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. JR ATES .OF ADYERTISIir CT. '
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V; S. HOLLADAY, M. D.
rKratlurtSrcI In IS.11,1 -jcalcJ
In Urounvlllc in
r. II i' ",' h in i-x in Jc-le ija.t-
Src: Unltailay & (Vs Drus Store
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,'diVi'rt of .w .men il . liil.lr.Mi. X-41-ljr
Iiiit'' ioorn below Brownvil c IIoue.
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CL S IOM V()IM
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!it:M n.Vi:. ask a.
'k . '"Cfi IF4. H OW cni,TI-
IT tt'M'e.l. ln ti i e,' Wjw rate.
j.i .irneui.e--l4.- B-.l'in nh
; AMERICAN HOUSE.
1 Couii Red and LI very Stable
In c. i.tui'.'K.n i k tbe House.
L : D. BOSIKSOM.' PUorniEfou.
front Strt'e'.-l'iwricn Mniu and Wan r,
sd ward wthomas,
1 ATTOnHEY AT. LAVA
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iSOLfCITDIl IN UllANCKLtV,
fflr c..rnf ..i Slulrt .! Htreem.
J IROWNVILLK. NEBRASKA.
i TvURSH & CO.,
I ll t-Mift to.mihmi Sc ZOOlt.j
Gtiirral .fw.v Agents nuil Slai!nier,
i4it ocicc nitiiiiiii?.
IIKOW.WI l.'l.i-U NhUUASKA
ll b iro ii h in I in I are rn'ni mti v cw-i ii.j;
f'h mi(. I-. ,. Kw.ik. IVrio li alf-. Sti'iciiary.
I 'it-.t.-rj-i a IHmim'j Sih il U .ok: al-" t ! -til -
' i ut. i ;r. I ii -v. n I '!itii." i:lei'i i-.n f
t a i 'Ir i K.-m raiH ,t -hi.-h tliy ir.vi'e tlt
l Yi'i(!i n .f i'i.. rcix n' ..f Nem il' r..iriy. xl
liiey S l fri- Nt'ritn l.. ui m . and f t r
c-"ii i. ...ii nrs -Ii ir- l,h.. ia - " nr'.n i.
A.l. M !i i'l. nlj-ly J.W.ULISS.
AKl) uUU2 liliiMfl,
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v.(KTS AND SI IOI S.
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11 . 11 n on 11 .ti . ' iO-u 'nun
' :atk& i;oi:.skiki:u.
B lire H l .1 y 15 B K
T E R E K S .
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. t,y.- ,.,rv , j .,,Im;,:.1m. M!,i.i'r.
Millinery &' Fanny Goods
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l'k ,,f ''er (i-K.d
fcrrrythin-' in ih !;n;...r i;..
le-"UnI ob h
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uid. Dresi-iluVicg, Bonnet
iiwrsViM'r d,,nc 1 Vi1?:.'
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c abTn IrfXK? r
Corner ' -...i J-T
wnnv I.l.p .t
t.H notice ,0.1,04,,.;,,- l bjiM or
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k'w.and behere. h.m.ir Mu.lifitJ t., cure by the
K.l;i i. Al fc'V! t Bf b
., ,,"'" avibuhb, s-exweeo nh m Sib it.
W-tr io;UM S' Between 1st k 2dJ
I? r i n a a n u o . -g. ,:::. r...
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noiisc-SIgjn V Ornamental
(lltzier, fiiMer, Krainer,
P ApER HANGER etc.
All work donein t workman
. like manner, and on Btricklj
BICIUBD F; C ARRET, ! 1
LAND WARRANTS & LAND SCRIPT,
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PtrioHuhitttMlioH give to milling Location.
Oae in J. L. Carons Banking House.
x-U ly fr-nn
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. jc se.p ii;.; shut z
II;i jut 4-eceivi-d mid will constantly keep m
I. in.t h Mr,re and well selected 8 tot k ol genuine ar-
jileyi,i line. , , r . i
One Door treat of Grant s Store, brovrn
ot Cl.xks- Wttthenan't Jewelry 4neontbe ab"r-
WORK WARRANTKD. '
Brovnvnle. Ken.. March lifh 1866. . JO 2S iy'
C. F. STEWRT. M- B.
?ou'h Eit corner of Mam ant Mr rrtiii
II R O X 1 1 M-E, X En H A 8 Ii A .
