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Personal Llberlj Lar,s.
.J' ;Ju?t covr, and fcr some months prist, a
f jrreat to-do is, and has b-tcn, triage by ?c
'ressicrifds and in fact, most northern
-democrats iu rfarJ to ilie Personal Li
' rSerty laws fouuJ upon the ttatute looks of
','tn iitnorilicra State?. The fact is, they
are Lt existence to-day iu r.-jaority of the
.utesV Xcrtli ar.J South. Those ia the
Korth uere generally passed before the
Fugitive Slave law vras in existence, and
coU not, .therefore, have been adopted
with the view of interfering with that
TawZ - The very objectionable ones, in the
North, corning into existence since the
'Fugitive Slave law, were passed afkr
lnws found a place on southern statute
.books prohibiting the freedom of speech
jKui cf the press on the subject of Afri
can slavery. The following is a synopsis
of the Personal .Liberty law now in exis
tence in the State cf Virginia:
.'Ii enacts that any person, conceiving
himself as unlawfully detained as a slave,
is authorized ' to sue for freedom. Such
person, 'Jr:ng the pendancy cf the suit,
hiust Is kept in custody at the expense cf
the person claiming to be the owner. Or
the claimant may take the custody cf such
person on giving bonds, cf double the
: ralu3 -cf the petitioner one thousand
dcllars It the Fugitive Slave law, to
t.ave him forthcoming on trial. Counsel
i? assigned ihe petitioner by the State to
prosecute his suit, and he is allowed free
cf cost, all needful process, services cf
tracers and attendance cf vntu-cses. The
' uitlia? precedence of all other cases on
tha docket cf the court, all formalities of
pleading are waived, and the question cf
freedom or slavery is to be tried by a
jury. If the petitioner obtains a Verdict
in his favor, 'lie is declared free, and the
claimant is mulcted in damages and
" .Is there anything wrong in such laws?
Ve think not. And yet, if the courts
decide that such laws on northern statute
books, conflict with, or interfere with the
" Fugitive "Slave law, or any other law of
Congress ; and their repeal will in the
least heal existing difficulties, we, for
cue, say, repeal them by all means.
' Ikz Traitors.-
' ' i .
' As we remirkjd ia a previous article
upon. tho real causes of existing national
difficulties, the Sxuh Carolina traitors no
longer claim tiiat the election of Lincoln
is the cause of their actions. The follow -
ing extracts we make from speeches made
. jn the South Carolina Convention :
" Mr., Tacker, speaking of secession,
" said.: "It is no spasmodic effort that has
enroe suddenly upon us, but it has been
gradually culminating for a long series of
j .TJr. Ingles said : "Most cf us have had
'this subject under consideration for the
last twenty years."
5 Mr. Keit said : "I have b een engaged
jn this movement ever since I. entered
m political IfTe."
; Mr. Rhctt said :' "It is nothing produ
ced by Lincoln's eleciion, or the non-execution
of the fugitive slave law. It is a
. matter which has been gathering head
for thirty years." And he further said:
'U'o are about to sunder our relations
. with the North, and I trust forever."
On another occasion, Mr. Rhett said :
The federal laws, laying taxes on the
people of South Carolina, have fallen this
day, and. so far ns we are concerned, fal
Do such, men, who confess that they
have long been concocting conspiracy to
overturn the government uf these United
States, want concessions or compromises?
. The causes hitherto alleged are mere pre
texts. They want no compromises ; no
. If compromises or concessions would
satisfy ; heal difficulties,' restore .peace,
and perpetuate the Union, the North,
with its practical and accustomed devo
tednes to, and - love for, the country,
would cot be found lagging. Eat the
ftct is they are not desired, nor would
they be accepted by those who are mak
ing the trouble. Hence it is nonsense to
talk about them not?. Would the Union
loving men in the South hurl from posi
tions their traitorous leaders, and place
in their Etead those who would listen to
riascn, then Q night talk of concessions
.and compromises ; but not until then. At
the proper time; and when concessions
. arei:;'rJ : net authoratitively demanded,
"tlve 'nc-nlv will be found discharging her
dtv h-or whole dutv. ..
years, and, while watchirg his progress,
have been gratified at his success, and
the mere convinced cf his state jmaii'hip.
Ills career in Congress has been charac
terized by sound practical devotion to the
true interests of th? whe! 2 country. His
intimate connection with cur postal af
fairs, and the arduous duties h? has per
formed, has perhaps given him a more
accurate and practical knowledge of that
branch of our government than any other
man in the party. No man, therefore,
could with mere propriety be tendered
the position of Postmaster General. In
fact, if there is any such thing as men
having claims for position, Schuyler Col
fax has strong claims for that, office, j
Gofernment Appropriations. -
We learn, by a private It tier frc-m a
friend, who has recently spent a few
weeks ia Washington, that our indefati
gable Delegate, Mr. D.vilt, is leaving
no stone unturned, that he may, if possi
ble, obtain appropriations for this Terri
tory. We are fre"c to say, however, that
we consider it unreasonable to1 expect
anything under existing circumstances.
Not from any want cf interest, devotion,
industry and perseverance on the part of
our" Delegate ; but from the fact that the
government has no money to give. . There
is really not money sufficient in" the na
tional treasury to pay off members of
Congress. The present corrupt adminis
tration has squandered and stolen ' the
people's money, until the treasury is en
tirely depleted. Future developments
will doubtless show where most of -it has
gone. It has b-?en,and is now being used,
to overthrow the government by the trai
tors who seek its destruction. . ;
cr - Eelisjler Colfax.;
'The rfess ' thrown out-, the country is
eu'dl'ln'. engaged making up a Cabinet
fo;-tl -:? w cdministration. We suppose
it-n z f.xed fact that Mr, Lincoln has
lettered Cabinet offices to ; Mr. Seward
ci New York, nnd Mr. Eatea cf Mis
eouri, and ihit ihey haVe accepted the
poikiens. ; Further than this, we arc not
ftursri cf definite action.
