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OF KM'I a Tr. ..__„__-
LA WSX)F THE UNITED STATES.
PASSED AT THESKi'OSIi SESSION "OtTHE THIR
TY-Pol Rl'll <'t'X'lS *■*
A* Act to million/..* the Is-iiing of I .itonl. for certain
l.:ind» in the Town ol Stockbrldge, State id Vt iscoi.stn,
aud lor other purpose*. „ „
_c if fn—tW by the Senile and House, at Representatives
of the United Stales of America in (\ingrets AsttwMtd,
That upon traliafui-lory |iro.tl being mad.. Unit an occu
panti.l of unpiitelile.l 1...el in Mm- town of Sti.k
brldge, Caltiruct County, in the Stab* of Wisconsin, which
ho* by treaty or otherwise, heen allotted to any individ
ual uieinbers of the Stockbrldge or Mlinsee llibe ol lm
dlana, are the pur—uiser., grantee*, at M_gn_H nfmast
in.mbers ol .aid tribes, the Presldaut of th* united State
be authorised to f.sue patents for Ihe land so e» cupi.-d 1..
Bueh purrhasers, (nilline., or IMIgBBM, re.poctivt.ly;
Provided, That in In* "I . oulticting claima to any of the
lots of land ths coniiilissiouer of the geliel'ill land oftli c I.
nuthorinetl to hear the pronls of the respective claimauta
0.1.1 to decide which of surli chiiiuunl. art* justly not it le.i
to wid laud, and patents .had l.t* isßued In tioctirthince
with such decision.
sic. 2. And lie it farther enavtrd, That patent, issued
a-.—i.liux lo this acl shall vest in the patentee title to tin
„_| d..ct ibed in Much patent, In let, .impli* H.ibject lv
auy valid lien or incuiiibruiicn thereon ereu'teil i.v-ihl
~ ii.i.i.'t-... those tinder whom lie clniitia,
Ssc. 3. And be it further enacted, That the lot. of land
lv said towu of Htoekliridgu belonging to lite Ci.ii.
.tstes, not hereinbefore directed to |„. patented »ha !,.
attached to and form a part ol t|„. Meliiislia land district
___.__" H? i' 1 "'""" " fl1 "' •'"hi.ni»»i...i"r nt t~,_. „ _
be so dat he mlnlmuui prlt f three dollars per n, r.- for
lot. trout n H ou Luke Winnebago, five dollars Vera 1., fo
the two tier, of lot. fronting on tin. mill __*\* ,™.
.ior oi'tot. on each .Id. toßveoftn? tmZT&Sa'ffL
cent* per acre for the rMldn. 0 r »:,1,l , H , , ,
Berllei. there.,,, gOMMUng the q,„,|i,i, alio s ~, ' ', , ,
____" • f 7 1 " , " ul "» '-_», "»■» Bhall prove to I, - s lis
■oi_li ll, a t l 'r &M "''i "V"' ''"•'»-'■•■■<■•■ utMeiiashu, W -
___ 'r t,m *, D " ", r "■"' '■•*» luoate improvement, to the
gc S ,|' psssss
dollar.. The lands not sold wlWtooiM'J-S^B-.-!
before provided, ahall be brought int.. market au.l sold ..l
nut less than the mini....nn prices lived by this net
Approve..!, March 3, 1805.
AS Act to quiet Title, in Favor „r Parties in actual tow.
.esaloiis ot Lauds .ituato.l in tlio Ili.trict of Columbia.
He it enacted by the .Senate and House of Repretenla
n?".° J .."l' V l"! ed *"*•« " f America in i hnAessa Silemkli I
that all deetlßlieretoroi-,. rec0i.1,.,1 in tll „ ,„-,, rm>ra _ ~.'
the District of Columbia, whl, I, have been ex.a-«7«l an
kLtrw-S-nSTo 3 . «S&ffiß HflT
.eloa.ing their claim, .'i:,' ),' i^SBLS
I slilc 1I . ° l ''V' V .''- ,, '"* [ ,val estate.situated in 5.,.d
wilUhl,, anil all deed, heretofore recorded, as aforesaid
ekecilted and acknowledged, ,„■ „,,| v ~,ki,..w|. tlgtsl by
such a t0i,,,.,- ~-la, t, for conveying real estate sltnatai
lv .aid district, a. to which Ihe acknowledgeliimil -> i
mude bofore -hear* iliffecent 1r..,,, tu.-. Uefor, wl
"_. V'! "'* 1,ow " 1 ' "luttijuey was nude, nud as to
i___ 2 '^A'""" 1 " f attorns* «as proved bt fore only 01 „.
In,„_„°,„ 1 ~OM; "; , ""'" 11 n I" lO'C't"!'"!.- nxeeftlttsl I
and record,.! as aforesaid for the purpose oT conveylng I
land situated to told district, ■u-knowMnd „„, ,d
ths Dial net or Columbia, before v judge ol v United 1
_*•_• C V l "'' '"' °"'" r " '••'• il-ennen of a oiti I
I Public, and all deeds heretofore executed au.l re
corded a. afoiosaid for tin. purpose of conveying
"?-oV U ?' ,, ,'' i , n ,"" id """■"'' «eLn„wtcd ? ,.,l l.v a. M.
rti-f-t-- i^, , ' U " , X«P*'"»'""l. or by an officer of a cor
..'""""■,_"; """"".' _''• "ho iv. ackiiowledgisl the
.._-. to b. 01. act and deed, Instead „r tlteact and deed
ot ths grantor or of th* c,.,|.0r..,i„,, : ,„„i ; ,| i, ~, | r '
tolore executed and recort-d v aforesaid fcf tJho p™
pose of convey lug l.„„| ,:i„ Mt ,,fi„ ,„i,| ,||» ~.,,,',, ~
I there 1. not annexed, „ legal cc, tili.-nle „, ,„ ,|,„ , U '
»ent, shall bo, and the .an,,, are ItereKy, declared tofie
?*e°^r,,r) "":' r*."' ,o •*■" ; " "■• •*- ,!::
I_.r_dT.'.! . i '■' '" '" "'•""'"yd. "ml bur,lower |„
SS fuZln .ti::; SrTMarftrcTS
eS^ n^^rx^r fc
nowltilpuient hud been made L0t,,,.,. ,„,. i n ,i,r,, . , , la
State court, or before two im i U ,„„ ~',., „, ',' *~,: W •'' _ -
Bttorneys-in-lact or oflka. of a co,.,L r ' ni ''~.' , ■*'.' ""t .
edged the do„d to be ihe deed ol Tin gr ."' 1 ~ck Lb
coiporation; an if such deeds bad it,,.,,., • r,( " r " r ,"' 1 "" \ t
tlllcate, iv legal form, that the ..111 * amrexeil nc.-r- J
the a.'kui.*.;.■ d,..... in were i.-' ."*J "' *Mmen taking I
be: Provided, That the te. _.IV what they l.tnpolt to 1 I
by * foniuie covert shui' ..Ificuio of aoX—)Wl«lgoiU9lt| 1
\vas made •• apart" .. show that the itokr-wJedgeßtiti-l 11
IMBomeotb. nr 'privily" rroin be, husband, or I
;.. itiui' .. term iniportlui: Hint herarknoWledfrnicnl 1
dr;" out of hi. prcsenc', ami also tlt.it sin- ackuowl- I
-I or iletlared that alio willingly executed or that .he I
willingly acknowledged the deed,or tlmt (hlsaawarM 1
her vojiiiitary act, or in that ■ tl-ct: And provided,alto,
That when the* js.vr*r of attorney .bull have [ lrt'ell]exis'il- I
tedby afeuiinocoii.rttlicsilliieslnill be idl.-ctuitl ulld.illll
.■n-i.fi 111..,, .bill have I n BM*ll an iickiiowli'dgemeiit 1
ul'the -am. n. would be b__—ml, uittler the provhtion. at I
thl. act, to pass her etitate unit iiil.ii-st tlo-relli were site j
a party executing tho died of c.niveynlic... the rerunl I
aud copy thereof of unysl I recorded ~« uti.resaid to he
evldeuco tttei'eol', in the saint* manner and to have tiie J
same effect us ir such deed hud been originnlly executed, I
•u-kuowledged and recordsd ficor.ling to law.
Sxo. _. And il lie further rnaeie.l. Thut nil. exception. I
in Ikvor of parties' beyond the District of Columbia,
which may hy existing hi tc. bo replied orrulun nn in any
action or proceeding brought iv .aid di.trictj un* hereby
repealed and itbiogatcd : Provided, Tim! this sect ion elm 11
not effect the right at parlies in uctiou. now pending,
aud such aa mny be brought within tlirt.e years fruni the
passage of litis art.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That tin. act. of Con
gress approved May thirty-first, eighteen Inmdrot! ami j
iblrty-two, and April twenty, eighteen hundred Bud I
I thirty-eight, in reference to the acknowledgement and
l'ecui'ding of deed, ot land .ituuted in .aid district, hill
be taken and couatrued as cumulative with the acts of
Maryland on tile same subject In fore* in .alii district at
the passu,.., thereof, and that au aeknow iedgttueut made
and certified la compliance with any one of said acts, and
before any officer* authorized by either uf .aid acta to
take an acknowledge™,,,!, (whether iv or out of tho Dis
trict of Columbia,) .hall be .o,„| and otloctuu}; and if it
•hall appear that the grantor • nekiipwlMlgcdsntd deed,"
It .boll have the 'am., effect a* 1n... or she acknowledged
ihe deed to be hie or her net and il..|.||. And any ac
knowledgement made hy a feninio covert nuder either of
said nets of Congress (which ahull be aufliciunt nnder Iho
provision, of this act) of any deeds, executed by her litis- i
band, and heretofore recorded in the District if Columbia
ahall be good and effectual to bar all claim oil her part S
dower in the lands described therein, lit—itM lv aaid dis
trict, although she shall uot have i'Xeciitu.l the same
Approved, March 3,1805.
A*i Act further to provide for the Verification of In
Beit enacted by the Senate and House of Representa
tives of the United States of America in tongress assem
bled. That all consular olficer. of the United States be
and they ore hereby, authori/.ed to require before
•ertifying any fnvoice or Invoice tinder tho provisions of
-b*.r.t .ectlon of the act outitlt— "An act to prevent
and punish frauds upon the revenue, to prov—e for the
more certain aud speedy collection of claims in favor of
tb* United Statos, and for oth.-r purpo.es," approved
Marsh third, eighteen hundred and sixty-thrie, aatisfuc
tory.Bvld.mce, either by tho oath of the person or HMM
pr anting such invoices or otherwise, that such invoice,
ar correct and true: ProtHdtd, Thut iv the exercise of
I„_.i If". r„„n y ",""'' "'* 8 " 1 1 ~nsul-r officer.
shall bo governed by such general or special re-illations
or instructions as may from t lr ,,„ t „ ,*' . ' fa ?' b ,' a ','". I
or given by the Secretary ot State establl.lii'd
Approved, March 3, lsijs.