OFriCB IIol KS-7 t.. a. M.aftd I to Z i a ni i.
Jlrowwvil'e. Nebraska. lay 5th. 1SS3- NoT
CHARLES G. DORSEY
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Xni Poor to Carson l Bnnk. ' '
13ro wn vil J o 3MotoCOP
T W. Tipton O lUlewelt-. Jr.TJiurch
TIPTOMi HEVETT & CKUFCH.
attorn ci5 at auj;
" BitOU NVILLE NEBRASKA.
' Alarrh 1rT '(. ly. '. .
i i f: restaurant -OYSTEHiSALOON.
lait atrfCt.LclW en IrtBnoZna.
a Restaurant and Oyster Braocn.
n.. n..f.: : i' A Kruit. Dried
I"'!) 'lll.l B"i " I 1 tJ C" a
Tobait.. r..tatoe!..,wei lotaUcff Snd eterji D"g
uinHjr kepi in a n taia gioeciy atrae.
3r.IUAl.S SEKVF.il AT ALL HODRS A3
Wholesale &rl!ctiiil Dealer in Choice
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Liquorsfwines Ale, Bear
1 1 a c: 1 1 1 k: W r t v y o it U s r l - F U -
nna nicrt KE ctL'V1VA"
TtUr v.j i 1 . i .4 i' - i 4!
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1 ' MairVSfct.Brownrille
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TAT la M;,
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MV STIlK ET, lirOWNV'IlE: KEIRAKA
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BROWNVlLEE,;-NEimASKA,;; TRYt DECEMBER
lOovctiir ji '
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Fnin the w P- er Second eriw.j r
(lid itfVef rc h rfpl.i, all whiiea'n' atTll '-"
I'r I 3 U ipn 1m k i-r lii-tri. . . v .'id
it i rl.it e n' ir w i r C Id an' bill,
All ilr tire W all glirien.' ' "
Zekle 'nj ui' wi lilrf ten
; 'Vid ii iUb' the winder. . :
An'thut m i Huldj all al- t;e, ,
"i'ltb to ti iKl blLdrr. 1 ! M
: ;i; '!.- ji j. ' -rt '
A frrr.Ure filled thn ro. mV one fid f
With blf inml ii w.mj.1 In ' '
Tlier. Kaiu't no xi.iTe (tell comfort dial)
Tobkje Iob jioddin. -
The tta'rut 4np t-hot ffarkleot J ci
' Toatdr tbe ixH.tirrt. bleKi her.
An' letiU tLituei d i need Jill boutT r;
The tbiii on tb dresier.
Arn the cimbleylTIa7rr,
In' id atnuct eta ru-ted ( 'j '. i
TbaoUqueenV bti 'tliot jrrta'tber B
Fetched back trim ("uncord bailed.
The Terr room. eo ?ho wm in.
Seeuird warm fr.m fl r ti ettiat
An "lie liNkeil lull ! tJ gn
Ei the j.plea ab wbj peoiinV ' '
Twai kin o' kingdom-entne to look "
On Vch bles-ed erotur,
A dojfto.' bfuhin in a bn.ok .
Aiu'l iuodester uorawecter. ,
Ho n in'x f'o a toil, A, I. !
C ca grit an?Jiiiaft ia .na'ur; '
; X.,ne rould",t quicker iit'-h ton
j , JSor drur funr atraihter. : ,. :,
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He'd arrked it with - fiall twentj jftd. ;-
He'd aouired dneed 'ui.'drer 'tm,;' '
Futlbioae, an'ilienrhit.by ili -All
if(bB couldn't lor 'em. ' '"'
; ' 1. : v .. i, .Sim. Js,.'-'.
But lonro her bt r-in .mil ,'! J
ll criiicklt, like eurled loaple, '
. Tbe tide he brenhed felt full o'aai '"'
Et aoutb aloj is AplI a " '
M .: ( ? U'
She thotakhtBA w'ipe" "btd iecb a i wing ..
Fa tuc-n in tbe i-bnir ' ' ;'
11 j ! when hi nad Ole II Drei rij,
Sbe Z-iarf tbe l.ru Wa niher. u '
An' fbe blushed scarlit. right in Jr jer ' '
. When ber ntw mee'in'bunnet '"
Felt wiif-hnw .brM it -r; b a' V,f ''r' 1
: 0' bins 4 jcei,t Boa it. ' ''"
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TV n ! T t "I t, " fok I4hi ,-1
, Kbe .e med lo're gut ntw l. ... .
rorfr.u Ui'"rt.n ure btJcuy
Down to her rerj ihoe a-jle.
