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KOBIBT W. BBSBIT,
JOSEPH B. T0UH0,
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ARINE AND' FIRE IN8URAN0K.
KITKOPOLITAIt IMOJUHCl COM PINT,
.Jo. 108 BioiDWir, Ktw Tobe.
CASH CAPITAL .HI MILLION DOLLAU.
TkU Coapaay taiaraa, at taatonary rata of pra
Mlaa, WfttultUlJUBlRlu4 IVLAXD VAViaATIOM
RIIXI os CARGO or ?RBraHT alao ubIuI Ion or
danaa by FIRE.
IF PILMI0M8 AB1 PAID IV GOLD, LOUIS WILL
m paid in aoLD.
Tko untJ roeolTO M ptr caat. of loo t orolio
wtikoot imrrlii aay Ittblllty, or. U Uft tkoroof, ol
thtlr optloB, b ilbtrt. dUsoaBl apoo tko oronlaak
All loiM-'oqolUtly bJJbiU4 bbA proairtix poll,
liip D.fldiid, dMlorot. JaaBBrp S3. IBM,
TWISTT-FIV PI C1HT .
JiMU LORIMIR GRAHAM, PmUoal
BOBKBT K. a ORAUAM, Vl PHaUoal
JAMB8 LOBIMKB OEAUAM, Jr., 11 Tito Proo'l.
I1KKBT B. FOBTIB, aotntorr.
CHAR LIS KIBO, AbI,
Boob Ho.4, WuBlaitoaBariilBf,
oTlf. Cor, Poaaarlf aal4 bt. bb1 SotobUi olroat.
R0FOSALa FOR STATIONERY.
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THURSDAT, Iko SOU 4ap of ABroLlsea, U IS o'eloek
a., for faraUhlBB oah of tho foQawla. iIuim of Ila
U0Brp for tko im of tko Homo of RoprMoatatlTto of
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, ri roBMo wuu Qoarto Pool Fapor.ostra Baporlao.
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tu roBHo wklto Qaarto Poit pBpor.oitra oaporlso,
40 roBMiwblto Quarto Pott Papor.aztra aaporlao.
Its roama wklto ComatreUI Voto Papor. oxtra tapor
imM f.l.t 11. 01 '
Jaa, falat ltBtd, gilt. - '
K rata wktu Cooinorolal HoU Papor, oitra iipar
lao. plala. r'
40 roaaa wklU CoatMoroial Koto Papor. oitra aapor
SO roama faaaj Volo Papor.
SO rt ana Octavo flolo Papor, fatal tlaod.
50 roataa foolutp Papor, Mat llatd.
51 roama Flat Cap Paper.
100 raaaa aoft Maallla Fiotr.
SOO roama Xaallla Papor, lSzlt laehoo, laL, Tor
toafh aid aaoota. to wolgh oloroa poaada par ream
0OO roama KaaUJa Papor. ltxS4 laokoa, lal, varp
toagb aad amooth.to wolga twoaty-two poasdapor
100 raaaaa Ifaatlla Papor, STxST laekoa, lata vary
tooth aad aaootk, u vtlg afortrtwo poaada par roam.
thoaoa Arawld'a PaUai lak iaaorBor, or otVaralml
19,000 vUto tblek ad bail to Barolopoa, 4x1
3000 wktta thick adhoalro Iialopa,flUiSUlnh,
. 3u,uw waito ibk aaaoiiTO -.aroiopoa, iuum laaboa
10,0 'O wkUatblckadha.lrakiTalopo,10rnU loeboo.
100,000 bBff adkoalro laToIopoa,7VinTBckoa.
14,000 Paaop BaTOlopaB,Tartoaa itxtoo.
8 groaa CoBgroaa Tlo Barolopoa.
40 groaa WaahlBgloa Madallioa Paaa.
53 groaa Olllott'a Paaa, Ho. 170,
10 groaa Olllotl'a Kaglo Paoa.
54 groaa Olllott'a Pona, lto. 404,
0 groaa Olllott'a Bltvck Swaa QnlU Poaa, Bo. SOS.
S4 groaa OUlott'a Paaa, Ho. SOS.
eduwa Oold PoBi,-arloaaklada.
S3 dotoa boaaa Cot QniUa.
1 groaa 41bcd Oat iBkataada.
8 doiaa lakataadalaaaortod ttrlaa. .
10 dosca Araold'a aoaalao Wrltlar Plaid. qoarU,
plaU, aad half Plata.
3 doaoa Carmlaa lak, email alaoa.
1 deuaDavld'o Blaoldk.qaaita.
1 groaa Babbar Poaboldere,i1o S
If groaa Babbar Poaholdore, lto. 1.
1 groaa Paaa Pealoldere,vari00ietTloa,
14 doaoa ekott Kobbor Propolllag PoaeUa.
10 detaa loag Babbar Prepalllag paaotla.
10 doaea ebort Robber Bciew PoaeUa, ,
19 doiaa Irorr Propolllag PeBclta.
SOgroea boat Hlaak Load Paaello,hoiagoB.
14 aosea boat Catmlao aad Blaa Paaotla.
A doaoa g oldnoaaud PropoUlBg Patella.
doiaa DUrlea for 1KT
Sdoioa Aatograpk Booko.
4 doaoa Mrap Booka.
10 dowft boat Maetlaco, fonr-oaaeo botlloa.
10 doaea beet Mnetlago, elgbt-oaaco botUaa.
00 poind a boat ftoallag Wax.
4 doiaa Pertfulloa, oarloaa atTloo.
4 doiaa Btottlag Pada.
SO doiaa Papor Poldere.
140 apoola Plok T.p, Mo 19.
43 doioa l'oekot Kalvaa, good qnatltto Bogere'
WoatoBbolm'a, Crcokt'.aad boat Ataarleaa maaofaa
doaoa palra lolaaora, two dotoa oaek 4 0, aad fllaek,
4 doiaa pair Sclaaori, 8 tolSlaeh.
t doieu Paper Ciaipe rarlooa aljlaa.
