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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1870)
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There wa- "
i:i the Vv'i'f-ri
d. struct: Q conflagration
:! .State l'ii-on, at Yau-
j :vj, or; the ifi, consulting all the w.irk-t-Lcps
of the institution, tin? machinery,
Vy.t.f, Stoek, etc The lo.- is aliu)KtCl
ConTPF-'man Cuilom Las received a
letter froiu Governor Shaffer, of Utah,
saying that it is of theutmotiinjortane
that the Anti-IVilyf aiy bill should hi
passed, aud nothing can be accoiiiplished
Ju'c? Tfuriiard, of New York, hue
et a good examp. The mas Chambers,
ojj trial lor iaruer, wj defended on (lit
plea of insanity, and the District Attor
ney alacioBJsi the prosecution for that
tiTta.e, whereupon Juigc Dsnsir.l di
rected that Chambers be conCued in the
Stite Lunatic A-!um A great many
cu!pri!g arc proved in.-ne, but a -few are
C'.tIj icit to en Hfcvli.ni.
The. On-Kuj IL t it.i commences an ar
ticle the Iieadirif, "Sheridan at his
cli t;i"W kC-' " t1'n f oes on to
eay that (Jon. Sherman i a msu of no
tta'jiiity of inin 1, and d.:n it adhere to
tli 'iyi1 iiea two day in a 'cession.
Tiro ilrtil ji a great di-iike tofien.
Suermsri, and it U not diSbviIt to tell
way. There was a ten when General
Shormaa Lad a tenacity of purpo-e in
directioa. aril the Herali did not
like Mm any better then. We h-pc ho
wil! exhibit the s:ue tenacity of purpose
now, an I will '"j.i.rch to the sen" in the
other diction, rmint; Mr. 'Lo" a fore -i..to
i what is l came.
trlva I Ri:rai I rar.nf tion.
We hive been for son week eopni-z-ct
gf tho fact tint John F. Tracy,
l're-id-iit cf lh-'C. it. i. k I. K. J.,
y i; t rvijiir to ret control of the U. & N.
V.'. ii. 11. Th.at L haa dona ko sromn
tn r lumceded bv all. aud the New Yoi
s'.i.-l-l.'Jdf-r confirm it. It fays that it
; : tlit rtJvVfit ntrst lor in"
i.i-s c-'mpai;y tia trhjinarei.
i t 1 i tint i!jC: per.-on who now ho! ' thp
bi.'...iiO ct jiowr and will (i: tt the
r j;i";'ciiic:: r the road after tho June
tlv'i.,u. i Mr. j.'faa V. Tiai-y, l'residnt
r- ('liic:-o, Jvo':k Uasd & Pacific
It ;ia t)pi n r. jirt4-d several time that
?Ir. Ti ri'-y and his fi i'id were buyiiur
lsTfoiy of North-we.-trn stwk, but it
has nit bee a easy to understand in whit
vy iii- !:k i!a;id Company wojiM
r--i"c"'i::y bcncfiti'd by owning the
North -ve.-tci a, whi'di h-' twice the
cmo :' "!' ail.aire, and i'r the mo-t
;,,;iau, thi. .'i.sl: a diiierent territory,
ai.d c';UH.-te with the I lock I?!ani at
o:iiv fM point-- llo..k Iiaud and Coun
cd iii. r'
,u-: in ui.M'i pti--n of tlie greater by
th.f L-- a sv;!ii.wi of. the wha by
,Ioitah people have l ot eas iy heiieved.
yat, of course, it was by no mean. im-P--i:
i. Ji f-niv nced -d a lor.j y.ure
and ptu-k. Air. Tracy's friends certainly
have plenty of the iattr. and e do r.:.t
know th it "they liave not the former."
Council Ji'-J Xoinmreil
KASBVS PHE1 il iToar.
Nisby drives the following diseription
of the rasnner in which he prepared his
Bo-n for a xnrcting to consider the fact
that the fif:cnlli amendment had bcfji:
Th s proc'-ni ition uv the IVe?i Sent, an
noun.iia the rutiii. ation of the Fificenth
Aen Jr.i'-nt, pvrdoosed a pcrfound .en-a-h'r:
in this ward. .
It vrux to! i to our poop'e l.-ya reporter
ur a dii.y piper at 11 o'e'ock t'ii morula?-,
aa i u pot pretty well around aiin;!i.'
by 3 Lhi a:v i noon. h w.iz toliablj
rai.id . :t:.ie.".M tint iiitv-lgrue in this
v: J h'l to br? conveyed orally. In th?
ai'n-'iion it a rc--ved that a mcotin
lo held in the -v uin to cori-u't cz to
what u-'k-ben the I :t;io. -acy sh oi tako
in tho Hisit'T, wiih w:iz akkordin'y so
done. I bed the buck room lit up, the
liriL',' ii -ted into safe place under
tij'j troiu.ef kind uv lov-ks and the i ar
c!j-ed and dry ped in it.oiimin. in token
of the hojiiiliahen which I fflt hi i
fail'iO or.to the p;j pie in koiisukcnee uv
this outrage. 1 h iv.r crape onto th
j.T.;r ; 1 put crap' around the portrait
uv Jaxson, t. I.u i .J u -st t .hasc, j L.
haum.u and Feinandy Wood, and like
w:ac around thv hot tit and over tlie red-
Ii.ied bainh wich pave tlie establih-
it ciit a mtily fuuerai and moumtul l.tok
w;ch wuz eroir- i-' -iriM -ory.
