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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1863)
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I -tTr. Vok. IO.-lhlears novices
f ' .v-it the rebels lave 12.000 nun !
fC"-j -r-uDS at Port .Iludocu.. Their
arr ta,u l" .
Tho Tari'ol, Baton r,ouch. was
.4 t s ho f.T!r mime in I
jv- ji rorprt v. ;r)lh nscv ihcu- 1
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' ;i re an-1 vilualle boos ani papers. ,
Vrw VcRt. 10. A Murfreesboro
-vs ire ltfss ci uie rt ueis -in-
fe 'Y 2.033. There wcuuded
illtf wLavergne yesterday.: Many
trero left here, 'bat cannot be moved
r,,tlr wounds are frightful, and inort
t .Vpsc wil' ic
y ;v Tret k, Ya., 10. The troops
!. e"a-jSl rebel. at "Tiloorefield have
.-erred to this.. place, the reie!r have
t .'rejf.td in the direction cf Is ew Mad-
(Cairs. 10 A "Memphis "dispatch of
mcrninr says McCiernand has arivd
- Vits--r? an .superceded Sherman
v c-.r.rjaiid there. There has been no
i.v.;t - at Yiclfcburgf for several days.
' '"is rt-rcrtcd at Memphis that Bar;ks
yi Farrarut are acvancing irom cclow
f $ivYoin 10. Richmond pipers con-
dispatch from Wilmington, N. C. ,
;a wbi.-h .kivs the steamer Giratl'e, I
lis valuable- cargo ot lioverment
-rs ar.d a special messenger from Eu
i-e.-srrirei at a Confederate port to-day
; Murfrftiboro, 10. The following cr
; :as issumed ty the Gen. cemmard-r-
He was paihed to be obliired to :n-
r.ntlie commissioned olTicers of the Con
'ectrite army tckrn prisoners, that ow
:.:.z tp 1 arborous measures ennounc
ri h'Vreid'ni Davis, irs his recent proc
.xaii'cn. denying parole to our cllicers.
:e will le olhgtd to treat them in a like
It is a mailer cf regret to him
Ln: 'd.i? rigor appr-ars necesary.he trusts
rh rfninstrancps as many be made in
rame of humanity, justice and civ
M ration, nay reach the Confederate au
::.or;;is end induce them to pursue a
"orcr.t course, and thereby enable him
oacrorJ their oJncer priiit-ges which lie
ar.vays pleased to extent to brave men.
rpa th.'-cgh ildiTing for a causp which he j
-c:."lr.- hostile, to the nation, and disas- j
.ro'i to luuiinn freedom. i
i-aro, 10. The Orleans D-.-lta, of ;
m, nivs Ui' rb is in (Jrlar:are
-ii.g j.r.ld within the las? fiw dov:
r to ber J'3i1-rs, a:;l
iiit'.irr.: d. an re,
..TV a:u!C the .rebel i ':in!s c-p..-tl to
end jtar'-d n:-
I W a.-hiii-ton, Jr.ii. 12. II.h full ofil
'..-! report of th'cjipture cf Hclly Springs
ih-ws the rurTiflnirrn cf an Dern
sud Lis soldiers in anything b;;t an thi
Tiableliht. "An attempt was male by
;L"tn to distroy the General Ilosji'.al ccn
laininc: over hve hunderd Mck. A lo of
crdnance stores were piled in front of
the hospital and fired before they had
time to remove the sick. " The walls
were riddled with flreing balls and shells.
Twenty tick soldiers were . struck with
miels. It is- added that one huiidered
isd fiftysiefc. -soldiers were forcd to
T;se frum their .beds and fall into line
be -marched -ofT by the rebels who !
11.., T " 1 !
threatened to shoo! th-e medical ofiicers
fcr expostulating. Some of the mn
were so wtak they cculd scarceh stand,
fat vvtre forced along under threats of
being shoi. Tne rebel omcers in com
nsui rlnaly consented to stop their brutal
proceeding on .receivein certificates
timed ly every sergecn present that the
Eea were, too sick 10 walk and their re
moval an impossibility.
Fcrt Monroe, Jan- 10. The Rich
mond papers of yesterday, contain a dis
patcii which says: Bragg made a speech
ai Winchester, Tenn., in which he said
he wouk make a siand between Alliance
; Kingston, N. C, Jan. S. The Yan
Lees are making immense preparations
for. in" -advance at Moorshead city. At
Newborn they number 50,000 undTr
Tosier. Thev will nr'obabiy attack Charls-
tun, Wilmington, Goldsboro and Weldon
E:mdtaneous!y. It is reported they are
tow cooking inarching rations.
; St Louis, noon, Jan. 12. Gen. Curtis
received a dispatch from Springfield, Mo.,
last night. . The rebels were repulsed in
every instant. Our forces still held the
place." Our loss is 17 killed, and the
Vj mber wounded unascertained. W e
tarried 35 rebels. Some others were
carried off. . They left a number of
wounded on our hands. Bjt little damage
Tvas done to the town. Three columns of
our troops are now after the enemy.
.A resolution was introduced into the
Hcus6 as follows :
' Resolved, that the committee on Mili-
tary affairs be instructed to inquire into
.1.- j r : 1 . A
wie cxpecierjcy w fc,li:o uuuu.y iaiiu v.
1G0 acres to each soldier of any old rigi
raent: That said land be located on any
co-nfiscatfd rcble plantation as soon as
'the South is crushed. Passed GO to 50.
Mr,. Stevens introduced a bill setting
'forth. that as the terms of enlistments if
.s.'Jiofs would sooa expire, and as it is
expedient to have soldiers whose (v.n-ti-tu:i
otis peculiarly fit them for a southern
".i';pain, th-Tefrje le it enacted ibnt tiie
Pr-vJ:.t be au'boriz.vd ari r-.-piir.-d to.
raise. orraaiz and e.juip 150,0-')!) poriens
of color, or African de-cent, to terve 5
" years-as artillery, infantry and cavalry,
o .receive S-5 per 'month., wfth rations Sic.;
crie-hilf to be retrained ftT the ue cf their
families. In case of those who have no
kraiies the money is to be returned for
'.thejii until the expiration of his' term
of service-.' The commissioned officers to
have the same pay as regular army officers-
Company ulUcers to be eithor white
or black. Recruiting stations to be es
tablish either north or" south. Mr Cox
oved to lav the bill on the table nega
lived yeas 53, nays 83. Further con-
''deration was postponed until Wednesday
Gov. Letcher, m response to a requisi
tion" by "President Davis, has by procla
mation, cal'td out all the militiary in the
.Co-uties bordering North Carlina, to aid
Spelling any invasion in lhat direction.
