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JlOVnLLE.TnURSPAT JULY 7, 1854.
fuL The confirmation cf Mr. Fessen
den bas proven this. The Commercial's
Washington special, 'July 1st, says the
announcement cf Ir. Fessenden's ap-
pointrnent adranccd 520a asd certificates
1-2 per cent. The rest's money article"
tays the appointment of Mr. Fessenden
ts Secretary of the Treasury is rery fa
vorably regarded in financial circle?. -
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" 6rr vice rnreincvr
OP TENKESEE. '
The Constitutional Convention met in
Ociiha tn"the 4ih, and after organizing,
.Rdjiufnc'dyudeiily ly a vote cf 37 to 6.
e 'ufdXiand that oar. delegates voted
against, rGn'ndjournraeDti. which fact is
pltasacl xis the copperheads (with a
few of their "tru'y independent and pi
trbiic1 Republican friends') claim the
v cry of having defeated Slate, Govern
nxent Where are the Copperheads?
Not in Nemaha, surely;
-What have the copperheads, then, sac-
ce'eded 'in ' cajoling,, their -Republican
frjend&7 into: ' . .. . . .:
iFirsa resistance to the draft;. the
main argument used was "if we have a
. StatVwe'll have a draft."
Second they have assisted to defeat
the Constitutional Amendment, to pass
which the rote cf three members cf Con
'cress from .Nebraska was necessary to
' carry ; which the copperheads style as CDe
cf: .the President's, infamous projects"
cicor,"'E!jry, in our Constitution, in
definitely.. - . . .
'Third, they hare virtually said to the
(overnment: We are mean enough to
force 'ou to support , us while we know
yU seed, every dcllar you can scrape to
whip .out- the xelellion I yes, we'll hang
on and .thus assist the rebels- by taking
fregt I you portion, of. your means for
carrying cn the war.; But still this same
class would call loudljyfor a regiment of
soldiers if a ferc strange-Indians appear
cn our "Border. ' "
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. cWnthat ibis thing is past we would
ask th?se "Republican friends" are you
aware whither you are drifting? Are
yofi aware that you have by this act ad
ded strength to the back bone of the cop
perhead in this Territory ? Does your
mind feel entirely easy oyer this intimate
association af what you style your inte
rest with copperheads ?
The copperheads made a great blow
about , the amount of money that would
be fared to the Territory by an immedi
ate adjournment cf the Convention. The
facte are ; these : instead of there beinsr
only $2,000 unexpended money due the
Territory, it is at least $23,000 ; as we
are. informed by cne of cur returned
Delegates that Secretary Paddock stated
ptbjicjy that he had that amount ready
to defray the expenses of the Coventicn,
an!-that without touching a.dollar of the
appropriation for the next session 'of the
Legislature. , This money, we understand,
cannot be diverted for any other purpose
than Legislative expenses, unlets by
special act of Congress, which was done
in the enabling act. Kind reader, what
has been saved to the Territory ?
SEC. CHASE'S RESIGNATION.
Since our last quite an important event
his occurred, wo allude to the resigna
ticn cf Secretary Chase. This came up
oa the country sudden and unexpected.
The first announcement was accompanied
wiih the fact that the name of Mr. Tod,
of.Ohioi had been sent in for confirma
tion as Secretary of the Treasury. Since
Mr. Tod's name has been withdrawn,
and Senator Festendon, cf Maine, has
been nominated by the President and
confirmed by the Senate ;,but,:up to June
SOih, had noaccepted. . '- '
Ir.;jFessenden is the jpresentiGhatr
rsan of the. . Finance Committee of the
Seniie, and is regarded as an able man
a'$d".r;incier. ' '
VTHe.causes arsigned for Mr, Chase's
riesignation are various. - The Tribune's
Special,' of June 30ih says : 'It is now
seile4jhat..jLhe question .of filling SIr.
Cisco's place, followed by a difference of
cpinicn between hiniself. andhe Preti
dnt'abourtheYeccmraendatian of anew
tax bill;' was the occasion cf.Mr. Chase'a
resignation, cf which his injuries at the
hands ofthe Blair's was the cause." His
friends say. -,4hisresignaticii is the con
summation cf a purpose long entertained,
and delr yed only by accident ;" and "had
prepared , his resignation at the time
Frank , Blair made his assault on the
Treasury Department, which occasioned
an investigating committee ; that he cculd
not hcnorally retire while this investiga
tion was pending, but that to-day, since
the committee had reported, he availed
himself of the first opportunity, when it
e honorably, to peremptorily
RESIGNATION " OF "THE" REBEL
. SEC. MEMMINGER.
Quite a strange coincidence that just
as we are fully made aware that our Sec
retary of the Treasury had resigned, the
news should come that the rebel. Secre
tary cf the Treasury had.resignod.. As
the "sinews of . war" are manufactured
in these Departments this may have con
siderable bearing upon the future conduct
cf the War. In this change, we fear,
the rebels tjq decidedly the advantage
cf us, inasmuch as it will be difficult to
find a better man for the place than Mr.
Chase, and according to rebel accounts
'h ;U's full of better Secretaries, than
We see by our exchanges that Hon.
S. G. Dailt, has recently written a
pamphlet on Nebraska an J its resources,
for .distribution in Europe, principally in
Germany, withaviewof directing emi
gration to cur Territory. This is a very
commendable undertaking, and we have
no dcult will greatly, increase the emi
gration of Germans to Nebraska. 'Thou
sands and tens of thousands cf Germans
emigrate annually to the United States,
and it requires but little effort to guide a
very large portion cf thern to pur fertile
prairies. Mr. Hoffman, the editor cf
the German paper at Omaha is also en
gaged in publishing a directory 6f Ne
braska, for .the purpose cf influencing
The friends cf Wm. HabdeswIio
wa,s shot in this City (BrownvilIe,Neb.)
cn the first day cf April last, by a mili
tary Sentinel, are notified that there are
various articles cf clothing end other
things of seme value... that belonged lo
deceased, now ,in possession of Mr. R.
