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F-RE A D.V E Pt'JISEll.
BIUHYSYILTE, SATCRDAT, JAN. 3, lS6t.
: - Btate. of Nebraska.
' . The advantages, and importance of a
Stato forra cf gcrerniaenvis again being
discussed in. various quarters. ; Front
private letters frcrn Wtishrngton,'' we
larn that the Chairman of the Committee
on Territories, will report a bill to the
House, recommending that an enabling
ect be passed to allow the Territories of
Ktbraska and Colorado to forra State
Constitutions preparatory To being admit
ted into the Union.
' We apprehend there will be. little dif
ference of opinion nmong.the citizens of
Nebraska on this subject. . A large ma
jority were in favor of its being admitted
several years ago, but it was then found
impracticable. ' . ;
; There is but one argumenjt of any tm
ponance against it, and . that is that the
expences of -the' Legislature; amounting
$20,000 per ;arjnum,'now paid by the
'General Government, would have, to be
paid by the people of the Slate. But
this would be far more, than counterbal
anced by other benefits derived. The
"emigration to a new State has always
been four limes as large as that to the
same place while it was a Territory. A
different class cf. emigrants settle in new
States.'-- Capital,- it is said, "is always
timed,'1, and but little finds .its way into
Territories, 4 The Pioneers of the West!
are; mostly, men who .lave . nothing but
their, brawny arms and iron will, deter
mined to improve their'1 fortunes by
braving all the hardships ' and privations
cf 'the frotier. They drive offthe. 6ava
ges and wild beast; trample down the
Laxel-Jbrush and .thorns; erect school
houses and churches; build bridges !ahd
make roads ;, open farms, plant orchards,
and cause the wilderness to bloom like
the rose.'. v hen this is cone a xnore
refined class of people begin to arrive ;
-there is more stability,-! and capital ven
tures where more profitable investments'
can be made than in ' the over-crowded
East. As soon as a Slate' Government is
formed capitalists! consider it safe to lo
cate in a new' country. No natural ad-,
vantage has ever induced a very large
Besides the., advantages, of increased
iinijiration is that cf the donation, as soon
as a State is. formed, of lands for rail
roads and for 'schools, v- Any number of
branches of the' Pacific railroad, running
from all the most important points on the
Missouri River -to a common centre in
the interior wilbin'a very' few years be
necessary : "and .the sooner we receive
donations of land, from Government to
I : i- i ..... ,
aid in their construction before it is jail
taken up by speculators the better. v.
' As to the pitiful sura of $20,000 an
nually donated, by Government for -our
Legislative expenses; it will not be half
equal to the per cent.' we will receive
fromahe.sale of public lands within the
next five years, if admitted, as a' State.
The Leslslalare. ' ' :r
We have lately received 'letters from
about half the members of .the Council.
Alliprofess to be, .opposed to meeting in
Legislative capacity this winter, unless
called in extra, session by the Governor j
but. a number propose to go to Omaha at
the time appointed for the Legislature to
nieet seme for one pretext and tome for
another. ' There Js little'doubt that a few
of the, members are 'anxious for some
excusa to meet and hold 'a session this
winter; yet we think public opinion is
so -strongly opposed that no one : will
openly advocate it.' It. is believed;by
many that the members from Douglas
cannot be trusted t, 'that; they are in favor
of holding a full session j'-tutfrom all we
hare seen and heard fromJ there, we be-:
lieve they are honest and earnest in op-'
position to it.- ' , ; ,
'Some. say thereis now a great neces-.
ritv fcr meeting :. that the Governor de
i . i j . . . -. . . . -
eires certain measures accomplished,'.. Jf.
so, let him call a epecial session for special
purposes, but ir 'no-case 111 themembers
viaiate -their nledtres to' the neonle."
V - .7
The Land Officers are now, for the first
time fcf rnany months? busy in attending
to the business of theiYcfjices. The pro
visions cf the Kpiaestea4-,LaV went into
operation on' New Years day,' since
which time there has been a rush to take
advantage , of its benefits. There may
not be a very large1 emigration here un
til after the war is fever, ye l settlers will
be' constantly coming from henceforth. -No
person who desires to, take the
benefit cf the Homestead Law by settling
in 1 Nebfastca,. . shuuli rd$!ay one day in
coming and. selecting. his. land. Though
the :6oil of this Territory "within two hun
dred miles of the RiveriV all ,very ferV
i ... '''-, ......
tilenot a barren, or "worthless acre to
be found yet there-are other circum
etan'cei: thai make t some- jibrtions more
detirable thanxthersj: The first to coins
will be the first served .Those who de
lay fcr. several years, though they , nay.
eccure-homes here they can raise crcps
that cann)t'be:surps-s$ed; cf corn, wheat,
tobacco.. hemp, sorgum, f.ax.pctatoes.'and
all; manner cf garden vegetables, &c.
&c.v and though , they may have .csUle;
hogs, and ihep equal-to Eny.in'Atneri
ta; -yet they must content thero.selres
with land farther frcrn ihs river, farther
f rora goodjcadtwknd gooi-market f :ivih
but little or no timber, and farther from
all known mines of stone coal. The land
in tho vicinity of timber or of salt springs
will be rapidly takn up., f - v
A soon as the war i ort r, thexraain
trunk and several of the branches of the
Pacific RailroaoJ will be commenced ; and
all who then hate farms open may con
fidently expect to repp the benefits of a
market for grcin, beef, fruit, and all
kinds of farm prodace, equal to any west
of the Alleghany Mountains. Kven now
there is no placo in the West where the
products of the farm sell as high as they
do in the western portions of -Nebraskar
In the counties 'Ij'ing on tjjs ; head waers
cf the Big and Little Blue, corn has nver
sold for less lhan75 cents' per bushel and
sometimes it is as' high ' as S4, and for
years to come, rio matter how low it may
be ' in' the . States, the. demand at the
Mines of Colorado - will .ensure a. high
price to all that .is raised. here. ;
Bnrnslde's Candor. ,
A few days go-Ui Democratic tapers
especially , that I cltss-ubaf' lean'? -toward
secessionism, from the New YoVk- World
and St.' Louis j Republican down to the
, "ebraskidn, w're loud in denouncing the
President' and GeneraVHalleck, for forc
ing BurnsioV to attacl; Fredericsburgh.
That Burnside remonstrated in vain ; and
following. -his claty as a" soldier, led his
troops iclo the jaws of -certain death, &.c.-,
&c.' Burnside hat' since written a letter
to Geni Halle'ck, admitting that he moved
on Fredericksburgh against the United
advice of the President Gen. Halhck,
and. Secretary' 6r"'fetate.r 'Tiiis rebuk'e to
the journals that started .tnp falsehopd,
is severe, unless they have' lost all &ense
cf shame. . , '.-li I
. ; ;Lettc frpmr Arkansas..