They are to rendezvous at Feiersbtirg.
.A camp of instruction will be establish
ere. The Whig says the Murfrees
boro prisners are to" be sent to Richmond,
Yankee Government refusing to re
cive them unless their ofiicers are also
feturned. Thr latter, some two hundred
Q tiuraher, will be held in confinement
xordance with the President's r?roc-
. , j
Binghamton, N. Y. 13 A very serious
catastrophe occured'atllarttville 33 room e
county yesterbay. A plesure party of
SQ ladies and jremlemen vtere skctiri'ir on
a porIv wjjen tj;e jce ave way an .jy Qr
rr i n i
Jiie iouowmj telegram. ccmnua:ca-
jinn- mnt iv,!fT.ma frnm RrTl,.
ncu 4ui5;wuii, as scm uer iue wires
at eleven o'clock last ni-ht: ;
J-oui s. Jan 11.11 P.
in-Ch iff, Washington:
Good nervs from Springfield. Our
troops repulsed the rebels and :xe held
the place. The rebels were retreating.
I have three colums moving towards
them.- General Brown loses an arm.
Colonel" Crabb.of the 19th Iowa, suc
ceeds him in command. Thetrojpi, En
rolled Militia, behaved nobly.
S. R. CURTIS' Maj. Gen.
Mr, Woodring, telegraphic operator,
arrived last evening at Lebanon, and
thence transmitted over the wire, to Gen.
Curtis, the following exceedingly gra
tifying dispatbh from Colonel Crabb:
"SpnijcnrrELD, Mo., Jan, 10.
To Jtlajor General Curtis:
"General: Theenemv attacked us on
the Sth. They were about from four to
fjx thousand stror;?. with three rieces of
anillery, under command of Marmaduke,
Shelby McDonald, and irthers.
They fought from .10 o'clock i II 1 after
dark, with desperation, but were re-pulsed
at every advance. General Brown
was scverly wounded in the left arm,
near the shoulder about 4 o'clock P. M.
ITe turned the command over to me.
The foe withdrew to a safe distance;
under cover of the darkness.
'On the morning of 9ih, thoy raade a
demonstration in full force from another
point. We made such preparation to
meet them as-we l ad at cur command
bu; finally they -concluded discretion was
the better part of valur,- and retreated."
They then divided their forces,-one
portion going to Sand Spring and the
otht-r moveing oiTon the Rock river road.
We did not have a force sufficient to
Reinfercements cf enrolled militia ar-
riving during. the night, I snt early this
morning what force could be spared to
fullow them; harass their rear, and re-
port their movements.
Gen. Rruvvns was roriMailtlv in the
front, superintend in evrv movement
Ry liis- cuolue and brave rv hn lias er-uear.'-.i
h;tn-elf to ail mv-hrr hi- c-immar:d.
Vr,;;r in )! 'b.w,i'U"it er'3ii?
1 CRARIJ. Co!. CW.'f;.
The follow ii. 2" lmp'.munt di-pauh was
tb.is noon, rcciv-d a: hcaJquarters from
Le3 ko!, rIo., Jan. 11.
" To .W.Tj"r General Curtis:
Severe fiirbtin?; at ilartville. Seven
hundred Federals enged the rebeh
under Marmaduke and Porter, four thou
sand strong, with five pieces of artillery.
At 3 A. M. (Saturday.) we attacked
the enemy in force and drove them olT
five miles south.
They then circled and came back to
Hartsville. Firhtin commenced aain
at ten o'clock, and continued till sun
down. Loss cn our side killed and
wounded about thirty-five. The en-
emy's loss was one hundred tnd fifty.
JOHN E. COLLINS,
,Mjj. Commanding Pat.''''
MrTrHis, Jan. H,
Gen. Sherman's official Tepcrt places
our loss at Vicksburg at 1,350 killed and
wounded, and 400 lost" by capture. The
Jackson Appeal of the 8th, say s the
rebel loss is less than 1C0 hilled, wounded
New York, Jan. 14.
A special Washington dispatch says:
Letters from Illinois slate tha: the rebels
are liberal in their offers to the west, cf
navigation, free trade and freedom frcm
taxation if she will join the South. Mem
bers of Cocgrss west, cf . the Wabash
river, declared yesterday that n ship
canj-1 between the Great Lakes and the
Mississippi is a politic al as well as a mil
itary necesity. They insist that there is
a deep laid and wide spread scheme to
detach the north-west from the Union
and that it mny suceed unless provisions
, . , . r ,
be made for getting tne grain Ol.Lue
Valley to the seaboa rd at rates of tran
sportation mat ihall not eat up its
value. . ...
NAsnviLLE, Jan. 13.
Three transports with- commissary
stores have been destroyed by the rebel
Gen, Wheeler between her and Clarks
ville. Five hundred of his men are now
encamped on Harding Piker twelve aiiles
Washixctos, Jan. 14. rllocsr. Mr.
Stevens reported a joint resolution ta pro
vide for the immediate payment of the
army and navy. The resclution author
izes the Secaetary of the Navy, if re
quired by the exegenries cf the publi:
service to issue 50,000,000 of lejral
tender notes in denomination njt lss
than cne dollar. This i.'ue to be de
ducted from the amount in any bill r.o'v
pending of whicli may hereafter be
passed by Congress. After being amen-'
ded so a? to provide for the issue of
SI 00.000.000 the resolution was- parsed.
