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TirE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN
rUBLIBHKD DAILY.
HTM ADVMTIIIKO.
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Oae eqaexe, If 4a J 00
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Iter eteei e'er a4TertlemeeU,.W Mr oeat, Udl
UoeU. TwleeaeelteTert.ee.eetl(Mper eeat. ae
tHtloanL
UUorlel aottoee U mU Mr tlee,eaa leeertioa.
LomI aotleee M Matt mt Mat, eaefc taaertiea
aiTortlaomeata eoxalaf andertbe Beetle of Wutl,T
tele. For Kent, Lost and Toaa4, ono laaertloa, ttn eeate
par Ilae 1 ieeeea.aael laaertloae half pried.
Hi Ubm or lea eoaeiltaie a eaaaro.
A4rrtlMBiaU eaoala be aaadad )a tefore ala
'ilotk v n
M)t titfnal totitrltoE
TIIE NATIONAL-REPUBLICAN
PUBLISHED DAILY.
TBI VATIOsTAL KIFUlLICAjr
Is pahllskel every BMrala, (Sudsy, excepted) by W
1. VcaTlei A Co ,. All Ilala atrMt, aad la rBraleked
to eabeerlbore (by carriers) al Tt Mat. per saealhw
Mall eaUsrlVera, M SO per aaaaa KM fer all
moatki aad tl 00 l.r tare, moatko, CamsrvVsl V e salt.
eoca. fivoeofUceac7ou,tM.al
Ha(le copies, A oeata.
THI WIDTLT IATI0AL MnrtLIOA
is ambtlskod every Friday Kerala, i Oa. eery a. year
U00 Tbim Melee eaa year, ti Tea omIw ...
yr.U.0O.
VOL. VI.
WASHINGTON CITY. D. C. FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 5. 1866.
NO. 265.
TIM Pmbllo Lawe of th. United lUtee, a. n.rlMrt awd OrrMt.4, m oacUllr a'ssMleaeel la thla JwaraaU br Aataartlr.
CXPimBBSS
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
orrici 6U Pinvi. avudjl
BRANCH OrriCl III PIHSITLVAHIAATlHITl,
WAiainoToa citt, d. a
Q&1AT BAtTKBjr
I0HTO1HH, WMTIBS, AMD tOtTTHIRS 1XPUSI
rOEWAXDIM.
MIKCHAXDIIB, MOHIT, JIWILRT, V ALU IB LIS,
MOTJW. STOCKS, B0KD8, 0.,
Vonrardtd wllk eafetr aid eMenatefc to all MNdUi
oMtloaa of lb eonntry. Tale Company bu dlfeaelee la
principal railway hwii ib ma
HOftTH, I18T, WUT, AND WORTH WIST.
Iu principal eltti ara
WASHINGTON. D.0..N1W TOAK, BOffTOV, PHIL'
ADILPniA, BALT1M0B1, CINCINNATI, IT. LODIB,
LO01IVILLE, LKXINQTON.
CoaaeeUoaa ara aaad at Hew Trk aad Boatea wltk
Ubm forwarding to Ik Catadai aad to ibe Brltloh Pro
Tloaea. aid wllk oteamab.e llaee to Liverpool. Boatk
eaploa, and Hatre, eaetheaoebjr laropeaa e.tpreeeee
to mi promo!, vonnirciti town is umi onwu
aa tha CabII !.
COLLECTION OT NOTU, DMATTI AND BILL mad
M ail aeeeaaiue pen or ike oaiue Bteie
PC. DPM, IrnV
Waaalaftee, 0. C
e
B
UADY'H NATIONAL PUOTO-
OBAPniC QALLXBT.
TU B BO AD WAT,
Niw Toac,
Naarly oppotlta Qraat Ohank,
Mr. Brady kat oa flow aad for eals at kU Qklltrj, M
aboTt,
PORTRAITS OF ALL OPFICXRS,
of both riit. who bf dlidafal'kod tbomMlTOt ta
tbo Uto war. Th ! ntj from arU d virtu to
lupfrial
la addition to kU T-rltl atiortmoalof llktaoaMO, ktr.
Brad ku a
COLLICTION OP TIXW8
of almoat Trj point mid klatorlola tko roaoat toa
lit, which It mhj Mprotatnod will bo Talaod bj aot
only thoi nor lMnadlatvlr coBOoraod. bat tktlr
liitBdi, a nataaatooo of tko trlali throafkwkUk the
aatloa haa Jail paatod.
Mr Brady always payi aoBaldarabta atUatloa to
"IbVmw tl of POBTBA1TB IN POBCBLAIN kao
booa broaahi by Mr Brady to pwfwtloi ap-if
DEPAHTMENT OP TIIE INTERIOR,
Vbitid Statu Patbit Ornca,
Wasbibotob Aaaitt9,lSe
Oa tho potltloa of John B, MoOtt, of Choltaa. Maata
cknittu, formerly of Plqsa, Ohio, prtyltf for tko ox
UbiIob of a pttoot rr-oll to him oa tbo 90th day of
NoTmbr, 1&S3, for ta InproTamont la Oraia Sopara
tora, and ralaonad oa tho l?ih day of May, 1849 la thraa
dlfUloaa, A. B, and C, aambarod raapoet.Toly 715, 719,
aad 717, tbta plltloa balog for tbo zUaaloa of tho ro
Uaao B, aombtrtd 716, for aeTtn yoara from tko oaptra
tloa of aald palant, which takoo placo oa tko 80tk day
of IfOTombar, 1844,
Iltaofdarad that tha aald potlttoa bo. hoard at tko
PataBtOfleooB MONDAY, tho lfth day of NoTombor
at, at 12 o'clock, m J aad all paraoaa aro aottflad to
appor aad abow caata, If any thoy kaTO.wky aald
patltloa ooght aot to bo f raatod
PoraoBa oppoilnt tho oauaaloa arorooalrod to fllo
la tho Patant Olllaothalr objaetlosa, apaolalty aat forth
ib wntisg, iitutiiHwvatTi naioro too aay oi naar
laf all teitlmooy ftlod by oltkor party, to bo aaod at
la writlan, at laaat tUHnty dart baforo tho day of haar-
tko aald kaarlng, moat bo takan aad traaamlttod la aa
oordaoeo with tha rsloa of tho oBoo, whleh will bo far'
alahad oa application
Dopoaltlona and othar papara, rollod apoa aattatl
moay. mnat bo fllad la tho offleo ItMntjf daya baforo tho
day f be.rloff i tho argamaata, tf aay, wlthla fan day
aflar fiUnx tho taatlmosy.
Ordarad, aUo, that tola Botlec ho pabtlakad la tko Bi
nrauoAi and tho Inttlltgtnctr, Waihlagtoa, D. 0
aad latbaournnf, Uoton, Maaaacbototta, onooawoak
for tbrao aaccaalro waaka tha drat of aald psbllaatlBa
to bo at laaal alzty daja prarlona to tho day of faaartaf.