'We are glad to see the r.ame cf
Schuyler C.-lfax cf Irjljana urged as a
member cf the Cabinet.- As ve have of
ten remarked, we have a partiality fcr
seif-rr.a;! men; uce who by their own
industry, perseverance, cultivation cf na
tural tah'nt, and inHexiblo devotion to
prircij !., work their way to position,
ntn! gain ti:e esteem and confidence cf
thirftllo.v.-!. : We are partial la such,
bccr;s e they are representative men of
the country ; cm i:i: lifymg the peculiar
sy.-iem cf coverument under which we
live and f; rurisli.
.Fu;h a uian is Sch;:vh.r Colfax. ' We
havo been an ;vh;iin r rt the man for to confusi' au.1' discomfit irfeme;j.'
The inmdj Case. . ;
We have not heretofore, cor do we
intend now or hereafter to participate in
the general wrangle over the matter be
tween Mr. Dundy and Mr. Fleming. We
have already expressed ever belief iare
gard to the half breed land point, and
are prepared to substantiate our views if
need be. In another column we publish
the remarks of Ma. Tipton. They are
brief, but certainly cover the ground.
In regard to the contest between Flem
ming and Dundy for a seat in the coun
cil, we learn that the report nf the ma
jority cgainst the claim of Fleming was
submitted by Mr. Tipton. By that re
port which is to be a part of the journals
of the Council it appears that on account
of illegal votes cast for Fleming, the
committee was of the opinion that Dun
dy was entitled to his seat.. These in
cluded votes at Rulo precinct, where two
of the judges of the election" and one of
the clerks were not residents of the pre
cinct, also many vote3 cast by persons'
who were not residents of the precincts
where they voted, and by numerous per
sons who were not qualified to vote any
where according to law and the Organic
Act of Nebraska. "
After the contestants had taken their
testimony,' and both had appeared before
the Council and the committee had com
menced to examine the case, unbeknown
to the Council and the committee, Mr.
Fleming left for Richardson county to
take more testimony, having served a
notice on Dundy of no legal force.' -
With this testimony taken before no
legal tribunal, and .by no order of the
Council, he returned; whereupon Mr.
Dundy made affidavit that he never em
ployed any person to appear for him in
taking the testimony, and filed a motion
with the committee for its rejection. The
committee entertained the motion and re
jected the additional evidence. The ques
tion was then settled upon the testimo
ny taken by the parties according to the
law governing contests.
On adopting the majority report the
vote was a tie. and the same occurred with
the report of the minority. So that Dun
dy being in he could not be ousted ; ' and
Fleming being cut, he could not be ad
mitted. Fleming raised the Half breed
question, and in reply to the arguments
of his friends, Mr. Tipton made his
speech. In the House the question was
up ia the case of Acton, snd was'decided
against the reservation.
The Legislature unanimously memor
ialized Congress to take action on the
subject of the reservation, and settle the
question. This was done on the pre
sentation of a resolution by Mr. Tipton.
Came Cf UelirC The Boston .-It-las
is accountable for the following ex
iraordinary game cf euchre.
Programme of Viz game South Car
olina and James Buchanan agairst Major
Anderson and General Scott.
South Carolina deals and turns up ten
cf spades (niggers General Scctt pas
ses ; James Buchanan having best bower
assists South Carolina. They play, and
the oM General, having good hand, he
draws James Buchanan's best bower, and
taking thre tricks, he euchres thecj.
Major Anderson now deals, and turns
up hearts; James Buchanan passes ; Gen.
Scott says he cancot assist the Major ;
South Carolina passes; Major; Ander
son turns down hearts reluctantly ; James
B.;char.au passes again ; Gen. Scott pas
ses again; South Carolina' passes: Maj.
Anderson makes ckAs trumps, an J says
he f !v:s ii alenz. The hand is played,
the Mrjor makes a unrch, and South Car
olina and James Buchanan are. skunked.
or ks. nr-ox, or mcvaha, is thh EtcniKPsas co-
COXTF 3TE3 KLECTIOX CASE.
- Mr. IJeMsa en-mire-l. whtit was t!i rerrfc cf tho
majon j . Do the basa ar. uawiy rig. . &
geatTu;x a the pr.oitioo that the i-.s'.f-Lr d reser
vation M'taSlia t!:o notice:! jufi? of. iLe
lcrri- ' ?
Mr. L'.bcrt fxplf iced that cruras it-? did r.c-t
taa jo i;in up". that por:: at all. T.v:y foe a J
lit. Dut. lj cntiitru so hu scat from ether r-iasons.
Mr, i; 1 ia. , Ttit docs EC, seeia i be a fair war
cf f.lA'J-'i tte qnestioa- '
Mr. 1 i-.jn said t jere were four Taints In Jlr. Dua
dy'g ca.-e, eiiber of which, if sa.net iouc:!, wero suf
Ueient to entitle i;r I), to his seat. .T&ree cf tha
rM-iint.", without eiaminiuj tho half-breed question,
bad been full easlaiacd iv tie testimony. Tho
coiimiiUse, there-fore, with.. at t;kin that ijaeiiion
icto coiiriueratien. had rermrted adreryely to the
f.Tyr cf thj'tcUti-.Ker. Kut for him'el.'lie had so
he:-itaney in cayia.? that ho dii not beicive the peo
ple npen thstrccrvation tad a right ta Tofe.
Mr. Uelden thao eo:aineueeda tjoth upon ths
report, but without ccneludic, gaTeawy,Dd the
Council cdj'jurccd to eix o'elo' k.
