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ooi kill I U Hj ( tteiQhM of tW mk wUI
Iut Ik right to ft? t tun W tka tuttalooMtv
teiaod U tk ofkr. ul nfort tk rtaal4ar.
f Jowrlpttoa of tho ihmm 1b tkt iboto 1UI fcU
ln an ttArtoi to tk waplM at tk Kavy Tardo at
RwTrha4 BatoUaaaAjfof lateaaUa a to tk
law a4 KtrmlatltM Qa ramaUat forasltrocaril.BC
ooatraatu to tk of ta CommaadaaU aal Pay
uultn of tk MToraLlf Tarda.
Tk Pooartaoat rVArrM tk rtgkl t rtjad aay pro
pooalAotaoiiMatfAadnaucooBa U tko OoTonaoat,
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It UBlVrCflAN0,SXLE3 IN WISCONI
TltO Wit Or THl PBWlOIHT'iTEOCLAllATIOa
.--'i.-vl Mo T10, DATIO JOII ti, 1IM. ,
It ordm aaMIo aaloo I tk StaU of WUCOHHllt u
followi t " " "
At tko Laad 0tloa HXk CXOUK, ob tk ITtB dtr of
RCTaMBUBKtlkiwrdaflUoa la tklrtT-alx
TowatUpo aadparUof Toaok1pa.la la eoaauaaof
Moaro. Vaakaoa, Troaaaloaa, aid Bafalo,
At tkd I.d Ofloo .t LA CSOS8K, oa tk (k daf of
IIPTMBBA Mat, oormUaB aarta of Taaipa, tk
COaUtTMakTV! tr-lja 't
At tka Laad Offleo at rALLS ST. CB01X. oa Iko lit
dar of OCTOBItt aoxt, tko rooorrod ooottoai la Uiiy
foor TVaoklfo aad partaorTowatalp, la tko ooaatloo
of JaB. Flrof aad M. Orals, vi
AltkoXudoae at 74LW IT CE0II, oa U B4
di7of.QCTOBElt MxLtoa partoof TowaaMM,U tko
ooaattofofropla aad Moroo '
At tko Laad at HO CLAIKB, oa tko lot d-r or
OCTOBUaaaUfrMaorrod, aoaUoaa la tea rartoef
To-raablpo.Aa Ik oobiUm of Clark, Cklppowa, Kaa
Clalx. aadpuB. , .J i
Aifko UaioaoaatBTETtAfB POJTTT.om tko tk
day of OCTOBER aoat, oaobaadrodaadtoaTowaoklpa
aal partial Tewaaklpla tb aaUo f Xarakoa aid
At iko Laad OAao at KIXUHA, oa Iko hb.d.ycf
OCTOBKBiaost. UtTkVtv.a Towaaklp aad part of
Towaaklpi, la tko ooeaty of Oooato.
GoaUlBtaffOTWftvaBdQuartir mtUloaoof acroa
of paklt laad. J. M. BDMUWDl,
CoanalMloaorof tko Gootral Laad Ofleo.
OaaiaiL Labo Orrica, Jaao li, ltwa.
BoTa. (Tador tk rtgalaUoai of tk Dopartawat, aa
korotoforo aad aowcUttig, ao payaoat caa ba mado
for adTortltalat proolanatloa oxeopt to oaok pabllikara
aa ara peiailv authoring to pakliak by tko Coamla
aloaor of tko Ocaoral Laad OBoo. JtJl.wlSt
TEN8ipN qPFIdMJaHOH 2, 1866.
ApptUkUIaka?Uf kMBaadO aadortko aitof Jaaa
, 1S00. rr tko rtao of tko followlaa doaorlbod Laad
Warraata, wkloh aroalUfod UkaToboaa loot or d
atroyod, boUoo U horaby g lra tkat at tk data follow
Uf iko doaoiipMoB of oab warraat a bow oortlleau ar
warraat of Uko toaor will b laaaod. If bo valid objoo
tloa tkall lb appoar i
Bo SI tW, for lao aoroa, Its Bador tboact of Marob
J, llfifl, la tka aa af Tkomaa Wallaoo, aad wma I raalod
aaaarrlft.1807 MyW,l&M. aUA-lawllv
Bo K, (IS, for 1)0 aorta, luaad BBdat tbo aet of Marth
fl. IsU, (a tko bum of Laoy WktUotab, widow of Jooa
WUioottbt aad waa raatod April Eft, UW. Jaao 1,
1SA0 7 raid
Bo 1S.MT. for 80 aeroo, Utmod vadar tka aet of Hank
8, 1E3& la Ibo aamo of Jarnoo Pbllboo. aad waa a raatod
lfoTomWlO,18M Jaao II, lHd. nfaZ7lawl8w
Bo. U.EM, for lflO aoroo, ta-aod aalor tbo act of BUtok
t, IMS, la tha aaao of JadUh, widow of Darld afallor,
aadwaorrUdOtobrS0,lM0. JatTli,loM ala
Bo MOMor40MroM,oodiu.dttbMiof Bptai.
tor, 14W, la Ibo aaaio of Jaaa Agaow, widow of Ba-taot
At bow. aad waa g raatad fobrauy IX 1BA1 Aagait
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
DXITID BtATM PiTIXT OrilOl,
, Waobixutox. Jalr ll.lBafl.
OBtkopotlttOBofLlBaiYal,r,ofNowTork IT T,
praylag for tk oxloailoa of a paUat graalod to bio ob
tho 10l day of ltlobor, 18A3, for aa ImproTonoat la
BarKl.r proof Plato for Door, Baft, Walli, VaalU.
oto, for htii yoaro from tbo oxplratloa of oald
raUat, wklok Ukti plao oa tbo 19th day of Ootobor,
It U ordorod that tho -aid potlttoab board at Ibo
PaUat OUte ob MO.f DAT, Ibo 11 day or Ootobor aoxt,
at 11 o'otook ra aad all portoai ara aotllod to appoar
aad ohow caoao. If aaythty karo, why oald potllloa
ooght aot to bo graatod.
Portoso oppoklag Ibo oxtooaloa ar roaalrod to SI la
tk Potoat Offle taolr obloelloaa, apoelally aot forth la
wMlior, at Uait twenty dayo boforo tho day or btarlag,
all tcitlmoay BUd by ollhor party, to bo Btod at tho
aid baarlag, moot b takoa aad traaimlttod la aeoord
aaoo with too rule of tho offle, which will bo far
Blihod oa apptltkUloB
Dopoallloao aad olhor papora, rollod apoa aa UatU
moay. uuit bo nlod la tho olfleo tiotnty daya boforo tho
dayofbaariDgt tha argamaBU, If aayt wlihlafomdaya
atar lllag tha Uatlnooy
Ordorod, alto, that thti aoltoo bo pabltthod la tho
BircaLiOAxaadtbo InUlligtnoer, WaahUgtoa, D O.
aud la tho TYmtf, Bow Tork. T , oaet a wook for
throo aoeeaaalro woakai tho flrat of oald pablleatlom to
bo al laul ilxly 4;i pmloaa totta ,J
Aatlag CommUalooar of Fatoaw.