Jan. 14 Holly Sp-rigs is
wiicy ana .turu'd. it
s r porti-J tii nr r hs.mi.hu hi 1 1 i.-u
at Lusrpkii.'s mills,' fcx miles south cf
Llolly Spring:?, aid are Teparing tie
ro:id and operating on it as fast as com
pleted. Some of the lleet are still doing
police duty betwe-en Helena and the Ya
zoo river. The Bulletin thinks the expe
dition up White river has already reached
Little Rock, having left the mouth cn
St. Paul, Jan.' 14. Ex-Governor
Ramsey was elected TJ. S. Senator to-day.
Indianapolis, Jan. 14. Thomas A.
Hendricks was to-day elected U. S. Sen
ator for the long term, and David Tur
pee for the short term.- -
J. SCHC.TZ .
' VoT!lc"anuoTincft.tbM:iiiseTi!i of Tr-wnrllle
'i'-ifcity that he h is local eil hni-e S ia
(t.irjvovvnvi'.lc, aiKticten'ls keeping a full SFort.
wnn every ihtaz tu 1ik lineol' bMtie-t-fj. wfcieh -wi!l
oeolJ torcah. lie H1 also ail k!;d of Te
Vdiriuz of ;locts,iraUue tmijowelry. A.U wrk war
Alcrcbata and li-Rt Mfter? who will adtres ni tMi
fall, will be unpplied xrt h Gi.rdcn, Tie d ami Fiower
Seed to fell on commission at fair ratfs. Ttee eelJ
are all prown here and are trnn to nam?
LWS or, THE UNITED STATES,
Patted at tc Stcond Stsslon of the Tkirtjf-tectnth
i Jo j rest. . .
PUHLISHED BV ATTTHOSITY.
.T raves Z-i ir.r- coxtisued.
CARRIAGE.,' VA7C1IES, BILLIARD-TABLES
AND FLATE. r
Sec. 77. And Ins it fu-tber enacted, That from
and aftr the firrt day of ilij, eighteen LuhctcJ
and sixty-tiro, there shall be levied, ollecoed and
ftct"iiIT u If C'i.iTl'lxe, jdi;u, i..'iu uiiiiuiu-iiuiv, uit
eererul dut ies or suajsf m"uy set dowa in ms
apsinst tho Fnas? T?tirelj, or olherwrise fpecited
and set forth ic schedule rorfced A.
CXS.T.UGZS; TATCSES, EIU.IXED-TA3LI8, AND PI ATE
Carriii gig, cbaie, pli.ieton, ivajon, bag- $ Cts.
gy-wjrjrn, carryall, rockaway, or other
like earring, the b.xly ofwhicA rests ca
fiprins if uny d' ?eript.on,kef tf jr tisa, and
which phalL notb. exclusively eDijiIciyeii ia
husbandry or for transparUvioaoi" uwrc.Lua- , -
dise, and Vit'.nod at soveaty-Jive dollan or
ever, inrlad ng the harness usd therewith,
when drWD by ons horse, ono dollar
Carries of like description drawn by two
hors ;s, and any eoarhj h-kney -Ciaeb. oni
cibus, or fiar-wheel jd earriae, the body
cf which r:tH upon erring ol' any des.'rip
toa, wiiioh nny be kjptfur nso.t'cr hire, or
fur n.$M',i??Tf , and whion Hhall aoc be ex
rluive!y employed in hnbanir; or for tha
tranp-5rtati-u if inert'aandise, valued at
ereiUT-fire dollars, and not exeseding two
liundrud dollar?, iiirluiing tha harness used
therew ith, drawn' by two horses or moe,
Crriapcs of like dwriptica, waen valued
abeve two hundred dollars, and not exceed
ing fix hundred dollars, five d ullars
Carriais of like description, vulued abova
six handrei do'.Kri, tea dollars
PicasuM or racing vcisel. Lnowa as yatches,
whether ly gnle or stcaia, undir the valua
of six hundred dollars, fivedoliari-- 5 CO
Yatches Ta'.ued above six hundred dollars, and
and not exceeding one thousand dollars, ten
dollars - 10 00
Ar.d i'-n' each additional one thousand dollars .
in value o; s-iid yath, tun dollars 10 CO
IKlliarc-tacbs kiipt for uss, ten dollars 11) 00
Hate o. dd, ker.t i or use, per ounce troy, 5f
I'liUe cf silver, kept for use, pr ounco troy,
Provided, That silver Fpoons or plate of sil
ver, to an amount not xceed;ng lorty
tuncc, as a!r--sid, belo.njin to anj
oro person, h.l R3 xenipt irom dutv.
SLAUIiilTL'IlF.I) CATTLE, H0i8,AX SHEEP:
See. 73. An 1 be it further enacted, That -n and
nfter tae fin;t diy of AuuL, eighteen hundred and
tiisty-l wo, taere shall be It Vied, eolle-'ted, and paid
ty any person or persons, firm ;, ojm;nies, or aj-oats
or cui-ilrycea thereof, the following duties or laxe-i,
tht is to fy :
On nil horned cattle exceedis et hten norths
o'd. s'iiiil.terel for sale, thirty cents per hoai;
On a' I t.lvi?s Hni eat I'm under eighteen inuBths
old. rl:ri,' tercl for sal, five cents per hf :d ;
Un iil ln'rs, rxcrciiit six rconts old. fliuhtered
for ale. when the mua-'ur thus sl.iuliturod exceeds
twenty in nny one ye.vr ton eaau pprheai;.
T! a l f-heep, slitulitorod for ?;iie. ave co.
bcad : Pivvid i, Tiiat ad cattle, hoj
. and slices.
-.1 Iit auv pV?.)n for hi -r her o'vn c.a-
Fuuipiinn. tiiail hv c.v.'Tn;.t from djtv.
Ti. Anj he if t'nrtiie !iK-;ed. Thai r. an-i !
f;er t' e datu on wh:-a tnsa ut't Kball Uk efTf-'U
in:y persua .ir Dir-ois. l';rm. ortaiinpAUie, ori.enn
,r i :i!.!f' e-'s th'-ref, lies baii:ess c-r. p-?cur ;tia:i
it U I i jiliiii;bt-.-r for s.n'.d any cattle, ?h-.-ep, i:.r h 0's,
si.il! -be re-iUired' to lo ifceaui reader a li.?t at lae
en.i .f c:i.:h'anJ every nionta to the aitaat ??
