t j).;iti i v.w .AA4 a,
, Jll.Ml I
' Dally. Prmr.'.A..iivi!"'
f s oe
....... 3 00
Tri-Weekly, per ?ier. !.'... ...
) Wkly. paiat r4i
[From the Boston Courier.]
The Territory of Dacotah.
. - W
Tha Terrltor of DaCoUh, in whloh'a tempo ra
re orniirieQl wu eaubluhad by an tot of the
laat CoDgreaa, Ilea batwacn the Britiih domin
ion on the north, the States of Mlnneaota and
Iaa-ann the aaat. the larntofT of WeDraikaon
the tooth, end the Rocky Mountains, the State
of Oregon and Territory oi v uniogton oo ue
waat. It lit Teat territory, amoracinj an area
of goffloient extent, and, perbapt, of aoffl-
olent rarlety and,opaoitTor toll, tor bait a dozen
Urge Statee.1 The Red Rivef of the North la
the bouodary between the new Territory end
Mlnneaota, end the MieaourlNiobrare or Ron
nlog Water, and the Kehe Paha or Turtle Hill
Rivera are on Ibe Southern boundary. -There
are other ooplont stream within the limit of
the Territory, whloh water the country and af
ford very conaiderable extent of barlgatlon
Amoag theae are the Mouse and Pembina Riv
ers, In Ibe northerly part, the Sbayenne in the
middle, end tbe Jaqcues (the name of whiob is,
aufottunately, as we think, changed (o Daootah
by the organic aot of tbe new Territory,) .the
Big Sioux, tbe Vermilion, and tbe bead wat
ers of tbs St. Peter's. Tbe lakes and ponds of
tbe country are likewise numerous .
Tbs Red River of the North is a grand fea
ture of tbe oeuntry. It rise in Elbow Like, in
Mianetota, and flows southerly distance of
fifty miles or more, where It Is met by tbe wa
ters of blr Stone Lake, and thence its course is
northerly to the British boundary line, crossing
whlob.it empties into Like winnicee, wuioii
eonneotswitb Hudson's Bay by Nelson River
It is a maggy ana siaggisa stream, bni is navi
gable for boats of three feet draft for four
months In the year to the extent of perhaps four
hundred miles before it reaobes tbe British ter
ritory. 1 Its tributaries ars numeroua and copi
ous, abounding with game, and skirted with
beautiful foliage and floe groves of timber. Tbs
valley is rioh throughout almost Its whole ex
tent. Notwithstanding its high latitude, the
climate, In Its more northerly parts even, is sa
lubrious. Ths settlements at present are chief
ly within tbe British dominions, but, within a
favrveare. thev have been raDidlv extendina
southerly, wltbin the limits of Minnesota and
wbatisnow JJecottb. -
The whole population of the valley Is esti
mated et ; twenty-five thousand mostly half
breeds, although tbere are many English, Scotch
and French farmers of the first elass. Tbe prin
cipal British settlement Is about seventy miles
north of Pembina (tbe American settlement oa
tbe line), and lies On both sides of tbe river,
with a population of 10,000. The settlement
was founded by tbe Hudson's Bay Company, and
now numbers many persons of cultiratioq And
wealth. The fur traffia is the principal business.
Buffaloes still feed on the western bank ot the
river, and great numbers are taken by profession
al hunters, in the summer and autumn, and in the
winter the smaller1 furs are procured. It has
bsen estimated that upwards of t200,000 worth
of furs have been annually taken from our side
or tbe line, and sold to tbe Hudson's Biy Com
pany. Tbe British subjects, nowever, are turn
ing tbalr attention south, and Minnesota has
derived eonsiderebie advanttge from tbelr trade.
