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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1866)
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23rovcrixvillo, XJ". 37. j
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Os colawa. ant ja ,
est t:gbb eolnun. ona 7f.
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Ona half ajluroa wooifei
06a fourth column iimiiis
Ona ijt f i coo I o tans; i tn-'.ii
On eoluuia tturca moi 1 :
On bitf colors tsri n -Oca
fjrta eonma isrt a c . X .
Oaa aitftis t l-aKi ;irt u.
Stray ut. f') .
AlUrmoiest if trttunU rt aa im
rt,eOJf.aerear, It edTanee, ft 60
4 itcriiio( ai invariably, be paid ioAdraDce
f y t(t. aaj ruin and
) liaa fees! endaa sbort
aaj (Main and faocr Jeb Wr
LIBERTY, AND, UNION, ONE AND I
EPA R ABLE. NOW . Aj?I. P.. , JF O REV
tLa bat tiyia oo abort otica ao4 rabn Wavk
BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA, THT RSDaT, SEPTEMBER; 27, 186
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m; si ness "card's.
A. S. HOLLADAY, M. D.
;r;railuntrl In I.S5I,
(Located In irrovrnvlllc In 1855.1
lr. U. tu aa l5 l eouij lete reti of Atripotat
'. U Tf.b.r afcd Obstetrical initrumf nt.
jOOcc: Ilolladaj A Co's Drc? Store
Ttro Doors East of Post Office.
J S. Spialttotion girm to Obstetric and
,;tf immh of -o.eiJ od cliildrfn. x-4-l i
- ilain &t 2door below Brownrille House,
DHOWNVILLE N. T.
ITtion bo4 tmpmrior utnek Of Booti and Sbf a
aed iba brat material and ability for doipg
Repairing done vilh tuaincss and dispatch
j,KWi . Torms Caali. fn.nn
' FRANZ HELMER, ,
OPPOSITE DEUSER'S TIN-SHOP,
wiaorift; iwoqieh. plows. cmvri-
' VXTOtlJi. - , Rfia4.ahtrt Bti. a.ailow rales,
aj4 rrraiiM4toia tau.laeiloa. , . x-lt-lu bd
0. F. STEWRT. M- D.
. ai Eaat roroar of Main and First Streets
ItltOirWILLi:, MJIIRASKA. .
trrici Ho CM 7 to 9 a. u. and 1 to 2 and i to
ftrowaril'e, NaVraska, May 5tb, 1865 No Ji, Ij.
EDWARD W. THOMAS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Tllre e-imer of Main and First Streets.
Millinery & Fancy Goods
If aln Streeit one door west of the Post Office
A sjjerfr uk c-f (all ana Wiater Gnuds
jat raoaivej. Everj thing id the Millinery liae
kej4 nastBtly oo band. ' Dress-Making, Uonnet
lilmvbio an 1 Triiatuiog dona to order.
' 0;Uber,2i 1865. r9-o--2Sly
MARSH & CO.,
CCCES0RS TO MARSH &, IOOK,
Central Npwn--Agents and Rtaiiuners',
; Voht OCice Hulldln?,
ll'.li) W N V 1 U i?'- N K Ji It AS K
. siava on bad and are eustaotly 'W'iTinj
'r .i, ft-u if eif HmiV, I'erio 1 ira!n, Sfxfionary,
"'"1 ' frot tliaiii, K. hx. Rioks: also CnfVe-
Citr iii-ei. and a ehoic selection i.f
ir.H- .ti ft n !'),Uihirb they invite the
' i n f r!.- :r n T Nemaha roimty. and
' ' .f K strict ai 'etiiMtn t buainess. and fair
, i- s. Im nru a xbar r the nobliu fatrrniav ,
. A.I..MMCSII. nl5-ly J. V. bLIiS."
T3R0WIIVILLE . HOUSE,
. - COR. MAIN A'D 2ND STS.;;
nrcnvnvllle. Nebraska. 4 a
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IX W. PEDICOIID, Proprietor.
This ITonsebas been refarntsbedand newlyfitted
r sxd rerarnished under its present enterpri ing
'r-1isU.r, who s;arrantees atiafaetion to all bo
; 1 rtroaise a is Ileuse. , . , z-5-ly
... A: ROBINSON,
- 4 afatn te"een Irrfc Sd Street"
'Iroveiivillo TVJoTm rsZsLa.
aB4 ia(.nioa tba public that
asinhstide vtd i i assortnsol of Gent's and
.'-k'i eVJ&staa'end CI. Arena's
' IIOOTS. ANlV.fcnOT R. - ' '
J i aif rk tlnfte itk aesiness ant dUptclJ
-r- rtig d..!) on sbvrl i.ytica. 10-30 faun
GATES & UOUSKIELD,,
P L A "eRE US .