. . , , , ..
Couj-cll iact peMuaat ta tuljourcincat. "
Mr. UA&eu resumed his remarks, holding that the
half-breed tract had eea.'ed to be a reservation, and
was hut under the jurisdiction ofNwbraiika.
Mr Ti?ro.N- M :
i Jfr. President, the gentleman from Dougla?, (Mr.
Eeldea)ha5 closed his anient nnd highly de
ciaiaator rpeech by exclaiming, 'Ood forbid thnt
I should bs so wrapped vp in lay party as to be un
able ta appreciate evidence." L have only to say in
reply that it is unnrce?ary for the gentleman to in
voke Ilearen'a protection against such ft groat ca
lamity, for in fact there is not enongh of his - party
leftiu wrbu-b. to wrap himstlf.
When I cr.me tNetnaha county as a resident, I
found this half-breed reservation generally regard
ed as excluded from the litnius of .Nebraska Territo
ry. Did I ask as to the locality in which land3 were
subject to pre-eraplloE, 1 wti informed, "acy place
In the conn' outside tba half-breed reservation."
Did I 0 into acourt, I was liable to bear a motion
to quash en icdictujent because ths erima as charg
ed w;;s cciDffiitted within tho half-breed reserration.
Did 1 havo access to a grand jury room, I m;ght nd
an informant refused ft hearing because the r.ct
complained of.waseoiEroiteJ on the half-breed res
ervation. Did letter the commissioners court, the
resolution might be to rescind a former order for
establishing a voting precinct on the reservation.
Did I ask the asseaw as to the field of his opera
tion, tho anafferwas, promptly given, any place in
Neamfca county outside of the half-breed reserva
tion. Did I ask tho treasurer of urhoin he collect
ed taxj?,his reply would bo, tho only persons liable
to taxation, are those aBsesscd outside of the reserva
tion. Did a prisoner pass cjong the strsets, curiosi
ty could occasionallybe gratified bv the intelligence
that ho was on his way to Nebraska City, to be tri
ed fcr depredations committed npoa the timber upon
tp. "nervation. Did I enquire far tho school facil
ities of this ew-inp tribe of people, the answer was,
'no such thing as flcc' h" seem t j Lara hcen origia
ally thought of in connection ith' this tracts cono
iave ever been provided, a3 is cnstomar ?a Territo
ries oceupioi by whites." ; The ' boisterous1 crefT
were perhaps engaged in denouncing the President
or tne united btates, for having ordered the. mar
ahull to-eject the trespassers from this peculiar
district. : "'.-.
If I locked for the boundaries of Richardson coun
ty 83 defined by tho proclamation of a Democratic
Governor in 1854, 1 found them designated outside
of tho half-breed reservation. -J
Did I look for tha basis cf representation when
the first legislature was elqcted, I fodnd ono hun
dred ani hfty-two whites on the reservation deduct
ed frcia the whola number of the population, and
representatives assigned outside of .the reservation
Did I look for a repetition of tho act, I found that
in tho Ecxt year when the voters were enumerated
in order to arsiirn members cf the legislature, five
votes from the Nemaha side of the reservation, and
twelve from tho Uiebardscn side, were deducted, and
on tiio basis cf tne balance, councilmen were assizn
ed. So that I am not by law allowed to represent
those fire unfortunant mon on tho Nemaha reserve.
Did I desire to see what view the depart ment at
Washington bad taken of the question. I was refer
red to a letter of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
uaieu. .-larcn, loot), m wnicn ne saia, tne tract js
placed ''in thecitaloguo of lands to which tbelndi
an title is not extinguished, and further, that it
is guarded by an act of Congress which "authorizes
the i'resuient to expel them (whites) - by " forco if
necessary From settling in the Indian country."
"And that the tract in question should be kepi aa
reserved according to tao intention of tha parties,
unui me rresmem enau uavo tuny 'executed the
trust confided to him." If not satisfied with this
decision, and I asked for a Congressional rocord on
the fubject,' I was refercd to the contested casd of
Bennett and Chapman, in which a Democratic Con
gress gavo Chapman the seat by excluding the vote
from tho reservation.' And also, to a report of the
Hon. Alexander II. Stevens, of Georgia ,ia which ho
cock me earns position ia ins famous report.
' Desirous now to know what ground is occupied on
the snbieet in the onracie act. I turn to tha first
scctien of that instrument, and there read that, all
territory is "excepted out ot tho boundaries ' of ISe
brnska, whioh "is not without the consent of said
tribe to be included within the Territorial limit3 or
jurisdiction of any State or Territory." , . .
From this I infer, that if I find iu tho origia'nal
treaty a provision s bowing that thesa half-breed3
are holding at tho will of the general government
then tuo government may include them in'the Ter
ritory without their consent. Or, if I find that their
term of occupancy had expired, at tho dato cf the
organic act, in that event they might be annexed
without their consent. '
From the treaty of Prairi j ia Chine, in 1830, I
leara that this tract of couu try, was "bestowed" up
on them, by tho Omaha?, Iorras, and Oioes, for
themselves ana in behalf of the Yanc ton and Santeo
bands cf Sioux.". I3nt how bestowed? Lestowed
in such manner as that 'the president of tho United
States may hereafter assign to any of said half
breeds, tp be )ic!d by him or. theniinfea simple, any
portion of said tract not exceeding a soction of 640
acres to each individual. The President beeomes
the trustee and accepts tho trust under the treaty.