0 doMB Papor Wlf bta.Tarlooa atrlea.
doiaa Poaall Sbarpoaora.
4 doiaa Keadr Baferaaea FUoa,
0 doiaa Kraalag kaUaa.
SOO amall papera of Blaak Baad.
4 divaa RBlota.Tarloaa atrlee.
A doaea Pea Racka
SSooioB'paeka Vlaltlag Carda.
SO doaoa PoB'Wlpore
S3 gSoaa Robber Baada aad Binge.
10 poaada artlfta Gam
, 1S3 aklaa Parabmeat, 10x11 laeboe.
1,400 poaada thlck.aort, aad bard Twtat.
fioo poaada amall, aoft and hard Twite,
Tba.Iaiolopea mait bo txtra toeft jmmnuJ, aad
miakba aabmtltod la aack bozet-aa tbey aro to bo da
la tba aopplr of good a eoatraelora will bo rigidly
t to ruralih artlelae rally oqaai to aampia.
PropoeaU maat bo aaaompaalad by tba aamea of tko
eorotlea latoBdod to bo offered, aad a boad la the earn of
81,000 that partial will faraUn aaek artlelaa aa may bo
awarded to them.
Aareqalred by law.prefereBee will bo alrea to tko
prodoclioia of inaricto ladaalry, If equally eboap aad
of aa good quality (tad all pereoae maklag propoaala to
aapply aay claaa of artlelaa will atato what bar the eamo
are tko manufacture of the United Statee,
Tba antolea are to bo delivered free of aay charge for
carriage at tba offlan or the Clerk of tko Boaao of Kap
reeeatatlrae oa or before tba trat day of BoTamber.
Baebpropoaal to bo efldoread 'Tropoeata for Ite
tloaaryfurtko llooao of RepraaeatallTeeof iba United
Btataa, M and addraaved to tho aaderalgaed.
BaOlelOBt apcelueae of each claaa of artlelaa propoaad
for moat accompany tbo propoaal. marked with aamo of
Tko perioa pffarlag to faalah aay claaa of artlelaa at
tbo laweal price, quality cooaldared,ahall receive a
eo a tract for tho aamo oa oxaeotlar a bond, wltb two or
more earetlea aatUfaetory to tho Clark of tba Home of
Rcprceaotatlvei.for tbo perform aaco of tbo eamo, andar
a forfeiture of twice Iba coalract prleo laoaao of fall are,
wklab bond mail bo Sled la tho efflea of tbo aajd Clark
wlthla ten daya after the propoaale bara beea opened
aad tho reaoH declared.
Clerk of tho Bouaa of Beproaenlatlvao of the United
BP HANS' OOUBI,
iCUVIT 4, 1M.
BIWBICT OF COIUHBU. WiSUIKOTOB COnitTI
t. th. etit of HUti .. Pel(k, .dml.l.tt.lor of
Mid Ot.ktm, d.n.M.d, Iko odmUldrotor olonolit
k., wllk tko tpprobollon of Iko Orpkiti' Coiirl of
.nil. ..i.t nB Ih Dual atllara.llt .nd dl.trlbu
tloa of tko p.rtoBkt o.uto of .old doeooaod, tad of
tko auot. la ktnd. . forftatk. hid. kavo boon col
lo.todaDdtarMdlaloiooo.Tl wk.aaud irk.ro oil tko
vnuiMri aaa hui oi aaiti oeceasvu ar nutiuvu v -taad.
wltb Ikalr ilalni BraiMrlv VODChtvd. or the
nay othcrwtao by law bo excluded from all bane at la
aid deceaeod'a aetata I provided aaopy of Ibia order bo
paviieaan van wvea lor (areo weeaa its '
Toil i s o, BoaBivs
Rational Union Convention.
A National Union Contention, of at least
two delegated from each congressional dis
trict of all tbo SUtei, two from each Terrl-Ui-y,
two from the District of Colombia, and
four delegates at largo from each State, will
bo held at tho city of Philadelphia, on the
second Tncsday (Uth) of August next
Such delegates will be chosen by the elec
tors of the several States who sustain the
Administration In maintaining; unbroken the
union of the States under1 the Constitution
which our father! established, and who
agree In the following propositions, via i -
The union of the States is, in every cue,
Indissoluble, and la perpetual r and the Oon
stltntlon of the United States, and the laws
passed by Congress in pursuance thereof,
supreme and constant, ana muTersal In tholr
The rights, (he dignity r"id the equality ol
(he States in the Union, Including the right
of representation in Congress, are solemnly
guaranteed by that Constitution, te save
which from overthrow so much blood and
treaturo were expended in the late'eivil war;
There Is no light, anywhere, to dissolve
tho Union, or to separate States from the
Union, either by voluntary withdrawal, by
force of arms, or by congressional action
neither by the secession of the States, nor by
the exclusion of their loyal' and qualified
representatives, nor by tho national Govern
ment in any other form ;
Slavery u abolished, and neither can, nor
ought to ibe, re-established in any State, or
Territory within our jurisdiction
Each Stale has the undoubted right to pre
scribe the qualifications of Its own electors,
and 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 right (
The maintenance inviolate of tho rights ot
the States, and especially of the right of each
Stato to order and control its own domestic
concerns, according to its own judgment ex
clusively, subject only to the . Constitution
of the United States, is essential to that bal
ance of power on which the perfection and
endurance of our political laono aepena, ana
the overthrow of that system by the usurpa
tion 'and centralization of power in Congress
would be a revolution, dangerous to repub
lican government and destructive of liberty j
Each Iloaso of Congress is made, by the
Constitution, the sole judge of the elections,
returns and qualifications of its members;
but the exclusion of loyal Senators and Bep
sentatives, properly chosen and qualified,
under the Constitution and laws, is unjust
Every patriot should frown upon all these
acts "ana proceedings everywhere, which can
serve no other purpose than to rekindle the
animosities of war, and the effect of, which
upon our moral, social and material Interests
at home, 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 bv
putting down the rebellion, and the rebellion
having 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, 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 peace 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
All such electors in the thirty-six States
and nine Territoriesof tho United StateB, and
la tho District of Columbia, who in a spirit
of patriotism and lovo for tho Union, can rise
above personal and sectional considerations,
and who desire to see a truly National Union
Convention, .which Bhall represent all the
States and Territories of the Union, assem
ble, as friends and brothers, under the nation
al flag, to hold counsel together upon the state
of the Union, and to take measures to avert
possible danger from the 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 endorse the
principles above set forth, and who is not at
tached, in true allegiance, to the Constitu
tion, the Union, una the Government of the
A. W, RANDALL, Pres't
J. R. DOOUTTLI,
O. II. Bbownibo,
Kioontiro Cora. Nat. Union Clob.