., , :Ansir or .r&t Fotxe.';"
. at!? Mail, Ahkasas,
v ;pec. jo, is62. ; .:
Fbizkd, Jptsai:u.-i-The; xnanyi stiricg
events of the p3sl few days induces roe
to drop you" a line giving yon a' cursory
aecount cf affairs transpiring in this di
vision of- the Army of the Frontier. ' I
scarcely know where to begin as 'we ha e
been fighting alrnost 'every day since en
tering this part of Rebeldom. - I will
however narrow my history, of events pn
the '5th 6th 7th and Sth, inst. .; On Fii
day 5th, Gen, Blunt haying infarmaticn
that; the.- enemy, under; Geri.;Hindaian
were , advan'cmg ; through: the ' Boston
Mountains to attack us,' ordered out the
2nd Kas, under Lieut. Col. Baasett, who,
after going ' a 'feWlrniie south' xn'to ihe
mountains on ' the Cane ill 'and ' Van
Buren Road, and not meeting any Rebel
force returned to camp on Cane . Hill, de
taching my tornpany numbering fifty ruen
to remain on' the South side cf the Boston
Jloun'.tics to act ns a Picket Guard, and
resist, to the utmost, any ad vacce which
the Enemy might attempt intil the Camp
might : be alarmed - Nothing ; disturbed
the Picket until 10. or 12 o'clock, a.' mm
wheh twelve to fifteen men showed them
selves 'to he yidettes-whichl had thrown
out to .: the t So j th of j my . pain Pi eke ts ;
who: immediately cfired,. on thea e&d
arouied; my main' post, where I was in
person. I immediately formed men
to reteivV. teeth' : but after r ecorioiterini I
founi that they' had fallah baefc. ' We
then' re'post'ed our 'Videtts and waited f u
ture developments, it was fast, becoming
dark .from, an eclips .of the. moon whici
soon' becarna total and remained, dark for
two hours, the Rebels. improved the time
by silently throvving forward two Regi
ments of Infantry and two of Cavalry, in
tending :to:cut lis offytheeby surprising,
our CampV',JAll Remained quiet until
about 4, a. .m., .when about .one thousand
men attacked rne on jper nanic ana in
front.; They ,-opened -4on our little, band
from .-a. thousand ( Iinnw Rif,es.; vjYfe
were,, however,' ready to. receive; them,
and: return' their -fire, .fortunately for us
they fired rather-high, sending a thous
and( balls 'bisliing'bver "our headi"; only
wbundincrHwo of -lcnir:rhen.i: "Oulr'firb.Ve
in" better directed, killed three and
wounded; four of. jour-.assaisn, aa ,thf y
since informed .me. I-'Tbey then . pressed
upon u and Compelled "u to fall -Vack
which,!we',did' in good 'cder, disputing'
tne grounu a.uTery avauapie. point, nav
fng.in: the.rneantiuia .dispatched a .mes
senger to. ' Col. ' Cloud Commanding' the
3d. ' Brigade,1 for. reinfercemehts ' who
promptly, disatceed 'the; v bolahce cf ' the
Second to our assistance with twollow-
itz.ers. . ;' . i v i : .:.vi ! ..- ..:
; We continued i to skirmish .during the
day with" various saccess. ' When nijht
set in" we still ; kept; them; on ;he Mount
ains,' "and, iri censequened- changed the
whole Rebel plan o attack:. They leara
ed that General Heron was adratic?ng to
our askistahce. "' Hindman then conceived
the .bold 1 design cf passing: us'on our left
fisnt, and attacking Hexoc; before be sac
ceeded in joining; us; ithen -fallen-our
rear, and cut effouf retreat-, thus'beating
us in detail, la pursuine'e o 'lHts pdr
pose' they left a tmaU 'detachment -on the
mountain to hold, in check whila they ac
complished their i flank movement ; but
they met on the rriorning cf the.7th(Sun
da'while' llewas advaice sooner than
they ;' expected, who' iniiaediately gave
them, .battle. .:; - y-i ..,: f!- .!
Heron with Jess than: 4,000 men met
and held -in J check .30,000 from -early
in the morning intif?3 'clock.-'When'
our rJivisioif arrived Itercn was:well
jiih exhtutted." His sinlBitteryelch-!
d : f orth-it3 thunder-trar i eeblyagaiait
twenty well maned Rebel guns and re
minded one of the expiring strokes of an
engine when the steam is aboat exhaust
ed 'while' , the clear tones of th9 Rebel
Artillery betokened confidence of a speed 1
victory. Bat the Kansas Division arrived
on the field, at full charge, at 3 o'clock
Rabs Battery wheeled into position on
the Rebel left and the dismal scream of
the shells from Lis six Rifled guns
changed " the aspect . of the fight
Capt. Hopkins ..Battery of four guns,
which we captured from tho Rebels at
Ft:1 Wayne,' promptly wheeled into post,
eioa on the left of Rabbs Battery, and
it, too, began to send its terrible messen
gers of death into the grove iri. which tfce
traitors had taken post on a slight emm
ence, making their position one of greafTniy of. the Frontier. fi;; .'
strength, .while, we occupied eome open
farms on lower ground Allen's Battery
of Parrot guns took; position further to
the Rebel left on, our- right, arid also
opened a' terrible fire. At this time a
general advance was . made . by; all our
forces' and General Heron's Infantry for
the purpojse of dislodging . the - enemy
from the wpos, one of . the most desper
ate and unequal struggles ever witnessed
on this Continent, and I fancy. on any by
the same - number, of men..: -The inces
sant roar.cif musketry;- the x!ismal:mban
ing sound of -shell; the shrieks of the
rounded all ccinbihed to- make one of
the grandest, a's'.well' as one of th'e most
awful scenes conceivable. The Infantry
alone proved too weak to drive the Reb
els out of the grove j our Regiment iwas
then dismounted and joined. the Infantry
in the bush,' and .we were ordered to-hold
our position whichVwe did in the faceof
an : awful ' : fire until -about 1 arunseu' ' 1 It
seemed to 'me that ihere' Was not possibly
roorn' enobgh 'at1 any point, for a man to
stand and not getstruckT There is "not
a tree or bush that is not perforated with
a ball and some with. twenty yet C?ompa
ny. r'G" stood' their grouhd and not one
man wounded, .; One of our men, 'Yelkin
of mud d 3 who agisted our'-howizers;,
was! slightly -wounded ih the breast.
AboUt: sunset, burtneri wereordered out
of the woods.-'whenthe Rebels advanced
out 'xif ' the , woods for the first time, and
charged our, Batteries in very heavy
columns,. but we, opened upon them with
grape and canister and mowed them down
like. grass sending them hcvvling back to
theif hiding place's in the brush, darkness
soon after this closed the slaughter, when
we bivouacked on1 the field "ready to re
new the contest in the 'morning.