.riss )' Nerd h i aiiswr-rrd the chap
v'n caSic l her "Marling," "sweet," aud
til that. Here it is :
"Oh ! you say you are lonely without
mo, tn;:t you siirh lor one stance ol my
e : you're blaim'vin'r always about me
-l.h! why don't you to papa appiy?
Y : '- n 'ire w yerv deeeivine, J can t
f.viievt :t.i.l.r. tint vou s;i ; your love
f ! o'i'v it-iioyo in when my jointure is
""!!.:-. tru.-h ahcut eye, voire and
p':-i-. i' may do lor a mi-s in her teens;
b.it ho w'oo to me iii.ske advances must
tj'.k oi hi bank .-to.-k and means. Yuu
eir of m ? to go j' i'ivamiiwr, to meet you
a :.ie toot ot th' lane with a kis. too!
why man you'rr rantinc ! do you think 1
am wb.oty insane? When you woo a
lady of sense, jr, don't whine about oi
rov ;.n i tears; ir a mutter of dollars
an ;;its. si;-; uo tiiio of romance inter-f-r.-s.
)! poverty is not at all funny
(my yie I i: not try to conceal !, if 1
cin t ;;i t a !oisl;:Mil null uiouej', I'll live
Well liani', t'ri-mtnt.
nandiorac K-piib!i.-nn Xlctnry,
We received, on yesterday mornintr,
frcou oar friend. J. Newt. I lays, of the
T:if','ti, the following f ratifying in'.cili-pe.-e
of the result of thj municipal
taction in Fren.cnt. on Mondjy :
Frlmont. Neb., May 2.
O.-.tAIlA IlKrCKt.IVAX :
1 he liepubiicans elect four out of Svo
ruto-s. a gain d' two tru.-tees over last
rar. Tliis is the opening gun of the
eat:ipai--;i. Dodge is good for a bL?
JivljiC D.!:t-:i j r..:oU!;ced a very able
oifiriloii in the I'av. nee Indian can-, in the
L'nited Cr'tts Circuit Court, vert.-1 day,
n-stainim the qner-iion raisdl ly thir
...-.. Colon; i :;u-v. upon ins arira-
:.; f;tv;;r of the ui-t:ou in arrest cf j
i,v.:i ms''c to the IVtut at its J:u-
Tho CVurt h 'i.l that it lv:d ,
tr.o case, aii-t cr I
,;f:c! that the
n.vs ir tht
be held twenty i
'United Slates Ma:.-h;il j
ti 'l Liu1!! tur.icd eve
t ) th Indian Su-
ljOetit, lliii :- He3 .ia:c utio.-M-
.i . -... . ;. :
r'-mfoi trial tn the :r,oan-
ti: -. J i';:nuyeo
iirr-.-u ui te :
7 ARISE AND SING.
Mil! ;'Ur tne t" Ike Khjup.
Morton ha1? been artnf nsushty and
kicking out f the i'ejnocraiic traces
whereupon tht ary organ at IJrownvi.Ie
dtninuter a fiienely slap upon the
cheek. We look t v-e the Browr.T'.r
u au annihilated by one fell wrop of the
pen of the "hi? chief at Oiusha, for
his impertinence in daring to interfere in
ths "M." family. Jlere i. what th
Urownvil'e Democrat eays :
' A DoriTFti. Movr." "It i
rrve step fr a party orran to take lie?i
it decides toetitlooe froin it home party
crranitatie-n undrr any circnmKatieeis.
At a distance, we cannot, of mnr.-eT se?
tho many inutteucrs which V-ave a bear
irjr in the care to which we are about to
V) which we are about to
can hardly i;nttrue it o
dsn.rcr both ol tnor in
ahud, but we
be free from
action and of lar;i-nta!e continence.
()e of tie chief rhce3 of a party erpan
i to serve as a p.icdium ly which aaiiy
3f action ud harmony of telin is kept
dp in the party. Iu t-pecitl iuisiion is
to suppress dixseaM-va and cioi-iiite an
ti'goci-m whenever and wl.eitvr th-y
Liny develop, lla duly is faithf'alne :: to
the will of the party. Iti editor i ot
a p.er.-ooal in.lividual. He, f all others,
ha the hat r:v. i to tire his papr a a
n;e-a of fsitherir.ir hi own j.lans asd
private end. And he should nevar
make the mistake of supposing that his
warer i hundf. It is fc than thi
FeopV regard a ppf-r a something to he
listciifd to and be i'uiJe 1 by, eveti whea
they by no iceun acotrd the au.e dofer
tfi.k?e to it editor personally. As, f-r m
ttar;r, a child tin; exert a man'
i-trcnih bv tho lire of a k-ver; but hei
only a child, and without . hi-lever can
exert only the t;er.g'.h of a child.