We recommend the holding of the above
Convention, and endorse the call therefor.
Damiii. S. Nobtob,
' J. W. NasMrrn,
T. A. IIihdbicis.
WASBlBOTOir, Jttfio 2$, IMA
ALT SULPHUR SPRINGS, MONROE
Tkl. popalar Soamor Booort will opoa for Iko roc.p
tloa of vl.ttor. oa tko l.t of JOLT, aad r.mala op.a
aatll Iko lul of OOTOBIB.
lir. Matur, 1-ror.uor or sarforr la Ino J.o.noa
Modloal OoUoto. Pktlad.lokla. from oonoaal okoorf a
tloa aad ak.ml.al aaalT.1.. alu.d lk.M Sarin, a. tko
Boat valaaklo of romodlal afoato la all dlaoaaoa of a
okroalo or oraaal. aataro.
la vlaltlas lao sprlaco paraoaa will kavo aa opporto-Bltt-of
aaaloc Fairfax StatloB.kfiBu.ao JoB.lloa,War
roatoa. Ball Baa, Bapldaa, Oraoso CoBrt.Hoaao, Oor
doa.Tlllo, aad raaaT otkor potato of kUtorlo laloroot la
flood Ooaokoa oooaaat wltk tko tralao of tko Alaska
drla a Oraago aad Vlrgtala Coalral Ballroad. to ooavar
Tlaltora to tko 8prlats.
Groat paloa karo boa Ukaa to pat tko botldlBia Bad
groBBda la food ordar aad rtpolr.
Tko Botol will aaoonoaodato 400 paraoaai baaldaa
tkoro aro a aamkoi of kaadaomo Cettagaa Stud ap as
proaalf for fantllaa.
Tarmat S3 SO prdBT) a Ukaral dlaooaal to paraoaa
ranalalas a raoatk aad loagor. Cktldroa BBd .orvaata
kalfprlao BCCBUTOH, BALDW1K k CO.
THE NATIONAL UNION BDSINESS
HOBTHVflST COBKXR SBVSltTtt Attn D STBIBT9,
IHTZLLIOEBCIB BOILDIHO, '
la oao la a Ualoa of Collogaa aztaadlag to tko prlaelpBl
eltlaa. FanaaaaBll' baoad apoa tko Ja.t prfaelplo of
ladtTldaal owo.raklp, It offara Baaqoallad adYBBtagoa
at rataa naek lowar Ikaa aaa bo affordad kr bbj olkar
BpoBoarlBB FoamBBBblp laaskt In Ita pBrUrkr Haarv
v. apaaoar, ido Mi.Draioa, aoioor oi
r tko 'paaaarlan
Bar to raBtnaaaklp.
fka bT.lom of Boalaoaa Fraotlao. tnvaatod aad soa-
aaa ally UBgkt kv tka proprlator, will raoolro kla apo
elal BttoalloB. Tola la tbo moat tmportaat part of tko
Book.ko.plog Cobjoo. llara tko atadaat appltaa kla
tkaoralleal kaowlodgo, aod la praparod for IB. mors
ralBBlo datalla of aotaal baalaaaa. Tbo arotom la ao
valaaklo tkat otkora aro aalog It.
UdlTldBBllBatraelloa, adopud la all braaebaa, allowa
tbo alBdoat to proaood aa rapldlr aa ka okooaaa Tko
ta,akar la tkaoalv oao wko aaada to kaow tka dadalaa
eloa of Bar papU. Bapoelallr la Ikla tko asao darlBg
tko aammar moatka, vka. oakoola aaeallrkkT a amall
Tka paklls at, UtIUd to aall aad osaauao Iko moat
Vaaatifal aoUaatloa of fwwsik svsr sabibiud la
laislfnUl4(r BMW W. 92,A.JL,
Th. PaMlo Law. of th. Cnltod Bt.too,
LAWS OF TniJ "UNITED STATES.
P.aaod at Sh. Pint Bosal.a C th. Thlrtj
PcBUO No. 121.1
Ab Act to authorise the construction of a
railroad through certain land of the United
States in Kansas.
Be tf enacted by the Senate and Ifouie e
uepretemattvet of me inifcu Slates of
America in Congrat auemlled, That the
Leavenworth City 'Railroad Company be,
and are hereby, authorized to construct a
horse railway, with one or two tracks,
through the military reservation from Fort
Leavenworth to the city of Leavenworth,
Kansas, and take for the accommodation of.
said road, or the business thereof, a' strip of
land Over said reservation not exceeding
twenty feet in width: Provided, That the lo
cation of said railroad through said reserva
tion shall be on and along the west side of
ine wagon road leading rros me said city to
the said fort, and that the said company shall
erect their own bridges and crossings, and
not be permitted to use those of the wagon
road: And. provided, alio, That whenever
said strip of land shall cease to be usd for
.the purposes of said railroad company or the
accommodation of the business thereof, tho
same shall revert to tho United States; that
this privilege shall be allowed as long as the
Secretary of War shall, in his discretion, de
termine, ana no longer.
