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WASmNOTQN C1TVL D. C. MONDAY MORNING. JULY 80.'18fl,
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DBPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
Uirrin Static Fativt Orrtoi,
4 TrTAJIlMTOI, JlrBlM.
Oa the petition f Loroaao L. .LaBgatrortfc, ef Oxford,
Oate, praylegferthaexlCBeloa of a p alee, granted to
kin oa the oil. Jj of Ootobr, 1M3, and relaaued oa the
tttb of May, IMS, far aa Improvement la " Bm HI fee,' '
foi aevea 71m from the ei pi ration of eaid pBteat,wb4sh
takee ptece oa tb 6th tar of October, 1B9,
It lo ordered that the eetd potlltea b hoard al Ika
Patent 09m ob MONDAY, ika ITU. day of September.
ISM, at IS o'clock an, aad ell pereoie are aotlled to
tit la a it a ha mat ta bet. rraavtaA.
Fereeaa oppoalsg Ika eateaelea art reqitred U ll la
Oa.ee their objeatioae, epaclaliy eel Iwtn la
liUag, at leaal twenty daye before th daf of hear, eg l
oay tied by either party, to be need at Ika laid
bbI be takea and traaemllted la aecordaaca
tatiaff.BiBtt botaaoaaad ti
wltk tka taloa of tb oBee, which will b faratakod ob
arwyvmmvwm via. a yipii.niifu pus aw aa i
meey. maat ko tlad la tka oaUa twtnty dart before tk 4
daf or eeariag 1 tka argameata, tf aay, wlthta ten daf a 1
fl.L. .. ml tikia utUl u , lull
anT nag too inhrdit,
Ordorai, aJao.tkat thia b4Im ko paklUkad la Ika Si
rniucit ad tka InUlUfftnoir, Waaklift-toa, D. C. aad
la tka ammtrctiJ.CtBalaaa'l, Oklo.aMO a waak for
tkroo BBMaaalTa vaaka 1 tbafnloraaldaabllaatloaa to
'baatltMl Blxtvdari vraTloait4tkidaof kaarlif.
T. 0. TBB1KIR.
CoamlailoBar tf PaUata.
P. I. ; Idllon of Ikl akoTi papiri will ptaaaa lopr,
aad aaadthalrkUla totaiFaUat Ofloa, wltk a papar
aoatalilat tkla aotl . Jy6Uwl
TEP-iBTMKNT OP-TIHS INTEIlIOn,
.1 Uvitio Static Patiit Orrici.
WAiiiToir( Jalr 9, ISM.
Oa tha pttltloa of Oldaa MUbola, or Waal Boibory.
Mauaabaaatu prirlaa; for tka aslaialoa of a patail
raatodtokln Oatokor 11, 1U3, to whlak addlUoaal
lasproTamaata vara aaaaxad ktarab SO, 1&94, for aa In
SroTamaalla "OHadlaf MUla, for aatea Taan front
kotxplrattaaof aald patait. wbUktakaa placaoatbi
ltih daf of Oalokar, loM;
Itlaordarad tkallha aald patltloa k heard at tki
r.laitOBea oa HON DAY, tko Mlkdaj of Sapiatakor
Bait, al IS o'clock m ;aid allpcraoaa an aoillad t
appear lid chow caaac, If 117 tbcjliaTa, whraldpau
turn oiikl lot to be (tilted.
Peraoac opDoalar the axtaaaloa an raailred I
laaloa an repaired to 11a la
IkaPiUatdSaotbelr objectioaa, cpeaiolly act for k la
lrrtUif, at leaal twtniy dajc beforo the daf of beartai
allUitlnoa? flled bj elthar party, to be Bad at the
aid kcarlic, maat be takea aad traaamltled la accord
aace with the ralee of the offlea, which will be fir
Blabed oa ippllcatloi.
DepoiUloaa aid other papera, railed Bpoa aa lettl
noif, maat be filed la Ihe office twenty dara before the
day bl hcirlaf I the argamcata. If aif, wlthla fen day a
fcftar filliff Ihe leetlmoar.
Ordarad, ftlao.that Ibla aottee ko pabllaked la lb
BtrciLtcii aad the National lnttlltgenert Waahtag
too, D. 0. , aad la the J&umal, Boatoi, Uaaaaehiaette,
ooee a week for three aocoeaalra weeka ( Ihe drat of aald
Snbllcatloia to bo at laaat alxtr daye prevloic to tha
arof bcarlig. TllOMAS HABtAHD.
AellDg Conmlaaloaer of PateaU.
F. 8Bdltoraaf the aboye papera will pleua QtT,
lid aesd thalrbUlatv the Patent Office with a paper
eoatalalai thle aoUca. lyll-UwSw
DEPARTMENT OP THE JNTIilOK,
Diitip Rtitbi Patxit OrPICB,!
ViiiiiAmi Jhhj9 1E114
Oa tha patltloa of L. q. 0. Wlahart.or Phtladel'-
phla, PaaiaylTiBta, praying for tha exteailoa of a
Kteal graated to hlai ob tha 1Mb daf of OcUiber;
SS.foraa laproTcncat la"DealBfor Oraanaatlai
Bottlaa. for aerea reara froaa the exnlratloa of aald
VAteit, which takea plica oa the Uth daf of October.
II la ordered that tko aald petltloi be beard at the
Pateat Office oa MOM DAT, Ihe 8th day of October aaxl,
a( 13 o'clock, n. ( aad an ceraoie are aotlfled to Appear
aad abow caaac, If aarthef have, wbf aald ptlitlok
ooiht sol to ba graated.
reraoac oppoaug tao exuaaioa are reqairea to lie n
the Pateat Office their objection, epwUlly act forth la
wrttlag. at leiat f iMtafy day a before Ihe day of heartai
all laatinoif filed bf either party, lobe iked at tha
aald faearlic, maat ba takea and traaamlttod la accord
aacawltk the ralee of the office, which will be far
DenoaltloBa aad ol
otber papera. relied Bpoaaataatl
Bjoay . Bta be filed la the
day of hearlag t the arganfeata, if aay, wlthla ttn day
afur fllla th
uraereo. bOj taai ma noiieo DepBoiianea ine m
reiuoAB aad the InUlltatnctr, Waabligtoa.p cj , and
a the Jforth Jmtrican, Philadelphia, PeaiaylTaala,
OBia a week for three auecMtlre weckc) the firit of
aid pabllpatlope to be atleait alslf daya prerlOBa to
tha daf of heartag. T. 0. TH1AKXR,
Conmlaaloaer or Pateat a.
P.B. Xdttora of tbeabore .papere will pleaco eopf ,
aad aaad Ihalrbllla to the Pateat Office with a paper
oatalili-Ibla otiaa. JaS7lawSw
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DEPARTMENT OF THE INIbbRIOR,
Tfitio Statu Pativt Orrici,
WAasiiuTOB, Jaly It, ISM.
Oa the petltloi of Liana Yale, Jr , of Mew York If. Y.,
praying fur the exten.loi of a pateat graated to htm ob
the I Din day of October, 1SSS, for aa InproTcnaat la
"BariUr-proof PUtee for Door, Safe, Walla, Vaalta,
etc," for aatea yaara from the expiration of aald
patent, which takea place ob the lPth day of October,
Jt la ordered that Ihe aald petition be haaroVat the
Patent Office oa MONDAY, the let daf or October aext,
at IS o'clock in ; aad all peraone are notified to appear
aad abow canae, If aay they bare, wbf aald petition
aaihl sot to ba graated.
I'PeTcaateoppoilaff the axtaaaloa are required to Stela
the Patent Office their objection., epecUUf let forth la
wrltlor, at leaat twenty daye before the day of hearing,
all teetlmoir filed" by either party, td be seed at the
laid harinr, maat bl takea and traaamltted la accord
Bnpi With the ritlea of (he office. Which Trill bf far
p)tbed oa ipplleatloB.
pepoaltlona aad other papera, relied opoa Ba teat)
rooif . mnt be filed la the office twenty daye before the
day of bearing t IbeargimaaU, IflSf, wttbll fen diy
ur niiBK turn hiuibui
OraaraS. alee, that tfala
i notice bo pobllebed la the
nirciLii'ii iia mi juiiiiiuinnir,
, waaaiigtoa, u. c.
and Id the Timet, New York, N. Y., onea a week for
three enccaaalTi weeka the firat of aald pabllcatloaa to
bo at loaal atxty days prevloaa lo tha day of beariar.