V. Muir, cearjhis place. It is supposed
that his relations reside near Indianapo
lis, Ind. Any further, infcrmationVcan
be obtained by addressing a letter either
to the editors of this paper or to R. V.
Muir. . . '
Indianapolis papers please' copy.
We learn that on Monday next,vMr.
Perkins, the photographic artist, leaves
Rock Port for Brownville, Nebraska.
Mr. P. has taken a large number of pic
tures while he has been here and given
general satisfaction. He has the finest
aparatus we hare ever seen, keeps the
best cf stock and takes the best of pictures
At Brownville we bespeak him a gocd
run cf work, which he is ure to have
wherever his specimens are exhibited.
Atchison Co. Journal.
The Dem. Territorial Convention took
it upon themselves to insinuate that Sec.
Paddock would administer an cath, or at
least make the attempt, .'compellinghe
members of the Constitutional Conven
tion to remain in session until a Constitu
tion was framed, whether the people de
sired them to stay or not. A meaner
slander never was perpetrated. ' The
oath administered vras short and simple.
There never was a more honest or faiths
ful officer in Nebraska than A.'S. Pad
dock. 1 - -
''That Mr. Chase is cne of the' ablest
financiers in the ccuntry, no one doubts,
1 "at he is the only cne is very doubt-
TELEGRAPH AROUND THE
There are great telegraph lines now'
talked of in Europe, connecting the Ea
stern and Western Hemisphere." ' ; ' ,
One cf these is the Atlantic Tele
graph, extending from the. West coast of
Ireland via New Fcundland to Nova Sco
tia. . . ...
. Another is, to be constructed under
Spanish Auspices, from spain across - the
Meditcxanean to. the Earbary State;
eastward and 'southward to the most east
ern part of Africa and across the Atlan.
tic "to Brazil."" Massing" by way of the
Cape Verde Islands, there will not be a
crrenier stretch of wire submerged than
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C00 'mile3.. , . . ., f . ,
But the mo'st important one to us is the
Third; which proposes . to, connect , the
United States, with Asia'and the Russian
Empire vii'Bhering'Straits. Sec. Sew.
ard is engaged in trying to consumate
this enterprise. ,JNebra5karis spoken of as
the starting' point of thi3 linel We copy
the following ba this subject from'lhe'N.
Y. Tribune. t, f . , , , .
The bases, of tVs enterprise are, cur
American network tf lbfecTaph oh-one
side,' and on the other that ; of-Russia,
which already reaches eastward from St.
Petersburg through -Moscow, Novgorod,
Kazan, Perm, and. Omsk, to Irkoutak
(four thousand miles),. Mongolia to Pe
kin. Nankin, and, Canton, while the main
line is carried oa eastward 2,500 , miles
further, to the mouth of the Amoar on
the Seacf Okhotsk. .. 5o far, the Rusiaa
Government is pledged to carry "the
wrok, and there can be no doubt of its'
speepy ccmpleticn. " '' y ,At
Here a private cpm.ptny .propose; to
take hold, and carry a line around the
Sea of Okhotsk and the Gulf of Penjin:Cc
and Anadir to East Cape; thence. across
Behring's Straits to Cape Prince-of
"Wales, and thence scuth-eastwardly
across Russian America, to Mount St.
Ejias, snd so down . the coast through
British America and cur own Pacific
wilds, till it meets and connects with our
constantly extending wires. The entire
length cf thi3 magnificent line, from-the
mou'h of the Amour to that of -the Col
umbia, is about G,500 miles; but less
than 50 cf them streach throuh water;
while the climate is said to be milder than
the corresponding latitudes cn our At
-Mr. Perry Mr. Collins, the projector
and actuary of this enterprise, asks our
Government to aid it as follws;
1." By furnishing vessel to lay the sub
merged -caTdey - '--" - - -
2. By granting the 'right cf way over
our public lands,- with permission tc eut
timber thereon, and:'to "-bcccpy a'fsquare
mile cf those lands (if such there shall be)
at earH station, separated ;by distance of
fifteen miles- . .
3. By agreeing to use the line (or at
least to pay for its use) to the extent of
850,000 per annum, after it shall hare
been completed, and so long as it shall be
in serriceable condition.
We , believe no serious objection is
made to any cf these requirements but
the critical state of our countr and her fi
nances very naturally exposes to demur.
But, considering that nothing is to pa paid
till the lino shall be in workjng order, as
it cannot be for several years,'nor until
after an outlay of many msilmnsthat
this is the enly Iin3 likely to be construc
ted which will not probably, in case of a
war between us and a Evropen Power, be
wholly controlled by our enemies and
that our Government must inevitably wish
to make a liberal use of this telegraph
when completed we trust that this pit
tance will not be grudged it, but . that it
will be cheerfully grated, and will soon
bring us into ready and constant comiRu
r.ication not only with'Europe, but - with
the countless millions of China", of Japan,
and of the other populous and wealthy
regions of the East. It is not often that
so vast a good is' proffered U3 at so small
a cost.. ' ' . .
Later It is staled' the Kearsige cap
tured 63 ofiicers and crew of the Ala-
Lama. v , ,
Sims published a statement that he naa
9 killed and 20 wound eb. He chr.rgcs
that the Kearsage continued firing a.ttr
the Alabama "struck her fiag.
The World's headquarters special of
the 29th ulCsays a series of light show
ers . have-improved the atmosphere
Smith has" advanced his.line thirty yards
nrd 'occupied' the" Works vacated by the
I rebels by our movement. ......
at Headquarters Army.cf the Potomac,
says: :Wilscn?s-command consists of his
own and Kaulzdivisiou. Not stornj1
except to break. the Weldon road, which
he did at Ream's Station, he moved
rapidly to Burkiville. the intersection of
Danville and Richmond and Petersburg
and Lmchburg roads, thirty miles from
R-ichmcnd. - - ' ;
i He then went -to work with all the
might of thousands of- active men. Up
to this time he met with but little opposi
tion. With headquarters at Burksville,
he dispatched commands in each "of the
four directions where lay a railroad.