But about eleven' o'clock t. m.. Hind
man sent in a nag of truce asking an ar
mistice, for 36 ihours , for. the purpose of
burying the, dead and taking, care cf the,
wounded, General Blunt replied that he
could not grant so long a truce as he was.
ready, ito renew; the contest in half an
hour. Hindman said he thought that a
truce weald be beneficial to either army
and proposed to Blunt that -after the
truce' they each select 5,000 men and de
cide the contest in an open field and also
stated thatiie did not want-to be understopd
as. begging .a. truce, ,;: Blunt replied that
if. he yvpuldgo-put; into.an ppen field he
would ;meet-8,o6o with 5,000 and decide
the contest; h After seme ' more loud talk
Blunt -consented to a truce of ten hours,
which Hindrnan 'made use of to retreat,'
instead; of . taking csre' of.his wounded,
and ere the' time' expired Hindman' was
making tracks' towards the sunn v South
leaving, us in possession pf the field and
two thousand, dead and younded men of,
his to take care of. ; ; Sixty of, their, wound
ed diedi? the - same night; many for: the
wantccf: attention. Oar loss ih killed
and wounded is about -'800, 'our forces
engaged were abdut 7,000; ' They tod
me' tha '36,000. 1 ivlas i'' 'small estimate of
the enemy's force. ; On yesterday; th?,
second ,'ofay after' the figh.t,. I. visited all
parts or the field. The dead were gath-.
ered in heaps all along their lines which
we re about 3 miles in extent some with
their.faces blacked and mutilated, havin
met . their .death by the explosion of the
terrible shell ; some with Iheir limbs torn -
off andf -mutilated in all pact's icZ'the-by1.'
I tlxeii Svenritb' k fa'rni h6'UsV.wh)SretaV
iO "wounded rebels, a'ncf may lleaven
grant; that I may nevr.compejled .to
witness . another such' a scene..,., Their
peneral ,ad .leftj thef.poor - victirns , of
Southern delusion with nothing: to satiate
their hunger.,. .They -begged: for some-
thmg 'to )eat, I ( gave all I had- with cieV
and' I -could nbt repress the1 nivbluatary
.tear " at the ''eight 'Of such "a yasVkmount
of 'sufTerrng I aslc! whose -Jeart is's'o com-
pletely frozen, to all the better impulses
of our nature as to look upon hundreds
of . his.kind.-.wbo but a few -.hours before
were in health,. stricken suddenly down,.
the,-vitirns of :aa-unsatiable rambitioh ?
nine, tenths of:whom:said they were com-;
pelletl' per.:fbrce' to flgnit against a' gov
ernment - they- sfiIl4oved, and against ti
people. Avhbt'n they 'would still like to rcalH
brothers. The''' poor' men oF the. South'
are the subjects of( a despotism far more
tyraaical; than" ih any of the countries of
the old (World--releatless; treacherous
damaabhj. ;If ' any man wants evidence
incontestable ot an1 endless hell I say to
suet,'; visit-some of cur bloody fields and
listen to,the heartrending cry of the wid
ow and the fatheflessas they find in the
heaps of the "dead . ' th'eir 'nly hope for
support. in life! : Many sucb I have seen,
whose cry cannot reach in time, or whose
sorrows will' cererba heard by thase by
whom they .are inflicted.) .There is a fu
ture lorucl) deraun., ': ,,v:. r-n:;-- :. . j
: But'en6ugfi-of "tills. - The' loss in our
Regiment is not so very heavy, twenty
five cr thirty killed and wounded will
cover it. We aVe the only Cavalry Reg
iment that dismounted and went intof the
fight.' None . others could, as the brush
was impenetrable for Cavalry. We lost
Capt. Russell, a gallanf officer who fell,
at his' post. We can all recount narrow
escapes. " A cannon ball passed very low
over joy head and killed a horse dir ectlp
behind fne. One of my men had his gun
broken to pieces by a shell while in his
! hand,( and escaped unhurt.' Many had
balls pass through their clothes ana I
doubt whether a man was engsged who
did not feel the 'wind pf 'a" bullet. ,
'.The Kansas second is, more feared and
respected than liny.Regimedt in the Ar--
, , k . ttt nr ; '
;Capt Co. f'G('?;Kas.:Vbls.: v :)':
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES,'
Patud ai the Secvhd A ision jaf tki Tkirty-¢
,: ..fj frr'. .A.nb&Wi"' . .i';;!.! II: 1-
. . -1 PUBLISHED: Y' AUTnORItTT i a
''V ' REVENUE LAW.C&JTriUEl). ; ;
; 20. liowllLg-alloys ud biTiTarJ-4?ociri nhall pij
according to the .aumbw cif 51ej8,6r taUes bIaag
ing to or awd in thbardingorjUceto b licencod.
When in t cicwJinii; ote alloj or taiU, five dollars
for fach liceue ; and wheq excedioj oaeaiiej or
table, five dollars f.r each addi tional allej or table.
Every place t4f buiUTing rhbre bowls are thrown or
billiards plajeit, aod opn to. the puVlio with pr
without price; ehall b; regarded as a bowling-alley
or biUiard-rooui,.resieotifely,.under this acti il 'i
21. Confectiyimra . shall' aj tn dollars' fur each
licensef . Ercry j-rsa who .sells at retail confac
tionery,' jweataifittU, ooinfits, or ether comfects, iu
any building, shall ba regarded aa a'fonftM'tjner
under this act. 'But wholesale and retail do il era
haritg". taken takta but -a1 lioeniw therefor, shall uot
be reqnir.ed to take out a Uoense ai oonfoutiocor,
anything ' in this acilo the contrary. notwithstand
ing.!;.! ; -i'. ' s j i's' vjn.i '. j '.''
, 22., Horse-deulsri abAll yay for acii; Iieerse the
sum of tea uoliarg. Any person wiiott busine?i )t
in to bay and ?oir horsea or mules shall be regarded
a- iiorte -dealer under this -act? Provided, That Jf
such horse-dealer shair 'bjiTe taken out a license as
liTery-stalla' kefpet no oeir license shall be re
.quiretL.. ,.:( ., 1;,.,;f ,t-i-j1.. 'j . .
' 23. LiTery-etafele keepers phall pay ten dollars for
easb.' rk&cM. Anyi persoa w-h'iae -6ceupatian"; or
.business is to keep- hordes for, Lira or th let shall. -be
regarded as a lircry stable-keeper under this act.. .'
J' 2-1. Cattle brokers shall pay for ech lieene the
sum ct ten .dollars. i t Any poroj,wljose- buMujg it
is to buy. and sell and del in cattle, boga, or sheep,
shall beoojidered as a-Cattle Jrokff. ' -J i k-
25. Tallow chaudlers .and soap-makers shalTpaJ
for each 'license the suuiof ten dollars. Any person
hose business it is to njake o'r manufaeture'oandles
or eoa' sbalL be regarded a (alio Wrohandler and sosp
niaks undor this. act. ' - ... . ',
35. aal-oilditileriefl sb'all pay for eat-H. licence the
sum o' fifty dollars. . Anj person b.o- shall refijje,
produce, or distil 'crude petroleum or rook oil, or
crude til made of aphaUum, shaley peat, ot 'other
bituminouii subsiancca, aaU,bd regarded a coil-oil
dUtillor 'under this act. ' . t . '
: : 27. reddlers'sball beclass'ifie'd Sdq rated as fol
Lows, ;o-it; when tweUing witi; more than, two
io,8ef, the first cl.-iisaud eha.il pay twenty dollars
for eno.h liecnie-; : when t rare!! in j witEltro' horses,
the second class, aad shUI (tayfirtoen dollars, f it
each liceuse ; when traTelling with od horse, the
third ' cl.k$s, and fchkll ."y tu toWtoi 'for each li
eens;.wheu trarellisg 'trn io6t, ihe fv'urth.cls,
and aall pay fire dollars' for each license. At,y
person, excpf persons peddling newspapers, bitjfts.