But how shall they hold till they demand their por
tions in fee simple ? In common, of course. When
the President allot3 be will convey to them what
they are entitled to no mote. nor no less. But it
will be a titlo in fee simple. Then it stands to rea
son that their consolidated title as an entity,, is' at
least as good as in severalty. So while they were
holding in common, their titlo was equal to a fee
eimple.and they could not be annexed without their
consent. This was their condition when the organ
ic act passed Congress. , No man ever claimed no
man now claims, that they gava that con?entr and
were by virtue of it included therein. Whilo in
common, the Indian title might havo been extin
guished by treaty, or an act cf Congress, or procla
mation of tho President, (they consenting, but no
Such public act has been performed. The only
change that has occurred is that tho Presideet ha3
been allotting tracts in somo eases, and confirming a
few titles. But docs an allotment, cf itself, imply
annexation to Nebraska ? Certainly not, for allot
ments might hava taken place before tho Territory
was organized, and might have beeu operatives bo
fore aetata touched their boundary either east or
west. 1 contend that if tho mere fact of holding a
fee simple title on that reservation admits to full
citizensbipin Nebraska Territory, then Betters-on
that tract have ability, by soma magical power, to
lay hold of tho nett work of Nebraska Legislation
and draw it over, and etako it dawn around their
farms, passing around all unalloted tracts or claims
belonging to minor ha!f-brcd3.
1 can very easily suppose a casa ia which tho ora
ciprtcnt doctrine of allotments would ba plausible
and fair. Supposing there was an addenda to the
treaty, in these word, "provided, moreover, that aa
aocii as these lands, being allotted, shall pass into
tho hands of persons entitle! to vote, such persons
shall bs admitted to the polls of preciats established
by the caur.ty immediately wes of them," then tho
tiffl would bo a plain one, and there could bo no
cfcrubfc. Z?ut although men go npon this presump
tion, no such act or provision ever ' was enacted. In
tho cent estnat's petition, hobnly. claims that tho
work of allotment began in 1S39, and tho most
therefore that gsntleraan should claim i.', that tha
title is in process of extinguishment. The treasurer
of Itichardfon county says npon oath, that not mora
than one out of ten of the whites on tho reservation
have ever paid taxes, and that a part cf thos-o pay
ing, did itbeeausethey thoughtit would helptbeir
title, and doubting his authority, he Dcver attempt
ed to force collections. There is, therefore, neither
law nor custom for taxing theso people, for while
Ricbardon assesses thm, Nemaha docs not. Sino
the condition cf the reservation is eo peculiar, I will
join ia a nicmmorinl to Congress calling oa that
body to pass an act of annexation as soon as may be,
or ask tho President for an early proclamation, as
soanas ho beleive his trust is fu'.tiilcd. While I
admit fiat ia many thing Richardson county has
gone on tho presumption thatsho had anthority on
the rescrvali .n. yet I deny that she can bind the oth
er counties by her actions. ,
Mr. IYe;ider.t,inee the com rr.it tee, reporting in
favor cf Mr. Dundy, has not taken any notice ot this
reservation in coming to thtir conclusion,. I only
hare exarnir.ed it because the opposition, havo do
ma tided its investigation. I fcow i-jr-e aro boa est
mi.T on that tract who tbi:ii. thy lure im risht to
votc.a-i others e-yial'y hr-ncst witp thiok diierent
ly, and I hopo before ansther iraporUiit election, we
jiwy bare an oSkial dd.'L-.:ion.
Hon. S. G. Daily will please accept
cur thanks for continued and valuable doc
umentary f - v:
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Her. A. S. Uillicgd will preach in NcmahaC y
r xt Sabbath at 2 ) t-2 a. sr.,End ia the Presbyt; .a
Church cf thi 3 city at 5 1-3 p. H.
Pev II. Kurch will preach at the Ccngregat'v : al
Church next SiMsi at 10 1-2 A. sr. and 6 1-2 P. St.
The Yellow Hansemond,
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Ravinit the aponcj- for Mr. Tenbsook in this local
ity, I will be prepared to furnish plant by wholesale
and retail ani at rdnceil rates early ia the Spricgt.
iy ORDERS SOU CITED. ,
.- ; . . R. w. fctivaS ,
Feb 1S51 ' . J5rcwnville, Nebraska.
- ' 1 ' i -'' Nemaha Land OiBjff,
. ,' . Erownville, Nebraska, Jan. SO, ISi
- To John "W. i?ackus. Jacob Trammcll, Aaron C.
Kelly, Thomas E. Russell, John L. McKeo, John W.
Evans, John Lardent, William Cobb, Andrew Shaf
fer, Sichohn Shideg'jer, John Wonell,1 Aaron D.
ilcMahcn, James Iliinnou, and David Lockwood : .
. You are hereby notified to appear at tha Land Of
fice at Brownvilla N. T.,within thirty days from the
date of this notice, and make additional proof in re
lation to your pre-emption entries, in accordance
with instructions from tho Commissioner of the Gen
eral l and Odjeat Washington, i n default of which
we are authorized to tnncel said entnss. ...
O.II. NIXON, Register.
; -.- - C.tf.SlIITII. Receiver.
. ; . Estray. Notice.
'U ' Territory"! Nebraska
r Nemaha County
Personally abpeared before mo Robert E. Gibbs,
who, being duly sworn, deposes and says that he did
on tho I6thdayof Jan a p 1861, tako up a certain
pony mare of the following description, to wit : of
tho medium size, raj color, no brands os mark3 vi
sible, supposed to bo nine or ten year3 old. Saia
estray was on his premises at tho time, taken up in
lownsmp a ana range li oi tins county.
- . ROBERT E RTTtn.
" Sworn to and subscribed' befora mo on this 21st
day of January a D 1381. - ' - ' '
( rb- :.i K v. S. L. COLLINS. J. P,
We, the underslgnod .having been duly appointed
and sworn, do hereby appraise tho above estrayat
The above were appointed and sworn by me this
.its; aay oi January a Distil - --
n29-3w S. L. COLLINS , J. P.
