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BEQWiNVitLE-' NEBRASKA,::, THUESDilY; FEBRUARY 16, 1860.
attokney- at. law,
. SOLICITOR IN WIANCEUY : ;
Tipal Estate Acnt, 7 .
BPrnVS VILLK. K. T.
'Jr. Chicago, 111:
D. L. M'CAKr. O. B. HEWT:TT. E. W. TtttiilAS.
McGarv, Hewett & Tliomas!
ATTORNEYS AT LAV ;
SOLICITORS IX CIUXCERY.
VTil! practice la the "Courts or 5"etrasVa.,aniJ Xorth
west Husouri, t
.BEFERENCZ.S. . , 1 '
HesBra. Crow, McCreary 6c Co., St. Lonis, ilo.
Hun. JaBe M . Hnshn lo
- Iiu. JbnK. SJiepij,. -. . 1)
liuD.Ja'j'.ef Crais. - . - Et.Jot;ph,,lio.
Ili.n. StlufVcwHjw.n, ' - - Vo
II..n. Sainnef W. Btatk, " NerasYa City, K.T.
R. F. Xu'olls, Lsj., - . -!)
Cteev;-r h"ect t Co., ., is .
' R. "VT. Funis' Tironrimr.e
" Bwn-nt-ilic. K. T. OH . 23, 195S. -'"tinl6
T. W. BtDOkL
et w ..rt neat'rexecuiru.
lUiws. etc., prompt
J. B. WESTON
.iTT QUll EY AT
" nro!Tivill!, Kebrnska.
C. V7. V7HEELEH,
IrcMtect ' and Buier-
WILCOX s BEDFORD,
MUII1ER MID "'DRESS MAKER.
JAMES. W. -G'v-x
EASTEU.V EXC II IS" Q E ,
Land .Wawiants Loaned cn 'Time
From One MoDth to Ten Years,
Land Warranti Loanca to'Pre-einptors ; Tases Paid;
Collectiousrusde; Ileal ltie lioucht au1 S ld ; I-ands
Located; and earc Investments maiie tor Eastern Cap-
LanJ Tarrants Md by us lire guaraisted perfect
in all res.iectB, '. A ; , :u :..
! Acres ' of. Cfeoice Lands,
For Sale in Nemalia and lucfciara
son ConBtlcs, :;cljraska. :
Tbee Und were elected and located liamodiate'.y
after the Land Saie. aal are auior.gBt the most valua
ble Land in the Terrii.irr. ' " ' . ,
We will ell ihoui at lw prices, and on long time to
T. M. TALBOTT,
...I ' irtr, r.rnwnv:!e. 1
to L fteional services to the coauianit j
AU job arrat)ti. .
DR. D- GWIN,
Uavincr .permanently located m
" Tor thej)rcticc of Medieine i.dOTper
; r hi profesrfona! ervices to tbc aCictcd.
Y A;,S. UOLLADAY, M. D.
. eftrt!irmi.l friend, in Brownvilie and
lLe ncmuy that be,. rued the Pract,r. f
Medicine, Snnrcrj, Obstetrics,
t,.e. tv .tries attention to Us 'V-'Tn
- a a- iatronape l.erene exteuded toh.iu In
'J-Z 1 wor? it ipo;fclrpedieiit. a rrerlptun
wi n lone City lrug Store.
Feb. 21. '59. 35. ly
K. T. Pec. 8, 1359.
JOSEPH L, ROY,
A. C O S S T A
. . IMPORTER AKD IltaUS ID
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
CASTINGS, SPKIKGS, ' AXLES, FILEi
B L A CKS MIT II IS TO 0 L S
' Third Strt, between Feltx and Edmcnd
SAINT JOSEPH, MO.
t Which he rcllsat St. Louis prices for cash,
llicliest Price Paid lor Bcrcp Iron. ;
December I, lt03.-ly. . ;.
joaxl f. kixxet. - CHAS. F. noixY.
. . KINNEY .& HOLLY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
XERRASKA' CITY, X T.