Ac ting Commlaaloaer of Patella.
P. B Ultora of the aboTi papera will plaaaa eopf,
and tend their bllle to the PaUat Office wltk a parer
eonwaleg thle notice " Jyl3-w3
El'AUTMENT OP TUB INTKUIOU,
ujiitid BTATia raTiiT uryioi,
On the petition of Peter Oelaer. of Oreeneaitle, Pa..
fraying for the extanalon of a patent graated to htm oa
Lo IBth day of October, 1803, for an Improvement la
"fJralBBeparatora," foraerea yearefrom theexplra
tloaof aald patent, which ttkea plaee on Ihe 10th daf
or October, IMS,
It le ordered that lb aald patltloa be beard al the
Pateat Office oa MONDAY, the lat Jay of October aext,
at 12 o'clock, m ; and ill peraona are notified to appear
and ebow canae, If aay they have, wbf aald pelltloa
oogbt sol to be granted.
Ptraoia oppoalDg the extonelon are required to flte la
the Patent Office their objection, apeelally aat forth In
W rltlng, at leaal twenty days before the day of hearing)
all leatlmoof filed by either party, to be need at the
aald beertu, uuat be takea aad traacmltted la accord
ante with The rnlea of the office, which will be far
Blehed on application.
Dcpoalllone and otber papera, relied apoa ae teatl
mony. maat be filed la the office twenty daya before the
daf of hearing i the argumeila,lf any, wltbli fen daya
after filing the teatlmooy.
Ordered, alio, that thle notice be published la the
RiruiLloAi aad the lutelUqenetr Washington, D. C. ,
aad 1b tbi Meadvllle Itepubifonn,Vm, . oaeo a week fer
Ihree aaccesalv weeka t the Aral of aald pabllcatloaa to
be at leaat alxty daf a prerlona to the day of hearing
Acting Commlaaloier of Pateali
P.S Kdltore of Ihe above papera will plaaae eopf,
and aend Ibelr bllla to the Patent Office with a paper
containing thia notice )yl8'law3w
EPARTAIENT OF TUB INTERIOR,
Uiitio Statu Patiit Ortrici,
OnlhepetltlonofD D Allen, of Adama,MaMaahnaetta,
praying fur the exteaaloa of a patent graated to him
oa tbe tffth day of October, 1SSS for aa Improvement la
Tool fur Catting Pega oat or Boot Bolee" for eevea
yeara frou tbe explritloa of aald patent, which takea
place oa the IBth Jay of October, 18M,
It la ordered that the aald patltloa be heard at the
Pateat Offloe oa MONDAY, tha 1st daf or Ootobor
aext, at IS o'clock mi and all peraoaa are notified to
ipMaf and abow cause, If any they bavi,wby aald pe
Iftlun onght no to be granted
Peraone oppoalig the exUBaloi are required to file la
the Patent Office their olfactions, apecially eat forth la
writing, at leaal twenty daye before tbe day of bearini;
all teat mony filed by either party, to be nad al the
aid hearing, moat be takeaBaad tranamltted la accord
ance with the ralee or the office, which will be for
nlehed on application.
Deposition and otber papera, relied apoa aa tettl
moay, mnat be ilea ibid omce dMnrodaya before
Ihe day of hearing, the arguments, W aay, wlthla fen
Java iftn mini th taitlmonv.
AtdnA. also, that thle notice be pi
published n the
Rirt'iMCAi, and the IntelUaeneer, Waablngton.D 0
and In the Hptlflgneld Ktpwttann, uaaaacaosett-,oste
a wek for three eucceialve weeke) the first of said
pub catoaatobi at least eixiy oaya praviona i0 it
Say of hearrig. T.OAhBaKSR.
' Co mm saloncr of Paten la.
PS Idltoreof Ihe above papere wUI plaaae eopf.
aid aend their bllla to Ine ratcai umce win a paper
containing thia notice Jy8lawgw
miUS 18 TO GIVE NOTIOETHATTHE
Sff JLiBbaorlber hie obtained from th0phaB, Court
ri-A olWaahlagtOB tcanly, 1b thi Dlitrlct of Colombia,
1. latteri of administration oa the personal estate of Sophia
, J Harvey, late or Washington, D 0, deoeaaed All
TVfcABaAn liBBi4 i-i ..dit k aaM AmA ara
EVU H4UI (IIIIU, 1M !!, Ml !-. - -anbv
wintdla hihll Fh itoi. with the voacbera
1 thereof, to the aabaerlbor, oa or before the 80th day of
tjaieneiij iney may otaerwiaa of iiw do exc.iaen
J. Don a" beaefil of the laid latita.
L T otvea aader mr head thle Both dir of Jan. ISM.
RAPPING PAVBl, FOR SALE AT
National Uqlon Convention.
A National Union Oonrcntloh, of at leaat
two detegatca from each congressional dis
trict of all the Btatcs, two from each Terri
tary, two from the District of Columbia, and
fonr delegates at large from each State, will
be held at the city of Philadelphia, on the
second Tuesday (14th) of August next.
Bach delegates will be chosenby the elec
tors of the sereral States who sustain tho
Administration In maintaining unbroken the
union of the States under the Constitution
which. our fathers established, and who
agree In the following propositions, viz t
The union of the States u. In erery case,
indissoluble, and is Dernetual i and the Con
stitution of the United States, and the laws
pasBea by Uongress In pursuance thereor,
supreme and constant, and unlrorsal in their
The rights, the dlgnit and the equality o)
the States In the Union, Including tho right
of representation in Congress, are solemnly
guaranteed by that Constitution, to save
which from orerthrow so moon,' Wood and
treasure were expended in the late'cfril war;
There is no right, anywhere, to dissolre
the Union, or to separate States from the
Union, either by voluntary withdrawal, by
force of arms, or by congressional action J
neither by the secession of the States, nor by
the exclusion of their loval and Qualified
L representatives, nor by tho national Clovern-
mcni in any oiuer lorm
Slavery a abolished, and neither con, nor
ought (o be, re-established in any Stato or
Territory witfrln opr Jurisdiction;
Each State has the undoubted right to pre?
scribe tho qualifications of its own electors,
and no external power rightfully can, or
ought to, dictate, control, or influence tho
frco and voluntary action of the States in tho
exercise of that right ;
Tho maintenance Inviolate of the rights oi
the States, and especially of the right of each
State to order and control its own domestic
concerns, according to its own judgment ex
clusively, subject only to the Constitution
of Ihe United States, U essential to that bal
ance of power on which the perfection and
endurance of our political fabric depend, and
the overthrow of that system by the usurpa
tion and centralization Of powet in Congress
would be a revolution, dangerous to repub
lican government and destructive of liberty
Each IIqusb of Congress is made, by the
Constitution, the sole judge of the elections,
Eetums and qualifications of its members;
ut the exclusion of loyal Senators and Rep
sentatives, properly chosen and qualified,
under the Constitution and laws, Is unjust
Every patriot should frown npon all these
acU and proceedings everywhere, which con
serve no other purpose than to rekindle the
animosities of war, and the effect of which
upon our moral, social and material interests
at l)orae, and upon our standing abroad, dif
fering only in degree, is injurious like war it
The purpose of the war having been to
preserve the Union and the Constitution by
putting down the rebellion, and the rebellion
having boon suppressed, all resistance to the
authority of the General Government being
at an end, and the war having ceased, war
measures should also cease, and should be
followed by measures of peaceful administra
tion, so that union, harmony and concord
may be encouraged, and industry, commerce,
ana the arts of peaco revived and promoted;
and the early restoration of all the States to
the exercise of their constitutional powers in
the National Government is Indispensably
necessary to the strength and the defence of
the Republic, and to the maintenance of the
Al such electors In the thirty-six States
and nina Territories of the United S(atos, and
in the District of Columbia, 'who l(i a spirit
of patriotism and love for the Unjori, can rise
above personal and sectional considerations,
and who desire to see a trnlv National Union
Convention, which shall represent all the
ouiics anu territories oi ine union, asuein
ble, as friends and brothers, undor tho nation
al Bag, to hold counsel together upon the itate
of the Union, and to tako measures to avert
possible danger from the same, are speedily
requested to take part In tho cholco of such
But no delegate will take a spat In such
Convention who does not loyally accept the
national situation and cordially endorse the
principles above set forth, and who is not at
iached, In true allegiance, to the Constitu
tion, tho Union, and tho Government of tho
A. W. RANDALL, Pres't.
J. R. DOOUTTLE,
O. II. Drowning,
EiMaUrt Oom. Nat. Union CInb.
