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. "RATEo OF ADV..i..
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On coluuia tirc incS t i "
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m-!". aU inariablj,ba paid inAdvanc
f tlj' A4U thQTi P111'-
Allirin4.irat a a.eni.c...-
AUfcadJof Job. Boo bJ Ci frtaitof, &
. ; LIBEHtY, AKD, UNION, ONE . AND INSEPARABLE N. Q W. , . AjN D, . F. O RE V E.R-''.
BROWNILLE, NEBRASKA S 27,; W iv1:
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JsThollaoay, m. d.
Graduated In JR31,
. ,ec3(fd in Krovrnville In 1855.1
Dr. U.ta t''1 oialete sett of AmpUt
4 , fvr-bio'i Olttetricl initrument.
jo2ff:nol!adaj & Co's Drc? Store
7"iro Door $' East of Post OJjlct.
j s, Sr-ittDttoo g'tm to Obitetriwand
rtiit''C of Wtutrn d4 children. x-4i-lj
iiia B 2 doors below BrownTille ZZouie.
BEOWIfVlLLE N. T. ?
"Bob hn4 prior itck cf BooU and She
r,d ttt brit xnaterUl and ability for dipg
lyairivg done icith ntatntss and dispatch
,Mf Torzus Oa.csXx .
: FRANZ HELMER, ,
: OPPOSITE DEUSER'S TIN-SHOP,
warw. nuooiEH. plows. cuiti-
TI TO ttl. . - . Vrati 4 a hrt Dvtii t, at low rate,
n rru.tHne iWUc;ln. x-ll-lo tn
C. P: STEWRT. M- d7
Et prtrnar ef Main and Firot Streets
. iiKoir.wiLLt:, .cnnAsiu. .
rfKt nomi 7 to 9 a. M.and I to 2 ad t4 t0
prowarM't, NctrarVa, May 5tb, 1865 No 3A, I J.
EDWARD W. THOMAS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,,
T!W c-nr of Main nl Tirt Strati.
Millinery & Fancy Goods
Ifain Street one door west ol the Post Office
DROWXVILLE," XCIIRASKA. .
A iafri. r tloek f JaU nn Wiater Oonds
jutroiTed. Ererything in the Millinery line
onftaBtly on band. Dratt-Making, Uonnet
(.inai'DiBir an.l 1 n in mine dona to order.
. 0:iber,2J 1885. T8-n--28Iy
MARSH & CO.,
SCCCES0R3 TO MAR5II & 200K, '
Central Ntwx- Agents and Slai loners
I'oKt Oilice Huildinsr,
1 vnoiibtml not ara rorjsrantly nn-fiving
' -u.i if t,T H.m.V. PerioiiralH, Sfntionary,
" frf h Pam-, K. ho..l Roki ; alio Cnfrc-
. ''i-ir rti-r. and a hie clectia-"f
i f -!' ,t whirb they invite the
u . f tt.-- , 'it r, ,f Nemaha coppIt. and
.'.wh trrt ai 'rtitwtn to buaincpf . and fair
K'f .u, Nt-ru &br f the nublio patrfnpe., ,
1 1 1 t . I tt Hi 1 tir l f lv J '
.' . COR MAIN AND 2ND STS.;
RrornvlUc, Xcbrdska. ,
CL V7. PEDICORD, Propxietor.
Thi IT'iom ha been refuniifbed and atwly fitird
Md refurniahed under it present enterpri-ing
r-icitu, ho goarranteei aatiafaetioa to all ho
-.rtroa iie hii Hua. , . , x-5-ly
. A:' ROBINSON,
fit m wa
!a Between lr ft. 2d Street-' t '
-" iw Mii 4 (. itiaaiBg ma. public mat
rnhtada Milrndi l irlmnL if (irnl'l anil
a d (I.Urana'e
' BOOTS. AN!) HHOT R. - i! '
r 1 1..),., ,.rt mith BMll,eM dispatch Ct
.GATES & UOIISFIELD,
P L.A sfE K E.K S .
. PfownTlllc; Ifcbrcsim,
V, , ' UJ. BtracU for Brkklnyirg, Plastering,
i r Lwtern, and do arything in their line
. tifctory' and workmanlike manner.
I ' i i f i ' . r
' N NOTICE
mo, ' 11 k''eby giren tbat application haa beea
a "f"bt Court of Ncmuba Conntv .foi
f &m m."1 of n dmioitrator on the Estate
t u der',d' Al1 Iriont interested in.
' JiiLr 1' Mired n anar beforeaid court
I r.TJT m.28lh ftf t-ulor. OSes, wtenwid
aui ba for hearing. m -
- .MccLLUAL AUllt'E.-.