"Tho Particular caie i:i our mind i
the Nebraska City AVr tls sao.'t
Terely wrthodox Deinocratic jourrsl in
the- parts. It iwently refused to tnip
pit th nominee of tlie peaty in the
municipal election ia that ciy. It does
not Jtate that &urh nowiotioi!5 were
fraudulently made. It does not say tht
they are not the choice ef the majrity
of the party. It niy cfms that they
are not the choice ef its alitor, and he
refuse to support tlietn. He adopts a
f;tal wv of remedying the matter by
dividinc the tarty, in Ot county,
which oucht to be l)iu30c;atie by two
hunired majotity. Two Reetions are
thin created, wakinc the sueress ol our
enemies a suie thin? of the future. It
is peculiarly unfortuiate juvt at tbis
mocture tnat such siiouia t.-e tlie eae.
We do not, however, prrve to sit in
lLIl?N.-eilt Oil ItiC ffrx. lurrc i.-c
siuncient rouna tor tu:s a tion our. n
has road a move which at the best n-u-t
i.e both doubtful and dsngrr- u. f
Vave the matter to work out it 'df, con-
teat with merely makmp a H-te oi :t.
A Wa-hington dispatch, dated April
f.O, tM th New York Tim's, my:
Ah orlieial letter from fapt. IV!e, Tn
diari Acent at the Whitstone Acfoey.
Dakota, April 10, to Gov. Duron nk, Hu
IM'rintendent of Indian AflaTs, in refer
ence to a letter from the latter intimating
hat the Indian who luurdc-red l n kV
suryeyii.g party in Nebraska, last fali
were it that aeeney, ktate that he had
uiadediliirentir.quiry amonft the Indiaiis,
and could not ,cct any definite, or satis
ftctr.ry information ou that subject. The
chiefs 5-eeni iiK-'ioed t- evade any discus
sion of the matter, or cive any derided
anwer to qustinns. The aj;eiit s:p
ests, in reid to aetionbeinkrtakeii at
the present time, that it w.uid bo iir:
pracivable to make any arn sts or dv
anything tbut would mwke any excite
ment at present. The Hrule ai d 0.1
laia ISioux that have ration furui.-h-wl
thorn at the Ai'eucy. are in a very uu ct
tied c.oiditionand if any eS'uit i ma. Is
at a further invfM-i.'ui.ioc, ihey vvotild
ti'idoubtediy abHiiion the rc5e: vatioa.
break uj. into small war parties 'and to
THE BIG HORN.
rtie Fpstfilin to Marl n itie. (5111
We had a pleasant conversation yes
terday afternoon with Colotifl Iske
Miiinn and H. A Fierce, Ksp, head oi
eaniters ef th ii.it Hons Kxpediiion.
'i'liey are jnt ictarned fiO:n Cbieao,
where they have been in tlie iwuM or
the eiiterpri-e. Doth gci'TieMicu aii:
pass on to Cheyeniif , the headquarters
of the expedition, to-day. 'I hy feel
cxeeediniriy sanguine rei;ari;niiie the
prospects of the undertaking, and state
that those who have determined to take
a part ia the movement are tilled wi;h
the utiiiot enthu.-ia.-ui as tt the residt.
Upward t f two hundred Hii. Horueis
have passed through Omaha within the
pat three days, for the rendezvous at
Ckeyenne. Th remaining dctacbmefits
fiom New York, i'hiiauciphia, Doston
and Chicago, i;nitde.rirjg some three hun
dred men, Lre expected to reach Ch- y
enne bdore the lit". ii instant.
Colonel Murrin inform us that ly the
I5tli iuta:it, at h'ast, if not hei'are that
date, opj! t!;ouarid nu n fu'iy aniied and
equipped for the cxpoditiorj. wiil leave
Cheyenne for the new J-iMorudo.
The a-renra of the ejipelliaon here,
Mesar. Ifichard a .id Sahler, wU; be pre
pared from to-day or.au; J. to the t:;iie
indicated for the starting of the phonier
band, to tke the nam.: and a iNc on
the equipment ef tlioae a this city who
feel incl.tiod to take part in the uiuve
All peron ds-iring to join the expe
dition, are requstc-d to rej-ort at Chey
enne on or before the lUti instant.
Omaha Jirj i-. n .
Form Fas, W. T., May 4.
A party of about thre Lsndrcl In
dians came, in near Atlantic City, this
morning, and d.oru off u heid ct" sto- k.
Major Gordon's couipauy of cavalry
followed them, and Lieught back all the
Everybody here is well pleased with tlu
conduct of thr; .soldier.
Co!eriel Anthouty, w ho has just cou,e
in from Atlantic, says the hiiia are cov
ered with Indian.
A l ire party of Iniaus were seen be
low here this inciting,
Sovtk Fa., W. T May 4.
Maj. Gordon, with a party of cava'ry,
hft fcere this mornirg in pursuit of the
Indians. He left, oiders for another
party to f-.ilow soon. The co;id part
have returned and report that they can
not rind anything of Major Gordin and
hi p?-ry. It L- feared they liave been
ambushed and kiiied. One Indian was
killed in the tight this morning.
