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WASHINGTON. FRIDAY JULY 2, 1862
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WEEKLt NATIONAL REPIlLKiN.
Th undaralgned oommanoed, In th month of
December, 1801), th publication, In thla city, of
It It printed on larg ahaat, tw.nty-aevea
by forty-two Inohaa, uul la furnUhad at Iha low
prtora atatad below.
It eontalna all th original mattar of Ua
dally National JUptMiean, with th axoapllon
of looal news not mterssllng to oountry anb
aorlbara. It will fttva full reports of th proceedings of
Congress, and of tha otbsr departments of ua
National Oorsrnmsnt. "
It eontalna all tba news of tha day, foreign
and doraattlo, markets, Ac, Ao., aa wallas an
origlaal eerraspondanu from all part of tha
oountry. Tha miscellaneous dopartmant win
receive srolal attantlon. and. la an reaeeota,
the effort will b mad to establish tha oharaa
tar of th JVolional IttpiiUica as a Family
Washington bslng now th central point of
th onrrant military operation!, great attention
will be paid to furnishing th radar of th
MUiMol KtpMitan with full, and sspscleJly
with accurals, aeonnnta of the progress of the
war for the Union.
In politic!, the paper la Bapablloan, aaltaln.
Inf the Admlnlitratlon of Mr. Uneoln.
There la no other Bepnbltoan paper In the DU
trlot of Columbia, or In th vtolnlty or It, and
It ti bettered that roontvnuhav opauad to
euoh a paper an Important aphere of uaefhl
effort. The tlio haa ooma, whan the actual
admlnlatratlon of the Government upon Bapub
Hean prlnolplei will explode th misrepresen
tation! wbtoh bat made thoae prlsolplea so
dletastsfnlto th South.
But It li not only here, and In thla vicinity,
that the projector! of the National IttpvbKtxm
hope to make It useful. Tc Uie whole oountry
they offer a Journal wnlohwlll dlsonas national
politic! from a national standpoint, and whloh
will never be swerved from patrlotlo duty by
any overpowering pressure of looal Interest.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Ooeoopy, onaa 11.00
?ur oopiea, m year IJIKS
FIT ooplee, one year 700
Ten ooplet, one year 11.00
Twenty copies, ime year ,....30.00
One oopy, si month! 1.00
Three copies, alt month! 1.M
Fire ooplea, atz months .'. SM
Ten ooptea, all month! 8.00
Twenty ooplea, all menths 10.00
I'aymenta always In advance.
When a Club of aubsorlbera haa been for.
warded, additions may be made to it on th
same terras. It le not neoessary that the sub
Horlbers to a Club should reoelv. their paper!
at the same poet offio.
Honey may be forwarded by mall, at our
risk. Larg.i amounts can be remitted lo Traai'
ury notes, or drafu on Boaton, Mew York,
Philadelphia, or Baltimore; entailer amount
it ffold, or In notes of aNvsot banks. Addreaa
W. J.-i.OJVTAUII CO,
Wathinglon, V. O.
Mf TBI DilLT N ATI OH it RsrCBLIOlN U pUl-
llflinj every morning, (HnmUya oicepted.) at
ho follow Idr ratoai '
One oopy, one yar $SJ0
?iv oopla, odo year. 16.00
Oooocpy, li montlii 1.T6
FTvo ooplea, ill monthi 7.(0
On oopy, three month 1.00
OVKICK U. PKNITlCIITIAaY,
Witimaioif, D. C., July ti. ISfli.
HKALKU FKOP08ALH will be reoetred at UU
offloe until AUgnit 4tb, IMS, atlso'eloek ra., for
larnUhlng and d.UTcrlu the following article, th
oomlig year, at the united Btate FealUntiary,
nuouBWOi ii , i
2,000 mi. of tnebtiHi
ter Sol Leatl
tri a lila
1 finality of oak taantd, ilaoih
tther, weight from lMo at Ibi.
i.ooo tt. or oak-tanned Wax Leather, from ilanghifr
hldfi, wll flntihcd Fire eldee or tbU
quillty will be required lor a sample.
'.,000 lbi of Broom 0rn. medium Uo, a o.tullty
that wlil work ltieir, and make a good
quality of broonu.
4,009 No. l baM Baoom Uandlce.
mm lbi. Tin Wire, belt quality.
fc:)0 ' BroomTwtne,bMtquaUty,aMCfrtideolori.
The abore quantity to be dillnred rooatbjy.
1100 y J, cf itriped Cloth, etrlpei to be of light
drab and blneb)aek oolor, abovtalnobee
wide, oott in warp and woollen Ailing
600 y di. ol 1 ghter Cloth , eame .tripe, for ihtrti.
l.ooo " of ootton twlUed shirting, 5 yd. wide.
Tbe abore olotb to be a beary, Hrrlceable
6 imali white Beaei
too lbi. Cod ruh
600 " Surer
100 lbi. Rice
The above grooerlei to be lornuoed tbe let
of each month.
3(0 lb of frwh Beef, wtenout bone, per day, for
four daye In each week
160 lbi. of coraed Beef, without bone, one day In
loo tone whit ath egg Coal, to be delivered In the
mnnih ftf fUnfcmhar
Uamolei of Uolanei muit not be Iim than K cat. .
Uice, ioap, ctffie andngar mutt bo elbe. earn
plei All tbe above article- will vary la quantity , ae tbe
ooneumptlon or the Penitentiary may reqatro
All bille will be paid InSMow dayi from the
time or the delivery of the goodi, If fornUned ao
oordlog to agreement; If not, all monere wbieh may
be due wUlbe forfeited. '
rropoaeiiWiUDeaatireiaeii toii i. ning. war-
deo, Wathlofton, O. C.
ana enaoreea "rropo
11. 1. KINO.
mo VIIK UWIOKIUI OV IDE AHalT,
Jut aniTed. a dlreot Imoorutlon
a. ud -tilt-
ICuttoa, rroa Earope, a very doe and lares aeeqrt
nieat ef alarlae, Opera, (eld aliases, and T1.-
m I will sell a vrrr little aboro tbe aoet
As to the qaelllies, there are none sap
bad. bsrlDf been seleoted parpoself for
nvr Ml u ll.il. uthu mwi imwwi. yu.yvmmtj avm
this market Also, a large and well aeiorted stoek
ol Opera atsseei,Mioroeootea,aold,illTer,Md steel
Anretaolee and Kye Ulaiees, raited to tbe slant br
l&e nee of an Optometer. A,ooiu.dereblo nomber ol
oertlficatee to be seen at my offloe, from gentlsmea
mi. bare been salted at mjr old establishment.
Ui Ceoiuylvanlaavtnnejbttwttii Fonr-ind-i
half anil Sixth strecti.
eieiat la vjw eteUra,
Uduua Utile Nil.
JVo. 171 Pemuyleanva om., HMitslow, B. 0.
Hooks boead la eTerTStt,Tark.T,Koraesa,Bas
MILL arTORtial. a., lsflsvaa.