She beertd afoot aa. Vnowed it tu,
- A-ra-pin'ou thaiwrper
AH way to once her e.in flew .
Like jrk ou burat-ap )per. .
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" Some dout.tflrtw the ekle,
Ili! heart Veep gMn piy-iat.
but hum weal pity Zjkle.
An yit abegin hereheer ajerk
Aa though hbe w.-he.l him furder, ,.
An'on ber apple; kecp'rn work, . .. .
rriu way like tourdor. ..
"Yob waet to we my I'a, I 'p !"
'"Willi.. .-: I eoine H.isinin -"Tu
i-ee my Mu ! She ia aiinnklitr. cWoa i
Agin io-inorrers i'tiiu"." ....
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To ay wby gal- ae'ii to !tid ro , p
Ur iln'i vtild bn prelum in'; ,
Mvl-by luruan yea au'xay ho , ,. .. ,
Conic tiaterai to w. tnun.
t atood a fp-ll on one f ot f ist, . '.:
Then Mm da i ell on t'otW.
An which i-nehcWi.the uit ' f
He c. uldu'i hii' told ye ' uuiher.' .-
SajaVe. "I'd 11 ter rail agin
aa be,-l hink likely, Alixter."
Tin t lust wrk pricked hiic like a pin,
r An-. wa),bt an' kUlbar. i
When Ma bimeby upon 'ein8lip8r ;. ,,.,.'!
Iluldy oa puie i i bIi.-,;.j :-; ,
All Mu' o' nui;ey n uu'.the lip,. : . . , .:
Au' leary ruuu tbe liuhoa, -1 .; , n .
: " " t i. ii " I'.o --..v
For fl way je the qniet kind,
Vb imtur neer.vrf . ,
. Like trenuu.' th.t keep a Suitm r iiiiui
tSiivwbid m Jcuovry, ,." i , , T: j. ,
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Tl e l.loi d einal run hr he-nrt felt gluel
Too tight :r all ax rei-ia''7, '
' Tell ntother mb hw m?iu t tei '
An' gin 'eui boiu. ber b'.iu .
-Then ber red ci me back like the tid3 '
-Uti tott.e li.,yo'Faui.
Au'atl I fcn.iw it!ie wui vriel
i ' It. in t-tiii' ciin U' x" Sun lay.
rmldcnrh Message on Reconslruc-
Ftlhxs citizens of ihe Senate and House
of KtiTtsn iaUvesofihe ZWh congress:
At'er a Inet, interval the Congress cf
the Uiud Staiei-ietmes its annual leg-
lative labors. An 'all. wise and merci-
lut Plovidei.ee 1 as wlattd the' -pestilence
winch visited our shores, leaving it
!nmious. traces oti Mme portions of-our.
Peace, order, tranquility and civil
thoniy have, been formally declarea to
extet throughout the whole of the United
Slates. In all i.f the States civil author
ity has superceded the coercion of arms
and tlif people, by their voluntary action,
are maintaining iheir Governments in
lull aciivity and complete operation
The enfoiceineiit of the laws is no longer
cbstlwctfd in ai.v State Jv m 11 buaiion?
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urn powerful to be suppressed by ihe or;
dmary course of judicial proceedings, and
the ammonite engendered )$ . the war
are rapidly yielditig 10 the' benificeni . in-
fluences of our ; free vsiK.utions,
the kindly MTetts ot restiicted social anc
toration cf fraternal feeling nuub; the ;
earnest" wish of;.ettfyVr,X,1:.h,,,rl';l
aad-we will have accompli?hed one on
tbe. pribdtst'uaiwDaJ acbJereineptbeD;
forge tticg ih9 cad.tTeBt3 cf ?Jsl
ON E ; A N P;-. IN S E P. Ti R A B L
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rem-ntbenr)ff only their instructive, les
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yens we resume our onward career as a
. ' , ..; , ' V.y . .....it. . : w.- lix-t. it.