Wo recABnncnd tho holding of the abovo
Convention, and endorse the call therefor.
Daniii. 8. Norton,
J. W, Niesiiitu,
T. A. Hendricks,
Waibington, Jan. 25, 186A
13 UUL10 LAND SALES IN W1SC0N
BIN. SYNOPSIS 07 THI PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION
No 710, DATED JUNE It, USD
II oiliri publl. uIm . b Sl.l. oi WISCONSIN
At lb. Lt.d Offlf. it tA CROSSE, ob lb. 171b Atj oi
SIPTKUBSK.Ht. lb. rM.M.d tMtlOM 1. tblrlflB
Tow.iblpi .ad pari, of Tow.iblp., Ib lb. eonntUa of
Hooro., Jaokao., Tr.mpal.aa, aad Bnffalo.
At Ib. Laad Offle. al LA CROSSE, on tb. 24th dar of
SEPTEMBER ..it, B.T..U.B pari, of Towa.blpa, Ib. I
vo.nii.a a. .wot.
Al Ib. La.t nffli. at fALLS ST. CEOIX, on lb. lit
daj of OCTOBER ..It, Ib. MMrT.d aaclloai I. firly
fonrTowo.blpa aad porta of Towa.blpa, 1. lb. eoaallaa
of Da.a, PlarM, and SI. Crolv.
Al Ib. Uad UHm at TALIS ST. CROIX, OB Ib. BJ
daf of OCTOBEa box!. La part, of TowB.btpa, la Ib.
eoaallaa of Paplo aad Pt.rc. I
Al Ib. Laad Offlo. at EAtf CLAIRE, oa lb. lit dar ?f
OCTQBERaaxt, fb. f.aafr.d aaallqaa la lap part, of
TowBiblpa, la tb. ooaalUa of Clarba, Oblppawa, Eaa
Al tba Laad Oaio. at STEVENS POINT, oa tbo 291b
dar of 0CT0UER aaat, oao haadrad aad taa Towa.blpa
aad partaof TowBablpo,alb..oaBUaoorMaraboBaad
AllboLaalOaoaal HEN ASMS, oa lb. Sib dar of
OCTOBER aaxt, jlitroarB Towa.blpa aad parloof
Towaablpi, Ib Iho ooaatr of Oooalo.
CoatalBlas orar Sf o aad a qaartar ralllloao of aaroe
of pobllo laoda. J. U. EDMUNDS,
Commli.looarof lb. Otaeral Laad One
OaasalL Liao Orrlca, Job. 14, 1S6S
Nora Uadar b. raaalattoaa of tho Dapartmaat, aa
baratofor. aad bow axullos, ao pajmaal cao ba niado
for adrartlaloir proclabiatlona axt.pl lo aaeb pabll.baro
aa ar. tptetaili authorised to pabllah br Iba Coiamla.
atoaor of lb. Oaaaral Laod Palo. Jall.wlst
(A la Kalioa Don..)
B.IWMB NlaU aad Tathalr..ta,(apatalra.)
Tb. proprlatoroftala faTOrlto Baataaraal bai aparad
ao palaa lo maka tbla tb. btatKaatBttraatlaWaihlBs
loa l aad ho potato with plaaiar. lo lb. larf . patroaai
ha ha. alwara b..a ho.ond with, and roapaatfellr
aollelta a aoallBBaaM ftf tb. oata.
0ANE,0TSTERS, aad olb.r lafraihaiiala aoulasll;
oa baad.aad al lb. moll rtaMaabl. ratal.
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rraparod It Ika lhort.lt attlu Ui Is tha Btoal iaU.
Bioltrxi fin a t la 'Ink, Dlaati sil spar
LAWS OF TIIE"UNITEp STATES.
Paaaadt at tha First BMaloa of taa Tlalrtjr.
PceUc No. 111.
On boilers of all kinds, water tanks, sugar
tanks, oil stills, sewing machines, lathes,
tools, planes, planing machines, shafting, and
gearing, a tax of five perxentum ad valorem.
On railings, gates, fences, furniture, and
statuary made of Iron, a tax of five per
centum ad valorem.
On copper and brass tubes, nails, or rivets,
sheet lead, and lead pipes and shot, a tax of
live ricr centum ad valorem.
On goat, calf, kid, sheep, horse, hog, and
dog skins, tanned or dressed In tho rough,' a
tax of five per centum ad valorem.
On goat, calf, kid, sheep, horse, hog, and
dog skins, curried or finished, a tax of five
per .centum ad valorem: Provided, That all
goat, calf, kid, sheep, horse,, hog, and dog
skins upon which duties or taxes have been
actually naid. shall be aaafiaapd rtn ihn In.
creased value only when curried or fin
ished. On patent, enamelled, and Japanned leather
and skins of every description, a tax of firo
per centum ad valorem: iVowdei.That wKcn
a tax or uuty naa been paid on the leather in
the Tough, the tax shall be assessed and paid
only on tho Increased value.
On oil-dressed leather, a tax of firo per
vcuiuiu ua raiurcm
On leather of all descriptions, tanned or
partially tanned, in tho rough, a. tax of fivo
rcr centum ad valorem.
On leather of all descriptions, curried' or
finished, a tax of fivo per centum ad valorem i
Provided, That all leather in the rough upon
which duties or taxes have been actually
paiu, snau ue asscssca on mo incrcasea valuo
only when curried or finished.
On all liquors knAwn or denominated as
wine, not made from grapes, currants, Wiu-
oara rnnoarDj or oerries, produced by be
ing rectified or mixed with other spirits, or
Into which any matter whatever may be In
fused to be sold as wine, or by any other
name, and hot otherwise provided for in this
act, a tax of fifty cents per gallon: Provided,
That the return, assessment, collectIontand
the time of collection of the taxes on such
wines shall be subject to tho regulations of
mo commissioner oi internal iicrcnue. And
any person who shall willingly and know
ingly sell or dficr for sale any such wine modo
after the passage of .this act, upon which the
tax herein imposed has hot becd paid, or
which has been fraudulently evaded, shall,
upon conviction thereof, bo subject to a fine
of five hundred dollars or to Imprisonment
not exceeding two years, at the discretion of
On cloth and all textitoor knitted or felted
articles or fabrics of cotton, wool, or other
materials, before the ssme has been dyed,
printed, or bleached, and on all cloth painted,
enamelled, shirrod, tarred, varnished, or oiled,
a tax pf fire 'per centum ad valorem.
On thread end twino, a tax of fivo per
centum ad valorem,
On articles of clothing manufactured or
iroduced for sale by weaving, knitting, or
elting;. on silk hats, bonnets, and hoop
skirts: on articles manufactured or produced
for sale as constituent parts of clothing, or
for trimming or ornamenting the same, and
on articles of wearing apparel manufactured
or produced for sale from India-rubber, gutta
percha, or from fur, or fur skins dressed with
the fur on, a tax of fivo per centum ad valo
rem: Proiided, That on all articles made of
fur, the value of which shall not exceed
twenty dollars, a tax of two per centum only
shall bo paid. '
1 On boots, shoes, and shoe-strings, a tax of
jwo per centum aa vcrem; to Be paid by
cycry person making, manufacturing, or pro-
ouciug tor saie doom or snocs, or itirmsning
tho materials or any part thereof, and era.
