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LIBERTY AND UNION, ONE AND S EPARABLE NOW AND FOREVER.".
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BROTTNVILLE, NEBRASKA, TH
RSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 27, 1866
Hi 5r 1 N E SS CARDS
g; HOLLADAY, 11. D.
Gradnatrd In 151.:
Lotated In KrtwnIII In
if. z. ti i fxir i t of AxBiAt-
2ff:Hi2j Ca's Drc? Store
Baot and Skat
ti 'it ltt s;nI s J fr
iriil nc.iMi and dispatch
; opraiTE deuers tinshop.
TtTny r.faajrn. Pi-cvra.ccT.TI-
C. F. STEWRT. LI D.
IIIIOITM ILLE, .EDRASXLA.
rr:ci HrJ T u i a. n.a4 I t 1 axi to
EDWARD W. THOMAS,
ATTORNEY p AT LAW,
Millinery & Fancy Goods
Ui.r. Sut cr d-or west cf th Pott C2ce
'A i;rv-r it.. f iLi aa Wiur OockIj
b ci ,3 j 11 1 TV. n:i2 4aa t orlir.
MARSH & CO.,
it:'ni Xrv- tern a:i
U . iO' N V I I.I , N KB It AS K
. ! kti.at r Mll'J Oil eriTinf
' r- -"i.twaKbthejicTiterh
Rrovnvlllc. Xcbratka. .
IL VT. PEriCOHD, Propxictcr:
4 rarfhi snir itj"iat ca'erBfi ic?
H Bt' I fc. 44 8tr t " '
- 4ii..i.-4.. (..aaim t fk! teat
f' r. Mt r r 4 fJ
GATES 1- UOUSFIKLD,
BR'IC KL A YE-BS
P L A sVe RE E S .
. uk t!TU f .r fcrirHijirr, r.afjerinj,
I ' ae4 dm arytKirj ia tkrir Iia
tZ afev.rr c4 W6fkaa'.:k nutas.tr.
PROBATE SOT ICE
(.a tba L'Ut
r.i.;tk tf.rjAa it at Vrtr f
r i4&aat ku 114 b?r rtlt:;a ia ha-
Wr. . a.--, a-'-a a
,'M-xa'avrtl t3 XiiWtrUir
MJl " Ail rsr&s ittert! in
MIS Wail, I
CIiiierT fiiMer, finizzr;
AH work don in workman
like dinner, aad oa strickTy
i-V- Ljg !TT
cjs imvinorumTuu boss
JACOB i MAKOIiX,
M K R C TTLiSr T
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115 STRTZT,' BH0VT5TTLLE, 5XBSASK1
Auir. 23u 66
EICHini) F. BABEET,
A5D SCALES IX
LAXD WARRANTS d LAXD SCRIPT,
Permi mtttutie given t Malta Loeatio.
OSea in J. I. Caraon'a 'Banklna; House. -
JOSEPH S ITUTZ
!!- j3Jt recirJ an-4 wj'I eomUntlj keep en
txn i taryi aa.I well aeleeted stock f yenaineax
tkiea ia la Una.
One Door vest cf GrcrSs Store, Brotcn
Of Cl-m-ia Wiitb aat irT i--o "i art
The n4arijri keepoa hn4 alare auortaec.4
For Menni ojfiwer. Al3o. Ueitock f
tt aj'vs cAlPS
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Rntbef Cots, Le?;Ins . Blankets
UMBRELLAS "AND CARPET BAGS.
Gent's Fnrnis&ing' Goods,
- : " Of klai which we wi'J te!l .
HEAP .FOR CASH
We piircbased our jroods since the dr
rline in the Markets and will sell at loi
firaresV ATKINSON & CO.
WhrfeA !i Eetai! Dealer ia Choice
Liquors, Wines, Ale, Bear,
i .... . . ... . .
Sfain Street. BrotTnrille '
. Kay. I7ifc I8-T4 loSiliraa f"i
Jlpctln, of School Examiner.