P 8Bdlloroof tko aboTo papora will plaaao oopy,
aadoadlhlrbllUttk Patoat Ofloo Wltk a p-par
ooatatBtag thlo aotlaa. )yl5-w3kt
OTI0E TO THOSE WHO USp THE
Watrb BaanTBAa'a Or oi, )
Cut HitL, Jaly 17, lotto. (
Tkla ofleo la adrUod by tha Bag lator la obargo of tho
WA8UIB0T0B AQUEDUCT that 7tkaro I aow a dad
claaey Utbaopply of wator. " II U abaolaloly a
caaaary. tharoforo, tkat tka roatool oooaomy b b
Tbo pollao autborltloa ar oaraoaUy roqaaatod to to
fore rigidly tho lawi agalaat waatoof wator, oapoolally
U tagarda atroot waahora aad I.Tory alabloa, aad to
roportallauoaof wutt to Ula oats i
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Maa taa 47 of Oatokar, laM, akk rklaaaod aa tk
(Kk t aUf, IW, fW kk Uakmaakkkl Ik " Baa Bltaa,'
fat karaa jaara froa tka nrliktlaa of aaU ratoaLvklak
II U orkatat tku tka aal MtHtok U kaul kt Ika
IMaM Onaa aa aroaOkt) tkk ink Jr of laltaiaar,
IM,M U k'alaakaa.ttkkikUtatkna an atlio4ka
kWkki aaw aaw aaaaa, ir kky tkar kkkk, wkr kklk po-MKkkkkiMkaiUkonaaUAT-
. . .
"a atvaatai Ui aitaaalt w Ma.l4 to Ilk Ik
wflklkm IMrkkJaaUaka, ataalallraat fonk Ik
HRMinai vara aataaa tkkkkj acaaanasi
V a 7 oaor Tanj, sv kl Ikk BkM
I k uin uk. Iniialltal la aaar4kki
Ik kkat aikar kkakt.kallaj kkM a. kk.ll.
r, kkaak kk kU4 1 tkk kklaa haaiXv 4aia kafa tkk
, OtkkkkT. kiaaVikki tkaf aatlaa Uk.'tllik V. IV. ."
rkkkHkMtlkk4MJaWMrlWaaklkitaa,D tt, aa4
la Ik 'CtMMMraUllkiakkkkil, Oklk, aka a vaak far
; " t.wi iaaraioiaairaouakllokaM
b kt laaat atttj 4kjk fkntaka I tk f kaarlkt.
. O- ..t: . .. . waiktiiaioaafartTalkkla.
r. aTWItark T tka kWra tapan 1U Tlaaa aopr,
kk4kk4tlHtrMua atkriiaatOlaa,Vltk a papir
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EPABTKENT OP tUK tNtERlOR;
Vtmn T4th Txntt Orrto.
X 4ral(aa u, VkklTI, (tSOOk
1 va kkT ki uaaakaa. laok i r .1
k II la 4ara4 tkat Ikk kaUL MUlkk a kaak al tkk
r.u.tpM k0HDATTtVUk4aj afikkMKVar
kkkt, klltk'klkalta I aal all ponaak an aorMa4 to
kpaaai a4 akkw aakaa, If ur Uik, kkr. wj lalj pall.
tloanfklkottobktrkkla4. 1 - , T,
TfMa appoklu lb kitoaalok am iMklfkJ to Ilk Ik
tka PaUH dan Ikar okkalloka, aoaalallr aal for k kk
vtlOajr , kt laaat lamfy 4ara bforaka 4ar kf kkkriki
kk!4 baarlki, aaal ka Uktk kk4 tra.mlH
HWHHf ,. wr auaar
kkoa wltk Ika tklaa af tkk aaaa, vklak will k far
klakkk kk kkkllaatloa. . 1
vapoainoaa aaa otaar papora, ralla4 apok tm Jaall-
Hoar, naat ba lla4 la tka offlao ftorny 4ara bafora Ika
4ar of haarta, 1 tkk krraaaata, U uj, wltUa fan 4bt.
kfur lllkf tkk laaUaoar l " '.,
oraaka4.kUo.uu tkU kotlo ba pabllaba4 Is tka
KktvkUCAJI kk4 Ika XatUmalJmUlHfmoir, Wkaklkf
toa, D. a , aaA la Ikk 'ettrMI, Boatok, Haaaaakaiatu,
aaoo kwaak far tkraa akaoaaalra vaakaf tka IM af aali
PkkllaatUfcalob kl lkaat afktr 4ara vakklakk to tka
-,. - . --' AatLaarGoaalaatoaaraf PaUkU.
1 .UUora of tka kbora papora will plaaao aapr,
aa4 Mai tbalt bUla la tka Pataai oaeo-killb a papar
aatalalkt Ula kottt. J Jll-1ilw
Ji-r j ill r waiTui oTaTa rkTkn urriok,
- ... r' ,. WAkHllktOJI, Ikk kJLIm.
Ok tka IWtlUoa af L. O. 0 Wllkart. o(klU.i:
phla, Faakaylraala, pikTUr for tk oktakktaa af k
RWat ,rakta4 to kla kk Ikk Wk 4kfr Oalobar,
so. for kk laproToaaat Ik "8lka for Orakaaktliur
1011108, I for aaTak paara froa Uo oxplrallokf aali
paUat, vUak lUu plkaaoa tk Utk4k7i0( Oaubar,
II la ar4ara4 tkkt tka aali potlrlo b llaarl kt Ika
kt It o'aloak, a. j kk4 kll paraoaa ar katllak laappaaa
Oklbt kot Ik ba crkktaov ,
Faraoak oppulkf tkk kitokalok k raalra to ilk la
IkarktoklOBta Ikalr abjaatloaa, apatlaUraalfortkU
wtlUkt, kt laaat hlf 4aji bafora tka 4ar of kaarlai 1
kll laaliaoar 4 kf allbaf pattp, I ba aM al tka
mtm Hiaiiar, hi MB.a UIHUHH IB OOOOrk
auawttk ika nlaa af Uaofloa, wkltkwIU k far
klak4kppltaaHoki. i ' " f
ISapoaUloaa ak4 atkat wra. rallal kDoataataatl.
aaoaj, akat k lltU tka Jaa taaialy daft bafora tkl
Or4ara4, ala. tkal Ula aoUaa bapkblliha4 la tka Ba
JkLfOAk ka4 taa InUlUotnetr. Waakla.taa. D C a.i
kkkLrokk- ka4 taa InUlUfneiT,
Ik Ika ork Uaurtam, fkllk4alpklk, Vaaaajlrakla,
aaaa k waak f or tkra aaaaoaalra waaka tka srat of
Bkldakkllaatloaa lob kl laaat alxlrdara praTtoaato
MrufNMmi 1 u.iaaiaaa,
. ... CkkUBlBBloaar of PalaaU,
P kVB4llor of tka kkoa o paptro will plaaao aopr,
aad aaad tkalrkuia to-ikaraiaalOBaowUkk papar
wiwm w. ww,a r-, , j..iaifaa.n
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Darrao Statb Path Orrioa, '
Oa tk potltloB of Waatoa Roaao, of Taa a toa,
aVaaa., praylaf for tko oxtoaaloa of a patoat (raatd.a
aa far oi
ay of BoTtabr.l&ax for aa InaroTO
anoat la Motracttag kfaloo,
M. BaTl. at'-.. ;. !... .
tko OEplratlOB of aald patoat. wkloh takoa plao oa tko
J J- -at Mi.l.. Itaa ' "
or mm jaarki iron
Si dav of HoTaaiBor. M6.