Sloying others to make, manufacture, or pro
qce tnem: Provided, That any boot or shoe
maker making boots or shoes to order as
custom work only, and not for general sale,
and whoso work, exclusive of tho materials.
does not exceed annually in value one thou
sand dollars, shall be exempt from this tax.
On clothing, gloves, mittens, moccasins,
caps, felt fiats, and otlcr articles oi dress for
the wpar of men, women, and children, not
otkerwiso assessed and taxed, u tax of two
per contum ad valorem, to bo paid by every
fierson making, manufacturing, or producing
or sale clothing, gloves, mittens, moccasins.
caps, felt hats, and other articles of dress, or
uirnismng ido materials or any pari inercor,
and employing others to make, manufacture,
or produce them: Provided, That any tailor,
or any maker of gloves, mittens, moccasins,
caps, felt hats, or other articles of dress to
order as custom work only, and not for gen
eral sale, and whoso work, cxclusivo of the
materials, does not exceed annually in value
one thousand dollars, shall be exempt from
this tax; and articles of dress mado or
trimmed by milliners or dressmakers for the
wear of women and children shall also bo
exempt from this tax: Provided, That the
branching into sprays, branches, or wreaths
of artificial flowers, on which an impostor
internal tax has already been paid, shall not
be considered a manufacture w ithin tho mean
ing of this act.
On paper not othcrniso herein provided
for, a tax of thrco per centum ad valorem.
un an monuiacturcs not otherwise pro
vided for, of cotton, wool. silk, worsted, hcnin.
jute, india-rubber, gutta-percha, uood, glass,
nouery-ware, icaiuer, paper, iron, steel,
lead, tin, copper, zinc, brass, gold, silver,
horn, ivory, bone, bristles, wholly or in part,
or of other materials, a ta of five per centum
ad valorem: Provided, That' on all cloths
dr articles dyed, printed, or bleached, on
wmen a tax or uqiyenaii navo uccn pain be
fore tho samo were so died, minted, or
blcachpd, tho said tax of fivo per centum shall
uu ttoataauu uuiy upon luu lutlvuBiu vuiuu
thoreofi And provided further, That any
cloth or fabrics or articles as aforesaid, when
made of thread, yarn, or warps, imported, or
upon wiucn an internal tax snau nave been
assessed and paid, shall bo assessed and pay
a tax on the increased value only thereof; and
when mudo wholly by the same manufacturer,
shall bo subject to a tax only of five per
centum ad valorem: And provided further,
That brown earthen and common or gray
stone-ware shall bo subject to a tux or two
and one-half per cent, ad valorem, and no
On all diamonds, emeralds, precious stones
and imitations thereof, and all other jewelry,
a tax of fivo per centum ad valorem: Pro
vided, That when diamonds, emeralds, pre
cious stones or imitations thereof, imported
front foreign countries, and upon which im
port duties hate been paid, shall be set or
reset in gold or any other material, the tax
shall bo assessod and paid only upon the
value of the settings.
To la Contlnuod,
quiet YlCIORU ha tha whoof laj cough,
i i IK i ii
XZZfXTII COMOBBMa-riBBT IESIIOR.
FaiDAV, Jalrir," ISM.
At two o'oloek, a. m , the doors war. roopanrd,
wh.a tb. rrport of th. eommltt.. of eonfrne on
tb. elvil appropriation bill was fr.a.ntd, Ths
llotu. bill t-roTldlaf for th. Mualltatloa of boani
tea. wntoa was aaaoa to an.
in th. r.port of tha aommltu..
th. bill, was atraok oat
Mr. wileon objected to U report and noke of
toe ooDt wnioa to eooniry ow w to aouiart.
Mr. Fewenden aald that It wu too lat to engraft
a provlelon of tbla kind on tbo Mil. It would tak
$300,004,000, and fa would Ilk to hear from th
toldUra before thia wu don. It wu not a gift) II
wu bounty. Thy might tak thia and giv it
to the aofdlera; it would amount to $100 apteoe.
but the debt Incurred would teat forever. To
Seoator (Mr. Wileoo. had alluded to the fut that
they had looreaaod their own oomponaatlon. Ho
tMr. Jf.j bad oot agreed to tbel amendment, bat
i did think, taking their eerrlooa and aaorifleei
Into conalderatloD. that they wtrt tbe moot mla
rably paid of any eflean of the Qoveromeot.
He did not think that-Uo pearpt would object
to their Inoreuing their own eoapontatloo, al
they knew tho xpooeex of living In WuUngtoo.
In regard to tho boontlai, It would Involve ao ex
peadltor of hundrodi of million!, aad ho wu not
afraid to moot th poopl on tbla point.
Mr. MoDoogall aald tho whole polloy of giving
thei hoantlea wu wrong.
Mr, Oootlttlo uked noanlmooa oonaent to Intro
duco a Joint reiolatlon roqaeatlag tho Commltilooer
of th General Laad Offie and th Commlaalooor
of Penilom to loqulrt Into th practicability of
equalising boonHei by tb laao of laod.warraoU.
Mr. Wllion wanted thia bill to go back to an
other conference tommtttao, and either hav the
Mil equal) ting honntlo added to It, or ttrikt oqt
the elaur inoreuing their own aalarie.
Mr. Wad aald the Ben a tor from Maine had told
them that tbo poldler did not want thia oquallaa
ttoo, bat ho eoold tearoely pick up a paper that
am not rpeea oi league Doing lormea ny in ioi
dleri to gel Initio.
Tho quettlonwu then taken on concurring! t tbo
report oi u eommiuo on oonierence, u lollowa:
Yeu 15. naji IS
Mr. Wllaon moved to tak up tho How bill to
provide for the equalisation of bouotlei.
Mr. Poland moved to take op tho reeoluttan from
tb Committoo on the Judiciary declaring Hon.
Pavtd T. Patteraon. of Tennteaee, entitled to a
aeal In th Senate.
Th Preildent pro ten, decided thai the motion
or too senator rrom Vermont waa a privileged quei
tlon, and wu entitled to precedence la being pat.
Mr. Trumbull thought that the motloa of Mr.
Wllaon ihoald flrit be vat.
Tho Preildent pry Ut?). aaljd that, in the opinion
of tho Chair, th motion of tb Senator from Ver
mont Mr. Poland wu a privileged queitloa, In
umaon u It affected th orcanlutlon of that
The queation being taken oq the motion of Mr,
wiaiis VS. IB) TTSH aiiot u.
Mr. Wade aald that Mr. Pattenon. In takloa-th
oath of alleglanoe to tho Confederacy, had violated
bla doty to th Vn!td Stetoa, and whatever hie
mouvu were, mat am not alter to cue,
A ntuuf wu received from tho Hoaaa anaontu
Ing tbo dlaagroement of that body to tbo report of
me commmeo oi oonif renoo on in civu appropria
tlon bill, and reqaiitlng a new eommltte of con
fereno. On motion of Mr. Sherman, th Senate toileted
on it amendment and agreed to the reqaeat of th
Uouiefor'e; new committee of conference.
The Chair announced Meaara. Sherman, Ilania
and Edmunda aa tb oommltto.
Tb queation wu then taken on the reeolntlon of
the judiciary Uommltteo, declaring Mr. Pattenon
duly qualified to tak hli aeatj whloh resulted
yeu 31. navall.
On motion of Mr. Ramiey, the aupplementary to
voe bci oaaiiig appropriauou ior eae poataj aorvice
waa teaea ap ana paaaea.
Oa motion of Mr. Sumner, the joint reiolatlon
reaped log tbe claim of MauMhuicttf and Maine
waa laxeo up and puied.
At i.15 a, m. th Senate went Into executive
At 5 a. m. tho doora wer reocened. Th t.m.
mlttee of oonfereoo oa (bt c,lyll appropriation bill
roporMd iuat ine noui oommui mitiiea oa ine
ameoqmeni to oquaui id oounuai, out to modi'
Mr. Sherman moved that the Senate lnitruot th
committee to aooed to the requeit of the Houiej
wnicn wu agreed to.yeaazH, nayio.
The committee on conference on the army bill
maao a report, wnioa wu agreed to.