They raise cattle, homes and sheep i and laat
year a thousand Red River carts esme down
from Selkirk, loaded with produce of ths coun
try, and with money and furs to purchase sup
plies from onr traders. - These carta ars peculi
ar, being; pnt together without a particle of iron.
and drawa by one horse", or a slngleoitbey are
wen aaaptea to prairie traveling, ana are driven
frequently thirty days' journey to the nearest
market town. Jne extensive and fertile valley
of the Red River of the North will present
strong; bdusements for Immigration, and the
hlme is not far distant, probably, when those
cart will give way to the railroad cars. ,
i ds nig ' eioux mver is a triDutary ot too
Missouri, into whloh It empties alter a south
erly course of about two hundred miles through
beaniiruiana rertue country, 'ineuacotab
is also a tributary of the Miuouri. I It takes its
rise on the plateau of tbe Missouri, beyond the
parallel of 47 degrees north, and empties Into
tbe Missouri osiow ea degrees, it is naviga
ble with bunting canoes for a distance of nearly j
six hundred miles. Its shores are tolerably well
wooded at Intervals. It occasionally widens in
to lakes, at which points mr.ny eligible situ'
Hons for farms are found. M. Nloollet says of
the Immense prairie watered by tbe Daootah,
that "it has been deemed by all the travelers to
those distant regions as perhaps ths most beau
tiful within tbe territory cf the United States."
The Sharenoe, which rises In a small lake near
Mlnnlwekan, or Devil's' Lake, In the north part
of the territory, and baa a course of nearly three
hundred miles, is an afllaent of the Red River.
It is A finely wooded stream, and has a fertile
valley. The Missouri traverses almost ths whole
breadth' of (be Territory, In Its western part.
Tbe valley of the Missouri is narrow, ana tbs
bluffs which border upon it are abrupt and nigh,
Tbe country in its vicinity is well adapted to
agriculture, auu we uiuuai i Baiuorious.
U the miaaie ana .sortbern parts of tbe Ton
tltory Is an extensive plain, or plateau, whieh
?;oes by toe name 01 -uoreaa des mines," . it
let between tbe 43d and 46th parallels, and is
about 300 miles long. - The eoteau itself la iso
lated, in tbs midst or boundless and fertile
prairies, extending to the west, to tbe north, and
into the valley oi toe or. reter's. it is describ
ed as a beautiful tract oi land, diversified bv
hills, dale, woodlands, and lakes the latter
abounding In fish. From lm summit, proceed
ing from Its western to Its eastern limits, grand
Views are obtained. " M. Nicollet,1 whom we
have already quoted, saysr "At its eastern
border, particularly, the prospect is magnifloeot
beyond description, extending over the im
mense green turf that forms the basin of tbe
Red River or tbe Nortbi the forest canoed sum
mits of the hauteurt or errs that surround tbs
sources of the Mississippi, tbe granite valley of
tne upper di. retrr s, ana tne depressions oi
whloh are Laks Traverse and th Biir Stone
lake. J There can be no doubt that in future
times this region will be the summer resort of
the weaitny or toe land." " :v - .
These are some or tne aeotrrsnbical features
of th new Territory of Daootab. ' Tbe country
la yet but Imperfectly explored; bat there is no
doubt that it contains tbs elements of an im
portant Stat. The climate, In such a high
nortnern tautuae, must oe severe. .Tb mean
temperature of January, in th observations of
On year, was 13 degrees below serp) the hottest
day In Joly, 9B above, and tb mean tempera
lure oi juom auu juit vj boots, vre nave DO
data t enable us to speak of the number or
character ol the present population, The Indi
ans, called Dsootahs, which means a united or
allied people, are numerous and powsrtul, em
oraoing several Dana unaer toe general name
of Sioux.- Tbs government has agenoles amone
them; but will no doubt bs compelled by the
advance of olvllisatlon to possess itself of their
lands, and pursue its general policy of settling
thm nmn raaA.vaf.1nna. ' 1 i" - - I ' i .
"-" "I-- . , ..,,( , i ....
Save lb N? Y. Saauii Timet "Women kill
themselves for want of love, an4 men for want
of money, usually. . Women: go In for love and
diamonds,, and men tor dollars, dogs, horses
and a wide licentiousness-. The wife who pols
oned herself in Forsyth street, the other night,
because she found another woman's gloves
her husband's pocket, was a specimen of her
ex audita impulse. ,Th ttfcrefritr who slsw
himself about tb same time, because he could
not ray a board bill, wu a specimen of bis.