Oa thefDanvl;le road he burned bridges
for forty miles," thoroughly destroying
ties and burning every rail twenty miles
betwween the Petersburg and Lynchburg
road he utterly desiroyei twenty miles
and burnt bridges beyond that. '
LIST OF LETTERS
rtenainin ia the Post OSoo at Crownville, N. T.,
Ja!j 1st. 13J4: "
The World's Washington special says
if Fessenden accepts the Secretaryship
of the Treasury, his policy will be to
First. Repeal the gold bill and all
restrictions upon.com merce.
Second, Issue additional currency
merely to make the money market
Third, The establishment of a system
of open loans. to supply the necesssties of
the Government and reduce, the excess
Fonrth, The stoppage of the war' ci
thu Stats banks.
' Fifthly, Make the : tariff more of rev
enue than a political basis,! .t .- ,
Sixth, As heavy rate of taxation as
Congress can le induced to impose.
Seventh, Issne six'ber cent interest
bearing notes instead of currency.
Eighth, A system cf collecting the
taxes so as not to withdraw the cur
rency kuddenly and embarrass trade..
Bosworth, Kaie O
Ilills, Klias ' -'
Lawra S .
Eilers, John " ' .
Eilers.J&hoD ' '
Green. Geo. E
ITarri?, Miss Abby
Hallara, Thomas L
Kes3CB9, Henry ;, .
Letury. D J W
McCul'.ough, Lafayett Jos
Schmidt. Louij '
Ska.au, Miry E
Jobestoa A Sprotten
Tref.-en, M D 2
Tu'li", John I .
View, William '
Yanderenter, Morgan )
or Lhristopuer )
Wtar Department, Washixgtox, Ju
ly 3: nine. jr. To Major-General dix,
New York: A' dispatch from General
Crant's headquarters this morning, gives
the following results of Ceneral Wilson's
operations : s'11' miles of railroad have
thoroughly destroyed.' 1 he Danville
road, General Wilson reports, could not
be repaired in less than forty days, even
if all the necessary material was on nana.
He destroyed all the blacksmith shops
where rails miht be straightened and
all- mills where scantlings for sleepers
could be sawed. Witson brought in
about 400 negroes and many horses and
mules, gathered by his force. He re
ports that the rebels slaughtered without
mercy the negroes they took-. Wilson s
loss cf properly is a small wagon train,
used to carry amunition, his ambulance
train and twelve cannon. The horses of
the artillery wagons were generally
Cf the cannon two were removed from
their carriag.es,- the wheels of which
were, broken and thrown into the water,
and one other gun had been disabled by
rebel shot,- breaking its trunirn. He
estimates his total loss from 750 to 10,
000', including those lest frcm Kauntr's
division. - -'
A rebel, force made its appearance
near Martinsburg this morning, . and
were at last accounts destroying the rail-,
road and advancing on Martinsburg.
The reports received as yet are too' con
flicting tcJ determine: the magnitude of
the force or extent cf its operations.
. E. M. STANTON. -
Philadelphia, July' 5ih. Enquirer
special says much excitement at. .Gettys
burg arid country south of Harieburg.
consequence upon rumors thatdarge bod
ies rebels are making a raid into Mary
land and south Pa.
The following is the rery latest from
military sources :
: Chambersburg, 4. Latest information
is that small cavalry force crossed at
Falling Waters, and mam body "number
ing 6 000 within three miles of Wjlliams
port. . . ;
Parrisburg. Midnight July 4th' Of
ficial information from the border, indi
cates the enemy advancing Northward.'
Yesterday morning Siegel was attacked
at Leetown and Darkville by large force
of the enemy, said to be undcr . Early,
and drived from his position with Slight
loss. Siegel says there were 2,000 cav-
:ry. JN umber of lnlantry not known.
Object of uhe-raid can enly be, stealing1
horses, provisions ancLreturning before
force sufficient to cope with them cculd be.
raised. , .
Washington July ' tTlhBotK-houses
of Congress' adjoined cirie die at 12 1-2
yesterday after noons : It is believed that
all bills; passed by : both Houses been
signed by the 'President. . ,. '. , ..
N. Y., July 5th. i?cllowing received
by the City of Baltimore: .
Pirat Alabama left Cherebourg, on the
19th,r to engage the Kearsage, ;nnd at;
tackeofher ten miles from shore. En
gagement lasted an' hour and forty min
utes. Both vessels made seven complete
circles in maneovering, at a distance of a
quarter to half mile. Fight resulted in
the" Alabama's' being sunk. Captain
Sims and part of the crew were saved,
by English yacht Deerhound. Before
leaving Cherebourg, he left 60 chronom
eters, all his specie and ransom bonds.
There was no cne killed, only three
wounded in Kearsage. Sims reported
slightly:, woueded. Three of the Ala
bama's officers and six of her ctew were
landed at Cherebourg from French pilot
boat. Also from British ship.
Bonlom, Francis, i
Coilm mn, Heife
Erans, Edward A
Evan?. Philip E
Freeman. T 11
Garner, JuSSf-h il
Howard, l4chel . . .
Hl!, John . r
llison, John II -Ircr?,
Lon, I)oug!a?3 M .
Mann, Wm E
JUrtin, Wm II -Masienl.S
X oer, W II
Phillip?, B William
Pa'm?r, Jam"3 Calvin
Roberts. El'zibeth '
Sexton, Jti'Ma A
Stant ja, J E .
Spener, A D
Thotapxon, S A
Tdrdsn, J D
Vand, Henry 11
W ilson, Andrew i
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Persons calling will please sayadrertise l.
Of tlie City of BrbiYiiTillc.