or religious tracts, wii seUs or iffers to 11, at rr
tail, g'Kda, wares, ar'' other cowuioditias, trarelling
from j!ate to place,' in the street, or t trough' differ
ent, parts of the country, thallfbe regarded sv ddUr
under this act: Prorided, That any. pe-Jlier who
sells, or offers to soil,: dry goo is, foreign and domes
tic, by one or more original pacing or pieces, at
one time,' to the saone person or persons, as afcreaid,
shill pay fifty dollars for e&dk- license Prorided,
That manufacturers aitd'' producers of agripultural
tools Hbd implements, garden seeds, stoves, and hol
low, w tr, brooms, wooden ware, and powder, deliv
ering and selling at wholesale any of said articles,
by themselves or thoir authorized agsnts at places
other than the place of manufacture, shall not be
required, far any sale thus made, to take out any
additional license therefor.
i28. Apothecaries shall fy ten dollars for each li
cense. . Esery person who. keeps a shop or building
where nudiciit are compounded or prepared ac
cording to' prescriptions, and sold, shall be regarded
an apctaecary undr this eet.- But wholesale ad
retail doalers, who have taken cat t license there
for, shall set be required to take oat a, license as.
. L .4V1. . f 4L:. J.4. 41 '
apoinecary, aayisjng iu, luis act u me contrary
aotwithatandisgi i i . i i .'jf'-'- '-,- jl.s-. i
29. ilanufaeturers shall pay ten dollars for each
licenze. Any person or persons, firms, companiei, or
corporations, who shall manufacture by hand or
machinery,, aad offor for aie any goods, wares, or
merchandise, eiceodia annually ten thousand dol
lars, shall be regarded' , Znauufaoiurer' cudsr tlii'
aCt. ' ' . -'.' ; - ;
30. Photcgraphers shall pay ten dollars for each
license when .taoreooipta do not exceed five hundred
dollars; when over live hundred dollars and under
one th.vjfand d.i:srsj fifteeu dollars ; when over oae
thousand dollars, twenty-fiae dollars. Any persons
who make for salehctograpbs,acnbrotypbs, daguer-.
reotypos, or pictures oh glax, mutal or papor, by the
action' of light, shall be regarded n't ho Ccgrapher an
dertbisact. ; ; , .... . r..(. r(:
31. tawyerj shall pay ten dollars for eaoh license.
Erery person whose business It is, for fee or reward,
to prosecute or defend causei'in-ny court of record
or otbftr judicial tribunal of tielTjitedS tales or of
any of the tSlatce, or give advioe- iri relation to the
caue .or matter pending therein, stall be deemed
to be i, lawyer within the meaning'of this act.
; 32. Physicians, surgeons,' and 'dontists 'shall pay
ten doy'ars for 'each Jicene;, Every perii.B.'(etceji
apothecaries) whose puiinesi it itoxfeo or roward,
to prtseribe mediciaeger rJerform surgical Operations
for the cure of Kp.j bodily disease; or ailing, feholl be
de'eni4! a physician, surgeon or den tiat, as the case'
may b, wuhin the meairifj of thU'actJ'; .V
'6S. Claim agents and aguatsfor prfceuriogpetonts
shall pay ten dollars for each licenie. , t'vory pfjion
whose business it is te procure claims in abyf -the
executive departments of; ,tho Mderil.govrnmeat,'
or procure patents, shair be deemed a claim, or pat- '
ent agent, as flw case may b5, under this act. ''' ''
Sec. 63.. AEdbe it further enacted, That, where
'the annual" grosi receipts or siles of any apothec-ar
nes. Onteciioncrs. eaun2-houer. toacconisw ' or-
retail, dealers shall pot exceed the sum of one thou-r
4ud dollars, such apothecaries, confectioners, eating
housa and retail dealers shall. ik'A be ru(ur-d to'
take out or. pay for hcooser anything in thi acs W
the contrary notwlthitandinj: the amouat or osti-"
laated amount uf euchaoniial salei to'be a-iceriaicd-
or estimated in such manner as the Conlalicioaer cf
1 nterdat Revenue shall prescribe, andso.of all other
4 . . . 4.4.i-4 ..L - i:
annual g&tos or rejeipis,- wuere 4,ne r&o oi iuo u-'
eui-3 is graduatoc by the amount oi.e&1c3 or re
ceipts.'1 " ..
, Sec. 66. And be it further enacted, That noth
thing contained in. the proceeding, sections of this
act, luying duties on licenses, shall bo construed 'to
require a liconse Jor the. sale if gj-ods, wArss, aad"
merchandise made or produced and sold by the man
ufactdrer or producer at the manufactory or place
wheni the me is made or Droduced ; 'I'J viattrs wh6
sell, at the place where the saiaa. is made, of
their own growth ; lior to apothecarie, as to wiuej
or spirituous iiquors which they use exclusively, in
the preparation or makiu ut: o medicine for tick. ,
.lame, or diseaied arsons ; nor Shall tho previsions
of paragraph number: twenty -iwa- extend So pay
sicians - who kef p oa band, medicines scltiy for. the
purpose Vf "making cp their 'own preicnptions.lor
their own patients.-i i J '- -k, '
r Sec. 67. And bejt furtber , eqaotel, -Taat .no
license hereinb'-sfore provided fur, if "granted, shall
be construed fcJ authorize the commenoemect or
cuntinuatiou of anrjt trade, business,' occupation, or
employment thsrein mentioned within any Mate or
TirVrj.r .ethB United State? iix' which itis or shall
be spoeially rohibitcd by the, laws tfaereof,-pr iu.1
olatiob x?f 'the laws of any State ot .Terntbry : Pro-.
vided,- Nothing in this act stU be noia or oonsiruea
so aa toi rVett the several States, within, the lim
its thereof, from placing fc' duty, tat, -or" license, for
Scat purposis, ou any business matter or tfcing ac
which adutT tax, or license is xetjuired to bfffaid.
by th- set " 1 , . " J ' ' ".' ' '-':
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' ' ' MANUFACTURES, ARTICLES, AJO. , . ,.
. - i. - ... - pRODticrrs.-;
; spKCjTic xsp ao vaLOtt icrrj 1;
, Sec. 68, And bell f artier , enacted,: That on and
after the first day 6f August, eighteen" hundred Sad
sixty-two, every i&dividual. partnership,"' flim; asao
cialiQn or corporation, (and any word cr words ia
this a:t indicating or referring to pirion of persons
shall -ae tikea to mean and .include partnerships,
firms, associations, or corporations, when not other
wise designated or manifestly incompatible with the
inteati thereof,) Bhatl coin ply with the fallowing re"
onireiaonts, that is to say: . ' ,
m&dj Ufr eoctui-aios My s-uca Bjatafaetw
firat. Kefore cominancibd, or, u :rsajy. oom-
forwhich he. she. or they may be
seseed, under the provisiots of this ct, and which
sball not be differently provided for I.ewlero, with
in thirty days after the date when this act hall
take effect, he, she, or they shall furriih to the as
sistant assessor a statement, eubsoribed and swora
to, or aaTrmcd, setting, forth the place where the
manufacturo is to be carried on, name or tbe manu
factured article, tbe propped market for the same,
whether foreign or domestic, and generally t'ae kind
and quality maauraotured or proposed to be manu
factured. , . . .