Latkh. Major Gordon ha returned
w th hi coiiiurtnd fruiii the pur-nit of
the Iu iian, with the loss of two men,
!.ut. tai;io04Mi, aivl one .'a-treant
Tho country is alive with Tiidian-'. known
to be Arrapahoe. Six. Indians were
A Reciprocity treaty betwrcn the Un
to i Mates and the haiid .vich Island's
I iinr-r di.'rurion in Corirva
- cii;iisi .s t. w.
Ax Act proviJin; tor the fakir? of toe SeveT;;h
nti'i sui'e-jaem Censes of thi I'n.tci States,
snd to x it ni:u.'!erpt tho rremher ot the
' iiuu-o of Kvprj.an:a:ives. fcn'l jir'ri:le tor
tt:-ir iaturu ui poniocuieut amonj the several
THE DL"TZf, LIABILITIE3 AND COMPIlN
3ATION OK MARSHALS.
Jie it rt'irt&J r,y the Stunt? ami Home
t.f llrr'ntaliei of the United St'ttrs
f Anieriv in 4'tmgre.is awmbled, That
ihc marshal of the seTjr! district f
the United States, including the JK.trict
of Co!uibia aud the Territories, ai-e
hereby required respectively to cause all
the inhabitant to be enuncratel, and
to eo'lfct all the other staritical informa
tion within their rti-oetive district?, in
th manner provided Kr in this act, and
specified in the instinct ion which .shall
1 viverj by the Secretary of the Interior,
and in the tables annexed, and to return
the same to tin; j-aid Sn-errUry on or be
fore tits first d.w of November ies.t en-
s j:.v., otuittir.tf from the enumeration of
tlie I;,j,nJ,uant.C Indians nut taxed; also,
at tv(l. J-rftion of i Secretary, any
.:.rt tiie statistics ot the Jcrrito
ries ejeept tho.-e of iopi:lxtion : lovi
del, hoicti-rr, Ad if the time asi.i;ned
for tuakinar the returns frhall prove ir.ade
qnte f r tWe Territories, the twid Secre
tary may extend tlnj fcanie: I'midrd,
further, If there be any District cr Ter
ritory of the United trtats in which
there i.s no utar-hal of the United, St.ites
the i'residentt-hail apvjint some uital!e
verson to disttharjee the duties assigned
y this act to mamhals.
Str. 1. And fe it further enicted,
That each of said marshals ti before
eotrinc upin his duties, take and sub
srile tlie following oath, or aSnoafion.
before any circuit or district judge of the
United fat?, or l.bre any juds of
aav State court, to-wit :
I, ,' marshal of the dis
trict of , do f-oleioitly swear (or af
firm) that I will to the best of my ability
eaumerate, or cause to 1 e enumerated.
a 1 the inhabitant of said distuct, and
wiii woiicct, fr caue to ro collevtei, the
other statistical information within the
.same, and wiil faithfully K-rforui ail the
duties enjiM'd on me t-y the act provid
int for tlie taking of the seventh census,
And when duly authenticated bv the said
iudt'e, he fdiad deposit- a cony thereof, so
authenticated, with the said Secretary of
the interior, and no marshal shall dis
charge any tf the duties herein rvmvired
until he has taken and subscribed this
oath, and forwarded a eor-v a aforesaid.
Sue. 3. And I.e. it further enacted,
lliat each marshal shali separate his d is
tiict into subdivisioH c4iiUitiinr not cx
ceedimr twenty thousand persons in each,
unless the limitation to that number
causes iiK-or.venieut Invauaries, in whi.di
I Ci' tlie r.uuiiter :n.iv tx lart-er: ani
sun f,tjnrate, from th? t wurevs
ol miormation wiitch he liable to ootam,
the number f xiuare miles in each sub-
divi.-ion, and transmit the auie to the
Department of the Interior: Prodded
tio.teitr, that in houndtn'r such suuh
visions, the limits thereof had lc known
civil divisions, such a countv, hundred.
'jiiish, township, town, citv, ward cr
iistiict line, or highways, or oatura
oundarie-s, .-.ucli as nvei s, la lies, &e,
Sff. 4 And I it further enacted,
1 hat each marshal fhall appoint an as
sistant tor each such snbdi vision, who is
a resident therein, to whom he shall give
a commissi. .ii under his hand, autbenz
ing him to perform the duties herein as
signed to a-tutants, which commission
shall set Suth the boundaries of the sub
division, ef which appointment so made
and t he- Iw .lindanes i-o specified, tlie mar
sea! shall keep a true aud faithful record
Si:c. 5. And it further en icted.
That ea h msishal abail seasonably sup
ply each asd.-tant with the instruction
issued by the Depaitiuent of the Interior.