And yet those gloves may have ooaae Innoosnt-
lyeooogo. into in pooxet or one party, and
good salary had already been procured, without
his knowledge, wr tns other,.'; . t: mi0
in; i 1 " 111 1
. -VVhen a young lady hsmshandkarohlefs for
tioa beobsior, sb probably ssws that she) nay
A New Type Setter—Willis Describes Wonderful
r . . . .. j
,; Willis, in bis last letter to the 1
saya tb maobio "to insert a pig at oa end
itnd grind out sausages at the other," 1 really
"slow" to comparison With tbo asw Invention
for setting types a visit to which was the ob-
jeot of one of bit recent walks in Nsw York:,
Alden's type tetter not only ean set types a
fast ae eight men, bnt distributes, or restores
to their plaees, tbe teme amount by tbe seme
process an aMO-reeusarafiea 0 euuay,. which
it is wondrous to bslieve (for an editor, at least)
may be a possible principle ia Nature 1 1 , 1 .
Tbo type-setter is worked like a piano, by
olatine on keys tbe mere touob on tbe key,
lot lb letter a, for instance, being instead of
the old fashion of taking np that letter with tbe
Sogers, turning it right end np and right side
front, and putti&g it into ths line, to be adjusted
with speoee.' It is a revolving table of brass
tbe machine worked by th smallest steam
power, ; and the cost is about fifteen hundred
dollars. It would "elear itself," of course, by
tbe saving of labor, to say nothing of the accel
eration of work to which spaed Is so necessary
in a very short time . Without going, into
particular description of tbe machinery, 1 may
sav, as one Who baa been a weUtaaeht tvpe-aet-
ter . h'mseil, that it seemed to me as ' tne 1000-
motlv , seems to the stage-driver, or as the
steamboat to the paddler of the canoe an im
possible desideratum brought miraculously to
pass. 1 .:; i.i ; - 'j I . i 1 ' 1
rernape tbe most curiously ingenious part 01
tbe iavention is that which eirea lbs composit
or a ebanoe to scratch bis head or indulge in a
revery, apeak to bis friend or light bis cigar,
mend tb grammar or criticise tbe "copy" ob
viatiog, that is to say, the neoessity of rigidly
keeping up with the unvarying steam propulsion
of the n-aebloe. Tbis U done by a register-
wheel, which makes signals for Ue letters be
fore they are taken, and whloh will allow as
many as sixty to accumulate before they are dis
posed ol, with no falndranoe to th sotion of
tbe machinery. Could anything bt more Ilk a
brain turned Into brass 7
Tbe inventor ol this wonderful affair. Tim
othy Alden, was a practical printer; and to it be
devoted twenty years, dying, when be bad at
at last perfected it his brain and nerves giv
ing way to tbe disease of over-concentration of
thought and will. How many men are victims,
In these "fast days," to thla kind of overtask
ing! Yet Alden lived enough of a life, if
measured by benefit to bis race. What were
the eventless centuries of Methuselah, (as a
good to the world,) in comparison with the
twenty-year invention of this Massachusetts
type setter? t ; ,
A Short Clergyman.
A few miles below Poughkeepalo, N. Y.,
there now lives, and ha lived for several years
past, a worthy clergyman, a ma, however, very
abort In atature. tTpon a certain Sunday, about
eight years ago, this clergyman was Invited by
tbe pastor of a church in that village to fill bis
pulpit for the day. The Invitation was accept
ed, and Sunday morning saw Mr. In the
pulpit. Now, it happened that the pulpit wu a
very high one, and accordingly nearly hid the
poor little clergyman from view, . However, tbe
congregation, out of respect, managed to keep
their oountenances, and, with over' pious faces,
seemed religiously anxious for tbe text. They
were not obliged to 'wait lone, for bos and
two little eyes suddenly appeared over th top of
tbe pulpit, ana a squeaking, tremulous voice
proolaimed in nasal tones the text ; t
. .Beof good cheer; It I I-tanotafraidl'.
1 A general roar of laughter followed the an
nouncement tbe elergymaa became confuted,
and turned all sort of solors. Many, In tbe
general vproar, left the. church 1. and it wu
long time before .th tninlster wu enabled to
proceed with the sermon, so abruptly broken
OU. 1 1- 1 i vJ ' O I.' ' 1. ) 1 l
Afternoon came and tb little man, standing
on a footstool, bad a lair view 01 bis audi an ee.