' tlroiravlllc; 'Kcbratttn.
r twtern. and do aevthint? in their line
8l(St Sati.fMflrirv' fthll'vArlniaitl'V. m.nr
?'"iee is brreby giren tbst arplicatlon baa beea
' t .be Probata Court of Ncnwba Conctv .foi
(jVM"",",Bnl -doiioinrator on the EUte
id Al persons interested in.
' - , "re required m apjar beforeaid court
.vtLriy h 28tbf. .Ve, t.niLQr..liP,6, wbensaij
lltuB ta f.,r bearinir. t.'v,
GEO V FAlRniDTHEIi, :
lrbt. .) u i r
JlCUoy.aiill.L. n,ti. tti.t Mni-lV,. XT.-
' iit .. rrll?"thMt,ed her petition in eban
' ti,rrut"rJ.Clntt bSi as re?pondcnt, tba
rv'B .CB f re1uil cswer fcy iba
?"-lt i a . rv
f MARTHA McCOY
!t - e
nonsevSten & Ornamental
: Glazier, fiilder, (iralner;- "
P ApER HAUGEJl etc.
All work dentin a workman
like manner, and on atrickly
. TERMS. ,
0 DOOa WISTOTSaoWSTlLLl B0S1
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CZB SCTX U CZtfZXS7s
M E R C H N T
C7T2 A n 7
MAIN STREET BR0WNVTLLE, NEBRASKA
Aug. 23u 66
RICIIAUP F. BARRET,
ffliMt MI 11T,
AND DEALER IS
LAND WARRANTS & LAND SCRIPT,
Per$oal attention given to mating Location. 4
Office in J. It. Careon'i "Banking House.
- BRO WNV1LLE, NEBRASKA. : ,
S IPTJ T Z
lias just received and will constantly keep on
Land a large and well Selected stock of genuine ar
ticles in is line.
One Door tctst of Grant's Store, Brown
.. '"'ville. Nebraska.
Of Cl.vksj Wubaal Jewilr.;d"ie ru the slmrt
est Notice. , , i, .
WORK WARRANT '
, . Broa-nvlile. Neh,. Maxct jeiti-.JC. If). 25 Jy
The undersif tted keep on band alar asaortrnecl.
S ATT1 JET ii C A SS ! MERE SU ITS.
. For Men and Boy's wear., Also. a large stock of
hats And: caps ;
BOOTS AND3 SHOES.
Rubber. Cots, Levins iBIaakels,
UMBRELLAS; AND, CAKPET;:BAG$f
Of 'All kind? which we will tell ,.,
. LO -H; J3 A P , F O R , Q A H
We purcbssed our gpods since the dt4
cline in the Markets and will sell at low
figures.5 ' ATKINSON & CO.
Wiol!:-K?tail Dealer in Choice
Liquors, Wines, Ale, Bear,
n AC II X K, 'X CiTTORZtsCLFRl
KWG REAPCRl qUAKCR310TT-
ER and BrCK EYE CCLTITA
;, Tl 'IIITWET'S BLOCK,
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Main Street. BrownviRe !
i ;; jrr, nth i- :io si ir fx nn - f ?
JfJcctin)?, of. Sciool . Examiners.
" Notice is hereby -ivch that the board of Seboll
Examiners of KeunOia Count, Nebraska, will held
jtneetirgs forLie JExamination nf Teachers for
said CouDty, at the office tof E.,W. Tbotnas,
in BrownTille', on the lstSatarday fa erery month,
between the hours of ore and 3 P. it. .Applicants
for certi flea teg. are required to be preeet at one
oVlock, preciselyor Ibey will not be exaasired.
Aoperaoa peed afj.ly at suny olher tirae. -
By order . of -the Barjl.
. . CHARLES G, . D0JISKY .
ATTORNEY 'ATX AW
Arfx Door to Canon's ' Bank. ;
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. . MAIN STREET ....
X2r o'crxi,Trll Wobras
TIPTON & HEWETT,
C4.ttonic0 at alt),
BR OWN VILLE, NEBRASKA
MArch lit, '66." ly.- -
. ' JAMES MEDF0RD, -f)
C A BIN ET- rilAKER
" . ".Corner 2nd and Main Streets, .
i - BRO W NVTIi C.E,'' T
Is prepared to doall kinds of wprk in hisline on
hbrt notice and reasonable terms. -'" 'I-Qm
WILLIAM ROSSELL- ' ; i
takes this method of informing the public that he
has just oponed,on Main street, between 1st and 2nd,
a Restaurant and Oyster : Saloon-
Also,iCc4ifectronries, Canned Fruit. Dried
Fruit, Spices of U kinds. Tea, Ccffee, Sugar ;
Tobacco, rotatoe,wet retatoes and everything
uanally kept in a retain grocery store. , :i -
-MEALS SERVED AT ALL HODRS.3
FRESH OYStERS- j
Photoh-aph eallery. For pood
pictures, Tbotographs or r Ambrotypes.
call at A. &.M. Stafford's Rocrns above
the Post Office. We are prepared to do
the best of work in the shortest possible
tirne, and on as reasonable terms as any
in the West. Give us a call, i Examine
our work. We insure satisfaction.