: "Will praclicciii the Court, of this Territory. Collec
tion and criminal bnsine uttended to ihroufrhout Xe
brasksi, Weatern Iwa atul Hiaaonri. "Will atte.d the
Courts at Brewnville. v2n33-6m
- :E. S. DUNDY,
A T T 0 RN EY AT LA W ,
AltCnEH, RICHAKDROIt CO. U. T-'
WILL practice in the evcral Court of the 2.1 Judicial
District. nnd attend to all mr.icr connected with the
Pr.JeKjion. Wax. 3IcLe"Snan,. Eii.,oI.'etrasia City,
will as-itnein t!:e prosercticn of important Sniti.
Sept. 10, '57-11-tf ,
, r GEORGE EDWARDS,-, ,-
, AIIC XX IT.EOT.
OrriCLMainSt, Ecsl of Kinney (r IloU'ft office,
- Nebraska City. JS..T.
"reraonswho contemplate buildint; can he fnrnifTied
with Ietijrns, Plana, Speji3v-atioui. ic. for buildinol
anyclass or variety of style, and tbe erection of the
aatneperintendedif desired. Prompt attentien paid
tu busiuessfrom a distance. , 6'Jtf
TYPE Si STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY
2J0.16S Vine St.. bet.FourthanaFifLii.
Cincinnati, 0. .
Original . , . .
A HeYiered Propliecy Eedncea to
c. r. o'unistoEi. &. co
Tanufacturerp and deaiersin News, Bookana Job
jl 1t.L Type. Printing Pre8sej.Casei5vt;allie.i.e.. i:c.
Ink?, and rrintin? Materia! of Lvery ie5cnpiion,
KTEHEOTYri: .f all kind liookf-.Mnsic.
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles,
Clocks, Watches & Jewelry.
FEMALE : COLLECT
. ST. JOSEPH,. 310.
7. ' Kt
Wou'd announce to the citizens f Br wnvllle
d vicinity that he hat. located hiiaself in
Brownviile. andinteud.- keepir.e a f u. i a.sort.
uieni or everTinmp id ui iiuriM
low f"r cash, newillalsodo all Vindt Jit re-
nairi:.e t rlocks. watcheb and jewelry. . All wi.rk war-
CITY LIVERY STABLE.
3Irs. Uciidgeu & Miss Lusk,
iliLLIXERS AXD DRESS 51AKERS,
1 First Street, bet. Main and Water,
RROWNVIL1 .i:. NEBRASKA,
,-Mrt llfad-Drttxetend Trimming give i on hand
. jT'X.I JOHNSON, LI D.f
rill ICIAN AND SURGEON,
iirfct ttreet, between Hain and Water,
, - : - vy eraTE AtTHtmrTY.
INCREASE OFCASII CAHTAL
Phoenix Insurance Company,-
' liartford, Connecticut.
Announcei. U.the public that heis prrpaml to acer.m-nnuiethi-e
wihin?with Carriufes atiJ Hu?;:ier; to
(teUw witij aotxl a'e horsefc. for comfort ai eae in t ra
velling. He will also hoard hore by the day. veek &r
mouth. ,TrJ,iIS TAV0RAZLZ1
rETOTED TO '
... haii rf-f i
. nhartrr Pcnsetual.
Csh Capital, 400,000 00 Dollars.
Casli Assclts,54T,TI2 37
S. II. LOO MIS. President.
H KELLOQ i, Secretary.
Branch OfTicr, 31 r 33 3d Si. Cincinnati.
MMAGILL General Agent.
ArenU ia the prineij! Ciues and towns in the
;l tion. loer.roini.t!yr- Applications receir
ami policie? iwued and renewed.
, O. B- HEWETT Agent,
At Brownville, N. i.
"ErowDTille, Not. 17. ISM. ly
NEW SPATE US,..
' ' A XD
. "oTeYer' descripticn, fcr sale at .
SCH1ITZ & DEUSER'S
South-east corner Main and Second,
" hbo vv irrii.iiii, m. t. ,
;"Bept.S2i.lSi9. 7 f-pt11
(Orcr SeiRtc 4 Cretnbstim's Clothing Jtorr,)
Erovrnvills, I T.