It provides for fifty-four new oompanlei to be
attached to twenty-ieven xlitlnar battel lone, and
eight new reglmente, four to be of colored troops
At 6.1ft a. m. tho Senate went Into executive
At 7 a. m. the doora wer reopened, when the
Senate took a receie till 9 o'clock.
Tbe conference committee on tbe dlragretlog
votea or in two tiouiea on in civil appropriation
bill mad a report) whleh wu concurred In.
The report, u now adopted, lncludea a provision
to oqoalli bonotloe, whleh gtvea to each aoldier
onllited for three yeara aad who aervod hla term or
waa dlaehargod on account of wounds reeelred In
tbe service, $100, and euh aoldier enllated for two
in racers wu xinod to iu o'ciock a. m.
Mr. Wade moved to take un tbe bill to tirovlde
Increued revenue from Imported wool.
Mr. Feisenden hoped th bill would not be taken
op, u It had not been referred to any committee,
and consequently there bad been no opportunity to
examine Into Ita prorlalona.
Mr. Spraguo appealed to Mr. Wade to let the hill
pus for the preient and tak up tho bill to make
tbe auuilnatlon awards
Mr. SDraituo moved to lev tho motion of Mr.
Wade on the table which was agreed to, yeu 2,
naya IS. T
The motion of Mr. Sorasue to take un the bill
making tho awarda for tho capture of J offer ion
Davis and the uaaaalnation oonipiratora wu agreed
Mr. Howe moved to poitpone Hi further eonild
oration 00)11 the firit Monday of iKcetnber next,
but mbiequently withdrew th motion. The bill
was then read.
On motion of Mr. Feiiendan. the resolution from
tb Houi extending tb time of adjournment to
half put four p. m. wu then takea up and pused.
Mr. Howard moved to atrike out from the pend
ing bill that portion making award for the capture
of Jaffa r ion liavle, which wu agreed to.
Mr. Devil said be would Ilk to bare aome vl
denoe on the point that Booth baa really been cap
tured, way wu not nil ooay orougut to inn city
and exposed to the public gate ao that it might be
Identified? No one knew that Booth bad aotually
been ehot, and for all tbey knew be might oomo
back and murder aome one alio. A for thia man
Baker, he believed that bo wu a greater villain
thaq any one he wu pureeing, and the very man
to get op the itory that Sooth bad been killed
He ought not to have anything.
ine mil wu men puied.
Mr. Johnion rose to a privileged question, and
moved that the oath of ofllco be admin lite red to
tbe Hon. David T. Patteraon, Senator elect from
the State of Tennessee.
Mr. Patterson then came forward, escorted bv
Mr. Johnion.. and took tbo oath of offloe.
mr. union cauea up in uouio reaoiunon au
thor 111 nic the Preildent of tbe Senate and Speaker
of th Homo to grant th ui of tbe building, cor
ner of Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh streets,
for any proper purposes, particularly with a view to
in liberation oi ireiand.
Mr. Guthrie moved to lay it on th table, which
was disagreed to.
Mr. Jobnaon thought that the paiiatre of this
Joint resolution would jelve England came for com
piatni. wncioer ine had acted toward ui in a
proper iplrlt of neutrality wu one queitionj whether
w wouia proierv our neuiraii.j oy auon aotigne
ai tbli wu another qoeitlon, which touohed, moit
deeply our national bono?. All Europe wai low
eonvutied (a war, and be wu unwilling that he
ihould by any action Indicate our deslr to partici
pate In the strugglo Those who saw proper toieek
a refuge here should, in bis opinion, tak no steps
noonifitent with tb laws of th country. Wbad
bapDlly erne rued from a terrible strusxle. not weak
ened in pbyiloal or moral strength, and It wu a
duty wnion we owed to ourselves to settle our owo
dlfflaultles. and not to embroil ourialvaa with for
oigq nalioni. Boglaod, with all Air nniuua it. '
UtlonU OoT.mm.nt oa the fee. of Ik. rl.b. U
rlJuenreva, and he ahonlot rerard wltbTwpeolal
outran any attempt to rarolatlenin b.rOot.rn-
Tbe idisouslon was farther eoollnoid hi lleaon.
Hja, How., and oihert ' ""i.
Oa notion of Mr. Wilton, th. Joint naolatloa
rolleTIBaT noaorabl dlMh.rv.il ftflta-.- .-.a ,.ai.u
front lbs payment of tbo laoomt lax was taken an
Mr. Gathrta. from th. CimmltiuMi 1hImii.u
"Pjrtfd tb. Joint neolitlon to pnroban of Town!
sona Qloror ble ootl.Atton r ..tM.niMi..i ...
?..'I'.J ?r,.u" c"nleloaer of Jtrrfoolture, for
$lj,000j whloh waa read.
Mr. reuonden objected to Its present oontldera
tlOB. aad It w.nt or...
Oa motion of Mr. Williams, tbo bill to aatboriao
th. removal of tho offloe of the aorr.jor renorai of
I not at at wnl UTIu.l i. it. a . . t ..
.vn.a.uv .. isouhhi to ib lo-m ti nuusarr,
Mr. Trnmbull nr..nl4 II. i.t..i.t. . tr.
James Harlan u Senator from ths Btal. of Iowa
... run m ho eia oi Blareh Belli whloh
wore read and laid oa tho tab!..
ua motion of Mr, Samnor, at 1 p. m. the Senate
want 1010 .aoOBllTO BOISlOn.
At i 80 D. m. th. doar. w.r. rtn.na4
Tb. Joint roeolatloa la regard to tbo halloing on
traot was pojaed.
A reeolntlon wu adopted nqnoitlng the Oom
mllteo on Foreign Relations to Inqalro whether any
i.glslatlon neoeiiary to protect poreone eooaplni
from Inrolnntaryserrllade Ib tbolihud of Cats,
Mr. DooUtth roie to a penonaj aiplaaatlon, aad
Blinding to tho resolutions of tba Wlaeonsln Larli
laturo nqueatiog him Mr. D. to r.rlgn, said that
they wore not addrened to tbe Boaate, and bo
thought that hie eolloagu abonld bar. notified him
bororo tr.s.ntln th.m Mr n ah.. mkii-j .
vvv.uv, V. M DI1.TIVMI1I HllH ... H w ai,h
the cban.e mad. against lm of InoouisUnoy, c,
reading from manaiorlpt a well reasoned aad con
Mr. Itowo took tbo door la reply to Mr. Doo
Uttle. r' ,
On motion of Mr. Wllion, tbe Home bill for tbo
relief of certain drafted men was taken op and read.
-j-v..u. vvtuij uiMua, it was ma ortr.
A raiolutloa wu adopted raqnaitlnr the Prtil
dtnt to oommQDiett to tha Sao alt, if not Itvoorn
K tibia with tbo publlo InUrtit, all oorrfapondaiwo
iWtntaoTirrjmntoftbUDiUd BuUi nd
tbO GoTOrnmtot! Of Franea nd Ppnl .. i.
porioni bora lo tboio counlrlai who art elitmtd u
i abject i, bat btro baea ottartvlltod la tbo United
On motion of Mr. Harrli, commit tae, eonilitlng
of Mama. JUitU and Nairn I th, wu appoiatocL to
oonj.oation with a lik. committoo oo tho part of
tho Jlotut, to wait oo tbo Praildant and Inform him
that Coogrtii li about to adjourn, and aak him If
h bm now lunotr communication to mako to Coo
Tbo oommltUo appolntod to wait on th Protl
dtnt annonnood that thay bad pcrformod that doty,
and wore Informed by tho Prcaldont that ho had no
furthar oommaotoatlon to mako to Oonfrou.
Mr. Baokalow oflorod a raiototlon ttndoriar tho
thanks of tbo Stnato to lion. I. S. FooUr, tho pro
idlnx offieor. for tho faithful and Impartial mannor
m xuiga na g iaooara;a nu aoilOI WblOh WU anan
At I SO p. m. tbo Prwtdent prottm. ravpad hli
Bf -, un proooaDooa mo nrtt Miiton or tho Xblr
ty-ninth Oodhtou adjoarnod tt du.
HOUSE OF REPllfiSENTATIVES.