We take all sorts of pictures, 1
' Of every style of faces,
- Both Photographs and Ambrqtypes, "'
In plain or fancy cases.
A. & M. STAFFORD.
AMERICAN HOUSE. -A
Good Feed and LlTcry Stablq
. In connection with the House. ' '''
I ROBINSON. mnu ok.
Front Street, between Majn and WTater,
May, 30th 1S66;' 1036 ljT :
GEO; A. 'PliliS'Civ
39 VarietUai wth rptent Bfl.q- Tnuto or
fiSTSchool OrjrnriS and Melodeons.
Elegant RosewoocT, Tfnlnut or
JV o Charge for Boxing or Shipping.-: :
tslntnga roll deacrtption of style, axxl tesUnionials of
the roost eminent Musicians, as to tbe tvwtor pxcel
'lence of oar instruments can bVsteu at tbis Office
-. .' iAUd, . ,,: ,j (
i GEO. W. HILL & CO
, .. -.i.i : i at ' i 'Brownville ' Nebrako
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i ? J. B. WE1LLS s
. .: . i. , DEALER IN ... i
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Pcu, IV em all a County, Eebraska
lias jusi received a large and well selected Stock
of DRCGS,MEf)ICIKES,PA15TS, OILS, VA!-
NISH.-DYE STUFF, BRUSHES,
, SPONGES. PANCY AND
, TOILET. ARTiCLES, ,
: And every thing commonly kept in- .
1 First Class ; Umg Stores i-
' Cpstomers will find his Stock eomplete,whch ftp.
offer for CASH at the very lowest market pricts
PhysicliBS Prescriptions Compounded with the
atmostcare at all bo-ursV !
'-.Jane 21ft 3.9 3 hi1 il,. -i-
' WAKTED !' Agents; ilaiaaoi 'Femaiei jt;$75 to '
JI5Q per month, to sell the eetebrated ' j
Common Sente Family Seiting Mtchini i'-"! 1
r, f tfr : HIQE.S1S.OO ;., ., r .
This Machine will do all kinds of work equal to
ihm high priced Machines, swd is the airly practfof
and te liable Cheap Sewing Machffie "a the world.
SECUJC Jb CO CbVcsgo.llij r CleirplopJ, O
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AdJresa yj. v ' 'i -r ' 1 'ji ' ' ' '
v rrtndpal OfJSeelSo. 2 Custom Ho nsXkwa
I lt-i ly.aa . ,
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ICnOOL HOUSE EltfT SALE 05
.. . .
5' 38. Evert lot
parcel of land
which heretofore has
eep. or nereaitrr
shall be. appropmt
for the use of
common ' hwjJ in
tits territory; on
which there has beeir hall,be a echool
house er?ctd, at.d Ihich has been or
shall be .opcupied foflbe purpose" of ac
commodatinp:' a com&n "school1 of what-
ever grade, in the
ual manner., from
rime; to time, bowsdver nr by iwhomso
eyer the legal title
the same may be
held and vested, sr
be and the same is
hereby exempt Trot
sale on any execu-
tion,' or otner writ
of an execution.
: AT?OIHTMENT OF
prder in the nature
HOOt ElAWIWERS. i
' 39.- -It 'shall fe the duty of the
tounty commisfiooeS in the several coun
ties of. this territorl to. appoint a pompe
tent person resided in the coujaty, fchool
examiner, who'shii hold' his' office for
the term of two y Irs", and until his uc-
cesaor is appointed and in case a vacan
cy occurs in the once of such school ex
aminer by a refusl to- serve,? or other
wie it shall be filed : by . like .appoint
ment bsuch boaa of county commis
sioners. .'..' J " -i .)