? r of the district where the business is tfanuatwl,
Etating the nuraber of c:ittlo, calve-;, if aay, the
Timbered Ltrs. if any, ar.d the number of sheep, if
any, i'athten-d, as aforesaid, witi tuo sevaral rates
of il-.tv w Cxf-d therein in this act, together with
the whole amount thereof, vrhirh hrr shall h.ivo ao
nestiu tbcret. a dcclaratia of saea person or jr
sonp, ajont? vt emptoyeei thereof,a aforesaid, under
oath cr a3irmatin?, in fucb manner and form aj
tnay be prescribed by the Ci-umiasioner of Internal
llevcnuo,that thesaaiois true and correst, and ehall
at the iimo cf rendering said list, pay the full
am: unt of duties which have accrued or should ac
cra, a? afonssxij, to the collector or deputy collec
tor of the ditri.-t. as aforesaid; aal in caia of de
fault in making the retarn or payment of tho diitiei
as aforrsaid, the assessment and collection shall be
ma le a.- in the j;eniral provisions of this a.:t requi- '
r?d, n 1 in case of fraud or invasion, thet party of
ferdin; shill forfait ani pay a penalry of tea Jol
dars j-rr Lead for any cattle, calves, ho3 or sheep so
slaughtered npon which duty is fraudulently with
held, eva.led, or attempted to be evaded : t'rov.ded,
That the Commissioner cf Internal llevsnne shall
prescribe ruch ft rlher rules and rcjulationj as be
m:iy deem necessary for ascertaining the correct
mittb'fr of cattle, c:ilves, hog2 an(i EQer liable to
be taxed under the provisions of this act.
I1A1I.KOADS, STEAMBOATS, AND FERRY
BOATS. Sec. SO. And be it farther enacted, That ojj and
after tho f rst day of August, eighteen haudrod and
sixty-two, any persons cr persons, firm', com pan ies,
or corporations, owning or possessing, or hiiViug the
cure or management cf any railroad or railroad up
on which Fteain is usoi as a propelling pawar, or uf
any steamboat or other vessel propallea Dy steam
jowcr, shall be subject to pay a duty of three per
centum on the gross amount of all the rooeipts of
'ucb railroad or railroads or steam-vessels lor the
transportation of passengers over an! upon the
.ini; ; and any person or person, Srcas, companies,
or corporations, owdicg or possessing, or baviag the
care or management of any railrund or railroads
using uny otaer power than steam thereou, or own
ing, possessing, or having the care or management
of ary ferry-boat, or vessel used as a ferry-boat,
propelled by steam or horse power, shall be subject
to and p iy a dbty of one and a half per centum up
on the gross receipts of suoh railroad or ferry-boat,
respectively, for the transportation of passengers
over and upon paid railroads, steambjats, and ferry
j beats, respectively ; and aay person r jwrsons, firms
' 1 ' " o I 15'
having the care or management ot any bridge au-
companies, cr oorjKrations, owning, jwisessmg, or
thorij.ed by law to reoeive toll for the transit of pas
sengers, beafts, carriages, teams, and frsight of any
dencription over sut-h bridge, shall "be subject to aud
pay a duty of threo per centum on the gross amount
of all their reacipu of every description. - And the
owner, possessor, or person or per.on having the
care an-i iaaiiagciu-';nt of BUh railroad, steaiaoit,
ferry-boat, or other vessjls or bridge, as atores-iid,
gha'l. within five days alter the ecd of each and
every aiontli, commencing as hereinbiifore mention
ed, nzake a list or return to the assistant assessor of
tle district within which such own?r, po3se?sor,
eomtany, or corp-oraion mny bare ha or its jilaco of
business, or wLcro any such.. railro:nl, stcauibt,
fern'-boat or briu'e is l:ated or belongs, respect
ively, staling the gross amount of sunh receipts for
Hie taonth iibjti preceeiicg, which return shall be
verified by tbe oatli or aQruiation of such owner,
p-ossecsor manager, agcat or other projer ofacer,
in tho manner uai form to be prescribe-t from time
to time by the Comaiiatiyner of . internal KeVcnue,
and shall also, montlly, at the tim2 ol'uuki su.h
return, piiy to the coilocuor or deputy collector of tho
district the full mour.t of datios . ifbidi have ac
cred on such reee-.pU for the mocth aforce-iid ; and
in te of neglect cr rt fual tc make faid lists or re
:urj f-.T the spaje i !' lire d.y afusr suca roturu
.-iiou'.d be male as aforesaid, tiie a;t.ss.r or -assis-t.iiit
assessur shjll proceed to estintite the auiouat
'n-ccivd ai.d ;iio duties japablo ibercon, as berein
beforo profiled in other casi?s of ttuliujuoncy to
Liakt return f r J urp'se ol ajsessmeut ; tur the
purposo vf r&akitig such assesttincnt, -r-r of ascertia
ir. the comctui-? off.nv such rettiru, the Ir-yAa of
ai.y such p-.-rscii, cvmpiiLV, r corpirati(.-n suali be
m; jjtc: t: the in-;i'i'.cti of the a-.ur i r usoi: tant
o.-'r-.-cr on Li domanti or re Udrl itrelt-r ; aui in
ca-e of ue-le -t or rviucal to pay tho duties as aiore
.aiJ Kiieo tte same have been ascenaiued as tfore
saii, for t'je si :e of vo days alter tae same sn:iil
Lave become pa.i-bin, lue owner, (Hses-r, or per
son having the management as aforesaid, shall y.xj
in additwn, u ft per cjjiutu on th iimount of suca
duties ; and for any attempt knowingly to evade
the payment cf su.:h duties, the sail owner, posse-
s.r, or person naving the care or uan;igeui.;t aj
aforesaid, shall be lij.b'e to pay a pena.ty of one
thousand dollars for eve-y such atcipt, to be recov
ered as provided in this act for tha recovery of pen
alties; and all provisions in this in relation to
liens and collrctions by distraint not incompatible
herewith, shall apply. to this section and to tha ob