B it Ordand by te City Cjuncil of the City
of JirowHviUe, jcurai:a Jemtory, a Joilow3 :
Sec. 1, Wbn any person sball ma&o comp'aint to
the JIflyor tbat any ground, within taa urn t of the
city, baa tberton stagnant water or wator liable to
become efnnnt. it eball be the duty of tbo Mayor
to m.tke oat a written notice to the owner cf fne'j
ground, notifying tbo owner to .draia the eame
within a time therein specified : said notice shall
be serred by the inar?hall,t teat fire days berdre
the time when the draining ia requlr-.d to ba done,
I v ucIiTenn' a copy cf ?ai J rcti -o to tbo person1 to
be to notified, or by leirin a copy at bis u?unl plae1
of re?iuence and tne mirsiiad saa.1 return tao onri-
nal to lie miyor. If the pr'on no notified shall
neglect to draia sntb ground, after due notice as
aforesaid, the Mayor shail direct the same t to dne
by the Street Commi.'sioner, and -the City shall re
cover the cost and cipnics of draining such gruuna
of eaid cwner in an action before the Mnyor.
rsE or tike arms.
Sec. 2, It shall ba unlawful for any person t cis
charge or shoot r ffacy firearm?, ent rarrrss any
street or alley wiih'n the limits of the city. Any
person oSTendinj against the pmrij -us ti this .?
tjon fhalt. upon crnrictkn thereof before ths'M.iyOr,
be fined in aDy sum not lat than enc daller nor more
than tea dollars.
Soc. 3, It snail be nri'awfal for any percn to
carry on cr have within tho limita of the city any
slaughter hou;e, en or yard, without havinj; fir't
obtained fron the city council a permU thervior.
Anvpeison o"cud:Dg against the pr vi;i:-r of this
section shall upon convicticn thereof be fined in any
sum not less than two cor mere than thirty dollars
BREACH OE riACE.
Sec. 4, If any person shall disturb the peace r
quiet of the city or of any of the citisens theretf,
by loyd or unusual noises er by tumultuous or cTti
sive carriage, threatenicg, traducing, quarreling,
challenging to fight or fighting, or by loud or inde
cent language, such, ptrioa on conviction il drcof .
shall be. lined in any sum not exceeding fifty dollars.
ASSAULT A1TD BATTXHT.
See. 5, If any person or per.cns shall be guilty
f an asi-suir or assault and battery, or cf a z alrny
by Cgbtifg or beating at fisticuff.-", s icb p.er?oa or
persons shall upoa conviction thereof be tiaed in
any sum not lesi tbaa five dollars nor more thaa
See. 6, If any person or persons shall play for
money cr other valuable thing, at any gamj with
cards, dice, cheekier at billiards, or with any other
article or instrument, thing or tbirgs whatsoever,
which may be used for the purpose af playing or
letting upon or winnidg or losing moneyjor any
other thing or things article or articles of value, cr
shall betoa any game others nny to playing, every
person so o Tonfling shall ba finsd not exceed. eg
filty dollars, :
See.. 7, If any. person shall by himself, herself
servant or other agent, for his or bcr gain or prcfit,
keep, nave, cxereisB or maintain a griming hon-e
table or room, cr iaany house or pUee occupied by
him orher, procure or permit any persons to frequent
or come together ta'play for money or other viilua
bio thing at any g 'tne, every pers-ji so offending
ah&tl upon conviction' thereof ba Hazl ia any ma
sot exceeding f ty tiollars. . ? J '
EOUSE- 01" ILL-FAME, ETC.
Sec. 8If .any pcrstn shall be gnilty of opt n
lewdness ff o'ber notorious'a.'t of public in 3"vrency
Unding to delauoh the ruliie moruls, or hailkeep
open any tippling bos se on the SaHbat'n day or nigh
or shall maintain or k;p a It wi house or place , for
the practice of formication, or a'aall kiep a common
ill-governed and disorderly houso for tLe enoocrage
loeut of ifileness, gaming, drinking, forsicaiioa cr
other misbehavior, every person so cT-inding suall,
spon conviction thereof bo fined in any earn not
exctedirj fifty dollars. .
, KUISAyCE. . .
Sec. 9, It fhall be cnlawfal forth otraer cr oc
cupant of an; building within the city to eaffir the
same to tecome Lithy or ucwu oles- ma. Any pcrsca
offending sgainst the provisitasof this section, after
two daja notice given.by the marshal! ti acli nr-
son to clean and abate the same, shall upon cm-
vjcuon inereci vrs aaea ia any san not moro thaa
THEATEICAL EXHIBITIONS, SHOWS, ETC.
See. 10, It shall be cnlawful for rrny person to
have or give any theatrical exhibition or public
show for which, money is demanded cr received,
without having first obtained from the JIayor a li
censo therefor. Any person cTcnding against the
provisions of this section, shall be fined ia any saai
not more than twenty-five dollars.
FAST BIDI5G OR rRIVI3G.
Ses.'ll. It shall l9 unlawful for zvi-ttmt, t-
rldo or drive alos anr- street or allev of tnn eitv.
at an immoderate, rapid or onnsaal gait : Any pcr-
fuu oaenaing againss tne provisions, cr this section
"ybo it.ippd and wrested thereat by any citiien
cf tha city, and opoa conviction thereof ftneb. per
son shall ba fined in any sum not mere tuan twenty
five dc"irs. , (
.SIDEWALKS. STREETS, ALLETi, ETC.
c. 17 Tt sdll ba r.alawfal ftr r.BV person cr
umber or I lock
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r-crsors to encumber or dock upaay s.rcei, u.j,
gqi are,' side walk or cwmg tr thee:-:-, Wi.a any
vehicle, bcx, -wood, timler, lumber or ether subst
ance or material whatever interfering with the
free use of the same. Any parson ofecling against
the provisions of tbi3 section shall be fined ia any
sum cot exceeding fifteen dollars.
?-: ' IMPOCSDiyo SWIKE.