1 '40. It stalllje the duty of such
schdoKexaminer p furnish each- person
examined - by i hi and found - qualified,
with a certificatepf good moral charac
.tef, andMhat' sheor he is qualified : to
leacu ortnograpuj, reauiog, wnung, ar;
ithmetic"; geograpiy; and ringlfsh gram-
cier. und jd ca$eucb' person intends to
ttach in any cuurnon school of higher
graoe, pe or snepnaij nrsvocjiain a cer
tificate of the teu'isiie qualifications in
addition tolhe brinches afbresaid : Pro
vided Thst'each'person so applying for
a certificate shall pay to the examiner a
fee of one dollarj which fee shabe hi3
compensation lor making sucn, examin
anon, and no certificate or qutimcation
shall he vailed in any 'counijf, except
that in which the examination took place,
nor for a longer period than two! years ;
and if at any time the receipt of the cer
tificate shall be found incompetent ;- r
negligent, the examiner may ret6ke,ihe
same, and require such teacherxo be dis-
misseayTursun leacersnaTHbli entT-
lied to receive payment for -.senrices only
up to the time of such dismissal . n;'
, ,41. The said examiner shall keep
a record of his proceedings, nhiog ibe
number and date of each" certificate, giv
en, to whoni, and for -what terxi cf time,
and for what branches qf stodyj
be the duty of the examiner to
school district in his county at'
m'each year; counseling with j
cert; visiting schools, and doinc
he can'.to bt-st advance ; the. interests of
schools in. hi iuijiy. and(to male, an ai
nuai repurt,,..ji r.bf fore.ihe'fith day. of
Ni vnntfrjn V.acfr f a'r, to'thH' rritorinL
audltor,; 'ati-r iaW V;x7iir:ni-r hiitl: be t-n-
litlfdlo rt-c--ivh th;- .-oflrof-.twlij dollars
foctaxlLd'w'i-urily vtwity i, offi
,cial service ,ai Jijv vJtji, ;u b-
der br ih'couhty riArk". Krd i.ujy
clirk rfny rq
mth W! to be- subiiianiifdlby -a h,: whi
.bth-sajd c4frk,may adiHirusierviaiid file
tHuT i ..TEBRIIOaiAL AUDITOK
, . i 42. -rThe bookiji and papert; of the
territorial auditor relating to ths school
department shall be kept at the, seat of
government," where a suitable ojce shall
be furnished by JtEe territory, H which
he shall give attendance,; when cot ab
sent on, public;. businessV JL;. r " ; .
43. As soon ts the revenue, to be
raised as hereinafter prdvided,J.for the
"purpose of fumishif the co'minon schools
with libraries and apparatus, will admit,
it shall be the duty of the said aVditor to
purchase the same, and the books, and ap
paratus so purchased shall be distributed
through the cferk's office of each coumy,
to the board of education in each precinct.
city or incorporated, village, aCGjding, to
the enumeration of scholars. lj ! , .,'
44T ' He shall also exercise such sa
pervisFon'dver7 the ' educational jfundsof
the Xerrii-'asHiay dis necessary , to Je4
cure; their.-safety, -and ; righ;.fippIicairon
and distribution accprding, la, law.'l. lie
V11'" ' " ,J --" , - -
enall Lave nowcr .to renuirR nf rnnniv
cit rks, preempt boarda or education, or
other 'local' tcbool ffficers. clerks and
treasurers of prenncts), county treasurers
and clerks. .recorders, a pd , treasurers of
cities and villages, copies of,ja!I reports
by them Required' to be made, and all
such othesr Information in relation to tb
fpnffs apd condition of schools, and the
management thereof, as he 'may deem
looportaptv- I nr. v ... c. i..J
. 45, .He bajl prescribe suitable forms
apd regulationa for maktpg all. reports
and conducting all necessary proceedings
Under this chapter.'atid shall cfcuse the
same,1 vtixh such instructions a he"' shall
deem necessary and proper for the organ
ization and government of schools, to be
transmitted to the local school officers',
wild "shall ' be 'govened ' in accordance
- 6-46 Tfr shall be the duty of said au
ditor to ncakeau-annual report in ea'ch
ana every ryear.u ina.iesiinute assem
bly4 who shall cause the same to Ibe pup
lished; - - -
47.'' The terrilorial' auditor, in the
annual Teport of- his' labor and observa-
. ... ' . .
uona eoall present, a .statement or the
copdjtjpn:a;id auio.i nt , al) . uys -ahd
property japproprnted ,10 the purpwe-w
vuucanon, a statement oi me cumoer vi
private or select schools m the nt.i. y,
so tar as tne same can oe asc Tiaiu-u,
and the 'number of ?cholars. -t-t.-nding
such schools, 'heir sex. and the branches
taught; a' statement of the fiu tiber of
scholars attending such schools, tueir sex,
and the branches taught; a stai.-meui of
the number of tenchers. ' institq. and
the number of teachers atthLpdini.ythern ; 4
a statement )f th estiinate and.aceouot
of the expenditures of the pubRf s-;ii-fund
cf every description ;.,astat. n-ax (
plans for the management ana improve
ment of common schools ;"and su i other
information relative to the dujttional
interests-of the rerritory-as he miy think
of importance. .;t ' i
TERRITORIAL SCHOOL TCfD. : -
- 43. For the purpose of aTofding
the advantage of a free education to all
the white youth' of this territory,' the ter
ritorial cqipnion school fund shall hereaf
ter consist vt such sum as will be' produced
byihe annual levy and assessment of
two mills upon the .dollar valuation on
the grand list of the taxable property of
the territory, and there is hereby iHvied
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 lev
ied an-i. assessed .shall be collected in
the same manner as other territorial taxes.
