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BROWNVILLE, NEBRASEa,l:.THtIRSDiiX, SEPTEMBERO, 1866: :
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C. P. STEWRT. M. D. .
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2 V7. PEDICORD, Propiictor.
Tk !! uitlat beeu rrfaruirbrd and oeJy fitted
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RAN T1 S
ilV ttttrten Firit and Second.
aOWNVILLE, N. T.
J kirt 1 1U1 Ur( dU well selected attack !
, Boots and Shoes,
H- Quality of Fprirs Slock,
yilE AP FORCASH
(jroccric3 of Every Kind.
AH pice, Pepptr,
CanJs ' Tobacro.
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rio:ise-SUn ?i Ornamental
fil tzier, Gilder.t Graicer,
- PApER HANGER etc.
AH work done in t workman- ,
like manner, and on BtrickJy
OM O0i WUTorCBOW.ITlLU HOI I
MUX STREET, BROWNVILLE, NEBRAtA
RICIUUP F. CAItKET,
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SATTINET & CASSIMERE SUITS
F cr Meuaud Uoy'a wtar. A'.o.a largestock of
HATS JVISTD CAPS
LIMEfJ & WGOLBiJ SHIRTS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Rubber Cots, lesslns - , "cts.
rzr-u.xxlsLS Axac3. ValloaOf
UMBRELLAS CARPET HAGS.
Gent's Fnn: sMi , Goods,
Of a'.l kind wtiivu e will sell
C II E A p r O II CAS H
We purchased our gopds since the dt
clipe in the Hilarkets and will sell at lov
faurai. ATKINSON & CO.
Apr'.llSth,18(55, ' fl-SOy .
Wholesale & detail Dealer m Choice
Liquors. Wines, Alo, Bear,
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BROWNVILLE, TJ". T-'
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' "'WILLIAM' ROSSELL'
Ukes this method of informing the public that he
hasjustoponed ,on Main street, between lit and 2nd,
. IIUOIV.WILLE, ACBUASZLA.
a Restaurant and Oyster . Saloon.
Also, Confectionaries, Canned Fruit, Dried
Fruit, Spices of nil kinds. Tea, .Coffee,' Sugar
Tobacco, Potatoes, sweet Potatoes and everything
VnaKy kept in a retain grocery store.
' tSTXEALS SERVED AT ALL HOUHS.l
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i Pliotograpft Gallery.-r-For good
pictures, Photographs or Amlrotypes.
call at A. & M. Staflrrd's Rrw ms above
the Post Office. are preparrd to no
the r.est of work m the shortest po8iMe
time, and on as reas-oriaMe lerm as any
in tin Vel Givua call. . Exaniitie
our'rk. " WV insure sansfaciion
We tal e all ort f jiictcre?,
Of -wry Ktvlof faces.
Both I'liorf grapt ard Anil rc'jres,
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29 Varieties, with Tatent Basso Tenuto or
Sub J3ass. .. .
'School Organs and Melodeons.
Elegrant Jloscwood, . TTainut or
Jfo . Charge for Boxing pr Shipping.
3-35,000 Now In Use.B5
AN ILLUSTBATED CATALOGUE. con
taining a fnl description of style, and tesHmoi lals ot
tie most eminent Musiciaas, aa to the svperior ezrl-
lence of oar instruments caa be sc en at tbls Of nee
GEO. W. HILL & CO
,1 Prownville Nebraska.
J. B, WELLS
ISIS II HfUCiil.