: Sec; 15, It ihaU be tho duly of. the mirshsll to
impound an vand all swine fc-ani running atlaigs
wiihin the limits of the city, and if the same shall
not be reclaimed witLirt five days, and the cost3 and
expenses of taking cp and keeping the same paid to
the marshall, then it shall be tha duty of the mar
shall to sell such i wine at puUIo auction and apply
so much of the proceeds hereof as may be necessary
to the payment of snid ccst3 and expenses. The
marshall be allowed f jr each and every swine soim
pcaaded, to be collected from the ownr thereof or
oa sale th'jrsof , as aforesaid, the sum of twenty-?a
cents for Ukiag up'sucll swin if over six months
old and ton cents if under aix month? cM, five cents
per day for keeping tho sama ii over six months old
aEd two cents per day if under six mmth3 eld, and
the sum of ten cents for selling the same.
Seo. 14, If any person shall deposit cr leave with
in the city limits any putrid animal or vegetable
matter, any deod animal tr any unwholesome sub
stance whatsoever, or if any person occupying any
premises upon which any sua pu'.ried animal or
vegetable matter, de.id nnim.il or unwholesome sub
stance as aforesaid, shflil havo been deposited or left
or shf.ll have accnuiuhted, shall negicst crrefose
upon three hours notice saving been given to bim
cr her by the city mirjhall to remove the s'nme be
yond the city limits and to such place as sh-i.ll be
designated by the city marshal! , every person so
rf.-nding shall ba fined in any sum tot exceeding
twenty dollars. . ; -
SIBEWALKS AD 'CUTTEItS.
Sec. 15, It shall-' be the duty of t'-e occapant or
occupants of evory lot or part of lut wThiu the limi s
of the city to keep clean the Filwalk and gutter in
fr ,ntof the same. An 1 it shall b unlawful for ar.y
prsr n tn leave or dpo-it any dirt.fi! th.cr any mate
rial or substance whatsoever ca any sidewaik, or in
anyeutt r or street within theity; any' pcrun of
fending a;ainst the provision? cf this section shall
ta fined in any sum not exceeding ten dollar's.
MEASUREMENT OF HAT AND WOOD.
Sec. 16, It shall bo -unlawful for any p arson to sell
any hay or fire-wood within the city limits without
having first had th ame weighed or measured by
the city marshall ai & obtained a certificate of the
amount of such weight or measurement, for which
services the mirsball shall be entitled to twenty-five
cents per load of bay and ten cents per load cf wood;
any person ffTen licg r.gaiast tlte prt visions of this
section shall be fined ia any sum not more thaa three
! ; ; ;.;r (if tr-- ) t- I
. ( r "T rT7Tr,'CrPT7TT,7T P rr
PIANO-FORTE M A N u h A CTUREs-
T Mfpnt; rf the Pub.io anltje trala ;s invito
Fcrte.. which for voTume and pnnty of tone are unr vedb- h '"f n
contVm all the tandem ixprovemcnts, French. Grind art.on, Larpi c.a;. Iron I jT ,
L trd e-vh ir.trument being made under the p-irsonal iapen'i-i-a ct ir.J.H. ihr;.'
hod a. practical e eri.we of over DO years in theirmamture, xi :l er:rj;- tr;
ovrrcli others Rt tiicC'cItbratctl w oiia's : 1 Vd:
7,Prc CTv:.;.ci irtrumcots from tha besi E.-.krs of London. Pari., Oennin.T.pL .. ,
imorc.Cvton .ndXerv York; and al at the Aner.,,3 latitat, .or . ;f c
ilv-r medal fr(!n both ' of whi,-b can be set, at oar rc-rc.
By -the irtrodtion of improvements we mak, a Unl m ;rt renect Hano Forte. r.t.a by vUTT.
kry, ;itna stnctlj cash system, are eraLk-d totfet tits mstrments at . ... .
an rrjjT-iiiij-.!. . t- 3 -t ;-.--)
PIIICLS-No. 1, Seven Octave, roun i corn-irs. i jw r ' - " r"".,..
No. 2. Seven Octave, round e rrors. KusewoM h;.vv m-i, linX v-. o , .
No 3 Seven Octav.-. round comers Ko-ewood Una XI V s:y.3 ?.J a tfy
ESCHIPTIVC CIUCULKS SENT FUE2. jane SJ-nlJ-v-j ly -
To all whem it may concern :
N ti 'e is hereby given that I will sell to tlie high
est bidder fr cash, the fallowing rrsl esUi!: 'lhe
northeast qaarter cf sccti' n nn-bcr II in town
ship nai!i';er 5 ring 1 1 ca.-t ; sn'e to t.-ke -;lace in
DroTcvi;; on the Ui'i dav f Jolv," ISit. at 10 o'
cWil'.M. ' MAr.xilAI.UNAN. -
June 20ib, 131. 42-3w-?2 - AJminstratrix.
OF NEW AND WELL-SELECTED
PLAT Cv.'., M?t uimU, SV
JiVU. Tatreat t:.reat, iki
br ,xii twiiiC. -to bi b !
To a' I wLcn ii m.tj cor-?r.
TiCreiiv pven tri t: an apvl ca":.,i
made in the I rjiala Co iilr f Xer
N. T. to have Ciilv.nr X
OF THE CITT COUNCIL.
See. 17, The City Conneil shall hold a meetingen
the first Ifonday of each month, and the Mayor miy
call sptc:al meetings at such times as Le may deem
Fee. 18, A majority of the Conmil shall consti
tute a qaornm, and any two members thereof may,
at a regular meeting, in case of the absence of the
other member?, send for absentees, a-,d any council
man absenting himself from a crating of the r?z
cil m-y bo ?;rt for br tb- ecun:il zzl zniji -3 ar
rested and brought in br the marshal.
Sec. 0, Ith!ili i.'A the duty of the "cc-ncilsen
to be present at ail meetings of the Coanoi!, and
any mt'tuber beicg absent three tims consecutively
may, on motion, bo remove J, by a twa third rote,
frvm said oCce.
of citt orncxns.
Sec. 20, The M.iycrand Clerk shall each ba al
lowed two dollars for er.ch meeting cf the Council.