free, prosperous and uniiea, people. ( ;
IaniT mefsaire of December 4. J 865
Con ere? s was informed of ine measures
which rad been mstiiutt-a y the h.xecu-
1.1 ".U il . ' , -
live with n view to ine gradmtJ reMora
tion .of Stsvte which ihe insnrrec
iwu occurred,. to ihe tr rejasjnns, w hh the
General (iovrimpjit. . Provit ional Gov
ernors have , been appointed convention
called. Governors ,,e'Clt:.d Le2islp.nres
assembled, and Seixa'or and RprBen
. ' . . I " " 4 ti. .. i
taiive ,cbofa to ;ihy, ,C t press, of. the
Lrni'td biaies. Court," Lave t-eeo nen
ed ftr ihe enforcement .of law? lot iff id
i ... . .1 . . : :...; , L"-- ..ik, .7 ;
at eyance. . The bl ckqde Lad l eeti re
niovetl, custom' hoti.f re-er'abliobed, and
the internal revenue laws put in force, in
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order lhat ihe people inichl contribute to
the national revenue. , .
Posal operations had' been. renewed.
ana tuoris were uemg mnue to restore
ihem to their former condition of efhcien
iv. The Stale? themselves ha'd been
arked to lake part in the high functions
of amending ibe Conr-tituMun. and cf thu
saiicnnw.' the exiiuc'iun of African Ia
very as onW v the legitimate reohs of
our intestine Mruple.' IJa vir.' 'p'rogres
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j-e'J thus ft r. the Executive Department
found that il had accomplished nea
that was withiii a'icdpe'of !taconsiilu
tional Vuthoriiy-'7 ': '' -'?2r1 ;' .' ;
One ihinr, hovveter,. was yet tobe:!dohe
before the work of Yeiolatidn 'could be
completed, and thai' asih'e'adthi.siotr
to Congress of loya ! Se'na?d'r.i'and"Repre-
seniauves ironi idc otaies wno.-e peopi
had'rebelled against the lawful author'
y of the' GeVjerai: Government.' "This
qieVti6n devolved upon the respective
Houes. which, by the' Constitution',' are
made ihe' -judges' ; of the election 'returns
ai.d qjal:ficaiiotiS of their" own members,
ai.d its ' consideration at once 'enjraed
ihe a'teutioD of 'Congress. Iu '.'ther mean
time the Executive Department; ni oth
er plan havt7ig- been proposed by " Con
gress, continued i is efforts to perfect, as
fur as was piitcncabie. the re'oratvon of
ihe proper relations between the cuiz-ns
of the re.pectivi States'' ihe : States in
the fractured ' Goveriitnerit. ex'etwdiligc
trotii time to time', as the ptiblfc'tniehestJ1
teemed to require, the juificiai'.; revel)Urf ;
and postal systems of the country.' With J
the advice and-'cbut'eni of the Senate. I
the1 necessary officer vere ?;appMnted
and' arpiupriatiuns made 'by'?Conjrej
fur the payment of their sfl.iris. :; '
i7The- propoittotru amei d the Federal
Coiitnutiou,: sons to prevent the exis
tence of etavery wnhiu the United Stales:
or any plaie ubject io their juriidlciiuu,
was -fniVfied by -the requisite number of
Slae, and m ihe 18lh -day of DrCti'mbeK'
1665. :t was efficially declared '.u have
beCiHUe V.illd as! 31 prt'l t' .f ; the 'CoUMItUil-
oii of tl.e United States; All of ih'e1
States in nhtch ir.surr cuon imd .existed.'
roiniy ametidad :ttieir;unMituLKns !so
as to tnakeJ'iherii?dtifarrn!' tu the great'
change thu allVcled irti-the ;trgahic. la'
of the land, drclared i-ulLfliid votdall or
dinances and. law's suf sec't-io'ii ;Irefiudi-!