«-» I _*C*' amendatory or "An Act to amend J Act entl
ii*d an -Act to pronioto tlio ProgrsM of the user I
tui-t^^ Ma,c " thre "' •* K - spna
* it enacted by the Senate, and House of Representative,
ofthe United States of America in Congress a/mttldetl
That any person having an interest in nn Invention'
whether ai Inventor ur assignee, for whicli a patent wa_
ordered to iseu* upon tint payment of the final r*. a. nro
vlded in section three of nn act approved March three
•lgbl«*n hundred and sixty-three, but who ha. failed to
■*k» payment of the final fee as provided iv said act
r Wt * rigl " l " m " ku "" application for a patent
tosh's invention the sauiu as In the oal* of aud °rtfl»-i
twoysars after file date of the"allow.nee of*th.','origYual
application: Provided, That aothing herein shall 1% »,
construed a. to hold responsible in dnuutge. any person,
who hay* maiiul'actiired or used any article or thing for
which a patent .In .-.aid wa. ordered to Issue. Thi. ~,
shall apply to all ease, now In Iho pali.nt-olllce, and also
to .uch a. "hall hereafter bo filed. And all acts or pjj-i,
«f act.lucon.l.leut with thi. act aro hereby repealed
Approved, March 3,1805.
A» ACI to am.nd the third Section .if an Act entitled
"An Act making Appropriation for sundry Civil Xx-
V. _.«s of the tin. .1 nun ul for the Year Milling the thir
tieth day of June, eighteen hundred au.l .ixlv-fivo, and
for oiker i-.np.is.-s," t,o fur ns tiie MM i-iat-s to Wit
nea—l Iv ihe Courts of the Uuit.id States.
_c KHMO— t ly the Senate, and House nf Representatives
It/the United States of America in Congrett assembled,
That the third flection at an act entitled "An act making
appropriations for sundry civil expense, of tho Govern
«ment for th* year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen
sired and sixty-five, and for other purposes," be, and
sat-, li.roby fs, amended by adding thereto the fob
tog proviso: Provided, further, That in notions by oi
against axecuturs, administrator., or giiurdlans. in which
laagmaut may be rendered for or against them, neither
party shall be allowed to ttnliry against the oth.r a* to
say transaction with, or statement by the ttwtator, intee
«,.'. . W *' d ' uulM "«lled to te»tiry thereto by theoppo
•lt. party, or r.qiilr«d to te.tify thereto b, tbecoirt.
Appror— March 3,1886.
All Act In Relation to the Naval Olneryatory.
oftli' SB?&& *___&*?•!_. nepresentatives
That so Mtoh Sto- M-Km2_,_, _3»__ J_2#_l
2-d -*hM_w3«_ t r!; r • t :. h,, , ,i ", , ,' •" - 1 "-. ••" 'bo
.up.rint.nd.d.t of the ■___.' "i v*"u *" ** r «'Vdrm tli.t th.
city .li.lt be ae____ VB) ob "«"atory at Wsahinaloa
*_S¥s____tt&E___Sa ± « limi*
-Planted uu the ......... nil. of June, in the year one- I
Hem. v.d eight liundred and thirteen, .hall extend and I
apply lo the master or Bklpper und Boatueii or veasels or I
th-burthen of twenty ton. or upwards, qualified la. I
cording to law for carrying ou the mackerel fisheries, I
ls.ui.ill r.01.1 a port In the United States to be employed B
.ti. I. Bsh.-neH, in the same way aa If nch fl.herli. had
1.-n eiiibii.ct.liu said a.t: Provided, That -.agree
■ugut named iv .aid section .hall In, duly made, iudt.raod
Approved, March 3,1864.
An Act tv Incorporate the -.Colored Unloi Benevolent
,*_ U enacted by the. Senate and House or Representative,
V 'he L nited States of America in Congress assembled,
iliat Guillen Suowtleu, Churle. Brown, James Wright,
Sandy Alexander, Heury U.gan, Charles Wilson, Ilelirv
Brook., John Shorter, Josnph Shorter, and then* associ
ate, and Huci-esauis, be, ami they are hereby, constituted
and declared to be a In sly politic and corporate, by the
nanu-and title of the Colored Union Benevolent AmucU
tion. located iv the city of Washington, ami by Its corpo
rnte nal.li- said .•-,-,... i.Hnni .hull have perpetual Bueeettsiou
witli power lo an.* and be .ueii, to in.pl. ...I and he Im
pleaded, In any court ot lite United State, orot tlio
District uf Columbia, of competent Jurisdiction: to re
celve anttacHptions, gifts ami benefits, and In nttike sin-li
rill es ami by-laws a. aliall be deemeii nece.sary and ex
pedi.'iit tor thegt.vertinient of the a.soi-futi"ii, and In
alter the Maine, Irom time to time, iv such lit..le as .hull
be pri-scri bed ib-rein; I'rorideil, alway.t, ThAtMUfli rules
nnd by bins sluilll belli uowi.e Inc..tisisteut with tin.
constitution and Inw. of the United Stales, tlr with the
objects i,f the aasiHtfation. Tin' objects of the assottia
ti.di are ber.-l.y .'. e1.,1,.1 to be lv provide for flu* care and
comfort of suck members na .halt be sick, tlianbletl, or
!leitt, and of the families of gnt-li luembors, ia case.
the proper officer, of th* a—in-iatiou shlll deem It
ient, and ulho to provide for tho (lucent interment
Ir person, n. may die in membership of the tissue! •
.r belonging to tiie families of .uch members.
-' And be it further etuicted, Thut aairl n—atciatiotr
live piwi-r hi holdroal e.liiie,.,. por*..iinl am! mixed
by purchase, gift, or devise, for the pur|wiseN
li association and uo uther, and to lease, sell, or
such real estate, or mixed ctnte, or pcrsonnl
ty, us may be devised or donated to am li usaoeiu
rpi tiie Iciutiii"- or sale nt which will promote the
if. oi sar.t ..*- ...... _ '
0. And be. it furtlier etuicted. That Congress shall
..- .. hi..! am tim. .. . nc'd.iv, amend or repeal
roved, March a, 1866.
9to iuni'Utl au Act entitled "All Act to in.... p..
the M.itroiKililiiil Rallioad Company in tho District
enacted by the Senate and House, of Representatires
United States nf America in l\ngre.,t assembled, 1
n net eiiiittttl "All act to incorporate thu Mutr >
i Railroad Company In the Diatrict or I—ilmuMa,"
isl July first, eighteen hundred and aixty-four, be,
' saiue hereby is, amended as hereinafter set forth,
. thut tho first section be, and hereby is, amended
ling nut all after the worda "along 11 atroot north
nteeuth .treet west, iliterset-Hng thu double-track
.ml iiih.-itiug: also v double or single track rail
mnieucing at the intersection of D .treet north
ur-uiitl-u-hnlf atreot west, along Fuiir-and-a half
real to tho irate or tho ai-.intl; also a double or
.ingle truck branch railway, commencing at the Inter
hi ctl.in or Ninth .treet west and the Washington canal,
along Ninth street west to M atroot north, uloug.M streel
north to Twelfth street weal, and along Twelfth street
wet to the Washington canal and Ma, viand avenue to
th.* Potomac River; allo n double or .ingle truck liranch
railway, cominc nclng at tiie ItltorlMttan of B-nit-rlumttt
nvnnui.iiiid II street north, along Ma.siichust.tt. aveinte
t.'K street north, along X street north In the circle, with
th" prlvilrgi.nf extending the said branch road at any time
along X street north to Book, crttek, across Ihe bridge
treet Rook creek to Water .treet, Georgetown, along Wa
ter Btreet In Georgetown to Green Btreet, tilling Green
Htroct to Guy shoot, and aloug Hay street nntl First street
to Fayette street, Georgetown, Willi the privilege ur ex
tending at any lime the load now in opera M—l IrtilnSev
enteenth Btreet west to the Capitol, from the present ter
minus ol Baiil road ou A street north, along A street north
to First Btreet east, along First Btreet east to F—it Capitol
street, along Bait Capitol street tn Ninth street oust,
along Nilitß street east to L street .outli, wiih the right
to run pii-lle car*—gto then fen, drawn bY horse power,
receiving tliet'efiii- a rate of fare not exceeding eight cent.
Iter piissi-njecr, for any distance between the termini of
either of tin. saill main uiilwny., ur betweuu the termini
Of .raid brunt)l lllllwuys, or ltetweeu either terminus ol
mii.l inuiir. rajlwiiy und tho tenuiuus of cither of aaid
blanch r.tilwnys: Provided, That the n«« and niaiittii
narrco of tin. said road shall be subject to tiie municipal
it'iriilation., nf the city of Washington within lbs corpo
rate limit*. '.;.. -i .-"
Ssc. t. And i,e it further enacted, Tlmt section eight
It**, and |Mt—to la, :,men.led by Htrlklng out tlio words
"five li.iii.ll ■.; (li, iii-atnl tfolhir.," and liiaerliugthf word.,
"one million dollar.:" Provided, That the director, of
.-uti.i M. t. inn .liiai i llailroad Com)—By shall have pnwsr to
require the sntiNC ribers to the capital stock to pay the
..... nnt by th.iik respectively ..nbs. i it.c.l at audi time, in
.uch mannt'c, urn 1 in .ucli inMlaliuent. ns they may deem
proper; nntl if asiy .tockholdor. hIiuII refuse or neglect
to pay any itistuL'iiienta, aa reiplired by ti resolution <d the
b*.iril of director., after reasonable notice of the nanio,
tint said lx—rd uf director, may sell at public auction, to
th.- highent bidder, bo many aharea of aaid stock as shall
pay aaid iuattUl neliU, (and the highest bidder shall be
taken to In* the person who offers to purchase the loaat
number of allure, for the u.uettsnieut due.) under such
general regulations a. maybe adopted fn tho by-lnw. of
said corporation, or may suit for and collect the name ill
any court ut cximjtotcnt jurimiii tion.
Sl'.C. It. And be it further enacted, That .ectinn sevoa
ten be, itttd hereby 1., Ho aim*lltletl as to kltow Hie tniitt
rtiijirirntion t——! year, from the date or the approval of
this act in wliicii In cuiuplots the railway, herein dee
scribed and those dew-ribed in tlio net to whicli Ibis i. an
Six. 4. .l/irl be it further enacted, That the twenly
itpcoud bo, and hereby is, amended by striking out t ie
wor.la 'at tho rata of twenty five tor one dollar," ami i
•inning tho words " at the rutn of Blxteeu for thu dollar
810, 6. And lie it further enacted, Thut the provi.io
prohibiting nny exclusion from any car on necnimt it
o—ur, already applicable to the Metropolitan Railroad,
hereby extended tot-very other railroad in the District o
Approved, March 3,1805.