Each Councilman shall be allowed one d .ILir for
each meeting. Provided, thai no Cuncilmaa th ill
receive pay for any meeting at whkh he waj cot
Sec. 21 .The City Treasurer sT'all rccelv?, f,-r b is
services, the same fee3 as are allowed ta CouLty
Treasurers for similar services.
Sec. 22, All ether t Eccrs shall .t all-vwcd the
same fees as cennty r precinct tQceri are allowed
for the same or siniiLir services.
Pec. 23, Any oSeer of the ri'y miy, by a two
tb'rl Totf theCity Counc-I, be removed fn m hie
cf5ee for oE5rial misconduct, c-rrupfion, incompe
tency to discharge ihe duties of his idee or neglect
or letuseai so to c . In su' h case r.rj mpmocrot the
CoutiCii may pres-nt to the Council, in writi.'ig. tho
charges against sK-h fficer,f!r,d fhereu-pon th'.May
orshall summon bim to answer at such t:me as tiie
mayor shall deem proper : 3rd sneh odo r sbili
thereupon be trid teT.ro tbo Council and shall be
beard in his defense, end may bo then expt lieiy as
aforesaid, by a two-third vote of tLo Cvuneil.
v. A ft ?; i HZ
v rf n S '-i! f Li rt
J jst received, at
JOHN A. PONN'S
: C H E A. J?
DKY GOODS AND 6KGCEIIT STORE.
The Latest Style of Lndies'
t . Fancy Dress Good?,
Summer Shawls, IIat5, e etc.
Dry Goods, Grccerie?,
Has, Caps, Boots, Shnc?,
Iron, Nails, Flour Bacon.
Furniture, Sash Doers,
; Visdow Ghss, etc., eic.etr
Ailminittrat.yrcf the ectateoi ArcLL'.
lev, dec?as-? 1 ar.i that Mir.iiv th; Z
of June L-Cl, at I'J o'Jo.i a.
set to her sai.I apvlicatioi. -
D. C. SAXDEr.3,rr,l:;3;:
cash iuiDToTt iur:C
WAXTrp. t J XT.
Erowr:vi;ie aci Pc-t. I!e
price a cash. Prinoa r
u?. F -r r M-tV-;' tr
or J. W. .as - -T,
prir; thea , :
.-e cf i. V. S.
fa f.;-V - - f,. ,
A? Pcs'n-. T: p; ?r i-icr, ilj !.'-; '
TTtiVa h rul Pell - - -
nucAD ens OAQUH
hes A: "
Sec. 24, The JIayor tr.aj, when be deems fiii the
peace and good order of the City requires it, order,
by proclamation, the closing of all pht-es where in
txicatirg liquors are sold at retail. Jt shall be the
duty of tae Marshal to see that ueh proclamation
is obeyed, he may call to bs cssfstanc a p sse to
enforce such order ; cn 1 any person rs-i'u-irg to obey
such prtclamaticn of the mayor, or rtfusir.g to serve
as a pcse, shall, on cor.vieti n th'. reof, be fijed in
any sum not rai-rc than fifty d -liars.
Sc. 23, It s-hnll be rnt iwful ftr rny p'rsVtj' tt
pcrs n toveo.'., give away.ofAr or xro.-e fur sale,
ny matt, solritu u or vin-us Tq i-.-rs, r in"-.T'.ca;-ing
drink, or ti keep. bavo errain-:a sut rxwi rr
place where any such milt. ffiriUious o" visous
liquors or intoxicating drink isso'd. given n-rsy cr
offered ir exposed fr sale without Luvir.g first raa-lo
appli'atlrn 'or and obaircd a ii cr,se thereto fr m
theC.ty Council.. It shall Le the dutyof tho Ci y
Marshal to ir.est and ta!e bfo-etLe M.wt ay
fer?:-n cfTnding against the pr vi-i. f this sec
tion, and t) c!.se up any sur-h r-,m or p'aee and
take possession of any such ii-yi- rs found therein ;
any pers -n oTcndiag ag-vir.-st the prvi-i .ns of this
setiun shall on Ci)nvicu"-n thero be f. ni ia ar.y
sum not exee'iing fifty dollars nor kss thaa ten
The forcgoirg Ordlnacc-s were rasced at a meet
ing of tho City Connci!, of tho City cf Lrownvitle,
hd June 29i, ISM.
CHAS. C. 70?5ET. Mayor.
Attest : TTn. E. McCkeery. Oicr'-r.
Ju!y7tb, 'oi. rl-v-Tf-r iDCO.
rJ?. 25C- -
That tre teeth are among tb" m :-st iai:.ortant cr-
gins of the human system, few no to uri 1,'rstan I,
and many arc unwilling to believe. 1 hey re cons -
quentiy neglect-d, income dis-.-ae J, an I are lost.
even in eany l.te, v,th a trequericy really alarriirg
to the philabthropiat. Parents neglect their mouth ,
their teeth becomu diseased, vt-njoauentlr the
whole system is impaired, ai d dtbilitatd constitu
tions ar necesiirily linirtrsl to th-jir olsring.
whose teeth are, in turn, re;h ctel, ml f'i ca--
victims to decay, thus transmitting increased, Jehii
ity to succeeding g-ner.itit.-n3.
Agencies of this&jnd have been at work ff r a lo: tr
period, and the consequence is tLat cood tt-eLh.
though fondly desired, are scldt-m seen.
1 tie Dental I rofl-a-b n, ( not ac.uatcd by mere n
cuniary gain,) laboring to eorre. t tuis state of slairs.
ou'-r remeuies which, ljr eS-i 'iicy, art probably un
equalled by those of any wilier dciaituiJi.; of med
icine or surgery.