and when collected, shall be semi annu
ally distributed to the several organized
I counties of the territory, in proportion to
the enumeration ot scnolars and: be ap
plied exclusively to the rupport of icoin-
Lmon schools: Provided. That all colored
persons shall .be axempt from taxation
tor school purposes. -t
' 59. 5 Ail fines' assessed' for is breach
of the peuaj javts of the territory-and all
forteiture which may apcruei ,alj lands'
and other estates which shall Tescq9 it to
the territory for the, want of heirs or kin
dred entitled to the "inheritance,' all lands
which have been or may hereafter,, bi
granted to the territory when no epecial
purpose is expressed in the grant, and
all unclaimed iees. as pr&vided by law,
hall be denominated school .funds, the
Income of which, together with the taxes
mentioned and specified1 in' thfs chapte,4
shall be applied to the support of common
schools: in ;. the several counties where
collected ; apd it shall be the duty of 'all
clerks of the district courts, at the close
. :..: . . - i . . .
coun'y treasurer and cod-jty clerk' of the
cdunty in wfiicb the court shall be held
a statement of the amount of all fines im
posed dqringaid 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 other ' magis
trates, to report imrnMiiately to he coun
ty clerk and county; treasurer, upon im
poking fines which are by law appropria
ted for school purposes, the amount of
said hfjes. and toe names or tne person
or persons against whom the fines : Were
nss6i?ecj : and ihe clerks qf-.the --.distric'r
ourt; aiid -juu,s cf .the, ptte. h tll.
iv upo.ii .the collection ot.any-s-c
fiii, ... i:.iv or caute 'he
iV or (.au-e 1 Dei
in ' lo'bV "i-a id fjtV-
:rear:ury of the county in" wLiCh-' ..!
s,fii- wer !ntvd?ed .:;.' ;-y wrt .
, .ij. . j riri'iti,si'iior Us-,.fyi'ui$hv) report -i
j.s.j;i.k.j V4 il.tr ae?iot -or-th-legislature.
DU. 1 ihe! debts wnica nave, peeu
he re tut ore contracted i;
tnct lor school purposes nau provit;
.w.i i' t t a . a
de l for by Mie estimates dt ' the ' proper
school board created under the provis
ions of this chapter. ; .. ,
'51. The process, in sll suits against
any precinct board of education or other
Ideal officer, having charge of any of ..tae
public schools under the provision of.thi
chapter, shall be by summons.'ttnd shall
be executed by leaving a; copy 'therejf
with the clerk or secretary of suclj board
or other chool officer, at least; ten dayV
before the Teturn day thereof.' And any
suit, eilher in favor - of brL 'against', any
such board or other' school officer, shall
be prosecyted or. defended, ns the."cdse
may be, by-the. prosecuting attorney'' of
the proper county, as a .par tof his official
duties, . , . ; n . 'm7 f'r j
75 5?' ' . Tbe , local ' board ' cf educaf ibn,
qr other TocalofScera. having charge 'of
schools in any city,' precinct : or village,
in which coinrnpn schools have been : or-
I ffanized under, any sVecial act. shall W
and( are .nereDy auinorized, . whaniver
ineeiiug of tlieVualifldvoters of any
iucu'cuy, precirici mt .village, on giving"
thirty days'putIic notice thereof,. toi 7)
teriiiiue by vote '. wheih'e "th,cotmnoa
rchpols of such city, precinct or village
snail T)e conducted and managed in. ac
cordance with the provision. ot this chap
ter ; and if a majority ot the yoiers are
found tote in favor of the change, '.heu
sai.dj.pcal board or other' school officers,
shall thereafter proceed; ,m ; accordance)
with the provision of. this-chapter, uhtil
thirsuccessors shall be elected and qual
ified and auchxlty, or ; village; may pfo
vide, by, ordinance for the election or ftp
pojntmeni of a board 'of education,- pres
cribing their nuimVer.and ler'rn. af cilice ;
and such board when so 'elected ,or! ap
pointed and qualified, shall, .together
w'nh the clerk cr fecorder "of tuch city or
village, possess, the same powers; and
ducharge .the same. duties within the lim
its of their jurisdiction, as local directors
and boards of edncati6& iu'-precincts. ;
M .53. ..The re.-pecttve-p;ecinct boards
oilducaiion,"and th Jir successors' ia offi-
e?. shall have' power tcua& and hold in
trust tor tf'e use and benefit uf any cen
tral xr high school or subdifirrct -school
m the precinct, any gratu . or 'devise of
j"d And danatron or bqut of money or
pinerperstnaj. property; tafce applied by
i tu uuiru to tot: ra-unwa-icss.airj
of any such'school or schooU according
to the intention of tne grant or aonation.