''J-Mrc-fcH ,li,uke,),'tice tbat: Martha Me-
"") 't tK ri . 1 tM tied her petition in chan-
11 1 1 TrM vouri oi retDas JUtjnty, e
"J- Jrr,rj,,,caln'ct re?iKmdctjt, tbt
'""'"r U Trtich 10 obtain a decree di
e eaid rennondent. frepj the
'" akaVik ' dwrec'ng ber alimony ' cd
S' mwl; sfod7f cerinfact clild.'
",b Df C,eC h reTJ to answer fcy lb.
- ' MARTHA McCOY
nonseSIsn &. Ornamental
Glazier, fiililer, (irainer;-
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P ApER H AUGER etc.
All work done in a workman
like manner, and on strickly
. TERMS. .
OSI BOOK WIST Of BOOWH VILLI R08K
M E R G H lSr T
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MAIN STREET,' BROWNVTLLE, NEBRASKA
3 IS 757" i.3T Gr
Aug. 23u G6 . , ' .
RICIIAUP F. BARRET,
GIIML MI MIT.
AND DEALER IS
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LAND WARRANTS & LAND SCRIPT,
Perianal attention give to waKnj; Location.
Office in J. Ii. Caraon'aBankinK House. '
- BROWNV1LLE, NEBRASKA.
x-U ly ri-nn,
-. 1 i AND ' ' a ; ! '
CT 23 E! 31t "S" ! !
; JOSEPH1' SIPTJTZ,;, !
Flas just receive!' and will coDBtantly keep on
Land a large and well Selected etock of genuine ar
ticles in it line.
Ont Door west cf Grant's Store, Brown-
Of Clark) Wicbeaai . Jevet.rxdr.ue'iH fheli..rt
eti Nutice. , . , , i ,.,.. ,
WORK WAR RANTED
, Brow-ovUlthuMw-cb J6ih '6. . 10 25 y
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a. . . ! k
The undersigned Veep on hand alar assortraect,
S ATTI 1 1ET ii C A S 8 1 M ERE S U ITS.
. For Men and Boy'a wear.. Also, a large stock of
BOOTS AND" SHOES.
Robbe d Cots, Lcgglns & Blankets,
UMBRELLAS ''AND; CARTET;! BAGS,
Gent's ' Fnrnisbing-Goods.
'. l !i Of klndswhich we will sell . .
. !.G HE A- P , F O 1 OA S H
Wp purchased pur o-pods since, the dt:
cline in'tbe'Markets and will sell at lov
figures.5 " ATKINSON & CO.
: 'April lSt.1885,T r30-y
Wlioa!r& Keiail Dealer m Choice
Liquors Wines, Ale, Bear,
n Acnixc, ivciv Yonrt self rc a-
III KG-REAPER. QUAKER BIOTT
ER and BrCK EYE. CCETITA-
tor. . : :"
: itiutxey's reock, '
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; u Hfflin Street. B'rownville !
;. Jfay, nth lo If nn , i ' .,-
JJcctlnV, cif School . I1"
-Notice iiberebyiveh that the fcc.anl of Scholl
Exftcoiners of NeiDia Jaunty, cDra?n, w.i...... ,
jDeetirgs forLhe JTxamination J Tcachere for
aid County, at the office fof h..Y . Thomas,
in BrowDi!l5orfthe 1st Saturday i every moijtb,
between the hours of ore and 3 P. V Applicants
ferceruneatesare required be present at one
o'clock. pfec'uely!br they H not be exawipea.
No peraoa peed ikfrlT at aiy other tirae.
- Cy ecajr oah' Horcl, r .; -i i
, : ; CIJAIILE3 G, ..DOJIBEY .
ATT 0 RITE Y AT LAW
2?exi Door to Carson's' Bank.
- MAIN STREET ...
TIPTON & HEWETT,
Slttorncji0 at a&,
BROWNVILLE. NEBRASKA. . '
March let, '68.- ly.--- ,
. . ; JAMES MEDFOUD, ; ,0
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v ' Corner 2nd and Main Streets,
' ; BROWN VILLE: ''
Is prepared to do all kinds of wprk in his line on
hort notice and reasonable terms. ' " 'l-qm
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: OYSTER SALOON:'
WILLIAM ROSSELL J
takes this method of informing the public that be
has just opened, on Main street, between 1 st and 2nd,
a Restaurant and Oyster . Saloon.
'.Alo,iCoj?fectiouaries, Canned; Fruit, Dried
Fruit. Soiees of nil kinds. Tea. Coffee. Suear
Tobacco, Potatoes, wet Petatoes and everything
usnally kept in a retain grocery .store. , -, -.
ETAIEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS.JEI .