Peru, .cmnha ounty, Eebraka
Ha.4just rtejvtr'J Urg n wel; selected Stoik
of diu'gs, medh'ine.s. paints, oils, Var
NISH, DYES TUFF. BRUSHES,
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.d fractional part thereof, in the pre
di et, in proportion to the enumeration
of fecliuils: With th" exception of'so much
o-the precuicitax as inay iyive been ler
itd eliI reserved) by .the. boavd Jor sus-
taiiii.jr teachers in the centraA-ar btffh
tcuoon ; anu sulu svuuui iuuua as au;c
front the sale or rent of fectibhs iixteen
and ihirtv-Mx; or otbtr Unds .'iaJlieu
thereof . ana! l?e distributed to the local
itiea to which tuch funds belong., : All
other echool' funds of the precinct' not
raised for' the: central or) high schools
nor made applicable to the payment of
teachers, .as aforesaid, shall be applied,
under the direction of the board,, in re
pain'ng,' building, or f urnistQJ school
houses, in procurino; choal house sites,
aiid in inakinr sucli otber"Jprdvjqfs for
tchools in subdiatrict of , th pfoper pre
etnet, as.may, iu the opinion of. the board,
be necessary, and. each precinct kboard
shall make the necessary prbvisions for
continuing ' the schools in u operation in
their respective- precincts foi at least
seven months, in each year.;, . . I
. . DUTIES AND LIABILITIES OP, CLERKS..
24. The clerk' of the board of ed
ucation, or anyTone of the board desig
nated for that purpose, or the' acting
manager of schools of the precinct may
do and perform all sbch duties; and services-
connected .with .Itb .interest of
schools as the board may direct, and re
port the same to the board for their ac
tion and approval ; and it shall ' be the
duty of the clerk of the board to keep a
full record thereof, in connection wjth
ihe record of the other official 'proceed
ings of the boatd ; and in case of failure
to keep such recorded, or other Vecords
required by this chapter, the clerk of the
board shall he liable in a civil action for
ail loss or damages' that may ensue to
any person or, persons, or. to tb . pphbol
district,, in the name of uch persons, or
board ot school directors. "as ihrcase may
be. ALd fchtill moreover be fiable, on coin-'
plaint filfd iu the' name of the territory
or Ntbrai-ke Vfore any jutice of the
L'at. or othrr court having jurisdiction,
io it nn iit vxc'pdii.JTcu- ..uirjrfu uui
wiifn C',::t cteu. ::; P paia.
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ctrr la't&VnrKitvurT cf the prop-r- pre
cinct fur ihe tei; "Ii; of schools. - r . ..
i- i. ....r(j ,ol t-duOHUou iu t mk- aettlw.eiilji
! '. i:h the pfecinc. tr6,r!t thfir r.r-
iu "Anr eni-.i Ob;Wr r
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iltfiiem cti!:uH hK.m-Kiti.ai .th in:d
totif-J I oti.fi."
?.ie lit ..itifir ;.v. t
01 t!j. toHio,' ulro tti ill ref.;rd"-avbs'ra;t
t rev.f in lite-rr cords of .he board.:
: TEEAiURtR, ASP HIS DUTiEi.- '
- 1'G..,. ,lrte precinct tr'aiitr eavli
r.rffijicl :-Inii X-;'- tse "trtasurrr of; all
L-c-i f'.ni r.r .ni -i urpoj.-;3' b-,t?!ij:-,
rv;r fevurctb ;tui-c:t elcti.ja. au-1 be
fure , t-irei 11.5 upon -, trie' dutii of : his
Uffiicei be &hall.-xrive bond,'.vith "sufficient
becuruy, in aoule tne prooahie ainount
of indnfy thsk shall come into his hands,
payable to the territory of Nebraske, to
be approvi-d by the 'board of ''education
at the precinct, condition for the ' faith
ful dibburnaentMaccordir'.g to law of all
fcuch funds as 'shall.' ifrom' time to tirae,
Come into his hands ; and on the forfeit
ure of Lurh bond.' it shall be theduty of
the precinct clerk to prosecute .and cul
lect the same for ihe use. ;of the schools
in the preciucL . If; .such precinct , clerk
shall neglect or refuse sp. t.q prosecute,
then any freeholder may cause Vach'pros-'
ecution to be instituted. I ; - ' ''
27. Before the county clerk, shall
issue to the precinct treasurer any order
on the county treasurer for the payment
of any school fund belonging to the pre
cinct,' tuch preciuct treasurer hall fur
nish the county clerk with a bond, as pro
vided for in the" foregoing section; and
the county.'.-clerk shall in no case
permit the precinct treasurer to hare
in his hands, at any one time, an amount
of school funds over oue-haif the amount
of the penalty in such bond ; and the pre
cinct board shall allow the precinct treas
urer a ccmpepsation equal , to one per
cent, on school funds disbursed by him,
to be pai4 on the order of the 'clerk out
pf jhe precsnct treasury.