Baiaea of rrovteions and clothier ,
PBOPORAUI. uleJ ni .sdaraad OITer lor
Small ataru," an , wul be ttoeliad at this Vurssa
until s e'elock, p. m.on Monday, tks 4ih dayef
AtiiutBazt,torfanlthli( end deJlTerina; (on n
ottflsi ten daya' aoOoe) at the naty yards at Hoe
too, KassMhosttU; Brooklyn, New Tork; and PM1
aaelphli.Pnaetrranla.luob qualities emit of he
artlalea nsaisd I a tha Mlowlng elasses ss may be i e
qatred or orderad trom tha eoatrastor by tha Chief
of this Harea. r by tha raspseUre oommandmt
emeers of tha said nary yards, dsrlsg ths flaeal year
tadlag toth of Jane, lie), tls :
Salt water Soap.
Tie aaaa eaaieaa) ha en mai flanlsee i fWttn (WtMAsm Htil
oil, ud tt of ttw b)t gmilitr, dnoaUttl whlW
Mlt mttr mp," ud M o1tTtrtd on thirty dtyi'
DOlN u BOM vnn D9Xa Ol BawnieS i poonuiueiau,
ftBd,trlflfpetkni,tai tozet mrt b booptdat
Meh na at th zmum of th eoatnetor.
A ootttrmet will bo mid for aoo,ooo ponndj, tad
mehfarthor qnntltlM u may to nqiirod durtac
Jack kalTM tteUton
poow nootilM, ptr Moo
Xaoori la tlaglo earn .Ccaopntn
Baoor itiaps Doad ? Battont.
GUI aaglo Coat Buttons Gilt oaji Vt Btttotu
Do modlvn do
India rnbr or gatta ptraha fchitlrf Boxm
draai tor Hati
Bewnz,ln X lb. cakee, Blacking, boxee of
Cotton idooIj of Htm. 13 and 1. BOO vardi aaeh. t
oorrif, equal part.
Thread, blaek asd whit. In Xpovmi package,
equal to ManhaU'e bcit quality, and la euoh propor
lion h na7 vw rvqixva.
due, eewioa:. oiae oiacs, pura niau iror weigoi ;
wrapper notlaolaedlper onnee, la K pound peek-
jSlbbon, hat, bit Franah blaek, yardi to th
pteoe, width lMlnohce
iipj,wniii unra.v Tartu in Maieiui, iuch .viaej.
rP-J l.l..b t.illLl aaie d ..4. l l..k i
myw, viiui, twuieu uuiiyu, v aiu au avuejiu, y
rMKot uanaKeronun. cotton, rut colon-, ry so
lichee, weight not leee than 2 oi. each, texture I by
I to K Inch
(UUMmmS a( Yrw Tork only )
Mutard Seed Bottlee lor Muetard an;
Blaek Feppar Pepper
Corki for Mmuru and
Th oandltc most be elxee," of prima af lard
etaiiine, B 10 loohee In length, exdaiue of tip, els can
dim! to walaTh not Ihb than 14 oaDOi 60-100. nor mora
than 19 oaacee. and b paid for aooordlng to the aa
tual weight, without reft-saoe to oosamerotal neaf t
th melung point not to be lee than 140 degreee
flMumwik Aum wis mtumrn um pmiMiii tuu vuiu
posad of It ootton thread of tha b tt quality ol No I
yam. mt iMuiiea 10 om aiiivina on vnj aaje
uotio, In good boxee,eontalalDg about 30 poonda
eaoh, and u box tob marked with th contractor'
nam and Ut, wtignt oi toe canuiei
A oontraat will do made for 100.000 Doundi.aud
neh further quantity ae may b require! during th
All the artlole named In a elaee muit be Included
la the offer.
Betfora OMntBaT tha nroDoaali tha Borcau will ?
tlaut th probabl want of tb eervle for th year
of thoa aruelea the quaatitSe ot waleh an not ipe
eifled, and make that estimate th ataadard by whloh
to decide In aeotrtalsing' and determloiog the lowe.t
aggregmw oia lor win nisn.
All tha foreman artlelee muit be of the but anal-
ity,andoonformablaln all reepMU to theiample
depoeited at eald navy yards, aqd lubjeot to uch ln
ipeotlon at the navy yard where delivered aa the
Chief ot tbe Bureau mar direct; the Inipectlog on
cer to be appointed by tb Navy Department.
All tha artlelee to be delivered free of anr loci-
dental expenee to the Government, In proper veieeli
or package, and the prloe of each artlole mart be the
ame at the reepectlve plaeee of delivery. Package
in whloh the above artlole are delivered muit be
mavrtud with their ooatantf. and the name or tba
contractor, and be mmoient to loeure their tempora
ry tan keeping
Uoni other than hie raaldenoe, that no delay may
arte tn furoliblng what may b required; and when
th contractor or agent talli, promptly to oomply
with a reqalcitlon, the Chief of the fiareaa or Pro
Tieion and Clothing ihall ba anthorlaed to direct
purohaeea to ba made to lopply the defloleney, under
the penalty to ba oxprewea in the oontraot; the reo
ordof arequliition.or adoplloat oopy thereof, at
IDt OUBaleMJaVI" inifei nwyuu MJatVICI ta)Ut)i VI
too uareaa oi rroTiuone ua v;iuuuDg,or bi tuner
of th navy yarde aroreeald,ehaU baevldenoe that
Two or raor approved euretlee, in a eum equal io
iu muuna aunouit oi xum cgauicti wui uv rr
quired, and twenty per oentum tn addition will be
withheld from the amount of all paymtnte on ac
count thereof a collateral otouritjr, to eecarelu per.
fbrmanoe. and not lo anr event to be ttald until It Li
In all reipcct compiled with; eighty per outturn of
tha amomnt or ail noiivenee maa wiu oe paid oy tne
nary agent, la Certtaoate ot Iadebtednee or Treaa
nry notee, at tbe option ot the Government
Blank forma of DrODOaall mav ba obtained on an-
plioabuu to tha navy agenie at PorUmonth.New
uampenira, aweum, now wt ruuMamijtaimt utuu
num. anal al thla Barraa.
A record, or duplioate of the letter Informlaxa
btddar of tha aooeDtanoa of hi) DroDoaaJ. will do
deemed a noUfleatioo thereof, within tha meaning of
ina mi oi ao, a nu hn win ra nui man iwoepica
IB oomormiiy wnn iui mwenuMuaa
reotad la the act af Coagreee making apprDrlatloni
for the naval eervle fv 14041, approved loth ot
KTirr omr mui naun ua MDomMawa iaa oi
Auguet, 140 J by a written gaaraatee, ilgncd by one
or more reeponelble penone, to the effect that he or
they uadrfaka that the bidder or bidden will, If hie
or their bid be accepted, enter into au obllgatloo
wltblatea day, with good and inffleient i an tin,
to famiah tba euppUei propoeed. The Bureau will
not b obligated to conilder any propoaal nnleri no
eoniDanlad dt the xuarautee reo aired br law : the
eaeDpateacyoftha gaaraatee to be oertmed by Ua
navy agen, unoi wwrnvj, or iui svunwr oi am
lktmtUntwfbvldoriUwHX to tUtamyiaand dt
tenpitm (f arttclf i rgwwl, ae, ft tK insytctton hrfor
rmfiUm ojvMtmtricUtomparitmwiab madtUtvxm
(ae artidM efm& amitk fmpUt and oontraa, txiwg
tvmt thai ft.ubdov.Oumn: and tktxr otimivm u alio car.
fici4ariy krxtI to Oujtfnt rmdutum of ill March, 1164,
awl lo Ae ad if 10A attywei, 1840.
