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UNO. OCTOBER. I860,
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COLLECTION OP VIKWfl
of aluoft tverr point madt hUtorta la tba rtcaat oa
fllct, wbl.b It uaj b praamad will ba valaad by aot
only tboia mora ItutuadUtalr eunearatd. bat tbair
frUndi. aa taamonloaaof tba irlala tbroagf. wbtah tba
aatloB bat J o t paiied.
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"U..w-ljUof P0KTHA1TS 19 POBCBLAIII hu
bori lirntiriLl hy Mr Brndy in r rfnetlnw tpl tf
Di;iAUTMKNT OP THE INTKHIOIb
ruiTtn Stitm Patibt Orrioa,
Ob IbopatHlAB of John B, Moflit, ofCbalMtv, Ujum
cfaaaatti fortarly of lliaB, Oh o. praying lor thaox
Unaion of a patant irantad to blm on tba 30th day of
Ho? lobar, 1W3, fur an Improvrmanl to Ora u Sopara
torn, and ra.)ned n tha 17(b day of May, IBS9 la Ibroo
dlvUtooa, A. U, and C, do tuber J raaptttlTaly 71, 716,
and 717, tbla urtitloo balay lor th axtaualoB of tba ra
lima B, nambarad 710, for teron years from tba aiplra
tloa of a-d patent, which takca pUca on tba 30th day
of Nufvmbar, I'M,
Itl ordered that tba aald petition b heard at tha
PaUBtOtUcooaUUUAV, tba 12th day of HoTinihr
next, at 12 o'clock, m J aad all pariona arc Bottfled to
appaor and abow cane, If aay they hara, why aald
petition ought not to bo granted
Paraon oppoilof tba axtemloa ar raqalrad to flla
In tha Patent Oflee Ibelror-JeetloDi, epeelally et forth
ta wrltleg, at leant fieenfy day before tba day of haar
Ibk; all tMtlinoay filed by ither parly, to bo aiad at
tba tald hearing, ma it bo taken aad trantmttted la aa
eordauea with ibo rnlea of tba offlae, which will bo far
nlobed oa application
Depoelllona and other papere. relied opoa aa teitl
mony, uml be Iliad la lha wttlt, twenty daya btfitra tha
day wf hearing: tha argamaata, If aay, wltbla fa daya
after Bllng tba testimony.
Ordered, Uo, that thla aotleo ba pobllihed la tha Bl
rPBLlOAa nod tba InitlUfftnctr, Waehlngton, D C ,
aad iBthaonrrtaf, Boton, Maaeaehauue, onea a weak
for three aaccaealve waaka lha Brat of aald publication!
tohoatlaaatalztydatyepraTloBato tba day of bearing.
T. 0. THBAKBR,
Commlaalontr of pataata.
P 8 Edltore of tha above papera wilt pleaaaoopy,
and and lbtr Cilia to tbo Palaat Offlco with a paper
cvnlalalag thU notlea aoAlawgw
KPAHTMKNT OP THE INTEIUOR,
URITBD OTATie PATtT OfFICB,
WAiHUOTOjr. Aatf P. lMfl
On tba petition of Stephen 0. Mendenhall. of Hleh
Dion J, Ind , praying for tba eiteaeloa of a pateat
f ranted to blm tbaB h day of HoTembar, 1U2, lor aa
mproTament ta Modaof Throwing Bhoitlea In Looma,
for aeren yeara from tba exptralloa of aald pateat, which
takea place on tba Btb day of Sore m bar ISM,
Itta ordered that Ibo aald petltloB bo heard at tha
Patent Offlcooa MO DAT, tba 231 day of October neal,
at 12 o'clock m and all araona are m titled to appear
mad abow cant, If any they have, why aald petition
ouKbt not to ba granted
Peraooa oppoalag tba axtaaelOB r required to flla la
tha Patent t'fflta tbelr oblectlona, epeoUlly ael forth la
writing at least fiwnf j daya bafore tha day of bearing
all teatlmoay nled by either party, lo ba need at tba
aald hearing, mast ba taken and traaenHted la accord
ance with tbo rule of tha offlce, which will bo far
Klahed ob application.
Depoelttooe aad other piperi, reltad npoa aa teitl.
mony, rauit ba filed In iba otQce fwrnfydaya before- tha
day of hearing tba argotneuU, If any, wllbla Un daya
after flllog lha teathnony
Ordered, alio, that thla notice be pobllihed la Iba
Jtepull iatn and InUlligttictr. Waeblnfrtoa, II C. .and
la tha Palladiuhi, Ulcbwona, Ind , onea a weak for
tbre PBccelT0 weeka; tha flratof laid pnblleatlooa to
ba at leait ilxly dayi pre? loot to tha day of bearing
T. C. THEAKBB,
Commleiloaer of Pataata.
P. B Pdltora of tba ahovo papara will plaaaa copy,
aad eeod their Mile to tha Pateat Office with a, paper
containing thla notice aal4w3w
Uiitbd BTiTia pATiar Orrica,
WiaaiatiTox, Aag 9 IMS
On tbepetltlon of Stephen C Maadenball.uf Richmond,
lad , and Obed Klnrf and lira King, of Salem, Iowa,
praying for tha axlanalun of a pateat granted to then
oi the tub darof November. 1M2. for aa Improvement
la Haod Looma, fur aavaa yaare from tha expiration of
aald patent, waieu taxea piaea on tna itn day t flo
V ember, IS6fl,
It la ordered that tba aald petition ba beard at Iba
Pateat Office oa MONDAY, tha SUd day of October
next, at lx o'clock in ; and all peraoaa ara notified to
appear and abow caaee. If any they have, why aald pa
tUiud on .flit not to ba granted
Pareone oppoalajt the extension ara required to flla la
Iba Tatout Offlc their objection, tapecUlly let forth la
writing at leant tunty daya before tha day of hearing, j
all taut mony Bled by attber party, to bo need at tba
aald hearing, moat bo taken and I ran em It ted ta aeeord
anaa with therutaaof tha ofi.ee, which will ba far
alihed on application.