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PhotofrraDh 1 Gallerr. For pood
pictures. Photographs or f Ambrotypes.
call at A- & M. Stafford's Rocros above
the Post Office. We are prepared to do
the best of work in tne shortest possible
tirne, and on as reasonable terms as any
in the West. ; Give us a call. iLxanime
our work. We insure satisfaction.
We take all sorts of pictures, 1
' Of every style of faces, -Both
Photographs and Ambrqtypei,
In plain or fancy cases.
- A. & M. STAFFORD.
A Good Feed and LlTcry StaftlQ
. ; -c,i . ) ; . . .:.-:-Ai
In connection with the House. . : "''
1 , 0, R0BN.S0Nv proprietor:
Front Street, between JVIajn and Water,
May, 30th lS66.f 1036 Ijf : ' ,i;
GE0;--A;1UUiNC1S & COS
39Varietieaj with Putent.BAe.P :Tnuto or
' bub Uasb. . ' 1 J l'"
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JKiTSchool Organs and Melod eons.
Eicgrant RoseiToocT,4-walnut or
, . , 01a; Cases." r . i
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. vVo Charge for Boxing or Shipping.- :
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AIT ILLUSTRATED CAT AZi'6 OtJE, con
taining a ftril description of stjle. and tesUnioniats of
the most eminent Musicians, as to the superior pxcel
tence of onr instruments can fce'st en at U4s Offlce
-. viMdd.i,.!' .r ;!;.- i "
.. rTirv .TTT TTTT T. J?.!"! .t'
. c- u j ' a l . ..ii n.'a-tt.Aios
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DEALER IN .
Pcu,' IS 'em all a County, Eebras'tta
lias jusl received a iarge and well selected 5tfk
of DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, VAli-
mSHrDYE STUFF, BRUSHES,
- ! SPOdES. FANCY AND
', , .TOILET ..ARTICLES, .
And every tUing commonly kept in-a ., ' ' M:
f First Class : Drug Store
! Cpstooiers will find bis Stoclt eomplte,wbich be;
ffer for CASU at the very lowest market pricts
Physicistia Prescriptions Compounded with tha
utmost care at all bmiri. s" j
n-.JaneSm 186$ 3,9 3 f i , .
WASTED I Agent?; Male and Female; aVfli to
per month, to loll the celebrated j
J Conimo Sen$e Familjf Srtoing RlAckini i" t
p t - f ". lrIQI3 18.O0 ; , ', V . r
This Machine will do all kinds of vrork equal to
tb hiph nriccd Machino.. and is tne only practfo?
I and reliable Cheap Sewlog Machjia"la trhe world
; Addws- uv '''ii v.' l '.::!( jj ' ' '
. via .rf-ii t Jff
SECVMC CfiegOt t or vie-eopa, v.
iJ Prtriftf pal UC5cs,So. 2 Cuetcmi Hos flioe Cigc-
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EW SCHOOL LAW, :,
s SCHOOL BOUSE IIEHPT TKOM SALE OH
38. Every lot or parcel of land
which heretofore has been, or bereaft r
shall be. appropriated for' the; use of
comrnon ; hools in tnia territory; on
which there has been or .-hall be a school
house erectd, ai d . which has been or
shall be .occupied for the purpbse of ac
commodating a common sphool' of what
ever grade, in the "usual manner,, from
timer to time, howsoever nr by whomso
ever the legal title to the same may be
held and vested, shall be and the same is
herebyVxernpt from sale on any execu
tionor other writ or prder'in the nature
of an execution.' . ! i ; ' ' '
' "APPOINTMENT OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS, i
39. Ifshall be the'' duty of the
"county commissioners in the several coun
ties of. this territory, to appoint a compe
tent person resident in the, coujaty, school.
examiner, vvno snail noia ais oriice tor
the term of two years', and until hia Suc
cessor it appointed, and in case a vacan
cy occurs in the office of such schools ex.
aminer by a refusal to- Ber?e, or other
wise, it shall be filled, by . like . appoint
ment by such board f county commis
sioners., 1 40! Itballbe the duty of aqch
schooK examiner to furnish each- person
examined.. by. i him and ; found qualified,
with a certificate of good moral charac
Lter, a"ndvthat' she or he is qualified :,to
ituuu ui uiugiajjuy, icuuiug, 'wiiiiug, ar
ithmetic", gebfirraphy; and Ehglfsh gram-
cber. B.nd in case such' person intends to
teach jo -any cuunnou school,. of .higher
a i a a .