- 6 51.- Yhen no? suljcliatrict exists, tne
qualified voters, of the. eleo ion , precinct
shall elect a board of education, consist-
in? of three citizens, on the saraa day
and in thasame manner as provided in
section two of this chapter fur the elect
ion of school director :oIsubdistricts.
and said bqard sq&jl nave all tne power
and perfotnl.eli the dutise both of the
board ot edocation ana tne noara or ai-re-.tors.'uhiir
three subdistricts ar organ
ized ; and the' said board - ot education
shall, whenever they may deem it neces
sary,. estbluihv8ubdijiris, which shall
b organized according to ihe provisions
of this chapter. , , T . .
SDtrcATio?r or xrjE deat axd dcmb asd
" 55. The'gove'rnor of the terrritory
of Nebraska is hereby authorized and re
quired to make an arrangement and en
ter into a contract .with the proper au
thorities of the state of Iowa or .any
other state, if practicable,' for the admis
sion of all deaf mutes and blind childern
in the territory of .Nebraska,- between
the ages of twelve and twenty -years? to
the asylums or schools of. such state . or,
states, erected and 'established .for the
education of these classes, upon ; such
term's as may seem lo him just. ' ' '
56. '' - Any applicatiio to the govern
or for the, relief of any such child, shall
be accompajned by a certificate, si?oed
by tne county commissioners of uiecqqn
ty wherein such shlld ' may "reside, cer
tifying that uch chili is an actual resi
dent of said county, and (hateaid child
is entitled to the benefit, cf the provisions
of this subdivision, and that the parents
r - . ; - i l . 3 3 fl . 1 , . . . , . . ' vi.
or guaratan or sucn saua are uaaoie is
defray 'the expenses incident to the ed
ucation of spph - child, i'whieh " certicat.i
shsll be filed in the office c'l 'fa Urfijo
rial auditor. . r ; . . .r v t i
, . s57.. .Upon receiving a cet tificate 'of
the county co'mmiisioners of any county,
that a child iV entitled to relisf under the
provisions of this subdivision, it shall be
the duty, of the govenor to prcvide trans
portation.for.snch child, to some asylum
or;sphool for, the education of.such child,
as'porvided ja tis sufJiyisjonVnd to see
that sucn cb. ad 18 provided witn cio'-hing
and such other articles as may be neces;
paryt . or, required by ihe rule anjd regula
tions of .th asylum ,;or school to' which
such child may be senti ' .; " '." '
8 5S. ' Alt expenses inctrrred under
the provrsione of thi subdivision shall be
paid out of ;the territorial -treaary ? on
the warrants of .the territorial, auditor .
Provided That before any claim for such
cxpeust-S; shall, be .allowed by the auditor,
such account or claini shall be approved
and certified as correct aqd just by the
governor. 7 : ,-.-:.:-(' - ,
- 59- It shall be ihe duty of the gov.
eruor lo fcubmit a repot t to each, regular
session of the legislature, of the number
of such childern, of each kiwi separately",
who have, received relief jqnder, the. pro
visions of. tls subdivision and also - to
Ayhav Hyiutn3 pr school they hae been
pK . ; .: - " , - 4J. -. ,
l v Jays frin ibe. cotnnwricfmenr
jexprpse iucurred undar
U prov;NH)na of this. tubdi vision.
j ..' v. , . . . i
; ''-JOHNSON IN ST- LOUIS.
. St Louis, September 9. . A compli
mentary' banquet was given Iast nigh',at
the Southern Hotel, to President lioha
sou "and his 'Cabinet, General Grant,
Admiral FarraguV, and'. thCdiplornatiC
corps. . Soon alter being seated .a large
crowd collected.' on AV'alnut street, and
called '. lustily " for the President. Hp
answered their 'sumaions ' by V appearing
on the portico, and ' delivered tha follow
ing address; ,
. t : ..' ;'
:si or' St.' Louis:' fn
you to night,' 'It Jis
.' t ELLOW- WfTUI
being' introduced to
nbt fdr'the purpose of making a speech;
Ii is'true.'l am proud to meet so many
of my tellow-cmzens here on this occ
to John Bull 'after a while." so' far as
thit'i's cdfcreTOedc : I Laushier. 'and loud
theory. y t havejosi Vtaied'. ibat ' I . atl
uoi raere1 'for' the purpose of clalflDf 1
pee'b,: but af t r te'iu intrWuced ,sim ply
to tender .my oidial thanks f cr. the; wel
ecrne that yot have civen ta me. invaur
luidai, A ,yoir;e rteq .ihogsapdi wel-J
I.. l IJ..--' 1 . . i
. Muiwui ana. cheers. J icanic
you, sif I wiih it wasr in ray power to
ucdressyouunder" favorable circomstari
u.wporjiomerpf the -questions that 'ag
nate and dtrriihe public mind--ques.