aied all preteixied debts and okitgationV
cfu' ed' tiorUhe revolutionary purpjses of
thd iiHurricti :i 'nod prji -idi, in good
lanh to :he exacuueut of measures j for
the tVro'lecU6rt':and aiuelioratiot bf the
condition of the colored race. Congress,
fiowever. yet hesitated ' to admit any of
these States to representation, an it was
notWiil towards the close of the I eighth
month of the session that ;an , eaceptitui
was made in favor of i Tennessee, by- the
admission of her;Senaior and Represeb-
tatives.- 'lV A .ii hri
L I deem it fubjeciiof profound regret
that Congress h thus far failrd to a
init to i-eats of Semnors'atid -Repie-.ientatives
fn m the othe "fsiat'esV whose
iribabiiants, with tho.e of Tennessee; had
eb'gaged in the rebellion.' Ten Slate.,
more than bne-fdurth" of ihe whole ' cum
ber, rernain without representation. -The
sais of fifty 'members of the House of
Representatives, and of tweniy members
of the Senaterare' yet' vacant not ; by
their own consent, not by a failure (of
eltciiom but" By tbe refural. of Cougress
to accept their creueunais; , ,
Their a dmissif n. VM bliered, would
have accomplices mut h tow id tbe re
newal and s-iieiiKihentng of our relations
At one neople. and rmcve serious cause
for disouteut oaabe part..of :be"inbabi'
tents of thof Statetv" H would hive ac
cordei -with fhelgreat'prjritipal.'n'uncia
i ed in the declaratiorirlof r!Ame r ican i In
dependence,; that no. -people ought to "be
burdened with taxation and yel betdtnied
he'rVgbt'"' represenia'tioa. iIt .would
hare been in consonance with the express
proYisions of the Cocstituuon, VAjirt- fc"
E ;; , N 6 V , A N p! FC U K.YE II
State ha1' hive'at IeaH.pne'Kepresehta
ttve, ,and th?it' no State, 'without' its'cbrW
sent, shall be deprived of 'its 'equal sufT
-1 ''. . ' ""
rae in the bente. Three propositions
were introduced to license to every State,
: 'J' Ah .:r-. i" ' r w'' 'f1 i.
and to the people of every State. ' the
ijih ui renreseniation in eacu rjotise oi
Congress 'and so important was it deem
ed by the framers of the Consti'ution
that ihe equality of, the btates, in the
Sen' teJ, 1 should Ve ' preserved 1 1 thailioi
even by an amendment' r'f the Coifefltu
iion can any State, "tyitbo'iit ili1 consent.
b denied a Voice in lhat 'branch 65 the
National Legislature. It is tiu'e, has
uccii h.-m ineu mat me
nee nr in
S tales was term in a ted c V.y 2 1 h'fe ? ebef? iojs
acts of their inhabitants ":' rbaVih'a ?inVur
"rectiofi having been suppressed they were
i henceforward' to be 1 considered uierely
as'coquVred tertitoryV;'i! ' ;" ' ,; 'Jii '
Legislative,' j2xc'uiive and Jud
cial c,epirtineriisrof ibi Government have "
however.c with ereat tdistiuciness'land uni
forth rohsTancy' Tefused to" fancticn' any
assumption so" incompatible with 1the
nature of our 'republican system ai4d with
tbe pfofesse'd tiljects';ofMhar.,-'f- 1
1 nrouguout ine recem iriiianun ui
Congress' the undeniable factrhakel its 1
'Hf apparent that hose'ien political- cbtn '
rriunities are nothing less thari 'Stare of
this Union. At the very ccmniericemeni
bf the rebellion each' House; -'declared?
with unAriitnity as .remarkable ai it wa
significant that the war was not wajjed
upon our part in any spirit of oppression,
nor" for any purpose of conquest or subju-
'gaiion; nor -of .overthrowing or interier-
in with7 the rights or established institul
liefls of those' Slates.' but to defend and
iriaiutain the supremacy of thei Cwnstitu
lion i and all : laws made ; in pursuance
thereof, and to preserve ihe Union with
nil the dignity,- equality and rights of the
several. States unimpaired ; and that as
soon as these objects wete accomplished,
the war ought 10 cease. In several in
stances Senators were .'permitted 10 con
tinue their legislative functions, while in
ohcr instances Representatives, were
elected and admitted to seats after their
States had fornially. declired .ih.eir. right
to withdraw from the Uuionand were
teudevoriiig to maintain the right by force
of arms. . . . . ') ...A , v.
'All of the States whose pe6ple I were
in'insurreciion. as Slates, were!. included
in the apportionment of the direct tar of
twenty' iiiiMibns of dollars annually laid
upon the UnWed States 'Vy the "Jet ap;
proved ron' thW' Slti'oV August,' -1S6.
Congress by the" act of March 4ih: 'lS62.