rape. he or sne snail nrst octajn a cer
tificate of the "requisite qualifications in
addition to "the branches aforesaid : Pro
vided That'each person so applying for
a certificate shall pay to the examiner a
fee.of one dollar, which fee shallbe his
compensation for making such examin
ation, and no' certificate of qualification
shall be vailed in any "county, except
that in which the examination took place,
nor for a longer period than two! years I
and if at any time the receipt of, the cer
tificate shall be found incompetent', or
negligent, the examiner may rerokethe
game, and tequire such teacher to be dis
missedT7ufsunie'd('ershaTrjnBnny lied jo receive payment for services only
up to the time of such dismissal ; "!' J
, .41. The said examiner shall keep
a record of his proceedings nbtiDg4 lhe
number and date of eaclr certificate, giv
en, to whom-, and for what term" of time,
and for what branches of study. ;Jt 'shall
be the duty of the crammer to visit each
school district in his coiimv at' least once
in' each yearj' counseling with schbol,ofli ,t
cere, visiting schools, and doing all that
he can". to best advance .Lhe. interests of
schools in. histuiy., and t to make, ah-ar
nual report,, tji r,btfore ihe'fifih day. cf
Ni veniber 10 each' yipa'r, to th'e'i' rriturial
auditor'; atid 'six'xti- xkv.tr-r f,t!' te en-mlt-d
t rec ivf ih,- MiiVi' hi ".Uvu j d hilars
foe tacJhJdi.cvi-aniy vex ci ih offi
cial service ai .h-eru-ii ptt.v uiec!, b--
paid out pt liiK coini'V trtiiry C rt th.c-fikr-
aer oi ine cjuniy ner. ncn ui'- Loutiiy
tll'rk rKrn'y require Hh'e acc-ih'ts 'when pre-le-weill
to be-subitdm.iiaied-uy .aih,:whi-
path-said derkay adiuimstervtand file
an hia office. . ".,,. -. !
-;:jT i TEKRITORIAL AUDITOR.
;.,;42. ..The book? and. papers; of the
territorial auditor relating to the -school
department shall be kept at the seat of
government," where a' suitable' office shall
be furnished by Hhe territory',' at which
he -shall give attendance,! when not ab
sent on, public: business., . ti ""
43. As soon s the revenue, to be
raised as hereinafter provided; ' Jot the
purpose- of fumishif the common schools
with libraries and apparatus : will admit,
it shall be the duty Lof the said auditor to
purchase the same, and 'the books, and ap
paratus so purchased shall be distributed,"
through the cferk's ofiice of each'county,
la the board of education in each precinct.
city or incorporated, village, According, to
the enumeration, of scholars.
4C "He shall 'ajf.su exercise suet sh-'-I
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pervisionTer the 1 educational ' funds of
the Xerfitffry'as'niaytte necessary, to ,Mse4
cure; their.-safety,- and r right:. applicajron
and, distribution according, jtaj law.'l. fie
thall Lave power ,to require of coHnty
clerks, precinpt boards of education, or
other lotal' school t fiicer. derks. and
treasurers of precincts', county treasurers
and clerks .recorders, and , treasurers of
citie? and villages, copies of, -all reports!
by them required to be made, and all
suehbiher Information in relation to the
funfjs and condition of 'schools, and the
management thereof, as he 'may deem
importapt, :.B . ;. . u .:J -S'
. 45. . He ahall prescribe suitable formsj
apd regulations formaktpg all reports
and conducting al necessary proceedings
inder this chapter, ancl shall csus'e . the
same, wh such instructions as he' shall
deem necessary and proper for the organ
ization and government, of schools,' to be
transmitted to the local school officers',
who ' shall ' le governed in accordance
therewith. - ' ;
46- It-shall be-tbe duty of said au
ditor to rxakeat. -annual, report in each
apd every ryear.Jta the jegsilaiijie. assem
bly i who shall cause the same to be pup
lishedV ':' 'l : ' '"' - V
' 47.' The territoriaF auditor, in' the
Annual report of-his-labor and observa
tions eha 1 1 present a .statement of the
conjtjori.apd.atho.irji , all. uuji-ahd
rrorjeriv arcroDrnted .to th r)nrn(wpt,4J
education ; asuterneni on
private or select schoolj in the tnt,. y,
so far as' the same can be ascrtamed.
and the "number of scholars, a'l.-ndin
such schools, 'heir sex. and the branches
taught ; a'stateraent of , the ' tu nber of
scholars attending such schools, uieir sex,
and the branches taught; a stai-ineut of
lhe number of tenchers. ' iostiUl and
lhe number of teachers attexidirxjL'.-them ;4
a statement -of th esiitnate and accounts
of the expenditures of the publi- cvmi
fund of every description ;. astat. i-ft (ti
plans for the management and" improve
ment of common schools jf'anil sbthef
information relative to the dujtrnona!
interests-of the rerritory-as he raiy think
of importance. ... . ; : . ' -
TEKEIT0SIAL SCIfOOL fUf D.