' 28. The precinct treasurer shall,
semi-anunally, between the first and fif
teenth days of April, and between the
the fiirst aiid fifteemh ays pf September
in each ytar. settle with the county treas
urer, and account to him for all moneys
rtceived, from whom, and on what ac
count, aiid the ainount paid out for school
purposes in his preciuct; the county treas
urer shall examine the vouchers for
such payments, and. if satisfied of the
correctness thereof, shall certify the
same which certificate shall be prima
facie a discharge of such treasurer ; and
no precinct' treasurer shall receive froi
the cuun1 y clerk" an Hff oil iht- couai7
trfRi'urer for schc.ol feud ufitil he
furr.; the-cuu'r.y-c'erk with t. crt f'jcii
t'tnr'the 'couni? irvaVurer that such
rneMs hj'.- bt-ipn- iridi? tird at fx
rnti-n cf f;
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Vtri:TS':n2 6 pl piJHct or t!i-r-cLcc ?a
' .Ki-r.'jr.: ftri,eJ.8 a'rrfer? h- r.!-v r.rf
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fr.ifi.: 'xva-w cimtitv . tra;-uer. ana
:: Votipi .of bis Slcc;ur thcror7
clerk . vvithb- en days thereafter. ; -and
for making such semi-annual settlements
he shall be entitled to ' receive the uo
of "bne dollar, to b paid out of the county
treasury on the order of the. ccunty clerk.
: . .In ;c?e. tlie.precijact treasurer
shall fail to'make such serni-annualset-tlement,within
the ttma'Vrescribedirl the
preceding section, he shair b4 liable to
pay a fine of fifty dolUrsto b recovered
in a civil action jo the name of the ter
ritory of Nebraska. and ivhen collected
to be , applied to. the use of comnoa
schools in the proper precinct; and it is
hereby made the duty of the cbuny treas
urer to proceed forthwith, in case of such
failure,. by suit, against such-treasurer,
before i any, justice of tha peace of his
county, to recover the, penalty aforesaid;
but ' ' when'it shall' appear'oa triar, to the
satisfaction -of said justice; that said
treasurer was. prevented ..frorn , rrjaking
such semiannual settlacnsntswhbia the
time, prescribed by sickness or unavoid
able absence from home,' and that such
settlement bas since been:ctually made,
it rhall be 'lawful for the justice! to dis
charge such , treasurer. qq -pyqent1 qf.
, Of CITICa AKD VILLAGES. j
' 30. Each city or incorporated vil
lage, including the territory annexed to
the sam for school purposes, not other
wise specially regulated , by ocharter and
whichwith the territory annexed, .con
tains not less than three hundred inhab
itants, shall be and ' is hereby created, a
separate school district, and the qualified
voters: of such city or .-village,, with the
territory annexed, shall, . at . the j same
time and in jhe same manner that local
directors of subdismcts"of the precinct
are elected by the provisions of this chap
ter, proceed to elect three: persons,.-who
shall constitute a board . of education for
such city or Village witlTihe, territory so
annexed, and such board shall have the
same powers, perform 'th8 same duties,
aqd be subject to the same penalties, as
precinct poard: of; educatiorj: frovidtdt
That by agreement between the board of
education of the precinct in wl)ich such
city -or village tyith the territory, annex-
' a a mm
eil raay.be situatea, ana tne ooara oz ea
0 can on of such city or village with the
. . J st a?