Notiea ia bere-j4f:;h that tli I.rJ f SrhoII
Ezaciiaert cf Sewfc'a C'icsty, 5erak, wi,l lia'i
at,r gj for .the .Examination if Teachers i
tail Coacty, at the cCr ,rf E.,W. Tbctnai,
ia lifMil.od tba IitSaterda? ia erery month,
ktwn the hear af cn e aa i P. X, Apf lieanU
ff eertilf r r!'aired to be yrril at one
eVUk, pree'uefjfAr ttey vil! B't ha eiaji?J.
wki ei f f Ti it m, 'Jir liflx. '
4- - Br acier the Itrfl. ' .
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CIUllLES G. DORbEY .
ATTOEITEY AT LAW
A'ex Boot Ccrion' BarJu
. . ilAIX STREET .
33 jTOXrxirii3. 2Jot3xxa.lxA
TIPTON & HEWETT,
C-Utontcns at alDf
BROWNMLLE. NEBRASKA. "
JAMES MEDFORD, 7
CABINET - MAKER
k ;, Corner Ccd and Main Streets,
' BKOVVXVXELE. S"- T
li prtF" o do all kinds ef wjrk iabislict cn
kort atk aci rajocabIa taras. I-doa
WILLIAM ROSSELLr . .
takes tills method cf iaforming tha pablie tbatke
bsjOt cponediHaim street, between lit acd 2nd,
a Restaurant and Oyster Sale oil
- A!so,iCsfeetrcaaneat Canaei Fruit, Dr!eI
Frit, Spices cf all kicd. Tea, Ccffee, Sagsr
ToWm, Po4atae. mt Fatatoca aad terj thing
aucallj kept in a reULa gtocerj stcre. -.
X3iIEALS SERVED AT ALL nOCRS.J .
Pnotorrapa Gallery. For good
pictures, rbotographs or - Ambrotypes.
call at A. & M. Stafford's Roczbs abore
the Post Office. We are prepared to do
the best cf wort in the shortest possible
tiipe, and on as reasonable tsnns as any
inth6 West. Gire us a call. Examine
our work. We insure satisfaction.
TVe take all oru of picture?,
Of eTery stjla of faces.
- Both Pkatcgrapb ard Am.brqt jpea,
In plain or fansj cases. i
A. & M. STAFFORD.
21.l ; Prmrnn'ii ML 1 ,
A Good Feed and LiTerjr Statile
In connection with the Home.
L , D, ROBINSON. .PROPRIETOR
Front Street, between Main and Water.
A EUR A SKA.
3ray,30th 1SG6. 1036 ly' ,r.
GKU. A. PK1M K &
3d Varittita, wiih in tent Eoaso Tcnuto or
iST" School Orgnns and Melodeons.
Elegrant RoscttooiT,' TTalnnt or
. A o Charge for Bo ting or Shijing-.-
ATT ILLFSTBATEI) CATALOOTJE, wi
taial&ca firi l aearr tytioa of stjla. aa testimonial of
tha xaoat eminent If luiclaos, aa to tbe ,uperir f xce-l-teoce
ot car initroaieiit ca be'etea at tola Of flee
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t GEO. W HILL &'CO
i J. B. WELLS ;
DEALER 15 .... i
HRtEBs fliju mmi.
Pen, cmalxa Connt y, Eebraska
Mas jati reeeived s large aal well selected Stock
cf DRCGS,MEDIC15E8,PAttTS, OILS, rAB-
MSH, DYE STUFF, BRUSHES,
. SPONGES. PANCY AND
And eTerjthiafjcomiBonlj kept i a . ' - in
First Class Drng Store,
Cton-ri will find bis Stock eonij!te,wbieb-lie
oJer for CASH at tha Tery lowest market prices
Phyiei;s Prescriptions Coap&andei with tha
atmtwtcare at a!! hmirf. " ' ;
Jnt:ft 3 3 y.. ,;, ,
WANTED! Agent-, Uataani remafeattrS to
per month, to sell the celebrated ' j ' "
-; Coaxaoa 5aae Family Sneif Afacftia '' 1
r - ' IPBICB S1S.OO r
Thi Vaehiae will do a 15 kinds of work eqnal to
th Lifh priced llachine. aod it the Mil j prcts?
: aod te liable tteap SmHtg 3)aebtA Va we worM.