SYHOPlla o- VIIU PUBSIDKNT'I
Proelanse.tloH, for tbe offering ol
upwards of4,400 000 asres of land la Oregon.
It ordsrs publlo sales In the Htats or Ossaoa, ae
At the land offloa at Oaseoa Citt. on ths ath ol
Oetober. lsai. of one bandred and flfir elabt town.
shlpi and parts of townihlps heretofore unoffered,
west ui ui. wn.n. ..v --, Hu ,uiih u. iui
tliot of Isads sableot to sale at Oregon City.
At tbe land onus at Boessoae. oo tbe 13th of Oo
tobelltt.of ens hendredendaftv-lourtownihlpe
andMrtsoftowniblpsheretofor. unoffered, weet ol
tha Oeeoade Moutatoj-and wlttun tbe dlstrlet ot
lands snbjeot to sale at etoeebarg.
Aneiaaos wuioe oaerea wiui ui uiuu eaevp
tloas f school sections, an.
No mineral lands an to b. offered, eaoh leads
being expreislf exoepted and exoluded from sate
by act of Ooarrees.
The sales wUl be kept open until tbe leads are all
offered, which Is to be aooompllthed within two
weeks, and no longer, and no private entry of say
of the lands will bs admitted until after tbe expira
tion of the two weeks.
Pre-emption olatmuts are required to eetablbb
their claims to tbe satlilutlon or the proper Keglater
and Receiver, and make payment for the eame on or
before th. day appointed for the eonuaenoement ol
tbe publlo sales, otherwise their claims will be tVr
faiuid. J. M.KDMUNDB,
Commissioner of tbe deaeral Land OBtoo.
UsnaAiIiAU, umoa, June in, un.
MnTLtTnder the reauletlOBS a? tbe DepartBMnt.
u heretofore and now exletlnt no payment can be
made for adrerttslag proolamsuoas, exoept to euob
EublUhers as ar. tctcuUtixuiiuiniedUt publu Nby th.
ommlaeloner of the Oenersl Land Omce.
laaeis wiaw tltar
VAN AMDKN'S I'ATBKT
COIITABLU COFVIFia l'lUCM,
HANNAH & CO.,
Bole Froprleton, 29 Cliff street, New York.
Two Blue $1.00 and $1.25.
MT On receipt ot prloe, a Frees will ba nailed to
any address, postage paid. Dseorlptlv. Clroalare
Mat li rsquastsd. stationers and AgeaU supplied
on Ubsral terme.
Aor Extraordinary Indaoaauata offend to latelll.
saTAtata anr se dwlm
UMB. W, IMS. FafiB. V, lHtt4.
N0RT1EM CENTiUL KULWAY.
The ehorteat, qulekeet, and beet route from Haiti'
WtST, NORTH AND KORTHWB8T.
VIIANOK Oaf TIMHU
On And aftar Safid.v Feb'r 9.181. faaMaaM
Ttaiai will arrive and depart from Calvert utatfra
a followe i
THA TWA WORTH LHAVK.
Malt, at SU A.K
Buffalo Kxpriee ft.30 r. n
ParktonAoomodatlon ,.... oo KM
PltUburgandHatniburgKxpni;.a....am p M
TRAINS SOUTH ARRIVE.
Parkton AoeonuaodaUani a.o A.M.
Buffalo Exprew lao A.M.
FttteburgaodnarrlebnrgtCxprrei 3.00 P.M.
fail..," 0 30 r. M
, The e A. M. Train from VYashtngton eonnecte with
tha a.36 A.M. Train innn Belttmora forhe WeA
ad for Buffalo, Klmira, Booheeler, Dunkirk, Caiian
algaa, and Niagara Falle, aodf for New York
The 11 A. M. Train Iron Waehintion ooaaeote wtth
the 3.00 P. M. Train frun BatUmT,to West, North
and Northweet, and hnlr aa4 Buffalo asd Ro
Th 1.00 P. M. Train trom Waahmgtoa oonaeota
J 1th the a.10 P. M. Tram from Baltimore for Pitt
org, Ilarrubirg, and iha Wert, and li a direct oon
becuonfor Lebanon, Kaeton. Auentowai and New
Tork, via Central Railroad ot Ne w Jtrayy,
1v thU rente to Haw York
tr The only JTrein leavtue; baltfoor on Sunday
the! to P.M. Train, for Darrtiburg, Plttebarg.
bloago and th Wait. -
1 he only Train r tiring in Baltimore em Jtaada
tithe 130 A.M. Train.
fob J. M. l)QHAKUr,HBpt.
PhlladclphlQ, wiImlDgton, and Balumorc
XeX .. X XaJgL O aV 3D
On and after MONDAT, NOV. II, 1M1,
PA89ENOEU TRAIN 8 LKAVK PHrLADKL-
Vor Baltimore. at 180 a n,JUi.n .11.86 a.m..
ExpreiM and 10 W p. in
ForCaiuafer.atslFft m,U8a.m ,S4andl0 60
MfVT niUBIU)(WII,M V. Ill D IB . (U .
m , a.4 and lo 60 p. m.
or New CMtle. at 8.16 a. m. and 8 46 v. m.
or uoror, a n. a. m inn o t p. m,
TRAINS FOR PniLADKLFUIA
Leave Baltlmora at 8 ro a ro. , (txprwa.) 1 oe p
m . iLxDreri. a ffl and 7 1 m (Exnrew.i
Leave Wilmington at 7 .30 tod lias a. iu.,4.11.
s e, ana do p m.
x vavo oaiuuniT a ta p. m.
Leave Hilford at 4 66 p, m.
Lre Dover bt 0 a. m. '1 6.10 p. m
L. a New Caitla at la a m and 8 10 n. tn.
Leave Cheater at 8 90 a m., 1316, 4 60, and 9 K
Leave Baltimore a. BaUabary and Intermediate
itauonia.s30and7p. m.; toruover and intenne-
oiaio nauoni, a, j.uo p. .
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE
Leave Cbceter at 8,46 a. m . 13.06 and 11.20 1. m.
Leave Wilmington at 4 80 a. m., 9 24 a. m , 12 8t
p. m , and 12 a. m
FRUIOUT TRAIN, with PaMeagerOarattMhed
will rnaae follow:
Leave Philadelphia, for Perryrtlle and Intermc
diate plaoae, at 6.10 p. tn.
Leave Wllmlogton, for Perry villi and Intermedl
at plaeee, at T.10 p. m
Leave Baltimore, for Havre de Uraoo and loter
mediate etatloca, at 9 a. m.
ON SUNDAYB ONLY t
At 3 ao M m. aad 10 60 p. m trom Philadelphia to
At t from n<lmore to Phlladtli.hla.
1 be 8 so a.m. Train irom PhUadelphia to Haiti.
mor wlil rur "oily, MonOayt mM,
I.Ntft 1H'10M, VIA JlitlWPUIlT AND
iy rtiefulcndldandiupeiiorettian. . w
rnf f.TROPOLIB, tkiPlltK AaawaanBBaC
STAIR, BAY UTA1K, and 8TATK Oh UaINU.
of great elrength and npeed, bat particularly adapted
to The navigation of Long leland Sound, running lo
ooonoctlon with the Fall River and Old Colony
railroad, dlsuooe of M miles only to Bcitoa.