PapoiHIoaaand other paperi, rahad npoa aa tatl
mony, nail be fllod 1b lha ofllea tiomtp daya before
tha day of bearing, lha argameata, If any, within Un
daya after AUng tha testimony.
Ordered, aUo, that thli notice ba pobllihed la tha
HarraLioix, and lha liUlliqner, Washington, D 0,
aad In tha Hprtagfleld ftillaaium, Htchtnond,Ind , oaee
a we.k for three aaceaialve waeka, tha Brit of aald
publteatloaatoba at laet alxty daya prevlona to lha
day of hearing. T C THBAKBB,
P 8 Bdltiri of tha above papere will pleaaaoopy,
and send their bills lo tha Pateat OS.ee with a paper
latitats rfata aotl an14wXw
D EPAHTMKNTOP TJIElNTERIOUf
Ukitbd Btitk Patbmt Orrioi,
Wabbihotox, tept 10, IBM
On the petition of Warren W, butcher, of Mllfoid,
Maax .an'l fiir.b Dutcher, admloletralrlx of Ihaealala
of Kilbu Uoteher, of Waakeeba, Wliconilo, praying for
lha extension of a patent granted to the aald Warren W
Dutcher and til hi Duteuer, on tba 28th day of Decem
ber, 1(1)3, fur an Imptwvemenl In Tmplea for Looms,
for seven yaare from the expiration of aald patent,
which takea place on tha 28th day of December, lM.
It la ordered that tba aald petition be beard at the
Patent Offlce, on MONDAY, tha loth dayo December
next, at la o'clock, tn ; and all periuos are notified to
appear aad show came, If any ibey have, why laid
petition ooght not to bo granted
Persona i posing the extension ara required to flla la
tba Patent Offlce tbelr objections, specially set frtb Id
writing, at least twtnty dare before the day of bearloa f
all Uetl'tony llld by either parly, to be Bead at the
aald bearing, uul be lakt-n ind transmitted la accord
ance with the rutui or the olllee, which will ba fur
Dished on application
Depositions and other papera reltad upon aa testi
mony, moat ba filed In the ooce fioenfy daya before the
day of bearing , tha argatueals, If aay, within fen days
after tiling the teeilmony
Ordered, alao.tbat this notice ba published In lha Ri
rriLioax and the InitlUfftnctr, Washington, D 0 , aad
lo tha Journal, Bolton, Massachusetts, one a Weak
for three successive waaka) tha first of aald pub
lication tola at least elxlydava previous to tba day
ofhearlag T C TUBAKER,
P B Editors of the above pipers will please copy,
and send their bills to lha I'atant Office with a paper
eootalalax thla aotlee ail0tawiw
H. 11. MILLER.
jdbtici or THI ruci.
OFIICI. 0 Ml NINTH ITHSIT WIIT,
naar raBB.jlr.ala ara.aa,
Wonld respectfully inform bis friends aad lb public
isBTru7 m "i is bow aiieoamg to ail legal Dosiaeia,
each aa adutalitarlag the Amnesty, aa well aa all other
oslhsi Drawing Lewes, Daeds.WlUe, power of Attorney,
Landlord aad Tenant Notices, A , Ac.
Legal advlca given ail Ita braaikts,
Mr Parilcalu amatloi paid u th ecUMlloa af debts
flUllalmi Is JSI. jtfA.lf
ADtTTAXT OBIIBAL'a UrrtCl,
WAraixoTOjr, Bepumbar U, IMS.
ROLES AND REQULATIOVB POB Till PAYMTHT
OF BOUBTISS DHDSB THI ACT TO KaOALlXI
B0DNTII8, APPROVED JOLT SB, IBM.
1, All applUatloai efcall ta filed wlthia tba psrlod of
elx month a, from tha let day of October, lMd, aad ba-'
for aay'paymenta ara Bada,ahall Va alaaalflad by
re glmenta, Vattallone, or other aeparaU orgaatiatloai,
aad o application filed after that poriod shall Va aet
Had ttatlt tba former ehall hava bona paid.
L Mo applIcatloB nba.lt ba entertalaed aalaae fcaoow
paaled by tha origlaal dlahagt af lha aoldter, and tbo
aSdavll Nqalrad by tha Itth aoattaa of tha ael, aad lha
farther at davit thai ha baa aot tetv4d,aor la ha aa
titled to roootve lYoat tha Caltad Buiaa. aader aay lawa
or rvgnlalloaaytlorto thaaotof Jaly 18th, lflM, mora
thaa a)100 Voaaty for aay aad X mtlttary aervlce raa
derad by blm tf uiaf lha lata rebaUloi, over aad above
lha amount Uerela alalmad.
S. AH appllsaitons for tha Udltloaal baaaty, aathor
lied fey thla act, from larvlvlng eoldlera, ah all ba la lha
rural heTalnarur preecrtbad, aad lha avldeaca or Iden
tity ahall ba tha tame aa la aow raqalrad, aad applica
tions fiea. tha bain ofjaaasul aoUUra ahall ba la lha
form aaw ra;alrd by IheTreuary Department.
4 Aaiooaaetheexamlaatloa of lha alalma of aay
regiment, or other ladepaadeat orgaaltatloa, ahall have
been properly acted apoa,lhe Paymaster General ahall
take tha leeeeeary atcpe for tbelr prompt pajmaat.