T. C. THIAKKK.
Commlaaloaor of Patoata.
T 8. Bdltoraof tbo aboyo popart will ploaaooopy,
aadaaadthalr bllla to tho Patoat OBoo with apapar
ooatalalag thla aotlco aaJ-lawIw
DEPAIU'MKNT OP TIIE INTERIOIl.
UxiTiD Statu Patut Orrici,
WAaaiaoToa, Aug. S, 16
Oa tbo patltloa of Btapban C. UaBdaahall. of Rich
mood, Ind t praying for tho aitanaton or a pataai
f ranted to bim tbo 9ih day of HoTmbar, 1832, for aa
Dproramantla Modaof Throwlnf Shattleala Loo ma,
for aavan ytara from thooxplratloa of aald patoat, which
takaa placo on tho Sib day of NoTtmber 1888,
It la ordarad that tho aald petition bo hoard at tho
Patant Offleo oa M OS DAT, tho 22d day of Oetobar nait,
at IS o'clock m ; aad all poraono aro notified to appear
aad ahow caaee, If any tkay haTO, why aald potltloa
onsht not to bo granted
Peraona oppoalnic tbo oztoaaloa aro roaalrad to olo la
the Patent Office their ollectlooe, apaelally oat forth la
writing at laaat tuttnty day a baforo tho day of hearing
all Uattmosy fllad by either party, to bo need at tbo
aald hearing, moat bo takaa and tranamlttad Ib accord
aaco with tho role of tho office, which will bo for
ojabe-d oa application.
Depoaltlona and other papora, relied upon ao teetl
aoay. tnait bo filed Ib tho offleo fiKttfydaja baforo tho
day of hearing i tho argumeata, If any, wlthla ttn dayo
after filing tha ioatlmony.
Ordered, aleo, that thla aotlco bo pabllahod la tho
Rrpvhllmn and InttlUgtnctr. Waahlngtoa, D 0 , and
Ib tbo Palladium, Richmond. Ind , one a weak for
Ibrao encoeaalTO waaka tho flret of aald pnblleatlOBO to
be at laaat elaty daya piarloa to ho day of faaartaf.
Commtaalonar of Patoata.
P. 8 Id I ton of tho above nature will Dlaaao codt.
aad oaad their bllla to tho Patent Offleo with a paper
eoaiAioiog inia boiico bbiW9W
TTWEPAUTMENT OP TIIE INTERIOR,
i m ubitid btatbi rATiaT urrioa.
naiiiauivi. au w, iovv.
Oa tho Petition of Stenhen C Mendanhall.of Rlohmond.
lad , aad Obed King aad Iara King, of Balem, Iowa,
praying for tho extension of a patent granted to them
oa thavtbday of Hot amber, ItOS for aa iKproTomoat
la Band Loom, for aerea yaara from tho expiration of
aald patent, which takaa plat oa tho fth day of No
vember, 1688,
II la ordered that tbo aald patltloa bo hoard at tho
Patent Offleo. oa MONDAY, tho Kd day of Oetobar
aest, at 12 o'clock m. ( and all peraona are notified to
appear ana enow caaee, n any inoy nave, way eeia pe
tlilon ought sot to bo granted.
raraona oppoemg too xiauioa a.re reqaira a ia me ta
the Patent Offleo tbelr objection!, apaelally aot forth la
writing at leaktfuwtl'y daya before tho day of hoartBg J
all teitlmooy filed by either party, to bo need at the
aald hearing, mnat bo taken aad tranamlttad la accord
aaao with the ralea of the offleo, which will b fax.
aUbed oa application.
Dopoaltloaa aad othar papora, rolled apoa aa teatl
moay, mail bo filed la tbo offleo twenty daya baforo
tho day of hearing the argamaata, If any. wlthla fa
daya after filing tho testimony.
Ordered, alao, that thla notice bo pabllahod la tho
Bbppblioab, and tho lntlltgncr, waahlngton, D, 0 ,
aad lathe Springfield PuflaJium.Klehmond, Ind ,oae
a week for three OBceeaalve woekat tho firat of aald
Sablleatlonatobo at Uaat alzty daya prevlona to tho
ay of hearing T.C TBBAKIB,
Commlealoaer of Patoata
P. 8. Idltore of tho above papara will plaaaoeopy,
and acad tbelr bllla to tbo Patoat Offleo with a paper
containing Ihlo antlao aald.wSw
DEPARTMENT OF TIIE INTERIOR,
Obitio flTATie Patbmt Ornoi,
WaaniKiTOv, fcept. 10, i860
Oa tho petition or Warren W. Dnteher, of Mllford,
Maaa , and Sarah Dutcber, admlnlatratrla or tho oatato
of Ellho Dotebar.of Waokaeha, Wlaeonaln, praying for
tnoexlaoalonof a patent granted to tbo aald Warren W,
Dnteher and Bllbu Dnteher, on tho 28th day of Decem
ber, 18)2, for an Improvement In Tomplee for Loom,
for eevea yaara from the expiration of aald patent,
whleh takaa placo on the 28lh day of December, 1688.
It la ordarad that the aald petition bo heard at the
Patoat Offleo, on MONDAY, tbo 10th day of December
next, at IS o'clock, v. ; and all peraona are notified to
appear aad ahow came, If any they have, why aald
patltloa ought aot to be granted
Peraona oppnalng tho extenalon are required to file la
the Patent Offleo their objection, apeclally aat forth la
writing, at laaat twenty daya before the day of heart nv
all Uallmony filed by either party, to bo need at tho
aald bearing, unit bo taken end tranamlttad In aeeord
aneowltk the rule of the offleo, whleh will bo far
atehed on application
DaponUlon and other papara relied apoa aa teatl
mony, moat be filed In tbo offleo f ttvnfy daya before tho
day of hearing i the argamonta, if aay. wlthla ttn daya
aftor filing tha teailmouy
Ordered, alao. that thla notice be published la tho Rb
fpiLlOAK and the InttUigtncirr, Waahlngton, D 0 , and
In the Journal, Rnatoa, Maaeaobuaelta, onoo a weak
for throe ueceW wrekat tbo firet of aald pub
Ueatlona to bo at laaat aixty daya prevlona to the day
of hearing. T. C. THKAKIB,
Commlaatonar of Patent
P. B Bdltore of tho above papera will pleaeo copy,
and end tbelr bllla to tho Patent Offleo with a papor
eon tailing thla native aalfl-lawSw
c
n
N. II. MILLER.
JOBTIOI OP Till PIACI,
OPIIOI.NO 111 NIBTHSTUBBTWISI,
tlaar Paaa.jlraata .Ttan.,
Woald r..petralljr larurm bit IrUada aad tba pablU
f atrall7 tb.t ka I. bow attending to all Lgal baitaaii,
aa.k aa admlaliUrln, tb. Ania.atr, ai wall aa .11 otb.r
oatk.Drawla, Uuh, Daada. Willi, Powarol Attoraaf,
Laadloid aad T.aaat MotUa., Af . Aa.