SECUUC CO, Chicago. 11U , cr ClerpiopJ, O.
J rrtTKsf pal 03ca,3c 2 Carta Bs Pla CiWgo"
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AEW SCn?L LAW,
SCEOOX. HOUSE XX ITT TEQJfl I1X.K
parcel of land
which heretofore has.
e'o. cr tereaft' r
for the use of
ccramon htxjl in pis territory; on
which thre has beef jhall b a ?chol
house erected, ati jhich has ben cr
shall be occupied FoiAbe purpose of ac
ccramodatne a cot.ica school of what
ever grade, in the "pal manner, from
nrae to time, hower or bj whocaso
ertr the legal title the same may be
held and rested, shjl be and the fame is
herebyxenict f roil sale cn any execa-
tion, cr othr writ f crdr in the nature
of an execatioa.
aFPOISTMEST OrlcHOOt EXl15tBt
39. -It shall ie the duty cf the
tounty coraraisfiocsa in theaeTeral coun
ties of this territori to appoint a compe
tent person resides in the county, .chool
exarnicer. who sha holif his ofice tor
the term cf two ytrsl and until his ac
cessor is appointee and in case a vacan
cy occurs in the olce of such school ex
amine r by a refus) to aerTe. cr other
wise, it shall be fled by like appoint
ment by such boa j cf county commis
sioners." ... . ..
1 - 40. It sballbe the duty "of such
school vexaminer p famish each person
examined by ; hit and found - qualified,
wiih a certificate cf good moral charac
ter, and 'that she'er he Is qualified . to
r teach orthocrarh7. readinc, 'wnunsr. arT
ithtrretic; gcgrapiy; and Englrsb gram
mer. and in casetuch' person intends to
ttach in any cucmon school of higher
grade, be or she shall first cbtaio a cer
tificate cf the Tefiisiie qudhflcations. in
addition to the bncches aforesaid ; Pro
vided, That -each person so applying' for
a certificate shall pay to the examiner a
fee cf one dollar, which fee shal be his
compensation for making such examin
ation, and co certificate of qutlificatien
shall be railed in any countj, except
that in which the examination tcok place,
nor for a longer period than tnol years;
and if at any time the receipt of the cer
tificate shall be found incompttent - or
negligent, the examiner may retoke.the
same, and require such teachero be dis
missea : cnrsi:a ieacner"snaircwen'ti
lied to receive payment for ,semces only
up to the time of such dismissal .
, 41. Tbe said examiner si all keep
a record of his proceedings niticg, the
number and date of each certifrte. giv
en, to whom, and for what tern of lime,
and for what branches of study: It shall
be the duty of the examiner tomtt each
school district in his ! county at least once
in'each year, ''counseling with fthbol u5i
cert, visiting schools, and doirg all that
he can'to bt-st advance thet -tufcrests of
school in his-u uuiy. and to mae an ai
nual report,,- ti or. before ihffith day cf
N.reiwtrr u rach' jar. t ih'i rritriaL
auditor ; "a ttfi if '-'iV:r:-r rn i m
ntlrd t rc-'.:,. .-iiS? hi twu . -.us
cial service ai i.-trc'-t.- n.c
jpajtl vi tt i?. c -''-mi'V ?r-i..t
i u- ty
d r r if i c ) u r. tv r i r p. i -i
Ckrk rtnv fou re thf uiy ;.n'.s
Mrt4J to be-subitum Mid-tv a h. nbuu
athaid clerk may adiyuiis-ertaiid file
r -. -
iU ilia LUCtj. . ' . .
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. 42. .The books and pa peri 4 of the
territorial auditor relating to ths c hool
department shall be kept at the seat of
trovernment," where a suitable olice shall
be furnished by the territory, t which
he thai! give attendance,; when cot ab
sent on public .business., LJ .