Approved, July 23, 1666.
fPoBUc No. 123.1
Ah Act to give certain powers to tho levy
coun oi uie county oi wasningion,in ine
District of Colombia.
Dl it enacted ov the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled, That in ad
dition to me existing remedy by distress, ror
the recovery of taxes due to the levy court
in the county of Washington, real property
in said county, outside the 'corporate limits
of Georgetown and Washington, on which
one years taxis shall bo due and unpaid, or
so much thereof, not less than one acre,
(where the property on which the tax has ac
crued is not lessnoan that quantity,) as may
be necessary to pay any such taxes, with all
legal costs and charges arising thereon, may
be sold at public sale, to satisfy such taxes
and expenses, by the collector appointed by
the levy court of said county: Provided,
That public notice be given of the time and
place of sale by advertising once a week for
eight successive weeks in some newspaper
published in the city of Washington, in which
advertisement shall be given a sufficient and
definite description of the property selected
for sale, the name of the person to whom
the samo is assessed, and tho aggregate
amount of taxes due thereon. The pur
chaser or purchasers of nnv aurh nronr-rtv
shall pay, at the time of such sale, the amount
oi taxes aue on ine property so purchased
by him, her, or them, respectively, with the
amount of the expenses of sale, and shall pay
the residue of the purchase money within
ten days after the expiration of two years
from the day of sale, to the collector or
other officer of the lew court authorized to
receive the same, and the amount of such'
residue shall be placed in the treasury of said
levy court, subject to tne order or tne original
proprietor or proprietors of the property
sold, his, her; or their legal representatives,
and the purchaser or purchasers of said
property snail receive a title thereto in fee
simple, by deed, under tho hand of tho presi
dent of said levy court and its seal, which
shall be deemed rood and valid in law and
equity! iVovt'ded, nevertheless, That if
within two years from tne day or any such
sole, or before such purchaser or purchasers
shall have paid the residue, If any, of tho
purchase money as aforesaid, the proprietor
or proprietors of any property sold aa afore
said, his, her or their agents, or legal repre
sentatives, shall repay to such purchaser or
purchasers the money paid for taxes and ex
penses as aforesaid, together with ten per
centum per annum as interest thereon, or
make a tender thereof, or deposit tho same
with the treasurer ol said levy court or other
officer authorized to receive the same, for the
use of such purchaser or purchasers, and
subject to his or their order, ne, she, or they
shall be reinstated in his, her, or their orig
inal right and title, as if no such sale had
been made; and if any purchaser shall fiql to
pay the residuo of the purchoso money as
aforesaid within the time required as afore
said, for any property so purchased by him,
he shall pay ten per centum per annum, as
interest thereon, in addition to such residoe,
from the expiration of the two years as afore
said, until the actual payment of such resi
due and the receiving of a conveyance as
aforesaid, and said interest shall aliko be
subject to the order of the original proprie
tor or proprietors as the'residuo of the pur
chase money aforesaid: Provided also, That
no sale shall be made of any improved prop
erty in pursuance of this section, whereon
there is personal property of sufficient value
to pay said taxes, nor of such improved prop
erty whereon there is not such personal prop
erty, until the collector shall first file a sworn
return with the clerk of said levy court that
thero is no such personal property, which
return shall ho prima facio proof of that fact;
and that minors, mortirairecs. and others
having equitable Hens or other interests, as,
creditors, in real property sold ror taxes as
aforesaid shall bo allowed one year after such
minors' coming to full age, or after such
mortgagees, or others having equitablo in
terests, obtaining possession of, or a decree
for tho sale of, such property, to redeem the
same from the purchaser or purchasers, his,
her, or 'their heirs or assigns, on paying tho
amount of the purchase money so nuid there
for, with ten per centum interest thereon per
annum, and the value of any improvements
erected on said property by the purchaser or
his assigns while in his possession.
Seo. 2. --liul be it fuither tnacled, That
it shall be lawful for tho collector to post
pone, after such advertisement, tho sale of
the property advertised according to tho
foregoing section, to any futuro day, for want
of bidders, or other reasonable cause, giving
public notice of such postponement; and the
sale made at such postponed tlmo shall bo
equally valid as If made on tho day stated in
Seo, 3. And be it further enacted, That
tho collector of said levy court shall have
authority to collect any tax lawfully imposed
by said court, by distress and sale of the
goods and chattels of the person chargeable
therewith, wherever the same may be found
in said county, out of the corporate limits of
Washington and Georgetown; but no such
sale shall be made unless ten days' previous
notico thereof be given In some newspaper
printed in tho city of Washington.
Szo. 4. And lie it further enacted, That it
shall not be necessary that the said levy
court shall have actually paid the portion of
the general expenses of the county of Wash.
tpgtQD, or spy other ojpensci A portion of
WAiSHINOTON CITY. D. C. SATURDAY MORNING.
u TUTUod ud CorroeUd, an OaBel.llr
which either of the cities of Washington, or
Georgetown is liable for, to enable the said
court to demand of either of said cities pay
ment of ita proportion of said expenses al
ready Incurred, or for the supreme court of
the District of Columbia to act summarily in
tho matter and give Judgment, according to
the provisions of the act of Jnlv onn. .Irrh.
teen hundred and, twelve, entitled "An act
conferring certain 'powers on the levy court
for the county of Washington, In the District
Approved, July 23, 1666.
Pobuc No. 124.J
An Act relating, to public schools in the
District of Columbia.