Second. He shall within ten dsy after the first day
of each and every month, after the day on which
this act takes effect, as heremberore mentioned, or
oa or before a day prescribed by the Commissioner
of Internal Revenue, make return of tbe products
and 4ales or delivery of eueb manufacture ia form
and detail as may be lequired, from time to time,
by the Commijsioner of Internal Revenue.
Third. All such returns, statements, descriptions,
memoranda, oaths and affirmations, snail be in form,
scope, and detail as may be prescribed, from time to
lime, by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. .
Sec.'tSSL'Atd be if further enacted," That upon
the amounts, quantities, and values of produce, goods
wares, urtrchaudi, arvi articles manufactured and
sold, or d&livered, hereinafter enumerated, the maa
factirer thereof,, ;whther manufactured for him
self or for others, shall jy o the collector of icter
&'a! revedue wiibin hin district, monthly; otT of "be
fore a dsy-W b prescribed by the Cpux'sis.iioner of
Internal Revenue, the duties on such manufacturer :
Provided, That when thread is manufaolured aDd,
soli or deilveredexcla?ively for knitted fabrics, or
for weaving or spoolin g as provided for inh.e.sev-enty-fifth
sct.icn of iiia' act, tiie duties sha.ik-b -assessed
on the articles finished and prepared for use
and consumption to.thtL. patty so linihin or pre
paring the same, and any party so finishing or pre
paring any clolh or -other fabrics' ef cott?u,-wool',xr
other, materials, vwh,o'iier imported cr.oLiarwke,
shall be conss-lered tlie manufacturer thereof fsr
the purposes of this act ; .and for neglect to pay such
duties within ton dayn aftir deln.vid, either perjon
. al or written, left at Lis, her, or their house or place
of busine.s, or-naajufactory, the amount of such du
ties may be levied upon tbe real and personal prop
erty of any suchm'inufact'Arer. . .Aud 4i.4iti,
and whatever thai b the expenses of lery,t5sllbe
aloaflTrem the dJy" prescribed by Itc f3ouimis-'irner
f or th e ir jay me n t aforesa i dj J a Ja v,or .of tko. Un i le J
Sutesn, TijKin tb? MhU ?jai.amt personal pre perry of
such manufacturer, and such lien may be enforced
by dutraint, as provided, for ia the' general.provis
iori3 of tkis aci. Arid provided, f arthfcf"; That fn all
cases of gjods manufactured, iu whole or ia part,
upon commission, or-wberethe matorial U furnLried
by one party and manufictured by another, if th
luanufacturer. shall be njquircd to pay under this
act the tax hereby imposed, such, person or persons
so paying tbe same sball be entitle! toV.lrst th
amount thereof cf the owner or owners, and "hall
have a lien for the amount thus pud uj-on the man
ufactured good? : And provided, furthsr, That the
taxes on all articled manufsxtured and sJid. in pur
suance of contracts b na B in rax lo before the pas
sage of tbi.i aotjtball be. paid .by tho purchaser
thoreof, under regulations to be established sy the
Commiseiooer of Jttternal-Revenue. - , ; .
Sec. TO." And be. it, further enacted, That, for
neglect or refusal to pay tbe duties provided by this
act on, manufactured artiules..aSffofeaiL, tbe
goods, wafci, ahd mercliaa'dise manufactured aud
unsold by such manufacturer, shall be forfeited to
the United Stateej and may bei sold cr d.i'pood of
for the benefit of tho same, in manner as shall be
prescribed by tha Corauiiaionef of Iutornal Reven
ue, under the direction of the . Secretary-of the
Treasury. In saeh caves the collector or depu'.y
collector m take poaioioa of said articles, aod
may mfiatauf fuch'prhfti'on iu the premises aud
buildings where they x&ay have beu maculai tured,
or deposited or may bsJ." Ha shall summon, giving
notice" of not less than two, "nor 'more than ten days,
the parties i o(8?esion of said, goods, eojoinitig
them lo appear, before tbe assessor, or assistant m.-t-essor,
at a d ly and hour ia said sumajus fixe-j,
tfceu and thereto show cause, if aiy thero be, why,
for such negl sct 6r refual, such artk-'es should nt
brdeclajred forreit U totSe" United Stite : Such
person or parties intwesfei hall bo' djeaiPdto be
the manufacturers of tb'tsme, if -tte articles shall
be at the time of taking such poesyesi.n upon the
premises where m&nufeotured J if thVy shall at such
time have bsjon removed from theplaoeo manufao
tnre, the parties interest! shall b deemed o be the
perj n in wliogo custody ,or possessioa the articles
shall then be.' 'Such, summons shall be served upon
such parties in person"; or by leaving a copy thereof
at tne place or sbod4 or business cf the party to
whom the same may be directed. In. case no suih
party or place may be found, which fact sh.ul be de-r
termined by the collector's return on Ui aumtikuis
such, notka, ja the natcre of a aumiuuos, shail be
given by advertisements for the term of throe Weeks
in one newspaper in tbe eounty nearuat to the place
of such sale. If, at or before sueh hearing, such
duties shall have been paid, and tbe aieaor or as
sistant assessor shall adjuie the sucamons and no
tice, service aud return cf the same, to be u2i:ieut.
the said articiot shall be d.'ciared. forfeit, aud shall
be sold, disposed of, or turned over to the ue of any
eepartmeut cf the. goveriimout, as Bay be directed
by tbe Secretary of . the Treasury, who iaay require
sf any officer of the government into whose posses
sion tha same may be turued over to the rroper
voucher tborefor r Provided, That the proceeds of
tne sale ot said articles, i: any tnore bo alter de
ducting the duties thereon, tcgetuer with the ex
penses of tunimou. adrcrtificiz and saia. or the ex
cess of the value of s.kid artLics.after deductiosr the
duties and expenses a:oruei tiieroon, wbo turned
over to the use of any dejartmcntof the government,
shall be refanded and paid to the manufacturer, or
to the person in whose custody or possession the ar
ticles were when sciud. The Commissioner of In
ternal Revenue, with th approval of the Secretary
of the Treasury, may review any such case f for
feiture, and do justice iu the premises. If the for
feiture shall have been wrongly declared, aud sale
made, the Secretary is hereby authorised, in case tho
specific articles cannot, be rsstored to the party ag
grieved 'in aa good order and eaiitioc fer w&ea
neised, to make up to such party- in money his loss
and damage from the eoutingeot fund of his depart
ment. Immediate return of seizures .ao forfeited
shall be made to the Commissioner of Internal Rev
enue by the collector or defuty collector who shall
make sui.-h seizure. Arliclos" which the collecr
may adjudge poriahable may be sold or disposed of
berore declaration of forfeifure. Said las shall
be made at public auction, and notice thereof &bail
be given in the same manner as is provided in this
section in cafe of forfeiture. '. , ....