43 As soon as the revenue, to be
raised as hereinafter provided," for the
purpose of fui nishibg the common schools
with libraries and apparatus, ; will admit,
it aball be the duty of the said auditor to
purchase the same, and the books and ap
paratus so purchased shall be distributed f
through the clerk's office of each county,
to the board cf education in eachprecinct.
city cr incorporated, village, a.cccrding, to
the enumefationOf schclars.( ,j : ' ,
44T ''He shall also exercise such sa
pernsicn over the educational funds cf
the territory? as Hiay be necessary to I.
cure; their safety;- and rifihi .epplicatfon
and distribution accpnMng.4ta. law.". He
hallLave power j to require of county
clerks', precicct board of "education, or
uher local' reboot t fficery. clerks,', and
treasurers cf prenncts, county treasurers
and clerks .recorders aud treasurers of
cities and villages, copies ofall reports
by thera Required to be made, and all
such ether "information in relation to th
funs apd condition of schools, and the
management thereof, as he 'may deem
important, i c . "J -
. 45. . Ha bajl prescribe suitable forms
apd regulation for,, making all reports
and conducting all necessary proceedings
Under this chapter.'and shall cause the
same, with such instructions as he shall
deem necessary and proper for the organ-
izaiion ana government, or scnoois, to De
transmuted to tbe local school
lisbedV ' ' 4 -'
$ 47. The territorial auditor. n thej
annual report of- his labor and ohserva- i
lions shall presen: a , statement of the 1
pond t son. and emoini,gf ell. fuudsabd
properly appropriated, to the purpoeif j
education ;' a statemeni cf the number of
iransmmea tome local scnoot ctn:ers, wnn me ciert cr recorder of tuch cuy or tkal Oe, lime has arrived.when we should nouuceJ as a Juda. -pJI irrn f jr A
who" shall be 'governed' in Accordance village, possess, the same powers and frvve pe&ff when tho bleeding arteries f dy' and .cheers . iuMhs i tv whea
therewith.' - ? - ' - - - discharge the same.'duues within the lim-?X4iui.d be tied upq A "oice," New Or-jihr were twelve Apoiil.s.a;l wheo
- 4f- Iball be the duty cf said au- its of their jurisdiction, as local dirtaor&f leao."Perhap if yau.had.a word or two! there .was a Chxii.nir"tp"-rVlvere J
dilor la ntake'au annual- report in each J and boards of edscht'ion ia precinctk; 5- yu:ine subject of r Orleans vou mieht' Jjse. were "ifiefe 'tfbii-rrr f-Y,,,S
and every ryear.u lfcejepilame aasein- : .o3...,Tte respective pcioct, boards loJeis sl : more about it thaajyou do. While ihVre ere "JodiVVs- tV'ft. were
bly who shall cause ihe same to be pup ofleducaiion.'and ihur successors1 odi- i flaicraud cheers.1 if rou tyill ' a::brllveri: .-f-V.! 'a Is." ha T
private or selct schoa's in the .-riL.y.
so far as the sara? can be ascrtatn-d.
and the number cf scholars v ndiu
scch schoj!s. 'heir sex. and the branches
uught; a'tat?mnt of. the fcauber cf
scholars attending such schools, ta-ir sex,
and the branches taught; a s:at-in-ui of
the number of tenchrs. iostitq and
the nnmbfr cf fachers att-cdinji -em ;
a staim-nt of th esiimate and cco'JOt
at the? inetidiiures of tbe cucli c tu-
fucd cf every description ;. a stat. w
plans for the management anJ i nprove
ment cf comtnoa school ; "anl sa ttir
information relative to th dd-tiiocaI
intersts-of the rerrifry-as h cny think
of iniponance. . . .
TKaaiToaiai. scnooi. rcfn-
45.- For the purpose of alfdia
the. advantage of a t ree edacatioa to all
the white youth of this territory, ihe ter
ritorial cqtpruon school fund shsti hereaf
ter censfstti sach sum a will be produced
by the annual levy and assessment of
twu mills upon the dollar valuAiion ca
the grand list cf the taxable prop frty of
the territory, and thre is hereDy Ivied
and assessed, annually, in addition to the
revenues required for general purposes,
the said two mills upon the dollar valua
tion as aforesaid, and the amount, so Ie.v
ied. an-i. assessed .shall be collected in
tha same manaec as other territorial taxes,
and when collected, shall be semi asnu
ally distributed to the several orgtnixed
t counties cf the territory, in proportion to
the enumeration oi scholars, and be ap
plied exclusively to the rupport cf cora-
Lmon schools: Provided, That all colored
persons shall.be axempt from taxation
lor school purposes. -"- 1 - .