Le proprietor wx.uIJ rwptict fully it-f irm ttie rub
st ii LHojiened upaud estallialied fur the re
trt.o -it of tie inmr lonn.at the above raertioned
.aa.!. taCalI cmi beeUinundati wiLa the best
.r Wine? and I.iquo.s. and cnji.-y the e.x.thinj m-fla-nce
of the be.tqu-Ufj f tSears. ; A first class
Phelau's Patent Combination Cushions, w.th all the
modem imiroreinri,f. i.- also on the rr:mi.cs for
the enj.'vmrnt t.f all w!u d.'iiirht in this -rntleraan-
IrmJ icicntifie come. tA. uuiiii-u.
,septcniier zn, iv.
WTIiLIAH CAMEEON, A. SlJ" 'Principal.
O.mpletely organized a Srt class Female RiaidioK
anl DaySchool Number limited to 120. tociuaing
hoarders. Scholastic rear ctimmenciug first Monday In
Scpteiuber. For Catalogues, with f all particulars, ad
dress the Principal. '
Aajust 4th, 1S59. yum
A. W. ELLIOTT,
DKT o. 2Tas ery
Cor. nroadway and"Wnli Street.
ST. LOL1S, MlbbUUiU.
rr,-in r,i,rrh.tJ Hie entire surscry strckof John
Sicjprf...B&. Bro.,1 am prepared to effer to thf pnMic
tlje larpestaud tesi teiecie-i . " , 'i , I
Ornamental taees, rul-s nnd plants ever offered for
...i- k. r-. ir rrPiletermined tocfrcr vicii m-
d icemems to tree planters and the trade as will ensure
the most entire aatisfactioti. Descriptive cta!oBnewill
be furnished, and any informati on fen hy addressing,
jy , T . ata a-A w f
Siint Louis, Mo.
.)verafcer 35,55-Ty. ' -
: HIS fill 1M
JOILN "W. illDDLETOX,
BKO'SrSTII.I.E, A". T. '
IlEKKET Inform the puhiic that he has
located hum-elf in tti City, and ii prepared
to M?rve those n want of aiiylhms ia hi. line
Iiha aelerted hi? stck rlth care and will msncfactnre
Xo. 1 article of everything rfered. lie deems it mv
rw-TtoeBnaierate: botwill keepou haud eveyarti
auaUy obtained la Saddle and Harness Hiopa.
JOaX W, UWJL.ZTOS.
i Brownville Mar 13. . . nolti-6aa
a m m.
Bvin rented the interest of Lake and Emmtrios in
arownrille Steam Saw and tiriat Mill. annineea to
1na anblic that ha is prenared Xo coininiodate the
'aervs f Brownrilie and Nemaha County with a u-
'te-mn: aslUT of tnmher ef all kind. Also witnthe I C T
w Hill, to erre all in that line.
' TbeiacTkt price at all times paid for Loss and Corn.
?he bid hnti of Kwel.Lakefc. Kramer son will be
ud t-y Uarrr Lke. All future bwinensc irMlucted
Ttbeinderrtirne. - JESSK I.OKL.
rMrilief April 7th, IS53, - - ' IT
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nil -6 m
. CHARTER OAK
Life" Insurance" Company,
Inccrjoraled ly Ihc SluU of Cornedicvt.
Capital Mock $'200,vavo.
With larzanl inereasinu: surplusrf ceipts.sccnre-
ly invested under the sanction ana n'' "7"
CoiEptrullcr of Public Accounts.
OFFICKKS AND DIRECTORS:
JAMES C. WAT.KLFY, Tresifierl.
JUIIN I: WSCE, -Vice President..
- KL1 AS tilLL. Mxretary.
E. D. DICKERM AN, General Agent.
Daniel rkillips, JobnL.Ilance,
J. A.P.atlcr, E. D. Dickeraan
Sain. Coit. , JTelaoc HoLister,
S.B. Berrsford. M 1, CoriTiilting-Physician.