Mr. WilfOD. of Iowa, from th GiMnmHttia nn (Ii
Jadlclary, raportad a bill providing for tho aatUa
mant of tbo account of tho elork of tho fiopromo
Court of tho Dlitrlct of Colombia, whloh u
Tbo IIoqio proooodad to th( bijiDi on tho
Spoakor'i labia, and tooljt tp Sonata bill to admit
Nobruka Into tho Union) whloh wu failed yeai
CS. naji ij. It now goal to tbo Proiidont for hii
Sonata Joint retolotlon to oontlnoo lo torrleo tbo
additional reglmanU of tho regular army an.ho.re
1 v oo np, ana ar aa Oftto laid oo
2 a. m Mr. panki, of Man , offered a joint roi-
OlOtlOO rroridlDB' for tha imnlnfmtnt tt an.lnaara
la civil life oa puhllo worki, Uitead of ooglnaera In
tu ""7i wqicq wu roiorroa to ido uommittoo on
Mr. Ulgby, of OaUforDla, ranted to adjourn.
Tho Speaker laid If tho Uouio adjourned now
tho army bill and two appropriation bitli would bo
Mr. Hlgby withdrew hit motion.
Sereral motion woro here mado to impend tbe
ralee, and reiolutlone were offered lnoreulng oom
penaatlon of omployeea of the Home, during
Mr. Wloflald, of New York, offered a reJolu
Hon Inoreuing tho lalary of a $kt in the folding
Mr. Sobenck, cf Ohio, mored to amend 10 aa to
fix tte pay of the pagei th tame u that of met.
bora of tbe Cabinet. Ureal laughter I
Tbo roiblutlon wu withdrawn.
Tho gallerlei at tbla hour were quite thin with
peotator ErerT eofa on tho floor wi nMnnlarl
by member it retched out at full length. Much
good humor pteralted among tboio who atlll re
malnod In their leate
Mr. Ingenoll, of Illlnoli, from tb Committee for
tb Dl it not of Columbia, reported a bill donating
certain UoTernment lota for tbo benefit of colored
ehoob: which wu puied.
Mr. Johoion, of Panmylranla, offered a pream
ble, concluding with a resolution, declaring that
the Preildent ought to have do member in hli
Cabinet who doe not hare hli confide no a and re.
Utijaction wu mado, aud Mr. Johnion withdrew
tbo reiolutlo.;,, eaylog he did ao In order to keep
tbe copyright, laughter. 1
Mr. Wovd, of New York, offered a reiolatlon that
tb franking privilege be extended to Mlaa Clara
Barton for aerrloea rendered to Union aoldlera.
Uojeotion wo made.
Mr, Wright, of New Jener. laid that In Inr..i.
Ing compensation tb fireman of tho Homo had
been left out la the cold, great laughter and con
fuilon, and h moved that It bo Inoreaaed to a rate
equal to tbo other employeea of tbe Uouie .
'i.nepeaiter. wnat employee?
Mr. Wright. Oh, any one, make Mpro rata.
Th Homo divided. Maura, lloaa and Wright
aoted u tellera on a motion to table the reaolutlan.
Mr. Jobnaon. of Pennavlvanla. movad tbt th
tellera bo allowed a elerk Henewed laughter
Tho members railed betwoen tellera In anuada
rendering a count tttaoat Imponlblo aome mm.
bora paaalng through aeveraj Umea.
Tbo tellera reported yeu 105, nayi 05. So the
motion wu laid on the table.
A member Inquired If there waa a quorum
Th Speaker iaM b abould think there wu.
Tho Speaker aald he would remind memberi that
there were apectatora la tbe galterlea, and that
auch proceeding! were not In order,
Air. btevena, or t ennavlvanla, aiked, but felted
obtain leave, to offer a joint reiolatlon extending
the time ono year In wblob, tbe circulating notea of
State banka ahall be relieved from taxation.
Mr. Slovene uked If tbe morning tnur (2 30) had
Tbe Speaker aald It had, and that report! were
in order from the Committee on Publto Uulldlnga,
Mr. Klce, of Maine, made revere! report! of a
private nature, on which no quorum voted
The Speaker aald that there waa evidently a
quorum at hand. Member were aalaep In the oom
mlttee rooma and on tbe aofia In tbe hall.
Mr. Eldrldg eubmltted that dla not mak a
quorum In the Uouie.
Mr. Jobnaon, of Pennsylvania, aald It did In the
Tennesaee Leglatature Laughter
ihe reporta or tbe Uominiltee on Vuulo Vuildlnga
being disposed of.
Mr. Sobenck, of Ohio, aald that the joint commit
tee on retrenchment would hold a meeting at tho
Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, oa tho ath of
Sam Ono or two memberi here partook of ao
early hreakfait from a trty on their ieika.
The Committee ofCIalmawere called for reporta,
all of whloh were either referred to the Committee
of th Whole on the private calendar or laid over,
Sereral private reporta from other committee!
were reported and laid upon tb Speaker' a table
for action next aeailon.
3 07 a m Mr. Steveni, of Pa , from tho com
mittee of oonfareno on the mlaooliantoua appro
priation bill, mad a report.
(, . bounties of soldten and aallori, and agrees I
ine uouie reoeuau irvu. .aamonamont 10 o,ftai
XX ? k" W OM I' 7v. with an ad
dlUooat mndment filing tbe Speaker' rr at
$8,tW. . 'Tha mUeage wu fixed it twenty oVata &
Mt. Vllaoo. of Iowa, aald be defined to tlgn tb
rMrt baoaotej tbo oom mlt tee had rejected tb
ildlera' tkont.lv Mil ! haul - i . r. ...
iOMir bouaty blU and had agreed to laeroaM the
pajr of Oongroasmea In faror of It.
Mr. 6tereas said that tb. eommltto. of .r..
not found a largo e)W, aid had dealt with all of
s, .urn voey rmua, mi laey roood that tb man
ogors on tb Dart 6t tha tUBata, wauM h -
to tb bounty qaaIIaat.oo. Ai to th pay of Con
groetmen, tbo reporleq tallied tba moaatrou dlf
fereoo between th pay and mileage, which alto
gether mad a very email dlffereoo In tho total.
Beraral mamkatn itm1rA H l-a..
be Mr. 6terna demanded tb prevloua awieeUon,'
which wu mitalned. w- -
Thrroport of tb eonferenoe eommltte wu then
reJeetedTtu It, nay 101.
4fcMa,,ifUriff,i 'WlfcaBbmal to lay th bill oa
"tib-!w;iwhfcfc M dUHrud toyu 1J, ttaya 88.
jar. WllMn. or Taw. miavaJ iWi iv. rr -
j.. j .... ?'-'. r.-'" "" " m.. m-
.... u xa b.w oomnuiu .roonieroaeei uhloh
waa agrod to.
The Speaker appointed Meairs. Wllnrr of Iowa,
Bank, aad HlbUek as tb. lloas. .anmltUa,
Mr. Faroe worth, af TnitaAia fwai t.a atAHCv.....
eommltte oo th diaegroelng vote! of tbe bill to
nonae the army made a report, whloh wu agreed
to, and U bill puied. th bill u paaef pro
vide! for forty.fi v rerlmentj of Infentr i.n .i.
meota of cavalry and firo of artillery. Tb forty
five regiment! ar to h oompoaW of Un old reel
moot with their preient orgaoliation, and with
twenty jvan regiment a to be formed by tho battal
loa now lo oxtetoooo, by adding two eompaolea
euh. There ar alio four reglmonti of colored
troop (cavalry and artillery) and four regain en tj
of VeUran Beaerrea . Th ofteera of tho Utter or
placed on th aam footing u other di tabled offl.
I?; .AU or,ia1 MaMlu la th army art to be
filled rrom volunteer offleeri who have aervod gal
laoUy In tho field. Mr. F. aald th hill wet aub
ataotlally th lloaa billthe prlaelpal eoooeaeioo
of tbe Senate being tho allowance of the foor rejri
mnt of Veteran Keierree.
4 a. m. Mr. Moorebead, of Pennaylranta,
movd to adjourn. Lott. Member were at this
hour eleenlnv oa tha lka nri nn tk. ur.. i. w.
hall. Builneu proceeded alowly.