Local alTlaa lit u la alllu tiaa.kaa.
AW- PaiUfalaaalloaUoapald to Ika (olUiU.i nf d.kU
aaiiUlau la laaaial. U
INSOTlAJfOE COMPANIES.
-pXOELBIOn FIRE INSURANCE COM.
Jut FAIT.
OIPrriL moo, ooo.
Onion..,,. ...... ISO Broadway, H. T.
TkU Cewpaay Imm ell klad. of Belldlaf a, Heaee
kold rerBllare,aferokaBdleo, TmmU la Port, aad otkor
Froperty eg alaa! Lota by fire
Biascroae I
autoes i. bodou,
agon PLDKKaTT,
J0H OAKCIA,
WALDO H0TCH1M,
WILLIAM risDoa,
HOBIKT W. BABBIT,
U CAT A VI XITBAUD,
ILIA, POUVIRT.
BAMSAT CBOOKI,
joura b todno,
CUARLU . PILL,
O. PAOALIH,
. P. OILBIBT,
JOHB WARD,
ROBIRT iCniLL,
J1WS L MOROlir,
OIOROR P BMBlrt,
johb b. LirriaawiLL,
R. B WULIT.
OIOROR T. rriDatAS,
BRBRT LBWU,
ABOIL K, ORAIT. !-
-Im MARCO! P. HODan. Praa'U
M
ARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE.
aUTBOPOLITAB INIORAHCI COMPART,
aro. 101 BaoaaTAT, Vnr Teas:
OAIB CAPITAL Oil MILLIOH DOLLAR!.
ABI1TI,JADABT,1M. Il.au, M.8
Tkla CkiHkf laaarM,al mbmarr raUa t pra
nlaa.atala.lallMARlRIaia ISLAKD MAVIOATIOH
IIIII .a OAROO r PSIlOBIi alM uaUat loaa r
OkHk! kj PIRR.
II PMMIDMf AB1 PAID IB OOLD, LOISM WILL
BB PAID IB OOLD.
Tk. kanr ttn ! rs par Mat. .f Ik. kl proAta
wllkeal lararrlar aaf llaklUlf , r, la lUa tkar.of, at
Ikalr .puoa, a Ukaral dlaaaaaf .pB Ik. pranlam.
All iHm altakl a!JatU4 aa! pronptlf paid.
Batlp BitU.il, !Mlatl Jaaaarr , IH,
TWIBTT-PITI PIE CXKT
JAMU LOBIMIB ORABAK, Prallaat.
BOBIBT M. a OBABAH, TU. Pmld.al.
JAMU LOEIMIR ORABAM, Jr , J4 TIM Praa'l.
BURT B. PORT1R, RMnlarr.
CBARLU KIBO, Ai.al,
Room Ma. 4. Waakla, toa BaUdlaf.
JtT.lf Cor. Paaaajlf aala aT. aad Mvtatk atrMt.
IIO A- 33 JL. H .
w
ILLARDS' HOTEL,
ITKU, CHADWICX A CO.,
rutumu,
00RBI1 PIBB. ATI. AID PODITI1ITH RRXIT,
WAIBIBOTOI CITT. alT-tf
H
FFMAN HOUSE,
SBOADWAT.OOBBBB OP TW8BTYrirTB ITBBBT,
1 W IOIK OITT.
MITOHILL. RBAD, AND WALL,
PROPRIITOBS.
Tko HONMAN BOUSI la ooadaotod apoa tho plaa of
tko boat Amerieaa aad Baropoaa Hotel It oombtaon
all Ike modera Improvement seeeeaary to tko grantee!
oomfort of facet that art. lagan ally aad liberality eaa
poaalbly dovloo aad predoae, Tho bill of faro for tho
table ombraooa ovary variety aad delleaey af ordod by
tho Amerieaa market, ta their eoaooa.
X AW OPPIOE.
aTiBBMiAB 8. Black.
Wabd n, Lamov. C, P. Blace
BLACK. LAMON A CO..
CODBIXLLOBfi AMD ATTOEXMn AT LAW
IN TBI 8DPBIM8 COUBT OF THI UNITED 6TATIS,
TBI COURT OF CLAIMS,
THE CODRTS OF TBI DISTRICT,
THE EXECUTIVE D1PABTMENT8 AND
OOMMITTBBB OF 0OVQB1I.
OFFICI,4oa rOUBTEENTH STREET,
delS'tf Directly Oppoalte Wlllarda' Hotel.
SWIIIT E'S
(LATBIRArriBtD'e)
IPECTIONERYANDIivBCREAM ESTABLISHMENT
ANDLADIBS' AND OENTLEMEN'S
DININO SALOON,
No S8S Sixth atroat, between Q aad H atreeta
Mr. WHITE reapoetfally aaggeata to Pamllloa, Hotel
ead Boataaraat rropriatore, aad all otnere, that bo
keep ronaiantly oa band a aopertor article of FBSNCH
AND AMERICAN CONrECTlONBRY, aad tho PUBEST
ICE CXEAM, of hie owa manafaetaro. Bio term a aro
moot moderate.
PARTIES, WEDDIN'lS, FAIRS, BILLS, A , far
alahod with tho boat article, at tho Bhortoat aotlco
Wo aolicltfrom the pablle a call, having every eoafi
deoeo la oar ability to give entire eatlafactloB
N B Tho location la obo of tho boat, aad tho Saloon
UofiBOatla tho olty, aad tho proprietor ledetermiaed
to make It a flrat'Olaaa hooeo by enltlvatlag aoao other
thaa tho boot patron a,
Tho former proprietor ha aovlatereat la any other
oatabliahmeal In the ally aefl-lm
TJ E W A n D .
i-1,000. 43,000. 45,000.
STOP aad THINK
STOP aad THINK.
STOP aad THINK.
OUB I H MSN SB STOCK OF CLOT HI SO
ODK lMUBNaK STOCK OP CLOTHING
OUB 1MMKN8X STOCK Or CLOTHINO
MASKED DOWN
MARKSD DOWN
MAKKED DOWN
twiBTT-rirs Fta cut, lb tbab oobt.
TWBMTV -FIVB MB CBBT, LBM TBAB OOBT.
TBTTrivB ran our. leu tbav ooar,
HEVIR ArtAIH WILL TOO VATS TBB CHANCE.
NEVER AtiAII WILL TOD HAVB TBB CHANCE.
NEVER AUAIB VILA TOO IAVB TBI CUANCR.
The good mail bo eotd wlthla the next alxtydaya,
regardlaee of eoat Wo maaa what wo aay. Come and
aee for yoaraelvoo before pnrcbuleg
J. II. EMITB,
400 Seventh at , oppoalte Poet Offleo,
aolfi-ly
Waahlngton, D C.
s
IIAFFIELO &00.'S
CONFECTIONBRY
AID
ICB CREAM SALOON,
No W) Eleventh atroel,
Between K etreot aad Masaachnaetta aveane,
WAiaiatiTOB, D. 0.