A. S. Uol!adHT,M I. Medical Exnminer.
A nlicat ion ? received by U. W. FURNAS. A s"t,
ijCUu- . . . ' Brtiwnviiie, K.T.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
WILLIAM F. KITEIi,
Would respectfully inferm the citizens in Western
Tnwaar.d Nebraska that he bas openct a first class
Cindcry, and the only one ever established in this
section'of country. I am now prepared to do all kinds
if work pert lining to the business.
Harpsr's, Graham's, Uodej'f . Peterson's, Arthur'
Bailout. Frank Leslie's, Knkkboeker, Wa
ver!y, Hunt's, and Putnam'g Magazines.
ewyork Ledger, BallouV Picto
rial. Harper's Weekly. Scien
tific American. Yankee
Motions, Musical Reriew, Les
lie's Illustrated, Ladies Repository,
Ladies Wreath, Atlantic Monthly,
Mnsis. Law. Book, find Newspapers, or
books of any kind, oldornew, bound or r bound
in the most appruvpd styles, on short notice and low
prices. Old family Billcs rebound so as to look and
wear equal to new.
August 24,'ISM). t7-ly
We are the creatures here on, earth of omo supreme
' ' " " ' '" 1 "first cacse.
Ere sin was Lorn, or Adam fell, that power parens
. . ': r .. " " .Pa1"-
Those laws were perfect,, o wo learn, and. recoj
': ' " ' tviz'dlyGod; '
Wbe -.weuU break tbcsn r.reduraptaocjlT'wa? isude
, - ' - -.ftoleeih;3rod:':
nsttben as now some lor'd this Eing, and also bis
' . '."' - commands.
One Enoch taught them every Say and laboT'd with
A city by hisskiH was built; ttrGod a temple given.
This work on earth accepted way; the 'builder took
v: to heaven. .
. ' -
The world now lost in wicknednes3; content with-
out the law.'
They Beither had a prophet '$ Toica, nor open Vision
A Xcah was yet with this king engaged in his work
And in his correspondence ho was told to build an ark
. . ' . V ... ..."
Yea ! build an ark your Gd commands; all flesh ia
gone astray. 1
Sly holy law they will not keep;"by water all must die.
A pattern now I give to yon; let nothing be delayed,
And fail not, for it must be done just &s the Lord
i ... hath said;
Thus by the Lord of earth 't commands did Noah eu-
,'1 ;.- ' rely do.' :
And of all flesh into the ark there came by two and
Thus Noah by the pattern wrought, nor murmur'd
' '-I;, against hcaren
Of bcats for food and birds that'sclean he took them
...... in by seven..
Nowall these in the ark were sav'd before the wind
.7 " .'. v ""- it flew;"
or jost as God the model gave just so did Noah do.
Now Lad a thing been diTerent. a plank too long or
The vessel would hare useless . been, and fonndor'd
. - , , in the tide, s
Look farther down the stream ef time. ' A Moses
. counsel tonght: :
The Lord he gave a plan to him and see thou change
w . it not;
Twas tbe pattern en the Mount, and" this divine
... command '
By which the temple stood when in the promia'd land
This temple when twas all complete was recognized
' '. ' above
By Him that doeth all things well, who fill'd it with
1 his love.
nis presence fill'd the mcrey seat: he said I'me God
A nd I am Israel's saviour to; beside me there is none
. ...... 1
This temple's fame flew far and wide; some envii-d
' . some adored;
And same mistook in zealous whim and chooso anotls
: . ' - er Lord.
A temple nowhe too must have;Samaria boasted one
And Egypt too must do her part; so said the pries
'I of on.
And several others now were built, 'tis true by
' ' zealous hands
That on 3Ioriah's mount alone'was built by GotPs
That pattern not to others given, their work not re
cognized by heaven,
They had no voice their ears to greet;' no 'pre3ece
fill'd their mercy seats
Yet Israel's king, to whom God gave such wisdom
. and sue a plans,
Was made to sin by bowing to the gods of other Land
To Mullock he an altar rais'd, and Baal was wor-
. : . ship'd too;
The word then from his God went forth his king-
dom to undo.
True teachers from it soon were driven, and one by
Said I alone of all am left and yet they reek my head.