ject therein t-moracrd ; Provided, That all such
pt-rozs, ccmpanis, and corporal .oo.i, shall bare the
right to add tte duty or tax imposed hereby to their
rates of fare whenever their liability thereto may
commence, ary limitations nbw h may exist by law
or by agreement with any per.or.. cr company wbich
may hive paid, or be liable to pay, suculare to tin
Sec. SI. And be it further enacted, That traand
after the Crsiday of July, eighteen hundrod acd
sixtw-two, any persja or j.ersjDs oivulug or possed
fcinT, or bavirg the aare or lu.iiiigt tBentof any rai i
roa. company r railrcad corj.oition, being indebt
ed tor auy sum or sums of money tor whsch bonds
or other evidence of indt-biedn!S have been issued,
payable in oi.e or nioreyear after date, upon weich
interest is, or shall be, stipulated to be paid, or
coupons represeaitiiig tbe iaterjst. ihall be or h ail
bv been i?uod U- be paid, nnl all dividends in
scrip or moni'y or umi of mon-jy therjafterdeclarod
due or payiibie to stoekholdsi of any railroad coin
acy.as part of the earnings, ;prohts, or gaioscf said
companiei, shall b) subject tj and pay a duty of
three per centum n th amount uf all such intcr-
corporations, or any persoa or )ersons owning, pos
sessing, or bavirg iho care or management of any
rauroaa corporation, are ncretry authorised and re
quired to deduct and withhold' fram all mrm-nta
maae to any pejson, persons, or party, after the firet
aay ci j uiy, as aioresaia, on aasount of any interest
or coupons or dividends due and payable as afore
said, the tid duty .or sum of -three porccctum ; and
the duties deducted fcs aforesaid, and certified by
the president or other proper officer of said company
or corporation, shall lie a receipt and discharge, ac
cording to the amount thereof, of said railroad
companies or railroiid corporations, and tho owners,
possessor.', and agents thereof, on dividends ani on
bonds or other evidences of their iudebtednese, up
on which interest or coupons are payable, holden by
nny person or party whatsoever, and a list or return
shall be made and Tenderer wi'.hin thirty d.tys after
the time fixed when said interest or coupons or div
idend became due or payable, a jid as often as every
ix months, to tho Comtuissionerof Internal ReTcn-
4ier which shall contain a true and faithful account
of the duties received and chargeible, as aforesaid,
during the time hoa said duties have accrued or
should accrue, and remaining unaccounted for; and
there shall be annexed to everr such lis; or return a
declaration under oath or aairmttion, in manner
and form as ni y be prescribed by the Commission
er of Internal Kevenae, of the president, treasurer,
or seme proper ofScer of said railroad company or
railroad corporation, that tha same contains a truo
nd faiihful account of the dnties so withheld and
received during" the time when such duties have ao
crued or should accrue, and nit accounted for, and
for any default in the mikinz or rendering of such
li?t or return, with the declaration annex!, as
aforesaid, the person or persons owmag, possessing,
or having t'aeoaroor raansg-irnut of saoa railroad
company or railroad -corporatL-on, m ;kin; such-d e
fault, shall forfeit, as a penalty, the sum of fiva
hundred dollars ; aud in cxie of auy default in
making or ronde.ing said list, or of any default in
the payment of the duty, or any part thereof, ac
cruing or which shou!d -accrue, the ssessment and
collection shall be made awarding to the general
provisions of this ait.
UANKS, TRTST COMPANIES, SiVLVGS IN
STITUTION'S, AND INSURAMCi:
Sec. S2. And -be, it furthor esactoi, That on and
after the first day of July, jightecu uund.-ed and
sixty-two, there shall be levied, collet-ted, and paid
by all bank trust, companies, and Barings institu
tions, and by all fire, marine, life, inlaad, stock, and
mutual insurance companies, -unier whatever style
fr tamo known or oaiied, of the L'nitad States cr"
Territories, specially incorporate! or existing under
gaucral laws, or which m ly o hereifuar incorpora
ted or exist as aforesaid, on all dividends in scrip or
money thereafter declared die or paid to stockhold
ers, to po! icy hold.rs, or to depositors ,as par; of the
earnings, profits, or gains of said baaks, tru3C com
panies, savings int:tutions,or insurance companies,
and on all sums added to their surplus or contin
iren) funds, a duty of three per centum : Provided,
That the duties upon tho dividends of life insurance
companies shall not be deemed duo, or to bo collect
ed until such 'dividends shall be payable by such
companies. And said banks, trust companies, sav
ings institutions, and insurance companies are here
by authorized and required to deduct and withhold
from all payments niide to any person, persons, or
party, on account of any dividends or suns cf money
tht may bo due and payable, as aforesaid, after the
firs? day of July. e;-hteen hundred and sixty-two,
ti s.ii ! duty of three per centum. And a list or
return shall be in.iia ami rendced within thirty
days alter the tiu tixed uheu si-r'a dividends or
turns of money shall be d'clared dye and ' payable,
and as often as every six months, t the Comruis
aioner of Irtfrnal Rjvonue, which sb-II contain a
true an-i f.tithfu! a-eoant of th nnouat cf JitMe
i.r whi-h f l;ouid teTK froai time tu ti::ia, :is a!"ure--r
; 1 . during ih' ti:n-3 whei ac'o d itiea reana uu
. .iTiti'J for, iid t-icr eliaii be aan-rcd to erory
-t- u !ist or ret'j: n ii d-.'-. 1j ari oi. u nd-sr oath or n-f -Sras-ttioa.