tierritry nnntzfu, iraosiers .oi trruary
Inu:vilUn the litutts of such incorpora-
li.yi u iy bi lo-tde to or from the districts'
ti'. jtl o ji U r'ni 'tula ei;itcn. , j 1t
' 31 Sai i Lonrd t.f education in any
ou or iiiutirporatfe J viiijr. hilhb9 au-
1 trirt" t tr.i'iiiy ciinStia scrj's'-ht-
j a ; . i r r.:.-r.':c-'. j T jr Bi 0 ? rn ftieii f aa.i
; "iisopljr.H.nf qoa-schjOi9i r.s '-they niaj
! tli;..U coo.iucsve u ibe puUia cood ; aaa
it f.ii be lawful for rb preciavt board
! or cnuciuoo .in any pr?c:r.ct
s'.i'-r. cr.y or rrjLMrpcratea viitagrv is suuea,
ijy'uiid -wV.h the. consent of. the board
of cJjr-.tiion of any such piiy of incorpo
rated viiligv;,;t.) uanfertiTitireto, for ed
ucuuoiml purposes, the scholar j of such
parts 'of their 'respective precincts as lie
a'lIjar.Jnt 'thereto,' 'and, al' such1 transfers
shall be controlled,- and all suuh schools
6iipporteil, in the same; manner, and on
the tame principle as in . case , of like
transfer for the convenience of schools
where two or more precincts join, as pro-ij
vide for in thiscqapter ' i . ; .
- 32. Ia all such cities pr incorpora
te4 yillaes,., the r clerk t or ; recorder of
such incorporated body shajl b the clerk
of the board of educatioh'and' hs shall
do and perforin all the dutie required of
the clerk' of a precinct; board of educa
tion, and such other duties. as the board
of education may from time to time pres
cribe; and. all orders of the .board of ed
ucatioi) for the payment of money shall
be countersigned by the. clerk or recor
der of said incorporation ; and il shall
be the duty of ther treasur or of any
such city or. ipcorporated village,. to re
ceive and disburse the ' school funds of
such city or village, id the same manner
as is required of the precinct treasurers
m their respective precincts, and for his
services shall be entitled to the same
pompensation : Provided, That the board
of educttion shalll require the treasurer
to enter into a bond; as recuird of he
precinct treasurers, which, after being
apprpyed by the boar4 qf education, shall
be filed with the county clerk. t
33. ,The board ot educatiqrV of any
city or incorporated village; shall have
and may exercise all the powers which
are by this chapter, conferred upon pre
cinct boards of education, and shall do
and perform the like duties in all respects
so far as applipable, and the school fynds
shall be divided 'among- thi subdistricu,
so aa to make th distribution as nearly
equitable as possible. All taxes for buil
ding, purct asing, repairing or furnishing
school houses and lots, shall, be .equally
assumed co all the property , subject la
taxation in such city or incorporated vil
lage, and the board of education, in ex
pending the same, shall maka the neces
sary provisions for the subdistricts. ;
ATronrinvuziT or school fuses,
. .'S Si- . Th territorial treasurer shall,
ienn-aunuAhy, betw;a '.h? first and fif-
tee nth cays of An'rll'. an-l.etv."i-n the
fit n net tit 1 i tuth ii J' o I S c p. ii h b 5 r . 1 ? -
pernor. c,-ntmon ca-f tuaiii a
ti f ?f:s coannt- r;p3a ue.6iioiner&-
nd wts,:r3it3 bin, b-f.tha t?r-
- t - d h c-i?n y ," :s;at r.'r- 'f ros'rt' ' 1 w;'.t '-'yifo-i j ' . '
--' ' r-''frr-i t;t.-Li.ui d tin tile i
1' 'm !
t -i: rLs: t.N; v- ire-rrcn.
"t; : :
p4 ,,r:v'o: i-i .?y br.ce tna:
urer, aft?r deducting tha amount which
nis county' is entitled to retain, shall be
paid over by the county treasarer, tapoa
the order i of - the- terriftriai. t?sxrurcr ;
aiid rhe couaty clerks, shall, , wthia: tea
days after receiving noiict of the appoiat
uient by the territorial treasurer," appor
tion the-school' fund ia r their' rctpectire
counties according1 to the1- ni5t3er"it;Qn
and returns ia their . respeciiirrxjces;
and no precinct or other district, city or
village, which have failed to make . a no!