See. 71. And be if further enacted, That any vi
olation of, or refusal tocoiAply with, tbe provisions
cf the sixty -eighth soction of this act, shall b god
cause fur seizure and forfeiture,' substahtixily ia
manner as detailed in t'ae etion' next preceeding
tbi!fof . all manufact.urd. articles liable to be as
sessed under .the provisions of this act, and not oth
erwise provided for ; and suth violatioa or refusal
to comply sball further aake any party so violat'Dg
or refusing to comply liable to a tiae of five bun
drcl dollars, o h rfCQKcred in mauaer aud fcrm
as lrovided in tbis ncr.
73v,Aiid b it forther ecactea, Ta. .n caij
of the manufacture and sale or delivery of any
goods, wares, merchand'Se, or article., a hereinaf
ter mer!;'e'l,,;wiiiitnt ,'comViapua 'on .thelpart of
the party mnnufacturir g the same with ail or any
of the requirements "and' regulations 'prescribed in
this act in relation. thereto, the saiteot assessor
may, upon such information as he may havo, assume
and estimate tho -amouat and value of such manu
facurcc, and upon such-assumed amount ases the
dut ea. ami Raid antics ana 1 69 Wiwed m use
manner as in ease thrt irovisiona of this act in rela
tion thereto had been complied with, and to sach
articles all tbe for.?oirg provisions for iiecs, pr
aties, fines', and iiirteitares. snail in una manner
aimlv. i ' ;-, ,
Sec. 73. And be it further enae'ed. That all
goods, wares, and niercbac'liS9, or' .articles manu
factured of mado by anv person cr pirsoni not for
sale, but for bis, her, or their own uee or consump
tion, and all eoods, wares, and merchandise, or nr
tides manufactured or made and sold, except spirit
uous and malt liquors, and manufactured tobacco,
where tbe annual product shall not exceed the rum
of six hundred dollars, shall bo ana are exempt irom
duty i- Provided, That this shail not apply to any
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ousisci" or ui.'iiuu wutiio suv jfi 1444111044(1
the material, r any 'i.srt 'thereor,aotf employs an
other party to manafacture, mane, r finish the
trfXjas, witrvi, nun Lijc. 1 11 aux.j. ui t 4 uivjj j 4 a vft
promiolug io pjf ijorfiyi, nu icyo.riij 4ip )twKABt
;ware, and merchandise or articles. .,,' .:
Sec. 74., And. be it further enactied,.That the val
ue and quantity of the .poda, wares, aud merchan
dise required to be stated,, as aforesaid, and subject
to an . ad valorem duty, shail be estimated by the
actual sales mades by the manufacturer, or by hi3,
her. or their azent. cr ter8'n or't-ersons aetinj in
.'his, her or their behalf ;. and wtete fuch 'goods,
ware?, and merchandise nav!j been .TemoveU Tor cjn
suinption.'or for de'-iv-jry to others, or placed on
shipboard, or no longer within the ouaiudy and con
trol of the manufacturer or manufacturer?, or his or
their agent, not being in his, horror their factory,
store or warehouse, the value shall be estimated by
the average of the mirk6t value ct the like gooJs,
wares, and merchandise, during tho time when the
same would tare become liable to and charged with
; (To be eontinaed.)
-, Tha Vicksburg Vhig of the ISth says,
14! gun-boats and-.sloops Were at Eaten
Rcgue the day before.'. "Later" informa
tion says Port Hudson has been attacked'
and completely destroyed by our gun-;
boats '. and CO guns captured. At latest
accounts-- Farragut "reached a point 12
rnile3 belowVicksbarg'.-;;' r;.
General -Sherman's -expedition- from
vicinity ere. tliis. ,
LATEST .WAR NEWS.
From Esrnslde's Army.
HxADUAllTEaS or Armt, )
Tdisday, Dec. 29, 1862".
' Now that the public desire for a great
battle has been r-ealized, the question
naturally rises to every one.s lip-s, is the
Army of the Potomac going into winter
The Army cf the Pot04T.ac is not going
into fvinter quarters. : Though operations
ia front may be abandoned, tha troop
are not to remain cooped up in winter
huts through the- long weeks which inter
vene hetween now and March A por
tion of. the soldiers may be sent to Wash
ingtcnjto prevent a backward mOYement
of thff.enemy in that directionwilejhe
Temaiader are slipped southward to com
mence operations anew on the Peninsu
la ' Perhaps 1 it- may appear best to our
Generals tY cross the Rappahannock fur
ther dowri-r' say; a; Port. Con way under
the protection cf our' gunboats.' and again
gire battle to "the enemy. Should we
destre to do so, it would be as a General
feniarked to rne to-day, almost impossible
to winttT the array in this locality; owinj
to the scarcity of wood. The circuit of
country now- bcclpied hf us, in addition
to-beiDglimlte'd and producing a stunted
growth'of 'Umber.:bas been" pretty effect
ually .inraded by ' reol wcod hoppers,
who have'heretofore'eongregated in this
Vicinity Baareguard, Johnson, and such
fellows of the baser sort.' Owing to the'
sandy"forroation :of ' the soil, the- roads
soon dry up after the heaviest storms, so'
that the elements, however, unfavorable
they may be, will hardly prevent cur lo-
comotion.'- Ia riding round atnong the
camps - to-day, I observed that'several of
selves snug quarters, in anticipation of
remaining here some time. They need
the exercise .to keep their .blood Id circu
lation,' -oeiL tanish.eniiui and caiip mis
' Caik,-29. Nochange of importance
has. taken place below Columbus.' The
rebels" under Forrest are still there.
Having nothing positive in regard loathe
conditibiuof the' road, but it-'is fair ib
presume " that it has'been damaged con-
biderably. The -rebels were received in
a most" hospitaMe'nianner'byi the people
of Western "Tennessee, 'who furnished
them men, horses -and clothes. Van
Dura is believed to be between Bolivar
andf the Mississippi river. , ,0a, the 20th
he attacked the Federals "number irjo'
zoi), at Uavies Millst six miles below
Crand Junction, but was repulsed with
the loss of "20 killed and 30 wounded, left
oa the field. . A number of wctinded
were earned off. .. Several, prisoners
were taken. Federal' I033 trifling.