the blanks provided for the enumeration
or the population, and the collee'tion o
oraer statistics, and give to him. from
time to time, a'l sveh informaiion an
direct iviiS a may lt! necessary to enatil
!iim to di-.-harire hi duty. JJe sha
carefully t xamiue whether the return o
each avd-tant marshal be tuaJe in con
form it y with the terms of thi- at. and
wlifie l;sO!-p-uc!es are deteeiod. require
thd : cii
tirerted. He shall dis
pose ol tiie two sets ol the return
reqiurea ir;u lue ass'rant mar
sh'a a hereinafter provided for as fol
lows: one sot he shall transmit forthwith
to tho Secivtaiy of the Inferior; and
the copy thereof he rha'.l tran-mit to the
ofSev of the Secretary of the State or
ferntory to which his district belontrs
He shah cias.-ify and determine the rate
of conipt i: atiou to 1! j.aid to oaeh as
sistant marshal aceor.linv to the irovi
ions of this act, . subject to the final ap
proval the .Secretary ol the Interior
Hf ha':h from time to time, make him
seif aq!iaiit?ed with the pregres made
t.y each assistant marshal in the dis
charge of bis duties, ami in ease of in
.'Utility or neglect anssug rrotu sn aines;
or otherwise, appoint a substitute
Sfc C. Ami he it further euacUd
J hat n any marshal ahail, l-y any ar
ranecmcnt or under.-tandiiig whatever
securs to himself any fee. re-ward, or
compensation for the appointment of an
assistutit, or i-hall in any way secure to
hiiiife'tt any part ot the cominsation
provided by ib.is act. for the services of
a.i.-tai.t, or if he shall knowingly ncg
ltct or relii.se to perform the dutie
Benin asipncd to him. he shall, in any
null ca.-e, he a--eme-j Kuiltv of a nnsde
mranor, and if cnvicied in any such
oase, hal!, for such offence, forfeit and
pay not les than one thousan-1 aoilar
is nr. 7. And he it farthr cnuctrd,
That anv marsl al of the United Stare
may. for any purpasc? not inconsisten
s'.i . .
witn th? out ics Oi the as..is'ants herein
provided for, appoint a deputy cr depu
tie."-, to act in ki behalf; but for all of
iii-'il a ta r.l suc.i denary or deputies th
marshal be responsible : J'ri-hd fair
tccr. An ::p;.oint'u lit te collect the so
cial staMsti.-s 1 not he die ic a an u
terfereiico with the duties of the as.-ist
S.C. S. Ar.d he it f.trther enocted.
Th;.t wbrnevtr the i)pulafion returned
in any utrict -liall exceed one mohon,
the marshal thereof shall lte entitled to
receive as a compensation for all hi Per-vi-s
in executing this act, after tlie rate
of eme dollar for each thousand tersou.s:
but if the number returned shah Ini less
than a million in any district, the mar
tfial threof shall be allowed for hi-, ser
vice at the raw of one dollar and
twrmy-ive cents tW each thousand jer
soi: J,oridei, ho'cerer, That no mar
shal shall receive lessi than two hundred
and fifty dollars: aud when the compen
tati.i does n(;t in the whole exceed the
ami! of five hundred dollar-, a reasonable
atic-wance for eh-rk hire shall be made,
the amount whereof to 1-e determined
by the Secretary of the Interior. 4?'
jfvi idr-l ftirtl.tr. That the marshal of
any district may, at his discretion, per
fotm the duties of an assistant in any
iibdi vis-icuj in !ueh he may reside ; and
when lie shall jcrsona!!y perform the
d ities assigned by this act to assistant-,
be shall receive therefor the compensa
tion allowed to assistants for like scr
ASSISTANTS, TI1FIR D17TIT., LIABILITIES,
Sf.C 9. And he it further enacted,
Tht r.o assistant ?il be deemed quali
ficl to enter upon his darses, until he
has received from the msr.-hal. under his
ban 1, such a commission as is provided
for in M is act, and shall tak-i and sub
scribe th- following oath or affirmation,
wlieh shsil be thereon endorsed, to.wit:
I. , an assistant to the
marshal of tho distriri of , do
Wtr'aT fr afrrrrn) trrrt; I vill rr.'.A'e 3 two
and csact enumeration of a'd thi inhabi- !
tatits within the fl!-trict arif;.?d to me, j
ci:d will also iaiihfuiiy coii-t the o;h-r !
istislics therein, i tiie mmnar provided j
for in the act for taking the seventh cen-
roi, and ui couroraiity with au lawiul in
struction which 1 may receive, and will
make dv.e and cornet returns thereof,
a required in said act.
Which said frith, or afnrmatioD, may
be administered by any jmige of a court
of record, or any justice of the peace
empowered to adiuini-tcr oaths, and a
mpy thereof duly authenticated shall be
orwarded to the marshal by such assist
ant before he proceeds to the business of
bf-C. 10. 4.nt lte it further enactnt,
That each assistant, when duly qualified
in manner aforesaid, shall perform the
service required of him, by a personal
visit to each dwcLmg-house, ana to each
family, in the subdivision assigned to
ai, and shall ascertain, hy inquiries
made of sme inetiil-er of eaeh family,
if. any one can be found capable of giv
ing the information, but il not, then oi
tne ncent of such lainity, the name of
each uieruler there;f, the age ad place
of birth of each, aud all the other par
ticulars specified in this act, the table
thereto subjoined, and the in.-truetionsof
the Secretary of the Interior; aud shall
also visit personally the lartns, iniu.,
shop.-, mines, and other places respect
ing whieh iaforma'ion is required, as
above speciaed, m lus district, and shad
obtain all such information from the beet
and most reliable sources ; and when, in
either ease, the information i obtained
and ente ed on the tMblf, as obtained,
till the rame is complete, then audi
Kiemerauda thall be immediately read to
the person r person furnishing the
lact, to correct errors and supply ouiis
cious if anv shall exist.