0 A register ahall ba kept 1b tha Paymaster Oaa
eral'a Office, aad alao la tha affica of lha Baooad Audi
tor, of all claims press b ted ander the law, ta which
tha alalmaaU will ba alaaalflad by ragl meats, Ba If
tha elaimsbaallawad, thaamoaatof boaaty paid to
each will ba aoUd, aad U rejected, tha cause of rejea
tloa will ba dlatlaetly aUtad. ,
6. la tha appllcatloaa for bounty, aa required by tha
Sd of these rulea, lha affidavit ahall etata each aad avery
period of aarvlea rendered by the claimant, aad also
that ha never aerved otherwise thaa as tbsrela stated.
7. Orgaaliatloas Irregularly la lha aarvlea of v lha
Ualted Btateo,or called oat for special purposes aa
State MlltUs, Home Uaarde, Be ,and aot Inclosed la
the general boaaty lawa, are aot laeladed wlthia tha
meaning o' tha ant.
B. Bold lore aaltsted for three years or darlag tba
war, who were discharged by reason of tha termlaa
tlOBOf tha war, ahall ba aoa side red as having lervad
oat Ut period of thefr enlistment, and are entitled to
bounty aader thla act,
9 The mlaorlly of heirs, claimants for bounty aader
this aet, mnsl be preveaU have existed at lha data of
lla passage. Parents ahall raoolvaofnff tha boaaty
to which they may ba entitled aa heirs, anlsss the
father baa abaadoaad tha aopport of his family, la
which ease It ahall ba paid to tha mother. Noareel
dence la tha Ualted btatea shall aot ba a bar to tha
claims of helre, who woald otherwise legally laherlt.
Tha provlatoae of tha act axclada from Its benefits the
folio wlag classes i
1, Thoaa who, after aervlag tha fall period of their
enlistment, were dlehoaorably discharged atlta axpl
3 Those discharged darlag aatlatmeat by way of
favor or paalahmant.
5 Those discharged oa aeconal of disability eon
tracted la tha aarvlea, bat aot occasioned by wounds
received M la tha Una af duty, who ahall aot hava
prevlos''y aarved two or Ibraa yaare raepovtlvely at
tha Hue of discharge
4 Tboaa discharged oa account of disability existing
at tha time of their eaUatmeat
0 Tha hairs of thoea who have died since their die
charge of wonnde or disease aot contracted la tha aer
vlca, aad la tha Ilea of daty.
fl. The surviving aoldiere aad heirs of deaeaaad sol
dlers who, aader pravtoue laws, bava received or ara
entitled u raoelva a boaaty of mora thaa ItuO from tha
7. Tha surviving soldiers, as well as tha heirs of da
ceaead aoldiere, whea each eoldlera hava bemred,aold,
AJelgaed, loaned, Iraasferred, exchanged, or giro away
theli Baal dlseharga papere, or any latere! la the
boaaty provided by. thla or aay other Act of Coagress
5 Tha Act of Iba ESta of Jaly, IBM, create ao right
of Inheritance beyond those vaetsd by tha law under
which tbeea heirs rsctlvsd or wera entitled to receive
tha original bo an ty, and debars certain elaases, brothers
and slaters of helre tbat war entitled to receive the
original boaaty, from aay claim for tha additional
boaaty provided by thla Act
Respectfully referred to tha Attorney Oeneral fur hie
oplaloa oa tha point whether tha Hulee aad Regula
tions aa wlthia amended are la conformity with law.
ED Wilt M. BTANTON,
Beeretary of War.
1 hava examined thas amended Regulations, aad am
of oplaloa they ara la conformity with law.
The foregoing Bales aad Regulations ara published
for tha Informatloa and goldaaca of alt concerned,
by order of lha Secretary of War t
E. D. TOWNSEND,
Assistant Adjataat Oeneral
atmtcATtoR or DiBOABtttD aoLDiaa fob aooitioxal
Btalt o .- County o .. si!
Oa this day of , 1B0-, porsoaally appeared
before ma, a la aad for tha county aad Stat
aforesaid, --, of, la lha county of aad
Btateof --, penoaally known to ma, who being
daly swotn according lo law, declares tbat his age is
yeare j that ha Is a realdeat of , eouaty of ,
Btateof aad that ba la tha Identical who
waa enlisted ana la Company of tha regl
meat of , to eerva fur tha period of , and waa
discharged from th service of th Ualted States, aa a
al , ob the -day of , IB-, by reason
of , and that ha has agala ealiited aaa la
Compaay , of tha reglmeat of , to serve for
the period of, aad that ha was dtsebargsd from the
service of tba Ualted Stales aaa at , oa the
day of , 184-v by reason of , aad lha
there la additional boaaty of B da him aader lha ael
of Congress, approved Jaly iS, 1846 Aad ha done far
ther declare thai ba baa aot bartered, sold, assigned,
transferred, loaned, axehaaged, or glvea away bla final
discharge papers, or aay Interest la th bounty pro
vlded by this or any other aetofCosgrsnt that he has
aot already received or le entitled to receive aay other
or greater boaaty thaa $100, aad that the etatemeat of
service above glvea te a correct aad true statement of
aay and att service rendered by blm darlag th rebel
lion, aad that ha haa never served otherwise thaa as
staled, aad ha dealraa all eomraaalcatteas coaceralng
thla elaJm to be seat to him at , eouaty of
aad Stat of-
Signature of Claimant
Also personally appeared before m -- aad -.
of the county of and Btateof , personally
haowa to ma, who bolag daty sworn according to law,
declare that they bava beea for years acquainted
with , tha above named applicant, who waa a
In Company, of the regiment of, aad
kaow him to ba th Idealical peraoa earned lathe
foregoing declaratloa, aad that they hava ao Interest
whatever la this appllcatloa.