Mr. JOSEPn n. BHArriBLD having retired from
boalaeaa, tho nndaralgaed would raapeotfnlly Inform
hi late eaetomere and the pablle that, having been lor
Saara aaaoolated with him in bnllnaaa at the old atand,
o. S88 llxth atroel, Ibey aro prepared to fornlth a
aaportor article of
CONFECTIONERY AND ICB CREAM
equal la quality to thai fnrnlahed by Mr Shaffleld, and
wnteh bao beca oo folly appreciated by tbo beat famlllaa
of WaahlBgtoa aad Oaorgetowa.
Thoy aak a eall from all la want of anything la their
Una, a-earing them that nothing will be wanting wblofa
will tend lo gratify tho waata of their caatomera.
Tory roapeelfnly,
J. A. 8BAFFIELD A CO.,
No SH Eloveath atreet,
Batwoea K atreotand Maaeaehueatla avenaa,
JelB 8m Waahlngton, D C
rpilE WEAK AND IMPAIRED EYE-
a, biuut, ongiaauag eitaar iron inarmuy or age,
general debility of the aervooe eyetem, protraated alck
naaa, or from natural dlapoaltlon to far or naaralgbted
naaa, will bo raatored, Improved aad alreagtheaed by
tko aoo of tko oelAbratod
BRAZILIAN PIDBLB SPECTACLES
maaafaetarod from tannine BOCK CRYSTAL, giving
" vwin to ibo opue nerve, ana aniiati -
rattly by K '
TDitrrnw a, nrt
Sclentlle and Pr actual Optician, Ui Penniylvanta
aveaao, between Twelfth aad Thirteenth atreeta, north
Mleraoooou. KImIHaaI u.aii.u Vki.i.AikiAH
LS.fcaTl .'!?'! ' !."'
-' " wwmi J.,. BlVty
o
F F I 0 I A L.
WAt DtAETBIIf,
i.f.1
ApjCTArraMnaAL'aornoa,
Wabbibotoii. Bepumbor 1, im.
&DLE8 AND RE0DLATI0N8 FOR TBB PiYMSNT
OF BOUBTTIEB UBDBR THI AtJT TO dWUAioif,a
BOONTIES, APPROVED JULY 38, 1884.
1. All appllcaUoao afaatl bo filed wlthla tho period of
els month, from tho let day of Oetobar, ISM, aad be
fore aay paymeaU ara mada.Bhall bo olaaalted by
rcftmeau, bettalloaa, or otter ooparate organiiauoaa,
aad ao applloatloa filed after that period ahall bo Bat
tled until tho former ahall have bona paid.
1. No applloatloa ahall bo oaterUlaed aaleao accom
panied by tbo origlsal dlaakag o of tho ootdler, and tho
alldavlt required by the 14th aeetloa of tko act, and tho
farther affidavit that ho ha not received, aor la ho en
titled lo roeelvo from tho United State, under any lawe
or regulation prior to the act of July S8th, 1888, more
thaa 8100 bounty for aay aad a 1 military eervlce ren
dered by him daring tho Uto rebellion, over and above
tho amount tborela elalmad
5. All applteattoaa for tho additional bounty, author
ised by thla act, from (arriving eoldlare, ahall bo la the
form hereinafter preacrlbod, and tbo evidence of Idea
lity ahall bo tho earn aa le bow reqalrod, aad appllca
Uoao from tho heir of deeeaied ooldlcre ahall bo la tho
form mow required by tho Treaeary Departmeat.
4. Aaaooaaatheexamlaatloaof tha claim of aay
regiment, or other Independent organltatloa, ahall have
booa properly acted apoa, tbo Pay matter General ahall
take tko aoceaaary atepo for their prompt payment.
0 A rogiater ahall bo kept la tho Paymaster Gen
eral' Offleo, aad aleo la tho offleo of tho Second Audi
tor, or all elalmo preeeatod under the law, In whleh
tho elalmanU will bo claaalfied by regiment, Ae. If
Ibe claim be allowed, the emonot of bounty paid to
each will be Boted, aad If rejected, the cauto of rejec
tion will bo dletlactly etated.
6. la tho application for bounty, at reqalrod by tho
Sd of thoeo rale, tho affidavit hall elate oaeh aad every
period of aervlco rendered by tho claimant, and alao
that bo aover aervod othorwleo than a therela etated.
7. Organliatlono Irregularly la the aervlco of tho
Ualted State, or called out for apodal purpoeee, aa
Bute Militia, Homo Ooarda, Ac ,aod not Included la
tbo general boaaty lawe, are not Included wlthla the
meaning of the act
8 Soldier ealiried for three yeare or daring the
war, ' ' who were dlaoharged by reaaon of tho termina
tion of the war, thatl bo oonaldered aa having eerved
out to period of their oallatmenl, aad aro entitled to
boanty under thla net.
t. Tho minority of helri, claimant for bounty under
thla act, mnat bo proves lo have exlited at tho data of
Uapaitige. Parent ahall racelvoofnfF the bounty
lo whleh they may be entitled aa holra, unleaa the
father haa abandoned tho eupport of hla family, la
which caao It ahall be paid to tbo mother Non-real-dance
In the United Stale ahall not be a bar to tbo
olalma of holra, who Would othorwleo legally Inherit.
The provlalone of the act exclude froul It benefit tho
following daaeee:
1. Thot" who, after aervlng the full period of Ibetr
enllitmeal, wore dlthonoiabty dlaoharged at Ite expi
ration.
1 Thoeo dlaoharged doriag onllatmont by way of
favor or punlahmonl.
S. Thoeo dlachargad oa aecouut of dtaablllty con
tracted la tbo eervlce, but not occasioned by wonnda
received "lathe line of duly," who ahall not have
prevloualy aervod two or three year respectively at
the time of discharge
4 Thoae dlachargad oa account of disability exlttlng
at tha time of their eallatmoat
6. The holra of thoae who have died alnoe tbelr die-
charge of wonnda or dlneaao not contracted In tho aer
vlco, aad la tbo line of duty.
0 TboaurvlvUf aoldlera and holra of deceased aot
dlora who, onder prevlona law, have received or are
entitled to receive a bounty of more thaa loo from the
United Statoa
7. Tho aurvlvlng aoldlera, aa well aa the balra of de
ceased eoldlare, when aueh eoldlare have bartered, auld,
aaalgnod, loaned, tranaferrod, exchanged, or given away
their final discharge paper, or any Interest la tho
boanty provided by thla or aay othar Act of Coogreaa
8 Tho Act of theZSthof July, 1MI8, createe no right
of Inheritance beyond thoae vealad by the law nud.r
which thoae helre received or were entitled to receive
tho original bouoty,and debare certain claaeea, brothers
and aiatera of helre that wore entitled to receive tbo
original bounty, from nny claim for tho additional
bounty provided by thla Act
Boapectfully referred to tho Attorney General for hla
opinion on tbo point whether tbo Rulea and Regain
tione aa within amended are la conformity with law.