The Lord then said not quite so bad, for many yet
. '- ' - I own,
Who kUs not Baal and still confers that I am , God
DROITX i CXIXTOX,
For wardin 2: . & Commission
NoTS, North Levee,- St. Louis, Mo.
Orders for Groceries ano Manufactured Articles accn
rately lil'ed at lowest possible rates. Consignment tor
sale and re-hipment respectully solicited, frhipments
el all kinds will he faithfully attended to. .
ileasrs. O n Xea fci Co St. Loci
Birtlett. KcComh & Co do
Gilbert, Miles lc Stannard " do
Tton. W n r.4iT.n;toa, AnditorSUte of Missouri
J Q Harmon. LVq. Cair City. 111. . . ..
AtessrsMolonv, Bro'fc iCo' JewOrleaas,Lauisiana
CITY TEU1TK GTOSE.
FASSETT i CROSSLIAir,
J-Tanufacturers of -
Traveling & Packing
South West corner of Pine and 3d si's,
Saint Louis, 2Io.
Ve are now prepared t. tL'.l all Tders
in oar line wi.th preniptneis anionthe
Li (tLe most reasonable teres. Onrstoct is
1 -1 J nd complete and a P. of our own
mannfactnrinf . Those in want of articles in car line,
iri.ni.uii or retail) will d well topive i a call be
fore purchasing ei&ewuere.
ap i solicited.'
Aahare tt pu jltc patron-
JAMES 1I0G AN,
ELAXK COOK IIAXITACTUIIES,
Soullieast cr. ilad ami Iocust Sts.
ST. LOUIS, 310.
AH kindof Blank Borks.mjde of the hest paper, mled
Ktwenypstterpjaiil sved ir.tf enewiMproYefi patent
Amr3 rrr.iaDiCAi-s, sursia&e.
bound in any style, and attte shortet ttice.
Uartug been waried t"!ie Premioni at. the last Me
chanic', i'air, hetecinnd;det;V in iaBr:i latistactioii
toallwb nv ttm a call.
July S2i.lSiS. 1yr3n4
J D Jackson. Ksq., . . ;
Messrs HiLkle, Guild & Co,
F Ilair.niar c Cj
Brarde! 1 & Crawford
Woodruff St nuntington,
May 12, 1S58 45-3bi
Mot ile. A la.
.A. D, EIRE.
Attornpr at law,
Land Arcat and Xotary Public
. Rulo, Richardson Co., A . T.
Will practice in the Coortsof sistedNebraska .a
Xllardingand Bennettebraska City.
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
RF.AL ESTATE AGENT;
"Falls '.Sty. Eichard?on Ccttnty. K"ebrafika
. V i ICff prompt attetl n to all prt.fe&Kicnat busi
ce intracted to his car in F.ijhardoii and adjoining
coitutieis a!.- to the drawing ol desls. pre-emption pa-
rr. avc., c. -Jiay 13.7&s nl-ru
I gave him troops and treasures too, and aWI'er-
- ; sia's throne. '
This man he shall your chains undo ajii set yen In
For Ln my strength he shall go . forth njholden by
' 1 ' my hand.'
Tisjilsohii decree, and I shall make it stand, j .
You shall the temple raise upon the holy land;
Again the word of God from Zion's hill shall tow,'
' In p.aeef al accen te to the j ust, and to the wicked wo.
ily i-crvirt row the branch pluck'd from the rqyal
: . ' " " line,
And sived ficna CLaldaic wrath,by favor ail divine,
To Ilia th r'.::r-ir?: I commit to guide him in his
" ' ' , . ". power.
A?jt't:ee must his actions try and prove 1hem every
. .-. i . . ' hour,:
Tis strict with him, tis true the plan to build I've
And though he Is most wise I counsel him by seven
Seven tial possess my love and do my spirit feel
In saeokness they shall judges stand nil differences
. , , , to heal.
ThoLord still Iov'd Jerusalem, there let this temple
... .'; . : ".stand,
Toward it let my people priy dispers'd in every land
On Zion's mount it rear'd its head in splendor and
- in power.