Mr. Farquhar, of Indiana, aaked. but failed to
obtain, leave to offer a ruolutlon for tho appoint
mont of a lct eommltte of thro to examine and
ropor. on mo practicability or removing tbe capital
to aome point on the weat bank of tho Mlaalielppl
river, and that the proaeut balldlnga her bo turned
over to the Boldlera1 and Sallora Orphan Aiylom.
IIP. VaYfna-AXirth nf VI1Iaala a. V.. J (.-a t.tf.i .
-..-, iiiivh, Ulfu. VIlblMltaig
obUlo, tear to offer a ruolotloo thU it la tbo duty
of tho Government to demand tho immediate with
drawal of all foreign troop from tho Republic of
Mexico, and" to allow the people to govern tham
Mr. Moorhattd, of Pa., from tho Comaltto of
Waya and Meana, reported adreraely on tb Mil to
create a Natlooal Dureau of Iniurane. Laid oo
Mr. Mroor, of Pa . from tb Committee for tbe
Dlitrlct of Colombia, reported a bill to Incorporate
tb National Life and Accident Iniurane Com
pany. Referred lo Committee of th Whele.
auo, a dih to incorporate in national Envelop
and Stamp Company of th Di it riot of Colnmbl
uaio on in MDl.
r. nieooieon, oi iMi., iron ui vojamittoo tor
tb District of Colombia, reported Senate hill to
proteot th manarutnrer of mineral waUr In tbe
District of Colamala, whUh wu puead.
mr. Angvsoi.1, oi m , iron to committee for tbe
platrlet of Columbia, reported a bill for preserving
evidence of toarrlagu In the DiatrUt of Columbia.
After an amoeing debate on tho title of this Mil,
oo quorum wu found to be voting.
Mr. Eldrldge, of Wla , Inquired IMt would ho In
order to Invit th gentleman of the preadown.
from th galleries to mak a quorum. They were
all up there, he aald, with oyea wide open.
There, wu a pause hero of so mo length, the House
doing no bualaess r
a. m Mr. Latham, of Weat Va , said he hoped
" wuumiinua VH rvjairencDiaent woum nave toe as
litB-tlarl r.ft aa tt a... .. J1IL. "
.-.u.v vs., ata a naa hvh uJli(U.
TAt this moment the caa in the eel lint- want Ant
leaving It quite dark In tbe hall, and creating a
general shout of laughter.
A quorum naving beenobtalid, tb bill relating
to marriages In th District or Columbia wu tba
rejected yeu 3ft, nays 63.
ft 30 a m Mr. Wentworth. of IU., rose to a
question of privilege, and said ho saw several gen
tie men in tbe members seata who were not mem
bera. He moved Uat they be removed from tbe
hall, nr brought to the Clerk'a deik and swore
Mr Myera, of Pennsylvania, moved that Mr.
Wentworth bo made a eommlttM of tan to hrin
Ml1. TiaBpaAtl trnm ika, PAnmlli.. . at., rti.
- " -i .va .ai. VVUIIUIIIIfl VU IDO .Via
trtct of Columbia, rapo.tW a bill to Incorporate
the Colored Building Association of tho District of
Columbia, Ordered to bo recommitted
fl a. m Mr. Boutwell, of Musaebasetts, called
up the following resolutions. reoorUd on (?.
day from tho Committee on tb Judiciary :
iiMvtveu, iui. mere le no ueiect or insumclency
In tbo prcseet state of th law to prevent or Inter
fere with the trial of Jefferson Davis for th crime
of treason, or any otber for wblob there may be
Erobable ground for arraigning aim before lb trl
unali of th oonntry.
Knohed, further. That It la the dntv of lb -r.
ooutlr department of the Qorernment to proceed
"'m " iaiaiwii oi in laou coDneciea who
tbe ususlnaUon of tho late President, Abraham
Lincoln, without unneeeaaarv dik that .T.rr...Ar
Davis and others named In tbe proclamation of
tiwiusp. guuRjon, mbj ja, loco, may d put upon
trial and iroperly punlihed, If 'guilty, or relieved
from th charges against them, if found to b Inno
cent. Tbey were read aad pused without debate.
The House bare waited for soma time for tha .
ond conference report on the miscellaneous appro
priatton bill. At 7 a. m. it wu received from ihe
Senate through Ita Secretary. Membera applauded
Mr. Banks, of Massuhusetts. from the confer
ence committee on thia hill, rose and made tbe re
port on Dcnaii ot in uouie, and explained tbe aaino.
The principal dlaagreomenta between the two
l)ouiu are bued on the amendment! to equalise
bountlea and the Inereue of the aalarlei of tbe
members. Tbe tint la modified ao aa to rive everv
aoldier who aervod three years one hundred dollars,
and to every one who eerved two jeers, fifty dol
lar! Tbe eilary of Senators and membera le fixed
at $9, OQQ a year, and that of the Speaker at $8, 000
a year. Tbe Home, after a brief debate, then
agreed to tbe report yeai SI, oayi 80
Tbe exoltement during tbe vote wai very great,
a good many members changing their votes from
yea to nay. Several gentlemen who voted In the
affirmative atated that, while in favor of the bounty
feature, they. were oppoaed to Inoreuing th pay
of membera and Senators, but that rather than loi
tbli important bill, which eeemed aim nit certain at
tbli itage, they would vote In tbe affirmative A
good many members were absent from the hall,
however, when tbe vote wu taken
It waa now S o'clock a. ta , and, on motion, tho
Uouie adjourned to meet at 11 a m.
ATURDAV'i r ROC lib 1X0 8.
Tbe House roanembled at 11 a. m.
Mr. Steveni. of Pannivlnla. .!. h had laM
down early this morning, and had missed tbe vote
on the conference report on th miscellaneous ap
propriation bill. He desired unanimous content to
record his vote In favor of tho bill: w.Uoa wu
granted. ThU glrea the byuo sjAJorlly.l
Tbe Speaker stated t,Ut the Committee on En
rolled Bills reported, that It would be Impoiilble to
enroll th Mils In time to adjourn at noon. The
Sonat had been informally informed of this that
they may adopt the House resolution prolonging
SUV ISMIUU Itlt 1 dV p n
Mr. Stevens uked leave to submit a few remarks
on the bill Introduced by bim iome time since to re
store tbe States lately in rebellion to tbelr full
political rlxbti, which wu granted
Mr. Randall, of Pennsylvania, offered a resolu
tion that the thanks of memberi of tbli Home are
eminently due to Buhuyler Colfax for tbe dignified,
Impartial and decoroua manner la which h has
discharged his responsible duties, and that truthful
recognition li hereby mad or tb lame; which wu
agreed to. Mr. Raymond, of New York, to th
A meisine was reeelred from th Santa an.
nouncing that tbey bad concurred la the, Hou.
n. this day.
Mr Rogers, of New Jeney, from tho Commute
Ity on tho Investigation of tho complicity or Jet
Davis la tho aaeaaalaatlon plot. Laid on th table
nod ordered to be printed.
The liana IaaV nn TfAti kill Iil a ..
amendments, making payment for the rewards of.
iera rortne capture of Booth, Harold, ete. Tho
Senato struck oil th rewards for Jeff. Da-He. bat
do not change those fixed by th Houo for tho oap
tire of Booth and HerolcL r
The amendment vu agroed to, and tho bill teat
to th President for approval
Th Spoahorheroanooaneed Meson. Raymond,
Davis, Steven., Delano and N I h olson u th oalaot
committee ordered on tb ventilation of tho hall.
Tbo Speaker alio appointed Mr. Garfield, of
Ohio, a member of the Joint committee oa tho part
of the Ilooaw to codify the tnstom Uwa.
The House being without buiineii bar took a
recees from 12 SO to I n. n . tha n..v.. i. .
meanUme algulng enrolled billa.
,.vn reuamouig at p. m.t Mr. Latham, ofWut
Virginia, irom to vommittee on Printing, re
ported a reiolatlon lo print 10,00 copies of the act
v oh'!! n dvidun oi soiatersi whleh waa
Another recess wu then taken until 4 p. . At
th Utter hoar th Speaker again rammed tho
ohalr. A maaaage wu now raoervad from tho
President an noun dug that he had signed tho mix
carte neoua appropriation bill.