EDWIN H 8TA1NTOH.
Secretary of War
SirnaBiaH,16C8
I have examined tbeie amended Regulation, and am
of opinion they aro la conformity with law.
uaaux bTAPujaKr,
Attorney 0ral,
8illMia-lMfil.
The foregoing Bulea and Regulation are published
for the Information and guidance of all ooncerned.
By order of the Secretary of War i
E, D. TOWN8END,
Aaalatant Adjutant Uenaral.
AffLIOATIOB OF PIBCHABUXD BOLDI1B fOB ADDITIONAL
BOUBTT.
mat e o County . $i:
Oa thta - day of , 1&6-, peraonally appeared
before me, a la and for tho county and Bute
aforoaald, of , In tha county of' and
State of , peraonally known to mo, who being
duly a worn according to law, declaree that hla age la
yeare J that bo lo a reeldeat of , county of ,
State of i aad that ho Is the Identical- who
waa enlisted a a la Company of tho regl
men! of , to nerve for the period of .and waa
dlachargad from tho aervlco of the United Blateu, aa a
,, oa the day of , 18ft-, by reaaon
of , aad that bo hae again enlisted as a In
Company , of the" regiment or , to eerve for
the period of -, and that be waa dlachargad from tho
aervlco of the United Statoa aa a at , oa the
da of , 188-, by reason of , and tha
there la additional boanty of due him under the act
of Congroas, approved July 28, 1888 And he doe fur
(bar declare that he bae not bartered, cold, assigned,
transferred, loaned, exchanged, or given away hla final
discharge papara, or any Interest in the bounty pro
vided by thlaor any other actor Congreeej that bo baa
not already received or le entitled to receive any other
or greater bounty than 100, nnd that tbo elate meat of
aervlco above given is a correct and true atatament of
any aad all eervlce rendered by alia during the rebel
lion, and that he baa never aervod otberwlae tuan aa
atatod, and be dsairoe all eommonleatlona concerning
thla claim to be aeat to falin at , county of
and Bute of --.
Stanaturtof Claimant
A lo personalty appeared before me and
of the county of and State of , peraonally
known to me, who being duly a worn according to law,
declare that they have been for yeare acqualated
wtth , the above named appliraat, who waa a
In Company , of the regiment of , and
know him to bo tbo Ideutioal eraon named In tho
fcregolog declaration, aud that tbey have oo Interest
whatever In Ibla application
StamUuret (f ultnt
Bworn to and aubatrlbed before mo title day of
, 188-.
Official tignnturt
I cibtim that i, beftre whom the foregoing
declaration and affidavit war made, la a - , duly
authorised to administer oatbs, and that Ibe above la
hla algoaluro.
In wltneia whereof I have hereuntoaal my hand and
official aeal, thla day of , 180-.
L.a xhTk & tht
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
pBRaiON UrriCK, bept 21, lttbtl
9 u all ehtnn it tnau eiinvtrn.
Application having been made under the act of June
23d, 1869, forareUaoeof the land warrant described
Herein, wnicn aro auegea to nave been lost or do
kt roved, notice la herebr slven tbat.at the dale follow
tag the description of each warrant, a new certificate or
warrant oi iiae tenor win we naueu, u no vaua QtJ
tin ii i hill than sDDaart
No aUafilO, for 10O acres, Wsued under the act of
March Sd, 1653, la tbo name of Tumor, widow or tallx
Kenton, and waa granted August ,lfU0 December 111,
1888 ae2fl.wl2w
No.88 821, forJRO acre, lnued under the act of Sep
tember, 1BV), In ibe i amo of Bpeurer Wiley, and waa
granted April 30,1851 December 22,1848
No 23,014, for BO acres, laauad under tho act of March
iboo, in me name oi ppancar "' ana was
granted February 18,1808 Decembers
a, itwp
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ALT aULPIlUR SPRINGS, MONROE
COUNTY, V1KUIIX1A.
Thla popular Bummer Resort will open for the recep
tion of vUUora on tha 1st of JDLY, aad remain open
nn.ll lha 1..I nt l.nT.lHKB
Dr. Matter, Profeeaor of burgery la Ibe Jefferson
Medleal College, Philadelphia, from personal observa
tion and chemical analysis, placed these Springe aa the
moet valuable of remedial ageuta In all dlseasea of a
cnrottic or organic nature
In vUltlng the Spring person will have an opportu
Blty of seeing Fairfax btation, Msnee-a Junction, War
.... D.n u,, u.ni.t.n rtranirai rnni-t.llonaaa fiat
B-JIkBVka., Ullt alUU, Ja'.l ""- -- n----t "
donavllle, and many other point a of blatorlo Intereat la
nA nnaftWa flnnnaot with the tralua or tho Alexaa-
drta Oraage and Virginia Central Kallroada to convey
Tlaltora to tho Spring .....
Great palna have been taken to put the building aad
dF.Ami.la to. onn.1 n..lap II A r AflA.1 1"-
The Hotel will accommodate 400 pereonei betid
tbaro are a number oi nanaeome uousgoo iiea sp w
tta.dkai.lir t A, Fatnlllata
Tama i to AO pardar a lib.ial dli.oaat Uparaoa.
ramalala, a moalk aad looi.r Cklldraa aad Hriaala
aaUprlaa! ICCILSTOH, BALDWIN CO.
JMM
TIIE NATIONAL UNION PAIITY.
PLATPORM OF PRIUCIPLKf,
Tho National Union Convention now uiambled
In thaeltjof Philadelphia, compot4 of delegate!
from overy 8taU and Territory in tho Union, ad
monished by tha lolema louooi which for tha latt
flva jeari It ha pleated tha Bapramt Baler of tho
nntverte to fivo to tho Auorioao pooplo, pro
foundly grateful for tha return of paoo. dealroni
m ara large) majority of their countryman In all
Inoority to forgot and to forgtvo tha pait, revtrlog
tha Conttltatlon u It otm to na from oar nnoot
tori, regarding tha Union In ltd raitoratlon u mora
aorad than aver, loohlnf with deep anxiety Into
tha futon u of Instant and eontlnnlng trial,
hereby luuei and proolalmi tht follovrtng declara
tion of principle! and purpooaa on which tha hart
with perfect unanimity agroad :
1. We hall with gratitude to Almighty Ood tha
nd of war and tha return of poaet to our afflicted
and beloved land.
S Tha war J art elortd hai maintained tha au
thority of tha Constitution, with alt tha powers
wnion ii ooniert, ana aii toe roiinouoo! wntoa it
Impose! upon tho General Government unabridged
ana unaltered, ana una pretervod ma union with
tb. 00,0.1 rights, dignity aad authority of tb. StaUa
parfaot aad anlmpalrM.