43. For the purpose of aifofding
tht advantage of a free education to all
the white youth of this territory,' the ter
ritorial cqipmon school fund shali hereaf
ter consist xf such sum as will be' produced
by the 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, "levied
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 amcqnt so lev
ied anaassessed .shall be collected in
the same manner as other territorial ta'xes,
and when collected, shall be semi annu
ally distributed to the several organised
counties of the territory, in proportion to
the enumeration of: scholars and-be ap
plied exclusively to the rupport of icom-
Lmon schools : Provided, That all colored
persons shallJie axempt from taxation
tor school purposes.
" 59. ' Ail fines4 assesseof forareacb
of the peuaj as of the territory and all
forfeitures which may apcruet al lands'
and other estates which shall .escijgit to
the territory for the. want of heirs or kin
dred entitled to ' the'inheritancey all lands
which have been or may hereafter,. b5
granted-to ihe territorj when' no special
purpose is .expressed in the grant, and
all unclaimed ,iees, as provided by law,
shall be denominated school .funds,' the
incorae'of which, tojrether with the taxes
mentioned and specified' m'' this chapte.-J
shall be applied to the support of common
schools; in. the-several counties where
collected ; and it shall be the duty of 'all
clerks of the distrtct courts, at the, close
orev-ery-re r nrra er eurri o report - d"rne
coiin'y treasurer and coti'jtjrclerk'tjf the
county iii which the! court ahafl be held
a statement of the amount of all fines im
posed dqring.said term of court, which
are by law appropriated to the support of
schools and it-shall be the duty of all
justices of the' peace, " or :p,ther 1 magis
trates, to report nreiiatelj to the coiu
ly clerk arjci county; treasurer, upon im
posing; fines which are by law appropria
ted for school purposes, the amount of
said lines, and tne names urine person
or persons against whom the fines Were
osseijecj : and ihe clerks qt .the -districr
nijf!iilt-iv uno.i liie 'Collection of anV S.ti'i'
t - ... - " , j..
'J - -
-. .ay or caue tne.u( to ue...aia '1'
treasury of the county ina Wuica5 '
- were inoied". l'-" . .
50. The-'debts whicrt' have
tieretotore c-ihtt acted by any school
trict for school purposetsjVhall ' b(j p
aei ior py Mie estimates or' tne - p
sciiooi boards created under tne provis
ions of thi chapter. ' '.
51. The prbcsia, in oil suits against
any precinct board of education or other
local officer, having charge of any of 'tiie
public schools under the provision of.this
chapter, shaU be by sumraons.'and shall
be executed by leaving a;copy 'therejf
with the tier lr or secretary' of such board
or other school officer, at least; ten dayV
before the return day thereof. ' And any
sujt, either in favor of or against, any
such board or other school - ofacer, stall
be prosecuted or defended, -as the .''case
may be, by- the-prosecuting attorney of
the proper county, as a part of his official
55. ' , The, local board 'cf education,
pr other Tocaofiicers. having charge pf
schools in any city,' bre'einct i'o'rVvillaee.'
in .which comrnpn schools have been or-
ganizeq unuer.- any sreciai act, snail oe
and( are".. hereby ' authorized', , whenever
1 he y ri a y d e e m :-r fi i 1 e : x p e d i e nt,' 9, c a 1 r a
... . .. a.C .a inn url rt. m m n .
a'ucii'city, precinct vr yiliag, qu giving"
thirty days'puphc police thereof, tbde
teriiiiue by" yute wo'ethej "thtominon
chpol3 of such ciiy, precinct or village
slmill)e conducted and managed in ac-
cordance wuh ihe provision.ot this Chap-
ter ; and it a majority ot tne voters are
found to tie in favor of the change, '.then
said jocal board or other school officers"
shall thereafter proceed jn accordance
with the provision of- this-chapter, until j
tnvirjsucce&sors snair be elected and qual
ified, and suchwclty. or village may pfc
yide, by, ordinance for the election or ap
pojotment of 'a hoard of . edujratioa,- pres
cribing their nuih1)'er 'ani ter'oi. af oilice ;
and. such board when so'elected or:. apt
pointed and qualified, shall, together
w'ith the clerk cr recorder "of such 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 ednthtifln itrprecincta. : fc
; .53., ..The re-pective precinct boards
o-education."and th;ir successors1 id otn
ce, shall have power tcMalw and hold in
'trust turtle use and benefit tif any cen
tral ht high school or subdijtrrct -school
hi the precinct, any gram i cr "devise of
ianq nuq. uanation or bqut oinaoney or
; nther npr.r! nrimtm i.iK nnnimrf k
board to the mioiecacf .ead Pippin
ot any such scnool or scnools according
to the intention of the grant or donation.