LARD AND BUTTER.
"Being desirous to buy ,
' BUTTER .AND LARD,
Wa will give 10 cents per pound for nice lard, and 20
cents per pound for nice fr sh butter, delivered at
our store, payable in goods. We will take alb of
cither brought us until the 20th of February 1801
Jan 19 D. J. MARTIN & CO.
1 PEASE & FOWLER, ;
,; . . . wator otxoot,
1 Tlave recently located in tali placi and solicit a shara
of public patronage. Their -5-ork and prices cannot fail
togrve satisfaction. Prices for bhoeing horses $1.60
for shoeing all round with new shoes. Dec. 30; 3m
r ot -
Petition to sell land
Joseph Schiita, Administrator of
George Englehardt, deceased
, -'John Philip Englehardt
To John Philip EQRlchardt and the unknown heirs aDd
legal representatives of George Fnglehardt deceased
You are hereby informed that on the 12th day of Janu
ary 1881. 6aid administrator filed his petition In the
Probate Court of Nemaha county, Nebraska Territory
me object anu, prayer or wmca petition ts, to obtain an
on'er of said court for the sale of the following real eB
tato of which the said George Englehardt died seized to
pay the debts of said deoedeut, to wit: the north half of
the south west quarter of section eighteen township five
range thirteen, ftemaha county, Nebraska Terrrtory
Notice is hereby given to all persons concerned that
February 23d 1801, at 10 o'cloclr a M is the time set for
hearing eald application at-the orflce of the Probate
Judge in Brownvilla in said county, whero all persons
interested may attend and thow cause why an order
should hot be granted to said administrator for -the sale
of said real estate.'
Witness my hand and seal this 14th day of January a
PIS6I1 . . ,C. W. WHEELER, Probate Judge.
Ordered that the above to published six consecutive
weeks. .; ,- . ; . .-; : , . c23
A N 1)
BTiOWNVILLE. NFHH RK A
Main,-Between Lev?e and First Streets.''
Particular attention given to tlac
FnrcHsasc and Sale ofRcal
c . Estate, Maliiiug Col- . . -i
" IcctioES and
Payment of Taxes for Xon-Resl-
.-: t, 1 dents.-- , '. 'i
LAND W ARRANTS FOR SALK, for cash and on
time. .. ... ' " , - . , -
LAND WARRANTS LOCATED for Eastern Cap
itol ists, on land3 selected from personal examination,
and-a complete, Township .Map, showing-Streams,
Timber, ic, forwarded with the Certificate of loca
tion. ' ' i-
Lrownville.N.T. Jan. 3, 1331. yl
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S. It. Urb ui,
Jlr. JI. K. Ecbir.son,
J. A. raticn.
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W. O. Eiton.
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Our special New Tear's Gift tc our readerj is a
bril.iant new novelett, catitled
THE NICHE IN TIIK WALL
A TALU 0? L0UISIA1TA.
BY DB. J. II. ROBINSON. ...
T;e rpeaing chapter of which appear in The Mexcc
R for January bih, 1SS1,
WiliiamsenH.W Cobb) Civil action. District Court
vs; Nemaha County, Territory
Gurdio H. Wilcox. ) .of .Nebraska. , '
The said defendant Gurdin II. Wilcox.in tho Ter
ritory of Kansas; will take'notico that on tho 2Uh
day of Sffpteinbcr; iSOOaid plainti if Williamson li W
Lobb die file h-s petition m laid lUstnct Ccurt, In
and fofsaid County of Nemaha, together with his
affidavit for aa attachment in the above named ac
tion, and caused ajunnuon3 and an order of attach
ment to be Issued thereon against said defendant.
That the sheriff of -said county, by virtue of said
order, on said 21th day of September, according to
law attached the following as ' tfee property ct tje
sai-I defendant, to wit: the undivided haifptrt of
lotAo. 4 of bouth east fractional quarter and south
west quarter of south east fractional quarter of sec
tion lt,townshipNo. b, north tf rango 1G, east i.f
the 6 th principal meridian, in Nemaha county, Neb
raska Territory, all containing 34 acres more or less.
That tho objeet and nrnvcr of which said petition is
to obtain a judgment against said defendant in fav
or of said plaintifffor thesuin of $200 CO. with inter
est from August 2ith, IS59, and for the further sum
of $30 09 with interest from the "saino dato for mo
ney collected by said defendant, as agent for said
plaintiff, of ono Thomas Mackey. and which said
money sai i defendant neglects and refuses U pay to
said plaintiff. That the said defer. Jr.nt ii hero'oy
required to appear and arswer or demur to said rc-
tition on or beiore tho ISth day rf 1 t trnarv.1301.
' ' JOIIXSWi A SCu'lENi'EITT, .1 .
Jan. 3. 4w-$I3 " PeaiutiJ'Atfys.
, . I VU,KU,-'v,Ka.iluaiWl..Ii(Wl.U
The Lchsiiiuus Icci. a Brecuenndire 1 .t. t.. t ..1 r . . . . .
.... ' . uik lat'iiiuvir irc-ia iiaiiaon county s.i me
orau u'irui u;e law causnaiu. says u.ai i x .
; "ii is litnc 10 cease fratiug- about the fan- un Legidature ha5 been ouited by )
' aiicisio of the A'crthern pulpit, ivl.ea we Mr. I.arsii, who conicste-J his sent, Vvc 1
- una cifrfrytiien pr-xyin to ucd arc not nd vised as to tno poiiits nnoa
which lhe case f irncd.
Dwarf Broomcorn Seed.