Its builders in God favor stood increasing every hoar.
Lojk farther on the stream of life. Again the Jews
- - -' rrangres3,
And now the nations round about most sure did
:. . .. " . -: oppress.
At length the Lord stirr'd up a power, one they eouid
'.' " ' ' ' not withstand,
Who took them out andscattcr'd them like seed in
. i ' j - ' every lane.
Aiin the temple is destroyed, and yet the sito ii
. . known:
A mosque crowns the sacred spot. - There mockery
hae a throne.
The Jews rejected: now they say the "Gentiles take
'.',. tte word,"
Tliey say a surer way is found; also a milder Lord.
Ah this is pleasant news indeed, for had the law
No barrenness had Judah saw and ne'er had Israel
Bat power and greatness in their hands would to this
"'-.." . time remain
And all must either serve their God or other climes
i ; "" regain.'
- - ' ' . " . .
But aow our Lord is lenient, and temples in all land,
01' every shape and fashion too, accepted at our hands,
The distance need not now he great: a church in every
We can to heaven ride in state; perchance on beds o
We need not send up yearly now, mount Zion to sustain,
For all who choose may preach the word, and all who
! ' ... J ' fchiioe refrain
Now this is kind and suits our view, the teacher now
And we will just sustain the one tt at salts both you
A temple too we will bnild him, also it dedicate,
Fjr he a much the priesthood has a any onef late.
And we'll stick to him, that we will, yon see his words
TJ e proves them as he goes along Joel like taeoihets do.
Tis true there are of various forms six hundred sixty six.
Sut, see, we have minds made up; with none of them
. we mix.
We know them wrong, says each of ethers; .
They should give way ; we shou Id be brothers.
All this I like, it seems so free, I only oae thing fear,
That is While qnarling o'er our cnoice, a Single voice we
' y ; ' . .-. . hear, .;.
Declaring that of .all this strife no part for him has
And that be is about to take h i first love to his arma.
13 Millard Fillcnere . . $
14 Franklin Pierce'; , 1SJ3 to 1So7
15 Jaies Buchanan " ' 1S57 to 1SG1
Vice-Presidents. -When elected.
JohriXdams ' . 1759
' " 17D2
Thomas Jefferson 17DG
Aaron Burr ' ; 1S00
George Clinton . 1S0-1
-;;'";v". ' .isos
Elbridge:Gerry ' V 1S12
Daniel D. Tomkins ' - -1516
z ,;;;. :i ,7.1 1C0
John C. Calhoun ' ; 1S24
. .... "is2s
Martin Van Buren 1532
Richard M. Johnson - . 1533
John Tvler ' ''- - 1540
George" M. Dallas . . - 1S41
Millerd Fillmore .. . 1S49
W. R. King . 1S53
John C. Breckenridge. . 1557
-' ' 1759. ' '
Gedrge Washington CD
. John. Adams 34
John Jay 1 9
R. H. Harrison 6
. J. Ruttedge 6 ,
John Hancock " .4
George Clinton ; 3
: Samuel Huniinq-ton 2
.-John Milton ; . .-. ... 1
J ohn Armstrong 1
"Ed; Telfair' . ; ; ' 1
lie njamin Lincoln ' . ' "1
-Whole number of Electors voting, 69.
. HEDGE FEITCIIIG.
ThenndersifnedhavinR had eonideraldt! cx;eri nee
m plantinaand cnltivatintr Osape Orange Uedpes. here
hy infir the public that they are n-.wrejared to con
tract either plantinc. settinp them ont. or rrowir-' and
cnltivatini: the fence -txiiplte. Growing edires of
their planting can be sHn on the fumis of S. V." ten
nedy, G Crow, J. Skeen and otl.ers in this eonntv ;
. V.V. 4. T. X. AKDEIiS.
This prophet by the power of God Baal's teachers
They pray'd and cried from morn till night, and
then were put to shame.
The prophet call'd on Israel's God: their mock ng
: 7 ; raised his ire.
He made them know he was his friend by answering
him with fire.'