AM Act to incorporate the Continent. 1 Hotel Conipai
of the City of Washington.
lit il enacted by the Senateand House of Representative
nf the United states of America in Congress assemble
That Lewi. Dulmonieo, uf New York City, B. B. Frenc
U*nry D. CiKike, Julia W. Forney, of Washington Cit
Htephen Flanagan, William .Oveifield, Jr., J. Warr
; Brown, of Maine, Thornton Smith, George 11. Kellog
, anil George Plowman, or Philadelphia, aud their assoc
I ates, and all pitrnona who now or hereafter may be hold*
of tho stock hereinafter mentioned, Bhall bo, aud the
I are hereby, deolared to be constituted a body politic o
, corporate by the style of the Continental Hotel Compan
to nave perpetual Buc.ceß.tun, to be capable lv law
. some; and being sued, to hay* a common seal, and to hay
i. hold, receive, enjoy, and take, either by absolute 00
j veysnee In fee simple or upon ground rent, and fn case
a conveyance m-nii ground rent with power to eiecu
I the nocossary covenant for securing the payment tkereo
, such real estate a* may be ueccsary ur proper fur Hi
construction ofa hotel In the city of Washington, wit
, nuch supplementary building, a. may be adapted to ant
J form part of tho general plan and design thereof, wit
~ power lo furnish and equip the sunn, for the accommoda
tion Bn.l use or ony pari— ■ who may be desirous of rent
ing and occupying tho same, and the re«l estate, or auv
liart thereof, when iv Ihe opinion of said corporation it
may be proper to do ao, to .ell and to convey to any p*r
f eon or person, who may be desirous of purchasing the
I same furniture and equipment thereof.
l- I . S *-' a ' t' 4 '"' '" 't farther enacted,] That th* capital
"lock of aaid corporation shall not oxcoed two million
i "liars, divided into twenty thousand shares of on* huur
I ureal dol-m ouch, and that it Khali lie held at personal
I property, ami may be transferred under such regulation*
" m thccoriwniton* .hall judge movement.
j ssc-S- And be it further enactetl, That I general mest
■ ing ot tho corporator, .hall be annually held on th*
1 second Monday of January. for the election of five inana
' I gers, and tho trannnctinn of other Imsinosß; lint if suci
I meeting or election .hall not then take pluco, Uie corpo
• I ration .hall not fitr thut cau.o be dissolved, but such iin-et-
I ing or election shall take place as soon thereafter aa amy
I lie. one week's public notico thereof being first given in
! I nt least two dally newspapers in tho city ot VV—diingtou
I Ssc. 4. And be it further enacted, That the election ol
I malingers shall bo by ballot from among thu corporator*,
I ami that In Hie enactment or by-laws for the govern-
I moilt of tho corporation and its officers, and iv the de
cision of all question., whether of eloction of bfficer. or
d.sti-.iiielns.'iueiil of corporators, either ln-caus» ot their
delinquency in paying for thu amount of .lock! by them
purchased of the cor|«iration, or for other causes, and ou
all question* at the meetings ot the corporation, tho cor
porator, present, either iv person or by proxy, shall bbv
orally voto oiicb for each ahare of stock held by them.
Sec. 5. And be it farther enacted, That the manager,
shall continue in office nntil their successors are elected;
they shall elect a president from among theniselvea,
supply vacancies in their number, whotheroccasioned by
death, resignation, or refusal to act, and shall have the
general and entire control of the affairs and intereat. of
- *« M 'Wr9**
K"bc. «. And it be further enacted. That until other
m era shall be duly elected, the peraous named in the
*t seetioii of this act shall be held to be manager, of
.rich coruoration > » ud nliall have power and authority
tet»™\\/ n i l **. S urthfr 'nacted. That Congress may
mm ' Xt "' r " pw " "B***
*i^-wE_--5, f " r •_ C»uflu«ment of juveiiile Offen-
Reruge, h " U *» of -a« Uuited State, iv Houses ol
IV t U^?®u%of''T and ""V*"* Representatives
«t juvenile ntTcndr.,-. r,c « "» 'b/t.rMs assembled.
•tM, being unVl- .I, " galn "' » n « "»« or the United
'yhere»rte r b o c,,nvict^l ß ' n r orßillt,, r n3rear "' m,d Vlh "
Uted States. Iho „ ,_n Cnn "' **■ —* ot ~le
Isonment. ahall l,„ l ______ *''ereiir shall he lm
_,some hoiißß, rr ,J ",„ i", 1 '" s *_* ,0 ™ of •«•»•"■«•<•
of tbilnterior,l_*__n_-______ thoSecreUry
tho warden or k, "Irof' ~ll"' 1 " 1 ' 01, ' d * ni deliver!, i \
.hal of the di.,*,' l' '""'" h * _. n '" r '
such conviction be had in Sm „_L,", c «*-urr-l; or it
and in such case, the tttiusnon. " ' °, f P'lunil-la, then.
by the warden of the jaff" ■■'''' ? na a »>iv.ry shall be
able actual expense _T_MrSsi_i___ »" a ***—*■
slßtenco, and lilre, »„d" n £_£' r *f t,on ' >i«eß-ry .„b
--j the mar.hal or wooden, on,v X. li™ __-*__"■■ S
J taryof the Interior, out of &Ts___i_! _* ** •"»•
I S-C. 2. Amlbe it further SSfitS *_. „ ,
| duty of the Secretary of the Interior to Jr-, " h "- 1 '«•
I muimgei-B or peraona having control „»."_".''' h *■'*
refuge for the in.pri-,nment%ubai,u_c, 2? ht " ,,e " of
I ployment of all such Juvenile offender, „?, , pro , er em
wveral courts of tbe United Stat., 3_T_~_f_s 'be
Columbia notice of the S»»M ? of
men! of Mid offender. , and !*«____"^^'',"?'.' B '"'
--t-ice.l to codflnemsnt in the 1„., w of r.r,i_l „!„„,',,"'
tSSSki TO " iCtl ° n " *'*<■""■ L » ">• mwSmtml !h.
a ; ~'. i. .1. March 3,1866.
A* Act to amend an Act onlltled "An Act to tirovid. for
the better OrganliaUou of Indian Affair, iv SSmmV
.e ß i *Sj__?J_! 6 * °" Senate and House of Representative!
of the United States qf America in Congress
M.c siiiu or sixty thonsand dollars, or so much tb«->f _,
!__ ™~n ^6 * ""r y' ''*• ""' Uw "»• « • i *" b T. a-pr-prl
______' ">y.< a °<"'J- 1" tb. tr-snry not oth.rw_. _~
Bm.S_«_."_. , _ pu 2"_ " f •"aiding th. StoXn lt
* w insir uaprov*MwM oa to* Indian nwrraUea I
lie ........ \ hereby appropriated .hall lie paid, the aai.l ]
uiprrtveinentß shall lie appraised by Hie superintendent
>f Indian niliiir.. Ihe Indian agent at said reservation,
nid ths surveyor-general of Call—mla; and if, in the
rpinlou of the Secretary of the Interior, their appeal—
i.eiil .hall he reasonable, and .hall uot In Hie ..-..
--rate exceed the sum herein appropriated, the wild Secre* j
taiy i. hereby authorized ti apply -■* Mine, or to |
inn li thereof a. ntav be BectMary, In payment for j
Ihe said improvements, taking tIM proper ruleiiM.
therefor: And provided, further. That the moneys
hereby appropriated lm reimbursed from the proceed! of
Ih* sales of Indian reservations In said Stale untie, tiie
pntvisious of the act to provide for the better orgaiiizii-
Hon or lutlian affairs iv California, approved April tight,
eighteen buiidi'i-d and slxtv-fbiir.
Approval, Maltha, ISM.
As Act authorising th* Secretary of the Treasury to I
lease or sell cet taiu Properly of the United State, situ
ated at Bath, in Die State of Main*.
11l enacted by the Senate and liaise of Representative,
m United States of America in Congress assembled,
the Secretary of the Treasury la hereby authorized
-■ the wharl propoi ty belonging In the United States
led at Bath, In the State of Maine, for a term of
, I In- lessee ma king all r .-pairs thereupon; or lie ..... c
lie same nt his dlseretUii If It 1. no longer In it— ur
red for tht* public service, and he ia heieby author
it make, execute, und deliver nil needful couveyau
tlre (.melius, i ... purchaser, thereof,
irovtsl, Manliel, 1805.
Kit Act to incroan* the puy of Midshipmen and others.
Be it enacted hy the. Senate und Htiiisl of llepte,tenlalivet
if Ihe United States of America ia lUigrest aiiMiMrif.
I'l.at iiiidaliipuion, after their tin.) —-hil.ii.h- examination
...! until their promotion to the grade of enaigu, .hull be
I—id at the rate uf eight hundred dollar, per annum, while
au sea s.l \,. c.
Sac. _. And be it farther enacted, That acting innatci-a'
mate* shall lie etyled mates, and the Secretary of the
Navy Is hereby authorized to Increase their pay to a bum
not exceeding si ity dollar, per mouth.
B|C. J. Aml be it further enacted, That hereafter mate.
may be rated, under authority of tho Secretary of the
Navy, from seaiiien and ordinary .eauieii, who have en
lisle,l In the naval .ervlce for not less than twe vcur.,nnd
s.iel, rating of an enlisted man, or hi. appointment as an
nllicer, shall not discharge him froM hi. onli.tnieiit.
Sic 4. And be it further enacted. That no permin an
poiuteu or ruiu.i au omcer or tier* in in*- ....■*, ,i„.ii JJ
ceive auy bounty while holding an appointment
Sic. 6. And be it further enacted. That all acts or parts
of acta which are Ineoiwistent with the provi.loiis of thi.
act are hereby repealed.
Ssc. 6. And be it further enacted, Thai Unjr ~H HB), .i
assistant surgeon, and acting .uigeoii. may i*. ..-.vuluted
in the same manner aa acting naslataut am goou.'aro now
appointed, who shall receive the eonipeußalioii id their
Approved, March 8,15U5.
Al Acr to incorporate the "Capitol Hotel Company," In
Washington City, District of Columbia."
Be it enacted by Ute Senate and House of Representatives
of Hie United Stales of America in Congress ...,.„,/,/../,
Tl.nl Cliarle. C. Little and A. C. Washburn, or Boston, ill
Hie stale ..I Maaaaihuaetta; George Fnlaoni, Charles A.
Btot-in, nn.l Frank Moore, tit New York city, in the State
of Now York; and /,. C. Robbiu., of Washington, iv tin-
District ol Columbia, and their associates and net—Hon,
be, and they an' hereby, Incorporated and made a body
coriKHate, by Ihe name of "The Capitol Uotei Company,'"
.mi by that intuit' may sue and be sued, plead und lie im
pleaded, iv any court of law or equity, of txiliipetent ju
rlmlii-tion, and be ontitletl to use snd exurcUeall the |....**
nn, rights, and privileges Incldeut to such ioiporalloii,
fortlii-piiriHiaeHr MtabliahiiiK anil maintaining in said
.'l.v of W.t.hliigtoll, hullilliifi or buildings for a hotel. I
with rotuiifl, shop*, and n/nVes, to In. u.otl theref'.np kud I
Lhei'i'willt; and they may purchaaeniitl In.ld real and per- I
lonal estate loipiirod and convenient therelbr; and may, I'
itier construction thereof, aell, convey, or lease, nntl rt*. I'
IMv* rent therefor, In whole or iv part, bb they may J
■liens.- and find for the ii.le.e--t of said corporation.