Leave Pier No 8, North river, ut tar Uw Uattery.
Ibe eteamer K.MPJRK STATK.Capt. Drayton,
Monde) i, Wednesday., and Frldayi,at4o'olooktP.
M.. touching at Newport eaoh way.
The iteanMir MKTKOPOL1S, Ci-i. Uiuwn, on
Tuetdayi, Thuredavri, aud batordeyi.at 4 0'okx.k,
P. M., touching nt Newport eaoh way.
Ibeee eteamere are fitted with couimodiiu . t
room!, and every arrangement lor the Koourity and
oomfortof paatengeri.who are afforded by tbU route
a nlgbt'e reet on board, and. on arrival at Fall river,
Broced per iteamboat train, reaching Boston early
following morning, or may rvmaln on board na
til itarting of the acoommodatlon at 8 A.M., by
which they may reaoU Ronton about 8 46 A. M.
A baggage matter la attached to eaoh itee&Mr, who
receive and Uckete tbe baggage, and aooompe&iee
the lime to lie deetinatlon.
Aeteamcr rose, In oonneotlon with thle line.b.
twveo Fall river and Provldenoe, daliy,eno6pt Baa
day. Freight to Boston ti forwarded through with great
dbpateh by aa kxpree Train, which leave kail
river every morning. Sunday excepted, at 7
oolook, fcr Boetoo and New BeMlonl, arrlvlo at lbs
destination at about 11 A M.
For treUhtor paaiajia, apply on boaml, oratto
omoe,on Pier No. 8, North river. For tate rooav
and bertha, apply on board, or IT desired to secure
them in advance, to
auk 17 U 10 and 71 WestetrMt.N Y
KW BOA1I-law OAHIi
FOB BOBTOlf, awe.
At S O'clock, P. .,
rlHB , N. K , FOOT OK VT.STBY BTKKBT,
The new eod megnldcut steamer CITY tlK BOS
TOU.Wu Wlloox conunaudtr, trom New York-.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, aad Uaturdays ; and from
New London Mondays, Wednesdays, and I rl-
ine QiwinaminuuinotKusmcru,! K ur ni!.v
YOKK.Tbomss u Jewett, oomejsnder, from New
York uondsyi, Wedneadeye, and Fridays: from
Nsw London TueeJays, Thursdays, aud Hater,
Inane two new iteatoers bare beenbuilt expreetly
(or this route, with all modern Improvements, In
eluding Water Tight Compartment, and ars the
onlr steamers ever built for Lone; Island fioaad,
with this great Ufe preserving Improvement.
Conductors acooupany tbe steamers each way.
raeeeagere proceed froea New London Irame
dlstely on arrival of steamers, by F.xprese Train to
Boston, Worcester, Lowell, Lawrence, Kltcbburg
Neabua-Conoord, the White Mountains, Ac , aa.
rueengere returing from boeton leave ths Depot
of the Jtoeton aud Worcester rallmad at A 80 f . at
Woraerter 1 1". M., arriving at New Louden ID
Freight taken at tba Lowest Kates, aud delivered
in Boston early the neat day.
State Itoome In abundance oan be had on board
steamers, or atth.fioetoa or New York office, la
advance. E. H. UAU1IN. Agent,
iniy-tf Plerft, ti.H.
PATluW VOIIHL AND BUIaC HAILUOA0.
Faseeager Trains leave eta Pavoala Ferrywanj
and Long Dook, from foot of Chambers streetfja
New York, u followe, vis:
Atl A. M., KXFstKSH, for Dunkirk, aud Buffalo,
and principal Intermediate buttons.
At I A. at -, at AI L, for Dunkirk , and tnleraedlaU
StAtlona. This Train remains ovsr night at F.lmlra,
and proceede the next morning.
At ; A M., MILK, dally, for OttsvtUe, and Inter
At 11 A. M , ACCOUUODA HON, dally, (or Fort
jervis, ana unoeiiiai bhuuu
At F. M., WAY. for Mlddlstown, Newbargh
and Intsrmsdlata BUtlooi
At a F. at., NIOUT KIl'KKBa, dally, lor Dun
kirk, Buffalo. Canandalgus, aud pilaulpal Stationa
1 be Train of Baturday stops stall Mall Train BU
tlens. and runs only to Elmlra
At e F. at., AOCOMHODATION, for Horace
vine, ana principal oiauuua
' CIIAB. MINOT Uen'IBup't.
ixrABiuiiuToa citv oaitDtcii.
VV WATif rvKK a rxNi'r,
Bdween lint and ,Vbnd SUccU,
Th. eubaorlbsr respectfully lurorma tbe publlo
thst he use rs opened the above plesaant retreat tor
this season, and that hereafter, on svery MON DAY
and T1IVKHPAY, at s o'clock p. ra , (here will be
a Hand of Music In attendance
A fine Ten pin Alley and Shooting (Hilary have
been erected lor the amusement of vi.ltors
(Mnba and Aeeooi.tlona can have th. dm of th.
Gsrdsn by living notice to tbe proprietor, lie
B ledges himself tbet be will use hie beat endeavors
iplsssa all who will honor him with their preeenoe,
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES
Pasitd at (As Stconi Huston of Ihi Thirty
. itvtnih OonoTUi.
Pcbuo No. 98.
AK ACT to aid In the construction of a rail
road and telegraph line from the Iflesoutl
river to th Pacific ocean, and lo secure to tha
Government the use of, the same for postal,
military, and ether purposes.
Bt li tnacltd by tt. SmaU and Uouu o Hep
rrimladusa of (As Unlttd Safes of America in
Otmgrut asitmbltd, That Walter 8. Burgees,
William P. Blodiet, Benjamin II. Cheerer,
Charles FoMlok Fletcher, of Rhode Island ; Au
jtuatus Brewster, Benry I'. Haven, Ooroellna
S. Bnahnoll, Henry Hammond, of Connecticut ;
Isaac Sherman, Dean Richmond, Royal Phelps,
William H. Ferry, Henry A. Paddock, Lewis
J.Stancllff, Charles A. 8ecor,Bamnel U. Camp
bell, Allied E. Tllton, John Anderson, Axarlah
Boodr.John B. KenndT. H. barter. Joaenh
Field, Benjamin F. Gamp, Orvllle W. ChlldsJ
Alexander J. uergen.uen. sioiiraay, v. n. tier
bey, S. DeWllt Bloodgood, William H. Grant,
Thomas W, Olcott, Samuel B. Haggles, Jamee
B. Wilaon. of Mew York: Enhraim Marah.
Oharlea II. Harker, of Neat Jersey j John Ed.
gar inompaoo, Awnnmin uaywooa, joeepn it.
Bcranton, Joseph Harrison, George W. Cans,
John H. Bryant, Daniel J. Morell, Thomas II.
Howe, William F. Johnson, Robert Finney, Jno.