Tb text was announced la da formi .
'A llttl while ye thall ee m. tad nln a llttl
wniiaBO)inatBoiiem.- . .
In th course of his sermon ba repeated bis
text with great earnestness, and. stepping back,
lost bis elevated tooting and disappeared from
his hearers! The effect may be more readily
imagined than described. 1 , v ;, t- , ..t i
A Proper Reference.
1 '. . I it' ill.. .. ,
In th Wisconsin Legislator th other day,
Mr. Keogb, Democrat, introdueed th following
preamble and resolution, which 'Were referred
to th oommitte on "Bwamps ana uvetnowea
Land:" ' ') . -v h,
Wataias, Reliable ir'ormation has been e
ceived tbat the new Cabinet at Washington have,
to prevent civil war, and, if possible, one more
cement tbe two sections of tn country, ordsrsd
tuc wvauuaiiuu ut fvra vuiutor, avuu, 1
WHtaiAS, Som "blood and thundr gentle
men" have taken ocoasion to denounce th ex
President and bis Cabinet as traitors, because
tbey did not Immadiately send tb force of the
United States to retake tb fort, and thereby
invoiv to country in a sanguinary and bloody
war; therefore, - - -
Reulvtd, Tbat the aoMon of th new Cabinet,
althoogh exhibiting a spirit of eoncessloa and
compromise greater than tbat of their predece
tors, is thus tar entitled to tn sympathy and
support of all true lovers of th Union . 1
Tb Milwaukee frtu ot Ntwt thinks tb
refereno of th above to the committee on
"Swamp and Overflowed Lands" u"emlnently
nt to be made," u K is now generally ooneeded
tbat tb Republican party 1 "swamped" and
mgniuaiiy "ovetnowea." v ' -
CSd Vl ; ( - . i .- a iu w - w . i . . ' t ' ' '
A Mighty River.
Th Amaton, in South America, th largeat
river ia th world, ba au area of drainage
nearly three time as larg as tbat of all the
rivers or Europe mat empty tnemseives into tbe
Atlantlo, Tbis plain I covered with a dense
forest, through whloh the only paths are tbos
made by th river and it tributaries. - This for
est la literally Impenetrable.. Humboldt
marks tbat two minion stations might b only
a few miles spart, and yet tb resident would
reqnir a day ana nair to visit each otber,
along th windings of small streams. The wild
animals themselves get involved In such im
penetrable masse of wood (even the jaguar,)
tbat tbey live tor a long time in tn trees, a
terror to the monkeys, whose dominions thev
have Invaded. The trees measure from eiht
to twelve feet la diameter, and the Intervals ar
occupied by shrub-like plants, which here, In
these tronioai regions, oecom arooreseent.
Tha Amazon la navigable for UUU mllermm
the ocean: it Is nearlf 100 miles wide at It
month, in som places bull feet deep; and Its
torrent prelects, as It were; into th ocean more
than SOU miles, perceptibly altering Its waters
at tbis distance irom too American snore '
A aentlemta recently removed cn aeoount oi
his Stat right Aismooracy wa met and con
doled with by a sympathising friend oa the loss
ef bis offia of Examiner of Patents. H r
Dliad to his friend. "Do not oommtaerat. me.
but rather rejoice that I have bee found worthy
to be atruok at for my principles.. Yesterday
waa a Am; to day i am made a epartaa "
Tb truth is, avsry tru Le at coral should re
sign under this administration, or If he hold hia
poution till removea.it anouia o Bern witn nag
haunted beror to eyes ot this seottonai part;
riLhont enmnromislng a single m in aid. . Self
respect rrquires thla at tbcliand of vryoa
...Trae principle ar eternal, but Llnoolntsm
a merely temporary affair that will dl and with
er before the sua it troth. -If a Democrat is so
unfortunate est be verlooke4 by tb remov
tog power, ha should mourn tbat b is so n
alenlfloant u not to have been noticed. , v . I v
: ilepublioanism ia not constitutional, ia not
national; to ser under It by Urn sarvbig,
to ssll one's seir to ta davll for a steal ef pot
tag. rfatWuylea Sltt aJ Val$n j
1 Ksir?.'Uj i,1 a lo '.'..:m9 i'ii7'i
Interesting Reminiscence of Robert Fulton.