3. Raproaaotation ta tho Congraia of th. TToitad
Stataa aad la tha Elaotoral Collag. taa right rooog.
nliodbythoConitltntloaMabldlagla oaary Stat,
and ai a datj loapoaad apoa ltd pooplo, fqadamoa.
tal la It. nataro, and ouentlal to tho axlatoao. of
our rapablloao Iratltutloaa, and nolthor Coogreaa
aor tbo Qcaoral OoTornmoot baa aay authority or
rowar to dany thla right to aay Stato or to with.
old onjoymcat under tho Constitution from tho
paoplo tbaraor.
4. W. eall upon th. peopl. of tha Ualtad State,
to cloot to Congrea. aa member, thereof none but
men who admit tbU fundamental right of ropre
aantatlon, and who will reeelro to .eat. therein
loyal repreioatatlT.. from orery Btat. la all.gianoo
to tho Uoltod Stater, eubjeot to the eon.tltutlonai
right of each Home to judge of tbo election return,
and qualification, of It. own member..
t. The Conitltutlon or the United State, and tho
law. made In purenance thereof aro : "Tbo anprom.
law of tho land, anything In tho oonttttutlon or
law. of any Slate to the oontrary notwltb.taad.
Ing " All the power, not oonf.rred by tho Conatl.
tutlon apon tho Qeneral Qorornmont, nor pro
blbited by II to the State, are reeerred to the
State, or to tbo people thereof, and among the
right, thu. referred to th. State. I. tho right to
pre.erlbe qualification, for tho el.ctlre frencbtie
therein, with which right Congreif cannot Inter
for. Ko 6tate or combination of Etktet haj the
right to withdraw from tho Unloo, or to exclude,
through their action In Coozrea. or oth.rwbjo, any
other Stato or Stater from the Union. The nnlon
of these State. 1. perpetual, and Ite gorernmeot 1.
of.upromo aathorlty within the restrlotlons and
limitation, of the Constitution.
0. Suoh ameadment to tbo Conitltutlon of tho
United State, may b. made by the people tberof aa
tbey may deem expedient, but only In tho mod.
pointed out by It. proTlslona, and In propo.lng
auch amendment., whether by Congrea. or by a
eonr.ntlon, and In ratifying tho aama, all the
States of the Union hare aa equal and an tndofeaj.
Ible right to a Tolee and a Tote thereon.
7. blarery Is abolished aad foreror prohibited,
and tbor. la neither dealr. nor purpos. on tb. part
of the loutbern States that It should erer be re
established upon the soil or within the jurisdiction
of the United States, and the enfranchlaed alaraa in
all tho Ctatea of the Union .hould recotre, In oom.
mon with all their Inhabitant., equal protection In
.Tory right of perron aad property.
8. While we regard aa utterly Inraild and never
to bo as.umed or mad. of binding force any obll
gallon Incurred or undertaken In making war
aaalnst tho United Statea. we hold the debt of the
nation to bo sacred and Inviolable, and we proclaim
our purpose to maintain unlmpeached the honor
and me ratio oi toe nepuoiie
9 It Is the duty of tho National GoTerDmeot to
recogolso the service, of th. Federal eoldler. and
aallora lo the oontest Just closed by meeting
promptly and fully all tbelr Just aod rightful
claims for the services they hare rendered tbo
nation, and by extending to those of them who
hav. fallen th. most generous aad considerate care.
10. InAkDBXwJOBKaoa, President of tho United
States, who in hi. groat ofiio. haa proved ateadfast
lo hla devotion to tho Conatltation, the lawa and
intereats of hi. oonntry, unmoved by persecutlca
and onswerved by reproach, having faith unassall
able In the people aod In tho preoepta of the Gov
ernment, we reoognlso a Chief Magistrate worthy
of tho nation and equal to tho great orlsls upon
which hi. lot 1. cast, and we tender to him In the
dlsoharge of bis high and responsible duties our
profound respeot and asauranoc of our oordial and
ilnoere aupport.
RATIONAL UNION COMMITTEE.
John T. Crow.ll, of Kaw Joraey, Chairman.
Maine Jame. Mano aod A. A Gould.
New Uampshlra Edmund Burke and E. 8. Cut
ter. Vermont B. B Smatley and Colonel II. K.
Wortham.
Massachusetts Joslah Dunham and R. 8. Spof.
ford.
Rhode Island Alfred Anthony and James H.
Parsons.
.Connecticut Jame. F. Babcock and E. C.
Scranton
New York Robert II. I'ruyn and Samuel B.
Tllden
New Jeraey Joseph T. crowell ana i&eoaoro
T. Randall
Peonsylvaola J. M. Zolick and J B. Ulack.
Delaware 3, S Comegys and Kdw ard S Martin.
Maryland Goveruor Swann and T. G Pratt
Virginia James P. Johnson and Dr E C. Rob
tnson
West Virginia Uanlel Lamb and Jokn J. Jack.
son
North Carolina Tnomaa a Aa&e ana Joeepo u.
Wllion
Sooth Carolina Jamea h urr ana JJ . 1'erry.
Georgia J. II. Chriaty and Thomas S. llardo
man
Florida William Marvin and Wilkloaoo L'all
Mississippi W. Ii Sharkey and George L.
Pottes.
Alabama W. II Crenshaw and C C llockabee
Louisiana Handall Hunt and Alfred Kenning
Arkansas Lorenso Gibson and A 11. English.
Texas B II Epperson and John Haocock.
DTonnesseo D I. Patterson and William B Camp.
Ql.
Kentucky It. II. btanton ana Hamilton rope
Ohio L. B Campbell and George B Smyth.
Indiana D 8. Goodies and Tbuutas Dowllog.
Illinois John A. MoClernand and Jess. 0 Nor
"-"
Michigan Airro I Kueiell ana UTlon u. Blout,
Mesouri lion. Barton Aboil and Jamea S. Rol
lioa.
Mloneaota Hon II M. Kite and II 1 Norton
Wisconsin J. A. Noonan end S. A Peace.
Iowa George A. Parker and IV m A Chuvo
Kansas James A. MoUowell and W. A. Tlrton.
California Iloo. Bamuel Purdy aod Joseph P.
Iloge.
Nevada John Carmlohael and Hon G B Hall
Oregon James W. Nestnith aod B W Bonham.
District of Columbia Joslah V. Hoover and J.
B Blake.
Dakota N. K. Armstrong and N W. Winer.
Idaho William 11 Wallace and II Cummins
Nebraska Gen. 11 11 llealh and Hon J. a
Morton
BBSIDkHT KXBCUTIVB COUMITTEB AT WAHniNOTOB.
Charles Koapp, of New Jersey, Chairman
Hon Montgomery Blair, Maryland.
Hon. Charles Mason, Iowa.
Ward II Lamon, John F. Coylo, A. E. Perry,
Samuel Fowter, Col James K U Belrne, Cornelius
Weodell, District of Columbia
BATIOIAL VSIOV BXBCUTIVB COMM1TTKM
Joseph T. Crowell, Rabway, N J , Chairman
Col Ja. F Babcook, New Haven, Coon
Hon. Robert II. Pruyn, Albany, N. Y
Geo. Samuel M. Zullck, Philadelphia, Ta.