ItUrdr4 that tk aald mUUob b hoard at tka
PaUat Offle oa KOHDAT, tho loth day of Ootobor aoxt,
at I) o'aloak, aa. I and all praoa ar aotlBod to appear
aad akowoaa, If aay thoy karo, wkr aald potuioa
oatkt aot to bo graatod.
Porooaa op poil ag tbo oxtoaaloa ar roaalr! to 11
la Ik PaUDiOfflootktrokJoatloaB,Bpoolallyaot forth
lag all toatlmoBy Hod by oltkor party, to bo vaod at
tho aald haarlag, naat bo takoa aad traaaaUttod tk a,
oordaac wltk U rslo of lh ofleo, wklok will bo for
alahad Oa appUoaUoa
Dopoallloao aad otaor papora. rollod tpoa aa Uitt
moar. raaat ba Uod 1b tk odo tvtntv dara boforo tho
day of haarlag j tho argomaaUJf aay, wlthla t day
NaWaT BUSK BAMJ WBdaBlOHy.
Ordond, alio, that thla aolloo bo pabllihad la tho Ba
rpauoav aad tha Tmt4lUtnncr WaahlaatoH. D. C
aad la tk Journal, Boitoa. Maaa , oaoo a wook for
ar awikjiT wwki nni or BBia pBDiiaauoa 10
bo at loaatalxty day prOTlooa to lb day of haariog,
T. C TBBAKBB,
ComnUaloaor of Pataota
P 8 Edltora of tbo aboTo paport will ploaao copy,
aad aoad thotr bllli to th PaUat Ofleo with a popor
ooaUlalag tbU aotlca. JoZMawSw
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
Ubitid Btate Patxxt Orricx,
WAIBIXOTOX, JBJy IX, 1800.
Oa Iho paUttoa of Polar Qoloor. of GrooaaaaUo. Pa.,
orarlaa for tho azUBBloa of a toalaal raaliil la him nn
UoltUb day of Ootobor, 18oi,for aa InproTomoal la
" Bkiimmm, iV( nni jmmrm irvin n apirav
tloa of oald paUBt,wkIth takoa plaoooa Ibo 19th day
ItUordarod that tho aald potllloa bo board at tho
PaUat OflaooaalOBDAT, Iho lat day or Oalobar aoxt,
at 18 o'clook, a j aad all porooao ar aotlBod to appaar
aad ahQw aoao,ir aaythoykaTO, why aald Mtltloa
OBght aot to bo graatod,
Praoaa oppoalag tho oxUaaloa ar roqutrod to flto la
tho PaUat oaoo tktlr objoolloaa, apottally aal forth la
writing, at loaat fwoafy dayo boforo tbo dayof hoarlagt
all UaUnoay fllod by olthar party, to bo vaod at Iho
aald hoarlag, naat bo takoa aad triDinUtod u aeoord
aaeowlth tho ralaa of tho offleo, whlakwlllb far
Uhod oa applleattoa -
Dapooltloaa aad othor papora, rollod vpoa aa toatt
moBy. raaat bo fled la tho offlao titunty daya bafora tho
day of hoarlagt tbo argnnoaU,lf aay, wlthla tin daya
after fllag tho loatlmoay
Ordorod, alao, that thla vottoo bo pobllabod ta tbo
BxrtTBUOAa aad Ibo InUlligenotr, WaahlagUa, D 0. ,
aad la tha f aad villa JlepubVoan, Pa. , oaoo a wook for
throo BflOOoaatTO wooka tha Arat of aald pablleatloaa to
bo at laaat alxty day proTloaa to Iho day of hoarlng
Atttog CoraialHloBor of Patent a
P B Editor of Iho aboTo papars will ploaao oopy,
and aoad their bllla to th Patent Offle with a paper
ooatalalng thla aotlca jyia lawSw
DETAlt'lMENT OF THE INTKIUOlt.
UllTkk lTkTB8 PkTBBT OfllGL E
WuauatOk, lair 9.I8M.
OktbapatltloaofD D AUiB.ofAdami.ktauaokosatta,
praylor for Ika atlasaloa of a palaat tikkta4 to kla
oa tka Tfitk 4ar of Ootobar, 1&91 for aa laproTauaal la
' Tool for Coltlaf Pbib oat of Boot Bolot' for Bvaa
raara fraa Ika asptraltoa of aald palaat, wklok lakaa
plaoa oa tka lfitk dar of Oatobor, 1H,
Il la ordorod tkal tka oald patltloa ba baard at tha
PaUat Offloa ob HOMOAT, tha lat dar of Oetobr
aaxt,at Ito'alocka aad all pb'bobb ara aollflad to
appaar aad akow aaaaa, If aar tbar bara, whr aald I.
tltloa oag kl aot to bo (raatad
ParaoBB oppoBlsi Iko oalaaatoB ara raqalrad to flla la
Ika Palaat Offlta Ikalr objaetloaa, Bpaclallr Bat forth la
writlar at laaat tkMMfydaja bafora tka da. of baarlaa
all taipuoar Had br althar parlr, to ba saad at tha
aald baarlac, mBBl ba takaa aad traaiulttad la aeoord,
aaaa with tha ralaa of tha ne, vklak wlil ba far.
alikad oa appllealloB
DapoBltloaa aad othor paparB, rallad apok kB lo,t.
noaT, aait ba fllad la tka offleo tbMw'y dara bafora
tha dar of haarlaalthaarganaau, If kay, vlthla fara
dara aflat fllta, taa taitlaoBr
vr.tr.o, u.o, loai lata aou.. p. paoii.D.o la ina
RarDBLIOAB. aad tha Jnltlltattutr. WaBklafflon-D C .
aad la tha BpilagBald Aejiwolloan, UaaBaebn.alta.oaea
a weak for Ibrao taecaailTB waaka I tha drat of aald
SBbUeatloaa to ba kl laaat alxlr data praatoBa to
BTOfhaarlaa T 0 TRB1KIS.
Commitaloaar of Patanta
P l.Bdltora of tka abora papora will plaaia aopr,
aad aaad Ihalr bllla to tha Paleal Offloa with a papar
aoaUlalai IhU aoea J'll1w.,"
TI8TniOT OF OOLUMDIA, COUNTY
J OP WAinHIOTOcT.lawlll I harabr aarllfr that
Klcbard Horkaa, of Taehlaetoo aoaalr. brooght bafora
ne. tha aBboerlbar, oaa of Iho laillcaB of tha Peace Ik
aad for aald aoaalr, thla lllhdaror lair, lSM,aa a
atrar, a BOKRIL 110EII. ioobI 11 haada high, 10 or 11
leari i old, atar oa forehead, three while feet, .ear oa lall
fere kaee, Barked 0. Baa. I 0.1 Up ahoddea aad thla
ladath . '
Olraa okder ar baad
, .. . . W THOKPIOIT, I p.
Tba owaar of tka kbaTe.daaerlbed boraa ta reqaealed
to pitta properlr, par ahar,aa, aad Uka klra kwar.