Ssc. 2:Andbititfurther tnttOrd, Thatlliecapltnl.lock
if said ctu-jHiratiuil shall uot exceed the sum of ...... mi!
lon Aye liundrt.l thiiiinalitl dollars, and that the .took
hall l.t. ilividml Into .hare, of one thousand dollar, each, '
lllil.hull be deeilied pels.mil property, trtiu.ferabte ill '
ntelt manner aa the aaid eorporatiou hy its by-law. may '
Sic. 8. And beit further enacted. That the government
*n.l direction of the affair, uf the corpoi't'tni'M .hall bu iv
ve.tetl in a hoard of director., not le—l than five in num
ber, who .hall bit elected by the .lucklioldera at their nil
nii.il meeting, which .hall lie held on t lie Ural Monday of
May ia each year, from tunuhg thu corporators and their
uss..eiates nnd s.t.'.essors, iv .uch manlier as the by-laws
ot said corporation may direct.
SBC. 4. Andb,"it further enacled. That tin.* Bald corpri-
Eion shall hare lull power to make nntl prescribe mvi.li
law., rule., and roan—lion, a. they may ifeotn needful
|.i..|...r ior the .Hs|s.silion ho.I HMU—g.ltlent of the
stock, projterfy, catntr*, uud effects of tlio corporation, not
Entrary to the charter or to the law. uf Mm United state*
d the ..i.liuanci* of the city of Wii.hliigtnii, and shall
ye |ioWer to aller or amend the tan..., rroiu time to
time, .is tho intereat. of the corporatiHii, in their opinion,
BiC. I. And lie it further enacted. That thl. net maybe
altered | amended, or re|>salcd, at the pleasure of Con-
Approved, March 8,1866.
Joist Risonrrtm. anthori/.ing the Secretary of the Navy
to expttutl a Portion of the ikintingeut Fiintl,r*ir enlarg
ing tho Nnvy Itepai tmotit 11.n1.1m- .
Be it resolved by Ihe Senale and Haute nf Representa
tive* of the. United States of America in thngrcrt assem
bled, That the Set-retary of the Nuvy be, ami he hereby
1., niltlitiri/.ed to ttxiteud so much of tin. coutiugeiit fund
heretitl'or_ tipprnpriatiwl as may be net-essnry for the en-
K lni'geiiieiit nf tlio Navy lt"|nn tiii.-nl budding to iiits'l the
waul, of the Department.
Approved, December 15, JBC4,
[ No. 3.)
A lii.s.ii-,mn tnnilering the Thanks of Congrr-Bs tn Cnp
l iin Juhu A. Wlublow, U. S. Navy, und to tin- Officer,
and Men under his Command on Board the U. 8.
Steamer Kearsage, In her Conlliet wllh the piratical
Craft the "Alabama;" in Compliance with the Presf*
dent. Recommendation to Cougre.. .!' the filth of De
cember, eighteeu hundred ami sixty-rollir.
Resolved by lite Senate and Houte of Representatives
of Ute United States of America in Congress assembled.
That the thanks of Congress are due, nuif are hereby ten
dered, to Captain Jetln A. IVinsl.lw, of the United JUate*
Navy, and to lliu officers, petty officers, seamen aud in.
rhies of the i'.iite.l States ateamer " Kearsage," for the
skill and gallantry . xhlbttetl by him ami the officers and
men under hi. command, In the brilliant action on Ui*
nineteenth of June, eighteeu huudred and sixty-four, be
tween that ship and the piratical craft "Alubnma"—a
VH....1 .ulterior to his own in tonnage, In guns, and In the
I—ituber or her crew.
Approved, December 20,18*4.
A RssOLUtiO!) tendering the Thank* of Congress to Lieu
tenant William B. dishing, of the Uuited States Navy,
snd to the Olßoors and Men who assisted him iv hi.
gallant aud perilous Achievement In destroying the
rebel Steamer "Albemarle," In Compliance with the
In si.!..nt's Recommendation tv Congress of the firth o
December, eighteen hnndred fand( .ixi.i-r.iur.
Resolved by the Senate aud House of Representatives
of tlte United States of America in Congress 'ussembled.
That the thanks of Congress are due, and net. hereby,
tendered, to Lieutenant William B. Cirahing, of the United
stales Navy, and to the ..theirs and men under hia com
mand, for the skill and gallantry exhibited by them In
the destruction of the rebol iron-clad .teamer " Albemarle."
at Plymouth, North Carolina, on the night or the twenty
nee. ..lb uf October, eighteeu huudred and sixty-four.
Approved, December 20,1864.
JtniiT llr.sntxTioN tendering the Thanks ur the People
and of Congrcu to Major Ueneral William T.'Sherman,
and the Officer, ami Soldiers ot lilb Commaud, for their
g.ii tant Conduct in their late brilliant Movement through
Be it retained by the. Senate and House of Representative
of Ihe. I nited States of America in Ibnore— assembled.
That tin- thanks of the people and of tho Congress of the
United State, ar. due, and are hereby tendered, to Major
Genera! William T. Bherman, and through him to the
omcer. and men nndor hi. command, for their gallantry
aud good conduct in their late cauipaigu front Chatta
nooga to Atlanta, and the triumphal mart- thence
through Georgia to Savannah, terminating in Hie capture
ami uccupation of that city; aud that the President cause
a copy of thi. joint resolution to l.c engrossed ami for
warded to Major General Sherman.
Approved, January 10,1860.
Jolxr RI9OLCTIOJI providing for the Termination of thi
Reciprocity Treaty of fifth June, eighteeu huudred und
fifty-four, between the United State, and Great Britain
Whubi-s, it i. provided in the Reciprocity Treaty con
eluded at Washington, tlrofiftJi of Juno, eighteen hii'tiilru!
and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland ol
the other part, that this treaty ".hall remain in force fol
ten years from the .late at which It may com* into opera-
I tion, and further until the expiration of twelve month.
after either of th* high contracting parties shall give un
tice to the other of ita wish to terminate the same;" and
whereas it appear., by a proclamation of the President of
the Unitetl States, hearing date sixteenth March, eighteen
hundred aad fifty-five, that the treaty came into operation
on that day; and whereas, further, it is no longer for the
mi.-rest, of the Uuited States to continue the nine In
Resolved by the Senate, and Htiute of Representatires
of the. United States of America in Congress astemblal,
That notice lie given of the termination ol the Recipro
city Treaty,according to tbe provision therein contained
for the ion..ination ..I i 1... same; aud the President or
tilts United States is hereby charged with the romniunic*
tlon of such notice to the Oorerumenl of th* United
Kingdom of Great. Britain and Ireland.
Approved, January 18,18—.
A Ki.soi.i. n.v to present the Thanks of C .ngie-. t „
Brevet Major General Alfred 11. Terry, and th* Officer*
and Men under hi* Coniuiand.
He. ,1 by the Senate, and House of Representatives
United States of America in tvnaress assembled,
us thanks of Congreßs are hereby presented to
Major Ueneral Atl.ed 11. T. in, nnd to the officer*
i under his command, for the unsurpassed gal
nd skill exhibited by them in the attaok upon
- sh.-i. and the brilliant and decisive victory by
which that important work has been captured from the
rebel forces and pu. c.l In the possession and nnder the
authority of tho United Sut...; and for their ling and
t.nininl .ervices and unwavering devotlou to the cauMt of
the country, in the midst of tho greatest difficulties aud
Bao. 2. And be it further resolved. That the President
ol th* United States be, and he hereby Is, requested to
conimnuicatfl til—resolution to General Terry, and through
him to the officer, aud soldier, under his command
Approved, January 24,1806.
* Risoli Ttos teud.riug th• Thanks of CungrsM to lUar
admiral David D. Port*r, and to tb* OH—rs, Petty
Ot_et.r«, b—.uiru and MarlnM under hi* Command for
.',. r u *'b—try aud good Conduct lv th* no.at Cat.iui •
of sort Fisher.
off t £rr a i ,* *** *"-" "" ■"■" "f RefrestntaUvtt
Thl,____ i*--' <>f ***** "» C-vtw u-.mi.iv_
taat to* thank* of CvOgrMS ar. b.r.ty prMinwd to K*a
I David D. 1-orler, al«l I" llii-nlllct-re, pelty t—tews,
uu I mat im- und. t his eosuliialid, for the nnsnr
e»cd gallantry and skill exhil.ited by them in the a! lacks
m Fort Fisher, and lln* brilliant nud decisive vl. buy
whicli that iuqen-lant WOT- bu. been captured from
iv rebel force, uud plated in thu |to—esalou tUid under
. autholity of tin United Sbttea; ami for their long
d luiihl'ul .eivice, and unwavering devotion to tin.
un* of the country lv lite midst of the greatest tlillii id
es and danger..
ie. 'i. And be it furtlier resolved. Thai the Preaidenl
llie United State, he requested bt comiuiiui. at.* tliis
•enolutlon to Admirnl I'orter, aud through him to llu'
i cr., Htiamen, nud iiuutnes under hi.command.
Approved, January -i, PsM,
C4XT RINOLDTing niithnrixliig the Secretary of the Tr. u
ttry to give Ihe necessary Notice stipulated pending
h. liiteiitlou or the United States tv purchase the
11..11.1 it.'.* known ns Merchants" Kxchnnge, New York
City, now u«e,i for Custom-Hoimo 1... **ii.o.,
Be it resolred In/ tlieSnate ,tnd House tf Rrpresi nlalie.s
of the Unit. d.Stale.: if.lin.riitt in thngress assembled. That
the Secretory ol the Treasury be, and he Is hereby, au
thorized to give notlci to the owners of the building in
New York city known as the Merchants' Fxehange, and
occupied bbu custom-liuuse, of Uu-intention or the United
• tate. to purchase the same, t'er rlltt sum of one million
dollars, in accordance with I lie terms stipulated in llu"
exuding lease ul the property to the government.
Approved, January ... IMo.
[ No. 10. |
Joint Resolution reserving Mineral bands from tlio
Operation of nil Acts, paused ut the first Session ..r the
Thirty-eighth Congress, granting Lands, or islanding
the Time ol former Ornate.
Be. it retolvctl by the .Soul te and House of Representittit.es
tf llie United Suites of Amtrica in tltngress asseiul'l,.l.
That no net paused at ths first scion of hit* thirty-eighth
..ugivss. granting lauds tv .tutu* or corporations, to lid
In the construction nf roads or lor other purposes, or to
extend tlir time of grants heretofore Made, shall be so
......-!. in d tm to embrace mineral laud., which in all ens—
.hull be, aud are, reseived exclusively to Iho United
Slut.*, unlit— othorui.e specially provide.) in them lm
acts making the grunt.