59. Ail fines' assessed" fcr "breach
of the peual as of tha territory and all
iortr iturea which may apcrue, ail lands
and other estaies which shall , esch.au to
the territory for the want cf heirs or kin
dred entitled to the'mheritacce, all lands
which have been or may hereaftar . ti
granted to the territory when no ep-cial
purpuse is expresaed in th grant, and
all unclaimed fees. as provided by law,
shall be denemtuated school .funds, the
incorse'ef which, together with the taxes
mentioned and specified ra thfa chapte?T
shall be applied to the support cf common
schools in . the several counties where
collected ; and it shall be the duty of all
clerks cf the distrtct courts, at "the close
eoun'y treasurer and ccs-jtycierk of the
county iu woich the court shall be held
a statement of the amount of all fines ioi
posed duringsaid term of court, which
are by law appropriated to the support cf
schools', and it shall be the duty of all
justices of the peace, or qiher 1 magis
trates, to r-part inmiwiiately ta the coan
ty clerk and county; treasurer, upon im-po--ing
fines which are by Uv appropria
id tor school purpoa-s. the amount of
said fines and ihf names vf ihe person
vr rerciis against wntm tr-t? fiaea wre
assC e(J : eua ihe cirrks o? the district
oourtauii -juL--a t iLe. p.ticn ht!l uic
r tn- r.i'ir.iv in u ; ii.
I .?!- W'i'T' IHH OtU. - - - -
kil-CELLAXEOUj rftai liiOS S. ,
5 50. The debts wnicn have- b
ticrr-tutore c-mtracted ty any school di
... e . ... .1 - . t ,i L
,ur sv.k-j. Vuiyt mi. q protr,,
sct.ool tv;. d created under the
iftfs it u.i chapter. , .
J '51. The prbciss, ins II suits against
auy precinct board of education or othir
it cat t tiicr, havicg charge of any of Lie
public schccU uader the provision of th
chapter, haU be by summons,' and shai
be execuied by leaving a copy 'there jf
wlih the clerk cr secretary of such board
or other school cftker, at least ten days
before the return day thereof. ' A&d any
suit, either ia favor - of or- against, any
such beard cr ether school cfacer, jshall
be prosecuted or defeuded, as the . "case
may be, by the. prosecuting attorney' of
the proper county, as a part of his official
dutiea. . .,,'.. i
5Q. Ths .local beard cf 'education,
or other Iocaofncers . having charga of
schools in any city, pracihev ,cr village,
ia. which commoa schools hare beeoi or-
aniied under any special, act' shall, be
and are hereby ' authorized', . whsn iver
ihey d.ay deeci,,it 'expedient' io calf a'
meeuDg of thejqualifiedvoters of any
uca cuy, precinct -or yiluge, on giving
thiriy days'public potice ihereof, to "de
terunue by yute .wheihejr "ihe,cotntBOQ
rchpols of such city, preciuct or village
shall "be conducted and managed in. ac
cordance wuhthe. provision, ut this chap
ter ; ajtd if a majority ot the ro;ers are
found to "oe in favor of the change, 'then
saidjpeal hoard or other' school oScers.
shall thereafter proceed an: accordahca
with the provision of- this-chapter, until J
tnirsuccessors snair ce eiecteel and qual
ified, and such.ciy.or riliigemay pfd
vide. by ordinance for the election cr ap
puiaimen cf a board of education,-prescribing
their number and term, af cilice ;
and such board when so elected ox: ap
pointed and qualified, shall, together
fee, shall have pwer taiaWV; and hold in
irusi tor-tfe use and benefit uf any cen-
iral ur hiffh scholar subdtrtrt schoul
ra ihe precinct, aay gram 1 cr "devise, of
tland And danation orb
fqu-jior money or
other pers.iil property, wie applied by 1 ew Ode ans accTtra
the buird to the tatta'saiate aal -ipp?rtU?urre,cr.to it3--1mr-
rh'schjol or schooU accjrdiar (
to the intention cf the grant or donation.