Hon. Tho.. U. Pratt, Baltimore, Md.
Hon Je.se O Norton, Cblcsgo, 111.
Barton Able, St. Louis, Mo
Hon Wm L Sharkey, Jackson, Miss.
r K N T I 8 T H Y. I) It.
I LOOUIB, aasiosar obitibt, X3S
reaasytvaDla avenae, near coraer of
Klatk slrest, steads to alt braaehes pertalklaa to the
profMSloa ssairorraauoB oi lae moaia eorresled, and
veir vtrlel, of artllalal eele Blade.
apl-ly
TUB ItABBIT OW TUB WALt.
Tha following beautiful plotora, drawn la boafl
tlfal color, hy one who handle, th. "peootl of
potsy" with a toaater haod, will eonjura up mora
thaa on. atif ht memory of childhood', annoy hoars
lo " heart, aged with ear. that beat beneath look.
withered wltk the frosts of time." Who, while read
tag It, oanaokee-the happy group, feel like Joining
la th. shouts of tko delighted HlUe ones, and kiss.
lag ehlrplag, orowtog Johaoy ?
The Mttar work la over.
The evealag meal la doae;
Hark I tkroa,k Ika .terllk. attllaNa
Toa kear Ike river raa.
Tko HlUe eklldrea wklsper,
Thoa apeak oat one aad all i
Cease, fala, make for ekoay
Tke rabbit oa Ike walL
fie smillarlr aeeealler,
Tbey galker roaad hla chair J
" Vow, ,raBdaaa,7oa kold Johaay .
Doa'l lei Ike eaadle tare M
to epeaklaff,froBi Bis tarera
H. threw a abadow tail.
That ftMroo Ike moment after
A rabbit oa tke wall,
Tke eklldrea skoal with lea, hter.
The aproer loader frewej
Bvea araadaaa ehaeklee falatly,
Aad Johaay eklrp. ... m.w.
Th.re ae'er waa alidad palatlag.
Baa, u, la lordly kail.
Gave kalf tke elmple pleasure
01 IkloiBhblloalhoweU.
The Fall Commlaaariat.
This it the fattening teuon. Warm
blooded creature, of every grade, from the
pitr to the philosopher, gather flesh In the
rail. In Jnly and Augnit much of m paaaea
into the clouds. Mother Earth it depleted
of her fluids by evaporation, and the exhala.
tlons of her children, mingled with her own,
float upward and become part of the vapor
ous upholstery of the skies. Who can tell
how much insensible perspiration ghtters
in a July rainbow or goes to the making up
of a gorgeous August (unset I Granted the
schoolboy theory, that whatever goes up
necessarily comes down, a good deal of liqui
fied humanity must fall in the summer
showers. Sublimation as well as decompo
sition may "fit our clay to fertiliio the soil."
Viewed from this stand point, the aphorism,
"Flesh is irrass." acouircs a new mcanln-r.
In 8eotember tbo air betrins to be stvDtic.
and by mid-October the elaices and escape
pipes of the system are so far sealed that our
substance no longer leaks away faster than
it is produced. Then what wo eat and drink
perceptibly improves us. Hogarth's line of
Deanty rounds on our osseous angles, and we
grow from week to week lest Quixotic and
more FalsUtSan in outward teeming;. By
the close of the month, those of us who aro
not irremediably lean and flaccid have as
sumed a rotundity and solidity befitting the
royal and lolly Anglo-Saxon race, and to
which the delectable edible products of tho
season materially contribute.
Meats aro in their savory prime In Oc
tober, and Bweetness of innumerable en
trancing flavors is hived in the autnmn
fruits. The bovine sirloin is worthy of its
knighthood, and the cernne saddle of its
gastronomic fame. Coveys plump with the
gleanings of the forest, wood-grouse full-fed
on aromatic berries and wild grapes, pigeons
crop-mil oi sweet acorns, gray eqirreis nut
pampered, rabbits that have nibbled fatness
from the second clover, crairio chickens
obese with the rich oickinirs of the gardens
of the wilderness, canvas-back ducks from
the Susquehanna, where they find something
(Heaven knows what it is! that gives their
flesh a most ecstatic zest, wild turkeys, no
blest or reatnerea game, wild geese, nrant,
and broad bills, (but they aro somewhat
nsiiv.l ana pncasanis. nares ana nartrian
from the English preserves, figure in Octo
ber's bill of fare. The barn-yard pullets, too,
are in fine condition, to that these may be
called the (chicken) salad days of tho epi
cure. iNeniune ODiiging oia man oi mo
sea supplies us with the best his submarine
cellcrage affords; oysters to whose electno
gout the palate may do justice, but not tho
pen; lobsters that the inland swain, onto
tasting, will dream of many a night there
after in his lobsterless pastoral home; and
delicious fish of many names that como
crowding to the nets with a self-immolating
simplicity that would awaken compassion
for their fate if that sentiment were not o cr
ruled by a stronger feeling.
Karer than allis the dessert that rounds
ofT the autumnal banquet. Of all tho god
desses of heathenesse commend us to Po
mona. She was not, if Olympian love
stories are sooth, the mother of Bacchus;
but she was something more, for ho had
been but a teetotal god without her gift, the
grape. The vineyards are now in their
glory. Superb is the misted purplo of tho
imperial clusters that beautify for miles the
nmc-fields of Ohio and many o terraced slope
that overlooks the Hudson. Already with
crooked scissors and trailing baskets tho
liacchantes are at work gathering in tho tip
ple that shall bo. Let no disciple of asceti
cism chide them at their task, for chief
among the antidotes to the vico of drnnktn-
ness is unadulterated wine. As one climbs
the hill of life on the sunny side of grapes au
nature! are sufficiently refreshing, but after
topping tho summit a few bottles of fine old
wine are not amiss to cheer ono on the Jour
ney down tbo shadier path that tends toward
mo uarksome vauey.
Tho fruiterers have little left in the way of
table-peaches with which to Ucklo our epi
gastric sensibilities in October. Tbo lato
uutumn specimens ure for the most part pale
and cadaverous, only fit to be embalmed in
muilevfe, or incased in self-sealing sarco
phagi, and depusited in domestic catacombs,
there to libido until fruitless vtirter shall
make them welcome at the fuinily table.