A. Green, E. R. line, Charles F. Wellajuator,
of Pennsylvania; Noah L. Wilson, anus Stone,
William H. Clement, B. B. L'Hommedleu, John
Brough, William Dannlaon, Jacob Bllcklnader.
fer.of Ohio; William U. HcPheraon, a W.Wells,
Wlllard P. Hall, Armstrong Beatty, John Cor
by, of Missouri; B. J. Henaley, Peter Dona
hue, G. P. Huouogtoo, T. D. Judah, James
Bailey, Jamee T. Byao, Cbarlea Hoamer,
Charles Marsh, D. O. Mills, Ramnel Bell, Louli
McLane, Georgo W, town, Charles McLaugh
lin, Timothy Dan. ;, John R. Roblnron, ot Call,
fornla; John Atchison and John D. Winters, 'I
tbe Territory of Nevada; John D. Campbell,
R. N. Rice, Charles A. Trowbridge, and Ran.
som Gardner, Oharlea W. Penny, Charles T.
Gorham, William McOonnell, of Michigan;
William F. Coolbangh, Lucius J. Langworthy,
HughT. Reld, Hoy t Sherman, Lyman Cook,
Samuel R. Curtis, Lewia A. Thomas, Piatt
Smith, or Iowa; William B. Ogden, Charles G.
Hammond, Henry Farbum, Amoe O. BabcOLX,
W. SeldeawGale, Nehemlab Bruhnell, and Lo
renzo Ball, of Illinois; William H. Bwlft, Sam
uel T. Dana, John Bertram, Franklin B. Stevens,
Edward R. Tinker, of Uaancbosetts; Franklin
Gorln, Laban J. Bradford, and John T. Levis,
of Kentucky: Jamei Dnnnlnar. John M. Wood.
Edwin Noyee, Joseph Eaton, of Maine; Henry
II. Baxter, George W. Collamcr, Henry Keyes,
Thomas H. Canlleld, of Vermont; William S.
Ladd, A. M. Berry, Benjamin F. Harding, of
Oregon; William Buon, junior, John Catlin,
Levi sterling, jonn inompson, sunn u. i'sii
lips, Walter D. Mclndoe, T. & Stoddard, E.
II. Brodhead. A. H. Virgin, of Wisconsin:
Charles Paine, Thomas A. Morris, David
C. Branham, 8amuel Hanna, Jonas Vo-
taw. Jtaie L. Williams, Isaac C. Blston, of In
diana; Thomas Swan, Cbauncey Brooks, Kd-I
ward wiisins, or Maryiana; i rancis k. a. uor.
nell. David Blakeiv. A. D. Seward. Henrv A.
S wilt, Dwight Woodbury, John HeKnilck, John
R. Jones, or Minnesota; Joseph A. GUmore,
Ubailcs W. Woodman, of New Hampshire; W.
tl. urimea, J. u. stone, unester i nomas, jolo
Kerr. Werter R. Davis. Luther C. Cballlas. .'o-
aiah Miller, or Kansas; Gilbert C.Monell and
Augustus Kottntz. T. Si. Marquette. William II.
Taylor, Alviu Sauuders. of Nebraska; Jctnrt
Kvaus, ot Cqlorado; together with Sfa ccm
miseloners to be appointed by the Secretary of
tbe Interior, and all persons who shall or nay
be associated with them, aud their successors,
aro hereby created and erected into a body
corporate and politic in deed and In law, by
tbe name, etyle, and title of " The Union Pa
olAo Railroad Company;" and by that name shall
have perpetual succession, and shall be able
to sue and to ba sued, plead and ba implead
ed, defend and be di,ended, in all courts of
law and equity within th United States, and
may make and have a common seal; and the
aild corporation la hereby authorized and em
powered to lay out, locate, construct, furnish,
maintain, ami enjoy a continnour railroad ana
telegrupn, wttn me appurtenances, irom a
ootut ou the one hundredth nuridlan of loogi-
tude west from Greenwich, between the
south margin of the valley of the Repub
lican river ana toe norm margin or tne vai
luv ol the Platte river. In tbe Territory
of Nebraska, to tbe western boundary of Nevada
Territory, upon the route and terms be eluaf tor
provided, and la hereby vested with all the
powers, privileges, and Immunities necessary to
carry Into effect tbe purposes of this act as
herein set forth. Tbe capital atook of said com
pany shall consist of one hundred thousand
shares of on thousand dollars each, which shall
be subscribed far and btld In not more than
two hundred shares by any one person, and
ahall be transferable In each manner as the by
laws of said corporation shall provide. The
persons hereinbefore named, together with those
to be appointed by the Secretary of the Interior,
are nereny constituted ana eppointea commis
iloneri, and euch body ahall ba called the
Board ol Commissioners of tee Union Pacltio
Railroad and Telegraph Company, and twenty
live ahall constitute a quorum for the transac
tion of business. The first meeting of said board
shall be held at Cbloago at such time as tbe
commissioners Irom Illinois herein named ahall
appoint, not more than three uor less than cm
month after tbe passsge of this aot, notice of
which shall be given by them lo the other com
missioners by depositing a call thereof In the
Sost office at Chicago, post paid, te their ud
ress, at least forty days before sitd meeting,
and also by publishing said notice in one daily
newspaper In each of the cities of Chicago and
Salut Louis. Said board shall organize by the
choice Irom lis number of a president, secre
tary, and treasurer, end they shall require from
said treasurer euch bonds as may be deemed
proper, and may Irom time to lime Increase the
amount thereof aa they may deem proper. It
shall be the duty ol said board of commission
ers to open books, or cause books to be opened,
at such times and In such principal ritlea In
tha United State, aa they or a Quorum of them
ahall determine, to receive aubscrlptlona to the
capital stock of said corporation, and a cash
payment of ten per centum on all subscrip
tions, and to receipt theretor. So toon as two
thousand shares shall be in good faith sub
scribed for, and ten dollars per share actually
paid into the treasury ol the company, too said
tiresldent and secretary of said board of com-
minloners shall appoint a time and place for
the first meetlnir of the subscribers to tbe stock
or said company, and Bhall give notice thereof
In at least one newspaper in each State in which
subtcrlptlon books have been opened, at least
thirty days previous to the day of meeting, and
such subscribers as ahall attend tha meeting
so called, either In person or by proxy,
bhall then and there elect by ballot not less
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and In such election each share or said capital
slock shall entitle the owner thereof to one vole.