Be it enacted by th Senate and Bouse of
ncprciem aiivcs or ine tnitea mates ofAmer
tea in congress asvemMea, mat tne eigh
teenth section of the act entitled "An act to
provide for the nuhiln Instrnrttnn nf vtnfti
in tho county of Washington, District of
Columbia, ana for other purposes," approved
June twenty-five, eighteen hundred sixty.
tour, snaii do so construeu as to require tne
cities of Washington and Georgetown to nav
over to the trustees of colored schools of
said cities such a proportionate part of all
moneys received or expended for school or
educational purposes in said cities, including
the cost of sites, buildings, improvements,
furniture, and books, and all other expendi
tures on account of schools, as tho colored
children between the ages of six and seven
teen years, in the respective cities, bear to
the whole number of children, white and
colored, between the same ages. That the
money shall be considered due and payable
to saidrrustces on the first day of October of
each year, and if not then paid over to them,
interest at tho rate of ten per centum per
annum on tho amount unpaid may bo de
manded and collected from the authorities
of the delinquent city by said trustees.
Sbo. 2. And be it further enacted. That
the said trustees mav maintain an action of
debt in the supreme court of the District of
Columbia agarfestsold cities of Washington
and Georgetown for the non-payment ofany
sum of money arising under the aforesaid act
of June twenty-fire, eighteen hundred and
Approved, July 23, 1BGG.
IPcblic No. lfill
Ah Act to increase and fix the military
jieacu csutoiiBiimem oi tne united mates.
Be it enacted bv the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled, That the
military peace establishment of the United
States shall hereafter consist of five regi
ments of artillery, ten regiments of cavalry,
forty-five regiments Of infantry, tho profes
sors and corps of cadets of the United States
military Academy, and sucn other forces as
shall be provided for by this act, to bo
known as the Army of the United States.
So. 2. And be it further enacted, That
tho five regiments of artillery provided for
by this act shall consist of the five regiments
now organized; and the first, second, third,
and fourth regiments of artillery shall have
the same organization as Is now prescribed
by law for the fifth regiment of artillery; but
the regimental adjutants, quartermasters,
and commissaries shall hereafter he extra
lieutenants selected from the first or second
lieutenants or tbe regiment.
8c 3. ini f t( further enacted. That
to the six regiments of cavalry now in ser
vice there shall be added four regiments, two
of which shall be composed of colored men,
tiaving tne Bame organization as is now pro-
viueu oy law ior cavalry regiments, wun tne
addition of one veterinary surgeon to each
regiment, whose compensation shall be one
hundred dollars per month; but the grade of
company commissary sergeant or cavalry is
(ii-ivuj .wuiMim, j no ungiuai vuliuicies in
the grade of first and second lieutenant shall
be filled br selection from amonir the offi
cers and soldiers of volunteer cavalry, and
two-thirds of tho original vacancies in each
orthogrades above that of first lieutenant
shall be filled by selections from among the
officers of volunteer cavalry, and one-third
from officers of the regular army, all of
whom shall havo served two years In the field
during the war, and have been distinguished
for capacity and good conduct; any portion
of the cavalry force may be armed and
drill'd as infantry or dismounted cavalry at
the discretion of tho President, and each cav
alry regiment shall hereafter have but one
hospital steward, and the regimental adju
tants, quartermasters, and commissaries
shall hereafter be extra lieutenants selected
from the first or second lieutenants of the
Hue. 4. Andbe ttfurtherenacted.Thut the
fortv.fire rcciments of infftnlrv nroviiled for
by tills act shall consist of the first ten regi
ments, of ten companies each, now In service;
of twenty-seven regiments, of ten companies
each, to be formed by adding two companies
to each battalion of tho remaining nine regi
ments ; and of eight new regiments, of ten
companies each, four regiments of which
shall be composed of colored men and four
regiments of ten companies each to be raised
and officered as hereinafter provided for, to
bo called the Veteran Reserve corps; und
all the original vacancies In the grades of
first and second lieutenant shall be filled by
selection from among the officers and soldiers
of volunteers, and one-half the original va
cancies in each of the grades above that o
first lieutenant, shall be filled by selection
from among the officers of volunteers, and
the remainder from officers of the regular
army, all of whom shall have served two
Tears durlnir the war. and have been distin
guished for capacity and good conduct In the
field. The Veteran Reserve Corps shall be
officered by appointment from any officers
and soldiers or volunteers or of the regular
army who have been wounded In the lino ol
their duty while serving in the army of the
United States in the late war, and who may
yet be competent for garrison or other duty,
to which that corps has heretofore been as
signed. Ssc. 8. And be it further enacted, That
the appointments to be made from among
volunteer officers and soldiers under the pro
visions of this act shall be distributed among
the States, Territories, and District of Co
lumbia, n proportion to the number of troops
furnished by them respectively to the ser-
vico oi tne united mates during tne late
war, reduced to an average of three years
term of service ; Provided, That the regula
tion provided in this section governing the
proportion ot officers to be selected from
eacn state, snail not do applied to tne States
of California, Oregon, and Nevada.
Sec. 6. And lie it further enacted. That
each regiment of Infantry provided for by
una uci snail nave one coiuuei, one lieuten
ant colonel, one major, one adjutant, one
rcuimeutal Quartermaster, one serireunt ma
jor, one quartermaster sergeant, one com
missary sergeant, one Hospital steward, two
principal musicians, and ten companies and
itlO adjutant MiJ ijuartermilter ijis) hjrcuf.
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AUGUST 11, 1868.
Pmbllohod la thl. Joarnal by Authority
ter bo extra lieutenants selected from tho
first or second lieutenants of the regiment.