Stgnalurti a tctttuiset
Sworn to and subscribed before tn this day of
I cbbtim tbat , beftr whom the foregoing
declaration and affidavit war mad, la a --.July
anthorlisd to administer oathi, and tbat th above le
bis algesia re,
la witness whereof I have heraoato eat my bead and
official seal, this day of , 16-,
l , Cltrk tf (Aa
DEPARTMENT OF THE 1NTKHI0R,
Paisiox Orrica, Bept 22, 1 B6u
To all ifAofit it may concern:
Appllcatloa having been mad nader the aet of Jane
23d, 18B9, for a reissue of th land warrant! described
herein, which ara alleged to have beea loat or de
stroyed, notice la hereby given that, at lha date follow
ing the description of each warrant, a new csrtl Beats or
warrant of Ilk tin or wlU b lsiaeJ, If no valid objee
tloaaball then appear,
No So, 810, for 160 acres, tuned aader the act of
March Id, IBM, in Iba name of Tamer, widow of Felix
Bcatoa, aad waa granted Aagail 4,1146 December 16,
No, 36,631, for;M acres, tuned under tha aet of Sep
Umber, lfioO, lathe tame of Spencer Wiley, aad was
. W...Wor M "'MMosd aader the act of March
3, ISM, la th nam. 0f Spencer Wiley, aad waa
granted February 1S,18M December S3, 1666
- HA.M(I??'fr 1M Sr.V' Unt B,a" " X"
S, lt5ol the aam of Horace Oregoryi uB WH irsited
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m elvll war triomphattly, It remains to ba decided
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of those who united, without rtrpeot of party, for
tha preservation of tha Oovarniaent shall ba turned
to bitter aihas, and th disunion which Southern
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should be all sent at one time, or tbat they should
receive their papers at the same post office. Pa
peri will be addressed singly to each member of a
We would urge our friends to proceed with tue
work of getting up clubs Immedlatoly, Do not
wait until tha clubs are full, bat forward the names
u fut u they are obtained.
Persons sending ui a club of twenty subscribers
to the Wrrimt, and $30, will b entitled to an
07 Specimen copies sent on apjlieatlon
Address, W. J, MUKTAUH 1 LO ,
Washington, I. C.
SALT riUU'HUU SPRINGS, MONROE
Thli popular Sammer Resort will open for the recep
tion or vlillon ou lb lit of JDLY, and remain open
until Ibe last of OCTOBER
Dr Matter, Profeor of Surgery tn the Jeffersua
Medical College, Philadelphia, frum personal ob.er ra
tion and chemical analyst, placed Ilea hprlngi aa the
moat valuable of remedial agents In all dleeaa of a
ebroale or organic nature
la visiting the Springe persons will have an opportu
nity of seeing Fairfax Station, Manassae Joncllon, War
raatoa. Ball Han, Rapldaa, Oraago Coon House, Oor
donavllle, and many other points ef historic Interest la
Oood Coaches connect with the trains of th Alexan
dria Orange aod Virginia Central Railroads to convey
Visitors to the Bprlags
Great pains have beea takea ta pat th buildings aad
grounds la good order aad repair.
The Hotel will accommodate 40O perioaii besides
there are a number of handsome Cottage Stud op ex
pressly for families
Terms t $3 SO par dayi a liberal dlicoaat to persoas
remalalaff a moath and loagar Children aad servants
half prise. ICCBLeTOtf, BALDWIN CO,
TIIE NATIONAL DUIOV PARTY.
PLATFORM OP PRtlfCIPt.ES.
The National Union Convention now uiembled
In the elty of Philadelphia, composed of delegates
from every State and Territory In the Union, ad
monlshed by the solemn lessons which for the last
fir years It hu pleased th Sapram Ruler of tha
universe to give to th American people, pro
foundly grateful for th return f puce, desirous
u are a large majority of their countrymen In all
sincerity to forget and to forgive th put, revering
the Constitution As It eame to us from our ances
tors, regarding the Union In Its restoration u more
sacred than ever, looking with dewp anxiety Into
the future u of Instant and continuing trial,
hereby iiioes and proclaim! the following declara
tion or principles and) purposes on Vhldh they have
with perfect unanimity agreed t
1. We hail with gratitude to Almtrhtv Ood the
end of war and the return of peuwEo our afflicted
and beloved land.
3 The war lost closed bu aVrr-fauned tna au
thority of th Constitution, rUrHR the powers
wnien It confer", ana tui tne restrictions which It
Imposes upon the General Government unabridged
and unaltered, and It has preserved the Union with
the equal rights, dignity nod authority of the States
perfect sod unimpaired.
3 Representation tn the Congress of th United
States and In th Electoral College Is a right reoog
nlsed by th Constitution u abiding In every State
and u a duty Imposed upon Its people, fundamen
tal In Its nature, and essential to the existence of
our republican Institutions, end neither Congress
nor the General Government bu any authority or
Kower to deny this right to any State or to with
old enjoyment under the Constitution from th
i. We call upon tha people of the United States
to elect to Congress as members thereof none but
men who admit this fundamental right of repre
sentation, and who will receive to seats therein
loyal representatives from every Stat In allegiance
to the United States, i abject to the constitutional
right of each II out to judge of tba election returns
and qualifications of Ita own members.