- 6 5.- " yhen n) suhdistrict exists, the
qualified voters of j the. eleo ioniFrecinct
shall elect a board of education, consist-
in? of three citizens, on the same day
and in the same manner as provided in
section two of this chapter for the elect
Ion .of school.directora .of 'sutdistricts.
and said bqard sljall have all lhe power
and perfcfrri.aU the dutis both of the
board or edocation.ana tne ooara ot ai
re,.iors,'untir three subdistricts art organ
ized ; artl the-' said board - ot education
shall, whenever they may deem i: neces
sary,. esublish.subdistritts, : which shall
be organized according to. the provisions
of this chapter. , , . , ,
EDtTCATION OT TIIE PEAT AND DUMB AND
, "' . TUC BLtNb. 1 "J . "
55. The'gdvernor of the terrritory
of Nebraska is hereby authorized and re
quired to make an arrangement and en
ter into a contract .with the propar 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,- batween
the ages of twelve and twenty -yetrsV'to
the asylums or schools, of such state . or.
states, erected and established .for the
education of these' classes, upon such
terms as may seerri to him just 7 " ' '
:' 56. Any applicati6Q to the govern
or for the. relief of any such child, shall
be accompajned by a certificate, signed
by the county Commissioners' cf te pqqn
ty wherein uch shild ' may Teside; Cr
tifying that such child is an actual resi
dent of said, county, and that csaid child
is entitled to the benefit. of the-provisions
of this subdivision, and that the parents
or guaruian oi suca snwa ars uaauie in
defray 'the expenses incident to the ed
ucation of spch 'child, i which "certijcate
shall be filed in the ofce ojfi'ih) tsrVita
rial auditor. . ,:;'ti ... - , i;
..-,57., .Upon receiving a ceftiacate "of
the county co'miniisioners of any county,
that a child is entitled to relief under the
provisions of this subdivision, if shall be
the duty, of. the ffovenor to prcvida transi
portation.for.snch child, to some asylum
or, school jfor ihe education of.such child,
as'porvfded in tjis su;diiris;onVqnd to see
that such child is provided with clothing
and such other' article? as may be neces(
s,ary, .cr.reouired by ihe rules and regula
tions of .th asylum -or - school -nu which
such child may be sentv' '
58. r- All expensed incurred unrler
the provrsions of thj subdivision shall be
paid out of ;the .territorial -trea4ary on
the warrants cf the territorial, auditor ;
Provided i That before any claim for such
n.xpeuse shall, be allowed by the auditor,
such account or claim, shall be approved
and certified as correct and just by the
governor. t, ...... ..... , - ... ...
- 59. It shall be lhe duty of the gov
eruor to submit a repot t to each, regular
session of the legislature, of the number
-I of such childern, of each kind separately
who nave, received relief , under, the, pro-
visions of. this subJivisipn and also to
. , L-.L- L It--"'
:i ; J r.T-.r-.- -?w."T-n ry"
' ..1 : -V .
. l' - $ Pi'i iirshttU ba the duty of the ter-
j rn -ii i,i-itor to-,fuiuih-,a r report-at
,'fc....'i r-j.l.l. a.'.mn j,r. lha . uffi.HtttPii
ivni ii.u i in nr cnn i. npv nun nfn
JOHNSON IN ST-LOUIS. '
St. Louis, September 9. ,A cjnnpli-'
mentary banquet was given lastnighat
the Southern Hotel', to President j John
son and his "t Cabinet, General Grant,
Admiral Farragiu, 'ahdMh'.'diploniaticf
corps. . Soon alter being seated a large
crowd collected' on VValnul street, and
caile'd " lustily '" for the President. He
answered their sumaions ; by '.appearing
on the portico, and ' delivered the followr
iDg address;" ,'" ''; '' v
. r ELL0W piTLZZNS Cf ot. L0uisi In
being introduced to .you to
not fdr the purpose of makinz a speech
It is true.' 1 am proud to meet 'so many
of my tellow-ciuzens here ;orjthi;occ-.