Grant's. falling . back across the Talla
ahatchie is conlirmed. - Main body of the
army has been at' Holly Springs seme
days. ) It 13 suppdsed' Grant - will now
open the Memphis and Charleston road,
and remove a .base of glipplies frcxh Cai
ro-to Memphis".' Information from Me m-
pais says a neavy jt.eaerat lorce ascend
ed ths river-ffrom Orleans Navy port,
under command bf Farragut.- ,.; -
i ayitti villi' . Ana;.,-29 On Satur-i
day Gen. Herron started with a portion
of tus force for the other, side of Bostori
mountains. Gen. Blunt left Cane Hill
at the same time by another route. The
two columns about 6,000 strong went in
light inarching order with six" days cook
ed ration marched 42 :.miles without
stoppings .At .daylight-yesterday morn
ing, both, coniniatds joined at'Lees' creek
3 miles rrpnh' Ofthe'mou'ntainSj when
cavalry ; and' artilleVyf numbering ,2,000
started for Vanburen, leaving the infant
ry to follow as -i fast; as t possible." .' At
Dripping Spring3 two ' rebel -regiments
were encountered and after a sharp skir
roisix. put .ttt flighty leaving 7'kilkd and
buayiweendedjou' the field.' -Our forces'
immediately. fdlowed;the flying rebels ta
Vanburen where, a spl ended charge was
madQj ' Jsi-; byiBluU ahii" Herron in per
son, . resulting in cofiiplete victory over
the rebels. . Rebel cavalry rushed aboard
a steamboat ani escaped to the other
side 'of the river.' 'Captured 2 steamers,
100 prisoners, amo.ig. thenr several offi
cers P9'J:P aiiiocnt'Of.icatnp.iei'juip-
age, arnalvL6r4'i?a'i riiurtfi. '
I -Nrw" Yosk, 30.'?ic'r5rk'e t ters con-'
tajd'vthe. following'; r A "British subject1
frora; Charleston brings, intelligence that
19 negroes were hung i the streets just
prior to' nis departure, in coiisequencd of
the .'discovery' 'that they were collecting
anu secreting arm3. i-ae wnite5..tnare
for. .forne. tiuia , past.,, xavef. been -ciJimy
ivatching negroes, thinking they, observ
ed an unusual number' of funerals among
theiu.;.. A,whiL xnanjdiguked. foliowtd
one jof the precessions. --Arritin'r at the
buryiLg'gruund , -' inj d fscdvere'd ihar.the'
coffin contained arms,. which were buried
in a vault, in which a number were al
ready "'deposited. ' The consequence of
the discoyp.ry was :Vie , fcuigicg ; of.the
most-iateUigent conspirato(S' rJ):JaJ
Wasuisc-tos, l.-ipwlligetic.e from
Alexander represents that Stewart's cav
fT'h.'actillejy., were, encamped -12
miles-'frorsl that city.' 'All qaiet on' the
Rappahannock. - '
"Cnicica, 31. Have . not as vet any
confirmation" 'of : the taking of Kaoxyillej
by the Federals, but it is certain '.hat an
rr " .-. .anvumuuu.-jikT., uia me
'-JUih. for. the. DurDose of makin? a raid
on KnoxviJJe, via. Cumberland Gap.
This expedition reached London on the
55th, and by this time must have reached
their destination. : -
LocisviLLE, .31. Cumberland river
has risen sufficiently for Rosecran3 to
obtain his supplies by that route.
Many conflicting rumor3 with regard
to rebel raid cn Dumf rres "and 'Ocfcapuon.
everal teamstes and caralrytnen arrived '
a! i i .- . - I .
t n.icxaauria last lii;
that Stewart's 'cavalry
cnurcn, aluraay nignt. and p
to Acconticlc, tw6.Ive miles from Alexaa-
dria. ' It is difficult to arrive. ai the pre
cise truth, but r that' rebels are or
have: been in that vicinitv is'-bevond a
doubt.- ...... , ' -. ;
DISSOLUTION OF COPAUTlNEUSnir.
The copartnergh'.D heretofore exitir.s ender th
andistye cr Fisher it nacter," Ij fcis dly diasolvad by
mutual et trtnt. " ' ." - .
The AdtertUet Termer will tereafter Septfb
lished by T. K. Fiabw. Tii buaini ni th arm r i
be settled by Mr. Fwher, to whotn all del.ts due the
cf2ce maBtbepia. T. B-FISIIEX,
mti WUO repreSSent ' qoa-ter, . ad nortlea i'tarter oi "7" .'a ''
appeard at : JV ilCk ,7j iVecuta county. NeU--tk.Te-rto r
Brewnvil.Xo-f. 8th, 132.
. . ' . -St.
llKtr, Mr. Jc.ta ti i '-Vi' T ,
As Mr. B. . VaQ . r '
. . .-iarrn a v.. I
everything comforubi-We .
parties acted wisely ia
and Burleich by making' ?
fromBachelorisai into r;Sd I
-iH are revested to cyr ba,v ,
-. '.,..: . Vf.
- , j Fiofil j
.. .aX 1 I .'VI r T
I 4 1
n.erj, is great deal 0( taiif.pf a...
about tee "areat riM in u. 9VHJ I
Dit4rH w ..... ; " k Dri,
T..r. " ,,re wun our r.-,;,.
-'ii.4.rr, iq ltl prills f E.,.., "rr'4.
f of tens of thocew.u of a0;'.r a,
but we shlt not rea, the Dn,- .VI ,1",
sfr-horj TXi-,. "'4.'.
ir.t au r, U U.-We ea t
w.uo n. imeui u increase ocr titw ,T:i
whea , s u dears xt : tt a . pr ral a -
bth WdJS." hm
-, 1 1- -J v i OU MiEujfiJt , -Single,
copies,- two dUr rr ,,,,.. . . '
clabscsn afterwards a-u liBS,e t,.p Cb J i'
hent at one-time.) win be entitlsr: t, -'
Terms tavariAbiy ia advance. Kj ssrv
for less period tbn oae year. Cana , ?
must sand twenty six cents ia a.J.fitmi' t.. Vt'S
copy oiweve.7 wpec Tae. ck, 0f t '
; pjsrk Mk. '..:,
Taken tip by tbe HEdorsiirce't, r.vir.j
- -1 a,j;
ti lil t.f i,): eraser, a tJund t t s;
u his left 6ide. ab4int 9'?fct yea.
S a riu -
. ?tr ia. 1-r. ui-1, c 3 lilt rx. 'or rrir i-v-
leading w fyi recovery, will be aoerat. rrf
DeVreiaber 20th, l?df.'' ' SlX0;
. - i i ' i
STRAYED Olt STOIE.T.
fciad foot white, ...r.erear oM U,t j-JU, t.-,..,
tae reiiJericebf.TKanarniOu scra.rn'a.jam,-!
summer. Any one reiunuLg the coi: s- 1
or to the Advertiser Ofice, will t. it r Jf X-f
. Pecembex 2-ptb, liitjJ.
4 .44.. . kSTR A Y CO W.
Takeanprj th eremlseVof tie rt.iri.itei 11
one tn:.e north of Xemaia City, in yenaivui il
Dri-it 'n th?fVlb,3Jot December ib:2,wn.4n
wtth red spots oa her side aud bark, snp.t,);
years old lastsprtay, and crop oJTeach nr.