Elijah's heart was grateful too; he knew he'd been
-. r a guest,
And for the ravens that him fed he made a noble
' ' .' ' feai;t
Not of the blood of bulls and goats was this great
-' v . . 1 " sacrifice.
But of fear hundred impious men who had been
Yet Israel's still got worse and worse, more witked
God's presence left the mercy seat and back to hav-
en it flew.-
Their holy things were now expos'd. they had no
' ' ' ' ' power to stand,
And years three score and ten they servd all in a
.'...r.. - ..; ;: ; .7: foreign Iaai,.
Their house of God Chaliea overthrew," the other
. - . -temples stood;
Why not of them have chosea one and .said it as as
......."- ' - S00
Tp to that time God had Tot chang'd, his covenant
' ' - ' still was new,
And as he promud Abraham justso we find hiai do.
He knew to him' they would return when mads to
- ! feel the rod.
And for their sins sincerely monrn and own him for
... Iihr God.
Yea children I am God alone, when sought I am at
I will without your gold er blood now give yonljack
! ... ... your land.
A saviouxl have rais'd for yon, a man yon bav not
. " " . rtaonTL
Tea, hear my word, it shall go forth all Israel must re-
For my great name and covenant's sake they shall no
. , longer mourn.
A gain Moriah's mount a tempie shall adorn,
Ihe law go from Jerusalem which none may treat with
And all must now this lawbey, and all to Israel seek,
For all whose powei is not with them will find too late
how weak; .
Xi'W is this true, and must we all through this old oo-
Andean we find no better plan than in this ancient
-'- ' " name?
We have a triple tie. and they one God alone,
Their worship is absurd, as we have plainly shown;
Let's gather now our host and meet them In the plain,
Or in the valley near Jehoshopbat by nasae;
The man they did reject we will onr leader mate,"
On the wsue of that day all our salvation stake.
And now I leave the scene; the wise will look it through
Whichere you think will win, with them yon better do.
Brownville, February 11, 1S60. -
George Washington elected President,
and John Adams Vice President.
George Washington . 132
John Adams " . 77'.
' George Clinton - 50
. Thomas Jefferson 4
Aaron Burr 1
' Whole number of Electors, 132
"Johns Adams 71
Thomas Jefferson ' OS
Thomas Pinckney ' 59
Aaron Burr . : . 30
- Samuel Adams 15
Oliver Elsworth '.. .11
John Jay" ' . . .
- George Clinton ' ' ' 7
James Iredell 3
George Washington 2
J. Henry .' 2
R. Johnson 2
Charles C. Pinckney
Whole number of Electors, 133.
: . . 1500.
. Thomas Jefferson . 73
Aaron Burr 73
John Adams 65
" Charles C. Pinckney " 64
John Jay 1
Whole number of Electors, 133.
The votes for Thomas Jefferson and
Aaron Burr being equal, the election de
volved on the House of Representstives,
wherein, on the 36th ballot, the votes cf
ten States were given for Jefferson, four
for Burr, and two States gave blank
.votes.;: .' . .
After this election the Constitution was
amended," so that each Presidential Elec
tor chosen by the States voted for Presi
dent and Vice' President separately, in
stead of the original mode of voting for
two persons, without designating which
was his choice for President and Vice
President. The person receiving the
greatest number of votes by the original
mode, if a majority, was to be President,
and the next highest Vice President.
When no choice was made by the Elec
tors, the House of Representatives deci-
ded me question.
Election of Presidents and Vice
Presidents or the lT. S.
The subjoined tabular returns giving
the election? of President and Vice-Presidents
of the United States from the De
claration of Independence up to . the pre
sent date is of much interest, and will, no
doubt, be carefully scanned hy all our
readers. ; , The first portion of the returns
gives the names of the Presidents, with
the date of their election ; then follow the
Vice-Presidents. The. third section gives
the number o . votes for President and
Vice-President. Altogether the . docu
ment is, as we have said, is interesting
I ' Presidents.
1 George Washington
2 John Adams ;
3 Thomas Jefferson .
. 4 James Madison : -
5 James Monroe ,
6 John Q. Adams
7 Andrew Jackson
8 Martin Van Buren
9 Wm. II. Harrison
10 John Tyler
11 James K. Polk !
Time cf service.