Approved, January M, 1805.
[No. 11. |
A asaoLUTiox .iibmitliiig to the Legislature, of the
aeveral States a reposition to a ml Ihe Constitution
of the Uuited Stales.
Resolved by the. Senate and House fpf Representatives of
, the United States of America in Congress assembled, (two
thirds of both Houses concurring,) Thut the following
I artirlo be proposed to Hit. legislatures of Ihe several
state, as an iillit.ii.lment to the c..nstil.ltii.il of the United
States, which, when ratified by three fourths of aaid
legislature., .hall Ih* valid, to all intent, and purposes, a.
a part uf the said coni.tltution, uumely:—
AlirioLi. Mil. ,
Suction 1. Neither slavery nor invtiliiutiiry.ervitu.le,
[ except a. a punish,,,, in tin- ri-inii. whereof] the parly
ahull liave been duly convicted, shall exist within the
United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
Suction 2. Congress .hull have power to enforce this
article by npprn.printe legislation.
E proved, February 1, IM),
R-SOLtmox declaring ccrtuilt Slutes not entitled to
Representation in tin* Flictol.ll College.
H mails the iiiliiil.ituiitsa.nllocal until.nitie. of the
Utah-, of Virginia, North Carolina, South C.troliuu,
lleorgiu, Florida, Altthuluu, Mississippi, Loliislniiu, Texas,
Arkansas, and Tennesseti rebelled aguln.t the govern
uit.iit ■■! the fin!.'.! .-siat. ...... I were In such condition
ou the eighth day of N'ovitlnber, eighteen liuuilivtl nud
Billy four, that no valid olectiun rar elector, of l-n-sidcm
and Vice-President „l the United stales, according to the
cunslitution and luws Mv red. was held therein on said
tie it resolved by the S'nafeiintt lloiuv uf Itepresentiiliiee
nf the United States of America iv totigress assembled,
l'hat the states mentioned in the preunthb. to thla joint
resolution are not entitled tn representation in tb.- .1. c
toriil college lorrlie ohoice of President and Vice Presi
dent of the United States, for the term of one. com
meficing tin the fourth day of March, ciiiht.cn hundred
ami sixty-five; and u>> electoral vole, shall l„.received or
counted I'rtim mud slates' i-onceruiiig the choice ot Presi
delit and Vies'-President for aaid term of un—l.
Approved, February ft, IMB,
Joist Rrsoliition to terminate the Treaty ta* eighteen
hundred and seventeen, r**XßkUin| the naval Force, tut
Wiibbkib, the United States, of the one part, and Ihe
United Kingdom of llreul Britain and Ireland, of the
other part, by a treaty bearing date April, eighteen him
died and .event—m, have regnlatisl tin- naval force upon
the lake., and it was further provided that I* If either
puny should hereafter be desiroua of aiini'llii,,* Ih In
stipulation and should (fte notice to that . tie. t to 11...
other party, It sit.ll aehsti to be biading fittest the evpita
lion of six moiitl.H from I lit- date of such notice; anil
whereas Uto peoeu of our frontier i. now t-u.l.aigered Ity
hostile expedition, against the ciimmei'ce of the lakes, I
Olid by «ttier acta ol Inivlca. person., whicli, the naval
force of the two countries, allowed by the existing
treaty, may lie Ins,ilti.io.it to prevent; and whereas,
further, tiie President of ihe United Sfule. has proceeded
I give the notice rotpiircd for lln. Icruiihntii.il ol the 1
•ty by a communication which took effect on the
•nty-tliird November,, eighteen hniiilreil and utxtv
!<« it resastud by the S mite ami House uf Representatives
lite t'uilid Stales a/ Ai.ieriea in Hiiiyress assembled.
Thai the notice given by the I'ressd. n't of tin- United
Stub-s to ihi'guvuruiiii'iit of Hi. at Britain niid Ireland
to t.rniiiialothe treaty of eighteen hundred and seven
IMB, regulating to* naval force upon the luk.-s, is hereby
adopted and rutin*.! a. If the same he! la-en luthorlst.
Apiiruvcil, Februiiry 9,18C5. ' .
| No. 14. |
Joint lUsolution tendering the Thanks of Uongrcss to
Mujor-llcuerul Philip 11. Shcritliiu aud the Officer, iiitd
Men under his Coniimtud. "•»
JKI it resolved by the Senate and- House of Represent, t'tv es
I of the. United Slates of America in Congress assmibbd.
That the thanks of congress are hereby tender. .1 to
Major-lieneral Philip 11. Sheridan and to Ihe officer, nnd
men under his command, for the gallantry, military skill,
I and courage displayed in the hriiliunt series nf vi'cb.ri.s
. achieved by them In the valley of the Siieutiijilouh, und I
especially for their services at Cedar Run, on the nine I I
1 teeulli day of Octnli.r, eighteen hundred nn.l lixly-lour, I
which retrieved the fort—lM of the day, and Mow averted i
' a great ilieaster. . . , . 1 i
1 IM. 1 And be it further resolved, That the 'President i
' of the United States l.c, uud hereby Is, ri'ipiestid tv coin- |
inimical., thi. resolution to M.ijor-tjeueral Sheridan, uud 1
' through him to tlio uflicera and .uldkr. under hi. com- I I
Approvetl, Febmnry 9,18fi0.
[No. 15. |
ABbbolutiO- providing for tho Compilation of a Con-1
gressioiuil Directory ut each Session.'
Resolved by the Senate anil House of Representatives ol I
the United States of America in Congress assembled, That
the Congressional Directory bo compiled iimlrrlho dire. - I
tiou of tlltt joint committee, on public printing, and pub- I
Ilished by tho Superintendent uf public printing_-tbe first I
edition tor ouch session to be ready for distribution with- I
iv one week after the communct'iui'nt thereof.
Approved, February 11,1805.
A I_ml.tio_ appointing fleneral Richard Dt.lufleld to be I
a Regent of theSluitbsouiau lu.titlltiou.
Resolved by the Senate and House nf Representatives
of the United Slates of America in Congress assembled,
That It., hard Delufieltl, resilient of Washington city, be,
and he hereby is, apiioluted a Regent of the Smithsonian
listitution, in the place of Joseph 0. Tot ten, deceased.
Approved, February 14,1885.
A RWOLI-Tios to extend the Time for the Reversion lo
' the United Statel of Die Lav.la granted by Congress to
aid in the Construction of n Raihnud from Here Mar
quette to Flint, ami lor the Compl—ion of -aid Road.
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representative. I
o/t7i« United States of America in Congress assembled.
That the time specified in the fourth section of tiie act ol
Congress approved June threo, eighteen hundred and
flfty-»ix, entitled "An art making a grant ol'alternate
, section, of the public laud, to the State of Michigan to
, aid in the construction of certain rallrondß In sold State,
, I and for other pirpoaea," for the reversion to the Unltei
I States of the land, granted by -aid uct to aid in tho con-
I siru. tion or v railroad from Pert* Miir,|U.tte to Flint, nn.
I for Die colnple'i.'!. of said road, be, and Mie Blime is here-
I by, extended tir the term or live years.
Approvetl, lebrtiary 17, 1866.
Joint Rbkolution to enable the Secretary of the Treasuri
to obtain lb; Title to c.-rtaip Pronerlv In 0a^.... ouj
I ••uip'.tent Nevada, i— "■» Ourpoae. of a Brunch Mint
, Located Tv Bam .lace.
1 Win n i.ts the Secretary of the Treasury or the United
State., in order to carry Into effect an act entitled "An
' I act to establish a branch mint of the United Stat", in tin*
1 ( Territory or Nevada," approved March third, eighteen
hundred and sixty-three, has purchased of Hoses Job and
Margaret, his wife, and Janle. L. Riii.llo, the pre-eniptor.
and occupants thereof, certain city or town lids in uid
Carson City, together with all tho valuuhleimprovement.
thereon; and whereat it la highly important for the in
terest of the Government to obtain, at an early day the
use ami possession of Mid property, to cstubli.fi Sud open
said branch mint: 'Therefore, * i
Resolved by the Semite und House of Representatives
of the United Slates ef America in fingrest assembled I
That tbe Secretary of die Trouaury be, .nd ]x c ; g |ie r ,.|, v '
authorized to receive aOti accept from naiA .Moses .lob and I
I Margar, 1, bis wife, uu.lJ.iu.es L. Riddle, .uchrclin.iiiish
f melits and conveyance, of their right and claim, to said
I lots and property as hej the said Sts-retarv, shall deem
I Huitii but for the extinguishment of any claim right or
I title which the said Mens Job and Margaret' his wire
and James L. Riddle mar or can have thereto ;'a n d MU
I lot. and property sholl mereafterbe reserved from iiuldir
| *ale, pre-emption, or holiest,.,,l settlement, and .bull ra
I main the property of thi United State..
->s> omv-d, February ti, 186..
[No - -. |
Joist Resolution to -iiiiute the Adjustment of.-, rrain
Account, of the Am.rlcunC,,lo„ißj!,\7^:„ yf
| Support or recapliireiiAtrleana in LiiuTia. '•»"""■""
r*_ fSS£S*si£L* 3__- "'"' _!*i__ '""i-esevtalire,
I of the I m 1.,1 .states of America tn tongress n_i.,it.j
I Thai the Secretary of tie Interior lie, and . ■ hert-i.v, „...
I thorized and directed ttiitdjii.t nnd aellb* the account! of
I the Aulericiiti Coloniziitlui Society lor the support of re-
I capturetl \i. i.ans in Lllerin, under cnutrncts made for
j that purpose under the authority of tiie act of Cungrcsß
j ..j.proved June sixleei.tl. . igl.l* en linii-l:ci und sixty un
I the principle, of etpiity.
Approvetl, February '£t, 1885.
| [»0~-0. ]
I Joint Ribolution tlireotiig the Secretary of thn Treasury
I to issue American Itegi.ters to Uritish Scboonei.
"Minnie Williams" an! "B. M. Baxter."
Be it resolved by Ins StnCe and House of Representatives
cf Uu United States of Atterica in Congress assembled.
That the Secretary of. tbo Treaflnry is hereby authorized
and directed to ,—...■ American registers to the British
built minion.,'. "Miuniu Williams" and "KM Baxter,'
said v*u«l. bling uuw owisd by a sftoua *f Batfalo >, »■
Approved, F.bruary ii -806.
j _ 0 t V I (1 1A ii. I
JmaT Keho-I'TIiiII in It.-lull",, lotheDi.tribiitlonof Rooks
Rr it resolvedly the .Senate ttntl House of Representatives
of Hie United Slot, s */ America in Oiotgres, assembled,
That tin- undistributed p.-irliuiw of the books nud docu
mi-tits heretofore prinleu or pur. bused fat It. use by order
ol 'either lli.useol Cnner.-s. |.rcii.tn*ft»tlie thiny seventh
Ci.nui.ss.uinl now deprwlteu In th* InteriorDsnarluii.al
and elsewhere, h* distributed to member* of the present
Congress under tin. dir.s lion ol Iho Joint comaiiltee ou I
nt luting; im! Mid committee is hereby directed to divide
Mm books in nneatlon Into parcels equal in number to tb*
whole niimber of Senators, 11.-i.iv.enlulivfs.ai.il delegate,
from territories, and us ncei l.v ''in ,1 in value und nupor-
Uincus possible anil.biilislrii.ule litem to the Senators,
BeprisenUtlv—, slid .I.l.nates by snch method it*, maybe 1
found 1... ihlciiiid proper.