Then wh;lc we are scnspulonsly nice as respects
the appearance and condiiba of articles of apranl,
aad eveu hearth stoat s ; let uscn forget the teeth
withia our iaou:h, throcgh whkh wd Wreath and
i'vr be it knewn, that dollars and cent3 fail to
computathe cviia which follow such u gleet. This
admitted, we should not m cal'a.tato worse thin
irivolous excuses, from less than iia-in ny mauri
al, and set them to war upon the cgl ivtiuns of our
better judgment, made strong by ob.-eivation and
experience : contrary to, and in violation of, the
Crttgreae tew of nature, AVhkh is, SeU-prescrva-tioa.
Lat u;.a the ceatrury, we sacuH tppreoiale
oar mouths like, and emulate the example of, o ir
gnat General U. &. Grant, to hUoaiiers and mea ;
wbo.ia starting cpoa the movement against Vicks
barg, burdened with tha forcible claims of a thoa
sasd uawelcoma carea.J -llg took niutr a aorsi aor
a servant, ovtrcoat. nor blanket, nor ttut nor camp
ehest.' liis only baggage ,iniisted of a toolhbj-uih.
. D EIST T I S T , .
,. BROWNVILLE, 'EBHA3IIA. -
All werk Warranted eqnal to the finest specimens
from the East, corapetitioa invited, ex;elieaey de
fied. Priees anpreatdeattdly low, for the first order
Xeigaboricg Towns Ac'visited npon solkitaCon.
- Brownville, July 7th. '., a4i v3-tf
Cail end ex.imine his stock be
Prowr.viHc, Jane 2.3:h, V.l.
STRAYED OR STOLEN
Frnt the sut -briber, living on the Little N'onshi.
nef.r M. tterpy P. O., on the llh in't.,!s l.t.v-,,
horse. aVnt lOycars old, has ha 1 the big-b -:! o:;- e
ono white h:rd f.K.f, an! one- Urown :.tc. o yv.r
old.hoavv wiih fjal. Anv icforinati- n:w:i'ii will
lead to their recovery will b aroolv row i-.ld
.T.!F.el7!ri.l3t. ' nil-vS-lt
Tc at! whoni if n.i? ririT
lhst tJirp ta-. been aop -.ci
Pr,.lae Cj"rt if .f-a:.i
WVfis A iiini-'riVT 'f tt.
ri .Til n r
J i a
I!',t!'- is T:rK-r It'"!
:; ;.!! Ois i t -.
V 'ji :y t-- .-; r. r,--.
.,f? Mi l T(-niai C-Miirv, t,nt it-.t M-.r.jr t r ; i
of Juv.nis te tim'3 mt it ter a.i-I d.:. a m sa I
T. C. SJVT'-'S. Prcti'e.
B"nwav:le. Jn3 33. T?.'l, n .3)-3v 1
WET.L Bicrts, ChTrn-. 5:eve,
Ciutue r.ns a"-! Ci-i!e sip
At 1 . in 5
J. AT. 'Wj-rif r b vlp.epn srrointf.l Amif.i.trat-iT
f tie K-rateof Krni 11. B of tt:.jcwuy t.t
Pirer. Nelr.iska Territt.rv, Ce-.oe-l. ni h e is h?r
J y pivpn t alt prscns hivitist claims st ?.- 1 F-
t;:'t tnvt t'.;a cn fl:c in the t ff.e it t T- !n'
J ' f Fi WiP; c ior.ty.N. T , on u- tefore :.hp H .:
tl.ty oi Xvver.iccr. a. p. t54, the tiir.e set h-r Le-i.-:c
JI. O 1 ortE, Trnt.a p Jn-tre.
Tuvr.ee City, Kay S:b. a. d. 11. r.37-3 -J -pi
PAHA Tcbs. Krg. Wa-bt oards Ccerers, CiiUrea's
Cats and WbeelbTrr. -x
At Ttlcljrc'hjin & Swr-n'j.
At 2IcI.a:ic;h!in Swan's.
r.ichard El Case, PlaictiiT.) Pefcre D. C. Sander?,
against V Ex-oocio Justice of the
Phillip Eoffaiaa, Dcf
fesuat) Peace, Xemaha countr.
Oa the 20th day of Jane, a. d.,lS5, sail Ja;ti0e
iesacd aa Order cf attachment ia the above action
for the sua of sixty dollars. '
... . RICHAr.D E.CASE. '
' Erownville, JnaeTjlh, 1S54." nli-VvSt '
SHESP Shears of the roost approved raase, for sale
'v.,r,n - .
fo a!l whom it nay concern, n:tice i b ce'ir &rt
tttt there hi tern apJicHti.-n ni vic t l e Pr. luxe
Ccurt cf Xemahi Coty. f-r tbe ar-r '! ment tf .t-.i
Jmin-strator cp n iv.e esfate of Jj-nes o-si -n-j.
CIM.-.O.I. Ld that M.nddv. 1 80th i ir inu. ISS-i.
a-. 1 o'J-xk, r. M.. i; the tima ei to ler ai.l Ueter
cino sa.J appticaii-.a.
i). c. s.i.vorr.?. ?
B.-ownville Ja-.e3t, 14, 3:io3.p-l
--r.v:l n.'n. Dresia.T, Pi! anl (--
li.t.i. "v7.w!ea Pocket cm') . T -5icc Tm
e:s, KL-h llis snl line, 4a:.. 4..
At JlcLutighlm & S trnn'.
By virtr. of an eTec!'ia n:! or-lr rt ! :5Tj"t
otit if the Di-trict Conrt cf the CVsr.ty r f Nemati, in
the Territory cf Xebrakj, and ti C.r ctc ! as tve
Steriarcf sail Cinntv, I will.