1759 to 1797
1791 to 1S01
1801 13 1S03
1S09 to 1S16
1S17 to 1525
1525 to 1529
1S29 to 1S37
1S37 to 1S41
1S41 to 1545
1545 to 1549
Those marked with an asterisk ()
died while in office, and the Vice-President
succeeded thern for the balance pf
Thomas Jefferson . 102
Charles C. Pinckney 14
James Madison 122
Charles C. ; Pinckney 47
George Clinton ... 6
James Madison 129
De Wilt Clinton 69
James Monroe . " 1S3
Rufus King . 34
James Monroe 231
Jchn Q. Adams 1
Andrew Jackson 93
John Q, Adams 61
Wm. H. Crawford 41
Henry Clay; 37
Election of President decided by the
'ouae of Representatives, viz: Adaus,
J States; Jackson, 7; Crawford, 4.
- 1523. . "
Andrew Jackson " 178'
John Q. Adams ' S3
- ; 1532. - " :'-
Andrew Jackson 219
Henry Clay ' , : r ' 49 '
JohnFIoTd' '"'V ' :: .. 11
William Wirt . ". ' , ' "' 7
. . 1536. ;
Martin Van Baren . . 170
Wrn. II. Harrison . 73
HughL. Whito 20
Daniel Welter 14
Willie P. Magnum 11
Wm. IL Harrison 231
Martin "Van Buren CO
James K. Pclk 173
Henry Clay - 105
, .. - 1543, ; .
; Zachary Taylor ; 163
Ecwis Cass. .-. 125
Jchn C. Fremont
. 1SC3. : '
George Clinton . -Rufus
Jut p " rn-rva
.. :1S12. ' '
. Jared lngersoi
D. D. Tomkins
John C. Howard
Robert G. Harper
D. D. Tomkins
Robert G. Harper
Jchn C. Calhoun
Martin Van Buren
John C. Calhoun
Richard Rush . .
Martin Van Buren
John Sergeant '.
Richard M. Johnson
. Francis Granger
. William Smith
Richard M. Johnson elected Vice Pre
sident by the Senate ; Johnson 32 voter,
Richard M. Johnson
L. W. Tazewell
James K. Polk
George M. Dallas
W. O. Butler
W. A. Graham
J. C. Breckenridge
W. L. Dayton
Andrew J. Dcnnelscn
Congress, passed a
rBy an act of
1545. the choice of Elector cf Prpr't
and Vice President must be made in all
the States on the Tuesday succeding the
first Monday in November.
9 m 0 m. m . t
The following interesting correspond
ence, says the Albany Statesman, went
through the post office a few weeks be
fore election. The wnter3 are "among
the knowing and the known in the State:
, Oct. 16, 1559.
Dxah Jrccn: lama candidate fcr
Senator. If you would come inta the
district, and make two cr three
it would "help the cause."
, Oct. 17, 1559.
Dear CoLosri. : I will coma with
pleasure, provided you'll promise to lc
half honest if elected.
. 1 ours, ;
, Oct. 20, 1S59,
Drill J VTtr.T T rTtf rrn it-i
The Judge made the speeches, and ths
Colonel was elected unpledged.
Lawyer "Now, Mr. , was
fence alluded to, a good, strong fence!
Uncle Will "Yes, sir."
Lawyer -"Well, what sort cf a fence
Uncle Will (holding in) "It was a
buncombe fence, sir."
Lawyer (thinking he had cornered the
old gout) "Now, Squire, will you oblige
the Court by giving your def-nitica cf a
buncombe fence 1"
Uncle Will "A buncombe fence, sir,
is a fence that is bull-strc
Uncle Will was dismissed from the
stand, and retired with flying ccicrs.
An anti-tobacco lecturer speke so pow
erfully against the use cf tobacco, that
several of his audience went heme- and
burned their cigars holding cne end cf
them in their mouths, by way cf punish
An epicure once asserted that two wsr
required to make a meal cf a chicken
himself sd the chicken.
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