"mid by ihe appi1rionment of representa
tion thereunder, also recognized' (heir
presence" a"s"SlaiesirT tbe "Union, and
Uey, for judicial purposes, had been, di
vided inu districts! as'States' alone can
be divided. The sairie 'recognition r ap
pears in the recent legi.-latibh; in refer
ence to Tennessee.,, Afctc
iipou ihe fact that: the-. fuQCiio33Yp- the
States were not destroyed- by-thftTebel-liVii,
but merely suspended ;Kahd ;thal
principle is of course app lacable to'lhose
Stales which,' like tenneWe'aliempted,
to renounce 'their nl aces ! in the-Union,
The action of the Executive Department
01 me ooveruiniii up m cuijw
been equally 'definite and 'uniform; and
the purpose of tiw war was 'Specifically
stated ui the pfocjamattou issued by my
predecessor on th? 22 day'' of Septem
ber, 1662. It was there solemnly pro
claimed and decfared'thaV hereafter; as
he rei'jfore the war ' will be p'rds'eciiied
for ihe object of practically restoring the
; .. . fit'' t-sn . 1 t?T.V Vtt
....cinnimns rLinons heiivrfert ine v UOI--
ted S;ates and each ef the Mates ftra
the people thereof, in which1 Si'a'PiV that
relation is. oriiiay be suspended or; dis;
turbed. The 'recon'stirution' of the State?
by the Judicial De armient of tbe 'Gqv-
ernmeut las alo'iie' been clear arid eqn-.
cfuiive,:inrail' proceed ihgs afTeciing em
Ac RtipV bad in the Supreme. Circuit
M 'hiitrict Courtsi' In' the admission
of Senators' ami Represents tires froru
Jiriyaad ah of the Slates,' there can be no
iuVt ground of apprehension that persons
vhr are disb )ViI will be clothed . with
. J r. .
-..l.r r.r.4 Kin.
.powers 01 iauon, ior tuisvuuw
pen where the C;jsiituti6n and laws are
. , f ; 1 ted "bv a uet'la n t " and : at tfu I 1 Con
Each H:use''isSadehe Judge of the
election returns' and qualifications of its
: . . ... .. ...1.4 j
own members,, and may, ;wnh ihe coi.cur.
rence. of two-thirds, expel a mtmt'er
When a Senator or 'Iep'resematiy pre
sents his ceitificate of election, he may at
once be admitted or rejected or should
there be ar.y quesnon as to 11 is enMjmit
bis credentials may be referred tor mves
Uinaiion, to the appropriate committee
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oence aatisfactory to the house of which
be us becomes a member, that he poa-
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sesses the requisite Constitutional and
legal quaiincauons. 11 reiusea aa mis
sion as a nierobef for virant of due allegi
ance to the Government and returned to
his' constjtuarjts, they, are" admonished
that nonVbut persons loyal to the United
Statesw tll be allowed'a voice Yn the leg
islative councils of the nation. ahdribe
T political power and ' moral iiifluence of
ongre-s are ihus enectiveiy exertea in
ih. interest of loyally' to tbe' Gdvern
hi'enl and fidelity to the United S'aTes.
"Upon Ib'isuesttont so1" vital! affVcticig
the restoration o: the Union and tbe per
maner.cy 6f"0ur'ne'w form' of government,
my ' convictions,1 heretofore expressed,
ba've'"underffohe tio rbange ; but on the
'contVarV,'5iierf' correctness1 have been
confirmed" ly reflection and timei 1 If tbe
adrinsvion'of loyal "members, to' seals in
ih'e respective houses 4 of . 'Cor!gfesj'-iwas
wise, and expedient a year-agoVit is no
less wise' and 'expedient ' now. If this
ahbniidlous ebittiorrT righi, if :e exact
'conditions of thesertates at thepre'sent
timeils it lawful to exclude : thetn Trorn
repre?entaiion ? 1 I do"' rioPsee-- thai i "the
quej-tron'wiil be changed 'by -the 'effect
lenyears hence. - If these States remain
a they are; tbe-rightr of representation
will be 'stronger, the- right of. exclusion
will be no weaketJ ; The Constitution of
tbeUntted States' males -it ihe duty of
ihd Pre.-ident to recommend to the con
sidera'ioa of Congress such nieasvrea as
he :shall judge necessary aod just. -
I know of Eo ' tneasure more impara
"tFvely demanded by1: every: consideration
of national - interest,-: sound: policy r or
equa justice than the admission -of loyal
members rfrom the nowvunrepresemed.