Approved, February M, Vm%
Joixi Htsoi.t'Tl.ix b. provide for th" Publication of a full j
I Re it Pi sole, il If tie U nole oit't House of Reprejenlalires
„f the United States ../' America in Caigrelt ass, ml led.
t—ll the Seel. lUiy Ol Will !■", I he is hereby, llllllli'l-
Intrl und reqnlretl to cause I printed nnd published ti
..... .1 volunteer* who have beer, In 111* army of tb*
I United Slates ut any time since the beginning nt tin*
I pre—nt rebelliun, including all Informal urgf-tutM—l
United Sinles, showing whethor they arc yet in the rr
vice, or have been discharged th'Tcfioni, nnd giving ensu
uliies au.l other rxplanatlvas proper fur audi register.—
Ahd, to defray lv Whola or in pni-t Hie expense, uf this
publication, un i-.liliotl of liici.ty-lilc lliousninl cttplea of
such enlarged register shall 1..- published nn.l may heta.lti
to ollicei's, soldiers, t.r liti/.ens, ut v price which sluill not
mine than cover the actual l—*t of paper, printing, und
landing, all.l sluill not in any case e.wce.l one it—St* per
Approved, MiilTh 2,15C5.
[ No. S!5. 1
Joint Klsolition ant_—lalng a Contract with Williu
II Powell r<.r a Picture for the Cupit.,l.
Be it willlßßl l»l Ihe Smalt unit Haute of llepresentalir
of the. Cnited Stoles of Amettea in Congress assemble,,
tlmt tbl joint committee on tin- library be, nnd they v
herehv. direct.:■.! to eat— Into* colilraci with William 1
' Powell, oT th. Mate— Ohio, p. paint n picture fort
' United Stab-, to be placed ul tin- head of one ul'l
gnuad .btllrasc. iv the Capitol, Iltustratlv* „ some tiuvu
r" victory; the particitbir subject of the paiutnig io
Bareed on by the oonunlttee nml the artist: J'rorttle
Thut tin tile expense nt* s.u'il picture shall uot ex.
twenty-five tliousui.il dollars, mid two th..ils:il|d dollu
shuil be pni.l to said W'illiuiu 11. Powell, in udvnnce, l
enable hilii to prepare for the tv.n-k, th'- rcmaind-l of sui.
s instalments nf intervals of not less than one year, ti
hurt instiiln,, ut to bu retained until the pic tufo is Ml
pletcl nnd nut up.
Approved, March., ISGS.
[ tT<r_r. i
A It—(onjllltg to . nciuiruge tile l-'mployluent of disilblct
and disehutgeil St.l.liei..
Resolved li'j tlte Senate, and House of Representatives o
the. I'mtedS'oie i t./.intvrivt in Qostffnuattnwed, Tim
person!| honorably .lis. hnr-e.l irom llu- military or nuvn
servici' by ten."!, of di ability resulting Irom woundll
sickness incurred in tin, line .'.t duty, should be pretem
for appointments lo civil olliccs, p'iovi.l. .1 they shull
found to jtis.se. the business oaputily necessiiry for t
proper oiacharge <d the dtttlasof inch ..lll.esi
Si.c •.'. And lm U furtlier remtved, That in gratefl
r.eiigiiitinn of Uu. aervloea, sa.-rillce, and Butt-ringa t
l.erson. honorably discharged Irom Ihe miliary vi
ii.ti-nl m-ivi ,1 the co.tniry, by reason of vvmnuis. d
ertsc, or flu. . xpirulion „l terms of jnlistiiient, it is i
Hspectlullyreconiuniilid lo bunkeis, niertdi.inle, iii.iui
Ihoturen, mechanic*, farmer., ami persons engaged I
it.ililslii.il pursuits, t.. give lln,m llu, prelerencti I'm-it
pofiitmints to l'i'iniinerniive »ftuatfonT»l nn.l eninlo
Approved, March 3, 186,1, '•■
I Ne. JSnj
Joint Risolction ol Thanks lo Major i.'.-nernl George II
Thomas and the Army iitul.'r his Ct.mni.uid.
He it resolved t-tj the X, mile „i,d liaise tf l/eprrsenttttive,
a/ tit,: t'uitedsittits „f America in Umgrtts ttstnnbleel
Thut tin* thunlis nf COmrrt— lire due, uud aro I.tut by
fcliilercil, lo Major tielii-r.lltlcig,. 11. Tlioiiui. „nil Ih',
otli.'.-is uittl soldiet.s uu—r lllit column ml for lln-h- skill
l.iii.ldntiiilloss,,-,,,,,.,,,.. by Which 11.,- i'.-be| arlny iiml..|
, 1 -.'''!''''"•!.'""' Wl " M ' : " ,l " J 'WfiMtod und driven iron, n„
v I Slab- nt -811-atorr - -
I Approved, March 3, 186_
I* I — ■
/ tr- .9 j
A Hr.sni.t tion 1., encouiaj'i* FtiliHiments and to promtd.
the Kiln ieucy of ti,„ military Force, of lip- Unite*
R—l dred hy tin■ Semite ami Hum of RepnmkutTVtt ol
Ut. l'iiit,,l Xuiti sol Anierica iv Ibngrem iSHt ml/I'tl. Thai
for lb- prvrbo.. of Inc-Araglng enlistments and nr t
Ing the efficiency ol tl illltary aud naval forces ol III*
■ United Stub... il i. hereby enncl.-l Ihal the wife and
children, il unyT... hum, of any pet hat lias 1..,.,,
or may be, tniwoietl iuto the military ,„■ ,|, IV ,,| (ervteeot
the United Stales,;s_all, from and after the ne-ugenl
tins act, be lorcvci lie,-, any law, usage, ol custolll vi liat-
Bovver toUiecontrary nolwUhstandlug; nud IrTdelerml.
1.,,,-; , v |„, ,„ ~,- «us Ihe ni n.l who ar* Ihe children ot
Rthe*nliatet|,l*ej— ill herein 1„.i.ti..,„,1, evidct,.',. Ihal In
and the wuimin claimed to lk> his wife, havec.b.ibiie.i
together, or aanclated ... husband nnd wile, und so cob
j liuueil to.ohal.il or us...ci.il,. „t Lho tl I nii.l.
■d ";;•"'''"' "•___" <»■ •' a form or -winy of tiarriage
„l wheilnrsiii-li munda.-i' was ur was not ktitlirlßedoi
. |'"";e"i'.edl.y l.tw, l„. I , rateredluteoritlehratei
~ by I hem, nml thai thopavtles Iheretu ili.i ~,-iti.r lived lo
„'l geUtor, or *u»octatml or cohabited us huaband uud wile
und so t'ltuliniii'il b. 1i,.., col.al.ii, „,.,«sorlntek| t|„. ~„„.„
the imllßtgittnl, ahall bade* d Hfgcleiit pi Fef.nar
rtage lor the purpose., ~r f act, and Mi,., biijieu hon
I Incchlltlrcn-embraced within IHeSWvl.lou. ..Otitis „ i
" **al 'Bin h mariia-0..1m1l or shutl not have- been '.lis
d I wdvtsl „t the t f ..,,,1, ~,,Hs t iuent.
I Approved, March 3. lsus.
~ I f No. ;io. | •■. '
oI A l!!..sm.tiiiM to nutliori/... nml direct nn Invent..ry o
d Arte 1... in the tiuarleii.insi.-i•'. of Ike Unltoi
I, Mat.-, uud In the PHwtSlo- of the Raval Stnr. k.-epen
•s I <d tin. united States. _
il I Itesolvd by the Semite and Utilise or Represttiit/ives n,
.. I Ihe. United States if Amerieu in M im'/ress assembled, X\nV
r, lln- Secretary of War bo, and is hersby, directetl to c.iusi
tj I a strict inspection to bit ln.-ide id the quurltnna«ter's tlu
iintcticul.la after tho passage r.t'tl.i.
it **s Moil, and a colnpartsdti lo In* made between tin. re
i. port!of Ih.... Ulcers iv clung., of the qiiarteiiuus tor's de
d potest New York, Philadelphia, Cincinnati. Saini bonis
i- 1 and Luiilirt'ilb*. nml tfietirliul■-. im band.
I Sec. ■>. And be il further remind, That the Be*—ary „
libit Navy, in like manner, be directed to cajse toiifn
I ventory to b.- Mad* of Blithe property of the Unit-
Shite., in possession of tho several naval storekeepers ol
I tin* United States, '
Approved, throb .\ 1800.
|f ' [ No. 31. J
" A £_i_ 3 T_* to Inteiiiutioitul Kxhiltltions at
'- lergen.ln Norvvny, nn.l (Iporl.i, in Portugal, during
Mie summer of eighteen hundred and slxty-S* *
I V"«"»!* s tliegoverniiieiils,,i'th,.i,ii.gd..n, ofiWß_n
Vu ___3_ __ "'' "'" ki "" ''"' VZ*£
I miinicatetl to the government of the United States tin
programmes of two international exhibitions hi be held
respectively at Bergen, in Sprway. and at Ckorto, i„
I Portugal, ilurlng the suniiner of eighteen hundred dm]
ip I sixty.five: Therlore,
I Resnlved by the .Senate ami House if Repr, tentative* ol
the United States of A merica in t bngress assembled Thai
, tho President of thu Cuitisl States is hereby c-irireo
„' with the duty or making klu,»n to the people of the
v y,"" lHl s, " u '''. l 'f pi'..ehiiniition, or olherwist,, us sliull to
lim seem best, tf c facts iv his possession minting to tin.
International exhibitions proposed to be held at llergeu
Norway, and Oporto, Portugal, dining tl„. Buhner oi
eighteen hundred and sixty-live, nml of inviting their
partioiputioii therein: Pnnided, That uo expense sliull
0 be incurred tor nny agency w ilh regard to such exhibi
„ tion; nor al'i.ll any claim of any agent of our govern,
r. meiit be hereaftt r rerugni—d. '
Approved, March 3, ISIm.
L , [No. 32.J
,i' Joixt Rcsolutios to amend the joint ItssolaUon entitled
,1 " Joint Itesolutioll in Itelnli,,,, 1,, ,|„. Puhlic |' ri , ,' p! o
~. ■jtV"™ 1 J " m ' twenty-third, eighteen hundred and
_ J l .'. " lZ s °' r '<l ''U I'" &nalcami Honsr of Ileprestntatires
32 '"„ Um '" t j**. "f America in OoZreV. A, ~,,.,
i fhui the Buperlnteu.hiit „r,, j,, ,„;,,,i,,.- _*...., ,""'*"j
1 hibhereby anthoriied to pmchas!. CpipWidri
d'', "'"l"' 1 '";' l'. 1 !"""- I'-V the s,.!,i,',|'p „ ,
ol the oviest bidder or biddei-a for any specific i„„ ii„n
or p011,,,,,, rf to, W |,„ie „„„,„„ of „,,',. p.„,i ?''_
"I paper re.pure.l. for eiiher three luouths, six lion,l.