6. The Constitution of the United States and the
lawa mad Jn pursuance thereof ara t "The supreme
law of the land, anything In the constitution or
laws of aoy State to th contrary notwithstand
ing." All th powers not conferred by th Consti
tution upon th Oeneral Government, nor pro
hibited by It to th State, are reserved to the
States or to the people thereof, and among tha
rlghta thus reserved to the States Is the right to
prescribe qualifications for the elective franchise
tncretn, witn wnioo rigoi wongreia cannot inter
fere No State or combination of States bu th
right to withdraw from tba Union, or to exclude,
through their action in Congrass or otherwise, any
other State or States from the Union, Tb union
of these States Is perpetual, and Its governmept ta
of supreme authority within the restrictions and
limitations of the Constitution.
8. Suoh amendment to the Constitution of the
United States may be made by the people therof u
they may deem expedient, but only In the mode
pointed out by its provisions) and In proposing
uoh amendments, whether by Congress or by a
convention, and In ratifying the same, all the
States of the Union have an equal aod an Indefeas
ible right to a voice and vote thereon.
7. Slavery Is abolished and forever prohibited,
and there la neither desire) nor purpose ou th part
of the southern States that it should ever be re
established upon the soil or within th Jurisdiction
of the United Slates, and the enfranchised slaves In
all tha States of th Union should receive, In com
mon with all tbelr iubabltuts, equal protection In
every right of person and property.
8. While we regard u utterly invalid and never
to be assumed or made of binding force any obli
gation Incurred or undertaken in making war
against the United States, we bold the debt of the
nation to b-aord and Inviolable, and we proclaim
our purpose to maintain unimpeacbed the honor
ana tne lattn oi tna itepuDiic
9 It Is th daty of the National Government to
recognise the services of the Federal soldiers and
sailors In th contest Just closed by meeting
promptly and fully all their Just and rightful
claims for tba services they have rendered the
natloo, and by extending to those of them who
have fallen the mot generous and considerate care.
10 In Andrew JouMSoir, President of the United
States, who in his great office hu proved staadfait
in his devotion to the Constitution, the laws and
Interests of his country, unmoved by persecution
and unswsrved by reproach, having faith unusnll
able in the people aod in the precepts of the Gov
ernment, we .recognise a Chief Magistral worthy
of tba nation and equal to th great crisis upon
which bis lot Is cut, and wa tender to him In the
discharge of his high and responsible duties our
profound respect and usureno of our cordial and
NATIONAL IMON COMX1TTFK.
John T. Crowell, of New Jersey, Chairman.
Maine James Mann and A. A. Gould
New Hampshire Edmund Burke aod E. S. Cut
ter. Vermont B. B. Sm alley and Colo ml II. N.
Musacbusetti Jostah Dunham and R. S Spof
Rhode Island Alfred Anthony and James It.
Connecticut James T. Babcook and E. C.
New York Robert II. Pruyn and Samuel 6.
New Jersey Joseph T. Crowell and Theodora
Pennsylvania J. M. Zuilok and J. S. Black.
Delaware J. S Comegys and Edward S Martin.
Maryland Governor bwanu and T. G Pratt
Virginia James F. Johnson and Dr E. C. Rob
West Virginia Daniel Lamb and John J. Jack
North Carolina Thorn u S Ashe aod Joseph II
South Carolina Jamas L Orr and B F. Perry
Georgia J. II. Christy and Thomas S Ilarde
Florida William Marvin and Wilkinson Call.
Mississippi W. L. Sharkey and George L.
Alabama W. II Crenshaw and C C Huckabee
Louisiana Randall Hunt and Alfrr I Jljumg
Arkansas Lorenso Gibson and A II. English.
Texas B II Epperson and John Hancock
S Tennessee D T, Patterson and William B Camp
II Kentucky R II. Stanton end Hamilton Pop.
Ohio L. B. Campbell and George U Smyth
Indiana D S. Gooding and Thomas Dowllng
Illinois John A. MoClernand and Jesse 0, Nor
ton Michigan Alfrel Ruseell and Byson G, Stout.
Missouri Hon. Barton Abell and James S. Rol
lins. Mlnneiota Hon II. M Rice and D F.Norton.
Wisconsin J. A, Noonan and S A Peace
lows George A Parker and Wm A Chase.
Kansu Jamas A. McDowell and W. A. Tipton.
California Hon. Samuel Purdy and Joseph P.
Nevada John Carmlcbael and lion U. II lull,
Oregon James W. Nfmlth d B W, Bonham.
District of Columbia Josiah D. Hoover and J,
DakotaN K. Armstrong and N W. Winer.
Idaho William H Wallace and II. Cummins
Nebraska Gen. II, H. Heath and Hon. J, a
BRSIDRNTKXBCOTirS COUMITTSR AT WABHIMQTOR.
Charles Koapp, of New Jersey, Chairman.
Hon Montgomery Blair, Maryland.
Hon. Charles Mason, Iowa,
Ward II. Lamon. John F Coyle, A. E. Perry.
Samuel Fowler, Col James R u'Belrne, Cornelius
.Yenaell, Ulilrlct or Columbia.
WAT 10 HAL UN1UR RXRCUTIVR COHUITTRR.
Joseph T. Crowell, lUhway, N. J , Chairman,
Col. Ju F. Babcook, New Haven, Conn
Hon Robert U Pruyo, Albaoy, N. Y.
Gen. Samuel M. Zuilok, Philadelphia, Pa.
Hon. Thos. G. Pratt, Baltimore, Mi.
Hon. Jesse 0. Norton, Chlosgo, HI.
Barton Able, St. Louis, Mo
Hon. Wm. L, Sharkey, Jack ion, Miss,
LOOM lU, axsiotvT dsxtist, 838
Peaasylvaala aveaae. aear eoraer of
Ninth street, etaada te all braaibeo pertalalaf I the
profession. MalioimaUoa of th meaia Mrremd, aid
vi ry vrtaty of artHHal mU phis, M'-7
The Vne of Time and Unci en !