The president and secretary or the board vt
commissioners shall act as Inspectors or said
election, and shall certify under their bauds
tbe names or the directors encted at sold meet
lug; and tbe said commissioners, treasurer, and
secretary shall then deliver over to said direc
tors all the properties, subscription books, and
other books in their possession, and thereupon
the dutlea or said commissioners and the offi
cer! previously appointed by them shall cease
and determine forever, and thereafter the
khotder shall constitute said body polltlo
ana corporate. At in lima ot in nrsi aid
erch triennial eltotlon of directors br th stock
holders, two additional directors shall be ap
pointed by the President of the United States,
Who ahall act with the body or directors, and to
be denominated directors on the part ol the Gov
ernment ; any vacancy happening in tha Gov
ernment directors at any tl-ne may be filled by
tbe President or the United Btates. The direc
tors to be appointed by the President shall not
be stockholders In the Union Paciflo Railroad
Company. The directors so chosen shall, as
soon as my be after their election, elect Irom
their own number a president and vice presi
dent, ana snail uao aieci a treasurer ana eecre
tnrv. No person ahall be a director in said com
fiany unless he shall be a bona fii owner of at
east Or shares or stock in the said company,
txaept the two directors to be appointed by tbe
President as aforesaid. Bald company, at any
regular meeting of tha stockholders called lor
ibat purpose, shall bsve power lo make
bylaws, rules and regulations as tbey shall
Seem needful aud proper, touching the dlspo-
fitlon of tho stock, property, estate and effects
f the compaoy, not Inconsistent herewith, tha
raosfer or shares, the term of office, dnlies
and conduct cf their officers and servants, and
tall matters whatsoever which mav appertain to
the concerns or laid company; and the said
poard of director! shall have power to appoint
vuca engineers, ngonis aaa Buounuuaies aa may
from time to time be necessary to carry into
tiled th object oi this act, and to do all act!
sou miogs luucuing toe iuckmuq auu cuueiruu
tlon ol said road and telegraph. Said direc
tors may require payment oi subscriptions to
the capital stock, after due notice, at such
times and in such proportion! as they shall
deem necessary to complete tbe railroad and
telegraph wltiin tha time in this act pre
set Ibed. Bald president, vice president and
directors sh ill hold their cmoe It three years,
and until their eucoeeaora are duly elected
and qualified, or for such It-is Hun as the by
laws of the rorporatlon may pn-eorlba ; and
a majority ol said dlreclois .ball constitute
a uuornm for the trausaetlon of business
Tbe secretary and treasurer shall give snch
bonds, with euch security, as the said board
shall Irom time to time require, and aball hold
their offleea at the will and pleasure of the
dlreotors. Annua teetlngs of the stockholders
or th said corpoi ..on, tor the choice of on
cers (when they-are to be chosen) and Tor th
transaction of annual business, shall be holden
at tneb time and place and upon such notice
as may be prescribed in tha by-laws.
Bee. 2. And at U further eruofeti, That the
right of way through tho publlo lands be and
tne same la nereny grantoa to saia company
for lb construction of said railroad and tele
graph line; and the right, power, and authori
ty la nereov rrtven to saia company to taae
from the public lands adjacent to the line of
aaia roaa, eartn, atone, umoer, ana ovuer ma
terlala for the construction thereof ; said right
or wav la srranted to said railroad to the extent
of two hundred feet In width on each side of
said railroad where ft may pass over the pub
llo lands. Including all necessary grounds for
stations, buildings, workshops, and depots, ma
chine shops, switches, side tracks, turntables,
and water stations. The United Blatea shall
extlntrulsb aa rapidly as may be. the Indian
titles to all lands fulling under the operation of
this act and required for the auid right or way
cad grant hereinafter made.
see. :s. Mvn os u juruur macua, inai mere
be and la hereby granted to the said company.
for the Durrjoseot aiding lo the construction of
said raiiroaa ana tetegrapn line anu to secure
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tbe sale and speedy transportation ot tne malls,
troops, munitions or war, and publlo stores
thereon, every alternate section or publlo land,
deshrneted bv odd numbers, lo the amount of
Are al ,nate sections per mile on each side of
said railroad, on the line tnereor, ana within
the limits or ten miles on each side or said road,
not sold, reserved, or otherwise disposed or by
the United States, and to which a pre emptton
or homestead claim may not have attached, at
the time the line of said road Is definitely fixed:
ProvUlal, That nil mineral lands shall be ex
cented from the operation of thla act: but where
the eame shall contain timber, the timber there
on Is hereby granted to said company. And all
such lands, so granted by this section, which
shall not be sold or deposed of by said compa
ny wlthlu three years alter the entire road shall
have been completed, shall be subject to settle
ment and pre-emption, like other lands, at n
prloe not exceeding one dolUr and twenty fire
cents per acre, to oe pnm to sain company.
Sec. 4. itiul te tt rurtter enacted. That when
ever said company shall have completed forty
consecutive miles of uny portion of said ruil
road and telegraph line, ready for the service
contemplatea uy this act, ami supplied with
alt necessary arotns, culverts, viuuucts, cross
lnffi. eldinzs. bridges, turnouts, watering pla
ces, depots, tqulpments, furniture, aud all other
appurtenancis of a Orst-closs railroad, the rails
and all the other Iron used In the construction
a -d onuinnieut ol aaid rood to be American
manufacture (if the beat quality, the Prealdent
or the United states shall appoint three com
miislonoii to examine the same aud report lo
him in relation thereto; and li it shall appear
to him that forty consecutive miles of said rail
road and telegraph line have been completed
and equipped in all respect as required Dy
thla act. then, upon cartiBcato of said commis
sioners to that effect, patents shall Isiue con
veying the right and tmo to saia lands to esia
company, on uacb side or the road as lar as the
same Is completed, lo the aiununt aforesaid ;
and patents shall In like manner buna as each
forty miles of said railroad and telegraph line
are completed, upon certificate or said com
mlsiloncrs. Any vacancies ocourrlng In said
board or commlaslooera by death, resignation,
or otherwise, ahall be filled by the Prealdent
or tbe United Slates: J'rovUal, Aouxtier, That
no such oommlselonera shall be appointed by
the President or the United Slates unlove there
ahall be presented to him a statement, verified
on oalb by tho President or said company, that
such forty miles have been completed, in the
manuer required by this act, aud aetting forth,
with certainty, the points where suoh lorty
miles begin, and where tbe same eud ; which
oath shall be taken before a jadge of a court
Sec. fi. Ami be U further enactnl, That for
the purposes hereiu mentioned the Secretary til
the Treasury shall, upon the certificate in writ
log of said oommlseloaera of the completion and
equipment ot forty consecutive miles of said
railroad and telegraph. In accordance with tbe
Erovlsions or this act, issue to said company
onds of the United States of one thousand del-
lais eaoh, payable In thirty years after date,
bearing six per centum per annum Interest,
(said Interest usvable semi annually.) which
interest may be paid tn United States Treasury
notes or uoy otner money ur currency wmcu
the United States have or shall declare lawful
money and a legal tender, to tbe amount ol
sixteen of said bonds per mile for such section
nf forty miles: and to secure tho repayment to
tho United States, as hereinafter provided, of
lb amount ot saia oonus bo issuea ana deliv
ered to said company, together with all interest
thereon which shall have been paid by the Uni
ted States, the issue of said bonds and delivery
to the company shall ipso facto constitute a
first mortgage on the whole line or the railroad
aud telegraph, together wttu tne roiling buck,
Allures, and nrcnertv of every kind and de-
ncrlntiuii. aul In consideration or which said
bonds may be Issued; and on the refusal or
rallura 01 said company to redeem said bonds,
or any part ol thorn, when required so to do by
the Secretary or the Treasury, lu accordance
with the provieions or this act, the eald rood,
with all the rights, functions, Immunities, and
appurtenances thereunto belonging, and also
all lands granted lo the Bald company by the
United mates, wnicn, ai ins time ot said de
fault, shall remain In th ownershlD of lb eald
company, may be taken possession of by the
Secretary of the Treasury, for the as and ben-
em or u unitsn tjtatss: rrovwa, this sec
tion shall not apply to Ibat part of any road
Sec. C. .And oe if further enacted, That the
grant! erorceaia are made upon condition mat
said company shall pay said bond! at maturity,
and shall keep said railroad and telegraph line
in repair ana use, ana ueit at ail times trans
mit dispatches over said telegraph line, and
transnort malls, troons. and munitions of war.