Dec,uber 20tfc, 1S62. sa-iw-j1 3
LEtiAL '-JTOTICE. '
Thoibas n.ayis. ),' Befira Qt r'xe W Ill's, J:rif
vs i the peace ii and f.;r tieCiot-jK?.. I
waaies j nee, aO'l Tl mtry 4,f St S'va
To Jioe-s K.. CiA-kj. de.'eiaut ,e Uiart, , n
hereby cotiJlo. thaaa order or tstaci-Bf-st v '
by me on the SStUdaj of yttnber, a. t. 1 uii
yonr gXHls, cbattie?, risi'l" credit:! and elee a
cerUia ciil action bw pe.idin? before main k.J
Thonia Davw iaPUi&tiff aw 7ot sre Je'ti.r, r
which taii order ef atta-zhnf at the tzi:'ziK::A
P't'K.dl was jieiz&i Xi-nZ-r ;a wj.
sauie was put to-wi; f (r, tow Uiirt rewiv
rakei as'tha froiTeri'of tbe'e.eEuect le-r, t i
ord4jr of atirhrneiH and sana-ius was maris: s".it
oa tbe -ttfi tfay Ct De-fiiber a. Ii. liC, t l1) o :
yi. . Now Unless you appear au-f k en i sa: ! a i
the 14;h of January a. d . 1s63, at lu w'l l .v a. t ,
wbicb tiia" sa.d vcji wj; c i UT'xl ' i'a
being 'a 'nCn-reitjeut of Xeora-ta Tfrri'-..-y, ;-.';:
will be rendered afiiast you for toisJntir c.a..l
the attached croierty order! U U . 11 w muj(t -
sataeatid costs cf su.t. - - -
By GtoaaE W. IfiLtS, J- 17. r , -Decent
ftrQiD, tSi v . - ' - tf
On and by virtue of sa x-vrctir.n tn ne di-"
sued by the Clerk r.f tbe Ditri.t Conrt 1-. sni-,
mab County, ebrtka Ternary. ta.e-! '.n-rr ?i
A. D., lsGi, in a certain cati.-e wherein J-
is piaiEt:-T, and JacoOCuok la defendant, I t-.i-.
upon Ltl will, on tbe 10th clay tf Jcuarr, l"G.'!',Ji
tte houis of 10 o'cl.Kk a. ai. aLd 4 o'clk r
at publ k. auction, to f a:fy tse j'K'tjn.ent ia
ihe follow de'Jttf.bed real eato JUi-m.t : l.t -l
weitqna.-terif the ..sw.tb, et inj Mr, nd-tr,e - a
east quarter of the south wr?t qutirter f (:..
ihirty-T'r.-inrtuiuip X-t jot. ia rar.'
teea, east, in emaha couoty. e:ra?i if -
the highest Li frier for cash, in fr.jti! uf 3i-
Brrnt!.Te,nu sill woijty, 2f thee'.ewar-
OOkt wa-iat hed r - J.JVC.-CCi-Ei! A5, 3- -
K W.tV. HACxrZT, Dej ctr.
'Deceiufcir 4;b Xiii. '
Beojahia Blllfday,-, . Et'jfe Ja Jrl-'
" vi . , tniha CwiiiHj, S''.3. vka
WiniftriL. Thorman. j t-jrj ', .
. XvvCtLher lath. f-1, stud J :'.;-? U.-ned a "'f
oost. . Tril day: Jaa nry Sh-'lS'i'J
. Decembei-avcti, itxi. .
TO WHOM IT MAY COMTH1,
The Co-ran-rshUt lxef?t.r axispJ x1f"
name and" of Lett, itU.et . ia
solved o-.iAuiiul.'cvii-tfni.'' . 4 i .'i
. The tuaice-s of saiJ Ural w)ll le settled ty
Stricltlcr. to whom .ail uelta c! the f"!'-"
paid.., ' 0-f r.MiS-Kt C.-VV-
., .STJIAYEH OR-rTtLC3r.-" ;
i A ba-r mar rfcre-j yar:i-V.a? tr'e :; i
half hajtdiihi-g'a.bas.a tiaze,cii.fae fjee,-n t
wbf.e. Has.a brawl oa- left shoulder, wa.ta l-.
to rfsrrlb.- -AttY 'oBe letarCiiKtha au 'e . .
(I.hk'b'4' tL jcder-i-jfi -fd, iieif'NcjJiht CU. f .
... . v.. , ..... W 4441 f 4 - 1
erai.y rewarae j. ... -
October 2$in, -lKT. - E15 tf
ji i . ..-
In nyriunice of two de-J cf t?ke IV trie
and f -jT .Neaasa -yuuty. Za ''jwr.x ir i .-
. ... tnnm ... .jc., xvn.,y:ei
aIIj ia 4..inl.4irian ail.l fflfh K li'.k'J.I.- a..".-
lf4V41.4 - -
rep..nUea', the : otoer tn whtoB unM . -t&
cotu-jiaiuao', aad th ahove named re-
svoi:,lett, 1 will, i'ii'e.--4a,ti.e2Cth'Jy 'n '..
A. D.j 1563 at It o'cr-xk'A. a f- - '' J- 1 '
In Erowuvi'.le, the place, waere tr.a sard 1 '
held for Baid county, o.;"er Tor -:-? f't!:e 'v -
ror eb. thffotiowiri-rde-crK.sd rc.I o-H'e
The northwest e.'-i.irte.r of the iVi .
eou'hw-f-u tj-.iarter ot t.e nortf.e.-". r'- , '
southeiist qtartfrtrti-e em Ptrt..-q it-r'.
cce (1.) aud iriii -iit'i ::M:-t-Sl-ia
seia 4.-i, tyi,.-U4 4. u-' ,tA
14. eajn.i'aJs.ibX ef.ttt.;r.-i uafr v, -qua--ter,
an4i iota tw aud three,. l ;a i-"- -L'-' ,- iCj
I townsbiD So. 4. nn.i o! ruai-fivo. 1, jf
" wo ' :
wad. f.Mir, . and xirtli-.
l q ja:
Kou.aves..4.iiaar - .etf
and .win aw est,,, a i ir-. .,r
recenater 20th, lcZ.
KSTRAY ; NO TICK
VVui ISv Ih4 .1 B r4.lriPll. T'i ...4.44,
A4444C44 M4. 4-J . .. . p. f ' ,
BOTibweof BrownTliIe. ts Ketu-thn f4
a dark bay or
brown n.are P'-n, i- ' e. i-? '
:n tM. .ir,4i('a.i. a h'.' l
white, a tar
ij a ew r iu u w v . -- if 'T
a!ao a few martJ made ty tb s4.
ten or eleven year old. JC J- rJt.jv )
PrcersrbCT 27, 1
Deteaiter 57:h, 1343.
will tafcimAti . j
da, ef January A. T
A LI-EST TcWr . ' "
i inauirmiy fifty MrrMt . t ,77. ' '
way Hp. But wuat ot ' hat rT : ' 7 !
i uw' wiUi low-prke.1 ru,.. Uj, '.
hVttM par tne enhanced pr.ee for p V
Dau tram t.Paf.: -.WLri a.Cr, 0, ekiiiiS,
lntly 6e sect, it will be Dre'er, a-
, IItkJw Eeirafe-;S A-a",
a.4r.'City. ia Netnaha coiitnv, buii'Z
iy of December li-. one pale" rdco- w-t""5
wu.te uf left br,Xu vrjopeu. nuMh ti,v
anJ split ia tbe rrbt; c,ie deep rei c. s '
scuall il cew, huut three year? oi ,
December 20th, ISt'.J. : i
4 y- i t - . - .
roceeded ' . -J. s. BESi-oni;, -'r--..i'
; -vntAY ti4-r.; -j e- '
' StrayM from the rewdetxrof tbJ '
a ba'f railes norttt of .," V-wigo, !J ' ,-.:t.
BrowaTtlle.) daring taut aaffiaier u., v
yesra old last iTrinir of dark c ay -0 t w
mala b'aofe. A. Uberal reward wl 1 1 e . (."
reitrnlim the colt, or girizg tf'..rm ; ri-": f
disdivery. ti-' ''
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