Time was .riven man to tue. nnd not wnj.tr
It It for National ubc and not foolish abnse.
And at times it Appears to the reflecting
lnlnd that wo are mistaken In our endeavors
to crowd into halt an bour what should fill
half a day. We do not refer to our habits
or hurried eating, so frenucntly the subject
of criticB and lecture, but to the trenernl
hurry and haste that :haracterize every
movement of onr people. In traveling we
give preference to the fastest lines, this being
the grand recommendation of one competing
line over another. The annihilation of space
anu urao a moaern doosi. as inouga mo
foat was really meritorious.
It Is to bo questioned whether this idea Is
a correct one. Human life is more valuable
than a few hours or dajs, )et we risk life
and limb in patronizing those conveyances
which run the longest possible distances In
the shortest possible time. The employees
of railroad and steamboat companies have
received the title of "baggage smashers," for
no reason except mat me rules or trie com
panics and the exacting demands of the nub
lie will not allow them to handle baggage as
Tom Hood advised the management of the
Doay oi me aesp&inng buicuic:
'Teke her up tenderly,
Handle with care "
It Is a public demand that every thing
shall be done In the shortest possible time,
dui u is a woBieiui nnu ouen suiciuai de
mand. We do not "live out half our davs."
If we exist the allotted space of man's life
we do not live. We nro driven by this spirit
of hurry as relentlessly as the poor souls in
Dante's Inferno by the tormenting devils of
But lavinir aside all considerations affect
incr the treneral welfare of the race, the ele
ment of hurry not judicious employment of
time in me u mining or engineering works
and machinery, is really injurious, Men ant,
concerns are intrusted uitfi the building and
completion of a work of magnitude, which is
to remain for the use of future generations
and as a monument of our skill and work
inanshlp and, instead of priding themselves
on a job well done, they boast, rather, of one
We nave bridges that break down, ships
that founder, engines that fail, boilers that
explode not to speak of theories that will
not stand the test of practical use simply
because we conceive time to be of more
value than unythhig else. It is all wrong.
The engineer had better take tnelve months
to test and perfect his plans, and then plenty
of time to build his structure, thaa to make
It an experiment, the ofTepnng of crude
ideas. 'I he mechanic would do better to
study the parts of bis machine, and at last
cmoouy mem in a pcricci anu practical
whole, than to be satisfied with a hurried
completion of a work tbat may ruin his rep
utation. If "large bodies mote slowly," works of
ue ana for endurance saouia be careiuiiy
and slowlv constructed. A crude Idea mav
be worthless, and it may contain the cerm
of a valuable improvement, but neither of
these facts can often be ascertained without
patient Investigations and repeated experi
ments. Hurry Is the enrse of our mechan
ics. It prevents them often from success
luliy competing with me studious ucrman,
the patient Swiss, the persistent Frenchman.
and the obstinate Englishman. Wo jump
at conclusions, ana must mat even n "no me
was not built in a day," we can erect a greater
than Rome in an hour.
We need to use care, patience, time, if
we ever intend to succeed as mechanicians.
Time employed in the elccidatlonof an idea,
the demonstration of a theory, the test of an
iinprovcment.or the reliability of an invention
is never wasted The fruit may be long ri
pening, but, when ready to pluck, it wiUnot
TnF. Robbkry or tub Adam I'xi'rf.ss Com
pany in Indiana. The following particulars
are given of the recent robbery of tbo Adams
Express Company's car near Sejmour, In
diana: "It appears that as the eastward bound
train on the Ohio and Mississippi road was
leawng Seymour, a couple of men got on
the front platform of the car of the Adams
Express Company, occupied by one person,
Mr. E. B. Miller, the messenger. In the
curs of this company there are no doors on
the end, the only place of entrance being at
tbo side doors, if ut to provide for passing
to and from the engine to the train there is
what Is culled a running board, reaching
along the outside of the car, level with the
floor, from the platform to the side door. A
rod overhead for the hands serves to keep
the person passing from falling off. By
means of this running board the thicM'fl
passed from tho platform to the door of the
car and entered it. while the messenger was
sitting with his back tonard them, utterly
unconscious or danger,
The men were di Bruised with masks and
armed with revolvers, which tbey presented
and demanded from the messenger the keys
of the safes, four in number. The messenger
gavo them tho kej of his 'local' safe that is,
the safe containing matter gatbeied ut local
stations on tbo road but could not gic
them the keys or the others, us tney were
through safes, and the kes only kept ut tho
term nu. While one stood guard, the other
gathered up the loose packages in the safe,
also tnree canvass nags mauo up at ut
cennes, New Albany, and Nashville, destined
for Cincinnati, The robbers then placed tho
messenger in such a pusitiuu that be could
no Bee their operations, and threw one of tho
mrougii Buie iruiu mu cur uuur, uuu jiuucu
the bell rone, giving tho engineer the signal
to stop. As soon as tho whistle blew for the
brakes tho robbers made their escape in the
same manner as they made their entrance.
When tho speed of the truin slackened suffi
ciently they jumped from tho train"
The men wero seen to jump off by tho fire
man, and tho engineer, supposing they wtro
passengers who had been curried by hey
mour, ugain put on steam until slgnuled by
the messenger. A routo ugent oi mo coin
nanv who was In the train proceeded to Hei-
mour, and with a force of men went to the
locality where the safe had been thrown ofl.
ltwasiounam tne woo us near ny. wnere
the rorues had left it for the purpose of se
curing help to remove it.