return such enumeration, shall be entitled
to receive any. portion' -of 'the-' coraaon
school fend. , And in rxakicg'. ?ucii' dis
tnbutira, etch ccunty -clerk shall .appor
tion all, moneys collected on the tax du
plicate of any precinct for', the' use of
schools, id such precinct,1 and all other
rnoneyi for the ui 'pf aphQcU in the
county, and .not otherwise; appropriated
by,Jaw,,tqjhe proper. precinct,;' and he
halL, immediately after making such ap
po'rtionment enter the same into a book
kept'for that'parpose,' and shall furnish
the I precinct treasurers : and precinct
clerHs treasurers vs& recorders cf incor
porated pities, or .villages, as the .case
miy be, each with a copy 'ot said appcr
tionments. and give an order' on the coun
ty treasurer te each precinct treasurer,
or ta such, treasurer as may be entitled to
receive the sarae, for the atnq'int qf.moa
e beloogicg ,to his respective, precinct,
city or village,, and take a' receipt from
'such treasurer for the fraouut ' thus re
ceived )' aud the t said .county-' treasurer
shell collector; cause to. be collected, the
fines and all other moneys for school pur
poses in his county,', and take all proper
measures to secure' to each " precinct its
full amount 'of school' faadt, -Ani if i:
shall be found that the county: treasu rer
is uaable to collect, by;: process, jot - law.
fine or ether moneys which, are by lw
ap-proprjted'fQr," schq'ol 'purposes, 'then
the treasurer may" take frunrthe 'persons
from1 whom the 'lines: or other moneys
may be due, s bond with good .-and soft
cient eecurityj subject to the,. approval .' cf
the county cleek and. probate judge,' for
the prompt payment of the amount" doe,
within a period of not Exceeding; five
years, and the prompt paymeqt of Inter
est, at the rate of ten per ceqt, - per an
num, ptyabla .. semi-annually f into, i the
county treasurer; which irtte:esl, shall
be appplied to ' the same ' purposes to
which the fineior other "monfeys Would
have been applied, if promptly paid ; and
all county treasupers shall repprjjtq ' the
territorial. treasurer and to th territorial
auditor," seinarjaualv. 'on or before the
fifth day uf May; atjd?dnk or: before the
fi'th day ot Ntve"nbeh aod-ai such other
tunei si ihe. auditor nrty .required a state
ui?nt;) showing the whole, amount jof
moneys, collected on account of territori
al, county, precinct 'ani district school
taxes, and from alL other sources respec
tively, noting all interest collected, sepa
rately, end the rpount: received pn ac
count of licenses, fines..etc.,,Bnd'frqm?aI
other .sources from which echooT Tunds
are'deriVed, together with' a1 statement
showing the amounts paid out; W whom;
and on what account. '
pfxvujf or ABsraaCT to. TzaatTOat
AL . AUDITOR. ' ; ."
' ; 35. ' The county cleric of each coun
ty ahall, oa or before thfifth day of No
vember. annually make out and transmit
to'the.auditoran abstract of all, the te
tnrns of school statistics' made to him
from the several precincts 'in his' county,
and a statement showing' the. apportion
ment of the terriiorjal, county an ..other
school funds, to the several precincts eni)
districts in his county ;' Vhe ' rates and
amounts of the 'several school taxes ley
itd'in the-co-Jnty during the i:pti'3tl year ;
the rate, and aoounr of school taxes lev
ied fox the. current year ; the amount of
fees for licenses granted during the past
year; the amount of fines assessed, and
a statemeut of all other moneys' due the
school fund, and a - general report -opon
all matters of interest in regard to
schools in bis-county,-according to. the
form that may1 be prescribed by the ter
ritorial auditor ; and he shall cause to
be distributed all such circulars, blanks
and other papers, including school; la-ys
end documents, in the -several, precincts
in the county, as said auditor, shall law
fully require.' In case the county clerk
shall fail, from any cause, ' to' make re
turn of the abstract as aforesaid, it shall
be the duty cf the coijnty commissioners
to deduct lor every such failure from thi
county clerk for his services, fifty dollars
36." The eounty commissioners of
each eounty in this jerritary, shall make
the seme allowance to the county clerks,
out of their respective couaty treasuries,
for services performed and expenses in
curred under this chapter.' as is aljowe.d
for other services of like natnre
37. The precinct clerks and county
clerks shall be responsible for all losses
sustained by. any precinct or county by
reason of any failure on their respective
parts, to make and return the ensmera
tionand abstracts thereof i herein pro-.