Tie nndpr-,iiriiHl ofTf- ve.v debirahl variety of
Dwarf Broom corn fed for sale, the stulks t wbich,
on an averaTe.are not raoro thn II ii:CJ to two?ct
biiJh to the brush, and tfc hrusti i ct abotit the atvi
tenet b thr-irbole plant beir? only three or four fc-frt
h:f'j. Tl:e ti-im is far tuperior to tbe oid tsil variety
btiiis ri'it-h finer In fihrc and much ruro elastic. 1'
miHyieid fu;iy twico tbe anion ut f trin iu from a
a-re f tand Uiin the old tall variety rio-i. scc-ua?
f i; dwarf-hMi it bears cb?erp!anti:r. fi.iwiii re
Kict the severest kror:n, ud l?r.e-. t-r t-Iwn down. lite
bru-U in wrupred x;p about b.i if its leuihin the U.p
Int. wht-n oh dates it fro-pt ber.Uiui: ,di.w;i4 and cuiit
quemly aecpi. the hrci.rM sir.-tiphi TVtfd-rirf vsn:
wi1: pr-ive indier.till ail vuitiv.-uis. u.is vaiu.h'e
n.p. Prii-e3J tvnt k j.fr -ut)'P .a. trt . v- SJJ er Hi.
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AN ACT m
To authorize the County -Commissioners
of Nemaha County to rc-Ievy the
Taxes of said County for ths year 1SG0.
Stc. 1. He it enacted by ths Council and Home of
Representative of the Territory of Nebraska, That
the Bhcriff of Xetua ha county, either in person or by
deputy, is hereby directed to com pi etc the assessment
list of said county fur the year 1300, so as to embrace as
nearly as possible ail the real and perwsial- property of
said county, subject to taxation, and nuike return of the
same ou or before the Qnt Honday of M.irch, 1361.
Sec. 2. The commissioners of saidcuunty, or a maj
ority of thera, together with tha assesnor, Ehall consti
tute aboard of equalization for aid county, ar.il shall1
hold a selon of at least three day, commencing on the
first .Monday in .March next, at the county seat, for the
purpose of correcting the assessment roll in saidcouuty,
ia accordance with the provisions of tha 2Dth section of
an act entitled "An act to provide for the valuation and
assessment of the real and personal prffperty, and for
the levying and collection of tnxes in the Territory of
Xebraska, approved Xov. 1, ljod "
Sec. 3. The board of county commUsionars of said
county shallimmediately, after tbe board of equalisa
tion has an.-en, proceed to levy the taxes for the year
I860, according to the provisions of tbe present revenue
laws of the Territory, Provided, however, that the air
gresate amount of the territorial tax for lSO shall not
bele(3 than the amount reported to tbe territorial au
ditors duo from said county by the former assessment
and levy for the year 1SS0.
Sec. 4. As soon as practicable after the taxes aro le
vied, the county cierk shall make out a tax list in ac
cordance with the provisions of the 31st section of the
preseut revenue law of the territory of Xebraska, and
deliver the same t the county treasurer oa or before
the first Monday in April next.
Sec. 6. The couuiy treasurer shall thenimmdeiately
proceed to the collection of taxes at his iilice at the
county seat, and all taxes not paid on the first day of
June next hall bc-ome delinquent, and ten percent.
penalty shall be adJud thereto, together with Interest at
the rate of ten per cent, per annum from the date or such
delinquency until paid, and the further proceedings in
the collection of the taxes Khali bo governed by the re
venue laws of this territory then in force.
SEC. 6. Any person having pai 1 taxes in the county of
Xemaha for the yenr 1300 shall be entitled to a credit
for lhe full amount so paid, to be applied to the taxes
assessed and levied against said person by the levy pro
vided for in this act, and if it 6hall be ascertained on
presentation of hi? receipt for tbe taxes paid for the
year 1560. that he has paid a greater imount than shall
be du j from him for the taxes for the year 1800, accor
ding to the tax list made according to the provisions of
this act, then tue treasurer of said county shall refund
to 6aoh person the excels so paid, and la all cus.-s where
the taxes levied according to the provisions of this act.
against anj person, are greater than the amount he may
havo paid ou the former icvy, his receipt for the amour t
so paid shall be good and sufficient for that amoui.t, and
he only be required to pay the balance according ta the
provistonscf this set.
Sec. 7. Aasooa as the commissioners of said conntv
shall receive certified copy of this act, they shall have
the same published in the newspapers of the eonnty to
at least three successive week.
Sec. t . When the tax list for the year 1360, made ac
cording to tne provisions of this aet, than be placed in
the hand of the treisurer he shali collect no mure taxes
on the former list made for rhe same year.
sec. . loe compensation of o.'Th-crs of the county
performing ineauties serein required shall bo the same
as forstmiiar service?, according to the Uwssf the ter
ritory, in force at Ifcetlme, regulating tbe fees lu such
Cases made artd profiled.
Sec. 10 This act to bo ia fores from and after its
Approved Janmryl. 1861.
Having carefully compared the forcjolp with the
original rolls now on file in my cKIce, I certify that It is
a true and correct transcript from the sama.
Ia testimony whereof. witnes my hind and
L. S. the great sealof the Territory of Xebraska
Doiio at Omaha ca this tbe 6;h day of January, 1S61.
" J. S. liiOitTOX,
. . Secretary of the Terrtory of Xebraska.
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notice of d.icaia Wo
tention, til! tooja'a to b-:
tiosi ihoaM never bo cc-s'ectrd.
ba cia?si5ed un-ter twu cauin : y
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diacajes, aticu whh-h nre Apoplexy,
mantra, ar.it aw ier,rue ui.sea.sea. la
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neatiuct rctaotaa-s com ;non sj;h.-ri!