tions, which. have grpwa ui of -aery
prde rhai we; bare just, passed, through,
ana which, I thitk, as important as this
we hare just p-ssed by.-'Tbir time J has
come when it seems to tne that all ought
to be prepared lr, peace, -the rebellion
being aurptessed.' arid the shedding cf
.bWt beiug stopped, the sacrifice of hfe
beipg ; siapedea: nnJ -stayed, it seems"
that. tniime has arrived.when we should
have; pe&srcfj when tbo bleedipij arteries
in..efa.ji; niore; about it thaojyou dd,f
sion, ana upaer tne ravoracie circum
stances lhatT 'do.1 CVy ';How' about
6uV British 'subjects? 1 W e -wil J attend
hPUip be uea-upilwA.''Qtce,,New Or there were twelve -Apoitles.. a:tl whetj
Itiaui.V-jPerhapa if you.had a word or-two there. .was a C.hnrt.v.hirVh-rVwere Ju
vn:the eubjea of Naw Orlean you migh'ttdaae?, Twerer iKefe'tiAbeii-fera'r 'Ye$Ml
liugh-.er apd.rxheer. if you. will gof u:ibUvarii; .;-Voieai.vha r'c.iH Threa
cack.crjtisfor -SewariJ, .if you will pi groins or. Kletcer.U t MSyes. un
back nud ascertain iba. cause of-the rioij believers La Christ :. m-'r wh i rrsecuteJ
uixew.vrieans. perhaps yau woujd n ot j
...,. . - . .
te so protnpi in calling out "New Or-1
leaus' If you willUkebp the rToVai!
Wcw Oris ans and" truce it back to its
Uurce, tr to its -ImmrdHte - ti-i:p,.-yia''Iv. -,'-.?; .Cf A?;vV-. Rfi I ;:;. .
........ u - I.
will fiud out wiiais re p oasible for the.
blood that y shdiihere. Then if yoa
will take up the riot-at-New Orlsisi,
and trace it bacirto the Radicul Coc jttsa
great cheering, tuJ cfi?a of "bqjly,!
wiU'Mod that theri6tat, New Orlsii
was subitantlalfy.plaBcU by Cccr-HJj
If you wUL laeJ 31-9 'ITocee!33' 13
their caucua&i-you will ucdenusi thil
ihey then knew cheeri that a Cessa
tion walio.b.cailid.which waa extinct,
by its powiJLJiaving expired ; th:.t it
wasaid, apd jibe intention was, that ft
new livernment was 'to ba orgnsissl
and in the organization of that Gavora
raeni the1 'intention 'wai Tlo ejraschi
one porjjca of peculation, csllei t-i
colored population, who .had just lata
.' .'i ...r . j
emancipated, .nun at uiosimsiims toon
franchis(whito pen. Gram chesrii:?.
When vou foVin to-tiiic ' about New Or-
leans, confusion yoa ought td ualtf
stand what you aretalkicg about. iVhau
you read-th8'speeches that ware caia,
or. take up the facta on Friday ted 'Sit
urday before 'that Convention aat. yo-
will think Vh'at'jpee'chea were rnsda iaj
cendwryln; IRefrcharacter, exciting that
portion3 of thV'popuUuo'aithA Slack pop?
ulation-r to arm' ihenuelrai and.-prtpitsj
forttse shedding, cf tlood.-- Avuice,
"dial's so.Tand cheers. AVj .Will alia
fiud that that Convcaiioa cdil :au9mM9
in violation of law, and the i&tsttfsn cf
that Codventib'n'was" t3-ripe rr?dt tiii
recognized authorities in' te S'.ate Gjy
eminent of Louisiana,' -which; ix4 'bee
reorganiied by tha - Govcmrat -tf tia
Vni t e 4 , S : ale s , and t rery ' nixri . ? j i i
in that rebellion ia that CoaTe;;ca w'iti
th'e fntehiicn'of '.s-jpfrceedincr ifl u)",
turning'the "civil governruVct vi;h had
been recbgnizad by tha Governciant cf
the United States, I say fca.waj? a Jfit
or- to the Constitution of tba L'aitei
States, cheari, and hshca.pa'Csd thai
anotner rebellion wa codaBabJria;
its origin in ' the Radical j Ccitesi. t
These men wera to . go" Ih'steV- A gov?
eminent was to organized, -and tha
one in existence'ia Louiiiaca. to b!
suspended, set aside aad crerihraa.