vided, and ihall be liable for : the same
in a civil action, at the suit cf the, terri
tory of Nebraska, and the amount sore-
- t'.Af: ; J r .1. Z
i;:t:i en a innafa in lue same
inner ;.s the tcbocl funtls st-O'jrj Have
kith t- the re.pct;ve- countiea or
C:i:c: as ih case miy be. - ,
To be oonliuued.' .'.
. Lojal Sont&cfn EesJlatbas." ;
ptf il ADKLrnt a. SeDt. 6 Mr. Hamil-
sr"i t . t 11
,i;-ii. of. jt ex as, -reDortea tne following res-
oltILKij vn;c?i were adopted unanimously.
Resoled. That th loyal people of the
pie cf the North-ia thank jgiftc: io M'
mighty Gcd", thrcuh'f h? will a rebel-
hi cruelty aniTIts crirni&liiy h"
o?ertonB;i?:tiTiadati92 of the eapreT
rnacy of the Eedraf Constitution over
every State and Terr iicry of the Republic.
Jarcfc'J. TfiatxveUuriJ'ftS we Lava
tions with the-UaioD on the simplest c:a-
duioaScU3tI?V.C !jTrol8Cl1 .r
our lives, property and. political rihu
now iaTiecijdynjm the unqcr::hrj
enmity cf rebels Utely-ia-fcrai.
Resolved, That ths- "aahapy policy c?
Andrew! Jchhsa r&it cf the Uni
ted SfiTa.Trs.2rw7pcn the loyal
people tf ths"Oith.'Cn;;st, op?re;:ipe;
and accordingly .bSftarer ardently w
desire our, respective States ence more
represe at ed' j A $cpZT$s yb " wou Id d a 5 p;
ly regret resforattoa'da-' the in'adequiiU
as terrfi5;.i;5 tq.aa only rnagaif
the perils and sorrows of eur condition.
received at the tahds'ol the byF ciitxeas
bf! Philadelphia,' 'under the -Joof .tof the
time-hoDored hall ja hich' the DjcUra
uoaAof ,Lide'pc4eflVi-CKJ'l? i1?
Tic kf its' orf ?in shall tt C53 - ua crnt
stone of tHd Cot3tiiuuc; "
ResoivediThat-witH priii n the pa
tfiotissrof Congress; iriihfgraiitt- Je fqr
the feiirless and persistent- upparruhey
have given to the :-cui3'cTyj3J fta.
their effort to restore all S'AtiUo tjr
forar f csijticni'i'i States iahAmsr
ican Uaioat wa, wiU sUn4;Ei"Vf ;jitica
taken by then end take altratahs.icoa
sijtent.with a peaceful an3.Uwf;J cjrss,
to secure the ratificat'ea .the Aneai
ment to the Constitution tt 'itSi Lnitei
Stages, as' proposed by . .Cctttit iT its
wisdoo did not provide by, lV,V;f.
greater security cf the Ioyal-. pe ia
in the Sutes not yeVe.h.tTrfpre-sentatioa.-.
' ' f;:j : V; j? .3
V. Resdved;dThaVthrp51iti:ir 'rof "
the Government cf the United iiitas irt
tbe adraintsiptiioq'Cvf public suTairi,if by
iu Constitution, csaflaed.w'thj pulir
or law nakinj deparliacncfii.CT
etwaenU ' " '. r' . '
i Rtsihed, '-that "the pQliiijsl'ititi'.s cf
the States lately ia rebellion lo.thilnited
States Government, and ;the -ri-Mj cf
such people of 8uch'-Suie trs; , j :2tici
qaestions, and, therefore. -are-car'.y
within the , .coat roT cf Cocgrew; V th
exclusion of, and. icdapeiidecaf any and
every other departr?sr;:;th3:f-rn:
ment. t -::,) --.r ;r .?z
V.Jttsohei, 'ThaJ'jher'er if narh)jolii.