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i.iuiu-.k.iuei.i f-iijiicai erierTic", aid is c,l
stances i t oo tacs on s.'oniy, hcraht;d by
ofspintsoracerbifyof tcr?:-cr. In m-$t li-Z
tho fain t.s ia tha front of the head, over ossork
thisel.i-s tr.ayai.--o be naui .Vr-nr.-
ractior.s. Di'oiucsof ihe heart t.er.wr-.
attended with fccidaoht-s; Artrtr;.. v
ae. J.l'or-atnie n.-nJache i!.irr?.. ,
V 131 r...
lor th treafment .f cither c!mj of IIc-vIs.-U
Cephalic Pills haTebcen fouad a 3nf and su-ar
edy,rellvinTthe mcFtccutc painj in s few ai:
t?s, and by its subtle power eradumtins th dliu,
c f which hcad,iche is tha unerrb iaJei.
rniiVJET. JJr.ssuj wants jn to end ri.Tl,-ii'
Jepbnlh' Irla. r.o, a beetle cfl'rrpr red lil!5; bat!
.ta thinking that's just itmichr; bat rerha'iurr
beaftuer snowing w.iat it ia. Ye saj sh
and gono with trie fciok lUn,
moro f tr
n una wani ir
at snmo as re'aived tcr U-fore.
Drii'jjiat. Voa must mean Pruliij-'i
Lrid-jct Cch ! sure now and yca've red it, fcert
tbe quarther and glv me tha Pills, doa't be
dy uLout itaither,
ConslIpallOsi or Coslivcncs?.
No one of the many S??b u aoir to" ii so j
vaient, so little understood, and so mueh nc-lwij
as Costiveae3. Often ori -Inatir ia carelei-ji-a
or sedentary habits, it is regarded as a slijhi d 'ar
der of too little cen.scqucnco toe.tci: anxiety, i;'
in reality it j th.? precursor and cpania of rs
of the most fatal and Uancroas diseas, anim
lc3 early eradicated, it wid brir-ihcsyf.'nrvn
untimelj grave. Among the lig'i tcr criljofwba
costivcnc.js is the usual attcnd.u t areUihbi
Colic, Kheimati.ni. Foul Ureal h, ?i' and o:bt ,
of like nature, while a long train ffri-hT -ii i'.m
tea such aj Malignant Fevers, Abceses. Dscarerj
Diarrbcoa. Dy?pct si. Apoplexy. rirsy,Fan:TM,
iiysu.-ria, jiypteDooariasis, Jieiaa-iutii-y ana imui
ty, first indicate theirprcsenco ia the system by tij
alarming symptom. Not anfrequentiy thdif
ramcd origicate ia Conslipation, birt take oa ia
dependent exr.stoaee unless ihq caa;e is tiviln
ia an e ariy st.ige. Frsra all these esnsideratio i
follows that the disorder should rw-eirs imrsu
attention whenever it occur., and n person th:ii
neglect to get a box of Cephalic Fills cn the U
appearance cf tho complaint, as their tlas".'j w
will expel theiosiJuous arproac'icj (,f d.jeaio, ani
destroy thisdangerousfue to human !.':.
A Real Llcsslaff.
Pliyiician. YTel.,Mrs. Jones, hew 3 tLatb'ii
ache? Sir. Jonc. Gone! Doctor, all ;:cna ! the pi
you sent cured me in just twenty rainu.es, ai I
Wih you woUid send his.re ao that I caa hars U:i
J'h ffiriftn." -Tea can pot thra ai any Prajg-Vs
Cull for Cephalic 1'iir. I find they nover fait, ail I
rccemmcn I theaiin all cases of headache.
ilrti. Jont. I shall )?end for a tox directly, tA
shall tellali aysuTering friends, far they ares rtd
Oce Cory for One Te.?.r,
Three Copies for Or. Tear
Five Opies for otie year .
I'icrht CoppEes f or On'j Year
TweIreCpies for On ? Twir
Sixteen Copies ror Ona Tear
PSZ21IiJH3 F02 GUniHQ TJ? CL'JSS.
Three. Five, BightrTelve orStiten copi mate a
Club. To every person netting up a Ciub of Three ar;d
remitting $3 00 ; or a C-j'j cf Fie and ramittin? $7.60;
or a Cabot Eight tsd remitiina $10 CC ; we w.i sfnd
graiii, our s j tcadid ifEi!ZOTliT or an ALBl'if, at tha
choice of the person getting r? tbe Cob. To evtrr pc
.n geitir up a Cr.b of Twere aai retnittin? $15 WO;
wewiZ send fither an eslrsccpy of the Magazine fur
If 11, or the Mezzotint or fbum as the remitter miy
prefer. " To every persaJi fef "ing i;p a Cii.a r! feix;cen
and reiniitlua $.3 t0 w ii7siii lhe MozzotirH or Al
bum and, tlo aa extra c:py f.r H'fil.
CII.VI1LK3 J. ;
A'o. 0C6 CAMfntif Sirett, Phuatie.lpM.
Jt3" -t" Tost-.VUwter Coiu'tuaie-1 isat, A ci
Bjeii s-eiit when Pctired. . :
Johu C.DcTiscr, Pi?. I A'vroredce Joba, J. I', cf
ri. V Ntisahu CouEty, 'ehri.k
J. II. VcKarny.HtS". ) Territcry.
On the 6th day t-f L'ocember, A. I). IS'O. said Ja3tice
issued an order tfAttacbiantio tha abiva aeuoa,
f-j the stun of ninc-tv-iivedrdhirs.
. JIEWETT A TIIOiIAS,AU's fo.-ITCT.
J 'SHERIFF'S SALE.