7 A writer in a Buffalo (N. Y.j pipe relate
tb following: ' ;
8om twenty years since, more or less, I
formed the acquaintance, on a steamboat on,the
Hadson rl rer, of a eentlemaa who on (bat 00-
oaaion related to me some incidents of tb first
voyag of Fulton to Albany, in bis steamboat,
in utmonr, which I bad never met with els
where.' ' 1
"I chanced." said mv narrator, "to be at Al-
nany, on Dullness, when ruitoo arrived tbere in
bis nnbeard of craft, which everybody felt so
much interested In seeing. ' Being rsidy to
leave, and bearine: that hia craft was to return
to New York, I repaired onboard andjinqulred
1 or ir. ration. 1 was referred to toe cabin,,
and there found a nlaln. ontImanl man.
wholly alone, and engaged In writing.
wr. ruitoo, 1 presume 1
"Yes, sir." .
"Do you return to New York In this boat!"
"We shall try to go back, sir."
"Can I have a passage down?" ' '
"You oan take your chance with us, sir."
I ibqdlred tbe amount to be paid, and after a
moment's hesitation, a sum, I think $0, was
named. Tbe amount in coin I laid in hia on en
band, and with eve fixed unon it be remained ao
long motionless that I supposed there might be
ome miciunr,ana said to mm "ia tnat right,
Sir7" Tbis aroused him at from a reverie, and
as he looked up at me the big tear was brim
ming In his eye, and bis voice faltered as be
said, "Excuse me, sir; but memory was busy
as I contemplated this, the 'first pecuniary re
ward I have ever received for all mv exertlona
In adapting steam to navigation. I would glad
ly commemorate the event over 11 bottle of wine
with you, but I really am too noor. even for tbat. i
juat now; yet I trust w may meet again when
toi win not os so " .-.I'll
Tbe voteee to New York waa aucccMful. a
all know, and terminated without accident.
D A I Ij "5T
KNAPP & CO'S,
119 South High Street, !
CAKADI1B & US IT ED SXATE3 KAIL
to and rttora
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec, ,
. v : and I
N14 W '.. YORK.
h Montreal Ooaan tteamahip Oompanv' ant-el
fnll.nowredUlvd-atlt Bteanwn sail averv Mata
Strata' from PORTLAND, carrying lb Canadian and
Unite Stat Mail ana passenger.
NOBWaOfAM. - FORTH AnlRIOAN,
BOHEMIAN, ., ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN, - ; .
OAN ASIAN, , . MOVAB0OT1AH.
Sharteat, ChpBt anelQalckeatCaa-
vvyaaaavw ireia -
AMESICA 'TO AU PAST! Of ITJBOPI
Rateas of Passsa to Bnropa,
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Weaaeadar
and from QUKBEO every Satarday . ealliog at
LONlXINUKUtll, to reoeireon ooaraan mum aiaiiaana
hanMn. to and froaa Ireland and Seotland.
lrrTlie Steamer ar nana oi uva. id waiersifui
oomparlnMnts, carry each an experienced Sargeon, and
gm,y attanUOB SB W1U w Hwtu.,vi,u.iHMnam.
hm of naaaenaer. At tbej prooeed dlrtct to LON DON.
PKRV, the git flak nA delay f calling et it. John'
I avaMea, i
Olaagow peBgr are furnished with ret peaaaj
tleket to tad frota Londonderry.
Raiara tiokal craoted at red need late. !
OertlScat lamed for oarrrlnt to aad brlnainarat naa.
senirera fnw all th priadual town of Oraat Brltala and
Ireland, at redaed rate, by thla line bt at camera, and
by th WABI1INUI0N LIN I Of aAILXNO f AOKBIS,
ksavlng Unrpool rry weea. . (
Blfht Draft fa (laaa aawavd way
aal tat Kalaa
li li :
iatial ar Vala. . t
TerMaaage, Mily a tk OBe. Bt tVHWtl.