supplies, and public stores upon said railroad
for lb Government, whenever required to do
so by any Department thereof, and that the
Government shall at all times have the prefer
ence In the nee of the eame for all the purposes
aforesaid, (at (air and reasonable rates of com
pensation, not to exceed the amount paid by
private parties for tha same kind ot service;)
and all compensation for services rendered for
the Government ahall be applied to the pay
ment of said bonds and Interest until th whole
amount la fully paid. Said company may also
nay the United Slates, wholly or In part. In the
same or other bonds. Treasury notes, or other
evldincee of i!ebt againat the United Stele, to
ae allowed at par; ana alter said road is com
Dieted, until said bonds and Intern! are said,
at least five cer centum of the net arnlnn of
earn roaa snail also oe annually applied to the
See 7. And be U further enacted. That said
company shall file their assent to this act. un
der the seal of aald company, la the Depart
ment oi ue interior, witnin one year alter in
passage of this act, and ahall complete said
railroad and telegraph from the point ef be
ginning, as hereia provided, to the western
boundary of Nevada Territory before the first
day of J nlv. one thousand eight hundred and
aeventy-four : i'roiAleJ, That within two years
After the passage ol this act said company shall
designate the general route of said road, aa
near as may be, and shell rile a map of the
same in toe Department ol me luierior, where
upon the Secretary of tbe Interior ahall cause
the lands within fifteen miles of said designated
route or routes, to be withdrawn from pre emp
tlon, private entry, and sale; and when any
portioo ot aald route ahall ba finally located,
the Secretary or the Interior ahall cauae the
aald la-da herelnbeforo granted to be anrveyed
and set oft" as Isst aa may ba necessary for the
purposes herein nsmed : Provided, That In fix
ing tne point oi connection oi toe main irtina
with the eastern connections. It shall be fixed
at th most practicable point for the construc
tion of the Iowa and Missouri branches, as
Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That the
line of eald railroad and telegraph shall com
mence at a point on the one hundredth meri
dian of longitude west from Greenwich, be
tween the south margin of the valley of the
Republican rlrer and the nrrth margin of the
valley of the Platte river, In the Territory of
Nebraska, at a point to be fixed by the Presi
dent of the United States, after actual surveys;
thence running westerly upon tbe moat direct,
central, and practicable route through the ter
ritories of the United States, to the western boun
dary of the Territory of Nevada, there to meet
and connect with the line or the Central Pacific
Railroad Company or California.
Sec 9. And be it further enacted. That th
Leavenworth. Pawnee, nnd Western Railroad
Company of Kansas are hereby authorized to
construct a railroad and telegraph line from
toe Missouri river, at tne mourn oi toe ivansos
river, on the south side thereof, so as to con
nect with the Pacific railroad or Missouri to the
aroreaald point on the one hundredth meridian
of longitude weal irom Greenwich, as herein
provided, upon the some terms ana condi
tions la all respects as aro provided In this
act for tl e construction of the railroad and
telegraph line first mentioned, and to meet and
connect with the same at the meridian of lon
gitude aforesaid; and In cose tbe general route
or line of road, from the Missouri river to the
Rocky Mountains, should be so located as to
require a departure northwardly from tbe pro
posed line of aald Kansas railroad before It
reaches the meridian of longitude aforesaid, th
location or said Kansas road trial I be mode so
as to conform thereto; and aald railroad through
Kansas shall be so located between the month
or the Kansas river, as aforesaid, and the afore
said point, on the one hundredth meridian of
longitude, that tha several railroads from Mis
souri and Iowa, herein authorized to connect
with the samo, cau make connection within
the limits prescribed In this act, provided
the same can be done without deviating Irom
the general direction of the whole Hue to
tbe Pacific ooost. Thu route la Kaunas west
of the meridian of 1-ort Kilev lo tbe aforesaid
point on the cne hundredth meridian of lon
gitude, to be subject to the approval of the
President ot tne untfu suttee, and to be de
termined by him ou actual survey. And said
Kansas company may proceed to build sold
rairoaa to toe aioresaiu point on tne one nun
dredth meridian of longitude west from Green
wlch lu the Territory of Nebraska. Tbe Cen
tral Pacific Railroad Company of Oalllornla. a
corporation' existing under tbe laws ot tbe
State ol California, are hereby authorized to
construct a railroad and telegraph line from
tba Puclttc coast, at or neur San Francisco, or
tbe nav gable waters ol too Sacramento rlt er.
f to the eastern boundary ol California, upon the
same terms ana conditions, in all respects, as
are contained In this act tor tho construction
or said railroad aud telegraph line first men
tioned, and to meet and connect with tbe first
mentioned railroad and telegraph line on the
eastern boundary ol California. Each or said
companies shall file their acceptance of the
conditions of this act In the Department of tho
Interior within six months alter the passage ol
Sec. 10. And be it further enactnl, That the
said company chartered by tbe State of Kan
sas shall complete one hundred miles of their
eald road, commencing at the mouth ol the
Kansas river as aforesaid, within two years after
filing their assent lo the conditions of this act,
as herein provided, and one hundred mllea per
year inereaiter until ine wnoia is completed ;
and the eald Central Pacific Railroad Company
of California shall complete fitly miles of their
said road within two years after tiling their
assent to I he provisions of this act, as herein
provided, aud fllty miles per year thereafter
until tha whole Is completed ; and oiler com
pleting their roads, respectively, said compa
nies, or either of them, may unite upon equal
terms with the first named comoanv In con
structing so much of said railroad and tele
graph lino ana branch railroads and telegraph
lines in this act hereinafter mentioned, through
the Territories from the State or California to
the Missouri rlrer, as shall then remain to be
constructed, on the same terms and conditions
as provided in this act In relation to tha laid
Union Pacltio Railroad Company. And tho
Hannibal and Saint Joseph Hallroad, the Pacific
Railroad Company of Missouri, and the first
named oompany, or either of them, on filing
their assent to this aot, as aforesaid, may unite
upon equal terms under this act, with the
saia Kansas company in constructing said rail
road and telegraph to said meridian of longi
tude, with the consent of the aald State of Kan-
aos: and in case said first-named aomnanv shall
complete their line to the eastern boundary ef
iaiuornia oeiore it is compieiea across saia
State by the Central Pacific Railroad Company
or California, said first-named company Is here
by authorized to continue In constructing tbe
same through California, with tbe consent of
laid State, upon the terms mentioned In this
act, until said roads shall meet and connect,
and the whole Una of laid railroad and tele
graph li completed; and the Central Pacific Rail
road Oompany of California, alter completing It!
rood across said Btete, Is authorized to continue
th oonitrnollou or said railroad and telegraph
tiroogh the Territories of th United States to
the Mkwonrl river, Including tb branch roads
specified In this act, upon the routes kerelnb.
fore and hereinafter Indicated, on th terms and
conditions provided In thla act In relation to
the eald Union Paciflo Railroad Oompany, na
til said roads shall meet and connect, and lb
vbol line of said railroad and branches and
telegraph Is completed.