Saa Fransistio Town Couiriny, Joha B. Tyson and
; Jt-Jcph iluliand,
By virtuo of an order nwde by the District Court
of Nemaha County, Neb. Ter., ct tho September
Terra thereof, ISoO, in the a!;vo entitled camo, and
to mo directed to ba executed1 I fhal! r.Ccr lor sale
at public vendo, at the door o'f tho Iluuse where
said Cjurt was hell last, at Erownville ia sai l Coun
ty, on the 6th day of February. ISol, between tho
hour cf ten o' io ;k A. M., and four 1'. II. , cf Raid
day, the f.lloiTing described pmporty to-wit : A two
Story House, ojvjn the Town Site of anFrancisco,
Situated upon the iliisouri Hirer in tho County and
Territory aforesaid. .
: J, T5. WELLS, Sherift.
r.r BE.TX. 75. TKOJIPSO.V, Deputy.
Jan. 10, 151, T.2T.i.r
Twkxtt Millions o? Dolhes saVk?. 1ft
Spaldinx baa. oId two tnil'.lnns of battles of biisa-
ebratcd 1'repared (J.'gc, and it is cs-.i mated that eti
bottle saves at least ten dollars worsh i.f trn!teah
niture, thm making nn argregiti of twesiy iti
lions of dollars reelai mod from total br tha
valuable invention. Having mad l,iClu5?
scholtl word, be now propsoi to dc- tha wor'i ''-
greater arviee by curing all tha a?:iirg a-adi !1
hisCephalia Fills, and if fhey are w gcd u h
GIuj, lle'iidaches will soon vanish an oow ia Jj
T0vrn ExcriryTtNT, and tho ncnta! esreisi
anxiety incid'-jnt to c!os attention to bainti
study, are aasong th? nurnerouj e i.aei of Serrna
Headache. Th? dijorderid state o." mini andb'
incident to thii dwtre.'sing complaint ' a U'
blow to ail pnerjy and arabi;ion. SuSercrsby
"f fn.ru th i
thi Cephalic PL
disorder can always obtain. rpJ
tresing atta-ks br UMngone o:
near. Itqhiets'he gw
whenever the svmr.ronu an
tasked brain, and soothes the strai.icd andjrr:rj
nerves, and f(r!ai tfc k-siin f f tb.gosnacb'
alway.9 .vcrnpanF3san.l aggravates th dlso.'itH
condition of the brain.
I ills ar a certain rnrn f., '.r.'t .. V.:'.'
rlendioiiA, Nervous Hei.!.H'he, Costireawacd C'f
AND JOUU.VAL OF RU2AL ART.
Edited l7 PHTEH B. HEAD.
A new rolnme of this standard and favorite periodical
h.-'Kins with January liol.
The numerous ar.d beautiful illustrations
Comhiia to render this one cf the cheapest and tnct
vsiaa?le worLs cq eiliier .!? tho Atlantic.
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One eo;y cne year payable in advir.ee . - $2
v ur o pies. one year -
S. c-4'U-s for $9 and a eery to t-e fcitcr ujof ihe c
tDITIO.X V.'ITII COLOrtED PLATES.
0-!C cr-py one year, jnyat'e la advance
Fjur ixijhcs ne yfar - - - .
C- M. SAXTON 2c BARKER,
No. L'o, Paf !c Row, Nnv York.
H. A. TE11I1Y,
Of all Li:
h, for ialc at this
Wholesale an! Rdail
Garden, Field mid rio;Tcr cot2i,
" ' AZ.50
' C2AI- vis u, czzzzzzzzizr-,
Carraiita, Kapberries, Dlackbrre3,
Ilotei. and Orncinnlax ShruLt-iry Gtntrr.Vt'j.
CltLSCENT CITY, IOWA.
nervous vi sad acn
By th n-c r.f !hr Piltj the per;-.Uc aftscss of Tt
on or Sick lliad'iche- d.jj be prevent e-1 ; ami if
it the coniiiu-' cptm-ut t.f an arutk iauielita rt
from pain airl -ie4 will he i'-tinvj. ;
They sel'l 'Oi fail in reni ivi'u the Xautei aal
ache tu which f-na; re imO.cct.
They Kt pt-nuy cp-jn tiie Lowe: retioviag Co-
F-r Li'f trurri yrert. F'nilcv.tr, Tel.. a
all prrs. ns f f-f ntnt'i 4i.'a tty ate va-uaS:
Laxative. i'-;,--.-Tirnr the ej,r-rrire, f.vir? tr".e
ffr the S:?.-tiv (.rpar:. ar-l roi r :,- tha '
eiaticitr s'reiw'h .f ts w. l. syts-ri.
ThaC2?!I Lf5 PILtSa'cti-irc-ulitf Un'iV
(ration ai l careful r c- ri-'-.r-.r.t p.t;r r'i
been in n mify yri-s. il .i?ir; hi( a rjn
preveu'e l i.v.l r:;o-. t ! a vast ra..':r.t -it c.:
jenn rrora i..c!:e, r.c:her or:.-.it.ata
t (system tr from a !c"-:; -.J !.iie f tieiJ'nJt j
Theyr eniirj y t;uwi in the.r cr.;-"!"'A"m, a
ra;iy be taken at aii.: unpt w.fti j-erfect tr.,u'
t'!V l.rinrup of .lift. !i-f th. c, tt of ' f jt
ar cable S-tt nudtri it emj to ai-xii'Mes t'
?:jwar'of coutiierfeii? !
tine lav ttvo f iiut ur& cf lli.ry C
on i- l bi.
S.M tij lr-.l--f r.t alt o'
A box wiii r-.c iMit by ir;.i i t j
Tin, -.r h 51 r-.
K. P.. B afrl-l carln srrU C"nt;a'!r r;j
hir-'I at.) h.r At 'ha 'i.w.rt rlot
.1 or.rsh.uiil b a.'
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