Yeu may talk to me about Naw Orlaarsf
and then the naastioa" was si5Tr cfiai 3
frhen they had established their Gorera
rnenta auestioa ofpoliiical psvrar
whjsb of the Governments wi?'to b recr
xrgnized. 'A new Government. -ii
ated unler this' defunct Contfen: '..a, ani
at'up. in. 'yrdatipn. of la.-'wiibjut tha
will of tha ,)le. .Thent'whea they
had p'stabhahe i Ih'tfir Gvrc'iV.l 'oi, aud
tendeduniveral, ,qt ..wariul, fran
chise as they : caltid'itto-i ti;'- cwjore4
population, theo 'its . Riiicil'lConreii
was to deieriiiine. that 7 a ? Government
established on negro fate? jvas'tyba tha
Government .of,',. Louisiana.'; y.ijce-ry
vNever," and cheera," and-nurrih Ul
Andy.." ' So .moch''orth;Ntfjv;Qrleaaa
rior, and thre .was'..tha. C44 :aai lha
origin of the bloxi that j was-'shed, and
everyrop' pi blood thai. wa sVed s upon
their skirt?, and they are reapcniitle fgy
it, Che'ersijl L cou'4 Ud' thli thinj
a1 litlie' closer', but I T will nat'dst hera
to-nigh ;: but' when yW talk V!ut Navr
Orlean?,Rnd talkaboV'fJ; ftgV?s od
consequences ihal rerjlted --from p'jeeed
jngVt, thai kVpVjye.r'apf,. I been
innoxlucKl hare, and you have provoked
'("si fobs' of this 'kind'.' though it does not
T- '.i . ii e i i
toi'in9..i:.vii ten you a iew waoi
otnftthiogsthat- harrbcca'.dcso by this
Radical Congress. Qhcers.J,In coa
pection with New OiUans acd .the ax
tention cf tha elective franchisa. .! Knov
thaVI haye boan!tfidaced,,iR;,'iib,ia9i.
I know it has come ,'ja adyance of
here,-as it baj el.ie'wh9re that I have
attempted to exercise an arbitrary power
in resisting lawa ziv. wera m'.ar.-iea w
be fcjxedjiponjihe Government. cheer i
ana" cries cr"h1;arTTT"Yes, that I ha4
exercised ht1iiuiT power "BiY j U
cu','y;iiiat I had ahjndpne thi part
lhat,elected iek and, thatIrai. a trail
or" cheers' because" F exercised te rau
power m attempting :to,' and ' diV arrest
iifoi a time.a bill that Waialleda?ref4
sftan'a? Bureau tI3sIL1.j fCheari.1 'Yea.
- .tthari wsa traitor; and ;I -have Deea
i mu (jccu. i uars oeeq siar.aerfj, l t;T5
oeen raaiignea, i nave ceen. cau 4 Jua
lscan'ot, and all. 'that.' :fTat, co;n
tiymen, here to night it ia Very teaiy U
sdu)ga in fpiihetsr - Iv. wtrery easy t
eal a jn3n JuUt and cry cuj.tp.u or, but
whetj'he fs called upon'tqgfvearg jrnenta
andfacts.he ii very often fouaiVantisj.
Judas IscaricU ' Judaa ! -TherV i.s a Ju..
dai ccca, endv cf tha'twaira Apostles.
Qb, yesjiha twelra Apostles had a Christ
A roica, Vand'a lua5i,'oo.'H Great
laughter. " The twelve Apostles had a
Christ;anti lie ca ver touli Eave fcad
JuJas unless ne 'bad"! tvelo::Apostlf
If I have-played the Jud2s!TT.habasbeert
ray Christ that I hareplayad ha Juaa
with? .Was it Thad. Stevens ), Was ii
Wendell Philipi'T Vas it Charts Sunir
rierl Hissesand -eheeH.j ' Ana :hsa
the men that ael'Up aaisqjiapari t!
selvet with ihi Savior cf.mr,:a?93 every
body that differ with them - in Aopiuioa,
and that try to stay od arrenhsir dia
boricaTaniJ 3fari.)U3 p d cyyivr? be de
nounced as a JuJi. H n;h?')r An
dy and cheers .--lti.Mhft.:cty whea
hile thVre were "Jed iVnY- rtivrs.-wero
1 - L V 1 .:
the cro!.-,' to. soJisfy nnbelisr-n j nzi
ana eiiLdered apd . t rout Jim, befora
Pontius Pil.tte; aa j ' prrifarrei'carjes
and'eondetrined'a n"J-1 uflilmUc-death cq
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