Al Mri WcUjd'l tun.lX bUh kVrtk ( Bladeatar,
. IK t 'O i
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v vnv BW'q
.I ( ijatfB Bill
OkUkpktlUkk of 014anakkla((t1raatBxbkrr,
MaaaaakktaUa, prarlar fa tkaj !! A f a pklkkl
trkkU4lkkli;rOatobar llJkSlTVvkTaV U41I1..U
laipraTamakIa rra kkkaxM Hknk 10, iBotlfor kk Iki
proTaauat la- Oilaklki mia,' faa aataaTtaarl froa
Ikk kSktiatlkk f aalk kkLnk. -wklok kk alkb.m Ik.
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C . if ,hOt'.u rt v
ItvlflfMJlllltf J 1
1 iHimi4 etebpv-j,.
I6J -.iH. K19oO'
n tlfi ,--
omtm Aifidrntiriu wui tW BmUn
' national UiiJonnrentloTt. J
a ANktiookl Unloa.ConTenUon,"of itleut
twodlejgld froni'eAth CAaffretalonkl di
(rIctot'klUfi(j8ilc.,"(.(!,:rrom etch Tent.
tary, two from the Dutrietof ColnmblA, and
four dolegaks'at largo from each Btale, will
be held at the "clly, of thiladefprjla, pa 'the
Bocodd TncadkT tl4thi of "Abrrutt ttezt
Such delegate! will to ciodcn.by tho.clcc-
i. . tL. I Oi.l L- -.-!' .1.-
avisvi wui aqTCTwa Diatvk auiu auaMauacuie
Adminlktratlon in maintaining unbroken the
union of the State under- the Oonatitotion
wnlcn otir" fathCTi'ertablithed, -and who
agree vx)a Iouowing,prrj08iuonk, ru :
1 It iinLnn nratii. HtAtA. fa fn btm. j....
indiuoluble, and i perpetual j and the Con-
uniuon oi ue vntiea eutua, ana in uwt
passed by Oongreu ln pnnuaaco thereof,
snoremo and constant, and nnlrertal In their
The right, the dignity ltd the equality of
UlODIMtCaiUUlO VaUOla, lUCiUUUiaj WH3 (Igllk
oi representation in uongreas, are solemnly
guaranteed by that Constitution, to laro
which fronoTcrthroWiomaelt blood and
treasure were cipended fn the late civil war;
1 There Is no .right, anywhere, to dissolve,
tho Union, .or, tot separate. .States from the
Union, cither by voluntary withdrawal, by
forte of arms, or by congreolenal action
neither by the secession of the Btatca, nor by
the ezclualon'of their 'loyal and qualified
representatives, nor oy ue national uovcra
ment in any other form : -. .
Slavery Is abolished, and neither can, nor
ought to 'be, re-established in any Btate or
r.acn Diaio.naa ine nnaouoiea rignt to pre
lenbo tho quftlificaUons of Its own electors,
nd no external power rightfully can, or
ought to, dictate, control, or influence the
free and voluntary action of the States in the
exercise of that rirht :
The maintenance Inviolate of the rights of
the States, and especially of the right of each
State to order and .control " 0TO domestic
concerns, according to its own Judgment ex
cIusItcIv. anbteat emit- la the flnnktltntii.n
of tho United States," Is essential to that bal
ance or power on which the perrection'.and
endurance of our nolitical fabrio denend.'and
the overthrow ot that ,y,tem by tbiB. usurpa
tion and centralisation of power in Congress
wonld bo k?moltsUori;'dangerbus to repub
lican government ana aesirucure 01 unerty j
jmlcu Aiouse ot uooKrcss is rnaue, oy me
Constitution, the sole judire of tho elections.
returns and qualifications of its members;
bat the exclusion of loyal Senators and Kep.
sentatlTe), properly chosen and qualified,
under the Constitution and laws, is unjust
and revolntJonifyi '"
Kvcry patrToi should frown upon all these
acts and proceedings everywhere, which can
serve no pther purpose than to rekindle the
animosities of war, and the effect of which
upon our moral, social and material Interests
at nome, ana upon our standing anroaa,'aii
ferlng only in degree, is Injurious Uke wsiif
aelt, .. .
The purpose of the war JutTlng beett to
preserve the Union and tho Constitution by
Eut ting down the rebellionand the rebellion
aving been suppressed, all resistance to the
authority of the General Government being
at an end, and the war having ceased, war
measures should also cease, ondishould be
followed by measures of peacefuladrninlstra.
uon, so inai union, narmony ana concora
may be encouraged, and industry, commerce,
and the arts of peace rofived and promoted.
and the earlv restoration of all the States to
tha exercise of their constitutional powers in
tho National Government is indispensably
necessary to the strengtti and the defence of
tne uepuDiic, and to toe maintenance of, the
All wtAMectors in tho thirtT-slxT States
and nine Territories of the United States, and
in the District, of Columbia, who ina spirit
of patriotism and love for the Union, con rise
above personal and sectional considerations,
and who desiro to see a truly National Union
Convention, which shall represent .all the,
States and Territories of tho Union, assem
ble, as mends and brothers, under the nation
al flair, to hold counsel together upon the state
of the Union, and to take measures to avert
possible danger from tho Same, are speedily
requested to take part in tho choice of such
But no delegate will take a seat in such
Convention who does not loyally accept the
national situation and cordially endorso the
nnnciolcs above set forth, and who is not at
tochcd, in true allegiance, to the Constitu
tion, tho Union, and tho Government of the
A. W. RANDALL, Prcs't.
J. R. DoOUTTUt,
O. II. DBOWKIkO,
Eiecntlre Com Nat Union Club
tVo recommend the holding of tho above
Convention, and endorso tho call therefor.
Daniel S Norton,
J. W, Ncanrrn,
J axes Dixov,
T. A. IIcvdricks.
Wasbibotqm, Joke 25, 186A
rJUIK ARMY ANDJf AVY JOURNAL
Among the valuable ma tr contained la thoio to!
ouee and 1q tba weekly Ueue of the Jodbxai. may bo
1. A weekly record of Military Movonieate Ihronah.
out tho Bold of war
3. Tho Official Report of Army aad Vary Command
raaadoraof (Jo rem men t Dapartmanta and Bureana
3 A full Oaiatto of Chaogaa a thojWatoanal of tho
Army and BaTy '
4 MotlooaofBow lavoatlooa relating to tho art of
fl Fat) aad ooaaUat oorroapoadaaeo from tho abloat
offleori of tho two ajirleea on tbo proraaalonal qaaatloai
of tho h6rj aaggoatlooa of cbangoa and lmproTomanta;
dlaaaaalona of atlltury oabjacta
0 Aa oxUadod aad thoroagh dlacnaaloa of th Iron
clad qnentloa, with ibo offlelal report tharooa
T Editorial erltlelama and ohaarTatlona. anl arltl.
clama oa correal lite rata re
8, Notlcea of tho prograia la military adeaeo In for
olg a couatrlaa I of foreign military Utorataro, lavaatloa,
9 laatroflUoao to eorroapoadanla la tactical matter.