A I'hfskvtim.v'.t Fiuuiicd It is said
that Capt. Knapp, of the lost steamer Even
ing Star, had not been inactive service for
two years, until very lately, in conBeauence
of a perpetual dread that his wifo bad that
some accident would haoDen to him at seu.
This superstition or foreboding grew so
strong ana toon sucn a noiu on tue luuy s
mind tbat her earnest entreaties at lust
gained Capt. Knapp's consent to give up a
sailor'sahfe about three ears ago. For two
years he led a retired life, but the necessity
of providing for his family obliged him to
return to bu old profession,
The Fool sind Hf Mhsvdow.
This Is the subject of a picture which may
be seen among the choice collection at
Messrs. Ilendnckson, Doll & Uicnards, No.
14 Summer street.
The picture Is one which well deserves the
attention of all thoughtful observers of art
progress. As the eye first takes in the stoop
ing ugure, one is Biariiea wun toe weira
eagerness and stealth iness with which the
Fool regards his shadow on the wall, while he
cautiously orings his lithe and cat-like person
into position to hurl at this haunting and
tormenting apparition a stone, with which be
hopes to drive it awav.
rhcre is an absence of any redundancy of
accessories, and a simplicity and massivc
ncss of treatment well In keeping with the
Intensity of sentiment which forms the fasci
nation of the picture. There, ia a bitter con
centration or insane wrath and vengeml cun
ning In tho face and attitude, almost appal
Ing. Surely, the mind that has .riven utter
ance to this strange and impressive inspira
tion win not lau in rendering inemes more
profound, and upon a higher plane- with suc
cess. We are told tbat this is the first produc
tion which the artist, Marshall Oliver; jr.,
has submitted to public scrutiny. In the
atelier ofCoutoure, one ofthomoBt approved
roasters of tho French school, Mr. Oliver has
become laminar with a method which rather
discards glazings and labor saving processes
for attaining effect, and has learned to deal
tn good honest body color, applied with a lib
eral hand, a method which requires a thor
ough knowledge of the power or color, firm
ness of manipulation, and the highest artistic
qualities a method of treatment that se
cures the most permanent and unfading
work: and we hone to sec It more treneral I v
adopted in tho American school.
This picture, in its passion, recalls to us
the impersonations of Rachel, ap.d one can
not help feeling that it required a power
kindred to her own, to make mute canvas
give out tbo subtle influence which comes
over us as we gaze at the Fool and his
bhadow. Jioston Transcript.
Gets. Grunt's Vlewa of Restoration- Cone la-
alone of Ueu. Grant'e Report to the Presi
dent Alters. Tour of Inspection n the
The following are the conclusions como to
I am satisfied that the masses of thinking
men of the South accept the present situa
tion of affairs in good faith. The questions
which have heretofore divided the sentiments
of the people of the two sections slavery
ana mate rignis, or me ngni oi a oiaie to
secede from the Union they regard as hav
ing been settled forctcr by the highest tribu
nal arms that man can resort to. I was
pleased to learn from the leading men whom
I met that they not only accepted the deci
sion arrived at as final, but tbat now the
smoke of battle has cleared away, and time
has been given for reflection, that this deci
sion nas been a rortunato one roj me woole
country, they receiving the like benefits from
It with those who opposed them in the field
and it the Cabinet.
My observations led me to the conclusion
that tho citizens of the Southern States are
anxious to return to self-government within
the union as soon as possible; that while re
constructing they want and require protec
tion from the Government : that they arc in
earnest in wishing to do what tbey think Is
required by the Government not humiliating
to them as citizens, and that if such a course
was pointed out they would pursue it in good
faith. It is to be regretted that there cannot
be a greater commingling at this time be
tween the citizens of tho two sections, and
particularly thoso entrusted with the law
making power. U. S. Grant,
Pricks or Commissions in tub Bri.ibii
Ahm. Tito official English Army List pa
rades the prices for which commissions in
the British army may be obtained. A lieutenant-colonelcy
in the Life Guards or Blues
costs XT, '2 5D, a majority in the same corps,
l"),;t.V), a captaincy, or troop, 3,500; a lieu
tenancy, 1,785; a cornetcy, 1,200. In the
line the prices are lower. In an ordinary
cavalry or Infantry corps, a lieutenant-colonelcy
costs 4,500; a major.ty, 3,200, cap
taint y, 1,800, lieutenancy, 700, and cor
netcy or ensigncy, 400. The commissions
in the Foot Guards arc higher than In the
line, but they carry with them extra rank.
Thus, an ensign in these favored corps has
the rank of lieutenant in the army, and has
to pay 1,200 for his commission, the Ueu
tenancy, with the rank of captain, costs
2,050, the captaincy, with rank of lieuten
ant colonel, 4,800. In the cavalry the com
mand of a regiment is never obtained for less
than 8,500 or 0,000, and a captaincy In
the 8.11110 arm of the service Is never sold for
less than 5,000. The Karl of Cardigan's
promotion, from first to last, Is said to bae
cost bim 20,000.
Cavapa and tub 1'kma.ns The fate of
the unfortunate Fenians who fell into the
hands of tho Canadians itt tho time of the
late raid will soon be determined. he grand
jury nt Toronto are now engaged in finding
imiicuncma ngaiiwi litem, nnu u is under
stood that they will be immediately put upon
trial, i ue charge oi ine cuui iiutito to tne
grand jury deserves notice. lie gave the
Feniuns credit for their devotion to Irish
liberty, but denounced the United States
Gournment "for allowing such a revolu
tionary body to exist and attain such gigan
tic proportions under its protecting u-gis"
This in luthcr ungrateful, seung that our
Government incurred much trouble and ex.