- vYte'o no suidiatrict exists, the
qualified voters of the tit 2 tea precioct
shall elect a board cf
teg cf three citixenac
And ia tha same mm
section twa of this chapter fur the !ect-
ua cf school diraciora : cf Isaisaricts,
and siU tcard aall hae all the pswe r
and perfprmall the duttss both cf th
board cf edccatioa and tha board of di
rectors, 'until three subuistneta art organ
ized ; and the- said board ct education
sioc cf all deaf mutes and blind childern
in the territory cf .Nebraska,- bttweea
the ages of twelve and twenty -years.1 to
the asylums cr schools of such state ct
states, erected and established . for th?
education of these class!, cpoa such
terms a3 may seem to him just " i '
56. Any application to the govern
or for the relief of any such child, chall
be accompajoed by a certificate, signed
by the county commissioners cl tf,9pqn
ty wherein such shild may teside. Cer
tifying that such child is an actual resi
dent of said cooa'.y, and that :saivl chili
is entitled to the benefit. of the provisions
of this ubjivijiont and that the parents
cr guardian of such shild art enable ta
defray 'the expends rccident to tha ei
uranoo of snch chill, - which ceniScatt
shall be filed in tha o;a ci.'ih) tsrrita
rial auditor. . . ;. -,-.
.57. Upon receiving a ceftiScata cf
the county commissioners cf any county,
that a child is entitled to relitf under the
provisions of this subdivtsioa, it shall be
tha duiy. cf the jroveaor to prcvida tran3
portauan far. snch child to some asylum
or school for the education cf.such child,
aYporrided ia this subJijis,:an, nd to see
that such child is provided with c!oJY:g
and such orher articles as may be ceces-
sary, or reouired by the rul? ard regula-
tiooj ot.tn asytum ,or scaooi "tu wmca
such child "may be seat., . . '
5S- All expenses" incurred under
the' provisions of th subdivision shall be
paid out of the territorial treasury , cn
tr.e warrants of the territorial, auditor .
Provided That before any claim for such
txpeusts shall be allowed by theauditor,
such account or claiia shall be approved
and certified as correct and just by the
59. It shall be the duty of the gov.
I eruor to aubmit a repot t to each regular
session el tr.e legislaturf, ol iae cumDer
of such chvliern, of each kind separately
wholurr received relief uaier.ihe ptw -
visicmiof.ii.i. suWifUraa.-.aml also to
vidian ot tni 5ubIuii:Qn,'. aud also to
orhai -y turns or school iney have been
ot anv sue
ed acatkxi, consist- ferfi ch-eric, icA cr.?s cf "ty,
a ue sans cay i will taJ mat ie r.ci at e j;
"shall, whenever they may deera it neces- ? and ia thergisiritbn cf L-xt (i ivtra
sary. esttbii&h suMUtruts, which shall ment thw intectisa "vcaia efrt-chiia
be oraaird accsrdin ta tha previsions j one pera c! th? po;u!itx, cslln tit
cf this chapter. . - . - j colored nepulauon, who , hid jiit btta
DCCAT:cy or jnx 'niar asd cms isd emancipated, r.ixA at the sissttns tadit-
- " Tax auxb. tfrascarsewhiia waa- Graat ch?rirj.J
i - .v. When you be:a ttilx ' about 2eOt:
oo. The pernor cf the urrriiory Lf ycJ ou;ht u wiil?
cf .Nebraska n hereby authcrued and re- J L Jr,alki4 VThi:,
quired to make an arranpm.nt and en- ..recchts that wrf etii.
ter lata a contract wua taa prcpar au- . . FriJ .g.
thoruiescf he sue ct .Vcr , Cc2Teuti2a t. rri
ctuer s.ate, u rracticaote, ivc uie suiasa-t
v i 0) it;h.U br ihe duty of the ter-
. j im : j ! - ur t..luiuia a rfrori at
th irvn- i!i.:iirrt(l tin
.: . Diiha. 0f .hi, .ubdiViiion. '
JOHNbO.N IN ST- LOUIS. '
St. Locis, September 9. A corapli
meutary banquet was given last nigh'.sl
the Southern Hotel, to President Joha
son and his " Cabinet, General Grant,
Admiral Farragut, and' the 'diplomatic
corps. , Svou alter being seated , a large
crowd collected on Walnut street, and
cailed " lustily " for the President. He
answered their sumaions byV appearing
on the portico, and delivered the follow
ing address; 1'" '.': . x
. Fellow "Citiaxss cr Sr. LcuiV: In
being intrody'ced to you to night. It is
not for the purpose of making a speech'.