Also, ameesage returning to Congrats, with bl
objections, tb Mil entitled "An act for the erection
Into a Barreling district th Territory of Montana,
and for other parpoeu.' It was read, ordered lo
be printed, and referred to tho Committoo oa Ter
Mr. Aneofia, of Pennaylranta, uked, but filled
to obtain, leave to Introduce a resolution to ap
point a seleet eommltto of twenty-one membera to
Investigate tb abduction of members of this Moato
ponding a rota on th miscellaneous appropriation
bill, and to report tbo fact to th Philadelphia Con
On motion of Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, a tern.
mitt of two memher. waa antharl . la mIi a.
the President and Inform him that the Boom of
Representatives bad concluded Its basfoeea aad
wu ready to adjourn, nnleas he had Mm farther
communication to make, Meaara. Morrill andFInok
were appointed u tba commute
r. .idnage, or Wisconsin, offered reiolatlon
that tbe joint eommltte oo reconstruction an tho
part of the Uoaso be discharged. Objected to and
Mr. Anderton, of Missouri, moved that tho House
grant the geatlemanTrom tho Chicago dlitrlct Mr.
Wentworth five minutes to explain wber he wu
this morning when the rote took place m th civil
appropriation MII. Great laagbUr
Mr. Wentworth. of Illinois, aald he would writ.
f oat bla reply and publish It lo th Globe. Laugh-
A mssag wu hero received from th Senate by
Its Secretary, stating that two members of that
body bad been appointed, to join a ilmllar eommlt
te oa the Dart Cif th Honaa. ta watt ah Ika Pvaal
dent aod Inform him that units ho had some far
ther communication to make, Congreu wu ready
Mr. Btevtnr. of PennnWanla. offeiwd a lotni twa.
olutlon directing that tha appropriation mad for
the chaplain of the Uouie be paid to tho Rev C. P.
uoynioB, to correct an eoror in the regular appro
priation bill j which wu passed, sent to the Senate,
" iv peaiea ana reiumea to in uouie, wber
It wu daly enrolled and aent to and signed by tho
President, and tbe House notified thereof, ail la
twelve minutes time.
Mr. Morrill, or Vt., (at 4.35 p. m ) reported thai
the eommlttee of tbe Uouie had welted on the
President, who Informed them that he hsat no far
ther communication to make.
There waa great confusion In tb hall at tbla
The Speaker roeo aad called tb House to order.
Bllene bIog restored lo tb crowded galleries
and on th floor of the Home, be then spoke aa fol
QentUenen oMe Home qf Jteprntntattvftt
1 eannot speak tbe word that announces onr sep
aration until I thank yon, wlU'ail tbo Warm emo
tions of a grateful heart, for tbe unanimously
adopted resolution von have ttlatad on vanr tnni.
nai. unuauai as tnis is, at in eiose or a nrst ses
sion of Congrsss, Its value Is thereby enhanced,
end I prlielt because I believe it I your sincere
endorsement of my endeavors to administer the du
ties of this rcFposilble and often trying position
with an earnest Impartiality. To maintain the just
right of a majority, to protect th even more nee
ary right! of a minority, and yet to hold th soalw
so fairly polled that every declilon eball stand the
test of reason and of parliamentary law, watched u
a jar eliding officer alwaj s must be by scores of crit
ical eyes, Is never less than difficult, and be Is for
tunate who can Impreis tb body ortr which he
Ereaideswith the conviction that his constant aim,
u been to render Jostles to all.
Meeting here amid the frostaof early winter, anil,
parting, after auch a prolonged aeisioi. amid 1h
torrid heati of cummer, friendihlpe have booo
formed which will brighten ae year after year rolaa
away. Diseuiilng som of tbe gravest questions
erer submitted to a deliberative body in this land,
the attrition of mind with mind, and tb conflict of
thought and action, bar left bat few stlnga behind,
and despite all difference! of sentiment, no Con
greia within my experience here baa cloaed IU ses
sion with mor general good feeling amongst tti
members. W go back, aa our Institutions wisely
prescribe, to submit to our constituents the Issues
which have divided as here, and to cheerfully abide
by their verdict u a court from which there Is no
rightful appeal. Wishing you all a itfe journey to.
your homes, and a bappy reunion with family aad
friends, I do now. In accordance with the concur
rent resolution of both houses, declare tbe first ses
sion of the House of Representatives of the Thirty
Ninth Congress adjourned is die. f Great ap
plause on the floor and in the crowded galleries J
The Speaker then left the chair, and membera
gathered around him and bade bim good by, A
general leave taking then fullowed among tba
1)ROrOSAI.S FOB rUUNISHINU AR
T.CLE3 IT Till WASHINGTON NAVT-VARD.
Pa Valeria's Orrici, U. B. Nivr, )
WAiaixtiTOX.D C., July 20,16613 )
Separate lealed propuaal will l received at ibla
otUce uatll Ihe l.t day of Aogaat, JM, to o'clock a.
ni , far the follow loir article, to be delivered at Waab
lugWu NavV'Tard, vtit
FOR BURBAUOF NAVIGATION,
810 (alibi hundred and forty) fonnde ll-thread tali.
iuk tiUKE.au ur ut.u.iaiiLK,
S 600 (lblriyBve fanaJrcd) poaada Iron,
loo (one bvsdred) toaa anthracite egg coal.
600 (.x huDilred) tona Camberlaad coat.
aVi.UH) (fifty thouaaad) fme label
108 (.id a huadrad and eight) feet leather boa.
rrdtmaaloBa, daaerlptton. &., aee achednle at thle
oO.ee. The above artlelaa to be delivered free of coat
lO lhO0VerBUlit. for fralLkl 6r.raaaru.rlaM... .. A
therUk aad expaaaa of the party foralahlag. '
Bumelaat guarantee for delivery will be required of
Bicc-aeini Bijtiere, UALVIN C. JACKSON,
JyW 3t IVuaaler, U. 8 Navy.
PROPOSALS FOR BALK OtMVOOI).
HiilxiciaTsea DsriKTMEirv or Wiamjirirox, )
orrui or Chilv m 111, J
WAiaimaox, I) 0, July It, Imu.
Sealed I'ronoaala are tavlled al thl oHeeuitUia
o'clock, aooa, MONDAY, Attaint M, lsud. for tbe per
ahaaevf (11000) TUIUTEKN THOUSAND COROg Of
0O KKHKNT WOOD, loMleJ a. followa
(M'-HJ) UURTKIN UL'NDRKUCORDaattheKeidatl
Oreea Wood aid, oa lha Una of the Baltimore aid
Ohio railroad, about one mile from the depot of aald
Tata wood ean-UU of about ONI THIRD (Ui riKtt
aad TWO THIRD l, I OAK, aad la piled lmmJiuUw
alonr the Iraok of tba railroad -
(11 WMf BLS aN THOUSAND SIX UUNDRlb CORDa
al the Wood Tari three qaarter. of e. mlS tiS
Alaiaadrla, oa Ihe ltae of the WaahlaaaoaT Ilexaadria
All Of tlVA WOOli OffaHfl tnv a.ta la .l..l-.
quaUtg. U4 thoronghly aaatoned
iTopoaatewtll be reeelvad for ouaalUlea from
.77 Iaf ld opwards, with privilege ef taklag all of
eittier or both lota. '
Payment to be made lu OoveiaKaal faad, Itaneds
ately after the epealsg of th bids aai ttjoa akeaaar
meal of tbe wood.
The right Is reaarv dof rejectlag aay 01 all preposala
deemid iliadvaataceou to lbs faiuJ fiaiee
Calonal and Chief (laartarmaalar.
bOOKIS. aaal.l.r DB.T1BT, SAi i
ra.aaTlT.al. ara.e., aeu aora.r 0
Vt.lS alr.at, ata.oa 10 all areolae. Bertalalaf to Ike
froreaaloa Halfornatloa of Us aaosU aorrsal.4, saa
11; TStlHf fl siuSeltl itu aslf, af).)