But the pear tribe, of which every member
is a lofine louche; nater melons, which ono
might fancy soino unknown species of roso
luiuiiliug lionej -gatherers had filled with
gelid (Oinb;cantc!opcB, hiding under a rouh
outBldo the perlumed soul of litsuousncss,
and all the nuts, including tho deliiluus fil
bert, aro in full perfection
inula we not will mat autumn was ice
fattening season? Who that has appetite
and a stomach capable of assimilation would
play tho unchonto amid its dainties? You
inut navo taKen summer rccis in our gaper
dines prepare to let them out, so aa to afford
spaco lor an enlarged circumfercnco. The
fut of tho land mtites ou to become em
bnnyntnt. It wereunafiront to a bounteous
l'rotdcnce not to cushion)un salient points
and become plump and t)!mdncal when
rienty's horn is atilt and lis outpourings so
enrapturing to thuiimir man But there is
no need of exhortations to fall to. Temptn.
tion has spread the feast, and as its satory
iucenso steals through the olfactories to tho
brain it titillates tho organ of aliinentlrcness
into spasms, and superinduces thrills of rap
turo in all tho gastric nerves All temporal
blesslues aro enhemeral Autumn comes
but once a j ear; let us enjoy its feast of
fat things. If the American public does
not go to scale In November many millions
or pounds ncavier man it was in juiy.neuner
Its taste nor its digestion are worthy of the
high position It holds among tha publiot of
the world, Wound Table,
The Ta oa scotton-oplnlan or At
torney General Btaatberrr.
Arrouar Oitsbal's Ornca, I
WiaaiaoTon, Sept. It, ISM X
Bon Tep- HeOutloeh, Sterttarf oIAe rnaewryr
Hit: I am in receipt of your letter of the
27th, requesting my opinion on the following
points: "Whether the law Imposing a tax on
cotton, and providing for IU collection, ao
restricts the executive authority aa to forbid
the arranging of the cotton etatet Into a
tingle cotton district, for the purpose of col
lecting the tax on cotton, having reference
to the cotton tax only, and without neces
sarily Involving any change of district, which
may be most convenient for the collection of
other taxes." ,
I am clearly of opinion that such a con
solidation of the cotton-growing States at It
described by the terms of the foregoing in
quiry into a tingle collection district, for the
purpose of levying and collecting the duties
imposed by the Internal Revenue laws upon
cotton, cannot lawfully be effected by Exec
utive authority under the existing provisions
of these laws.
The authority conferred upon the Presl
dent by the act of June 30. 1864. section 7.
to alter the respective collection districts, aa
the public Interests may require, enables him
only to moony, irom tune to time, at may be
required, existing arrangements of the sev
eral district designated by him, for the levy
ing and collection of all the duties and
taxes proscribed and imposed by the acts of
Congress relating to internal revenue. By
the original act of July 11, 18M, the Presl.
dent wot empowered simolv to divide re
spectively the States and Territories of tho
United Utatct and the District of Columbia
into convenient collection districts.
Soon after the passage of this act a ques
tion arose at to the authority of the Presi
dent to alter the arrangement of collection
districts mado and established by him in pur
suanco of this provision of law. That ques
tion was carefully considered by my prede
cessor, Attorney General Bates, who gavo
his opinion that the President, when ha
made too original division or tne states into
collection districts, exhausted his power In
tne premises, ims was neia on tne general
principle that where an act of Congress es
tabli"tiing a general system confers on tha
President the authority to do a specific act
for the purpose of perfecting the means by
which the svstcm shall be carried into effect,
tho act of too President, when performed ac
cording to the terms of the statute, hat all
the validity and authority of the statute it
self U. S. Opinion, Bates, A. O., p. 384.
This view of the law having been adopted
by tho Treasury Department, Congress was
applied to for additional legislation confer
ring the authority, which was not contained
in the original act. The seventh section of
tne act oi June au, ieo-j, was accoraingiy en
acted to remedy the particular defect which
was found to exist in the statute of 180.'.
It is too clear to admit of doubt that "col
lection districts," within the meaning of tho
act, are those districts respectively in which
the Internal duties and taxes imposed bylaw
upon all the subjects of taxation are col
lected in tho manner and by the officers
designated in the statute.
These districts cannot be established or
arranged with reference to the duties im
posed on particular subjects. That is not
tho plan upon which the internal rcvenua
laws proceed. Such an arrangement as is
proposed in tte memorials which jou havo
submitted to me could not be carried into
effect with the machinery established by tho
existing law for the collection of internal du
ties. Tho President has no power to appoint a
special collector lor tho tax imposed on tho
particular article of cotton, nor could he
designate any one of the district collectors
as the officer who should proceed through
out the entire cotton territory and collect
tho tax on that article wherever found. The
mischiefs of the present system complained
of by the Chambers of Comincrco of Mobilo
and New Orleans can oply bo remedied by
Congress Tho act of July 13, 1866, to
w hich reference is made by the memorialists,
contains all tho exceptional provisions as to
tho tax on cotton which Congress then
deemed to bo necessary, and those prov is
ions, instead of giving authontr tomalte tho
additional exception now requested, seem to
mo wholly inconsistent with it.
i nave tuo nonor to De, ic,
(rngned) IUhrt StajiBirsv.
Attorney General.
The MoneachuBeUH Factory Opertv.
til e Their Ureaami Condition.
J. B. Ham, Esq , who hot been appointed
by Governor Bullock commissioner to inves
tigate tho subject of the einplov ment and ed
ucation of children in the factories of Massa
chusetts, addressed a citizens' meeting in Fall
Blver last week in relation to this matter.
He stated that ho had visited the mills of
that city, and had been kindly received by
the proprietors, but ho was sorry to stato
that he hud found a dreadful state of things
the condition of some of tho operatives be
iniras bad. if not worse, than formerly existed
among the slaves of the South. He spoke of
the bad v entilation of some of the mills: tha
early ago at which children were placed in
the mills; their deplorable ignorance; their
wages; mo ouiigauons oi tno mill-owners,
and of the opposition of Catholic parents to
havo their children to enter Protestant
schools. The speaker Is in favor of reducing
tho hours of labor in tbo factories, and tho
cstablishiutnt of roading rooms, and tho en
forcement of tho law in regard to children
working in factories. Ho thought that tho
condition of tho operatives In Lowell was
better than in other manufacturing cities.
Tur Canaiuan Crops. 'I ho Montreal
Gazette has lately printed v erv cxtcnsiv ode.
tailed reports ot tho crop prospects in Can
ada, and, upon tho statements published,
concludes that very good crops would havo
been gothcrul throughout the Provinces had
It not been lor uio uncxumpieu wcatner of
tho past two months Harvesting had begun
in somo quarters when rams set in, and tha
aters descended ulmost without Interim..
sion lor six long weeks, followed by a cold
snap, that finished tho disastrous work the
ruins began. '1 he Gazette tliiuks that fully
one-half the grain crop, and almost all tha
oiaio crop, nave Dccn destroyed In Lower
unada, whilst in Upper Canada the de.true.
tion will reach almost to that extent. It con
siders that tho dauiago done the crops is un
precedented DisnRAcmM, While funeral seriii-cawera
proceeding over tho remains of a ) oung fe-
maie on itasuua street lust Saturday, they
were disturbed In a disgraceful manner by
a gang of joung rowdies. The coffin had to
be taken out of the house under the pro
tection ot the police, and when tho funeral
firocesslon started for the place of interment,
t was followed by the crowd of graceless
scamps, who hooted and yelled horribly,.
Bolton Ccmmiraal,

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