It 13 true.' 1 am proud to meet so many
of my rellow-ciiixens here on : this occa
sion," and ' tinder vthe lavcrabfe cireum
stances that I 'do: CVy How about
cur British subjerts?' We will attend
io"Juha Ball after a while sa far as
;rbac Vsjccncerned.; ; Jt-aughi er, and loud
Ifreerf .'J" t harejoai stated that I . am
uot here1 for tbe" purpose cf alaa
sptrtth, but af t r V ,ug mtruTuced ,sxm ply
to trader .Bry.oi dial tha cks fcr the wel
caae tharyoM haa given -to oe ixvyou?
lu.dst, A jTQice rtea ."tho-isacd wel-.
C4,ue., Hurtahs'acd. cheer. Tfcafck
you. sir.1 ' I wi!h u Ktg in ny power to
audress youunder favorablecjrcaastaa
ces, upcCT seme; cf the question that ag
nate acd disirart the pubiia mind ques
tions waich have grown .out . of - a tery
ordeaj -hat we hsye jast pawed through,
ana which, I think, as important as this
we have just p-ssed by. - Tha time has
come wtien tt seems to ra that ail oc jht
tu be prepared fur. peace, the rebellion
btiug aurptessed." and the sheddioe cf
blica beiug stopped, the sacrifice cf Lfe
uciij ajj,TMur qi -sayea, 11 seems
Mck,.crjsfor ewartJ, .if you will grj!
ujcn uj asceriaia the cause of . the riot
au.rVew.Orieaus.Derhaps vzn would not
te so'proinpi id calling ouV"X'e'w Of-'
1 ie;uus. u you wiuia"e 'up
trace tt '
tlooi that h-i; tbrte. Tnea if ya
will take Bp the riot- at "riew Orlsiis,
and trace it tarfc-to tu RaJic-Al Cccrtss
If yua wUl 7--. 1:1
their caocusea.yoa w.ii zzitrs'rzi v,. t
they thea kciw chers that a Ccc?a
tioa wasvtab"caiiil. which txticct,
by its porr-x hiTirg expired ; that it
was atd, aci th4 iaieztica was, that ft
new (jorerssiTns'ti la cr-ixH,
will think teatspeechs were ends ia
cenuufy'tn.lhirrcharaaer, excitir; thai
poTUon of the pcpsUuoa tha'Slaik pept
ulatioo to ana' thenlvei aid prspir
for the sheJiisg cf ki. A"vw:cer
that's so. and cheers.1
Qi nul als
fiud that that Convention id ;1
in violation of law. and the in:3ci
that C:uv"Btioa'wjs ta xurnc
recognized authoritiai ia'tks S:r.d Gjt;
ernmeai cf Louisiana, which h'xi b :3
reorianiied by tht - GoTtvzrzzzt -tf
latteA. States, aslT-ry r.
ia lhat rbellioa ia thu CcaT? wiih
thai iate&UcA'cf r:p3rceedicj til sfi
turningtha civil 'gore ramht v?V had
been recbnixsi by tht Governsat ci
ths Ucke4 States, I say ht war a lijt-cr-
to tha Cocstiutisa cf tht tfaitVi
utes, chsirs, aaihezirs fbi that
anotaer rebellion wv cccinesssijiavia j
its origin ia the Radical Cciesa. r
Thss tata wera ti.gx "ihsraVT A gcv?
emmect was ta ba crgmix d, cd tha
cu9 in txiitence ia Lcuitiaaa. vtaj fc ti
suspended, S2t asiia aai CTerihrTx
You may talk to me abect 2f W OrUarsj
and then the q-itstisa" wiiHiV'c: 3
when they had es:.blihed their Gcven
ment-r-a cjueitioa cf political prwur
which cf the GoTerrrr.ea'.s w jto be rtc
cguued. A nswGuTercmat,4i2U?