Eense in order to save the Canadians from
eing overrun by the Feniana, or vice tenia.
I.LMHKK tI ItNTV If CllII'AOO. TIlC CllltagO
(III ) Journal of Thursday na)s:
' tlueiijro river U crowded with vessels to.
lay as it nocr has been at out) time before ,
mostly lumber c8nels scores of whirh
hae urried with heavy cargoes sinco yes
terday morning, tne rnerisso 'jammed i
up' in some parti that it is Impossible) for I
tugs or grain vessels above to get through
into the lake. There, aro now over 25,000 000
feet of lumber afloat in our river, of which
u.CM.uiHi leet arrn eel since j esterday morn
ing. Lumber cssels aro still coming in
hourly. Hie prospect is that there will be
a material decline in the price of lumber us
soon aa the cargoes now in port come into
LimiTvim) Fwi-Bta Professor Tomlin-
son, of King's College, points out, in a letter
to me nines, mat tne apparent impressions
of trees in miniature, so often observed upon
tho bodies of persons killed by lightning
while standing under trees, are in reality pro
duced by all electrical discharges whether of
lightning or from a Leydeli jar, and thai
tbey have bo lonoectlon with Iteei,
A onf anion or Tonga e
A correspondent of the London Timet, ad
vocating tho necessity of Improving on the
English mode of pronouncing Latin, gives
curious Illustrations of the difficulties encoun
tered by the present system when English
learned men are In the company of learned
foreigners. " In Greece." he says, "I was In
a society of ten educated persons, members
of nine different nations German, French,
Italian, Greek, (modern,) and English, were
the languages in constant use all the eve
ning, but this produced confusion j and at
last Latin, of which all knew more or less,
was attempted as a common medium, but
proved a complete failure, from the different
ways of pronouncing it ; and 1 must say that
ours is the most extraordinary quite differ
ent to all tho others, and utterly unintelli
gible. A Russian officer in the Greek ser
vice, who bad formerly been in his own navy,
was very anxious to get some Information
upon nautical matters from ray English
friend, who had been In our navy. The diffi.
culty was to hold intercourse. The Russian
spoke nothing but his own language and
modern Greek. My friend spoke nothing but
English, with a little smattering of Italian.
Latin was tried, but proved to be quite out
of the question. The Russian then put hla
questions In Greek to his Greek neighbor,
who passed them on in his own language to
me , I then translated them Into English, and
passed them on to my friend. The answers
went back to the Russian in the same way
through the different neighbors. What sort
of information ho got at the end upon nauti
cal matters, which none of us understood ex
ccpt my friend and himself, I don't pretend
to say j but the story will, I trust, illustrate
the necessity of a common medium of com
munication, which Latin, with a uniform, or
nearly uniform, pronunciation might be, be
tween eaqcateu persons or ditierent nations. '
JournnlfMiN' Iiucln In Franc?.
A Fans correspondent writes that another
duel has taken place in the wood of Vin
cennes, between two Parisian journalists
M. Dtrplessisand M.de Fonvielle and adds:
The seconds of the latter gentlemen wero
the Viscount de Poll and M. Clement Du
veruols, and for M. Duplessis M. Armand
Gourzien and Viscount de Sars. They
fought with sword, and u number of passes
having been exchanged without any resnlt,
the seconds interfered and insisted on tho
champions shaking bands. I have never
heard that any particular kmd of sword la
manufactured for journalists to fight with,
but there is a current story that special In
nocuous bullets are made for their use.
Duels are more frequent between Journalists
than any other clossof French society. In
deed, but for tho susceptibility of public
writers, dueling would bo as almost obsolete
in v ruuee as it is in England, in the army
it Is scarcely ever heard of, although even
private soldiers may obtain leave to fight.
Without any special reference to the affair
of to-day, or which I know nothing, I seri
ously cannot help suspecting that a great
many journalists duels are advertisements
lor tne parties engaged.
Tint question of the proposed excursion of
the New York Seventh Regiment to runs,
Is the great subject of discussion In that or
ganization ana among its friends, and a
board of officers has the matter under advise
ment. The cost in round figures is estima
ted at 8300.000. There are. however, other
than pecuniary matters which may prevent
the trip unless settled. 1 he members of tho
regiment will not be Inclined to go unless
they can muster bIk hundred men ; tbey have
also a desire to go as representative Ameri
can soldiers, Indorsed as such by the National
Government, and not as volunteers; and
further, there is the matter of their status on
their return provided they visit Fans many
of them being merchants, bankers,' or law
yers,' clerks, and unwilling to allow any
"junketing" to interfere with tho tenures of
their rcspectivo occupations. This last con
sideration may interfere to present tho pro
posal going any further.
Now and Thfy. The Eurl rtf TIad.f
husband of Amy Rosbart find Cir.io r
Queen Elizabeth, as0nished the England of
his time by speeding G0,tnm on the custlo
and grounds or Kcnilworth This sum Is
equivalent to .100,000 at the present time.
or fei,.Mju..auii mo amount which an Araer
lean dry-goods merchant. A. T. Stewart, ia
now spending on his marble house on Fifth
avenue, -New xork.
A Vft-tlfD Plim VDl Uuill 1'llA aiaaannaa
.u.,a.. u.au. aann unit l UU PtCBIUCT
Holvpttu ATFlVAll At ttiA AtO Vn.lf in..nn
---- ....... .. a..u ..bar . wt n .JUUaUU-
line on WcJnesday, from Liverpool and
vfitiiiioiunup nun kni'Miy lust', ut iliuiuri. Ull
board, fourteeu death fiawupr occurred on
the vovacre. four of wkich were produced hv
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