10 la Bno, a complete record of everything relating
to tho laU war aad to tho general progroaa of military
Tholadoxoolothaao Tolnuaa. ambraclmr rar.rt.ne.
lo over throo thonaaod arllolaa, ar oarefuliy prpard,
and add greatly to tho vain of tho work
Tho Aaar aid Matt JopBHALobv.oa.lv anlove fa
cllttlaafor accurate Information, not only of event In
inoiaiooaupaigna, ooi auooi ido apiritand
of tho Army, which no other aewi paper could
Iholatooaupalgna, bot aUoof Iho apiritand opinio ae
of tho Army, which Bo Olhor aowanaDer oonM ha ai
feetd to obula It baa therefor Ufa able to give lo
la weakly record of military uovouoaU aomathlag of
tho dignity and verity of hUtory
la tta department of Correspondence, aa wall aa In lta
notional page, maay laeaa navo paoa area ooggoat4
which bav ln boaomo taw or aaagaa to tho boaaBt
or tbo Army and Wavy
Tho Aaar aid Matt Joobxal la pabllahod weekly,
at Id a year Slagl eople. may bo obtained of nowa
maa generally WCafP CI1UKCH,
Offleo Ho 39 Park Bow, Mow Tork
rpHIS 18 TO GIVE NOTIOETHATTIIE
L aabeerlber hae obtalaed from the OrpbaBe' Coorl
oTWaehloftoB eoaot, la tba plilriet of Colombia,
lettere of adalaletratloa ob th peraoaal aetata of Sophia
llarver, Late of Waehlasloa, 1 0 , 4eeoaed All
tireooa havUs alalku aa alaal tha aald deeeaeed ara
irebr waroed lo ashlblt the aaise. with tba vokekere
tkereof, to tha aabaerlVar, oa or before tko SOthdarof
Ibbo aastl tker akp olkerwla br law b xlkdd
from kU bokeBt of Ika aald aetata.
Olvaa aadu av bkad tkla sotk 4ar of loaa, ISM.
f7 tir faanlln . , . . .. r ! If I1 '11 V."t Ii tf tat J N . . a- BPj 4 ,T ......
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I ' -r ' f I I ' ' ' ' ' ' -I' " 1 ,.t . .
fkWilWtfr6crtY."'l).'fc.: SATURDAY MORNING,
tT "?." 'aMuaaai
, . oonra noBtat.
Wker kf rk salar ad faat, ld akk.
Tkarv'a a kkllar to ereea, aad a alvar to ford.
w mm aa. jvm keaa e. laaar
i'a aalaa, af tka kaad aa4 a partlas ward,
I k traaaloaa alsb fot Ik kaat, a!4 aau.
ka aMkitfal vaalebad aaal.
Aaa a I
Tba road baa beak rafted kkl rofk, aid naa.
Bat poo aaa k dear balaf wltk faatla tjta,
llaa akarad la -aaf lkkoa aad Baattaaei
. Of ur .' tk to, laflka kUlf . -
war tkera Maaural TalWra t'atker kldef
"Weratkeralewaraakd Iraaa with their braaekee wide.
' To ehat eat Ike km of the eaa, old aaa,
Akd bow did to. area lb wavaa, all aaa.
Of Borrow, tko fearfal wavaaf v
Bid t.b lap poar daw tnaaaraa br, aaa br oaa,
Wllb aoklef kaait aad "Ood'e will k daa,
Tbar I Labor akd aemw for all, I4 kakk.
Alaal there le Borrow for klL
ABd pea, peradveatare, have bad Toar akara, ..
lor olshtr loa, wlaurs hate whllaaed roar kalr,
Aa4 ikar'va wkltoMd yar koart ka well, old aaa,
Tkaak 04, joar baut a. wall.
Toa'ro aew al tka fool of lb bL oil akk,
Al leal al tk fool f tk bill j
Tb aaa kaa soaa 4ewa la a ffol4ak flaw,
Aad Ika aeavealr altp Ilea Jkal below I
"li 'braaib lha peailr ,ata, old aaa,
Tka beeatlfal aarlr lata.
The Hot Weather Ibmbcbbo Ham
ber ofDeatb from JnialtraB.,s
Our exchanges for the last day or two con-
win, wiut scarcely single exception, reports
of deaths or illness from the effects or the
hot weather.,Inclndihg the mortality in this
city and Brooklyn, it may be safely esti
mated that not less than a thousand lives
have been lost since Monday last by this
cause alone. Wo give a few of the cases as
There were thirty fatal cases of snnstroko
at Baltimore on Tacsdav. and elirht r inn
on Wednesday. Wo had a alight thunder
auowcr. no camera or mucn other sickness.
An unusual number of funerals took place
on Wednesday. All business Is partially
Amongst the deaths from sunstroke on
Wednesday are the following well-known and
nigniy rcspectaoie citizens: Wm. Spear, Esq.,
Insurance Agent, No. 63 Second street, and
Captain James Frailer.
Tho thermometer, on Wcdncsdoy night,
marks eighly-eigbt degress. There wert
many coses of sunstroke on Wedneadav.
Captain W. Brldham, who commanded a
uovernment transport during the rebellion,
also died from the effects of aunitrnlrn.
A Cincinnati dispatch, of July 18th, says :
-V.H.IU.J uu wy were auo nottcsi aays
of the season, and it Is hard to tell which is
ahead. Yesterday tho thermometer touched
100 1-2 in the shade, and to-day at two o'clock
it was at the same point, looking upward.
Considering the intense heat, there has been
a remarkable exemption from the disorders
usual from such a condition of Urn woatti.F
Accounts from Indianapolis, July 16th
"Two cases of sunstroke occurred to-day.
One,. Peter Dorsey, a laborer, was struck
about three o'clock, and died nhnnt fl a
Juan named Burrows waa tho other, rf t be
soon , recovered. The mercury has been up
The weather at Indlananolio. hn TWa,.,
was immoderately hot The thermometer in-
tucaieu irom tuu to 103 degrees. Several
persons died from the effects of the heat.
Tho heat has been very oppressive at Mad
ison, Wis , for several days, the mercury hav
ing risen above 90 in tho shade every day,
and on Friday rising to 99. It was 94 on
Tuesday1."- The hut. rnmhlna ntih tl- .
tinned dry, weather, is parching vegetation
somewhat. The general report of growing
faaaknai las rA - jl. w
The PitUburg Ooiettd, 18th, stales- "The
heat of yesterday was intense, and despite
the breeze that blew at intervals the ther
mometer reached ninety-seven fn the shade,
being several degrees warmer than on any
preceding day this, season. About one
o clock the greater portion of the bricklayers
had to succumb to the heat and leave their
positions on tho buildings, while the dray
men, or a largo number of them, also quit
work, fearing for the safety of themselves
and their horses. . ,
As might have been expected, there wero
several deaths from sunstroke. The first
case that came under our notico was that of
Dennis Doyle, an employee in Park's Steel
WorkB, in the Ninth Ward. He v,as but
threo weeks from Ireland, and jesterday was
his first day at work, rile lived only but an
hour after falling, although he had been
waited on assiduously by Dr. Smith, of Law
rencevillc. He was a young man of twenty
two years, and unmarried.
'.he next was a man named Patrick Mur
rain, and, as in tho former case, he too was
but recently from Ireland. He was emplojed
In Mothew Coward s brick yard, on Boyd a
Hill, and becoming suddenly 111, ho started
to Dr. McCook's offleo. on Fifth street. In
company with friend, lhe physician told
hun lie was suffering from an attack of sun
Btroko, and that it was imperatively neces
sary that he should go home immediately.
no tuiuuiicu nitu mo auvice, Duijust as no
reached Ilia boardinir honso on Hnvil a inli
ne sank down and died almost instjuliy.