atrd ua ler this difufcct Cotivic ;a, aal
t mo ia vi ltti
will of ih iia- .liien,j.thta they
had establish i 'taVir -"G ?ver.V;u a, aud
extended. umveral, or ...warusj, fran
chise as they calKd u, ': 1 ih' cjlorei
population, thea its . Hx4iC t ,CJiJ,retf
vui9 determine that - a U wttrnait
established oa negro Yjtes warty bs th
Govteraaint .cf,tLouisua4'; yyit-ry
"Never," and cbiearav aad isarrah fsr
Andyr" So much cf th.'fivy; "Qrieaas
rio, and thre .'was.lhi iC4Uj aid tha
erigm of the blooi than wat 'shH, aal
erI IC? Q l M A v
hhei,p; ?,.V,3r ??F
"v Leers- . Im V thiaj
every drop 0; buodthat wai shd js upoa
a' lithe closer, but I wiU c?t" ? h her
to-night; but vhe.a yaj uU-aVut ISs
Orlesu?,and talk, atoiV ih'i: aai
j cu6equencs that rerjhei ?jTfrcceed
J JigVct, that k'luJ.pe'th'ipjVisI.bije beea
swodahre, and you have rrrca4
i v; u trs , K' iis v iuia ii.u. u.jJa
a tt diss est
rcaV'Mii jne.M'.VktU tell you a fetr-whoU
soma thi ags thai- har-bcca;lca3 by th:a
Radical Congrs.- Cheers. J la coa
cectica with iJw O.Uaas aci .tha ex
tenticn cf tha elective franchise. i IZnzs
thi VI have been;'tfiiusel;tt;4'ib-is3i,
I know it has come jaVfaace cf rq
here, as it has elsewhere, thit I Y"
attehip'.ed tj exercise an arbitrary p
ia resisting law ihit vrere iatsr.de
be farcedjipajhe Govercmeat. :h
aa3 cries or,,h"ear.TTJ'Ye3, thu I I
exercised thevto pow?r "IJ!:? I
Ihjt elected e. end. thaj.IjTji a trail.
cr fcheersT becaujeT exercised th
power in atteinptin
Ho? a time.a bill that wa. cUra!Free4
9 - v
dun s Uureao ; iilL ; Qweri. J Yes,
thai I was &- traitor; and I -har been
I, traduced,. 1 have been, slander? J, lb,
been maligned, I have beea calleul Judi
lscariot; and all. that: :Ni.T,'Thj co-;n
tiymea. here to nighi it is Very 'easy t.i
Udu)g in epitht3 iatTsry easy u
cal a ipsa Jl'J 11 and cry cat, tracer, but,
whefl'he ij called upsn'to give arjaraea'.a
"and facujie ii very cfua fouaJ'itaaurg.
Judas Iscarict. Jcdas ! ThsrV fAs a Ju
das ccca, cae cf the twalT Apcstles.
Ob, yes, the twelve Apwtles had a Christ
A Toice, Vacd a loaeitao. Greax
laughter. The twelve Apcstlea h4 a
Chrisi, aaa He csvef cocli Eive hsi
Juits unless be had" twelo: Arostlff,
If I . have played the Judajjt-rha has been
my Christ that I harr played hft Ju4a
with! -Wm it Jha'd. SieTens?, Te it
Wendell Philips ?AVa it Charts Sum
ner? Hisses' and - cheer? 'Are thsa
th uxea ihat wt up aaiqjapir ti t -stlvea
trith tb Safar f. .ad every
body that drtfer wnh th-u inopiuioa,
rid that tr? i itiv .- trp.' i1,. J
. - - J - J - 1 . .lift! Ul
boricaTanJ fi-Iaruiu t- I cvViYvi b- de
deredar.d I roujhf.H.f:'. h.
ltd. anr preferred
: ' 1 - 1 .
will fiad cut vthaxs r p jasu.'s f.-r
ser as proviieJ in was substantial. y cy ,c2rr23.
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