WAf.Niw Varli, aa i VVaTA-u sr.,
Teraaaaair, Mily a th OO. et HAB.
a.tverpaa -, )
. lAEST It tXAlU, irsasral ifsnta,
Or to- . R. ARKSTRCHC. j
olO-lydfcW , ' Btateeaun Omae. Columhaa. Ohio.
rtOLEK ttlLt. BIHKT?
ra hill aiiin i,., , -
i aad qoalUI; ala BOi'r)' ItrtVTn of aa
operlor make, for sal by
I 1 T U ui iu
pn t . .
, (t louUl High lrMt ,
Ayer' s Sarsapari I la
A compound remedy, designed te ba the fnf
effectual Alterotivt that ran ba made.',. It ia
a concentrated extract of Para Sarsopaxiil,
so combined with other. substances of still
gteater alterative power a to afford aa effec
tive antidote for the diseases Snrtaparilla is
reputed to cure. It U believed that st!hJa
remedy is wanted by thoso wl suffcr fiom
Strumous complainU, and that on which will .
accomplish their cure must prove of immerno
service to this large claaa ot our aMicted tTlow-.
citiiens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experhnept on many
of the worst cases to bo found of die following
complaints i t , ii i ,., , . , , - , k:tf
ScitortriA add Scnrmri.oos CoMPtAneT
Eruptions akd Eih.ttive PisEAHiix, ULCqui;
Pimples, Blotches, Tumors. SaltHueum;
Scald Head, Sim ilis)' and Bvphihth7 Ar
pections, MeRcoaiAt, Diskase, Ditorsr, Nuv
kaloia ou Tio Douloureux, Dbiulitv, Dv
Pepsia and IndiOestcon,' EiIvsipelas, Ross
oa St. AjT.n.oNTs FiUb, and indeed the wliplp
elass of complaints arising froin.lui'i.-ittlK op
thb Blood. ' . . - i . ;,
This compound will be found a great pro.
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors whkb foster in tho
blood at tlmt season of the yenr By tlie time
ly expulsion of them many rankling diaortltTs
are nipped in the bud. Multitude eon, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which ths trystem will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not awUted to do
this through the natural channel of tho body
by alf alterative medicine. Clcifhse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find iu impurities
bursting through tbe skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when yon llud it it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cIjuiihS it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing tho blood. Keep tlx
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with thin
Eabulum of life disordered, there can be no
isting health. Sooner or lutcr ; noraethiiiK
must go wrong, and the great machinery cf
life is disordered or overthrown. ' V ' "'
Sarsaparilla has, and dc-wrvei much,, il;?
reputation of accomplishing thee end.'"Hut
tlie world has been egrcgiously deceived by
preparations of it, pnrtly because the drux
alone lias not all the virtue that is cluiinej
for it, but more because many preparation,
protending to bo concentrated extract of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sursaporillu,
or any thing else. .,!..
During late years the public lmve Lecu mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Mot
of these lmve been fraud's upon the sick, fur
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and paintal disnpioiiitmcnt
has followed the use of tlid vuiiout extract of
Sarsnpurill.t which flood the market, until the
name itself ii justly despised, and lias become
synonymous with Imposition and cheat. StiU
wc cnll this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall, rencuo the
name from tho load of obloquy which rents
upon it. And wc think wc huvc grotuid Xur
believing it has virtues which nio irreiliMs
by the oi dinary run of tho diseases it h intend
ed to euro. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy nltould
be judiciously taken according to direction on
FllEPARED BT '
DR. J. C. AYElt V GO.
LOWELL., M ASS. -Frl,
ft pr DotU Bis Dottles for $3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown fur tlio cine cf
every variety of Throat and Lung Cumpluint, tlmi
it I entirely unnecessary fur lie to recount the
evidence of its virtue, nliorover it has boen em
ployed. Aa it has lung been in constant u.o
throughout this section, r e nepil not do mora tliau
aur the peoplo its quality i kept up to the bewt
it ever has been, and Slant it may be relied on W
do for theicrelisf uli it ha crcr bieu found la do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB TTTX Cu"ItS O - :
Costivtness, Jaundice, Disptptia, Indigent ion,
Dyttntery, Foul .Viac', llnjuipclvi, llrwlau'ic,
Pilei, Rheumatitiit, Eruptions ami Skin Diuu .ci.