Or one yeur the ininiin,,,,, p0.u,,,, ,„ , -pjjjj |iv ' '
, -uporu, en.lent in hi, ailv.-ni ~„ fm . Vroiiol? „'..'.',
„ exrsting aw ■ „,„i „„y tonlruct,,,- fu Ini /,?.,_.. 'l',\
'h_ tLtTa 1 '"' S Coßt ™ Ct - " , "'' r " - """' »" c
» f it shall be the duty of t , ! „ nV.'V't
jo report ,„ a|| ' „".;,';
, forpuper in his annual report t, , ongre ,s ,„S ,™ ,',"
; :nd:d!gra:!„g i :' o " , ' si " a ~" a -""«;
, Ajipioved, iiurch 3,1865.
• [ No. 34. j
, A RMfiL.Tio-to extend Uu. Time for constructing the
Burlington and Missofni River Hailroail, in lowa and
I filing a Map of Relocation. '
I -Vttfi-i _*__ S """ c aml "<""' "/ Representative,
7/,' t.i '"'•"' S '"'''' "/Anurrica iv Omgre'. alenll I
■ T H" ,"', c *, , . i '" c " ,luW " ,l "W '"" "t" l '"' »«'ti"i "f ot
entitlisl "An art to amondiii, net entitled -An-tct, • • ~.
. a grunt of land, to tin. Slate of 1„„.,,, in ~,.,,.' '"'""
--; tion. to aid In the constnictl f-rtoh S____!_
' wid H ate,' approved May liltecnth, Bliht-n I ,', , b , I
' lUty-.ii,'- for the construction nni.ti'illv , f . ''''
!tV,b!s',,i'"i r,,'.'", t'l"' "" Jl '"''""'" ''' M "*"ouri itiver
«,- uto provh.-'Sf Mie's',;';;,;,!.:;';;!;;;',';,'! vzi
. .... 5i,,,,, i*ai cr
n. .err,tor,es in ,!,,. ~„,„i ol| ,„■ ,J '' j»"*Mu ~
orisiratrons under giniii, tarOongrtoa" whtoh t "
I A Rr.soi.iTiog transferring Man, , .
relating to the Survey. „f ,|,„ p"» c ~r'" r , nno-imeiits
I Departnient id ilm Interior. "ailrond to the I
.#_*_!_ "" f> ""' f <">" """" <f I
Of the United Slat.., tf America ~, /..i,,, '"'""'-
That all map,, proti,,/,,,,,, „, >~^Z.'\T m , . ' a
«ttlmate, «.,d feports connected wKh -_i o ?S__ l w ft
survey, lor the Pacific Railroad, „ i„ , „ ,*,', th """ ,"'"'
ItyortheUovernment, end all , I Cr i, r„ 1, ,Ull, - r "
-tlte subject or auld road in -^r^"?,|***T* Mt T "'- ,n
mentor the lloverunienl, bo transTerr,^d i «"■" J 1 *!*""'
lof the. Interior j and lltat ITSsttZmSt __1_
bo authorißetl to riirni.h copi„ „, ii,„ „, ~ lc lv ;
~to the Union Pacific Kail,', Z 1,1,™"j f , r " of
u.y be userul lv aiding MM oS_SS__ l '_____!
• prow runt, for aaid road. *^ > " d,,wu " , ••
roTid, March 8 18-.
UNITED HTATEK 7-.".0 LOAN.
TTKITEI* SVATES T.Stf ]_ OA N.
By authority of the Secretary of Treasury, Ihe under
signed his asaunied the Ueneral Subscription Agency nu
ll-, .ale ol Uuited Stale* Treasury Notes, bearing seven
and throe-tenth, per cent. Interest,' per annum, known
) . the
These Note*, aro Issued urnler data of Augimt loth, 1804,
ami are pavublt* three years Orao that time, in rummy,
ur are ronvertfldo at tho udUou of Ihr older into
U.NJTKI) STATKri ft-20 SIX PKH CKNT. UOLU-BKAIt*
These, IromlMftro now worth it ptvtni.iH. of nine per rent
including gold iuteririt from Nuvemhcr, which BU-ltM I lie
a< iiml profit oh th. MO loitn, ut MHMt nttt, Including
luliTOHt, uhoiit teu per rent, per nmiuui, .tenid.-n il.i oflH|r*
tivn/rom Slat* awl municipal tantHon, whivh ail<Uf.'>m
tint* to l Am percent, more, according lo tho rulo levied on
otlier property. The interest i.i pnyahle Heini-nnuuiiily bf
I coupon* nUarhed toeu.-h iitde, which limy he cut off und
! Kohl to tiny h:mk or hunker.
| Tin' interest amount*, to
Ono '"lit per day on a rfiiO note
Twocei.t*," ■ " .100 "
20 « « * ■ $1000 "
$1 " " » 55000 "
Note, of all the ilenoniiHiiiinnn named will M promptly
uininhed iiikh. receipt of -■lhr-rrlptioii.. This in
THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET
now offered hy the (ioveriiment, and it U confidently «?x
--j.. ■ iT'l Unit ii- Hiipcrior ■inotagM MN ' »mke it the
OKEAT POPULAR LOAN OK TII_
Losa Minn £-M),000,(IOO remain uusolil, which will probii
bly be disposed of within the next sixty or ninety ibt.vs,
] when the note, will undoubtedly ronilitaud a premium, as
| ha. uuiltMiiily been tbe case on closing the subscriptions
I toother Loans.
Inonier that eitl/.eiiM of evory town ami section ol the
country may he iitfor.lcl facilities for taking the loan, the
National Hanks, State Hunks, an.l Private lluiiki-r.
ollt tho country have generally agreed to receive stibst rip
lions at. par. Subscriber, will select their own hfllit**, iv
wboin tliey have cimtiilenee, ami iilioonly ure to la* re.
sponsible for the ilelivery til the note, for whicli Miey re
ceive orders. JAY COOKE,
SllbHerlptiou Atfent, l'billtilel|.hin.
Siibscriplions will bs I'eceivetl hy tin. F.xchnni'o Nntioit
al llaukol Nnrr..lk, Virginia.
FACTS A BOUT THE 7-.;o's-*-TI I E A
Their An .01.1.tb Seciiiiitv.—Meal ly a 11... live credit!
now l.ii-eil onlloierinut lit s.s-.nities,nn.l b.oiks hot.l Ih
as III.* very best nn.l MllMBjgMI intcslltieiil they mn mi.
I 11 it were possible 1,, cuiitei.iph.tc tin* flimnci.tl I'ailnr.
I tie-Hove, iiine.it, no bank would Im any safer If mm
I is loaned on iinliviihiitl votes or bond tint! 11",...-.
I "ill be payable iv 'he aaine currency as lln. Ib.veinui
I pay. with, nud no MM The tiovernuieiit never
I ftiltsl to meet its engagement., autl thu liittioitnl .1. l.t
I Hint mortgage apt— the whole property of Ml. cult
While olher- slock,, fbictimle limit leu lo litiy, or ere
•rrenler per cent., Mi.vcriitut>nt stock, .ire always coinpt
lively firm. Their viiluo is flxed and reliable, bßyond
other .ecinilies-, lor while a th..us.ui.| ttpociilmiio bllbb
ii... autl burst, a. a tub. they am never below pur, ninl a
Ith Liberal Intekekt.—Tiie general rate nf iutar*—
«lx per cent., payable iiniiually. This is Beven and tin
tenths, payiil.le stilt twin milly. If you lend on
thcie utOll be n searching of titles, lawyers'li'-s. sin,
tint... ..ml ilelay., and yt.n will finally have rnttiriieil
ytiu oiilv the smut- kind nf money you would receive It.
the .: Venn...ni.ami less t.r it. If you invest iv this 1.,
yon have no trouble. Any bank or hunker will obtaii
for you wilhoiif charge. To eavh note or bond nr.- .illi v
("coupons" or interest titkelt, tine at the expiration
successive half year. The holder of n noli, has sin
cut off one „f these coupons, present it ta th- Deal.
; or lloveriinieiit Agency,niiil receive his iulrrt si| I
itself lictal not li. presented at nil. Or a cospon tb
hie Will everywhere lie equivalent, when due, lo .
ney. liyon wlsii to borrow ninety cents on lite ilol
u|Hiit the notes, you have the highly* security in thu in
■ ket to do it with. If you wish to sell, It will bring will
a fraction of coat and Interest at any moment. II will
very handy to have in the house.
It is Convhrtidli Into a six percent. gobl-bearing boi
At the expiration of three yeara il holder of the note,
the 7-!10 Loan ha. the option of accepting payment in rt
or offiintliu.; his notes inn six |terooiit. golil-inicrost 1...
I the.prineijial payable in uot less than five, nor inure th
twenty yours from Its tliite, as the n.iveriilnent Dray el.
These bonds are held nt Ktich a premium as to make tl
privilege now worth two or three per cent, jier annum, v
adds so much to tbe interest. Notes of the siinie class,
sued three year, ago, aro now Belling at n rate that In!
proves the correetuws of tliis statement.
Ira Exemption rßoji Stats on Muxiuipal Taxation.-
But aai.lo from all the advantages wo liuvo onillnoritlcl,
I .pedal Act .of Cougross exempts all bonds and Trtasur
notes from local taxation. On the average, this SMMptß
i. wortli ulmut two per cent, por annum, atcoitliug to tl
rate of taxation in various parts of the country.
It is a National Sa vinos Bank.—While this loan pre
sent, groat nilvuubigtiß to largo capitalists, ll offers spoela
nrlucements to those who wish to make n safe and piultti
bio investment of .mall tmvißgs. It is every way the la*.
Savings' Bank; for every institution of thi. kind inns
I aomohow invest its deposits profitably in order to pay lv
I tore«t autl expenses. Thoy will invest largely In this ham
la. tbo best iuvestuioat. But from the gross Interest whkl
J they receive, they must deduct hugely for the expense, o
tlio Bank. Their usual ratu of interest allowed lo de|Ki»i
I tors is 5 por cent, upon Bum. over $1)00. Tho person win
J invests directly with Government will receive almost M
I per cent. more. Thus the man who deposit. $1000 in i
I private Saving*' Bank reci-ivea 50 dollars v your Interest,
I if ho deposit, the aumeaum in lhi. National Saving.' Hank
receive. 73 dollars. For those who wish to iind v safe,
I convenient, and profitable mean, orinvestiug thoirsurplus
I earning, whicli thoy havo reserve.! for their old ago or r_r
I tlio benefit of their children, there ia nothing which pre
sents an uinuy advantages aa this National Loan.