sion and underthe "faybfabfe -circumstances
thai'I 'do.1 Cry-;HoW! ahout
uuV British 'subjeVts?' ' "WeWii j attend
uTJuhn-. Bull after ' a while; so' far as
to tdader .niy .uofdiaUthack fcrthe' wel
eoine that' you hae given -to roe.,.ixycur;
iii.dat, A joice rteo. 'thctj3and4 weir
cymes.' Hurtahs'and. cheeks. Ttank
you. sir.'1 1 wish it was in my power to
address' youundef favornblecircDmstah
cei,;upou some cf tbe:q,jestic;n.i that'ag
uate and dwirsn the public mind ques
tions, wnith. have grown jout ..of-ajfiery
ordeal7hat we bay e jast passfd through,
ana wnichj I think, as important as this
we have j'ust paraed hy. Thk time '.has
com wlaeo n seems lo rae that all ought
to be prepared tur. peace, . the rebellion
being surpressed, and. the shedding cf
.blood being stepped, the sacrifice of life
beipg.suapeuded: nnd -staj'ed,; it ieem's
that. tae time has arrived, when we should
have; peaces when too 'bleediojj arteries
Mpuid be tied upqA'oice,,.,New Ur-
h Lk; ".I IuVKans .t ...... I 1 .
j vwj.a ii pu uau a wyru or iwu i
vortne aubject of New Orleans you '.might
jjnUers a..Kl : more ? about it tbaojyou dd,
IUugijier aud xheer.l it you syill irb
click,. cr) for .ewarJ, .if -you will gij
uacK ana, ascertain the ouuse. of.-, the riot
i Orla n. ;..?
bee.u iVt,;irl ' hJav, froin the cmn.nencemerTr l;Mre, and you have provoked
dH; VM. J ,h:e,n.n.e 'inc.irr-il '.inflr t(pieslld0S O.f . thii kind though It dOOS D0t
TQvlH tU;jryvHns of this subdivision, j te..Ili tell you a fewwhoU
roper J . r - ' - - - iwimujai:juai- uarw. j oy i-:a
'i i :: ii it i i n
ihaCis ccbrerned. LLaughier. and loud
ItefsVj"' haVejosi Vtatetf. that I - ap
uot here1 for the pUfpose cf xi a
.Vw.Orieaw, perhaps ,-foTi would not jaodeliLdefeff apd broujljt6 Him beforti
be sootnpt in calling cuV;N'ew Or- YbnUu$ Pil.ite; ' an 1 ' prersfrei charres
leaiis. ' If you ivill-tatfe "up the riVfVaif aJ-condemneJan'J - j c I imi fi-.. ;t i K n
I "urce, cr-to its.-lrnm'cfite it rp, lymt . -'. ,;; XwhJcJr.fit k'I
will fiad out wha.is re p oastble fcr the
blood that-yas sh-d:ihe-Tf. Then if yaa
will take up ihe 'riot-at -"New Orlasas,
and trace it back-to tbe Uadicnl Coc jrsis
f great'eheeriug. 'Oil cf:? cf blj,l
will "find' that thejii6l'al'"New Otlsizi
was substantially phtoad by Cosr",
If you wUl .taJ" i:3'.Ii;s;rjoccedir;:ri3
their caucusia-syou v?ili uedcrxttti thtl
they then knew cbser that a Ccaysn
tion waslio, li'cailgd.which was exticct,
by its powiJiaving expired ; tilt it
was 8sid,-andIthe iaientiaa wis, that ft
new' Uovefntalnl was 'to be cr-sixsl,
and in the organization of thxt Gavsra"
raent-th intention "wa'iTlo efrischij
one portion cf ppsalation, cxllfi tSi
coloyd .nonulation. who ,hd just ittzi
r,.. . . - .
leans. Tconfusionl you ouht ti) nsdl
stand Wbat you arelalkin about Vhn
you readlthe'ipeeches that were cait,
or take up the-lacts on Friday and "Sit;
urday befoyi'lhst ConveVtion sat, jq
will think htt speeches were made in?
cenury"in;iRcircharact5r, excitics thai
portion5 of h'e pVpsiUudalthi "Elisk pop?
ulationr-to arm' thetnselTei and prspatj
for,' "the. shedding. cf-llooJ.'-Avoicej
"tliat's so.T and cheers. : Voa wpl !
fiud that that- Conveniioa c dil : ausraUs
in violation of law, and the iatei'Jan c
that ConveuVida'was" . t''iupercjs &
recognized authcritieji iri' te S:ata Gi;
eminent of Louisiana, which hiX bes'a
reorganised by the - Goversrsst -tf tha
Unl t e 4 , S tat e , and ,e re.ry b xn r? j a je 1
in 'that rebellion' in that Coare;;fjca with
th'e fntehtion 'of '.s-JpSrceedinj' 'iJ ui
turnin'g'the civil governrnVct w' hii
been recognized by the Government of
the United States, I siy h8:wa?? a t-or-
te the Conjtitutioa cf the Laitci
States, Jchei'ri; and hews pa llad thai
anotner rebellion wai cocaaeassiiavic j
its crigia in the Radical VCcht ess. t
These i pea were to. go' Ih'sreVV A gov?
ernment was lo be organized, -and the
one in exiitence'ia Louiiiaaa; ?ai to is
suapended, set aside aad cvef thrawa.