Liver Complaint, Dropy, Trttrr, Tumor nml
Salt Rlieum, irormt, f.'ivif, JVVi.-'viA.'t, ff;-i
Ditmtr Pill, and for Purifijiug lh lilood. - j
They ars migar-coatcd. o Hint tlie most m-.. .i
tive can tako tlicni i1raaiitly, and they am li.u
best aperient in the world for all the purpose of r.
family physic . . ., ,.
Pries 25 conts par Uox; Tivs boioj far II OD.
Great numbers of Clorgymen, riirsiei:ini,8ultc'i- 1
men, and eminent personages, hnv lent thru
nam to certify tho unparalleled usefulness of ihi"
remedies, but our space her will not pemiit tlio
inaerUon of them. The Agent Mow named f.ir
aith gratis our Ameiucax Alm.vxac iu ul.id, ttVy
are given; with also full description of tbe n.ime
complaints, and the treatment that should Ire tul
lowed fur their cure.
Do not be put ofT by unprincipled dealers jri;!i
other preparations they make mors pnrfit o?i.
Demand AVer's, and tak no nthors. 'iho kH-s
want the best aid llierc is fur tlieiu, and they ali.iu' i
have it. . v -
All our remedies are for salo by ' . !
BOBIBTS ft BAHUBL. Ooloabaa. r
And bv Drnrlatad Dealer Trrwhare.
THE. MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURiNCE COMPANY,
. . 2 ." 0F-: ft ' vr;it. '.iy
SJoTJcaxrls.. Nm T- ;
. . , .,:...r. .. , . .0
Dlv1ea Jaanary 1 , toe I 45
Btateateal Jaaaary 1 188 1'
Balance, per tatment Jan. bt, 180.....t)3.U8.S8i 30
Becelred for Premiums dur
ing th ar WO ...IT6J.IU3 SS . . r-i
Becelred for Interest daring
th year 1800 114,014 IS '
Total reeetDi for ifl6O..,.B977.067 74
aW Olalma by Death,7,050 00
raia roncie turrn- . . - .
dered 41.111 W
Paid ralarle. Foil- ,
ag. Tax, ex
change. ei SI. CM M '
Paid Onuulialon to T
Paid Physician' fee. HM
Paid Ansullioa 1.4 1 w
Paid Plrldends dur
ing tk ear .-..-.108.400 75 3U.0S1 1
Set Balance January let 1901.
Cash on hand 0,CiBt 19
Honda and Moilgagxoa Baal . ,
Bitato, worth doabl Ui
amount loaned 1.317 .Nl 6s
Premium Note, aa oMele
la force, only drawing a par
ean. InUrea. 1,878 IT
Heal Bate 90 8"U 7
LoaHeoSerp......u. ...... 13144
rremiuma, NoleaaoU Uaah in
- eoan f tranamlaaloB. ... 45 3il Ti
SJ BU.JM SS
T,T5 Pellole la fbrac, afartaf.....Bja4a0,BS8
1,435 ew Pallrlae t keen laeaad dqrtng (be year,
i After a aarerol eatealtttaa e th piaaant sal ef the
eaataadiatT PeUeteeot th Cam pur. ae baring lb
manai'P tmvnl la rare Uurviur, ah Bircoler
bare Seiiiared a Divine of 45 peroral, en th Promt
me paid at Ike table rates, to all pelieiee for IWe la feroa,
aad prior a Jaauarp I, V0, paakls acesnUug to th
prea.nl ll of tb 4mpny. . . .
Baarafor all kinds or Lite OonUngenelts, yruuwet
!, Statements, and Applicallon, will b farulthtd
vmiwv oa.an, at Um GiSc ar Agmole 4 tb flom.
. , Bio.. , BOBt. I.. BATTBRgON, freaideot.
. - t, O.OROVll,VloPraitUinl. .
BINJ. O. IllLLrB, Frcn--T.
i... ' ' ' - II. H. Bfc.rSOI"a Affttti
' - ,i . Ko. 4 JobnwD Hiouh.
,MarhSI. tSOt.i 'i,. , Ckilulm,0.
btrvJt Haaoin and Alauttae; alao. Bieb 1 r' '
and Tmeel to matnk, at - - SAi.1
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