I _je—-1 __________
LOCKIIART A STINKR,
NO. 1 EAST MAINSTREKT.COKNERHANK
HALL'S OLD L'OKNuii.
NIMINt, ,;o.,Ds in e V e,.,. ~_,„,,, of „,„
A-'l'^Wu' 1 -' l "'' i "' , ' AIITICLW
A SPLKN 1 "!' ASSORTS! Bf-0-
FANCY (ItXIDS, Phalon * Sons' relebrat KHFI ME-
I RlKS.especi.illy Ihe world renowned-NIHIIT BLOOM INtl
CERKUS," "COCIN SANS I'AKKIb SOAP,"and "UOLII
J KN CREST" Perniniery guiierully.
I Shlrtß and Ili.uveis made to order al short in.ticti and
I with di.ji.iti),. Special Altciiliuii paid lo the making ol
j I, el.. -' nn.l Children", garment..
This being a branch house, we are enabled to supply the
I trade on tlio most liberal terms.
I 8- LOCKIIART A STINER
p INOER WINE.
Tliis wine is Invaliiiibbt to aged invnlhls, ns a st.'.lbiii..
tonic. ..ml I,ir all Mm purposes for wblrlifllugi i-is usntj
inch. in.illt. beside, being n llelightlill nml left-,— ,ili_ I
Summer Beverage, either pun. or .lightlj. diluted will,
•••■•cr .ml mixed will, Ice. It also MakM a pl*Mßß> tttr I
!_!?_*_?___.. J V , r n "y spil'itou. hover*.-,
Price 11 t>l per U.tlle. To be |„J „, t) „.
. !"*____■ - 1 "" '-Atlantk- llutel_B,.i|, l i,'. |t
O UAGIC—We would say tlmt tiT-T|.-Zf I
Q Cigars both imported and In tl,. i,
tote had «t the'TlP-TOP" WinTo-l Li" nor Store' t,
but " " I^ o " ,0, *3«l*--- -mmmS
of what they hove, we wou't say it. If Y ou .r. «_-?
' 11 *■' \ .' ' .
r ' .:mi_-
A NATIONAL BANK
UI-BERT C. WALKER.
JNO. JAY KNOX.
F.DWAKII M. BROWN' CINCINATUS W. NEWTON.
MARSHALL PARKS. (IKOKfIE SANIIRTKR.
J Nil II WIIITKIII.AU WILLIAM NICHOLS.
Cill.llKKTC. WALK Kit.
GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY AND
FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE
Exchange Bank Building-, Main Street
AGENT FOR 7-30 LOAN.
A romtant supply .»f Note, will be kept on hand.
This Rank will buy and .ell all classes of tiOVKRN
MKNT SHUUUITIM at ciirreitl market rales.
FURNISH KXCII ANDK nn.l make collection, on ALL
THK I'ltlM'll'Al. CUIUS M TIII-I UMTKII STATKS
Purchase Mover nii.cnt Vouchers on the MOST FAVOR
accounts of up-inkss mm and firms,
und to any other business entrusted t,, the Hunk.
FULL INFORMATION in regard In UIiYKIINMKNT
LOANS nt all limes cheerfully hiunshed.
TRKAS-RY DI.PAUTMKNT, I
Ol'llOl "I (—MI'TUOI.I.KR or ClliltLNCT, >
WAsiiin.iti— , .May I.lth, IS—. J
ll'lll,KK.lil by sulislui'tiily evhUm— presented to the 1111
--tlersii-ned, it iitut been math, to appear Unit tin* ''EX
CIIANIIK NATIONAL RANK OF NORFOLK," la Ihe
City or Norfolk, In the County id Norfolk, nud State of
Virginia, lias luu-u duly nraani/eil under and according to
ri'.|niremeuts of the Act of Congress . .:!.TJ. .1 ■' An Act to
provide v Nutiounl I'urrt ney,secured by upletl,<et>t United
State* lion.ls, uud lo provide lor the circulation and rc
.lelii).lion lb.rc.it," approved jb_oßd, ltvOl. nnd hits com
plied with all the provision, of said Act to be complied
with before c-tiniuiclii-iln; tile business ot Ranking under
Now, Tiirirrosr. r. Fokiaiih Oubbb Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby nnirv that "THK KXCIIAMIK
NATIONAL BANK OF NORFOLK." in the City of Nor
folk, in Mm County of Norfolk, and State of Virginia, i.
authorized to c.immt.nci. tin. business of Banking uitilcr
the Act aforesaid.
...—^—,. In testimony whereof, witness nty h.ti,,) and
\ '• •• r»cal nf tifflei. thl. thirteenth tluy of May
1 I lSi'io.
■ Colnptrnller of the Currency.
TKKASITKV tIF TIIK IINITKO STATES, I
Division of tiik National Baku, V
\\'.ishiiii.ti.ii, June ti, IMS, f
It I. hel.bv nlllHcl Mint Till! P.VCIIANIIK NATION
Al, HANK UF NORFOLK, Virginia, a Hslikllni Aaaooia
tiou i.r.inuiz. .1 uti.lci- tht. Act 'To piovide a Natioii.tl Cur
leh. v. MRU—I by a pledge of liuile.l Slates lb.lids, aud to
provide fbr fhe cfrculutlou und redemption tjuioof," ap
proved Jane '■'~ 1864,' having t.unplicd with Ihe requlr*
111..1ie.d5,. lion 4". ol ttlliil Alt,nud with the n aula li'dl
ot this l)c|..irtmeiir ina-lo in pursuance thereof, bis lln,
day I le.i?iiitteil a. a Depositol} or Pul.lic Moneys, ex
...jif i-.ceii f-i from Cnstoins, and lry vtitllufif'Mit It dcigiiu
tion vv-MI nlsti bo emplnved Its a FjulliCtal Allelit of Ihe
ib.veriiiuei.t. F. E.SI'INNK.R,
Jo.l-tf Treiißiirer II S.
r• — , - _
rpMiß N()iiFoLi< poVt
JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
NO. 18 ROANOKK HQeIiARE,
(-OftMERIW 111. HER MP BUILDIrfii,)
NK..R MAIN STJUsET,
Will l.orf.nii-1,.1,, tn nil HA np|)uhitmentn. Thu Jr...*". lm
together with the most I'ltoMciKNT and KXPKKI
KNCKU J Oil PRINTERS, will tumble ns to execute
EVERY DESCRIPTION Of PIMNTINII in the mo.l H.tli.t
fiu'biry nuinuer. The fat ill I if. afforded by tb.. libST
ANll LATEST IMPItOVF.II M ACIIIN F.RV, willulsoi n.i-
Mowi to furnish work it i great reduction ft tbrmal
prices iv Norlolk, reiiil.-iiiie.it iiiin.-ees.suiy eifher oa ac
count of liici'huiiicnj t.volition pr price, lor any to sub 1 *
lliitli'orders aivav lo have ttn-tn tiled,
and Curd work of every description, PLAIN and in
COLORS, will li" piinte.l In the VERY I)ES'I*S'I'YLK aud
All order,l should lie plainly written, especially proper
niiniea, to prevent mistakes, nnd hund.il lv at the Count
ill's room on Ihe first flnor.-oi- if sent by letter addressed lo
K. M. Brown, Norfolk Post.
Cii.li on delivery of lite work, except ill casts where or
ders are rroin n jrtilnr ndv. rtlsers. In the bitter casoa bill,
will ho rendeitsi monthly.
THE DAILY XX J' ll EH H,
Has entered upon its Fifteenth year. In an enlarged
t'llll. with n.-vv type, under .—rplcM Itffhlyßatterlna.—
It Ins a hit';., und dally in. inininj; circulation, and offers
•• Jlercluiiiis and „ti„., B deafrfng to commaplrate with
ho Sontherti public, udvnntagea surpassed by none. '
T " nw "" ,t " t r. («i
~""' ""'" ' - 001'
1 ivti mi.nth. ~,,„ , llldl
I Three nuilltlis '" ,- gn
Six mouths " „,
~. —1 IHJ
0 "•'-) , '• ,, ■ 411 OU
_ TWO StlllAßtS
J*° "'"'•'" tin M
One niouih w
Twouiontha y, tH ,
J 1 "" '"'b. .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' lit uu
S? moirlb. a „ un
""•' V'-ir on uu
Person. ,I, siring a greatsr tjuuntity or niuict, Mian is
..ve desiKiialcd, will l...ue,.ii.iiu,.,l„ted on libel al terms
Bingl* Cony (Mailedi f r .
( nonlh <l„ ' ,? !,"
Thr—t months do ._.„.,'." »■' ■!
fJix inonlhs do T. ...
Ono year do \Z\ZZ".'.'.'.'"2 6 00
.„„,, A ■'••CRLTCIIFIELD4CO,
- k I'.lersbur., Va.
r jp H E IJOS TO N poB T .
Mto-r_____fi it.'.'" " H *« "»^.ii" K a,lv,i
u'ar t ,v , " U men and measiVie.for
a 1,, loit) >ears—lh*L'uii»taiit»iipp,irterofßtat.. Rieht*
„ , 1 -S*" lr '-'"■"•itutioiiul rchtlions «.
. i , . ', lh , cl " J ', , '' I ! i ">'"»"'.'nt,aßks the attention
,',, .1 "__?_! *° ''' l ir "P»»a"» I" fnmish Mien, wills
opios.il the ~.|i,,.. ,1, rates:
Rostov Post, (I'aily) , 10 ,„ r sllttom
iSemi-lleekly; 4 »
" (Weekly) 2 "
I The P„at spares no expense in 11. Umgraphlc racort*—
' rl 1 .1.','," "■'•■l'*"" 1 "" 1 '", and In lis F en„r.il niran.emiiits for
v. wa Mat it may Inriii.li it-, reud.-is with the earlie.l ~,J
luiltwt Infoi umtion on all subjects, commercial, polttii ,|
uns. c laueous and literary, foreign and donntatlo to be ..t,"
laiiinl. It desires lo renew the Intercourse wlth'it. South
ern Irianda the war interrupted, nud to extend It. rln-ula
lioiiwliet ev.r its Democratic au.l Ceiiseivatlve advonry
or the eijual rights of the St.itca uud the perpetuity ot th*
i ... -.. umy render it acaaptabl*.
ab^'-fe'-so'soUciTe,'!''' "'" b * i, "" ,r,od at reasonabl*
iv tt 7m'' r RRENE * C0 ' ''*"''l"l>*r.-
Jy 17-3 m 40 and 4. Couyro.. Street, Btatton Mass
S oL ( nsVn£ ( . Tf^ACCO.-UeiTtii-.
«aa_r___S:__. -"""•A' »■"" ScarfaUtU imok.ng
iuiobvco, ult anuuiio. F.,i _|~ at the
.v. i ,7" n °f" WJNB AND LIOCOB W-ttE,
j *agi-*f OnduAilg,aiTlot.l*aUdliig