States. , This would consumate the work
of restoration and exert a most salutary
influence in the re-establishment of peace,
harmony and ira.ernal feelings, ill would
tend grea'ly to renew, the confidence) of
the people of; the vigor and stability of
their institutions;; it would binde us more
.plosely together as.a nation,, aud enable
us to show to tbe world theinherent and
recuperative povyejr.-.of a government es
tablished upon the principles of liberty,
justice and intelligence. ,A Our increased
6irengihand enhanced prosperity, would
irrefiagjbly demonstrate, the fallacy of
the -arguments egainit cur institutiots,
drawn frcm our recent national disorders,
ly tbe enemies of republican goverrment.
; The admission of loyal members or the
States now excluded from Congress, by
; allaying; dubt . acd apprejhjfnsion, would
.turik capital, vpw, a wailing anopportunity
for; inyetiirvent iniq fhanpels of trade and
industry ; it would elevate the present
troubles and, condition of .theseiate?i
and ly inducing , emigration, aid in the
settlement of fertile regions now; uncul
livaied, and led to an increased product
ion cf ihe naples which have added so
greatly to the wealth of the cation and
the commerce of .tbe world ; "new fields
of , enterprise wou!d be opened r to our
prrgrespive people, and soon the devas
tations of i.war would . be, repaired and
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all traces of our domestic differences ef-
facpd.froni the iriiud of our countrymen-
In our enurts. to preserve he unity of tbe
Government which const i tut es us one peo-
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pie by restoring the S ates to the condi-
tion. winch tney neiti prior to the rebei-
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a a ill 4' T
lion, wej fbould be cautious lest, having
re.ud our nation from the perils of
threatened disintegration jfe resort to 1
.... . . . 1
consolidation,, and, in 1 he end, absolute
despotism as a remedy for tbe recurrence
at ti nijar, trouble.. TTe. wnr gavjn g ter
minated, and with it all occasions for the
exercise of power of doubtful constitu
tionality, we. should hasten to bring legis
lation within th boundries prescribed by
iheXonstituupn and 10 return to, the iu
ctenijand marks established by our fa-
tj I.-., -j .ii.-ti j .!il ' c. .
thers for the guidance of. succeeding gen
erations,. .,,a n .. - . .... M . ?
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: The. Constitution, which at any time
exists until changed by explicit, and au
thentic; act of the wholepeople, is sacre
dly obligatory npon all. if in the opinion
of the people the construction or modifi
cation of the Constitutional powers, be ' in
any, particular wrong, let irbercorrecied
by an amendment in the way in which
ihe Constitution desiznate rbut let there
be uo change by, usurpation ; for. itjs the
custom by which free governments are
destroyed. V9thington spoke these
words io-his cuuntrymen when, followed
by 4heirlove and grattitude, I e voluntar
ily -retired; from ihe:carea.cf public life.
io . keep in -all things within the pale of
lour, constitutional .'powers,, atid, cherish
the ; Federal Union ns.'tbe only reck of
safety." which were prescribed; by: Jef
fersoQ as rules cf actioa u endear to iui
octeigatb coivbjo. oa jtt, -Cos
culnain kiz noBtta, . 7-.
Op hall cvluma iix jnnt6 v
Oo fanrtb !amn iix simisS -
On oitLf icolaaaa.iix mats
Oa ctilouo tart m Bth
On half coiain thrt coPtii -
Oo forth CBifceaa tare Boaiha
On igktBCC'0!BOUfC BlAQiht ..
ABnooucior enukktiiftr s
Stray notices (eacH Bati)
Stray aale9 iharged aa lrccieat adrarUilaf
AHtranc -nut advert Ueneol Bst h pai4 Ib a4
anct. TaMly adTertittaBtr cartcrly i ia
1AII kladfof Jwb. Boot and Card priBtier, oia
ttta heat tyt ca short uotlct aod raaaasabl twBia.
coantrymea the true principles cf their
Constitution and promote a union of sen
timent and action equally arjjpicisax t
their hsppiness and safety.; r : tj
. Jackson held .that tha actioa; cf . tha
Gf neral Government, should always bf
strictly confined to the sphera cf ha ap
propria :edutietr and justly and forcibly
urged that our Government is not to ba
maimajntd norfour , Union preserved by
invasion pf the rights and powers cf tha
serera States. rIn thus atte.npt:a j . to
make our , General Government stronger,
we make it .weak. Its true strength
censuta in leaving individuals and Slates
as much as possible, to themselves ; ia
making itself felt, not in its power, but
in its protection; not in binding States
mori, closely to the centerfchut inhatisg
each to' b more unobstrucUd' in its prop
er constitutional orbit."