I 80. II. And be if fartter enacted, That lor
three) hundred miles of said road moat moun
tainous and difficult of construction, to wit, on
hundred and fifty miles weatwardly from I be
eastern baa of tb Rocky Mountains, and one
hundred and fifty miles eastwardly from the
western base of tha Starr Nevada Mountains,
aid points tb be fixed by tha President of the
United States, tb bonds to be issued to aid In
M construction thereof aball b treble tba
amber per mil hereinbefore provided, and
abe earn shall be Issued, and the lands herein
(ranted be set apart, npou the construction or
every twenty miles thereof, upon the certificate
Of th commissioners a aforesaid that twenty
onatjcutlv miles or the same are completed;
and between the sections last named ol one
Inodred and fifty mile, each tb bonds to be
fcsnad to aid In tha construction thereof shall
be double the number per mil first mentioned,
and tb samo shall be tamed, and tbe lauds
serein granted b aet apart, upon the construe
lion of every twenty miles thereof, upon th cer
tificate or tie commissioners aa aforesaid that
twenty consecutive mile ot th same are corn
plated: Provided, That no more than fifty thoa
(and of said bonds shall be issued under thla
act to aid In constructing the main Una of said
railroad and telegraph.
1 See. 13. And 6UfliriAernaeteJ, That when
ever the route or said railroad shall cross th
boundary of any Slate or Territory, or said
meridian of longitude, the two companies meet
ing or uniting there ahall agree upon lis loca
tlon at that point, with reference lo the moat
direct and practicable through route, and In
ease or difference) between them aa to aald lo
cation, the President ot the United Bute ahall
!fltArtrtlfii Iha ss.Ll 1 rut ei! Inn I has unmnaaliu.
n.n..uiu.' sou bvh.U) IUVISHVU SHU a l BOAS Mi U ICSf
named in each State aud Territory to locate the
road across tbe same between the points ao
agreed upon, except aa herein provided. The
track upon the entire line ot railroad and
branches shall be of unlloim width, to be de
termined by the President ol the United Slates,
so that, when completed, cars on be run from
the Missouri river to tbe Pacific coast; iha
gradea and curve ahall not exceed the mail
mum grades and curve ol the Baltimore and
Ohio railroad; the whole line ol aald railroad
and branches and telegraph ahall be operated
and used for all purpose of communication,
travel, aid transportation, ao far as the publlo
and Government are concerned, as one con
nected, continuous line: and the companies
herein named in Missouri. Kansas, and Califor
nia, filing their assent to the provieions of this
aot, shall receive and transport all Iron rails,
cnairs, spiaes, ties, umoer, ana an materials
required lor constructing and furnishing said
first-mentioned line between the aforesaid
point, on the one hundredth meridian of longi
tude and western boundary of Nevada Terri
tory, whenever the same Is reaulred bv aald
first-named company, at coat, over thst portion
of the roads ol said companies constructed
under th provisions of this act.
sec. i:t. And Oe tc furuer enacted, That the
Hannibal and Saint Joseph Railroad Comoanv
or Missouri may extend Us roads from Saint
Joseph, via Atchison, to connect and unite with
tbe rood through Kansas, upon filing Its assent
to ine provisions oi tnis act, upon the same
terms and conditions, In all respects, for one
hundred miles in length next to the Missouri
river, as are provided in Ibis act for tbe con
structlon of the railroad and telegraph line first
mentioned, aud may for this purpose use any
railroad charter which has been or may be
granted by the Legislature of Kansas : Provided,
TDst tr actual survey shall render It desirable,
the said company may construct their road,
with tbe consent or tbe Kansas Legislature, ou
the most direct and practicable route west Irom
St. Jo-epb, Missouri, so aa to connect and unite
with tho road leading from the western bouu
dary of Iowa ataay point east of tbe one hun
dredth meridian or west longitude, or with the
main trunk road at said point; bnt In no event
shall lands or bonds beglven to said oompany,
as naretn airecteu, to aid in ine construction oi
their laid road for a greater distance than one
hundred mllea And the Lwavenworth, Paw.
nee, and Western Railroad Company of Kansas
may construct their roa 1 trom Leavenworth to
unite with the road through Kansas.
Sec. U.'Aml be it furtlier tnactt, That the
said Union Pacific lUilraad Company U here
by authorized and required to oinsttuct u eiu
gle line of railroad and telegraph Irom a point
on the westurn boundary ot the State of Iowa,
to be Used by the President or tho Uuited
States, upon the most direct and practicable
route, to be subject to bis approval, so as lu
form a connection with the lines of said com
paoy nt some point on the one hundredth me
ridian cf longitude aforesaid, Irom the point
of commencement on tbe western boundary of
the Slate of Iowa, upon tbe sa-ne terms and
conditions, in all respects, as are contained in
this net lor Ibe construction of the said railroad
and telegraph first mentioned; aud the said
Union Pacific Railroad Company shall complete
one hundred miles of the road aud telegraph
in Ibis sertlotuprovided ror In two years after
filing their assent tn the conditions of this act,
as by the terms ot this act required, and at tbe
rate of one hundred miles per vear thereafter.
until tbe whole Is completed: 1'rovhUd, That a
lauure upon tne pari ol said compaoy to m tke
said connection lu the time aforesaid, and to
perform the obligations Imposed on said com
pany by this sectloo, and to operate said road
In the same manner as the main Hue shall lid
operated, shall forfeit to the Government of the
United States all the rights, privileges, and fran
chises granted to and conferred upon eald com
Eany by this act. And whenever there shall
e a line of railroad completed through Miu-
nesoia or lowa to nioux uny, tnea tne said
Pacltio Railroad Company ta hereby authorized
and reaulred to construe! a railroad and tele
graph Irom sold Sioux Oily upon the most di
reel ana practicauio route to a point on, ana
so as to couuect with the branch railroad and
telegraph la this section hereinbefore mention
ed, or with the said Union Paciflo Railroad,
said point of junction to be fixed by the PresI
dot of tt United Stater, not further west tbuu
the one hundredth meridian of longitude alore
eald, and on the some terms and conditions as
provided In this act tor the construction ol the
Union Pacific Railroad as aforesaid, and to
complete the same at the rate or one hundred
miles per year; and should Bald company rail
to oomply with the requirements or thla act In
relation to the aald Sioux City railroad and let
egrapb, the said company ahall suffer the same
forfeitures prescribed In relation to the Iowa
branch railroad and telegraph hereinbefore
Sec. IS. And be it further enacted, That uny
other railroad company now Incorporated, or
hereafter to be Incorporated, shall have tbe
right to connect their road with the rood and
branches provided for by this act, at such
places and upon such just aad eqailable terms
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OS tnO I Tesiueut UI w. uuiku UMhoa uinjr iifi
scribe. Wherever the word company U used
la thla act It shall be construed to unbrace the
words, their associates, successors, and assigns,
the same us If the words bad beeu properly
Sec. 10. And be U furtlier enactnl, That atauy
time after the passage of this act all of the rail
road companies named herein, and atseutlng
hereto, or any Iwo or more of them, are au
thorised to lorm themeolree Into one consol
idated company; notice ot such consolidation,
lu writing, ahall be filed In th. Department ol
tbe Interior, aad aitah oonsolldatad oompany
shall Ibeiaafter proosed to conatruot said tall-