Each company shall havo ono captain, one
first lieutenant and one second lieutenant,
one first sergeant, one quartermaster sergeant,
fonr sergeants, eight corporals, two artificers,
two musicians, one wagoner, and fifty prl
vates, and the number of privates may be
uicreaaeu at me Discretion or tne President,
not to exceed one hundred, whenever the
exigencies of tho servlco require such In
crease; and the President is hereby author
ized to enlist and employ in the Territories
and Indian country a force of Indians, not to
exceed one thousand, to act as scouts, who
shall receive the nay and allowances of cav
alry soldiers, and be discharged whenever
the necessity for their further employment
is abated, or at tho discretion or the depart
Sic. 7. And be it further enacted. That
fifteen bands, inclndlno- thn rmtwl at fu Mil.
ltary Academy, may be rotained or enlisted
in the army, with such organization aa is now
provided by law, to bo assigned to brigades
in time of war. and (n tlmn nf n.f a in
scmbled brigades, or to forts or posts at
which tho largest number of troops shall be
ordinarily stationed, and the band at the
.military Academy snail be placed on the
samo footing as other bands, one ordnance
sergeant and ono hospital steward for each
military post, and the same number of post
chaplains as at present authorized, who
shall be appointed as now provided by law ;
and the President of tho Unitrrl Hi.in. i.
hereby authorized to appoint for each na
tional cemetery now established, or that may
be established, a superintendent, with the
rank, pay, and emoluments of an ordnance
sergeant, to bo selected from among the non
commissioned officers of the regular army
and volunteer forces who have received cer-
iincatcs oi merit ror services during the war.
8o. 8. And be it further enacted, That
all enlistments into the army shall hereafter
uo ior iub term oi uvo years lor cavalry and
three years for artillery and infantry, and
recruits mav at all times be colleriorl ot tin.
general rendezvous in addition to tho num-
Der required to fill to the minimum all the
regiments of the army, provided that such
recruits shall not exceed in tho aggregate
three thousand men. It shall be competent
to. enlist men for tho service who havn hin
wounded in the line of their duty while serv
ing u mo army oi me united stales, pro-
vuicu I. ouiMi uo iuuuu, on meaicai lnspec
tion. that bv such wounds thev arrf nnt. nn.
fitted for efficiency in garrison or other
light duties; and such men, when enlisted,
shall bo assigned to service exclusively in
the regiments of tho Veteran Reserve corps.
Sic. 9. And be it further enacted. That
thero shall bo one treneral. ono lieutenant
general, five major generals, and ten briga
dier generals, who shall have the same pay
and emoluments and be entitled to the same
staff officers in number and grade aa now
provided by law.
Szo. 10. And be it further enacted, That
the adjutant general's department of the
army shall hereafter, consist of tie officers
now anthorized by law, viz: One adjutant
KcnerBi, wuu mo rona. par. ana emoluments
of a brigadier general; two assistant adju-
uments of colonels of cavalry; four assistant
lauia Keuerai. wun ino ranK. pav. ana emol
auiuianis general, wun ino rank-, nav. ami
emoluments of lieutenant colonels of cav
alry; and thirteen assistant adjutants gen
eral, with tho rank, pay, and emoluments of
maiors oi cavalry.
Stc. 11. .rind be tt further enacted. That
there shall be four inspectors general of the
army, with the rank, pay, and emoluments
of colonels of cavalry; three assistant inspect
ors general, with the rank. nav. and emoln.
ments of lieutenant colonels of cavalry; and
two assistant inspectors general, with the
rank, pay, and emoluments of majors of cav
fclso. 12. And be tt further enacted, That
the bureau of military justice shall hereafter
consist or ono Judge advocate general, with
the rank, pay, and emoluments of a briga
dier general, and ono assistant Judge advo
cate general, with the rank, pay, and emolu
ments of a colonel of cavalry; and the said
judge advocate general shall receive, revise,
and havo recorded, tho proceedings of all
courts-martial, courts of inquiry, and mili
tary commissions, and shall perform such
other duties as have been heretofore ncr.
formed by tho judge advocate general of
tne army. Anu oi tne judge advocates now
in office thero may be retained a number
not exceeding ten, to bo- selected by the
Secretary of the War, who shall perform
their duties under the direction of the judge
advocate general, until otherwise provided
by law, or until the Secretary of War shall
decide that their services can be dispensed
Szc. 13. Andie it further enacted. That
the quartermaster's department of the army
shall hereafter consist of one nuartermaster
general, with the rank, pay, and emoluments
of a brigadier general; sir assistant quarter
masters general, with the rank, pay, and
emoluments ot coioneis oi cavalry; ten uep
uty quartermasters general, with the rank.
pay, and emoluments of lieutenant colonels
oi cavalry; niteen quartermasters, with the
rank, pay, and emoluments of majors of cav
alry; and forty-four assistant quartermasters,
with tho rank, pay, and emoluments of can-
tains of cavalry; and the vacancies herebv
created in the grade of assistant nuar
termaster shall he filled by selection from
among the persons who have rendered mer
itorious services as assistant quartermasters
of volunteers during two years of the war;
but after the first appointments made tinder
the provisions of this section, as vacancies
may occur in tho grades of major and cap
tain in this department, no appointment to
fill the same shall be made until the number
of majors shall be reduced to twelve, and tho
number of captains to thirty, and thereafter
the number of officers in each of said grades
shall continue to conform to said reduced
Sso. 14. And be it further enacted. That
the number of military storekeepers In the
quartermaster's department shall hereafter
bo as many as shall be required, not exceed
ing sixteen, who shall lime the rank, pay,
and emoluments of captains of infantry.
Sec. 15. And be it further enacted, That
the provisions of the uct for the better or
ganization of the quartermaster's depart
ment, approved July fourth, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-four, shall continue in force
until the first day of January, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-seven, and no longer.
szo. in. Ana a. it further enacted. That
tho subsistence department of the armv shall
hereafter consist of the number of officers
now authorized by law, viz: one commissary
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gvucrui ui Buunmicm-i', mm wis ruilK, pay,
and emoluments of a brigadier general; two
assistant commissaries general of subsistence,
with the rank, pay, ana emoluments of colo
nels of cavalry; two assistant commissaries
general of subsistence, with the rank, pay,
and emolument! gf lieutenant colonels of
cavalry; eight commissaries of subsistence,
with the rank, pay, and emoluments of ma
jors' of cavalry; and sixteen commissaries of
suDsisiencc, wun the rank, pay, and emolu
ments of captains of cavalry.