SiC. 11. And it further extteted.
That each avi-taht tliall, within one
month af r the time sixviSed for the
eoiap.'etioH e-f the enumeration, furnish
the oiigmitl census icturns tothe clerk of
the county court of their reietive
counties, and two copies, duly compaied
bird corrected, to the n;arslal of the dis
trict. He sLall affix hia signature to
each page of the schedules tefore he re
turns them to hia marshal, and, on the
last page thereof, shall state the wlioic
number of pages in each return, and cer
tify that they were well and tiuly made
aecording t the tenor of his oath of of
Sec. 12. And he, it further enacted,
That each assistant shall be allowed, a
compensation for his services, after the
rate ef two cents for each ieron enu
merated, ad ten cents a mile for neces
sary travth to be ascertained by multi-
plyinir the square root of the number of
dwebing-housea in the division by tue
.-q.iare rot of the number of square
miles in each division, and the product
shall be taken as the number of uiile
traveled for ail rurpoici in taking this
Sr.c. 13. A utile it further enact d,
That, in addition to the compensation
allowed for the enumeration of the in
habitants, there shall be paid for each
farm, tuby icturued, ten cents; for each
establishment of productive industry,
fully taken and returned, fifteen cent.-;
for the social statistics, two per cent,
upon the amount allowed for the enu
meration of population, and for each
name of a deceased person returned,
two cent: Provided, however, That, in
making returns of farias and establish
ments ef productive industry, the in
struction given by the Secretary of the
Interior inn. it b strictly observed, and no
allowance shall be reade for any return
not authorized by such instructions, or
tor auy returns not limited to 1he year
1iext preceeding the first ot June text.
Sur. 14. And Le it further enacted,
That anv assistsut who, having accented
the appointment, .hall, without jus! tfi.i-
r!e Ci.il'?, neglect or relu-e to perioral
the duties enjoined on him by thi ac-r,
shall be truiity of a misdemeanor, and.
upon conviction, w liable lo a forfeiture
of five hun ired dollars ; or if he ahail
wiTrubv make a faie oath, it shall be
deciue-3 poijury ; or if he shall willfully
make a false cert ificaie, it shall hp decuici
a misdemeanor, and if convicte j or found
j?uiitc of ilh'-r cf tbi tast naiot-d orTen
ce, f,e shall forfeit and pay not exceed
ing fie tba usuii dollar-, and be iuj pris
oned not !cs thau tw years. And eaeh
mashal shall be a'ike luni.-ha'i-le for the
lat two nan ed ofTances whtu committ.-d
Slo. 15. And he it further enacted,
lhat each and every tree person more
than twi.-nf v years of a:e, belonging to
auv faieilv residing in any subdivision.
and in case of the absence ef the beads
and othr-r member of any such family,
then anv aent of such family shall bo.
and each of them hereby is, required, if
there! requ?-sted by the maishal or h:s
assistant, to render a true account, to tiie
best of his or her knowledge, of every
persen belonging to such family,. in the
various particulars required in and by
this act, and t he tables thereto .--.unjoined,
on pain of foifeitir.g thirty dollars, to be
usaid tor and recovered in an action ol
debt by the assistant to the use of the
Sec. 16. And he. it further cnaciui,
1 oat a'l fines and penalties hcrt-in pro
vided for may be enforced in tiie courts
of the United States within the States or
Teiritoiies where such offense shall have
been committed, or forfeiture iucurred.
Sec. 17. -4:i? he it further aumttd,
That the marshals and their a.-?.stants,
are hereby authorized to transmit, thro'
the post ofhee, any papers or documents
relating to tne c nsus, oy writing in .reeii,
"official business, cen-us," an i moscriii-
ir:g the same with the addition to his
name ot tcar-aal, or assistant, a the
case may he : but this privilege shall ex
tend to iiothim: but documents and pa
prrs relating to the census, which .-ball
nass free ; i.nd the sum &f twelve tLous-
;.ud dollars is hereby appropriated out of
auy money in the treasury not otherwise
a p propria ted, tor the purpose ol covet
mg the expense ot 'transmitting the
blanks and other matter through the
mail, to be paid through the Fust Office
Sec. 18. And he it further enacted,
That if. in any of the Territories or pla
ces where the population is sparse, the
oiSocrs of the army, or any persons
thereto belonging, can be vaululiy em
ployed in taking thesensus, the Secretary
of War is hereby directed to afford such
aid, if it can be given without prejudice
to the public service.