Henry Trago was prostrated on Pcnn
Btreet, about eleven o'clock, with the heat
After lying for some time on tho pavement,
the passers by supposing him to be drunk, at
length he was picked up by a gentleman who
suspected the truo state or affairs, and taken
to Dr. Christy's office, on Penn 6treet,where,
after remaining almost an hour insensible,
he recovered sufficiently to converso with
those around him He will probably recover.
Tho PhlladelDhla Innuirrr trivet a. llet rxt
sixteen deaths from Bunstroko in that city
on Wednesday, ltsajs:
It was a dead heat from the rising of the
Bun to tho setting of the Bame Occasionally
a very modest whiff of fresh air would salute
the fevered brow, but it would rcmo'n just
long enough to raako us pray for a little
more of the uaine sort.
At six o clock, a m . tho Exchange ther.
mometer marked 84 1-2 degrees, at noon it
run up tho glass tudo and stopped at the
point whero 97 1-2 degrees are Indicated,
and at three o'clock, p m , it reached 96 1-2
degrees The highest point reached by tho
mercury during the some day lost year was
In Newark, N. J , on Monday, there were
two cases Frcdcnka Scliwaufcr becurao
over heated at a plc-nlc, and died during tho
Robert Pcrall comnlained. about moon, nf
being ovcr-licatcd, the sjmtoms soon bo
came serious, and during the night he died,
from congestion of tho brain
There were two cases of sim-stroke in New
ark on Tuesday, neither of which were fatal.
HOTTEST WEATHER TOR A CIT0HY.
Tho following statement from Yale Cnl.
lego will be read with interest-
Phi. .ftA....... .. o ,1..
. .iwiuuvu, et ou iu., uiy iiienuomc
ter, suspended la the shade upon tho north
Bide of the New Haven Hotel, indicated
103 34 degrees, being the highest tempera.
JUtY 21. 1880. :
la tkU Paper Vr AVMAvwllw TUB) rKMBIDBlSIT.
turo known to have been obtained In New
Haven slnco 1778, a period of 80 years. Tho
highest temperature recorded before the
present Mason was 102 degrees, viz: June
S3, 1864. Previous to this the thermometer
had been twice observed at 101 degrees, viz:
in 1798; land' there have been" three other
cases in which the thermometer has risen to
100 degrees, viz: In 1781, 1800, and 18S5,
making -In all seven known Instances in
which a thermometer fairlv eTnna.il hi (no
hade has risen to 100 degrees and upward.
The period Just passed has been quito as
remarkable for the long continuance of ex
treme heat as for its Intensity. Within a
fcriuu ui eleven aaya ua inermometer has
risen Are times to 93 degrees and upward.
Since 1778. there has been only one other
instance ta which the thermometer has risen
to this height Ire times during the laAe
summer, viz: 1849; and these are cases spread
over an interval of thirty-six days. During
the same period there have been but two
other cases in which the thermometer has
risen to 95 degrees as many as four times
during tho same summer, viz: In 1780 and
The hottest month at New Haven since
1778, was the month of July, 182S. The heat
Of tho Past thirtv dava hail hpnn umMW
higher than that of July, 1823; so that we
seem authorized ta asserting that the heat of
the recent period has been more intense, and
the extremo heat has been longer continued,
than has occurred before ta eighty-nine years,
and probably for a much longor period.
la T -.,
TAL CoLltsi, Jaljr IT, 1888
TUX HEAT ABROAD.
The great sultriness now nrevalent in all
parts of the United States seems without a
parallel outside of this country. Our ex
changes aro all commenting upon this fact.
A Boston paper mentions that a merchant f
Surinam, now ta that city, saya they have no
weather there like the terrible heat of this
Bummer yet Surinam is within the tropics.
Another, from Ilayti, says nothing there can
equal it; while a Brazilian, from Para, says
uvu turn, u, am aa. prcvaueu inis week.
wm never mown at nis equatorial home,
Similar accounts come to us from all nnir.
ters; but with all, the remarks about the heat,
wo nowhere see any one advancing any theory
to account for it, Meteoroloinsta ilnrmo- tk
cold dajs last winter used to talk of icebergs
in the Gulf stream. Where are those Icebergs
now? No reason is given for the intense
heat, such as was then advanced as the csuso
oi tne intense cold. It is probably too hot
to theorize about it or anrthino- aIba nn.
In Europe the weather at last accounts waa
Prom lh. St. Pan PIODeer. Jaly J 1
A Romantic Aeeanat or Dlskolwed
Yesterday, in the District Court, was devo-
tvu, uy aupuuiuucut, to toe Bearing otuato
Crine Jones v. Wm. S. Jones, a case of ex.
ceeding interest, and some of the circum
stances which, led to it, ara not altogether
unknown to ourteaders, having been pub
as roiiows : "
In 1851. o man named ffialef'realrlino- In
Zanesvillc, Ohio, was arrested for some mis
demeanor, but broke awav from the Sheriff
ana neu tne place, icavingbls wire Catherine
Scales, and one or two children, without any
aueqaaio snppori. Ate wrote to nls wuo
once after his flight stating that he was fol
lowing the river for a livelihood. Failing to
ucur irum uuu iiuu lor a counia oi veara nr
more, she sought a divorco from Scales on
the ground of desertion, but before the case
camo to trial, information was received by
Mrs. Scales that her husband wns dead. Be
lieving it to be true, and that she was now a
wiaow, sno nuridrcwiier suit ror a divorco
and some two jenrs oftorwards (in 1855)
married again to Wm 8 Jones The par
tics removed to St. Paul about bIx years
ago, and have resided hero ever since, highly
esteemed by all who knew them.
In 1804, .Mrs Jones was one dov terror.
struck by tbo reappearance of her first hus
band whom she supposed to have been dead
nearly thirteen years It appears that shortly
after writing to her in 1851, having perhaps
got into some nJW'scrapo through his
intemperate and low habits, ho had again
disappeared, and was really supposed to be
dead by his companions who had so in
formed his wife After wandering over tho
earth about a dozen vcars. it seems that
Scales concluded he would return to Zanes
villc, where ho supposed his enmo was now
forgotten, and see what had become of his
abandoned wife and children Ho there
learned of his wifo's marriage and removal,
anu traceu uicm to Jumicsota.
Ul course, his sudden annearance here
caused Mr. and Mrs. Jones creat distress of
mind, tho more so as Scales at once had Capt
Jones arrested for adullen . On the trial, ho. '
ever, Captain Jones was discharged, as it was
clearly evident that ho was blameless in the
matter. Scales, finding that he could effect
nothing by persecuting the parties, promised
to leave ami never trouble them any moro,
wnicu promise, weDeueve, ne bos ruiullcd
Mr. and Mrs Joncs.howcter, were uneas)
at tho position affairs had now taken, and fl.
nany resolved to resort to law for protection,
by procuring a divorce then getting Mrs
Scales' former marriage dissolved, and ro-
marrj ing. i ne nrsi part oi tills programme
was effected ycBtcrday, by order of the
Court dissolving the second marnago. II.