' ; ai-i-i in fi.rn atil man it a ?!ii.i;
j rfrcr;L-od by the (-.maliion-r of Iotercal l?r
eTiP.o. of t-ic president, or s im o;her p.-jper ofScer
of said b-tnk. t.ru.-!t company, siviugs insti;ution, or
insurya.vj c-mpany, rezpeetiveiy, that tho same
coLtaiiis true and faithful account of the duties
xihich bivo a?crucl or should "?crue, and nt ai
countod for, and for any dof.ia't in ths delivery of
such list or return, wita such declarati-.tn annexed,
tbe-bank, trust onmpaay, savings institution, or in
surnncc company nuking such dafu't shall forfeit,
a3 a penalty, tie sum of five hundred dollars.
tScc. S3. And bo it further enacted, That any
person or persons, owning cr possessing, or having
the care or management cf any raihoad company or
railroad corporition, back, trust company, saving
institution, or insurance "company as heretofore
mentioned, repaired under this act to make and
render any list or return to tho Commissioner of In
ternal Ilevenus, shall, n pon rendering the same, pay
to the said Commissioaar of Internal Revenue the
amiunt of the duties due on sujh list or return,
and in default thsreof shall forfeit aia penalty the
sum cf five hundred dollars ; and in case of neglect
xir refusal to make such list or return as aforesaid,
or to pay the duties -as .aforesaid, for the space of
thirty days afier tho "jime wh-n said lis should
have been end j and rendered, or when said duties
shall hive becoaii due tnd piyable, the assassin in t
and collo.-tion shall bo mads according to the gen
enal provisions of this act. .
Sec. St. And be it further ena;t2d, That on the
first day of October aaao Domini eighteen hundred
and sixty-two, and on the first day of each quarter
of a year thereafter, there shall be paid by each in
s urance company, whether inland or marine, and by
each individual or association engaged in the busi
ness of insurance from loss or damage by fire, or by
the perils cf the sea, the duty of one per centum
upon the gro receipts for premiums and assess
ments by such individual, association, or company
during the quarter thou preceding; and lika duty
shall fce paid by tbe agent of any foreign insurance
company having an ofice er duing business within
the United States. . - - -
Sec. 85. And be it further enacted, That on the
first day of October noxtr and on - the fir.t day of
each quarter theroaftsr, an account shall be mads
and rendered to the Commissioner of Internal Rev
enue by all insurance companies, or their agent, or
associations or individuals nuking insurance, except
life insurance, inclniing agents of all f jreiga insu
rance companies, which shall contain a true and
faithful account of the insurance nrido, renewed or
continued, or endorsed upon any open policy by said
companies, or their a.rents, or associations, or indi
viduals during the p-eceeding quarter, setting forth
the amount insured, and the gross amount received ,
and the da:ie3 accruing thereon under thit act ; and
there shall be annex il ti and delivered with every
such quarterly accouit au u21avit,in the form to
bo prescribed by the Commissioner of Internal Rev
enue, inado by one of the tu iors of said company or
association, or individual.cr oy the agent in tho case
of a foreign company, that the statements in said
accounts are in all rop3?t? j-istand true ; and such
quarterly accounts lihall bj rendered to tho Com
missioner of Internal Revoca-s within thirty days
after the expiraiion of the quarter for which they
shall be m xde up. axd upon rendering sush account,
with such aQd. vit, as afore-w.d, thereto annexed,
the amount of the duties die by such quarterly ac
counts shall b? paid to the Commission'-r of Internal
Revenue ; and for overy dofault in the delivery of
such quarterly aoeount. with such affidavit annexed
thereto, or ia'the piyincnt of thu amount of the du
ties due ty such quarterly account, the company, or
zent,r association, or iaiividaal making such de
fault sball forfeit and pay, in addition to such duty,
the ran of five thoasand dollars .
(To be continued.)
TEE BAY SCHOOL BELL.
TTTE PAT SCHOOL. EEL.L- A New Sinsin;: B ioa
or Dtir Sctor.ls, called the Hat School Bxll, i-. ujw
e;uiy. t ci.rjtaits atx.ut 200 p.ices of etioice Jviriir, S
s, k.v.i.ds, Cat,ta,' Pupu. Tii-, Quartets and Civ
r-es, iijiniy of tnecn wriitcn espressiy for -thi work,
eiues 32 paa.?s of :the 't.iinrria vt mnic. Tbe Kie
tie'iis am j-o eaiy t i vrozreswe tint ordinary teach
ers will b'i'i tt:eioelves f-i.tirelr sucoessfol m ii.siri.ct.
ir:v pvpi. y.-ii;.; ?ili.)'a' t.i t' rrec; iy ai..l c'i:.i:S
cfiiy j i i i fee tune- bth! wurds priilirarfis sueh a v.ui
ety or" livply, attvatiive. and oultirin? rui?.:c
eatmiet ttt uotri'nb'e wi'i be experienced m iri la
rioif alt t-inuer to tfo on witli zeal in acqiiiTiiijt btili
Ui oiictf it-e nwiit liei(h-j;n nig. heaoiy inij.'rov.uj;,
Uapi'ineis jielJic;;, anJ orret producing exerci! oJ
bciiuui i..fp. Li sur.viicity of its JCleuiem, in wrterj
an'l ai3j)'aticn of music, and in escelitcce and nnnibpf
of its si nes, Miisiral, selccwsl, and adapted, It climi
y Foucli to e.fel i ll a,-siieii.trrs. It will be f( und t
be Ue test bo k e-rer lMied for Serainaiies, AcadeniieSi
and Puldic &io.i:. A tew -sample papes of tae ele
ments, tunes and iF-ong are jivea in a circular; send
udgetone. It i.' compiled by Horace Waiers, aotho
cf "Silath Sctool Bells.1 X a 1 and 2, which have had
the pnrcious sale cf 65o tiCKi copies. Prices paper
covrrx 20 c., $!6per hundred; onnd 30 cent. $2f
er hundred; clo.b. bound, embossed gilt40ceu: J30
per hundred. 25 copies furiiished at the one Lui.dre4
price. Mailed free at tho retail price.
NOTICES OF TIIE PRESS.
The Day School Beix. The tnns are lively, an4
such as may be easily masteTpi by children. Tbe spirt
or the Rjn's is unexceptionable aud well adapted to the
schoolroom. It is the cheapest ani arooun the best
c.icippiid of a:hool innidc puUashed.-.Vcw York
Ha V JiHOOt, BtLL This book is erainectly arfaptH
to ?e in uur cuuimon sclois.