Sec- ly. And be it further enacted,
That the Secretary of the Interior ia
hereby required to carry into efloct the
provisions of this act, aud to provide
blank and distribute the came among
the marshals, so that the enumeration
uiay cocjiiieiK'e on the first day of June
next, and be taken with reference to lhat
day in each and every district aud sub
division of districts ; to draw up and dis
tribute, at the same time, priuted instruc
tions, defining and explaining the duties
of such as collect the statistics, and the
limits by whith such duties are circum
scribed, in a clear and intelligible wan
ner; to see, also, that all due uilligetice
is employed by the marshals and assist
ants to make return of their respective
doing? complet.-d at the times herein
prescribed ; and further, as the returns
are fo made, to cause the same te be
classified and arranged in the best and
iuot convenient maimer for use, and fay
the same before Congress at the next
Sec. 21. And he. it further enacted,
Thnt whenever a marshal shall certify that
trr wipfant has wr jete4 to ha snMrtac-
tion, and made return of the piihdiTwoa
eoniined to him, ani f-hall also certify
the aa.ount of compensation to which,
uniartho proTlMoa of this act, uch:i- J
sifc-fant is nth!e.i, deeisaatiug how much i
f r each kind ot service, the Secretary
of the Interior shall thereupon cau-e
r.ne-ha'f of the siun so due to be paid to
such acsisiabt, and wheu I he returns hv
been carefiiily ezatuitd for classification,
if found executed in a manner satL-tac-tory,
then he shall also cause the other
half to be paid. And he shall make
payments in the manner and upon like
condition. to the several marshals for
SEC. 22. And be it further enacted.
That the tardea hereto annexed, and
made part of this act, are numbered
from one to six, inclusive.
Skc. 23. And be it further enacted,
That if no law be pasvd providing for
the takin; ef the eighth, or any subse
quent census of the United St;es, on or
before the first day of Jamiary of any
year, when, by the Constitution of the
United S'ates, auy future enumeration
of the inhabitants thereof is're qu'n ed to
be taken, such census shall, in ull things,
b taken and completed according to the
provisions of this act.
Approved May 23, 1850.
ACT SUPPLEMENTARY TO Till LAW OF
MAT 23, ISoO.
Sec. 3. And he it further enacted,
That ech assistant marshal or agent
shall be pid for making out and return
ing complete oopie of the original cen
sus returns, as required in the eleventh
section of the act to which thia is sup
plemental. eight cents for each page of the
me two copies of the onemal census re
turns required to 1-e furnished by the
eleventh section of the act to which thia
is h supplement.
SOUTH OF TOWX, OA7 TUb
ROCK BLUFFS ROAD.
I am prfrr-4 to kill beef cattle, hor. h-ep
tt-r... tor cu-ioiBerit, on unort notice ana at rea
GiLLMAN COtiii SHELLEft
WM. H. rOKTEB, Agent"
"litttamouth, - - - - Nebraska.
Gillman, King A Hamilton.
Ottawa, -' - . Elinois.
I am enl for the nHore 01brte1 Corn
fth'ilf r, dint am rrei'',r-t to fill crJtr on short
aolic. A cmr.il lun-.'hine enn ne yei at my
Urni two i n hnil coir syu'a wpt cf l'. ttt.
mourh. I hnTC hn'.l ar.e ot iht-f s ninchintf in tin
tor the past Ore j enre, oa fini it perfect id eTtr
rpeoU W .d, ti, l-Uhl ttt
Weeping Waiar Nebraska.
Vrj Qot U,
lioou, and Sheet.
Hats, sad Cup.
A?ri?u!tunl IiiipliraecU of all kiitd. Weir ani
' I X L" Cultivator. Uci'-n Cn Planten.
(iri.r.leti'ur ausi l'riuceton Plow. Ac .fco ntimii
nu'v,.. u'tl el w!j:i b weoJer to the i-blic s.l th
Mt refill prices.
All Goods Warranted
f -J-Oiir ccn!ant aim wiil be f Hell low that
it will be to the positive ail van-use ol" every for
mer in be w strrn in.! ituIm! rri.ju o Citss
cccuiy to uikVc tbi tb eir hrnf) n irterp for trai
ler. Ktl, HKOs.
Weeyit-K Wr. April l.tt. l"t.
-We an- sl.r. H-nts for ilowere. Rrjer,
ml TriA-birif MuahinfM. e.pTwlf
WAYMAN & CURTIS
Repairs-rs of Steam Engines, Boilera, Saw aid
Grist Mills. ,
Gas ami Stean Fitting!". Wrought Iron 1'ipe.
Force and Tirt Pumps. Steam Uauga?, 3 ''ea
Valve Governors, aud all kinds ef
BraF.3 Engine Fittings,
furnisher en ?hort notice.
Repaired on short notice. an5t
Third Street, South of fciain,
Pies, Cakes, Cheese
and west Crackers.
kert "n hanl at a'l litriM.
5 . S W
wo L H
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s. - o
9 J ij I
S -5 M r M
S -2 f
2 B 5- a- 0
I a S3' '
5- rr rv h
Friday and Saturday,
Terms Half Cash and Balance in Six tenths, with Interest
IL aS UK
s r i,
1" the County Sea, of Saunders County, is situated at tlie confl-; -iieo of the
Wahoo and fca!t- creeks, an-l at th' point of intersection of the ru; l:n -.' n a
Missouri 3'iver Kailroad in Nebraska, the Omaha and fsouthwcstern liiilrond.
and the Fremont, Ashland and Nebraska City KaUrcad. It tiluatcd in ti e
rnidrt of the
Finest Agricultural Region in the World,
Draining the rich valleys of the Flatte, Salt CrTk and Wahno. v.hich are I in
rapidly settled by industrious and intelligent fanners. Ashland has
THE WZTmftT WalTEB IWES5
Known in the. Htate, both upon Salt r-n l Vihoo creek1-. It is nt the f-rnon-Sa!t
Creek Ford, known to ali early se'tlf-rs r.r ) to all plain-'tncn on the South
Flatte route. Fine mills arc nire.i iy in .f ,;.. ; .is.