Cn Monday the U!h daf cf J'i7j, 1(4,
A'.' 1 o'clock t tv. t-f'er f r .: j ct ic i-c-
tbT, at tne ii.r of te Brtruvii; e n.i-e. ii'Kf.i'y
n r woTiuc, in ssi . cjr.:y,f Ai-naUn. t!;a: Y-p
ttf c or!.-, in which the la-t tersi t f sj 1 1 e..-,r
bol I. tbe followiua dsrril)! r?a'
ii ir.a-p.t anl ttiirtr (:i )
tiumM nine 3 :.rt.:n (ir) n K;i -anmhor :.
tweaiy, ia the city of B.-jwiiu, in the cou-v .:
Neniaha. v Temt .-ry f Xefcraij ; tu i irt,;ertr
1'oin? more f;:i!r le-rribel i foil w, twit; te:i:
t.ini at the n-rth-e't c .r-i-r .r siil 1 t nn.u'nr i,n .
rnanioc then- e wort cne banl'Ol and tl irty eft 112
toet. tUeace suUj raeiy "Kjl fAt tbcr.co t ,t r .
. o.;.Ui t -ii.ia aiacv'irt. w:f-fln VVra. H
MtH. nj no o-ucre-l t. b? k'.A to :I-'y the 3a 1
aie'.l renJer-j in tti-t ic-I .a"'
.icaKi.uei bj uu. iSisE: C .v cf 2rr,r. A D
tet f ff nf lb" l-jrr
:tJrdc4 thirty (130) Ieet.tl.eare ikhII no tr p .)
t t . tbe pUceof be.inni'ii;; Mid pr ;rt hvin
n heretofore r.ttactcn as tbe prperty of tbe d-
Fcr rja'. :.r;,-p.
""frs, AfoiS in fur?, Vo.;'J,
ect.s ca Pxu.is. Vo U, Animal,
r.-t no in r.;-. .-.n-i si.m r? ;t , t.
ii anl ?J si- for II f'.'.'.s, I'alr-r b '
t)r,'f ir '.'JiivJ; r?m riies kol.
"Free f.t -a p..i.-."
d -.nzeroij t thT n-f.'!?",.i F,
"r.at ".-iae out of tV.-ir hjl-s U
? 1 "Whi ".'.; in a"t b.T" ':'".
X.ff jiJd hr a'. t llM7.nJ ii ;':;. Ti"r
Z M '. !'rtss 111 f n'l w.t!,; . ;..
that ";')-T a ';'' vn? r on '-'
I: -t :Ie, and r !i . T cf.,r.- rsf?;.
st" A-Tdr- i:?::iv P.. c'
lT P:tivi-i!Al. Dhtt'T 4 -id L'tl'.'--ir '
S 1 y All V. -..le aailL-i...
ia Lrc aviiie, NirVriia.
W J t
n . v
Tin: i: iir or r;:.
c.t ral.-. a a- 1 r-txyt r
An:i-Slavery, i'tri.f'.c, a n-i " rt'i
jb. dse?.. qnntft. nd c!.oni..
i'. cfry a-d '.l i?:o ha K-ca r: i
th;-! v-'-jV. t- t-'-rr-:-r-L; 1 wi'.h i t. :'
e by t'.ie m-iiija, in ?'! ' -1
c' are?-- in t c s tr e t. i.
in hi tr"-vi lrc. h:.s cm', cr-oa
.-loth sj aaltuu. i--".
rONTTTNTS, IS r.tr.T.
T.!r Frvl.m'i i fc ;i
-Rreaft the Cha-r., ' a
'rrtx-nt i3 hir, on. rr. ( i
Oh ! li-Tyv the H.:..n:rV-Hid..;7 't
S-:.;" '.-.r.r t!ic C n r!'1'-!
IV-ri- iU :" P.'r ?y oa r?
b-in.U';' "V.'hc-e I.iivrty- &') n
When Sl.iv-rv tiie thcre'il If t'
Frf'tiTi. Oii h? rwheTi;
S..iT; of Frc.'-lr.in," et.
I'rife only cent? - ir.l
r-cr itu ; r-usti.'e t cei;r.
TEZ Wi;hit iaari-. t prir v :d
Larje ?- -rtn er:t .f Foe-:-; ka.v-:;.-
OF .THE !:
L'.qv! -r 'int
Rjirf-1 ta 1 t
C:t-.T ever t i"1
T W--V tl
.TV. (. CASviOVy, Sueria"
i Xja.Ahi Cja-ty, . ?
TtVnrp by the sr.b.-criber cn bi rrei;ife-in town
veu-. north of rarre two, eu-,t, SiUne c un'y. Nebrs
03 ,he "ta 4J of 3tjy, 1SS4, cn- brt.wTi m,re
nin.o. f:x a ban.U b;v-n. a had on when t-en rn.
a leather halter, and 3dd!eani names aiari Sh
i about i-e7ea years old, acd trande-1 t. ith letter -a"
cn left tip. Tna owner cao obtjiia s;d property pr
ccmpiy'Ds wstn the etray law.
Jne 10, 1SS4,. 3t pd
Feb. , C 4 y'y.
T;iCKKL5 by tb-.?.7-n o
J- 1 i.y, cra-:at!y inF-1-
b.-r?I, ' '
TTT.OS". wi.ve. rv-oe, wrer. f
O rjijn, etc., e:c. ,f te-'.
CAS Frtiit, Oysters, Cuirants, Nats, laj-jr Haijiii.
At ilcLaughJin ft S-arsn'a. ,
Sade. SiiovcSs. etr-.te.'- . ...j
GACSir.Sof all kin.:. 5- i.ra .f
H-iceand F;ci-'ic Crjcie-',
NOTICE TO TEACXIEHS. .
The nrJ?r?:rne(J, TloarJ cf Eiainirers fcohl their
meetings for the rurpoae of enmiitiD School Teach:
er?, on the first riatcrday cf each month, at 2oclcck
P M, at the ofice cf E. AV. Thomas. All teacher?
are req-airc-J te hiva a. certificate from theP ,;iri
previcu3 to the ccmzinn cement cf their s:hool3.
E. W. THOMAS)
T. 11. FKHEK. 53nM
i TiTE'ar OrleaT
J- Kir j. Goltva ?y
f rt3E testFIcrr fr-?m tb-T.. S. V.C- .
. ha'.f arrd w 5o;e ! ..--jtV ,
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