J. Homo for plaintiff 'Iho parties are
well known here, and ara hichlv esteemed
by all who aro acquainted uith them.
A Ruined Girl Dronna Herwcir to
lliue lies- Nhumo.
From the Meallowoe (Wle ) Pilot, looe 23
On Saturday cveniue a votinir irirl named
Wclhemina lace, aired nearly silken tear.
jumped Into tho Manitowoc river, and v, ill-
lully drowned herself, uudir circumstances
tho most appalling and lamentable
Late m tho afternoon three liolfurown
young men went lo tho uunity of tho dc-
ceaseus uomo anu enticed lit rand anomer
;irl to go to tho small nines with them '1 lto
ite went off toeethcr. but were followed at a
short distanco by two lads about twolvojears
of ago each, and each a brother to tho girls
The lads kept on the track of the parties lnr
somo time, when one of tho three aboti
named camo to them and offered them a little-
trilte of money to go, back 1 ho little
bojs took tho bribo and returned, and about
tho same timo the girl returned to tho homo
of the deceased tho latter refusing lo go
It was now nearly dark, and tho parents,
anxious to prcstrre their children from fur
ther corruntion and sin. went totrcthor with
the two lads and girl spoken of. In search of
tneir wayward nrsi corn i ney searched Tor
some time without biuccss. but. after a time.
a dog that went with the father dislodged the
party from a pine thicket not far from the
river. The father took after the young scoun
drels thev and the uirl ran in different dl.
lections. The mother encountered the girl
near the road, where she took off her bonnet
and threwit on the ground, andwentstralght
way to the river. Her mother called her to
come back-, but on ahe went The two lads
and the other girl tried to catch her, but she
kept ta advance or them all, and reaching
the river bank, she went down the steep de
clivity ta haste till she reached the water's
edge, and there she stopped ; deliberately
took off her hoop skirt, took the net off her
head and the comb ont of her hah?, and
wrew lacm on ue ground.
By this time the boys bad gono down the
bank, and had got within ten feet of her.bnt
ahe forbade them coming near her at their
peril. And just then, when the unhappy
mother had reached the bank of the stream,
with her eyes full npon her erring daughter,
this rash girl took one fearful leap into the
stream and sank beneath the surface ot the
water. The father of the nnfortunatovgirl
arrived too late to be of any assistance. The
body was not recovered until the next day,
about ten o'clock in the forenoon, near the
place where she Jumped in. An examination
disclosed the fact that on taklnir thn r.orf..l
leap she clenched her teeth and took ta little
or no water.
PrnMla JUthlraa; t Gala from an
It Is difficult to exas-irerate thn afert nf
tho Prussian victorv. Whinh Ib. Ind,! nnth.
ing less than a great overthrow. For many
days it must have been apparent to Marshal
Bencdek, or, at all events, to the officers at
Vienna, that tho grand struggle would take
place in the northeast of Bohemia. Every
effort, therefore, must have been made to
strengthen the army in those sections by
hurr) Ing up whatever troops could be spared
from other quarters of the Empire. After
the defeat of the Italians at Custozza, every
available regiment must have been dispatched
to the north, and for tho samereoson every
regiment that could be spared from tho army
ta Bavaria or on the Main, must have been
dispatched through Prague to join Benedck.
From what quarter, then, can reinforcements
bo drawn nowf It is a tedious Journey from
Venetia to Vienna; and now that the Prus
sians are in possession of the line of railway
which connects Pardubitz with Prague and
the west, the reinforcements from that quar
ter must make a detour of many hundred
miles through Vienna ta order to reach the
camp of Bcnenck.
Already the Prussians havo succeeded in
concentrating eight corps of their army,
which they found it necessary to divide in
order to enter Bohemia; but the victory
which they have Just gained will enable them
to call in all their scattered corps, especially
those in the southeast of Silesia, and to pour
down with overwhelming fury on the flying
fragments of what was the great Austrian
Army of the North. Sfof'ls this all. For
the result of their occupation of Pardnbitz
must be to cut off all communication between
the Austrians and the Federal army in the
West. Henceforth, therefore, those opposed
to Prussia are divided into two distinct bod
ies, which must act separately, and cannot
come to the aid of tsach other. -The Prus
sians perceive their vantage ground, nor is it
probable that they will relax their grip upon
tlio army of Bcnodek until he has either
crumbled to nieces, or until the Emnerar. it
. , '
uiuaiur, bucb lur peace.
To those who have watched the progress
of the war, nothing appears more striking
urou bun vatragrumary prompuiuae oi ue
Prussian movements. From first to last
there has been no sort of doubt or hesitation.
The nlan of oneratlon must have been elearlv
defined before a single man was moved, or a
single Bhot was fired. Tho distribution of
the troops, the roads which they were to
traverse, the lencth of time which each on.
eratlon was to occupy, must have been ac
curately foreseen, anu tne most admirable
arrangements must havo been made for nrn.
curineand forwardinc to tho front the nerei.
Bary iaspplies In order to move an army of
xuu.uuu or duv,uuumen, it la not enough that
ample supply or rood, ammunition and cloth
ing should bo provided somewhere. The
necessary amount of such material must be
at the particular spot and at the particular
hour at which they may bo required. Tho
Prussian army is obviously commanded by
brave and tatellnrent officers in the field. I.nt
besides this, it is equally obvious that the
Chief-of Staff and tho Commissary General
must possess the highest capacity for organ
ization and arrangement.
Death or tux Marqcis or Laksdowxb
Our foreign dispatch by the Africa brjpgs
the intelligence of the death of Henry Petty
Fitzmaurice, third Marquis of Lansdowne.
He was born July 2, 1780. lie was edu
cated at Westminister school, subsequently
spent some j ears in Edinburgh, under the
instruction of Dugald Stewart, whero he im
bibed liberal principles from frequent inter
course with Brougham, Jeffrey, Sydney
Smith, and others, and was graduated at
Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1801, Upon
coming of ago he entered Parliament for the
borough of Oalne, succeeded to the repre
sentation of Cambridge Unhcrsity on the
death of Mr. Pitt, and upon the formationof
the "all tho talents" ministry under Grcn-
vine aim ror, in reDruary, ieut, was ap
pointed Chancellor of the Kxchcquer, being
within a few weeks of the ago at which his
father had first accepted office forty three
years previous Lord Henry Petty, as ho
was cancel, lucntineu uiiuseu irom tuo outset
of his career with the support of tho leading
measures of the liberal party, but was pre
cluded by tbo short duration of the ministrj
in which he held office from fully displajlug
his financial abilities. He retired with his
colleagues inlS07,and succeeding to his title
two jenrs later, on the demise of lus brother,
he become one of tho Whig leaders in the
House of Peers, a position which his amenity
of inannerB, grasp of information and ready
powers of debate will qualified hun to fill.