Of Ashland are not equaled by frrjy otb-r in'and i -iiit: in tho Sf:ite. ns- n tsh.r.f
at the map will sho-T. The Dur'incton tt Missouri Kiw-r Kailroad in N- lia
is now finished ainl cars runnintr to As-hlan I. and will lie completed to I:i 'ii
before the tino? of the sale. This is the ire;;t thro;ih rout.1 l.--;v.( n the
Atlantic and the Fa-ific, and will be compVted to a connexion with ti e nitiin
trunk of the Unitn 1'acifie road in a wry
railroad ftween the east and we-t that, has a through line (-xtendimr we t of th
Missouri river, hence it cannot fail to control a larjie shanj of the: thrmrh tra
between the Atlantic an-1 Facific. A point with the natural ad vimtarf ; whieh
surround Ashland, situated upon this line of mad, cannot fail to become important.
Tho town has not lss th:tn one thousand inhabitants at the present time, and
has several very fine brick and stone buildings.
Are now in process of erection. Iartie-i wishing to invest in real estate with ?.
view to a siieedy advance, will find this a rare op.portunity.
For further particulars addresd
RUNNER WALKING CULTIVATOR.
This M.iobinc with its improvements ami perfections fr t):e scuson (,f J4 i'iulif n.-i then
for ea equiil. 1 tieluw rneent wuic.j it is ?nil brinir: it witiioi lli rr.r-ui t t ry l:i:nu r. I '
uiUi-h ciitiiper th:in otht-r mm liincs tioiMf tlier.-tinc work. It i- nricb l;i:htei-. ir...r? ir. i-i- :-u 1
r;ille, fc.nd of ea.'icr uraft thiiii nay iiiui'liitie known, an.i ?re:it imjirov iin-nt over ti..- old v.;
cuiti vm ins wih f hovel plows or one hoi.-e cultivator. It .-i-itivniiis mi 1 liin.-lic-' a row m i'm
time, aTid willi the pati-nt reversible .-h'v-l-'. the enrih c."n be ttiro-rsi cittn-r i;ri,,.l or t-,,
corn Uy usin? this machine there will be no ncel for a hoe, una i hen dc.-ircd it will lull v
perfectly n.caubcuouc by li m l.
As will be cecn. this Cultivator h.i runnrrs instead of wheels. Thi- ci!i-l.! n to i.-.j'4f
machine lighter and with much li.-s riirune than fna hii;ns haw i;nr wheels. ni:.i 1,-niii:- im i. r
trear nut. liy using runners the D.a. line can oe coupled ranch i siiorter an-l ttieiir .Ii or.i:cr..: .
up to the end ol the plow beams, thereby cuu.-ing it to draw lighter and is ai.so oi vi'eat u-ivati
in turning at the end of the field.
With the patent draft nrmnu' tnent the we'.jrht is nil t.tl.c;i otT the ho'Toin cf;!i: ruiire.-i.
will re.niily be seen that it will uraw even li'hte. than leacbiues wi h whi'i-l-.
It will also run much iien-iier. and on r iA or e" 'u lirnk.n iir-iim-i it l::,s tri e:'.t n lv.-.T,
We a.-ik all ho are interested to examine this Maehinu bt-iore pun-ha -ii 1 'Li-.: wm! ,
that upon examination it wi!i be found to coatai'. tuanv jKlvantu us it a:! f.i'.T U'a;i.iiur
vators. After going through two yeui'tnis: Kucce.syfdliy, w-e have ut Invitation in wurrai.tit.K i
give perfect s iti.-fa.-lion in ev-rv resf eet. or money nfun iea al'.yr tii.il.
I'rice iS4.M cah ; J:jO.OO time.
a -i r a t'rrt'T n v
J.' MfcTXKfcu"' j Traveling AgenU
T r -y
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN DBY GOODS,
Groceries, Carpets, Boots and Shoes,
Under the Brooks House,
Mh'm Street, Plattsmouth, iNebraska.
JsajThe Hi'shest Pric Paid for Country Produce, Hides, Wool' Ac"
H. Chilson. four roilea north-east of Vv"eeTin
WHter. on the head of Cedar creek, will herd cat
tle during the eo m i n x Reason at thirty rent a
head put month for the seiucn. an-1 furuifh salt.
All rattle must he distinctly bradel or he will
t he. rcMf eMW fr lKt. .frju7uii!
kr-ta C-V tia
June 3rd and 4th, 1070.
OMAHA. T OIACIL OLUfFS.
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PLslTTSJUO U I hi .V ETIR.'ISKA
A pood S'jiortment ef M-eains oa h.iad.
al keep Thread. Oil. .Vee-tie. ,Vc.
Aitiehinoi to rent I v the ii-.-'ti.ii. ;
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Hrf.n i shorts Kxtta (1 . .o.l I , t:
Corn Meal l,L,"e:t' per ht.u ' . ,
rLOUit i:XC! f A N .''' 'o.'. " ,;
Whoa! pn.! Ci ra .-::.'. . ';" .;;
yj.feuilpt'ii r.,V It ."
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