We huve a great uuo.ber vf school soog books before
tte pi. I' lie, but uiany ol then lack musical as well as lite
rary i-ai-tp, aud :ire really dcKra.izuy? in their influ
ence u--on the ir.u.-dcal taleat e-t the young. Airs of ac
tnow eJged exofi leuce; weaOe.l to words of true f try,
are the quUtie iht ouzht to be ouaht with the great
et c.re in the preparation ot a school ong book- This
book .seems to combine the t two qmUties. Ptniuyi
vanitt School .kttmal.
.. pyljlished by HORACE WATEI13,
D41-ly No. 4. troitdway, New Verk.
- THE OScial Union Volunteer Dircctcrv, f 400
psgf-s.) containing J'ntiie and I2eiJence of every
OScer anJ I'rivato in tho Union Army, with their
CorJimands.Uaaualties.l'rctaotionj, Ac. flSEvery
oue wants it. j Sent poiit-raij.on receipt of 23 rmtt
-i n 1 1. .in.,. ,i --i -. - . .
FOR FALL TRADE.
. JOHN C. DUESER,
3X A-IN. STREET. BROWNTILLE, N. T.,
Takes plearure in annonncinjs that he has now on hand
a large and select stock of every article in his line,
Of all the improved patterns, vii : Plymouth Hock,
Charter Jak, Vaticy Forge, Elevated Oven,
fa.c, &c, &c.f
Box and Parior Stoves of an pndless variety, com of
which are entirely new deicns, viz : Combined
, Cook and Parlor Stovet. something
very nice ior. small families.
I CALL ESPECIAL ATTEXTIOX OF
. FARMERS TO MY
HEAVY SEEHT IRON,
for Sugar Boilers, and
LARGE CAST IROS JLETTL.ES.
A VARIETY OF CHEAP
LAYB AltD COAL OIL LAHPS
Brass, Copper, and sheet ircn ware;
Lantern. Shovels and Japanned
Ware, tt-o., &c.
SELF-SEALiriG FRUiT CAfsS!
OF the latest and most improve! Styles, cheap
I am prppared to put up puttering and spoclinp, and
all other work of niy line at tae shortest notice, and in
a workmanlike manner, which I warrant to g.ive satis
faction. August 2,lSf2.
WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE
NE"W. a O O D s ?
J. BERRY Sc GO'S.,
the vet.v cheapest house in
J. BERRY & CO.,
- .- -
Have just received, and are now oppnirsr, at their
stand on Uain street, cne of the largest stocks ef '
A 5 D .
ever offerel in this market. Remember the place,
J. BERRY & CO'S.,
T-u" o- 2VT.2i streetf
BROWXVILLE, N. T.
May 29, 1862. n47-tf .
ilooil on ror. the
imW GOODS ARE COLSHIG!
Will be Sold Cheap for
CASH OR PRODUCE.
They Consist ol a Large Assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AXD CArS,
HOOP SKIRTS, S0TI0NS.
wnissr, vhtegar, eeakdt, iron,
KAHiS, DOOES, SASH, PJXTS,
OILS, A1ID GXiA3S.
For rsliicli tiie IISsIieHt Price ivill
Save Vonr HAGS, and Den will take
Them in Exchanz for Good;.
1-1Y TERLIS AHE,
SMAIiIi PEOFITS. QTJICS SALES, AND
December 13th, 14C2. W. T.
New Remedies for
IIO WARD ASSOCIATION,
A Benevolent Inttitutinn tttahlUhei by rpertaf JC
dovrment, for ine Relief of tbe Sick and Distressed.
cJF.Uted with Virulent and Chro-.xic Disrates, ani
especially for the Cve of Diteaies of the Sexual
31EDICAL ADVICE ci'" sratis, by the Acting
Valuable Reports on S ermaUirrho'a, and other dis
ease of tbe Sexual Oreins, arxl on the X5W REMB
DIES employed ia the Dispensary, sihU intealed lettei
envelopes, free of charge. Twor three Sumps accept
able Address DR. J. SSJLI.TN TJOfGIITOK, Hrward As
aociaticn. No. 2. South Ji'inth S-reet, Philadelphia, Pa.
December 12, 1851. n23-ly
v The public are .hereby notiOe! that the Indians ot cnT
resiectiTe tribes are nt pcrraittei to go berond tha
limits of their Reservations, without the written per
mission of their Agents ; and all persons are cautioned
aeainst harborin;; varrant Inciaus. Dae attention to
thin notice will enab'a ns tc detect the author of dep
redations, and prevent the reciirrer.ee of annoyances tf
which complaint are f recently made.
O. H. iTtlSTl, Omaha Asent,
J. P. K4K.FE. OrcoAjrer.t,
'""' r.BW..; k.1t' 'H,J',rT-.l
SADDLERY I SADDLERY I
HaTin reeeatiy nade larja additions to my ttook,
SA1)T3, ITAKTKSS. JSUTDLES.
COIXAR3, LINKS. WAGON WHIPS. IdJOOT WOTT3.
OX LASHJiS. HOSSS LASUIiS, STitiE LASHES,
finURLPS, LKATHER3, kc., ate.
I thick I can ainaodae all In qwalltltv, quantity
and price. I wrk Done bat best Oak Tanned Leather,
and getting it directly from tanneries la Ohio, faicoa
tCem it will pve sauafacUoa.
Plostsrcj's Hair on Hand Cheap.
cash paid roa HIDES.
1. W. HIDDLTIOJ.
September 13, 15S3. n9-ly
- Ever offered in this Market.
JJO DOUBT AEOIT IT!
CALL AND SEE FOR YOUJBSELVS
Batiinore CotLinfi Store,
eho vTrryiLLs, m. t,
Announce to the pubiie that h
READr-MADE CLOTH LNG,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS" AND CATS.
DERWEAR, &.C., 'cc, &c.
Cnprecedented In quantity, c.na:i'. r'i- es. lie
isdetcrmined his prices sha'l cor-e ? . ' . i-j
tiroes, and therefore offer herein ?,, s ' t
as low rates as such goods can he p i 'ha-i' ! licra
m the United States. As a aan.iit! ol ii pr;rt. h
will mention that he sells
Coats from $1,25 to $1D.
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests frcm $1 to $5.