These are'the. teachings of men whose
deeds and services. have made them illas
trious, and who lone 'since "withdrawn
froth ihe icene cf life,' have' left t their
country Cthe.richiegacy 6f their fexampU,
their wudbui and their patriotism. ' Draw
ing fresh inV pi r anon from 'their' lessons,
let us emulate them in love of the cbun-
3 i . ...
try and respert for the Conslitutibn and
laws. ' ' ' : .
The New ork Ledger. :
orre time !since we informed our rea
ders that we had made an important ar
rangement which we should announce at
some future day. ' We : now -have the
pleasure of ; making that .arrangement
known to the. public; 'It is' the engage
ment'of HxmtX'Waao Bxtpaxa. to write
a story for,the'Isreiy)York Ledger, which
Avill.extend through several rnonths, Mr.
BcEcnxa is now at work upon this story.
We 'hail begin its publication in the first
part af thenew year. As will be seen
by the following correspondence, Mr.
13s ecu er think he will have it ready
b 'thai time. "J " : ' ' e " '
Leooek OrncE. 00 BrtxMajr Stbeet
1 .; c- -.-ii New Yonx, Nov. .15. 1S66.
Ret. Hekkt Wads Beechex- Dear
Sir: Does the enclosed announcement
of your Ledger sjoryet your views as
to the time of of commencing its publi
cation ? Please let me know, at once., at
I wish 10 make the announcement iahe
number of tbe Ledger which is now go
ing to Press. .
Truly Yours,' 'Robe at Bjsi
'-: Mr Beecher' HErL -
Mr Robet Bonber Dear Sir.
The announcement of which you send me
a proof-copy is correct 1 hope to put
enough manuscript in your land to ena
ble you to begin the story early, in the
year lS67-:rI.am . truly yours, ei :
.. , , ,,,Hexry .Ward BzEcqta
Railroad Connections ', tiaU
A lew days ago We had uccasiou to al
lude to the St. Louis route as a good and
reliable lins of travel for persons . goiog
East.; Snce then we have had occasion
to examine the different time, tables and
we find that route even more favorable
to the ' cornfon and speed of travelers
ibi We at first anticipated. Railroad
men uuderstaod time tables and how to
condense thembut to the travelling pub
lic they only serve to confuse, and very
fev indeed wfth! the time and figures be
fore 'them- can tell 1 at wht dty or hour
they can arrive at the place, they may
i.esire tojenchi. We will iUmtrate the
St. Louis .route ; Supposing; the time cf
leaving St. Joseph ,is Sunday evening at
7 o'clock. Via Hannibal St St.1 Joe and
Nurtb' Missouri Raitrond. you arrive m
St; Louis. Monday at 12:15,. noou; you
leave-at 3 p. m.; Tuesday morning at 6
o'clock you are in Cincinnati; "leaving
tbere t?n" the famous 7 ' o'clo -k express
you are in New York city Wednesday
afternoon: at 3:15. Boston, Wednesday
ntgbt, . Philadelphia, . WashtcgtCTi and
Baltimore Wednesday nioruin?. heel
ing.' Steubenvtlle Newark, Zantsnlle
aud Parkersburg Tuesday evening, Day
ton; Coiumbus, &c. Tuesdayfluvmicg.
.:. Leaving Su Jo&eph any otiier day at
time mentioned , and the same rule will
apply a's to the time of arrival at ihe
pun.! above mentioned. ' Except whea
Siiaday lmerteiies ; in that ciss the pas
senger wbulJ hire to lay over at Cincia
oati.or Indianapoh'c froxu Sunday porn
ing until , evening. r - , , ; -,v
By comparing the above time, passen
gers' will be able at once- tb'detertnineat
about what hour they can arrive at points
not. mentioned above. - The.Su Louis
rome has always been a favorite line with
our citizens, but heretofore tho delays
and want of connections have been an
noying and painful. But whea the trav
eling public learn :hst the present change
cf tiine.was made; with a special view to
.the, Su.Louis coouectioBs.'they will read
ily "see the importance cf ' adopting that
line as the quickest and mcst'comfcrlable
route east. . Let the' traTelling . publis
iry it .St. Jostfh Herald.
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- The Merchant Union Express Com
pany, dermined to accommodate the pub
lie, .have just completed arrangements,
with -ihe Kansas and Nebraska Stag
Ompany by which they will hare daily
ccssectica Ttith St. Jcsejh.
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