Sbo. 17; And be it further enacted. That
the medical department of the armi shall
hereafter consist of one surgeon 'general,
with the rank, nay, and emoluments of a
brigadier general: one assistant aura-eon mru
era, with tho rank, pay, and emoluments of
coionei oi cavalry; one enter medical pur
veyor and four assistant medical purveyors,
with the rank, pay, and emoluments of lieu
tenant colonels of cavalrv. who shall vivo thn
samo bonds which are or may bo.requlred of
Hoouwia paymaster generai oi nice gradei
and shall, when not acting, purveyors, be
assignable to duty aa surgeons by the Presi
dent: sixty surgeons, with the rank. nav. anrl
emoluments of majors of cavalry; one hun
dred and fiftv assistant surgeons, with thn
rank, pay, and cmolnments of lieutenants of
cavairy ior the first three years' service, and
wuu ui rank-, pay, anu emoluments or cap
tains of cavalry after three years' service;
and five medical storekeepers, with the same
compensation as is now provided bylaw; and
all the original vacancies in the grade of as
sistant surgeon shall be filled by selection
bv examination from amono th. nersnna
have served as staff or regimental surgeons,
or assistant surgeons of volunteer, in thn
army of the United States two years during
the late war, and persons who have served as
JLllJ M'Md'PUafor promotion to the
pade of captain; and tho Secretary of War
ucivuy aubuurizcu tu appoint irom me en
listed men of the army, or cause to bo en
listed, aa many hospital stewards as the ser
vice may requite, to be permanently at
tached to the medical department," under
such regulations as the Secretary of War
Seo. 18. And be it further enacted. That
the pay department of the army shall here
after consist of one paymaster general, with
the rank, pay, and emoluments of a brigadier
general; two assistant paymasters general,
with the rank. nav. and emolument, nfmln.
nels of cavalry; two deputy paymasters gen
oral, with the rank, pay, and emoluments of
lieutenant colonels or cavalry; and sixty pay
masters, with the rank, pay, and emoluments
of majors of cavalry, to be selected from per
sons who have served as additional paymas
ters. SBC. 19. And be it further nnrte,1 TW
the corps of engineers shall consist of one
chief of engineers, with the rank, pay, and
emoluments of a brigadier general; six colo
nels, twelve lieutenant colonels, twenty-four
maiors, thirty captains, and twenty-six first
and ten second lieutenants, who shall have
the pay and emoluments now provided bv
law for officers of the engineer corps.
diu. zu. Ana oe it junncr enacted, That
the five companies of engineer soldiers and
the sergeant major and quartermaster ser
geant neretoioro prescribed by law shall con
stitute abattallon of engineers, to be officered
by officers of suitable rank detailed from the
corps ot engineers; and. the officers of en
gineers, acting respectively aa adjutant and
quartermaster of this battalion, shall be en
titled to the pay and emoluments of adju
tants and quartermasters of cavalry.
Sic. 21. And be it further tnnrtni Tint
the ordnance department of tho armv shall
cousist of the same number of officers and
enlisted men as now authorized by law, and
the officers shall be of the following grades,
til: vmu vngauier gvucrai, torce Colonels,
four lieutenant colonels, ten rasgUirs, twenty
captains, sixteen first lieutenants, and ten
second lieutenants, with the Bamo pay and
cuiuiuuiuuta us uuw pruviueu oy law; and
thirteen ordnance storekeepers, of whom a
number not exceeding six may be appoint
ed and authorized to act as navmaateni at
armories and arsenals. Tho ordnance tore
keener and navmasternt lhr. nntlnnnl annnn.
at Springfield shall have tho rank, pay, and
emoluments or a major of cavalry, and all
other ordnance storekeepers shall havn hn
rank, pay, and emoluments of captains of
cavairy, aim iwu-unrus oi tne military store
keepers and ordnance storekeepers to be ap
pointed under this and the fourteenth section
of this act, shall be selected from volunteer
officers or soldiers who have performed mer
itorious scrvico in the army of the United
States during the lato rebellion.
Sec. 22. .rlndle if further enacted. That
there shall he one chief signal officer of the
army, who shall have the rank, pay, and
emoluments of a colonel of cavalry; and the
Secretary ol War shall have power to detail
six officers and not to exceed ono hundred
non-commissioned officers and privates, from
tho battalion of engineers, for tho perform
ance of signal duty; but no officer or enlisted
man shall be so detailed until he shall hat e
been examined and approved by a military
board, to be convened by the Secretary of
War for that purpose; and enlisted men,
while so detailed, shall, when deemed neces
sary, be mounted upon horses provided by
Sec. 23. .And be it further enacted, That
the adjutant general, quartermaster general,
commissary general of subsistence, surgeon
general, paymaster general, chief of engi
neers, and chief of ordnance, shall hereafter
bo appointed by selection from tho corps to
which they belong, and no person shall be
appointed to any vacancy created by this act
in tho pay, medical, or quartermaster's do
pertinent, until he shall have passed the ex
amination now required by law.