Roots. fboes.Hats. Caps. Fancy and Wbite Shirts, Sas-
ders, NecVties, Socks, Ilandkerchiofs, &.c, in the same
Tbe proprietor embrace ttl oppnrn!Ty of returning
thanks for past patronage, and promise to spire no ef
forts in the future to give entire satisfaction.
Call AzxcS. sco 1x1x33..
LETT, STEICKLEE '& Co.
31AIS STREET, .
BROWNVILLE. N. T.
VTe are now receiving and opening a complete assort
ment of Merchandise, consisting
OF DIIY GOOIOS:
Apron Check, Hickory,
Jeans, Berates, Linen.
All Wool Delaines,'
Fancy and Plain Silk,
Lawnes, aten Vestiars,
&c, Si.., SvC.
Candler, B. C. Soda,
White and Brown Suar,
Sack, Earrel and Dairy Salt,
Chewing and Smoking; Tobacco
OF HARDWARE :
. Locks,- Latches,
Knives and Forks.
Hand Haw tnd Mil! Tllz,
C-.. W- V o 'i - C- I
tXV.., 4.V-.. C . , I"-'.-.
Cups and Saucer--,
Plates and i ;r.tter ?,
Dishes ai.'i T i.rr.hi::: -.
Coal O.li Lr.nr,
OF ROOTS & SHI
Kip, Calf, JBufT and Kid,
Gaiters, Calf Shoes,
Oxford Ties, Micses Shoes,
Slippers, Men's Calf,
Men s isrogans, Lopper
Kip and Course Boots, itch?.
OF HATS & CAP :
Of Farming Utensils:
Hoes, &.C., &c. Zlc.
Clear and 2nd rate
Pine Flooring, Siding,
Boards I, 1 1-2 and
2 Inches Thick,
Sojh, Doors and Blinds.
All Sizes Sash,
All Sizes Doors,
All Sizes Blinds,
We call the attpution ef the public to enr stock, a
cur CASH TEHLI3 enable ua to sell low.
Thankful for past patronage, we solicit a eontlnnanse
of tha same.
LFTT. RTTJCKLLR L CO.
Is recerrtaft, and will oott!an to reiva darhif th
iunuuer, a at
r R af
That has ever been txfilblted la the Western Ca
t'T. embracing all the latent sty.os and novaitleso th
Hues. IIis siocs uibraa . I
JlttrJtritre, - , . . t
lints auJ Cajt,
. Doors and Sa.h, . - ..
Glass and I'otty. .
1 iae Furniture, '
intil kit Try 0ds wtn be found
. ... --,- ':"
yrinta, Glnsrhnm, Lawnc DaTres,
Crown and Blesr.bed lniin,
Deraees, Strjped Sfcef'tnj. Cot- '
ton nil e, lioiery, Ciioves,
TI Latest Styles Hoop
Skirts ' Notions,
Ac, IC "
Eg has much tho Largest S tech
of QTJEHi:3T7AHE in tha Upper
Apent for the Uaniirbal & St. Joseph EaU
Haod Packet Iiino of Steamboats.
VayS3, I3G2. n6-tf.
Eeaper and Ilower
M AKUFACTUB1D A?
Ohioag Oi Z 11
This celebrated machine t bv all wdth PES?
GRAIN AXD GRASS CUTTER IS TIIE WORLD.
Ji withstanding tbs nusrep-esentations or thnee inter
ested in other machines, C. H. McCorniick at Bro. bim
ufactuje at tha rate or 8,000 per year, Uany chaaciM
have been affected during tbe paat seaoon. and for lxiJ
the "McCormick" is presented with greater attracti.oiia
than ever before. As a reaper,
TIIE ECONOMY OF POTTEH '
IX T3IS HACHIXS, ITS ,
Strengtli, Durability, and
plve It pref ertnee orer all others 27 ew hapruteniwita
added, have materially lessened tbe direct draught,
and so obviated the tide dr.iuebl that many mtnrm ua
that It does not no r exist. Thedrught sf Che Ker
la so light that In numerora Instances tbe liro f jur
horse maclun Is worked with but two horses.
F O Tt 31 O W I N G .
The Vachine of 1S2 will stand any tert that tnav be
applied. Onr Gnard and Patent Cleaner eiT-sciually
prevent chokins, ao matuir what the cond3tio-n of tae
raft, while ecr mv divider point Mparates baldly
lodged and UngUd ciover or jrasa, wliere other aaa
chinea fail. -
There is also a xreat advantace In our serrated si:kle
edge over the m.)th, as It doe not require thirpesinx
so often, thus savin; time. Our sickle will fre-pf Lily
run tbroush an eritire harvest witbont once (jnni.lnt,
while tbe smooth edae must be ground enr pjtch day.
If not oftner. With a nnx-th edce tbe Iranpat tacretues
as the knife becrcaes duK. Our drau.'ht ts cnilonn.
and in tbe repeat rd trials during the season of ls6f) 61,
proved fr lighter thansiaKle lluw!, catuuf al tae
same tirne frjiu twelve t- euhteen incsea wldar.
Oar iiiwcr can be used with or without the reel , this
i i'npwruut, a cithoat tae reel it weighs but atwrt
670 poinds.' 4
lii additi'Mi to tbe r(7 liberal wirranfoe plven to
all pcrcViers. o woni imy a- heretofore, lhat farme'a
who eu? '.ie-re it, are a . L'jerty to worX oar nuichiiie
thr-.-iVrh t!:e haret, wi-t a:iy outr, and kep and pay
( r i r Mip prifcrrel. , '
i'sT, :v.s .nth fif? (If'7tiin of irrrprrveiaents,
fir., cm b- bu I by aplicatio'i to
THEO. HILL, Agent,
JUST DECEIVED AT PRICE3
JOKCf A. POIiN
Is now To;eivin$ and cpenia; out tis Sfri)
Stock of Good, eonaia inj of .
Hats and Caps,
Boot3 and Shoe
Iron and Nai's, " r
Flour and Lacs
Sash and Doors
etc., etc, eta.
TTalca I wIU mII cheap for
CASH OS PB0DUC
Call examln mj ticck tef.rs jvgr;!:,:-,
Brownrf:!e, April 2t,lS32, nt2-?;ra
A vrr'n - "r f - Til 1
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