You may tal k to me about New Orleans,
and then the question waiV; V;iao u
when they had established their GoverS
menta Question of political p 'or wer
wljich. cf the Goverqrn'en.ts vf!1?. t:t
ognized. ' A new Government, 4r.ay j j?
ated unler' thts'defufibt Confer.;'.. a, i.ni
set tip in, vrilatipfj. of laVt wiihout fc
will of th ' e ,)le. Tiien,v.thea ther
had pstablishe'i their ; Gv- r:Yhj oj, aul
Extended universal, ;qc ' wi4rtil frio
chise as they ca!hdf-':o- th ?jjore4
population, theo ' it3 . Hiiic;.irtCJijireif
n-ai to determine that -.a iGaYernctts!
established on negro tstes wu54(3be :hj
Government .of,'.. Louisiana. V.5jce!-y
tNever," and cheers,- sad hurrsh f?
Andy..' ; So 'm'uch'orineNdVQrleaas
rior, and thereVwas."-.the'. iC4ii ,aid tha
origin of the blood thas" was-'shed, an i
every drop' of blood thaijwaVshVd Is upon
their skirts, and they are rejpcrjjftle fgf
it, Cheers-J'.'I could ' r.A5''ihu thioj
ajntie closer, but I ' win nat tf sjt bar
to-night ; : but.' when'yW tslk icbout Na?
Orleaiis,and 'ulkabo.'f-i'-p?iJs and
consequences that rerjltei-fromoceei-jngVoi.
that UyudyvQPirtoifar beca
lical Congress..;- Chsers.J 4In coa.
lion with New , Oi bans . "aci ,the er
tention of the elective franchis3 ,i Knoar
that'I haye been'trlducH'; stVissi,
I know it has ' come jaVdyaoce of qs
here,-as it has-ehewhere that I have
atjenipted b exercise anarbitrary power
in resisting law uav, were ntenlei ii
be fcjn:eduponjhe Government, 'cheers
and' cries of ,,h"earTr'Yes, that I h4
exercised thevetof powsr ("""ChUy fo
o"3'.'.la1 1 l&:tyvfc?V.'$h part
thatelected mek and tfiatfiI it Ail
6r"fcHeersT because F exercised tia vau
emancipated, .nud at the same tims n Cif
franchisSr whito pen- Grant cheerirj.J
When you begin tiMalic 'about New Or:
to night, 'It Jisj power in atieinpting'to' and ''did1 arrest
kinz a'speechl ifojr a tithe,a;bill that Was "CsUii'a-Freed
tftaq! Bureso :I3jll.jCieri. - Yes.
that I was a- traitor ;f-and ii .have beea
I traduced, 1 have beert slandered, I1;st?
bean maligned, I ha.ve been called
lscariot,-andalli'that; Llhr,"tr com
tiymen, here to night it is very Jessy t.
indulge iiv.epithersr -Iv. iiiTsry easy t
eal ajnan Ju Jis.and cry cat.tpcor, but
whed he' is callsd upon to gfye arguraeats
andfacts,he ii very often fouaiVsnusg.
Judas Iscarict: ' Judas! TbarV Lis a Ju
das coca, cni. cf :-thetw'elr- Apcstles,
Ob, yes, the twelra Apt?stles hiia Christ
A voice, Cand'a JiIoaeVw-" Great
laughter-l ' The twelve Apostles hd a
Chri5;and He never "cocli Eire bad"
JuJ&s unless 'De'hAd' iwslo:-Ap3stlef
If I have-played the Jud-iswJn tas been
ray. Christ that I bavi played he Ju4ss
wiuh ? Was it Tha'd." Steven )7a it
Wendell Philips T'Vae it Charles Sum
rier f Hissesand -cheeH.j iATB .hfe
tb nen that set up aaiiqiiapar t! t
selves with thf Savror.of.rr-;r,-atsi every
body that differ with theui. in cpinioa,
and that try io iy kod arrest "their dia
boFicarand fifarijus p-rc, iVt ! b de
nounced as a JuJt. -H jcfKfi-i r An
dy'. and;cheers..-Ia?th.ni-ay wheis
there were. twelvr Apostle. :sl whea
there .was a Criri,Vv.h!re.Vh-rVw re Ju
dases. were" ifie'f e 'dnir' :r?- v-'l
While thVre were "JdjAVs"' t1?;T
. vj , J
u:;tellTa; .XVotaUvha-:-k kTkf
groins for letpherVJ lY.ri'iyej, un
believers in Christ m-p- .vh -irsecutel
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