ical; legal, -or CoBatituuaaal-rija.l'Ja any
Stale to-setaJi.cr.'.w'ithdrair3 fre-r thf'
Union. Bat they rxiay by i'wtcitJ. anj
he rejatictjs.vfhic! pey ruve e'Jtuiasa
to the- Unk)aij84WPs.V?
rsume the ztliitadje of public enemies at
war 'with tne'JJaiiedStatey, they subject
themselves to blithe rules and principles
of internatiopVl.w eod laws cf war.ap--plicable
to belige rents fccordjnrr iaod:
emu3ige. y ' ' -4i
Resolved, .Th'st; waire ,Jsaltfiriblela
favor-of tlie : Unjoa 4:C.ftha, Stales, and
earnestly deire a 1 egtleod f peedj res
tdration, Vf.'.eU States ii" their prop??
places in. the Untoa; and:" the estatlnh
meat In ica on of 'i he ii"cV. infhcces
of patriotisra-'andJastici ;ljy Mh the.
nation shall. be icorahinedto. cirry; forr
ward, - triumphamly , the principles of
freedco and prbgesf,'"uatir all rarn, of
allrtces. shall ever-fwherebe'nc'iTh th"'
fja'- cf "cur "eduatryp hive accorded to
thenv freely.' all thatLiheir..-?'ixtu-i,.iadu-try,
intelligence and jeafrgy ipay.eatitlj
them to attain., 6i. . ;.'r. T ,
. Resolved,' That the orgiaiiaticas in
ihe'unrepfesented State.,e astufnlag 19
be S,tate govrnra psz, Tol 'hafieiri be-a
legallif established 1' tre.n W 'Sl1
goreromeata uatil. s recognize4 , by. f Coar
gressv ...... '
'Resolved, .Jh'at wech"ri3h''wi!?' Men
der'hearts the 'memory cf thei'riirjous
patriotism, sublirae-faitb, upright chris-
tua; life aacT ztlP.W-TrS ?L3 P,r?'
lyr President, jbrahra Lincoln."" . .
Resolved". That 4 we'.:are 'in ffror "of
universal liberty the1 wcrli cv& and
feej thje' deepest sympathy i witif Jhe op
pressed people cf -all countries ; in j their
struggle for freedom a-dere.nt rights
f' all men, to de.cide.and control fsr
theaselves the' charter of ahe overnr
ment ocder which they iive-ii r ;? .
5 Resolved; That the- .lastfaj gra)itade
cf the catica isdae to thecntn wbcre
the bstUe, pl in covering then-TseTveilia
ImperiihaUe grory; and .hare ebown to
the world its tope ' of ' free: 'gcvertment,
and relying oa ' the 'iirriccisU I soldiers
and sailors; who- aide ihe grsndjtarmy
and navy of tha Rublj':, , .To., be true
to the principle for which JStyj( 'f iJgh:. ,
yfff Pjed&e tq'thera ihii' we will'stiad
by taem in njaiht'ainibg the I honor du9
the atiors 4f the nation and ia?curicg
the frui; of their victories-.
Resolyed.; J.aj jrernercbeVici with
profound gratitude and loye, the precept
of WashiDgfon,'ehnuIi accBsfJia our
selves to consider the: Union asaprima
ry obiect of patrio'tid desij;ef which has
hexetDfore suitin?d us ia our . hje of
Union, whea toa jnanyof ourjnelhbcri
in. the South wer.e1 wag?af wa? for 'it
destruction, our eep. 'ar.d ' -abih; love
forthe menir-f cthe father cf.hta.-coua
1 ry a n i i a r th e fj n i 0 a . i s t mc . r ; e i c j- y , e z
demanded ft all-times ;etr.c t"i c?j
lion of twiilitjs.-thlclloraiica of th
States ia which-Ave livVto their cli rela
pUt.ot jusvini el gorprtaint which
were raadt.-lhd ;ft)unuathacrili??ub-
pe-' ocr ie-jrts this eye r-g
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