Sec 24. Andbe it further enarted. Tknt
no poisons shall be commissioned in any of
tho regiments authorized by this act until
they shall hate passed a satisfactory exami
nation before a board, to be composed of
officers of that arm of the sertico in which
the applicant Is to serve, to bo convened un
der the direction of the Secretary of War,
which shall Inquire into the servii es rendered
during the war, capacity and qualifications
of tho applicants; and such appointments,
when made, shall bo without regard to pre
vious rank, but with sole regard to qual
ifications and meritorious sen ices, and per
sons applying for commissions In any of the
regiments anthorized by this act shall bo en
titled In caso of passing the examination nn.i
being appointed or commissioned, to receive
mileage from the place of his residence to
tuo piucu ui examination, or such portion of
that distance as he mav actuallv trntel thn
same as is paid to officers travelling under
urui-rs, uui mere saait oe poia no other com
pensation. Sec. 25. Andbe it further enacted, That
the office of sutler In the armv and at mill.
tary posts Is hereby abolished, and the tub-
sisience aepartmentls hereby authorized und
required to furnish such articles as may from
time to time bo designated by the Inspectors
general of the armv. the samo tn Iia bm n
officers and enlisted men at cost prices, and If
uui pam ior wnen purcnosea, a true account
luereoi saau oe Kept, and the amount due
the government shall be deducted by the
paymaster at, the payment, next following
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shall not go into effect until the first rl.v r
July, eighteen hundred. and sixty-seven.
Sic. 26. And be it'further enacted. That
for the nurDOSfl of nromntins- Vnnrliw1a .t
military science j among' the young men of
uniwi owwa, uio a rvsiuem may, upon
application of. an established toller or
university within the United States, with sum.-.,
cient capacity to educate at one tlme"not less
man one hundred and fifty male students, de
tail an officer of tho armv to art as nraM.nt
superintendent, or professor of sucn college
or university; that tho number of officers so
detailed shall not exceed twenty at any time,
and shall be apportioned throngh the United
States as nearly as practicable according to
population, and shall.' be governed hy gen
eral rules, to bo prescribed from tone to
time uy mo rrcstuent.
Scc. 27. And be it further mnrl.A T1..1
whenever troops are serving at any post,
garrison, or permanent camp, there shall be
established a school where all enlisted men
may be provided with instruction In ihirnm.
mon Efiglish branches of education, and es
pecially in tho historv of the Unltrri Rll.
and the Secretary of War is authorized to
detail such commissioned officers and en
listed men as may be necessary to carry out
mm; jjiu.Miuua ui mis section; and it snail bo
the duty of tho post or garrison commander
to couso to be set apart a snllahl. M.m n
building for school and religious purposes.
Kwr, QQ J-JI. .' S..-Jf .j.ri m .
nothin ln "" """ construed to a"
thorizo or permit the appointment to any
position or ofhre in thn am-.v nf fha TTnl..
States of any person who has served in anv
Har I.. 4k -!l!l t - . '
capacity ln the military, naval, or civil ser
vice of the so-called Confederate States or
or either of the States in insurrection during
the lato rebellion; bat any such appoint
ment shall be illegal and void.
Sec. 29. And be it further enacted, That,
in construing this act, officers who have here
tofore been appointed or commissioned to
serve with United States colored troops shall
bo deemed and held to be officers of volun
teers, and officers of the regular army who
have also held commissions as officers of vol
unteers or have commanded volunteers shall
not on that account be held to be volunteers
under the provisions of this act.
Sec. 30. And be it further enacted, That
nothing herein contained shall be construed
as affecting existing laws respecting the rank,
pay, and allowances of chaplains of tho array,
but the same shall remain aa now established
by the act entitled " An act to amend sec
tion nine of the act approved July seven
teen, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, en
titled ' An act to define tho pay and emolu
ments of certain officers of the army, and for
other purposes," approved April nine, eigh-
for each regiment of colored troops, whoso
duty shall include the instruction of the en
listed men in the common English branches
of education: and chaplains, when ordered
from one field of duty .to., another,- shall -be
entitled to transportation at tho same rate
as other officers.
Seo. 31. And be it further enacted. That
nothing In this act shall be so construed as to
vacate the commission of any officer now
properly in service, or whose namo may be
borne on tho Army Register as partially re
tired, according to law.
Sec. 32. jilid be it further enacted. That
officers of the regular army, entitled to ho
retired on account of disability occasioned
by wounds received in batllo, may be retired
upon the full rank of the command held by
luem, wucincr in me regular or volunteer
Bcrvico at the thno such wounds were re
ceived. Sec 33. And be it further enacted, That
tho Provost Marshal General's office and
Bureau shall bo continued only so long as
the Secretary of Wor shall deem necessary,
not exceeding thirty days after the passage
of this act. ,
Sec. 34. tnd be it further enacted, TBat
all officers who have serted during the re
bellion as volunteers in the armies of tho
United States, and who have been or may
hereafter be honorably mustered out of the
volunteer service, shall be entitled to bear
the official title, ami upon occasions or cere
mony to wear the uniform of tho highest
grado they have held by brevet or other com
missions in tho volunteer service. In caso
of officers of tho regular army, tho volunteer
rank shall be entered upon too official army
register: Provided, That these privileges
shall not cntitlo any officer to command,
pay, or emoluments.
tire. 33. ind be it further enacted. That
the third section of the act entitled "An act
making appropriations for the support of
the army for the year ending thirtieth of
June, eighteen hundred and sixty-six," shall
continue in force for one year from tho pas
sage of this act: I'rovided, That no officer
who is furnished with quarters in kind shall
be entitled to receive, the increased commu
tation of rations hereby authorized.
Sri'. 36. And be it further enacted. That
section thrco of the act approved February
twenty, eighteen hundred and sixty-three,
authorizing the appointment of a solicitor of
the War Department, be, and the same is
Sec. 37. And be it further enacted, That
the Secretary of War be, and ho is hereby,
directed to have prepared, and to report to
Congress, at its next session, a codo of regu
lations for the government of the army, and
of tho militia iu actual service, which shall
embrace all necessary orders and forms of a
general character for tho performance of all
duties incumbent on officers and men in tho
military scrvico, including rules for the gov
ernment of courts-martial. The existing
regulations to remain in forco tmtil Congress
shall ha o acted on said report.
Sec. 38. And be it further enacted, That
all luws and parts of lavts inconsistent with
the provisions of this act be, and tho same
are hereby, repealed.
Approved, July 281866:
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