During the long Interval in which the
Whigs remained out of office ho was an
earnest and acthc advocate of Catholic
traantiriatlon and the abolition of slavery,
and was ono of the first to urgo tho neces
sity of parliamentary reform ond free trade
After twenty years' exclusion from a parti
cipation in the administration of publio af
fairs, he was appointed, in August, 1827,
Home Secretary in tho short-lived Cabinet
of Viscount Uodcrich. Upon the formation
nt. Kflrl tlrov'a Mlitlatpv In Vnnamt.A. IDnit
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he received the appointment of President of
tne uouucu, an omce which bo held uninter
ruptedly with tho exception of a few months,
mini oepiciuuer, to-ai, wuen ne retired witn
his colleagues of tho Mclbourno Ministry,
He accepted the same office again under
Lord John RtiBsell s administration In Jnlv.
1846, and held It until February, 1852. Upon
the formation of tho Aberdeen Cabinet in
tho succeeding December, he was solicited
to return to his former poat, but declined,
whereupon ho was offered a seat ta the Cabi
net without office, which ho occupied until
March, 1638, when be retired from public life,
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LAWS OF THE UNITED STiTPfl
PaaMal aS ski Bftvl tnHaa Ttaartl
CoRRXcnoir. .The first Hoc.tlim nf PnMU
Act No. 109, which appeared In 'the Natio
al BirmuicAX of tho 17th instant having
been materially Incorrect, it la now rennh.
lished ta a correct form. - - .j ,
fPcBUc No 109 1 ' z
Ax Act granting aid m the construction of
a rauroaa ana teiegrapn line from the town
of Folsom to the town of Placertille. in
the State of California. - j . , .,
Be if enacted bv the Smalt nnit TTX,.a r,r
Keprumtalivet of the" United States 'of
America in Ctmgreti atiemUtd, That tha
njht of way through the public;lnU be,
aud the lame is hereby, granted to the Phw
ccrville.and Sacrumento Valley .Railroad
Company, a corporation existing under tba
laws of the State of California, and designa
ted by the Legislature thereof, to construct
the road herefnafler named, and to' its sue
censors and asalsms, for the construction of a
railroad and telegraph line from the town, of
Folsom to the town of Placemlle, in said
State; and the right is hereby given .to said
corporation to take from the public lands
adjacent to the line of said road, material
for tho construction thereof: aald rirht of
way is granted to said railroad to thn extent
of one hundred feet ta width on each side of
said road where it may pass over the publio
lands; also, all necessary ground for station
buildings, workshops, depots, machine-shops,-switches,
side tracks, torn tables, and water
Plbuo RssoLcnoit No. 54.1 '
A Risolctiox to authorize the President to
place at tho disposal of the authorities of
Portland, Maine, tents, camp, and hos
pital furniture and clothing, for the use of
families rendered houseless by the late fire.
Resolved by Ikt Senate and ffoiut of
RepreicntativeM of the Untied States of Ajner-7"
tea in Congreu auembled. That the Presi
dent of the United States is hereby author
lied to place at the disposal, without charge,)
of the city authorities of Portland, Maine,
such clothing, condemned or ordered sold, '
and such surplus camp and garrison equip- ' '
age, bedding, and hospital foraiturd, on hand,
as can bo spared by the army, for the use or
families rendered houseless arid destitute by
the recent conflagration; and. that it shall be
tho duty of the Quartermaster's Department
to deliver these articles at Portland, and to
take a receipt for the same of the Mayor of the '
said city, and to receive and properly dispaajo s
of the Bamo when no longer needed. ,
Approved, July 14, 1866.
The Japanese Gilt to' the PoHee'
I Force. , i
The gift of $13,750 by the Japanese Km-
bassadors to the police of this 4ty, in 1860,
was finally disposed of yesterday. In 1862
awards were made from the fund as follows :
To Sergeants Lush and Cropsey, JUS each;
to'PatroImcn James. Irving, Robert' Being,
John Riordcn, Francis L. Palmer, and Wm.,- '
PJ Williams, $100 each. ,The Commissioners
wero about io seek another mode of dispos
ing of the money, when a strontr nartv waa
formed among the patrolmen with a view to
getting an equal division of the entire fund; 1
and, to bring the subject to a test. Patrolman
Wm. Peel commenced an action to recover
hu Bharo or about $8 of the gift. It was
agreed that this should bo a test case, and it
was accordingly curried up to the Court of
The Police Commissioners havo Just re
ceived Judge Leonard's decision, and under
it they acted at their meeting jesterday. Tho
Judge finds nothing In pftllco law authorizing
them to give their subordinates gratuities,
nor does he think the merit fund warranted
by law. Therefore, he recommend, that tho
uibney be incorporated with tho Police Life
Insurance Fund Tho following extract, tells
the rest of the story:
"Oa reading and Bllap; th opinion of lh Coorl
or Appeals la lha oaa of llllam Pl agklaat tha
Board of Metropolitan Police and John U. Banna,
Treaiarer, Imtituted by th plaintiff A reooTer an
ladividakl ahkr, kj patrolman of a aaaa of tooakj
presented bj tha Japanese Ktabaaeadors tothe
police force, deciding that th members of the po
ile fore have Do leparat or ladividakl right of
kctloa to recover an indivldaal orsepkiat ahkr of
awli mm of monej, aad that this Baud Is author
lied bj law to transfer the sam to the Police Uf
Insnraaoa Fond, It wm
JUiotvftt, Tbkt the sam of moner eoatrthated by
thk Japanese Embassadors to tha Metropolitan Fo
lio, force, with the accumulated interest thereon,
be peld into the Police Lit lasarknoe Paod, for
the benefit of the police force."
The ono dividend of 750 awarded to mer
itorious officers, tho $$00 legal expenses, and
certain other incidental, hat e eaten up ncar
ly all of the Interest on tho fund to date, and
the amount to be turned over to tho Police
Life Insurance Is only about 814,000 .V.I'.
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large hump-backed whale came into tha har
bor thcro and swam past all the wharves, un
der both railway bridges, and on till tho Bhoal
water admonished him that It was time to
take the backward course. A boat's crew.
rrguiariy equippeu tor wnanng, set ont in
pursuit, but tho leviathan avoided its ap
proach with great instinctive dexterity. A
number or rifled balls wero fired Into him,
but with no effect In retarding his move
inentB. Finally ho was harpooned, but tho
hold it had on the monster s carcase gavo
way after he had dragged tho boat a great
distance. A bomb lance was fired at him.
wuicu went tnrougn bis back and exploded
on tho other side. Tho Argus soys this made
him get out of tho way with the speed of an
eipress train. Up ho went to vaughan's
bridge, whirled about end rushed down like
mad, striking on thowajs from which tho
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bridge, with such force ta to (ro nearly high
ua uiy wui, ui mo tviuer. .iiero came tut
immense struggle. Iho huge fish rolled on
Ills aldn. throw Ma rrronr tnll Int- !. nl an,l
In his endeavors to get off lashed tho water
iu u luam lor yarus aDotu. ins Blrugglcs did
not Seem to avail him, but the rapid!) rising
..hv suw. imvu iiiu, uiiuu. Dkjaiu. .a lea,
more frantio rushes from shore to shore re
sulted, and tho monster then made a direct
bolt through the bridges, down the harbor
and away, to tho advantage of himself and
tho disappointment of the thousands of spec
tators. A dot died in Chicago, last week, from,
tho effects of swimming in a pond where the,
carcasses of animals had been deposited.
Largo spots broke out on him, and his
symptoms wero thoso of a very bad case or
(1e. E. Kirby Sunn was present at a
wedding ta the city ot laOalavlUe oa tho